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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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state Homemaker Ivey Thomas Hill! 28, of Clew Clewlston for
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EMHOYEES OF 11.& SUGAR COIL. goo. third row. W. A. Scott Bryant), Curtis Miss Suian Bra Phillips of aigttt! about 8:43 about two milessouth electrician for the U. 8. Sugar
for 11 Palatka Senior High School. U of Clewlston on old %7. Corpor.tIon.menl service
serrlee emblem yearsK Golden Floyd G.
Browning, Frank
oho reeeived< Robertsonand the 1W4 Betty Crocker Homemaker According to Trooper Dave were held in Jasper with: arrangements r
(Un multiple ol fire) service are Earl F. BraeeweU (Bryant). Corporation
more of Tomorrow for Florida Tomllnson, who Investigated the: being handled by: I
lboII' with \the corporation officiate at the officials In pack row are 8. L. Cachet: Wm. and will receive a $1.500 scholarship accident the 1951 Ford eedam Pattlaon Funeral Home :
7.ardi ceremony at the dance ending the II. Lanler. John B. Boy, C. A. Martinet. liarry from General Mills. Sec driven by Hill and owned by Survivors Include his widow /I''

Harrest Festal of the 1981-44 crop. Front T. Vaughn Otis A. Jones, Wm. C. Prewitt ond place winner Is Mary: Casey Exult of Clewlston veered Debris a ion Clifton (, and a

yew: Hulburt Han. Mrs. W. E. Cltaard. Mis. and Fred C. Slke*. Abe taking part ta the Jeanne Kann of Clearwater who rt across the centerllne and struck daughter Debbie 8. all of Jasper
Evelyn lee Mr. Doris. Francis and Otha presentation but not Ibo va above were C. W. receh-cs a $500 scholarship a 1900 Mack tractor- Ucr driven ; three brath ltII.! John H,

Forrester, second row Martin I. Oliver Knecht. E. C. Mill mil Kea Swayne. Entries from Brandon, Fern- by Robert Ha-whe Jr.. of of Jennings, James. J., of Clew
L E. CUnard\ J. E. Davidson W. E. David- -A\'ERILL PHOTO.US andlna Beach, Stranahan of Ft. Tampa. The truck: wn owtd labor and Edwin L.., of Valdosta -
v Lauderiaie, Landon of Jackson- by C. W. Mitchell :Meat Ox: of Ga.i. four sloes, Mrs. Mary:
villa Edgewater ,of Orlando, Tampa and wait carrying imported Perry of lUty; Mr. Anne
Pensacola Sebring and Vero South American' bed Payne cf UUjnn/ Va.; Mr. Ida
ROBERT HAWKC, Jr. narrowly escaped aerlem Injury and
React hlgtt schools were awarded enroute to Tampa\" floe piorcss- Pollock WcVjtta; and Mr.
s service honorable mention. death Friday night alter his traetor-traner rig was aide Betty Teele cf: CkoM ion.

Iii Sugar presents Mlrl i-hllllps will enter the wiped by Thomaa Hill ol Clewbion. Hill was killed Instantly ing.The accident WIt approximately Assisting Trovpor Tomllnson
national contest during' which la the accident about 1.7 mile east el Clewlston on old ITS 17.
.5 mil south of the new4lane with the ;:invocation were
the state winners 'will ba judged STAFF PHOTO. on "old US 17" rat; the Trooper Irwin Tydtngi,, Roy:
on personal observation and tar first curve. 7h_ point impact Motto of LaBulle Jack Bent of
le mblems 10 employeesPresentation tervlews during a tour of Colonial designated by Investigating officers Moore Haven, 14. John Conroy: I
Week
Willlanuburg, Washington Library brings invitation to wa approximately one ot Fort W-ii.! Sheriff Earl
(Nqw York and the World's1.M toot over Vie" centerline in Dytss, :Deputy Sheriff CalvinSwindle
.COI.. .... Hawk' l lane Both vehicles Deputy Sheriff G. D.
of service em- ; clips A Scott, 25 year, gold brouse books on library shelvesThe were completely demolished! Rogers and City Police Officer i

menu to United State Sugar III fblem\ with ruby and sapphire with the wimUtnaller turning; Sherrlll Price.Service .

Coloration) employee marked: ; Evelyn tee W. E. dlna"d. 1iJ Oewkton Public 1Jbr11'1.in librarian will be of all possible! over oa the ilghway, and scatterlng \ I
the annual harvest end festivities Floyd C. Browning Earl recognition\ of National XJ. help. large, hart of the. 40(
when President H. T. F.' Bracewell Hulbert R. Hall hairy Week, oxkTid. a special boxes of tact rvwr 30-40 yardsof department
Vaughn, assisted by fee: department and Curbs M Martinez 20yearn. Invitation to all local residence observance) the highway had blocking l the I

bends personally distnhited gold emblem with ruby. to visit the library and browse Key" ;*> understanding, tooiporturit7 traffic until nearly 3 ajn. The expanded at Chuck
emblems' : to the 15, 20, James E. Davidson, Kenneth through the shelve to become and to new worlds. tractor also turned over and ) ,
25, JO, 35 end 40 year em- Hansen. William E. Barton iJ acquainted with the book ot'erings. Them one approximately 6 000 landed upside down In the Wells Motor Co."Chuck" .
clpyees/ Five an:! 10-year( em- Curtis K. Golden, Doris Fran- volume in the dewlston Public roadside canal and the driver
item wore\ distributed la the els, Vents CUnard Frank Robertson Those 'who are DUe familiar Library., Those who have escaped with only bruise and Wells and Keith : d 1
wnnu departments; flisvioua ,, Burial T. Barttess and with this, library should make not vkted It recently will find a cut on hit forehead. King of "Chuck" Wells Motor .. .
the celebi,at-m.: W. E. Davidson, 15 year gold an opportunity very soon to the number and quality\ of books The Hill driven vehicle came Co. this week announce the formal

, At the Ilirv.( Festival 'Ball emblems.It visit it and look around at their In the library has Increased on to rest about 30 feet from the opening of,their new service
"u !SunrlanJ Auditorium, the wu noted that W. E. CUn- leisure and to ask: questions a par with the house in Clew. point of Impact on his side of department, which Includes over
'lowing( distribution were* ard receiving a 20 year emblem Iles Ilesr i about book in any field In iston. There are new "faces"on the highway, also blocking the 3,000 additional/ square feet.
I made (or announced la the caned and Mr*. W. E. CUnard, which they are Interested.: The the shelve, Just M there are highway The volume of our service
employee unavoidably eJntl > receiving a 15 year emblem new "faces" in the residence! Hill had been a resident of work, and the warranty serviceon

)' R. J. Blount, 35 year, were the first couple to receive ana of Clewiston. new cars has encouraged" : I I881d.
for to make this x
expansion,
a gold emblem with ruby: sap emblem at the same time in Singers prep The Library invites all resloVrttfl .
chin and two diamonds; Martin the history' of the distribution. ,-011 Monday Wednesday
The 28x120 foot tmnasvd
I Oliver and Otha L. For Mr. Canard i* watchman at the Spring FestivalPreparations anti Friday evenings from 7 till I area
in the rear of trio "main build
rater 30 :years, gold emblem general office building and Mrs. 9 and on Tuesday Thursday and Supervisor has "
for the Spring in, is only ti portion! of the
with ruby, sapphire and diamond. dlnard is clerk In the railroad > Saturday afternoons from 6x30:
Festival be presented next Improvement TIlt entire parkIng -
paved, the C'l.fVfolet-Oldsmo-,
a the completion stages, accord.log m
to Director L. G. Vaughan Ronnie Lee goes fclle-Pontlae l agency eras' among
Hendry County Fair elects directorsat Jr. The hour and half musical ballots are now In the :first in Uelng Into the: new
the hand of the supervisor! ofregistration sewage system cad additional/
I entertainment will be presented for inductionRonnie
and those voter ,I
at the High\ School Gym In experienced mechanics haw
meeting Tuesday at Fair Grounds OFF TO STATE cON'.mON-.n.: ", Jackie Gentry Clewlston by the Sugarland Lee son of Mr. and who will not be In the county teen employed to use the most I

Mri. K. V. Cochran: Miss Donna 'Radish' and Mill Susan Singers, with an S pan curtain Mr, Marlon Lee was sent to or will be unable to go to the modern testing equipment available I
'Here will be a meeting of soclatlon were asked to name Schick are nhwn preparing to Its'/ (tar the itate convention time. Miami yesterday by the Local polls on election day may The addition is divided I into III

fe Hendry County Fair and their representative for the ensuing el Future Honemaken of America, held la Clearwater last The musical program will Include Board No. 42, Selective Service vote by using the absentee ballot eight sections, with each section I

livestock Show, Inc. in the office year. Veltre says many weekend. Danes and Susan were delegates tram the Clewls- popular spiritual and System. He will be inducted *. being especially equipped
of the county agent at the of the group have not notified ton chapter Mn. Gentry U FHA advisor and Mri. Cochran folk music with special barbershop Into the armed services, having Application for the absentee far a specific service ''I
FaIr Grounds In dewiston next him of their representative, a cb.peroDe.-8T4FF PHOTO. ,,4'"' quartet and trio selections.The previously passed hi* physical l ballot should'be made to John While inviting/ residents to i:'
Tuesday evening at I o'clock. hence they may not receive present organization grew examination L.. Hall supervisor of registration Mop b,.. Well and King are offering I:
Frank 1 E. Veltre secretary, baa their written notice. from the Cewlston Cantata Lee 1* a graduate of Clewiston LaBelle, Fla A special "Thank' You" specials I:
lint t notices to all known mean However the meeting very Girls State delegates are chosen Singer who presented two musical High School and ha. been employed form to, provided for makingthe in both cars and .services \hi,/
bin of the association asking important and all representative program during I the at Partisan Funeral application. which will be found on page 8 II
tin to be present are asked to be present Home. of this week'i News i''
Christmas holidays and has
In March all organizations Six new directors are to be two juniors ready for Tallahassee grown In talent and number of ,

shirk! have the privilege of elected and plan will be started members since. The new group Information sought I,:
living a representative a* for the 1965 fair. Sarah Jo Cato and Sally OU- Earth Jo Cato, daughter of presented two selections at the .e I

JOIInc member of the Fair ,..- phant will represent CUwlston I:'. and Mr. W J. Cato, is a Faster Sunrise service. j
at the Girls State in Tallahassee (cheerleader II member of Future art .
The ticket sales being
supper tonight In June, following their selection Homemakers of America handled by the Senior Classes- In Devine saves life of visitor j jAl ti
committee anda and this hold the officeof
by: a faculty year LaBelle and Clewlston, with SO ,

Voting listreaches Would you' like to help the committee of the American public relation officer an per cent of the proceeds going to Devise of Moore Haven his own breath he blew in her me and let him. know our prayers .

Senior: Class go to New York: Legion Auxiliary-: active: member of student council the individual classes In their an employee: of the Glade County mouth and after what seemed will be with him always.I .
and member of Beta Club.
for SkIp Easy There will be a Glrla State Is a project in a respective communities. Admission like a lifetime she started to am lure God must have sent
4,208 Spaghetti Supper tonight (Thursday government sponsored by the Sally Ollphant. daughter of is ft.00 for adult and 50! Sugar Growera'raUve., cry: and move He then put her him that day and I know that
.... ,) at o'clock in the Clemen. Legion Auxiliary: Unit over the Mr. and Mr. Charles W. Oll cent for children and student*. I Ia credited with saving the life In my car and told me to get her God will also reward him better
Jk'x'ry' County's flat of reglst. buy School cafeteria. nation. Delegates study their phant 1 II president of the Junior Members p.rUcipttiJl'1nclud.: of a visitor on Wednesday AprilS to my home and call a doctor >than I can
end voters has reached 4.2M. Mce are 100 for adults state government' Intensely for Class, member of senior Beta Mr. Donna Bass and Mill Ida on SR 833. which I did the doctor said she "This man Is middle age
lilt Ingest In its history an- and 75c for. students and caildJCfc. one week and hold an election Club, hu been cheerleader for Dorman of :Moor Haven; Miss to. available Information would have been dead if this brown hair with some gray had
According
of
and member
,need John U Han .upervlfr:. In which they select their own three years, a Elsie Ayte. Allen Daubner.Mr Devine topped to reoder man dldnt do what he did. on spectacle v*,' Is almost six
w la
fag student council. She worthy
(W the week The' Seniors will say to each governor and other offlcUU. associate advisor of the Clew Maurice Fletcher. Miss aid to a little girl who was "I am leaving for my home feet tall V r'1 esant I know
II lumber! M "Kfcfcwapublicans. Of 700.'Thankt' for eatmg" and The governor then attends Girls Assembly.Al's Chrlstabel Kelly. Mrs. LewisC choking, and after removingthe with the children: on the marrow that this Is tat vhuch) to tnd a
lston Rainbow
-mk S a* Independ- "Thanks for Helping the SenlF10M Nation In Washington D. C Kelly Mrs. Robert Kelly object from child' throat our home Is 30 miles outside man 'but hope ym can find out
and 12DBas Demoeraw. new," Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ketchuu.: gave mouth to mouth respiration. of London, England, we who' drive tho blue car thiit
See photo page S Army Store Mrs. J. E. Lucas, Mr. James' have been in your wonderful 1. owned by Jou. !

McPhall, Mr. Thoma. Owens The grandmother of the child country for the latfortnlte and "I am a paraletlo with a crippled

In Clewlston\ the AuxiliaryUnit is closing out Mr. Richard Phelps Mss Ann Wanlley Brlred of England, what was an enjoyable stay hand and have is being Joined\ by the Business Posters John Schetfler W. A. has written a letter thanking could have been a tragic stay hand on a machine
and Professional Women's Mr. and Mrs. At Pearlman Slewert, Mr. Donald Silks, "a man" for saving the child': without the help of a stranger. "Thank you and Gods rtchost
eNrtl two girl announced this week that they Miss Pat Swann Miss Dura life. Effort to find who the "If you can find this man I blessings on this mall.WanDrey .
Club in sponsoring are closing out their business, Underwood and Mrs Qulncy child was, where she Wit treated wish you would thank him for Brinedh\ II
this
,P ? '- ,.. .. year. AT* Army Store which they 'Westberry.: bow she is getting along or ------- >
have operated tot IT year and to get the complete address of J"t t i
plan to ]leave Clewlston in the children Mrs. Brlred have failed.
Teach
vi Rainfall is low early summer. your Anyone who can shed lighton t I iI

The Pearlmans are now traffic safety the matter is urged to contact iI
holding a clearance sale with either Al Devine In Moore

in county area all merchandise In their store Haven. Elmer Montgomery In
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offered at greatly reduced Clewiston or Mr*. Velma Fisch-
prices. iWAlkTONttClliJBJRAEFIS, bach at the Coop office. It 1*

Rainfall in the Glades-Hendry The couple will move to Tutlahoma. felt that the group may: have I
county area ranks among the .' Tenn.. where he will been visiting relative la be
rfGri lowest in the state, accordingto manage a new group of luxury area.
the Florid, Crop and livestock apartment being constructed Mr. Brired' letter 1 11 s* fot I
Reporting! Swrvtoe Orlando. by: Phil Berlin and A. M. Kaplan Vows ,

Only: Homestead, with ; Berlin in Mrs. Peart "Sir
184 inches: accumulated since man' brother and Kaplan\ Q '1 am asking your help In
a t_ January' lit, has a tower J record 1* a brother. Ha..The plan I 11 finding a man who>>) I think ; I
GINCr. than the local area. for three buildings to be constructed work for your co. Last Wed
x cirwrsrhbR Rainfall torah. vary from station In the first phase of nesday: morning white we were a
to station In the MOM general the project which win be at an outing at a roadside park !
area as rains are often/ known as Country Club Apart near what is called ell 1 my DISTBICT FOUR FOSTHASTEU held a meeting at the dewtstea -
local showers. OewtoEThad ments. There were to be 48 granddaughter had a piece of las recently with Feataastet A. W. Bias, .errbg aabo I

It'GAI a to BOC8B and court and Pepper.) caught In her throat,
THE CLEWISTON SUGAR (JO inches pools tennis
Moore Haven M. Case, portal service effleer ef Mlajnl; C. B. Gladdea. re '
*p Tn! 4the\ CxUMi el1111UeC States Relay CsrptratlM 635 inches. barbecue facilities In the completed I I became frantic not knowing .
Big Cypress leaal director ef the Atlanta dlrbhrn and E is cWoatea.pwimsster ,
lab lie .lBdlW* KxpealUem ta Orlaade this week. Northwest Ftrlda.hu reedy project. what to do this blue car cam ef Ft Myers whe to vice psvsldeat. ef the district l '
huda re.City
the along and I stopped It the mea "
y. let taste!left eI Wflrt ION Many of this friends couple will to regret the community of Clew s10n rushed to my' granddaughter Other alffBltarlee faetBded taapecter Perkins W Mlaaal and. 1:<'f' I

Ameriea'5 wear err witch eared of the state but win wish them everymaocee and with his fingers' puDod the Jotui Hey, date vise reaUaa4 ef taU PIa,.... T64tyaerenagtsastee :
: *VMtel* Tew **. Beth wit te beet"rtla -' Recorded total at Deruniafc .
M tUtil. ? gW have ud fcappineM in their piece( out br this thaw she was and gnats njeysd the dutaer-aueUag.
Extatt: at Ue Wend. Fair this year. Borings where UJ3 inches new location. PoKco Department out I thought alb had gone. with STAFF PHOTO.Ii .
ATEaMLL FHOTO. fallen] since erg first of !tb.year





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THE CLEWISTON NEWS c-:r t Ca tn ti > eel
Thursday, AprJ. f?..16_1984 __Sec'on; One _________ *,.Jj Ulan d) but he can goT .activitloi during storms or Abner Vann and Wm C. Owen and tray-.nwett.h:d !! ;: t.."h
Pub!: hcd t\dry: Thurday. lit 109 C, ntial l Anue. Clewiston. I i J c.tb1( 'atvi"'aperun! i storm threats Jr, were candidates for school Water, 100 f t.:
Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc a Florida Corporation.; ud;. a I,'i i3\ the parking- brake Cokes grown In Hendry county board In dlstri-t No 1. The diver< w. Ib.t

"Give me a man who reads. Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927. at the ,,nJ r,' n >\o the gearshift from by O. W. Manning bushel*t He Felda hit The 'U S. Sugar Corp. builta extricate h:mcr'Z: II
Poet Office in Oewlston Florida under the Act of Congress of dre; brought $9 per $200,000 warehouse to store
houses is publishing March $. 1819 -asEveryone -- an early market. raw sugar, which it could not
One of the nation's largest paper for 18 months market because of
I Lloyd Sparrow quota restrktfons -
.. series of advertisements with the above heading Each needs to circle their Did
a NATIONAl tOITORIAlmjjMniirii.il r pro at Oewtoton Golf Course : The warehouse holds You
trade, and each emphasizes Thursday Klrcwl
different profession or "" calendar for next
depicts a to become pro tons
A S C 11 N moved to Tampa 20,000
who reads is the one who gets and to hear the candidates
the thane that the man : night' plan at the Tampa Airport Country An Easter Egg Hunt served
should be You
chosen line of work. tell why they
'!' ahead in his elected to the particular office. Club. as entertainment when Jimmy can get

l' the most successful, most useful and happiest A of entertainment Bill Dougherty' orchestra, Owens celebrated his 14th birthday
Look at Subscription Rates 14 00 For an evening
to the fIJ per year West Palm Beach played for a with a party. Bar B
% he spend his O might Q
man you know. Does Return Postage. Guaranteed) and relaxation you to GOi
pokers dancing? Festivalon benefit dance for the Boy Mrs. W J Robisonr Mrs.
{ television set or playing bridge, or c"4Tlott BERYL BOWDEN Publisher remember the Spring W.
Sure, he does some of these and enjoys them to the fullest Friday night at the school Scouts at the Inn. The event A. Montgomery and Mrs. R. E.
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor considered highly success
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was .
Waldron attended Grand
life Is
his patt'
which Chap.
the format on
make gym.
but they do not up Telephone: Business. and Editorial. Yukon 3-1201 fut ter of Order of, Eastern Star In
t' temed. Advertising; Rates on application. The management reserves Tampa. .

After work, he spend sons time each day reading the right' to reject! any objection. advertisement! TWENTY YEARS AGO Principal Howard Bishop I ,
THU NEWS u..moo no ...........UJt7 for the Mtura .t un- Now
t the amount he reads and the reality cl the naterial he Hllclt' .....>"oerlpt phOI..T8P.. 'It's History (From Clewiston News, :Mrs. G. H. Brown Mrs. C. E. 1
'. reads contributes largely to his process: In lit:, end particularly raphleal TRio:orror NEWS or..o.lIm._...I.one. uncial I.. drrtlMinr r*>.....lblllir ban If for notified typo April 14, 1944)) Atwell attended the TEA convention
in his work. ., sunk 01'1'0' bMoro tII. seal I..u .f tII. pspsr .III reprint sonLehr in Miami. Phone
tbat part ., th..dv.rU.m.a( 1I. watch ft.. .uw v ..m.reed THIRTY YEARS AGO Air Commander F,Warburton A car driven by J. J. Lewis YU 2-9322
it Is In the events tint. lnnt would render th. oorroiUoii "'lu.- From( Clewiston News 0. B. E, RAF delegation,
aid scientists
,, Reading is not Just for engineers ; lo. .*, tlio N..w. will roduco the P"..-. of th. dmrllooiiiwit b,;! an of :Miami failed to make theo
not Just for teachers and researchers; ft is not Just for the amount o ul to tko rcnur of the total opae M the ">ron.out April 13, 1934)) Washington, D C. was In dew-
or omitted copy roproxntod. l\1rs. W. C Prewitt was elected Wait &> review the Wings Parade
t ill
shut In for the old or the
; : president of the P. T. A. at British Flying Training o --.
No-Reading Is for evefryone. It is for you. and for Iced C. Elliott. secretary of School at Riddle Field when sjjjj
< and for and for our children. Luther was traded,! t> hone Trustees of Internal Improvement Course IT, composed of American See the following 1'lo' file Homes on
parents display
me, our dewistoa, thM is and #fl,
; &1 Sonny Sez Fund. Tallahassee, Harry and British Cadets, receive
The Clewiston Public Library has done a tremendous stopped rather suddenly to It Baker. Washington! national their RAF and USAF Wings at CIEWISTON
; Job of increasing the worthwhile reading material which it render aid to a motorist who director of Disaster relief Brigadier the ceremony. TRAILER SALES

offers to the people of this community. was baring trouble. You know General Vista Collins M. H. Sharp vocational agriculture 1-12W' Marlette '3-bedroom
What will be the TOTALPRICE
that flare motorized buggy Commander Florida Nattonrl teacher at Clewiston $$6,850.00
'I i If you are not availing yourself: of its privileges, you ? started on home by itself and Guard and W. Turner Walli High School dVsciibed the home 2-10'x55' Marlette 3-bedroom, f r. kit.
of the While watching. the debris 4,95110'xGO' .
: the loser. The library is on the second floor 0MmKeep
are ended up stopping In the road chairman Florida Safety canning plaits art their operation
i I Nickell Building. Whether you road\ for fun or for looming, being cleared at the fatal accident to Kiwaniatii', explaining Marlette Commander DeLuxe 5,995.00,
ia pub Friday iJgbt on Corkscrew the food conservator programas 1-10'x43' Marlette "Holiday House"'
ticulibrraryitopenaMod WedslesdayFrkfay nightie ircm Boulevard couldn't help 3,4i'5.00
part of) !lIe war eiort 2-bedroom
but wonder
what the total
7.9 and Tuesday-Thursday-Saturda/: 2.30 to 5:30. in lives, accidents, property price The Oi*' ,rations officer of the
U. S. H val Air Station at Fort 1-10x55' Marlette 3-bedroom 1
}# baths
damage and tax payers' dollars & 5,1500(
work will be, U and when an end oCOSTS. Lauderfole' Issued a notice that 1-Belmont, 10'xSO': 2-bedroom, fr kit.
J Future homemaker at comet to the expenditures for ( portions of LaVe Okee:hubee are 3,95041

construction: of the new 4-lane being used as bombing practice 1-Cranbroolrl0'xSf1', 2-bedroom, fr. kit 3,950.0J
: School curriculum problems "tyro: current in the news. highway east of Oewiston. areas and warned persons not 1-Cranbrook,10'x55'1'!

"Is the New Math" for dl people? Should we teach !languages No court in the country would ; DRIVING l \to enter well marked.those area, which 3-bedroom, Bunk Beds' .,,575.(

i in the elementary grades? Are our science courses allow a case such as this were
adequate for today cartel 1 rc.entlste? Can Johnny read? but u you stood there looking and Mrs Ruth M. C.Huinphrtes Doke, Flora'visited'Bell 1-Esqture, 10'x55', 2bedrooinyt} bath 4.850IC

f Can Johnny spell? at death and destruction .
their parents in Ofctochobee for
Such questions and problems harass teachers at al- you could not help but feel that I the weekend. KErOSSESSED

most every learning level in the secondary school system, someone ought to have to pay. Lawrence Bandy a former 55'x10', Marlette, bedroom, frail,
-but there is field in which there Is almost universal Whether It be the contractor
J one .
r coach at Moore Haven High
I approval. This is the Homemaking departments of the of the road who, an let engineer the or engineers School was killed il a plane dining room, like new, priced rigid!
unpardonable
high schools. ,,- crush. in Alabama.
material or a State Road Low Down Payment Bank Rate Financial
e We still agree that whatever the future holds for our Department head some one
I\ high school girls, they need the knowledge, training and should have to live a'positive Engine TEN YEARS AGO U.S. 27 East YU 2-26Q
I practical experience they are gaining in today's homemaking amwer. From Olewtton News,
classes. They learn of subjects, and cooking and Tuned. IS 19M)
many The bought that less than April ,
Also
J sewing which were the original home economics courses half-a-mlle away 'was a new on displayThe New Roll-R-Rooni
are among them. But also included are education and experience tour-lane highway falling Whatever your en- City offered the/ inoculation:
I along the lines of good grooming, choosing the apart was of little comfort. gine needs spark of dogs of ajjilr/t: rabies and owners The Cabana on Wheels
107 pets brought their
i right apparel, poise aid posture, child care, budgeting, In fact It made the scene: even plugs 'to complete' 1 animals. in to 1'K''iVlthe' \ shots
I menu planning, homo decorating, and all the allied fields more sickening Views from overhaul -
I in which today' wcawn! will be working or making decisions competent road builders, and
; whatever career; they may choose for themselves as even "lesser" state employeeu! come to us. ------
wageearners.The expound the local views that the

Future Horn'nakdrc of America are celebrating road will never hold up. We have recently installed modern electronic
As the area continues to Aggressive
get ::
!4Js as FHA week, and 1":1< : a 4,;ood opportunity to congratuIcto Educated
adverse publicity; for the
highway
." : them on the fine lob tiny md (their instructors are death toll and !toss of revenue testing equipment and have- a

ding.; from the tourists. We cannot
help but wonder what qualified mechanic on duty to provideour -ELECT-
the TOTAL PRICE will be fa-
i Something to think about our "new highway" in customers with precision tun .up(.
lives on the old death haunted
i The Value of a Smile highway, in minor accidents,

( It costs nothing but creates much property damage and tax pay '$top in Today! I
None are so rich they con get along with out 11 er's dollarst'a "" r a T .;.

It happens in a flash and the memory of it s me- -
times lasts foreverIf These new modern vehicles, Redish Service
In the hard in some way are similar to the .
grind of the day's work someone of .
horse and buggy days if Says
your acquaintance: '
you don't believe it, ask Luther Does
Should be too tired to give you a trail! Davis of PFH. Remember how

Leave them one of yours they tell us In the olden daysof Phone 2.9471 for Vrte TicA-wp & Delivery: Service What
For nobody'needs a smile so much as having to tie the horse '' f ;
Those. who have none to give or how the horse would go home Sugarland llv'y. Clewiston ah rh + What

-Anonymous. by.his self? Well sir, it seems He ,
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1.\ Let's face it. You can't make a big automobile theroad.Powerf'orthetight'pouAndtbeIUXUI'J' t .

!a ,'. out of a compact (even when it has a big car name you get only in a big car. ;

t h : 'r< on it) no matter how many extra-cost: options You'll get more value, too-things that cost ,'

4 j ,- ".: you add. you extra on a smaller car. Like a 36i-cubic4nch

'. Right now, today, you can drive an 18-foot, V-S that rues on regular gas. Foam-cushioned ..

:' two-ton Chrysler Newport sedan for less money front seats. Padded dash. Sill-to-sill carpets. ,; FRANKPOLHILL

and a lot less trouble. So why settle for less than a Chrysler-now ;

'a': You'll get the room you want Weight to handle that price ia no longer a factor? ,''A1 .
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to edge out" an S4 win over winless C.ewliton. Fla THE CLEWJSTON NEWS Pan Three

Co-bln's Bowling: Thursday. April. 16. 1964_. Section. .. One
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In the nightcap, Ryder Truck I

ter man but: ied not to quite click good a .little enoughas bet. news Visitor stricken Mr Kotcher\. body vas re

Glades Gas came turned to( it Clair, Mich, for
out the
as
victors HAFFT Xn while drivingAlbert service and burial
by
a score of 1811. LEAGUEW L ,
TV real test to see who will
tin1 b1.nhint\ In the rule the Glade. Restaurant 65 51 Jackson Kotcher, a '
high hurdles roost at least for
and low'hardles. awhile will be this Thursday Dan' Dragline Service 58 58 t:urlst from St. Clair, Mich, Boys In Service f I
I lolindsey night when Potashnlck-Badg tt .. 57 5& suffered a fatal heart attack
Other teams both undefeated
participating Included teams MAW Root Beer ,52 meet winning Fort Glades and Parkinson, NAHA AB, Okinawa-Airman
Scores Game Script 80 near Diamond J. Ranch west
races in Myers High, North Fort Myers. will match their big guns to see who Julia Swindle ................ ..... 561 of Clewiston last Tuesday He first Class Norman C. La... '
Naples Lee Junior High Pun- come out on the short end Wilma Buslck .. ...""... 212 ? was taken to 'the Hendry Gen hon son of C H Lawhon of ; I'

ta Gorda Fort Myers Junior! Thunda,', reiulU-April I Jenny Hendry ............ ... 550 wile 1 ri4t eral Hospital a PattUon ambulance Moore Haven Fla, arrived here
dison relays High, Immokalee, Alva and Ryder Truck 000 103 04 910 Bonnie Brasher ......" 203 549 but was) pronounceddead for duty with a unit! of the Paclfic i r r

LaBelle. Parkinson s TT3 653 0-31 30 4Oorbln Julia Swindle ...._... ... 201 on arrival. Air Forces. ,'
ur,** ot? arIrian 's 410< 004 3-12 IS 7 Scratch Score Game Series Kotcher and his wife were ona Airmen: LawJioii? n radar raw I
r.J up two Jndivlc1ual firsts Mtns slow Glades G 32(10)( ) 131 x-20 19 7 Mary Evans .. ............ 162 439 Florida vacation and were rait-naii, cart/ Item from/ at: :
r'f Erllvon held Frt-' Helen Klste< ".......... 160 ., pulling their lacuna tiaiW, assignment at B..'. tfontaliie Air '
night uc Fort MJrm! ** the pitch softballGlades Monday's remlts-April 13 Bonnie Brasher ..._..." 154 Md leaded 'nest, when Kx; .hu suddenly .. Force Station, Ohio. I
JOB: Hack team finished Corbln s ..", 500 100 0- 610 2 Jenny Hendry..?..... ". 427 slumped' over the wheel.
In the IMeam meet Thrifty Drug lOa 230 0- 814 3 Frances Carlin ........ ...... 425 Mrs Kotcher supported him The airman, whose mother. a I
overall Gas and Parkinson Ryder Truck 303 IMO 1-11 10 8 t Mrs C. A. Kuhn, resides at 221 t I'
act Bob Baker's man-power continued their winning waysas Glades Gas IMS 414 0-18 16 5 Lake! League with her left arm while steering E. Jefferson, Mlshawaka Ind., '1 r J
of the and trailer of
weakened by the absence Corbin's fell victim to Glades car out Is a graduate of Sarasota (Fla) I
the "track stars" pen last Thursday by Schedule: Thursday April 14 GIRLS STATE DELEGATES receive their qualification pa.pen line of traffic to a halt on the I,:
ral of a score of 20-12 1st Trestle, 72 points, 2. U. High School His wife. Janet, 'j r
itlof in a baseball game In and In the nightcap Ryder 7:00-Parkinsons vs Glades S. S. c., Clewiston, 69 points; from Mrs.' Ley Doke president of the American Legion shoulder of the road J. R. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs*
Park that afternoon Truck didn't know If they were t:30-Thrifty v.. Ryder Truck S. W, T. Grant, 64 points Auxiliary, sponsors of the project. state government Sarah Lucky was approaching from Charles Wagner of W. Auburn,, .I t
isey placed first in the It the game or not as Parkin Monday-April U Hilh' team set: U. S. S. C., Jo Cato, left and Sally OUphant. right, members of the 1965 the west and noted the couple'sdifficulty BcllefonUlne Ohio {"
ard run and the 220yardto son's exploded for 31 runs to 7:00-Ryder TrucK vs Cor- Bryant 2551 class of ClewUton Hlth, School will attend the week-long session He stopped to render ..' I

I accumulate 13 of Clew Ryder's measly 4. bin's High team game U, S. S. c., In Tallahassee In June.. Local ee-sponsors of the delegates of assistance Diamond and J. Ranch Marvin, summoned Carlton Among the ErijUah. language'
I 'i 21 points Dennis Gann Monday night's games saw S:30-Parkinson'i vs Thrifty Bryant 958. this rear are members of the ClewUton Business and aid by telephone many puzzling 'tI>'OI'bJ Is "econo I
led up the other points by Thrifty come back from a four League High individual set, Jimmy Professional Womens Club.-STAFF PIIOTO. my" which means the large '
Standings.Glades Johnson, 601) Mrs. Kotcher's son flew downto sizes In aoap fUiM and the
Gas _.- ??_..' 3 0Parkinson' her and .
High individual John accompany home small size in automobiles
' ....,,._..,,,, 2 0 game Joining nations including atomic I
Thrifty Drugs ..._,..?_ ?.1 1 Pelliam 222 Fry opposes weapons and the manufactureof 1
500 set and/or ZOO Marvin ---
'I VOTE FOR Ryder Truck ___?,,.. 0 :2 game: ALL arms would stop t tr trat's
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Vandergrlft. 532 Bob Coed-
Corbin's .___. 0 3 : Phase three calls for the destruction ,;
hart, 538: Harry Vaughn, 515, disarmament of all military materialand 1
Edward Jernlgan 210, 533; John equipment except those h
JAMAIY Mixed Calcutta Pelham, 322, 553, Clarence needed to "police the world .':\> I
Throop. 537, John Hill, 217. programJack All military schools would be ':,,',.
draws large 582; Jimmy Johnson, 218 200, closed and the men in service / Nice \\Ie
group 601) Jim Brandon, 213, 556 "
LANGFORD Fry in a talk to the would be released, with' the H.ception .- .f) :
of spectatorsAn Cleftlston' Klwanis Club on Wed. of those who would be ;;

Sporting goodstax tte$:4>.y, April g, strongly op- assigned to the UN force. The ';
for exceptionally large group C:' race, d the Disarming the second phase Is designed to What'rr ,
of spectators were on hand dealers World" plan that is now being take place within three years 1, ,
I county commissioner, district 1 Sunday for an equally large field cautioned by state considered as presented by the and the final stage as soon as ,: J
of mixed Calcutta participantsfor late \V President Kennedy on possible
ill40 rears in Hendry county a day of golfing that saw Dealers subject to the 5 percent September 25, 1961. The theory is that the UN r" Is It. .? I

# the favorites go down in defeat wholesale tax on iportinj Fry had secured copies of the would be so strong that nonmember
* \'<'toran of 4 years TJ.S. Air Force Bill Baker and Mr and Mrs. goods wh) are not complying program as being presented and nations would not oppose "
Jimmy Harris were the winning with the 1963 law because of told members of the three' stages or create any problem. .It
,Te has the interest of the entire county at heart. trio, Dick Baker, Tony Toulis pending court suits could betaking of dlaarmament which Includedthe Copies of the book "Dl M s 'i; I
]haring lived in LaBelle 22 years and Clew- and Mary Weathers finished an expensive calculated reduction of armed powerof Print for the Peace Race" n'ny' ,;""X I

iston IS years he is familiar with problems second, Mike Vettori. Harry risk, according to J. Ed the United! States and Russia be obtained and Fry urges Interested Maybe\ it's an insurance policy from an out- '
Vaughn, Jr, and Katherine Hogan Straughn. director of the Flori- bin 3U per rent during the first persons to secure copies ., '
and needs of both areas. placed third and the teamsof da Revenue Commission three year rtag Other agreed : ., Tort plan, if accepted a? of.town agency. It might be full of fino print t :k
[Fe has experience in business.'lie is now manag- Joe Bundy, Jean Roland and The law provides up to 25' percent nations would tat t invited to participate proposed would take away oUr I
ing his own small cattle operation ; was La Verne Redlsh and Jack Mar penalty plus 6 per cent interest in the \\Togram which! right t* Individuals and citizens and loop holes so that she may mod\ an accredited ,'
tlnez, Corky Blair and Pat Bak. on any amounts! title under would include reduction of over of the 1 United State, Fry 14
I I owner-manager of El Patio Motel( ; and with er tied for fourth the law and not remitted on two million meia ,is well as AU aid. ed local agent to cluck on it. R&ncoiber, an in- '

a partner owned & operated a small pump time. The dealer also loses the military armaw,! it,
manufacturing business. 3 per cent discount allowed for At the end o< \ base one, that( A trance policy is only a piece of paper until it ism ,r j
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He is earnest, sincere, vigorous, and prompt payment United Nations w weld set up an cilcd. w. I
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progressive 1iN A considerable number of Inventory progtan, which would Sugnrlind Pharmacy ( \ "
lull qualified to serve as your county commissioner TiSt> dealers are complying. traughn limit. production ,>f arms and :
said, but it Is obvious thnt some alao set up a police force to PIZZAYU
are waiting to lee how the courts: patrol the member/ nations Be, ,;rdsley-Nash Insurance AgencySugarland I
finally decide the pending tJ.atJon. (Phase two W'"ld" elude dli-

elect/ SAMMY timing other ,niter nation 23311 Clewiston )
Boots Guides Gas Ice The Revenue Commlsiioa! \ and reduction/ by 50 per cent (if / Highway 1 1

Fishing Tackle Supplies takes the position! that the' law r the remaining arma ,)In ol'1WII. ,. j
I Is operative and shall be followed ,
LANGF0RPPolitical Johnson'sFishing unless or until the courts: ... t
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Camp rule. to the contrary. 1., i F I.
We feel obligated to adviceall t'.I 'III
adv, paid by Sammy Lungford. ) Oewlstoa Fla. who are not paying the 5 .

per cent tax of the heavy extra '
.. costs df the law Is sustained" '
.r r.M rrrr.ll ONLY YOUR PLYMOUTH DEALER HAS "
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vote for. :
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of the Clewiston' Recreation De- ,
partment has announced plans
for a tennis, clinic to be con
ducted Saturday morning April j
supportand 18, at 10 ajn Walter Comrie
.. : ,. cr." ,' : will be the Instructor..
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attend, especially those per J

ELECT! IRobert }' son whose ages Ire 9 through H I IH1

:," ; taking 16, 'who tennilleuons.might r be Interested Mr. Com la

rie will conduct classes until
June.
The Recreation Department
wifl furnish rackets and ball.
for those 'who do not have their
own. All interested in taking A
lessons and who cannot be present
at the clinic are urged! to
contact Woody Carruther at I
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:PUILIC ;A'3.. Yes, the same model Plymouth that beat Ford and Chew

UTILITIES COMMISSION rolet on test tracks around the country'can be purchased '

)0' right In our showroom. The tests were of "thIngs you buy j
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sal, A- IarI .to .4' conducted.At "
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17 years of business experience 24 ULlAltorneyfc Ytars W law end ., ." Plymouth's request'Nationwide Consumer Testing Institute bought\ I'I'
the comparably equipped V-IS directly/ from dealer aMwrhired the
fngr.wlve PuWIc Service J} driven, supplied the officials/ made the rules and supervised the entire.
competition. See your Plymouth! \ Dealer. for details of"Te t Track, U.S.A."
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Director of Hendry County Bank and for Felt and
Impartial legvlatlM
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Force and 1 is now associated IMOI'I't'OIt! la the school 'twiii, The 7Vunr
Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewictoo. Fla. Wet Mm Beach assistant director hw served with the American the luncheon at 1:00 p.m. will with Radio Station WZZZ in aa officer In ctudent ccuacil t e reception couple: lett t,
Thursday' April 18, 11184 Section One : Mr*. :Ramona Quinn of Junior Red Oroc Conducting the workshop Boynton Beach. and a member d ViJnttaCourt Coa't! where fit II<< r..
FaIt Ticvce. jrevordlttgf aewe* Presiding at the meeting; will be Mn. Mayme Baegershau- they 111:1:
tary, and Mr*. Mildred Greenfield be tile retiring director ol District tea district Personal Develop The bride attended dewlston Boynton BeachClfARAnCI Leo
BPW Clubs of District 8 of Salerno Beach corresponding Eight, Mr*. Robert Che ment chairman of West Palm High School where she was a
ueervtaryGoest brouga of Vero Beach. Beach She will be assisted by I
Registration\ will dart at ':00 Mica Evelyn Lee personal development
will install at Clewiston meet t tI atcatar t lor the occasion e.m. Sunday, with board meetIng chulrman of the local Sugarland Pharmacy
t wffl> be Mrs. :Hal A. Freedof at 9:tt. workshop on Per- club, a* well M the chairmen :
Mrs G. K.Brown of the local and final quarterly\ meeting at Dunedte, p"e the Florida F demtk at Bustness
>a the district PIZZAYU
clubs of
business at 11:30 and other
Business and Professional Wom- the dewktoo Inn Sunday April and Profesumnal Vlcmrn't'' meeting !
en' Club win be installed u 19th.Other dubs lie
I District Treasurer when District officer to be Installed 2.3311
Eight, Florida Federation for the ensuing year are: )IrIr. Slfrs Freed.! has served u
1) of Business and Professional Rosa Nash of B Hit Glade oV incident of tile Canister Watch Parkinson's
Women dub hold their fourth rector, Mrs A. R. Moycrr of e.ub U public relation* ekaJr- SNEWSi S ad each week
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State Federation of B. P. W. i
clubs. --
;, 1 ) an Fri. Sat April 17. 18 table of fine fabrics, mostly wrinkle
Mrs. Freede .is a graduate of Booker Yon wedin DOUBLE FEATURE resistant -
Raymond are
''f.. t Rhode Island School of Design. "COMMANDO' ctatf1)rl!
Her profession) baa been advertising STEWART GRANGER
.: and public relations both St. Church Friday "TORPEDO BAY" 2 y'i yards' a for $1,00
Margaret's JAMES MASONSun.
in Boston and in Florida Presently
she la associated with the formerly 98o to $1.49 f,er yard
L.M. Berry Company of Tampa. Miss Sue Booker daughter of a dress of chiffon and Jace, In ., April It
; f i Sbe Ia 1 a member of the Dune- Mr. and Mrs O. C Booker of sea blue and green ballerina 3:00: 8:00: P.M. Only DRAPERIESbroken
I din Presbyterian Church, charter Bond Street and Raymond Eugene length; her small hat and oboes Mon. April 20 thru
> member of the Clearwater Yon eon of Mr and Mrs were in matching! shades and Thurs April 23
Advertising dub board member George A. Yon of 154 Avenldo she carried a bouquet of pink 8:00: P.M. OnlyADULTS lots, but each in perfect condition -
tm*fry Mil to Cimnnc C.nis"'** of the Pinellas Cancer Society Del Rio. were married in St roses print [and, solids
I Women' Press dub and Margaret' Catholic Church on The groom wa altered by 75c
Friday afternoon April 10. The Jeffrey Nash as best :nun. The STUDENTS 60c $2.99 to $10.99
1
: priest of St. Margaret. Father ushers were T. C. Ycm.if. cous. CHILDREN 40c
Larkin ConnaHy, officiated at in of the groom awl Wm. A. "LAWRENCE OF ARABIA" formerly $398 to $180?
J"" the S o'clock ceremony and Baker.
Mrs. Henry Andrei PETER O'TOOLE
was organist
''L ;;; ; ELECTD Following was the held ceremony...the home a reception Winner ofTacademy
The altar it the church was of the groom" parents where award Including best pic PARKINSON'SYOUR
., arranged, with. pedestal\! vaae of Miss Carolyn Gann kept the lure of year.
Easter Riles< white: gladioli and bride guest book. White gladioli -
mum, and with palm and mums were used, in
E Tie bride given In tnarrlago decorating and the bride'table .
H. D X by Mr. Dawson Bledsoe was was overlaid\ with u' lace cloth.
E P gowned lu a floor length Iridal The thre- tiered! wedding! cake '' WILL HELP J'I
1 dress of lace and net The was served by [rll. John
P E boUlr was appllqiied with lace, Kettl and punch ty Mrs. T.
E R wtJiI Krai embroidered la 'eqUIIk.1 C. Yon Jr. Wt-JIt tapers In sttt REELECTCampbell
and a pntlern of ;lace N I 1IJdt'd) tto low' rounded: neck- l Ight" at the bride' table.
D lines the a'ecveided, la lily]
E The bride mother was dress
1 point l at till wd. I. and the .
ed in a gold brocade dressmaker
N lung twmiplne. ,kliV fell into a .
suit with white accessoriesShe
chapel. toi'n. Her veil of Illusion
B
C wore a cymbldium orchid
WM atlRoIled< to a amaU crown
\ L E d jwaita and equin*. corsage The groom' motherchose i
H a printed floral crepe ,
E D Tie, hide carried a cascade with white accessories and worea Y
toujuet of
white trenched car- cymbidlum orchid corsage
Jaticin centered with' a white The 'groom is a graduate of
orchid.: Clewiston High School, and at-
-- Miss Doris Booker, drier of tended Palm Beach Junior College .
the bride 'wa maid of honor He completed a tour year
and only! attendant She wore enlistment in the U S. Air

Hudson (Bud) Graham -

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; TAX COLLECTOR HENDRY COUNTY'
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llendry County resident 19 years Out of BusinessKHAKI

Accountant 18 years ((17 years for School Board) E. NALL

Finance Officer for llendry County School Board 13 years PANTS LEVIS
Closely associated with Tax Collectors Office for 13 years' reg: 888 '

I,' I PLEDGE: $3.10't rag 449 I COUNTY COMMISSIONER. rt

An efficient tax collection service ",. > ".. Maintain Clewiston Sub-Office and increase it's operation as required $2.19 $3.75 District One I

Y .. Qualified By Experience
4i Public Notices and reminder on/ tax deadlines --
Continued personal service 'TAW'AIMS\ : 20% OFF (Political Adv, paid by CampbeQ E. Nail)

I No outside interest will' devote fvJl time to the jobJt ", ..... .
Boat Cushion "
Jt : (Political Adv. paid far: by Hudson CraJura) Life! Fmcrver TENTS

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rrBiKE: RITE 4'e Can 63tI KNEEBOOTSreg$4.75HIP a,00 only I left REVIVAL


I FootLockers
t PILLSBURY CORAL BOOTS ,

'.. Flour .."....... 5-lb.49 $9.50AND
J DEL Mom BRAVO :

Tuna Fish! ......._... 290 Corned Beef... Can 390 MANY OTHER BARGAINS
I GRAPE ANDApple Rev. PAUL BENNETT

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Jelly 20 oz. Gloss 29c TIME FOR A CHANGEIS

j Evangelist Moultrie Ga.
SURE CATCHING ON . . ,
THE GLADES IS OVER-DUE FOR A
WUSONS WEBBS

;.j Bif and Mar _... Can 390 Rice ...u.. 3-lb.bag49g '. .
Full-Time "
MINOT BLUE PLATE: "

;. I Cranberry Sauce 2 for 350 Salad Dressing .. Pte 290 CalvaryBaptist \

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:s: Best Buys In Meats CommissionerLW.Bud

ChurchService
) WESTERN ROUND AND FRESH GROUNDHamburger.

4 L Sirloin Steak... Lb. 89% .... 2-lb. 990 ( )

WESTERN First Cut 'Center Cut

Pork Chops.. 390 590 Picnic Hams ..... Lb.390 WEAVER ,

$ t PALM: RIVER RIB AND BRISKET IS TOE MAX Nightly 7:45

Sliced Bacon ..... Lb. 49% Stew _..._....._ Lb. 29tFRANK'S
Only he (just 2 in'the race) can replacethe

part-time man the Glades haa had April 2026Special

for 20 years.

: In Palm heath! County its Gospel Singing Each Night

a TALK WEAVER NOW.

Grocery.Market VOTE WEAVER MAY 5 Herb Higdon, Pastor South ClewistonPale

BOMB OWNED AND OrllATED: BRING A NEW DEAL TO THE GLADES
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weekeiid attending the state are their lOll, Bob 1t 1\Iyc\(
convention of Future Homemak- his Weetman and Clewlston, Fli. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page FIve 1
roommate,
era of America. the Dick Kaiser, of Thursday April UJ, 19f Section Cue
School
of Medicine, Univer
Mrs. Kathryn Druhan. daughter ally of Cincinnati Ohio. Their -
of Mri. Mnude Ward 709 guests are Miss Barbara Thay. and Mrs. Yon Miss Suo Booker, ,
Central) Ave., and Gala Va., er of Dayton and Mica Penny; Raymond Yon. :Mr. and Mr*. Dickey tells
attended the State Conferenceof Ressegger of Cincinnati. The Dawson Bledaoe, Mrs. Oliver
the Daughters\ of American students will return to Ohio this Booker. Jeffrey; Nash Miss club provisionsof 0
Revolution *t the George Wash weekend. Doris Booker Mr. and Mrs.T.C. VOlE I
ington Hotel:: Jacksonville a* Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Moore. Yon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wm.A. billWhat I8J
delegate from, the John Macdonald Jr., and children of Altamonte Baker and Mr. and Mrs. rights
Chapter of Miami Springs, visited! :Mr. and Mrs. Henry; Andrei the Civil Rights bill now !
)Irs, Ruth S Okeeecbobeeand Spring. Fla. The chapter won W. A. Moore, Sr., and :Mrs. before the Congress really says
enter in Melbourne two award for work In the Percy Roland last weekend. Party is given was the topic of a talk which
ant 01\ Monday who to boarded a Junior American Citizens contest Mrs. Agnes Thomas of Belle for Valerie Cothern< Carlos Dickey made. to fellow ," I
relatives. Glade In
lib Cal was Clewlston on bust.ne's Rotarians Monday
Wle there to return to Mrs. Fred J. Hughes and and visiting friends Mon Little Valerie Cothern'xser: Dickey said there was considirable !,
ornla.Mrs.. children Mike and Chris, of day. noel birthday was the occasion?, confusion among many
Frank Gentry, Mrs. R.Cochran. Charlotte N. C. were recent for a party given by her'par citizens as to the exact contentsof
Misses Donna Red- jwiti vf her parents Mr. and Buffet ents, Mr. and Mrs. Van Coth the bill, and lit wnwnaTized" SEND ;
and Susan Schick were In VI ptA)1)) Hi KU\T, coming *jfodalty honors ern Jr., Saturday afternoon. briefly its general c>rovif (IM.
parents who attended. Mrs.
FestlwJ of V. S. Sugar Corpor were were:
ation. Accompanying her was Mr. and Mri. George A. Yon Joe Jackson, Mrs. Jeannette In federal elections the vote !
Mri.' Waiter were hosts Thursday Scott Mrs. William. Baker. Mrs.
Hughes of Rock-: evening cannot be denied to anyone with
Ray's Bakery Ingham.N. C. at a rehearsal party honoring Roy Taylor Mrs. J. E. SpoMwr, a sixth grade education. The
their son, Raymond Mis. A. L. Foster, Mrs. Rttuuld,
Cole Donley of Lake Placid Yon and speaker pointed out that In
Cakes visited Mr. and Mrs. his 'bride, Miss Sue Booker Hare, Mrs. LaVon Booth, Catherine Florida there is no educational :
Decorated C. M.
Specialty Pirkl, Sunday afternoon. His and members. of the wedding Betta Vyrue end Mitchell &1\11\ requirement for voting. J. R. (Jack) SPRAT'
Our arrival via tiellcopter,] landing party.'lbe Ann and Jimmy "Feeler The public accomodatloan .
YU 2-5101 QQ th>j high chad buffet supper was held Wanda'and Jay Spncmer. Volwy' section, which provides that
campus
Phono In the Pit Room Cothern Marie Hare, Joe and
.mted an tel'eBdivel'l1on\ tof the Glades rooming houses, hotels or motels I '
Sugarland Hwyext Restaurant wJvra Bill Taylor Vkkl Br..\lley, !
East lu ilIA: 'ncigltliorhbcd.iWJits qprlug\ flowers must be open to aU persons
to Loworn's II I ( In and greenery! wr i used In LonnIe and Kell :Baker, and Va- Irrespective of race (exception A
the home
I litre }3.. M. Weetman of this Dr.week and decorating. The neal was lerle's crandmt.\ lt1'. MI:'.1) a: is the small rooming house with t.) The
served by M. McAllister of Bell ,
cindMight to Mr. GUfli.\ not more than five rooms In
Birthday cake and p'incf:)'ill ere which the proprietor resides). i
a served to the guests Any restaurant, filling station,
place of entertainment, or any LegislatureA
Hi HavenV.M.U.. establishment located In such
I place ((1. e. a barbershop
a met Mondw! night within[ a hotel) must be open I
Mrs. C. W Mint { to all persons Irrespective of I

s d alaeSs5 sect asS.,., era ilia 1112.et.11., .rd sheet seas, Haven the meeting BaptU of CtiWA W :U. U.:Monday of HI race.Mr, Dickey pointed out that MAN WHO HAS SHOWN DURING THE PAST 16

taea evening.; Mrs ill'a+ Rich presented the Conunisalon: on Civil Rights
'" a prognu on the topic will be continued (under provisions
"Our JewUh :'\ gh.bors." of the measure) as an
YEARS THAT HE HAS A SINCERE AND UNSELFISH
'. Devotion wend>i given by :Mrs. information gathering agency.
-:: :: C W. R. Broad-let I|nd Mrs. Mann, (This commission holds secret
,.' and Mis. Turvr, And Mrs. Jack. meetings and witnesses are. for.
son presented committee i"!vports. bidden to repeat outside any
,
testimony or questions spoken INTEREST IN ALL THE PEOPLE OF HENDRY CQUN- I
Attending were Mrs Mann during the meetings)
:Mrs. W. R. Baxter, Mrs. Broad- The speaker pointed out that
The rick, Mrs. Victor Turner Mrs. the Rights Bill, In its present
important about
thing being Sam Rich, Mrs. Floyd Royals form, would extend name new TY. /'
and Mrs Joe Jackson. freedoms to some people, but

popular is staying that way. also larger denied group.President other. freedoms top :I

Wide-Track Pontiac Carl Hornsby presided -

Stitt, contest at the chairman meeting., reported John A PROVEN RECORD OF PUBLIC SERVICE i
Patients admitted Letha Free that Clewlston was conceded
man, Charlotte Langdale Betty M winner of the tit{club attend. r-
Ft )Ider, Betty Jennings, Jo Ann sore contest,but he has received
:M- Mahan Gary Gunson, Gil no official report on whether { (Putil political advertisement by J. R. Sprstt campaign treasurer) I I ,
Gunson. Leroy WUkerson, Hula Belle Glade or Pahokee :is tit.
Billie L. M. Lilly. Lucille Sum. losing club. 1
merall, Gal.i Cark Paul Lundy .1 r
Velma Berber Dillon Hall
Margaret Bowen, Mae Mathls -
Lace Greer, Girlie Henson,
Marie Tiger, Arthur
Bertha f

John Patients Gunn.rem.ainJng-GU Gun- Thrifty Drug SALE 1

son, Florae DicUon. Marjorie ,;
Ellis, Lace Greer. Paul Lundy ..
Arthur Carruther. Dillon Hall ,
v / Velma Barber Arthur Bertine, a v ,

1N .r I II o han Marjorie Margaret Smith, Jo Bowen Ann McMa-Gale Thursday, Friday, Saturday ,. i,I

Ciark, Girlie Hanson OraUa,
3 Oorir, Marie Tiger I... :M. I
f each week for FREE
I '?ill { !', 11 ''C hilly R M. Lucky; John Gunn, L Register, gift j
Vemon UtM'. flan. MatlJii.,
\\t$ inrirttai unrcr fuanlla Martinez: taaa Use
Frankll.1 Lucill AimuneialL, Plastic Electrolux I''
Pixie BU1I Davy eeds ;
Set your authcrr4! flwtftoc dealer for.wide choice of
Wlde-Tmcha avid trod sand tea BIRTHS '' ,
cm .. r
I Mr. and ltr. Jimm' Fle'der Alcohol, ... 'pint 19 95 ;
are parents of a girl, Vivian $29
"CHUCK" WELLS MOTOR CO. INC S 'Lynn, who wa born on Saturday I**. 4Vc .
April 11 la KeiMtrjr!: General VACUUM CLEANER .' .
Sugarland Highway Clewiaton' -'I'' ) Hospital wilyhLeg six Maalox-Liq. $1.29 a
.
pounds IS ounces.Mr.
and Mrs. Ray dart are v reg. $1.59

the weighed proud seven parent pounds of a non at birth who Anacin ((1b0)) nn 990 '" PLASTIC Ice.Trays '

on Monday April 13. In Heodry Shoe Boxes 1
re, '1.25 Pails I
General Hospital.Mr.
:. and Mrs. Carey Henjon, 190 I
Enjoy Sunday Dinner LaBefle are the proud parentsof Buffered Aspirin 39 590 Limit 8 l'
a son, who "was born on Monday t

April 13,The In baby Hendry weighed GeoerallJoep1taL ((100)) 690 IK CatContainer Large LinedBeach .

eight pounds ten ounces.: Laundry !
at the 8 TUBES LISTERmC Bag
i''< Boat Club plansFt. Baskets '
lt Myers cruise Tooth Paste nn. 970 $1.98 980

,t0s; The Clewlston Boating Club 690
1000 MERRELL>
will cruise to Fort Myers Sunday

t Interested; and Its boating member enthusiast Invite an 5 gr. Aspirin .n. $1.19 Hair Dryer t
THE INNTable ,
riFWKTIlN
to Join the group. Car Mats reg. 12999
Club members plan to leave (;' ,,'
the B&B parking lot at 9 a.m., Paper Goods 2 for $1.29 $14.95 '
trallerlng their boat to LaBelle. : I
They should be leaving! LaBelle
boat ramp at 10 a m. and reach 1 10 rolls Swan OOg Electric Tooth Brush I
d' hote dinner selectionsserved Fort Myers In time lor lunch at
the Edison Cafeteria.The tissue paper reg. 11903 .
cruise along the Caloosa- '
from 12.00: noon to 2:30 p.m. and 6: ({p-m' to 9:30: p.m. hatches River from Fort Myersto 2 rolls paper towels A7* $11.88 ,
LaBelle I 11 considered one of
tile prettiest in the state and twin packS SALE''i
Sunday. April 19. 1964 members are looking forward

to Sunday' trip. facial tissue 21* REGAL Hair Dryer .. $n.88
-\,0\; reg. 35c
ti'

'., Entrees ,, KELLY'SUSED Thrifty facial tissue 29* Terry Cloth CREST Can Opener .. $7.77 "

Roast e" $3.75 reg. 35c $2.98 reg. $19.93 .:
prime rib of beef au jus CARS56Ford2dr.H.T.$395

Baked turkey with cornbread dressing Tool assortment 88 r.BEAUTIFUL I I

cranberry 2.15 PLASTIC 5-Transistor Tape Recorder ;;
sauce '56 Ford truck 395 hammer saw, etc.

Broiled top US.: choice dinner steak 4.25 '55 Olds 4-dr. II.T. 295 /

tend '55 Chev 2-dr. sedan 295 ,
Golden brown cornfritters Ladies Nylons $19.88
fried chicken with 2.75 '57 Chev V8 495

maple syrup. '57 Chev V8 425
light; irregulars; a
Grilled 54 Ford 2-dr. 95 er
red ( hotel butter
snapper, maitre(1' ':U j,2 '54 Ford 4-dr. 95 3 $1.00 a : '
pair Whitman'
Broiled j! lamb chops a la Nelson JiOOFr '54 Chev truck 195 Deliciousasst'd
.. ----- .-: '55 Chev Wagon V8195 WasteBaskets t
H chickeTlive omelet 2.SO 150 Candy
55 Ford
Wilkinson radio : 1.
--- '56 Old 4-dr. H.T. 395 batteries cookies j' I
Entree rolls '56 Chev 4dr. V8 395 I word blades 1-lb box $1.69 i'W'
includes juice or scrap, salad choice of two vegetables rag 90e
$1.29
butter beverage and dessert Kelly's Used Cars 79* 39* reg. 2.00 2-lbs. 970l' I '

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Inspector :. >'4 and vndlnc October It, list.v O'elnd& I. lilt ,,.,
:JUlph Taylor, :>i4 tluil iiald" budget le on file day, thq a
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Ss TIIE XEWISTON NEWS ClcwUon. Fla.Iaurpdav i 'n the' ilira. of Lhe secretary of ale Uu
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10 1964 Section! One ; .. ln. < brGdnri' imrut and the same may the boat! ",, a ",'..
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Apr' rt pe
Les ,
Hui' '
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Coming April30ezal -- ..._ -- ..- ..- lI333d ', I: 'in'Ittr PLACE. lUrputyPulJ.1NG ):' Her,
:" a'I "" \ } t>l.ltl CUMMLNZTTCEItT1R BucurlanU Thu Hoard Drain of if Supervisor a Dlatrtot willet of JItt! ; .so ant" ,tl" I' .1 t,1', t..
and 30 days contional pardon l f loot( 'i*
Destruction and I : ... the office of the Lilatrloton ,
I'A In t'l* lt i : 'iI[
on contributing to a minor providing f I \ : A oP %.. May 7, titet at 1:20: o'clock in Clowlaten. "'E, ;'
Prrrlart Fund! .,. l ,
Bmatarn ntor4udThaw ,0'4'':
he not appear in courtor 1.11.I: Bryan, Clerk the afternoon to Plat cool| <'
contributing draw \ Fannla Stanford lB.aeterI for /*. nurpomi of ktemrlBir j'>.lve. lUujr". I"ij"",. "I-l;( '
be found with boys 1r
ORIGINAL ytnaafer r : : I Ann: Wllklrn. ImapeeMr objection and complaint' wit Saesd_ 'JUhljo, '

Earl Franklin, accessory to J, ,\ Iris M. nethea. Inspector reipeet SOARD to OF mM.UPMRVISKWUI8UUA.RLAND budiret. IIrOIOrty) .. ato
light sentences the crime of destruction of publie ,'. Paul EmrlchpDeputy: r DRA1NAOE DO- Merente with kll the te",:::.

A An array of charges against property, $1Z or A days and ANNIE.. HALL REI8IDBNCJD C.TRICT W. Kneoht!, Praaldett. any sea tb reunto b.lonalo: :r, W11t't'' :

Charles C Platt. Earl Franklin 15 days conditional! pardon not Fnrlmrt !N' .- f- CM 438-April U, II, lut sold t:aattafy",1,1':, '; r' 4

and Douglas Smith boiled to appear in court on similar 't Addle Mildred Mllla Wheeler, Clerk InspectorKllubeth ,,J .1e4 this ,th #.,'

10 BIG oars down to minor: sentences before charge and $23 or 10 days suspended \ Blllle. inspector NOTICE) '0/ JAMES "t' AIItIy

Acting City Judge Carla sentence for contributirj : a1"1 Lee Voder, Inspector Notice I* beraby given that. &D.clq M..t.r. In FOI'NTJI
Naomi' Blonaker. ln.p.ctor In accordance with Chapter I2( l. /.t Carlo. R. C.aa:. ;'
Dickey In City Court last Wed to a minor. Joyce A. .Fuller Inspector Florida Act of 1141, the Board Attorney for PI.lntllt Dlckry
nesda,. Ernest O. Miller, DeputyJTjI.UNO of Hupervlaor of Kltta Uralnaajo> Clewleton Florida
PLACE!! District has causal to b* pro* Cld -h p. lY, ZI,
a CITY HALLPreelael Debt Service 10, lilt :
budget
Charles Platt, who is currently pared requirement a I :: ta hd't coat of

on probation, received a suspended OWA issues No.' 8Mattle maintaining and operating all IN THE CIRCl"IT COUII't i
Hilton Clerk AND FOR R
sentence of S25 or 10 Mcbrlde, Inipeetornklna. of the work and Impr..m.atoof HENURY COUNn, I
\ ti.q ,t.t Jaine' A. the District> for the period FLORIDA
days for driving with a restricted Grady Moody, Inspector beginning' 1114 and CHANCERY!! N'I.' m.
cruise Atha ltathla Inspector endingOctober: .i'l5, and that L1LU AlAI:: W11.L11I, 1
driver's license; suspended new tips"Cruise t 1.I'UIf
von Leroy Hulm.L lnnp.clorJoe aid budget I Ie on file In the ,
'bre tan sentence of $25 or 10 days for Inspector office of the Secretary of the ROBERT WILLIs, DorI4oot.! I
careless and Frank Dixon Deputy District and the Bam may bo < TO
driving causing an
mimeographed
Tips, a 1UU-INU PLACE: the TOR'i oTAddraas DEpLtip I
office of
examined at the :
accident; was sentenced to summary of facts and TIlE 1964 TIGER Clewblon Ilifh School's innaal dedicated MAtiUNIC HALL Secretary, Willie Unknown I

.v S12.SO or 5 days for destruction description of the Okeechobee: aad presented to Kenneth Walker by Mba Debbie Kemp. Preelart >.. a- The Hoard of Supervisor of You are hereby III"1htt i
of private and 90 days uoralnf at school Eula O'Neal, Clerk JWta Drainage District will meetIn suit for dlvoroe, has ..... a
property Waterway, including the Caloo- The presentation waa evade Friday Inspector the office of the Dlatrlct on as.lnet you by Lilts y Vaj I
WAITING with conditional pardon providedhe sahatchee River, Lake Hicpo- -JTT.UT PHOTO. Dora Leola Lee Jacobs Belcher, Inspector Muor T, U" at I.00 o'clock In 1ft the above Court You?art
nd.r ..I.edN not in court ever Edna Gunn, Inspector the afternoon, Eastern StandardTime geared' to file your aniw.. r"
appear
Ghee Lake Okeechobee and the for the purpose of hearingobjections ; the Clerk of the tie
Ihs vewds that he deposit his driver's license St. Lucle River has been Issued L. U Lowe Deputy and complaint with erve a copy thereof Court ate f I
new Msst'a: recently purchased POLLING PLACEPreclnet /: upon K a.
SAYS INIRGY with the Chief of Police by the Okeecbobee. Waterway High school annual tor tie band. KELLY TRACTOR COIL' respect to Of said SUPERVISORS budget.BOARD Johnson Plaintiffs: CUwlaton,

Del yr pr.pere y.w order for 30 days; and that he make Association under date of Shaw music for. this concert PANT K1TTA DRAINAGE DISTRICT for May II, I l4i; othSw..
restitution for the lawns he destroyed March 1964. dedicated to Walker 1*. leL. W C. Prawltt, Prl Jnt. action will. \ proceed en part'!lilt,
2 lot will be<> selection bora the M. Kitchens Clark CN 417-.April t, II, nit Witness my hand and.Wd i
.; prlcf'ot" providing the labor himself -
The sheets bring up to date of the lucent. ling and I" 1 lv Richard Rodgers Minnie Archie, Inspector said Court in 1..0011' Herat
sentence of $25 -, looking an County
; suspended / Catherine Hall Inspector llorldn" this tlh Or '
t the Information limed (In the NOTICE) g'a
PLUS"NNYI Apri
Duals ever" ,
: or 10 days destruction: of deicriles Oe 1964 Llnnle Mae Sinker Inspector
original "Cruise Tip?' last lifer book Owlstcn The concert begins! at 3 p.m. J min Lone Deputy Notice I 10 hereby given'that. In / / DOHOTHYfVa CURl
public property and tho same year of 'tLINU' PLACE, accordance with Chapter 1181) Ilreult:
year, which proved very helpful and the pubic la Invited to at (ri<" SuClerk cepQ
for contributing to a JJW1 I'. High School.) The book was UILLKR.S RESIDENCE: Florida Law of IU' the Boardof
Rexall to 'boatmen, especially: those dedicated to Kenneth Walker social tend. There is no( admission CN ill-Apnl II, Wi>> '.p.rvl.n of Piston letandDrainage ; fi. ."April I, a tj || IH,
,
Sugarland Albert H. Leltner, Improper cruising the Caters for the charge Dwtrlot. bas caused:
studies teacher' at the to b* prepared a budget of the
muffler $10. first time. Locking Instructionsand school by annual editor! Debbie ADVEIIT1SEMENTSOUTH DoM service requirement and
Smith to FLORIDA cost: of maintaining and operating
Pharmacy Douglas accessory other pertinent Informationis
Kemp In ceremonies Friday In all *f the work and Improvement REELECT
the crime of destruction of public given along with descriptions the Gym. CONSERVANCT DISTRICTTO ef the District for the
Highway Clewiston property $1250 or S days of picnic areas and other Local firm wins WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: period beginning November I, FRANK
nit book cons'J1JI an unusually Take notU-e that puratiant to Ult and ending October SI, 1965, SCHAUG
faculties! along the nub! the provlalona of Chapter S0477, met that said budget Is on file
large number at pictures lAws of Florida, AcU of l'll. In the office of the Secretaryof
kcl elf you have never cruised of student '.n various activities dealer award tho bourd of gupervlaora of the U* District and the same maybe your
this scenic route you aro In for South FlnrMa Con*.rTancr Dletrlct examined, at the office of theSe State
students \ttornov
boor .
ONE/VUNITED SUNSHINE STATEDickinson sputa: has aiii.t to be prepared. rreutry,
a pleasant surprise" mays, and selective individuals a budget of tht bond requirenvnta The Hoard of Supervisor of
Cruise Tips, "because it is truly Attending a banquet Saturday and of the Ma one of the moet beautiful waterways Among the noted were Labe) ) at Ltrnvbardo'i Port O'CaU. St. r.'lltlr.m"nh> of south riorliaCoiiMervii wiJ:1 meet' In the office ot tho IXe.trlof .
Speakl litartinex,[ and Jimmy Montgomery icy IXatrlct fcr the ..n May I. 111 ..t 11:"
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in the country. The channels Petersburg, was' Richard Ihelpn fear l>e ,lr..l.lnf the lat dayNovember ". o'clock In the mornmur, L..to.t.'a'
To You-The PeopleSaturday are wn protected, safe most talented; Phyllis of Hendry County Motors!, who J9I1, and ending the standard Time, for ur/lO.1I
ilel. day of IKitober Ittft, Bald. ., al.l
( wreiso Crouch and Tommy :Moore objections comapSuitte r ? r rAl1rl rd
represented that firm In ton
and well marked. You are never \'udl'elo among other thinae! with respect to .Id
mere than a few miles from most likely to succeed; Donna honor banquet ot tt e Ja uoD- chows the amount of Malnlln. budget< .
Redlsh and Mike Mazzina j.nce Tax per acre neceMary tobe HOARD SUPERVISORS
.UD "civilization! but it looks for ville Ford sale cIL.tJ let. levied: upon the lends wltMitaald HIMTONtDI8TWCT; Or i01LANU DRAh'JACIE

all the world like you are lost most althletlc; Ronnie Olden The sales award was presented District/ for the year 1914, !! .
and Arlene Ingram, cutest; Ron which budget" hue bon completed C W. Knethr, PresidentC:4
In a tropical Jungle-make it a to Phelps as one of 38 bl t."e and presented to the Board and 414-t-Aprll I, II, 1IS4.IW .
nie Olden and Jackie Goldman
DiCKinSOnCli. placed on file In the office/ ot
real pleasure cruise! -etcp. for district who almoi.t qunJfJel I I If Ir'
most popular; Tommy RldgdlU the Secretary nt the Bald Din.trlct
an hour or a week at any one of and Tlllla Hlgdon. best all for the coveted: Top Hat uar.1 1 and tho same may be examined THE: CIRCUIT CCTJW CFHENtiRY r
Is, OOVIRNOW the towns on our waterway and this year. Only one per rent of at the mid office; that COUNTT.: *-L Hln'-
around; Larry Williams and the hoard ef lupenrlnore. will IN CHANCKRlf No. Chile
enjoy true 'Southern hospitality' Sandra Pace most schoo' the nation's 30,000 Ford dealership meet at t-JO: o'rl.i-k A. M. Friday, HARD) LUMBER READT.MIX .
Cli. 11 1 1:30 P.I. ." spirit; salesmen receive to Top May S. A. D. Hi I at the office of INC( etc.
.. Chris Kelly and Robert Thompson the South 1'10.da Coneervaney Plaintiff,
1j---- -- best dressed; and BeverlyEtherton Hatter Award. District In Buile Glade Florida, '..
and from day to day thereafter at ALUMATROK INTERNATIONAL
and Tommy Nowllng. may be necessary for the pur- WO. etc. wt al., cr
(PoL sdv jxL by Dickinson for governor state camp. treas.) Hi Haven Baptist wittiest. pose of hearing Jectloaa and Defendant. .
complaint concernlnc Mid bnd- NOTICE OP MASTER'S BALE)
The annual was prepared by glinted Notice I 10 hereby given that
plan revival Debbie Kemp, editor Beverly this 10th day of. April the undersigned a* Special Master
;
A. n.,19a4. under and by virtue of the
Etherton.- business manager; SOUTH FLORIDA CON- Final Deere of Poreolo.ureheretofore
Rev. Vic Turns of the
:, pastor
Owner Must Sell HI Haven Bni>tlit, Ctmici this Donna Redlsh, organization editor By durance SERVANCT W. Knecht.DISTRICT Lain caul pending entered In III the that Circuit on-

; Bonnie Knowles, assistant NOTICE Chairman of the Board Of Court for Hendry County florl-
week announced plans:) for a revival -
gupervlaora da, being Chancery Case No. SflO, GiveFRANK
editor and Giddens
Chris
,
at his church April 2029. ; In compliance with flection CN 440-April II, M, I>/.. In which.: MARS LUMBER ft
3 bedroom 2 bath home Rev. Bob Utatlils, paalor V classes editor; with W. G. 102011 Florid. Htatute ol U9J, READY-MIX INC., etc I* plain
P-ary and Frank Gentry advls- nolle I* hereby given that the tiff and ALUMATRON INTER SCHAUBa
the Midway Dajtist Clatrcb.Vlcksburg Hoard of NOTICEaccorrdance '
County Commissioners NATIONAL. INC. eta. at el., are
lYnntssM wll tin orr, of Hsndry County Florida, hay.appointed I Chapter h1 557 defendant, I, a* Special Muter
1250 ft. with 800 in 2-car the following (election with In Chancery appointed by the second term as
sq. more garage the evaD< will' begin Officer for each of the Precinct of bride Acts of !tIT, the Board Court In Bald decree, under and
each evening a''; T:4i:( aJIII j of Hendry County, Florida, to Drain.Buperrlaor... of Sucarlaad by virtue of the term thereof your
and urnlilKsd hold tho Primary Election District has eaueed to will offer for sale .
workshop. Partly Lat.tt. crowds and .11 atKbllc
be
the public' if 'cordlaC; Jivritof." May Itb, Uti: Service prepared a budget of the Debt outcry to the highest and State AttorneyPolitical

with complete kikiien. to attend. lrertaei. No. I_ cost of maintaining requirement' and and operat.ot the northern bidder front for door cash the.t'Court the ( adv. paid by Frank
concert' of
; attend i Glenore Pltaen. Clerk Insj all of the work and Improve."I House of Hendry County, In the Schaub. campaign treasure!
r' .. Buaclel Durranee, Inepector ? 3, of the District 1 for the 'lIt, of LMJelle, Florida, on theta
three lots Uri. Charlie hay, Inspector beginning Noven.ber ;.
Rolf UMI ,, day of May, 1114 at eleven
1 piixk Itoloree Holoubek, Inspector

I beautifully built and immaculate Business Lots TIn CViwb'on' Ailtfi SchoolSue'ajiand lira lrL epector Uoorie A. HeinleIn- I ,-

IC..II' Fletcher, Inspector
,
Band will f.ent O. O. HUM, Deputy.
Terms can be arranged.J. 1 'x100' to 20' Alley M* seconl lit mile of cotv- PULUNU 8UOOH PLACE: j
OARAOH)
across from Parkinao/ts cert in, thePart.. Sunday} at -- ate-Elect-
rrerlaet Ne. 1Charlotte
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: J. I IL! BEARDSIEYItEGKiTEtED Dade-Monrco The Erst concert held test R.a.1. Turnery Pltulmmona Inapector Clerk
Neva'
Sunday iwa **!i attended aDd Graham Inspector
a1*?'* tamfort. Inspector
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HEAL ES.TA1E BtOKZft' Realty aD appredalivw marches, waltzes audience, overtures enJoyed O. RUh.V'"Mk, ) ) ,ctor Inspector J. HOMER

E. SutTuluui; Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501;'' 509. W. SngarlandJIwy; and popular muilo. Albert POU.INO Miller.I'LACEt Deputy .

. ,a YU 3-2941 Special future of this week'sconcert flRB HOUSE

.4. .will be the "Sugar .....1... N.. a- ;

: Swings.." the popular Dudelaad Bylvla 1 Ella: Burchard Hill, Clerk, Inspector

f group composed I of membersof Thelma Orwl. ,, laapeotor. BIBLESUPERINTENDENT'

I / the Bucartand Band ,This .is (Fredna Shy. U Earl:Hampton Taylor:. Inspector, Inspector

the group that has been *o frequently ri ; Deputy
KLLINO
Invited to play tor PACK:
COURT HOUIE2MM.e
REIIELECTEIRLDYESS Croup throughout the communi:
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ty. The Sugar Swings win play Ouulo a.Crawford Clerk

several authentic DUktynd jury Murray. Inspector
number, Dora Dintela, Inspector OF
Doris V.ush.n,
; j Also to b*> featured on the Caaal- rfenlala. Deputy ln.pMtor

concert will be Warren Fletcher IVLLINO PLACE!;
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trombone soloist and the entire OFFICE

pas section Peet No. S_ PUBLIC
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\ :' i 1 i: I l > t ti R Song-A-Rsma An c.unlng of gospel
; song
i I, end ma.C! Wilt enjoyed, by an
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'C" L as' ED'If; I'I ,,1 I cppr lU\. number, Sunday t

: I \ \ / ,' kGlee Cmy citcrnoon a school In the mnatorlum Harlem Acid-with ,

'f/J"/ Mrs. T J. Sander in charge.

1'Ott) SA,JS!: OR RL-NT'ew' du- FOR' PJ2TT Quirt rtr cl: This activity was sponsored by
rFhS.,1 F ple*, 'three: bCd1'MCu.! honed and beato ales\ .ping 198 4-to' r hardtop Q,,'v'> iiu! the Band Parent Club to fur

70i peat< tccitk/n-./ : Obispo Et. be. room with kitchen. : ". i!. euttt( \ .lull J 23000 Actual miles. : Est ther their effort toward band I
i -_m charge; tour to- teen Corona and Pa/oifle SU. deitfed. VU 23621. tic dean t F>.'.' salo by ovum!! uniforms
? oU uwAiprtoirftteM.PHON'E Cant, Lee VPilion, (U. t,: 241143, Apt SOp The participants were: New
0351, Lake Pa-k, Tie tfo FOR RENT OB SALE-2. bedroom I Bethel A. M. E. Choir No 2.
CUD11S] MERCANTILE: CUM
YUkon 31301 cuw Sleeps S. WIth the Gospel Foretgnaire and
PANT authwUed: Singer Sw&t -
Aluminum Cabana and screen Cioira Number 1 and 2 of the
DEMAND\ CHEATER THAN
BiWf will
whose T room. Ft Joe U rigid> \Write :Cox; MiiVn dealer' ant
rfflOM Friendship Baptist t Church. Asum
>, acts Irt houM
cla. fie4 EVJCU acreage service sawing machine inOewlrtm
the .
XX Cnristaa
in News, Box 12J8, of $4515 donated for
Far was
Ie bujlnetws, ... have customerswaking I
two pue : area every Saturday
pck; np ClewUton.
III' tie the bind uniforms The Band
Cmtsl Theatre. List your property with Phone WY 1.5652, Bell Glades
wile!
4,.. .f the N.w.Swatre. ua. J. r:. Beardsley. Ph YU frank C. emcnefc K\) t Parents would like to pay
co special thanks to these participants \
PIS... DIGIt bbesfed 2-7&1.; ito
and We-. FOR REHT-Small house bur 1".4\ SA1X-1K3 Ducat: ) Motor. .
for before nUhed or unfurnlKhed, $33 cycle Runs and ]look like
difINCOME. 215 Acres Cleared per ttonta. See Mrs. /bloan" 433 new 1250. Mike Wheeler, 111 E. ch wiiis 1st place in district Personal Mention
E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnon. Pasadena MajTc i
Adjoining City
Uc Mrs. Julia Sales has been ill !
For sub-dividing. don SALE-One portable Welder The Glee Cr*l d'' KitViu Oewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pap Sever I for the put week, but to the '

Frank Denmead Realtor Jr Gasoline 130 AMP and one Academy' under \M wpervWon Thursday, April 18, 1964 Section: One delight of her many, friends "
YU23UII' portable Steam Cleaner In very of Mba V, Randolit., as SlT-t- good condition. Call YU 2-1238. real and Miss A I&: 0 Thomas
> and able to receive her customer \
as a r ,
L"-, ,,,, WHILE THEY LAST pacagel Dist tel Clgbt Musts\ Festival la3Uvlra We regret very much to hear
I of one dozen 3"x3" scratch Bench, or? March 18. that Miss Geneva hills wasstricken

; -' I pads for only 25c. Place. a "lie group sang let The' ;to Be with illness and confined -
11m 11\\ scratch pad in every room of Mu
1 I I'.+ .{ the house for convenience. The As a consequence of winning MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored New Editor We send "Get Well Wishes" to

''- .r.rI DlBrOR Qtwlston Mew, tf first place, we became Phone YU 37891Employee her for an early recovery
< Unfinished! :3 I 'JeJ 'I ''''' 11' ': eligible to attend the State Music

$3.500 equity "best way Ian FOR SALE *- Parakeets $2.00 : Festival in St. Petersburg
room it 432 W. El Pass \; YOUR CJOLDRETS: IIIte up, Mynah, birds, African lovebirds on April 18 First place il the
get J. Whitney 1173 N. VM tor June\ White for School monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet same as a rating! of 1. .
ftrite Mabel Baal Member, District No 2. Wild y r "
boarding Thompson
MWi St.. Miamla. Fla. Apr23o ..- ,PAd PoLUcsJ Advertisement! Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- Chaperones for the group to A
the District Festival Included
tic 1236 Ito
Acres JCR' I!,BUT:. -Furnished cabin Mrs. F. A. Schaffer, Mr. W. L.
540 and trailers.. Johnson Flsl&sffCannp. SUP COVERS and drapes. Cus- REGISTERED CITRUS TREES Falrley. Mr. J L. Morgan, and

Adjacent to dewistoa.lor YU 2-1M1 tic 'k.mI.ade./ Complete: ; line cf FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. Mr. Thomas Gary, Jr.
Geared Suitable drapery and tllp cover fabrics. M. Tomllnson, Ona, Fla. Phone
sub-dividing US. 87 1'011. RENT-Trailer* and Ttafltx Free estimate Ca YU t-5831. RE 5-2786. tfo
Fronting Denmead Beauor : space*. :Royal Palm Trailer Van Oothern's Custom Furnitureand Band Parents Club Notts

tank YU3-34U Piy*, Phone YU 1-2603.: tic Upholstery: tie ALL MAKES 21" USED TV The club sponsored' a Gospel
SETS Guaranteed. S1IU
_. FOR;, R2OT: -Nr Witt": 1 Iit.raJM' RADIO TV SERVICE. Caritt- down, $14.04 per' month. LAKE Song-A.Rama Sunday aftermon,
REAL ESTATE April 12, at the eymnatorium.
wigs bedroom
two
APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. tic
,. era Radio & TV Sale with
kORTHSIDE! home or SIIftrl a: kjlreondtldoa.;! By freak cYU servit Nickell There were featured quartets
I ment property priced CN.1.) &*" 4srtuoth- 2-Ma. ttaOH Building 108 FOR SAIX-43MOO NEW: and gospel choirs, visitors tad
Lrably under market.KORIHSIDES Bend) '(Street. Otwlstoo. Fla. WAf. ...UJ fu-LMET PIANO SI loraL Proceeds: from this .t.>
Phone '7t(; 2-I1&o.<\. YOUR PHIl..
feEWT 9 room furnished. WITH ,
> bedroom fmnur" NOTE crnnijsns\ tart will be added to the tfoniwy / -
Tar fished. ImmllculAiUt.ORTBSIDEI 11, IU1D"'niCuI: ,, \ be see at 4m CO D1IJ lB. tin BEtiat BEATER 10 YEVRFACTCRY of the Band Parent dub ,,< : )
I
I! bedroom frtan''', & Virtue. Apr2ScBedroom FOR: SranCE or parts for WARRANTY: AM>' to: be used In the purchase of

f 19000MMAGE. EJectrolux: EASY\ TEIXMS. JiTL IK*&* uufcjrnis Mrs T. J. Sander. whose .."
Sem Voeng your vacuum clearvr *l VA Sugar Corporation Co -. Albi-rt Cresble. Hctbmt Sebarffet: Best.
at nanaUIt.] call Jim Inman YU 2442LAprMp LEGGETT-JONE3 MUSIC co.," 'wait tlutlrman of the committee, period ef Mmes reached IS flan reeelved Junta Pliimmer and Vivian Andaman. Mak- 'I
BIIDII 0<'>>( Z 325 W. AVE. A. BELLE GLADE. tot this affair.
3 ACRES NEW 1 : : .
their emblem has presentation at Cw Sugar tog the/ SviientaUon wet* three erislalst D. 'J I
bath frame lwn .. Hmwoofi :'- Frame J'JouM. Gene Wilson FLA. AprS'.IoB The regular meeting of the Bone Barbecue, at the end of the current! T. Vimttal;, C. W. Kneeht, fdm B. Boy, .Bidntr i

'Sat just been remodeled club _i FHA HOMES In Broward 'Jit of ahade in yur-t (tonight April 16 W* are expecting -
twenty IF ITS UNIFORMS see in first! o Pickle Was Owen. U C. MeCleadou. W. .. Was H. Lmtor, and Fred C. like. s ,
Film Beach and Did coun- AlreaJr financed Move fa special guests and all
tel, various sloes and prices.Il with small down pjr ent, Maid Nurses Doctor', Beauticians:and, Waitress Barber's, members are asked to pleasebe Walters George Brown, Mile Roblu. ..se, Bea -AVI:SILL PHOTO ::1 !
Frank Oeuweal BaaliM
? > cash paymentirCR Jacket The only uniform shop present and on time. I,
ROT Efficiencies and .YUM421 for miles around LINNIE'S J. S. Gajadha, President. ,

bourse u ile. UNIFORM SHOP, 1635 Hendry
Over 1,000,, vacant lot to elect FOR RENT Three bedroom duplex Street. Fort Myers. Janltfo Church News j
from for ill purpose. Various Central heating and air I II

iprlcei. Terms.INVESTMENT. conditioning: Call after 4:00 p.m. BLUM
AND INCOME YU 3-2622 118 W. Sagamore. Very! Best Work- HELF ,WANTED WOMEN I Rev. L. Holmes, "istor. : It
PROPERTY. Available May 1. Itp We Save You Money I 'r'' ek7 I
1(360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent Sunday school, '::W. U L.
Plastering, Simulated Eton it.. pram 1 .
CBS construction, $23,000. FOR RENT-one bedroom furnished Stucco-Free Estimate WAITRESS WANTED-Glade* McKlre SuptMorning
LONG TERM, low Interest Apartment 75.00 per Licensed and Insured Restaurant' See Tony Toulls. worship begin II
(farm, cane, grove and ranch month. One to two persona only. 25 Years In Business Uo 10::55 a.m.Evening. f,
YU 2-3121. tie worship, 7pm.
I minimum 130,009. I
mortgages J850: Lora Street .
EARN $20 per day M toes li Weekly meetings. The aameaa \'
LISTINGS NEEDED
Fort Myers, Fla tfc
FOR RENT-Cm bedroom efficiency permanent route work. Wtt'train scheduled.
I. M. LANKFORDlet ED 7-Oin or OX 42874miscellaneous Ii
Real Estate Broker : apartment utilities mAIn or woman if Inexpoi tencod. Sunday, April It, the presidIng -
S30 East Sugarland Highway furnished Couple only. Phone Writ Mr. KEATH. Bit: Elder will hold his quar- Official ef UJ. Snisr CenMratlaa took B. Johnsod, Qeori'M Blekham' Roger WUhlte
Fire, Auto and General YU 24881. tfo 2766 Memphis 2. Tenn. 'll .erly conference. All member part In the presentation of service emblem Jlmmle Palmer te J. Kelly and Queenl

Insurance ROOMS FOR RENT Can YU WANTED-Energettc. responiilx nr. asked to cooperate la mak- to employees In the Sugar Harvest Festival at BaUer Mttlnf the presentation wares back .

Intwlston, Ha Ph. YU J.Z181 1-6881. itoFOR ble adult to introduce to housewife !log this day m success.: All the Sugar House recently. HeceUlor emblem row, C. W. Hneohl. H. T. Vaughn Sr.. E. C. :
the product she need Full CM M and board are .sked to for II years and more of lerrle were these Mills C. A. Martlnei, Wm. H. Laaler. John "
RENT-2 and 3 room furnished or parMlme work. Apply to cube financial end written re- left to right Joe Jenkins, Walter Mnrph, F. B. Boy, Fred C. Bike and W.. C.
425 Acres of Highly improved apartment Phone 2- ABC Box 1236 dewiston, Fla.AprtCp. JXJftS.Mt '
pasture. Over % mile ;2711. tie ) :; :
fronting! on U.s. 27. Five CuWarr' Baptist U.S.S. Corp. service emblems awarded employeesPresident j
... ... Pastor. ,
mile from dewlston FOR RENT dean modern f t Rev. 1. W. Kitchens: ,

hank knead Realtor room with kitchen, utilities Regular services are to be H. T. Vaughn: and ly Willie Weaver and Jimmy Mile! Robinson. W. R. Wilt V, '
YU 2-3421 phone and TV privileges.' Call $ for I Sale I held] In their usual manner at department heal! of 'U. S. Sugar Parker; 20 year emblem, Albert Ewan Waugh Daniel IVoderlcJc. .'
Apr23c
YU 24191. awarded emblem Crosble L. Jonie Williams I
O the regular time. Member and Corporation C. Mcdendon. Harvey Newberry ,J
FOR SALE 1984 Marietta b friend art Invited: to attend to their employee, whose Aaron Pickle, Herbert Schaffer, Vivian Anderson. I..
Trailer. 10'x55': Two bed- "Everybody'" BlrUll /," FrW term of service: have reached Benjamin Plummer. Bronze emblems for five :,:;

I Business rooms Like new. Phone luring day evening at the recreational IS, 20, 25, 30, Si, 40 years at 15 years service, gold emblems years and silver emblem lot ',,
DirectoryWALDRON'S office hours. YU -7 Aprlfcs center.-Mr*. Emma Dixon, reporter. the harvest end b.\rtcu. at the Lewis Whltefkld, Ben 10 years were distributed by ;
sugar house in CWw1 toD. Cook Odllam Owens West the department heads at Vha "',,

FOR. SALE-Payroll envelope, : Walter Murphy received agold Henry, Jr., George Brown various work station or offloea.

SEE US JOEBOTTLED printed with form for aocla1.ecurtb' HElP WANTED I MENMAN with ruby, sapphire and t11 ,
GAS withholding and other Educational Tour three diamond, emblem In recognition '
nus AND GROCERIES: deduction Box of 500 dewlston WANTED to manage and Te Blmlol In Bahama* of his 40 year with the Elite Cafe and Grocery :
Route
AppliancesSalesService If retail Watkins
operate a
office.
(Open) 7 a m. to 1 p.m. News In this area (Would consider The Harlem Academy acuity company. NEW LOCATION '

S3to8p.m. James M. Fountain lady. 40 to 60 years old. Earning and their guest took to Oboist an educational lathe P. B Johnson received a gold Corner Tennessee and Third Streets J
week from excursion with ruby, sapphire and two '
Sue Say a Week POWER GASCORPORATION FOR SALE Packard sedan of 112500 beginning per For person Bahamas Saturday April diamond emblem In recognition Open House ,

( beautiful condition, new b&toteT1 the very write 11. The fun began .* the group of his 35 with the com 19 1964 I
| CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) new generator.' Ready to Interview in your home motorcaded from Clewlston to year Sunday, April .
Ian Your Immaculate Interior. Mr. McGarity: P. O. Box Uf.WilliIt.on boarded toe pany. Home Cooked Food, Sandwiches: Cold Drink, Candles and '
Spur of Moment drive. Miami. The party_ ,
Florida, J2606. Apr Ito) Other awards were follows: Cookie .
Picnic CALL COLLECT: Priced: to elL See at "chuck"Wells "Orange Sun" at 9 arm and
with Exclusive
|rout lilies East of Oewlstoa South. Bay WY 68521BENDKY Motor Co. U arrived la Blminl about 1pm. 30 year emblem gold AtmosphereYou .
and diamond
Bare Beach dinner was served lit Bahamian ruby, sapphire are invited to pay us a visitDon't )
FOR SALE-One 14 ft Thompson where George Blekham, Queenia Butler
COUNTYTitle 1963 style. emblems with forget to purchase a Clewiston News
boat and trailer. ; 25 year gold
Attention Cattlemen & Abstract Co. U hp Johnson motor. LonnIe 1I The group shopped Island until and ruby and sapphire, Joe Jenkins YUkon 2-7651
Title Abstract*-no* Innruo* Ford. Uc J .browsed around the Roger Wilhite, Lee J. Kel I
R.. II tile time .. -.IIcIa&e FubU SterairaDberFhotoeepymr time to return. The whale trip
cwt 4ebs wWI a 1aug term DopUeattof FOR SALE-ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER war) entertainment on board .!
,km ho. low toierat. rate. Bridge 8b aU Park\ AT*. la perfect operating! with calypso music, dancing -. I
11'1IIIFederal LaSsEs Fla. F. O. Bos MlOKanc condition Your son or daughterwill game and different contests.
.nn enjoy for school Good for The' group arrived Miami at I

Land Bank office: May be seen at Glades LOST I W I FOUND I 1 about 7:30 pm.
lee es. Writ.W EVINRUDESales Restaurant Only *60. ito LOST-Chartreuse Paraket Answer safely.ended and all irrlved homeJulia's Political Rally

Trafl-
.MAY FOR. SALE-Used Home of Tweedy.
... er. 1963, 10-I53': 1500:; cub and to name .
lie Walea" and ServiceNew Finder please call YU
Blallea-, I'IerWaHATHCOCK'S' BaD4Iq take up payment YU 2-3421.tfo 32781Itc sponsored by ;

and Used MetersMarla

Eardwar i Beauty NookFor Democratic Executive Committee

Fart sad Aoeeesorte That New Look ',,',",

BALES .. naVlCIIIAU.AH'I' Marine Safety EquipmentFkeo ESTATE TllltI g. Styling, CuttlD"andN )
Appointments, of Hendry County
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--OPEN 11'. mWilliams 0-N1QJR R. E. WALDRON 'REAL DENKKAD Fee Mr*,Iaformadee'all Sale*.CaD rreprleter well
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P15kg' Repair! ,. All A..ua.e. For Home prompt.deliveryOF Efficient: YU WUl Favorite Harlem Mired DrinkFried Club: ,;

21etkleii Coatraetbu. THE MIAMI HT ALD Net 85000 per Week. Chicken.. fish. Hamburger ;
ri" _, ace11eD& profit and other Sandwiches 8 p.m. Harlem Academy Gymnatorium ':Z i I
a. .... ..UIII Call .Bobby GiddnTampa Going established local badness. with aa I.... Recorded Music ,

'J't1l-lstt .. Popular Band
.... WIll "..... : <
the day you Mr. wad M '
win start making you money ;\ '
business\
This "
Double "A"Roofing take overAll rreprleter .Be There-See and Hear

Tribune equipment. Ort';ftI and -uppU plus aD adJoIDIII, \

ud apartment with two bedroom Hilton' Grocery Hendry 'County Candidates' : .
Total pti0RFrank
Licensed Ft Myer $8,90000 Groceries. F r e I h Meat. I
Vegetable Cold Drink, Essential : j'
S Dennaead .' I
Bonded Item
News Press .... Broker W* appreciate your patron- Then Vote on May 5th ,

III All'J'nea Bom: Delivery 1'V NG1 Mrs nisarttMi HOUsiFieyifeter .,
IDd Mr. *s4 .
Phone YU PaIDUq 3-1131 W. 0. CAMPBELL: : sit Pay 'to Deal wits a Bultoi" I I' .

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rebuttal If needed Batortum on Tuesday. April 21st '1'2Iurada"
Wfl SM to-* al lot AprU
Owistoo
Pan Eight THE CLEWUfTOM: NEWS OrwUtou.\ r>a.Thursday. streak In races in which there is no at t o'clock. Preparation are LaBelle 3eth q
April 16 1864 Section: One Tigers ride five game win Avon Kite Part farina lead oil with incumbent among the candidates In charge of A. A. Thorn and. 1 p.m. 'cboo1l1tbeakJI A CoIn, le s
called Mrs. Mamie McCray: committeeman tIl
master
passed tile speakers win be : or : l
triple and scored on a tertmoaIe"
similar a tall for the tciy: excttaf "*>- In alphabetical order. If the incumbent And conunttteewomAn.: raaPmentt a,s elks<<.
into losing string-7-9 now In is a candidate the Rev. Leroy Holmes will be master Dahl
GOULD BROTHERS meats for b Owifton team John L. Hall 4
will be called upon of ceremonies. and bra
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SebrlBC Saturday night Seven challenger Hill, ",.
Coach Ernie Hill's Tiger baseball Fort Myers 11t 140 1-4 first, and the Incumbent commltpe
PAINTS VARNISHES criers contributed to make the to speak The LaBeU rally will be on cbarge.s 1There's
Cewlslaa 106 70 6- 3
team book a the pane
... 1riMiIaC.k..*.od ta prsataa Streaks seven runs ALL. un will follow: ............
; Licensed Insured Contractors earned.Oewttoo. There will be ample seats
IT lavetoed .. a tar .... .... Friday the Tigers made a In
address system
0- 1 and 8 public
Free Estimates streak. Overl 8Ie Ham . lOll 000
lot staple ere 7., for the seaean sad 71in ANt taming and could never Sebrinc 081 !0TuMday s- T attend.
ii expected to
SPECIAL this week' SPECIAL Ridge ConJerence.Oo overcome the lift flu blip by ia Cteechabee the The Democratic Executive no substitute ;

I.dwood wood 1 ) stain $2.98 gallon Wed eeclay. April ft, the Avon Park on their tern field. Tiger bats remained stnncdT Committee which! is sponsoring
: shingl
and Coach Hill Is pbanninta
'Tigers dropped a daM one at After the first inning. Ram: silent three rallies in the county has for ENERGYI!
JI Sugariand Pat to Tart ben peen was In TM* control rut for the boys before playtog announced the rally in Harlemat ..
Park here Friday.The
31154 garland Hwy Phone YT 3-2111 4-X Bubba Schneider petcWd as but fee Tigers were unable K.. Avon Tigtn lOt only three the Harlem Academy Gym- +r
i excellent fame with foe httbag catch op deefMe fine butting b>
)' power from like 1WzIDa with Deuce Taylor and Stew Schnedcr bile In Okeeebobee. and received ;
rl rlIi" 3 lor I and Ronnie Olden two Coach BiD said. "we left! U aa excellent:: plchln game Glades Roofing Co.
for three. The double: A school men on bases and had the bases from Bruce of the Taylor._101I"At. I was the AD Types ef Roof and .and,//lgar provide, it ,,;
pushed acre the winning run loaded twice and eaten core beginning Sheet Metal Work .
in the top of the seventh oath* The bats arent talking when concerned about the pitchlne.: ConitmeUoB
Ii" throw In from a long Cy batt. the traffic Is oo the bases" however it has turned out the New Repair Jobs er i
t EXCLUSIVEfor pitching department has been
m
the strongest while the l hitting. Phone 2.7111 _
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has been unusually weak, Hill
Day er ErenlnnF.
iwrwrr..rr said. O. Box 1241CIEWISTOV
i Used Car in Clewiston __.__ 001 000 0- 1 FLA. % sugarIT'S
It Buyers & Okeechobee _._ 010 012 s- 4
Dishw Get eanC .\\. Avon Park plays at 4 p.m.
i' ;:
\. + Friday for the final home gameof .
;\ \ fCLEWISTONThe T Drier too II,_\ the season.


I j', c KiitcheinAid.Ellill. Brandon named

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i; Nationwide Guaranteed Warranty This is toe dishwasher thats designed and! built to professional Naples principalPrincipal NEW

!y standards based on 70 years of dishwashing
''j i xperleno Its made by Hobart, the company! that James E. Brandon ,
Honored by over 10,000 franchised New Car builds: dishwashing equ:jpmcntfqrleadtniihotels.) restau- of Oewiston High School hu -
\ Dealers in the United States who proudly display samba rod, hospitals been appointed principal of She. .. ; r=
r\ Naples Junior High School<<: ( for :.. -" .
next vear Announcement! of the
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as BPmi.ttwCycleSf4ec.Wen aprxintmeut was made btoi ,
G Kin**and HoI -fuU Collier county school board. this _
.4 tl QyeU-Utility an< Utensil\ week fl I, Ii
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1 Vrl-rr*.U to mateh The Hendry ooonly school ,
IIH: board considered appointment ,... 1"I 1\\
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A; of principals and supervising ..,.,-1.
hr* tdaW.d l Ac. fterwiinel at Its meeting on
Motorist! are assured /airplay by showing IMe as1 UtrinaUs hand,: Thursday The superintendent
; their GW card after the car has been repaired recognized the continuing contracts
thus entitling tan owner to a 15 percent discount si Ia,.. thus f.k tfryteff( of Mr. Brandon. principal -
with f1o.Thru of Clewiston High School
on labor and percent discount on parts. Aettomaae Ianltred.4,4..... Jpat. M/s Mabel MagUl as principal
Protect yourself with service at home and Du.p..aeh.lgbl Hit,rMDwakl of dewUton Elementary School,
-I II away by buying your used car from a dealer who .pot-frM ......'CJ1; Amos A. Thomas as principalof

i f ;t gives a Guaranteed Warranty. In Clewiito only i ii .* ftrceUta. J' J E. Harlem Hornaby Academy as general, and supervisor Carl
I ,i Chuck Wells Motor Co. can give yon thin i plan tarlsr ..i4>' n .. of Instruction He also recommended -
I This plus many other features will be folly Kia t-Siie Capacity: with reappointment of
fold down dMdsri In 2- John A.
Coins supervising principal
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you position top raekr of LaBelle Public Schools
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to frM. 1 pica hvcb(
retains his continuing contract at
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1 : :::5; "Chuck" WellsMOTOR Compare and}you'll buy the best... ai On teacher period suggestion during as principal of his probationary Chairman). "Chuck" Wells Motor Co.

Spratt. who reported that Mr.
.i CO. Inc. Kitch en.Aicrpr't> '/A3Ng Brandon had advised board
!!. members of plans to resign the We are proud to announce the opening of our new "8 stall' Service I
''::1 Chevrolet, Olds., & Ponthc Set tbex itRedish. board took no action with reference Department. The increased need for prompt quality service in the amt
1 S4LE9 SEX VICE PAETS to Mr. Brandon, and followed plus the extended warranties on new c are, prompted this expansion.
1 Clewulonrhene Electric Co. the recommendation of
;" Sugarland Hwy. TV t4Mt the superintendent in reappdnt- We are extremely proud to be a part of and grow with Clewiston. To j

;.' BOND SKEET C1.EWU'IOHt -' log the Mr.supervisor Coins, and and in approving Clewiston you, the resident, we offer our thanks for helping make it. possible. '

Elementary principal and Harlem Visit our shop and take
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Academy principal remain -
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t for. The Oewlston board granted seniors permission to make "Thank You"
SpecialsMinor
aa educational trip to the New
I 1 1 York World's Fair with Miss
CHEVROLETt Flue Ayvm. Jack Willis and Tune-up 6-cyl. ( $7.751
Pritclpal. Brandon! as diaper- plus parts) only $

t; one Florida Earl CWIds was granted of HjCy-ood.contact! ) Undercoat $19.95, Lube iob $1.10, Brake Adjust$$1.75|

i' on low bid of $4017 for constructing
. t 4 makes all types of quality trucks Harlem Academy the 1964 Other additions bidderswere to

..4r. John IL Coisett, Hollywood Ready To Take You,
I' $43,513.; David H. Herzog
r. ,. Fort Myers. 140.<<5. and Kennedy .
: f1Y; Construction Co., dew-
i blots, $41.300 on Vacation
1.,'" \ The architect James Hartley,

7i was authorized plans to for prepare convertingthe preliminary 1963 Bonneville i Pontiac
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: auditorium la Qewilton $3295.00
... Elementary: school into class full power and air conditioned
r s ssara rooms. The board discussed
1 Ay- purchasing Daniels SchooL additional land! at 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air V8

& The board to asked suggest the that superintendent the 4-door sedan, powerghde, only 2.>mJmiI.. $1495.00

: State Road Department investigate ,- '
the need for additional 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air oor.
signs on SR 132.Speaking. $1 29500
6-cyl. power glide, like new


'.,. :I'. set for-rally rules 1962 Chevrolet sports coupe 1 !l Impala e:! r V8 $2295.00

Plans for the echeduling of

t Rally speeches at Sugarland at the Democratic Auditorium 1960 Chevrolet '/ -ton pickup $1095.00

next Thursday evening April a real nice truck
'A1:' 23rd were announced this week
by Mrs. Mary Markette and OH. .
1960Corvair4doorStandard
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Cancer claims Untie Dan from Devil's Garden W' |Id' fair :

]12 in countyLast DEAR MISTER EDITOR: corn while you look over the or s trip i

About onct ever IS year I go pasture fence end heehaw at
year 78 persona died in through my private papers. I me. All Fall and most of the
Hendry county had 12 a 2 UM keep 'em in a shoe box under Winter, the whole family from is senior I
L'k' death were caused by cjncer. the head of my bed and they baby up picks cotton to help goal"J" J I
r J I II : This report was obtained from WM mostly little !items I have raise enough money to pay taxes
I the Vital StatUUci Repent!; of clipped from the newspaper and buy a new set of harness .
the Florida State Board of I was taking Inventory in :these and pay the mortgage on The Senior das of C. H. S. have been Uw,senior vltts puny, "\ r
Laura Lee Creathowse, was the topIc of conversation when Covernol' lams Health, and released1 by theAmerican matter last night and came you Not a thing, you onery has set u its "skip day" goal, the senior. factulty basketball 41<, 'I
roSTERrlght( ) declared AprU u Cancer Control M..ntl1.; J.Fiori4&, The wJJ1Iome Vfrglnta lass Cancer Society. across Tom dark's tory about cuiiii, do you have to do. I tven a trip to the World's Fair in game and various workdays ;
lust twenty months old when the underwent surgery for abdominal: cancer( Today, aha The report of the Cancer the conversation the ole farmer nave to do< the worrying about New York-a fantastic goal for Some future project Include t "
wit Ake Ben J.,. Torrey (center), Orlando, Florida, are among the 1230,000) e1t'eitbecause' t the dlf! Society: : death rate Is still in- had with his mule named Bill. the mortgage ou your tough, such a large group but one a spaghetti/ supper, which will '"
was detected early and promptly treated. Torrey, volunteer last proeltent cf the Orange creasing.: The society estimate It was wrote about 20 year irfrtteful. hide. which they fervently hope to take place on Thursday, April
: ty Unit of> the American Cancer Society, and Harry P. Creep, Ft. Lauderdale, (left), state that 17,000 new cases of cancer ago and I think this!\ pace age "About the only Urn I am attain. If they can finance the 16th, various work days, rummage ,I
of( the Society's 1964 Cancer Education and Fund-Ra4sfmg! t Crusade, accepted the pro. will develop In >the state duringthe generation ought to read it. It your better 1* on election day trip their "skip day" will turn males selling! Sugarland
Ration in behalf of 63.000 Florida volunteers _...... coming twelve month, and goes like this: for I can vote and you" .can't.: into a "skip week" and will be Singers' Concert tickets, a benefit I
the education program of the "Bill you was just a mule, AfUr election I realize that I an event long to be remember. movie, and other activities.!
Society is designed to make tie the son of a Jackass: and I ama was as big a jackass as yiurpapu. ed by each of> them. I
general public aware of theserious nan made in the Image of ) There are only three 'weeks
Never before have any of !the\ left before, the seniors !
threat of this disease. God Yet bore we work hitched "And that aun all. Bill, graduating classes of Clewlstanattempted are
scheduled to dr for New
s During the Cancer Society'sfund \ tip together year after year. I when you are dead, that's supposed such a tremendous +p.m
York They ; air'
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raising and education campaign often wonder if you work for to be the end of :you. But undertaking For many, it will ar.w.y I
support of trw in
much can be learned me or I work ier you.\ I thinkit met The preacher tell me thus be of lifetime rommunltjr
.k about and what to do\ opportunity > a their ,,projects, anl tiiefeel;
cancer is a partnership between a when die I may go to he/1 for- and
If about it.County. mule and a foci, for rarely I ever That. Is, Bill !If I d HI't do an. experience never re- that the town will bt behind
knew..r0ally tknew. peated.Of them all the ,, l
you Viiy. ,,
+ work as hard at you, if not Just IN they say And moat of '
there problems : "
course are
harder. Plowing and cultivating what they My keep* run (roirx "
get more the dis fitting fun out of lift. in bringing about such a trip. ;:
all the benefits of this we cover same any
race funds in '64 once, but ;you do it on four "Tell me, Bill, cou'dctntf'! !( The. The biggest seniors problem have is been financing. trying [issinun.30( ., group :.: : !
Hendry county has received lags and I on two, therefore, I these things, bow can yw k.,*,)
beverage you'd do twtct as much a* ;you. a straight face and still! Jock to make money by various I
,,, never go a 14 fund$, ,"in from the the1'01 distribution/ track th* "Soon we will be preparing so dumb end solemn?" projects that have benefit-!" plans zoatacade""
the community well the
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fee When the That OOII'VwlatJonns'! Edt:
a 001'1crop. corn r
day without its Ask for it first E.pat Green of April.said ComptrollerRay checks for fa harvested I .1vt.. onethirdto tor, belongs to a ole: > that 1* class. Some of the main project Dam) Allen, president of theELslcunee ,',
the landlord]. fer being so' dial' and fine. But w'.en ( cent
this amount have been mailed Rlwr' Boatacad
kind let small n toy it was a pours! c.C.l life
at !to me use a
to each of \the 17 counties lit the end Ilob Berllnkr, manager of
by
nan1e apeUc of Gods earth. One third that? was is real a* crab grav.SorM'Untui. Pool .
state. This U an increase of openingis the KlsUnune> Chamber of I I00m.1Iett'e
ttoei to ;you 1.1TOO: over the same month last and secretary of theBat4cade 'f :
You eat all your fart while. I shout everything going
year : we.y: in Oewiston I Ila.t
divide nine among seven' children .ulol.I.1t'ul and conj/uttr '
Il"'n G\illledu.mU\ ( The total paid t to> counties: to six hens, two duck and aetcrekeeper crazy, I atop and think: nvuttta delayedRecreation Weinesdar., I
date tor the current fiscal! Truy, conferred with Bob '
year / It 'wt both Dud farmer and ole 1W1IU1I1I'11lid \
\\am c Jm COUNCIL tr ssi.ii ILOI.IOA IIM e is 'ino.fKlfl,. {{ 'mi Increase of 'I',. does, you pet 'em. ,! th* good old day hat goes; director Woody J-Clllrdi.y! and Ross LaByer of I
000 over the some period last "You only help to plow and l<11rever. Carruthera baa announced) teat are CWwlston Chamber sports ,
year, said the comptro11er.This cultivate the ground that. I alone Youn truly the Charles E. Mott Swimming men's committee, on plans forth a ,
roust t cut, shock, and hunk the Uncle V\n. Pool will not open Saturday boatacado which has been
a* originally planned.In set for Labor Day weekend this
all probability, it will be year I
Nickell building gets face liftedA open during the next week, Car. The boatacade win make
ruthers said, depending upon; the Qewlaton an overnight stop,
Week Only At Bill ran'selee resplendent new paint Job H. I* Nickell owner of the completion of pool renovation. and plans for the accommodations : .
has transformed the Nickell property, has been In town glv- The 'lengthy time required forth and entertainment for the I j
building corner of Sugarland leg acme general supervision paint to eel, Is the main group were discussed at the ]local ;
Highway. and Bond Street to the Job. reason for delayed pool opening conference.\ e I
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7SOi4; every kind of automotive event the cars at your Ford Dealer's i"

SIZE 11 out of last 12 po.ible-lrom stock car races to economy are stronger,better handling, safer and k I
runs,f from rallies to endurance tests. thriftier In the long run. They're built r

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e. !Kalur( and Ramtlsr I driver Fred Lorenzen piloted has ape. competition In addition to its extensive I'
daily modified Ford to a stunning laboratory and test track programs, Rb1J I
victory in the Atlanta 600" before/ a because competition provides an Intensity F
Any $ 795'Withdo cheering crowd of 78,000 eetatorL of testing that no proving ;

This! victory marks the 11th time ground alone can provide. ,

Size that Ford has captured a NASCAR The lessons Ford has learned In rac Falcon.Fadilant.Ford.Thunderblrd: :)i//
stock ear rent of 600 mile or mors log have already led directly to such WINNU. Or MOTOR TUN0VCM <,'.'
starting in May, 1962. OF THl
refinement ss a stronger rear axle, YIAH AWARD
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" 1 submit of birth certificates Coast Guard house I in Fort Pierce. --...- "' '
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take one of three actions at that
JACKSONVILLE The State firth eertZeates lmaj"Ji: tf,::TAt fcbA:! certificates are not ae- adequate if it contain all till offers time; it will adopt the (budget DOYLE II,
Board of Health today urged tine came time, JRvwett: H.Williams. I V 4I5 by schools Official birth essential informatioa.AppLratfoa career or amend Jt and adopt It. or t
I parents who have children Jr.. direct/ of the era tl kses are balled by the must include: th recess the budget hearing until .,
starting to school this fan to obtain board Bureau rf Vital Static! Buiui of Vital Statistics and fun\ name of the child; the fuk A professional career as U a the June meeting when a final a CONNER
cautioned thai tonpital .1.11' county health departflHUU. rommU k.ned officer in the ,
certified copies of the tics name of the father: fiul maiden to budget must be adopted.The
WlBUrns also advised name of ttx mother, the day, S Coast Guard is available budget of the district cootain {
lil.iil.ist waiting too loag to obt month, year, city and county of personnel of tins U. S. Merchant no federal fund
Page Two THE CLEWISTON: : NEWS Owiston. Fla. t taut| a birth certificate He said birth wVther: the child h male Marine> who have served at least Dail reported to the board Commissioner
Thursday April 18, 1SJ4 Section Two "Ahhragv we art processing four rears on board;) vessels of :
or female; and the child's race that "we are setting more federal
I --- about SW birth certificates! a the United! Slake IB the capacV. I
\ The arty! ;cal birth ccrttflcattlumber : money than ever before. of
i :day tight now, we can give faster should be included! U ty of licensed officers This Is a food indication of tile ;ht rt I

serr,'". Later, during any yottJblg.If Applicants! selected may eontlnu acceptance: of the FCD program Agriculture! ;
\ last minute\ rush by th mart
plrtllU.J with *
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The FX3 will receive -
the child>> Was bora In another by Congress I
+. < can m.st; an entire year it time to
their
large portion of In addition to the
be otUiiKid from tot fate. June 30. 2964
school tuilesa a birth cerUfkat! here duty m the field of Merchant current year1 appropriation of
(I 111 aamae is obtained in time." A full ,11KttoI.0p7 CII' wllet Marirvi Safety 'lU*.OOO) for cowtructtortGasoiice : GRATEFUL
Application\ tatxa may bot obtained steed birth rtfistr-itjoo card en ')>rkkr.l. hrtlucmfwir' **1P5
UTS CONTINUE from t cntmtr health department called la pl ittc may to etxaln- Licensed officers of the U S. tale for the opportunity tft TonMau; serrbj

\ i FIOSIDA'S SENIORITY but a letter will txr ed tram the t>nr iU. TIM type; Merchant Marine may Qualify Flc da' coMswawJ l ad
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y WITH. wanted nlrxild (w rjt fee of one dollar lot each copy Coast Guard si L utPMnt, '
j SPESSARD L. or card must accompany: the Junior grade. or Lieutenant according Gasoline tale are up hi Hen- INSPECTION of foods, gajicHnes! feeds fen(, I
according to repertaof
dry county
i HLLf R41ARILMAOYOUR PCA manager; s Ucstloo. to age license, and. experience the gasoline: tax <*oUoctions. lizers, seeds and pesticide;
of the 'wllcallt.FCD
/ The board l9! "mi, "wt* faa t During January: sets] gasoline MAmtETING of Florida agricultural]
UNITED STATES SENATOR! sees good future"There bet'tit tartinjT twi (Ii1 grii;!' tax cottecttoas in the county product?;
the cUki hw all the basic inuculsUans amounted to O7.4PSOT; February PROTECTION of plant and livestock India-
I have served cc your U. S. Senator since 1946. against. whooping budgetis dropped slightly with collections :
is a good future for new tries against diseases and insects
I hove attained seniority
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During these years cj>'Rli, polio, smallpox diphthri4 of $3486858. Both
agriculture: and for credit Inatttutions
ranked twelfth among 67 Democratic Member end tetanus (lockjaw). months: are considerable over ECONOMY in government by
that put service above working for
of the Senate $14 million February collections: of a :year
self according to H. E. Cook. better efficiency and conservation
This seniority has plated me en three major General Manager of the Brad- ago which were $31.872.33 as t
each of which is of Gasoline tax collections in the Cabinet member.
smote committee one : :
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tntoo Production Credit Assoeisttoa Rexall sale The Central and South
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I particular Importance to Florida and every one entire state were up during February
who has just returned Flood Control District governing (PoW JotIdoaI Ad..trswt) ..
of Ifs citixens. 11'01It.lre/ <<-da1 Management board has approved a tentative : local residents believethe
Your vote May 5th will! keep mo In this powerful Training InsUtute for PCA man- starts April 30th budget of f 14.060,000 for drop in gasoline taxes is dUll

position to help Florida 01 wall o* our greet elect' held la Columbia( S. CMi' RexalTs One Cent Sale star, the fiscal year starting! July tat to the poor highway conditions:

country. Cook said "PtodttcyonCredt at Sugarland Pharmacy on Aft:: The budget received apcrwal which U S. Zt have this reduced winter travel over Advertising doesn't cost t.. it PAYS!
Menber.t *** Cn****** AscoclaOoni be-
JU SWSSAIO I hOLLAND h -4f are providing aoto said Dick Baker addln< at last week meeting! U
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** M.n* r .t Cu I.MI. Ap ndudka.t a .,.wenhalpropr.atl :; management training for that scores vt Rexall product: ,ng advertised this week; and .
n. C .In1 r.d rat arWndllunr Aewnvltut employcos oo all levels\ to keep wm Mil at two for the price: done hill bon. the agenda for theta 4rx
Mnet.r.f 11c Seines Agd. and Meek's S9.c.f pw 9daat. CxwtdFminas. their service.* geared to UNchanging puts a penny Item 1* fur \ \' IS;h meeting in Fort Fierce:
..v. .. .ed "aw.tey can. u.. iMe
Mice..of its (.nets Die..able :agriculture: for the tome are on hand ant I !error noted that the total < Ir"i ., .,e ,
tteallne rammta Tbs Jrt lemon' A soclatfc>o, of will be listed! la the Advtnc: 1 odget figure: Include J*,(-)Jfl,.
which Mr. Cook: is general t IIJ1. lists, which shoppers may m' 000 in FCD funds and HBOC,, ,.
alter, makes short and inter now' and make out their triersIn 000 from the statt: general rev*.
medlate-tei: loans to farmers advance, to be picked t up rue fund "We have budgeted -
is Manatee. Horde*. J ,b1antl., lst r, the state appropriation wth: the Vote for and Re-elect
thSoto, Sarasota, Ctadet, Ken- The OIM Celt !Sates! of fin!: ,''1 'I.1 strict'i funds In order to Vt-' .
dry and Lee counties with. its stores arr matt than SO yea' reflect: ,ur augur.' '' Call i
principal office in Bradenton old, and this :ru-i1! offer ,phi :'j
and branch offices in WauchuU valuela Su1'.x'b.s? HTM: pu I:wi < ir::m t::,lst hearing
zed Clewlstoo. cussed: for th,:. sprat & at '. :, Friday: May Hiriard S. Parkinson

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the look, the fire and the flavor of the great EuroColor.keyed 0 Color.keyed aI1-Ylnyllnlft'1Of wall,to-wall carpeting leater(unleu ordered without) for all youth
0 Parallel-Action windshield wipers
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Christian Church da visiting He Sf. Margaret's "'.IV eftahd.\ ." given credentials of the public healthnurse : Mrs Foy Durreiue was reflected Clewiston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page, Three t

and other LOT and the services offered chapter trf*surer at a Thursday, April IS, MM Section Two t j
11 to sanctuary by the
nursing council. previous meetingRefraehmeflts .

[holds dedication ture On \ : Card Parties Forty* and acres woodland fl in unspoiledwaiy Martin\ plans During were the made business meeting. of cake and son, Mrs Art Lawrence, Mrs. man, Mrs. lager Lowe, Mrs.
for observing iced tea were served to attending Abner Vann, Mrs. Vera Mill. John Dr&M and Mr. Dar ,
Christian Church day l fiv.\ ". St Margaieta Altar sourly has been given to the Founder Day I
Boeicty
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nrs member: Mrs George: Jep- Mrs Wilson, Mrs George Cole rttte)
'I'1Ie will dedicate end taught by held Its mouthly bridge pert: Natk sal Audubon Society ai a .t Ii t
t CJcwJS\Jn\ mvte. tn the dora: from i Tuoiday evening at tho home nature und. wildlife, sanctuary, I ,
\4 I hiptnding, lOCated at, BUM! \'My of of Mrs H. T, Vaughn. JTr, with preKndng cue of the Arms ,of I r II' _
and Francisco! on gins r i 11 Mr*. K. T Vaughn, a.. > "wetlnnto which are tteoominf
11I013 Sundll.April venue 11, at I p.m. sophonoce hoctetiTfc Increenlagly'circe I la tt. wises. I -I'' :' I'I'f :
It. \ nUAiHter+ ol tbe 'Bible, .; IJ) re were two tubes of The tftt.fcu'ihment of, this u ,,1 :' "
pence Church of *\W dewUlM bridge in flay. Mrs, fling Mar- the KlU'ica Creek Wildlife I '
t CI1riBf.1aIl** the speaker A 'th* a) tell WM winner of high scows Sanctuaryaa made possible We're proud to report : ; : .; ,
will j ,
Utd!) former ulbliallffl.ill ,AsseadJj' and Mr,. Helen Eoberts won by giftd!! tram Mni CyrJUUa. Ku- I ,.

T vetsevt 01 :< B. J ';oodri&< \ IPecttoa! ct the bon prize. aer Eerie nod her late brot'i.tr.' This is the of The : r r y
; //Je of the rbU.th.CvtOme to ld at. Blueberry NIb ana coffee Dr. Dryden Kuser year Incomparable Imperial
nLnister aerved by the The area borders oft Jonathon '
it cordlaB invited. Pastor : Thursday night other hosteuei card Dickinson Stair Park I and wll{; taper1! to the mot" wanted luxury car in years Our tales figure prove it Actually, then, Mae more Imperials ordered t't'In

) attend tills iervU k04 veto 4 :you tort '! am., were played at the !borne be nranajtiwl l>y the Audulbun&nlnty 40 dale HUMS: wore tcld/ in the. entire 1963 model year.We hope there will be no delay in filler:?w order.But Imperial r
< Mw, of the Evortll: 4e. heatt
by the yo JAck Soott wills Mrs. i production' cannot be rushed at a lacrtfice: of quality. You wouldn't want it that way. And <.1fl you see und drive

tesaroblyofGod' service anl.&Individual Tools coJiwrtew pizzas and Dell-cold quartered la West hInt fuich.; i, ,tajpcnul, you wj \nu.fmwl.Ct'. .< the one find car worth waiting for. Enter the quiet world of ImierUl today. I I .

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.-" were served to the Birthday I
GreetingsApril
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outh programs 18 Mrs. Frank Zemo-
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ED net, A. W.. Siaa .
Oe empnasls is to be on Baptists plan April 17-Martha Jones, Bea
of Vouta Answer"r ..
outh and the needs Yon ., 1f '
Assembly d. t.,
t the Clewsiton Aprfl IV-Fat Peters, Tommy 'toft I' .u,4' t r
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this week. Special services workers banquetA J Akn! ,
:t being held and all teenagers April 1.::<-S K Swayne, JameeHm (,,\ ,

L. invited banquet for workers in the Jr, Sam Lang Mrs. Annie f I II II Ii
J On Twrschy April H Robrt School of the First Bap. Button M E
| Raburn 'ram( :Ft Plerc. Is Church Is planned tor Fri. April aoMrs. E. B. Bethea. i C
1, give nl> eaiOons to going evening at 7 o'clock In too J"., R Eugene Bream Rev.
f'fiD dangerous river in Call eoclal hall. Henry H. Ford, Al Fishbach gal I
Icaragua a missionary 325 Speaker will be the Rev April 21-Edna Gunn, Ernest N !
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Ind two teenagers from Ffcir[- Wood, .pastor of B< '.ve- Douglas, Ray Lee, Mrs Ola
Baptist Church of Vest Daughtrey, Mrs L. C. Rcdlsh,
Beach All tocheri and Sr, Marguerite Horn by. !
are urged to attend April 22-Hager Lowe, Lewis
IN OIL t The committee In charge Is Kelly
of Kr. Robert Kelly, April 23-Rlchard Bethea, O, 1
,. there is I wealth. Won Frank J'oJ.Ul! Mrs Mil\ H. Mazzina, Fisher Ange, Jr., ,
; ore lost to coin pou : Wood" and I.j-s Nigel MU- Mrs George Helnley.Sorority .
\ ell! ttepostts. Endless .
, pro expended (to 4.,"

J1" ell pf elodnesi' coats Cal/ary Baptist is told M PERJALsSSrt
;; vWoi life eternvt' '. -.

... Nhwe 7tai: 'fcai< to. ) < starts revival ( .
home ,
i and bated- Inlqfjffi '" Evangelistic services will be of nursing

.lull'< ant/' ltd that with the eifc II! yhJntti each night at Calvary Bap. i il
Church next week, annojn- Mrs. Eugene Hough was hot- --
the pastor, Rev. Herb :Ug. teal tar the regular meeting. of l ,_ .{

Community Presbyterian donThe XI Delta PI chapter of Beta It'and MM It at nearest Imperial dealer'O: B1.RI\II r
407 your .
Royal Palm Avenue visiting evangeHrt: will, Sigma Phi held at her home on j
iENRY MORREIi.: fORD Rev. Paul Bennett of Metal Pacific Avenue W.dnetd.tJ.I! .i
B.bla School J:00 P.M. CaSpecial. For tH program Mrs Parker .', I
' '100A.M.: Worship gospel singing will Wilson, public health, nurs and I
SERMON SUBJECT the services. each nljht, chapter member talked to the :j J:
I I'/, /Question We -Must at 1:4.5.: The public!. !is group oa The Hendry Osunty Beck Motors Highway&.SanBenitoSts. ,
cordially Invited to attend these Public Ifaolth, Nursing Advfcory t tCotmdl. +
Clewiston Fla.
aervlns. She explained the purpose ,
of( the organization, the_ :"
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,l lram! OF jnsisiluokcr C'iR1S1' I'Cmi BAPTIST CHURCH COMMUNITY! : PRESBTTEEI1N antiknock since
Point 102 E. Veolwa Avenue, 401 Royal Palm Avenue compound Ethyl

Pau M wand, Pastor Rev Leon M, Gattmrell Henry H. Ford, Minister I
I 10 -Sunday School. Interim Pastor 1:45: a.m.-Sunday School. .. -
.00 r ;Morning Worship! 1:45 a.m.-Sunday School. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship.
'ecnesda! 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service. 11:00: a.m.-Nursery in the Pariah '
*,00 m Prayer Meeting. 1:4: $ p.m.-Training Union. House '
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\,tarday Loa: p.m.-Evening Service. 1:00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow. ;' \
700 pm Youth Meeting.OMnUNTTY Wednesday) ship

7:00 p.m.Officers and Teach Wednesday: Mothyl, <

: PENTECOSTAL era Meeting 7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice. 1 ;
HOLINESS CHURCH 800: p.m. Midweek Prayer'
South Cewbton Service
Rev. J. R Taylor, Pastor I:45 p.m.-Choir: Practice ST. MARGARETS CHURCH I
1 00 -Sunday School. -, Rev. Larkin Connolly
1 00 i.m.-Morning Worship FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I 8:00 a.m.-Sunday Mass J
I CS-Sunday Evangelistic. 331 W. Oteeola .Arcane 7:00 p.m.-Sunday Mass
Service. Rev. David Denslow. Pastor 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass
Wednesday: 9:45 a.m.-Church School. 7:00 a.m.-First Friday M....
i CS p.m.-Prler Service. U:00 a.m. Morning Service. 8:00 p.m.-First Wednesday r
each month, Cath
'ridij: 600 pm,Methodist Youth .
CS lie Ladles'Altar Society '
pm.-Youth Service.
.Fellowship
3TApq I
7:30 p.m.-EvennI! Study.; a '
NOITBSIDE MISSlOND1'l.mIsT Thursday Saturday: .
CHURCH .7:30 p.m.--Choir Practice. 9:30 a.m.-Religious Instruc I .
JM N Francisco Street tlon.C1IU1lCR fete

Bra Chester Johnson ST. MARTIN'S CBOtCHEpbeopal I r .

Interim Pastor ( ) OF CHRIST
I Barn-Sunday School. tn N. Paclflo 301 Sooth Central Avenue
1 00 a.ra./ -Morning Worship. Rev. Cart IL Dorman. Vicar J J. Sullivan! Minister!
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Sunday Services: Sunday: I If'j
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Nnesday-Evening Worship 7:30 a.mv Early Eucharist 10:00: a.m.-Bible School.
: 10:30: ..m.-Family Service and! 11:00: a.m.Worship -
fMpm-Prajer Service. Church School. 1
1:00: p m-Worship 1IiiT
Saints and Holy Days as announced. Wednesday % w. sows 1Ii" '1 It o v
CHCTCH U
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1:30 .m.-Midweek devotion I "" _
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Sntk Paclfle/ .ATCBM Confessions by appointment, and Bible Study. "'-. 'fI'. .".. _
i Rev. lot Coleman '
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SchooL m-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH f. "
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"m-Mornlng Service. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTAPOSTOLIC .
31 .Evening Itlfhway 721 FAITH vt'I'-4. : -. ."-.. .- ,
Worship. :
edoetdar Rev. Via Turner. Pastor ,
: Sooth ClewkUm
>" I:45 ajn. -Sunday SchooL
"-Prayer Service. Bro. Luther DIxon Pastor
Ida, 11:00 'a.nu Morning Worship.
: School.
10:00: a m Sunday
>31 6:45 p.mv Training Union.
m.-Young 11:00 a.m.-Prelchlnl. .
People'i Eoaoo :
: pjn. Evening Worship.
deavor. Tuesday
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l"J'n CHmCDUaCB; : 1:00: p.nu Prayer Meeting Friday T:SO p:.m.-Prayer Meeting. E s '

elk Bararlan4! Auditorium 1:30: p.m.-Young People's
B. 1. Goodrich, Minister CLEWISTON: ASSEMBLY OF Meetlllr.CALVA.1l1' .
OIl 'm-Bbl SchooL GOD

I 00 --Cornmunlon and tit South Fraoeboe Street CHURCH
BAPTIST
3D Worship Service. James F. KlmbreL Pastor.
Bm,- South Clewlatua
mtnuntm and Sunday:
Worship Service. 10:00 ..m.-Sunday School. Rev. Herb Hlgdon.School.Pastorf
"Qsdar: :45 ajn.-5unday
10 p. 11:00 a.m.-Mornlng Worship 11:00: a.m.-Worihip Service. ; ,
-Bible\ 4[
Study 11:00 a.mChUdren's Church.
1:00 .nx-Baptist Training d d't
nnOV.\: WS 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service : p Union. p / s.t: *# i ;:'

Han-tl1'1TNIBSEZ Wednesday 1:00: p.m.-Worship Service. __ __ :': I
W. El 7 45 Ambassad
Paso : p m.-Christ's
W Mower ors. Tuesday(:00 p.m.-Brotherhood.: pti f.!. I
u Study Thursday: i ;
Wednesday:
4J 7 30 and! Bible> _
::- J Bale I41n1atrJ Study 1:00: ism, ::. pjn/-Prayer. Study. Thursday 7 30 p.m.-Hour: of Prayer. It's an Important gasoline discovery :Methyl steps up octane performance 1

StnIc. SCLool 7:30: .Friday COO: pjfe-Royal: Rangers for 1:00: p.m.-Choir Practice.: so effectively that it stops power-wasting ]knock better than any other 1

Meeting 1:30: pjn. Boys. antiknock compound.Methyl spreads more evenly throughout all cylinders of.: I

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{ Four THE CULWiiT\ NEWS Grt'jten\ ITa h TIC- Most of that occ ipanii are tenons a tetra on Ibo floor sot Dutch engineer National Guard 8it.ip More 8p'.fad l..rss

r _. .Thur: :la L Ai; U 18 ((364: _.r\, :' nn Two.__. .__.__ *"c kJng'n fumed couples out w with.th dai.jr their; baby chlrlii everyone took hriii b*(!i fl.1: of ia her until and aka: h w.(i.a. enjoy mountains is recruiting your Dollars Go(


I'len., flu U rather a disconnected safely The bu.ldlng on the outside is a horrid a!it' .1,1.,1'r K:tdc-r, the voting ex- The .tona1 Guard ia Belle unit :Farther on Re \ Expires> J

Sisfer of Clewiston resident e/Litat of my experience. but under each window is a perfcX1 .l hangs: naineerlng stuJcothi whch Glade Is headquarter recruiting1: member Phone \\J\ W141\For Pick wi & |O, m.r.i
months indecision ,
bee W* me. 1 an writing at as though eeanaow ha. *\ pent a few and has one full -. ..
unit
oust rail' ata raJfcer ...eIecL taken a chisel or fern* M lad <: during the winter has for Its duty He __
describes Alaskan earthquakeA How' to apt back to my owe cut: them out Moat gptriiijf Just; M I changed are .... At priiair it 15 Den:"'*" at Lake Tonaway: N. 1 II Sp 4/c David 1043rd i
Platoon
reI! tr-d nurse< who rod. wearing my uniform and was my position to get out of the cllxiauv: : condemned: Mat tea C mroute to the north. The sister AST Store Company, ITS)), --';i
''i out IlKA.skan earthquake stocking footed. Just a* I Marl way of tie stove, the euptxwni people can enter at a ttpe and Mrs. E: 0 Heater, has Transportation military
.IBM. on the 9UI for of nnapertmert ed seasoning the meet 1 beard doors flaw open sad apiltedeverythatg get out some of their ba) snrgsmgs wi:tten her brother about his to give the complete The I I'
i builcLnc; Anchor: Uu boom which usually precedes eacept the unbrenkBbtes At this WI'ItIn''I'Iebn.' moat a:1: visit, and Inane excerpU tram title of the unitA .i). demand for ($ '

..2 e and bung onto a roam. .
watt wfclto )leer stove and the ttfc floor we have expenencwi ; :- inr: tweet everytlrhrg.Te lamps furniture,wMch we will let visit with men are active and Interested l and stocker
refrlgere4a' alkl beck and teeth some fairly. bevvybeks' hiraiture and picture fen except at a biter claw ,Gad wVte< "We eajcyed our members of this Guard unit,
wtth the quaky, bM wrrt* n her ia the past-thk was the TV and davenport The After the line old lady tint! leap no end He came: tired in and wilt te glad to answergtestloas r I cattle is heavy
fa.aiBy aoa.it tier experience!. horrible! After the booming I bridreom furniture nvwed a.lsibjut 1 get' outshle( everyone' wa! Thursday! after dark very h. had or to refer the inquirer I:
Mil Sidney Crochet C rwlr heard a crash aDdhi'll\ lie i but I don' 't tlunk i tayttlnfIsbrekea screaming: thai I.w fxilM.'fl wt and bewildered because to Ltvan, at the Armory inBelle Buy only
ton if a liter <* at... Lee quake bit. The fetilttiig& startedto I really doot know at going to fall lliaok the Lord 1t gotten lost out Highlands determined \ Glade tIlt '
Shaln. the torte and has given rock from north to south this writing The window ia the< did not but be i II very cattle
permission for the reprinttn until I eouidn'stand even whole buttdmg were broken. .*- Lee was at the dice: but the young man and finally: gets Cewiatoa members of the you ,.4 t
of the letter which wat writtento though I was hokltof! ; to the eept la our apartment. The moment he was :Mile to drive where he is going He was to Guard are Lt R. V. Cochran
their another :Mrl Nettle sink with both hands. With great storm windows tell off The he was on the road looking for: fascinated with! Erik's electronic Sgt Charles Arnold Pte. Hal
Bone and relayed to other members difficulty I made my way to walls cracked until I could see me. I didn't wee him at first. equipment and hl-fl and old Weaver Put Cur:to>> til- l
of the family the archway between foe: living daylight through the north wall but be was ready to do battle record collection etc: that tt ham Pvt S. Inxiaan IM. Lee
r Anchorage Alaska room and dining area. The and could see from my living with three fellows at the door was quite late when he finally Moorman, Pot Phil Facto. -Sales Every; Monday
Wednesday! April 1, 1964 thickness: of the wan of this room into the beclraorc throughthe who hadn't seen mt come out went to bed.Thursday and Pvt G. Brown.Sugarland at 1:00: PM.
Dearest Mother: partition Is about lit inches: inside wall-/ The building When I saw him. I aorta blob morning he walked]
l It to very doubtful toil I have which: I could grasp irith. both kept shaking: anal cracking: until bered a bit. Xtoe II. m ; bands. I was thrown to my I thought U would never atop. his office and ,whila w, ..e'lt *'
1 the ability to coney in/ paper in only\ pajamas to feel the nice
re q the terrifying experience: all knees but still sliding >ck I prayed to God to strike me listening to the news on the car cool air. The temperature was Pharmacy
Anchorage residents suffered and forth even though I was dead and not let me be buried radio they eta led broadcasting: above freeing when he got up
at 5:35 kneeling! on the carpet. The under aQ the plaster and debris for all R. N.'s and U P. N'i.
Good Friday
p.m.
and the stID was shining brightly !: GLADES LIVESTOCK C
PIZZAYU MARKET
stove and refrigerator kept the to to their immediately. ASSN
\I. however I will endeavor to try that was falling As soon as report hoepltais by then! but it had been 15
I arrived borne at the usual moving past me The stove quake bad passed and I got I cot some people to degrees carter la the raoralinf
} time 4:4S pjn. Yang John struck my shoulder so I had to my equilibrium back. I calmly bring me to the hoapttal tt so knew It ."UA'wh.Jt 2.3311 Phone WT tXIOtS
to try boots> bat, coat Lee's partner had our car anc you Belle Glade,1'4
lUcbie and his friend Steve, change my position put on my snow we'd call 'waorm' tide Florida
had arrived In Anchorage to keep from being seriously and gloves over a ragged uniform Lee was standing: by to Intercept la the winter had been -
even .
Thursday a m., and were at the injured which by th Grace of and bawl and started his partner's wife and too warm for him. Our temperature .
apartment They were stayingfor God everyone"\ la the L Street down the stairs It was dark M chili It took u* elmost an hour here ia the mountain
dinner and planned to do building did. This I think >J a pitch because the batteries were to get to the taqxtal.; which to
right now is what he is used
their laundry\ in the basement miracle as the building Is tour- dead In flashlight.. 'This was under normal ecaditioea Is a in Holland. After breakfast he DEDICATED
I visited with the kid tat awhile teen stories. high and. bulges. DO problem tJ there were other ten minute drive. the
looked an Ute ,
at cottage
and lent them to the basement (139) famlUes Of course, at with lights that did have batteries I worked most of Friday night, birds and !flowers! and tees 1. /, ATTENTION 0
while I started to prepare the that particular time of day, A little hivem
like
roast Of COUTH, I was still many of the/, people were not at our' landing and tier heels were then worked I iwurs .wn and I I I which are aU they
Holland) and fsegresty exclaimed Farmers ( Growers and Ranchers
tine
bl.wl Oft U/tta DOW m.!d Sipresmt art ,
on how quiet it i Is
: I am oa regular shift
Was were, of course waking ken and bow good the cold air LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND

unoVtr ilsastrous COIX'lWoI' >>-DO felt WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
I neswe still dai'i"t have sayno "He squeezed two quarts of I'
lights or water which we do orange Juice and I made sandwiches
have at the present time.It to sustain him along the & Lew Ceet Tare Mortgage- i
s S''f jt"lr Is Impossible tat me to describe way lie took pictures of everything rEDElAL LUND\ BANK LOAN :j

I I I '/ tti/< ,16 : the devastation in the and wrote a post cardto Will Fmrelsa Cash T* .
city. The ground Just opened up his mother for me to mall g Bcfloaaee de... II I IC
and blocks: : of boots dropped and was finally off to the north. Fteaiat farm 1III""ftaeata. new lutlilbji! *..,
into craters 30 to SO feet de- pOur "Erik gave him the deluxe cae wind macataea and Instan trrtgailM.Assist .
: main street which: is 4th tour of the Tracking Station e to paxebase el a farm, fiT or muckS
street, .U a abmmbles One block after Introducing him to the big Purchase' ware land.FrevUe .
the 1 roofs of the buildings art /wheel as 'an exchant-: : engineer! ICyiiw'' record{ U one of e capital fond far tile farm Wterjrb,
Fm even with the street I cant from Holland' He took many ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
rat c/eclicafeJ/ / ,tfreleu irvke
Imagine such destruction: without pictures out there and headed OA9! ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
hAt
thousands being killed. One beck to Balcam Grove, the Blue to commum'y. I. Lever parmnta.X. .

section known u "Turnigan Ridge Parkway to Cherokee, longer term gap to II years).
by the'sea, an exclusive area lat Smoky Mountain National Park ORLANDO SENTINEL( 1. Dependable/ service serving aiTkaltur exeMnk ,
least one where the wealthier and Cattlinburg and Knoxville since 1117),
ql 64' h people had beautiful homes was His parting words to me were t 4s 4. Fall prepayment privileges 'Wlthll\lt peachy!
I- j moved pilot Cook Inlet-everything that he will come: back here to 5. Lena service Ivy bed pe>vl 11'I' famBUr will( fail apt
lost Just the roofs sticking spend his honeymoon in our cnltnre.

1 1 ''' I out of the water. Of course, I trailer since someone has already If we eaa be el servlee, to ye* please. writ M vita
Iii\\, 'I I III' don't mean the. icntlt-e! area, done it before him. Ho W. K. MAY, Mar. or DOYLE E. ABBOTT, Met Vp
Mom I mean Just the ones took a brochure: from her."

along the bluff IMt U to the in- Ridder was driving a car to 1 Federal Land Bank Associationof
Chicago fur its owner who had
letAt present Lee and I are staying returned north by plane, and he

with some people by the was given several days to make Paid pot tdv. paid Bradenton
name of Tyner.We the trip, so he planned quite
for
by Kyntc camp fund rHONEI ,4MISI ,B.ADENTO> ruiwsmir
Y do have a place to move, a tight-seeing tour enroute. Ronnie Spencer chairman
but can't get it until April 10th
It U In the building where we
,;. are staying\ but I shall writ

e s e e ; more about what we are going' Garth L. Lewis
to do and where we will boat!
later date.
a
At present I am lucky to be General Contractor
alive and know after such a ,
harrowing experience I shall try New Construction Additions

desperately to be a better parson AWAY
Ili.lAlllN
and try to get closer to rn/ Free estimate
The r.inll wet the road I II slippery the wind ls I fierce but that' doesn trouble the God No one, but no one, can on any job '

'Jeep' Wagonser. No matter where happening outside your windshield, you're safer when you'r* know the horror of riding out Phone: Belle Glade WY 6.6069
N 'J driving a Wsg neer Why? In one word: "Drlvopower"* M ep' whl "Orivepower" I I. what an earthquake by oneself on the FREEAT
r Wagoner had that no other car In the world hex Its what keeps upper floor of a large apartment. 655 SW 2nd Street ....
all four wheels gripping, the road, providing, the kind of traction .r7"-er-- building

r I that you cant gtt with any ordinary vehicle. .. We are still getting mail
,: .,,' The 'Jeep Wagoner will take you through through so ;you can write to
.,' mud snow or sleet' and over rugged terrain 1200 L Street and Lee Is goingto FULLER'SMaiq

that no other car would even attempt So for'I' .... :i' the get new our address mall changed which I eitherto doII.t"OOW 1 (')tL 8<<41355D AL

... the love o' your family get 'Jeep WagontsrlKAISER s, at this time or General ,*. VI 8-2682

Jeep CORPORATION twt t.w. Delivery; but lust send it to
Ii 1200 L StIeefor the present or
t i '""DKVfPOWtK' Wigonetr station w. on'" new, 'Improved and xelulv 4.wh'I'l drive .yt..... until you hear from me further. C.) Paint Store
still Thurmond W. Knight
1 The 1200 U standing
.ALL NE'V ,I"t1., 'I.. b'. .AiGONEER Some say it will be razed, some

See your'Jeep' d f. ., *-I I ,'monjtratlon drive today NY it will be restored and some "Accredited Farm & Land Broker Complete Line of Paint and SupplitsPhone
ay it will Just fall Only time YU 2-3281
will Ui- This! 1 urn sure of. I Thurmond Knight Really. Inc. omcci F
s I'"r i refusoW" live then again Viewor B.X pans. _'.Ie,. *MII 2010 Avenue E t44 E. Sngarland Hwy. Clewiston.
;, SUGARLAND MOTORS no view. Tr.e view of the WMI rein Buck, rtorM Riviera Beach 4:1!:
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place we Are staying Is the ..: ".-. ,, r.._ ... :

t neighbors bark yard, and I have
841 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clew ton, Florida never seen such beautiful garbage ,

: :." M 'm uwun EM (U zar" Tues.. ABC Ch. 10 Must cans close in for my now life, OPEN 1 to 6 P.M'

; Scads of Love. HOUSE

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