The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:01096
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Clewiston News Sweetest"America's Town"poetave t ii

Gtuaartteed Sec 345.3, PM-Sub. $4 Per I

ids Sought for U.S. 27I.Lane Dr. Vaughan Heads Board Reappoints-i t. r

PTA Next Year )

to Lake Harbor Dr. L. O Vaughan was elected School

president, Carl Hornsby, vice president PrincipalsPrincipal ,
; Mrs. Jim Halnei secretaryand

1 1tisin is Lake Mrs. Addie McGehee treas-
Road Department Okeechobee. US 27 is one of
e State bids for construc- the main arterial highways in urer of the Clewlston PTA for James E. Brandon of with the regular June meeting of
for the '
e ; US 27 highway from state and the condition of this 1963-" year Election was held Clewiston High School was reappointed the local board to be held on I
n of 4-lane portion Tuesday for 1963-64 ct last Thursday' June 6 due the Galnesvlll
I h to Lake Harbor, of the road has been extreme evening at the regular to
blprll regular meeting of the Hen-
meeting with
Clyde Hatfield meeting
for presiding
opened in Lakeland on ly poor many years. Increasing I
under construction traffic, caused by the dry County Board of Public Instruction It was announced by Bible that
expansion of
Already completion Is the por- the sugar industry, coupled with I PTA voted to change tho procedure held at the board officein the House Wednesday, passed a
d.nearing from. east normal growth in of the Pre-School Round Up the courthouse at La Belle, when local bill for Representative
highway population and
of f this limits to Bare tourism has made the situation next year, asking parents to take John A. Coins was reappointed as Charles E. Miner, authorizing the
''eiston city more acute. their children to their own physicians principal of LaBelle public schools; board to make purchase costing up

I for the completion of health Mabel D. MaglU to dewiston elementary to $1,000 without obtaining bids;
Representative C. E. Miner was The board of county commissioners forms. school, Amos Thomas to the bill to go Immediately to the

IkUed by the State Road Depart of Hendry County city offlclals The School Health Harlem Academ Carl E. Horns Senate.
Program was
.at that the advertisement had and Chamber of Commercewith the topic of the by as Hendry County supervisor of The senior class of the LaBell
evening, presented -
and bid will be re- the legislators have worked instruction.Continuing .
bordered by Mrs. Betty public high school was given permission
McPhall public
Enable April 30th.The long and faithfully: to bring about health nurse; Ernie Redlsh high contracts were givento to use May 10 and 13 as "SklpDays"
3.371 miles of construction of this
work Is for highway. school teacher, and Mrs. Elizabeth Principal Brandon and Supervisor \ for a class trip to Nassau;

5 27 of the same divided four- Nellls mental health workerof Hornsby, who has been em- Bible reporting that the class will 4

type as the highway west of the State Board of Health. ployed under annual contracts have proper financing for the trip; ,.

Listen. There will be extra Inch! MINER LEAVES Mrs. McPhall explained the vision Principal Coins who holds continuing adequate insurance and chaperones 4 r f
lavr excavation, an 8V4 receivedan ,,"'
and hearing testing programs contract as to.
Lock base and type 1 asphalt In the schools and said she visits annual contract as principal, Appointed to Clewlston high y .i lit

lace. Included In the work will FOR LEGISLATURERepresentative each school in the county. one day Mrs. Magill and Principal Thomas school as English teacher was Miss ..........,,-.- r ..

concrete drainage structure per week for consultation and consideration hold continuing contracts.A Ellse Aytes, Rank III, with one JOHN B. BOy Executive Vice president of United States Sugar

Id necessary curbing. of special health cases special meeting was set for year experience and to dewlsto Corporation receives the award as the Outstanding Industrialist of the

Eir. Miner has been advised that Charlie Miner. Other services of the health April 23th at 10 a.m for the purpose -, elementary, Mate Lanelle Watson, community In a brief presentation yesterday. President Dick Bakerof
L department has placed the< and Mrs. Miner are leaving today department is assisting PTA of appointing teachers to the as elementary librarian, Rank III the Chamber of Commerce extends eonrratulaUoos.

Intlnuance of this road from Lake for Tallahassee, where he is a with the pre school roundup Hendry County schools. Following no experience. -NEWS STAFF PHOTO.

Irbor to South Bay In the budge member of the Florida Legislaturenow supervision as needed of school this 'business school board members Visitors at Thursday's meetingwere

L the 1963-64 fiscal year. in session cafeteria by: the sanitarian and and Superintendent J, Home. former chairman of the boardof

(Although all of the road work is Mr. Miner has been recuperating providing an audio-visual library Bible will make their>> ,annual inspection public instruction John Boy and

I Palm Beach County It is of vi- from a serious illness which facilities for PTA and school tour of the county schools Dan McCarthy, both of Clewlston. Community Industry

1 interest to Hendry County a:. hospitalized him for a time and teaching through the state board in preparation for planning the who were present because of the
I the only approach to I "Intense personal interest in the
provides of health maintenance program. I
prevented his arrival In Tallahassee -: summer
|e county from the east, south oit for the session opening on Mrs Nellls described her work The board rescinded a motion appointment of principals."

April 2. However he has regained as being on a consultationadvisory made at last month's board meet All members of the board were Award Goes To

Extra Oomph! !I sufficient strength that the doc- basis with school nurse Incases ing to purchase two new school present which Included Chairman BoyJohn
J. R. Spratt Mrs. Blanche Mc-
tor has released him to join the Involving school children; buses, authorizing Bible to inve.ti-I
with of \using a Cormack. Joe Hall, Claud Gld-
Mends wondering wherei session. much of her work however is gate possibility ;
i Miner rot that extra adults and Is a community pro- body already available to the dens and Mrs Elsie Futch. B. Boy, executive vice rank of commander in V.S. Naval

pia accessary to make ae.aobact Although be bas not been gram Involving all ages. She board on a newly purchased chassis president US. Sugar Corporation Reserve.

i from a serious present la person, Mr. Miner spends two days each month In making a saving to the boardof Barron Offers was honored as the outstanding Mr. Boy is a member and past

IIIeu may find the solution haa been earing for the needs Clewlston and Is here at other timesas approximately $2100, with only industrialist of the community president of the Klwants Club.

fa his communications from of Hendry Cenaty, and has requested for special cases one new bus to be purchased yesterday, when he received a He is a member of the Clewlston

TiDahaisee. presented several bills of a She performs psychological testing The superintendent was granted Junior CollegeScholarships certificate of award in recognition Chamber of Commerce and the

local nature which were introduced work and visits homes on a consultation permission to attend the sessionof The presentation was made by Florida Farm Bureau His professional

Lilt week Miner received asp for him by representatives basis. Interpretation of School Laws, Richard O. Baker, president of the affiliations include membership -

i Get Well card, personally from nearby eoonttes. Mr. Redlsh pointed out the need passed in the present session of Chamber of Commerce, at the in the SoU and Crop Science

Iped by every member the for special: classes for slow learn- Legislature, which will be held in luncheon meeting of the .wants I Society of Florida, the International -
lane tf Representatives) Wh Before leaving for the capitalMr. ers. Gainesville on June 13 and 14. W, B Barron, Hendry County Club. There were a number 01 Society of Sugar Cane

Hwai, b Tallahassee at the time Miner indicated that the road commissioner and cattleman of guests at the meeting specially Technologists He is a member of
|(att bat three, in fact). Thisa needs of the area are still upper- LaBelle announced this week that
Invited to be present at the presentatlon. the US. Department of Agriculture
document which Charlie most in his thoughts. He is also he is available to students
making Marketing and Research Advisory
interested in seeing that the LaBelle Bank To Hold J Jy !
1 taf treasure.A graduating from high schools in Committee. .
schools and institutions of higher Hendry County three scholarships! Selection of an .outata ding tor-In- -" -. .-.,--.- "' ...
dustriaUst is sponsored by the I
pins Incentive was a faoeteleiTsm learning get appropriations covering: tuition in Edison Junior
from last year's '' which-are needed for"1he progateas College, Fort Myers, or any state Ida Development Commission fn<

Speaker si the House, Mallory Florida must make in the House junior college of the student the Florida State Chamber of Sugarland Band
game which Charlie Intern I line of education. Open choice. In the event a student Commerce.Mr .
Boy joined the United States
I siring "Get the heck
Another local measure which is chooses a state junior college other

I 01 sp here, we need yon." now being prepared for him to The County Bank, .- than Edison the amount of the Sugar Corporation, starch as assistant house, superintendent in- In Concert SundayThe
Introduce and which has his full new scholarship is not to exceed that
which will open for business in January, 1946. He was administrative
approval is one which will per- charged for tuition by Edison.
will hold assistant to the executive vice Clewlston High School Sug
LaBelle next Tuesday,
OY SCOUTS MAKEth mit the deposit of public fundsin open house In Hs new building Sun These scholarship will be available president and was in charge of the arland Band will present its second -
directorate Include students entering these education -
banks whose to
develop- Concert in the Park Sunday
afternoon between the hours agricultural equipment
members who are also members day n institutions in the fall of afternoon at 2 o'clock. Special
ment of the In 1958 be
and corporation.
RIVER TRIPTroop of 2 p m 8pm. M
of the public board whose red't r 1963. I became administrative (assistant features of the program will Include -
691 funds are involved. (The directorsof The public is cordially Inv! Mr. Barron stated that his only I to the president and in March "76 Trombones" from the ;
Boy Scouts of '
the new Hendry County Bankat to attend requirement is that the recipients Music Man" by Meredith Wll-
merles 1960, he was made vice president
made their sixth boat trip LaBelle Includes Dennis Small, Directors of the new bank are be deserving and in need of assistance administration. He became execu- lon, an arrangement of Al Jolson's

st WB t the Caloosahatehee River county assessor; H .S. Parkinson W. B. Barren. K. J. Curtis, W. E In order to further his or her tive vice president in 1961 favorite songs and a compositionby
B. Dlckson. L. J. Nobles Jr. H. S. education. He further stated that
commissioner and W.
county of Gastav Hoist one of the first
I Referring to Mr. Boy as one
Accompanied by Arthur King Parkinson, Dennis Small and R. does not desire to participatein
Barron commissioner. le
J Dick county the leading industrialists in the major composers to write a com-
Hooks, the boys went to Jr
Y Yeomans the selection of any: student receiving for band.
out postilon
'Belle state, President Baker pointed
afternoon and
Thursday the scholarships, but it is
"' the night there. that he was one of the chief designers Frank Hunt will be soloist, play-:
They put Race Funds SplitState its wish that the recipient be selected -
If rowboats in the river early by a Guidance Committee in the development of the lag August Schaefer'si cornet solo,
cane loader now widely used "The Broadcaster.
;day morning and enjoyed thee Comptroller Ray E. Green set up by the Hendry County Superintendent in
downstream to Fort Denaud Florida's 67 of Instruction throughout the sugar Industry .. .
has stated each of Public "' "'
Florida that he'designed other :. "
ere they landed r \ '.I/r', -
the and made camp counties will receive $41.000 more r and the principals of tho county major improvements to equipment i ,

nightA from the race track tax fund high schools."This and that he supervised the ,
pleasant surprise to the group design" said Barron simply -
the The checks for April have been f design and construction of the multimillion -
arrival of Mr. and MM.'via r "is 'in appreciation' to the
and the paymentis
I put in the mall : M1 dollar sugar house at
Wilder "
for a visit bearing of Hendry County.
$1,000 more than for April of people whose has
ab, French fries and apple W. E ..DICKSON Bryant, performance
s for last year. far exceeded expectations in its
Making the trip were Ellis Each county has received a total V. P. and Cashier At ConventionEd first year.of operation.Mr. .

ark. Lanny Sutton, Byron WlM- of $159,000 to date for the cur- Mr Curtis is president and Mr. Ronan genial manager of the Boy is a graduate of Georgia

. Ronnie Hooks Chip Fuller, rent fiscal year, which Is an Increase Dickson is vice president and Hewlston Inn attended a convention Tech, where he received the bach-

rrr Weaver Clegr Looks, Bar- of $5,500 for the same period cashier. of hotel managers held in Orlando elor of science degree in mechan-

Crawford Jimmy Brandon and last :year. The new bank home is on Bridge last week. cal engineering. He entered the
heard RIch. Street across from the Hendry: employ of Proctor and Gamble

This the sixth time Arthur County Health Center. It is a dig- Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gann after graduation and was given I

bas Planned and assisted in a New CorporationIncluded nified structure of modern design and daughters Sonja 2, and Debbie leave of absence during World Ij
7 Scout river built of reinforced concrete and 9 months of Norfolk Navy War II. He served five years with
trip the Ca-
&hatcb. 011 In the list of new corporations steel with stucco exterior. Base, Va, are visiting his parents the U.S. Navy and during the last j

reported by the office of LaBelle, county seat of Hendry: Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Pratt. Accompanying year was commanding: officer of ..

Secretary of State Tom Adams in County has been without a bank them to Florida was his destroyer escort in European and
Tallahassee is Chuck Wells Motor and the chartering of Mrs. Sabra Holland Pacific War Theaters. He holds the
Rubin K. J. CURTIS, since 1929 grandmother,
Company Co. of Clewiston; C. H. Wells the new bank is a big step forward Boden of Atlanta, who is visiting L
Florence L Wells and Keith F, President for the town. her son Dean Holland and family t t


cut Rubio Palm Coutnhetion Company of Bandmaster Scott has promised I
Beach Is making swift JUMP AT PAHOKEEA
rt of additional seating arrangements I
Under resurfacing Clewlston to provide seats for those who e

'Jtr the Rubin a contract with the team of the crack Navy Skydivers were unable to find a .seat at last

2lnch hot forces are placing will jump at Pahokee Sat- Sunday concert. t

red sheets asphalt topper on the 1 urday: April 27, at the Spring Harvest The program begin at 2 o'clock j

Ir. which were showing T Festival, sponsored by the and there is no admission chare I i

C l1I Pahokee JayCee. This colorful A splendid audience, which over
05k to thsioners get have planned the 4 I C precision sky diving team will flowed the concert area, was very I

eta before thl. Protection to the 1 t jump from a Navy plane follow- responsive to the excellent concert ,
III the rainy season be- ur rw log the parade which starts at 10 presented by the students Easter i II I

c loestreetsmaat ta the Project o'clock. Sunday 1

tile first traveled ..treetsPAving Also to appear in the parade, The concert will be the second 6,

projects. aid Jim Graham, festival chairman In a series of six, and the following -

is the Navy's' crack drill is the program: :

Lead team. The marines win have a "Bassology," featuring tbtf.
!InPanoIllncreaae our-borse color guard and all basses Mackle-Beyer

military personnel will be in full "76 Trombones," Meredith WOK '...
color uniform.
re on .
' o Any group wishing to take part "Lonely Mill Overture'* Handel '
'q eltes. Orlando ands )In the parade or any merchant .ancaster. I !

a'flj 16 led $8 metropo1_ j wishing display space should con- "The Broadcaster," August ;

'aaufa Uthern UtM In w tact Mr. Graham at Pahokee 924-. Scherfer, Frank Hunt, soloist ,

' :: payroll increases 2981. "Imperial March, Karl Z., ''IN
. OUih
chairman- *
King ,
< ,
irtdTrrWfeU,> topment Jarrard of the CoL and Mrs. Robert N. SmIthof "Jolson Memories." arranged by
"4 Commission
& Stephen Young
Treasure Island. St Petersburg -
'OUr "First Suite In E flat."' Cha
other dUes spent Easter weekend In
t.Pe Peaaecoiand the state, dewiston visiting friends and renewing conne, Gustsv,Hoist .,
t the
4rs2urg Tampatop Escort" Harold Ben
area also acquaintances. The Smiths "Military r

'11 1a Pereentale increases were Deer of LaBelle will hold and 800: p.m. The newly completed modern bank will were resident of dewlston for nett "
BANK "Black Boogie Bill Lass ,
COUNTY or-I I several yean durlng'construction Sheep
PaoductI0 2 e. 'lid the consumerover TilE HENDRY 21, between the hours of 2.00: fically open forj bn ine88, Tuesday, April 23, 9:30: of the Herbert Hoover Dike. ** Bolero Non," S. W. Kurtzhe '
same April
Open House, W .
., u

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I..f.r) Page 2 THE! CLEWISTON (Fla) NEWS, Thurs., April 18. 1903 .n.' IrJlG6111/le/tl: uRC.nta I'Oglesby, Jewel Lowe Ed Butler to go to war. He after received his Mr.call I Glades --

SI Has, Alden Wallace and SmileyBrowning to the Army owners Roofing Co
and Mrs. Gus Wenzloff registered ,
Sonny Sez A motorcade from Fort Avers him for volunteer enlistment. All Types of Roof
: The I celebratedthe Records at the Selective Serv- Clewlston PoI -
Clewiston News"Devoted to West Palm Beach Sheet Metal Work
opening of a cross-state high ice office showed there were 400 ..*ted William
.' I New
grnal.ntaausml a.n9aa County residents In the Construction
way. Mayor F. Denae Duff, County Hendry afternoon or
to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston According to Chief Wendell Commissioner Dave Alston::1 Armed Forces. with car theft Repair Jobs
and Hendry County." Whaley of the police department, Banker E. L. Stewart and ACL The distaff aide took over in the Phone
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston, this past weekend was "a lively Agent Roy Green formed the local: local post office (among other establishments 2.7111
Florida by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. one" and a.. a result It was stand welcoming committee. I ). Art Lawrence was had been Day or Evening
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post leg rcn: only in the local boarding Chevrolet advertised a "8 cylinder already in Honolulu handling mail day' in Dade P. O. Dos
Office in Clewiston, Florida under the Act of Congress of March S, house. closed car for as little as for the U.S. Navy and SI and Doke has been
1879. There seemed to be no special $445." both volunteered for service. from CLEWlSTON FLA.
reason other than everybody decided At the movie: Vicki Baum's a e I'n I
NATIONAL OTUD4 to "party" on that particular Grand Hotel, with Greta Garbo I
r' IASS : If.1: 4'A weekend. It might possibly be tied Joan Crawford Lionel Barrymore (From TEN Clewlston TEARS AGO News =-
In with the "bonus"-not that those Lewis Stone, Jean Hersholt and April 1. IP:.1) I
"C"VI caged were especially employees Wallace Beery.
but when money gets into circulation Eastern Morn Communion Serv- Rain fell generously over the
BERYL BOWDEN Publisher NO"O h everybody benefits ices for all Protestants at the area. Clewlston measured 22'' r 'C e
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor OQ It" Community Church was held Sun- Inches and farmers reported about ? '
Subscription Rates ... .. .. ... $400 per year l'IO\\ -ss- whole will 1 day morning and a service of Easter 30 per cent of the tomato crop\
(Return Guaranteed The community as a lost because of high water
Postage ) music In the eveningTWENTY was I
he I
Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 seeks greatly to miss service Rev.in Fagan other as fields, e a e Lloyd Sparrow that the, greens golf pro on announced the-'

Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves after having served u pastor in TEARS AGO course were being made smaller.
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! the Baptist Church for over 10 harder, and
(From Clewiston New, Just to make the game & SATURDAY
TFB NEWS ( time* no poiuibilltjr for the return of uniollclted years. He has been very active in easier to keep in con- ONLY
nanucrlpti' or photosraphi April II. 1943)) greens
THIS NEWS assume. no financial various civic and veterans groups dltlon.
.rrora or omml.elona In advartlnment but Miponilblllty If .0Ufled of for much typographical errora be- and has been a great asset to the Harvey Lee Kirk, US. Army The 200,000th bag of sugar was Old Fashioned Meat Loaf
for the next l la.ue of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the sergeant was dewlston's first
advertisement la which the area. weighed out at the Clewlston SugarHouse
error occurred In the event a time element
would render the correction valuelcie, the News will reduce the price Rev. Henry Ford and I who jokingly war fatality. He was reported making a record for the I"r Gravy Ma.hed.otatoe.
of the advertisement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total consider ourselves vice presidents killed in North Africa on Novem- ,
the local mill.
spec aa erroneous or omitted copy repreiented.
in charge of "stomping out ber 4th. movies Carole Lombardin
At the : Beans Hot Rolls & Butter
the Baptist association" have had "Pal" a 2-year old German From Hell to Heaven: Kate ,
Warning to Parents little success with Rev. Fagan Shepherd was first Clewlston dog Smith in Everybody Hello (by
a at the helm of the opposition. Fannie Hurst), r;
-**- The Moore Haven Junior-Senior i l.or
Comments from various sections of Clewiston Indicate Red roses to the Youth Board banquet was held at the Clewlston! ;9tt
that boys and BB guns are on the rampage again. for tlnir efficient management of Inn. I 2Jfor f ,
Clewlston Is a Bird Sanctuary and a great deal of effort the Easter Egg Hunt Saturday ,
thought t and expense'! goes Into attracting birds Into the city. morning. An equal bouquet Is due
The ordinances under which our town operates strictly prohibits the Rotary club for financing the l/ Historic Marker J

shooting of BB guns, or other rifles In the city limits. Either project which was a huge success' : I"'
of these facts should be enough to warn parents that they must from every angle. I On Hwy. 80 WestI
Projects such as these provide
control their
children who with SPECIAL
play or use guns of any sort. excellent training for the youth of 11 According to information from
an even greater reason for stopping the use of our community who in future Bill Davis member of the local
guns cqmpejtely Is the danger that human beings may be injured years will be at the helm of our ,H.,didn't Insure historical society and the State

by the heedless youngsters on the loose with their guns city.,1 I .bis,home throughan Road Department a historical egg grits )f toastcpffee
Parents always thmr Irs the other fellow's child-not their Independent marker is to be placed In Hendry : ,
own. Youngsters being what they are, there is no certainty that Commissioner Dan McCarthy in I County in the near future. ,d
the. soxvof the Colonel's lady may not be just as guilty of reck his talk to the Kiwanls Club noted -1 ,Insurance agent A site near Fort Denaud was -'340Strawberry
less ,with great disappointment, that is slow In.coniingM'tkere's chosen by the group and as a rep'
use,of a,gun as the son of Judy O'Grady. ,Result! the money ,
The sad truth seems to be that youngsters from various many,residents of Clewiston failed I nobody to help suit the marker will be located on, .... .vr.e r-=
to show much Interest in securing fair State Road 80 west of LaBelle f. It
parts of the town hlm. coral, $; prompt '
are trotting around with air guns, BB guns additional paved streets in their oJ The marker will. bear the f(%
and sometimes even .22 rifles neighborhood. I payment buy ,,' lowing inscription: ':( Shortcake. *,
Residents of a cpmmunlty: growIng -I your"ioIUJ'r; ORT,DENAUD pear heieon
as rapidly .Clcwiston jnust- ance"t { !: | ..IyyJlf"" ,."""' the, ,Caloosahatchea .River."VA,,,,: ''' (
look to the future and support such-" an.Independ,4, rJ/t!:!: band of IWMndianj, attacked tle) 350 .,
"Welcome Hendry County, Bank projects, for they' ,indeed for. ent agent Fort and ,Trading Post at four
tunate in having,such a,progressive I o'clock in the morning of July 23,
The of council. The present paving,I 1839.Jn the raid led by Chief Chi;
opening Nash
second bank
indication of a in Hendry County is an project proposed ,sewer, system Beardsley kalka of the Spanish Indians thitr: DRUGS
growth and progress of our area and we share clubhouse facilities are all a part! teen,, ldiersdied,, and fourteen including -
with LaBelle the pride in this new institution. of progress, and we who use these Insurance Agency Col. William S. Harney Jn.'

I The new bank cart be expected to perk up the business facilities must expect to pay our 6rrv.. YOi Ktrw command of operations escap 4': Hwy. .Ph., YU 2.1931
**j life of our county seat It is Indeed difficult to transact bust- part.You 209 Eat Su*.rl iwi Highway down river. A year later Col. Barney -,
ness efficiently without banking facilities in the might in a moment of your Tour Independent ji returned and destroyed Che-
'1' LaBelle has certainly been handicapped town, and spare time, tell the commission kalka In the Everglades" I> .. <1ft Pr.- ..
through Ihe years it .. --- ----- .
1 has operated without a banking members how much you appricate '- ," -" -
institution. and efforts extol for
The the time they
f Hendry County Bank is Just what f Its name implies. your benefit. "
It is a bank: of Hendry
County stockholders.
We understand
that all the stock for the bank: was readily subscribed by local TOTAL PERFORMANCE:

residents when it became known that it was possible to obtain
a charter for a state bank in LaBelle. | It's History Now j -

The directors of the new banks are among the leading ;

progressive citizens of our county. They are substantial busi- THIRTY YEARS AGO :
1 nessmen, conservative in the operation of their own affairs, (From Clewiston New,
very progressive and civic minded in their relation with April 14. 1933) '
6 Sylb. ,'cw sr'1 !
,the a q
community and area in which they live. "Fingerprints" was presented asa a
The bank has completed a handsome new home in LaBaIlA! I home talent play fur benefitof
con Bridge Street, Just across from the Hendry | Community Chest Mrs. G. O.
County Health]
I 'Center. Officials I Wallace was director. Cast Included
are inviting all _
of the
area to and Gratton and Roberta; George,
Open House next '
Sunday afternoon. Louise Waldron, Mary Louise!
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,braking power and mad clinging suspension
'designed a'nvoIuUonary .suspenslon system for the '63could
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up win.
NO. 3H CAN many
BRAVOPeaches v Ford.Where ordinary suspensions mow only and down
up to Before Ford

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system, springs up new ford Is like. Make this Important discover.U Wa built
I front and leal springs In the rear combine to live firmness
., by Ford, Itl built for perlormance total performance. .1
wide special smoothness e e
l US. CHOICE FRESH GROUND In cornering over the road -
roc We added weight" strength and stability. The new Ford Is
Chuck Roast ._ ... Lb. 49 Hamburger .. .'. ,3 }IDs!$1.29 now actually hundreds of pounds more car than any other car TORQUE I
In Its dass.1biI remarkable weight advantage Is In the suspen- "," sANd s silent SUPER ,

lion frame, And, as you know, this added weight "- wwTKimaxor
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I world most of his adult life.
11917 to 1924 he worked 1*the beet I granted a six weeks vacation, prior teenager In Clewlston and surrounding THE CLEWISTON <'Fla.i NEWS Tbur, April 18, 1663 Page 3
B. EACKSTRAW sugar industry' In the western II to his resignation date, which will areas is Invited. ------ -- ---- -
states of Iclaha and Washington. allow Rev. Fagan to hold his final i Invited to Join In the activities of: is open to Interested youth I:
Funeral services were held MOD- He came to Florida and from 1924 i, trrvices on August 18th. I Teen Talent Time is to beginat .1 this service An orchestra is to be Pastor James KImbrel Invitesthe I
afternoon for Gaynam B.RackstraVo' to 1928 was aisoclated. with Rev Fagan concluded his letter, I 7:30: on Sunday evening. Teenagers formed for the evening service and residents of Clewlston to seethe I
dBJ 18, at SL Martina unCle to the Palm Beach Ever an i expressing\ sincere appreciationfor I with musical ..abilities are I the membership in the orchestra youth on .the move for Christ I '
Church, Clewlston. glades Farm Company the many acts of kindness ---
Ercopal When the i shown he and his wife during the 1
passed way early old Southern
The deceased morning in Hollywood Cfc.ii.Mia/ p.anned construction Sugar of I Christian work here. [ Clewiston Church' Directory I
saturday after 33 yean In the the mill at Clewiston, the call of Although futures plans are still
rather indefinite, Rev.
Fagan and
Son area A retired machlnP sugar making was strong and helen .,
timekeeper tot the USSC. West PaLm Beach for the hinterl.nds his 'wife art making tentative plansto FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
and of Bay City. Mich. to be associated for manage a Baptist Mission 102 E. Ventura Avenue I 331 W. Osceola Avenue
native the
be 1181 a survived by rest of his life with sugar making 'School in Panama, which would Rev. L. T. Fagan Pastor South Cl wl ton Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor
He is Clewlston andAndrew in Clewiston. He was present when release a missionary to go in the 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School 9,45: a.m.-Church School
D Rev. Herb Higdon, Pastor
field. The school
Dam one daughter, Mrs. the cornerstone of the mill management 11:00: .m.-Mornlnl Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning service
of Miami; laid In was I would be a lighter physical load 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School Fellowship ].
of West Palm 1928 and remained here 6.00: p.m.-Training Union! 6:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth
Mart N. Hayes brother.. Alfred G. Of since that -ms. than he is presently carrying. 7:00: p.m.-Evening Service 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service )
Beach: a During his ten years here, Rev. 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Union
Miss Elsie Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service
sister i Mr.
BaY City; Rackstraw was greatly be- Fagan has been very active In the 7:00 8:00: p.m. Worship Service
D.C.. : p.m.-Officers and Teachers Wednesday:
of Washington loved In
RackstraVo' community. Association, ,
Many Ministerial veterans Meeting Tuesday: 7:15: p.m.-Choir Practice .
and Clewlston seven grandchlloreL.lost a real old-timer in will of Santa remember Claus the and mobile reindeer display, groups and various civic projects. 8:00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday 8:00: p.m.: -:Brotherhood

business and a much be- whlca decorated: the ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH
t Rackstrawgardens 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer
Teenage Evangelism 8:45: p.m.-cholr Practice
president Few resident real- each Christmas for many KEY. L. T. FAGAN Thursday: (Episcopal)
{Ted that he had been in the Jugar }ears. These figures! were hand- Group Is OrganizedA 8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice 207 N. Pacific"
made by Mr. Rackstraw, who often NORTIISIDE MISSIONARY The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar
donatad his talents to bring pleas- Fagan'Resigns teenage evangelism group has BAPTIST CHURCH, Sunday Services!
:; ure to others. been organized recently in Clewis- 304 N. Francisco 'Street 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist'
H'fyR'STIAn' Father Clark Dorman officiatedat ton. The local chapter of Teen Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST 11.00: a.m.-Family Service and
local services. Interment was In As Pastor Of Challenge 1* set up on the same 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 306 South Central. Arena Church School
Hillcrest Cemetery West Palm basis as the parent group In New 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Saints and Holy Days as an
[ Beach, with Pattison Funeral York City. This group is chiefly 6.30: p.m.-ETC Earl Arnold, Minister nounced.
Home In charge of arrangements.: Baptist :ChurchRev. Interested in taking the messageof .7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship Sunday Confessions by appointment

Active pallbearers were George salvation through Jesus Christto Wednesday: 1C:00: a.m.-Bible School
SCIEnCE / Yon, C. I.. McLendon, W. E. Bol- I.. T. Fagan pastor of the teenagers. The local chapter 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service8T.MAaaAaET 11:00: a.m.-Worship COMMUNITY' PRESBYTERIAN
ton, W. C. Boswell, Fred Slkes and First Baptist Church since July recently cooperated in a distribution CHURCH 7:00: p.m.-Worship 407 Royal Palm Avenue
John Kettl. 13, 19S3 has tendered his resigns' of a booklet called "Chicken" Wednesday II. Ford Minister''
Rev. Father Charles Henry
.that was distributed to 3 million .
111OE1IiORWUd tion effective September 30 1963.' 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotions
The local 8.00: a.m.-Sunday Mass. 9.45: a.m.-Sund8Y School1
chapter bought
RILEY OSCAR REYNOLDS In submitting his letter of resignation persons.and distributed 2 thousand copies.In 11:30: a.m.-Sunday Masi and Bible Cindy 11:00: a.m.-Mornln Worship
; to the Board of Deacons December, the went to 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass1 t 11:00: a.Yn.-Nursery: the Parish
last group ..
Funeral services were held Wednesday night Rev. Fagan Immokalee for distribution of 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass House
Tuesday afternoon for Riley Oscar referred to his two heart attacks, scripture portions a and gospel lit 8.00: p.m.-First Wednesday each 1 'COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL 6.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow-
Accurate Reynolds, 68, who passed away late and the increasing energy required erature.." month, Catholic Tidies Altar shipWednesdayr
Saturday In Hendry General HospitaL In the growing pastorate among Society HOLINESS CHURCH
Carolyn Linda Garrett,
the reasons. "I will have passedmy Saturday: 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice
Complete( Mary Louise Slas and Joyce Smith South Clewlstoa
A resident of Clewlston for 13. 60th birthday and will be entitled were elected.as officers to plan 9:30: .m.-IteUlou. Instruction '
years and a native of Green to draw a small retirement Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor
the activities of the Other
the Army as well as from
News ty Tennessee, the COUD-1 the Minister's Retirement Fund," teenagers are invited to join this HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH. 10:00'a.m.: -Sunday School APOSTOLIC FAITH
been employed as Fagan continued. group.In Highway 720 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship South dewlstoa '
(Coverage the USSC. "I therefore, on the basis of whatI the month of May the local Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor 7:45: p.m.-Sundav Evangelistic Bro. Luther Dixon,'Pastor
Services were held In Pattlson feel is best, both for the continued -! chapter is to launch a new program 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School Service. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. growth and advancement ol called "Probe." More informationIs 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Wednesday 11:00: a.m.Preachlng ..
Carl Arnold, pastor of the Churchof our church and for the care of to be given later concerning this 6:45: p.m.-Training Union 7:43: p.m.-Prayer Service Tuesday:
a Christ, 8:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Friday:
officiating. program.
my health, tender herewith, my 7-30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting
Pallbearers were T. R. Forshee, resignation! as your pastor ." This Saturday evening, Teen Wednesday: 7:43: p.m.-Youth Service Friday:
Charles Forshee, J. E. Morris, H. The deacons, In return for his Challenge la to sponsor a treasure 8:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Meeting
G. Jaynes, Richard Nesbitt and faithfulness during his stay here, hunt originating at the Assemblyof
Orvil Green.Survivors'. God parking lot at 7:30.: CHURCH OF GOD ASSEMBLY OF GOD

\ include' his wife :' Circle Meets 311 8. Paddle Avenue 215 Frauclieo Street CHURCH-;;; CHRIST ..
*wI Rhoda; three sons, Fred C. and Youth Day AtAssembly Rev. Joe Coleman .
10:00: .m.-Sund. School Rev. James F. Klmbrt:, Pastor (Christian
Raymond of Clewlston; T. M. of At'BembrHome
I I',., sn Months $11 Belle Glade; a daughter, Mrs. The Julia Head Circle of the of GodOn 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School John C. Scheffler, Minister .
3 Months $5.50CU Edna Forshee of Clewlston; a met"'at 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship North Sugarland Auditorium
First Church the
Mm!; rfvtrtiMmwit .... brother George of Texas and two home of Baptist Mrs. Leon Bembry1 Tuesday Sunday, April 21, the Assembly Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service 10:00: a.m.-Blble School
rtHn It the yur chtck wrwfy sisters Mrs. Walter Reynolds and of God is to observe national 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service Wednesday 11:00: a.m.-Communion and Worship -
TM CkriiNM r4cr t l felon. MMiitrOM Mrs; George Hensley of Tennis I siding with Mrs. Bill Thomas pre Youth Day. James Harris, agraduate Friday: 7:43: p.m.-Midweek Service Service
Norwc-y Street see. of Clewlston High School, 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor Friday: Wednesday:
...t.. IS. MH. Interment was in Rldgelawn Mrs. Bembry presented a program Is to bl the speaker for the youth 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study
Pale on "Enlistment for Mission"with
service. James is
Cemetery 'with Pattison Funeral Mrs; W. R. Wimberly and Southeastern presently attending This Church Feature Is The Following
Home in charge of arrangements.STAMPEDE Mrs. Robert Kelly assisting. at Lakeland. College Weekly Sponsored By :
Other nr cnt"'wer4 Mrs.' A. H.
:: ; :- Mrs.: ; I Teenagers and other youth of Hendry County Howell Agent Parkinson's Inc.
King, Mrs: Downs ;! ,Meske, the church will fill every office for Floyd
Mrs. M. C. Vowell, Mrs.: George the day. A superintendent is to be Motors ARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department Store
ay Beck. The hostess served delicious elected who is to appoint teachersfor -
refreshments at the start'of" the each Sunday school n
', class The GladsDLoan
meeting. Youth Choir is to have a guestteen' T Corp CITIES sir STATION Clewiston Federal
Gr. .
director for a musical pres' odi; ,
Hendry General entation. TT SAVINGS LOAN ASSTI
; w Miss Sandra Gann, also a graduate Giddens Furniture Royal's Inc _
Hospital Notes of Clewlston High School and Store
Patients Remaining! : a student at SEBC Is to be featured "It's Clewiston Motor Co.
George B. McDuffie, O. A. Pratt, In the youth service Every The Giddens EasMo Way"Pay The CleWlSton News pnone 2-0301:
John A. Lane, Jackie Austin, William
E. Davidson, Jose Santleste-
ban, Robert Barker, Dennis Lelt-

ner Patients, Annie Discharged Young, Eva: Maloy. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND OUR

.t Pickle Sharon, John, Gloria Greer Mark Roland Langdale and ,baby Louise,, DonaldE. C.Miller M.- 'IT- : ; ...: ;1i.'" :iJ' :,,

Hughes, Karen Wlngard and ( \':t 11;,' .I .

y U.DA'G3COMEI baby Nelda Roberts, Harrie :\ ; : \
Schack, Rosella Rogers and baby, :, ;; ;
Leslie Roan Jr., Rurora Herrera, .'
tenors Knowlcs and baby, Paul .a,, use '4s{ i"
Cross, R. D. Reynolds B. J. Cross ,'II -
now offers Howard; Barrett, Neva Hensley, r I'; :
Farida Andrews and baby, Mildred
Farmer, Henry Armour J. D.
V-8 HORSEPOWER St adman, Annie Ruth Young and
baby, James Simon and Hanson

Rodriguez .. I(

wish to express our deep appreciation -
to the many friends In
Clewlston who shared our sorrowin ffitIjjfJjT
the tragic deaths of our mother !
is..ptui fintvcar atyllng... smoother ride and father. Because of circumstances

r. .. pest ratal valua record In the field. we have not been able to :
personally express our appreciation
Inc. to each of you; Indeed, so I
COUNTY much was done to help us in our II

Suqorlomd Highway( CI.wl ton. Flo. time of sorrow, we do not even 1&t
know all of you who were so kind. I
Your thoughtfulness will alwaysbe .
remembered.The .

ATTENTION Mr. Children and Mrs.of Louis Carlton


Farmers and RanchersLOOK CARD OF THANKS 6a eat ,
Cane Growers
/ Words cannot express our thanks bar I'CItr ,+

TO THE FUTURE' AND.. friends and gratitude In Clewlston to the who wonderful did so O: ;P,811'I: : USe I

WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING" loss.much to aid and comfort us In our, xSulndawApriI121

The Rackstraws

IJ will 1EDE8AL Perish rCttt LAND Cash Farm TFtaaa'cTfirm.BANK MeHcage LOAN PIZZAYU ; '- 2 to 8 p.m. ', t j ji

Impre.e...", sew fcsnldtogs. parefcasa -3E I
wind machines and Install arrt..... > t,1 2-3311 : h Business"I
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FwehaiM re'Und. .
-twill? Sugarland PharmacyHoward
PrevlderNti1'""'" r.r fares

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s winter home of the famed and luncheon
I Page THE CLEWISTON (Fla. NEWS. Thurs., April 18, 1963Women ty serious golf for a fellow on his Too Late To I Black Hills Passion Play, stagedso story of the Passion clubs'PIa tom., ". fill
third !
try j
magnificently at Lake Wales. with railroad and buojL>
[ Personals Addle McGehee had her best For a time even this fine attraction ting up special trains i

4i2c4 round Charlie Friday Wlesenfeld; with a 42.was elated ClassifyBy I seemed lost when bad Starting with the Tamp-S1 amt :I

weather, lack of interest and support ersburg area he
over his 78 last Saturday and RUSSELL KAY financial difficultiesthat elal arranged ftttl.1
brought excursion
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Miller and ewe Jack RedUh came in with a very The return of the Easter sea- appeared insurmountable. problem of trains Thea \
transportaUoa 0rl
children of West Palm Beach were nice 76. ion brings renewed faith and hopeto Late \
Easter guests of his mother, Mrs We also found out that Frank' mankind. This year it is partic- Aroused, the people of Lake Play Wales amphitheater depot to the pub','

Charles H. Miller I Beach visiting their son Preston Mottley carded a 39-39 and on ularly impressive to Florldlans. Wales determined that the Passion could; arose, 30'
Rev. and Mrs. George Neal of McGee a student at Palm Beach Mrs. Bill Watton Monday Letty McConville got her The destructive cold of last December Play must not fail What could be there/and he get several hundred

Hollywood visited Sunday after- Junior College.Mr. Honored At Shower 39; Tuesday brought Lois Scott's left our normality beauti done to save the situation? How tog pie : back. A mass :I
increased and was held
attendance be and
noon with Rev. and Mrs. Henry H. and Mrs. Joe Anderson and 49. v ful flowers, trees and shrubbery, citizens her tllle4 h'
Mrs. Wm. W. Watton was honoree the magnificence of this marvelous volunteer
Nobody said word but-that and life- +
Ford. a brown
family of Orlando spent the week- even grass
at a stork shower given at the Inspirational attraction be train and carry; the arrivtafC\
Mrs. Leona Swearlngen Mrs. end visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. grapevine Is tremendous! \
home of Mrs. Franklin Simmons Floridians in their own \
less.But brought home to both cars.
Virgie Harper and Mack McCal Tanner. Mrs. Anderson is the for- Nature has a way of healing -
Thursday evening with Mrs. Quincy and winter visitors? The result was
attended the Passion Play and mer Joyce Tanner. such hurts and with the coming truly I
Singing Tower Concert in Lake Westberry co-hostess. Girl Invited of spring many plants and They engaged the services of an The spirt of Lake Wales ev:
Mr .and Mrs. George Beck spent t A pink and blue color scheme ed Itself when just
able Fred
Easter. publicist about
Wales on trees we thought dead are showIng experienced )
the weekend with relatives in Fort was used throughout the party. To Enter Contest citizen signed
choice for up to '
Guest of Bandmaster and Mrs. signs of life, sap is flowing Orr. It was a fortunate ProvIde lit'
Lauderdale Games were played and refreshments As train
Jack Scott for Easter weekendwas of and cake Girls of the Clewiston area are again, new growth is making its his faith and enthusiasm was ed in after Wlllw."
punch were bringing
Garonof Jennings Ezelle of Stetson University the is and boundless. Not content to sit In hundreds
her mother, Mrs. Joan served. invited to join the Junior or Senior appearance grass green ora from
Miaiiu. Deland is spending the Miss Everglades Contestat we know that Florida will soon attain an office and send out press releases TKftjjSwelcomed
The evening was enjoyed by a Beauty citizens of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sparlingand spring holidays with his parents, the Pohakee Harvest Festival. her former loveliness as scar he literally went out and
J. W. Ezelle. His large group of friends of the hon- them and thmt
Dr. and Mrs.
and took people by the scruff of the drove
children of Miami spent sev- The junior contest ages 4 disappear new growth replaces -
is Joe Durham of Bowden, oree. their own cars to amphSJ
eral days visiting her pa'ents. Mr. guest through 7, will be held Thursday all trace of cold damage neck and brought them to Lake the
and Mrs. W. A. Moore. Ga., also a student at Stetson.Mr. night April 25 at 7.30: and the Easter also serves to remind us Wales to see the Passion Play ter and when the show wai OIl!

Mr. sad Mrs. Glenn Etherton entertained and Mrs. J. M. WhIdden and Cham Dickey Has senior contest aces 1629. Friday that Florida is fortunate in being He appeared before church groups were on hand to provide tasW.
titian back
I II to
Miss Maxine Whidden of Bradenton train.
with a family dinner night at 7.30: both in the Pahokee
Easter Sunday complimenting his and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mon Skating PartyCham High School Auditorium. It was the most amazing example -

aunt Mrs. Olive Bradley, who will roe of Bartow were guests of Mr There of civic pride, civic loyalbw
is a $10 entry fee in the Sauce Casserole With
soon return to her home in Carbondale and Mrs. Vincent Hendrlcks for Dickey, son of Mr. and senior contest and $5 in the junior I community Interest ImagiaiN

: 111., after spending the the weekend. Mrs. Carlos Dickey, celebrated his contest Party dresses will be worn Mix\ Few communities could conunw
winter in Moore Haven. Other Guests of C. E. Robbins for a seventh birthday Friday with a by the juniors and prmals or semi- L Canned Dry Soup such public spirit for any tllII!

guests were Mrs. Minnie Ether- spring vacation are his granddaughter party at Em's Rollerland. Games formals by the'' senior entrants. Backed by the citizen d

ton Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sealey Janet Sue Vidas and her were won by Bobby Pearce, Sue Three top winners in each division community Fred Orr contoZ!

Mrs. Phyllis Sabo and daughter friend Susan Reid of Hlnsdate, Christian and Claire McCarthy, will get valuable prUes. '; ". his campaign and as a result the*
Shelley of Moore Haven, and Mr. Ill. Janet Sue's father Wm. Vidas, who received complimentary tick- The JayCees have left entry
and Mrs. D. W. Judd and daughter brought the girls down and returned ets from Em's as prizes. blanks at the Clewiston News officeat Play and enjoyed the warm hoti.

Ellen and Beverly and Mal to Hinsdale last weekend. Skating and refreshments were the Wallace Pharmacy in Bell 3 I tality of a wonderful comnagl

colm Etherton of dewlston. Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and her enjoyed by Kim Sutton, Jody Hen- Glade and Keen Real Estate in I : that they will long treasure u I
Freddie Dyess of the Naval Baseat sister Mrs. H. R. Lamb of Okee- dry Diane Jury Belinda Herring Canal Point delightful experience.

Sanford spent the Easter week- chobee left over the weekend fora Stacey Sanford Clint Miller, When they start awarding"cars"

end with his parents Sheriff and visit with relatives in Okla- Kathy Lee Martin Lowe Frances to enterprising communing
Mrs. Earl Dyess Sr. homa. Pearce Bobby Pearce, Raul Garza BIRTHS my vote will go to Lake Wife

Miss Cheryl Crampton of Evanston Claire McCarthy Monies Mc-
Bowden the
Mrs. Beryl spent
Ill., and her roommate at the weekend In Tampa, joining her Carthy and Marie McCarthy. Staff Sgt and Mrs. H. F, Andrews St. Augustine Gets
University of Vermont, where she I of Charleston S.C., are the
son, Capt. C. K. Bowden of Self- Historic
is a student, spent the Easter Painting
ridge Air Force Base Michigan, proud parents of a son Timothy f- :
vacation visiting her uncle. Urban MaUle, born April 13, weighing
who was there on a short mission. An original watercolor pain&!
Koch and family in Fort Lauder- Club
Country seven pounds four ounces. Mrs.
dale and her grandfather U. T. Mies Sylvia Beatty has returned Andrews is the former Dorothy depleting the founding of St Auj
from a visit in Titusville with her ustine nearly 400 years to
Koch Sr., in Clewiston. Mr. Koch Mae Spurllng. The maternal grand ago
also spent a few days In Fort grandmother, Mrs. F. E. Chalker. NotesBy parents sire Mr. and Mrs. Mallle Farris been presented to the city by Goi

Lauderdale during their visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wright and Spurlin and the paternal grandparents Bryant.A
Matt and
Stanton formal
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Crose former children and Mrs. George McGee I are Mr. and Mrs. Dave presentation ceremou
residents of Clewiston. spent the day recently at Fort s was held Monday at a nwrtu:
are Ruth Mottley won the Ladles Olsebrook of South Clewiston. of the St.
Augustine Rotary Out
now residing In Mohr's Trailer Myers Beach. Day Low Net Tournament Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Eluterlo Herreraare

Park Belle Glade, on State Road Mr and Mrs. Fred Young and Prize for the most fours went to the parents of a son born April Adjutant General Henry W. lit

I 715. children of Live Oak, were guestsfor Lllah Florentine. 13 in Hendry General HospitaLThe ,if r "flood things'come In small ness in a small can, yon won't Millan governor, ,acting presented on the behalf ol h

Mr. and Mrs. George McGee Easter of his parents Mr. and Tomorrow the ladles will playa baby; weighed eight pounds, packages is a well known tellers it until yea try It. I W. I. Drysdale painting
spent Saturday in West Palm Mrs. Sam Young. Blind Hole match, full handicap seven ounces. saying. It's a well known fact, Chicken And Green president 3Augustine's
holes will be posted after play Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Andrewsof too, when the package contains Casserole Bean) 400th Annlvenu
two little of Inc
cans dry soup mix.
Try Pennsylvania Dutch-Style Lettuce begins. Clewiston are the parents of an Treasures,indeed these canned f tablespoons\ eoraituehSM In making the presentation
The men's club championship 8V4 pound baby girl, born April dry mixes become cup water
soap superb
1 1% chlcktnnoodl McMillan noted that the palatial!
can < eunoti)
-w (with handicaps) has progressedto 12 in Hendry General HospitaLMr. | .
soaps tasty dips tempting skillet dry coup mix titled "The Founding of SL Au .
.11 the semi-finals. Glen Etherton, and Mrs. Richard C and casserole dishes. Versa. 1 cup cooked chicken cut In stripe |
4 k after winning from Rick Mattson, Knowles of' Clewiston are the tile economical, flavorful and 1 bini cup cooked French style grids ustine, was one of several coo-
missioned American Oil Con
I will meet Campbell Nail, who won proud parents of a daughter bornon requiring 10 little storage space, 1 ae IK ouncti) water by
dRw from Frank Zemonek. After beating April 10. The baby weighed you'll find these new soups Just cheitnut, illctd pan to commemorate slfniflciie:
M great for all your cooking needs. 1 tablespoon aoy MUC events in the nation's history.
Carl Ferrera, Cecil Parkinson seven pounds, seven and one-half For dinner tonight sauce a U cup slivered tlmondf

r plays Frank Mottley, who down- ounces. delicious chicken casserole In saucepan, blend cornstarchand
ed Otto Larsen.In Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young are cooked chicken, green beans, water until smooth. Stir in
the Ladles Club Championship the proud parents of a son, who I water chestnuts and almond topping soup mix; bring to boiL Cook PIZZAYU
Jean Roland lost to Addle was born April 14tli. The baby .'With canned chicken 7 minutes, stirring now and then. ,
McGehee and Frances Morgan defaulted weighed 8 pounds,,ll% ounces.FULLER'S noodle dry soup mix. The soup Add remaining Ingredients except 2-3311
mix not only adds a rich chicken almondi. 1>
to Ruth So, Irs feltr .
Mottley. r flavor but also provides a smooth quart casserole. Top almonds A
f Ruth Mottley and Addle McGehee perfectly seasoned sauce plus Bake at 1507. for SO
r In the finals. FOLLIESBy tender noodles. So much good minutes. Hakes 4 servings. Sugarland Pharmacy
f The ---- -- --- -
I, Y 16 teams competing in the
I Calcutta April 21st will be auc-
a's tioned off at the barbecue the AL, FULLER

previous evening.The .
teams are made up as fol- Energy London Authority- The British announced Atomic it's talk about a handsome !
lows: No. 1: Joe Hendry, Louise experimenting on a new whiskey- )
Welsenfeld, and Harry Vaughn Jr.; "antomlc scotch"
No. 2: Jack Redlsh, Bonnie Dur- 1 eI
"The whiskey it into seal-
; put a
r L t 1 ;sa, rence Dick Baker; No. 3: Earl ed chamber and bombarded with I \

Morrison, Pat Baker Otto Larsen; Isotopes...
i No. 4: W C. Prewitt, Frances Nall
what a blast you could
Ed Dean; No.5: Carl Ferrera, throw with that!
? N Margie Hendry; Bob Berner;
j No. 6: Charlie Wlesenfeld. Eve- S e e

lyn Vaughn, Jimmy Harris No.
; Washington Only In America
: lilA 7, Pat Morgan, Frances Morgan, could you find .a clerk enjoyingas
Top-rated salad in the Penn LETTUCE AND SHRIMP Rick Mattson; No. 8: Jack Martinez high a living standard the S"r'
] as
sylvania Dutch Is hot
country SALAD Ruby McIntyre, Bill Baker; nation's leaders.
bacon and /
I lettuce. Though vinegar poured sometimes over (Makes B servings) No. 9, Jim Brandon, Ruth Mott Ralph R. Roberts clerk of the

I called "wilted lettuce" the surprising M cup mayonnaise ley, Frank Zemonek; No. 10:: Warren House, admits, he ,uses his Gov't
thing is that the hot 1 teaspoon salt Howell Nell Hooks, Ed Mc- Cadillac limousine to go to the -

\\1 dressing does not destroy the H teaspoon ConviHe. race track. I
crispness of the leaves; pecially 2 teaspoons pepper vinegar >> No. 11: Sid Crochet, Gwen Hare The House budget allows 10.600 rL
when western iceberg Tony Toulls; No. 12: LeRoy; Hare, for the Speaker's
lettuce 1 medium fcaad western Iceberg limousine $10.500
is used with its extra
measure of brittle, snappy lettuce Sera In Lucille Weaver, Campbell Nail; for the Majority Leader's and $10- -
ales pieces bite No. 13: Jack Moorman Lllah Florentine 500 for the Minority Leader's.There's .

., .. leaves.PENNSYLVANIA Hi pounds cooked shrimp Harry Vaughn Sr.; No. 14: only a lump sum allocated -
DU' CH.STYLE LETTUCE chilled Eddie Crosby, Addle: McGehee, ((1,260.970)) to the clerk of the

(Makes 4 servings) 2 cups dc.d cooked potalosl4' Gene Hough; No. 15: Frank Moth House, with no mention of the
I medium bead western chilled ley, Lett McConvUle, Earl Byrd; right to a private limousine.
No. 18: Glen Etherton, Jean Ro-
iceberg lettuce 3 hard-cook4 eggs, chopped
I slices bacon and chilled .. land, Bobby Hare. "-
14 cup sliced green onions 12 Deviled Egg Halm Mr Vaughn found himself on Altoona, Pa.-A dog was put into L
H cup vinegar the brink of breaking 90 last Sat space without costing taxpayersone
T4 ieu bouillon sugar Blend together mayonnaise,1salt urday. One putt would have done cent."Slinky.
r 1 beef cube pepper and vinegar; chill Itt! ," 6 month-old beagle,
to cup water Toss dressing with lettuce, was lying In
Everyone was happily surprisedto her dog house when
teaspoon pepper shrimp, potatoes and chopped see Melvin Wilder and a wind storm suddenly roared feast
Barney up
Reserve outer lettuce leaves Garnish
I eggs. with Deviled
to line salad bowl; tear nI' Egg Halves. Barron put In a reappearanceafter picked up the dog house and car-
maining lettuce into bite-size several years. ried it high and Mr. your
I' I pieces. Cook bacon until crisp; Deviled Egg Halrsst Cut S Red Roalnd got a big laugh until The dog house finally came to
crumble and drain on absorbent hard-cooked eggs In halt] we found out he shot a 43. Pret- rest In an open field and Slinky eyes
1 .paper,.reserving drippings lengthwise. Remove yolks; reserve slunk out unharmedsass
in pan. Add green onions,' whites* Mash egg yolk
I vinegar, sugar bouillon cube'I with U cup mayonnaise, 1 on .
I water and pepper. Bring to al tablespoon chill: sauce and % Port Portal Uganda-Believe It /7J
: boil and toss with lettuce and teaspoon salt. Fill this
I egg whites or not many Africans have never ,
0 I bacon. with egg yolk IW4Nn1e y seen an elephant,, lion or hippo. v7'e

i Im_ Even though this country supplies

I animals to zoos an over the world.
CLEWISTON' FUHUDA Much of Uganda's, large popula 36

t.I'q tlon Is In the eastern section of .lt't '<0II1OUt V baWd. '\through and
Double Feature Africa where few animals exist thrc-jt.: You know It by the I txsirtJful

\ Fri Sat. April 19"Papa's 20 Uganda is planning to start Its finish by the solid/ buM.. by the

I: r Delicate own zoo, so the population can see tunning design' And by the name. .. Caloric
what their animals look like. -'

I 1'.1,1 Condition"JACKIE e 5 eYou've Hen's Just a hint of the >
RESTAURANT tures waiting for you feeaeris. Brings you broiled foods In one third
GLEASON read about a "thinking the time, with natural Juices sealed I Inside.
This was made for laughs. man's BulIMn piddle For quick "' '
filter but one man usesa hamburgers, Cuts fuel consumption In halt.
j; Look at Fresh Seafood! Join the gay parade "thing man's CHEW" eggs burner.pancakes IDol Chops Converts to a fifth Precision controls So dependably automatic

''I At a steel factory scientific at- Removable they almost think for you" And

{f'i 'I Danish Lobster Tails! Clams! "Day Earth Caught' tempts to automtt,'continuous: and deandoltight doors. Now Into. .the pop sink the for own bright clear dials' you can seel.

: Fire"A steel process were getting DO quick a Smart styling Beautiful colon.Jlui color-

f1 Seafood Platter! Shrimps! front seat of most Jolting place L "..Wfltwi Own Holds foods down to matching sinks, hoods and plash/ piat...

r Alaskan Crab! Oysters! evens, of, tomorrowSun. Their an engineer noticed that WIItft meals IN deluded Use for Don't wait another day., Come In and see
the man In charge of the final lfrwtlncfood. tool how much pleasantar your kitchen win be

: Softshell Crabs! Mackerel! station always spat his chaw Into [Ultra-Hay Radiant High Broiler with Rotli/ with a new Calorie Heritage "Am**
\ I Mon Tues., the molten pot. When the chaw lea's easiest range to keep dean.
Shrimp Salad! Scallops! April 31 22 23 sank he held the batch. When it

Red floated, be moved the batch to the
I Snapper Kingfish!
"Love b A Ball" receiving vat
Stone Crabs! Catfish! GLENN FORD The experts had been'using computations Gas Co.

of temperature, time and
Make Glades HOPE LANGE
Your Seafood Headquarters! For movie goer who needs ev ,I rates.
r ting. You couldn't have The operator with the chew had DAN
more fun for love or money thought of a way to use specific

gravity. Phone YU 2-1311 .

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I THE_CLEWISTON__IFla.l(_ > NEWS, Thurs. April 18._1903_____PageS

SpJJM TIQWA1 I sold a hoc last year and wentto L'

i>t t} t acsa aaasart.town to lie test said eat he the sold price another on. Happy Birthday'April

I I hoc last week fer the 18: Pat Peters Tommy J.
11-2 at Lake Worth Thursday. lame price and went to townto Akin.

Falcons HoldSuncoastTop lara took second place with a Rlv-11-1 teat It out on sausage and It April 19: S. K. Swayne. James
,I romp over Clewiston Tuesday 'nit was np t cent a pound. What Hill Jr., Sam Long, Mrs. Annie
Fort; Pierce whipped the same Out he want them fillers on the Sutton.
Thursday 3-0. Lake Worth House Committee en Government April 20: Mrs. E. B. Bethea Jr.,
ceded Thursday' victory with pre I Operations to tell him la R. Eugene Bream, Rev. H. H.
Hill, now win- 5-0 decision .t Pahokee. Tuesday who la fltUni that extra X cent.I Head AI Flschbach.
unbeaten Forest thl gyring has to keep in the contention. Seacresl t reckon Mister Editor, the April 21: Edna Taylor Gunn,

11 straight grip on the leadership escaped the basement with a l-9 feeling the fellers at the country Ernest Douglas, Ray Lee, Mrs.Ola .
netyrm {
two-game thriller store hal got on this matter lapritty a
> Conference over Palm Beach. I Daughtrey, Mrs. L. C. Redish
of the SunC08st 1' N 9 good crow-section of OI> ).
three-fifths depart- Standings today: ts. t.t ion everwhere in the nation. Sr.April
With.Twhat serious rivals the iD-1 22: Hager Lowe, Lewis
ed. well be Team Won Lost Pet. ernment spending and the Kelly.
Falcons have left may week', nine- Forest Hill .......... 8 0 1.000 debt as got plum out of the April 23: Richard Bethea, O. H.
eliminated in Riviera Beach '''_' S 't .750 where a average citizen can Mazzina, Fisher Ange Jr., Mr.

game league schedule.Falcons Fort Pierce .............. 4 I .667 stand it. George He \\ley. .,.,
The visit lastplaceClewlston Lake Worth ..--... .... 4 2 .667 Yours truly, under-I April 24: T. J. Adams Mr.
on Tuesday's six-game Belle Glade ....w_. 4 4 .500 .t N, hs Uncle Jesse Passmore, Wattle Sue Williams
card and then call on runner-up Stuatf' ?__.. 3 I .500 .

pr. Friday afternoon. Riviera Vero Beach ......?... S I .500
hO.luPahokee Forest Frl- Palm Beach .....?... 2 I .400 Youngsters Race I

da1" crucial test Bill Se.crest ..........,.._. 1 3 .250 At Roping ClubAn
dumped Riviera In a non-counting Pahokee .__. ..---.1 4 .200 CROSS

till a fortnight ago and two more Clewlston .. ... _. 1 7 .125 added attraction at the meet- ONLY
week will virtually
successes this Ings of the Roping and Riding Cluban
lock up the pennant. I informal group of cattlemenand
1-ort Pierce and defending Ladies of Lake women, is the group of youngsters r rI
champ Lake Worth also are two who also ride. Their events rr I
ames back of the Falcons and Bowling League are racing, and their favorite, the rI I r
fill entertaining title hopes, but barrel race.
two defeats each already make Team Won Lost I.aK Taking part In the last race were flA II
awe hopes rather faint. Lake U.S. Sugar Corp .__._ 73 47 Avant Brown of Moore Haven, who
Worth entertains twice this week Sport Shop __.__...... 66 54 came in the best time of 25 seconds
facing Stuart Tuesday and Sea- Parkinson' ._.....___ 65 55 TIGER and Joe Davlson, Clewiston, i
CHEERLEADERS for 1963-64 season, bel Jackie Goldman: center. Cindy Allen, Sally
will be
Friday. Neither easy. Hare Lumber Co. ____ who
crest 80 00Toggery was a nose behind at 258
tough Palm now working hard at practice and to raise funds Ollphant; back row, Jan Wilson, Linda Johnson,
Fort Pierce hosts Shop ____ 59 61 to take seconds. Also racing were Cindy CORNERSJOHNSON'S
training at Cheerleader Camp this umMar Bell Fry, Janice Carun, Sara Jo Cato and
then unpredictable -
Tuesday, goes Glades Restaurant 54 Woodward, Pat Christian
Beach 66 mer to I front Lucky
r : Sandra Pace (Capt.) Shlela 11Bar.r.: Zemonek.-STAFF PHOTO.
Stuart Frid.y.Other Wilson Lumber Co. ,__._ .9 71 Wynn, Carol Davidson, Buddy
games Tuesday have Sea- Adams and Jay Woodward.The .

crest at Vero and Belle Glade at High Individual Series I Uncle Dan From Devil's Garden I I finances since them Congressmen club will rope and ride again
non-league Jupiter. Also Friday Polly. Mclendon w_ 551 Says: I, put the tally sheet In orbit. Sunday afternoon starting at 3 FISH CAMP

Clewlston is at Palm Beach and Helen Klste ....__-_ 477 I Clem Webster said U was aU o'clock In the Woodward pastureon
Cocoa comes to Vero. Vero will Jo Ann Spurlln _M'__M. __ 458Hlsh Our boys In Washington has per> cent ahead of what we oweain't be could do to keep up with the north aide of US 27 six BOATS. MOTORS. GUIDES
visit Melbourne Saturday been sitting deeper and deeperIn I no authority on money the price of bop since we miles west of Clewiston. The public Motor Repairs. bait. supplies
Forest Hill choked off Belle Individual Gaa:) debt now fer about 30 year when you lit above $10 but it looksto crossed tile New Frontier. Fee is Invited to watch and there Am BOAT TRIPS

Glade's pennant notions with a 3-2 Polly Mclendon ,M.---.,,,,?. 210 and I been wondering what would me like ,we're' gltting the red Instant he told the fellers he Is no admission charge.
happen If we final went plum Ink and the black ink close
comeback win last Tuesday and Charlsie Wilson __'_M'_ 188W1nnle mighty
busted. I recollect in 1924 that together.I I .easee
te iquelched Rams then Plank -__ 1791
Germany went bankrup and was was giving these Items to the
trying to spend printing press fellers at the country store Saturday
-jfi money that wouldn't buy nothing. night and Ed Doolittl

allowed as how the average tax.payer *
Well, sea where the House
unless he had went to
Committee on Government Operations
i iG whatever that la, haa Harvard or some of them fancy
come out with the flfcen. This I colleges, couldn't even add and
agency says the U.s. holding subtract such figgers, much leas
rJ understand 'em. Ed says he has
a* of Juno SO, 1962. was worth
$299.4 billion and batted tin quit trying to read Guvernment I ,
oar national debt of $$298 billion "W, ;'
3' )'-' made $14 billion Ia the SPECIAL \ '
( u .
Public .
?i: black.

Y- They give a list of our holdings -
and the two biggest was 772
million acre of real estate worth. IN are TUB AND:! COUNTY rose HBMHV Ji'POfl, :'.COUNTY rot'RT DAILY CLUB LUNCHEONS

1 1.w 1i 1r $86 billion, and holdings owned by IN REESTATE: ,
the Defense Department worth I OF
$165 billion. I .. ......
Farthermore, this Committee -. ''' : ti .xh;..
says these figgers Is based on purchase HAVIfOCUA1M8 AGAINST SAID ESTATE OR DEMANDS : Served from 1 11 1 :30 a.m. to 2 p.m. '
price and would be way low You and .ach *>( you are hereby y ;
on the market today. Fer instant, lalma otlfled end end demand retiujrad :which. ,aelth. ny or
J they say the 18 acres around the ., of you, may hay allam.t the from $1.25 .
..tat* of Qaynam B Rack.traw, d.>
0 White House cost original $1,000 ....d, lat. of Mid County to the .
and is listed at that price in the County Judge of Hndry County, : ,
holdings.But Florida at hi. offlo In the Court ... : .Y ,'.
Hour. of said County it LaBell,
t 1 I see in the papers next day Florida, within I six calendar month J.....( s
4 where some Republicans in the from the time of the first publication '. 1
of thl. nolle. Two eopl.* of ;
Congress claims these figgers was each claim or demand hall be In I
u worked up by the Democrats and writing and ihall ataf the place Dinner served i .
01 residence and addrei
JtNIOt CHEERLEADERS chosen te serve during the 1983.44Rare ain't to be trusted. But any way 01 the claimant, and port.hall be sworn
at Clewiston Rich School are front, Diane Williams (Capt.), you look at it Mister Editor, to by the claimant hi. agent or hi. "J
right U left Gayle Eoland, Quite Masalna. Barbara Waters and Karen Democrat or Republican figgers, attorney and accompanied by a flint ,::
; fee of on. dollar and such claim
HoDnd.-.OTAFF PHOTO. our holdings is Just one-half of one or demand not *o filed ahall be volilOAYNAM from 6 9 : =' .' '
D RACK8TRAW p.m. p.m. :: : .. ,
A. Executor of the Lt .. : : w,.. ',
Will and Testament of 1"

eeaaed Oaynam, B.. Raclcitraw, de. make selections : '
CN ill or your ;
Apr. II. is. May I, I, miM

. IN IN!REl AND FOR RESORT.* COUNTY the table d'hote or ala carte menus. 1 ;



TOil are hereby notified that a
written Instrument purporting to be kn
the last will and ttamnt of paid
decedent her been admitted to probate -
In this Court. You are hereby t
it can be bought month.commanded from the within date six 0'. the calendar first The Clewiston Inn :"

publication, of thl* notice to appear
In, this Court and chow cau.e, If i
any you can, why the action, of this
Court In admitting paid will to probate -
should not Itand N.unreyok.d.ROWARD PARSONS. Clewiston Florida Telephone YU 2-3501 ,

County Judge
Hendry County Florida

from CN .514Apr. U. II, May J, t. flu
yourHome I .

Complete Line Of I

Town Printer k _' r..4 Building Material





There is no piece of printed matter used that cannot be CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL \:


bought through your Home Town Printer. He'll give you AND EFFICIENTLY.

better service because he is interested in YOUR busiri ss.

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Pale 8 THE CLEWISTON iF1a( .i NEWS, 'lbur., April 18, 1983 Passion Play CHEERLEADERS "Made i in Floridt"

I i Closes SundayFor RUMMAGE SALEThe i I double Ling sizedelivery rooms, half Whlclll 1::.!:: : '..,

U. S. Sugar Corp. Will Cheerleaders will hold .1 idence and\to f(adaptable'rniVi siege! q J;; 0

63 SeasonThe I rummage sale Saturday, April flees aremanufacturer
I IriO. starting at 9 a.m. in front ofWelte.A dens which among the laltst
dramatic story of the last a Florida
nuts ture. 1rInte;:
Exhibit seven days of Jesus on earth, as The money! earned will go to- lie at the win shre to inn
at Florida
Exposition outdoor
: h r amphitheater told in beautiful performance 2V hour of the wards sending the Cheerleaders to altlon In Orlando IndurtrJea '
Cheerleaders Camp
I Black Hills Passion Play here, has expansion and cm! ,
l links Florida to also operates a huge ilques were < vr* '
A product that pany I to date attracted the largest attendance devised p
I the Spaniards In 1265.: the British devoted to the breeding and In 1963 of all 11 ;years Tax er, which pioneered mlise
I in 1767 and the Americans from provement of fine cattle.In the production has been comingto Cigaret tlon-Une mobile borne
1819 and thereafter will by mOlt addition to providing I' Florida.As Brings City $$'. state from .n Ocala Planl 0It.put.

standards of comparison be the wages in the the play was about to go into Cigaret smokers enriched the In 1958.
i I oldest organized industry represented dollars in the Clewlston and its final week, Harold Rogers, City of Clewiston' treasury to the
o at the Florida Industries ant areas U.S. Sugar general manager, said ticket sales tune of $3,37311 during the monthof 5/.11 WM
Exposition in Orlando April millions of dollars worth of (
were gaining steadily and had February. This amount was recently l
The product Is sugar, 23-26.1 terlals and services ;yearly, passed 1962-the record year, when sent to the city from the LAIXS1iyit11r1.ur't
mammoth United States "
contributes millions to federal
total patrons exceeded all previous of State Beverage Director
office Cab & ,
poration from vast fields The has S r
processes state taxes. company u
nine years by more than 6,000. Richard B. Keating It represents
; of raw cane surrounding multi- vided Clewlston with water, seat!rsae ltyt ?+ st
"o I million dollar mills at Clewiston er during its operating Five performances are scheduled 5 cents per pacxage on ail cigar- aiU phone r0tb1 I
and Bryant near Lake Okeecho- golf course, an airport, a during this closing week of ets sold in the city limits of Ciew- rssss,5lf
the ieason. There will be evening iston during ttte month of February --n-----------
center, two swimming pools, i
bee.The M. 3W eA performances Thursday and Sat- and reported by the retailersto
sugar and its source plant munlry' *crektIcid facilities
than 200 ,I urdaf, April 18-20 at 7:30: p.m. the state during March.
will be among more exhibit Clewlston Inn for visiting ,
spaces already reserved by nessmen andtourlsts 'and J....;.,...tPrealdest''Rtchi'r A special matinee is set for This adds the tidy sum of approximately PIZZAYU
Florida manufacturers for the 4- other advantages to help Saturday afternoon, April 20, at 2 $40,000 to the city each
day' April'displays in Exposition a modern city. 'JI'. Biker of the Clewlston Chamber of Commerce pm. to accommodate customers year. Cigaret tax funds are earmarked 2-3311
theo selected an appropriate" spot to present Mrs; Prlacflk'Neble tor capital expenses; they
Hall, which will spotlight .aboa'nf i special Atlantic Coast
j state's great quantity and diversity ,.lab As and a product Americans the all Spanish with a $25 check. The money was the reward U Mrs. Nobles for soVsnlttlnr Line train from Jacksonville, as pave streets, build sidewalks, install Sugarland PharmlCJBookkeeper
t i I of products and its nationally recognized -, to the sugar industry In "Shady Shores Waterway", la a contest to name the pretty well as students, church groups sewage systems or other public -
leadership in industrial dee The Spanish Colonial strip of waterway near Clewiston. The presentation was'made aboard a and other wishing to attend: works.
f'.1 cruiser en the waterway after fee Chamber selected the
velopment. ,
took for 1963
Menendez undoubtedly a The final performance
I prise-winning name.-NEWS STAFF PHOTO.
U.s. Sugar Corporation crows Wanted
from sugar-conscious Spain will be Sunday afternoon April 21
cane on a large portion of Its-l00-' planted -cane at St. at 3 p.m. preceded "by'a dedi- Social SecurityRepre.entative Full time
; I 000-acre spread in the Hendry- which he founded In 1565. on the possible marketing of their ing Rotary; Club and to Dan Mc- cation event at 1:30: p.m. sponsored DateA experient.
I Glades-Palm Beach County areas had used revenue derived from products. Carthy of Glades Gas for his assistance by the American Legion. ed Bookkeeper need.
and during peak seasons each year initial sugar to build royal "Thousands "of different types' 6f with cooking stove arrangements American Legion post and Wom representative of Uu. Social]
harvest, and" grinds enormous' some provided by even products and ''components will beton at the Center. en's Auxiliary from Security District office will be in ed at once. Good salary .
quantities of the green talks efforts while exploring: the display and Illustrated, r.n'-i groups Clewlston on Wednesday, April 24at I and
parts of Florida are planning to working ,
i grown under constant researchand : world. log from missiles, 'satellites, solid the personnel office of U.S. Sugar con
Grady NiblackSuccumbs send delegations to the ceremonyat
attention. The English manufactured rocket fuel and electronic and Crop., between the hours of ditions. Call WYman
which time Arthur M. McCar-
In the 196263'sealOn the Clew- units, to metals, buildinJmaterl.l. I Illress 9 30 and 12
commerclallly at the plastic to : a m. noon. 6-2245
ar thy, of Tallahassee, station lelioncomm.nder YU 2.1021
( iston'and Bryant plants ground or
Smyrna Colony between 1767 cellulose, nylon, clothes, will dedicate 30 Regular visits are scheduled
1,887,735 net ;tons Of cane and 1776, and ruins of old sugar minerals, chemicals, foods, boats J, Crady Niblack, a resident of foot aluminum flagpole to Josef a twice each month.
produced and .hi approxi 1)i and lawn equipment Clewlston for several in
pounds mills later were found I ;years Meier, world-famous portrayerof
mately'398.000.000 of raw Florida Including Fort The Exposition, which follow the 1930's. died at his home' in
the Christua in the Passion
ul.r'for refining at the Savan- I
the New Smyrna vicinity and closelly the state's observance of Lake City after an extended Illness -
nam IGa.) Sugar Refining Corporation Play. :
Leon Springs. Between 1850: Industry Appreciation Week April according to advices to Let Us
and sale under the trade 1860, Major Robert Gamble, 15-22 is sponsored in addition to the friends here. Mr. Niblack had suffered A bronze plaque installed in the
name of "Dixie Crystal In addition Tallahassee, erected a Florida Development Commission' a broken leg which healed concrete flagpole base, to be located -I
to sugar the Clewlston and in Manatee County. Others sugar. by the Florida State Chamber of badly and was subsequently infected permanently at the entrance to,' Air Condition
Bryant plants this past season pro- ed mill enterprises in Commerce, Associated Industries' causing the illness which the Passion Play cmphitheater will
duced estimated 9880000 gallons honor Josef Meier of Amer
an Including the of Florida, Orlando Industrial brought his death. as one '
of blackstrap molasses. squent Sugar;years Company, which in Board and the Florida Bankers Survivors Include Us wife Mina, ica's outstanding 'citizens' for 'his
Through constant research and ern taken by the U.S. Association and a son John.Chicken "moral and spiritual contributionto Your Car
was over
Improvements In the growing and a better America.
harvesting of sugar cane, refinements Corporation.In
in methods and machinery announcing that the Large Group Enjoys DinnerThe ,I 299.95
States Sugar Corporation
and plant expansions, the U.S. Clewlston 4-H Club is
Sugar Corporation through the an exhibitor at the Exposition, spon-I
soring a fried chicken
Florida Development Egg Hunt'Saturday installed in yoittet icar *
years became the largest raw cane the City Park Saturday, April 20 .I..II oN :
of five state
sugar producer in the continental one groups I
Several hundred children, preschool with proceeds to be used for the 0Id

United overall States.methods It which has developed not only of the purchasing display., said agents that with the through annual third city-wide graders EasterEgg enJoyed annual Serving Parent-Son will be banquet between the I POWER'MOWERS EASY BUDGET PAYMHff;PUAN

produce record quantities of raw power running into countless. hunt held Saturday morning hours of 11:30: a.m. and 6:30 p.m.,I Best Power Mower ever
lions of dollars In
sugar and molasses, but provide ''Fair with free home if '
delivery desired
at the Grounds. The event
residue for the of boilers every product in existence, Leta
firing Roseboom
visit Exposition Park to was sponsored by the Clewlston Meals may be ordered by calling Beck Motors(
In the mills, the nourishing of cane Rotary Club, with arrangements Joe Davidson at YU 2-1131 or any Agent
fields, and The and confer with
I poulbylitter. com display being handled by the Wetherald other club member.
Youth Center. Donations of $125 for adults Over a thousand eggs were dyed chicken) and 75 cents for children H261 days
and decorated by members of the I (tae chicken) will be accepted.

Youth Group Friday at the Center, 0 '
j Only and were bidden well before hun

time Saturday morning.The .

1st through groups 3rd, 1-3 age, 4-3 groups;years were and IF WEEDS HOLD DOWN YOUR PROFITS OM'GANE'( SEE THIf!

divided into separate bunt area,
with similar stuffed bunny prizes
being awarded to each group.
1 r a f P
Prize egg awards went to Z
Kathy Padgett. Lee Scott Charles
Fuller, Jack Clark Emily Manning ,,24'D H
and David Berner in the 1-2-3 H'e
pA age group, John Roth, Kathy Stalls
Teresa Spurling and Diane Bal-
I colories tot' dree in the .-5 year old group,
and Tommy Crawford, Lei Co-
the spoonful line, Freddy Guthrle and Muff S 5
Motley the 1-3rd graders.
) Recreation director Eugen Fuller -
and the Youth Board express
their appreciation for the finan-
cial backing given by the sponsor-

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4 ?! The South Bay Growers Sugar Cane Field Rabbit Island

This year> maD1' 'of your friends are trying Randox
cially" profitable control and at the only
and Sffi0? 2' 4-D for chemical weed cultivation. The yes
11I control which instance
WMWU simple weeds in sugar; cane have become a was obtained in a few

; distmtctitical problem !in the face of rising costs for A special work: Randox chemicals are strong (for J

\\I, 11 14 Nd'bther needs AND RANDOX AND RAN- takes a powerful chemical to do the job. -Randox iff*

\ L | X4TYARE OFFERING THE MOST ales 7 But, anyone capable of handling any precise*
If chemical tail"! *
ifCTCtffll&'OF'ALL' ftnd ltttle difficulty in handling Rm*
J, I : AVAILABLE PRODUCTS. Read the directons. Follow them for best results. Oftf >

)1 Beit of*ll.itt erler single instance where applied cor- you have any questions, check your experiment sta

: ,!1' t I: !II" --.r.J ft vH '!"ito*
S.i A a* Randoxf <
i '14 Mans u*?,'f.D'Jji' w1'toorked. There are instances where cost Randox plus 2-4-D coats about $11.4511er'
Cheek [
It !
yourself Compare : :=:: acre Compare it with mecM*
: S It J Prlcfs'for lowekt-p'kedtcktrentlii' '.
'I Yen's' find VALIANT Hit for lets. Scents dike Mtlsryt iII clean and bhcre cane aJ- per'acre for"the1"Decision Maters"'to chop out t1breadyrdosins'ver
/ toitJaofto weeds No mechanical crop.

''I ltivaolx8Y$22"No.'tieltJ'hfffllHo make or more decui per ons acre on plug your overhead Alan; you'will' be interested to knout that one Jest aL

I efl'tAop o1lN'\e bad (and sometimes toe good crop) at as ready has soown> a Vt point gain in sucrose (wurlb
l cost' of$11'to $75: per acrt a 9on Randox treated cane. -Another test skotpd
o *n ton gain on cut
,II But, look for yourself at the Rood The "commerBUT cane tonnage.

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t I be was back planned in, to time that for they Tuesd would. Official Explains i' stroying parents may property be ,required then he to or pay hh I THE> CLEWISTON (Fla) NEWS Thurs., April 18, 1963 Page 7 Ii I

.. classes.Probably.
l for this. Since the child would not won by Stetson University I seventh winner-Robert Wood of
the most pleasant our be kept In custody anyway, unless This announcement! was I Gainesville, senior, majoring in
prise on the entire trip was experienced Juvenile CourtBy for his atudentJ'l I
In Clewlston where a own protection or pro- the Danforth Foundation, chemistry and planning to go into I ,
tection of the community he may Is the foundation named medicine.
student In James Wright,
aw college Jimmy Counselor not be freed on bond.
l Weetman offered the boys a fried We also are sometimes asked,
chicken supper at hU home II Very often we hear the Juvenile : what is meant by contempt? Chap-
1f guests of his parents, Mr. and Mr court called' The} Kiddie Court". ter 39:13: states "The Juvenile
L. If this is to mean a court who is '
M. Weetman Needles to say, Court shall have the same power
the boys Jumped at the opportunIty. concerned with children then It is to punish for contempt as do the HI-WAY CORNER
true. However, often it is not circuit courts and may punishfor
Chapter 39:08 of the Florida State
Rev H. H. Ford pastor of Community contempt any person Interfering -
Church had previously Law says' "The process, summons with the administration of or }
warrant and orders of the
offered the Parish House to the violating any provision of this 100 ft. Frontage 100 ft.
court shall deep
juvenile run throughout ,
boys for lodging. Each boy carried chapter or order of the court rela-
the state, as fully and effectively
extra clothing and a bed roll thereto. I
for camping out. "as the process of the circuit As to the several questions on Only parcel this size available
court. if.:
"This has been one of the moat public Information as to Juvenile '
enjoyable events of my life," IIId In many respects, the Juvenile court hearings, I will try to answer In Clewiston One Owner r '":
Bill White and the others echoed court has to have far reaching authority them at a later date. I -
their approvla. in order to correct all Also for the convenience of anyone -:
types of delinquent behavior. So needing to contact me re.ard-I : '
the name "kiddle court" only has ing the Juvenile court. I will be I
meaning when it Is applied to a in the dewlston sub-office: on I *
New Books
Raise court dealing with children and Tuesday of each week and in the

A FRIEND'LV DEED; U Jimmy Wee train, left, as he offers food and their families. I LaBelle office on Thursday; each I
.* W tower .. fellow Often people want to knowhew week.
a collate
MMibilitjr mates Brace
JM tile RaDfMr BiU.WhIN-and BID fleck.amUm. ( appreval .U Be*Matte.,H. H., Library UsageA much bond is required for J. E. Beardsley Real Estate
certain of law. The
Community Presbyterian a..... ,
Ford,of the The four eyelids
curtate to Ml"l from g*. Petersburg Thursday.. and spent the night were cumber of new books have fact is, that there Is no bond In Stetson Student ,
parish lao.le.-NEq'STAJ1I' been placed on the shelves of the Juvenile Court. The child Is
h At Presbyterian PHOTO. Re?. Real Estate Broker
Clewtston Public Library and Mr. not considered a criminal and Gets Fellowship
Find White of Panama City and BIll I Alice I Ford, librarian,. has com need not make a plea of guilty
Heck of Miami, were accompanIed piled a list of them. Included are or not guilty. Seven out of a total of 10 Dan- Phone YU 2-7501 Clewiston
Food And -ShelterFour by 'a' fifth collegemate who adult, junior and youth fiction and There are no costs involved in forth Foundation Fellowships I
had an accident about three hours adult non-fiction. Juvenile hearings. However, it the awarded to students at Florida colleges I
Ibytcrilan students of at Florida St. Petersburg Pres- out of SI Petersburg and was Among the non-fiction: books II child has violated the law by de- and universities! have been II I
College -
forced to turn back. the biography of Deaconess Har -
spent. Thursday night In riett Bedell, the Episcopal missionary .
About 12 hours
was required for
IClewiiton peddling after a enroute couple to day Miami.of the jaunt from St. Pete to Lake who reached fame through HIGHLIGHT OF FLORIDA INDUSTRY APPRECIATION' WIIK.
bicycle her dedication to the work with
I "We dldn want to go home for Placid where they spent their
first night at the Church the Seminole Indians. Deaconess '
[ and didn't have Confer
] the enough holidays money to live it up, 10 we ence Center there. The leisure leg Bedell continued active in this
field until she was past 80 year
Placid to
bikes to Miami Clewiston waj
decided to ride our
of age. Center of her work was at /
'" made in about eight hours, and ;
and back just for kicks, the
the Everglades and Naples, from Dn/W/SS'7
riders told the News on arrival young expected about a 12
hour trip into Miami. Upon arrival she journeyed dally into the
vastnesses of the 'Glades to help
Bruce Matten of Or- there and a good night's "+
The boys, sleep, a the Seminoles in guiding them to- ,
lando, Jon Runge of Orlando, Bill return trip via the same router wards a better life.

The library Is now receiving the
Congressional Record through the

luxury at fiw Mercury Saving1mi Priced courtesy Rogers. These of Congressman publication! Paul: are 4. FLORIDAINDUSTRIES

kept for a month, but due to lack
of space and facilities for storage .
they will be discarded after ;.

"" the month has passed.L. I .
M. Weetman, chairman of the I '
library board, reports that use of
the: library has almost doubled
that of last year. The report of
circulation for the first three
months of 1963 show 1,433 book
LaDa were circulated, and in 1962, 726 EXPOSITIONS I
books were circulated during the
same period. S
New books Include:

2968 the ADULT Center FICTION of the Earth: Journey(Verne to): ShowP/ Florida ProductsWHERE -

The Tulip Tree (Rlgsby); A Captive .
'in the Land (Aldrldge); Seve'ears
for Apollo (Whitney); MacKenna'i YOU'LL SEE PROGRESS OF FLORIDA INDUSTRY I '
Gold (Henry).
HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS, Inc. (Cotten); The Singing! Hill) De Here, at the 2nd Annual Florida Industries '
Jung), and Red Fox and the Hun I
SiKjorland Highway Cj wiaton. Flo. Tiger (Anderson).
gry ,: j Exposition: in Orlando will I ;
YOUTH FICTION, Man 0' War you see greatest'crowsection .

Be Wise Advertise' In'.The News' Runaway(Farley)| Girl Mlelssa(Morris(Fartnis) and ". I of Florida Product even r' l

ADULT NON-nCTIONl' Better I ,. : "
EngllshlLewla I( ); Better Compost : assembled in one place!
time (Shelfter); The Mentor Book

SPECIAL' SALEOn of Major American Poets (Wllliams .. "-, Here you'll see amazing new development yIn
); The Bridge at Andau
3 bedroom mobile homes (Michener). Up from Slavery "
electronics.. exhibits of the apace $ ,{'
LOW PRICES EXCELLENT FINANCING (Booker T. Washington).' A Nigh age .

Also ONE ONLY NEW 8' x 33' 2 bedroom CLEMSON to Remember Lord). together with'technical advances in a. 't : 141::,, ,

Full Price $2,500}, I." ExpositionPark fantastic# 'variety products of interest 1 'j", ,':' ': "
See these Bargains on display at I:!11 Orlando "' '
: ,| I to every member otthefamityl! }i: j
April 23rd-26th 1963 ": J"
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N f "tu6 t.-.a.r.lIcI._ hway .. ., : Don't miss this great "Show Case"-
t-t16. aewiiu. ** [**
t{ ..._ '- -;: .. !! t
4..L_._ __ FROM of Florida made products that are helping} "
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.,' 3 pm to 7 pm dally set the pace for the world's future! __



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Current Bicycle Licenses ,Are Required 'liL 4

by city ordinance on all bicycles

Clewiston t ,lid ;
operated on, city.streets'in f

Bring \Your; Bicycle To City 'Hall '_#/

at any time during office hours '

for inspection and purchase or. o r
bicycle license tag. cost 50c


Bicycles Will Be Given A Safety ;Checkand

before ".. \
must pass inspection

license will be issued Florida Indus tr Us Exposition Sponsored by* 1



Monday. Friday, 8:30 AM. 4:30: P.M. FLORIDA' STATE CHAMBER OP COMMERCE; .

Saturday. 8:30: ,. I -,
This aJmOstnuntfrutnttJaj II ptIIJlk James byUnitedStatesSugar.Corporation '' :

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) Page 8 THE CLEWISTON (Fla..) NEWS, Thurs. April 18, 1963 I Ma Memory Expert ti n.e teach. the tasi hIt

McCarthy Explains Engineers Report meeting was that announced at tile

Dredging Reaches 'I Talks At Rotary out the Belle Clewiston Glade hw* *

City Progress New High in District I Rotarian heard a memory expert their ran the attendance first quarter conS oT *

Twenty one dredges, floating I at their Monday luncheon committee was b
On Sewage Plant powerplants that improve harbors meeting at the Inn. Joe Hall presided out date of the dinner Bamed "
::1 and channels, are at work In the in the absence of President losers will treat theGene "b1ct
Jacksonville District of the U.S. Carlos Dickey and Gene Fuller 1riDnerL
l Dan McCarthy, city commissioner Army Corps of Engineers at this was in charge of the program Fuller reported
was guest speaker at the time. cessful Egg Hunt OB ,
Mike Nonan of Miami talked on Easter ih.
Kiwanis luncheon Wednesday, explaining Col. H. R. Partttt, district engineer { to which the Rotarians !
the value of a good memory
the progress of the city'ssewage with IIIOD
of the Army Engineers, said the Wetherald
in business or professions Youth
project, and discussing this is the largest number of everyone and demonstrated his youngsters doing an ./ C
tile ,
briefly other projects which the dredges to be in operation at one Fuller expressed
each Rotarian by name although appreelsllct
city has undertaken. time in this district in the past 30 the several Rotarians
Already in progress is street years. This represents a high percentage memory techniques by, to identifyinghe most of at the site of the hunt"ho h,'
Some streets was a stranger BataCaii
improvement. are receiving of the available dredges on -
to the day of the meetIng ----
them prior
new surface treatment asa
the east coast of the United States -
it protection against wear and tear The Jacksonville District includes He told members that every- ....n-
and also to prevent damage from -w- one could acquire a good memoryby ROCIC-DOnt
peninsular plus WETIIEBALD YOUTH CENTER; members spent tlon director. The eggs were boilcd.dyed: and decorated methods and techniques .
water seepage during the rainy Caribbean points of Puerto Rico the greater portloa ef Friday: preparing excess at the Center by the ;young folks, who learning for remembering. ..

season. Virgin Islands and Panama Canal ef 1,000 Easter Er'or the annual hunt held also hide the eggs prior to the hunt Saturday. Four Rotarians indicated their B. 'a
The city also plans to rehabilitate
light and improve the tennis courtsIn Zone. Saturday morning. Tits ClewUten Kotary: Club Cooking facilities were supplied courtesy ef Dan desire to take a memory course, '!.r '.. ...,-'
work the
Six dredges are at on sponsored the annual event, with the assistance. McCarthy and Glade Gas Company. Nonan said if ten Phone IT)n
the park recently leased from east and west coast introcoastal and persons
of the Youth Board and Eocene NEWS STAFF PHOTO.
U.S. Sugar Corp. for $1 per year. waterways, five are working the Fuller, reerea- signed up he would come to Clew

The sewage collection system Cape Canaveral Merritt Island
will loon be underway, bids are area, four are working on the being dredged for barging missiles ing contract Is underway for removal -
now being studied by the engineers Central and Southern Florida Flood and rockets to dredged-up islands. of shoals from Nassau River
for action at the next city Control Project and the remain- Low lying swamp'land is being to Hobe Sound. On the west
commission meeting, said McCar- der are at work In Florida harbors raised lor roads and launch pads. coast a afoot intracoastal water- EVERY FREE PAINT OFFER
thy.The and at Caribbean harbors. Three The'Intraeoastal! Waterway from 'waT from Anclote: River to Caloos
,city will finance the sewage more dredge ,will be working in Jacksonville to Miami, is being ahatchee River is under construe-
system through issuing $300- the Jacksonville District very soon enlarged to accommodate Increased Uon by dredges. Some $3 million -
000 bonds, pledging a portion of bringing to 24 the number under commercial and pleasure traf- work of work is underway on that nd MWATa unasa ptaaTs4.LAaa tss'. asst.TIj ........
cigaret tax funds for the bonds. contract in the Jacksonville district' fic. The waterway has already project at this time. lF.LsM 'arcades caT.a ''I'IIIIe' ,.... am !Ma
Other projects are more street I Work the I been"deepened to 12 feet from 2 ........ .tn M a eraatala.. J ............ a........ Wsa .t..rUN
performed by and
being All dredges are named, ....... .. ... .....
paving and building a shop at Jacksonville to Fort Pierce and is Oder J'W bees r M A a.dnr W .. ..
pro dredges on the Central and South- scheduled to be to 10 ironically, one named The Puerto wasm. ....... aU p.r ....... Its wraiM.mr4aaa, o.a ,.. Wyyore.q .
the golf course. ern Florida. Flood Control project deepened Rico is working at. the Cape Ca- ; .mdw s.Wda.. ... -aw. attrlba. N win wltts"h. awe.
i McCarthy: said the city's excellent is costing $12,> millUon. Another leet from Fort Pierce to Miami. naveral area, while U.S. contrac- ,; aN .... tha for" ..mra.te.b.1es.. .
j ; financial situation is the result $7.2 million in dredging is under- Dredging on the latter segment of tor-owned dredges with names like "II .... .0. ... ....
of operation of the electric way at Cape Canaveral and ".8 the waterway has been completed Jamaica Bay are working on the CAN "" ,
i distribution system. "Cities Flor- million Is in process along the in- to the vicinity of West Palm San Juan Harbor.Optometrist. "
ida which own and operate their tracoastal waterways of the east Beach. MARY CARTER PAINT' FACTORIESWORLD'S
own electric systems are in good and west coast. Add to this an $8.4 Everglades Harbor enlargementIs
( financial condition, while most million contract for enlargementat nearing completion and work is MeetDr. It LARGEST OPERATION OF ITS KIND
other cities are having financial San Juan, Puerto Rico harbor underway on Naples Harbor on the F fR I:

troubles," he said. and $264,618 contract at Chrlstlan- West Coast. Jacksonville Harbor, L. G. Vaughan of Clewiston Fuller's
AI Store
G. N. Pitzen presided at the sted Harbor at St Croix, Virgin from Trout River to Mayport, is attended the Florida East Coast Country
meeting and Ken Swayne introduced Islands and you come up with a undergoing maintenance dredging Optometric Association meeting In
the speaker. ((33,S million dredging program in and another maintenance dredg- Riviera Beach Wednesday. LAST! 8UOARLAND IIWY. CLEWISTON. FLORIDA
S. !t._Stalls, former member of the Jacksonville District. I

the Lake Placid Klwanls Club In addition, the Corps of Engineers -
was inducted into membership by has the hopper dredges that
I FURfJITUREIfhrifty !
Fred C. Sikes in a brief ceremony do periodic maintenance dredging 1 -

of harbors district.and cannel None is in underwayat the Jacksonville Shoppers Take 'Advantage of Bad ock's Low Prices

this time, but several major
jobs have been completed in the + Male hIced< y.w ............. for ell s....., ..... end la. +. rvsk.ro.CMw. .
past few months.Enlargement has ....... ., eM. M ii.. Ord ......... d ....., and
of the Kissimmee ,.H.. (mnltvra' m H...M.. All AT iPKIAl LOW LOW FIICEM' Ol* SerlMdWytaf .
River and Caloosahatchee Riveras I a- ., IMM OMATRIAV1NOJ IN IVHtT MNMtTMCNH
a part of the flood control project
account for the biggest slice
gt dlAMERICA'S of the work. Both rivers are being!
widened and deepened in connec-
tion with raising of dikes around '
Lake Okeechobee to provide bet-
ter channelization of water for EASIEST TERMS
storage In Lake Okeechobee. The
Klsslmmee River, a BO mile long
winding river, Is being straightenedto
provide a more efficient chan-
nel and to provide drainage for a : STACK 01 fOiDING '
700 square mile Klsslmmee River Deluxa l

I .basin., I1 4 \ CHAIR
GREATEST At Cape Canaveral, channels are ij-;; t"
DRUG STORE EVENT,' (tiJ:' fIM ,.n..... .._
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Vets Info ServiceBy i"' ": .UJ JPIECIDEUJXI
WHIU may IAn
10 DAYS ONLY FBANKE.YELTRE CheIte....... Avt I with Deluxe Square.Arms
County Service Officer
,f'l Infer. HIM Mvhtfi by ..,..., Ate
NATIONALLY AQVERIISa The habit. of "riding'the 31.day 98 1 21' ..." ... ...,. ""-" .""... '

un LOOK grace period" has caused the lapseof $3 ..... and-WhM.. ..mwit ...= yen-
GI Insurance policies for many BOON -rr
e posr. hundreds of veterans in recent u ded.ss"
s ... Db WN. ....
years. the Veterans ,Administration S : g AIi.-QeI-
SUNDAY: :> said today. ) 2 twdb.g AlasMss cs.MIC' '
ffwihi NEWSPAPERS. Too many veterans on "grace I" CRAM L I .a..I1s.I DowN DIIIVIU i #joi Chris iMm., $14.95,1 #n$ r.idl.pai, $1.98
period"- I time forget their final lZt .
rice f i deadlines, and eventually allow I IEtEtillC
J.:3 I
nut 4 ttwrrSugarland h p4o $90WOf7lo1Sa8YR .._ ,
A TV time when their dependents need '
protection the most, says the v: c dt '
in St. Petenblug''yiiaunTflThey : ; t off l l4O
1f9i 1 UY + d4 a+ .f J
: l advised veterans to mate F9
Rexall up that monthly] payment that they

may be running behind, even if f:
Pharmacy they have been making their payments !

each time during the grace .> 1
period.NEW OI.D rAStaalaD qOACN
\ / .oc lll.m

mw fJ17.!! t + 512.88 dy .
j' ) I' E.--: Double-Arm Glider Group

f economy safety efficiency ,r: .d heft _..._ $17.88 O All w..Nw* dw.bb. d.ubi..rs alwdnss
.J. tit ,0 rr.w.a, rbd... wIM ....... ... Ce.....,
..........nand ....... ... + WIllIe, Tallow.. g Wh...., AI..d aba
.. .... Hell _.$22,88 **"* 904 101.

tll ON ROUTE DELIVERIES, tt D.ha.rs onda. $12.9.8 &..w.cw. Jl9.98 *-* cw$Y.98

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"PARCEL ;. as '. SON WU CHAIR "-_.--.. .,,$9.95 \
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'i! ._"",".1,000 ftmttb0W.vw.NvriciM walk-in delivery van you can buy ; coop)
: ,4 Gft Fketvaall .1
the sensational new-'Jeep l
I ,' ........ .....r-NM4.ni....51.N4..... Parks and maiMuvera ideal uy..evea vehicle formultistop in Badcoek's Are
.. .air heavy tn Ie. If* the Headquarters, Outdoor Furniture

.... ..........11IICIL... designed front delivery lets the flea driver New are afety-. the . .

l w..-.....Saw..I2\t.- ...... road just a clod way Ia front ofthe -
: bum Top fM .eoaoB |oa These Gtddens Furniture BondSt
1; .
wwe..aritaaaas are a few el the ieeoa why the Co. :
adawwa..L..e.s US. Port Office parchued over' 8,000, Clewiston
I I : feOne......:p hiss. Jeep' Fleetvan. 8.e to* new 'Jetp Florida
FUctvma today.
,.nut MTM. we.mue,.MM. CM if TO tttvuN luutaSUGARLANDMOTORS I.WIIta. '

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KILL ROACHES with Dlazlnoi THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, Tours. Ap.il 18. 1983 Page 0
ADS with your garden hose. Spray the CommissionersLease

outside of your home every sU which will be used In county road leaving the fence in good condition t t'

months and be free of roaches. and bridge program, and a I at the end of the lease term;

PHONE YUkon H201 --- ------. Costs as little is.16.50 plus a few Air GladesTo canopy for use on a county truck, Thomasson Instructed to survey

: moments of your time. See us to transporting the prisoners. the portion, marking the corners '
Four cents j your lot, no down FOR RENT 2 ; .r
RATES: payment clos room fur CORBIN FARM &
QED log cost, no cash no nished Phi day RANCH Upon request of the Hendry for erection of the fence.A .
word per insertion. Insertions required. 13 year apartment SUPPLY. Aprttfc Jones County Health that sheriffs bond
: four at .6. per cent simple 21271.Uc Bembry Department a deputy was approved .
urn the charge price of t> able In part or In full at Interest Srne- SINGER SEWING MACHINE local bill be presented to the LegIslature for James Donald Taylor, l \.>)

for without penalty. Contact any HenrP FOR RENT-Bedroom with prtv representative will be at G id. Bids were opened on the leu- providing the local department who has recently been employed] by

Elfers. district sales ate' bath. Phone 2-6881. W. E. dens Furniture Store each Friday. hag of Alr-Gladei airport for crazing may collect fees for supplying Sheriff Earl Dyess as sheriffs

I tive Box 274. South represent Bailey tic For parts, sales, service stop In land at the April meeting of \ death certificates to residents department radio operator.A .
call WY 84579. Built and Fla. or or call YU 2-6721. tic the Hendry County Board of Commissioners of the county, Attorney request from South Florida :l,

by financed and the high bid of Carlos Dickey was instructed to Parachute Association for the use f
Construction Co., Inc.Apr18c. Miscellaneous for I Sale BLUM & SONS PLASTERINGVery Leon Bembry and Tom Jones at prepare an advertisement of the of the house and tower at AirGlades ,

"- 3 bedroom, 2 bath Best Work $73,250 for a 10-year period was special act. I airport on weekends was ;
Extra large carporu.May2t. REAL ESTATE I We Save You Money accepted by the board. The land Upon a suggestion from Samuel' tabled until the regular May meet-
house. North NORnISIDE-5 Pasturing, Simulated Stone I D. Road De- In,. :
room. Excellent bedroom frame FOR SALE-USED FRIGIDAIRE Includes 2,000 acres situated In Draper of the State ,

utWtl phone 2-1791. UeJ'INVESTMENTZ 110,000. AUTOMATIC WASHER. $33. Stucco Free Estimate Sections It, IT, 20 and 21, Town partment that the county refinanceits Present at the meeting were '. f,'f'

loCation. NORnISIDE 2 bedroom frame, Call YU 27221. Ita Licensed and Insured ship 43 South, Range 33 East bond indebtedness Clerk Dorothy Campbell Nail chairman of the ,."

bedroom 19,000. 25 Years In Business At the request of county road superintendent Clark was instructed to inform board; members R. C. Nowllng.

e, corner Atlantic and Sagas. ACREAGE as available. run SALE Parrakeets, $2.00 3850 Lora Street E. R. Thomasson the the department that the commission Gratton George, IL S. Parkinson,

Rents for 175 mOo unfurnlsh- 5 ACRES NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 I up. Mynah birds African love Fort Myers Fla. tic board set up a job priority list on is not Interested in such a and W B. Barron; Clerk Dorothy

Can yU Z-5701. I bath frame home. Hardwood I Pet birds, monkeys, cages, supplies. ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 county road work projects. First maneuver, and desires the bonds to Clark, Attorney Carlos Dickey and t

THAN floors. boarding Thompson Wild on the list Is the Sears Grade so remain at the same status as at Road Superintendent Thomasson. ..
lAND GREATER Farm Phone YUkon 2- WANTED .,'1;
bust 323 FHA HOMES In Broward. Palm 1236. that farmers hauling watermelonswill present

ER for houses customers, acreage waitke Beach and Dade counties, various _Ue be able to use this road duringthe It was announced that the State Tanner GraduatesJames

!. We have with us. sizes and prices. Small cash FOR SALE-15 ANGUS STOCKER MORTGAGE MONEY WANTED fast approaching melon sea Road Dpeartment has given the :

LIst your property YU 2-7501. payment CALVES. .-. months old; 9 Excellent security, 8%, 3 year son Second on the list Is the stockpiling county permission to salvage all V. Tanner, son of Mr. i i'

Beardsley Ph. tie FOR RENT Efficiencies and heifers .6. steers. $80 each No loan. Complete detall to responsible of marl for use in rebuilding culverts now located along S-848 and Mrs. T. L. Tanner of Clewls I

houses as available. Wednesday sales. Mri. M. Parks parties Phone YU 23421. the Blumberg Grade; third Is and 833: and the board was askedto ton, will receive his bachelor's degree I I

"OWRERS. CBS homes. 100 Over 1,000 vacant lots to select Road S-720, (Glades County) La- fencing the newly leased grazing advise the contractor on these from Florida State University

cent finance. 2, 3 and <4< bed- from xor au purposes. Various Belle. Its lands at the Air-Glades airport roads that all salvageable pipes in ceremonies Saturday April

P homes. complete home on prices Terms.INVESTMENT. FOR SALE payroll envelopes Public Notice Also granted by the board was should be removed for the county, 20.Mr.

AND INCOME printed wtlh form for social security Thomasson's request that uniforms without damage and Mrs. Tanner and Mrs. :'J i

PROPERTY withholding and other deductions and canvas shoes be purchased fora T. W. "Jack" Wynn of Clewls Ernie Redlsh and children plan to ,

Frank Denmead $360 MONTHLY RENTAL: Recent Box of 500. Clewlston second crew of county prisoners ton was granted a 5-year lease of attend the graduation exercises. ),

CBS construction News. Office, NOTICH or SALE a small portion of land east of
ceased I Florida Real Estate LONG TERM $23,000. TOI CARL WINSETT,' tltutlon for the Isiuano of such the Clewlston airport runway In ,

Broker low Interest farm FOR SALE OR TRADE-Boat. Mo- Box ImmokeJee 110 Florida general obligation bond which to pasture horses and cattle Mrs. Glenn Etherton and Mrs. "t I
cane, grove and CHARLES!: E. MINER
Across from Fair Grounds minimum ,ranch mortgages tot and Trailer,-73 hp 'Johnson Ton ere hereby notified that the But Representative at a set fee, provided he erect Foy Durrence were recent guests

$50,000. motor, 15 ft .Glasspar boatJGator;, following motor vehicle ON-S4April a "good" fence and clear the of relatives in Miami for a few :
1 trail- NEEDED II, mi
An excellent buy 10x50' J. M. Trailer. YU MIDI. .......Apr.4-25e, will be sold at public sale at I P.Mon junk materials off the property.OBITUARY days.
and 2 LANKFOKD the llth
of ,
[ er. Florida room ear day April ltd M
four landscaped Reg. Real Estafe Broker FOR SALE-1961 DUCA'l1 MOTOR- Chuck Wells Motor Company, Clew.laton NOTICE
lime 530 Florida Notice li hereby given that. Inaccordance .
lots, 13 citrus trees completely East Sugarland Highway .CYCLE. LIKE",NEW. TO -1821. The proceeds of the sal* will be applied with I Chapter I1I7S
fenced. $7,500. Fire. Auto and General a ;:.A.pr425c first to the payment of the Florida Acts of 149, the Board 01 HarlemNews .
Insurance costs of retaking storlnir and sale Supervisor of Dlston Island Drain. ,
I ALL, MAKES 2in, USED TV: SETS I of said motor vehicle and the cost age District has caused to b. prep. .
)bedroom 1 bath home wen Clewlston Fla. Ph. YU 22161FOR guaranteed. : of publication of notice of sale and ared a budget of the Debt Service I
Incited on 3 large Iota complttfly -. 119.8.J1ow..I14.OCper ; then to the satisfaction of the balance requirement and cost of maIntain.
I financed. 867; cash re1 month. "tAKEAPPLZANCECO. ', due under the contract covering '* Inlf and operating all of the work Events,pnd News Of Our Colored Community ,
the financing of said !
1 ., YU 2-7131. tie motor ve and Improvement of the. District' ?
Quired.l Mole Any surplus will be paid to for the period: beginning; November
FOB SALE-15 ft ,fiberglasl you and you will,remain liable for 1. ltd and ending; October It, 1114. MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Cplored\ sews Editor
40 acres on Charlotte Harbor ( HINT boat any balance remainingunpaid under and that old budget U on file In
l E. I ,50 hp. Johnson motor and.Murry said 1 contract. the office of the "Secretary of the Phone YU 3-1258:
at BokeeIia.(Reaaonable.i ., ..,. .. (falter; 310 Alyerdex. Itp GENERAL: MOTORS ACCEP. District and the lam mar b. examined ..
of the Secretary Myles Belford, Ovid Applewhite,
Three and one-half.s ctloaof nose a. Dixie The Hoard of Supervisor of Dli-
i County land. > FOR RENT *- House for, rent FOR SALE-1 NEW MO1WI, $ Bros.. W..t Palm Beach, Florida tOn Inland Drainage Dlntrlet will I Lyndon Hendry Available 2-bore.ailery 2 ldlna Dories ON-361 meet In the office of the District on the Rol&rf lf JomiSon.:'AlbertaKing. ,
nilei from Pew1ltoa,,$100 May 10. ,Mr.. Ruth J. 8i1! April 11,, 1961ADVKRTIIIFMIDIT Mar 1, 1KIS, at 11:00 oclock In the Funeral services lor late -
acre. May be sold all or Vaughn Clewlstoa Inn. Phone YU especially gentle for, children J. morning, Eastern Standard Time, Mr. Rudolph..Thompson were";conducted Cab UHAU,Suale! hdpherd, :
per 8-3501. MayOc J. Wynn WH3371v M for the purpose of hearing objeo Sunday, April 14. 1983. 2:30: Pearl Brewlnlton, !J1ce Johnson
part tions and '
complaint with
Fla. A'11.18FOR : reepeot. Percy Lee Johnson.
FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer ,, SOUTH FLORIDA. f'lJlIJltVAI'ICT' to said budget. p.m. at Friendship Baptist Church. :
197 three HOARD OF SUPERVISORS Rev. O. D. Williams, pastor and
acre trove vyearold spaces Royal Palm, Trailer SAUliqPONTIAc.: : G"d; ; STRICT D18TON ISLAND DRANAGE
and op 7,000 box production TO WHOM IT MAT cOl'lcIIn"' : sTake officiating. BIRTH
Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tfc shape, Can be seer} SlO.Alverdex. notice that pursuant to theprovl.lon. DISTRICTV..
this year. $1(8,000. itp ef Chapter 10477, Laws of CN R Conkllnsr, President Order of Service: Processional: Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jones are
Terms FOR RENT 1 bedroom mobile t Florida, Act'of mt the Board of April- 11. U, 198.1NOTim selection, choir; scripture: invocation the 'proud parents of a'baby girl t
home. Quiet location. Phone YU FOR SALE-1960 18ft.wen.. fiberglass Supervisors! of the South Florid. ; selection, choir; as a friend, born April 12 at General "
Conservancy District has caused to Hendry
1169 acres now planted In tomatoes 2-1238. tic boat with,80 hp Mercury b. prepared a budget of the ondrequlr.m.nt. OP LKOMLATIOX Mr. Jessie Johnson; ai a neighbor, Hospital. The tiny weighed f
4 12" wells. Win be electric motor with and TO WHOM IT MAY
HOUSE FOR alternatpr and of the Mnlnten CONCERN! No. Mr. J. H. Hardy solo Mr. L. M.
RENT-3 rooms, fur- 3 14 .
pounds, ounces.Card
anoe requirements of South Florida tlce l I. hereby given of Intention to
planted with 9000 citrus trees Brand new windshield: and
nished. Phone YU 2-1238. May2t Conservancy District for apply to the 196.1 Beeilon of the Brown; acknowledgement, Mrs, I ",
after crop. Price $530 per top. Motor has less than 100.hours eslnnlnir the 1st day of November, Florida legislature for passage of Malana Richardson;
acre, 29% down baL 7 yearsat FOR RENT-New, modern completely running time. Can be teen at 721 1961,b.nd. ending, the list day of .n act relating' to the Hendry Coun.ty Mrs. Ora Robinson; reSOIUtlOn\\ of Thanks I It';
1964, budget, Hospital Authority; amendingaectlon
said amongother
i*, This Is for the complete furnished 2 bedroom Cortez. Phone YU 2-7151 or YU thins shows the amount of 5c) of Chapter S1-1IS1, Fannie Davis; eulogy The family of the late Mr. Rudolph I "<

young trove, trees set, house trailer, 10'x55'. Rent may be 32571.: tic Maintenance tax per acre necessaryto lawn of Florida, Special Act., 1959, Williams; viewing of remains; re Thompson wishes to express .t3{
applied towards purchase. Can be levied upon the lands within eletlngthe requirement of holding
bedded and drained andwells their thanks and I
FOR SALE-2 settees (make abed said District for the ,.ar 1161. he monthly meetings of the authority cessional. sincere
72 trees per acre. Juanita Johnson. YU 3-1361 or YU ); good-double bed; nice which budget has been completed on the' second. Tuesday of Active pallbearers, friends of US deep appreciation to -their,many .,
I 2-3431. tfc rearmed to tat Hoard and each month) amending section lit( friends for their kindness
Registered Real Estate -- wardrobe cabinet; 1 portable TV; place on file In ttto office of the of said chapter and providing that SC. Interment Washington Me- duringthe I
FOR RENT-Large modern bed six 27"x42" rugs. LaByer'i Motel "'Secretary of the said District and units may be .withdrawn by war- morial Cemetery Harlem Young's hours of bereavement and sad
Salesman YU 2-2891. tfcWAITRESS the same maybe examined at the ant. signed by any two members; Funeral Home, directing.! ness. We are grateful to each and
room kitchen utilities telephoneand :said office; that the Board of 8upervl'ors mending section lh( ) of laid chapter -
lei. Phone TU 3-1361 TV privileges. Phone 2-6191, will meet at II:00 o'clock and authorising non-bid pur. all of you, for every act of kindness
Ofc. Phone YU 2-3121 AM d 1 l*'t, at hasos up to (1,000.001; providing an your prayers and consola
evenings tic r'talo
the office ; Conservancy effective date.CHARI.KfJ.
Notice tion. thanks to
emare District In Bell Glade, I !: B. MINER Special Special Young'sHarlem
Juanita Johnson FOR RENT-Unfurnished 1-bed-, 'Help I .Wartted 1 : Florida, and from day. to day theremrposes State Representative The regular meeting of the Band Funeral Home and staff.
I room duplex apartment for after a may b. n..c..r' for the CN-390 May God's richest blessing be
Parents will be held Thursday
couple only. Phone 2-1891. ticassesus.assua.aaa.ssauuassss.asasaaa..ssaeaaau I of hearing objections and April IS, 1965NOTI'R
complaint. concerning said budget night (tonight) at 8:13: p.m., April yours.
'SOUTH The Thompson Family
FIRIOA cONSERVANCY and all members are asked to be
tic notice I.I hereby given of Intention
DISTRICT to apply to the 1VM3 Session of the present to give them warm wel and Relatives r

I BUSINESS DIRECTORY HELP WANTED By Chairman F. B. Conkllnr of tkenuoard. of Florida act providing Legislature that for members passage ofan of come. Please make It a special

Supervisors the Board of County Commissioners date to meet with us. It Is Important Willie's I
MALE or FEMALE CN-141 .. of Hendry County, Florida may hold \
April 11, II. 1161NOTICH lock or be an officer or director of Shoe Shine StandGive .4-
OPENINGS FOR 2 ROUTE MEN a bank without disqualifying such
SEE US FOR WALDRON'Sr bank a* a county depository and The Harlem PTA will hold It's your shoes that shine I
OR WOMEN. May earn up to $30 providing for an effective date here- smile
BOTTLED GAS Notice U hereby ttven that. In regular meeting Monday night, ,
per day or more. Experience un- accordance with Chapter 11117. .f. Is asking Alabama Street, Harlem It
MEATS AND GROCERIES i nessary. Will train. Write McNeil Florida Acts of 1117. the Board oflupervlsors State CHARLES B. MINER. April 22. The president Mr. Wlllla L. Young Proprietor I 14nW
Repre.entatly.CMsat to be important ,
AppliancesSalesService Co., Box 2766 Memphis 2, Tenn. of Suirarland Drainer.Dletrlct aU members present,
has caused to be prepareda April 11. ..n business to be transacted. I 'i
Open 7 A.M. 8 PJkt Apr23p: budget of the Debt Service requirements

A WATKINS ROUTE in this area taming' and and of. I'O'tOfoi'': .the- NOTICE Harlem Academy present Lake LAWN SERVICEEfficient i

POWER GASCORPORATION SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Is open for semi-retired man, or work and Improvements of the District Notice I 1i hereby given that Inccordance Shore High School Band and Choral and Friendly :
I for the period beginning November with I Chapter 12111 We want Your BusinessWe .,
lady. Many semi-retired people 1, 1941 and: ending: October Florida Acts of 1141 the Board of Group In Concert at the Harlem aim to satisfy
For Your Spur of Moment Picnics tarn ISO to $100 per week depending 'II, 11(4, and that aald budget Is on Supervisors of Rltta Drainage Die- Gymnatorlum Monday night,
time devoted to route. Also He In the office of the Secretary of trlct has caused to be prepared a Allen's Lawn Service
on the District and the same may be budget of the Debt Service requirements April 20 at 8 p.m.
Four Miles East of Clewlston have 1 full time route open. Maybe examined at the office of the BecreTlie and the cost of maintainingand ; This is an affair sponsored for YUkon t-6218

CALL COLLECTSouth you can qualify For personal Lary! operating all of the work anEImprovements the benefit of band uniforms Elbfrt Allfn Jr., Proprietor
; Board of Supervisors of Bus; of the DI.trlc' for
Bay WY 68521"WANTED Bare Beach Interview In your area write J. M. arland Drainage District will meal. the period beginning November 1, Please plan to be present. Your
McGarity Box 627, WUllston Flor- In the office of the District on May UII and endingOctober SI, 1K4 is needed.Personal .
1, 1141. at 1:11: o'clock In the afternoon and that said budget Is on file Inthe support
Ida. Apr4-ll-18c Eastern Standard Time, for office of the Secretary of theXstrlct Julia's Beauty Nook
the purpose of hearing objections and the came may be examined
CattlemenNew and complaints with respect to said at the office I of the Secretary
Attention budret. The Board of Supervisors of Rltta Mention EXCLUSIVE HAIR STYLES

CustomersNO BllSl Servl s BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Drainage District will meet In the Personal Care To Your Hair ,i
is the time to consolidate eSS 8UOARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT fflce of the District on May t. lilt, Mrs Ernest McCray and son
.t 1:46 o'clock In the afternoon Mrs. Julia Mae Sales ;
four debts with a long term farm F. B. Conkllnr President Eastern: Standard Time, for the Roger, spent the Easter holidays Proprietor

EXPERIENCE lean, low Interest rates, with CN-147 purpose of hearing objection ..n4'compl.lnt. with her mother In Fort Fierce, I II
with to laid I
April 11. II. llllKOTICB respect ;
ATTENTIONProspective bud'it.
Land BankSee
Federal home buyers (or RITTA DRAINAGE DISTRICTW.

Jordan & Pridgen commercial). I am seeking employment C Pr.wltt, President I
Notice ,Is hereby given that thetoard CN Million Note I P Hilton's GroceryGroceries
CITIEs SERVICE STATION er Write can save you many of Supervisors of ClewlstonDralnate I ;U.U, IS lilt

W. .. MAY can handle panning )tin procedures District bas caused to be The Junior Women Mission! Fresh Meats
construction. repared a budget of the Debt Bervce -
BENDBY Box 686 WalcaU Building and complete requirements: and poet of mainulnlnr Circle of Friendship Baptist VegetablesCold
COUNTY Write George Kendall Box 783 and operating all of the of Mrs.Geneva Drinks Essential Items
TItle & Bradenton, Florida Fla. tie work and Improvements of the Die- 'y IlPER Church met at the home
Clewlston "f ( :
Abstract Co.Insurance. trlct for the period beginning November Hollls Belle Glade, Mon. We Appreciate Your Patronage

Title Allltraets-T1Ue 1. >l> 4l and ending' October ,{I"-IPt- y day night, April 8. Mr. and Mrs., Thuntoa Elites
11, 1M4, and that said budret Is I
Pubhe 8tenornpber one file In the office of the Secretary The president gave an inspira- ProprietorsElite
Jlnr Duplicating Five Acre Tractin of the District and the same tional talk on the lesson "Learn- Ii

Rye N. sad Park AT* EVINRUDESales Smoldea the may Secretary.The be examined. at the office THE ONI.Y 'INTERESTING' lag to Love." Others responded.At i

s, r. o Bas 14, the ) Board of. Supervisor of Clewutoo [ THINS IN A WOMAN'S the close of the meeting all .

ORasa J.a11 near Cherokee DnID... District will meet. LETTER: IS THE, Joined In singing "Happy Birthday r
and ServiceNew In the office of tie District on May
I mBa from towa 1, llil, at 1:*. oclock- In the after- POSTSCRIPT/I ," to the hostess. Mrs HoWl Cafe andGrocery
Wt w Jeep Bead goon Eastern: Standard Time, for oYa was very much surprised and received ,
HOME DELIVERY and Used Motors the purpose of hearlnr objections
p lm Beach Post Marine Hardware $31 cash, and$31.monthIy and eomplalnte w th*respect to, pawbudget many beautiful and useful
j-> gifts. Her brother Lieutenant
and Herman Hollli played a unique
Times .. 'Marine Safety g Equip"* FOR .DRAINAOB DISTRICT trick on* her. Birthday goodies Home Cooked Meals

1lJ13130E-Can- MUM YUkon S-M11 three years W. C. Prewltf. President were enjoyed by all present The

YU DAVIS R.E.WALDRONTampa Write Box 760 April cN-sa 11. II, lilt honoree very. much elated over the .

3-2621 affair GKOCEUZS
Glade Fla.
Belle was Monday night April 22 the : P1t1 MEATS *3 b

tor one* OP LcaiiLATioif: meeting will held at the home of
prompt: Efficient&medelrvery TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Mrs. Carrye Walker All member .
Tribuneand Notloe I* hereby given of Intention
OP THE Mjewc FlorldayL.gielaturee::a Seesloa of the are asked to be present and on SCHOOL SUPPLIES
tilt EdwardsPlumbing for paeeare ol time.
Atlantic and an act, relating to the Hendry Coon ,
loyal Palm Ft. Myers t- Hospital Authorltri ..aUorlalnl'tb.
Call Iseuenc of revenue oerttriaaUe Note Clewiston NewsCold
Bobby Giddena News Press Repair for capital Improvement) antkorls- Ramblers Hospital I
'. liar the pledging ef ewe track funds 1963 Patients DlschargediDervant I
____ YI13.1391 Borne CAMPBELL Delivery Renovation allocated of and paid payable certificates to It: for pro.I4.3D thepayment Waucbope, Annlt Kate
W. 0. ], that Rosalie Drinks
2-2791 Repluxment.I apportionment and distribu McCray Walter Payne I l
Phone of such fund to said I authority' Neville
Edward Williams
a* ef the time of lasuanc Rogers, ,
I Installation ef add Step By and Be Befresked 1I
People cretlflcatee shall Bet b* changed oraltered Grant.,Vera Mae Hayward Marie h
Read General Repairs until all of said revenue Colon. 3. K. Sullivan, Dennis
tlfleate. have been fully ..J .
Trouble Shooting paid '
HATHCOCK'STAXI eanoelled) authorlslnr the Issuance Houghton, Rose Marie Jones, Wfl I
SPOT Licensed ICapertenced of ....ral obligation .
ADS bond, pledg.tar I Lam Glllesple, Deletha Ann '
TAXI AND AOTO' BKBTTOB Available the tllne nONE I-Utl fur I.l Chapter 17IH. Laws of Flort.
YOU Phone YU 2-7230 Ida. Special Act, till, subject to the Patients Remaining: Call 27651fSClASSIFIID '
Are !II! 111.Ol)<.*t limitation In aald Chapter Rotten Lenrls.'John Adams, Bee- YUkon ?
ALL NIGHT ana 1711*. and s.bje.t to a vete of the
We Never Gees freeholder a* required by tae Coax, ale; Washlagtm, Alfonso Ross


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i Page 10 THE CLEWISTON (F1,1) NEWS Thurs? April 18, 196I cant part of her food from specials institute at Florida State Unlver oral conducting the institute by
alone if she had room to store sity next' summer literature French lei.
I part of her purchases and could FSU has received a grant of and IncludlDa

j SEN. KELLY OUTLINES REVISION THE adapt her menus to what was $80,000 from the U.S. Office of Education Georges Paul Collet, pror .

I I II available. The amount she could for its first Summer Institute French literature at
FARM save varied with the store and the for Secondary School Teachers '- veraity.e UaLEARe .

I SOUGHT FOR TURNPIKE AUTHORITYBy proportion of specials she bought I of French June 23-Aug,. 16 and -

FRONT By buying one-quarter specialsand stipends of 175 a week with dependency -
t remainder at regular I allowances are available TO OPxRita
I SEN. SCOTT KELLYI Turnpike Authority by a new the HEAVY
have filed for introduction :in division of the State Road Department "BY prices, she would have trimmedher for 40 public school teachers who Egr>lpip

the Senate a bill which abolishedthe designated the DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER bills by as much as 10 percent will be selected to attend. Private Lear: t .nest. la. ", .
neat. :
Turnpike Division. ." I school teachers may attend but no .. Tb..pa. .,
Florida turnpike Authority! I. .... k.Ildl.. N walghwsy
and creates a Turnpike Division in My bill will enable aU fiscal operations FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE The magazine adds, however, stipends are available ..-.". .._ W. at.e.."
actual ....
the State Road Department of the turnpike program that the economists discoveredone Dr. Jean Cbarron, associate ... r./1..t ......geetl,5 .
The act transfer all duties and to be examined by the State Auditor' pitfall: the specalls were a professor of modern languagesat .. .....U... H..... ....... Got
I've been .
following with consid- Nat ..
obligations of the Florida Turn office and all other operations erable interest the reports in various startling lar to one results which has in Texas.produced misleading Indicator of a store'soverall FSU and institute director, .Us. w.rk.55.g. ths t.klgamt ...., ......,
pike Authority to the State Road of this new division will be farm and trade out price level. In fact, the said the French language will en .....-... 1311.10. w.pt: shin,
Department, yet does not make subject to the same laws that regulate radical journals concerning As reported In a recent Issueof Palo Alto stores with the lowest be used almost exclusively at Or..... F'."." Pl.p 4Z414
new developments Farm Journal, the Spur,
any of your primary, secondary ort the State Road Department and methods in livestock produc- Taxaa \ Experiment Station Is specials generality maintained the Institute, which Is conducted -
t Interstate funds liable for any Indebtedness road building program nerd higher prices than their competitors for teachers over a nine =-
or operation of the Further, and most important, tion.The latest proving that yon don't on other products. state area of the South.A .
to come to my attention graiing land far a successful
act provides that the state'sgeneral I Pump--;
Florida Turnpike Authority
will be observed
is a "pork factory" describedin cow-calf operation After three "no-English" rule -
The bill will strengthen credit is not placed behind 8 Inches to
our 72
a full page ad in the April issueof years of testing, their cows and even on trips away from huh.
turnpike program, specifyingby any outstanding bonds and the National Hog Farmer. If calvea In a drylot are doing High School TeachersOf the campus: in company with staff WELL PUMPS
payment of such bonds is llm Centrifugal ft
law the rules and refutations any Tarblnt
ited to the from this sort of a hog production facility better than those en the range. members and participants will Mobile Pumps
which road existing Renal
projects under will be administered.This our and proposed projects of the turn- should take hold in a big When you think of what it would French Offered learn French songs and poems, see Repairs InsUmUoni
pike Division. way throughout the hog and corn cost today to acquire sufficient one French movie a week and Sales ft Service
bill will Improve the ftn.ncl.1 belt, I can visualize swine production land to get Into the cattle business Summer Study at FSU spend some time dally in a language -
position of turnpikeprojects The act provides that the expenses -
developing somewhat laboratory.
1 along in the conventional manner L & F
by reducing administrative of personnel of the
the lines of the present "boileifactory" with adequate grazing acreage, you High school teachers of French Improving a knowledge of
costs. the Turnpike Division Incurred In which has revolutionizedthe can see the advantage of a dry- who need to brush up on the Language France and its life and institutionsand i & Pump Co
The task of building roads performance of their duties
poultry business In recent lot for beef to meth-
cows. will have an opportunity learning new teaching
whether interstate, primary, secondary will be limited to the usual Moore Raven
years Compared with the range method increase their speaking, writing, ods will be other objectives of the I Phone Fla.
roads and of diem
or toll moving per and mileage allowances Like other modem equipmentthat WHltehall t-tttt
the Texas drylot report showsa : reading and listening knowledgeof institute.Dr. .
traffic in Florida has Pay
safely granted to all other ltateempleeea. has or Night
enabled our American higher per cent calf crop; heav- the language at an eight-week Charron will be assisted in
become such a monumental effort _
farmers to greatly Increase
ier calves at weaning, Improved
that it is apparent that we must In addition ,the act provides for production, the -
"pork of feed
breeding control
#I seek closer correlation betweenthe the employment of all present factory" la going to Increase supply; more flexibility for expansion OM et a taM II Np.fc fcy Us IIMHW* end ILl Print UmtUrt Mad doa oa 0*MtanUfw ol print udia' I

various phases of our road Florida Turnpike Authority em- the Investment required to and less capital Invest- = __ ,!\o\! :\ 'II
r, building programs. ployes whenever and'wherever raise hoes by this method. 4. .

My bill will achieve a consoli feasible and necessary to continue: 'However. if the results Justifythe ment.There Is one problem how w
dation of Florida's road building operation of and administration of
necessary capital outlay, I ever. SoKi: .e has to be on .
programs under one department. Florida turnpike program expect to
see progressive hog hand 3(3 dais to feed
a year
In effect this act will lend statutory It is my opinion that this act raisers going Into this) type those cows.Sometimes .
authority to what was achlev- will restore public confidence in of operation on a large scale '
0: ;'I ed by executive order when Gov. our toll road programs, will reduce . :
Bryant appointed the State Road administrative costs, create: automation and con- -ct-

Board Chairman to joint chairmanship uniformity in the administration of "Pork Factory" buildings are offered trol by computers can be carriedtoo

'; of the Florida Turnpike the states road building efforts' In two sizes, one 62 feet long; far

\ ;. Authority. and improve morale, discipline with space for 288 finished hogs I note a report from Nice,
I The bill provides for continuation and efficiency of turnpike em- and one 92 feet long for 432 finished France, that a supermarket there a
I of functions formerly ployes hogs The pens have slotted has had to abandon a plan to have

I performed by the Florida floors, the latest thing, by the customers take a punched card

I way, in sanitary engineering for with each item they elected The .

Florida Economy more efficient livestock quarters cards provided detailed Information e ,

Florida Get Look Needs Increase The building has controlled tem- on sale, tax, stock silt. mar- F
I perature and ventilation, automatic gin for management
At Greener Grau I In Next Decade feeding and watering, with ma- The store management liked the a-t ,t.x

Dollars are not the only things nure disposal through the dotted system but the customers rebelled. It 1

that make Florida green New and Florida's economy must expand floors. Too much time was required to
improved methods of turf-grass by two-thirds during she sixties The use of slotted floors for beef run the cards through tabulation s

management are being shown at in order to provide employment animals was being researched last at the checkout cOUnter.

I Florida's Second Annual Turf- for Its gaining population, the year at the San Juan experiment '

Crass Trade Show, May, 3 and 4, Florida State Chamber of Com- station of Colorado State University Weekend Specials ". 1 I
1963 at Plantation Laboratory, merce stated in its Weekly Busi-! and for lamba at Virginia Poly- .

t I Fort Lauderdale and Seville Hotel, ness Review released today. technic Institute which has been Offer SavingsOn : 1 :,"
Miami BeachTurfgrass "In 1960, Floridians gainfully getting two crops of lambs a year. Food r j.,. .
I, maintenance in Flor- employed or seeking employmentof Bad experiment appeared to be BudgetAre \ ; ; ,. )' '

ida Is big business. It is estimated all types totaled 887,000. This very successful. the weekend food specials \ "
that It is over $123.000.000 annually labor force figure included wage Interest U slotted floors has really bargains? On the whole, ,

and Is expected to grow rapidly and salaried workera, profession become ao great fa .... corn they are, according to an articleIn Jj. :.
as the population of Florida grows ala and the self-employed, both belt that materials aarf equip- the current issue of Changing M

and better methods of turf-grass men and women," the trade body icont: supplier ar* offering Times, the Klplingr Magazine a9
management are developed. said both wood and aaapea for Reporting on a research program '

r The general public is invited to "Projections .f the nation' their onstrustioBv conducted by twa economists over .; ,
see the exhibits FREE on Satur- man-power resources, mad At the University of BUnoIs a an eight-week period in supermarkets '. 'T'II

day May 4. 1963. at the Seville by federal agencies, placed 113-day study showed a tie laborsaving In Palo Alto, Calif. e
Hotel. Miami Beach Florida. This Florida's labor force at 13.158- where slotted floors are Changing Times notes' that special a..km,

will be the first time for many 000 persona by 1970, a 67 percent used In swine teUMlng. The slot prices really are reduced from r.-.tea ,.
home owners to see vertlcuttingequipment gain over 1MO. A breakdown ted floor required only IVk minutesa normal levels and In some Instances *
for thatch or matting of of this figure shows 2- day for cleaning;. compared with afford big savings to tire- --- -- --

grass removal, learn about selective 127.000 men. up 79 per cent, 17 minutes a day for cleaning a food shopoerTe Don't read before
weed control and turf-grass and 1,031,000 woman, a gain lard surface floor., HOWJVW, at relate the price cute to you you buy ?

i i crease; control. of 62 per cent daring the ten the end of the 113-day test one economists Roger W. Gray
and Roles Most people do. When add it all print advertialnr-
The exhibits open at 9 a.m. Saturday years. full 8-hour day was devoted to Anderson analysed you up
normal shopping practice, the They count on advertising in print to give the Und you read in the pages of this news-
and close at 6 p.m. There Significantly! emphasis Is plac- cleaning coder the slats. Been! so
them the
information paper-maba
specials by of store they want on products sense
will be a panel of turf-grass experts ed on the number of :young men the dialy average was raised to groups that interest them-Information features
$ convenient eta to each on And because It to the buying
available from 10 a.m. to and women ((14 to 24 years of ., ) only 5V4 solnutes.3m : designs. and prices, for example. measure up sales.
1 other, and by Individual store. j habits of first consumers, print makes
4 p.m. on Saturday, to answer In the labor force. 'This group e)1 r People not only and
Both the groups and the individual &: ttMnty Most people read-end then buy. Don't yollr
1' questions on turf-grass expected to grow at a faster services, they sand :
expecting to- hear ore of stores offered a wide range
ment. manae-I than other groups, especially the friends; they clip coupons for informationand
thise! days that one of oar: eater- of standard: foods as- specials, the
Florida samples they tear Ida
The bracket beyond 55 years of age. ; out to take along
poking Florida cattlemen ha..tated magazine' notes "This meant thata
when they go shopping
Show is sponsored by "A
slightly larger proportion of The Clewisfon news
a feeding operation almi- housewife could select a stgnlfT ,
ida Turf-Grass Association, a Floridians of working age ((14 :years
B tion-protit organization Interest: and older) win be In the labor

II! In Better Turf-Crass Through Research force in 1910 than in 1960; 55 per
and Education." I cent as compared to 53 per cent."

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