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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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;egisteration books will The Clewiston News !





;lose Saturday at 5 p.m.

;t, ; "Dedicated to the advancement of Hendry County and America Sweetest Town"


nil i fa the final week to reg VOLUME 37 NUMBER 14 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA 'THURSDAY APRIL f. 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec 145.1. PJf. Subscription: 4.00 year y
later to vote in the May 5th pri.

many election*, and the office : .

of will the be supervisor open until of 5 p.m.registration on Sat. Political "'Y U.S. '1 B BTHE


portunity urday to register to give to everyone every possible who! wishes op.- rally Sugar cane crop sets record



John L. Hall supervisor, told dates are set Amtd-daybarbeeueend
I the New
this week: "Some people ..
.. dance
4 71' Saturday evening will
ry1a "r""IiI :
may think that they cannot Political rallies, sponsored by \ ... mark the close of the 198344 ,
register :
+v I the on Saturday because the Democratic Executlw Committee r"-' : e sugar harvest season for employee
courthouse offices are not will be held In Harlem I of United State Sugar
usually open on Saturday However on Tuesday, April 21, and InClewiston ;, ''l: Corporation and their! families.

the supervisor of rect tra- on Thursday, April 23. The corporation, operating at
lion\
iwq office will remain open all Plans for the Harlem Rally 4'.1 Bryant and Lewiston will hold
the day until 5 p.m since that 1.* are being made by Amos A. the barbecue and dance for all

L final day tor registering Thomas and Mrs. Mamie Mo rt: w employees at the Clewiston Sugar
Prior to the primaries." -
I Cray '
precinct comrnitteeman : House Saturday.
Mr. Hall laid that reglstra- and conunltteewoman. .. i'1' President II. Tr Vaughn, ST.,
tion lists In Hendry county now Gratton H. George and Mr*. ( e on has announced the production
stand at approximately 4400. Mary Markette are making 1."tI.Jo record for the season:

I "We have not had time to make plans for the Clewiston Rally .,..'oil 1,899,4011101 tons of cane; 201- I
I an accurate count. However, 'which will be held in Sugarland ... 809 tons of 96 sugar; 10,094.209 "
I, we do know that we added an Auditorium. gallon of molasses.The .

even 200 voters In the three ex- A rally will. also be held in corporation ground cane
tra evenings! of registration In LaBelle, and the date will be from 44,429 acres of it* own

Clewiston last week, and we announced by John L. Hall and production and 8,417 acres from
have had a fairly steady regis Mr*. Sylvia Hill }member of independent growers with whomit "

\ ANN MONSON ol Dee.'Motnee, Iowa and her tration of 10 to 15 per day the the committee who are In charge'of contract to process cane.
Martha L. Sehnati W St. Petersburg were Injured last week here In LaBclle." plans, in LaBelle. The Bryant Sugar House operated

on TO 27 east of ClewlMon Friday --. Accord Mr. Hall conducted special Further. detail of the rallies 148 day grinding 915183 ,- I
registration at the dewlaton net tons of cane and producing
Department;MIa Mansion will be announced later.'Bud' .
failed .
te stop and
Chamber
of Commerce office for 96,767 tons of 96' sugar
rear of a Dixie' Plywood Co. truck. The hood of the three evenings last week, with The Clewlston Sugar House .

:- ta Rambler was rolled back through! the windshield he assistance of volunteer. reg operated 146 days ground 984- I

F" stopped at the Intersection the old KB 27 and .. 218 net tons of cane and produced I

road which ks dosed for repalr- taff Photo 105,043 ton of 96' sugar
to The corporation had 44.429

acres of cane harvested for sugar
.-....err ANNUAL CITY-WIDE EASTER EGG Clewiston and for teed this and
Rotary dub under the direction of year,
hunt .held last Saturday at the Fair Grounds the Clewiston Recreation Department P..... is now Increasing: its plantings.

a d and bridge attracted a record number ef children who bunny winner included, left te right Sharon Next season it will harvest cane

} be hereMonday sought the 90 donna colored err and the 100 McConvllle Be Bpnrlln, Glnna Faye Sexton tram 53,000 acres.: Growers who

candy ,egfs. The hunt I II sponsored by the and Donna Tlmjren.-STAFF PHOTO. contract& wittt! the corporationfor
processing! their cane are
also increasing their! plantings

l to 10,000 acre Next: year's i!

received M crop will be harvested from
are Our Alaskan folks are all safe! 65.000 acre. \

t. 1
I t:eary Bros, Construction Co., bridge application was finally Several local resident have whether their loved one were that he*was safe. He gave her Fall from horse :
(,t Palm Beach, was low bid rented by the U. S. Corps of received reassuring messages safe. the names and addresses of the t

\ at S239464. on installation Engineer The Hendry county; Gubernatorial candidate Fred of the safety of member of The big quake occurred on families of live servicemen, injures girl "i
Ithe new bridge at Fort DeId commissioner* after having their O. 'Bud" Dickinson will make their family or friends, In Friday and it was Monday afternoon and asked her b relay new of
when the bids were open first application rejected madea his first official visit to Clew Alaska, following the devastating before Mr. Sidney their safety, because telephone Miss Joanne Crawford, 17 I
the State Road neon Monday April I following earthquake tidal wave old daughter of Mr. and
| by Depart.nit new application requestingthat Crochet received new 'that her communication! were so crowd year I.
I in Tallahassee Tuesday\ the. 80 foot bridge be per- his qualification for !the Ugh and fire*. There bad been hour, only sister Mr. Lee (Miriam! ed. He phoned again at 3 a.nn. Mrs. T. J. Crawlo d, Jr. re- .
.e bridge is being moved'n mdtted until such time u other .state office.Dickinson: and for some, days of intense or "Pat") Shale and her husband Tuesday, to give more detail celved a fractured skull in a .--: I

it: former location on the bridge on the Okeechobee -' a who 1s extremelywell emotion. they waited to learn are safe. They live on the of their experience with the fall from a horse Sunday after :

It Coast and wUl be placed Waterway are 90 feet; then I it is known In CJewia >ll. 'will fly 9th floor of a large apartment quake and the tidal .waves, and noon. I
k re the old woodea bridge, to be replaced with a 80 footbridge Into the local airport at t:00 building la Anchorage, and Mrs. again reassured her of their Attending a barbecue at the ,
llemncd as unsafe, wag reKed or removed altogether. O. H. SMALL ajn. where his many friend \ Crochet was indeed) concernedfor safety. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. .

two year ago' The 80It E. X..Collie of. Mbuni....on a ..re A invited to meet him and (Motorcycles get their safety, Also in Alaska 1* Van Coth- Cato: Joanne, with other girl!
clearance bridge is 10 feet low bid of $340.343: wa* successful \ Small seeks drive Into town in a motorcade. Monday afternoon a phone Up.'Sr., who hits heed Cor several ta the group decided to try: "'I"" Ie. iii

rowel than the standard bidder on the Improvement Tentative! plan call for a quick troubleTwo call from their mother. Mr*. years in Fairbanks whichis riding the hone one of fee! f.
ub have been set since the of road In the Devil' Garden constable pass through downtown Clewis. : boys in Arthur Bong in Iowa, relayedthe well cast of the damaged! guest bad brought. :: .'

area. The work call. for eight ton and back to the City Park news of their safety. Mr*. area according: to all reports After Joanne mounted the
miles of heavy grading on SR O. H. Small announce hat where he will ma"a" speech Clewlaton youth whose Bong said the brief airmail Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Summer horse, it galloped away and
undy tells of 833 and 436. he U a candidate tor the office from the Dickinson mobile motorcycle brought them before letter from Hie' Seattle Wash watched the new' of the 'quake Joanne lost her balance tryingto 1 IV. .1

of Constable, First District of campaign headquarters and officers of the Juvenile Red Cross chapter sent the with more than usual interest:, slow the animal' apeed and

kthletic program Tax Collector HomeTax Hendry County, Florida. chat: with area resident. court for the second time bad message: "We are A-OK. I am also because their son, Bonnie! fell from the horse.
Mr. Small has been a red- their licenses taken away for Bummer left Anchorage only
Dickinson' pressing schedule: working hard at the hospitaland She i u reported In fine condition
e Bandy athletic. director Collector A. O. Ward dent of Clewiston for the put calls for a motorcade to Moore one month. The boys had previously Lee is working wherever 29 dare ago after a tour of duty at Hendry General Hospital .
[the Clewiston High School returned to his home in Clew- 30 yean and it employed by Haven for a talk there at 10:30: been warned about loud needed. Notify the family" Mr there. He visited (them In Clew- and expect' to be discharged

m Kiwaniani! of the athletic iston Friday after a period ofluoepltalisatian the 'United States Sugar Corporation. and on to>> Okeechobee for a noon mufflers and particularly about Shain is .n automobile dealer iston and is now stationed at In a day or so.
f physical education program In Hendry Gem.eral engagement their habit of "racing" their and Mn. Shain a registerednurse. Patrick ATB, _Fbrlda.Clewiston .

e luncheon Wednesday Hospital and in Good Samaritan He Is a member of the Methodist motor to make? noise so loud .
l i his talk Bundy told of the Hospital.He Church: and also a mem- "Bud's" advance guard urged and so unnecessary a* !to be a Crowds overflow
ell of football ba e1IJe11. 11 feeling fine, but a bit ber of the Elk dub and IU- Dickinson supporter\ b Join nuisance. They were warned to Also in Anchorage were Julie gets
ball and track this year weak from the bout with pneumonia wins Club. in the reception at the airport, install muffler and to cease being and Susan Johnson, young churches for )
bow the motorcade throughout ClewI daughter of Harry P. Jtihnson, ,
a physical fltnee pro- and its complications.Hi : a nuisance: with their motor-
i had In the past he ha held the I latest and on to Moore Haven if who are with their mother and '
played cycle Easter services
Mr
aa taaportaB* daughter Judson office of Constable and feel possible. stepfather another trooperA {
in developing OwMM Francis of Fort Myers 1* stayIng i
he is this Their second offense
qualified by expertcore wag a
elks with him for several day. Perhap the first& new from Beginning with the Easter
to serve in the office U more serious one, said Counsel second Trooper U being assigned
Alaska Itself came from Capt. Sunrise Service, Clewiston resident -
elected. or Jim Wright They were to the Clewiston area by
filled local churches to
*
and Mri. Frank Harben In
Goodyear blimp brought to from "dragging" on the Florida Highway Patrol, in
overflowing capacity; Sunday to
Fairbanks. They talked to their! j
ride Ventura Avenue, a through addition to Trooper Dave Tom-
4-game hear the retelling of "The Lord
mother Mrs J. M. Fountain
John Brown breaks soars overhead street In the .residence section llruon, who remain In his 1* risen. I
of QewUton. and Mr*. George Eapenlaub on I
present position.
ligers Saturday. I'arbenkll.l! approximately Over 200 were present for the
collarbone in fall Clewiston reisdentsi had a fine What many of these youngsters 300 mile north of Anchorage Lewis Tydlngs, of Miami arrived Sunrise Service held on) the
.streak look I: at the big Goodyear blimp do not realize," said Dr. ; the Harben reported this week and 1* riding Herbert Hoover Dike which was I
John Brown eon of Mr. and Friday. The familiar blimp Wright "1 11 that under the new they felt ere movement and with Tomllnson for a few day sponsored by the Ministerial i'

Mrs. O. H. :Brown, sustained a wa in an unfamiliar locationa law, if they are caught operating heard the cracking noise of to acquaint himself with the Association. Pastor taking part
broken right collarbone In a fall It came to he air above a motor vehicle without a highway lie win patrol.: He will
> Oewiston Tiger baseball pulled in the second inning after the earth during the quake, but Included Rev. Joe Coleman,
from a high bar on the physical Clewlston and circled the city; while itheir license 1 his duties M0n-
license or begin regular
i *
itands 6-5 overall for the loading the base with walk had no real damage. Church of God; Father, Clark I
at ]low altitudes.It .
I baseball fitness course last weekend. lie several.time suspended, they will get a mandatory day. Dorman, St Martin' Episcopal ,
season and Is Bruce Taylor, a transfer student
Is wearing! his right arm In a came from the east and Jail sentence of 10 day. Eric Thomas now on Air .
rutty nursing a four from Belle Glade relieved Tydlngs U originall from Indianapolis. Church; Rev. H. H. Ford Com
came. tling to help the injured bone returned& In ) ellreet.looa. The will alternative Force duty In the Aleutian. ) ,
Jill streak. Until 'tiring" in the fifth !inning ; a southeasterly court have no phoned his wife Dorothy, and His experience: Includes munity, Presbyterian Church: ; k

I.th the win over Frostproof. and be WM' relieved by.Bubba knit together again. their! children Saturday night eight year in the Army John II. Taylor Pentecostal: .
I Tigers took a double heed- Schneider who flniahed out the and two year in the Dade County Holiness Church; Rev. Vie Tar

Prom Arcadia here Saturday game. It wa another Excellent Sheriff's department ner. HI Haven Baptist Church

fTOon. 6-0 and 8-3; and eent relief stint by Schneider. I administrators' Ill* family consist of I his wife and Rev. James Kknn el' Clew
e flacld! home on the hort Mike ,Mazzfaa Maady tins HospitalMemberI met Friday end four children Barney, 7%, lston Assembly of God.
<* the stick Tuesday alterin rell.; Olden and'.N'Mortef'ht; Kelly, I, Beverly 3V4 andBr'aJl. Two special number were

here. $.3. safely in the Gw&.,an\*; with. 8 month given by the Sugarland Singers, ;'
Stn ie Olden pitched a no- Martina, trident A. MorreH.Jimmy of the East Central colt,' Okeechobee; Hal Clasher, ECLHC:: Orlando Robert O. pital Authority, and Mr*. In his spare time this week "Open The Gate of The Temple"and

ao-run game la the five Bible: and Bill Farm .FlorIda Hospital Council were Miami repr sentatve of Blue Bruce Punts Cords; George Joanne Stiles, secretary. the officer i* searching for a "AUelulla. Christ I* Risen.
of Mr. Anna Mae Jones Cross Cromwell and Carl Weigand and Oeo 8. Williams Member of ." The is conducted: by
vi fame Saturday., the ssame, hitting +sasejin. .the, .rsf htcap. guest ; Guy :the Hospital; Auxiliary three bed room unfurnished group
I marred by an error for *FIn t game and Hendry General Hospital at Stranberg, .Stuart; J. F. Slur Sanford; Donald Boehme winter assisted with: guest registration house. Dr. L. G. Vaughan, Jr.

i lake In the sop 01 the ARh Arcadia ,... ?.,.. ,- 000 00-0 a district meeting held at the cod*. Pahokee: ; E. T. Saunders, Garden and Mr. Jones ofdewlston. and conducting the I
Which left Arc.dIa': 'a only CJ wtl1loa ,........ .. .t201 ''Si...' :Clewlston Inn Friday. Belle Glade; Harold IV: WeU- Other guests M the tours. The' visiting hospital official
runner on hue "- Severn gaiae-" Hospitality extended to the eL Lake Worth: John H. luncheon were Dan McCarthy also visited Hendry Genera Teach your children Vegetable 2-4-D !

"'* second Arcadia 020 010 0-1 guests and their tamflles Included Rauch, vice president of the member Hendry County; Hos during their dewieton ttay.HONOKED !'
game, BIll Far-
free fee at the
Wal ineffectiv "CJewi. oQ --L150 110 .-- green
and, .... Against Labs Placid Al Mor-. Clewiston Country Club; a tour traffic safety damage is topic
"
rill and Bruce' T.ayOi'Ft! two of Oewfeton and Everglade
hild hits and Olden and Stew Trop al Garden "where Mr. y ;
killed! spsece .f. Vegetable producer and cuejp'OWW'
Slat Mr*. C. J. Gonterman pre
Sfhiiftder one each coupled, :KEEP FROM'BETWEEN will meet at Sugarland
seated each guest with an orchid
with Msloppy Gridtag by Lake Auditorium at 4 o'clock this aft- '
Placid sent the Dr.b' De.1.1I coring: a tour of the Belle "4paaa 4
ernoon (Thursday) to discuss)
eneath truck ;. defeat. Owktoo alse, did not Glade Sugar House completed complaint of Z+D damage to !I
.. Inks. full advantage of its: the Itfbtseeiitf tar the visitors.' watermelons and tomatoes.

Keith Fields Ibe break, having the beeN loaded The h" r4tM& administrator Hendry County Agent Ted
a
hat business
]
old *-' ct Mr.'aDIS' la the first two Inning with one enjoyed an excellent Gallo has notified all known
Samuel FIeld,. w. IctDed out and cot only one run each program which 'was attendedby growers In the area and ask
nll7 when outstanding! hospital
he sou inning. The same situation applied many
a struck; their attendance due to the loS '
.asoUlle truck CIa la the fifth Inning official Among those attend
EI
nun Paso of the problem to beChamber .
In Fred Mcoahan. Tort
front ct Qewlnt were l
trig
hewn dI.IouI.8ed.
former
Billy Lewie.
I morninggchild's Pierce; J. J. Anderson Jr.,; :
istoa student the victim of
wee r
Gill Button Rock.
Vero Beach: ; >

truck, had lathe' driwr-"oI, theLki'PlacUd ledge:, Ralph Grothouse, ChI- N Commerce
parked It Ia the 103 000 fr3Oewiston
11Iorn __ sago who was the dinner speaker '1
t IIIsIde the tn.uer''WIlDe bm1e lie 111 113 x-4 ; John Busso. New Smyrna aa directors meetThe'

toe for The, Tl.n will play Fort Beach; Mrs EOa SfaimerrTitu->

veer, Meade here Friday afternoon at vOle; Robert T. Besser San-' ,'OCESTS' AT THE EAST CENTKAt ttal Ceanen; Bah,* Ore....., speaker AasMaat tnonflily meeting of t the
accident, Do wtmesh b Bucartand Park beginning at lord; Harry Dudley, DeLand;: Flerkfs Beapttal Ceuuil aieethv held Director MOcUgaa CesMtedbr ...... directors of the Chamber of
t the aid It 'ppe.ed 4 00 p.m. according to CoachErnie John J. Kadtec,*Tltnrvfile; C. City of Clewiston Commerce will be held at the
dIUd bad at the OewMesi ba Friday hwlod* Ml to grass far BespHalst; Mrs Aces Mae JAMS.adsshilstrstsr .
a' a1Ipped In HUL Al Worrell is scheduled B. WUUngtoa; D. T. Houtz, University Glades Restaurant Pit Boom
or rick. Jaa c.r.... vice ehalrsaasi ef the Bes4ry General BMpttaL bats
IIDdeneeth the to pitch In aa effort to of Florid: Mr*. Rath.man. next Tuesday. April 7, at IIOCID.AJlID&IJ .
6 the IJId wag Dell Y1dhIe redeem his previous los to eryn Sherman and B. W Sher DeMiry County hospital Astherttn ,,Robert sad Jack II....... Jrv IHreeter... Bespt- Police Department : n are welcome to

s e.b. than 011 their bome aeJ4. OrmooU::. Booths ChO- T. Besserer. srcsldeBl! East: Central" :.'Eas- tal jUMclatfeaxTAFr PBOTO. attend.



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in the Navy. Upon rate remained unchanged at 9,8 Inmthi, ,
assignments 'CcordInc
Page Two THE CLEWISTON :NEWS Clewlston !ts. the punch when the operator TEN TEARS AGO completing: the program they deaths per 1,000 population. compiled: ] by R b g.ft.*
2, 1964 answered bewildered I sat to (From dewlstan NewsApril schools state directKJr t1
Thursday April service:
assigned! to cl
are figures show 3,
) Preliminary -
1954) !
Sonny SezBe listen The lady gave the pertinent in- This date was Important in for technical the-Job 207 Infant deaths among real Durina the rear
THE CLEWISTON NEWSPublished formation, and about that time dewiston history because for ships and stations for rating dents in 1963. a decline of 77 28,963 P\II'chaset "
in the !issue training in s Navy specialty with 1962. hfa
compared
another operator came in and the first time photos CCotmty;
8mounle\\ I
.. "Easter (
.J kind to :your 127...j
109 Central Avenue, dewistoa, she the Information bore the cutllne-STAFF the IleEt
every Thursday at gave same the 43,111 marriages 121Dootha
Friends! training1 produces There were
Naval tel:
1' Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc., s Florida Corporation. A Clewiston resident called to her the first operator PHOTO. Since that time each in seapcwer by supplying In 1963 according; to preliminary his 11 an 1ncre8le Ii IJ

Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the and asked that a null yarn chimed in and odd :you gave issue has contained pictures power Qualified personnel to man the figures; against: 41,304 In cent. t

Post Office: in Clewlston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of be written relative ito Sealerpets that call{ to me for the taken by members of the newstaper chips planes, and shore stations 1962. Divorces and annulments The state!
next of minutes the two staff. These pictures: were e
i March 3, 1879.klI given to the kidos. In relating operators couple chatted back and of Principal Howard Bishop and of ,today's Navy.Rogers increased from 22,178 In 1962 to crease of U per V

ATIONAI JIT EIAt.' the story she noted that forth as to how they got connected John Purdue, ,as outgoing and 22,893 last year.Savings the same period. etaSugarlandPhaf
the
last while
fishing on
klI year
QtllDq together and I was incoming presidents of the Hen-
fi AS C 110 I NMnvp levee near the\ locks, a nice suggests
4 looking automobile from Miami the silent fourth party on a dry County Health and Tuberculosis Bondpurchases ---...
p Association of 6-year-
i "private line. ; Franklin
drove up and stopped nearby. honor to
recovering
-p- old Larry Snider, :
The driver emerged, neatly ,
t" y Subscription Rates .00 per year dressed, and depositied a white The Sunrise service Sunday from a polio attack, presentingthe Congressman Paul G. Rogers go up

I : C ee6/ 0 (Return Postage Guaranteed) duck in the canal and a while was most enjoyable; and the 12.18 contents d his piggy has introduced into the U. S. Purchases of U. S Saving PIZZAYU

1 I 'q1/0N BERYL BOWDEN Publisher rooster on the levee end pre- crowd was about twice the anticipated bank !to Parker Wilson, exalted House of Representatives a bill .Bonds on E and H series have
size. This no doubt ruler of the\ Elks, for the Crippled a navigationlock Increased for he 12 month
I \ S. H. STALLS. Managing Editor pared to leave with two crying which would name
i Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 youngster In the back seat was contributed to by the active Children's Fund. ] end water canal after longtime period ending February 29 this 24311

Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves The local "resident" trolled participation of several Jennings Ezclle celebrated Florida resident W. P. year over the previous twelve
I in Clewiston. and the and Kenneth
to advertisement! to 'the and struck groups his 13th birthday of Fort Myers.
I 4 the right reject any objectlonal up car up a Franklin ---
; THE NEWS Miumu no r pon :lblllty for the return of anY conversation ,to satisfy: her curiosity service was moat enjoyable. Perez his first Mrs. Charles In so doing, Rogers said !that, --.;
", iollcltsd muiiu.crlpu or photographs With the exception of threeor Owens was elected president of rest Ship More Spend Less
to the proceeding events.It I time pioneer
"This long
: THIfl NEWS aiiiinnei no financial I raipoailbllltr' for typo-
!r'r'I'r'l>h error or oommluloni I .In adv.rtlnn nt but If notified seems the family from the four fishing boats who were Beta Sl&m Phi Ed Friersonwas dent of the Fort Myers area has Your Dollars Go
'; I of men .rrcr before the next IMIM of tha puptr will reprint corraotlr city were on vacation end the restless to get at it there was recuperating from injuries of his time and
}I that part of the .dy.rtinein.nt In which tha arrow ocourrtd.In accident given much
correction valua decided! to turn the only one majo r interruption received In an automobile of the Farther Rea
6 tha event a time element would: render the parents : energy to the promotion on Express
toil, the Newa will reduce the prlra of the advertisement by an elements 'and that was the shuffling of an ,
Easter pets over to the Florida through continuous
4 Y amount or omitted equal to copy the percentage repraaented.of the total pace ae the erron.aoua air boat a abort distance which The city established a playground State of efforts ito secure development Phone YU 2-2141 For Pick up & Delivery Seer
.t required the boat to be spun in Sugarland Park.
water-
They had not considered (he of extensive
r around several times in the Nearby motel owner complained
r small chance: of survival for and water control works
I ': canal with the motor reving! up about late noises at the\ way
the pets from ,awn, wildcats, through and around the state

; "The main thing is to try"The etc., and had driven by numerous rather"Nex fast year" it probably 'would Yam Mr., a and drive-In Mrs. on S. the B. Riley highway returned at large." SPRING AIRittmi
1 I farms where similar animals Franklin was a part of the
not be kosher to close fee locks to Hagertown, Md., after to odd new lift'
: raised. The Clewis- effort which secured a qutclur'
were Initial ""
!i' President's message on poverty proposes a concrete for a portion of the hour, but spending the winter season at.
ton Mrs. convinced them they construction of the lnciaitd vigor after"
I funds for the : [ a long dord
expression of that "compassionate" government he maybe someone with a large their home in Clewlston, H
should not be turned loose at and the
I, quietly called for In Sundays broadcast Interview. will and she gave them to a boat could: get it hung up in the Okeechobee Waterway levees ter. Nature blossoms forth frog! .ndb,.
hurricane protective '
We do not favor all of the already pending legislation farmer. locks with motor trouble for that Okeechobee. Much that appeared dead.
Rotarians Lake
Mr. Johnson tied to the coattails of his Economic Opportunity period of time.Attended score around
I
4 $ She urged that parents be considerate of the work he pioneered car Spring Is a Irut-to-life
---- example 01 Call
will have to be discriminating ,
Act of 1964. Congress economic
and find a home for 99.07 attendance tributed to the rapid
: In Its choice of means to the end the President emblazoned pets, rather (than dropping them a Cub Scout function development of the state. Rogers promise If we accept Him.
Monday night and waspleasantly -
,* 1 with his own brand of eloquence. out on the road to fend for Clewlston Rotarians! recently felt this certainly is a deserving 'e"e Behold I make all
;'1 I But he has done the nation a service by reminding the themselves surprised at the active recorded 9907 per cent attendance itribute to one of norida' things new.,.

affluent society of the poverty In Its midst-and especially -ea- Sooutera number present of The parents alarming and In the three month period ,truly outstanding citizens. .. 1tI v v I will give unto him that 1. afhiII rJ Ile
the far-reaching for the We meeting fountain of the/ water of' life' '
j meaning young. urge support put is that there are numerous ending with the March 23 frsdr"'

'I : of his new program "because," in his words, "It Is right be- other )'OWIpter.kiDI Scouting President Carl Hornsby announced Birth rate is Revelation 2Ui,
\ cause It is wise." but have been turned away : this record to members
i 1 Indeed the Initial cost of $970,000.000-1 1 percent of the Y,5 because. of lack of adult supervision attending the luncheon meeting Community Presbyterian Church

j I national budget-Is modest In view of such estimates as1j' -Den Mothers. Two ot Monday.The still going downThe 407 Royal Palm Avenue
that of the National Committee Pockets of Poverty the local club has been in a HENRY HORRELL FORD, Minister
Policy dens
on original seven have
State :Board of Health to-
9.43 A.M. Bible School 8 00 P.M.
,, i I which is reported to advocate an expenditure of $10- been dropped not for attendance three-way: contest with Rotarl day reported !that Florida's : 11:00 A.1ot. :Worship Youth reDo.at

:1j'j ;. 000000,000 a year for five years. of youngsters but because The sea In losing Belle! club Glade is and to Pahokee.entertainthe deaths, marriages and divorces SERMON SUBJECT

e ,1, The President realizes the program will not eradicate of NO SUPERVISION. winners and their 'wives at increased from 1962 to 1963; The Depths of God"
poverty but "show the way" His war is not "a struggle Certainly there must be a few dinner that births and infant deaths de
a party.Clewllton
1 i t simply to support people, to make them dependent on the adult ladles in Oewiston who RotarIans, under the creased.

1 :I"\ generosity of others" but "a struggle to give people a could donate a* little es an hours leadership of contest chairman: Oliver H. Boorde, director of
week to work with these boys.The .
chance. the Division of Public Health,
IU I John Stitt, made a valiant effort
.
1 t If vigorously and efficiently administered end the rewards 'will be rich to remain on top with their Statistics, said also that the
with the
accomplishments of the
f record of the proposed director, Sargent Shrlver, with the attendance during his period, state's population was estimatedat HospitalizationInsurance
lads. If have time and
Peace Corps is hopeful in this respect the program could you can and came up with M.07 per centAlthough 5.639.000 as of July 1, 1963.
serve contact A. C. Ellison, Jim
strike, the President said "at the official reports from "This means the state has
,i as causes, not just the
Brannan or Mr. Hunt at theElement.ary
grown at a rate of approximately
: consequences of poverty. the other two clubs have not for the
ok ; School. 17,650 persons a month, since
)' A l Such intensions should disarm criticism by those who been received (be local members
the 1960 U. S. when the
census
i claim a man's poverty is his own fault In some cases are not planning; on paying "

'I doubtless this is true, but recent studies have shown all for their supper when the three population said was 4,951.560, he over 65
clubs meet for the winner' din age groupA
!I'' sorts of "poverty-linked" characteristics that cannot fairly I It's History Now I nero Boorde said the state's birthrate

: ;j be charged to lack of ambition. In order 'that the "old look" has continued to decline

For this reason the, President properly encourages local may be preserved In someone's. since a peak of 24.7 births per special enrollment has been opened

0.;" t,i"?I plans and initiatives in defining and handling problems memories, I offer this picture THIRTY TEARS AGO Fair, fair guidesto 1,000 population in 1958' -an 18
; too diverse to be solved by federal dictates. And he asks of "before and after" the cleanIng per cent drop in the last seven for a limited time in Florida. See us fa
(From Clewlstnn Hews
\ "j, : for new cooperation among labor, business, and private in of the hospital roof. Isn't March 30, 1954))>' see ClewistonA yeari. There were an estimated
,j I dividuals it pretty? 114,641 births last year against details.
: busload of lovely Florida 115248 In 1962 and
I;::1.t'r' Most importantly he focuses on the,young. With 1 1.1 1.200000 1.- Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis announced Worlds Fair guides will be in 19.'S3-i' decade 80.087 In
How often ago.
have, .chattedon that her
you. new theater
) unemployed between the ages of 16 and 24, themeasures ( Clcwlston for a brief visit Saturday ,.
the phone and have someone will be named the "DI Preliminary death
lle"Crye.tel" figures
; Insurance
1 to deal with hundreds Beardsley-Nash Agenq
; some of thousands
of their
*ay, )'OU have a private line, la recognition of the sugar morning on get- show 55,543 persons died in 1963
young people cannot be
called extravagant But it is prob- acquainted tour ol the state
don't you? Industry against 52839: in 1962, but the
,. ably preferable to try such imaginative projects in a comparatively Well, last week I was attempt. Excavation of an Indian which they will introduce to

:J. small way to see how well they work. The main .dug to put a call In to LaBelle mound near Belle Glade;where millions of visitors at the Fair

'. thing-particularly at this time in history when the world and just happened to dial at the several strata of Indian civilizations !. in New York.
la watching to see whether the'clock of The girls and their chaperones -
democracy is running same time as a ]local, mother had been discovered,
,;, down is to try.-Christian Science Monitor. calling WPB. She beat me to was baited by the Civil :Works will be given a briefing of
.'.t Administration.Mr.) the Clewlston area during a
and Mrs. Norman Wheelerof short rest atop at the ClewlstonInn. CARL

Tampa visited her brother- where they will be served

I in-law and sister, Mr. and\ .Mrs. coffee, fruit Juice and pastries.
David A. McGeachy. The Florida Development Commission

!r 1 Miss Jane Sands entertained Is arranging their tour HORNSBYCandidate
-><: and has a very tight scheduleset :
with.a shower for Mrs Glen e
A: Ethertoo a recent bride. up for them.
man ought to Miss Una Jacobaen visited At their request they will be

get her father, P. M. Jacobean in taken on a ride through s small for

Tampa for several days. portion of Sugarland Ranch although r
The ClewiMon It is not expected they
N what lie town baseball
.. : /If/SJo I. team was composed of Cruse, will have time for a bus stop

Hendry. WhIdden Hawkins B. there. f Superintendentof
;
,1,1 Several Chamber of
I Nail, Avant, Campbell and Commerce *
.
: I Woodward. 'wives are busy this 'week f ',
making corsages of Individual
!
:
sugar envelopes and each of the
i ,; It doesn't TWENTY YTE-VRS AGO guides\ will receive a corsage, Public
make
good sense for you to pay the price of a Chrysler (From dewtstan New long with some printed litersture -

..and end up with a Chevy. Or a Ford. Or a loaded compact car. Our March 31, 1933)) advantages extolling! of the attractions the Clewiston and

t;1.: Chrysler prices start as low as the Dwight Rogers, candidate for area. InstructionBELIEVES
tags you'll find on some of these. Congress, visited dewlstco and :JL

j :, And for this little addressed the local Klwanls '
money you get a husky You
grown-up Chrysler.
sit ': Club during his visit Boys in Service
if' '
:, get big car pride. Dig car ride. Backed by 40 years of engineering The dewistoa Red Crow chap

,1 1: We ter reached its goal of $3,300 ALBANY. Ga. (FHTNC) IN
leadership don'l.el'.mal'-size'
Chrysler versions. We're big car In a month long campaign Marine Corporal David B.

'( men. And proud of itStop in. Size up all 3 of our great Chrysler plans Humber to drill Oil a Co.third announced Florida Smoak O. Campbell ion of of Mr.841 and Fernwood Mrs. W. 1. Positive Professional

: series: Economical Newport. Sports-bred 300. Luxurious New well It has one producing wen Drive, 3 wlstda. Fla, reported Leadership
at Sunnlland and Is
I drilling! a March 12 for duty at the Marine
: Yorker. We'll show how second: test well In Western Dade Corps Supply
it is Center
you to what Albany,
0 easy get for.
you pay county.; Ga. 2. Careful
planning & definite
The state War goals
,'I'\ clout Finance Committee He has been assigned to duty
presented a war service with Headquarters
:, : ;: Certificate to "The People of Materiel BataUlon. Company,

..,. "l; 1p the Henry government County"In for he support successful of 3. Quality education for all youth

GREAT LAKES, m. (FHTNC)
,
of
financing World War II.
,1

; ( With primary no opposing; Elbert candidate L. Stewart< lathe Joseph son of Mrs.A. Johnson B. S. Neil 19, grand-of <13 4. A constant appraisal & updating of curricula

.;.i p for representative; R. N. Miller Fla.West Crescent Drive Oewiston,
recently
completed basic
for tax collector; John 1.. Hall

1, '. ; .for were supervisor declared party of registration nominee Center training, Great at the Lakes.Naval HI Training! 5. Well qualified teachers with successful expo

t'! w Miss Billie Arnette and W. The. nine-week training Includes
: naval orientation, ence
Frank Martin history
were married by .
and .
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organbation. .
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seamanship
Judge J. M. Caw in Moor 'gP
Haven. ordnance and gunnery, military *


tj JIOllifl'IrJ C/irysIer v drill receive During first tests the aid training and and. survival interviews recruits) 6. Good salaries, high morale, cooperative f#II|


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C' rob, 221 Sit; You II a e, log this year hi order to provide making condition: unhealthy; and Oebton, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three
soft-ball Creech. 243. 522; Sidney Smith a safer and healthier facility very unaantitary.; Thursday, April 2; 11184 I
league 214. 511; Jim Williams 209 tor patrons to use and en. Two guards will be on dutyat

SIT. Joy. The wading pool will be all times; the only exception : with U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary .
fenced off so the little tot cannot being! at night when very Boatacade opensreservations patrol. escorting the boatacade >
Ladies of Lake get over to! the big pool and few bathers use. the pool. and doctor and mechanics

Sport Shop ............?,... 80 36 also an area will be designated Season. passes will be offered accompanying. The cruise i II I
nderwav Monday Old South .............._.. 69Vi 46ft tor spectator, to keep them off this year for Individuals or the full length of Florida' seen
night U. S. S. C. .......??.... 67H 48U the pool deck. If* against the for families. k tropical crwMtate waterway
Canebrake ............?.... 52tt (3Vi Florida State Board of Health Everyone 1 11 urged to come -up the St. Lucie River, around I
I
Baldree's .......?..?...52ft KlVt regulations to! .allow street and enjoy th' pool as much a* for May cruise big Lake Okeechobee and down '
pitch *** & Wilson! Lumber ....... 49 67 shoes around the/ deck of a possible but always keep one the Caloosahatche River Every

e memo by the CIewJ Parkinson' ............. 47 69 public swimlng facility; shoe thought in mind "safety type of Florida scenery including t
Recreation J e Department wm Hare Lumber ... '". 48 70 bring In germs of all type Brat" Reservation for the Okeecho- big! cattle ranches citrus

underway Monday nigh! atat 'YlmoA meta Series bee Waterway Association cross groves, Jungle swamps, and f
tile cy park, aosdi' Sp.oJd scr. hdcp.Wlnnl state boatacadet May 15-16-17 the beautiful scenic Caloosahat-

Carrutiier. director 9 Plank .............. 471 579 Tiger track secondin are being made now with Howard core valley, will be seen in a
arty 100 men have signed! Wanda Spurllng ........? ...... 570 team places Banta executive director safe, beautiful conducted
the five team league Louisa DeArnui ...... 449 557 Box 1255 Fort Myers. cruise"
for will continue until mid. Polly McLendon ..?.... 439 Banta has ant- out Information A special committee taro been
ca Illfh Game 5-way meet Thursday in LaBelle on the boa tacado plans to named by the Oewlston team
Ryder Truck Ronald Hare son' v*. Ryder Truck; Glade sat hdcp. all previous boatacaders and ber of Commerce to make arrangements
Jack Reddish, Ed Cook Bob Me- Gas vs. Corbin' Wanda Spurllng 179 226 member of OWA, and for pouttot for facilities and
"'??'
Team IeraJdnsoll" CoUey Sklppy Cothern Don Monday May W-Corbln's vs. Winnie Plank ......._.?.. 167 ?.. In their second outing! ot the and Mazzlna placed second and in various locations. entertainment of the visitor on ,'

Gerald White, Style. Jerry Betts Bob Hare Thrifty; Ryder Truck vi. Glade Ida Rogers ......_?...._. ...... 212 year CHS' track team finished third In the 100 yard dash with The boatacaxJe which will the i boatacade.

(Ciddens.! Billy Durance, Dean Congleton. Gas. Leona White ............_.. 168 208 .a close second to North Fort time of 10.4 and 10.5 seconds; leave Stuart Saturday morning. The Elks Lodge has agreedto
n Ricks.: Henry: Whitney, Thursday May 21 Park. Myers In a 3-ctty track meet Gaynam Rackstraw finished May 16, will make an overnight take charge of the dinner. Atthe
Reedier John Master, Schedule Inaon's*. Glades Gas; Thriftyvs. ; Happy XIII league held in LaBelle Thursday Oth- fifth In the mile run with 6 stop at dewtston. Banta say request of the boaiUcaders.
e Btount Shorty Ingram Ryder Truck. Teem Standing er team participating were minutes the entertainment at the kick. the traditional OewUtoo barbecue -

rii Ridgdffl, Marty Martin- Monday April 6-Glade Gas Game Time-1st. 700 p.m.; W L LaBelle, Alva and Everglades off banquet at France Lang dinner will be served and
Ken Dickson, Bill Holmes, v*. Thrifty; Corbin' v*. Park' 2nd, 8:30: pm. Glade Restaurant ._.58 50/ North Fort Myers mused a zirn A .team A. of Doug Rudd, Ma* ford's Outrigger Inn on Friday the menu will Includ barbecued .
Morrell Gann
,am Dean. Joe Catala Cur inson's. Rained out games will be Postashnlk-Badgett ...... 54 5&Den' total of 88 point in taking first placed second in and 880 night May 15th. will .tart the chicken: 'corn on Martin! Church Arnold and Thursday April 1-Ryder played the following Tuesday at Drag Line Serv. 54 54 in aU but three events which relay; Bo LIndsay the Booker yard and three-day event with an eveningof and watermelon, plus other relishes
Barton.\ Truck v*. Park1n on' A & W ... dewlston won contributing to fun. and foods.
[as *; Glade the same time of original : Root Beer 558/ Malt Stanton finished 3, 4 and
Gas Corbin't. their 82 points lor second: "Picture this 143 Camping privileges have been
v* schedule unless Handicap pia c. miles of
stated otheJ'wwise 5 In the 4<
des Gas EddIe Crosby, sCarne 0 yard dash; and extended the boatacaders for
fe Dyal! Dyvan J>yal, .JohnFjackson. Monday. April 13 Corbin' by the league director. Series Alva LaBelle was scored third with 33 point: Gun was second in the 180 safe, protected deep channel this one night, in the Wayside
Jenny _..._ 232 578 29 point and
vs. Thrifty Ryder Truck Bendry
Ernie Hill Hank ; v* yard low hurdles with a time along! the levee adjacent to
Jackie .__... Everglade 22 points.
214 559
Byrd
Glade Gas.Thursday.
of 23.2 Frankle Robertson
Jreis, Yama Bell, Sonny: ; was 4-City track Wayside Park where hot
The
Tigers picked four
Bobbi Swindle _.._ 203 up
L Davidson Billy April It-Parkin second in the 880 yard run;
Johnny shower and rest room facilities
Bowlingnews Inex Ltneberger ...._ 543 places in the high Jump with
fe, Jim Buchanan. Bobh son1 Vf. Glade Gas; Thrifty Dennis Gann first, 5'4"; Pat Dickie Campbell, Rudd, Mat- meet scheduled are provided by the City of
Quincy Westtoerry. Solan v. Ryder Truck. ScratchGame Series Baldree, second; Rodney Booker zina and Taylor placed second Clewlston.Boatacader.

!we Ed Perry Frank Monday April 20 Ryder Jenny Hendry 190 fourth! and Bruce Taylor, In the sprint medley and here Saturday who wish hotel
Morrell. Rudd and Belcher finished
n. Doc Weaver.otin's Truck v. Corbin't; Parkinson's Jackie Byrd .._ 175 fifth. or' motel accomodations are being
1, 3 and 4 in U* 220 yard
v*. Thrifty. Al Morrell placed second in TIle Clewlston Recreation advised to make them direct I
Ed Textoo Roanleison Lake League Frances Carlin 1W 456 dash, the winning time being
Jackie Parrish, PatIroy Thursday April 23 Thriftyvs. : Jenny Hendry ......... 452 the broad lump with 179": Mike 24.7 econds. Department as spmMrinf a with the manager of these
Billy Williams JimMcDutty Glades Gas; Cort>ln'i v*. 1. U. S. S. c.. C ewleton, 86; Jackie Byrd 442 Maizim and Gann, tied for foor-clt7 Junior Track Meet hostelrdes. ,
2. Fro tIe, 66 3. W. T. Grant her Saturday moraine, with
Jimmy Davis, Bill Parkinson'. ; third. Thursday Coach Bob Baker's The May date for the boat&I
59; 4. Ol elanta, 58; 5. U. S. Booker placed third In the track team will Journey to Im- events to (e4 tinder way I
is
B ler, Chuck Davidson.\ : Winn Franklin Dick Sakes Struts .. Truck Monday vs. Parkinson1 April: 27 -Corbin'svs. Ryder S. C, Bryant 54; 6. WOWY. Pool to open pole vault; Morrell first in the mokalee where they will meet at 1:30: aece ding U. Woody cade fall a dates change and from was the chosen previous j'i I w

Wayne Wiggeni. Joe Sera Glades au.'IbW'.aday. ; 51; 7. a G. Herald 38; 8. V4WFarms on April 18th shot. putt with 38'6";; and (the the Naples track team. Th Camrthers director.. after thaI who attended previous r
39. meet 1 being held In Iitunokn-
failed *
Tigers to
place in the boatacade: voted low
Mark Addison, Jim Buririfty Teams weollll6 dew a
rep I IliPl'inI
April 30 Thrifty Klgh team
et-V. & S C. discus: throw. lee because of construction work
Work Is underway to get' the event this year.
btoa. Belle Glade rahokee,
vs. Corbln's Glades
; Gas vs. Bryant. 2558. ,
onthe Naples track. The
Ryder Truck. C. S. Mott swimming pool ready, Car and Baldree placed and Okeeobobe will partt- Boating groups and clubs who,
Afcerto Morrell, High team (ame-WOWY 890.High to for the coming first end fifth In team will again Journey to 1m- 'I
open season the 120 yard olpate .hi the full scale meet did not attend last year said
ltorrell, Arturo Morrell.oto Monday, May 4-Glade! Ga individual set, Buster April 18. Ugh hurdles with the winning mokalee on April 7 for a moot which will include both the date conflicted: with event

DeArmaj, Justo Navarrthur vs. Parkinson's; Ryder Truckvs. 618.High A few. change are In the mak time of 17.8 seconds; Morrell with that team track and field eM. of their own.
\ Stafford, Pastor Gallo Thrifty, Individual came Young

Juan Perez, Armando UaCrbanto > Thursday. May Corbin's V8. Creach. 243.
'Ryder Truck 500 set and/or 200 game-
Thrifty; Park.menace's
; vs. -
Arrieta Manuel! Sec ,, Jim Brandon, 231, 551; Leon ,
Bias Rodriguez Julio Ques- Boykin 502; Hank Andrels,
Juan Pena Antonio F, DeUzaro > Monday. May 11-Glade* Gas SOS; Harry Vaughn. 225 507; Look what Ford's
v* Thrifty Parkinson'
; vs. :
Clarence
Ibletatorremendl Corbin's. Throop 200 52S; John :
HOI, 524; Buster, 221. 212. 618; j I
Camilo Aguirr Thursday May I -Partm. Jerry Parson 206; Robert '


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:1CB OF JESUS CHaMST FIRS BArnar' CHURCH COHMUNITY PKESBTTEEIAN brewed in one weekend !I :. I' :

up i
Hooker rtot 12 E. Veotara AVCM 47 Keyal Pain Avenue

Paul Strickland, Pastor Rev. Leon M. Gabmrell. Henry H. Ford. Minister 4
0 a.m.-Sunday School.a.mMorning Interim Pastor I:4S: a.m.-Sunday School
I
0 Worship ':U'a.JD.-&mda1 SchooL 11:00
: a.m.-Morning Worship
neidsy: 11:00: .m.-Monung Service, 11:00 l.m..Nuraef1111 the Parish Open competition Is the tup r-
9 m.-Prayer Meeting.irday 1:45:
p.m.-'I'rIinInI Union. Hone.
: 1:00 proving ground Ford uses to test Its
p.m.-E\'eII1IIf Service; 6:00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow.
0 pm-Youth Meeting.! Wednesday: ship. specially modified cars and Its ideas

7:00: p.m.-Of1oert and Teach Wednesday: to the ultimate Every time Ford
TOTONITT PENTECOSTALHOLINESS ers Meeting. 7:30: .in.-Clloir Practice,,'
CHUftCH 1:00 p.m. Midweek Prayer roes to the races-win or k e-you

Sooth OewMMlev. ServIce always! win.We always learn I
1:43: Practice. ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH somar t
J. 1 R. Taylor Pastor p.m.-ChoIr build
0 Rev. Larkin Connolly thine that helps us a ;
l.m.-Sundiy SchooL r
0 a.m.-Morning Worship. FIRST METHODIST' CHURCH 8:00: a.m.-Sunday Mat*.. car. In one weekend we had two of a N e ; -ifr!,

5 p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 111 W. Oseesta Avenue 7:00: p.mv-Sunday Ma... these "laboratories" runnlnj-the 4
Service. R T. David Denslow, Pastor' 7:00 a.m.-Daily Weekday Mars '
Inejday 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mas. haH-mile NASCAR stock car track .
: >:4S anv-Oiurch School. --
5 p.m.-Prayer Service. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 8.00: p.m.-First Wednesday at Bristol,T enn., and the punishing5.2mIle ? 4 t sP a t sew o hoawyrw"' '.

Jw Upm.-Youth: 6:00 p.m.-Methodijt Youth each Lacl1e.month Altar Catholic So- road coarse at Sebrinf, '' w r1ua "' '\ '

-Servlc 7:30 p-m.-Evening Fellowship.Study. clew, Fla. Here are the results: k

OtTHSIDE MHSIONA1Y Thursday Saturday:

BAPTIST CHTJKCH 7:30: p.m.-Choir! Practice.ST. 8:30: a.m.-Religious Instruc BRISTOL 2S0-MILE STOCK CAR RACE:

** N. rrancloo Street lion.CHURCD FORDS lt AND 2nd r

Bra Chester Johnson MARTIN'S CHURCH This tough tight half-mil oval revealed a ;
Interim Pastor (Episcopal OF CHRIST and under-
5 1. new dimension in Ford V-8 power
m.-Sunday SchooLa.m.Momnl 207 N. Pacific 306 South Central Arena cored Ford' superior handling as Fred
"L'
> Worship Rev. dark H. Dcrman Vicar J. J. Sullivan Minister Lorenzen passed the checkered fag Dine second : 1
p.m.BTC.p.m.Evenlllf. Sunday Services: Sunday: ahead of Fireball Roberts charging/ bnlaaled lard Mndhna rxe a ag sensors aN IrItlW M14mse ant

nesday: Worship. T:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 10:00: a.m.-Bible School. Galaxfe and a fun lap ahead of the third
10:30: a.m.-Family Service and
11:00: a.m.-Worship. .
P.m.-Prayer place Plymouth.SORING
Service.
Church SchooL
7:00: p.m.-Worship.
Saints and Holy Days a* an Wednesday: 12-MOUR ENDURANCE RACE a'

Ml CHURCH Soath OF COD nounced. 7:30: p.m.-Midweek devotions FORD-POWERED COBRAS lit,Zed AND 3rd r '1 j
pcin Arcane Confessions by appointment and Bible
Study. IN GRAND TOURING CATEGORY
I Rev. Joe Coleman_ t
' l-ffl.-Sunday SchooLa.m.MornIn Through 12 endless hours then incredible: s <.
Hi HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH
" Service Highway 720 CHURCH OF JESUS: CHRIST little V-8's ground down the world' finest -r.wwa :

po ro.-Evenlng Worship. Rev. Vie Turner Pastor APOSTOLIC FAITH road can.: They broke *U yean of Ferrari '
oaesday: Sooth ClewbttoB domination by outrunning and outlasting
9:43 SchooL
a.m.-Sunday
j Ida 0,p.m.-PlI7er; Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Bro. Luther Dixon Pastor very! one of the famous Italian GT prsdnoa! 4 t r .. 1'" a '
: 10:00 -Sunday SchooL finish three I t *+
a.m.
:M 6:43: p.nv Training Union. : tion ears.: At the 10 p.m. only
I nu-Young P opl ', :En 8:00: p.m.-Evening Worship. 11:00: a.m.-Preaching. pedal J1I'olol/l1lf/ entries were still ahead of
drawn Wednesday: Tuesday: the flying Cobras-and there wen aft Cobra

'fUr CHRISTIAN 1:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. la tilt top tea
cnuKcn Fridays
lath IararlaD" AlIIIWba 7:30 p.m.-Young People's SOlING STOCK CAR RACE '
B.
00 J. Goodrich Minister CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF Meeting. I fat FORD; 24 FALCON; 3rd, CORTINA

00 .Bu-Bible a.nt-. SchooL GOD Run the day before Sabring 1 big> CM, this
Communion and 21S South Francisco Street
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 250-kflometer contest tat International stock
r
:M P.m,Communion Worship: Servlc James 1''. Klmbrel Pastor Sooth Clewbtoa. ear proved the total scope of ford' total ,\'
and Sunday
Worship Service 10:00: a.m.-&mday School. Rev. Herb Hlgdon. Pastor an... The entry lid had Jed oaf f
+dnesday: 11:00 anv-Momlng Worship. 8:45: a.m.-Sunday SchooL CaJsjD*, on* compact Falcon, tine Entfah '"

:38: P.nwBibl' Suzy 11:00 i.m.-Children'* Church. 11:00: a.m.-Worship Servlc Ford-fin Cortina Or,and they Whd! Just (.-
7:00 -Baptist Training PM 11II iT oc .rid.
7:30: Evangeliitc Servic p.nv that vs* 1,"L pseertaoCosre aryeawoay..snaauwaa sass
1EBOVAIJ; p.nv Union. .... .. ,. .
: Tas. the total perfarmanc* hbontotie + _.. I
I gdote NESsR3 Wednesday: Worship Servlc*. !! k aI \\P,F. "I\\
Hau-.c17 1:00: p.nx- fioS SSSfiwptjbg tbt add "" :.
W. E1 Paso 7:44 p.nu-Christ's Ambassadon. ru fall bor ,
R. Tuesday: .. ... ,. : I
':lIIday o.bona ***ir "6:00 p.m.-Brotherhood. I tjstofopneanipstitlaatooarearandneoavtaedad .. / i1 I II
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Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Fla. Exemplar chapterin I spend in tome serving of the my retirementtime state In a a were guest of his slater and 11 name, Roger Gelletall
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Thursday April I, 1964 brother-in-law, Mr. and Mr*.
civic program"Our ftODoiIIyUIf> job"Mr. Mike Vettorl Ms week.BIRTHS. Mr and Mrs f:1te1o
,.r. tera are the IIer.
Civil Responsibilities," ter. Grape parents wHospital. d-bA--
with special emphasis on accepting 1' pounds at her o:nthh wel I
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I NE\I\S\\{ vote, was our discussed responsibility by Fred to l \ Mr and Mr. Jack White, 1012 March .2t! at Hendr r---..:.: t

''i Sike, a Clewlaton city commissioner & l Indlantown Road, Stuart, Fla.,
at a meeting: of Xl DeltaPI announce !the birth of a daughter
,!! II chapter. of Beta Sigma Phi I in Good Samaritan Hospital,
: I w held Wednesday evening at the West Palm Beach, on Monday,
home of Mrs. Abner Vann. '. March 23rd. The baby weighedsix r Ifs
; : McDuffie-Ingram Booker-Yon According: to Mr. Slices there ;f 'RS wA l i I and one-half pounds and
plans told are three groups of citizens ; '. '. has been named Leslie Colleen.
Mri Barbara Nell Holmes In are those who get things done, those : Mrs. White 1* the former Betty Patients admitted. viw.
gram and Henry McDutfie Wednesday weremarried Miss Sue Booker has announced who stand by and watch thing and Mrs. Martin H. Peers I 1f Ham, and the couple has two Newton, John F Cottoa.su, *
) In LaBelle on Broward- plans for her approaching being done and those who and daughter Suzanne, were in 4 other children! both boys. ard Green R. M Luker iJ*
March 18th. Judge ,
Wi C.
Y wedding to Raymond know nothing about what Is being LaBelle Sunday to attend the Keen. Sr bins
; N. Pawns officiated at the end Mrs. Jlmml. Newton IOn, Lyndal *
Yon. The date chosen U April done. He said that to escape funeral service for Mrs. Peers' Mr. BosweU Qwi
? I ceremony. 10; the wedding will take place our civic responsibilities aunt Mrs. Vera H. Helms are the parents of a daughter, by Jumper) Alvin Bij r.
,t Mr. and Mri. McDutfie. are redding in St. Margaret's Catholic to our nation, state and community teacher in LaBelle schools (> Pemella. born Wednesday tha L. Schnatz, MaMba !
I in Fort Myers.Observes Church. is to ll'adua1ly1oae our Misses Barbara Francisco March 2S, at Hendry General Loulae Osceola C
\ No invitations are being freedom. and Geraldine Amon spent Easter Hospital. The baby weighed Gray, Aurora Herrera
birthday mailed and all friends of the During the business meeting weekend visiting! in Cocoa eight pound, three ounces. Messer, Jo Anne Crwbi
young couple ere cordially Invited election of officers for the coming Beach. Easton Chambers. Thorn.2
with hamburger fry to the ceremony\ and to year was held. Those elected Mr. and Mr*. A. M. (Red) Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Frank his, Earl croggina Ailwer I.
w the reception at the home of were: Mrs. W. O. Perry, presl Smith are leaving today for announce the birth of a girl, Fon, Rachel Bowers Mao
lea
Donna Stalls, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Yon dent; Mrs. John Drake, vice their home in Akron, Ohio after Carina weighing eight pounds, IS.
and Mri. S. H. Stalls, celebratedher 154 Avenida del RIo. president; Mrs. Hager Lowe, a winter stay in dewiaton. at Hendry General Hospital on Patient remaining
tenth birthday with a ham recording: secretary; Mrs. Douglas Mr. and Mrs John Barton March 25th. Garcia Earl Scrogglas-jj AdZ

burger fry at her home Monday Hendry housewifeis Ellis Mrs.corresponding Vann, extension secretary and children of Klssimmee visited Mr. and Mr. Francis Osceolaare LaFon. LyndaU Brewed lilt
afternoon. ; his mother Mrs. J. R. of girl, who E ley. Albert Spear,
officer and Mrs Johnle Jackson !the\: parents, a mart
contest winner ; Barton ST., and other relatives 13 ounce, Green Jo Anne Crawfcri
Games were enjoyed by Jo- civil defense officer. weighed ten pounds ,Bela
nell Hooks Elizabeth Bishop, Mrs Isabella Curtis, wife of Mrs. Vera Mills, hostess, Easter Sunday. r wt As at birth on) Saturday. March 28, Gray, Aurora Herren, |_
Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas
Mary Corbln, Brenda Herring Ken Curtis, president of the served refreshment of coke at Hendry General Hospital. Thomas, Joe A. Jones 11
Ann Hancock: Wanda Hingson. Hendry County Bank at LaBelle, and cookie to attending! members and family of Jacksonville spent. Luckey Melvin C Keen t.
the weekend with their relatives
Randy Crockard. Clara McCarthy : won the district: Orange Dessert : Mrs. Jackson Mrs. Joe LINDA CARLTON, worthy advisor *f Rainbow Assembly, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Grayare Chtef Bobby Juniper Ten
Elaine Cauaseauz, Frances Contest in Sarasota Tuesday Sexton Mrs. Parker Wilson la Clewiston. center, prerided at the Initiation ceremony st which these the parents of a eon. who Messer Marjorie Smith LIIit
Miss Jane Nash, who
Terryl
Pearce Kim Murphy and Kathy Mrs. Curtis had previously:! won Mrs. Ellis Mrs. Eugene Hough.Mrs. attend Italy Name Academy at the girls were received Into membership. Left b Princes weighed seven pounds.13 ounce Jone, Rachel Boweri
Stalls sub-district contest In Fort Low, Mrs. Art
f a Perry San Antonio Florida spent Groom and right .Is Evelyn Bonuby.
.,: Following the supper, ice Myers Lawrence Mrs. Vann, and Mrs. Faster with her mother, Mrs -
cream and cake were enjoyedby In Sarasota she competed with Drake Evelyn K. Nub, and her brother well on Easter Day. sister, Mrs. Charlotte Land and New Location
seven other winning cook from
the guests and Mrs. Caretta Jeff Nash. Mrs Pauline Howell was the latter1 grandson, Robert
,: Cannon of Lake Placid, Miss won the Southwest an electric Florida range area! and, and an Anniversary; Mils Ruth Jone of West called to Jacksonville ]hat Garrett returned with her for a SEWING MACHINE CENTER
and Mr. and Mrs. Palm Beach Easter weekend
Judy Vann spent weekend where her mother, week' visit.
f Abner Vann who assisted with electric warming pan.On A family dinner party at the here with her sister, Miss is this to Kath's Store
April 23-24 she win be one Tropical celebrated: the 28th Mrs J. R. Rowe of Mcdenny Jim Wiggins spending 125 Ave A. next Dept. Belle Oladi
the supper. Charieen Jones and in Moore week in Pensacola business.Mr. .
was admitted to St Vincent'sHospital : on
of 12 finalists in the "bake.off' of Mr. and
at. Winter Haven, and herOrange Mrs.wedding Melvin anniversary Pape on Wednesday Haven with their. parents, :Mr. suffering from a broken and Mr*. John Phillips Phone WY 6-3260
and Mrs. J. C. Jone hip injured in a fall at her and son Bill of Avon Park
Rainbows "Cracker" Cake win get Ma.rd125th. Used
present New and Sewing MachinesWe
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Ellis spent home Warren Howell drove his were Easter weekend guests of
its supreme trial on that occasion. The guests were Mr,and Mrs.
Easter Melvin Pape, Mr. Ord Mr*. Easter weekend with his sister, mother to Jacksonville, Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Langford repair an make and carry an part for sewing me.chines. -
program (Mrs. J. J. Tabling and other .
Easter Sunday
Saturday.Mr. Enjoying an
The Dessert Contest returning
Orange Richard L. Pape, Mr. and Mr*
I : ,relatives in MIami. Mr. and We have the largest selection of used Sewing Machbet a
trip to Fort Myers were
Members of the local: Rain sponsored by the independentpower Joe A. Billiard Joe M. Billiard Miss end Mrs. Hilton William Florida. 100 to choos from.
Hat Duncan iwho attends and their
bow Assembly presented a companies Jointly with and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egtey. and children spent the weekend Mrs Pat Peters
special Easter program for the the Florida Citrus Commission. Florida School: for the In Wauctula to be with their guest, Mrs. Helen Roberts and
f Eastern Star chapter: prior tot In this area the Florida Power Deaf and Blind at St Augustine parent, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Michael Roberts. The group
the last Star meeting The ptOoJ and Light Company sponsors) BirthdaysAnd spent Easter holiday with Afcrltton. and Mr. Hazel Williams saw the baseball game between
her parent! Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
the Phillies and the Pirate in
gram "u chiefly: muete and the annual event on Easter.
and This will be Mrs. Curtis' ( you'd better check: 1OUI'driver' Duncan. Cox drove to Jacksonville the afternoon. .
drill, was simple but very sec Mrs. Frank t1[
J license). Mrs. Win. C. Owen spent the
effective. end appearance In the final of one day last week. Her
April 2Arlene Stewart. G. Easter weekend in West Palm
"The Easter Parade" was the contest G. Suggs. Mary Alice Diets Beach with her son Win. 'C.
sung by the group a* the opening Steve Johnson Harold Adam. Owen, Jr., and family. F, H. A. NEWS I
number. Linda and Shfcla Enrichment classes April 3 Bin Johnson, Rufus Yaap RIdder wffl leave. Friday
Carlton sang as a duet, "Were H Langford Delorei Twiddy. after spending three. months in Tats week is National Future
You There The prayer was The Lau group of a total of April 4 Nell Johnson, R. C. Qewlston under a student exchange Homemakers week The Clewis
.: given by the Rainbow chaplain< 105 seventh grade student began Wilson R. V. Roland. program& sponsored by tea Chapter has their schedjle
and the group used the retiring the final 9 week of an enrichment April S-UUdred Feller, Jeannette the State Department/ of the U. act up as follows: LAST
march in which a cross is program which give Wiggins. S. A. and The NEIIh< .,f. formed at the aita!'. During this them brief trading in typing April 8 Ruth McCarthy, C. U go to Chicago tar as mach Tuesday Community: Day
,, they' MOl" "The Old Rugged music, reading and health A. Martinez, Mrs. Sam Lang sightseeing! as poesWe before (the chapter will place cards s ,
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j i j Cross. The program is designed to April 7-Carol Hodges, Thel. returning to tua home In The on the hospital trays).
.r After Vie :Mr. and su w e.ew W a.rrw g..rr hd
program help students "find
themselves" ma Miller, Nancy: Ball. Hague. Wednesday School clean-up ( ..
-,\. ; : Mrs. Abner Vann and Mr. and before entering Into'.. high April Sharon Clark Coots, Barter _tIoaIU1II of :Mr. Day. (the girls will help cleanup
.. Mrs. C. M. Pinkie served refreshments school: program according to Mrs. Dee Holoubek and Mrs. J. H. Elsie were their around !the school, help the oulaAdaaMAbner : j. I
t Ifi Ji,. to the girls duringa James E. Brandon, auperviiingprincipal. April 9-James L. Owen eon and family, Mr. and Mrs. teachers after school, and place ; .
brief social period. J. H. KM, Jr.; Kip and Susan, flower la !the office, teacher's H.
':'' of Aahland Ohio, and Mr. and k-sage, and the teacher rooms) Vann
J'; Sweat announces Mr*. Karl fiturtz. Jeff and SUMO Thursday-The girls will give
A STEP FORWARD of flm-mnatl: Ohio. The a pot luck: dinner tar their .
for committeeman Joshes and their. guest! went.to parent I Ph. THRIFTYDRUG

Rex Sweat cormer Duval Fort Juderdale Tuesday tit Friday is Department Day. YU 2-5971
spend several day'*. The Home EC department will
county sheriff! for ,earl.
EUGENE HOUGHFor many Mr. and Mr.
Danny HoweU be given a thorough cleaning
it candidate Ice the office: of ITATirA.. rr
and family of Fort PIerce vlalt- The (whole chapter
Sunday-
Democratic National Commltteemaa ed Mr. and Mrs Floyd Howell wI.11atteDd the Catholic Church: ............fIIIII _
f from Florida .
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and Mr. and MIkdpil
Mrs. Warren Hoe together.
He 1 II well known through the
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law enforcement organisation, SpecialsAuto
District No. 1 Elks and Masonic lodge, Legion
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the world's largest oommerdalbulldhng Oewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pale Five
and $13 million more Thursday, April 2, 1964
ARM F
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than the United Nation building .

Card of Thanks were always so kind and helpful ,
This column writer said this We to us all We shall always
take this means of ex-
new building that to cherish these friendships
ww was going
pressing our sincere appreciation -
.c. DOYLE CONNERCOMMw1alONR serve as offices fer our Congressmen A. J. Richaud
for the kindnesses
i many I
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i' .' ties everthlng from Mown ,Famfly. f'
to us in the IoN of our
FLORIDA disappearing spittoons to gold. wife and mother and to her
.. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUF plated: plumbing during her long Illness The CARD OF THANKS
lII b When all them Congressmen many friends whose inquiries, I want to express my deep appreciation
gin home from Washington! and visits, cards, flowers and other to the many friends
-------- takes to the stump Xer the November kindnesses showed their love in both Glades and Hendry counties .
Problems of land utilization veying the situation U S. News elections, it'll be mighty and concern for us have done for their visits, their kindnesses
leComInI totensited.. es- and World Report commented interesting, Mister Editor, hearing much to lighten our grief. and prayers which. were I
e!a1y! tn IrNI r.l poputa.tioDwth. recently: Mi them making economy and We wish to thank Mr. Jones, such a great Lelp to me In my
The biggest boom in America ? trying to explain this building the hospital administrator, the mosses
today Is in land. Real estate i all at the tame
It may come w I surprise to A same doctors and every member of Jjhn R. Langdaleand i
there are two school. prices are skyrocketing and the hospital stalf, all of whom family.ROUNDTHECIOCK .
but M J Yours truly. I
u, ODe the experts: say he end Is not Ii
the IUbject.: fl
on
thought Uncle Dan i
dlsperlal of In Bight. Scores of startling
wider
vodes I reeiden- examples are noted, such as a
reWngs .!to The other' sees San Francisco builder 'who paid t I
I area coooeDtretloouvtnll $580.000 for a building tract that Rev. Head lP ;.
for graben units in order to getpeople sold toe $15,000 In 1950. preachesat l lf

._, living\ on the land Advocates dwellings urge wider their dispersalof suggestion First Baptist lr r f

arable to combat higher school
fin the meantime, rising farm and improvement taxes. By Rev. George 0 Head, son of You can bank onN i
I values are bringinglonTto the number of homes reducing ina the late Rev W. I.. Head, who OT CT10' ,
farmer that they organized the church, will be
given area, they say \ reduce I
you
buy 'guest minister at the First Baptist our protection
y face trouW U they ,the number of children to a i
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tonal! !land to expand their crowd local schools. Church Sunday, April Sib
duction without first making He will preach both morningand servicesA I
HE they can make more Some places hat required CHILD CARE IS A CLASSROOM PROJECTto pony tall, back to camera) and shy Nancy evoeninlle1'Vleu.
from it. buildings lots no smaller than Horarmaklng studenU at ClewUtoa High Stacy at right with Carol Davidson. The Rev Head .. associate pastorof
cey two acres now seek coning of School. In a recent session Orslno Baptist Church on
acres Future OlDeIDIII.en child with telephone, back te camera, Is .
lite explodon. risL five minimum. Died "lire models" to try eat their child Lynn Darls. Other FIIA girls are Jineen La- Merritt Island, and prior to accepting ;
In contrast, the
population "stacking up"of this pastorate, conducted
state and ]local taxes and living units Is accelerating car knowledge and techniques. Girl seated Fen and Elena Rodriguez, M chairs, and an evangelistic radio
uptrend in costs for omctiOl1 in many places, like I he 60ttoryTwin at left M the floor U Canine Stanley The Barbara McLeod and Valerie Crofnt ea the on an Atlanta station.program
of ell kinds are the Towers apartments iontlllcago children are Beverly Spurlln (In nary sailor floor.-STAFF M10TO. All friends are cordWly In-
.uencet bearing on the news a 21-ctory "motel" in dress), Lee Ann Hall In while sweater and vited to Join the congregation at is I
bank's asset
tar land-use planning. Philadelphia! and Boston's! : 200- First Baptist Church next Sunday most important perhaps
]In, and around many cities mUlkifMlaUar Prudential Center illation has bad much !influenceIn tours in Pens Brazil Uruguay, to greet the visiting preach I
ghoul the national real as- which claims it will be taller commercial farming areas. Argentina and 0 Ie. Uncle Dan fromDevil's er. the safety it offers to depositors
values have been soaring than any skyscraper outside According! to a U. 8. Department There is a good prospect, : .for
I! fabulous rsttt. Alter! our of New York City.' of,Agriculture report between increasing agricultural competition Your valuables are safe in one of our safety

SaId a La. Angela real estate March 1, 1950 and March from our Latin American GardenDEAR Card of Thank
dealer: "We may be reachIng I, 1963 farm values rose in neighbors in the years ahead. I deposit boxes
he point where people may Florida 389 per cent; Alabama, expect to see more interest In MISTER EDITOR We wish to thank the congregation
M* be able to afford to live in 114; GeorgIa 165; Louisiana, those countries among our : that gathered at the
single-family houses.1 130; M1ssIaslppl,124. and Tennessee Florida growera and ranchers I see where some perfeuer of Herbert Hoover Dike for the I If
SAT. -AriIL4 A new planning| concept of 101. ss time goes on. OkMophy at Yale claims If it 1964 Easter Sunrise Service. FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON 1 1L
|No adnnee la prices tar Menslity" of dwelling units per But those who warn farmers wasn't fer the troubles .we got We also appreciate the help
a4dtdra"DISNEYLAND acre rather than minimum sizes to watch their step! on buying all of us wiuld be so satisfied that many residents gave In
AFTEK Is suggested la a report by the mono land point out the risk Miss Everglades we'd be miserable. I reckon making the service possible.
DARK" National Association at Barns of adding more fixed coals, that's why I'm overflowed with CLEWISTON MINISTERIAL L f
-akoFCN budldert and the Urban LandInstitute. such as taxes, mortgage pay bliss all the time. I tote Just ASSOCIATION
IN ACAimCO", Their report suggests meats Interest, etc. Adding contest is openThe enough troubles around to keep I
lieu rrIerSL'N.MONPJtJL 'cbR<< housing with outdoor more acres isn't the whole answer me happy. .
"M recreational apace to be provided to Increasing income. Ii's Pahokea Jaycees this And all a teller has to do to ,
}'SEVEN DATYS IN MAY" in nearby open spaces: of 'what ;you can get from your week announced he date for keep a good stock of troubles on ,- :. "
parka end wooded areas. acres that m units. SK'OIIIIIMU81 Miss Everglades hand is to read the papers ever
Burt Lancaster Contest end made an appeal for "ust. *
neePterbia It day. Fer Instant, I was reading
U noted that farm-
many
I story ol what ewdd happen
linn real estate vale girls from the Glades area to this piece last night by one
.o the Called States era aren't pushing their acres I
.. have been enter the contest of them Washington column .
leading a steady hard enough. They should be .. .
rise in recent the The contest will be a part of writers where the new House -
TCEWEDAPRII.74Adults: years among sure they're getting ell they
Only"MADAME" Soutteeltstent states. Federal can from what they have before the annual Spring Harvest Festival Office Building they\ was putting Vote for and Re-elect .
Reserve Bank of Atlanta does taking on more. The rising conducted fey the Jaycees ,up in Washington fer SS5 million
n't believe, however, that cpec- trend in costs is expected to and will be held on Friday April would be She most costly buildIng -
speed more efficient farm production 17th at 7:30 pm. in the Pa- ever erected! any place in
homes High School auditorium. the world.
\ ) ,
S. s Requirements fir entry In the Ho was giving some figgert Harvard S. Parkinson
contest are that (kirls must be to show how fancy they was &lot.me -
Because American farmer K years of age and not over with this new building. It
SMOOTH 0 0mhes are learning pays to keep an 1$. That Js,. they must nave will cost 12 million more than
eye on development In. worldagriculture reached their 16th birthday but the Pentagon, $43 million more
many are finding not passed their 19th. They must than the Empire State Building, County Commissioner;/district 3 ,.
It worthwhile to take time out, be a resident of any community 134 million more than the Gold- m If ;
we Difta Cryttali fEN-XPowdertd lor on-th cone observations in around Lake Okeeohobee and, ea;Gate, 133 million more than
you foreign countries. Thai was the of course, be 1IW

y t k purpose.Europe' *last* tbe cummer trip,I made with to. sponsoring Contestants business I are to or have organlMtion. a- _ft... '-'.with a record of progressive service and, a b h't y!1t1: S, a* I

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of Florida agriculturaland ;
group They may arrange for EDWARDS h.
business leaders. We learned their own sponsors] or if they i
a lot about what Is being done ment for Hendry
i1w prefer, the Jimmies will secureponsort Plumbing ReJlaifReplacements county.
the Iron cur
on both side of for them. Aa entrance
tain. fee of $10 la required. i
I note feat group of New' Contestants will be Judged in Installations, h
Jersey farm people are due to evening dresses. Application Trouble Shooting IYour vote and support will be appreciated.
return thl* week (March 5)) forms may be secured< by writ- ...
torn a goodwill visit. to five big Miss Everglades Contest. "Septio Tank A : )'
South American cssa riel. They Box US, Pahokee. Florida, or Specialty" i:
lei agrkufeiral cs ',. '.;. II
were scheduled: calling Lewis Collins at (245322. -
Call YU 6711

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Non I Funeral services tor Brian DUAL CRISSCROSS by SARONG ,J
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: Neon- Funeral Home Wednesday BACK Qrfa-croM panel cup and Ut flatter not freedom.
afternoon at 4 o'clock. The merely flatten the derriere, for THE LOOK la to- ;
ACONSmokedFRANK'S slab lb. 29c child died la an accident Monday day's fashion WAIST won't roD or bind stays la place. '
> morning.Rev. THIGHS. Combined back and front Crlss-croM CODLl9h1.. dry SPANDEX Elastic: Ionaer4asano mochlnwashoble ; *- i
James F. Kimbrel pastor struction bring girdle down lower on side to too. !
of the Assembly of God. smooth thighs for panty girdle look. '
officiated, and interment wan .
in IUd laWD Cemetery. :-1rntW'J.ifenc'Jn.' t pfdl.wudhg-.DUAL'CRISS.CROsfatclwfrdy, SIl'On8 J i .

Survivors! are the parents : r,, : ..wX995 ,
and David I
two brothers. Kicky J \
Field,and two sisters.Angela I j ,,
and Rhonda Fields, of Oewis. 'r i 0- o rfy f -GxG) Sun xi"-11T! i ,(

tea the maternal grandparents. sl"il;
Grocery Market Mr. and Mrs. Owen Rezroat of

I.ndWIapolIIoaod giants Mr.the and' patens Mrs. THE= SPORT SHOPBfc

P8. n t-1411 ", BOMEwa DKUYEtt) AND OrKKATCD,e TO. YU' M4M Myers.Samuel B. Fields o!' Fort _SMMiIt4t mfKMM4MAM 7asMlent $ lfiQIV l' (



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LEOAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS CaahUr-a
is.... ?nrllrwt0xs Orientation plan for sealed propoula for the oontrurllun StSS.ftfi5.ab
Page Six THE CLEWISTDN NEWS Oirf eca rA A .t ..M'a is tit at of the 114 Addition to
Harlem Academy Htndrr County nese in Florlds nl Ip
Mdtt,1
Thursday April z. 1M4 ,c .... t1MW .ells byS. Florida" will be received by to five ( Lose:
S a .he MIN i sgeent' 7th grade students the H.ndry County Board oC of the. t l.ri'I: eeat, The M f "tear rl
..' ... Wuxi Seat vrohl Public In.tructlon.LaBell., Floe quired as I'uarantoe '"
the .
g told
Ida on April i. 0
Dade. Bc ud ILetv.1 P ,,,, ..vale tIIot V*. d"W Each sixth grade student who 1, 1004 at :which tl.o.:4 will I be entered ac .r.\P:,: c.Q!ItI.l
Dairy Council Beech dkdes. &*Arr ftaf.ti a they will b. publicly openod sod lorm.noe of It prosriWje
."" ** the transition to the The
Makinc road.Copley
aidt..J to auceealful ,
Maren
St. teeth : bdl.r set
River v
\ t : ... quired. to e j
WP MI ,
soot grade shall be provided of the Proposals Contract .a.ute a th'
Oa.eecacc coiHbes. : : f'c t ........... << ..-.&. orientation expert- Documajita, Drawlnir andbp.clficatlons Bond labor. covering and Intit0'

active in county usAarttr and dislribuKr spoamred* rf fcy Clad jewSac ciin '* : '. ,ire' tr .. .... eM+VrrtAM ese MM*tMtKftog a\according b Supervising : eligible General may b.Contractor obtainedby :the.. and amount motecl.l: of GoaPrlc htie ,.
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'mWsra JAMES M.
HAJITLI/Y AR.
e from
$Ii M James E Brandon. .na .
ten eouBbes.Producer PMMtpftl CHITECT, 190 Harrlion Street, : p.r cent ..fPrepcal
The Dairy Council of South -'.- .,... ahdreb Vfclt Junior IDgkBeginning Hollywood, Florida or the office tb. c.a"""

Florida plans to conduct year who are oxa eetl. te..hr 7' tO Ze wet about fix weeks be. Public of Instruction the Superintendent Courthouse of, .rly filled out form. mu.': laps

) around activity in Glades and ing in fleshy ad C ade* tee !C..vYh UN. .**. !Ma' reeks, fare .. end of the school year LaB.lle, Florida. A depo.lt of detached: from the and Bpald,, t
Heodry counties and will provide bee are 0. :c. S ke% VastJCBek :% @e. ..... lY atgt aMr student will have 16000 I. required for ...." tint. m.nte No qualifying will letter, ::
grade h
week 5th
of Drawlnia and
act
J, po nJ. booklets, slide, John Ferretl! Then PtrUoore ..:,,- :ewiM had b ese d qxrtunHjr of trending thedes Inued to each Specifications General. : BIDDER onn.ldere. .
.. and on some occasions, speaker Harm; Jabs and R>c*>- l 1, Z ..gees\ .lawns 1t1 'segos the school. There Contractor. Additional. sets may period W .u rlt4
,: for programs on the value ert DtckKO and Jofca Drake, ofCewistoo. at UIt high be obtained by paying: reproduction of thirty C 4,
r'earn e ; of dairies and the use of dairy! 'The Dairy: CMtac-i MednraelLtetesas. The returned. The full amount of the loch Dicta the etrH
: products.'j offices are at ST5 S9 bt salt .e wcgb grade section depotlt will b. refunded to all OWNER
j "'h aweiett buddy system' will be used. lildder provided all documenta nla't'r: : r :
t :Menu booklets are available Street SCamL: vtu __ tybe of elkwnr.dt EM sixth trade visitor will be are returned to the. Architect, Ai.rolb .d to waive .,
: to individuals who write for lruRc In rood condition, within 10 days 101'1lolliij
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; s the 111eb tBtxAduced to the seventh grade after the Bid Opening" Bub-eon
them, said Mrs. Joanne Jack dtI'IMc. tractor obtain document BY: 1. p Bpratt,
d may Wdm
:_'t w3.e sees who will nerve to bis "
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executive! director of the Council tudrat by paying reproduction coot, Board of Puhlle IpnOATTESTIry
Mrs Jack has been la Field Day April 23 .:..- art ether 5.t. ddtfe d twst buddy throuchout the day. He which coat will not b. refunded. County, Flo,1t.!"
: tArl."iippL 1t .UIW'b Myowj << entire day with his Documenta may be examined free
charge of !the Council's booth spend the of charge at the Architect, office. J. Homer Bible, 8uP"la ,
eeaaae: hselM. twill butty attends all of his classes and Bleral.r to
at the Hendry County:: Fair toClewistoo the ..
of Public
for several __ at LaboratoryThe cs c..a. 1Ia dteleee lakes with lum and accompanies him Each p.opo.at mural b. secom.paoied dry County In.lru"u". Florl .., Boo
However the Council only recently tue... nrlac hseas may t&arwd *- to the school cafeteria for lunch by a Certified Check. CN 4ZI-Mar, H, Ill; J AoltRt
..- < wad drop Bram Mr htec fee Faf eta
recaved Hendry and
annual Vegetable-Pasture
':1a v H eKed. the
Glades counties into membership AS parents of new seventh
Field Day at the South Florida
WMK still MS. be-- nmpl(4m 7
4 b Invited to the
Field Laboratory north ofImmokafce traders are
d tgr' war tteme and dm.
i :Mrs Jack and Mrs. Audrey is scheduled: for school tae: *n evening meeting
Sullivan, dietitian and former Thursday afternoon. April 23rd. :. faesiee ..... ere' erleee.areed durinf the first Sew weeks of the For Rent

executive director for the Dairy County Agent Ted GaHo has staae spore derrensg taB semester. Tie philosophy

Council of Jacksonville made announced the program and urges fA lWtIc flame. IIN4 sal cools of the school are to

several contacts who! in the all vegrtab groves and ors TEAM YDtK 141uLC Af1e.. ere urr..d Mae iagr.a -seed. eeeR.a 1n he the prtHMC7 be described. Rule and rgulaonu -

area during Fair Week, and explained ranchers to attend d .......... taiY.d kvtuamr ...iYMd A es. ..5en ..- -tT arc tend-seine ft tails concerning attendance,

the program of the Weed control insert eontmt' M ... ....s.elahl. gr4.rae s..., Zvi.>hei 14m..aM the tar&ams. etc, are to be out-

Council to several representatives and disease looud ca vegetable end R.p.hiie- ....... -. 1iMaw M .et ells 1 :1e 'hell d time the Lard: Tike trading system will I 2-bedroom Unfurnished House

of schools the hospital. and crops" and fertilizer! trials via lies ter ..... .,... L Llmh.a wed n-tIa'- ittyE leave Dreg dead. is Mtaportusi be discussed. Seventh grade

public health department be daicuned during the pee Grew flews I1tlaalsaert, red 1s..asa libatge ..... Lent ta the dtor > teacher will be introduced.

The Council now include: gram which starts at 1 pjn. sad w a.d S.wd 11.0..4. lM.tq K ,. ..... IOu..awsk .. .n.. -<* the tftOOogoA- T5* testing program 'will be described. IFMsfI2bedroom
ends at 4 pjn.Farkcipaeiag. m. Weed thst has tees dead Queations will be ansvcred. -
diet ---.
wffl be Donald ftr Cr a sleet time Is nactBtojr Brandoo said.

f S. Burps and Dr. 3 P. Jane*. b ttfndure ndwasc 1 Furnished
WANTED d the Gulf] Coed Safean: Dr a. t.rBh Moak Dbaesaa. and.wmbe geesee tat dead wood may Apt

N. C Sober ck and Dr. ... C. YMCA Camp : mu.s.c Aleaman at .s a sewce d ItdetOa.r City docket

Acreagc-Houses-Lots AdJrrx d the WatennelaB end ptetl fr leek pv.iRtlmlhenarr two a mace ;ears

Grape Laboratory and Dr John d gnw ag hWiar
Rentals-Business atLakePIaddis 4. Smimessarl mino.e sacs Acting Qty; Judge Carlos
sad
E. UcCaVb of the Range Cattle 1aesagaag testatf at aid
trot JB bead lacteS- ea 'she rnnnl *- Dickey returned from a bout
Property Station at One Dr P. H. Everett is al 1WIiIC.... wensSa+al J. E. BEARDSLEY
deed send aad coatlie
d
with the numps and disposed
of the hoc laboratory wffl arena a.e gftlo. paw ass a.taIed
Dade-Monroe .aU set gfofA vtt aftm of the foDowiasj cases in court
discuss fertsBaer studies on watermelons to boys a peenteta tsafur.. as a
open T.bt aaml+ode does hat Wednesday: REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
'I; Realty and variety trials with spat fabklg ad stasadioaauR1eL
as tm the l+mgm-.nee tafec'
i 309 W. Sngarland Hwy tomatoes and cantaloupes.A M. R. Harris 3r., ttaiw boa *waB It does, tnses r. Dorothy Elene Rlggo, care E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2.7501
tour of research plots of "I'M bntdM tI ..acs bniggly less $15 2 days
.: max cl the T. U. C JL Crap wihea oerrerty arjpScd. coat driving or ;
YU 3-2941
,/ the station will conclude the afternoon Cammk>se. (But the 1IIIIIIIc is and grnxtDa the suaaauMe tiscat aad prsogduas Robert Lee Way, public drunk;

program. Miami T. JL C A. Bo-*' cMq sec any Lo wort..herguJ.l .cos she g cllPlftllo CS::! ; Larry D. Hughes, running

: at Lake FJaod. Finds will --ate ndsaleetmg ttus g...-=c i>rdxooa n.iI top ails S3 or one day; Rich.:

lI. epee Us pars Jam tai ear: gases dsdsmara.enbrllelam w4y= the' tnuac tt Out lid J. Bragg Jr., DWI COO,
y...ui( boys I&'eI.0' 14- --4.+Kt.g >de Beall. al3lp1d,_, ., oipcide Is s.ititr'.a driver's license revoked, Arne

lie t Ofl. M4-1US Tee wia be Ct*> J.ekperiodI -.1IIIC. ew.iaa and -veage. 1r tit is andied' tooSHK. 0. Honkanm, careless driving, The demand for fat!
;
ad 1sa0sdi> GIll
i I... VI -2S$l donsf Oat aham bts54g fta' fet S Se: cc so aw Slto r 2 days; Bobby! E. Baker

The land T. M. C. A. Bad' taa r. rot .. rnSMt and st lip- Improper driver's license, $25 or and stocker

Camp is ta Us ilinsrt year the eeuewlt _ee Srtekag plied mw late tafartcsi win at s days; and Walter C. Morgan

off scxrtasj y.ovBSj boy ejdNBe : pumas .rut gr u4 naq haee eaverd. improper' parking f 10JCMtc .

z4 i Thurmond W. Knight out ee.n1ud 5c*ber rVriU. fir IIn1IiIC! the ..ter r Is- cattle is heavy

< A wB ...w caap: !.... men ec e. alas eft L. d embolfmg
.esd g' *1a Buy only the
(rasa b oOmd tit bs?> a.S
: "Accredited Farm; Land Broker Lairs saeu.r 7ttbEf sect d soyataitdag

IIIe fa IIIIIW Ia 'b -
e cattle want
Mr. mate lithe slimed you
Thurmond Knight Realty Inc.ems' pads see al tile.Aed! Ja thekalrlat
y w ae4 ...... a..a 2010 Aim. E slat !iIIIad L. Octar kas ...

wet .... ..... r- BMsra scab empt.q.d &I tile gal ta. ydrmsd '
Ia iIIId a dmeetw. *

Be at a trHfaaae<*Firman CnU Farm & Ranch News

really. ad kas had IS yams '
Gf ctartpstg.pekoe Ia arse Br TeamSkmy Ct.11'Agag JD'QRT: coarry H08P1TAL AUTHORITY -Sale. Every Monday at 1:00 P.M.
"oncs or B\'DOK'I' K& JUNG
ATTENTION! of the finest caopa to fee CIIIIC..-. Is kankr elves thai tin Heodry County Hoipltal" Authority
1 southland ha* seed. I* ha pressed a budget of Income and operating
tame Is lien aad eiaiana fee Hrarfry General HoepltaJ for the period beslnlnncA
SBaargiuwus
: Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK ec.-Ian. are coQesje toesiasm nl L 1H4 act o.4iBC March, IU IMeX *
w'-e daIndtr ud athsat.. wQ be mtof its BtegetFrdt re.._ BMvtix o. the, HoapitaJ Authority will be hold on
Fsrgsra 0. eoplettdah A.nl 14. I.04 at H .4ry General HoapltaL. All pareone with auc-
TO THE FUTURE AND are worthy of enulatmrn: M4,lalalA or objection to Mid budget .. prepared will
*te sihodd be mad Page .. .
by boy' Hard tko kodrt with ouch. chanfee aa an deemed e"
WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING Camp committee members ennow 11. Table 1. lender Fbccsote: L >...t will k* adopted.HaJiDKY OUtCRAL.. HOSPITAL BUDGET GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSI
of aortal conaeatsbnMread
The ntt TKAR APRIL ,
1 .11. TO MARCH II, lUll
busy making plan tor a M* ga3ons: iastiedct OPERATTCa INCOME:
..J new swimming per and burl tu "' _u $171500,00lOat Culfehte
& Law Cast Farm Mtrtgate UK gaOoes ms stated. -Psu.ala 1'.00 Phone WT MOSS Bells
!: FEDERAL LAND RANK LOAN Camp brochures and registration FespMaatla.-- MiecaaNeua ItOO $111,000,00

Will Ferula. Cash Teleftaanee cards caa be obtained by ToWp". faun ee4.
OTHER INCOME:
debts. writing the Young Meta Chris, ry ud.teosnnieaSy BtiSetuiS3CA Racket 'H' { 11.100.00

l FkuBee larva _'""_... sew Vmfldtags ver- tiaa Association. Camping De to rtai a good sonrce ofinfcnnaoca. OW Ia't.a.u a. Time CoO"'I"Deposit 1,110,00 toO.OO t
e t' sine wind aaaeUiM nd install irelgat s. partment. 40 NE Third Avenue.Miami. We wd be glad tofurnUa Diaeau .. l'urcbaa.a 110.00 11.110.10 \t ..., :."

..... Assist bt perehase al a farm, grave er raach.rorehate Florida SJUTSummers tfcia open request.! TOTAL INCOME ._.__. _,....- '$101,110.00:
: '., mere lead Bray tw.A. .- I.EB: DvCBTFIL ACCOUNTS 11.100.00
Provide capital toads f.r" farm eaterprbe.
Because of recent high NIT DrroMJI $110,710.00: IINtMlY'
r ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN writes rainfall and the prospects toeS OPERATISG EXPENSES:
: k; ., BAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES A4mI.I.tnU. n.TS'.O'
Dietary
,.' 1. Lawn yanaeats.S. H.ooplnl '.11.01'.00 16.1111.00 bi.1Ill1N AWII
Lseger terms tap to SI yean). fish pond bookletA la.drr. 1,00001 /
i I I. Dependable. aerrlee (serving' sgrknltare,eieloslrely Ihl'llDII Stunt Operatlon&nke< 1t..OO t
11.1011.00
I since lilt ( G Clime .. 1.70.01
'I /. Fall prepayment privileges without penalty. 64 page booklet "Managing +ld MalcooS: -,, 1,000,00 FREEAT
R.eorda : :
issued
5,400.1
Fish Ponds
.., Lean service by local people familiar with local aiHculture. Louisiana Operating Room .. ".441.00 .
by he Wildlife and Fishing Dennr Room -_ __ .0000 ,
t Tunisians O".n __ _.
of wea
Commission -- t.12000
If we caa be ef service to yea please write er pbeae Ao..la, ....o.eo
W. E. HAT, 1ygr..r DOYLE E, ABBOTT, ANt Mgr.Federal written by :Max W. Summers, Boots Guides Gas Ice X'Kay 10.01000
husband of the former Patricia Laboratory --_._ ____ 11.140.00
i Fishing Tackle Supplies Emarasney Room .. AL FULLER'SMiiiq
Land Bank Associationof Elder of CIewi oII. IMpreclalion I _:..: ==-.__ 10,000.00 0,00400:
The preface to the book states: Johnson's Pharmacy Coatingencloa-. ..._._....._...,.. 11,10000
4000.00
The Commission is actively engaged -S $117,075.00AntleIpnted m

t } Bradenton la a statewide fish pond Fi hir.g CampaewUton.no. Profit o. t..... ---. _'___- ((111115.00)"

PHONE FLA. management program aimed a* LQUIPMENT W.lk.l" Retrlg.ralor a CAPITAL--EXPENDITURES-._ 1,00000 e. Store
74M051<< BKADENTON. Paint
!;) providing the people of Loulil- )Portable]m.rsenrr"X-Ray Room Tobin _'_. 1,10000 | ; ,

I" I lll.cro.rop. _. .- :'::::::=:-:::- ::::: -t,000,04:

Water Di.lilLer __ .., ._ __ .. 170,00 10,17.00

; .: 1 to 6 P.M. Deficit _. (U 1101000) I Complete Line of Paint' and Supplies

Phone YU 2-3281
fRBTt O RtKCa Chairman ,
I OPEN HOUSE n.Ar.S ('N! 411-April f, 1144 Hendry County Moaplui Authority 144 E. Sugarland Jlwy. Qewiston. I*

HCM 441-:April I, 1M4 ,
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:, :I.' 2 NEW MODEL HOMES -

Located at Olympia St. on Alverdez Ave. 2 Blocks West of Hospital

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Concrete Jobs Our Ra dio


Controlled Trucks Will

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r V 5FHA AVAILABLEor FINANCING From $350 Down' :..- ,*


on .ourJot'' NoDown: Payment

Arrmox. $i,t.M PEa MONTH iNciUDiNa PRINCIPAL vantn: TAn lJQ17aAJfCII

BUILT BY KENDALL 'CONSTRUCTION CO.


TEST PALM BUm n nninonmvim. Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc.Pae

BEARDSLEYroam
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happening to police, but when. dewiston, ITa. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pap Seven
'Ace' brings home they returned to dewioton no Thursday April J, 1964 .

arrests had been made. I

tLASSIF.IED Carlton said he doctor decided and (ear. Other Judged event and the Order of the Arrow
I ADS+ Georgia bullet"Ace" to leave the bullet In the will be> adult western pleasure Ceremoy oleo outstanding

leg since It is only a flesh and stock reining. An accredited : Mr. GasUm spoke briefly on I

Carlton to walking wound believing it will work: Judge will be Available to>> Scouting In the area and said !

around with a bullet In his leg, its way out He said It appear pick the winner over 12,000 boy are now enrolled .
FOR RENT-One bedroom furnished the result of an unexpected '' to be a 32 or 28 caliber bullet Other action games la the in Scouting In the Gulf "
Trail.er,1963,10'xS3'
CLASSIFIED RATES: Four Apartment $7100 per FOR SALE-Used. House cub and cident" in Columbus Ga., about show ere: flag race, raping etream On'iKU. The goal of the :
month. One to two persons only. 8500 ten days buddy pickup Jackpot steer Council isi another paid executive I
ago.
cent per word per insertion. TO YU 23421. tic take up payments. YU 24421. Possette Shodeo decorating Junior and senior to be assigned to the Ever
cent minimum charge; four insertion etc Three young men from dewIston -
and glades-Lake
pole bending, relay ace area.
for the price of three. FOR RENT-One) bedroom efficiency Ace and Richard and
GLADES MERCANTILE COM steer undecorating for girls
plan
apartment utilities Jimmy Westberry were in Columbus program
PHONE YUkon 3-1201 PANY Sew only. A beautiful trophy and ,
authorized Singer
furnished. Couple O J7. Phone log Machine dealer' agent will working. As Carlton Entries are coming In toe UM ribbon will be given to the wIDller New volumes '
rerson whose. YU 26881. tfo report the happening: the three {
names appear service sewing machine laOewlston Lee County Sheriffs Poasette of each class and rosette
sate la the classified ads ROOMS FOR RENT- Can YU area every Saturday. boy were on the front seat of Shodeo to be held Saturday ribbons through fifth place.

nay pick up two passe to 2-6881. tic Phone WY 6-5659, Belle Glade. their and ear with loDe in the center about April 11. with two shows, at 2 Entry tees are tl on all events in public libraryThe
the Dixie Crystal& Theatre, tie Richard driving p.m. and T pjn., report Carole. except Jackpot barrels 15, roping
REAl [stAfr FOR SALE compliment& ef the News FOR RENT dean modern 11:30: on Saturday night. March Edwards, advance entry chair 110, steer decorating. 82.

sad Theatre. Passes most be rooms with kitchen, utilities, YOUR CLASSIFIED AD here '21. They topped the car, and man. For advance entries call Carole following boob were ,
FOR SALE OR RENT-Newdu. called for before Wednes phone and TV privileges. Call will be read by hundred negro man stepped beside One of the more popular event Edwards, OX 4-2716 or mall to: placed on the shelve of the

plea. tore bedroom. Car- day. YU 2-6191. Apr23oMr What have you to sell? Or what it and asked them to take him is ithe. girls barrel race with Rt. I, Box 397, Fort Myers, Fla. Clewiston Public Library recently
port.( Location. : ObIspo St. be- do you wish to buy Try one for to Fort Bennlng; they declined several entered already.A .
Corms and Pacific St*. *. Bonnie Crouch saying they were not co- Junior Fiction. Make. Way for
tween result. Phone YU 3.1201.FOR
is the
this
new class year
Call collect] Lee Wilson. 84416351. INCOME Unfinished S bed lag to Fort Benning The manmade DuckUnRobert McOoskey;
Lake Park, Fla. tic room, (3,500( equity best way I FOR RENT Furnished four SALE-Real bargain Zun. an effort to get la the car, Trail Class, a Judged event Scout filmshown Crow Boy Tara Yashlma:
room bouse. 333 E. Pasadena In this contest hone must
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can get It 432 W. El Paso. claw motorbike 250 CC. cost and when they blocked his ef- a White Snow Bright Snow-AU
ESTATE See or call Mri. Blair at Clew In
HEAL Write Mabel J. Whitney 1175 N. 8165 two month ago, but I am forte, drew a pistol and shot show its ability; many way, win Tresselt; The Steadfast Tin
[ uORTHSIDE home or investI W. 79th St, Mlamla. Fla. Apr23c iston Motel Available after returning to Holland and must into the car, the bullet striking such a* leading! another horse, clubsMack Soldier Hans Christian Andersen
April 1.
I ment property priced eonsid- AprZo, ell. Make me an otter today. Carton In the flesh of the leg carrying two rider, crossing ; Borrower*-Mary Norton;

I erably under marketINORTHSIDE3 H. L. Davit FOR RENT-2 and 3 room fur Yapp Bidder\ Laurel Oak lip between the ankle and knee a bridge, and walking through The Red War Pole-Louis Cap.
logs placed on the ground A Gaskins, Boy Scout
bedroom frame. ron; The Quarreling Book-
nished apartment Phone 2- The bon drove rapidly,
DEMAND GREATER THAN FOR SALE IronrtU Ironer away horse must be reliable and Executive of CulJtatream Council
Immaculate.INORTHSIDE Charlotte Zolotow
I Furnished 1271. tic aid Carlton, and reported the ; The Courage)
-2 bedroom frame, EVER for houses, acreage, gas hot water beater at giveaway even. tempered to make a good was guest speaker at Rotary of Sarah Noble-Alice Dalglelsh;
businesses. We have customer FOR RENT Quiet alrcondl- price Call Earl Morri trail horse. He must also be and at lions dubs recently Andersen' Fairy Tales-Han*

I( ACREAGE 9000- as available. waiting. List;your property withus. tloned and heated sleepingroom son. Mar26e Sugarland Pharmacy alert and easy to handle. and showed a color film Christian Andersen; The Door in

15 ACHES NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU with kitchen privilege it E. L. Stewart Another new das will be the made at the Councils camp the Wan-Marguerite DeAngeli;
frame home. Hardwood 27501. tic desired. YU 2-3421. tic pony western pleasure, which Tana-keetah, depicting the Ute The Cat Who Went to Heaven-
I bath SPRING SALE ON PIANOS-4 PIZZAYU will be limited to poole under of Boy Scouts at their summer Elizabeth Coatsworth.

I floors FOR RENT-Available April 11 uprights, reconditioned, 1 12 bands nigh This will be camps.
In Broward. Junior Noo-FictlOD-The Golden
IJ25 HOMES

FHA Three room furnished apartment Spinet repossessed, 6 Spinet, 2-3311 judged on suitability; of pony and The film was made by "veralprofeu.olla1
I palm Beach and Dade COUDolies Goose Book Leslie Brooke;
See 408 E.
at Ventura.Apr9c brand new, 1 console Piano, rider and cleanliness of pony movie photographers
I various size and prices.Small The Solar System Angela Roe.Ca :
Holdridge Music, YU 2- and a director who were In
cash payment new. ; Raboushka and the Three I
I the area doing some commercial
I FOR RENT Efficiencies and FOR RENT-Turnlshed 1 trailer 4781, Qewiaton. Aprto films for Pratt-Whltney.. Kings-Ruth RobblAS.
with: large Cabana room. Call Youth J'lctlcan-GUIII in the '
available.
Weld. I
at SALE One
FOR
louses mra.R portable The anon were very Interested
Over 1,000 vacant lots to select YU 2-3252. tic er Gasoline 150 AMP and one In Scouting, and after learning Heather-Lockhart Amerman. :

I from for all purposes.. Various FOR RENT OR SALE-2 bedroom portable Steam Cleaner in very of the camp and its activities Youth Noo-Flction-Talka to
I Terms.INVESTMENT. Q condition. Call YU 24238.Apr23o. film Teen Agers About Sex-Ann
prices. trailer. Sleep 5. With good : II volunteered to make the
Landers.Recreation. ,
AND INCOME fOR" Aluminum Cabana and screen on their own time, free, If the
REAl IJATE$ ENT .
PROPERTY. room. Price is right Write Box Council could buy the necessary
$1360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent xx. Clewiston. New, Box 1236. WHILE THEY LAST, pacage film. The result In beautiful
I CBS construction.$21,000. FOR RENT Furnished cabin Clewiston. tic of one dozen 3"x5" scratch Checkerboard} Newsfrom narrative Him professional I hits

( LONG TERM, low interest. and trailers. Johnson Fishing pad for only 2Sc. Place a planning and workmanship, swim team '
1 farm, cane, grove and ranch Camp YU 2-1111. tic FOR RENT-Small house. Fun scratch pad in every room of and has proven such an outstanding
lushed or unfurnished, 835 the house for convenience. The & achievement that the
I mortgages, minimum $50,000. Everyone: interested In Joining
LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. FOR RENT Trailer* and Trail] per month. See Mrs. Sloan, 433 Clewiston New tf national Boy Scout oranlzatloohu the recreation department swim

TORDReg. er space Royal Palm Trailer E Trinidad or call H. P. John SALE Parakeet 82.00 asked that copies be made team should sign up a* soon a*
M. LAN FOR ,
YU 22603. tfc
Park. Phone FARM & RANCH SUPPLY
tic CORBIN
for elsewhere
Real Estate Broker son. up, Mynah birds, African lovebirds use possible by contacting Woody

530 East Sugarland Highway FOR RENT-New 10'x48' house monkey, cages, supplies The filming required about Carruther at the Recreation
Fire, Auto and General trailer with two bedroom Pet boarding. Thompson Wild Sugarland Highway Clewiston, Fla. a month, the men visiting the Department phone YU J-2171 or .
Insurance and aircondition. By week or Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- camp at daylight and in the come to the Youth Center. 1

I Ckwlston, Fla. Ph. YU' 2-21M month. YU' 2-3421. tic Ia 1236. tea evening. Sunset and daybreak Opening workouts will be
I r scenes are strikingly beautiful scheduled after signing .up. t

\\ REGISTERED FOR SALE-Ready CITRUS to TREES go. J.

I 11&i'Q M. Tomllnson, Ona, Fla. Phone
Business DirectoryWALDRON'S RE 5-2788. tIc __ Harlem News '

ALL MAKES 21" USED TV ; ;

SEE us FORBOTTLED AHNOUNCEMENTS M'S SET Guaranteed, 3195 j
GAS I down 814.04 per' month. LAKE: __ News of Our Colored Community I, I

MEATS AND GROCERIESOpen APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. tic :-

AppliancesSalesService WILL DO IRONING in my MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored New Editor II I,
7 *m. to 1 p.m. BOS Fred C Sikes I I
home. Gladys Gaytor, Phone YU 2-7811
IISto'P.m. Francisco. App FOR SALE-839900 NEW _
POWER GASCORPORATION WALNUT SPINET PIANO 88 Personal MentionMr. Mr. Emma Dixon was mistress
Six Days a Week SLIP COVERS and drape Ciw- NOTE. COMPLETE WITH Ns.+ '+. and Mrs Earl Smith, Mr. of ceremony' on the pro-
of 'rues
(CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) torn made. Complete line BENCH.!: HEATER. 10 YEAR nil! C Perry Mr. Ivory Smith, Lakeland grain that was presented by the I I
drapery and slip covet fabrics.' FACTORY WARRANTY AND Fla., and Mr. Willie Borne P. T. A. last Monday evening.

For Your Picnics Spur of Moment CALL COLLECT Free estimates. Call YU 2-5831, EASY TERMS. Pit 996-6086, well Nichols, Fla., spent the W* regret very much that her

South Bay WY 88531BENDRT Van Cothern'i Custom Furnitureand LEGGETT-JONES MUSIC CO., r' Easter celebration with friends name was not mentioned along;
Four Miles East of ClewistonBare '
Beach Upholstery. tie 325 W. AVE. A. BELLE GLADE, in CJ whlion. They were the with the other, test week. .

I COUNTY RADIO & TV SERVICE. Carlth- FLA. AprSOcUOf pleasant !house guest of Mr*. Alvold Thomas, a student at t 1
HOW CREEP FEEDING Elsie Mae Lee, Mrs, Christine
Title & Abstract Co. era Radio & TV Sale with Bethune-Cookmsn College Day
Attention Cattlemen Nickell Building 108 Frazier and Ml Shirley A. ton Beach epent the Easter
Title Abtltr.etlt-TlUe ImniinePablle ,. service. Clewlston, Fla. MAY HELP Smith. holiday with 10 parent, Mr.
Bond Street
N. Is the time U consolidate BteMirapherPaotoeopybg
w
pear debts wits a long term Duplicating Phone YU M44L YOUR PHIL The many friends of Mr. Shel. and Mr. A. A, Thomas' and
(linn loin, low Interest rate, Bridge&. and Park Ave. CO DEALER. Uc YOUR CATTLE PROFITS by Weaver regret very muchto friend In Clewiston.
with taBelle, Fla. P. O. Boa 64.I hear of the passing of his -

ORange 8-8M1 WILL care for i invalid or senile e m othenln-,sw, Mrs. L C. Nlnvmons
Federal Land BankSee persons in the home. Oxford Lob of cattlemen in this area have found it pays to Plant City Fla. Mr. WORDS TO LIVE BY

4-1796, Ft Myer Aprto creep feed their calves. Helps the calves, and their Weaver and a few friends attended Written by Rev. John H. Owen
And thus
quoted
or Write EVINRUDESales
the funeral service that
IF ITS UNIFORMS see u* first mamas, too. Struggling upward on toward l
W. K. MAT Beautician, Waitress, were held on Tuesday, March
and ServiceNew Nurses. and Barber's Here' proof from work with 2800 head of cattle where 31 at 4 pm. et the Mt Morlah gloryStumbling
Doctor's over the "Sand of
I Box: ISI WaleaU ButUbg Maid,
Bradeatea."FIorI4aHATHCOCK'S Jackets. The, only uniform shop [ WANTED I, WOMEN I calves were fed Purina Creep Rations: Baptist Friend Church of Clewiston, Plant extend City. Time"
and Used '
Marine Hardware Motor for miles SHOP around., 1635 LJNNIE'SUNIFORM Hendry 1.34% more choice and good grade calves. their sympathy to the family. in Oft time through a path that'sgory .

WAITRESS WANTED-Gladel the lot. of their loved one.
Parts sad Accessories Street, Fort Myer Janltfo Restaurant See Tony Touli 2. Heavier calves Every 10 calves creep-fed Purina Some time with a faith lUbe i I

AUTO SALES SERVICE Marine Safety Equipment Gerald Calder tic returned weight equal to one extra calf (No extra lime.Struggles.
Breeze Inn mankind through the
1ESTAC1ANT A 8EEYICK) Phone Yuba S-SSU cow to breed feed and care for, either.) Sundry
STAnONOPEN BLUM & SONS PLASTERING. APPLICATIONS now being accepted WANTED agesReaching i \

We ALL NIGHT R. E. WALDRONFor Very. Best Work- !toe waitresses at 3. Better cow condition. Cows suckling creep-fed Nice Neat Girl, to do plain for a higher goal e
__ serer clone_ We Save You Money Thrifty Drug. Contact GaryScott calves carried 44 Ibs. of extra condition. cookingFor Ills striving written on history'spages

Plastering, Simulated Stone Itc Information
Williams Electric prompt. Efficient Stucco-Free Estimate 4. This extra condition meant 16% more calves the Apply In person or call Dread for body and far souL I
and Insured YU 3-7041, after e p.m. Still needles of the greatest
Home delivery Licensed following season.That's .
Mr Rule Mae Patrick
Mrhr. Benin. An ( r teaching
Appliance or THE MIAMI HERALD 25 Year In Business
Electrical CeatrsetlBg 3850 Lora Street a big return for just a little outlay In creep ProprietorJULIA'S In selfish race for power and

Ian, WDJI.... none SUS1Double Call Bobby Gidd-ai Fort Myers. Fla. tic feeding the Purina Way. Come in. Let's talk about That pelf would give peace to all

TV urn ED 7-Oin or OX 4-2874 cJ how creep feeding fits in your calf raising program.LOW beseeching 'y

10 FREE Piano lesson with "Love. thy neighbor a* thy '"';
BEAUTY NOOKFor
"A"Roofing any upright piano purchased COST PRODUCTION... elf."

Tampa Tribune,, from now till April 1st at Hold- the fanners feed PURINA That New Look
reason why more
'
ridge Music YU 2-4781, dewtaton. Tinting -StrUng Catttag CHURCH NEWS
... _
and sw.r a.d.L.r.s sear e. .
l Apr2cOOI N. Appointments, Now Bethel A. M. E.
HOP WANTED I MEN l Frldsr sod Saturday Rev. L. Holmes. Pastor
Licensed Ft. Myers Mr*. Jolla Bales, Proprietor Sunday School f:30 a.m.

Bonded News Press 3& MAINTENANCE MAN for work See 'the following Mobile Homes on display at the Morning Evening Worship Worsbop.10:55.T :p.m. I r

free Estimate on AH Type Bom DeliveryW. a* Thrifty Drug Contact GaryScott Harlem ClubYour Bible Reading Tuesday evening
Roofing aDd CAMPBELL Ito CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES at the church. .
Painting .- O. !for interview. Favorite Mixed Drink Choir rehearsals, Wednesdayand '"
Phone YU 3-1131 Phone 2-27M Cocktail
I.V I. :
MORE for
," $65 WEEKLY AND Thursday evenings.
Sandwiches
CLEWISTON. TLA. 10miscellaneous reliable man or woman to 1-12x00' Marlette 3-bedroom $6,850.00 Fried Recorded Muitc You are always welcome to I
I
service customer in dewistoa 3-bedroom Popular Banda worship with us. ,
r 2-10x55'; Marlette fr. kit. 4,950.00110'x60'
Full or part. time. No Investment Mr. sad SI... Win WaHae. '
Write C. R. Ruble Watkins "- Marlette Commander DeLuxe 5,995.00110x43' Proprietor Mt Calvary Bav4fat
ESTATE I I for I Sale Products, Inc., Dept M-l Rev. L. M. Kitchens Faster ,::
Term. Marlette "Holiday House" 3,475.00 Sunday School 9.45: ajn.
Values. ) P. O. Box 2447. Memphis,
1J6t! Maw ItP 2-bedroom Morning Worship, 1100.:
'REAL FOR SALE Hilton's Grocery
DENVEAD bed" Evening Worship 7.30: pjn.Mr .
Rasher. Trailer WxSy. Two during 1-1055' Marlette 3-bedroom, 1% baths 5,150.00 Groceries Fresh Meat *. Emma Dlxon Reporter \ ,
*..like new. Phone Vegetable, I
: )El: Paso AT*. SEe hour YU 17501.'rlle 1-Belmont,10x50', 2-bedroom, fr. kit. 3,950.00 Cold Drink Essential Items St. gtephea'-A. M. E.

T0 M4J1 FOR SALE-Pyron envelop 540 Acres 1-Cranbrook IVriff, 2-bedroom, fr. kit 3,95000 w. Appreciate Your Rev. Lee Jenkins. Factor !I

Very profltable bu hues IaIectIaa odored printed with form for social MJacenttoCIewIatoa. 1-Cranbrook,10'x55' 4,575-00 F.troaage Regular church services-The '
General Merchandise
Suitable for Mr. and Mrs. TUrsUe. HOI**]
of Indisjitan.. n.. Building] land fixture and security, withholding aDd ether Cleared. I'ntrletenELITE econd and fourth Sundays) ofMesh
Includedla price. This Is a clean operatloD aDd Nan deductions.Box of 500. Clewiston Fronting sub-dividing VA. 17 3-bedroom Bunk Beds month.

,OOOk .00 per 1'tI1'' New offlw. tt Frank DeasMsd EeaUer "t-EsquirelO'xM', 2-bedroom V/ bath 4850.00

Two bedroom. North tide of Highway. Large corner Packard edan.
14. l00100. Shade (reel be commercial if dedred, FOR SALE eooditfoa- new battery 65'xlO'i Marlette, 2-bedroom, front
beautiful
excellent "
apartment or duplex site.Huw oew. genen4ar Rssd1 to dining room like new, priced right G ROCERY

bedroom one bard Large comer_lot 17900. drive. J oensadats: bCerior. Glades Roofing Co.
Priced to ItIL See .t "Chuck'
ciewktr cI *"*. mud" 1 land, u miles South d Wen Motor Co..; AH Typos ef Beef a4fAeet Low Down Payment Bank Bate Financing Groceries Fresh :Mi!all School Supplies
per acn. Long tern* Metal. Work I
j*
YU 2-2661
New. C strmctt *) sr UJ3.27 East -
For any of these extra special values can Raps Job Cold Drinks_ dewiaton News r t #I

Frank Denmeadkec. 215 Acres Cleared Phone 2-7111 Also on display -The New Roll-R-Room Other Items '

Adjoining City Day or Creators
BtekwTO For sub-dividing. P. O. Bex I24CXKWDTOX The Cabana on Wheels' For Information' Call TV 27651I :
S4421 FLA. i
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-It Pay to Deal with' J Eedtof L Frank Decal Kealler

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is abffl *.d 4 w. Doctor: are that puny lithe stonubch for a the IamIJo v1&t.4
Eight THE a..EW1ST01'f' NEWS CIeWtoD,, Pie day; Edward Eugene Mitchell, Berry, $35 or 30 days; Frank Info Service having tro A* finding iltabto cow's. You'll have four canpe.it. 111 W ll4ioo..saq! his
TDuraday April 2, 188. $1150: or 10 days; Chris G. Saxton and Billy Joe Gray each Vets kidney replacements. The best meat to tin Instead of Suet CM. ter 1W'eeJt.eDd, N'G warms-.
Pelekouda, cue continued. ; forfeited S33 bands.> they've come up with *o far to And green win never have total Nooday l'eturnoc! b 0...
Nancy Ellen Yohe, summons is Assault and battery Porflro Br Frank E. Veltr and J, for one, been more yummy.
baboon kidneys
Plea in term of County Court included .sued. Sierra ISO or :50 day; Bobby Comity Service Officer the human body one Want legs like ta ox? Hairlike
day Mae of Carl Collins] chargedwith don't blame
Turner and Frank Taylor each bear NOM like F.P.C
vehicle under a bird
speeding, and plead not Failure to have Veterans holding permanent bit for rejecting! it. Even If the Workahop
S3S or 35 day; Willie Sullivan, dog's Heart :like a hose's?
control-Reynold C Hope $35 aurvive for long it
policies may did
under $35
guilty was placed GI life Insurance patient James
$33 35 Willie Crane
court bond, George Jones, charged bond forfeited; no driver'a license or days suspended borrow up 'to 94 per cent of probably wouldn't be but awhile! Well you'd probably took Ilk. taw of IJlOClate
county $75 bond forfeited. artmer
Sweet
1wfp 1// with receiving' money under -George A.Butler nolle Failure to have vehicle under their policy cash surrender until he started swinging from some monster .from outer space: workshop will., direit ,II&.
;
false pretenses>1oaced under pressed; driving without lights value *> inert financial emergencies some chandelier. but BOY would you be FUNCTIONAL log and dr,1VInc.PIiIL
The control Wlnoua Davis, $35
following cases were or lraphJes.
Hugh Edward Sutton, $25 or
$50 bond. Dixon of the at y
:: M. T. For who have wished Presbyterian
I heard at Hendry County Court 10 days and on a second chargeof 30 days; Harry William Clark, you Coersburg. ,
':, !Plea Day, Monday with sentences Also pleading not guilty and no registration tag, Sutton $35 bond forfeited. Operating a Florida Department of Veterans sometimes you had eye like a june 22-.11111 St.
;; I pronounced by Judge Brow waiving trial by Jury were Gilbert was charged $25 or 10 days. motor vehicle without drivers' Affairs, said today cat so you could see In the dark Attends Ford school Dmen.t. win be limited"S1. h
ard N. Parsons: Bloom and Jack Frank license-Leroy Taylor $50 or This action, while reducingthe you may soon be able to get sat students and classes .
k'' Disorderly! conduct-William. Manhoff both charged with Overwidth-Willle James Drarse 30 days; Wlnona Davis $50 or amount of protection, does isfaction. Richard Phelps of Heodry a.ir-eonditJoned a to It wi ...
epeedlng Both men were found $25 or 10 days; driving leave the policy in force. On 10..
vanced
Isaac Woodward Wilful and
I $75 or 75 30 days. wanton County Motors local Ford dealer students
'j James guilty and sentenced to $25 fine while licenses suspended-Sam reckless the other hand if the policyis Tired of fussing about tough dependly may 1Iort.
days; Green $25 or 10 driving Leroy Taylor steaks? Have old sissy attended a Used Car Metchandising under
I I days: Coy Fortner, Mack Fortune or 10 days, each. uel Lee Johnson $150 or 50 $75 or 50 days; Olius McCrory surrendered for cash, all protection flat molars your exchanged for school presented: by High school Juniors 8I1d
days plus 10 days mandatory.
under the Insurance ,
'I d I and James Earl Baxter Speeding-John Ernst, Paul Jr., case continued. shark's teeth and you can grindup Ford Motor Company; at its Atlanta are specially welcome
Driving while intoxicated and cannot be renewedor 111
'I' each forfeited $35 bonds. Allowing unauthorized ceases *
Edward Hunter Jerome Moses, person branch last week. tend the
I bones and all. And If you get studio '
; 1 Depriving minor children of Virginia Norwood Barber, Her Harry Lawrence Cooley, $200 to drive-Eva Eliz. Eady reinstated, Dixon said program?
full too quickly while :you wish Mrs. Phelps and the children ethers who ?
t bond forfeited, Norman Alfred Annual interest on GI policy are not
necessary sustenance and rai bert Zschlegner and Barton Tlsdale, $35 or 30 days; driving repdq*.
: Verrler, continued. Twenty at 4 cent you could keep on eating trade accompanied. Mr. Ffcelp and loge
case loans is charged per students
I .; ment-Albert Wilcox, 50 or 30 Jay Cook, each $25 or 10 days; while J Intoxicated James .
days, plus immediately! beginning Victor Merino Alfonso, $SO bond five dollar bonds were forfeitedby Waters, $200 or 60 day plus 11- on the unpaid balance. If not
support payments to chil forfeited: $35 bonds forfeited Katherine Roach and Martha cense revoked for one year, plus paid It 1 ia added to the loan 91 .
i dren. by Harry Lee Miller Jr., Guy Ann Monson both charged with 10 days mandatory; driving on principal and begins to draw '
I, Illegal exhibit of dangerous Wallace AJbritton, Charles Louis following] too closely. wrong side of road Joseph interest EXPERIENCED
' weapon-Jim McCray, $100 bond Dressell. Jr., Harry John Griffin (Omitted from last week) Goldberg, case continued.: Repayment on the principalon MATURE
forfeited. No cab card-MIley Eugene Goldberg Harvey Contributing to the delinquency the loan may be paid in
Eugene Zelgler, $50 bond es H. Bundy, Richard Allen Griffin Cases heard Monday by Judge of a minor-Willie Johnson amounts of $5 or any multiple
,. : treated, carrying of concealed L. A. Horsted, James Luther Broward N. Parson at Hendry $50 or 50 day plus 30 mandatory thereof, and at any time before
,, weapon-Venanclo! Gcrena, $75 Edwards, Gozalo Leyva County Court Plea Day Include ; withholding support from default in payment of premiums VOTE FOR and ELECT
or 50 days. George A. Butler end George the following! : minor children Gene Smith See your veteran county
Assault and batteryJohnnleLee Mullins, Jr. Twenty-five dollar Carthel A. Overman chargedwith pleaded net guilty and was service officer for a loan ap
Buchanan, $SO or 25 days bonds estreated by Martha A. beating! a board bill, plead placed under $100 bond until plication, or write Dixon at P.
plus 10 days .mandatory, Jessie G 1 a s e r, Maryann Mozzott, not guilty and was placed under next term of court. 0 Box 1437. St. Petersburg.
'j Jack Bromfield, $50 bond forfeited James Eugene Jackson, Ira Lee $100 bond until next term Falsifying log book Elton
i William Johnson, $35 Dickinson, Fessor Dell Bennie of County Court. On a second Eugene Kent and Gordon Thomas Cattle FRANK L.
I bond forfeited Lee Wiley, Howard George Hib- charge of disorderly conduct, Hutte both forfeited $35 dairy men
Vagrancy-James Chummie, bert, Jr. and Jerry Ray Good. Overman also plead not guilty bonds. No tag Nelson Albee
,, $50 or 50 days suspended night, and was placed under $35 bond. Bolt $23 or 25 days; doing at Fort PierceA

Cases bound over to the next Fernando Cerra, $30 or 10 Disorderly conduct WalterONEUNITED business without a license- number of Hendry county
Dawud Ibrahim Khalil Farai.!
cattlemen planning to attend -
$35 or 20 days; profanity-Walter were POLHILLState
the annual Cattlemen'sand
Berry, $25 or 10 days; speeding .
Dairymen' Field Day of
-Lewrenc* Andrew Con-
SUNSHINE STATE roy, $23 or 10 days; $25 bonds the Indian River Field Labora-
at Fort. Pierce yesterday
tory
forfeited for Scotty R. Riffle

MEET AND HEAR FLORIDA'S and Roger Owen McKellern; afternoon.Dr. J. R. Orscnlgo and Dr. RepresentativeI
$35 bond for Artura Victor
; Fajardo; summons ordered for H. L. Chapman, Jr., of the Everglades .
V Station at
Tiny Lee Fudge Jr. Improper Experiment
NEXT GOVERNOR Glade and Dr. A. E. Kretschmer
Belle
-
's+ parking$35 bond-forfeited.Richard W. Dwight Jr., of the host laboratory I will direct my energies to the needsof

Drunkenness >.. Willie Powell were scheduled speakers
and Calvin S. Reynolds each during the afternoon program, people in of life I will
In Person forfeited $25 bonds; Ottis Ricks, Hugh Wetchel St.. Luck County every area ;
Agent presiding.A
case continued dinner at Stmonsen' Restaurant act upon each issue with fair and impartial
climaxed the At
; i Clewiston Park day.
:1ti City the dinner meeting Dave S.
Camporee at and will all
Jones, associate agronomist of judment; at times remain

1'1' Monday April 6 the Extension Service, was master
CreekIf of ceremonies\ end Dr. T J. sensitive to the public welfare.In
Fisheating
.
; 9:00: A.M. ;; Cunha was the scheduled speak.
or
i' ; you see trucks, earl and

'j'\,: \ FRED BUD pass buses through loaded Qewfeton with Boy headed Scouts Fuller's Follies this spirit, I seek to serve the

know north that next week-end the Gulfatream'tCouncil's you will people of our in the Florida
; By AI FULLER county Legislature. -
\ DiCKinson$ Oairvporee at Fish-
J eating:! Creek Is about to begin. What a fantastic age to live .
Some 1M>>-1OOO Scouts are expected In!

1",I to attend "W art praying Scientists are splattering rock.
"t' CANDIDATE for QOVI! NOR "
for clear weather laid
ets against other Engineers
planets. -
Mack Gasklns, Boy Scout Executive .
,I are building planes that Polhill For Progress
of Gulf Stream Council
.j will carry you around the world
:. : Moore Haven 10:30 a.m. The Council owns a large so swiftly you'll be back the
tract of land on which CampTanaMKeetah
rj day before -,ou started. Technicians
Okeechobee 12 Noon is located near have devised electronic

j 1 ... ..... _...--.--- have Vero heard Beach.*o However much praise Scout ofFlaheating brains which can solve in a .flash VIGOROUS PROGRESSIVEPolitical
highly complex 'problems that
t, Creek from local would take thousands of humans ( advertising paid
by Frank Polhill
groups; who have -camped there, months. ,to accomplish. Campaign Treasurer
that they asked for one Campo.ree
Everything is. will be,
or
soon
to be held In the Glades
office equipment, and Just about
county spotThe "push. button." Cars, appliances, ,
Council agreed, and the everything else will make us the I L1
date was set tor April 3-4-5 first in .t
f OVERSTOCKED weekend. ranger race tripe history to have flat ;.J.

Taking the front seat, and not ,. '
.j :! It'. Sunny South to be outdone by >anyone are J"

it We're loaded with good and used the white-gowned surgeons with "Nothing ', 1 ,c:: ,,
new cars. for Doc Koch now their honed scalpels and curved '." '.. : ., '
< tltchlng needle The repairs :
x V. T (The) Koch returned they can do to a person these Ji. : .
(M j Our lot is bulging the seams Monday evening from Evans day are almost unbeUeveable. could be sweeter" . 't"" ( '
ton, 111, where he spent a week It won't be long until hospitals F
with his daughter Mrs. Foster' will have .more replacementparts ('
Crampton and family. Easter: for human bodies j t
than than
;
..II ; Was Is thisHARVEST
'Ij.
''I morning! dawned with 12 inches garages have spare part for ;

;; I 1963' Pontiac Bonneville $3 395 dropped to two de- Already they have stashed
tree below freezing during the blood, ,
bones blood
': Loaded Sharp,. .......... $3593: day. Florida weather was welcome ), vessels away cartilage eye and goodness SPECIAL-
I on his return knows what other little gruesome
During his vttit' In Evanston tld-btts. And no use to fret
1962 Chevrolet! Impala I 2295 1 Mr. Koch's two sisters: from anymore if come appendage
Kentucky and his brother from gets sliced off. Good oV Doc will
Coupe real sharp ....u.... 2495 California )Joined the family lora }just sew it back on. 30" or 36" Caloric '
reunion vIaIt.Sugarland.
Cot sane organ that's poopedout

; 1961 Chevrolet I 4-door 1395 Just Inside step over of you:there? No!to trouble.the refrigerated .

Pharmacy case and pick nut a range-
Like new ......:..................... 1495: good healthy one of whatever

,1 PIZZAYU you Of need course right now earn of for a limited
time
1960 Chevrolet! WagonEconomy 1295 these things are in the experimental onlyGlades
2-3311 <4a e. Much of the. new
.: .6 ,,. .....,... 1395 lately concerning transplant* fr : j


'; ;' j.i. 1960 Chevrolet 4-door \ 095 $17900nJa n

1 One owner .........................1295 \
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i ': Our New Cars are Priced, as Low as Some Used Cars ri21

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1r. ) LOW DOWN PAYMENT '- 36 MONTHS TO PAY

Make "Extra" -!: : -0O
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+ f 2 Year. Warranty Money /


without Extra Work! I : offer i :Y

Our Loss, is Your Gain wID' DOt be ;

Make your money work aa hard as do. I'epeated
you .
Ii Older Models Near Nothing Down Our high rate of return will add 'up regularly to

help build your insured savings quickly and ef. r1

1958 Ford Tudor, 1960 Fiat Tudor fortlesslyl Open your account with us today I

1956 Chevrolet Wagon EARN MORE QWIClewiston!

Manj/'/. Many More To Choose From"Chuck" Gas
HOM' Co. HARVEST
Federal

# Wells Motor Co. Inc. al' DAN MCCARTHY ,t,

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4 Savings and LoanAssociation SALEraa
Authorized Sales 'Service -' Parts s r ,
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This .U the final week to reg VOLUME 37 NUMBER 14 CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 1, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed. See S4S.I. PJ1 Subscription $' .00 year I
later to vote In the May 5th primary
elections, and the office t

of will the be aupervisor open until of 5 p.m.registration on Sat. Political ; : : U.S.


I portumty urday to register.to give to everyone every possible who wishes op. rally IS Sugar cane cropse ts recordA I



John L Hall, supervisor, told dates are set midday barbecue andmarkelapse
the
New
this! week: "Some peo-
Saturday evening will
Pie may think! that they cannot Political rallies sponsored by the close of the 196344

the'register on Saturday, because the Democratic! Executive Com auger harvest season for employees .-
courthouse office are not mlttee will be held In Harlemon v.th. ; of United States Sugar
tr t tk usually open on Saturdays. How Tuesday April 21, and Itfdewiston Corporation and their families. '
tion ever, the supervisor of registra on Thursday April 23. ? rYu'V. The corporation, operating at
office will remain open all Plana for the Harlem Rally Bryant and dewiston. will hold
day until 5pm. since that i Is are being made by Amos A. the barbecue and dance for all
the final day for registering. Thomas and Mn. Mamie Mo- employees at the dewiston Sugar -
prior to the primaries: Cray, precinct eommitteeman' House Saturday.

Mr. Hall said that registra and conunttteewiornan. I President II. T. Vaughn, Sr..
tion! lieu in Hendry county now Oration H. George and Mrs has announced the production

stand at approximately 4400. Mary Markeftte are making record for the season:
"We have not had time to makean !plans for the dewlston Rally, 1.899.401ne& tons of cane; 201.
accurate count However. which will be held In Sugariand 809 tons of 96 sugar; 10,094,209
we do know that we added an Auditorium. .. gallons ot molasses.

even 200 voters in the three ex- A rally win also be held in The corporation ground cane
tra evenings of registration In LaBeOle. and the date will be t. from 44,429 acres of its own
dewiston last week, and we announced by John L. Ball and production and 8,417 acres from
have had a fairly steady registration Mn. Sylvia Hill, member of 1 independent growers with whom '
of 10 to 15 per day the the committee who In charge It contracts to process cane.
are :;
IMISS Lnl1l.'iN MONSON of DC* Maine\ *, lows and her
last week here in LaBclle." ot The Bryant Sugar House
plans in LaBctte. operated I
ant Mrs Martha L. Sehnata ef St. Petersburg were injured
Mr. Hall conducted 148 days grinding 915-
special Further details of the rallies
Hn an accident on ITS 27 east of Clewlston Friday soon Accords 183 net tons of
registration at the Clewiston will be announced later.'Bud' cane and producing
\I. the Sheriffs Department:Miss Monon failed fat stop and Chamber of Commerce office for 96,767, tons of 96' sugar.

Struck the rear of a Dixie Plywood Co. track. The hood of the three evening last week, with The dewistnn Sugar House
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ants Nails Rambler was rolled back throath the windshield the assistance of volunteer rebtrara. ,- operated 146 days ground 984,. I
truck had stopped at the Intersection ef the oU US 27 and 216 net tons of cane and pro- :

he new four-lane read which. I is closed for repalr .-Staff Photo duced 105,042 tons of 96' sugar.
to The corporation had 44,429
acres of cane harvested for sugar -
THE ANNUAL CITY-WIDE EASTER EGG Clewtston Rotary Club, under the.. direction of and for seed this year, and
hunt held last Saturday at the Fair Grounds the.. ClewUton Recreation Department. PrIM ds now .increasing its plantings.

load and bridge attracted a record number of chUdrca who bunny winners Included left to right, Sharon Next season it will harvest cane

be hereMonday sought the 90 doiea colored err and the.. f Ot McCoavUle, Be SpurUn. Gina Faye: Sexton from 53,000 acres Growers who

andy em. The bant Is sponsored by the.. and Donna Tlmrren.-STAFF PHOTO. contract with the corporation
for processing their cane are
also increasing their plantings
to 10,000 acres. Next year's 1

lids. are received ':t ) f 1.f 1. Our Alaskan folks are all safe! crop 65,000 will acres.be harvested from



t:eary Brae. Construction Co.. bridge application! was finally Several local residents have whether their: loved ones were that he was safe. He gave her Fall from horse j

[,t Palm Beach, was low bid- granted by 'the U. S. Corps of received reassuring message ssfe. the names and addresses of the I-
at S239464, on installation Engineers. The Hendry county Gubernatorial candidate Fred of the safety of member of The big quake occurred on families of five servicemen, injures girl I
Ithe new bridge at Fort De- commissioners after having their O. 'Bud" Dickinson: will make their family or friends, in Friday and it was Monday afternoon and asked her to relay news of :,
d !his first official visit to Clew Alaska, following the devastating their Miss Joanne Crawford, 17
when the bids were open- first application rejected made before Mr. Sidney safety, because telephone I
jby the State Road Depart. a new application, : requestingthat bon :Monday April 8, following earthquake! tidal waves Crochet received news that her eommunJ.catlonlre so crowded year old daughter of Mr. and
mt t Tallahassee Tuesday, the 80 foot bridge be permitted his qualification for the Ugh and fires. There had been hours, only! slater, Mrs Lee (Miriamor He phoned again at S SJn. Mr*. T. J. Crawford Jr., received '

e bridge Is being moved' until such time a* other state office.Dickinson. aDd for some, days of Intense "Pat") Shain and her husband Tuesday, to give more detail a fractured skull in a Ii I:
kn it II former location on the bridges on the Okeechobe who Is extremely emotion* they waited to learn are safe. They live on the of their experience with the fall from a horse Sunday after '

kt Coast and will be placed Waterway are 90 feet; then it is well known In Clewlston, will fly 8th floor of a large apartment quak. and the tidal waves, and noon. I '
re the old woodea bridge. to be: replaced with a (0 footbridge & Into the local airport at 9:00srn. building! in Anchorage, and Mrs. again reassured her of their Attending a barbecue at the ,
lemned as unsafe, was re- or removed altogether.E. G.H.8M.U.LSmallaeeka where his many friends Motorcycles\ Crochet was indeed concernedfor safety. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. ,
*ed two years ago.' The 80l -' E..Collins: a( .Jd.iami..oa a .are invited to meet him and get their tafety.; Also in Alaska 1* Van Comera Cato Joanne with other girls
l clearance bridge is 10 feet low bid of 1340.34: was successful drive Into town in a motorcade. Monday afternoon a phone ,' Sr., who has bed for several In the group decided to try ,

}!rowe than the standards bidder on the Improvement Tentative plans call for a quick in troubleTwo call from their mother, Mrs. year in Fairbanks, which riding the bONe one of the' I,
i h have been set since the of roads in the Devil's Garden constable pass through downtown Clewla,: boys Arthur Bong in Iowa relayed is well out of the damagedarea guests had brought I
area. The work calls for eight ton and back to !the City Park the news of their safety. :Mrs. according to alt reports.Mr. After Joanne mounted the !
mile of heavy grading on SR G. H. Small announce that where ha will make a speech Clewlston youths whose Bong said the brief airmail : and Mrs. J. W. Summer horse, It galloped away and
undy tells of'thletic 833 and 436. he is a candidate for the office from tile Dickinson mobile motorcycle brought them before letter from the Seattle, Wash. watched the new' of the 'quake Joanne lost her balance trying I
of Constable, First District of campaign headquarters and officers of the Juvenile Red doss chapter sent the with more than usual interest, to slow the animal's speed and
program Hendry County, :Florida. chat with ares residents. court for !toe second time bad message: "We are A-OK. I am also, because+ their son, Ronnie fell from the bone

Tax Collector HomeTax Mr. Small bas been a resident Dickinson's pressing! schedule their licenses taken away for working hard at the hospitaland Summers left Anchorage only She is reported in fine condition
e Body athletic director Collector A. O. Ward of Clewlston for the put call for a motorcade to Moore one month. The boys had previously Lee is working wherever 29 day ago after a tour of duty a.t Hendry General Hospital
[the Oewiston High School returned to his home In Clew 30 years and 1s employed by Haven for a talk there at 10:30: been warned about loud needed. Notify the family" Mr. there He visited teem In Clew and expects to be discharged
Kiwaniani of the athletic iota Friday after a period of the United States Sugar Corpora and on to>> Okeechobe for a noon mufflers, and particularly about Shain is an automobile dealer bton and is now stationed at In a day or so.
I physical education program hospltallzatlon In Hendry Gen ation. engagement their habit of "racing" their and Mrs. Shain a registered' Patrick AFB, _Florida.

e i luncheon Wednesday eral Hospital and In Good Samaritan He is a member of the Methodist motors to make noises *o loud nurie.
) hit talk, Bundy told of the Hospital. Church, and also a memo "Bud's" advance guard urged and so unnecessary as >to be a Crowds overflow
Dickinson supporter to Join Also in Anchorage were Julie
en of football basketball. Ha is feeling fine, but a bit ber of the Elks Cub and R4wanin nuisance.: They were warned to Clewiston gets
in the and Susan Johnson
reception at the airport young
Vbali and track this year weak from the bout with pneumonia Club Install muffler and to cease being churches for
the motorcade daughters of Harry P. Johnson
throughout Clew ,
how a nuisance with their moter-
a .
physical fitness and Its
had proi complication. In the past he ha held the Uton and on to Moor Haven it cycles. who are with their mother and Easter '
played aa topoftaal His daughter Mrs. Judson office of Constable and feel possible. stepfather another trooperA services
In developing CtewMM' Francis of Fort Myers is staying he i III qualified by this expert- Their second offense was a
"tiel with him for several days. ence to serve in the office If more serious one, said Counselor Perhaps the first new from second Trooper is being assigned Sunrise Beginning Service with the Easter
Alaska Itself came from Captand dewiaton residents I
elected. Jim Wright They were to tile dewiiton area by filled local
Mrs. Frank Harben In churches to
Goodyear blimp brought In from "dragging" on the Florida Highway Patrol in
tigers ride Ventura Avenue a through" Fairbanks They talked to their addition. to Trooper Dave Tonv. overflowing hear the capacity Sunday to j
4gametinning mothers Mrs. J. M. Fountain retelling of "The Lord
street in the residence section
John Brown breaks soars overhead of Clewlaton. and Mrs George Espenlaub on present liMon, position.who remain in his is risen." I

Saturday. Fairbanks is approximately Over 200 were present for the
collarbone in fall dewlstoa relsdents had a fine "What many of these youngters 300 mites! north of Anchorage Lewis Tydlngs, of Miami, arrived Sunrise Service held on the
streak look at the big Goodyear blimp do not realize," said Dr. ; the Harben reported this week and U riding Herbert Hoover Dike which was I
John Brown, son of Mr. and Friday. Th familiar blimp Wright "is that under the new they felt ttie movement and with Tomllnaon for a few day sponsored by the Ministerial
Mrs. G. H. Brown, sustained a was In an unfamiliar location law U they are caught operating heard the cracking noises of to acquaint! himself with the Association. Pastors taking part
broken right collarbone in a call as It came to the air. above a motor vehicle without a highways; he win patroL He will
dewijton the earth during the quake, but included Rev. Joe Coleman
i stands Tiger baseball pulled in the second inning sit-( from a high" bar on the physical Clewiston and circled the cityowersl license or while itheir license is had no real damage. begin hit regular duties Mar Church of God; Father. Clark
6-J
overall lor the er loading the bases with walks. times at low altitudes.It .
last weekend. HIs ., ,
C baseball fitness course suspended they will get a mandatory day. Dorman, St Martin's Episcopal
F ently aeason and Is Bruce Taylor, a transfer student wearing his right arm in a came from the east and Jail sentence of 10 days. Eric Thomas now on Air Tydlngs is original from In- Church; Rev. H. H. Ford Com
nursing a four lime from Bell Glade relievedLstil"firing' the bone .returned In direction. ,Th Force duty in the. Aleutians. '
pn itreak. ling to help injured a eoutheasterly. court will have no alternative dlanapalis.) His experience: includes munity Presbyterian Church: -
in the fifth inning phoned his wife, Dorothy, and or.
th knit together again. : dm the John H.
eight Army ) Pentecostal
the win years Taylor, :
over Frostproof. and be was relieved byBubba 1 their children Saturday night
I 'Tigers took a double head- Schneider who fliushed out the and two years in the Dade County Holiness Church; Rev. Vic Turner
man Sheriffs deportment HI Haven Baptist Church:
Arcadia has Saturday' 'excellentrelief
game. It was another
*vans, W and W; and amt stint by Schneider. administrators' Ills family consists of his wife and Rev. James Kfenbrel' Clew
e Placid: home on the abort Mike ,Mi"V(, Mandy' Mar Hospital met Friday and four children Barmy, 7ft, titan Assembly of God.

of the stick Tuesday after-; reD; Olden snd'AI'Matell"h L, Kelly I, Beverly, Sft and Two special numbers were
*> !here 8-3. safely in the first,gart*; Wittt.Mazzlna. Bryan, 6 month given by the Sugariand Singers ..
she Olden Olden/ A. Marreu.. Members of the East Central 'cott,' Okeechobe; Hal' Gainer BCLHC. Orlando; Robert O. pits Authority; and Mr. In his pare time this week pen'Ibe Gate of The Temple"
i "-run pitched no- Jimmy Bible and BIB Farm Florida Hospital, Council were Miami representative- of Blue Bruce Punt Coda; GeorgeWelgand Joanne Stiles secretary.Members the officer i* searching for a and "Al ehdls! Christ Is Rls-
in
r fame game the five Isaie+ ia .nlght-cap. guesU of Mrs.\ Anna Mae Jone Cross; Guy Cromwell and Carl and Quo B. Williams, of the Hospital Auxiliary three bad room unfurnished en." The group Is conducted by
C marred Saturday, the game.. .hitting ; Jb and Hendry Hospital at Stranberg, Stuart; J. F. Sun- Sanford; Donald Boehme, Winter assisted with guest registration homer Dr. I* G. Vaughan Jr.

lib 111 the by an error for came-Arcadia C 00-9 a district meeting held at the rods Pahokee; E. T. Saunder, Garden and Mrs. Jones of and conducting the
top 01 the fifth Clewiston Inn Friday. Belle Clad; Harold E. ,Wettel. Clewiston. Other guest at the tour Th visiting hospital officials J
Mlkhlett DJz.. Clewlakn2O1:: ',h-4' extended to th Lake Worth John H. luncheon Dan McCarthy also visited General Teach children 2-4-D
runner on us '......* game- Hospitality ; were Hendry your Vegetable !
the Arcadia 020 010 0-4 guests and tbelr xamfile! included Rauch vie president of the member Hendry County; Hos- during their lewi.ton stay.
lecond game, Bill car foes at the
was ineffective,. 'Clewiston __.i.,-, 110 110 .*-8 free greens traffic safety
mad wee dub a tour
dewiston Country ; is
Against Lake Fluid Al Worrell ; damage topic
and Brun'Taylor 'got two "of dewiston and Everglade u

hill killed hits apiece and Olden and SteveSchneider Tropic Gardens where' Mr. r Vegetable producer and can
and Jir>. C. J. Gontermaa presented w
one each coupled: l KEEP growers will meet at Sugarland
each guest with aa orchid EIOMI
with "sloppy" fielding by Like Auditorium at 4 o'clock: this afternoon
3eneath Placid sent the Dragon home cartage; a tour of the Beu 'I (Thursday) to discus:
Haw completed: I
truck in defeat Owbton apse, did not<< Glade Sugar y complaints of Z-4-D damage to i
Jor the visitors.
Yu ightseeing
take- full advantage of It* watermelons and tomatoes
a B X"'th 1'Se1dI. the jy breaks having the baee loaded The hospital administrator business ,Hendry County Agent Ted .

SaIllU halt old son of :Mr.'aDII la th* first two inning with ODe 'enjoyed an which excellent was attended s Gallo has notified all known ,
Mrlenkn was killed out and cot only one run each program 4, growers In the area and ask
hospital
a ntly he .... struck Inning. The came situation applied by many outstanding attend- Wee attendance due to the 1m-
those
officials. Among
taollns
truck QD EI Paso in die fifth Inning. waiA. portanca of the problem to>> be
Rile
111 front tang were Fred Masah s. Fort ,
of dismissed.
bps
hoax BUy Lewlm'i farmer clear
11DorairJc. Pierce: J. J. Anderson Jr.& s.1"
thUd. istoa student wes the victim of Vero -III: GUI Blatton Rock-, a >

truck, had lather.parked driver"cf Hut Tiger win. ledge;. Ralph Grothous. Chl4( .. Chamber Commerce
It Ja 1M Late Placid : 102 000 0Sdewiaton :: >
.... ClIO who was the d1nDe1'er *peaa ; .

t IIIsIde IIIomClltariJ.y the trailer wblJe be _." 111 11* *-- ; John Russo New Smyrna ___ _nn._____ __ ..C...A.ifik..h ____ _----- ,------ ---_._-- PaQar o aQ directors meet
&. bome for The, Tigar will play Fort Beach; Mrs., Ella 6hlmcrrTHusville -

5 were Meade her Friday afternoon atSugarland ; Robert T. Besser, Sanford -' 'Bo o m. GCE8TS AT THE' EAST CEWTKAL tHaI CMMO; Ralph. Grcthew. epe...... Asabtsal The' monthly meeting of the is
bo 1Imea.. 'tI) Park beginning at ; Harry Dudley DeLand; FtorUa BespMal CeaaeH meeting held Director Mlehlgu Catt-fiadhig Ir- of Clewiston director of
the cbIJd 1DcI1it '4:00: pjn. according to' Coach John J. Oec.-TltusvJlle; C. at the Clewkts* ba Friday helm.*.. Mt t* gras br HespMalsi Mrs. Aaaa Ms ,Jaaes.dmtebtrattr City Commerce win be held at the
01 had sped tok Emla Hffl. Al Morrefl is *cb d- B. Wiaington! ; D. T. Houtz. Untversity Glades Restaurant PIt Boom
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or right Jets Cor. .. *k* ehafavM ef the Bedry General Hospital heats
1Indrneau. 8Ie clad of Florida; Mrs. Katheryn next Tuesday April, 7, at noon.
to pitch, In an effort to
BMpltal Aataerltri Behest and Jack Jr. Direeter Fla.
neadrr Ceaaty Meaaasa. Hespl-
The'Was IIa& TWbto. redeem ida previou los* to Sherman and R. W. Shertnan. Police Department AH member ar* welcome to
T. Bessersr, president East conical Fla.E- tal AM4claO. TAFr PHOTO
e orb them on their borne field. ,dermccfc. Booth! ChO- a eD4.egisteration .



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in the Navy. Upon rate remained unchanged at 9.8 Ino6ths,
assignments
Page Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, fla. the punch when he operator TEN YEARS AGO the they deaths per 1,000 population cunpiJed accordw 'k" p
2, 1964 answered bewildered I sat to (From Clewlston News completing : program by
Thursday April
1q
schools tote< 5
e Sonny SezBe listen to the continuing results April 1, 1954)) are assigned! to service Preliminary figures show 3,- director boas
to
a
training or
The lady gave the pertinent information This date was Important In for technical 207 Infant deaths among residents During
THE CLEWISTON NEWS and about that time dewtoton history because for ships and stations for on-the-Job In 1963, a decline ot 77 28, 1963 the )'ear tIIdbr
In the issue training a Navy; rating spec PtII'chaaea II
kind to "Easter another operator came in and the first time photos compared with 1962. count) 1
your
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston., Friends! she gave the same information bore the cutline-STAJT! lamb. for Uw amounted to 127.-
I Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc.. a Florida Corporation A Clewlston resident culled to betthe first operator PHOTO. Since that time each Naval training produces the There were 43,111 marriages This is llext 12
in by supplying] in 1963 according to preliminary 811 lncren. ,
chimed In and said has contained picture power eapower ( .
issue : .
i Entered at Second Class Matter February I, 1927, at the and asked that a small ;yarn you gave he cent
Post Office In Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of, be written relative ito Easter that call to me for the taken by members of the newspaper qualified personnel to man figures against: 41,504 la
a March 3, 1879. pets given to the ktdos. In relating next couple of minutes the two staff. These pictures: were chips, planes, and shore stations 1962. Divorces and annulments The abate elrpe
Howard and of today's; Navy.Rogers ; Increased from 22,178 In 1962 to
the story, the noted that operators chatted back and of Principal Bishop creaae CJl U per
[NATiONAt 1DITQRIAI last ;year' while fishing on the forth as to how they got con- John Purdue, .as outgoing and 22,893 last; year.Savings the same pewSugarland 0tIIt ,

JI pRID4 A iS C Tl3NA levee near the locks, a nice netted together and I was incoming presidents of the Hen- suggests
4 looking automobile from Miami the silent fourth party on a dry County Health and Tuberculosis Bondpurchases -
drove and stopped nearby "private line." Association; of 6-year- -
up Franklin
Ito honor to
-aa- old Larry Snider, recovering
The driver emerged, neatly PharjPIZZA
: huhmMlrval y Subscription Bates f 4.00 per ;year go up
The Sunrise service Sunday from a polio attack, presenting
1 dressed, and deposited a white Congressman Paul G. Rogers
i 0
0 (Return Postage Guaranteed) was moat enjoyable and the the 112.18 contents of bis piggy
duck In the canal and a while has introduced Into the U. S. Purchases of U. S. Saving
BERYL Publisher crowd was about twice the anticipated bank to Parker Wilson, exalted
cigllON BOWDEN and bill
rooster the levee
on prepared House of Representatives a Bonds on E and H cries have
size This no doubt ruler of ithe Elks, for the Crippled
STALl Editor leave with < !
S. H. Managing to two crying which would name a navigation increased for the 12 month
Telephone: business and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 youngsters In the back seat was contributed to by the active Children's Fund. lock and water canal after longtime period ending February 29 this YU 24311
Advertising Bates on application. The management reaervesthe The local "resident" strolled participation of several Jennings Ezelle celebrated Florida resident W. P. over the previous twelve
groups in Clewlston. and the his 13th blithday and Kenneth year
right! to reject any objectional advertisement! up to the car and struck up a ; Franklin of Fort Myers.In .
THE/ NEWS: muraee no reipondbllltjr tor the return of uaoliolteil conversation to satisfy her cur service WM most enjoyable.: Perez his: first Mrs Charles doing, Rogers said that --_ -
mknuMrlpU or photograph With the exception of three Owens was elected president of so -
More
lostty to the proceeding events.It Ship -
rest
THK NSW assumes no ftnanclal I reepomlbllltr for typorr "This long time pioneer Spend Less
phlc l error or commluloni In advertleemeiit but ,It notified seems the family from the or toot fishing boots who were Beta Slim Phi. Ed Frterson of the Fort Myers area has
of such error before the next luuo of 'which will reprint correct city were on vacation and the restless to get at U there was was recuperating from Injuries dent Your Dollars Go
!r tint part of the adrertlMment In the error ocourr d. given much of his time and
In the events lime elemont would render the correction ..aluaI. parents decided to turn the only one majo r Interruption received In an automobile accident the promotion of t eState Farther
..., the Newe will reduce the price ot the advertisement by an. Easter pets over to the element and that was he shuffling of an energy to on Rea Express
equal to the percentage of the total apace M the erroneous of Florida through continuous
amount
or omitted oop represented."The *. air boat a short distance which The city established a playground efforts to secure development Phone YU 2-2141 For Pick up & Delivery sent
required the boat to be spun in Sugarland Park. ,
They had not considered the of extensive 'water
around several time in the
Nearby motel owner complained
small chance of survival for control works
and water
canal with the motor roving! way
up about late noises at the
the pets from gators, wildcats, and around the state
main is to etc. and had driven rather last Yam, a drive-in on the highway through SPRING
thing try"The by numerous at large." AIR
"Nex
) farms where similar ant year"'it probably 'would Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Riley returned -
not be kosher to close he locks Franklin was a part of the
Md. after
to Hagertown, ,
President's message on poverty proposes a con mals were raised. The Clewls for a portion of the hour, but spending the winter season at initial effort which secured seems to odd new lift, a quid. lit

crete expression of that "compassionate" government he should ton Mrs not convinced be turned
quietly called for in Sunday's broadcast Interview. will and she cave ithem to a boat could get It hung up in the Okeecbobee.. Waterway and the ttr. Nature blossoms forth 'from A
We do not favor all of the already pending legislation farmer. ]locks, with motor trouble for that. hurricane protective levees that appeared dead .
Mr. Johnson tied to the coattails of his Economic Opportu- period of Rotarians score around Lake Okeechobee. Muchof
time.a.
She urged that parents be considerate the work he pioneered contributed
nity Act of 1964. Congress will have to be discriminating and find borne for Spring Is a Irue-fo-life example of'Co
a
the rapid economic
Attended 99.07 attendance to
In its choice of means to the end the President emblazonedwith a Cub Scout function If
promise we
pets, rather than dropping them accept Him
Monday night and was development of the state Rogers ...
his own brand of eloquence.But out on the road to fend for
Clewlston Rotarians recently felt this certainly is a deserving
he has done the nation a service by reminding the themselves. pleasantly number surprised of parents at the and active recorded 99.07 per cent attendance tribute to one of Flori ". e.. BehoW, I matte oil// things taw?

affluent society of the poverty In its midst-and especiallythe -erIn Scooters present The alarming In the three month period da's truly outstanding citizens. .. -&:I"e w I will give unto him 'that ti athist 0I;.

far-reaching meaning for the young. We urge supportof -- -- part is that there are numerous ending with the March 23 meet fountain of' ,the wafer of lit/ fWr"Revelation,
his new program "because," In his words, "it Is right, because other youngsters seeking Scouting ing. President Carl Hornsby announced
It is wise." but have been turned away this record to members Birth rate is 21 j".

Indeed the initial cost of $970,000,000 1 percent of the because of lack of adult super- attending! the luncheon meeting Community Presbyterian Church

national budget-is modest in view of such estimates as vision-Den Mothers Two of Monday still going downThe 407 Royal Palm Avenue

that of the National Policy Committee on Pockets of Pov- the original seven dens have The local club has been in a HENRY HORRELL FORD, Minister
erty, which is reported to advocate an expenditure of $10- been dropped not for at- three-way contest with Rotarians State Board of Health today 9:45 A.M. Bible School '::00 P.M. Youth rtDoq
In Belle Glade and Pahokee. reported that Florida'sdeaths 11:00: A.M. Worship
000,000,000 a year for five years. tendance of youngsters but because
e The President realizes the program will not eradicate of NO SUPERVISION. The losing club is to entertain marriages and divorces SERMON SUBJECT
Certainly there must be few the winners and .their wives at Increased from 1962 to 1963; "The Depths of God"
poverty but "show the way" His war is not "a struggle a dinner that births and infant deaths de-
a party.
simply to support people, to make them dependent on the adult ladles in dewistna who Clewlston Rotarians, under the creased.<

generosity of others," but "a struggle to give people a could donate ais little as an hour leadership> of contest chairman Oliver H. Boorde, director of
a week to work with these boys.
chance. The rewards: will be rich John Stilt, made a valiant effort the Division of Public Health
If vigorously and efficiently administered-and the with the to remain on top with their Statistics, said also!: that the
accomplishments of the
record of the proposed director Sargent Shrlver, with the lads. If have time and attendance during; this period state's population was estimatedat

Peace Corps is hopeful in this respect the program could serve contact you A. C. Ellison, Jim can and came up with 99.07 per cent 5.639,000 as of July 1, 1963. HospitalizationInsurance

strike, as the President said, "at the causes, not just the Brannan or Mr. Hunt at theE1ement.ary Although: official reports from "131, means the state has
consequences of poverty." School. the other two clubs have not grown at a rate of approximately
Such Intensions should disarm criticism by those who ; been received, the local members 17.630 persons a month since for the

claim a man's poverty is his own fault In some cases are not planning on payingfor the 1960 U. S. census when the

: doubtless this is true, but recent studies have shown all their\ supper when me three population was 4,951.560," he

\, sorts of "poverty-linked" characteristics that cannot fairly clubs meet for the winner's din- said over 65 age groupA
be I It's History Now I ner. Boorde said the state's birthrate
charged lack
: to of ambition order that the "old look"may has continued to decline

.....'.1 I For this reason the' President properly encourages local be preserved In someone's since a peak of 24.T births per special enrollment has been open
:I plans and initiatives in defining and handling problems memories, I offer this pictureof THIRTY TEAKS AGO Fair, fair guidesto 1,000 population! in 1956-an 18

too diverse to be solved by federal dictates. And he asks "before and after" the cleanIng (from Clewlston N.j wi, per cent drop in the last seven for a limited time in Florida See us Ell

for new cooperation among labor, business, and private in- of the hospital roof. Isn't March 30, 1954* see ClewistonA ;years. There were an estimated
.
It pretty
dividuals. 114,641 births last year against details.
Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis busload of lovely FloridaWorld' 115248 In 1962 and 80,087 In
Most importantly, he focuses on theyoung. With I If announced
200,000 unemployed between the ages of 16 and 24, the ',, How ,soften have ,you.chatted that her new theater Fair guides will be inCl.wl 1953-4. decade ago. I
the {ton for a brief visit Sat
on and have
phone someone will be named the "MxVOys- Preliminary
measures to deal with death figures
hundreds
,\ young people cannot be called some of thousands of say, ";)'01& have a private -line, tal" la recognition of the sugar urday morning on their get- snow 55,543, persons died in 1963 Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agenc
extravagant But
it is prob- don't ;you?" Industry, acquainted tour of the state against
52,839 In
ably preferable to try such imaginative projects In a comparatively Well, last week I was attempt- Excavation of an Indian which they will Introduce to 1962 but the I

small way to see how well they work. The main .dog to put a call in to LaBelle mound near Belle Glade;where millions of visitors at the Fair I
thing-particularly at this time in history, when the world and Just happened to dial at the several strata of Indian civilizations In New York.
In watching to see whether the clock of democracy is run same time as a local mother had been discovered, The girls and their chaper-
ning down is to try.-Christian Science Monitor. calling WPB. She beat me toJ was halted by the Civil :Works ones will be given a briefing of
Administration. the Clewiston area during a

Mr. and Mn. Norman Wheelerof short rest atop at the Clewiston CARL
Tampa visited her brother- Inn where they will be served
!in-law co fee, fruit juice and pastries
and sister, Mr. and\ .Mrs.
David A. The Florida Development Com
l I Miss Jane McGeachy Sands entertainedwith mission Is arranging their tour I HORNsmrCandidate

-J '; a shower for Mrs* Glen and has a very Light schedule v
,. Etherton, set up for them
; a recent bride.
A.
man ought to Miss OTa Jacobsen visited At their request they will be
yet her father, P. M. Jacobsen In taken on a ride through a small r '
Tampa for several days. portion of Sugarland Ranch, although ;! for

... what lIe The Clewlston town baseball it is not expected they
: pays /01. team was composed of Cruse, will have time for a bus stop

l" Hendry WhIdden, Hawkins B. there. : Superintendentof
Nail, Avant, Campbell and Several Chamber of Commerce -
I Woodward. wives are busy this week
making corsages of Individual
sugar envelopes and each of the
i It doesn't make TWENTY TTEARS AGO guides will receive a corsage Public
It. good sense for to the
\ you pay price of a Chrysler (From Gewlston News along with some printed literature

; ...and end up with a Chevy. Or a Ford. Or a loaded compact car. Our March SI. 1933) advantages extolling of the attractions the Clewlston and


'; Chrysler prices start as low as the tags you'll find on some of these. Congress Dwight, Rogers visited,Clewlston candidate and for area. : InstructionBELIEVES

And for this little addressed the local Kiwanis -t
1'
money a husky
you get You
grown-up Chrysler. Club, during his visit Boys in Service

.1 get big car pride. Big car ride. Backed by 40 years of engineering The Clewlston Red Cross chap

f leadership. We don't sell small-size let reached Its foal' of $ ,.soo ALBANY. Ca. (FHTNC) IN
versions In
Chrysler We're big car a month long campaign Marine Corporal David B.
l
men. And proud of itl! Stop in. Size all 3 Humber Oil Co. announced Smoak. son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
: up of our great Chrysler plans to drill a third Florid O. Campbell of 841 Fernwood 1. Positive

series: Economical Newport. Sports-bred 300. Luxurious New well.at Suanlland It has one producing well Drive Oewiston, Fla., reported Professional Leadership
and Is
I drilling; a March 12 tar duty at the Marine

Yorker We'll show you how easy it is to get what you pay for. second county.; test well In Western Dade Corps Supply Center, Albany,
Ca. 2.
I Careful
I CIDAA The state War Finance Committee He has been assigned! to duty planning & definite goals
presented a war service with Headquarters
Certificate to "The People of Company.
Materiel
Batallion.
,: : : Hendry government; County"In for the support success ofthe 3. Quality education for all youth

fill financing of World War II. GREAT LAKES,DL (FHTNC)
With no Joseph A. Johnson, 19, grandson
opposing candidate la 4.
I the primary Elbert 1. Stewart of Mrs B. S. Nelll of 413 A constant appraisal & updating of curricula

/ for representative; R. N. Miller West Crescent Drive Oewiston,
for tax collector; John U Hall Fla, recently completed basic
for' supervisor of registration training at the Naval Training 5. Well
Center, Great qualified expert
were declared party nominees. Lakes. Its teachers with successful
The nlne- Miss HUH Arnette and W. training to-
Frank Martin were married by eludes naval orientation, history; ence

Judge J. M. case In Iluore and organisation, seamanship, ,. -.
Haven. ordnance and gunnery, mIlItII'J'drI1l. fSfc


\ ; f JIOJHlPfO Chrysler tJ4 receive During, !first tests the aid training and end. survival.interviews recruits 6. Good salaries, high morale, cooperative frierf


1i. ; H1i1lB flI JJBN IHHJlJJlNElOBBOlUlOOD 11110 J lB J1'msJ? Did You Know? which determine their future ly relationships among school personnel.


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Creech. 221, ISll; Younge log this! year in order to provide making conditions unhealthy and Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page<< Three

soft-ball Creech. 243. 522; Sidney SmIth a safer and1th1er facility very unsantltary. Thursday, April 2; 1984 r
en's league 214 511; Jim Williams, 209, for patrons to use and en. Two guards will be on dutyat ,

517. Joy. The wading pool will! be all times; the only exception with U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary

fenced off so( the little! tots cannot being at night when very Boatacade opensreservations patrol escorting the boata
Ladies of Lake get over to\ the big pool and few bathers use the pool. cede and doctor and mechanic .

Sport Shop .....?.....?_. 80 36 lo an area will be designatedfor Season panes will be c l er- accompanying. The cruise Is I

Old South ................ 69V4 46Vi spectators, to keep them off ed this! year for Individuals or the full length of F1 r1da'' ecen- !
nderway Monday night U. S. S. C. ............. 7H 4m the pool deck. It's against the for families. ic tropical crwMtate waterway,

Canebrake .....,......,., 524 63Vs Florida State Board of Health Everyone Is urged to come -up the St. Lucie River, around I.

Baldree's ...........,.... S2V* 6314 regulations to allow street and enjoy 'the pool as much as for May cruise big Lake Okeechobee and down "I
slow pitch softball Wilson Lumber .._.. 49 67 shoes around the deck of a possible but always keep one the Caloosahatdiee River. Eve". F,,

,:.sponsoredby men' the Cew.. Parkinson's ............ 47 69 public swimlng facility: shoes thought In mind "safety cry type of Florida scenery Including t
Department will Hare Lumber ... ... 46 70 bring! in germs of all type; first" Reservation for the Okeecho.bee big cattle ranches, dt-: '

Recreation c Monday night a* t" ... .1. .4 nih Series Waterway Association crow rue grove, Jungle swamps, and t
Underway Sp rrlrlw t I. state boatacade,, May 15-18-17, r '
the beautiful scenic Ca1oo ahu.
the city; park according vI U .(l'ocd1 sot hdcp. are being made now with Howard s
at Carruther". director. Winnie! / Plank ............. 471 579 track secondin chce valley, will be seen In a I
Tiger team places Banta. executive director,
parly 100 men have signed Wanda Spurting ......... ...._ 570 Box 1235. Fort Myers. ale," beautiful), conducted f !'
tile five team league Louisa DeArmas .._. 449 557 cruise l
for Banta has sent out Info ma- A special committee has been
continue until midi Polly McLendon .._... 439 l
h will! Hlfh Game in LaBelleIn Oon on the boetacado plans to named by the Ctewiston Chamber .
meet
J
5-way Thursday
Ryder Truck Ronald! Hare, son's vs. Ryder Truck; Glades scr. bdcp. all previous boatacaderi and of Commerce to make arrangement i

Jack Reddish, Ed Cook, Bob Me- Gas vs. Corbin's. Wanda Spoiling ...?.. 179 220 members of OWA, and for posting lor facilities and i i I

Team rosters Colley, Sklppy Cothern, Don Monday May 18-Corbln' vs. Winnie Plank ........__.. 187 -., their second outing of the and Mazzlna placed second and In various locations. entertainment of the visitors on L a

any Gerald White, Style, Jerry Belts, Bob Hare, Thrifty; Ryder Truck vs. Glades: Ida Rogers ............_. ...... 213 year CHS' track team finisheda third in the 100 yard dash with The boatacade which will the boatacade. 9

Ciddens: BlJly Durance, Dean Congletan. Gas. Leona White ._........_... 166 208 close second to North Fort time of 10.4 and 105 I seconds; leave Stuart Saturday morning The Elk Lodge baa agreedto .
n Ricky, Henry Whitney, Thursday, May 21 Park. Myers In J-clty track meet Gaynam Rackstraw finished May It, will' make an overnight take charge ot the dinner. At k< :

Knedler, John Masters Schedule Inson's vs. Glades Gas; Thrifty Happy XIII league held in LaBelle Thursday. Other fifth In the mile run with 6 atop at C1 wJs1Dn.! Banta says the request of the boaitacadera, I
the entertainment at the kick. the traditional dewiiton barbecue \i
Biount Shorty Ingrain, vs. Ryder Truck. Team Standing teams participating were minutes
Martin- Monday April c-Glades Gas LaBelle. Alva and off banquet at Franca Langford' dinner will be served and ;
Monty
Ridgdffl. Game Time 1st L Everglades.
rii 700 W
pmj: A teem of Doug Rudd, Max- will includ, I
Inn the menu e barbecued
Ken Dickson, Bill Holmes vis. Thrifty: Carbine w. Park. 2nd, 8:30 pjiu Glades! Restaurant .-..58 50 North Fort Myers massed a nina, A. Morrell and Gann Outrigger on Friday .
Catala, CAll'fn on''. total of 88 In first night May 15th, will atart the chicken corn on the cob, o
Joe points taking
am Dean. Rained Postaahnik-Badgett ....... 54 54.
out games will be placed second in the 880 yard and watermelon other '
plus relishes ;
three-day event with
an eveningof
Martin, Chuck Arnold and Thursday, April 9 Ryder played the following Tuesday at Dan's Drag Line Serv. 54 54 in all but three events, which relays; Bo Lindsay, Booker and fun"Picture and foods. .'

siBarton. Truck vs. Parkinson's: Glades the same time of original A & W Root Beer ... 50 58 Clewlston won contributing to Matt Stanton finished 3, 4 and Camping privileges! have been I
their 82 dot thin 143 mile of
Gas vs. Gorbln': schedule Handicap point second place.Alva 5 In the 440 dash and -
unless stated otherwise yard ;
Gas Eddie Crosby. sGame extended the boatacaden for :
des safe,
third channel
was with 33 points, protected deep
Dyal I, Dyvan Dyal, JohnJackson Monday April 13 Corbin'e by the league director.Bowling. Series LaBelle Gann was second in the 180 this one night in the Wayside I j
scored
Ernie Hill. Hank vs. Thrifty; ; Ryder Truck vs. Jenny Hendry ._...?. 232 578 29 points and yard low hurdle with a time along the levee adjacent toWayside I
Bell Sonny Glades Gas.Thursday. Jackie Byrd ._ 214 559 Everglades 22 points. of 23.2; Frankie Robertson was 4-City track r
rets, Yama The Tigers! picked! up four drsmesanet I
Bobbi Swindle ;
( 203 second in 880
the
: yard run; shower ", I I
Davidson, Billy April 15-hrktn. )
Johnny .... places. in the high Jump with
IDea .
;, Jim .Buchanan, Bob son's vs. Glades Gas; Thrifty Uneberger 543 Dennis Gann first, 5'4"; Pat Dickie Campbell, Rudd. May meet scheduledhere are provided by the City; of
Solan Ryder Truck. zinc and Taylor placed second dewiston.Boatacaders. S i
n. QuIncy Westberry, v ScratchGame Baldree, second; Rodney Book-
Series
In the sprint medley and .I
son Ed Perry, Frank Monday April 20 Ryder news Jenny Hendry -_.... 199 er, fourth! and Bruce Taylor, Morrell, Rudd and Belcher finished Saturday who wish hotel ,! '
Doc Weaver. Truck vs. Co ,ln's; Parkinson'sbin'sEd Jackie ...... fifth. CT motel accomodation* are being '
Byrd 175 1, 3 and 4 in the 220 yard The Clewlstoa Recreation i
Texton. Bonnie vs. Thrifty. Lake League Frances Carlin. 18'1JeJIII1' 454 Al Morrell placed second (In dash, the winning time being Department to sponcorlns a advised! to make them direct I
Parrish PatJroy "They April 23 Thrifty Hendry 452 the broad Jump wllb17..1 j Mike 24.7 second. with the managers of these
,
son, Jackie J1mVI.. Glades Gas; Cortln's 1. U. S. S. c.. dewieton, 66; Jackie Byrd 442 Mazzlna and Gann, tied for fooMlty Junior Track Meet hostelries.The t
Williams, VI.
Billy Parkinson's. 2. Froetle, 66; 3. W. T. Grant, third. Thursday Coach Bob Baker'strack her Saturday morning, with May date for the boata- .'
,
Bill ;,
cDuffy, Jimmy Davis. 59; 4. Okeelanta, 58; 1 U. a Booker placed third In! the team will Journey to Immokalee events to get under war cede is a change from the previous '
Chuck Wine, Dick D eor. Monday, April 27 Ryder S. C., Bryant 54; 6. WOWY Pool to openon pole vault; Morrell first In the where they will meet at '::30, according to Woody fall dates, and WM chosen .; s
er Davidson, Franklin Sim- Truck vs. Parkinson's; Corbln'svs. 51; 7. a G. herald 38 1 V&W the Naples track team. The Camtthera director.
; shot putt with 38'6"; and the after these who attended previous ( :
Wayne Wlggens. Joe Sex. Chides Gas. Farms, 39. Apri118th meet Is being held in Immoka-
Tigers failed to place In the Teams representing Clew. boatacade voted for a>
Mark. AddIson Jim Burun. Thursday, April 30 Thrifty High team eet-U. S. S C, Work is underway to get the) discus throw. lee because of construction/ work: latan. Belle Glade, Pahokee. spring! event this year. .l:,
vs. Corbln's; Glades Gas Bryant the Naples track. The
vs. 2558. C S. Mott swimming pool readyto Gann and Baldree placed on and Okeeobobee will parttolpaU Boating! groups and club who 'j 1 :r
Truck. High team team will again Journey to Inv
Ifty AJberto l&orre11.R7der game-WOWY 890. open for the COI'IIInIINIDD, firs and fifth in the 120 yard to the full sale meet did not attend last year said I
,teo Morrell, Arturo M<
Ito! DeArmas, betas Navar- V,. Parkinson's; Ryder Truck 618. A few changes are in the mak time of 17.8 seconds; Morrell with that team track and field eventa. of their own. ..4 I
Arthur Stafford, Pastor Gar- vs. Thrifty. High! Individual game Young .i

Juan Perez, Armando. LlaCrisanto > Thursday. May 7-Corbln's vs. Creach. 243. .w :i
Ryder Truck Perk.iW set and/or 200 game- CAS
: Thrifty
; ; vs.
Arrleta. Manuel So- Jim Brandon 231 551 Leon I
,hrao a a. ;
,Bias Rodriguez, Julio Qua Boykla. 502; Hank Andrei,
! Monday: May 11-Clade Gas SOS; Harry Vaughn 225 :SOT LookwhatFord's'y t j
, Juan Pens, Antonio F. DeLizaro ; ,
vs. Thrifty Parkinson's
, Ibletatorremendla. Corbln's. ; ; vs. Clarence Throop. 200, 525; John !

HIll, 524; Butter 221, 212 418; 4 i I
I CamEo AI rre. 'Thursday May 14-ParHn- Jerry Parsons, 206; Robert : ; ;



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11CH OP JESTS CBsUST msr BAPTIST CHURCH COMMTNTTT PRESBYTEBIAN brewed up one i

Beater Fist 12 E. Veoturt Arenas 47 Rye Palm Aveaw

Paul Strickland. Pastor Rev. Leon M. GabmreO. Henry H. Ford Minister
>M a.m.-Sunday School Interim Pastor 1.45 I
: a.m.-Sunday School I
>W i.m.-Morning C Worship. '::4S a.m-Sunday School. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. ,

laeiday: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 11:00: a.m.-Nursery' in the Parish Open competition Is the tuptrprovbiz -
e pm.-Prayer Mating! ':43
: p.m.-Training Union. House.
mar! : ':00 ground Ford UMS to test Hs I I
P.OL-Evening ServIce; 6.00: p.m.-Westminster feltow.
10 pm.-Youtt Meeting. Wednesday: ship. specialty r modified can and Ks Ideasto )11 1

7:00 p.m Officers and Teach Wednesday the ultimate. Every tim Ford ';r J .f

MMUMTT HNTECOOTAL: era Meeting. 7:30: p.m.' -Cbolr Practice: ,' l'
HOLINESS cmncQSorta '::00 p.M. Midweek Prayer goes to the races-win or Jote-you
'
OewMosie Service. always win.Wo always learn something 1 'r
J. R. <::43 p.mv-Choir Prictice.FttST ST. HARQABETO CHUKCB / <
Taylor Pastor
Rev Larkin that helps us build a .better. i
0 l.m.-Sundy SchooL Connolly .art I
0 t.m.-Morning Worship METHODIST CHURCH' I:00 a.m.-Sunday Mass.. car. In ono weekend wo had two of I* I T'I ''V

S p.m.-Sunday Evangcllstfe 131 W. Oseeea Avenue 7:00: p.nv-Sunday Mass. these "laboratories" running-tho r- .
7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass
Service. Rev. David Denilow, Pastor 7.00 .. haH- npe NASCAR stock car track .
'!'Msday: ':4$ a.m.-Church SchooL .: a.m.-First Friday KI. H '

5 m.-Pryer Servicsj. 11:00: a.m. -Morning Service. 8.00: p.m.-First Wednesday at Bristol,TeniL, lnd the punishing> 4!r f'd" ,.., rtefPLORLyr r
' each month, Catholic R.vv1
5pm.-Youth 37: Service. 8:00: p.m.-Methodlxt JVUowihlp.Youth Ladles'Altar. Soclety. 5.2-mile road coarse at Sebrinf, ; W IIlR .j I

7:30 Fla. Hero are the results
: pm.-Droning Study.
OITHSIDE MISSIONARY Thursday Saturday:

BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Choir! Practice.ST. 9.30: a.m.-Religious Instruo BRISTOL 2SO-MIIC STOCK CAR RACEl

JC) N. Francisco Street Uon.CHCBCH FORDS lit AND 2nd s

Bro. Chester Johnson MABTTN'S CHURCH This tough, tight halt-mile oral revealed anew

Interim PastoramSunday (Eptooopal) OF CHRIST' dimension in Ford V-8 power and under. '
j
II 1' School.'miMorning 207 N. Paollle 3M Booth Central Arenoe scored Ford's superior handling as Fred I

' Worship.'pm.sra Rev. Cark H. Dorman. Vicar J. J. Sullivan, Minister Lorenzen partied the checkered fag Dine seconds
Sunday Services: lurafootttf fort lundlmi WM l ttf area on tut Brtiiol lulf mil*ant
1 Sunday: ahead of Fireball Robert's charging
m.-Evenlng Worship 7:30: a.m.-Early Euchrlt! 10:00 Bible) School
iMday: : a.m.- Galaxie and a full lap ahead of the third
1 10:30: .m.-FamlIy Service and 11:00: a.m.-Worship. ,
place Plymouth. '
Pm.-Prayer
Service. Church SchooL 7:00: p.m.-Worship.(

CHURCH- Saints and Holy- Day ai an Wednesday: SORING 124IOUR ENDURANCE RACE: .

12 South OP GOD nounced. 7:30: pm.-Midweek devotions FOR-POwuED COBRAS Sat,tad AND fed I ,
Paelfle A. ese Confessions by appointment. and Bible Study. CATEGORY (
IN GRAND TOURING t
Rev joe Coleman_ C_ I
1 .m.-! School, Through 12 endless hours these I incredible 4
HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH t
I *.m.-way Service. CHTKCn OF JESUS CBBBT little: V-8's ground down the world's finest r
HIchway 721
I P.m.-Evenin Worship. APOSTOLIC FARM road can. They broke six years of Ferrari
Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor
>esdar: Swath Clewbtoa domination by outrunning and outlasting

''Pn.Pnyer Service. 11:00 9:43: a.m.-&JDday School Worship. Bro. Luther Dixon Pastor. every CM of the famous Italian GT prodnoa 't '
: a.m.-Morning
1>11: 1:45: p.m.-Traln1nl Union. 10:00: s.m.-Sundsy School tion ears. At the 10 p.m. finish only three c i" I

PYounj Peopl! Endeaver. 8.00: p.m.-Evening Worship. 11:00: a.m.-Preaching. special proMvP entries wen still ahead of '": ,, "' -a-

Wednesday: Tuesday: the flying Cobras-and there wen tan Cobra ,

n CBKBTIAN- 1.00: p.nu-Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p.flk-Prayer Meeting. fall* top ten. H,
CHURCH Friday
=
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rill Barlrluct Adiiaisr 7:30: p.m.-Young People's SEEING STOCK CAR MCEl
J. Goodrich, CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF Me. eting. \ 3rd CORTINA
I Mlnitte fat, FORD; 24 FALCON; ,

I nx-Bihle 1.' School GOD Run the day I before Sibling's big one, this
Communion and US Sooth Frsadsea Street _
international stock
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 250-knometer eonUst for
Worship Service James r. Klmbrcl Pastor
of Ford's totalwrfwmancft
9'O"' Communion! Berth Clewbton can proved tie total amps
and Sunday
WorshIp Rev. Herb Hlgdon. Pastor ,Tb sty Bit bad just onaUgCalaaa (
Swvfc. 10:00 .m-Sunday School.
esdar: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School on* compact) lalcon three EneOsh
P.m. -Bible 11:00: .m.-Worshlp Service Ford-fine Cortina GTt,and the1 finished J Jost
Study 11:00: a-HL Oildrtn'i Church.
7:00: p.nu-Baptist Training I I L fM,.",., pore CoIn tilt Ii'rkary ore aeen5...ad tilt wofId pcIInt aeon
that .
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7:30: p.nu-Evangelistic Service my
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Union. _.... -
JJOVAII WfTYEBgEM Wednesday: 4 I Tsa, the total ptrfaTBsncf laboratories '\" 1I .\
:om Hallti7 W. EI Paso 7:43: p.nv-Chrlrt's Ambaisad 8.00: p.m.-Worship Serried.Tuesdays ; sa fafl b bins i wetk nd,applying ths add I '. !

R. on. HTThursday .. I test of open competition to oar an sad so- ''I> .. A I
dr p.mrBiotherbood.Wednadayr /
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1:00
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Btady; : {tosi. Web aonrineed-aad tea f II
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7:30 pmPrayer. aD4Stud7. Bible -siiflbtt way : JJf ,"""""''r.

!slay'IdAr L>\I4s Study 1:00: p.m Thursday 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer t....g.ee.bite.taaC AB ya 4n to do to I .... ''a, '.

Ministry School, 7:30. Friday: '::00 p.m.-Cbolr Pr ctlea.,, .....yoonstf to to drop b at your ItedCsahr's
1Ice Meetinc .:00 p.nx-Royal Bangers for ) mt take a till drift: bsT got can r
1:30 ;
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Mr and Mrs. Gene Kecbler] when born on &a
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Pale Four TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, 11a. Exemplar chapterin I time spend in aome serving of the my retirement state in anonpaying were guests of hIs slater and He rib Hendry!lamed CeEger

Thursday, April 2. 1924d Job." brother-in4aw. Mr. and Mr*. I.e"Ji,
civic program"Our Mike Vettori itch week.BIRTHS. Mr and Mn Eutl:1o: !
rera are the parents 8r,
Civil Responsibilities." 'r ter Oralia. f a c1a hA
: who
with special emphasis on accepting POIIf\Ib: at her Wrth welhe4.! .
our responsibility to 29 at 011
I d NEI vote, was discussed by Fred Mr, and Mn. Jack White 1012 Ho peal. lIendry ee..t.

Sikes, a Clewlaton city commissioner Indlantown Road, Stuart, Fla.,
at a meeting: of Xl Delta announce the birth of a daughter -
Pi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in Good Samaritan Hospital,
held Wednesday evening at the West Palm Beach, on Monday,
home of Mrs. Abner Vann. r March 23rd. The baby weighedsix 0 vy 1
McDuffie-Ingram Booker-Yon According to Mr. Sikes there mmmMr. 1 ; and one-half pounds and
plans told are three groups of citizens- _" has been named Leslie Colleen.
Mn. Barbara Nell Holmes In are those who get things done, those :Mrs White. is the former Betty Patent admitted

I : gram and Henry McDulfle were Miss Sue Booker has announced who stand by and watch things and Mn. :Martin IL Peers Ham and the couple: has two Newton> John F CoUoo, BIc .
married In LaBelle on Wednesday plans for her approaching being done, and those who and daughter Suzanne were in other children, both boy*. cad' : Green, R &j Lucke1.114
March 18th. Judge Broward wedding to Raymond know nothing about what Is being LaBelle Sunday to attend the vii Co Keen Sr
N. Parsons officiated at the Yon. The date. chosen .is April done. He said that to escape funeral services for Mrs. Peers' Mr. end Mrs. Jlmmie Newton on.tyadalBotwa.qg(*

ceremony. 10; the wedding will take placein our civic responsibilities aunt, Mrs. Vera H. Helms, r 1 are the parents of a daughter, by Jumper Alvin Bishop
I Mr and Mri. McDiiffie are re- St. Margaret's Catholic to our nation, state and community teacher in LaBelle school Pamela, born Wednesday, the L. Schnatz, Martha gc
I siding in Fort Myers.Observes Church. is to gradually lose our Misses Barbara Francisco March 25, at Hendry General Monaon. Louis Osceola Hi_.

No !invitations are being freedom. and Geraldine Amon spent Easter HospitaL The baby weighed Gray, Aurora Herrera 7. ?
birthday mailed and all friends of the During the business meeting weekend visiting kt Cocoa eight pounds: three ounces. Messer, Jo Anne Crania I
young couple ere cordially invited election of officers for the coming Beach. Easton Chambers Theme {

with hamburger fry to the ceremony and to year was held. Those elected Mr. and Mr*. A. M. (Red) Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Frank rts, Earl crogglns AJIWlII! c-
of Mrs. W. O. Perry president the birth of a girl, I.
the reception at the home were: Smith are leaving today for announce Ton, Rachel Bowers,P.oalfaa,
Donna Stalls, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George: A. Yon, ; Mrs. John Drake, vice their home In Akron OhIo, after Curios, weighing eight pounds, a*.
end Mrs. S. H. Stalls, celebratedher 154 Avenida del Rio president; Mrs. Hater Lowe, a winter stay in Cew1 ton. et Hendry General Hospital on Patients remaining
tenth birthday with a ham recording secretary; Mrs. Douglas Mr. and Mrs. John Barton March 25th. Oarri, Earl Scroggim-TW!
li-4 Afl
burger fry at her home Monday Hendry housewifeis Ellis Mrs., corresponding Vann, !extension secretary and children of Klsslmmee visited Mr. and Mr*. Francis Osceola LaFon, Lyndall Basweu
afternoon ; his mother, Mn. J. R .
Jackson ; are the parents, of ft: girl, who Egley. Albert Spears. BjZ
Johnle
and Mrs.
officer -
contest winnerMrs. ; Barton, Sr., and other relativesEaster
Green
Games were enjoyed by Jo- civil defense officer. weighed ten pounds 13 ounce, Jo Anne CrawferiaZ
nell Hooks, Elizabeth Bishop, Isabelle Curtis, wife of Mrs. Vera Mills, hostess, Sunday. at birth on) Saturday March 28, Gray, Aurora Herren k
David Thomas
Mr. and Mrs.
1 Brenda Herring, at Hendry General Hospital.Mr. Thomas, Joe A Jones E.7
Mary Corbin Ken Curtis, president of the served refreshments of cote! and of Jacksonville
family spent
Ann Hancock, Wanda Hingaon, llendry County Bank at LaBelle, and cookies to attending! members Luckey Melvin C Keta. k
Randy Crockard, Clara McCar- won the district Orange Dessert : Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Joe the weekend with their relatives LINDA CARLTON, worthy advisor ef Rainbow Assembly, and Mrs. Elbert Grayare Chief Bobby JumperTve.,
Elaine Causseaux, Frances in Ovwiston. at which these the parents bf a eon, who Messer, Marjorie SmIth,i
thy, Contest in Sarasota Tuesday. Sexton, Mrs. Parker Wilson Miss Terryl Jane Nub, who center, presided at the Initiation ceremony W.
Pearce, Kim Murphy and Kathy Left Is France weighed even pounds ounce Jones, Rachel Bowers.
Mrs. Curtis had previously won Mrs. Ells Mrs. Eugene Hough attends Holy Name Academy at two girls were received Into membership.
11 Stalls a sub-dlMrict contest in Fort Mrs. Perry lave. Mr*. Art San Antonio, Florida, spent Groove and right I Is Evelyn! Horniby.

t z. Following the cupper, ice Myers. Lawrence, Mrs. Vann, and Mrs. Easter with, her mother Mn. -
{J cream and cake were enjoyed In Sarasota she competed with Drake. Evelyn K. Nach. and her brother well on Easter Day. sister, Mrs. Charlotte Land and New Location
cook from
;; by the guests and Mrs. Caretta seven other winning Jeff Nash. Mrs. Pauline Howell was the latter'* grandson, Robert
and
Cannon of Lake Placid, Miss the Southwest electric Florida area and AnniversaryA Miss Ruth Jones of West called to Jacksonville bat Garrett, returned with her for a SEWING MACHINE CENTER
Judy Vans, and Mr. and Mrs. won an range an Palm Beach spent Easter week. weekend where her mother, week' visit.
,
,.f( Abner Vann who assisted with electric On April warming 23-24 he pan.will be one Tropical: family celebrated dinner party the at 2Wh the end here 'with her sister Miss Mrs. J. R. Row of Mcdenny Jim Wiggins la spending:! this 125 Ave A next to Kath's Dept. Store Belle Glade
the supper. Charteen Jones and in Moore to St. Vincent'sHospital week in Pensacola on business.
of 12 finalists in the ''\ekeoIf" of Mr. and was admitted ;
wedding anniversary
Phone WY 6-3260
Haven "with their parents, Mr. Buffering from a broken Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips
at Winter Haven, and her Melvin Wednesday '
Mrs. Pape on
and Mrs. J. C. Jos *. hip, injured in a fall at her and con Bill, bf Avon Park
Rainbows "Cracker" Cake win get and Used
Orange J4ard125th. New Sewing MachinesWe
present Mr. and Mrs. D. C Elli spent home. Warren Howell drove his were Easter weekend guests of
its trial that occasion. Mr and Mrs.
supreme on) The guests were ,
Melvin :Mr. rod Mrs. Easter weekend with his sister mother to Jacksonville, Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Langford. repair all makes and carry an parts for sewing michines. -
Pape
Easter program ( (Mrs. J. J. Tabellng and other returning Saturday.Mr. Enjoying an Easter Sunday .
The Orange Dessert Contest Richard L. Mr. and Mrs.
Pape .relative in Miami. to Fort Myers were Mr. and We haw the largest selection of used Sewing Machines k
Members of the local Rainbow is sponsored by !lie independentpower Joe A. Billiard, Joe M. Hilliardand end Mrs. Hilton William trip Florida. 100 to choose from.
MIll Fiat Duncan (who attends Mrs. Pat Peters end their
Assembly presented a companies Jointly with Mr. and Mn. Clyde Egley. and children epent the weekendin
Florida School for the
special. Barter program for'the the Florida Citrus Commission.In WauchuU to be with their guests, Mrs. Helen Roberts and
Deaf and Blind at St.
Augustine The
Michael Roberta.
Eastern Star chapter prior to this area the Florida Power parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel group
I the last Star meeting The program and Light Company sponsor Birthdays spent Easter holiday with AJbrttton, and Mr. Hazel William saw the baseball game between
J: her parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. the Phillies and the PIrates in
was chiefly music and the annual event ] on Easter.
drill, and was simple but very This will be Mrs. Curtis' aec- (And you'd better check: your Duncan. Mrs Frank Cox drove to Jack the afternoon.
driver's license). Mrs. Win. C. Owen spent the
r eifeottve. ond appearance in the. finals of sonville one day last week. Her
I April 2- Arlene Stewart, G. Easter weekend In Wet Palm
Tie Easter Parade" was the contest G. Suggs, Mary Alice Dietz Beach with her lIeD, Wai. 'C.
Lung by the group M the opening Steve Johnson, Harold Adams. Owen, Jr., and family. F. H. A. NEWS
.. number. Linda and BhteU Enrichment claues April S Bill Johnson, Rufus Yaap Redder win leave:Friday
Carlton sang as a duet, "Were H. Langford, Delores Twiddy. after spending three month in This week is National future
You Here?" The prayer was The hoes group of total of April 4 Nell Johnson. R. C Cfewlston under a student exchange Homemakers week. The Clewis-
": given by the Rainbow chaplain 105 seventh grade students began Wilson R. V. Roland. program sponsored by ton Chapter ha* their schedule
LAST
\\1 and the group used the retiring the final 9 weeks of an enrichment April 5-Mildred Feller, Jean- the State Department of the U. let up as follows:
march In which a cross .is program which gives nette Wiggins S. A. and The Netherlands He Monday-Publicity day.
g' armed at the altar. During this there brief trading in typing April Ruth McCarthy C will go to Chicago far es muchtghtaeolng : Tuesday -+ Community: Day I

they sang "The Old Rugged music, reading and health. A. Marines Mrs. Sam Lang. aj poas&Ie before (the chapter will place cards ,
"
r
:. CreeL The program .is designed to April 7-carol Hodges, Thel- returning to bit borne in The on the hospital trays).
I After the program Mr. and ] ,_a iv aMl,1 Genre C.n..h.hr.
students "find School
help themselves" ma Miller, Nancy Ball. Hague. Wednesday cleanup
-gyp i Mrs. Abler Vans and Mr. and before entering into tie high April Sharon dark Coots, Easter vacation guests of Mr. Day. (the girls will help cleanup utwhyBMl
\ Mrs. C M. Pickle served refreshments school: program, according to Mrs. Dee HobIbek. and Mn. J. H. Elate were their around the school, help 'the ; : ::1. I
; ; ;:
J... to the girls during James E.: Brandon, allllrv1UnCpr1ndpaL April 0-James I* Owens. eon and family, Mr. and Mrs teachers after school end place .' "
,j'I a brief eoclal period. J. a KM, Jr., Kip and Susan, flower In the office' teacher' Abner H.
of Ashland Ohio, and Mr. and lounge, and fee teacher rooms) I Vann
I i Sweat announces Mr. Karl Sturts, Jeff and Su- Thursday-The girl will give

A STEP FORWARD BID of OlnrlmuUI: ., Ohio The a pot luck dinner tee their I Ph.
'
for committeeman Xiatea and their guests went to parent THRIFTYDRUG
Fort Lauderdal* Tuesday td Friday lit Department Day. YU 2-5971
Rex Sweat former Duval
r spend several dare. The Home EC department will
EUGENE HOUGH county aheriff for many years Mr. and Mr
Danny Howell be given a thorough rieanlng.
it candidate far the office of STATI riM [s-r-
and family of Fort Pierce visit. Sunday-The (whole chapter
Democratic National l CommIt- ...._..--_ I 6
ed Mr. and :Mn. Floyd Howell will attend the Cathode: Church:
For teeman from Florida ..pnk tlt.idrr. ,ills
and Mr. and Mn. Warren Ho-together.
He .is well known through the'
9 County Commissioner a Ute through affiliation with SpecialsAuto

law enforcement organtiatton, t h' ,
District No. 1 Elks and Maaonlo lodge, Legion
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'II'': the world' largest commercial Oewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five
rrHE FARM Tsr building, and $13 million more Thursday, April 2, 1964
than the United Nations buildu -
>*. Card of ThanksWe were always so kind and help '
This column writer said this to u* all. We shall always
take this means of expressing I
; new building that was going to cherish the** friendship. I
I DOYLE CONNERCOMMeff10NII :rave a* offices: fer our Congressmen for the our many sincere kindnesses appreciation A J. Bichaud 1 t I'I'ful
has everthlng from and.Family
shown to us in the los of our i
FLORIDA disappearing spittoons to gold .wife, and mother, and to her '
II DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTl plated plumbing! during her )long, illnea The CARD OF THANKS I
When. all them Congressmen many friends whose Inquiries, I want to express my deep appreciation :
fill home from Washington and visits, cards, flower and other to the many friend
] takes ..to the stump fer the November kindnesses showed their Jove in both Glade and Hendry counties
elections: it'll be mighty and concern for us have done for their visits, their kindnesses
) Interesting, Mister Editor, hearing much to lighten our grief. and prayers which were i
them making economy and We wish to thank Mr. Jones such a great help to me In my
trying to explain this buildingall the hospital administrator, the illness.
t at the same time doctors: and member of
.[ every John R. Langdale
: Your truly the hospital staff, all of whom and family.
I !
Uncle Dan

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: I Rev. Head preachesat '
ROUNDT1IEC10CK
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First BaptistRev.
!
\ George O. Head, eon of / TiCTI You can bank on
1 the late Rev W. U Heed, who P O Q-R
organized the church, will be
'guest minister at the First Baptist our protection
) Church Sunday April 5th.
He will preach both morningand services
; evening services,
The Rev. Head.. associate pastorof I 1 '
I Is Orsino Baptist Church on
| La- Merrltt Island, and prior to accepting ".
and this pastorate. conducted :
I an evangelistic. radio program
the
( on an Atlanta station.
f ) All friends are cordWly invited -
: First to Baptist Join the Church congregation next Sun.day at A bank's most important asset is per-

11' to greet the visiting preach- haps the safety it offers to depositors. :

Your valuables are safe in one of our safety :

Card of Thanks deposit l boxes I

; We wish to thank the congregation
; ; : : that gathered. at the
MOT'; : of Herbert Hoover Dike for the I
: if it 1964 Easter Sunrise Service.: FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON
we got I, W* also appreciate the help;
\ 1 that many residents gave in
i
reckon making the service: possible.
with CLEWISTON MINISTERIAL p
Just ASSOCIATION
to keep L

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[ SNOWDRIFT TEXAS SIZE ?

The 3.12 acre Florida State
Shortening 3Lb. Can 63tTuna Exhibit at th* New York
World's Fair ((1964-65)) will occupy
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[Geen Beans ... .2 for 350 Paper unUun 390 L. Peterson

CRAPE 4 APPLE STOCKTON Herman Lewis Peterson. 72. ,,

[Jelly -__ 20-oz.iar29g Catsup uuu 2 for 350 died Thursday in the, March local hospital 26, after early a t j
long Illness. H* was a native of
(NO. 303 Minneapolis, Minn., and before ,
lADY LIMA BEANS his retirement worked a* upbolsterer I- HIi
for Pan American: Airways TEE
PINTO BEANS He moved to Ctewteton
KING COLE POTATOES 10 Cans 99 \ about Zit year, age
Surviving. are his wile, Mr,
Christine Peterson, dewlston,
BRAVO WILSONS tore daughters. Mrs. loot She- 4.K \

[Corned Beef ___ ___ _, 390 Mor & Dif ___ u Can 390 Abrabamaon rouse, dewiston, Minnesota Mrs. Nina and 0 F 9
Mr. Carlin Brehmn,, Washing
XST CUT FRESH MADE -

Pork Chops __'__ Lb. 39* Pan Sausage... Lb. 390Iqmburger son ton.The Funeral body wa Horn* eels to! by Minneapolis Pattt :i '
where service: were held
and Interment wa in a 1rIInDeapoI18 -, I IDUAL

2 lbs. 99c cemetery. 4 _

Brian Keith Fields _

LD> NOT: Funeral series for Brian
SELECT l\ Keith Fields, 19 month old son CRISSCROSS by SARONG

Oleo -___________ Lb. 1901 I Beef Liver ... Lb. 49AeONSmoked of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Field, FRONT and: BACK CriM-cro pank do much FRONT sia.eras paula lift and support to flatten I I
for
,
were held in ma chapel of<< Pat- you tummy naturally: front daM higher for complete 17
teen Funeral Home Wednesday BACK: CruM-croM pa ash cap and KA flatter not frdom
i afternoon at 4 o'clock.: Th merely flatten the d.ntor.. for THE LOOK to to-
slab lb. 29c child died in an accident: Monday day' fashion WAIST wont roll or bind stays In place.
nomine THIGHS. Combined back and front CrU-cro cooLight airy SPANDEX Batfe.Iongrlaano;. machln-
Rev. Jama F. Kunbrel pastor atructton bring girdle! down )lower on aides to washable, too. ,
of the Assembly of<< God
officiated, and interment wa* smooth thighs for panty girdle look. ,
In Rldgelawn Cemetery/ 'J.totaJIt.MW.xptrItnceI"4 'fiWI..wt -DUAL'CRJSS-CRosst,;Eliofiuafvdy r $iong') i
FRANK'S Survivor! are the parents, .
two: brother Nicky and David I k
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Fields 'and two sisters Angela $Q95 r
and Rhonda Fields of CUwi- r ifttrofto s r :440only' +S P-8-f0t.CX(; Sl1ai.. l jI
Gro ton the maternal grandparent ;. I
ery..Market Mr. and Mrs. Owen Rezroat of t
Indlanapoli.. and the I pat ..*! THE SPORT SHOPf
tB. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.'
n BOMB: OWNED *m> OrEUTED .
I-ltl1 C ,WB OKUVCU ra. TU MM Samuel a Fields, of Fort .... y-rs/gyArA..,...kAlHis- **Bi BBaftM* .||Hik...........,............-....tosVlMIt
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LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS Caahler1. I Iform
rwU ,,-- .....w 'N'..... 1h'de Orientation plan for Sealed propoulo for the oontrurtlon executed by check the Ef derku tall
CLEWJ5TON NEWS ( MI9tfOr n. tSM 1s lt. Mew of the II" Addition to ty Com i
THE ::
Page Six J\ wt* Harlem Academy. H.ndrjr County pees ;Plotldann.tg,nl yIA.
Thursday. April I. M" t10la' s :..ink
:recd Florida will b. rec lr d by <
w.o tt. 554 .e'Me. ft adtea. 7th grade students the H.ndry County Board of of the lots bid'TI.t oe
y qulr.d
LaB.II.. llor-
4t 0 l ttwdWi.. wrNt dead wood Public Ida on lnlt.UOUODi 00' p.m, April to. leI'l a fuorant:[.'J: N.r i"
:: trthq
D de. Rro aed. )ifcero Pia :. will i
file 'wa. ci student who e 114 t which time and platt re
e.aape5a
Council : 1M'e Each sixth trad they beeeotend p sty O awl
Beach GkheBe1 Let a will bo publicly upend and ;
Dairy ,., .. alt. ertAf.1se'1N transition to therteveath
River SL Uscie SUraaOkeechobee ad ,etom .. Is maklnf, the read Th..ucaatul bdderrlyquired ..
t ,
i' t 7."," + lnrua.. 111rNdVtlk9r grade shall be provided Copl. of the Propoial, Contract :: cv,01'
I CCMCM. :t..J"Jo: Bond, and: IP
Dooumejito Drawlmr and rune tprm"rou,: ,
., 4tak.t << 9004.'Ma orientation expert- and
active in /pmwred by .rscaxcs ....,, the. Mkminc Kpiolfloatlon. may b. obtained torments Boodlhuj: 1y AW
N county and dMribukws .f frail c 2 i ':' ismM411 # 13Ma wfkt steel according- to Supervising by Nlglbls General Contractors. In the :
amount o4a
wlhy
JAMES M. HARTIJJY ARCHITECT
from 'f
Ylawitawa'C
fr Mtr twhtMP. EX Brandon.vWr 1001
pt K4Ml James per
cool iuth0
in tea .otlaliedtProd 190>> Harrlion Street, 'f the
The Dairy Council of South ......" $ U hit Junior High9rpisniad Hollywood. Florida or the of- Prlc. Coallao.rr"t1'I:1

''I Florida plans to conduct year tees who aft awperat r tI 4w4d4.ar. < to k wet about six weeks be- tic Public. of In.tructlon the Buporlntond.nt Courthouo of. outmind:st' '

) j round activity in Glade and log in Beofry aad Ladn: cma- C!....rdlb h .rat Swr weeta, tore the end of the school yearHdI LaBdlo, Florida. A d.po.lt of detached No from, the 8..1. J''t
I. Heodry counties and win provide bee are 0. :C. Srfcrt, emir. ew.iar 1a 4a the Mott 4Y fogs and Ctk trade student will have 16000 II required and for each first m.nt.qusllfrln5 will b. I.Utro tat
mt of Drawings Specltloalions comMertat
J i' porters booklet, slides CHck. John. Ferrer: Tans PrtrrUoorc E..... k 4cwd11 land b e.- (IfOr of spending the luued to inch General NO BIDDER
mwrtunKy yAT
.
: ike
and on some occasions, speakers aDd B.bart < Additional Sits DRAW
Rhea; JtiLtaa : tew4ret stla+la 4Il' Contractor may III .
.: 'I, for on the value day at the high .<*ool. There b. obtained by paying: roproduo- :: odsuch I., I ) do
programs sail John DnJt. of : i.I.
Deduce : "" Ia ''earl"!. forMdI which will ,:. ::
t t of dairies and the use of dairy Ceviston. The Dairy OMOCU tt'tt'M "---! .wfll be two visitors section a day The tlon r.lurn.d Cost,Th. full eo.t amount not of thc b. Blda :spy:::.::

i products. offices are at Eta S* Irt akarlrrse tad. .. alonrGtt" toddy WM ycm h, grade will be used d.po.lt Illdd.r. will provided b. refunded all document to all J\m.r; t0or:oRctt m=y sosSld.laand
'i' Menu booklets are available Street ICarnl.: edvrS are returned to the Architect,
4tl ttrm
be to
will
1 to Individuals who write for 0; $nwrltotl ace Fact sixth crade visitor In rood condition. within 10 day waive tam
ialPaa Ue (Sect 17thttdt tttN>duc d b the seventh trade after the Bid Opening Subcontractor ..
I them said Mrs. Joanne Jack, .. dtNIc. may obtain document BY: Spratt, Ch.' .
1'.... et O swe atudrat who will erve a* his f 5ATTSK of
executive director of !the Com by paying reproduction COlt Puhllo Innr4eb
cil. Mrs Jack has been ia Field Day April 23 : ante edArr t.. dC buddy throughout the day Ho which colt will not b. refunded. ) County, 1101""
rwtltariat It aUatb twltrr.i %: with hisand. Dooi.menu may b. examined tree
the entire day J. Homer
charge of the Councils boothat spends of charge at tb. Architect. office. Bible BIIPrla\ttlot\
be Hcndrjr County Fair in to eteee Mork. (wigstxa .'. attends allot his classe and of Publlo Secretary to tot .00

dewiston for several _110OI.I at LaboratoryThe tNiIl d *ese haste. .with him. and aecompanie himto Each proposal must b. accom. dry County Inot..I1., ylorida SO
However the Council only recently .... i iag Mow may ** the ac.1a'd cafeteria far lunch. panted by a Certified Check, CN tal-loIa.. U, II; ASttta

I received Hendry and
Glades counties into member. annual Vegetable-Pasta m>lal*, B vcd. the AS parents of new seventh
I Field Day at the Sough Florida
tie rnmpWKyw 4
wlexg Lids m*?:
Shlj Field Laboratory north ofImmokalee Anders art to invited to the
I i, Mrs Jack and Mrs. Audrey Is scheduled for chool fur an evening meeting
.
t: Sullivan, dietitian and former Thursday. afternoon.\ April 23rd. j &*.*** haute start ow.d .. during the first few weeks of the For Rent
executive[ director for !the Dairy County Agent Ted Gallo has nmadae spas do tan semester. The puU<"l>hy

Council of Jacksonville, made announced the program aDd urges w .* JWMMMDhe tiIAe. Dead and coals of the school are to

,J several contact while in the aU vegetal goes and m Ski TDCS AtUVT PeS. ....L w. MM.. aid Mew. It a sand theprtmaiy be 4 cribed. Rules and regulations

;r area during Fair Week, and explained rancher to attend. cr-. fill ..- Iasi. bdlew. p.aWnd. M .... ..... -tr we ttwluove a iDftIC'o!' concerning attendance

the program of the Weed contitift. insect cuiLiu fan w Orr ........... ptr.. .aas a.o s111..1r.ma.. aba Sardines. etc., are to be out 1 2-bedroom Unfurnished House

Council to several represe Ia- and disease control OB vegetable ..d lte .biner Sae- dr.a1t tort. ........ w fM des.Ddc. 1 se bugh ef time the tncd. The grading system will
lives of schools, the hospital aDdpbIle crops: and fertilizer tnals wH Y Rait.1.i. S.. fi.us. waE Y1inIa. Malls tits lIMe fcma. dM4 is HItartrr be discussed. Seventh grade

health department be demos d during the pn' co.....Fwn Rs7a.t ew..e. a.d ...... o-w. ..... _D.* ta1loe. teachers will be introduced.de- tt #
includes which suns atlpja.aaiends badM. Tie Seating program will be
The Council now gram 47 the fcufttofT -
en a.d lt.ettnti ...... ..... 4 .and 1tsa.dg dAdatlrig onnra win be ansvered. -
eribed. Questions
at 4 pmParkcip.ting tVund that has boon dead
arts .,.
1us
wiD be Donald far odr a skeet true! Is meet Brandon ukL

( ,. S. Burp and Dr. J. P. Jane. h ke "r fmduec meiaMM 1 2-bedroom Furnished Apt.
WANTED of the Gulf Cowl Satan: Dr. ar hwt hobs. ttlm sadae. ?(nea. but dead wend BayMC

N C Schenck and Dr. W C YMCACamp tnee .lit a.nltgdg !stetImt.n : ..r as a wale d tofectaosi City docketActing

jLcreagc-Houses-Lots Adler of the Watermelon< and pants "'bII pa.mldtm tar two et mere years,
Grape Laboratory and Dr John bend gnwtlg 1t4alabrr
RentalsBusinessProperty E. jieCaleb of the Range Cattle at Lake Placidis and hta.slng dlmt.a44 fow aeuita.t.a 4. SuogmJia! tntSanoBe otjnj Qty Judge Carlo
bd. larrefeB the renvwmJ Dickey returned from a bout
Station at On*. Dr P. H. ZXrett ammg aIIII.1 satsustkaasaes. J. E. BEARDSLEY
d dead iraod aaa osVTbe with and disposed
ttte
of the host laboratory will>a >>gnaede .... Dos alt mump
Dade-Monroe dog an lrT c-1Ia aim a of hue following case In court
I i discuss ferbliaer studies on wan to boys Dto4. patanl.aSeaars. s aa
open tmgeode. tjnoode does last Wednesday REGISTERED: REAL: ESTATE ItlOKEK
Realty ermdons and variety; triage with IIrt eahag sad :tas..5gM.1eealel h9rcLm -
tom
ala the amfus-mce
:t! 309 W. Sugarland Hwy tomatoes and cantaloupes. M. R. Harrison. Jr. chairman -. Jt ..... bpsewr. Dorothy dene Riggo. careless E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501

YU 3-2941 A tour of research plots of of the Y 3LC.XOa&Cnmmttre. Rfe bsdlet iI 'sand >rtaVpy wfee* oomcCy ;y5ed. coat driving SIS or] 2 days:

Jt t the station win conclude the afternoon aa-ao-tea Chat tteICamI bane iscss and prs>s des the aatrge3yr bstnc+ and pre Robert Lee Way. public drunk,

; ; program. T 1L C A. Baft ojra IMesacy_e.dIIIaa hralr6rJal .ems the gramh a.clllPD"So sS::!: ; Larry D Hughes running

at Lake PJa d. I1an ., vat yo-U ...... u4aMs ftust peters. isteeocsk: \' : TBJItamis stop lip J5 or one day: Richard

open its gates Jane 14* bar: : iabema9tan aa7.etmgleenuln _as. vat tile { aI Ifa* J. Bragg Jr.. DWI, $200,

Ofl.! I44-1US young boy age' t On-ECa M. ct age gmdeclmcdlaug d a fsmgidd. L snfns drivers Keens revoked: Arne

There wSl be rune -.. tU -- end wrgwotga iii l fail sojdant too 0. Bonksnen, careless driving. ,The demand for fit

": 1 I B... VI KS82 periods donttg fee sr.The aM I"C > I1 ....a-e. fific er so sew SlOo r 2 days; Bobby E. Baker, ,
...... and rf improper driver' license. $25 or
Land T. ML C A. Be- Car'th praaxt ap- and stocker
I Camp is .. fis dt.m n y-ar Rte c.wd ptMwdae far plsdar Lae iIdectica wia at- S day: and Walter C Morgan,

f1l een1IIC .tatatg toes *-III- tastatg ..pads .. Ii*. and reedy hew eawn4.: improper parking $10. cattle is heavy
;.1 Thurmond W. Knight out Ceotral SnCherat Tri- .r tIInDIIar:> oe. alxe r isaetle

; da. A weB mania camp ,.... S.e .ss ., Li. d tmn.41ng ...............
-,' \ f 1 Spa wand e-oe.. Buy only the
arua II a0tsed 6 bads d a.I.
\ : ::1 "Accredited Farm &; Land Broker'Thurmond Iatk.1k. sae. n+samw awd ed ens.taiaitlg
'i ar gab stRlyn 4eptl.ds r cattle want
% Knight BeaJtr.1Dc. .--=-I Harrisoa larOker sword e you
nbaei'kt ...
$1 eaatd
See
..... ....-. ..... 2010 ,Arm CBMera thatS-Mi. L oar bas bneavfc .

W.. .... B..es. r- ).ae. edajflw fca>tan*. year
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_a rk* *f!..-__OIL Farm & Ranch News

-er-ty. wad ha. had- IS yr 1:00 P.M
BXXDRT COCNTT HO8F1TAI. AUTHORITY -Sales E.yery'Monday at :
d oanpsfic ejsperioae ta son Sy Tear OaMtr Agea
NOTICE OF BUDOKT RARING
ATTENTION of the finest amps >.. ft* Nsuc.Is twIST 1 w that the Ueodry County Hospital Authority
,l'' aouOlaLv. 0Irw %.an.- hao <*.... te *:prepared a kudcet of Income and operatln
b here. ... > f.r INadry General Hospital for tb. period be_lnlnn_
time aiaay:
/: .-Ian Spray a4 io March :l. U.t. *
1 Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK UK eoQege meat April L IK "a *
whose tharsclee asd nt0ai growers wO be ...s. *. BorcIernait A re..luoiMtUc of the Hoepllal Authority will bo held on
tontrfonta A.nl I*. 1>.4 at H a olro Oeoeral Hoapltal All persona with mat-
TO THE FUTURE AND arm are worthy of emulate I"JQcQae __ _........ or ohjectlon. to road budget a. prepared will
.ita should be ..... Page 1M Mind, ... tho .budget with suet cll..,.. .. are deemed ....
WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING by boy 11. Table Louder FtMaoM L _..t w UI ho adopts.Mh GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSH
Camp aommtteemembns_ sre >DHT OCJNERAL: HOSPITAL BUDGET
t The rate of snetal cookeotshaad TKAR APRIL 1. 114 TO MARCH 51. HIS
now busy making plan gar a read IM gaSns I larked OPEBATTTQ INCOME::

..J A Law Cast Para Merit-age. new swimming peer and beack. of Una gaaoaams 1LMd.7atBfutia. 1'tMa......_.... UtI..ooOOO't. 11..0 Phone. WT -JOllfclhfc belle C'lsdt D
d FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANWU Camp brochures: and regMra- Ms.tasa..u l.toO ISH.toO.OO
Fmrnbi Cash. T. ----
tioa card obtained
can be by :
To Mp yon" fcrtSae effieeaty OTHER 1)10011111::
Sefiaaaee debts. writing the Young lien Christian aad eeonoauca3y BuZetui53tA : Reeteg "' ... .1.000.00
t 4 Fauaea fans ..'""..... new aaOdlac. par- Association.: Camping Department. : at still a good source ofInfcnnatwa. OW ._U Time Collected DeIU" 5,100.011.Ia.t '
w .00.00
0 I chase wtod macaiae and taataffl !nip..... 40 NE Third Avenue.Miami. Te wd be glad to 0..0.... a Purchs..e flUO 11.120.00 :..

Assist la porehaa. .f a fan. grass .c raaca.FBrehas Florida :XU3iSummers furoUh thi* revtbet -
:
uposi TOTAL INCOME .
-- $313,11000
d"
... .
mere
Nekr- 1.EB: DU\'B1'F1L ACCOUNTS .6011.0
Preside capital fads for ale farm eaterpl1ae.J IIMMlY'
Because. of recent high :
A. NET $331.T10.00
1 ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN writes OPRRATINO CEXPE."BEB
t rainfaa aDd .the lor :
prospects
OAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES Admubttstvs. U.'&'.0'
... .. L Lewer payments.S. D"tar HotIM".plnB .1.6..0 11II. WIN AWAY
11.0".00
Laager terms tap( to II yean). fish bookletA Lau..r 4,00000 _

I: ,, t S. Dependable cenie (serving' agrieoltara,exdud.ely.law pond N.ralns Kant Operation dretve 14,16..00 IIIOU.OO t

I 1117) Clinic ,.. .,. 1.170.0'
6. Foil prepayment privDere wtthtat peaatty. M page booklet. "Managing! Nur..ry -V--- lm:: FREEAT
t Medienl n.co.d. : :
) : I. Lean service local Louisiana Fish Ponds. issuedby .
1 by>> people familiar with focal age!- Operating Room 11,4".00
j f eoltare. the Wildlife and Fishing I0.livsry Room --.._.. .__ ___ 100.00

f If w* can b* of service to yen pleas write or ...... Commission of Louisiana was rr Oall.n Anesthesia_ ... 1120.00....0,110

W. B. MAY. Hrr. or DOYLE E ABBOTt AssL Hgr. written. by Max W Summers, Boots Guides Gas lea X-Ra/ __ 30,020.10
..
husband of the former Patricia Laboratory 11.140.00
Fishing Tackle Supplies) Emergency Room _.___ 1.0",00 AL FULLER'SMaiq
Federal Land Bank Association Elder of Oewiston.Th op..cl.Uon ____. 10.too.0'
_.
preface to the book states: Johnson'sFishing Pharmacy .. 11.100,00
Coatlngenci.e
4.000.0
$$131,170.00Antlelpnted
f "The Commlsstoa is actively engaged
r' ; of Bradenton In a statewide fish pond Camp Profit or to.. ,?. ,_,:- ci iiii: : )
Ln1UIl'MF NT a CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
7SONEI743.2051 BKADENTOV.*. management program aimed at dtirUton, Flo. W.lk-In R..lor. ,. _,:V6 4010. e.; Paint Store
I providing the people of Loulsi- Purlabl.Hmers.ney: X.Ray Room Tubbs _'_ 1"0000: f

.' :,\{ Mlnoroaeop. _.,_. :===-:::-::-: -" -. 5,000,51 1,000.00
Water Dlltlll.r -. -- .. _._ :-:. ::, 11.:0.: 10,111,00

I. ; .t Deficit .- Complete Line of Point and Supplied
1to6P.M.1 (111,030.00)Tarn )
Phone YU 2-3281 .
0, RIKC8, Chairman 'Ia.
.1 OPEN HOUSE Sun. Apr. 5 eN 411-Aprll I. 1184. Mindry County Honplt.l Authority $J44 E. Sugarland Arty, Gewiston P |

H<'N'Ap.1I I. 1914 l" .
r".r,,_r..r... .. .._ .. .

,: :' : 2 NEW MODEL HOMES _

i : Located at Olympia St. on Alrerdez Ave. 2 Blocks West of Hospital _

\ :J i V Complete line Of

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: t..j Y '{ "F'tM t
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: : Il Controlled Trucks Will


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ll >' AND 3 BEDROOMS and Efficiently.


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; 5 7 % F H AVAILABLE From $350 Down ,:..

",'" it.Hare .
f. or on your,lot -NO: Down Payment.

Arrtox. tii.M PEa MONTH INCLCDINQ PRINCIPAL INTCIEST: TAIL JXIt1a.uC8

BUILT BY KENDALL 'CONSTRUCTION CO.


WEST PALM BEACH >* n UTTIrtora Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc.

SALES AGENT, I. E. BEARDSLEYTVOH ,

Call YUkon 24411 .
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happening to police, but when CJewlatoD, )'la. THE a..1CWISTON mews Pap Seven TM
'Ace' brings home they returned to Qewiatoo no Thursday, April I, 1864 r
arrest bad been made. --.- I

CLASSIFIED ADS Carlton said the doctor decided end gear Other Judged events and the Order of the Arrow
Georgia bullet"Ace" to leave the bullet In he will be adult western pleasure Ceremoy fa also outstanding. .

leg since It I 11 only a flesh and stock twining.: An accredited Air. Gasklns spoke briefly on j

Carlton 1* walking wound believing It will work Judge will be available to Scouting: in around with a (Millet In his let. Its way out Ht eald It appear pick the winners. over 12,000 boys are now enrolled
"
FOR RENT-On bedroom fur- the result of an unexpected to be a 32 or 28 caliber bullet Other action games In the In Scouting In the Gulf-

CLASSIFIED RATES: Four DIshed Apartment. 75.00' per FOR SALE-Used. House cash ThU.er.1963,10'x53' and cldent" in Columbus Ga., about show are: flag race roping' stream Council The goal of the '
cent word month. One to two persons only. PIG ten days ago buddy pickup Jackpot l steer Council to another paid executive : i
per Insertion
70
per .
23421.tfo
YU
cent minimum YU 24421. tic take up payments. Possette Shodeo decorating' Junior and senior to assigned to the Ever-
charge four insertions
; Three young men from Clewlston -
and glsdes-Lake
pole bending, relay: race area.
for the price of three. FOR RENT-On bedroom efficiency
Ac
and Richard and
steer undecorating ear
girl
GLADES MERCANTILE COMPANY plan
apartment utilities Jimmy Westberry were In Co- programEntries
A beautiful and
PHONE YUkon
S-1201 only trophy
authorized Singer SewIng '
YU furnished.2-6881. Couple only. Phone. Machine dealer' agent will lumbu working. A* Carlton\ are coming in for the ribbon will be given to the winner New volumes '
reneas whose tic reports the happening: the three
name appear service sewing machine la Lee County Sheriffs Possette of each class and russets
la the classified ad ROOMS FOR RENT- Can YU Qewlston area every Saturday boy were on the front teat of Stolen to be held Saturday ribbons through fifth place.

nay pick ap two passes to 24881. tic Phone WY 8-J659, Belle Glade. their car with Ace in the center April 11, with two shows at 2 Entry fees are $1 on all events in public libraryThe
the Dixie Crystal Theatre, tic and Richard driving about p.m. and 7 p.m., report Carole. except Jackpot barrels 15, roping .
; rM SALE
lilt [ESTATE compliments of the New FOR RENT dean modern 11:30: on Saturday night :March Edwards advance entry chair tit steer decorating 12.

sad Theatre. Passes most be rooms 'with kitchen, I utilities. YOUR CLASSIFIED AD here "21. They topped the car, and man. For advance entries: call Carole following books were
I FOR SALE OR RENT-New Carpoit du- called ft* before Wednes phone and TV privileges. Call will be read by hundred a negro man tapped besideIt One of the more popular events Edwards OX 4-2716 or mall to: placed on the shelves of the

Y plex. three bedroom.St. between day. YU 2-619L Apr23c What have ;you to sell? Or what and asked them to take hint is .the girl! barrel race with Rt 1, Box 397. Fort Myers' Fla. Owlston Public Library recently -
r Location: ObIspo to Fort Banning; they declined :
do wish to for
you bur Try one several entered already.
and Pacific: Sta. Mrs. Bonnie Crouch Junior notion,: Mak.
I i Corona results. Phone YU S-1201. saying they were not going Way for
Call collect: Lee Wilson, 844- INCOME Unfinished 3 bedroom FOR to Fort Bennln&. The manmade A new class this year' 1* the Ducklings: Robert Mcdoskey;

I t 6351. Lake Park, Fla. tie $3,500 equity best way Ian room RENT house.-333 Furnished E. Pasadena.four FOR SALE-Real bargain Zundapp aa effort to get in the car Trail Class, a judged event must. Scout film Crow Boy Tara Vashlma!
get it 432 W. El Paso. motorbike 250 CC. coat and when they blocked his efforts In this contest a hone White Snow. Bright Snow-Alvin -
i REAL ESTATE Write Mabel J. Whitney 1175 N. lston See or call Mrs. Blair at Clew 1165 two months ago, but I am drew pistol and shot show Its ability; In many way, Tresselt; The Steadfast Tin
NORTHSIDE home or investment Motel Available after Holland and must Into ithe the bullet such a* leading another bone Soldier Hans Christian Andersen
I W. 79th St. Mlamla, Fla. Apr23cH. April 1. returning car, itriklng shown clubsMack -
property; priced considerably Apr2o; sell. Make me an offer today. Carton In the flesh of the let carrying two rider, crossing ; Borrowers-Mary Norton;

under market L. Davis FOR RENTS and 1 room furnished Yapp Redder, Laurel Oaks. lip between the ankle and knee. a bridge, and walking through The Red War Pole-Louis Cap-
frame. log placed on the growl A : Gasklns, Boy Scout
I bedroom
The
NORTHSIDE apartment Phone 2- The drove rapidly/ ron; Quarreling Book-
boy ,
DEMAND GREATER THAN away
Immaculate. FOR SALE Ironrtt Ironer horse must be reliable and Executive of Gulbtream Council Charlotte Zolotow
Furnished. 127L tic aid Carlton and the ; The Courageof
NORTHSIDE bedroom frame EVER for houses acreage, gas hot water heater, at giveaway reported even tempered to make a good was guest speaker at Rotary Sarah Noble-Alice Dalglelsh;
! Dullnesses. We have customers FOR RENT Quiet aircondUtloned : price Call Earl Morrison. trail horse. He must also be and at Lions Clubs recent. Andersen's Fairy Tales-Hans
$9.000.'ACREAGE :
!' a* available. waiting. List your property; withus. and heated sleepingroom :MarlinE Sugarland Pharmacy alert and easy to handle. ly and showed a color, film Christian Andersen; The Door in

5 ACRES NEW J-BEDROOM. 2 3. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU with kitchen privilege if L Stewart Another new das will be the made at the Council's camp the Wan-Marguerite DeAngell;
bath frame home. Hardwood 2-T501. tic desired. YU 3421.: tIe pony western pleasure, which Tana-keetah, depicting the life The Cat Who Went to Heaven-
SPRING SALE ON PIANOS-4 PIZZAYU will be limited to ponies under of Boy Scouts: at their summer' Elizabeth Coatsworth.
floors FOR RENT-Available 15.
FHA HOMES In Broward. April uprights reconditioned, 1 12 bands high. This will be camps. Junior Noo-Flcton-The Gds!
325 Three room: furnished apartment Spinet, repossessed, 1 Spinets suitability of and The film was made by several
Palm Beach and Dade eoun.ties See at 408 E. Ventura. 2.3311 judged on pony den Goose Book-Leslie Brooke;
various sizes and prices. brand new, 1 console Planes rider and cleanliness of pony professional movie photographers The Solar System Angela Roc-
Aprft
and a director who were In
YU 2-
Holdridge
Music\
new.
Small cash paymentFOR ca; Raboushka and the Three
the area doing some commercial
RENT Efficiencies and FOR RENT-TurnJahed trailer 4781. dewlaton. Aprtc Kings-Ruth Bobbins.
films! for Pratt-Whltney.
as available.: with. large Cabana room. Can Welder Youth F1ct1oa-Guna In he
houses m FOR SALE-One portable The men were very Interested
Over 1,000 vacant lots to select YU 23252. tic Gasoline 150 AMP and one e In Scouting, and after learning Heather Lockhart Amerman.

!from for all purpose. Various watt Q FOR RENT OR SALE-2 bedroom portable Steam Cleaner In very of the. camp and its activities Youth Noo-J'Ict.1on-Talta to
prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. trailer. Sleeps 5. With good condition.: Call YU 11238.Apr23a. II volunteered to make the film Teen Agera About Sex-Ann

AND INCOMEPROPERTY. Aluminum Cabana and screen on their own time, free if the Landers.
,Rut EJATE$ fO "Q'ENT
t
room. Price is right Write Box Council could buy the necessary'
$360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent XX Clewiston News, Box 1236.Clewlston. WHILE THEY LAST, pacage film. The result In a beautiful Recreation
CBS construction, 23000. FOR RENT Furnished cabin of one dozen I"x5" scratch Newsfrom
: tic Checkerboard narrative film, professional% In
LONG TERM, low interest and trailer Johnson Fishing pads for only 2Sc. Place a Its. planning and workmanship, swim
farm, cane, grove and ranch Camp. YU 2-1181. tic FOR RENT-&mall house. Furnished scratch pad In every room of __ T and has proven such' an outstanding team
unfurnished, $:IS the house for convenience. The
minimum $50,000. or achievement thai the
mortgage Everyone .interested In joining
FOR RENT Trailer and Trailer -
tf
month. See Mrs Sloan 433 Clewlston News
LISTINGS NEEDED per national Boy Scout organization
the recreation department swim
.. Royal Palm Trailer
(pace E. Trinidad call H. P. Johnson
J. M. IANKFOKDlei. Park. Phone YU 3-2603. tic or FOR SALE Parakeets 12.00 ha asked that copies be made team should sign up as soon as
tic & RANCH SUPPLY
CORBIN FARM
Beal Estate Broker up, Mynah birds, African love for use elsewhere.The possible by contacting Woody

S30 East Sugarland Highway FOR RENT-New lO'xtt' house birds, monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet filming required about Carruthers at the Recreation
Fire, Auto and General trailer with two bedrooms boarding. Thompson Wild Sugarland Highway Clewiston, Fla. a month the men visiting the Department, phone YU 3-2171' or
Insurance and aircondltion.. By week or Animal Farm. Phone YUkon :2- camp at daylight and in the com to the Youth Center. 1
Clewlston. Fla. Ph. YU' 2-21M month. YU 2-3421. tIc 1236. tic evening Sunset and daybreak Opening workouts will be
scenes are strikingly beautiful. scheduled after signing! up.
.
ttem REGISTERED CITRUS TREES *.
FOR SALE Ready to go. J. ,.

I Business DirectoryWALDRON'S M. Tomllnson One Fla. Phone

RE 5-2786. tic Harlem News

ALL MAKES 21" _USED TV
SEE US FORBOTTLED t t SET Guaranteed 11985
ANNOUNCEMENTS t [ MIS
.
GAS down 114.04 per month. LAKE News of Our Colored CommunityMRS. i I

MEATS AND GROCERIESOpen APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. tic

AppliancesSa1esService WILL DO IRONING la my JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor
7 a.m. to 1 p.rn. Fred C. Sikes I''
home. Gladys Gsylor, 805 Phone YU 2-7(31' '
&l1108p.m. Francisco App FOR SALE-139900 NEW .

POWER GAS WALNUT SPINET PIANO. M Personal Mention Mi*. Emma Dixon wu mistress -
Six Days a Week SUP COVERS and drapes. Custom
NOTE. COMPLETE WITH :Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith, Mr. of ceremony on the program .
(CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) made. Complete line of BENCH. HEATER.: 10 YEAR Perry Mr. Ivory Smith, Lakeland that was presented by the
Moment CORPORATIONSouthhBay drapery and slip cover fabrics., FACTORY WARRANTY AND Fla., and Mr. Willie Barns- P. T. A. last Monday: evening.We .

For Your Picnics Spur COLLECT Free estimates! :Call YU 2-5831 EASY TERMS. PIt 996-6080, :: well, Nichols, Fla, spent the regret very much that her I

Four Miles East of dewlston WY 8-5521 Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand LEGCETT-JONES MUSIC CO., Barter celebration 'with friends 'name was not mentioned along I
Bare Beach Upholstery! tic 325 W AVE. A. BELLE GLADE in Clewlston. They were the. with the other, lest week. .

BENDIY COUNTY RADIO & TV SERVICE. Carith- FLA. Apr30cII pleasant bouse guests of Mrs. Alvold Thomas a student at

Title & Abstract Co. ers Radio & TV Sales with HOW CREEP FEEDING Esile Mae Lee, Mrs. Christine Betbune-Cookman: College, Dayton j
Attention Cattlemen
Tills Abstrsetn Title InsurancePnblle service. Nickell Building, 108 Fnzler and Ml** Shirley A. Beach pent the Easter
Stenographer Bond Street. Clewlston Fla. MAY HELP Smith. holidays with his parents, Mr.
New Is the Horse te coasoUdateTOUT
debts wits a long term Photocopying DnpUeaUng, Phone YU 244L YOUR PHIL. The many friends of Mr. Shelby and Mrs. A. A. Thomas and
farm loin, low Interest rates., Bridge St. and Park AT*. CO DEALER. tic YOUR CATTLE PROFITS Weaver regret very much friends In Clewietnn.
with LaBelle. Fla. P. O. Boll 648 to hear of the passing of Isle -
ORange I-un WILL cart for Invalid or senile
mother-in-law, Mrs. L C. Nimomoru
Federal Land Bank persons In the home. OXford Lots of cattlemen In thIs area have found it pays to Plant City Fla. Mr. WORDS TO LIVE BY

"1791, Ft Myers. Aprtc creep feed their calves. Helps the calves, and their Weaver and a few friends attended Written by Rev. John IL Owens
EVINRUDESales
And thus
Bee er Write quoted
the funeral services that
IF ITS UNIFORMS see us first mamas, too. Struggling upward on towards
W. B. MAT Nurses Beauticians Waitress were held on Tuesday March

lax 686 Waleald Building and ServiceNew Maid, Doctor's and Barber's lIere' proof from work with 2800 head of cattle where 31 at 4 pm. at the Mt Marian gayStumbling over the "Sands of

Bracl.......FloridaHATHCOCK'S and Used Motor Jackets. The,only uniform shop UEL[ ? WANTED I, WOMEN I calves were fed Purina Creep Rations: Baptist Friends Church of dewiston Plant extend City. Time"

Marine Hardware for miles SHOP around.1635 LINNIE'SUNIFORM Hendry 1.34% more choice and good grade calves. their sympathy. !to the family in Oft times through a path that'sgory

WAITRESS WANTED-Glad. the loss of their loved one.
Farts and Accessories.
Fort Myers. Janltfo Some times wtth faith sub
Street. a I
Marine Safety Equipment Restaurant See Tony Toulls. 2. Heavier calves Every 10 calves creep-fed Purina
AUTO BALES SERVICE Gerald Calder tic returned weight equal to one extra calf. (No extra lime.Struggles.
RESTAURANT Breeze Inn Sundry mankind through the
SERVICE
Phone YCkou 2-6H1 ,
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BLUM It SONS PLASTERING. APPLICATIONS now being accepted WANTED sgesReaching I F

OPEN aver ALL floM NIGHTWe R. E. WALDRON Very Best Work !for waitresses at 3. Better cow condition. Cows Buckling creep-fed Nice Neat Girl, to do plain for a higher' goal I. I

We Saw You Money Thrifty Drug. Contact Gary calves carried 44 Ibs. of extra condition. cooking HJa striving written on history'sDread ;
Plastering, Simulated Stone Scott Ito For Information
Williams Electric For prompt. Efficient Stucco-Free Estimate 4. This extra condition meant 16% more calves the Apply In person or call for body .and lor souL I
Home delivery Licensed and Insured YU 2-7841 after II p.m. Still heedless of the greatest
*Mn,. Repairs AH AppUsaee ( r following IeUOn.That' Mrs. Flak Mae Patrick teachingIn
OF THE MIAMI HERALD 25 Years In Business
Electrics Ceatraethur 3850 LOTS Street a big return for Just a little outlay in creep ProprietorJULIA'S selfish race for power and

IDiot WIDI.... none S-1S21 Call Bobby Giddn Fort Myers, Fla. tic feeding the Purina Way. Come in. Let's talk about That pelt would give to all
peace
TV S-llll ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 a how creep feeding fits in your calf raising program beseeching 't>
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10 FREE Piano lessons with "Love thy neighbor as thy; "
Double "A"Roofing any upright piano purchased LOW COST PRODUCTION... BEAUTY NOOKFor self.
Tampa Tribuneand 1st at Ho). .
from now till April That New Loot
ridge Music. YU 14781. dewIston. the reason why more farmers feed PURINA Tinting Styling CotttagNe CilltECTI NEWS
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Apr2omiscellaneous Appetetneats.FrUsy New Bethel A. M. E.Rev. .

Ft. Myers HELP MNTED I, MENMAINTENANCE sad Saturday L. Holmes, Pastor
Licensed Mrs. Jmlla Sales Proprietor Sunday School 1.30: sun.

Press Morning Worship, 1055.:
Bonded New sf MAN for work See 'the following Mobile Homes on display at 'the :Evening Worshop. T p.m. ";

Free Estimates: on AH Type home Delivery a* Thrifty Drug Contact Gary Harlem Club Bible Reading, Tuesday evening

oflng and Painting W." O. CAMPBELL Scott for Interview. lie CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES112'x6O' Your Favorite Mixed Drink at the chwch.Qo1r ,
Phone YU 3-1131 Phone 1-2711 Cocktails rehearsals, Wednesday:
165 WEEKLY AND MORE for and Thursday evenings.
CLEWISTON.: TLA. ? g Fried Chicken: Sandwiches
reliable man or woman to Marlette 3-bedroom $6,850.00210x55' Recorded Music You are always: welcome to I
r- 0 service customers: in Clewiston.Tull Popular Bands 3-bcdroom
Marlette 3 fro kit. 4,950.00110'IGO' \
time. No Investment
or put Mr. sad Mrs. Win Wallace, '
ESTATE Write C. R. Ruble, Watkins Marlette Commander Deluxe 5,995.00l10'x43' Proprietors Mt Calvary Bgdl51
REAL for Sale Products; Inc.. Dept M-1, Rev. L. I M. Kitchens, Pastor

Special Vales P. O. Box 2447 Memphis, Tenn. Marlette "Holiday House" 3,475.00 Sunday Shod: 0:45 jn.
1JS4, Marietta lip 2-bedroom Morning Worship, 11:00.:
8 FOR SALE Hilton'
FRAME: DENHEAD Grocery
Two bed-- Evening Worship, 7.:JO pjn.
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Realer looms.Trailer..Lik new. Phone during l-10'i55: Marlette 3-bedroom 1/ baths 5,150.00 Groceries Fresh Moats Mrs. Emma Diaon. Reporter. ,

111 .. El Fas Ave.Chewl.h. office: hour YU 2-750L AprUc 1-Belmont: 10'iW, 2-1>edroom. fr. kit. 3,950.00 Cold Drinks Vegetable Essential* Items at Stephen A. M. E.

.. Fla.' TO 1-1411 FOR SALE-Psyron envelops 540 Acres 1-Cranbrook,10'150', 2-bedroom fr. kit. 3,950.00 Ws Appreciate Your Rev. Lee Jenkins, Pastor I

Very! PnfibM General Ifercrisndls business in coloryear. printed with form for social Adjacent to Clewiston. Patrouige' Regular church Mr'Iku-'nIe! '
l-Cranbrook.10'I5S' 4575.00 Mr..adflies
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IDcludec1ID PI1ce. Thls t deaD oper tic and Box of 500. OewlstonKw aub4lvIdIIIlJ'roatIDM 3-bedroom> Bunk Beds each month
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lot. J5n"idSn? North mde 01 Highway. Large ecrnor SALE!: Packard sedan. ,
Shade trees. May commercial desired FOR condition new bat :) Marlette, 2-bedroom, front
excellent. se beautiful{
apartment er djptex tery, new (ener. Ready to dining room like new,'priced right ELITE GROCERYGroceries

Three bedroom. CM baft tare corner_lot. 17300.rjeS" drive. knmaeulst. teriar. Glades Roofing Co. I
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I'or any of these extra special value call *,sh Job Cold Drinks_ Clewiiton News f

Frank Denmead 215 Acre Cleared Phone 2-7111 Also on display %The New Roll-R-Room" Other Items d

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Page Eight THE CLEWJS'1'Ol''( NEWS C1ew1atoa. Fla.Tbnuaday days; Info Service having trout finding rye. ,
AprIl 2, 1884 $12.50: or 10 days; Chris G. Surtoo and Billy Joe Cray each Vets kidney The best to fill Instead erf Just on*. ter 1WeeJt.Qd, O'atafonrdanday .
-- Pelekoudas, case continued: ; forfeited $35 bonds. they've replacemen to far to And greens will never have tb4a
Nancy Ellen Yohe, summons to- Assault and bat.terrfW1Iro By Frank E. VeUre baboon kidney, and I, for one, been more :yummy.
term of County Court included sued. Sierra $50 or 50 days; Bobby County Service Officer the human body one Want legs like tG ox? HaIrlike
Plea day in chose of Carl CoU'j\ chargedwith Failure to have vehicle under Turner and Frank Taylor, each holding permanent don't bit for blame rejecting it Even if the a bear? Nona like a.,bird F.P.C. workahop
speeding, and plead not $35 $35 or 35 days; Willie Sullivan, Veterans survive for long it do,'.? Heart like a I boneVWell James
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control-Reynold Rape) Gl Ute insurance policies ma1bon'oW patient did Crane,
guilty was placed under $35 bond forfeited; no driver's license $35 or 35 days amended; Willie 'to M per cent ot probably wouldn't be but white you'd probably! look like lessor of ark win 1S1OC1a1t 1
j' county court bond; George Jones, chargedwith under -George A.Butler, male Sweet, 175 bond forfeited. their policy up cash surrender until he started wringing! from some monster from outer space, nr workshop n dramas 4.
receiving money Failure to have vehicle under .
\ false pretenses-placed. under pressed; driving without lights value to meootlnancJal: emsr- some chandelier. but BOY, would you be FUNCTIONAL tag and Uaphlc..
Davis, at
control Wlnoua S35 or
The following cases were $50 bond. -Hugh Edward Sutton, $25 or genies, M. T. Bison! of the For you who have wished. Presbyterian n.v
heard at Hendry County Court 10 days and on a second charge: 30 days; Harry William Clark, Florida Department of Veterans had eye like a erabura, June IlJuly St. 1\1.\
Also pleading not guilty and $35 bond forfeited. Operating a sometimes you ; 31.
Plea Day, Monday with sentences of no registration tag, Sutton rollmem A.
today. dark wm
Affairs, said In the
could be
waiving. trial by Jury were Gilbert motor vehicle without a drivers'licenseLeroy cat so you see Attends Ford school 1bnJ1ecI"
pronounced by Judge Brow. 'was charged $25 or 10 day* while reducingthe sat atudenh and I
Frank This action soon be able to get
Bloom and Jack Taylor, $50 cr you may !
and N. Parsons: William Manhoff. both charged with Overwldth-Willie James Du- 30 days: Wlnona Davit $50 or amount of protection, does isfaction. Richard Phelps of Hendry aIMondJtJoned a t u dio1bk
conduct
Disorderly found rose, $25 or 10 days; driving leave the policy in force. On Motors, local Ford deal vaneed students ma
speeding. Both men were 30 days. Wilful and wanton County ,
Isaac Woodward, $75 or 75 Tired of fussing about tough .
while licenses. suspended Samuel the other hand, if the policy attended. Used Car Merchandising dependly, under
guilty and sentenced to $25 fine reckless driving Leroy Taylor, er, a
days; James Green $25 or 10 steaks? Have your old sissy
Lee Johnson, $150 or 50 cash, all High school
Is surrendered for protectlon school, juniors
days; Coy Fortner, :Mack Fortune or 10 days, each. $75 or 50 days; Oliui McCrory, flat molars exchanged farshark' presented by IIId IIIIIIa
10 mandat<< insurance !
days plus days r. under the are specially
Its Atlanta
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Jr., case continued. Ford Motor Company welcome
and James Earl Baxter Speeding John Ernst Paul teeth and you can grind b ,
Driving while intoxicated Allowing unauthorized ceases and cannot: be renewedor branch last week tend the studio progrT !
each forfeited $35 bonds. Edward Hunter, Jerome Moses, person said. up bones and all. And If you get ,tt
$200 reinstated Dixon II
' Depriving minor children of Virginia Norwood Barber Her Harry Lawrence Cooley to drive-Eva Eliz. Eady full too quickly while you wish Mrs. Phelps and the children ethers who are not
GI policy recuJar"
bond forfeited Norman Alfred Annual Interest on
necessary sustenance and rai bert Zschlegner and Barton ; Tixdale, $35 or 30 days; driving 4 centon you could keep on eating, trade accompanied .:Mr. Pbelpt and loge students.
I, Verrier case continued. Twenty- while intoxicated James loans is charged at per .
ment-Albert Wilcox :SO or 30 Jay Cook each $25 or 10 days;
dollar bonds were forfeited the unpaid balance. If not
five
Waters, $200 or 60 days plus license
days, plus immediately beginning Victor Merino Alfonzo, $50 bond
and :Martha added to the loan ,
by Katherine Roach revoked tor one year, plus paid it Is
support payments to chit forfeited $35 bonds forfeited ,
; Ann Monson, both charged with and begins to draw '
principal
10 days mandatory; driving on
dren. by Harry Lee Miller, Jr., Guy
Illegal exhibit of dangerous Wallace Albritton Charles Louis following too closely. wrong tide of road Joseph interest. EXPERIENCED MATURE

weapon-Jim McCray,$100 bond Dreuell. Jr., Harry John Griffin (Omitted from last week) Goldberg, case continued. Repayment on the principalon in
forfeited. No cab cardMileyEugene Eugene Goldberg, Harvey Contributing to the delinquency the loan may be paid ,
Zelgler, $50 bond es H Bundy, Richard Allen Griffin Cases heard Monday by Judge of a minor-Willie Johnson, amounts of $5 or any multiple
Parson at Hendry $50 or 50 days plus 30 mandatory thereof, and at any time before
Broward N.
treated; carrying of concealed L. A. Horsted, James Luther and
FOR
weapon Venancio Gerena, $75 Edwards, Gozalo Leyva, County Court Plea Day include ; withholding support from default in payment of premiums VOTE ELECT
or 50 days. George A. Butler and George the following: minor children Gene Smith. See your veteran county
Assault and battery-Johnnie :Maims, Jr. Twenty-five dollar Carthel A. Overman charged pleaded not guilty and was service officer for a loan ap-
Lee Buchanan: $50' or 25 daysplus bond estreated by Martha A. with beating! a board bill, plead placed under $100 bond until plication, or write Dixon at P.
10 days mandatory; Jessie Glaser, Maryann Mozzott, not guilty and was placed under next term of court. 0 Box 1437, St Petersburg.
Jack Bromfield. $50 bond for James Eugene Jackson Ira Lee $100 bond until next term Falsifying log book Elton FRANK L.
; felted; William Johnson $35 Dickinson, Feseor Dell, Bennie of County Court On a second Eugene Kent and Gordon Thomas Cattle dairy men
bond forfeited. Lee Wiley Howard George Hib- charge of disorderly; conduct. Hutte both forfeited $35
Vagrancy James Chummie, bert Jr., and Jerry Ray Goodnight Overman also plead not guilty bonds. No tag-Nelson Albee Fort PierceA
I $50' or 50 days, suspended. and was placed under $35 bond. Holt $25 or 25 days; doing at

Fernando Cerra, $30 or 10 Disorderly; conduct Walter business without a license number of Hendry county
Cases bound over to the next
Dawud Ibrahim Khalil Kara),
cattlemen planning to attend
were POLHILLState
$35 or 20 days; profanity-Walter
the annual Cattlemen'sand
Berry, $25 or 10 days; speeding of
-Lawrence Andrew Con- Dairymen's Field Day
the Indian River Field Laboratory -
AUNITED SUNSHINE STATE roy $25 or 10 days; $25 bonds
at Fort Pierce yesterday
forfeited for Scotty R. Riffle
and Roger Owen McKellern: ; afternoon.
MEET AND HEAR FLORIDA'SNEXT $35 bond for Arturo Victor Dr. J. R. Orscnlgo and Dr. RepresentativeI
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Fajardo; summons ordered for H. L. Chapmnn, Jr., of the Everglades
Station at
Ploy Lee Fudge, Jr Improper Experiment
GOVERNOR Belle Glade and Dr. A. E. Kret--
parking-Richard W. Dwight direct the
$35 bond forfeited. whmer, Jr., of the host laboratory I my energies to needsof
were scheduled speakers
L- Willie Powell
Drunkenness
and Calvin S. Reynolds, each during the,afternoon program, people in every area of life; I will
In PersonClewiston forfeited $25 bonds; Oats Ricks, Hugh Wetchel, St Luck County

case continued. Agent dinner presiding.A at Sbnonsen's. Restaurant act upon each issue with fair and impartial

climaxed the day. At

City Park Camporee at Jones the dinner, associate meeting agronomist Dave of S. judment; and will at all times remain

the Extension Service, was mas.
Monday, April 6 Fisheating CreekIf ter of ceremonies. end Dr. T, J. sensitive to the public welfare.In .
Cunha was the scheduled speaker
9:00: A.M. ,
kiY you see trucks, art and
buses loaded with Boy Scouts this spirit I seek to serve the
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peal through Qewhton headed Fuller's Follies .

know north that next weekend the GuUstreatn't you will By AL FULLER people of our county in the Florida Legislature. -

iCKinson$ Council's Compotes at Fish-
eating Creek is about to begin What a fantastic age to live .
..J Some 800-1,000 Scouts are expected Inl!
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to attend. "We are praying Scientists are splattering] rockets
CANDIDATE for OOVI! NOR r for deer weather," said against other planets. Engineers -
Mack Gasklns, Boy Scout Executive are building planes that Polhill For Progress
j of Gulf Stream Council: will carry you around the world
Moore Haven 10:30 a.m. The Council owns a large so swiftly\ you'll be back the
I, tract of land on which Camp day before you darted. Technicians
Okeechobee .12 Noon Tanah-Keetah is located, near have devised electronic
Vero Beach. However, Scouts VIGOROUS
brains which can solve in a flash PROGRESSIVE
.._....._- .._- have beard so much praise of highly complex problems that
Creek from local
Fisheating would take thousands of humans Political advertising paid by Frank Polhill Campaign Treasurer)
groups who have tamped there, months ,to accomplish
that\ they asked for one Campo.
Everything; is, or soon will be.
ree to be held in the Gladca
office equipment, and just about
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"push button." Cars, appliance,
e..t4
Council agreed, and the
everything! else'will make us the
date was set for April 3-4-5 first race in history to have flat wJ.
OVERSTOCKEDi weekend.
finger tips.

: Taking the front seat and not .
It's Sunny South to be outdone by anyone, are
: J the white-gowned surgeons with "Nothing (;1:: j7'could
i loaded with and used .
good new cars. for Doc Koch now their honed scalpels and curved
stitching needles. The
4 repair .
.
u T (CDoc) Koch returned they can do to a person these .r
; Our lot is bulging at the Monday evening from Evans- day are almost unbeUeveable. be sweeter" . :. : 4" a
r seams ton I1L, where he spent a week It won't be long until hospital ( .>>\ T

.., with his daughter :Mrs. Foster will have more replacement\ I'if'--
..' Crampton. and family. Easter parts for human bodice than than thisHARVEST ;'1',
: Was Is morning dawned with 12 inches garages have spare paN for
!) I of STEW falling, and the thermometer cars.

1963 Pontiac Bonneville i dropped to two degrees Already they have stashed
.i : !! $3395 below freezing during the away blood, eyes, bones, blood
Loaded Sharp """ $3595 day Florida weather was welcome vessels, cartilage and goodness SPECIAL-
.i on his return.
1 } knows what other little gruesome
During his vttit In Evanston tld-bUs. And no use to fret
: 1962 Chevrolet Impala' 2295 Mr. Koch's two sisters from anymore if some appendagegets
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t Kentucky and his brother from sliced off. Good d' Doc will
Coupe real sharp """"" 2495 California Joined the family for )jOlt sew it back 011.Got.xll.OI'IBD 30" or 36" Caloric
a reunion visitSugarland that's poopedout

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1961 Chevrolet 1 4-door 1395 Just step over :there to the refrigerated range- '
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PIZZAYU you Of need.course tight now acetic of for a limited time I

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