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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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for reelectionJoe 'I 'Dedicated 'to 'the advancement of Bend ry County and America's Sweetest Town"

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M. Hall of dcwlston( an- VOLUME 37 NUMBER 0 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed See. 848.1. PJt. Subscription $4.00 year

Bounces this week that be will .
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be a candidate for reelection/ as i

school board member from District

Hall is 4 in* native the coming of llenderaon election., i

Kentucky and has lived 1 In Fair with gala paradeWith I
dewiston since his discharge opens
from the U. S. Army where he

i served more than three years,
1943-1945! most of the time in -
Germany

lIe la well-known as a businessman the sound, color and excitement da Owens, Ann Harvey Gayle One of these girls will be crowned Miss
In the operation of Hall of a gala street parade. [arris Donna Sullivan Joanne Sugar

and Thomas, Inc., sod Nmlnfga. the Hendry County Fair and Wood, Donna Stakes Linda
He Is a member of the TurfAssociation Livestock Show opened in Clew. Johnson, TIllIe Hlgdon andJlanlce
of Florida and hassewed elton Monday evening for its Carlin of Cewlaton,

BIO NSBY on Its advisory. commit- J. HOMER BIBLE 12th annual showing. Five high rosemary Mima and Diane Goss ., a
CARL tee. He la a member of the school bands, a bevy of marching njr LaBelle the Rainbow

Elks Lodge the American Legion units, gaily decorated floats tovelles. Beta Sigma Phi' Valentine -

,irnsby seeksperintendency the dewiston Rotary Club Bible announcesfor aod can and a troop of horse'back Girl, the many majorettes
and the 40 & 8 Society riders sparked the line of among them.

Mr. Hall's wife k the former march. :Clowns cavorted along! the line
Ardis Bolton; the couple has reelectionJ. Honor guests of this year' of march heckling paraders and
three children end reside at Fair are the city commissioner onlookers alike; tiny miniature

rj! Hornsby, general uper- 412 East Osceola Avenue Clew- Homer Bible this week announces of LaBelle and dewiston; they racers moved down the street
r of Hendry county schools lston. his condidacy tor reelection rode in convertibles! at the bead. 14\ tight circles, their lawn mower ,
the past tour years, an "My only promise is that if to the office of Superintendent of the parade end >were introduced engines putt-putting away r J f w

,ced this week that he will reelected, I will continue to do of Public Instruction. at the brief. opening cheerfully. The Apaloosa horses

..ndidate for uperlntendentiblic my best for the Improvement of Mr. Bible has served one four ceremonies at the Fair gates. from Welkhorst'a farm preceded
tI instruction. Carl grew the school system of Hendry year term as Superintendent, Afterwards the United States surreys drawn by the small
in Florida, attended the county," said Hall.Gene and has served a* supervisor Sugar Corporation. was boat to horses which looked like they

,berry Florida, High School for Hendry County for ten the commissioners, and Fair directors bad stepped out of last century.I
and their wives and
graduated from Mercer Unity y'ers. He is a native of Tennas- The number of horse In the'
husbands at dinner at the Ctow-
" Macon, Ga. After gradn see and received his public and line of march this year outnumbered .
iston Inn.
," from college be taught college education in that state. any parade of the past, t '
year then returned to Mer- He received his B.S. Degree The binds of dewiston. La- and added to the Western at- w i
to work for his Master in. from Carson Newman CoUsge Belle Moore Haven, Harlem and moBphere of !the parade.

cation degree, which he reed at Jefferson City. He came to Booker T. Washington' schools Frank Polhill,, past president

' in 1949. Florida and received his Master with their strutting majorettes of the Fair association, was In .
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and of Science Degree with a majorin and drum majors provided music this .
rter one year an teacher charge of the parade year.A .
ch, Mr. Hornsby became 1 Education >at Florida State aDd rhythmic. drumbeats for Highway Patrol car lead the MISS PEGGY PARSONS reigning Miss Sugar Farm and Ranch Supply; standing. Blame
the marchers. Floats en-
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iclpal of a Junior High 1. University, Tallahassee. He has Wetherald were Youth parade followed closely by will crown one ef these lovely girls "Miss Gore, White's Restaurant. LaBeDe; ROM
tered the
by !
nod in Holmes County, Florl- A had twenty-three years' experience Center Rainbow Girls, Sylvia's State Senator Elmer Friday and Sugar 1964" tonight at the Hendry Count Mary Mime Jay's Gulf Service LaBellei
,
Later he became principal in school work a* teacher kindergarten and the Baptist Harry T. Vaughn president of Fair Bathing salt competition will begin at Janice Calla, Glades Restaurant; Donna-

the Bonifay High. School acting principal, supervisor and kindergarten!. the 4-H Chubs, U S. Sugar Corporation andrecipient 8:00 p.m. on the outdoor stage Judges for gale SuW..., Parkinson's Dept Store

ring to accept a better post- Superintendent Future Farmers, Brownie, Beta of an honor award' the event will be officials of various sugar Industries Joanne Wood, Jones' Texaco Serrlce Gayle
Flagler county: as auper- During World War II he was the Fair Mayor W. In the
I In Sigma Phi Sorority, Buttons from group Everglades Contestants and Harris. Csrithers TV and Radio; Patty
..r and supervising principalhe employed by the War Depart and Professional Women's Club, T. Maddox end City Commlsakner their sponsor are, sealed left to right Patricia Vaughn Clewliton New. Miss Sugar will receive
Bunnell High School. He rte, ment as Chemist testing TJJ.T Chan Nltka Rodeo, and others. > Robert E. Byrd and Owens The Toggery Shop; Ann Hsr- a flOO saving bond; first mnnenp 830
lamed there until coming to and breathing oxygen for the U. Thermon O'Bannon of LaBelle,
who rape's Standard
The horseback rider Yet Service Tttlle
Hlgdon
savings pond; and second 125
savings
ninnernp
S. Air Force In the South
.
In 1960.ornsby's and Oommis-
Tom Jones
idry! county Mayor
brought up the mar of Ins Clewliton House of Beauty; Linda Johnson bond.-STAFF PHOTO
Pacific.
military eervlce parade were beaded by the shiners Dan McCarthy Leon Ernie's Barber Shop; Donna Stokes, Corbln's
I with a .Paratrooper. unit., .i. Mr. Bible's wife, Helen, Is a Sheriff Junior Poase. Bembry R. O. Mattson. and
I he served to World War registered nurse, and is well Each of the 12 candidates for Fred C. SIkes of dewiston the

md In the Korean War. He known locally not only through the title, Miss. Sugar of 1964, Farm Family of the Year Mr.

ived the Purple Heart medal Bam, candidate for that profession/ but through her were armed with scissors lot and Mrs. Bobby McDanlel and R. C. Haven dies freak
wounds received in combs county commissioner, district 1 active work in the First Baptist the multiple ribbon cutting their four sons followed by the in

ng World War U and wase Church. The couple baa one son, ceremony, and as !the satin bands floats and marching
Jimmy a 17-year old student units, Several commercial entries -
: awarded the Bronze Star streamer fell to the ground in
heroic addon.r Davidson in the eleventh grade at dewis- many pieces: the crowd surged were also In the parade.

Hornsby is a member cf runs ton High School. forward into the exhibition building Crowds lined Sugarland Highway shot gun-truck accidentRaymond
First Baptist Church. Gem Mr. Bible Is a member of the and thence to the Midwayand on both aide to! watch the

n. He Is a member and for tax collectorJ First Baptist Church a deacon the show In die livestock marchers along the mile-long
' dented the Rotary Club and and a teacher of the Men's Bible nu,. route. The parade fanned at

I president of. the Parent Class He to past president of There wet* beautiful girls Central Avenue and marched. Calvin! Haven, 57, ently stuck causing the motor Survivors include his
(.her Aumclattnn. ._ ._ 0. Davidson, Jr., of 0'Iston" -- the Rotary dub, past Cubmaoterof everywhere ... the 12 beautyomtextaab attto>Francisco Avenue thence of South dewtoton wa mode. to race. Haven then reached' Mrs. Lola Haven lour widow i
said announce this week that >the! Boy Cub Scout Pack, was : Payy Vaughn Pat- south to the Fair. Grounds dentally killed In a freak truck- down to free the ; sons,
I accelerator: Fred R.
am not a paUUdaa: he will be a candidate for >tax Sanders of Hollywood,
Hornsby, "and I have never collector of Hendry county In educational director for the gun accident in front of I his the 20 gauge shotgun In the cab Lowell B. Sander of St Peter.,
sidered becoming a polltli .- the coming election.. Hendry County Health and Tuberculosis home on SR 832 about 4:15: Mon with him was accidentally discharged burg, Michael Lee and Steve
the
i I am not satisfied withquality Mr. Davidson has lived en of Society and local Bobby McDaniels familyis day afternoon. striking him in the Allen Haven of dewiaton; one
of education our chn.I American Cancer Society's According to Sheriff. Earl head, Dyees said in reconstructing : daughter Minnie C Sanders,
his\ life in Hendry county He at.
unit, and has been a member of Dyne Haven was on his
are getting In our schools way the events. Death was instant Clewlston: >and a sister, Mrs.
andspent
tended. LaBelle schools the Hendry County Fair Com "Farm Family of the Year"The to work ail Lake Harbor had
any i' what needs to be done, three years in the U. S. Frnak Holton of Freeport,
backed his
it elected superintendent, I during World War II. mittee. pickup truck out The !truck lurched forward Texas.
strive to bring about school Army He has owned end operatedhis Bobby McDanlel family mistral Farragut Naval AcademyIn onto the highway when the accelerator striking a tree in the Haven Funeral service will be held

rovenventi and I ahaJl do Iti own dry cleaning establishment Land is being honored this week as St Petersburg. After two : on >the truck appar- front yard, 'when it spun its Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. at

i the help of the schoolrd. in Oewiston. for 17 years. Luray the Farm Family of the Year in years at the University! of wheels until the motor choked Hi Haven Baptist Church with

He owns a home and a- small Hendry mint,. 32-year" old Florida be went Into ranching No plans formillGCSGC down. Mrs. Haven told officersshe Rev. Vic Turner, pastor officiating

I! ask the support and theI cattle operation .a few miles Bobby McDanIel his wife fulUlme and has been busy heard the motor racing, a Active allbearers. will be
I I of all who are Interested in rest of dewiston. where he resides gets contractfor Mary and their four sons with it ever since. noise which she thought was a O'Neal Walker. Melvin Reed

h'li: education for the chit with his wife and tour Bobby, Jr., 12, John, 9, David, The McDaniels were very backfire from the truck, and Bill Nychyk, John Swindle Calvin -
I of Hendry county. X am children.Mr. 7, and Jeff, 4, live on their surprised at their selection as Roger Weeks president of then the crash. Swindle and Eddie Swindle
tied elementary and Davidson is a member of water main ranch 30 miles south of dewlton. *- Farm Family of the Year The the Glades County Sugar The deceased was well known Honorary bearers are Billy

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I tratlon. I have a Master's of the Oewiston American Luray Land Inc., of Orlando, cattle said McDanlel. Agricultural Committee of the Tuesday, thai his organisation Clewlston for the past 34 years, Mock Hugh Allen, Fletcher
to and I meet all the re- Legion PostPowers was awarded contract for the Taknlg care of the cattle Chambers of Commerce in La- has no plan for constructing coming here from BuahneU.Ho Burnett Willie Barboree, Bill
1 tnents for I keeping our extension of the water main to mint be quite task; the Belle and Oewbton. Bobby baa a Killl: on Miami had been employed as a Rudd Walter Christian and
Mua I: fully accredited. with the the city limits on a low bid of ranch contains 41 sections of ties In both committees. Weighing Canal or at any other location diesel operator for City Products Ross LaByer.
tern Association of Sec- runt $23,02207. The city commissioners land and Is more than six miles heavily In their selection is at the present Ume. Corp. at Lake Harbor. He Pattlson Funeral Home is In

I I> Schools and Colleges and for constableJ. accepted this bid at square. On it range the McDan the fact that they devote all of The stateiEient: was madeIn was a veteran of World War II charge of arrangements. Interment
![ the state of Florida. I their Monday night meeting lei cattle. The cattle are Angus their time and talents to their regard to a new story and a member of the Hendry will be In lUdgclawn
| to request personal: leave L. (Jim) Powers announces candidate' after a committee study of tour and Brangus the herd is com ranch operation, end that they published In a 'Gladea newspaper County Fish and Game Chub cemetery.

tut pay to visit with. thee this week that he to a of ]low bids on the projectThe mercial, not purebred The live on the farm itself. that a mill wa being
& of Honda county: prior for the office. of Constable elec low bid of Chuck Wells McDanMe stick strictly to the Despite living some> 30 miles planned for eoMtructlon on
It primary. District No. 2 in the coming Motor Company on purchase of type of operation they know so away. the family attends service the Miami Canal approximately

tions. a dump truck was accepted. wea *.regularly at the First Baptist five mile sooth of '
Wet Mr. Powers bas County been a for resident 25 Wells' bid was 13073.24 net; Born in Okeechobee, young Church In dewirton. Three Lake Harbor br the Cooperativ SRD investigates

depth of Hendry engaged asa other bids submitted were Hen- McDanlel .has lived in Hendry of the boys ere In the Clewlston *. The release said
years and has been Motors !$3,08786 the mill to handle about
this dry County county: for 30 of his 32 yeah Elementary School. Mary enJoys was
officer in
l Lake channels. iaw enfoe+cemmt : met and Beck Motors 13,149.00net. His father was a rancher and golfing at the Clewlston 5-4,000 acre of cane and t
I area for the past U years. Club and seldom misses that the raw sugar would be
bas known ranching all Country
Ic level of Lake Okeechobee He ha* been a Florida Wildlife commission alas approved Bobby attended LaBelle ,the Ladles Day events. transported. Moore Haven
The of his life. He
I'k i risen of eight so feet that Is fun now project availin as City Officer Marshal and U of now the' serving City of city plans warehouse for an addition large enough to the schools: and graduated at Ad- (Continued on Page 8)) for mW.refining In the "home"Type US 27 breakup i iReassurances

the Like Okeechobee sea LaBelle and as a Hendry County Fair
d the Sheriff. to house the new electric power Honored at Hendry County
Okeechobee Water-
; Deputy :line truck and to construct:: restroom 3 Sabin ,
states H. R. Farfjtt, din Mr./ Powers> stated that he faculties at he soft ball have bet snow state that our research '
.ngineer. Corps, of EnT feels that his experience will be >'f. made by the State Road Department laboratory has been directed!

invaluable In the office of Con field. ordinance Increasing the !" Vaccine availableType this week that the strip of to make an investigation of
stable. The t US 27 east of devlston which these failures to determine the
Parfitt said
the project minimum dimensions! of trailer 3 Sabin Oral Vaccine. li
Is hat rapidly deteriorated soon cause so >that all deficiencies
1
based on a minimumelevation sites to conform to state regulations "r being given in Palm Beach "
after of construction be corrected.
l of 12.U feet above USSC stockholdershold was read for the second county in man feedings and will completion may
6 1 sea level. will be thoroughly tested and Mr. Johnson also stated that
The elevation ordinance settinggarbage available at Lake Harbor
time. The be on
0 lake is annual meetThe investigated and step will be the Tallahassee office had assigned
now 113 feet. to WU
collection: : Sunday March 1, according toR.I'
meeting of the taken to put and keep it in the case to the Gaines'vine
annual read lot the first time; this Baker, chairman of the
States firit-class condition. laboratory for handling of
stockholders of United adds a rate for trailer I local Sabin Vaccine
ach ordinance: program.
your children held In road the test and reports.
The has been to
Corporation was a monthly open
Sugar parks and provides Baker asked the New to correct
; February, trailer traffic only a few month and "Our local maintenance unit!
Tuesday
for each
Clewlston $100 statements
tee ci previous as to
traffic safetylK 13. with a larger than usual space in the park the type of vaccine! now being the paving baa broken throughin have been Instructed to keep
this road In
cafe condition
many places, with pothole as u
attendance. The commission: voted' to pay I given. Information now confirmed .
President Harry T. Vaughn of two school patrol i II that the Type S Vaccine appearing overnight. Vigorous possible.
expenses
( ON, reported to the stockholders OB members and one chaperon* to i: : it. '.{ ; -:;.; was given last Sunday and will protests have been made to the "I wish to advise that It te
.: officials the Intention of that office to
the operation of the companyand Washington D. C., on the school: '" be given again on March 1, In department by many determine
# the cause of the failures .
l citizen and civic
on
groups I
FT the future opera Palm Beach aunty
plans for patrol trip.Attending .. .
ff the condition. of this road. and to make such correction
.
meeting were local resident who
tion. The JllfttID .WMlir2Z be If A few
I as are necessary to againmake
harmonious he laid. Mayor Tom Jones Commissioners t.. > .. missed one feeding in this coun. R. M. Johnson district engineer the people of dewiston

stockholders asked many very R. O. Mattson. Dan f\\ ".'., ty have asked which type; 1* :Bartow. received the proud of the new Jour-lane
concerning T. C. Sikej end Leon 'ii available. brunt of these> and
Intelligent questions McCarthy, Dickop' ,.1\, ..r:. now complaints) highway through this. area,"
Carlos be ha* assured
Industry. attorney Hendry county:
the sugar wrote Mr. Johnson.
stockholders reelectedall Tai deputy Clerk Mart official dIM >the! situation will
The Spratt's father Strong protests on the early
will be remedied. The road
present directors, who C. Webb. was failure of the highway war
10 died Monday closed to local traffic the:
on March over
meet to dewlston sent by Elmer Friday, statesenator
said elect officersof Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Strait weekend while tests were being
to reorganlM( Parks BoardThe C. E. Miner representatlv -
the ensuing called to Babe North made and several SRD engineer
for were ,,
the corporation Board of Parks *, the Hendry board of
year. They are: Roy =- Florida Memorials will hold Carolina. Monday by the death made a close tospecttoa: county commissioners, the

LING TRAFFIC Browne, Patrick Butler WO- and Historic meeting at I ajn.. of his father J. L. Spratt, who 011&_ dewiston Chamber of Commerce '
tam O. DeWItt. Atwood Dun- its regular Orlando at the Robert "'t i has been in 111 health for some bucn' has wrlttm l Krwanis, Lions. Rotary!
wody. Comer 3. KlmbaD. C (S. March 1, In Hotel. N. E. Mffler. \ \ time. have discussed tale with our and Business and ProfessionalWomen's

Harding Moth Charles Stewart Myer of tile, Florida Park Mr. and Mrs. Sorott art expected : maintenance: and construction dub, the U. S. Highway
tyofClewistonDepartment Wbtt. Joseph D. Morph. Tbrnvas director Is cordlally to return on Sunday following personnel in this district and 27 Association and the
Oxnard Harry T. Vaughn. Service invited'said the to public attend tti*,, MR. AND MRS. BOBBY McDAMEL. a4 sees, David Jeka. funeral service' and Interment also with the Tallahassee construction Orange Bkissnrn Trail Assort:

lice Newell B. Wallace Charles E. meeting. Jeff and Bsbbr. Jr. Staff Rate department and I can tlon.political .

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,PaP Two THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Clcirliton, 117{. to key men of he U. S. Sugar coffee to her guest eren4 end del, h
27 1984 Corporation at a dinner "which cIe.rnIerwe
Thursday, February of
e Sonny SezThe was distinguished by the presence Other card games were playedat (Ulor.rnerl1 l og NIIIaq'1' II.L.'
of Florida governor Dave the home of Mrs C. A. Martine Reverend

THE CLEWISTON NEWS Sholtz, and other leaders of the *Thursday night Mrs. KUda maker of old Mz,:PIu1":''

Hendry County Fair state. Rodriguez won first prize and and Mrs, WiIUana Indu; the ha.g0. ;;;:

Published Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston.Florida Mrs. Clara O'Reilly second=
every West
parade moved out right on time, TWENTY YEARS AGO Africa gl
,by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation end experienced the usual number prize and Mrs. Manuel Sotlllo creed and Mr.; lilt 4
.
(From denriston
News Mrs. Martinez .
third prize He.q.
II Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927 at the of delays in getting to the February 25 1944)) served cookies, coffee and !tea newly oIl>POln dQ
!,; Post Office in Clewlston Florida under the Act of Congress of Fair Ground. attending.Assembly Korea Mr. SWain ynl'0t
March 3, 1S79 As a suggestion sufficient H H. McCall announced as to those an assistant chaplain! IIIItt

NATIONAL IDITOXIAl time should be allowed for the candidate for sheriff opposing (W' Convention II r-

ORD44( traffic following the parade to! the incumbent Bill Maddox, t "styM of Godto gin each service to. \.
( ASS get to the Fair Grounds and A small contingent of German evening at 7g:
a
lJ. missionary
i 4 : TII : fiIIn
park. Traffic was etlll bumperto prisoners of war arrived and have Missionary plot. various!: that",
areas
1 Sn wcuvs f% bumper on the highway, and were housed at Liberty Point in d lie_

,/ W MIMna y Subscription Bates 14 00 per year the opening! festivities were quarters provided by U. S Sugar Convention Pastor James KW .
m. '"- vices:
over. Corp., as prescribed by the you to this _Z
i c 0 (Return Postage Guaranteed) Geneva Convention which will be _
ws4 -U- The Clewlston Assembly! of s lint III
BERYL BOWDEN. PublisherS A party celebrated the 7th Congregation The
) Clewlston residents were stunned
God is ito conduct its first Missionary I
Editor birthday of Busy Powers. Budding to be d
a H STALLS Managing with the accidental death Convention from March
yP Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 ct a long time resident R. C Mrs Louis, Wethlngton went March 8. Missionaries curiae, pictures, 1I'tides.+
4 through
., Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves Haven, just prior to the parade. to Miami to visit: her husband, home furlough terest: from varlom
that on are
: are
the right to reject! any objectional advertisement) The accidental discharge of his who was stationed 'there in the convention the world, You Ire Ia1IIii
conducting the services
THE) NEWS .ium.i no responsibility for the rotors of unsolicited shotgun Khould serve as a post U S. Army seethe missionary yogy
mkiiuicrlpu or photograph that are open to the public hear It
Bill Davis home from these
THh. NEWS auumee no financial' I renponiiblllty for typographical tive reminder of sportsmen to came outatand,...
: notified Parris Island for visit y11 The representatives of the Mis- any leaders.
I error or commlMloni In dvcrtlnment but If NEVER carry a loaded gun ina a r4
s of luch error. before the next luui of the paper will reprint correctly ; i tn al 7t .
'. that part of the advertisement In which the error occurred. car or truck. The chain of TEN YEARS AGO M
element would render the correction value- its wvt ,
In the event a time events preceding discharge re.l
,', I..., the New will reduce the price of the adv.rtiiermnt by an uncertain but the anal (From deviation' News, SUNDAY MARCH 1
of the total a* the erron. are results
amount equal to the percentage space February 25, 1954))
eoui or omitted copy represented would have been greatly 11:00: A.M. Morning Worship

4 varied, had the gun not been Hendry County residents view. r Holy Communion ,4
loaded. ed the agricultural progress of
-U- the county during a farm tour Sermon by Rev. David A. Denslow

'the Increasing number of of 140 miles sponsored+ by the SGT. CHARLES ARNOLD TRAINING NCO, fives PFC Harold
"Our Bread"
of taxes court cases Involving' Gewls- county commissioners and plan- Wearer Instructions on operation of the new M-60 machine Daily
Speaking . tons younger generation and ned by the County Agent
inn: Both men are members of the Belle Glade National 6:00 P.M. Youth Fellowship
their conflicts !with law enforce- Bror G. Dahlberg died in his
Floridians paid a tax bill of $2031000000 to the fed- ment officers makes one) won Miami Beach home following a Guard Unit.-STAFF PHOTO. 7:00: P.M. Evening Study '

eral government in all types of taxes, both direct and Indirect der which. is. going to! happen heart attack He was one of the 0&k

during the past fiscal year, the Florida State Chamber first parents go bankruptor early developers of the Clewls Guardsmen have First Methodist ChurchE.

of Commerce reported In Its Weekly Business Review they make reservations for ton area. new weaponson Osceola at Arcade
Clewiston.
released yesterday. them at RId 18wn. The Ground Observer Corps !l1t !
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There Is always the first time appealed for more watchers fore
'::1 "Federal tax collections within any state do not rep- display at fair
county
to run afoul of the Jaw end possibly 3-day practice elm L. V.
resent the true amount of taxes paid within that state. For the second but after that, Bybee was chief observer. t STONY GROUNDwill
federal taxes alcohol and tobacco Members of the Belle Glade The Belle Glade unlit is
: example, !the principal on conflicts< can scarcely be called A/le and Mrs Alfred Duna- commanded
.} products and automobiles are collected In the states accidental but a contemplated way are the parents of a son, National Guard unit will display by Lt R. V Cochran not reap an abundant harvedi I

t where they are manufactured but are paid Indirectly in the risk Until uttlclent Grant Lee born in Marietta, some of 'the\ Nation latest of Clewlaton Other members of your heart full of disbelief doubts,feet,'
price of the products In Florida and any state where they teeth are !put into handling of Ga weapons at their booth .t the the unit from Ctewlston include
J such .ithos Hendry County Fair and Livestock Sgt Arnold PFC Harold Weaver Why not let and let
t are eventually sold. Likewise, people In other states are cases by so empowered go God I Clan", "
these folks violating Show this week according Pvt Curtis Pelham, Pet S.
out of pocket for some of the federal taxes paid by Florida. young promises for your life and watch
the law bother not with Hospital Notes to Set Charles Arnold, NCO Ingram, .Pvt Lee Moorman Pvt. *
manufacturers. abundant harvest.
evaluating the pro and con on training officer. Phil Francis and Pvt. G. Brown.

I: "Corporation taxes are another example for owners of any given night Until resepct Patients admitted Dorothy The unit is the first in the "Ana we know thai all things
work
I shares of stock pay the taxes indirectly through lowered is gained tor tew. about all that Lewis Jeanette Strickland, state to receive and use the
dividends but the taxes are collected at the home office location can be done la for parents to John Wesley Tatum, Michael new M-14 rifle and the M-60 Altar Society gtrher for good 10 them that love Cot
Allan!. Daullner, James Grant, to them who ,the /
of .. ball 'em out and officers clean machine gun ore tolled accord ng.*
a corporation. ..
em up when the game of Jr., Angles Klmble, Laura The M14 is (2mm and Card Parties bit purpoj*," Romans 8:23
"A recent study made by the National Tax Foundation chance J'WI'out.. Carnley} Helen Irene Davis, weighs approximately 10 poundsand
Inc. has apportioned the share of taxes actually paid by Marjorie Smith. Mabel Sergent, may be fired automatic or St. Margaret's Altar Society Community Presbyterian Church
members held their
the people resident in each state. Edgar Ballard, Rebecca Hayes, semiautomatic at 120-130 rounds monthly 407 Royal palm Avenue
Jerry Maddox, A. O Ward, per minute or 4040( rounds per bridge parties Tuesday night. HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister

"A breakdown of the Florida total, based on the Foun Ifs Now Frances Doll, Pear Krekiler, minute. Two tables of players enjoyedthe 9:45 A.M. Bible School 6:00 P.M. Youth Felloiti
dation's formula shows that Floridians paid $1.026,000,000 History Mrs. Ronelle Phlwe. Jackson The new machine gun is the game at the home of Mrs. .11:00: A.M. Worship

in federal individual income taxes and $638 million in corporation Jean, Jamie Martinez, Rather- laetst being used by the U. S. G. N. Pities SERMON SUBJECT

income taxes. THIRTY YEARS AGO Inc Parrett Maria Gomez, Edward Army and weighs only 23 Mrs. Luis DeArmas won first "To Proclaim Release to Captives"No.

(From Gewlstan News Dean, Clare Holton pounds at..* rate of 550 rounds prize, Mrs Richard Dealer the
"The estate and gift tax total paid in Florida came to Thomas Cornellsan Walter minute and has a of draw 3 "The Program of Jesus"
February 23, 1934)) per range prize. Mrs Pitzen served
$59 million; alcoholic beverage tax $103 million; tobacco Smith 3200 meters

taxes $61 million and other excise taxes and customs $146 Dan Beard's second visitto Patients rmaintag-Richard!

million. dewiston Boy Scout, Troop was Sapp>ngton. Della Richaud Ed-
the occasion for a banquet at ward Dean, A. O Ward Katherine FBI speaker
"Together; these taxes represent about 20 per cent of the Clewlston Inn. The founder Parrett Mrs Roselle Clewiston Church Director

the total personal Income of Floridians. of Boy Scouts of America Phipps, Frances DoH. 'Pearl addresses Lions ;

,Beard was he guest of Barren Kreldler Walter Smith Jack
In addition to the above amounts paid in taxes Floridians and Joe Greeley, agent for the
Collier visited: every troopIn son Jean dare Holton, Thomas CHURCH
OF
JESUS CHRIST
paid $330 million into the social security trust fund the Royal Palm Council Comenaon, Maria Gomez Rebecca Federal: Bureau of Investigation FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH COMMUNITY PRESBITO

j.. and $98 million into the highway trust fund. Both of these Judge David Elmer Ward, Fort : : Hayes, Aaron Cypress, was guest speaker at the Paul Hooker Point 102 E. Ventura Arena 407 Royal Pain Area

amounts are eventually returned to Individuals or agencies Myers the nations youngest Herbert Cypress, Jamie Martinez Lions Club meeting Thursday Strickland Pastor Rev. Leon M. GabmreH. Henry H. Ford,Mjlsfc:
.
10:00 .
: a m-Sunday School.
within florida. Comparable data for other years are not 'county judge was speaker .Teresa' Edward; Mar- He vas introduced by Chief 11:00 Interim Pastor 9:45 a.m.-Sunday SeW
readily available at this time," the Review stated. Clarence R. Bitting was host ionic Smith. Wendell A. Whaley and gave a : a m -Morning Worship. 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. 11:00: a.m-Morning Wo*
graphic,! description of some Wednesday 11:00: a.m-Morning Service. 11:00: a.n.-Nursery la UK?'
cases handled by FBI agents 7:00 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 1:45 p.m.-Training[ Union. lob House.

Explalruig: :: the various services Saturday: 5:00 pm.-Evening Service. 8:00 p.m.-WestmIDSlerF
of the FBI Greeley said 7:00: p.m.-Youth Meeting Wednesday ship

the Laboratory services are fres 7:00 p.-Officers and Teach Wednesday:

I "IT'S.ADEAE'I 13: all law enforcement agencies, COMMUMTY PENTECOSTAL era Meeting 7:30 p.m.-cholr Practice

;. S3: Icng as' the request is in HOLINESS CHURCH 1:00 p.m. Midweek Prayer _
connection: with crime; approximately South Clewlston Service.

20.000 fingerprints are Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor 1:45 p.m.-Choir Practice ST. MARGARET C l1

I : ; received for identification each 10:00: a.-Sunday School Rev. Larkln ConnoJf

day and report is made on 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH <:00 a'-Sunday Nan

each within 72 hours The FBI 7:45 p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 331 W. Oieeola Avenue 7::00 p.m -Sunday MaIL
a also maintains a National Acad Service Rev David Denslow Pastor 7:00:: am-Daily: Weeldw;
emy In which training courses 7 00 .-First Frida X8 -
Wednesday: 8:45: a.m.-Church School, : a
are given to law enforcement 7:45 00 pra-First Wedae*:
p m-Prayer Service n:00 s.m-Morning Service. :
cfiicers This service Is also Cflie
each month
Friday: &:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth
free and those officers who Usclety :
7:45: p.m-Youth Service. Ladies
'take the 12 weeks' course pay Fellowship .

We give you fair trade-in allowances every time. Our appraisers know how to squeeze nothing for instruction; each NORTIISIDE-MISSIONARY Thursday 7:00 p.m:-Evening Study. Saturday:
his own living
pays font
expensesat
BAPTIST CHURCH 9:30: *.-Religious
the achoolGreeley 7:30: pm.-Choir Practice.
of value out of We'll bet it's worth much than think. 304 N. Francisco Street tlonCHURCn .
every ounce your car. more you said the FBI does not Bro. Chester Johnson _
handle narcotics or Income tax ST. MARTIN CHURCH

t Let, us give you an estimate. We back every sale with our Certified Car Care Plan. cases since the government has 9:45 am-Sunday Interim Pastor School. (Episcopal! ) OF CHKBI
special agencies for this work. 207 N. resins see South Cenlril Ann
FBI ,was reorganized in 1924 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Rev. dark H. Dorman. Vicar Earl Arnold, Mlwtef

f Here's a planned program that helps you keep your car performing the way a Chrysler when Attorney General Harlan 6 7:30::30 m.-BTC..m. Sunday Services: Sunday:
p -Evening
Stone later attorney general!, Worship. 7:30 a.m.-Early Eucharist. Bible School
10 00am
should for long it. We remind when to bring in. Our service asked J. Edgar Hoover to! take Wednesday: 10:30 ..-Family Service and : .
as as you own you your car charge Hoover accepted on the 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. Church School. 11:00: am,-Worship
7 00 p.m.-Worship.
basis that he be given Saints :
men take it from there. And, believe us, they know what makes a Chrysler tick. They've free rein to hire, fire a completely and CHURCH OF GOD .and Holy Days as announced. Wednesday *'

the himself SU Booth Pacific Avenue 730: pm-MiiiwwIi
run department He Confessions by appointment. Slug

all got their diplomas from service college! No sheepskin-they don't work for us! is greatly still director admired of the within FBI and and 10:00 a Rev.,m.-Sunday Joe Coleman School. DI." and_Bible

and outside the 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service. "aEJS CllUltt1l *
organization
We have confidence in every Chrysler we sell. Chrysler is engineered better backed ,said the speaker. 7:30 pm'7EvenJnl Worship. Rev. Vic CHURCH ApS)OF W-J"
Turner Pastor
Richard F. Baker :
presided at
ClewM. "
9 45 Sooth
+ better than any car in its class. When we say: "It's a deal," we mean business! CIDAA .the ton meeting Inn. held at the dewis. Friday 7:30: p.:-Prayer Service. 11:00:: i m.-Mornlng m-Sunday School.Worship.Bro.- Luther Dlx OJl Sen, Parts*

6:43 10:00: am.-Sunday
7:30 m.-Trlnlng Union.
: p m-Young People's En-
deavor. 8:00 p.m.-Evening Worship. 11:00: a.m.-Presch

College Choirto Wednesday: Tuesday
FIRST CHRISTUV CHURCH 8:00 p.m-Prayer Meeting 730 p.-Prayer JW!

sing at North Sncarlaad Auditorium Friday:

B. J. Goodrich 7:30: D.m-Meeting-
Minister
CLEWISTON
ASSEMBLY
OF
y Assembly of God 10:00: a.m. Bible SchooL GOD _

11:00: a.m.-Communion
and 213
The South-Eastern Bible College Sooth Francisco Street
Choir is to appear at the Worship Service James F KlrabreL Pastor CALVARY: B.4P17S7CT
Clewlston, Assembly of God on 7:30 p.m.-Communion and Sunday: South Cta \W_

Sunday evening March 1, at Worship Service. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Rev. Herb Higdon.Pj! l-
7:30 The choir is under the di- Wednesday: 11:00: .m.-Morning Worship. : *
7:30: p.m.-Bible Study. uS.m-WorAlP *
Vl rection of Mrs Bernice: Kovacs 11:00: mChildren's Church. : TimJEHOVAiV

The choir travels to scores ot 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service 7:00: p.m.-Baptist
churches cross the country WITNESSES Wednesda : Union.S .
each year as it takes its message Kingdom Hall-417 W. El Paso 7:45: p.m.-Cbrl.t' Ambassadors. :00pmWorship &**

In song to .many ct the R. Oabona Tuesday:
Northern states. For the put Sunday Watchtower Study Thursday: 8:00pro-Brotherhood-
several weeks, the choir has 415pm.: 7:30 Wednesday:
l pm-Prayer and Bible
been appearing in Florida 5isy Bible 5Myi:oo p.m. Study. 7:30 p.m.-Hour 01 frI1"

churches Some of the activities Ministry School 7:30 Friday: Thursday:

;, CHRYSLER '64.We're of the choir In the pact ion, p.rn. *:M p.m.-Royal B ': *m.-Choir 'rIP
the Service >n erl for
Move to Meebng
up men elude appearing oa then- 8:30 pan Boys.
bibs of God Revivaltime broadcast -

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J .t choir bat also released several

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Highway SanBenito Sts.Clewuton this You. active are poop invited to hear this Kelly Tractor Co. Giddens Furniture Clewiston: Federa1$I

Beck Motors] : outstanding college choir this Phone a-8501 SAVINGS LOAN

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Winners of Invitational :Tourney Clewlston, Fla. THE CIJCWISTON NEWS Pap fees
'Thursday, February, 1164
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k; SpDMA 7JwlJMen's / sold. Every member of the club 1 r

Country Club NotesBy ls urged to attend and Jots of

Utty McConrills fun is> sutttclrated by all.

I
A wonderful day was had last A lowbrow is a person who
Friday by all toe! ladles of tAleWomen'
Calcutta refuses to bo bored If there'
Association and theirguests
from Lehlgh Acres and an 'exit' near by.What .
Scoring. Fifty..two&dJes In all
sale played an 18-hole best bell four
SaturdayThe some, starting at 9 o'clock. After
the tournament I delicious
v.
buffet luncheon, catered by the
Annual bar.1>-que and Registration Deadline Glades Restaurant, was served.
team sa'- tor> the men'* Cal. r .i.iktIr The decorations in the ClubHouse
Y 1 cutta Pegljtrttlon! deadline for themen's
tournament will be held
J under the direction of
and women's club Champjonshjp -
Saturday night < Country Chub Play will be Sun will be Thursday, theme of Washington's birthdayand
day. March lt according: to March 5. Entry lee will be S3. much admired.
tournament chairman: Warren Play. will boJ 18 hole rounds were very
j 1 HoweU. with handicaps ,and must be First prize was won by the
( Team announced by Howellare cwnpltted: < before: April 2nd. foursome of D. Harrell: F. Settle
S. lifer and N. Stockmanwith v ,
as follows, and in the sequence
net of 62.
r1 they will tm off: B. CRD teams win n would do.
Baker, W, Howell Ed Dean; Scccnd prize-net 63 was won you ..
4 J, Hendry, R Mattson O. Une- swI by ,O. McAuley, D. Sauls, P. in this caM? Struggle along without .
berger; E. Morrison. B. Berner in district meet I McLendon and R. Ernsley, help? Not If you bought your

u J. Harris: C. WlesenfcJd, E. Four entries from the Clew Third prize wenl to A. Camp Insurance through our agency.
k Crosby, F. Zomonek; J. Bundy, !iston Recreation Department in bell, a Yoder. F. Nail end 1. Ware independent agents, readyto
D. Baker, A. TouUs; S. Crochet the District S Florida Recreation McConville with a net of 63 N. help, day or night Call us.
E. Cornet, O Larson; Association Table! Tennis Hooks won the whale-in-one
Ron Hare, A. Foster, M. Herring Tournament in Ft Pierce prize. It was a day long to be Beardsley-
and Mrs. Garydon Haws, of Route 4, Bellefontalne, ; J. Brandon, 0. Barton, remembered by the ladles.
brought home two trophies. Entries Nash Ins.Agency .
Ohio, aught this string of 53 speckled perch: la a few hours C. Parkinson; G. Etherton A. were Cal Balentlno and The Annual Men'* Calcutta 'i'ilif

Saturday afternoon. The Haw were In Clewhton for their Houlcbck. B. McColley; F. Johnny McGee, senior boys division will be played this Sunday,
Mottley, B. Prewltt T. Weathers starting at 12 noon, 'with fourteen
fourth straight winter, and fishing on take Okeechobee Is ; Phyllis Crouch senior
; Leroy Hare. C. Nail. H. teams participating On Saturday Office Houri. 8 a.m. to a p.m.
lone attractions.-STAFF PHOTO. girls division; and, Woody Car-
of the :
Vaughn, Sr.; R. Smith. N. Miller rutticrs adult division. evening at 6:30 there will bea Closed all day Saturday
R. Egnew; J. Martinez, E.McConvule barbeque, after which the
W. Doty; J. HedIsh Balentlne and McGee lost out teams of the Calcutta will be I Phone TV MS01 Clewlilon
B. Hare C Blair. in .the semi-final rounds, while PRIZE WINNING FOURSOMES of the Ladles Invitational
INCOME TAXSERVICE The first team will. tee off Miss Crouch won seven consecutive Tournament held Friday at the Clewiston Country Club re-
lSflFo at 12 noon end subsequent games to win first placein celTed awards from Mrs. Lush Florentine during a luncheon

ON teams every eight mlnutej. her division. Carruthers in the Clubhouse. Upper phots .1s first place team with

W. 0. PERRY, Clewiston* recreation director, a low net of 6S. Left to right Mrs. Sarah Rifer and Mrs. Flo' ;
had no lanned to enter the
Settle of Lellich Acres, Mrs. Dot hand at Sebrlag' and Mrs. Y-O-U. .
Tax Consultant Local competition, but filled in a vacant -
sportsmen Naomi Stockman of Clewlet .. Second place awards went to
Boats Guides Gas Ice slot only to lose in the finals .
141 Arenlda Del Iii Mrs. Baby Enuleyiof' Lelllih Acres Mrs. Polly MeLendonof
to Dr.
Fishing Tackle Grovesley, I surgeon .
Phone Ttkon 2-7M1 Supplies rulesAt from Stuart, three gamesto Clewlston. Mrs Dot Siuls of Sebrlnr and Mrs. Oulda Me-
BuslaessPersonalFaraComplete Johnson'sFishing suggest two. Anlay of take Placid, with a low net of g3.STAFF PIIOTO.

Bookkeeping a meeting of -the Hendry Make "Extra"
Camp Money
N
ous live point two mile road racecourse
County Game and
Fish Asso- Ford Cobras
Service
Clewlston. flo. resound
elation Wednesday evening' Bowlingnews to the mighty.

members discussed the coming! Ferrari, out front for the without. Extra Work! ,.
public healing of the state Game
Threaten Ferraris roar 01 highly tuned racing cars
and Fresh Water Fish. Commission
present, cannot rest on its
Hake. work hard
which Is set for March 6 laurels of recent wins. Strengthened your money as as you do-
in Clewlston. Ladies of the Lake Riding high on a "wave of un- by shake down runs on the Our high rate of return will add up regularly to
aurmontable popularity 'the Se-
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. The purpose of the. publicmeeting Sports Shop ,..??... 63 33 bring 12-Hour Endurance Race shorter tracks about the country help build.! your insured savings quickly and effortlessly
Is for the state boardto Old South ... 56U 39U srbedulfd Cobra promises! Improve- I with
learn what sportsmen In this ? 10 a.m., Saturday, menU apd changes combined Open your account us today? !
IS30 E. U. S. s. C. S3Vi 42U March 21 surges on to new
Sugarland IIwy. in the huntIng
YU 2-2C61 area want Included with famed pilots to once again
Wilson Lumber Co. 45 51 and
glory renown. EARN MORE NOW!
and fishing regulations for Baldree'i shoot for the glory only a win
45 51
next season The local aportsrnen Canebrake A galaxy of world famous auto at Sebrlng can bring
41% MVi
at their meeting! discussed: road racing champions will
has on display the following what suggestions they would Hare. Lumber Co. 41 55Parkinson's again make the grueling tontu- Privately entered Corvettes, p HOYyf

make to the state board. 39H 56HHlch Ferraris, and Fords will be battling i Clewiston Federal

New Mobile Homes These are their recommendations Jan Hutta Series.....Scratch. ... .. ........ 443 Men's league in actual It road out racing for the trials nearest possible to 4t 6f y

: ..._.,._... .
Lola Richmond 430
in t tt South. _
Continued closing of the early ( I
: 1
dove season Dora Belcher ... 425 playoff Monday ; i | | Savings and LoanAssociation
High Series Handicap. .. An International Stock Car 41N
1 Deluxe 55x10' Marlette No opening of hunting season Jan Hutto! ... ... ............?. 560 Glades Gas and Radio WOWY race Friday morning and two sy "'5" '..0Mlt +
Commander, 2 bedroom in South Florida prior to the Ann Mattson ....... ......,._.538 have ended the regular seasonIn ) motorcycle .raoea'Friday afternoon Ott'
private dining room rest of the state. .
Leola Vaughan ..._ 355 the Men's Basketball League fill out the week !long program
Dates for hunting season recommended lush Game Series In a tie and a playoff for the of one of the most fantastic Clewlston, Florida
SOI E. Ventura Are.
1 bedroom, 50x10' Marlette front hv. rm. were Saturday before Lola Richmond ....... .. .. 180 ;faampionshlp will be held Monday programs ever staged at
Thanksgiving to the second Thalne Richardson ..........-... 173 night at 7.30: p.m. at the the famed Scoring circuit. 1
Sunday in February, to be unt Winnta Plank ...... ....... .......... 166 gym, \according to Woody Car-
1 2-bedroom 53x12' Marlette ft. kit. tcrm throughout the state. .
Itlfh Gaicit Handicap leathers, recreation: director.Tourney
Raising of daily limit on Thalne Richardson ._.._. _. 217 playoffs will be announced

1 3-bedroom 55x10 bath speckled perch Lola Richmond .......__-..... 208 later, ait which time
1# Esquire C. E. Wlesenfeld is president Winnie Plank .. ..-, ....__. 202 the first place team (Glades or
of the Hendry county group. and WOWY) will be paired with
Also Used presided at the meeting. HAPPY XITs Parkinson's; and the second
Team W L place team will play CorbIn' in
bedroom, 8x37' Star Potash-Badgett .........__. 48 40 the semi-final round of the pLay. 'LEGERDEMAIN'According
Glades Restaurant ..., 46 42 01,..
Sugarland Pharmacy A&W Root Beer ...._ 42 46 Trophies will be awarded immediately .
I Dan's Dragline Sve. __ 40 48 following the final
US 27 East Ph. YU 2-2661: Clewiston PIZZAYU Handicap Scores game of the tourney.
Came Series
2-3311 Jenny Hendry ....... _. 587 Final Standings to Webster means slight of hand which has absolutely nothingto
Julia Swindle _-_ 209) 564 Glades Gas .__ 9 Z
Jenny HendrY .:...- 202 _.. WOWY .,.,M........, 9 2Corbin' do with the drapery business, but it does draw attention to our ad.
Jean Vann .:-- 195 -. _........mta 5 5Park1naol
Treacle Caruso__ 551 \'. .._..**..*_ 2 S
I Scratch Scares: Thrifty ___ 1 SMonday's Van Cothern'e has installed the most complete drapery department aroundthe

Frances Carla ._. 177 507 Gains.blowy .
Jenny Hendry .._. 158 435 ((46)Blackwell. ) lake. Florcne our seamstress and decorator, is most adept having many''
'STEAK ._..... 402
Julia Swindle 155
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Call1berl 4 0 8Gillen years experience on the east coast. Draperies and slipcovers are her busi

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All-stars prep Baker ___,_.. 8 0 12 ness. Give her a try and I think you will agree she's great.In .

for Barton ____.. 1 0 :IJonea
tourneyThe
HUNGRYChef __,_ 0 1 1
Junior All-Start of the Partia os's ((40) order to establish! ourselves in the drapery field as we have in upholster.

Clewiston Recreation Department DI1IU ......._... 4 0 8
are finishing up twoweeks D. Dy-aI _,__ SOlO ing in the past ten years, we are offering unusually low prices at this time.

of basketball practice: Eat1e9 .___._. 4 0 8Hargrave
Ernest McCray 6lluebner Florene will be most }happy to to home night free
for the State Tournament in __ 3 0 come your day or t. give
Sanford this weekend. 4 0 a
J estimates bring samples and help you with color and fabric selections best t
Clewlston will play Pensa- Glades Gas ((57))
is ready to broil for YOU cola on Friday at 9 p.m. and Crosby __ 1 1 3 suited, to your needs and taste.
the finals will be played on Sat Hill _._" 11 0 22
urday. Other teams entered are WIlJ4ama ___.. 7 216Andreis

A Selected Top Grade US Choice Wales Panama Ft City Walton DeLand Beach Lake and Thrifty: _((44)_)__ 7 216 Our shop is open for your inspection and service every day except Sundayand

Sanford. Simmons .._ SOlO
until eleven.
The team wilt depart from C&rl&her ...__ 4 0 8 usually every night N -'

the Elementary School Friday, HIllIard _._._ :2& 0.4
New York Cut according to Woody Carruth- perry .. .._. 0 0 0
ers:, recreation director. HaH .. ._ 10 :222& We also offer complete custom rod installations hundreds of samples to

.. choose' from our drapery books. Usually we can! offer one ,week delivery

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( from Noon for those who cant, wait until 6 P.3/) 11N1EY/IY -
All we arc asking for Is a chance to prove our ability. Now would be an excellent -

2N.IALLQN! AWAY time for you to consider new draperies we are most anxious to
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Page Four THE CLEWISTOlf' NEWS dewtstoa, Hsu I y 4N beE E. Nan &lid
Circle and 1beir t
Thursday. February IT. 1984 Evening famI1iee. a
Mil GeocCayce -g.

Brantley home eeL Tweere of ":
.n'1. at IY/ftkerll1 IU
s1a
and Mr.. If'."
The Evening Circle of the 1 1l 1r Albeit Riz2Q of

NES S Presbyterian Womeni A octa- + Coon. lpet\t
ton met at the home' of Mrs. r CleMabon last Week rsteh tand

M W L. Brantiey, Jr. Tuesday
frIeods.Mr. .
evening. Mrs. Catherine Brown, l l "
and Mrs
chairman Itof
who was program
talk the Pattens .F Wayne, Wt
k gave a on
I
vinvlotPAc
and Cultures of the People of 0 Ml ter. Mrs. A 1
Helen Dickey is installed Africa.\ family bat weekAttend III

Mrs. Helen Weetman, who
presided, announced that Mr*.
worthy matron of Eastern Stars D. Cae Love of Klsilmmee l w dinner

p who spent many years with her i
;' Open Installation of officers Shaw. Either; Stella Pirkle. husband as missionary la honoring Holland '
,
'was held by Sugarland ChapterNo. Martha and Grace Nottingham. u. 1. Africa will be speaker at the .. Attending the
I' 220, Order of the Eastern Elects Qoyce Simmons was rt Church Family Night dinner Del' fee Senator tetlnpd\
Star Saturday evening at the Installed as warder and Seth tL Wednesday. March 4. :land to Bartow SPISsanI last! ,
Masonic Hall. Worthy Matron Howard e. Sentinel Attending 'were Mrs. Brant- ? 9. evening were H T
Anna Ford gave the welcome Two members of the Rainbow! ley, Miss Marian Leydlg Mn. T. Vaughn Jr, DM Vauebl.t
M
and her retiring address. Assembly, Linda Carlton and Elizabeth DeLozler, Mrs. Q. H. I" John B. Boy and W uJ
Grand Instructor of District Cheryl Lee, sang "May ':You Brown. Mrs. Cumin Martin "'' <:-- The dinner cllma a
18 Madge Taylor, Belle Glade, Always" as a courtesy to Mrs. Mrs. Charlie Martini Mrs. J. ';; Appreciation Day, &iIIIi
i" end Stella PLrUe, chairman of Dickey, who is their Rainbow t III ""
Advisor.The Rainbow W Beardsley Mrs. Henry H. THE SOPHOMOBE CLASS b balding B aaanaal TaknUM IpIDSOI'ed by the ]lotto,Our.
y Eastern Star Magazine Commit Mother and Mrs. L. M. Weetman.Senior tier of
Ford Commerce
: tee district 18, were escorted Advisory: board had presented. BaU *n Leap Year Day Satnrdar. as thla b an appropriate beyond the which
to the EastInstalling Mrs. Dickey with an orchid corsage time to .Introduce the Future Farmer Sweetheart BUM TUlle boundary oltel(
Officer was Hoc- and :Mr. Dickey with a red girl m.doll and the Future Homemakers Sweetheart Dennis 0... cWzen Cry M gathered hundreds ot Ftall
matron of Su carnation bout nlre. Staff note b hmor 6
tense Vann past land for his
long
garland Chapter assisted In the An arrangement of red and guests of BPWThe to his ttate. pubic lel.

beautiful and Impressive; ceremonies white glads decorated! Eact end. She enjoyed a wonderful Many. telegram
and the West, and the same Senior girls of Qewtston or corp
by Veta Mills, past ma-
visit with approximately J20 lationj and !I
colors were used on the refreshment High School were guests of the appreciation ,
tron Orlando Chapter 131. as members of the family and sent to
tables. Mrs. L. McCcHey. ISM Valentine CM of Beta Sinn Clewlston Business and Professional Holland by local eUa! I
Marshal Hazel Post.
Installing ; friends who attended the re and civic
Phi's local chapter reeetres her from Mrs. Bare organization J
Sugarland Chapter as installing Mr. and Mrs. Dickey were as. ercwa Hall Women Club at a luncheon union.
chaplain and Madge Taylor, slated by Rainbow Girls In no Valentine Girt The eremites took place at a party held and style show Tuesday on Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Boards- Sugarland -I
past matron, Pahofcee ChapterNo serving' refreshment following Tuesday night far chapter and Esemplar chapter embers, the lower patio of The Ctewis- Icy spent the weekend visiting Pharmiq
184 *a Install** organist the meeting with the Beta Pi pledges as heatetaea.-OTAFT PHOTO. ton Inn. relatives and friends in Enter-


I' Accepting: their new responsibilities Modeling garments from the prise. PIZZAYU

'were Helen Dickey Exemplar chapter son, fang medley of folk sponsoring Toggery Shop were fERSOHAlS Mrs. Beulah Mae Nan of Winter .
worthy matron; Carlos Dickey Pledges host songs. Kitty McLeod Gayle Harris\ Haven spent the weekend in
j worthy patron; Betty Carlton hears of libraryThe Chris KeQy read a collection Patricia Owens Kay Owens Clewiston with her sons, Gamp- 2.3311
associate matron; Leslie Carlton Clewiston PubUe Library, of delightful poems. A trio com. Karen Morgan Patricia Powers Mr. and Mrs. BUng Sonju
t.t associate patron: Essie Its' present oondittoo, .use, and sorority members 'pored of Linda and Sheila Carlton and Carolyn Owens. Styles entertained with a surprise
J Robinson secretary; Florence plans for the future 'were outlined nnd Barbara Jepson sang shown were suitable for young birthday dinner honoring Millard _IB: ,
Wells, treasurer: Betty Joy in a talk by Rev. Henry Members of the Beta PI several folk songs to conclude girls and ranged from sportswear Falrdoth Tuesday eve _
f: Howard, conductress; Vera Ford at the regular meeting of chapter end the Exemplar Chapter the program. to party wear. 1 Df. The guests Included Mr.
!'h 7 Gunter. associate enxh cues; XI Delta Pi chapter of Beta of Beta Sigma .Phi sorority The hostesses, Mrs. Gentry, Introduced as special guests and Mrs. Charles Hollay, parents
Ethridge Davis, chaplain; Mary Sigma Phi held Wednesday were guests of the pledgesat Mrs. .Black Mrs. Joann (Luther were Mrs. Ross Egnew. who a*, of Mrs. Sonju. who are
Belle Thompson marshal and February 19, at the home of a Valentine party, held on ) Davis Mrs Jeannette slated. BPW Club in arrangingits here from Chicago, Mrs. LilUe THRIFTYDRUG
I Christine Doty organist Mrs. Art Lawrence. Tuesday evening on the lower (Harold) Estop and Mrs. Carol first style shows. and Miss Mae Truman. Belle Glade, Mr.
Taking their places as the Rev. Ford encouraged members patio of The Clewiston Ian. Woody( ). Carruthert served Ride. Art**, senior clan sponsor. and Mrs. Frank Ehrlich. Mrs.
five points of the Star were to use the library to tellnew Entertainment of the evening refreshments. at the close' of Annie Tokieda, Cewiston Henry // N
.t. Mary Sue raDlllUl, Adah; Pauline residents about !It, and to was presented by a number of the evening. Mrs. Harriett Zauel presided! Ga rake, Royal Oaks, Mica.,
Anderson, Ruth; IDa support: plans for a new library talented! youths of the community at the meeting and welcomedthe : and Leonard Zimmerman, Detroit
building and enlarged staff and introduced by the mistress visitors but (H businesswas
I McU Ues. of cerem ies. Mrs. Jack Happy Birthday' postponed until a later Mr. and Mrs. George W. Beck:
a Mrs. Abner Vann conducted: ie Gentry. Mrs. Pat (R. L.) Feb. 27 Edna Dana. A. R. meeting. arrived Tuesday after a trip : Specials
r RYSTAL the business meeting following McCoUey ,was crowned Valets Torbert Sr.. J. C. Marshall. to Hawaii ms guests of the
the program. tine Girl of 1964 by Mrs. Nancy Wmiam .Palmer Viola TIndale. Chrysler Corporation. After ten
} Mrs. Lawrence, hostess, served (Bum) NaJ.!. Valentine Girl of BIRTHSMr. days en the Islands they flew
i Mar. 4.8 Feb. 28-Irma Klltngtnn. Richard
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refreshments of pie coffee 1963. Mrs. WcOoCey received back: to California and remained!
; Fape. Bill C Crud T. H. and Mrs.
Jamee Strick &PUlceDINNER
%" and Cokes to attending mem- a bouquet of yellow roses thesorority there for a few days of sightseeing
Roland, Mrs. O. L Sutton Mrs. land, of Cocoa nnounce the ITALIAN SET
Played Year oa BroadwayAt bers: Mrs. Johnie Jackson Mrs. flower In a presentation before their return to ,,
1350 Admission. Vera Mills, Mrs. John Drake. by Mrs. Glennts Black. Gussie Foy. birth of a eon, James Doyle, Qewiston. STRAW BAGS Stainless Steel
Now At Regular Prices Feb. 29 Bob Berner. Hannah Jr., on February 20 in Hendry:
J\5 Mrs. Foy Durrence: Mrs George Four small: girls in red- Beardsley, Scott Fry General Hospital. The baby State Senator and Mrs. Elmer Special Buy Beg. 9.95
Coleman, Mrs. George Jepson trimmed white ballet costumes: Friday of Fort Myers and County
FrL Set. Mar. 6.7 Mrs. Douglas Ellis and Mrs. presented flower dance.thry .- March 1 Liam Conkllng, weighed Mrs. Strickland six pounds, 13 ounces. Judge and Mrs. Richard M. 980 Only $4.95
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Rose Bethea, Ethel Mar.
Vann. were Sharon Mama 1tI.nScott Pride Meredith Stanley of Immokalee 'were in
"GOLIATH SLNSBABTLON" Sarah Anne Curate and lens Ballets Dale Lang. Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Whiner Hayesare Clewlston Monday for the openIng I DRIST.J'am.lJy ..\
Leeanna Dickey. Deborah Conv March 2-Mrs. George Kemp. of the Hendry County Fair. LISTERINE
the proud of
straight A studentMiss perents a son, TABLETS
?r' "SAMSOV AND SLAVE: rie entertained with a tap Robert R. Dacey. Steven Thomas who was born They were guests at the dinner q SIze
QUEEN"* dance.A Helen Robert honoring city commissioners Ree. $1.29 Re" 9ac
Jeannette Francis of March J- Prewitt. on February 24, weighing sevenpounds.
brass ensemble Rider Dkkson, Joann Wilson Mrs and fair afOdaVs at which the 69tLimit
Sun. > Moo. Tues. Clewiston, a Junior at Stetson ,-Joe 11 ounce 891
Mar. 8 .9 10 University is one of 31 upperclassmen / Frank Hunt Ken Young and JC. O..Shows.Mrs W. O. Bass. Mr. and Mrs.'Joseph Doll, of U. Si Sugar Corporation was 3Shopper's
No One Under 18 Yrs. on the Dean's List: Warren Fletcher from the !Su Ruth McKlnney: Ronal Weaver LaBelle, announce the birth ofa host in the evening
TOTE WITH for the 1903 fan semester. :Miss garland Band presented several' March Btenda Rennolds girl! Donna Marie, in Hendry Mr. and Mrs. David H. Pattt-
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short months, betar expirationof She was the mother of Mrs Clewiston Fla THE CLEWIS1'ON NEWS Page )rive I

engineer finds; "'; his those In the States, to take George Landeras of Oewiston. Books on .:Africa Thursday, February: ?, 1984

exchange 1 trip, perhaps by bus, to California Survivors are her husband. ". ,>" --- 'I
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via the Southern rout*. Elm Grant five daughters has a deadline of March 11th pledged a $500 contribution to
', and return to New York by one son, one' sister and five in public libraryA l to liquidate the more than f 10 this building. '
' northern route. He knows quite brothers She was a memberof million debts of the company. The Florida Bar Association:
America Florida delightful a few people in various parts the Baptist Church. number of church groups has notified Carlos Dickey, who

of the U. S. A. (Soldiers; who Funeral services Tim be held and .school classes are studying headed the fund In Hendry

and enjoys seeing and hearing in the First Baptist Church Africa at this time, and the Hendry pledges county that its 100 per cent coo-
.,-. might be. strongly tempted to). Lewiston Friday afternoon at problems of the African nations trlbution was the first received.
Dutch
v genial 25-year old every day to learn more about have been stationed In Europe), three o'clock and intermentwill look large In current events. 100% to Bar bldg.
Jacob (Yaapl Ridder. America. He went the Hud from them. ,
;dneer. up -be in Ridgelawn Ceme The Clewrlston Public Library I : '
The Hague, Holland, to get of son river spent a night in Ridder must be back In Holland tery. ha* a number of volume Hendry County .ts the first In The boa constrictor as a

. his fir t impressions' Poughkeepsle and enroute south by the end of May and he about Africa, which will be Florida to rate 100 per cent contributton species, range north from Argentina
through
Jerlca. in Clewiston stopped for sightseeing and visits will be in Clewiston for another helpful and interesting reading. of Its attorneys toward almost to the' southern
of<<
,student exchange program in Washington D C., in Virginia month or more. He hopes to Girl Scouts Some are history, tome travel the construction: of a new
of State. to border of the United States, according
Department Charleston
S. C.
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live enough money for that tripto and tome are fiction with African building in Tallahasseei for the
Her is employed by Smith Augustine. the West Coast, and one gets sell settings.! :Florida Bar Association. Each to Ross Allen, of Florida's
.I Reynolds, Inc., contractors Dike u." Ill, inquiring mind is evidentin the impression he will not be cookiesThe There are also several books attorney in the county has Silver Springs.

ployed on the Hoover the most casual conversation.He simply elght-seeing-that he Clewiston Girl Scouts by and about Albert Schweitzer.

feet with his loca- constantly seeks information may have more than passing will hold their annual Cookie .
Ie IS delighted "1 could about every phase of our life interest in the opportunities for Sale beginning Saturday February Included in the list are .
I and employment. and culture He Inquires about engineers In the U.'S. A. He The Blue Nile" and "The
29 through March 14.
|I have found a happier often loca- schools, athletics work oppor remain in America permanently Girts) will call at the various White Nile", both by Alan liThe Sweetest Sugar Ever Sold" ,
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" he said tunities, goals, etc. He has visited except for the charming: and home offering four different Moorehead; "The Peoples of
home in
*t In the Reynolds in Gainesville, site of the devoted mother, the vivacious kinds of cookies. Residents are Africa" by Colin M. Turnbull.
in Placid and is given oppor-of all University of Florida, and of the 16-year old sister and a brother Invited to purchase cookies and "Africa: the Politics of Independence"
jtv to take advantage extension services; he has madea whose wife and small daughter
make this annual by Immanuel Wai- i
to drl/e a nucCQ6S. -
in the area
ssble; trips trip to Miami, and to other complete the family circle. lerstein.
)eden( his views of America. ,;,ar interesting places in the atate. There is a very strong family : "A History of Africa Southof .1 ly, Miw
Idder recently received his ,;;!. He Is intrigued by the Seminole unity among them which Is Girl Scouts will observe their the
Sahara" by Donald Wied-
ntcr' degree in engineering :" i Indians, and marvel that they evident in the :young Dutch 52nd anniversary on March 12 ner.
m the Federal University, in ;: have lived for so many years in man's casual conversation and of their founding
a Hague, and applied for an the midst of a modem world, his attitude. (FICTION): "White Witch
:flange tour In America. "I yet retained their old culture Doctor" by Louise Stinetorf
ote 15 letters to !the\ United habits and ways of life. He Subscriptions are Rachel Cade' by Charles ) "

is' one of them was to the plans a visit to the Big Cypress Moore Haven slow Mercer
Ihlands Soil Conservation Reservation accompanied by in arrivingKen "The African Queen" by C.

Jrict. which replied asking this source I obtained the job some of the personnel of the Walker S. Forester.
Junior
/jcral) questions. They stated with Reynolds and Smith Public Health Service which three reminds, Class gar
nothing, butdid Ridder arrived in New York inDecember plans sponsor that subsclptlons -
y could promise will give him the chance for a for magazines which Pawley entersTalisman
try to place me. Through and has utilized close look at their homes and were purchased recently will

, village. day festival be between 6 and 8 weeks in scene .

Although he Is careful not to arriving Walker said that tome
Off. 8I4-135S draw comparisons it is obvious The Glades County Chamber companies take longer than William D Pawley Miami fl-
e others In getting their mailing nancler and transportation eompmy -
that he considers the educational of Commerce will again sponsor
Res. VI 8-2682 system of his native land superior Its Chalo Nltka Festival in lists updated and ask for :your owner, who has been repeatedly

to that of the United Moore Haven. The sixteenth patience mentioned in connection '
States. The mathematics course annual celebration is being The Class would also like to with he rehabilitation of the J
taught in the local senior class expanded to three days for the express its sincere aprecla- bankrupt Talisman Sugar Corporation 64 MERCURYMAXIMUM
Thurmond W. Knight is the same as that he studied first time and will Include a tics for the splendid support has purchased 17
and patronage from Oewiston square miles of land southwest
inhe!\ second year of high rodeo sponsored by the Glades
"Accredited Farm & Land Broker"Thurmond school. He, like other students County Youth Livestock Shows residents. of South Bay at a price of $914,.
000.
was taught four languages, and

. Knlghl Realty.' Inn orricEt: speaks fluent English, Trench, Inc.Activity, will get underway Talisman one of several

BM us*. ..... Reach 2010 Avenue E German and of course Dutch. Friday afternoon March 6 with Sugarland Bandin new mills in the 'Glades area

Wn f.lm ...... ........ Riviera Beach These languages are taught in a livestock show at the Agricultural last season WM plagued from
the public schools In Holland Center, followed by a Edison paradeThe the start the devastating freeze
where students go five years to Coronation Ball at 8:SO in the ruined moot of its cane Just alit
high school and from five to Center. Music will be furnishedby Sugarland/ Band of dew- was ready to begin operations.,
seven years in the University. Tommy Mason and his Man High School marched: in Financial problems have been LUXURY PERFORMANCE STAR
In Holland all students who the Edison Pageant of Light ATAMEDIUM OF THE MEDIUM'

band, who proved very popularlast many and tile company; went into
Announcement enter universities expect to con year. parade. in Fort Myers on Saturday receivership, PRICE! PRICE FIELD! /
tinue their studies until they obtain A Flsh-a-Thon will also be
a master's degree, which ,The marching band made the Pawley met with the stock
Senator Fred O. "Bud" Dickinsonhas held on that day, which will not
can be done in varying lengths effect the standings for the trip with Bandmaster Jack holders of Talisman November -
of time, depending largely on Scott, and a number of parents and agreed to sink $4 mil-
qualified for the gubernatorial campaign King and Queen of Bass. The
the amount of work and concentration accompanying the group lion into the company and provide Hendry County Motors, Inc.
and at this time he welcomes the of i the student. Some winners will receive mounted The Qewlstoo students were another S7 million in long See It at ,
fish, rod and reel as prizes for
courses, such as medicine, law, complimented on 'the quality of term mortgages. Monday he was SUGARLAND HIWAT CLEWISTONFLA.'AI.f .
!support of his friends to further the success engineering, Just as in America the one-day contestOn activities will their marching and music, and require longer time !than\ others Saturday also on .their behavior before Judge James Knott to try toI'eO'lanlze e
of his campaign including financial The one thing Ridder does include small fry fishing contest and after the parade. the company, and he
gator wrestling parade,
not like about America Is Us
assistance. massed band concert, bar-b-
television programs "In Holland -
qued dinner in the City Park
there are no commercials: ,
This advertisement paid for by and the programs are educes national quail and turkey calling -
contest, whip and gun act, '
I
tional or very worthwhile In

Friends of Fred 0. 'Bud' Dickinson shooting nature.! Here shooting.it Is The shooting Dutch rodeo, fireworks Seminole Indian and street Pageant

television It government owned. dance. _
By special request, tours
The pictures are much, much '
will be conducted at the Moore '
better, too, but perhaps that Is !
because we are closer to the Haven Sugar House en Satur-
television station." Ridder Is day, 10 a.m., :I p.m. and 4 pm.

a Methodist and a regular attendant .- Sunday afternoon at :2 p.m.
at church. He Is also the second performance of<< the
In exhibit booth fair
visiting other churches. He Is rodeo will climax the festival our we proudly present some

well-versed in government; his weekend Entries In the rodeo

pf father before hIs death In a have exceeded expectationswith .
--" plane accident 16 years ago' numerous "name cow samples of our outstanding line of appliances.
was In t government' position boys" planning to take part in
BEFORE comparable to the assistant to the first production: for the

yep travel the national treasurer. Throulhbeoefi.a Youth Livestock Shows : 'itw r :
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from the government -
write for yoar free Us mother has reared and edu

cated her three children withoutthe ObituariesDr. l' ITo -
TRAVELGUIDE financial difficulties other CALORIC .
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families might encounter with I. O. Bishop ,J, .. '
the loss of the husband and
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father. Dr. Isaac O. Bishop, Jr. of Have you seen the new "A la carte"oven -, .
Bidder realizes the advantages .
Fort Pierce, died In the Me- r n. I.
Tmvtl the Congress woy which have come to him' morial Hospital there on February 1I'j\ 4 : .t "

with this Travel Guide. .w 5'-L; easily and almost unsought "It 14 after a brief Illness. ': ,1: ': I' "
has been an easy life thus far.
Just the size to carry In w He was a native of Audlla.
bad the
I have never
yew pocket or the glove actually whichmany Fla., who came to Ft Pierce:
and
hard work problems to practice dentistry In 1919 ,"
comportment of your cor. I think :
have, and
Gives people after serving the Army Dental f. To HOTPOINT washers -
rates, locations, perhaps I and others of my gen* : .
Corp overseas during World ,
facilities of better coast
slam motor hotels coast to eratlon. are having it too fPn':," '

Mwnben Iflptctedond approved by Congress Motor Hotels easy." War He I.was prominent as a St. They serve every washing need for every familyevery ;
of Congress Motor Hotels offer free He has a great admiration for
rtisrvatton ssrvtce. We honor Credit Cord. the late President John 1'. Kennedy Luck county citrus grower as ..-It '",' .' 'J I
well as dentist day. ,
-...,. and modestly feels a bit Surviving are his widow ., ,_ ....... 2
of the noblesse oblige which motivates ;
CONGRESS HOTELS Kennedys. He wantsto Mrs. Regina Edema Bishop "
MOTOR the .
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contribute something worthwhile one brother and eight llatieN.Mra. '. 'I' j

1674 Meridian Avenue to the world, and he likes Bishop is the sister of

Miami Beach 39, Florida America well enough to feel that Mrs.. J. Nielsen Evelyn and Nash is and known Mrs.C. In. To NORGE '
perhaps that opportunity may g dryers '
CUwlston through frequent _
be here. He hopes, in a few

visits here.Services. were in the First % ? w Your clothes dry fluffy and fresh, despite the.

Baptist Church at Fort Fierce

with a military burial by the weather. No clothes line no lifting, no .lugging.To .
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Fife Six THE: CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston, Fla.Thursday 'white, Glade; Donny Morgan, Shorthorn Female -Henry according' to KM rule of the Le1a
for
February 27, 1984i:3" white, Hendry.Brahman. Bowden, blue, Hendry. Danny contort only these wr in variety aLa"
Bull Kathy Kriedler, blue, Hendry; Danny cluded. Boldridgo M

,, -. Brown, blue Collier; SleW Kriedler, red Hendry; Danny 1 This is Hie. first year there ed Dumber a idol ken
:: .: : : 1 is'i'. : I Branson, blue Glade; Steve Krledtar, red, Hendry [, has been only one perfect list and musici.M It ,

.S..: ',:, ::' "" Bronson, blue, Glades Steer Donna Keen blue r submitted. In previous :years Sunday afternoon In 1bet i
I" "I' Brahman Heifers Sherry Hendry. ,' M F there have been seve' .- om*. tan for the Fair
\ : Branson blue, Glades; Stanley Showmanship! First Glen fi ;-' "" Yk ttmea many-correct lists anda Friday night v8rietr M..

\, r,1! Bronson, blue, Glades Prldgen, $15,00)(!, Hendry, sec name was drawn from among The auditions
Hereford Bulls Robert. Ah- .I.t': for the winner of the prize were
: ond. Donna Keen. $1000, Hen :::. ;; I' :" :' them successful I
,. '. era. red Glades. '" : \. ? mooe,. One year there were no The fine
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.' I't blue Hendry. $500, Hendry. ,,, not awarded.' audition for 1be !,,I
Entries were received from final check of then
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Holstein calves predominantin Moore Haven and IJTV>IT from man 01 the Varlet

4r adult residents of each community Fair Grounds al; e D III, ,.,
L and a few from winter The talent
livestock showJack. show "!nw;
j a rra dairy visitors. at 7;30 o'clockATTENTION lit

Payne Cit Belle Glade JacR Payne, Palm Beach!,
t blue ribbon grand champion. ;
'was the proud owner of the
Donna Keene Hendry, blue .
grand champion Holstein calf
... ,. ,.,
Carl "" P
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day night tt the :Hendry County Will's, Hendry., blue; JaneCbarltM. MISSES BEVERLY PRESTON I GLENICE RAULERSON I Farmers Cane Growers and
Hendry blue; Linda Ranches
Fair and Livestock Show. CROUCH, left to right, have been awarded
; Donna Keens of Clewiston Shellman. Glade red. ; Char. AND scholarships I PHYLLIS by General Mills and the Florida Departmentof LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND i
-bltt red Don
la'te C Hendry
: ;
showed the reserve championIn
KEY MEN OF THE CLEWISTON FERTILIZER COMPANY scholarships awarded toClewlston
Shivers, Glades, red, Don Shiv. Education. These are the first WISELY PLAN YOUR I
this class! Both were Judged
pose before the new plant recently completed on the according to Supervising
four
Bob Curtis ers, Glades, red; Christine students In years
blue ribbon winners by
ACL trackage at Clewlston. These also auocUted In FINANCING
men
are PHOTO.I I
Lee Charlton' Hendry red; Gary Principal James Brandon.-STAFF"
the Mid\ Florida Fertlllier Company at Winter Garden, but the County agent. red Pat 4. Low Cost Farm Mortgage-
AlbrMon! Hendry, ;
ricwbton plant will be owned and operated as a separate Other ribbons and counties Windburn, Glades, white; Steve FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN I
i company Left to right, Abe Meet*, president, Harry Greene, they" represent were awarded is OBannon, Hendry white; Mike Three students Phyllis Crouch Will Furnish Cash ToRefinance
Secretary-treasurer, Frank Matheny, of the Clew' follows: e debts.
manager "- Windburn, Glades, white.;
ton plant and Lei Williams, their pilot.-STAFF PHOTO. Brown Swia_ Chuck Rymea, Glades, blue; win scholarshipsat wins General S Finance farm improvements new bnlldlnn.. I
J Bill Shellman, Glades County Jack Charlton. Hendry blue; chase wind machines and Install Irritation. "'
blue; John Causey, Jr., Mills scholarship s Assist In purchase ef
{ Don Shivers Glades, red; Jane Clewiston High a farm grove or ranch 'I
Glades entries win Palm Beach County, blue; Undo CharUon, Hendry red; Christine s Purchase snore land.
county Shellman, Glades County, Charlton, Hendry, red; Misses Phyllis Crouch, Beverly Phyllis Crouch. a member of s Provide capital funds for the farm enterprise
red Carl Willis. Hendry, red; Terry Preston and Glenlce Hauler- the 1964 graduating class, Is our ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN I

championship ribbons in beef Guernsey Duke, Hendry, red; Donny son, seniors at dewtatan High school's 1964 Betty Crocker HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES I
Linda Spellman, Glades, blue; Blakely Hendry white. School, have been awarded General Homemaker of Tmoorrow. She 1. Lower payment ,
01 Nancy Attrition, Hendry, red. Jersey Heifers- Scholarship Loans for the achieved' ,the hlgest score hereIn S. Longer term (up to SO rears). I
Susan Bronson and 14 month old Brahman bull
1 Larry the a written knowledge, and attitude
Holstein Preparation of.Teachers by S. Dependable service (serving agriculture
Tyler of Moore Haven won the Prior to the exhibition of the Linda Shellman Glades, blue; State Department of Education, examination given Dec. since HIT. nthA" *
I'' grand champion and youth stock award Marvin Tlllman, Hendry, blue; '
reserve : winning Tallahassee 3, 1963. General Mills, Inc., 4. Full
prepayment privileges
without
champion ribbons in the Youth stock of the United States Sugar Marvin Tlllman, Hendry, red. will penalty
Farm Bureau plans sponsor of the program I. Loan service J by local people familiar '
,i Beef Show of Hendry County Corporation was shown, Showmanship Awards- The girls were selected on the award her a "Homemaker of To with WIM!
j culture.
Fair and Livestock Show Monday during which time Sugarland. John Causey, first place; basis of competitive: \. examinations morrow" pin to signify her |
Mbrittnn, second place; If we can be of service to yea please write or POM,
night Ranch manager Sidney: Crochet Nancy held on March: 13. 1962 and achievement, and her test paper
LaBelle W. R. MAY Mgr. .r DOYLE E. ABBOTT
meetingAn Jack Payne, third place. with Asil Mgr
gave a rundown on the ribbons the successful compliance! will be entered in competitionfor
Due to an Insufficient number bad at various other other for holding
they won requirements state honors.
i: of the entries Brahman in the Bull other division divisions was fairs in the state. the area Florida meeting Farm arrangedby Bureau Trailers will be a General Scholarship Loan. The state Homemaker of To- Federal Land Bank ,Associationof

'r t the only group with adequate. Judges for tha animals and Federation will be held at Flora Miss Crouch is recipient of a morrow will be awarded a $1-
,': competition for chasmplonship showmanship were Charlie Anderson and Ella' Restaurant< in La- checked for tags 11,600 or 1400 for four years at 500 college scholarship: and will BradentonPHONE

: grading Susan exhibited a 13 of Immokalee and Joe Belle at I:30 p,m. on March 3. the college of her choice in be named a national finalist 74J-ZOS1 BRADENTOX
0 month old bull; Larry's was a WhitheU of Naples, both assist.ant Announcement of this meeting Tag Inspector Dan Mueri of Florida for preparation as a Her school 'win be presented! FU
county agents of Collier was Issued by the Gainesville Fort Myers said toll week teacher.. Miss Preston and bliss wifh! a set of Encyclopedia Brit
county. office of the Federation.The trailers in parks and privatelots Raulerson received a 1300 grant armies awarded by Encyclopedia -
Glades Roofing Co. in Lee, Collier and Hen- per year for three years at a Britannica: Inc. The state's
Ribbon Winners federation is holding a counties 'will be checked choice. second ranking girl will receive
AH Types of Roof and dry school of nursing of their
Sheet Metal Work Angus Bull series of area meetings during starting March 1 to set If (the a S500 scholarship.Alltime THE PETE SMITH HOMES
) *-
the week of March 3on the home license tags The scholarship awards are effective -
New Construction or Major Whisnant,, blue, Coin theme "Internal l Improvement.. new mobile immediately accordingto highs In the number
Repair Jobs lier Mark Whisnant blue, Col. have been purchased of senior high school girls end
;
Information: for County Farm Harold Ea'ep, guidance; counselor Designed For Florida Living Pleasure
Phone 2.7111 lier; Jay Woodward, red Bureau leaders on national legislation Trailer tags expired Febru- at CHS. schools enrolled marked this.
Glades compensatory payments ary 20, the same date as auto the tenth annual: Betty Crocker QUALITY - ECONOMY
Day .r Evenings The :MR (Mobile More than 484.-
Angus Heifers-Carl Willis, and the role of county license tags Search program
+ CLEWISTON.P. O. Box 1243 FLA. blue, Hendry;' Donny Morgan, leaders in the overall Farm Home) tags cost $16.7]. Owned City docket busy, 000 girls in 14.000 of the nation'\ Built By:

red, Hendry; Billy Shellman.f Bureau program 'will be presented of mobile homes must pur- schools participated.: Since the
and discussed. chase a tag unless the trailer many postponedActing program was launched, more SOUTHERN AIR BUILT HOMESA
State Farm Bureau President is listed on the property tax than three and a half million

E. H FinJ yson, of Greenville rolls, Myers said. City Judge Carlos girls have participated and FLORIDA CORPORATION I

\ ,' and staff members from the Dickey spent a busy Wednesday scholarships approximating one %Vi Years Serving Florida's IIome- lakers
t The demand for fat Gainesville headquarters will Sugar men will last weak and actions: cre- million dollars have been award
conduct the meetings ated an equally busy egenda for ed. SALES REPRESENTATIVE WANTED
March IS, u a result. of postponements .
i, Mt and stocker Other. meetings in South Florida attend dinnerA .
will be held on March 2 at : The Southernaire
Student wins
cattle is heavy 'Selma'. Restaurant Okeecho- group of U.S. Sugar CorpOration William J. Schmidt charged ,
bee;;Mard1 dot New England men plans to attend with resisting. arrest end disorderly V
{ Buy only the Oyster House, fort Lauderdale; the fund-raising dinner at which conduct, Fred Lutzow word 1
March 5 at Knight's Restaurant President Lyndon B. Johnson charged with resisting arrest contestBecky

cattle Wauchula and March 6 Riviera ,will .speak in Miami tonight and disorderly conduct Bill .1''
want Restaurant, Vero Beach. Sherouse with the only
you They; are C. E., Wetherald, Neal charged with resisting arrest -
". H. T. Vaughn, John B. Boy W. with violence and disorderly correct entry won ;the $15 cash 1

C. Prewitt, C. A..Martinet Fred conduct, were all postponed award in the misspelled word.
C. Slkes, S. L Crochet E. C to March 18, as were the contest of the Hendry County
EDWARDSPlumbing DWl cases of Bob McCalley and Fair booklet Becky included
Mills, O. A. Jones, and S. K
; A. L. Moorman, Jr A case of the word "Eatln's" as Incorrect r e
j -Sales Swayne.
Every Monday at 1:00 P.M.t Repair disorderly conduct against Ron and was the only contest.ant L

Replacements.Installations ,ald. Coleman was dismissed! to do eo. JY4
Schools release Many contestants found the
Case disposed bf Included
,
other misspelled words "break"for
,. Trouble Shooting students for fair Pauline Streeter petty larceny, ( brake), "excuatlng" (for
175 or 25 days Willis J. Lewis
; .
excavating), "tackel" for (tackle
"Septic Tank A The Hendry county schools public ,drunk 123; Willie J;
), "peeple" (for people) and
GLADES LIVESTOCK
: MARKET ASSN. Specialty"Call will cloae at 1:45: pan. on Frt Pope, allowing unauthorized aippllacne ((for appliances).
f r : day. February 28, to permit aB person to drive. S3S or IS days; 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths-, Carport Utility Boca]
i1 Rev., Henry H. Ford served
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students. to attend Children's\ Matt Stanton. DWIr S200 or 60!
[ 4 Phone WY 6-3028 Belle Glade Fla. as contest Judge.
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with license revoked
325 E. Ventura Day at Hendry County Fair. days! case Features;
l to be appealed Earl E. Jordan, These were: the only misspelled ft
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Ceramic Sills ]
Tile
L charged with DWI will be tried words which were not Tub and Shower,

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February 27 1884
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ADS February 29 is to Harlem NewsNews

be a red letter day .ID Lake

Placid when an all day affair,

tagged "Lake Placid. Day" will
FOR SALE be held. Festivities will of Our Colored Community
2
bedroom CBS ROOMS FOR RENT Can YU CLASSIFIED RATES: Four get under
home with S lots 24881. way at Sylvan Shore about
75x180 In tfc cents per word per insertion. 70 MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored New Editor
Tropic Homeslte on Pine Is 2 p.m. with band millie A bar
cent minimum charge four insertions
land. For information call YU FOR RENT Furnished cabins ; becue will be held aborting at. Phone YU S-7651
of
for the price three.
2-4391 after S lI.m. Price 9000. and trailer. Johnson Fishing 4 p.m.

Mar12c Camp. YU 2-1181. Uq PHONE Yukon 3-1201 TRIP AROUND THE WORLD Missionary Note
N Purpose of Lake Placid Day 1* AND LTTTLE MISS WORLD

DEMAND CHEATER: THAN FOR RENT-a and 3 room fur. Person whose name appear to raise funds for school pro CONTEST The Conference Branch of the

y relq EVER for houses, acreage, fished apartment Phone 2- in &the classified ads ects. Currently new light are Missionary Society of line A. M.
1271. being placed This bit double feature spon- E. South Florida Conferencewill
businesses. We have customers Uc may pick ap two passes to on the baseball
waiting. List :your property withus. FOR the Dixie Cryatal Theatre, field and a fence installed. wired by the Heroine of Jerl- be held Saturday, Feb. 29,
RENT-Trailers and Trail eo, Everglade Court No. 107. at Mt ZIon A. M. E.
J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU compliment of the New Backstop and playing field was OpaLoca.
27501.: tfc er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer and Theatre. Passes most be completed last year. You are cordially invited to Join Fla. The pastor and missionary
Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tfc ut on this trip and make this ladle of New Bethel
Feature of the
REAL ESTATE called for before Wednes February 29
FOR SALE House, 36"x38, 609 FOR RENT day.FOR event will be the auctioning of night one you will always re A M. E. Church namely Rev.
THSIDE home or Invest'at E. Trinidad. Quiet aircondi- member. A mall l donation la all
Feb27p tloned and two waterfront lots. There also L. Holmes, Mrs. Grace Collins,
property, priced consldliy heated sleeping will be we ask for a night of thrill and Mr. Lucile Wilson Mrs. Mary Graduate From Kith School ..
room with kitchen an auction of a widevariety
M.
T. Hood prIvileges If
under market. pleasure. Pictured above are
Miss Patrick
desired. YU 23421. tfcANNOUNCEMENTS. of Itarn donated by: local Stewart. Gwendolyn Miss Mary Moore, the daughter
bedroom frame. of in
RTHSIDE some the contestants the
Miss and
Evelyn Johnson
FOR SALE Two bedroom ti business concern and resi of Mr. and Mrs. Moore was
rnished. Immaculate. frame home in Moore Haven. s= dents. A professional, auctioneer Mis World Contest. Miss Dorathy McCray will at a member of the graduating

RTHSIDE bedroom frame, Huge oak tree in :yard. Total has been engaged to conduct the tend. class. of Du Sable High School

,000 price ".500. Financed. YU 2- auctions. \\t>.t' I, Chicago, 111. The commence-: -

SAGE as available 3421. tfc J"" The Lake Placid Band will ment exercises were held Thurs

FRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM, 2th ,:,7 19 av play throughout the day and Funeral Service day, January 30, 1964 8 p.m.
i frame home. Hardwood FOR SALE Three bedroom rhW o there! will be other entertainment in the high school auditorium..

frame home. Large corner 1 \I 0 Roy Peoples chairmanof Funeral cervke for little Miss Moore 1* a former student
lot. 402 E. Ruth Caroline Harris, the two
Ventura
s.FHA 7500. '
HOMES In Broward. : the committee: in charge, of Harlem Academy, her mother
Terms to be old daughter of Mr. and
year
arranged. YU 2-
felm Beach and Dade coun- 3421. tfc ,, aid. People aald that. while Mrs. Robert Harris were con- who atlll reside In Clewls
public officials and candidatesfor ton, attended the exercise
sizes and prices. v
various t ducted on Tuesday, Feb. 18. at
,
SALE 1962 Chevrolet office will be Introduced,
(ll cash payment. MISC. the Reddkk Funeral Chapel
Efficiencies and pickup. Clean. Low mile- Extra there will ba no speeches.aid .
RENT with the Rev. L. Holmes officiating. !
pickup. Extra Clean. Low
uses as available i A tragic death ended her CHURCH NEWS
lots to selectfor IF IT'S UNIFORMS mileage .Phone YU 2.1664. tfc which they may hay. against
er 1,000 vacant see us first life, Friday, Feb. 14. New Bethel A. M. E.
( estate I In the ofdct ti( the
all purposes. Various Nurses Beauticians, Waitress, FOR SALE-Paron envelopes, couniudg.: nt H.ndrv County,

j, Terms. Maid Doctor's and Barber's printed with form for social Florid..,, Florida;In the, within oourthoun ill calendar atLallelle Rev. L. Holmes. Pastor.

IESTMENTND INCOME mRaR 'Jackets. The only uniform shop security; withholding and other month from the date of P. T. A. Note Sunday School, 9:30.: H. L.McKlre .
for miles the first publication of this
around. UNNIE'S Supt.
OPERTY. deductions. Box of 500. Clewlston notice Each claim or demand
I MONTHLY RENTAL. Rent UNIFORM SHOP, 1635 Hendry New office tf must b. In writing and mint The regular meeting wa held Morning worship, 1055.:

CBS construction. 25000. Street, Fort Myers. Janltfc state the place of r..ld.nca andpoet A Monday night, February 24, in Evening worship, 7 pen
office address claim-
of the
bO TERM, low Interest REAL OTOOIt RENT RADIO GLADES MERCANTILE COMPANY ant and must be sworn to by the the school library with the Bible reading Tuesday eve-
Irm cane, grove and ranchftgages & TV SERVICE. Carith- authorized Singer Sewing claimant, hla agent or hli attorney chaplain] presiding. In the business !. ning.
ers Radio & TV Sales with or It will become void session
minimum 50000.: Machine dealer' agent will according to law. The law r.- plan were worked Rehearsals for choirs, Wednesday
FOR RENT 320 acres deep service. Nlckell Building, 108 service sewing machine in qulroi claim to be Ud In dup- out for a special Founders Day and Thursday ewnlnas.WQI1'Ien's .

LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. muck in Lake Harbor area. Bond Street dewlstan. Fla. Clewiston area every Saturday. haste.F.brusry. .. celebration, this event will take
M. LANKFORD 'Kl JUDITH GALE HILTON Day Sunday, March
Suitable for cane or cattle All Phone YU 2-8441. YOUR PHIL Phone. WY 6-5659, Belle Glade. /e/ HATHCOCK. place at our next meeting on ,
JLtg. Real Estate Broker 'dItched end diked. Long term CO DEALER. tfc Administrator of the estate 22, 1964.
tf of Uarvla
Hnthcock, deoeand
) East Sugarland Highway lease. Call after 5 pan Carl /./ Carloa R. Ulckay I t committee for arrangements You are cordially Invited to

Fire Auto and General Kwaoniewskl Belle Glade 696- A. L. Benton YOUR CLASSIFIED AD her CUwlntun Attorney ,for Florida Administrator are Mr*. Emma Dixon worship with us.

Insurance 5692. MarlZc BLUM & SONS PLASTERING. will be read by hundred CN 420-Feb. U, 10, IT; chairman. Working with her St. Stephen A. M. E.

Alston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 Very Best Work- What have :you to sell Or what March I. 1M4. ..../ aY are Rev L. Holmes. Mr. Annie

FOR RENTNe110'dll'\ house We Save You Money do you wish to buy? Try one for Mitchell MRS. LoWe Williams, Rev. Lee Jenkins, Pastor
Lester LewisThinking trailer with two bedrooms IN THE CIRCUIT'COURT I
01'THIJ
and alrcondiUon. week Plastering Simulated Stone results. Phone'YU 3-1201. TWELFTH JUDICIAL Mr. A. A. Thrones, Mr. Dennis Regular church services, the
By or Stucco-Free Estimate CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR HENDHTCOUNTY. : i ReddIck and Mrs, J. S. Gajad- second and fourth Sunday of
month. YU 2-3421. tic FRESH shipment Annual Flower '
Licensed and Insured IN tAIlrA.: ha. The committee will meet at each month. You are welcome.
about and Vegetable plants C<<-
CASES: NO 1401 and 1110SHELL the home of Mrs. DIxon Friday
,
FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished 25 Years In Business
bin Farm & Ranch Supply. F27e HOME FINANCE CORPORAT1ON. Mt Calvary Baptist
bouse. Call YU 2-32S2.: 3850 Lora Street ,, evening at 7:30: p.m.

[ SELLINGYOUR tic Fort Myers, Fla. tfc 1 WHILE THEY LAST, pacagesof Plaintiff, Mr. Cora Lee Anderson won Rev. L. M. Kitchen, Pastor

ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 one dozen 3"x5" scratch ROBERT"oLENN' JACKSON and t the box of groceries. Sunday School 1:45: a.m.
FOR RENT-Two room efficiency pads for only 25c. Place a DORIS LYNN JACKSON his l 11:00.
Please attend P. T. A. Morning worship, :
;your
wife ALUM HOUSE, INC., _
Apartment. Lights Water LEARN SPANISH the easy way scratch pad In every room of HAMPTON., INC.) W. C. HUM- meetings Evening worship 7 pjn.
and gas furnished. Also one In weekly classes. Call YU. the house for convenience The BON and W. T. HAKVAHI I Mrs. Emma Dixon Reporter:
HOUSE? sleeping room lor rent. Call YU 2-5901 for Information. Hilda Clewlston News. U dlbllt REDI.MIX IU"NIION, : LUMBER AND

2-6653. tfc Tonarel,. Feb27p t>efendante.BENSON
snider these danger J. O. Davidson REDI MIX, W. C. UKNOON .J Note From Founder 'HOSPITAL NOTES
ore you act. You may FOR SALE OR RENT-New duplex SUP COVERS and drapes. Ora.tom and W. T. HARVARD, Day CelebrationThe
Partntri,
underprice or overprice It. Two bedroom and three made. Complete line of FOR SALE Parakeets, $2.00 Plaintiff, REGINA BOBO ninety-eighth Founders' Patient admitted Carrie

I be harassed by curiosity; bedrooms. Carport. Location: drapery and sUp cover fabrics. up Mynah birds, African lovebirds vs.ROBERT Day Celebration of Edward Mitchell Jimmle Lee Freeman

I seekers. Obispo St. between Corona and Free estimates. Call YU 2-S83U monkeys, cage, supplies.Pet DORIS OLENN LYNN' JACKSON JACKSON and his Waters College was held at Ed- Lillian Davis, Eddie'Mae Cole-

[ not know how to market Pacific Sts. Call collect Lee Van Cothern'i Custom Furniture boarding Thompson Wild wife, .MAIN HOUSE. !. INC.; ward Water College Jacksonville man. Wilfred Smith, Willie

(lit have effectively.to neglect Wilson 844-6351. Lake Park and Upholstery. tfcI Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- HAMPTON HOME) FINANCE!| CORPORA.SHELL Fla., Feb. 9 through 12, Strachan, Annette Dickers

"'ork. your Fla. tfc 1236. tfc TION with the Rt Rev. W. F. Ball Cads Drummond. Dorothy Sullivan

NOTICE OV SUIT Defendant Sr., pre.ldlng'Iblahop of Florida RUM Tolbert. Willie

\ sell your house quicker < REGISTERED CITRUS TREES TO: ROBERT GLENN JACK. presiding Dr. Won. B. Stewart, Doney. ,, .
to J. SON and DORIS LYNN JACK-:
d for Its fair FOR SALE-Ready go.
BON hla wifeAddr.e. president Edward Water College Patient remaining! 'r Lloyd
rket value Ona Fla. Phone
WANTED M. Tomllnson, ,
Unknown. host. A special recognition Wilfred Smith. Ed-
Rookwood.
k for thLs .
> RE 52786. tfc Laet known address: 110 Ventura
alter seal ClewUton. Florida. and :tribute was given in die Mae Coleman, Willie Strach

y a Realtor Acreage-Houses-Lots FOR SALE-Catedlum Bulbs, a PLEASE. TAKE has been NOTICE filed thatComplnlnt by t, f honor of the founder of the Af- an. Henderson Rhode, Walter 7

professional Rentals-Business 10 varieties, 25 cents each. SHELL: HOME FINANCE) CORPORATION r I can Methodist Episcopal Smith Edwin Anderson, Rufus

I real estate- Property Corbin Farm It Ranch Supply. against you In thebovevelyled r Church the honorable Bishop Tolbert, Willie Dorsey, Claudia
foreclose
y display It reuse to and Mrs. Richard Allen. Much
MarUc a mortgage upon the following. Drummond, Annette Dickens,
Dade-Monroe deacrlbed property, towltililt's. praise to the Opera Repertory Carrie Mitchell. Lillian Davis,
{Frank Denmead FOR SALE-Good used Birch Block "II", Oolfvlew Group of the eoIkth.e1r: Bell William, Jimmle
Mary
HElP,WANTED I WOMEN I Addition to the City of Clew
Realty
wood kitchen'. cabinet with (.ton, Florida according to 1 presentation of a two-act comic Lee Freeman.
Rees Broker 309 W. Sugarland Hwy double sink 3 foot table top the Plat thereof recorded In opera "Cos Fan Tutte" School
YU M4Hr'lt Plat Hook 5. Page0 of the
pays to deal with a. YU 3-2941 WANTED Someone to do white metal cabinet Wardrobecabinet Official Record of Hendry for Lover This event will long (Omitted Last Week)
Realtor" housework and care for one 2 feet deep. 3 feet wide, County, Florida be remembered. .

child 54 day a week. Good 6 feet high. Call LaByers MoteL and with that the you Clerk are required of the to above file Patients admitted-Mary Jane

salary. Call YU 24493 after YU 22891. Cite : t ordPI Court. your to sold.Answer complaint or Pearce, Mary Wagner, Edna

5:30: pin Ito ALL MAKES 21" USED TV and to asrve a ropy thereof upon Birthday Party Sullivan, Mozelta Bell Bertha
Feib.lman Friedman Hym.n Judith Gale Hilton was honored Kelly] Jim Harris Elnoria Mc-
SET Guaranteed, 19.95
Brltton. 400 Court Home
Paul Emrich
Business down, $14.04 per month. LAKE Square Building. 100 Southra.tSielh PAULINE GRIFFIN on her 9th birthday by her Kinney Rosa Lee Shlpp. Lloyd
DirectoryWALDRON'S Street, Fort Lauderdalo, parents, Mr. and MM. Thuroton Rookwood.
clerk- tfcBiiQJ
WANTED ParUlme APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. Florida. Attnrneye for Plaintiff,
typIst. Pay according! to ex Shell Home Finance Corporation, Hilton with a party, Sunday afternoon Patient remaining Ivan

SEE US FORBOTTLED perience. Write Route 1, Box on March or. before loCh If the you 11th tall day to do of I at .the recreational center Powell, Edwin Anderson, Lloyd

350, Moore Haven' Fla. Phone .0. a Decree 1"0 Conr..o will More than 60 guest werepresent Rookwood Plnkaon Butler Rose

EATS: AND GROCERIES GAS YU 2-7121 or YU 3-1533. Feb27c be lief taken demanded aa-alnit In said you for Complaint.the r.- I at 4 p.m. for a gay Lee Ship Floyd Henry Hen

AppliancesSales PONE AND ORDRRRD ..tLanell. celebration. They enjoyed music derson Rhodes. Elnoria: McKln- f

Open 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. .. Hendry County, Florida. i and games, each: guest received Del, Bertha Kelly Mary Dell
this 11th Any of February 114.DOKOTHY
ServicePOWER favor. On
the
COUNTY .JUDOE'S a menu William Jim Harris.
IN THE MOORE CLARK ,
& 3 to 8 p.m. mrscinan us Wanted COURT IN AND FOR HKNDBT Clerk of the Circuit Court. were hot dog, hot chocolate,
FLORIDA Dpi O'ilanlon,
Olney C.
GASCORPORATION COIN cake. Serving a* hostesses were
Six Days a Week PHOBATH ( .. ) Deputy Clerk.
IN RB ESTATE Of b" 4J1_Feb. II, 10, 17; Mr. Matte Hilton. Mrs. Fred-
OSED EVERY TUESDAY) QKKVlB: HATHCOrL'LNOTICE .M4 March. f, Ult.HOTtCE dye Oliver and Mia Carolyn BIRTHS
WANTED TO RENT-2 bedroom
r Your Spur of Moment TO CREDITORS Polk. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peace
furnished apartment or All creditors of the estate of FOR BIOS
PIcnics CALL COLLECT house. Permanent resident Ph. OKRVia HATHCOCK. deemead.an The Moore Haven Methodist are the parents of a son, Donald,
Miles East of dewiiton South Bay -- WY 6-5521 hereby notified' and requiredto Church offer for sale the Old born February 12th at Hendry
YU 31201. tx file nay claims or demands Church Building Sealed bide will
Bare Beach be accepted until March S, 114. X'IY Snrprsle Party General Hospital The baby
HENDRY COUNTY The Church reeervei th. right weighed 7 lb*., 4 oz. I
Mr. Dennis Reddlck. Mrs.
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to reject any and all bid. AILOREITA
tention Cattlemen Title & Abstract Co. The eucoeuful bidder mint re. in Isabella Reese and Mr<*. Emma Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie McKInney -

Till Abstract.-Title Insurance 4-' REAL ESTATESpecial move building completely within (0 days the of church noticeof [ Jean Grkwell were honored announce the arrival of a

1. .Is the time Ie consolidate Public RteaerrapkerPhotoeepyhig acceptance. with w surprise party: for the daughter, Gardell, born Feb.
. debts with a loag term DnpUeaUng Values Board First Methodist of Trufteei Church 'J ". three of them, Saturday night at 17 at Hendry General Ho t>ItaL

n Iota, low Interest rate, Bridge 8t and Park Ave FRANK: DENMEAD Moore Haven Florida the recreational center. Member The young lady weighed 7 Ib*.,
wttk LaBelle. Fib P. O. Sex 641OKinte Realtor CN 41*-Feb. II, 10,.IT, 1..4NOTICD of tinier families and 13 oz.

ederal Land Bank S-ltil ? III E. El Pas Ace. McKENZIE friends made this affair possibleIn

fSTA16 The Hendry County Board of fiecree:). Special guest ar.
ClewUtoo, Fib TO M4J1 County Commlailonare will accept rived around 9 pm. and enjoyed Harlem ClubYour
8e* er Writ EVINRUDESales I sealed bid. for the purchaseof >n" '
Very profitable Grocery business in colored sectionof one chaste type cab tractor making three very nice Favorite Mixed Drink
Indlantown. Fla. Building. land fixture and stock Included for .heavy trailer. transportation, people happy. Each received: Cocktail*

ei* Walcild Building Sales and Service in price. This 1 ts a clean operation and Nets 19000.00 :r.1.rnh.i. 'maximum equipment: net trailer loadJ6 many useful and beautiful gift. Fried Chicken Sandwiches

Brsdentoa, FloridaHATHCOCK'S per year. toll capacity. A delicious menu wa served Recorded Music
New and Used Motor Detailed specifications may be along with other goodie. Popular Bands
Two bedroom. North side of Highway." Large corner obtained upon request from office Mr. and Mr*. WU Wallace,
NsrlnRaMwan lot 100x100. Shade tree May be commercial if desired of Clerk of Circuit Court, Proprietor
LeFlelle I'lnrldLTh.
Part and Aeteisorle excellent apartment or duplex *lte. board ...er... the Hunt
E SALES Marine Safety Equipment to reject any or all bide and toward The State Board of Health
:: .* SERVICE Two bedroom frame In excellent condition Inside and the contract In the beet
STAltANT: A SERVICE Phone xTkoa S-5211 out, on North side 11,000 down. Total price 18,900.00. 318 Interest of Hndrji County. rEAZN2J6TLNE said 4,985 accidental poisonings JULIA'S
STATION W. Pasadena Ave. HARVARD .. PARKINSON were reported to It in 1963. Of

OPEN a. IIY ALL NIGHT R. E. WALDRON 320 acres. Fenced and in pasture, Hayihed. Fronting CN 414-Feb. to IT, 1114.Chairman. r three, over 3,000 were children BEAUTY NOOKFor
(1
e Levee. $160. per acre. under five Two-yearoids accounted
for 1,323 cues; three That New Look
Vniianu 640 acre muck on Levee. Fenced pasture windmill The Hendry NOTICE County Board of year-old 683 and one-year-old Ttntlnf fitjUnr CnttinfN
Electric For prompt. Efficient County Commleilonere will .. I
1200. per acre. r Appolnlneato,
675. In 1962 the total accidental
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.1. sealed bid. until 11:01: A.M.,
Inr. Repsln. Ad Appllsaees Home delivery: Two Sections of sand, muck land, IS mile South of March 1/. 1M4 for the purchase poI UI1n g case reported was I Friday and Sat rday
Electrical C..lneUac OF TOE MIAMI HERALDS Clewlston. 1165. per acre. Long term. of FILM ONE READER-PRINTER AUTOMATIC MICRO-for 3880. Mr*. Jail Sales. rreprletor!

Wuuams! pa..e I-un Call Bobby Gidcn? Small Orange Grove from JH to 10 acre tract Ca- use In Court the office Lailelle of,Clerk Florida.of Circuit

....... loosahatchee River and at LaBelle. Fla. Detailed specifications en file
TV J-1JM In the Clerk' stir. and may beobtained
Ocala and Silver Spring 20 acre,
Other Acreage near upon reqjeil
Double 9 mile from Ocala. Cleared planted in pasture. 9800. The Board reeervee the tight ELITE GROCERYGroceries
"A"Roofing to reject air or all bId., and to HARRIS
Tribune Ocala wooded. Excellent award the. contract to the beet
Tampa 19 acre, 30 mile from lightly Interest of .'
investment 7900. HARVARD a PARKINSON,
aad Chairman Board of County:
476 acre 170 acres cleared farm land. 30 miles Com", .. .. ; Fresh Meats School Supplies
from Ocala. $120, per acre. Total 130,400. CN 41(-Feb. 17) Mar. i, u'" Hilton's GroceryGroceries ,
Ft.
Myers
Licensed M' Fresh Meat Cold Drinks Clewiaton News
For any of theN extra special value eaU Vegetable
Bonded News Press Sugarland PharmacyPIZZA
re Frank Denmead Cold Drinks Essential Items Other Items

mats. 011 AD !)pes Home Delivery Re.. Broker W. Appreciate YourPatronage .

r 8Dd W. O. CAMPBELL: TO S44M"It FO? InformationCallYU 27651tLASSIFIED
Phone YU 31131 Mr. sad Mr*. Tiontoa' HDU
o phone J.2'l11 Pays to Deal witk'a Realtoi YU..2-331J. rreprfolot

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Farm Bureau IIarmhy sd&sesKlwaais Tiger cagers establish school Ya5Jrt---_ _-a '

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presidents gather ad 211na11r.aI record In busy weekend of play T JIaatia.... ... -It'I. I

wsr d be Ihdr7 0III t7 .
V: Tl Btrrsaa! 11.IBBlm"Uf flll idled satin we CIIIIII Dead Boer H B and fciiSgcrctem Saturday IIi *. Ooatk Baa a :
Seed y ata4 Pam 1)aw.t: er at .r Loathes arK abe actOAted a nerd fBJa cleaned Jail bead M ft* Totals ...
a sdd a -.r.. seder CrInda I tira- Cab.iadoe ftr 0*aAa ffi ma a 1-: a haa a. +dllt1Cr .wr ee --s.. slab rw over ix turn r Gdoew48e Tat --. a .wo. we state Ibex late. bn P- u4 w. C whit WM tbe record art( Balboa 18 I D:
a
ewe PiarioftZl a Pinl?stn cue. 33* rari te 11 vkteries Csaifbaa I ,
.f CnoBrtte (rcaiM.Sr are hsaebg aced tmdIIn ytanmts me noel total win tar Tirtoryto err Kazzat '

: E. T Tar. promt far: "> -roectidi ar n.a trfbeae Gewaresa a CBs bariwfbaS toaa 1btWM )L Stinnett 7 J U Br"

acnrulaw at the llnite a out II pr--.rc. ter r a.dsel 12 wiac.Ovwtoa Ayes 1 I X r
Florida. an* weaker at med Iraza 2 S 4 1Aab --
t. b be .ad II.F neribasd
: sell bai to play tome Geim ,_ J r' a ;
wee lasckan. 7rri'i ?. lie e. yaatreeSa 1 T t
h ( ndey Pte meyrwedeme : (90BP tomaacet trnfrt, S. StirDt& j $14
lad a ---.s Tior d r. acaatt Palates la
Gadzrle j 271limopm
b da.a.a
warimt JftDIdar'' beat fro ba35e PMc.ie&; .. If wry vto *fl antichobnc ( i1
admeC
pagraea
II alit !Inca adIIaa1I to fsor q.w, rs1 p1q Ok- FDOIe 1 2 PHS
: r with .atiYteus .a Fri 4 nurse
g !:!lIe a .eo mIOIad .t [wear: &* fcr aa r- at
kTl fafanaJTTJJI i nBt.eT 6e Ba- Bua -1 2
rant Ssn lie ..cn.s7. 'riItiaa to fee die id taurnatvt Inlraining
meet
4 dersdatc b coziarlres amt
1 DelL
M:i. lam. aooar.ied IIIr seeded y tie iedreridal eeSedttls Ttrile D H tiC1ewbr 3Gat3drs. J rp.

barred as feet >. TB* -wes acre to a.e seeetotel beaancsale Friday ttfal to Mrfbome I.t G' T P and Kay hds] yhe! a
9QMd M ft* bsaqset fey ftcsraad nd Iar.iI! &s tbe Cfen were defeated Jrobft4I S J 2114anlsa Gi.desfwbeg Be.lt r.
sm and d.sghee-lrw. IL" for sell n dyeefaetToth 151 by De ctranc Florida I 211cariber. par1aaaS lIl
II lies. Rarity A* Banco Air Academy. For ebe Cnt j 43 cwfteDct
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_. ., IIa 1Brsrd J -.' d. C.ioaaets me bee .t1be 'time th.]g .nyf. tat: BiD{ Car Bible 1 2 11BowdaI 117en Fndajeperieocc Pt

J JUJOI011I FUT nnL ... ......... a ar.iry c. feet a..r lawfra Tie sesiias iiiiBniiindSs&adxy -leered! Bert aid 1ef.amit bea. ty4sweer .... xften: va* ball F I Tie a.t g traI CIIt
.ae ,
: ... Kee to..4aIe rb .p v$ ea sera./ ua4rw;; Caro. .ri .L xx .... .. that ....me aida tar br. API'ma! r crew aorrcwtda--. Baa1'2 rfe. dmlzrjbetnjq 10 keep Pit
I E 11 1, tor ... _4 .....q .m..n. ne eta ..- d s4 n. beet hwe le state adJura JGn ...n7d as tie e6 the Ca3erttieaA. &Jr (5G r pJun X. 1&rIrTti1: 2 I 5Famr IafeIt health wwters abreast It.

seik ., (v 4werr us pa.we d chi e a A4air ., fee. bey DIetrt.e.tlfewt r- Boers -aa.: sea4zwr .... s... peocaems. : dJ o.JIInBbr. ode 122 beJItcII &lid to Pet:

) .-*. it VM btrr U.. A tor 6r .tSens. Fats >fna-4Ttrt FBOTO. dude.u4 tile mat far. a.ehad.t Dare pa+ h odnad !blaze 111'DrWi Basin s $22Tatala 1.2Ja *. rt Ide4e III

Leveeere .peat EH Ivy,tkwtI 13e4Q 1e. d* >wrawaHearing 12 1tk %S


Patient burned __ 4 I 112I Jc.n. LaBda: __T U M 31iip 24-42 Shell Show in

LaBelle men charged with for Co-op SIU Grerialea 2IZ120uIIidIt. -. West Palm
see Bead

I It drainage officials by clothing fire The InVruatKoU SbeJ II I Ikr
1'oItW 21 uu 13I" Monday to a t9 'ftat gootaed the Pain B-.I
operating moonshine was reocfaeduled Cram last week t SIIeII Cwb.
still postponed Tuesday Xiw Stacie Smtt. C1e.besr Grp.L because of Ud- -,the'Ticn at Palm Cad rJlIIt lip!
tamed J"mQ'C .
Yana! _
2 I.
< dropped xyifakfr toOkeecbcbee $
DIe aS--7ec
prtSaaaary b.artapstbeduied tea her eiothml efire 17 Sauh: Dirway
Yam _
4 Z11a

I -r-LaBr."e --. Jack Dar rat. Ei: TEE OXWJSTCW SEWS Orrkkai. Fla JIIIiaa, :: .c wane Taasdry ba kCep beta. paw e terser>be warmed foe heteY beiieet CStimett: 1 bad irrriouriy SO-O.defeated Ovktcn the, tarry. West at trough PaJm Beach FebntM: a h
Sat Sa.e)6ia to
to. 24. aid Ba%* Bondry fir.S7. .. haraday. Fctrary' 27. 1M4BUDUFT paaed..to stew ft*detense toe Sort' *LaBcCe.: Sestet irtrfto I Btie 213B&1&tree firahsiaaft here by CIlIa pcrint Tic eIbh1. are opts hat I
have bw & I .
barged JQviototna > earlier to
the Masca.
1 to oaruVi mar fin*. eetcrd- pat U 1be Caene1.i'Sod :. teas[ &wdea aja. to U (ua AdnuunJ; I
anoaed at ,:S yap a.bcb bed sellanent' ra )L 1Iand 2 4 s i
a to C eGSades sad was belles by T DIe .aWeD: >f _4 4 g .
pIe varataaer brr.d beiaeiessied
cas aavcMBC BeejVeek .was B.iet
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2
Cray BJO Prsaeret
near tbe ChMC3.r BC beaux sneer fa m..pes. *. fnctteat, af fteaSer of _her pCicII&: ..s same Fyrru I I 2Jmes
boB was toJkm. dJrccOy bow QIds Gamy DCf .
SIIpw Otaperrttq fVBCSbe Skip More -
bW.q line la* Thursday fte .2 1 I Spend Lets
enemy tar both e noose s.d Laait DeAzs ar rzi9 mma takes
me be
l br BcadrrCOBBST
The cue fcM byes to Ac CIDIIUc.- Your Dollars
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wo -
Aafau Twit
EBJBjeutj _
ace 2< U$4
miIbIC tat ovtr fx .web. aeto Oaoeas.e..a.! tee m a,tile Dkbza w..s DsabIee I
cat- to die BeaifcT Cewnl Jbpal
oiedav Sbena! Coy! Luodyrf : Jew of lSunewonkl. Inc Dt.rrit3 .n.t Saairyr r Cewnsa abw ass Is bas[ Fie, Air A.. 1C It 20 U-TS Farther on Rea Express
Ofc
e i, 4a7. besar Cnuoiy atooct tile 244mstf rat tar- a .SUW art of aft ckarxvc a caOoB She: sQI aad wxcdd fte pap than eyaat MIl X.starred Hafts. .a rp tresses for. tent. Oewbtoa S U IS 1-M Phone YU 2-2141 For Pick np &Delivery Serrut

y aancaaaar bf Lundy be .ppr.rimaa.2y| > apt lie a, poC'adewa' .1aIo
Cadi A. lOt. slat r eibsrged abase was esapGed hma Jil 4ais > toe ac r e riser. 'nar.1 Gties and fair

b cabs bewse -.Giesr drama ad men poundS.p wee hwrd 11& the NqI8t.,a f.t S 1 S ''t''ff. S $ S $ $ $1'' i
J rent K7""":. J_ Adair.breot : Stale Saat91
Depatlmat
.Carl i a .ere groups are guests
i t d. isTzea447
rr! beast Jar is fte pomp apera-
DepatSmet ..abr..d Feat. A ID Ckevndet track tar tamed: to stet ft* poczp KIsbrn a< Sbe csy CBB- :
t kteeea tax dartoaB to was ells shad by the efficent dowse a Ilia awQriG missies. of CMctoB aad La- Redish Electric Co. LI
West Pam
Barb: WiITaYaremdwae4
ad djncton of
Badrr
Chop -S DiIIIIk&
atsweys
Oeriaiiagdy
said
VStoa: trey' atilt that Daris Toesdey. was peat bar pa Taos Candy. Fair aid livestock 116 South Bond
A'S.d Bas frota: the Fcrtbeveace Fl! aad Heedry w r. ea Phone YU 21601
KJIIIft a beat IriS at tbellacr* dIq Yard I tit 0-17 Jadee stow ad beta wises wen

J' Drwtt Ccenr: .*cffiee SaraaoU Ago sill Hew. }iii. peed[[! tlk yea. Jams Co Fbtshi.: If we piN west d. CJL Sscar Corpora- Offers These $ Saving Specials
Depeq ShrertS Bovard Tara lie of 1sA1/ band each. Stele'sattney Is IIr.it g. De ere wm be tea; at daw at be GevMca C

.t Jbn a- : Fns* Sckcok as a- IdIedaWst Caesar las oa Toecdar JoComeg eye 1-3-3 Single Mattress, reg. (49-95 Used 3-jr. old TVestinghons
t peeked to fete.. Cant rasa. far rf tbe 12O aaaoal fair.
The *** .Stm vat ata tocajah r &ait eul ehaA.a a deed hit riIIit trial Saga! at tile dams vert : Special only $19.95 Refrigerator 14 cu ft

*trf penrtarwic 125 t-3oBf r team aa-thin went. Bobby McDaniel. President aid )(n. H. T. SOex Irons only $ -93 150 Lb. freezer $149-95
M YawdtsLam.t
,,- trWe they last pius tax

Beards Senior play (tGafbsrd sea/ Fate 1)r Soaator aad.1M Hrt.pata Ewer: wee Fri Suet Toasters only $54)3) BebnDt] TVestingboas1st"

l Sacred Ccootry A Wes, E.0'1' UTTDT deed The )(cDwafeta day of Feet MTW. awl Jade telile they W' Washer
W rrfde-M aa tt .*i faa 6e Fair ptuwte >BaflnbyK es a ad Mn. Bjcktrd Staaby of x-00
InJCLU. 0JDZ2I! ke fte ka.ytin.TTw boys ae 1mmrJ<.ler rho we- bee Jar
.1e4es' culr-arr at next
1 JIOI.DUDCE itcacTC tb..is. Thursday ipWZMBQ aaVl'a- the Fair apeak*. 4 S S $ C Jf; $ 5 $ f 5 5 S TTT1

ur1 ed ki snalckBBC --. The two
Tie Seakr Gar of -
OrvfctoB -
I aids! boys r bled. 0. yomgar -
rf Bat wfejfccy veeUy. wtad E4 ![heel wm tip lock.comedy. eau .3 dad ad wiuIe
rasa a tax defraud ., ap-+ atoll: sell Li.ort.- a Treeaet beard am. ad bra: hwmNs.
7n.m..t. OB ttwrk X, 19(4. atMpJB. '
Did You Know? ant tod Sa( tbe tu. aad tar" 1 to ... Seegadad Alld her Matyanted beery eiremThry etayleaeede4 .- 281
ria L COMING FRIDAY
-a.s wsv labodjced hifflTaadar .. FEB.
The ash. lake yaoe r the alb y asst prier
You can get &je to DIe ml weaaker tort rodaBM cttoe at Pcmbnte to Ct. vpcaiac of the<< Dairy ,
week., for laatckT rat apradaulely H5fS SdI aL Conk WaocB stow to fie Uvotock Eiae.Tkm .
Bar-B-Q to GO! ( 1* day beaorc aiDe &3 Famrt. the itinVat eouarior. the bd ... off wtfh a
riT 4anf wtuck tune the retvaa tar the faS u podedd a( ..emimeatr7bdlbi P
cfificers tcmajBed: brad as r die !Dale to Cad mat fte Beard r
t% ( Joy tfa* Xadwa7:
.wear. .ter wai ( far tie of EdaealHB kaj decked to add Rides dead g hat BaaTteQM ASe.a Its ,
operaton: to beta tkeir! operate a woraaa eowesear, Jane Carder .- pcrteVBOcc a. Farm Famflr -
:::*. The 8MS IIIadr a iBrr Preatca)
110.bet to to die ctaO.
: of the Tear WM fane to be
rm." a* they went awpri d by Mr. Txrrra hates. waaca! SC- '
: Lcady sad 313 mto ...:Md ZaahiReBartwra( R3cfcy. waynwardaL L '
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: e 19"' OB DMa bdTC bea CJIWceI. the doouieeiine rrtorfpal aiw ftI
r : adds to Mr. "Wane* a** N. Dr. Hill heads

Phone YU 2-9322 ..'7Vt23-ra_ e acxd with a Mr Pteket (Jim Uoot mefy>. a1eM Mge. FOR
Iw4c oasdaae, a hew kaovB aa fte Supeoteaac Saaitary aar I u uewr
Cc !ae .. state r, _
Jtome riirw. Ird U.. groupDr. m-t'tl
taw Linda -=)---a; ; 4

Look what Apache added to campfngFAIB / Bnr deMiIIc ---. yPrafiter Warn! F. H32. Jr. dt
11 (IClenice Raters[ rector at the H Oaads. CEadespartaieati. -

aaftcBiatiea toctraetor. ffe &lidII7 cwmts Sari De-
.'*cijlulpmbiema' wiflk her was elected preaV-
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I .tAod rdl4+ ee.ee W- i.ansd.-,p MnH. Other see arm todod. HeaHk OtSem at a
[veere ee6re..urw.ka0d. ... ... ...... .
1 .-.4r..e-..a. r Larry Doedey (Larry Wi2uwaad > meeting held to Jaekianfffl*

...r..a,.., +aar.Maav Can Izzard IQirta EeBy. 1kls week
..i Apeier-MdMee..... two mixed lIP kids wilt a Ja& fill Ode effieen elected Jadad- COMFORT
flwLes__,... crobleBM; *.v DOB Duaey ell Dr. T. Pal tasty ot Beer CARAVANLEARN
larea.v- ItUt SUateaJ aDd Mary Loa aid county as president elect:
'--'- Prennaa (Cheryl te). two Dr. Otarles BrM&ey. attirtant
tally aloe atudeato who bit kV director of V lasa! county. Tie
off nJeety. lln. Donley (PhyDte preside slid Dr. WZU DeamLoweiy. ABOUT THE
Crouch) is a very rV nln< i1itfpenoaaUy. director ot FraakCacoooty LATEST IN

to say tba SeaL was elected secrrtarytreasorer. -
The Seniors are looting foe WHOLE-HOUSE
ward seetaf ym at tbe play. n* topic ftem of the meet- AIR CONDITIONING!

The admiMioei is 75c. fcr studeauf lag was feaeraL. pubOe health

pr| s. doOar to eduIb. aDd pob&e relation VISIT THE G-E COMFORT CARAVAN




WHOOPSI 1 We slipped .., Hendry County Fair and livestock Show


"' Our advertiem la
........a awe Ce srys5es.ex..ar_.. s.4 r-- price.' Here the correct deal: Interesting, informative displays

r-,.......IoPrwtiIk............" 4 Ik -- developments in demonstrate the latest
-... .A.1ndJr"-"o.d. the j-ar! conditioning field. Whether
FOR you
SALE
y.... .......... plan air
ryssdrearw.a.4..d.rwa/rM/1.wed r.......,c- to er1_ w ...a.IrM v J.uT3' conditioning now or later you owe it to

'DACff w- 2# loU ((125 feet) on Del Monte in heart of l lest get all the facts.

MINDED PEOPLE TIIIS YEAR ARE residential section. ADMISSION IS FREEIAKE

HEADING FOR TIlE BIG ONE; NEW TOBKI I 20 ft. alley at side for drirewaj. Everyone is invited)I.
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Bring
your family and f ends.
we. At yov APACHE: Make a date now 1 '
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EH. bi Camp-frond Boer- $2,700
toM rraJW. ).at a dart SEE YOU
elv.' frarn the FaJrcnwadi.. AT WE BIG G-E
CUB to or eel fcr Brocfeuread on term veil finance COMFORT CARAVAN
Dememttnrtcu. Ant how SPONSORED BY
T.,. eta vet yvor Camp Site
razz! J.
BEARDSLEY
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Hendry'County Aluminum Sales ,*r:EZCBXEKZS XJEJU. OXATX BEOKZBE.SiiarkndHwy. APPLIANCES

Clew toD. Fla. YU 3-2926! Ph. YU 2-7501 .
Sagar
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