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: March 5, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33429955
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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tor Qi-llfytag tor
The peered
opened quietly inerf.
office of the; 1lendr7 I
the courthouse at noon -nlay. -
L(>nty tax coI.o.ector : asks
candidate for
, Two
end qualified -
. were
simultaneously.! C. J. Lov Earl

xn and 1 0- Davidaoo, Jr., for :
,oUi of dewiaton were the can- dry '

iodates.Qua1Sying. now
during the day in office.

,\ere: dent of : I
Mrs. Lucille, Small tor tax area all

ISseSSOl'. He is 7
Carl Hornsby[ and J. Homer : was
3ble, for superintendent of pubic by the

instruction.Earl He was \
S Dye* Jr.. far sheriff. Mill
John L. Hall for supervisor of a* :

uglstratae. :
B N. Parson for county
,udge. is
Dorothy Moore\ Clark, clerk Dorothy ; !

,ircuit court BROWAED PARSONS ple has
Eugene W. Hough for county Jr., a
commissioner, district I, die 1 :
Eugene Harn for county commissioner Judge Parsons Navy,

district 3.

seeks reelection C.

Bnoward N. Parsons, who has for Tech.'I.
entered his 4th year aa Hen-

dry County Judge, announce this ; f "."..... """
that he 1.* a candidate for reelection '" .t.
county ,,,,
: subject to !the coming Hendry -- "

primaries : BIAS,

Parsons a former County la rob
Commissioner, has lived in county :
Hendry County all hi* life and viously "e Ur-

before being elected: to the '
Judgeship in 1960, bad farming Mr. 1
interests and was In the reel First :
estate and insurance business. ton; :the !
dub : S
He .lea veteran of World WarII He is ,
and to married to the for- World <
mer Daisy Allen. They ore !the Mr. !
parent of three girl and one ton '
boy; the !two older girl now manager :
married the two younger children and has
.....-::\.: attending LaBelle PublicSchools. '
J. O. DAVIDSON Jr. Motor !
candidate lor tax collector 23 ] !
"During dais present tern I
have'attempted to 'temper Justice
Loworn qualifiesfor with mercy white believingIn :

strict law enforcement In this > \ '
tax collectorC office." .
"I have ctrived diligently to
J (Charlie, ) Lovvorn qualified be a faithful public servant! to
Tuesday at candidate toe Hendry County and in seeking : < <
tax collector to succeed the reelection 1 will do my utmost Hudson
Incumbent:\ A. O, Ward who to five you my continued full ( : <<
this week announce that he will time In the Judge' office, in a be m : & << :
not be a candidate for reelection lair ud Impartial manner." of : i :
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4 ,p- eIe Uoa.:: { keens .
Loworn has'lived In Hendry Mr. ) '
county adnoe: 1931. He U. a Hedges announcesfor Mayfield : after pry
graduate of the Ofceechobe bis \: : <<
High School and of the UniversIty schools << !, deposit
of Florida, where he' received tax collector and Tele
the Bachelor of Science been : night
degree In Business. Administration County t : spots of
Thomas Edgar Hedge, La- than ) Photo
Belle, announce that be will be <
He was for everal years In County bas been :
a candidate tor Hendry
charge of the payroll depart.nest tax collector In the coming! elec Officer J
of ,the United State Sugar Mr. 1
Corporation at CJewlston, and tion.Mr. the First
.as also cashier of the First Hedge is a native of Hen- married ;
Bank of dewistan. For several dry County, and Is the son of 1 11 an

years he owned and operated the florist early resident who was activein UBeUe and Miss Patty Vaughn using the theme America's tion, industry, fishing, boating, goods.
t tutors\ ( in Clewiston, k-iown civic affairs. In the twenties of ClewUton were chosen: in the Sweetest Town-On the March"won golf, tennis, swimming, churches Booker T. Washington School
as 'Unvorn's Flower and thirties Assembly of God! plans top five semi-finals by the first prize In the community library, bird eauctuary, volunteer with a noteworthy exhibit of
Mr Loworn 1* a charter He 1* graduate- of LaBelle judges. competition at Hendry fire department, clubs, really excellent placques made
member of the First Methodist High School, and has attended Miss Carlln a tall shapely County Fair and Livestock< : Show and schools of oil can metal tapping, ands
Church of Clewlston and served Edison Junior College, Fort brunette flashed a winning last week. Felda won second: plaoe with surveying instrument made in
31 church treasurer He wa* a Myer a* a parMlme student, conventionThe smile throughout the competition : The booth featured small its star wiped! display of vegetables mathematics! : clan.Continued .
"e tool trustee for a number of In the study of accounting. missionary to become the unanimous three-dimensional arrangements flanked by exhibits of ( on Page 8))
wits and WILl re-elected. without From January 1956 until choice of the judges. She listed which portrayed the various canned fruits and vegetables.
He January, 1964, Mr. Hodges was dancing and swimming a* herhobble
Apposition to that post
activities of life in the community : LaBelle's outdoor garden scene
the local Ford Clewiaton Assembly of gulls* Hilda Palenlu, a newly Teach children
" employed by *
charter member of the centered with a large with white furniture! and colorful your
to Ghana,
Clevtiston Rotary Club and *erv> dealer, LaBelle Motor Company God is having its first Missionary appointed missionary Other contestants included wheel to emphasize the forward shrub and flowers won third
e,1x! years a* its secretary. as Office Manager and book Convention from. March 4- Africa.' Several speakers are to Misses Patricia Owen, Gayle of the area.Represented ,, piece traffic safetyWATCC'3
He u also a member of the keeper. During that! time he .. The service begin each evening be beard each evening so that Harris, Diane COM Of LaBelle, urge
Elks Lodge. scored high on Ford Motor Com at 7:15: with a missionary thrum fields can !be adequately Donna Gayle Sullivan, Ann Har- were these industries The Gewiston Elementary

j feel ,that both my college], pany' Accountants' Honor Roll film. represented.The fey, Donna Stokes and Linda businesses and activities School: won the school booth
training and my business "s.iX'rlence lot the Jacksonville district\ Missionary speaker tor the Church sanctuary& 1s decorated Johnson.. -vegetable*, sugar cane, award, with a well arranged exhibit FOR
have fitted me for the Early this year, be opened his convention Include William Lovfck with the flags of<< the nation of work from (the various
offc.. cf tax collector.: I cm own business a bookkeeping! Togo, Africa; Stephen *. Each Sunday School classroom : grade Predominant! were excellent -
service. Vsndermerwe, Nassau Bahamas in !the Educational: Buildingis model of the Leaning
qualified/ to do the work proper. and Income tax Fair; attendance is
I?and If elected I shall devotemy Mr. Hedge II 1 married, and and Tanganyika; Henry decorated to depict: various Tower of Pisa and the Hanging
full time to the proper operation ha two young daughter and Swain. Korea; Mrs. Ruth Breu- continents. Areas. to of the' office.. ODe eonF sch. India; Paul Schoonmaker: :in the display of<< curios and native exhibit of Swiss atJ
India and North Korea; and costume Include North largest at 9,360 Family\ Robinson, "with each
South America, Europe
'" (" America character and. article handmade
r I I Asia, Africa, Australia, by the pupils, was also
Parkinson seeks the Sees, Antarc-
the Wands of outstanding. There were excel
I ; tica, and the Near EastOn Fair attendance this year 1,600 went Into the Fair lent examples of handcraft: ,
return to boardH. Friday a missionary broke all records, reports John grounds free. The schools dismissed crayon: work, and "sculptured":
s luncheon: is to be served at Corbin, treasurer, who tallied early and moat of<< the animals in the exhibit
> S. Parkinson citrus grower noon. This will give many persons his books Saturday night and school children of the county Blue ribbons 'went to: TURNING CARS
T of North LaBelle, Is a candidate the opportunity to meet the
announced 8,360 person had spent the afternoon on the Fair Hendry County 4-H Oub-with
for re-election as county missionarie and to visit wit: been admitted I" f\ commissioner, district 3, lien them. its six day showing. highest day for bald admissions sewing, electrical work baked
\ \ dry county A citrus grower, On Sunday morning, the Sun There were 6.640 paid admissions was Friday also, when goods,.and farm projects. City of Clewiston '
who has lived in the area for day School: classes) ere to be and 2,720 free admission, 1,634 were clocked: in. Last year The Home Exhibit booth-
', many years, Parkinson is completing taught by the missionary peak- Most of the free admission Friday as the high day, and with excellent art work, basketry
bis first term 'u county en. Them of the lesson will came on children's day when 1,889 went In on that date. crocheting sewing, em Police Department
commissioner. be concerning the missionary :
', ', Weather is a big factor in attendance
"By asking the people of end bin work. Any questions at the Fair. Last. year
Hendry county to give me the concerning the Assemblies of there.were.two rainy days during Game and Fish Board to hold
opportunity to serve them for God Missionary program are to the.' first of the week, and J(I I
> in the office, of be answered.
,another item attendance was very low; then
county: commissioner for district Through the year the Assemblies the weather brightened anti public hearing in Clewiston FridayThe 1
I, I lee my record of<< of God have carried on an turned warm' and the remaining

achievement: ,quallfiea experience me and to extensive Over 800 foreign missions: missionaries program. days the attendance was very Game end Fresh Water loc, opening the hunting season 1
performance heavy. Fish Commission, which'win in South Florida prior to the
the duties of<< are under Appointment in 10nations. >>
ably perform
.. ''J \ more the office," said Mr. ParklD oa. .Most of these mlisloo- The paid admissions this :year bold a public meeting Sugar. general opening! date, and extending
t earls carry on ministries of supervision at e,14O were 224 more than land AudI ita'kum. Clewiston. Friday the season In Northwest
.... "Hendry county 1* beginning. and help to national last year when 64K pair their March I ait S pjn. as one Florida after the general
to rapidly move forward In sgrl.culture. iranMem.\ The Assemblies of admission fee*. However, mono 'of aerie of 29 in the state, closing.
agricultural industryand God have 70>> Bible School In eywlse; the difference was not will discuss! some proposal tor Local tportsmen. through their
home building operation la other land It has so great. The receipts last year next season's bunting dates and county organization have gone
been the chief: concern of this were $2.62790. and this year regulations, and will bear suggestion on record as opposing an early
"The active cooperative perlormance train the 12.68900. from sportsmen at opening six South Florida huntIng -
tonight.rday to
"LOCK. UT8T1CKwffl >e presented board of<< county missionary croup
by national to evangelize their Attendance on tics final day tending. and they nave other proposals
at Sagariaad Aa41torhn.br the Senior LTass'el commUsioner will be of own people wife the gospel siCawt.t. this year dropped off from lad A. D. Aldrioh. comrohwioo dU I which they pbuTto prt tJ
dewtoom Ddk School. CwUlm.ttae Is 1:10 p.m. la sae major consequence to me :year, perhaps due fa part to rector: said among questI.oDIto sent to the commission: Friday
the seeae above. Mary Lee Breams (Cheryl tee) &*1"* Dom are and progress of this county. Pastor Jams Kimbrel invite AUDIS BOOKS JK. display the Sophomore dance on Saturday be discussed will be I proposal night

boi115r (Mats Biaatea)) off of the floor a* tarry Donley, (tarn U reelected to this Import'ant exert aD pears of<< aH churches to attend klo prise catch of Lake night Last year there to extend the closing date AH eportsmen are Invited and
WBllaaw aa* Oordoa Wanes (Bin I Panic) look em. The office I will dulgently wh this citywide Missionary Okooekoboe ..... The five were 1.568 on he final day and of turkey bunting season put urged to attend toll open meet
lk tses wiA be 1eekiag.r ,?. Adsalss Is ISe for sta- my efforts M keeping Parki pace laa. Crusade. fish wvtghe U mends. this year there were 1,454. the closing date lor dear bunt ing.
dents. tl-M for adaltsw-flTAFr KIOTO.: this

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my lungs which: will probably Casper

Page Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Fla. torney for the tour InvolvedCOII.I Mobile X-ray never need. lor thb hat t1er awe
bad little/ trouble 10
Thursday, March S, 1964 IeI have I thai be tower grateful to BUd we are lit
for the fair and extending the IraIe6d,
using a map
the Mobile Hendry County "
between Palm Beacn- will
boundary found tumorin Health Department,, Broward dofay glom It
Another successful Hendry County Fair and Livestock THE CLEWISTON NEWS Martin counties northward westward exten-until County Hearth Department, and acceptance cI the IIIIiaie
it reaches a than
t Show is now a matter of history. A comparatively small to :you, Dr. HUL OUr
Published even Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, dewlston. ll km on the Hendry-Pafm Beach years.
months to
hard for
of work local
people very many Sincerely,
group and Florida, by The d wi ton News, Inc., a Florida Corporation county line Where they meet- woman "Thank you fc
this fair about Each year they learn from experience, and // CLARA CASPER J\IIr
that s it, say toe attorneys in. _
them. Entered as Second Class Matter February I, 1927, at the promoting
enlist others loin In the work with
each they lines to tumorIn Hill's comment "Mrs.
year all other unsuspected
Post Office In Clew ton, Florida, under the Act of Congress of draw county How In Dr. was est in health'

: This has been a year of tremendous change and growth March 3. 1879 it. The Robin-hood Act divides a Hendry county woman'slung
d has been busy with their own $150,000 gas tax funds previous was discovered by the re
In "
Hendry county.
ATI NAt EDITORIAL ly going to PB among Hendry, cent visit of the Mobile X-Ray
11 I business and their own activities to keep abreast of the ARID Martin and Okeechobeecounties. it has been successfully Residential a Commercial
'. 4 ( 1t; Glades, unit, and how 6
: times. It has been difficult for everyone to give the same 4 lass CeTl5N removed with no complicating -

time and thought to outside activities that they would like. It looks like lit hopeless cause damage, Is the dramatic Remodel Wiring

Nevertheless think real has been for PB, but who wouldn't fight : story told by Mr. Clara

made. There is a we trend toward some shifting progress the emphasis of OMwnsU L: Subscription Rates -..____ $4.00 per year far that sum of money? (E. JJ) Casper In a letter to Electrical 1 Contractors
4 O (Return Postage Guaranteed) Dr Wm. P. Hill Jr., directorof Company I
which educational nature
the Fair to exhibits will be of an ,
crg7iOt1 BERYL BOWDEN Publisher the Hendry County Health
and think this is excellent
we Licensed and
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor DepartmentMrs. Bonded
r.. There were fewer cattle than In previous years; this Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 | It's History Now I Casper's tumor was revealed -

i. was due to the fact that the FFA and 4-H boys are not quiteas Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves In the X-Ray made inLaBelle. 24 Hour Service

deep in cattle projects as In the past The Fair was also the right to reject any objectional advertisement! and it was discovered

-: missing in some of the enthusiasm generated by LaBelle THEI NEWS assumes no responsibility for the return o( un- THIETY YEARS AGO before it had given the slightest! 220 E. Ventura Ave. Ph., tu Z i 1
elicited manuscripts or photograph (From Clewistoa News trouble.-but let Mrs. Casper l:.
unavoidablethis ,
entries, and though we understand this was THul NEWS assume no financial responsibility for typo.
year and does not denote a lack of Interest we hopeit graphical error or commissions In advertisement but If notified March 2, 1934)J. ) tell her own story. She wroteit
of ouch errors before th" n.xt luuo of .' will reprint corr.ot11 simply.. and briefly in a grateful
can be corrected next and that LaBelle will return which: occurred.In .
\ year that part of th advortliemnt In th error L. Taylor, former tax collector
th* went a tlm. olemont would render. the corr.ctlon "..Iu.1. .. letter to the Heath Department
II with more fine entries in the parade, the exhibits and other ..., the New will reduce the prlc. of the advertisement by an "was found guilty of em- SUNDAY MARCH 8

p competitive activities.So amount equal' to the percentaw. .of the total .paco a. the .rron- bezzlement. 9.45: A.M. Church School.
coos or omitted copy r.pr."t.4.e schools 11 1964. '
Hendry county an- Classes for all ages.
once again the community says THANKS to those nounced operation of an eight Dear Mr. Hill: 11:00: A.M. Morning Worship
who have worked the Fair this You have done 1
on year. a month !term with the Civic
closed the Sermon by Rev. David A. Denslow
though none were by
( fine job. officer Works Administration providing We have the Mobile h Ray "FORGIVE US"

a Sonny Sez Those diligent workers who funds !for teacher salaries for Unit to thank for finding this 6.00: P.M. Youth Fellowship. "
tumor as soon as we did, as I
make the fair to be the final two months of the Talk by Mr. Roy
go are con
How about those canal banks? gratulated. year. really had no Idea there was Lott representing!
The 2,700th visitor. this year anything wrong with my lungs.It Florida Southern
Opening your mouth has advantages -- was escorted on the tree guided was Just a tumor but the College, Lakeland '

Those interested In civic beautification could well give and disadvantages, Couldn't help but be amusedat .tour of ithe Sugar House of the kind .that fills up with fluid 7:30: P.M. Evening Study l tira

some thought to the two small canals which meander with the aame applying) to this Martin Waldron's column !in United States Sugar Corpora and probably would have First Methodist Churcl

through Clewlston's residential sections. These canals per column. the Thursday Miami Herald in tion. caused a great deal of troublein E. Osceola at Arcadd

$ form a very utilitarian function, but that is no reason why Last week's oplns. regardingthe which he donated 28 V4 inches of The V. S. Dredge Congaree tour or five months.I ClewistonPil

they should not also be beautiful.The "tightening up" on the !(fault finding to Senator Fred O. completed its work on Lake had an interview with you

generation! brought Dickinson's campaign contributors : Okeechobee and was sent to on Thursday and the following

north lateral l canal was once planted with coconut younger numerous: comments all favorable and 5% inches of similar Stuart to remove shoal. Sunday they had me in the hospital

palms on either bank, but these trees have suffered greatly It also brought forth "I Criticism to Scott Kelly and Miss Mary Bush and Glenn. for tests and Tuesday Dr. FARMER

from marauders who wanted to harvest the coconuts, know of this and !that why nearly 8 Inches to Hayden Etherton were .married in La- Marshall Sanford, a lung specialist THE

and who nailed steps or used pole climbers to reach their don't the police or lIherl '. department Bums. '". Belle by Judge H. A. :Rider. operated. He removed the can appreciate the refreshing rotndl

goal. Some have died, others seem suffering from malnutrition arrest 110 and so .,. Waldron's Tallahassee column TWENTY YEARS AGO lower part of the left lung along brings life to parched crops.Hi velum

or the ravages of old age. The canal banks have politics keep from being arrested Is also fir the St. Pete Times. (From Clewlston NewsMarch with the tumor and they assure the sun, the cool evenings, the I

grown a crop of unsightly weeds. In their present state etc.' While every The article was aimed at the 3, 1944)! ) me I still have 80 per cent of dew- all provided by God. You Mnq,I*I!I

the canals offer nothing to please the eye. public agency gets criticism, candidates 'with the largest have benefited by the ]
some )Justified and same not, I number of donations and earmarked Judge George W. Whitehurst blessings of G C.

", The value of the growth along the canal bank, t to provide sincerely believe the law enforcement minor irregularttte in upheld the right of Hendry but do you know Him in your heort?

' : nesting places for birds has been mentolned! and the agencies are doing the tiling of such donations. county voters' to ballot countywide EDWARDS "The lord Is my fhtphtrdi J slats]

1 gt, thought is a good one. But the area is becoming very :the best possible under the circumstance :, Those seeded early as also on county commissioners want." Psalm 23t1

thickly populated and whether wild birds could survive ink *. Until they: receive rans did not :rate near a* much and school board members.The Plumbing RepairReplacements

colonies along the canal bank, whatever protective growth strong tacking from the judicial pace possibly because they county bad voted approvalof ,

:: there is, is problematical. But even If we wish to leave a departments and a little help didn't have he volume of donor ; the special legislation providing Community Presbyterian Church

hedgerow for the birds, it could be a better looking hedge from the parents! !intervention but more likely to cast !for countywide election Installations, 407 Royal Palm Avenue

;r row than the banks now offer. into the caper is similar shadows of any sort on the front but R. E. Burchard had brought Trouble Shooting HENRY HORRELL FORD, Minister

to baby sitting. runner wit! to enjoin the commission 0.45: A.M. Bible School 6:00: P.M. Youth FeMj;
The banks of the south canal are and always have -II- from holding. the election on a "Septic Tank JL 11:00: A.M. Worship

been completely bare of ornamentals. Homes are springing --- Neighboring Palm :Beach countywide basis. Specialty"Call SERMON SUBJECT

up rapidly along either side, and the improvement of The Fair is over and most county certainly can't be calleda advertised The Democratic. Committee YU 2-6711 'To Give Sight to the Blind"No.
quitter. They have been turn 'Register Now. This
the canal banks should be considered
everyone is glad. The attendance -a ed back .a couple time* In bring is a most important. election. 325 E. Ventura 4 "The Program of Jesus"
Perhaps the drainage district, and not the city, owns was "up and the weatherwas to get the recent legislation Millard Caldwetl candidate for

the canal banks. I In such case It should be possible to 'lair.! The exhibits .drew quashed which divided Lake 'governor, planned to visit Clew

arrange a dollar a year lease which would permit the cityto favorable and the midway praise contained from visitors excellent Okeechobee and tapped their stop. Lex Green and Ernest
embark gas tax revenue. They have Graham were among his opponent -
on some Improvement work.
entertainment' for the
presented their tad T to CI!. *. Clewiston Church
fun _ken. During an "official" Director
Not many public areas Clewiston show signs of cult Judge Ben Willis contend 'Silas Green from New Or- .
gross neglect but the canal banks do. Since there are visit by state lair received representatives log :that no two surveyors could leans" was bringing his minstrel i
the chow a
streets and homes on both sides of both canals, we should few suggestions for minor alterations find: the same center point in show to Clewlston for one CHURCH OF JESVS CHRIST nUT BAPTIST CHURCh COMMtJN1T1' aw
do something about It Lake Okeechobee. However: arr *- day. Admission, children, 35c,
t on some of the games Hooker PoIDt ll1Z E. Ventura Aye_ 407 Royal Pale ,_
adults TSc.
.. 9 Paul Strickland, Pastor Rev. Leon M. Cabmrell, Henry H. Ford, JrtDIsW
'J j "oI. Loyd Kelly, (It. jg) ) eras 10:00: a.m.-Sunda School Interim Pastor 9:4S: a.m.-&mda SeW

,I skipper of a minesweeper in the 11:00: a.m.-Marnlnl Worship. 9:45 a.m.-Sunda School. 11:00: a.m.-Momln t iii:

Pacific. Clyde Mountain was Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-MarDIn Service. 11:00: a.m.-Nurseryllilit.

,. leaving Columbus, Miss., for 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meetln,. 8:45: p.m.-TrainInI Union lob HOUSL .
) Ingtewood. Calif., for aviation Saturday: 8:00: p.m.-Even1.n Servloe. 8:00 Westminstea
.. .
mechanics training.! Owen
7:00: p.m.-Youth Meetln,. Wednesday: ship
was "somewhere in 'the Southwest
DAYTONA BEACH Pacific. 7:00: p.m.-otfioer. and Teach- Wednesday:

: COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL ers Meetln,. 1:30: p.m.-cholr PnutlaHOLLNISS

TEN YEARS AGO CHURCH 1:00: pm. Midweek Prayer -

( From Clewlston News South Ce"Ia&oo Service.
March 1, 1944)) Rev, J. R. Taylor Pastor 1:45: p.m.-Choir Practice.ST.' MARGAUTS'IItIII
Rev' Larkin 0>1111011I
10:00: a.m.-Sunda School
,j Cane growers received notices 11:00: FIRST 1:00: a.m.-Sunda, Ma&
of quota restrictions from a.m.-MorulD Worship. a METHODIST CITURCH 7'00 pmSundaJuI..
7:45: p.m.-Sunda Evangelistic 331 W. Osceete Avenue
the U. S. Department of Agriculture Service. Rev. David 1:00:: a. -Da1l1 Weekdl1
under the Sugar Act of Denslow, Pastor 7:00FIrst FrIda1
1948, and local growers held .a Wednesday: 9:45: a.m.-church SchooL 1:00 p.m.-First wedllrli
7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service. 11:00: :
a.m.-MorDlni ServIce
meeting to discuss the gravityof each mesa
their situation Frlday': 8:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth lic Ladles'dh
1:45: p.m.-Youth Service
N. F.. S. Russell, a director Fellowship. defy,
of United State Sugar Corpora NOanlSIDE- 7:30: p.m.-Evenln Study.; Saturday;
atlon, died of a heart .attack Thursday: : a, _ReUJouJ! i ID r
BAPTIST ClIURCil 7:30 Practice.9:3D
at his home in Edgewater Park ti0.
364 _
1 N. J.1L. N Francisco Street _
: Bro. Chester Johnson
N. Godbey, Jr., and Miss Interim l\U1tnN'S CHURCH _'"
Patty Neil of San Antonio, Pastor (EpIscopal) CHURCH or I.DI'I"
9:45: a.m.-Sunda' School. paem" Cenlnl Ala
Z07 N.
Texas, were married In that 301 South
city on February 28 and are 11:00 8:30: a.m.-Mornln Worship. Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar Earl Arnold,
residing in New Orleans Sunday Services: Sunday:

Miss Mary Ann Barrel! was Wednesday 7:30: p.m.-EveDln Worship. 7:30: a.m.-EarIy Eudlarlst. 10:00: a.m.-Bible School
: 10:30: .. .- Service and
chosen to compete in a Knights 1:30: p.m.-Prayer Service Church 11:00: am.-Worshlp.
of Pythias speaking, contest in School 1:00: p.m.-Worship.
Key West. Saints and Holy Days a. an- Wednesday:
+ PM CHURCH OF GOD flounced
Loyal Phillips St. Petersburg au South Paelfto Avenue Confessions 1'30: p.m.Midweet gut
by appointment and Blink
publisher' was guest speaker at Rev Joe Coleman _
the Bosses Night meeting of 10:00: e.m.-Sunday SchooL _
PLYMOUTH BEATS Business and Professional m-IL\VEN B.\PTJsT CllUKCU
+''r We.nun's 11:00: a.m.-Morn1D Service. CHURCH OF DU
Club. III&II"a n.
7:30 Ft1A
: p.m.-EveDln Worship. APOSTOLIC
Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor
: loath C1'

I (Kg/, letters Friday 7:30: p.m.-Pra'er: Service. 11:00 9:45:: a.m.-&mda a.m-Morning SchooL Wor.hIp.Bro.. Luther Duos.! SclO!Pall'

;i: .' LLINWINHING COMPETITION \'5f tO fMI ILJI1 1 1:30: p.m.-Youn deavor.g People' En1:00 Wednesday 8:45: pm.-Evening p.m.-Tralnlnl: Worship.Union. '10:00 11:00.nIesda:: a.m.-Sandal a.m.-Preachinl.: li

Ramos W Ocunfowora, lUST CllR1STIA.'l- 1:00: p.m.-Pra'er Mating.T:30: p.m.-Prayer

48 Otato Street.EbutteMetU. CHURCH .Friday:
North SalarlaDd ptoPt'I
AadHorlum Young
1:30: pm.
B. J. Goodrich MInIster CLEWISTON MeetiN!
.' '' '. Lagos, Nigeria. ASOEatsLY or
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10:00: a.m.-Bible School _
.. GOD
,- r, 4 Dear &0. Editor: 11:00: a.m.-COmmunlon and ZIS South Frmdwe Street
For a lone time I have been Worship Service. James F. KlmbNl, Pastor CALVAR! ....
1 ,1e.
; seeking U. S. pen pals of both 7:30: p.m.-COmmunlon and Sunday: ( pili

sexes, luckly for me I came WorshIp Service. 10:00: a.m.-SUDda1 SchooL Rev. Herb Hlg ScJIOIL

THE DAYTONA 500 across ;your beneficial: name Wednesdays: 11:00: a.m.-l4ornIn/ Worship. 9:45: a.m.-Sun cia, Set*

pl; and address. I am told hat 7:30: P.m.-Bible Study. s 11:00: a.ID.-Oilldren's C1urcJL. 11:00: a.mrWashlD'1''aiJiII'!
you .are in good faithful and 7:30 p.m.-Evaneel1st1c Service 7:00 p.m.-Baptist

'- trustworthy editor.I JEIIOVAII'S wrTNESSFg Wednesday: *
). Daytona Beach, Florida-February 23i New 1964 Plymouth ; there lore taken up my pen Kingdom HaD-417 W. E1 Paso 1:45: p.m.-ChrIst'. Amba..ad1:00: ores-W

', 1 streaked across the finish line today to win the famous I to writ you these few lint* ct R. Oaboru ors. Tuesday: tx
pleasant word. I am African Watcbtower Study 1:00 -
Thursday p.m.
1 4aipaay : :
"Daytona 500"...fint-llconil-third!I.Averaging better than .- boy Nigeria and lived in Lagos, 7:30 p.m.-Pra'er ud Bible Wednesday': rrJI

N 154 miles per hour, Plymouth proved its ability .to take the the capttaL I am 16 yean ofage y Bible Studs 1:00: p.m. 8tud7' 7:30: p.m.1JDulThunda cJI
'. and also 5 ft. S In. I have + )' Midstry School, 7:30: 1'rJd.a1 1Tauusdayp :
rugged grind of competition racing and come up'a winner as well. : PnBon.
black: balr.. dark
,; eyes and light 4:00: 1:00: p.m.-OoIr
I r If this Is the kind of durability you want In your new car, ;.r"- ", '. complextaa. Service Merits 1:30: p.m p.m.-RoaI. Rangers far
.* ,
g Get up and go Plymouth for 19641 ? '&. My hobbies> are swimming, -

dancing, tootban also the exchanging This Weekly :
FI : of gift of Africangoods Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following

: COME DRIVE. A WINNER AT: '. \ lot digger Nigeria such, knifes and as bides handbags U. & and A. goods.akin etc., Hendry Motors County Floyd "0 Agent ParHnson, l

I will be STANDARD OIL COMPANY OcmpletePbooe
very much: delighted
WMl .J
if you can public pen p ls tome r-'
from all over the world. Kelly Tractor gewiston 1
Co. Giddens
& God will bless you and a1Io7'WI' IJJAlf
Highway SanBenitoSts. Phone 1-6501 SAVINGS
Beck ]Motors fame)'. Store

Clewuton Flat Yours faithful Pridgen Cities Royal 91 Inc.>

Raman W. *u tawoh. Service ?"' rag: to Pay


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overpowering Para ga club. AAW Root Beer ...... 43 49 Otwliton, Fla. THE: CXJCWISTON NEWS: Page m rrltl.wA 77-21. HUM ending Oewteton's DV Dragila Svc. 41 11 Calcutta successfulBy Thursday, March: 5, 1964
chancel in the tingle elimination I
tournament Handicap Scares
Allan Carlton, high corer for Game Series Jetty MeOMvlIl energy for the crucial back t

Oewiston, managed to dump in IDea Unebercer_".... 210 SM On Saturday evening big nine. The winning team: lt
basketball Fish mgt. areas set 1 points while William Navarro Bonnie Brasher ....... 205 565 crowd cum: to eat (h delicious a place, with a net of 60: K. Marrieon -
n's cored 7, Jimmy McCarthy: 4, Jenny Hendry ..._._..... 200 -._ chicken barbecue after* which B. Brraer and J. Harris
for Raymond' Blount 1 and Freddie Bobbi Swindle _._. NT the auction of the fourteen: For 2nd place, with a net of 11,
on is overpl.ayoft Canals Robertson 1. two teams tied: C. Wieaenfeld.K .
team for the
Calcutta took .1
scheduled Canal U, L-2 and L-3 in Pensacola' scoring was pret-- Scratch Score place under' the experienced"auctioneer" Crosby and F. Zemonek. andthe'
gam Hendry ty evenly distributed France Carlln _,._" 178 .... team of F. Etherton. A.
night between County were established a* Greg Sid Crochet The
y Williams Inei Llneberger __ 168 450 Holoubek and R MoCoUey.;
fish cored 12 and "
and WOWY baa a. management areas Craig evening was a big success and
CM by the Florida Lowder 12. France Carlla ..?..? _-. 449 Again there WM a tie for third
of dMfli Came and Fresh thoroughly enjoyed by all.
,ncelled because Water Bonnie Brasher .._._ 158 411 place. with a net of 63: It
scheduling game* in the Fish Commission meet. :Man for man,each player for Sunday at the tournament
i Jenny Hendry .._.. 158 417 Hare, A. Foster end M. Her.
hooi gym. according toecreetlon lag Saturday M Orlando. Other Fensacola was bigger than the started, with many Club
ring and the team of J. Hen-
director Woody such area were established inSt ClewUton player, however It members and friend on hand dry R. Mattson and G. LIme. PIES! PIES! Pies!
John County, Clay County" was learned that
era. the reason LADIES OP LAKE to wish all the contestant good berger. Congratulation to all
f and three fish refuge on the for the difference in alas wu' luck a* they. teed off.
team will be co-cham- St. John River in Volusia: and that player from the larger Spot Shop _. 66 44 In between round, under of you. Banana, lemon, coconut, key lime, chocolate, apple -
Jof the league and tile Putnam Counties: pending! approval town preferred playing Junior Old South _"_, 60V4 39V4: a It was a full weekend at the
jelimlnaUon! tourney preplanned U. S. boautifulOClllql7, everyone; enjoyed pecan, blueberry or any other kind you can
of the Corp) of Engineer basketball rather than playing Sugar Corp 54V* 45HBaldree' Country Club It started Friday
will not be held. *. The next meeting will Junior High basketball for the _......??. 48 52 delicious tidbits, whichgave morning with a brave troop of think of!
L I standings left Glades be April 24 *t Tallahassee at schools Clewiston, being* a Wilson. Lumber 46 54 the golfer that extra the Ladles Association going Also-fine cakes I
Kd WOWY tied for first; which !the hunting end fishing smaller town uses player for Parkinson 42% 57 H out to fight "Mr. Big Wind" on
t's In third place followed rule for 1964-1965 will be set !the\ Junior high team who ordinarily Hare Lumber 42 51 9-hole Flag Event The victor - - -
arklnsoo" and Thrifty could be playing Junior Canebrake 41ft 58V4 *: 1st place, Dot Vettorl and SHELBY is sitting down here waiting for your
basketball iSt11NGINFo1 second place,, Mary Weather
I This was the first season Junior SHED Scratch Score
(no pun Intended, honestly!). or
men's, league and KMF1ttUon All in all, the dewlston Capers I i0N
Dora Belcher 171 450
This Friday at noon, It the installed ovens to better !
new serve
held up much betJan lose at deserve much: credit: for Will DeArmai _.. 164 415 r you
tourneyThe monthly meeting of the LadH.don't ,
Carruther their efforts
anticipated ; it was a good ex. -
Jan Hutto 158 422 - -
There were minor difft-, Junior All-Stars perlence and they enjoyed the forget.Sugarland Call day before
|, but the program was Journeyed trip as much as If they.had won inch Handicap Score Boats Guides Gas Ice _ _
to Sanford
successful and plans are over the weekendto first place. Betty Carlton 218 __ Fishing Tackle Supplies Pharmacy
made to continue It next compete In the State Tourna- The All-Stars will get a second Lirisa DeAnna __ 209 _.. Full 9 inch pie large, slices $1.35
ment only to be trounced by an try for a tournament trophya Dart Burlingham".. 209 S71 Johnson'sFishing PIZZAYU
they Journey to Vero Beach Sara Cato,.. ???????,? 209) 558 Call TONY-31751Put this ad in your kitchen
this Saturday to compete in the Dora Belcher ___ ..." 552. Camp 23311
IaANWM ear District 5 Florida Recreation Wanda Sprullnj .,... 208 CUwbton! flea
I Kr4k ,w Association Junior Basketball
r' Tournament &_:...-

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U. S. S. C.. dewiston, 59
A point! ; Frostie, 53 points\ : W. .
T. Grant 49 points; WOWY 48
GET A HUGE, point; Okeelanta Sugar 47
point; U. S.: S. C. Bryant 46
11x14 WALL $ point*; Vandergift & Wms. 34
1 points; Belle Glade Herald 31
point CHALOa
High Team Set-IT. S. S. C,
oP Bryant, 2,427.
CHILD High Team Game-V. S. S. C.
y Bryant, 866.
''w High Ind. Set-Hank Andrei,
i'' 567.
< r f 235.High Ind Game-J. B. Jones

500 Sets-John Pelham and
Clarence Throng, 538; Bob
h Pearce, 510; Sidney Smith, 524;
Hank AndreU, 567; Curtis a
+ Tmopson, 503; Norman Austin M
s 504; J. B.Jonec, 527; Perry I
Rigdon, 514. I
200 Game Curtis Pullen, ,
D D 200; Bob Pearce, 201; HankAndrels a
207; J. B. Jones, 235. I

3'Days Only! ,
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0 T March 5-6-7 INCOME TAX

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Clewiston, Florida Complete Service Bookkeeping Haven, Florida .


STEAK March 67&8 1964 U


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Ernest McCray + # Friday, March 6th *

is ready to broil for YOUA

Selected, Top Grade, US Choice FishAThou'All Day Coronation BallLivestock ................ 8:00: P.M.

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New York Cut Show-----------------, 4:00: P.M. Crowning of King and Queen .... 8:30:: P.M.

SIRLOIN STEAK Saturday March, 7th '+ +
wait until' 6 P.M.) ,
(AvmUMe/ from Noon for 'those who can't

Served in our dining room Small Fry Fishing Contest .....-.. 9:00: A." Presentation' Awards .......... 1:15: P.M.

every Clay

Gigantic Parade ................ 11:00: A.M. Rodeo Youth Center ....:....... 4:00: P.M.

PLAN NOW Enjoy Dining Out

Bar-B-Que Dinner u.._-_........._ 12 Noon Fire Works Display ...._-.._n._. 7:45 P.M.

THE Street Dance .................. 8:45: P.M.

Clewiston Florida Telephone YU 2.3501 Sunday, March 8th -Rodeo, 2 p.m.pnth l

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.Fag. Four THE CLEW1STUN: NEWS OewMaa." Ha. her cousin Mr and Bin. daughter, Ljnda, left by train &lid dnah_
'Thursday, March. 5. 1114 t I Maurice Ocken. of Boston and from Sebrfng Friday lor l<
)(r. and Mr* Waftert Paul and bug N. C., to visit relatives Another 1. H. III 1
Mrs. Albert Walter of Massil- and to> attend the wedding anolvenarv f1Im.I11. StandsI, :
Ion. Oar reception for her par Aznoa
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. >E. enta. lives the CItU a b VIces
Beardsley are her sisters, Mr*. Mrs. Kathryn Lance of West for end frienda 'Ue 1\
NEWS David McMakin of Sarasota and Jakn Beach was a visitor in afternoon R, e HaIOlll m

Mrs. L. R NodrKe. McLean.. Qewiston Satunta,. Fred IL we-Mritt\ __
Va. Mr. and :Mr*. Loya* Barton Mr. and Sanders p.
Mr. and Mrs. Stoughton AU and Mfr and Mrs. G. H. Brown St. ovl
\II wood d Boston were guests and Jack Brown attended the Hok.or.Petersburg. tirr1"'t
last week of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boy Scout recognition banquet and rreepor,Wai
1drs. k
O'Neand ,
of Gulf Strewn Council In West
E. Edwards. ,1
BPW to observe Mr*. Ross LaByer and her *.isI Palm Beach Friday night Mr. Bay end Mr end f.Irt'ltNycheck

I tern, :Mrs. B. B. Vest:of Tampa Brown received a Veteran Donald Mr
Haven. sort
I flew to San. Antonio, Texas, to Scouter's Award for IS years
I attend the wedding d the lat- of service on) Gull Stream Coun VlIJitorw iD tIE!
Bosses Night [ ter's son. John Vest to MiD cil. Dr. Jess O. Moody: pastorof and Mrs. Fred ivpm the d,4
Barbara Gauge of Amarillo. the First Baptist Church, the weekend; Wen Gilt
AIr.> .
j Texaa. The wedding took placein West Palm Beach, was the Wilkinson of l. l
Mr. Marie B. Bowden a, their dealings toward the United the Base Chapel at Lackland speaker. and Mr. and lir H. re-.
state and national leader k I States Is; and what is needed Air Force Base. While In San Mr. and Mrs. Glom Crawford of Lovington. Hi L "
Business and Professional Wom to bring the people to aa understanding Antonix they were guests uf
en's chubs will be guest speaker of the problems their brother and family. Mr.
at the annual Bosses Nightdinner facing the nations 'Li. J. I 'f t P !: and Mrs. Paul DeArmond. Mrs. Ellis
of the Oewiston BPW Mrs. Bowden k administrative Mrs. M. L. Williams drove
dub next 'A eedal. Mrs Bow- assistant to Citrus Products: to Cocoa recently Dot her moth I
den's special field with the national Sales Department, of Minute MEMBEKS OF STLTU AGORUTS: Ibis,- 'agiters were fatty dressed hi tradlllMalewnuae er-in-law Mrs. Mary V. Parker
:. federation is that of chairman Maide Corporation where she garlea are shew la their Sisal prUr U the and were audience Phaser! a* who is visiting the Williams'! for top homemaking
of the World Affairs Gam.nuttee. has been employed since INS. Opealag Fatale .f the Beodiy Ceaaty Fair they acted *at "...I'7..e Is happy erea some time.
She earned this positron She served in a similar capacity The grasp aba. preeeate a Fiesta la hem the daakey-v-STAFF PROTO (CAd,). )Ir. and Mrs. Earl Gilmore
with her work in estbalishing in Leesburg and was tile M Friday sight at the Talent Shaw. The of Wsdestero N. c.. wereweekend Mrs. D. C. Ellis with a crocheted : Mrs. D. C. Ellis parsley
the Hemi 'herlc Friendship only woman president of the visitors! with the Art table cloth won the coveted Pickled] beans: Mr Lyle lei)
Committee promoting under Leesburg Chamber of ComIJ1Iefte. Lawrence family. Mr. Gilmore rosette. as grand prize entry NeaL band painted 0
standing: and friendship between She was reeponsible- for Beta Pi plans Orchid Showat k a retired postal employee and in the Homemaking boothat Claudia! Wilson OIIOII print! t; .
the countries d the Western organizing the LeeBburg Hospital was stationed! at Pearl Harbor the Hendry County Fair last Mrs. L. G. Vaughan, .1tIt:
Hemisphere. Association lJIC:. to construct Cape CoralThe with Mr. Lawrence during the week. Mrs. Ellis' entry was con.skJered Picture and plastic bee; ll s
Her talk win reveal a remarkable the $lit mffltan Leesburg work sessionBeta war. beet single item in the Helen Elate quilt; Abs l.1
undertaking of the General Basp &al. which was Southwest Florida Orchid L. P. Elam d IJnpnlntrn display by the Judges. Mrs. Fountain, afghan; lyt. -
problems which lace: of the Western Hemisphere She was chairman of the site Phi will undertake to renovate Sigma March 14-15 at the Cape .' Art Lawrence last week. Mr. teacher: and Mrs. Margaret dyed Farrell Moan lkvd
g In their efforts to cooperate committee for the Lake-Sumter and decorate their meeting Coral Yacht and Racquet Club ",,";1./, .... Elam was coach in dewiston Bare industrial art teacher of three red ribbon te c a
and resist the inroads d Junior College, and remain* on room in the Elks Lodge and An invitation is betoy extended during the 1332-53 term of dewMon High School. entries.
0ImInwIimL She Will Also 1 t- the board of both d these institutions. will hold special! wort session h all gi'oweis' of orchids: to. HftSONAtS school. Entries were not limited to: White ribbon Were sank
cuss how the people In the next Tuesday. participate fat the exhibit and to. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bsssett have the ladies three men won rib- to W. D. Burns for bansu.s
various countries fcel; what She is chairman of the commission At the meeting Tuesday attend kt germ Then will I J.rra. tt c;, Avant has setarnedaaeod returned to their home in Bas baa with their entries in various cake; Mrs. R. Il LuPiltow. -.
their economic status Is; what of membership and eveik silver trophies first division W. D. Burns of apron and pair
slog Dr. James Wright eounacUor from a week' visit ia Jackson- se*!. Va.. after an extended ddaii,
evangelism and a member of and third place ribbons far the I LaBelle won three blue ribbons Mr*. Vera Cam two
of the Juvenile courts of site with her daughter. Mrs. stay at the dewiston IDJL.In. pato.
the board of stewards of Mor beet la arveotHhree differentclasses. : for peanut butter fudge aa ornamental Mrs. ELY O'Neal,wall
Hendry and Glades Charlotte ps
Rainbow Girls counties. Land and her grand ) Jack A. Urals lira 5
risen Memorial Methodist ..
Judging will be done p egg tree. and aa mechid Mrs. Hilda Tonarely
Church. was guest speaker. dot daughter. Mrs Larry Garrett. Richard G. Defter. Mrs. R. E. drier
of some problems with famOy. Mrs. Frank Ore Shaw and Miss Marjorie Daugh-
receive reports The bat BPW dub members! which hi* office must daLMrs. Society, Judge from the South drove to GainerviUo to meet trey attended the performance tuffed picture; Rev. Duane Trooper Davehospitalized
are extending personal invitation Florida region. Orchid marts, Zoller. also of LaBeDe
Frank MotOey was her mother on the return won a
Worthy Advisor Lynda Carl : appointed trip. of Oklahoma at the Musicarmval
to their bosses and wives where mature plant and feedings blue ribbon for a mosaic cross. is
historian, Rkky
replacing Mrs. Horosby is at home
ton presided at the Rainbow ia West Palm Beach last
and a general invitation to other of the latest crosses caa I and Frank Thompson of Dew>
Wade Wilson who baa moved with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. *-
weebDd. Trooper
Assembly Monday
i evening when Dave
civic dubs and leaden be purchased, will be tram, Tamilian t
to attend from the dr. H. E. Homsby. Car t ton won a blue ribbon to aa oil
reports of activities were giv the dinner and bear thai ; Miami. SL Petersburg. N.pie1aDd 1 I : a Uday Friend of Mrs. E. W. Durst portrait Burns alao entered the reported as improving a .
en. The girls reported! he Fair Hastes. Mrs.. Freeman Hodges. leave from the U. S. Marines. Bradenton
outstanding speaker. The dinner Fort Myers. A snack bar will be glad to learn that she know baked goods division and when k.
Booth successful Jr. send Fepvalimenta' Sow based at New River. N. c.. won taken
and was
Jar hot recuperating nicely from Sunday after I fc
win doughnuts :
start at T:30 at the coffee blue ribbons with his
thanks to FbnTs Shell after the meeting to u.damesW'1Diam } Homsby has hew on an ex.sided pecan fflness.
Service days
He .
Oewiston Inn. and fa C.IS per and cold! drinks has been 1 surgery performed In West pie Southern ban. expects k k
).fr. and Mrs. Baker James tended duty: cruise in the llediterranean ; pecan pecan released
Nottingham person. McPfaau. by the Cape Coral Garden Cub Palm Beach last week. Mrs. from the hospital k,
Hinrna Electric. Gary Sccu Jack Red**. Richard Baker. Plant since his last visit Punt, for many: yean a Owntan brittle spiced pecans. weekend.
Chuck Wells Mutest Charles' Frank Gentry Harold Estep entries may be mat* home six month ago. Other blue ribbons were won
Mrs.. Broadrick is from 1 resident now fives at WO
Beauty; Swp. Kelly Tractor 0.. Frank Mottley. Kenneth Walker. pjn. midnight Fri Mr. and Urs. Wm. C. Owen. Southeast Jrd street Belle by Mrs. Maurice Fletcher for
State honoree Robert day. March 13th. and ':30 a,m. Jr. cherry pie and a knitted neater .
Farm Insurance and Royals Monday McCblley: : J. F. Baker Tool. Claire and Frank Glade
far pon.iaring. Sr.. Robert Bass. Robert L, to 14th.1:30 ass Saturday March Owen of West Palm Beach were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Adams ; Mrs. Virginia Polhffl, pound .yt
The Rainbow Girls awarded Mrs. W. R. Broadrick was Adams John Black W. W. Car.ruthers. All entries exhibits, weekend: guests of Mrs. Wm. C. have returned to Roanoke Va.. cake; Mrs. Alec Henley of
pleats Cowers)
their Doll House to Mr*. ROMNesbitt honored with a surprise birthday Luther Davis and Michael the must be registered Owen after a winter' vacation m Moore Haven German chocolate
party by members of the HeniD(. entry dent to b*> Guests of lit and ?Sin. Cfewictoo.Mrs. cake: Mrs. R. H. Langford.a .

Car tags are on) sale by all Tabitha Class of the Hi Haven eligible be lot Judging. An plantsmust George A. Von this week are Louis Christiansen and purse, Mrs. Marian Carithers.
labeled. _
Rainbow Girls; anyone inter Baptist Church Monday eve correctly self portrait: Mrs. Vera Cox. hAnilglad
tamed in buying should contact ', ning. The party followed UM Nurses invitedto how hour are from 2 p.m. on painting. Mrs. Polly McLen-
them. This is one of the Assembly's regular monthly .-cm,. cancer session tj 10 pun on Saturday Mirth don oil painting. Mrs. Mildred
fund-raising projects and Mrs. Henry Surey presided at 14; 10 ajn. to I pjn. on Sun Farrell of Moore Haven two
the support of the residents is the meeting and Urs. Floyd Registered nurses, practical day. March Uch. Proceeds !tarn blue ribbons for ceramics; Mrs.
appreciated.Y Royal conducted a Bible quit nurses active or retired are Invited >1 donation wffl be used forrigger Eula OTfeaL knitted suit; Mrs.
which Mrs. Broadrick won to a special conference and better shows la the! Helen Kiste quilt Mrs. Mamie '
Mrs. Paul R. Holladay and: on cancer, planned! lot auras ","*.lire. Williams of Felda. pickled cucumbers I
Mrs. W. R. Baxter were ho In the First Methodist Church, and tomato preserves
'-. A refreshment table was Fort Uyer at ':30 next Wednesday Mrs. Hazel a Dykes of UBeCe. that I found oat ia time !hat s
covered with lace doth over .morning. :3J. Florida V.F.W. Auxiliary artificial Cower arrangement, i4ptMJau scent nukn The fc
green -. Pink candles and Nurses AsaxiII: aII. district: 7, and Mrs. K. R. Sargent, a pillow Difference ia Insurance! Ka at
a flower centerpiece of yellow and the American Cancer Society In S'ftdidaviDe; Mrs tinning, penoaal! tttmtioi to r
and coral roses completed the have planned the meeting plans bake saleA P M. Ubardoni. LaBeHe pine Insurance needs sited nu tlnaaadi .
table decorations. Birthday around the theme "The Nurses' needle basket; Mrs. Kenneth .f doUan.-lie alad,not uC
cake punch coffee and nuts Role; to providing continuity of sale of baked goods win beheld Curtis LaBeHe afghan Mrs. Calla. any timerBeardsley!
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE were served Care lor the physical, emotional by the V. F. W Auxiliaryon J. M. Fountain afghan Mrs.
RADIO SERIES Attending were Mrs.. C. W. and spiritual needs of cancer Saturday: morning, starttcf k a Anne Giotfelty.; apron crocheted w .+
Mans Mrs. L. C. MZier. Mrs.W. patients." Phyaiciaii. hospitaland at 1 O dusk: in the stire-nets doily charcoal picture.: bang
WSWV MettC J. Jackson Mrs. H. V. Turner I.- public health nurse and a adjoining Jack's Barber Shr.** IDa backet. zr
BELLE GLADE Mrs Holladay.Mrs. Broad clergyman are on the panel pro on Bond Street. A variety ofbonebaked Red nbbons; were awarded toMs
rick. Mars Storey.: Mrs. Royal gram. There win be a luncheon goods 'W';. be onsale. Marjorie Warren. LaBeOe. Nash
SCMUTS. 11:41 p.x."i Mrs. Baxter. Mr*. Paul AUa recess! and the conference wffl book binding; Mrs. Leroy F.

"i aDd Mill Betty; BoDaday. CIODdudeatSp.aa. Wicks LaBeUe. blouse; Evelyn Insurance

Stars him,. Seta Dickey w.stky.atna. sad her 1Iia4.... Cark Fletcher, pair wan plaques; Agency
will honor Betsy wwtay Urs. R. H. Tw bMkpeaoVal I Arect
r 1rlLSO.V'Srj. pabpce Ne+ at their first BMrtiag .. the Langfcrd. lounging
Hastens Star last M.aity ereata. *. They were hwUO>4 at Hipper, hot pad. Vera Cox; Serve TOC Pint
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Ue Opea boUlUtUa two paintings; Mrs. W. O.
a Fearaary UM.II .
SN East 8* arUad BJam1r |
: BAKERITE 3th. S9t Sugariaad Chapter No. CO. Campbell, crocheted domes;
rj. Can Order of Eastern Star will have

a regular meeting at which .
Junior Past Matron and Junior -
Past Pa se. Mr. and Mrs. ,

t : l1EL IO.'TE PUNTA'ltaf: Monday Ralph Ford at 0 pjn.AQ wen. be hawed

i Tuna Fish _m__ 2 for 49 Meal -mm 4-Ibs. 3SeI. viitors members m Oewistoa and are O. cordially E. S.- r f We're proud to report:

4 I invited to: attend. This is the year of The Incomparable

I. 33 Bleach 'i4 Gal 29i Starch; Gal. Imperial
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JII'O'IIL Aetasny. dbsa hLA1 ttfaertd
Ja 10 dQI dIaa wan aow.tb8 eadn 1963 wan JaptdI;
TROPICAL I"REEZEa UI\"rO add J'C&' W.iqe there wry bean

: Paper .__. 12" soft 39t Cranberry Sauce 2 for 39 Farm Patients Shirley admitted Caraley.Connie J...- lap.W productba, yes'cat wiI tandaatmI lie r.w .will. a .m5ce 1&1 b the 01 IDe qgaJirJ.IDe Ya woaJcIa"t went It dint ddaJlalllac.a.t..,.ADd ... J'IIIa' sea and JmpaW cIme I, I
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Hamburger21bs. c ----' Frank Figley. Thomas Shupe. .
AT 1'RANR3 Robert Cos. Edith Louise Ilan

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the Hendry Oeaoal BoapOal. r
and the .... ..... who were IIt
aa very kind and admtaadiac,

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gem aad it at jour nearest Imperial dealer's
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tor this being that.
everyone, re.
*iow-pitch girdles of ageing years, get a Mrs. Bursey is OWA WILE MAKE Oseistee J'1a. THE: CLIWISTON NEWS Pap J'he

chance to hit the bell a* well a* BOATACADE PlANS County populationis Thursday, K.rda I. 1984

.oEtbal1league ffeU the ball In fastpltch softball -
where the competition 1* awarded Flan for the aaaaal Okay I
wiJl be III CJl"PDzatiocomeetlnl much keener there damageMrs. ehottee Waterway Association
The at the toftb8Jl, Geld will be anaverage up 30% since 1960
of only three or four Boataead will be dks
IWXIt Off. 844-1355
Ea." 't'rinJdad Avenue "hit*" per cam Ruby Santera Buney eusaed by the director ef 6 I

mod] ) night. larch 11.1 Inter.jn at- la the past three or four In was awarded S21.000 damage the Waterway Association( at Hendry county's rate of growth geographer and economist, who Re*. VI 8-2682 I

30 p.m for everyU18.1oW-pltch suit year slow-pitch Softball baa and her'the suit against J. F. Dana 5:30: p.m. Tuesday, March since 1960 was second high In prepared the report, noted that e i
led playing 19. boomed all over the world much State Road Department 10. at Old South Ba -B-Q the 18-county Central and Southern 351,000 new residents moved In
MJnI.mUlU ate is the same II a new fad, etc.. resulting from an auto accident ranch. Florida Flood Control District sine 1960 while 105,000 more

At the present time there In 'N the that' why; w. !want;you to come In December 1960 la which according to a report issued were Added ilL January 1963 Thurmond W. Knight
leatuel her husband received The Boataeade will be held
td1 t fatal In.
ore dew p out and participate in dewis- this week by FCD. when the FCD boundary' ex-
are juries the weekend ef Mar U and
jailed Staten than ton's. Slow-Pitch League Its Mr Bursey had sued Hcndry'i gain was estimatedat tended to include! a portion of
realOA for $30,000.! will remitht In Clewlston. Lantl1Jro'ker"thurmoncllAl9hl
,i.pttch \! fun and exercising at the same Plans for the entertainmentand 30 per cent, second only to Orange county, including about "Accredited Farm &
time. Brevard (Cape Kennedy) which half of Orlando.In
The firm at Roberta and Wat aeoomodstion of the Realty. Inc. orrtCRi (
mpire'* clinicA ton and that of Henderson, tnesta will be made locally 'wa up 35 'per cent. Other fast preparing tills report the B..ass" nivlwa Brack 2010 ATMHM E .
Franklin, Starne and Holt br a Chamber ef Commerce growing counties were Martin FCD used figure released by 'lister. BeachGet
Woes Pain B. Vlrlda
be held at the South asks up 29 per cent, Okeechobee up Bureau and
A eli>ac Bay were the attorneys in the case. Committee. the U. S. Census annual
X1tb Center on Tuesday 1W&bt. 28 per cent and Lee up 26 percent estimate by Dr. John
arch to. .t 730; for anyone Testimony at the trial brought said the report. Webb of the University of Florida

III urnp4rInC the City permit for lake out that Joseph Victor Bursey. Fair has lost Hendry'a population wa set III' well a* the district' own
tam ofl.aU games end the while employed by the firm of at 10,600 in 1963, in the FeD re- studies

dget the coming[League seeIM.baseball AU games<**- recreation siteThe Inc.Vause, was. Parham engaged Construction in landscape, saw and staplerA port.Riley S. Miles. Klsal mmee! growth"The within pattern the of FCD"population Chamberlain ready for Easter!

log a tilling! station at the intersection
J1I will be paid 13 per game chairman of the FCD board in said "indicates! that
hieh could mean S6 per Dll"1t of State Roads 80 and power saw and a stapler releasing the study noted that while tourist and retirement are
there will be two game City of South Bay baa 29; while standing at the rear purchased by the Hendry County more than 455,000 new resident ttlll responsible for substantial March 29
asked the U. S. Engineer for
night of the truck he was using a Fair and Livestock Show have been added to the district' gains along ,the East Coast, the
the meet. permit to construct, maintain Slate: Road Department truck and used by insetting 15,000 mile since
lu can't attend many person square area most spectacular: gain percent
you contact Woody Car- and operate a public recreation driven by Dana struck the other up booth.."at the exhibit 1960. The population Jumped! 25.6 age-wise" are: due to the space Men's Suits
g please[Director of Recreationthe area on the Herbert Hoover truck pinning Burley againstthe building for last week' fair t* per cent in the past three year Industry In Brevard and to sugar
:there Youth Center person Dike.. The proposed facilities rear of the parked vehicle. .missing. Frank Veltre reported -Hfrom 1.781,911 to 2237680. citrus and dairy expansionIn 55% dacron, 43;)% wool

phone In 32171. will Include an access road Bursey suffered Injuries from that these articles were\ not returned Alex Chamberlain district Ifendry.; Martin and Okee green tan
.by wn age of 21 will be retired. parking area, picnic areas, rest which he died three day later. to the Fair office and chobee counties" 2 pc. suits sizes 36-42
room facilities and a boat on December 9. Testimony in them
probably someone now has
In the county-bY launching ramp extending! Into the case 'was heard Mondayand who doe not know where to church organization send their
the Lake rim canal. Tuesday and concluded on return them. national magazine to the library of residents living within
the boundary of the lcD the report
Application plans for this pro Wednesday. The Jury wa* composed The item should be returnedto and these are placed on $39.95s
ject may be seen at the Corp of Julian Dickson fora- the Hendry; county sub-office. the tables for use. gave 803,887 in 1950. 1,781,
811 In 1960 end 2,237,680 in
FAMILY of Engineer office in Gewis- man, William E. Davidson Wil- If Mr. Veltre ts not In his Brice The city assumed the management s-
ton and at the office of the liam C. Boawell. Everette P. (they be left with 1963.
may any of the library severalyear Hendry county's population sizes 2, 3, 4
District! : Engineer, in Jackson- White Leon Detnbry and Alon- of 'the,others in the building. ago and currently is giving
was shown a* 0,051 In 1950. 8,*
PROTECTOR ville. ro F. Fountain. $4,500 this year for its maintenance $4.98 to $6.98
It i Ie not proposed to bold a 119 la 1960 and 10,600 In 1963. ,
The of Lottie and operation. Mr. Ford Glade. county showed 1,199 In
public bearing on the applica case D. Perkins Unopposed, Conner
dan aid Col. H. R. Parfitt, a widow versus George pointed out that for this recreation.He U about. 1950. 2,950 in 1960 and 3,200 In girls sizes 4 to 6x
half the budget <
district: engineer. Anyone desiring Foulk has been set for Friday thanks 1963.
to submit a protest based Mr*. Perkins' husband, Julian expresses plead for help m..curinla Okeechobee county showed $4.98 to $7.98 '
new library building so a full- 3,454 in 1950 6.424 ki 1960 and
on the proposition! that the proposed C. Perkins wu crushed to Commissioner. of Agriculture service ; t
I work would waeasanable death in a rock pit in Western Doyle Conner tort no time'IJesdaylit time complete library 8,200 in 1963.Sugarland.
He said levy
can be offered. a ;
interfere with public navigation Hendry County noon when he deadline
done mill by the city,
or would unfavorably affect for qualifying for state office provide the $8,500 needed for Pharmacy
the navigattw] capacity of ended with no opposing Peaches n"cream
operation of such building, .
the waterway should] submit Public libraryhas candidate for his office He. but that-as in the case of rec- PIZZAYU

Abner H. Vann such vfteet in writing In sufficient wired Sidney Crochet: and asked reatton-Jhe city may find It Toddlers dresses
detail to admit of clear hat tit deep appreciation be possible to provide the financing 2-3311
understanding. The protest new booksA given to all friend and sup
Ph. 1- .... without a levy.;
should be sent to the District porters. The library board-L. M. finest drip dry 100%
A Engineer; Corps of Engineers. of Crochet replied in telegram cotton
2-5971 number new books of Weetman. Mr*. W. C. Owen
M......e: P. O. Box 4970, Jacksonville fiction for adults have been which said "Lack of opposition Mrs. F. E. ConUing J. P. Sex- batistelacetrimmedluscious
Florida, in time !to be receivedon Is not surprising In view of ;your '
placed on the shelve of the ton and W P. Jernlgan give pastels pink
bit Firm Uf h le sure mo.Company or before March 18. Oewistan. Public Library this outstanding! qualifications:: and many hour of volunteer work GET yellow, blue, mint

*Office Bloomington UUnola. CoL Parfltt pointed out that past week, announced the librarian the splendid manner .in which to the literary Book selection: 6 mo., 9 mo., 12 mo.,
have directed the affair
'the final decision rests primarily Mr. Alice W. Ford. ;you ordering, cataloging handling PIKES 18 mo.
on the effect d the projecton They are: of the agricultural' departmentof of correspondence and finances
navigation other factor not!: great state and in viewof
0 e.,well U many minor chore:
directly connected with navigation "Way Station," a science fiction !the\ confidence in ;you and are the task of the library PEp $3.98
o will be given consideration! story by Clifford Slmak; the high regard for ;you that i II board.W. .
"The Shrunken Head," a new most apparent among the citizens -
and protests based on uch other P. Jernlgan. who Introduced CHAMJRIOflMEDIiyiWPRCE
should submitted mystery by Robert L. Fish; of Florida. Our sincere! Arnel Sheath
Fri. Sat, Mar. 8-7 actors be Mr. Ford, told of the
DOUBLE FEATURE 10 writing. "Love Let Me Not Hunger by congratulation. for and on behalf many hour of service he gives

"GOLMTII AND. SIN Paul Galileo; "The Street of of ;your local constituents." to the library also. Ford told
B1BYLON" Cubs will hold Crocodiles," by Bruno" Schulz; how Rotarlan could help tine $10.98 a "

MARK FORREST "Delilah's Mountain by Gloria library by using it; by promoting
banquet SaturdayCub Jahoda; "Take Heed of Loving Rotary learns it and by stressing the whipped} ( cream
Pack No. 619 will hold Me" a novel! about John Donne for building and
need library
a sheath full skirt
I'-SIMSOV SLAVE QUEEN" Its Blue .and Gold Banquet in by Elizabeth Gray Vining. supporting] the city in.iU operation or Rai'
the Elementary School LunchRoom library
of the library.
"Hurry for Me. by S. J. Wil-
Saturday evening starting Carl Hornsby presided at then I $14.98Half
Ion\: "Apollo at Go by '
Sun Mon. Tues. at 630.: Sutton; "Of Good and Evil,' by story of the Clewlston --wing and100of), member h lr
Mar B-9.10 The annual event will observe Ernest K. Gann; "Jamie" by Public Libary wa told to Rotary were present making the 8th sizes

|\0 ONE UNDER 18 YRS. the 54th anniversary of Boy Jack Bennett; "The Others" member by Rev. HenryH. 100% attendance of the club r ; 100% rayon linen t
in the United States.It .
Scouting by C. F. Keppler.Carolina Ford a member d the U.brary this ;year.
"LO'ElTJl PKOPEK will be a covered dish affair board, at Monday'* luncheon "Woody" Carruther was Installed sheath xd '
STBINGEK" and all Cubs their parents the meeting. Mr. Ford said the as a new member of 1 "

NATALIE WOOD Den Chiefs end their parent, crash location: of the library in the Rotary $10.98
are cordially; invited to attend.There's center' of town is an. excellent

one, but the apartment on the
second floor of the Nicfcell Birthday GreetingsMarch MERCURYHendry )r

injuries WyseWalter Building In which it 1* housed -Dr. Steve Johnston
1* very crowded. Some people Prank t Mr
Morris Rldgdill *
no substitute Wyse Jr., was injuredin have quit using the library because Simmon
an automobile accident In they are unable. to climb
:MarchMr: *. Rood.
Hampton S. C. Saturday night, the states, he aald.
for ENERGY! where he had gone to be with vorn, Wm. K. Bixby. Jacket dress
his mother who underwent an The library utilize every foot March 7-Verne Harper, Ida .
o. in the Hampton of floor and 'wall apace; it ha Mae Primed.Starch S $14.98dacron \
two email table at which readers 8-Addle Durst, Hugh ,
may tit, and diNe are usually Allen Ronnie Roth, Janet Sle- seersucker
Details of the accident are not crowded in the evening wert. Easter

.. and prwide it quickly known here but Mr. Wyse, his hour by school student who March41elvln Keen Jr. Jacket dress
tugar sister Mrs. France Stamper use the reference volumes. A March 10-Emma Jan Ilelvy. -
of Eau Gallie who accompanied large walk-in closet, intended asa Bill Bro dfoot. Bob Stacy' r At $9.98

1 f him and their father, Walter clothes and storage closet, Bobby Roland Patricia Beck I
Wyse, Sr., were together in the has been made into a "history' Thomas Thos. H. Jones III.
car and enroute to the hospital nook" and it la crowded with March 11-Ross LaByer.

A! t to visit the mother. Mrs. Stamp book helve, is lighted only by March 12-Mr*. R. M. Spire. PARKINSON'SSo
er escaped with minor injuries one electric bulb, making it dif Lonnie M. Norris.ABBA County

4 sugar and was given emergency treatment ficult to use it effectively. Motors Inc.
The of the libraryax ,
and released. Mr. Wyse. resource
Sr., suffered a severe head cut, very Cood... far a* they reeled Bacsrlsnd Illwsy Clewbtoa
crushed kneecap and broicen go said Mr. Ford. There are "
rib. Waiter Wyse Jr.. suffered ,000 volumes on the shelve. Crochet director
1t" compound fracture of the ankle In addition to the Americana
and a severe laceration of the Encyclopedia ((2 year old) a Sidney L. Crochet: Clewlston,
mouth and lost two teeth in the Brtttanica end Book of Knowledge was tcefected director: of the I
accident (each 10 year old) and a American Brahman Breeder QuieC"Shhhhhhh : :
r Standard Encyclopedia. ((20 Association at the 40th annualmeetI.DI _
Mr* Wyse Jr., left for Hamp year old) the bleary ha many fci Houston in Febru
THRIFTYDRUG ton Sunday to be with her husband encyclopedia\ on special subjects ary.; Another director from Florida -

and hi* parent She has such a* American literature U Max E. Hammond, of i

reported to friends by phone travel history; science, Winter Haven, elected hU year.
that an seem to be to satisfactory etc. Most of the book on the

condition.: beat eller list are placed on None' of us ever get anything

the shelve. Immediately and are for nothing, but that

la great demand. However the doesn't keep us from trying.
12-year old lad library Is Iodine! almost entirely ,

Specials to book fa the resource
(which it offer to the public. Muck Land
dies in LaBelle There are no film, records or
tap recordings, no bound, volume 640 acres one mile on 1

E1ectI Steve Williams. 12-year old of magazine, with the good road cleared.
AIR General and Mrs. Jack L. single I exception of the National
II DRyjg .on of Dr. to Go.
TOOTH BRUSH William, of LaBeUe died yesterday Geographic. The hate. G. B. ,
((6 oej j Be,. I1US following a long fflness. Rackstnw gave the library all $175.00 per Acre YOU FEEL AN '

He wa barD in Athens, Ga. and Geographic stoce the year'
$11.95 Sale 1923 these have been bound DadeMonroeRealty
$15.95 LaBelle for &hreeJeerl. ;
bad lived in
and the library is continuing to ana AIR CONDITIONER NOT HEAR m I II
maintain the Geographic subscription -
TRANSISTOR He wa a member of the First and to bind the vol. SH W. SofirlsndTU

RADIOS Country Club Baptist Church: of LeBefle.
18 Bathroom SEATS Club the Cub Scout, and Legion Audubcn society. and f of tit without disturbing velocity. -
onI,) Hendry County UsesW.Pow.
$8.88 $2.98 .1,100.guar, ender Insulation dead.
LImIted offer en founds before it has a chance to
Graveside service: will beheld I reach inside your room.Wtldtd .
at four o'clock Friday afternoon OLD METHODIST CHURCH I
in Ortona Cemetery e contraction eliminate potential ,
r' Luncheon
PP -. vibration
i C. Dean officiating.
Dr. Reeves
I YOUNG TENDER TOM TURKEY Partisan Funeral Home Pomrtd for the, big cooling job/.

with southern Is la charge of arrangement
giblet dressing In addition to. his parents Backed by a century-old t
'lIlasbed gravy cranberry sauco 'i survivors are three brother. For SaleCALL tradition of fnttcrafttmanshlt
POtatoes and afar. roes SwlMMelli r l
garden peas ] Lee Mark and Hank a

S8 or 2 for 98* ter maternal, Da eJ1D grandparents, of LoBeua Mr.; and laW WH 6-4631 GLADES GAS COMPANY

Mr*. R. A. Bayr d Miami and For Further Information
e his paternal grandmother', Mrs. TCKON
Edna; William. yisilmmr 1

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Six THE: a..EWJSTON NEWS Oewlatoe I1a. tIN is earmarked for the school Schaub qualifies Oewisfcxi b be used lag theteacher's to the eee"v'r',
Joure dent I84.
Thursday, Mardi 6, net New homes board+ and one-third hue the C&ud
The observance was ctatcwid large juicy .
commissloneM. .w.
county 10
Hendry county received $950 for reelectionFrank by the civic club and to add out fcbooU ft* the teseb tile

are going up and Glade county (*. Other Schaub, 42-year old
nearby neighboring counties and Democrat has qualified. ] for reelection -
New homes are being built the amount received include a* State Attorney/ Boa Garth L Lewis
? in Oewlaton for U M. Wee Charlotte ",112- Collier $6470. the 12 Judicial+ Circuit which
.5 man, E. L. Holoubek, Frank DeSoto tea. Hardee 994.! Highlands includes Hendry, Glades and General Contractor
Matheny. W. L. Hughes. Jr., $1,870, Lee $16,3<<, and six other coo: .tIeI. He is *
: A. man ought to and George Bradley, according Palm Beach $30,977.Attorneys graduate of tha University of New Construction AdditionsFree
get to February permits Issued at Idaho and Stetson University
the City Hall. College of Law and has practiced estimate
The Weetman home will be on move In: Florida 15 years He is on any job
; what he fort Avenida del Rio, and Is a 58x42 admitted to an. courts In the
charge Phone Belle Glade
pays to quash WY
foot dwelling on lots 10. U 12 state and federal courts .Including 6.6069
and % c* 13, in Mock 142. Estimated Attorneys for the Diston Island I the U. S Supreme Court.
cost Is $13,500 The Holo- 655 SW 2nd StreetATTENTIONI
District and the
Drainage He was in the U. S Navy for
also AvenkU del
ubek home on
Glades County Sugar Growers four in World War II. He
.RIO is on lots 10, 11, 12, block years
have Cited not
Cooperative ; guilty has served as Judge of the
15, and will be 53x42 feet!in size.
; ; papers and moves to quash Small Claims and Justice of
make good sense for you to pay the price of a Chrysler It'will cost an estimated 15280. charges in a cult brought by Peace Court in Manatee county

..and end up with a Chevy. Or a Ford. Or a loaded compact car. Our manager Frank for Matheny the new, the dewkton local: State members Board of at the Health two against firms,: other for office eight years in his,home and has county.held ,!

Chrysler prices start as low as the tags you'll find on some of these. building Fertilizer on Company lots 1. 2, plant block, 147 Is charging According pollution to information of waters.obtained He is term completing as state his attorney.first four Farmers, Cane Growers and Ranchers

And for this little a husky You on Esperanza Avenue. His home at the Glades County year LOOK TO THE
money you get grownup Chrysler. will be 44x26 feet in size with Courthouse, the petitions claim FUTURE AND

get big car pride. Big car ride. Backed by 40 years of engineering an estimated added garage, and will cost that the statute cited in the warrant Talent show goes WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
an \ $10,125
is illegal!: because of its
leadership. We don't sell small-size Chrysler! versions. We're big car The Hughe home, 23x41 feet broad ecope Attorneys for the on despite cold
A. Low Cost Farm MortgageFEDERAL
in size, will be a CBS building Sugar Co-op also point out thatif --
: men. And proud of it! Stop in. Size up all 3 of our great Chrysler on West half of lot 7, and lot 8, the statute is legal, then Chilling breezes did little to LAND BANK' LOAN
block 431 on El Paso street Its members of ithe have Will Famish Cash ToRefinance
series Economical Co-op hamper the enthusiasm of the
: Newport. Sports-bred 300. Luxurious New debts.
cost is estimated at 17,000. been falsely charged *s they contestants of the Friday night
Yorker. We'll show how it is what The Bradley home is a frame have nothing to do with the operation Talent Show at Hendry County o Finance farm Improrementfl, new buildings, De...
you easy to get for. chase wind machines and Install
you pay dwelling on Aztec Avenue on of Diston Island Drainage Fair and Livestock show A Irrigation
lots 1, 2 block 433 It wm be District. nice crowd 'was on hand to Assist In purchase of a farm rove or ranch
5 CIDM 48x25 feet in size and cost: an County Solicitor Harry P. watch the show under the direction Purchase more land.
estimated $7,500Additions Johnson of Clewiston i is to of Billy Doane. Provide capital funds for the farm enterprise.
ere being. built to schedule a" hearing date In the ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
modernize the homes of Ed- near future at which time Judge Sylvia's Kindergarten: opened HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES.
ward Barton J. B. Ddckaon, !the James C. Fountain will hear the program with a Mexican 1. Lower payments.
pastodum owned by the First ithe arguments regarding the Fiesta where everybody was 2. Longer terms (op to SO rears).
Baptist Church, 0, A. Anderson quash proceedings\ Should the happy Including the donkey. S. Dependable service serving agriculture txchulnh/
C. L. Benson Raymond motion be denied by Judge Taking part were Graclela Ramirez since 1917)).
Pittman and Walter Gunrte. Fountain, the case will probablybe John Esser, Martha Ar- t. Foil prepayment privileges without peDalt,.
heard during spring circuit rleta, Rhonda Brown Brenda 5. Loan service by local people familiar with local ml-
dividemotorboat court in April. Johnson Is expected Bounburg Peanut Tindall, Loly culture
Counties to ask assistance of the Tindall, Pamela Perkins, Billy U we can. be of sertlse to TOO please write or phon
State Board of Health! attorneyin Tindall, David Quintana Dorothy W. R. MAY, Mgr. or DOYLE E. ABBOTT, Aist Mp.
rerund.FlorIda' urholding the validity of the Walker, John Dickson, ViI-

67 counties divided statute cited in the charges. tna David Perez Berner.Silvia Aguirre and Federal Land Bank Associationof

: 523.345: last week In the first
a'O6E11PTO Clirysler ti4 motorboat registration certificate LaBelle dedicatesnew Don Drake played a piano BradentonPHONE
tax refunds by the Florida solo, "Indian War Dance";
:' .. Conservation Department! Glen Pridgen, guitar solo, : 743-2051 BRADENTOV: FU
lIEllB llIB lIEN JNl7Jf/RNEIOIlBOIUlOOD 111/0 MAlB IfSfJ./ Director Randolph Hodges, post officeThe "Western RIde"; Mrs Robert
said the distribution was the Adams' majorettes, Mary Cor-
first under the 1963 law which new Post Office in the bin, Donna Stalls, Elizabeth
AumonzioDuism' CHRYSLER MUrOMOOHFOIMIlMi substituted an annual registration city of LaBelle will be dedicated Bishop, Patty Jones and Ton
certificate, tax for the personal Sunday afternoon In ceremonies: Mattson, performed A baton
property tax on boats. starting at o'clock, accordingto routine, Debbie Tillrnan tap THE PETE SMITH HOMES
Under the law, two-thirds of Postmaster Wm. R. Rider. danced to "Baby Face";; Brent
the money received by the mum Hon. C. Banks Gladden regional Wood\ played "Cossack Dance" Designed Fur Florida Living Pleasure
director! Atlanta, will deliver
as a piano solo; Keith Carter
MOTORS'Highway the dedicatory address sang two vocal solos, "That QUALITY - ECONOMY
BECK Congressman Paul G. Rogershas Lucky Old Sun" end 'If I Were
Sugarland Pharmacy been Invited as a special the Only Girl"; LaFaye Land Built By:
guest and will attend unless Judy Rutland and Eula Jean
PIZZA Congressional duties require his Rutland sang Mansion on the SOUTHERN AIR BUILT HOMESA
and San Benito Street Clewiston Fla.
presence in Washington Hilltop"; Gayle Torbet: sang
YU 2.3311 Immediately following the "Over the Rainbow' ; and Mrs. FLORIDA CORPORATION!;
ceremony the building will be Helen Holdridge and Billy 2> Years Serving Florida's IIome. nkm
open for inspection, and refreshments Doane completed ithe program,
wilt: be served. with an organ-piano duet, SALES REPRESENTATIVE WANTED
"When the Saints Come Marching
Glades Roofing Co.All In." The'Southernairef

OPEN HOUSE sVnMa'rM8; Types of Roof and
Sheet Metal Work Kiwanis donateto

New Construction or
Repair Jobs teachersIn

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Oewiston. JTa. THE dZWBION NEWS Page 5venHarlem Guests eppaaring
Thursday, March D, 1984 gram wen*,

' Greetings A. Reed i BettvuneOookman I

College; Mrs. Eugenia .
NewsNews Rackard. T B. T. A

JUDOBTS Executive Secretary' offloe. I
AND FOR HENDRT Presentation, Mrt. Joan M. I
FLORIDA Mattox. Lincoln: Bwlness! College
FOR SALE-2 bedroom CBS : PROBATE! OF of Our Colored Community ; greeting Mrs. Josephine

borne with 3 lots 75x180 in CLASSIFIED RATES: Four : HATHCOCK Cleveland president, state-wide
Tropical Homesltet on Pine Is cents per word per Insertion. 70 TO CREDITORS"1 MRS. JAMB S. GAJADIIA Colored News Editor secretaries; Introduction of the

land. For Information can YU cents minimum charge; four Insertions of th., *tUcMMd.iut of Phone YU 3-7891: speaker Mrs. Eleanor! Cay,
2-4391 after S p.m. Price 9,000.. for the price of three. JNt and r.qulr.d Stanton Vocational: High: School;
Marl2e clams. or demtniU Harlem's Men ClubThe of Senator Dickinson: the West address, Cecil W. :Boston, presi!
may hv tnlnit
YUkon 3-1201 : la the office of the Palm Beach aspirant dent. Florida State Teachers'
'rg FOR SALE OR RENT-New duplex 0| W.ndrr County association awards Dr. Richard
r r Person whose names I the courthouse Harlem Men's Club appoI.nlled ;
three ap. at
4n/e bedroom. Car Pear In the classified ., within >lx cal a Health and Welfare Harlem Academy's Faculty b V. Moore, advisory council
port Location: : ObIspo St. be. ads from the date. 01 Committee composed of the Honored by C1eW,ten Klwanaa Florida State Secretaries were
tween Corona and nay pick up two passes te ot this
Pacific Sts the Dixie claim or demand following: OrvlU Lewis, chair The faculty of Harlen\ Academy special guests.
IUL ESTATE fOR ALE : Call collect Lee Wilson. 844- compliment Crystal of Theatre, writing. and must man Elbert Allen. Jr., Garfield is grateful to the deviationKlwantans J. C Morgan business teach
the 01 rseldencs and
6351. Lake News I
Park Tie tfc and Theatre Passes ... ot the claim. Dixon Jessie Johnson and for the donation o< er, Harlem Academy: attendedthis
REAL ESTATE Frank Jacobs called for most be b. sworn to by the Claude Morris. Thl committee $25 on the teachers' lounge and meeting.
before Wednesday. agent or his at
NORTHSIDE home or Investment FOR will become void has been very active in cooper- -an apple for each teacher In
property, priced considerably DEMAND GREATER THAN law. The lair re- .cling 'with the County Health observance of National Teachers HOSPITAL NOTES
under market. EVER for houses acreage, : to be filed In dup- Department in! Its various ac. week. We consider this act: Patients Admitted Yvonne r

bedroom frame.Furnished. businesses. We have customers FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished 19... tivities In Harlem. The committee lan unusual and great honor to Stephens Eastern Chambers
IIORTHSIDE. Immaculate. waiting. List your property withus. house Call YU 2-3252.: : 01 the .elate assisted In the recent SOS be recognized by one of the Dorothy: Sullivan, Phillip Brown.
J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU Hathooclt, deceased program at the Harlem School. leading groups In! America. We Euestls Bennett, Unbert Richards .
jjORTHSIDE-2 bedroom frame, 27501. tfc tfc { { .Administrator Dickey The Civic Affairs Committee will strive to continue to be Noel Baronltte Everal

9000. ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU composed of Elbert Allen Jr., worthy teachers.: Murphy Clarence Holder Timothy
ACREAGE ai available. FOR SALE Two bedroom U881. tic FOR .l..,..SO, IT, James- Dixon Collins Griswell, It Is our wish that your group : Blue Wesley GUks Rupert'

5 ACRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 frame home In Moore Haven. FOR and Deputy Rogers at ithe Red- will ban a successful: 1964. Francis Herbert Schaffer Boy:
bath frame borne. Hardwood Hug oak tree In yard. Total and RENT-Furnished cabins COURT OF dick, met with Sheriff' Dyes Please feel free to contact us Richards Llewellyn Palmer,
Price $4,500. Financed. YU 2- trailers. Johnson Fishing JUDICIAL and Deputy Roger at the Red- whenever' you desire our serve Alexander Haynes.

325 Doors FHA HOMES In Broward, S 21. tic Camp. YU 1-1181. tic AND, FLORIDA.FOR HENDRY dick Funeral Home In regardsto ice.: Patients remaining Dorothy

Palm Beach and Dade coun- FOR SALE FOR RENT-2 and S room fur- the organization of a Sheriff Sullivan Wesley Gilks, Wll-
Three 1401 and J30F1NANCB
various sizes and prices. frame bedroom nished apartment Phone 2- FOR 5 COIU Auxiliary Unit: for Harlem The Arrlcultnre Club for Boys ford Smith Herbert Schaffer.darenqe ,
ties, home.
Large corner 1271. er Sheriff took the matter under and Glrla of Harlem AcademyTo Holder, Euestb Bennett
Small cash paymentFOR Efficiencies and lot 402 E. Ventura. 7500. tfe $ Plaintiff advisement and !Is to notify the all parents in Harlem: Llnbert Richards Llewel-

RENT available.- Term to be arranged. YU 2- V. R. Hendricks JACKSON and committee when he has Invest- We have organized an Agriculture lyn Palmer, Noel Baronltte
houses ai 3421. tic JACKSON, his the of having Club for Boys and Girls Alexander Haynes, Annette
gated probable cost
vacant lots to select 11OIJ8K, INC..
Over 1,000 FOR RENT-TraUers ;{ \
Various and Trail. INC! W. C. BBN-: the Auxiliary. In the mean of Harlem Academy. We are Dickens Mary Bell Williams. ,
from for all purposes. er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer : W T. HARVARD time, Collins Griswell and asking for your support to help Henderson Rhodes.
prices Terms.INVESTMENT. Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic LUMBER AND James Dixon were assigned to us. W. have already enrolled

AND INCOME one W C.?BON. ride with and assist Deputy 68 students and asking all parents
Quiet aireondl- MIX
PROPERTY. for Notes from Hendrr County
to meet with each first
W. T. HARVARD Roger on weekend end special
$360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent tloned and heated sleeping occasions.The .And third Thursday night at 7.30: Progressive Teachers' Avow

CBS construction. 25000. room with kitchen privilege if Plaintiffs, Beautification SubCommittee of each month. We had a meeting The meeting was held Monday

LONG TERM, low Interest mRR desired. YU 23421. tic FOR JACKSON JACKSON, and his headed by Mr. Reddlck: Thursday, Feb. 27 land our night, March 2, rat he Daunt.
farm cane grove and ranch boat INO.t Is investigating the possibility. special cue t was Mr. PolhlU el's Elementary School, La-
mortgages minimum $50,000. RLrrFOR bog, !: CORPORA ELL of planting a hedge around the and we thank him for aU he laid Belle

LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. Cemetery.. The county commissioner to our children.! The six topics on the agenda
M. LANKFORD SUIT reissue from till district 1* being Mr. Vaughn has made It pos were discussed and other valuable
Re,. Real Estate Broker REAL ESUT'FOtREHt : : 0'GLENN!: JACK- asked for his opinions on sible for the land the calf, cane Information moedved.! / The
530 East Sugarland HighwayFire LYNN JACK. this matter and vegetables and we thank: principal and faculty members

Auto and General RENT 320 acres deep "'- L_ .. ing :'k nown. The Club has paid for three: him very much. of Harlem Academy attended.
Insurance muck In Lake Harbor area addr.. ..- lit Yen- trips 'to West Palm Beach for These are the people In charge:

Ha. Ph. YU 2-2181 Suitable for cane or cattle. All % "NOT1CU Florida that Mrs. Holmes, whose eon aeclodent.allr : to this date: President Oliver Notice
ditched and diked. Long term S h.. been filed by : lost en eye while play- Wilson; vide president, Jerome The Friendly Christmas Saving

C. J. Loworn Jeue. CaJl after C p.m. Carl ) FINANCE. you In COR.the toe with a BB gun. Klngcade. Jr.: tanking com Club will hold its next meeting
Kwasnlewski, Belle Glade 696- ANNOUNCEMENTS I t MISC. cause to foreclose The Program Committee, mittee.!. Mrs. M. I. Black and at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
5692. the following beaded Mr. Morris te Mrs. O. Wilson; Instructors. .
MailZc put", to-wit: by plan- Clinton Blackmon. You are cordially
I Thinking about I "B", Oolfvlew sing tw1 entertainment at our Joseph C. Qulntyne and Oliver Invited to come cut and
C. H. label IF ITS UNIFORMS see us first What !! the";, City according of Clew.to next meeting on Sunday. Lacy; secretary: Mrs. Wilhel- Join us. Mrs. Susie Beckton

SELLING FOR RENT-New 10'1148' bwae Nurses, Beauticians, Waitress, oo : I : recorded In Ladle Auxiliary Organized meDIa Oobb. president; Mrs. Etbertha Black

trailer' with two bedrooms Maid, Doctor's and Barber'sjackets. ., Page, of SO Htndry of the The Ladle Auxiliary to the mon financial secretary; Mrs.

and aI.reonc tIon. By week or The only uniform shop FOR ) Harlem Men' dub was organized Chapel Proaram at Harlem Vemeta Bobo. recording secretary :
YOUR mooth.. YU N42l. for miles around. LINNIE'S required to the last meeting! and Mrs. Academy Dedicated to ; Mrs. Fannie Davis, treasurer
tip gas
of the above
UNIFORM SHOP. 1639 Hendry away your Answer or Howard L. McKlre. was elected: Nerre History Week ; Mrs. Annie Jones, re ,
FOR SALE OR RENT-I bed. Street Fort Myers. Janltfe to .ald complaint presidentAt The English Department ofilarlelrh porter.
HOUSE? eon. copy thereof up called meeting Academy of which Mine
room tralloer. Utilities S45 per Frladman, Hyman a special -
month. Mu1ta. Phone YU 2-4250. RADIO TV SERVICE. Carlth- 400 Court House Tuesday night, fter the busi- A. J!;, a. Tnomas is the chairman Beauticians League

before Consider you these act. You dangers may: ItpI. era Radio & TV Sales with of Fort', SOD Landcrdal Bouthnaat. new wa* disposed of. Mr. William sponsored chapel program The last regular meeting of

underprice a) overprice 1t. service. Nlckell Building 108 pads .,. for Plaintiff TurnstaU, public relations last Thursday In dedication : the league was held at the home
J. be harassed by curiosity FOR RENT-Two Joan emcleft. Bond Street Clewlston Fla. : : the-14th Corporation day of, man of Tampa, spoke to the' to Negro History: Week. The of Mrs. Geneva Hollte. Plans

seekers. cy Apartment, Lights, Water Phone YU 2-6441. YOUR PHIL- the : If you fall to. do Club on the merit and demerits theme for the program was Negroes ass under way to make plans
I. not know how to market aDd gas furnished Also one CO DEALER. tic Pro Con f.... will of the gubernatorial candidate in literature. for raising money to attend the
It effectively sleeping room for rent. CaB YU 'Real'or"L. la laid you for Complaint I re Mr. Turnatall poke in behalf Katie< Mitchell, lath grade, state conference. A delicious
t. have to neglect your U653. BLUM It SONS PLASTERING. FOR From
tic ORDERED at presided. time to time repast was' served. The next
work, Very Best Work- County, Florida, during the Lew.
up, ; of February, 1054. program, Mary meeting will !be held at the
To sell your house quicker We Save You Money birds MOORS CLARK FILM READER-PRINTEIl for Is, 12th grade gave comments home of Mrs. Julia Sales, QewIston. -
and for Its fair Plastering Simulated Stone Pet O'Banlon the Circuit CourL use In Court the,office LaBelle o(,Clerk Florida.of Circuit in reference to some of !the selections. All members please be on

market value WANTED Stucco-Free Estimate ( sty Clerk Detailed ipeolflcatlon on file : The program was as time.
look for this Licensed and Insured 1238. II, 80, 17; In the Clerk Office and. may b.obtaln.d follows.
1914. upon reque.t.The
Realtor' seaL Acreage-IIouses-Lots 25 Years In Business Board reurve the right Song "America', the Result.Scrlptune Beauticians Program
Only Realtor.a to reject any or all bid, and to fu.1"-AIl.
3850 Lora Street
profelSlonal Rentals.Business > c award the contract to the beet The Beauticians entertained!
Is real estate- Fort Myers, Fla.Uc County Board. of Interest of Hendry County .Deboratt Williams their friends with s special
M. .. will re HARVARD a PARKINSON,
Property 7th grade
ED 7-0171 OX '
287tR. cultural
may display it. or until 10:00: A.M., Chairman Board of County program at the home
Dade-Monroe RE the purchase Comml.Mlonera. Prayer and Pledge All. of Mrs. Geneva ]lloUis Belle
I Frank M. Hare, Jr. FOR UM MICRO- CN 41t-Feb. 27;j.Mar. 0. 1164. Introduction to the Program Glade.
Denmead Carolyn Teel 8th
Realty SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom 10 grade. Mistress of Ceremony Mrs.
Croup Discussion! "Facts
RVU 2-342ir 309 W, Sugarland Hwy made. Complete line of About the Negro" Individually on Barbara Kite; ee1.ecUloD-Paas
drapery and slip cover fabrics. Me Not; Prayer Mrs. Ruby
alt to ci
pays/ deal wills YU 3-2941 and as a Oroup.-nA group
Pittsburg Dixon scripture The 23rd
Realtor" Free estimates. Call YU 2-5831,. ; -
from the tth grade Charlie Hill
Van Cothern's Custom Furniture Psalms; selection-What a Fellowship
Homo Games in Fort : Fla. was chairman turena Black
and Upholstery. tic ALL Myers, l ; solo Mrs. Thelma
discussed "What Is
a Negro? introduction
Ziegler; of speakerMrs.
S E all games start at 1:30: p.m. Winded Brewster discussed"Negroes Helen White; speaker-
down, "
Americans Annie
as Mrs. Annie M. Everett: tole-

Business DirectoryWALDRON'S O Mar. 15-Pirates vs. Kansas City Rose DIxon. discussed "Who Mrs. Mary Mitchell: Get Acquainted
Wrote ? Sylvia Ann Simons
FOR Momenta-Mrs. Dorothy
eee :Mar. 11-Pirates vs. Washington discussed "Negroes Who Singleton; response Mrs.
20-Pirates Whito Sox Rank Highest in Literature."
SEE US FORBOTTLED robe Emma Crlswell; offering-Mrs.
GAS wide 21-Pirates vs. Cincinnati Song, "LUt Every Voice andSID"AlL Julia Sales; benediction.:
The words to thissong
MEATS AND GROCERIES AppliancesSales Motel Mar. 23-Pirates vs. Yankees were 'written by JamesW. CHURCH NEWSMt.

Open 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. 28-Pirates vs. Houston Johnson: a Negro. Calvary Baptist
1 -ServicePOWER Recitation of Works Negroes
Phillies Rev. L. Kitchens, Pastor.
& 3 to 8 p.m. :Mar. 21HPirates vs. .
HELP WANTED I WOMEN I Carolyn Pope 10th Sunday school, 9:45: a.m.
Six Days a Week GAS.CORPORATION. April Pirates vs. grade, redtod "The Creation"/ Morning worship, 11:00 a.m.
April 2-Pirates vs. Milwaukee by James W. Johnson. Garfield .
(CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) Evening worship 7 p.m.Mrs.
APPLICATIONS ARE BEINOTAKEN Williams, 10th grade, recited .
Pirates vs. Cardinals Emma Dlxon, Reporter.Hilton's _
for Your Spur of MomentPicnics foe clerks and cash "The readier" by L. P. Hill.

CALL COLLECT iers. See Gary: Scott lit Thrifty 4-Pirates vs. Detroit Clyde Biackmon,10th: : grade, recited
Four Miles East of .OewUton South Bay WY 6-5321 Drugs. lie ,house. April 0-Pirates vs. Minnesota "The Negro Race" Anonymous -
Bare Be.ch' YU Melvin Jones 7th Grocery
_ 8-Pirates Dodgers ,
April vs.
HENDETCOCNTTTitle grade, recited "Disoovered" by: Groceries Fresh Meats t
Paul Laurence Dunbar. ,William VegetablesCold
Attention & Abstract Co. .
Cattlemen Another public service ly Darling, 12th grade and Eugene Drinks Essential Items
.TUlo Ahtr.et.-'I1l1e Inioraae REAL
We Appreciate YourPatronage
Blot *! the lime Ie ee-selldaU rablle Steaorrapberrhotoeopriag Battle 10th grade, were :
Isle debts wife term DuplicatingBridge recognized' poet: of the cam
'lara has low a lent pus. You 'win be reading their Sir. and Mrs. Tbarston Hilton
l interest rates, 8&. and Park Ave. J. E. BEARDSLEY
wok LaBelle. Fla. P. O. Box 616Olanre poems In this paper In the fu Proprietors
sales ture.
Federal I Land Bank $13 E. REAL ESTATE BIOBZB An African Dance Bernice

JTett' films (and Johnnie. F. William. Harlem Club
8eurWrite EVINRUDEw. a-ta..... Fla. Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501 The music lor this dance wax
Your Favorite Mixed Drink
W. K. MAY Very profitable General furnished by: Bernard Terry Cocktails
* ed section of Indlantown Fla. and Nathaniel Watson. Fried Chicken Sandwiches
""*' and Service '
Bradtalon Waleald BuMIag stock Included in price. This !Is a Remarks Sidney McCray.McCray Recorded Music
Florida 9000.00 per year. Popular Bands
- : Is a former student
New and Used Motors
4iIt Vt Vt Vt
Marine Hardware Two bedroom. North side of but be Is now senior at one of Mr. and Mrs. WIll Wallace

HATHCOCK'S Parts and Accessories lot. 100x100. Shade trees. May be the high\ schools la Hartford,, Proprietors
excellent apartment or duplex site. Conn.
At'TO IllAI.E8 A SERVICE Marine Safety Eqatptaeat Two bedroom frame In excellent IIN/MI'

IlStAUUNT A SEanCE Phase YTJkoa Z-S211 out on North side. $1,000 down. : Notes Fr.m The Florida JULIA'S
STATION W. Pasadena Ave. Business Teachers'. Apes
_ WesWilliams ALL= MOH. R. E. WALDRON H Section. 320 acre $120. per tal.M/JMAWn The ninth annual meeting was) BEAUTY NOOKFor \

Two bedroom home in Pahokee bald at Bethune Cookman College That New Look
lon property.; $8,000 equity Dayton Beach Feb. 28- Ttottttf Stylist CiUtagNe

Electric For prompt. Efficient Three bedroom one bath. Large \ FREE 29. Theme "Professionalism, Appebl...... It J
Friday sad SatartayMrs. :
IfIrIar. Rome delivery: Our
Re"... AD w Responsibility; To American
eetrieal c"traeUq: OF 'TUX MIAMI HERALD Two Sections of sand, muck 'AT Vaults" Ida Sales Proprietor
Ckwiston. $169. per acre. Long terms.
111I1VDuaml Pkeee l-1Ul Call Bobby Guldens Small Orange Groves from 2% .
..- Joosaaatcbe River and at LaBelle FULLER'Saint
.-----. TV Mill
Other Acreage near Ocala and
Double "ARoofing 9 mile! from Coals Cleared, planted ELITE GROCERYGroceries

Tampa Tribune 79 sores, 10 miles from Ocala :

cellent Investment .$7,900. C* Store
sod 476 acres 179 acre cleared Fresh Meats School Supplies

Licensed Ft. Myen from Ocala. $120. per acre. Total $ &.. Cold Drinks dewiston News

Bonded For) any of these extra special Line of Paint, and Supplies I

rN News. Press Frank Phone YU 2-3281 Other Items

Monaca lID AD Types" Home Delivery .... Brains HWY. Clewt toD, Fla.
Ph 11I4 PaIauaI w. 0. CAMPBVIjas : : TV SIUI'It For l1orfnatioCall' YU 27651'tLASSIFIED
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Page lhight: THE' : CLEWJS'1'ON-' NEWS C swlzha. Fla., IP'&m. Knapp, inthg room sodbas4 biGding! wtIIq bat coffee, barn.bergea OIlIer 00IIIMI1CW e>hibdtae varloes
1'11W'8day. March L- IBM The parade II echeduledetnp m board rib Mte Ic*. to Clewiston booth and bot doge wee sold were Glades OM Qonpsgy. "
oft at 11 am. htwImC lID fJr 2 days; W. I. I.cODo and the St Margaret Catholic Wedgewadh's Kelly: Tractor Sob Cnil,,' ww'La
Moore Haven three bands from n. Myers. laBelle, nell obtaining roam aDd board (Continued from Page 1) Couch operated a booth, which Co., cIewimA: Trailer SaIeI; Coat,, Mat
LaBe11e which
day high 9ahrol '
I Clewllton.: Lake Placid, Okeechobee with attempt b defraud 810 OC' t tbt AJtar Society: atefad ud
and Moan. Haven, plus 2 day..; Albert Eo Schetfer, running portrared projects and varloua sold cakes, candies, doughnuts,
; celebration the usual large number 01 com- red light 810; Torn JOfIoeoph studies of the high school.The etle., throughout h t&Jr. These
opens Friday mental end civic 1Ioa1i. Over 110 valid driver's Ucense: om Scout booth, 'with ilia J 'were among ,Iba most popular
mannequin 1A uniform and a
120 Gorses ere entered .1Dc11Jd. 135. booths in the bWldlnC.
Chalo Nitka, sponsored by the will remain Oft display until tog the Hendr1 00Imt.1 Ir.SberW' display of tame den projects, The ebekah< Lodge used
Glades County ember or Corn Sunday momInI. Because ell !be JU. which 'was completed by the their booth to display various
merce, hat been expanded into large number of entries, tents A barbqued dinner wm be Future bridges cubs themselves, torrn1ng bezaar-type; articles, which BIGREDUCTION
a three lay celebration this have been .added to house the served 1A the Oty Park, fN- en displays der' the .evm deals. were CO) sale; these had been
t year end Includes a livestock: oII mall, according lib Tommy Luring< "Savory Aged .Beef" and In other booths: the 0eMst0n made by the members
exhibit, rodeo and teltlval. It BI'OIIJOI1 who III chairman of die trtmmInts. must be 90 ft Garden Club displayed an orIental Harlem Academy' general
iI being held on March 6. 7 and livestock and rodeo corrun1t11ee.: The Youth Livestock Show, garden scene which was theme Fitness fit
8 this year because 01. conflict- Friday evening, in the Agricultural Inc., will present two rodeo .trIltinc in Its serenity, using for today"Phys1cal and 1otoorrow"-was
log dates with the Hendry COlInFair. Center. a Coronation perdorma+oea, Saturday at I The Secretary ell the Army an Oriental god and chrrJtheInlllWDI : -
: well
announced today that used with other portrayed.
ty p.Dand garden
Ban will be held beginning at Sunday at 2 pm. a.C :Harlem' Homemaking class
; Judging 01. the livestock will 8 p.m. with .the actual COI'OIIa. the new rodeo arena adjdning bridge 8C1'08I Olteechollee Waterway accessories end tbven. The the
; begin 4tIt I p.m on Friday at tIon ..takIna place at 8:30.: Music the Livestock Center. Over U,. at Fort Deoaud, has been Adult Art Case displayed some Modern presented M1sI""CIath1n.I in a good
the new Doyle Conner AgrIcul- for the dance will: be provided too 1A entry lees haw been reoceiYled approved but Chat in lie futurean excellent. charcoal: sketches, very
tural Center and the .snimalt by Tommy Mason end hb band and the number 01 con. IN bridges must haw oil end water colors, and an' looking display of wellmadedresses
with fabrics Suitable teryotmg
who proved very popular. last wstants have caused rodeo of.ficlals greater horizontal cleeranoe. pounced Its chief JiOal-"An Artleague .
;year 40 plan b- a special per- The Fort Dena.ud bridgq which far CJewIston" an a grla.Wetherald Youth Center booth $300 off mobile
Also scheduled formance Sunday morning, with will be constructed: by the State plaoard. on homes
fa Friday, is displayed pictures of Center astlvities
the participants working against Road Department, has only an Rainbow Girls displayed their
Did You Know? a one day Fish.-Than with the with trophies red aerap-
the clock for top money. 8O foot horizontal cl arance. handmade doll house which 11
person catching the. largest bass Another highlight of 1tJIe.celebration The new minimum which.: will their current lund-nllalnf proJ.ect. book.
You results winning will appropriate pr1zes. The will be the Seminole be enforced by tale \1. S..Army Educational exhibits! Included Displayed at t the Fair
can get not affect the standing -
of pageant at 1 p.m Saturday. Corps d. Engineers will be 90 The Hendry County Health thOM d. the Florida Highway
the ling end Queen of This program was presented In feet borlzontal clearance on the Department featured Us borne- Patrol Auxiliary, which stressed -
Bar-B-Q to GOI! Bass contest: which closes on Paris, France by the Florida Okeedlobee Waterway< nursing service in a large din- highway' safer; the Civil De-
Thursday night, March: 5.Saturday' dense unit, the National Guard,
Development Oarnan1sslon un- District Engineer Coil 1L n. rams featuring the Health Center Take advantage of this
activities get un- der the direction d. Billy Osee- Par ltt laid 811 xOl'lJtJon was In LaBelle with outlying tile Florida. Forest! Service and now,
der way at 9 am. with a email/ ole who I. also directing this made by the Secretary of the services such II school examln.atlDns the Central and Southern Florida -
fry fishing contest followed bya Pl'Oiram. Participants will: be Army to permit the narrow horizontal clinic work, Seminole Flood Control District
haystack treasure hunt for from, the Brighton reM'V'&tIoo clearance because of thepr1nI reservation clinic, borne nursIng The sugar Industry was portrayed -
scattered children under 12. CoIns are end will stage a landing on the Deed for the bridge public health program, etc. In ,the booths d. U. S. CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Int
stack of throughout a large east bank of the Calooaahatche: and the tact that it h. been The Hapkal Auxiliary InClewiston Sugar Corporation, which show. ,
hay and children are river from dugout canoes View' made available to the area by displayed a series of ed the stay of) raw sugar, end
Phone YU 2-9322 find.aUowecl Gator to keep the coins they ers will remain on tIM west the State Road Department at pictures depicting membel'l at Savannah Sugar Refining Con 830 E. Sugllrland IIwy., YU 2.2661
wrestling will age bank Dr Moore Haven side t.o a much lower cost than I new the various chores they perform poration, Bbowln the refined
pear twice on the dey' pro- witness the pageant which will bridge In the Hendry General Hospital product, Dixie Crystals Sugar
", .be IINTted by Osceola's daughrter Evidence wu presented t to the to assIst patients and .taB.
Ship Jlore Spend Less Corps ell Engine' Indicating Also displayed .was their uniform
Your Dollars Fire works and a street dance that we of the available swing pink J jumper, which 11 ii :Ii $If; If*; $ $ $ N t
Go will complete the etay. bridge la the only immediate becoming well-known! In Clew-

Farther on Rea Express solution to bridge traffic across

t Phone YU 2-2141 For Pick up & Delivery Service Goodwill trucks the new OIreecMbee bor11Jonta1 clearance'is Waterway The am or The Moore Nacirema Haven displayed WOIIIIen'band-Club Red ish Electric Coe11G

effort to permit better aavila.tIon work, quilt tope, crocheted bedspread
L collect discards acll1Uea \for barge traffic canned vegetables< and South Bond Phone YU 2.1601
other club projects.
I using! the waterway.
It's a Baby' World was the
f theme 01 an attractive baby Offers These $ Saving Special.133 .-

ft t AROUND THE CLOCK Saturday morn Taiwan sugar men room with furnishings and ac-
I '>7 7P Boy ScIWtII have asked Clew- assories and a few placards Single Mattress, reg. $49.95 Used Refrigerator ... .. $95.00
1st.on residents to !leave hind visit USSC plant with advice en nutrition, etc. w Special only $19.95 Good Condition
Goodwill bags en their porches Boy Scout Troop 891 was represented -
by a am Saturday, March 7. Two offidala 01 a sugar con with a booth d1spa1In Silex Irons only $5.95 ... .
OT'CTI You can bank on Scouts: distributed the G0od- poratLoo 1A Taiwan. thins, via. troop activities and lOlls. wA e' tAey last 1.USffl23" TV Set $49.95
Win bags iIIo tomes, and realdent' lied Clewnton this week b 111- The Sophomore Booth was
\ are to fW the bars with aped: the operations d. the U. S. used 40 solicit support for the '" Silex Toasters only $5.9a. 2-Dradley Table Lamps
our protection
clothing .sod other repairable Sugar Corporation end other class Iund-ra&rJng ect1vitlft. Reduced $5.95 each
while last
dt.card firms in the: area. .' The' Veterans of Foreign ti7 they
services Discards be Gene time cards Richard H. C. hm, deputy Wars, Clewlslioa: operated the
8 1 at Goodwill where they are repaired manager P1a.nnJQr. and Control concession booth in .flee exhibit d d
by 525 handicapped employees Department and Johnson W. S.
; for resale m Gomdwill.tares Pan alBiltan& manager, Pen
.! ? camel, both d. the Taiwan Su-
There ere Goodwill stag InBar.tow gar Corporation, Taiwan, thins
Plant CIty and Winter were keenly iDtereslied.I. an
Haven where clothing and other phases of sugar production. ELECTFrank -
A banks most important asset is articles can be purchased at U. S. Sugar Cesporatlon baa for
per- bargain prroe. many years been a model for

haps the safety it offers cane.urar producer h world
to depositors.
over, and representatives of
Your valuables City docket many foreign countries come toClewletm
are safe in
one 01 our safety to inspect their plant
III action by acting city judge .nd Aelda. Polhill
deposit boxes
Cabs Dickey last Wednesday
Beder Nan, Jr, was found gull-
ty of careleSl driving and f1Ded Hospital Board
125 or 10 days A charge of leer'

FIRST BANK OF I CLEWISTONI inc was the dl.m1Ised.scene of 8A accident meeting postponed

Other cases' John Gayier, The HOIIIPltal Authority hag
unlawful punts sent to IChDo po pined for OM week the Your REPRESENTATIVE
i dren, guilty sentence pending; regular monthly meeting, and .
i Jimmy Lee Wagner, petty tar will convene .at the Ho.pitBl on i
I, eeI175 or 25 days; Jaroroe Tuesday evening March 11.I .

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