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 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,, "Dedicated to the advancement of Head ry County and America's Sweetest Town"

|is blamed in US VOLUME t .37 NUMBER 11 Ct.EWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed Sec $.5.1, PJL Subscription $4.00 year

27 breakup-SRD Board purchases 3

-fS.2T- east dOewleton, will to owing paving failure-soon of road has ao much plasticity truck Tuesdavr.The

reopened on the first after It was completed andetch. that it Is unsuited for the use.,' :
be .
paved as far as the opened to traffic. "This rock has a real affinityfor :Ina.lh .

Beach pumihduse, State Although Anal reports are not water," said Brown, "and Y g'

rt Departments highway available from the testing laboratory although we are reluctant to Hendry board of county County; Fair and Livestock ,. '

d RaY Brown, told thewsterfay. it has been determined ban its use because we realizeits cornmlssionens awarded contract Show, Inc., board.

deer The road has that the Belle Glade limerock effect on the economy of the for purchase of a truck to All members of the board.

closed tor three weeks used for the base of this strip area, we cannot continue to use Hendry County Motors on a low Chairman H. S. Parkinson W.

'n it on roads that bear heavy 'bid of $3,90933 (no trade in) B..Barren Q. H. George R. C.

traffic. We are tightening downon ./ ; ; and lor purchase of a low boy Howling and C. E. Mall, and :

our specifications on these : : to Kelly Tractor Co. on a low Clerk Dorothy Clark were

roads and on secondary roads ; bid of $4,040. at Tuesday's meetIng present.Postmaster's.

also," he addedMaintenance rpao? e Bids! were opened for a

and repair crews microfilm printer, but no award

have placed asphalt patches on was made pending further studyof car

the road and have dug alongside the machines offered.

a each side of the paving to placean Road matter brought to the robbed Friday

asphalt strip there to pre- board for action. were:
Burglars broke Into the lockedcar
vent water from seeping in Request of J. M. Lankfordtor
of Postmaster A. W. Slas
from the sides They are hopeful minor revision of plat of
on the parking lot of the B&B
hat. this will seal the lime- City; of Clewiston which had
A FEW OF THE ODDS AND END? dbcever- eluded a first aid kit belonging. to the Wed been approved by Supermarket on Sagamore Avenue
rock in sufficiently to sustain < previously
traffic. ed by police officer 8. M. Price are shown Palm Beach Police Department, jstatnles City of Clewiston and was ap about 11 o'clock Friday

When the road was opened:> to scattered about en the ground In tick of a steel forks steak knives assortment ofwatches morning, but got nothing for

traffic la mid-December boles station wagon belonging to Charles I.. Rinse tapes and recorders mechanical approval their pain

soon began to appear in the Klaus has been convicted of petty larceny of tools, Georgia courtesy card (gss cans and ent The postmaster had deposited
in the First Bank of
o. paving which after several twe Cuban sandwiches from the BAB Supermarket length of rubber hose) and numerous other\ Discussion with Ken Curtis money
Clewiston, and returned to his
week reached such a state that and Is being held pending. Investigation Items Ills friend, Stanley Ross, Is also being of proposed roads In Parkwood with
car empty money bags
potholes were appearing In it by local authorities. The assortment In held for a similar Investigations-Staff Photo. Subdivision in the Fort Denaud containing only the duplicate

daily. Protest tram the Clew area
deposit slips. He laid these on
iston area poured in to the Vacation and abandonment
the floor of the car and lockedIt
McGEE received tajurfe Friday night when KbI State Road Departmen engineers Interim committee of old road at Intersection of SR
ramON while he went into a nearby
I ear aleck a tree at the intersection ef-Eait- Esperania and and official, and the Hendry gives 80 and S78A. which: road was drug store for about ten minute

Icirlti' Street-STAPP PHOTO. road WM closed to traffic coming TuesdayThe ; restored to the Daniels m
pending investigations, which Advertisement for bids for window broken, and the moneybags
Included making ,test boring Interim Committee on priority road list surfacing. Sears Road and Flag- missing He surmise that

through the paving at interval Election Laws of the Florida ( bole road, to be opened at next the thief or thieve saw. him
reston Legislature\ win bold a public meeting on April lith.
along the five mil stretch.
very heavy 'traffic both vehicular : lock the car and believed here
hearing in LaBelle at the courthouse The Hendry county commissioners and pedestrian. The board took under advisement was money In the bag

on Tuesday March 17 at accompanied by Representative Resurfacing SR 833 for 1$ pending working out details *

Injured in one CAN REGISTER HEEE 1.30: pm. Senator Elmer Friday Charlie Miner and miles; railroad signals on SR of request :for the. Junior '

have who arranged he meeting Senator Elmer Friday will Journey 832 on the crossing adjacent to Sheriffs Foes to use a part of 'P. 0: robber starts
who not
in his senatorial district, said
to Barlow today to present Industrial Canal near Clewis the LaBelle airport property
accidentA to vote m the eoon- all persons who have any suggestions their priority> requests tor primary for practice riding. ten sentence
car ty election will .have an to make to improve the .secondary road workto ton; repair of 3)% miles of SR year
832 which run through Hocker' An agreement 'WM approvedfor
charge of carolers driving opportunity\ Ml..the de evening se election laws should come to the State Road Department. Point to them with members of<<
Preston and Warren-Caon, member from The secondary road list bas excavate a drainage ditch on guilty; !to breaking and entering
24. 15 21.
placed against of March
as till.nine. o'clock. the committee. the first district, and H. M. as its first priority; : 'county property within the district to commit grand larceny In the
!Gee: by police. officer Ernest from even Requirements for voting poll Johnson district engineer, and Installation of bridge at Font February 2t' robbery of the

Unions Friday night a* a nIt Joan L.. Hall supervisor' hours handling of election details other officials will be on hand Denaud. A request of Florida Fish Clewiston Post Office: and was

| of a one car accident at of registration, will bring etc., are all within the conferring with county; officials Resurfacing two sections of Farm, which: operates In the sentenced to 10' :year at hard
the books to Clewiston after of<< this committee in the district to learn the priority labor. Vaughn entered his plea
be Intersection: of East Efperludza province to Devil' Garden Road, and the Miami area for pace at Air
Us. regular office hears en in circuit: court with Judge
requests before the state Kert Road
discuss. ; resurfacing SR 80
Glades which to
airport on establish -
and Cordex Street _yeal-
those dale for the Archie: Odum presiding In La-
Road Department makes Iii
up to the railroad near Bare Beach a fish term for tropical
According to Mrs. R. M. race ef resident in Clewtotoa. The meeting Is open andanyone own budget in Tallahassee in Camp. under1' Belle last Friday. On (three other
dab taken advise.moot
tahop.!! a witness to the }cci- 1* welcome: to attend. a Sew weeks. Installation was breaking and entering charges .

rot, ih* approached and Extra typewriter and of culvert on to which.he also plead guilty
'; Fcndry county commissioners Keel! Road; resurfacing 1H The board designated\ the
he we* sentenced to fiveyear
-intersection onJordM
Hopped at being arranged "
I registrars ere JUNIOR CLASS CAB WASH .wiU prasent the following priority miles on Francisco ,Avenue in Hendry County News at LaDelle each sentence
McGee waraveling to runconcurrently.
Street Commerce
a* b the Chamber
) ; list la the primary roadwork Clewiston, from the Herbert and the Clewiston New. M official .
west on Esperanza at Building to assist Members of the Junior das '
Hoover Dike
: to 6R 832.
newspapers to publish required Catherine Kitt and Adeline
high rate of speed McGee apilied Mr. Han on these date. will hold a oar wash Saturday
brakes and slid 125 feet Resurfacing', with' urban treat. Repair approximately 34 legal notice of the county Gainejr. two Negro girls were
\ at 9 at
pee striking a tree in the driven by Preston morning P..k.Dooatklu beginning. am. I ment and design the one mile miles of SR S78 which run to commission each sentenced to one :year in
1M7 FORD Wayside of SR 832 in Oewlston known ER 29 west end resurfaceSR Oration .
A angle park. Us car bouncing tree George was designated county Jail on charge forging
>ackward 11 feet, according to McGee struck tick Racing funds of $100 and 1150 as Pacific Avenue from State 836-tha old Pole Crossing a* the voting member of the check

iunznons. and bounded back 11 ft. alter !will be accepted. Road 80 south. 'This road gets Road Into Collier county. commission on the Hendry county PTA's are expected to be
Impact. McGee was last
'The officer estimated the the top year'sState

Image to the McGee car ait taken to Hendry General and
400. confined ceaflned for facial lacerations Comptroller Ray E. Mrs. McCormick
McGee still
tile hospital at last reports. and bnuses,-StaB 1'Iaete.I Green said today checks for
track tax Political continue fileR.
140,000 from the race aspirants to seeks reelectionMrs.
fund are being mailed to each

of the 67 counties from his ofclse Blanche McCormick

Many sportsmen air viewsat m Tallahassee.The qualified last week as a candidate

I Comptroller said total L. Yeomans, Jr. seeksreelection -'--- for re-election for mem

paid to counties to date for the George ber of the Board of Public Instruction

game commission hearingA current fiscal year to $132.000. has qualifiedfor Dit. 2.

This is an Increase: of $14.000 ; \ MRS. McCormick 1 is now serving

large number of area fay Lou F. Galney director of over be same period last year collector j .At. her! fourth year on the board
kportimen attended the public the fourth or Everglades region when each county; received 1 and announce* that "If reelected -

ring of the Game and Fresh \ largest in the state. Other more than $208,000, the highest R. L. Yeomans Jr., a native Gratton George Clewiston I shall continue to

ate Fish Commission. Ineskten staff members were on hand 'to amount produced In he historyof of LaBelle has this week announced it \ : qualified Tuesday for reelection work for better and more efficient

when various. pro- moist. or, answer que t.lonl. the race track tax. his candidacy for Hen- .j a* county commissioner achool and in striving
wen discussed! concern- C. E. WlesenfeJd, president of dry County; Tax Collector In. ,p. :; district! 1 where he is completing : for the best. I will cooperate

rules and regulations. Tom the Hendry County Fish and correction the coming election. Ii. : his second lour year term. with other member of the

kBroon1. Miami, a member Came Association and other Credit i.'! He was born la Dexter Mo., 53 board."

''the commission, WM present. member wen ready with reo- week' Inoue of the Mr. Yeoman received his education ; 'WI years ago/ and bat lived in r Mr*. McCormick Is the wife
>M the meeting was conducted (Continued on Page S) dewlston News listed Mr*. in the LaBeOe public. ., : Hendry county since 1924. of Lester McCormick: and ha*
winning a schools and served in the U. 8. He has served a* board chairman one son Bradley who graduated -
Carithers a*
r J Marian ribbon far self portrait Navy during World War IL Be i: for two years and vice In 1961 from LaBelle High
c blue
should have owns and operate the Standard chairman tar one year. He ha* a School and later attended Edison
husband: "
credited lor tile painting Service Station on Highway 90 been active In the Hendry County : Junior College In Fort
according to Mr*. in LaBelle which dealership ; Fair and Livestock Ebow and Myers t

14t r of himself! Mcdendon, chairman of be bas held,sine: 1948 : ha* served in som capacity; She la idle farmer Blanche

Polly every since. : becoming commissioner Matuslak and ha* lived most
Mr. 'W"
; be Is now vice president rwr of her life in Hendry county;
the director
entered Church a
Cartthers the First Baptist of the Fair. attended LaBelle schools; I Ia smembrsr
EARL DTESSandldate
sor her husband thus of the Hendry County; the PTA and the
portrait EUGENE HOUGH of
a for sheriff Is member of the
: George a
w credit member of the
and '
yl the mistake in giving Bank a LaBelle Community; Women
American Hendry County; Recreation: Committee
.. : .. Dana-Howard-Weekkey
.". r r ANNOUNCEMENT Legion Post of LaBelle. 'Qualifying ends and of the Tri County Eugene Hough Club.The family live in Its own
."... . .' Recreation Committee. Hendry( ,
h hL : \ Interested In playing the former borne In LaBelle from which
Anyone He is married to Lee and Glades), is vice chairman

,.,f' 1 ilow-pltch aoftball please DepartmentM contact LIllie Mae BUlups of Oewbton. Tuesday at noon of the constitution and ByLaws qualifies fromcommissioner' Mrs. McCormick: conducts'Blenclhe's She
the Recreation Shop.
Committee ot the State
:. soon as possible. phone The couple bas two children The deadline for candid Association at County, Oommlsaloner also manages the nearby MOo

\ yU 3-2111. age six and DIDt.m.vDri ate* to lusty for the May *, and member of the Comnick1 Skating Rink.CAMPBELL .

primary election I* seen en Health land welfare Committee Eugene Hough of ClewWonha

Teach your children Tneedar. March 17. of the\ same body. He Is a member qualified gar County Como r

of the First Baptist Church, mlsaloner, District No. 1, opposing

\ traffic safety and of the Clewiston Klwani :Incumbent. Campbell E.
,, '
''' Club. .

"'I a Having no other business) interests Nan.Hough I t
KEEP FROMBETWEEN r ." <.. George hat devoted Is a native of Miami, a

'1;. : most of Lila time to the office of where be attended technical t
\ :
4 1j" ', : county; commlsakiner for the high school He bu resided (in
past seven ,year: During that
Keudry! county for the past eight I It
"I feel
j) I i(time says George we '
I and I presently employed -
have made eonaldenble progress year

'l' I and I lire to think I bad a by .U. 8. Sugar Corporation.

) mall part in that progress.U. .
,\ : "Over the pat eight years:
k 8. :27 Eat and Weft of CIewoJofloa '
I have een Hendry County
the: LaDelle Bridge the N
accelerated beyond expectation.
.It growth
ef Clewiston Bridge' east d town
COn ef bonds .
TF W SMOKEt AD $79.S9 worth If elected :your county
Gewlstes. Draiage' DWrIet' which line been paW! a. 'er ': T and the Fort Denaud Bridge commissioner: 1 will endeavor 1 ,z .7>'fi
: ha been tile I
which approved by
rn.r this a rear wen Aeraid la tile prnnGe a tile beard Corp of Engineer and for to help keep our county government -
Mpertben part t. elM band la hand wltn this
of tldtatrtet, who took a gleeful which the State Road Department
tere...,. prank Frewttt and J. E. .t : county-wide progress," Hough
E. C..kil.g'Wm. C. PpQa D daQ will open bid on March
Any .| fin lteW, m ? lob nik.... and E W. .It '" : 81, are a few d our accomplishments. said.

Vr. staff members, placed the bend to the todneralor. "t' ; The candidate b married and t I

Deciding ills wry ,. a pieuant task, they each picked n PARW(8ONCandidate : t _. : In tnt""*"*rag my candidacy die father of two boys and two E. HALL '

nee .* tile stack ef bend and added .. the lire. The Clew City of Clewiston tor reelection: I my ccdy promise
for girls three of whom are attending Candidate far
Drahur* DUtrtet embrace an ef the eat ClewWesi C. J. LOYVORMoaadtdste 1* to continue 'to work for n

lit hmpktely free ef beaded Indebtedaes. The bead Police Department County Connnlidntur 9sr tax eeueetef progressive Hendry County." Oswiston school CeantyFaulty Csmmisalsoee
PaI4 1ft nigh/ rear ahead at ......- TAFF FHOTO.

''f.' ;
I- ;.fi -" ,- .

,. Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewston J'1a.Thursdat .. out little !is being said for donations of coat hangers-
March.,12, U6t about !it regardless 'the taxpayers small but necessary wardrobe Better check
-- have been "had." Items which are no longer In
stock In the stores, due to war Clewiston Church Direct
THE CLEWISTON NEWS The landscaping at the hospital shortages.A .
] is coming! along nicely .4-H Club was formed at voting statusVoters
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston,,, and greatly: Improves the looks. Clewiston school by County CIIUBCTI OF JESUS CHRIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .
1 Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation.[ COMMUNITY
However I understand they are Agent H. L. 1 I Entered as Second Class Matter February I, 1(27, at the I experiencing come of the "tree who have received: Paul Strickland, Pastor Rev. Leon M. Gabmrell, 407 Royal Pale 4
g Post Office In Clewiston, Florida cards from the Supervisor of Henry H
under the Act of Congress of i planting" problems the Rotary TEN YEARS AGO 10.00 School Interim Pastor
t March 3, 1879. dub Is having with their Palm :Registration and have not signed : 9:43: a.m. ,Sunday
will not be 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00:
returned them
i on Central Avenue some (From C1ew1atoDMarch News and am..Mornig1
NATIONAL IOITOIIAI able to vote In the coming primaries Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 11:00: am.
make it and some don't! One 11, 19S4))
QRIp q IAS@>C6TI3N thing for sure, there are more unlaces they re-establish 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. 6:45: p.m.-Training Union Ntier1 k 0
4 cabbage palms than royal The Qewieton swimming pool their registration now aid Supervdsor Saturday: 8:00 p.m.-Evening! Service 900; pm-Westadeh
N pp palms to restock: was officially dedicated to C S. of Registration John 7:00: p.m.-Youth Meeting. Wednesday: ship ,
acuvl Mott, In whose! honor It was L. Hall. The cards, he explainedwere 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers Wednesday
Subscription Rates ___ $4.00 per ;year named in brief ceremonies at only mailed to voters 'who COMMBNITT PENTECOSTAL Meeting.
c 0 (Return Postage Guaranteed) the pool oo Saturday morning. took no part In the three most HOLINESS CHURCH 8:00: pan Midweek Prayer;
t BERYL BOWDEN Publisher Sudden void weather cancelleda recent elections. Voters who South Clewbton Service. '
gTioN S. H. STAlLS :Managing Editor I lit's History Now I scheduled swknmlng and diving cast a ballot In any of them did Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor 8:45: p.m.-Choir Practice. ST. MARGARE,8
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 exhibition by C. H. S. stu not receive a card, and their 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Rev, Iarkla
dents. U. S. S. C directors and registration, of course, Is un 8:00:
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves THIRTY YEARS AGO 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH a.m.-Sunday ya
wives, In Clewiston the 7:00
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! (From Clewiston News questioned.The 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 331 W. Osceola MenDeReY' : pm-Sunday
THD NEWS, acme no reeponalbllltjr tor the return of unsolicited March 9, 1934)) spring directors meeting, were books are open In the Service. David Denslow, Pastor 7:00 a.m.-Dally Weed
nmnueerlpt or photo..raph.THIo among those attending. courthouse in LaBelle every: day 9:45: a.m.-Church School. 7.00; a.m.-Ftrst
: NEWS!: *Mum** no financial Wednesday; : Fddet
r.ipon.lbllltr for typo Clewiston Federal and
Savings business hours and will 8:00: ..
Palm Beach County Commissioners during
graphical error or corarnUelon In advcrtlnment but If notified 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. p.m.Saturday Wldret
of such error before the next li.ue of the paper will reprint cor allocated 81,800 for road Loan Association broke ground remain open until. April 4th, 6:00 Methodist Youth each
: -
really! that part of the advertisement In which the error occurred. for a new 823.000 building at Friday: p.m. month(*>
which Is deadline state
:the by
In the event a time Iem.nt would render the correction .alueleM patrol work In the Everglades 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service. Fellowship. UcLadlefiv]
I the Maw* will reduce the price of the advertisement by an for safety reasons because of Bond and Ventura.U. law. Mr. Hall states that he 7:30 clety '
I r amount or omitted equal' to the percentage of the total apace ae the erron. many accidents at autos going S. Sugar Corp. began construction will remain in the office on that : p.m.-Evening Study. :
eoue copy represented. NORT1ISIDE MISSIONARY Thursday; :
Into canals and striking pedes- of a 8200,000 warehouse final day until :S I p.m. In orderto BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice.ST. 9:30: .m-ReUlioUl
-- triana alongside the roads. to store new sugar whichit give every: opportunity to Hon.CHURCH .
is unable to market due to 304 N. Francisco Street
The state cabinet was consldl those who wish to register.It
prlsed both the producers and l marketing restrictions of the Bra Chester Johnson MARTIN'S CHURCH'
ering a systematic tire fght.lngI has been customary: In the ...
spectators in its first tw USDA. Interim Pastor (Episcopal!
program in the Everglades past t for the supervisor! to bring OF gels
Sonny Sez shows. region. E. R. Hartz of Florida State lie books to Clewiston if enough 9:45: a.m.Sunday School. 207 N. Pacific 308 South Central 4 1IIt I
-caIn Father F. J. FInnegan spent University faculty conducted a would-be voters are Interested 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar Earl Arnold.MUiifc
making. a trip, to Belle I two weeks visiting >In New York Family: Life Seminar In Clewis- In having another opportunity 6.30: p.m.-ETC. Sunday Services: Sunday:
Marie Bowden, guest speakerat Glade Tuesday, couldn't help[:> City. ton, under sponsorship, of the to register without making 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 10:00: a.m.-Bible School
the Business and Professional but go from the "frosted fee U Col. Warren T. Harm, division P. T. A.Jack the trip to the court house. Wednesday: 10:30: a.m.-Family Service and 11:00: a.m.-Worship.
Women's Club, gave an inspiring log Into a slow burn" bouncingalong r engineer Gulf of Mexico divts1 Wynn was elected president Mr. Hall says he will be glad 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. Church SchooL 7:00: p.m.-Worship.
talk on the inroads that corkscrew boulevard 1, ion, New Orleans, was a visitors of Sugarknd. Exposition to do this again this ;year, It Saints and Holy Days as an' Wednesday:
their club had made In inter. knowing a few hundred : !I In Clewiston this week. for 1955. requested. CHURCH OF GOD nounced. 7:30:
American relations. Needless northward was a new highway 312 South Pacific Avenue Confessions by appointment. p.m-Midweek d _
to say, the women have done falling apart. TWENTY YEARS AGO Rev Joe Coleman and Bible Slat
much better Job than some of Several weeks lID an announcement 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School IIMLWEN BAPTIST CHURCH
the bungling attempts made by was made that the I (From Clewiston News Residential! Commercial 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. Highway T20 CHURCH OF tIAPOSTOLIC (
men. road was being closed for !intensive ? March 9, 1944)) 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor PAnE
-. test and I guess they' A lengthy drought was broken Remodel WiringElectrical'Contractors Wednesday: 9:45: a.m..;.Sunday School South Clewhta I
Tls with a bit 62 hometown are still testing. or else one oi ,by a .35 inch! rain, but dewirton 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Bro Luther Dims Pi*)
;, pride that the Investigators has found l Friday: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday
we congratulate has a sustained deficiency ot Company 6:45: p.m.-Training Union. Schc* |
neighboring Moore Haven on that it falls apart slower with" 22.5 Inches. 7:30: p.m.-Young People's En- 8:00: p.m.-Evening Worship.Wednesday .. 11:00: a.m.-Preachlaf,
the success of their Chat out traffic than dt does with The Red Cross reached one- deavor. : Tuesday:
Nltka Celebration last weekend.It then ,them is the possibilitythat Licensed and Bonded 7:30: !
third of Its goal In ithe 13,300I 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. p.m.-Prayer Metf,
was by far the largest and they are waiting for the!I drive and continued Its surgical FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Friday: I
best In Its 18 ;year history and tax money to build up so that*: dressing program 'with Mrs. C. 24 Hour Service Nortt Sucarland Auditorium 7:30: p.m.-Young Peopk'il
Clewiston's participation, contributed they can buy more patching: M. Pirkle in charge o< the pro- B. J. GoodrIch Minister CLEWlSTON ASSEMBLY OF Heeling
Immensely to It. The materiaL ductioo room 220 E. Ventura Ave. Ph. YU 2.7172TRY 10:00: a.m.-BIble School. GOD
rodeo was of the: best and sur If ;the cause has been singled 4 l Cadets at Riddle Field] asked 11:00: a.m.-Communion and 215 Booth Fraadsee Street ,
Worship Service. James F. Klmbrel, Pastor CALVARY ROTBTC
\ ,....
7:30: p.m.-Communion: and Sunday: Booth ClewMN
Worship Service.! 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. Rev, Herb Hlgdoa,
.2 i. : ); Wednesday: 11:00:: t.m.Morning Worship. 9:45:: a.m.-SucdayScbti|

....' .,Wf '..'''''''''' '-' 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study 11:00: a.m.-Children's Church. 11:00: am-Waablp lmh!
7:30: p.m/-Evangelistic Service 7:00: p.nu-Eaptlit 1Ikll
\ :t ,I,
i ) ; > Kingdom HalJ-417 W. El PasoR. 7:45: p.m.-Christ's' Ambassad 1:00: p.m.-Worship !
Osborn ors. Tuesday:
Sunday Watcotower Study, Thursday: 8:00: p.m.-Brotherhood.
4:15: p.m 7:30: p.m.-Prayer and Bible Wednesday:
Tuesday Bible Study 8:00: p.m. Study.; 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Pate
Thursday Ministry School,7:30: Friday: Thursday:
p.m.Service 4:00: p.m.-Royal Rangers for 8:00: p.m.-Cholr PncUal
; Meeting 8:30: p.m. Boys.


"" :< This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following:

Hendry County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson k|
''' Motors
Phone 2-5501

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All-star split Basketball Tournament In Veto 7-Trtck, Inunokalee. away Pony league will play four

fSpoJ A View A pair in Beach. 8-Ba* baU, rt Myew Senior nights a week during July and Clewliton. na THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three

tourney In the first :round erf the tournament high, home, tOO: p.m, August This COd!\ mean quit Thursday, March 12, 1964
lfr-Ba "- -
all. Avon Park
Well, the Junior AlMStar dewiston eliminated 1:30 p.m.10Track away a bit of pocket chaigo ct, $3: per I
tried It a second time this Vero Beach by a margin of 22- games you officiate now and fill out in application
Mauina for nine game in the weekend only to all victims past to 17. Clewiston scoring was as ,, Edison Relay, FtMyers game, depending: on how many Come by the Youth Center form phone. YU 3-2171.

loach Hall middle of the season accord the hands of Riviera Beech, 26- follows: Alan Carlton 8, Jerry 11 away I
ing to Hall. Before. Maizlna's 17, in the semifinal round of Holoubek 4, Pat Clark 4, WO- 1:30 Scoring, away, I
injury, the Tigers were averaging the District 5 F. R A. Junior lam Navarro 4, and Mickey! p.m.14Baseball, Ii
63 points a came, with Mas- Williams 2. Okeechobee. way i I
ummariiesasketball 1 -Track. Lee,
etna and Morreli scoring! 2226polrrta In ,the game with Riviera it away
Park, home
a game, backed staunchly Bowlingnews looked a* though Clewfetcn 23-Track ?
meet at It. Meade, STEAK
by Jimmy Bible's 10-11 would have little trouble aa the 4:00: p.m.28C0nference. .
points per outing The absence first half ended with Clewiston Track .. r'Sit
of senior Mazzin dropped the ahead!' 103. In the second half Ft Meade at ',. )
3 30
7 30
season ; pre :
19G3-U high scoring team and the defense It was an Riviera as the Oew1soton finals '

Ca' I/T'at points and disapunr suffered Immensely from Ladies of Lake eager couldn't semi' to Ernie Hill!, Baseball Coach. \ .
momcntl in for his floor leadership: find the range while being out- Bob Baker, Track Coach. HUNGRY .., : 1.

a sea inning\ record wIth 14 "1 can't complain ntxxrt the Sport Shop ...... ...... 70 34 scored 24 .to 7. Williams was

xswn HIgh ntto Buren overall season," Hall taid "butI Old South "'"'' ....... 64H, 39V4, high man for Clewlston with 7 j

es, acc r also can say we will have betterto U S. Sugar ".." ......... 56ft, 47% points, Allan Carlton 5, Navarro Country Club NotesBy

," roach Creditable COlla," Baldree ,.. ... ......... 48 56 4 and Holoubek 1. Chef Ernest n; ,
, the fourth place .tandfn beArcadia Wilson Lumber ........ 48 58 West Palm Beach won out In Icily McConvllle McCray I t

the Ridge Conference and- Prospects food Canebrake ............ 44%, 59H, their bracket so they played On Friday, March p.Vi: .r ,
I Sebrlivg In looking ahead to next year Hare Lumber ............ 44 60 Riviera for the championship.. Ladles 20th the ,
I ,tprer with Mazzlna Alberto placing MOT17 Hall is all smiles at the thought Parkinsons .. ....... 42%, 61% Louise Association Suggs Tournament will have: It a isready to broil for yOU' ''- 1\\ : i
I and of having Jimmy Bible and Alterto high Scratch Scores
A1l..star teun. Baseball and will be an IS-hole low net event,
e conference Morreli back to lead the Game Series
I mm Bible and Al Mon'IeU team Pat Baldree end Mandy Dora Belcher ......__.. 245 574 starting at 8:00: am. and a

a ills," placed on team the In the sirs 'Morreli ere expected to be Thalne Richardson .?. 173 track_schedules trophy. will At 12:30 be: awarded p.m. there to will the.winner A Selected, Top Grade, US Choice 'J :t 'J j

,1!. tournament much Improved with the experience Jan Hutto .....?.__.??. 160 458 be luncheon :
heldUorrdTi a and fashion chow
up 15 Class B tourney tndlvldu- gained this year. Bobby Betty Carlton .?..?.. ._ 420 announced which will be open to the publie. ,.' f
paboktl' Jones, a consistent 20 pointer High 'Handicap
at .
includedg a cost of $1 SO Please
accomplishments on the "B" team figures Dore Belcher 279 11111 Msrch
"" New York Cut
I 39 point make your reservations In ad-
Ronnie Roblson'record* In strongly: In next year's planning Teams Richardson 217 13-Baseball, Sebring, home. vance, by calling Mr. Baker at //, ;

I victual scoring,topped It a by Hall Henry Bowden, DonnIe Betty Carlton ..,_._? 216 800 14-Baseball Fort Myers, away the Club, no later ,than Wednes- .
proof! and Yoder, and Don Edwards and Jan Hutto ,____ __ S66 7:30: pm. day, the 18th. ,
with a 41
>u weeks later Rudy Bartoj will round cut 17-Baseball, Lake Placid, away The ; "
effort against Ft Meade what could be the best team HAPPY Xn LEAGUE Pahokee-BeUe Glade, yearly Club Champfao- : ,:
Ft Meade game saw Glades Restaurant .,, 52 44 chip for men and women la at Available
same yet for the Timers! 7eban:00 ,
ft awa : p m
Tiger high point record Potashnick-Badgett ? 52 44 20-.. Frostproof, borne present going on with a great .,
hId to a new high of 82. Dan' Drag Line Service 45 51 21 : deal of Interest All matches are ( )
$ Ft ,
scoring -Baseball. Myers away. ,
a great deal ofLjt averagesPlayer A&W Root Beer _...? 43 53 Baseball. to be finished by April 4th. I
M gave Frostproof; away
the tallest nUh Handicap Scorn Last Friday the Ladle Association ., .
t to probably Total.Points ems Avg 7:30: pm.26Track. hole '
LT ever to wear a Tiger' unl- Al Morrell -_. 593 27 2198 Game Series LaBelle, away, 3:30: truss, low played net *event. BoonleDur1'eDoe low Served in our dining room J : J
L,, S'7" Bill Canners whoFated Mike Manlna. 310 19 1642 Inez Llneberger 205 548 Ran .. .
won low with
20 rebounds per _ame.1be Jimmy Bible _,, 1S8 27 1.83B.U1 Bobby Swindle 199 546 28-Baseball. Arcadia (double cross day -y
47 .
a and Golda Green low net every
:Mary Evan 193 _,
most proudthe ? l hitter) 1.0.: +; !: :
coach was CariUwTS' 185 27 ua borne with 38, which WM a rewarding '
Kiste 534
accomplishment d his Mandy Morrell 93 a UZ relays at .
( in Clewii- Wilma BusIck _. 531 26aInesvFkrrtda event for Golda, at she wee 1
t winning season Pat Ba1dree 51 n 1.89 leaving next moraine for the "

.l s sod of the increased com- BIn Farrar 35 15 132Dm Helen High Kiste! Scratch_,,, .Soon.??. 444 Si-Baseball. Lake Placid, North again. We hall miss ;you PLAN NOW Enjoy Dining Out ," .. '
salty interest which p1aeed Yoder 23 8 US honW" Golda!
Inez Llneberger 162 417
,ketball in the Mack tor the Jesse a.Jck 15 8 1.81HeDl' ,
Mary Evans 160 AprIl ,
in dnani99ld' Bowden 14 15 0.93
many years
it time
) Helen Xiste __ 155 _. 2-Track, Naples, away. CLEWISTON UMPIRES) j
.! Bobby Jones I 2 UOCIS Bobbl Swindle] ..,??.,??. 405 Baseball.. Ft Meade. home.Mem ASSOCIATION i
Team,.,. 1510 n sa.M
i Dbeouragkg Helots. A reminder to everyone Interested ,

Tie wont blow d the 'U& Opposaents Final record-won_ 1501'7(14)-io( ) sa.U city ,league basketballFinal in making a little. pocket THE CLEWISTON INN

soD was the ke of Mike money; please contact Woody
statistics: individual scoring (top 101) Carruthers, director of recrea-
Team O Fi Ft Tp Are
Moa U you are 21 or over and
I RobIaCIn, RonnIe Corb 9 It 50 238 28,4
would like to officiate the
Hill, Ernie GlaIcI 11 88 2T 119 18.1
WANTED Roland, Phil WOW 4 31 (9 I T1 17.7 games for the coming oftball
ls Giddens, Bob WOWY 10 It 14 142 14.2Carruthers and baseball leagues Clewiston, Florida Telephone YU 2.3501Meet.

Acreage-IIouses-Lots Woody WOW 11 19 18 U" H.O The softball league will play

RentalsBusinessProperty Huebner, Raymond Park 10 118 22 134 13,4 two nights a week during April
;'- Hall, Buren WOW 8 48 10 102 12.7Busily
and May, and the Midget and
Joe Glad 98 12.3
tats Guides Gas Ice Hall, anny Thri I: :A : 112 11.2Carithers :

thing Tackle Supplies Dade-Monroe Tommy Thrl a 2S 8 64 8.0 !
FInal league standings: .
Realty W L WI.
Johnson's Glades Gas 9 2 ParkllllOl1'. 2 8
309 W. Sugarland Hwy Radio WOWY 9 2 Thrifty Druaa 1 (9 I
Fishing CampClewlston.
YU 3-2941 Corbin'. Supply 5 D II
Flo. Glades Gas and WOWY have been declared Co-Champions of the I

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Plymouth rocks racing world Plymouth beats Ford & Chevrolet

with sweep in Daytena "500" in tests of showroom V-8s

This competition was more "your speed."
jjHA According to the record book for stock cars
request, an Independent
At Plymouth's
g In competition there Is no higher average
and show
speed for,500 miles than the 154J34mpJu r testing company -
ter t by a competition-equipped 1964 Plymouth In winning room models of Plymouth, Ford and Chevrolet

last month's Daytona "500." The ere comparably equipped standard V-8i

And the tests were of"things peoplePlymOuthsflnlshed2ndand3rdforldeclslvePlymouth
Adding to that glory Is the fact that two more 1964 -cars people buy. and
buy a car TV-acceleration, handling braking

l\V eep.That suggests that Plymouths were gas economy.

to::''ftest cars In the competition but that they'relbuilthe In test after test Plymouth accelerated best .. '

stay In there all the way. handled best braked best and got the best gas mile-

For the aee. This Is the kind of Petition Plymouth most
millionS of and hlgh-pedor-
Trance racing fans likes to win."High speed" or ," these 1964
enthusiasts across the, country, Plymouth II to beaU.
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Pare Faun THE CLEWISTON NEWS Qewlstoa, 13a. ,. Emmett Dugger, Winston M.onna.: Mr, and Mrs. D. W.
Thursday, March 12, 1964 Salem. She wag graduated from Hall Little Falls. N. J.. Mr.
Conestoga High School Berwyn William Fanner Rutherford, Schedule PitUburg Pirates
Pa.. end attended Mary Washington N. J.. and Mrs. Robert G. Davenport NE\AS\
Chapel ceremony unites College Frederlcksburg, Montclair, N. J. 1964 Home Games in Fort Myers, FIa.

Virginia ,
1 After a brief honeymoon: Lt.
Lt Davenport, con of Mr. and and Mrs. Davenport will be at all games start at 130: p.m.

I '. Helen Prewitt Lt. Davenport Mri. Granger Davenport Mont- "borne' at 2204 State Boluevard, ,, '"
-- Sun. Mar. 15-Pirates
clair: N. J. and Sabael, N. Y.. Meridian Mtsi. vs. Kansas City

Ml lien Y 1 Hlett Prewitt was The Rev. David 1aroUna. Burr graduated and from Is undergoing Cornell University Jet Happy Birthday Tues., Mar. 17-Pirates vs. Wasldngjon

married to Lt Paul GrangerDavenport performed the double ring ceremony. flight training at Meridian. Cub's banquet Fri., Mar. 20-Pirates vs. White Sox

,, United State Ma- Miss GreetingsMarch Sat., Mar. 21-Pirates vs. Cincinnati
rine Corps, at 11;09 a m. Setae The bride, daughter <* Matthew Given in marriage by her How BPW women 12 Lonnie Norris, Mon., Mar. 23-Pirates vs.

day February 29r 1964 to the Maury PrewHt dewiston. father, the bride wore a softly great successOne Mrs. R. M. Spires. Yankees
; styled white mohair wool suit March 13 Richard Degler. Sat., Mar. 28-Pirates vs. HoustonSun
1 Chapel of First }; Church, Winston-Salem' North made her home with her sister, with matching .ccesaorlH';and 'open world doors'told hundred and forty four March 14 Mildred Currie, ., Mar. -Pirates!> vs. EhiUies!
\ a mushroom pillbox hat with Cubs, parents and Scouters attended W: L. Brantley Mr*. "Do" Wed. 1-pirates ,
veil. She carried a cascade bouquet tie annual Blue and Manuel. John Kettle, Betty Z. Ap'rq, vsj Baltimore

1 II.! ., I .. of white double anemone by speakerMrs. Gold banquet at the school Miller, Frank. Rodriguez, Betsy Thurs., nApr I[ -Prates vl Milwaukee
/ and freeslat. when a covered dish. supperwas Fri. April Pirates vs. Cardinals
IJ Miss Suzanne Dugger, nieceof 't; served prior to the short Boy.March 15 Elsie Anderson
Marie Bowden ..
Sat., April.4 Pirates vs. Detroit
the bride wa maid of honor. program. Hodges Leon Bembriy, RachelBrown.
burg past president of the
(1fi& I She wore a suit of Dior pink Florida Business and Professional Table decorations were arranged Mon., APril'6-Pirates vs..Minnesota

with pearl beige accessories.She Women's Clubs spoke on by the Cub dens; each March 18 Bethla Krantz, Wed., AprilSTTirates'- :vs. Dodgers
; carried a cascade bouquetof "Opening World Doors" when of the five dens had a table at Raymond Coots, Norma Jean *, : t . %
; RESTAURANTPIES ; pink miniature carnation she addressed be! Clewiston which members and parents sat. Beard 1ey. Another**
and white freeslaa. BPW members and cueste at The centerpieces: of the tablo March 17 Marjorie Caught- publia.ervice by
Mr. Robert G. Davenport, the annual Bosses Night Dinner reflected the\ Cub activities. rey Loy Doke, Kathy Plttman,
Ii' i Montclalr. N. J., twin brother of Cubmaster David I Den ]ow Mrs. Harold Files, Calvin W. f J. E. BEARDSLEY
PIES! Pies! the bridegroom, was best man. 1 presided. Arthur King end Loy- Swindle, Marian Tokleda.
Sixty members and friends
:Usher was Lee Dugger' nephewof Barton Scoutmasters, told '
March 11 MM. H. J. An
heard Mrs. Bowden tell of REGISTERED REAL ESTATE
the bride. experiences BROKER
,T Banana lemon, coconut lime chocolate in the Central and the Cubs end their parents drei, Addle Mills, Mrs. Kenneth
key ? apple
The bride's slater, Mrs. Duugger. about the Boy Scout program
Young. E.
Sugarland Ph.
pecan, blueberry or any other kind you can was dressed in champagne. South American countries where and its value to boys. A. C. El- Hwy. YU 2.7501
:1 she headed a Hemispheric March 1A-Dr. H. W. Shupe,
: ant de role 'with matching neon a brief history of
think of 1 peau gave
1',1 t Goodwill Tour In 1960, under Norma Crofoot Ralph Ford,
accessories: and a corsage of Scouting and Ronnie Hooks
Also-fine cakes I sponsorship of the U.( S. De- Florecla: Ford.
,; ivory phaclanopsls orchids. talked on the Webelos Den.-the
partment of State. Mri. Bow- ,
: ., - - The bridegroom's) mother wore den .is. national chairman 'of<< step between Cub Scouts and 1
a suit of antlnque gold brocaded Boy Scouts.
}; SHELbY is sitting down here waiting for your satin with a corsage of green World Affairs, and Is International Assistant Cubmaater Jim .' j
membership chairman in tlo_:.' '
I I PIE ORDERS EAT HERE or TAKE HOME I phaelonopsl orchids. the area of the Americas.The Brannan and Sam Rich presented .
: Just installed better The bride's sister and broth- achievement awards to the : '
new ovens 'to serve you! lack..of CIOII1\11W 1c.atloneootrlbut.es ?4 y'
erJn-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dugger Cubs who had earned them.
'J _ _ entertained with wedding to the lack of understanding 'r.4. ,
Also guests at the banquet <;
between the countries'of : ,, '
"" Call day before breakfast at their borne Immediately were Mrs. David Denslow and tl
the America ehe said.
lit" .
'It ,- - - following the ceremony.
Women In the nations where E. C. Denslow. a t-' 1
:\ ,Full 9 Inch pie 7 large slices $1.35 Out of town guests includedthe Communism poses Its greatest Iii:<
threat to the U, S. long for understanding -
t Call TONY 31751Put this ad in kitchen Misses Karen Lain and by the peoples of Baptist Home "r'.
your "' ;
II'' I Meryl Venable, Miami FIL.Muter America. Much of the U. S. "') 1. .;.. ...lot, ',
\. Matthew Prewttt, ClewM aid to foreign cwntriea'sas f

I> been misguided and by galling Mission WeekThe f.

I to meet the actual needs of toe

country leaves the! tmpreamloa Annie Armstrong Week of
3 that North Americana'are.not: Prayer for Home Missions was
concerned for the welfare of
h observed by the women of the :
I t South Americans.Mra. First Baptist Church, under tha- Pontiac Tempest han new 6 FQ H that's smooth quiet; ltcanQmLaj '
WESTERN AUTO Harriet Zauel presided theme "Freedom's Holy Light." Bland
at the dinner meeting held at Starting March first a program .
the Ctewiston: Inn and Mrs. on a "WE PROCLAIM 140-hp strong. But we know it won't be just right for everybody;

,'I Beryl Bowden, local chairman, ." topic waa used each: day.

Introduced the speaker. successively"Christ," "Llfe," proclaiming"Liberty: ; ,"; So we also offer a very,very vigorous V-8..326 cubic inches}

Announces the "Love," and "Victory."

World's'Fairhostesses The goal set for this church Up to 280hp. Modest extra cost.
ij $425, m part; of the total of
$3 14 million goal

come At Tuesday's meeting the ladle -
1 t held their monthly execu-
tive meeting, and announced
J f.'f f. for local viewsThe March 31st as the date on which
the answering of questions for
''f leadership certificate will be
hostesses who will sell
Florida to World' Fair visitor held.Attending were Mesdames W.

this summer will visit Clewistonon F. Nail T. L. Browning. Alvin e
Saturday, April 4, for trainIng -
Whittle Joe Wood, E. M. Corvette -
on this area. F. L. Topper, Maxwell, ,
Some 40 attractive young Downs, A. R. Broadtoot Robert
ladles are making a twvweek Kelly, Ross LaByer and T. L.
J tour of Florida under the Tanner.
> Florida Development Commis

.' sion's. training program designed '
to make them hard-sell Florida (. Altar societyat Everybody's happy.M

"They will be on t tie firing Vaughn home

line at the Fair, and we want st. Margaret's Altar Society 't+Wjcof smut orb Poetize dealer for a wide choirs of Wlde-Tncti IIICI gaol Iiil
them to know all of Florida,
met at the home of Mrs. H T.
sell Fair visitors
so they can on
a trip to Florida Commission. ,, Vaughan with Mrs. H. T.
t ChalrmanrDlrector Wendell Jar- Vaughn Jr. and Mrs. Frank
Rodriguez as co-hostesses Wednesday
rard said.

'. ; of our all new Arrangements for the training Mrs. evening Jack Davis, Catholic "Chuck" Wells Motor Co. Inc.
activities in this ,
area were
1 'Charities chairman, called attention
handled by the Clewiston Chamber
Jr to tile "Layette" which 202W.SuarUndHwy. 2-4501
of Commerce. Clew aton, Fla. YUkon
will be displayed at the Southwest

Coast Deanery Meeting, -
4-H Bake Saleon and thanked those who assisted
r t' CATALOG ORDER with ItMrs

SaturdayThe C. D. Hlna presided at

the business session Mrs. Richard
4-H girls are planning 'a Degler reported on the Fair
bake sale Saturday and will appreciate Booth, and thanked all who
time and labor to this POLHI.LL
CENTERSave any community support gave
for this project.At project Mrs. Dan McCarthy

the 4-H meeting Monday and Mrs. E. L. Holoubek were
afternoon dt was decided that announced as delegates and

10% on the first purchase of any item in our new and convenientway the club will have a beach party Mrs. Pat Peters and Mrs.
on Monday, March 30, at Sani-. Vaughn. Sr., a* alternates to

to shop:! in Clewiston The Western Auto Catalog way with thousands bel Island. the meeting Southwest Fort Coast Myers.Deanery For Representative

Profit on the bake sale Saturday
of quality items at your finger tips. To receive your introductory will be used to pay for Mrs Hine named Mr. Vaughn,
p expenses of our chaperones. Jr., Mrs. Deer) and Mrs. Dan
10% discount, simply present this coupon at the Clewiston Western Auto M McCarthy as nominating com &
mittee. Announcement was
y Store when you place your first order.VALUABLE. (fllJilli1l j Southwest Coast made of the Miami Diocesan 't, t M
Council of Catholic Women .;.
Deanery meeting convention April 22-23 in Miami. ," .:
Mrs. E. L. Holoubek gays a

Attending the Southwest Coast program on "Safety at Home" !, ,, .l
Deanery meeting at the Cow after the business session. The
Ii : COUPON try Club in Fort Myers Thursday program stresses the high
____ ________ were Mrs. O. N. Pltzen, number of home accidents,and You This

{' Present this coupon with your president of the Deanery. Rev. points our chief. danger spots.
I Larkin F. Coonally, and the foU Cake and coffee: were served
Order Purchase lowing St. Margaret's Altar Society by the hostesses. .
I First
: Need
I II4 members: Mrs. Charles Man

At Clewiston Western Auto Store and Receive I Butchart. Mrs. E. U Holoubek. Presbyterianshold ,
Mr Pat Peters Mrs. Dan McCarthy
Mrs. Harry Vaughn, .' '
This i. ,
70% DISCOUNT Jr.Mrs., Mrs.Jennie FrankRodriguez Toulls. : and Family Nite Needs

The Presbyterian!
Father David Hefferman of: congregation -
Ift Select any item or jtems from the brand new catalog and' Miami, was guest speaker Mrs. Family and their Night friends dinner enjoyed at the a Man You
J. Winston
Anderson Diocesan
save 10%. Parish House on Wednesday
president of Miami Dioces
evening About 60 members and
Save this coupon offer explrej April 4. 1984 an Council of Catholic Women,. guests were present
was also an honored guest
1 "itv The guest speaker Mrs. Kim v
$ $ $ $ $ New officers elected are Miss
+ Love of Klssimmee, a retiredmlalionaJ'T
Gertrude Port .
Shawy Charlotte i,
who 40
spent years
: president: Mrs. Lawrence
In the Dilation field In
Jones: ST., Fort Myers vice: Africa
president Mrs. William Town. gave a very interesting accountof
that country and of her experiences.
MIld Port Charlotte, secretary;
and Mrs. E. C. Lowe. Arcadia, :

Western Auto Store g treasurer. AppreciationThe

\\Ii Home owned and operated by .. 1. Sugarland Pharmacy Class member would of like the to Sophomore thank, :t We can do great things.TOGETHER

"" : : lab Sophomore parents for their

II... 'W. A/ "Bill". 'Norman. ,', I M. ..1.:.. .''ANttl". .+! ,time, eflorts and glad the the
,.. PIZZA 'booth.Valentin* Ban and** the fair

2-4221 119 Bond St Clewutoo., ,t .
Phone* YU YU 23311 *.tt. Thank: too.
Jea Wilson secretary

4u4 treasurer. \,. Frank Po1hm ':
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Hendry Glades and Charlotte attended Parents Weekend at expects to be back in his: pulpit Clewiston, Fla. THE CLEWKTON NEWS Page Ttv
i PTA district county PTA' are expected to be Stetson University DeLand Sugarland bandon about April 19. Bring flowersto Thursday March 12, 1904
last' week, as guests of students, Pastor Denslow urge the f fI.
Mrs. Muron Bee ot Tallahassee Bill Swayne end Judy Vann. young people of dewicton to use
meeting Mar. 18 state PTA president, will Mrs: Jantts Alspaugh of Kan- .the. moveThe the next few Sunday mornings Garden Cub|
peak on the theme "Within! u. debar Afgtfanisbywji( In Clew. a i an opportunity to make the
It the Power." There will be Iston visiting her mother, Mrs. acquaintance of Dr. Wright and P-4. +3SS
district meetInC oft panel discussion: on "DevelopingOur R. Saarland Band of Clew- A "work together". demonstration -
'Ibe 10tJ1 Laootard and Mr. Lang avail themselves of the guidancehe
t-Teacher Assadatioa wm Powers" and a cut' will bepresented ford. Mr. Atepaugh accompanied 'Talon 111gb School made Us 18th Is trained to give. on flower arrangements\ Re*., VI.8-2682,1, .
held at Wesley Memorialethpolet .. by the Charlotte his wile to the state and la appearance In ,Moore Haven win be given at the Garden "
(7aurch. Font M.Yen County PTA council: Lunch will attending'an; aeronautics school Saturday at. Chalo. Nka and Cub meeting Thursday, March
>e from Its 17th eppearancev'ol the 19. at the home of Mrs E. L.
Wednesday March be served for a nominal chargeat in J ttaburgh. Pa.. In connection :year
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30 a.m to a P.m' CoIUer, the church. wit, his work in Afghanistan as according to Jack Scott, bandmaster Stewart, on East Del Monte Ave Thurmond W. Knight
hue. Mrs. James F. Weatherly
Officers for
1964-65 will be
In3 under the U. S. lendle
{2ctor -
{ .
of Fort Lauderdale will be \In .1 i
elected. The band hat JusV recently
*program. The couple will and "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"
charge requests member
fulfilled at the '
reuirn to Afghanistan next engagement
to bring a container and orrress:
week. Daytona International Speedway Thurmond Knight Realty. Inc
!the! Fort Edison flowers to be arranged. 2010 ATMU E
Guests ot Mr. and Mrs. W. W. : Myera B.. SWM. Rlvlcra BrackWMt
Sage last weekend were' their Pageant of Light and the ReDo She will need many Cowers, r.1 l_ ama M...... __ Riviera Beach I'
I" AGEIII former long-time neighbors dry County Fair The band will and members are urged to cooperate
/i. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McClure otBreckenrldge enter the annual Florida Band- In providing them. : ,
Mo. The Sages master'a District Contest In The meeting starts at 10 In ,
and their guests enjoyed the Bradenton on Saturday, March the morning; member will New location
Means ,. Chalo Mitka events and other 14.In bring sandwiches for luncheon, _. ..+
[his Seal ; sightseeing\ trips in the area. addition, to the appearance end the hostesses Mrs Homer SEWING MACHINE CENTER
Different PERSONALS Mrs J. R. Williams ot Miami made by the entire band, the Bible Mrs. F M. Rodriguez '
//e're was the guest last week ot her pep bend Dixieland band, and and Mrs. W. D. Batey will fur 125 Ave A,next to Kath's Dept. Store, Belle Glade
brother-In-law and sister, Mr. the brass quartet' have playedan nish drink and dessert
om in Insurance companyJesman. Mr. and Mrs. Carter Nole ol} and Mrs. R. H. Langford. additional IT engagements, Phone WY 6-3260 aNew
ineur.ce ,.
.As independent a.
Greenville Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs]
total of 34
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Barring- a perform- CARD OF THANKS -
agents we give you The Big< Bay Lage, of Champaign, m., ton of Bradenton spent the ancca this year by the Sugar and Used Sewing MachinesWe

Difference, in car and home insur. Mr.who are and Mrs visitors John Hartman In weekend with his sisters Mr*. land Band and its components, tend With this deepest word of gratitude thanks,for we the ex. repair,s11 ,makes and carry all, parts for sewing ma.
ce-continuing,personal alien.v.i. Clew. Belle Bryan and Mrs Annie Scott aald.
kind acts ol chines.
REV. JULIAN POPE many sympathy
.This lind of service Jnight bless, enjoyed a deep sea flaking Kail. expressed by thoughtful friends We have the largest selection of used Sewing Machines In
trip at Marathon last week. Florida. 100 to choose from.
can hundreds, perhaps thou. end. They report a catch of 97 Methodists have Pastor serving during our recent bereavementat
uda,of dollars in your pocket. kingfish\ four hours. Northside churchRev. the passing of our eon, Steve
These kindnesses have meant
Mrs. Charles W. Adams, who guest speaker ,

eardsley Nash bat near spent her mother.several months Mns. R.here W.! rii 1 James W. Wright of Moor Is. Julian serving Pope the Northside of Lakeland much The to Jack us. Williams family. I IUD ,",.1:' II!I"" "I I I! liD: .

Crouch and family la leaving Patients Haven, former Methodist pastor Missionary Baptist Church In .
[insurance Agency this week for admitted Beatrice who Is now serving! at Juvenile Clewiston as interim pastor, and
Lakewood. N. J. Thornton, Reba Weaver, Rose
Independent Agent to her huband Counselor for Glades and will spend weekends In this
I Your Join who is based Ann Is-
Smith George DeTar r'iij
Hendry counties, will preach community for an indefinite .
Serves YOU FirstEast there with the U. S. Navy. idra Martinez, George Clark,'
the< Sunday morning sermons at period to serve this charge. THRIFTY
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Swayne Marjorie Smith, Homer Day,
Sngarland Highway the First Methodist Church, The Rev. Pope la an Instructor '
08 and Mr. and .Mr*. A. H. VIM Delmar Forrester, George MOo Clewiston, for about five Sun and head of the department Wed Thurs. Frl.
Gee, Joseph Landry, H. L. Pet Mar 11 12 13
days beginning March 15. of Evangelism and Missions at
arson Murray Lowrey, Ernest David A. Denstow, pastor ot the Florida Baptist Institute "MAN IN MITCHUM MIDDLE"ROBERT DRUGSpecials
Burke, Frelda Gauldlng, C. A. the Clewiston church, was and Seminary' \in Lakeland. H. FRANCE NUYEN ,
Martinez Robert Johnson. scheduled to enter t hospitalIn will continue his regular work
SUNDAY SERVICES Patients remaining-Richard Tampa March 10 In preparation at..the school while supplyingthe MTON1TB: SHOW
I::45 AM. Church SchooL s Sappington'George Clark, DelIs ) Joe surgery March 13. .He Clewlaton church. Frl. ., Mar. 1) 11-30: PM. I I
Classes for all ages. 1 Richaud, Edward Dean. Herman Its Complete Horror
Peterson, Frank Figley. "ATOM AGE VAMPIEE"Sat
111.00: AM. Moraine Worship! Thomas Shupe, Robert Cox. Er.
Mar. 14
Sermon by Guest Preacher nest Burke, Freida Gaulding t ..A REBIRTHf Walt Dime,.'. No Advance
James V. Wright! Reba Weaver Dora Wilcox C. For Children"YELLOWSTONE
A. Martinez, Robert Johnson, /f flewtrt, tract and foliage CPUS" Wilkinson
6:00 P.M. Youth Fellowship George McGee Marjorie Smith, toll vi Spring Is |lust around
First Methodist ChurchW. 4 the comer Baby birds will be Fun tor all, AVALON- with .

Osceola at Arcade Clewiston, Fla. High school lid s, Making, food from their parents Sun. Mon. Tue. 3-DAYS ONLY
-vorylhlng will stem new Mar. 19 17
notes "A GLOBAL 'lFF R" Reg. 79o

Supervising Principal JamesE. "...If any man be In Christ" fi. .It a new creafurei old thing with BOB HOPE %
Brandon bas announced the who has laughs for you
annual Easter Holiday: of are poised away behold' all things art become new" Special 690

Plan NOW to attend the and March Monday.27 ithrough 30, Friday\ II Corinthians 5i17 z

Report cards are being distributed Muck Land
Belle Glade JC's 11th annual today, and the Parent- Community Presbyterian Church FILLET OF FRESH BLUE WATER
407 Palm Avenue
Teacher visitation day will be Royal 640 acres one mile on
observed Wednesday, March 18.
0:45: AM Bible School 41:00: PM Youth Fellowship good road cleared..
Harvest Queen ContestBelle Classes will be dismissed at 1 11:00: AM. Worship Ready to Go. French Fries Cole Slaw
p.m. at which time parent are SERMON SUBJECT
invited to discuss. their childrenand "To Free the $175.00 per Acre JIuShPUPPICSDadeMonroe
( Glade High School Gym) study problems with theVIII'IDIu Oppressed"No
5 "Tni TVngram. of Jc. ..in".
teachers.EDWARDS S8 or 2 for 980

and the Realty .
J09 W. Sutarland mi1m'8'm... -- II ,
vtettI'' list OS. w.-. .; .&

Harvest Queen Ball Plumbing RepairReplacements

(Belle Glade Armory) Installations,, (eh4 costs burn ?

Trouble Shooting ( High car you up )

Saturday, March 21 "Septic Specialttf Tank A eo4Wte ((4'tKtQI

Belle Glade, Fla. Call YU 2-6711 Need constant

325 E. Ventura tii1N / doctoring?

+r lIu High repair coats got you
SaeAIu feeling low?Humbler baa the
tJ"" ruggedneasof Advanced Unit
I WILSON'S Construction; keep running
so faithfully, it's America's
Paralyzed by top-wiling compact.

BAKERITE 3 lb. Can 63t payments?
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Rambler American..vlnllalJlo Only Rambler gives you all the*.
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O' AS OVEN low upkeep. Price comparison Stronger Advanced Unit Construction J Double
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Drink _. ._.. : 4 for 990 Tuna Fish __.._ 2 for 490WEBBS lowest-priced model. Armored eihiuut/ Many, many morel

Rice u____. .: 3-Ibs. 49 BLUE Mayonnaise PLATE 490 Get cool savings-


Beans .___. .. 2 for 33 Grits ... 16oz. box 10 Get Rambler Americanthe

proved Economy King

LIQUH) O'SAGE No. 21% Can

[Starch __... Y4 Gal. 39 I Peaches uu.. 2 for 490 a



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Grocery.Market rv 321 E. SugwIaiM Hwy> Clewuton, Fla. Ph. YU 2-1201 I

R. y02lpl a BOD OWJQD! _: JIUfD:AND OPE1tl 'D a -..jlt.1&t;; c i. .a!' _. lugarland:Highway -lewUtori ..- ..tlwltSS> Oslrlr..elNtaetenCiSeT911Ndn11day. sWh6tgs -, .--. ." ""I -" E I

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Six THE Thursday CLEWICTON March 12', 1864CtewUton, Fla. : ganlzatlons group which, : crushed: at a to rock death pit in In a Hereby truck New agriculture Skip More Spend Less

personable\ : on May 2, 1963.
Your Dollars

purchased his dairy seven yearsago i
Ferrells Dairy from Frank Yaun, one time 1It to the council : of a parked truck: which:
: ;: International Phone Y.U 2-2141 For Pick & Delivery
Glade county agricultural -' Activity in struck by the $500 a year agricultural: up Service
t agent He 1.* now milking 200 .t off with a booth driven by George Foulk, scholarship has been established
gets top awardFenell's cows, end uses modern machinery """ County Fair : such force that the parked by the Flodida ThoroughbredBreeder'
and equipment throughoutthe Show held In knocked Perkins down and Association at the
operation. He has improved :.' log the booth : over him, causing his University of Florida, scooting -
Dairy, Moor Haven., barns and equipment, and seeks : \ ".,.J ,'" were Mrs. Jack to M A Brooker, dean U
hat recently received top hon.oa constantly to find other way ',1 .'. ,J .,.. rey Sullivan, Perkins left five chil the College of Agriculture..a: Garth L Lewis
of the Independent Dairy ,
I Cor the to improve : '>ItJ '" r ter Is a former : Donald, 14. Janis 12, The scholarship become effci.tiv .1, General Contractor
Farmers Cooperative '
Ferrell employe eight helpers ) 9. Karen Fay 6, and
hlg degree of efficiency off operation tor of the Dalr Jan. 1, 1964 and will! bolimited '
his Hit assistant! 1 16 months.
In dairy. Jacksonville.
over a period of time. his sonln-law, Steve McLucaa, Mr*. Jack and Jury, Theron Herring, members to Florida of 4-H Clubs or New Construction AdditionsFree
r. Ferrell was nominated by the The dairy Is quite an operation white] In the awarded $100,000 dam- the are Future Farmers of Americaand
public health authorities which and occupies all of Fer- with Mr. O N $1,475 funeral expense who are recommended by estimate on any job
: reported that repeated Inspections :- delTs attention. He doesn't tive secretary $12 medical bffl their county agent
f-t., found a very high degree "branch out" Into other farm r Haven Chamber Phone: Belle, Glade WY 6-6069
of cleanliness, low bacteria operations lie has no commercial : Mr*. Margaret The scholarship wIn be
count In -the milk itself, and cattle In his herd, and each Glades and canals will awarded on the basis of ability 655 SW 2nd StreetATTENTION
other evidence: of excellent of the cow get special attention Health Levee and need, each qualification to
production habits -the food Is carefully bought Hendry, with be considered equally
Alec Shaw of the dairy division and mixed; the cattle graze on W Florida counties: ,
of the Florida Depart-- improved pasture and Ferrell of the Dairy : fish study
,, ment of Agriculture presented 1* careful not to crowd them. He months ago, get
the plaque, grows and cuts hay for food number of o
Ferrell Is a member of the supplement This careful attention are Dade, M, L-2 and L-3 canals !
Independent Dairy Farmers Cooperative to feeding and to cleanliness : Palm Beach, Hendry county have been
which handles milk In the dairy operation JOHNNY FER BELL proudly River, St designated as fish Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers
sales for the many dairies In pays oil in producing fine display the achievement plaque Okeechobee. areas and the ,
!, the Lake Okeechobee region and quality milk awarded by the Independent Producers who Game and Fresh Water LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
along the !lower East Coast Me The placque, which 1 Is the goal Dairy Farmera Association. fog in Hendry Commission will under- WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
ties. are O N. to restore game fishing In Count showed thai
of all dairymen, reeds "Annual Click, John waters 6.60o,000canwsrebsuredwithua.Flnd
Achievement Award, presentedto Julius and was excellent for a ft Low Cost Farm Mortgage
John Ferrell Dairy for excellence John Drake. The seasons after the canals out why novel FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
a* producer of quality executive offices first due, and later deteri! WW Furnish Cash ToRefinance
milk In the Southeastern Florida 1st St., Miami.New .
so that the sour C debt
milk marketing area by Independent
filled with gar and other Abner H. Finance farm Improvements, new buildlnn to-
:;r Farmer Association.
." fish and there is almost chase wind. machine and Install Irrigation.
trial game :fish caught Vann Assist In purchase at a farm grove or ranch.Purchase .
Commission has estab mere lend.a .
e Hendry county fish! management: areas) Ph. Preside capital fond for the farm enterprise
.' other places: and has beta ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
joins milk groupThe in $ successful In restoring YU 2.5911 DAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
fishing to their water 1. Lswer payments.t. .
Council of South ,--- tens..< 'ts St ).
Dairy --' Leaser up years
"" 4I Florida h going to be active: In A motion lor a /dal-ls STATE Yarn FARM I t. Dependable service (serving. scrkulrare eichahdj
been filed by
Hendry and Glades counties ............. skid. 1111).
lID, Sterns and .
year sound Mrs. Joanne Jack INCOME TAXSERVICE' &. Tel ...... aetat'privilege* without penalty.
'executive: director, sold today. :for George Fbulk I. Less servfae kjr,local people familiar with local s s iV
I pit brought by
} From now on, the council will Perkins, emt W. O. PERRY Glades Roofing Co. If we 11I1Iare.eaa ke of ..... .. yea pleas write or phase..
supply poster, booklet, UdM, of Julian C
I AH Type *f Reel and W. L MAT, Her. tr DOTLE E. ABBOTT Mal Up.
Disband. :Mrs.
and upon, occasion, apeaker Tax Consultant
.. ,dealing education: program to or- the death of her 144 Avenlda Del *1. New Construction .r Federal l Land Bank Associationof
none TtJkoB t-7841 Repair Jobs

II BuslnessPersonalFarmComplete Phone 2.7111 BradentonPHONE

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: !b 60 days than wen sold to the entire 1963 modd JUT.Wo hope there wen bo M dels?fa>am ,sour cider;Botb
production cannot be rushed at a sacrifice! of quality Yon wouldn't want it that way.And when yon tea tad ewiatoo'I. f 4 cattle is heavy .

\ Imperial) you WIG understand why ifi the on floe car worth waiting for. Enter! the quiet wodd fayedd < .. Buy only the FREEAT

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I -Sales Every Monday at 1:00 P.M.

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GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. Complete Line of Paint and Supplies
''i .j.jr Phone YU 2-3281

Phone WT won Belle Glade, Fla. M4 E. Snsarland. ]Hwy., Clewiston, Fla.

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I West Palm Beach phone JU 5-1771
Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix

: Sales Agent J. E. BEARDSLEY

Call,:YUkon2 A411, ,Haiti St- Clew
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FOR SALE Kitchen Range, OewUton. Fla. THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Page ScvmHarlem Belvin; No. .-..Mn. Mary Me.
used 36" ga, $15. Jack: L. Thursday, March 12. 1964 Clendon; No. 9- -Mrs. CareUe
Scott 220 E. Arcade C1eW lt ft. Reddick; No. lfr-Mr. Georgia

ADS tfc Bell. I


will be read by hundreds. HopUal Notes

What have you to sell? Or what Patients admitted Thelma I

do you wish to buy Try one for DIxon, Christopher Johnson 1 I
of Our Colored
: Four results. Phone YU 3-1201. Mathew Turner, Lola Johnson, :
cents per word per insertion. 70 ers Radio He TV Sales with Sandra Harris, Wlnona Davis, 'I
cents minimum service. Nlckell Building 108 FOR MBS. JANIE!: S. OAJADHA Colored News Editor
charge four Insertions SALE Ironrite ironer, Dorothy Harvey Luther Campbell
for the price c4 three. Bond Street, Clewlstoa Fla. gas hot water heater at give Phone YU 1-7851 Wilfred Smith, Lillie
Phone YU U< PHONE YUkon 3-1201 CO DEALER. tic Mar28c ceipt: forage and issue ot sup Ward, Elijah. Under-
m Boys in ServiceFORT plies and materIaL
wood. Ivan Powell Clarence
Person whose names appear WILL invalid senile
care for or SPRING SALE ON PIANOS Brown entered the Army In
Morris Adolphus Waldr .. David
the classified ads Oxford
the home
persons uprights, reconditioned 1
JACKSON S. C. (AH- October 1963 and completed
doAe Charles mr-
Applewhite, ,
may pick up twe passes to 4-1796, Ft Myers. Apr2c
Spinet repossessed 8 Splneta,
TNO-Army) Pvt Timothy M. basic combat training et Fort Patients remaining Charlee
the Dixie
compliments Crystal of the Theatre News, IF ITS UNIFORMS see us first brand new, 1 console Piano, Brown, whose parents, Mr. and Gordon Ga. Hines, David Applewhite, Roberta -

I wt"ESTATE fOR SALE and Theatre. Passes most be Nurses, Beauticians, Waitress, new.4781 Holdrtdge Music. YU 2- Mrs. John c. Collins live on He is a 1963 graduate of Harlem Herb Dorothy Harvey
called for before Wednesday. I OR RI'.NT 341 acres deep Maid, Doctor's and Barber' dewfcton. Apr2c Route 2, dewlston. Fla, com ] Academy High School. McAllister: Ward, Ivan Powell

REAL ESTATE muck In Lake Harbor area. jackets The only uniform shop WHILE THEY LAST, pacages pleted an eight-week general Clarence Morris Noel Baron-
investment Suitable for cane or cattle. All for miles around 1.12034100'SUNIFORM of one dozen 3"x5" scratch supply course, Feb. 20, at Fort Band Parent Club News me, Luther Campbell. Wilfred
JNORTHSIDE home or ditched and diked. Long term S. The regular meeting will be
Jackson, C. Smith
considerably SHOP 1605 Hendry pads for only 25c. Place a Christopher Johnson
{ property, priced lease. Call after 8 held Thursday March 19
FOR SALE-2 bedroom CBS p.m. Carl Street. Fort Myers. Janltfe scratch pad In every room of During the course Brown recelved night Roy Richards, Adolphus Wal-
I under marketkORTHSIDE3 KwasnlewsU, Belle Glade 696. In the Idtoolllbrll''. All band
home Instruction in the dron, Alexander Haynes Lillie
with 3 lots 75x180 in the house for convenience. The noAPPLICATIONS 1'>
bedroom frame. Tropical Homesltes on Pine Island 5692. MarUc BLUM: & SONS PLASTERING.Very Clewiston News. tf parents are invited to be present Mae Murphy Annett Dickens, '
Furnished. Immaculate. Best Work- Mr. J. R. Spraitt chair- Sandra Harris Winona Davis
For information call YU FOR RENT-New 10'x48' house F
[NORTHSIDE-2 bedroom frame, 24391 after S p.m. Price $9,000. trailer with two bedrooms We Saw You Money- FOR SALE Parakeets, $2.00 man of Hendry County School Mary Bell WUllanM.' Thelma
$9,000, Marl2c and alrcondltlon. Plastering, Simulated Stone up Mynah birds, African love Board will be our special guest Dixon, Henderson. Rhodes, Elijah -
By week
or and will show films taken whileon
Stucco Free Estimate birds
monkeys, cages, supplies. Underwood.
available. month. YU 2-3421.
ai tic
ACREAGE 2 J. R. Fender Licensed and Insured Pet boarding. Thompson Wild his tour of Russ Mr.

S ACRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM Hardwood, ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU 25 Years In Business Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- & Spratt is also a candidate for Health Educator
frame home. FOR SALE OR RENT-New
du- 24881. tic 3850 Lora Street 1238 tic Hendry County Representative.P. .
plex. "three bedroom.
poor Carport Fort Myers. Fla. tic
325 FHA HOMES In Broward. Location: Obispo St between FOR RENT-One bedroom efficiency ED T-0171 or OX 4-2874 FOR SALE-GdrU 26" bicycle, T. A. Council News
Pam Beach and Dade counties Corona and Pacific! Sts. apartment utilities 1 pair shoe skates, size; 6, The Palm Beach Glades and
various sizes and prices. Call collect Lee Wilson, 844- furnished. Couple only. Phase 10'' FREE Piano lessons with good condition.( Call YU 3-2023 Hendry Counties P. T. A. Council .

Small ash payment. 6351, Lake Park Fla. tfc YU 24881. eta any upright piano purchasedfrom alter 4 p.m. tin HELP 'wANTEDWOMEN' will hold its monthly meeting

FOR RENT Efficiencies and now till April 1st at Hold. Saturday. March 14, at the
DEMAND GREATER THAN FOR RENT-Furnished cabins FOR SALE-14 It. Runabout
bosses as ridge Music. YU 2-4781 Clew- Rosenwald Elementary school:
Over 1,000 vacant lots to select EVER for houses, acreage, and trailers Johnson Fishing Iston. Apr2omiscellaneous boat, windshield!; steering ARE BEING South Day, Fla.. at 10 a.m. AU
businesses. We wheel and Gator Like TAKEN far clerks, and cash
Various have customers Camp. YU 2-1181. tic Trailer. .J
from for all purpose units are urged to attend, business -
waiting. List your property with new LonnIe Ford. tic iers. See Gary Scott at. Thrifty is
price Terms.L'VESTMENT us. J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU FOR RENT-2 and S room furnlshed Drugs. Itc very ImportantMrs.
27501. apartment Phone 2* CITRUS TREES Mocks
PROPERTY. tic im. tic sit FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. J. T. Cason E. O. ,Knight, secretary

$360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent 0. L. Espenlaub M. Tomllnson, Ona, Fla. Phone
CBS construction $25. oo. FOR RENT-Trailers and Trail BE!: 54788. tic Personal Mention

LONG TERM, low interest FOR SALE Two bedroom er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer Church members land friendsof
farm, cane, grove and ranch frame home in Moore Haven. Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic atlg FOR SALE-Caladlum. Bulbs, Mrs Leroy Holmes regret ,

mortgages, minimum $50,000. Huge oak tree in yard Total l varieties, 25 cents each. very much to hear of her lit
FOR RENT Quiet elrcondl- Corbin Farm & Ranch Supply.
LISTINGS NEEDED price ".500. Financed. YU 2- ness. Get well wishes are extended
3421. tloned and heated sleeping: MarlZfl eb .v
tic lor'an
early recovery,
J.lf.LANU'OltDIte \
room with kitchen privileges it
,. Real Estate Broker FOR SALE Three bedroImt.rani.e dealred. YU 2-3421. tic for Sale ALL MAKES 21" USED TVS and return to her normal activities. -

530: East Sugarland HighwayFire home. Large corner I E!:T S. Guaranteed $1995 .

Auto and General lot 402 E. Ventura, 7500. FOR RENT-Furnished trailer down, $14.04 per month. LAKE Sidney McCoy, eon of Mr.
Insurance Term lobe arranged. YU 2- with large Cabana room. Call FOR SALE One Amana upright APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. tic and Mrs. Earnest McCray, .en- Mrs. Mary Alyce. Shirley

Clewiston. Fla. Ph. YU 24161 342L tfc YU 2-3252. tic food freezer. Phone YU FOR SALE-S foot table top HELP WANTED[ MENI Joyed a delightful vacation with health educator of the Florida
3-1801. Mar 26c I his parent and friends in Clew and
State Board of Health the
white metal cabinet
hb n. lie has returned to Hartford of disease
room trailer. Sleeps S. With FOR SALE-Payroll: envelopes. robe cabinet 2 feet deep'! S feet MAN WANTED .to! manage ant bureau preventable
Conn. where Is senior
a will supervise a two day workshop
Aluminum Cabana and screen printed with form for social wide, 6 Jeet high. Call LaByer operate] a retail Watkins route
at the Weaver High School.
and venereal disease
1Business DirectoryWALDRON'S room. Price 1* right Write Box security, withholding and other'' Motel. YU 2-2891. tile In this) area., (Would consider study
XX, Clewiston News, Box 1236, deductions. Box of 500. Clewiston lady 40 to 60 year old.) Earnings Rev. L. Holmes attended a *t Harlem Academy, April 13
Clewiston. tic News office tf of $125.00 per week from special meeting with the presld'ng and 14. The first session will
elder, Monday evening, be conducted by Dr. William
SEE: US FORBOTTLED FOR RENT-Small bouse. Furnished FOR SALE- Inch plastic flow. miscellaneous WantedWANTED he very interview beginning.in For home personal at the Mt. Zion A. ICE. Church E. Hill Health Officer: Hendry

GAS or unfurnished, $35 *r pals 4 cents each. 35 for your in Belle Glade, Rev. H M. County Health Department, on
MEATS AND GROCERIES per month. See Mrs Sloan 433 1.00, while they last Barton TO RENT-3!: bed write Mr. McGarity: P. 0. Box Salmon, putor.PATIUa" Monday April 13, beginning at
Florida 32696.
AppliancesSalesService WUllston
Open T a.m. to 1 p.m. E. Trinidad or call H. P, John- Wagon. ,Trail Moore Haven. room furnished tpartment or Mar26o 3:15: p.m. The second session
Ion tic Mar26pATTENTION house. Permanent resident. Ph. 'will be conducted by Mr. Shirley -
"Stoap.m. VU 3-1201. tic Gordon CraM Tuesday April 14, 3:15:

Six Days a Week POWER GASCORPORATION CATTLEMENFor (I.m. All organizations and the
Sale tone 4,000 gallon and EARN $20 per day or :more in Harlem community: are invitedto
-(CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) --=: one 3,000 gallon tank suitable permanent!! rout work. Will attend. This program 1 fa UDder
for molasses>> storage For in- train man or woman If inexperienced. t
{; the direction of Mr. Harvey -
For Your Spur of Moment
Picnics tormatton call 924-7168 Pa- : Write Mr. Heath) M. Burnette Adnu .....t.
vet,. w +...wi hoket. Marl3o Box 2766 2 Tenn.
Memphis ,
Four Miles East of Clewiston South Bay WY 8-8521 1 Venereal Disease Control pro
Bare Beach FOR SALE-15 ft HberglaM gram.
HENDBT COUNTY' ta\\ boat and trailer. Remote steerIng -' .t

perfect condition Call YU Chapel ProgramThe
Title & Abstract Co.
Attention CattlemenNow .
third grade of room 5
( i 3-2071.() Mar26o
Title Ab.traew-Tille Insurance ANNOUNCEMENTS; 11$ end their teacher. Mrs. M. R.
Is UM Urns to e consolidate. Fable Stenographer GLADES MERCANTILE COMPANY McCray entertained the Elementary
your debts with a long term Photocopying Duplicating SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom authorized Singer Sewing Department. Friday
firm loan .low Interest rates, Bridge St and Park Are.
with LaBelle, Fla. P. O. Box Ice made. Complete line of Machine dealer' agent will REWARD tar return of binoculars NOTICE LANDOWNBRH OF ANNUAL Of METING RITTA morning with a chapel program.
Ottanre 8-IM1 drapery and slip cover fabrics. service sewing machines In camera and left shoe DRAINAGE DISTRICT The 'I'belm&-TootIh Truth
Federal Land BankSee Free estimates. Call YU 2-5831, Clewiston area every Saturday. which: fell from airplane over Notice 'I. harabr Liven that Marsha SaNer presided over
call of the Board ofHupervliora
Furnitureand Phone WY 6-5659 Bell Glade nudist punuant ANN HARRIS the following
Van Cothern's Custom camp near Big Cypress. of Kltta Dralnaa :
er Write EVINRUDESales Upholstery tic tic AI Fuller.. Itc District, the annual mooting of Utile Miss World Contestant Song America The Beautiful -

V. 1. IlU.YBos sea th.* landowner latrlot for of the lUtta rear Drain-..... ; Scripture, Johnnie X-
will b. held In Rltta DralnacoPump Birthday Party Gray; prayer. Isabella Tarver;

686 Wslcald! Bonding and ServiceNew Palm Beach Homo County near lake, Florida Harbor, on Roger McCray celebrated his song, Battle Hymn of the Re-
Bradenton FloridaHATHCOCK'S Thuraday, April a. 1.... at S.ll: 13th birthday, at the home of his public; pledge, Edward Keaton;
and Used Motors ys' 'H.r ,',loek In Time the afternoon, for the, EaiternStandard purposepit parents a few days past The reading, Sheila Jett; reading
Marine hardwarePang evening was spent enjoying Doris Braddy; Our Cursive

and Accessories 1. rjlactlnr ono, Buporrlior game and recorded mlllle:.. On Song, the Class; reading, Isa-
for the term of three (I)
AUTO SALES SERVICE Marine BaretEqulpmeat- veare. the menue were hot doge on belle Tarver;; Sweet Tooth Sue
IESTAD1ANT SERVICM I. Klevtln a Buperrlior Mr.to buns, potato Chips midget pickles Theodore Mack; Thelma
none YUba 1-8211 fill umpired t.rm of
STATION Frank E. Conkllnr,.11.l. com sticks, cake and punch.: Thumbaucker, Evelyn Clark;
OPEN ALL NIGHT R. E. WALDRON S. Receiving Guest present were Ralp Bin. Charlie Chin Leaner Bruc.Ant.boa1 .
and euoh action with
WWilliams. aerev $<<-'IeII.' reapeot taklnf theroto .. tho land- Michael Quintile Barbara Law ; Sam Stay Away
own... may determine. Geneva Hamilton, Linda Mat- Charles Burrow; Wrong Way
.. Tranaaollneouch. other
Electric' Efficient buelneee a. may properlycome lock: Tyrone Brewster, Mary Willie. Jerry Sullivan; Nellie
For prompt before the m..Unll' Ann Cotton. Clara Moore, Bet- Never Brush, Marilyn ScottGuest

lrhif. Repairs. An AIIIIU.... Home deliveryOF BOARD RITTA DRAINAGE OF SUPERVISOR DISTRICT Of dye Johnson Paul Jonee, Jua- speaker, Dr. D. J.
srK *fJi
DecWeal Ceatnettag: THE: MT**** Bri W.: C Prewltt, FreeldentCN nlta Moody: Leola Hut Win- Dick. Orthopedic, Glade, Okechobee -
41*-Mar. II, It, 1114.
het fred Anderson, Ronald Stephens : and Hendry counties.
11I&0.& ws
WmiasBs Call GideonsTV t )
heM MJtt Bobby Willie Lee Belvln and Special guest, Mrs. McPhaU,

S-13M Fred Alien. .At the close of the county nurae.

party, balloons. were passed. February' Greats, Elaine
Double "A"Roofing GET Dlxoa.
Tampa Tribune Women's Day. ...m Remark-Mr. H. L. MeKlre.Hilton' .
PIKES The observance of Women's

and Day win be held at New Bethel

A. M. J:, 'Church Sunday.,
Licensed Ft i Myers PEAK March 22. 1964. The allowing GroceryGroceries

ladles will be in charge of the Fresh Meat
Bonded News PreuHome Vegetables i
CHAMPION day's activities:
Cold Drinks Essential Item
Mrs. Frankye J. Holmes,
free Estimate All Delivery We Appreciate Your
on Type ells Reddick and MM. Annie
Roofing and Painting W. O. CAMPBELL PERFORMANCE PatronageMr.
George, chairman; Mrs. Hazel HOtesi
sad Mrs.Thuntoa
Phone YU 3-1131 Phone 2-2791 a'q' Rogers, co-chairman: ; Miss Proprietor

a.Ew1sTotf, FLA Evelyn Johnson Sunday school:

GET Miss Gwendolyn Patrick, chair-:

man. Young People; Mr. Car- Harlem ClubYour
cue Reddick: anw Mr. Annie
ESTATE MAXIMUM M. Bean usher Favorite Mixed Drink

Mrs. Emma L. Corbett chairman Cocktail
Special Talus LUXURY AT A of decoration; Mrs. Ma Fried Chicken Sandwiches
( Recorded Muria
RANK DENHEAD mie Willis, co-chairman
Realtor. Mr*. T. i. Sander and Mrs. Popular Bands
Built to be overworked MEDIUM PRICE Mr. and Mrs. wm WaUaee.Proprietors' .
IIS E. n Fas Aw.Oewbtea. Ather Mathl, finance.Mb .
C. M. Horton and Mr*
Fla.' 'yu'luned overloaded. over the years.Pile O. D. Roger, music.Mr .
*. J. S. Gajadha publicity
.127 P fitabW General Merchandise bu+lone in color- JULIA'S
lectiaG tit Indiantown 1'Ia. Building. land Climes and chairman.

:coook 1noocludeclla price. This JI a deaD operation and Nets the payload. This one can carry more weight than you can usually Captains: No t-Mre. Blon- BEAUTY NOOKFor
on MERCURY delle Mabry No. 1-Mr. Lu-
5ldpoom-'Nortl: corner V4 ton? Certainly I % ton? Why notl) And how It That New Look
lot, aids of Highway. Large aboard. 'Ia ton? Surel I the Wilson; No. S-Mr*. Joyce
excellent vv... 8aad ** .- MaT be commercial if desired get The 'Jeep' Universal was built to stay on the Job year after year- | Ann Talley; No. 4-Mr*. Oar Tinting Styling Citttng

Two apartment 110111'frame or duplex 1a excellent site condition Inside and Shout losing Its usefulness or value. Test It today-see why the 'Jeep' Oafflne Belle Morris; NOi"'t-Mn.: No. S-Ur Fay. Grace Week- Friday He Appointments and SaturdayMrs. I j

out... North side. $1.000- down.. Total price $8,500.00. 115aaoeaa Universal Is the world leader In its class. Three power take-off options.' ) far! No. T-Mre. Anata M. Jibe Sales Proprietor I

!H Sectfao.Ave.120 acres.$130. per acre. .Available with half or full cabs-or convertible top. Also available ta 80",J

ten Toe bedroom! home ID Pahoke wffl trade tor dewiProperty. *- 81"" or 101" wheelbase. .

Tar** bedroom. $5,000 o equity.oe bath. Large corner lot I7SOO.Qcfcil %waArnft pOWERFUL.I VIRTUALLY MoesnucTaiMk J eel ELITE GROCERY

fOUffft Js.y camfOHATtoH Toledo 1, Ohio (
pe IUd, mud Iud. 15 miles South of 1
ttWi 'US. acre. Lone terms.locsaluXSLP'S' Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies I
'** Groves from 1% b>> 10 acre tract- Ca-

and at LaBelle. Fla. SUGARLAND MOTORS Cold Drinks Clewiston News

Per any of these extra special value can '
Other Items
Frank Denme&d 841 E. j Hendry County

Roc.Broker l'l For Information Cell TU 2-76: 1ICLASSIFIED
YU Will .e e :t 7EB :Tue a.. ABC;: Ch. I 10 Motors, Inc.

'It, Pays to Deal with 1 a Realtor 8ogaras4 Hlwsy ClewMoA



111IIJIft1\ !
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monla at the U. S. Naval Hoe fat' Mr*. Rosa Ann Smith 80, Tenn.i two btnye;
dividing line because there to of<< Ctewiston who passed away: and 1 andchOM+_
Sexton, Dave Stockman competition keen for position Beaufcrd South Carolina. i+ _
Eight THE CLEWKTON NEWS Clewlaton, Fla. Joseph afang'thl* pital.
hunting General
Includes little deer Hendry Hospital
Thursday, March 12. 1984 Ernie!. Miller and Charlie Oliphant His current roster and) route and this was felt to be Interment was lit,the National a.t March .. Local >
He expressed appreciation Bobby Hare Smltty;: jOtt RrrlllCetnetlla
Stetter and Chaplain John for the 9* district: officers': Gary' Radish catcher; Ronnie advantageous to enforcing thereIn .Cemeterjr Beaufort Mrs. Smith had been a reftodent Hama Pat1lq 1yr818Ta3 .'.
and Mike Fletcher pitcher : Mrs. Harris I.s 1 a former member -
Legion observes Feeney. This wee the official work through be( year and for Olden northern" part of the Scboolfacu1l3' of aewslton for the past
base Mandy :Mar"rell of the LaBelle
and first
9th district all *he visiting officials ; survived
visitation! of the Al bunting 1* much better Harrison Is a 14 months. She Is by
pitcher and utility: state Captain'
9th district ;
staff. Mary Ellen Kaag T. and Glenn
the Morrell shortstop and pitcher; later in the season after the former Hendry county Assistant three sons Joseph Mr. and Mr,
praised Cebrii
t'f\ 45th>irthday Department Vke Commander Auxiliary Auxiliary president unit for its project Mike Mazzina, 2nd base; Steve scrub oak shed their, leaves, Agriculture Agent Smith .of dewlston and JamesD. tines announce the
Committeeman commission suggested Smith of Alachua; three son, e
Doc Spence and help -to: the Legion\ Post Schneider and Jesse Busk. and the G.brlel Jr, t
..AmerlcflJLecIoD Post 93. Gordon Oliver Past The Post and Auxiliary' held 3rd base; Jimmy Bible, Cal extending! hunting season later ROSE ANIf 81pTB daughters, Lottie Rozell and March 8, 1964, at BendtJ
: joined by its Auxiliary Unit Department Commander: LeRoy separate meeting during the Balentine, outfielders; Bubba in the spring there; there was Funeral services were held Barbara Smith of Clewiston and eral Hospital The let,
?4 celebrated the 45th birthday of Tanner, and Past Post Commander evening, reconvening together Schneider, pitcher and Bill Far no objection. Monday In Cleveland, Tennessee Helen Upton of Cleveland, ed men pounds, nlej _'"
rr j the Legion at a buffet supper W. C. Allen (tot South for the closing comment by the rat pitcher and outfielder. The most drastic change In ( _
i' and meeting Tuesday evening Bay) were present. officials. During the Legion Pushing! bard for dressing out regulation suggested by the .
;' In the Legion Hall. Legion dignltariea Auxiliary visitors Included meeting' the department officers priviledges are Doug Rudd and commission! was ithat of permitting I : -,
J headed deer to be Wiled on
attending were Belcher catchers Tom
discussed the program being Murray ;
Mary Ellen Haa,. 9th district
of Florida Com the last \two day of the seasonIn
by Department In Washington and Weathers and Freddie LaByer
considered / -
president and her staff : .r
"1 mander John J. Adams who Legionnaires to write outfielders. ; certain areal where commission .
;' paid the local Post *. signal of Child Welfare Chairman urged and Senators .. specialists feel this wouldbe
Chairman their Congressmen "
Jan Crofa Poppy '
honor bringing\ the Florida advantageous. Galney told i
by .
4 bill*
Zona and Hospital Representative
Department Colors for use at Spenc Local Legionnaires considered Seed cane goes the sportsmen that In areas
Jean Mahooe7.past
the meeting. District president toll Tanner the meeting one of the most with a thick deer population. the deer It Vote "ForJ. j
Ninth District Commander and Mr Schroeder of successful of 'the Post In recent to Immokalee has been noted smaller that each ;year
+ Jim Dickson brought his staff Michigan! weep guests. years. are
1 Seed cane 1* being cut from a and som e are ridden with
1 consisting of Sergeant> at Arm Post Commander Ken Walker field of United State Sugar Corporation disease. Harvest of doe deer In
., Roy Mahoney Service Officer recognized five past command diamond on A Tom Croft Adjutant Irene B. era of Post 93: Abner Vann, Tiger US 27 immediately' west of beneficial in promoting a
.. Clewiatoo and motorists along healthy condition in the herd. It
," I the highway have bad a field is believed. If adopted the! doe
Y. team splitopening day watching: the operation.The kill will be limited to those Jack SPRATT j jwry
4I-I; highly specialized mechanical real where the described condition J J. R. ( )

i 60'xlO' 3-bedroom Early American units which are: now exist, said Galney.
r. pair common in the harvest cpera- Sportsmen voted "yea" when
tints of U. S. Sugar Corp are asked If the turkey season
The 1964 CHS Baseball team not used for the smaller operations could be extended past the deer
; under Coach Ernie Hill lost of cutting seed cane, The hunting eason. They 'voted no
,, ..
MarletteCommander their opening game of the cane is destined for the touno- when asked if they wanted In rdr c ; .r
kale area where a group of
in Belle
season 5-4 Friday this area a spring gobbler season
Glade in a heart breaker. In farmers are busy getting it in such as other parts of the
their Ridge conference opener the ground while negotiations! state have. ; For Member
Tuesday here, it was a differ are underway for a cane Quota They voted "no" to requestof
j ent story winning 5-2. and mill. The farmers, most of archer that the Citrus Wild
whom are vegetable growers end be set
Belle Glade centerflelder: Bert > life management area f
Davis homered In the bottom accustomed to "gambling"wlta aside exclusively for archeI'S.but j
of the "seventh breaking a 4-4 their crops are furnishing the agreed to\ special archery
for the cutting of the seed HOUSE OF
tie, handing! Bill Farrar the labor seasons .of two weeks and weekends
; their ,
and it to
are hauling ,
joins the wide selection of Marlette and first loss of the season in relief own cane trucks within the regular seasonin
\ of Mandy MorrellMie toe Citrus area.
::4;; Great Lakes Mobile Homes Mazzina set the Tiger Their method of operation 1 JI Sportsmen voted "no" on the "
on display. on fire Tuesday with a home more leisurely than the harvest early dove season
mill and motorist REPRESENTATIVESHendry
'l j of cane far the
run In the first inning
are enjoying the sight"Many
Oeechobee's single run in he
Also see our new Roll-R-Room and our opening ataflza. The Brahman i ObituariesMrs. r

picked up a second run In the sportsmenContinued
used trailers. All these at the second inning and were held H. J. RoathMrs.
I scoreless the remainder of the ( from Pap p) .

game by Bonnie Olden and Al ommendations. The meeting followed J. H. (Pwrlle) Bath, i'- County
Morrell. who picked up the wit:
..' all tl, of Greenville; Fla., a former
set pattern in
a _
dewlston wrapped the came
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. la the fifth inning up with three of the 29 meetings In the state, Monday resident night of In Clewiston the Madison.Ha. ,, died. : ","ti\;.fjf. ; ,...,f,, .

runs on two walks bunt singlesby where the same questions wen ., boapitaLShe ... ." .l l. ..'\.; ,
Farrar and Bobby Hare, a 'asked and a eounmade of the! Alabama
was a "
830 E. Sugarland Ilwy. YU 2.2661 hit batter and a wild throw. vote for and against each. and had lived in Greenville .' :0..,
Coach Hill is looking forward In brief: local sportsmen opposed since moving from Clewistoo In '::t t :--
j of hunting In '
the opening
excellent season '
to an
'the area south of State Road "' ".
: Survivor are her husband Y
60 earlier than the rest' of the > f
H. J. Roath. Greenville a
state. Official explatned"thatthe "
:\ : $ daughter Mrs Louise (James
.I commission wants to increase .
!t" H.) McDonald, Miami'Springs Y
the supply of game 'each
James Edwin Roath.
a con
and believe, the line
season Miami brother W. H.
; one
't. Redish Electric Co. must be set at some place because Marchman, Apex S. c.. and
1' deer shed their antlers of three sister, Mrs. U. F. Dies- \ A Proven Record of Public Service
: 'I116 South Bond Phone YU 2-1601 earlier in the southern part ser, Macon: Ga., Mr*. T. E.
the state than: in the
Cochran LaBelle, and Mrs. R.
\, Offers These $ Saving Special.Frigidaire .- part SR 60 was chosen W the"Toolatetoclaastfy" M. Pollard Marathon, and four

\ o Upright Freezer Used Refrigerator ...... ., $95.00 Funeral services will be conducted
this!. afternoon at two
.};.' i,I. 12 cu. ft.-new only $229.95 Good Condition WAITRESS WANTEDGUdes/ o'clock dn the Greenville Baptist (Paid PoL adv.: by J. R. Spratt Camp. Tress)

t Restaurant. See Tony TOulto. Church with Interment In the
: Carrier Air Conditioner New 20" Gas Range Ue Evergreen Cemetery Green

.::1 a 6.000 Dtu-Special $159.95 Extra Special $99.95 ville. Beggs Funeral Home
FOR SALE Packard Madison is In charge.
i" Silex Toasters only $5.95 Bradley Table Lamps beautiful condition new!;battery

: while they last Reduced $5.95 each ",. drive., new Immaculate generator. Ready Interior.to. Harrison infantBrett OverloadedWITH

w Priced to sell. See at "Chuck"
Stuart Harrison, infant
I., !II :II k; !II II d !II !4 it; \*; !II III tf
Well :Motor Co. son of Captain and Mrs. O. B.
Harrison of Pan-Is Island South

: 9 .' 1964 Carolina died February born February' 28, of pneu-26, GOOD USED CARS

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WHOLE HOUSEHEATING 1963 Pontiac Bonn. Vista,. 4-dr. $3395

One owner, air conditioned $3595We're

EllCTRlC 1961 Chevrolet 4-dr. ". $1395

".. One owner, extra nice $1595


{ TO THE LARGEST! 1960 Pontiac Bonn. Conv. $1395
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BMHBBJBBBHMHMWM 1V1| to' the largest horn or
t 'i CMnmsTclal) installations, 1960 Chevrolet 4-dr.
t. rumps OUT boat, humidity wagon $1295

\ IN summer pumps IN hoot One owner,-like new $1 495
from fresh outdoor air la
winter. Uses law hall cstt

ey:' lag .. eliminate ducts 1960 Chevrolet 4-dr., 6-cyl. $1195

I, .'1I $59500PWS Auto perfect mechanically $1295

!, INSTALLATION 1957 Chevrolet.t 4-dr.V8 V $495

t Lake Appliance Auto, new paint !$595


+ Cktn iitiv*8ptr Sport vUk BucM. Sntt Sngarland Highway 1957 Pontiac Sport Sedan $795
Find out for yourself what this Chevy II can really do; If transmission. Both are optional at extra cost along with ClewtiUo. Fla. Extra clean "
j there are hills r.earbylet it give them a good going-over a Poaitraction rear axle AM-FM radio, and many other $895
''Then' see it give slow-moving trucks the'ng -around' aceeI8Ol'e& And for all \iU new power, Chevy II rides BO y ," .' 4
With its new extra-cost V8 you need but ire the accekr softly it seems to glide along the' highway, That's f
t ". ''ator an inch, and this Super Sport will take a mile. because it baa high-mounted independent coil springs in Did You Know? The following near nothing down
And this great highway performer looks the part it the front and Mono-Plate single-leaf springs in the rear
plays so well. A glance at its all-vinyl Interior With everything Chevy II Super Sport has BOL 1958 Ford $10per1"k.I
'; and door-to-door carpeting will tell you that *lag for *It. it s no lurpriae.your Chevrolet dealer You? can getB& $11 per wk. 1954 Ford .,
....,'....There's your choice of either the floor-mounted i:4 sW Is anxious to show you its price tag. Because 1954 Chev 1"
I Towerglide or Four-Speed Synchro-Meah _. that's the only thing about it that isn't super. Convo $10 per wk. 1953 Willys .'. $9 per

) THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet.CheveHe. Chevy n.Cbrvalr. Corvette 1 954 Buick .,., $8 per wk. Many other specials!

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J .

"Chuck" Wells Motor Co. Inc. Chuck Wells Motor Co., Inc.

Phone YU 2- 1501 Sujarland Hwy. CIewiatt'Pap

Sugarland Highway Clewiston, Fla. YU 2-4501 Phone YU 2-9322