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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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'OLtJ\1E 37 NUMBER 15 CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL I. 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed See. 145.1. PJt Subscription $4.00 yearlaning ,, r s "Y


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SR 80 first. .Ml EDITORIAL






ickinson tells voters Ne.


Vote Y

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The 4-lanlng of the highway the governor's race today and which damaged this industry '

Southern boulevard In added "we expect to stay would cause our section: to go tlJil WI. -. '-
rout Beach to meet US there." He asked for the support into a depression "I am the ---
Lest' Waning Palm at South Bay will of all the people in the only man in the race who has ForIT' SWEETS TO TIlE SWEET would fee the the Florida exhibit at the World's Fair. Lento

,., first order of business Inbe area. "This Is where' I waa born been working with Congressand appropriate title to this picture. V.s. Sugar right Miss Natalie Bingham Eastern AirLines

the Dickinson administration" and raised. U we stay together with the U. S. Departmentof Corporation President II. T. Vaughn U poor- hostess Mayor Tom Jones, Miss Llllane I

U Fred 0 "Bud" Dickinson we can win. I ask your hand Agriculture for increased sugar DickinsonThe lag samples of raw sugar from the ClewUtoo Case Florida development commission Interpreter

audience of some' 200 perm and help and heart and your quotas" he ash "We must Sugar House for the benefit and education ef who speaks several languages, Mr.

j an i m Clewiston Monday mora- prayers la this race." continue to help this industry A ..... girls who 'will be among the hostesses at Vaughn and Chamber of Commerce President

Dickinson: discussed with local grow and expand. We must More L. BUhop.STAFF PHOTO.

gubernatorial aspirant citizens the importance of keep foreign sugar out and we

The peered to be "shook up" in the sugar industry pointing out must find foreign markets for

than one by the poor that any adverse happening (Continued on Page 31)
friend
tore ways News this week adds its endorsement to a
{edition of SR 80 from West Since World's Fair hostesses.
and neighbor Fred O. "Bud" Dickinson for Governor:

palm Beach to Clewiston."SunExpress The Over and Dickinson was born and raised In the adjoining county of
ickinson campaign bus 2,500 employees guests !
," crept along atJ Palm Beach, It is almost instinctive that Hendry county
e part of the high- should move Into his fold. There Is I much to be said for the

mph over reported and he wasout prospect of having a governor. who Is so well acquaintedwith

lay, be 30 minutes behind sched- enjoy U.S. Sugar harvestend activitiesbe our areaHowever get Clewiston briefing :

e on arrival Some 2.500 persons enjoyed Sugar House Joined the festivities much we lIke the Idea of seeing our neighbor

j The 42-year old native of West the Harvest End barbecue: of at Clewiston, and many In the Governor's office, it behooves every citizen to go beyond

}aim Beach "called the road' United States Sugar Corporationat of them came for the weekend.In such friendly feelings In choosing the man for this A bevy of Florida World'i Clewiston America's Sweetest extended official: greetings of

(Death Alley, and said it was the dewiaton Sugar House the evening the dance at Important office. This brings us to a close scrutiny of all Fair hostesses visited briefly Town" had been erected. Pausing the community during the coffee

r isle to drive all safely Flort-0Wt'"People Saturday at noon. They were Sugarland Auditorium was' preceded the candidates for the Democratic nomination; we must in Clewiston Saturday morning here to be photographedwith break. Mrs. Lanier )!re.

from over and employees of the corporation by the annual awarding know their beliefs; we must know what they stand for and on a get-acquainted tour of the the president of U. S. Sogat Vaughn Mrs. S. C Fry Mrs.

i use this highway tourists u.it many and members of their families of service emblems to those employees what they oppose; we must know how well they can main state sod' were thoroughly In Corporation H. T. Vaughn, E. L. Stewart Mrs O. A. Jones

ands of It Is aa outragedisgrace. who had only 10 day before whose terms of service tain themselves under fire and }row they will be able to' doctrlnated 'with dewfcton's the girls were ushered inside Mrs. F. E. Conkllng and Mrs.

ry season. It must be 4'ned '' ended the seven day a week reached 5. 10, IS or multiple of create and to hold contacts with people and perspectivewith famed hospitality by the local' where a sugar industry display M. L. Goodwin prepared the-
grinding' season Close of the five years President H. T. all Chamber of Commerce' representatives. drew their attention.Emphasizing corsages.
and It must be made safe events over this great, lengthy populous and varied -
harvest at the beginning\ of Vaughn and the department the "Sweetest As the girls! boarded their bus
t Is now 30 years too late. Holy ,Week postponed the festlvttles -. heads took part in this brief state. And we must see that our governor is a man The bus stopped at the Clew Town" theme, each hostess wa to leave, they found in eachseat

|Dickinson advocated return lor one week but the delay ceremony and expressed appreciation who can represent Florida with friendly grace, who can beta Inn where a "Welcome to given a corsage made of small a small packet of sugar
auto license rates to their did not dampen the enthusiasm lor the splendid cooperation combine dignity with warmth and can project our Image celVophane envelopes of raw sample and Chamber literature

atus of a year ago saying of the crowd. of the staff and every well in the many opportunities he will have beyond our sugar and of Dixie Crystal sugar to which was attached a

|uto are now a necessity tot Before the announced hour of member of the organization. borders. Contractors open cubes. Matching boutonniers tiny Seminole dollDemocratic
people and the needed linee'formed! at the main Starting at 11:43 the awarding were pinned on the men accompanying -
noon We therefore cast ballot 5th for Dickinson.
|inds should be raised by some entrance of the sugar house, of service emblems to the colored our on May the party.', Orange juice

ier method. He said prayer and there were still persons entering employees] was' made In a new paint store pastries and coffee were served Rally
I Bible reading must be con.ned the line at 1 o'clock. Serving brief ceremony in the boiler on the lower patio at tables
I in Florida schools even room preceding the barbecue centered 'with bright arrangements
barbecued beef and pork
of
Sidney and Gene Gould of
I this is+ done through teachingem the Brunswick stew, Cole slaw, City sets new Fort Myers announce the grand of fresh spring flowers.\ dates complete 1 I
as history.. He ..troIII7'vocated relishes. and ice cream and cake sewage opening of Gould Bros. Paint The official greeters committee
composed of Mayor and I
long improve- was
range
was speeded by double but to Glades Gas on
up Store next The political rallies, sponsored
Jients to Florida schools) and, Mrs. T H. Jones, Jr., Chamberof
lines
fet tables before which the Sugarland Highway: by the Democratic Executive -
President and
Commerce
Florida road
system.
the
passed. The brothers have been in the Committee of Hendry county I
I at More L. Bishop!. Mr. ands
Dickinson applauded and Mrs
was The sugar floor was trans rates assessmentThe painting and contracting! business will be held on April 21, 23
Sr.. Mr. and
fcverai interval as he spoke. to ) H. T. Vaughn
formed with palm leaves' gay for over,U years both as and 30., according to announcement
house follow 141'1. W. H. ,Lanier and County
at the
pen sugar balloons and paper streamers. Individuals and 'working' for of A. O Ward, chairman,
Commissioner and Mrs. Campbell
kg a brief appearance in the Band of dewis- assessment rate on Carlos and Fred (
The Sugarland property tomey Dickey building contractors this 'week Harlem 'will hold its
fly Park where a group ofal ton High School played during affected by Phase No. 1 of Greene, representing the firm The future new residents of f E. NalL rally on Tuesday April 21 in
residents had gathered to the dinner hour and received the city sewage system was set of Gee and J ellllOft, consulting Clewiston are not strangers The Florida Development! the Harlem Gymnatorium:
ism.Dickinson. warm applause from the diners at S3 IS per front foot Monday engineers who designed the here having previously paintedthe Commission, 'which selected) the Ctewlston's rally 'will be on

| described himself Employees from the Bryant night when the City Commission sewage plant and system. Clewiston News addition, girls and arranged their state Thursday April 23, in Sugar d
in first or second place in held its public hearing on the Greene reported the cost of the Hendry County Fair Exhibit tour requested that they be land Auditorium and LaBd ie's

assessment roll and the rate Phase 1 of the system was building! the Cane Court given a briefing on the sugar will be on Thursday April 30,
structure This was SS cents 1153.11055, and this cost per and Okeechoboe Motels and industry and a glimpse of Su in the LaBeUe High School

Chamber plans'coffee' lower than the anticipated 13.SO mltted the reduction of the front presently have a contract for garland Ranch. Mr. Vaughn Gymnatorium. All rallies beginat
assessment foot assessment to 1X15. painting the new Country dub gave a summary of the sugar 8 p.m.Fred .
industry and expanalon of the
AU.e- rates in the city .will be chairman
I Tbe sewage assessment roll building! industry and Sidney Crochet C. Slkes
will fall into one of two classifications showing the totyl 1151,11055. The new business 'will offer boarded their bus to brief themon of the Clewiston rally and
meeting : residential, and all John Coins will be I
was accepted without comment a complete paint contracting! the cattle project enroute Principal
other. Residences will pay a from any of the several citizens service paints and accessoriesand to Sugarland Ranch where they chairman at the LaBelle rally

I Directors of the Chamber of held at the membership minimum of S3.90 and a maximum attending or from the commissioners an interior-exterior decorating paused to drive through the Plans for the Harlem rally
MRS. BEATRICE FHEEDE of SO.00, the amount varying themselves. service They will feature by Precinct
| mmerce decided to hold a coffee break" meeting. cattle thaw barn Wore leaving are being completed
poffee break" meeting for all The membership committee with the amount of water Among those attending the BLP Mobile paints. for Avon Park where they had Committeeman and Committeewoman -
amber members In the inv reported 119 paid up members BPW Pres-Elect used during the month. The bearing and meeting were Mr. During the grand opening lunch. A. A. Thomas and Mrs.
Niate future chief purpose of which equals the record membership residence rate Is S3.50 for the and Mrs. Al Pearlman Mr. and Thursday Friday and Saturday Mayor Jones and Mr. Blshoo Mamie Meclrsy.t I

Ihich will be to make the legal of the Chamber. first SSOO gallons of waterused Mrs. G G. Suggs, Mrs. Sarah they are offering freed "glads" .

>pi necessary! to transfer thefts The publicity and promotion for meetMrs. ; and 50 cents per thousand Fountain Ross LaByer Bob to their visitors and other I Ii
coming gallons for all over SSOO. with tadverUaed elsewhere
of the Chamber to the committee reported on entertainment Hammock M. M. Prewltt. "Cor. specials
Txiration. and to complete of the World's Fair a maximum of SO The maximum ky" Blair and 3 D. QuInton. In this issue of the News
Beatrice Freede presi was set to avoid penalizing II
and the
Saturday
,, Hostesses on
corporation
organization
Federation homeowners who use city
dent-elect of the Florida % I
I Notices of the meeting wiU be work of the group' of ladies who
of Business and Professional water to sprinkle their lawns Band
1 en as required by charter and made the the donation corsages of tor the the refreshments girls Women's dubs will be and gardens; because this water Sugarland r jsumes

speaker at the district does not Increase the amountof
11k directors met at theodes by the Clewiston Inn. the workshop
Pit Room Tuesday at Other committee reports reflected meeting of these clubs iaOwiston sewage. "concert in the irk" Sunday 4

> with Moye Bishop presid- activities of the Chamber April 19th. The rate for all users, not p \.z2 h

g. Wm C. BosweQ chairmanthe in planning for the remainder The meeting will be held in single family residences, is a The Clewiston High School music from "South Pacific" J
industries the Clewiston Inn, said Mrs. S3.:90 minimum which pays for .
and future "
committee of this years. Sugarland Band wilt present Its -lbKlag and 1, "Carousel"and
;ported Harriet ZJUe!. president of the the first S300 gallons! of water
that J.
E. Beardsky Attending the meeting were first "Concert in the Park" this "Porgy and Bees," as wellas
d been selected for recognWf W. T. StIlt John Corbin. A. HLp local club, and representatives used and 100 per cent of the Sunday April 12th at I p.m. music by Victor Herbert
for his services to indus- Vann Ross LaByer. J. E.Beardsley. from all clubs In the 8th district water bill for aU above J.SOO
: will This concert is the first of six Stephen Foster and John Phillip i
I.*. in the move to give ctate- Beryl Bowden, Car- will attend. Mrs. Freede gallons. annual spring concerts held Sousa.

|de recognition to the various rol Benson H. T. Vaughn Jr. conduct tileUbICJ session The commission simplified each Sunday afternoon in City Also featured with the band

PWWM moving or having a L. Crochet R. W. Kelly. W. prior to !the luncheon.Brown ia bookkeeping by grouping all Park adjacent to die Recreation will be student soloists Ken
f T beginnings! In the state At H. Lanler W. C. Bo wel1. John Mrs. Catherine other users into one class as Center WsrrenFletcher

P fr-mtation wqiest of the board, the ED ngton. President Bishop and chairman of the local. committeeoa InwstlgftUon into several other The music to be presented will Young, euphonium trombone and Joe HI
of the Pirkle. arrangements.OFFICE rate structures made
award will secretary Mrs. Stella suggested
music by
be typical of outdoor concerts: Elder cornet, plus
little difference in the s
very featuring overtures walt.zIN..bow the band's popular dixieland
but required
amount charged tunes, soloists and marches. combo "The Sugar Swings."
additional bookkeeping Special items will include Other plans for the series Include
Connections are now being local
an art exhibit by
made Into the sewage system.
artists and a guest band for one
There will be a S50 connectfee Teach your children concert.
set fcc all users who connect -
The program for the first con
into the system after it is
will Include "Loy.ltyMardi.
cert : rI
placed in operation. This fee 'traffic safety ." Bennett; "Donna Jua- '
win be "waived for those users nlta Overture. Fran Van
into it from the
who connect:
Suppe; "Royal Air Force
+ of Its operation. TIle I
y beginning I. March." DavJes; "Hawaiian
commission set April IS as the .
Somba. Slebert; "Trees, Has.bach
date for start of the connect Coates --I:
; "Sleepy Lagoon ;
period, and assessment bills and "South Pacific Selections"!
will be mailed to all property ,. HELP by Richard Itodgers. ,

owners on phase 1 by this date. All concerts begin at J p.m.
There will be a >>dar period YOUR t
after April IS Allowed lor prospective )
users to get their _
plumbing permit fcc connecting Fire damages

r to the system.' (CA S3 lee is
charged tat this permlW. SO- auto Saturday

day period after the permit is
Issued win be allowed far eonuetlng Fire from an unknown source
to the system. I LOL damaged aa automobile ownedby
For all those woo fall to s4PETY PA % Wallace Story about 5 o'clock MISS LYNN VAUGHN .f Clewistes, Is skews the inheres
'
sect into the system during= Saturday afternoon as it was he will fee wearing. each day this summer, when she. serves
---.- on) Central Avenue In hostesses at the World's
period a $I0 connect fee wO be parked ss one ef tile Fang Week Cemnty \
lQny: .. past ex- of the dewiston News of and weB
ISSTAUED !* OF THE z.... tilers, Oa7ft.ibwa. front Fair la New York. Sid. Taylor tderisle tea

CI.Ewts-roN ....0.., ...... .**. .hair sited ruler sad .,.ar trustee back 1eW. Mara Tom Jones presided sit ClewistonPolice fice. "fln'was. confined to'the ....... area peneaaUiy ls assisting with. erteattag tile girls
hua05Yep WedMadar I Dire Fatllso. leading kmlgMS sUefcar Hstt'sea. the meeting of the commission City: of The fa their dalles. Miss Vsagtut U daughter' ef President sad

rI t, Ien, ..... .plalaJ Mlfki taebsde Ray WIJUa, left_tem exalte rmler. and B* .... ......- and at GIlt hearing Present back seat started, and from ls presumed a dcareLThe to Mrs. H. T. V.e... ...., ef CA Segar Cerpsrstkn. wheee.

tttee .. Ieduta. ed loyal kmlgk.Fss exalted frier rarbWwu. were all eommljslooen,-F, C. have called Bryant Sagas B.... Is ooe of Palm Beach _tr.. newest
bI.tJ CutIe Bky, tetef fIN department was
nard 5cretart1; B eddy Hedges. treessrer. Quit Sao ... radial w .......-, emr.nAn. rBOTO. Slkes.Matson Elsa and McCarthy Leon Bemhry R. At G. Department out to extinguish fee blaze. 1lldutrW.Two .

Kesau "&ilia.. apart Richard
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freak hall and rainstorm. THE
Pap Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston IT*. GUEST EDITORIAL a Elbert Stewart announced as TO Ship More Spent Leis

Thursday, April 9. 1964 Section One candidate for representative.He LETTERS EDITOR Your Dollars
served 1931 and was the Go
CLEWISTON NEWS An object lesson for FloridaIF Democratic nominee In 1933 but .. Farther on Rea Express

Everett Burchard won !the: po- March 30, 1964
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston' YOU believe "It can't happen here," that Florida's cltlon in the November General Mr. S. H Stalls, Editor Phone YU 2-2141 For Pick up & Delivery SelV

Florida, by The Clewistan News, Inc., a Florida Corporation agriculture can't be seriously affected by urbanization, just Election and served as representative The Clewlston News e!
session.
!" ." ", Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927. at the read on: In the 1934 Clewiston Clewlston. Florida
,I "California is losing foot by foot acre by acre Mr Stewart came to Mr. Stalls:
Dear
t Post Office in dewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of of the First
: 1 March I, 1871t.r e one of Its most precious possessions: Its rich Incredibly productive In 1923 as cashier The contribution of your
r I farm land To day, in southern California Orange Bank of Clewiston. newspaper to the Amateur Athletic -

I NATIOHAi EDIT011AL County, bulldozers are rooting out citrus trees at the TWENTY YEARS AGO Union activities have not THE MONEY
;M QRIDq IA TI ON rate of 3,000 acres a year, and this county Is virtually out (From Oewlston News gone unnoticed at all levels of
">' "F 4 t of the running as a citrus producer." April 7, 1944)) administration In our Union. ". hare laved ,h I
f r. ACTmN : p Given above is an excerpt from a recent United Press- Tho Red Cross War Fund Through the articles in your year must throu4., It '
MlMIf' Subscription Rates 4.00 International news story. Here are a few more quotations: campaign. brought in 13.452 with newspaper, the program of the e' shared now 1ft POll
per year chairman of the A. A. U. has been materially wIth lIncle
0 "There's a new worry in California. Where, with more M. W. Bigg as Sail,
f'; Oc (Return Postage Guaranteed) drive. strengthened in your section: of one ones
; I" successful said .
: and more farmland covered, will the state's food come very "Two
J: rIQN BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher from? Already, urban development covers 2.5 million A sudden drop of temperature Florida. are inescapable| dealt
J 1' i S. H. STALLS Managing Editor acres most of it land that was formerly used for agriculture. to 44 degrees brought a pre- We recognize the many do- fans." IiIII
'
e ',:f Telephone: Justness and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 By 1975 the California Department of Agriculture estimates Easter cold epell to Clewlston. maw for "space" In your
"}I; ( Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves cities will 4 million light frost "was reported. columns Often this .same plea How untrue) While taxes or. In.ieopabU
half of
cover acres, nearly the prime Onto
F \ the right to reject any objectlonal: advertisement! land In the state."Agriculture The Smaller War Plants Corporation elsewhere does not find a receptive w. might b. free from death en ***
THD NEWS aaeumee no reeponelblllty for the return of unsolicited In Washington issued a "ear" to. an organization
manuacrlpte or photoiraphe on a large scale is already thing of the
a
THE NEWS aaeumea no financial b decision in the application of sponsoring an all-out program ". He that hearer word and '
tlloorrr.: : UWv.if
srtphlcal errors or commlMlone In advertliement past in Los Angeles and Orange counties, which were once LaBelle farmers for a loan for for the boys and girls of my m bin!ijd
of nich errore before the next leeue of the' paper will reprint correct the citrus centers of the West As more subdivisions move the farm me,/hah, everlasting/ fits ." John 5:44, *
mill requiring
', I r that part of the adTertleement In which the error occurred. a sugar the nation. It has been our experience
la the event a time element would render the correction values In, the citrus growers move out to Arizona, to the great ers to put up 40 per cent of the that in those area Community Presbyterian
h.. the News will reduce tb. price' 01 the ad..rtl..mont bF an Central Church
amount equal to the percentalo of the total spate a. the erroneous Valley of California, to the relatively low-populated cost of the mill In cash. where amateur athletics are 407 Royal Palm
Avenue
or omltt.d copy repreeented. lands In the southeast comer of the state." D. G McCormick, president of given apace In the columns: of HENRY HORBELI, FORD

The lesson for Florida Is quite obvious. Our state, the group of farmers, asked for the dally press that the program M: A.M. Bible School' : P.M., M1n1ster Youth
however, is far more limited than California In lands suitable a new' hearing so the matter can Is flourishing. 11:00:: AM.e Worship yew

; ,i ( Duty honor patriotism for citrus and winter vegetables. Agricultural lands in be reopened for discussion andnegotiation. Under the leadership of Gene SERMON SUBJECT

the metropolitan areas of Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Orlando Fuller, the Recreation Department
< 1 Fi are being swallowed up by urban developments at A. H King took a croup of In your city had a dynamic "YOUR SPECIAL GIFT

r these must never fade away an alarming rate. Plnellas: County, once a major citrus 35 Camporee Boy; Scouts end praised to Lake the Wales behavior .far-sighted leader. But and What to Do with It"Experienc.d
i producing area, is almost completely urbanized. without your whole-hearted Cooperation
John
and leadership ot
I I' (The following editorial on the death of General Mao High land costs in Hillsborough County have made Barton, Emory Campbell. Clifford Gene would not have
Arthur was written for the Fort Myers News-Press by Richard large-scale fanning prohibitive. Too, land reclamation in Beatty, and Danny Martin, been able to accomplish his objective -
!P::1 Powell, Fort Myers novelist, who served on MacArthur's many areas of the state requires costly drainage systems patrol leaders. in a worthwhile program
staff during the final year of World War IL Powell, a lieu- and soil building programs. Oviedo Rlgelster and Wood of organized spots competition

( tenant colonel, went overseas as chief news consor for Florida has a "Green Belt" law designed to protect row W. Chezum were marriedin and physical community. fitness
I' i MacArthur's theater of operations and later became executive agriculture. But so far, as witnessed by a suit against the Belle Glade by the Rev. J. H. for, the youth in your

.. \( : officer of MacArthur's public relations office) The editorial Osceola County tax assessor, it hasn't been too effective Dillard.
The A. A. U. really deeply
''; : is reprinted here from the Fort Myers News-Press) Agribusiness is Florida's largest industry and the back. TEN YEARS AGO appreciates your keen Interest

f : 1 In October of 1944, Gen. Douglas MacArthur waded ence.bone of its economy. Let's profit from California's1 expert (From Clewlston News, In the programs of our Union. I

ashore on Leyto while assault still April 8, 1954)) Sincerely,
troops were mopping
up
I t' J Florida Grower The first girls to serve on the
and
Rancher STEPHEN M. ARCHER
.
the beachhead, wearing his famous with its
: .f .cap worn.gold safety patrol of Clewlston Elementary Secretary.
:
1 braid. Members of his staff begged him not to go ashore, "lien" School, Lyn, Vaughn t'
I J or at least not to wear the famous cap where Jap snipers statements fir property : and Sharon Bembry, were Let's Return CtptUJ
owners which
will take
tj y j might be lurking. e Sonny Sez of the Joy for awtfle. Meanwhile some praised by their teachers for Student Council

,I 1 J 1 MacArthur said calmly, "I have a job to do and until I the first rainy season the their\ efficiency.Cribbs and Frankie talent SPESSARDLHOLLAND I
finish It the bullet has rest of us will "wish we had been Carolyn programThe t ,
not been made that will kill me. tied In too. Worley, both of LaBelle. won S
I ,::1 : his "Bud" Dickinson stepped from the county; epelling contest with Student Council of Clew
During 84 of life
he
years did jobs and did
r '5' I thekn brilliantly. As a cadet at West many Point he his mobile, ) headquarters Monday The City Is also rushing to Carolyn, first place, and Fran- lston High School Is sponsoring TO THE UNITED STATES SEMATI
made the vowing the. first completion restrooms at thesoftball Talent Show at Sugarland
official
i j' j, highest marks In 25 He act tie, runnerup. a "I want 10 ..prell my tlncartI snSs tea L eouate.
: years. was the youngest brigadier he did ** governor would be to field on Trinidad Avenue Mrs. F. R. Maxwell motherof Auditorium Friday night April 109', In not being able to Mar,. d se bees .
?I ,i !I. general in World War I. He became the youngest super- complete four-lanlng from Clew- which will be most wet Mrs. Glenn Etherton, died in 10 at 8:00, according! to Harold travel con'tantl during this pole' c.aacanpoign .
;1 intendent of Wrist Point. He became the youngest chief of iston to West Palm Beach. He comed during the summer a Miami hospital after a long Estep. = lhs acute auar.r IM A e.whi
I staff of the U.S. Army. He was the architect of land victory Is well aware of the present months of men's league and illness. Local talent "will perform for Store he of my ran. : bra ,
dldacy for m-.ladIOll 01
your
j over the Japanese. As situation of midget baseball. .,
military of Japan he "falling apart 27"
governor seta Terry OBanlon of LaBelle your enjoyment United Stara sn.to but I .
M RMt tI .. ......
., ; record that is perhaps unique in all history: He) took over and bad I few choice 'words for won first place among boys In Tickets are being sold from far at hie critical period It atom" .... 1ame, C.
a conquered but fully-armed nation of 80 million that too. Chatted with acting city judge would not 6n. wise to leave
) people the Moat Valuable Student Conteat door to door and will also be Miltee.
; t and ruled it without bloodshed, winning the His arrival "was about 40 mdnntes Carlos Dickey :Monday and he the Wathlngton and ]have .Florida: Moooow .f lint G.rws
respect of the sponsored by Elks sold at the door. Donations an not ,....._toe( In Cong...... AI *
,i ti" Japanese. He fought a difficult war In Korea, hampered late which "was attributed commented about the extremely Lodges of Florida, and Gwen- 1100 for adults and 50c for your sor Senator. I might DOl.......IIM .1 --W
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by-orders not to attack the bases of the Chinese armies to the One road condition Besides large number of DWI cases dolyn Pace of LaBelle won third students point Out that, the l Influence 0I.M1-,
,, beyond the Yalu River. supporting the better road being made both locally and In place. Both were sponsored by and the power o.an Individual. .k M.sber of ... Sails Ise.
program, he also noted in the county., While serving the dewlston Elks Lodge No. 1853 Sonata' I. .wry Iarv.l" dun/ .eatk Shade, Cm S a
," .I:: He may have been then greatest general this nation has Moore Haven that he had never USAF In the Republic of Texas. and both received $400 scholarships. At conventionof t.rmlned b" tho" SENIORITY he s.nebr H.llud.. / lito ha
hal analeed ... ..... 'M YSpeusard
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ever produced. During taken part In the a similar situation existed and edlval"
World War II he never had enough any controversial Holland II now wn.runelilr. of HmdiE. dIg
_,t f; troops and equipment; most of the troops went to Europe, lake division. from its conception the Texas legislature passed a A. L. Stephens had a month's Florida banksC. hll ISth year at e member MUlleN of Pellet II hi.of .
,Ii i + and and compulsory Jail sentence of the United States Senate ... ,., .
I" In tho Pacific the Navy had first call even though it was leave from the U. S. dsgend'
Navy
it ment. In spite of these on men and equip against his home county, lengthening periods for such offenses V. Parkinson chairman of from Florida and h. Is bits the"..... of jobs sea. IIn
; ..I r. handicaps he defeated far more the decision had been made to which quickly turned the and he and Marfle enjoyed a the board of the First Bank of the order of Seniority In the tulll aeseNh a... e".y
7' ; numerous Japanese! forces, and did It two weeks lghtseetng trip Democratic tnambanhlp of the ae ale
at
an trend. The Clewlston .f evsry see Ie
amazlnglydow number attended
drlv.er'
the annual
r>
,; \ change the division and was a of .
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In
price AJericarl1Ives. From through Florida Sena'' .... 01 flarid..
j the time he took the road matter of record as far license cues perked though" convention of the Florida Bank-
j'1 back to the Philippines, his troops had 12.209 killed In ac u be is concerned the matter M a result as the '1ll r-1nt1u. Mrs W K. Blxby and Mrs. en Association last weekend.
a. 'i tion, 971 missing and 46,319 wounded Total counted Jap Is settled. core drivers Fred Sikes who had attended The convention was held in SPESSARD I,
".i. I anese dead were 314.104 For every American battle! case -.- led driven to take them! West Palm Beach meetings ex- Miami! Beach.
1, ualty there were five dead Jape. For AmErican was operating a lone Girl Scout A
... t:. ed In action there were 25 dead Japanese.He every. kill Mr. Chamber of Commerce Committee the operation of the
Jack Fry, still shakes! his bead "Girl Scout Areas Clewlston Today; when newlyweds feather

i i ; was, of course, a man around whom thunderclouds with disbelief that "SRD Chief | It's History Now "was operating a long Girl Scout their nest, you'll usually find I
\ .' :" of controversy boiled and flashed, and he made countless Engineer J7 Brown was unaware Troop, not a member of any; four parents who have been
enemies. of the wrong type of area. plucked.

patching material had been THIRTY YEARS AGO
: : He began; making Important enemies as superintendent used In patching the new four-" (From Clewiston News, .

'i of West Point, 1919-1922, when liberalized the course of lanlng for nearly two months April I, 1934))

1 ,.4 'l, study by putting more emphasis on English, economics, The a "routine misuse check"was discovered. seems on The teachers ot Hendry county CHEVY n by Chevrolet '

I I government and history. (Army conservatives didn't t see there has been too darn much received the balance of ..alar.Ie. .

C how a knowledge of those subjects could help to win a war) routine checking: and not enough due them on last ;year salaries How to get away from it all including the high cost of travel !
1k! He made enemies among officers of the US. Army Air specific checking. from fund allotted Hendry

... I Corps in 1925 when he sat on the court martial that tried -.e- county., The school board then
: and convicted Gen. Billy Mitchell, the spokesman for air told the county commissioners: A Chevy II Station Wagon Is the way to get the spare tank. And now that It'a Trade 'N' Travel

I power of offenses against military discipline. Mitchell had that Comment. was made Monday it would accept the offer made wholt/ family there and back on a small vacation ___ Time at your Chevrolet dealer's,you'll never End;
It looked
like
_44_ publicly criticized the War Department for negligence in Club had possibly "two the for Rotary six" In February to allocate 17,900 budget You get 76 cur ft. of cargo space for.less lf' '' a better time to buy a Chevy II. Tiere'i a WI'
applying the lessons of air power. One member of the In the tree planting game on' to the school board which the than you'd pay for most sedans.You get money. DADE'N'TRAVR range of engines and transmissions to chaos
tl'y I I court voted to acquit Mitchell Was it MacArthur? He Central Avenue A nearby Klwanlan school board refused. However, saving, easy-care features, too And youll go to 11ME from. And whatever you pick, you can be stir

I i j never hinted how he voted; he merely did an unpleasant quipped that was par the not renew county the commission offer, and would the] far between gas stops youll think V. built In a youH always get a good run for your mone)'.
.' duty and accepted the bitter comments that resulted. for the Rotarians they had lea 1n.eaM news-
amount which the county board 11'ap.
1 to sow and mow! f'A.rprJNaas 4-VoarStalu/*
: He made a large tough<;/ block of enemies in the early -- gave the school board was T
'J 1930s when he advocated that the Marine Corps be abolished ; S3,000. u

There was good reason for his stand, the Marines Without fanfare the new sewage The Clewiston U. S. Engineer r t
were being system has slipped Into operation office and the U. S. Sugar Corporation -
meraly used .III
as policemen. The results of his
and the
completion of were preparing exhibits -
stand were good\ for the the ttdmlrals
country and
Marine
;
"one giant step" of progress for lor the 4-day; long Bean e tt
I Corps generals looked for ways to justify the continued ext Clewbton. Festival at Belle Glade. i l !
it istence of tha corps and began; developing the amphibious t'Il''
Tie-Ins
are being mad as An experimental planting ot I
'f j' landing tactics that useful World .
were so in War II.
rapidly n possible and only the rhubar on Otto Larsen Farm

; He made more enemies In the depression days when, usual number of adjustments" by N. S. Keppler of Fort Myers '
J +I. he was ordeted to remove that sad and bewildered are being required, meanwhile produced 13 acres of fine crop,
1 of veterans, the Bonus Marchers, from the Anacostla group Flats City, Hall is preparing, the but was severely damaged,by

..i, ; In Washington Many liberals never forgave him for this,
although he was acting under orders of the President
'. See the following Motile Homes on display at' 'the
;. ; In World War II many of his troops called him Dugout
Doug (he was gassed and wounded In the First World War,
I t'; and took countless risks in ther Second World War), and CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES

: the Navy sang contemptuous songs<;/ about him, and back 1-12'x60' Marietta 3-bedroom $6,850.00210x55'
In the War
r J Department many generals wished he would
a sit quietly in Australia and let them get on with the 'war in Marlette 3-bedroom, fr. kit. 4,950.00

}, Europe. 1-10'x60' Marlette Commander DeLuxe 5,995.00
'
r' 7 In the Korean War President Truman relieved him of l-10'x43' Marlette "Holiday'House" 3,475.00

duty because MacArthur resented the fact that the Chinese 2-bedroom
i ; armies were allowed a sanctuary beyond the Yalu River.
l-lO'xSV Marlette 3-bedroom, 1#baths 5,150.00
i Probably it was a good Idea to relieve MacArthur: he was
not th. kind of man to send to fight a war that he wasn't 1-Belmont, lO'xSO", 2-bedroom fro kit. 3,950.00

I supposed to win. 1-Cranbrook,10'x50', 2-bedroom, fro kit. 3,950.00 f-

It will take the historians a hundred years to sort out 1-Cranbrook,11Yx55', 4,575.00

all the* facts bearing on these controversies, but one fact 3-bedroom, Bunk Beds1Esqmre,10'xM'
can be sorted out now. MacArthur had a very clear and
simple motivation behind anything he did: duty, honor, 2-bedroom, Itf bath 4,850.00REPOSSr9SED : )
-
country Here, in truth, was a man who was larger than -

life. Most people make their decisions because they are 55'xlO' Marlette
t happy or sad, or hungry or afraid or angry or bored or cold: 2-bedroom, front :

If these ordinary feelings touched MacArthur, he did not 'dining room, like new, priced right
let them Influence; his decisions He did,things because of
,his principles. Low: Down Payment Bank Bate Financing l t$ TtT DEpJt III CIIDIa>f<; aanu. t *
tan n i coma tm worni n# a 18ll."Chuck" > wasuxW
.
U.S. 27 East YU 2-2661 -- --
Countless poor Jokes have) been made about MacAr ,
thurs statement that "Old soldiers never'die. they just fade -

away." If the memory of this man fades from our minds, Also on display The New Roll-R-Room
then the concepts of duty and honor and patriotism may Wells ;
also fade, and the future of this ,nation will be'doubtful.Let The Cabana on Wheels Motor Co.: lilt
US trust that Gen. Douglas MacArthur has not finished

and will never finish, the job he can do for our country. Sugarland Highway

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ther over the year Increase: of dewiston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON :NEWS Pap Three'
Glades
Gas, Vets info service 4.8 per cent In February 1* Thursday, April I, 1964 Section ODe f
continuing evidence Indicating t
By FRANK E. VELTRBCeanty banner business year In 1964,"
Parkinson win ea vice effleer Brown aakLFurther luring, up 13,200 to 242.000;
Brown stressed, wholesale trade, 13,000 to 107* I
Rufus H, Wilson, manager of while Florida employment was 400; construction. 7400 to 115,-
first games the Veteran\ Administration StPetersburg rising, unemployment was falling 200; services, 4,800 to 261,700; I
2 meets Regional office today transport communication-utili 1
in more than 25 per cent In
gave a word of caution (to ties 4,200 to 105,700 and fi- 1i
The opening games of the veterans who February from a year ago. ;; i
Men's Slow ,p U C b Softball may own home At 91.400 It was 30,000 below Bance-lnsurance-reil estate, 500
LIndsay ,Ronnie Olden. League\ last Monday night saw guaranteed under the. VA's 10mJII'U'4IDt7 February, 1963. to 90,300. Boot > Guides Gas Ice
Mazzlna aDd M"11 Glade Gas edge out a 7-6 vie- stated program.Wilson "In addition," Brown said MILLIONS WILL SEE Fishing Tackle Supplier
such veteran
Clewlston track team tory; over ThtDrui', and any "February registered a slight
|
the who may be considering disposal It k estimated hat than
more
I victory! la a tour-way meetID $ Parkinson') coasted: to an easy of his house drop In unemployment: fresh! Johnson' I
should be
extremely 18 million people will visit the
I tounokale last Thumaftermen win over Ctbin'e Supply! 234. January for the first time since
careful to protect his State Fishing
eat U rein 19*" Florida exhibit: at to Camp
Tie
In the bottom of the sixth
future financial situation. :Mere. New York World' Fair during
that It was only Brown attributed the employ CUwUton. Ho.
cable Inning Glades Gas
was trailingby ly selling his GI home does not 196465.
team'. third outInC .IB the one run 54 when Hank An. relieve the veteran of hi* liability ment buildup to an exceptional,
| and the first year of dada stepped up to the plate to the Veteran Administration ly good' tourist season which 11 1

hla, tor Bob Baker. Kline (N), and ( ) ( ) and led off with a home run to Wilson said, A number continuing.
l lawn piled IH TOi poInts T-: &..0.180yard. ( ) make It a tie ball (am*. Then of case have arisen where the He sale "Such tourist related HEARING AID CLINIC
first place 'while Naples J low ( ) after Sonny Stalls grounded veteran add hi* home, the buyer Industrie a* restaurants, per-
second with 70 points. Im- out to short and West- defaulted tonal services, and wholesaleand Free Audiometric Test & Hearing Evaluation
(C), Bass (CN), ( ) Quincy on the loan resulting
lee and Fort Irer Junior! (FM) and ( ) berry: grounded out to the pitcher : .. In foreclosure, leaving a deficiency retail trade, and entertainment Thursday Api'll'
completed the field with :22.1: for the second out, Johnny for whclh tile veteran place not only showed (and the second Thursday each month)
points and 33 points re. 880-yard relay Davidson followed 'with another 1* liable to the VA. surprising Increases: from a 11 A.M. 4 P.M.
uvely.! (Morrell. Olden horn run to put his team out The veteran may be released :year ago but also the Increase BAKERS
idsey won the 100 and 220- Lindsey), Naples front 74 which meant victoryas of Us liability provided certain from January were significant. BTJOARLAND PHARMACY
dashes, was a member of lee. T-1:41.1.: Glades got Thrifty out) in the tilling are done before he dispose Every substantial Industrial Clewlston
winning 880 yard relay Sprint medley top of the seventh 'with very of his home. If his loan category scored substantial Conducted by
i and placed third with the Utoa (Rudd little trouble. is current, the purchaser obligate jumps from February; 1963." ARTHUR I. WHTTESIDE and ROBERT 1.. KEMP
and Angell), .Parkinson's scoring nine run himself by contract to Retail trade was up tram last Authorized: dealers for Motorola-Dahlberg Hearing Aid
ulna;
: was second In tie alee. T-2:17.0.: In the first Inning alter the purchase hi* property and ... year 16,400 to 312.800; manure 2200 Bay St, Fort Myers, Florida
ard dash, won the broad Broad Jwnp ( ) first two batten of Uw Inning sum liability, the purchaser
L, and was a member of Morrell (CC), ( ) filed out, proved to be too much aatisfie: the VA he 1* a good
180 and sprint medley teams. Bride FM) and ( ) as the Corbin outfit couldn't credit risk, he veteran can obtain
Lrell was third in the! 100 tance-19 ft 8 111.Pole seen to 0Vft'C01'IIIebole\ first a release of hi* liability.;
( on both winning relay vault ( ) inning "blues." Corttn's managed provided !the( bolder of the mart.
L, was second on the broad gage and the VA both agree" He
lock (I), Loomis ( fifteen hit but couldn'tput :
k and won &e shot put them for may apply! tor a release from L
!rag (lit) and ( ) together more than
A Man
ben won both the high and Ift.'in. eight runs Bobby Gldden hada liability; by tending a written Happy
hurdle and participated on request to the Loan Guaranty
[
perfect night at the plate AIM
Shot !
put ( )
880 yard relay team. hit Officer, Veterans Admiristra. .
,fete result Intosh )yard dash-Ritchie (N). Kreager (FM) ( ) inson' Jacksonville, Florida 32201. .
ride (HI), Harris (N), El- DJstance-U: ft 8 RAE The only other safe way Wilson printing from .
). and Campbell (IC), T- High ( ) :
N affirmed 1* for the veteran
Thrifty 100 023
Drug 0 6 10 1
-
hers (IC), Daniel ( ) ;
Glade Gas 103 lOa s- 714 6 to arrange toe the GI loan to be '
yard dash-Undaey (a, paid !In fulLEmployment THECLEWISTONNEWS '
uaa , llorrell (C). Lam WP-Johnny Davidson r
ne (N) and One (N). T INCOME Parkinson' 113 112 6-23 21 7
Corbln's 030 022 8 15 8WP

(yard high hurdle Olden -Billy Drone rate
Earnshaw (N), Williams Thursday's Games April 9..
W. 0.
Carson (I) and Skinner (II). Ryder Truck vs. Parkinson', is highest
51. Tax 7:00: lun.CIMet. ever GOOD PRINTING
Gas Corbln's 8 30
yard run-Earnshay (N), 144 Avealda vs. : Florida nonfarm employmentshot

Urns (III), Roberto (C), I***. p.m.Mood*?. April 13! to a new record of 1.S14 Q. FAIR PRICESAND
sting (C), and BrooksT2176. I II
500 In February.
.... Oorbln's vs. Thrifty, 7:00: p.m.
n
: ,
Ryder Truck vs. Glade Gas, Commission Chairman Worley I
yard dash-JJndsey (C). Complete 1:30: p.m Brown said the February total your money t
bertine (IN), Lambert (I), topped, the previous all time .'
the 4th between Koch . *. "
And February this year was Phone YU 3-1201 ;

Bowlingnews 68,500 above. February a year .. t
.t ago Brown said.
"A nonfarm employment; Increase .
lewiston ]lLtW [ of 4.6 per cent In January I /
over a ;year ago and a fur .

Happy XIII leagueTeam ,, .I I.
;'1104' I. 'I . I
.' OF JESUS CHRIST FIRST Standing W. L h I

Booker rote 102 E. Glades Restaurant a 50 II I
Paul Strickland, Pastor Rev Leon M. Way"Y Dan' Dragline Service 57 55
0 s.m.-Sunday SchooL Interim : PoUahnlck-Badgett 55 57
D a.m.-Morning Worship 1:45: s.m.-Sund : AtV Root Beer 50 a
neiday: 11:00: a.m.:- Hdcp. Scores Game Series ,
5 p.m.-Prayer Meet1ll,. 1:45: p.m.-'' Ines Llneberger...... sa
May: 1:00: p-iik- : Bobbi Swindle 178 f
0 pm.-Youth Meeting. Wednesday Jenny Hendry 232 _
7:00 p.m.- ( : Julia Swindle za S6T
MMENITT rENTECOOTAL ers ( Bonnie Brasher ,-... Z07 'PLYMOUTH lax ..I
HOLINESS CHURCH 8:00 p-m. Scratch Scores Came Series
Sooth dewtaloa Inca Llneberger __ 4:11:
I :ev. J. R. Taylor. Pastor 8:45: p.m.-. hair + Jenny Hendry 111 _
I*> m.-Sunday SchooL Frances Carlin .,.,... 170 4S5
jo a.m.-Morning Worship. FIRST : Jenny Hendry ,443
V m.-Sunday Evangellstle HI W. Julia Swindle 181 _
I Service.tfnesday. Rev. David :
: 9:45: a.m.-
Lake
: League \\,1
p m.-PrayerServlc*. 11:00: am-
lay: 6.00: p.m.-! 1. Frostie, 70 points; 2. U. S.
p.m.Servic.. .. S. C.. dewiaton. 68 points; 3. s j
7:30 p.m.- W. T. Grant, 81 points; 4. Ok...
OITHSIDE MDSIONAKYAPTIST Thursday: : lanta 58 points; 5. U. S. S. C. ,..j'j ,.'
CHURCH 7:30 p.m.-Choir : Bryant U points! 6. WOWY,
304 N. Francisco Street 55 points; 7. B. O. Herald. 41
I I'i
Bro Chester Johnson ST.' MARTIN'S points; I. V&W Farms, 39 l
Interim Pastor ( point
15 .m.-Sunday School. 207 N. High" Team Set: U. 8. S. C.,
(I" s.m.-Morning Worship Rev. Clark H. 2,528.
V> m.-BTC.. Sunday Services High Team Game,WOWY and !
W Pm.-Evening Worship 7:30: ajn,-Early : a S. C.. dewlston, 899.
Bnesday: 10:30: a.m.-Family; High Ind. Set, Bill Sage, 571.
10 Pm.-Prayer Service. Church : High Ind. Came, Milt Cross, a;.n !
I Saints and Holy 240.SOO ? ''t I
CStEC9 0P GOD nounced. Set and/or 200 game I j I'
Ill Sooth Pidfle Arena* Confessions by Cross, 240. 520; J. B. I Ij
Rev. Joe Coleman 201; Bob Pearce, 507; j sk
10 a.m.-8unday School. Sage, 471J Jim Johnson .A
m.1L\VEM
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10) m.-Morning Service. 514; Hank Andrei, 550;
10 Pw.-Evening Worship Highway Coedhart. 226. 548; Jerry '.
may: Rev. Vie 235, 546; Wilbur Mln- ,
I 0) .-Prayer Service.00.m.Young 9:41: a.m.-Sunday ", 523; Clarence 'Throop, 224,
!ly: 11:00 a.m.- : ; Jerry Gummere, 213, (46;
':U p.m.- .
502.
People'. B a. : Rlgdon.
1:00
: p.m.-

151 deavor. Wednesday 8:00: p.nv-Prayer;' : Ladies of Lake .

or1II' *CHtDTIAH arhad Adttoriu CHURCH Shop 81 36 =t 1i
'. Old
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I I'If
Goodrich )
o Minister CLEWISTON South i.-N..II-UTU 731* 46V4 !
o ant-Bible. SchooL GOD a Sugar Corp. 70% 49tt 1Itt'II1.
a Communion and 2U South ttlrake 55% 14J V4 ;
) Worahlp Servtce .James 1'. *'* 53ft 68Vi
P'-Communion and Sunday Lumber 50 70 tN3
Worship Senrtoa. 10:00: a.n .-& : ,..._ 47 73 IdaS1. : I.
'aeidaj; 11:00 ajn. -Mornlng : Lumber _,,_ 46 74 j
P.m.-) 1b1e Study. 11:00 a.m..- : Series Scr. Hdcp I-<
7:30 .- : McLendon _m 619 I; '
AHTwiTNESgES Wednesday: Belcher 500 .l around !better! And whoa (
dons Han-.417 : Beardsley .. 451 611 ; JOB tl to km ether compute bebinJ-wleM compact" eves >> yon I
wOsborn .
EI Paso 7:45 -Christ'
p.m. '
R. ... Bekher.i, .,.-: .,,,t 606 obey Wolf fa any comparison with Valiul-tlie. come in tad compare prieei-jWll find Valiant, ;. )fj

day 5.m Wa1cblower Study. Thursday : Came Belcher Scr 216 Hdcp 248 .. ,''aWf jew 8Riwer. '!tie new Valiant V-8. Tie with iU new V-8, Joel huM coat U. to buy. !' II

'rday BIble Shady loQ: pm 7:30: .p.mPraytr Study.Tridy : McLendon 208 244 fat Y$ oWped. by driller expressly for eon'pad **... .. r 3.n.a PIw 1M ..-. '',::1;; i
shy Ministry School,7:80: : : Beardsley -. W 244 A. ba tie ..... ... h',.... ....... ..... :
Tkb 27J
.. : : Richardson 221 .... new < cosine powet l lamd .. a-I =.... I InaII .... ..... ..-. .

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a* a special Easter project He o'ckxk 'liday

Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS OewUton. Fla. Diane Thompsonwins Rainbows report and his small brother were also 10, at $t. Marta tat

Thursday. April t, 1964 Section One Easter given Easter baskets.Lynda Church, clewlakw. c.tIiGat
projectsLynda advised the girls that Immediately folio

state office Carlton. worthy advisor all point sheet" must be turnedIn cererMl1y I t,..
presided at the Rainbow at the next Rainbow meeting. held at the home or tile till ..;

a a Junior meeting Monday evening. She She said there are still some parents, Mr and Hit Doom
Diane Thompson _
bile A
NEWS College, Miami expressed thank to the girl sweat shirt left and any girl Yon 154 AvenJdo dIi 1
at Barry All tlends lit.
Beach, was recently elected who presented the Easter program who want to buy one see Mrs to the Ire COI'II1aU7

president of the College dub, for the Eastern Star Chap Dickey. t1oo, ceremony aDd be!
of the Florida Home Economlci ter. She also thanked those who Girl to let up assembly for
", IIj Association.As attended church service in a the next meeting are Joy Crawford EYe

head of this (group In body Sunday. Debbie Comrle, Barbara Weiner

j Miss Ruth Hamner, Charles E. Miner Jr Florida Diane will represent National Report was made of the Assembly Water,.Emily Batey and ShlelaCarlton. The EYC of st. .
at the
the state as delegate purchasing a complete Church is having ij1
Convention of the AmerU' Easter outfit of clothing for a > on the beach a "eIDer.-.. ;
married in Holy Church Home Economici Assoclaticn small who had at Fon '
i are Trinity can boy been hospitalized. Yon-Booker dale Sunday All 1
held in Detroit lI1ernben
t ; which will be His need was broughtto guests. are l'eqlleated lit
I Miss Ruth Louise Hamner, Her flowers were a cascade In June. the attention of:the Assemblyand Miss Sue Booker and Raymond Parish How Iolllftti'.
f daughter of Colonel and MIL bouquet of pink rows mixed Diane, daughter of Mr. and the girl voted to outfit him Yon will be married at 6 day morning at '.31 ..
t George C. Hamner, 831 36th with pastel spring flowers. Mr*. James M. Rider I Ja a graduate J
street. West Palm Beach and Two nieces of the bride also of Clewiston High School 4
Charles E Miner, Junior, sons served as attendants. They are and was very active in Future
j i of Mr. and Mrs Charles E. Ruth Constance Babyak as Home Makers of America during

I Miner, senior, of Clewiston Junior bridesmaid, and Saran her high school days. She -Re-Elect--.
were married In a S o'clock Blain Babyak, flower girL Theyare was an outstanding student in
1 ceremony at Honly Trinity Episcopal the daughters of Mr. and Home Economics, and to major.
I Church, West Palm Beach, and Mrs J. J. Babyak of Cocoa log In that subject: at Barry !
Saturday The Very Reverend Beach, Fla. Both girls wore College
J Donald S. Barrus officiated at matching gowns of pastel blue Diane also held the title of HOMER
i the double ring ceremony. Arthur organdy over taffeta-bouffant Miss Sugar of 1961, M winner
: Lancaster was organist and floor length, with matching of the beauty contest at the
headpieces of pastel spring flowers \ S.. Hendry County Fair that year.
I Given in marriage by her
with illusion veiling trim to
i father Colonel George C. Ham.
I match their gowns. They carried
USMC (retired) the bride
ner BIBLE
old fashioned bouquets of Beta Pi Chapter
; wore a gown of white silk organza spring flowers.
bride's taffeta the
over ;
John J. Chlpouris of Washington -
floor length skirt in plans banquetBeta
i ending a
D. C., was best man; ushers -
chapel train. Alenoon lace embroidered -
were Angus J. Campbell, It Chapter of Beta Sigma
with seed outlined -
pearls -toil.-.St.4 l+art
Billy Ray Jackson and Harry evening
Phi met Tuesday
the neckline and extended
W. Massey of West Palm Beach; of the Elks
In the meeting room
to the hem of the skirt Her el- SUPERINTENDENT
:I MRS. CHARLES E. MINER JR. OF
Johnny G. Sullivan Fort Myer., Lodge. Mrs Michael Herring
bow length veil of illusion was Talbot D'Alemberte. Miami, .
hostess.Mrs !
attached to a crown of matchinglace Robert P. Foley, Palm Beach corsage of white sweetheart Betty Batty Dr. Lionel Beatty, was
also embroidered with Miss Christine Glddens Van Cothern, presiding,
Thomas Schulte, Coral Gables rose Mrs
pearls. The bride carried a and Ray Ferraro, Fort Lauder- The bride is a graduate of the Elsie Flitch,Miss Marcia Futon, read ,the annual message from PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONof
white bride's Bible with Walter W. Ross, founder of the
I an arrangement Palm Beach High School and Mrs. Ruth Owens, Mrs. GeorgeH.
of white sweetheartroses dale.Mrs. Sorority, and plans were made
.
; Coleman, of
Clewiston Mr.
( Hamner, mother of the attended Florida State University -
and lilies of the valley. and for the Founders Day banquet
Mrs. Billy South
r at Tallahassee. The groom Roger
bride, chose a dress of navy
Miss Bettemae Bird, of West blue silk shantung, with draped graduated from Florida State'Unlvgratty Bay and Dr. and Mrs. H. H which will be held In the Glades
Palm Beach, was the maid of neckline She wore a floral hat and received his Rauterson, Jr., of Okeechobee. Pit Room on Saturday evening
honor She wore a floor length with flowers ranging from dusty law degree from the Universityof April 25.
shell pink silk organza over taffeta rose to deep fuachia shades, anda Florida at Gainesville. He The program was a discussion
and a matching floral hat navy blue veil. Her corsage: was administrative assistant for Miner is hostat of literature in which all HENDRY COUNTYVOTE
trimmed with illusion veiling. matched the flowers in her hat Congressman Paul Rogers in members participated.Other .

'i Mrs. Miner, mother of the Washington. He served a* assistant rehearsal party members! attending
groom, wore a mint green silk county solicitor for were Mm William Baker Mrs. FOR
r 4 .. crepe with white/ hat and accessories Palm Beach county: before resigning Charles E. Miner, Jr.. enter Frank Gentry, Mrs. Robert
e i I, Her corsage was of to become a partner lathe tained at a rehearsal dinner on Adams, Mrs. Richard Baker,
i i pink sweetheart rose. law firm of Day and Minerin Friday night at Nando's Mira- Mrs John Black, Mrs. Frank
.. ;: Thurs. Fri. Sat Immediately following the Lake Worth, Fla. mar In Palm Beach In honor of Mottley Mrs. Kenneth Walker, EXPERIENCE
.. Aprll9.10.i1DOUBLE guests members of his wedding party. Mrs J. Fred Baker, Sr. Mrs.
FEATURE ceremony, a wedding reception Among the out of town
His wedding to Miss Harold Mrs. Woody Car-
Roth Estop
; "MAN'S FAVORITE was held at the Sailfish Club of at the wedding were Jay Carroll
-r SPORT" Florida at Palm Beach. Assisting Miner, Mr. and Mrs. James Louise Hamner, daughter of rutheri. Mrs. Michael Mfflce-
900: P.M. Only in the hospitalities were Chlpouris, Robert B. Lochrle, OoL and Mrs. George C. Ham- vie, Mrs. Robert McColley and
ROCK HUDSONPAULA Mrs Joseph Hollis, sister of the Congressman and Mrs. PaulG. ner, was an event of Saturday Mrs. Robert Bass INTEGRITY

{ A fisherman PRENTISS who hated to groom, Panama City, Fla; Mr*. Rogers, all of Washington evening.
fish Gantt Hamner, Melbourne; Mrs. D. C.; General and Mrs A. A. Guests at the dinner Included
"SIEGE OF THE SAXONS" Joseph J. Babyak, sister of the Vandergrift, Delray Beach, Colonel and Mrs Hamner, the Garden clubbers
'. :'1 A whole new world of bride, Cocoa Beach Mrs L. Lieut Robert C. Hamner USN Very Rev. and Mrs. Donald S
S; ; spectacle.Sun. Mitchell Gainer, Palm Beach New York City" Mr and Mrs. BamH, Mist Bettema*. Bird, to make hats MATURITY
:.J Won. Tues. and Richmond. Va., Mrs Marco Gantt Hamner of Melbourne Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Jackson -
,I .;r April 12.15.14 Johanssen, Palm Beach: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Joseph J. Babyak, Mr. and Mrs. Angus J Members of the dewiston
".. "' ,:( 'HAIL' ORDER BRIDE" Fred M< BUDDY EBSEN Shackley Mrs Edwin Crow, Talbot D'Alemberte, Miami Foley Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thursday, April It 3:00: p.m., 10 years of proven public services in schoolsas
Late T.V. Star Mrs. Donald Nohelty Mrs. Wil- Thomas Schulte, Coral Gables, W. Massey Mrs. L. Mitchell at the home of Mrs P. M. Mc- your
\ There is laughs in those bur O. Manning, Mr. Evelyn Ray Ferraro, Fort Lauderdale, Gainer, Mrs. Betty Ann Shack- Intyre. .
'\ Y : }Hillbillies Hamner and Mrs. Gertrude: Miss Bettye Swaflord. Fort ley. Members are expected to general supervisor

'b Wed. Thur.., April 15 II Bird of West Palm Beach Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. G. R., Mr. and Mrs. Junes'). R. wear hid fashioned from flow. ,'
,f ; "PARIS WHEN It The bride and groom left the Manuel Bunnell Mrs, Josephine Branch Jr.. Mr and Mrs.Joseph era and/or vegetables taken, 4 of
; SIZZLES"WILLIAM reception for a wedding trip to Knight, grandmother of Honis of Panama Qty'Jty from their gardens. Prizes rill years proven public services as your Super. '
1 HOLDEN Nassau the Bahamas. For the groom Clewiston. Mr. and Carroll Miner, Washington, D. be awarded for the various
AUDREY HEPBURN traveling the bride chose a white Mrs. Warren Howell Mr. and C, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Chipouris categories and a large attendance intendent of Public Instruction.His
,i Streets See them. cafes go wild. and in Paris landmarks and black tailored cult with Mrs. O. R. Berner Mr. and Washington D. c., Johnny Is being anticipated by .
\ blouse of antique gold. She Mrs. Raymond Ptttman, Mr. G. Sullivan, Fort Myers,:Mr. the hostess.
wore white accessories and aJ and Mrs. George Yon Mrs. and Mr*. Talbot D'Alemberte of

Coral Miami Gable Thomas, Ray Schultz Ferrero., of Happy BirthdayApril experience will give sound and progressive -

J 'I Fort Lauderdale, Lt Robert C. 9-James L. Owens.April plans to meet the needs of
Hammer of New York City Mr. 11 Helen Roberts, a growing
and Mrs. Joseph J. Babyak, Merle BranUey, Herman long,
Cocoa Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Dickey Alberto DeArmas. county.
;"I Gantt Rammer of Melbourne. .

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\ ,.,, Auxiliary plans Crouch Charles R. Twiddy.
Mrs. W. M. Palmer, Bill
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I 'I a- April 13-Gene: Bledsoe Mar-
l-x..-I '. Hendry General Hospital jie Varnadore.
I Auxiliary members are plan April It-Mrs. R. C. Wilson,
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I .' I" J party on Saturday afternoon April 15-Jack Scott, Rose STEAK
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'" Marie Diane, Leon Bembry
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1 I; their own choice.. Admission Mrs Harvey Pridgen.! Mrs. H.
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now on tile by all Auxiliary April 11 A. W. Sill, Mrs.
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and her dessert Eastern Starsat duced the guest speaker Mrs Oewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON!: NEWS Page Five
|\ Curtis Robert T Benson of Naples a Fuller's Follies Thursday April 9, 1984 Section One I

IMrs. Grand Chapter past president of Southwest By AL FULLER
television Coast Deanery, who spoke and Mexico Police Officer ,
for City .
candidates.The <
be filmed Mr*. Helen Dickey worthy showed slide* of her 21-day 1M Luis Rodriguez answered a Bill Delozier formal commencement
matron and Mrs. Diocesan Pilgrimage to Europe
Betty Carlton phone Up and found a man processional begins at 3 p.m. on. I
land, on videotape for telecast
Ptaudd
CJl associate and the Land last summer.
Canrtla matron, of Holy
(fsabelis Sugariand lying, stiff as a board, in a sack. Florida Field.Saving I
frt the weekend
president during on station Chapter Order The tour, planned by Bishop
wife of the of Eastern Star The officer thought he had a receives
Hendr1 County Bank' will WEAR Pensacola: WLBW Ml- are In Jacksonville this week attending Coleman F Carroll. J fa to be an real murder victim. That is- degreeWm. I
the women) amt; WCTV Tallahassee; annual affair Father Bernard : '
01 the 12 Florida the Grand Chapter f.ERSQNAlS" until the "victim" suddenly got VItaminS* ,
spa cookln, talentl wW be WFLA Tampa and WJXT netting! McGreuchan pastor of St. up and ambled away. B. DeLorier, son of Mrs.
April 24th In the Jacksonville. Mrs. Esale Roblson Is leaving Jpllana Church West Palm When Rodriguez opened the Elizabeth DeLozier, will receivethe To serve tasty vegetables
on
vised Sponsors of the telecast. on Beach, director for of bachelor of electrical without losing valuable DUtrJ.reDtl
Orange was spiritual degree
Florida this Mrs. J.
of due morning to attend the Odell of Labile California bag the "stiff"! inside crawledout
all the six station are the Florida cook them as quickly: as
insert Contest. remaining session of ,!the Grand the pilgrimage last YeILr.DeUclou.a and Crystal Lake, M., and mumbled In a drunken engineering at commencement little water a.
Citrus Commission Tupperware possible in a*
cakes and coffee exercises of the .
:
the winner* Chapter meeting abo. has left OewUton following a voice, "Can't you people let me
Parties, Inc. and Publix needed to keep from scorching.the
Home ,
Ire. SStalrict aDd district were served by the hosteases.Ft few week with her slater, Mrs. deep?" University Florida on Sunday
\ Market. Pressure cooking or
the Aprll19th. pan.
eleven), otterwill H. A, Eestor.
its and with Sponsor of the Orange Des- Altar Societymet steaming are other recommended
Ie winners PW her serf Contest in addition to the Myers Flower Mr and Mrs. Edward Brown Atlanta-W*hear about people All students who have earned methods for cooking vege
Champion- lids" because
who their :
in the Grand Florida Citrus Commission are Yon homeSt. show "flip degrees since May, 1963, will be tables. Cooking wtatoes and
at April 18-19 ef Euttis spent the weekend: in
in Winter Haven. of being too fat, but this Is in their akin,
baked
root vegetable
the electric power utilities of the dewlston visiting her parents recognized at these commence
televised portion of the state Tampa Electric Florida Margaret's Attar Society "L'Armour Romantique" Mr. and Mrs. T C. Yon, Sr ridiculous. 190 ment ceremonies. There are 3- and keeping other vegetable
Mrs. William Hlghfleld,
ay contest will:\ char the 12 Power Florida Power and Light\ met Wednesday evening at the lover of history-is the them 100 students who will be recog in large piece: while cooking
alistS preparing theIr des' and Gulf Power companies. home of Mrs. George Yon with of the 2-day flower show la Exhibition vIrs. Lula Pullen and Mr. pounds, stepped on a manhole nixed There are 243 graduate helps retain their natural vitamin

Winners will receive pdz- Mrs. Pat Peters and Mrs. Lull I Ban Fort Myer; April Frank Cox drove to Jacksonville cover and it flipped Its filled lid students, Including 58 doctoral and mineral
Into water
her
dropping a
totaling $10,000. The pt'ICI'llR DeArma co-hostesses. Mr*. C. 18-19. the Garden Council: : announce last week with Mrs. H. A.
be filmed by WITV Orudubon Legion-Auxiliary D. Hire conducted the meeting *. The show will open .. Land and her grandson, Robert sewer. s e

at which Mr. Jack Davis, chaIr- Saturday from 3-9 p.m. and on Garrett, who returned to their
ty chairman reported receiving Sunday from 10 sun. to I p.m. .. home, following a week' visit If you've ever visited tome Garth L. Lewis
foreign countries like Cuba or
groupn hear a letter from Father Thomas J. The artistic arrangements will In Clewlston.
will Spratt took notice
Mexico, probably
Goggln, thanking the Societyfor suggest the era and locale: of you
cf the amount of horn Contractor
profuse General
LaBelle trip the Layette it donated to the Cleopatra and Marc Antony, Dr. Tillman Keen elf Ever
AH and Auxiliary Drivers In !those
Legionnaire honking coun-
Lakeechobee Catholic Welfare Bureau In Fort Josephine and Napoleon, Ma- green, Ala., spent the weekend
members of the member are welcome to attend tries their horns constantly
use
eras! Additions
Myert. dame Butterfly\ and Lt Pinker here visiting his brother. M. C New Construction
Audubon Society meeting of dewiston and whether in town or
they're
the Joint Mrs. Dan McCarthy reportedon ton, Pocahontas. and John Smith, Keen, Sr., and family.
joined by three tourist Post 93 and Auxiliary which will out on the open road there'san
re
and RhettButler.
and O'Hara
Scarlet
Free estimate job
kdubon member Sunday for be held In he Legion Han at S the Southwest Coast Deanery Mr. and Mrs. Abner H.'Vann awful lot of tootln', on any

[field trip to LaBene. p.m. Tuesday. April 14. meeting March, and held In reported Fort Myers that in a Admission Is SI.00. and Mr. and Era J. J. Geiger Well, in Mexico City they're Phone Belle Glade WY 6-6069

group enjoyed a picnic at Jack R. Spratt of LaBelle, Our Blessed were in West Palm Beach Sun- even putting horns on airplanes
beautiful statute of
LaBelle, then Russia with so they can go beepbeep while 655 SW 2nd Street
t City Park in who traveled a Mother was presented to Mrs. G. day afternoon and evening, attending
vt down the north River group of Florida agriculturists: 1 the final performance of landing at airports.
N. Pitzen, retiring presidentApril .
bd, spending most of the sit will speak and show pictures of 26th was the tentative "My Fair Lady" at Miutcanri-'
on bird watching: at the Russia. Several organizationshave val. London Beautiful actress
,,,e of Mr and Mrs K. P. MOo heard this talk and seen date set for a church picnic. Patients admitted Charles Elks Sommer recently flew
vary, where several unusual these pictures and Legionnaires Mrs. DeArmas and Mr. McCarthy E. Forshee, Evander Bethea Mr and Mrs. Earl Schultze 6,000 miles, with 3 large trunks

*s of bird were observed. are looking forward to were chosen: delegateand James W. Frankin. Juanita have returned to their home In full of clothes, to a new movie
made this alternate to the Convention Marlines Janet Hedge, Cecil Chicago after a visit 'with Mr location.
trip was
program.
return and the Citrus Center of the Miami Diocesan Council Johnson Violet Snyder Oralia and Mrs. Jos. F. Florentine. What part is abe playing In : +
SR 29 ;
i of Catholic Women at Dupont Gomes, Mary Ooppedge Arthur Other guests In the Florentine this movie? A nude! COMPLETEPRINTING
led. CARD OF THANKS Plaza Hotel, Miami April 22-23. Carruthers, Ruby Smith, O. C. ,home recently were Mr. and "I know it sounds crazy,"
taking the trip were Mr. and We wish to express our Mrs. Harry Vaughn Jr.. nominating Wilcox Richard Gayle Hugh Mrs. C D. Trlmbom of Dayton she said. "But a* they lIy.that' -
W T SUtt, Mri. Gerald gratitude and appreciation to committee chairman C. Carlton Lena Mae Franklin. Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom show business"
Slder. Mrs Elizabeth SUtt. all of the many wonderful people presented the following slate of Floret Dlckson, Marjorie Ellis. King, of Chicago. !
and Mrs. F. E. Conkllng.bs In dewlston for their sympathy -
officer President Mr. Lull Patients remaining O. C. Maybe machines won't replace
Wm. C Owen. Mist P trt- their kindness and comfort DeArmas; vice president Mr. Wilcox Floree Dtckson: Albert Mr. and Mr. Robert U Wick. people after all
Powers, Mrs. Fred C. to us in the Ices of our little C. A. Butchart; secretary Mr. Spears Hugh C. Carlton. Arthur ham and daughter, Kelley! and At Manchester N. H.. Roger's "Serving Ilendry and Glades Counties"PROFESSIONAL

es, and the visitor, Milan son, Bryan Keith. H. J. Andrei, and treasurer, Carnrther. Marjorie Ellis, Shawne of Castle Point N. Y. Super Market got a reimbursement
ah Olridge. of Maple Shores We cannot express bow deeply Mr. Helen Roberta. Richard Gayle, Mary Coppedge recently visited her father Hubert check from Scott PaperCo.
J and Mildred Kale of we appreciate all of your the business meetIng Oralia Gomez, Joe A. Jones, H. Willer and her brother The check was supposed to -

sr, Pa and Mb Elizabeth goodness to us. Following 1. Hotoubek IntroVote R. M. Dickey, Earl Scoggin, H. H. Wilier Jr. Mutant civil be for 22 cents, but Scott' machine .
E.
nJpu; also of New Jersey. Vonda and Sam Field, Mrs. Vernon Measer. Marjorie Smith engineer, U. S.rmy Corps of goofed and printed the

Juanita Martina, Lena Mae Engineers. Sl&tawxwf. tripe check for $1,000,000. PRESSWORK. _
Franklin Rachel Bower, Ruby were made during them clay to And in New Orleans Mrs.

:'\'"./-t.J',:.; Smith. the Big Cypress Indian Re l/va./ Paul Same purchased a 1290 -
?>" vatlon, the Clewlston Sofa money order at Christmas time PRACTICAL.

f"1. "" ; "" Group attendsEpiscopal House and other points. Mr. to buy 2 folders of souvenir \
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j churchThe Wickham Is chief: registrar of stamps from the United Nations 'sr

r : )', Rainbow Girls attended the VA hospital at Castle Point Some machine must have PRICES. .
and Mrs. Wickham h a schoolteacher thought It was making another
church service in body sunday kris"No
a
foreign aid donation because:
for and Re-elect In honor of the Founding
when the check got to the N. N.
of the Rainbow Order. This to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stanford the amount was for 11,100,002.90.The job too large or i
an annual observance of Rain
and son. Dale, spent the weekend U. N. returned he money
bow Girls everywhere. Local visiting friends la Tampa. order saying there is a limit to small II I,
girls chose the Episcopal: They were, accompanied by generosity even at Christmas .
Harvard S. ParkinsonCounty Church for their attendance this) Dennis Toerce. time

year. .
'Felix Gounche and Bin Ugrata Whatever your printing needs, .
Elllnwood! Kan.-Mrl. Kenneth +
spent last weekend la Miami Hewitt told her little boy you'll find us ready, willing and ,

Commissioner district 3h I I' Mr. and Mrs. Junior Moses he bad to stop shooting his cap able to fill them I D

of :Mulberry were guesto of Mr. plaid In the house because it :.. '
'ind'Mr. Carl Anderson over made a stink
++ r Dear EditortThanks: : the'weekend. Her 7-year; old boy figured Give us a call for free estiniatesl'r I I

and achieve- for printing our name out a remedy H*poured mom' r
with a record of progressive,service In your 20 year history la lad Mr. and Mr. E. Sooju entertained perfume all over his caps so / r

week's Owiston News. We- Mr1 and Mrs. E. Andre they wouldn't stink
were married 20 years ago from Fort Lauderdale and The CLEWISTON NEWS ;

ment for Hendry county. March W. are 25th.hoping that both of Chicago last week. NOTICETo Phone YU 3-1201 Central AY*.
J. M. Lanktord wa called whom tt concern: I
will around to it again may
us be eee
P.0. Box 1236 Clewiston.
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from to Atlanta this week by the will not be responsible for any
la the paper sea year
now when we celebrate our 30th death of his only sister Mrs. debts that Ruth McKinney may PUBLISHERS: OF -
Your and will be appreciated. :Mabel r Leverett. He expects to make. DEMOc8ATPHONR
vote support anniversary. HENDRY COUNTY NEWS GLADES COUNTY :
The 20 :year of happiness has return to his office tomorrow.Mr. MORRIS McKTNNEY. : OR ft-2841 PHONE WH 1-3821

r, 'r .I, given us three toys age' 19, 12. and Mrs. Charles Holly CN439, Apr. I.

: .,. s9I .,. and I. and three girl. 11. IS, haw left for the north after
; \ and 10. spending two months la Dewlatin
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; Thanks, with their daughter and son
(Political advertisement paid "'It S. Parkinson) Billle and Willie F. Martin. In-low. :Mr and Mr*. E. Sonju.

,r ,' Mr. and Mr. George A. Yon BAKE 3Lb. Can 59t

were weekend guests o< Mr. and RITE
Mr. O. J. Parks In West Palm
Beach.
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Dr and Mrs. Therm Freeae: !KRAFrs Italian Style; 8-01. Pit,. MAZOLA

of Long Beach, alit, 'will arrive -19 Oil
today for a visit d several! Spaghetti Dinner . . . Qts. 59i

\.- .. ., days with her aunt, :Mr*. RuthB \
r Owens, and her family. Dr. PLANTATION O'SAGE No. 21 Can

Freeze Is coordinator of the Meal 4-lb. Peaches 2 for
school system of Loa Angeles __ pkg. 35i _. __ 49t

County and the couple ha* been
We challenge you to break your fine-car buying habits in Miami attending a conven BRAVO MARMALADE Orange, Gripe Ie


I "" -. tion. Corned Beef ... . 39i Apple)! Jelly. 20-oz. 29t
llollis
.l.wk Mr and Mrs. Joseph
..tyto, and daughter,Tracy of Panama BLUE PLATE FRESH

.;', City,were guests of her parents '
t't w.W k--; ". ',: Mr and Mrs. C. E. Miner Sr., Salad Dressing PIs. 29i Cucumbers .. 3 for 19k
last weekend. Jay Carroll Miner

of Washington! D. c., was also u.a. NO. 1POTATOES
here for the "weekend." They attended
the wedding of their
brother, Charles E. Miner Jr.. 10 Ibs. 39c
and Miss Ruth Hammer la West

Palm Beach! Saturday evening.Mr. SWIJ'T PREMIUM U.s. CHOICE

and Mrs. Leon Bembry Franks Lb. Chuck
spent the weekend In Orlando .. . ... 49 Roast . Lb. 49t

visiting theIr daughter Mr*.
Jesse Sparks and family] They FRESH GROUND IlL CHOICE ROLL

returned via Bushmen tat Mrs. Hamburger 2-lb. Beef Lb.
Bembry's mother, Mrs Ruby .. .. 99t Roast ..___ 890

Connell. who accompanied them
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IpICIoaI cat baDt III Amedca fda). n II alt >61'IICW daughter Mr*, Thomas Kay, were B. Owens In Tampa and Hams Shoulder Back Bone Rib Side
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faq air yoa'1l M I dill yew Bh a Jew days this) week at the $2.491 I
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borne of her ion, Wm. C Owen, Chops _.. .
Jr., la West Palm Beach Mr. ,
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NOTICE! Inclusive, 4 endry County, LEGAL NOTICB

Pal Six THE a.EWISTON NEWS Clewiston FIa. detached retina with the underlying In Notice aocorUanc U hereby with Chapter glvsn IU8I that., The Records.said property a* aforesaid etructbm Sealed propoela or TO SmD R,I
the le4dor
Section ODe tlMue of ml, the Board together will all the teirament
Thursday AprU 8, 1884 tlorlda Act
e of Kitt pralnag hereditament and appurtenances llarlpem Aedeml >,eWd'uemt '; ::
If, after a blow to the eye: of Bup.rrl.or. t
thereunto belonging. or Inanr = '"
District ha* caused to be prepared e yw roo ivy
pen, for even a slight blow may the vision U fuzzy or the eye a budget o( th. Debt ServIce wise appertaining being; pUblia ID.tructto"i Counly .
is cut painful an physician requirement and the cost of .old to satisfy said decree, or Bo1dal s
or eye
Health
TopicsBEEFSTEAK cause serious damage A tap and operating all Dated this Tth day of April : before 1 YY' P tip.
melnlaudnC :
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consulted Immediately
should be tbeylxWlb. :
on the eye can be transmitted of the work and Improvement 1114. Diubllclj ,
through the eye's fluid content to help avoid serious + of the DUlrlct for the period /s/ JAMES C FOUNTAIN, read. OPe
AND r November 1. lint and Special Master I In Chancery, III
beginning
with sufficient force to Injure and perhaps permanent damage ./ Carlos R. Dickey Pro
BLACK EYES ending October II, Kit, and thataald / ipH-S:.. : l r..
Tai, file In the Attorney for PlaintiffClewlston
the retina Separation or tearIng '- f budget li on beon
FloridaCN
What with the high cost of of the retina contributes to l outs>lstrlot.e of and the the Secretary acme may of the be ill-April I, It Si. 10, 1164 from JAMES Gono"l M c0hY1|

meat these days, black eyes blindness unless natural healing examined at the office v< the HollywoodIFlorid:: 'TL T:...

seldom ere treated to a pieceof or surgery makes the separation icntary.The' Hoard of Supervisors of IN THE!! CIRCUIT COURT IN floe or ::'

beefsteak u of yore Actual- of the retina readhere to Growers meet Rltta Drainage Dlatrlct will meet AND FOR FLORIDA HfcNDRT COUNTY, Nubile Instruction the Supe544...muS... r

j. If, beefsteak !sot no more help the underlying tissue In the office of the District on CHAUCER NO ISIS Iadele, Florida, Co
:
leads class Mng 1, 14* at I.00 o'clock In {60.00 la require t.,4'Pottt.
to a black eye than the application to the afternoon Eastern Standard' LILLIE. MAE WILLIS Plaintiff set of Drewingg 1'a mar
of other cool object Surgery for separation of the Time, for .. of hearingobjection tiona 1 Issued : mud .
any retina calls for a delicate oper A group of 47 cane and vegetable :and complaint. with ROBERT DEPEND fit Contractor each m0..al
NOTICE TO : :
A wad of cotton or a face cloth be bj
reipcot to laid budget obtained
ation. One type of surgical repair growers' attended a meeting TO Robert Willis paym' w
dipped in cold water and ap BOARD OP 8UPtHVISORS: Boa ooet. Which I S
Involves the Insertion of called: by County, Agent Ted RITTA DRAINAGE! DISTRICT Addreai Unknown returned. The full o.. .: '
i plied to a discolored eye lor U Tou are hereby notified that a ::
tiny needles through the outer last discus W, C Prewltt President. Diddere!
Gallo
Friday to ult for divorce hoe been filed ::
minutes every hour for a time, CN 487-April I, U, 1554.>> providedniilbdunn
f coats of the eyeball in the vicinity complaints from the vegetablegrowers gainst you by Milt Mae Willie are =.:
Is good' first aid treatment SOME ;. ahoy Court. You the
( OF FLORIDA'S... In the are required In good : :
of the torn retina. When on damage to vegetable to rue answer with andltlo.. hlt:'
your
1 Such a cold compress may mln.Imlze rARE NOTICE! after the Bid
the discoloration of the needle are In place an crops arising from -4-D applications OUTSTANDING CITRUS fRUITS Notice U hereby given that, In the Clerk of the Court and to tractore may Opening obtain eel?
deep electrical current Is applied to to cane fields. THE RESULT OP CHANCE!! accordance with Chapter 1U87. serve a copy thereof upon H. P. b/ paying reprdue0a
Bard Johnson, Clewlston Florida, I
a damaged eye Florida Act of 1187, the which
i coat
each needle. The heat thus Induced Dr. George. Orsenlgo of theEver'iladea HYBRIDS. THESE INCLUDE TANGELO TEMPLE AND KING of Buper lors of Sugerland plaintiffs attorney on or before will. ant be nta.
r The discoloration of an eye creates scar tissue an4 MURCOTT HONEY ORANGE. Drainage DUtrlct has caused to May 11, b*Ass: otherwise this fof chargeaat theeArthltue"
ORANGES AND THE
Stationat : rll
Experiment action will proceed ex parlaWitness
o Is be prepared a budget of the Debtller..lc. I .
not the worst that can hap this scar tissue re-unites the
Belle Glade was one of the requirement and of the my hand and n1 of Each
I Villard cost of maintaining and operating aid Court In LaBelle, Mendry proposal must be .....
chief speakers Doty; all of the work and Improvements County, Florida this 4th day of GCaehlleer'ayCheckeOr I Cl.y
of the United State Sugar Corporation White Florida. .. "t uNENJOYS of the DUtrlct for the April, 1144. ...cu"' .. by the BIG Mrly
period beginning November 1, DOROTHY CLARK. Bldd.r .. ...
described the methods / Company '
Off. 844-1355 : A VIRTUAL "r and IIcln'ld to M
im ending October II 1165 Clerk Circuit Court n. -.
8 which that company has used MONOPOLY ON SOME ..-- t .'..eq '- and that said budget I I. on file ( tineea<(< ueet of mfr --.
Re VI ..2682j In the office of the Secretary of 35-April It 10 l.f'3 ,
.. successfully for ;years In applying M I, 14 1 44 of the t :The ::
CITRUS TYPES, ANOTHER .. the District and the same maybe qulr.d .. Boar
d 2-4-D to their cane fields. eiamlned at the office of the the Bid ?. a .r.nt.IIat.!
Doyle Golden of the Florida OP ITS PRODUCTS Secretary NOTICE OT BALE. TO SATISFY will b. entered accepted... a Co.....
PHOSPHATE FACES """"T" The Board of Supervisor of DECADE OF FORECLO8URH) formano. of It proper"Into the..'
Department of Agriculture: dig ,
Notice Is hereby given thatpursuant -.
j Bugarland Drainage District will The'
Thurmond W. Knight cussed some proposals for legislation KEEN COMPETITION r 4o'vti4 I meet In the office of the District to a Final Deere ofForeclosure quired.uccI..rul to execute. bidder a Pen.111 "..
dated April I, 1MI.and .
j to control or regulate FROM TENNESSEE.SEVERAL we on May 7, 1914 at 1:It o'clock In entered In Chancery Case Bond covering and| Ittludiuda.
Eastern StandardTime labor
and
the
such applications WESTERN afternoon No, iS3i now pending In the Circuit materiala The ..
of hearing formanoe
"Accredited Farm & Land Broker"Thurmond for the purpoee Bond shall bep
Court of the Twelfth Judicial .

objection and complaint I / with I Ir..p.et In the amount
Result of the meeting was a STATES AND fOREIGN'COutmlE e said budgetBOARD Circuit of Florida In and for (100) or one to
Knight Realty Inc. request for a school to teach $. to OF SUPERVISORS H.ndry County, the und.r.lgneda ; Prl_ pee cat or the Cmhp.
oAven
Clerk of Circuit Court, will I Irly
see ...... a"... Bee.k 2010 E proper handling and application BUOARI TRICT AND DRAINAGE: DIS- sell at publlo auction for cash to Proposal filled' forms muit lit ilTtl

Net rmtm ...... Flselda Riviera BeachAnnounces. of 2-4-D and other pesticide, C W. JCnecht. PresidentCN the highest and best bidder at tt&SSt'ZS&rMV .
*
the north door of the H.ndry
4>t-April I. U, U64.
first session being set for next County Court House In LaBelle .
Tuesday evening at Sugarland Florida, on April 17. 1144 at 11:00 cooeld.rdDRAW !
helping maintain these position o'clock A. M the following described A. D aubml 1rn'I.
Auditorium. A specialist from Saltwater fish in the lace: of competition: NOTICE property period. .f thirty tN '"
: ll 1y the Experiment station will Instruct Notice U hereby given that the Lot Twenty-thr.e (11)( In Block the date set for (HI days
% i from foreign imports and from the opahe",
1' Harlem
tp1 s each class and later Board of Supervisor of Clewls of Addition No. ouch Ulda
: over-use ot flab producing: wit.en. ton Drainage) District has caused Three to Clewlston Hendry -THH, OWNER: RE8ERVBTH1
demonstrations win be given adds to be prepared a budget of the County, Florida, according to RIGHT to reject
showing the actual applications. to economyCommercial Debt. Service, requirement. and lie. thereof recorded in the Pub. Bid. to w"lv any 101lMlJ aid/er/ "I
.l" "
cost of maintaining and operating Records of Hendry County. ,
all ot the work and Improve- Florida.
flatting fleet off menu of the District for the Said property Is lobe sold to BYl J. R. Spratt Chtlrmu.
in ": beginning November 1, satisfy said Final Deere and allco.t. Board of Public
Florida coasts
brought a Inline
Salad Tricks loll .. *
and ending October II, 1 45 H.ndry County.
Farmers invitedto US million pound catch. of saltwater and that amid budget Is on file Dated April 1, 1144 ATTEST riMlfe
flab worth t2t minion In the office of the Secretary ot DOROTHY MOORE CLARK I. Homer Bible, I.perlot.nd
of the District and the same may Clerk of Circuit Court Secretary to
One the tricks In theof
attend 2-4-D last year the Florida State making bo eiamlned at the office of the Hendry County, Florida Publlo In.tructlot.. ar...
Chamber of Commerce reported your favorite tossed salad 1* to Secretary (Clerks Seal) **
The Board of Supervisor of CN 433-April t, 1114 CN 41 ltri. Floridar
the distributed 1
get dressing properly IN
class Tuesday In its Weekly Business Review Clewlston Drainage District will
released yesterday over the green and meet In the office of the Districton

not in a pool at the bottom of May 1. 1M4, at IU: clock.
Florida In the afternoon Eastern Standard
"The volume of the
Ted Gab county, agent has tb bowl for the of

extended an Invitation to an Interested catch was approximately the The secret is to tint re,artte rlr.m..b. tI .lo"o. -

persons to attend the same a* the previous :year but the leaves under running "viler Budget. with" reereit to aid .The demand (for fat I

first of a series of three meet. the value dropped about IS percent and drain them well; wrap in BOARD OF I>UPtJl.VD.'C'RICLIIWI'JTOI'f

to the of according to these preliminary towel : D ..J.NAIG, and stocker
togs pertaining use a loosely and chin overnight DISTRICTW

2-4-D Gallo stressed that not figure or at lead a day. This C. Prewltt, Froiddent."

only farmers but their employees "The catch of: good fin fish last leaves the green crisp 'and CN 41k-April I, 1..4. cattle is heavy

are urged to attend :year came to U million pounds dry The dressing clings 'to the

this meeting on Tuesday night up a fraction from 1962. Menhaden leave It slides off wet leave I I. hereby NOTICENonce given that la Buy only the

7:30: at Sugarland Auditorium.Dr. and other non-tood fish into the bottom of the bowl. accordance' with Chapter 1117

,0 Joe Orsenlgo, of the Everglades used for oils and ferW1 ", of Florida Supervisor Law of of 1146 Dlston' the Island Board -- cattle

\ ee Experiment Station totaled 30 million pounds down Drainage District has causedto you want
be prepared a budget ot the
Belle Glade, will be the speaker IT per cent"Shrimp: Instant' foods Debt Service requirement and

.;, I. for the first night and will amounted to S9 million cost of maintaining and operating ..
all *f the work and Improvements *
touch on the symptoms of the pounds up T per cent and of the District for the M
?: le msn[ utls TALL lIlT mm! SEMI JLOS DUMEL 2-4-D on vegetables and be other type of shell fish, SI million ] are cheaper too period beginning 'it'r. 1
:
1114 and ending October
ACPIINNAIty' Far Mitellic" value of the chemical to sugarcane pounds, up 11 per cent and that said budget Is on tile -Sales Every Monday at 1:00 P.M.

Ddssgdckip,.. -_ kitrt- growers "Florida traditionally ranks In the office of the Secretary
You can live money' as well ot the District and
the earn may
1100' 'Idla.... lad kitk- The second meeting will be 11th among the SO elates In the a* time by using many convenience be examined at th* office ot the

Ear cIaa.,1I. ," Pw>iAg along the same lines by another amount of fish brought In and foods BerretaryTh .
IltaullfullIDIoI1 'I' / Board of Supervisor of *
r 11'1 ..off competent. speaker and the thirdseason third in 'value of the catch a* Mrs Gladys Kendall. marketing Dlston Island Drainage District
dock Research project will meet In the office of the District
)?. \ will be a field trip giving the specialist Florida Agricultural on Maw 4. IM4 at II:..
proper vetting and procedures and program conducted by the) Extension Service says o'clock In tie mareingstern

for use of the chemical. State Board of Conservation are that In a cost comparison study: of Standard hearing Time objection for the and purpose. comElalnts GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN.

of convenience food with the: with reipect to Kid

.
same foods cooked In :your' own
I It! I snuff HlSI IIi SRSn fU I WIn kitchen researcher found that HOARD DIHTON' OF I ISLAND SUPERVISORS DRAINAGE! bone WT Mt21 Belle Glade, Iii

lasyspplubae. CAN: ... Owner Must Sell 42 convenience items were less DISTRICTO W. Kntcht President

f./III.pnol pII' ''er expensive: They discovered that I CN 434-April *, II, 1H4.

tidies .. God!: ....... 116 were more' expensive thanhomeprepared

......., ....1If &IDa... 3 bedroom 2 bath home loods IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
HEN CRT
COUNT:.
I !:God If you' are a .typical; shopper FLORIDA
.11II .IICtI..1. IN CHANCERY No C-1510 0
I color ft baOIn you buy enough of the Im mey HARm LUMBER READY. ATTENTION!

I Ir 1250 sq. ft. with 800 more in 2-car garage savers to keep your food costs MIX INC( etc. Plaintiff

lower than if :you purchasedfresh : y.. Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers

-4' and workshop. Partly furnishedwith products: entirely and prepared ALUMATRON INTERNATIONAl ,
;, ___ INC., cola jt el.,
them yourself. Der.nel.nt.. LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
complete kitchen Take chicken chow meln. NOTICE Of MARTER' IlALm

r Four servings of the frozen the Notice underilgned I. hereby ae Special given Uast that. WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING

three lots variety. costs 85 cents. If :you .r. undrr and by virtus of the

buy it canned, it Is 66 cents To Final Deere of Foreclosure!
heretofore entered In that
< TOWNPaint beautifully built and immaculate make it. from scratch would cost tain cause pending. In the Circuit cer A Law Cost Farm Hortfife
Court for H.ndry County. Flori FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
$1.02.Fresh .
you da, being Chancery Case No. 1510, WUI Fornlih
Cash
Terms can be arranged. orange Juice prepared In which I HAH LUMHfcR tk T*
RBADV-MIX.: INC. eto I. plaintiff Refinance debt iriaaaee
at home coats about twice
as and' ALUM AT RON .
& HardwareSugarland much as Juice prepared! from INC, vta, et INTER.NATIONAL al, are farm Improvement, mew bofldlan. 11'
} frozen concentrate: defend.nta t as Special Master chase wind macUnes and Install trrlgaUao.
J. E. BEARDSLEY In Chancery appointed by the AssUt In riaca.
The biggest bargain among Court In said decree, under and purchase ef a firm, If" er
Hwy. Phone YU 31141DONTFOftGlf. by virtue of the terms thereof Purchase mere land.
all the convenience foods studiedwas will offer
for sale and
BROKER all at Pr* ld* capital enterprlw.ONLT .
REGISTERED: REAL ESTATE Instant coffee. Out of public. outcry to the hlgheet and funds for the farm
every
b.st bidder for cash at the A LAND BANK LOAN
E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501 $100 apent for food. SI got for northern front door of the Court HAS ALL THESE: ADVANTAGES
House
instant coffee. The same number of H.ndry County. In the
GET SUNSET city of LaB.ll.. Florida, on the 1. Laws payment
of serving from regular Ito day o* May, 1X4
at
eleven I.
J A'fn.uet.1 MTHCM( :. UTI CLASS COMPANY coffee would cost 196. clock In the forenoon of aced Lenter terms (u t* II years). eldmfn0does .i
day, the same being a legal I. Dependable service (serving arricnltor
1 If reasonable value was put sales day and the hour during 1117) I

on the bomemaker' time. many the total hour., of _Ia. the fol .. FaD I
lowing deecrlbed property ..ltu..t. prepayment privileges wtthoat penalty
J P.M. other convenience foods would In H.ndry County. Florida I. Lean scrrlee by local people famfflar with. local! sf)leoltue.
1 tO 6 have a lower cost than fresh or Lot I* ant the lAst One. .
Half
of Lot 11 Block III of
+ OPEN HOUSE homemade Mrs Kendall pointed the Revised General Plan of If w* eec be *f oem_ U y*. please write *r pb a'

Sun. A r.z, out. Clewlston Florida, according W. B. MAT Mgr ABBOTI'&IIL"'"*.
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Tit. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Fag Sever ,4 '
DAN FROM DEVIL'S GARDEN Thursday, April 9, 1964 --,.Section OM I I
'- LMellt.

MISTER EDITOR: Taylor and this feller Burton The whole thing w.i 10 ed it pedestrian has the right ef ,

reading a OX"M* !Item and that calls fur a heap of discussing. confuting that the fellers Just way,, and Bug was of the opinion! 1
papers this woeX! tint decided Ua and Ibis Diet deserved that both was safe If they dlda'l
to be pasted on Presi each: J oJwr arc .lit it goat try to demand their! rights. I
'* desk He has al. r.rst off. Mrs. Burton allowed that.
1- FOR RENT Quiet alrcondi- as how he was going to ts '.w Mr. Burton was the When! the fellers at the country
1961 4-< Clem WebtiUT sal:: of t1fo'i.n! store' git to discussing wlnv I
CLASSIFIED' RATES: Four honed and heated sleeping to the bone and kindest man in the world fer
pale Ion that Liz was a good example Mister !
Editor things
can
men
cent per word per Insertion\ 70 room with kitchen privilege if tra a chant ler hint to cut: allowing her to git her divorceon of how the wlmmen folks was In dL'titon. Bake Grubb
cent minimum charge four insertion desired.! YU 23421. tIe an. the grounds of him being! extreme go any I
; YU
to be of
getting more a prob claimed we neected a new law
for the price of ttirte. FOR RENT now they was reined cruel. Ed Doollttl said lem ever day. At his louse farInstant
-Available April IS. aria a woman having a bl1r- o \
FOR Ironside at the Bos- nobody but a Solomon could: figure
PHONE YUkon 3-1201 Three room furnished apartMent that Gem said it was auto more'n one foot high. lIt said
er. : Shipyard at a coat one out.
See at 408 E. Ventura. matleal fet his old lady to have he might compermlse ler 18
M+Q.. rersona whose name appear Aprte take up This! is the fourth, Then Us, that change husbands the last word,, but what was Inches and that was his celling I
.to the elasstfled ads 100 years this old tub to match her wardrobe fitting him down was them But it was general agreed they
nay pick up two passes to W. J. Cato rebuilt, according to has been married la four different thousand words afore abe jot ain't nothing In the Constitution
the Wile Crystal: Theatre. FOR RENT OR SALE-2 in the papers and the brands of religious faiths down Co the last one. agin them space hairdos. One of
bedroom .
eompUmenU ef the Newsand trailer. !: has DOW got more and ain't found one ;yet that has the fellers recollected: New York!:
Sleeps I. With PANY million Invested In a stuck. In the meantime her and Bug Hookum allowed as how
Theatre. Paste most be Aluminum passed a law agin the tatto
du. Cabana and screen log didn't cost but 165,000 Burton has been the law laid husband the
OR RENT-- living together a was business but the big court held
( SALE called for before Wednes
room. Price 1 II
c: fOR bedroOIDo Car- right. Write Box service was put in the water in fer two year in what they was head of the house, and he had
r pieS, three : ()bi3po St. day. XX dewistoo New, Box 1236 calling a "courtship" arrange- noted' where the courts: has real (Continued on Page Eight)
LocatIDG Sb
tart' aDd PadtlCC OewUton. tic Phone piece said the Job was ,

r mom eorcaa Lee Wtaon' e44 FOR RENT-GmaU house. Fur- the Navy shipyard with
11 ttc bid while the Bethlehem: d
63S1, Lake Park, Fla. 215 Acres Cleared nished or unfurnished, (35 YOUR. Company had to close
per month. See Mr. Sloan 433
, will shipyard! next door on
540 Acres Adjoining City E.son.Trinidad or call H. P. John Uo What of not gHtlng enough No need ,

Adjacent to Clewlston.O For sub-dividing. do you to pay its taxes to help 4
Suitable for Frank Denmead Realtor result. shipyard com
sub-dividing YU 2-3421 'em. fora -
FOR
Fronting U.s. 27
Frank Denntesd leaner 1 er second: item was a re-
YU 2-3421 portable Washington that the
good Energy folks has spent crystal ball
REAL ESTATE .. to dig a hole fer I
near Hattlesburg! Mis i Ii
or Investwent Ii
home WHILE
NORTHSIDE and has now found the to find
considerably i
property priced ,, of ,
-kuiitaUia fer what r
,
market
under pads In mind. I reckon they ,x
NORTHSID -Immaculate.bedroom frame, Class mwd.rr ANNOUNCEMENTS I 1 t Mist scratch ; another (26 million the best
the
Furnished.
up the bole. It makes
JIORTHSIDE-2 bedroom frame wonder if them
19.000. BUYING COINS Jefferson FOR knows a atom from central ,' '
\ ACREAGE as available.S RUt tsUTE JOR 1 RENt Nickels (Ea.) 1950-D, $1000; in the ground.
up )
, ACRES.NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 193 -D. $2.SO; 193&S, 1.00; birds ain't no quicker way
bath frame home. Hardwood FOR RENT Furnished cabins 1938-D; ims 50c; 1951-S, 1955- Pet Editor our Guvernment air conditioning
and trailers. Johnson Fishing P, 2Sc; 1943O; 19495; 19>>P. Animal back the confidence of
lloorl.FHA HOMES in Broward.Palma Camp. YU 2-1181. tie 15c:; 194&S; 1948-S; 195S-P. lOc 1238. people. than to i
Beach and Dade' eountlei Roosevelt Dime (Ea) 1955-P; few heads together and for the
small home
various size and price. FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer 195S-D; 19555, SOc. Franklin these folks out of a Job. ,
Small cash payment spaces. :Royal; Palm Trailer Halve (Ea) 1955-P, $1.75; 1949- FOR 1 see by the papers d
fOR RENT Efficiencies and Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic P; 1949-D; 1949-S, 65c. Proof M. the Navy is till! holding
homes is available.Over sets and other coins! also want RE black dress shoes when .
1,000 vacant lot to select FOR RENT-New 10z48' bow ed. No nicked scratched, or other cervices is using .br40"t .,
from tor all purposes. V.riouIpricel. trailer with two bedroom mutilated coins! wanted. Ship in- ALL shoes. The General Ac
''
and akcondiUon.! By week or S E T
Terms. cured mall to: Joe Anderson Office reports that this
I
INCOME month. YU( 24421. tic dona $ the (158-
INVESTMENT AND 3103 Boo Air Drive Orlando. taxpayers
;
PROPERTY1. Jimmy Harris Florida. (See me April II at ever year.' The piece.
tWO MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent 322 Bond St. YU 2-3671))., lIp rOA\; to say !the taut In the and i
CBS construction(25,000. FOR RENT-Three bedroom duplex. has been debrtlng A new super-compact'ur1it t designed priced

toNG TERM. low interest. Central heating and air & C. Fry N':it. for ,You last six
and ranch conditioning. Call after 4:00: pjn.IS : .they can ttffe It In an
cane grove E2NCH
lanD SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom
mortgages, minimum (50,000. ( W. Sagamore. Available made. Complete line of it won't epat" the tax specifically for the small home.it .
L ltp but anoUor (941.000.
May
LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. EASY
drapery and slip cover fabric
M. IANBTOBDIn. FOR RENT One bedroom furnished Free estimates. Call YU 1-5831. $: : that time Old Ironildes
Beat Estate Broker 32S W. be needing an- .
$75.00 Tan Cothern's Custom Furnitureand
Apartment. per Job. tCools.
530 East: Sugarland Highway month. One to two person only. Upholstery. tie FLA. item in the
Fire, Auto and General papers
Insurance YU 24421. tfo RADIO & TV SERVICE. Carith- that caught my eye

Clew lon, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 FOR RENT-one bedroom efficiency ers Radio & TV Sale with one about the U. S. Dehumidifies Filtersair
apartment: utilities service. Nickel Building! 108 in London distributing
furnished. Couple> only. Phone Bond Street Clewlston, Fla. pamphlets explaining to I
improved YU U<<1. YOUR PHIL people how us Amer.
tic Phone
425 Acres of Highly YU MM1.
pasture. Over H mile CO DEALER. tic a President. I shore for whole house comfort hottest
fronting on U.S. 27. Five ROOMS FOR RENT Can YU Bl4ZIo'a&! to git hold of OlIO of on muggiest I f
miles from Clewlston. 24881. tic IF ITS UNIFORMS see us first pamphlets end Improve '
Frank Deametd Realtor Nurses, Beauticians, Waitress in this! matter. \
YU 2-3421 FOR RENT dean modern Maid Doctor's and Barber1 I eel where the U. S. days. Bryant is best b.[.> ", J
room with kitchen utilities. Jackets. The only uniform shop : of Commerce is your ..
phone and TV privilege can for miles\ around. LJNNIE'S HEl I a survey on the cost of '" '
INCOME Unfinished 3 bedroom YU 2 191. Apr23c
UNIFORM SHOP 1635 Hendry and the cost of git-
C.500 equity beat way X Janltfo It will be sate to
Street,Fort Myen.
on get it 432 W. El Paso. FOR RENT-2 and 3 room furnished
that these matters will
Let tell all about it.
Trite Mabel J. Whitney 1175 N. apartment Phone 2- i BLUM & SONS PLASTERING. : neat profit at both ends. us you I

V.79th St.Miamla.:Fla. Apr23cT 1271. tic Very Best Work- come to the place Mis

We Save You Money where all I can hope
a Jones, Jr.
3-Bedroom Frame House. Plastering Simulated Stone EARN ( is keep up with yester I
DEMAND GREATER THAN Has Just been remodeled. Stucco-Free Estimate enjoyed a heap of
EVER for houses acreage, Ha plenty of shade in yard. Licensed and Insured train in the last 20 year
tuslneises. We have customer Already financed. Move In 25 Years In Business\ enced. bad to mall most of it GLADES GAS CO.Dan ;
with small down payment; 27M, .
ntting. List your property with Frank Denmead Realtor 3850 Lora Street \ .
w. J. E. Beardsle,. Ph. YU YU 24421Directory Fort Myen, Fla. tie W Yours truly,
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Eight THE CLEWISTOK' NEWS dewiitoo :Fla. approximately 1300 damage to RoTsTn Lift!. Packs for Trick or Treaferi Dickinson spoke of the fine candidate. "A new era of growth Jrowth. Th.exampJet 4d ..
Thursday April 9. 1964 Section One the car tt bans fishing on Lake Okeechc- anu development ha opened Prosperous: semis .. 111))

The boy admitted having t bee!i hut admitted his favorite up. In addition. to sugar. cane going up Dew__
r' done similar acts previously on. fishJjM t Is bream( fishing with a the increased plantings of citrus llne-lookJng everywhere w t
Underwriters offerhOlpitalization Royal Palm Avenue and else and worms. and the new chip mill providing load inventories 1n4111 IIreet iii
I Sugar Industry cane polo
where in the areaReport Clew .ton and Hendry county a steady outlet for forest pro- J want lID be a Part ill !be I'< d plan k at all...,

joins tribute Persons 61 yean old and over, madeof -JIll

l are Invited to meet with a representative r -.q
lor hospitalization
to Holland insurance at the Clewiston Dimes MarchThe

l Chamber of Commerce Building
j Thirty. member of Florida1 Saturday, April 11 between the March of Dunes broughtin
s sugar Industry win attend the hours of 1:00 and 6:00 p.m. n.086.81 In Hendry county'
1
I "Thank You" luncheon for Senator The Insurance plan Is open for Chairmen John Corbin and Bill "
n \, Spenard 1. Holland, in a limited time, and persons may Holmes reported this week, This
} Orlando on Friday April 17th. apply, regardless of past health Is the gross sum collected from One StopService
'JI
;?'j H. T, Vaughn, Sr., president of record. all sources in the county r 'r
I I U. S. Sugar Corporation Clewis- This Is a Community Service Expenses of the drive (postage "
I t: ton,has been selected as spokesman Project made possible by the etc) amounted to $193.83. !
g I, for the sugar men. Everglades Idle Underwriters The Hendry county chapter of .I
The luncheon which la Dutch Association the National Foundation receives \ ,

treat and strictly non-political, 136863, which remains .
will honor Florida's senior senator Three charged in in the county for local needs. Cahfonto' ffaiii. Advisory Board J'/IIII/
The balance-4614.3S-Is sent to
for his contributions for
treat
many Sweet California raisins In little packs are a favorite
to agriculture during his long car-lawn the National Foundation for re- Balloweeners la every' neighborhood Each IW-ounce carton
,
1 tenure of public service Senator capers search and other expenses contains the perfect amount for a quick energy liraor and they-r
Holland has served In the Police Officer S. M. Price Each year the retiring president easy for children to handle, too. Buy them 1ft bundlw
state senate as Governor of of the Lions Club assumes of six at grocery stores everywhere
three and
charged men'
Florida and three terms In the young the. duty of heading the Marchof These festive raisla cup cakes, wade with cake mix, also see
two with assortment
U. S. Senate. juveniles an Dimes drive. The Club volunteered the Halloween mood. Dark seedless California raisins are ar
of charges as the result to provide a chairman: ranged in the shapes of prowling cats atop the raisin chocolate
Tickets for the luncheon have of destruction of private and cakes Orange Icing contrasts with the dark cake and raisin decorations
and this
each bit
been distributed to each of the public property, namely driving method year of naming the upon chairman. to carry the traditional color scheme of the dal.I .

agriculture groups Interested on on lawns and parkways, spinning The success of the fund drives BLACK CAT RAISE COT CAKES z,
a basis of membership and the and sliding their Monday I
car Indicates that this method Is a U cup dark seedless raisins Orange Icing
800 seats available are reserved night J.package devil food :Balslns! for decorating tops "
In this Instance.
good one,
for those directly: concernedwith According to Price. Charles I cake mix '* Printing of all kinds- .,
sericulture The committee Platt, who U presently on probation I Chop raisins coarsely/ Prepare cake batter according: to
has been unable to honor has been charged with City docket ''package directions for cup cakes; fold In raisins. Spoon Into lif
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each all the Held requests of agriculture for tickets has but opportunity driving with restricted driver'slicense Among the cases disposed: of (I paper When baking cool, 'frost cups Within Orange muffin cups.Icing. :MakeacatkShapes With Letterpress printing in any size or quantity. We can
careless driving and
whole raisins
Wednesday: April 1 by Acting [ on each cup cake
to be represented in causing an accident, contributing : City Judge Carlos Dickey were: f ORANGE ICING: :Beat together V cup butter, 1 tablespoon. also handle register forms continuous forms
the group to the delinquency of a min Barbara B Young disorderly: grated orange peel, 2 cups sifted powdered sugar, 2 tablespoon for
The "Thank You" committee or and destruction of public conduct, S35: Barbara B Young, jbalf and half and Jew h drops orange :food coloring.
says the luncheon "1:1: a long and private property, Doug public drunk $25.: Katherine V. billing machines. If it's printed, we can do it for you

overdue expression of grati Smith has been charged with Shows, careless driving $10 or
tude"; it has been under discussion contributing to the delinquencyof 2 days, Everett E. Rider disorderly quickly and economically. -
since last fall, and the a minor and accessory to conduct $50, Rowley R Matthews'named old lady ain't never changedthe
event has been delayed becauseof the crime as 'was Earl Frank. Conant, public drunk $25, furniture around in the parlor
Senator ll Uand'. legislative lin. The two Juveniles have appeared Clarence Brooks Jr, speeding, If be'. telling the truth I'd
commitment before Counselor 3 W. $10; Leydet L. Richard, running fund chairman have to say he got hlsielf a gem '* EngravingWe -
Senator Holland will make the Wright, and disposition Is pend- red light $10; Ida Car of pure gold.Personal ,

major address of the day ing noso Crawford careless driving Jim Matthews sales representative Mr Euitor, the
The arresting officer said the $10 2 days. Preston McGee handle invitations
or ; of the Florida Culvert only thing I know fer certain wedding,I announcements, ,
1958 Ford In which the boy found not of careless .
was guilty Manufacturing. Co., tarn been about a gal is that the first ,
were riding had passed throughthe driving which: resulted in an appointed Hendry County Finance thing she notices about a felleris personal or business carJs or any other type of en-
lawn of Mr. and Mrs James accident James Haley DWI. .
Sugarland Pharmacy ; Chairman of the Dickinson whether be notices her. J .
E. Brandon with the lights out $200) or 60 days license revoked, for Governor campaign by Yours truly, graved stationery.
and aped on north on Circle Billy B. Bailey disorderly conduct R. F. Raldle of West ,Palm Uncle Dan.
'
PIZZAYU Drive with the: light out Platt $25 or 10 days: JohnnyF Beach: Mr. Raldle is chairman
reportedly missed the curve at Langdale speeding, $1250; of the State "Dfcklnaon lot Gov- I.ft,
triangle intersection of Circle Anita Sue Fairish careless driving ernor" Finance Conm t1Iee. ',c...' \'
2-3311 and Magnolia and struck a tree $20 or 5 days; and Woodrow Matthews a resident of dew.Jston 4-laning SR 80 '* Rubber Stamps- : v.;;;-::, "

In the park area resulting In, Parker, public drunk $25 for over three yeans, Is t
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aper coal friend of Dickinson 5-day service given kind of rubber
,
on
stamp.
and consider It an honor to Florida sugar Sugar is the any
$ $ represent his committee In this only commodity that man has '
county'; always consumed all that ha Signature stamps take a little. ,longer. ;"'Wt t can be se-
-
,t ONE WEEK ONLY The new chairman. fa working been produced. I will continue :"' ,* I'!oI'
Jf.s with other Hendry! "Dickinson cured. :'
county to be the sugar Industry's friend ..:
; 19' Motorola Portable TV 11" Admiral Portable for Governor" supporter\ and hope It will steadily grow ....:

A real bargain at $129.95 only $99.95 In formulating plan for an active and .increase Its payrolls as we .
l campaign In the county, produce and ship our sugar"
,
"" Rebuilt Frigidaire Washer During his residency In Clewis- Dickinson said be feels! completely Advertising-
w
23" RCA Lowboy Console ton, Matthews baa contributed at home In Clewiston:
Good $75 .
as new greatly to athletic He ii staunch i
A steal, only $149;) programs a conservationist.has ;
RCA Console Stereo '#IM with his active' support and is been interested In preservIng offered to you through the Clewiston News. If your
well known in the!
very arcs our natural resources, ,In
21" Reconditioned Motorola (6 j speakers with AM-FM ". He is presently residing at 3.18 promoting outdoor recreation in business requires reaching the mass trket/!' this is

Like new $79.50 Stereo Radio $199! .95 East Trinidad Avenue. Florida and in conserving the
water supply which is an important headquarters for advertisement
your a single or a
: Band Associationmeets problem in most of
Redish Electric Co. : Tuesday continuous campaign.

116 South Bond Phone YU 216OJ'A
'b There will be a meeting of the

d $ :$ d s its d $ its $ ::194 Oewiston Band Association onTuesday
evening at S o'clock In '* Direct Mail ServiceThe -
the band room. Mrs, Dan McCarthy ,
president, urge all

members to attend, largest circulation in Eastern Hendry County is


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Uncle Dan fromDevil's
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rI Josh Clodhopper flggered '* Pictures-
maybe the felleri was too hard Ph.
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I tI t Testing session in Ft. Myers for I'



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prospective teachers is near .


two weeks remainfor Optional. Examination whichare tr "Dedicated to the advancement of fiend ry County and America's Sweetest Town"
than mastery of
subject
matter in the
who designed to
plan$0 prospective take the National teacher****. demonstrate fields in to which teach he may be assigned VOLUME 17 NUMBER IS CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed See. 149.1, PM.-Subscription 4.00 year ,

er Examlnationt Hitf School at, on Fort May Myers 9,to Florida Citrusare All candidates will receive ..'; .i ,' ,

submit caliOlLl Senior for their these completed tesu to appll MissHdorle orientals tickets are ,to of bring admission with them which to they the Schlitz $500,000 fishing derby Bar-b-que Saturday night t ::'f t 4

Roush, Guidance Of. Florida can't claim test. The test will be given In
of ita
any
lice, Senior High School, Fort major citrus fruits s being Da.tlve the high school Cafeteria. Can

Myers Fla. Application tor the to Its lOlls, according to inations didates for nill the report Common at 8 30 Exam provides valuable research dataThe Mixed Calcutta i'* '

,.laminations 10 a.not to later reach must than the be Guidance April forwarded 15.- Dr.Florida.H. S.professor Wolfe, University of horticulture. of. on the May test 9 at and 9:00: will a.m.begin The: taking Common a m. tourney I .

OIIIce l
advised. Examinations will be concluded value of the Schlitz Florida Most species demonstratedthat
Hiss! Roush Our popular: fruits such as at approximately 12:30: 1500,000 Fishing Derby in few of them trawl more '
itnllcatlons S for the examine oranges, tc-gerlnes and kum. p.m. Candidates for Optional research 4. told In a 16i>age than 20,mites! in a season and slated 1 1The
lionTtnd Bulletins of InforanaL quats originated in China and Examinations will report againat booklet, Tagging of Fishes in most wander less than 10 mil... Sunday morning 'j< !
describing regrlstratlon pro. lived there and in Japan for the examination center at Florida, by Robert Tope of the Once fish reefs or artificial obstructions .
jejure and containing representative many centuries before coming\ 1:30: p.m. and will begin the Fish Marine Laboratory at St with some protection
test questions may be to the Sunshine State. Dr. Wolfe tests at 1:45: p.m. Those taking Petersburg. It i* the fifth of a !tram predatory enemies, they public Is invited to attend ute Intervals, in the following 14 Jim Brandon, Tommy <
obtained from the Guidance Of.dcq says that key limes were native only one Optional Examination series of professional treatise are apt to remain there a lifetime a barque Saturday night order: Weathers and Ruth McCarthy
Fort Myers Senior High to\ India and wene planted in should complete ,this test at' tesutd by the board, directed by Ingle Mid. This confirms which preoeeds the annual Mixed 1-Earl Morrison, Bob Mc- IS-Warren Howell, Mike Hen ."1i. )1
SchoolAt the West Indies by the Spanish about 3:15: p-m. and those tak Randolph Hodges. the value of man-made reefs Calcutta Tournament Sun Daniel and Margaret Smith. ring and Louise ,Wleaenfeld. f
,, the one-day testing session before 1500. The Persian or Tahiti log two Optional Examinations ni concrete rubble and old automobU day, April 12. 2-CharIle Wiesenfeld, Frank 16-Glenn Etherton, Bonnie g'
a candidate may take the Com lime was bred in California. should finish their tests at approximately ing"Probably of toe the principal find tire. Chicken or ribs, with the Zemonlk and Inca Llncbarger, Durrance and Mary McDanlel ,
is
Florida
Examinations, which Include However, the grapefruit has report that will 3 Frank Mottley, George "I 1
mOIl 4:45 trimmings be available at 17-Ronald Hare, Bob Hare
: p m, accord- fish:-like Florida p", love The greatest frustration of the
tests In Professional Information never existed in the wild but the b-b-q at the Club House at Llneberger and Evelyn Vaughn. and Elgin Shore. I
,General Culture, English spontaneously with ng to the time schedule for their homes, and ashy there, study was failure of many fishermen 4-Joe Bundy, Jean Roland '
/ grew other 7:00: for donations of $2 00 for 1S-A1 Holoubek, Nigel Miller
Expression, and Nonverbal citrus fruits under cultivationin these examinations which has said Robert Ingle, h-lid of the to pinpoint locations of adults and $1.00 for children and LaVerne RedUh.S and Polly McLendon.
reasoning In addition, each the West Indies a. couple of been set up by Education TestIng salt"Fish water have fish,rewnr/division.! _their! catches. This InfomtitioaIs according ;to Dick Baker, Country -Bill Baker, Jimmy and 19-Joe Hendry, Ivan Shore t I'
a tremendous homing necessary to tan imcctiia of
candidate may take one or. two hundred years ago. Service. tendency.. the CiA! vice! president! Eloise Harris. and Naomi Stockman. ;
program. Team will begin teeing off 6-Dick Baker, Tony Toulis <
at 10:31)) a.m. Sunday at T mJnI and Mary Weathers.
7-Eddie Crosby, Ernie Con Summer closing
;
I nette and France Morgan. ;
Holland 8-Jack RedUh, Dot Vettorl :'t,,
deluged and Margie Hendry. dates announced '
9 Mike Vettorl, HarryVaughn
wltfi god wishesFlorida Jr., and Katherine Ho-[ Summer closing dates for I
gan. Clewlston merchants have been 7
I
10( -Tubby Owens, Ed McCon- reported to the State Chamber ,
Democratic! member ville and Frances Nail of Commerce by Richard "i ,
of Ctngress: and Senate leaders Phelps, chairman of the merchants >
11 Jack MartinI! Corky ,:!)
Joinod Miami this 'week in endorsing committee.June .
the candidacy) of Senior Blair and Pat Baker. 1st through August 31st, lJ,
United Sites Senator Spessard 12-Bob Berner, Ruby Mcli which fa the cutter wry closing a
L. Holland for re-election on tyre and Addle McGehee period, was set U the report '! ::J i
MayS. 13-teRoy Hare, Bob McCol- .* 'the time for 'Wednesday afternoon .,?;;< 0.
ley and Ruth Mottley.CORRECTION. closlrjV\ :In Clewlston. i '
Phelps|) nW the merchant ; ;
customarily close during\ thin '
Gould Brothers Paint Store period, and that a few stores W '

In last Weed's new account maintain an. all day Wednesday '! : I
of Joanne Crawford's' Injury, it closing also.Republicans \
o e was stated "Attending a barbecue i
at ,the hun of ITr. and plan
Mrs W. J, Cato, Josm, with j ;
311/ Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston other girls in the group, decided forum in Miami I I

t to try riding the haul: one Republican State Chairman. : :
of the guests had ''l.' v
broug '' Tom Fairfield Brown, has announced
Mr. Cato has c>n' ct'd this a Party-to-People Lat ''I II
statement. The horse ,era. not in-American Affairs Fol'Uollto* g I
brought to the party by any of be held In Miami on April 15. I
the guests. Two youths happened This Is one of six national forums r : \
Specials for Thursday Friday and Saturday ,to ride put on horses ,to be held across the nation I
while the barbecue 'was in progress to enable individual AmerL. .' ''I j
and some of the guests, cans to participate in the drafting !

10 % off on ALL BLP PRODUCTS including horses. Joanne, rode the platform of the for 19G4.Republican Party :"'t I


The Senator was bombardedwith


I Interior Exterior Vinyl Mobile Fume Proof Mildew past during week telegrams his in kick-off the of Dupont good rally wishes Plaza this "

Hotel, his Miami headquarters.The I
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Resistant South Florida kickoffwas I
covered by a 18-sUtlon
NOWAVAILABLE
South Florida radio network. ,

LATEX PAINT HOUSE PAINT Congratulatory messages Included
those of Mike Mansfield, il
Senate Majority leader: "Pleas- I
ed to extend my best personal t
wishes to (U your friends in at
Now $4.98 Gal. tendance. And, of course, this
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$2 98 gal. goes without saying, always my j'lf;
Reg. $6.38 Gal. best wishes to you end Mary;"
Senator Tom Dodd (N. J,), Senator -
: ,
Eugene McCarthy (Minn.);
Senator Edmund Muskle!. (Maine)
and Senator Warren O. Magnu- In Clewiston. i .
eon (Wash.)
Many Other In-Store Specials The Florida Congressional .. ,

messages came from all Democratic .
members of the House /
'who are supporting the Senator
Our VisitorsInquire
Gladoli
Free to Rep. Bob Slkes (Dean of the 'e
Florida delegation); Dante B. I
Fascell ((4th District)] Don Fuqua "

((9th(8th( District District. )|):Billy Paul Matthews O. Think of' It I t' ,:

Roger ((8th District); Syd Her- A '
long ((5th District): Chart E. '
Bennett ((2nd District): and Congressman 1
Free Claude Pepper ((3rd
about our Home District), conveyed his beat DUNLOPNYLON 1

."r.. wishes by telephone. I p
4, The Senior Senator told the :
thousands of persons on big network

')*v: r: "proud"hookup of the solid that support be was of '

: Decorating Service i the Florida delegation and expressions t
.,, of'good wishes by the
,
If .
,: n-aH "'t. f. leadership of the United State
,'!I.JI\t{; \ ; ;:, "> .' Senate.. / TIRES

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t'T;; Hendry has three AS LOW AS J y: '

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Licensed Paint Contractors with new corporationsSecretary $9"95A701J I

of State Tom
Adam has announced the char add Me* ..*.* IN ... MM*** Ike
,
toning of three corporations in .
Hendry county recently. They Quality plus Economy ? I

35 years experience are: .:, I
qver Kenwsy Corp., Star Route
Boa 475 LaBelle, Rest stale and At '!: I ;
construction Kenneth J. Curtl -

+ + + + + + W.*.Curtis.Isabella R Curtis. Robert) I


Abstract FORD'SShell

Belle. Abstract and title business.
Lorinda 8. Dav1 Elsie K.Stllwell. .
Gould BrothersiPaint Store Edward H. Tracey.
Time Saver Food Store at Pa-
,!dee, Inc, P. O. Box 215, Service .
Clewlston, dealing in grocerybusiness. I ,
James B. Kelly, Big :
3I1% Ph. YU 3'2111 Clewiston Stone Gap, Va., James E. ''t
Sugarland Hwy. White, Gcwirfon. Edward J.Stalemate. Sugarland Hwy. Clewuton"Iito "
Okeechobee Lillian
B. Hook, Oewiaton. I '


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-- a .. .
wttiulat 'injury.
the
rags Pa nlwo l t TH1 C1.EW131'0ii. ICEW3'"'"" Oe1ri.ton. ria. cles on sale and S, price. of professional fuH-time Instructors. Forest award Ion occurred a, JIe"h tint

Thursday April. 1.1S4 SrCtlon"Two Royal said his firm attempts driving 11lonl to:
to gain local dominance their Subjects range from maaage- MiltonFlorida's about 115: I.m. Ther1
particular market; to offer ment and merchandising courses goes to carrying a tank lit atress r a ;
cost low-price small discount merchandise which Is fashion- for dealers and their department I tank of lcetyJr.1I8 :ile
Royal tells club house may be in the making at orientated at. every price level managers to salesmanship foresters have selected five gallon can V g 11I le'''.
the present thus and to present it to the custom and specialized workshlps' for the Milton Press Gazettes Bellies feWenized th ,U II' a
Most businesses offer services ers through personnel who are staff members. la addition, the this yeari winner of their when he hea.r4he'\ rhganleao -
of retail change In addition to merchandise! friendly, courteous and willing school of automotive business annual press award. bit pulled ,the truck /
services such as baby-sitting to serve their needs administration conducts training a The award is presented annually 17 off the road, cut "rant I 4
Charles Royal, of Royals, Inc. or other conveniences during Othr rfuesU at the meetingwere programs for selected Ford to a Florida weedy new and stand awry 81mUon / .
! owners and operators of several shopping help attract wxntnbuyers. << Billy: Qass, Glades County Motor Caipany personnel paper publishing\ a f*('fcm article tine -cene. A second e n0
retail stores in the Glades are. Royal was emphatic in Agent, and Larry Royal of Classes 'iiHUse. tlw> most effective editorial 0"IW.* fart flowed very qufcty p 0 a J
talked on changes in merchandising pointing out that most> cf, the Belle Wade; brother of the 7/Knaffa.neut/ /! taefirodscurrnUy pertaining to forest: conserva A !I
when be spoke to Rotarians buying> in the nation la: done bywomen. tpu&er. / beiif used by outstanding AWARDING WINNING DISCUSES at a recent Joint Cob tion. The winning article: li selected alum passia.and' moifav, It
at 'their luncheon meeting the market weird by five judges on tile the pant
They represent autontblle dealerships, Perk, meeting Included, left U right Gary Roth, most ; truck "wa GIt ,
Monday Royal was introducedby the stores by to attract. .U basis of timeliness/ accuracy: brought tu iii. I w
funniest
:Mr. :Tiroes; said Group participation mast original; aDd Bryant Msneel. Jess thlt truck -..
:> R. C. Wilson, and the pro-. The small ntaJVr.U not necessarily Phelps! completes in simulated selling ormaullltll'IJeDt Cecil member Keen til bin HomJe ,I1a'. Den One. This months pregrsm reader npiieal and imporUi.non. : wen airedFAIR -. ,
Dr. L. C.Vasg'oan. ,
Ifrtm was arranged by to forestry. John 1'Jiol Jews,
...IdRoyaL situations is
rn lie way out. a .U sa growth aid every Cub Scout .Is expected to plant n
Florida P s Association
/ r I s
with priina'7 part c< each course.
Those wao keep
up PHOTO.
limited his talk to three Atlanta ud are for some type rt .uH.1.i01l.-J'UFF! served as one of 'the! judges
Royal < the times can continue to be course The Atlanta Marketing Institute /
general type of stores! department successful huiioem. A recent annually enrolls more than The announcement of the election PLAY"t.ynei

stores! such as Burdine survey conducted la. large met- Richard V. Phelps manager 2500 sales specialists of Ford Gulfstream Scouts set recordat was made In a fetter to
and Jordan Marsh. discount ropolitaa area to determine why of Hendry County :Motors, Inc, Motor company products from a Thomas A. Leonard. psm'Antand
r stores, and chain variety store editor of the :Milton paper
women chose a particular storeIn dewlston has been certified as ten-state. area.Vetera.na.
He said discount stores started which to trade found out they a graduate of the used vehicle by Dr. K. R. Swinford, chairman
first in abandoned factories rated these factors ia this order merchandising course at Ford Fisheating Creek CamporeeThere of the Florida Chapter,
where overhead costs were 1 low : 1. personnel and type of Motor Company's Atlanta Marketing may be) Southeastern Section, Society
and by offering low-prices the service; 2. .wide variety of arti- Institute were 32 dewiston Boy the weekend, as dozens of fires American Foresters and pro w
Stores attracted trade from Certification of course com- "short changed Scouts and leaders. among them learned through the darknessof lessor of forestry with the University
low-income persons. However, re than 800 who attended a the evening' of Florida's Agricultural
announced by L. C.
currently discount houses are pletion was Melvin T Dixon director of attended Experiment Stations and the
Sugarland Pharmacy Brock, director. of the Ford Institute more than 800 who a Scoutmaster A. H King and
have moved Into glamorous the department of Veterans affairs of
bigger> at Flsheating Creek last weekend Assistant Scoutmaster Ronnie School Forestry
quarters and with bright for the state of Florida, It was an experience long Lee accompanied these Scouts The award will be presentedto
lights and a bazaar-like atmosphere PIZZAYU The course Is one of several announced today that the House to be remembered by> Scouts from their troop: degg Hooks, Leonard during the Florida
are attracting persons In available at the Institute for Veterans Affairs Committee of who requested that the Cam- Ronnie! Hooks Skipper Hall Society's annual spring meeting
the $10-115000 annual Income 2.3311 Sealers, their personnel and the U. S. Congress, under the poree be held at the Creek because pin Clark, Tommy Ballard, at the Castaway Beach Mo-
bracket He believes that a Ford Motor Company employes. chairmanship of Olin E. Teague they had heard its praises Chip Fuller Lennie Button,, ttl: Daytona Beach May 7-8.
trend toward the genuine low. Classes are conducted by a staff Democratic Congressman of sung *o olden The Glades district Hayward Rich, George Vcate, Leonard:' and his wife will attend
..0 Scouts have enjoyed it for Danny Nelson Bernie Bryan as guests of the foresters.
.. ., years and Scouts from Vero Greg Phillips Kenny Brannan, outstanding screen
,," Beach south to Boynton Beach Jimmy Brandon, Danny ?cinder effafrpoyhonsotthimoif /
joined them best attended Camporee in the( Ronnie jVanklir:, John f his new office cola far
history of the council. Weathers, El Franklin, Keith I
ORLANDO
Mack Casklns and Paid Iiee' Cart!.'". not Jerry: Walton. This burns highwayA SENTINEL
Comet sales have. of the Scout Executive stall troop kilt brine! the results of on
headed the list of ScouVn who the competitive I Judging were
1961 Chevrolet) pickup truck
the Rash
accompanied boys innaiaceit, tad will receive
owned by Kelly Tractor Co.,
troop was in charge of its own !their; rating by nail from the
Clfwtston! was completely de-
Scoutmaster or Assist. .cout-( Council cfll 'j Inter.ScoutmasCT ;
master and the amply! project Loyis Barton driving along the highway
U: miles east of LaBelle on
activities were organized; on a was assisted by A. TV Strick :
platoon basis, wl'Ji a platoon land (who substituted lor Assistant Wednesday. April 1st 1Paid
leader In charj i of each.A Scoutmaster Curtis ) Trooper Dave Tomlinson reports
Fry ;
of the that the fire followed two
service project the Scouts In this troop on the poL adv pail
than doubNedvp11O Camporee was policing the area trip were Rudy Barton, Da leland explosions and E. B Bellies for by Kynes camp fund,
5 more and Scouts swarmed over! the Jimmy McCarthy Jlriir.yRedish driver of the truck, escaped Ronnie Spencer Chairman

land gathering tin cans and Jimmy Carlthcrs. David .
into .
debris which were piled Angel Caesar Martinez. Ke&ny
one garbage heap thus leavingthe Strickland, Edwin Cam JCU.
campsite in better condition Adel Sotolongo And BUI Baird "The Sweetest Sugar Ever
f ,( than it was found. This troop won aD Award of
The campfire ceremony was Merit and Honor for their performance !
the most impressive event of and projects.Turnpike Sold"I


/ be I;
r// cash
Texas, Is quite concerned abouta
ft'' study made by the Veterans
;Fy P"ht;; fir. Administration which points out sets new recordsThese
:
'-' that there are hundreds of "thousands
.. ." I., of Veterans and widows new records were set
'
.
o" .
who are receiving payments under by the Florida State Turnpike
",.,.. the Veterans Administration Authority In March:
.
uIIuinjostayear old non-service connected Day (Friday March 27)), $52-
,
pension law who may be en- 473.Week QPr
titled to increased benefits under : March 2W1 $309664
,. Public Law 86-211. the DeWonaervke Month: March $1.168.802.
connected pension Quarter: January-March Inclusive -
: law, but have not elected to receive $3,099,544. .
< t It. Therefore Dixon said

Teague's\ committee conductedan J
; extensive investigation this
past year to learn the reason

i for this.
Various reasons were found CARL
but the most common and obvious -
"
ones were the claimant's
fears and misunderstanding of
the law. In number of
a cases
No wonder Comet sales
I are so njTftg'newrecords this was found to be due to adverse HORNSByiCandidate
I every day! This car's a winner and everybody' rumors and remarks they
., loves a winner. It's the World's Durability Champion -' had beard about the law at some

I'' t -- .. winner of the Pure Oil Veterans' gathering, and specific !- for ,
.r 0" cases were found where the
% Achievement Award :=a. '64's ]
Mostl veteran or widow had been !Ill- a
.
Honored Car for styling and advised 1

J .. I*. holder of a traditional record f01' Bison said the Veterans Administration Superintendentof
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'..' high resale value bigger ;' o states that as of
more beautiful than any Comet before!i this date as per a recently completed __ .

Better join the winner's circle-today!} study latest of the income Veterans'questionnaires ao.lWldon' t,.
Public
.1 w !._,.,w'Hre.. .. 1 reports show that of
those still receiving benefits
; 1 under the old law about ft,525

; \ veterans and widows In Florida
might be entitled to increased InstructionBELIEVES
r : benefits by electing under pub-
Get a "success" deal on'64's hottest car! lie of law 86211. Actual benefits i
$1,544196
are being lost by
-- these potential eligible! Florida

veterans and "widows. IN

DIxon says it is recognizedthat
HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS, INC it would not be to the advantage -
of all of these cases to 1. Positive Professional
change to the but Leadership '
Sugarland Highway f> Clewiston Fla. Dixon urges that new all law veterans
t
and widows drawing benefits
under the old VA pension law 2. Careful planning & definite goals
seek advice from their veteran

Complete Line Of county service officer or by
writing to Dixon direct. Dixon
said he Is concerned about 3. Quality education for all youth
Building Material these several thousand low Income
veterans and widows listed

la the greater report payments who are but entitledto for 4. A constant appraisal & updating of curriculum

some reason !have hesitated to
add to their economy by the additional
: payments under the ..- 5. Well qualified teachers with successful experience
For Large or Small :'taunt, law.Ddhmo .

.) Concrete Jobs Our Radio said that he would wet -
c. come inquiries Iran all veteran
.\ and widows this!
on subject at
;. Controlled Trucks Will P. O. Box 1437, St. Pete-iburg.

1. Deliver Your Needs Quick .. ,I 6. Good salaries( high morale, cooperative friend


t i '' ly and Efficiently. "*. Did You Know? ly relationships among school personnel

)
You
can get
.

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fairly Jare.acreace. According AID representative Clewlston. Tit. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Tree

T to Ed Burke of Clermont, tlreaa. I BANKNOTES' eo eo . by Malcolm I Thursday, April 9, 1964 -- Suction Two _

( user, there are probably 200 ad. learn FCD facts (
oJUoiua growers in he Central

for FlorIda area who are eligible 1 I I I Ir for Pakistan use .
1COMMtSSIONSILORtDA member J,.

iTH\ DOYlE He estimates! some 80,000 John J. Propel Jr., a mem- Harlem News

: peach trees have been planted ber of the U. S. Government's
./ to date In counties which sot Agency( for International Development -

bored material :loss in citrus Goth + (AID) in Pakistan, New. of Our Colored Community'o'
groves from the latest heavy toured the "works of the Flood ''o''

I.--- !freeze. Included are Marion, Control District last week on MRS. JANII f.. QAMDHA' Colored Newt Editor !

JGtro- SUte's; secretary at internal affairs Cilchrlst, Lake, Votosia, Poix advice of the Army Corps of
PresJdId
Rem Co message '1.0ooJf6" to the effect' that a new and Orange ccunties. Engineers in Washington. prop Phone YU 2-f631
11" recent farm Resides Mr. Burke la in the U S. for the specific "' .
vATre about l>U eUnI regilatim, ttnrJementid ; officers ; nn ea."e.N"'Pe
generally labor teat year, U gaining acleptaJftce. aw< Arlen Jumper, Welrsdale, 7oWnrwAireuaNOe tN purpose of learning better +sA Tile Dutrlct Conference: of too '"
I appel'ttll'- It requires net weight president, and Ben :McLucas, w CAMPAIGN CUWWM 1061*>OUaMT fir,oaf methods for developing the now A'7 4l lib EplsanfJ District: of the .' I
IoWe''f1', be Ocala auarr MMaeNO off A ., wastelands of Pakistan into food
eted! vice president cteaa a euxDt snotsmaoroawlaawayaucrwwaAagenD -
I t"fpiIt (< ii pttkji*! to be prominently Roger ."r l Ab lean MetnttUst Church: was
t t Ok l tile product reetoueit lot fjpfaj'ed' ort( a labeL Parker: Marion ctiuotr. as 1st- N+oasvsRrtauamuRaSrntoesana producing areas.George herd In is ore Haven, Fa, on I
Waldron of Clewlston
,
rib ant +
; Some oIJeenIII P jJhi) * him the tour
; accompanied
glslatica OP a 'Y0tA9011pIEDirlektNwipt on
ui lto II. may ,vlowa> to t>ib 4rrJ1Je cert: *In reInforrruttnr rctary. faJTilJir M E. Church Rev D. A. Anderson .
I/ ,to assist him with becoming -
Val'arbmlty foT "" ":' CJ\d1'ecf such as Punch growers Intewted to wer'ueav' with methods, pastor aid! boat The'
operation
Ii. I eWwork>> WIder IiA acre' Miry p1rmdauen': )lettering 011 a joking! the new MMciatoa MIl fOR wcaaraou A IOC gun NEW tflMStWrrON etc. Ffikiiitun tacos sooe of thename Right Reverend W. F. Bail f

/ men t plan, wlth'no bolt bacl4rc'ernd: poor error contrast requested; to contact; :Mr. Burke, WHH A MURAL ANGELES PICN BMK KtWd(MM tMriKIN3 COVtMD ')f'flblulI't1f/ / South/ Floridain l i Sr. D. TO., LL.P., presiding
t al WPortsIf they approve or printing on tfibiy; cellophane. Box 515, Cermont.I THROOSH THS AOtS(*'N IFOiy47 that, it depends o.. Irrigation bkdc.x'. Rev. J. It.t :Blake, pre-
referendum. noted In one of the food CHOOI.CHIWRSHMM61D&I.faooo fi-r its AKTlculUr.il Industry\ !in sirlAlg! ?'ld<.r. Here were three

i, viewed aa goods Also prohibited are such terms trade publications. recently reports which 80 per C'elof its people Intel.YUng! sessions held each
eel are "jumbo half quart" to on three\ Kerns with out- day and all the delegates were
s will vote new pro.b' designate are employed. The country has I
ga t II'I wheat, cotton and a pint, and "ful baJtpooId" of-the-ordlnary features: te.t' PlCtURS...SALMOe1 P.CHACE; little rainfall! except during the spiritually Inspired.!
: INICIiN'S' +rLMrs.
WCRSTAR/ 7
milk. E-: to deiagnate t ounces An electronic device which THB TREASURy; of + District Motto-"My Grace
.but NOT for ) APPfARS ON WE:U.e.Naoooau.oass, monsoon season July-Septem '
II approval of the The Pennsylvania regulationb emits high frequency sound v) Me0V0cED1aNAncoAI.curcvfCr ber when approximately 100 Is Sufficient For Thee.
also WHICH AM*1H1i U.,. Rev. L. Holmes, Mrs. Lurile
waves to rid UNITORW CURRENCY
for tighter relUlatiollflfllrel baaed on a model packaging a building of rats. U- Inches falls every year.
uesU AND HElPED MAKE THE DLtLwla AND( Wilson Tobias
and Mrs. Delia
trading In commodt regulation developed by the National It also is claimed to affect bats J MTONAI.BANKING elwroPoseoafile Propst said a farmer with
,\ of "excess" land, and Conference on Weights\ and pigeons but not humans. i .r MT MAS CKNEP IIY (4 nab,JUST three acres of land is a big land were among the guests from
me ASoT
ONI '
Clewlston.
p y HUNDRED YEARS
of food In in Pakistan. Under AIDit
reased distribution\ and Measure "Gourmet toads far the porn owner .
,tapped up school lunch pan'm Incidentally, New Jersey has pared pet, in this! case cats. Included Is first necessary for a group
i and mtauaUon! of ship a new fniitand-vegetable labeling are tuna chowder, chick. of farmers to form a co-op with listen E. DrumHcIdMemorlam Obituary
I In the foodforca en parts with liver and A minimum of 50 acres. Then Funeral services for the late
nu abroad law which requires that straight abled veterans of World VM II
program 73 per cent of a produce Item chicken parts Vets Info ServiceB and the Korean conflict trained: Propst and his organization We miss you DOW, Our heart Mrs. Mellnda E. Nlmmons were

the doubtful column: be- must be visible when packag A floor mat to prevent piker during !the\ year In flcrliii ua- bring in a portable diesel pump. are core held Tuesday, March 31, 1964.
I ii they are highly contro- ed. Also, Jt must; be sold by 1"from, a cash register. Frank E.:: Veltre der the vocational rehabilitation nog' unit and teach the farmers A* time goes by, we miss you 4 p.m. at the Mt. Morlah M. B.
stet s e are the Presldent'a revr numerical count or bunch and PIaC ,1 011 the floor in front of County Service Omen act to overcome the bamtkhftt/ how to dig Irrigation ditches; more Church Plant City Fla, Rev.

M* legislation! to the size, weight and type must tho roister' the machine operates of their disabilities, receiving+ they hire Pakistanis to operate Your loving smile, your gentle T. L, Jenkins, pastor. The deceased
,e, wcueratlves a big boost be clearly printed on the label. normally. so long as the The Veterans Administra $302,331: In subsistence tuition, lie pump stations. face was the mother of MrsLucylle .
'f' iuthorize! a broad :investdon \ The cashier stands on it. If she tion's Annual Report of Us \activities supplies, and equipment payments Maintenance being a big J problem No one can till. Your vacant Weaver, who is the wife
, visibility
,1 t to : requirement reminded
11) for tho fiscal 1963 of Shelby Weaver, Sr., of Clew
year ,
their interested
of food chains and leaves, a builWn switch in Pakistan, Propst was place
I had
?/ me seen one news operates ending June 30, 1163! thaws blast/ Iston. Friends of Qewtaton
the dumtstao econo- to lock the cash drawer. In addition, an average of in the machine shop at Mri. Elizabeth Williams,
on item
sends reporting eggs packaged benefits were! still! being paid in 1423 Florida veterans still RIO: pumping station S-52 at Mr. Ransom Joe shared their sympathy with the
In a special tray with a cello- Florida to four of the nation's family In their loss Mrs. Lottie
were In training! under the reg- tTt-cnty Mile Bend, which turnsOil and family,
store' phao overwrap. Su- Pharmacy remaining! 25 living veteran at lose World War II and Korean many of ,the parts needed Williams accompanied Mrs. Annie I
jean (too; of our greatest Agricultof.il the Indian Wars and to 1,43-1 01 Bills, receiving $3,340,993 in it t. keep the giant pumps in oper- Mae Belvin and children to (
eater to make Trice comI r.iniiatiots& charteredlast living veterans of the Spanish- cash allowances.The at .!" CHURCH NEWS Plant City for the funeral A. '
package at American War. .,1. Calvary Baptist Charlow Funeral in
between iVoTAsmbrr Homo was
I to the FloridaPeach
PIZZAYU r 41tf sons and daughters of Rev. L. M. Kitchens, Pastor
.
juice foods.I 'Growers( Association. These represent the only living charge of arrangements.
veterans who died as a result Friday night of this week, the
veterans in Florida ofAmerica's Ciftpter organizes
In Supennark- Inc.. -wth h<,id<;juartiirs at
I recent report 2-3311 of Mrvice/ In thu\ Armol Forces church will render service! at
r New quotes the Keystone Ocala PvetittuU\ its menibiT- The Annual early Report wars of the VA, wh) ,were enrolled in Florida for vi',tinc issuesThe the church In South Bay with Obituary ;
Final rites for the late Hen-
"stool Is sod coltet.es under the
!now on sale at the Government : Naflonel' Federation of Rev, Coffee and his membcrc. demon Rhode were conducted: !
Printing Office, Washington! Woe Crphuaj Education pro- Indepcttdett: Business has or- The past Sunday night our mis- ,
Sunday afternoon at S *t
seam; wen: another Increase in ,' in J, P. stonary, Rev. White brought the p.m
D. c., further chows diet veterans ganl/xl Hendry county, : Church with I
I Friendship Baptist
"JTIip{ j1; the seventh year of the pro Hid Among cut cX
McGrail district cw
M and or, their families In manager menage the
Rev O. D. Williams officiating
j
'mW ;;.f: lll 1J, Florida received a total of gram. A total tit $909.372 was and George Q. Jepson has teen Iowa guests writ Sid) -r Arch I The deceased had resided +
If t248.300.048 in cash benefits and raid In allowances to these appointed chairman/ of the Urt Ba ell.. Church, of :
you knew.really knew. youths Generally called "or- in Clewlaton over a long period .
services during the J receive t..1J!ilea
.. year. pus!!." even though one potent Businessnu will' of time and was employed by
In Florida compensation for may be till alive, thaw children monthly ballots\ on national ,Issues Friday night April 11, the the 'U. S. S. Corp. ...' i
. ail the benefits of this service connected' disabilities must be between 18 and 23 affecting' independent/; enterprise choir will sponsor "Everybody's Order of service: Procession
and pension for total and ; these will be inailed Birthday" dinner at the recreation
permanent years of age to be eligible! for all; selection, choir; Scripture;
to Ids who tabulates center Everybody 1 16 In-
nonservlca connected Jepson
vocational counseling to guide invocation; selection, choir; Asa
beverage, you'd never go a disabilities were paid to 112.338 them In pursuing a course ofC'Ol1ee them end>, mulls the results and vited. There will be a small donation Friend Deacon Wash MeNu'I
living! veterans in the amount educa t1mvoca.tJonal the ballots to the state senator of tl for adults and SOc )
]Un! ; M a Neighbor Mrs. Annie ,I
of and hart the district. for children.-Mrs. Emma DIx- I
$108,187,650. '
congressman
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day without it. Ask for it counes leading to a future Jones; As a Christian, Deacon )
Reporter>> ,
Death compensation and pension field. of employment.The on. Ben Brown; selection,, choir; rl I
were paid to the depend remainder of the cash The federation Is ( non-profit resolution, Mrs. Wattle Hilton; '
byname. cots of 38,413 deceased veterans benefits, services' and other expenditures organization with tlI/:;. reported CARD OF THANKS acknowledgements, Mrs. Emma ,.1''
In the amount of $33,923,841. In Florida during the largest individual Membership :We wish to express our sincere G. Griswell; solo, Mrs. Thelma :, J
CI Insurance payments to fiscal year totaled $73,494,106. d any buslc ;;u Oi'/nUatlon in thanks and deep appreciation Ziegler; tribute Fraternal Or.

beneficiaries of deceased policy These cash benefits and services the U. S.Teenagers. to the business and professional iganizatlons< ; obituary, Mrs V. .
It'scaled..mllk! balden, disabled! policyholders Included hospitalization, citizens of Harlem for L. Whltfleld; eulogy, Rev. O. p
having total disability! Income loan guarantee and direct home do fjve their their cooperation In our effort D. Williams! ; viewing of remains
O Daisy Council or SOUTH FIORIDA IM4. provision riders on their policies loan programs, specially equipped problems! Says rom'o writer to brine cheer and happiness to ; recessional; flower at .
matured endowment payments I automobiles for certain disabled Bill Floyd, "Yesterday I saw attdrteenyearold the Mosley family at Easter tendant Lily Whites; active 'p

and dividend payments to veterans, wheel chair girl's makeup time. John C. Motley 229 Alabama pallbearers, brotherhood; honorary -- +I""
roilcyhoHen! totaled S28.0T- homes for !he seriously disabled melt after her wig caught fire Ave., Is eriously Ill, hasa pallbearers, Deacon I
745. administrative cost and while she was lighting a cigar wife and three small children board; Interment Booker T.
A yearly average of 134 dis miscellaneous benefits ette." ages 2, I, and 1 month. Washlngltco: Memorial Ceme -:

The following made contributions try Reddlck Funeral Home In ; :

Mysteryis -'- .-c 0 ,_ .- ... _- : Mr and Mrs. Dennis charge of arrangements.
Reddlck SJ; Mr. Orville Lewis
tS; Mr. and Mrs Will Wai'ace. Personal Mention
,
12, Mr. and Mn. Will Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Thomp.

now 12; Mrs. Geneva H. Ganlous, son, Lakeland, Fla, Mr. and t
MORE CHRYSLER $1; Mr. and Mn. Burnell Harris Mrs.: Frank Hughes, Plant City: ,

going tl: Mra. Helen Pierce Fla., and Mr. Herman (Little ,
on (Moore Haven) II; Mr. Elbert Jr.) Parker, of he Jr. Parker .,'
Allen, Jr., tl: Mr. J. T. White, Band, Houston, Texas were '
til; Mr. Walter Holmes, til: MtasLizzie guest of Mrs. Julia Sales. the> a I:
Green, tl; Mr Ellis past Sunday
Green til: Mrs. Mollie DownIng I
FREE CHARMSto $1; Elder T. Granville tl;

Mrs. Annie Mae Kelvin, tl.SO; Harlem Club .' f
Mr. Tom Waiters. (Moore Haven)
SOc; Mack's Grocery, tl; Mr: Your Favorite Mixed Drink
Lou Ella Brown. t2; Mr, ClemB. Cocktails:
CHARM CLUB members Fried Chicken!
only Perry, tit Mrs. Julia Sales, Recorded MusIc Sandwiches I
tl: Mr. Henry Lee Scott, tl; Popular Bands

Mrs. J. S. Gajadha, tl; Mr. Ira Mr. and Mn. Will Wallace,
Anyone Come in Get card
can join your Watson, tl; Mrs Eddie Mae Proprietors I
Coleman tl; Mr and Mrs. II I

- Emanuel Zlegter! $150; Mr. ", I
Ben Harris, tl; Mrs. Claudia
rW Mae Adams, $1; Mr. and Mr.. Hilton's Grocery k n I

INTERNATIONAL FAMOUS NAME FINECHINA Thurston Zillion tl; Mr. and Groceries Fresh Meats '
Mrs. George Tobias. t3; Mn.

FOR lESS MONEY [ Mildred Dixon, tl. Total 4100. Cold DrJotlf'u.t Items {

STAINLESS P ,4x May God continue to bless We .Appreciate Your :.f
each and all of you.Respectfully. Patronage
Mr. and Mrs. Thnrstoa BUtea
Mr. Dennis Reddick and Mr. Proprietors

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SET 9.95 3995 CARD OF THANKSWe JULIA'SBEAUTY
PIECE SET the family of the late Mr. NOOK

NOW IS THE TIME TO SEE US ABOUT OUR Henderson Rhode,' wish to express for That New Look !A
our sincere thanks and
FROMFamous Tinting Strung Cutting
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deep appreciation to our many N. Appointments
friends for their kindness during Friday and Satardar
_I Finest Chrysler quality ever. B More beautiful than ever the illness) and passing of our Mrs. Jmlla alee., Preprietor

_I Backed by the first V.arEngIneered better than loved one. We are grateful Indeed
to the doctors and the staff
50,000-Mile Warran .* any car In Its class, 01 Hendry General Hospital .

brand Rev. 0. D. Williams, the fraternal Breeze Inn Sundry ;

organizations, friends WANTED "
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"Dedicated to the< advancement of Hendry County and America's Sweetest Town"NUMBER --



OLU n 37 15 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL 9, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed Sea 145.1. Pita -Subscription $4.00 yeailaning




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SR 80 first. :' EDITORIAL M







icklnson tells voters We'l ,



Vote 1 r

"The Waning-of the highway the governor's race today and which damaged this industry .3

Southern boulevard InJest added "we expect to stay would cause our section to. go i\
jom US there." He asked for the into __ --
Palm Beach to meet< support a depression "I am the "

7', 4-laning! at South Bay will of all the people In the only man in the race who has Fr SWEETS TO THE SWEET would t* the the Florida exhibit at the World's Fair. Left

the first order:\ of business In area. "ThU is where I was born been working with Congress) appropriate title to this picture VA. Sugar to right Miss Natalie Bint-bant. Eastern Air

,,e Dickinson admInlitr tioQ" and raised. U we stay togetherwe and with ,the U. S. Departmentof Corporation President II. T. Vaughn I Ia poor. linn hostess, Mayor Tom Jones Miss LUIane

U Fred 0 "Bud" Dickinson can win. I ask your hand Agriculture for Increased lUlU Dickinson log samples of raw sugar from the Clewliloa Case Florida development commission Inkypeeler
:200 and help and heart and your quotas" he said "We must
an audience of some perui : Sugar Home for the benefit and education .f who" speaks several languages, Mr.
Monday morn. prayers In this race. continue to help this industry\
ui Clewiston two girls, who" will be among the hostesses atWorld's Vauthn and Chamber of Commerce President
Dickinson discussed with local grow and expand We must
Mope L. BUhop. *TAFF PIIOTO.Clewlatoll.America'i .
gubernatorial s ylrantL citizens the Importance of keep foreign sugar out and we

The reared to be "shook up" InC the sugar Industry pointing out must find foreign markets for

the that any adverse happening (Continued on Page I)
than one by poorLitton
ore ways The Neva this week adds Its endorsement: to a friend

of SR 80 from West TbeICkinsOD and neighbor Fred O. "Bud" Dickinson for Governor. Since Fair hostesses

aim Beach campaign to Clewiston.bu. "Sun- Over 2,500 employees and guests Dickinson was born and raised In the adjoining county of .

Express." crept along at Palm Beach, It is almost instinctive that Hendry county '..,..

i un mph e over part of the high- should move into hU fold. There is much to be said for the

he reported and he wax prospect of having; a governor; who is so well acquainted ;

ay_ t 30 minutes behind chedon enjoy U.S. Sugar harvestend activities with our area.However Clewiston briefing

arrival get
on Some 2,500 persons enjoyed Sugar House Joined the festivities much we like the Idea of seeing! our neighbor;
i The 2-yetr old native of West in the Governor's office it behooves citizen to be-
the Harvest End barbecue of at Clewiston, and manyof every go -
aim Beach called the road United States Sugar Corporation them came for the weekend. yond such friendly feelings in choosing the man for this
and said It waspossible A bevy of Florida World'sFair SwoeeteatTown" extended official greetings! of
|Death Alley at die Clewiston Sugar House In the evening the dance at important office. This brings; us to a close scrutiny of all
hostesses visited had been
to drive safely over'People brieflyin erected. Pausing the community during! the coffee
Saturday at noon. They were Sugarland Auditorium was preceded the candidates for the I Democratic nomination; we must Clewiston
from *& over FloriUK Saturday morning here to be photographed break. Mrs. Lanier, Mrs.
this highway and many employees of the corporation by the annual awarding! know their beliefs; we must know what they stand for and on a get-acquainted tour. of the with the president of U. S. Sugar Vaughn Mrs. S. c. Fry Mr.

\ >ands of tourist use Itref1 and member of their families of service emblem to those employees what they oppose; we must know how well they can maintain state and were thoroughly Indoctrinated Corporation H. T. Vaughn; E. L. Stewart Mr*. O. A. Jones,

season. It U an outrage who had only 10 day before whose term of service themselves under fire. and hw they will be able to with dewlston's the girls were ushered inside Mr. F. E. Conking and Mr*.

disgrace. It InUIt be 4-' ended the seven day a week reached 5,10,13 or multiple of create and to hold contacts with people and perspective famed hospitality by the local where a sugar Industry display M. L. Goodwin prepared the

,ud and It must be made *af*. grinding season. Coat of the of five Vaughn:years.and President the H. T. with events all over this great; lengthy populous and va Chamber of Commerce: representatives. drew their attention. corsage -
harvest at the beginning department
I It now 30 years too late." the festivities heads took in this brief ried state. And we must see that our,governor is a man Emphasizing the "Sweetest A* the girl boarded their bus
Week postponed part
Holy
The bus stopped at the Clew- Town" theme, each hostess was"
who
can represent Florida with who to leave they found In each
friendly grace, can :
| advocated return delay and expressed
Dickinson ; lor one week but the ceremony, appreciation
Iston Inn where a "Welcome to given a made of small
f auto license rates to their did not dampen the enthusiasm for the splendid cooperation combine dignity!; with warmth and can project our Image corsage of eat a small packet of sugar
cellophane envelopes raw
saying of the staff and well in the many opportunities he will have beyond : samples and Chamber literature
Utui of a year ago of the crowd. every our sugar and of Dixie. Crystal sugar ,
borders. to which was attached a
utxJI i are DOW a necessity tot Before the announced hour of member of the organization.Starting Contractors cube. Matching boutonnIere Seminole doll.Democratic.
and the needed at 11 45 the awarding open tiny
,t people :
main
noon llnes'formed at the We therefore were pinned on the men accompanying
\\tnit should be raised by some entrance of the sugar house of service emblems to the colored cast our ballot on May 5th for Dickinson.> the party. Orange juice

er method. He said prayer and there were atm persons entering employees was" made in a new paint store pastries and coffee were servedon

I Bible reading must be car the line at 1 o'clock. Serving brief ceremony in. the boiler the lower patio at tables Rally :

,.ued in Florida schools: even of barbecued beef and pork room preceding the barbecue. centered with bright arrangements I
I this is done through teaching Brunswick Cole slaw, Sidney and Gene Gould of of fresh flower
the stew City sets new spring dates I
Fort the
item Myers announce grand completeThe
ai history. He strongly relishes and Ice cream and cake sewage The official greeters committee -
opening of Gould Bros Paint
|vacated long range Improvelenti was speeded up by double buffet was composed of Mayor and
Store next to Glades Gas
on I
to FlorIda schools and- tables before which the lines Mrs. T. H. Jones, Jr., Chamberof political rallies sponsored -
i the Florida road system Sugarland Highway Commerce President and by the Democratic Executive -

| Dickinson was applauded at passed.The sugar floor] was transformed rates and assessment The brothers have been in the Mr. Moye L. Bishop, Mr. andMrs. Committee of Hendry county ,

jtveral Intervals a* he spoke to with palm leaves gay painting and contr.ct1nCDell burnt H. T. Vaughn Sr,. Mr. and will" be held on April a, 23
for f.JS both
ov
at the house follow. years as and JO. according to announcement *
en sugar balloons and paper' streamers.The 1.Sra. W. H. Lanier and County
g: a brief appearance In the Sugarland Band of dewis- 'The assessment rate on property torney: Carlo Dickey, and Fred building Individuals contractors and working- for Commissioner and Mrs Campbell o'A.. O Ward, chairman r.I
,
.y Park where a group of ton High School played during affected by Phase No. 1 of Greene representing! the !firm E. Nail. this week. Harlem will, hold Its
to The future new residents of Tuesday, April 21 In
cal residents had gathered rally on
the dinner hour and received the city sewage system WM set of Gee and Jenson, consulting The Florida Development
I ismDicklnson warm applause from the diners. at S3.IS per front foot Monday engineer, who designed! thesewage dewUton are not stranger Commission which" selected the the Harlem Gymnatorlum; .
here, having previously paintedthe Qewlston's will be
rally on
[ described himself Employees from the Bryant night when the City Commission plant and system. girls and arranged their state d
Clewiston News addition
Thursday April 23, in Sugar-
in first or second place In held its public hearing on the Greene reported the cost of the Hendry County Fair Exhibit tour requested that they be land Auditorium and LaBelle'twill
assessment roll and the rate Phase 1 of the given a briefing on the sugar
"
system was
: building, the Cane Court be on Thursday April 30,
structure This was" 3S cents 1153.11055 and this cost Industry and a gllmpas of Su
permitted and Okeechoboe Motels and in the LaBelle High School
lower than the anticipated! 13.50assessment garland Ranch. Mr. Vaughn
Chamber plans'coffee' the reduction of the front presently have a contract for Gymnatorlum. AU rallies beginat

loot assessment to 1115.: painting the new Country Cub gave a summary of the sugar I p.m.Fred .
I All sewage rate hi the city Industry and expansion of the
The sewage assessment roll building. ,
C. Siloes will be chair
industry and Sidney Crochet
will fall into one of two classifications
meeting yl ; residential and all showing the totfil 153110.55 The new business will offer boarded their bus to brief themon man of the Clewlstoa rally. and
was accepted: without" comment I
a complete paint contractingservice the cattle project enrouteto Principal John Coins will be
other. Residence will a
pay from of the several citizens
any paints and accessoriesand chairman at the LaBelle rally.
Sugarland Ranch where they
I at the membership minimum of $3.50 and a maximum attending from the commissioners
or
held
Director ofmmcrce be interior-exterior decorating
of the Clamber an ,
Plans for Harlem rallyare
paused to drive through the the
BEATRICE FHEEDE of 13,00, the amount vary.
break" meeting. MRS. themelves
decided to hold a "coffee service, They will feature
Inc with the amount of water cattle show barn before leaving being completed by Precinct
afire break" meeting for an The membership committee Among those attending the BLP Mobile paints.
used during the month. The for Avon Park where" they had Committeeman and Committeewoman -
amber member la the Inv reported 119 paid up members BPWPres-Elect bearing and meeting were Mr. During the grand opening lunch. A. A. Thomas and Mrs.
residence rate I* 1350 for the
elate future chief purpose of which equals the record mem- first 5.500 gallon of water and Mrs. Al Pearlman Mr. and Thursday, Friday and Saturday Mayor Jones and Mr. Blshoo Mamie McCray.
Thick will be to make the legal, bership of the Chamber. Mrs G. O. Suggs, Mrs. Sarah they are offering freed "glads"

\>ps necessary to>> transfer thetti The publicity end promotion for meet used; and 50 cents per thousand Fountain Ross LaB r. Bob to their visitors and other "..- t tr
coming gallons tor all 5,500, witha rr
on entertainment over 1ud >>
of the Chamber to the committee reported Hammock M. M. Prewltt. "Cor. specials tadvertl0ed elsewherein
rporatlon, and to complete of the World'a Fair maximum of M The maximum ky" Blair and J. D. Quinton. this issue of the Newt.
Hostesses on Saturday and the Mr*. Beatrice Freede presidentelect was set to avoid penalizing
corporation organization. the Florida Federation homeowners who city
of use
I Notices of the will been work of the group of ladles who"
meeting of Business and Professional water to sprinkle their lawns t
the girls,
made the for Band
as charter.The corsage Sugarland
required resumes
by
and the donation of the refreshments Women' dubs, will be and gardens; because this water" ,
speaker at the district does not Increase the amountof
workshop
| directors met at the by the Clewiston Inn. the

:des Pit Room Tuesday at Other committee reports reflected meeting of these clubs laOewUton sewage. "concert in the park" Sundaymusic

i with Moye Bishop preside activities of the Cham- April 19th. The rate for an users, not

IS, Wm C BosweU. chairman her in planning for the remainder \ The meeting will be held lathe single family residences, 1* a "
said Mrs. The Clewiston High School from "South Pacific,
the Industrie committee, of this and future years. Oewlston Inn. 13.50 minimum which pay for
Sugarland Band wlH Its "The King and I," "Carousel"
of the present
totted that J, E. BeerdsleyI Attending the meeting were Harriet Zauel president the first 5,300 gallons of water" r
first "Concert In the Park" this and "Porgy and Bes," as well KP
d been local club, and representatives the
selected for recognW W. T. Stitt, John Corbin. A. H. used and 100 per cent of
i for from aU clubs in the Sth district Sunday April 12th at 1 p.m. ss music by Victor Herbert
his Indusw taByer. J. E. water bill for an above 5,500
> Vann, Ross
.. tile moves Bowden, Car- will attend. Mrs. Freede will" ,alloot. This concert 1* the first of six Stephen Foster. and John .Phillip '" ti
? tatef Beardstey, Beryl
annual spring concerts held Souaa.
de> recognition to the various rot Benson H. T. Vaughn Jr., conduct: the workshop session The communion simplified!
luncheon. each: Sunday afternoon in City Also featured with the bend
llatrlea W. prior to the "
Kelly. all
R. W.
moving or having S. U Crochet. bookkeeping by grouping
Park adjacent to the Recessdon
Brown Is will be student soloists Ken
Catherine
f be'lnnJIIIln! the state. At H. Lauder W C. Bo we11. John Mrs. other were Into one class. a* Center.
e of the local committee: Young, euphonium, WarrenFletcher
request of the board the Ellington: President Bishop and chairman investigation Into several other
The music to be presented will trombone and Joe
"station of Plrkle. on arrangements. made
the award will secretary, Mr*. Stella suggested rate structure
little difference in the be typical of outdoor conceit Elder cornet, plus" music by
very waltz" the band's dixieland a
amount charged, but required featuring overtures popular r
show tunes soloist and marches. combo, "The Sugar Swing."
additional bookkeeping
Special items will include Other plans for the eerie Include
Connection are now being
art exhibit by local
an :
rr J i.t i. made into the sewage syetem. artists and band for
rrJ a guest one
There win be a MO connect Teach children
your concert. .
fee aet for all user who connect
into the system after It .is The program for the first concert

placed In operation. This) fee 'traffic safety will Include "Loyalty
March," Bennett; "Donna Juavita
win be waived for those users +r
who connect Into it from the Overture. Frani Van

beginning of it* of a atioo. The Suppe; "Royal Air Force
commission eat April 11 as the March," Da vies; "Hawaiian"

date for start of the connect Somba," Slebert; "Trees," Ras.

and assessment bills bach; "Sleepy Lagoon" Coates;
period,
t 9NEWLY will be mailed. to all property t ELP and "South Pacific Selections"by ,

owners on phase) 1 by: this date. Richard: Rodger
be >> All concert begin at 3 pm. i
There will a day' period YOUR i
I
after April 11 allowed for prospective --i

user to get their

plumbing permit for connecting Fire damagesauto

to fee system.' (A 12 tee is

charged toe this permit! A 90- Saturday

a day period after tile permit is

issued wfll be allowed for contacting Fir from an unknown source

to. die cystem. I S,4Pa' O" damaged an automobile. ownedby

For all those wise faU to connect PA Wallace Story bout 5 o'clock MISS LYNN YACCHN. of Oewtatea, I 11 skews the malfem

._ 'Into the system during this Saturday afternoon as' It was she will be wearing each" day this. summer, when she serve

III period a tSO: connect lee wH: be parked on Central Avenue hi as eoe of the Palm Beach County htetesse at the W.....'*

L'lBTALLID: arncn OF THE: ..... bled Gayer Eaekstraw. past ex- charged. front of the Clewiston New office. Fair tsi New York. Sip Taylor tetevlelM hater and weD-

CLl1nsTON BJ..OJJ. ...".. Mfewhu their ailed raise aad I- ..r trostoej back reg.... Mayor Tom Jones presided. at kaewsi area pen alUT. I 11 assisting. with. erleatbg. the girl j 1 1Is

1I.Uq Wednesday JII & teetede. left .. Dan rattbo. tesdtag WfM sUcaar edXee the meeting of the commission City: of Clewiston The'lire' was confined to the their '.Un. Mir Viagh U daughter of rrealdeat aid
slat, sad .. Welea. and at the hearing Present back seat, and U presumed to '
Jerry ..... aaHlaj Kay WlHUsM.Tl exalted ralerj have started from a dgaret Mn. H. T. Va..... ST., .. CA Sugar CerporaUna. whose
.e4 .Past exalted rider Parker were all commissioners -F, c.
*
leetving kaght laler ed tayal kalgfct. lager Dems is of Palm Beach county's Newest
c.r&Ia 'Fr1. G. The fire department wa called Bryant OM
R.
hard; 1MIaDIII. eftIeer.nUT. Sims, DaD McCarthy Police Department
BIldd7I1edc..;, EcU WUses... Stand II J8dutr1ee.Two .
tnaaveri Caek r OTO. Mattson and Leon Bembry At out to extinguish the blue.
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a freak ball and nhurtorm. TO THE
Two THE CLEWETTON NEWS dewtston, Fla. GUEST EDITORIAL Elbert Stewart announced at Ship More Spend Lesi '

Thursday April 9, 1964 Section One candidate for representative. 1ETTERSJED1TOR Your Dollars
Go
served in 1931 and was the
He
An object lesson for FloridaIF Democratic nominee in 1933 but ,. Farther on Rea Express

THE CLEWISTON NEWSPublished Everett Burchard won the position March 30, 1964
Phone YU 2-2141 For
Oewlston. YOU believe "It can't happen here" that Florida's in the November General Mr. S. H. Stalls. Editor Pick up & DeCTHE
at 108 Central Avenue &ne
every Thursday agriculture can't be seriously affected by urbanization, Just Election and served as representative dewlston News
Florida, by The Clewiston Newt, Inc., a Florida corporation in the 1934 lessl D. The
Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the read on: dewlston dewlstton, Florida
Entered as Mr. Stewart came to
"California is losing foot by loot acre by acre Dear :Mr. Stalls:
t Post Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of In 1923 as cashier of the First of
yournewspaper
one of its most precious possessions: its rich, incredibly productive The contribution
March S. 1S79. farm land To day In southern California's Orange Bank of dewfciton. to the Amateur Athletic

ATIONAI IDITORIA! County, bulldozers are rooting out citrus trees at the TWENTY YEARS AGO Union activities have not MONEY

:\.pRIDq (A 35 C TIO Ni' rate of 3,000 acres a year and this county is virtually out (From Clewiston News gone unnoticed at all levels Union.of J

4 of the running as a citrus producer." April T, 1944)) administration In our w* have saved< I
A Given above is from recent United Press- Tbo Red Cross War Fund Through the. articles in your AM. '
i.> an excerpt a year must
J l: nclrwEUs brought In $3.452 with newspaper, the program of the now !11\,\
International news story. Here are a few more quotations: campaign PQIf...
'
shared
MlMtS y Subscription Rates 14 00 per year has been materially e C with Uncle
I M. W. Bigg as chairman of the A. A. U. Salll
"There's California Where with
a new worry in more of '' So..
()
r 0 (Return Postage Guaranteed) strengthened in your section one once
successful drive.A said "7W'are .
: and more farmland covered, will the state's food come very ,
,i a Crfot" BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher from? Already, urban development covers 2.5 million sudden drop of temperatureto Florida. Inescapable, dta'a.! .
I Editor 44 degrees brought a pre- We recognize the many do- taxis iii
S. H. STALLS Managing acres, most of it land that was formerly used for agriculture.By .
, Telephone: Justness and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 1975 the California Department of Agriculture estimates Easter cold spell to Clewl tM. mands for "space" In your
t frost was reported.The Often this .same plea How untrue' While taxes
Rates on application. The management! reservesthe light columns. are inescapable
; t Advertising cities will cover 4 million acres, nearly half of \the prime Christ
Plants Corporation died.
Smaller War not find a receptive .
advertisement! elsewhere does .
objections be free
right to reject any : : land in the slate."AI3rlcu1lure we mIght from death.
( THE NEWS Meumee no responsibility for too return of un- in Washington issued a "ear" to an organization -
lollcltM<< manuiorlpte or photosripbeTHB on a large scale is already a thing of the decision in the application of sponsoring an all-out program *.. He that Month' word
NEWS a.eumea no lncraphlctl -' r..pollalbillt notrrlacl past in Los Angeles and Orange counties, which were once for loan for of my and behvsffj on I bill,
errors or oommlHloooue In .eI..U..mont but If LaBelle farmers s for the boys and girl !"w.< l
halls /
:part:; Ohs ad irtbemint: Inwhich': :orrorpoceernd.Is :: the citrus centers of the West As more subdivisions move a sugar mill requiring the farmers the nation It has been our exper1eDce me, everlasting !Je John":24

teotlr tb. idol a lime the al.mallt would render the correction vaiuhu in, the citrus growers move out to Arizona, to the great to put up 40 per'cent of the that in those areas Community Presbyterian
the Newi will reduce the price of th. .eI..rUa.m.nt the .r"o.bl' an Central Valley of California to the relatively low-populated cost of the mill in cash. where amateur athletics are 407 Royal Palm Church"
0' tb. total apace a. Avenue
amount or omitted equal to copy the p.rc.ntase represented.Dutyhonorpatriotism' lands in the southeast comer of the state." D. G. McCormick: president of given space In the columns of HENRY HORRELL FORD,
Minbter
The lesson for Florida is quite obvious. Our state, the group farmers, asked for the daily press that the program tf5: A.M Bible School l :' P.M, Youth
however, is far more limited than California in lands suitable a new bearing the matter can is flourishing. 11:00: lA.M. Worship r

; : for citrus and winter vegetables. Agricultural lands In be reopened l for discussion and Under the leadership of Gene SERMON SUBJECT

\ the metropolitan areas of Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Or negotiation.A. Fuller, the Recreation Depart
lando are being swallowed up by urban developments at H. King took a croup of ment In your city had a dynamic "YOUR SPECIAL GIFT
Wales
Lake
these must never fade away an alarming rate. Pinellas County, once a major citrus Camporee 35 Boy Scouts end praised to the behavior far-sighted leader. But and What to Do with It"Ex.ri.nCld

producing area, Is almost completely urbanized. and leadership of John without your whole-hearted cooperation

(The following editorial on the death of General Mao- High land costs in Hillsborough County have made Barton, Emory Campbell. Clifford Gene would not have
his objective
large-scale able to accomplish
been
Arthur written for the Fort Myers News-Press by Rich- farming prohibitive. Too, land reclamation in Beatty, and Danny Martin,
was in worthwhile program -
a
of
many areas the state
requires
costly drainage
MacArthur systems leadeN.
ard Powell Fort Myers novelist who served on and soil building patrol of organized sports competition -
staff during the final year of World War IL Powell, a lieu- programs. OvIedo Rlgelster and Wood. and physical fitness

tenant colonel, went overseas as chief news consor for Florida has a "Green Belt" law designed to protect row W. Chezum were marriedIn for the youth in your communi
agriculture. But so far, as witnessed by Belle Glade by the Rev. J. H.
MacArthur's theater of operations and later became executive a suit against the
officer of MacArthur's public relations office1. The editorial Osceola County tax assessor it hasn't been too effective. Dillard. ty.The A. A. U. really deeply

is reprinted here from the Fort Myers News-Press.) Agribusiness is Florida's largest industry and the backbone TEN YEARS AGO appreciates your keen interestin

I of its economy. Let's profit from California's expert. (From Clewiston News, the programs of our Union. ,
In October of 1944, Gen. Douglas MacArthur waded ence. April t, 1954)) Sincerely,

ashore on Leyta while assault troops were still mopping up Florida Grower and Rancher The first girls to serve on the STEPHEN M. ARCHER
the beachhead, wearing his famous cap with its worn gold safety patrol of Clewiston Elementary Secretary. 1.y I

braid. Members of his staff begged him not to go ashore, "lien" statement Ito School. Lyn Vaughnand

or at least not to wear the famous cap where Jap snipers owners which will take property name Sharon Bembry. were Let's Return Gteb.
might be lurking. &l Sonny Sez of the Joy for awhile. Meanwhile praised by their teachers for Student Council SPESSARDLHOLLAND

1 j MacArthur said calmly, "I have a Job to do and until I relit of the us will first wish rainy we season bad been the their Carolyn efficiency.Cribbs and Frankie talent programThe

i finish It the bullet has not been made that will kill me." tied in too. Worley, both of LaBelle, won
"Bud" Dickinson stepped from the county: spelling contest with Student Council of Clew-
s j ,I i During his' 84 years of life he did many jobs, and did hU mobil headquarter Mon, The City is also rushing to Carolyn, first place, and Frankie baton High School is sponsoringa TO THE UNITED STATES SENATlB
thetn brilliantly. As a cadet at West Point, he made the completion restroom at thesoftball Talent Show at Sugarland
day vowing the first official act runnerup. "I, wont to txprttt my slncwe SPISUID L NOUANO here I
.,q ;' highest marks In 25 years. He was the youngest brigadier be did *J governor would be to field on Trinidad Avenue Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, motherof Auditorium Friday night April '* In not being able to MMiibw, It.* i_ ...
general! in World War I. He became the youngest superintendent complete foor.1aDlnllrom Clew-
':T i t of Wdst Point. He became the youngest chief off iston to West Palm Beach. He during the summer a Miami hospital, after a loaf Estep. campaign behalf throughout" of be entire M.mhNf d,.Mnnssd,
State In
can
,' staff of the U.S. Army. He was the architect of land victory 1* well aware of the present months of men's league and illness. Local :talent will perform for7OW' dldocy for re.iloction my as your Span Sdwrn CM* I

." 1 over the Japanese. As military governor of Japan he seta situation of "falling apart 27" midget baseball Terry OBanlon of LaBelle enjoyment United StalM' Senator, but I IM.JL *UmW*f.Hw. SM MwHm .-
I record that is perhaps unique In all history: He) took over and had a few choice word for won first place among boys In Tickets are being sold! from lea f at this critical period It p and fmikr ta
I a conquered but fully-armed nation of 80 million people that too. Chatted with acting city judge the :Most Valuable Student Contest door to door and will also besold Waihlngton would net Ie and write have to Florida leave ...II''...

'. and ruled It without bloodshed, winning the respect of the Hit arrival was about 40 mInutes Carlos Dickey :Monday and he sponsored by the Elks at the door. Donations are not rapranfltod.In'Cang.....As ftUmbw.f! Wnt" bMlM I
a ; Japanese. Ha fought difficult in Korea hte which 'WM attributed commented about the extremely Lodges of Florida, and Gwen $1,00 for adults and SOc for your Senior Senator, I might III rHwHwi *l MIMIMM..
a war hamperedbyorders
,
; ......
I jf i'I to the fine road condition. Besides large number of DWI cases dolyn Pace of LaBelle 'won third students point out that thou Influence ermatea
.. not to attack the
bases of the Chinese armies being made both locally and in and the power of an Individual Member.f..Ike. foils D -
supporting the better roadprogram place. Both were sponsored by .k :
beyond the Yalu River. Senator Is determined suede Itterinf CM mdMnmllbfl
I ;; he .also noted In the county While serving the Clewiston Elks Lodge No. 1853 very largely

: l I:r'; He may have been that greatest general this nation has Moore, Haven that be had never USAF in the Republic of Texas, and both received 1400 schol At conventionof hat attained by the" SENIORITY he ectIval gaaw "N"llell', ..,wr. lor he If

... ever produced. During World War II he never had enough taken any part in the controversial a similar situation existed and arships. Spenard Holland h now ..,.,- .f M....*...*
: { troops and equipment most of the lake division from its conception the Texas legislature passed a A. L. Stephens had a month's Florida banksC. Ing his I 18th year at a member Mllllem, ef Dine el M.MM .
J.t ; troops went to Europe, and even though it was compulsory Jail sentence of of the United State Senate .... Fonda. sonW .l"d.
and in tho Pacific the Navy had first call on men and equipment against his home county lengthening periods for such offenses leave from the U. S. Navy' V. Parkinson chairman of from Florida and ho Is 6th "Mndief |Isis whet e
t't ';. In spite of these and he and Marjie enjoyed a In the order of Seniority In the .
handicaps he the Die
I \ defeated far more the decision had been made to 'which quickly turned the board of the First Bank of turn hisses mM
'
.h 1\ numerous Japanese; forces, and did It at an amazingly' change the division and was a trend. The number of .*D driv two weeks sightseeing trip Clewiston attended the annual Democratic. membenhlp of theSenate. .. ever one to *.. Mb [
.
Florida
.t >. price in Ameilcari, "lives. From the time he took the road matter of record : as far era license cues perkM thoughas through convention of the Florida Bankers stela of rkWe
; I+ back to the Philippines, his troops had 12,209 killed in ac as he is concerned the matter a result as the '1UK !r-1Dtlu. Mrs. W K. Blxby and Mrs. Association last weekend.
1 tion, 971 missing and 46,319 wounded Total counted Jap. is settled. ence drivers persuaded Unlicensed Fred Sites who bad attended The convention was held In
> drivers to take them hornet! West Palm Beach meetings ex- Miami Beach.
anese dead were 314,104. For every American battle* -1-
'I. casualty was operating a lone Girl Scout
'. there were five dead Japs For every American killed Mr. Chamber of Commerce I Ilit'S Committee the operation of the d I
.
in action there were 25 dead Japanese.He Jack Fry, still Makes his bead "Girl Scout Areas." Clewistrn Today, when Dew1)twdlleath-

with disbelief that "SRD Chief was operating a long Girl Scout er their nest you'll usually find I
:. J. was, of course, a man around whom thunderclouds Engineer Jay Brown was unaware [ History Now ] Troop, not a member of any four parents who have been
of boiled and flashed
controversy and he made countless of the wrong type of area. plucked.

enemies. patching material had been
THIRTY YEARS AGO
hi i used in patching the new four- s
+< He began making important enemies as superintendent for (From Clewiston News,
inning nearly two months.
of West Point 1919-1922 when he liberalized the course of April II, 1934))
\ The misuse was discovered ona CHEVY H by Chevrolet
4 J''j Study by putting more emphasis on English, economics, "routine check" seems The teachers of Hendry county
1 I I government and history. (Army conservatives didn't see there has been too darn much received the balance of saiar.

I how a knowledge of those subjects could help to win a war) routine checking and not enough tea due them on last year salaries How to get away from it all including the high cost of travel!

).. He made eneimles among officers of the US. Army Air specific checking. from funds allotted Hendry:
Corps In 1925 when he sat on the court martial that tried -aComment county The school board then
.A Chevy II Station Wagon the to get the Travel
way UnV. And that It'i Trade 'N'
told the county: commissioners! spare now
; and convicted Gen. Mitchell the spokesman for air
r I l Billy was made Mondaythat it would accept the offer mad v1toc.family there and back on a vacation! Time at your Chevrolet( dealer'.you11 never finl
.. power, of offenses against military discipline. Mitchell had It looked like the Rotary ludjet.You get 76 CUe It.of for.l less OY__ wide i
cargo space
i
.... in February to allocate 17.500:! a better time to buy t Chevy II.There's
for
criticized the War negligence inS
.. publicly Department Club had possibly "two for IIx"in .
the school board the thanyou'dp8yformosttedaM.Yougetmoney.vtaeeasy
to which chOOll
it 'N'TlAVR of engines and transmissions to
applying the lessons of air power. One member of the the tree planting game on range
school board refused. However, .. go
'/ \ court voted to acquit Mitchell. Was it MacArthur? He Central Avenue. A nearby Klwanlan the county commission would l1ME from. And whatever you pick, you can
Jar between gas stops youll think we built In a
I ; I never hinted how he voted; he merely did an unpleasant qulwed\ that was par not renew the offer, and the always; get a good run for your money.

duty and accepted the bitter comments that resulted. to for sow the and Rotarians mow.! they had amount which the county board Mora ara..r"epq.r, au.v 11 Nora I-Door Stalin 9'apd

the school board was
l' \ He made a large tough block of enemies in the early -:aa- $5.000.gave I'
J' 1930s when he advocated that the Marine Corps be abol
Clewiston Ila ale
Without fanfare, the new sewage The V. S. Engineer
ished. There for his stand tho Marines i
was good reason ;
system has aUpped.lnto operation office and the U. S. Sugar Cor
were merely being used as policemen. The results of his and the completion of porttlon were preparing exhibits

.. stand were .good for the country; the Ttdmirals and Marine "one giant step" of progress for for the 4-day long Bean
I Corps .generals looked for ways to Justify the continued existence Clew la ton.Tieins Festival at Belle Glade.

r; of the corps and began developing the amphibious are being made as Aa experimental planting of

_J'., landing tactics that were so useful in World War II. rapidly! sts possible and only the rbubar on Otto Larsen Farm
usual number of "adjustments"are by N. S. Keppler of Fort Myers
i He made enemies in the when
i more depression days ,
being! required, meanwhile produced 13 acres of fine crop,
''
I "l'' he was ordeted to remove that sad and bewildered group; City Hall is preparing the but was severely damaged by
11 1)) of veterans, the Bonus Marchers, from the Anacostla Flats

i in Washington. Many liberals! never forgave' him for this,
although he was acting under order}of the President
See the following Mobile Homes on display at the
.' .,; In World War II many of his troops called him Dugout

Doug (he was gassed and wounded in the First World War, CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES
1 ; and took countless risks in tho Second World War), and

; the Navy sang contemptuous songs about him and back 1-12'xCO' Marietta 3-bedroom $6,850.00

in,the War Department many generals wished he. would
aJ sit quietly in Australia and let them get on with the'war ink 2-10x55' Marlette 3-bedroom, fro kit. 4,950.00

t Europe. 1-10x60' Marlette Commander DeLuxe 5,995.00

a;4 In the Korean War President Truman relieved him of 1-10x43' Marlette "Holiday'House" 3,475.00

duty because MarArthur resented the fact that the Chinese 2-bedroom

r?, 4 ; armies were allowed a sanctuary beyond the Yalu River. l-lO'xSV Marlette 3-bcdroom 1J* baths 5150.00 I
_
Probably it was a good; idea to relieve MacArthur; he was arae
; not the kind of man to send to fight a war that he wasn't 1-Belmont, 10'x50', 2-bedroom fro kit. 3,950.00

supposed to win. 1-Cranbrook. lO'xSff, 2-bedroom, fr. kit 3,950.00

1' It will take the historians a hundred years to sort out 1-Cranbrook.10'x55', 4,575.00

all the> facts bearing on these controversies, but one fact 3-bedroom Bonk Beds

can be sorted out now. MacArthur had a very clear and l-EsquirelO'x)5'!) 2-bedroom, Itf bath 4,850.00REOsSPSSED :
simple motivation behind anything he did: duty, honor

country. Here, in truth, was a man who was larger than

life. Most people make their decisions because they are 55'xlO': Marlette 2-bedroom front
,
happy or sad, or hungry or afraid or angry or bored or cold.:
If these ordinary feelings touched MacArthur, he did not 'dining room, like new, priced right

let them Influence his decisions. He did things because of
Low: Down Payment Bank RAte Financing ...1..' CEAIt ON CI ffiOlQ .
his pETE11I1
principles. COEIT,D
t COt NO CGIImIMIlI8II.S> ,

f' Countless poor Jokes have been made about MacAr- U.S. 27 East YU 2-2661 -- -. ::::::::;..;

,. r thur's statement that "Old soldiers never'dle, they Just fade -

away." If the memory of this man fades from our minds Also on display The New Roll-R-Room "Chuck"

.I then the concepts of duty and honor and patriotism may Wells Motor; Co. Inc.
also fade, and the future of this nation will bo doubtful.Let The Cabana on Wheels

us bust that Gen. Douglas MacArthur has not finished' ,

and will never finish, the Job he can do for our country. Sugarland Highway
Clewiiton, FU. yUPig. :



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Glades then over the year increase of Oewiston. l1a. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pig Tars
Gas Vets info
speedy track serviceBy 4.8 per cent in February Is Thursday, April 9. 1984 -, Section: One I
team continuing evidence indicating I
FRANK E. VELTRECeonty banner business year in 1964,"
Parkinson win serrlce ember Brown said.Further tiring, up 13.200 to 242,000;

Brown stressed, wholesale trade 13,000 to 107. j
Rufus H.
Wilson manager of while Florida employment was 400; construction! 7.100 to 113.-

first gamesThe the Veterans Administration StPetersburg rising, unemployment was tall- 200; services. 4,800 to 281,700; iSfIiNGG i

in 2 meets. at Immokalee Regional office today fag more than 25 per cent In transport communlcaUon-uUll- "
word
gave a of caution to 4'.INFo1ON
opening games of the veterans who homes February from a :year ago ties 4,200 to 105,700; and fl- I
may own
Men's Slow-Pitch 1 Softball At 91.400 it was 30,000 below nance-lnsurance-real estate, 500 I
guaranteed under the VA's loan
LIndsay, ,Ronnie Olden.Mazzlna League last Monday night saw guaranty program. February 1963. to 80,300. Boots Guides Gas Ice
.nd ** MomU! Glades Gas edge out a 7-6 victory Wilson stated "In addition," Brown said Fishing Tackle Supplier
any such: veteran MILLIONS WILL SEEIt
track over Thrifty Drugs, and "February registered a slight!
f ClewiltoD
[ vicfa'1111 tile a lour-way meet $ Parkinson's coasted to an easy who may be considering disposal drop in unemployment frosnj is estimated that more than Johnson'
9tea of his house should be extremely ( 18 million will
pJJMJi people visit the
linlmnvokaleelastThursfternoon. win over Corbln's Supply 23-&. January Jar the first time since:
The teat li ..- In the bottom of the sixth future\ financial careful situation.to protect Merely : his 19S6." New Florida York State exhibit at the Fishing; Camp
World's Fair
ie In that It was only inning Glades Gas was trailing selling his GlI home does not Brown attributed the employment 196443. during detrition. Ho.

team's ttjlrd outing Ja the by one run 5-6 when Hank Andreis relieve the veteran of his! Uabllity buildup to sn exceptionally
and the first year of stepped up to the plate to the Veterans Administration good tourist season which Is

ftorBobBaker. Kline (N), and MoBride (FM). (C), and tie for 5th between and led off with a home run to Wilson eaid. A number! continuing.
laWn piled) up tNaples: T-:Zt.O. Williams (II) and Baaa make It a tie ball game "Then of cases have arisen where the He said "Such tourist related HEARING AID CLINICFree
.
(N)
first t place 180-yard low hurdlesOldenC Height-5 ft 6 in. after Sonny Stalls grounded veteran sold Us borne. the buyer : industries as restaurants, personal >
I second with 70 points. Im- ( ). Bass (N), Driver (m), Viola The Tigers returned out to short and Quincy West- defaulted on the ken result- services, and wholesaleand Audiometric Test & Hearing Evaluation q

Ueand Fort Myna Junior (FM) and William (m.) T- kalee Tuesday to Immo- berry grounded out to the pitcher tog In foreclosure, leaving\ a deficiency retail trade, and entertainment Thursday, AprIl 9 s
f completed the field with :22.'. won their afternoon and for the second out, Johnny far whclb the veteran. places not only showed (and the second 'Thursday of each month)
second
[ points and 33 point re- 880-yard relay dewistoaMorrell. in less than consecutivemeet Davidson followed with another is liableto the VA. surprising increases: from a 11 A.M. 4 P.M.

K'won ( Olden, Mazzlna and downing Immokalee a week by home run to put his team out The veteran may be released year' ago but also the Increases BAHER'8BUGARLAND

the 100 and 220I Llndsey), Naples. and Immoka.lee. and Everglades teams, LaBelle front 7-6 which meant victory of his liability. provided certain: from January were significant.\ PHARMACY
I dashes, was a member of T-1:4M.: dewiston as Glades got Thrifty out in the things! are done before he disposes Every substantial industrial Clewislen(
posted) its
[winning 880 yard relay Spring medley relay Clew. win impresWve top of the seventh with very of his borne. It his loan category scored substantial Conducted by

i and placed third!. with theput. latest (Rudd Morrell. Mazzina 880-yard relay again the by winning the little trouble. Is current, the purchaser obligates Jumps from February 1963." ARTHUR I. WHITESIDE and ROBERT L. KEMP

I and Angell), Naples and Immok- and the mile medley relay 'Parkinson's scoring nine runs himself by contract topurchase Retail trade was up from last Authorized dealers for Motorola-Dahlberg Hearing Aids
relay to
ZZJM was second In the alee. T-2:17.0.: 109 points. pile up In the first Inning alter the his property and assume year 16,400 to 312,800; manu/ac- 2200 Bay St., Fort Myers, Florida

hid dash, won the broad Broad Jump Mazzlna (C), Lindsay and Morrell chipped first two batters of the Inning liability, the purchaser

and 'was a member of ManU (C), Williams (m.) Me- In first! in the 100-yard dash and filed< out, proved to be too much: satisfies: the VA be is a good
9 and sprint medley trams Bride (FM) and Loon (N/) Distance broad jump as the Corbin outfit couldn't credit: risk, he veteran can obtain

nell "was third in the 100, 19 ft. S In. Coach Bob Baker' seem to overcome! those first a release of his liability
speedsters
| on both winning relay Pole vault- Driver (m), Pol- will Journey to Fort Myers Inning "blues." Corbln's managed provided the bolder of the mart
on
j, was second on the broad fifteen hits but couldn't gage and the VA both agree.' Ha
lock (m), Loomis (FM), Browning Friday afternoon for :the EdJ-!
and won the shot put. put them together for more than may apply for a release from
(m) and Brooker (C). Height eon relays. A
den 'won both the high and Ut.I In. eight runs. Bobby Glddens had liability by sending a written Happy Man ,
birdies and participated on at request to the Loan GuarantyOtfloar.
a perfect night the plate abe
Shot put Morrell (C) McIntosh
-
IBM Veterans Mn nI.Itra-
yard relay team Tickets hit three singles and two 5
pIeCe mutts (FM), Llndsey (C), go on home runs In five trips for Park ton Office P. O. Box 505, He buys all of his
yard dash-Ritchie (N), Kreager (FM) and MOM (N). sale for festival inson's. Jacksonville, Florida 32201.
O .
Distance 42 ft. 8 T-t
inde (FM), Harris (N), Z3- in. RHEThrIft.7 The only other ate way Wilson : printing from
(C). T- High lump-Driver (m), Carrt- Tickets' for the SuaarlaDdSlner'
N)I. and Campbell Drug 100 023 0- 6 10 1 affirmed Is for the veteran
J then (C), Daniel (m), Stanton Spring Festival go on to arrange tot the GI loan to be
sale Glades Gas 103 102 x- 7 14 6WP
yard dash-Undaey (C), tomorrow. Friday for the paid in full.Employment. THECLEWISTON
concert which 'will be held Friday -Johnny Davidson, I
Lanv
a (C), Morrell (C),
April 24 in Parkinson's .13 112 6-23 21 7
the
nigh school
(N) and Kline (N). T- INCOME TAXSERVICE
gym. Corbln's 000 022 I- S 15WP 9
rate NEWS
(yard high hurdle Olden The program will present -Billy Durance.Thsnday's .

Earashaw (N). Williams varied assortment of music Including Games: April 9.. .
W. 0. PERRY, special groups, according Ryder Truck vs. Parkinson's,
Carson (I) and Skinner (I). is highest
61. Tax Consultant to Dr. L. O. Vaughan Jr., 7:00: pan.Glades. ever GOOD PRINTING :
director.! Gas vs. Corbln's, 1:30: .
yard run-Earnshay (N), 144 Ave ida Del ale Tickets are 11.00 for adults p.m. Florida nonfarm employmentshot

ma (I). Roberto (O, neM TVkra 1-7341 and 50 cents for students and ........,. April UlCorbin's to a new record of 1,514- Q. FAIR PRICESAND
(C). and Brooks 500 In February.
BuslcessPersonalFarmComplete children: and may be purchased vs. ''Thrifty 7:00: pjn. I
T21T6.Dyard
I. Commission
: Chairman
from the Senior Class, members Ryder Truck vs. Glades: Gu, Wesley I
dash Llndeey (O, Bookkeeping of the chorus, with the SeJ1knrecetvtnc 8.30: p.m. Brown said the February total your money 3
beeline (N), Lambert (I), Service : 50 per cent of all topped the previous\ all time .
I the 4th between Koch (N), ticket sales for !their class fund. high in December by 5,000 work stay i in thii area
ers.
'
Bowlingnews And February this year was Phone YU 3-1201 .'. .

..soo above. February a year t
Brown said. "
ago ,..
1 "A nonfarm employment Increase ',' I

lewiston Church Directory of 4.6 per cent in January '\ I !

over I year ago, and I fur. I
I,
.
Happy XIII leagueTeam
"It- I
'Im OF JESCS CHRIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN Standing W. L ; I'

]Booker Point 102 E. Ventura Arenas 47 Palm Arcane Glades Restaurant ._ 63 50 I II

(Paul Strickland Pastor Rev. Leon M. GabmreU, Henry H. Ford, Minister Dan's Dragline Service 57 55 v >

1 1.m,-Sunday School.amMooing Interim Pastor 1:45: a.m.-Sunday SchooL Potashnlck-Badgett. 55 57

Wonhlp.nesday t:45: a.m.-Sunday SchooL 11:00: a.mMorning Worship. A&W Root Beer 50 63

: 11:00: ..m.-Morning Service. 11:00: a.m.-Nursery in the Par Hdcp. Scores Came Series

i p.m.-Prayer Meeting. 1:45: p.m.-Training Vain, lib House. IDes Uneberger.BobM ..... S82

frrday: 1:00: PAU-Evening Service.: 6.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow. Swindle 1i71 I

p.m.-Youth MeetDI.iNITI'rENTECurrAL! Wednesday: ship. Jenny Hendry 23Z _

7:00 p.m.-Officers and Teachers : Wednesday: Julia SwindleBonnie 21t 1167 rt

Meeting. 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice.ST. : Brasher ,_ Z01' _
HOLINESS CHURCH 1:00: pan Midweek Prayer Scratch Scores Game Series

Sooth CtewMoaiftev. Service. Inca Llneberger e. "

]. R. Taylor Pastor 1:45: p.mv-Cholr Practice. MARGARETS mvamRw.LarklnOoIll101l7 Jenny Hendry 1111 _

1 1.m.-Sunday School. Frances Carlin .....170 455
) a. 1.00: a.m.-Sunday Ma... Jenny Hendry '4'3 'PLYMOUTH1
m.-Morning Worship. FIRST: METHODIST CHURCH -
3 p.m.-. unday Evangelistic X3I W. Oseeela Aveaoe 7:00: p.m.-Sunday Mass. Julia Swindle 181 _
7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass
|Service.
Rev. David Denslow, Pastor I
7:00: a.m.-Fint Friday Mass.
aeiday: 9:45: a.m.-church: School.
Lake League
5 pm.-Prayer Service. 11:00: a.m.-Mornlnf Service.: (:.00 p.m.-Fir.t Wednesday \\(
each month Catholic
pay: 6.00: p.m.-Methodist Youth 1. Trestle, 70 points; 2. U. S.
Ladlei'Altar Society
ipm.-Youth Service. Fellowship. ,S. c., Clew lIoG, 68 points; S.
7:30: p.m.-Evening Study. W. T. Grant. 61 points; 4. Okee-
OITHSIDE!!: MISSIONARY 'Thursday Saturday: lanta, 58 points; 9. U. S. S. C. I

I BAPTIST CHURCH1 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice. 9.30: a.m.-ReUaloua Instruc Bryant, 55 points! 6. WOWY, r

1304: N. Francisco Street lion.CHURC7 55 points; 7. B. G. Herald, 41
"
Bro. Cheater Johnson ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH points; S. YAW Farms, 99 ; I

Interim Pastora.m.Sunday (Episcopal) OF CHRIST points.
5 Schoo.a.m.Moming 207 N.I'.e1ft. 306 Sooth Central Arenas High Team Set: '1. S. 8. C.,

0 Worship Rev. Clark' H. Dorman Vicar J. J. Sullivan, Minister dewlston, 2,528. } I
Pm.-BTC. Sunday Services: Sunday! High Team Game WOWY and
U. & S. C., dewlston, 899.
m.-Evenlng Worship 7:30 Eucharist "
: a.m.-Ear11 10:00: a.m.-Blhle SchooL ..
fneiday: High Ind. Set Bill Sage, 571. 1'
10:30: .m..J'.m11y Service: and 11:00: a.m.-Worship. .
Pm.-Priyer Service: Church School. 7:00: p.m.-Worship. High Ind. Game Milt Cross ..., I II

Saints and Holy Days as announced. .. Wednesday: 240. i
CHtRCH 500 Set snd/or 200 ,am_
or GOD 7:30 p.m.-MIdweek devotions I : I
12 oath radfle Arams : Mitt Cross 240, 520; J. B. :
Confessions by appointment.nlHAYIIt and Bible Study. ,' a' 1 1l 1t
Rev. Joe Coleman Smith 201; Bob Pearce 507; ;

1 m.-Sunday School. Bin Sage, 571; Jim. Johnson ;, :A, "
> m.-Monung Service.: BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF JESC8 CHRIST 212 514; Hank Andreis, 550; J"
m.-.Evenlng Blghwsy 72* APOSTOLIC FAITH Bob Goedhart. 226, 548; Jerry :
Worship.
Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor '
inday: SMrta Clewkrten Vaughn. 235, 546; Wilbur Miersty
m.-Prayer Service.: 1:45: a.nx-Sunday SchooL Bro. Luther DIxon. Pastor 523; Clarence Throop, 224
r: 11:00: a.nu-Morning Worship 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 541; Jerry Gummere, 213, 54(;
1 6:45: p.m.-Training Union. Perry Rigdon.( 502. l
9.m .
-Young 11:00: a.m.Preachlag.Tuesday
People's En-
:
deavor.CHISTIAN 1:00: p.m.-Evening!: Worship.Wednesday S
:
-- : 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Ladies of Lake iltitd1It ;
1:00: p.m.-Prlyer, Meeting. tJ :
CHURCH Friday? ". 1 \
"a anrbll14 Aaditulnar' 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Sport Shop 84 36 .

Goodrich or Meeting.CALVARY Old South 73S{ 45Y :.JIUI'I'a
r'' Minister CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY .
-Bible SCWorship GOD U. S. Sugar Corp. _10" 0" I Ct', :
It ",
au-Communion and 211 Stwtk Fraadsee Street BAPTIST CHURCH Canebrake 55" 14"Baldree' If ".
53654
Service. ,James 1'. KlmbrcL Pastor
Ciew ate
Benin
P'lII.-CornmUnloQ and Sunday Wilson Lumber 50 70 1
Rev. Herb Hlgdon Pastor PU'kinlloD' 47 'lJ IUft"I I
Worship Service 10.09: a.m--Sunday School.: !
achy: 11:00 a-m.-Mornlng Worship. 9:45: a.m.-Sunday SchooLUOO Hare Lumber 46 74IB t
1 Pm.-Bible! Study. 11:00 a.nx-Children's Church. : a.m.-Worihlp Service. Series Ser. JJdcp

7:30 pjnv--Evangelistic Service 7.00 P.BU-Baptist Training Polly McLeudoD m .a ''I '

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Page Four TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS C1ewl.ton, F1a. Diane Thompsonwins Rainbows report and his email brother were also 10. at St.Immediately. Margaret'
1964 Section One given Easier baskets. Cwrc.h, CttlioJ.,
__ Thursday April I. Easter projectsLynda Clewlstx>o,
Lynda advised the girls that
t0ll0/d
state office Carlton. worthy advisor all point sheet must be turned ceremony a Ih
In at the next Rainbow held at the 111I:
Vi\I presided at (the Rainbow meeting.She honl of tl
: said there are shill some parents, Mr the'I
She
# Junior meeting Monday evening. and
Diane Thompson, a loIra.
Miss
NEWS at Barry College Miami expressed thanks to the girls sweat shirts left and any girl A. Yon, 131 Avenldo GaM

Beach, was recently elected who presented the Easter program who wants :to buy: one eee Mrs to AU the tlends are Cordial cIe1l1o.

j president of the College Cubs for the Eastern Star Chap. Dickey b. ceremony alll\\ the
,,_ h of the Florida Home Economics: ter. She also thanked those who Girls to set up assembly for hd
Association. attended church services in a the next meeting are Joy Crawford
EYe
As head of this group u body Sunday. Debbie Comrie, Barbara Weiner Rai

Miss Ruth Hamner, Charles E. Miner Jr Florida Diane will representthe National Report was mede of the Assembly Waters Carlton., Emily Batey and Shlela The EYe of .
at the
state as delegate purchasing a complete Church II having St.'I
\ Convention of the American Easter outfit of clothing: lor a > on the beach I weiner IIiIII
i are married in Holy Trinity ChurchMiss f Home Economics: Association small boy who bed been hospitalized. Yon-Booker dale Sunday All at Fort ,
which will be held In Detroit His need was brought guests are lIIemberw (
bblthe
I I Ruth Louise Hammer, Her flowers were a cascade In June to the attention of ,the Assemblyand Miss Sue Booker end Raymond : Parish requested House .
daughter of Colonel and Mr. bouquet of pink roses mixed Diane daughter of Mr. and the girl voted to outfit him Yon will be married 'at < day morning. .II lb: kti
George C. Hunner 631 36th with pastel spring flowers Mrs James M. Rider, la a graduate
j street: West Palm Beach and Two nieces of the bride also of Clewiston High School:
i Charles E Miner, Junior, IOn served as attendants They are and was very active: In Future ...........
.t of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ruth Constance Babyak as Home Makers of America during

s Miner, senior, of GewUton Junior bridesmaid, and Suzan her high school days. She Re-Elect
were married In a 5 o'clock: Blain Babyak, flower girL Theyare Pr was an outstanding student in -
1 ceremony at Honly Trinity Episcopal the daughters of Mr. and Home Economics: : and is majorIng -
; : Church West Palm Beach, and Mrs. J. J. Babyak of Cocoa in :that subject: at Barry

Saturday The Very Reverend Beach, Fla. Both girls wore College
Donald S. Barry officiated at matching gowns of pastel blue Diane also held the title of J. HOMER

the double ring ceremony. Arthur organdy over taffeta-bouffant Miss Sugar of 1961, as winner
Lancaster was organist and floor length with matching: ,5) of the beauty contest at the
headpieces of p&stelsprinr flowers Hendry County Fair that year
I Given In marriage by her
with illusion veiling trim to
j father, Colonel George C. Ham
match their gowns. They carried
USMC (retired) the bride
nero old fashioned bouquets of BIBLESUPERINTENDENT
Beta Pi Chapter
: wore a gown of white silk organza
spring flowers
over bride's taffeta; the
John J. Chlpouris of Washington
I floor length skirt ending In. plans banquetBeta
D. C, was best man; usher
,. chapel train. Alencon lace embroidered !
were Angus J. Campbell :
with wed pearls outlined Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma
the neckline and extended Billy Ray Jackson and Hairy Phi met Tuesday evening
W. Massey of West Palm Beach; la the meeting room of the Elks
r! to the hem of the skirt Her elbow

length veil of illusion was Johnny G. Sullivan Fort Myers, MRS. CHARLES E. MINER, JR. Lodge, Mrs. Michael Herringwas OF
Talbot D'Alemberte, Miami hostess.
attached to a crown of matchinglace Robert P. Foley, Palm Beach corsage of white sweetheartroses. Betty Beatty Dr. Lionel Beatty,
also embroidered with Thomas Schulte, Coral Cable :Ills Christine Glddens, Mr. Mrs Van Cothern, presiding,
pearls The bride carried a and Ferraro Fort Lauder. Elsie Futch. Miss Marcia: Futch, read the annual message from PUBLIC
Ray The bride i I. a graduate of the INSTRUCTIONof
of the
white bride's Bible! Ross, founder
I with an arrangement dale. Palm Beach High School and Mrs. Ruth Owen, Mr*. George Walter W
of white sweetheartroses and plans 'were made
Sorority
.
r Mr. Hamner mother of the attended Florida State University H. Coleman, of Olewlston, Mr.
and lilies of the Founders Day banquet
valley for the
and Mrs. Billy Roger, South
bride chose a dress of navy at Tallahassee. The groom
Miss Bettemae Bird of West blue silk shantung, with draped graduated from Florida State' Bay and Dr. and Mr, H. H.Raulerson which will be held In the Glades,
Palm Beach was the maid of ceckline.: She wore a floral hat University, and received his Jr. of Okeechobee.: Pit Room on Saturday evening
honor. She wore a floor length law from the Universityof April 25.
with flower ranging from dusty degree
shell pink silk organza over taffeta He The program was a discussion :
Florida at Gainesville.
rose to deep fuschla shades, anda
and a matching: floral hat navy blue veil. Her corsage was administrative assistant for Miner is hostat of literature in which all HENDRY COUNTYVOTE
trimmed with illusion member participated.Other .
l veiling. matched the flowers In her baL Congressman Paul Roger in
J Mrs. Miner, mother of the Washington. He served a* assistant rehearsal party member attending
groom, wore a mint green silk county solicitor for were Mrs. William Baker Mrs. FOR
; r 4 .. crepe with white. hat and aeceasode. : Palm Beach: county before resigning Charles E. Miner, Jr., enter Frank Gentry, Mrs. Robert
i, : .. Her corsage was of to become a partner In tained at a rehearsal dinner on Adams, Mrs. Richard Baker,
pink sweetheart roses. the law firm of Day and Minerin Friday night at Nando' Mlra- Mrs John Black Mrs. Frank
:!. Thurs Fri. Sat the Lake Worth. Fla. mar In Palm Beach in honor of Mottley, Mrs. Kenneth Walker EXPERIENCE
Immediately
April 9 .10.11 following .
member of oil wedding party Mrs J. Fred Baker Sr., Mr.
DOUBLE FEATURE"MAN'S ceremony a wedding reception Among the out of town guest
His wedding to Miss RothLodge Harold Estop Mrs. Woody Car-
,
FAVORITE was held at the Sailfish dub of at 'the wedding were Jay Carroll
I Hammer, daughter of bathers, Mrs Michael Mfflce-:
SPOBT" Florida at Palm Beach. Assisting Miner, Mr. and Mrs. James
CoL and Mrs. George C Ham vie Mrs Robert McColIey and
9:00: P.M. Only In the hospitalities were Chlpourls Robert B. Lochrte,
ROCK HUDSON Mrs Joseph Hollls, sister of the Congressman and Mr. Paul ner, was an event of Saturday Mrs Robert Base INTEGRITY
PAULA PRENTISS
evening.
"I A fisherman who hated to groom Panama City, Fla.; Mrs. G. Roger, all of Washington
S fish. Gantt Hamner, Melbourne; Mr. D. C.; General and Mr*. A. A, Guests at the dinner Included
I "SIEGE OF THE SAXONS" Joseph J. Babyak, sister of the Vand rlfllt. Delay Beach Colonel and Mr. Hamner the Garden clubbers
'. '"1 A whole new world of bride, Cocoa Beach, Mr. L. Lieut Robert C. Hamner, USM Very Rev. and Mr. Donald S.
%\4 :.1 upeotatle. Mitchell Gainer Palm Beech New York City Mr. aid Mr*. Barruj, :Ml** Bohemia Bird to make hats MATURITY

: Sun. Mon. Tues. and Richmond, V... Mrs Marco Gantt Hamner of Melbourne, Mr. and Mr. Billy Ray Jack-
.I .:'t April 13.13.14 Johanssen, Palm Beach; Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Joseph J. Babyak con, Mr. and Mr. Angus J. Members of the Clewiston
:{ "MAIL ORDEK BRIDE" Fred Morrlsh. Mrs. Betty Ann Cocoa Beach, Mr and Mr. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. RobertP. Garden Club will meet next
t BUDDY EBSEN Shackley, Mrs. Edwin Crow, Talbot D'Alemberte! MiamI Foley, Mr. and Mr. HarryW. Thursday April It, 3;00 p.m., 10 years of proven public services in schoolsas
Late T.V Star Mrs. Donald Nohelty, Mrs. Wilbur Thomas Schulte: Coral Gables, Massey Mr. L Mitchell at the bom of Mrs. P. M. Mc-' your
t There is laughs In those O. Manning Mrs. Evelyn Ray Ferraro Fort Lauderdale, Gainer, Mr. Betty\ Ann Shack-: Intyre. .
\ Hillbillies Hamner and Mrs. Gertrude :Miss Bettye Swa onl. Fort Members are expected: to general supervisor

": Wed. Thurs, April 15 It Bird of West Palm Beach. Lauderdale. Mr. and Mr*. G. R. ley.Mr.. and Mr. James')- R. wear hats fashioned front flowers
"PA IS WREN IT The bride and groom left the Manuel, Bunnell. Mrs., J_ Branch, Jr., Mr, and Mrs -Josevh and/or vegetable taken, 4 of
J SIZZLES" reception for a wedding trip to phlne Knight grandmother of Holll of Panama City."'Jay from their gardens Prizes will years proven public services as your Superintendent I
WILLIAM HOLDEN Nassau the Bahamas. For the groom, dewiston Mr. and Carroll Mine Washington, D. be awarded for the various
See AUDREY them HEPBURN wild: in traveling the bride chose a white Mr*. Warren Howell, Mr and C., Mr. and Mr*. John J. ad- categories and a large attendance of Public Instruction.
Parts
Street cafes go and landmarks and black tailored suit with Mr*. G. R. Berner Mr. and pouris.Washington D. c., John b being anticipated by
blouse of antique gold. She Mr. Raymond Ptttman. Mr. ny G. Sullivan Fort Myers,;Mr. the hostess
wore white accessories and a and Mr*. George Yon, Mr*. and Mr*. Talbot D'Alemberte of

.1.1J Coral Miami Gable Thomas. Ray Schultz Ferrero, of Happy BirthdayApril His experience will give sound and progressive -

I Fort Lauderdale LL Robert C. James L. Owens. plans to the
meet
rw;J Hamner of New York City Mr. April 11 Helen Roberts, needs of a growing

and Mrs. Joseph) J. Babyak Merle Brantley, Herman Long,
Cocoa Beach and Mr. and Mr. Carlos Dickey Alberto DeArm- county.
l I Gantt Hammer of Melbourne.
as.April
12 Helen Click, Johnny
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E. Roberts, Margaret Ann by J. Homer Bible)
'1 : ..,., Auxiliary plans Crouch Charles R. Twiddy.
Mrs. W. M. Palmer, Bill

r ,; benefit partyThe Swayne
April 13 Gene Bledsoe. MarJI .

,.,. ..'I Inl ___ .__ ., Hendry General Hospital Varnadore.
Ii '4" Auxiliary member are planning April -Mrs. R. C Wilson
I a benefit game and card James Harris.
,. I : ', V party on Saturday afternoon April IJ-Jack Scott( \ Rose STEAKHUNGRY
: I April 18th.It Marie Diane
Leon Bembry,
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member Gloria Hodges Ethel Cox
J may play bridge' or other' game Billy Swindle Jimmy Maxham.
t l of their own choice. Admission Mr. Harvey Prldgen Mrs. H.
will be 11.23 and tickets are C. Button, Sr.
'40 now on tale by all Auxiliary April 18 A. W. Slas, Mrs.
$ member Frank Zemonek, Jim Scott.


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Curtis and her dessert Eastern Starsat eluted the guest speaker Mrs. C1ewtston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five
[ Robert T Benson of Naples, a Fuller's Follies Thursday April IJ, IDSt Section One
IMrs past president of Southwest
be filmed for television Grand Chapter Coast Deanery, who spoke and M. Mexico Br Oiy.-Ponce AL FULLER Officer t
[ Mrs Helen Dickey, worthy showed slide of her 21-day candidate
Luis Rodriguez answered a Bill DeLozier
The formal commencement
matron, end Mrs. Diocesan Pilgrimage to Europe
Batty Carlton,
Isabelle CurtII of ?**, Undo, on videotape for telecast associate matron, of Sugarland and the Holy Land last summer. phone tip and found a man processional begins at 3 pjn. on j
Ir' during the weekend I lying, stiff as a board, in a sack. I
presidentKf. on stations
of the Florida Field. !
ud. wife Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, The tour, planned by Bishop
will WEAR Pensacola AYII The officer thought he had a
County Bank ; WLBW, Miami iwMrs. receives degree
in
Hendryore are Jacksonville this week attending Coleman F. Carroll Is to be an
I WCTV, Tallahassee real murder victim That is- !
Florida womense ; '
of the 12 ; the Grand annual affair Father Bernard
8 tatenU will be 'WFLA Tampa and WJXT, Chapter I'P. SON4l : until the "victim" suddenly got Saving vitamins
cooking meeting! McGreuchaa pastor of St. ambled Wm. B. DeLoilcr, son of Mrs.
24th In the Jacksonville up and away.When i
on April Jpllanas Church. West Palm. To serve tasty vegetablerwithout
vised of Mrs. Essie Roblsoo\ Is leaving Rodriguez opened the Elizabeth DeLozier. will receive
Sponsors the
of the Florida Orange telecasts on this Beach, was spiritual director for the of bachelor of electrical losing valuable nutrl'
II degree
the six stations are the Florida morning to attend the J. Odell of LaJolla, California bag the "stiff" Inside crawledout
5sert Contest remaining the pilgrimage last year. engineering, at commencement eMs, cook them a* quickly: a*
sessions
Citrus Commission, Tupperware of tee Grand and Crystal Lake, HI and mumbled in a drunken
the winner Chapter Delicious cakes and doff exercises of the possible In as little water a*
hs Home Parties, Inc., and Publlx meeting also. has left OewUtoo following a voice "Can't you people let me '
suUstrict dirt needed from scorching
served hoateasei. to keep
and the
by
were
the \ Markets. few weeks with her sister, Mrs seepf University of Florida on Sunday,
( sts and with eleven other H. A. Beater April 19th. the pan. Pressure cooking or
Sponsors of the
KT winners will prepare'' herr Orange Desert Altar Societymet steaming are other recommend:
Ft. Flower Atlanta-We hear about people
Contest In addition to the Myers
the Grand Championbakeoff : Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown All student who have earned ed methods tor cooking vege
in la Winter Haven. Florida Citrus Commission, are at Yon homeSt show April 18-19 of Euttis spent the weekend in who being"flip too their fat lid, *but becauseof this Is degrees since: May, 1963 will be tables. Cooking potatoes and
the electric power' utilities of the skins
root vegetable in their ,
portion of the Clewiston visiting her parents recognized at these commencement
p* televised state; Tampa Electric, Florida Margaret's Altar Society "L'Armour Romantique" ridiculous.Mrs. ceremonies. There are 3- and keeping other vegetable
will show abe 12 Mr. and Mss T. C Yea ST.
contest William 190
ay their de- Power Florida Power and Light\ met Wednesday evening! at the lovers of history-i* toe them Highfield, 100 students who will be recogntaed. in large piece while cooking
,allots preparing receive prize and Gulf Power companies home of Mrs George Yon with of the 1-day flower show In Exhibition Mrs.. Lula Pollen and. Mrs pounds, stepped on) a manhole There are 245 graduate help retain their natural' vitamin
5. Winner will Mrs. Pat Peters and Mrs. Luis Hall! Fort Myers April Frank Cox. drove to Jacksonville cover and It flipped its lid, students, including 58 doctoral and minerals.
The ,
[totaling! $10,000. procram dropping her Into a water filled
WTTV, Or- DeArmas co-hostesses. Mrs. C. 13-19, the Garden Council an- last week with Mrs. H. A.
1 be filmed by D. Hine conducted the meetingat The show will sewer.If .
LegionAuxiliarywill nounces. open Land and her grandson, Robert .
which Mrs Jack Davis, chair.: Saturday from 3-9 p.m. and on Garrett, who returned to their
udubon groupn ty chairman reported receiving Sunday from 10 a Jn. to 8 p.m. home, following a week' visit you've ever visited some Garth L. Lewis
hear Spratt a letter from Father Thomas J. The artistic arrangements will in Clewiston. foreign countries like Cuba or
LaBelle trip Goggln. thanking the Societyfor suggest the era and locale of Mexico, you probably took noticeof
All Legionnaires and the Layette it donated to the Cleopatra and Marc A4ony, Dr. TlUman 'Keen of Evergreen the profuse amount of horn General Contractor
veral members of the Lake members are welcome Auxiliary to attend Catholic Welfare Bureau in Fort Josephine and Napoleon, Ma- Ala, pent the weekend honking. Drivers In those countries
feechobee Audubon Society the Joint meeting of Ctewiston Myers. dame Butterfly\ and Lt. Pinkerton -,, here visiting his brother, M. C. use their horns constantlyand New Construction Additions
re Joined by three tourist Post 93 and Auxiliary which will Mrs Dan McCarthy reportedon Pooahontas and John Smith, Keen, ST., and family.Mr. whether they're in town or
members Sunday tot the Southwest Coast Deanery and Scarlet O'Hara and Rhett out on the open road there'sn Free estimate job
ubon be held In the Legion Han at Sp.m. awful lot of tootln'. on any
Butler and Mrs. Abner H.'Vann
fIeld trip to LaBelle. Tuesday, April 14. meeting, held In Fort Myers in
Admission is 100. and Mr. and Mrs. J J. Geiger Well, in Mexico City they'reeven
:March; and reported that a WY 6-6069
enjoyed a picnic at Phone Belle Glade
group Jack R. Spratt of LaBelle were in West Palm Beach Sunday putting' horn on airplanes :
Our Blessed
beautiful statute of
city Park In LaBelle, then who traveled Russia with a Mother was presented to Mrs. G. afternoon and evening, attending to they can go beep-beep while 655 SW 2nd Street
north River
down the 1
ve group of Florida agriculturists, the final performance of landing at airport.
N. Pitzen. retiring president
id, spending most of the aftbird 555London
will speak and show pictures of "My Fair Lady" at Muslcanri-
April 26th was the tentative
watching at thee
n Russia. Several organizationshave vaL Beautiful, actress
of Mr. and Mn. K. P. Me- date set for a church: picnic.
CharlesE.
heard this talk and seen Patients admitted Elke Sommer recently flew
vary, where several unusual these pictures, and Legionnaires Mrs. DeArmas and Mrs. McCarthy Forshee Evander Bathes, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schultze 6,000 miles, with 3 large trunks
s i of bird were observed. are looking forward to were chosen delegate James W. Frankln. Juanita have returned to their home in full of clothes, to a new movie I
return trip wa made this program. and alternate to the Convention Martinez, Janet Hedges, Cecil Chicago after a visit with Mr. location. I
i SR 29 and the Citrus Center of the Miami Diocesan Council Johnson, Violet Snyder Orate and Mrs Jo*. F. Florentine. What part is she playing in
d. CARD OF THANKS of Catholic Women at Dupont Gomes, Mary Coppedge, Arthur Other guests In the Florentine this movie? A nude) TIN I I
!taking the trip were Mr. and We wish to express our Plaza Hotel Miami, April 22-23. Carruthers, Ruby Smith, O. C home recently were Mr. and "I know it sounds crazy," R
W., T, Sit, Mrs. Gerald gratitude and appreciation to Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Jr., nominating Wilcox Richard Gayle, Hugh Mrs. C. D. Trlmborn of Dayton, she said. "But as they say- I
Ides Mrs Elizabeth Stitt, an of the many wonderful people committee chairman, C. Carillon Lena Mae Franklin. Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom that's show business. "
and Mrj. F. E. Cbnklbzg.a. in dewlston for their sympathy presented the following slate of Flora Dlckson, Marjorie Ellis. King, of Chicago.Mr. i1i !I
Wm. C Owen Miss Patri- their kindness and comfort officers President, Mrs. Luis Patients remaining O. C. Maybe machines won't replace I
Powers, Mrs. Fred C. to us In the loss of our little DeArmas; vice president, Mrs. Wilcox Floret Dtckson, Albert and Mrs. Robert L. Wick people after all.
;es, and the visitors, Misses son Bryan Keith. C. A Butchart; secretary Mrs.H. Spears Hugh C. Carlton Arthur ham and daughters, Kelley and At Manchester, N. H., Roger'sSuper "Serv ng Ftendry and Glades Counties"PROFESSIONAL ,
and treasurer, Carruthers. MarJorie Ellis, Shawn of Castle Point, N. Y.
ah Olridge. of Maple Shores We cannot express now deeply J. Andreil. Market got a reimbursement
J.. and Mildred Riles ofT we appreciate all of your Mrs. Helen Roberts Richard Gayle, Mary Coppedge, recently visited her father Hubert check from Scott PaperCo.
Pa., and Miss Elizabeth goodness to us. Following the business meeting Oralla Cornea, Joe A. Jones, H. Willer and her brother, The check was supposed to _
tnlgau, also of New Jersey- Vonda and Sam Fields. Mrs. E. L, Holoubek IntroVote R. M. Luckey, Earl Scocguw, H. H. Willer, Jr., assistant civil be for 22 cents, but Scott's machine -
; Vernon Messer. Marjorie Smith, engineer, U. S. /.fury' Corps of goofed and printed the

-- --- Juanita Martinez, Lena Mae Engineers. SlghtfiocinC' trip check' for 1100000022. PRESSWORK. III/
"1' ? Franklin, Rachel Bowers, Ruby were made during dare stay to And in New Orleans Mrs.
rte, "r'4. # Smith. the Big Cypress Indian Rev,vacation Paul Sam purchased a 12.90 I
the dewbton Sjtfir money order at Christmas time PRACTICAL
\ },.. I, : ( ; ( Group attends House and other points. Mr to buy 2 folder of souvenir '
,. Episcopal churchThe Wickham Is chief registrar of stamp from the United Nation ,

\ I' ". Rainbow Girls attended the VA hospital at Cacti Point\ Some machine: : must have PRICES. i I
and Mrs. Wickham Is a school another
thought M was making
Reelect church services in a body Sunday teacher.Mr. foreign aid donation, because .
f for and in honor of the Foundingof
when the check got to the N. N.
the Rainbow Order. This to and J. D. Stanford No
Mrs. the mount wa for $$1.100.002. job too large or e i
an annual observance of Rain.bow
and *on, Dale, spent the week The U. N. returned the money
Girl everywhere. Local end visiting friend In Tampa. order saying there 1* a limit to small.
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girls chose the Episcopal They were accompanied by !I'I
at Christmastime
generosity, even
Harvard S. ParkinsonCounty year.Church for their attendance this Dennis Toerc. i II I

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Yellx Gounch and Bin Ugrate Whatever your printing needs
,
Ellinwood, Kan.-Mr*. Kenneth .
spent last weekend in Miami. you'll find ;+- !
Hewitt told her little boy us ready willing and

Commissioner district 3 Mr. and Mrs. Junior Moses h* bad to top hooting his cap able to fill them! .
of Mulberry were guest of Mr. pistil In the house because it :... .
f-r 'f > 'and Mrs. Carl Anderson over made a slush :
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Give call
us a for estimates I
Dear Editor: fret t
fee weekend.Mr. Her T-year old boy figured ,
with record of service and achievement Thanks for printing our name out a remedy. H* poured mom' d a
a progressive
In your 20 year history in tart and Mr. E. Sonju entertained perfume aU over his cap so I .
week' Oewiston New We Mr. and Mr*. E. Andre they wouldn't stink.NOTICE.
were married 20 years ago from Fort Lauderdale and The CLEWISTON NEWS ': .
for Hendry March 25th. Chicago last week.J. .
county.Your W. are hoping that both of Phone YU 31201P. Central Are.Clewiston. .
us will be Around to see it againin M. Lanktord ww called To whom M may concern: I
the paper tea year from to Atlanta this week fcy the will not be responsible for any ;0. Box> 1236 FJa
death of his only sister, Mr*. debt that Ruth
now when we. celebrate our 30th McKlnney may PUBLISHERS: OF ,
vote and support will be appreciated. anniversary.The Mabel Leverett. He expect: to make HENDRY: COUNTY NEWS GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT
return to bit office iI nOITOW. NORRIS McKINNEY
20 of happiness has ,
year PHONE: OR 5-2541 PHONE: WH 11821I :
given us three boy*, age. 19, 12 Mr. and Mr*. Charle Holly CN439, Apr 9.
;. ( ( and I, and three girls: IS, IS, have left for the north after

,> > ;;,, and 10. spending two month in Clewi-
(Political advertisement paid by H. S. Parkinson) Thank, ton with their daughter and son-
Billie and Willie F Martin.
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. Sonju.

,r ,. > '<: .;' Mr. and Mr. George A. Yon BAKE 3Lb. Can 59t

., were weekend guest" of Mr. and RITE

"" Mr Beach.*. O. J. Parks in West Palm .

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Dr. and Mrs. Theron Freeze ICRAn'S, Italian Style kz: PII,. MAZOLA '

of Long Beach Calif., will arrive -
today for a visit of several Spaghetti Dinner u _.190 Oil __ _ _ Qts. 590
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,. days with her aunt, Mrs. RuthB.
'. Owens, land her family. Dr. PLANTATION O'SACE No. 2 ii Can

school Freeze system is coordinator of Loll Angeles of the Meal ____ 4-lb. pkg. 3S Peaches __ u 2 for 49

We challenge you to break your fine-car buying habits in County Miami and attending the couple a has conven been BRAVO MARMALADE, Orange, Grape II a


tion.Mr. Corned Beef __ ____ 39 Apple! Jelly 20-oz.29
> and Mrs. Joseph Ilollia
and daughter, Tracy, of Panama BLUE PLATE FRESH
>', City,were guest of her parent, '
It.
,.'' .,,:: Mr. and Mr. C. E. MIner ST.. Salad Dressing PIs. 29t Cucumbers __ 3 for 190U.
: '. Jut weekend. Jay Carroll Miner,
of Washington, D. c., was also .& NO. 1POTATOES
here lor the "weekend They attended
oA the wedding of their
brother, Castles E. Miner, Jr.. 10 100. 39c
and Ml** Ruth Hamner In West

Palm Beach Saturday evening. SWIFT PREMIUM U.s. CHOICE

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bembry Franks Lb. Chuck
pent the weekend In Orlando, uu ___ 49 Roast __ Lb. 49o

visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Jesse Sparks and family. They FRESH GROUND U.& CHOICE ROLL

returned via Bushnell, for Mr. 2lb. Beef
Bembry'i mother, Mrs. Ruby Hamburger __ 99 Roast __ Lb. 89

Council who accompanied them
borne for a visli.Mra. FRESH PIG PORK SALE


i H'JooVo let'yoorflno' li- ar become a btbit, oar fractal ear tmflt America today. It b afo tbi daughter. Thomas Kay, were B. Owen in Tamp and Hams Shoulder Back Bone Rib Side

IICW 1964 taped wfll Marine: to lime for quietest| ( CaT; 234 CDfukflOljIlf rC&DCnflQtt flSJW one day last week visiting Mrs. I 'I

.j dm c.r**Amdd For hen tax ft.h a h whole obrtaaJy new joa 60 I Met:mart<*wttt bean-a world been code d.1DpedaI1Ddq.far dill) purpose Discover alooo. Eater a'tottffr.the *gold newkTdo 1 Owens' mother. Mrs. KatberineBeauchamp. lbw 59t Lb. 490 Lb. 59t Lb. 49 I IWllSONS.

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1aw1JUd Sea Cti J'CIIL' lib dae mat
n J .-. r : borne a Jew of her day ion this, Wm.week C. OweD at the Canned Hams 3-lb. $2.49 I Pork Chops ____ Lb. 39FRANK'S

T : 'J Jr.. la West Palm Beach. Mr.
.M I'MwPE JA- and Mr; Owen, Jr. are in New ,
..... --- ----- Orleans to attend the 20th noWIioII '
of his Naval Unit *4 Tu

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NOTICB inclusive, 4.Bdry. County, LEGAL NOTICE

Six THE CLEW1STON NEWS dewliton, Fla. detached retina with the underlying Notice !I. hereby with Chapter given that The Record.salt. '< p-operty as aforeeald .truatlon S.abed prnponole Totr&iW. for HIOD

Thursday, April D, 1964 Section One tissue )'ln orld.AACU.: : of JJ4I, the Board together With all and.the t.nem.nta.hereditament ., r of th.. IV41 Add k"

If, after a blow to the eye of hubttr.ctrhanrcausehutta. Dralnag.M pre. thereunto* belonging appurt.nanc.i or In the H.ndr I'rl-r'b:: Hepd 1.t0.Co_k
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pen, for even slight blow may the vision is fuzzy or the eye Jar* i budges of the l>ebt Ber any wino appertaJnlng, being "bUo Inltru.uon Count f ty R..C W; It

Health TopicsBEEFSTEAK cause serious damage. A tap Is cut or painful an eye physician ice raqulrmmiU I and and operating the wet all oflnalnuu.li. sold Doted to.satisfy this Tth laid day decree of .April, a Ida 1154 on oe at bloc. icm::' ka.
*
on the eye can be transmitted should be consulted Immediately of th. work and Improvements 1.... they wlU b.which publn'ttlyaj
AND through the eye's fluid content to help avoid serious of the W.trlct for th. period ,./ JAMBS C. FOUNTAIN, read
I, If" and Special' Mailer In Chancery !
with sufficient force to Injure and perhaps permanent dam- beginning November sCarlos R. Dickey th. 5J.C
BLACK EYES ending October U 1'1', and that / ..Pf: .
the retina Separation or tearIng age. t1ff Mid budget lion tale In the Attorney for Plaintiff ..
.t Clewlaton, FloridaCN srtgs.: r :: b,
of the I :: .1,5:
Secretary :
What with the high cost of of the retina contributes to often District of and the the dams may p. 411-April I, II, M, 10, 1114 from BSFR 1 o ? I
meat these days, black eyes blindness, unless natural healing examined at the ottles (,if the ; ? :: i

seldom are treated to a pieceof or surgery make the separation Becreury. l.or. of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN XSW&S&P&Uon.
Growers Th. Hoard' of Bup.r
beefsteak u of yore. Actual. of the retina readbere to meet Rilta Drainage District will meet AND FOR HENDRY. COUNTY, Inslructioa

e l/i: beefsteak li of no more helpto the underlying tissue. In Ih. office of the District on CHANGER FLORIDA NO. I5IULLJB LaBelle. Florids: :: ,n.A c Oe: 5 e
leads claw Mi* 7, nit at 1:08 o'clock In $05.00( I. required t
to : e
a black eye than the appltcation t. afternoon, Ea.tern StandardTim. MAE YVILUS. Plaintiff net of Drawlng5 foe :
the
of any other cool object. Surgery for separation of the lt" l ., for U "*. of hearing *. lions Isoan to and, ,bIPotII:
A wad of cotton or a face cloth retina calls for a delicate oper- A group of 47 cane and veg.table objection sour complaints: : with ROBERT NOTICE TO DEFENDDefendant. p.obtained' hddfllosid. sy
ation. One type of surgical repair growers attended a meeting r.ipM to .aid budget TO: Robert Willis : err
dipped In cold water and applied BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: coil, which I : :
to a discolored eye for IS Involves the Insertion of called by County Agent Ted IUTTA DRAINAGE! DISTRICT You Address are hereby Unknown notified that a r.turned Th. fUll amou
tiny needles through the outer W C. Prewltt Pr.ild.nt deposit "'" be lNb
Gallo last Friday to discus r.iund
suit for divorce ha. been filed
e minutes hour for a time Bidders
every 1064>>
CN 417-April I, It provtded des
coati of the eyeball In the vicinity complaint from the vegetable against you by Mill. Mae Willie see returned all ::
if food' first aid treatment. to
SOME OF FLORIDA'S. In the abov. Court. Ton are re- the
.. in good l
of
the torn retina. When ooeditioq p
on damage to vegetable
wlthl
Such a cold compress may minimize growers NOTICE qulred to flls Four answer with aftsr the bid
the deep discoloration of the needles are In place u crop arising from 2-4-D applications OUTSTANDING CITRUS fRUITS Notice l> h.r.by glr.n that In the Clerk of the Court and to tractor may Opeslnl eblsln ,:',
electrical current Is applied to to cane fields. ARE THE RESULT OF CHANCE accordant with Chapter 1MI7, serve a copy thereof upon H. P. br paying r.p.Oductloa.......
a damaged eye. Board Johnson Clewl.ton, Florida '
Florida Act of 1117, the which
COlt Will
each needle. The heat thus Induced Dr. Georgia Orsenlgo of the tmRIDS. THESE INCLUDE TANGELO, TEMPLE AND KINO of Hup.rvliori ot Sugarland Plaintiff attorney, on or before aOI be shynoof
The discoloration of an eye creates scar tissue and ORANGE. Drainage District hat eauxd to May 11, 114 otherwise this chargasat: th.eArehll: '
b not the worst that can hap. this scar tissue reunites the Everglade Experiment Station ORANGES AND THE MUKCOTT HONEY b. prepared a budget of the Debt action will proceed *x part.. tics .:
at Belle Glade was one of the H.rvlc. requirement and of the Witness my hand and seal of Each
chief Willard cost of maintaining and operetIni aid Court In LaB.ll., H.ndry P. PPOa'C'r; : ho tcoooLea.III.
speakers. Doty,
; all of the work and Improvement County Florida this Ith day of .... yCheckeor I
of the United States Sugar Corporation While Florida... n. ,. ot the District for the April> feet. executed b" the BlddmB. /
Oft 8441355Be described the methods period beginning November 1, /./ DOROTHY CLARK. t" Company 1I..n.... Lam
ENJOYS A VIRTUAL
8 U" and ending October 51. 1M6, Clerk Circuit Court n.. In Fiori.... Pontea.
which that company ha used MONOPOLY ON SOME t .....o and. that laid budgets on fll. (Clerk'a Seal) to five er la a .
*. VI 8-2682 successfully: for ;years In applying !In the office of the Secretary of CN 431-April I, II tt, 10 1114 of the total bid oent Th of, th,"::
emus TYPES, ANOTHER, the District and the same mar quired .. a Bond a
2-4-D to their cane fields. be examined at the office or the the Bid I. guarantee !l01I.
Doyle Golden of the Florida OF ITS PRODUCTS Secretary NOTICE OF SALE TO SATISFY will b. .nt.red accepted Into. a eo......
PHOSPHATE FACESCOMPETITION Board of Supervisors ofSugariand DECADE OF FORECLOSURE formano. of It and i L,...
Department of Agriculture die- The p'operlF ..
Notice I. hereby given that
will The *
on Drainers District .ucc.iiful ? !
Thurmond W. Knight cussed same proposals for legislation KEEN d 7'' "0 moat In the office of the District pursuant to a Final' Deere of quired bidder will .*1
Foreclosure dated April I, 111,
to control or regulate FROM TENNESSEE, on Mar 7, nit at IU: o'clock In and entered In Chancery Case Bond eowrtniiSKte-f

Land Broker"Thurmond such applications. SEVERAL WESTERN the .afternoon Ea.t.rn of StandardTim. hearing No. J611 now pending In the Circuit labor formano.and materials. The .il.
Accredited Farm &; for the purpoio: :: Court of the Twelfth Judicial Bond shell be ....
In
:Result of tho meeting wu a STATES AND FOREIGN obj.ctlona and eomplalnta. with I Circuit of Florida In and forth. UOO tbs amount ot one' bve
Bald budget.BOARD per c.nt
re.pect to of the
Knight Realty. Inc. omc.tass request for a school to teach: COUNTRIES. OF SUPERVISORS Hen"r" County. the undersigned Price C.11Itct
.. 2010 Arena E and eUOAHLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT a Clerk of Circuit Court will Proposal forms mint !he f
MM BIYI. Be. proper handling application .U at public auction for cash to .rly filled
.... ...... RMera BeachAnnounces. the bJ.he.t and blOt bidder .t out and mw tot
Weal Peach, of 2-4-D and other pesticide, C. W. Kntcht, President detached from the 811fC1U"tI4e.?
first session being set for next CN 41*-AprU t, II, 1614. County north Court door House of the In LaB.lle M.ndry, Bent No qualifying win. be Isttors ne. ;

Tuesday evening at Sugarland Florida on April 17, 1144 at 11:88: BIDDER iirw
helping maintain these positions o'clock A. M. the following .... DRAW A BID .
Auditorium. A specialist from lubmlltri
|lor
Saltwater fish scribed property
In the face of competition NOTICE period ef thirty ((30)
l 1 he Experiment station will Instruct Nonce U h.r.by lv.n that th. Lot Tw.nty-thr (II) In Block not for tm
.US" each class and later from foreign Import and from Board of Supervisors of CUwl.- "T" of Harlem" Addition No. ,"h'n'id 00111I' l1,.
overuse of Hah producing waters. toe I>.aln..e; District has sauced Three to Clewliton, H.ndry THE O'WNER RESERVEI1p1
demonstrations win be given the County, Florida according to
adds to b. prepared a budget of JUOUT to reject
nay ,
to and at thereof recorded In th. Public aod//
showing. the actual application economy Debt Service requirements Bids and to w.lve 1.111III
coat of maintaining and op.rat- Record of H.ndry County. tller.lra.BYt .
ln( all of the work and Improvem.nu Florida.
Commercial fishing fleet off of th. Dl.trlct for the Said property I. lobe sold to J. R. Sprat, Cb.l.....
y Florida coast brought In a period boglnnlna November I, satisfy said Final Deere and all Board of Publl. hunt*
/ Salad TricksOne lost and ending October II, IMS Cos .. County flori",
Farmers invitedto 185 million pound catch of saltwater and that raid budget I. on flue Dated April I, 1114 ATrW
fish worth $28 million In the office of the Secretary of DOROTHY MOORB! CLARK, J. Home Bible, S,prl.t_land
the District and the cams ma"be Clerk of Circuit Court Secretary to theof BwJ
e attend 2-4-D last ytar. the Florida State of the trick In making examined at the office of the Hendry County, Florida. Public Inmroetlon, taJ
Chamber of Commerce reported your favorite tossed salad is to BMr.tary, (Cl.rk. Seal) drr County, Florida. 1
the dressing dfI.tributed The Hoard of Suptrrlaor. of CN 411-April 9. 114 CN 411-Mar. II, II; Apr I mJ
get properly
class TuesdayTed la its Weekly Business Review Cl.wl.ton Dralnac District will
1 released yesterday over the green and meet In the office of the District
not In a pool at the bottom of on Mar T, 1..4, at 1:11: o'clockIn
''it Ili hll ill//// has 'The volume of the :F\orHa the afternoon, Ea.t.rn standard
Cello county agent the bowl Tim., for the
1' p r extended an Invitation to an In- catch was approximately the The secret: I Ia to tint rq.arit n.arli objection lo-o: :-
same a* the previous year but with rirot to said The demand for fat
I terested persons to attend the the leave under running water budget.BOARD
\ first of a aerie of three meetIng the value) dropped about U percent and drain them well; wrap Ina or burtnvuc'Ra\

pertaining to the use of2tD. according to these prelimlnarr towel loosely and chill l overnight CLEWIITON DISTRICT: DBwONA U and stocker

I7 Gallo stressed that not figure or a* least a day. This W. C. !Prcwltt Pr.tld.nt
only farmer but their employees "The catch of good lID fish last leaves the freen crisp 'and CN 431-April I, 1504. e cattle is heavy

are urged to attend year came to U minion pounds, dry. The dressing clings to the

this meeting on Tuesday night, up a fraction from 1162. Menhaden kaves. It slides off wet leave I. hereby NOTICENotice given that la Buy only the

QUALITY I l flMlOpOLflR t t I:30 at Sugarland Auditorium.. rd other non-food flab Into the bottom of the bowL accordance with Chapter Board tll7
fertilizers Florida Laws of 1I4S, th.
used for oils and -
Dr. Joe Onenigo, of the Everglades of Supervisors of Dlitoa Island cattle want
Experiment Station totaled M l million pound down Dralnas. District baa caused you
IRICE to b. pr.par.d a budget of th.
Belle Glade will be the) speaker 17 per cent Instant' foods Debt Service nqulr.m.nt. and
I.I I. for the first night and will "Shrimp amounted to 39 million co.t of maintaining and operating
all .( the work and. Impror.- *
sUllsn UTE lAU PA lIlT rotxr i SEMI touch on the symptoms of the24D pounds, up T per cent and melts of th. District for the .
cuss ,
WIn
on vegetable and the other type of shell fish. 31 million are cheaper too period beginning: : 'i'tr'll. .
.
114 and ending October ,
AIIPII.-ty': forsstcklaf value of the chemical to sugarcane pounds up 11 per cent and that Mid budget I. on fll. -Sales Every Monday at 1:00 P.M.

DrIll 'alet"" ... -Ir. tild\- growers. "Florida traditionally rank la the office of the Secretaryof
ClOd IIldll'., .. ud hili. If15pthaup.p You can saw' money u well the District and the .am. may
The second meeting will b.* Hth among tint 90 elates In the be eianln.4
.l time by using many convenience at the office of the
= PiaslugssatftlI along !the same line by another amount cf fish brought In and foodi.Mr Secretary
Inbr1 than The Board of Bup.rrl.ori of *
I' I. udgassshoe competent: speaker and the thirdsession third In value of the catch. at *. Gladys Kendall, marketing Dl.ton I.land Drainage" District .

I ::h, will be a field trip giving : trlct on Mar 5 l* 4 at 11:M
proper vetting and procedures and program conducted by the Extension Service, says o'clockn. the moralng.; EJaatern

for use of the chemical. State' Board of Conservation arer' that In a cost comparison study of Standard hearing Time objection, for the and purpose complaint GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN.

of convenience food with the with respect to laid

!J. I slNSn ESE ffiIT swn nHI WIn kitchen lime food researchers cooked In found:your that own budget BOARD DI8TON, OF ISLAND SUPERVISORS DRAINAGE PIt... WY t-ms Ben Glide, IUI

wVeppcaboe? CoN Owner Must Sell 42 convenience Items were less a DISTRICT W. Knecht. President

fume.. -proofpre. for expensive. They: discovered: that CN 434-April I, IS, llil

IIc/IaII/ .. Caod It.,.. lie were more expensive thanhomeprepared

......111....... ..... 3 bedroom 2 bath home foods. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OT
I ...Goof U HENDRY COUNTY FLORIDA
ICIIIIOIIIf kid "OIICllOII :you ere i typical hopper, IN CHANCFRT Na C-J63D
nolnontsallsa. : you buy enough of the money. HARD! LUMBER RBADT- ATTENTION !

1250 sq. ft. with 800 more in 2-car garage savers to keep your food costs MIX IMC( eta Plaintiff,

lower than it you purchased Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers
INTERNATIONALS
k famished ALUMATRON
f' > ___ and workshop. Partly fresh product entirely and pre INC.. eta, et a.. ,
pared then yourself Defendant<< LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
with kitchen. Take NOTICE! OF MASTERS SALE
complete chicken: chow: meln.
r h h I I Notlc. I. hereby given that
Four serving of the frozen the undersigned a. Special. Ma.- WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING

.. three tots variety. cost 85 cent*. If you err under and by virtue of the

.' buy it canned It Is 66 cents. To Final Decree of Foreclosure.
h.r.tofor.
entered In that certain
& Law
TOWN beautifully built and immaculate make it from scratch would cost cause pending In the Circuit Cost Farm Mortfige<
Court for Hendry County Florida fEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
$1.02.Fresh .
you being hCh Cur No. Hit, Win Furnlih Cash TaKetlnance
HARE
Terms can be arranged. orange juice preparedat In LUMBER &, ,
READY-MIX. INC. etc. li plaintiff S debt i

Paint & Hardware much home as coati Juice about prepared twice from a* NATIONAL., and. ALUMATRON INC.. etc. .t INTER.al, are C Finance farm lmpr.Temeas, sew lItd1d1 P, ,*

frozen concentrate. defendants I. .. Special. Maeter this wind michlnea and Install IrricattM.Asabt .
J. E. BEARDSLEY In Chancery appointed b" the e la teak
The biggest bargain Court In say decree, under and purchase .f a (aria. pen tr <
Sugarland Hwy. Phone YU 31141DON'T amongan by virtue of th. term. thereof e Purchase mere land.S .
BIOEKB the convenience! food studied will offer for sole and sell at Preside ..terp l.
EGCrrnED: REAL ESTATE capital funds far the lana
Instant publle outcry to the highest and
e wa cotfee. Out of
every ONLY
Mal bidder. for cash at the A LAND BANK LOAN
E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501 (100 .pent for food, U gone for northern front door ef the Court HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
instant coffee. The came number House of Hendry County, In the
i fQUGrt Gil SUNSET city of I Betl., Florida, on the 1. lAYer payment.
Arriiuct of serving from regular Itb day of May, 1IC4 at ..I..no.cl..k I. Lancer terms ( U II ).
If PimiURGH PUT! GLASS COMPANY coffee 'would cost tt.96. In the forenoon of mid I. up yean exrlmMbaloes
day, the same being I legal Dependable senttee (sewing afrlenlture
If reasonable value was put Ml*, day and the ara during lilt.

on the bomemtker' time, many the legal.described) "hour. of property Mia the iltu-following d. Fall prepannent privileges without penaltr. .

6P.M. other convenience' foods would ate In H.ndry County, Florldal I. Lean serrlee ,tor lees people familiar wI fc 'la al *Poltnre. >
1 to have. a lower cost than fresh or Lot I* ant the U..t On.- .
Half of Lot It Block Mi, of
OPEN HOUSE ; homemade, Mne Kendall pointed the Revised General Plan of If we can be ef service U See please write er ,bM
Sun.Ar.12 out. Clewl.ton Florida, according W. B. MAY Asst. Mt-
to Plat Book: s, part. tl-7fc MIT. er DOYLE: E, ABBOTT.


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UNCLE DAN FROM DEVIL'S GARDENDEAR Thursday, April 8, 1964 Section One I
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MISTER EDITOR: Taylor and this feller Burton meat The whole thing was so ed III ;pedestrian: has the right cf

I was. reading" a Cauy4 i < Items! and that caBs fer a neap of dis confusing that theo fellers Just way, and Bug was of the opinion
in the papers his week tint cussing. decided lox fid: this!: filer deserved that both was safe If they didn't 1
ought to bo pasted on President Johnson's r.rst off, Mrs. Burton allowed that
: desk. He baa allowed
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When the tellers at.the country
-- FOR RENT Quiet alrcondl- 1961 4-door hardtop Chevy Inv at how h, was going to a. :'aw Mr. Burton was the Clem WeUtler was of the! OP'A-' store git to discussing winv .
CLASSIFIED RATES Four tioned and heated sleeping cut spending to the bone and kindest man in the world fer I
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actual miles. Extra -
pale 28,000 Jon that Liz\ was a good exampleof men, Mister. Editor, things can I
cents per word per Insertion 70( room with kitchen privileges If clean For sale. by owner. here to a chant for him to cut allowing her to git her divorce how the wlmmen\ folks Will go In any d1.4I tilIo. Bake Grubb
cents Minimum desired. YU 2-3121. tfe bone and aD.Right on the grounds of him being extreme
charge four Insertions
; YU 2-5643. Apr 3Op getting to be more of a problem claimed we needed a new taw
for the price of three FOR RENT-Available April 15. now they was remodeling cruel. Ed DoolIttle said. ever day At his booze, fer agin a woman having a bl lr-<5omore'n
FOR SALE-Used House Trail, Old Ironsides at the Boston nobody but a Solomon could figure
Three room furnished Instant Clem said it was automatlcaller one foot high. lie said
PHONE YUkon 1-1201 apartmenL er. 1963,10'rd3'. $300) cash and Naval Shipyard at coot tout one out.
lee u a
See at 408 E Ventura. his old lady to have he might compermlse fer IS
Persons) whose names appear Apr$c take up payments. YU 2-J421. of $700,000. ThU la the fourth Then Ui\ that changes husbands the last word, but what was Inches and that was his celling
"aee la the classified ads too tint In 100 yean this old tub to match her wardrobe, fitting him down was them But it was. general agreed theyain't
mar Kick up toe puses to W. J. Cato Elsie: Ayles has been rebuilt. according to has been married in four different thousand words afore she got nothing in the Constitution
( this item In the papers, and the brands of religious faiths hairdos One of
them
the Dixie Crystal Theatre FOR RENT OR SALE-2 down to the last one. agin space
bedroom
eampUmenU ef the News GLADES MERCANTILE!: COM taxpayer hat DOW got more and ain't found one yet that has the fellers recollected New York:
m fr mmmi -' and Theatre. Passes must be Aluminum trailer Sleeps S. With PANY authorized Singer Sew than M million invested In a stuck. In the meantime, her and Bug Hookum allowed. how passed a law agin the tatto .
du- Cabana and screen lag Machine dealer's hip that didn't COlt but $65,000 the law said husband was the
SALE OR RENT-New called fee before Wednes agent will Burton has been living together a business but the big court held "
toTttree bedr : Obispo St. beWeen day. XX, Clewiston News, Box 1236. area every: Saturday, 1797.This calling a "courtship" arrange- noted where the courts has rul (Continued on Page Eight: ;
Clewiston.
p-;. eora aDd PadfIc Stl. tic Phone WY 15659, Belli Glade: piece said the Job was 'eyY

eoU< Call tlc a bid while the Bethlehem
13S1, Lake Park. Fla. 215 Acre Cleared per north unfurnished See Mrs. Sloan, 433$35 YOUR, CLASSIFIED AD here Steel Company bad to close
will be read by hundreds. down HJ shipyard next door on
- E. Trinidad
540 Acres Adjoining City son. or call H. p John ticJI What have you to sell? Or what account of not gifting enough No need Y

Adjacent to aewtiton.\ For sub-dividing. do you wish to buy? Try one for' business to pay its taxes to help
Geared. Suitable for Frank Denmead Realtor results. Phone YU 3-1201. the Government shipyard compete

sub uvlding YU 2-3421 agin'em.
Fronting U.S. M FOR SALE-One portable Welder fora 1

frank Denmead a.allol'yU Gasoline 150 AMP and one The second item was a report -
2-3421 portable Steam Cleaner In very: from Washington that the '

good condition. Can YU H238. Atomic Energy folks: has spent crystal ball .
.
SEAL ESTATE I \ Apr23c, $2.6 million to dig a hole fer ,
testing! near Hattiesburg, Misilssippl
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home or invest WHILE THEY LAST pacae"of
UORTHSIDE and has now found the to find
ment property, priced consld- li&JA \ one dozen S"x5" scratch hole ain't Suitable. for what
Drably under market pads for only 25c. Place a
they had In mind. I reckon they
KORTHSIDE bedroom frame cols m :! MISfc scratch pad In every room of will spend another $2.6 million the best
Immaculate. >
furnished. the house for convenience Thai (
covering up the hole. It makes
JJOR'TOSIDE' bedroom frame, Clewiston News. tf
the taxpayer wonder it them
19.000. BUYING COINS Jefferson folks actual knows atom froma
a central
FOR SALE Parakeets $2.00 A
ACREAGE as available. REAt tstATE fOR' REHf Nickels (Ea.) 1950-D, $10.00; up Mynah birds, African lovebirds bole !In the ground.They .
:2
2-BEDROOM.
S ACRES. NEW 193-D, $2.50; 1935. $1.00; monkeys, caivi, ,applies. ain't no quicker way
bath frame borne Hardwood FOR RENT!: Furnished cabins 1938-D; 1939-S, 5019513,1955; Pet boarding. Thomprtn Wild Mister Editor, our' Guverament conditioning

floors. and trailers. Johnson Fishing P. 2Sc; 1943-D; 1949-S; 1950-P, Animal Farm Phone VUkon J1236. can lit back the confidence of
325 FHA HOMES In Broward Camp. YU 2-1181. Uo 15c; 1946-S! ; 1948-S; 1954?, lOc. tic the American people than to
Palm Beach and Dade' coun- Roosevelt Dimes (lEal) 1955-P; knock a few heads together and for the small home
tiM various sizes and prices. FOR RENT-Trailers and Trait 1955-D; 195VS. SOc. Franklin REGISTERL!) CITRUS TREES throw these folks out of a Job. ,

Small cash) payment er spaces Royal Palm Trailer Halves (Ea) 1955-P, $1.75; 1W9- FOR SALE-Acady. to '0. J. Per Instant, 1 see by the papers 1
FOR RENT Efficiencies and Park. Phone YU 22603. tfe P1; 194 -D; 1949-S, 65c. Proof M. Tomllnaon. Ova Fla. Phone I where !the\ Navy is still holdingout
houses as available.: sets and other coins also want RE 3-2788. tfo for black dress shoes when J
Over 1,000 vacant lots to select FOR RENT-New 100sCl' house ed. No nicked scratched or all the other services Is using "brqont. "
trailer with two bedrooms ALL MAKES TV
from for all purposes. Various mutilated coins. wanted. Ship insured U" USED brown shoes. The General Accounting -
and alrconditton.. By week or
SETS. $19.95doe
Guerajt'KV
pricti. Terms.INVESTMENT. mall to: Joe Anderson, Office reports that this ,
month. YU 2-3421. tlc LAKE
AND INCOME: 3103 Bon Air Drive, Orlando, !s,114.04 per mouth. is costing: the taxpayers $138-
APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7111.: tfo
PROPERTY. Jimmy Harris Florida. (See me April IS at 000 extra ever year. The piece
1360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Re- 322 Bond St. YU 2-3871)). lip FOR SALE-O9900 NEW went on to say toe taut: In the'! A unit designed'and d : I
cent CBS construction: $23.000. FOR RENT Three bedroom duplex. ,"WALNUT SPINET PIANO, 88 Pentagon has bean debt-ting new super-compact priced
toNG TERM, low interest. Central heating and air S. C. Fry N'.'TE COMPLETE WITH this matter for tut last six I

firm, cane, grove and ranch conditioning. can after too: pjn. SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom BENCH:. HEATER. 10 YEAR year. If they can stJe) tt In another for the small home. 11,
mortgages, minimum $50,000. 618 W. Sagamore.] Available made. Complete line of FACTORY WARRANTY AND six it won't "rat the taxpayers specifically 1
May L ltp but anottor. $948,000. >1i. \ .
LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. drapery: and slip cover fabrics. EA3 TERMS. PH. IM< M. LANKFORD FOR RENT-One bedroom furnished Free estimates. Can YU 2-5831. LEGOLT JONIE MUSIC CO.. And by that time Old Ironsides I
lea leal Estate Broker Apartment $7500 per Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand 325 W.AVE. A. BELLE: GLADE. will probably be needing another It.'I

530 East Suf arland Highway month, One to two persons only. Upholstery tic FLA. AprtOo rebuilt s Job. I
in the '
Another item <\ papers
and General
Fire, Auto Insurance YU 2-3421. tic RADIO TV SERVICE. Carlth- last week that caught my eye Dehumidifies Filters .

dcwliton, Fls. Ph. YU 2-2181 FOR RENT-one bedroom efficiency ers Radio & TV Sales with was the one about the u. 8. Cools :
apartment: utilities service, NlckeU Building 108 Embassy London distributing

furnished. Couple only. Phone Bond Street Clewiston, Fla. 11,000 pamphlets explaining to 'j; '.'
of Improved tic Phone YU 24441. YOUR PHIL the British people how us Amer. '
425 Acres Highly YU 3-6881.
pasture. Over H mile DEALER. tic 1IHELP' leans pick President. I short air for whole house comfort on hottest muggiest /r \
rooting( on U.S. 27. rive ROOMS FOR RENT- Can YU would like to git bold of one of ; i
miles from Clewiston 2-6881. tic IF ITS UNIFORMS see us first them pamphlets end Improve ,
Frank Denmead Keillor Nurses Beauticians, Waitress, my ignorance in this matter. \ .
YU 2-3421 FOR RENT dean modern Maid. Doctor's and Barber's And I see where the U. s. days. Bryant is best buy. ... : I
rooms with kitchen, liaises jackets. The only uniform shop Department of Commerce is your ,
phone and TV privileges.! Call for miles. around. LINNIE'S MOTES making a survey on the cost of '" I'
INCOME Unfinished! 3 bedroom YU 2-C191. AprZ3c UNIFORM SHOP 1635 Hendry WOMEN I being born end the cost of gut 1
(1,500 equity best way Ian JanlUo burled. It 'will be safe to '
get (it 432 W. El Paso. FOR RENT-2 and 3 room furnished 'Street, Fort Myers. WAITRESS WANTED-Gladel ting will i .1 -. j I' I
2- perdlct that these matters Let tell all about it. .
apartment. Phone us ,
Write Mabel J. Whitney 1175 N. :BLUM & SONS PLASTERING Restaurant See Tony. Toulls. show a neat profit at both ends you
W.T/ !h St., Mian la: Fla. Apr23c 1271. ttc< Very Best Work- tic It has come to the place, Mister ."

We Saw You Money Editor, where all I can hopeto
T. a Jones Jr.
3-Bedroom Frame House. Plastering, Simulated Stone EARN $20 per day or more In do Is keep up with yester 'j,
DEMAND GREATER THAN Has Just been remodeled.Has Stucco-Free Estimate permanent route work. Will day. I've enjoyed a heap of
EVER for houses, acreage, plenty of shade in yard Licensed and Insured train man or woman If Inexperi prosperity In the last 20 yearbut CO.'j
dullnesses. We have customers Already financed Move in 25 Yeses In Business enced. Write Mr HEATH, Box I've had to mall most of it GLADES GAS
with small down payment.
2760. Memphis 2. Term. lip
walUn,. List your property with Frank Denmead leaner 3850 Lora Street to Washington.

u. J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU YU 13421Directory Fort Myers, Fla. tfe WANTED-Energetic, responsible Yours truly,
37501. tIc ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 Uncle Dan.
adults to Introduce\ : to housewife

the product she needs. Full Dan McCarthy
or part-time work. Apply to DEAR MISTER EDITOR:
ABC, Box 1236, dewtaton, Fla. The fellers at the country store '
BusinessWALDRON'S I Apr30p Saturday night was. discussing
tail romance affair atwtxt Lfe\ ,

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GAS Glades Roofing Co. Ifyou'reready to buy car. j,
HEATS AND GROCERIESOpen AH Types ef Beef and .
AppliancesSalesService Sheet Metal Work ,
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Six lei T Days a.m.to 8 a to p.m.Week 1 p.m. POWER GASCORPORATION miscellaneous! for I SaleFOR New Phone Repair Construction 2.7111 Jobs or Test the one that's Nol in so many ways '?:


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(CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) SALE 1984 Marlette
P. o. Box imCLEWISTON
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For Your Spur of Moment Trailer, 10'x53'. Two bed FLA.
Picnics CALL COLLECT rooms. Like new. Phone during
row Miles East of dewiston South Bay WY 8-5 21 office hours. YU 2-7301.: AprlSc

Bart Beach FOR SALE-Psyroll: envelopes, I
1TENDET COUNTTTitle printed with form for social

Attention Cattlemen & Abstract Co. security, withholding and other Business Lots75'x100'

Title Ab.&raete-'I'IUe' Insurance deductions. Box of 500. Clewiston
l?. .U the time ** .
to consolidate Pablle Stenographer News office.
ear debts. with Duplicating to 20' Alley .,
a long tern rhotocopyutff -
hta. I lelD, low Interest rates. Bridge 8U and Tart Are.LaBene FOR SALE Packard sedan, across from ParkinsonDadeMonroe L_ 1w'
wtth Fla. P. O. Box M' beautiful condition new battery

OR"'r' J.S2.1 new' generator. Ready to
Federal
Land Bank drive. Immaculate interior. ,

Priced to sees See at "Chuck- Realty I ;.\
See or WriteW. EVINRUDESales Wells Motor Co. tf rtet .)
t. 309 W. Sngarland Hwy
MAY
FOR SALE 24" round grill with YU 3-2941 "
M saceWaleasaBoShcm g and ServiceNew motorized spit New coed till WUX'S fUT1IID out

tioo. YU 23643. lIp 1 Rambler America11440. :.': .
and Used. Motors ,', : America's snappiest lowest-priced convertible.flhcoMfort ';r if;! Ii t
Marla. Hardware
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HATHCOCKSAfNT Farts and Accessories REAL ESTATESpecial i i.r'i. .. fltoeoiatnictfcMiIfi flhlowprlM :;:;;

=: w. Marine Safety Kquhna*** so easy to find out..txxn seal' Rambler's stronger,loss&<<-fade afl- .sebw. ... '
rheae TCkon !Phu VetoesrsANK Rambler offers more different seating welded Advanced Unit Construction Is r
0 au nON : DENMEAD options than ant other car-plus costly free from body-bolt squeals and rank $4167 .. .'

-- Ree.ALLev(0010 R. E. WALDRON 8 BeaKorIII ofl-sprlnj seat cushions staoda/d which! pique many ordinary can. sw o.ontle '

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ATS. as_. MMnM bed a sea aelMee
E. El Fase 1111 of,'cue I 'ICOIOIIIJ 1111 U5uud88tos$ ra_.e w aww sa.a+ awl new 5... u :
Williams Electric Efficient W UUl transmit- (ebeeIt....,.,..................--
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For prompt Chnrlstoe.. Fla. Rambler American has won nor offl- Rambler American offers ..-""" ....-; .......... : "
let.... Home delivery dally entered economy srents than any alons including Twin-Suck Floor Shift Vieusw == .. .. 1
1'Jeetri .. CeatraAueeaa OF THE MIAMI HERALD Net 350.00 per Week. otbercompactYou lowest prices.low: with overdrive and Flash-OMa11Of5D7 MMtawe,6egt1. r I
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maintenance costs. Savin U.S. oil automatJo transmission.
... .. jest
-- ...... ..JIll Call Bobby Giddens Going established local business with an excellent profit .
'*'*V
YU t-isu picture. JlbtodnflCaadhakeIhtxtrarilMfeitiTtJ '.1' The 8 tf., !
making ll money, the day you sQ the other extra-value, nocootIbomau.
This business win start Rambler American out-turns, outparLs Plus
Double! A"I take overAll .Stops safe*with Doubto-SaTeW features, Rambler fives you DeepDieBrakes
Tampa Tribune fixtures and supplies plus an adjoining/ : two se works.ne; if one at ruatproo cop to the coo(', tfeas-dtfy GO RAMBLER
equlJ iirU damaged,!the otter !Jill Csnmic-Armorod onifBer. _
Roofing aid apartment with two bedrooms. t

()( Total price.
$8,500.00
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Died Ft Myers :r ;

Vni Bonded News Press Frank Rag Denmead Broker. BEMBRY RAMBLER MOTORS E


8ao fet lID AD O'Dea Home Delivery YD Mill 321 E. Si'garknd Highway Clewiston, Florida
:::-r ID4 PamtIaI CAMPBELL' 'to Deal wttt a Realtor
Phone. YU 3-U31 w.o.Pbooe3-27 l -/i Pay Watch the Danny !Kay Show on CBS-TV,Wednesday evenlnpCMSIFJED l

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Is on the move, declared the ducts a*

rf Eight THE CLEWISTOTl' NEWS dewtiton, Ha. approximately $300 damage. to Raisin Little Paris for Trick cr 'Tr afrra ITwtda: cn.bain .)\ spoke of the be candidate. "A new era of growth rowth- Thee area! kk d .
Thursday April II, 1964 Section: One the car. fishing on Lake Okeecao- anu development, has opened prosperous; 'we rh
The boys admitted having but admitted his favoriteflrtbt up. In addition !to sugar cane, going Up eVerywhere let __boa
done similar acts previously on beer!I is I*earn fishing with- a the Increased plantings of citrus flne-looking lllaia a dvt.
Underwriters oEEerhospitalization Royal Palm Avenue and elsewhere led worms. and the new chip mill provldinf good inventories Itreet iii
poll
I Sugar Industry In the arm.Report cane Clew ,tIOn and Hendry county a steady outlet tat forest pro- J want to be a pad IIIIbt of all.-..

plan x ..
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joins tributeto Persons 65 year old and over, madeof
are invited to meet with a representative .
I for hospitalization + eY
HollandThirty insurance at the Clewiston Dimes MarchThe
\ t Chamber of Commerce Building
tI I members of Florlda'i Saturday, April 11 between the March of Dimes brought
I sugar industry will attend the hours of 1:00: and 6:00 p.m. in $1,08681 la Hendry county
"Thank You" luncheon for Senator The Insurance plan is open for Chairmen John Corbin and Sill yO
Speasard L. Holland In a limited time and persons may Holmes reported this week. This
Orlando on Friday, April 17th. apply, regardless of past health Is the gross sum collected from One StopService
ill II T. Vaughn, Sr., president of record all sources in the county.
U. S. Sugar Corporation, ClewU- This it a Community Service Expenses of the drive, (postage -
ton, has been elected at spokesman Project made possible by the etc) amounted to $103.83.
for the sugar men. Everglades Ute Underwriters The Hendry county chapter of

The luncheon which is Dutch Association. the National. Foundation receives 1Ld
treat and strictly non-political, $368.63, which remainsin :
will honor Florida's senior senator Three in the county for local needs. Caiforsls 1151115 ddvlroq Dosid Photo
charged -
The balance- 614.35-Is sent to
for his many contributionsto Sweet California raisins in little packs are a favorite.ttetrtn?
National Foundation for
agriculture during his long car-lawn the research Halloweeners la every neighborhood Each M-omc
tenure of public ervic*. Sena. capers and other expenses) contains the perfect amount for a quick energy snack *"
tor Holland has served in the Police Officer S. M. PrIcechared Each year .the retiring president easy for children to handle, too. Buy them singly cr la bundles
+ Mate senate, as Governor of and of the Lions Club assumes of six at grocery stores everywhere. ,
three
Florida and three terms in the young men 'the duty of heading the March These festive raisin cup cakes, made with cake mix. also set
two with assortment
Juveniles an of Dimes drive. The Club volunteered the Halloween mood Dark seedless California raisins are ar-
U. S. Senate. of charges as the resultof the raisin chocolate
to provide a chairman ranged In the shapes of prowling cats atop
Tickets for the luncheon have destruction of private and cakes Orange icing contrasts with the dark cake and raisin dec
each and hU this
been distributed to each of the public property, namely driving; method year naming the upon chairman. orations to carry the traditional color schema cf th day.

agriculture croup Interested on on lawns and parkways, spinning The success of the fund drives BLACK CAT RAISE CUP CARES
basis of membership and the and sliding their car Mon
a Itap dark seedless raisins Orange Icing
Indicates that this method is a
800 seats available are reserved day nightAccording I package devils food Batatas for decorating top ..*
good one, In this Instance
for those directly concernedwith to Price, Charles I kaI mix '* Printing of all kinds- '-'
agriculture. The committee ,- Platt, who Is presently on probation Chop raisins coarsely Prepare cake tatter according to s" .
has been unable to honor has been charged( with City docket I package directions for cup cakes; fold in raisins. Spoon dlrecta.I into. rp
paper baking cups set in muffin cups. Bake as package
ell the for tickets but
each field requests of agriculture has driving with .restricted driver'slleense Among the cases disposed of When cool, frost with Orange Icing. Make cat shapes wittt Letterpress printing in any size or quantity. We can
opportunity careless driving and Wednesday, April 1 by .Acting I[whole raisins on each cup cake.
to be represented in causing an accident, contributing City Judge Carlos Dickey were: ORANGE IONQ: Beat together K cup butter, 1 tablespoon also handle register forms, continuous forms for
the group' to the delinquency of minor 3 2 tablespoons
a Barbara B. Young, disorderly gated orange peel, cups sifted powdered sugar
The "Thank You" committee and destruction of public conduct, $33, Barbara B. Young half and half and few drops orange food coloring. machines. If it's printed do it for
billing we can
and private property Doug you
says the luncheon "b a long ; public drunk $25; Katherine V.
overdue expression of grati Smith has been charged( with, Shows, careless driving, $10 or
tude"; it has been under discussion contributing to the delinquencyof 2 days; Everett E. Rider, disorderly quickly and economically.
I since; last fall, and the a minor and accessory to conduct $50); Rowley! R. Matthews'named old lady ain't never changed
event has been delayed because the crime as was Earl Frank.. Conant, public drunk, $25; the furniture around in the par-
of Senator Holland's legislative lin. The two Juveniles have appeared Clarence Brooks, Jr., speeding lor. If he's telling the truth I'd
commitments.: before' Counselor J. W. $10, Leydet L. Richard, running fund chairmanJim have to say he got hlsself a gem '* EngravingWe -
Senator Holland win make the Wright. and disposition Is pending. red light. $10, Ida Car- of pure gold.Personal( .

major address of the day. men Crawford, careless driving, Matthews, sales representative Mr. Euitor, the
The officer said the $10 2 Preston McGee handle wedding announcements\ invitations
arresting or days; of the Florida Culvert only thing I know fer' certain I ,
1958 Ford In which the boy was found not guilty of careless Manufacturing Co., ha been first
about a gal is that the
were riding had passed through driving whirls resulted In an ppuutted Hendry County Finance thing she notices about a feller personal or business ca'ftls j or any other type of en
the lawn of and Mrs. James accident James DWI, .
Sugarland Pharmacy Mr. ; Haley, chairman of the Dickin'wm Is whether be notices her ''J
E. Brandon with the lights out $200 or 60 days, license revoked; for Governor campaign by Yours truly graved stationery ,
and sped on north on Circle Billy B. Bailey, disorderly conduct : R. F. Raidle of Vest Palm Uncle Dan.
PIZZAYU Drive 'with the lights\ out. Platt 125'tit 10 days; Johnny Beach.: Mr R.ldIe" chairman .....
reportedly missed the curve attriangle F, Langdale. speeding $1250; of the State .'DIclt... lor Gov I. ; ,
2 311 intersection of Circle Anita Sue Fairish, careless drive ernor" Firm Committee. 4-laning SR 80 :
and Magnolia and struck a tree ing', $20 or S days, and Woodrow Matthews, a resident of Clew. Rubber Stamps- F ; .i ;,
in the park area, resulting In. Parker, public drunk, $25 IliaD for over three years, Is : "
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aper ooal friend of Dickinsonand 5 service kind of-rubber
-day given on any. stamp.
consider 1an honor to Florida sugar Sugar is the -... ,
e represent his committee In this only commodity that man has \mt: be
county.!' always consumed all that has Signature stamps take a'I little J longer \ can se

w ONE WEEK ONLY-- The new chairman is working been produced. I will continue cured ,';"'*.: ",'1'J' \'"
yP with other Hendry county "Dick to be the sugar industry's friend .
J .19' Motorola Portable TV 11" Admiral PortableA inson for Governor" supportersIn and hope it will steadily grow

real bargain at $129.95 only $99.95 w formulating plans for an active and Increase 1W payrolls aa we
campaign In the county produce and ship our qu."
Rebuilt Frigidaire Washer During his residency Clewia Dickinson said be feels! completely '* Advertising-
Yr
23" RCA Lowboy Console ton, Matthews has contributed: at home In Clewiston.
Good .. .
as new $75 greatly to athletic programs He Is a staunch conservationist I
;
A Steal only $149.9:>
RCA Console Stereo '1/ with his active support and is has been, Interested in preserving offered to you through the Clewiston News. If your
very well known in the arcs. our natural resources, in
21" Reconditioned Motorola 6 speakers with AM-FM '1/ He is presently residing at &18 promo n, outdoor recreation in business requires reaching the mass u'.arket:'' this is

Like new $79.50 Stereo Radio $199-95 East Trinidad Avenue. Florida and In conserving the
water supply which is an Important your headquarters for a single advertisement or a

: Redish Electric Co. 1: Band Associationmeets Tuesday problem in most of continuous campaign.


116 South Bond Phone YU 2-1601
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evening at 8 o'clock lathe ft Direct Mail ServiceThe -

band room. Mrs. Dan McCarthy (".;,;, .

president, urges all .,....
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are to
pIaJI!Dr to prospective take the National teachers Teacher .- demonstrate fields in to which teach. he may be assigned VOLUME 17 NUMBER 15 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL II, 1116t Reborn Postage Guaranteed Sac 345.3 P.IL -Sublmptloa $4.00 yeas t

ExamlnatJonS at Fort Myers Florida .
Citrusare
AU'candidate.. .
,to will receive
H1 fin School,on May ',': i
Senior submit their completed applications oriental. tickets are .to of bring admission with them which they; Bar-b-que Saturday night I : '
for these .tests to MissST'i to the Schlitz $500,000 fishing derby f'f f'
,
Of. test. The teat will be given in !,
Florida \f
Roush taa't claim
Marjorie ? any of 1U the high. school


See MYers.examinations Ore Senior aa yy to later reach ApplicatlOJll Nigh must than the be Guidance April forward-for, the 15. taro Dr.major Florida H.to citrus S.Its professor Wolfe soils fruits,, University according as of being horticul native of to- on inations the didates May test for 9 will at and'the report:CO wiU Common a Cafeteria..m.begin at The 8:30 Exam taking Com.a Can-.m. provides valuableVesearch dataThe Mixed Calcutta tourney\:'\ I


Got
advised. mon Examinations will be concluded value of the/ SchliU Florida Most species demonstrated
His Roush Our popular: fruits such as at Approximately< 12:30: 1500,000 Fishing. Derby In that few of them travel more
Auplicatlons! for the examinations oranges, te-. erlnes and kum. p.m. Candidates for Optional research is told In a Tfrpaga than 20_miles In a season, and slated
and Bulletins of Inform qua** originated in China and Examinations will report againat booklet Tagging of Fishes In most wander less than 10 miles. Sunday morningt. :
atom describing regrtetration projgdures lived (there and in Japan for the examination center at Florida by Robert Topp of the Once fish reefs or artificial obstructions
and containing representative many centuries before coming: 1:30: p,in. and will begin the Fish Marine Laboratory; at St with some protection
test questions may beobtained to the Sunshine State. Dr. Wolfe tests at 1:45 'Petersburg It i* the fifth of from The
: pm. Those taking a predatory enemies, they public la invited to attend wte Intervals, in the following 14 Jim Brandon, Tommy
from the Guidance Of- says that key limes were native only one Optional Examination series of professional treatises are apt to remain there a lifetime a baroque Saturday night order: Weathers and Ruth
!Ice. Fort Myer Senior Sigh\ to India and were planted in should complete this test at tasutd by the board, directed: by Ingle said This confirmsthe which proceeds the annual Mixed 1-Earl Morrison, Bob Mc- IS-Warren Howell,McCarthy Mike Herring

School. the West Indies by the Spanish about 3:15: p.m., and those tak Randolph Hodges. value of man-made reefs Calcutta Tournament Sunday Daniel and Margaret Smith. and Louise W1e enfeld. i
At the oneway testing session before 1500. The Persian or Tahiti ing two Optional Examinations nt concrete rubble and old alP April 12. Charlie Wiesenfeld, Frank 16-Glenn Liberian, Bonnie.
"Probably the finding
a candidate may take the Common lime was bred in California. should finish their tests at approximately \ of the report Is principal that Florida tomobLe tires.The Chicken or ribs, with the Zemonlk and ben Ltncbarger. Durrance and Mary McDaniels. I
Examinations which Include However, the grapefruit. has ,trimmings, will be 3 Frank ,
available at Mottley George
4:45 p.m., accord- fish like Florida pl'flllu-love greatest frustration of the 17-Ronald Hare, Bob Hare I
tests In Professional In. never existed In the wild but the bbq at the Club House at LIneberger and Evelyn Vaughn and Elgin Shore. ,
ng to the time schedule for their homes, and uvy) there, study was failure of many fish
General Culture Eng- grew spontaneously with other 7:00 for donations 4-Joe Jean
tonation. said Robert : of $2.00 for Bundy Roland 18Iloloubek, Nigel Miller
Ingle, bled of the ermen to pinpoint locations It
list Expression, and Nonverbal citrus fruits under cultivationin these examinations which has saltwater ( adults and $100 for children, and La Verne Redlsh. and Polly McLendon. 1
fish reteftr//a division. their catches. This Information
reasoning In addition, each the West Indies a couple of 'been set up by; Education TestIng "Fish have a tremendous homing .Is necessary; to the uuccfiia of according to Dick Baker Country 5-Bill Baker, Jimmy and 19-Joe Hendry, Ivan Shore J
candidate may take one or two hundred :yeans ago. Service. tendency." the program. Club vice president Eloise!: Harris. and Naomi Stockman. I
Teams will begin teeing off -Dick Baker, Tony Toulls
at 10:3D u.m. Sunday at 7 mio- and Mary Weathers
7-Eddie Crosby, Ernie Cor. Summer closing
nette and Frances Morgan.
Holland' deluged -Jack Redlsh. Dot Vettori
,and Margie Hendry. dates announcedSummer
9 Mike Vettori,, Harry

with! (/tud/(! wishes i gun Vaughn, Jr., and Katherine Ho- Clewiston merchants closing have dates been for

10-Tubby Owens, Ed McCon- reported to the State Chamberof
Florida Democratic members ..
ville and Frances Nail. Commerce by Richard
of Cvngresa: and Senate leaders
Phelps, chairman of the nei>
joined Miami this week In endorsing 11 Jack Martinez, Corky chants committee.
the candidacy of Senior 'Blair and Pat Baker. "
)!
June 1st through\ August Slat,
United States Senator Spessard 12-Bob Berner, Mi.lt 4
Ruby
which ts the cwt: L. Holland for re-election tyre 1 and Addle McGehee. w '
on jiertod, was set U( 'the reports 'i
May 3.The. 13-LeRoy Hare, Bob McCol- the time (or Wednesday afternoon '
ley and Ruth MotUey.CORRECTION. clotlntV\ ;in dewlston. .'
Phelps) ifikl), the merchants

Gould Brothers Paint Store ;: period customarily, and that close a during few stores this :t.

In last week's news account maintain an all day Wednesday ';
of Joanne Crawford's Injury, it! cloning also A
was stated "Attending a barbecue
at ,the home of Mr.. and Republicans plan '
Mrs W. J. Cato, Jotrxu> with, ':
311V Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston other girls in the gnxav, decided forum in Miami

to try riding the houi one Republican State Chairman ,
of the guests had ,'' Y'
broug' Tom Fairfield Brown, has announced I
Mrs. Cato has CinecVd;: this a Party-to-People Lat I
statement The hone eves, not in-American Affairs Forum to v1 I
brought to the party by any of be held in Miami on April 15. .4. '
the guests. Two youths happened This is one of six national forums ;
Specials for Thursday Friday and Saturday ,to ride pad on horses ,to be hell across tine Os-' '
while the barbecue'was In progress tion to\ enable Individual Americans !
and some of the guests, to participate in the draftIng -

10 % off on ALL BLP PRODUCTSInterior including horses. Joanne, rode the platform of the for 1904.Republican Party


Senator 'was bombardedwith b
telegrams of good wishes

Exterior Vinyl Mobile Fume Proof Mildew past during week his in kickoff the Dupont rally Plaza this '

Hotel, his Miami headquarters I
Resistant The South Florida kickoff
was covered by a 16-atation
South Florida radio network. NOWJ'AVAILABLE

LATEX PAINT HOUSE PAINT Congratulatory messages in-
cluded those of Mike Mansfield,
Senate Majority leader: "Pleas I
ed to extend my beat personal
Now $4.98 Gal. wishes to all ;your friends In attendance
And, of course, this :
$2 98 gal. goes without saying, always my
Reg. $6.36 Gal. best wishes to you and Mary;"
Senator Tom Dodd (N. J.), Senator I
Eugene McCarthy (Minn)}
Senator Edmund Muskle (Maine)
and Senator Warren G. Magnu- In '
Clewiston. .
Many Other In-Store Specials eon The(Wash Florida) Congressional .. ..

messages came from all Demo.
cratlc members of the House. h; I
h
'who are supporting the Senator. : l
Our Visitors '
Free Gladoli to Rep. Bob Bikes (Dean of the :
Florida delegation); Dante B.
Fascell ((4th District) Don Fuqua -
((9th District)I Billy Matthews Think of It / .j :
((8th District); Paul O.
Rogers ((9th District); Syd Hero .\g [
long ((5th District); Chart E. '".
Bennett ((2nd District)] and Congressman \ .z


Inquire A about our Free Home ;.,t_>::: wishes District The Senior by),; telephone Claude conveyed Senator Pepper his told best((3rd the; DUNLOP 1 ;


thousands of persons on Us net ; I
.t\' ._"' \"" '_ work hookup hat he wu '
." "proud" of the solid support of IiJll :NYLON
ServiceLicensed
.
Decorating #,. ". the Florida delegation and expressions : ,
of good wishes by the
H't'; : ... leadership of the United State
>
: "i Senate.' '/ TIRES ;

+ +, .: + + r+ Hendry has three ,-

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Paint Contractors with new corporationsSecretary $995701J J I I

of State
Adams has announced the char Tom ...... list. JIve tat end m.p.obl.. Of
taring of .three corporations in ;
Hendry county recently.: They Quality plus Economy ]j
35 experience are:
over years Xenwsy Corp., &Star Hate '
Box 475, LaBelle.Real state and At :
construction.! Kenneth J. Curtis .} I I
+ + + + + + W. Curtis.Isabella B. Curtis, Robert ', I I

Hendry County Title and Abstract .
Co., Bridge Street La- FORD'SShell
Belle. Abstract and title business.
Lorlnda S. Davis, Elsie K.
Gould Brothers: Paint Store Stilwell, Edward O. Tracey.
Time Saver Food Store at Pa.
inch... Inc. P. O. Box 215.Ctowiston Service '
dealing In grocery
business. James) B. Kelly Biff t4
311& Ph. YU 3-211! Clewiston Stone Gap. Va.. Jame. E.
Sugarland Hwy. White, dewiaton, Edward jr.BUemore Sugarland Hwy. CI wiston I d
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Okeechobw, Lillian ,
B. Hooks, OewUtoa
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rage Pa i5ro Eight VI (7.L n.m? .m-: Oewlston, Ha. cle: on isle, and S, price. of professional, fun-time In- Forest award lCt\Irrt injury d 55 TIle tint tide.
rlvlty Beflu
Thursday, April 8. 18114 SedkmTwo Royal said hi!* firm attempt tractor. d ,IIlonI t't
to gain local dominance their Subject range from management abut 8U; a.ra TbsklruCOt,
particular market; to offer and merchandising courte goes to MiltonFlorida' Carrying! a tank ot ads
cost, low-price small discount merchandise which 1* fashion- for dealer and their department a tank of aceylcpe 0'\1\11\ : t
Royal tells club house may be in the making at orientated at every price level managers to salesmanship forester have *elected live gallon. con t gm Itl!1
the prevent time. and to present It to the customer and apeclallzed: worfcsalp for the Milton Press Gazette Betho1 recegn-: III 4i t
u-.
Most businesses offer services through personnel who are staff member In addition. tile> .* this jrear'i winner of their be. heard 1he ..
of retail change in addition Jo merchandise friendly courteous and! willing school of automotive. business annual press award. oh pulled! Ute truck.7'J? *
services such a* babysitting.or to serve their need: administration conduct; training The award It presented annually V off the wad. cut I a4
Charles Royal, of Royals, Inc, other convenience during Jthir'' guests at the meetingwere program for elected Ford to a Florida weedy newt- Dillon> and UrW 011: tat ..
owners and operator of several shopping help attract wwntn B-lly: Bats, Glades County Motor Cavpany personnel. paper publishing a fMture article the scene A lecond a"/I,,,

retail stores in the Glades area, buyer Royal was emphatic In Agent, and Larry Royal of daises ,Utilize, trw, irtort effective editorial or !>"<#i story followed very quickly e
talked. on change In merchandising pointing out that most of the Bell Glade brother of the JIII.naeebt fcietJods pertaining! to for JIt conservation. f'
when be spoke to Rotari- buying in the nation la done by Cab article it .. A pudalj rnot..rIat '
: tpuilter. currently/ bel ,', wd by out- AWARDING WINNING DISCUSES at a recent joint Tie wlnnlnf *elected alum, saw It
IDa at their luncheon meeting women. They reprwent the market starring aiitomAtle dealerships Meelinr Included, left U right. Gary Roth, most weird; by five judges on tile rind the LBeGs
Pack buck
Monday Royal wa introducedby the store try to attract. Mr. TirocK. MM. Group parties aDd Bryant M ncel. funniest; .U basis of timeliness: accuracy: was brought tome _az.f f
JIIIiHlt original Jq
; the
Keen
R. C. Wilson, and the program Cacti tnlcIL
was arranged by Dr. L. C The small! ,.,WkT.U rot necessarily Phelps completes paean in simulated selling. ormanllitel'lJent member of )Mr. EoniJ ..,th'* Des ODe This menfli' pre'gram reader appeal' And importance was alo.al
rn cteI..y out said cJfaaitlon J.a a to ftxrertry. John 1..4 Jew,
I expected w plut
Scout
Is growth wad VMI alb *
VanjSian. M
Royal Those who keep up with prfana'7 fart ft each eoune. PHOTO. Florida P r I* s AtaociaUon,
Royal limited his talk to three the times can continue to be Atlanta course The Atlanta Marketing Institute aDd ere for some tape irf Yllet.Lio1l.-sTAFF served as one of the Judge. FAIR

general type of stores, department successful In business. A recent annually enroll more than The announcement of the- seleotlon PLAY ;
.j
stores, such as Burdine'sand survey conducted U a large metropolitan Richard V. Phelps, managerof 2.500 sale specialists of Ford recordat was made In letter to
Jordan Marsh, discount Gulfstream Scouts set A. Leonard. president J J"Kynes'
area to determine why Hendry County Motor Inc., Motor company product: from a Thomas
tores, and chain variety stores. women close a particular tore dewlaton has been certified a* ten-state area.Veterans. and editor of the Milton paper
He said discount stores started In which to trade found out they a graduate of the used vehicle by Dr. IC. R. Swinford, chairman
first In abandoned factories rated these factors la this or- merchandising course at Ford Fisheating Creek CamporeeThere of the Florida Chapter.
where overhead costs were low der: 1. personnel and type of Motor Company' Atlanta Marketing may te:) Southeastern Section, Society of
and by offering low-prices the service; 2. 'wide variety of artt- Institute were 32 Clewiston Boy the weekend, a* dozens of fire American Forester and professor
stores attracted trade from Certification of course completion "short changedMelvin Scout and ]leaders among them gleamed through the darknessof of forestry 'with the University
low-income persons However, was announced by I. C. 're than 800 who attended a the evening of Florida' Agricultural
currently discount house are T. Dixon, director of 800 who attended a and Experiment Stations and the
Sugarland Pharmacy Brock, director of the Ford In- more han Scoutmaster A. H King
bigger, have moved Into glamorous stitute. the department of Veteran affair at Flsheating Creek last weekend Assistant Scoutmaster Ronnie School of Forertry.
and with bright for the of Florid a
quarters state ,
It was an experience long Lee accompanied these Scouts The award will be presentedto
lights and a bazaar-like atmosphere PIZZAYU The course Is one of several announced today that the House
to be remembered by Scouts from their! troop: Clegg Hook, Leonard during the J'lorldaSociety'
are attracting persons In available at the Institute for Veteran Affair Committee of
Cam-
that the
who requested Hall,
Ronnie Hooks Skipper annual spring meeting
the $10-115000 annual income Sealers: their personnel and the U. S. Congress, under the
be-
held the Creek
2.3311 poree be at Ellis Clark, Tommy Ballard, at the Castaway Beach Mo-
bracket. He believes that a Ford Motor Company employe chairmanship of Olin E.Teague,
cause they had heard its praises Chip Fuller, Lennie Sutton, kI: Daytona Beach, Kay 7S.Uom.rd .
trend toward the genuine low- Classes are conducted l I by a staff Democratic Congressman
sung so often The Glades district Hayward Rich, George Veate, and his wife will attend
", I', Scouts have enjoyed It for Danny Nelson, Barnle Bryan M guest of the forester
"" ', years and Scouts from Vero Greg Phillips, Kenny Branaan outstanding
.. Beach south to Boynton Beach Jimmy Brandon, Danny ?clutter of fair play h one of )fhe
k joined them to make this the : It;thud AK-edlth. Billie Kelly truck Most' Important attribute
best attended Camporee In the Williford, Ronnie( J Yanklir) :, John his new office call for
history of the council. Weathers/ El Franklin, Keith
Mack Gaskins end Paul Lowe, Carter. and! Jim Walton. This burns ORLANDO SENTINElPaid
Comet sales have of the Scout Executive taU troop l Mt biibre r the result of on highway
headed the list of Scout who the competitive judging were i
accompanied the boy Fish innauaceil rood will receive A 19C1\ Chevrolet pickup\ : truck

troop was in charge of its cun tiielr rating by :nail from the owned by Kelly Tractor Co,
Scoutmaster or Moister, .cout-( Council oleos Inter. Clewlston, was completely de-
master, and the ctmplit project Scoutmaster Loya Barton driving along the highway
activities organized on a 13) mile east of LaBellt on
were ;
wa assisted by A. '1\\'. Strick
basis, wlMi Wednesday, April 1st
platoon a platoon
land (who substituted lor Assistant
leader in charge of each. Trooper Dave Tomlinson reports
Scoutmaster Curtis Fry);
A service project of the that the fire followed two
the Scout in this troop on the poi adv paid
IJlore[ than doubled Camporee was policing the area, trip were Rudy Barton, David explosions. and E. B Bethea, for by Kynes camp fund!,
and Scouts swarmed over! the und Jimmy McCarthy, JinmyRedlsh ; driver of the truck escaped Ronnie Spencer, Chairman
land gathering tin cans and
Jimmy Carlthcr. David .
debris which were piled into Angel Caesar Martinez Kenny .
one garbage heap, thus leaving
Strickland, Edwin Cam >en,
the campsite in better condition Adel Sotolongo and Bill Baird. "The Sweetest Sugar Ever Sold"CARL
., than it wa found.
This troop won an Award of
I r.up The campfire ceremony was Merit and Honor fog their performance
the most impressive event of and proJecta.Turnpike .

O -f, : ::

J
cash
t\ "
Texas, 1 II quite concerned about
a study made by. the Veterans
I Administration which points out sets new records
: that there are hundreds of tfaaui.

'. ands of Veteran and widow These new records were set
O : : who are receiving payment under by the Florida State Turnpike
-"aiM the Veteran Administration ( Authority March:
I old non-service connected Day (Friday, March 27)), $52.
pension law who may be entitled 473.
:' to increased benefit under Week: March 25-31 309664. QO'

? Public Law 86-211, the new Month: March, 1,168.1102..
bun-service connected: pension Quarter: January-March, In-
in : : law, but have not elected to re- clualve, 13,099.144.
just a .
1

year : ':' j: Teague'ceive extensive it Therefore committee Investigation Dixon conductedan said this, J


J past year to learn the reason

f",t'.,1 for this
\ Various reason were found

l obvious

fear and misunderstanding of
: the law In a number of cases,
-- No wonder Comet sales are soarings-setting"new HORNSBYCandidate
.
this found
was to be due to adverse -
records every dayl! This car's a winner and everybody rumor and remarks they

loves a winner It's the World's Durability Chain-' had heard about the law at some

' .' pion ... winner of the Pure Oil Veteran gathering, and specific -
;' Achievement Award f, 64's Mostl) cases were found where the for
'" veteran or widow had been Ill-
Honored Car for and
styling designj advised:

j *' }*. holder of a traditional record for Dixon said the Veteran* Ad- Superintendentof

..' .', high resale value bigger, bolder .ministration states that a* of
more beautiful than any Comet before!> this! date, a* per a recently completed -

1 r Getter join the winner's circle-today!} study latest of the Income Veterans'queaocarina ..0.1WJdowa' -

: !sra.Onbfu.. s,.w. f., reports show that of Public
moat still! receiving benefit
: 1 I I? under the old law about 6.S25v

", ,>l veterans and widow In Florida!
might be entitled to increased InstructionBELIEVES

7 Get a "success" deal on'64's hottest carr! benefit law by 86-211.electing Actual under benefitsof public TJ

$1,544,196 are being lost by
----.q these potential eligible Florida
I veteran and widow
IN
Dixon lay It le recognizedthat
COUNTY MOTORS INC
HENDRY It would not be to the advantage .
,? of aU of these cases to 1. Positive Professional
Sugarland Highway t Clewuton, Fla. change to the new law, but Leadership
Dixon urge bat all veteran
and widow drawing benefit

under the old VA pension law 2. Careful planning & definite
aeek advice from their veteran goals

.- Complete Line Of county service officer, or by
writing to Dlxoa direct Dixon

aid he I* concerned about 3. Quality education for all youth
Building Material these several thousand low income *
veteran and widows listed
i In the report who are entitled 4. A constant
+
lti appraisal & of curriculumS
k ; t, to greater payment but for updating
uA tome reason have hesitated to
add to their economy by the additional -

For Large or Small FIsting. law payment under the tx- Well qualified teachers with successful expert

Dixon said that he would welcome ]- '.. ,-
-1 I'1 Concrete Jobs, Our Radio inquiries Irons all veteran ence -

and widow on this subject at
1 :.4, : .. Controlled Trucks Will P. 0. Box 143T, St Pete-jburg.

:. Deliver Youri Needs Quick ..'.4. s 6. Good salaries{ high morale, cooperative friendly


1 : ly and Eff ci eoily. .; Did You Know? relationships among school personnel.

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ship number* 58, tome with
fairly targe.acreage. According representativelearns Clewiston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three

THE Witi to Ed Burke of Cisr coat, tota. | BANltNOIES . . by Makolm f Thursday, April 9, 1964 Suction Two l

r 'tI. urer, theta are pros,0: additional FCD facts .
t growers In the Central

for Florida area who are eligible I I I I for Pakistan use .

\ DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER He membership.estimate: tome 80,000 John J. Propel, Jr., a mean Harlem ]"yeWS II\"\

t: peach trees have been planted, ber of the V. S. Government" ,
FLORIDA to date In eountie which sue Agency for International Development

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTU fered material loss in citrus (AID) In Pakistan, News ,of Our Colored Community
groves from the latest heavy toured the /works of the Flood i

\freeze. Included are Mama, M Control District last week on MRS JANII !O. GAJJlDHA Colored 1 New Editor J
Gilchrlst, Lake, Volusia, Polk I 'aM advice of the Army Corp of !
.
tilnte's fta0NeieotD'esFpRgnoauM
J secretary of Intnrnal
Q.'I at2clrs
PresIdeot ( -
I'hona YU
Rt&ctIoII b" ami Orange ccuntle ]Engineers in Washington. PrqJetis 37631Mrs '
'I
to to the effect that
farm message a new 1 in the U. S. for the specific
recent were about lnHelkg, ",''a.1atIoa. bnjrlementd Reside Mr. Burke, officer! of better Cue"el'ftletlt Notes I I
s enera1l1' late feat, year, lot gaining ac sr4 Alien Jumper, Welndale, Dlua I purpose learning Tbe Dnstric/ : Conference: of the.' II
methods for the
developing now
ed rant ceptance. It require I ned weight president. aM Ben McLuca, eahwscewusueoaur Nheee.'rounvrr food lit Eptsooffli: DUtrtrt. of the ;; "
',.re, tt ep'e cauceyMUaamAaeoaaeaaretnweroceroameaueewLuoamwnageone wastelands of Pakistan Into
Otala, vice I I.
J biutll7 t7p (I il piicluito" t to be prominently president Roger e e AAlcan: Methodist. Church! was j
tjIII(! tile produce bI8 requaet for ilfpiaj'vd ort' *a label. Parker, Marian county assist- AHDawLamaue.cNW6Nce PQtamnwwaeNraernsnaeFOra producing George Waldron areas. of dewlston, t< i held In Moore Haven, Fa, on, I I
'If with wit agricultural aiienC la eec g April 1 mod 2 at the Bethel
A.'f
P oJht/d) / Ittl.rIle
ob e1'YW.sIL'Jt care' art de-
sIatlog. fJOll\t Mwa 9 cP a wsat Aaoue ttw accompanied him on the tour '
lID thilllr hi may ,vim. to a rii iirj;* certain! recuidrcd retary. W sec, sew r .to assist hlrn with becoming: fa- M. E. Church Rev. D. A. Anderson
h Poach totereiUd anrtANec. < pastor and boat Tha,
growwj
lAforanstlnn inJoitJne
tot 4a"swe o such a* j.nlilir with operation methods,
II-aII; opporhhilib the new nwociatioa W1CI N RpdNIMAy New taN4'wJRoi my Rlgut Reverend W. F. Ball k
work under d acre' (shins'/ ; 'atumiflMtv:: )ktUrinj, on a uo *..WeAN6CU8 eto.\ Pvkiriton facer aortie of the
110 t pyre, with" moce toil baclgL wad, poor rior: contrast reoriented to contact Sir. Burke, WITH AeaueLpN,natlNa'nMIKMa3ap( | 'M/ne/ |rr/Mum/ at South/ Floridain Sr. D. D., IJL.I, presiding I,
alb it they epprove or printing on tidoy cel Box 51J, Cermont 1WWU6HTW6 KHVtktioooo ;N'IFD lay 41 feat It depends o.; irrigation<< btairifRev./ J. JR. Hake, pre- ;: 0
suworts referendum. lophane. I noted In one of the food wise.alaAttdAtS; OR+r1. tar its ftitrlcuiarjl. Industry In sating( ",](fer. There were three f
I a I Intel. session held a
B a* good Also prohibited are such terms trade publications recently reports which 80 per cent of tu people 1 .fling each
ee. Twill vote new pro. as "jumbo half quart" to designate l on three Mem with out- are employed. The country bal day and all the delegate/ were "
t coegr cotton end a pint and "Ail half of-the-ondinary features: PteTUK..SAlMON pCNASa I ; little rainfall except during the spiritually inspired.
wheat. '
; .INCOUI'S i
f ascnarA.o
.w TRfA'Alft'f District Motto Grace
NOT for ml*. Ex- pound" to rtelsgnat 8 ounce An electronic device which I APPSMSON.eU.e.44aooClbDeans. monsoon season of July-Septem -"My"
ar-but Is Sufficient( fr'Thee. )
JJ approval of the The Pennsylvania regulation emits high frequency sound vi PetwoasTlaNA1pNAL CURRENCX ACT ber 'when approximately 100
also WHIa4 GAV111Hi U.S. Rev. L. Holmes, Mr Lucite
waves to rid a building of rats.It II.UNIFORM CURRENCt inches fall r :
year.
is based s' every
on a model packaging ANI) Hape>
uestl for rem s MAKS THE PUALSWTI AND I Wilson, and Mrs. Della Tobias
tndlnf regulation developed by the Na- also 1 II claimed to effect bats J HATONAC(ANKINS WTEM) POSSlBUt.THB Propst said a farmer with
Mules of 'excess" land, and tional Conference on Weight\ and pigeons! but not humans. x Nr: vat SIGNED IY LINOOI.H IN 1 eusrustr three acres of land is a big land were among the guest from
> ONIHUNDf) cP aARSA60. Cl >wUton.
<
[rested distribution of food in and Measure "Gourmet foods" for the pampered owner in Pakistan. Under AIDit -

,pepped up school lunch prom Incidentally, New Jersey has pet in this ease cats. Included 1 is first necessary for a group
continuation d .hJp- are tuna chowder, chicken of farmers form a co-op with Helen E. DrumMeld Obituary
and a new iruit-and-wgetable labeling
.broad in the food-for- law which require that- part with liver, and straight abled veterans of World VM II a minimum of 50 acres Then Memoriam Funeral services for the late

Ico all program. 75 per cent of a produce item chicken parts. Vets Info ServiceBy and the Korean conflict trained Propst. and his organization. We miss you now, Our heart held Mrs. Melinda E.March Nimmons 31 were
Tuesday. 1964.
L column be- A floor during the\ year In Florida u* b'i'JJlin, a portable diesel pump are sort
doubtful : must be visible when packag mat to prevent pllfertnf -
tie at the Mt Mortah M. B.
contra ( from Frank E.:: Veltre dec the vocational rehabilitation ief t unit and teach the farmer A* time goo by, we miss you 4pm
I j, that are highly ed. Also, it roust be sold by fI carp register. I Church Plant City, Fla' Rev.
i now to dig irrigation ditches;
std! .re the President' re- numerical count: or bunch and Place on !the floor-] : in front of County Service Officer act to overcome/ the handJciipr.! / more
T. L. Jenkins
The deceased
they hire Pakistanis to operate Your smile \pastor
ww legislation toLcooperatlve. the size, weight and must tine setter.: the machine/ of their disabilities receiving loving your gentle
type apexates
vr
I 'Sh; The Veterans AdmInI.tr.tlon' VM stations.Maintenance face was the mother of Mrs.
$302.331: in subsistence l tuition pump
,
a big boost be clearly] printed on the label. normally so long as the
Weaver who is
the wife
broad tovM cashier Annual Report of Us activities supplies, and equipment pay- being a big problem No one can fill. Your vacant Lucylle ,
stands on It she
K a it.
) J t authorize The visibility; requirement reminded for the fiscal your 1963 of Shelby Weaver Sr., of Clew-
ments. ( in Pakistan was interested place.
Proptt
a lyd0n! chain and their leaves, bullUn switch, \
5 food a
of me I bad seen one new operates ending June 3D, 1963, shows that Elizabeth William Iston. Friends of Qewiiton
Mrs.
1 the donushe .cono- to lock the cash drawer.Sugarland In addition, an average of in the machine shop at ,
( nn on item reporting egg packaged benefits were still being Pit In 1423 Florida veterans still AID pumping station S-52 at Mr. Ransom Joe shared their sympathy with the

in a special tray with a celloopMnt -- Florida to four of Ute nation' were In training under the reg- Tventy Mile Bend, which turns and family family in their loss. Mrs. Lottie I

;may shoppers In L'auMld-: overwrap. remaining 25 living veteran of hat World War II end Korean oil! many of ;the part needed William accompanied Mrs. Annie

I ttores are going 1* find (.viy! of our greatest Agricultuul Pharmacy the Indian Wars and to 1.434 CI Bills, receiving $3.340,993: In t" keep the giant pump In oper- ciitmai' NEWS Mae Belvln and children to
r air to make trice com- CIrJ,iniiatioM, charteredlast living veterans of the Spanish- cash allowances.The at if. Plant City for the funeral. A.
between package at American War. Mi. Calvary Baptist Charlow Funeral Home was in
soil '
November! to the Florida PIZZAYU 4111 and of
sons daughter
Rev. L M. Kitchens, Pastor
foods. These represent the only living charge of arrangements.Obituary .
peach Grower Association veterans who died as a resultof Friday! night of this week, the
veteran in Florida of Cinpter: organizesfor
recent report In Supermaric- Inc.,._ -With hc.-tidquartisrs, at 2.3311 service in tiara Armed Forces church will render service at
News quote the Keystone Ocala> PraKiulJj'0! '* it* 'menWtt'I ) America's early wars wh> were enrolled In Florida voting issues the! church in South Bay with ;
.' 1 The Annual Report of the VA,
Final rites for the late Hen-
I ; "nceoMs" and colleges under the
j now on sale at the Government The National Federation of Rev Coffee and his member dI.1'1O Rhode were conducted
War Crfhadj Education program BuuieM ha The past t Sunday night our missionary -
{ e Printing Office, Washington Independent or. ,
Sunday afternoon at 3 lit
D. C further hows that veterans wan another increase In ganlx: < in Heivclry, .county, J. P. Rev. White brought the pjn
: ? Friendship Baptist Church with
i1DB tine seventh year of tM program McGntil district slid, message Among our fAit of I
) and, or, ttielr families In manager the Rev. O. D. Williams officiating : I
A total of S9C9,372 was .
Florida received a total of and George O Jepson has term (town guests wr, RIi4. r Archie The deceased had resided I
1. : 1248.300,048 in cash 'benefit end paid In allowance to these appointed chairman 'If th>) Jlrt Ba;tI... Church, of I
If in dewtston over a long period
a
knew knew. youths. Generally called "or- 'I
you .really L.far ile
,. seniors during the year. pliaas" even though one potent Businessmen will J I receive of time and was employed by
In Florida, compensation fcr may be cUl alive, thaws cht- monthly ballots on national 'Issue Friday night April IT, the the U. S. S. Corp. ,', i

ail i the benefits of this service connected' disabilities. dreg must be between 18 and 23 affecting Independeiit, *nUrprUe choir will sponsor "Evel'1'body'lBirthday" Order of service: Processional
,r and pension for total and permanent ; these 'will !be ILlil, < of \ for
be
:years age to eligible ; election, choir; Scripture;
nonservlM connected: vocational counseling to guide Mr. Jepson who tabulate center Everybody to Invited Invocation; selection, choir; Asa
them eel> mulls. the result and There will be a small donation :
beverage you'd never go a disabilities were paid to 112.338 them in pursuing a course of Friend, Deacon Wash '
living veteran In the amount: college education vocational the ballots to the state senator of f 1 for adult and SOc Un; As a Neighbor, Mrs.MeNul.'I
of 108.187.6SO.. and congressman fiw .;the district. for children.-Mr*. Emma Dlx- I
courses leading to a future Jones: As a Christian,
day without it Ask for it 10
on, Reporter ;
Death compensation and pea field of employment. Ben Brown; selection, choir: ; ""
don were paid to the dependents The remainder of the cash The federation 1 II i,,non-profit resolution. Mrs. Mattie Hilton; 0" .

by name. of 38,413 deceased veterans benefits, service and other expenditure organization with tt//' reported CARD OF THANKS acknowledgements, Mr*. Emma "t.O. ".
In the amount of 133,923,841. In Florida during the largest Individual membership ,We wish to express our sincere Griswell: solo, Mr*. Thelma ':.- I ,
GI Insurance payment to ftecal year totaled $73,494,106. of any buslscut oiy/nlzatlon In thanks and deep appreciation Ziegler; tribute, Fraternal Organizations !,
beneficiaries of deceased policyholders These cash: benefit and cervices the U. S.Teenagers. to the business and professional ; obituary, Mrs V. i

It's called.milk disabled policyholder included ho pltallza Uon, citizens of Harlem for L. Whltfleld; eulogy, Rev. O. I
having total disability Income loan guarantee and direct home do rjve their their cooperation In our effort D. William; viewing of remains -
O DAIlY COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA .SCSI' provision rider on their policies loan programs, specially equip. problems. Say entree: writer to bring cheer and happiness to ; recessional; flower at "
a matured endowment payments peel automobile* for certain disabled Bill :Floyd, "Yesterday I saw a the Mosley family at Easier tendant. Lily Whites; active "
and dividend payments to veterans, wheel chair thirteen-year-old girl's makeup time. John C. :Mosley 229 Alabama pallbearer, brotherhood; honorary ;. ,'
policyholders totaled $28,079,* home for the seriously disabled melt. after her wig caught fire Ave., i Ia seriously ill, hal pallbearers, Deacon ", I
1>>. administrative cost and while she was lighting a cigar a wife and three small children board; interment, Booker T. 0

A yearly average of 134 dis miscellaneous benefit. ette. age 2, I, and 1 month. Was ingim Memorial Ceme't .

The following made< contribution key. Reddlck Funeral Home in

Mysteryis ,- .- ,- ..-.....- .... *: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis charge of arrangement
Reddick $5.; Mr. Orville Lewis!

WERE OFFERING YOU. IS; Mr. and Mr*. Will Wal'sce. Fenooal Mention
12; Mr. and Mrs Will Crosby, Mr. and Mr. Earnest Thompson

now 12; Mrs. Geneva H. Gantous, ,. Lakeland, Fla, Mr and r
MORE CHRYSLER fl; Mr. and Mr. Burnell liarrls Mr. Frank Hughes Plant City, .
II: Mr. Helen Pierce Fla., and Mr. Herman (Little- a

going on (Moore Haven), tl; Mr.. Fad Jr.) Parker, of the Jr. Parker .:, I
Allen, Jr., tl: Mr. J. T. White Band Houston, Texas were I
Si; Mr. Walter Holmes, $1; Mb guest of Mrs. Julia Sole, the CI t
LlzzI Green, tl; Mr. Ellis past Sunday. .

Green, tl; Mr. Mollle Downing -
FREE tl: Elder T. Crsnville. tl:
CHARMSto Mr*. Annie Mae Belvln, tl.SO; Harlem Club I
Mr. Tom Waiter (Moore Haven)
SOc; Mack's Grocery, tl; Mr,: Your Favorite Mixed DrinkCocktail

Lou Ell Brown. t2; Mr, Clem
CHARM CLUB members only B. Perry tit Mr*. Julia Sale! Fried Chicken Recorded Music Sandwiches I

$1; Mr. Henry Lee Scott, tl: Popular Bands

Mr*. J. S. Cajadha, tl; Mr. Ira Mr. and M .. Will WaKaea
Anyone Come in Get card Watson tl Mr.
can join your ; Eddie Mae Proprietors .
Coleman, tl; Mr. and Mrs. I.
Emanuel Ziegler tlSOj: Mr. t I
Ben Harris, 811; Mr. Claudle t

N Mae Adam, tl; Mr. and MM. Hilton's Grocery ;

INTERNATIONAL NAME FINECHINA Thurston Hilton. II; Mr. and Groceries Fresh Meat \
FAMOUS Mr*. George Tobias. t3; Mr*. Vegetable '

FOR LESS MONEY [ Mildred Dixon, II. Total Ml.00. Cold Drinks Essential Item :t

May God continue to blots We Appreciate Your .! V.
STAINLESS ,
each and all of you.Respectfully. PatronageMr.

and Mr. Thames mtoa I
Mr. Dennis Reddlck and Mr. Proprietor

42 PC. 57 + THAN EVER BEFORENOW Harlem Orville Lewis Men', Civic CommIttee Club.'


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9.95 PIECE SET 3995SET ''We. the family of the late Mr. BEAUTY NOOKFor

Henderson Rhode,' wish to express That New Look '
IS THE TIME TO SEE US ABOUT OUR
FROMFamous our sincere thanks>> and 'Tinting Strung Cutting
BEAUTIFUL, EASY-TO-OWN NEWPORT deep appreciation to our many Ne Appointments.
friends for their kindness during Friday and Satsrday
.I Finest Chrysler quality ever. 0 More beautiful than ever. the Illness and passing of our I Mrs. Jalla Bale, Freprlrtor

.I Backed by the first 5.YearEngineered better than loved one. W. are grateful In-
deed to the doctors and the ..t.ffof
50,000-Mile Warranty" any car In Its class.' Hendry General
Hospital, '
brand ; Rev. O. D. William, the fraternal Breeze Inn Sundry [i'


for card organization and flower,, and friend all Nice Neat WANTED Girl to do plain l I t..

noun pnoTccnoN WITH CHRTJUR-S i-YiA./50ooo-iiu WARRANTY Chrpi CorpcnfiM/ vvne .ice I(hat was done to ease our bur cooking -"; ;' .
( !Y10FFsTERLING I MM.KM ails. whkswnr cons W.ifm*tfsteh I.*SMtsrlsIs. snd torlunimhlpimlwiUrtplacsirraHrslsClvrxMMirsCs I 'den.! May Cod continue to bles Per Information : i V
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"" point In the United States Is New Research Laboratory tine Unlricuitural

Four THE axwISTON NEWS CJew1Iton, F1a. only 90 miles from Cuba. A Stnwteny> lUll>! VegetableLftbwwUny < p-....."_I'Iort4a..&&J
'Thursday, April II, 19S. Section Two The :
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.m << Liar Fli/i! \ Cry; was mob lIoilllrtt COuIItJ
USS PASSUMPSIC (FHTNC) dedicated Mwcfa 3 bowl the eci
vf) part of the lab lilt
American! Library Association Henry D. Lewis fireman, =w'' ItssuiYatatrttti0k.'' 81M. ". : h 1961. I
Too !late;: to classify recommends 13.50. USN and Jackie R. Lewis, fireman r----- -">* .'
Physical facilities of a library USW son of Mr. and
By RUSSELL KAY should fit the program of Mrs W. L. Lewis of 303 Alveroez -
library service. A library Is not Avenue are helping celebrate Machine
Sewing
Tils column Isn't concerned just a building It Is a service the 22nd nnlversnry of Center
with "This Was the Week That to the whole community. the the PadflJ Service Force aboard
W..." It has to do with a "week new location
student, the researcher, the average the fleet oiler UPS Passumpslc
i) be" National Library Week, citizen whether his interest Beach
b operating out of Long US AVENUE A,, BELLE GLADE
April 1218. is popular fiction or educational s tt California. 1Ft
While I don't go In for"weeks" and scientific subjects. Sewing Machines and
ISO> the Thin'ls
Formed in March '
a I rule, this one I While Florida has a population Sales '
of and
Force utilizes over 100 chips Service
can approve for I am sold on libraries of nearly five million only
20 different type.: In 1I11S'PlJoJDIfot'
and their Importance to about half of that number have We are la CJewI ton every
!!, fuel ainmunJUoa talwge/ WednetdaT
us in creating a better world. library service available! Irma In; Cull' int} Write Uti; Free ard
and tow'log pickup
and repair
assistance and
U
Florida well and dt'.htlJ
might stop
Every thoughtful dtlene.:: servicea to unit of Uw
count its change as far as libraries ,
j. ognizes the Importance of libraries. --
1e \ are concerned for poll. Every high school and Science Facilities! '! Pacific. Fleet '---'
12 \ f I'J A tical and public apathy have college student, every one con- 1 p.
-
J {f served to place us Ins very poor cerned with any problem that TAMA-A new $US million Physic' ? SuAUiic: : 1 III --
light compared with the rest calls for research knows the 0' I( nearing/ completion on the University oJ South
of the country We should be importance of a competent library Florida campus and will be ready for an expected VIGOROUS
ashamed to admit It, but the service, not only for our WOO! student enrolling this talL The building will PROGRESSIVE!
a fact Is there Is no library In metropolitan areas but also for provide facilities for physics astronomy, mathematics
the state that would be considered our small communities as well. and a temporary home for the new VST
adequate according; to the College of Engineering In the face of an anticipated
standard of the American Library Show me a communitywith '
20 cent enrollment Increase. A sectionof
per
a good library and I will
Association the building housing a Planetarium will be -ELECT-
show yon a community that
Public apathy Is our greatest .k going places. Believe It or opened In March. When Installation of projectionand
handicap. We need to awake to not but l Industries concerned sound equipment Is completed (left), Tampa
the Importance of the library to with finding a location area Bay residents and local school children will be
our community and arouse public much concerned with adequate I able to take a simulated ".pace trip" in the
support of a that !
program
Planetarium.
library facilities as : ,
will give our community. and its FRANKPOLHILL
; they are with school: climate
citizens the kind of library service
they are entitled to. and living conditions. member of "Friends for the Li the! Battle of the Bulge He
electedby
Most of us recognize the fact While our universities and brary" Association. Ask jour helped establish the military Irons
that libraries are worth while colleges, our high schools and local librarian about it Join government in Frankfurt Ger-
but we have not concerned some grade schools maintain libraries and do your part to give Florida many and remained there until
ourselves with how they are most of them are understaffed the library service it deserves. November, 1945.Ha state bankersDavid
built and maintained. We know and with insufficient served three terms as
that a small portion of our tax funds to do the Job they are Franklin succumbsto senator and Is well known B. Irons, executive vicepre.ldent
money goes to their support but supposed. to do. Our Parent throughout the southwest Florida First National Bank
we don't know how much and Teacher Associations have been area.:' Stuart, was elected president
seem unconcerned as to how our extending a helping hand to rectify long illness, Funeral services were held of the Florida Bankers Association -
state compares with the nation the situation but they can't James A. Franklin Kr,, Flirt 'IB the First Baptist Church at the\ 70th annual convention -
as far as library facilities are do it alone and until an aroused Myers attorney and former' State Fcrt Myers Tuesday and en- held in Miami Beach last Your REPRESENTATIVE
(public demands> that Floridabe week.
concerned.At Senator for the 24th Senatorial tc l ibment was In the Mausoleum
the present time Florida placed on an equal footing District Including Heirt/f county In the Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Irons is a native of Nashville
b spending 11.17 per with the rest of the nation we died in Fort Myuri Sunday Tenn., and has been associated
must continue to hang our headsIn
esplta en library service after a lingering Mine
while the national average shame and admit our deficiency. y Mf
Ie I '1s:. For really adequate He'graduated from the University Major. Clay W. Keith of the C f
h library service the If you want to help, femme of Florida law school In Florida. Highway Patrol has %f' ? ch,
1921 and was associated with been named chairman of the
the law firm of Knight and special committee on Driver's
Sensitive
Adair in Jacksonville before Vision Tests by the American Dedicated
moving. to Fort Myers In 1924. Association of Motor VehlzleAdministrators. ,y n k eto
He served in the U. S. Army The committeewill
during World War II and was revisit and update manual the /
: to the
commissioned a major end assigned on Dtriver'u' Vision Tests In eo -r -
to the Military Government operation with the American
Section after fighting\ In OptometrIc Association.
Needs '
R,* Continued 1
Y !
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of Progress

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the Stuart bank since 1941.
: He is a Methodist, a Kiwanlan,
THRIFTY I InternalRevenue a Mason and has held offices In People! County
all _l these organizations. lie ,
has also been active in such
civic work as Red Cross and fi IL fi
1:1 DRUG .. w ? Polio drives and was elected _
Outstanding Man of the Year

.._.,,:;....., "'-' 1f by Stuart Jaycees In 1950.
I He succeeds Tally Dunlap, In The
?_ Specials ji Miami, as. head of the state association.

Play it cool, boy I Perhaps you forgot your

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/"i# antenna . . . $22.95 of our services.BeardsleyNash. serving with Fighter Squadron
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The squadron utilizes the
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