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: February 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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"Dedicated to the advancement of Ilendry County and Americas Sweetest Town",

VOLUME 37 NUMBER T CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1984 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec. 145.3. PJt Subscription: 14.00.ar Weather conditions In
Washington, D. C., end In

rcadia: Friday in New York, caused cancellation

of I proposed visit by

Commission seeks City gets bids for land U. 8.to Senator Clrwbloa Spmtard today Hoi.

idge semi-final refinery road way'The ,visit HoUand several had. Florida planned locations to C

new wafer mainsThe and war to caret: : with

Hendry county commit- lag the Central and Southern He*la ton residents' at an
cadla's Ridge Conference semi-finals will play Saturday skaters at Tuesday'i meeting let Florida Flood Control Districtto $ Informal get together b the
jplons and top-seeded tour. night at 8 p.m. for the tourney a special meeting at 7:45:<< p.m. convey any unused surplus or
March 2nd to consider City of Clewlston'receivedbids Cambron Construction Co., Orlando been worked out the Clewtaton tun. A date this
ant team was stalled to championship There will be no secondary spoil area not required la the on proffer
31 point by a game Lakeid consolation game. road work for the next flscal federal project to the Individual on construction of a water whose base bid was $23- and use of this house. evening In Naples was also.
team in the opening Fort Meade ((49)) OFT yew end to prepare the counties or to the state for out. to main to the south city limits 688.40 and alternate. 123,336.70. Audie Hooks presented the request cancelled.

c of the Ridge tourney held Neely .................._....1 2 4 priority list. for submission to door recreation. or other. suitable a point where Everglade Refinery Other bidders were Edelblut of Hathcock Motors to
,von Park Tuesday night Barwick ............_..._.... 4Schail :s 11 the State Road Department In needs. Bids IncH will purchase It Construction Fort Myers base pave the alley serving business Dick Baker, president of ..
iston made the semi-finals .. ................_._.._ 3 1 7 another road matter, the board The board received a letter the regular were Monday and at bid 833,091.84. and alternate property on Sugariand the Liar Club, .received
reezlng past Ft. Meade for Mitchell ................_... 5 0 10 named Commissioner Cratton from the State Association of four low bids meeting held the for 129,38244; Homines Inc., Savannah Highway. The firm will bear the messages yesterday shortly
third time this season 79-49. Russell ._._. 1 1 :3 George and Attorney Carlo County Commissioner stating study before announcement were of base bid 826,49902 and alternate cost of the paving, which will before noon .explaining the
Ice Placid held Arcadia to Stokes ?..?._._. 5 4 14 Dickey to confer with Wm. concern: for the need of eddiiional !- contract Is awarded. bid, 824,098.18; Smlth- be done to the engineering
I for the first half and Totals ..._.____ 19 11 47 Schmidt relative to right. of way revenues by the various Apparent low' bidder is Sweger Construction Co., der- specifications( of tho city and conditions which prevent
for the proposed extension of counties, end asked that the Lurey water. 826,924.40 and alternate, will be done after the completion Holland's trip. The Senator,
the entire third Clnrbtoa
cd through ((7 ) O .r T Land, Inc., Orlando with a base
SR 832 for a direct route to US Hendry Tax Assessor $23.68690. High bid $31167.00 .
County was of the present sewage proj weathered. to at Washington
ter scorelessly, much to A MorreU>..>_._ 11 5 27 bid of 123.02207 and alternate
unhappiness of the specta- Magzlna ....-...._.??_.. 9Carlthew :320 27 from the agricultural area prepare a list of tax exempt of 118,74986; next low was El- of Trio Development ect.The hoped to to by train to
couth. Corp.. Pompano Beach
property within the for with alternate

The Bulldog won 81-21. ..._?,._. 3 0 6 liot B. Read, Inc., Lakeland commission: authorized New York and fly from
lewlston, behind Al MorreU Bible --?..,,..,.__.-.4 5 13 The board Joined other counties study by the local board.In with a base bid of 124,013 and bid of 82757330. the advertising for buying a there but New York weather -
Mike Mazzina. had aa easy Ba1dree __ 1 1 :S through resolution In ask- response to a "straw ballot' alternate bid of 122,033; third Most of the bidders were present dump truck for city use. condition
conducted< by the of dashed these
with Ft Meade and Coachn Yoder-- .. ...." 1 1 :S City low was Joe Reinerston, Inc., in person when the commdssloneri All commissioners were present
Bowder LaBelle on method of financinga assisted by M. M. except Fred C .Sikes, who hopea, and he reluctantly
Hall used the game to _. 0 0 0 with a base bid and alternatebid
his entire squad for the M. Morrell _...i-._ a 3 7Buslck. Carruthers is board proposed voted sewage to ask system the City,..the tat of $25.370.40; fourth low was tabulated Prewltt, engineer the bids., opened and 1s out of the city. cancelled the trip.

game Friday night at 7 .__ 0 0 0 cart Its ballot with that of the
with Arcadia. Farrat .__ 0 0 0Totals. Included in the contract will
tie winners of the Okeecho- ._ 31 17 79 new directorWoodrow polled.majority of the tax payer. City readiesfor be the construction of 5,584 feet Game officials confer
Frostproof and Avon Parking ForU4eade 14 18 11 8-(9Clewiston of water mains of 10-Inch, 8-lnch
games will also meet IS 22 23 18-79 Camithera, who has County Agent Ted Gallo and and 6-inch line, with. comec- I
Assistant Jerry Flint! reported. tfcns, fittings fire hydrants,
ay night in the other 'semi- been assistant director of recreation hookupof
that 4-H Club members
wm13S9.08 etc.
game. The winner in the WM. appointed director ,
with (Glades
Royal Coats dies in prize money with Formal offer of the United CoopEd
of the Gewistan
their animals exhibited at the States Sugar Corporation. to donate
in traffic crash Department at the meeting on Southwest Florida Fair la Fort sewage plantThe the residence: formerly
dministratort Monday night.. Carruthen succeeds ;; II
Myers.The _
used by commissary
O 0. managerat Madlll, chairman of theweek on Week, Arias as
Gene Fuller who recently

Three University of Florida similar county approved a sub- City Commission set the Townsite Plantation, for uses Florida Game and Fresh Water Coop officials; Frank Conking
student Including! a former resigned to accept a leas by Lessee Leon Bembryof sewage assessment at 13.15 per housing! for the manager of Fish Commission and Assistant as chairman of the Distort Island -
t hospital meet Clewlston resident, were. killed position in Aiken, & C. 100 acres of Glades Airport front foot ear property contlnguous : \ the Clewiston golf course wa* Director Earl Frye, together! Drainage District supervisors -
shortly after midnight Friday, Mr. Carrutbere was In chargeof land to T. C Yon for three to the sewage collection: system received by the city, and accepted with representative of the Florida Herbert Sealey as superintendent
's. Anna Mae Jones, adrnlntttor night when their car skiddedon the swimming Spool last summer month for farming purposes. which has been Installed with appreciation. Verbal State. Board of Health, met and N. H. Hayes a*
of the Hendry General a wet pavement Into a semi-) and has also been head of Probation Supervisor John W. The assessment roll will be prepared arrangement* have already with officials of the Glades pump operator, both of Moorerveir
ipital, attended a three-day tractor. trailer, near High other portions of the recreation! Madden Introduced Jack Tray-' and advertised! on that County Sugar Grower Cooperative stating that Sealey un
agement meeting of the na Spring! The former local boy program during his year in lor, who Is assigned* supervisor basis, and property owner may Tuesday afternoon relativeto : of Dlston Island I
''s hospital leaders la the wa Royal M. Coats, 18, son of Clewlston. In the Glades and Hendry then pay their! cost, or arrangefor Road budget meet the presence of dead fish in Drainage District did cause: to
ago Sheraton-Chic&go Hotel, the late R. M. Coats, and Mr. On recommendation of Commissioner county area for the State Parole paying it !In. annual Installments Dlston Island Drainage Canals. be pumped polluted water which
8-8. Coats of Avon Park. Mr. Coats Leon Bembry the and Probation Commission. H* The Coop: has been blamed could have possibly endangeredfish I
Irs. Jones 1* one of 1,200 adistrators was for some time manager of commission will not employ. aa stated that Mr. Traykr will attend The commission instructed set with boardThe with the killing of fish st various life.While .
and members; of The Clewlston Inn. The other assistant director at" this time, sessions of court ill Hendry Utilities Superintendent J. D. times since December 18 no action was taken relative -
oniing boards from the students were John Weber and but will secure additional help county, and will be in charge: \ Quinton to supervise the tie-in State Road Department through the discharge of wash to the legal suits involving
ted State and Canada tak- George Deltz. Jr., both of West by the time the pool i* la dally of the office in the courthouseat connection of property; owners ha let aa appointment for conference waters into dralrjige! ] canals: the pumping of water by
part !in. the Seventh C0aI Palm Beach. use. Moore Haven which 1.1 I. furnished to the sewage system to insure with Hendry county The wash water. containing sugar Dlston Island Drainage District,
on Administration anil free of charge to the that he correct installation Is commissioner: and legislator and organic materials, are It was apparent there was a
I meeting sponsored by theerlcan "commission by Glade county. made, end that the system is on the secondary road programfor causing fish to die from lack of misunderstanding and the Coop j
College of Hospital, The board voted to give the not damaged In the work.It the coming fiscal year at 2 oxygen, State Health Depart- was thought to have had
lalstrators, a professional! Game hearing set in old copying machine to the was voted to extend thesewage o'clock: on Thursday, March l.ient officials say. management control over the
Ie\\,). ) Hendry County Health Department collection system In to 12th, in Bartow.Representative. Mr. Madill, while noting there District pumps. .
Tie Seventh Congress provld- ... : to relieve the copying blocks: 429 430 and 434. where Charles Z. was no 11.effK1rom\ the dls-, Game and Health Department
> .. :, 7--i:: -*&**.. kwd'ot clerk's /** '".'Coastal: Homes and officials'are
jthe IIospttalle11den'an\op: the officeClalrman Imperial Miner, Sr., Senator Elmer 0.. chargeof all waste materials. to make recomnMndatlon -
ilty to pay tribute toclsl Harvard Parkinson Kennedy Construction Companyare Friday, Jr., and member of Into the canal last season, asked for the immediate.
Congress sward winners. Clewiston March 6thOne conducted the meeting!. ; all building number of homes, the Hendry county commissionwill for complete cooperationfrom future and notify the Coopera. I
1 to hear leading figure\ from member of the comrnlavlon being and where these two firms will appear to present the road Co-op officials In planning! tive" of their decision. I
i fields of education, .dn JI. present. Commissioner W. pay the cost of the line. The needs and requests of the county to ellmlnte the discharge of any Others present at the meeting
ration, commerce and. crop- B. Barren being excused duringthe city greed to pay cost of the' with priority schedule at that wash. water Into adjoining canals Included Representative Joe
linlcations, discuss admlnistlon. of 29 public meetings The arly pre-regulatlon' public meeting because of illn.... lift station. time. !In combating the existing Feeples of Glades County W
which the Florida Game and meetings will give the opportunity problem. H. Peeples and John Langdale
pie of the highlights of the Fresh Water Flab Commissionwill to discus the rules Roger Weeks, chairman of theCoop County Commissioners, R. B.
fienth Congress was. presentaJn hold throughout the state while the experiences of the Band flagservice and Luis De Arms, mill Bowden, R. D. Lundy, :Weeks
of the 1964 "Executive of ha been set for dawiston on past season are fresh In the First manager, assured those present DeArmas, and members of a
r Year" award to John A. March 0th, according to announcement minds of sportsmen. The early qualifying that engineering steps are presently legal firm representing' the
)rr, chairman of board Mona by A. D. Aldrich date will avoid conflict with ends being taken .o that next Coop.
kmery Ward Co., of Chicago director. summer vacations! and permit year, all waste water. and materials
ko was being honored for his a large attendance.Meetings will be disposed of. other
languished! administrative The commission holds public In the 4th",'or Everglades first than the present manner. Slight damage
Mfvements in the field of bearings to learn the view and district are as follows: period Tuesdaycounty yearThe Warrants -wi-re served last

anagement" ACHA President recommendation of sportsmen Vero Beach March 1; Okee--
>bert W. Bachmeyer made the concerning hunting and fishing chobee, March 4; Immokalee, Sugar-land Band of Clew- Deadline from wind gusts
rsentatlon at the special regulations, before these rules March 5; Oewliton, March I; lston High School completedone near
for offices at
Hendry county candidate a* starting
aria luncheon adopted for the succeedingyear. 10 full year of its flag display
are March
Friday West Palm Beach. ; A* a cold front moved from
state representative may qualify noon on the 83rd day before the for auto
service when tags
The commission also has and yesterday they
March 11
Lauderdale, west to
Ft east Florida
and at across
during a two week* period primary closing: noon on
the opportunity in these meetings displayed 80 large U.S. flag
Miami, March 12. starting at noon, Tuesday, February the 49th day before the pri in Deadline near for bU1DI1118C about 2:30: to 3:30: Saturday
hairmen of various business
thank ,to discuss the reasoning will be announced
Times places morning high winds were experienced
18 and
behind some of the regulations. ending noonTuesday mary places In Clewlston, which subscribed auto tags, stays Arch Livingston for
later.Spratt short
a time
March 3. Candidate state motor vehicle over
Rule for next season will be to their service. The
' for county office qualify during the entire area. The fast moving
deadlinefor obtain
'Dimes" workers established by the commissionat No serious injuries display was in honor of Lin- ;
front did
some damage
shows the next two weeks, startIng cola' birthday log 1964! license. plates Is oneweek
In Tallahassee in
a meeting at noon on Tuesday March away. Clewiston escaped with only a

John Corbln and Bill Holmes, late April. slides of Russia 3rd and ending at noon oa in two accidents The flag were set In place The February 20th deadline few television antennas. and I
>-chalrmen! cf the dewlston'arch Tuesday, March 17th. by the band member* at sunrise will not be extended: slight damage to a concrete:
' of Dimes J. R. Spratt showed colored The date of the first There were no serious Injuries wall under construction at the
hope to wind primary and token down at sunseton Livingston said In a letterto
EJC teacher will of Russia and East and la two..epar.te accidents !- Christian Church.
> the slides "
1964 is
campaign In a short Tuesday, May Lincoln's and Washington's all tax collector and tag
West Germany when be visitedthe Saturday, though emergency A sustained wind of 40 miles
me. "Contributions are comI These date are fixed by the birthdays Memorial. Day (May heels
I gin, and We cannot report t'al dewlston Business andProfessional state law which sets the primary treatment was required 30; Flat Day (June 14)), Independence The 1963 license plates will per hour was recorded ty the
P.T.A/ W o m e JI' Club for two a* a result of s collision aenonometer st l
' speak at anemograph the
figure elections the first
, a* yet; however He a* Day (July 4)), Labor be good for 13 manta Instead
are about up to last ,ear'* meeting Tuesday evening. Tuesday after! the first! Mondayin at the intersection of Day, and Veteran' Day (Nov. 'of 12, at the first step In a six- hurricane gate
ntiibutton with the $980 we Rodney Lane science Instructor made the slides last August on May; and the date for quail South Atlantic and Ventura 11)), and on the opening day of i year program to move the tag Walker Nail, who is In chargeof
v* already banked. .of Edison Junior College a tour of these countries with fying for state offices as startIng Avenues about 11:45: a.m. the Hendry County Fair. expiration dates to June. the weather records: of the
!the chairmen expressed ap- Fort Myers will be the a party of Florida! agriculturists. at noon on the 77th day before According to Officer Ernie Clewiston U. S. Engineer office t
'!elation to the community for speaker at the Parent Teacher Club members and visitors the primary and closing at Simmons, who investigated. There was an unexpected said this Instrument does
tint response and parttcul- Association meeting next Tues were very appreciative of the noon oa the 63rd day before the Albert Francis Saunders, 23, display of the flag during the WeatherCourtesy not record guests of wind. but
1 to the volunteer worker day February 18, at 8 p.m. The opportunity of seeing these primary; and the dates for of Valdosta, Ga., stopped at the past year, when the flag were the anemograph at the gate at
'10 assisted with the drive meeting will be la the Elementary scenes and hearing Mr. Spratt'i qualifying as candidates for Intersection of Ventura and flown with mourning stream- :Date Max MID '!Q Port Mayacca recorded gusts
ncluded la the list of work- School lunchroom. Aa executive comments. pulled directly Into the path of era on the day of PresIdentKennedy' ;Feb. 6 ._ 82 CIS .:3Feb. up to 82 miles per hour.
, were member of will It Mr. Harries Zauel conducted a car driven by Mrs. PatriciaD. funeral 1 79 51 Dead limbs and small twigs
Beta meeting precede
' Phi sorority which headed SilI .at 730.: the.business meeting when Four confess to Waldron who lost control Businessmen will. be asked rob I __ II 13 .11 were blown from oak trees and
her and it landed lathe rob 9 ,.:... CO! u _
the Mother's March and the Mr. Lane win discuss what. plans for a senior girls' luncheon of car up this week to subscribe to the -- many palm fronds littered the "
'ties who assisted them the parents and teacher, think the annual Bosses Night ditch on the south side of flag service for the coming reb,10 __ 61 46 streets following the blow. Some
mentary school teachers], who elementary and high school students meeting, and the district meetIng "- attempted holdup '}(Ventura" year, first display of which will .rebll _'63 SO residents\ reported watching. !.
td with the school room col- are capable of doing and were discussed.' Damage to 'Saunders' 1964 be on Washington's birthday, 'Fe12/ 75 what. appeared to be a column
t.1ona The meeting was held at the Pontiac was estimated at 8500 February 22nd. of white clouds moving across
; the merchants of what the students are actually and.shooting V.. S. Engineer
wlstoa who helped with coin capable of doing.A home of Mr. Ruth Beardsky by the officer and 8700 to the the lake in the manner of twist
'lectors, and be nominating committee will with Misses Evelyn Lee and Patricia 1963 Waldron Chevrolet Sim ers.
os Clewlston citizens many gee who be appointed at the business Powers assisting hostess- Four Negroes have signed mon charged: Saunders with. Miss Sugar contestants
.. confessions for their part in the careless .driving. must
e to this worthy cause. tneetinf. e. attempted 'robbery and snoot-. Mr Waldroq suffered a Teach your children

lag of Jimmy Harrison oa Sun- sprained! shoulder while, Mrs.Dejorr traffic safety
day, January 26, according to *'.Westberry. a passengerin register by Saturday night
Sheriff Earl Dyess. her car: suffered facial laceration -
Fair utilities not free A. B. Burch and Walter Thom and bruise. Other lathe Be Extra Alert

are as were arrested the night of Waldron car who were Saturday. February IS, is. the Harris: Parkinson' Dept Store, I IIn'
the attempted armed robberyand checked and released st Hendry deadline for entry Into the 1904! Mil Donnagale Sullivan, dewlatan -
confessed to being presentat General Hospital included Linda Miss Sugar contest according House of.Beauty! Mss
\fl water and electric meter these meters, during periods of tore mapped out details ct the the time though they denied Keller Ricky Waldron, Larry to Robert N. Adams, chairman Tulle Hlgdon and Glades; Restaurant
the Fair Grounds at dewls-" when the Fair Is closed., baa coming Fair week, and reviewed the actual shooting with the 12 Waldron and Dant West- of .the contest committee for ,, Janice Carlin.
lave been been measured Into the hUDC1rw plans for the series of events. gauge shotgun.Charles berry. Hendry County Fair and Livestock Contestants will ride la the 0Bach
thousands gallons. The Marshal and Leroy In aa accident at the Intersection : Show.
fled for service of They discussed the heed of hot parade on opening day win
only on au- Davis, Jr., were later arrestedla of Sugariand Highway and To date, there ten
nib of thV designated Fair' general public has apparently water at the food booth and are entriesIn take part In a. multiple ribbon
',"' entatlvri la AH free to .use what water it wm make specific plans after a Broward county labor Bond Street that afternoon, the contest from OewUtoo cutting: to formally
i week bjJthe.qty actions t utilities'utnnept taken ;wiahe; and' at lime has left a study of the booth, and the camp and brought back ,to James J. Williams of Moore and one from T THH. SponsorIng open the ceremony fair on February 24.
and fhe'falr water running. Fair director requirement and cost. Hendry county: for trial by Haven struck a car driven by organizations and their eon The contestants must provide
dltwc* Sheriff Deputies Sirman Dyess Earl B. KranU of testants! Include
e..e: / "-. reported teeing citizens filling Mlddlebury. : Jones Texaco their
t' own one piece: bathing silt
vj, Urge containers at the .spigot Attending were President R. and Calvin Swindle. Davis ha Vt., In the rear, according to Service, Miss Joanne Wood; be at least 11 olds' and .
TH are three wales smd 'ten the grounds. 8. Dunswsy. Ernie Miller,Crab confessed to pulling the trigger Simmons. Damage to the '8 Corbln'i Farm and Ranch Sup never' have been year' married.
') '"f*. and aQ are shut. Gltep& the fair groundsnow will be Burt Mrs. Polly McLendoa. planned to only scare Hat was estimated at 8100 and 8300: Barber Shop Miss Linda Johnson are urged to can Sirs'.' I
*>ring Fair week or at"me paid for and the director will Gene Oawson. Buddy Belcher. risoa. damage to the 1963 Dodge of ; .The Toggery' Shop, Mia Robert Bass or' Mrs. Woody Gas
er where there is )tomato not authorize service extended. .Jerry Flint. John Corbin.. Mr*. The four appeared before Circuit Krantz. Patricia Owens: The Clewiston rather YIT 2-2931 or YU 2-1634 Clewiston
Addle McGenee,- and Mrs. Judge Gerald Odom la Simmons charged Williams News, Miss
tilt lor them. JIotP.r except to legitimate( users. Patty Vaughn; Cart; for additional information.
the water 'used through Wednesday. night the dire Beryl Bowdea. LaBelle yesterday afternoon. with careless. driving. ither TV and Radio Miss Csyl:*. Police Departmentme }

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Page Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlaton, Fla. members presented him with a to crack and break The fohn Bethea wrote of his capture board and of the 78th World Day of

Thursday, February 13, 1964 plaque for his yeoman servicein worst of it that the II' ,to has after being shot in the Deanery Prayer. Services will be heldat Passion Play
St. Martin's Episcopal Church
organizing the Clewlston Recreation .accepted the jib> as c. ipleto chest In the fighting of World }
Department. so it new belongs to the tax War II in Italy. His German at 7'30: 'p.m.

THE CLEWISTON NEWS Congratulations are in order payers. Ttj SRD otfc,' Is concerned captors decided to surrender to meets at Glades The World Day of Prayer observed opens Sunday

for Woodrow Carruthers, who and ,- ding an engineer the Americans so they helped each year on the first
Published. every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston, has been appointed Recreational to Investigate Immedi carry the injured back to the The spring executive board Friday In Lent, is sponsored by Sunday February
Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. Director; replacing Gene as he ately. American lines to completetheir meeting of the Southwest Coast women of the major Protestant the opening of the u.

Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Is departing this week for Aiken, It makes you wonder some surrender Deanery, Miami Diocesan Council and Orthodox Communions. Passion Play Black f _
Post Office in Clewlston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of S. C. Woody has been serving times here is a highway Coenle Clark was in India. of Catholic Women, met Prayer and giving for the World Wales Four perfoma season !14 I
March 3, 1879. as assistant director for several built from the rock up, for His brother Ed, was in Lake- Tuesday in the Pit Rom of the Wide Mission of the Church be given In the ,?*I
months heavy duty and it gave way before hurst, N. J., J. W. Grantham Glades Restaurant have been its ,.primary purpose theater each outdoor !*I
NATIONAL EDITORIAL -liThe the white lines got dry.It's was In Island X in the Pacific. Mrs G. N. Pitzen, president, and it has traditionally brought April 19th. Tuesday week lX2l

q IASS TIf N wind early Saturday Lt Carl Hansen was in Trinidad conducted the meeting. Attend- people together across denominational and Saturday
JJ : morning was a real doozy, ; Walker Nall was in Mlssls- In were women from Fort racial, national and cultural twilight performance at 1:30: 11II1'

t \ causing considerable damage, slpl and Ray Sullivan was in Myers, Port Charlotte, Arcadia, boundaries to pray for the on Sunday at I k I
MlMata ACSVaUI Including TV antennas, the west History Now Cherry Point, N. C. Naples Sebrlng, Bonita Springs, needs of the world. The offerIngs are schedul*
Subscription Rates .". f 4.00 per year wall of the Christian Church Wauchula and Clewlston. Mrs. help carry out church missions There will be a l>erfonn...,
lea4 0 (Return Postage Guaranteed) which is under construction, a TEN YEARS AGO Charles Butchart, Mrs. Pat around the world and Is at 7:30: p.m. on GOOd

(.9Tto BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher power pole In Sugarland Park, THIRTY YEARS AGO (From Clewlston News Peter's. )Irs. Harry Vaughn, observed by approximately 150: March 27th; and sPeelaIl t
d (From Clewlston News, Feb. 11, 1954)) matinees
S. H. STAlLS Managing Editor and a great number of trees Sr., Mrs. Jennie Toulls, Mrs. countries and reas. on Wednesday ?
Commission receivedan
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3.1201 need to be trimmed as a result The February Commission 9, 1934)purchased) The acceptance City from Charles E. 1.. Holoubek, and Mrs. Pitzen The public is cordially invited nary ruary 28.19 and Wednesday. p+1
Trailer residents were concerned the Clewlston women at attend the services at the
Advertising Rates
on application. The management reserve to were to
the first fire truck owned by the Stewart Mott in response
unscheduled rockIng
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! by the of Clewlston Clew- tending. Episcopal Church and Join representatives This moving drama oJkl
City ; It was capable their request to name the
1 i THE NEWS uiiimu no mponilblllty for the return of un one being turned over in S. Plans were made for the of the Community last days of Christ I
of 300 Pool the C haiMJ
pumping gallons
t elicited per iston Swimming
mtnuicrlpti or photo..raph.'J'HIII Moore Haven and another reported
NEWS aaiumri no financial nponilblllty for typo. Belle Glade. minute. Mott Swimming Pool. A large spring Deanery meeting at the Presbyterian Church First ed thousand of visit* iJ
graphical error or commluloni In dv.rtla.ment but If notified over in Fort Myers Country dub on Methodist Church and St. Martin's residents to the
The first concrete coat donated lake
i on of the pool's was
of Mich rrrori before the nut luu of the paper will reprint correctly Johnny Cockrill made an early part when St. Francis .
March 5th : Church who will
presentthe performances. The playul!!
that part of the advertliemont In which the error occurred. Hoover dike construction was by U. S. Sugar Corpora
., In the event a time element would render the correction valueleea check at the airport for plane poured by the C. Y. Thomas- Guild of Fort Myers will be hoe program. In Its 12th season in nor5n
the Newe will reduce the price of the advertliement by an damage and found several tion.I. tess.
: amount equal to the percentage of the total space ai the erron. son Company on culverts near R. Holland died suddenly at
turned slightly by the {high
1 eous or omitted copy repreeented. Dlston Island Pump Station. his home in Clewlston.
wind, despite adequate tie
j down ropes the exception Both Hendry county and the Mrs. F. M. Wright of Dayton, Altar Sunday, February 16

was one plane, not :tied at all county school board were in Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bigg Society \ 11:00: A.M. Morning Worship,

and it hadn't moved an.inch. straightened financial circum several days. Sermon by Rev. David A. Densin.
Mayor's -Is--' stances. The school board demanded Lionel Beatty received his discharge "Hallowed Be Thy
from the U. S. Air Force. aids church
a portion of racing camp
This is the last week for contestants
WHEREAS, the Future Farmers of America is an organization to enter the Miss Sugar funds provided by a special act. Kitty, Keen Betty and Joyce Name"
I operating in all the states of the United States of America contest sponsors and The county board, which received Barton attended the Southwest Mrs Helen Roberts and Miss o 8:00: P.M. Youth Fellowship
l and Puerto Rico, and contestants better hurry! the racing funds from the Florida Fair in Fort Myers. Patricia Ann Powers were hostesses 7:00: P.M. Evening Study

f, WHEREAS, this organization has over 9.000 chapters through out -es- state, was in need of money, A son, John Buchner Boy, Jr., to St Margaret's Altar Featuring a talk ly
the nation. with over 9,000 members In the! State of Florida born to Mr. and Mrs. John
too, and contended that such was Society on Wednesday( night
alone, and The other night in Moore Haven Earl Dyess
B. Boy, in Doctor's Hospital,
special acts of the legislaturehad Mrs. C. D. Hine conducted the
J WHEREAS, this national organization was organized in 1928, and Coach Buren in the
been declared void when Miami. business meeting, and a check Hendry County Sheriff
has had a remarkable growth since that time, and depths of despair, pleaded from
: WHEREAS the local chapter was organized in 1940, and since the bench "throw the ball tested In court was sent to Camp Matecumbe, First Methodist Church I
that time has reached over 1,000 local boys with vocational to the boys with blue shirts The county later offered $7,500 the Catholic Youth Camp in E. Osceola at Arcade
agricultural and leadership training and they are on our side." Saturday to the school board as complete New plant owneris South Miami, near Perrlne. Clewiston, FU\ i

I, WHEREAS this organization has had a great effect on the Improvement night, nursing a 19 point payment (The act provided It was announced that the
of rural America since its beginning! now lead he sent in the reserves "enough to bring the school club speakerAbe Southwest Coast Deanery will
THEREFORE I, T. H. Jones, Jr., Mayor of the City of Clewiston for the last 4 minutes and 23 board revenue up to $50 per rniet on March 5 in Fort Myers.

i in the State of Florida, do hereby proclaim and designate seconds and sat there with his pupil). The school board refusedthe Meer, president of the The operation; of St Margaret'sbooth VAlENTINE'S DAY
4 the entire week of February 15-22, 1964. as National F.F.A. world offer at the Hendry County Fair
crossed, with the on
legs Clewlston Fertilizer Company,
Week, and request that the citizens: of this
community give was the chief topic of business.
< special recognition to the local F.F.A. Chapter and wish them a down-hill pull. Just shows togo TWENTY YEARS. AGO which expects to open its new gIve vi an opportunity to ogoti
success in future endeavors some days you shouldn'teven (From Clewlston News, plant within a couple of weeks, The program consisted of an
article on Lenten Holy Week, shower our affections on thou
In witness thereof I have get up. Feb. 11, 1944)) was guest speaker at Rotary
-es- Club Monday. He explained read by Mrs Jack Scott loVl."Hereln .
hereunto act my hand and Gene Sarazen turned in a new
caused the seal of the City T. a Jones, Jr. County Commissioner Gratton course record, playing neat 67 that he and his associates sold The hostesses served banana
e t of Clewlston to be affixed MayorSonny George has been on the phonea at the Clewlston Country Clubin fertilizer In the area from their nut bread, cookies and coffee '" It love, not'thai we /load
this 1 7th day of February, couple of times to Hector a threesome playing with Jay Winter Garden plant (Mid- to their guests.World r u
1964. Johnson in the Bartow SRD of- Moran and Golf Pro Leonard.He Florida Fertilizer Co.) God, !but that /h.> /loved vi, and irf

fice relative to the "giving' played the course several He said he and his associates "kit' Son 10 be the/ propitiation for 01/1' lol." I John 4".10

suggested that they not read away" of the newly constructed times during his visit with Mr. in the Mid-Florida Fertilizer Day of

j Sez the News. highway east of town. Moran. Company at Winter Haven had Community Presbyterian Church

On the way out from the Ministerial About 4-500 yards is apparently Phelix Slonaker and Grace several customers in the Clew 407 Royal Palm Avenue
Association meeting at on a plastic base and It is Roscoe of Sylacauga, Ala., were lston area and for a few years Prayer FridayFriday HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister
his church couldn't but crawling causing the pavement married February 1, :while he had hoped to some day open a 9:43: A.M. Bible School 8:00: P.M. Youth FeUowshh

Father Dorman, of St Martie's notice that Us sign fa help a little was stationed at Fort Bennlng, plant somewhere In the lower February 14, as the 11:00: A.M. Worship
Episcopal Church, recentlywas Ga,. with a paratroop batalllon. part of the state. Following the children Valentines
out of date too. At any rate, he exchange SERMON SUBJECT
jokingly making quite an freeze of December 1962 they
In token of
wants his flock to gather at Records sincere friendship,
issue,of the fact that the News 10:30: Instead of 11.00: a.m. Sacred, Country & Western, Sugarland took their first step asking for the people of Clewiston will 'To Preach Good News to the Poor"No.
; had 'the wrong hour for his Pharmacy suggestions from the Atlantic unite with the hundreds of 1
"IS-i ORDERSMHOLDRIDGB Coast Line Railroad's agricultural "The Program of Jesus"
1 SPECIAL thousands throughout the Worldin
morning service. He noted that
Departing Gene Fuller was at PIZZAYU department."The .
1 prayerful kinship in observ-
t i after a portion of his congregation a complete loss.for words Saturday MUSIC ACL referred our request -

; came in a half-hour late, he night as Youth Center -.1l YU W711 2.3311 to W. C, Boswell in dewJs'.cn. -
: and he contacted us. As

.; ., the result of this contact we Clewiston Church Directoryl
\ 4'.1\-:
ought a in Clewlston, and

"x. I .. _.. ,,,, the/.United Statea Sugar Corporation .
.f' \ '" ,i"I.J ,.J..I'; / .M.*T '<*- .rflBl "-< .' .. .
1 shared us every consldtr a-e1 -

be abe: t) purcshae this site Hooker Point *, APOSTOLIC FAITH .' 407 Royal Palm ATOM

: A man ought to : tftn them, for we feel It is Paul Strickland, Pastor Sooth ClewbtonBro. Henry H. Ford Minister
._ .
get ;
:j Ideally,, suited lr our needs." 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. Luther Dixon Pastor 9:43: a.m.-.suiulay School
.' Mr. Meer introduced Harry 11:00: a.m.-Morning Warship 10:00: a.m.-.Sunday School
r '" Greene, secretary-treasurer of Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.- 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship.
j :: ::< what lie pagsfbr the Winter, Garden firm, FrankM 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Tuesday: 11:00: a.m.-Nursery Ish House.l In theft

a t h e n y (pronounced Mathee'ny Saturday: 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting.
) who' will be managerof 7:00: p.m.-Youth Meeting. Friday: : p.m.-WesimlnsterFeIIot

the Clewlston plant, and Lee 7:30: p.m.-Young People's ship.Wednesday .
L :. Williams, their pilot COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL: :
The Clewlston plant will operate HOLINESS CHURCH -7:30: p.m.-Cbolr Practice.
as the Clewlston Fertilizer South Clewbton -

,li +'A Company, and will stand entirely Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor FIRST METHODIST' CHURCH ST. MARGARETS CBTICI
on Its own, said Mr. Meer, 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 331 W. Oseeola Avenue Rev. Larkin Connolly
although the ownership will be 11:00 Rev. David
: a.m.-Morning Worship. Denslow, Pastor, .
identical with the Winter Garden 1:45 8.00: a.m.-Sunday Man.
7:45 :
lu : p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic a.m.-Church School .
," w plant. It will not be a Service. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 7:00: p.m.-Sunday Mass.
"branch" plant but a complete Wednesday: ':00 p.m.-Methodist Youth 7:00: .m.-Dally Weekday lea
business within itself. 7:45 7:00 a.m.-First Friday Jla*
: p m.-Prayer Service. Fellowship.
J. 'The company used local residents Friday: 7:00: p.m.-Evening Study 8:00: p.m.-First Wednesday
In the construction of the 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service Thursday: each month Ca*>>

1 plant, and Mr. Matheny has 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice. lie Ladlel'Altar>
selected his permanent employees defy"
41 locally also.Chaplain's NORTIISIDE MISSIONARY .
9:30: a.m.-Religious Instm
304 N.'Francisco Street
(Episcopal)) '' ''
II 1- work Bro. Chester Johnson 207 N. Paclflo lion.CHURCH_.
I Interim Pastor Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar
1 topic of W.M.S."The 1:45: a.m.-Sunday School. Sunday Services: OF CHRIST
11:00: .m.-Morning Worship 7:30: a.m.
-Early Eucharist
306 South Central
i: .y dk Chaplain and his work" ':30 p.m.-BTC. 10:30: a.m.-Family Service and Earl Arnold Minister
was the topic of the interesting 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. Church School

i program presented by Mrs. Wednesday: Saints and Holy Days Sunday:
t as an
George Uneberger, Mrs. Richard 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. nounced. 10:00: a.m.-Bible School

iJ J It doesn't make good sense for you to pay the price of a Chrysler Phelps at the and Woman's Mrs. Ben Mission Sanford FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Confessions-by appointment 11:00 7:00:: p.m.a.m.--Worship.Worship.

ary Society of First Baptist in E. Ventura Avenue Wednesday:
j \ and end up with a Chevy. Or a Ford. Or a loaded Church. Mrs. Maxwell Downs Rev. Leon M. GabmreU, HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.nv-Midweek devoli'lli&'lnra
: presented the devotional. Interim Pastor 720 and Bible Stud

i compact car. Our Chrysler prices start as low as the tagsyou'll Mrs. W. 'F, Nail, president 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. 8:45: Rev.a.m.-Sunday Vie Turner School Pastor _
the business session. GOD
; conducted 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service CHURCH OF
; ;;" The attendance pin for the 6:15 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 112 Sooth FaelHc Are
1 : p.m.-Training Union.
J. these. And this little
find on some of for 8:45:
} money you get month was won by the Julia 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service. 8 p.m.-Training( Union. Rev. Joe Colemaa
Head Circle. Mrs. Rachel Brown :00 p.m.-Evening School
Wednesday: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday
"J a husky, grown-up Chrysler. You get big car pride. Big was .announced as new chairman 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers Wednesday 800 : 11:00 a.m.-Morning Senrti
j.1' for the Alberta Taylor : p.m.-Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p.m.-EvenIng WorS*
car ride. Backed by 40 years of engineering leadership. night circle. 6.00;: p.m. Midweek Meeting.Prayer Wednesday:
Spiced tea, coffee and assorted Service. CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Servlct.
': We don't sell small-size cookies were served to Mesdames 8:45 GOD
,{Chrysler versions. We're big car men. Annie Nail. Ruth Brown- : p.m.-Choir Practice. 215 Sooth Fraacbee Street Friday Peopledeavor. fc
7:30: p.m.-Young

r ;: \,:.: And proud of it! Stop in. Size up all 3 of our great Chrysler Alvina log W.Whittle F. Nan, Ross Llneberger.LaByer, CALVARY Boath BAPTIST ClewUlmi CHURCH Sunday James: 'F. Klmbrel Pastor _.

W. R. Wimberly. Ben Sanford, 10:00:
::1; series: Economical Newport. Sports-bred 300. Luxurious New Charlie Foy, W. A. Thomas, N. 9:45:Rev.a.m.Herb-.Sunday Hlgdon.SchooL Pastor 11:00: a.m.a.m.-3unday-Morning Worlhlp.nan School CHRISTIAN CBT9!

j'k N. MacElroy. A. H. King Ross 11:00: a.m.-ChUdren's lIqulaaclAadI tor\II\
Yorker. We'll show how it is what Tbrbert, Maxwell Downs T. L. 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service. 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic! Church. North
-you easy to get you pay for.CIDAA. Tanner, Martha Topper, E. M. 7.00: p.m.-Baptist Training Wednesday: Service B. J. Goodrich, MlsUW\(

: : Cornette. R. V. Phelps and Union. 7:45: p.m.-Cbrlat'. 10:00: a.m.-Bible School
Amba'ssadors. -
8:00: r
Service. Communion
Robert Staoty. : a.nx-
Tuesday: Worship Sect
8:00 Thursday SIll
;' p.m.-Brotherhood. 7:30 7:30: p.m.-Communlon
Wednesday: : p.m.-Prayer and Bible Worship Servtt' '

l MowvpTo Claysler 964nmEniEmvivwuRMGiiBOMOODiniOMmiTmsr Did You Know? Thursday 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer Friday.4:00 : Study. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. -BJble: Study.

8.00: p.m.-Choir( Practice. Rangers for
Bo.I.This .
can get

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279,,0, Third place went to John ,
! nuvA Slicaen, of Belle Glade, driving tIs iwsi : CAijp Cigaret film Clewiston, Fla THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three
Thursday; February 13, 1964
Flat, with the total time of _
2892. will be shownA

This m nth'. cvmkhana had
one of its best -turnouts, with ) film < n utfiret, smoking 4-H members win

Slxar'ores ........... ........ 2 11 15 carl from Fort Myers. Belle s will beh I'.vu next Thursday I
igers splitair Glade and Clewlst n. The field evening at 8 o'clock at a meet- I
Tsfals .. .. .......... 20 32 72 ft cars and drivers included In" 'VI' ,it"is and: others int -
Bill Young of Fort Myers, driv ':ted: 1 d in LV American Can- fair prize moneyMembers
( of gamesver A.Clewst Mirrell((51)). OFF lug a Karmann-Chia] Dick Long c:"r S dJty' education and fundcr
'''''''' 10 2 22 of dtwlaton 'aic
Mazzina ......?. ...... 5 1 11 Phil Francis,, Clewl driving a Porche, r.. Mi'. Janus P, Lrgg of Fort of the Hendry of Felda, each entered two Hol
weekend Caruthers .. ............... 3 6 12 a 1963 M G. B. and tm: driving Mycr, field representative of county 4-H Clubs won prize steins! and each returned with
Bible. ...?..........?......2 0 4 Austin, also of Clewlston Raymond the Society hrs arranged the money with their entries in the $36.68 in prize money.
Baldree ....-.............?. 0 0 0 ing a 1959 Austin-Healey, drly- meeting, which will be held on Dairy Show at the Southwest Wesley Tanner won S17SO
?e Clewlston Tiger re Yoder .. ...................... 0 0 0 In the navigator events, Dick the patio of the Clewlston Inn Florida Fair in Fort Myers last with his Holstein; Marvin Till-
ed to winning form Satur- Bowden ........?..?....0 0 0 Long took first place. Navigat Everyone is cordially Invited week. man won $1750 with his Jersey -
night and defeated Belle M. Morrell ................. 1 0 jFarrsr lag from the seat of a Karmann- and urged to attend the meetingand Carl Willis, Felda, entered and Jack Charlton won
L 78-72 In .n easy victory, ,........_....._. 0 0 0 ghia driven by Bill Young, to see the film. The education two Holstelns, and won reserve 17.50 with a holstein
IT losing to Frostproof Fri. : grand champion, his Donna Blakley'a Holstein
Long's quick thinking and crusade of the Cancer Society prize money
[ night 72-51 In a near riot.In Totals ..........._-...... 29 9 51 skill earned him the low great time has always shared the was $48.64. brought her $1416, and Donna

h games, were played Frostproof .... 12 19 19 22 72Clewlston of 190.9. Bill Young came in spctl'ght!' with the financial Jane and Christine Charltonletters Keen's brought her $2082
kiston Nancy Albritton, $2000
second with the time of 1933. r crusade. The old slogan "Fight won
I:day nlghfi game was ?. 7'12 15 17-51 Third place tent to Susan Weaver ; Cancer with a check-up and acheck" prize money with her Guernsey;
bred with poor officiating of Lake Harbor with the has led many to a physical and Gary Albritton won $17.SO .
I allowed the game to get : with his Holstein
rough and com- Belle Glade 72)) G F P time of 2141. Janeen LaFon of ,, examination which detected tOTMflDITOt
feptionally < __ -JoA. fED Ray Hull, Jr.'s Holstein
Clewlston early cancer and resulted in
Buckner ... .__.._. 8 0 took fourth place
Llj of hand. 18 BASSETT
with the time of 219.9. furniture manufacturer from Basiett, saving lives said Mrs. Legg Box 27.Clewlston brought him $20.82, and Steve
Latour ......._.___. 8 1127 ,
foolproof it currently In Va. Is proud of tills string of ban caught In Lake Okeechobee The film and meeting will be Gannon's brought him $17.50
The Florida
Thompson __... 2 2 6 GSCA wishes to thank
nd place In the Ridge Con Wilkinson '_.....2 0 C Gene Jackson and'Jimmy Pace o. ene ef the overeat windy days when (lining was not at S Thursday evening, February February 7, 1964 Charlotte Corbett'a Guernseywon
|nce with a M record' and Jones ..___.3 5 11 for help In laying out the supposed to be se food. Baasett has a lift! pound one In the 20 at the Inn Editor Grand Champion and prize

L listen stands 6-7 form conferenceClewlntou's 'Friday Kruse ....,_.,,_._.. 0 0 0 course.: Next month the club: freezer, which Is destined for the Uxldrrmkt. Ed Larsen, Clewlston News money of $20.82.Corbin .
continuation of the Fuller .._ 0 0 0 plans to go to Sebrlng for the l"uld.,11 shown with B..eM.-STAFF PHOTO. Clewlston, Florida

isday fit t, was night a disorganization Mann ._. ....._....,..4 0 Scoring 12-hour race.: UM Music Camp Dear Sir: buyswinning
tours Haven. Willis ..___.0 0 0 Lions in the 3:15: game and the dell Whaley, Harold Eaetep and Reference your editorial in
Junior Kiwanians will meet the Volunteer Tom Jones 2 each, and Dyvan the News this week.
turday night, however they Totals ..__. 27 18 72 boysbasketball Fire Department in the Dyal 3. for Jr.-Sr. High steer
a completely different 4:15: game. In the second I agree with ;you 100 per cent,
reaching their peak of t1e,1doa ((78)) G F P game Thurs the colors on our new license Donna Keen's Reserve Grand
?ormance during the second A. Morrell __.._... 14 220 Winners of the first round will day Ronnie Roblson put on a taken Applications for the now are being of plates are not "horrible," I Champion Steer was sold at the
[ after a nip and tuck first Maulna ...___._ 11 426Caruthers Regular season play ended meet for the playoff championship cne-man he show far Corblns as Miami's Summer University Band and Orchestra think the more appropriateterm fat steer sale at the Southwest
r, The Tigers held a 34-33 ..__ 1 0 2 last week as the Kiwanlans outscored on Wednesday, February 12 scored 29 of the 3.1 points is "nauseating" as the Florida Fair in Fort Myers last
3:30 Joe and Camp, June 14
at Bandy Ernie through
: Hill
1 at half time. Bible .:....,,......,,.?. 3511 the Volunteer Fire De- p.m.Junior with 12 and 11 paired July 18 on the UM main tendency seems to be to make week.
points campus.Students
.1 Morrell and Mike Mazzlna Baldree ..._.,,__. 0 3 3 partment 31-27 for the league League All Stars who for Glades Gas respectively big -. in or above the one more sick than scared John Corbin of Clewlston
58 to M. Morrell __._ 1 4 SYoder Championship.Early will ecimete In the District gunsJohnnie paid an outstanding of 60
bind for points give Five Florida Recreation Association Jackson bucketed 7, Eddie eighth grade in September, 1964, Yours very truly, price
I Tigers 12 wins overall this 0 0 0 in the game it looked Crosby 8, Billy Williams 2 are eligible to attend the camp: NON-FLORIDA GRADUATE cents per pound for the steer
Json and a record for the Bowden...... ... 0 0 0 at though the VFD might end Tournament in Vero and Kenneth Walker 1. if they have the recommendation Corbin, owner and manager of
lool The second half spurt Farrar _. ...._._ 0 0 0 the Kiwanlans winning streak, Beach on March 7 will be announced Monday n'ght'! Glades Gas be- of their school band or or- PS-Do the poor misfortunate Corbin' Farm and Ranch Supply
\ pleasing to the fans as thers at Jimmy McCarthy kept dumpIng at a later date.FINAL hind Ernie Hill dropped Thrifty chestra director from other State Schools complain : store in Clewlston, has beena
practically abandonedlong Totals ...__......_ 30 18 78 In points, but some fine LEAGUE STANDINGS 47-35 to continue a strong hold Campers will be housed in now, or do we wait until generous supporter of the 4-H
shot and worked theIn Belle Glade .. 15 IS 11 21-72 team play by Allan Carlton and on first place in the league. Eaton Hall dormitory at the I our color la up? program mince its beginning '
under basket time and Mickey Williams put the Kiwanlans Team W L WOWY beat UM and meals will be served in
Klwanls .......... ......... ... Parkinsons to re-
.8 0
m to build up a 19 lead with Clewlston ... 12 22 24 20-78 out front nthe closing main In second place Corblns the university cafeteria.
the over four minutes to go. minutes of the game. Carlton Rotary .. .. ........... ...... 4 5 Parkinsons and Thrifty Cost of five weeks of housing,
Lions .... .... ....... completethe
3 S
ch Buren Hall allowed the and Williams had 12 and 11 standings: in that order. food Instruction, recreation and
ryes to finish the fame, Ronnie Lee wins points respectively while McCarthy :- VFD .._...,_..?...,........ 2 S Hill tipped in 19 points Bun. local transportation Is $223 take your

s It was not a* close as the scored 18 for the losers. dy 12, Jackson 7. Williams 4, Further Information and application
I score Indicates. his 2nd GymkhanaRonnie The Rotarians beat the Lions Thrifty breaks Hank Andrels 3 and Walker 2. forms may be obtained

orrell netted 30 points for Lee of Clewlston be- 42-22 which tied the two teams For the losers Danny Hall and from Fred McCall University VALENTINE to e e .
evening, with Mazzlna 101.ID' came: the first to win two for second place In league play league ice Gerald White scored 7 each, of Miami band director, or
closely with 26. Little In a playoff game to decide the Waldron and Carithers 6 each, any school band director.
in the history of the second place, the Rotarians Simmons and E. Perry each! ,
ndy Morrell led the reserves Glades Sports Car Association Thrifty Drug's entry In the
h 6 points during their ap- gymkhana events. Lee, drivinghis again came: back to win over the Men's City Basketball League while Casseaux dropped in a The boa constrictor Is not
ranee.tpraof. 1X1 Aorta-Healey 1000, took Lions 26-17 with the strong help tasted victory for the first time free throw for 1 point strong enough to harm an adult
of Freddie Robertson who
first scored Thursday night as they came Woodrow Wilson Carruthers by constriction, and does not attack
place with a total time of
172)) OP 2687. 18 points! In the contest from behind to beat Parkin was high for WOWY with 19 humans, says Ross Allen, I
astn 10 5 ISo League playoffs will start on son's 37-35. Glades Gas dumped points as they defeated Park of Florida's Silver Springs
pman ..... ... 6 12 Jeff Nash, also of Clewlston, Tuesday, February 11, and the Corblns 3941\ In a real. close insons. Glddens and Buren Hall
eroa 1 4 6 driving aa Atutln-Healey came: first round pairings will match game until the final minutes contributed 11 each Bill Baker RESTAURANTJOIN
11214 In second: with a total time of the Rotary club against ,the Danny Hall was high tor 4 and Loyas Barton I

Thrifty with 11 points Tom Car For the losing team Huebner iSHI

-. Ithers 7, Bruce Waldron t, Joe scored: 12, John Stltt S, Dye 6. US IN OUR FIGHT TO
Hlllard S. Ralph Casseaux 4, Estep 4, and.Harerlve 2. ... f'lfo' WIONJ

Franklin Simmons t, and Gerald t- .....-tY COOrCIttGI'f ,J''
White and Bill Sikes, 1 each, ,
+tM Raymond Huebner led Park- Officers investigate Boats Guides Gas Ice ,

Inson'i with U, Gerald Bar- high school entry Fishing Tackle Supplies) Widest variety of/ f fine foodsJor of: .n
I Diets Wto-
graves Bobby f. .
Chief of Police Wendell Whaler Johnson'sFishing -
and Sheriffs Deputies Calvin 100 miles .
Swindle and Slrman Dyess Camp
Bowlingnews are continuing the Investigationof dewiaton Flo. .
64 JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVROI.ET-lmsu.la Sport Coup breaking and entering of

various room at Clewiston
High School over the weekend. .

'WID A' half dozen ball point pens, ... .... '
Of L.tKZ' several bars of candy were u ... LL. Ads'
Sport Shop .-*.._. 55' S3 missing from the concession: : Lf'L'
...... .
Old South _,. S2H 35% room, approximately $1.43 from
U. S. Sugar Corp. .. 48% 39ft!! the teacher's lounge, entry was i
j Baldree'f ..... 43 43 also made Into the physical brings you
I Wilson Lumber _*. 41 4. education room with nothing apparently -
ALL-NEW CHEVELLE-Mallbu Sport Coupe Canebrake ...... _.,40U '4ParkluM' % missing. Book were CAREFREE HOURS r
.-,-.,?,* 36Vt 51 H scattered: about with only minor .
Hare Lumber ..*....... 35 53 the .
damage to property.City
I m Series Scratch for relaxation
D. Belcher: --... .. 453 .-. j I
'.,.' v+ u.? r\ Lola Richmond: ..._ 449 gets $5,000 Whatever your uash-day needs be I
Jan Hutto ,...,.,.' ...?.. 439 may
HI O.ttf Scratch 91dep from cigaret tax UOTPOINTS deluxe programmed wash.

L. Richmond: 119 207 Clewlston claret smokers er fills them completely.Set .
Thalne Richardson 207 boosted the conomy of the city:
p McLendon .-.-. 170 206 by $5,35411 with their purchases your washer for the load it is
Louise Rudd ..,.. 169 220 during the month of December .
according to report of
Potasirnick-Badgett 47 33 Richard B. Keating. The director 1. Cotton white '
Glades.Restaurant 42 38 of the State, Beverage Department ,"'. <

-i55 1 MW Root Beer .... 39 41 which handles the 2. Cotton, bright colors
Dan's Dragline<< -_ 32 48 collection: said the state's general
HI n.lldleapw revenue fund benefitted to 3. Wash n wear, sturdy
Came Series the tune of $$1,892,114 from

Inez Uneberger -... 220 564 I cigaret sales that month. 4, Wash' nVear delicate l

'64 SPORTY, MORE POWERFUL CORVAIR-Monza Club Coup.v Julia Swindle.204 ..... All clgarets: sold within the I +
Frances Carlln .__ 201 558 4 city limits bring a return of the 5. Special, wool
Bobbl Swindle .." .. 549 t tax: to the city: in which bought; !
IU Scratch Scorn I the: sales made, in rural areas G. Special, soak wash I a 1 1fi

Frances Carlin ........ 184 507 I bring taxes which go Into the r
Inex Lineberger ....175 429 state general revenue fund. The
'I.. Helen Klste US 41S t tax Is 8c per package : i

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luxury cars, thrifty cars, sport cars, sporty cars, big cars, 1 RODEO.!

small cars, long cars, short cars, family cars, personal cars

r Work clothes from the

mucklands! or

Why on.stop It your Chevrolet d..I.r'slalik.having your own private auto show
dainty lingeriethere's -

And if we had room here we could go on and list all the engines Chevrolet offers, I I
\ setting that suits
ranging up to an extra-cost 425-hp V8 in the big Chevrolet And all the differenttransmissions. on

And the umpteen different' exterior and interior color choices. i your HOTPOINT deluxe

And the models with bucket seats and those without. And the hundreds of programmed washer.

different' accessories,including the new extra-cost Abi Fbi radio But that's best 2:30
\ : Automatic bleach & fabric
to your Cherrolet.dealer. That and exactly how reason- ryrffff TSf 1 P.M. I : ::

tola the price be for much car.MU j tf ; conditioner dispenser, tool!
can you to be able to enjoy so I sa AAratCi'sMOST) DAJI6E1) s wellFEB.22&23 I

TIE Clay BOflWY KXfORMEK OttroKt CtmDe Cfcerj II Corr*. Cenett I

- 8H "titans at your' Cketrolet Showroom _

.," ". ... ; _. GLADES GAS COMPANY
rat KSHVAiwfg CAU wmmmmKff
ChieV' .wenS'' MeC.r Co.r ,kiW.i2
M6EO[ 0691 INIOT II. FUHWAlasrstAfcliiliaSIJ Phone YU 2-1311 DAN McCARTHY Clawiston, Fla.L .

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5uprland H"7. Clew ton, FIa. YUkon .. 1I1'15pDhLi

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t Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlstou Fla. FolliesBy for 2.000 miles next :year. Brighton Reverend, England Peter Talbot raised hU In the could organ only got a rl oak frrt I

Thursday, February 13, 1964 Fuller's Thieves oftentimes steal some church services f far
fairly odd Item--. but this is hand during Someone had c ;
AL FULLER ridiculous music to start But the organist pipes sire

a 'fl Then nd as a big to who argument should going beOT .

I S NE s sRecent ::. d 'Father of the Jeep.

Most% famous invention have
M t pr,) ud parenthood such as Edlv 'Who will receive the crown at the I

i -Father of Electric Light,
VJ.___ WI \Iward!: Teller-Father of the
Bomb.. Colt-Father of fait
bride is Feb. 14 Joe Hall Neolln shooting revolvers. Fulton Valentine Dance?
Feb. IS Lois Jones, Terry reI Father of steamships etc.

I shower honoree Hutchins, Margaret Waters As famous as the Jeep Is, no
I Feb. 16-Clara Broadrick, Bil- one has been able to prove who New short formals bought

Mr.. Mark Addlson, the form lie Lee is Its true father. especially .
I er Alice McDonald, was honor Feb. 17 Charlotte Kesler. From the many terrible names
ed with a miscellaneous bridal Joyce Drake, Margie Sanford V I've often heard Jeeps called I for the High School set.

shower Thursday evening Hostesses Ronnie Roblson, Eugene It's not surprising that someone w
) Mrs. Kenneth Scott Hingson doesn't own up to being Its father '
and Mrs.were Howard Green. Feb. 18-Anthony Toulls. R. W. !'; ; M Strapless with cover-up jackets

rr 4
The party was held in the Brown Faith Harris Some guys will do almost anything -
Fellowship Han of the Assemblyof Feb 19-Sybil Robbins. June to keep from being drafted. full
God. Bembry Charles McClelland, Jim Hendrlcks, freshman at ; skirts-just right for
The decorations were In bridal J. Fred Baker the University of Texas had
white and a lace cloth was Feb. 20-Dr. John F. Powers read that the Army was going dancing-,
used on the refreshment table Mr. and Mrs. John G. Beal. to stop drafting married men. ,t,
where cake, punch mints, and Bob Real Ned Halrar.PER'SOH So he puts this notice on the
nuts were served by the hos college bulletin board: '"Help! Several models in lace chiffon
Need Wife Quick! I'm being ,
) tesses. drafted and must get marriedby 4 \ nylon white red
Mrs. Addison opened and Oct. 31. Call GR 2-5720." organza pink,
displayed her gifts to the '
thirty-five guests attending The 100 girls who answeredthe blue or green
notice scared him so badly
he decided to stay single and !
I Church men enjoy d# face the drafLManchester. Q t -= $14.98fully

Eng.-A Dutch l
DikeThe ll1/lei. airliner had to circle Manchester
supper at ( lined bell-skirted
4'tME. airport for 20 minutes while 19
Men's Fellowship groupof LS: cows were chased off the run-

the Clewlston Assembly of ways. .
AND MRS. DAVID H. PARISON, at their wedding Only $19.98
God enjoyed a fish supper at Mrs Thomas B Owens, Mrs. Is this what pilots mean when ,
the Herbert Hoover Dike on Fri C. B. Owens and Mrs. Ruth ceremony at Trinity Methodist Church Arcadia on February they say they flew a "milk :
day evening, February 7. Those Owens were In Fa.rrls Island. ilL Mr and Mrs. Pattlson will make their home In Clewbton run?"

attending were A. W.: Sias, S. C. this week to attend (ithe following< their honeymoon trip to New Orleans, Confidential Item: Mae West's '. Tiara, with combs,
\ Glynn Archer, Lynn Dasher, graduation eerclsei of the V; S. newest romantic conquest Is a : $2
J Sam Lang, Eugene Hingson Marine Corps base at which day with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Luevano Beder' Nail Minnie West Coast minister.For a charming accent .
Vincent Hendrlcks, Lewis Kelly John Owens completed his basic Thielen. In Moore Haven. Billie, Deborah Davis RogelloHernandez you who don't know who .
1 Floyd Knowles James Kimbrel training. Mrs. Pam Moody has returned Morris' Nipper Mae West Is, ask your Daddlei. It'
d; Lamar Tatum and Mallie Spur- Arriving Monday to visit their from a visit with her sister Joann McMahan Edwin Anderson (And take note of the way his NEW HATS ARE

\ Din, Jr. cousins. Rev. and Mrs. HenryH. Mrs,L. S. Harris In Klsslmmee Lake E. Dens Thomas eyes roll around.}
Ford, Miss Horren of last week. People here In America are
; The supper 'was prepared by Mary Coker Martha Jumper, Maxine ..
i the Women's Missionary Coun New Florence Pa., and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Boyette Vlllarino, Donald R Kelly. griping because of all the licenses ..
elL WMC members attending. Walter Fogelsanger of Camp and children and Mr. and Mrs. Patients they have to buy. :. ___
i the supper were Mrs. Glynn Hill, Pennsylvania and Mr. and Curtis Pullen and children were remaining-Deborah Whether it's for fishing, driving "SPRING'S -

: Archer, Mrs. Gilbert Stiles, Mrs. Mr. Percy Taylor\ of Holland. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Nipper Davis Delia Beder' Nafl.Rlchaud John Morris Cochran -I marrying, flying, hunting
I Lewis! Kelly Mrs. Floyd Mich. W. O. Morgan. Sr Lake E. Delta Dnald Kelly 'or many other things, you'vegot
for license. Well,
Mrs. M. L, Goodwin returnedto to apply a
Knowles, Mrs. Lynn Dasher Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Nielsen Thomas Coker, Mattie
Raycolds Its worse elsewhere.
and Mrs. James Kimbrel. her home the past weekend and Mrs. Evelyn Nash were in Joann even whitehead
Maxine In Vienna one must get a license or e
after an absence of seven ,
Fort Pierce Sunday to visit
weeks. She spent last week with Vlllarino. Jessie Fay Lawson even to latch-hike. A Veil hats $2.50 pieces
their brother-in-law. Dr. L O.
Birthday greetings her sister In Tampa after a Aaron Cypress, Diana Luevano Prague newspaper said that 40. .
Is 111.
1' Feb. 13-W. J. Roblson. mean flight she spent to Hampton several weeks Va. where with Mr. and Mrs.very M. H. Peers Roscoe Rogello Buck Hernandez, Herbert Martha Cypress, 000 persons hitch-hiking will be licenses:granted good official Pastel veils $1.00 $2.19 to $4.98 California

and daughter Susanne. spent Jumper. Teresa .
Edwards Man
Carlton her' in-lsw and
ace- daughter '
apt and Mrs' C, T. Adamsnd in Sunday LaBelle visiting!and Naples.their parents garet Klmsey .,.1 i Late Classified Half-hats New spring hats Straw bags
Mrs.family Ernestine Slddmora of Mr.-ni-if;;'. David Fair. of .FOR SALE OR RENT-Brand $2.98-$4.98
j Ind., visited Mr. and Mrs. $2.4942.98ss
Fort Lauderdale flew to Clewls Births- new 2-bedroom houme. Terrazzo i
Joe Elder this week. The couple
ton with her tour-month old : floor; buUUn kitchen: natural K
0\\ DOUBLE FEATURE daughter Sherry Lee Sunday resided In when Clewlston Mr. Fair several'yeah Mr. and Mil Nelson VUlarlno 'tile bath, central:' gas beat, utility white, blue
Frl Sat., Feb. 14. 15 for a short visit! with her grandparents ago was announce the birth of a 1M, room carport. Convenient
MIS8OUKI, TKAVELEB" ,,.Mr. and Mrs. Sam an Instructor at the British Nelson Jr., ca: February'; 12 at, c I I to hospital and high school.
Flying Training School a)t RIddle ''
LEE MARVIN ThlgpeD.. who had never seen Hendry General Hospital. The ,'Owner will help finance lot re- PARKINSON'Sbeige
.l Romance Action Laughter their great granddaughter Field. baby,l weighed six pounds 12 .;sponsibl buyer. Immediate
t1 W. W. Lewis of Nashville, Ga., Terryl Jane Marsh, a student ounces: ''posoeagkxk. Phone YU 1-9322. C. trENT
t "LASSIE'S OKEATADVENTURE" visited his daughter. Mrs.: .W.. at Holy Name Academy; ft:> Sea '.. Benson. etc
I Mr. and Mrs. cf
: Antonio spent 4he weekend at Roy fiiU l.l L. a
O. Morgan Sr.. last week together .
i I "' The ,Love of a Boy for "Ms rlskted 04 Thurs-: .her borne in OewUtao.] '!*." LaBeOe are' the proud+ parents ..."" ,\ .j .. ," ,
Okay !1 '
of : ,. .. ,
Dog o Mrs. Percy Roland and Mrs. a son, Pete who arrived on ; \
Ideal Family Entertainment' Blanche Daughtrey wen-guest, February .8. at Hendnr General .. ,
I EDWARDS of Mm. Roland's daughter, Mrs. Hoo pftaL The baby 'weighednine O\. i.

Sun. Mon. Tues.' W. A. Moore Jr., and family, pounds, six ounces at birth. ...
1; Feb. 16-17.13 Plumbing RepairReplacements at Aftamofrt Springs last week f

'j 1 "CHAJtADE end. Country Club'Notes
High prices down?
i CARY GRANT .! got you
j AUDRY HEPBURN Installations, By Laity MeCoarffle

j A Mystery'with a LaughPer Trouble Shooting, Last Friday was the regular
I. 0 monthly meeting of the Ladies
Golf Association.: The -hole
.; 'Septic Tank ASpecialtif Blind QJ
Bogey was played. Winners v
Wed. Thurs., Feb. 19 20
,. ADULTS ONLY Patients admitted M. S. were May Mitchell, one 01
\ "SUNDAY IN NEW YOKK" Call YU ,-6711 Letchworth; Margaret Klmsey, our visitors from the North 'Am) I glad
JANE FONDA 325 E. Ventura Made Jean Hogan Della and Frances Nail
Alice' Diana On the 21st of February the
Rlchaud, ,Cody, Ladles Association to having an Ait I found out la time that an
18-hole. Invitational tournament Mtfmdtnt agent Bakes The Big
'1 Difference la insurance! Hu con- t
Sri with ladles from LeHlgh Acres O
timing, personal attention to
Sebrtng and Belle Gkde
Country Insurance needs
saved thousands
Clubs participating.. of dollar"Be glad,not lid I Up to your ears In Does your car have Think all extras have

11. STEAK of Call ttt, any Urn*I car bills? hollow legs? price tags?

We would like to thank' the BeardsleyNash Most cars: cost too much to Why throw away moneyto Rambler extras at no extra
members of the Ladlea' Golf Ins.Aoencv
  • ' buy,to keep.But Rambler feed a gas-guzzler? cost include: Deep-Dip
    9IA Association of the Country dub
    : savings start with Ameri-
    Ramblers give world- Ceramic-Ar
    you 'MMtfroofing,
    i also ins the for very their wonderful thoughtfulness gift and and ca's lowest prices.' No famed gas economy with- mored muffler., Double-!
    t.t HUNGRY ; Qfflca Hours. 8 a m. to 9 p m. strain
    on your budget! out
    friendship our association.throughout the yearsof Closed all day Saturday sacrificing performance. Safety! Brakes many more.

    Matt and Theresa Stanton. 'fame YU 1-7501 dewbtonisi oc-.pan_.....,. .....,-.. sy""d"e.d JW-f.,MMM.p'd"add&

    I.. Chef Ernest McCray .. J! : Get a lift-get a Rambler American

    I is ready to broil for YOU ; r: e

    ,. .I THRIFTY

    A Selected, Top Grade, US Choice '. "', ,
    'M DRUG

    ; New York Cut i. r1- .

    I T SpecialsShopper's
    ( ,t.1


    i (Available from Noon for those who can't wait until 6 P.M.) SQUIBB COIUClDIN

    Reg. IUD t
    All Sizes
    Served in our dining room' .J'! r/Z Price 99'CIJmIt

    21) fM slaepsetq caw Rra01r tarrkret
    every day AV rs.N'et., N.r.Asde.esss.dos,
    40 MARLIN SPRAY! / 'arraoa NMhbr asrduNt


    PLAN NOW Enjoy Dining Out Re,. Sec 4 Rei. '$100

    Now 481. Special $3.00 I FlUI '84 CAR X-RAY BOOK No.tin Compact-Car Sales

    j .Side-by-Cde photographic(
    I com.
    I ,partaonaof POPularean-caa
    Luncheon. save you hundred of dollar At RAMBLER
    your Rambler dealer:
    THE..GLEWlSTON[ BLUE WATER FISH No.1\bi i U Muese User

    .. Tartar sauce french fries cole slaw

    hush puppies BEMBRY RAMBLER )MOfORS S

    n l$" d *t $ 58* or 2 for' 980
    felephneYU2-350l )
    FIoi :
    Clewiatoll/ Y ;321 E. Sugarlimd Hwy 2-1201
    y .. f I' .. .ti. tt :.& "... 4 :,4 .q! tontJCPb.hYV t

    .. ; J IU8EI'S DIWT SIlSC 11 ; ""' ''''- '''' 't
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    contest L I t.burg said, food! will b. a 1 boom for r ,. u' ,sit of F' t Ida, 'J CILt t n, Fla. TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS Page nv.Thul.day .
    E Th,1" ',a, III.L tau: E February 13, 1964
    mothers of young children t 'n:i:' I by our ""dn _
    ( I'' I ,- -- -
    1 I" :
    students I ''I t 1\t tL -j: "
    jpcn to in..,v Ib :yin i i'' i II'i ,I II un I ',", I I i'.llk..g' s ",. ...n to( bet ,r "?,<'" wII i:i ". I i4i "--if I 1'' : .I ng throughout( thc 'l.n..: t t, bring the I
    subs by c ,ri:a<'!mj th ir I ', ,. and efficient assistance
    AND -. A statewide Into I i '.11 iktt, uccoidlng t H II v t'. 11 klndt I Florida compinksI partial
    cst for Junior and cal utl ly: manager In jllt c5:i. liume economics specialists With J' 'Mf1 lI w,' ,, i I. I .. ','is )CICIn I i-j .lace, tax rcctpits! have of /his staff closer to the Insurance -

    :1'h: school students oac5 mun; c.l,is j.I 'i",sinnuil: u'- the Florida Agricultural Extension rr I n"c,1 i i without ant Sr wn from 231,368 in 1940 to industry and policy

    t "What Municipalof ports which may be helpful to Service I' i.r b a\\t defense A the approximately! >18,000,OW in h Iders alike.
    t. Electric UHHties nt.t.lnt't, h s d 1 Thiity-four An d f ., '0' :In zol Th s I pledge 1983 .
    11,' ells:s In III 1 suit sauces During his prelIIt..m of office -
    I sin In in compliance with
    My City. was an- and gravies. Including; chili, Larson sponsored. the regional
    own clcitri ,it I Larson tabUsiwd a Senior
    u t
    it.items, tutional of
    Florida ('Is obligation
    I oday by the white cream hollandaise, barbecue home office law In the 1953 Legislature
    and v'ill parl a" i "l't In the contest ( I. "mce.( Citizens: Service EHvWoe In the
    d 1 Utilities Association and pizza, and frozen which ha* thus far
    Commissioner's Office

    attend high Thomas suid: They are: rxw "; C.\blnt t ,-!mc! I shall Insurance
    ..j, who mushrooms arc new foods and a *r. br:light regional headquartersof free ad-
    This give
    Ala-aua Bartow
    B auntstoa
    o areas served by a types of packaging which will r "h:' u r an nc ive am dedicated 13 Insurance firma to the
    BbstinelJ vice insurance problems toFlorida's
    .sl electric utility or livhin ChnttthDochoe, bring added convenience to the Inlt. d t In l"" >rts ti meet our state These firms wrote a on who
    I txruor citizens
    : wlston.
    the service area of C'i: Meade Fort homemakers. So are round t needs in tho folds of education, premium volume In 1962 of more
    Pierce GaJiosvllle: now number more than 600,000
    ,,Oll/y./ will be eligible tou Cove "push up" tubes of butter. i ublic safety C"l1.fY.Uon. the than $!01 million from thMr
    ,> officials said. Saringi Jacksonville, V e r oBeach. Lemon fiavor maintenance cf a sound fiscal Florida offices Larson has been a leader in
    aerosol containers

    I u s. Savings Bond win Lakeland, Leesburg, for policy!; and ti>: general welfare." Florida's Insurance Code is the development of a state-wide
    \ JjU:; salads, fruits and fish
    ,rded for first prize A $25 Newberry New Smyrna Beach, will soon be available recognized as being one of the effort ti trim highway traffic
    aw will go to the second. String, Havana Jacksonville finest In the country. deaths He has also been a frontrunner
    id Deadline for all Beach, Wauchula, Lake Helen, Another brand new food product Larson runs In another move as Insurance in the campaign to estab--
    C,' Dinner Moore Haven, Ocala Quincy, In the making-pasteurized Sunland Centersfor
    May 1. 1964. Members Commissioner Larson has established lish Training
    nee IS Contest Committee Starke. Homestead, Key West, peaches They retain much for re-election twenty field, office mentally retarded children
    the' Lake Cthe desirable qualities of
    Municipal, Utill- Klssimmee Worth, Mount
    t to, Florida will be judges.declSWna Dora Orlando St, Cloud, Tallahassee fresh prime ripe peaches and TALLAHASSEE-State Treasurer IolssnsarM.

    Assoclatlon will be final. and Williston. can be stored under refrigeration p J. Edwin Larson, who is

    All entries must be sent to for as long as 30 months. t entrusted will! tV State of

    ,,'a" not to exceed 1500 Mac Cunningham, executive secretary Florida's 1150000.090) bank account

    rds will be Judged on the Florida Municipal Association More today announced ha willcek ti-rld ta
    the sub-
    of students
    ,I' )1 f knowledge Box 2502 Lakeland a seventh' term in the
    and neatness. -
    1. cabinet office ho has bald for
    be typed or writn Inner Circle
    :re- may on twenty-three years
    longhand on one side Squeeze tubes Larson's
    Jib automaticallymakes BEFORE travel
    ,, ,I standard 814x11 sheet Two Clewiston boys missed s him State Insurance you Feu
    All entries must con- for baby foodsGAINESVILLELiquid their opportunity to lunch with
    paper ADDISON shown following their Commissioner.
    MB. AND MRS. MARK are
    write for free
    i the name, address, school Rotarlans last week when the In announcing for re-election, your
    wedding at the Clewbton Assembly of God January
    of the contestantThe club entertained the Inner
    I grade cited
    he his of the
    FMUA Is sponsoring batter in a carton. Chocolate Circle students of the Junior 31st. Mrs Addison Is the! former Alice Donald.( law that made sponsorship Florida a major TRAVELGUIDE

    ,'ontest In an effort to In- 'syrup In a plastic squeeze battle and Senior High School. STAFF PHOTO. headquarters center for the In- fr1Trs'

    I5t more students in their with a snip-off cap. Meat Patrick Kelly son of Mr and surance Industry and the vastly

    al 1 governments" City Man- tenderizer In a spray container. Mrs Loyd Kelly Ie I a straight grading periods (He was inal- ta c.11 ilia te, 1 fait It necessary Increased amount of state mon !

    it M W. (Pat) Thomas of The sque tube for baby Inner Circle student for all three vertcn:ly listed with the Outer to make this declaration as ey in his custody."In .

    Circle last week). Patrick was van; as p:jslb'e! in order to get 1941 when I became State Travel the Congress way)

    .,. --------_... at home enjoying a but with -n with tha business at hand- Treasurer ,there cash
    .MmtmMMIllimiMlf""""""""""" era"s was a with,! (Mi Travel Guide
    the |flu at the time of the my obligation t> carry out my balance of only 113,323.115.68 in Just the sIn to carry In :.
    luncheon lutes!! as Attorney: General anda the state treasury. As of June the glove
    pocket or
    r Randy O-krlll was having Cabinet off-cer: : In the most 30 1963. the total was 1149,62583995 ,- your of
    compartment your car.
    an even rougher time. Randy, .ft:clent manner ," Larson said. locations
    Gives rote
    ", > ,
    cractldng: attorney a
    T ho mils inner Circle twice *former state prosecuting attorney He aid the value of state securities facilities of bettor' class motor hotels coast to coast,
    and Outer Circle on-.e, was nursIng in his care has increased and by Congress Motor Hotels.
    and familiar with Inspected approved
    as one
    Mr. BOSTON a broken leg He caught ha! ten fod-trom! $67,938,552 to
    Hotels offer free
    the pub.lc low .of Florida I be- Member of Congress Motor
    INrcItsss, 1511..010, Os rlN(55110505,.?555m15,rmC55 leg between a motorized golf came well acquein'ed: with the $681,083.833. reservation service. We honor Credit Cards. '
    cart and a fence post when helooked
    Larson pointed out that his
    by the Attorney
    important role played -
    sway while driving the wane. ". i
    leadership is rapidly making
    General as the chief legal
    cart near the county barn He' cfllccr of our state I am Florida the Insurance center of CONGRESS MOTOR HOTELS
    is now doing" nicely and hopesto the SoutheastThe
    keenly aware of the magnitude! .
    be back in school next week.
    of my duties u a member of the number of Insurance companies 1674 Meridian Avenue
    Randy Is the son of Airport state Cabinet, sitting on some admitted. to Florida has 39 FloridaINDIANAPOLIS
    Miami Beach
    Manager and Mrs James Cock- 24 boards and commissions almost doubled, from 440 to 877 ,

    ROCKING CHAIR WHISKEY rill. which adiiilnlster. the affairs of during his tenure He noted that -....
    Sate government '. .

    Kynes announcesfor "Florida has been served by

    "distinguished( attorneys general,
    looked tor
    Ever since,men haft
    General"I "and I cite specifically 1m-
    easier ways to duplicate this din
    covu'y.' Fanners In Kentuckyused : rri N.r+ med'ate predecessor, the Honorable
    to put kegs of whiskey: In am formally announcingmy Richard Ervin recently appointed -
    their Model Ts and drive 20,000 candidacy for the office d a Justice of the Florida

    bumpy Idea before they JIICI&ecIA big an entire warehouse to !seatIng Attorney General said James Supreme Court. I have acceptedthis
    a warehouse on an artificial W. Kynes. challenge with a solemn

    lake. But these costly experiment "Since my recent appointment. .'pledge"to maintain those Ugh

    It aO started In the dajra of Iron failed. to this office I have been the standards

    men and wooden ships when ata Finally, IS years ago Old Mr. grateful recipient of telephone p "As Attorney General sworn to

    captains found that tIM whiskey Boston found theWlytoeapture calls telegrams and personal .,.,advlse, represent and protect

    they/ tamed on a voyage tasted visits from citizens throughoutthe the people of this state, 1 shall
    better than! the same whiskey It fit is finks Further North the legendary state of Florida. follow the rule of reason and
    ashore The"cradle of the deep" inventive whiskey fanciers roped Savor.. With a "While there bar been the V work diligently! to preserve the

    nude the difference. Th steady kegs to tops of trees, so winds bowutbeeld.4aaptakaweaaened obvious speculation that I would ;integrity of government by law .
    notion of the ship continooudy blowing up from Capo Haltaras \ It Is my firm conviction that

    TT turned-the could da the work for them.Commtrclslly thiawhbker .
    whiskey ta the ck soi I>Rocking Chair. Bowling Nevus :" : 1

    i that every drop was ,Warm keep" HOUSES & i iI
    : ;
    mellowed by tM sea- the secret of LAK>s BOWIIN9.: ,LEAGUED i :
    Atoned wood. So foodWMthJowfabkey (U ;
    w ,' U; S. "S. C. Owistotl; .7.",

    'that retired sea captains\ the ((49 points). PROTECTOR

    often/ lashed fun kegs to rocking Its' Frostie 47.108 ((49'polnU).
    chairs and patiently rocked efforts have Ice WOWY '4J.TO 144 points),

    them to let tIM same result ranged from mechanically, rockwnuiauicB I M--- High teant vet .V, S. S. .CiOewistoot i ..,.
    its .. 1,468. '

    High' team get. U. B. S. C: ; lUcewey Parks "Test Track.,y..A."-Repert ft,
    as THE nntaus*.... smoahaaaIusna
    I (dewlston'.. 2,. f I
    MODwunosf m ita wjovMnrr LY.eK/ High team pm..I"roIrtI..IS3.( 853

    High Individual set-Harry '

    wwiiin M noof,mx Was"WTWU.& '" *"....soiree wiraiu me.w i *MAa.ILSON'S Vaughn 593; .
    .. High individual came Roy 9 OUT OF 10 TESTS OF SHOWROOM CARS-
    Martin. 294. Abner H. Vann
    900 Seta-Sidney Smith 544; -
    '. John Hill SOS.: John Pelham vs C

    S18, Clarence) Throop, 518; Marry ,Ph. ( il Wins Acceleration, Handling, ,Braking,
    Vaughn, 583.: Roy Martin.

    501; Curvla Martin, 50S; Bill YU.2-5911 I Ir. Gas Economy-"thlngs youbuy.a car for." .

    Sage 545 _
    akeriteJelly 3Lb.can S9t 200 Game-Wilbur M\\ cey. ,r.... ....... ur."'- sae.c"e -...ay also costs' leastt and carries a
    ,..... fir. __ -. Plymouth tf ,.)'
    202; Harry Vauhn, 222; Roy .....AoOI-. ...... .
    : Martin 234. j_.c, the only 5-year/50,000-mlle warranty. J''I : I'

    Izz .

    :Before you buy '
    ", DEL MONTE !

    pple ..-20(}=01.29, Catsup ____ n 2 f for 39* Jf-wheel I drive. .

    CITY PAlliNG Co-ITO..ARK ?
    CHEVROLET.............fe4R. CHEVROLT..2:31.7..
    02Zjrape WEBBS fORD..................202 ft. FORD,2:36lImin4u : .

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    Page Slx THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla, Cuing; to pay farmer to play statistics, however, but the fascinating survives in unpublished family
    Thursday, February 13, 1964DOYUtOfNNER around with sm:ill-scale operations story of how agricultural Hendry sales tax records; "Rags of Glory". by
    When have
    as time goes on. Vlume prpgress shapes an active Stuart doete. a major novel you something to ship)
    his." production will be needed to and rewarding; way of life for about the Boer War; "The Bosnian
    ( Since he started this policy compensate for easIng prices so many people in this North shows big gainSales Chronicle", by Ive An- Remember REA Express YU 2-2141
    he said he' never had anyone and rising! costs. Florida county that makes the dric, which centers on the pro Pick and
    ( leave his farm feeling that he I e e new booklet worthwhile read- tax collections in Hen- fessional and domestic life of a up Delivery Servict.,

    hadn't received his money's I was very much Impressedby In,. dry county for January, 1964, French Consul during the yearsup
    I .ltl worth. Most visitors would rather a new booklet just off the reflecting December retail until the defeat of Napoleon,
    H t
    pay a fee, he believes, than press which tells "The Story of sales, was 30 percent better "The Seed and the Sewer", by
    feel they are Imposing on one's Suwannce County," Youth books at than the same month of the Laurens Van Der Post, a story
    COMMISSIONER time It appealed; to mi because It's depleting the sharp clash, of
    FLORIDA DEPARTMENT( OF AGRICULTURE Is Florida going to make serious the story of agriculture; in one public librarySixteen made previous by year J. Ed Straughn report, director men at war; "How Awful About oil 844-1355

    Some ot our progressive Florida inroads on Georgia's peach of our state's most interesting. of the Florida Revenue Allan", a completely believable flee VI ,
    farmers who are trying out growing Industry subdivisions. As a highly professional now books for young Commission who lists $32,141 tale about man tormented by .. 8 268}
    new Ideas and developing new Probably cot right away Butit piece of promotional people have recently been 19 received In the current his own anxieties, and '"The
    :' production methods will be Interested Is estimated we already have literature I believe it will attract placed on the shelves of the as for December, 1963 business Four Horsemen of the Apocaly
    In the experience of an some 8,000 acres planted t o widespread attention not public library according: to year pse", Blasco Ibanez's famous Thurmond W.
    and received
    Illinois swine raiser who discovered peaches In our state and !It Is only In Florida, but In other Mrs. Alice W Ford the librarian ; as tale of'war and bloodshed Knight
    in the month
    I he had a ,problem ac- possible this could be boosted !In states throughout: the nation. Seven of them are Intended same a year
    Non fiction titles added recently -
    n' comodating people who wantedto a few years tj around 2 million A personal presentation to for children In the first six earlier Mall Or- "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"
    While a portion of the Increase -
    see his operation.He acres Secretary of Agriculture Free- grades, and nine are for young
    found visitors were takingup Farm Journal notes "this man and members of his staff people. through Junior High was due to broadeningof der Shopping Culdby Elizabeth Thurmond Knight.; Realty Inc. OllVlCR,
    the said "We what to buy and -
    tax Squire on
    so much of his time taking would mean fresh peaches al- engaged !In certain phases of School.In Straughn Box DM>% Riviera llrarkW 2010 Ayenu I
    them on tours of his farm that most a month ahead of the agricultural and area development the Junior Fiction category had anticipated a substantialupsure. where to buy it; "A Hundred\ ..t ruin BMh, rl.rld. Riviera Beaci
    Years War 1850-1950", by'
    but not this great"
    he started charging them for the Georgia crop." activities has been ,arranged are "Daughter of the ;
    privilege of learning. In the meantime big Increases for this! week (February Mountains", by Louise Rankin The slate's Increase was 23 Cyril Falls a concise accountof
    . how and has in-
    As reported in the February in citrus plantings are taking 13)) by a delegation from the story of a girl from India's percentAn why war
    Issue of National Farmer in South Florida lands Suwannee off hand analysis. and creased efficiency and' nas-
    the Hog place on : county. mountains and her Journey
    his fee Is $10 an hour with previously considered to be Ta produce a publication like alone to the steaming sea coastof field reports show the increase tines; and "The Hormones inHuman
    a minimum of 110, and tours are marginal, or unsuitable for such this, with 68 pages profusely that country; "Shoo-Fly was due to a booming Christ- Reproduction", by The demand
    by appointment only. He does development As the citrus belt Illustrated and an attractivecover Girl", by Lois Lenskl a storyof mas business\ and early Influxof George W. Corner a book with ,f for fat

    not charge educational groups, moves southward seeking freeze- In full color Is no small life in an Amish village in winter visitors the director a self-explanatory title.
    such as tours arranged by universities ,proof acres, growers are lookIng task. Also Iff fairly costly. America; "Roosevelt Grady", laid. Florida sales tax collections The library is located on the M and stocker
    ,; 4H and FFA, neigh- for new crops with favorable But a lot of Suwannee people by Louisa Shotwell which ,depicts for the month totaled second floor of the Nickell
    bors or close friends, but he profit prospects such as peaches pitched In to make it possible- the life of a migrant $23,541306, the highest in the Building, and Is open every f cattle is heavy
    does charge Individuals "who to utilize former citrus County Agent Paul Crews and worker; "The Mud Ponies", by history of the tax. Monday, Wednesday, and Fri- ,
    can profit from my experience; acres. his staff who are responsiblefor Lace Kendall, a story based on day, from 7:00: to 900; P.M., LI.4e.tea Buy only the
    In hog production" Five years from now, becauseof the content, and the Board of a Pawnee Indian myth; "The and every Tuesday Thursday ,
    As he explains It, "When Individuals projected national (and state) County Commissioners, of which World of the Pharaohs", by Get handwork and Saturday from 2:30: to 5:30: cattle you
    come and want Individual 'population growth, it Is estimated Laure B Roberson Is chairman Hans Bauman dealing with PM want
    treatment I charge them U. S. per capita of fruit will .plus some of the business and
    of treasures sealedin
    the finding
    because I have nothing else to be about 10 ,per cent above the financial leaders The Commission ready for Fair
    the Egyptian pyramids;
    '. sell but my time and ideas." current level. However U. S. and businessmen took care "Gay Neck", by Dhan Copal Boys in Service *
    He does not sell any plans nor Department of Agriculture economists of financing the project.
    Mukcrje, the odyssey of a pig- Hendry county residents with
    purebred stock. "It. visitorcan't are looking for prices to Suwannee ranks high -Sales
    'j amongour Every Monday
    eon born !In Calcutta; and nimble fingers are casting a at 1:00 P.M.
    pick up enough ideas to average about 10 per cent lower. Florida counties in Its
    ; :Fu of the Upper Yang critical at the products of
    "Young eye
    .1 the fee," he "then Such .
    Justify adds a prospect seems to con- variety and volume of ,rlcul-
    tze" Elizabeth Foreman their hours the
    he's wasting both my time and firm predictions that it' isn't tu ral production. It's not themm by spare during .
    ,il Lewis a portrayal of young past year searching for ar- *
    people In China for American ticles to exhibit In the Hendry
    ,J readers.In County Fair February 2429.
    >I the Youth Fiction group Mrs. Folly McLendon chairman
    I I are "Men of Iron", by Howard of the Homemaking Exhibit GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN.Phone
    Pyle, a story of days of chiv- said indications point to .
    alry in England; "It's Like a banner year for this portionof
    11e This Cat", by Emily Neville, the Fair. WY 6-3028 Belie Glade, pts
    the story of a boy's journey toward Adult classes In arts and
    adulthood; "Otto of the crafts have been conducted In
    Silver Hand" the story of a LaBelle and In Clewiston and
    boy who grew up In a monastery these have stimulated the interest -
    ; "The Bearcat", by Anna In such skills. It is ex
    bel Johnson dealing with a pected that the exhibit may be
    desperate explosive period of larger than last year. ATTENTION !

    American history; "Honestly No articles which were previously
    Katie John", by Mary Calhoun, exhibited will be accepted Farmers, Cane Growers and Ranchers
    an excellent story for girls for exhibit again said Mrs.
    ,about the everyday adventuresof McLendon PAHR1S ISLAND S. C. (FH LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
    a child who has moved Into TWO)-Marine Private John G.
    Classifications for the judging WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
    Owens of
    a new home in a new community son Mr. and Mrs
    will be arranged to assure Thomas B. Owens of 328 West
    ; "Roller Skates", by Ryth
    every entry will have a
    Sawyer a delightful Avenue, Clewiston. is
    A Low
    story of proper category In the competition. Coat Farm Mortgage
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    s Joke", by Farley Mowat, a training February 11 at the Will Furnia Cask leKeflnanee
    rousing sea story; "Wilderness No deadline has yet been set Marine Corps Recruit Depot debts.
    Bride" for entering articles but Mrs. Parris Island, S. C.
    by Annabel
    Johnson, McLendon Finance farm Imprevemeits, mew l bafUlafi, tekate ..
    it will be
    the story of a fifteen year old help The training Includes drill wind. machines and Install Irrlfatha.
    ful if
    resident will let her
    ; Mormon girl who could shoot know what articles bayonet training, physical conditioning Assist .ta purchase ef a farm, grtvi tr rand
    better than she could cook; and they planto parades and ceremonies Purchase mere land.
    .'. "Twenty, Thousand: Leagues Under exhibitNew and other military sub rreTlda capital funds fey the farm enterprise.
    the Sea", by Jules Verne; r jects.: Three weeks are spent on' ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN ,
    IIIMEDIUMPRICE 1I one of the first science. fiction books in rifle range firing the Mlt'rtc.. HAS ALL THESE: ADVANTAGES
    stories about the adventures of and other Infantry weapons
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    Captain Nemo.and his submarine public librarySeveral Recruit training prepares the t. Linger terms tap to It yean).
    I COMPETITION I Marines for further specialized S. Dependable service (serving agricaltare eiduMr
    I !
    The library is located on the new books for adults training !in a, service school or sine IUJ).
    second floor of the Nickell have been added to the library with a unit of the Fleet Marine t. Fun prepayment: privllegt wMheot enaKr.;
    Building, and is open every recently, reports Mrs. Alice W. F rc.. They will report to Camp (. Lean serviceby Meal people familiar with heal Mal!
    s Monday Wednesday and Friday Ford the librarian among Lejeune. N. C.. for combat in- eiltare. ,
    O4l\ artiaNtK from 7-00 to >:00 PM., them a couple in fantry training.Sugarland, If
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    TIIIJ I Clewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pace SevenHarlem But this Is my town my home
    ":: Thursday, February IS, 1964 town, my mother lived In this

    ADS (, town, the worked, lived and I
    BHRhL; died in this town. I often won-
    NewsNews der about my town.It .

    seems funny but people
    SSIFIED RATES: Four ( forget you so lOOn. I don't mind
    Insertion. 70i wife of but when you are sick, at times
    word Our Colored
    per :
    , \ CommunityMRS.
    per r FOR SALE Parakeets, $2.00 ; you wonder about town.
    charge; tour loom HUN your
    for the price of three. up Mynah birds, African lovebirds el/b/ JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor I wonder If I will be missed,
    monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet REDI ; will they have need of me. Yes
    PHONE YUkon 3-1201 boarding Thompson Wild Phone YU 3-7851 I wonder, If I need to, can I
    \ Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- call my town.DORATin' .
    nons whose names spr i 1236. tI CBBON MRS. T. J. SANDERS' Brown; resolution, Mri. Alma
    ,, In the classified ads :11 *'* Praklenl of Glad, Choir Union George; solo, Mrs. Thelma
    ,r pick HP two pane to l FOR SALE-Upright piano, a She also serves as presidentof Ziegler; acknowledgement of MAE WOODARD
    . DUle CrjiUl Theatre. bargain. Holdrldge Music Co. !: number two choir of New condolences, Mrs. Mattie L.
    npllmenU el the Newt YU 24781. Febaoo, DORIS' Bethel A. M. E. Church, sec Hilton; special ceremony Lily
    Passe must be I I S'/S ; retary of the Band Parent's White Lodge; favorite song,
    I led Theatre.for before Wednet- I ; MEN RENT a new piano, $8.00 per WOMB! Club, member of Eastern Star "How Great Thou Art," choir;
    month on rental purchase TIQN, Chapter 29B, advisor of the
    obituary Mrs. Ather Mathis;
    " WE manage and plan. Holdridg Music Co. Phone Brownie Troop and teacher of hymn, 481; eulogy Rev. L i
    Route YU 2-4781 Feb20e TO ON second grade, Harlem Acade- Holmes; viewing of remains; I.

    : ( consider REGISTERED CITRUS TREES BOf.ld my. She possesses an excellent recession.She .
    old..) Earn FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. Laet leadership ability, showing her leaves to mourn her pass. r J e
    from the M. Tomlinson, One, Fla. Phone P turn 1 willingness 'to follow as she tog a devoted husband. Mr. 4
    personal RE 5-2786. tic a leads. Lee Kelley, one son, Vernon
    IF home, write SHELL Her knowledge of the social Kelley, one brother, Joe Larkin -

    r 0. Box 627, abov.' -. religious and educational needs Jr., four nieces seven
    +ol'G Maid a of children extends Into her nephews, one aunt, four grandnieces
    r 4 ai '. miscellaneous WantedHOUSE described home. She Is the mother of three sixteen grand nephewsand
    for Jt children and the talented wife of a host of relatives and
    i (,ton, Jimmie a Sanders Her first friends.!
    tlSTATtfORSAtEREAL t Street WANTED Furnished" Plat he task as president of the Glades Burial was In Washington
    north side, couple, no children. Official Choir Union, was to supervisethe Memorial Cemetery, Clewlston.
    ESTATE Until May 1. Write Box ABC County. ; proceedings of the third an Reddlck Funeral Home was In r ,
    1ISIDE borne or invest Very Clewlston News, Box 1236. lip and with that the nlversary that was held Sun charge of arrangements.

    t property priced consld- styled f: day. February S, 1964, at New
    : ;
    other I =;
    under market and to Bethel A. M. E. Church at 2 Senior Chapel PresentedBy !
    HSIDE-3 bedroom frame. on p.m. The fallowing program was Gwendolyn Patrick: (
    e oil Through the combined efforts
    bedroom Sloth of the senior class of Harlem AMiss
    HSIDE- frame
    "Iorlda Academy, fantastic game en. Dorathy Mae Woodard,
    0.AGE at available. 1 on Shell.Hb: ; : titled "The Negro Is" was produced a native of Clewlaton, the
    March, and at recent daughter of Mrs Almetta Os
    ; presented a
    NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 ED 7 .
    ES. .
    frame borne. Hardwood 25 H.P, be o tak.n a chapel program in the high bourne and Columbus Woodard.She .
    lief ,- school's gymnatorlum. Is among the high ranks
    In starter' re DONE ,w + The participants were high In the U. S. Navy, where she
    :1A HOMES in Broward.i first $450 LaBelle. school members and has received three stripes anda
    2-5801 thli 11th faculty two
    Beach and Dade cows Ehrllch -I I I i representatives each of their cold war medal and is presently

    arious sizes and prices. Itc Byi. Olney home room classes.: The objectof stationed In Washington,

    cash paymenttENT bath room ALL MAKES 21" USED TV <8e"l) r the game was to guess the D. C. During the past holiday
    Efficiencies and SLIP condition. SETS. Guaranteed 19.95 CN 491 March name of the leading Negro in season, :Miss Woodard was the

    el ai available tom and com- down. $14.04 per month. LAKE the 20th century after being glv. house guest of her grandmoth
    1,000 vacant Iota to select lie APPLIANCE CO. YU 27151. Uc IN '' en a clue. er, Mrs. Doretha Hill and her
    'or an purposes. Various -- COURT Since! the seniors felt it their great aunt and uncle Mr. and
    Termi. Free piano. Will duty to expose their tremendous Mrs. Leroy Williams In ClewU-

    ,TMENT AND INCOME Van party IN RE acting abilities, they presented ton. She enjoyed a very pleasant
    PERTY. and : monthly comedy commercials during the vacation with former classmates

    (10NTHLY RENTAL. Re- FOR Mao- show William Darling and N. and friends. The citizensof
    CBS construction, $25,000. West Palm 7irY OERVIS All J. Pope did a splendid Job of Harlem are proud to know
    TERM, low Interest. : be seen at are portraying "Do Blondes Have that this young lady has had
    , cane, grove and ranch W. Ave. to which file More Fun Than Others. Willie tremendous success in her field
    get, minimum $50,000. News: Itc IN AND THE FOR CIRCUIT HENDRY COURT IN said. .. Pope and Shears Weekly did a and pray that her life will be
    ,ISTINGS NEEDED piano re FLOIUDA.COOUNTT. I'l..Jur a tribute to the union and the commercial entitled "MommleI an Inspiration to others.Obituary .

    I. M. LANKFORD $595. Hold. ROBERT CHANCERY 0. HUSSELU NO. Lallnlle, community Devotion.! Can't Breathe." A news bulletin .

    -. Real Estate Broker ers Plaintiff, endar tha flat Welcome Mr. John came on In which the first The many friends of Mrs.
    24781.Feb20e N. Hill
    : ::: lady president (Gwendolyn Pat.
    notice. .
    :ast Sugarland Highway IRMA TAYLOR RUBS&LUr must be Realtor"F I Solo, Muter Clyde Blackmon. Mildred (Day) Williams, for
    rick) her
    gave own numerousverilon
    Bond ndftDt
    e, Auto and General Spinet NOTICE TO DEFEND* .tat* the Occasion, Mrs. G. D. Rogers. of I Constitutional Cre- merly of Clewtston, but at present
    Insuranceon Phone Music TO Irma Taylor Rural ant poet and office Solo, Miss C. M. Horton ation. Alzora Williams and residing In New York, regret

    Fla. Ph. YU 2-att CO : I Feb20c You address... hereby unknown.notified that a claimant, History, Mrs. T. J. Senders Katie :Mitchell did a commercial very much to hear of the
    suit for divorce ha bun torney or death of her Jack Me
    filedacalni acrordlnf I : Selection, The Forelgnarles.! brother. :
    W. E. Davidson concerned with keeping up
    you by Robert O. Ruimll
    1 Wil-
    pacagel la the above court You art re* quire A and B selections from the with your husband Next .Klnley of Fahokee. Mrs.
    TO GREATER THAN 5'' scratch: quired to file your aniwar with lleata. choirs that are members of the lams and two at her children
    tog Gwendolyn Patrick President
    the Clark of the Court and to F'brui ,
    : for houses, acreage, service ] Place a ..". a copy thereof upon H. P. */ union namelyt! St John Baptist presented her state of the Union accompanied by other members
    sea. We have customersList : room of J e h n .o n, Clewlaton, Florida.,. of .. Lake Harbor; First Baptist Address of the family cams down forth
    The Plaintiff'* attorney on or befora. /./ Carlo Moore Haven New Bethel funeral services that were
    . ; Bap.ti.t
    : property with March
    your Phone I aped; otharwlea, this ao- : Other commercials were pre
    E. Beardsley. Ph. YU :: tf lion will I \ proceed; as parta.aald : Clewtaton.Attorney ; ) Raptiat tented at regular Intervals during held Friday, Feb. T. 1964 at
    > : : Wltn... my hand and peal ot CN: / :, ClewlstoIet 'IZ.00. o'clock at V 'the Shlloh
    tic the The flrogramt
    Court In LaB.II.. Florida, program.
    ibis 14th day of January t.l'k March Baptist Radarvllle; Mt Olive based upon two of the molepopular Baptist Church Pahokee, Rev.
    YLE-House, 36'x38', SOt Clerk'a/DOROTHY Baptist, LAke Harbor; BethelA. TV of A: L. Jordan pastor officiate i
    ( Clark
    8..1) Circuit programs guesslog
    inldai Feb27p YOUR Cosrt NOTICE BON M. E.< Moore Haven; Mt. lag Rev. O. D. Williams!de- 5
    games was a great success,
    will CN 41 -Jan. 10; Calvary South Bay FriendshipBapti.t livered the eulogy. Flower attendants
    Fab. '. II. 10 S.... The regular game ended In a
    What -Lote Ben Bow; .New BethelA. tie among the eighth, tenth and were members of the
    do you NOTICE FOR BIDS Chapter M. E., South Bay and New eleventh grades. A bonus question Beautician's League- Friends
    results.Realtor"r Th. Moore Haven Mathodtet entitled Unclaimed Bethel A. M. E., Clewlston. was offered to which the of Clewtaton shared their sympathy -
    Church offer for..al. the Old Remarks with the family In the
    Church Bulldln. Healed bid will li hereby tenth grade answered thus glv*
    be accepted, until March S, 114 III1t.eI Benediction, Rev. L. Holmes jag them the necessary points loss of their loved one. There
    owner of
    3 The Church reaervea the right I host pastor were friends from Clewlston
    to reject any and all bid. Intangible to win. Members of the winning'
    ab.ndone4. the audience'at the funeraL
    The among
    ucceaeful completely bidder the mint church amen. Account ObituarY team were Carolyn Pope and

    \ Hwy bulldlnc within 10 day of notice I Apparent Funeral l services for the late Garfield Williams. Mrs. M.
    O. Rot
    -- -
    of acceptance.Board of Truitee Mildred Jane Kelley were EJack served as tenth grade HOSPITAL NOTES
    - Flr.t Methodlat Church amount .or conducted Sunday afternoon at consultant.. A tasty prize was Patients admitted<>rte Askew

    CN 41*-Moor Feb. II.Haven 80, IT.Florida U" dress Property of :00 o'clock, Feb. 9, 1964 at given the winners. Freddie Lee Weston, Bertha

    FOR RENT Can YU an lamed Intereit by Bethel A. M. E. Church. Harlem Academy School Notes Crenshaw, Pinkson Butler
    us- addreielnir deceased was a native of Thursday morning the handwriting Flelx Blake, Sylvia Williams
    I Green mlnlitrator. Madison, Fla., and came to specialist, Mrs. Cert- Sylvester Best Marie Mosley,
    ENT-Furnlshed cabins [ \ I I rxvlilnn: ., In 1923. The order rude ShiCfner from the Zaner Mary Frances Addcrly Mary
    alien. Johnson Fishing Directory count Florida. He : { : service follows: Bloxer Company of Columbus, Jane P e are e. Henderson

    W 2-1181. tfa a* Procession: choir; hymn, Ohio visited Harlem Academyand Rhodes, Joseph Thomas Moses
    EARN ; prayer; selection choir; lectured to the elementary Reynolds Floyd Henry Robert
    NT-2 and 3 room fur. SEE US FORBOTTLED Scripture, Job 14th< Chapter; teachers on how to teach writ- Morris, Dorothy Brown.

    apartment Phone JUc train GAS a Neighbor, Deacon Ben ing. She explained and showed, Patients remaining Ivan

    enced. some of the newer techniques Powell, Moses Reynolds, Orte

    :-NT-Trailers and Trances 2766, p.m. AppliancesSalesService In teaching writing Askew Pinkson Butler, Floyd
    proof of ownership I. pr.- Henry Henderson Rhodes, Robert I
    Royal Palm Trailer : .te to the holder by April 15. Mrs. Shaffner reminded the
    bone YU 2-2603. tfetE CAR the property will b. dally..red teachers that good handwriting Morris. Felix Blake, Sylvester
    to the Admlnletrator. There Best, Edwin Anderson, Joseph
    the student
    POWER GASCORPORATION .., all further claim. meet ba enables to produce
    OR RENT-New du"wo Stand. RAThS AdmlnUtrator. neater and better work thus Thomas. Dorothy Brown
    [ bedroom and three ) A.. OHEEN.Administrator. making higher grades In all Mary Adderly, Hattie Dand-
    ', Carport Location: fll-F.b. 11-10, 1914 school subjects. In later yearsIt ridge, Sylvia Williams, Mary
    ,t. between Corona and HELP i CALL COLLECT Consider will command respect: and Bell Williams
    Sts. Call collect Lee rrule Clewistoa South Bay WY 8-8521 before \ : SOUTH FLORIDA CONSER. confidence and enable one to
    8444351.: Lake 1. VANCY DISTRICT Be successful To the
    Park a week $. be NOTICE!: OK 1.ANI1OWNERS'MEETING more Hilton'
    tip dittoes, BENDKY COUNTY teacher it Is an Invaluable asset
    Nolle I I. h.r.by given that In
    Call .... Each teacher was given I kit Groceries Fresh Meats
    :NT< Sleeping Title & Abstract Co. not with the provlilon' t
    room 2081 or I. it Chapter 10471, Laws of Florl.' for guiding growth In handwriting. VegetablesCold
    Ivate entrance and pri- C1ewI Title Abntraeta-Title Insurance i 4. have .. Act of 1041, a muting of the Drinks Essential Items
    i. YU 2-6621. ito Fablle Stenographer work. orlda nera of Conaervancy land within District Boulh We Appreciate Your
    term Photocopying Daplleatlnr I ba held on Tueiday March Reqneet Patronage
    ales, Bridge 8k and rark A.e.LaBeUe. To sell 1944. at 11.00: o'clock A. M.. A request for this poem Mr. and Mrs. Thanton Hilton
    "a. p. O. Box ttt and for the offlc of the mid DUtrlot, .
    REAL th* City of Halle wade, County written by the late Mrs. Mil Proprietors
    Oltaltlffl market
    Palm, Beach, Mate of Florida I dred Jane Kelley has been
    Bank look: for the purpose of electing one
    S< Special Realtor >ervl>od for South Florida made by many of our Harlem
    FRANK EVINRUDE Only a three....... ,.*.r.Dldrlet, and ,electing for a t..m on. citizens who did not keep a Harlem ClubYour
    of the Issue
    a ervlior for Houth Florida copy previous :
    t In real .. Dlitrlct for a term THIS IS MY TOWN Favorite Mixed Drink
    til E. El may one y..r to fill the unoxplred Cocktails
    There to
    Sale neighbor
    ServiceNew goes my
    s7A1E Bofldbig of the term of a Huper. Fried Chicken Sandwiches
    Oew tea. Ha. who h.. reala-ned, and until the store, here comes the mailman Recorded Music
    . and Used MelonMarine ,appointed*uce.uora and in all hall be aleoted have there goes a little boy Popular Bands
    fry profitable Grocery business Hardware .", and for the purpose at I wonder who he Is. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wallace
    lantown, Fla. Building, land, : .: uch other buelne
    i to price.: This is a clean Farts and Accessories may com befor* .. &e It Is noon now. There goes Proprietors
    ar. Marine Safety Equipment ",t Wm. JLFP-KIKH, Nary my neighbor, home for lunch.I .
    South Florida
    ConaorvancjrDlitrlct. wonder will she wash today.
    tree none TCko S-52U
    apartments one cottage, CN 41T-Feb. 11-10, 1114. There Is my other .neighbor. JULIA'S
    PPortunity in
    ' Belle Glade.wobedroom R. E. WALDRONFor He Is home for lunch. BEAUTY NOOKFor
    house on north side I wonder do they ever think
    I too. Corner Jot $7,300. small Green Turtle Cay Abaco of me, I am always thinkingof That New Look
    ' ,
    > them. Tiatlflf Styling CvtUag
    UT Park* With new 3 bedroom prompt Efficient
    " M aU Improved. $500.00 per Home delivery Bahamas It seems strange to think I Ne Appointments.
    'rnu. With ..... Friday sad Saturday
    Cloned small down payment OF THE MIAMI HERALD live next door to them and we
    property In Harlem / : worlds Mrs. Julia Sales Proprietor
    seem apart
    . bChu1ld1 4.000 a- ft Suitable IU Acres over 600' of sparkling sand beach on this story
    Terms. 1-1121 Call Bobby Gidc-n book island 150 miles east of West Palm Beach.

    !00') !! Gull .fronU OD SanibeL TV s-im Lovely Island home with apartment completely self-
    beach. Shelling etc. This contained. Diesel generator.' Fresh water. S piers. Natural
    foliage. Pool, etc:. A real buy at 160,000. ELITE GROCERY
    lots Tampa Tribune For details caUFrank /
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    'or any of these extra special News Press .. Betblered Broker g Cold Drinks Clewiston News f

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    Page Eight Thursday THE CLEWLSTON February NEWS 13, 1984 CleWlatoo, I'Ia.i' Enter US Armyas Boys in Service Game board set

    I .J .,, _
    l "buddies" rules in April

    Both men and money are saved t o ,k..f.a Psnk.tyfdd!1 obert TALLAHASSEE

    I dd6l.a E. Kchoe enll'fE lit fru, s. 19645 hunting 410ulatteru t"t.n: : ,

    r Army( under "buddies" system, wW be a::; ,
    three in ; ::
    parole supervision old! d;
    :: areaThe and will train together through ling lryQrtie) "). ''W'11III
    will co '
    end both
    basic training, hJ/S 1,
    majority of probationersand pillion to the annual cost of enter the Army administrationfield cordi I loin .nnounclll Y
    parolees In Southwest Florida $1.241 to keep a man Incarcerated according to recruiter, A. D."'Aldrich. mrecerI{ I t.

    are assuming active worthwhile for a year This has produced Sgt.. 1/c Donald Sandstedt. and Fresh Wate, oI'lb;;
    roles In their communitiesand an annual saving to the
    are paying their own way taxpayers of $208.843 for the per. Tokleda, 21, Is the son of lion.The

    ays a report of John W. Mad sons supervised by the Fort Mrs. Anna Toklede and the annual regulation ...
    ", den, district supervisor of the Myers office where the average late Albert Y. Tokleda. He leg has been advanced ,
    Florida Probation and Parole monthly caseload was 189 during graduated from Gewlston High ..Yi in order to provic toit\
    Commission. Madden said even the year 1963. School and has attended the tim n,b
    printing of the
    e after the removal of one county Warrants were Issued for IS Citadel Charleston S C., for reiUlatiCIII.
    (Charlotte) from the district In probationers and 14 parolees two years. The change in dales
    June the workload of the Fort under the supervision of the Kehoe;; 20 Is the son of Mr. regulations meeting i(!
    Myers office Is greater than it Fort Myers office during the and Mrs Michael F. Kehoe, at a regular business wai _

    was the previous year. year, and four of these were for 428 E. Pasadena Ave. He is a the Commission\ CaW meeylf
    A new office has been authorized technical violations; such as failure : d t graduate of Clewiston High January 24. The

    and will be opened soon to make monthly reports, or School and attended the University meeting will follow telUlsliII.
    in Moore Haven where a staff to. support dependents etc. 1eIa.
    of Miami and University public meetings that
    of two will handle cases in In addition to supervising the will rile,
    of Florida. throughout the
    Hcndry and Glades counties under parolees and probationers the GOODFELtOW AFB, Tex. state dsIm b
    the supervision of the district Fort Myers office completed( Sgt Sandstedt says the boys Staff Sgt Ronald S. Hughes month of March The jt\

    office which remains in 373 investigations during the will train side-by-aide at Fort cf Ckwiston, Fla. has arrived meetings are conducted __
    Fort Myers. year; 89 were pre-sentence investigations Jackson, S. C., before entering here for duty following a tour of Jy to obtain the op_ <.<
    There were 102 parolees and and 24 were post specialized training. Since both service in Alaska sportsmen in regard !to holy.
    rye of the youths' gjarantees read and fishing rules and
    112 probationers under supervision sentence investigations; as a result npc
    during the year with combined of these investigations 74 "Army administration' the Sergeant Hughes, an Intelligence ttons. Dates and location,,
    monthly earnings of approximately persons were placed on probation chances of continued buddy specialist, has been assigned be announced at a later dna

    JJ8.750. said the report and :34 were released on training are good, he said. to the 6948th School
    214 were parole; 186 other investigations Squadron. He is the son of Mr.
    These persons SCOUTING D A FAMILY AFFAIR with the Lys Bar-
    In the administrative field,
    such for other states and other Order of and Mrs. Ernest T. Hughes of
    308 dependents. as Sugarland
    supporting PhannaqPIZZA
    arrow of Clewfaten. of
    bee Barttrn b Scoutmaster Trop CM; Ills the new soldiers 'will learn to ,
    814 S. Clewiston.The .
    estimated annual state agencies were com-
    Of their wife b Des Melller" Des 7: the older son. Rudy, .b a 8ea! manage the personnel system of
    of $465,000: approximately pleted by the office. sergeant, a gradute of
    earnings lor Scoot, and the Philip .b Cub Be..&. b
    younger a Lady a the Army finance records, general -
    estimated Largo (Fla) High School entered
    $410,000 was There has been an increaseduse four ScoutsThe
    spent In general living expenses of investigations! and probation taps Star Scat aid member of the Order of the Arrow, and rhfl- correspondence, and other the Air Force in January
    lip 8. .b Bobeat.-8TAFr PHOTO. similar related tasks. Their
    to. a 19SS
    $11,000 in support payments by county courts in the YU
    coveted honor of 2.3311
    membership training will fit them for top
    dependents of divorced or separated treatment of misdemeanor cases
    in the Order of the Arrow
    persons, $1,700 In court: and It is felt this will prove a Everett Dirksen. was voted USAFCap communications are Civilian Jobs when they leave
    fines, and 13,132 in restitution, definite advantage to the communities came to four Qewlston Boy down-47 b 44 following Intensive checked for use In national and the service.
    and there was $336 monthly reduction through early diagnosis Scouts Wednesday evening at debate. local emergencies. On active. Sergeant Sandstedt, whose HEARING AID CLINICFree
    welfare to. a "Tap-Out Ceremony" conducted office is at Room 2, Cilmer
    : in payments and treatment of some criminal Holland who was staunch duty were Lt James Walker
    dependents of persons in jail or offenders before they advance by the Glades Chapter of advocate of the four a cent and A/lc Annie Walker. Standby Building Fort Myers, visits Audiometric Test ft Hearing Evaluation
    result of their release. the order David McCarthy and dewiston on the fourth Tuesday
    prison as to more serious crime. credit provision when its wis members were Capt. William Thursday, Feb.' 13
    Mr. Madden points out that The facts and Cesar Martinez. Troop 600, and of each month. His tele-
    figures in the originally adopted in 19S4. aId Doane and Lt. Rose Doane. (and the second Jhujwday of each month)
    these statements show the contribution released Ellis Clark and Sarnie Bryan, phone in Fort Myers is EDison
    report are being to the
    "I deeply regret that we lost All four members hold a CAP If A.M4 P.M.
    Troop 6E, were tapped In the
    made the 7-0051.
    being by probationers community so it may have a
    Radio Proficiency Card
    this battle for it will adversely a requirement -
    colorful based Indian BAKER'SSCGARLAND
    and parolees to. the clearer understanding as to ceremony on
    to In this
    affect Floridians of mod participate
    economic life of the area; be what has, and will be done In lore. many mission. PHASMACYCtewbtoa
    added that 36 of these persons the area by the local, county As flouts of the two troops est means whose incomes are" Public Notice
    derived from stock dividends.
    own or are buying their own and state officers, Judges and formed a circle members of the Conducted by
    homes; 1144 own or are buying probation supervisors to curb selected members of the Orderof Had it passed, the Morton- OBITUARIES INVITATION TO BIDDERS ARTHUR I. WHTTESIOE and ROBERT L. KEMP
    Authorized dealers for Motorola-Dahlberg
    a car. the current crime rate and what Arrow marched among them Dirksen measure would have The City Commlaalon of the Hearing Aid
    The report continues, "During degree of success that has been Marlin Felsing cf Belle Glade, provided that the tax bill retain City._1.4 of.bid Clewlaton up to will S::11 rec.lv E.8T. 2200 Bay St, Ft Myers Fla.
    the calendar year 1963, approximately attained. It Is also hoped thatit in ceremonial Indian headdress the four per cent credit, though C. FRANK HAULS 8R. jr.bruary 14, UU on the. follow.
    $11,000 was disbursed by will bring home to the citizens tapped the selected members. placing a $300 limit upon the Inlt' automotive equipment at
    the Florida Probation and Parole of this area that the greater Assisting in the ceremony amount of the credit that could Graveslde funeral services .which ad read tin aloud they will .b. opened

    Commission to finance the percentage of persons under Victor Riedell of Belle be used as a. tax offset were held Monday morning at
    was On. U> 1914 Model Truck C band
    operation of the Fort Myers of- -supervision are assuming active Glade. Ridgelawn Cemetery for Cbaaila, w/dump-bed..
    fice. On a statewide basis, it worthwhile roles in the community Charles Frank Harris, Sr.. 58.
    costs $13688 to supervise! one and are paying their own To tht thrilling Tap-Out cere- CAP squadron who passed away Saturday Minimum Rqulrmnt: JOLLY ROGERRESORT

    individual for a year In com way concludes the report mony was added a demonstration morning in a Belle Glade Hospital. f or S cyL Not le than 115
    of Indian lore. Glen Wolfeof H P.
    Hard faced full routine ".1....
    Belle old-time
    Glade wore an command Heavy duty oil bath air el...-
    .. Seminole costume and explainedits changes Harris Is wen known In the .r.
    GRANULATED ..,, use and significance.The 'Glades area, having spent most (peed tranamlaalon.Heavy .

    FINE-far outdoor ceremony, held There has been a> change of cf his 33 years with the U. S. Wheel duty.ban lf.clutch. '
    r command in the dewiiton Army Corps of Engineers in Cab to All 1*-_.".
    at the Scout Hut In the park, H. D. Rear Auxilllary Bplnl.Dot
    Bun M was attended by an Biy Scouts squadron Civil Air Patrol. this area. At the time of I... than Itllt I..... capacity .*
    Capt. Wm. IL Dane has re- his death he was serving as : pr aprlnc
    and Scouters. -
    Tire I 14 m 29 10 ply front U.S. 27 and Industrial Canal
    an insoector the ID t
    &::red as commander after five on project and dual .*.r.
    1 ,years s-rvlee' < In th.t cnoeclty near Pahokee. He had been a Truck to .b* painted dark (ran.
    kDISSOLVING Holland sought He was the founder of the local resident of Belle Glade for the Cuitom built flat dump:
    .... !L squadron He will continue In past two years, and prior to that It ft lone a I ft. wide.
    had lived 1/."> Diamond dick .(..moolhup. Clean Comfortable Boats
    to retain credit the -nniadm M e'ter.utfye of- in Moore Haven .) w/formed rub ralL
    fee, next !In commands> ,a .... ,h-be and Clewiston, All channel under itructur
    :: h' "i':rklng on various enjaesr croa Ilia on IV c.nt.r.,
    mlashn .
    c.-sena. tf Cab protector ./ "P..4.4 Motors
    tor Spesiard Holland, one of its 2nJ Lt.James F. Walker J_.. : prcjccts. metal window. Good a Gas Oil
    strong supporters exprea.eddeep has been appointed by local 8ld.-bo.rd H" tapered, wing.
    A native of Alabama, Harris pocket U Sack
    regret at the defeat of the members and approved by .Id*).
    was a 'member of the Belle Rear Apron Live Bait Tackle
    amendment which would have group commander to. succeed as Glade Methodist Church Bell 0...... directional,w/hole alfnala.for re-
    restored to the tax-reduction bill commander. He is also a char Claa. S Marlon 711A bolt or
    Glade Lodge No. 273. F&AM.
    under Senate debate the ter number aDd hat Las equal capacity.
    now ,
    who conducted services at thottemetel'1. Dump bed to b. mounted anil Free Boat Ramp
    four per cent stock dividend years service In the squadron.He Rev Win. Belaud. painted black.
    credit The amendment. Introduced has been e-ecut've: officer .
    One ((1)
    star of the Belle Glade Method \ Chevrolet model 1401
    by Senator Thruston and communications officer. In Hat .bd dump truck to .beaeceptad
    :st Church assisted in the
    Marten for himself and Senator addition! to commanding the services. a* part payment. Phone YU 3-1801
    louadrcn he will serve as mis- r..r.1 Tn Exemption furn-

    lien pilot Survivors include two sons I.hed.
    pL The squalron: staff for 1964. Charles F, Jr., of Atlanta and .ThCity Commission' reaerve
    Ike rl.-hI to .... For Information and Reservations
    is the low. ) or
    1 I apoclntrd; by LL Walker : Bob of FL Hood, Texas; one brat bid sod to reject any or ."
    Wm. H. Doane executive officer daugther, Mrs. Mary Louise Dlda
    ; Lt Rose Doan, intimation Robinson of Brunswick, Ga., c r. FLAIR
    & officer: M/Sgt Don Evans and a brother, Harmon Harrisof CN m_. "'Ii a 'ity"Haaag.r.: -

    : j"nence officer; A/lo Annie Atlanta.
    Walker, communications officer I -
    t91 ; M/Sgt Eula ONeal. ccrrdinator -
    of Civil Defense; A/Ie City docket

    : Jack Bart supply officer; Lt

    IJ This is the bottom of our. line. Wayne; A/3e Smith.Ada operations Harper, coordinator officer Judge Cases Carlos handled Dickey by Acting in ;court City We Are Going Out For Business. .

    (Tempest Spun Coup)
    of women M/Sgt
    J. ; last Wednesday Included Elmer
    ..1 George lithely safety officer. Tedder, public drunk 125; Barbara n Lc
    Other officers presently not assigned KUheeney. contributing to

    j are Lt Curtlss PuQen. delinquency of minor, free on
    Lt Wm. Johnson and A/2c bond pending sentencing; Mrs.

    George Landeras.The Mode R. Beck, careless driving -
    squadron proudly announces til or 2 days; Howard Sutton -
    .; the appointment of public drunk $25; Ronnie

    Father Clark Dorman as chap Hall public drunk. 2 days:
    ,I lain b the Clewiston squadron. Watch Billie, public drunk, a

    csvr-Mifc days; Clarence Burt speeding
    / S3 or 4 days: Robert Low, obstructing -
    .1.1"f Four members participated traffic $10 or 2 days;

    in the 12 hour USAF-origlnated Ernest Williams Jr.. speeding
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