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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 37 NUMBER IS CLEWBTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sea 45.l, PJt Subscription ".00 year


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f 4.'gar l council

Hospital Democratic Committee to




meets here FridayThe


speaking ralliesThe
East Central Florida Hospital Tropical Gardens as guests of sponsor
Council Is holding Its Mr and Mrs. C. J. Cornerman.
meeting: In Clewlston tomorrow The dewtston Country dub

and approximately 60 hospital has extended golfing privilege Hendry County Democratic precincts were Mr. and Mrs. Long. No. 10. members; and J.
r administrative persons are expected free to the Council membersand Executive Committee Gratton George, 1
precinct ;. R. Spratt and Mrs. June White
to be In attendance. guests during their visit. elected: A. O. Ward chairman Mrs. Blanche McCormick No. visitors,
Host administrator 1* Mr. The meeting will be held at and Mrs. Beryl Bowden vice: 2; Mrs. Sylvia Hill and John:
..-.. --.... _. Anna Mae Jones Hendry Gen the dewiiton Inn. chairman, and made plan for L. Hall No.3; Mr. Mildred
\EB LOOP GUESTS AND EMPLOYEES dance was held la the Agricultural Center for eral Hospital. political speaking rallies at a Feller, R. S. Dunaway; No 4;
"used !trough this serving line at the first those Invited to enjoy the festivities of the Several state pod national meeting Tuesday evening.! Mrs. Annie Nail Bill Adams
must employees bar-b-qne at the Moore harvest end wlebritlon.-STAFF PHOTO. leaden In the field. of hospital Wild hogs deer Meeting In the courthouse to No. 6; Mrs. Beryl Bowden Cv US ,SUGAR( CORP.
,
mn Sugar House Saturday. That night a administration are expected to fill the vacancy caused by the J. Loworn No. 7; Mrs.' Mamie
death of :the chairman Mrs. McCray, A. A. Thomas No. 1
be here and to take part In the ;
program erf the Council. released in area Jane W.lker..nd to make plans Mrs. Mary Markette No.. 9; HARVEST, ENDSUnited
for stimulating Interest In the Mrs. Sylvia Bowen. James

linemen Hospitality will be extended WEST PALM BEACH A 1964 elections the committee State Sugar CorporaUon -
Additional OK'dfor to the accompanying wives and total of 60 wild hogs and six chose Mrs. Doris Vaughn of completed Its 1WJ14 -
husbands In the form of tour north Florida deer were released Fort Denaud as committeewoman harvest season thai week
of the' Sugar House at Belle within the Everglades from Precinct No. 4. Chamber is nowa and plan are being madeto

Glade (which will still be grind. region by personnel of the Appointed to make local arrangements hold the.. harvest barbecue
log cane), and the Everglade Game and Fresh Water Fish for the speaking and dance on Saturday
( electric department Commission reported I* F. rallies were Mrs. Sylvia Hill corporation April 4th. In observance ofHoly
Readers Digest Gainey, manager Everglade and John L. Han. LaBelle; Week the festival; will
region. Mr. Mary Marietta and Grat- not be held this weekend.
ton George dewlston; and Th Incorporation of the Clew
e city Commission, keeping county. The Glade county representative ing a water line to the CJewlston pays for yarn "These two recent wildlife rteleases Mrs. Mamie McCray: and Amos Moo Chamber of Commercehas The Clewlston Sugar,
with the growth of dewi- was unable to aU Country Cub.Ordnance area portion of the Game A. Thomas. Harlem. Dates and been authorized by Secretary House groan*: Its fatal ear'
accepted delivery.of a new, tend but$ .to'expected to have' No. 136, relating to Milford B. Mlnton of dewU-: Management practices: now being other detail /will be announced of State Tom Adams. of "De" Sunday March
r line truck this week; 1* plans to submit with others in sewer service was read; and ton, Is the recent recipient of a carried on by the Commission later. 22nd. and Bryant Sugar.
in building a garage the group. the commission discussed technical $100 cheack: from the Reader's ," Galney said. Subscribing: to the charter are HOMO ground out on Tues
ged Digest for an anecdote: lubmte Attending from ,the various Moll L. Bishop, president Carroll .
letter It, and .to also CQGo.tin The nest: meeting of the Tri- changes: In previous actions : The 60 wild hogs were re- ; day. Mirch 24th. The harvest -
ted to the magazine's department L, Benson and Robert W.Kelly. .
to contract began on October 28th
stand and relating the
a concession County Committee will be in issued In the 740,000 acre Ever-
Held for water service with Savannah "Life in These United The Chamber will transfer when cutter went Into tile
room at !the soft ball Oewtaton on April 21. lades Wildlife Management
h will be ready for use be- onunendatkn of utilities commissioner Refining! Corporation to make States. Mr. Mlnton' contribution area, located: In West Dade and Two youths sent all of Its physical assets to field to start the first cane
lummer. ,Dan 'McCarthy authorized it effective for the EvergladesSugar appears In the April, issue. Drowned counties while the 6 the new corporation: and the legal ,toward the two faotorle.
of
he employment of two Refinery, the name of the FlorIda whitetail deer measures Incorporationwill
were released
then be Final figure for the current -
Monday night's regularJug linemen and Qewtstoo operation. in the Commission schools complete.
reform
experienced
one owned to
harvest
season are
the commission on ree- Voter's booksare Directors: recently voted toIncorporate
lineman electric J. W. Corbett. in Palm
for the
apprentice of area not available and will be
Salary Chief of Police: W. as a matter of legal
department. A. Whaley was Increased $25 Beach county. Two colored youths, 13 year protection: lor directors and announced when record of
After consultation with Luray to 1450 and of Officer Charles here tonight During the summer months old girl and a 16 year old boy members who might otherwise both Eastern and Western
ri-county group Land Co., which has the contract : McClelland increased 115 to the Commission will continue. to were sentenced: to State TrainIng be held responsible as individuals divisions are compiled.
release wild into Its
: for constructing the water 1350, and of Officer S. M. Price more hogs Schools following hearings for obligation of the chamber -
main to the city limits for conneotion adjusted. to 1350. I Voters' registration book Wildlife :Management Areas a* held by Judge Broward N. Parsons Itself.
nalizes plansC will be fa Clewlston again they become available Galney
wtih a main of the Everglades Mayor Tom Jones presidedat Monday at Juvenile CourtIn
tonight at the Chamber ofCommerce concluded.
Sugar Refinery, the
commission the meeting and Commission LaBelle.As .
Fry, chairman, presldt voted to extend this ers Sikes, Bembry and McCarthy office and all a second offense, (the girl
, the meeting of the Tri- contract to include construct were present. person* who can fulfill the Parcel post was charged /with: sex offense Six new homes begun
Recreation Committee requirement for voting and
ty absence from school being ungovernable I
are not already registered
afternoon, .
ewiston Tuesday rates and violation of pro.button.
i Lee and Hendry county mar relater after seven going up It was the boy's third
esentatlves presented the Fountain'grants .'clock. 1 Postmaster Bias reminded offense. and charge Included construction in March

es of their area for out- Joha U Ball supervisor t ..dents of Clewlston that an petit larceny: grand larceny.
recreation facilities .f MfUtraUon Is I bringing effective date of April 1 bus sex offense! violation of restrictions .
in Stretch director of neon the book .. Clewlston for been set for the new domestic truancy Injury to person Six new homes have been of $10,000', and Coastal Imperial 1
for the Central and motion to the convenience of person parcel post rate Increase failure to have vehicle under started In Clewlston cine the have started three new home
lern Florida Flood Controlct quash In this area Tuesday Wed- The parcel post Increase approved control being ungovernable first of the month, two of themIn this month. They are located: In
was on band to assist Mods and Thursday eve by the Interstate Com and violation of probation. 'the Del Monte ares. block: 429 and costs are estimated
oordina tint plans. Stretchthe nted. Local volunteer are merce Commission and averaging A third youth, aged 16, was Braddock Construction Company at $7,000 each. S
group that Director Judge James C. Fountain of and the Co-op is making extensive assisting with Ute typing *f 131 per cent-is expected charged with unlawful speed is building 116,000 home W. M. Acree Is building a t
rum of the state commie Glades county. Tuesday granteda alterations In their water registration cards. to yield about $75.4 million an- and this hearing being his second for Mr. and Mrs Manning Carter CBS residence on Iota 7 and
will arrange public hearf motion to quash charges discharge system which will nually. In Juvenile Court, wa* sentenced on lots 23-24: block 15, facing : EV4 lot 8, block: 431, facing El
his members In the vari- against Dlston Island Drainage prevent such a recurrence: of the Alter tonight the book Catalog rates will, be Increased to his license being with. Del Monte Avenue. The Paso Avenue at an estimated
areas of the .state similar District Chairman Frank Conk- situation. will not return to CtowUton 13 per cent and will held for a two-month period. CBS home will be M'P'xSO' In cost of $7,000.
>se conducted\>y the Game ling Superintendent Herbert The warrants. had been Issued and It will be necessary for produce added revenue of about Patrolman Ray Brown stated size plus a 16x20 garage On lot Other building permits. issued
Fresh Water Fish CommlaTriCounty Sealey and pumpman H. Hayes; due to a complaint by the State person who wish to registerto $24 million If 1962 volume Is that the boy bad been clocked 14 in the same block: Braddockis at city hall cover construction: :
Committee *ugd Glade County Sugar Cooperative Board of Health.Sheriff's. stake the trip to LaBell maintained.The doing 70 miles per hour late building a brick veneer home, of 'an addition to the residence:
a May 13 meeting in president Roger Weeks and higher rates do not affect at night; the legal cpeed for the at an estimated COlt of $14.600. of Frank Ehrlkh and movingand
Myers and this request min manager Luis DeArmas air parcel post or International time 55 miles per hour. This home will be 4T'x54'S" In repairing a residence from
* forwarded to Tallahassee for polluting! the water In the parcel post. Present also at-ihe hearings size, plus a 16'x20' garage. Townslte to the airport road
pea it can be worked Into Caloosahatchee River. JuniorMembers Posse rides againthe' To Illustrate the effect of the were the chlldrens parents and K. D. Wilde i Ja building near the golf course; enclosinga

ichedule. The motion ,was granted new rate. here Mr. Slat noted Juvenile Counselor Dr. James 70'x24': apartment on lot 35/152 carport at the T. W. Wynn
, county was represented technicality of the warrants that a six-pound parcel which Wright.! ; Concordla, it an estimated cost home on East Ventura Avenue.
on a of the Hendry County Conic Nitka parade and
toward Banta and Kenneth led the charge were is the average weight-for local
other events.
'l]> and their wives. P. M. Drainage Junior Sheriffs. Posse have area delivery will cost 37e instead
the
made against In the relay team ithe Hendry
dom of LaBelle and Fry District instead of the Sugar used their experience gained County Junior Posse won the of 32c.Bridge .

wiston represented Hendry Coop a* they should from many riding session In first race and lost to the Fort

' have been. the parade of Hendry County Myers posse In the final Don bidopening
'ord addresses Is whether or Fair and >the\ Chat Nitka Celebration Cross Ronnie Keel Jerry and
It questionable
retied In each Instance this' Raleigh Sapp took part
:iwanis Club not the charge will be unit of young boy and girls on Others making the trip to
a s the grinding se&4OI1Ja over bar...''hat attracted favorable Club Nltka were Lawson and March 31

v H. H. Ford, pastor of comment.Mr. Crawlord Cross, John Duess
Community Presbyterian. and Mrs. Thermon O"Ban- Vickie end Debbie Topham. Fort Denaud Bridge bids wulbo
'h was guest speaker at 4-H Council non and Mrs. Thelma Cross Chris Henley, Jerry Howard. opened by the State Reed
Wednesday luncheon meet- accompanied the Posse to Henry and Susan Maddox- and Department on March 31, according
" the Clewlston Kiwanis Moore Haven' last weekend for Steve O'Bannoo. to Information receivedby l

h holds electionThe County Commissioner ILl) S. 2/ti
.a a club custom to have Parkinson. The bids win be Jar
uusterial speaker on the a Installation only; agreement fj
"eting before Easter. Rev. council members of the 1 for purchase of the bridge was # rte,
poke on "Why Are Wand seven 4-H Clubs In Hendry county completed several months 1&00'Co&
" the need for us as met Friday county ,agent's r rwSr.x H. R. Parfltt district engineer
'dual to spend a lifetime office night to tIed yq. 4 d Corp of Engineers\ has
dying! God and praising officer for the coming: year. d.. n issued a notice concerning the
Elected were DooDle Morgan minimum criteria with respectto
' speaker was Introduced dewiaton, president t: Pamela horizontal and vertical clearance
*, L. M. Weetman pro Williamson! LaBelle vice president for fixed bridge over w
' chairman. 8. H. Stalls ; Carol Dyess. LaBelle the Okeechobee Waterway.He ;
ded at the meeting In the secretary-treasurer and Nancy ald "after careful consideration
ICt <* President. Claud AJbrKton LaBelle. reporter. of an the data developed :
'III. Delegates to the district council including the reasonable '
meeting at Camp Cloverleaf on Deed of navigation and of 5- 5-- a i..hYhdhf i 5-
April 10, 11 are Pamela Wflttamson. atlas 4r vehicular traffic, the Chief of
:ach your children Card Dyes Donnl Engineer hat established minimum ;JACK TRATLOK. PROBATION SVFESVISOE FOB he expressed appreciation for
Morgan and Wilbur Rennolds. clearances standards for GLADES AND HENDKY COUNTIES discusses the work of the office: and for the coopera
Plan,were mad for the annual all future bridge over th* the new *ffl with (left to right) E.y. W. KasscD. member! W tion of the representatives of
traffic safety e- I Awards Dinner! at Okeechobee waterway a* M- the Florida Probation and Parole Commission, and County Glades and Hendry county who
which the outstanding 4-H mem- lows: Judge James C. Fountain and Sheriff Roy. Loady of (Glade supported t h* commission'
'ben for the year ere honored. Horizontal.- feet between county. It was the first visit W a Probation and Parol. Com.mlMkmer budget! in the 1963 legislature!
Other members attending fenders normal to the.axis of fe the MWflee..-*TAFF PHOTO. making possible an office and '
were Karen Morgan Gary At the canal. supervisor for the two counties.

br!ten, Gary Lewis. Marsha Verttcal-M feet above.mean, Mr. Russell conferred with 'j
WiDUmson. Steve Sector and high water. ... Judge Fountain,, who recently !
1 Carl: Willis. "Specific:: j Approval of each Parole commissionervisits referred several case to proposed bridge\ will tH! be required local: supervisor Jack Traylor,
and the above stated for provenience: investigation.
criteria will govern unless there : 'Many persons, though use of
c Graduation speakers are circumstances: which dictate new office this form of investigation have'
an exception In a particular been deterred from becoming
The rest graduation of Florida .... A replacement bridge:at Involved In more serious crime:
la Presbyterian College will beheld Fort. Demand with horizontal Commissioner Roy w. Russell for a conference by County and have been able to assist in
June '1 with John Peter- clearance of 100 feet wa recently of the Florida Probation ;,'and Judge James C Fountain and their own rebabilltatton while
eon Elder. dean of the Harvard approved a* aa exception Parole Commission paid hit Sheriff Roy Lundy. of Glades supporting themselves assisting
Graduate School of Arts and to the established criteria first visit to the Hendry-GIsdes county. their families and thus reducing
Science e* speaker. Some Is.IORJdeDta. because of extenuating circum county office of that agency Mr. RusteD was pleased with ,welfare support which wood
.wD1 receive degree In stances" last week. Th newly renovated the new facilities: tat the commission otherwise be needed. .
this first class of the new'col- aALEJGB SAFE. member K the.. Beedr7 County: Junior Tbe Okeechobee Waterway and refurnished office Is located which was provided by Mr. Russell had completed a '
ty of Clewiston leg at St Petersburg. Dr. Sheriffs Pass pose* with the eatflf. staadard .rler to ape Association, which protested the on the second floor of the Glade the people), and commissioner of speaking engagement' In West
Donald] O. Muter president of ., the unit m. the.. 'recent parades. Th boys and Fort Denaud bridge permit, County Courthouse where Supervisor Glades county. Speaking la behalf Palm Beach and wa enroute
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary earanee girl have been we -ncelY" m their sp.earan ** n this sought a M foot horizontal and Jack Traylor. and Commissioner of Francis Bridge' Jr., to Interview prisoner at the
Pike< Department win give the baccalaureate their first .eases.-START PHOTO. 61 foot vertical clearance. Russell_ were Joined chairman and Raymond Marsh, Citrus Center Road Camp.
sermon on May 31.-
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Pig Two THE LEWISTON NEWS Clewiston. Fla. Mrs. R. A Cecil is
Thursday, March 26. 1964t4 Easter Sunrise Service

E.C.W. speaker

Easter holidays at college Mrs c. R. Berner presidedat !
the regular monthly meeting Herbert Hoover Dike 6:00: a.m.
of Episcopal Churchwomen of

bring students home for visit St evening Martin's In the Church Parish House.Tuesday Sponsored by Ii May your Fad,

Mr*. R. A. Cecil was guest .: ": 1j11j;=4. dewlston Ministerial Association be a
Easter weekend brings long Huntington in Montgomery 1/ blessed
a College speaker She gave a very Instructive / i iINGRAM'S one
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holiday to students, and many : Ala. for the holidaysas : and interesting talk: :
1, of dewlston college and university !- is their older brother, Benny, on the history of missionarywork Th. Preparation for Worship
,: students will be home who attends graduate school In In Barbados, West Indies
1c for a short respite from studies Philadelphia.] Co-hosteisc Mrs Warren, The Call lo WorshipA

,1*; Others elsewhere will Join or friends a stay for at visits the The W E. Bolton family circle Howell served and coffee Mrs Arthur and dices.Johnson Hymn of f Praise: "Crown Him With Many Crowns"" Dlademata AMERICAN SERVlQW
will be complete with the returnof
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d beach, and tome under tr1mestt.
their The Invocation .
Miss
daughters Nancy
ter or other systems have their
spring holidays at other times. who Is at bead Fort Lauderdale'a of the art department Nova Birthday Greetings The Responsive Reading 1 Corinthians 15:20-23.; 45-49; 5658An
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: Among the familiar faces High School, and Miss! Cynthia, Anthem: Open The Gate of The Temple" Sugarland Singers
; a student 'at Barry College, (If you are 18 or over, we invite
: seen in Clewiston are David Miami. you to list your birthday In The Reading of The Holy ScriptureThe
I Prewitt, whose short holiday our birthday book. There U no
Easter Morning PrayerAn
]y ended with Ms return to Auburn Miss Artls Lawrence is bring charge This is one of our pleasures. .
University Sunday Jerry Pre- ing a friend from the University and 'we hope you' 'will par. Anthem: "Alleluia, Christ is Risen" Sugarland Singers

t watt however, is home from of Miami. Miss Call Russell ticlpate. If you live In Clewls- The Message of Easter Morning
ton, please list ;your birthdayfor
of Venezuela, and Miss Sally *
\ SchIck has a guest also Miss our records Phone YU A Hymn of f Joy: "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today, Alleluia" Easter Hymn
3-1201, or drop It In the mail, '
Jackie Monroe of Fredericks-: or through the slot in our office The Benediction at E iS' ERTI

\ .,: burr Va. :Both girls attend door), The Postlude
Averett College at Danville, Va. (March 26 Mrs. Nora Lee
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:j H. D. Schick and Miss Susan -
March 27-Grace:: Bestor.
Schick drove up for the girls March 20-A. O Ward Need ride to
(I this week. March 30-Fay Atwtll, Eunice a Once more we extend the
Cothern, M. L. Williams, Mrs Greetings!
Miss Joroe-Jonee hes returnedto Sunrise Service?
Karl Malston
Florida Southern College at Easter time to our friends May
$ Lakeland after an earlleMhan.Easter March 31-Marie Schanberg' A Joyous Anyone who wishes transportatton -
J JJj spring vacation with Fred W. Orris. Joe Leavltt to the Easter Easter be a joyous one.Jones' ,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. April 1-Roland R. Weaver, \\i Sunrise Service will find a
f H. Jones Jr. Misses Linda W. R. Broadiick. Easter ear waiting for them at
i Geiger and Martha Shows, who April 2-Arlene Stewart,O. G. their era chnreh at S:45
attend Troy State College, in Suggs, Mary Alice Diets Steve To Easter moraine. The "Bide
Troy; Ala. were also at home Johnson, Harold Adams. all our friends te Sunrise Service" is a Texaco Service
: for last weekend and will not project of the Clewl tea
return for Easter. Key dub. .
NEW SCIENCE SCHOOL I
Members win then return
'1' I Mis Judy Bembry will be at The nation's first School of their back to.
passengers
I borne from Louisiana State Environment and Planetary
DAVIDSON'S DRY CLEANERSMay &their pickup point foOowbr
University; at Baton Hoop Sciences will be established at
!the services.
Miss Georgia Weeman to at the University of Miami tills
rsG G May yourEASTER home from !the graduate. school tall with Dr. S. Fred Singer,
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at Ohio State University; and pace physicist and present director ,
I"" her brother, Bob Weetman from of the National Weather PresbyterianEaster
the College of Medicine of the Satellite Center of the U. S.
University of Cincinnati!, another Weather Bureau in Washington,
brother, Jim, is here from as Its chief. ServicesThere
Florida Presbyterian College at
will be a Good Friday
..4J St. Petersburg. Don Gidden SLOW ME DOWN, LORD! a
Communion
service at !the
be a blessed one and family of Miami where be
"Slow me down. Lord!" Community Presbyterian Church:
attends the College of Medicineof the
University; of Miami will be Eaee the pounding of my' heart joy at S o'clock: Friday evening
by quieting of mind 'when the pastor, Rev. Henry
my
A Joyous here with his parent, Mr. and
Mrs. Claud Gidden Steady' my hurried pace of Easter Howell Ford will preach the
With a vision of the eternal seventh in a series of sermons
.; 'Jack Brandon win be at home reach of time "The Program of Jesus" The
: EASTER from the University; of South Give me, amidst the confusion w > surround you topic of the sermon will be "To May each of be renewed inspirit ti
Carolina at Columbia. of soy day Purchase Our Salvation on the you
The calmness of the everlasting and Crow."
Miss Lyn Vaughn of Rollins! your loved Mrs. Thomas B. Owens will
hitts.Break
of Easter and share in the i info
College, Winter Park, will be ;
be soloist and the choir, under
t all friends
to our here for Easter with her ones throughout
parents With the soothing music of the : the direction of J. E. Beardsley.
) Mr. and Mrs. H. T. singing streams will sing "Help Us To Pray"and joy of this,glorious season.
Vaughn. Miss Sally Jepson will That live in my memory. i the year. "Plead lor Me", both from
return from High Point College, The Crucifixion,"
,: Help me to know the magical by Stainer.
N. C. to visit her parents Mr.
The
of morning worship serviceon
restoring power sleep
and Mr. George Jepson.] Teach me the art of taking Sunday will include the Pridgen Cities ServiceWe
JOHNSON University of Florida .students minute vacations of slowing 1)1); eighth\ sermon on) "The Program 1
,. who will be at home for Easterare down of Jesus," "To Give Life
';'f ,. i Michael Durrence, "Chuck" To took at a flower; Bembry Rambler MotorsThe by tha Resurrection." The senior
Wells, Jr., Bill DeLozler and To chat with an old friend, or choir will sing "0 Morn of
,:; FISH CAMP Linda Walker. make a new oriel: Beauty", by Sibelius,_ and .
To pat a stray dog! to wtach a "Christ Is Risen" an arrangement
Miss Judy Vann. Miss Marian spider build a web, of Beethoven's Fifth Sym.
,: Tokleda and Miss Jeanette To smile at. a child, or to read phony. The Youth Choir, under
Francis 'will be home from the frail a good book. direction of Mrs. Abner Vann
Stetson University; at DeLand. Remind me each day will sing "Christ The Lord. la
( That there is more to life than' Risen Today" by Charles Wesley .
Increasing its speed C
Let me look upward Into thetowering W 1

And know that. oak It grew great and glorious wordsof Adult Bible
I :1I II strong .
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: Because well.it grew slowly and EASTER studies continue

Contributed. "HE IS RISENI"i' Tnt Book of Leviticus is being
studied at the Assembly of God

it. : bring new life evenings Fellowship at Hall 7:30.: Pastor on Thursday James '

to all Klmbrel is teaching direct from pause, at. this'Holy Season, top
men the BIble. Each person to urged
to bring his Bible!.
:for the study
for all time seuioo. with you in remembering the Word

The course' is designed to

May they express joy in your heart this last.for Read one chapters hour at SolO each of sesatoa. LeovI.tIeua the Risen Lord' -in counting our Wings

.I ; On? this Easter let us, pray that we may happy season.., session this and 'week.be ready The for studies the :

,4 find and glorify Him who was crucified are noo-denomlna tonal and nonsectarian and in adding our prayers forphRedish

that we might live even after death. in nature.Sugarland -


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\ The most glorious news
EASTERWe story ever ,written HApPY INGS
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"I Greetings to all our many friends and "Christ, the l' Lord, baa He Is 'Risen! .

loyal customers risen today. .
Joys
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.. May your Easter be filled with. ,happi-r AHelualiar The peace and blessings of Edunite

J'J'i' i i : ness Let na glorify Him and May we ever rejoice in their true meaning! all Christianity t in praise and |

find peace in His word.
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ri ship of the risen Lord.Maizina's .


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Assembly of God tempting to reduce to writingthe
If Christ be not raised. Notable pavilions at Fair unwritten language of IS
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Easter Services countries, in order to translatea
Bible and be able to teach the
By LEWIS LLEWELLYN Special Easter services are will represent religious groups tribal people to read the Book
"Now to be conduoted In their own language and to be
t Is Christ risen from the dead and become the at the Clewiston
i first.fruits of them that Assembly of Cod Sunday. The The opening of the World's The Bible translators pavilion able to read and write to broaden

slept"I I Corinthians 15:20.: children will take part In the Fair Is Imminent, and many will show how workers are at their lives. ,
Sunday School opening exercises pages of type and picture: have
at 10 a.m, and the Easter given enticing glimpses of what
The greatest week in human history was the week In lesson will be taught in each visitors may expect. One of the Clewiston, Fla THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three
which Christ died and rose again. Other great events fade class. lest publicized: features, however Thursday, March 26, 1964
into relative insignificance beside this supreme occasion. At 11 a.m. the Assembly are the religious pavilions

The battle of Waterloo, in which the Emperor Napoleonwas Choir, under the direction of which have been scattered

defeated, was a turning point in history. In our own Mrs. Lewis Kelly will presentthe throughout the area.
story of Easter In a musical has separate section HE AROSE
land, the battle of Gettysburg was the turning point in the Religion no
War Between the States. setting. Mri. Gilbert Stiles and of Us own; the choice of
Dennis Postell are to serve as scattering the various pavilions The Importance of Easter lies In the fact that Chrlif ross
Clay the blessings of this day bring you But the battle of Calvary and the triumph of the resur- narrators. was made deliberately In an
aith in the goodness of life; rection tower above these events In the magnitude of their Pastor James Klmbrel will effort to provide opportunity for triumphantly from the tomb. By accepting Christ, we, too,

Importance. preach the message of Easter rest Inspiration! and reflectionin have victory over death

for the future; and Charity for all Paul says it in these words: "If Christ be not raised, morning and will use Matthew the midst of what may well
ape 28.7: as his text. "The ". I ffie and the Met he befteveth
your faith Is vain. Ye are yet in your sins." Christ of be a rapid series of spectacular 0 am resurrection, that In

ankind. Only a risen, victorious Christ Is able to save His people Cross"the Open will Tomp be Us and the Empty Impressions. me, though fa were dead yet shall fie //ire." John Ili23 1
subject Among them will be these:
from their sins. And if be
we cannot saved from our
sins, who The children will have their The Protestant and Orthodox Community Presbyterian Church
we believe in Christ
of all
are men most to be
annual Center The Vatican Pavilion! ;
Easter egg hunt at 3 p,m. ; 407 Royal Palm Avenue
J. E.
Beardsleyreal pitied.But at the city park. the Billy Graham Pavilion; the
HENRY IIORRELL FORD. Minister
Christ has risen from the dead. The who Pavilion the
men Christian Science ;
The evening! 9:45 A.M. Bible School8:00 P.M. Youth Fellowship
knew Him best evangelistic service : :
testified to His resurrection and their Mormon Pavilion the Wycllffe
gave ;
11:00 A.M.
estate broker lives begins at 7:30.: The choir : Worship
rather than deny It Bible translators' "Two Thousand -
will
sing some of the old hymnsof
The religious! leaders who schemed to have Jesus put ,the church. Tribes" building and the SERMON SUBJECT
Perhaps
to death went back to Pilate after His dead body had been hymn will be sung yourfavorite ; Sermons from Science building.In 'To Give Life by the Resurrection"No.

taken from the cross, asking that a special guard be placedat you are invited ,to enjoy these the International section of 8-"The Program of Jesus"
His tomb. services for the whole family. the lair the Vatican Pavilion
Pilate said, "Ye have a guard Go your way. Make will hold one of the great sculptures
which
of all (Ume-one
it "
as sure as
ye can.
Easter sunriseat has never before left Italy.! It
But it was futile to guard the Lord's
body. .U Michelangelo's Pieta, portraying '
"Death could not keep his prey Singing TowerThe the crucified Jesus In rr'
Jesus,
Saviorl
my the arms of his mother. It is
He tore the bars away Bok Singing Tower In one of the art treasures of the
Jesus, my Lordl" Lake Wales 'will open its gatesat world.

be Because of His resurrection, we worship a living Christ 4:45 a.m. Easter morning for In Protestant and Orthodox
Mayyour'EASTER Blessedat not a dead Christ! the annual Sunrise Service Pavilion will be the "Charred

Because of His resurrection, "He ever liveth to make in- which starts *t 6:00 a.m. and Crois" made from oak beamsof
tercession for us." lasts one hour. There win be an the burned roof of the great

Because He lives, He can say, "Behold I stand at the extra carillon recital at noon Cathedral of St. Michael of
door and knock. If any man hear My voice, I will .aa well as the usual one at 1 Coventry which was bombed In
in the Word of God come
you may glory In to him and will sup with him and he with Me." p.m.The Great Masterpiece will World War II. The cores standsas
a symbol and 'memorial of
and receive His blessings is our sincere forgiveness. Its normal location:
Is in the sanctuary of the ruinsat .

wish for you, our friends, at this Glorious the new Coventry Cathedralin

i England.The This is sincere wish
our ;
Easter Season. Clewiston Church Directory Billy Graham pavilionwill

chow a minute evangelistic That the Joys of the Easter season be
film "Man In the Fifth! Dimension
," narrated by the evangelist
First Bank of Clewiston1lfd CHCIOI OF JESCS CHWS1 r FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN every hour. :Mr. Graham yours now and throughout the years

Hooker Point Its E. Ventura .... 407 Reyal Palm Avenue also will appear personally r
Paul Strickland. Pastor Rev. Leon!, M. Gabmrell, Henry H. Ford, Minister! at various times in the airconditioned Kelly Tractor Co.
10:00 a.m.-Sunday School. Interim Pastor 1:43 a.m.-Sunday SchooL theater which teats 400
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship. '::45 a.m.-Sunday School. Uoo.a.m.-J40rnlD.: Worship. persons. ,

Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 11:00 a.m.-,Nuriery la the Parish .
1:00 p.m.-Pra'er Meeting.: 6:43: p.m Training Utica House. r
Saturday: 6.00: pm.-EveAIDC Service.. 6:00 p.m.-Westminster Fellow. be opened at 7:00: a.m. and
7:00 p.m.-Youth Meeting. Wednesday: ship. serve free continental breakfasts
to their early visitor
7:00: p.m.-Of11 and Teachers Wednesday:
of D Vinci's
The presentations
COMMUNITY rENTBCOCTAl Meeting. 7:30
pm.-cho1r Practice. and of be
toms
"Lait Supper"
HOLINESS CHUtCn 1.00: fjn Midweek Prayer"
gardens start at 7:30: and continue
South t.lewlaieaRev. Service. J1
i .). R. Taylor Pastor 5:45p: .-Choir Practice. ST. MARGARETS CHURCH every' 30 minutes until

,;; 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 1:00:: Rev.a.m.-Larkin Sunday Connolly Mass.; C.OO:The pjn.Black Jima Passion Hay
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 7:00 1I.m.-SuDday Mau. will be presented in a twilight JOYOUSiEflsray
7:45 p.m.-Sundiy EvangelisticService. I 331 vT.Osoeela Arenas performance, starting at 1.00:
Rev. David Denslow, Pastor 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass oPt iictrids
7:00 o'clock, as It does each Sunday ottk.
a.m.-First Friday Mais.t:00 .
Wednesday: (::4S a.m.-Church School. until April 19th.
7:43: p.m.-Prayer Service. 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service. : p.m.-First Wednesday
Friday: 6:00: p.nu-Methodlit Youth each month. Catholic
7:43 p.m.-Youth Service. Fellowship. Ladle"Altar Society. Juniors attend

7:30 Evening Study. .
NOKTHSIDE MTSSIONAiT ThursdaYI: Saturday:
BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.ou-Choir Prictlce. t:30: a.m.-Religious Instruc Passion PlayA

Francisco Street .. tion.CHURCH .
304 N. : number of youths and The Glory and Spirit of
Bro. Chester Johnson ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH
May the Glory of the Resurrection bringto Interim Pastor (EplMepal) OF CHRIST dulls from the Junior Department .
of the First Baptist
1:43: a.m.-Sunday School. 27 N. ratine 306 Sooth Central ...... Church attended toe Passion EASTER
11.00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Rev. dark B. Dot-man Vicar
Earl Arnold, Minister
and
the In Lake Wales Saturday
you joy Play
yours greatest: peace, 6.30: p.m.-ETC. Sunday Services: Sunday: evening.

7:30: p.m.-Evening: Worship. 7:30: aJD/ Early Eucharist 10:00: a.m.-Blble School. Th made the trip in
group May the remembrance of the
and eternal blessings. Wednesday: 10:30: e.m/-Family Service and 11:00: a.m.-Worship. automobiles and took a picnic resurrection -
7:30 p.m.-Prs1tr Service. Church School.
:
7:00: p.m. Worship. upper 'which was enjoyed a
Saints and Holy Day as announced. Wednesday: park at Lake Wales. bring you peace.
CHOICE 01' GOD .
7:30: p.m.-Sfldweek devotions On the trip were the following
ZU Sooth Facile Arcane Confessions by appointment and Bible Study. adults: A. IL King superia.terde.t .
Rev. Joe Coleman Giddens Furniture Co.
of the department; Mr. .
Hollingsworth Shoes 10:00: .jn.-Sunday School. HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs. Maxwell Downs, Mr. i
11:00: a.nt Morning Service. Highway 72*I I.1ttY. CHURCH or JESUS CHRIST' and Mrs. Percy SUcor,, :Mr. and Claud and Grace Giddens
7:30 -Evening: \ Worship. ..' Pastor APOSTOLIC FAITH
: p.m. Vie Tuner Mrs. Leon Sod !, and :Mr. and
Wednesday: ':45 ajJt=Sunday School. Seat Oewtstea Mrs. James Brannoa and their
7:30 P.BU Prayer Service :11:00: ..nx Morning Worship. Bra. Luther Dixon. Pastor guest Mrs. J. D. dark and 17
Friday: .6:43: >>> m,-'Training Union. 10:00: a.nv-Sunday SchooL members of the department
7:30: p.m. -Youilg maplesdesvice En, 6:00: p.m.-Evening!: 'Worihlp.'Wednesday 11:00 a.n -Preaching.
: Tuesday:
'8.00: P.BU-Praytrf Meeting.CLEWISTON 7:30: p.nv-Prayer Meeting.
mST' CHllSnAX' CHTJXC0Nertt I Friday:

.Bacarbad. AadttortamB. 7:30: p.m. -Young People'!
.
J. Goodrich Minister! ASSEMBLY OF Meeting.

e 10:00: a.m.-Blble School. GOD
11:00 a.m.-Communion and 21$ South FrasMdsee Street
JO.OUS FASTER Worship/ ) Service. James F. Klmbrel. Pastor CALVARY. BAPTIST' CHURCH e
and Sunday Sooth ClewMoBRev.
7:30 -Communion
: p.m.
Worship Service. 10:00: (.m.-Sunday School Herb Hlgdoo Pastor
A TO YOU Wednesday: 11:00 a.nu-Moralng Worihlp. 9.43: a.m.-Sunday School.
11:00: a.nu Children's Church. 11.00 a.m- Worihlp Service.
Study.
,? and your 7:30: p.m.-B1ble 7:30: P.DL;..Evangelistic Service 7:00: P.BW Baptist Training
Union.
JEHOVAH WITNESSES' Wednesday:
LOVED ONESMay Kingdom HaU-417 W. E1 Paso 7:43 p.m.-Christ's Ambassadors. 8.00: p.nv-Worship Service.
/ 1
R. Osborn Tuesday: \
_ir.._ >1-M Sunday Wafebtower Study Thursday: 8:00: p.fiL--Brotherhood.
4.13 7:30 p.mPrayer and Bible Wednesday: t
: p.rn.TueIda1
7:30 Hour of
p.nu Prayer.
Bible Study 8.00: p.m. Study.
Thursday Ministry School 7:30: Friday: Thursday:
you each be renewed during this tOO: p.m. Royal Rangers for ':00 p.m.-Choir Practice.
p.m.Service Meeting 8:30 pjn. Boys. Easter brings us a prayerful renewal of .

glorious season with the message of that God's promise-

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by the legislature (Stanto D. of all electrical: appliances, out* QOUET
Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS C1ewls\\ Fla. Satw"'ial. Tic:? were c:.!Vd to Vaughn recently underwent surgery Student loan Hanson is chairman) and this lets and cords for break and TU OfIANUARl8ALQ!

Thursday, March 26, 1964 duty .i members of the Pattvi! and la reported a* recuperating with Thomas D. Bailey, fray If they are worn at defective
Auxiliary to assist In handling: wU. funds allotted state group superintendent has work roplac them to avoid
traffic. in the vicinity. Information painful hock Mr. and Mrs! Joe Billiard had ed out the allocations:
the
his mother
accompanied on Fund to provide tuition and eeiVed drtcigaret .
out, and returned Friday, Richard B. Owen of Miami as their gur-t for he weekend, may be obtained from Jon Chimneys, beater and ktoves a check f
trip colleges -
fees at Florida
t47gt
Mrs Redish was given a clean visited hit mother. Mrs. W. C. Mss Kathy Comfort of the UnU/ registration L. Stapleton, State Dept of should be Inspected: and cleaned tal OIl p
student are
for qualified during
weekend. of Miami Education, Tallahassee out. Repair or replace any the r
bill of health at the clinic. Owen, Sr., over the verity of II1cnIll !Il
action
available under Richard
now worn part, and rebuild detective B. Keatlnc. lys
\ I Mrs Irene Pith and daughter Mr, and Mrs. Dan Vlnco of Mrs R. M. Bishop has return the 1963 legislature, and have flues and chimney which Bevefale ph",, l
; Sassy, of Tampa and Mrs. Pompano, Fla, and Hoopstoc. ed from a visit with her sisters! been allotted a* follow: Boys In Service Since the stairway aDd halls handle. tile ta.

O L. Morgan of Ruskin were, m.. spent the weekend. visiting in Gainesville. University of Florida 145000, are potentially dangerous areu, that there WII IS8I,7I1.I,
Orville Ross Egnew Florida State University and PENSACOLA, Fla. (FHTNC) that small looted, of ,
:P RSONAt$" I visitors wltt) Mr and Mrs 1>1'. Russell Thunderburk of see rugs are well Wbch! 11
Mr of Miami $36000 Marine Second Lieutenant floor to goes into
Morgan last weekend, Woodcock Truss! University anchored to the prevent the !
Mr and Mrs. Lucius Ohio was the weekend sak'p
Mr. Morgan' each University of South Flort James W. Nail son of Mr. and {all ha s. In5
I O L. Morgan is of Glennvfflc. Ga., arrived guest of Mr. and Mrs Jack : slips or Keep object such
; ; remained for da, $20250, University of Orlando Mr. Ruder E. Nail, Jr. of 200 boxes from
Mr. and Mrs Hugh E. Win- mother and a Tuesday for a visit with Mr. Scott. He Is Mrs Scott broth dew. a* toy or! clutteringentrances
1 s gard of Fort Myers recently longer visit. and Mrs Foy Durrenc: er-in-law. and Florida A&M Cols East Sugarland Highway, or hallways --....
', visited his grandmother, Mrs lege, $13.750 each, Stetson Viol Iston, Fla.,reported March 2 for .
i Eula ONe l. Mr Wlngard has Mr. Conally NaIl and Mrs. Miss Gan Russell of Venezuela 'Dr J. W. Ezelle attended a versity and Florida Atlantic Pre-night School at the Naval Remember: says Petto, inspection Glades Rooina!

I { recently returned to civilian Glade Stall of Moore Haven a student at the University dental convention in Atlanta for University, $13,500 each; Florida Air $tstlon. Fensacola, Fla. "plm correction,equals. AH -, ., Let
life after' two year of military visited! Mr. and Mrs Horace of Miami, is the guest of her several days during which: Mrs.Eielle Southern College Jacksonville Graduation from the school protection. Sheet Meet1a! ,III
c i service: in Germany Harris In Belle Glade Sunday college mate. Miss Arts Law visited Mrs Bonnie Craw. University and Palm will mark an Important first New Con.in.iJ*

afternoon.Mr rence, in dewiston for the lord In West Palm Beach. :Beach Junior College, $11250 Step in hit gaining designationas Sugarland Repair Jot f
Pharmacy "
Among the local residents attending and Mr*. Abner Vann Easter holiday. each. University of Tampa, a naval aviator. I
E: the races In Sebrlng Mrs R. M. Hare, $r., bat re- Bethune-Cookman College, Florida Phone 2.7111
Saturday were Dave Pattlson, were West Palm Beach visitor James F. Harris, U. S. Navy, turned from Atlanta where she Presbyterian College and Pensacola, presently celebrating : PIZZA Day or Eredpp. .
Ronnie Lee Dr H. W Shupe, Saturday is home on leave after a tour went to visit a brother, L. F Edward Waters College $9000each Its Golden Anniversary, Is P. O Box say
'
"I 1 Jay Ray Jones: Paul Bowden, Mrs. Pat Pattlson ft Venice of duty in New Jersey. He is Renfroe, who is Ills Barry College Florida the hub of a vast Naval Air CIEWBTON .
nj
C Raymond Yon, Ross LaByer, and Mrs Hazel Forrest of New being transferred to the Naval Dr. and Mrs c; B. Ellsworth Memorial College, Rollins College Training Command, where the YU 2-3311

:, Ernie Winn, Johnny Turner and Castle, Pa., are visiting Mr Air Station In Jacksonville and Dr. and Mrs A. O Tradien- $3.600 each: Edison Junior Navy, Marine Corps and Coast
Freddie LaByer.t and Mrs. Dave Pattison. College, $3150, and Florida Guard aviators begin flight a
; Mr. and Mrs Claud Giddens Ick of Johnstown, Pa.. were
t : Peter McIntyre; of the University Mr and Mrs S. H. Stalls have as their guest for a month guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roes College $1800. (Note: All Junl- training New Location
of Chicago is spending! the spent Friday In West Palm her sister, Mrs John Bailey LaByer last week. They enjoyeda or colleges in the state were in- Spring cleaningwar
if 'I'I I Easter holidays here with hisS Beach. of Maoon, Ga. vacation of golfing and fishing cluded In allocations for vary
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. In the area. ing amounts. Only the two Junior hazardsSince SEWING MACHINE CENTER
Mr. and Mrs Dennis Beaver Guests of Mr. and Mrs. colleges applicable to the on
McIntyre. were in Lake Wales Saturdayto Enoch Whidden last weekendwere Mr. and Mrs Frank Sparling Hendry and Glades county area 125 Ave A next to Kath's Dept. Store, Belle Gkfc
Mr and Mrs Frank Ford see the performance of the her sisters, Mrs. Clarence and children of Miami and Mr. are listed here). many homeowners are
have returned to their home in Black Hill Passion Play. Yeager and Mrs. H. D. Shearer and Mrs R. Sparling of Trenton declaring war on hazards Phone WY 6-3260
Kittannlng, Pa. after spending both, of Jackson, Miss, the latter N. J., were weekend visitors A formula based on enrollment around the house in their spring
ai a few months In Clewlston Mr Harold White of New Orleans 's daughters and son Mrs of Mr and Mrs. W. A. and Kale of tuition fees cleaning cmapalgn. Safety Leader New and Used Sewing Machines

Ford Is a brother of Rev. Henry is here for a visit with his parents George Rhodes Miss Phyllis Moore was evolved In making the allocations A. M. Pettis with the Florida We repair all makes and carry an parts for senrtsn'
o H. Ford. Miss LueUa Wither- Mr. and Mrs Lewellyn Shearer and Tony Sheerer. : the maximum a student Agricultural Extension Service chines. I
spoon, who has been visiting White. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Vana may borrow 1* 1000. has some helpful battle plans to We have the largest selection of used Sewing MachlMk
Richard Cardullo has returnedto weekend visitors in Miami Florida 100 to choose from.
t her sister, Mrs Henry H. Ford, were A Student Scholarship (and offer.
T also returned to her Dome in Co!. (U. S. A. ret) and Mr*. his home In Winchester, with his mother. Loan Commission was created Fettls first urges Inspection
) G. E. Linkswiler of Rapid City, Mass. after spending two weeks
Pennsylvania with Item. Mr. and Mrs J. F Hale of
N Dak. were visitors in Clew with his aunt. Mrs Jennie Tou- .
!! Tom Pullen is at tome on lston Monday. The Linkswiler Its and Mr. and Mr. Tony Purling, N. Y.and Mr. and Mrs.

',," leave from the U. S military are spending, the winter at Fort Toulls Edward Stone of Poughkeepsle,
.' forces In Germany, being called: Myers, I taxi visited old friends N. y, arrived last week to spend
I here by the death of his father. In Clewlston. CoL Linkswilerwas Mrs Ethel Clark of Lorlda two weeks with Mr. Wm. C. Philco Week at Carithers Radio & TV
Mrs
is visiting her daughter, Owen.
,:, D. L. Pullen In charge of the Gewiston
H. D. Sctalck: end family.)
U. S. in
office of Engineer
: Mr. and Mrs Gratton H.
Mrs. L. C. &. and
Redish.
'I 1936-38 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis are George were Jacksonville visitors ,
Mr. Carroll Redish returned
;' Tuesday from New Orleans John Corbin, Ken Walker, Roy planning to spend Easter in last weekend. They went up
Merritt Island with their daughers to attend the conference of the
Edwards of Clewlston and Pete Bonus SaleNow
where the elder Mrs. Radish!
Miss Martha. Davis' who State Association of County Big
had gone for a series of teats Turner of Moore Haven were .
Merritt Island Commissioners at which
at Oschner Clinic. Jack Radish in Sebrlng lor the Auto Races teaches in the new most
school of the gubernatorial candidatesof :
both Democratic and Republican
." Mr. and Mrs Bill Toulls and
parties spoke
baby daughter of New York
City; will arrive to spend Easter Mr. and Mrs Alfred Utchig Going On .
Insurance for the with Us mother, Mrs Jennie of Milwaukee are."visiting! 'Mr.

11 Toulis, and with Mr. and Mrs' and Mrs. George A. Yon. Mrs ------ Unbelievable But True I
Tony Toulls and family. Utchig is a sister of Mrs. Yon. ; .

:1 over 65 age groupA George ToUeda, who teaches George Beck entered Victoria: We are selling TV Sets Philco TownHouse
In a Philadelphia.! high school, Hospital, Miami, Sunday for observation ,

will return to the City of Brotherly and surgery, which "at regular wholesale cost
Love Sunday after a week' was performed Tuesday He is

; special enrollment has been opened stay at home with hk mother, making a satisfactory recovery \ # f5 } ($169.95)). These prices possible because
Tokleda. according to Mrs. who is
t' Mrs Anna : Beck %
for limited time in Florida See for
a us with him, and will shortly return of
Mr. and Mrs Fred W. Orris to Qewlston. our quantity buy so we pass these

: details. will leave this week for their "
? ; home at Bethany, HI, after Tax collector: A. O Ward, savings on to you : .
.ew spending the winter month in who is a patient in Good Samaritan : V
dewlaton. Hospital Is reported as :
improving rapidly following. a : \.
: Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency Mrs Carl Berner bas returned : "
,
serious! illness and.surgery. Mr. 23' Sets Left
w from Pensacola where she went Ward condition was attributedto Only
r: to be with her niece, Mr. Phillip pneumonia and complications

Vaughn and family. Mrs. The"growth" on his lung proved' '
; .. 'Sale will continue until all sets are oM..
,. to be an unusual result of the .

1 __ 'I pneumonia, and test Indicate it fI 't 1.
is dissolving !without, need tar
.: further surgery. He is remaining 1 B Stop in and take advantage of this bonus
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T> strength before returning to his buy the ultimate in compact TV
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the members helped! provide, an BPW Club plans Plea day in dewiston! Fl'". THE CLltWISTO"N NEWS Page Five
afternoon session was held In Turnpike': taps Thursday, March 26, 11154

\ Dower which each arrangement one present made a district meeting County Court I' ,
NE\A S Sarden with Mrs.
M Wetherly I
ready to assist
suggestions.: Mrs. Stewart with invited Professional The Clewlston Women's Business Club and Ja 1 Charged*t Monday'with assault Hendry and County battery million in monthThe

from members to pick flowers planning preparation for the : Court Plea Day at which
her ,
yard as needed and District 8 meeting, >which will Judge Broward N. Parson presided Florida turnpike reportedIts so, I
many
privilege.\. accepted and enjoyed this be held at the Oewiaton Inn oa were Ruhr McNair, who first "minion dollar month" ROUND THE CLOCK '.
clubbers Ion on lower arranging Hostesses kere April 19 with the local group ai was lined $75 or 40 days, with since: it opened in January, 1957 .:;. 4 i
Mr
"trick\ J. H.
taught many of thetrade" Miss confiscation of James
Bible.; hostesses. Speaker will be weapon; The record period, January 20 '
to the twenty members and Mrs.Mrs.W. F.B. M. Rodriguei Beatrice Freede, Clearwater, Ross, $35 or 35 days; Junior through February 18, was the YOU can bank on i
attending.In : Batey. president-elect: of the Florida Bristol, $35 or 20 days; Lawrence first month Oie 26tarul long 1
workshop
joy the morning Mrs. James Federation. Mrs. Catherine Taylor, $35 or 35 days; turnpike was in fun operation P O T 'CT I V,
Wetherly showed flower arrangements '25th Brown U chairman of local arrangements. Mac Cox, $35 or 35 day and between Miami and Wildwood. our protection ,
_beTS of the dewUtonLI which aha had previously anniversary Larry Bush, who estreated a The agency reported each tolls ..
Club enjoyed a work- prepared.She completed Club member also voted to $12.50 bond. of $966,24300, charge account services +i
|meeting Thursday at the these explaining as she did so of assist the American Legion Auxiliary Petit larceny-Lloyd Mcden- bolls of$$48.257 and Just under
I of Mrs E. I* Stewart. the technique used in each. Lees is fetedThe by paying1 expenses of the Ithan, $35 or 20 days; wilful $85,50000 in restaurant> and
>ruing and afternoon see Following a picnic lunch whichHYDRANGEAS second delegate to Girl State and wanton reckless driving service' station lease revenue
Silver Wedding anniversary this year. OUu McCrory Jr., case continued All but one of the toll plazaa .
of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mrs. Al Zauel presided at the ; MIlton Dale Boone, S75 serving 1M original toil road'
Lee was the occasion of a dinner meeting, which was held at the bond estreated. showed marked increase In cash
party at the Clewlston Inn Clewlston Inn on Tuesday. Carrying concealed weapon- tolls during >ttie period.

Bfauty at with Mrs. Loyd Kelly and Mrs. Henry Jones, $100 or 50 days. Fort Pierce, the lone exception
E. E. Kelly as hostesses. Card heldat plus confiscation: of weapon. showed a 26 per cent decline
A bank's is .
party most important asset
S leer and white flower arrangements Violation of restitution-Henry over the same period In per.
wedding bells anda Mrs. Roberts Odom. Jr., $25 or 10 day Leaving 1963. The turnpike formerly
"e I white and silver wedding cake scene of accident-Gerald terminated there.PEACHES haps the safety it offers to depositors.

helped' make the occasion' fes- Conley Stewart, glen 30 ,
St. Margaret's Altar Society or days
tiv/. The Lees Tour valuables are safe in one of our safety
were presentedwith held its monthly card party on plus one year probation. No cab NEW CROP
an appropriate gift of sil Wednesday evening at the borne card Victor Hanuel Haber,
ver.Attending of Mrs., Helen Roberts with and Clyde Melvin James, not Florida will become an Important deposit boxes
3 or 4 blooms were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Pat Peters, co-hostess. pressed, defendant had card. peach state this year
L. E. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. L. L.FJLngton Two tables of bridge were In No road tax plate-AmbrolsiaCustauo when hundred of acre of peach
$3$4MUMS of West Palm Beacn play. Mrs. Jack Davis won first Rodriguez, nol pressed, orchards, planted In the north
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly, Mr. prize and Mrs. C. D. Hlne the defendant had card.DrunkElizabeth. ern fringe of the former citrus FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON
full pots I and Mrs. Loyd Kelly Mr. ant draw prize.St. Gilden. $25 area harvest their first crop.
Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. motif Peaches were planted where
Patrick's day was or 10 days and on a second like
Campbell E. Nail, Mr. and Mrs. citrus: froze two year ago.
and
790 each carried out in the tallies charge, the tame fine; Edward
W. P. Jernigan, Mr. and MrsR. About 4,000 acre are planted,
and In
accessories of the party, Sykes, $25 or 10 days $25 bonds
C. Nowling. Mrs. Walter lime drinks served the but the crop Is still considered
during forfeited by Ottls Ricks, Curtis
3 for $2.25 Wyse and Mrs. M. T. Hood. play. Refreshments 'of coffee> Alphonzo Carson and Larry experimental.

1 1f and Boston >cream pie were Bush.
f rican Violet Rainbow girls served at the close of the eve- Speeding-Roger Owen Mc-
ring. Kellen and Scottle R. Riffle, I
gonias Geraniums hold initiationEvelyn each $1250 or 10 days; Mary

ardenias many others Horsby and Frances Engagement Helen Boron Merchan, $25 or I
Grove were initiated Into the 10 days; same fine and sentence -
Visit our expanded plant house and Clewiston Rainbow< Assemblylast AnnouncedMr. for both Donald Ralph I1ATR.FLOERSPotted
week, with Mldklff and Lucian Daniel
see our foliage & blooming plants Lynda Carlton
worth advisor, presiding. Their and Mrs. O. C. Booker, Smith. Thirty-five dollar bond
parents Joined the Rainbow< Girl 416 Bond Street, announce the, were forfeited by Charles Robert
following the meeting for a social engagement of their daughter, Wilson Oscar Lee Scott and
hour at which Elizabeth\ Vicik Fleaor; twenty
refreshments Miss Sue D. Booker, to Ray
were served by Mrs. mood E. Yon. Parents of the five dollar bonds by Joseph
Stella Plrkle. Broom-elect are Mr. and Mrs. Ames Brennan and Arthur blooming plants bring
A warrant
At the meeting Lynda an George A. Yon 154 Avenlda Del Alexander Ferrell.
nounced: the Grand Assembly\ of Rio Qewlston.. was ordered issued for Floy Lee
Florida June 21-25 at Jacksonville Miss Booker attended dewls- Fudge, Jr. pleasure at Easter and for weeks
stating that dewkton ton High School where she parti\ Case based on a charge of I
girls will stay at the Mayflower\ ciliated In student council: : wasa no valid drivers license and Improper
,BABY .CH'.CI' : be in Philadelphia July 9-15. member of the Valentine court continued for Willie Dee Jones,
$$2.50 each Colored Easter The Rainbow Girls will observe The room-elect: Is a graduate ,with $50 bonds forfeited by
Founding of the Order on of Christen High School and James Judson Helubstod for no
'twe have pens and Chicks 35tf ea. April S by attending the Episcopal attended Palm Beach Junior driver license: and on the came Order now for potted:
cages for chix & church In a body. They will College. Ha has served four charge, for Eddie Dean Gore.
meet at 10:IS at the church.: years In the U. S. Air Force. Failure to have vehicle under
rabbits) 3 for $1 Azaleas Roses
Recognized for their March Returning to dewiston be war codtrol-435 bonds were for Hydrangeas
birthdays were Lynda Carlton employed at Radio Station felted by Jarold Dewitt Moore
Barbara Joe Royal, Joy Craw- WOWY and attended an electronic and Ralph LeRoy Padgett; driving Chrysanthemums Easter Lilies and others j
ford and Kay Owens. school In Sarasota. on wrong side of road-
Plans foe the wedding will be Joseph Goldberg, $25 bond for. Arrangements and corsages custom made :
announced later. feKed.
CITY LOTLot

27 Clewlston Block 178. So-it looks like hamburger? ; :

for Information write DollleM. irn LOVVORN'SFLOWERS
Powell P.O." Box 04, \
Eaglo Lake, Fla 338311ne'Y' >_
ways to disguise ground beef .... i

melt by WIRE.- If
I Ground beef nay mean just 1* two to three Inches
plain hamburger: to you, but It from beat Broil until meat 1* ANYWHERE I
>can be used in ao many ways brown on one side, S to 10 minute IN THE WORLD
H Is ore of the most versatileof *. Turn and continue broiling Clewiston Phone YU 2-2171
meats. until done, about S minute
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I Stretch straps are With the economy of Florida 8 servings.
and of Hendry county bolstered

only the start! '- considerably, loyal by housewives the beef Industry sand-

ttirttfy ones) like to use beef -
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: a valuable .
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source o'proteks,' and all the : '
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the to dine *
Bring family at
toad.
of
; invigorating elements
sarong't. So Instead of serving 1 ..',("....,
bamberugers, try these recipes,
't. and you'll bear the comments: ; /:. THE CLEWISTON INN .'''' ."

: It looks like chop! ,! ''', ."1 -
1 pound ground veal. '
: '
H pound pork sausage. FOR A 'ft EASTER SUNDAY
H cup soft bread crumbs. ,
!
1 teaspoon salt. '; (noon to 2:30: p.m. 6 to 9:30: p.m.)

1/8 teampsoon pepper. llt3D ,t.I'- i,I
V cup flour.Y4 y .
cup lard or" drippings. EASTER DINNER i,
Combine meat. bread crumbs,

salt and pepper Shape Into 8 Entree includes cocktail or soup, salad, chalet of two vegetable. ,
cboplet. Roll In dour brown roll and butter, beverage and dessert .
In lard or drippings. Pour off
dlrpplngs. Cover tightly and Pink Champagne. Fruit Cup Chilled V-8 Juice Cocktail
cook on top of range or In moderate Chicken Broth with Rice
oven (ISO degrees) for 30

C minutes or until done. Melba Peach with Cottage Cheese Nest and Prunesor

i"- w It m took pound like(round porterhouse beet,! ( ) Fresh Crisp Tossed Salad Bowl with Choice of Dressing )


Y.- :r 1 V4\iI teasPoon teaspoons, 'pepper salt 4 Baked Sugar Cured Ham with Fruit Sauce ($2.65))

% cup milk.Combine Roast Prime Rib of Beef Au Jus ($3.75))

_ round beef, salt. \
pepper ly. and milk."steak"Mix thorough about /, Grilled Pompano with Maitre D'Hotel"Butter. (3.25)
f thicInto

Sarong straps are important. They fit just right. They are-adjustable | one broiler Inch rack.: Set regulator place on and the for 'S Baked Turkey with Dressing or. Cranberry Sauce ($2.50))

for personalized fit; specially woven and plush lined to prevent roll rack broiling.: in Insert broiler broiler so IIfraCeCraftLee pan of Broiled Lamb Chops with Mint Jelly ($3.00))


ing, curling or digging. 7 Golden Brown Fried Chicken ($2.50)) .


But there more-much more to the new allstretch* sarong brat *. Fresh Chicken Liver Omelet ($2.35))

+ Mrs. Jo Ann Lee,. daughter
Exclusive< criss-cross action -cape move separately, you move naturally of Mr. and Mr*. Lout J. Fordhook Limas
Sr.. and J. T. Craft
entire bra Nobles March t, at Fresh Cora on the Cob Parsley Boiled Potatoes ".
The
: elastic sides and back adjust to every movement ( were wed Friday, t.. $
8.30: pjn at the borne of the Buttered Asparagus

moves with you as one unit'for complete, natural freedom. bride'' parent, In North La- ,I
Custard with
Belle. Pumpkin-Nut Whipped Cream

Light, airy SPANDEX elastic. Machine-washable, too. Judge Broward N. Parson.
performed the ceremony.: Coconut Layer Cake Bleu Cheese with Saltines Apricot Chiffon Pie I
Mr. Craft is the son of Mr. Ld Choice of Ice Cream Diced Fresh Pineapple Pineapple Charlotte ),
and Mrs. Johnnie Craft of Men- o Half Florida Grapefruit Jello Supreme Fresh Strawberry Sundae

denhaU MUmUslppL! COFFEE TEA MILK ESPRESSO
$sarong IJSTREtCft'BRA".5DJ'SIasIA3236J: Mrs. Craft' attendant wuMU
Carole Dyes of Fort
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__ Denaud; the best man was Eddie -
aBannon of Fort Denaud.
The couple left Immediately
following the ceremony for a 5- The Clewiston Innowned
day wedding trip on. the East ;
SHOP of Florida.
THE SPORT Coast .
The groom i fa employed la j ,JI JII

Avon Southern Part Florida by the Flood Central Control and and operated' "by United States Sugar Corporation.11 .)

Ii-;;-;...'.'"......._of; i ,.!I"O"'O'-. ....:._.... s.sw..rwwswwuaw u----+-......... ., present District;making and die heir couple home 1*wttb at I

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Pretty blonde at FFA dinnerwas .T; Ti



indeed "very special guest" ;.: ( I H


Tic hundred! *r to guests+ to "eld of education t1 year tb.IAE.UIer :
jI' J wbcn SUtr r A. President ; Lynn who graciously,
t Tied a WLbeLaw Jr. tatto- but silently: acknowledged the
educed 1C s titter Idea Banztcne atroducttoo. Esther Lynn has

; '!; ts mv very aproial xen. selected: as one of five
\ r ssf at the Clewtartoa dinner charter students" la the nation
; Friia; probably tllough4, the -t; receive a aril scholarship at
CWtt7tiJ.nd: was 'very apes: ar the chair*"gt"g New Collate
only to young waitdatw which opens in Sarasota this
U Ut
Tie truth is. la all Florida. /tar Her scholarship is for ro r1
books aDd tuition
board
there U probably DO nan :room
; "wry *Tcal person la th. for three ll-month terms atlea
t !' College, thus assuring hera
fH fufl college education tree.
I' :Mss Baranone U an A student

1 at Charlotte! High School.
awards in Spanish! r r
She has won
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I .. music and mathematics. She is t
'; IM4 TIGER' BVSEBALL: S4CAD taeMee Bible awl tmittr roftfll; steadta. eNd a member of National Honor

kBeeunf left .. rich. Mike JIIa.... Eraie HOI. ..... O4... Al MeneD. Cal Society Quill and Scroll Student
I Gary Etttbk. Jesse Bofek. Bobby. flu,. B.aJInUMIUD Fanar. Mike Fletcher aa4 Congress and was local
'to was
1 Kaatfy Morrell!. Bba Sehaeidrr. Steve PHOTO.I of Para- _. .
Jbaaiy Scaaeider.-STlfT sod district president --- -- ---- - -
r .'':- Md.cal Cub. She was president !- finalist Included
AMOVO THOSE ENJOYING the archery cea- Crefut 325 points. An
.: of the senate at 1963 Girls Fair Grounds {91 pelnts. Ireel Reedier **
test Saturday afternoon at the 116 points CttOm'
member of the Gover.dor' I
Tigers win one lose one State.. a Council were. left t* right Hank Aadreb Gordon Cr*> points and Holmes 168 points of a potUb
''i- Youth Advisory
) 4S< total polnU.
tnt John Cecil and BID Holmes. The first HT -STAIT PHOTO
.,, end one of two girls to repre-
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:' rant Florida at Girls Nation's
blow in vast: year RONNIE LEE OFF U. S. Army
i one Ridge State cattlemen to
gamesRonnie l Sew: College, In Sarasota is TO THE ARMY
Jimmy
Edens
of the most ot South Q.
ex-
planned as one
Olden! was breezing cljsive! college: in the nation; meet in Ft. Pierce Ronnie Lee. son of Mr. and Iston will become .__I
along with a nohraer t in Lake Page Six THE CLEWE5TOX: NEWS Clew toa. Fla. ,a win have the highest rebel Mrs. Marion Lee win leave next with Pattison Funeral [Home*
Placid last Tuesday afternoon Thursday, Much 28. 19 4HiB modem Cattlemen and dairymen are week for a tour of duty In the placing Lee.proved ,
ESTHEX: B.ULUZOXC: sane goals and will be as slated to hear reports on latest
until the sixth! inning and lost 7-3 as the apace age In which research findings and to observe

'' on) a one l hitter for "his! hard work and excellent tt comes Into. being. The five the results In plots at the

,f Coach Ernie: HJ1; said "We attitude" Track teams tie for second charter" students will each Agricultural Experiment Stations -

Just gave them the ban game." Mandy :Morrell\ again l hit two receive scholarships to sec them Indian River Field Labor I
v A scratch single by Bobby for four. Olden, Al MorreO. through college and they are atory at Fort Pierce April 1.
Drillers ia the bottom of the Bible and PoThBl also I hit safely place in four-city meet Thursday expected to create the spirit of Highlighting the field day will

j. fatal inning and three errors in the extra inning gam the New College. be a Dutch treat dinner at 1:30:
i. let seven runs cross the plate. Gewistoa ,__. 110. 200 00-4 Coach Bob Baker's dewlstoaEigh UO Dean of Admissions to New pan. at Slmonsen's Restaurant
yard relay,dewistoa third
;" 4 while Oewistoa picked up two FL Mead ._.. 300 100 01-5Gewistoo Track Team 'performedmuch College Robert J. Norwine, announced David Jones, associate agronomist 6
) place.
f runs In the aecond; and one lathe Miss Bars none of Port "with the Florida Agricultural
I fourth. oa seven l hits. The wiH place Arcadia better than expectations 440. yard run Dickie campbell. Charlotte and Mark Whittakerof Extension Service will act
'i la a double-header at Sugarland ia their first meet of flu yearat to seconds fourth. Bangor. Maine as the first
/ i only extra base nit was by as master of ceremonies. Featured ,
Jimmy Bible. Connecting singles Park Saturday March 28. start. Belle Glade Thursday Bight lift yard low hurdle Cum two "charter students." "I am speaker will be Dr. T. J. '
; were Mike Ma=ne. MaadyMorreO. Inc a* 1::>> pjn Late Placid Baker felt the track team %2.' seconds fin*. lure they will best exemplifythe ; Cunha, head of the Agricultural 4
j AI MorreO. Mike will play In Oewistoa Tuesday would hold tts own. which it MO yard run, Frankie Robert spirit of intellectual. adventure Experiment Stations' Animal

: Fletcher, Snutty Polhia and March :31 at 4 00 p.m.Boatacaders did the surprising results cam goo 2;%t. fourth. and leadership that theN Science Department at the University -
., ,' Bobby Bare.Ckwletan in the field event. which Clew- 23) yard dash Al Morrell. College graduates win be of Florida who will talk
istoa Is entering for the first 24.2 seconds fin*. expected to have."
,_ 020 100 0-3 on the subject "Producing Feeder
Lake Placid __ 000 007 x-7 get time this year. Teams represented Cfewistoa took Mcood place The pretty blonde In the pink Calves for Profit"Presiding
Stuart Belle Glade. Pa- lath* sprint medley. dress who sat at the head tableat
wish for the field
over day.
: menu hake and OewMoo at the The dewiitoa team will travel : -
Friday night! the Tiger won &the Future Farmers banquet which will get underway at 2:30:
another Ridge Conference game Detailed plans aN shaping up meet with Ben Clad finishing to LaBeUe today for a inert content. to bask in the reflected wU be Hugh Whefchel St y '
pm.
defeating Frostproof there. 5-2 lor caring for and entertaining first dcwistoa aDd Pahokee at 3:30 p.ra. glory of her escort the: state Luis County Agent

behind the three bit pitching of the members of the Ofceechobee facing for second sad Stuart FFA president was Indeed avery Dr.J. R Orsentgo Everglades' r .4
little Mandy MorreQ. Mandy Waterway Boatacade on) their last Going into the final relay 4-H Girl ClubThe special guest" and it will Experiment Station Bell

received! the clutch blow from May U overnight' stop in dewIston. event either of the top teams be nice to remember that she Glade,. will be the first to report Improved
J3 Us big brother as Al hM a grand- could win tile meet with a 4-il Girl Cub met Moo- was hi our midaLAudubon
his findings on the use of Th*one en tea to a world famous. .legend.
slam homer over the fence in The Elks Lodge has agreed first place. day Afternoon 71>* girls received
herbicides la pasture establishment Th. below. N I Ie Hi' Ie l end Into
,, all
the checks and their dresses ono lamo | rdnlgn4 an ear aItIItI
!''II!' the U nlInDInI. Bill Farrar relieved provide the dinner and the use dewlstoa. scored in the following refugein .
In late for of IIaI1 that they entered la the county wagon.
the their Lodge for
Inning an dancingafterwards.
events:
Martin Following Dr. Onenlgo will be H has the d.,lui. I"'.....appoint eents and .omlort blt rid* ii ilnpauongor
excellent: relief stint Members of previous Broad Al Morten 207 countyForty
j jump. fair.The Dr. A. E. Kretschmer. Jr.. of car. .aarrlM aka l big adult plus snw.lugg.ge ant tqylfmont
I Mandy hit two for four: as boatacades requested that. first; Mike Mauina. imiV. girl plan to leave at S acres of unspoiled\ he Indian River Field Lab. than you san knagln. H'*ooworod ty Amtrica only luluwlhtvorhoad
J'1! 1 did Ronnie Olden and Al Mor- the menu at dewiston. Upastole second: ; Doug Rudd. lrJ%", o'clock March tit: lEader Moo- swamp In Martin county has who will liscuss late fall nitrogen sew. *ngln....,the .Mgh tow Tirade. OHC..oOwt Hto*
;\\fi .. con; Fletcher picked up the Include barbecued third. day-a school holiday) for a been transferred to the Audu- fertilization of mature pangolacrast oitraa such *i automatic.tnnwnltolon., hKl.p.nd.nt front .........
I only other Tiger safety chicken, con on cob and Iced Shot put. Al MorreH. 437. beach party at Fort Myers con Society by Mrs. Cynthia and grass variety, 'does'ewer sleoring, and power krako But the alt arw Wigonior to r.,I
whlele at hear
} watermelon. and arrangements first; Doug AngeL 34T. fourth; Beach. Two ladies and Militant Kaier Earle, Prescott. Ariz., winter
annual clover
and
\. dewiston 004( 010 0Frostproof -* have been made to serve these Bo Lindsay, TT4", laird. County. Agent Jerry Flint wm and her brother, Dryden Kuser. sum The Mop. Wagonoor nee II d.."hid'.. ewe rough ruggtd l tank.
;" 000 Oil 0-2 mer-growing legume tests. and through snow end mud that.leave other, son holplm. M inMdsllppory .
rated
'.. highly items that IIJchLThe Discus throw Doug Angel, chaperon tolls Sussex: :N. 3, as a memorialto Dr. H. L. Chapman Jr., Ever turn that sue flohtilllng and skidding,H hugt thi readIl
4 Mike Mazzina opened the city commission has 110'. fourth. Cayle Torberi and.Christine their parents, CoL and Mrs. glades Experiment Station. at tradWonal'.....*traetom .

'(p game with a home nm In Ft. greed to permit overnight 120 high hurdle, Dennis GUll, Curry wfll go b District. Events: Anthony R. Kuser. The land becomes Ben Glade will conclude the The Wf rouon b .-.11.., "TMvopowtr."* All four wh.a'i l an pies. ,
'!i .. t Meade Saturday Bight but tile campfat by members of the 17J seconds, __ Day along with the county the Kitchen:' Greet Wildlife ) afternoon's reports with discussions whooto Inotoad *f !M\ <..*.Tess a demonotratlM. drlvo MOH.YM. *
J, : joy was snort lived eta the boatacade oa the area adjacentto 100 yard dash lindiay. M.J. council delegate. April: 10-11. Sanctuary' end Is rich In of the ute of molasses asa atvr mate a oar that tan do are things this ono aan.KAimmtt .
;: Miners earn back with three tile lake and canal entrance. Brat: Al Morrell. 104 second= They will also be,'chaperoned will plants and animals. It pasture supplement and the Jeep CORPORATION
j runs la the bottom of the inning. This permission covers only;: .second: ; Mazzina. 105. fourth. by Mr. Flint and a chaperon adjoins the southern boundary effect of nitrogen on pangola- *
r
discover 4h.DffMPOWER'l
AI Morrefl was the victim this even. The rest room and MIle run, Gaynam Rackstraw. from LaBell While there they' of Jonathan PI ft: In mn State grass hay quality. AY.L JEW \JEEP'eVAGO' "EER
., of the uprising. Bubba Schneider shower facilities of the city; at via perform a comedy skit for Park and !lei near toe confluence ""'D'aw..wv I ...w-.
:; pitched brilliant to relief and the'Wayside Park axe available the 4-H members. of Kitchen: Creek and the ----...--drw.ly.YetiSUGARLAND
c received praise from Coach to the campers. Gayle Tbrbert. reporter). Loaohaicbe River. Lot
for sale
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!I ;; 4. W.;T. Grant, 59; S. U, B.! S. Savings and LoanAssociation

:! ;.. U.S. 27 East YU'2-2661 C.. ;Bryant. 51: 6. WOWT, 50; T. .' LARGe I'LA.Eggs.
Bell Clad Herald 37; .. Vaadergrift "4t

: ft Wms..'.M. s 99ROUNTT
I" ; t Also on display The New Roll-R-Room I High team aat-TrorOe. >, 'fit tox 2dozen

451: ; high (team,gam*, U. s. S.
I j,1 The Cabana on Wheela c. dtwiaton. (68-; high Individual 111 >K."'Teatara AT*. C- .. ftsrlda

1, l w.............. -.J .high, .Individual set. Witham gam Mlncey.Wilbur 901: EST CUT WE PLATE

j Mlncey, 223. Beans 2 for'33 Salad Pt.2 2
'i 500 set and/or BOO game: ..- ---u Dressing. __
;: Vance Broom. 51T; Jimmy 'Vt SUGAR his
CREEK:
Johnson 203, 589; Jerry Par TENDIUZED Whole
:4: 514; J. B. Jones. 500; Sidney ,, Hams Lb.49i&
: The demand for fat son Lb. 29 L
____ __ Hams
: SmI h. 222. 548.: WUbur liMIWIY uu ___ __ __ u- __
Mlncey 223.601; Younge Creech.
"J and stocker.T' 205 514;- Curtis Thompson. 549; Center Cuts Fast Cuts U.s. CHOICE

Rigdon :200. bIG AWn Pork 49
-' cattle is heavy Perry Chops __ 59t 39t Chuck Roast .- L Lb__
LADIES OF LAKE .
the Sport Shop 'II mOld FRESH GROUND
Buy'only FREE RIB II BRISKET:
South -..- Q% 42% :
lJS.'C.. a% 48Baldret' % Hamburger 2-lb. 2-lb.69i
99t Stew
l _.
: ( cattle you want ; -M a !AT u n_ __ :-

Wilson Lumber a 13 GA. GRADE .A"


,* :Canebrake Hare Ptlrklnw&l..45: Lumber__ 4&a:% 18 13 6644 AL FULLER'S Baking Hens _____ ,Lb. 4S SOUI'IILAND Oleo ___8U1'RDIE_ ______ 2FRANK'S -Ib 39{


-Sales Every Monday at 1:00: P.M. lUgh Scratch Oama Boon Series

Lola Richmond ...... 182 -,

Louise Campbell HO 499 IfC Paint Store
L Dora Belcher ..,..* 172 .
Louisa DeArmas .-- 43Thaln
431
Dlch* Richardson nandleap. Score Complete Line of Paint' and Supplies >

GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. Louise Campbell *_' 224 '631Lola Phone YU 2-3281 Grocery u. Market

Richmond 210_ Sat 1 144 E. Sugarland Ilfy. Clewiston, Fla. | .

raaWT -ItU ... dado, Fla. Louisa DeAnms _
Tbalne.Richardson ?, 206 $63 .,. .,. .,. .,. I'lL TOun, :00 O WB DEUVKSO I'lL 'lU ..1411TAE
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Clewlston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven

Thursday March: 26, 1964
M I

ADS r t Holland opens campaign office

Senator Spessard Holland has paign speech Saturday addressing
!opened State Campaign Head- the Democratic Women's

FOR RENT-One bedroom fur FOR SALE-4 Inch plastic flower ouarters at ISO N. Central Ave Club of Broward County at a
CLASSIFIED RATES: Four nished Apartment S7500 per pots, 4 cents each: 35 lor Bartow, with Merrill Wlnslett! In noon luncheon:) in Fort Lauderdale -
cents per word per Insertion. 70 month.? 'One to two Persons only 1100, while they last. Bartoll. cshsrge. which was opened to the
cents minimum charge; four insertions YU Z-3421, Uc Wagon Trail, Moore Haven. Holland made his first cam public.
tor the price of three.
FOR RENT-One bedroom efKclency Mar26p

PHONE YUkon 3-1201 apartment utilities FOR SALE-Used Howe Trail

Fersons whose names appear YU turnlshed 26881. Couple only Phone er, 1963, 10'ziJ':; tSOO cash and Garth L. Lewis
mark fa the classified ads Uo take up payments. YU 2-5421.

may pick gp two passes to FOR RENT-Furnished cabins tic General Contractor

the Dixie Crystal Theatre, and trailers Johnson Fishing GLADES MERCANTILE COM
compliments ef the News Camp. YU 21181. tfj PANY authorized Singer Sewing New Construction Additions

t" and Theatre. Passes mint be FOR Machine dealer's agent will HONORARY MEMBERS OF FUTURE FARMERS PROUD
RENT
PR SALE OR RENT-New da- called for before Wedoes. Furnished. four service LY DISPLAY Free estimate
| three bedroom. Car day room house. 333 E. Pasadena. sewing machines In TIIEIR PLAQUES at the annual Parent and on any job
lee See Clewlston area every Saturday Son banquet Friday night. left
te
St. be- or call Mrs. Blair at dew- right Robert W. Kelly, representing
Obdapo
Location:
j Corona and Pacific Sts. Moil Motel Available after Phone WY 6-5659. Belle Glade. Kelly Tractor Co., Richard F. Baker representing Phone: Belle Glade WY 6.6069

collect Lee Wilson, 844H DEMAND GREATER THAN April 1. Apjjg tic Clewbton Lions Club and Claud M. Glddeas, representing

1, lake Park Fla. tic EVER for houses acreage: FOR RENT-2 FOR SALE Apartment alan Clewiiton Kiwanis Club and Richard L. rape. ASA office 655 SW 2nd Street
businesses. We have customers and 3 room furnished gas stove. Good condition manager, former advisor of the chapter Unable .. be present
REAL ESTATE waiting. List your property with W71. apartment Phone 2- 3500. Phone YU 24271. tic to receive his. plaeqne In person was Joe M. lleadry who
JRTHSIDE home or invest us. J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU tic was also honored by the chapter.-STAFF PHOTO.
nent property priced oonsldibly 27501. tic TWO BEDROOM house for YOUR CLASSIFIED AD here
under marketRTIISIDE3bedroom Furnished rent will be read by hundreds. Oft, 844-1353
frame. West or unfurnished. 512 What have you to sell Or what Future
Trinidad. Farmers
furnished. Immaculate. Mar26p do you wish to buy Try one for select g R... VI 8-2682

iRTHSIDE bedroom frame, FOR RENT Quiet eircondl- results. Phone YU 5-1201.

.000. room tloned with and kitchen heated sleeping FOR SALE Ironrtte Ironer, five men for chapter honorsSome
available. privileges if
BREACH as desired.. YU BBS hot water heater. at. oive Thurmond W. Knight
/ GEES, NEW 2-EEDROOM > 23421. tic Morn.eon. .
away prices. Call Earl \
6 one hundred
nth frame home. Hardwood m FOR RENT Mar26o parents, Lions Club, represented by its
Furnished trailer honorary members and other president Richard F. Baker Land proker"Thurmond
>rs. with ; "Accredited Farm &
large Cabana
.
room. Call guests Joined the
Future Farmers
Kelly Tractor
Co.,
FHA HOMES In Brow.rd.aim YU 2-32S2. George Jepson represented
Beach and Dade counvarlou.s tic for the annual Parent and by Robert W. Kelly; and Joe M. Knight Realty Inc. orricaii

a, sizes! and prices. REAlISTATE tOR RENt FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom SPRING SALE ON PIANOS Son Banquet in the Ag building Hendry, of Hendry Tractor D.. sass Rlvtora lUarh 2010 Avenue E
lit the
uprights, 1 High School
reconditioned Friday night Beach
ball cash payment, trailer. Sleeps 5. With Company. Mr Hendry was unable west Palm nnea. FI.rI. Riviera
Aluminum Cabana and Spinet repossessed, S Spinets, Following an excellent steak to be present to receive
RENT Efficiencies and screen
PR ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU brand new, 1 console Piano,
his
available. room. Price is right Write Box supper prepared 'by volunteers placque In person.
uses as 2-6881.
tic XX, dewistoa News Box new. Holdridge Music YU 2- headed by Doc Reid and Dick:
>vtr 1.000 vacant lots to select 1238. Whitelaw's
dewiaton. 4781, dewiston. AprOn Hooks as chefs and the Future topic was "Our
m; for all purposes. Various FURNISHED apartment for tic Homemaker. Role in Today's World." He
Ices. Terms. rent Call YU 24451 or see at FOR RENT-SmaU FOR SALE-IMS Ford. Call YU as waitresses the spoke easily and forcefully
house. of ,
Fur.fished program the evening
was
AND INCOME 306 North Francisco St. Itp or unfurnished, S35 2-5611. tic given telling the chapter members We said it .
.
ROPERTY.MONTHLY. that each: of them
should
Pearl C. Spires per month. See lire Sloan. 433 WHILE: THEY LAST pacagesof Featured speaker was Fred set
> RENTAL. Re- E. Trinidad himself a goal In life and strive
or call H. P. J hn- one down S"x5" scratch D. Whltelaw Jr., president of<<
ent CBS construction: 125.000. FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer son, towards It with hard work and
Ucm pads for 25c. Place the months
only a Florida Association of Future two
NG TERM. low Interest, spaces.: Royal Palm Trailer study. "From time to time your ? ago.
scratch In
: pad every room of Farmers. Elected as honorary

'arm, cane grove and ranch Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic y the house for convenience. The members this year were goal may change, but it .Is very ,
JDrtgages, minimum important\ in the fastchangingworld
$50,000.
APARTMENT for rent Three Qewlstoa. Newt U Richard L. Papa, former chapter '
today, NEEDED
LISTINGS
J. M. LANKFORD rooms end bath. Phone YU FOR SALE Parakeets, $100 advisor ss vocational agriculture has a goal and 'works hard person toward "Better residential lots are going fast".
Real Estate 2-6621. SIS North Francisco. Itc birds African : teacher; the Klwanls it," he said.
Reg. Broker up Mynah lovebirds dub, represented by its president
> East Sugarland Highway FOR RENT-New 10148' houee I monkeys, cages supplies.Pet Claud M. Giddens; the Miss Tilly Hlgdon, Chapter Today they are almost gone. Better act
Fire Auto and General trailer boarding. Thompson Wild
with two bedrooms Sweetheart, delighted the audi
Insurance and alrcondWoo.. : By week or Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 21236. ence with the song "I Enjoy
lewlston! Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 month YU 2-M21. tic Uo Being a Girl." which she sang now or it will be too late.

ANNOUNCEMENTS "MISC. FOR SALE-14 ft. Runabout with Miss. Cheryl Lee accompanying.

boat, windshield steering GET

[ Business WILL DO DtONINO In my wheel and Gator Trailer. Like Chapter vice president Harold
DirectoryWALDRON'S home. Gladys Gaylor, 805 new. Lonnle Ford. tic PIKES Jones spoke on Chapter Accomplishments
Francisco. J. E. BEARDSLEY
Apr2c REGISTERED CITRUS TREES and mentioned
SLIP FOR SALE-Ready to gee J. briefly for the guests, the varle.t .
COVERS and Cos-
SEE US FORBOTTLED drapes.
of projects which the chapter REGISTERED SEAL ESTATE BROKER
torn made. Complete line of M. TomUnson lea, Fla. Phone

MEATS AND GROCERIES!: GAS ,drapery and slip cover fabrics. RE2788.. tic CHAMPION Is time carrying pasture on, beef at the, cane present and E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501

Open 7 a.m. to 1 pjn. AppHancesSalesService Free estimates. Can YU 2-5831 ALL MAKES 21" USED TV vegetables.The .
Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand SET 8. Guaranteed, $195 PERFORMANCE l !
& 3to8pm. Upholstery. tic down S14.04 per month. LAKE welcome "was given by

Six Days WeektLOSED POWER GASCORPORATION Hugh N. Allen APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. tie president Tommy ,Akin was master Joe Davidson of ceremonies

: EVERY TUESDAY) RADIO & TV SERVICE. Carlth- and Cecil Akin Introduced ATTENTION '.

ers Radio &: TV Sales with the guests Rev. Victor
(For Your Spur of Moment
Picnics: : CALL COLLECT service.: Nickell: Building, 108 MAXIMUM Tuiner gave the Invocation and Ranchers J
Growers
[our Miles East of 'dewiston) South Bay WY 1111521BENDI' Bond Street, Clewlston, Fla. Out of town guests present In. Farmers, Cane

Bare Beach Phone YU 24441. YOUR PHIL. li LUXURY ATA cludod: Mr. and Mrs. C. M. LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
!' COUNTY CO DEALER. tic Lawrence Wauchula; J. R.
EpraK, Mrs. Blanche McCor- WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
Attention Cattlemen Title & Abstract Co. WILL CARE FOR CHILDRENup MEDIUM' PRiCEiMERCURY
mlck.: school: board members,
to 5 old In home.
Title Abstracts: -Title Insurance years my
fow .la the tine te ceaselldste Fnblle Stenographer Fenced-ln yard. Phone 2C43LItc LaBelle; Future Farmbers representatives A Low Cost Farm Mortgage
from
four debts with a fang term Photocopying Duplicator Moore Haven
fcnn loan low Interest rates, Bridge St. and Fart ATS.LaBeUe HELP ,WANTED WOMEN 1 and LaBelle; Miss Esther Lynn FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
wok Fla. P. O. Box MSOBante WILL care for invalid or senile Barazzona of Port Charlotte. Will Famish Cash Tee
Refinance. debts.e .
[Federal Land BankSee s-nai persons in the home. OXford WAITRESS WANTED-Gladel Chapter officers<< this year are Finance farm Improvements, new buildings, purchase .
4-1798
Ft Myers. Apr2o
Restaurant See Tony Thulie.1e Joe Davidson president; Harold wind machines and install Irrigation
er WrIteW..MAY EVINRUDESales IF ITS UNIFORMS see us first tic Jones vice president; Cecil: e Assist to purchase ef a farm, grave er ranch

Nurses, Beauticians Waitress, Akin, treasurer: David Hester, e Purchase more land.Provide .
Maid, Doctor'I.nd: Barber'sJackets. secretary; Joe Ted Willis, sentinel S capital funds for the farm eatorprf .
I' <>< Wsleald Building and J ServiceNew The only uniform shop ; Dale McCall, reporter; ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
Bradentee. Florida for miles around. LTNNIX'S: and Billy Crawford, chaplain. HAS ALL THESE!: ADVANTAGES
and Used )Motors UNIFORM SHOP 13H Hendry Y 1. Lower payments

Marine Hardware Street Fort Myers. Janltfo t. Longer terms HATHCOCK'SWTACRANT Farts and Accessories .. Dependable service (serving agriculture exclusively

AlTO 8.uJ:8!: A BEaTICII Marino Safety Rrnlpmeat BLUM & SONS PLASTERING.Very 1 since 1117).
-
A SERVICE Best Work- iSHiNG 4. Fan prepayment privileges without peaslty.i. .
Phase YEkM I-ISO
STATION We Save You Money t Lean service by local people familiar with local agricol -

OMEN ALL NIGHT R. E. WALDRONFor Plastering Simulated Stone .....
We ever apse Stucco-Free Estimate HELP WANTED I, MEN, If we ear be .1 service .. yen pleas. write er phone
Licensed and Insured DOYLE: E. ABBOTT. Asst. Hgr.
W. R. HAY Mgr. er
.
( Boots Guides Gas Ice
Williams Business
25 Years In
Electric prompt. Efficient :EXPERIENCED: drill rig operator Fishing Tackle Supplies
8850 Lora Street Land Bank Associationof
trb t Repair. AD APIIUu., Borne deliveryOF Fort Myers, Fla. tic wanted at once. E and r, Federal
Inc., 3000 W. State Road 64. Johnson'sFishing
EIectrIeal THE: MIAMI snoiarn
Hendry County
CeatraetiBgrkoM OX 44874
ED 7-0171 or
Fort Lauderdale. Florida. Tele, Bradenton

WIllI... S-1SM Call Bobby Gidden. 10 FREE Piano lessone with phone LUdtow S-6700. Ito Motors, Inc. Camp BRADENTOfT.' FLA.OPEN .
ClewlatoiL Flo.
]PHONE 741-211
YU Mill any upright piano purchased Can McCarthy: SigarUad BUwiy' ClewMos]
from( now till April at Bold-

Double "A"Roofing ridge JdU C. YU 2-4781 OewWon. MAN WANTED to manage and I I I
Tampa Tribune I' !AprJo operate a retail Watklns route
la thU area. (Would consider 1 6P.M.

and lady 40 to 60 yean old.) Earnings HOUSE Su1nt.o:
of $125.00 per "week from Mar. 29
Licensed Ft. Myers the very fieginnlng. For personal
Interview in home,
your
Bonded New PressHome write Mr. McGarlty: P. O. Box 2 NEW MODEL HOMESLocated

Fret Ltmatsg atf 627. WlUistoa Florida, 22696.Mar26o.
BcOflg aDd at AD Types Delivery 1 ( at Olympia St on Alrerdez Ave. 2 Blocks West of Hospital
hIDtIq
I W. O. CAMPBELL:
Phone YU 3-1131 Phone JntlREALESTATE ENERGETIC and ambitious

: Cl.w1sT: N, I'LA.r man wanted for operator of

l miscellaneous for Sale Independent gasoline station.
Must be willing to re-locate and
FOR SALE-=-1164-Marletie have background. Prefer man

Trailer IVxSf. Two bed with experience. Send trlef resume

rooms. Like new. Phone during of experience to Harold ,
Special raises office hours. YU 2-7501. AprUc Carder, Rt 1. Box S3, Lake Y
FRANK DCNMXAD Placid, Fla. Mar26o
Lathe Ford
i.aK.eE

SIS E. O Pre Are.OewisUe. FOR SALE One Amana op- I
A"tt. right food freezer. Phono YU 540 Acre
Fla. TU S-S121 J-1801. Mar2 0 Adjacent Suitable .
Cleared. for
Very
tel Iectlon PI'ol1table General Merchandise. : business m color FOR SALE-Payroll envelopes subdividingFronting
JlIfdtal'towil, "a. Building land. fWures andW.OOO with form for social US. 27
printed
.00 ?:rear.inpu*** Is. (a cJeaA'operatloa and Nets ,security, withholding and other Frank Deassead BeaUer

deductions. Box of 500. Oewbtaa
k*. ifltaifd2B2Korth: ? a1de cI Highway.! Large corner News offlco. tt 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS
ez 1lent Steads paruneat JOT duplex ... FOR SALE Packard sedan.,
Three beautiful condition, new .battery WANTEDAcreageHouseaLota 5FHA; FINANCING From $350 Down
bedroom. ooa batn Largo corner lot 17500.C new generator. Ready Interior.to AVAILABLE

C1ewy t.< sand, muck land. IS miles South of drive. Immaculate .
'In. per,acre. Long terms. Priced: to sell See at "C7ruck'Wells Centals-Business or on your lot No Down Payment
**
For Motor Co. Property ATFROX. I74.M PER MONTH INCLUDING FR1NCIFAL INTEREST 'TAXES!: INSURANCE
any of then extra pedal values can i
215 Acres Cleared Dade-Monroe: BUILT BY KENDALL CONSTRUCTION CO.

Frank
Denmead Adjoining City ,Realty WEST PALM BEACH nONE fO MTTt

ac W; W4M Broker For sub-dividing. 1309, "W.- Sugarland 3-2941 Hwy. I ITU SALES AGENT, J. E. BEARDSLEY

alt Pay to Deal Pith a Realtor Freak Deanead BeaUer CLEWISTON PHONE: YU .-,..01LASSIPIED
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blonde at FFA dinner I :



ye,1h was indeed livery special guest"The

of education this! year than
field
hundred or so( guests to
('1" whm State FFA. President Esther Lynn who graciously\ ,

Fred D. Whitelaw, Jr., Introduced but silently, acknowledged the t
I baa A
f ntroduction Esther Lynn
li Miss Esther Lynn Baraz-
of five
selected as one
been
zone ii "my very special
guest" at the QewJston dinner "charter students" in the nationto
h Ii receive a full scholarship at
Friday probably thought the
pretty blonde was "very special" the challenging New College,
r only to young Whitelaw. which opens In Sarasota this
is for
scholarship
Her
The truth: Is, In all Florida, /ear
board, books and tuitionfor
there is probably no more room
11-month terms at
"very special person" In the three
i i New College, thus assuring hera
full college education free
Miss Barazzone Is an A student
i at Charlotte High School

I. She has won awards in Spanish,
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music and mathematics. She Is
THE 1964 TIGER BASEBALL SQUAD Include Bible and SmUt Polhlll; standing, Coach a member of National Honor

I) I' *, kneeling left to right, Mike Minlns. Ernie Hill Ronnie Olden Al Morrell. Cat Society, Quill and Scroll Student -
t Gary Redish Jesse Buslck Bobby Hue BaUenllne, BW Flrr.,. Mike Fletcher and Congress and was local: +
. ,_._
a ... .....
Mandy Morrell, Bubba Schneider Jimmy Steve Schneider.-STAFF PHOTO. end district president of ParaMedical -- -- -- ---

1 Club She was president AMONG THOSE ENJOYING the archery contest finalist Included Crofut 125 POints, Aidnh
of the senate at 1963 Girls Saturday afternoon at the Fair Grounds 298 points keel Knedler 146 points, Cecil
13
I Tigers win lose State: a member of the Governor'l were left to right Hank Andrels Gordon Cro- points and Holmes 161 points of i poujk I
""I' one one Youth Advisory Council
I and one of two girls to! repre- fut, John Cecil and Bill hound The first fin 486 total polnU.-STAFF PHOTO.

lent Florida at Girls Nation'slast
blow in Ridge year State cattlemen to RONNIE LEE OFF U.. S. Army
one games New College In Sarasota Is TO mE ARMY Jimmy Eden of South fe I

Ii planned as one of the moat exclusive meet in Ft. Pierce Ronnie Lee son of Mr and teton will become
i ,
t Ronnie Olden was breezing college In the nation; aaoaia;
: $ along with a no-hitter in Lake Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston Fla. Mrs Marlon Lee will leave next with Pattison Funeral lion,.
scholastic '
it will have the highest
Cattlemen and dairymen are of In the placing Lee.
for tour duty
Thursday, March 26, 1964 week a
; Placid last Tuesday afternoon
i ESTHER BARAZZONE goals and will be as mod- slated to hear reports on latest
I' i until the sixth and lost 7 3
y Inning era as the space age in whichit research findings and to observe
( i on a one hitter Hill for "his hard work and excellent cornea into being. The five the results In plots at the
d I) Coach Ernie Hill laid "We attitude." Track teams tie for second charter" students will each Agricultural Experiment Stations .
: ,' just gave them the ball game" Mandy Morrell again hit two receive scholarships to see them Indian River Field Laboratory
ii A scratch single by Bobby for four. Olden Al Morrell through college and they are at Fort Pierce April 1. u''
I Driggers in the bottom of the Bible and Polhlll also hit safe place in four-city meet Thursday expected to create the spirit of Highlighting! the field day will provod

fatal Inning and three errors ly, in the extra inning gem the New College be a Dutch treat dinner at 6;30 .
i 1 let seven runs cross yard relay Clewiston third I
while Qewlston picked up two College Robert J. Norwioe, announced David Jones associate ;
t Ft. Meade 300 100 01-4 High Track Team performed place. agronomist
I ; runs in the second, and one In Miss Barazzooe of Port "with the Florida Agricultural -
much better than
;\ the fourth on seven hits. The Clewlston will place ArcadiaIn their expectationsIn 440 yard run, fickle Campbell Charlotte and Mark WhIttaker Extension Service will act
first meet of the
year 60 seconds fourth.
a double-header at SugarlandPark of Bangor Maine as the first
\ only extra base hit was by as master of ceremonies. Featured
at Belle Glade
,l .: Jimmy Bible Connecting: singles Saturday, March 28, starting Thursday nightBaker 180 yard )low hurdle Cann two "charter students." "I am speaker will be Dr. T J.Wnha .
I j were Mike Mazzlna, Mandy at 1:30: pm. Lake Placid felt the track team 22.9 seconds: firat. sure they will beat exemplify head of the Agricultural
\I Morrell. Al Morrell, Mike will play In Lewiston Tuesday would hold Us own, which It 880 yard run. Frankie Robertson the spirit of Intellectual adventure Experiment Stations' Animal
: Fletcher Smltty Polhlll and March 31 at 4;00 p.m.Boatacadera did the surprising results cameIn 2;24, fourth. and leadership that the Science Department at the Unlerslty -
I Bobby Hare. the field events which Clew- 220 yard dash. Al Morrell New College graduate will be
\ of Florida who will talk
Iston Is entering for t the first 24.2 seconds first "
Clewiston _.__ 020 100 0-3 ? expected to nave. the Feeder
CewJ on subject "Producing -
get time this year. Teams represented ton took second placeIn
The blonde In the
pink
pretty
Lake Placid .. 000 007 x-7 Calves for Profit."
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wish for Stuart, Belle Glade, Pa- the sprint medley. dress who sat at the. head table
menu hokee and Clewistoa at the Th Clewlston team will travel Presiding over he field day
Friday night the Tigers won at the Future Farmers banquet,
'..I' another Ridge. Conference game Detailed plans are shaping up meet with Belle Glade finishing to LaBelle today for a meetat content to bask in the reflected which. will get underway at 2;30pjn.
defeating Fro tprool there, 5-2 for caring for :and entertaining first Clewlston: and Pehokee 3:30 p.m.4H glory of her escort, the state Lucie will be Hugh Wbelchel. St.
the members of the Okeechobee being for second and Stuart County AgentDr.
behind the three bit pitching of FFA president, was indeed a
'I little Mandy Morrell. Mandy Waterway Boetacade on their last. Going Into the final relay Girls Club "very special guest" and it will .J. R. Orsenlgo Everglade!
... received the clutch blow from May 16 overnight stop! In Clew event either of the top teams be nice to remember that she Experiment. Station, Bell* Improved
lston. could win the meet with Th 4-H Glrla dub met Monday Glade, will be the first to repost -
Ms big brother as AI hit a grand- a was in our midstAudubon
first place. afternoon. The girls received his findings on the use of The one en..top Is a world famous legend
> slam homer over the fence In The Elks Lodge has agreed to
s the third .Inning Bill Farrar relieved provide the dinner and the use Clewlston! scored In the .following the checks and their dresses refugein herbicides In pasture establishment TIll ere below M Is the same Itgontf radnlgnsd Into an ill n.e stalks
( { in the late Innings for an of their Lodge ball for dancing events: that they entered In the county wagon,
excellent relief aunt afterwards. Members of previous Broad Jump Al Morrell 202", fair Martin countyForty Following Dr Orsenlgo will be H his the deluxe Inferior appointments and somtorliblo ride of i hpiMtngtr ..
t boatacades requested that Th Dr. A. E. Kretschmer Jr., of tar ,i .tirrin six big adult plus' moro luggigi and Minlf
first; Mike Mazzlna 10'liy4", girls plan to leave at 8 .
i Mandy hit two for !four; as acres of unspoiled: the Indian River Field Lab meet thin you tan Imagine. tt t ,owor 4 by Amtrlta only" IUMWovorhoad >.
j : did Ronnie Olden and Al Mor the menu at Clewlston, if second, Doug Rudd 19'W, o'clock March 30 (Easter Monday swamp in Martin county has who will discuss late fall nitrogen tim" ensues.tnt high torque Tornado CMC...offwi optUniSutras
poMlble include 1 barbecued third. -a school holiday) for a such it lutomitlo trintmlulon, front .,
rell; Fletcher picked up the been transferred to the Audu- fertilization of mature Independent luipwilM
r' only other Tiger 1Ilet1.Clewi.ftca chicken, corn on cob end ked Shot put, Al Morrell 43'2", beach party at Fort Myers oon Society by Mrs Cynthia pangolagrass power staring and pewee brl_... But the all new Wigonttr Ii nillr I
watermelon and arrangementshave Beach. and grass variety, ''.a,'vthlolo' at had
first Two '
; Doug Angel M T" fourth; ladles and assistant }
user Earle Prescott Ariz
,I .,. winter
004 010 0-5 annual clover and
Frostproof _,-._ 000 011 0 2 been made to serve these Bo Lindsay 37'4" third' County Agent Jerry Flint willchaperon and her brother Dryden Kuser, sum- The '"..,' Wagonoor,go.t up ship hlllt, aver rough niggtd (limit
-
mer-growing
; highly rated items that night Discus throw Doug Angel them. legume tests. and through' sue and mud that leave ether recd htipltM.And ieed. .
Sussex, N. J., memorialto
a* a
1 Mike Mazzina opened they Tbe city commission has 110'. fourth. Gayle Torberi and Christine their parents CoL and Mrs. glades Dr. H. L. Chapman, Jr., Ever. slippery turns that cause nihtilllng' and skidding, H hugs the rod..
Experiment Station at badltloesl'Js.p'bastion
game with a home run In Ft. agreed to permit overnight 120 high hurdles Dennis cam Curry will go to District: Event Anthony R. Ewer The land becomes
Belle Glade will conclude theafternoon's & The Wg mass. to 4-whoil "Drivipowor.."* An tour whtitt art *,
pn
I Meade Saturday night but the camping! by members of tbeboaita IT I seconds second. Day alone with the county the Kitchen: Greet' Wildlife
I reports. !with discussions whools Instead of "fort two. Tik a dimonitratlvn dries .....Trial
.1 r Joy was abort lived an the ade on the area, adjacent 100 yard dash. Lindsay, 10.2, council delegates oo AprI11o.1LThey Sanctuary and Is rich In
of the use of molasses Mm drivtn a tar that tin do the things this one **n.KMmmrt .
Miners, cam back with three to the lake and canal entrance. first; Al Mann 101 seconds, win also b* chaperoned wild plants and animals. It IS .
it,. I runs la the bottom of the In This permission covers only second; Mazdas, 105 fourth. by Mr. Flint and a chaperone adjoins; the southern boundaryof effect a pasture supplement and the Jeep eam anAnan
ir: ". ning. Al Marred was the victim this event. The rest room and Mile run, Gaynam Rackstraw. from LaBelle. While there they Jonathan Dickinson State of nitrogen on pangola- discover. 4-whMl 'AfVCDOWR'WALL "
<,i of the uprising. Bubba Schneider shower facilities of the city attbe'Wa1.de will perform a comedy skit for Park and lee near the confluence grass bay quality NEVJ'EEP' WAGO1.JEERrwMvri. .
l i! ;: pitched brilliant in relief and : Park are availableto the, 4-H members. cf Kitchen: Creek and the .. N Wee.-.r.Mime_...enqs.p..v.d
: received praise from Coach the ( Torbert aN.eeseer.5 aene.I-er.e-e.
campers. Gayle : reporter). Loxohatchee River.
':' Bowlingnews Lot for sale

I Block Oewlston, J'la.Lot SUGARLAND MOTORS

See the following Mobile Homes on display at ,the For W information write 21 841 Sugarland Hwy. Clewiita

Mrs. Dollle M. Powell
y Box 94 8e*'Jeep'vehicle hi'action, In 7:00 P'*nTB '
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES112'x6O'
4 I Happy Team XII league Y-0..U. Eagle Lake. Fla. 33839 BSUHIB97 V SUIT Monday & FridstFrank's

StandingGlades .....
Marlette 3-bedroom $6,850.00210x50' .
Restaurant __ M 48 ,
Marlette 2-bedroom fr. kit., 4.450.00 Poteshnfck'Badgett M 51
r Dan's Dragline' Service U 44
: 2-10'x55' Marlette 3-bedroom, fr. kit. 4,950.00 A&W Root Beer _, 49 U Make "Extra" Easter Specials

1-10'xCO' Marlette Commander Deluxe :5,995.00l10'x43' > Handicap High Bowes Money
Jenny Hendry ____ 21* _

'r 2-bedroom Marlette "Holiday House" 3,475.00:> Jean Llneberger Vann -i,..,___ 213 210 610,,,,uInez without Extra Work! WILSON'S

Jenny Hendry _, 568
.;. h 1-10'x50' Marlette 4,77500:> Ruth Tlllman ......, -.. 531 Make your money work as hard aa you do.

t \ 2-bedroom Double Tip-out, Demonstrator110x55' Ines Llneberger HUH Scratch_. Boeres_ 484 Our high rate of return will add up regularly to KERITE 3th. Can S9t

t; Marlette 3-bedroom, Itf baths :5,150.00> Jenny Hendry 178 _? help build your insured savings quickly and effortlessly -

1-Belmont, 10'x50', 2-bedroom. fro kit. 3,950.00 Frances Carlen _.. 178 471 I Open your account with us today I ---
i. IDea Llneberger .._ 16S _
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", 1-Cranbrookl0'x51Y, 2-bedroom fr. kit. 3950.00 Jean VIllA -T-TmUiU, 16$ EARN MORE NOW! GREEN GIANT ,

:- :, l-Cranbrook,10'x55', 4575.00 Jenny Hendry ...,,_ mul 439. BRAVO "

corn ...._ 6 cans 89 Corned Beef 39
+ 3-bedroom, Bank Beds Lake Bowling league HOAf u---:,__

1-Esquire 10'x55', 2-bedroom, Itf bath 4sro.OO lo Clewiston Federal DEL MONTE
1. U. S. S. C. Oewlaton, 63; o STOCRrON

t Low Down Payment Bank Bate Financing 2. Fr eble, 63.: S, Ofceelanta 87; e4yde Tuna Fish 2 for 2 for 29
: ; 4. W. T. Grant 36, 1 U. S. S. ; I r;': Savings and LoanAssociation -. .. .. 49t Catsup __ _'_ __ __ ___
1- U.S. 27 East YU 2-2661 C.. Bryant 81: 6. WOWY.; 7.
:Belle Glade Herald, 37; 8. Van-
.dergrift & Wms.. 36. ySI. s % $
.t 1\i
Also on display The New R nR-R: o-m High team set-Trostle. 2,. '' ctlro, .s ZKOu

451,, high team game U. S S. dozen 9J

'1' The Cabana on Wheels C.. dewiaton 868;' high indlvldual '- Sit J:.'Tntars ATS. aaww... FUrlda'
..ri set,Wilbur Mlncey, 601;
J: Ayr, Jwdllgl' : individual
high came, WilburMlncey. rry KIST CUT
223. BLUE PLATE

i I !,; 500 set and/or r BOO came: -.I" Beans --__ 2 for 33t Salad Dressing __.Pte 2
Vance Broom. 817; Jimmy ;Vt 4A Vt ', __
,
Johnson 203, 589; Jerry Par SUGAR CRIE1t: WHams
.i ,The demand for fat son 514, J. B. Jones, 500; Sid TENDRIZED Whole or
ney Smith 222, 548, Wilbur Lb. 29 L lb. 49%
!b and stocker :Uincey 223. 801; Younge Cinch, I lWMlY -uuu __ Hams _____ _u __ _
205 114; Curtis Thompson. 849,

''U r U cattle U heavy Perry LADIES Rigdon, 200.OF LARK IN.MlLINAWIYFII'EE Pork Chops -.. Cuts 59t 39a u.s.Chuck CHOICE Roast __ __ Lb. 49

_
j Buy only the Sport Shop ..._ 76 36
Old South '_ 6955 42% ff' FREsH GROUND
r -' '\1. s. s.'Co ._ 63K 48% RIB II BRISKET
cattle you want J3aldree' .50 a Hamburger 2-lb. 99 Stew 2-lb. 69%
u.
Wilson Lumber 49 13 A.? __ ___ __u_ --'

:Canebrake 48% 13% GA. GRADE> "A"r
L Har. Lumber 44 06Parkinson's SOUTHLAND st1PREJ4E

454 86% AL FULLER's'aiiq Baking Hens u__ Lb. 4S Oleo 2FRANK'S -Ib 39%
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; -Sale. Every Monday at 1:00: P.M. High Scratch Game Bastes Eerie un

s Lola Richmond ?,.... 182 ? '
Locke Campbell _. 180 499 (e.!

Dora Louisa Belcher DeArmas_w.. 172_ 443Thaine _, & f) Paint Store|

Richardson ,- 431
'' GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. High Handicap Scores! Complete Line of Paint, and Supplies

Louise Campbell ,..... 224 631 Phone YU 2-3281
Lola Richmond ._, 210 GroceryulMarketPH.
rasa WT' MOZI Belle Clad. FU. Louisa DeAnne .e... 583 1144 E. Sugarland % Clewiston Fla. |

Sherry Tales Richardson-,200 Ferrari 863 560 4I't'4A 4n ..,. '' '" nJ 1-1411 :00 Owm AND OrwTRp 0-1461
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Oewbtion.: Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven
Thursday March 28, 1964
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ADS M Holland opens campaign office


Senator Spessard Holland has palliD speech Saturday, addressing j
opened State Campaign Headquarters the Democratic Women's ,

FOR RENT-One bedroom furnished FOR SALE--4!: inch plastic flower at 150 N. Central Ave Club of Broward County at a i I
CLASSIFIED RATES: Four Apartment 75.00 per pots 4 cents each 35 for Bartow with Merrill WinsleU! In.cshare. noon luncheon In Fort Lauder. '
cents per word per Insertion. 70 month. One to two persons only! $100, while hey last BartolL dale which was opened to) the)
cents minimum charge; tour Insertions YU 23421. tIc Wagon Trail Moore Haven. Holland made his first anv-. public. "

for the price of three. Mar26p
FOR
RENT-One bedroom ef
PHONE YUkon 3-1201 ficiency apartment utilities FOR SALE-Used House Trail

furnished. Couple only. Phone e&'. 1963, ID'xS 3'$500 cash and Garth :
r Persona whose. names appear YU W881. tic take up payments. YU 2-3421. J L. Lewis j
fett In the elani/ted ads
may pick np two passes to FOR RENT-Furnlshed cabins tic General Contractor

he Cixto Crystal Theatre and trailers. Johnson Fishing GLADES MERCANTILE COM
compliment of the News Camp. YU 2-1181. tic PANY authorized Singer Sewing : --- -- ------ New Construction Additions

and Theatre. Panes must be FOR RENT Machine dealer's agent will HONORARY MEMBERS OF FUTURE FARMERS PROUD r
_DB SALE OR RENT-New du caned for before Wades. room house.-333 Furnished E. Pasadena.four service sewing machines in LY DISPLAY THEIR PLAQUES at the annual Parent and Free estimate on any job '

1 plex, three bedroom. Car- day. See or call Mrs. Blair at dewIston Oewlston area every Saturday. Son banquet Friday nlvak. left to right Robert W. Kelly, representing
Location: ObIspo St be.een Motel Available after- Phone WY 6-5639. Belle Glade. Kelly Tractor Co., Richard F. Baker representing Phone: Belle Glade WY 6.6069

Corona and Padres Sts. DEMAND GREATER April 1. tie Oewistoa Lions Club and gaud M. Glddens. representing
THAN Apr2c
? collect Lee Wilson. 844Sl -' EVER for houses, acreage, FOR SALE Apartment size Oewtatoa Klvaals Out>> and Richard L. P.,.. ASCS effleenaaacer 655 SW 2nd Street
take Park, Fla. ttc FOR RENT and 3 room furnished ..
former advisor
businesses. We have customers gas stove. Good condition of the chapter. Unable to be present
REAL ESTATE waiting. List your property withus. 1271., apartment Phone 2- 3500. Phone YU 2-6271. tfo to receive his plaeqne la person was Joe M. Hendry who
RTHSIDE borne or Invest- J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU arc was also honored by the chapter.-STAFF PHOTO.
ment property priced consld- 2-7501. tfe TWO BEDROOM house for rent YOUR CLASSIFIED: AD- here
will be read by hundreds. Off. 844-1353
lably under market Furnished or unfurnished. 512 8
West What have you to sell? Or what Future Farmers select
fonTHSIDE-3 bedroom frame Trinidad. Mar36p Be. VI 8-2683
Immaculate. do you wish to buy? Try one for
furnished. FOR RENT- Quiet aircondl- results. Phone YU S-120L .
bedroom frame

l 9000.RTHSIDE-2 room Honed with and kitchen heated privileges sleeping if FOR SALE Ironrite Ironer, five men for chapter honorsSome

CREAGE as available. desired YU 23421. tic gas hot water heater at giveaway Thurmond W. Knight

ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM.' 2 m prices. Call Earl Morrlaon. one hundred parents, Lions Club, represented by its
bath frame borne Hardwood FOR RENT-I'umIabed trailer Mar26e honorary' members and other
president
Richard F. Baker; "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"
Dors.S R.tt with large Cabana room. Call guests Joined the Future Farmers Kelly Tractor Co., represented
George Jepson
FHA HOMES In Brcward. Q YU.23252. tie for the annual Parent and by Robert W. Kelly; and Joe M. Thurmond Knight Realty. Inc. orricBi
Palm Beach and Dada counts SPRING SALE ON PIANOS-4 Son Banquet In the Ag building! Hendry, of 2010 Avenue E
FOR RENT OR SALE-2 bedroom Hendry Tractor BM SWM..., mlon B...kWM
IUl nTATE
various sizes and prices. fOR RENT trailer. Sleeps S. With uprights, reconditioned. 1 lit \the High School Friday night. ,Company. Mr. Hendry was unable | .... ....... FI.lda Riviera Beech
nan cash payment Aluminum Cabana and Spinet repossessed. 6 Spinets Following an excellent steak to be present to receive
OR RENT- Efficiencies and BOOMS FOR RENT- Can YU room. Price Is right Write screen Box brand new, 1 console Piano, supper prepared by volunteers his placquo in pereon.WhItelaw' i I
houses ss available. 24881. tfo XX, dewiston News new. Holdridge- Music YU 247S1 headed by Doe Reid and Dick
Box 1236:
Over 1,000 vacant lots to select dewiston. dewistoo. Apr2c Hooks as chefs, and the Future topic was "Our
: Various FURNISHED apartment for Ito Role In Today's World." He
om for all purposes Homemakers as waitresses, the I
rent Call YU 2-M51 FOR SALE-1M Ford. Call YU spoke and
easily
or see at FOR forcefully
Terms RENT-Small of the
ices. house. Fur- program evening was
(VESTMENT AND. 'INCOME 306 Month Francisco St. lip Dished or u turniahed, $35 2 641. tfc given, telling each the of chapter them should membersthat We said it .a .. .

PROPERTY. Pearl C Spires per month. See Mrs. Sloan. 433 WHILE!: THEY LAST pacagesof Featured speaker was Fred himself set
60 MONTHLY RENTAL Recent E. Trinidad or call H. P. John one dozen S"x5" scratch D. Whitelaw, Jr., president of a foal In life and strive 'b
CBS construction: :$25,000. FOR RENT-TraUers and Trailer son. tie pads for only 25c. Place I the Florida Association of Future towards study. "From it with hard work and two months? ago.
time to time
0NO TERM low interest spaces. Royal Palm Trailer scratch pad in every room of Farmers. Elected as honorary your
goal may change, but it is
farm, cane grove and ranchortfages Park. Phone YU 22603. tfo the house for convenience The members this year wen important. in the fastchangingworld very .
minimum $50,000. dewlston News. tf Richard. L. Pap. former chapter '
APARTMENT for rent Three today, LISTINGS NEEDED advisor as 'vocational person "Better residential lots fast"
agriculture going .
are
rooms and bath. Phone YU FOR SALE Parakeets, $100 has a goal and 'works hard toward .
J. M. LANKFORDReg. teacher \the Klwanls
: "
24621 318 North Francisco Itc it, he said. I
up Mynah birds, African lovebirds
Real Estate Broker dub, represented by Its presi
530 East Sugarland Highway. FOR RENT-New 10>x48' hotaw monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet dent Claud M. Glddens; the Miss Tilly Hlgdon Chapter Today they are almost gone. Better act
Auto and General trailer with two bedrooms boarding. Thompson Wild Sweetheart, delighted the audience l
Insurance and aircondtUon. By week or Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- with the song "I Enjoy
IFire Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 month. YU 24421. tfoI 1236. tie Being a Girl." which she sang now or it will be too late. I

ANNOUNCEMENTS I I MISC.. FOR SALE-14 ft. Runabout GIT with Miss. Cheryl. Lee accompanying.

boat t, "windshield, steering

I WILL DO IRONING In my wheel and Gator Trailer. Like Chapter vice president Har- I
Business DirectoryWALDRON'S home. Gladys Caylor. 805 new. Lonnle :Ford. tfo PIKES V old Jones spoke on Chapter Ac

Francisco. Apr2e REGISTERED CITRUS TREES complUhments, and mentioned J. E. BEARDSLEY .

FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. PEAK briefly for the guests the variety -
SEE US FOBBOTTLED SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom of projects which the chapter REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER '
GAS made. Complete line of M. Tomllnson Ona Fla. Phone Is carrying: on at the
I MEATS AND GROCERIES drapery and slip cover fabrics. RE 5-2786. tic CHAMPP time pasture, beef, cane present and E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2.7501 I j jI

AppliancesSalesService Free estimates. CaD YU 2-5831, ALL MAKES 21" USED 'TV vegetables.The .
Open 7 a.m. to 1 pjn. Van Oothern'f Custom Furnitureand \
SETS. Guaranteed, $Ut5down PERFORMANCE( !
Upholstery tic welcome was given by I
& S to 8 p.m. SlUt per month. LAKE
CO. YU 2-7151. tfoElFfWtEII,1lfOMEr Tommy Akin. Joe Davidson
APPLIANCE
Six Days m Week, POWER GASCORPORATION Hugh N. Allen president was matter of ceremonies
GET and Cecil Akin introduced '.
CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) RADIO TV SERVICE. Carlth- ATTENTION !
the guests. Rev. Victor
Q
ers Radio & TV Sales with
For Your Spur of Moment Tuner gave the Invocation.
Picnics CALL COLLECT service. Nlckell Building, 108 MAXIMUM Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK '
our Miles East of dewtston South Bay WY 68521HENDRY Bond Street dewlston Fla. s. Out of town guests present included 1
Bare Beach Phone YU U<<1. YOUR PHIL. LUXURY ATJ Mr. and Mrs. C. M. TO THE FUTURE AND' !
COUNTY CO DEALER. tIc Lawrence. Wauchula; J. R. ,

Attention Cattlemen Title & Abstract Co. WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN: 4 MEDIUM PRICE I IMERCURY Spratt, ,school Mrs. board Blanche members) McCormick WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING

Title Aker.da-'I1I1. Insurance up to S years old In my home. LaBelle; Future Farmbers representatives
few I Ia the time U eensolldats Fable Steaerrapher Fenced-ln yard. Phone 2-6431. from Moore Haven 4 Law Cost Term Mortrate
oar debts with a Ions term Photocopying: Duplicating lto and LaBelle Miss Esther FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
; Lynn
irm loan low Interest rates, Bride St and Part Ave. | ( Will Furnish Cash. TeRefinance
with LaBeUe Fla. P. O. Des I4ORance < WILL care for Invalid or senile Barazzone of Port charlotte e debts.

64261 persons in the home. OXtord WAITRESS WANTED-Gladet Chapter officers this ;year are e Finance farm Implements, new buildings, pwehase -
Federal Land BankSee 4-1796, Ft Myers. AprtoIF Restaurant See Tony Toulls. Joe Davidson, president; Harold wind Machines and Install Irrigation.

or Write EVINRUDESales ITS UNIFORMS see us first its Jones, vice president; Cecil e Assist. la purchase ef a farm, greve er ranch. I
Nurses Beauticians Waitress, Akin, treasurer; David Hester Fnrehase mere land.rroTlde I
W. E. HAT Maid Doctor's and Barber' secretary; Joe Ted Willis, sentinel : capital funds for the farm enterprise.

l i 118 Wal ald Bafldhu and J ServiceNew jackets. The only uniform shop ; Dale UcCalL reporter; ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
Bradmton. FleddnHATCOCK'S for miles around. LJNNIE'S and Billy Crawford, chaplain, HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
sad Used Motors UNIFORM SHOP ISM Hendry O r. I. Lower payment
Marine Hardware Street, Fort Myers. Janltf I. tenter terms (UP U St years). I
Farts and Aot'........) S. Dependable service (serving agriculture exdasiTely
BLUM ft SONS PLASTERING. since 1111).
ALTO Marina Safety EqatpsMat I
SALES SERVICE
SHINGNTo 4. Fall prepayment privileges wlthert penalty.f. .
Best Work V
Very
RESTAURANT SERVICE ..... TOaai M1U local ,
We Saw You Money Lean serrlee by local people familiar with ag
OPEN ALL MIGHT Plastering Simulated Stone OU cottars.If I
_.__ Wo ever CUoe R. E. WALDRON Stucco-Free Estimate HUP WANIEU I MH[ ; ". ea. W ef serrlee to yea please write er pheaa I

Licensed and Insured I i Boots Guides Gas Ice W. R. BUT Mgr. er DOTLB E. ABBOTT, Asst Mgr. j

William Electric For prompt.' Efficient: 25 Years Lora In Business Street EXPERIENCED: drill rig spec.aloe Fishing Tackle Supplies Federal Land Bank Association I
$850
Borne delivery' wanted at once. ;E and I, I
Iftm,. Repafes. All ApuUaaees Fort Myers Fla. Ito Inc.. 3000 W. State Road 84, Johnson' :
OF TOE IILUII WILD Hendry
KcMcal Ceattraetaag t-0171 or OX <4-2874< County
ED Fort Lauderdale Florida. Tele, of Bradenton I

[mu. WmiiB ..... I-USI Call Bobby GiddensTV 10 FREE Piano lessons with phone) LUdlow 1-6700. Ito Motors, Inc. Fishing Cle-wiston Camp Flo. PHONES 742-SMl BRADENTON, _FLA.

-im any upright piano purchased Dan McCarthy: I tararlaad BJ ay ClewMoa I
from now: tU April at Hold-

Double "A"Roofing ridge Music. YU 2-47S1 Oew MAN WANTED to manage and .. ,
Tampa Tribune Iston. .Al/l'ZG operate a retail Watkins route
,( In this area. (Would consider

sad lady 40 to 60 years old) Earnings OPEN HOUSE'L: :

say d $123.00 per week from .
Licensed Ft. Myers tits very beginning.\ For personal ,
in home,
Interview your
Bonded News Press write Mr. McGarity, P. 0. Box 2 NEW MODEL HOMES"I'

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627 WUUston. Florida 32696.Mar26
tree KttJmates ea AH Types Home Delivery ( c Located at Olympia St. on Alverdez Ave. 2 Blocks West of Hospital I
Rooting and Fainting W. 0.. CAMPBELL:
Phone YD 3-1131 Phone 2-2711 ENJRGE'nC'11I4: ambitious
ASTON man wanted ice operator of

JU. fflfccetegos for I Safe Independent gasoline station. I
-- Must be wining to re-locate and
I
I SALE-=-14- Marietta have background. Prefer man
FOR !
I REALESTATE.poeIaI Trailer KTiSV. Two bed with experience. Bend brief re-

I VateeaFKANX office rooms.hours.Like new.YU 27501.Phone Apruc during urns Carder.d Rt eiperlencw 1, Box to SJ,Harold Lake i a 1 II I,

II I Placid, Fla. Mar26o I '
DENMEAD:
tonntoFord
Realise I

Avs. FOR SALE ODe Amaea upright
111 J: XI Fssa 540 Acre
food freezer. Phon YUMaw.
OewfatM, Fla. TV I44S1 Mar J8c Adjacent to dewistoo.
Cleared. Suitable for
ad Very profitable General Merchandise. business to color FOR SALE-Pn7 ch envelopes. sub-dividing
section cl JDCUalltown, J'1a. Bndldln&! land futures and printed with form for social Fronting US. 27
:coooir Included in price. This 11 a deaA operation and Nets withholding and other Frank Deuaead Realtor
.00
security
per J< r.loogpd. : ,
deductions.: Box of 500. dtwlston ,
lot, iol Mdt afde News office. u 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS
aoomereial :=
+ u .
i
"wilent apartment xr duplex site FOR SALE-Packard: sedan. 3 FINANCING
Three beautiful condition, new .battery WANTEDAereageUouesLotl 5 % FHA ,From S3S0Downi
I bedroom ana bath. Lute corner' lot I7SOO.Seetlaas new generator. Ready toterto bdrive. 7 AVAILABLE

cutat. ,
te :
taeey 85. per of acts sand,Long.muck..land.. IS- mflts. South' of Priced to hat Sea at -Chuck- Rentals-Business or on your lot No Down Payment

Wens Motor Co. If Property! APPROX. $ ." PER MONTH INCLUDING PRINCIPAL INTEREST TAXES: INSURANCE n

I For any of these extra special values can 215 Acres Cleared Dade-Monroe j BUILT BY KENDALL CONSTRUCTION CO. -

Frank Denmead Realty WEST PALM BEACH I mOD JU MTU
City '
Rag: Mket Adjoining 309 W. Sugarland Hwy SALES AGENT J. E. BEARDSLEYCLCWBTOtf
8ub- lividing.
TO S44S1 For < YU 3-2941 ,.
Pay to Deal toiA a Realtor Tract Deani.ad Baalter mONK TV 1o'J1I1kLASwIED

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; Page Elght THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewfaton, Fla. board before arriving In Flori k"'l 7 R.env .
,, t Thursday, March 20, 1964R eta He planned to do some sightseeing -
In the Carolinas and then
leave for the Pacific: area before 7,r
returning to Poland within r
approximately 30 days. 1Y

the n' A'v

t I.t: Farmers readyto
j '::1 .: ,
1; IAM + / Wi1M1


i< sign for cane _

M
Sixteen farmers met with .
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County Agent Ted Gallo and at picnic table. and the Moore ci
eating
serving, honorees Haven "
Extension Agronomist Dave W. SUGAR GROWERS Cooperative employees and tn.
I GLADES COUNTY
i to discuss beef, pork and chickenSaturday perlor" HUh School Band which provided mnsle during the dlaini
Jones Friday evening friends enjoyed/ a bountiful feait of )bar-b-qued I
,I { he question of whether afternoon at the Moore linen Sugar House. This photo takes period-STAFF PHOTO.of

3 : ; there is enough serious Interest from the top of the boilers shows the long waiting line for food
.' in sugar cane growing in the
I area, to warren further activity. public relations and promotion soclatlon, member of the National 1 the University of V
: "' Jones told the farmers that to advance the sales of Tomato Council and memberof Cleo be at borne fat
of is highly the National Canners Association. I holiday "
the growing cane fresh fruits and vegetables in
1'R
specialized fanning, and Is expensive THE FARM T Canada He 1 It active In several Mr. Koch expeCls"
to get Into production civic and social organizations," ,via a fliIht,to West Palea
,' Cane for sugar has never been ; Evans said. I!ext Sunday,
t' '--:-'. tested on lands under consideration : Allen Markham

he said, and In addition CITRUS NURSERIES
there is the problem of getting 1I.; CONNER i named by FFVA Florida' THE
quotas for cane, and the problem ." .. TALLAHASSEE FURHAt
r of financing mill operations. John W. Evans, Ovleda, president production of registered citrus
bbj trees reached 2,306,213, WITH A
nursery F
L. J. Nobles, Jr, and RoyMIller' AGRICULTURThis of the Florida Fruit & Vegetable In '1963 and
alMlms high
sn
Association, today an-
both of whom are entering
J. R. SPRATT, BIGHT, RETURNED THE COURTESIES of W. nearly equalled ithe total of CUURALQELlCTGAS
Into the Immokatee venture nounced the appointment
OF A POLISH GUIDE hit week when he entertained George told of the plans of that cow. The largest and beet tup- Allen Markham, Okeechobee, as registered production for all of
gkrsessowikl, one of the European amides who accompaniedthe and bow they is about beef. We have plied store-CUM-has advised general convention chairmanfor the 10 preceding years Commissioner OR
explained
group plenty of It, but the Russian'don't.
group of Florida agriculturist on a "person to person" are going About it. They have That's western embassies It can no the 21st annual convention: Doyle Conner laid
tour of Russia, Poland and other countries last August. employed Dr. Arthur Keller,of thank another reason longer furnish them with steaks. of the growers organization. today FURNACE r
can stars
George visited all parts of Florida la see the state and visit. Baton Rouge' to mke a feasibility you you live In the your U. lucky 8. and not Ambassadors and the Red aristocracy .- Evans announced that the convention .
the 47 men who were on the trip.-STAFF PHOTO. survey for them on the In the USSR. have the No. 1 priority will be held at the Americana Birthday PartyA C Built for yeornHdependable

sugar mill proposaL When a commodity Is In short when on(there any goods Isnl available.to be had But Hotel. Bal Harbor Miami servlci.,,!
of the group he guided In and Altogether 13 farmers expressed 'supply, you don't put on a big priority doesn't any thing Beach, September 22, 23 and 24, family birthday party was convertible to year V
a mean a
Polish guide about Poland In August He wasa their readiness to sign nation-wide campaign to promote GUM sees no relief "in the foreseeable with pre-o invention events on held ;yesterday\ for Sarah Louise air conditioning! I
guest In the Spratt home, and up 2,700 acres for cane crowing its sale. But U. S. beef is future." the 21st and related meetings on Smith, who celebrated her third (I
had the opportunity to meet and decided to Investigate plentiful so the American Na. the 25th. birthday at :the home of her Low lines-55'' h
Also reported Is
grumbling
returns visit many Hendry county citizens further. tional Owbelles. Inc is planningto all over Russia about shortages "We are pleased to announce grandmother, Mrs. Sara h
during his visit five It boost. Smith. Proud-to-show handi;
a big; of high quality bread and flour. the acceptance of Mr. Markhamto
I In fact, Florida accorded the Florida's. own Mrs. Alto Adams this Important post He has styling
of Florida group visitor Its red carpet treatment.In SPEAKING OF RIDDLES Jr, of Fort Pierce, elected News in food trade publications served in the State Legislators "Doc"on vacation I ate -
Tallahassee Governor Ferris Bennett Cert In the introduc- vice president not long ago indicates more and more as Representative from Okee q
Bryant made him an honorary of the National CowBeUes or- chobee County lor several sessions distributes more 'herbe1 |
"Many American people nevtr tion of his book "Wddle-De- farm commodity producers are U. T. "Doc" Koch left yesterday
realize how very lucky they citizen of the state and'Com* Dee', wrote "A famous scholar ganlrattoo, is teaming up with becoming aware they must engage and is well known throughout for a, week's vacation In with oil.Thermaltrap".
", I _fle to be living' here" was the inlsslaner of Agriculture Doyle sharing a seat In a stow coach Mrs. Leo Mlhelm of Wheat- in advertising and promotion .the state and nation as an Evanston, HI., with his daughter -
emphatic statement of George Conner feted him and arrangedhis with a farmer, proposed an exchange land Wyoming to be cochairmen in order to Incl'elJe101Io active, able civic and 'business Mrs. Foster Crainpton, and exctm
Skrzeszowskl, English speaking tour of Florida, so he wa of riddles to help pass for a campaign to promote sumer' demand for their pro leader. family. Mrs. Crampton who has with extra.quIet bin
"" j Warsaw guide, who renewed acquaintance able to get a close look at various the time. 'When I miss e riddle the 19M program" of "Beef fOC'Father' ducts. "He Is a director of FFVA, been visiting. her husband onUs with'poslake'
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( with J. R Spratt In parts of the state and seethe m pay you a dollar, but Day. It win be a joint This trend Is especially Interesting chairman of the Processed temporary assignment In
project with the Beef
/ ; U Belle this week. varied agriculture since obviously I've had more Council of the National Industry Live to me because. it confirms Vegetables and Sub-Tropical Rio de Janlero, was joined by
t Bkrzeszowskl was one of the A graduate of the :University opportunity than ;you to :acquire stock and Meat Board. the need of many Florida Fruits Committee, and chairman Mr. Koch In Miami last eve Appliance!
Interpreters who toured with in Warsaw, the handsome young: knowledge, "when you mils Housewives will agricultural producers for of the insurance commit ning. They flew to Chicago and
I the Florida agriculturists on a man could easily be mistaken a riddle you need pay me only meat counters ee poster at the services we have been developing tee. He is a director of the thence to Evanston. Miss
I "person to person" trip to Russia tor a young American executive. 50c suggested the scholar serve beef at home urging on Father's them to and expanding during Florida Vegetable Canners A* Cheryl Crampton, a student at Borarland Hwy CM

and Satellite countries last His English is almost flawless The farmer agreed and said Day. Restaurants will be featuring the past three years in our Division f
i August Spratt, a member of the and he Is certainly one of the "What is it that weighs 600 of Marketing.
a in I
slogan"Bring: Dad
tour, Mid he was easily the favorite most enthusiastic visitors In recent pound on the ground and only for a Steak" In a talk to Ohio Vegetableand
i of the croup.Skrseszowskl years 15 pounds 'when it flies?" The Father's Day this year, by Potato Growers Association
is now on his Skrzeszowskl had seen something scholar confessed "I don't
o the way, win be June 21. and the Ohio Hortclultural. As-
V ., t, own private "person to person" of the United States, visiting know. Here's my dollar." I sedation, Al Rotten of Louis-
I.. I I tour of Florida and is visiting; in New York City and touring don't either" said the farmer, Mile, Kentucky, laid It the VOTE m}
.,' Now, about the Russians Recent on
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II each of the some 40 member some of the Eastern seaT "so here's my 50c. line, according; to one product '
t I: reports indicate !they have
J J been hawing another .-rough publication "The Packer" w
very
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A ti! B $ $ $ $ $ it $ I $ $ $ $ $ $ last winter year.following Figures the gathered bad one by think Said retail he: "The today grower" and added must J. R. (Jack) j

the Central Statistical Board that growers must act like i

: show that In 1963 some,1ft'" mil- manufacturers to promote their
Radish Electric lion head of cattle were, "liqui.dated. products with consumer advertising .
: 1; Co."If by Soviet farmers because Citing accomplishments SPRATTREPRESENTATIVE
there was no feed for of the steel I and tobacco industries
v. 116 South Bond Phone YU 2-1601 r
them. That number is, about in carrying their message
\ I equal to ALL the beef cattle In to consumers, he said, "we are ''ire
Offers These$ Saving Specials- Florida. bigger than they are"

I f Besides the heavy cattle To Illustrate what he believes STATELEGISLATURE
23" RCA Lowboy Console TV Silex Toasters ."..... only $5.95 slaughter, there was a startling growers should be doing, Mr.

'I R'possc only $139.9:> only a few left reduction of some 29 Vi million Horton cited aa example of a
pigs' in 1963 Same reason: insufficient grower who brings 100 loads of
'Ir Reverse cycle 1 Ill' Fedders Motorola\ TV .19" feed.A sweet corn to market without
more recent report notes an previous commitment If no one
;;,I ,I' Window air conditioner $149.95 only $129.95I acute meat shortage Is promoting corn the outlets

'Ir ,: Hail 1 New RCA Portable Stereo can't get behind it fast enoughto
Dryer' only
; move it, no matter how low
i J,i 'Ir r(>g. 29D a steal at $21.9:> (Tear to appreciate ...... $59.95 the price Is.
,t On the other hand, if one of A Proven
;ii i $ $ ,' ,t !e $ ,' !II III ill ill $ $ $$M :tI MoeT the outlets is informed in adVance Record. A Sound Program. .

\ so they can advertise and
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merchandise It they could eaU.
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n------ Jy dispose of 200 loads. Background '
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r LASTcount Known .s one of the nation's
Honor graduate of North '
1 pioneers In fresh vegetable Carolina tax'program
'' packaging, Mr. Horton described State Colleqe' ,Sound ; adequc
If You Are Not A Mechanic. essentials -to-
Member
1 himself 1M a grower of 1,500 Alpha Zeta National provision a
acres of vegetables in Florida, Honorary Agricultural Fraternity unnecessary
\: the Carolinas and Kentucky. Member, Phi Kappa Phi, National overlapping agencies! and Pcrams
.
\j'' then you should buy your next used car from out why now! / The Georgia Peach Council Resident Scholastic of LaBelle Fraternity 16

has been told by one of Its for. years "ApportionmentMaintain

V "Chuck" Wells Motor Co., Inc. Not every car Abncr ft. men more' presidents attention to It must marketing give ,Married Member, of Father Official of two Board children, LaBelle current status of fl

Edgar Duke of Fort Valley. Methodist Church track and road funds allotted
:; : traded in on a ,new Chev., Pontiac or Olds is placed VannPh.. told the Council recently the Elected Member: President Alice 1960 our County by vi orousiT c

slate's\ peach growers still have Lambda Alpha, Interna posing further efforts to del*
on our lot for resale. YU 2-5971 a long way to go and we'vt' tional Fraternity '., Real Estate us of,fair representation whi
fI got to build ourselves back up in and Land Economics Is essential t to maintain needs

+t STATE /ARMW marketing the our Canadian product"And Elk Don Legionnaire Our school, road and hospC
Fruit
hr.w lnas gang *
Wholesalers Association Awards programs
Is developing

a ;' 'Only the very best used cars are kept,by us, and Y Rkq th6h a comprehensive plan Cllatlon from Florida Forestry. j I As *Road "


x: then only after going'thru, 'our double .checking ..- button sedation to forestry for outstanding. 1959 contri Better State: Roads In Hend*

Regional!
award from
Florida Wild

; F process. Our name depends on .your getting the work life Federation In wildlife for management outstanding *Educa'tion

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most for your money. THRIFTY Honorary Chapter and conservation.FJJL Member 1960 of LaBelle, Quality EducationConservation.' ; : "


i.' 'PuUic & RecreatkMember
Service

1 If you buy one of our ,GW used cars you will get DRUG Hendry County School Improvement hunting facilities and expansion


the best. It will have been checked mechanicallyand SpecialsGolden Present Board Chairman 6 yean, Hendry County' Expansion areaa.of outdoor read'"

School Board ____
appearance wise. Buy from your quality deal. Member' of Committee which de Agriculture and n InduiW


1 1 er. We currently have a.wide selection of GW used for Chairman Ham Hendry secondary County 1949-50 road plan Development of'iovoroble-

County Water
: cars. Stop in and look around."Chuck" Brown Filletof Conservation Committee 12 lions for expansion


: Ch can 1. Hendry County' Im Future. Growth,
Blue Water Fish provement
Authority
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Wells \otor\ Co.; Inc. Cole Tartar Slaw Sauce French Fries j jTJushpnppiej College Committee(One Year- 2 years as for VJce-Chcdrman Edison Advisory Junior) county meet: the" needs of a 9"1!


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2 Hendry county The Clewiston News 12 Pages i I

State
Attorney Frank Schaub f I,

I captured by deputy Tuesday of Bradenton: ,,was campaigning,In candidate Hendry! for for county support reelection "Dedicated to the advancement of fiend rll County and .America's Sweetest Town" :


In the May primary. VOLUME 37 NUMBER CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 26, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed.. See 148.S, PJt -Subscription $4 00 year
Lputy Semantic* Hen way 80. He gave chase and Schaub atated that his time
aunty was with halted the car near the SugarHouse for campaigning will be limited, ,
E capture of two escaped where he was assisted! by due to court schedule which rrn .
isone\ from the! Deep Lake Glades County Deputy Howard will require his presence in 1 OWA "
Lnp Friday afternoon. about Bowen. The pair offered no resistance court for three weeks prior to commends "
near the Moore Haven and have been returned the May primary He plans,
far House. to Collier county, Dyesssaid. however, to attend (the Hendry
Capture of the prisoners wanted county political rallies unless
to excellent radio the court schedule prevents.
mmunicatlons In the South "Bud" Dickinson

rlda area by Sheriff Earl
Bud
Weaver, Timer Powers seek .,
hard 22 nerving ,
Arvo. it
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sentence for autoft The Okeechobee Waterway secretary of the Association,
three-year Association has adopted resoles said that waterway enthusiasts
Robertson 22. neighboring
and Larry commission
county postsTwo tions commending Fred O.
for break- 1I of the Tampa to Fort Myersare
rvlng) three yean (Bud) Dickinson, candidate for
a are favorable to their
and entering, had truck escaped on men, both well-known and tatlve of the area on,the Palm governor, for his support of the croup merging Into the Okee
m a prison camp road on well-liked In this area have ,Beach County Resources: Development Waterway. Dickinson has stated chobee Waterway Association.
Immokalee. -Naples That night Qualified for county commission Board. He has been active that. "progress and long range v t Plans are being made for local
atternoon
urscay of posts In nearby counties : in Boy Scout work and .It s development of the Okeechobee entertainment and accomo-
the born
1 broke into of the E. W, (Bud) Weaver, Lake former chairman of the Glades I \ sit .e ) Waterway is essential to the dattons for the annual Boata-
Price president 1a "
Ulam District growth of Florida.
Gulfstreain Council; snK cade which will make an overnight
Everglades, one going
nk of and the other In he was Instructor: of adult Dickinson added: "I have for stop in Clewiston on May
front
the scouters; la an active member many years been Interested In 18th. The Chamber of Com
One of the coats -
door.
tack knUad of the Methodist Church and Is the completion of the West Coast merce will assist with this
grabbed a butcher;end Mrs.rl vice president of the Lions Inland Waterway from Tampato event, which was moved from
Mr.
threatened Club. Weaver believe. his engineering Fort Myers. As your governor fall to spring on the overwhelm-
Lane and, Mrs Hannahn. IW I will make lag of
and Mrs. Line experience in highway every possible request participants la
c Mr bridge, and water control last year's Boatacade.
Mrs. Price.
of
the parents
construction and maintenancewill The Boatacade will move
the convicts! Ignored the plea be of value as a board Police take wild from east to west this year
elderly folks not to bed
the member.In starting the weekend events at
and they were bound with w Jensen Beach, where a dinnerat
nearby Martin ride
J from Venetian blinds, how- county, Saturday night
Frances: Langtord'a Outrigger
Timer Powers
to the a former dew- ,
Lane
previous
er Mrs. Police officers R. Inn on Friday night will
small penknife Iston boy, :is candidate for D. Sapping-
j, slipped a County Commissioner from the ton and S. M. Price !were !lead FRED O. (BUD) DICKINSON open the program.
o her dress which was used Boat will )leave,
district! Including Indiantown. for a "merry chase" Saturday Saturdaymorning
work loose, after which they night by a local juvenile who request to our congressional and the faster boats
lied the sheriffs office.Arvo sought to outrun the officers delegation asking for support of will arrive In Ctewlston In early f
and Robertson took two THE EXTENT OF THE PLANT OPERATIONS CAN BE about 10:30.According: the necessary: funds to complete afternoon Local plans Include)
Prices shirts and left in thenei SEEN IN THIS VIEW of the epeninf day at Chip Mill and to Oils project. an outdoor dinner at the Elks
Assistant Chief
1962 Chevrolet. Road Weed Fredacla, lane plant at Kert The conveyor' In. the foreground Sappdngton, the 18 old Howard S. Banta, executive Lodge with dancing afterwards.CRYSTALIZED .
icks set up In Lee, Collier and takes the finished chips from the hopper at right which youth traveled at speeds;year la excess -

>ndry counties) paid dividends. sorts them te site upwards for automatic .loading Into the of 70 miles per hour while
Dycss spotted the car beadg p A, .. chip ears. DlnUngaUhable In the scene are County winding through the northern
towards Gewteton on High963 -
Commissioner R. C. Nowllng (waving) Mrs. NowUnr, ta section of town and came to a r'
BUD WEAVER background and County Commissioner Campbell E Nail, R. halt only after hitting a sign t tl '
L. Adams and Ted GaUo In the orerOlllld.TAFF PHOTO. and losing control of his car
a bad Harbor, to opposing veteran which ended up In the parkinglot
year Paul Rardin, who is seeking his) of the Okeechobee MoteL

6th term as commissioner: from Rotary city-wide Easter egg The case has been turned
the Glades. over to the juvenile court. The
trafficwise Qualifying shortly before the officers have charged the youth

deadline Tuesday, Weaver said hunt to be Saturday morningThe with resisting arrest by running
"I pledge full time effort to the from the police In an automobile '"
Hendry county: cannot be) Job and assert that unity in ; wilful and wanton reckless w
sad of Hi traffic accident recd Palm Beach County 'is Important annual city-wide Easter on the old cycle race: track driving; at speeds of 60-70 t "
for 1963. The report of the and can be achieved to the .- .1J: J jTIMER Egg Hunt sponsored by the across from the exhibition mph In a 21 mph tone; and ;
partment of Public Safety of great advantage of the entire ,.r dewbton with Rotary the Clewiston dub In cooperation Recreation building; all areas will be careless driving and cawing an

e state shows the) county'slongs county." *?' Department will be held marked with red flags accident ENERGY :
death rate, and its per Weaver is field superintendent L1- ____f : Saturday morning at the FairGrounds Over 2000 eggs including The officer noted that the ,
slot fatal accidents are high for Rifts and Clewiston Drainage POWERS according to Woody candy eggs and five prize eggs vouth failed to heed the red OF *
than state average Districts, and has been a Carruthers, recreation director. will be hidden for the youngsters light' and siren and that tho
YeD .
te is 10 4; the state average Glades area for.many years. iston High School and of the grade will be separated Into must hunt alone with the exception car, the faster he traveled In
62; the per cent of fatal ae lie. was for two years represen- University of Florida. He Is 27, three groups and will hunt in of the toddlers who mayBe winding around Pasadena, Osce-
tents in the county was $ per single, and Is owner-manager three divided areas. Toddlers accompanied. ola and Circle drive,
nt; the. state average was 1 _. 01 the Indiantown Gas com: the b *Ve
will hunt on the west aide of
r cent (The mileage death pany. He is a past president of achookra ___ i I
.e indicates the number of unable Kiwanta Club, chair' office building; pre- i;
Judge to the past will hunt north of the office; any
albs per 100,million vehicle: division vocational
man of the
will hunt
1st through 3rd grades
.lei traveled).
guidance committee of Khvanis,
Seven persons were! killed in court mumps is Institutional representativeof r
fatal highway accidents in Boy Scout Troop and a mem-
dry county last ;year: one judge Carlos bet of the Martin County Library School out for K
Acting city
them in a city, the other six Board He is a memberof Easter holiday
aths Dickey was unable to hold court
occurred on highways Church and past
the Catholic
tilde of city limits. Then last Wednesday, being confinedto : Clewiston public schools 'will
Name Society.
of the Holy
''re a total of 228 reported ac. his borne by a casa of secretary. be dismissed Thursday afternoon

Is in the county, and 146 mumps. March 26 until Tuesday
rsons were Injured in them. According to City Hall, he Is Residents of the Clewiston morning March 31, according r h ...
There were 1.489 persons kilt recovering nicely and expects area win 'watch .with great interest to Supervising Principal JamesE.
7J189 injured in tile 143.798 to be back at work by midweekand the campaigns of these Brandon.
cldents reported In the state court was to be held as two neighboring counties as they The holidays are being observed :J
st year. scheduled Wednesday. affect these candidate county wide. '

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.. Thursday Two' March THE CLEWISTON 26, 1964-Sertton NEWS Two Clewlston, Fla. Spring and the purple martins II-It's History Now Dave blot past weekThree Palm land according, who and SugarlaDd to Inve&tlraffd chi his

fellowshipDavid lit
wins cioenL Damage ..
accidents of minor nature was
are here TEARS AGO by the tt1cer at tI1Iinall(
THIRTY investigated during I3S 10
THE CLEWISTON NEWS A. Denslow. Jr, son have been car. DN-.
News A. the last week by the) dew-
Published every Thursday at 109 Cretral Avenue Oewlston, Now. the days are longer than the nights.arrived, (From March Clewlston 23, 1934)A ) of Denslow.Mr and Sr. Mrs.Oewiston.David has talon Police Department Last Tuesday, w- Ida

Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc., s Florida Corporation. This is an officially true statement Spring music been awarded a W xlrwMWJ: Saturday a 1960 Ford driven Crawford was charge* i.
9 Friday, March 20. of Easter lees driving by OffliT
a.m., program Fellowship tor the $ D. Cook of South Bay g
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1B27, at tbt The date Is the Vernal Equinox on the calendar the was presented In the school auditorium PI by Roger Simmons after the
of Congress of exactly equal by Miss Mae Drew, school Jear.Denslow slid on the wet pavement !into across Ventura its
Post Office in Clewlston, Florida, under the Act date on which the days and rights are economics AlletIUt
March 3. 1879. Hereafter the days grow longer, the nights shorter, until the Mrs. M. P. Peterson, Marshall a Earlbam senior College the side of a 1961 Corvalt driv- struck a Mercedes item! *?(.
when the rate is reversed for the winter months. Yenawlne, soloists, and members major at en by Mrs. Margaret\
NATIONAL IjmOltlAl (fall equinox Community Chorus, Richmond, tod., will have full Sd
of the : Damage
X1210: We note In a casual way the gradual lengthening, or Lawler accompanist tuition Land fees for the first was estimated It .
Mrs Mark by Simmons
,4,1'o() IASf C8TIG3NN shortening, of the day, but we have no such built-in time. with and Lawson Jones, violinist year of 'graduate study paid by INCOME TAXSERVICE Bens to the
1' """"". 1111. clock or calendar as our feathered friends. the fellowhlp.A .
ACIIVI The swallows arrived Caplstrano exactly on schedule HUlsborough Monday afternoon
I: announced his graduate of a _
VI MiM8U o 0 (Return Postage Guaranteed) The robins are singing In the north. member. of the Earlham Post, the William D. Ballenger, ft,
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igl10N LN BERYL BOWDEN PublisherS. And the purple martins are again house-hunting in Oliver Scharnberg of student newspaper, during his Tax Consultant Pahokee 'was parked on fa!
Mrs the ]levee and rolled !
H. STALLS Managing Editor Clewlston. of her Junior year. He has been chairman dope
New York "was guest 144 A-enlds Del ale incline Into the S
Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 These cunning migratory birds were delighted this yearto parents-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. of the board In charge of TtTkoa S-TI41 fleer S. M. rim cant
Phone Price
Advertising Rates on application. The management reservesthe find a new apartment house ready for them. It Is a Herman Scharnberg Several all campu* publications during the accident 1nve6lpkt
right to reject any objectlonal advertisement!! handsome three story frame dwelling with gable. roof: the parties were given in her hon his senior year. BusinessPersonalFarmComplete damage to the and estimated.,.
ct THFJ NEWS a""ura** no responsibility for the return ot un- building is painted white, the roof a brick red. The three or during her visit The Woodrow Wilson Fellowships Bookkeeping Ballanger. had car at II.aI.

ollcltrd THE manuscripts: NEWS: ,,or"um.photograph. no flnmiolal re ponilbHitr for typographical stories contain thirty units, and from outward appearancesthe Mrs. Mary Davis started construction have been supported since and cone over to parked the be! 1\1
but If notified totaling $52 million Service locks,,w
commission In advertisement 1957: by grants
error or are all to be occupied. It Is located near the two buildingadjoining
rooms theater
the will reprint coe of the had not set his
.f curb .rron before the hlllt Illu of pepor from the Ford Foundation. parking lire
rectly that part of advertisement In which the error occurred value- story apartment, and both are on lofty perches near the the B&B on East Bug
In the event a time element would render the correction '
rue, the New will reduce the price of the advertisement by an. city hall. arland Highway,
1 amount equal to the percent** .of the total ipmoe a* the erronoui Mr. and Mrs. Martin are moving in, and busily arranging Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenbergof
or oirttted copy represented.Why their furnishings Other finding the goods
martins, apartment Pahokee, opened a dry
house filled have taken up temporary quarters In the city's store adjoining Christian Bar-
traffic lights. Clewlston finds Itself at this busy season of ber Shop.
the year without sufficient accomodatlons for the feathered
en ? tourists who make an extended visit here each spring en- TWENTY YEARS AGO ij'i'
route to their homes in the north. :&
Clewlston News
Perhaps we need another housing development for (From
March 24, 1944))
them.

The Catholics netted 1300 on 64 Jet'smooth Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe((119.In.wheelbase)

r ,r CIOSEDe ROAD f / Religion & Politics the The St.Seniors Patrick's, directed Dance by Mar. R ,

Jorle Bjornsen presented their 1

n Evangelist Billy Graham is one of the dynamic per senior class play.
died at her
"Mother Leydig"
sonalities of the day.

His name is a household word In many capitals of the home Mrs at J.age E. Beardsley 82. and Mrs.

world as it Is in the mountains of his native North Carolina.He Homer Taylor were candidates

has become friend' and confident of Presidents and for school superintendent, opposing e
kings as well as a counselor of the common man. the incumbent, Dr. C. E.
It's not surprising then, that politicians casting about Weaver. G. B. Rackstraw opposed
for a glamorous name seek to lure Graham into this year's Incumbent Tom Hull for .; 'New Chevell Mallbu Sport Coupe(US.In.wheelbase)

Presidential campaign. clerk of circuit court ..:
That fits the pattern In a time when big-name football George B "Frog" Smith wua

coaches and astronauts are trying to translate their popularity corporal in the U. S. Armyat '..
into high elected public office. Kingman, Arizona.

Graham has recently brushed aside political temptation Boy Scouts planned the annual a b tP.. 'k.. >e 'waWdB4 '4h must history repeat itself? If Indeed any was involved.His Camporee at Lake Wales. : .' .'
: Wood- ,
A. H. King and V. C. ..
answer to political "I would
pressure was: rather
Scoutmasters, accompanied -
ward
A great deal of hustle and bustle and considerablework be a preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ than hold any were the boys. Th trip V-v: '

and worry Is going on behind the ROAD CLOSED political office in the world"All was made on the train. (Gasoline
signs which barricade the new lane US 27 from Clewis- of us profit from Graham's decision to stick to was rationed 1)) v t
ton to the Bare Beach pumphouse State Road Department preaching ow the United! States politics and religion are j' ,; '64 Chevy n Nova Sport Coup((110-In.wheelbase)

engineers and crews are trying to repair a new road which rot mixed; success and our democracy stem to a large TEN YEARS AGO
broke up when traffic was turned over It How successfultheir degree from this tradition.-LoVe Wales Neon / .,
efforts will be only time can tell. (From Clewlston News
The' situation has a startling similarity to the breakup Rights Bill" now being thrown March 23. 1954)) ,-

of the Turnpike when it was first opened to traffic. The around In Washington, D.'C. Manuel! L. Garcia was assigned
cause appears to be the same-use of Hmerock from the e Sonny SezThe Our Florida delegation Is to the Clewlston area as B : )

Lake Okeechobee (specifically, Belle Glade) area. The holding strong opposition to its Florida Highway Patrolman. e
same remedial measures appear to be chosen for application passage. How long'and whetheror U. S. Engineers Informed all
on US 27 as on the Turnpike. The.top of the road is new life in the Hendry not they will b* able to kill occupants in houses on the government
being!"sealed off" by applications of asphalt and slag, and County. Democratic Committeeii It is unknown. While .being reservation that houses A '64 Corvalr Mont Club Coups ((103.In. wheelbase)
I going to allow residents of pushed along under a cloek of would soon be offered for sale .
by moving the material away from the edges of the road '
the
county; the privilege of rights, its passage will live by the government
end applying an "asphalt sealer" on the sides to the depth
hearing and
seeing the various the attorney general unlimited H T. Vaughn was speaker .
ol the llmerock base.
offending candidates for office etate their powers which win effect'every at the annual Future Farmers ,; '
Many local residents believe that these measures will cause next month. Individual in the United! States banquet. ;' _- -
not suffice in this location. They point to the comparatively This Is The .
an excellent Idea and Attorney General! and his Fred Slkej. Chamber of Commerce -
low level of the road's surface (lower than "old US 27"), will give I the voters a chanceto Investigators snooping and pryIng president, reported 101 .
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and to the area it traverses, much of which Is not within a see how their prospective over tIM country can and paid up members.St .
local drainage district, and hence has trouble drying out' representatives' la office maneuver .will remove 'what traces of Margaret's Parish sponsored
after rains. They say the water table in the land during before tho critical\ eye Democracy: Freedom and the annual St Ptrlcks '64 Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe ((98.In.wheelbase)
rainy seasons will be raised until water will be attractedInto of the public and of course to Rights we have left.IlETTERSl Dance with Bill Bromley's

the offending lImerock base from below. make their promises! Miami{ orchestra: providing the Chevrolet will to lengthto
,;; The State Road Department through Its chairman, has -es- \ TO THE imnlc. go any
absolved the contractor from blame In the faculty construction Eastern Stars presented Mrs.
of the road Tommy PuUen home on Stella Plrkle with her 23 year
; it said the road met the SRD specifications make happyThings
emergency leave, told of walk. membership pin and she was you
jog into a NCO dub near Hamburg .. showered with gifts from chapters
I The -
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: question being asked locally Is
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Germany and "was amazed. LETTER TO THE in the district In a special have lot Chen'and between partial
After the Turnpike experience, why did SRD use these EDITOR) changed a since a Chevy rolet and (
to Clewlston courtesy at the Eastern: Star .
a News
see on a five whole feet left over)
specifications for the US 27 conshucuonT'Ship The Easter was only a Chevy. Especially your ideas meters with
.. r. table. The clue lead to Bucky Sunrise Service meeting of what the IS-11M<
you want a Chevy to be. Then, too there'i sporty
Hood and they enjoyed "old U to be held at I SJn. on Easter Everlyn Lee was elected presIdent ,
So now you have the Jet-smooth Chen' Corvair so right for so many people(((7"rolet
morning at the Herbert Business and Professional
borne of
rt' )1 More Spend Lest week Hoover Dike overlooking Lake Women's dub. -17H feet of pure l luxury, bumper girls, in particular) that we've uenr
I Your Dollars Go Okeechobee. This to bumper.The size makes it a luxury car. touched an inch o(.It' And finally wj
spot on top"
." But not the price. vette-sbll 14tf fee and still too JI1I1I I
Most of us seem.to get worked of the dike would seem tar be '
Farther on Rea Express Or you can choose the thrifty Chevy II, for true sports-caz lover to say DOto\
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uj> t toe law to d I 6ther than Ea a 15 foot family car with all kinds of The long and short of it is, Youpassenger dooj
Service at erlUm..
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Phone YU 2-2141 For Pikup & Delivery Servlwu Such is the cue spin of our the "Civil Various clubs service organizations Did You Know? and luggage space. have to go to any length to find eow Jed&
1 This choice be kind Want
year,your might Jig ot car you
business, and Individuals I cftt:I
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rollat Bell James HIll Martha :Prater high comprises school approximately 67,000 Monthly reportof there were 192 cases made by public service message where ClewUton, Fla. THE CLEWtSTOK NEWS PIe Three
Honor boy in
Gayle Roland, Barbara and Canadian 2.700 U. S. the Sheriffs Department during public service! had tailed, with Thursday March 28, 1964-Section Two
School McOavtd, Gloria ClaviJo Nancy cited high schools' was Sheriffs Dcpt. the month of February 1964. the* department turning( OVM'13,6p'.83
High Corbla, Nina Duckett. Joe Lee, thousand as follows: 'S/xQ'/ '- e high school young men Department report thai, including county warrants for
Danny Moan, Mary Forsyth. served a and forfeiture Fund.
Junior and 'Seniorwderr tth Grade-Rena Cox Carol which adopted an. eight! point program those cases made by total of 205 arrests. Arrests: were a* follows, one Harlem News

Clewlston SchoOl ctasse. bave 503 Davidson! Derry Wood Lorn- spiritual! stressed growth strengthening the Florida Highway Patrol, The department delivered 17 each for Impropert alert, improper .
and 18.1 per cent of wood Bishop Susan Butchart, our preserving turn, no tail lamp, destroying I
elll made the honor roll for Barbara Clark, Valerie Crotut, Ideals common putting democracy heritage and ) .qH personal property, carrying News of Our Colored Community
the
on 1
week) period. Warren i concealed failureto
fart air Fletcher, Frank Hunt, offensive : weapon
he baIlOr coil 11 divided David McCarthy, Bruce McCoo. leadership, inspiring intelligent report aa accident, improper MRS. JANIE S. CAJADHA Colored Newt Editor '
e Circle and Outer Circle vile Tommy Mann. stressing higher parking, petit !larceny; violation I
Met moral standards by ., Phone YU S-7651
tudento and 0DI11 per coot of 10th Grade-Bill Baird Jimmy mental and physical fitness promoting" ljy iqR" of driver's license restriction
total .tudentl were included ; Crockard. Marlon Crofut, resisting arrest desertion, A TrIbute To Founder D y James Brooks James S. Weston ,-
the Inner Circle require- Freeman Hodges, Bobby Jones, Klwanls International too, improper tag driving on wrong Kearn D. Sanders,, Lenora
n enJ! for which are at least Michael Jordan Dan McCarthy was honored. The organization side of divided roadway Improper The Harlem Academy P. T. A. Weekley Sylvia A. HUl. Herman
i"nitted received a Distinguished Service turn at intersection paid tribute to the Founder of I
Ay and 1 B Jan Wilson, Pat Bat E. Gainous Guam D. Rogers
There were 8S student on the dire Fran Jennings. Award for its 196344 theme worthless check obtaining mon the Parent Teachers Association Marcie McClaln, Ernmit
coot roll 13 of them King to- llth Grade-Cindy Allen. San. "Responsibility" The Key to ey under false! pretense, Interfering with a very impressive LaGrant Jones Whltfietd Clark'
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Circle itudents. dra Bell Jimmy Bible Harold Freedom. Klwanls has 'won atop with an officer depriving program, Monday night/ March Samuel Askew Sellers L Little
By grades the record is: Jones, Elaine McOonvllle, Bill award each year since the minor children of necessary 23. The school library was setup *. Deletha A Rhode
7tt-107, student. 8 honor, Perry Ricky Sexton, Joanne Freedoms Foundation began. sustenance and raiment, aggravated for the occasion, where Miss Third Grade, Miss V. Randolph
3 Wood, Barbara Zemonek. Sandra Circle K International, a col aaupp. assault with intent to F. J. Bryant, school librarian and Mrs. Mamie R. Mc.
.
jtSsltudenta, 24 honor 27 Brasher Janice Carlln, lege men' service organization( ; I commit lat degree murder, attempted displayed a lovely bulletin in Cray; Instructors-Patrick Cole-
erceflt Elizabeth Roger Earl For- also sponsored by Klwanla, received # .=.. armed robbery, breaking honor of the founders man, EmiUe Johnson BarbaraJ
.11-86 students 16 honor H. Sue Guthrie. a George Washington t ...... .. -- ..... :. and entering, forgery auto The following program was Sykes, Judith G Hilton,
Honor MedaLSugarJand .. ,' .
1 theft. enjoyed by a large group of
g'l per cent. 12th Grade-Bonnie Knowtei. Jeanette Keaton, Ann L. Tano-
:10th-M students 12 honor. Cheryl Lee, Mike Mainline, Tom. "---- Two each for escape from parents and friends er, Cynthia Lee. Charles A Burrow

?5 per cent. my Moore Sandra Pace Glen- SIZE OF CHIP CARS OF A.C.L. .Is noted by comparison state road prison robbery by; Opening song. America, scripture *, Jr., Evelyn Clark, Theodore
11:11--13: student. 14 honor, Ice Raulerson, Fred Rlffclo Pharmacy with. maa climbing end *f ear, aa well aa en around, at the force, overwidth beating/ board Rev. L. Holmea; prayer O Mack Manna Saaser,
12 per cent.12th$3 Robert Thompson. Chip Mitt at KeeL The ceaTejer" at light delivers the can bill. Illegal possession! of alcoholic Elder Bank, visiting minister; Marilyn J. Scott,, Isabella Tan
{, students, 10 honor. beverage. Three each for selection choral group, under
PIZZAYU into the hopper (center) where they are agitated ever a
9 per cent wilful and wanton reckless drlv- the direction of His V Randolph ver.Fourth Grade\ Mrs B. S. Boo
which ef
Key Clubber wins screen, through the chips proper she drop la a new
Total 503 student, 85 honor conveyor belt which delivers them (hat top of car) Into the Ing Improper driver's license ; instrumental solo, Mrs bo and Mrs. W. L. Davis UVstructors :
6 9 pei cent. foundation awardKey 2-3311 waiting Chip C.n.-8TA. PHOTO. allowing unauthorized person to Lottie Williams; introduction of Audrey WlllWi.ma.Lester ,
'HONOR BOLL drive, reckless display of firearms speaker Mrs J. S. GaJadha; D. McMillan, Julu
Club International, high violation of right-of-way. speaker, Mrs. W. C Taylor.. Franklin, Patricia Clark ROM
Fourth Sit Week 1G3-lt&I school boys' service organ!' cd= Four each for failure to have Belle Glade. Her subject, "Ex- Mae Crichlow, Mary Jean Horace
tone Circle B allowed) 8th Grade-Randy wants International, has won a 7 .to ockrll! ) Mary Alice Gober, top award In the annual Freedoms minor; six for public profanity piece, solo, "I Walked Today D. DIxon, Gwendolyn F. John-
atrlck Kelly Steve Sexton Foundation Americanism When you want something good .. Seven for driving while intoxi Where Jesus Walked" son, Kenneth A. Jones, Glenda
icky, tiller; 9th Grade-David competition, according to ClaudM. really good to drink, cated. Miss Katie Mitchell. ; remark G. Robinson Bettye A. Wash
loardslej Carolyn Cox. Mary Glide: president of the chances are you think of Milk. Fourteen for' assault and battery Mr W. L. Falrley; remarks, ington.
latb-rlik! Lee, Tony Miller; Kiwanis Club of ClewUtan. Fla. good Can you think of anything that would ; 18 each for no driver' Mr. Homer J. Bible Supt. Pub Fifth Grade, Mr. H. L. Me-
0th Grade-Rudy Barton. Bill! The Kiwanis Club of ClewUton taste better than a tall glass of ice cold milk? license, disorderly conduct; 27 lie Instruction Hendry County; Klr end Willie J. Scott, instructors -
wrence 12th Grad-Chrl sponsors the Key Club of ins! 44 for presentation of past presidents
and for public drunkenness; Vernlta A. Klngcade, Edwin
elly Beverly Preston. Clewiston High School. > And when you think of a healthy drink, unlawful speed.Bolton Mr. Annie Mitchell, present I
M. Mack Pauline Harris
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Outer Circle (lat least IS'*, Tht .award which was pre- you think first of milk. All in all, president; announcements' ,

C allowed): sented to Kenneth Cohen 17, of healthy! Milk is nature's most nearly perfect food Closing song Battle Hymn of Earl.Chanetta Helen Valree A. Lewis Davis, Bonnie Austin O.Littlei .
7th Grade Donna Addison, Ewing Township High School, and a delightful beverage anytime.So the Republic audience!. ; bene Loworn' N. Dixon GV ,

;jj Clark Cle g Hooks .Jim Trenton, New Jersey, on February whenever you think of describes diction. rids M. Moore Brady Hart Jr. I
irandon. Byron Wilder Judy 22. at Valley Forge, came Hostesses, Mr*. Annie Jones
Oood and Healthy-think of Milk. Sixth Grade Mr. W L. Fair-
jiranUey Patricia Pace, Linda for Key Club's 1963 theme, 36 years of sugarBill and Mrs. Emma Jean Crlswell ley and Mr. L. T. Henderson,
.
Sparks. Stefanle Willis. "Fulfill Freedom' Challenge." Refreshment were served in
T ] Derab 6 954All. COUNCIL or SOUTH FLORIDA the Home Making room, Instructors-Leola Hart, Ban.ley -
Dr.
Ith Grade-Emily Batey Kenneth D. Wells presidentof Bolton, general manager prepared Gray; Michael: Kerr. Isaiah
Eugene lime, _. of Wataon Farms, by; Mrs Norvelle Lee and
i Comrle the Freedom's Foundation, --- -' -- ----- Harley gave Hill. Eddie Pope Evelyn Baldwin -
ely< Maddox La Qulta Manna made the presentation. C a delightful and informative her cl.... Assisting in the serving ,
Guy Rogers, Jonas Austin
( Donna Morrison. Bather Key Club International which summary of sugar making in. were girl from the class. Anthony Mack Emanuel Junes,
e the Everglades in a Rotary talk Dwight Jackson Sandra K.

at the weekly luncheon meeting New Bethel A. M. E. Church: Newton, Henry Lewi

-wk Monday Annual Women' Day Seventh Grade Mrs. N. M. I
"The first sugar cane was Lee end Mr. Freddie Jones instructors -
ground In Clewlston In the The women of the church -Connie Johnson, Gloria I
we. 1928-29 harvest seasonend, I am were in charge of the service Johnson Cynthia Kitchen

? a h' oar) proud to have had some part throughout the day Sunday, Roger McCray Ralph B. HL't.! ,
e aPt in the 33) cane harvests since March 22. Guest speaker for Deborah Williams.
that time," said Bolton. In a the morning was Miss Mary Eighth< Grade Mr. Johnny L
flashback of memory he mentioned Hall Williams member of the Morgan and Mr. Sylvester
a few details of life and Payne Chapel A. M. E Church, Humphrey Jr., instructors 'I{
work In the ClewUton area in Weat Palm Beach: A large audience Clara Moore Michael Quintyne, ,
192829. "We were clearing a of member and friends Samuel Simmons, Barbara Wilson -
ditch bank, and Just for fun were present and enjoyed a Patricia Canty, Julius I I
asked the workmen to line up wonderful message Scott, Shirley A. Smith ..
the snakes Wof killed.-head to At 3 p.m. the young 'women Ninth Grade, Mr. G. C. H. j
tall along the ditch bank. of lw church were in charge.At Davis Instructor Wilfred
There /was one and G e-h.U this time Mlas Evelyn Johnson Brewstcr, Charlie HUL.-,
miles of them and many were was guest speaker and the Tenth Grade, Mr*..,11. L I
moccasins. I killed W duck Junior choir was In charge of Black instructor "Francena
with three shots (there was no the music. This impressive HIS Evelyn Johnson'CarolynPope
game warden in those days), aUprellCDt. Vernita Ward FronreneKlngcade I
ceremony was enjoyed by .
and when ,we were building a Scott Evelyn ,
Joyce ,
WINNER sand dike to hold back water The evening services began at G. Jackson f
h from the fields I used my straw 7 o'clock and Mr. Vera Whit- Eleventh Grade Mr. C. A.
hat to scoop up'the nice fat field of Friendship Baptist Burrows, Instructor Bernice
"
bream that gathered where the
Church brought the message .Pope, Leander Weekley
water flowed over the dike and This marked the close of a Twelfth Grade, Mr. S. Humphrejr -
I the 50 workers had a plentiful for Instructor-Alxorb
r great day the women. Mrs. Jr.,
supply far a fish fry Clara Bell Morris, captain No. William, Gwendolyn Patrick
Then Bolton switched to the 4 wa leader in the financial Shoresfe Weekley. Loulie
more serious topic of growth. drive. She will receive her White, Ernestine Mitchell. Katie
a$ ,fex "" l. ew6Pei1N "That ;year there were 1.000 crown at a later date Receipt Mitchell. Dorothy Coleman:
acres of sugar cane the tonnage ,. for the day were in the neighborhood Lots Henry.
11 1Issa was 13 tons of cane producing of S78S t
about ton of sugar u -
one
Rev, I* Holmes, Pastor,
per acre for a ;yield of 7.1 percent Card of Thank
r s.eelYR9hFF. In the 1962-63 season
FORD there were 153,000 acres ben Band Parent Club New We wish to express our sincere
vested The yield varied greatly : The regular meeting was held thanks and deep gratitude to aH
y"; due to location of the cane Thursday night, March 19, In our neighbors. and friend for
gcpgt E and the experience of the grow- the school library. Rev. L. their kindness, during our recent
rs-4rom 4.31 at Talisman to Holmes conducted the devotion. Illness and confinement to
I FTtSEesssm 10H ai U. S. Sugar Corpora Our guest for the evening bed. We are l1'atlefu1lndeed to I
(tion. was Mr. J. R. Spratt who Dr. Allison, Dr. Johnson and
Bolton displayed a map of showed a very interesting film those who gave finance food
on which taken while his of juices, get well cards and all
the Everglades area on tour Rusla. *-
the 1963 cane fields were colored Other guest present were that wa* done in any way to I
showing the extensive Mr. Humphrey and the members make us feel better and happy. 1 ,
plantings and the growth of the of the Junior and Senior May God bleu each and all of
industry in the past few year". classes. The information they you, 1 Is our prayer.;
President Carl Hornsby conducted received will be of great importance Respectfully. ] ,
IT the meeting and announced to them in their studyof Mrs Lottie and Leroy William
DRIVE that Club members life behind the Iron Curtain. a
were needed to assist with the The buslnes was interestingand /
Easter Egg: hunt: on Saturday encouraging We will reveal Hilton's GroceryGroceries
morning. Woody Carruthen, our financial status at a Fresh Meat
ClewUton. recreation director, later date We are asking for a Vegetable \
who Is in charge of the hunt final report on the sale of roll- Cold Drinks Essential Item
stated Youth Center memberswill rite tablets at our next meetIng We Appreciate Your
prepare and hide the eggs, April 16. AH Band Parent PatronageMr.
and will also assist, but aaked are asked to cooperate In this sad Mr*. Thames Bnteu
that four or five Rotarians be Proprietor
drive.J.
on hand to help with traffic S. Gajadha, President
and conduct the hunt Itself.It .
WM announced: that a film Harlem ClubYour
Honor Boil for Fourth
by the
on Scouting, prepared
Gulf Stream Council will be Six Weeks Favorite Mixed Drink
shown a* the program next First Grade. Mrs L. E. Welters Cocktail
week. and Mrs. E. E. Tladala! Instructors Fried Chicken Sandwiches
: -Melbia Galnous Calvin Recorded Music
Popular Band
Caatteberry Walter Johnson
Mr. and Mr*. Will Wallace,
Deborah Weekley.: Vertera
VA direct l Ipans tittles, Annette Wright Randy Proprietor
Freeman, Margaret Clark, Mel-
Vln Robinson. Edgar Kerr Debra -
need waiting
'64 SUPER TORQUE FORD no Askew Vernon Harold Kelly JULIA'SBEAUTY

Veteran interested in obtain, Nathaniel J Cole, Claudette NOOKFor
VA-guaranteed" loan should L. Dixon, Letha D. Weekley.
log
Test-drive that earned Bring You i Better Car: Most know Nat direct loan fund are Eleanor Hill. Catherine Ford. Tinting That New Look
total How Ford Racing Helps Styling CattingN I
John
e performance available and there 1* no waiting Henry Summers, Bruce M.

Ford the winning' streak *n racin his' laboratory.automotive For engineerswhOtellyouthetracklsavaluedg example, Ford racing has led to a better guaranty: list Mid officer Tom C.of David the ,Jacksonville loan- Johnson Second Samuel Grade, Mrs Gray.D. W. Hill Friday' Appointment and SaturdayMr I II

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t coveted t block.> Improved pistons, Improved valve train, stronger Florida Veteran Administration and Mrs. Sander, instructors Julia Sales Proprietor
ory-and won Motor Trend magazine's connecting rods and bolts. Such Improvements contribute office.

Car of the Year" Award! Test-drive a winner to total performance so Important In your Mr. David say his office win ,
everyday drtvtrlg.JBFWHE be pleased to receive: a request! .

1at your Ford Dealer's soonl from any veteran lot the purpose ELITE GROCERY
-4 I. __ of buying or building abom
*. Since there I* no waiting
lilt any veteran requesting: a>
AT YOUR FORD DEALER direct Joan is promptly sent an Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies
1 A TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER application with instruction for
completing and the matter 1* Cold Drinks Clewiston News II
handled much man rapidly
than at some tkne in. the peat Other Items /1'
MOTORS INC Mr. McDavid ha notified H.
HENDRY COUNTY P. Johnson, one of the Direct For Information Call! YU 2-7651
Loan dosing Attorney* of thepresent

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Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clcwiston, Fla. lion pound of canned pork Ish custom: have aimed over a New volumesin colored and circled eggs, tucked by fluffy In little after In scud the jndltl Kid 1 Openlnsf..n, within' Bubeontractors 10 day- .' pm amount tent : het t.Prlt' ?

Thursday, March 26, 19M- Section Two were acquired for the school million obscene American books and Raster bunnies may obtain document' .'.

lunch program. Approximately and magazine public library will chicken delight the children.:. by which paying runt will reproduction/ not .be refunded. cost detached.,fi""i.II, a04: ':ykal. "

103 million pounds of chopped: Now we know why DeGaulle Around the world for centuries Documents. may be examined free So quell ryIn tr"ID Oh caw.., ,
LaBelle. He will use the varieties meat have been purchased during isn't too friendly anymore: of chance at the Architect. of- menla au Igbl St
fictionJunior r
have been exchanged '
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junior .
Winter Haven men !the other two have chosen. the current fiscal :year for America has cut Into one of dyed eggs tho ti. D:2w BlDllpm rxhYlJl nl
during must be
as gift Each proposal ) accompanied
The three men plan to plant citrus needy persons. Currently, this! France's best source of revenue. Fictlon-My Side of the of new life by a Certified Check, period of thiriya'mTN' .
which, will mature at various spring! as a symbol Cashler-a Check or Bid Bond l y
product along with a variety The the datewasBid. ar
Mountain Jean George; awakening from Bidder and Surety set for the ,
and nature' executed by the
I planting groves times, giving them a long of other foods, 11 1 being distributed e e Tough Winter-Robert Lawson, of winter. Company licensed to do bust-. .. oRI4HTto .
season. to about six million !individuals. Also In London-Mrs. Annie Hu&ginl-Bever peaty; the bleakness ne'. 'In Florida, 'In a sum equalto : retct

Many Jobs have been providedby In this connection: the Gone was caught shoplifting. Henner's Hurry Lydia-Marguerite de the flue totabid. per.cent The of Bond the amountof Is required Bide and to walr anyavph::j l1el

n in Hendry county the booming citrus industryin Secretary: called attention to Detectives: also found the was Angell Mike Mulligan and His a. a cuarantn that If BYr th.rH j mauls"",
Hendry county, and local: la- announcement last week that carrying $1036 in cash, $1.238 ; Shovel Virginia Lee Info Service the Bid ,U accepted, a Contractwill Hoard R.Ipratt! .
Steam Vets Publl ImyATTNHTry
i Three citrus groves, 500 acre tar has been used In this operation egg solids will be added to the In bonds, and $360 In cent Scater. Burton: The Last Sooner Hound be entered ef It properly Into and the secured performance yo':: :

'\ and up in ate, are being planted foods being distributed to needy. Arna Wendell Bontemps; The successful. bidder will b. required J. Homer Bible
VELTRE .. : sus
J In Hendry county by J. R. Luther Graham bad been contractor persons by the Department Asked why she didn't keep tee Thee Hannah-Margaret deAn- By FRANK E. covering to execute and a Inoliidlnr'PerformanceIlond ot and Soreluy ::' nMu

Paul and associates, on land Jot the land clearing op Details of offers for the beef money In a bank, Mrs. Sone geli, Thimble SummerElizabeth County Service Officer labor and materials. The Performance dry Public County. In.lru.II.1. ,''t

", purchased from Circle Bar Cat- eration. product will be mailed to the said: "There' too much 'thiev Enrlght; Little Navajo The 1964! edition of VA Fact Bond shall b. writtenCheckerboard CN UI-JoIar, 19.2g.pq.rl, Aa.. ,

tle Company.The industry next week. Inquiries big going around." Bluebird Ann Nolan dark; Sheet 1S-1, "Federal Benefits Rq

men. allot whom have regarding the new program e.e Canterbury Tales-Robert Mc- lor Veteran and Dependents"
been prominent in the citrus Industry ASCS News should be addressed to the Livestock And once again In London- OoEkey; Henry Reed, Inc.- Is now on sale at the U. S. G0v-

: in and near Winter Haven Division, Agricultural. Marla Callas Is well known asa Keith Robertson; Little Toot- eminent Printing Office In : : :':
moved south to get away Secretary: of Agriculture Or- Marketing ServIce U. S. De- "hot head" but for once she Hardle Gramatky; Miss Hick Washington D. C. % "a':'{
partment Agriculture, Washington
from freezes such as caused vllle Freeman today announced D. C. 20250. had m good excuse. ory-Carolyn Sherwin Bailey. This booklet lists all major
,
great damage in Central Florida that the U. S. Department of During the second act of Tosco Youth Fiction Hills End- benefits available to U. S. veterans -

last winter. They purchased Agriculture will initiate two Callas black wig dangledover Ivan Southall; White Stag-Kate explains eligibility requirement
approximately 17,000 acre and beef purchase programs in a a candlstkk and !Lamesseared Seredy; Rip Van Winkle & The for veterans or their
w have begun clearing and planting further effort to improve prices OWA boatacade up around her head Legend of Sleepy Hollow-Wash- dependents* and describe the Ne

operation! to producers Instead of putting on e tepid ington Irving. nature of the benefits and where WaS

Each of them is operating The department will buy substantial emotional display to match the Youth Non-Fiction Tampe, application should be made.A .

Independeoly, end they are in quantities of USDA overnights in occasion, the prima donna oooly the Traveling Dog-Elvlo Barlet- single copy may be purchased from
various stages of progress in Choice grade beef for distribution went on singing under her tanl. from 'the printing office
getting their groves in. primarily to schools. It singeing wig.
or
About five miles south of the 'will be bought In the form of Clewiston 16 e for Individuals IS cents.desiring Organizations copies In

courthouse on SR 29 is the 500 frozen boned roasts and ground May Cincinnati: -Mrs. Gladys McKInney Easter eggpreparation quantity may obtain discount CORBIN FARM & RANCH SUPPlf

acres which J. R. Paul has was working at Mor-
beef.Under Another Boatacade is rates Rufus H. Wilson, Manager -
coming
completed planting in grove. the second program, row's Nut House when a man huntsYour Sugarland Highway
Regional Clewiston
Administration
to Clewiston and Is threemontha' Veterans
U only
USDA will asked for some peanut brittle. ,ft
i J. C. Hayes, of Avon Park, superintendent purchase: substantial
Petersburg,
distant The Okeechobee will relish their Office In St.
family
of the operation quantities of canned beef As she started to weigh the
,r said the trees were planted In in natural Juices for distribution Waterway Association,, candy the man pulled a gun Easter eggs more U :you hard- Florida, ..aid.Boys .
December and January and to needy families, according to which: held its boatacade on La- and told her to open the cash cook, rather than hard-boll

should fruit in three years. R. I.. Pape, of the Moore Haven bor Day last year, voted to register.,. them, says Miss bola Williams,
move the event to the spring In Service
FlorldaA&ricultur.1
assistant nutritionist
ASCS office. ,
There are 91 trees to the acre, Mrs. McKlnney: threw the
months when most of the Boat-.
Service
and they are Hamelin, Pineapple The Secretary said that the peanut brittle in the\ man' face :
and Parson Brown varieties removal of beef supplies from acaders said they would prefer and screamed He ran like Why? Because hard-boiled LAKEHURST, N. J. (FHTNC)
planted on U'-25' centers, normal channels for distributionto that time of year. At the meeting crazy. > eggs are tough. Hard-cooked James F. Harris, airman,
held
in
Clewiston
and between every fourth row schools and needy persons Tuesdaythe Isn't this Just like somethingthat ones are tender. USN, eon of Mr. and Mrs.
set the event for
is a ditch used in Irrgatioo should be effective stabilizingand 1517.group May might happen in .a NutHouse To hard cook eggs, Mis Williams James M. Harris of 413 West

Hayes used a planting rig improving cattle prices at ? suggests that you place Trinidad, Lewiston, Fla., .U attending
.which: he designed himself, and a time when substantial numbers .- The boatacade will be an east the eggs in a pan and cover ,Parachute Rigger

which is useful in (planting and of fed cattle are moving to, west t vent this year, startingat with cold water to at least one School, Naval Air Terminal

watering It has a email pump to market Ait the same time Stuart Saturday morning, U.S. black bassChampionship inch above the eggs. Bring rapIdly Training Unit Lakehurst, N. J.
which pumps water into the rig, the Secretary: called consumers' spending !the night in Clewtoton, to a boil; remove from He 1* learning how to properly
t. and long arm with four out attention of the availability of and terminating I in Fort Myers is heat; cover and let stand for 20 pack paipchutes and the

,; lets which will service four plentiful supplies of high quality Sunday night There will be a on minutes. Cool eggs quickly and maintenance of the survival
at beef being offered dinner in Stuart on Friday night thoroughly In cold water. Put aviator! in .
rows a time. With this rig at attractive Five weighing station in the equipment rely on ,rel'I 1
It is prices. He also preceding the start and some them in the refrigerator until I
possible to plant S,000 tree: urged retailers emergencies
Glade and
Hendry county:
area
1 per day and to water 7,000 tree to give added effort to event will be planned in Clew!. have been named for the nationwide you are ready to decorate them. He recently made one voluntary

per day, said Hayes beef merchandising programs ton for the visiting boatmen. V. 8. Open Black Bass When it'* time to decorate the jump with a parachute that ..I

Jack Barry. Is getting Us land at a means of moving addition Championship which starts on eggs, one of the simplest ways be packed.

ready to go now, much of it is al supplies through normal Fuller's FolliesBy March IS and end August 1, tinder to color hard-cooked eggs 1s to
still being cleared. He Is clearing channels of distribution. sponsorship of the Winter use wax crayons to make GOLDWATER OK'S STATE

1 about two sections now ,and In announcing plans to buy Haven Chamber of Commerce. "homemade" design Make
has chosen to plant Temple and two different types of beef AL FUILEEJohanesburg. There 1 Is no entry fee or advance stripes by drawing them on the Senator Barry Goldwater "In
Valencia oranges. Some Duncan product, the Secretary: explained registration\ requirement. eggs with a white crayon before January I asked CongressmanC.
and Marsh seedless grapefruit 'that the price effects are expected Drunken South Africa-Inebriated Weekly, two Pfleueer spinning dyeing The dye will not "take" Cramer to form a slate of t'1r

will also be planted in this area, to be spread throughoutthe after elephants eating, very fermented reels "will be awarded. Regional through the wax. Use scraps: of delegate in Florida pledged to

aid Hayes. various grade of beef. berries from prizes Include Cypress; Gardens modeling clay to make comic: my candidacy. The slate he
nearby trees, wenton faces. Hats and collars: of,construction formed Is the official Goldwater
Winston
Lawless Is on thewestern Funds for the purchase program .a spree and terrorized water sid and the grand prize
pro'pie
portion! of the Circle paper give the eggs late and I endorse It."
are provided under Sec. here at Kruger National Is a Johnson motor, Lone Star
Bar tract He is planting 600 32, Public Law 320 Park. boat Murray trailer and the perao sallty. -

acres now on the south tide of Last fall, 34 million pound of championship plaque. For a pleasing Easter breakfast IT'S NO SECRET.
': i 6R 80 about eight miles west of frozen ground beef and 24 mil, Usually placid, the huge animals Uncle Joe's Fish Camp, Jolly add artificial flowers or .
ran beserk trumpeting, greenery to an arrangement of mnQlJLEOAL
'r Roger Resort Clewiston, Calasa The
flapping and their ears, tearing trees Lodge, Sportman's Village Easter ellll. Baskets of ga'ly-'! Purina Way starts
apart scaring: half
everyone
and Moore Haven Service Station
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to death for mile around. Moore Haven, are official At 4-H NOTICE TO BIDDERS calves fast;:; right!
\ This 1* probably what started conference Sealed proposal for the con.traction .
weighing stations for the Cham-
this of the Iris Additions to
whole Elephant Joke busl- Sharon
pionship. Huffman Sarasota. a Harlrm Academy, Hendry Count Over 2,200 calves raised at the Purina Research Fun
Like
ness. "What do drunk freshman at Florida State University Florid, will b. received by
I elephants see?" "Pink people! ; Nancy Shaw, Braden- the Hendrr County. Hoard ofPublic helped build Purina's calf-atarting program Holstea

.e. LIVESTOCK CLUB ton, a student at Bradenton Ida on Instruction or before; .ioo:Lallelle p.m.: Hor-April calves raised Purina'i Way at the Purina Farm wei t

London-M anyone 'wonder HOLDS ELECTIONThe Junior Collate, Louis Lambert *, 1114 at which time and placetheir 48 pounds more than average Holstein calves it 4
will be opened and
why the smog Is so bad in Cantonment who transfer to read publicly month of age. These calve grow fast, freshen ear];,
England, he may find that Clewiston 4-H Livestock' : the University of Florida this Copies of th. Proposals, Con- become profitable producer
Americans are to blame.So Club elected Don Morgan president fall and Fred Dietrich, Orlando, Bpeclftcatlons tract Document.may, Drawings be obtainedby and milking life throughout a loaf

I many trashy American ; Steve Sexton vice president will represent Florida at the eligible General.ntractore
oar / books are pouring Into Briton and Donna Keen secretary-: National 4H Club Conference from JAMES. lane M Harrison HARTLEY Street, ARCHITECT It pays to start calves the Purina Research-prowl

that custom agents have actually treasurer, and named Don and in Washington, D. C., April IS24 Hollywood. Florida, or the of- Way. Feed Purina Nursing Chow and Calf Sterns
t 1 I' had to quit burning them. Steve Ics of the Superintendent of
I a* representative on the Theme of the meeting it just
once and
; LW W rape la lwerwe GeaawM Fwd They made too much amoke. Publlo Instruction Courthouse, you'U be convinced! Ask for the*
county council: : at their last "Our Heritage-Foundation for LaBelle, *'lor Ids. A deposit of palatable
s 1 In the past three ;years Brit meeting. the Triton.." U'OO i. required. for each tI,.. power-packed product at our Store.
set of Drawlnc-a and Specifications -
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indeed "very special guest"The A f all %


hundred or so( guests to field of education this year than
whcm State FFA. President Esther Lynn who graciously, VI
j l Fred D. Whlttlaw. Jr., Introduced but silently, acknowledged the
tai; ntroductlon Esther Lynn has t
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a t been selected as one of five
zone ai "my very special
guest at the Clewiston dinner "charter students in the: nation "
Friday probably thought the to receive a full scholarship at
,;: pretty blonde was "very special the challenging New College,
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Is for
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She has won awards in Spanish
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THE 1964 TIGER BASEBALL SQUAD In- Bible and Smltty Polhill, standing, Coach a member of National Honor

.. elude, kneeling left to right, Mike Manlna, Ernie Jim Ronnie Olden AI Morrell Cal Society Quill and Scroll Student
I ." Gary Kedteh Jesse Buslck Bobby hare Ballentlne Bill Farrar Mike Fletcher and Congress and was local
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; Mandy Morrell Bubba Schneider Jimmy Steve Schneider.-STAFF PHOTO and district president << -
Club She was president finalist Included Crofut 325
AMONG THOSE ENJOYING the archery eon- points Aadr.t...
of the senate at 1963 Girls test Saturday afternoon at the Fair Grounds 291 points. Ireel Knedler 146 points feel
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Tigers win one lose one State.' a member of the Council Governor were, left to night Hank Andrels Gordon Cro- points and Holmes 161 points of a PGIIIbi I
Youth
;:, s Advisory. fut, John Cecil and Bill Holmes The first five 486 total point*.-STAFF PHOTO.
and one of two girls to! represent

Florida at Girls Nations
blow one in Ridge cast year. State cattlemen to RONNIE LEE OFF U. S. Army
games New College in Sarasota Is TO TIlE ARMY Jimmy Edens of Souftiv

Ronnie Olden was breezing: tnng; planned college as one of in the the most nation exclusive ; meet in Ft. Pierce Ronnie Lee son of Mr and baton will become ailSOCllll

along with a no-hitter in Lake Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston Fie it will have the highest scholastic Mrs. Marlon Lee will leave next with Pattison Funeral butt
Placid last Tuesday afternoon Thursday, March 26. 1964 Cattlemen and dairymen are week for a tour of duty in the placing Lee
ESTHER BARAZZONE goals and will be as modern slated to hear reports on latest
until the sixth Inning and lost 7-3
the in whichit
as space age research findings and to observe
Coach Ernie Hill said, "We attitude' Track teams tie f(or second "chanter" atudents will each Agricultural Experiment Sta.

I 'just gave them the ball game" Mandy Morrell again hit two receive scholarships to see them Lions Indian River Field Laboratory '0Il "
A scratch single by Bobby for four. Olden Al Morrell through college and they are at Fort Pierce April 1. -
Drlggers in the bottom of the Bible and Polhill also hit safely place in four-city r meet Thursday expected to create the spirit of Highlighting the field day will provod
I fatal inning and three errors in the extra inning game. the New College. be a Dutch treat dinner at 6:30 r
; ,! let seven runs cross the plate Dean of Admissions to New
Clewiston ...??. 110 200 00-4 Coach Bob Baker dewlston 880 Clewiston p.m. at Simonsen Restaurant
yard relay, third
while Clewiston picked up two Ft Meade ....... 300 100 01-5 High Track Team 'performedmuch College Robert J. Norwine announced David Jones. associate agronomist AIr
I : rune in the second; and one in place MIst Barazzone: of Port with the Florida Agricultural .
Clewiaton will Arcadiain better than expectations 440 yard run Dickie Campbell and Mark WhIttaker
the fourth on seven hits. The place Charlotte Extension Service will act
in their first meet the
I only extra base hit was by a double-header at SugarlandPark of year 60 seconds fourth. of Bangor Maine as the first as master of ceremonies Featured .
Jimmy Bible Connecting singles Saturday March 28. starting at Belle Glade Thursday right 180 yard )low hurdle Gann. two "charter students 'I am speaker will be Dr. T. J.
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were Mike Manama Mandy at 1:30 p.m. Lake 'Placid Baker felt the track team 229 seconds first. sure they will best exemplify Cunha head of the Agricultural
1 I \ I Morrell Al Morrell Mike will play In Clewiston\ Tuesday would hold Its own which it 880 yard run Frank] Robertson the spirit of Intellectual edveDture Experiment Stations' Animal

i /i Fletcher Smltty Polhlll and March 31 at 4;00 p.m.Boatacadera did the surprising result came 2:24; fourth. and leadership that the Science Department at the Unt
Bobby HareClewiston in the field events which Clew 220 yard dash Al Morrell, New College graduate will be
varsity of Florida who will talk
iston is for the first 24.2 .seconds fist "
entering
I ? expected to have
I .__. 020 100 0-3 on the subject Producing Feed.er .
Lake Placid ?_.- 000 007 x-7 get time this year. Teams represented Clewiston took second placeIn The pretty blonde !in the pink Calves for Profit.
Stuart, Belle Glade Pa.hokce the sprint medley dress who cat at the head tableat
wish for !
menu and Clewl ton at the The Clewiston team will tray Presiding over ithe field day
Friday night the Tigers won the Future Farmers banquet, r
another Ridge Conference game Detailed plans are shaping up meet with Belle Glade finishIng el to LaBelle today for a meetat content to bask in the reflected which will get underway at 2:30:
I I defeating Frostproof there 5-2 for caring for and entertaining first, Clewiston and Pehokee 3;30 p.m.4H glory of her escort, the state pjn Lucle will be Hugh Whclchel St

:, behind the three hit pitching of the members of the Okeechobee being for second and Stuart PTA president, was Indeed a .J County AgentDr
little Mandy Morrell: Mandy Waterway Boetacade on their last Going into :the final relay Girl. ClubThe "very special guest," and it will R Orsenlgo Everglade
received the clutch blow from May 18 overnight stop !In Clew event either of ,the top teams be nice to remember that she Experiment Station, Belle Improved
i j.: his big brother as AI hit grand- iston could win the meet with a 4-H Girl dub met Monday was in our midst.Audubon Glade will be the first to report -
'L slam homer over the fence. in The Elks Lodge has agreed to first place afternoon. The girls received his findings on the use of The tnt on top I I. a world famous Itgtnd.

"f' the third inning Bill Farrar relieved provide the dinner and the use Clewiston scored in the .following the check and their dresses refugein herbicides !in pasture establish The one thaw' R I I. the same logtntf redesigned Into an ill new slats.
I 1 !in the late Innings for an of their Lodge hall for dancing events :that they entered In the county meet. wagon
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.I.;I: excellent relief stint afterwards Members of previous Broad jump Al Morrell 20'2', fair, Martin countyForty Following Dr Orsenlgo will be H has the dilHK' Interior appointment and comfortable rldt d f itwptiMngtr
Dr. A. E. Kretschmer Jr., of ear. arrlos' six big adults plus moro luggage and equip I
boatacades that ?
requested The
I first; Mike Mazzlna, 10IW, girls plan to leave at 8
Mandy hit two for four, of unspoiled
acre :
J a* the Indian River Field Lab mtnl than you can Imagln It'* powered by America only lutwwthtevtrhosd
the menu at Clewiston if second: Doug Rudd 18 W.third. j did Ronnie Olden and AI Mob ; swamp !in Martin county has who will discuss late fall nitrogen cam onglno,the high' torque Tornado OMC...atlas optlwdoitras
.{ rell Fletcher possible include 1 barbecued day-a school holiday), lor a been transferred suet
... ; picked up the to the Audu- fertilization of ai automatic transmission Independent front IUIPMIIM
chicken, corn: on cob and Iced Shot put Al Morrell 432", :teach. party at Fort. Myers mature pan. power.I..rlnglnd brakes
-}:i : only other Tiger safety oon Society by Mrs. Cynthia golagrass and power But the all now Wagontw Is mllf ya
t Clewiston watermelon, and arrangements flret; Doug Angel, 341'. fourth, Beach. Two ladle and assistant Kuser Earle Prescott Aria., grass variety '"*.,' vohlol at hoart
,: 004 010 0-5 winter annual
Frostproof"_" 000 011 o-z have been made to serve these Bo Lindsay. 37 4', third.' 'County Agent Jerry Flint will and her brother Dryden Kuser clover and sum.nxrgrowing Th* Mtop* ..'pot up tloop'Mil, *, ever rough ruggtd twnlr
J highly rated item that night Discus throw Doug Angel chaperone: them. Sussex N. J.. as a memorial legume tests end through' now and mud that loses ether oars h.II"..And mat
-I 'i t :Mike Mazzlna opened CM The city commission has 110', fourth. Gayle Torberi and.Christine I to their parents CoL and Mr*. glades Dr. H L. Chapman Jr., Ever. llppory turn, that' amuse tlshtalllng' and skidding. M hugs the rut sOtsadalond'J.ep'
Experiment
;.: game with a home run !in Ft. agreed to permit overnight 120 high hurdles Dennis Gann, i Curry will go to District: Events Anthony R. Kua r. The land become Belle Station at traotlon.' ..
I Meade Saturday night but the camping by members of the 171 second: second. ;Day along; with the county the Kitchen: fleet Wildlife Glade will conclude the The big. reason b 4-whl .Drlv.'ewor. M four wheels' an paw
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'I afternoon report with discussions wheel InMoad.. el |dud' two Take a domonttnUon drive soon.'" YwM
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Joy abort lived boaitacade 100 yard dash. 10.2
was aft theMiners on Use area adjacent Lindsay council: delegate on) April 1011. Sanctuary and la rich !In
of the cover driven a that .. .
of ear tan do the this
use molasses thing *ne can
came back with three to the lake and canal entrance first; Al Morrell 103 second, They will also be,chaperoned wild plants and animals It as
run In the bottom of the Inning This permission coven only second, Mazdna 105 fourth by Mr. Flint and chaperone adjoins the southern boundaryof e pasture supplement and the KAimm Jeep canaATtandlMovor
', ',I Al Morrell was the victim: thte event. The rest room and Mile run Gaynam Rackstraw ,from LaBelle While there they ) Jonathan Dickinson: State effect of nitrogen on pangola- 4-wh..l. -MMPOWtft..
,1 of the up. i pitched brilliant in relief and !the Wayside Park are available the, 4-H members. of Kitchen Creek and the "w,a..r_w.Nn'a awImia.d
:,,,1 received praise from Coach to the camper (Gayle Torbert, reporter). Loxohaiche: River. sea asarvww 4wwel dlo........
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1. U. S. S. C. Oewiatan, 65.; is n, STOCK1'ON
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j .:, Low Down Payment Bank Bate Financing 3. FroUe 63.; S. Okeelant. 57.: tiptlaird LNRN d Tuna Fish 2 for 49 2 for 49i
,' 4. W. T. Grant 56: 5. U. 6. S. ,7III Savings and LoanAssociation Catsup : .. .
i ". U.S. 27 East YTT 2-2661 C.. Bryant 51. 6, WOWY 50.: T. I LARGE PLA,
:Bell Glade Herald, 31; 8. Van-
: ,dergrift & .Wnvs ,'. 36 y't Sy '+ i $
i a >I a
It;' \ Also on display The New Roll-RRoom High team e-Frosti, 2431 ,. Eggs 2 9
dozen
t ; high foam game U S. S.

,! r i The Cabana on Wheels C-, dewiitce.! 868;. high individual W E.'Ventnra AT. CUwisUo. FUrldaIHttlKN
/' _. -.JI''L ."!I1 set, Wilbur Mlncey. 601,
A.+
,, },, Jrlr: arOle r rft ;high Individual game, Wilbur KOUNTY KIST CUT

'r .. Mlncey 223 LUE PLATE
flCi
500 beg and/or 900 game: Beans 2 for
uPt.
J I.It'i I. --- __ 33t Salad Dressing .
Vance Broome 517, Jimmy 4A ''''' _
Johnson, 203 589; Jerry Par SUGAR CREEK lied
The demand for fat eon 514.: J. B. Jones 500; Sidney \ TENDRIZED
.'t Smith. 222. 548, Wilbur Hams 'orLb4
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j, and stocker Mlncey 223. 601; Younge Creech, -- Hams _u _______ __
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205 514, Curtis Thompson 549.;
J r Perry Rigdon 200. 21.MUM AWAY Center Cuts Plat Cuba u.s. CHOICE
cattle is
heavy Pork Chops 49
: LADIES OF I..A.KRSp ._. S9t 39J Chuck Roast L b'
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Buy only the rt Shop 78 aa u---
j Old South ___ 694 4234 FA'EEAT FRESH GROUND -

'y -' cattle you want '\]. S. 8.C.Baldree'J _. SO 634 a 4534 Hamburger __ 2lb. 99t RIB Stew. BRISKET 2-lb.I ICA. 69 9%

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Wilson Lumber ,_ 49 83 __ _ -

,Canebrake .... 4934 6334 CRADE "A"
Hare Lumber 48 86 SOtmILAND i SUPREME

Parkinson 45 4 6634 AL FULLER's'a'iq Baking Hens -_ Lb. 45 Oleo 2-Ib 39FRANK'S

-Sale* Every Monday at 1:00: P.M. High Scratch Seen ___ _____ -.
Game Eerie

Lola Richmond 182 -.,. '
Louse Campbell 180 499 C &

Dora Louisa Belcher DeArma_, .. 172_ 443_. O) Paint Store

Tfaalne Richardson ,.. 431
GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. High Bandieap Seere; Complete Line of Paint and Supplies '

Louis* Campbell *__. 224 631 Phone YU 2-3281 .
Lola Richmond 210 144 E. Grocery Market
| Sugarland .
Jlwy.
PIa... WT 5.3928 Ben Glade Fla.Bl. Louisa DeArnM ','.,. 563Thain Clewiston Fla. i

*JUchardson .M 206 563 ... '" ,.,.. OMB ONNI
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OewliiUui: Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven
Thursday March 26. 1964
tLASSIF.IED __ (

ADS Holland open campaign office ,

Senator Spessard Holland has palgn speech Saturday: address, I
State Headquarter the Democratic Women's
-- opened Campaign log
at 150 N. Central Ave Club of Broward County at a I I
FOR RENT-One bedroom furnished FOR SALE-4 Inch plastic flower Bartow, 'with Merrill WiDsett,1n noon luncheon la Fort Lauder ,
CLASSIFIED RATES: Four Apartment, $75.00 per pots, 4 cents each, 33 for csharge. dale, which was opened to the '
cents per word per Insertion. 70 month. One to two persons only. 1.00, while they last. Barton Holland made his first anv-.. public. I'
cents minimum charge; four insertions YU 24421. tic Wagon Trail, :Moore Haven.

for the price of three. FOR Mar28P
RENT-One bedroom efficiency

PHONE YUkon 3-1201 apartment, utilities FOR SALE-Used Home Trailer '
ui I furnished. Couple only. Phone 1963, lO'x S T, $500 cash and Garth L. Lewis i
Persons whose names appear YU ? 8881.
tic take up payments. YU 2-3421.
In the classified ads tic General Contractor
mar Pick up twe passes to FOR RENT-Furnished cabins

the Dixie Crystal Theatre and trailers. Johnson Fishing GLADES MERCANTILE COMPANY .-.: ... New Construction Additions
eompllmenU of the News Camp. YU 2-1181. tic authorized Singer Sewing
and Theatre. Pastes" Machine dealer's agent will HONORARY MEMBERS OF FUTURE FARMERS PROUDLY "
mast h
FOR Free estimate job
SALE OR RENT-New duplex RENT Furnished four service sewing machines In DISPLAY THEIR PLAQUES at the annual Parent" and on any

JR ,three bedroom. Car- Wednesday.DEMAND room house. 333 E. Pasadena. dewlston area every: Saturday Son banquet Friday night left to right. Robert W. Kelly representing -
See or call Mrs. Blair Phone Belle Glade WY 6-6069
at Clew.Iston
it Location: Obtopo st. ba- Motel Available Phone WY 8-5650, Belle Glade Kelly Tractor Co., Richard F. Biker, representing :
after
Corona and Pacific Sts. tic dewiston Lions Club and Claud M. Clddens. representing
eon
GREATER April 1. Apr2cFOR 655 SW 2nd Street
THAN
collect, Lee Wilson, 844 Clewiston Klwaals Club and Richard L. Tape." ASCS office
EVER!: for houses, FOR SALE Apartment size
1, Lake Park Fta.: tic businesses. We have customers acreage RENT and 3 room furnished gas stove. Good condition manager, former advisor of the chapter. Unable to be pre

REAL ESTATE waiting; List your property withus. apartment. Phone 2- 13500. Phone YU 2-6271. tic sent to receive his plaeqne In person was J.e M. Hendry who
1271. tic was also. honored by the "
chapter.-STAFF PHOTO.
Investment ,- J. E.
IRTHSIDE home or Beardsley.: Ph. YU YOUR CLASSIFIED: AD here
property, priced consld- 27501. tic TWO BEDROOM house for rent. will be read by hundreds. 8 Ofl. 844-1353

bly under market.bedroom frame. West Furnished Trinidad.or unfurnished. J12 What have you to sell? Or what Future Farmers select R... VI 8-2682
OHTHSIDE Mar26p
do you wish to buy? Try: one for
Furnished. Immaculate. FOR RENT Quiet alrcondl- results. Phone YU S-1201. .

IRTHSIDE bedroom frame, tloned and heated sleepingroom five f for chapter honors
,9000. FOR SALE Ironrite ironer men
with kitchen privileges if Thurmond W. Knight
REAGE as available. gas hot water heater, at giveaway
desired. YU 2-3421. tic
ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM, 1 prices. Call Earl Moni- Some one hundred parents, Lions dub represented by Its
bath frame home.'Hardwood: mwttr FOR RENT-Furnished trailer eon. Mar26c honorary: members and other president Richard F. Baker; "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"

XTi. with large Cabana room. Can guests Joined the Future Farmers Kelly Tractor Co., represented
3 FHA HOMES in Broward, YU.2-3252. tic George Jepson for the annual Parent and by Robert W. Kelly; and Joe M. Thurmond Knight Realty Inc. omens E

Palm Beach and Dade counts SPRING SALE ON PIANOS Son Banquet In the Ag building Hendry: of Hendry: Tractor B..MNM Rlwl... Such 2010 Avenue
various sizes! and prices. Rjl ESTATE .fOR RENt FOR RENT OR SALE-2 bed- uprights reconditioned. 1Spinet lit the High School Friday night ,Company. Mr. Hendry was unable WMt tmlm ....., FtoriS Rlviara Beach

nail cash payment room trailer. Sleeps S. With repossessed, S Spinets, Following) an excellent steak to be present to receive

OR RENT Efficiencies and ROOMS FOR RENT Can YU Aluminum Cabana and screen brand new, 1 console Piano. supper prepared by volunteers his placque in person.
houses as available. 2-6881. tic room. Price Is right Write Box new. Holdddge :Music, YU 24781 headed by Doc Reid and Dick
XX, dewiston Whitelaw's topic was "Our
News, Box 1236
Over 1,000 vacant lots to select dewiston. Aprito Hooks as chefs, and the Future1loJllem.kera Role In "
dewiston. tfo Today's World. Ha
I
FURNISHED apartment for as waitresses, the
om for all purposes. Various Ford. Call YU spoke easily and forcefully
SALE-194
FOR :
rent Call YU 2-1451 or see at program of the evening was
Terms. FOR RENT-Small bouse. Furnished
ices. said
it
2-5641. tic telling the chapter membell'lthat We
306 North Francisco St. .
JVESTMENT AND .INCOME Itp or waf rdeed.. $3S 11\*n. each: of them should set
PROPERTY. Pearl C Spire per month. See Mrs Shan 433 WHILE THEY LAST pacagei Featured speaker. was FredD. himself a goal in life and strive ..
160 MONTHLY :RENTAL Recent E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson of one dozen S"x5" scratch Whltelaw, Jr., president of towards it with hard work and months
CBS construction;125,000. FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer tfoANNOUNCEMENTS pads for only: 25c. Place a the Florida Association of Future study "From time to time yourgoal two ? ago.

ONQ TERM, low interest, spaces. Royal Palm Trailer scratch pad in every; room of Farmers. Elected as honorary may change, but it is very: .
farm, cane, grove and ranch Park. Phone YU 22603. tfc the house for convenience. The : members this: ;year were important In the fast-changing

..ortjages minimum 150,000.>> dewiston. News. tf Richard U Pape, former chapter world today. that each person fast"
APARTMENT for residential lots going .
rent Three "Better are
advisor as vocational agriculture
LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. has a goal and 'works hard toward
rooms and bath. Phone YU FOR SALE Parakeets, $100 teachert the Kiwantsclub "
M. LANKFORDRcf. it, be said.
2-6621. 318 North Francisco Inc Mynah birds, African lovebirds .
up represented by Its president
Real Estate Broker
monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet Claud M. Giddens; the Miss Tilly Hlgdon Chapter Today they are almost gone. Better act
530 East Sugarland Highway: FOR RENT-NIO'dS' haw
Wild f
boarding. Thompson Sweetheart delighted the audience
Fire, Auto and General trailer with two bedrooms
S(!) Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- with. the song "I Enjoy: ,
Insurance and aircoodtoon. By week or 1236. tic Being a Girl," which she sang now or it will be too late. I
Uewiston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 month YU H421. tfo -
with Miss Cheryl Lee accom .
I 1 MIS FOR SALE-14 ft. Runabout GET panying.Chapter. -
boat, windshield, steering ..,
wheel and Gator Trailer. Like vice president Harold i
WILL DO IRONING In
I Business DirectoryWALDRON'S Francisco.home. Gladys Garktt. my 805: new. Lonnie Ford. tic PIKES 1PIRFORMANQI Jones spoke, and on Chapter mentioned Accomplishments J. E. BEARDSLEY ;'I t

Apr2c CITRUS TREES
_. REGISTERED .
for
e briefly the guests the variety
FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. 1 of REGISTERED REAL ESTATE! BROKE '
SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom projects which the chapter
SEE US FORBOTTLED
M. Tomllnaon, Ona. Fla. Phone
made. Complete line of is carrying: on at the present !
GAS tic Ph. YU 2.7501 I
RE 5-2786. E. Sugarland Hwy.
I MEATS AND GROCERIES drapery: and slip cover fabrics. 1 I time; pasture, beef, cane and ',
AppliancesSalesService Free estimates. Can YU 2-5831:! ALL MAKES U" USED TV vegetables.The .

Open 7 a m. to 1 pja. Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand SET Guaranteed. $1995 ;! welcome "was given by : I

& 3 to 8 p.m. Upholstery.: tic down, $14.04 per month. LAKE Tommy Akin. Joe Davidson,
APPLIANCE: CO. YU 2-7131. tic
GASCORPORATION president, was master of ceremonies '
Six Days Week POWER Hugh N. Allen
GET and Cecil Akin introduced ATTENTION !I-
CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY!: ) RADIO TV SERVICE. Carlth- the guests. Rev.' Victor

ers Radio & TV Sales with Tumor the invocation.Out .
For Your Spur of Moment MAXIMUM gave Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK
service. NlckeU Building, 108 Farmers
Picnics CALL COLLECT .
of town guests present included ,
'our Miles East of OewbtoQ South Bay: WY 0-5521 Bond Phone YU Street 2-6441., dewiston YOUR,PHIL Fla. Iiunp Mr. and Mrs. C M. TO THE FUTURE AND' '1\\ ,

Bare Beach Lawrence Wauchula; J. R. I
CO DEALER. tic PLAN YOUR I
HEND1Y COUNTY Spratt Mrs. Blanche :McCormick WISELY

Attention Cattlemen Title & Abstract Co. WILL CARE FOR CHILDRENup school board members FINANCING
to S old in borne. LaBelle; Future Farmbers'
Title Abstracts-Title Insurance years my: rep low Cost Farm Mortgage
<.w U the time U eenaoOdate Public Stenographer Fenced-ln yard. Phone 2-6431. I resentatives from Moore Haven FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
oar debts with a long tern Photocopying Duplicating Ito and LaBelle; Miss Esther Lynn
WANTED I WOMEH TeRefinance 4C
I IWAITRESS Cash
lira loan low Interest rate, Bridge St. and Park" Ave.LaBelle. : Barazzone of Fort Charlotte. Will Furnish
with Fla. 1"". O. Hex MS WILL care for Invalid or senile debts.
"
ORange sates persons in the home OXtord Chapter officers this year are e Finance farm Improvements, new buildings, purchase -
Federal Land Bank AprtoIF WANTED-Gladea MERCURY Joe Davidson president Han wind machines. and Install Irrigation.
4-1796, Ft Myers. Restaurant! See Tony Toulla.tfo. ; ranch.Purchase t tC
old Jones, vice president; CtcJl I Assist In purchase ef a farm, grave er
See er WriteW. EVINRUDESales ITS UNIFORMS see us first Akin! treasurer; David Hester, mere. lead.C .
Nurses, Beauticians, Waitress, secretary; Joe Ted Willis, sentinel Provide capital funds for the farm enterprise.
L MAYS
Maid, Doctor's and Barber's ; Dale McCall, reporter; ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
B 1(1 Waleald" Bofldtag and ServiceNew Jackets. The only uniform shop and Billy Crawford chaplain HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
Bradenton, FlerltaHATHCOCK'S for miles aro nd. LINNIE'S 1. Lower payments
and Used Motors UNIFORM SIIOP, MM Hendry; i1ii : I. Lenget terms (ap U S* years).
Marine Hardware Street Fort Myers. Janltfc I. Dependable service (serving agriculture exoladwlysines I
Farts and Accessaries 117)).
mo SALES SERVICE Marine Safety Equhmeat!: BLUM & SONS PLASTERING.' iSNING 4. Full' prepayment privilege without penalty.I. .
USIACRANT Very: Best Work leGal people familiar with local agstr
SERVICE Lean service J)y
none YDkes! ) Mill .
STATION We Save You Money: ,LION vff I'
*
OPEN ALL NIGHT R. E. WALDRON Plastering,Simulated Stone If be .f service w yea please write er ptaeee 'I
we eau p
______We sever Cteee Stucco-Free Estimate HELP' WANTED I, MEN W. a. MAY Mir. er DOYLE E. ABBOTT Asat Mgr. I II I
Licensed and Insured Boots Guides Gas Ice

Williams Electric For prompt. Efficient 25 Years In Business EXPERIENCED drill rig operator f Fishing Tackle Supplies Federal Land Bank Association ,
8850 Lora Street
wanted lot once. E and I,
IrIrtIr. aepaln. AD AIIPIIueeI Borne delivery: Fort Myers, Fla. tic Inc., 3000 W. State Road M, Johnson'
Hendry County
*****
OF THE: M HERALD of Bradenton
Eleetrteal OX 4-2874 I
Cs.traeWgWiWama ED 7-0171 or Fort Lauderdate Florida. Telex Fishing CampC3ewbton.no.
au.... I LUdlow M700. Itc Motors Inc. BRADENTON. 'FLA.
These I-UJ1 Call Bobby Giddens 10 FREE Piano lessons with phone PHONEl T4S-SM1

YD s-im any upright piano purchased: Dan McCarthy: : garland Sissy Ctewbtoa I
from now till April 1st at Hold- .
Double ridge Mu a. YU M781. Clew- MAN WANTED to manage aDd -- "
Iston.iTliscellanfious. ,AlJdtJ operate a retail Watkins routs 1 tO 6P.M.Sun.
,;,Tampa Tribune In his .... Would consider

Roofing a4 lady: 40 to 10 years old.) Earning OPEN HOUSE Mar. i9
of $12100 per week from .,
Ft. MyersNews ass the very beginning. For personal '"
Licensed
Interview fat your borne,
Bonded Press write Mr. McGarity, P. O. Box 2 NEW MODEL HOMES '

Flee 627. WUHston. Florida, S2696.Mar26o. St Alverdez Ave. 2 Blocks West of Hospital
Esflmatss at All Types Borne Delivery Located at Olympia on

Ong and Painting W. Cv. CAMPBELL:
ENERGETIC and ambitious
Phone : :
YU
3-1131 Phone M791 man wanted for operator of
C1EWIsToN. J"1.A.r .. independent gasoline station. I

-- for Sale Must be willing to relocate and 9 9S


REAL ESTATE FOR Trailer SALE, IVtSfTwo- 11M Marietta bed with have experience.background.Send Prefer brief man re-
to Harold
sums at experience
rooms. Like new. Phone during Rt 1. Box SJ, Lake
Special values. office hours. YU 2-7301. AprlteLonntoFord Carder Mar28o
Placid, Fta. J
i
nUNK" 'sellerI DENMEAD i s


I 811 E. El rase Ave. FOR right SALE food-freezer.ODe Amass Pbc YU up. 540 Acre

ants.... Fla. Y0 M4M J-180L Mar 2IIc Adjacent to OewUton.Cleared. I
Suitable for
I Very profitable General Merchandise business in eolorasecuon FOR SALE-Payroll envelopes sub-dividing
of Jndiantown, FLa. Building! land fixtures and with form for social fronting U.S. 27
printed
:.cOOIrOlDOOc1udec1" ta P***. ThII i V deaD operation and Nets security, withholding and other Frank Deavmead Realtor
JeU.
deductions.: Box of 500. Oswlston [ 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS
tot io:iildr2om-! < t> dde M Bighway. Lop comer Mews offlct. B

!) T12lISd' *te r:as.duplex May site.Thr be.commerdsl. if desired, FOR SALE Pacbrd sedan. 3 FINAN CING .From 350 Down

beautiful condition, new' battery WANTEDAcreageUOUte8Lots 5 e F H A $

bedroom ogre bath. Large corner lot $7500. : new. generator. Reads to 4' AVAILABLE

Seett.oo.1 < muck mint Bout of c1me. immaculate totetinr. or on lot No Down Payment
Ckoylon. c land. ta xl. IS .IL See at Rentals-Business your
83. per acre. Long terms.'or Priced MntefCo.to "Inch APrKOX. $74.M PER MONTH INCLUDING PRINCIPAL INTE*EST TAXES INSURANCE I

I any: of these extra. special values caD Wens Dade-Monroe Property: j BUILT BY KENDALL CONSTRUCTION CO. I:.,4pm

215 Acres Cleared ,nONE .Jt7 .1111. i y
Frank Denmead Realty, : PALM" BEACH

'e*; Brake Adjoining City 309 W. Sngarland Hwy SALES AGENT J. E. BEARDSLEYcumnrn '

For subdividing.frank ,. .
.' YD 14411It YU 3-2941 -' non 72-7241 ,i
Pay to Deal tatty a Realtor Deamead Realtor




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Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewleton, Fla.Thuraday board before arriving In Florida -
March 26, 1964j He planned to do tome sightseeing !
in the Carolina and then
leave for he Pacific area before
,
) : returning to Poland within -
approximately 30 day.



i I\ Farmers readyto



sign for cane


H 1 1

Sixteen farmer met with e. IYItih. "'_-' u
'
\
I County Agent Ted GalJo. and and serving, honorees eating at picnic tables and the Moore Havei.&.
Extension Agronomist Dave W. GLADES COUNTY SUGAR GROWERS Cooperative employees
perlor" Hifh School Band which provided mats during tile dlaio.perlod.STAFF .
; Jane Friday evening to dJj- friends enjoyed a bountiful feast of ,barb-qned beef pork and chicken PHOTO. I
I I cuss the question of whether Saturday ttfteraooa at the Moore Haven Sugar House. This photo taken -
; J' there i fa enough serious Interest from the top of the boilers shows the long waiting line for food
t., In sugar, cane growing In the .
< 4 i\ ', j res.. 4o warrane further activity. I of public relations and promotion soclatlon, member of the National the University of Ve1IIQI,
i'Lt.,;'" '' ; ,-1H Jonas told the farmer that to advance the sales of Tomato Council and memberof oleo be at home b lie
i ; 't' of if highly in the National Canners Association. b 1Iday..
: the rowing cane: / : fresh! fruits and vegetables
NT
THE l\-I/1FR u active In several Mr.
: specialized farming', and Is ex- Canada He KOCh expects II
pensIve to get into production.Cane civic and social organization," via a fll&ht to West Palm
Iii4. for sugar has never been > Evans said. next Sunday
: tested on lands under consideration Allen Markham

he said, and In addition CITRUS NURSERIES
there Is the problem' of getting 1IV f named by FFVAJohn TALLAHASSEE Florida' THE FURNA
quotas for cane, and the problem !* r.
r- ], of financing mill operations. '. W. Evans Ovloda, president production of registered citrus:
& nursery trees reached 2,306,213.an WITHAFl F
L J. Nobles, Jr. and Roy AGRICULTURE of the Florida Fruit Vegetable alMim Ugh in 1963 and
today announced
1L R. SPRATT, RIGHT, RETURNED THE COURTESIES Miller both of whom are entering Association the appointment of W. nearly equalled !the total of OENEitAltEtE11GAS )
i OF A POLISH GUIDE last week when he entertained George into the Immokalee ven- and beet registered production: for all of
cow.: The largest supplied \ Allen Markham Okeechobee. as
; Slu-miowikl, one of the European. guides who accompanied turf told of the plans of that This Is about Meet We have .tore-GUM-baa advised general convention chairmanfor the 10 preceding year Commissioner ORFURNACE i
I group, and explained how they plenty of It, but the Russian! Conner said
,' the group ef Florida agriculturist on a "person to person"tour are goingemployed about It. They have western embassies it can no the 21st annual convention: Doyle
; of Russia Poland and other countries last August Dr. Arthur Keller,of don't That' another reason longer furnish them with steaks of the grower organization. today.
J George visited aU parts of Florida to see the state and Yblt Baton Rouge, to Ink a feasibility :you can live thank in your lucky star Ambassadors and the Red aristocracy Evans announced that the convention
the U. S. and not
I the 47 men who were on the trip.-STAFF PHOTO. survey for them on the in you the USSR. : : have the No. 1 priority will be held at the Americana Birthday PartyA Built foryeonon

sugar mill proposal When commodity Is In short on any goods available. But Hotel, Bal Harbor Miami dependable servica.,,!
of the group he guided in and Altogether 13 farmers expressed supply, you don't put on a big when there Isn't any to be had Beach, September 22, 23 and 24, family birthday party was convertible to year',
Polish guide about Poland In August He wasa their readiness! to signup nation-wide campaign to promote a priority doesn't mean a thing with pre-conventlon events on held yesterday Sarah Louise aIr conditioning!
relief "in the foreseeable
GUM sees no
guest in the Spratt home, and 2,700 acres for cane growing Its sale. But U. 8 beef is the list and related meetings on Smith, who celebrated: her third
had the opportunity to meet and decided to Investigate plentiful so the American National future the 25th. birthday! at. the borne of her Low lines"55"high

returns visit many Hendry county citizen: further. Cuwbelles, inc.1*planning all Also over reported Russia about I Ia grumbling shortage "We are pleased to announce grandmother, Mr. S a ra h Proud-to-show MMOSMBMsavaa

during his visit to five it a big boost of high quality bread and flour. the acceptance of Mr Markham Smith. honiSl
In fact Florida accorded the Florida' own Mr*. Alto Adams to this important post He has styling
of Florida group"Many visitor its red carpet treatment SPEAKING OF RIDDLES Jr, of ;Fort Pierce elected New In food trade publication served in the State Legislature "Doc"on, vacation I 'Vertlfln' heat
In Tallahassee Governor Farris Bennett Cerf in the Introduction vice president not long ago !indicate: more and more w Representative from Okee distributes ..,
American people never Bryant made him an honorary of his book "Riddle-De- of the National CowBelle organization farm commodity producer are chobee County lor several sessions U. T. "Doc" Koch left :yesterday more 'heat k
realize how very lucky they citizen of the state and'Com Dee', wrote "A famous scholar to teaming up with becoming aware they must engage and Is well known throughout for a, week's vacation: In er with oil.
_re to be living here" was theemphatic missioner of Agriculture Doyle sharing a seat In a stow coach Mrs. Leo Wllhelm of Wheat. In advertising and promotion ,the state and nation. as an Evanston, EL, wdth his daughter mmmuumThermoltrap"-
Conner feted him and arranged land Wyoming to be cochairmen active, able civic and bust ._
and
statement of George with a (farmer, proposed an exchange in order to increase eon.sour Mrs. Foster Crampton
Skraeszowskl, English speaking! his tour of Florida, so he was of riddles to help pass for a campaign to promote demand lor their pro ness leader family Mrs. Crampton. who has with quIet
,, Warsaw guide who renewed! acquaintance able to get a close look at various the Urn*. 'When I mist a rid the 1964 program of "Beef toeFather's duct "He 1 it a director of FFVA, !been visiting her husband on with'gasLake
0 with J. R. Spratt In parts of the state and see die. Ill pay you a dollar, but Day." It will be a joint This trend 1* especially Interesting chairman of the Processed his temporary assignment In
La Belle this week.BknesZOW'Sld the varied agriculture. sine: obviously I've had more project with the Beef Industry to me because It confirms Vegetable and Sub-Tropical Rio de Janiero was )Joined by
Council of
the National Livestock
was one of the A graduate of the Universityin opportunity than ;you to :acquire oIIId Meat Board. the need of many, Florida Fruits Committee, and chairman Mr. Koch In Miami last evening AppliacSagarland
r Interpreter who toured with Warsaw, the handsome young knowledge! when you miss agricultural producers for of the insurance committee They flew to Chicago and
'f the Florida agriculturists on a man could easily be mistakenfor a riddle you need pay me only meat Housewives counter will see postal at the services we have been developing lie is a. director of the thence to Evanston. Miss Hwy.
them to
"person to person" trip to Russia a young American executive. SOc' suggested the scholar. beef at home urging and expanding duringthe Florida Vegetable Canners As- Cheryl Crampton a student at
serve on Father'sDay.
and. Satellite countries last His English is almost flawless The farmer agreed and said Restaurant will be featuring past three year In our Division r
\ August Spratt, a member of the and he is certainly one of the "What 1* It that weighs 600 of Marketing. .
a slogan: "Bring Dad in
tour, said he was easily the favorite most enthusiastic visitor in recent pounds on the ground and only
for a Steak"Father's In a talk to Ohio! Vegetable
of the group.Skrseszowskl year., 15 pounds 'when it flies?" The and Potato
Day this year, by Grower Association
is now on his Skrzeszowskl had seen something scholar confessed' "I don't
the way, win be June 21. and the Ohio Hortclultural: Association
;", :: own private "person to person" of the United States, visiting know. Hen's my dollar." I Al Horton of Lotus-
tour of Florida and U visiting in New York City and touring don't either" said the farmer VOTE m[ }
." I, Now, about the Russians Recent Mile, Kentucky, laid it on the
each of the some 40 members some of the Eastern sea "so here's my 50c. line,
lYrat report Indicate they have according to one produce
.. :' beta having another very'rough publication\ "The Packer." W
': winter following the bad one Said he: "The grower must J. R. (Jack)
"
se' last ;year Figures gathered by think retail today and added
the Central Statistical Board that grower must act ]like

show that In 1963 I come,1H mil- manufacturers to promote their
.. boa head of cattle products\ with consumer advertising
Radish Electric Coe were, "liqui
dated" by Soviet farmers because Citing accomplishments SPRATTREPRESENTATIVE
of the steel and tobacco Indus
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there was no feed for
j 116 South Bond Phone YU 2-1601 them. That number is about trice in carrying their messageto

equal to ALL the beef cattle In consumers, he said "we are
Offers These.$ Saving Specials- Florida. bigger than they are"
V Besides the To illustrate what be believe STATELEGISLATURE
heavy cattle
23" RCA Lowboy Console TV Silex Toasters ........ only $5.95 slaughter, there was a startling grower should be doing, Mr.

t Rl'possl' only $139.95!) !);) only a few left reduction\ of some 29Vi million Horton cited an example of a
'pigs In 1963. Same reason: insufficient grower who brings 100 loads of
'I: Reverse cycle 1 liP Fedders Motorola TV 19" feed.A sweet more recent report note in previous commitment H no one
Window air conditioner
$149.95 only $129.95'I
N acute meat shortage in Mos- 1* promoting corn the cutletscan't

'1 : uN l JIai Dryer only 1 New RCA Portable Stereo to move get it behind, no matter it fast how enough low

'I: r'g. 29.95 a steal at $21.)5!) hear to appreciate ...... $59.95 the price is.
,' ... On the other hand if one of A Proven Record
11 $ 11\\ !II !II $ $ $ $ $ tJ $ the outlets Is informed in adVance A Sound Program. .

'. ,,;., so they can advertise and
merchandise It. they could easily
dispose of 200.loads Background *Economy
LASTeouot Known as one of the nation'
l..r pioneer In fresh vegetable Honor graduate of North,Carolina Sound taxIPI'OQrCll11 adS

If You Are Not A Mechanic.; packaging himself .Mr.s a Horton grower described of 1,500 Member State College, Alpha Zeta; National anon provisions of waste for essentials unnecessary.eUj n:

acres of vegetables In Florida Honorary Agricultural Fraternity ;
i !l the Carolina and Kentucky Member. Phi Kappa Phi. National overlapping agencies and P
.
then should used from cl Fraternity grams
: you buy your next car utwtvnowl t The Georgia Peach Council: Resident of LaBelle 16 years "ApportionmentMaintain

!. "Chuck"' Wells Motor Co., Inc. Not every car Vann Abner ft.' .mar ha more been presidents attention told by to it one must marketing of Its give!for- Member Married of Father Official of two Board.children LaBelle current t status of ra'

Edgar: Duke of Fort Methodist Church track and road funds allotted
Valley
: traded in on new Chev., Pontiac or Olds. is placed told the Council recently: the Elected President Allco 1960 our County by vigorously at-
slate's peach growers still have Member, Lambda Alpha Interna posing further efforts to dept
: on our lot for resale. YU 2 591 I a long way to go and 'Wve tlonal Fraternity '., Real Estate us of fair representation rvht! :
: got to build ourselves back up In and Land Economics Is essential to maintain needi*<<

'( IATARR marketing our product: Elk, Lion, Legionnaire our school road and hors'sAwards !
And the Canadian Fruit
1. W_bins tapqr programs
Wholesalers Association Is developing "
..
:.f. 'i the best used and dlRlo dhaggllAUah a comprehensive plan j 'r' ; ,
Only
very cars are kept by us, Citation from Florida Forestry As 'Roads

'f : then after thru double .--- button sociation for outstanding contrl- Better State Roads In Hen*
only going our checking ... Regional to forestry 1959 County
award from Florida Wildlife

; I j i' process. Our name depends on .your getting the work Federation In wildlife for management outstanding Education


1 ; j: most for your money.. THRIFTY Honorary and conservation, Member 1960 of LaBelle Quality Education

Chapter FL)..

F 'Conservation & RecreatkImprovement
Public
Service
If of GW used will DRUG and eipan0! d
b you buy one our cars you get Member Hendry County School ,hunting facilities

,: the best. It will have been checked mechanically SpecialsGolden Present Board Chairman 6 yeart, Hendry County Expansion areas of outdoor reamsSchool

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and appearance wise. Buy from your quality dealer. Member'veloped of secondary Committee road which de- Agriculture and 'Iud us tr1


''I ,' We currently have a.wide selection of GW used for Chairman Hendry Hendry County 194930 plan Development' of" favorable a: *

County Water lions for eiponslon.'Future .

,.'.h cars. Stop in and look around. :Brown Filletof GlThan Conservation. Committee -12 '


I, ..;)J f Blue Water Fish PlOWtmenl tars Hendry County 19ss.57 Ln. Growth" t

: Member of Aunty Sound and progressive plans
Committee AdvIsorY meet the needs of a 4ro"M
(11: Tartar Sauce French Fries for Edison Junior
Chuck Wells Motor Co. Inc. j jHashpnppies College 2 years county' .
(One
: Cole Slaw Year as VlceChalraan) WILL/
J I BELIEVE IN AND
Authorized Sales Service Part* SHunting and Recreation

,:{ ... 0 ) CHEVROLET -'PONTIAC OLDSMOBILE 2 for Inarumc.nttxl! in WORK FOR THIS PROGRAM I
; 1 .." ...... 580 or 98% hunting said J9a'eat1onal establIahment of


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Attorney Frank Schaub ,

'captured by deputy Tuesday of Bradenton.,,was campaigning in candidate Hendry. for for county sup reelection "Dedicated to the advancement, of fiend ry County and America's Sweetest Town"a)r' 1:


port in the May primary VOLUME 37 NUMBER CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 26, 1964> Return Postage Guaranteed. Sea 143.1. PJL Subscription 14.00 year :R
ty Strman Dyes of Hen- way 80. He gave chase and Schaub stated that his time ''
p county was credited with halted the car near the Sugar for campaigning will be limited, ---- ;:,>
capture of two eacapedsODeN House 'where he was assisted by due to court schedule which I
from the Deep Lakep Glades County Deputy Howard will
presence: in
. Friday afternoon about Dowen. The pair offered no resistance court for three weeks prior to OWA commends ii
near the Moore Haven and have been returned the May primary. He plans,
i ar House. to Collier county, Dyers however, to attend toe Hendry
Capture of the prisoners wasedited said. county political rallies. unless
to excellent radio the' court schedule prevents.
mmunlcatlons( 1D the South "Bud" Dickinson 11

orida aI. area by Sheriff Earl Bud Weaver, Timer Powers seek

i hard Arvo. 22, Rr'V1n
sentence for autoft The Okeechobee Waterway secretary of the Association, ,
-three-year and Larry Robertson 22, neighboring county commission Association has adopted resolutions said that waterway enthusiasts J;
three yean for break- postsTwo commending Fred O. of the Tampa to Fort Myers Fare
vtog had escapedm (Bud> Dickinson, candidate for a are favorable. to their ts"'
r and entering truck on men,both well-known and tatlve of the area on t the Palm governor, for his support of the group merging into camp
,. immokalee-Naples a prison road on well-liked in this are' have Beach County Reeoucea: Dove Waterway. Dickinson has stated chobee Waterway Association
afternoon. That night qualified for county commls- opment Board. He has been ac thai "progress and long range Plans are being made for local ter
jrscay\ into the borne of lon posts in nearby counties.E. :live in Boy Scout work and Is development of the Okeechobee entertainment and accomodatlons "II
1 broke Price, president of the W. (Bud) Weaver, Lake former chairman of the Glades I \ d 'i'r ; Waterway is essential to the tor the annual Boata- .:,
:nk llam of Everglades one goingthe District, Gulfstream Council; 1 "8h growth of Florida." cads which will make an overnight :
front and the other In he was Instructor of adult Dickinson added: "I have for stop in Clewiston on May
tick door. One of the conts ecouUsrs .is an active memberof many years been interested in 18th. The Chamber of Com ;
butcher knife 4he Methodist Church and is the completion of the West Coast merce will assist with this
grabbed a :
threatened Mr. and ),Ir.. vice president of the Lions Inland Waterway from Tampato event, which was moved from '
j Club. Weaver believes bis Fort As fall to the overwhelming
Lane and, Mrs. Hannah engineering Myers. your governor spring on
rl Mr, and Mrs. Lane experience in high I will make every possible request of participants in ,.
ten way bridge, and water control last year's Boatacade.
of Mrs. Price.
* the parents construction: and maintenancewill : The Boatacade will move
Ignored the plea
the he convicts elderly folks not to be be of value as a board Police take wild from east to west this year, I
member. starting! the weekend events at :'
.
((1 and they were bound withd Jensen .Beach, where dinner ,
In nearby Martin ride a
from Venetian blinds, how county, Saturday night
Timer at Frances LaD'ford', Outrlg,1
Mrs. Lane, previous to the .p Powers a former dew-
;r flipped a small penknife laths boy is candidate for A 1, Police officers: R. D. Sapping- ger Inn on Friday night will ';'f
ing which used County Commissioner from the ton and S. M. Price "were lead FEED O. (BUD) DICKINSON open the program.
o her dress was district Including Indlantown. for a "merry chase" Saturday. Boats will leave Saturday
work loose, after which theylied to congressional
request our
morning and the aster boats
office.Mm night by a local juvenile who
the sheriff sought to outrun the officers delegation asking for support of will arrive. in Clewiston In early ; I
and Robertson took two THE EXTENT OF THE PlANT OPERATIONS CAN BE about 10.20.Acoording: the necessary funds to complete afternoon. local plans Include '. ;'\
Price's shirts and left In theae's SEEN IN THIS VIEW ef the epe&lnc day at Chip MID and this project an outdoor dinner at the Elks "
to Assistant Chief
1962 Chevrolet Road Weed Fredneta, lee pleat at Kert. The conveyer Ia tile foreground : Howard S. Banta, executive Lodge with dancing: afterwards.
the old
icki let in Lee, Collier and .h Sappington 18 year
ndry counties up paid dividend takes the flubbed chips hem the !hopper at right which youth traveled at speeds in excess ,
Dyess spotted the car head1 sorts them te she upwards for automatic leading late the of 70 miles per hour while
A.C.L. chip sacs DlaUngolshable la the scene are County winding through the northern
towards dewistoa on High-
BCD WEAVES .rtele. eaI Cemmlssloaer. E. C. Newllng (waving Mrs. Needing, hi section of town and came to a 'a !;:
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background and County Commissioner Campbell E. Nail, >. halt only after hitting a sign
L. Adams sad Ted Galle In the forecrouid.-STAFF PHOTO. and losing control of his car h
?63abadyeartraffic Harbor, ts opposing veteran which ended up in the parkinglot :
Paul Rardin. who is seeking his of the Okeechobee MoteL l 1

6th term at commissioner: from Easter The hat been turned ,
Rotary city-wide egg case !,
the Glades.
over to the juvenile co rt. The ,
wiseHendry Qualifying shortly before the officers have charged the youth

deadline Tuesday, Weaver said hunt to be Saturday morningThe with resisting arrest by running' r.a .
"I pledge full time effort to the .- from the police in an automobile si
county cannot be job and assert that unity In I ; wilful and wanton reckless .". n"
ned of its traffic accident rec4 Palm Beach County is Important I r. annual citywide Easter driving; at speeds of 6070mph ( '-
on the old cycle race: track CRYSTALIZED '
for 1963. The report of the and can be achieved to the I J Egg Hunt sponsored by the. across from the exhibition in a 25 mph zone; and i
dewtston Club In
partment of Public Safety of of the entire Rotary cooperation careless and
great advantage driving causing an
building; all areas will be
1\ with the Clewiston Recreation
e state, shows the county's.leage county." 1L\ \ ,, marked with red flags. accident. ENERGY, !
. death rate, and its '" Department will be held :
per ..:. ....
Weaver Is field superintendent : -: at the Fair Over 2,000 eggs including The officer noted that the
it of fatal accidents Saturday morning
than state .are high- for Ritta and Clewiston Drainage TIMER: POWERS Grounds, according to Woody candy eggs and live prize eggs outh failed to heed the red OF ( r r ':
average.I'cnuiy Districts! and has been a Carruthers, recreation director. will be hidden for the young. night and siren and that the
county's mileage death leader In civic affairs in the Powers is a graduate of Clew Toddlera through the third store Carruthers said. All kids closer the officers got to his SUNSHINE
te J. is 104; the state average Glades area for.many years. iston High School and of the grade will be separated into must hunt alone with the exception car, the faster he traveled In ,
2. the cent of fatal
; per eJenti He was for two yean represenJudge University of Florida. He is 27, three groups and will hunt In of the toddlers who maybe winding around Pasadena, Osce- j
in the
county was S per single, and Is owneivmanagerof l> accompanied. ola and Circle: drive,
three divided Toddlers
rh; the state was 1r areas. .
average w tbe Indlantown Gas Com ..
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will hunt on the west side of the
cent (The mileage death '
pany. He is a past president of ,j"' f
.
te office building; preschoolerswill J r
indicates the number of ,
unable to the Kiwanis Club, past chairman
hunt north of the office 111Fa
athj per 100 million vehicle: of the division vocational ; "
i lee traveled). lit through Srd grades will hunt
guidance committee of Kiwanis, ; ., ,I
Seven persons were killed In court mumps Is institutional representativeof '
x fatal highway accidents in"xiry : ;
Boy Scout Troop and a member
county last year; one Carlos of the Martin County Library School out for '
Acting city J judge
rtha them In a city, the other six Dickey was unable to hold court Board. He Is a memberof Easter holiday LLp9, d' \ \
occurred on highwaysulde !
the Catholic Church: and putHrretl1'1 Liy
last Wednesday, being confined:
OewUton schools will
of city limits. Therere public:
of the Holy Name S0- .
to his home a caaa of
by .
be after i'
( a total of 22S reported scents ciety. dismissed Thursday .". r
' In the county, and 148 mumps noon. March 28 until Tuesday ...: I
nona were Injured In them. According: to City Hall, he is Residents) U the Clewiston morning, !March 31, according '.S'
There were 1,489 persons kill recovering nicely aDd expects area will watch with great interest to Supervising Principal JamesE. .
, n.189 Injured in tbe: 143.798 to be back at work by sold-week the campaigns of these Brandon. .
"nts! reported In the state sod court was to be held as two neighboring! counties as they The holidays are being observed .. 1., !

t year scheduled Wednesday.. affect these candidate,. county wide.We're : j: ;,

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,. Two' THE CLEWtSTON NEWS Clewton, Fla Dave Palm and wag It
Thursday, March 28. 1968-Section Two Spring. and the purple martins It's History Now] past weekThree according Sugarland to Charles .""o?

[ land, who Invell1<ed i
wins fellowshipDavid claent Damage ilia..
hereNow accidents of minor nature war
NEWS are THIKTT TEARS AGO officer at estUnall(
THE CLEWISTON A Denslow, Jr., son have been Investigated! due.Ing r.the S3S to Dnrl

Published every Thursday at 109 Central: Avenue, dewtstoo the days are longer than the nights (From' dewiston News of Mr and Mrs. David A. the last week by the ClewIsion Last

Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. This Is an officially true statement Spring arrived at March 23, 1934) Denslow Sr., Clewlston, has Police Department Crawford Tuesday, >14n. Ida
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9 a.m., Friday, March 20. A program of Easter music been awarded a Woodrow Wil Saturday, a 1960 Ford driven lees was charled a// 11IIo
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1127, at the The date is the Vernal Equinox on the calendar the was presented in the school auditorium ton Fellowship for the 1964-65 by Roger D. Cook of South Bsygild Simmons driving by OIncer

Post Office In Clewlston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of date on which the days and nights are exactly equal. by Miss Mae Drew school year.Denslow on the wet pavement into cross Ventura after aha bait//

March 3, 1878. Hereafter the days grow longer, the nights shorter, until the Mrs M. P. Peterson, Marshall a senior economics the side of a 1961 Cereals drlv- struck: a Mercedes Avenue flertV|(
NATIONAL EDITORIAL fall equinox when the rate is reversed for the winter months. Yenawlne, soloists and members major at Earlham College en by Mrs. Margaret .
ARIA' We note in a casual way the gradual lengthening, or of the Community Chorus, Richmond, Ind., will have full Damage was
V 411 Q IASSC&13Nr T.' = shortening, of the day, but we have no such built-In time with Mrs Mark Lawler accompanist : tuition 'and fees for the first by Simmons esUnnertdg to the .
-- Iiuinuwi and Lawson Jones, via year of 'graduate study paid by INCOME TAXSERVICE Denz.
pp clock or calendar as our feathered friends. .
H "CliVI : ." The swallows arrived Caplstrano exactly on sched linist. the nowhlp.A
'" MIMIlI t: Subscription Rates ._ $4.00 per year ule-one day prior to the official first day of spring. M E. VonMacfa announced l his graduate of Hillsborough Chevrolet Monday, owned afternoon a >lit
. board editor and
0 school Denslow was
(Return Postage Guaranteed) candidacy for High School, PERRY ddrd It
Oc .Hee The robins are singing in the north. Earlham, Post the W.O. William D. Baltenger,
of the Jf
member. .
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher And the purple martins are again house-hunting In II
Pahokee '
was
1rioN x Mrs Oliver Scharnberg of student newspaper, during hi!* Tax Consultant parked OD to*
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor Clewiston. He has been chair the levee. and rolled dmv
of her Junior year.
Telephone: Justness! and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 These cunning migratory birds were delighted this year New York ln-law was, Mr.guest and Mrs. man of the board In charge of 144 Avenlda Del Rio. Incline Into the rim cum a
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves to find a new apartment house ready for them. It is a paren Scharnberg, Several all campus publications: duringhis Phone yokes S-7841 ulcer! S. M. Price InvMUnu!
, a the right to reject! any; objectlonal advertisement! handsome three story frame dwelling with gable roof; the Herman were given in her honor senior year. HuslnessPersonalFarmComplete the accident and estimated\ Z
a THU mtnuicrlpt.NEWS ai.um.i or photograph.THh no re.pon.lbllltr. for the Mtura of unsolicited building is painted white, the roof a brick red. The three parties during her visit The Woodrow Wilson Fellowships damage to the car at Bja

NbWS!: ..ium no financial roponelblllty for typographical stories contain thirty units, and from outward appearancesthe started have been supported since Bookkeeping Ballanger had parked lilt a
Davis con.itructlon
but If notified
comml..lona In adnrU..mant Mrs Mary
of such .rron. befor.or neat li.u. paper will reprint cor* rooms are all to be occupied. It is located near the two of the theater building 1957 by grants totaling $52 million Service and gone r.ctly: that part of the h..t .r tOfnt'h th. .rror occurred story apartment and both from the Ford Foundation. had not set his partly blskt
are on lofty perches the
near East
In the went a 11m. element would render the correction values adjoining the B&B on, Bug
his, the News will reduce the price of the advertisement by an city hall. arland Highway! ,
amount equal to the p.r..nta"a of the total apace a. the arron.
Mr and Mrs. Martin
ous or omitted copy r.prient.d. are moving in, and busily arranging Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg .
their furnishings Other martins, finding the apartment of ,Pahokee, opened a dry goods a
K. rer + .9 a ; t trrrr. house filled have taken up temporary quarters In the city's store adjoining Christian's Bar. ii.H
I traffic lights. Clewlston finds Itself at this busy season of/ ber Shop. .
the year without sufficient accomodations for the feathered -

tourists who make an extended visit here each spring en- TWENTY YEARS AGO
route to their homes in the north. .
Perhaps we need another housing development for (From Clewlston News { m i]
them. March 24. 1944))

Catholics netted $500 on
j The '64 Jet'smooth Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe ((119-In.wheelbase)
Patrick's Dance
CLOSED G7/ Religion & Politics : : :: the The St.Seniors, directed by Mar.

ions Bjornsen, presented their +I
Evangelist Billy Graham Is one of the dynamic personalities senior class play.
of the day. Mother Leydlg" died at her

His name Is household home at age 82.
a word in many capitals of the
Mrs. J. E.Beardaley. and Mrs.
world, as it is in the mountains of his native North Carolina.
Homer Taylor were candidatesfor
He has become friend and confident of Presidents and school superintendent opposing
kings, as well as a counselor of the common man. the incumbent Dr. C. E.

It's not surprising then, that politicians casting about Weaver. O. B, Rackstraw opposed
for a glamorous name seek to lure Graham into this year's Incumbent Tom Hull tor '
Presidential campaign. New Chsvell Malibu Sport Coupe ((115-In. wheelbase)
clerk of circuit courtGeorge
That fits the pattern in a time when big-name ,football B. "Frog" Smith was I.
coaches and astronauts In the U. S. Armyat .t
are trying to translate their popu a corporal r.
larity into high' elected public office. Kingman, Arizona. :
Graham has recently brushed aside political Boy Scouts planned the annual
itself? temptation
Why must history repeat if Indeed any was involved. Camporee at Lake Wales.A. yV
His H. King and V. C. Wood-
to
answer political
pressure was: "I would
A great deal of hustle and bustle and considerable be a preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ than hold rather ward were Scoutmasters, accompanied A' v '
work and worry is going on behind the ROAD CLOSED political office in the any the boys. The trip :

signs which barricade the new 4-lane US 27 from Clewis- All of us profit world"t from Graham's decision was made on the train. (Gasoline ,
to stick
the Bare Beach State Road to was rationed I) .j
ton to pumphouse Department preaching
In the
United States : '
politics and religion are 64 Chevy 0 Nova Sport Coupe ((110-ln.wheelbase)
engineers and crews are trying to repair a new road which not t mixed; our success and our democracy
broke up when traffic was turned over it How successfultheir degree from this tradition.-Lake Wales News.stem to "a large TEN TEARS AGO

efforts will be only time can tell. (From Clewlston News
The' situation has a startling similarity to the breakup
Rights Bill" now being March 25, 1954))
thrown
of the Turnpike when it was first opened to traffic The around In '
cause appears to be the same-use of llmerock from the Sonny Sez Our Washington, D. C.' Manuel L. Garcia was assigned

Lake Okeechobee (specifically, Belle Glade,) area. The holding Florida delegation Is to the Clewiston area as .J
strong .
opposition to its Florida Highway Patrolman.U. f
same remedial measures appear to be chosen for application passage How long'and whether S. Engineers Informed all
on. US 27 as on the Turnpike. The top of the road is The new life In the Hendry -or not they will be able to kill occupants in houses on the government
being "sealed off" by applications of asphalt and slag and County Democratic Committee It is
unknown. ,
While
Is being reservation that houses '64 Corvalr Monza Club Coupe ((103-In. wheelbase)
by moving the material away from the edges of the road "going to allow residents of pushed along under a cloak of would soon be offered for sale "
end applylnq an "asphalt sealer" on the sides to ,the depth the county the privilege of rights, its passage will give by the government -
ol the offending llmerock base. hearing and seeing the various the attorney general unlimited H. T. Vaughn was speaker

Many local residents believe that these measures will candidates cause next for month.office elate. their powers which wit effect'every kt the annual Future Farmers -
not suffice/ in this location. They point to the comparative individual in the United Elates banquet -
ly low level of the road's surface lower( than "old US 27''), This Is an excellent Idea and The Attorney General and his Fred Slices, Chamber of Commerce -

and to the area it traverses, much of which is not within a will give the voters a chanceto investigators snooping and pry. president, reported 101 '
local drainage district, and hence has trouble drying out' see how their prospective leg will over the country can and paid up members.St -
representatives in remove what traces of Margaret's Pariah
after rains They the office ma. sponsored
say water table in the land during
rainy seasons will\ be raised until water will\ be attracted neuver before the critical eye Rights Democracy we have Freedom left. and the annual St. Ptrlcks '64 Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe ((98.In. wheelbase)
Into the of the public and of cour. to Dance with Bill Bromley'sMiami
offending/ llmerock
base from below.
make their. orchestra providing the
promises!
The State Road Department, through its chairman has music. Chevrolet will to lengthto
absolved -0I- TO THE go any
the
contractor from blame In the faculty construct IETTERSI Eastern Stars presented Mrs.
tion of the road; it said the road met the SRD specifica Tommy Pullen, home on rE I10'3' Stella PIrkle with her 25 year
tions emergency leave told of _., make
walk. membership pin and she was you happyThings
I,t The Question being asked locally is: lug Into a NCO Club near Hamburg .. showered with gifts from chapters

"After the Turnpike experience, why did SRD Germany; and was amazedto LETTER TO THE: in the district: In a special
specifications for the US 27 use thesert' see a Oewiston! News ea a EDITOR} courtesy at the Eastern Star have changed a lot since a Chevy rolet and Chevy II (and between> parlor*(
.... construction? table. The clue lead to Bucky The Easter Sunrise Service meeting was only a Chevy. Especially your ideas meters, with five whole feet left over);
Hood and they enjoyed \M is to be bold at 6 ajn. on Eastr Everlyn: Lee was elected president of what you want a Chevy to be. Then, too there'i the sporty 15*OIt
[' Ship Store Spend Lest home week." morning at the Herbert of Business and Professional So now you have the Jet- mooth Chew Carvair 80 right for 80 many people ((1a
I' .' I --surer Hoover Dike overlooking lake Women's Club. rolet-17H feet 01 pureluxury l bumper girls in particular that we've sere
..' Your Dollars Go Okeechobee to bumper,The size makes it Cmbut
.. This spot on top a uxury car. touched 8n inch of, to.l.nd finally
:. Farther on Rea Express Most of us seem. to get workedUp of the dike would stem to' be not the price. 'veiie-BUU UJi fee and still too DIUd
I to UU. Id da any food the ideal location for the Bun- I Or you can choose the thrifty Chevy II for any true aports.carlover) to say no*.
.J Phone YU 2-2141 For Pick up & Delivery Service other than spin our wheels. rise Service at Eastertlme. Did You Know? a 15ye foot family car with all kinds of The long and short of it is, you dot

J Such is the case of '1M "Civil Various clubs service or.ganlzationt passenger and luggage space. have to go to any length to find exac4'

i.II businesses, and individuals t This year,your choice might be the kind ot car you wan to l
J have been contacted You can get lllBWJi.16fo.fl': Chevelle szI serf the five.diflerent Bate of a:*

i -. to provide services and in cases to fit nicely between Chey- jjfJa at your_Chevrolet dealer's.THE .
6 4r materials for the service.
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comprises
roll Bell James Hill Martha Pra. high school approximately boy la 87,000 reportof there were 192 cases made by public service message where Clewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Fag Three
Honor 2.700 U. S.
ter, Gayle Roland, Barbara and Canadian the Sheriffs Department during public service had failed, with' Thursday, March 26, 1964 Section Two
McDavM. Gloria! Clavijo. Nancy died high schools, was Sheriff's Dept the month of February 1964 the defirtment{ (turning over
School as fallows k
at High Corbin, Nina Duckett Joe Lee, thousand high : "Sixty-seven The Hendry County Sheriffs with an additional 13 out-of. S3.6S38) to the County Fine I
school young men Department report that including county warrant served
Danny MOM, Mary Forsyth.; for a and Fortfttur Fund.
adopted
..Seelorjigh an eight point program those made by total of :205 Harlem News
and onion arrests.
Junior Vth Grade Rena Cox, Carol which Ai/esta:: were as follows: one
SchoOl cla5lel; have S03ludemt Davidson, Denna Wood, Lynwood spiritual stressed strengthening the Florida Highway! Patrol, The department delivered 17 each for improper, atari improper
growth,
end 18.' per eeII& of Bishop, Susan Butchart. our preserving turn, no UU lamp, destroying I
common .
em made !be honor wU tor Barbara dark, Valerie Crofut, !ideals, putting democracy heritage on and the -bAq.h personal property, carrying News of Our Colored CommunityMRS
wrth six weeks period. Warren Fletcher, Frank Hunt offensive, concealed weapon, failureto
Inspiring
he bonoJ tn:) 18 divided into David McCarthy, Bruce McCon. leadership intelligent report an accident improper JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored New Editor ,
e Circle and Outer CIrcle yule, Tommy Mann moral stressing higher ,, nrBf<' parking, petit larceny, violation I
noer standards by Phone YU 1-7831 1 1A
tudents and only J per coot oR 10th Grade-BUI Baird, Jimmy mental and physical fitness.promoting" of driver's license restriction

total student were Included) Crockard, Marlon Crofut, Kiwanis resisting arrest, desertion Tribute T* Founders Day James Brooks, James S. West !I
the inner( Circle, requireen Freeman Hodges, Bobby Jones, International, too, Improper tag driving on wrong on, Kearn D. Sander. Lenora r: '
n : for which are at least Michael Jordan, Dan McCarthy was honored. The organization tilde of divided roadway, Improper The Harlem Academy P. T A. Weekley, Sylvia A. Hill, Her I::>
received M
and i B permitted. Jan Wilson Pat Bat a Distinguished Service !turn at Intersection, paid tribute to he Founder of man E. Galnous. Guan D. Rogers
nerewereBSftudenUonih. dree, Fran Jennings. Award for its_196344 theme, worthies check, obtaining mono the Parent Teacher Association Margie Mcdaln, EmmitLaGrant );

OIIOr roll. 13 of them being 11th Grade-Cindy Allen, San. freedom"Responsibility" The Key to ey under lalset pretense, Interfering with a very impressive Jones, dark," '
circle ,tude*V. dra Bell, Jimmy Bible Harold Klwanis has 'won atop with an officer, depriving program Monday night March Samuel Askew Sellers L. Lit .'R4
r grades the record li: Jones. Elaine McOonvllle. Bill award each year since the minor children of necessary 23. The school library was set tles. Deletha A. Rhode.

By 7t1-.101! .tudentl 9 honor, Perry Ricky Sexton Joanne Freedoms Foundation began sustenance and raiment, aggravated up for the occasion, where Miss Third Grade, Miss V. Randolph : I
1 per cent. Wood. Barbara Zemonek Sandra Circle K International. a college !- assault with Intent to>> F. J. Bryant school librarian, and Mrs. Mamie R. Me- ,:

8tb.S studenbs, 24 honors, Z7 Brasher, Janice Carlin, men's service organization commit: 1st degree murder, attempted displayed a lovely bulletin in Cray, Instructors: Patrick Coleman .
also sponsored by KlwanU, received armed breaking honor of the founders.
r cent Elizabeth Rogers, Earl For- robbery, Emilia Johnson. Barbara ;
8 11-$6 students, 18 honor she, Sue Cuthrto. a George Washington and entering, forgery auto The following program was J. Sykes, Judith G. Hilton, :.

8 8 per cent.IOtb96 12th Grade-Bonnie Knowtea, Honor MedaL theft. enjoyed by a large group of Jeanette Keaton, Ann L. Tarv' !

student, 12 honor.' Cheryl Lee, Mike Marina Tommy Two each for escape from. parents and friend er, Cynthia Lee, Charles A. Burrows ..
5 per cent. -.' Moore, Sandra Pace, Glen- SIZE OF CHIP CARS OF A.C.L. Ie I noted ky cemparlaoaOUgarland state road prison, robbery by Opening song, America; scrip Jr., Evelyn Clark, Theodore :'

llth.1) students, U honor Ice Raulerson, Fred RIggio, Pharmacy with OMB climbing end of ear, a* well as on round, at the force, overwldth, beating board ture. Rev. L. Holmes; prayer, O. Mack, Marsha Saner,
Kq 92 per cent Robert 'l'bomplOll.Key Chip Mill at Keri. The conveyer at right delivers the can bill, illegal possession of alcoholic Elder Banks, visiting minister; Marilyn J. Scott. Isabella Tar- I tvar.
-53 student, 10 honor. beverage. Three each for selection, choral group, under -
\\2b-! PIZZA I into the hopper (center) where they ue agitated ewer a
Iq pet cent Clubber wins screen, through which the chip of proper else drop .to a new wilful and wanton reckless driving the direction of Miss V. Randolph Fourth Grade Mrs B. S. Ibbo
53 student' M honor' Improper driver's license, ; Instrumental solo Mrs.
Total conveyor belt which deliver them (Ca& top of cal) Into the and Mrs. W. L. Davis, UVtructor !
18 pea> cent. foundation awardKey YU 2-3311 wilting Chip Cars.-STAFF PHOTO. allowing unauthorized person to Lottie Williams; introduction of ( Audrey William,
ROLL drive, reckless display of firearms speaker> Mrs. J. S. Oajadha; Lester D. McMillan, Julus ,
HONOR' Club International, high violation of rightofway.Four speaker, Mrs. W. C Taylor Franklin, Patricia Clark, Rosa
fourth Six Weeks IM Mbine school boys' service organization each for failure to have Belle Glade. Her subject "Ex- Mae Crichlow. Mary Jean Hoc

) Clrcl (at least S A', sponsored by the KJ- vehicle under control: contributing : tending the Trail." This most ace James Heart, Freddie

B allowed:( ) 8th Grade-Randy wants International, has won a 7 &> ockrll) Mary Alice Gober, top award In the annual Free minor; six for public profanity. piece; solo, "I Walked Today Dixon, Gwendolyn F. John
atrlc Kelly Steve Sexton. domes Foundation Americanism' When you want something good Seven for driving while Intoxicated Where Jesus Walked." lon, Kenneth A. Jones, GlendaG.
cj Miller: 9th Grade-David competition, according to ClaudM. really good to drink Miss Katie Mitchell; remarks Robinson, Bettye A. Wash.
cardslw Carolyn Cox. Mary Glidcna:! president of the aood'chances are you think of Milk. Fourteen for assault and battery Mr W L. Falrley; remarks ington.

ath-rim Lee, Tony Miller; Klwanis Club of Clewlston, Fla. think of anything that would ; 18 each for no driver'. Mr. Homer J. Bible, Supt. Public Fifth Grade, Mr. H. L. Mo

loth Grade-Rudy Barton, Bill The Klwanis Club of Clewlston taste better than a tall glass of ice cold milk? license, disorderly conduct; 27 Instruction Hendry County; Klre and Willie J. Scott, Instructors :-
12th Gra wrcnce and And when think of for public drunkenness; 44 for -Vernlta A. Klngcade, Edwin
a healthy drink
ells: Beverly Preston. Clewlston High School. you unlawful speed.Bolton Mr. Annie Mitchell, present
think first of milk. All in M. Mack Pauline Harris .
all
(Outer) Circle (M least S B'*,' The ,award which was presented you president; announcements.
to Kenneth Milk Is nature'most nearly perfect food- Closing Battle Hymn of Chanetta Valree Davis, Austin
c allowed): Cohen 17, of healthy! ; song Earl Helen A. Lewis, Bonnie G. !
7th Grade Donna Addison Swing Township High School and a delightful beverage anytime.So the Republic, audience. ; bona Littles, Lovvorn N, Dixon, Ck> .

Jis Clark. Clegg Hooks, Jim Trenton New Jersey, on February whenever you think of describes diction. rlda M Moore, Brady Hart Jr.
randon Byron Wilder, Judy 22, at Valley Forge, came Good and Healthy-think of Milk. Hostesses, Mrs Annie Jones Sixth Grade Mr. W. L. Fair-
rantley Patricia Pace, Linda for Key Out's 1963 theme 36 years of sugar and Mrs Emma Jean GrlsweU. ley and Mr. L. T. Henderson.
parks Stefanie Willis "Fulfill Freedom' Challenge." Refreshment were served in I
Instructor*-Leola Hart Bart-
O 1114 DAilY COUNCIL Of SOUTH ItOAIDtC
Ith Grade-Cmlly Batey, De- Dr Kenneth D. Wells, presidentof Bill Bolton, general manager the Home Making room, prepared ley Grey, Michael Kerr. Isaiah I'
rah Comrle, Eugene Bine, the Freedom's Foundation --_. _-- -----" ---_. _-- of Harley Watson Farms, gave by Mrs. Norvclle Lee and Hill Eddie Pope, Evelyn Baldwin :
La Manna made the and informative her class Assisting In the serving -
tty Maddox Quits presentation. r a delightful Guy Rogers, Jonas Austin, ;
Donna Morrison. Esther Key dub International, which ,. summary of sugar making in were girls from the class. Anthony Mack Emanuel Junes,
t the Everglades in a Rotary talk Dwlght Jackson, Sandra K.
at the weekly luncheon meeting
New Bethel A. M. E. Church Newton Henry Lewis. .'
Monday Annual Women's Day Seventh Grade, Mrs. N. M. I
"The first sugar cane was instructors
Lee and Mr. Freddie Jones
ground in Clewlston in the The women of the church -Connie Johnson, Gloria .'
1928-29 harvest season.and lam were in charge of the service Johnson Cynthia Kitchen. "

proud to have had some partin throughout the day, Sunday, Roger McCray, Ralph B. Hi'l .., ,'
,the 36 cane harvests since March 22. Guest speaker for Deborah Williams. ,

that time," said Bolton. In a the morning was Miss Mary Eighth Grade, Mr. Johnny L ;; \
flashback of memory he mentioned Hall Williams, member of the Morgan and Mr. Sylvester '
a few details of life and Payne Chapel A. M. E Church, Humphrey, Jr., instructors t t
work In the Clewis ton area in Weat Palm Beach: large audience Clara Moore, Michael Qulntyne, I I
1928-29 "We were clearing a of members and friends Samuel Simmons, Barbara Wilson -

ditch bank, and Just for fun were present. and enjoyed a Patricia Canty, Julius I I
asked the workmen to line up wonderful .
message.At Scott, Shirley A. Smith ?:t ", '
the snake w pin. the young womenof Ninth v I ,
tall along the ditch bank. the church were In charge Davis, Instructor W II 1 t rId rr i ''I
There /was one and oae-half At this time Miss Evelyn Johnson Brewatcr, Charlie Hill.., '

I miles of them, and rusty' were was guest speaker and the Tenth Grade, Mrs,.,M. I. I
moccasiiu. I killed 33 duck Junior choir was In charge of Black, instructor: -Trancena ,
with thre shots (there was no the music. This impressive Hill Evelyn Johnson, 'Carolyn ': '

game warden in those days), ceremony was enjoyed by all Pope, Vernlta Ward FranreneKlngcade I J
md when ,we were building a .
present. Joyce Scott, Evelyn
sand dike to hold back water
I
The evening cervices began at G. Jackson.
from the fields, I used my straw Mr. C' A. I
7 o'clock and Mr*. Vera Whit- Eleventh Grade,
hat to scoop up the nice fat field of Friendship Baptist Burrows, instructor Bernice ''I
bream that gathered where the
Church brought the message Pope, Leander Weekley. '
water flowed over the dike and This marked the close of a Twelfth Grade, Mr S. Hum. /''
.
the SO workers had
a a"plentiful great day for the women. Mrs. phrey, Jr. Instructor- supply for a fish fry. Clara Bell Morris, captain No. William, Gwendolyn Patrick
Then Bolton switched to the
4 was leader in the financial Sbcrease Weekley. Louise
more serious topic of growth drive. She will receive her White, Ernestine Mitchell, Katie
"That year there were 1,000 crown at a later date. Receipt Mitchell.. Dorothy Coleman "

w6IKNAD COMPWBON acres. of sugar cane, the tonnage for the day were in the neigh Lois Henry. .
'
was 13 tons of cane pro I
borhood of f785. '
ducing about one ton of sugar t.
Rev. L. Holmes, Pastor.
) per acre, for a yield of 7.6 percent Card ef Thank I ,
roan In the 1962-63 season a I
/0s7p4 Tr there were 153,000: acre har Band Parent Club New W* wish to.express our sincere ''r

vested The yield varied greatly The regular meeting was held thanks and deep gratitude to an "'. '
due to location of the cane our neighbors and friends tor
fstYSe/f1 Thursday night, March 19, in
and of the their kindness, during! our recent .
the experience growers the school library. Rev. L.
,-from 4"31 at Talisman to Holmes conducted the devo- illness and confinement to 1' ;
10.It at U. S. Sugar Corporation. tion. Our gueiit for the eveningwas bed. W* are l1'a1lefu11ndeed to I I
Mr. J. R. Spratt, who Dr. Allison. Dr. Johnson and
Bolton displayed a map of khowed a wry interesting film, those who gave finance, food
the Everglades area, on which taken while on hi* tour of Rus Juices get well card: and all
the 1963 can fields were colored ala. Other guest present were that was done in any way to ",

showing the extensive Mr. Humphrey and the members make us feel better and happy
plantings and >the growth of the of the Junior and Senior May God bleu each and all of

Industry in the past few. years. classes. The information they you, i* our prayer.

President Carl Hornsby conducted received will be of great importance Respectfully, !

IT the meeting and announced to them in /their! studyof Mrs Lottie and Leroy William .!. I
a
DRIVE that dub memberswere lit. behind the Iron Curtain.
needed to assist with the The business was interesting' I
Easter Egg hunt on Saturday and encouraging We will reveal Hilton's Grocery '

morning. Woody Camitben, our financial status at a Groceries Fresh Meat
dewlston recreation director, later date. W* are asking far a Vegetables )
who 1s in charge of the hunt final report on the sale of roll- Cold Drink Essential Items ',,

stated Youth Center members rite tablet at our next meeting W* Appreciate Your !i ,
will prepare and hide the eggs, April 16. All Band Parent Patronage
and will also assist, but asked are asked to cooperate in this Mr. and Mr*. Thirs. IIDtn I
that lour or five Rotarlan be rreprteterHarlem / ,
drive.J.
on band to help with traffic S. Gajadha, President.
and conduct the hunt itself. .
a ''t4A It was announced that a film Club ,
on Scouting, prepared by the Honor loll for Fourth .) ; !

., ',, "', Gulf Stream Council will be Us Week Your Favorite Mixed Drink ,. I
.
.,." (' shown a* the program next First Grade, Mrs. L. E. Welter Cocktail :
; week. and Mrs. E. E. TIsdale, Instructors Fried Chicken Sandwiches \
Recorded Music
-Melbla\ Galnous, Cal :
; ,; vin Ca.ueberl"WaltlC'r Johnson Popular Band I
Mr. and Mr*. WD1 Wallace, 'I
Deborah Weekley. VerteraLittles .
VA direct l loans Annette Wright Randy Proprietor* : :

Freeman Margaret Clark MeU leJULIA'S :

need waiting via Robinson, Edgar Kerr. De-
'64 SUPER TORQUE FORD no : bra Askew, Vernon Harold Kelly -

Veterans interested in obtaining Nathaniel J. Cole, Claudette. BEAUTY NOOK I
VA-guaranteed Joan should L. Dixon, Letha D. Weekley.

Test-drive that earned Helps Bring You a Better Car: Most know that direct loan fund are Eleanor Hill, Catherine Ford, For That New Look: '
total How Ford Racing Tinting Styling Citing e' I
the performance John Henry Summers, Bruce M.
will tell the track Is a valued available and there 1* no waiting Ne
automotive engineers you Appointments.: II
Ford the streak in racing his-. list, said Tom C. David loan Johnson Samuel Gray. Friday and Saturday ,
ryForexampieFordrocinghasledtoabettertoryand
biggest winning guaranty officer, of the Jacksonville Second Grade, Mrs. D. V. RIB
Mrs. Julia Bale, Proprietor!
coveted block Improved pistons, Improved valve train stronger Florida, Veteran Ad- and Mrs. Sander, instructors
won MotorTrend magazine's connecting rods and bolts. Such Improvements contribute mlnirtratlon office. "

Car of the Year" Awardl! Test-drive a winner to total! performance so Important< In your Mr. David say his office win f

everyday VT g. be pleased to receive a request
at from any veteran tot the purpose :
your-Ford- ..Dealer's- sooniTESTDRi of buying or building a ELITE GROCERY:;

Dane. Slate there to no waiting
list any veteran requesting a i
AT YOUR FORD DEALERS direct Joan U promptly tent an Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies

: YE A TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER application with Instructions tor

completing, and the matter I it Cold Drinks Clewiston News k; Jtl
handled much more rapidly(
than at some time* In die part Other Items<
MOTORS INC Mr. McDavid ha notified H.
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HENDRY COUNTY P. Johnson, one of toe Direct For Information Call TV 27651Clewlston I
loan dosing Attorney of the

Susarlaad Highway Clewiston, Fla. present states of funds.. (



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Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Ha. lion pound of canned pork lab customs have wed over a New volumesin colored circled eggs, tucked by fluffy in "straw".nJ little art after In Rood the(...Bid"dltl"1 !Op.nlnr n, within. Sub-eon 10' dais PM Il: OAje,,. p ee; 'c.el:unt : t l:yMI'ropnssl

Thursday, March 26, 1964- Section Two were acquired Inc he school million: obscene American: books and IJaster! bunnies tractors may obtain document:
lunch program. Approximately and magazine. chickens by paying reproduotloa coat srtr rigged' forma" uet k
and
public library childrenAround : nut
will delight the which r" t will not b. refunded.Pooum.nU dotarhod .. nov !
fr' 'c
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103 million of DeGaulle r
pounds chopped know why
Now we the world for centuries may b. examined tees No quu1 I tbl4 8110 11 ,:"Ib
LaBelle. He will use the varieties meat have been purchased during Isn't too friendly anymore of eharf. at the Art.hlt.ct. of. meets wig Y be ::
;
Winter Haven junior fiction dyed ells have been exchanged tic*. romdrr, nee. ID I
men t the other two have chosen. the current fiscal ;year for America has cut into one of R
as gifts during tho Each proposal mint b* accom. RAW BlD r '
The three men plan to plant citrus needy Currently, this best of revenue. ) :
persons France's sources Junior FICUO -M7 Side of the of new ills panted by a Certified Check period of .
'which. will mature at various product, along with a varietyof spring as a symbol CMhlWa Check or Bid Bond thirty lam'ItN,'
Mountain Jean George; The and nature's awakening Iroin executed by the Bidder and Surely ash: Blaet\ for oti oar :...I
I planting times, giving them a long: other foods, I 11 being distributed Cs.Also .
I\ groves Tough Winter-Robert Lawson; of winter. Company licensed to do bu.l- .
season. to about six million individuals. In London Mrs. Annie Beverly deary; the' bleakness ne' In Florida. In alum equal Rfu':. OWNER R&9 rrl
Hurry Hugglns- to
,Many Jobs have been provided In this connection the to five (S) per cent of the amountof Hide reject ata
Sane caught shoplifting! and aetlq'
was Henner's Lydla-Marguerite de the total bid. The Bond l> required :: to wale
in fcy the booming citrus industryin called attention to ..... .hangs. I.
l Hendry countyThree Secretary Detectives also found he was Mike Mulligan and His a* a guarantee I. If HYr J.
Angell R
Hendry county, and local labor his announcement last week that carrying $1,036 In cash, 11,238 Steam; Shovel Virginia Lee Vets Info ServiceD the Bid I I. accepted, a Contractwill ikard mf pr.tt Pubiq, Ine'bi'n....

1 citrus grove, 500 acre has been used In this op egg solids will be added to the in bonds, and $560 In certificate Burton; The Last Sooner Hound b. entered of It iir.pwly Into and the...ur.performance ... A.T1'Hendry MilT! County: :brae-

'1 and up la tine, are being planted eration. foods being distributed to needy *. Arna Wendell Bontemps; The aucc.uful bidder will b. required J. Homer Bibie
,:\ la Hendry county by J. R. Luther Graham bad been contractor persons by the DepartmentDetails Asked why she didn't keep the! Thee Hannah-Margaret deAn- FRANK E. VELTRE Bond, oov.rlniand to execute, a Includlnr Performance and Secretary, ee toetj:

Paul and associates, on land for the land clearing op of offers for the beef money In a bank, Mrs. Sone ,ell, Thimble Summer-Eliza County Service Officer labor and materials. The Performance d PCounlInrln\ enlo4be 4
.. eration. product will be mailed to the Bond shall b. written CN iragarr. ta.
!
purchased from Circle Bar Cat- said: "There'.too much'thiev beth Enrlght; Little Navajo The 1964 edition of VA Fact : bh;
\ tie Company. industry next week. Inquiries log going around" III
.1' Bluebird Ann Nolan Clark; Sheet IS-1 "Federal Benefits
The men, all of whom have regarding the new program I. Canterbury Tales-Robert :Mc- for Veterans and Dependents"

e ; been prominent In the citrus Industry ASCS News should be addressed to the Livestock And once again. In London- CIo Itey; Henry Reed, Inc.- is now on sale at the U. S. Government %

In and near Winter Haven Division, Agricultural. Maria Callas Is well known asa Keith Robertson; Little Toot Printing Office In : *
Marketing Service, U. S. Department "hot head" but for she : : :
moved couth to get away Secretary of Agriculture Orville of once Hardie Gramatky; Miss Hick- Washington, D. C. :

from freezes such AS caused Freeman today announced D. C.Agriculture 20250. Washington had a good excuse. ory-Carolyn Sherwin Bailey. This booklet lists all major
In Central Florida that the U. & Department of
great damage During the second act of Toe- Youth Fiction Hills End- benefits available to U. S. veterans -

kit winter. They purchased Agriculture. will Initiate two co, Calla's black 'wig dangled Ivan Southall; White Stag-Kate explains eligibility' requirements A'et' eveard
approximately 17,000 acre and beef purchase programs in a over a candlstfok and flamessoared Seredy; Rip Van Winkle & The for veterans or their IICheckerb

have begun clearing and planting further effort to improve pricesto OWA boatacade up around her head Legend of Sleepy Hollow-Wash- dependents and describes the News

operation! < producers. Instead of putting on a tepid ington Irving nature of the benefits and where

Each of them 1* operating The department will buy substantial emotional display to match the Youth Non-Fiction Tampa, application should be made.A -

Independenly, and they are In quantities of USDA overnights in occasion, the prima donna oooly the Traveling Dog-Elvlo Bariet- single copy may be purchased from
various stages of progress In Choke grade beef for distribution went on singing under her tanl. from the printing office
'getting their groves In. primarily to schools! It singeing wig

About five miles south of the will be bought in the form of Clewiston May 16 .e Easter Individuals for IS cents desiring, Organizations copies: or In CORBIN FARM &

courthouse on SR 29 is the 500 frozen boned roasts and ground CJnclnDat1-Mra. Gladys McKinney eggpreparation obtain discount RANCH SUPPlY
quantity may
acres which: J. R. Paul has was 'working at Mor
completed planting In grove. beef.Under the second program, Another Boatacade Is coming row's Nut House when a man huntsYour rates Rufus H. Wilson, Manager Sugar land Highway
Clewiston
to Clewiston and It Is only! threemonthl' Veterans Administration Regional ft
J. C. Hayes, of Avon Park, superintendent USDA will purchase substantial asked for some peanut brittle ,
of the operation quantities of canned beef distant The Okeecho- As she started to weigh the family will relish their Office In St. Petersburg,

aid the trees were planted In in natural Juices for distribution bee Waterway Association,, candy the man pulled a gun Easter eggs more If :you hard- Florida, said.Boys .

December and January and to needy families, according to which held Its boatacade on Labor and told her to open the cash cook, rather than hard-boil

should fruit in three ;year. R. L. Pape, of the Moore Haven Day last year, voted to register,, them, says Miss bola Williams,

Then are 91 trees to the acre, ARCS office. move the event to the spring! Mrs. :McKinney threw the assistant nutritionist, Florida In Service
month when most of the Boat-
and they are Hamelin, Pineapple The Secretary said that the peanut brittle in the man's face Agricultural Service.
senders said would
and Parson Brown varieties removal of beef supplies from they prefer and screamed He ran like Why Because hardboiledeggs LAKEHURST N. I. (FHTNCJa.meI )
that time of At the meetIng
year. -
planted on 15'-25' centers, normal channels for distribution crazy. > are tough Hard-cooked F. Harris, airman,
held In Clewiston
end between every fourth row to schools and needy person set the event. for Tuesdaythe Isn't this Just like something ones are tender. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ii a ditch used in irrgation. should be effective in etablllzlng 1 -17.group May that might happen In NutHouse To hard cook eggs, Miss Wil. James M. Harris of 413 West

Hayes used a planting ng and Improving cattle prices a*: ? llamaIIIelltl that you place Trinidad, dewUton, Fla, .is attending
q which he designed himself, and a time when ..1ntLd-numbers The boatacade will be an east the eggs, in a pan and cover .Parachute Rigger

y which is useful In planting and of fed cattle are moving to west event this year, startingat with cold water to at least one School, Naval Air Terminal

'watering. It has a small pump to market At the tame time Stuart Saturday morning, U.S. black banChampionabip Inch above the eggs Bring rap Training Unit, La1 hurst, N. J.

'which pump 'water into the rig, the Secretary called consumers' pending the night in dewieton, idly !to a boll; remove from He is learning how to properly
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1.. i and a long arm with lour outSets attention of the availability! of and terminating In Fort Myers heat; cover and let stand for 20 ] pack jpaipchutes\ and the ite
; which will service four plentiful supplies of high quality Sunday night There 'will be a is on minutes. Cool eggs quickly and maintenance of he survival ggp I

rows at a time. With this rig beef being offered at attractive dinner in Stuart on Friday; night .Five 'weighing station in the thoroughly in cold water Put equipment aviator rely on in ,,
it is possible to plant 5,000 tree prices. He also urged retailers preceding the start, and come them In the refrigerator. until emergencies. ti dt
Glade and Hendry county
area
per day and to: water 7,000 tree to give added effort to event ton for will be planned In C1ew1a- have been named for the nationwide ;you are ready to decorate them. He recently made one volun-
the visiting boatmen.
per day, said Hayes. beef merchandising program U. S Open Black Bass When It's time to decorate the tary Jump with a parachute that

n : Jack Burry .1* getting! his land at a mean of moving addition Championship which starts on eggs, one of the simplest ways he packedGOiDWATER

v, 1 ready to go now, much of lit is al supplies through normal Fuller's Follies March U and ends August I, under to color hard-cooked eggs Is to
still being cleared. He is clearIng channels of distribution. sponsorship of the Winter use wax crayons to make OK'S STATE

:; about two sections now ,and In announcing plans to buy Haven Chamber of Commerce. "homemade" designs. Make

has chosen to plant Temple and two different type of beef Br AL FULLER There Is no entry fee or advance stripes by drawing them on the Senator. Barry Goldwater "In rV

Valencia oranges. Some Duncan product, the Secretary explained : JohaDe bur". South Africa- registration requirement. eggs with a white crayon before January I asked Congressman

and Marsh seedless grapefruitwill that the price effects axe ex Drunken elephants, Inebriated Weekly, two Pfleuger' spinning dyeing The dye will not "take" C. Cramer to form a slate of

also be planted in thl* area, pected to be spread throughoutthe after eating very fermented reels will be awarded. Regional through the wax. Use scraps of delegate! in Florida pledged to t ,

aid Hayes, various grades' of beef. berries from nearby trees, went prizes Include: Cypress Gardens modeling clay to make comic my candidacy. The slate he

Winston Lawless Is on thewestern Fund for the purchase program I on apree and terrorized perpie water ski and the grand prize faces. Hats and collars of,construction formed is the official Goldwater

portion: of the Circle are provided under Sec here at Kruger National is a Johnson motor, Lone Star paper give the eggs late and I endorse it"
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:' Bar tract He is planting too 32, Public Law 320. Park. boat, Murray trailer and the personality

acre now on the south aide of Last fall, 34 million pounds of championship plaque. For a pleasing Easter break IPS NO SECRET.
BR 80 about eight miles of Usually placid, the huge animals fast add artificial .
1 west frozen ground beef and 24 mil, Uncle Joe' Fish Camp, Jolly flowers or

..1... Ij j I ran beserk, trumpeting, Roger Resort,, Clewiston, Cal,. greenery to an arrangement of The Purina
flapping their
trees
ears tearing
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apart and scaring everyone half sa Lodge, Sportman's Village Easier eggs. Baskets of ,a'tr. Way starts
and Moore Haven Service Station .
to death for miles around. calves
'. This Is probably what started Moore Haven, are official At 4-H conferenceSharon LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS fastrightl!
\ Healed propoi.l. for the aon..t.uctlon -
stations for Cham
weighing the
... this whole Elephant Joke busi Huffman or the nit Addition toHarlem
ness. Like, "What do drunk pionship. Sarasota a Audrey, Hendry County Over 2,200 calves raised at the Purina Research Fan
freshman at Florida State University Florid, will b. rer.lved brth.
I I elephants. see?" "Pink people!I" ; Nancy Shaw, Braden- Hendrjr: County Hoard of helped build Purina's calf-ttarting program. Holstea
a e e LIVESTOCK CLUB Public Initructlon LI).1I., Florid calves raised Purtna'i
ek ton. a student at Bradenton on or b.for. .ioo: p.m. April Way at the Purina Farm weft
London-If anyone 'wonders HOLDS ELECTION Junior Collefe, Louis Lambert, I, 19<4 at which time and: plte. 48 pounds more than average Holstein calves at 4
why the smog is so had In they will I b. publicly opened and months of
Cantonment who
transfers to read age. These calves grow fast, freshen early,
England, he may find that The Clewiston 4-H Livestock the University of Florida hb Cupl.i of the Froponla, Contract become profitable producers

Americans are to blame Club elected Don Morgan president fall and Fred Dietrich, Orlando, bp.clfloatloni Document.may, Drawln b. obtainedby and milkinrlite, throughout a loaf

So many trashy American ; Steve Sexton vice president will represent Florida at the eligible funeral contractorS

books are pouring Into Briton and Donna Keen secretary- National t..H Club Conference from JAMES.: llo M Harrlaon HARTLbY Street ARCHITECT It Pays to start calves the Purina Research-prowi

that custom agent have actually treasurer, and named Don and In Washington D. C., April IS. Hollywood, Florida, or the office Way.. Feed Purina Nursing Chow and Calf Starta
had to quit burning them. Steve aa representatives the of th. Bup.rlntendent of
on 24 Theme of the
,I meeting is just
Lai W seer ear G.rrew C.ar.lM fund They made too much. smoke. county council at their last "Our Heritage-Foundation for LaB.ll Public(..Inxtructlon*'lor Id.\. A CourthouM depo.lt of, palatable once and you'U be convincedl! Ask: for the*

In the past three ;years Brit meeting. the Future f.8.88 II .qulred for each firstset power-packed products at our Store.
of Drawing and Specifications .
r t Issued to each U.n.ral LOW
.r Contractor Additional MI. may COST PRODUCTION... r.:

1, il 4 tion ke obtained cost, which by paylnreproduc coat will not b. the reason why more farmer feed PURINAamelelw.a

;M "1 ,lf r.turned. Th. full amount of the wail.run R I
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I' r to all

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