The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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VOLUME 37 NUMBER 4 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sea 343. PJl Subscription 4.00 fear

Fuller resigns -1\\

4 af Sidewalks beautification'in

t recreation Ion| ,

Eugene M. Fuller ha resigned!

as recreation director of Clewis .

ton, effective February 15, to

f accept similar position in the }
city planning .

s submitted larger city his of resignation Alken S. C.several Fuller program .

day ago and it was officially

received by the commission on J Anew water contract, beautl.cation log system to care for the possible, but will first get' he missioner Leon Bembry will

Monday evening at the regular '" of Royal Palm Avenue plant She was asked to submit original plant in operation satisfactorily present a recommmendatlon on

) ACTIVELY PLANNING the 19(4Jlendry ton Ernie Miller Robert Adams Mrs. Ethel meeting end discussion of some sidewalk sketches to the commission. and have a basis of filling this position at the next

County Fair and livestock Show- toe Willis. Dave Fatness treasurer John Corbla Fuller improvement occupied Mrs. Stewart said the Club has cost and experience on which commission meeting i,
[{ held In February are Mated left to right and Frank Polhlll who was not present for ton graduated from Clewl! much of the city commissioner agreed to supervise the plant- 'to plan further service He said J. M. Lankford asked about

''Clce president Grsttoa George, president R. the picture.STAFF FIIOTO. log High Florida School State before!attend. time at 'their regular meeting in by city forces "give us about six months, and reported complaints on sign* he
secretory Frank Veltre dlree University -Monday evening we will be able to give an Intelligent has erected at various location
Dunwiy where he received his The commission requestof
degreein on
rt. 4 The water contract with
new : answer to your request. where he 1 I. agent tor property
recreation work and completing U. S which the Lions Club presented by "
c Sugar Corporation offered for sale or rent He wa*
, a two-year military serviceas ji*'as approved U similar to the Curtis Fry, waived license fee Mr. Ford also mentioned the told the size and location of the
: a paratrooper After a ;yearas ,< urrent one. but has provisions on the circus which the Club 1* violation
directors with acute need for sidewalk on signs were not In of the
pair busy recreation director in McRa sponsoring
he ft>r automatic renewal and re- Pacific Avenue and Mayor city: ordinance: as far as the
returned to his home
city. dulrements for a prior notice of Lonnie Ford asked the commission Jones explained that this street commissioner: know, but the

The City Commission employ .any increase la rate, or for canetllatlon if any time table has la a state primary road and has wording on the signs! must be

,ed Fuller to set up the recreation by either party. been set up for extension of been surveyed by the state road limited to stating that the property .

department four year ago, JMr Elbert Stewart reported sewage facilities to areas which department for improvement, 1 II for sale or rent and the

livestock show ,,upon completion of the Wether- ty the commission that the Gar want and requeat It, specifically the commission does not :yet agent: the signs on which, the
[air plans aid Youth Center which 1* the den dub has plan for the beau- Pacific Trailer Park area wherehe have the department's design for complaint: were received were

heart of the local youth pro ttflcatlon of Royal Palm Avenue plans expansion Commissioner the planned improvement, but advertising signs only, and did
gram. He assumed his dutiesin which will require four Royal Dan McCarthy told him the agree that sidewalks are needed not indicate that the property.
time to assist in letting up paint tree and 52 red hibiscus commission: wants to extend the entire length of this streetto was for sale.Commissioner.

Lector* of the Hendry Coun- pew for this year, will 1 be the and all children will enjoy a 'the furnishing and equipment .plants, and some kind of water- sewage service: as rapidly a* the city limits at Sonora McCarthy re-

air and Livestock Show art multi-ribboncutting: which will special rate of lOe: and ISc on the ,of the Center and started the Avenue, and will work to speed ported that the renovation of the
ting almost weekly working Officially'open the fair at S:45 by midway from 2 until 6 p.rn. program. In the spring of 1980 Miss Sugar Contestants the construction in any way electric distribution it well un-

plans fop the 12th annual the Mis1 Sugar'contestant Repeating activity will be the the management and operationof l_ ',_ ,__ possible. der way
>sltlon which! will be C held Tuesday ha*' been tabbed opening parade and youth beef the swimming pool war The commission and J. ,M.

ruary 229.ancer Farm Family bay, at which cattle show on Monday; youth placed Under,the recreation department Lankford reached agreement onUs
.time. ..family will be .honored dairy show, baked goods exhibit. and In January 1961 .aih request to exchange the easement Tag deadlineis

as the family. of the year Wednesday and booth Judging activity'on an assistant was employed to in block 431, to make the
workers: ; niaht'.proar.m will include Tuesday; calf: scramble and fireworks share' the duties of the enlarged utilities line straight rather than

Jlrework! for, the' .first on Wednesday; Mis Sugar program which Includes summer containing a Jog as it,now does. approachingIf
time. beauty contest on Thursday recreation playground activities There are at present no power'

dopt "Tell your, Southland Amusement of ; kids day and v.rletahow at the center and the oool! r lines, water mains or telephone haven't purchased
Tampa, have been engaged to on Friday; and Saturday has and a program of basketball cable in the block, and the intention you your
1964 auto license tag yet better
return again this year and win been termed "everybody' and flag football for the younger 1* to redesign the easements
The deadline
hurry. approachIng -
bring additional ride and concession 'day" before,
eighbor"slogan boys, they are con-
19G3 tags will expire at
this year Friday Feb. The ground will be open from c. ..tructed.CommJ'llont'l'. 20. '
midnight, February
28, will be designated Kids Day ,10 a.m. until 10 p.m. Fuller goes to a larger area Slices reportedthat
lunteer workers .who are broader Paul Pullen, who 1sln'ehare:
with opportunity for sidewalks have been rebuilt
the of sales in Clewiston, suggest
ated to spreading
service Alken 1 I. in the area affected on the south and east side
about cancer: ai well at that you buy your tag today.
River k
by the Savannah
of the Pioneer Apartment block.
lain, funds are fought by Tigers outlast project The 1960 ,populationcount The commission: authorized a "Monday and Friday
American Cancer Society, '
was 11000 In the city letter to be sent to the owner, thl* office la swamped with
planning Its 1964 crusade- limit of Aiken; 22,000 in the stating that further damage to tag purchasers, and every

area metropolitan area and 11,000 in the sidewalks at this location ene haste .uDdIn line and

N. W, Larkum of 'Chobee 4645Tall the eoynty Fuller will be Director will be charged to the owner. wait" he said. "The three
es, president of the Florl- of Recreation; hlr staff Commissioner Dan McCarthy day .In the middle of the
ranch of the American: Boo will consist of a program director suggested that, due to the .xpaaslon week btuineee to very alack.FeepU .

drove thi* point borne.in a ,secretary, and a director ,_ 3WS; IOAM'CE' ,WOOl! MISft DONNA,STOKES( of services at .the golf whe.caa box. their I
acing the campaign with, Bill Carithert found him[ it dwindle"\ to ltd at the end of of the program for Negro, course and other change being tan en tbeee day find they )
sated Wedne- mantes which 1* administered tinder Us. made in connection: with the new have much lea watting M
volunteers self during the last three the first period. The Visitor ; .- Interest in Miss Sugar contest perksas '
evening of the Okeechobee-Clewls- outscored the Tiger 13-T' to supervision building and their operation, do.

Ve need people who are ton basketball game Tuesday move into the Intermission tied Mr. and Mrs. Fuller and their Country that the Club agreement should with contain: the Tag sales are about the lame
night and controlled: the backboards 19-19 15 deadline
ig to tell their neighbor of ion Charles Frank, expect to February approaches provision for a disinterested a* last year at this time, said
on both end of the The which II 1 of the
game, one Pullen who anticipate the usual
angers of cancer: and the move to Alken the weekend of bookkeeper ,(not necessarily a
percentage of person whoor court: plus inking the lan three best seen this season, tilted toward The first contestants for the Miss Joanne Wood, daughter public accountant) to check the rush on_the final week.

will !have, cancer.: We field goal to enable the Tiger Clewiston in the third February 15th. a* he will assume 1964 "Miss Sugar"contest have of Mr. and Mr. Joe Wood, 1* records on an annual basis. The The Clewiston office I II in the

ever repeat this too often to beat the fast Improving quarter behind the sharp shooting his work: there on February been announced this week by.the being sponsored by Jones Texaco commission agreed county, lubofflc building at the

U too many people about Brahman 4645 in a real thriller of At Morrell 34-30. Morrell 17th. ""tll11| | Fair committee Service' and Miss Donna The resignation of Eugene M. Fair Ground Tag are on sale

The Tiger opened fart and scored 23 of his total of 28 In the Stoke, daughter of Mr. and Fuller a* recreation director In the tax collector' office at

built up a 12 point lead earlyIn first three periods, the final Mr. ,Willie Stokes, is being was accepted with regret Com the courthouse in LaBelle.
ancer strike ODe la four; the first quarter only to see three being free throws, two of "Bud" Dickinson i is r candidatene sponsored by ,Oorbln's Farm .
two out of every three which pulled Clewiston ahead and Ranch Supply.
le ; last rear more. with about two minutes to '0- .

The ended with Owls- of Sunshine State"Saturday Other contestants and sponsors
game for "Oi
at school chU- Spratt announces
year more : Lions return ton freezing the ball after governor have agreed to participate
died of cancer: than any
Okeechobee had stolen the bell in the annual contest and will
disease. Senator Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson : morning be announced next week according
on a previous freeze attempt of West Palm Beach Dickinson has adopted three
profit to : to Bob Adam, committee
early 300.000 died and had "traveled" on an attempt
made hit formal announcement: words, "One Sunshine State"as chairman Assisting Adam
lan tor what could have been
cer year a* candidate for governor on a a campaign slogan, toemphasise with arrangement are Mr. for
dewliton Lions dub hat
the winning basket m* the Tigers representativeJ
II year 830.000 AmerS- presented 1100 to the Clewiston lead 4645. whirlwind tour of the Sate, his intimate knowledge Woody Carruthert and Mr.
will be under medical School to purchasenew speaking to member of his with all area and hit Intention Bob Ban Girl interested in
Elementary The win give Clewiston a campaign committee and supporters > to serve them alt "Onlya
ant for cancer: participating the bathing> suit
book for it* library
the club member couldn't be conference: 4-4 record a* they in every area from Penaacola unified Florida I can compete contest are urged to phone YU R. (Jack) Spratt. LaBelle schools in Hendry County Hewa
0000 Americana will be about it. travel to Sebring Friday night to Key Wait, and the tour fat the area of world-wide competition 3-2931 or YU! 2-1634 for complete business man and agriculturist also instrumental the establishment
of cancer thi* year happier The Tiger "B" squad droppedthe wound up in ForVLauderdale ," he said "We must details prior to the February IS today announced Ida candidacyfor : of recreational areas
The Lion have been concern 3521Okeecaobe
opener within state the determination
arouse our
deadline Member, House of Representative and facilities
000 for
Americana are dead. Hendry County
ed about the 15046 profit theymade.on to excel in an that
add have J eel saved of the Hallowe'en Carnival ((45)) 0 V 'I this 1 11 only *. Hendry County, succeeding sportsmen and other group.
...... S 312Walford we dot only in thl way can: we year C. E. Miner who 1* not la
r in 1963 It they had paid last fail. The Carnival wasa Davis .. ... attract the quality investment WOO; each girl contestant will Spratt a graduate of North
ion to the seven cancer: but the profit was ..,:.. .. 3313 suit seeking re-election. Carolina State College and a
huge success desire for State. provide her own bathing
and had regular medt- mistake The Lion did Clay ____=__ 1 0 I. we our Spratt 1* well known throughout Navy veteran of World War U.
a big "I j pledge to'strive for excellence and will be asked to participate
eck-up" Markham __ 1 0 2 Hendry County. Since coming He Is married the father of two
not Intend to make any money in every area of Florida in a ribbon cutting ceremony:
Rankin I to LaBelle some sixteen children and la a member of t
the Carnival wasn't" that of the Fair
"teen Including on ; North'West'1 East on the opening day
person Whlte ........... 0 0 0 year ago be has been very active numerous civic group a* well
od Mr*. Leroy Feller of aort of project1 Central and South .. at which time a "tailored" outfit
Dixon 1 0 2 in governmental, church: and a* a member of the Official
le, met with Dr.: Larkum When the Carnival wa over, .. We leek: only to unite our State will be required.The civic affair He 1* serving his Board of the LaBelle Methodist :
> OewUton Inn bad miscalculated; and la dynamic, and Intensive effort -
patio, in someone : Totals 20 S 45Clewlete. a sponsors will receive: a second four-yesr term on the Church.In .
campaign that 139," profit. toward ..chleyln.nctJ.
meeting there wa
of Public
Hendry County
trophy, a* will the winning contestant : announcing hi* candidacy
James L, Legg of Fort Last week, they decided to (U) 0 F TA lens Ja each and every task and Miss Sugar will receive Instruction and 1 a now Chairman subject to the Democratic primary ..
give the profit back: to the Morren .....M30 010Yoder set before us, and iq meeting his tenureon
volunteer field worker t a cash: prize .a* will the of that body. During in May, Spratt stated:
new chairman will be school children and to make -. ..., .... 0 2 2 the need 'of'each and every first and second runnersup. the Board, the Hendry County "The people of Hendry County

following the real...- It a nice: round figure, they added Bowden .. .. .... 000Carlthera area ofour State. school system has steadily have honored me by twice electIng : -
Gene Fuller who la movdewlaton $40,54 from their own treasury 4 0 a "Wi' cannot settle for Just The fair runs from February progressed and now rank favorably me to the Hendry County,

111 February and presented the achool Baldree ....---... 0 0 0 good-.cIue.tIoD-wt: want an 24-29 and the beauty contest will with the school: systems of School Board, the lan time with-
with f 100 'to buy library Bible 0 2 J EXCELLENT education: for all Feb. 27.
an even, be held on Thursday most of our counties, both a* to out opposition I am now askingfor
.oe 4: a boots.Now. M. Morrea .,,...... J 4 a of Florida'! children teachers' and In modern
., pay an opportunity to serve you
the Lion are sappy "We'canno accept Just ade physical: facilities in an office of even
ch your cHildren: agaln-4M'alo' win! be the Total ._.. -- 16 14 46 quite'" employment demand Tour slidesshown .If( I feel that
youngaars"wllk'the new, book Okeechobee. 6 13 11 15-45 EXCELLENT: employment con- In addition, Spratt tented two your
''* 12-46 "BCD" DICKINSON (Continued S) club r.-m.mbet..of: five-. representative in the Legislature
traffic safety In':their. library? dewistoo 12 T 15' Page to year county a*advisory committee: for (Continued on Page a)

VIOral Buslne and Professional Edison Junior College, a portionof X I / )lt-!

Women' Cub met at the Clew which time he wa vice chair Aliens registerin

Sabin Vaccine available Friday liton Inn Patio Tuesday evening man. HIS work with that grou
and aw a terie of color Involved the selection of a"rtsM January' .-

tilde of interesting place and dent, administrative staff and* Edward'p. Ahren, District

HELP people which were made by the handling of many othef mat Director', nog'Ithe.Immigration,
:Although 2S59 persona"received to get this Important protection 183 at South.. Clewliton313 / by the Lee and Hendry County Mr. and Mr. W. Dean Kingon ten prior to opening of the and Naturalization Jervlce! \ today

YOUR their dose of Sabin Polio and help make our communityfree at Big Cypress" Reservation Medical Societies. Dr.: E. B. their European trip last College and during it* first yearof urged all, alien in the Stateof

Vaccine Sunday the'local"'com from Type One polio" and Marguerite' Camp., MeConvUlo and Dick Baker ummer.. operation.For Florida wM have not_ let(
mobile unit will visit the were cochairmen.A : twelve ,.'
mittee 1* continuing effort The the past yean fined out alien address rtpdrt
through' Vile week to give the Elementary school from 8 JO. to 426 ,*t various farm camp large number of volunteer Mr. and Mr.. King were Spratt hat served II Chairman forms, to 4A *o before January
vaccine to a* many other a* 9:30 tomorrow morning sad the visited by \the mobile unit assisted with the work Sunday; guest of the club: and Mr. King of the Hendry County Water 31 at the kearest Immigration/
High School from 9:30 to 10;30, Dick Phelps. Dr. McConvUle gave an Interesting commentary Conservation Committee a 11- and Naturalization Service office

possible."We feel the program war a and Harlem Academy from 11 The vaccine (it three drop'' of and Rev. David Denslow flew to on-the slide *. they were lOG and advisory group to the or local Port"OfficeThe' .J. w

,huge success" said Dick: Baker, a m. till 12 noon. colorless, tasteless liquid which West Palm Beach Friday for the ihown.Mr. Central and Southern Florida ImmlfraUon'Wffdalpelnted >

RETy PAt D1 co-chairman: "but a* long a* In the afternoon feedingsta 1 II dropped Into a tiny drink: of ferum.la *: Harriet Zauel presided Flood Control District and a eat that the law require
there la even one person who dons will be set up at the B&$$ distilled water. The program charge of the local!stations at"'a ,brief business' meeting body dedicated: to the orderly aO ...-....... *xeept .
ha not had the vaccine: we will Parking Lot and the AAP Park. was Set op in Hendry 'county were Robert Kelly A. A,,Thom during which plan for the next and progressive development of persasM to eertata tftpto- .
not be completely satisfied with list Lot. to give the vaccine to to complete: till cycle: of three as. Mr*. Rozler. Mr, Earl district meeting were dlacuced. our water resource auto eater and all alien /

our Job. ,We feel that through any who appear.In dose begun last spring,'at that Morrison, Rosa LaByer John A few year ago, Spratt headed her. temporarily a* antcnaltaral .
of Clewiston this week: with the extra visit the program Sunday, the Urn* vaccine against type two Morrison Rae LaByer; John the Hendry County Improvement eentraet ............ te
of the mobile unit tomorrow' *following 'dote were given: and;three were given. Corbln and R. N. Adam staffed The bostes committee *erv- Authority: whose work resulted rep H their addreaat to

(Friday) we wffl be able to give 964 at Clewiston High School the mobile unit which visited! the ed pumpkin pie, coffee and. tea in the construction: of the OevermasesH each Jaasf
lice Department everyone possible an opportunity: 673 at Harlem Academy. The program Will sponsored farm camps following the meeting., gymnatorium at the three high ary.I.ECTO&S .



Raby and Redding Bknint Monte' Avenue' lots
Two THE CLEWJSTON NEWS OewbtoD, J'1a. board which eliminates the older TWENTY YEARS: AGO .Presbyteriansplan Patients remalntort H of 9 in block: 14174 IT.

Thursday, January 23, 19&t 'plug-In board. Under the (From Clewiston News Charles MIner Shirley: Lewis will be 32x52,, 32140, pll1l
e Sonny Sez new plan Instead of call lor Jim Jan Z1, 19<<) buildingA Eloise Harris, Fannie Stanford. garage, and WUl cost III .
Jones office, :you "should" ask Moore Haven boys and girls Dorothy Lowe, James Clark, E. ed $22,400. tIUJzaa
THE CLEWISTON NEWSPublished for number. 123 to add to the defeated Clewlston in basketball decision to construct a new T. Mathls, Patricia Carnes. Coa.tallmperlal Homes ,

Clewlston Is losing the services confusion of getting callers orientated by margins of one and three Fellowship HaH on .the site of Mary; ThIelen, Nell McLean, Is constructing six CBs ,
every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston. of two men who have done some of the numbers points respectively.! the present' parish house was Yvonne Langdale, Francis Raby', In block t29, facing
Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation.. much in molding the future of "pushed" didn't get the desired The City of dewlstoif leased reached by the Community Ivan Grimes, Temple Hogan Obispo and Alvardez On aver

Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the our young folks, in the near fu results. Time however, Is curing some land and operated a trailer Presbyterian Church at the annual Terersa Edwards, Geraldine These homes are in !
I Post Office in Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of the ills and the new switchboard park on Central Avenue near the congregational meeting last Dees. Anne Tlgertail, Eva class, according to the the J 11.-

March 3. 1879. ture.Eugene Fuller, director of the takes up little more railroad station.-to betp relieve Wednesday. Members elected a Phelps and Baby Boy' McLean. permits Issued at City Han :
Clewlston Recreation Depart space than a typewriter the housing shortage. building committed I H. N. God- each wm be 37124' ,III
I dlilDq ment, has submitted his resignation -51- There were 14 trailers In the hey', J. W, Beardsley G. H. Births size plus a garage feet
A S Vg11 Nacnv Frank E. Conkllng and Mr. and Mrs. Walker Nan, spacs
; to accept a similar position The Miss Sugar contest is a camp. Brown. George Bradley a < ,
llllJ in Allies, S. C. few weeks and there is H. L. (Rosy) Johnson became "Mrs. W. C. Owen Sr., and empowered Moore Haven, are the parents inga 48x25 frame dweSaf
Gene has done a terrific Job need sway for for county agent after sis months the group to consult aa of a son, Philip Cecil who was lots 1, 2. block: 433. facing
a great "courage" ,
o" Subscription Rates -_.-_.- $4.00 per :year in establishing the present recreational girls who don't have quite lapse store the departure of D. architect and secure preliminary: born January 18 in Hendry General street. The estimated AIIIo
tAo Guaranteed) program In Clewlston H. Ward, who accepted a job In plans to be presented to the congregation Hospital weighing pounds S7.SOO. flan I
1961 (Return Postage enough nerve to enter the contest
C41 and has gained favorable state First "official" entries the British West Indies. when ready.At Mr. and Mrs James Douglas, W. L. Hughes is
flQ BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher are The thermometer dropped to which Is the Jr.. of LaBelle, announce the cosukstet
and national publicity for Clew. In this week's News and It Is the meeting, a CBS dwelling on lots I
S. H. STALLS Managing Editor iston and himself with the present hoped that interest will 32, and there was a heavy' frost annual business meeting of the birth of a son, Colomer. The W% 1, block 431 facto III
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon, 8-1201 physical fitness program. now.' The Fourth War Loan campaign church, Mrs. Owens and H. C. baby was born January: 17 and Paso avenue, at an estlnm, 1

Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves The new position la definitely a I had picked the "winner" for was on.' Jones were elected to a three weighed eight pounds. cost Of S7.000. The house
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! promotion for Gene and will the News contestant and bless The City of Clewlston conducted :year term as elders. Mr. and Mrs Frank Powers be ZSxU feet in size
THB NEW8 a..umM BO r..pon. .lbtlltr for the return of un- present him with new horizonsto a police school to train Mrs. Alvin Zauel was electedto are the parents of a nine pound
'.ollclted manu.o.lpt. 0' photoc.apb.THE my sole aha blushes the prettiest Walter Comrle Is
NEWS uoumea no financial .lIpon.lblllt for hypo.x conquer and no doubthe pink 'Just at the mention of civilians In law enforcement, asa a three :year term as deacon eight ounce son, Danny James, $2.700 addition to his buildlm
graphical .rrora or oommlulons la ad..tI..m.nt but If notlfl.dof will. Our sincere best wishesto defense measure. and W. L. Brantley', Jr., and who was born January 17 at horn
will the contest
reprint cor West Crescent
push errors before tb. nut toque of the paper Drive, on ta.
recta that part of the adve.tl.em.nt In which the error occurred. Gene as he moves' next monthto Cumin S. Martin were elected Hendry General Hospital.Mr. 14, and 15, block 204.
J. the News wlll.nduce price theladvertleement "by nn his new position and home. TEN TEALS AGO to three year terms as trusteei. and Mrs. Thomas McLeanare
I.... the the of (From Clewiston News the proud parents of a
amount equal to the p..e..t.c. of the total .paee a. the erron.eou. The second change, while not A. W Lawrence war elected
or omitted copy nprtxnttd. losing Richard Pape s' resi Jan. 21. 19M) treasurer end Mrs J. W. son. Steven who was born January CARD Of THANKS
| lfs Now Bobby' Han 19 old & H.
History :year 18. The baby: weighed eight
dent It will create a large void Beardsley, financial secretaryeach There are no words In
killed In trac
S. graduate was a
in the vocational and FFA pro- tor terms at one :year. pounds, four ounces. I can really express what
Politics is a high callingJohn tor-car crash on Pacific Avenue amy
grama at CHS. Richard has accepted THIBTY YEARS: AGO one morning about 8 a.m. His Other routine business affairs heart for each of the Q,
the position of Glades- of the church were transacted under friends who have
(From Clewlston News New hornet been w I
heroes has car skidded Into the tractor and
H. Glenn, one of America's top current Hendry County Agricultural Jan 19. 11130 including reports of the church to us in the tragic lost d
entered the political arena and has received criticism from Stabilization office manager. he was thrown organizations. wife and mother.
The building which housed the construction
his Ellis Raymond was
will besmirch
some sources on the grounds that this He has been teaching In the warehouse of department We are deeply'
commissary sentenced to 29 :years for his grateful to i
image in the eyes of America and particularly American local school for 11% :years and of homes have been of for
United States Sugar part in the robbery: of the First Ora Wood Circle Nine new :you :your many j
youth. has done an outstanding 'Job. Corporation was destroyed by' Bank of Clewlston the previous started In Clewlston since January deeds and expressions tf[ i

The exact opposite should be true. During the intervening :years, fire of an unknown origin which April studies bookThe first and most of them win patty; for the floral ofttt

There Is no higher profession than that of guiding our a continuing expansion of the was discovered shortly after Eric Thomas and John R. Barton be occupied during the month the food the many: neJtf

h nation through the democratic processes of government agricultural plot, mainly with midnight The building was a Jr., both In England got) Ora Wood Circle of the of March, according to present deeds and for :your prayen

America must be made stronger at every level. We sugar cane and the enlargement total loss.Conscious. together' for a visit during the First Baptist Church met at the schedule.R. comfort.B..
of the Future Farmers of America .
must awaken to the fact that our physical fiber and our cattle has of the need for Improved New Year holiday. church Tuesday morning for E. Burchard Is building a L. Ingram,

moral fiber are weakened. It is natural that one who has rapidly. Within project the last progressed month, fire fighting equipmentthe Linda Lee was installed worthy the regular monthly meeting. home*for B. W. Caughlln on del Byrl: Ingram and bi'

dedicated himself to the service of his country should seek the Klwanls and Lions Clubs city commission' asked forbids advisor of Rainbow Girls. The program' was on the"Citizenof

opportunity to serve it in the field of government The hallsof tave donated over $500 worth of to be opened February 5 Shirley: Benbow and Ralph Two Worlds" by
offer on a fire truck, and plans were Casseaux were married In the Mrs. Lewis L. Dabney.' REPORT t CARDS
Congress an apt spot :tools for vocational training In
made to Install fire plugs on First Methodist Church. Attending were Mesdames A.
We should deeply appreciate the action when honest the shop. streets where water from the Bill Trolls received the Bachelor R. Broadjtoot, A. C. Moths, T. p vn Hmt. meettnTng' tcalt? 4
upright intelligent dedicated, Christian men and women The new position will allow canals is not easily. available.The of Design degree at the University L. Tanner T. C. Yon Robert
offer themselves for public office. ,pape more time for develop. !' the progress of OUt children Of
register at the sugarhouse of Florida. Kelly Martha Topper, E. M. \
Our need of such leadership in government was never ment serving of In his his own new interest,Important while stowed that 1,000 visitors Cornette A. H. King and Ralph acts, too, are being tallied' day bf

more acute than today. capacity. have been shown through on the Ford. day .In Goers report. rd. -

---u- guided tours since the mill opened ,L cr$,
on December 2nd; this was

City shares building boom They' say this is the modern an average of 28 for each day' 0 For we mast off appear Wore Ae judgment MOl eCV&lIbaf !/

"push-button" ace, but .I'll bet visitors were allowed. 324 Haiti Street
Ihingt" done In Us body,occur*
fecefre me
Construction was booming in Florida last year and the 'phone operators at USSC Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. Clewlston. Florida every one say
both Hendry county cities had a share In that boom. Monday morning would have Gayle McFadden and Mrs. A. 0. January 21, 1964 Patient admitted fa fe Ifcof ae "bat done whether 1 .be good er badeN

The Florida Contractor and Building magazine says given anything! to be back la the Ward entertained 18 tables of Mrs. Beryl Bowden Editor Yvonne Ivan Grimes Langdale, Eva, Fannie A. Phelps Stanford ., Corinthian itO.

that 60 percent of Florida cities showed a dollar gain in good ole days. bridge players as a benefit for The Clewlston News Mary Thfekn, Carol Jean Presbyterian Church
Inter County recently Installed the Ladies Aid Society of the Clewlston Florida. Community
building volume the and these
over previous gives
year Harper James W. dark, Palm Avenue
Bowden 407 :Royal
a new pushbutton console Community; Church. Dear Mrs. :
figures for Hendry county cities: My question at the School Charles Miner Cells Nan Caroline HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister

1962 1963 Board meeting was "Why was Douglas E. T. Mathls. Patricia 9.45: A.M. Bible School 6:00: PM.. Youth FeUowsUr
tntjr nr p' o' j Games, Nell McLean
CLEWISTON ;:...___ $561,200 804,549 my' son whipped? I did not Anola Williams, Patricia Powers Youth SundayService

LaBELLE _.....___ 191,370 322.850 question the legal rights of the James Crockard Francis: Conducted by' Young People
teachers or principal to whip ,
Tampa led the state with $61,489,609 followed by Ft SOUTH FImUDAI'III1 my son. All I would like to --

Lauderdale, Miami, St Petersburg, Hollywood, Jackson. know Is the reason he was

ville, Boca Raton, Hialeah, Winter Park and Gainesville, in whipped.I .
that order. FirdWOrks'! have asked several teachers,
I I ( including the one who sent him Clewiston Church Director)
beauty contest to the principal's office, and the

Something to think about I Stock car races principal and none of them seem
\, I I I pony show warrant this punishmentOne Booker Point APOSTOUC FAITH 407 Rw a1 Palm Amen
By r space oxhibits f teacher's personal opinion Paul Strickland, Pastor Sooth OewMom Henry H. Ford Minister

A March of Dimes from coast to coast JANUARY 24 "'FEBRUARY, was that my son was making 10:00: a.m.-Sunday' School. Bro. Luther Dixon Pastor 9:45: a.m.-Sunday SchooL
[ l'
fun of the bandmaster 11:00 Morning Worship. 10:00: a.m. Sunday School. Wors '
With aid for those who need it most; with : a.m.- 11:00 a.m.-Morning

An army love alone commandsOf ?1000 EXHIBITS AND, THRILLS 1000 J which a girl my sitting son denies next ,to along my' son Wednesday: : 11:00: a.m. Preaching. 11:00: a.m.-Nur.ery In the
hearts and minds and skillful hands Adults 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Tuesday: lab House.
7Sc.Students(1IiI4( ar rf5pc} gnildrea 2k but this teacher did not send
Against a grim disease arrayed. J Follow the red arrows either of them to the principal.The Saturday: 7:30p.m.: -Prayer Meeting. 8.00: p.m.-Westminster Ftl

Until the conquering blow is made. Opea Daily 10 ....-Saac1a, 1.... bandmaster did not know T.OO: pm.-Youth Meeting. Friday: ship.
: p.m.-Young People's Wednesday':
A March of Dimes. Share everyone S. 98 >r West Palm Beach why my son was whipped so COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL- Meeting 7:30: -Choir Practice.
This war which can and must be won. evidently he did not feel my' son HOLINESS CHURCH p.m. _

; was making fun of him Sooth ClewlatoB. .
Rev. J. R. Taylor. Pastor
whipped, he was suspended until 131 W. Oweola Avenue
Rev. Larkin Connor's.m.Sunday
School. .
10:00 _
; I went with him to the principal Rev. David Denslow. Pastor
J out the 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 8.00: a.m.-Sunday Mast
to try to straighten 9.43: a.m.-church SchooL Mast
7:43: p.m.-8unda Evangelistic 7:00: p.m.-Sundaf
time the principalgave
At that
mess 11.00: e.m.Morning Service. Weekday 1
Service. 7:00: a.m-Dally
my son a choice of the 8 00
: p.m.-Methocll.t YouthFellowship.
After Wednesday: 7:00: a.m.-First Friday M
whipping or suspension. .
given 7.45: p.m.-Prayer: Service. 8.00: p.m.-J1r.t.Wednesd
t. further discussion ht was
: p.m.--EvenlD Service. Ci
In* additional choice of one hour
7:45 p.m.-Youth Service.Wedneadar.: : lie Ladles'Altar
J after school for a month pickingup : 7:15
: p.m.-cholr Practice
paper on the school grounds. clety.
rPLzT-fl-v: Thinking I would not approveof NOKTHSIDE MISSIONARY Saturday'
his being suspended my son BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH 9:30: a.m.-Religious Initr
: said he'd take the whipping. 304 N. Francisco Street (Epboopal Uon.CHURCH .
After several weeks and meet. Bra Chester Johnson 207 N. Paelfle' _
and Interim Pastor Rev. Clark H. Dorman. Vicar
>I gl with both the principal CHRIST
N P the school board, I have not :yet 9:43 a.m.-Sunday' School Sunday Services: OF
found out why my son was 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 308 Sooth Central Are*

I 1 whipped 8.30: p.m.-BTC. 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and Earl Arnold, Minister
I know the school needs discipline 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. Church School. Sunday':
IL and I certainly approveof Wednesday: Saints and Holy Days as an 10:00: a.m.-Bible School

it However, I believe the 7:30: p.m.-Prayer: Service. nounced. 11:00: ajn.-Worship.
student should be told what he Confessions by' appointment 7:00 p.m.-Worship.

has done to warrant punishment FIRST BAPTIST, CHURCH -'-- Wednesday:

I iRWI IIcJ and be given a chance to 112 E. Ventura Avenue HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Midweek derf
: defend himself. Rev.,Leon M. GabmreU, Hkhway7 and Bible Stud
Also I believe:a student getting Interim Pastor Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor _
.. a whipping should not be 9:43: a.m.-Sunday: School. 9:43: a.m.-Sunday' School. CHURCH OP GOD
whipped where the rest of the 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 11:00: a.m.-Homing Worship. S12 Sooth PaeMo' An*

'" I II student body can ace or hear. SIS: p.m.-Training Union 8:43: p.m--Training Union. Rev. Joe Coleman
I I ".... ,. 1t 1I' There is no teason to add ride 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service. 1:00: p.m.-Evening Worship. 10:00: a jn.-Sunday' School

i cute to punishment Wednesday': Wednesday': 11:00: s.m.-Morning Sergio
l :: Yours very: truly 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers ,$:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting. '7:30: p.m.-Evening Wori
.. u... Lily :T, Montgomery., ; Meeting. Wednesday':

P 1:00: p.m. Midweek Prayer, CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Servii

: 'I4pI Diocesan meeting Service. GOD Friday':
Ckwto- 8:43: p.m.-Choir Practice. 213 Sooth Francsse* Street 7:30: p.m.-Young People',
Mrs. O. N. Pltzen.
James F, KimbreL. Pastor deavor.
tChevrolet's ton, president of the Southwest CALVUYBAPTlSTCHVam Sunday _
Miami Diocesan
Coast Dianecy:: *
Booth Clewkrtom
10:00 '
a.m.-Sunday School.
Council of Catholic Women

new low-cost quality delivery truck! !attended Tuesday a Diocesan at the board Everglades meetIng 9:43:Rev.a.m.Herb-Sunday Hlgdon.School Pastor 11:00 11:00:: a.m.-Morning.nu Children's Worship.naaT.Church. CHRISTTAXNorthDorarUad. AwU**

; 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service. 7:30 '
p m.-Evangelistic Service B. J. Goodrich, Min
This Introduces you to Chevy-Van-our new economy and out Certain sections are treated with hlgh-z ne- 4 Hotel in Miami. 7:00: p.nu-Baptist Training Wednesday: School

deiiverytruck. content primers; others with an aluminum-wax Bishop Coleman S. Carrollwas Union. 7:43: p.m.-ChrJat Ambassadors. 10:00: a.m.-B1b1e Communion W

,,4? It has a low price tag, over 40 sq. ft of completely preservative. guest speaker at the outlined lunch 1:00: p.m.-Worship Service. 11:00: a.m.-Worship Servli

usable flat floor 7J4! ft long, the engine up front and The windshield Is a big flat practical one-piece unit.' eon. In his that talk.win he soon take Tuesday: Thursday: : 7:30: p.m.-Oommunion .*
'a lot of features which make better The changes 8:00 p.ra.-Brotherhood. 7:30 Prayer and Bible *
quality It a buy. big BO-hp 4-cyllnd: standard engine Is more place a* result of the new Ecumenical p.m.- Worship Sern
':, The body and frame-floor are welded together. The powerful than some 6s,yet Is remarkably economical. Council ru1InILCHftlSTlAN Wednesday': Study. Wednesday,.:

truck Is strong, rigid, stable. Doors are double-wall If you need more power,Chevy-Van offers a 120-hp six 7:30 P.BU Hour of Prayer. Friday': 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study..
Thursday: : 4:00: p.m.-Royal Rangers\ for
construction at extra cost Side doors and rear windows
1:00 Choir
j. Chevy.Van has unusual resistance to rust also cost extra. :, in* p.m.- Practice. Boys.

t'I I.;' and corrosion. Especially vulnerable areas 0 7 Last but not least It's a Chevrolet Which

0\ such as front stspwells are galvanized. eauirr sears means that It Is built to work for you along Bible I This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following:

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ed to Lake Placid M44 on the High team game-U. S. S. C. Cewitton 87a. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pap Tbne

Dragon court. The loss makes (Clewiston), 800. Thursday, January 23. 1ge4

11.& 844-13SS Golf championshipat them 3-4 for the conference and High Individual set-John lull

Re.. VI 8-2882 M overall 538.
The Tigers held s small three Scouts receive Dr. Frank Thomas, district
point lead through the first haf: High Inllvldusl game, B. O. Scout commute chairman elf

behind a revived Jimmy Bible Smith. 204. Belle Glade, presenter!the charter
Thurmond stake SaturdayPlay and the return play of Mike Men over 500: Bob Goedhart pack
Knight to Dr. L. G. Vaughant llr.,
Yf.| Martins, who played with two (U. S. S. C.. Clewiston), SOS;
Pack 619 sponsored by president of the P. T. A.
fingers In a cast. Bible scored John Pelhsm. U S. 8 C.. Bryant : -
"Accredited Farm Jf Land Broker" U points which has been hIs 521; John.Bill, U. S. S. c., the Clewiston Parent-Teacher* A. C. Ellison Is chairman of
will begin on Saturdayfor winners of the Championship best this and Association received Its charterIn
evening season Bryant 538. the P. T. A. Scout w.committee
Thurmond Inlato Bea1tr'hac orrioBi the men and women's city Flights. Winners of the other Mazzina dropped in tour left ceremonies Monday night at and Rev. David! Denslow Cub-
BM .... UtTfoni ...... 2010 ATMU. % golf championship at the Country flights will win trophies and handed push shots mar 8 point Men over 200: B. G. Smith. .
Sugarland maiter.SEBRING
wise .... ...... RI.ed.. lUYIlIQ Beach dub, according to Warren prizes will be awarded flight 204. Auditorium.
Howell, tourney chairman.Qualifying winners and runnersup.The Dragon ace Jimmy Hend-
rlcks scored 26 points most of
: round were played
entmtaluMB eom- them In the third quarter as the
last Saturday and Sundayand
alUM onder the dtawetksi laf LP team outscored the Tigers
the entries were divided
Mrs Lerey Bare ts pUnnbif 21-13, a lead which was never
Into flights Monday evening.
a supper Sunday pin cbtg at overcome. With approximately
Play will be from scratch fort '
which time tUe award win 2 minutes- go, Oewljton'l full
e Sft-hole medal play. with 18- be made. The plate will .... court press scored S points :
CLEWISTON SALES Inc. holes each on Saturday
elude. hot docs and bamourgera while holding the Dragons to
Sunday. Tnl Track, U.S *,".S.porl ft ,,
with the 'rtDII....*. fora zero however time ran out ia
will be the
The city champion
830 E. Sugarland'I1wy. YU 2-2C61 dollar donation. the frenzy fin>M>.

Flights and members announced Al Morrell again paced the
has on display the following Glades gasundefeated by Howell Include: Tigers with 19 fninit.

Championship-Ronnie Hare Lake Placid (1M) FG FT IT

Jack Jack: Miller .___ 1 2 4
Bob Berner. Redlsh
New Mobile Homes Martinez Joe Hendry, Earl Rosser ____ 1 0 2
The highflying Glades Gas Morrison Red Smith and Charlie Rover ._, _'___'" 1 2 4
team continues undefeated with Welsenfeld. Sapp.. -. 4 S 11
the sharp-shooting Ernie Hill ___
Bull.rd T 3 11
1 3-bedroom, 55x10' Marlette.,, First flight L e r o y Hare,
leading! the way. Dick Hendrix __ lZ 2 28
Bill :
Etherton Baker iln.
Last Thursday night Parkin Ernie Cornette Nigel Lewis ___ft 0 0 0
son's held Glades Gas to' Its Baker
50x10' Marlette
1 2-bedroom, Miller, George Ltneberger
lowest scoring effort, but was Frank Zemonek Bob McCoIley Totala """._ 27 12 88C1ew"tIOn
unable to hold a brief two point ((81) Fa n TP.A.
and H. T. Jr. "
1 2-bedroom, 53x12' Marlette lead earlier In the game and Second flight-Campbell Vaughn Nail. MorreU I S 19
lost 3425. 2 0 C
H. T. Baldree -------
Bill Prewitt. Ross Egnew.
Scoring for Glades Gas were BobMcD.nlel. Yoder _..___" 1 1 :3Carlthers
1 3-bedroom 60x12' Marlette Hill 8. Jackson 7, Crosby 3. Vaughn Sr.. Eddie Swindle and __...___ 2 2 6Mazzna
Cecil Parkinson
Bundy S, Walker: :3. Williams 6. C 0 I PLYMOUTH
Ivan Shore.
and Swindle 2; Parkinson's Bible _...___" 7 2 II
1 3-bedroom, 55x10': 1Y bath Esquire Stltt:3. D. Dysl 4, Diets 4. What Ladles championship flight-- Hen- M. Morrell ___ 4 0 I
ey 1, Estep 1. Jones 3. Huebner Addle McGehee Margie

2 2-bedroom 50x10' Belmonts 4, and M. Dyal 4. dry Ruby McIntyre. and Dorothy Totals .._._ 28 8 64
In the nightcap Thursday. Lake Placid ..14 13 21 18-66
First Claire Vaughn BEATS FORD
flight -
Corbln's held on for a slim 36- Clewiston 17 13 13 21-64 '
Also used 2-bedroom 53x10' Great Lakes 32 victory over WOW after and Louise WelHnfeld.

leading 23-9 at halftlme. Carl Ferrara now of Orlando.
Corbln's-Roblson 20. Baker was last :year's City Champion Men's league

US 27 E Ph. YU 2-2661 Clewiston 4, Texton 2. Welch 10; WOWY while a ladles division was not
Blackwell 2. Carruthers 24, B. held. games postponedBasketball &
Baker 4, and L. Barton t.
Monday: night. Glades Gas games scheduled -
drove another nail In Thrifty Tigers fall for tonight In the City CHEVROLETt

Drug's coffin to the tune of 50- Meu' League have been
37. Thrifty has yet to win a postponed an til Monday
game but has played excellent .short in LP nlcht, ]u. 27. because ot 10

S ATTENTION ball.Glades the circus
Gas-Hill 17. Andrels Monday: which was scheduled

Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK 2. Jackson 9, Bundy 10. Williams rally FridayThe to have. been an off .
Farmers, 11 and Swindle 2; Thrifty-Car-: night will see Parkinson'...
TO THE FUTURE AND rlthers 11. White 6, D. Hall t, Clewiston Tigers dropped Corbln's In the first game Showroom Plymouth wins tests of Acceleration,

Causseaux 3, Perry: 2, Waldron below the .500 mark for the and WOWY ... Thrifty fa>
WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING 8 and Slkes 1. first tint* In Ridge Conference the nifhtcsp. Handling, Braking, Gas Economy-

In Monday's second game play Friday night as they bow. The announced schedulewill
Bobby Glddens scored 27 points resume on Tbundsy, you buy a car
* Uw Coat Farm Mortgage to spearhead a WOWY victory January 30 with Corbln's
costs carries the only5year5O,000mile
over Parkinson's, 48-38. Woody playing Thrifty and Glades
Will FnnUah Cash TeBeflnane
Carruthers sank: 14 points Gas vs. WOWY. *
debts. Blackwell 1 and B. Baker (. fiSHINf'i warranty
Ftnaiee farm Improvements. sew bondings, POT-
Diets 2. Har- i
chase wind machine and Install Irrigation.
Mutt la purchase ef a farm grove er ranch. graves 4. Stltt 3. Huebner 11, M. Double' "A"
Dyal: Sand D. Dyal 11.

.. Provide Purchase capital mere funds land. for the farm enterprise.. Men's League Standings Guides ..Gets' Ice Roofing OFFICIAL' RESULTS PLYMOUTH,., .I:''N ..leeb. PLYMOUTH.a1.35.urn; ,

ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN Team W L Fishin Tackle Supplies CORD........,..,....113 ft. rosa..202.50.1., t
HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES Glades Gas .....-. 4 0Corbin' CHEVIOLET............197 ft. CHEVIOlET....... 3md.KILOMITIR ...
1. Lower payments. 3 1 Johnson'sFishing Licensed SUN HIGHWAY PAlliNG IMEIOINeY IIOP

S. Longer terms Up to It years). WOW ....... ..,. 2 2Parkinson's Camp BondedFree JltYMOUTH..31.6I. PLYMOUTH ............297 ft. PLYMOUTH .............1120LCHIYAOLET,2L7w.

t. Dependable since 1117).service (serving agriculture exclusively: Thrifty Drug r.u,,..__.,i.-i.i-m, -,? -0..\ 1 3 I Clewbton! Flo. Estimates on All Types :::: ::: : : CHEVAOIET.22155.IOAD.,,,:::::::::::: : CHEYAOLETn..14311.ECONOMY ....::::::::::::.l404roiD..n.33.6w4 / :

4. Fall prepayment privileges without penalty. Roofing and Painting IUN U-MILI II.IING CWIIC 2EAOIOJIATYPLYMOUTH

.. Loan service by local people familiar with local agri Phone YU 3-1131 ........1'.7...,.. JltYMOUTH .....,..,,23.".'... r: gr''n::: ::
POID.............11....,... 1010.,433.22mIe, ,.. :
culture. write phone CLEWISTON FLA. CHEVIOlET........17.05"',.. CHEVIOlET........,,3..33... 'OlD ...............UOw.OUAIT5a.Mlt
If we sea be .f service to yon plesse er
W. _. MAY Mgr. or DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Ant Y.ft. ) HILL CLIMI t'I'CIJltYMOUTH. '
........16.90_ JltYMOUTH..,.......".70_ JltYMOUTH .............2706CHEVIOlET
.........17.2'_ CHEVIOLET....,.....21.03_ CHEVIOLET.............2716
Federal Land Bank Associationof FORD ......,....,.,17.76we, POND ..............21.31 'OlD.,...............'219"I

Foam rubber' fiend :M MmufKturtrC Sualeld' Sitin PrkM' for 1-Wof hardtop' Plymouth Fury' Ctnmltt Impala, and void 5
Bradenton Newsfrom Cilnli I 900' V-as, .icludtai. tint end Me* UIM, If My, tatlnillM;': CIIMIM ** optkm:: tqu'P' i* t.lof hkm :
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HideaBedcovered At Plymoulh'i raquoif, NotlonwW. Con- "500". They*? vp a program of
tum.r Tilting Institute bought and com- ton teas, hired profnilonal' drivers. mad
FARM & RANCH SUPPLY ndtomparobly.gupped( V4 mod.li" of Hi. ru''.., and iup.rvbd the dulls competition.
CORBIN with lavendar Plymouth' fury, Ch.yrol' f Impala, and ford The multt' are In the chart.SUMOUTN .

breathable naugahyde .0.111" MOW PI.Yllom'. ,,,,,.,., .. i
Clewiston Fla. 1MLI.t Ne HIYI TlIIM SLEAMITY Plmm TOO co.or.: werante for
THE PETE SMITH HOMES Sugarland Highway : :':' .e,50,000 mu., aMchor coma hat spnmt dd. t ..I m etwkla.ed" wwlmwmq..d .M nptw ern mesh
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01,1,0 pmt., ram .N att.nntld I and yew bump N 1914 a 0mablle., p0dN tin
Designed For Florida Living Pleasure b. lira"" myln..0" cNn.d = 1 month w 4,000: mil...:="Or cocoa tint, IM ell lilt. r.pkced. .wry =
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H. N. God- chairman, presented Mrs. Dean first prize Mrs. Luis! dcArm
Page Four THE CLCWISTra" NEWS Clewtston, Fla, tot, at Southern Baptist Hospital Mrs. Leslie Carlton. King who showed colored slidesof the draw prize
Thursday. 'anuar 23, 1964 New Orleans. She Is presently Linda Carlton is installed bey, Don Calasslnl Stella, Gaynam Pickle many beautiful and scenic locations The hostess served cake
} employed at the Bell Rackstraw, Mrs In Europe Mr. and Mrs. coffee to her guests, tII4
and Mrs.
Glade unit of the Palm Beach Mrs G E Etherton made these slides during Other card games
County Health Department. worthy advisor of Rainbow GirlsLinda John Branaman. King their second tour of Europe last ed at the home of Mrs were Patrde ploA!
Her fiance 1* a graduate of In the retiring march the summer. Her interesting com Powers with Mrs Mary ,
\ Tie
NE\A! Southern Methodist University Carlton, daughter of Linda was escorted to the new officers: formed a cross at mentary on the trip added to the co-hosvess. Ta+ st prize! was ?
and Is employed by the Products Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Carlton, East by her father; she won the alter as "Nearer My God, to pleasure of the audience. by Mrl. a A. Martinez Rq
t Transport Company, of Or was Installed as worthy advisor a gown featuring an empire Thee" was' played.A Seventeen members attended. by; Mri. James. L. Owens leCClld
lando. of The dewlston Assembly, Order waistline and full length prin- pot of gold filled with third by Mrs. Manuel) w
The couple Is planning a of Rainbow for Girls in cess style skirt! A detachable blossoms arranged In rows in Sollllo.
(,c June wedding at First Baptist ceremonies at the Masonic Hall train accented the gold brocade the seven rainbow colors decorated St. Margaret'scard Lemon pie and coffee "".
i Sue Brower Glenn Ellington Church, Pahokee. Saturday evening. Miss Cheryl dress the East and the color served by; the hostess.

Lee was Installing officer: worthy advisor Introduced stations each held a single car- parties
The new
Diane Rackstraw, installing nation in the appropriate color Mrs. Pauline Howell Is
and IWM.
t are wed in Pahokee church marshal; Beverly Etherton, Mrs. Leslie her Carlton parents her, Mr.grandparents Mrs. L. G. Vaughan and Mrs. St. Margaret's Altar Society jog the lelaon with her cowry
installing chaplain, Chris GJd- Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pat Drake were in charge of held monthly card parties Tuesday ,Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turner YBorn !
in her dens recorder and Chris Kelly, refreshments. The rainbow colors evening. Two tables 01 Raton and is awfctin
The First Methodist Church in Given marriage by I Collins, and her aunts, Mrs. k
Pahokee was the scene Friday father, the bride was attired in musician Jeanette Clark and Mrs. Marie were used in the accessories bridge players were entertained the operation of their em.mentals
evening of the wedding of Miss a street length gown of white The new worthy advisor Camp. at the refreshment tables at the home of Mrs. Dan Mc- nursery during d*
r chose "Pot of'Gold" which lighted with vari- Jack Davis won stay.
Alicia Sue Brower, of Pahokee, taffeta, fashioned with a scoop as her were Carthy. Mrs.
Other officers installed were: d'tl I
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colors, 83 membersand
Clewiston. insets, and a bell-shaped skirt r and "Climb Every Charity, Suzanne ,, '. -
Mountain" as her These guests attended the cere-
The shoulder length veil of song.
The Rev John A. Briley pastor
Peers; Hope Becky Spires; '
were featured in
'r. performed the double-ring French illusion was attached to program mony.
with Sheila Carlton Faith Marcia Futch: Recorder .
ceremony as the couple stood a cap of seed pearls. Her only Kelly and Chris : Cheryl Lee; Treasurer, --- .
singing the
altar decorated with ornament was a single strand song with
before an
Rackstraw Chaplain
I, Cheryl Lee Diane ;
fern and pink roses, baskets of of pearls. She carried a cascade accompanying. Sheila Carlton; Drill Leader, Music festivalat
and white gladiolus and bouquet of white carnations.
pink Andrea Bolton; Love, Beverly
white mums, and lighted with Jackie Parrlsh was best man PattisonRobartswedding Kemp; Religion Thadene This Week/.s{Best Buy
t tapers burning in cathedral and Jerry Harris and Gary Stevens Wynn; Nature, Jan Wilson; church SundayThe
candelabra. were ushers. plansThe Immortality, Mary Beth Fry;
,; The bride Is the daughter of The bride's parents entertained Fidelity, Jan Brantley; Patriotism Big Lake Baptist Association 100' x 100' corner Bond and Alverdez
Mr. and Mrs Glenn Tyler Brow. with a wedding reception following wedding of Miss Patricia Barbara Waters; is having a music festival
er 2176 East Main Street Pa- the ceremony. Assisting Robarts of Arcadia and David Service, Betty Ford, Confidential Sunday afternoon, starting at with paving assessment paid in full
hokee, and the bridegroom is the were Mrs James H. Wilkinson, H. Pattlson of Clewiston will Observer, Deborah Comrle; 2:45: at the First Baptist Churchin
son of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Jr., and Mrs. Broughton Wat- take place at the Trinity Meth- Outer Observer, Joy Crawford; Clewlston.
'.t. Ellington, 402 Ponce de Leon kins. Miss Barbara Wright was MISS PENNY RONAN odist Church in Arcadia at three Musician, Chris Kelly; Choir Representatives from the 13 priced well below adjacent property
I Avenue, Clewlston. in charge of the bride's book o'clock on Saturday afternoon, director, Artls Jacobs; HistorIan Baptist Churches in the Association .
Nuptial music was played by and Miss Pam Doe and Miss RonanRicksengagement February 1. Carolyn Owens; Reporter, will take part. Everyone Is
l Miss Alice Hurt, organist Vocal. Paula Duke assisted at the refreshment No invitations are being mailed Donna Morrison cordially invited to attend. Call us for details
ist was Mrs. Barbara Branch table. locally and all friends of the Mrs. Helen Dickey was Installed
who sang "I Love Thee" and The bride is a graduate of the couple are cordially invited to as Mother Advisor. The
"The Wedding Prayer." Pahokee High School and the the wedding and to the receptionat advisory board members for Mrs. King talksto
The bride's attendants Were Palm Beach Beautician's school. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ronan the Arcadia Country Club the coming year are Mr and
Mrs. Avery Maloy, matron of The groom is a graduate of the announce the engagement ft which will follow the ceremony. Mrs. L. E Lee, Mr. and Mrs sorority membersBeta J. E. BEARDSLEYREGISTERED
honor, and Miss Cecilia Brower, Clewlston High School and is employed their daughter Penny, to Felter Miss Robarts is the daughterof Parker Wilson Mr. and Mrs.
junior bridesmaid. Both were by United States Sugar Ricks, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rob- Abner Vann, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma REAL ESTATE BROKER
dressed In pink and carried cas- Corporation.After W. Ricks, of Clewlston. arts of Arcadia, and :Mr. Patti- W. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs Phi Sorority met at the Chapterroom
cades of white carnations. a brief honeymoon on Miss Ronan Is a member of son, a Clewlston businessman, George Nottingham, Mr. and Tuesday night with Mrs. E. Sugarland] Hwy. Ph. YU 2.7501
the East Coast the couple will the senior class of Clewlaton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs. Ralph Ford Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bass, hostess.
reside at 418 East 3rd Street High School. A. Pattlson, of Venice. George Nottingham, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Edwards, program

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Altar Society hears moral standard is not high free enterprise with govein- portent programs of benefit to ClLwiiton, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pap Five
OBITUARIESCOLEN enough We must attain new ment. our people."I Thursday January 23 1964
of activitiesThe heights In political morality In 1855: he received the Al- ft el that my experience in
reports W. STRICKLANDColen "Take a close look. You will len Morris Award as the out- business: and agriculture duringmy necessary If we are to successfully "During the time I have beenin
Glades Restaurant Pit Wealey Strickland 51, find that the men and women standing first termer In the leg sixteen years In Hendry most! this great challenge Hendry County. I have had
Room was the location of St. died of a self-inflicted shot gun you most respect ;your corn- !islature. In 19S6: he was named County, along with the close! "While I shall strongly advocate occasion to meet and become
I'l ';--'"" Margaret' Altar Society meeting wound Sunday afternoon near munity are for Bud Dickinsonand Outstanding Young Man of the manner In which I have worked economy, I will vigorously friendly with many of those
\\'l' Wednesday evening. Mrs. his home on the Dooley Grade. that describes my qualifications Year by the Jaycees in West with the several boards commissions support legislation which I feel now serving In the Florida Senate
:eERSON.'AL \ : C. D. Rune, president, conductedthe A native of north Florida, Strick. better than I ever Palm Beach, and the following and officers of our 1 la la essential in adequately providing < and House of Representatives.
business meeting, and reports land moved here from Tampa could. year was voted one of Florida'sfive cal governmental units, placesme for this growth. I feel that these friendships

Mrs. Fred of committees indicatedthe approximately; 10 years ago and "We are pledged to a program outstanding young men by in an excellent position to "It has been encouraging tome can and will result In continued
of Mr. and work which has been done. has been working as a cowhandon of EXCELLENCE for every the state Jaycees. He receivedthe give you Intelligent and competent over these last few ;years, to effective service for our
IcDonald last week were Mrs. Dan McCarthy reportedthat the Dooley Ranch. of Florida." Legion of Honor for excel- representation."I see the lowering of the barrierof people. I would hasten to add
and Mrs. Lou Hendry Thorn-of the skating parties, one for According to Deputy Sheriff Dickinson area said he 1* puttingthe lence in government from the am fully cognizant of the sectionalism that once divid- that the state of my business is.'
itt Island Douglas the young people of the parish Supreme Council of the Orderof such that I can and will devote
Ga. and Leslie Carlton and Judge Browsed finishing touches on his rapid growth which Florida is ed Hendry County. I have always -
of DouglasviUe, and the other for the altar boys De Molay and in 1962 received Demands felt that as much time as is necessary to
Jarrett. 'of At- were.. successful Parson who Investigatedthe platform, and will release It after now experiencing. upon no problem was
Rebecca Mri.very Jack Scott reported that incident, Strickland had been he qualifies in February. He the outstanding Florida our State government and too great for man of good will, .my duties is representative'
' McDaniel ofMyers the and Mrs. Hlne a Christ. despondent for several weeks invited other candidates to citizen award from the Knightsof every political subdivision therein to solve and I am grateful to if T am so honored. -
s. Agnes visited Mr. and mal party in the Devil's gave Garden and after lunch drove a short adopt any portion of the plat Columbus in Orlando. He are, and "will continue to be, have played some.small part in "If elected. I must, under.
McDaniel on Friday area for the migrant Mexican distance from his home where form. "By joint promotion w* has been fund chairman for the tremendous. Careful planningand the solution to some of our mu- "State law resign as Member of
Bob workers' children. his body was found by members can better achieve these progressive Florida Heart Association, and foresight is going to be tual problems. the Board of Public Instruction."
Ruth B. Owens, accomd
j. chairman of the Florida Cancer
by her sister, Mrs. H. Mrs. Hine reported that she of the family.He step for Florida" be Crusade. When he resigned'from
amb of Okeechobeer spent and MM..E..L. Holoubek() distributed Is survived by his widow. aid. the Council of 100 chair
weekend In Fort Lauder- 29 booklets and packages Bernice Strickland, and U children -
Dickinson Is a native of Palm manship he was voted an honorary
visiting. of home-made cookies to the pa- John W., Tommy, Wiley,
Beach and received his membership.
". and Mrs. J. F. Floren- tients in Hendry General Hospital Gary, Leroy, Howard, Julian County
education there and In the University
weekend visitors In on Christmas Day.It :Mildred. Helen, Rebekah Ann Dickinson Is a Shriner, a Klwanian -
were was announced that the and Pauline; his mother Mrs. of Florida and Stetson a Methodist a mem- NOW
Lauderdale. board meeting of the Southwest Lucy Strickland, Live Oak; University He Is a veteran of ber of V.F.W. and American
eats of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Coast Deanery will be held in brothers Selden Sstrlckland of World War II and advanced In Legion, Elks, Order of DeMo-
rson last weekend were Clewlston on February 4th with Live Oak and Sylvester Clarkof the Marine Corps from privateto lay, and of the Florida and
md Mrs. Arnold Smith of Mrs. G. N. Pltzen, president in Sarasota; and a sister, Esther lieutenant. He wa elected to American Bar Associations and
il Springs. charge. It was also announcedthat May Hlngson of Live Oak. the House of Representative In the alumni associations of both
'. and Mrs. Enoch Whld- Mrs. Pltzen will attend a 1934: by the largest vote ever Florida and Stetson universi-
'ave, returned from Lake- Diocesan board meeting in Funeral services were he'd accorded a Palm Beach candi ties. He Is director of many Brings you
where- she went for a se- Miami on Tuesday Jan. 14. in Live Oak with local arrangements date. Two years later he was benevolent, business and cultu-
,f medical tests at Watson Mrs. E. L Holoubek. who had In charge of Pattiaon Fu- elected to the Senates was reelected ral organizations.
prepared the program, was unable neral Home. in 1958 and resigned year 'round comfort for
mas Pearcy SG2 who is to attend because of Illness the following years to run for

!nod aboard the radar de- and the meeting adjournedafter Governor In 1960. Jack SprattContinued far less than think!
USS Harry E. Yarnell, the business session. Tiger squad In May, 1961, he was appointed you'd
I friends and relatives in The hostesses, Mrs. Pltzen chairman and organized -
from Page 1))
Mrs Jennie Toulis and Mrs. U of M .
ton last weekend. His ship guests the Florida Council of 100,
locked at Port Evergladesat Frank Veltre served assorted a non-profit corporation of 100 I can not only W of greater
time. He was accom1 sandwiches, pralines, salted nuts Members of the Clewlston Florida leaders, banded to promote value to our school system but
1 by Dean Thomason, TN3 and coffee to the assembled Tiger varsity squad were guests and develop the industrial this office will enable me to
,cnomlnee, Mich., who Is group. of the University of Miami Saturday growth of ,the state, uniting assist In promoting other 1m-
nod aboard the same ship. during which time they .reelaesna, +eeetrwwuee..a..aneaw.ela .
enjoyed a tour of the campus .

Boys in Service.Dennis and the U. of MiamiMemphisState When ou have something to ship
basketball game. that eve.
appy birthday E. Curry, EN1, who is ning. Remember REA Express YU 22141Pick
stationed aboard a nuclear pow The squad enjoyed lunch In
, 23-Ernest Simmons Les- ered navy craft arrived home the school cafeteria prior to up and Delivery Service.
[Jean, Richard L, Yates, January 10 for a 10 day leave their tour of the campus. Following
Peers, Mary Langdale with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the tour they spent a
Thompson. D. N. Curry couple of hours with membersof
1 21-Stuart Whidden. the Freshman basketball
i 25-Leslie Weetman, Ran- coaching staff and team mem- K Announcing
,\. Fulford. bers, who gave them pointersfor tho appointment ofMyrtis'
)-Marino: Private CharlesL. -'--'
25 Bonnie Fay Johnson =: \
i 1. improvement. Two basket ; "
Storey, son of Mr.\ and Mrs
Rogers, Rose Watts. used illustrate
ball'movies were to
A. F. Storey of Clewlston, recently Dual control to provide lulldirectional -
i 27-Mri. D. B, Hampton as were action pointers on ,,
In three days .
'cooling or htitlng
W Daughtrey.
vertical envelopement exercises the court.
) 29-Evelyn Lovvorn, Ed- .nhL; Beauty Salon
while serving with the Third
ddens, Evelyn Daughtrey. BataUlon, Sixth Regiment of the "' in-let show
"'w come us the ,4m
Moorman, Frank Zemonek. Second Marine Division at Camp DickinsonContinued ,k as nffent for you n .

| CUD OF THANKS Lejuener Dubbed N."Operation C. Spider ( from Page 1)) the custom-fitted summer and winter Room Air Conditioner!

Web," the exercise began with Beauty Counselor Cosmetics
wish to take this means of
being dltions, and an opportunity for
'sing our deep apprecla- transferred the batalllon personnel helicopter from every one who wishes to be Here's healthful "perfect weather"- tore drops below 60 degrees, and when the
to all of the countless Lejuene to the amphibious gainfully employed. automatically I Just select the tempera. thermometer reaches 10 degrees, you gettureyouwantandaetth.Amanaselector
!la for their help, their Camp assault ship USS Guadalcanal. "We have a good tourist season more heat from the Amnna than from ordinary -
i ss, and sympathy to us under now-but only control. heat pump units.
On the second day's maneuvers, way 8 330 feet
acres -
loss of sister, Gervls
our the men were again transported by greater EXCELLENCE in Cools In Summer-Whisper-quiet, big AutometleDefrost-Ordinary heat pumps
ock. by helicopter and taken to Ons- our tourist pacity cooling.Amana quality gives;you real tend to "ice up." The Amana Year 'Round
are grateful to U. S. Sugar low Beach at Camp Lejuene, can we begin to approach our On Caloosahatchee Rivernear cooling: and operating efficiency economy! has an automatic defrost cycle
'ration and all of hcr, .el.orkers where they conducted anti-guer true potential
. for their great con- rUts warfare exercises. LaBelle Heats la Winter-By reversing the cooling Permanent-Type Filter-No need to keep
and many kindnesses to This landing aboard the Quad- "Some of the most beautiful cycle the Amana Year 'Round becomes a replacing filters, with Amana's washable,
10 the doctors and hospitalfor alcanal Is the first combat type areas In our State have made Good Price Good Terms Super-efficient heat pump-provldelspeclal easy-In, easy-out filter that removes dust
their care and atten- operation for the ship since its comparatively little progress in supplementary heating when the tempera. and ",articles, keeps air clean year 'round.
and to the many, many commissioning early in 1903. development of tourist attractions
us whose visits, cards, and comforts and we DADE-MONROE REALTY
''s and other deeds of help- James W. Nail, son of Mr. must assist the min this s<>-Im- Come In-Choose .| year'round unit today I

s and kindness make usa and Mrs. Beder E. Nail, Jr., of portent economic endeavor. 300 Vf. Sugnrland Hwy. Ph. YU

that our grief is shared .Clewlston. was commissioned a "The day, of just good roads
1 any friends. second lieutenant in the U. S. Is must have EXCELLENT
>lr great kindnesses to her Marine Corps recently upon roads an over the state Glades Gas Co.
-; her short illness, and the graduation from Officers Can. for expansion of Industry,
comfort which you have didate Course at the Marine agriculture and tourlsmas will
led to us in her death will Corps School, Quantlco Va.
be forgotten.and Leadership and physical fitness as for comfort and conveni 32941I Phone YU 2-1311 DAN McCARTHY Clewiston, Fla.WILSON'S .

Mri. Carl Hathcock were emphasized during the 12 ence.And
and Mrs. J, B. Hathcock week course. above all-.just a good I
and family, He is now attending the 26-
and Dad Hathcock. week Basic School required of

officers.all newly Upon commissioned completion Marine Of the J- ,. RESTAURANT

advanced course he will be assigned
to( a Marine Corps unit We Got 'Em Again!
Bakerite 3Lb. 69t
FAMILY for duty or to another schoolfor J, 0r Can

Lt.further and Mrs.training.Nail and their Rainbow Trout! ?

PROTECTOR two children spent the holiday
here with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Alaskan King Crab!

Nail, and other relatives.
Oyster on Half Shell! O'SAGE NO. 2% CAN FOLDERS

Sugarland Pharmacy Soft Shell Crabs! Peaches _ 4 for $1.00 Coffee 2-lb. can $1.39

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HEREIN FAIL NOT or a dom Thursday, January 23. 11M
pro con(*..o wll 1 b* Intend vandalsThe
Minot 'ou.WITNESIJ. I

ADS of old court my In hand La Bo and 11*, the Hndrr east First Baptist Church has

County, Florida, lib 10th day of been plagued by acts of vandalIsm Harlem News
MOORS CLARK recently, which have caused
(Boat) Citric of Circuit Court great Inconvenience to the
CN 40 -Jan. t, t. K, tJ, mi. church. I
RATES: Four RADIO TV SERVICE. Carith- FOR SALE Utility Trailer News of Our Colored CommunityMRS.
79lents Sometime prior to the Sunday
Lots per word per Insertion. ers Radio & TV Sale with Canvas top, new tires. Reasonably NOTICE' TO CONTRACTORS
minimum charge; four In- service. Nlckell Building, 108 priced. Call YU 2-5131.: WATER MAIN EXTENSION morning worship service, a JANIE S. CAJADHA Colored News Editor
CITY OF CLEWI8TON, FLORIDA communication loosened
plug was
of three
fertlon* for the price Bond Street Qewlston, Fla. See at Ok-Chobee Motel. tie Scaled propoaal will b* received so that the broadcast wa Phone YU 2-7651
the ned
Phone YU Mitt. YOUR PHIL by undrl> .t the
PHONIC YUkon 3-1201:' offle of the'City. of Clewlnton, not picked up by the local radio
CO DEALER tic REGISTERED CITRUS TREES Florida until JJ P. M. EST station.In lUrlen Academy HomecomingThe Liz Ie Broughton, Hamilton
I whose wmea appear ea11 m February 10. 1114 at which time Brown Fritz McCoahle
persona for sale. Beady to '0. J. M. and place they will be publicly another act the back of celebration of Homecoming PhOllp
to the dueled ado vretx GLADES RE ep n.d and read aloud. Tolbert and Brady HoUls.
row MERCANTILE COMPANY Tomllnson, Ona, Fla Phone the organ was removed and a at Harlem Academy began
pick wp twe pasea to authorized Sewing Th. work for which the pro- Patient remaining: Charles
guy 5-2788. Jan30p
Singer tube
taken out laid down Inside
poiali are to b* submitted con Monday afternoon at 4 p.m.,
Theatre John Morris Victor
the Dixie Crystal Machine dealer' will late of eonatructlon Gillespie, ,
agent of an xtn- and the back replaced. A with colorful]
compUnMBte of the New 'rAt EST tt fOR' RE r service sewing machines in lion of the water main to the technician called from West a parade. With Bishop, Samuel dark, Phillip
PUPPIES FOR SALE Four City. The approximate quantities was police escort the line of march Tolbert Leonard McDonald
and Theatre raseee most be dewlston area every Saturday. Boston Terrier (Bulldogs) 8 are: Palm Beach who discovered the started at the school and paraded ,

called for before Wednesday. Phone WY 6-5659, Belle Glade. weeks old; S males, 1 female If," Water Main, .11' Lin. ft. misplaced tube.Sugarland. the street of Harlem. There Clifton Harding! Geo. Lawrence,
ROOMS FOR RENT Can YU tic Water Main 1,140 Lin. ft Hamilton Brows William
M881. tfc 330 each. Mrs Bobby Page, LiDike C"Lin.Cut ftFlttinge Iron Water Main 114 were beautiful float and decorated !Brown, Wm. Greaves, Geo.

Road. lip for Water Maine 1.100 Pharmacy can, representing classrooms Greenide, Fritz McCoshle, MaryBrown
YOUR CLASSIFIED AD hen pound. churches,leading organizations Almeta Thomas, Bur ,
FOR RENT-l'umlshed' 10" Water Valve--C. I. 1 each -
cabin will be read hundreds.
1 FOR SALE-S7 ft house trailer C" Water Valve-C. I., 4 each PIZZAYU business. Amongthe _Morris, Battle Dundrldge,
and trailer. Johnson Fishing What have you to sell Or what modern. In good condition. C.Standley Fir. Hydrant, .". t .aeh.It outstanding attraction were Mary Bell Williams Roosevelt

Came, YU "1181. are do you wish to buy Try one for Lake Harbor. 4to Concrete" Line,Pipe-Steel.I 140 Un. ft 2- 311 Miss Homecoming Queen and Paris, Dennis Carson, MOMS

result Phone YU 3-1201. Keplarlnc Bltuminoue; Paving her attendants Miss Booker Reynolds Horace Graham and
FOR RENT-2 and S room furnished 10 Sq. Yd. Washington and the Booker Clarence Holder.
FOR SALE Ford 6-cyllnder: All Malarial furnlhd and all
apartment Phone 2- IF ITS UNIFORMS see us first truck camper, bunk beds, bottled work performed shall b* In acordanc Washington Band Moore Hayen
+ r 1271. tfc with plane, epmlfloa- Bethune High Band. Imraokalee -
aw Nurses Beauticians, Waitress gar stove and tank Ice tlone and contract document per Did You Know? foot representing the BIrteMr.
Maid. Doctor' and Barber1 box. Equipped Just right for talnlnv thereto which may beexamined
at the office of the tenth class of Harlem Academy
and Mrs. Albert Brown
FOR RENT-Trailer* and Trailer Jacket Th only uniform shop weekend fishing sod camping. City Manager at the City Hall In
for Crowleton Florida, or at the of.flee H. L. McKlre and the 5th grade. LaBelle. are the proud parent
REiilStlTEMSAlEEEAL spaces. Royal: Palm Trailer miles around. LINNIE'SUNIFORM !: Cheap. C. Standley Lake Har the You can getBarBQ
of Engineer M M. Harlem Academy Band Harlem
Nathaniel born January
Park. of a son,
Phone YU 2-2603. tic SHOP, 1835 Hendry bor. Rio Prewltt Orantre Bulldlnv. Clowleton '
Recreational Center
Florida.A many 18.
Street, Fort Myers. Janltfo
ESTATE certified check eaihler to GOIAi! others. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brough
FOR RENT Two bedroom REGISTERED CITRUS TREES check or bid bond In the sum of The gymnatorlum was fined ton are the proud parent of a

ORTHSIDE home or Invest house Mrs. W. E. Bailey. YU FOR SALE Ready Jo go. J. lot(to*)lea of the than amount fire of pereentum the bid to capacity at 8:15: with patrons, daughter born January

ment properly. priced coasidJrably 24881. tfc M. Tomllnson Ont Fla. PhoneRE made payable to the City of teachers, friends and students, e

under market.'OR'l'HSIDEI1Iedroom.. Lynn Yoder 5-2786. 4to Clewlaton bid ai a guarantee shall accompany that the each bid' to witness the game. Carver

[, .frame der will not withdraw hie bid High, Naples was the visiting
I Immaculate. FOR SALE!: OR 1iHELP' aftr the opining of hide and In of Harlem TU Is My Tw
Furnished. RENT-New du the event the contract I* awardd team. The girls' team
'ORTHSIDE-I bedroom frame, plex. Two bedroom and three to the bidder he will enter Academy came from behind and There goes my neighbor to toe

I $9,000. bedrooms. Carport Location: required Into a contract erform.nee and furnish bond, f.ll the won their game by a score of .store Here come the mall man

ACREAGE a* available. Obispo St between Corona and Inc which. h. shall forfeit the. &29. There goes a little boy, I wonder

S ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM: 2 Pacific St*. Call collect Lee bid;*..dapoilt a* liquidated damas Phone YU 2.9322 The boys team of Harlem who he Is. It 1 11 noon now. There

bath frame home. Hardwood Wilson, 844-6351, Lake Park, Th City ...."... the rlcht to Academy won their game by a goes my neighbor home for
Fla. tfc WANTEa.I WOMER I hold the bid for .Id: ) (10) day score of 51-30. lunch I wonder will she wash
after th* bid opening and to
cons.YEA HOMES: In Broward, waive any Informalities and tore today. There la my other

[ Palm Beach and Dade counties FOR SALE OR RENT-Hou MUSIC TEACHER needed age CITY.<*t OF any CLKWUTON or! all bid., FLORIDA ORANGE neighbor, he 1 11 home for lunch.I .

various sizes and price Trailer. Also several pieces of 21 to 50, for Hammond Organ By! C. P. Blair, Rabin Vaccine Green wonder do they ever think: of

Email RENT cash paymentFOR Efficiencies: and furniture. Call YU 2-1250. Itp Instruction. No previous organ HOUSEHOLD I : I I GOODS loi I' i..Ai.f CN 414 Interim Jan.City II. >Manarar.0, I I4. GROVEA Al Harlem AcademyThe me.them.I It am seem always strange thinking, to think of:,

experience needed. You will be
houses a* available. THREE ROOM FURNISHED fully trained In Hammond Organ ALL MAKES 21" USED TVB NOTICE FOR SEALED: BIDS 71 acre riverfront grove Fin- SabIn Oral Vaccine for I live next door to them, and we
set In this area SS% valanolaailt ; world apart But this Is
Over 1,000 vacant tot to select: APARTMENT: for rent beginning Studios, Fort Myers. Contact E T S. Guaranteed. ll'. 5 Sealed' bid will be receivedy % plnuppl and murootta.Thl. the prevention of Polio was given seem
Ho.pItatAuthority home town. My
the Hendry County town,
[from for all purpose Various February 1. 408 K Ventura. ) Doane mature hoary bearing In the gymnatorlum of Harlem my my
Billy called th
preferably In down, $14.04 per month. LAKE (hereinafter rove I. a. outstanding IlIn. mother lived In this town. She
rice. Terms.INVESTMENT. Itc Authority) for one blood bank Academy, Sunday, Jan. 19.
AND INCOMEPROPERTY. person. Jan23c APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. tie refrl.eretor at and until S:00 p.m.Eaetern meet opportunity.WM. worked, lived and died In this
The staff Included Nurse Me-
Standard Tim Tueday
H. I often wonder about my:
| Ethleen Barwick Mr. H. C. Avant February 11, 1M4 at the Hendrr Phan Mrs D. Hill and J. Mor town.
MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent O* n e r.t Hoapttal. Clewliton. town. It seems funny, but people
$360 APPLICATIONS now available Florida, .t which time end place' ReynoldsEDWARDS gan. I don't mind but
FOR SALE Parakeet 82.00 so. ,
forget you
CBS: construction: $25,000. or .. lOOn thereafter .. the Authority The turnout was very favor
ONG TERM, low Interest for positions of waitress. See up, Mynah bird, African love can attend to the e.m.. FORT MYERS able. It signified that the cornmunity when you are tick, at times, you
Mrs. Houlihon. The dewlston the araled bid will be publicly wonder about town. I
birds will your
farm, cane, grove and ranch monkeys cages opened and read. The Authoritywill Co.. R..lto lard Broadway li greatly concerned:
minimum 850,000. Inn. tic boarding. Thompson Wild] thereafter make the award ED I.un Hlcbt. WI! 1.1141 whatever be wonder, If I will be missed, will
mortgages about doing can
of the contract purchai. baaed have need of me, yes, I
NEEDED tA,, bb.LrVa. Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- they
LISTINGS upon the r..ult of the tabulation done to prevent victims of polio.
J. M. LANKFOKDReg. SARAH COVENTRY JEWELRY 1238. tfo *. covered by applicable Of course, there are some who wonder, If I need to, can I call

Real Estate Broker needs 3 ladle, 35 to 50, for law Detailed and refutation ipeclflcatlone'may be have never been given the Sabin my town.

530 East Sugarland Highway (i 12 hours your choice each week. obtained from th* office of the Oral, but the majority has confidence These lines were written by

Fir, Auto and General No delivering, no collecting. Hospital Administrator, Clewlaton of Sundry Florida General on Plumbing Repair In It Mrs. Jane Kelly, who 1* ill in

Insurance ANNOUNCEMENT t MISt, Need car. White only. Write Stu and after January It 114. Replacements.Installations The success was due to the the hospital in Miami

Ckwliton, Ha. Ph. YU 2-2181 Dalgneau. 8530 SW 48th fit. The Authority ruer*** the untiring efforts of the student
right to waive Informalities and
Miami ,
BLUM SONS PLASTERING. lip tn reject any Na.tIJJ fITA.t. who participated. They were Members of the family and

Carroll Rodlsh Very Best Work- HENDRY AUTHORITY. Trouble Shooting performing In every capacity friends of Mrs. Jan Kelly send
or THE CIRCUIT COURT Ilf ANDIOR Fred C. Bike*. Chairman available. and
Well Wishes"
"Get prayer
We Save You Money f : ntunuiiK COUNTY' .FftrlD: CN 415--Jan. II. 1004. Special thanks should be ex.
Tank A.Specialtif
DEMAND GREATER THAN Plastering, Simulated Stone IN CHANCKRT NO. HCN 411-Jan. II, 1M4.INCOME "Septio for to her for an early recovery.
IN RBI ADOPTION OF tended to those .
EVER for houses, acreage. Stucco-Free Estimate VERNON HAROLD KINO t !
businesses. We have customer Licensed and Insured I a minor\ their magnificent Job.
Call YU 2-6711
Q NCTTICB or rILING PETITION "tr Notice of Death I
waiting list your property; with 25 Year In Business FOR ADOPTION TAXSERVICE 325 E. Ventura The many friends of Miss t
us. J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU 3850 Lora Street TO Bthl MM Maddwc Klnf
Robert LA. King CHURCH NEWS Johnnie Mae Clark regret to
27501. tfc Fort Myers, Fla. tfc rl6no unknown hear of her passing last Sunday
New Bethel A. M. E. morning at Hendry General
that a petition has bun filed In W. 0. PERRY.
FOR SALE New S bedroom Ik* above Kyled court by LM Fill Rev Li Holmes, Pastor Hospital. Funeral service are

house for tale. Option to buy SINGER SEWING MACHINE Kllr: and :Idr/: ; K.lly. uiV.rnon Tax Consultant Sunday School, 9:30.: H. 10. scheduled for Sunday afternoon,

for very small down paymentand representative will be at Gtd- H/!U> K ANTED, MEN band and Harold Kin the minor: by 14i Avenlda Del Rio THRIFTY DRUGS McKlre, SuptMorning Jan. 26, at 1 p.m. at New BethelA.

balance like rent; or trade dens Furniture store ear!! Fri- the ptltlonr Leo llta Kelly and. worship begins 10:95.: M. E. Church. Reddlck Funeral
Mlldrtd Jane Klly, and you ar
Tinea S-7SU
equity in house for trailer. Mrs. day. For parts, sales, service EARN $20 per day or more In r.qulr.d to ..rv. a opx of your Phone weekly specialsand Evening worship, 7 p.m. Homo In charge of ar

Wade Wilson 705 Bond Street top In or call YU 2472L tee permanent route work Will BUM Anawir why or old Objection petition ihonld to show notb. BuslnessPersonalFarmComplete Bible reading, Tuesday evening rangement

YU 31071. FebSc train man or woman if inexperienced. granted, on th* attorney forC.lltlon.r Bookkeeping at the church.
K. Causeeaux
Ralph H. P. Johnson NlokdlItulldin6
Write Mr. Heath Box r ewiston. Florida I and Service Choir rehearsals, Wednesday Card ef Thank
SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom 2766, Memphis, Tens Jan24p m. the original In the office of I end Thursday evenings.Rev. sincere
Circuit Court on I wish to express my
the Clerk of tbo I moreWilkson
REAL ESTATE made. Complete line of many J. B. Blake, presiding thank and deep appreciation to

drapery and slip cover fabric. MIAMI CHEVROLET elder of the West Miami Districtof the member of Masonic TempleNo.

Special Value Free estimate Can YU 2-5831, DEALERSHIP the A. M. E. Church, was 558 for the honor they bestowed

FRANK DENMEAD, Realtor Van Cothern't Custom Furnitureand special guest last Sunday, for at the regular
813 E. El Pas Aver Ha Immediate opening* for upon me
ClewUUn TU 2-2421 Upholstery tic MECHANICS with Chevrolet experience I Business DirectoryBail I the first quarterly conference.He meeting last Wednesday nightIt
was In charge of the service of
and AUTO BODY REPAIR I was *o sweet and loving
FOR SALE FOR SALE-Payroll: envelope, MEN. Good Income potential 69( throughout the day. At the closeof you to honor me for 12 :year of

1250 acr printed with form for social thru Incentive commissionplan r.ar. 790 the evening worship, he held service as your W. M. I am
OewUtot t SOLD 0 per security, withholding and other excellent working conditions Bonds GAS Sword blades the business session At this grateful to each and aU of you

acre. Excellent Terms. deductions. Box of 500. dewiston many company benefits time all the boards and other for the effort put forth to make

New office. tf Including group Insurance, paid 24 Hour Service AppliancesSalesService auxiliaries made financial endwritten me happy. May God continueto
reports. bless and give me
vacations and holidays. Write Alka Seltzer you

complete experience and personal McDonald Bookkeeping Mri.Chapman, president of strength to serve you In the

details to: Mr. Howard Burn the Missionary Society: of the same capacity for many more

REAL ESTATE 2050 No. Miami Ave., and Tax Service POWER GASCORPORATION 39( West Palm Beach District of the years.

I Miami, Florida. Ito A. M. E. Church, was also a Respectfully,
I Special valves McDonald re,. S9e W. U.
John W. Limit distinguished visitor in our Rev Lee Jenkins
FRANK DENMEAD Immokalee, Fla. midst There was also a large
Realtor CALL COLLECT group of local friends present
Phone OL ,43672WALDRON'S South Bay WY 6-85Jl Hilton's Grocery
Rev. Holmes
accompanied the
313 E. El rase Ave. rsf Tooth
ClewIs.... Fla. YU 24411 Brushes presiding elder and hit guest to Groceries Fresh Meat
HENDKY COUNTY Moore Haven, Sunday afternoonfor Vegetables I
PRICED TO SELL QUICK. A Modern chicken farm Title & Abstract Co. 19 services. You are always Cold Drink Essential Item
with a guaranteed income, plus a real nice borne with city; ( welcome to We Appreciate Your
worship with .
convenience. tg Title Abstracts-Tide Insorsaee u*
MEATS AND GROCERIES Fablle Stenographer reg. 69e PatronageMr.
Three apartment CIIIe cottage, large corner lot A !0 a FheteeepTUir! Duplicating St Stephene A. M. E.Rev. and Mr*. Thames Hilton
real Glade. 0I Open 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. and Park Ave. Proprietor
opportunity; in Belle Bridge
Lee Jenkins
LaBelle, Fla. P. O. Box ..4.OR. < Anti-B Troches Pastor
Twobedroom house'on north side of highway: here In & 3toSp.m. ."If. S-IMl This church was organized

Clewlstoa Corner lot. 17,500, small down payment Miscellaneous I for I SaleFOR Six Dan a Week Sunday, Jan. 19, by: the presiding

72( elder Blake and Rev. Jenkinswas Harlem ClubYour
10cr old tree plus 3bedroomCBS
orange grove. 2 year EVERY TUESDAY)
home. A beautiful young grove 588 tree that will produce SALE House Tr.nerIO'x (CLOSED EVINRUDESales appointed pastor. Service
Mixed Drink
$1.00Aspirin Favorite
2,940 boxes of fruit In 2U yean from now, and continue SO', canopy and carport 2 For Your Spur of Moment reg. will be conducted the second Cocktail
delivering increased income from then on.) Located In bedroom. Reasonable. YU 11625or Picnic and fourth Sundays of each Fried Chicken Sandwiches

down taut free Charlotte county. Total price, 332,000.00. Small writ Box 35, dewlston. Itp Four Mile East of dewlston and Service month. You are Invited to worship Recorded Music

payment Bare Beach with Rev. Jenkins and Ma Popular Band

Trailer Park,, with new 3 bedroom home and over 21" WHILE THEY LAST pacage ?iw and Used Motor congregation and give them your Mr. .aDd Mr*. Will Wallace

acre land all improved. 3300.00 per month Income: excel of one doses ."]1$" scratchpad Attention CattlemenNew Marine Hardware 2 for 490DINNER prayer and support Proprietor!
lent term, with small down payment Fart and Aeeessorle
Colored property in Harlem section of OewUton.! New for only 25c. Place a Marine Safety Equipment
CBS. building 4.000 Sq. ft Suitable for'Fraternal. Civic scratch pad in every room of I* the time .U ceneUdato Hospital NotoePatient
use or Church. Term. the house for convenience. The year debt with a tang term none YCkou 2-5211
Clewlstoa News. tf farm loam, lew Interest rate, admitted: Cordon JULIA'S
JOO Gulf frontage on SanlbeL Priced to elL Worlds wtth R. E. WALDRONFor Morris Victor BIshop, Leonard BEAUTY NOOKFor
finest beach. 1 toned for bust
Shelling etc. This property McDonald
580 Mary Brown, Mamie
ness. FOR SALE Dachshound pup Federal Land Bank Jackson Dennis Carson Wm. That New Look

2 lot* on Punta Cords Beach. Local owner ssys sell pies. ARC registered. Jack L prompt Efficient (olden Brown fillet of Greaves Ceo. Greenldge, Roosevelt Tinting Stirling Catting
Scott 220 E. Arcade, See er Write
Dow. Appointment.
Cle..1Itoa.Uo Home deliveryOF blue water fish Paris Johnnie Mae Clark Friday and Saturday

WINDWARD CayBahamasEntire W. >. KAY THE MIAMI HERALD u tar MUM, French fries AlmeU Clark Horace Graham. Mr*. Jmlla Sale. Proprietor
home. Prl- ::ole slaw Hush Ceo. Lawrence, Samuel dark,
400 acre Island with new 2 bedroom FOR SALE-3 h. Evinrude Rex CM Waleald Banding puppies
vat; Marina, beach, etc. A wonderful tax-free retreat one p .BrsdeatM, FlorIdaHATHCOCK'S Call Bobby Gidd'ns butter
hour glom Miami. Fisherman Weedles. 160. Ph.
YU2-28H. tfo YU urn
FBOFEXTY 2 for 980

Alice Town. North Blmlnt 3 bedroom home on water. ELITE GROCERYGroceries

Cost Dew 38S.OOO. 3 year ago. Widow will erlflee for AUTO BALES 8EKT1CB Tampa Tribune
*tt-000. Finest Tuna-Martin fishing in the world at door REAL ESTATE RESTAURANT A. SERVICE,
Itep. 20 minute from Miami. STATION and

Lot 75' r 200' from sea to .... IS' high at rldte. $13. Special Value OPEN ALL MICR TprifiyDRUGS Fresh Meats School Supplies
200 BlmlmVAUce Town Bahama RANK DENMEAD. Realtor Wo seen Clou Ft. Myers
$13 E. El rue Are Cold Drinks dewiston News
For any of these extra special value cQ ClewfatM YU 24421 Williams Electric News Press I 14

Frank Denmead Large comer lot oa road to Other Items

country club. This lot 1 11 priced W4fsg, Repairs, AH Appliance Rome DeliveryW.
Ber.YO. I-IUI Broker to sell and will make ome- ElectrkU CeotneUn O. CAMPBELL Sorariaad HighwayCLEWBTON For Information Call TU 21651kIAsIFIED E
.' one a terrific home tte. Phone 2-2791 FLA. ff1.
It Pays to Deal with a Realtor' BOHon William Face 2-1121 .

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deep appreciation we have for ". l' } : '. /" scores and scores of other names

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