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 20, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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27 4-lane breaking The Clewiston News :

"Dedicated to the advancement of Hendry County and America't Sweetest Town"
creates traffic hazardA

up; VOLUME 37 NUMBER cLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1984 Return Postage Guaranteed. See 145.3. P.M. Subscription 4.00 year

short strip of the new 4Ined aa George described appearedIn day morning Up to this time Teachers get '

US 27 Immediately! east the highway at the entranceto most of the damage has been '

c lewiston, ) is breaking! up un- Schmidt Horse Ranch; Oils confined Do the\ south lane in

l'' traffic, only a few months was barricaded and marked the Hendry county; portion of the 15 hour coursein 'Parade

tel Its opening, and protests with flambeaus over the weekend road; the new holes appearing opens

'If been sent by the Hendrynt and was repaired! Monday; yesterday were In the Palm

>\ Commissioner* and by repair crews have dug out some Beach county portion fax the creative art :

veral civic organizations\ ask- marl base and dumped loads of north lane.

L that the strip be liveD to- new marl in, packed it and Mr. George has reported the Fifty-five teachers: from Hen- '

ediate/ and permanent correoe placed 'en asphalt patch on top condition: of this road, describing
dry County School "will attend
treatment. Following the rain accompanyIng "It a* deplorable" in telephone .
\ an Art Workshop on March II,
Representative Charlie Miner die squall line across conversation with IL M. 10 and 11 at the Clewlston. Elementary ; i Fair
Florida Tuesday evening soft Johnson, State Road Department Monday ,
fcoorts that he has been watch- places have appeared in the district: engineer Barlow, School it was announced
tithe breakup of the highway : this week by J. Homer
north lane and the white base Boozing on January 27 and February, Bible
deeply concerned about Hendry County Superintendent
md is
through cracks In
more and this week other protests are of
He has taken the matter up than a dozen locations; repair being 'lodged, allowing the extensive Schools. -
kith State Road Department A free educational ervice s!
crews were making repairs to damage and rapid deterioration
Monahan of the First provided by Bunny & Smith.
ember hole in the north 'lane
yester of the road.Sugarland's .
AH the color and excitement
istrict; and expects to get acon Inc., manufacturer of Crayola. Miss ContestantsMISS Livestock Exhibit
Sugar of the County Fair will to Livestock
soon Most of the highway: crayon and other school art come : exhibits of both
District, and Hendry county next' week when dairy and beef cattle from 4-H
es in the First : supplies, the Workshop will be
Brahman bull
e construction was all let unit is conducted by Miss Elizabeth: the 12th annual Hendry County and F F. A member in the

'r' one contract and handled Belt, who has taught\; extensivelyand Fair and Livestock Show wilt area will be a continuing: ahoy

[rough the First District "It hold a Master', degree open in Clewlston. The. preparations in the cattle: barn, where the

akei me sick to see what isIippcning grand champion at state fair from Columbia University, for this year' show have cattle are cared for during the
been underway toe months, and week of the fair.
to the road, and I em The. teacher will devot fifteen
,the and have
grounds buildings Beef cattle will be shown in
Ire that the State Depart Sugarland Ranch Clewlston. (calved between Sept 1 and hour of their own time been improved to give better competition onthe opening

hent will get busy end fix" soldliner tteoad dominated the cattle show at the Dec. 31, 1961)), 1st learning about modern art education facilities to the. visitors who attend night, and dairy cattle on Tuesday
should be .
as and same of its materialsand /
He pointed out the sirnil.nt Florida State Fair in Tampa, Class 5 Summer Yearling the Fair. night. Bleachers: a Public
tools. They will "learn bymJnr"tbe
> between the break-up of exhibiting in the Brahman and Bulls (calved between May 1 theme of the workchop. axP+1w The City Commissioners of Addres system and good lightIng -

ill road and the breakup of aortlon Charolals divisions.Sugarland and Aug 31, 1962)), 1st Rolling up their sleeves, y Clewlston and LaBelle have been will make these events Interesting

of the Turnpike shortly. animals won 1964 Class -Senior Bull (calved they will try out the technique elected: for special regonltiion to he onlooker.
Grand Champion Brahman Bull at the 1964 fair. These commissioners The fun event of the livestock:
(fter Its construction. between Sept. 1 and Dec.,, 31, presented by Miss. Belt
of the Florida State Fair the ring will be
; will be Invited to ride the Calf Scramble
1962) 1st and 3rd.
The road is termed "danger- senior champion bull and reserve These .technique will Include in !the\ Grand Opening Parade to be staged Wednesday night

us' by County; OommJaskxieff. Junior champion female, Class 12-Two Bull (bred and sane of the _use of crayon. and will be recognized at the when boy and calve will mix

ration George to whose district plus top spot in the Get of Sire owned by exhibitor), 2nd and water colors, poster paints, finger brief opening ceremonies at it up in the arena. The boy who

: is located. George says pot- division, and "won In the following 4th.Class paints, colored chalk and the main entrance, following the successfully! mares his calf in

lea are appearing In the trip classes: 17 Summer :yearling modeling clay. Simple craft parade. the fastest time will receive: the

i rapidly] that maintenance Class 1-Aged Bull (calved halters (calved between Sept. 1 technique will also be shown A povfd: innovation of lieopen.nl highest cash prize and other

revs are working there several between Jan. 1 nd Dee 31, and Dec. 31, 1962)), 1st. giving toachera an opportunity prize "will" be awarded.
Ale 1 ls the
< multiple
lys each week,
!>ast one Instance they have Class J-Senior Yearling Bull and owned by exhibitor), 3rd. other materials to gain titreedlmenslonal girl ribbon-cutting who enter ceremony.the Beauty; contest A new innovation at he fair

wen forced to put patch upon (calved between July 1 and Dec. Oas 25-Pair of Calves, 1st effects. All of too : will take will; be this year will be the Firework
ateh. The white marl base .Ij Art Workshop activities will be ANN HARVEY MISS CAYLE HARRIS part;
> 31, 1961)) 1st and 3rd. display at 10 o'clock on Wednesday
animate -
Clad 27-Get of Sire, ((3 Sponsored byPapa' equipped with aclaaors and at a
lorklng up through cracks In Class t-&. Bull (calved between both sexes all owned by experience which !the teacher Sponsored by given signal will simultaneously evening. The event is being 1
Carith TV
he asphalt surfacing, said of Hendry County can relate to era
May 1 and Aug. 31, 1962)) one exhibitor), 2nd. Service & Radio cut the ribbon across the entrance arranged by Southland Amusements
gorge. and this breaks up their own classroom teaching.
2nd and 3rd. 'to the exhibit building. and a spectacular display
luickly on Impact by a passing School official responsible. for is assured. s
Class 7-Bull (calved between From the exhibits in the main
at or truck, sometimes tnakng Fair buildingsto
Jan I and April 30, 1963)) 2nd the Workshop arrangements, in r building to the midway rides Miss Sugar Contest
hole much three or
a as as
and 3rd.class addition to Superintendent Bible, and concessions and the program Highlight of the week is the
our inches deep and throwing: 14-Two Bulls (bred and be open Include Carl E. Hornsby, County of events at the cattle election of Miss Sugar of 1964,
avlng clods more than a hun-
owned by exhibitor) 3rd and 4th. Supervisor of Schools. ring and the outdoor platform, which take place on red vards down the right of Person having booths lathe Jr. :
Class 17-Senior yearling heifer Mr. Hornsby stated that teach r the days will be colorful and ex. door stage Thursday evening at
ay If a small car should! nendry County Fair and '
(calved between July 11 and en in Sunday Schools kindergartens citing. With promise of fair eight o'clock. Entries will appear
11; some of these hole, it could Livestock Show will be allowed
aid Dec. 21, 1961)) 1st, 2nd, 3rd. or other person Interested weather, nil attendance< records In bathing suMs and leading
overturned easily. work their
very das 20-Senlor heifer (calved a are welcome: to attend should be broken.. sugar officials of the; area have
; booth Friday, Saturday and :'
eorge between Sept 1 and Dec 31, these dM*ea. They are askedto /its Southland Amudaments will been Invited to do the Judging.

Saturday morning hole such 1962)) 1st, Sod 3rd. Sunday Feb. 21-23, according contact Mr HorncbyDr Mr*. ,. .. return again )to operate the A crown and trophy will be the
to Fair directors.Dbpfayv fI/
Class 21- eifer (calved between Mabel Maglll at the. Clewlston: 1' : midway this year, and E. J prize for the winner, and the
"" be Elementary!: .School mo ; ., two runner up will receive slim, n
Post Office closes Jan..1 and APr1130, 1962) -wM teaipraU arranger Gordon, general manager, assured
let remain U pi*** wtU. II meat may be made to acconv, y : : "' > i Fair,official: 14 ,there will laf awards.

Saturday Feb. 22 das 28-Two females (bred pin. Saturday night Feb. odate all who plan to attend. .. : be plenty of exciting, safe ride Kid' Day will be held on Fri I I

and owned by exhibitor' ), 2nd. 21, and the building win be .. i id for everyone' This company day. School in the county wOl

The Post Office wffl remain Class 29-Pair of Yearlings, epea for removal *f exhibit 6 has provided the midway far dismiss early, and all children

closed all day Saturday on Sunday and Monday from Tornadowarnings the fair for the past !two seasons. will be admitted to the ground

February 22, In ebaerr 2nd.Class 30-Padr d calves, 1st S ..... until 4 p.m. free of charge. The childrenwill
also get special rates the
acre of George Washing and 3rd.Class. on
Cub uniformsare midway rides in the
ton' 32-Get of Sire ((4 animals afternoon;
birthday, which Is a
the. "Kiddie rides" 'will be lOe
national holiday Mid r.... all by one sire, both sexes GE Caravanto
+y t. needed and the major rides, 13c duringthe
master A. W. Mas UU week. owned by exhibitor), 1stCharolals iI afternoon'

!Mall wU be received and Division. MISS VAUGHN
Tornado warning' 'were broadcast Rev. David A. Denslow. The Homemaklng booth this
dispatched nsaal and all Reserve and Junior Champion visit fair
a* Sponsored by
Sponsored by
for the South Florida area pastor of \the First Methodist (Continued on Page Eight)
mall will be handled In &the BUHL Clewlston News Parkinson'sDept. .
Tuesday afternoon aa a severe Church; the Cub Soout sponorlng -
pout office braes, but there Class Two-year old Bulb .
General Electric'. traveling quail line moved! across the Store Institution! Is appealIng -
will be no mall delivery en (calved between Jan. 1 and of 1964 central air conditioning
display date, west to east One small for uniforms for some Parade units
that date, and the' counter Aug. 31, 1961), 2nd and 3rd. and beating equipment
tornado occurred in Highland Cub Scout who have none.
mice will .not. be available. Class 3-&'. Yearling Bulls for
dewtaton Gene Harn is
for the home will visit county but no damage wa re out commissionGene The rack' will march In the

Friday February 28, 1964. ported. Fair parade next Monday' should
Heated and cooled by a General Clewlston received .34 inches and all of the boys would register

Electric: Weathertron heat of rain during the squall and the ham announces: this Unfed State Sugar Corporation like to be In uniform
Morrell Mazzina make pump, the display known a* the barometer dropped to 2968 remaining week that he will be a candidate and then entered the U S. Navy Rev. Denilow believe some Unit who will enter the Fair

"Comfort Caravan" will be open almost tationery for for the] office of County In which he. served for two boys who have graduated Parade next Monday are urged

to2Ie\ public at tie Hendry the three to six p,m. period. commissioner, district three, In yean. Into Scouting would be gladto to notify Frank Polhlll or the

County; Fair and Livestock: The squall ""u fast moving the May primaries In 1953, Ham moved to pat their Cub uniform County; Agent's office at once,

Show from S p.m. to 11 pm. and soon passed over the area] Ham was born la Glades LaBelle, where he was employed on to members of the present 10 space may be reserved for
All-Ridge Conference Homeowner visiting the Com- Wednesday morning the axle county and less lived In South with the Hendry County rack. Please contact them in the line of march. Pol-

fort Caravan will be able to better were doer and the barometer Florida all his life. From 1940) Road and Bridge Department. Mrs R. F. Baker, after 11 bill aid few reservation have

Judge for 1Ihern elves the wu slowly rising. to 1944, he was employed by the (Continued on Page 8)) a.m., at YV 3-231.: been made, although many have
quality of heating and air conditioning Indicated 'they would enter the

Alberto Morrell and Mike Placid Jeff Ridley and Danny installations: accordIng parade,

Mazzina! were named to the Johnson. Junior from Sebring to Eddy Crosby, Lake Appliance I breaks Th band of dewUton, La-

Ridge All-Conference teams last to make up the second squad : *, Clewlston. whose firm Library record in JanuaryAbolition BeU, Moore Haven, Harlem

Ridge All-Conference
the conference coaches last Morrell. in earning hit berthon the chow. Schools win be in the parade;

Wednesday night MorreB: was !the alUtar team has netted On display in the 47.f oot Comfort provision are also being made
named to the first team; while S23 point up ito tournamenttime Caravan will be panel explaining Th* Clewfeton Public Library of War, Walter Willis; Guide, Alexander Smith: The Magazine); Be FIt As a Marine, for City Police Sheriff' Department

:Mazzina was a member of 'the last week, in 23 games for air conditioning, cutaways broke a record for attendance The Mushroom Hunter's Field Search for Early Man, (Horizon W. H. Rankin and Florida Highway

second team an average' of 22.H per game. slowing and explaining during the month of January Patrol; for the City Commission

Other members of the first During .this: season, he tied a compressor and other components when 487 visitors checked out of LaBelle and dewtston;

team besides; Worrell are Jimmy dewiston High School: scoring and several actual cooling HO volumes for the largest number \ EyA ) the Farm Family and the Beauty
in the history of the It-
arbrough and Ricky Dodd of record, met by Ronnie Roblson and heating unit The displays.are contestants.

pennant winning! Arcadia; Don three ;years ago of 39 points. illuminated and many. of briny, Mr. Pulhlll urges everyone
Mrs Alice Ford librarian
Sebastian of Frostproof and Later he broke the same record them operate. who plan to enter a

Len Sullivan of Avon Park. Mor- with 41 points gainst Ft. Tile spectacular: show to touring said about half Vie bookswer* float. or ear, or marchingunit
adult fiction.
rc Dodd and Yarbrough were Meade. the nation. All the General to advise' him or the

unanimous choices: of the coach- Mazzina mused a total of 259 Electric: equipment on display la Teen tger are also steady county' rent's office, se the

e Dodd and Yarbrough. are points during the ame period, made by General Electric at Its users of the library, and on t line of march can be rgaa--
Inn most evening I high school student
'Sri and repeater from last for a 17.4 average though he Air Conditioning DepartmentPlant Lard In advance
be found using theI1bl'8l'1'a
yea ana a11- tar squad. Sebastian cnly played In 13 game because at Tyler, Tens. reference volume I
Sullivan are seniors. Morc of broken finger.\ The
The 1 each Mon Parade formon
1'c It Junior.Uazzlna. library open
mIMed eight
fact that Mazzina 6rY
day, Wednesday and Friday tr y.
a senior, was paired till selected by children
and Teach
gamer was
w.cP your evening' from 7 until 9 and on C Central
Andy Saw Junior and tribute to hi avenue
Steve the coaches. I Is a Tuesday, Thursday and Sate
Bullard, senior of Lak. playing ability. Mazzina, while traffic safety day afternoon from 3 till S. Central Avenue will be the

recuperating, played with Ala staging area for the Opening

finger la a cast for a couple. of New volume placed on the Parade of the Hendry County;

game, then a couple with tape KEEP FROM helve last week were: a Fair Monday afternoon.
and I II lust now returning to Jill AH
units In the parade will
Junior Fiction: The Adventure .rv lk4
pre-lnjury form.Coach BETWEEN be assigned locations, and will
Bursa Hall and TIerbooItel'l of Plnocchlo, Collodl; '
that skim Mother Gone (Carolyn Wen*' be given their pot when they
fed sure edition). report to the staging area It
would have been the "year" for is Important that units and i

Tiger basWjtbaH, if Mazzina, Youth l'JotIoD-La.nie Coma float register in advance so

had not suffered the broken finger Home. Eric Knight; Sister of they may be properly assigned

The Tiger are presently the Bride, Beverly deary. ., ,,f! t. Phone Frank PolhJUl or the
13-10 overall and <-7 in the con '
County Agent' office If
Adult Fiction: ..-Com* Be My you
ference. I '
plan to be la th* parade.
I un The record in the shadows of Guest, Elizabeth Cadell; The Innocent ,,

last year' 0-25 U a tribute to Curate, Part Leery; I

'the entire squad and Coach AOenduc A, Hayden Carruth; I Weather

Burco Halt While Oewistoa ba The Dangerau Island Ann

not been noted a* a basketball ppQaC D QpQ Bridge; Th Twisted Sabre. Hu: Min RiIFeb.

town la the past, interest was Philip Vail; Fifth Planet,, Fred 13 ----, 43 54 '4 M

definitely on the increase' during Hoylo. AMONG MANY REGUlAR USERS OF study with material hud hi the library. Sealed Feb 14 71 sal ..

the latter. part of tile season REFERENCE VOLUMES la th CUwtslea\ J'eb. 15 S3 59 _
NcJo.FIctIoo-Tbt Wood Were at the table are Pave HDl... Larry HaLead

and fan were rewarded' with City of Clcwiston Full of Mea Irk LM Emmer- Fable Library are students .f Ckwfatoa Hick Jane Smith and. Deaaa W*... LabIa Fb.16 11__ W TS n 63Fee 003TS _

several exciting game mat son; African Creek I Hay Bcae*!. Alaset every vealg Ski library fa kaekfTMud to Ml** .Mary, McC avOU. Fete 11 60 _

ALBERTO MOBBCLL were.decided in the closing sea Police Department Been Up, Sue Spencer; The pea taoeaU talker to Mpplesaeal text beak rib. 11.-, M M ..0.36New { I



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writes onResponsibility- Pig Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewistan, Fla. hers with a Hallowe'en game chairman presided during the Walker, Wendell Whaley, Joe Wood CircleATtf of
Thursday, February 20, 1964 party at the Clewl too Elk meeting and Mr. Walter Wvw Bundy, Miss Evelyn Lee Mr. CuIrch W M. Pit
-- --- Club Mr*. Walter E. Vaughn, presented the program.Mr Stall, Mr. Wyse Mr*. Murphy motning. U.
of a free pressThe Mrs Frank Dyes, Mr*. W. L. and a guest, Mrs Charles Reid.
THE CLEWISTON Russell Murphy opened her ,
NEWS Brantley, Jr., and Mr >
Coleman hostesses. many gifts: at the close! of the Ora Wood Circle at Hsy&s
( following editorial was written by Florida Secretary were
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blxby of meeting and refreshments were tended by
of State Tom Adams of his view of
as an expression Florida, by The ClewUton served Mr. Pape to Me Nail Mra. Martha
Newt, Inc., a Florida Corporation. St. Louis visited their son, W. by met at HomeA
the integral role a free press plays in Florida's democratic dame James Brandon Ralph Mr. T. C. .
Entered Yon ,
as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the T. Bixby and family.W.
1"" system. Post Office In dewlston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of P. Vaughn Jr., died in Causseaux, Gordon Crofut J. O. program "I Must Be In- Corne-tte, Mrs A.. C tl

It was a day not unlike other autumn day in Boston March 3. 1879. the Clewlston Hospital from a Davidson, Curtis Fry Don R. formed" baaed. on the article* Mr. Ethel Rogers, "-
any heart attack, only hours after Galaaslnl, Ircel Knedler, Ray by Mr*. Louis Dabney was given well Downs ..
273 years ago, but it was not the weather that was Important NATIONAL Kenneth at the Mrs pitand
I. Pearce!
EDITORIAL he was stricken.feSSSf Lee, Robert meeting of the Ora
on that September 25th, it was a seed that was \)ORID 4 a visitorfl Ml'I.-. n-.....,,
% ..
;,I, planted a seed that ultimately flowered into the Pemo- (rA CeTl3N'J

'. cracy that we know and enjoy today.No un,.. .. Letter*

it was not a meeting of leaders in the Colonial N MlMSfR ACIIV5UI y: Subscription Rates ___ _.. $4.00 per year ClewistorCHURCH ] Church
the for the of 0
Government Quite contrary, government Oc (Return Postage Guaranteed) C1ewStonFla. Director
.' Massachusetts reacted with a dictatorial determination that Feb. 17, 1964
snuffed out this first flame of liberty; but the ember smoldered "gr10t% .BERYL BOWDEN. PublisherS. Editor, OF JESUS CHRIST, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST

until it finally burned itself indelibly on the pages of H. STALLS Managing Editor The dewiston New Hooker Point APOSTOLIC FAITH COMMUNITY PIEsa'-.
Business 407
American history in the First Amendment to the Constitution Advertising Rates: on application.and Editorial The YUkon 3-1201 Clewiston, Fla. Paul Strickland, Pastor South aewlston Henry Royal H. Pa.... A;:

of the United States. the right to reject: any objectlonal management reserve Dew Sir: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday SchooL Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor Ford
THE/ NEWS uiume.no advertisement! May I take this means to compliment 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 10.00: a.m.-Sunday School. : a.m.-s"' fcy
This first spark of liberty was the first independent oltcltod mknuicrlpu or photosrephe reiponeibtllty for the return of un- !the entire membership Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Preaching. 11:00: a.rn.Momi.r'1OOp.m.Wesi A'

newspaper printed in this land. Benjamin Harris produced, graphical\ TUB' error NEWS or"eommlulon.uln.. no financial In dvertlnment responsibility for typo- of the Sugarland Band of Clew 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Tuesday; 1100: ,..ln.-Nurseq h '

PUBLIC OCCURRANCES BOTH FORREIGN AND DOMES- of Hick errore before' the next leiue' of the' paper" will but reprint If nGtlfI.eIo car- lston High, School and their Saturday: 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting ish Roua klh
but that part of advertisement In which th..rror occurred. bandmaster, Mr. Jack L. Scott. :
TICK, with intentions of having a monthly publication, In the event a time element would render the .7:00: p.m.-Youth Meeting Friday: ngq
I the government of that colonial state saw in the first edition the New will reduce tb. price of the advertisement correction valueleee. by an- Their performance in the Edison 7:30: .p.m.-Young People' shin
I mount equal to the percentage of the total pace a. the Parade In Fort Myien on Wednesday
a threat to complete state control over all citizens and coup or omitted copy represented. errtm. COMMUNITY: PENTECOSTAL Meeting. :
quickly closed the newspaper.We Saturday, February litfc wa HOLINESS CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-aolr Pr1ctllt.
very good. Much more l impressive South Clewlslon -
Minutemen who dropped their to u'an !interested FIRST
often salute the me Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor METHODIST CHURCH ST.
plows to push tyranny from our soil and the outspoken back before the addressee can adult, was their behavior after 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 331 W. Osceola Avenue IHARGAR Cam
colonists. who sounded the cry of liberty In the halls of get
colonial government, but seldom do wo stop and realize e Sonny Sez provided it is mailed before impressed with their 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic) 9:45: a.m.-chureb SchooL 8.00: a.m-Sunday Kist
I noon in LaBelle.! After that, it conduct while they were waiting 7:00:
that it was through a heavily taxed oppressed and some- Service. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. p.m.-Sunday MUL.
catches a see Florida first bus Sat their end while. they 7:00:
supper 6.00
times secret that the ideals and flames of freedomwere Wednesday : p.m.-Methodist Youth a.m.-DaIlyWeekdll
: ]
FlIP trooper Dave Tomllnsonhad and goes >to Ft Myers, Winter were eating it In comparison 7:00: .m.-Flrst
fanned throughout the colonies that all could unite 7:45 Service. Fellowship. ft dq
so : p.m.-Prayet
an experience Tuesday! afternoon Haven, Sebrtag, etc. On.such to another band at the same< 8.00:
7:00 p.m.-Fir Wedi....
: t
in the struggle to form Union, establish Friday p.m. Study.
a more perfect that he probably, won't letter destined far the News .top. our students conducted :
I Justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service. Thursday: each month,Qjclety
forget for a long time. During* was mailed Tuesday Boon and themselves la r very orderly 7:30: p.m.--cholr Practice. lIc Ladlea''
defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the his tenure on) the patrol be has we got it Thursday about noon, and nice manner A1Ir
blessings of liberty to ourselves ." filled out numerous accodent thus several new items tagged Sugarland Band and Mr. Scott, NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY Saturday:.
j report and how accident for the New misled the boat. I thank All of BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH
happen may cay ;you. you 11:30:
Those who drafted the Bill of Rights did not forget, for now be can tell first Probably few depend on'punctual are a credit to our school and 304 N. Francisco Street (Episcopal)) a.m.-Religlousub!
in the very first amendment they Insured that "Congress band as his "pole cat" car spun matt service. a* much awe community. Bra Chester Johnson 207 N. Psclfle tlon.CHURCH .

'I shall make no law respecting\ an establishment of religion, out while tn hot pursuit Fortunately do .. but when you are planning Sincerely, Interim Pastor Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar _
;jJ or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; of abridging the be was DOC Injured: nor on five or six picture and A BAND PARENT. 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. Sunday ServIces: OF CBJIJISM
1 freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people was Melvin Pape who 'Qtcl1edthe they don't reuse.we sure 11:00: a.m-Morning Worship. 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist. South Central

peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government fora proceeding have to shuffle. 6.30: p.m.-BTC. 10:30: a.m.-Family Service and Earl Arnold Atoll
redress of grievances." I couldn't see Dave' face on Hi Haven W.M.U. 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. Church SchooL ,Ulnlita

the phone but J bet be blushed Want to thank Mr*Woody meets MondayA Wednesday: Saints and Holy Day as an10:00 Sunday:
The same press that excited early colonials to demand "plenty" before be. answeredNO "Carol" Canumer toe her assistance 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. nounced. : a.m.-Bible SchooL

i and win the right of the self-determination today still occupies to my question were in getting picture of program on the topldc"noe Confession by appointment. 11:00: a.m.-Worship.
'an equal place of importance in the structure of our there any charge filed the Miss Sugar contestant each 'Chaplain," was presented by FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH -. 7:00: p.m.-Worship.

democratic system. For, there is a trinity In our Democracy week. The contestants and sport1 1 Mrs. Pat Rich Monday evening 142 E. Ventura Avenue HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday:
' ., ; ", three separate parts which make up the whole of De- Senator .O. D. "Dick': Williams /or* have been lined up this to members of the Woman's Rev. Leon M. Gabmrell Highway 1:. 7:30: p.m.:Midweek dnft

:1 mocracy. These are the public, the press and those who are from the neighboring 27th year well in advance iwiitnut the ]Missionary Union of Hi. Haven Interim Pastor Rev. Vic Turner Pastor and Bible Stuff

elected to lead the government Senatorial District wa a Clew usual hustle and bustle. Bob ]Baptist Church. 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. _
istan visitor Tuesday and took Adam has spearheaded the Mr. C. W. Mann presided 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 11:00: a. CHl'KCH OF GOD
Without the unity of these three elements there is net a first hand look at the rapid contest committee for the Firog 'and Mr*. Victor Turner and 6:15: p.m.-Training Union. 1:45 m.-Morning Worship. 112 South Pacific An*

Democracy. Without any one'of them, there Is no Demo- deterioration of US 27 east Association this year rather J Mrt. Velma Story 'gave devotional 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service. 8:00: p.m.-Training Union. Rev. Joe Colemu

cracy. For without public participation, you would have a town. Williams la currently. a than delegating it to tome other < *. Wednesday: Wednesday p.m.-: Evening Worship 10:00: a.nt-Sunday Sew

dictatorship. Without the government, you would have member of one of the highway organization. Attending were Mr. W. R. 7.00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers 8:00: p.m.-Prayer 11:00: a.m.-Morning Smtet
anarchy. Without a free press, obligated to neither but dedicated committee and plans to contact Broadrick, Mrs. Story, Mrs. Meeting. Meeting. 7:30: p.m.-Evening Wai:

to both, you could have either tyranny or chaos. State Road authorities Immediately Turner, Mrs. W. J. Jackson, 6.00: p.m. Midweek Prayer CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY Wednesday:
upon his return to Wau- Mr. W. R. Baxter, Mr. Floyd Service. OF 7:30p.m.-PrayerServi:

But with an enlightened public, a responsive government chula. l It's History Now Royals, Mr*. Pat Rich and Rev. 8:45: p.m.-Choir Practice. 215 South Francisco GOD Friday:
and a dedicated press, ours shall always remain a Turner. Street 7:30: p.m.-Young People')
government of The Clewlston News and the James F, Klmbrel. Pastor
by and for the people. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH deavor.
Post Office Department are eftperienclng THIRTY TEAKS Sunday: _
Since the free press predates the Constitution and the an extreme period ( ClewlstoA News Circle shower is South Clewlston 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School

.. government, It is a senior partner in our democratic pro of frustration. None of which February 18, 19341> surprise MondayThe 9:45:Rev.a.m.-Sunday Herb Hlgdon School, Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship.FIRST CHRISTIAN CBtl

cess. By virtue of Its historic: position, the press must share reflect on the local post office The county exhibit! at Fort 11:00:: 11:00: a.m.-Children'* Church. North Sotarland AeilMs
a.m.-Worlhlp Service.
the LMW. Ruth Circle of the Methodist 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service
: responsibility! of informing both the public and the gov- Myers Fair Included a ton of 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training B. J. Goodrich, ICiliI
eimuBiii ana sun voicing Its Though It may not seem> to, a Church surprised Mr*. Wednesday:
own opinion on matters 01 importance sugar cane as background for Union. 10:00: a.m.-Bible School
Ln_" to all citizens. .. .,.. great deal of planning goes into Various agricultural; abducts.; Itiiburn Murphy with a stork 8:00 7:45: p.m.-ChrU'i Amb s;ad- 11:00
y ; bower at their : p.m.-Worship Service., : a.m.-Communion Ii
aetUna out the "weekly effort"and An old 4 regular meeting ors. -
i fon.o": per kelle::: said
; Our form of government cannot Survive without an in- the biggest problem is getting to have been brought to. this M- :lay night at the home of Tuesday: Thursday: Worship Servin
: formed and enlightened citizenry. When the people divorce out picture arranged or country by Spaniards 400 year 1\1"\\ \,. P.'rhard' L. Pa", S.OO: p.m.-Brotherhood. '7:30: p.m.-Prayer and BIble.7:30: p.m.-Communion u

themselves from their government by rejecting their responsibilities Rt up, in advance. For the last ago wa loaned t:): the exhibit Mrs. S. H. StaUs, CIrcle1B Wednesday 7:30 : Study. Worship ServiaWednesday
in our democratic process, our democratic system couple: of weeks, ,,things\ haven't by B. F. Magtll. : p.m.-Hour of Prayer. Friday: :
begins to well for Thursday: too: 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study
to wither and die. gone us. p.m.'RO'al Ranger for
Mag. Gen. dwar4 H. Mark- 1:00
: Choir
p.m.- Practice.
I' It is through the open channels of.a free press that the Week before last, our engravings ham, chief of Engineer, U. S. Boys. .
people and their government can best communicate and in from Sarasota did not arrive Corps of Engineer: was pleased

a spirit of genuine concern iron out differences of opinion of wedding on schedule picture and and a couple Boy with the progress of work on This Weekly Church Feature ]Is Sponsored The

to weld themselves into a solid inseparable unit in which Scout picture did not the Hoover Dike, when be visited By Following:
the people, the appear the project for the first time. Hendry
government and the become County
press one. with their torie*. Floyd Howell
d' Mrs. M. P. Parkinson Inc
: It is the responsibility of each Peterson entertained
i, ;, citizen to seek this In- Last week, we experienced Motors
n ,: privileged formation, but It is the responsibility of the press and those ithe same: difficulty. consequently party on et .he Valentine Inn with Day.a bridge CHRISTIAN SCIENCE!!: Phone J-550L STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department*
serve In government to provide the informa no beauty. contestant, or -
ry ., tion. honor students or Valentine TWENTY YEARS AGO, RADIO SERIES Kelly Tractor Co. Giddens Clewiston Federal'

The press, too, must probe and question, amplify and Sweethearts, etc. This week, (From Clew ton New WSWN fOOKC Furniture
/ spark .the conscience of those privileged to serve I In government howeverthey'; arrived a day t Feb. 18, 1944)) BELLE GLADE Phone 2-6501 Store SAVINGS& LOAN ASH?
and guarantee that the sooner than expected and we
information defy
finally Cities
ered to the people is factual. will have something: close to a President C. R. Bitting .n Royal's
Not picture edition. plans for a starch Service Easy to Pay
only is the
press a cornerstone in our democratic house, water work! project in The cidden. w. "
process, it also Is a partner in free Another little problem is theurlva.l ; '
our enterprise system. a post war expansion. He apokeat .. ,:.
I But the press must first be successful in business before it of mall from LaBellein the annual President' dinner *:' ::1"/ _

can exercise its responsibllltle in Democracy. Clewlston. Under this new for U. S. S. C. personnel, and
j As our government continues to expand and become "zip" operation a letter must bowed the architect's ketch of
through Clewlston and
d more complex with pas go .the proposed construction.
; our growing state and changing technology West Palm. Beach and come .
the responsibilities of the press grow also. Our gov A. C. Lewis, for whom |t4ihe We're
t t ernment cannot be allowed to become any more remote city of Clewlston was named, proud to report: .

i. and Impersonal, for It is not an autonomous, perpetual machine died In Tampa hospital at the

quarantined within itself Out government is still the urfriendE age of 79. Hue was chairman of This is the year of The

people, and as long as we have a free and responsible the board of the Exchange Na- Incomparable Imperial .

press the government and the people will tional Bank. Imperial the
remain moat
as wanted
one. Carroll Rediih luxury car In
received a citation JarI. Our lab
I In 60 days than t prow R. Actually, there were soon Imperials ordcR4
for were sold In the
bravery, awarded by entire 1963
t .... rll 1I Frank Knox, Secretary of the l'RIductiao' cannot: be rushed at a aacri1Ico model ot year.We hope there will be DO delay In 8lllosrosy mfcr. But ImpetIaI

Navy, for Redlsh't heroism\ aftrhls Imperial you will 1IDdmtand why It'. quality You wouldn't want It that 1I'Iy. ADd when you see and drive
e combat plane crashed in the ono doe car worth
waiting for Enter
quirt ]
the Pacific. world of ImperIa today.

Edythe NeU Conceits was
crowned Queen of Heart! at
Southern! College in Lakeland.


(From Clewiston New, )
r February 18, 1954)) 'L

'; Eight experts from 'the Hoover : .
Abner H. Vann -.
DRUG Commission held public hearings
in Clewlston while studying
t Ph. ..... .... the flood and water control

: probtem of South Florida. The
YU 2-5971 ,
men were members of the
\ ........
Shopper's Luncheon : "Task Force on Water Resources
and Power."
(tile Farm Life Insurant' Company.
Horn Office:Bloomlngton.Illinois. Beta Sigma Phi pledgee entertained
: for ,,the active menTHE -
I Golden Brown Southern
r ,


our country deserves the respect awe

of all American Waihing-; E" '
torn met the crisis of Valley Forge* _
on his kn.*i In prayer.
,i i1' m ay2 la PERJAL.

Mashed Potatoes Peas and Carrot '. ell;/ ,things whatsoever y* snotf ask! to payer, .tiring

ye shall//recee.-; Matthew 21.22
Hot Dinner Roll and: Butter
: Community
Presbyterian Church

407 Royal Palm Avenue See II and drive
Two HENRY HORRELL FORD;Minister at your nearest lmferllli! dealer's
1:43: A.M. Bible School 6:00: P.M. Youth Fellowship aunra..aawrr oBeck

58c For 98'. 'CL 11:00 SERMON: AJL SUBJECT Warship

'''0 Heal the BrokenHearted"No. S

: : f j : f g Id Motors Highway & SanBenitoSfSClewuton
:. ,, 1 2 be'Procram of Jesus"

Fla.Adams .

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sites( and dates! : (all meetings grcvj: and Mayor Tom Jono 2 Ucwi.on: Eta TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS Page mra
tart at 8 p.m.i: each Thursday F'.bruarv 20 1964
Venn Beach, March S, County. pnJdA 9VwA .
CjtirthouseOkcechobeo. WOWY tied first place in
i City March C, the vandings by nlnping third .Junior boysbasketball Richard Murphy S, Raymond ,
County CourthouseImmokaloe place Curbln's 48-41 Roland netted Blount 2 and Gary Wilcox 2-
17, Carruiter.. 10. Hall t, In the opening quarter of the
March 5, Immok- 1111 and Bruce Waldron icor-
alee High School. WOWY continuesto Baker and Giddene 8 each. nna:s it looked like the Rotart- I
ed 4 each and Franklin Stmehess
For the losers RotriiMon scored By Woody Cairothers for the .
w Clewiaton, March C, Sugar- 2. ana might be too much
land Auditorium. roll along 27. Dan OataMlnl and Billy The KiwinisiM were Just too Klwanlam but tome flMug team ;i
West Palm Games RescheduledDue Swindle 4 esu. Bob Welch.& play pku outstanding ptey byMickey
t Beach March 10, tough for the rest of the league
WOWY continue to dominate Stall cad Edgar Texton
Sonny William and.DaD
Boach Fishing dub- this year at they captured the
house 201 5th Street. the Men' League play with only tiM final to Senior play of practice 2 _all. Play' ff Championship as wells C.rlliolaave the Ktwaoto eager
Ft. one night of play remaining, as games the league .. an easy 32-14 victory: for the
Lauderdale 11 championship.
March will be played on Monday night League Standings tins regular season
City they defeated their two clomp Playoff Championship.
Han 301 N.
Andrews Ave.
e y Miami March 12. Dade County competitor In recent play. Ftb. 24. These will be the final WOWY ....'_....,...,.-...-. 8 2
games of the regular season In the seml-limal roun4 Williams was high. for the Kl-
Sportsmen Clubhouse, 5151 Thursday night second placeGlade.a play WOWY and Parkinson'swill Glades Gas, ,..?,.u-.., 8 2 playoffs the Kiwanlans 01thj wanlans, with 13, Allen Carlton
N. W. 7th StreetAD Gas was the victim dan play\ the first game; Thrifty 11, Lee Davis 6, and Louis De
sportsmen Interested persons exciting 'game 5548. Phil Drug and Glades Gas the second Corbln's .........__......-..... 5 5 eased the away Volunteer with a Fire 40-15 Dc"winover ar- Armas 2. Freddie Robertson led

and organizations are Roland was the big gun for and flnalame.. Parkinson's! ............_..._-.. 2 7 anent quintet as Allan Carltrn tha Rotarians with 7, Glen
urged' to attend and submit WOWY with 22 points, Woody Prldgen added. 4, and Pat Clark
led the with
their recommendations orally at Carruthers 14 Bobby Gldden Monday night, Glades Gas put Thrifty .........................._.1 8 Louts DcArmas victory contributed 26 points.8, S.
the meetings or in writing to 10, Buren Hall 8, and Bill Baker on 10 point spurt in the early
for second halt, 'while Parkinson's Mickey Wllllamj 4. and Lee
the office of the Commission In 1. Ernie Hill was high
West Palm Bsach. Glades Gas with 18, Billy Williams failed to,score and continued to Davis 2 for the Kiwanlans.
The and Ken Walker 8 each, drop toe' dry goods merchants Jimmy McCarthy led the VFD
rules and
regulations will with 10, Keith Carter 2, David
Hank Andrew and Johnnie Jackson 55-34. The half time score was
be set by the Commission at a t IsiiNGrIV ; and
Miller 2, Arturo Tomeu 1.
5 each and Eddie Crosby 25-24 in favor of the \losers. Gas
itatewlda Commission
meeting, with 4 ace Ernie Hill netted 21 points, i ON W. 0. PERRY,
to be held In Tallahassee in the completed the scoring In ":the second game of the
later part of April, ," said points.In manager Ken Walker 8, Johnnie semi-finals, the Rotarians behind Tax Consultant
r Jackson and Hank Andrela 6
Freddie Robertson's 24
Gainey. Coy :
Thursday's nightcap
4 bin's bested Thrifty Drug again, each Billy Williams 12 and Ed. Boats Guides Gas Ice and: Jerry Holoucbk'j. 1] points, 144 AveaMa Del Rle
43-30 behind the 28 point effort die Crosby 2. Fishing Tackle Supplies managed to take an easy victory Phone Yukon 2-7841
M of Ronnie Roblson. Dick Baker Raymond Huebner led the losers over the Lions 43-22. Glen Prld- BusinesiPersonalFarmComplete
Bowlingnews netted 7, Sonny Stalls\ 6 and Edgar with 10 points, chief Wendell Johnson'sFishing gen added 2 end Pat dark I to
Texton 2. Joe Marlin Hil- Whale, 6, John Stltt 5, Mike round out the scoring for ''theRotary Bookkeeping
Hard was high for 'the losers Dyall and Harold Estep 4 each Camp Live Dan Nelson! was Service
,, with 15, Gerald White, Danny Devan Dyal 3 ,and Gerald: Har- ClewUton. flo. high for the Lions with 10 points

5J.rrt} Tu* Lake bowling leagueU.
S. Sugar (Clewiaton) 52
\toa TOM JONES.! JK. officially breaks ground for the
points 40,200 pins.
."r pro-shop at the Clewfatoo Country Club, a. club preslt Fro tle, 49 points, 49,350 pins
Earl MorrUon looks .n with approval This engraving wOWY 45 points ".378 pits
the work la well la advance of the above
as i delayed thus High Team Set-U. S. Sugar,
nnd breaking eeremonj. fiTAFF PHOTO. Clewiston 2,427. Welcome.
High Team Game-U. S. Sugar

Clewiston, 842.High. .
rcadia wins Ridge playoff; Johnson,Individual 575. Set-Jimmy .

High Individual Game Jimmy

reak Sebring jinks 75-71 Johnson, 223.
500 Sets-Roy Martin 518;
Don Stiles!. 505; 'Jimmy John TO THE
Arcadia Bulldog cagers The Tigers will play
ton 575 Clarence Throop, 541
; ;
taed two previous defeets a* here Saturday night for the final
Bob Goedhart 547 Marvin
[hands of the Sebring Blue home game of the season. ;
Vandergritt 514.
olo Saturday night In Awn
ClewUton ((33) OFF 200 Game Jimmy Johnson
tournament to win the,Ridge 7571.Confer* A. Marre11 ....._..._. e :I 15MauIna 2M, and 223; Bob Goedhart 206;

tcadia and Sebring had __ 5 :S 13 Marvin Vandergritt 206.
CanRlrers ._.._.._ 0 1 1
Vd the final with wins over Bible...,,..? ... ,022Bakiree LADIES OF LAKE Annual l
'Istoo and Frostproof on _.._._.1 0 2 Sport Shop 59 33 12
|previous nightch M. J.breU __ 0 0 0 Old South __,,.._ 56% 35ftV.
Buren Hall tried a stall Bowden .... ,...___, 0 0 0 .S. Sugar Corp. .. 51% 40ft'
I tactic for the first half of Baldree's _, ,, 43 49
Farrar __, 0 0 0
I game against Arcadia Fri- Wilson Lumber! _. 42 50

night and held the high Totals __ 12 933 Canebrake ______ 40 Sift
fing ,team to a 8-1 lead at Arcadia cn) M G F P Hare Lumber .____ 39 53
start of the second quarter '
Parkinson's 36U 55V.
Dodd 5 212Latimer
I "
21.7 Intermission score.tiring ....,..._.4 0 I High Scratch Scores
the second half the Hughes ____ 0 2 2 Game Series HENDRY
rs matched the Bulldogs Trawick 2 0 CYarbrweb D. Belcher _____ 184 528 COUNTYt
for point, in losing 47-33. _.._ 8 :3 19 W. Plank 181 435 I
Alston had previously lost Womack..0 2 2 P. McLendon _._.,. in 454 t ,M Y1 ,

|games to Arcadia in trying; Severs ............., 0 0 0 Hit Handicap ScoresD. ;1
i with (hem.u'or Belcher_220 636

Totals ,.._..._..19 9 47 W. Plank ._ _... 217 ...
ClewlatoG .,_ 4 3 11 15-33 E. Smith ......,.. 208 503
all-stars Arcadia 10 11 14 12-47 P. McLendon ..... _.. 562 :
Fair Livestock Show
amed by director HAPPY XU LEAGUE and I
Potae h-Badgett _. 48 38
II t ty Recreation Director\ ) Public meetson Glades Restaurant -43 39

friy Carruthers has selected A&W Root Beer ..-._ 39 45
following to represent dew- Dan's Dragline Serv. 36 48
In the Junior Boys State game rulesSeven 'lltmHcip Score q,
ranent to be held In SaoI Game Series

I on February 28 and 29. and public meetings are to Bonnie Brasher. ____ 215 561
I District V Florida Recrea- beheld in the Everglades Region Mary Evans ______ 210 ... MONDAY through FRIDAY FEB. 24-29
Association Tournament In by Game and Fresh Water Helen Kite 545
P Beach on) March 7: Fish Commission for sportsmento Jenny Hendry ??___ 207 543
aymond Blount, Pat Carton express their opinions on) Scratch Scores
In Carlton Pat Clark Lee rules and regulations for the Game Series
fis. Jerry Holoufcek. Cecil coming 1964-65 hunting and flatting Helen Kite 58
fn, Jimmy McCarthy Dart season. Mary Evans 178 442
on, William Navarro. Fred- Lou F. Galney. regional manages Bonnie Brasher 166 414 FAIR GROUNDSCLEWISTON
Robertson Mickey. Williams announces the following Helen Kisto 165 -

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STEAK Gala Opening Day Parade r


Midway Livestock Judging Beauty Contest

Ernest McCray

+ + + + + + :.. : t
is ready to broil for YOU -

:Monday February 24-oPENING DAY Wednesday, February Community Day' '.1

A Selected Grade US Choice
Top 5 p.m. Grand Opening Parade 7:30: p.m. Calf Scramble in Livestock Show Ring

5:30 p.m. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Fair Exhibit 10:00 p.m. Fireworks Display at the Fair Grounds" .. .:

Building Recognition of City Commissioners

New York Cut 7:30: p.m. Prize award in MisSpelledVord Contest Thursday, February 27-"Miss Sugar" Day J ,.

7:40 p.m. Youth Beef Cattle Show 1 :.
8:00: p.m. Beauty Contest on outdoor stage. Winner is

SIRLOIN STEAKAvailable Tuesday February 25-Farm Family Day crowned "Miss Sugar" of 1964 ;.

( from Noon for those who can't wait until 6 P.M.) 6:00: p.m. Baked Goods Exhibit entries close at Homemaking Friday, February 28-Kid's Day r. ; '

I Booth ', "

1:30: p.m. Introduction of Farm Family preceding dairy 2-6 p.Da. Children admitted free to grounds. Special ? .

Served in our dining room show in the show ring rates .on Midway. Kiddie rides, lOc, major i i.;

7:40: 'p-m. Youth Dairy Show at Livestock Show Ring rides c :\

every day 7:30: p.m. Variety Show on outdoor stage ; I

": Saturday, February 29th-Leap Year Day t M;l
Out ; T ;6 .t ..',
PLAN NOW Enjoy Dining r I' ',. :..;. *! '

+ + + "a" + + 1

Fair Exhibits will be open each day of the fair from 10, a.m. till 10 p.m. ; ,


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See Livestock At Its Bestli !
Clewiston. Florida Telephone YU 2-3501 Everybody Come -



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Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston. Ha. noculars for Blrding" by R. J.Reichert .

___ Thursday, February 20. 1984NE : covering: How to use
jour glass to best advantage.
bow to choose the model best
SIL'.d to your purpose and
how to check a glass both for
canditi! end for the claims

V Vj dA made fur it He will also briefly
review the binoculars currently
available: with reference to their
country of origin. He will have
\ ... e .t
end to
> r a simple chart diagram
I I:::':'.lItl) details every birder
should know and also an assortment
FHA members entertain headsof + 6 of binoculars and

scopes! of various types; and

all clubs of C.H.S. powers, including couple of Y
campusThe a. phonies" as examples of molt


president of ell clubs: of The group enjoyed refreshment Mr. Relchert will also show
Clewlston High School were end entertainment at the some color slides of birds be

guests ot the Future He mernak- close of the meeUni.Examplar has photographed \through binoculars .,.ad ..I 1 -
era of America Tuesday evening 4 + (the new BlnoFotography GIRLS WIIO HAVE MADE THE INNER seated Denna Wood. Kalhy Lee. Swan.yBukb

at the regular FHA meeting in ). CIRCLE HONOR ROLL at C.H.S. at least art Cardyn Cox. Gayle Roland
the Home EC room. chapter Members who would like to one of the three six-weeks periods this term Janice Carne Chris Kelly Mary; Alice etas fie,
Donna Redish, as> president of hosts husbands ask Mr. Relchert about their arc shown at the Rotary Club's luncheon ber. Kay Ovens Qnlta Massina Bet *
FHA was In charge of the meet-- PRESIDENTS OF STUDENT CLUBS ON CJI.S. CAMPUS personal glasses may bring! meeting last week: Left to right, they are ton and Phyllis Cr ch.- TAFF PHOTo) !*-
Ing. Each club president gave a Member of the Exemplar gathered at a neetlag of Future homemakers to expiate. and them along and consult him

abort talk on his club, explaining chapter Beta Sigma Phi sorority discuss the various organisations. Seated, Glints Kanlemon, after the meeting. 20 t three to six year olds took
some of the highlights of held a Valentine party for their Spanish club: Donna Radish Fntars Homemakers of Amen Relchert Is co-author (with. Senior play is part. Circle T Rodeo

their activities this year and husbands Saturday .evening. lea; Cheryl Lee, Beta Club; standing Tommy BldcdlU. Key Mrs. Reichert) of "Know Your Through the study, of the childcare

tome of the regulations regarding The group gathered for a covered Club; Cal BaDenttne, Student Council and Joe Davidson, Future Binoculars: which appeared in slated March 5 project these girls are better

their club.Through dish supper at the home Farmers of America. Absent due to fitness were Mardi Audubon articles! Magazine and the numerousother recentlypublished The Senior Class of Clewlston prepared to become baby sitters this week end

the program the Future of Mr. and Mrs. Abner Vann a Fetch president of Pep Club and Deona Wood president el book: "Binoculars and High School win present "Lock or to assist In caring for
Homemakers fulfill where a Valentine theme was Junior Beta Club.-STAFF PHOTO. Thursday children !In. their own homes. An
hope to Scopes and Their Uses In Photography. Stock and Lipstick" on audience that will top
a national< FHA coal-"Im- used in decoration and sorer ." He if also listed in March 5, 1964. at 8:00 p.m. The play periods were the highlight year's 15.000 persons is etwcw lit

proving out Citizenship"; they sories. Grand Master of Florida J, T. "Who Knows-and What" as) an In the Sugarland Auditorium.The of the course as the girls at (the Circle T Rodeo at India
also felt the meeting would footer Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Base, and was presented by Jesus'program authority on binoculars. play is a comedy in three had the opportunity to observe town\ Saturday and Surd,.
a better understanding of Doug Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Carlos Dickey mother advisor Members of each club are acts by John Henderson.The the children and learn to cope MaN than 1,000 seats! have I be-,
what clubs ere offered at Clew- Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Hag- Diane past worthy 'advisor is topic of LentA urged to attend this interesting action takes place in the with various situations which added to. the: concrete and &J
lston High. Club president and er Lowe Mr, and Mrs. Foy may arise when young children rodeo
was presented with a series of Lenten sermons program. Husbands and/or their guidance office of Pembroke bowl, and other Drew.
OI'lanlzationll'epresen1ed were: Durrence. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Bible from the: advisory board. has been announced wives of mebers are invited. High School. The time Is the are present. tions: have been made to a
Glynis Raulerson, Spanish Club Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. George
; comodat the
Interested in hearingthis
Installation Anyone present. capacity
ceremony was Rev. H. Fond trod
Henry pastor of Audition
Donna Redieh, F. H. A; Cheryl Jepson, Mr. and Mrs. George held for Kay Owen (Love). the speaker will be welcome. Sundayfor
Lee Beta Club; Tommy Ride- Coleman and Mrs. Vera Mills. Community PresbyterianChurch The characters are Bin Far- The Corps of Engln."eI1"
dill Key dub; Cal Ballenttne Jan Wilson, (Nature), Carolyn on 1he general theme rar as Gordon Waren, Owens. (historian) and Mi, and "'!be Program of Jesus.",,; ,
student council: and Joe David- Happy BirthdayFeb. counselor. Pembroke bridge In operation during tb
eon, F. F. A. Jan Brantley explained Rainbow honors to board.Mrs )Parked Wilson (advisory "The Program of Jesus"!) High. ; Jimmy Montgomery as All. persons who wish to take peak hour of noon the FHA to Diane RackstrawAt The Rainbow girls plan to poor; to Heal the BrokenHearted John G. Real. Olga Real, Bob Pembroke High; Linda Carlton Hendry County Fair next week will not create a Jam as ha
meet at Kelly Tractor Company : "to. release the Captives' ," Reel Ned Hagar. M Mrs. Maggs the new cleanIng will be auditioned Sunday afternoon pened last year when the >
Sugarland Pharmacy the meeting of the Oewis-. at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon "to Give. Sight to the Blind," Feb. 21-Lillian. Hooks Pete lady; Cheryl Lee as Mary at Holdrldge Music Studio was opened for water hate bop
ton Assembly of Rainbow Girls to work on they float for the. to "Free the Oppressed," "to Turner Mrs. Esther Davidson Lou Brennan, a high school: senior announced Billy Dane chair
Monday evening, Diane Rackstraw Fair parade. The girls who wish Proclaim the Year of the Lord" Feb. M May Knott. Mrs. ; Matt Stanton.as Don Donley. man Circle T is one of the k.
PIZZAYU received a certificate: tor to ride on the float are to meet to 'Bring! Salvation by 4betixion" Cruci Fred W. Orris. who .Is Mary Lou's boy friend; A variety! of talent is sought coders\ in the: country ante.
outstanding service to Rainbowin opposite the Post, Office at 4 and "to Bring life fey Feb. D-H. 1.. Davit Larry Williams as Larry Dar for the show and everyone who tracts I/he top-ranking rifai

2-3311 the Clewlston Assembly The p.m. Monday. the Resurrection" will be treat.ad Feb. 24-Loulae Miler LInda Icy, Don's older brother; Bar has any talent with which to Iron the western cattle probe
certificate was signed by the Plans were made for the in individual sermons with Walker James M. Harris, Joe bara Rigby as Mica Entwhlatle.: entertain others Is invited to log states and from Flonii'irangts.

Rainbow booth at the Fair the final sermon on Easter Domlnguez, W. G. Perry. the domineering principal\ of audition. Selections will be .
I and tor the sale of car tags and morning. Feb. 25-AHce Barton Pembroke; Glenlce Raulerson made to give a well-balanced\
the doll house.Following The church'will hold a special Feb. 26-Mrs. Goldle Duna- as Miss Prathcr tong tame program, said Doane. Performances are at 2:30 plea

the meeting refresh'ments Good Friday Communion Service way Amos V. McClelland,, Mrs. mathematics teacher; Beverly
on March 27. Melvin Wilder. :Mrs W. M. Bigg attractive and .
were served by Mrs. Preston as !the
Glen Etherton. Mrs. Melvin Pape Mrs. Ernie viviaclous Jane Gardner the

0 I Redish. new counselor; Chris: Kelly as
Church women 27 Edna A. R.
Feb. Dana. student New For SpringWhite
Carol Izzard, a high school
Torbert Sr.. J. C. Marshal
Shower honors ; Phyllis Crouch as Mrs.
RESTAURANTJOIN met at Beardsleys William Palmer Viola Tlndate. Donley the mother of Larry and

Goldman and Deb
Don. Jackie
Mra. J. E. Beardsley was hostess bie extras. Stag's loveliest in! new new fabrics
Mrs. Richard LongThe b the members of the Kemp en

US IN OUR FIGHT TO afternoon circle of the Women's For an evening of hilarious

Union Hall was the setting Association of the Community. entertainment we'll see you at Fairway Pastels

for a stork shower honoringMrs. Presbyterian Church Wednes the Sugarland Auditorium on
STAMP OUT HOME COOKING!II Richard Long Friday night! day. Patients admitted Eugene Thursday March I, at 8 p.m. Knit shirts or drip-dry tailored shirts

when Misses. Alice Booker and A Bible study was given by Taitum! Charlotte Langdale. Ca- Admission is 75c: for students

Widest variety of fine foods Fay Bledsoe were hostesses. Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Sr., and lava Mary Bryan James Hen and one dollar for adults. Slims, pedal pushers Jamaicas Bermudas
Mrs. Frank Cackling conducted ry Hamfl. Charles Christian,
.... ... **. After a social hour the honoree business meeting. Carolyn Hcfens. Bonnie: Our- Tickets may be obtained from s-t-r-e-t-e-hfabrics
ttia horizontal
i. in
100 miles .
I opend and 'displayed! the Attending Mrs. Raymond move Harry Englehart. Vernon any member of the Senior Class
bvely gifts received The at the door.
many or
hostesses served cake and punchto Christian\ Mrs. DeLaney. Mrs. Walker Gloria hive Laura Blue haze or pink pearl
"- C. W. Fuller. Mrs. W. C. Watson, David Douglas DelmarForrester.
Mrs James Rudd Mrs E. C. Wright. Mrs. Christina Doty; Mllda De La Tom, City court in
Coleman. Mrs. Mark Addison Mrs. IL R, Hall Mrs. Dan Su.lolivan Wanda Billie, Amarylies Har
(- .;. .;.
Miss CayleClark, Mrs Jerry
( Mrs Win. C. Owen, Mrs). room Lewis Mesaer Mary Cy special session
Harris. Mrs. Jackie Vowell.
Wm. H, Lanier Mrs. Fred Or press. Helen Sapplngton. Donald
I II I Mrs. D. N. Curry Mist Anna via Mrs. J. D. McDavld Mr* Lange, Calvin Platt, John R. Because of the large number White garden print shirt
Petal Misses Susie and Doris Stag's tountry
1 Owen Risher Jr.
Foy Durrence Mrs. Mclntyra, Langdale of arrests over the weekend
Booker :Mrs. Lynn Yoder. Mrs.
Mrs. Conkllng and Mrs. Beards- Patients remaining Delia acting city Judge Carlos To combine with color shorts
Kenneth Hansen, Mrs. Bonnie Richaud. Helen Sapplngton. Donald plain
Icy Dickey held a special city court
Heater and Mrs. J. E. Heater
'I..OURTESYras Lange, Mllda De La Tom session
Monday morning.
from Gewiaton and Mrs. La-
] Delmar For
Mattie Reynolds: Cases included
verne MlOier! Mrs. Imogene' Clubs to hear tester AmaryUse Harrison C. Lundy Monday no valid driver's Troy license .; ; ""
Godwin, :Mrs. Clarence Thnepand \
John R. Langdale Owen Risher
.! ( 5 days; Paul Slpes driving -
Mrs. Leland Rennolds
I talk, on Binoculars Jr., Mary Cypress Wanda BOBe while 1 under the influence of
Belle Ctade. and Charlotte Langdale Laura Intoxicating beverages $200 or New Shipment Maternity Wear
Garden Club
Watson Aaron Cypress, Rosen:
60 days and license! revoked;
FHA .,members are Lake Okeechobee Audubon Feb So- Buck, Rogelio limeades, Herbert Rube McGee, no valid driver'slicense Jeanette cotton ensembles in drip-dry blends
deb trill meet together Cypress David Douglas,
$15 or S days; Rufus
ruary 27 at the First Methodist Calvin Plait Martha Jumper
hostesses at tea Church. A covered dish supper Teresa Edward. Carolyn Ed- McGee.Kenneth DWI Ward$200 no or valid 60 days driv; very reasonably priced

will be served at 1:30: p.m. tol- .
The members of the Future enl, Gloria SUva.Country er's license $25 or 5 days; Andrew
lowed by a program.
Homemakers. of America gavea Vovtko. awhile drunk $25
There will be a talk on "Bl-
s pEs tea Sunday afternoon In the Club NotesBy cr 5 days; E. J. Hill, public Toggery Shop
oEPAiar Home EC room tt the high drunk 5 days; David Candy
school complimenting their Lett MeCoaviUe public drunk 5 days; and Clyde

mothers honorary membersand r 4 Lowery, public drunk. 5 days.
: past chapter presidents.The Lots Is going on) at One: Country Cases handled last Wednesdayby

refreshment table was Club these days! The construction Judge Dickey included Albert .

decorated with a red and white Thurs. FrI.. Feb. 20 11 of the new Pro Shop Is F. Saunders careless driving
Valentine bouquet. No One Under 18 Yrs. going as scheduled. The course $15 or 3 days; Harry
Sandra Brasher and Anita "SUNDAY IN NEW YORK" is constantly' being improvedand Washington petty larceny 30
Carlin served tea, coffee and JANE FONDA it is in a beautiful condition. days with conditional pardon
! Why experienced other refreshments Mrs. Abner CLIFF ROBERTSONSat "Everyone is encouraged needs to. providing he leave Hendry county End of Month
participate. AH your golf .
Vann and Mrs. Beryl Bowden Mary public drunk
honorary members and Mrs. R. Feb. 22 are available at he Pro Shop. $25; James J. Williams, cane-
trawG=ls ] V. Cochran as past FHA president DOUBLE FEATURE say Bill Baker, the new man.surer. !less driving $101 and Wilson
: Braddy no driver's license $35
were among the 30 guests CREEK" The men's Calcutta will be or 15 days.Home. SALE
presentThe AUDIE MURPHY played on March 1st, and the
'. committee: that plannedand Ladles Association Invitational.
TraiiwaysTratlways carried out the tea was 8W01D OF LANCELOT" Tournament will be this Friday EC girls
I composed of Anita Carlin, chairman CORNEL WILDE with Lehlgn and Sebrlng par Futura Convertible. 4 speed transmission

Sandra Brasher Debbie Belle Glades ladles learn child
( treats you better.i. all over the map I Fearcjr.: Sue Tosnlinson. Mary Sun. Mon. Tues. will be unable to come due to care radio bucket seats as clean as new
first class In America's Slas, Mild Turner who were Feb. 23 24 .. 23 four-week
I Travel most modern buses. other arnmitanents.Dee Climaxing a period $1995One
Vista-view. windows. Reclining seats. Immaculate assisted oat the tea by Jan "DEAD RINGER" Holoubek 'won first prize of child care in restrooms.And people schooled to make your trip Brantley Alice Murphy/ ', Joy BETTS DAVIS and Ruth McCarthy second at courses, students of the
R pleasure... all the wayl I Waldron Donna Redials, Barbara MALDEN last Friday's Ladies Day. They ninth grade homemaking classes owner. Low mileage Spotless.
Zemonek and Susan Schkk. bad the most pars or under on sponsored play periods) in the ,

a Mute round. school In which approximately 1961 Falcon 2dr. $9 95
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Belvedere Station Wagon. Air conditionerOne

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t: A-l condition. 40 miles per gallon.

i! E.a.valon earth !,'f\\ 1958 5imca 4-dr. sedan $195
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N. FrsscUes Avs. Ph. MM r
.t i Hendry County .
Clark, David McCarthy Cesar
BJWAY CLEWlSTON FLA. Martinet sad Barnle Bryan.
I' They were chosen ss new Members of the Glades Chapter W YU 31301Pale
TRAILWAYS the Order b a Tap-Oat Ceremony at ClewbUa Wednesday

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Thursday., February 20, 1964 r r +hf it
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driven by LaGunas, was trlVI -
,I nit! souh: at an eaceMlve Exchange student f
< red when it veered to the left, {
kidded over 550 feet a"... toui
i ght aide ot the road again talks at RotaryYaap
..,>1: lilt: the roadside: canal,
i?ads!: one complete turnover Rldder an engineering
1: t l.1nt:1,: rijtvt tide up In age exchange: student from the Neth.
:I \ inn:ely i feet of water, the erlaods, wa* guest speaker at
:fi.ccr ald. The Highway Pa. Rotary Club Monday, describingthe
tr I was called about 8 *jn. reclamation projects which
of r Paul Bowdcn observed the are welling land from the sea,
.r In the: canal to provide additional farm lands
s While Investigating the accident and living apace for the crowded
Edward Rodriguez: 33, Netherlands."In i
Mexican d the same address, our coastal area we have
walked by end was connected 12 million people living on 12H
with the accident by gash on million square mile; in Florida
nil forehead and mi-wet< condition you have 4V4 million people: liv ,
though he denied knowing lug on 54,000 square mile so
IIITIIII anything about the accident you can see our need tar acquiring dl'
Tomllnson said. Later In the more land."
,day, Inquiries were made by Pushing back the sea to create
labor camp residents! regarding land for use is a difficult and
BOYS ON THE INNER CIRCLE HONOR tore was made. Bandy had a broken leg and the absence ot the two, resulting e x p e n live engineering Job,
ROLL AT CMS. were ataambered by the Patrick was UL The ethers are shown left to
In a return to scene about which has occupied the'Netherlands
but only by one persoa. Two boyi right: seated RIck, Miller 1YtY r'rtA
girls, Jim Brandon 2 pjn. at which time IaGunaa'body for many years The traditional I
I Cockrlll and Patrick Kelly were na- Steve Ben David Beardiiley ,
Randy ; standing. Body was found about 20 feet Holland windmill which
to attend the Retail luncheon which Barton, But Lawrence DID McCarthy, X
able Tony from where the car bad come for decades pumped the water !
honored the croup last week when this pie- Miller and Eugene Hlne. STAFF PHOTO.was j r
to rest, according to the offi off line lands have given way to rya jt
cer' report. Cause of death modern mechanized pumps and
Miss Patricia Robarts of Group was attributed by a local physician [- there are (thousands of pump I- l- i
Arcadia. tourneyin to drowning, though there stations. The Zuyder Zee reclamation ----- ..
were bruises and cub about hli project will create 500,-
Mrs. Jeffrey. Eastman and Pahokee head 000 acres of land, of which 300- '
her baby ecn. Tray, of Palo Rodrlquez 000 acre will be left as a conlervatlon
The acwtston Hc will was charged by
Alto: Calf n
I are guests of her area for fresh waterto
Journey to Psbokee n 'zlThursday for fatting to report
sun', M'S. Charles
B. Owens, be used for recreation purposes -
night to tackle the an accident and is being held
and family as well as to help stave
In The
homtsUndbif Blue DrvOs Heniry County Jail. passenger
., Mess, Vann. In the opening fame of the later told the whole eft the enroachment salinity,
Judy of Stetson .
1 t 1 University; spent the weekend Group U, Class B basketball tory< and eald that he was too. said. Ridder. This project scheduled
for completion In 1980 will
cared to
tournament.The tell officer and had
with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. coat $800 million.
gone to a near by tavern and:
Mary Pierce ct Jones- Abner H. Vann. winner Ridder told of the devastating -
Mrs! wW play Okee- pent most it the morning drinking r -
ro Ark, and Mr* Vert of chobee on Friday night at beer. floods in 1953 when the dikes
,mpa were guest of their Mr and Mrs George Cowleacf 8:00:( for the right to represent broke In locations, and 375,000
ter Mrs. Ross LaByei e**l Mount Vernon N. Y., visited tV* (rout In the re. Assisting! Tomllnson with the acres were Inundated with saltwater
nily last week. Also guealsithe the R. H. Crawfords on Sunday. Cional p':ayotfa for the right Investigation were' Deputy; Sher-" drowning 800 persons
LaByers were their t. f. IG the state tooraa- ltd Strnuui Dyess Calvin Swindle and forcing 700,000 persons to STREAMLINE It "slides in" easily. fits smoothly
;phew and niece. Mr end Mrs. Guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Keith meat In GstnesWaa.aewlatea and LM Carlton, Chief of evacuate the area. Concrete between cabinets an 'count .
shel Hicks: of Memphis. King for a few day last week PoLce Wendell Whaley, Policemen caissons, which had been used YOUR KITCHEN rs.
was bar sister, Mrs. Jewell k seeded lint Sherrlll l Price and Cleric. in the Normandy Invasion were gives all the beauty of a builtin.B .
Mrs, Thelma Hlglnbotham; andr Yates of Chicago, who .is now In the tourney en the McCeltand. Justice of Peace rushed to Holland from Britain WITH AN Here's up-to-the-minute cookingconvenience
tan end: daugHter-ln-law. Visiting friends in Englewood strength of having prerloasly Eddie Crosby was also called to and dumped into the breaches)
and Mrs. Dale Hlglnbotham and will return for another visit. beaten Okeechobee and Sarasota were weekend cjuests with the Kings before' leaving Pahokee this season. the cause of death was acci: the dikes could be rebuilt ALL N Eli oven lowers toCALORIC
the home of Mrs. M. V. ClotIty Florida. .. dental. Ridder said the land reclaimed -
Mrs. Dale Higinbotham! -:;;-? While Investigating wreck from the sea has great deal 140 degrees ,-, speedy, smokeless

s guest soloist. at the Prestcrlan Mr. and M.is. Fred W. Orris Laborer dies as Tbmlinaon alas. taweatlgatedt of salt In the oU and the fistyear Hi-Lo brol'er:! pulls all the way out
church Sunday earnMr had M their guest for the week- of its,emergence a special:
another accident
about 500 feet
e end their son, John R. Orris, grass Is grown on It, which built-in thermostatically
north rubber tired Cater.pillar
at a
of Dalton City HI.. who 'flew accident result helps use up the salt; the second : converts to 6th
tractor crashed Into the griddle
end Mrs. David H. Pattln down for a brief stay in the year a special wheat Issown C PAOTO5controlled
side! of a Glades County Sugar ,
returned last weekend him Florida sunshine. Other guests Jesse LaGunas, 24, Mexican Growers Coop emUraUer.Totnlinaon and the third and fourth oven and broiler doors
'If ncnoymoon: trip! fc New during, the weekend were Mr ]laborer. living at Brown's Farm, years almost any crop can be for cleaning. H Price?
cans where they attended and Mrs. James Doble of Bethany died as a result of accident aald *n
Mardi Gras testlvitlej.. Bore UL, and Barton Freelandel early Monday morning, accord- Kibbler, 24, fatted!! to heed the very fertile and Is considered: UI1 36" model shown, just $000.00.
her marriage Mrs. PaXttson Crowley, La. tog to Trooper Dave Tomllnsonof warning of the roadside flag uperior soil.
man and entered SR 832 traveling Easy Terms:
the Florida Highway Patrol, Udder, who has three monthsIn
who Investigated the accident east and truck the Coup the U. S. A. ha* also spent RANGE See Caloric exciting Compacto now
vehicle in the aide, causing an. similar
three months on exchange -
after LaGunas'
and later
estimated $1,500 damage to the
project: In France.
his body was found In roadside
FOR canal. Caterpillar tractor and $150:! to Chuck Prater Introduced the
ra the Coop truck. Willie J. Hancock speaker, and Carl Hornsby presided .
In reconstructing the aerlea driver of the Coop truck at the meeting. '
of events. Tomllnson said that continued on and parked on the John SUitt, ,attendance chairman Glades Gas Co.
he wreck occurred about 2.30m.
: shoulder of the highway, while reported 100 per cent attendance
on SR S32 2 miles south Kibbler Jumped from his tram in person, and 100 per I
,. of Clewl: tm. The 1956 Buick tor prior to the collision. No
cent either In person or by
YU 2.1311 DAN McCARTHY Clewiston Fla.
one was Injured according to make-ups PJ.one ,
Tomlinson and the U. S. 8. C. Il'
1 1AKE WALESAMPHITHEATER tractor continued on Into the

roadside ditch. Kibbler WM ,
charged: with violation ot the
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eat help Not U yon bought your

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Saturday Feb. 22ndCome j that Plymouth-Valiant Dealers are not taking any standing performance to make it the compact that I

after bowling beer is a 'natural : credit for their success they're just pointing with truly has the "big car feel." As proof, soles are I
h pride to the new '64 Valiant. They'll tell you that soaring faster than at any time in Valiant's history. ) '

After the you'vi bowled game or two,or when you're winding up out and enjoy 1 this power-packed compact sells itself How? With Come in and drive one and prove it to yourself.

with rtnmS friends at the neighborhood bowling center,it'i good!to relax 1 ,.i i
and What better to add to the '
compare scores way
sport:: and the tociableness than with n refreshing glass of beer A Free Drink .
llawever waition you take your fun-beet always nukes ft welcome: I LOTS OF GOOD LATE MODEL USED CARS TOO! I ;

to the party. ::

w"Your!familia glass of beer li also t pleasurable reminder that Finest Beer .. Wine Liquors SEE THE HAPPY MEN WHO SELL VALIANT! a \ .
beet Lm..laSdof? pmonal'If dom- nd that our right to enjoy _
those if we 10 desire,It lust one,bat an Important one Of

penonal freedoms. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McDuffie Highway & .
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of all community support and
assault bnP >
SIJr THE CLEWISTON NEWS Gewlston, Fla. ., .. traffic hours on the two days of log on curve bare adult leader -....
- parking, auto theft, aggravated now is! M' king Glades ; ..
I rodeo, Saturday + cr:
T i
: the Circle
1984 Roofi
Thursday February 20, \: T : ,
T j-- ,
--- : and Sunday February 22 and assault, and breakingand for the girls club. A leader AU Tl Rig "V,-
< .", '. ;. ..-....... ,I 23 entering with Intent to commit with knowledge of sowing! would Sheet Pt.Metal of l 1peW<<
jectlves, and goal; Actually, grand larceny. the club and New
H R. Parfltt dis'rlct en- be a big help to ConllrucUo:
Farm credit this close relationship. is the prvr y,,., Fin! cer. has stated that the Two each for resisting arrest is really needed very much: Repair Jobs w
sources of much of strengthin escape
our State Read Department asked carrying concealed: weapon
providing: sound credit Gar : for the closing, and the bridge : from custody, improper The club hope some lady lathe Phone 2-7111
adoptsnew farmers.' driving CP the community will vounteer to Do
system 1 will not for boat from 12 or
Behind these emblems are remarkable coon to 3:30: p.m. and from wrong side of road, possess: of help them and will. contact: the P. Dollle h
credit institutions, County Agent for details. CLEWiSTON,1tpjA
4:30: to T;30 p.m. on those two deer without horns.
emblemsThe deeply rooted in the history of dates Commercial !tows will be Three each for failure: to have

American! agriculture The allowed to pass through promptly vehicle under control, driving
Federal. Land Bank Association farmer-owned Federal Land between noon and 3:30 p.m. while Intoxicated. Four each for Residential o Commercial
Bank Associations have served'
of Bnadenton Production hunting in Devil's Garden Area
Credit Association will put new farmers for 47 years with long- without permit illegal possession Remodel
term land bank loans to refinance Wiring
corporate. Identification emblems Sheriff reports'January of alcoholic beverage, destroying
into use on March 1, according debts and purchase and ". private property, public
to a joint announcementby improve farms. The Federal profanity, overwldth.! Electrical Contractors
Intermediate Credit Banks, established Company
W R May, manager of the
FLBA, and Herbert E. Cook, in 1923, supply loan arrestsThe Five each for petit larceny,
r general manager of the PCA. funds for local former-owned no driver's license, contributing Licensed and Bonded
On the same day, other organizations Production Credit Associations Hendry County SheriffsDepartment to delinquency of a minor; 10
of "% System throughout the nation make short-term production those! case made by the and battery, and 63 for
will also put the new corporate loans and .intermediate ,: .'1'<'\ Florida Highway Patrol and speeding 220 E. Ventura Ave. Ph. Yt
Identification Into effect term loans for! capital: purposesto Officers of the. Game and FreshWater 1 1.7171
;e These program include Federal farmers, and !the Banks for RICHARD PAPE RECEIVES AN AWARD for his HI/, years Fish Commission there
t Land Banks and Federal Land Cooperatives provide specialized of service as vocational Instructor and'Future Farmers of were 165 case made by the 4-H Girls Club
h Bank Association, Federal Intermediate credit service to farmer- America advisor at ceremonies last Monday night la the Sheriffs Department duringthe
*" Credit Banks and owned cooperatives Chapter classroom. The presentation was made by Joe David month of January, 1964, with plant social event
Production Credit Association, Funds loaned by the banks son president of the FFA Chapter Pipe la now serving as an additional 12 oot-of-< I' and Banks for Cooperatives. and associations are obtainedby office manager for the Agriculture Stabilisation and Conservation warrants served, for a total of The Girls 4-H Club planned a THE PETE SMITH HOMES
Farmers end their cooperatives the banks. from the sale of Service la Moore Haven.-STAFF PHOTO. 177 arrests. party as one event to stimulate:

borrow $5.6 billion.a year thru bonds and debentures on !the The delivered 22 interest in membership and at Designed For Florida Living Pleasure
R this public market to private! Invest department tendance. This will be in- the
r. system.The ors. The Federal Land Bank brought about by a bathing suit public service messages where form of a hot dog roast on Friday .
Federal Land Bank QUALITY -
new will ECONOMY
Citrus PCA
Association emblem It Association of Bradenton was manufacturer, protesting the tax public service had foiled and March 13th at the American
blue oval, the new PCA emblem a deep founded in 1917. Today it baa on bathing suits. (turned over $5,121.57 to: the Legion Hall, according to Built By:
: is a brilliant red oval, and the loans outstanding in excess: of finance Presently being considered: by County Fine end Forfeiture the members present at a meet.
7, Banks for Cooperatives' a me- $8009000. The Federal Land grovesComplete the committee are overnight Fund. log Monday. SOUTHERN AIR BUILT HOMESA
Bank Association of Bradenton. camping facilities on the levee
tallic gold oval. The overall emblem Arrests Included: one each
Gall Hall, presidedat
f for the Farm Credit System along with 45 other associations: one-stop financing west of the culvert; boating facilities for running. stop sign Improper secretary FLORIDA CORPORATION
in Florida, Georgia, North for citrus growers In Hendry : at the Alva locks: ; making is also an oval. The pillars turn, allowing an unauthorized 2V& Years Serving Florida's
Club IIome-Makers
Carolina and South Carolinaown and nine other counties was of barrow pit east of Clew- Patsy Cox, the president
of its illustration the to drive of
represent person contempt
I and act as agent for the made possible February 7th by lotion on US 27 into wayside decided to enter a convertible"
three banking groups, the roof court, vagrancy, speed too great with two 4-H members to repre- SALES REPRESENTATIVE WANTED
Florida Citrus Production Credit! and additional
Federal Land Bank of Columbia. park; improved
signifies( the uniting service objective for conditions, public Indecency
sent club in the Fair
the par
Association from its newly 14 and
established facilities on adjoining
and the solid foundation The Bradenton Production possession of firearms in man Southernaire
branch office at 2807 The <
symbolize the strong financial Credit Association and 76 other" canals agement area, parole vialatlon, ade.The
.7 base of the system. The oval of associations In ..the four< A.
H. Whitmore
this emblem is: enclosed by the area are served by the Federal as general for February Zt at ,
made deposit -
the first t.
t words, "Farm Credit. Service." Intermediate Credit! Bank of manager of $260,000 covering !loans a.m. In Orlando for a pub- u

} "Up to *he present," Dick Columbia. The Bradenton PCA to be made in this area lie hearing regarding the
May and Herbert Cook said, was established in 1933. Today, establishment of a 4game
it has 693 members and boa Anticipating. loans in 1964 by
"banks and associations of the management area at LI, according
system have used a variety of $15,811,000 In loans outstanding. the association to Florida citrus to a legal notice FOR SALE
I emblems. As a result there was Area tanners borrowed 114,333- growers !to amount' to $24 million elsewhere In t thlo "' 1Ie. r 1, I Iy
little .Indication that our institutions 000 from the association In 1963. Whitmore cited !the new
i.y; are related and have "Our new corporate identification branch office in Sebring as evidence The Hendry. County Fish and
s closely correlated: purposes, ob- program will become a of (he confidence: and willingness Game Club has made a request 125 foot ((2% lots) on Del MonteIn
nationally known former-owned of the association to that LI be made into a fish
trade-mark: ," Mr. May and Mr. meet the financial needs! of these management area and Indications heart of best residential section.
Sugarland Pharmacy Cook pointed out "It reflects growers, now and in ithe future. are that It has been approved
I our modernization in farm credit The Sebring office under the Fry said. The area, sew
20 ft.
side for
; PIZZAYU methods to keep pace with the direction: of Harold Moreland. eral ;years ago was noted for alley. at your driveway
needs of modern farming In Jr., assistant secretary is available the excellent fishing which has
2-3311 this community" to citrus growers in Har- continually decreased in the

.\ dee, DeSoto, Manatee Sarasota past three years. A survey made $3,300on 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Carport Utility Boom
': Hendry! Charlotte, Lee, Collier, by the Fish and Game Commis
Monroe and Highlands counties.: lion revealed that a recent test Features:
): kill gave a 47 per cent count of terms well financeJ. -
l mudfish and 95 per cent weight Ceramic Tile Sills Tub and Shower, Vinyl Tile

Fry tells ofcommittee count. During 1958-59. the tame Floor and Base Mfg Kitchen Cabinet Awning Nod
type kill gave a 62 mudfish.
count and 11.95 weight count. INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS
plansJack Should the area be designated
.; as a. game management area, FOR MORTGAGESWe
') the area will either be completely REAL ESTATE BROKERE.
Fry a member of the killed out and restocked: or refer to happy customers.
; you many
TrlrCounty Recreation Committee limited species kill will ,be Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2.7501
told fellow Klwanlans of CLIP and Mail For FREE BROCHURE
plans the group to making for used, Fry said.
ve Fry also told member of the r SOUthern-A: ;
this area at their luncheon meeting recent fish kills observed near Main Office Built Homes, Inc
last Wednesday at the Inn.Fry's .
Industrial Canal, between Clew. P.O. Box 1871 Punta Oorda Fla.
committee Is working latch and Lake Harbor and In 3422 Fowler
with the State and Southern and the lake Itself Pumping of ATTENTION! I
Central Florida Control Districtin drainage water< was credited Ft. Myers Name

planning the area recreational as a result facilitiesfor of the with
the area as a result of the ___________
recently passed legislative bill St. Lucie bridge TO THE FUTURE AND

which is creating., such a fund WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING '
I,I.,, from S per cent additional. tax, will be closed : "'" 'v. tit '"
at the wholesale level Fry The bridge over SS Lucie
l Built to be overworked said, however, presently the Canal at Indlantown, on SR 710 A Low Cost Farm Mortgage-
funds are tied up !in court because will be closed to navigation FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
of pending law suit during the heavy vehicular Will Fwnlih Cash Tolenaaaeo IIMMIYlH.IILJII

overloaded over the years. _' __ ..r------ ......_ ..... .. .C debts.rtnaico '
farm Improvements
aew buildings par' AWAYFREE
<" Pile on the paytoad. This one can carry more weight than chase wind machines and Install irritation.Assist .

you can usually get board. Vi ton? Surel) Vi ton? Certain .m parehase of a farm grove or ranch'
Purchase more lead.e .
lyl % ton?Why notl And how It worktl The'J.ep' Universal Provide capital roads for the farm enterprise.

.' was built to stay on the Job year after year-without losing ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN mi*

Ks usefulness or value) Test It today-sae why the 'Jeep HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES AT
1. lower
Universal the world leader In Its.class.Three power take payments.
S. longer terms (ClP to It yean).
t'off options. Available with half or fuU cabs-or convertibletop. S. Dependable service (serving agriculture eicloslvely AL FILLER'SMoiu1
t Also available In 80* 81* or 101* wheelbase since 1117)).

.P' 4. Fan prepayment ,privileges without penalty
: VIRIAratirowIRN4VSRTYAaaMDISTRUOTI B. Laa service by bed people familiar with local arrieoltore. -

KMIIR,.. IfIfA'rH/IN T>i"I,Ohl.JeP!' C.
If wo can bo of service to yea please write or phone : Paint Store
W. R. HAT' Mgr.' or DOTLE E. ABBOTT Aist Mgr'

SUGARLAND MOTORS Federal Land Bank Associationof Complete Line of Paint' and Supplies

841. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston Phone YU 2-3281

See'Jap'vehicle. In action,In. 7:00 p.m. Bradenton 144 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston Fla

"US QfiUTEST HOW (I ESSIF Monday & Friday PHONES' 713-1051 BRADENTON. FLA.
.,. '" .,. '" .,. t.tt

r ram Asslstaat Coot Asset Jerry Flint, I.dII members

Gayle Terbert and Steve Mecca are ...._ prior to leavingfor
i\\ the Florida State Fair .m Tampa last week. Friday was
4-H Day at the fair' and these members together with Nancy Line Of
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES, Inc. Attrition( and Carl Willis of Felda assisted as .host and .hostess c Complete
I' the &-II booth. TATF rHOTO.' +

830 E. Sugarland Hwy. YU 2-2661 a, Building Material


,,1 has on display the following ,The demand for fat .

I b New Mobile Homes F and stocker For Large or Small

cattle is heavy :C Concrete Jobs, Our Radio

.{ 1 Deluxe 55x10' Marlette the
; ;. Buy only Controlled Trucks Will
.4 : 2 bedroom
: Commander private dining room ".

t" cattle you want Deliver Your Needs Quick

1 2-bedroom, 50110' Marlette; front liv. rm.

*. r ly and Efficiently.

? 1 2-bedroom, 53x12' Marlette, ft. kit. :

-Sale. Every Monday at 1:00: P.M. .
+ 1 3-bedroom, 55ilO' 1ft bath Esquire .
i 4

Also Uiei *

1-bedroom 8x37' Star GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc.Call

US 27 East PL YU 2-2661: Clewiston .
Phone WT W02I Belie Glade Fla. YUkon 2-4411 ,

Haiti St.ClewiatoPage


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are OERVI8 hereby HATHCOCK.and dc utd.' INVITATION TO BIDDERS Clewllton, 11a. TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven
nmiri d rmiulr-il'
to fil. my ,'I lm. .r demand The City r"mml.*lon of the Thursday, February 20. 1964
tLASSIFIED .hleh< UK/ may knee against city of riewinton will receive I
said .1"1. In the offIee of tho sled bid up to aid: KtT) .
ADS <;>unt' Judge of H.nJrv County, February 24, U84 on the follow
Klnrldii., ln the courthouio at Inn automotive equipment at
Liilltll. Hotlda. within its calendar which tint they will b* opened Harlem NewsNews
month from th* date of end read aloud:
the first publlcutlon of this' One (1) 1SH4 Moojel Truck Cab
notlr' Each claim or demand and Chuale. w/dump-bd.
Four ROOMS FOR RENT must b. In writing and must Mlnlpnum Requirement:
SSIFIED slate the place of residence and or S cyL Not IBM than 1(5 of Our Colored CommunityMRS.
word per Insertion. 70 2-6881. tic V FRESH shipment Annual Flow post office addrcu of the claimant H. P.
? and moat b* sworn to by lh.claimant Hard faced full routing salvo
minimum charge; four InrUonl oer and Vegetable plants. Car- his JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored New Editor
nts FOR RENT-Furnished or hi* at. Heavy duty oil bath air cleaner
for the price of three. bin Farm Ranch Supply. F27e torney or It .n\.I voidaccording .
and trailers. Johnson Fishing to law. The law r*> 4 ped tranimlialon.Heavy Phone YU J-7651
YUkon J-1201 Camp. FOR SALE-Repossessed Spinet quire claim to b* filed In dup- duty clutch.
PHONE limits. Wheel base ltd".
piano. $525. Holdridge Nude February I, 1011. Cab to Aale-14" Personal Mention disease education workshop.

Persons whose Dames esp.pear FOR Co. YU 2-4781. FebZOc /sKIE HATHCOCK. H. D. Rear Auzilllary Springs MM. Mary Stewart, Mr. Lu- This program will be held at
Administrator of the matt not leee than 1100 Ibi. .
? the classified ad of Oervl Hnthoock, deceai.d pacitrper iprlnr ca cue Wilson and Mrt. Grace ColUni Harlem Academy, April 13 and

ma pick BP two Psse to 1271. WHILE THEY LAST, pacage h/ Carlo R. Dickey'; Tires: ID: x 10 10 ply front accompanied Rev. Holmesto 14. This workshop is free.
of dozen 3"x5" scratch Attorney toe Administrator and dual roar.
Thestre.cTrnpUient one
Dixie Crystal FOR ClowlHion: 'F.I': I.d Truck to b* painted darle sreen. Jacksonville where they attended The first session will be eonducted -
ef the News pads for only 25c.: Place a CN 480. 15 50. I7j; Custom built flat dumps !the! Founder Day Celebration by Dr. William F. Kill,
Pallet must be er ( scratch pad In every room of March I. 1X4. II feet lung x I ft. wide. of the A. M. E. Church
and Thestre. Park. 'MER !/."' Diamond deck (smooth : Hendry County Health officer,
cUe All channel under structure
dewliton News. U
--da' FOR and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF crone cilia on II" centere Among tile out of town relative 3:15.: The second session will

plex. manage Route FOR SALE Parakeets 82.00 CIRCUIT THD TWELFTH, IN AND FOR JUDICIAL HENDHT 41"metal Cab window.protector w/expandej attending the funeral of be conducted by Mr*. Mary

: ( consider up, Mynah birds, African lovebirds COUNTY IN FLORIDA' II" tapered win*. Mn. Mildred Jane Keller were Alyce Shirley, Health Educator,
Obispo CASE CHANCERY Side-board pocket ((4 each Mr. Carrie Kennedy and Charlie Florida State Board of Health,
old.) Earn monkeys, cages supplies.Pet NO 1401 and 1X0 side).
Pacific from the boarding. Thompson Wild SHELL: HOMB FINANCE! COR. Rear Apron w/hnle for r*. Kersey Florence S. C.. Mr*. Jacksonville, Fla.. Tuesday,

} Wilson personal Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- PO RATION, Plaintiff, Class ce..ed S Marion directional 711A clcnal holt. or K. Grant. Wilmington.! N. C., April 14, at 3:15.: In order to

Fla. borne write 1236. tIc ROBERT.GLENN equal capacity. :Mill Altomese Healer. Atlanta complete plan for ''this!. workshop

see 1 O. Box 627. DOHia LYNN JACKSON JACKSON and his Dump bed black.to be mounted andpainted Ga., and William Dawson Baltimore please contact Mr. A. A.

FOR SALE-Upright piano, a wife ALUMA HOUSE INC., One ((1) Chevrolet model 1401 Me!. Thomas or Mr. D. B. H1U.

a4k bargain. Holdridge Music Co. \MPn N.W INC T.! W.HARVARD C. BEN-, Flat bed dump truck to .beaccepted Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thompson The regular meeting of the
a* part p"In.nt.F.d.r.1
YU 2-4781. yebZOC d/b/a_BENSON LUMUKH: AND were guests of Mr. and Band Parents will be held on
=: REDI MIX, .
Tax Exemption IU.D.I.h.d. Mrs. Emanuel Elegiac and Mrl. Thursday night (tonight), Feb.

liAl ESTATE FOR SALE & or debit RENT a new piano, $800 per BENSON REDI MIX W*.f C.! NFN. / Julia. Sale, 'the put weekend 20, at 8:15: p.m. It Is urgent
qualified month on rental purchase SON and W. T.
HARVARD, Th. City Commission rsaernsthe
tA. Mr. Thompson .is employed in that all members be present
'II Owiston. plan. Holdridge Music Co. Phone right to accept the lowest or
JOR SALE-a bedroom CBS Commission YU 2-4781. Feb20e yes Plaintiff, beet bid and to reject any or all deviation and Mrs. Thompson J. S. Gajadha' President.

(home with 3 lots 75x180 intopical plus liberal ROBERT GLENN JACKSON and Dlds. C. ... BLAIR. il the cousin: of Mr. Sales. The regular P. T. A. meeting

Homeslte on Pine IsLid. I REGISTERED CITRUS TREES DORIS LYNN JACKSON his Interim City Manaser. The many friend of Mr*. will be held Monday night at 8
Phone wife,
y. HOUSE INC.! CN n'-F.b. II, 30 It...
For information call YU Worth 585- FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. HAMPTON,MAIN .| 514ELL Mary Brewster an* delighted p.m. There will be a box of

,44391 alter 5 p.m. Prce) 19000. Itc M. Tomllnson. One, Fla. Phone TION HOME, ''FINANCE CORPORA to know that the it up and on groceries given away. Get ;your

Marl2c RE 52786. tic Defendant. NOTICE!: FOR BIDS the go after being ill. and confined ticket early and avoid' the last
NOTICE!: OF SUIT Th. Moor. Haven Methodist to Hendry General Hospital minute rush. Member of the
SEAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Catadlum Bulb*, TO-: ROBERT GLENN JACK. Church offer for sale! the Old .
WE : SON and IXJRIS LYNN JACK- Church Building. Healed bid will for a few day organization are selling tickets..
loRTHSIDE home or investment 10 varieties, 25 cent each. SON, hi* wife.Addreni b* note 114. The Beauticians' League, Unit
etc. Certain Farm & Ranch Supply. Unknown The Church: :t reserves.bt'h. right'
( property, priced trucks, '' Lat known "ddr...- 110 Vn. to reject any and all bid. Card of Thank 26, of Belle Glade, Invite you to
ably under market Marl2c '1'illIICIT Florida I The uccuful bidder must remove We, the family of the late attend a Chocolate SIp Sunday
thatortcaK completely the church
CRTHSIDE bedroom frame.Furnished. FOR SALE-Splnet! plain Will a Complaint has been filed br building within 10 day of notice Mr. Mildred Jane Kelley wish February 23. at the borne of

[ Immaculate. $ transfer to responsible. part'willing SHELL HOME!: FINANCfJ COR- of acceptance, to expres our sincere thank Mrs. Geneva HoUls. Belle
I'ORATION against ID Hoard of Truitee.Klrit .
toRTHSIDE bedroom frame, IF ITS you and to Glade 4 Everyone is cordially
to assume easy monthly .bove..tyl.4 eauss to for.olose Methodist Church appreciation our many pm.
$9.000. installments. Write Credit Manager a upon the following Moor Haven, FloridaCN friend for their Undoes, during invited
dcrlbd property to-wlt: 41 -Feb. 10. 10, IT, 1114
REAGE as available. Maid, P. 0. Box 405 West Palm Lot 5. Block -H". OolfvUw the lllne and passing of r

ACRES NEW 2-BEDRooM 2 'Jacket Beach, or piano can be seen at Addition to the City of Clew. our loved one. We are grateful Note from the Friendly

bath frame home. Hardwood for m I WQf I 4EN' LeggettJonea Music Co.. 325 the Iston Plat Florida thereof, according recorded to In SOUTH. FLORIDA CONSERVANCY Indeed,to the staff of both hospital Christmas Barbie dub

rs. W. Ave A, Bell Glade. its Plat Hook I. Fife ID of the NOTICE OF IjANDOWNERS DISTRICT *, CtauMon and Miami The club J. making good prog

5 FHA HOMES In Broward. Street, County Official Florida Record) of Hendry MEETING Rev. Hoboes and member of real. The next meeting: will be

Palm Beach and Dade CO1ms or more In FOR SAI.E-Good used Birch and that you are required to file Notice I I. hereby given that inaccordance New Bethel A. M. E.; all held Saturday night. March 1.

various sizes) and prices. BLUM work. Will wood kitchen cabinet with with the Clerk of the ahoy.styled Chapter 104 with'7, Law the pro.I.lon.of of Florida friend" who cent (Cower, food, 1964. at the home of Mr. and

nail cash payment Very if inexeprl- double sink. 3 foot table top other pleading Court your to laid Answer complaintand or Act of 1H1 a meeting' of the cards, telegrams and every act Mrs. Clinton Blackrnon. You

DR RENT Efficiencies and Box white metal cabinet Wardrobe to eery a copy thereof upon owner Florida, of Conservancy land within District South of kindness Mar. God continueto are invited to Join our friendly

nouses as available.: Febl3p cabinet 2 feet deep, 3 feet wide, Fclbelman Hrltton. 400 Friedman Court, Hyman Home will be held on Tuesday March bless each and all of you.- family.
6 feet Call Mrs Square 10, I9", at 10:00: o'clock A.M., Lee and Mrs. Susie Beckton. president;
Over 1.000 vacant lot to select in high. LaByer Ruth Building 100 Southeast at the office of the mid Dlitrlct. Kelley family.
for all Various tel. YU :2-2891. talc Florida Street, Fort Lauderdale, In the City of Belle Glade. Countyof Mrs. Elbertha Blactanon financial .
3m purpose Root Beer Attorney for Plaintiff
Palm I Beach, State of Florida I ,
Shell NewsCub Mrs. Bernlto
Horn Scout secretary
23 Finance Corporation Boy ;
Ttrms.VESTMENT. Itc for the of eleotlnc one
ices ALL MAKES 21" USED TV purpoe
on or fcefor the llth
day of upervlaod for South norld.Con..r."nor Scouts Bobo, recording secretary; Mrs.
March, Scouts Boy
[ AND INCOME SET $1995 1114; If you fall to do
Jr. Guaranteed .o, a Decree Pro Confeeeo will District for a term of Troop 796, Harlem Fannie Davis, treasurer; Mr*. i
PROPERTY. of three and tleottnc one
down $14,04 month. LAKE b year
per against
you for re. .
Annie Jones reporter.BIRTH
ED 7- upervlior for South Florida celebrated Scout ,
Academy, Boy
60 MONTHLY RENTAL. Re- clerk- APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. tic lief demanded In said Complaint Conservancy District for a term
cent CBS construction, $25.000. DONE AND ORDERED at of on. year to fill the unexplred Week Feb. 7 through 13.
LEARN ex LaBell. Hendry County Florida, portion of the term of a Buper- Activities of the week:
}NG TERM, low Interest 1 Box thl. 11th dny of February !....
In visor who hen resigned and until Mr. and Mrs. John Motley
farm, cane, grove and ranch DOROTHY MOORB CI.ARK, their successors shall b* elected Church Service*-All Groups,
Fla. Phone
2-5901 .. Clerk of the Circuit Court or appointed and hall have New Bethel A. M. E., Feb. 9. are the proud parents ol a baby

ortgagei, minimum $50.000. Feb27e Byl(Seal Olney) C.Deputy OBanlon Clerk qualified, and for the purpose of Boy Scouts Luncheon Recreation girl born February 8, at Hen-
tranaactlnaurh other businessas
LISTINGS NEEDED CN 411_Feb. II, 10, 17; may com befort mild meetlnn. Hall. Feb. 11, 7 to 10 pjn. dry General Hospital. The
J. M. LANKFORD SLIP HOUSE WANTEDl'urnJ.abed, March I, 11... Wm JWFRIES, Secretary Chapel pr'O&raan-AI Groups young lady has been named

Ie,. Real Estate Broker tom north side, couple, no children. South Dletrlct.Florida Conservancy Gy-mnatorium, Feb. 13, 11 to Charlene.

530 East Sugarland HighwayFire drapery Until May 1. Write Box ABC. NOTICE' OF NAMES OF PBR- CN 41T-Fb. 11-10, Jt<4. 1210.:

Auto and General Free .. dewiston. News, Box 1236. Itp SONS APPEARING TO 71R Blue and Gold Dinner-Cub
Insurance Scouts Honvemaking Room, 8
ewlston Eta.Ph.. YU 2-2161 and Raymond Pvrauant to Suction II of AI.L' WHOM IT MAY CON. pm., Feb. 13. <*> Groceries Fresh,Meat
Chapter. TIT Florida Statutes,
FOR g WANTED TO RENT-] bedroom entitled "Florida CGRNl Buffet Dinner-Explorers, at Vegetable
J. W. BeardsJey o Disposition of It has been moved pursuant to Cold Drink Essential Items
printed furnished apartment or Unclaimed Property Act", notice See. Ill.01 Florida Statute that Recreation Han 8 to 11 pin, r
I* hereby liven that the parsons the following road In Hendry We Appreciate Your ,
,IEMAND GREATER THAN security, house. Permanent resident. Ph. listed below "pp."r to b. the County Florida be vacated, abandoned Feb. 13. Patronage
'EVER for houses, acreage YU 3-1201. he owners of unclaimed personal o. discontinued and cloud Exxxplorer Motto-Our Bet
intangible properly presum.dabandoned and that all rights of the County Mr. and Mrs. Thurstoa Union
Today For a Better Tomorrow.
slnessel. We have customer News and the publlo In and to the land Proprietor
foiling.; List your property with Account Number J-OJ7I.-0001. connected therewith bo renounce Scouts' Motto-Be Prepared.Cub .
J. RADIO Apparent owner f"argon ]no" P. ed and disclaimed, via: Scout Motto-Do Your 1
E Beardsley. Ph. YU Realtor'V piano re. 0. Non tale Pl'ttsburih 10 1'... Commencing; at the NB
pi. tfeJOR era BHQlJ Information concerning t h 5 corner of Section II Town Best.
service. 8595. Hold. amount or description of the hip 41 South, Kane II Beit Troop Committee A. A. Harlem ClubYour
Property and the name and ad- T.Ilchauee Meridian, Hendry
SALE House, 36"x36', 609 Bond 24781.Feb20e dress of the bolder may b. ob' County, Florida and run Thomas, Institution Representative Favorite Mixed Drink
! Trinidad. Feb27p Phone IN TAE COUNTY JUDGE'S tamed by any person possessing South 0' If 10" Fast along ; G. D. Rogers, Explorer Cocktail:
iE COURT IN AND FOR HUNDKT: an Interest In th* property byaddreislnr and following th. East boundary advisor! ; H. L. McKlre: ScoutMaster Fried Chicken Sandwiches
CO said dn-
25 H.p. COUNTY, ri/RIDA an Inquiry to Ray K. of section a
IN' PROBATEIN Ore Stale Comptroller u Ad' lance of 1381 I feet to a point and Den Chief; E. Allen Recorded Music
GLADES starter, re- REl ESTATE! OF mlnletrator Abandoned Property thence couth II* 14' 10" west transportation coordinator; Mien Popular Band
first 8450 QKRVia HATHCOCK, Division, Capitol Tallahassee, a dleunc of 10 feel to a
Mr. and Mn. Will
PANY Ehrllch 0..4 Florid, R. curs to mention so.a point on the wet right of F. J. Bryant Den Mother; Mrs.E Wallace
ing NOTICE TO CREDITORS! count number name and address. way of 8R H-7J-A said point Dixon Den Mother; Mrs. D. Proprietor*
1 to .AI eredlters of the e.lste 01 published In this notice. L'n- beingth* FOB; thence couth
service less proof of ownership Is pre.eented 0' 15' 60" at a distance of B. Hill Den Mother; J. H. Hill,
rn to the holder by April I It 100 feet to a point on laidrlitht Committee Chairman; J. L.
1114, the property will be deity.and ; of way, thanes south
etA( Phone \ to the Administrator. Ther. II* If 10" wt along the Morgan, W. HOI and Rev. L. JULIA'S

rot after, all further claims must b* rhdr: r"hnfon of BR t'I Holmes, Commltteamen.
directed to the Administrator SO I to ..
Directory RAT B GREEN. a point on laid right of -
YOUR A* Administrator, way, thence north 41* II' Notices That New Look *
EStATE fOR JENt will CN 4IS-Feb. 11-10 1014 10'v ant a distance of 151 Tinting Styling Cutting
feet more or lee to the POs This come requesting the
What The above described Ne Appelntme.ta.FrIda ,
par. of from
presence representatives
PR RENT 320 do SEE US FORBOTTLED eel being In the 8E:>,* of the ,. and Saturday
acres deep you GAS Thinking about HE14: of the KKH\ of Section all organizations to attend and
muck In Lake Harbor area. results. II Township 4south, participate: in the communicable Mrs. Julia Bales Proprietor

'table for cane or cattle. All lunge II Rail j.
AppliancesSales..service SELLINGYOUR A public henrlnr on said Motion
tched and diked. Long term 1 P.m. will b* held by and before --
re. Call after 6 Cadasnewskl the Board of County Commlsalonr .
of Hendry County Florida,
/ Belle Glade 696.Marl2c In the Commission Hoard Room,
92. POWER GASCORPORATION In the Hendry County Court.houae ELITE GROCERYGroceries
on the 10th day of March,
1SI4, at Mll.: o'clock In the for,
3R ( : TUESDAY) HOUSE? noon of said day or a. soon
1'00IIemcleGo thereafter a* the matter can b*

fr Apartment, Lights Water Moment CALL COLLECT Consider these dangersbefore krd.Pleas. govern yourselves ao.oordlnirly Fresh Meats School Supplies

gas furnished!. Also .
one you act You may:
*Ping room for rent. Call YU dewbton South Bay WY 521HENDRY 1. underprice or overprice It. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OFHENDRY Cold Drinks Clewiston News
1. be
harassed !
tict by curiosity t
COUNTY seekers. Fr Harvard S. Parkinson, Other Items

'crr- bedroom eaMJr 309 Title & Abstract Co. I. not know how to marketit ATTEST(Soul!) Chairman

t MIae. Call YU 2.32:0 Title Abstract*Title Insurance 4. have effectively.to neglect your Clerk Dorothy Circuit Moor Court.Clark, For Information Call YU 2-7651
eelldale Stenographer Work. CN 411-Fb. 10, 1114.
long term PheUcopybir DnpUe.Unf
rates, Bridge fit. sad Park AT*. To sell your house quicker. ,
LaBello ns. P. O. Box 144OHinre and for its fair NOTICE

REAL t-W\ market value The Hendry County Board of .
Bank look for this County Commlenlonere will ao.eept .
Realtor sealed bid. for the purchaseof
IC Special one chasl type cab tractor
Only a Realtora for trailer transportation
FRAME professional and b..t. .) equipment: trailer opening .

... In real estate- fight wheel, maximum net load
U II ton capacity.
may display it
III E. El BoJUbig and Service. Detailed specifications may b*
obtained upon request from of* MAC'S Storein
Clewleta. l1a. New sad Used Motor Frank Denmead LaRollo flee of Clark Florida.of Circuit Court Liquor

Very profitable Grocery business Maria Hardware The board reserves the right
of Krf. Broker to reject any or all bids and toward
eludedInd< ?'" wn' rta- Building land, : Farts and Aeeesserle YU M4H the contract In the best
to Price. ThU is a clea'n operation Maria Safety Equipment "It pay to deal with aRealtor' interest" of Hendry Cotmtr.
Per location
year. :*" HARVARD 5. PARKINsN. new on
SERVICE Those YUkon S-SXlt Chairman.CM
Three Wrtments. one cottage fl+-rall. 10. 51, II"

rest opportunity, in Belle Glade. R. E. WALDRONFor Hooker's Point Road

T !
edroom bouse on north side i
ew iston. Cornet lot. n.00, small Green Turtle Cay, Abaco,

acreTrailer Park with new 3 bedroom prompt Efficient Feb. 22ndCome '

tent: all to'Pfoved. $300.00 per Horn deliveryOF Bahamas Saturday,
t. Appliances 'I
nos, with amen down payment THE MIAMI HERALD

Coined Property in Harlem section & 8tt Acre over 800' of sparking sand beach on thl storybook

churchg = Sq. Suitable ... Ml Call Bobby Gidc"? nsYU Island ISO miles east of West Palm Beach.
.. out and enjoy
Hill Lovely Island home with apartment completely self-

Jlspt! :maw fi.oalae on SanibeL contained. Diesel generator. Fresh water 2 piers. Natural

ape Skau ling etc. This A" foliage. Pool. etc.: A real buy at $00,000.

now.* Jot. OG Push Corda Beach: Tampa and Tribune For details! caUFrank A free DrinkFinest


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Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Qewlston, !'II. late evening rain and a 1963 Ship bfSpend Less
Thursday February 20, 1964 Bukk, driven by an elderlyman February meet t ,.. Your Dollars Go
--- passed at excessive speed.

Probation office opened in Moore Haven The trooper was Just about to Farther on Rea ..
catch up with the car near of School BoardThe :
NJ Roger' Bar when a gust of Phone YU 2.2141 For Pick: up llqCheckerboard S

\.f wind and excessive water on the Hendry county board of
highway caused him to bit public instruction. \ ranted Rich.
control of Us car. The patrol! ard Pape a leave of absence, as
car slid sideways and backwards vocational agriculture teacher
for a long distance and In the Clewiston High School
came out onto the west bound '
t starting January 24th and ending +1l. M'Ah'nN( i
C lane where it struck a truck 10 days prior to the appointment
t e driven by Melvin Pape. of teachers for the 1964-

Pape had teen the incident 63 school :term. The action was ,_
and bad come to a complete token\ at the February 13 meetIng 4 '
stop' while TomllnKn'is patrol of: the board. Ne
I car :was atilt traveling about 15 '
On recommendation of Principal
miles hour, the left front _
James E Brandon, Robert
fender of the state's car striking from
Lee Rogers was employed for
!the right front lender of _
the remainder of the 1903-64
Pape's truck. Damage was estimated -
by Trooper Jack Edge- school year CORBIN FARM & RANCH SUPPl)
The board approved of the
man of Moore Haven at 175 to
Pape's !truck and 1300 to the school bums to transport+ band ,Sugarland Highway Clewiston
patrol car. members to the Edison Pageant ,
i of Light Parade In Fort Myers,
Capt. Jake Raulerson,, FHP Recruiting Service
Sindstedt& awards the U.S. Army
and to transport 4-H members
Ifq I !troop commander, was' aba Frances Nail, clerk of
to the State Fair in Tampa.The Certificate& .f Appreciation to Mrs.
during the Investigation
1 present for Glades and
4-H club agreed to tarnish qualified Local Board 42, Selective Service System
by Edgemon.
driven, chaperones insurance Hendry' eOIlDUea.-.lffAFF. PHOTO.
;1 + and' bus expense. The

1 Parade open American Legion wa granted Recruiter Sergeant First Class
JOHN' MADDEN and JACK TRAYLOR (Continued from Page 1)) permission. to use a school bus Mrs. Nail given Donald W. Sandstedt. Both .
1 1
year will contain arts and crates to transport boys to Boys State lauded Mr,. Nail for the outstanding -
: Clewiston.: work as well as baked goods In Tallahassee (Posts in the work she has done in
Establish new Mr. Traylor has been work- canning, preserves, etc.. Mrs. area are rotating the :transportation USARS awardMrs. aiding the youth of Clewiston by
1 Ing In a training status In the Polly McLendnn chairman, is of boys from the south Informing them of the oppor-

Fort Myers office, and handlingthe expecting a wide variety of art west Florida t high schools, and Frances Nail, clerk of tunlUes available to them thru X11e
probation officeJack records Of persons in the work for the exhibit. This booth the Hendry county Post was Selective Service Board No. 42. volunteer service In the Army,
Glade and Hendry area. The will be judged Tuesday evening. asked to take its turn this rear). Clewiston has received the as opposed to awaiting call
Traylor, supervisor for office In Moore Haven will be Friday evening a Variety The board voted to make a United States Army Recruiting: through Selective Service. She
the Florida Probation and Parole opened next week and within a Show will be presented on the special grant to in-eervlce Service Certificate& of Appreciation has been able to do this, Lieu e
: Commission, has begun his shout time the records will! be Outdoor Stage. This mow, Introduced teachers by paying! the fee for in token of approbation of tenant Davis said, without In z _aKar
duties in the Glades. and Hen- transferred there. into the list of fair one 3-hour semester course for her services\ the Army and any way falling short of the t
dry county area, working with Secretary in the new office is week events, a few :years ago, any Hendry county in-service to the youth of the community' requirements placed on her sy '
District Supervisor John W. Mlle Pamela Hedlck, a graduate bat grown in Importance and is teachers enrolling In Edisonor 1st Lt. Horace B. Davis,. board for active duty calls un-
Madden, Fort Myers. The office of Moore!Haven Hlgb School, one of the big attractions of the Palm Beach Junior Colleges, commanding officer, U. S. der the selective service pro
for the baa who cored the highest grades week., gram.In .
two-county area the grant to be good for the Armed Forces Induction Station
been established in the Glades In the competitive, examination Fair Officials current year only. Coral Gables, and recruiting officer addition to personal assistance -
county courthouse in Moore given by the Florida State Employment R. S. Dunaway of Felda is The board reviewed the building for South Florida, made ,' Mrs. Nail has provided
service. Miss Hedick
Haven. president. of the Fair Association program for the achooLs. the presentation, together with office space for personal interviews
is the daughter of Wm. C. He -1
''t Announcement ol the new office this year. Gratton! GeorgeIs Attending were J. R. Spratt between intereested applicants
has been made. by the dick, who It employed by the vice president, John Corbin, chairman, Joe M. Hall, Claud for military service and
? Florida Probation and Parole Soil Glades Conservation. Service In treasurer, and Frank Veltre .is M. Glddens! Sirs. Blanche Me- Aaron the Army Recruiter, Sergeant Watch 'em go for..PURINA:|
,\ Commission In Ta11aha see. county.Trooper secretary. The following chair Cormkk and Mrs Elsie Y. Larry Sandstedt.:
I Mr. Traylor graduated from men have been among the leaden Futch and Superintendent J. H.
for Purina. Now can chow
Horses really
A the Auburndale High School and in t returned from an enlistment has publicity; Gratton George, contracts named alternateLarry USSC sends cattleto from two great Purina horse feeds-new Purina

',t with the V. S. Navy to enter ; Addle McGehee eaJes; Horse Chow Checkers with built-in hay or Purina
;' Florida State University, where Richard Pape and Ted Gallo, Dean Aaron, of dewls- Orlando fair Omolene, a favorite of horsemen for 40 years.
:i be graduated last year. He was narrow escapeTrooper livestock; Frank Veltre, peeve ton, was named alternate to the

.t employed by the commission and trophies; Beryl Bowden, appointee to t vacancy at the Sugarland Ranch, owned and Purina Horse Chow Checkers are a new,revolutionaij
through competitive: examination Dave Tomlinson, of brochures; Bob Adams, Bill u U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis operated by U. S. Sugar Corpor- idea in hone feeding. The hay is built in, eliminating
and has been on duty since the Florida Highway! Patrol Baker and S. H Stalls beauty by Senator Spessard Holland -
ation, will send 24 head of cattleto the fuss and muss of hay .
January first He is married to escaped Injury end possible contest; Dick Baker and Windy\ this week.. Larry, now a
Florida Fair In ,,
the Central
the former Eugenia Sunday. The death late Tuesday Afternoon a* Betsy, calf scramble; Walker .student at Florida State University feeding. For those who --

couple has e daughter five his patrol car spun out of control Nail, building and grounds; Is a graduate of Clew. Orlando string will February include 10 24-29 Charolato, the .prefer to feed hay there's the w 't-' -
months old.- Mrs. Traylor will while pursuing another car Frank Polhlll parade; FHA and feton High School, where he was horsemen's standby 4
and 14 Brahman. A. Duda & A
., receive her B. S. degree at the during a heavy rain and wind 4-H Clubs booth, partitions; an outstanding leader on the '
Sons of Cocoa will enter 22 head Purina Omolene.
university; with a biology major, torm. Polly. McLendon, home exhibit; campus. He Is the son of Mr. .
and wilt Join her husband inApriL According! to Tomlinson he John Corbln box office; ErnIe and Mrs. A. L, Bollard. of Brahman.J. We offer both of these re- f ILIA
Mr. Traylor Is house wu parked near Riddle Field Miller utilities and public address Senator Holland named Aaron E. Pace, University of
hunting Moore Haven and In observing traffic during the system alternate to Thomas. Robert Florida will Judge the animals.. search-proved and field.

McLendon, Jr., of DeLand. In demonstrated Purina horse

) $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ < making:!: ithe announcement. the Sugarland Pharmacy feeds at our store with the
senafr said the task was diffl- Checkerboard Sign.
\\oI ofi cut. with nearly :200! young men
REDISH I vying fcr four principal nomlna-
: ofi 'ins All who were considered PIZZA LOW COST PRODUCTION... .,

fir a-a-iv'rtm were required the reason why more farmers feed PURINA]
ofi 116 South Bond Phone YU 2-1601 ofi to take the Congressional Civil YU 2-3311 ...--1 -
ROBERT L. ROGERS, ., Service examination.
Offers These $ Saving Specials Goodwater, Alabama, feat

ofi ... assumed the duties aa Vecatlooal r I
.Feclders Air Conditioner 1-19" Portable TV set Instructor and Future ,

ofi with heat, 7,000 BTU Only $139.95 ... Farmers al 'America advisor

Special $159.93:> 1-23" Table TV set at ClewlsUm Hlih School ,.-

; 1-Carrier Air Conditioner Only $179-95:> be placID Richard Pape who CHEVROLET I
resigned recently. Refers, tS,
r 6,000 BTU-see and compare 1-Silex, Toaster ...............$ 6.88 ... Is single a graduate tf Auburn

*. Special $149-93:> l-
4 da Us first teaching duties.

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ here, Monday, Feb. 19. :
makes all
types of quality trucks


SNOWDRIFT or (Continued from Page 1))
3Lb Can S9t
for three years. Hs has been

BAKERITE engaged In business, aa a land
developer contractor for taw
past even' years. al
Harn is married and has three
t'' PILLSBURY PLAIN or S.R. WEBBS sons, two of whom are serving
with the U. S. Navy; the other

Flour __ 5-lbs.490 Rice. __ n.. 3-Lbs. 490 attends LaDelfe Junior High
School He is a member of One
STOKLEYS CUT TASTY HOT Eastside Baptist Church, 'where
he serves u deacon. He is presently

Green Beans __ __ can 190 Sauce .. _____ 6-oz.: 10 serving a aecond tern a*
president of the Royal Palm
: BRAVO LIMIT 1 PLEASECorned Association Baptist Brotherhood.Harn .
was elected in 1956 to a

; i ir Beef 3 Cans $1 county tour-year In announcing commissioner.term his as candidacy district 3

; ; Harn stated he leek that
1.. through associating with peoplein
J' Sunnyland Tenderized Whole or Shank Halt
'. all part of the county, be Is
FRESH GROUNDHamburger thoroughly acquainted w f Iiioowatywide

lb. 49 2 Ibs. 99 needs. Pt
Hams __ c c "As for my platform said
{ 1 Barn, "I will renew my promise -
that it elected, I will serve
FRESH PAN CENTER 'honestly. Independently, and

Sausage lb. 49c Pork Chops .lb. 69c with due regard to the best"interest
---- of my fellow citizens.

; Pork Steaks lb. 4-91 Chuck U.S. GOOD Steak lb. 49 Sacred_SPECIAL, Country Records Pops ORDERS& Western,





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