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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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: Return Postal Gum arteed. Sec 345.3, PM-Sub. $4 Per Year CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 15
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.4 1 "Shady Shores Waterway" Wins Raw Sugar Price I

Still Going UpO. Bids Are Opened


; Chamber of Commerce Contest P. McArthur, executive
director of the State Office of
Agricultural Stabilisation and
Lloyd Kelly, Chamber of Commerce felt the winning name was i an Conservation Service, U.S. Department -
chairman for the name-the- apt .election becauce It describe of Agriculture announces On Sewer PlantThe
waterway contest, announced the unique charm of this three that the average priceof
Tuesday that the winning name is mile stretch of waterway which i is raw sugar for March 1963,
"Shady Chores: Waterway," submitted lined on both bank by trees. Much was 7.04 plus cent per pound.
by Mrs. Priscilla Nobles of of the charm of the portion 110 It I* believed locally that City of Clewlston opened I The entire system Is designed to
Ehrllch's Trailer Park. The name named Is because it is approach this U the highest price since bids on the proposed sewage collection care for the needs of a city of
was the unanimous choice of the by an open waterway, uot protected the early 1920's. system at the Monday eve- 10,000 population. The plant, when

committee from the 101 submitted by trees. ,'- The high price will be reflected nlng meeting of the commission.Of built, win care for that number,
The committee met Monday In the payment to sugar the six bids received Smith, and the collection system Is so designed
morning to make their selection grower In Florida and Sweger Construction Company, that only extension of lines
after receiving the list of names SCHOOL HEALTHIS other area*. So far, there has Inc. of Clearwater, submitted the and a few lift station, will be required -
Thursday Other names survivingthe been little change In the retail low bid of $202,148.20. to extend its service to
first balloting, but edged out price to the consumer Other bidders and the amount of other areas of the city, not Included -
by the winner in the run-off were PTA TOPICThe their bids were: Cleary Brothers In the first construction.
Sugarland Waterway, Sunshine Construction Co., West Palm Beach The business section and the
S9 DEBBIE KEMP. llth trade representative oa the ClewUton Waterway ond Hoover Waterway.Mr Cancer Society $205,997; Roemer Construction schools, hospital and swimmingpool
ete 1 Board, Is Interviewed by Tony Glenn on the Let'i Dance pro- Kelly said the committee Parent Teacher Association' Awards GrantA Co., Belle Glade $232,10120; R. Vlll be served In the first por-
n channel 5 TV, Saturday. About JS youths of Clewiitoa made win have a program on Schoo H. Wright, Inc., West Palm'Beach, tion of the work.
trip by bus to the TV ititlon to take part In the prorram. The Health, presented by members of 15.120 grant has been awardedto $232,38200; BirdsaU Construction Architect Chosen

*. attend an exhibition baseball fame between the Braves and Van- Miss EvergladesTo the staff of the Hendry Count;, the University of Florida's College Co., Palm Beach, $254.78360, and On recommendation of the advisory -
a prior to the proiram.-NEW8 STAFF PHOTO. Health Department, next Tuesda; of Agriculture by the American Welrsman Excavating Co., Bradenton committee on the Golf
evening at 8 o'clock in the Elementary Cancer Society to find out 260,998,85.. The estimate of the Cootie building the commissioners -
Be ChosenAt School lunch room. what happens to chemical weed engineers was $226,585. authorized executing an agreement -
oncerts in park Program chairman, Dr. L. G. controls sprayed on crop plants.Dr. Fred Greene, representative of w8b the firm of Peacock and
; Vaughan, announce that the program Merrill Wilcox and Dr. E .G. Gee and Jenson, consulting engl Lewis, architects Palm Beach, for
FestivalOne has been -arranged by Mr.. Rogers, both agronomist with the neers on the project, was present preparation of plans.
Spring Betty McPhall, public health nurse< Agriculture Experiment Stations as were representatives of the bidding Leroy Hare, Bob Berner and

tart at 2 on easter who work with the school progran and the College of Agriculture, will firms The commission request Earl( Morrison of the citizens' committee
; of the many features of the with Mr. Mabel Maglll, princlpa conduct the research at Gainesville the engineers to tabulate the discussed the selection of '
Spring Harvest Festival to be heldin of the elementary school and Ernie Wilcox say. grain and legume bids and report, with recommendation architects with the commissioner i;
The Sugraland Band of Clewlsto; Easter Soloist Pahokee April 25-28 will be the Redish of the high school faculty, plants will be grown in the to the next city commission and the method of handling the \
.gb School will Inaugurate I It. selection of Miss Everglades and coordinating. Mr.. Elizabeth Nellls, laboratory and then treated with meeting, scheduled for April 22. moneys contributed for the build- ,I
:rice of Sunday afternoon Con Miss Everglades Junior. Sponsored Avon Park, who is the mental herbicides The study will th .ln- The commissioners plan to start ing.
rti In the Park on Easter, when by the Pahokee Jaycees the Spring health worker for the Glades, Hen volve finding out what happens to work on the sewage; collection system A proposed layout of planting! of I
3 plays for the first time In i an: Harvest Festival will Include four dry and Highlands Public Health the herbicide once it has been Introduced a* soon as the formalities of tree and shrubs in the parkwayof
jldoor concert, in Civic Center days of fun and excitement, part of Departments) will be a speck Into the plant. awarding contracts, etc., can be Central Avenue was presented
'ask' 3 c which will be the beauty contestto luest. Wilcox explains that this will completed. The contractor will by Commissioner Tom Jones and
!Highlight of the first concert wl? choose Miss Everglades and her The business of the evening wU lead to finding out what effect the have approximately 200 days to referred to the Garden Club bythe
e an overture by one of America s junior counterpart.The be election of officer for 1963-", herbicides have on plants and will complete the work. The city will commlsslloners.:
>remost composers for band, Kai Miss Everglades Beauty tollowlng report of the nomlnatlni ensure that herbicide sated also advertise for bids and let
King Dr. King has been dire: Contest is open to an girls! from committee. plants do not affect animals. contracts for the construction of

">f of the Fort Dodge, Iowa, muiclpil age 16 through 29. The entry fee The Agricultural Experiment Stations the disposal plant at a later date. Rep. Rogers Urges
band for over 40 years and is, $10 and prizes will be Qvarded. Sales Tax JumpsIn scientists also point out that The plant require only a compara .
as earned a long list of award Ages for Miss Everglades Junior the research will be a step toward tive short time for construction,
ni honors for his composition win be four through seven Entry Hendry County finding out how to improve herbicide hence the collection system will be Student r
ad his contributions to the ban fee in this contest Is WOO and and make them more effec- started first.Race College

old His music Is played by ever;, prizes will be awarded. Sale tax collections in Hendn tive.Official
and In the nation. Bandmaster Both contests are strictly] beauty County Increased a whopping U title of the research study Track Tax Deduction
colt has selected Kart L. King contest with no consideration given per cent in March 1963, over the 1. the "Unsaturated Gamma-Lec- Tax
Princess of India Overture"' for for talent Entry blank may be previous year, according to repot tones In Crop Plants" Wilcox .ay. Payment BoostedState i..
erformance In Sunday's concert obtained at the Pahokee Chamberof from Ray E. Green, state comp most of the research In this area Congressman Paul Rogers
During the series of six concert Commerce, Keen Real Estate troller. The March report reflect has been done by British scientist. Comptroller Ray E. Introduced legislation to allow college to
me of the talented students wU office at Canal Point or Wallis retail purchases for the month of Green said recently each of forIda' students or their parents
ave the opportunity to appear '81 Pharmacy Belle Glade. February 4H 67 counties will receive deduct up to $800 per year in higher -
,Further details may be obtained $41,000 more from the racetrack education expenses. I
Joists Kenneth Young, euphonim Collections reported In March, said
soloist will be featured 10 by calling the contest chairman, (20,97644 against $16,- Antoinette Fichtner, Jax.; Mary tax fund. In a House speech, Rogers
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot,1fohn KENNETH YOUNG Bill Aspey, phone 696-2858 or Jim 90152 1953 were in March, 1962. The stab Frances Rigney, Miami; Vernon The checks for April have that the rising costs of capable higher students education -- I,
Morrissey) In the open, marches Graham, exposition chairman, fractional gain durIng -, Swartsel, Mt. Dora and Sam Baker -' been put In the maU and the prevent many
Sousa' most famous entitled made only from continuing their studies.
phone 9242131. New Port Rlchey, will attend payment Is $1,000 more than
cert. 916,444,508.7n
from "
"Sousa on Parade. this month, "During the past decade, he said,
Also of interest should f in the 4-H National Conference In for April of last year.
special to 116.697,639
1962
will her March I
. of beloved The, program Schools Long Washington, D.C., April 20-28, a. Lash. ......l?...... .roeotvtd. ""hjghereducation: ; tuition fees have
irrangemeat song I --Sotus en Parade tJohn Phillip March t.6)Slight risen some 86 per cent, putting
reported state delegate. All are college students a total of $159,000 to date for
on "South Pacclflo'by Rich L. were b7;
Sousa; PizM Party, (Harold Week-End gains such opportunities far beyond the
Easter Sam at Auburn current fiscal which Is
University, the year
ni Rodgers and a selection of Walters); Princess of India (KarlL Palm Beach! and Okeechcobe< I reach of many unable to meet
and the others at Florida State and Increase of ",500 for the
King); Swing Low, Sweet Chariot Hendir County school will counties, substantial.gain by Lend I an these expenses." The Rogers bill
the University of last
close after clause dlmlsa' today counties and losses by;; Florida. same period year
(John Morriss.') Kenneth Collier would Include deductions for the
Sheriff Reports Young, euphonium soloist; Pre- and will not reopen until blades; DeSoto and Highland!. ---- COlt of ordinary living expenses a.

lude and Caprice (Frank Cofleld); Tuesday morning, according to eountie. veil as the cost of book and tui
Mighty Mite (Ted Mesang); South- the school calendar adopted by Gasoline sales did not keep pac< GAME COMMISSION SUPPORTSFISH tion.

March Arrests ern Special (Reid Poole); Crlmond the County Board of Fublle Instruction. with retail .ale. In Hendry County The Florida congressman r
(< Brazil <( The Hendry County Sheriffs De.irtment chic (Richard Rodgers). Monday are school holidays show a small drop from 132,528.34 to Increas tot&t: 30 per cent

reports that, Includln), In reacts of March 1962, to $31172 ,- Florida's fishermen can look video that the one dollar Increase by 1965 and 66 per cent by 1)70.
see cases made by the Florid .33 in March, 1963. forward to more fish and better' on fishing licenses beset "The Impact of theve ftrareeca. *
ighway Patrol and Florida Wild i Council for Statewide gasoline tax collections be readily seen In Florida -
k Officers Advisory NursingIs fishing under the proposed Fresh aside for fishing Improvement
there were 217 art from $11,089.448 "
increased
; Water Fishing Improvement Bill *, according to Aldrich. he added, "where we are
'sts t In Hendry County during tin; in March 1962, to $11,999,24804 ii the Game and Fresh Water Fish Other provisions in the bill Include building new facllltle and enlarging II..
nth of March, 1963. with an ad- March( 1963.They Commission a framework for establishment '- present one to keep
Tonal 14 Formed in Hendry CountyThe says.
out-of-county warrant The bill, which would Increasethe of fish management areas pace with our expanding Industrial -
wed, for a total of 231. of May Invent cost of fishing license one dol- through a cooperative agreement and social need."
The the request
work only on
department delivered 15! Nursing are to
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Hendry County Public lar i. sponsored by the Florida between the Game and Fresh Wa- Roger then stressed that waihould
usages where service had been the doctors. The fee for this special The Runnin' Board"They
public has
Council on
Advisory dollars Wildlife Federation and other active ter Fish Commission and the not concentrate solely
''Ie JiIed<1 and turned over 7,038.38 f to granted a charter to operate as a service will be two may Invent the running sportsmen' groups, and will Board of County Commissioner in technical; education, but provide

' County Fine and Forfeltunul non-profit organization. ThIs coun- per visit. board an ever again" be Introduced during the 1983 legislative which such fish management area he facilities necessary to produceellrounded
ell is to advise the Public Health The Advisory Council has the says trade Dan of Devil's session, said A. D. Aldrich, are located. All fishermen.except citizens. "Our national -
Arrests were as follows: om Department as to the needs of the support of medical doctors, officers Garden commenting on the director Game and Fresh Water residents more than 65 year of survival may well depend
ach for failure to yield rlght-of- communities of the county, said and societies within the coun- 1914 ear that are coning: eat Fish Commission. age, and children under 15, wouldbe on this nation's ability to train its
"J.; trespass after warning; ixt James F. Klmbrel, president oi ty. The nurses work under the direction this fall. In explaining the provision required to have a license to most precious natural resources-

; lending driver1 license to anther the new council.A of Dr. William Hill, county: He BM has some comment of the bW, Aldrich itated. "we fish on such areas.According iraln power."
, ; displaying another' drtver'. bedside, home nursing pro health officer. Duties are to be apropos to the situation where have proven that with modem to Aldrich, passage of In closing, Rogers said that hisb1l1
''lid cease, driving on wrong aide of gram is being Instituted within, performed as they are outlined by he say a New York outfit receded flsh Bbanagemeat technique the bill would be the first changein providing tax deduction for
; improper tag; allowing ai Hendry County The aurae on the the physician. aa advance payment ef we can Improve the fisher fishing license requirements in education expenses would accom-

'idth authorized> person to drive; over- staff of the Couty Health Depart The LaBelle telephone number Is tome 2 million dollars more man' catch AU that U need over 20 years The fishing license, pUsh the desired results through
l01I ; failure to appear; posses ment will render the actual nursing -, to be used throughout the county than expected ot ef a government ed I* revenue to answer the as established in 1943 provides a warding, individual initiative I
of alligator; petit larceny;; duties. When a nurse 1* need- until suitable office space can be order and hot* into the problem .f providing- addition bare minimum for fish manage then than relying on federal as-
"tog the scene of an accident;; ed, ORange 5-3721 at LaBelle call I secured In ClewUton. excess money for > year, ra- al fish and fishing area for ,a ment. If Florida's fishing to Improve ilstance. "This principle seems i'
king; i false statement to ob- will be dispatched In fisheries more In keeping with our national
aln be called. A nurse of the advisory vesting tt meantime government Increasing population of flhermen. its management/
a Florida driver' license; al- to the residence. The nurse u The officer James F. Klmbrel, bond I I I D- you reckon The big question facing program must be accelerated, ,[oaJs," Roger said, "and we will
owlDt!* minor to consume TeV;; to perform duties similar to those council are Mrs: EUle Hough, vice he, right Bead Us eol- the commission I* not flab management which would be possible under the achieve these goals efficiently In- v
( esi display of firearms; va- expected in a hospitaL One wish president; Mrs Kate Peters, secretary sum this week and aee. but the cost of flab provisions of the Fresh Water Fishing cad of adding to our already
rIDer; no authority; Indecent ex- can be made by a nurse to determine president; Frances Morgan, management. The Fresh Water Improvement Bin Aldrich werburdenlng' progress of federal
ore; entering without breaking need the Initial]: and Miss .pending."
:'IrQ ; the After Fishing Improvement Bin pre- said. I
each for doctor' treasurer. Order of Arrow
work on
Tying beating board bill;: visit, the nurse is to
concealed weapon de- orders.

In wag C aDd minor raiment children of susten- For the convenience in should id***be I City Wide Easter Taps Rudy BartonRudy s
fcwnent ; uttering forged log nursing duties, calls ir I k''' I
grand larceny; forg- before in the morning. The I
ry. Three placed Hunt SaturdayMembers and r I 1 1I 1I 1t <
of Mr.
each a.m. Egg
, for bare aBlault: nurses are to work from 8:30: Barton IOn u p
? sessloll of through Barton was ordealed to
.
IUD and light at until 4:30 Monday Mr Loya
: p.m. Youth
l1cht Wetberald
; ortUe checks. Four for On weekends the nursei of the Order of the Arrow last week-
allure to have vehicle under con. Friday. Center and the Gewlston Rotary end at Camp Banah-Keeta near
< Six each Club will sponsor the second annual first member of I
,f for Improper driv Jupiter. He is the ,
ifcLf'fV I : wuful and wanton King" New PartnerAt city-wide Easter Egg Hunt Troop 600 to be Inducted Into this vqtr ,j>
! driving Eight each to this Saturday, April 13, at>:.30 a.m. service organization of the Boy It t

:! m' We Intoxicated; profanNine Well Motor Co. The hunts will be held In area adjoining Scouts of America. F I
Fair Grounds on Francisco -
the of the
for member
. assault and battery;; Rudy 1* now a
*. devlrr'. license; 15 for "Chuck" Wells of Chuck Wells Avenue. Glades Chapter of AAL-PA-TAH
! "manly conduct; 20 for public Motor Co. this week announces Eugene Fuller, who Is coordinator Lodge of the Gut Stream CouncIL
runk wess; 86 for unlawful with pride the acceptance of a partner of arrangment for the two The Order of the Arrow,1 iJ one of
to the firm which is authorized groups has announced that children the highest honor a scout can "
and first through third honor society ofBoy ( 1 ''r
dealer for Pontiac Oldsmobile In the i receive. It i iJ the
Chevrolet In dewlston. grades will hunt in the Cycle Track Scout campera.i : r
TERDAYSATPARK Kieth King of Kansas City; Mo., area. Pre-school children in the I i Rudy will attend an area meet :' 4. ta

with whom Wells has been associated four and five year old age group of all lodges In Florida, on April
THE far In front of the and 27 at Camp Sebring, Fla
PLAY in various businesses will use an area 25, 26 I
nHd II
to OewiJ- office. A small pace ( I
nearly 17 years, moved Fair Ground -1 c "
n Irn1e: and the aside In front of the Fellowsu'p A l
set
MIller days ago has been
lIe supervisor of ton about ten
R and t U I I
y Park for Pre-School chll- men will operate the motor com- office building for three year tti" j:
:Irtn.: anunce. will be an Joint17. under children. Parents will be allowed Park W. Waldroup, graduate student II ,

'alter lurid..?* Huntsal 930 this paD1 Mrs. King (Evelyn) will join Mrs. with the three and under' at the University of Florida, ..-.- j .
) department.The Fuller said. All others'must $2,400 research
a
office only, has been given
1 ep morning who have at the park Well in the are at home at 304 East group hunt by themselves. fellowship by the Ralston Purina NEWLY ELECTED OFFICERS of the OewbtonBenevolant A. C. Enlace exalted ruter; Stuart WhlddM. loyal
rtkind Kings
"led la:p Park acuviites P Ventura, and both agree that their Prize will be presented for Feed Company for the second consecutive Order of the Elk are, front row left knight: George Jepoa. lecturing knight Frank
are
... dewiston It "t He received his MJS. Curtis Inner Dooley past district depaty, Belle Glade servedas
'OUr ie .ch is asked to bring first impression of "prize eggs". year. to right Richard Loaf, Ulerj; Pry
DM ,ells (wrapped, pie ail I), wonderful place to 11ve." A plentiful supply of eggs are being at the University In 1962 and ex- guard;Dave FattUoa.: esquire; Bob Welch, ehap- Installing officer at UM ceremonies. held last
i
Ph' Park ( stated that DoC Gar- are urgedto ; pected to complete hi Ph.D. in back Chock Wednesday night -News Staff Fhoia .JIi.J
'&ale : *ni observe the Wells also .,the prepared and parents lain Buddy Hodte, treasurer row.
Je IChooIs finer ho11da1l .. the pub- Der who iJ wen known the In firm bring their children and Easter 1l964. His special field la poultry** ,Hall. Mcretaryi Rick Matters. leading knight: 1

Jay aDd Ir o i It ''maias closed Frinda Glades as car salesman.area baa Joined baskets to Join In the fun. science research. 5






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.. Page 2 ---THE CLEWISTON (Fla.: ) NEWS, Thurs., April 11, U63 IIIMII a9noiam ai atSonny- breaking activities-n-last July I Uncle Dan From Devil's Garden'Says: I when Mister it Editor happens., I W0n't' be ''I'Out4


The Clewiston News"Devoted e Sezt61tlIAIpV.MIWlrrltlqbVIII having Clewlston the recreation If very fortunate facllltlei for in I DEAR MISTER EDITOR: A teacher in one of these homemaking Yours truly,

the youth that It has PLUSa The more I try to flgger out or somepua or other 'uncle Daa1IIra
: / full time director. In planning the human race the more I think classes in a New York high school
to the advancement and welfare of Clewlston the Saturday outing "Coach" Fuller Noah had too many monkeys brung a washboard to class and
and Hendry County." "More students should participate made arrangements for the aboard when he took off In the ask the students to tell what it
> Published every Thursday at 100 Central Avenue, Clewlston, in the Youth Center activities group to attend the Yankee-Braves Ark. Take, fer Instant, this fel was. They wasn't a elngle one in JJ fn'" "
Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. ." Mike Bowden told Tony baseball game prior to the TV appearance ler that told a Chicago Judge las! the class that had ever saw one. .,.,
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927 at the Post Glenn, genial master of ceremonIes With a list of :SO reserva- week that he'd been making a good I reckon you could say that when Howard Spinet
''I Office in Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, of Let's Dance Saturday after- tions only 32 were present at departure living fer 15 year stealing hubcaps this generation can't tell what a
J879. noon. time. Fuller said "..tandard and selling 'em fer :SO cent washboard Is, the link between Mirror "Studioi"
Glenn is a great favorite of the procedure everybody each. I'm shore one of his ancestors then and now Is gone complete and $325.00
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ORID younger group for his promotionof wants to do something until timeto come from a excess quota forever
CST3N I various youth activities throughout move out!" I Is of monkeys on the Ark. And a manufacturer of wlm- -
1:2:: : : \ South Florida. The MC wait Then I was reading! this piece men's clothes In Milwaukee says LAKE
amazed at the facilities available The outing was thoroughly enjoyed where the designers of the new the number of wlmmen wearing
BERYL DOWDEN. Publisher '" MtMIla 4q to the local youth and in his query by yours truly, along with Mr. 1964 model cars that's coming pants has Increased 400 per cent APPLIANCE
G) about participation was confrontedwith and Mrs. Doyle Worth Ken Walker out this Fall is planning a lot of since 1954. He claims dresses will ph. YU
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor Oc lees Mike's "lack of participation and the "coach." Being a fancy gadgets. On one station be out of J-nsi
Subscription Rate. .. ...... S4.00 per year rlo" statement." Yankee fan, the Braves winning 3-1 wagon for the "executive type"It style by; 1980. I'm glad
(Return Postage Guaranteed) A direct switch in situations was was a little disheartening. However says they'll have a pullout -
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 explained prior to air time by we saw a lot of "name" play bar. If they keep on messing
}Advertising: Rates on application. The management reserves Glenn, when he told of the dedica- ers on the bench and In action. around they'll Invent the running
the to tion ceremonies the night beforeIn The visit to Channel 5 was most board again.
right reject any objections advertisement!
small community north of WP Interesting. what we see lli1n-tai
a Certainly
THE NEWS ice
aseume* no rponlbllltr for the return of uniollclted And they say one or two e( w.
i, ,manuscript or photograph. where a group of youngster had on our screen Is deceiving to the
r I THE NEWS aoumee no financial ponlbllltr for typographicalJ the 1MM ears will have 450 .
raised sufficient funds to build a size and contents of the studio.A
t error or ommlnlon In advartlnment but If notified of such error b.. hone power. Now I'm shore the "l'
fore the next Uiue of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the. recreation hall, and rented office great deal of skill Is required and feller that puts that much f7rnw At.
advertisement In which the error occurred. In the event a time element space to the municipality Glenn the techniques used were most Interesting :
would render the correction valuele., the New will reduce the price dynamite la a ear bad a ancestor :Q
of the advertisement by an amount equal to the proentace of the total had taken part In the ground behind the scenes. oa the Ark that belonged
apace a. _the_erroneous or omitted copy represented FRIDAY & SATURDAY
- the monkey family. ONLY

Ii'. good to have money and the things It can buy But it'. good, Perslstance paid off last week
too, to check up once in a while and make sure yen haven't lost the f ; after waiting some 15 or 20 minutes Well I see by the papers I Golden Brown Fillet of Blue Water Fish
'things money cent bay.What f't' s History Now l lTIIiRTY squatting on the city's power lad- where another loophole has been
der "bird watching. Clewlston, a discovered fer milking Uncle Sam. Tartar Sauce French
Fries
bird sanctuary by law, lives It up It says here that the Navy Bureauof ,
Price Beautification? YEARS AGO to the letter by allowing birds to Ships planned to have a New
(From Clewlston News. nest In the various stop lights In York outfit make 'em some radar Crisp Cole Slaw

Some well drawn landscaping plans have been prepared forth April 7, 1133)) town. There was a great deal of equipment They made a advance
chatter by the adult birds becauseof payment that was $26 million
beautification of Central Avenue in Clewiston and are now I "Economy was the watchword"of more'n or
my presence, however, they what that radar equipment
being referred by the City to the Garden Club. The plans were the keynote address of Governor. soon returned to their nest and the I was going to cost. The company 58r 98CIREAKFAST
d prepared by some state landscape designer of the Extension Dave Sholz as legislature opened pictures will be used to advertise hung onto this excess money far 2 for .
Service and were secured through the kind assistance of County In Tallahassee; Republican R, Clewlston as a "true bird sanctuary. three years afore they paid It backto
Agent Frank Polhffl. e. E. Burchard represented Hendry ." the Cuvernment And while they.
County.
At the risk of to was hanging onto It, they Invested
seeming impede progress (along the linesof A bill was Introduced to save -.a-
beautification) we'd like to rise and make a few comments. expenses by combining Judicial clr- The old adage of haste makes It in Cuvernment bonds let the
First the words which visitors most often use In describing cuit.: placing Hendry and Collier waste caught up with me late Mon- three-year period and picked ,up "
the particular charm and appeal of Clewiston Is "it' so clean so Counties with counties as far north day afternoon and as a consequence S47,000 in interest. ; ,SPECIAL

neat. ,It has such an uncluttered look." They refer to the ex as Citrus. the A&P: handbill was spic- What they was doing Mister; .f
panses of neatly mowed green Ql'ass-and our City authoritiescan The Cane Brakers, local baseball ed with my blood. Just how, I'm Editor was using tax money'"
take credit for this. team, organized as a free lance not real sure but my right thumb to gain "7,000 In tax,money. I nOneegg gritsrLtoast"coffee
lost with metal
team. W. W. Hook. was field manager an argument a ,I have writ to my Congresfru i
However it costs money even to mow the grass. If trees saw and as a result It looks like a )
and Tom business aad
Shelley man ask him If be cantgtt
and shrubbery are added to the streets they must be maintained; pound of flesh Is missing. Dr. Mc- mea little money'en '
manager advance
they must be watered at times, fertilized at other times, perhaps The governor offered $200 rewardfor ConvUle took one look and said my Soil Bank deal to. Invest'In :44% ,
efbn sprayed for insect pests or'blight, but one thing's for cer- apprehension and conviction of to toigh It out since there was .Government .bonds .to take, a
tainrit wiU.requlre more labor to mow around the plants than murderer or murderers who J killed nothing left .to sew up ? said care ef my 1961 taxes. Natural .
to mow the uncluttered lawns. Even now there ore occasions three young men, Donald Norton we might borrow a patch of skin I ain't expecting to hear'

when weeds do begin! to rear their ugly heads, even on the grass Lincoln Whidden and Marion Marrow from, .,, somewhere in the meantime else a everything little later from him tin the next eleeUoa. Easter ,Special
In the center of Central Avenue. who were shot to death as
in truck J[ touch jump. up and hits the sore Two very disturbing items was
rode along a
The point we are making is that there will be they an open v jjfcrdboilec! colored>>
a continuous lonely road at Lakeport. ,pot. In the papers last week In addition ; egg,
expense to malntatalng the trees an!|shrubs if they are to be Thought sure after all the bleeding to them I have mentioned r4Vnth Cherry Smash
kept in good condition.. Central: Avenue is filled land about e Monday evening I was goingto above. -o '"
. '4 to 6 inches higher than the street It would require considerable TWENTY YEARS AGO need a transfusion Tuesday 15THRIFTY
watering to establish growth of (From'Clewlstoa New., morning being right handed, *
plant There
any i is no April I, 1M3) shaving left handed Is a bit awkward '
facility for water in this block. The plans cc* for palm trees Clewiston raised more than $1,700 thus several nicks about the ear..eo FAST CUIfl

which would be located directly beneath the electric ,wires. Red Cross quota In a drive sparked face.Oh ( .. ) SERVICE DRUGSSugarland
,' We see nothing wrong with leaving Central Avenue's parkway by chairman Malcolm We Bigg.Clewlston all wouldn't be gloom this -1 f Can A. B. Vaaa
f'' Infceat green grass until all the other needs of the city are ; Voters League through week, as the boss and girls are tree .... -.
I cared for. A great deal of money can be poured down a'rathole its president, Carl Berner formally due today,.and I am sure glad, as twaemarasr aun..1ITIIL nODe YtJ Apse 25971N.M. Hwy. Ph. YU 2-1931
asked for county wide voting on the TV dinner., and
in the
i -. name of beautification. Sometimes the net result is not CUbfn'sand-1 ..
) worth the expenditure. commissioners. wiches are getting -------MME
Sgt. A. L. Moorman was bombardier -,- ---
t We hope the Garden Club and the City Commission will on one of the bombers .
do a lot of hard thinking before they start planting shrubs around credited with destroying an enemy

h the city streets . We are heartily in favor of such plantings troopship and two merchant ships
l"" ,J at public buildings, where they may be cared for at a minimumof Course Eleven at British Flying '

additional expense. But, pleas, let's leave the streets clean, Training School received their '. When pjck-up counts. asoline.nowatana11-ttmebigbinanti-knockqua1.
clear and uncluttered wings in a ceremony when Capt.C. .
C E. Maude of the RAF delegation ity; crown-Standard's "regular," now stepped-up
/ /IJ/JI.JII8IIJI1.m.ll.uulI/ aMII/arr Washington D.C., was guest STANDARD'STANDS OUT to boost your car's performance cut your driving

speaker. The graduation banquetat costs; ECONOMY CROWN- popular dollar stretcher
DOOR HOOD SPECIAL the Inn entertained the cadets Heavy traffic,crowded schedules-that's Dixie'lifethat supplies all the -
power cars uae-and
and the officers at the field.A on-wheela many can
4'rl son, John Nicholas Cecil, was today. And that' where your car shines at a saving. Whatever you drive, stop at Standard
rl FIVE STYLES born to Commander and Mrs if you use any of these dependable Standard gaso for long-running gasolines and Standard service!
George Greaves on April 1. lines: ClOWN IXTIA-Standard's premium grade
I FIFTEEN COLOR STANDARD
CHOICES Shari Land was recuperating OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)

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Carter Construction Company -. ; .
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the style of entryway protection for swimming pool.
Robbers entered the safety deposit -
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Clewlston and removed contents of

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THE CLEWISTON. tlonal talk and reading reviewingthe
service of the Easter VigiL
Following this Mrs McCarthy
showed a film based on the federal
: government aid to education bilL
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Worship the Risen Christ at the
CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF .

I Easter Service MS Booth rranelsee GOD Street ,'.

Clewiston Church Directory I 6 a.m. Fair Grounds SUNDAY, APRIL 14 6:00: A. M.Ilentlry JAMES YU KIMBREL 1-7111,, Pastor
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CHURCH .! Arrangement are being completed County Fair Grounds
FIRST
BAPTIST
METHODIST
CALVARY CRURal'au FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH > for the Easter Sunrise Service I
South Clewbte W. Oseeela Avenue 101 E. Ventura Avenue in the Fair Grounds at Presiding Minister Rev. James Kimbrel.] PastorAssembly
Rev. Richard Knight Pastor Rev. L. T. Fagan Pastor ton at 6 o'clock Sunday Clewb-I of God PIZZAYU
Hlgdon Pastor 8:45 m.-Church School ':.45 m.-Sunday School The non-denominational )
Rev.Herb 11:00: a.m. } PastorChurcia
School -Morning! service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service sponsored by the Clewiston Ministerial Invocation Rev. Joe Coleman
.m.-Suoda1 6:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth of GodUpsponsi'e
US Service Fet 1:00: p.m.-Training Union Association. Seven pastors of 2-3311
11'00. s.m.-worahlp aptllt Tra1D1nl Union 7:30: lowship. 7:00: p.m. Evenlnj Service the member churches will take Reading Rev. Clark H. Dorman Vicar
7:00:; p.m.- p m-Evenlng Service Wednesday: part In the service Rev. Henry H.
Service St. Martin's Episcopal!
1.00 p.m.-WorshiP Wednesday; 7:00: m.-Offlceri and Teachers Ford of the Presbyterian Church, Sugarland'PharnmcyGlades
1'IesdJ1 p.m.BrotherhoodWedDeadll1f: 7:15: m.-Cholr PracticeST. Meeting will preach the sermon: his topic Scripture Reading Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor
1.00, 8:00 p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service "Happy Endings" First Methodist Church
: MARTIN'S Rev. James r. Klmbrel. Assembly Roofing Co.
7:30: p.m.-Bour of Pr.ernunda1 (Episcopal CHURCH) 5:45 m.-Cholr Practice of God, will preside: Rev. Joe ,I'Easter Morning Prayer ........ Rev. L. T. FaKDR, Pastor
:, Practice 207 N. Pacific Coleman, Church of God, will give : FIrst Baptist Church All Tweed Reel and .
1:00: p.m.-Cbo1r The Rev. Clark H. the Invocation; Rev. Clark Dor Sheet Metal Wart .
Dorman NORTBMPE
Vicar MP8MECARY
Easter H. Ford Pastor
Rev.
Message Henry ,
man, St. Mirk's Episcopal: Church, : .
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Sunday Services
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: BAPTIST CHURCH ; Communltyl Presbyterian Church New CeuIr1leu..1>
7.30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 304 N. Fraaclsee Street will offer the Easter morning prayer. CHURCH OF CHRST'1D1 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and Elder Lester D. Beams, Pastor' Rev. John C. ScheMer, Christian Ii Benediction .. Rev. John C. Schef fler, Minister Repair Jebe
gMta Central Avenm Church School 10:00: a.m.; Sunday School] benediction.The Church. will pronounce the Church of Christ Phone 2-7111
Saints and Holy Days as an 11:00 a.m.-Mornln! |.Worship.
Earl Arnold, Minister nounced. 6:30 p.m.-ETC use of a public address system Pay er Evenings
Confessions by appointmentCOMMUNITY 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship bleacher teats, and an organ ST. MARGARETS Society would hold a covered dish P. O. Bps IMS
SuDda7 a.m.-Bible: School Wednetdayr has been provided to make the picnic on Sunday April 28, for all I CLEWISTON, FLA.'
service comfortable
and
1'.00 7.30: p.m.-Prayer Service convenIent members of the parish.
PRESBYTERIAN
.Worship to the ALTAR SOCIETY
U:00 congregation.In After the business meeting, Mrs.
j:oo p.m.-Worship 407 Royal Fain Avenue ST. case of rain, the service will
WedDesda7: Henry H. Ford, Minister MARGARETS CHURCH be moved inside the fair building The slate of officers for 1963-64
Devotions Rev. Father Charles for St. Margaret's Altar Society:
7 30 pmMidweek 1 45 .
: : a m.-Sunday School 8 .
and Bible Study :00 a m.-Sunday Mast was presented by Mrs Dan McCarthy -
11:00
: a m.-Morning W 30
: a m.-Sunday Mass chairman of the nominating
11:00: a.m.-Nursery in the Parish
House 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass Special ServicesThe committee and accepted by the!
7:00: a.m.-First Friday Masi members at the monthly meeting I
PENTECOSTAL 1:00: .m.-Westminster Fellow '
COMMUNITY p 8:00 p.m.-First Wednesday each service of Holy Communionwill Wednesday evening. The society
shipWednesday
HOL0ES8 CHURCH : month, Catholic Ladles' Altar be celebrated on Thursday I met at the home of Mrs. George
Society: ; night at A o'clock
at the First,
7:30
: p.m.-cholr Practice
loath Clewtatoa Saturday: Methodist Church This Maundy' Yon.The new officers will be Mrs.C. .
9:30 a.m.-Religious instruction Thursday communion service is
on Mrs. E. L.
J. R. Taylor, Pastor D. Hlne, president;
Rev. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST the anniversary of "The Lord's Holoubek vice president; Mrs. H. a
10:00: ..-Sunday School APOSTOLIC FAITH HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH Last Supper." By candlelight com- J. Andrels, secretary, and Mrs.
1100: I.m.-Morning Worship South OewUtoa Highway 720 munlcants will receive communion C. J. Nielsen, treasurer
7:<5 p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor seated 12 at a time around a table Mrs. Harry Vaughn Jr., president 1
Service. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School aet in the chancel of the sanctuary.Organist conducted the business meet- ,
Wednesday: 11:00 a.m.Preaching 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship is Miss Cheryl Lee. Communion ,
In, Mrs. McCarthy reported on
7:45 p.m:Prayer Service Tuesday: 8:45 p.m.-Training Union stewards are Mrs. Stokes the recent Southwest Coast Deanery -
Friday: 7'30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 8:00 p.m.-Evening Worship Murphy" and Mrs Naomi.Slonnak- meeting held in Sebrlng. Mrs.
7 4! .m.-Youth Service Wednesday:
: p Friday:
er.A Richard Degler, Mrs. Yon, Mrs.
7:30: p.m.-Young People's Meet 8:00 p.m.-Prayer Meeting Good Friday "Chain of Prayer" McCarthy, Mrs. Jack Davis and 10I
tog will begin at 12 noon and continue : -
Mrs. Frank Veltre were appointedto
ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH OF COD*'** through 12 midnight on Friday take care of the flowers for the
312 8. Pacific Avenue Forty-nine people are reserving
US Wrenches Street Easter services
CHURCH OF
CHRIST
15 minute of time
Rev. Joe Coleman periods
Rev. James F. KImbrel, Pastor (Christian) It was announced that the Altar
10:00: a.m.-Sunda School throughout this 12 hour period on
10.00 a.m.-Sunday School John C. Scheffler, Minister 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service the Day of Crucifixion. Each person
1100: a.m.-Morning Worship North Sugarland Auditorium 7:30: p.m-Evening Worship will come to the sanctuary at I
7:30 p.m.-Evangelistic Service 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Wednesday: their pre-selected time, and use EASTER l
Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Communlon and Worship 7.30: p.m.-Prayer Service that period for private prayer and
7:45 p.m.-MIdweek Service Service Friday: meditation. Each individual formsa
Friday! : I I Wednesday: 7.30: p.m.-Young People's En- > human link in this chain: of pray mt
7:45 p.m.-Youth Service 7:30: p.m.-BIble Study deavor er.

This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: Calvary Baptist *" :


Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson.Inc. WMS Meeting" ", ,.

Motors'- _. ARD OH. COMPANY. .."Complete Department Store The Wom n'*Missionary Society 1 I
of Calvary Baptist Church held I a :
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circle meeting at the church r
Glades Loan Corps .. Jordan& PridgenCITIHJS Thursday 'evening with I Mrs. Roy } *'
Bldg.Giddens .' CITIHJS: SERVICE STATIONRoyal's Clewiston Federal Taylor conducting the business

--:- SAVINGS ft LOAN ASSTf meeting.Mrs. DANNY DARE' WHITE;SUITS' "
Furniture Inc.The Ernest Barton gave the devotional .
and introduced the panel Teddler Slice > 4 Regular I Slae I V

Store Clewiston members, Mrs Paul Holladay $10.98.
Motor1? Co 8.98
'IVt Easy to Pay Mrs. T. B. Browning, Mrs. Taylor
TfaeGlddena Way" : Clewiston News Phone 24901WelB and Mrs. C. A. Stiles, who discussed -
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a small area. Mye.1. s. Mand&DowololrQ t
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tree Playmates up w
Thursday
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and
then looks at the clock-a F.day 1 I
Group Terms "Un : inventionand goes to 1 New Flight Plan 0051.to 130: p.m or to:lhOlle rolll rt

where the glass was In- To Be College Presidents Offered Enlistees Sfc. )
by Egyptians and the glaz I Sandstedt wia: v.

r .j t Recent Hike In Auto Insurance by Syrians). The tub is a An unusual and little known fee' Dr. Jay F. W Pearson, former Sfc. Donald W. Sandstedt, local Clewiston April 23, from Draft Board OB-Tutldi\at
derivative. president of the University of MI- (U.S. Army recruiter announced today 1 to 3 pm''\
deserving of mention In any pub view person bite;
Based upon an investigation jug t t I tual misconduct shaves-a rite developed libation Is that three boys grew ami, was one of the three. He related that a change of enlistment has Army enlistment interested'the i. IIJ1
concluded on the widespread Flor sional or lay washes with soap up together in one city block in the unusual circumstance to policy for flight training Just -- OPtloDl
Ida auto insurance rate bike s I vigorous by Cauls and dries on a the small town of Grove City, Pa., Rev. Henry Horrell Ford (also a been received. ---
: granted last December, the Acid- for punishment.The towel. and each became college presl former resident of Grove City) Under the new policy, all prior I
emy of Florida Trial Lawyers has I academy he eats from pot dents. at the State Chamber of Commercearea service personnel regardless of ,
T' meet in Clewiston last sum length of service may now enlist
announced it deems the increases l officers had also stemming from China. His for training. This option is ,-' a
unjustified and entirely unsupported cript of the from Medieval Italy and his flight .
mer.The I
C by any evidence on two of the public hearing in a copy of a Roman utensil. other two boys and the colleges also open to non-prior service per-
three grounds given for them b y last November 19 coffee, originally from they headed were Dr. Harold sons between the ages of 18 and
State Insurance Commissioner Larson the rate Increase plant. His cereal is Dodds, who became presidentof 30, who are high school graduates. -
at the time they were grantedThe was no mention from grain first domesticat- Ii4'ToQICS\ Princeton, and Weir C. Keller, Interested Individuals may-contact 7 i
three grounds were: "The continued called "padded Near East. who became president of Grove Sfc. Sandstedt at the U.S. Armyrecruiting'

padding of accident claims,, proportionate City College, In his home town. station located over r. _

} the awarding of disproportionate mony was breakfast he put on a felt I They were about the same age ...:::::...
damages in suits and the spiral 01( ness, Thomas O. by Asiatic nomads, and grew up in the 200 block of

auto accidents In Florida." eastern manager .for He the buys train a -an Eng. A Service' 0'( Your Doctor ol. lltdiclne, West Pine Street, on which there CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES, INt?
Bureau of newspaper Your Local l Ucdictl Society sad tin only about 12 to 15 houses.In .
The academy stated that Larson were
Invented in Libya, then Flondt Medical Allocution.PRENATAL
Invites to the
has admitted in letters to some He testified: down for a smoke, with CARE America any boy can grow up Mirlette and you Esquire see Mobile new Homes

of its members that he based the (requested) invented in Mexico IMPORTANT'Childbirth to become president, or college: Now on display 830 E. SUI aria ad .
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first two points In his statement on marily out of "
president, but it is quite unusualA
a series or articles in the Miami i cost of living news he reads is printed in natural is a completely NEW FINANCING
and normal
Dally News The academy pointedout auto repair costs invented by Semites, by and in a large majority happening ot AVAILABLE

that the Miami articles pertained The academy invented in Germany, births there are no special problems Cash for your used trailer .
to alleged happenings in Dade few years ago Invented In China for either child or mother.
County alone-a completely Independent number of thanks a Hebrew God The early weeks of pregnancyare LOW LOW down payment. 7
the years= to
rate zone-and could not tional magazines derived language molt important in the pay
infant's development. It Is during
legitimately affect rates in other panics claiming : Is 100 per cent (decimal this period that the growing -- We also handle Van Dyke. Marlette and used trailers..
Florida zones. It also elated: that rising because of from Greece) American baby is most susceptible to Phone YU Z-2661
the articles were based in large verdicts. As a Night'M( Amerigo Vespuccla, an Ital all sorts of problem that will PHILOSOPHER IS A

Xy, part upon unsworn and hearsay awards decreased, ). cause trouble later Widespread GUY WHO INSTEAD OF -
studies have shown that ,
reports from unidentified sources many '-U.1i XXX1ACClX1XXSX1XXTR' u.\,
surance now, I do think this is birth problems could have been CRYING OVER SPILT MILK 1S11
,all and secretly furnished by the insurance rates have things too far. I'll have prevented or reduced if the CONSOLES HIMSELFTHE WITH 4 ,
Industry itself to get the mother-to-be had consulted a
rate increase. know that everyone physician at the outset of pregnancy THOUGHT 'T WAS The Demand I
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dadblamed copy catl or even before becoming FOUR-FIFTHS: WATER. ,
The academy displayed a FULLER'S thing, I detest pajamas. pregnant. 'fv ,
For Stocker
photocopy of a letter marked no need for a clock. For instance, a well-balanced ,
"Confidential" from the National have little 23 month- diet containing all the essentialsto I
Association of Independent By AL we who a can wake the is proper necessary nutrition for both and growth mother i Gallic Is I Heavy !
Insurers to member Flor-
I read Sydney J. about 6:30
: every morn and infant The doctor has long
ida companies announcing the the other day been aware of the importanceof i i
News' series a week In advance. shook up.Here I shave, but a little dif- diet in pregnancy and thus Buy Only The
ThA letter stated that I was all than did the Egyptians. In gives counsel to the mother-to- ,
the aeries would be "timed to be. Certain Infectious diseases, r :
at being an shaving my head I at such as German measles, Cattle You Want
can s's'y1
kick off with the public bear-
to the stubble from
the have
: audacity to scrape an adverse effect on the s'I:
Inn rate Increases ."
on at all the infant if the mother becomes I
and asked "help from the Insurance ill. particularly during the first s'I'
companies in obtaining Hams used his Cauls invented soap they'd three months of pregnancy. It i I
examples of fraudulent daflate me like recognize it now. It not is most important for the prospective
practices by claimants and by full of hot air but deodorizes, disin mother to exercise Boat Accessories r

lawyers and doctors." This is how he : cleans out the tub for posure extra precautions to infectious against ailments.ex- -Sales Every Monday At I 1:00: P. M.
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The 100 per this ISN'T a Turkish tow-
Blood
typing of both father
The academy charged that the rises In the read the label, "Made in and mother will inform the doctor i
implied extent in Dade County of Whoops I as to whether there is a I i
the practices mentioned 1 I. the Propeller for me at breakfast possibility of a clash of blood

News'exaggerated articles and has that in been other greatly Florida I 8 Inches to to like soup at that that types may between cause the problems two parents for I GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASS1I /..
did for coffee.
WELL care the infant Warned in
counties the have advance I I !
practices
Centrifugal I notice Harris didn't say the doctor can be prepared to
been largely unheard of. Proof of Mobile about milk (Originally meet this condition. Drull'SIlmctimu ,
fraud by any doctor or lawyer Repairs cow?) can have an effecton WY 6-3028 Belle Glade, Fla. '
would cause revocation of his license Sales & the embryo, particularly during -
to practice, it was suggested. the early months of preg I Jready'Tor i
So far as the academy knows L & F JOHNSON'S nancy. The expectant mother -motccc- tm. c.YSY: ccacrc'sam ytcasta.." ;
should be very cautious about -- -
only one person has been officially -
taking
any drugs without
consulting -
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charged with fraud or miscon- & her doctor.
duct as a result of the News' ar MOTORS. GUIDES Good prenatal rare won't
ticles-and he was an insurance! Moore solve all of the problems associated -
adjustor. The academy Phone Repairs bail, supplies with childbirth, but it
emphasized
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I It II Women nWJ April 11-Helen Roberts, Merle I' II!
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\ i Brantleyy Richard Herman Long, Serve Tasty Lanu Chop Stew< e.. .
I Carlos Dickey.
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"Souper" Style
April 12-Helen Click, Johnny E. I
--- Roberts Margaret Ann Crouch I

Charles R. Twlddy Mrs. O. M. Pal
l I 'Per !
t onalsJ mer.

Varnadore.April 13-Gene Bledsoe, Margie, \

Coffey r April 14-Mri. R. C. Wilson.
Mr.
and
Mrs Thos. J. '
j -I Hallandale, spent the weekend vis- April 15-Jack Scott. Rose Marie
lung friends and transacting business Doane Leon Bcmbry, Gloria -
in Clewiston. The Coffeyi, Hodges, Ethel Cox, Billy Swindle, rr a
formerly local residents, plan to Jimmy Maxham, Mrs. Harvey )
/ L4e leave soon on an extended tour of I Pridgen, Mrs. H. C. Sutton Sr.
several months to all parts of the Apr116-A.! W. Slas, Mrs. Frank
U.S. and Canada. I Zemonek, Jim Scott.

George Tokieda, a senior at April IT-Bea Yon, Martha Jones.I

Princeton University, spent the April -Fat Peters, Tommy J.'
:1 $I spring holidays with his e t Akin.
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Mrs. Anna Tokieda and
Ian. He also visited friends mother'j

ami and at Stetson Clubs
Jennings Ezelle. Bridge

Miss Sylvia Beatty has returnedto
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens was hostess
Champaign, Ill., after visiting
to..her bridge club at her home
her mother, Mrs. Betty Beatty and
her brother Wednesday evening. Mrs. Charles
Dr. Lionel Beatty. i
Mrs. S. H. Stalls and daughters Erfc Miner( won first prize, Mrs.I
Donna and MRS. LORETTA LONG JoeM. Hendry second, and Mrs. 1
Kathy, will arrive from
J. F. Howell the consolation.
Lake Placid today to Mr.
Join
: Stalls In their home on East Osce- Mrs. L. Has Others playing were Mrs. P.
!r ola Avenue. Long McIntyre, Mrs. Dan Sullivan, M'I I
J. W. Clark, Mrs. George Yon ,
L Mr. and Mrs. Joe Florentine and the hostess. I
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCarthy were 141 DescendantsThe When cold weather send Its Lamb And Vegetable Stew
1 in Miami recently to attend the e icy blast over the land, It's time 4 shoulder lamb chops (about
performance o fJose Greco, famed to plan substantial atlck-to-the- Itt pound)
Spanish beloved lady shown aboveis Mrs. W. C. Prewitt was hostess ribs fare. Nourishing food 1* the I UblMpoon shortening
dancer. of 1 can (10 H OUDOM) condensed
Mrs. Loretta Long of Jackson to her Wednesday afternoon bridge secret good Urine.Tempting
Mrs. W. P. Jernigan has returned stews or tasty oonwunm.K
club last week. High score was
from a visit of several days ville, mother of Mrs. L. C. Red- made by Mrs. H. A. Bestor and top-of-the-range one dish meals crushed teaspoon rosemary bares,
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al r with her son-in-law Ish Sr., of Clewiston are the essence of real old-fash-
s and daughter who can lay Mrs. Melvin Wilder won the bingo 1 clor garlic, minced
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Milton In Gainesville claim to fame on two counts. She loned cooking hearty, fill' I small whole white onion
observed her 90th prize. Ing and downright good They're 1 pMkte: (a ounou) frosn :
birthday on Attending also were Mrs. W. B. lure winners for winter eating.Treat cut green.bniI
I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Head, for- December 4th, an achievement in Barron of LaBelle; Mrs. R. M. your family tonight to to-1 tablespoons flow
mer residents, visited very briefly Itself; and she has 141 living de- Bishop, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. G. a delicious Lamb Chop Stew U eupwaMr
in Clewiston one day last week en- scendants.Mrs. B. Thomas and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Cook shoulder lamb chops In skillet, brown chops la,,
route to Mississippi for a star ofa Long has seven sons and members, and Mrs. Wm. C. Owen, an economical cut in rich shortening; pour off excess drip..
MISS ELAINE SIEWERTTO canned condensed consomme, pings. Add consomme, rosemary
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few four
weeks before The
going to Phoe- daughters. sons are W. guest.
a rosemary and garllo. Remember, and garllo. Corer and cook: over :
BE I\URRIED-Mr. and Mri. Walter A. Siewert announce the nix, Arizona. Mrs. Head will work B., R.H., W.P., C.H. and Scott S. tanned condensed soups are low heat 10 minutes Add onion I I
with a group of doctors who are Long, all of Jacksonville and H. great as cooking Ingredients. and green beans; cook covered
approaching marriage of their daughter Elaine, to Walter R. Falk, doing research on health problemsof A. Scott of Fort Lauderdale. The PIZZA They add 10 much extra flavor an additional 40 minutes or until I
son ol' Mr and Mrs. Ml C. Falk of Vero Beach. The wedding will the Indians. daughters are Mrs. L. C. Relish and nourishment rentable are tender. Remove I

take place at four o'clock In the afternoon of April 28 In the First Mrs. John S. Swindle Sr., left Sr., Clewiston; Mrs. C. F. Fine, After the lamb has cooked for meat and Tegetables. Blend
SO add white flour and
/ YU 2-3311 minutes small water until smooth; I Iconi
the RCT. Richard Knight ; this week to visit her son-in-law Miami, and Mrs. S. T Mercer and [
Utthodist Church with O. orflciaUiifT: All onions and frozen green beansto graduallyldd to grarr, stirring
invited to attend.HOMETOWN. and daughter, Sgt and Mrs. Clyde Mrs. L. W. Skelton, both of Jacksonville complete. hearty one dish tautly. Cook until thick I ..
irirnds are I D. Autrey In Gila Bend, Arizona.Mr. Sugarland Pharmacy Deal. ones Make 4 lervl

-- -- and Mrs. Ross Egnew have There are 39 grandchildren, 90 .
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returned to their home in Hoops- great-grandchildren and one great
V.F.W. Post
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ton, Ill., after a stay of several: I
mules Nominating ReportThe weeks in Clewiston. Mrs. Redish's two daughters and

& CLAIM SERVICE I II. IIMIIINit Mrs. H. E. Baker of New York I four sons are: Mrs. Doris (Man- $ /g-i
ning) Carter of Clewiston and Mrs.
Call A. II. VannmnnwauiM report of the nominating City !Is visiting In Clewiston as e
committee was given at the regular the guest of Mrs. Sally Townsend I' Christine Carlton of Ocala; L.C. % A
SM form Agar { meeting of the Veterans of Foreign and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McLendon. 'I Redish Jr., Jack Redish, Carroll, shoes i ,
MIOtIOMIl Phone TU 2-5971 Wars Post Tuesday evening. The 1 Relish and Ernie Redish, all of .-
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Downs 4 I
= : : _____.._. !:lae. slate recommended by the com- spent the weekend in Quincy, Fla.I Clewiston. The great grandchildren \ ,
mittee included the following: Bud I Mrs. John Hawkins accompanied Include Tommy and Darrel (sons I delight the A
of L.C. Redish Jr.) Donna Gayle(
Whidden, commander; Harry Bras- them and visited with friends and 1 1I ;
sell, senior vice ccommander; I II Carrol Jr., and Jimmy, daughter '
I relatives in nearby Havana, her ,
Richard Kreldler, junior vice com-! former home. and sons of Carrol Redish; Manning EflSTERBflSKET
Income Tax mander; Mile Johnson, chaplain; I Jr., Wayne' Clyde Keith and I [L

Henry Keechl, Sr., quartermaster; Kitty Cart::rv.sons and daughter of -
ServicePersonal Junior Rudd, judge advocate; Bill Mrs. Doris Caster: ( Beverly, Greg.,. as
Bass, surgeon; Barnie Bryan, 3- Girls Enjoy Michael i anEJJW| rneCflHton;
trustee. children of Mri. 'Christine Carlton;
| & Business year J. N. Cannlngton was welcomedas Slumber Gary and Bobby Redish, sons of s
Party Jack Redish.! ; YUkon 27841l44AvenidaDelRio a new member of the post.
and Ricky, chQdreh of Ernie Red SET
I Commander Barnie
Bryan appointed Several friends of Barbara Mc- ish. The great- 'great grandchild
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Walker Nall quartermaster I Leod enjoyed a slumber party at is Susan Carte 'daughte>' of Mr' *BS?
to fill the post vacated by the res-
This the colon .
and Mrs. Manning, arter, Jr. season areas
W. G. PERRY ignation of Gene dawson. I her home Friday evening, with her
It was announced that the Ladies aunt, Mrs. H. E. Baker, of New I bright as sunbeams and the 'r
Auxiliary will hold a Fun York as chaperone. In the group
"MISS FLORIDA"CONTEST styles as varied aa the colon,
Tax Consultant Night for VFW and Auxiliary mem- were Carolyn Owens, Diane Williams rI
bers tonightThursday( ) at the post Peggy Morgan, Ardis Jacobs for all the little girls. And for ij!
home on Francisco Avenue. and Karen Morgan. JUNE 26 little boys there I
are patterns

Miss Dates Florida have: Pageant been set for the 1963 that have dress-up appear : I ft ftI ftI

.ance and playground endur Y I
Forty-two areas of Florida have<

I already announced that contests ante When the name "Red '

1 have or will be held to select a Goose" Is on these shoes you I

fn'1"'i; "1'l. contestant to appear at the Miss know from experience it i iI
Florida Pageant In Sarasota, June
26-29. The winner will represent represents expert styling for

the Sunshine State In the Miss growing feet, fine construction
America Pageant in Atlantic Cityin

,:'0' ,I A September.Last ,quality leathers
\ 35 contestants made 'ihe aiiumrfon of M the tarn t Inihtr,
"ff year b Utli ad, tatnbtt the
: the trip to Sarasota in search of .pp.Nionly.

;f ft the title, won by Gloria Brody of $6. 5 I

"' :' ,1 Jacksonville. Some 50 girls will I .I II
compete in June since eight addi- I
tional areas of the state have Indicated :
an interest In holding a pre I
liminary contest. I

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Card of ThanksWe I '


wish to express our sincere i i '
appreciation to the many friends : '
and groups whose kindness! and 4

sympathy were such a great helpto
us in the loss of our husband I.
and father. )

YV We are deeply grateful for,ill 4'"AMt !

your cards, visits, flowers and 1
Sunday, April 14, 1963 S deeds of kindness
Tdil HOIS 19* IQtl AN* elate. r'
Mary Tish Carter I .

Sauce Irene and Johnnie Hester A LARGE .
Baked Virginia Ham with Raisin and Family SELECTION "*

Fay and Dawson Bledsoe
and Family to choose from I I

Tossed Salad Melene and Buster Throopand NEW Sprlnq and {i \ k,

Hot Rolls Jean Family and J. S. Godwin Large selection of pumps for Easter Styles '''I '

.Clewiston Inn Bake Shop and Family ._.. ._. Easter! Midheels or high $4.95 $5.95Kingsway {II '"
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and Butter Laverna and'Jim Miller heels. I :
and Family : :


var v\:.;: 1 Beverage Shirley and Family and Buddy Redish $5.95'to $10.95 & .


3:*' Two 'dollars and ten cents Match John ,C Roberts .

Handbags to !

for : & boys I
men
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$2.98 to $5.95 ,. S
EVERYONE READS
$7.95 and uHOLLINGSWORTH'S

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$1,100. 18. T 43 S, R 28 E, Hendry Co..I
6 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, Thurs.. April 11, 1963 I play Riviera Beach on April 11' no's Subdivision of LaBelle '
RUE Cora L. Pfluie conveyed WC. B. Fla., $2.300. room
.I I and Sara M. Povla and I My
Lawrence
Pahokee _300 002 0-3 7 2 and Mary B. Wegman. a parcel of I Just
(g lJn Roping Club Plans Clewiston .0000013-4 4 1! land In Gov. Lot 9, Sec. 6, T 43 Charlotte Povla conveyed Florida to Flood Central -I
'h Sanders and Padgett; Olden and' S, Rye 29 E, $2,0000. and Southern dreamy, and I
of land to
District, parcel
April 21 Outing Redlsh. Rudd ((5)). David O. and Jeanette SwarU, Control a T 43
Government Lot 3. Sec. 20, I did it
R. J. and Wllla Mae Grower and myself/
t The Circle W Riding dub will Tigers Edged The Big Fin Paul B. and Donna F. Martin con S, R 28 E, Hendry Co., Fla., 1500.

CLEWISTON, FLORIDA hold their next riding and roping By Pahokee 5-4 Name ab hits ave. veyed to Alfred E. Wilson, parcelof Van H. and Eunice to Harold M. W.Cothern and
23 I .M8 land In Sections 11 and 12, T 43 Jr., conveyed
Sidney UI.don
I exhibition on Sunday, April 21 at '" Lots 7 and 8,
.Double Feature The Pahokee Blue Devils stunned Mike Mazzlna _.__h 2S II .3U S, R 28 E, 1275000. Marlon A. Johnson
the Woodward Ranch US
on 27 Clewiston In the first Inning with .273 Bib 134, Clewiston. Fla., $2,000.
of Clewliton. Ronnie Olden ....._" 23 a William H. and Nettie Pearl
Fri. Sat. April 12 13 west crowds have attended the three runs Friday afternoon and Jimmy Davis .._M" 23 4 ,182 Howard conveyed to Roland G. U. S. Sugar Corp. conveyed to
Large with the aid of two Insurance runs J ,10 Leonard Lee and Nancy Ruth
"Fir Jimmy Bible --14 and Robert E. RIlls, a
t Space Ship exhibition and Riggs parcel
two previous In the sixth inning, managed to Reese, N% Lot 7, all lot 8, Elk 13,8
of land in Blk 23, LaBelle, $300.
Woodward extend Invitation
James an -
To Venu to the area residents to edge the Tigers 5-4 at Sugarland Pitching, Records. Louis and Mary F. Carstensen dewlston. Fla., $1,500.:
Join Man's Fanastlc Journey watch local: "cowboy and cow Park. Games Won Lost conveyed to Mrs. Don Lannlng a U.S. Sugar Corp. conveyed to
"TeenageMillionaire" girls" In the various events. The Tigers who are now 2-8 In Jimmy Davis ._..?,...?. S 1 0 parcel of land In Sec. 29, T 43 S, Charles H. and Florence I. Wells,
the Suncoast Conference, were victims Ronnie Olden 5 1 3 R 32 E, 2ft acres more or lets, Lots 1, 2, Eft of 3, BIt 21, Clewle-
of three singles and two Sidney Hlgdon _'__ 40 3 $700. ton, Fla. $2,800.
Music: and Ladies of Lake walks by Ronnie Olden In the Initial -
Flm U.S. A. Joseph Frank Schuchter: conveyed -
... ,, Inning. Two walks and twosingles Sugar Corp. conveyed to
'f/A/ Real Estate News B. and Dorothy Jane Bracking. Lot to Angelo and Gaetana Iurato,
.Bowling League turned the trip for two 2, Blk 395, Clewiston; Fla. $300., parcel of land In Sec. 5, T 44 S,
Sun.TAprirt4.3.50.7:30.9BCMon. Cennty ao4uttxIHTWO
In the sixth.
: : : more runs As Reported bi Hendry
Ella R 28 E, Hendry Co., Fla., $2,700.
Hendry conveyed to American
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Tuet., April 19 -18 Won Lost Qewlston made an exciting game Title aad Abctraet Ce. 1475(
M 7:30: 9$0: u.s. Sugar Corp. __ 70 48 oil It in the final two Innings, picking Lemuel J. and Mary I* ROT*"i Telephone, and of Telegraph Joseph to Salvatore Frank and Schuchter: Beatrice conveyed Sferrazza -- a..Hlln tdty1L
I Company a parcel land in Sec.
"Follow." The Boy Sport ShopParkinsons .,.._ 88 50 up one run In the bottom of the conveyed to Joseph Schuchter: a 12 T 43 S, R 32 E, 1700. parcel of land In Sec. 5, T = w
CONNIE$! FRANCIS ___ al 55 In the lower of land In Sec. 5, Township ae
sixth and three seventh parcel I Vance L.'and Montine W. Storter 44 S. R 28 E, Hendry Co., Fla. SaeepN e\
'.$ RUSS TAMBLYN Hare Lumber ____ 9 57Toggery Inning. 44 8,Range 28 E, Hendry County,
onide 1 sings The Wavy Swing Shop "_M"M_ 58 58 Mike Durrance opened the Tigers Fla. 83,300. conveyed to Francis T. Hall Lots $2,700. $ 98
Inc.,
17 and: IS, Royal Palm Estates No. Hendry Co. Motors conveyed -
The entire family will enjoy Glades'Restaurant ...._.. 54 82 rally with a liner to left field with U. S. Sugar Corp. conveyed to Bar-B-Q Inc., Lot GAL
2, Hendry Co., Fla. $300) to Clewiston
f .. this one Old South Barb-B-Q _. 52 84 two out In the sixth, which was Ewart and Lola Mae Waugh, Lot Fla., $ .
Clewiston, 1,700.U.S.
Stanley and Lily E. Langford 12, Bok 410
Wilson Lumber __.. 4a 70Individual'10gh dropped for a two-base error. Sidney 10, Blk. S of Harlem Addition No. to
conveyed to James and Tiny E. Sugar Corp. conveyed
hit the next to 3 In dewlston. Fla. 8500. EVERY 2nd CAN
Hlgdon pitch
I Wed. Thurs., April III conveyed to Grant, Lots 19 and 20, Bib 151, Morris and Betty Rldgdffl Lots 7
7:30: 9:30 P.M. | Series deep right field for a triple, which Selma D. Bowen Clewiston, Fla. 8, Blk. 147, Clewiston, Fla..
7000. and
Pat Baker _?..,.?,..__ 452 scored Durrance. Annie James, Lot 1, Sec. I, Ford AT
"Five Mile To Sally Walker 434 Three walks by Sanders of the Park Subdivision, Sec. 8, T 4. S, Homer L. and Hilda Y. Gibson 1300. FREE YOUI
., conveyed to William B. and Ma U.S. Sugar Corp. conveyed to
; Eleanor Kehoe __.. 407 .
Blue Devils, plus singles by Mike R 29 E, 1300.WWlam'
Midnight"SOPHIA
? bel C. Ross and C. Gober, A'as atn e"rMa
Douglas conveyed S% Lot 20 and Lot 21, William M. Betty
and Nancy
Mazzlna and Greg Rlcketson
LOREN pro Bib 138, Clewliton. Fla. $2.500, Lot 9 and Eft Lot 10, Blk 147,
..ANTHONY PERKINS Individual Kith Game duced three runs, making the final to C. :B. and Mary Wegman e.
Two top stars that will keep Ices Llneberger ?????..??.?????, 174 5-4 score. Lots 14, 15, 11, 17, 1. and 19. Block: George and Margaret Hum' Clewiston. Fla., $1,100. ., Store
wt :you;ta"''Suspense.1' Pat t Baker -... 169 The Tigers play at Riviera Beachon D, Palm Heights 'a re-sub of phrles conveyed to Raymond MM--N-NN-N
Sally Walker' .:.__.. 167 April 9, and return home to Elks. 106, 107 108, and 109 God- Garth Lot 63, Midway Acres Sub. "en"" HOMETOWN f
Sheet I, Sec. 7, T 44 S, R 33 E,
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2 DAYS ONLY FRIDAY & SATURDAY Raymond Garth conveyed to 1 Can A. H. VtnnJMthmAnrf
Burton R. Signer, Lot 65, Midway
I r iT"' .. '\ APRIL 12& 13 . I II Acres Sub., Sheet 1, Sec. 7, T 44 smmrwwnst I Store
t E, Hendry Co., Fla., 1000. ararr= Phone TV 24971
o f ;1- I One of the South's finest PHOTOGRAPHERS Henco, Inc., conveyed to BurtonR. : ?
j; I II II Signer, portion of Lots 34 and
35, Midway Acres Sub., Part 1,
i I k Mr.. Jack Sullivan I II Sec 7, T 44 S, R 33 E, Hendry Co.,
Fla., $1,000.Henco .
: will be in our store for two days only! Inc., conveyedto BurtonR. Advertisement for Bid
i 'I z I Signer, Lot 19, Acres
1 Midway
'' Sub., Part 1, Sec. 7, T 44 S, R Notice is hereby given that the City Com.

I .: t ,L !.\- f\,\ 2 ll' x 14" :Bust Vignette I II 33 Henco E, Hendry, Inc.,Co.conveyed, Fla., 1000.to Frank missioners of the city of Moore Haven,

: 1- 1I Tranter, Lot 1, Midway Acres Sub., Florida will receive bids at the city hall in

i :'1' Only 1I ,) -.' 1I I Part Frank 1, 1000.Tranter conveyed to Hen said city by April 16 1963 at 8 o'clock for

: t a Full selection Poses $ ,,,'; novaslI co, Inc., Lot 129, Midway Acres the purchase by the highest bidder and sale
i [; 1' to .... Sub., Sheet 2. Sec. 7, T 44 S, R 33
.. I E, Hendry Co., Fla., 1000. by the city
C adults included in this offer bI Louis and Mary F. Carstensen

I 5 p.m. conveyed to Thomas R. Warren, a
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We will limit pictures to one ((1)) to a family. We will photograph additional children j I parcel of land In Sec. 32, T 43 S, R The Old City Hall
or adults on approval. or bring the entire family and have a group portrait, 82.00 32 E, being 5 acres, more or less,
I extra for each additional person. Parents must select proofs. I 1300.

Thomas H. and Mary Kennedy 1 Oil Heater

I Jones conveyed to the Trustees of
l GIDDENS I FURNITURE COSTR I and for the First Methodist Churchof 1 Air ConditionerThe
Clewiston. Fla., Lot 10, Blk 203,
F.ET CLEW14TON J Clewiston, Fla., 11100.
4 s r i91 .o C 6602am'_ r Thomas H. and Mary Kennedy

Jones conveyed to the Trustees of Board of City Commissioners reserves

and for the First Methodist Church the right to refuse all bids.
i TOTAL PERFORMANCE of Clewiston, Fla., Eft Lot 11, Blk
: 203 Clewiston, Fla., $300.
Babcock-Florida Company conveyed
to Central and Southern '... DORIS .GREEN
Florida Flood Control District,
f lands In Government Lots 2.. 3 and City:Clerk
4. Section: I', T 43 S. R 28 E, Hem-
i dry Co., Fla., $9,400.
Kenneth C. Marantette conveyed I ,. LOUISA' \ STOREY

to Central and Southern Florida I
Flood Control District, lands In MayorFRANK'S.JteCrket,
Government Lots S and I, Section

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i In this toughest of all stock car events, mechanical failures yet sticks to the road tar.'.)If f you haven't driven one lately;
claimed over fifty per cent of the starting field. But of twelve you cant really know what a new Ford Is like.Remember.U It'.' SMALL SPARE:
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-r-- ,,,,'.dy.wrrrrrrl:... t I MeGehet. ahartcli s first plat honon -I bare and RAM Egnew who IMTW, Jkb; Loa DldcubsC5 ui.cAs-.sct fS: VStbu&Uan a4l2 rei. m find, I '.t'.It--:-CLEWW1. ;TON li'la.1. .. trZWS. ._'Than. Apra} n. IOU '
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Countrf.IUD A Ringer Tournament with Improvement Young Eugene HIM who did '\rrr7'N'\ c. p !OperationAt The operation of the co-op U CWUoltTANHI

to toe made on Fridays weD on the school golf team U) Rotary ClubBob unique> in Florida cane growing' OBITUARY We want 1* xtead Car" deeper
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progress and win con Brit year in the game scored 42 la that *H of tt* tratuportatioala tppaecietlOO 'tt 1 drresione for',
Notes .time through May. Prizes will go w recently: Lee handled by motor vehlclel. PerVt many Mod +de'e4. the expreO "ona
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., 'to low scorers and the personnel director ol MM. ETA ... HtEU
retdStta\ >fui! most ion.Ttmwrrow't Corky Blair Who. atoomrfUhedMs l the SugaiCant Growers of Florida able raps Mug been constru-4e of triejidsW gyNatand li' best nine hole, 4v tena one' Obprn-fttlve, Belle Glad. was which move from field to Sold! Mrs Eva M. Myers. 13. of La- tended to M during the fttoet*'andtattt
A Par Battle w prize will go to the onitinuelt. He purred No. 0 with i I gutMlpeakcr, the Rotary lunch: curing the harvest Belle passed away' 'Thursday at, of air beloved Mrsband'fi'lather
tiled for Lad** Day FkldarCoatestanta low net player; second prize MIl: drive and J chip shotaf Gent ttougt) ton ***** the dewlsfen tart Man- The co-op employe 2SO domestic, : Hendry General Hospital :
., a.arded poiAte go la. the entrant with moet four chalked up another M Ernie Ooraette day farm workeri, ICO In the office sad Funeral serviaei were held Monday Panda were lb very thought
were en IRt\'AMrI 1. Z t.I each for 1Ad pars 10 Ingrid 'l' -Club ChinplowhiBla played two -holt reundl aft '"rit>i3 the, organization of the lar.el1lrom off-short lot the'" bar Home in Fort MIen, with ReV other 4UAdDaM ,ant a tlelp'orwllcb
1 and I!. The iv era ( ppeeokd S the'Men's Club Championship week, cd-p"'wkldi !has Jl firmer mem* 'veit. laid le The payroll pour, Dune ZoUer officiating. war will always bt grate

an4'tor failiW 1o parRooks numbers Etherton defeated BIB Baker bd Among the ladles, Ruth Motile bees, and hall recently completed at 12,700.000. Belle Glade annually; Into circulation The dtraastd is 1 tvrvtd V her The Wtldron Family ,\
pollitt Addtt Msttson finally broke that SO and with a Its first grinding; season!nits '
e. NeU W won from Joe Hendry IUV4 daughter, Mra Thetaia Hamptoq,
and Lee the co-op Mode and Bat "
I Rick then took Glenn to the KWj! I non number II! In, a different {nflbon ..1nIU at Belle Glad. ''He visualised operation ,El Centro Calif.Interment Johnny Cal
at a tribute to the early worker *I tint apert 'MM weekend in Fort]
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holt kttort he gave in Zemonek round she tagled No. T, said co-op represent r total
tafcWthese who pioneered the area and was In Fort Myers Lattaeedatd wish the lormefilfttri.
Are yon won from Bill Prewitt only" to lose .Gwen Hart scored a 9 on No. t '. > who developed lot. raw Evergladatland Cemetery holiser, Pi'esOasu' .II.
W*:; to Campbell Nail who had previously and a a on N. 0. but ala, not ia NIle Into a productive ares* Frank Jssen who spent the j

.1 downed Morrison. &the same round. Nonet .Carlo ,Dickey: presided It the fart tkret arts to tdrttrl her ate:
financial lei Carl Ferrara won from Leroy A ..1t.ODNo., 4 kepl.Elabi. netting and Gene Filter Introduced | MnMadjvf M. QMMBft tar. ring BasSO 'Mme"** Bond]

., I Bare and Warren HoweQ; lost a McIntyre from the *. *., Sawa. vtaati"',"" the speaker I Marion Moawc CaMs ..bai JaMandry > SlMtt gas slim ta Jwr Acme f ffat
'Of) all Anerio&D tiiilHR: ,I Close babel with Parkinson. Lama Berner'i 5J was quite aaplishmept aeeea. rli ell ecavAycT John SUtt was Inducted tato few .. Gtawal UiaisUl IfraW Mftgtoa, JsMsslMsMtMe), Caaada4

'tire not 'pH **:. MMwM Corky Blair who, had won from. aha has golfed. that punuant to the the, classlflcstloo! CatUt wss,n ytara o of age, A.Mrthref vtatt to ts* Mssas/ ; I IJ"I'I"
73 against f fpersonal : OUphaat., Ed Dean and FrankMottley ,Nice to have Mwglt MaaateM Chapter lo 7t. Law ot Raising: Commercial.Paatoti Ariwwaar lie .seas ,a 'HH'"'
property, or JIIMMM have not played their back. Sht scored a W elIertag. I the$> Booth tb.Boerd riorido.ftt tuaees.,,
liability. match; 'tha.winner win meet Otto herself to death en I beta Wtstrtei has c uM4 to Survivor iadixak alt. will Mra.

IdonH Mew walatwllee Lama and Parkinson will contend i ,I w Ind u'n4 baSest of -JO at the MmlntOB.tt Reed. I tli7 cMb lnllH Mary Carter .of 0......, sad;: .StedauShterar.Mr1.'ewaes Mai,

73 on thee rw.IIure ..d with Carl Ferrara. Glenn + S of TSouth rtortd News, ......... 'Od1*,*,'The rr
Nt. Ether on and Campbell Nail,have 'l Hill T. Dtttrtet top its year
other household p;. .. .. Ut day,of NoTtntr Mr*..M. C, Heater of Ckwlaton;
risk 6nenc Ml M o' advanced to the seml-flaali and &rftcoMt IMCae tae the ,Ilitrtay. .{ Rematofeg. : Mrs C. Troop, >>.. J. 8.Mn. Qe'ytlwla\ .
DoII't u're .* "* : will be pitted against each other >ea.wa MI4 budget ehe amount a*.fl( 'I'M.] ,VtraMt ....mer..a. B. Me- Attnta meter, Ma,. Y
Nee )'O prols M ,to'11M Ladles Division. XvtlynVfwgta Unbeaten Md uwcore* Por.It'' btbar tax per acre i e.ewtry Dime O, A.Pratt C'M. Pirklt.tfttttt Md ... Swrlty Mag4aaartBay. bulb l

.1 "..., "t' lost to Jean Roland -who HOI suddenly bat brokell out traaa 4 ppor for tMkaSe the ''year vttbt tit V. Sekooeh Gloria Roland aad'oat brother, Bd Carter.
L' firth meet Addle McGchet. Addle ''baa base nnlntwlk'liTtkirVirtoT'of Jack Moaley, Jose flantitMtban of Arkansas. ,
squeaked through over Margie \the pack.and unless somebody dose Loubt .MBfcr, :Martha Green, Funeral ..ry1oea.... held Sunday PIZZA ,4 ',
Bndry but it took extra holtbr some solving of te superb Pales ti>* 3
one tto MM MHto; Wo Jtaman Moarlgnes.Howard L.Bu-: aftanMtn at *e. tauiiinHai t*
:..r\: .. a sudden death. After winning plteUag 'ai cr soon there. 'IltOg111wlll seas +at +tea ..... MM. Mark LtAgdala. DooaWWayajtBagntd God with KM. Matar, Iw, TtaaAttee ,
',' torn Utah Florentine FrincesortjaB : the d. :ia ( ,Mktrtsi Greer Kar- 1.
1 be-no race Mt 1o a- 11:H kay F. Hmbral., oOMatiag.latermtflt .' ,
is matched against Ruth toast :Confcresee'i '}.' baseball m s. A.D.< IHJ' ftt en Winajard BeaeB K.M, 'Paul was ia Foil Mayatea.. r
Beardshyi JIIMie,.who had previously beaten season.' KM lontlt ruorM* 'car' bells Rent. Henry Armour, with Paulson Funeral Beget to ..Sind oai
-" .. Pat Baker*,Hit'finals'will be be. While'the' leaden continued tHate ima day to drat mars. s.tN M. Sash. chine : ,
uuUfaDCe twttnjfce victor bf the RoUnd-Mc- bo BoioMarr far+teobNntlon.'gad .PsOeei. :Dleohsge4f: ---:.. ? .
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: 'N winning ,wayt In .the past ,rlnr .
.. Oense match and the winner of the Matt Mi.JiIIrit.; Ortaa,
Semi TOED Hlgt runaerup leviers Bta. caaw re car uM budget .
1M EMI Segedsd ....... match. between Morgan and MotU cropper and surprising Belle Ola* 4r of A HI,, A.DV 'hell: )IoIIef, b.e'' asebs iMwrtha /
Tour Independent Jay* has pulled into the runnerup pastton. *- DA connm.lt"Tho" Arrtagton, Lot 'WMttea, !'
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j' ,Misted on the fairways are Bar Forest. BIB tnotd Rivlto hfttt').... w. C. Speeeer\ h., ; Ti1

unbeaten status wmY:a non-tot Board of.55w :'Sara' ...* Iboween ........iH. ::
lug 7-S,dtdaaon Ttttaday UsA 1 i........""" > ..Ma Athaara !Ruby "
in league play Friday tta" Tab i........ Where, awl : : '
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I followed] by aa 'Open House ..'t' .
((1'Ja.\) NEWS, Thun.. April Jl, 1903asajllall be a combination vetetsbiepeequ. "" I.
Poj9 THE a.XWISTON GirlSharks the local Post home Invitations
_. Tiger Odd day tor Cattlemen, dairymen "
and vegetable growers Cattlemen to attend the Meier dmUtattoc: art
and dairymen will hear reports being sent to an Legion potts in
i Win, on research finding and observe Florida THE / :

Y I pasture trials from 1 to i S .

The CSewiston Tiger Shark drIa'.win p.m.grower J't tun i win 3 hear to 5 reports p.m. vegetable and tounearby Navy' Blue Angels S ) '
r f team won their first match\ experimental, fields mita'oleResl'Qurant
last Friday b7 de
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the season ; Speaking during the pasture set Coming to Pahokee ,
I testing the Lee Jr High team 111 ,
Ifon wffl be Dr. A E. Kretschmer
Fort Mynrs The boys team wa Jr., ant Woman. C. Baysltp, both The u.s. Navy'a famous "Blue
i less fortunate aril lost u the of th,\ laritan River Field Labora Angela" fifing team will be cite
\ I neighboring town. May ,antf 'W O Genung and Dr. of the major attractions at the
Include first
Meet highlights of the Everglades Spring HamsFeiUval
L H. Chapman: : Jr Jayeee-sponaored
places by David Beardtfey, 200 yd.' : Experiment Station. Topic to be held la Pahokee ___
freestyle; Steve Bell 200 yd. ind- demonstration of a" ,
'" will Include fertilization, Insect 2S-2S The
: vidual medly: and 100 yd. backstroke : stunt
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and variettes. by the "Angels"be
control, legumes grass timing p
Joanne Wood 50 yd. tree-
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J' abort and those who want to
style; Quit Mazxina, 200 ,.s. Individual Vegetable growers win hear see them should make It a pointto :.i$ .\;.
medly and 400 yd. freestyle ''Dn. J/H. Orsenlgo and J. A. WinChester b* along the lakefront promptlyat Extends
,4.r. Terry Moore, 100 yd. butterfly and .
:of the Everglades) Experiment 1 ::00 p.m. on Sunday April 28
r' 100 yd. backstroke; Bobble Wa Station and Harelip and Dr. The demonstrations will be mostly ',.{: :
Second were won by Sus-
ft ,. places Robert E..Stall of the Indian River over De lake and best vantage
t<<.. 100 yd. freestyle .
FtoM Laboratory..Herbicides, nematodes points would be on the dike ,of
Butchart SO yd. freestyle; Connie fi GREETIf
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Stanley 100 yd.' breaiUUxAeDavid : cold protection: and chemical along theNNumerous Ukefront ,, .
: BODON tt OUT M eleee Har -at first base. Trailing Mat Beardkley, 100 yd, butterfly: eontroU' arc some of the subjects other attraction have ,' ,. ..,

I, ft. ...*.the THreni made aa aselUa fane .f tt will a rally to the Steve Sexton, .400 yd. freestyle, :Jerry ,that wffl be discussed.Indian RiverScM been lined up by: the Jayceaa tor '\
\ 'r kereaM tmhg asat were;HMfly wits by Fabtke M la the Simeeast Maxham, 100 yd. breaststroke Presiding over the Whelehel, St the four days of fellt1vl .. Among ,, '.
day will be Hugh
: ,afternoon la return them are a missile display from
Cealereate gaata frkUyNBWS, MATr PHOTO. Tuesday a .
) : t -. maJ.cb' the local were less fertusv Lade Agricultural Extension agentMarvel Cape CanvaeraV a science displayby ] r.a'sw )s ,
ate and lost bott'matches to Fort reminds growers that a Bell Telephone Company, also ,:\
Myers Jr. High held la Sandy field dagr will also be held at the otter, ,science displays from the .
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Mlwood tub-station on May aMEIER ;
a Seminole Indian exhibit, :
Sen. pooL 1:11 pm.;, cape: ''',fI"I., ..
First places were won. \>7. Quits : where'' yoil Jean buy 'genuine In ;'.', '', .
Mazzina. 180 ,eL individual medly dian-made handicraft and hear J ')
and 400 yd freestyle; Sara Cato. the history of the Seminoles from aril Yo NT ""itt'the'
40 )'d. backstroke Maxzina, Stanley Chief Billy Diced Chief Osceol: ,
: Waters, Moore MO yd. freestyle Is also an ordained Baptist minister "(
on Sait&t Sunday ; relay Steve Bell. 100 )'d. individual and he will conduct religious
j !! madly and 100 7d. backstrokes services Sunday morning They ,5IMIi ,
; Jerry Maxham. 40, 'ydbreaststrok pill also have the Seminole Princess .
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*. elected annually; from all :
,; Second places, Cato Pearcy Oil the tribes of the Seminole Nation. .L ,: .
';, AT plant Wood leg yd" medly relay: There will be a parade Including '
Bobbie Waters 200 yd. freestyle, Pahokee and Belle Glade Blab For Good Food 1 at Rtwondble Prices'l,

and 100yd. freestyle; Joanne Wood, School bands, perhaps otter bends
40 yd. frcestyto, Tarry Moore,.80yd. from around the lake, since all ;("?A'<* ."
; THE butterfly and 1M yd., backstroke school: have been Invited to bring iyiv
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):.J/io/ i I. "e ; ',ScOly 'OUphat0 :ydbreastetrokei their bands EaerSuaer,: .timeATTENTION
Connie Stanley, 100 "Exhibits.win include agricultural iny
yd breaststroke, David Beardsley. products under the direction of
/ 80 )'do butterfly and 40 yd, backstroke Associate County Agent John
BrakeBftk ; Jerry Maxham, 100 yd. Causey; livestock exhibit under the
Cane jreaiUuxke, Bell Sexton Max direction of N. R. Norman' agriculture .
ham. Beardsley: 100 yd.,madly relay ,.teacher at Pahokee High
; MeConvWe, ,Worth :Fletcher; School; sugar exhibit under the direction r Y 1.MA 1 M
'" Edwards; 1M :yd. resale relay of Robert Apelgren of Sugar '
;iJ. The flaial team swimming match' Cane Growers Cooperative of .
\ will be held Tuesday, April tt at Florida; also exhibits by U.s. Su,-
';' ": ,,, ... Cured C. S. Mott Swimming Pool against It Corp,' and other auger compan
J. ." ':' .,', t""" Sugar .. Ham. LeeJualer, Blab of' Fort Myers JeI.'J.'IIere will be an automobile Farmers Canes and Ranch
/ "" (f"J. ( I Meet Urn*.Is,,S:90 and the public exhibit valet the direction of Warren "

or a to eavdlafiy iwvitoA attend. lOAf Rapper, and Warren' racing LOOK TO Th ;' : AND
,; .. ..... Corvette all (his tropUes Will
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Three
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iUeMenBy Good l Friday'At A lAw Cat Farm (..
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,. .tf .. ...: ... .. ". .f ".. ,... (, large statewide audience Is..- LAW BANt WAN'N91 ,
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'. 1 MBLSMABPE peetad at the,Laka Wales Amphitheater Pre+byter n Church: Farlah' del TeKcftoasMe
i I .,'Three more vegetable held days (n Sunday,.April 21, when. ......' .
,,; ,(#hI 'o1.-: ;' *|jriorida' growers have been anrnnuiad Uu American Legion will pay sperial There will be Good Friday Communton ....... .... ...., a' fir. .
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}y a .t ,d J K Marvel, tribute to,Jaeet Meier well Service wID4 .eIII et ... itosi
t. I Mason at the
; '.' I'' M!, ", .I.> by vegetabas Community ........ II ...abwe. a itays it sack,
e I''A __ C ::. CO-1.t.: cropa apacialtot with meVtntedtore mown producer and director Of the Presbyterian Church .t. o'clock: ....... ..... '
,, ,' a ague --8.. A.d.-a. Pe198S / :Xxtoaaioa Hessian Black Bills Paaatoa Play as one bf Friday naming, aaaaunces the pai- vends* 0a...sI Ittalii *. farm
i H enterprise.
h .. .' 01 the Said the .....'. outataadiag oUtotns.Arthur tor BevT {
',' '& and loa"" ; Heagy H Fort ONLY A ...... .... ,
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,.... "" f: :. : 'I Florida. :FtoM. Laboratorytaampkatoe state .minminjii n t: Oe' Legion. I. l..Mutahee .......... ,
,:, : : : Apr3114.1:W p-m, Department e<:Florida,'' will deliver L'....... .... (.... .. ,
,h', Hmit!! "!I kye4e: ''and: ImHer' 4Celfoeertea ladles River Ftekt' 'Laboratory" the pttoeipal address Mffa- Edw sPhning .. .......... ,., '........
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HELP WANTED THE CLEWISTON (Fla. NEWS. Thurs., April 11, 1963 Page I S

I IF D'AD ., MALE or FEMALE .

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yUkon 3.1201- A ATKINS ROUTE in this area :
PHONE
is open for semi-retired man, or
RATES: Four cents HOUSE FOR RENT-5 rooms fur- lady. Many semi-retired people

Word per inlerUoD. 70 cents -nlsaed. Phone YU 2.1236. May2 earn $50 to $100 per week dependIng Events and News Of Our Colored .
InsertionsFDR Community
l2Ie price; four of three.f. rn $cJalJi\ 1 qs.rO; I t a t on time devoted to route. Also :is

tor the have 1 full time route open. Maybe MRS. JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor
you can qualify For persona :

Interview In your area, write J. M. Phone TU 3-1298 1'1

FOR McGarity, Box 627, WUllston Floe
SALE Parrakeets. $2.00 ida. Apr411.18c Hendry General Student Honored Brumfield wish to express their ;1
RENT up. Mynah birds African love sincere thanks and deep apprecla-'

ATTENTIONProspective birds, monkeys, cafes, supplies Hospital Note in US. tlon to their many friends for their
Pet Navy )
boarding Thompson Wild kindness
home during their recent hoursof
buyers (or Animal Farm. TELEPHONE BOOK Patients Remaining:
Phone YUkon 2- bereavement and sadness. We
bath and prl-! commercial) I am seeking employment 1238. Neville Grant, John Adams Der-
ROOM. private tfc are grateful to each and all of
can -
Gentleman only. save you many m vent Wauchope: Bessie Washington -
entrance. DELIVERY HELPMEN for act of kindness and
'ale can handle planning hn] you every
Vera Mae
Drive. Phone YU 3tfc- procec FOR SALE Haywood. Myles
Payroll
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envelopes consolation God
Eo CIrcle; urea and complete May shower His
construction.: printed wtlh form for social security OR WOMEN with antomoblU Belford Dennis Harden Ovid Ap- richest blessings along path.
h Write George Kendall Box '785, withholding and other de are ndol to deliver telephone plewhite, Edward Williams R01- :your
Trailer Clewlston. Fla. tic ductions. book. In moat aria. to Clcwliton. land Copeland, Lyndon Vickers Respectfully
Trailers and Box of
500.
RENT Clewiston Moor Margin. LaBoll and Glade.
The Brumfleld and
Royal Palm Trailer News Office. I County Full or port-day.. Automobile Walter Payne Alberta :King, Annie Family
spaces DID YOU EVER get caught standing Liability. Insurance I. reqllirod.Dell..r Kate McCray Evelena Johnson I Mr. Ransom JoeWe
rt, Phone YU 2- 3. tfcR In the rain on someone'door itarU about April II Percy Lee Johnson John K. Sulli '
I Plop do not call the Telephone
FOR SALE OR i
1-bed- step waiting for an answer to TRADE-Boat Motor Company. Th. Child Labor Law van. Wm. Gilleaeple.
RENT-Unfurnished and Trailer 75 hp Johnson under IS I wish to express our thanks
your knock or ring? Remember prohibit anyone years oat Patients discharged:
duplex apartment for motor 15 ft. Glasspar boat Gator from helping In the work or b* I to our friends for their kindness
roolll how you felt trying to be Al Bertha
tic patient,, Ins In your automobll. while the Johnson Roy James
21891. Trailer. YU at the time of the Illness and passing -
pie fir Phone but knowing full well you were getting 25101. Apr.4-25c work I. train* don. Bind came, addru Morrison Joshua Dockery: Don
2 and 3 room rur. soaked to the skin. Be telephone number, a**, In- Gill John Hall, Albert Carton of our baby son Kenneth Earn-
R RENT kind to .urano. Company, typo of auto, and est Cox. Our burdens were lifted by
bed apartment. Phone 21271tfc your web footed friends but for BEST Power Mower Boy EVER hour available on a pot card to John Weekly, Harry Hall John kindness We that the
II those who are not (web footed that America's safest best cutting. Directory Dlit. AMOOlat. e/o Box Cherry Leslie Bailey Ethelbert your pray
Hi, CUwliton Fla. Ap. lie
RENT-W5 per month. Office is) have a door hood installed by- easiest handling, least messy and Jones Clinton Banner George Williams best of everything! In life will come

)H or small business space : see advertisement on page two! 2tc easiest starting. Not a reel or WANTED Ellsha Byfleld Herold Hlne your way.
space
,
Office. See Ab- rotary. Exclusive "Cycle-Safe": Respectfully:
from Post W. G. PERRY Tax
row Consultant
cutters. When you have used this t Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Cox i
phone YU 2-5971. Activities of the Junior
r Vane, or Complete Income Tax Service mower you'll never be satisfied MORTGAGE MONEY WANTED- ;

Aprttfc Phone YU 27841. with any other make. Fully guaranteed Excellent security 8%, 3 year Women Missionary

JOB RENT-Bedroom with private 4/15c For other details see loan. Complete detail to responsible BIRTHSMr.

bath. Phone 26881. W. E. LETA ROSEBOOM. Agent parties Phone YU 23421. CircleThe

Uy. tfcjOR KILL ROACHES with Diazlnon I at 210 E. Sugarland Hwy. Junior Women Dorothy Woodward ,a native and Mrs. Henry Lee Johnson -

RENT-1 bedroom furnished with your garden hose. Spray the or 333 E. Pasadena evenings Circle: sponsored a program Missionary In observance ef Clewliton, has recently re- I are the proud parents of a
outside of home solved her third stripe to the baby girl born 8 In
Apartment. 615 E. Trinidad. Ph. your every six Apr25c of Palm Sunday at April Hendry
months and be free of roaches 'REAL ISTATlFOR UJS. Navy She Is stationed General Hospital weighing 7
tfc Friendship Baptist Church Sunday I
66B Costs as little as $6.50 plus a few FOR SALE-1M DUCATI MOTOR. 7. The IB Washington D.C. pounds, 1 ounce.
morning April was
program
OR RENT-Large modern bedroom moments of your time. See us to CYCLE. LIKE NEW. YU 21821. presented as follows: I

kitchen utilities telephone day. CORBIN FARM & RANCHSUPPLY. Apr4-25c r Devotion Sister Carrie B. Walker I LAWN SERVICE

id TV privileges. Phone 2-8191 Aprttfc FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath ; prayer, Rev C. L. Smith; song year of 1953. She joined Friendship Efficient and Friendly

,-.dogs! tfc SINGER SEWING MACHINE ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS I CBS house, Extra large carporteand "At the Cross": ,,congregation; Baptist Church when she came to I We want Your BusinessWe

representative will be at Gld- Guaranteed. $19.95 down, $14.04 utility room. Excellent North scripture Sister ;Talmadge Moody: this area. Ceremony In detail was aim to satisfy

OR RENT -bedroom house fo dens Furniture Store each Friday per month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. Side location Phone 27791. tic selection, No. 1 choir; welcome as follows: Allen's Lawn Service
rent Furnished..508 WK Trinidad .. YU 27151. tic Processional: ; selection choir;
For parts, sales, service, stop In Sister B. S. Bobo; selection: No. :1 TTJkon 1448Elbort
r 2-3248 after 430: p.m. Itp GOOD INVESTMENT-2 bedroom Invocation Rev. Clifford Smith:
or call YU 8-6721. tic FOR SALE-18 ft fiberglass boat, Atlantic and Saga choir; reading Sister Mildred Dlx- scripture Rev. Lee Jenkins selection Allen Jr., ProprietorWillie's
house corner ;
R RENT New, modern, completely on solo. Clyde Blackman Introduction
; -
DRESSMAKING, AND ALTERA- 50 hp. Johnson motor and Murry more. Rents for $75 mo. unfurnish- ; "Jesus Keep Me Near the
furnished f wo v bedroom of, speaker Sister Geneva .
TIONS. Mrs. Arthur Meske trailer 310 Alverdez. Itp Cross; choir
YU ed. Call YU 25701. May2i ; as a friend and
xue traQer, 10'x55' Call Juanlta Hollls, speaker Sister Vera L.
32011. mother, Mrs. M. X. Black
0'1 YU 3-136VOC. Ylf ,-3631. Apr4c FOR SALE-1 NEW MORRIS Bros WhlUield; a corsage made, up of ; as a
neighbor Mrs. J.
S. Gajadha fa
; Shoe Shine StandGive
tic BLUM & SONS PLASTERING 2-horse 'railer. 2 gelding horses DEMAND GREATER THAN flowers of, the club colors was pre-
vorlate
"The
Old of
song
Very Best Work especially gentle for children. J. EVER tor houses acreage bus!'- sented the speaker; remarks Dea- Zion," choir Ship your shoes that shine
; acknowledgements
We Save You Money J. Wynn WH 63371. Moore Haven I nesses. We have customers wait con Caleb Davis, response Sister smile,
cards telegrams, Mrs Bertha
Fla. ing. List your property with us Susie Beckton offering Sisters Alabama Street, HarlemMr.
kkeeper Wantedull Petering, Simulated Stone AprU-18 ; Jones .
J. E., Beardsley. Ph. YU 27501. Shep Harris and Mildred Dixon; ; solo "Steal Away, Mrs Willie L. Teanr. ....PI'IeterJulia'
Stucco Free Estimate
FCV' SALE-1941 PONTIAC. Good tic Susie Beckton; acknowledgement
time benediction Rev. C L. Smith.
experiehc- Licensed and Insured shape. Can be seen 310 Alver- of flowers Mrs. Eddie J. Moody;

:d Bookkeeper need- 23 Years In Business dez. Itp resolution Mrs. Alvenla Cronies:
3850 Lora Street LOT OWNERS-CBS homes 100 obituary, Mrs. Mattie Hilton; eu- Beauty Nook
:d at once., Good salary Fort Myers, Fla. tic FOR SALE-1960 16-ft. Owens fiberglass per cent finance. 2, 3 and 4 bed- Personal MentionMrs. logy Rev. L, Holmes; viewing of

ED 7-0171 or OX <-287'' boat with 80 hp Mercury room homes complete home on remains; recessional.She EXCLUSIHAIR STYLES
and working con- KIDS I NEED EXTRA PIN electric motor with alternator and your lot no down payment no closing Estelle Craig left the <& leaves to mourn her passing Personal Care To Your Hair
jailer. Brand new windshield awl cash required. 15 Sunday April 7, for Orangeburj. Mrs Julia
iitions. Call WYman cost no years a mother Mrs. Elizabeth Williams Mae Sales I
MONEY? We
buy paperback
S.C., to be at the bedside of her
top. Motor has less than 100 hours at 6 cent simple Interest, 1
per payable father Proprietor
-2245orYU books. Or if :you like to read trade mother Mrs. Lucia Hugglns, who ; Mr. Herbert WU- 1w w
> ,2-1021 running time. Can be seen at 721 in part or In full at any time- hams; one daughter Miss Jeanette
for 1. Fuller's Store.
2 Country
Cortez. Phone YU Is sufferings from Injuries received -
2-7151 YU
or without penalty. Contact HenryFifers Brumfield three i I
; sons, Jessie
Apr4c
32571. from a fall April 3rd. Friendsare
tic district sales representatlve Prince Albert and John Carl Brum-

FOR SALE-2 settees (make a Box 274. South Bay Fla. or hoping that she will find her field Clewlston; two sisters Hilton's
mother
resting comfortably when GroceryGroceries
bed); good double bed; nice call WY 8-3579. Bunt and financed Misses Atlee and Ella Mae Williams

WELCOME NEW RESIDENTS: wardrobe cabinet; 1 portable TV; by Norley Construction Co., Inc.Apr18c. she arrives there Miami, Flt.jflve; brothers I Fresh Meats I

Clewiston Assembly of God six 27"x42" rugs. LaByer's Motel, Ronald Kerr Ntsssu; Charles. VegetablesCold :

215 S. FRANCISCO STREET YU 22891. tfc Among the out-of-town relatives Prince Albert and Herbert Jr. Williams Drinks Essential Items '

"Hie FOR sALE-59 FORD GALAXIE, REAL ESTATE in the city Sunday to attend the New York, N.Y.: Earnest We Appreciate Your Patronage
I
Friendly Church Behind the Cross"JAMES all power factory alrcondttloned. NORTHSIDE bedroom frame, funeral services of Mrs. Helen Williams Belle Glade Fla.; step. Mr. and Mrs. Thorstoa Hilton

KIMBREL Pastor Nylon whitewalls radio. 319 W. 10000. Brumfield were Mrs Maggie Rolle father Carl Brown Miami; two Proprietors
'asadena. AprtllcHelpUJautett NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame Mrs. Ruth Maxchell, Mr. and Mrs aunts Mrs. Maggie Rolle Miami;

."..............................aaaaaaaaaeasiasi! $9,000. Herbert William Jr., Mrs. Marie Mrs devoted Marlette Joseph, Nassau; a
Mr Ransom
ACREAGE as available. Atwell Mrs. Ella Mae Robinson companion

2 BEDROOM CBS. excellent condl- Miss Nelly Hepburn, Mr. and Mrs. Joe, Clewiston; and a host of relatives

,; : We: dltlon. Well sodded. Beautiful Carl Hannah Mr. and Mrs. Melly and friends. EMMA'S CHILD CARE

BUSINESS DIRECTORY I shrubbery fruit, utility room Mepburn Mr. Lou Moss, Mr. and Burial Booker T. Washington PROJECT

sprinkler system, $15.500. Mrs. Leroy McKenzie, Miss Wil- Memorial Cemetery Clewlston.

WAITRESS WANTED-APPLY IN 5 ACRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 helmlnla Kerr all of Miami; Mr. Reddick Funeral Home in chargeof Located on Florida Ave.,

PERSON. GLADES bath frame home. Hardwood and Mrs Earnest Williams. Mr arrangements. Harlem"If
SEE US FOR WALDRON'Sr RESTAURANT floors. and Mrs. Kenneth McKenzie, Belle

BOTTLED GAS tic 325 FHA HOMES In Broward Palm Glade Fla.; Misses Blandena and Funeral services for Mr. Rudolph

MEATS AND GROCERIES Beach and Dade counties various t Janle Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thompson will be conducted work you parents must

AppliancesSales Frank Denmead sizes and prices. Small cash McKenzie Lake Harbor Fla.; Mrs. Sunday aft4r>non at 2:30: p.m. at Your tots with us you can

payment. Johnnie Mae Vance, Sarasota Fla Friendship Baptist Church Rev.O. truit
-Stsfvice Open 7 A.M. 8 P.M. Licensed :Florida Real Estate FOR RENT Efficiencies and D. Williams pastor and offlclatlng. We guarantee expert care

Broker houses as available. The many friends of Mrs. Lula Burial Booker T, Washington When you bring your loved
POWER GAS SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Across from Fair Grounds select Mae Mixon Memorial Cemetery. Young ones here."
Over 1,000 vacant lots to are very sorry to bear
from for all purposes. Various that she Is, ill and confined to Harlem Funeral Home In chargeof Enclosed playground clean
For Your of Moment Picnics For Sale-1 bedroom
Spur faculties
prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. Belle Glade HosptlaL We extendour arrangements. pleasant environment

(CORPORATION frame house AND INCOME "Get Well Wishes" to her for Optional diaper sexy
Four Miles East of Clewiston ice. Hours 8 a.m. to S p.m.
fat excellent location next toshepplar PROPERTY: an early recovery.
CALL COLLECT center. Beaatifulgreiuds $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent Dist. 9 Music FestivalMiss Comprehensive liability coverage

South Bay WY 8-5521 Bare Beach and trees. Perfect for CBS construction: $25,000. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Albert for your protection.
'
retired couple. Inexpensive. This LONG TERM low Interest, farm Johnson are very proud to hear A. E. G. !Thomas English Apr4p

hone In perfect condition sad cane' grove and ranch mortgages that their baby son Al Gerome teacher and school pianist of Harlem -

WANTED famished. minimum 50000. Johnson Is much Improved and Academy was one of the ad-

Attention Cattlemen $440*. LISTINGS NEEDED resting nicely at this time. H. is judicators In District Music Festival -

Customers J. M. LANKFORDRer. expected: to leave the hospital in Fort Myers Florida, on

New Is the time (e consolidate For Sale-3 bedroom Real Estate, Broker won Mrs. Johnson is the former March 30. Elite Cafe andGrocery I

NO rev debts with a long term farm home and 17 acres 530 East Sugarland HighwayFire Miss Mangellne Johnson The other adjudicators were Mr.

EXPERIENCE lean, low Interest rates, with Auto and General Sterling '!Thomas choral director,
fenced and croes-feaeed., 1 tulle
Gibbs Junior College, St. Peters
from tows, excellent tree ef Insurance ObituariesFuneral
NECESSARY burg. Florida, and Mr. Walter
Federal Land Bank Clewlston. Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 ,
all varieties. Many *aU>all Jordan & Pridgen All en hard road A enee In a services for Kenneth Junior College West Palm- Home Cooked MealsGROCERIES
lifetime offer.Registered.
CiTIEs See er WriteW.R.MAY Earnest Cox the nine weeks old
SERVICE STATION Beach Florida.
I.- >ID son of Mr. and Mrs Earnest Cox 0
Real
Estate: The activities Included
program
were conducted Sunday afternoon,,
Salesman ,
PEARCY
BENDRY lies 686 Waleald Bonding DOUG soprano solos tenor solos button -
COUNTY a... none TV 3-1361 April 7, 1963 at 2 p.m. In the
Tae & Abstract Co. Bradenion, :FloridaEVINRUDE Ofe. Phone TU -3421 424 E. Sottrlaa4. Are. chapel of Reddick Funeral Home solos girls ensembles, boys ensembles FRESH MEATS
choruses and sight reading -
(Harlem) burial Booker T.
tille Juanita Johnson ; .
Afctraete-ntle of
Ins-ranee TAX SERVICE Washington Memorial Cemetery groups.
Pablo gas.gralaYetgDapileaUmg The schools represented were SCHOOL surruES
Reddlck Funeral Home In chargeof
Plnellas High School Clearwater; 1:ESSENTIAL! ITEMS
**n 8i. I arrangements.
and Park Ave.
deIIe Palmetto Florida: Booker High
N/ School Florida Smith- Clewiston News
Sarasota
e.2/1. ;
Ottac / Funeral services for the late

- Sales and Service STORE of OFFICE Mrs. Helen Brumfield were con- Brown LJncola: High Memorial School Arcadia High School; Dun-, I .

ducted Sunday afternoon April 7, '
W* BOMB DELIVERY New and Used Meters 1963 at Friendship Baptist Church bar High School Fort Myers; and Cold Drinks l''

aim Hardware with Rev. L. Holmes of E. O. Douglas School, Sebring.
Beach Marine pastor
Post FOR RENT
Miss Thomas reports that the Step By aad Be Refreshed
Parts aad Accessories New Bethel AME Church offlclatng. -

nd Tunes aMarine Safety Eoafpmeat The deceased was a native of festival Inspiring.was enjoyable educationaland e

-aD-: Phone YOks $- *" Florida, born In Miami March I
***. JIMMTJE: DAVIS ,1 1,250 square feet I 271926.; She had formerly lived atLake For
InformationCall
YU WALDRON Harbor where she joined the
R. E.
3-2621 Cards of ThanksThe
- Large,Display Windows, Mt Olive Baptist Church. She was YUkon 2-7651
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married to Mr. Jessie Brumfield r
Jar JIroInpt, ErflctentSr Newly DecoratedOn August I. 1941 and to this couple family of the late Mrs. Helen i I

e deUvery Tampa Tribune four children were born. She and

ThZ her family moved to Clewiston the WK14TLU4U W& TLJ.1Q W&ESTUNQ
Highway
tast of Atladc =F aadFt HARLEM ACADEMY GTMNATORICM

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Can obbPte' Myers urS' Thursday (Unlftt April 11, lIU

2Glddelu 1 + Big World's Championship Match f
NewsDPI
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W. O. CAMPBELL General Admission Adulte $1." Chfldrea 8te

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People Read J. E. Beardsley, Real Estate Satanl.BENEFIT,. April DANCE U, 11(3 UI

SPOT ADS Harlem Recreational Han
'lAD AND AUTO TICJI I JUJr
Featuring the Music of Bobby Williams
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Page 10 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS Thurs., April 11, 1963IT equipment transportation modern colors. such R41rac
of the separate chemicals ray
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as :
facilities and the incentive
distribution
of private profit if farm BANK NOTES . . I lit Malcolm The Sprites grow only! 12 to U mate or wettable Spergoy; rP
I inches tall. They are "back-sav
is to be Increased.
production
era" since they require no staking Activities
FRO T There have been reports, alsothat \\IHIIf Push sawn crrmNQ Or
the lid is being clamped on individual 1 1 'ICUDOt 011IO &CI EP 10 IUIID AIRJRSIIIG as protection against March winds March is fertilizer!
MODERN NaASpIOReNamnuaNCINeOt Instead of orbiting skyward, the tUne,
,
production from privately i@IIORgTIteNe,A tOCtLeou azaleas and Ci'
> fOR camellias
'V' owned plots which have been pro- +uwm' ,ugl.OANED1Nafg60.000NWWP, hybrid vigor is spent on multiple tlon of special aeid III Vas PPk'!
colorful
viding much of Russia's meat, Iy roRmNexaK'mtt.i flower stems that give eye soon as they are fta&wdLl
DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONI" milk, potatoes and cabbage. The appeal log Lawns too '
reason: too much time spent by; These new snapdragons blend give are CeDeral
FLORIDA the farmers on their own little pro- nicely into a mixed border and plant food them a Wtl!

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE duction acres and not enough on produce several displays of blossoms Some
the big collectives. before succumbing to summer "professionsis"nebd 1!
I i temperatures or heavy rains. I the grays a quj
green-up application
In recent moves to improve production close to big cities and I was surprised to read in one It's not too late to plant snapdragons gen fertilizer Most of h1g
farm production in Soviet Russia industrial centers, chewed out the: recent news account an admission If you don't procrastinate may like to stick toT
Premier Krushchev is like the man agricultural ministry and inspectors by Mr. Krushchev that "you cannot another day. Also if Sprite Is not fertilizer made
who jumped on his horse and rode who he said don't know what drive a man to Heaven with a available, try a variety that is amounts of up of
,off in all directions.The they're talking about; and denounced whip. You cannot drive men to heat tolerant Such varieties will and potassium. Amount hos nv_
premier nil been proposingall as anti-state practice the communism with a bayonet"I'd likely adjust to our warm spring pends on the soil tour
rotation of by grass-plantin like add weather and produce flowers long' An average*,
sorts of ideas to Soviet farmers crops to that you can'tinduce i will need about
: t -even 'a suggestion that they farmers in Byelorussia and the men to produce efficiently euiwasc CCIKYIMER uP 1O1aSINCe1,41.CREDIT K aia er. B-M (or similar 25 JOUDda) II
f'j consider raising more camels to Increase Baltic states.Reading unless you give them an adequate \ VI. Another suggestion is to pun 1.000 square feet of fertilize,)
And he has I I incentive. You'd think the lawn area
"I milk production. Communists 'dMewjl44rH' chase three-Inch high plants from wake it up from its
ordered still another reorganization the reports of Mr. would recognize that If: your garden supply store This will winter m,.
a ,1 I 'of his agricultural ministry with a Krushchev's latest remarks to his they do-and some of them may- give you a head-start on your The best time to fertilize li ,
new chief to head it. It's the fourth agricultural commissars will give they can't afford to admit it because eU neighbors who planted seeds several I. the ground is moist As loon J
change in 10 years. The last previous you some idea of why we Americans to do so would be to admita U nw weeks ago. plant food is applied be 111I1',
organization lasted little more find it difficult time basic weakness in their system. : water the lawn well to ,
many .aI If you already have a bed of possible burn

than a Private ownership and profIt damage by
year. to fathom the reasoning behind tall variety of snapdragons underway raw:
Mr. K. also recommended to his Kremlin are the Incentive that have fertilizer materials While w.
policies. be sure to pinch out the topsof
(zing the
people that they eat corn flakes For example he chargedthat powered the progrew of Amer. grass. don't forget I
the plants after reach 8
lean I they shrubbery and i
agriculture and Industry.For AAERn4AMBm NEW JERSEY annualf-ther ,
he down
when
and potato chips because, bureaucracy bop
Inches in height This will induce
aat.5MReAoIvee NEWS80YS ANEADsARtw.eupoxuc4ANO need a light
was in America he found them farm production and attacked those Incentive Common- \ bottom branching and will insure application of foot(J
ism tries y keep them
to aubstitnte growing at
slogan
"nourishing tasty and pleasant.1 those farm managers who expect CAREER $ IV tPOSITING! that will produce bloom top i
you more
He suggested Increased vegetable to obtain Increased milk directives and authoritarian Put OF THEIR BWNINGS"' Mil spikes If you didn't get the call*:
dictatorship.It's BONU6HUN1HSIR OWN SANK per plant. bulbs started
output simply by polling resolution during February
and directive Cows; obvious the cows in Russia aM'INOaAarouNTi. __ If you are after tall stems and them in the ground now You', 1
t
LEARN' TO OPERATE! don't read resolutions and directives China and Cuba need to be fed long spikes for cut flowers then find these large-leaved planU i
HEAVY EQUIPMENT he said so to get and treated like the cows in AmerIca stake the plants when they areS ful for edgings or as a Urge IDI"

....r. f. ... .<. bMTymtmt. ".''- more milk you must five them IF they are to give as much healthy color, drying branches and make good cut flowers and pro- inches high. Staking will pre- planting to add color to your j
Tk... U .( ... milk as American cows give. ButIt vent the plants from falling earth-
.M. < .are. ,more fodder. In general make poor growth. duce pink white crimson and rose They like acid soil and the 11I:1:
.ede4 tm.,<..t..hBlldlaf. w. ...(. Fn.whlahwg bathe face of it, that sounds looks like they never will be so Trees will usually perk up their colored blossoms. ward and making an unsightly general conditions suitable
....,..... _..tiea at has been long as Communist policy sets the "U-turn" in an attempt to grow
used reasonable enough, but it leaves If you apply a 12-12-12 or If you like to garden in the
... ...,..... Irmlmtmg .u... G.< pace. upright again.Snapdragons. azaleas and camellia
.. ed.eatl.al R.r. a ,eteal.ata..r..wir1tae.tpH.kith glaringly apparent for a number of similar analysis fertilizer into the I' shade during the hot days plant
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) years that Kremlin policy has failed I ground near their feeder roots. Apply sultanas, also knowns as impatiens. are subject to nematode -
>er..>w..BrkMlv'(111...."' pi&k, *w.3. .S'"...II.k.Sit...-, to provide Soviet agriculturewith I'm looking forward to a firsthand the fertilizer through a series' Other annuals to plant now include Invasion and a rot. If you Wise Clewlston resident ilf
Orl..4., rUH. greater investment in fertilizer situation this summer. In Foot apart beginning at the tree I scarlet sage wishbone flowers pick a disease free soil To prevent stays in dewiston'SPECIAL '!

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leaders, I'm planning to the tree branches The total amountof petunia moonflower and periI a.-
make a People to People Goodwill plant food to pour Into the holes''I winkle.
tour of agriculture in Belgium, should equal one pound of fertilizer When transplanting annuals, be '
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This trip will be no tourists junket FlowersDon't to settle the roots of the

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