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 19, 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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Haven Sugar Millets The Clewiston News Two 12 Sections Pages !

"Dedicated to the advancement of tlendry County and America's Sweetest Town :

24,321 tons .

sugar VOLUME 37 NUMBER 1] j CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 19, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed See S45 S. P.M. Subscription M 00 year

la Moore Haven Sugar ;

JLe completed its secondKing ? ,, Sunrise serviceon
season Monday after-
fin with a most successful 134

ton ager according Luis DeArma to General Hoover Dike candidates

oe 124 grinding days con-
,ed J.800 acres of sugar can r v11 Easter
ch was somewhat less thanK 11 vr; ; I morning -

ted because of the large 1

I nunt of cane used for wed In The Easter Sunrise Service,

South Hendry-Immokale sponsored by: the dewlston Min seek election
I The acreage produced j : isterial Association to: to beheld
,29 net tons of sugar cane, beside Lake Okeechobee on i
firma said Herbert Hoover Dike near the
lie general manager wa an dedicatory marker. The service i

I :e> as he quoted a 911 pert Is to begin at 6:00 a m.
I ,t yield or 182,S7 pounds of Pastor Victor Turner, HI Haven Election law Here's
ton of cane fen the Baptist is your
I ar per Church to preach _
son average. The crop prod the message of Easter morning i I. r

24,321 tons of 96 degree Other participating pastors Include hearing draws V5
/ 5 ballotThe
sugar of 'which 2,000 tons 1 1r the Revered Clark H. May

te told as raw sugar and Dorman, St. Martin's Episcopal
)4 tons of refined sugar sold Church, the Reverend Joe V. small crowd primary ballot in Hen-
f 405,000 bags Coleman, Church of God; the dry county on May 5th will contain -
glasses from the grinding Reverend H. H. Ford, Community these names:
IK-CSS reached over :the 1.f .- Presbyterian Church; and only five other persons attended ..
.f 000 gallon mark which has :the Reverend James F. Klmbrel. the public hearing being fat tax assessorJohn -
to been marketed end adds. Assembly of God. Several called by Senator Elmer E. Brungard,
Drably to :the successful Y churches have interim pastors Friday as Interim committee Lucille Small t

,_on's financial report who are unable to participate member of a group appointedby For tax collectorJ. -
M.Ii mechanical down time The Sugarland Singers, under the legislature to Investigate O. Davidson, Jr.
f the season was only S.4 per the direction 0' Dr. L. G. "from top to bottom" the election Hudson (Bud) Graham.T. .

pt\ DeArmas said, however Vaughn, Jr., are .to present two laws of Florida E. Hedges.C. J I
k unseasonal heavy rains in- anthems during the service. There were some important J. Loworn.
aged the total mill down timeI !Plenty of parking space is discussions at the meeting, held Robert L. Yeomans, Jr.
I nearly 18 per cent. Over ISHI provided near the cite of the Tuesday in the courthouse. Friday .
reported due tot ARIZONA service. The ministers of Clew- urged citizens to keep For clerk circuit court-
stops\ were HIGHWAYS?-NO, this photograph of blooms
abreast of developments In the Dorothy Moore Clark.
rain fall :that prohibited ef the Century Plant reaching to the sky was taken the iston anticipate a large group a std
en election laws.
"If by: :your Wm. Thomas Hull, Jr
t hauling of cane from the of persons to gather lor this
banks ef Industrial
Clewtitoo, near the new fertiliser annual service. You and apathy you allow laws to be HUDSON GRAHAM MRS. JUNE WHITE
lids plant-STAFF PHOTO.Sugar your palsed which tend to make Candidate for For Shtrtff.
party Candidate for
family are invited to this Easter
I Flu expanded machinery more easily cram. Tax CollectorBrungard Earl S. Dyers Sr. School Beard Member
|We are not the largest nor edgy one, two or three people, Meredith C. Pace. District S

t best sugar bouse but wee harvest it would be :your fault as citizens For' of
the fastest growing Denial and "
voters, he said. The
' said as he referred to the Crochet injured qualifications of all candidates, assessor race John L. Hall June White out

pension program which will Including party officials, U anImportant For County JudgeBroward -
gin on March 30. factor in the operation John E. Brungard. teacher in N. Parsons.
The mill, which has only' opted end next weekThe of parties In the county, the LaBelle High School qualified for School Board
" two seasons was built b/AWOLcow state and nation," he said. Monday as candidate for For Superintendent ef Public

r a 3000 ton-a-day. capacity houses Florida is becoming! a two-party tax assessor', opposing the Incumbent Iwtroctton- Mr. June White of Felda
at dewls-
sugar dates are tentative, of J.
course Homer Bible
being expanded this summer state very rapidly he pointed Mn. Lucille Small.
this week announce that she II
a 4.500 ton-a-day: capacity: lor ton and Bryant will close next. but we think now the crop will A heifer, which suddenly out. Brungard is a gradutt of Carl E. Hornsby.: a candidate for the Hendry
week the 1963-64 '*
, next grinding season "Wect ending laid grinding end at that time, said Mr. went AWOL from the herd injured Among suggestions discussed Heidelberg College, In Tiffin, County Oommlsafoner. Disk 1- County Board of Public Instruction.
) to grind 550.000: tons season, Harry: T. Vaughn. Sidney: L. Crochet, vice Vaughn, of United
,t year" DeAnna said president The growing season for the president of U. S. Sugar Corporation of county residence of voters' bachelor of science: degree in Sammy Langford. Mrs. White was raised in In.
:Tie mill manager said that States 1 Sugar Corporation thisweek. current cane crop was a poor and manager of Sugar- qualifications; and looking into chemistry. He served five :year Campbell E. NailCounty dlantown, Martin county and
employees< 'will take a vacai one, due to the dry: weather land Ranch, durlnsr roundup operations the five minute period the law in military service during World has been a resident of Hendry
until March 30 at whiche "We have set :the date for conditions. There was an IS on the ranch this week.. allows each voter In a voting War II, three ;year of which CemmLalasrer, DM. i- county since 1953 She attended

approximately 80 pert ,t of the mill help will resume close as Monday.: March 23, and the season when the. cane the "protected area," shielded number of voters per machinein He held he rank of first lieutenant Harvard S. Parkinson. graduated from Martin County

rk on the expansion pro for the Bryant sugar house, gets it growth. by a double lance, where he had the. precinct from 600 to 800. County Commlukntr, Disk I- High School in Stuart A member
(Continued on Page I) Tuesday. Match 24. These "Someone reversed the seasons gone to watch the cattle go The.guarantee of a free, secret He received his certificate for Gratton H. George. of the Baptist Church, Mr*.
on us," smiled Mr through the "squeeze" In the ballot must be preserved com teaching through the summer White I 11 vice president of the

- Vaughn.- "We lacked rain during counting operation. One excited pletely: In this country, said Fri Apalachlaa State Teachers College School Beard Member, DM. S- Western Hendry County Unit,

the growing season, and heifer, jumped the counter and day.The: Blanche McCormkk. American Cancer Society and
Family heirlooms some of our harvest operationswere got into alleyway: and headed Newt editor asked the Mr. Brungard moved with his June White. ha been a leader of the Hen-
hampered by too much out, knocking Crochet down and committee to restudy the law family to Hendry county seven dry County 4-H dub for the
which to and .teaches School Board Member, DilL 4- "
rake"lie carrying him along with her to requires a newspaper :years ago math past two yean,

give free apace to every: candidate and science in the local schools. Joe M. Hall. The candidate 1 ta" the wife of
made in 17 added the end of the alley where hefell
that the harvest
centurytable against whom charges He I II married and has two Everett White and the mother
operation had and the heifer landed on For' Constable Dial 1-
gone are published in the newspaper daughters, Janet, a second year
top. Crochet stuttered. a fray M M. McCau. of four children age ranging
although the cane tonnage was within the final 18 days before student at Edison Junior College from three to 11 years: he
tured and
left clavicle
and four chairs which 'The table edge contains! a brass not ss great as officials of the sever election. and Eileen a Junior student C. E. McGee. children the
having attending
:lewlston resident has chard delay: completely circling the corporation had anticipated, bruises. After a couple of days Friday: also discussed with the in LaBelle High School. Chuck Prater. LaBelle public school for the
as family heirlooms may four sides; the backs of the and the sugar yield was about In the hospital he is recuperating group, "What constitutes residency "If elected to the office of tax O. H. Small past five years.
at home and at the office
+e to be valuable antiques. chairs are graceful In sweep the same ai last year where he is doing a limited ?" and "what constitutesilliteracy assessor, I promise'\ do the Constable, Disk No. t- "I am vitally interested in our
'> Anna Colborne and her and the seats are removable for Figures for the crop win be amount of work each day. : !" and how the illiterate best Job of which I am capable J. L Powers.S. schools and feel that there can
,her, Tom Colborne, have. easy: upholstering. They are now summarized after the close of voters can and should be ," he ald.'SAMMY. J. Ridgdlll. be improvements made In the
Ined the furniture for sentt- covered in crimson and gold
the harvest. helped at the polk
C. Wegscheld.
Stanley system.; I am anxious to be in a
ital reasons, although they damask selected by Tom and
Discussing the party organixatlon
from which I
position can help
e realized the set must bee Miss Anna's mother. Wyse improvingWalter" Friday: urged local par- Justice of Peace District. 1- make these improvements,"said
old they: have never con- ty committees to take chargeof H. E. Crosby: .
Colborne's French ancestors
red It of special value to Notice Wyse, who was injured the "Get Out the Vote" campaign Justice of Peace. District S- Mrs White.
were among'the early set.tier in an automobile accident "I am continually in contact
rs Recently visitor Oscar Langford Jr.
a la in
to stimulate Interest
In the 1600'sand with the business world
of Canada
r home examined the table April first Is the deadline for while on a trip to Yemassee, voting, in voter registration, Robt U Millireo.
their great-grandfather wasa had ten ;years experience in
S. C. returned to dewiston by
chain homestead for
and exemptions
expressed the filing and to ever be alert to
't( British colonel: In the War of ambulance last week and is preservethe bookkeeping and at present, am
< that it current
Is of the
the 17th cen- year. free democratic processesthrough
tax work for
doing bookkeeping
' well at
origin, made in Plymouth, 1812.Although now recuperating 'which our governmentis ar "
various buslneese said Mrs.
local hospital. Pace
.land.ie all
they have lived operated by: the people. opposes White.
Colborne' ancestors) were of their lives In the North they
rash settlers in Canada and ace now enjoying the Florida .1
family came from there toT sunshine and have had no desire Sheriff DyessMeredith Dorothy M. Clark
(it Mist Colborne la a a'e1 to return to the Michigan School plans summer

1 telephone company em- winters They: have no particular C'Pace, a native of seeks reelectionMrs.
**. her brother, a retired: desire to part 'with their Hendry county, entered the
eral Motors office employee. family. heirloom furniture either race for Sheriff of the county, Dorothy Moore Clark
r brought a few of Ie1rabed but might be persuaded to shortly before the deadline for has qualified for re-election as
! possessions when they sell It "It probably: should be improvement program qualifying Tuesday.: Pace was Clerk. of Circuit Court, subjectto

"ed and moved to Florida in a museum somewhere,. so educated In the LaBelle. school the May 5th primary.Mrs. .
" set is mahogany and many people> can tee and enjoy He, is an Air Force veteran of Clark as eeeklng OM: ofdce
to of a butterfly table, an it" said Miss Anna. "It The Hendry board of public The calendar for next year. additions the Korean conflict, and hit for a third term. Mrs. Clark "
, chair and three aide chairs. was obviously made for gracious instruction adopted the school should please teachers who requested Architect James M. Hartley: been la business la LaBelle for was appointed to fill,the unex-
dark wood Is handsomely: living although it is as calendar tor next school year, that beginning dates, reported that the LaBelle addition -, four yean. He 1* now owner pired term of her late husband.T. .
:ed, and each piece con. sturdy and strong today as it get commencement dates, tackled should not aH at the last of the should be completed on LANCFOtO and manager of the Texaco Coburn Moore In 1958: and

' brass Inlays. The pedestal wee when made. We have other building! projects and heard week.Budding'. time, despite a 'week' delay Service Station, corner Bridge was elected that year during
Langford qualifiesfor
!"* table Is especially bearwith mailer heirloom piece a letter from a specialist on projects .are in an caused by adverse weather. He Street and Highway SO. the general election. She was

, pineapple care which we can keep and enjoy as school law stating he baa no schools of the county and are presented final plans on new Pace is married and has one unopposed In the last ..lectInD.A .
"""A are repeated Ur jess'Pee mementoes of our pioneer ancestors. knowledge of any law explicitly designed to make better use of rooms and alterations at Harlem commissionerSammy daughter. rwkfent of Hendry county
in each of the chairs .'* prohibiting students from smoking exktlng buildings and to stretch and these were forwardedto since INS she has lived portion
,., members of Include classrooms the State Department for final Langford, a resident of this time in both) LaBelle and
,. All more
school. walls to
,. the
1 I--- I
n .. approval and wtQ be advertised of Clewiston for the last 11 !Hull qualifiesfor Clewiston.
at the well to make some '
the board were present ,, as as :
bid April 9. : qualified Friday: as candidate
session Thursday aft for opening on years "It re-elected to this Important
Mr. Hartley reported the acoustic for county commission court clerk office I ernoon.Commencement. dates set Teach your children of the gymnatorUim In the er. District 1,of Hendry county. keep progressive methods tt .

schools present a difficult! prob Langford baa lived in Hendrycounty Wm. Thomas Hun Jr., ofLaBelln recordings-.to handle all roords -
v+ ,, were: LaBelle May: 28; traffic estimated that approximately 40 :years receiving hi* and with the
rl w, 1 / June 1. safety lem. He use entered the race efficiently ;
uaar.r May: 29; Harlem education lA the LaBelle schools.
ton $3.000 per building will for clerk of circuit court, opposing utmost speed sntd accuracy: and
be required to install fiberboard A veteran of 4 year la the Air the incumbent, Mrs. to furnish courteous service to

Ward undergoes ASK OH panels on the wall, which was Force. Langford had worked for Dorothy Moore Clark. Mr. Hull all citizens of Hendry county. '
hi* only suggestion improving be U. S. Sugar Corporation i Is a native of Hendry county Mrs Clark saidHigh .. \
MondayA. the*acoustic*. Ho recommended prior to>> hi* military service and ba lived her about M
*?' surgery LEFT that only one building and for li year with Clewiston year of his 411-year. life. He U *

O. Ward tax collector! underwent (Continued: Page Z1g1J"Chuck" : Motor service.. Company He was la following!business this la a veteran of World War 0, and bandwagon'here
exploratory surgery: la a member of the American: Legion.
Palm Beach county tot. short
Good Samaritan Hospital. West He 1* a member of Cart 0
McGee period In tht manufacture: of
Monday. Mr.Ward eon Memorial Methodist Church.
Palm Beach, on Friday :
drainage pump He cold hi* Interest ,
who has been m tor several seeks constableCharles to his partner and presently Mr. Hull i ta married and lea
Y weeks, entered the hospital la engaged in a email four children two of whom are SU pretty gale ha eye

n recently: for a series of teata.? I:. "Chuck": McGee, cattle operation. now In school He 1* now employed eatehins eoatamn, ataoei. .

Members o! the famDy: report a chemist for the U. S. Sugar The candidate is married to by Dandee Bread com panted by a neett Jaaeombe .
that' X-ray revealed a Corporation has qualified sis 'the former Wattle Wilson of pany. and "was for many year aboard an appjoprtately -

growth on his right lung but constable, district one. LaBelle and they are the parents associated In ranching! with hi* >eora ed High Bandwagon
U does not appear malignant, FC.ING.TRAFfl A graduate of Taylor: County of two children Joe a father' ; the late W. T. Hull who will arrive k* Cbwia-
, '. '" f '_ ''' \ and diagnosis is not complete.His Bleb School Perry, McGee: has graduate of dewiston High for many year was clerk of the loa at I.M a.m. Friday.
st rww.ddw. daughters Mrs. J. V. Francis been a resident of dewis'on School and Derinda who U presently court for Hendry county. The pobne to posted .* rI;(

"EUEVED: TO BE SM WEARS OLD, this eiQttWte kaadj of Fort Myers and Mrs. J. tat the past tea years.In attending. school ., Mr. Hun said, "If elected a* enjoy. their rode and sacs
j eyed -alHcUF fBrnttar .Is a flee example the eraftmaarLtnUmn H. Faulkner of Jacksonville are City of Clewiston making his announcement Langford and his wit. operated clerk of the court, I will make age ta a performance. teeordliv >
esker geaerattea ne with him and his son. Ed McGee said "If elected con- the T3 Patio Motel prior dependability my watchword, te telegram her
*. E tla d .b past
hhlaye ilearIT aad pedestal Ward of Belle Glade, was with stable I win continue the office to its ale b Mr. and Mr*. and will give my very beat& to the. Bebert Ktag Hlrt foroore
a- are are ease ea the table edit him through Monday.: Police Department on an inactive' basis." Hammock. the office" Goyeeme .......... .
l'epeale4 M ifc, baste w a, graceful ehatrs.


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,. Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Oewiiton, Tla. boy frequent the airport area attending were the Waite E. Here's January "
Thursday March 19. IMt Section ODe for target practice and ta all Vaughn Annan Feres. Loyd PALM SUNDAY

e Sonny Ser gel E.blitty a stray shot hit Kt::y. Charles Owens. Joe Sea sales tax report

the pony accidentally: this tons, Fay Durrences Parker was a m.morabday/ for
U comfortless for theCongratulations mIItress. W 5OIII. Hendry' county' retailers reported day when, he "'
THE CLEWISTON CDOcratulaUom to the Bra- The Girl Scout: under the $28,60381 taxes to the wept Over ieneal,5

.. PutjHshed every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue. Owiiton. dry County HacpHal Comm\" are in order leadership of Mrs. Glen Ether-' State Revenue Commission on cause of their rejection 01 the ...
far a couple farmer ton prcddeat. celebrated their made In JanUAry. according :: What Sov i0M
HendryGDade sale
Florida, by The Clew swn News lac., a Florida (Jorpon OD.I fen. Aa adveftatesMot ell>' about you? Do
where in this IMueu bids county; "road runners"! birthday! at Sugarland Audi to report of J. Ed Straughn, you rond"

,I End as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927. at the far "rejuvenating" the hocc/til for the M hway PatrolS torium. Beverly Egley received director. This i As an approxl. Service. .to ChrIst yet In YOur

,! Port Office In Clewiston. Florida under the Act of Congres of root Certaaaiy tU knticttve' L Ralph Bays a Oewiston her First Class Scout made 50 per cent increase over serve the world? ho-,
,I March 3. 1879. meat is another feather la the resident for over S )years has Award. the olei tax: of the previous
hospital'l cap .mot only is been promoted to first sergeantof January. However, the base of
"For God ,loved f6.
: NATIONAL it one of the best equipped but Troop F, Bradentoa and '-wi i the sales tax was broadened in world, that A. gave te only

I IA sS ?c8TI3P4I' wffl be one of the most modern continue to "atperv..." Hendry the 1963 legislature, so the two Son, ,thai whosoever b.i.v.th11;, / him; should/ "* <

j\4 i U' looking anywhere. May I and Glades counties. months are not comparable. hove everlasting/ We. John 3,15, not psry,,,
:1':1'R pg J mia_ CpL Charlie Humphries formerly
JoIn with others In verbal NED
In January of 1963 the sale
of LaBeHe and most recently Community Presbyterian
1 ROSES to the commis lom.
collected in the county was Church
I: SubfcripUoo Kate M.OO per year ---- of Stuart, received hb (Note: The following letter tax 407 Royal Palm Avenue p

.' 0 (Return Pottage Guaranteed) Understand the senior class of stripe and a transfer the Crst was written to the Nevs-Press $15,407.46. HENRY HORRELL FORD.SERMON Minister I
BERYL BOWDEN, Publlaber CBS is in gar the treat of their cf March. Charlie wffl be ranking } in Fort Myers but because: It Total collections for the state in: A.M: Bible School 1:00: P.M. Youth
k gT10" Editor life U the Worlds Fair excursion NOD In Highland couny: concern a recent happening la this year are $20,825,390 for : A.M. Worship F o11:00 I
I'i', S. H. STALLS Managing
: through. It is and win head up the new' patrolradio Hendry county, we think our January sales, compared to > SUBJECT I
goes an
Telephone Busine and FA tonal, YUkon 1-1201 opportunity '
: -
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserve that each member nation to be built near readers will be as Interested In 18393960.38. of a previousyear. To Proclaim the Year of the Lord" '
should avail themselves of Lake Placid. reading a* we were.)
the right to reject any objectional) advertisement! No. 6 "The Program cf> Jesus"
THE) NEWS 'uam*. no r .pon ll>llltr for the return of untollclt4 as it is the chance of a lifetime Its sloe: to eee Trooper Dive DENAUD AND OLGA
mfcnuwrrlpu or pbotocT* h* not only for the fair TomUnsoa: back la circulation
: .
it XWi. ...ume. Co rio.ne/eoo.posAlllly/ 1 for typoTB .
from his bout with
notti.4$ but to see New York itcelf. hepatitis News-Preis:
.1!I IrVOre or In adv.rtleenuat bat Editor.
graphical: :::.ID : :D' el rrorpoccurred.: Nothing Is more educational something. Understand he I ts <> Church DfrIe
of the&d:nia mini ie whine Clewiston
1 port
,, r.olll. th t el.m.nt wople render the the eorrectl. ..alueloot. than travel and only a few of log to lie around for a couple Bully for Fort Denaud! Now t

I. the. the event N.....a will time ra4..,. the price, of the a.erUMment by an the class will have such an opportunity more week before hitting. the that they have their bridge maybe
j amount mlinl yr pere..ta.e... f tb. total .pass u the crooni [ in their I lifetime. combat road again. they will ten the citizens of CHUBCH OF JESUS CHRIST TEST BAPTIST CHURCH COM31UNFIT
eo.. or r.pr..nt. able to PRESS
Olga how they were
Hooker Point 102 E. '
it Cross my fingers foe you. Seniors Ventura Avenue t07 Royal Paint
.. A..
swing Paul Strickland Pastor Rev. Leon M. Gabmrell, Henry H. .
i that Sen. Friday. Ford
Why is it Ir
--4e- 10:00 Sunday School. Interim Pastor
: a.m.- 9.45

1 t As long as you pay them, deduct them with Dave another Pattison"major"has coma addition up lit's| History Now | state commission Paul Rogers representatives, Gov.school Bryant board county, their and 11:00 Wednesday: a.m.-:Morning Worship. 11:00 9:45 a.m.a.m.--Sunday Morning School.Service. 11:00 11:00::: a.m.-Nursel7 a.m.-Sunday a.m.MominI'l0 Schoi I\4h

t 2 in his efforts to provide Clewis 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. 6:45 p.rn.-Training Union. ish
the deductions on page governmental and civic House. I
start adding every
you ton with the best in ambulance Saturday: 8:00 p.m.-Evening Service. 6.00
: :
form don't t f forget state organization lined up solidly behind P.m.-Westminster v.1
of 1040 federal income tax (From Derision News,
your and funeral home facilities. 7:00: p.m.-Youth Meeting. Wednesday: l
I gasoline taxes. Do a little during past 11 be surprised Speakers have been Installed March 18, 1934)) them while, on the other have '7:00 p.rn.-<>U1coer* and Teachers Wednesday: ship.

'1/ at how much you paid the year. throughout the chapel which Four Negroes drowned whentheJ' hand been in the court citizens for of almost Olga two COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL Meeting. 7:30: p.n .-Cholr PrictlctST.BIAKGARErsCHmil
ran through the of
from 5 cents gallon in provide suitable music plus a gate an for HOLINESS CHURCH 8:00 p.m. Midweek Prayer
State gasoline taxes range a open draw bridge over the years trying to get Justice -
microphone which
allows Service.
Texas Kansas Missouri Illinois and Hawaii up to 8 cents- background Miami Canal at Lake Harbor. themselves? It can't be the South Clewlcton

In Alaska: Florida's tax is 7 cents. These, of course, are officiating music at while services.a ministeris Directors of the State Chamber relaitve merits of the cases. Rev. :J. R. Taylor Pastor 8:45: p.m.-CIoir Practice. Rev. Larkin
I Any economic: reason that would 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. Conao%
I added on to the 4-cents-a-gallon federal tax which Is not The equipment is portable and of Commerce visited Clew- 8.00:
latest to the in apply to Fort Denaud would be 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH a.m.-Suuday Mao;
'd: deductible. usable at cemeteries where it see development 7:00: p.m.- Sunday lye .
331 W. Osceela Arena
the Florida Everglade Alfred even more applicable to Olga. 7:45: p.m.-8unda Evangelists
I ,: A motorist who drives 10,000 miles in a year and who is crowds sometimes to hear.hard for large H. Wagg, of West Palm Beach, While the citizen of Fort De- Service. Rev. David Denslow. Pastor 7:00'7:00: a.m.-Daily WeekdqU

i 11 gets 15 miles to the gallon on his car pays between $60 --- was president naud were telling\ heart-rending! Wednesday: 9:45: a.m/ Church School. 8:00: ,a.m.-First FrIda lit!
r More than half of this is paid in 7:45: Prayer Service. 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service. p.m.-First Wedae*!
,. to $80 In gasoline taxes. Mrs. W. C Worth entertained stories of moving farm equipment p.m-
i state taxes which are deductible. As long as you pay Sunday afternoon riding and members of her bridge club. over good Hendry county' Friday: 6:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth each month,c&l
looking new homes is )Ie
them, you might as well deduct them. time a past- Among guests were Mr*. D. G. roads, the citizens of Olga could 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service. Fellowship. Ladies'ghIclety
enjoyed by lots of people. : ,
J Alston, Mrs. G. B. Thomas: tell about the ambulance: that 7:30: p.m.-Evening1 Study.
Sunday'a couple of work.log Saturday .
Mrs. L M. Pafford. Mrs. B. R.JIaD. didn't get here in time, the fir NORTI SHE MISSIONARY Thursday: :

More than an island is at stake on Cyprus at a housewives home in the decided northern to J look section Mrs. F A. MoweD )..In.A. truck that did only becauseone BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice. 9:30: a.m.-tlon.CBUBCH Rellglouj!. Iutzt|
A. Munroe and Mrs. G. C. of the firemen lives in the :304 N. Francisco Street
of dewUton b-
i reportedly
l THE VALIDITY of international contracts lithe real issue sale. Thinking the house was Poole. area and was able to assure Bro. Chester Johnson ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH

;. In Cyprua. Whatever is done to settle the current crisis vacant, they strolled around the the driver that Route 78 really Interim Pastor (Episcopal OFCBKBtSMScathCntnUraa!
there will set a precedent yard looked into some of the TWENTY YEARS AGO is a road; the businesses 9:45: a.m.-&mda School. 207 N. Pacific ': |

The island's population of about 600,000 consists of windows and punched the doorbell (From Clewiston New, that have been forced: to close 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar Earl Arnold, Minister!

about 480,000 Cypriots of Greek ancestry and 120,000 of Just in case someone was March IT, 1944)) because of the lack of a bridge; 6.30: p.m.-BTC. Sunday Services: Sunday:
home guessed it the near misses on potentiallyfatal 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist
Turkish derivation. longstanding enmity between these you BUI Wan of West Palm Beach accidents the road the 10:00: a.m-BIble School
: two factions erupted Into a bloody four-year war in 1955. there was and there stood tile announced his candidacy, 'for county' can't find on the money> to Wednesday 7:30: p.m.-Prayer: Service. 10:30: am-Family Church Service SchooL and 11:00: a.m.-Worship.
: girl with their
To settle that conflict and obtain independence for Cyp mouth open Congress, repair; automobile and truck Saints and Holy Days as an- 7:00: p.m.-Worship.

rust Archbishop Makarios, the leader of the Greeks, signed --- LL Jack Kurtz son of Mr. and repair bill, and replacement CHURCH OF GOD nounced. Wednesday:
': 1 Mrs. R. E. Kurtz, Fort Myers, of tire 15.000 mile. This, 7:30: p.n.-Midweek dtb|
.J' solemn agreements in 1959. These were incorporated In One little girl in Clewistonhas every 312 Sooth Pacific Avenue Confessions by appointment
the constitution'of Cyprus. They provide for a division of a broken heart because of well known In this area, wan Just to name a few reason why Rev. Joe Coleman and Bible Stui/!*/ f
the killed In a forced landing on we can't understand the lack: of 10:00: a.m.-8unda School.
representation government between the Greeks and some careless youngster shot HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH
the Turks. They also guarantee the right of Britain, Turkey her pony. There i La a law forbidding March 2, according to a message support from the same public 11:00: a,m.-Morning Service. Highway 720 CHURCH OF JinuAPOSTOLIC '
from the War
officials for
;' ,". and Greece to send troops to Cyprus to maintain order, if the discharge\ of firearms first World War DepartmentThe H veterans our problems. 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. Rev. Vie Turner Pastor run
the eastern end of the
in the city' limit and Wednesday: South Clewbtoa
necessary. 9:45: a.m.-8unda SchooL
1 Chief Wendell visited the American county should secede from tee 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service.
Whaley warn Bro. Luther Dlxon Pull |
Makarios, now president of the republic, wants to repudiate Legion Post They were men county' and latch onto Hendry. Friday 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship.
that :
the whole deal. His anyone caulht.boot.In. who have received medical dis 6:45: p.m.-Training Union. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday Sctot< ,
announced is to trans-
ti '. purpose a rifle or similar gun At least the public officials: in 7:30: p.m.-Younl People's En- 8.00 11:00: amPreaching.Tuesday .
: form Cyprus into a unitary state, wiping out the constitutional in the city limit will be dealt charges. that county have an Interest deavor. : p.m.-Evening Worship. ,

1' t ; protection of the Turkish minority. And he accuses with rather severely.It There were 1991 registered' in the welfare of an their taxpayers Wednesday: : MeetK!
: Britain and Turkey of "aggression" for wanting to exercise 1* a (known fact that some voters la the county said 'Sit- even those that )live! In FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p -Prayer |

t 1' their rights under the 1959 agreements and the constitution L.pervisor Hall. of Registration John the smaller communities. North Sotarland Auditorium! Friday 7:30: p.m.;Young PeopIt'lMeetln i

.1 of Cyprus. Mrs. J. W. Erotic was elected MRS. W. C ALTMAN, B. J. Goodrich Minister CLEWlSTON ASSEMBLY or ,.
J In these alms, Makarios has loud backing from the Soviet president of Mother Club. Olga. 10:00: a.m.-Bible SchooL GOD

Union which founded the school of thought that "trea- EDWARDS Ed Hamilton a Marine Ffe. 11:00: a.m.-Communion and 215 South Francisco Street
ties are like pie crusts, made to be broken." announced lILt candidacy for Worship Service. James F. Klmbrel, Pastor CALVARY BAPTISTIt1IJ

I If this view should be accepted, no international agree Plumbing Repair Congress, 8th 'district: Birthday GreetingsMarch 7:30: p.m.-Communion: and Sunday: South Oewistoi
ment anywhere would be worth the paper It's written on. Replacements.Installations. G. H. Small and Hulbert Pal 19-Mrs. LonnIe Ford Worship Service. 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. Rev. Herb Hindoo Schod. |
Specific applications would be the treaty between the Unit land entered the Hendry county Norma Crofoot Dr. H. W. Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.Morning Worship. 9:45: a.m.-8unday Sente
7:30 a.m.-Worship
: p.m.-Bible 11:00 11:00:
ed States and eherlff race making It a : a.m.-Children'a Church.
; governing the building and opera Shupe, Ralph Ford. TniiH
lion of the Panama Canal Trouble Shooting kay event with M. M. McCaU. March 20 7:30: p.m.Evangelistic Servic.Wedne.da 7:00: p.n -Baptist
and the U.S. treaty with Cuba Mrs. J. T. Suggs. JElIOV AD'S WITNESSES Union.
for the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo. "Septic Tank A and Incumbent Bill Maddox. Molly Mullins. ,: Servta!
Kingdom HaU-417 W. El Paso 7:45: p.m.-Christ's Ambassad 8.00: p.m.-Worship
I : Let no one misunderstand what's at stake In Cyprus. Specialtif March 21 O. W. Giddens R. Osborn ors. Tuesday:
) TEN TEARS AGO James R. Hall.
j I If a: nation's leaders can promise anything to get what Call YU 2-6711 (From Clewiston NewsL March 22-SteIla !Bell, Roberta Sunday Watchtower: Study Thursday: 8:00 p.m.-Brotherhood,.
: they want, then welsh on their pledges the rule 4:15: p.m.Tuesday. 7:30 Wednesday: '
of law on 325 B. Ventura March 19, 1954)) Keller Jeffrey Nash, Het- : p.m.-Prayer and Bible
: the International scene has been abolished-Miami Herald. The Game and ,Fresh Water tie Spires, Polly McLendon,John Bible Study 8.00: p.m. Study. 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Fred |
i- Fish Commission tested electricity Vest Thursday MlnlstrJ'SchooI.: 7:30: ) Friday: Thursday:

1 : .* a means of killing off March -Mildred Wheeler, p.m. 4:00: p.m.-Royal Rangers for 8.00: p.m.-Cholr PracH
I Meeting 8:30:
rough fish In Florida water, Dorothy PoateU. Fred Young. p.m. Boys.
The Garden dub't two-day March 24 Laura Goedhart. This
Flower Show at Sugarland]I Auditorium Bill Toulto Rachel Minor HoUi, Weekly Church Feature Is ponsoied By The Following:

used the theme "Bio- Sallie Townsend, Jennings Ezelle. -
I ; aom Time in Sugarland." Central Hendry County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's Inc. a

: i POLHILLFor exhibit was a reproduction' March 25-Jack Davis Mr. Motors 81
of an early day cane mill. Gene Prandl, Janice Fry Mary STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department
Beta Sigma Phi sorority' member Helen Tomlinaon, John B. Boy, Phone 2-8501
entertained their husbands Earl Tomllnson. Clewiston F-JeraJ
Kelly Tractor Co. Giddens
at a barbecue at the Elks Club! March 26 Dave Pattison Furniture ASSl
Saturday evening. Among those Evelyn Young. Phone 28501Pridgen SAVINGS & LOAM |

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rack teammpeteS Mens Slow-Pitch Clcwlston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three
Softball League Thursday; March 111, 1894 Section One I

Everyone Softball interested should sign in up payIng as- WE ARE PROUD to haveELECTED

in lOOn as possible so you will be
sure to jet on a team. The SPuhf nwAAll
league will start April e and
end by the last of May, which i
means each team entered will BEEN
Play about 14 games plus a

ells Glade playoff To sign series up jet in .touch with eyes on Sebring Saturdayfor

c Woody Carruthers Department at the Recreation to make and install the drapes at the First Bank of Clewiston. !
Lston High School make and discus throw, Lindsay and 3-2171. or call YU 12-hour Alitalia trophy race
K full scale assault Angel
We anyone not Interested! In
tack competition tonight are totally Inexperienced:
Ke Glade In a dual meetbelle in high lumping and pole vaulting playing but would like to umpire SEEKING, Fla.-The automobile man Llnge. Germany; John Our bid was selected as the LOWEST and BEST bid, a tribute to our
Glade and Pahohee. Baker aakL Victor Allison! the games at S3 per game racing' stable of the young Sundaes and Mike !Parkes, England new and modern drapery department.We .
Baker is the track and Gann will enter the high call the Uecreation! Departmentat and popular Texas millionaire ; Lorenzi Bandlni, Italy; and
Bob the above number, sportsman, John :Mecom, Jr., Joachim Bonnier, Switzerland.
Rodney Booker, recently installed two new machines, built exclusively for the man
fare really ready for Frankie Robertson and Mazzlna will make a major bid for victory These men will be at the
ltitloassyetbutlleelweRxjld not will enter pole vaulting com- in the 14th running. of the wheels of Ferraris, winner of ufacture of custom draperies. ,
Bowlingnews Scoring 12 hour Endurance six: of the last eight Sebrlng "
our said.own TUs!In la track the petition. Baker concluded Race on Saturday, March 21, race, Porsches, Jaguars, Alfa We are now in a position to offer you the finest custom drape possible
L All of Clewiston
Baker field events and and track meet with three super-performance Romeos, and a host of other renowned at the unbelievable LOW PRICE. We only ask for a chance to demonstrateour
ar for are away the team will .
build from the Corvette "bomba. racing machinery.The ; MEET and BEAT all .
e having to journey to LaBelle for their ability to competition.We
Sebrlng l- Endurance
To handle his powerful Detroit
knowledge and exioe : -
and second meet on March
n comet clew. Ladies of Lake iron, Mecom: ha named A Race la worth much :more stand ready to servo. you call us today. Stop by the bank and
than the to the winner.It .
J. Foyt, Houston, Augle Pabst, money
er will use the following Sports Shop ..- 72 36 Milwaukee, and John Cannon, is the only race in the U. S. see the NEW LOOK I
n track Old South Bar-&Q 6634 4145 Montreal, as his No. 1 drivers, that carries high points for the
yard dash, Bo Lindsay.Mazzlna Tiger diamond U. S. S. C. __ 5934 4845 with their partner yet to be manufacturers' world championship Florene, our decorator will call with samples at your convenience no
and Al Morrell. Canebrake __. 4834 5934 chosen. These are three top in both GT and prototype obligation.
yard dash, Lindsay and team takes lumps Baldree' ._. 41 60 Corvette handler, and In Foyt, classes.
Wilson Lumber ._. The starting field originallywas
na 47 11 Mecom hat a man many regardas .
yard run, Dick Camp- P.rkiMon' ._. 4534 6245 one of three or four best all- limited! to 65 cars, but the
nd Bill Farrar. Coach Ernie HUl'i Tiger baseball Hare Lumber ._ 45 83 round drivers in the world. flood of entries forced Alec Call Us Today YU 2-5831
yard run, Frankie Robert. team swallowed two bitter High Scratch Souses The hard-charging! Foyt seems Ulmann, race director, to Increase
nd George Ateclda. pits Friday and Saturday of Game Series to be at home in any type ma this to 70.
i run Gary Redish. Gays last week aa the Sebrlng Blue Polly McLendon ._ 181 470 chine., He won the Indianapolis Practice starts on the demanding -
Rackstraw, Tommy Mann. Streaks plastered them 14-0 and Dora Belcher _. 462 500 in a Speedway car, he races 5.2 mile road course on
yard high hurdle and 180 Fort Myera Green Wave shut Lola Richmond 4S2 with the best in the big fast Wednesday, March 18th. VAN COTHERN'SI
]low hurdles, Dennis Gann. them out 30. Nell dawson 181 stocks: and only last month .be The big race will have a !
rabers of :the relay team Sebrlng la not that much bet.ter Laura DormanBernlce 181 won the American Challenge double curtaln-falser on Fri I
le: Gann Al Morrell Doug than ua we Just couldn't Chritenaen_ 166 Cup at Daytona in a Scarab day, March 20th. There will be i
t Doug Angel, Lindsay, do anything right Hill aaid. The Laura High Handicap Scores Earlier, in December, he swept a 250 KM International stockcar CUSTOM FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY
ina, Redbh Lynn, Weaver, Blue Streak field a strong baseball Dorman 223 90S the major race of Bahamas race on the full Sebrlng
u, Campbell. team each Bernice Christiansen _,232 584 Speed Week In Nassau in the course followked by 100 KM and
>ad Jump Al Morrell, Maz exception. The year Tigers and this were laCo Nell dawson _? 226 580 same Scarab.. 200 KM motorcycle race for 125. 514 Sugarland Highway Clewiston Florida I io

Gann and Rudd; Shot put held hitless and committed! numerous HAPPY Xn LEAGUE Foyt has no liking for second 250 cc and. 350-750 cc bikes, respectively.

mlscues to aid in their Team standings: place, either at the start or the
downfall Glades ___ finish of a race. He races with _
Restaurant 54 46P0t8ahn1ck..Badgett __ ___ __ _
but one ntentlms-.to get outfrdnt 'm 'Mo.'H 'Ito. 'Ito. --- C
iSHINFo1 achlager Saturday limited night the Bonnie Tigers Well-to Dan's Dragline Service. 49 52 38 Si and stay there a* long aa :t ..ti.ita1t I:1 : "

three hits and won a pitching A&W Root Beer ?........, 45 55 his machine holds out. Pabst ii.1t
and Cannon two of NorthAmerica'
ON duel with Al Morrell. The Wave IlUh Handicap Scores

got fourth all three inning of their on three run hit lathe Frances Carlin ._Game*,. 204 Series 565 ers, with* best long sport experience car driv on : THRIFTY DRUG'SEaster
track of the U. S. and Europe.. : :
Guides Gas Ice and a misjudged. fly ball. Helen Kiste ???????., 203 .._
q Tackle Supplies Ron Fletcher. Mike Mazzlna Jenny Hendry ,.M ,._ 558 The Corvette, along with the
and Mike Fletcher Wilma Busick ,,..,.,,..> 197 Shelby Ford Cobras, constitutethe
Johnson's tor the safely Bobbl Swindle __ 551 major threat to the stranglehold *
TlgervThe HUh Scratch Score the European car have
""Fishing Camp Tiger!. will play Frost Frances Carlin 187 514 had at Sebrlng SALE
t 1 Gewlston Flo. proof here on the 20th for their Helen Kiste -.,.,, ,,,.. 172 44? They'll have to be at their I
third Ridge Conference game. Mary Evans 159 423 best to gain Victory Lane, for
this year's field at Scoring la
loaded with Europe's top. GT
and prototype cars. And behind
V. S. S. Oewiston, 64 points; their wheel will be the Con- I Don't ForgetTHRIFTY Maalox
64 MERCURY? Trestle, 59 points; Okeelanta tinent' ace drivers. Among the i
Sugar, 54; W. T. Grant. 53; U. celebrated drivers who will roar Large ,
S. S. c., Bryant, 51; WOWY, 49. off at 10 '.m. on Saturday, I a
Vandergtift & Williams Farms, March 21, are three former : \\ffi $1.29
35 points; Belle Glade Herald, champion, Jack Brabham, Graham -
:34 points. Hill and Phil 1101. ; Frenchmen E R #
Has the
I .
'I\t largest
High Team Set-U. S. S. C., Joe Schlesser and Jean i
dewteton. 2547. Gulchet; Edgar Barth and Her- 100 SizeAnacin
High Team Came-U. S. S. C. p V lection ofCosmetic

Clewiston. 917. ;: ; m,
5611.High Ind Set-Ronnie Fallls, Archery tournament Look A. :. It Reg. 11.25

MAXIMUM LUXURY I PERFORMANCE STAR High Ind. Game.-Curv Martin in SW FJa.Hair .
AT A I OF THE: MEDIUMJ. 219. invites the publicThe rhlS 990

., MEDIUM; PRICE! PRICE FIELD! 4S 500 Set and/or Game-Ralph dewiston Archery Club I BUll
Johnson, 563,208; Robert Creech will hold a tournament for its ,Mi .
518; Younge Creech.' 538; Wilbur members on Saturday March 21 _}'
Mlncey, 510; Marvin Van- at :2 p.m. at the Fair Grounds mot Spray 100 ,Bayer
dergrift 511; Edward Jernlgan, in Clewiston.. The shoot to open
501 Clarence Throop 552 211 BUNNY 990Perfume AspirinII
; ; to the public and spectators
It It
Hendry County Motors, Inc. John Hill 510; Ronnie Facts, will be welcome Reg. 79e
569, 218; Bob Goedhart, SCI; Ircel Knedler, first place
MI E. Sogarland Hwy. deviated Harry Vaughn 509; Gardy Wat trophy winner of the Fall tournament $3 $2.00 59*
204 Curv Martin 533, 219 .
ers ; ; win have UM competition : ft'8 '
Bob Pearce, 517, 216. for his lofty position Sat- My Sin Arpege Limit :2
urday.' I
2f''Feet $2.50.
The shoot will consist of three Tat r .
rounds at each po/aki4-30. 4 '
40, and 50 yards. A round consists 1M Easter Head Scarfs
of alx shot, thus each
archer will try to score his BUNNY Esquire
STEAK highest with 54 arrows.. 590


Easter Egg $198' .

HUNGRYChef Hunt planned Hair Dryer

to match your dress Keg. $19.95
Kldsl Plans are being made '
for the annual Easier: Egg hunt I $11.95"
sponsored by the Rotary Club $1.00Beautiful
Ernest McCray in cooperation with the Oewls-
ton Recreation Department.This .
r year the city-wide hunt I
will fall on Saturday, March 28, 1. t
is ready to broil for YOU and will be at the fairground Selection of' Thrifty Tissue,

and cycle race track. Reg. 35c UII
An area will b*designated for

f A Selected, Top Grade, US Choice toddler grades first, preschoolers through the, and third.for All Sizes and Shapes CERAMICS 240 n

About 2,000 eggs will be hid Including Bunnies and Ducks
prize eggs, so make !! SWANS"SHELLS
; plan now to attend and maybe
:NewYorkCut you win be lucky; and find a

prize egg. I- Ice Cube Trays

Easter Baskets

( 1)/lil4bI'lrom/ Noon f for those who earn wait until 6 PJf.) qualifying today I $1.29-$2.98_ -
This year for.the first time,
each week
HRIFTY will give -
auto racing enthusiasts win be away

...... ,,Served" in, our: dining, room of able pre-race to see one activities of the.highlights, quail.) AI' Little Pins Chicken Eggs -- \ wonderful gift,- Just top, and regis- ffj|

M+.1-i V", tying trial
I J" ( every day ': The arting position in the Birds ter drawing.each Saturday 2 P.M. : '
,. March Slat 12-hour Grand Prix
of Endurance wm be determined
.. I
this afternoon March 1> by

PLAN NOW Enjoy Dining Out eH Cectrie of:the 75 timing ears entered.clocks will Whitman's Candy Ideal e.g.

record the fastest speed of each Gift for Easter '- .
car and the battle for front fir

fought.starting ..spots Speed will weB be la excess:hard) E A S T E R ,,,, .

THE INN of 100 miles per hour win be Just Received Large'Selection j,

CUtflSTON necessary to secure a valued. Ladies C1-1 R Q S i
front starting position. Hand Bags _________ $2.98 ,
Speed follower) may ,enjoy
this) afternoon of an out action 'Children's
and stay for the mandatory Hand Bags ______ By HALLMARKa

gewiaton Florida Telephone_YU 2-3501' night jcactlce to follow for the,,
J price of 14.00 for both phases of
the International racing: com

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Frank L. Douglas, a member' of the U. S. In which
Mills, J. H. elementary
Four THE ,CLEWISTON NEWS Clewliton, Ha. Julia Head groupat Polhlll, R. I* Adams County Air Force, expects an assignment ( teacher are belnt
Thursday March 19, 1964 Section OM Agent Ted Gallo, Campbell to Turkey in early sum ''the "new maUl"I I 1
Mrs. Nail'sMrs. E. Nall, and Mrs. Beryl Bow- mer. vine, West Palm Dealt
sus Fort Lauderdale III

w i ia Annie Nail was hostess den.Mrs Evelyn Nash, Miss Evelyn Off Campus Classes The Institute

l4 Tuesday to the members of the Lee Mrs. Catherine Brown, Enrollment In three large off courses in also "
Julia Head Circle of the First Mrs. Anna Mae Jones and Miss campus courses of Florida's Institute there has been many fig lilt

I NEWSSorority { Baptist Church.Following Marjorie Daughtrey formed a for Continuing University enrollment in science gain .k tt
\ ,4 the business meeting group from Clewlston Business Students total 673, reports tog, business adng ellCUlet.

M "I > program discussions Ed were and Professional Women's Club, the Institute. These are classes id math for teachers
given by Mesdames Tay attending meeting of the Belle

Oft I lor, Belle Bryan, Gussl Foy Glade Club Monday evening. ...........
f .Ev A. R. Torbert Louis McElroyand .
Mrs. Hazel Miles returned last New Location
nature using slidesof Yeadle Vowell.Refreshments
t a program
,v. week from Holland, Ohio, where
members rare birds and scenic spotsin of coffee and
Montana, Yellowstone National ", cookies 'were served to the following she has spent a few months. SEWING MACHINE CENTER
Park, etc Mrs. J. E. members: Mesdames J. Meeting! her plane in Miami
elect officers Spooner, Jr., was hostess. e \. #:;: H. Bible, Taylor, Bryan, Foy, were Mrs. G. N. Pltzen and 125 Ave A next to Kath's,Dept. Store, Belle( Glad

The chapter made tentative M e : Torbert, Etta Leiter, Vowel Mrs Jennie Toulis. Phone WY 6-3260
f! plans for the Founders Day .. McElroy, Ross LaByer and Mrs. Ruth Perkey of Pittsburgh -
Members of :Beta Sigma Phi program, which win Include. the Nall. Pa., is the guest of her New and UseoSewing!
Sorority (Beta PI chapter) : ,
ritual,.of jewels and the Installation J; if I 'brother, J. E. Frierson, and
elected Mrs. Michael Mfflicevlc of officers. { :' ., Mrs. Frlerson. repair all makes and carry all parts for sewing a,
president at "their meeting! on Easter weekendis chines. *
Attending, in addition to those Mrs R. D. Miller of Elysia,
St. Patrick's Day in their new 1JJ We have the largest selection of used Sewing Macbinea
r chapter room of !the Elks Ledge already named were Mrs. Free- '. schoolholidayEaster Minn., Is visiting her brothers Florida. 100 to choose from.Ray's II
man Hodges Jr., Mrs Harold 'afr .. and sisters, and their families,
Other officers elected were Estep, Mrs. Jack RedIsh, Mrs. \ ....AI Mr. and Mrs A. IL King, Mr.
Mrs. Richard taker, vice president / brings a long weekendto
Frank Gentry Mrs Win. A. r" and Mrs Dean King, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Herring, Hendry county school teacher
; Baker, Mrs. Luther Davis, Mrs. Mrs. C. O. Benbow, Clewlston
treasurer Mrs. Fred Mottley, 'P and pupils Good Friday and
; Robert Bass Mrs. Woody Car- '" ; and Mr. and Mrs Alfred Lamou-
recording secretary Mrs. John A i Easter Monday will be observed
; fJ
ruthers, Mrs. Kenneth Walker I.... 'it crux Belle Glade. A retired
Black, ss holidays. BakelNOW
corresponding; secretary '
; and Mrs J. Fred Baker, Sr r' e t school teacher, Mrs. Miller is
Mrs Robert McCoUey. civil defense 1 Classes 'will be dismissed on
on a plane trip which has taken
officer; Mrs. Van Cotti- Thursday afternoon March: 28
her to California and to New
ern( Jr., extension officer. + 4'MRS. and will reconvene on Tuesday
j. Orleans to visit her sons. She
Mrs. Robert Adams presented Exemplar chapter morning March 31. returns to :Minnesota! from Clew.

MVRIE\ BOWDEN, right past president of the Florida Stars and Rainbows lston.Mr. OPEN {e".
and Mrs. Fred Hughes
; Wj Federation or Business and Professional Women's Clubs, and
and children, Mike, and Chris
hears Mrs. NellisMrs.
Mrs. Harriet Zauel, president of the Clewlston Club at the ;
of Charlolotte in decorated
meet on Monday N. C. and his Specializing ,
annual Bosses Night Dinner of the local croup. Mrs. Bowdenwas -
t parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Wed. Thurs. Fri. Elizabeth Nellis, mental guest speaker.-STAFF PHOTO. Sugarland Chapter, Order of Hughes Rocklngham, N. C. cakes for all occasions aJJ ,

lI". One Mar. 18.19.20. health worker for Hendry. Eastern Star will hold a regular have returned to their homes ,'.. 4'J1"t.4!
Showing Only 8 P.M. .
"THE VICTORS" Glades and Highlands counties, Booth committee reported that meeting at 8 o'clock Monday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.; T
r Six Exciting Woman was guest speaker at a meeting Salad Cookbook the FHA booth, "It's a Baby's evening' March 23 at the Masonic A. H. King Mrs. Fred Hughes Fresh pastry dough. r1
) In an Upl08lwdrama.. of XI Delta Pi chapter of Beta World") won a blue ribbon, Hail.Preceding is ithe former Mary Jean King. nuts bread 'Jt"L.J,
Sigma; Phi held Wednesday, which is a first place In he this meeting, the
Mr. and Mrs. Prid-
%} DOUBLE Sat Mar.FEATURE 21 March Durrence.Mrs. 11, at the. home of Mrs. offered by FHAFuture Hendry County Fair competition. ,. Rainbow Girls will present an gen spent last weekend Harvey in Albany Phone YU 2-5101 next door 10 Lomn'l FIo1ftn I

,, Walt Disney's Foy Those working on the Easter program of music: starting Ga.. visiting their son. E. Sacarland RW7.rEIl.B .
"N10K": Nellis' subject was Homemakers of America booth were Sandra Brasher, 'at 730.: They will form a Douglas Prldgen and family.
"THE GIANT" "Thinking: and the Thought Anita Carlin, Debbie, Pearcy, cross around the altar using!
of the
r ROCK HUDSON Processes." She closed the pro- planned delivery Donna Radish and their advisor, their retiring! march. Parents of
4 ELIZABETH TAYLOR Cram with some exercises' in 1964 cookbooks: "Favorite Recipes Mrs Jackie Gentry. Rainbow Girls are invited to attend
of Economics!: Teacher.
Sun. :Mon. Tues. thought in which members par ." containing Home Salad recipes: Eight FHA girls will serve at. this. with the girls.
Mar. 22 23 24 ticipated. Mrs. Madge Taylor, Grand
die Future Farmers banquet,
when met evening
they Tuesday
DOUBLE FEATURE Following the business meet- in the Home EC and plans: were made for this Instructor of District: 18, will
: room
"BALLAD OF A make an official visit to Sug
I ing Mrs. Durrence served refreshments event.
GUNFIGHTEK"A of sherbet and cook The cookbook Is an annual arland chapter at the 8 p.m.
new FLovIlR
of outdoor
,torjr."SCMMCtt lea to attending members: Mrs. project; previous editions have meeting.!
Vera Mills, Mrs. Eugene Hough, specialized in meals, and the Episcopals seek

bi ; FtAClC" Mrs, Jobnit Jackson, Mrs. Joe 1963 edition featured desserts.
FRANCIS DEB Sexton, Mrs. Douglas> Ellis, Homemakers will find la the three million
TROY DONAHUE I Mrs. George Coleman, Mrs. 1964 salad edition the most com. .
To thrill you again. Abner Vann, Mrs. Art Lawrenceand plete collection of salad recIpes Responding to the anticipated .
Mrs. John Drake. ever printed. It contains 50 per cent gain in populationof
more than 2,000 tested recipes, the State of Florida, the Rt. I Potted blooming plants I t bring
t t suitable for everyday meals as Rev. Henry I. LouttIt, Bishop of
.. well ..s creative and gourmet the Episcopal Diocese of South
attractions. The cookbooks make. Florida, Issued a Pastoral letter PERSONALS pleasure at Easter and for weeksto
excellent gift for weddings, to be read in every Episcopal ,
e showers, or) graduation. Information Church in the Diocese before
1 may be obtained from Easter. In It, be spoke of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jay of come
f RW any FHA member or from Mrs. the responsibility of Christians)
: Toronto were ,guest of Mrs.
: Jackie Gentry, home economies to be involved in three areas of this week .
Ann GtotfeJty en- -
teacher. need the aging higher education -
; Order for
and route to Miami visit his uncle now potted:
population expansion.
Tuesday evening the FairI R. S. Donaldson former ,
,;.a Bishop Louttlt outlined the dewlston. residentMr.
program being undertaken by and Mrs. H. D. Strickler Azaleas Hydrangeas Roses
the Episcopal Church to meet have moved to Clewlston from
.l' these needs. He bald, we must\ their former home in Eustis, Chrysanthemums Easter Lilies ,and others
'at once raise a minimum of J and are residing in SugarlandPark.
:. by million dollars, recognizing. that Mrs. Strickler is a sister Arrangements and custom made.
} CONNIEIn this represents only the urgent of Mrs. Anne Clotfelty and hat corsages
minimal needs of the present. often visited in Clewlston.Mr.
r i LASTcount The whole work of the Church and Mrs. Leon Riley of

-<<, '; I in South Florida involves' the Breckenridge: :Mo., !who are
giving of large sums of money, wintering in St. Petersburg, Fl LOVVORN'SFLOWERS

'( 1, scuff resistant patina (hi-gloss) larger,thought possible.than" we heretofore spent Mrs. the W.weekend W. Sage.with The Mr. and two 01

couples made a trip! to Cape
or soft marshmallow leather j Kennedy on Sunday, and called by WIRE
cut !
wry o ywJ at the borne of the Sages' son- ANYWHEREIN
: in-law and daughter, T. Sgt and THE WORLDClewiston
Abner H.
I $9.99 Mrs. E. E. Allen and family at

.4 Vann 'Patients admitted Neco1ts.. Patrick AFB. Phone YU 2-2171

PATINA in red pink, yellow bone .and white Flores, John Howard Fletcher Charlie R. Young of Hull Ca.'
Ph. Walter H. Wyse, Jr.. Sidney visited friends In dewiston on
)w MARSHMALLOW in red, pink bone, blue,
Monday 'while on business trip
YU 2-5971 Crochet: Carolyn Clinton, BillyWUliford
?t brown, white blackPARKINSON'S Anita Parrish, Men: in he area.
cedes Martinez, Annetta Wood Mr. and Mrs. James Rudd
I' STATE FARM Joe A. Jones, Francisco Menses and Arthur Rudd visited. friendsin
l-* I Stag.Matt SOTM. CMS* ( f Carl Scoggln, Mrs. W. R. Sebastian last weekend, going EILECTDYESS
t. fur Wdi WaYi!*Mrlsi. Wimberly Viola null Earl by Okeechobee :to leave the

t-- Cochran, Bonnie Hester,Thelma children for a visit with their
Willis, Curtis Adams, Jack grandmother, Mrs. Naomi Carver

: Langdale. Phyllis Bailey, Eddie EARLS.
i. Roberts. Floyd Andrews and W. H.
Patients remaining George Adams made a business trip! by
Dark, Edward Dean, Herman plane to Pittsburgh Pa., last
Peterson, Carl Scoggln, Eddie week. .

Roberts, John Fletcher WalterH. Mrs. Floyd Andrews and her .
jt&I Wyse, Jr., Mrs. W. R. Wlnv daughter, Mrs. Norman Austin
berly, Annetta Wood Jack
of South Bay were in West
Langdale Viola Hull, Thelma .
Palm Beach on Monday.The
Willis, Phyllis Bailey.. Curtis '
Adams A. Jones, families of Ken Walker
Joe Marjorie
Smith, Teresa Edwards.Mr. and Dave Tomllnson enjoyed a
day at Fort Myers Beach on A native of
r..aid I
aowa ,
I i and Mrs. W. O. Base bat the Clewlston residents &i cooperation
as their guests this week her attending the Open House County with all
brothers, Arthur Sargent ants of the dip Mill and Woods ,,
(, Phillip Sargent and their wives Products Inc., at Keri Saturday who devotes 4 our youth

- DAUPHINE by L'Aiglon of Concord N. H., and Mr. and were Mr. and Mrs. R. -C. fulltimecountywide o
Mrs. Stanley Flagg of Melrose,, Howling' Wm. C. Boswell. Mr. ; in guiding

:Mass and Mrs Karl Malston E C. them into
Stacey >
to the lawabidingarid

Serbin Nelly Don P ? and arid upright

J regular and petite Plan NOW to attend the (duties of citizens.

; Harmony Fashions {half sizes) rI this office.

I made in Florida. p Belle Glade JC' 11th annual

i I Ii Harvest Queen Contest .

.IIpT' : .

xl:.. ((Belle:Glade High School Gym) CLEAN, HONEST LAW ENFORCEMENT' r

i .;....- ".

Thioktt $ _." .. and f'the ., -

,i Bags, hats, gloves, jewelry, *' Harvest Queen 'Ball YOUR
: ; ; -: _
k f to accessorize your costume "
(Belle GUcU Armory' ). .,
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R Remember gift from the To ggery Shop means more. ; ; ;

: ) I ,(' Saturday, fAarch 21 _SHERIFF

\ i THE TOGGERY'SHOP: Belle Glade, 'Fla. (Political adveru-.. po -
by ,
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... Dyes., camp algv treasurer)
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deer, alligator, otter and coon (tewlston: Fla THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five j
hider II well a. bird plume, Thursday, March II, 1964 Section One
New before conservation laws prevented --
Treads) this. I

You most likely ask, :the same '>,
APPLIED ON I'I a* I, "How did Billy become:
such a great hunter" He was avery
COMPLETE SET OF: keen observer one of I
Florida's greatest SemInole naturalists -
[TUBELESS WHITEWALLS learning the ways,
movements and actions of the ,
1 r rI tnlmals and birds as that was 1 1I
SIZE' the sources of his income
NY Billy's success and fame asa
great hunter became knownin
4949 the early era throughout I
4 South Florida The great rail
FOR road magnates Flagler and fjIn
tradeIntires Plant hired Billy as a guide to I I t
1 1 hunting parties. lIe was a friendto I
A early authors and writers in

Dr J. A. Hansel 1878 to 1884.
hjnted and fished in Florida
Our Nets Triad UmRfltd hg with Billy; Chas B. Corey,
: MtdaUum and*Aop mart, art
hunted and fished in Florida
MONTH 1.Af.Imt dd cl. fa woricm.it. during 1896 with the future
ad Nanrd .Rref IM"tali during* 4q( patriarch; Semlnoles of Flori
)} lnxantu i id Ler.tmi eamat rodusrdsh da" a book by Minnie More Wilson Florida. .
t.p.h h Pm Ctw ) In 1896 was written around; -
Re.r ear rad UM la far wrydiy 13 monih pu. Billy Bowlegs< III. as he gave
.R..r.omnta and Irrd pnmtad, on u*an print trMd her used.most of the historical data after bowling, beer is a naturalAfter
currant it Urn. ot .dnu.4rmp
Early pictures of Billy are
M you've bowled a game or two,or when you're winding up
shown In the WUson book
FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK the evening at the neighborhood bowling center,it'i good to relax
Billy Bowlegs (Ca -hat.co)
with friends and compare scores.What better way to add to the
Snake Clan, family, Is known
sport and the sociablcncss than with a refreshing glass of beer?
among the Seminoles of Florida -
: as the Royal Blood of the However you\ take your fun-beer always makes a welcome
ord -ShellService the
Seminoles This Clan has furnished addition to party
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all of the overall, or Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BILLY BOWLEGS from J. Rudce. Albert DeVane, long time friend of Head Chiefs, since the Tribe'smigration we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoybeer
garland Hwy. Phone YU 2.2861 trndon B. Johnson, President of the United Billy's reads the card to him. Refer Weeks, Into :Florida In the and ale,if we so desire,is just one,but an Important.one,-of.
States. The card was presented to the lOa master ef ceremonies at the celebration Is 17201. those personal freedoms.
ii" IIII "ilII lll" *"ll "illlIIIIIII i1"aiiiiiWiiiMaiiiii B liiBaiiii sjjsjsl year old Seminole Indian at the Chilo Nltka showa In the back fround.-STAFF PHOTO. The first chief of the Semin- "

Festival-Rodee In Moore Haven .by William oleo) was named Seacoffee, a In Florida...beer goes with fun, with relaxation :
sub-chief of the Snake dan who @ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION I
For Easter broke away from the Creek Nation '.0.10117) wuau PARK,noIIDA. I
Seminole Billy Bowlegs stills in Georgia With his band,
(Continued on Page 8))< \


.1 ry., colorful at 102 years
One of the most colorful. Interesting Mr. DeVane has written the to sites of BQJy's childhood and
.W and best known Seminole following sketch: of Billy BoW- hunting expeditions. he recited. TO MR. AND MRS. HENDRY COUNTY:
Indians is 102-year old legs' life, and has given per- stories of his childhood experiences
Billy Bowlegs, III. of Brighton, mission for it to be published .
Nunnally's and Fang- who has the respect and admiration in this paper: One such trip by Jeep Station
A4; of hosts of Florida resi Billy Bowlegs, III Patriarch wagon/ through the cabbage i
burn's CANDIES in dents. Unfailingly courteous and of the Semlnoles, was born In hammock took us to the exact
cooperative the Seminole Patriarch Highlands County, on a point of Spot where he killed his first MY HUMBLE APPRECIATION to r rl \
Easter wrappings readily responds to 1nv1tatloM Umber reaching to the east deer come 91 years ago, when '
to appear at celebrations bank of Arbuckle Creek, on he was eleven. Eligible for inclusion you for permitting me to serve you for .'
festivities, or other gatherings February 17, 1862, in a site In Rlpley's "Believe It, I \'
SOFTand CUDDLY 490 tO $2.35 He has been Introducedtto about three .miles from the or Not" Is the fact that this site another term a* your County Commissioner '
A the notables of the nation on Creek' entrance into Lake IiIs only about four miles from
their visits to the state, and tokpoga, now known as the where Billy now lives. l District 5.
they have been touched by his Loretta SettlementThe The recitations lo me of his :
J kindness and dignity and have writer has known\ Billy experiences have been most exciting I
recognized him of the
as one for than 40 and thrilling Throughout I'
Bowlegs! more years
true aristocrats of the Semi- I shall endeavor to fulfill the trust I
our earliest friendship covering his life Billy has been known to
noles. the period 'when both of us were traders and merchants ai a
$$2.00 to $4.59Cosmetic Albert DeVane much ,to who Florida has contributed history more active. During many visits great hunter; they bought hU you have placed in me, and to work for .

through his research and \
his painstaking study of the a progressive Hendry County.GRATTON .
Semlnoles and early settlers, C .' '. 1 1a
has lived In Lake Placid for .
I Gifts '
I more than 40 years He has be- -
j come a close friend of Billy
t'omphte line of Rev i Bowlegs and often visits him at H. GEORGE 1
in and other favorite his "amp" of chlckees at

brands. Brighton.Recently DeVane took his old I

friend to Fort Pierce, for recognition (Political advertisement paid by G. H. George)
at the annual Sandy Lj $
I EMPTY BASKETS FILLED BASKETS Shoes Festival, and also to jjI
Moore Haven for chain Nltka,
391 to 69f
491 to $2.29ugarland where the accompanying photographs -
were photographer of this newspaper.
Billy Bowlegs has never missed

Pharmacy the Moore many annual friends.Haven,Chato where Nitka he has at NOW OPEN for business :

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r. (In Espenlaub Building on Industrial canal)
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I 1r -" I f 1:i Complete front end repairs

g li Wheel wheel I
aligning, balancing
; .11 "Brake service I

Fashions for spring into summer 1', Motor tune up & general repairs "a ;

fA '

URLEE suits in year round MORE THAN A CENTURY OF LIFE Is reflected la the #' TIRE REPAIR 990A "

serene countenance ef Billy Besiege, III, as he observe the,
eight for Florida crowds at the Chale Nllka featlvltles In Moore Haven. The
dimity and kindliness ef this venerable 102-year eld Semiaole few of our '
dacron and wool blend that holds its has endeared him to countless friends. Staff Photo.
nape, sheds wrinkles .:. Opening Specials o jwpy .

-- 4' Recaps: (black) :

QUICK 640x15 $8.88 ;.

k! $5500d I -J 750x14 800x14 6.70x15 $8.88$8.88$8.88 1 DRIVING COSTS .,j ;

(All prices plus tax and 4 .: I
recappable'' tire) I .e
w I
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:; To introduce our new shop and services we offer ) '

k FREE this combination job, for two weeks only: 1 j

r Wheel alignment I
,, .' I
Brakes checked &
We will cross switch t .

Brake fluid added !it-itall
R: \ tires free of charge to t
.J visitors who come Wheel bearings repacked : ', ,

to see our shop daring Front tires balanced r
r ,

the next two weeks. All for $8.88 I

White dress shirt, short sleeves :: fODOE WIGGINS, owner '

65% dacron.35% cOlton 'I f .

$3.98- .' f1ARKINSON'S Clewistori. Tire & Recap Co

S49 E. Sugarland 1 "1'. Phone' YU'32321Irestone J


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b. obtained
Bpaclflcatloiu may
Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS OewUton, JTa. have to atop Joking when a wom- by eligible Oneral Contractors
Fuller's FolliesBy driver suddenly dangles: her JAMES: It. HARTLEY, ARCHITECT """
Roofing Co. Thursday :March 19. 1964 Section One an window. Therewon't from : 190 Harrison Street, Ship AforeSpend Less
of her
AO Typeset Roof and arm out Hollywood, Florida or the of-
Sheet Metal Work AL FULLERAt be any more fun trying to tie. of the Superintendent of, Your Dollars Go

New Construction or guess whether she's airing out Labelle Public ,Instruction Horldo.. A CourthouM deposit of Farther Rea
dead four
Repair Jobs One injuredin our club luncheon lastweek her diamond, drying her nail 160.OU la- required for each tint on ExpressPhone
a Safety, Officer of the polish, dropping a cigarette butt, act of Issued Drawing to and each Specifications Oenernl. YU 2-2141 For Pick up & Delivery
Phone 2.7111Day Highway Patrol save an excel or maybe even intends to changethe Contractor. Additional seta maybe < gem
. or Evenings lent talk about latest driving direction: of her vehicle Income obtained by" payingreproduc
truck collision MondayOne lion coat, which cot will not b*
P. O. Box IttJ regulations. There are :new driving manner. Life I'more returned The full amount of the
CLEWISTON, FLA. laws being enforced and if sober every day. depoilt will be refunded to all
I man was killed and four CMC pickup truck owned br ;you don't want to buzz the fuzzy My heap is really going to Hidden returned provided to the all dooum.nt.ar. Architect. ,
other* hospitalized! In a headon Ray Herring of LaBelle and you'll have to b* more attentive cause me trouble U the law In good condition, within 10 day Garth L. Lewis
truck collision on State Road 80 driven by Willie D. Jones of than a rookie pilot Jn a hot jet watches this signalling businesstoo after the Bldpining.. obtain document Bub-eon-
tractor. may
one mile west of Goodno Monday 'LBelle Jones was headed west The police even have a new sharply.; There's something by paying. reproduction cost General Contractor
INCOME TAXSERVICE .afternoon Dead 1 u John and attempted to pass a slow- ticket form to make out And 1lyou're very mysterious which happens which cost will" be not examined be refunded.Documents free.
Stovall; seriously! injured and moving Mml-trailer outfit when ; hurrying too fait becauseyou every once in a while when of charge at may the Architect of- New Construction AdditionsFree
transferred to a Palm Beach he collided headon with a %- just HAVE to be somewhere I'm driving fie..
:t'i' hospital are Willie Lee Jones ton Ford pickup truck owned 10 minutes ago the ticket alone With no warning at all my vehicle panted Each proposal by a Certified must b* accom.Check.Caihler' estimate
W. O. PERRY and Lawyer Robinson, reportedin by Eddie Swindle and driven is almost aa bad as the fine. will suddenly turn, all on) Check.. or Bid Bond: on any job

'If Tax Consultant good condition at Hendry by Raymond Mc learn, both.of This la because it takes the patrolman its own accord right off the executed Company by the licensed Bidder to and do Surety buelneei -- Phone Belle Glade
General Hospital In Clewlston Clewlston. The Swindle truck 30 minute to 114( tt out road and ease up into tIN parkIng In Florida Ina sum equalto : WY 6.6069
144 AvenUa Del Rle The only time I was ever five (6) per cent of the amountof
I are Willie Lee and Robert Lee WM headed east area of some establishment. the total bid The Bond la required
Phone YTkon 2.9841BuslnesaPersonalFarm Robertson! All are Negroes.The caught er, stopped. I didn't Fight it as I may those stubborn a* a guarantee Contract 655 SW 2nd StreetATTENTION
men were riding In a 1959 The accident occurred: about mind the fine half ai much (until wheels roll. light on up the Bid I I. accepted,and a the .
7 3:30: Monday afternoon. The Injured I paid It) as I did the fishy and stop And there's something will be entered of It properly Into secured.The performance .
Complete Bookkeeping were taken to the dewis- eye given me by half the population else I can't figure out. These establishment successful bidder will be required -
Service ton hospital where Stovall died, of America. With all those just happen to be covering to eancute and a Including Performancepond all
',' aDd Lawyer Robinson was examined sneering, smirking scornful taverns labor. and material The Performance

Did You Know? before being taken to prying, jeering eyeball flashing It reminds me of a car a the amount Bond shall of one be hundred writtenIn !I S
West Palm Beach. at me 1 felt like an escaped convict friend of mine once had. lie put (100) per cent of the Contract

A" You can get Trooper Ray Brown Investigated !,- finally brought to bay. so much anti-freeze In the radiator Price Proposal. form must be properly
WANTEDAcreageIIousesLots the accident; charges are One car pulled over, stopped that one day he found he filled out and must not b* Farmers, Cane Growers and Ranchers
detached from the Specification
right across the highway! and had an alcoholic engine. Duringthe
: pending No qualifying letter or itate-
the ghoulish demon driver summer months he had to mrnta will be considered LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND

Rentals-Business stared intensely *o he -wouldn't add a shot of hooch to each tank NO BIDDER A BID submitted MAY WITHDRAW for a- WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
mil*,aDYthlnlIn ease'the officer of gas to keep the wheels from period of thirty ((10) day after
Property A Sugarland Pharmacy had to blow me apart with shimmying. .ueh the date Hide set. for the opening of

''r', Dade-Monroe his cannon. :Mr. and Mrs. Russ Webb of THE! OWNER RESERVES THE) \ Lew Cost Farm Mortgage .
One rule they're really cracking win RIGHT to ybect'any and/or all FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
Enid Oklahoma who are Bid and to waive formalities
Realty PIZZAYU down cia 1 this use of proper ter residents of Punta Gorda therein. Will Furnish Cash ToReflninea
309 W. Sugarland Hwy hand signals. Seem like spent last week visiting Mr. BY Board J. R. of Sprs.lt Public Chairman Instruction a debt

YU 3-2941 2-3311 every year someone come up and Mrs Dave Stockman. TT':8: r,. Count Florid. Finance) farm Improvement, new bufldlnn, i..
I Phone YU 2-9322: with some new law which cuts Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and Mrs. J. Homer: Bible, Superintendentand chase wind machines and install Irrigation.
out a little more fun. Now we'll Jesse E. Lynn were visitors in Secretary to the Boardof Assist' In pnrchaM of a faro, grave or ruck.Pnrehaao .
i. Miami yesterday. Public Instruction, Hen- more land.
____ Florida.CN .
,\ Guests of Mr. and Mrs Robert :;l'irtr6, ltd Apr I, 1X4 e Provide capital fund. for the farm enterprise
Morgan this "week are Mr. ONLY A LAND B\NK LOAN

0.w sons. Chris and. David, of Knoxville Sealed bids will b* received by. 1. Lower payment
Hospital Authority
the Hendry County
: Term. (hereinafter called the 2. Longer terms (op to SO rear).
Authority) for cleaning. sealing" I 3. Dependable service (aerobic frfanlture txclmltdj,
and coaling (In white) ot the
roof ot H.ndry General Hospital since 1917)),
p Stuart awarded at and until 1:00: p.m. E..t.rn8tand.rd 4)). Foil prepayment privileges without penalty.ft. .
Time, Friday, March
10, n. at Hendry General Hospital Loan service by) local people) familiar with local apt
Clewleton, Florida, at culture.
H firm's "Ollie" which thereafter time aa and the place Authority or as soon can If we can be of service to yea please write or pboni

9 THANKS attend to the same, the sealed W.'*. U\!, Mtr. or: DOYLE E. ABBOTT, Ant Mgr
bide will be publicly opened and
Stuart Farm (Service at read. The Authority will thereafter -.
Canal Point has won an "01110"irons make purchase the award based ot upon the contract the Federal Land Bank Associationof

the Oliver Tractor Com result of the tabulations a* covered
pany for its outstanding recordas by applicable law and regulation
*. Bradenton
I an Oliver dealer last year. Detailed specifications and
The award was made recently conditions may be) obtained from PHONE 74J-205X BEADENTOX: 1UIWfMRY
FRIENDS I at a showing of ,the Oliver farm the office Hendry of General the Admlnl.tr.torC Hospital

end industrial equipment when Clewleton March 19,, 1914 Florida on and after
a team of top officials from tile The Authority reserve* the
lr Chicago. headquarters toured right to waive Informalities and '
the agricultural and industrial: to HENHRY reject any COUNTY and all bid HOSPITAL*. ;' .r ''rJ- f ",.-t "

ctnters before bringing the array AUTHORITY
of new equipment to the Fred C. Bikes Chairman.CN .
430-Mar. It, 19...
f market
Only) 10 "Ollies" were award NOTICE OF HEARING

: --- ... ed tledrkk in the: manager South this of year the< Southern A. F. CIWzIf THE AND TAXPAYERS PKOPI/RTY, IJIi. M/JON nWI YFREE
., .. branch who Joined Oliver's CITY OWNERS!OK CLEWISTON IN AND OF, FLORI-THE

president White in making the DA, AND ALL OTHERS WHOM

r,.. ,.:...." b.. ...., ':.....t. presentation Mid "Stuart Farm IT You MAY and CONCERN each of you: are here
: Service has turned .In a truly by notified that the City Commission
s of the City of Clewlston,
remarkable performance: and Florida, In accordance with Section "Ma
\, U.AA they con be *s proud to receive 4 of Ordinance No. 121 of AT
this "0111." said City, will hold a public
'" '" I 4.,, a we are to giveit
'-- E hearing on the Ith day of April,
; ti to them. A. D 194, at 5:40: o'clock In the
$ postnoon of said day or a* soon
thereafter as the matter can b. AL FULLER'SMI'ui
: }; yE
heard In the Commission MeetIng -
Room In the City Hall on
e QJ
Comm.rclo Street In Clewlston,
I j' Hoi-Ida, at which time any In-
!If tereeted person may appear and
( ',, be vetting heard of on rate the, fees matter of the e.
LEOAt; NOTICE TO BIDDERS!: or charges Paint
for the services and facilitiesof
i : Bmlsd. proposal for th. .on. the City Sewer System After
ruction of the 1114 Addition t.o.rlftm aid
hearing a resolution will be
$ W Academy, Hcndrr Coun.
1 adopted..tliag said ,
.. 1J.1, ty the, Florida Hsndry, will County b. rec.lved Board: by of or charges.Please rates fee. Complete Line of Paint and Supplies
Ii Public Instruction' LaBtll. >lorld.A" ,govern yourselves ac.cordlngly
Phone YU 23281H4
M boe .
or before .
: H' April'
,J.. ,I-, they. 1111 lnt b.which time and. plan CLEWISTON. FLORIDA E. Sugarland HwyClewiston, Fla.
; lead and Bye Fred C 8lk.ee, City Clerk

Copies of the Proposal Contract Br Cle"k: *. C Webb Deputy CIII .,. .,. "'" tA VI "' .,,;
Document, Drawing and CN 417-Mar. It, 1914.
rJ"r ; : !

r'' 1to6P.M.

i, ... OPEN HOUSE Sun., M trek; is s


f Located at Olympia St. on Alverdei Ave.

... 2 Blocks West of Hospital

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:;.,. I could not feel more honored t than I do today, :.

': ; I :. when you have given such wonderful : '/idence '


::1! of your confidence in me.I


I I pledge to you that I shall continue to give !

i t.: Hendry County Citizens my most loyal and sincere ':

I T service as your county j judge. '

c I am humble) and very, very grateful to you all.-. 2 and 3 BEDROOMS "

.\ 5,4'3 Of 10 FHA AVAILABLE FINANCING From $35'0- Down

1 Broward N. Parsons Appro, $74OOPer Month
Principal Interest T e.. lnauranct


'West Palm Beach :
Phone JU 5-1771

"';t I Salts Agent J. E.

(Paid Political advertisement by Broward N. Parson campaign treasurer) t' BEARDSLEY

;:mow -
e ; Phone Yu 27501Glades

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the railroad car are the correct of trees as a forest crop can part from Miami March: 14 on
size. for the. paper roll continue In this area for year a 10-day expedition to Guate
The visitor walked under and years, and this i II really: the mala.
and around the mill, they big contribution of the mill to rif The purpose of the trip .Is to (
watched the unloading; they the economy: of the area." examine the famed Mayan
gazed with Interest at the logs Al Nelson assistant manager nuns of Tikal and Copan with,
on their Journey from forest to of the procurement division concentration: on the people and I
railroad cars. They partook of of Hudson Paper Company, said ear.t customs! of modern Guatemala.Also .
refreshments and gathered In .their company will buy Umber included in the itinerary I Ia
the shade for visits with intends in the form of chips from the unique jungle trip into the
., and new acquaintance mill for a :long period of time. heart of Guatemala.The ,
Then they responded with Interest There Is an initial contract for p daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I
to the short ceremony in 10 :years with a minimum of Harry Vaughn of dewUton
which Mr. Gerber explained a four carloads daily. 'The mill Lyn 1* a 1960 graduate of dew-
bit about the null and others will stimulate selective cutting. iston High School. A senior at
poke of its importance to the We ,think this southwest Florida Rollins College she is major
area. Genial :Bob Byrd representing area Is one of our reliable log in human relations I
te : tsr the City of LaSelle was sources of Umber. Harold West,
t i nastier of ceremonies He recalled partner of Bush Manufacturing
the history of the site Company which designed and 1964-65 calendarfor
which was used for packing constructed and Installed the
vegetables grown in ;the area mill, laid he visited the location county schoolsAug.
and recalled it bad been mused in December and saw only
since the last packinghouse a creek and swampy land. He Teachers report for
burned. gestured toward the extensive duty.

Prominent visitor, plant, the land fill and parkingarea Aug. 31-First day of school. 0
There were many: prominent the cleared banks of the Sept 7-Labor Day Holiday.
Visitors at the opening, and little creek, the railroad siding Nov. 26-27-Thanksgiving Holl-
their very: presence testified to and said: "This has all been days.
the: importance of the industry: done since that time" He expressed t ts Dec. 18-Last day before Christmas
4 created by the establishment. appreciation for the L holidays.
of the null. E. R. Howard, wonderful cooperation of local
: Dec. 19 through Jan. 3--Chris
chief information. and education businesses and servicemen in
I A SMAIL POmON OF THE CROWD; It above me top edge chip remain on the car officer of the Florida Forest the area, who supplied local materials mas Holidays
( BOOM *f the Chip Min at Heel Batiordar during the trip to PiUtka Jan. Resume ichool.
the Open paper mill became Service said "We think this 1* such as concrete: lumber
II as E. H. Gerber, president ef the eor- they are green and held together by moisture of real significance to southwest welding materials and April It through 19-Easter Holl.,
Jporatlon welcomed the rutU. Seen In theIbicEironnd In the chip.-STAFF PHOTO. Florida. This mill cps many other items needed In the EDWARD II. GERBER president ef Chip Mill and Wood days.
1 Is a loaded chip ear, piled wen furnish a million dollar industry: work of installation. Product. Inc., with Us daughters at the mill Open House June Teachers' last day.Recapitulation .

to our area. This Is a big peagresdve Charlie Storey: manager of Saturday Mrs. Gerber attended the Open House also but was -
step lor forestry in the the Pahokee branch of Richardson not with the family when this photo was made. In the background Preschool Conference 11 day:
area; landowners have dreamedof Tractor Company, AllisChalmer la Wm. C. Reeves co-manager ef the operation. School in Session __180 day;
Keri chip mill brings such a mill! for utilization of ) dealer told of h1Ifirm' STAFF PHOTO. Post School Conference 5 day
our forests. Selective cutting connection with the plant

_. _._ _._. 196 days
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Allls-Chalmers furnished turnkey

job for the plant,-all motors Lyn Vaughn goesto J1oIlclI,*-

to Hendry w + tractors' logging equip Labor Day __,.,....._ 1 day
countyFlorida ment :loading and tree-telling GuatemalaWINTER Thanksgiving __ 2 day
equipmentMr. Christmas New Year's 10 day
Gerber recognized J. L. Good Friday and
sunshine which crowds which gathered for the They came at the invitationof Sanders, manager of Vaughn a student at ho!
amed In true Chamber of Open House a4 Chip Mill &: Edward H. Gerber, wealthy :Myers branch of Florida Power tins College is one of more than -
mmerce fashion, was no Wood Products Inc. mill at developer of Indiana and Fort and Light Corporation whose 30 Rollins! students who will de IS day
:ghter than the spirits of the Keri. Saturday afternoon Lauderdale president of the firm constructed a substation
corporation to see the highly to furnish power for the new

automated mill which can reduce mill from the cros tat Ugh I dewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven
9 JAI a 40 foot log to %-1nch line south of LaBelle.A Thursday, March 19, 1964 Section One
chips in a matter of seconds.
7m 'barbecue supper was served .
Standing on the A. C. L."sld- 1 in the late afternoon. Paper

ing was si loaded chip car, plates paper cups and napkinswere Oft 844-1335
ready to leave for the Hudson from the )Hudsoaxmlll: at e

Paper Company: mill at Palat-- Palates, and are among the R... VI 8-2682
ka. While the crowds watched products which will he made ..
a lowboy from the forest pulled from chips from the Keri mill.
up to the mill a huge crane-
On !the\ siding at the mill
operated claw grabbed a log Thurmond W. Knight
stood a few of the 128 specially
from it and lifted it onto a con
built chip can purchased by the
where it rode down
Atlantic Coast Line to serve "Accredited Farm & Land
the "dcbarker" a fantastic Broker"I
such mills as the one at Keri. :
machine which rotates m w. These large gondola' cars are Thurmond Knight Really Inc. orricEi
series of knives against the
2010 Avenue E
loaded direct from the mills nx aunt, niTi.r Beach
as the log passes and the chips pile up about west rain B..... FLIea Riviera Beach
through adjusting automatically
eight inches over the top of !the\
to the size of the log and
NM cars. Because the
open chips:
removing all bark. The log continues
art from green wood and are
on another conveyor; to
''; full of they cling Residential Commercial
sap together .
the chipping mill itself, a 9-ton
If. and are not blown from the
.I'l' '.!.'.' monster whose mounted whirling high sets in the.mill of THE UNLOADER PICKS VT A WHOLE LOG nOM car on the haul to Palatka. Remodel Wiring

.\>#, \: knives of 75 inch diameter THE LOWBOY. as the operator, seen at left, swings the arm
FORTY-FOOT PINE LOG EMERGES FROM THE DE- quickly reduces ,the log to small .to plate the leg en the conveyer at left en which U ride forward Electrical Contractors Company
chips The chips are conveyed tote the debarker. Below U the belt for the bark chip
I BICKER at Chip HOI sad Weed Products Plant and darts en Sugarland Pharmacy
into a hopper which agitate which ride backward from the debarker and upward where
Us way by automata eenveyer U the chipping machine. Be- Licensed and
them over a screen, sorting they drop eft Into the Incinerator and art honed ,
I aeath this conveyer l. another conveyer en which the bark
them to size, so those which STAFF PIIOTO. PIZZAYU II
I chips fill and are taken U the "barn" shown dimly; In the go up the final conveyor Into 24 Hour Service
I background of this picture.-STAFF PHOTO.

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J. E. BEARDSLEY''' interest in Hendry county. .


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lived in Clewlston since 1935. tons, Nathaniel lUchaud. Richmond THE VALUE OF A SMILE of Town Chief Chlpco (Deer hibits a pupil from smoking at Page Eight Thursday TIlE, March CLEWISTOtt III, 1864 NEWS CL..t...
Richaud dies She was a member of the California; Ed Putnal. It costs nothing but creates Gait) Billy had only one eon, school. However, a county such board a Section- '''IqI,!
Clewlston Assembly of Jeho- Baltimore, Md., and Joseph much. Ell Morgan who now lives on hat authority to adopt :-----.
after long illness vah's Witnesses Putnal Jacksonville, 12 grandChildren None are so rich the Brighton Reservation and Is policy under Section 23032,
and. five great grand They can get along without ItH about 80 years of age. Florida Statutes Furthermore MODERNIZING
: Survivors include fcer husband children. happens in a flash Billy, at the age of 102, enJoys I believe that a principal in the YOUR
Mrs. Dell Eugenia Richaud Albert 3. Richaud, lives alonein operation of an individual school
cr Service :will be held at And the memory sometimes good health. He .
74, passed away on Tuesday, Iston: five daughters, thou Funeral Chapel .Pati'i 1 !lasts forever '. Chlckees nestled in an oak center could make a rule prohibiting 0
March 17, In Hendry General James T. Platt, Pahokee; Mrl. o'clock Thursday, March 19, If In the hard grind of the day's and cabbage Hammonck on smoking on the school
I Hospital following a long ill- P M. Mcintyre Jr., Mrs. Lu- with -Bro. Robert Osborn officiating work .Bowlegs Road In Brighton Reservation. .. grounds since such a policy
ness. She was a native of More ther H. Lowe and Mr. John C. Entombment will follow Some of ;your acquaintance would obviously be for the general BEFORE YOU BUY SEE I
WA, Ga. end a former resident Gaylor, all of Cfcwlston; Mrs. in Rldgelawn Cemetery Should be too tired to give you Recently he was asked his welfare, of the children. THE
of Perry, Jla. She has Mabel Porter Bradenton, three .,j
a ammo secret for living a long life. His GENERAL .; ELECTRIC
D. L. rULLEN( Leave them one of yours answer\ was : "Me don't know,
Funeral service. were. held For nobody needs a mile, so work some, cook and eat when Moore HavenContinued
: Sunday afternoon at :Pattlson I much me hungry drink a little '
from Page
THANKS, FELLOW CITIZENS: Chapel for D. Ik Pullen Jr., 48., As those who have none to give "Wyomey" whiskey when we ( WEATHERJRQH!
who passed away Friday at the' ,-Awn. have it! Sleep all night and gram. Off shore labor used to
local hospital. Rev. James F., smoke cigarettes all day. Me cut the cane left Tuesday
Klmbrel, pastor of the Qewis-' Seminole Billy don't know; me feel. good" You The Glades County Sugar ALL ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP
I am grateful for the opportunity toe secret I don't
ton Assembly of God officiated.Mr. ( Ij can figures the : will be .
Growers Cooperative
Pullen had lived in the tram know. W.MhmrTKON. utillilnf. yvr ... ........ IwN .,
be your nominee for Supervisor: of Registration Clewlston area for 26 years (Continued Page. 1\\ host to a bar< Saturday for their employees
of Sea coffee settled v.lu. t. real prcfwrtr with full .l' fun *
Hendry County for another coming here from Lakeland. on Alachua trk. -enah
and invited guests .
Lake growers .MMes" "W;
now known PaynesPralrl School boardContinued
H. was a commercial painter as
term.I which: will be held at the SugarHouse
between Micanopy andGainesville.
by trade. .. and the Glades County
I sha I continue. do' best in this Survivors Include Us widow. author ( from Page 1) Livestock Center in. Moore
to my Mrs Francis Pullen; two sons, William Bertram of Haven Pica YEAR ROUND
office and I ask continued Sgt Thomas R. Pullen and Sgt. Bertram's Travels, visited Sea- be treated at a 'time, to test
your support. Don L. Pullen, both of the U. S. coffee in the later )770' and whether;the improvement Is successful Season comparison AIR CONDITIONING'LAK '
'was told by him that the lake the The first harvest season which
Army; his mother, Mrs. Lola enough to Justify
went dry killing fish and was cut short by the late start
Pullen of Clewlston; three reptiles expense.
JOHN L. HALL brothers, Curtis Pullen of Canal by the millions. Due I to the The board asked Hartley to and early' finish by the heavy
Point, Paul Pullen of Clewlston stench and unhealthiness of inspect the LaBeUo cafeteria freeze, the mill ground 158,271
(Political advertising paid John L. Hall) '
by and John Pullen of Ortona; two their village, Latchua or Ala to see how much the floor can tons: of cane, with :the U. S. APPLIANCES(
sisters, Zena Belle LeIter of Ar chua, they moved Inland 1% to be raised, and to inspect the Sugar mill in Clewlston grinding
cadia and Anne H. Campbell of 2 miles :to the site which they Clewlston elementary auditorium another 24,188 tons by mu-
:Miami and one grandchild. called, Cusawllla, where they to see If It can be convertedinto tual agreement to expedite the .Sugarland Highway ClevitonFTHANKS
Burial was In Ortona cemetery were living when Bertram visited classrooms.The grinding of the frostbitten cane. ,
with Paulson Funeral them. summer maintenance program .
Home in charge of arrange Tribal custom among the as announced, will Include .
ments. Seminoles and-Creeks did not painting the Harlem swim.
;, allow the practice of intermarriage mini pool, hooking up new sewage .
BIRTHS among the Cans. Heritage line at Clewiston and new
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Twiddy or inheritance, came thru water line at Harlem, providing
RESTAURANT of Orlando announce the arrivalof the mother. Such being the case, vented, Instead of unvented,
( a son on Sunday, March 15. a Chiefs son could not succeedhis heaters in all schools, and Improving a
The baby weighed six pounds- father, as his eon was of the the artificial lightingin
and has been Clan of his mother. Only the LaBelle and Clewlston elementary
seven ounces
,: named Tracy Reid son o f the Chief sister, a schools.
Mr. and Mrs. John lawrence nephew or 'grand-nephew of t the The board et the regular
Hull of Felda, an the proud same dan could succeed him. meeting! on April 9th as the date
Banana lemon coconut key lime, chocolate, apple HENDRY COUNTY. .
parents of a son, John Law Chief Seacoffee wa succeeded to consider: reappointment of
i pecan, blueberry or any other kind you can rence, Jr., who weighed seven by his sister's son, Billy principals, and May 8th ( a special .
think of!Jj pounds, seven ounces at birth Bowlegs I, and his brother, meeting) as date to consider
In Hendry General Hospital, King Payne, both of the Snake reappointment of teachers.
j Also-fino cakes I MY SINCERE THANKS for the
Clewlston, on Sunday March dan. It was the wish of Sea- Dates for the summer program -
- - 11 coffee that his'nephew.. King were set as July 1-August
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Willis, Payne, succeed him at the town. 13, with July S and 6 as holidays
SHELBY is sitting down here waiting for your dewiston, are> parents of a of Cuawllla. confidence you have: shown me. .

,: PIE ORDERS EAT HERE or TAKE HOME I IW daughter, Glenda, who was born At Chief Seacoffee' death Harold Estep, guidance coun.
: I Just installed new ovens to better serve you! on St. Patrick' Day in Hendry Billy Bowlegs I, due to King selor at Clewlston, "was given
General Hospital. The baby Payne's youth was named Head permission to conduct a Job i
- - weighed eight pounds, two Chief, until his brother King survey (limited to Hendry county *
Call day before Payne gained maturity. King ) In his school area, 'as a
.._ _ _. ounces.Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bailey Payne was later named Head means' of helping him in the I WILL CONTINUE, as school board member, to

of Hialeah are :the proud par over all Chiefs of the Semd- "guidance program and U helpIng stand staunchly for what I feel is right and best for our ,
Full 9 inch .
pie 7 large slices $1.35Call ents of a girl born yesterday. notes.Cusawilla. the school In curriculum .
March 18, in Hendry General became known a.pajne' planning. children.
TONY 3.1751Put this ad in kitchen
your Hospital. The baby weighed Town which King The' superintendent presented
eight pounds, 11 ounces. Payne continued to rule M Head a letter from Eldridg R. Col-
Chief until he was kilted in a lins, specialist in....school law for 4
battle against Gen. Newman of the state department relativeto JOE 7
; the Georgia Militia In 1812,'a.t a pupil smoking Mr. Collins
point near Lake Newman northeast wrote! : "I have no knowledge
of Gainesville. T of any law which explicitly pro ( political advertising paid by Joe M. Hall)
King Payne was succeeded
Redish Electric Co. by his sister's! eon Mlcanopy of
the Snake dan. Mlcanopjrrwai{ .,

116 South Bond, Phone YU 2.1601 Head Chief throughout the Second 4 .1
Seminole War of 1833'to
1842; Mlcanopy died In '1820
Offers These $ Saving sped l.'I .- and the Seminoles did not Mme

........ an overall or Head Chief Billy
Frigidaire Up-right Freezer Refrigerator $95.00r
Bowlegs II, 'was the son a: 12 cu. ft-new only $229.95 Good Condition canopy's sister and by Inten t-
: anoe was to become Head Chief
'I Carrier Air Conditioner New 20" Gas Range a. of the Seminoles. J [ ROCKS RACING WORLD !

;I 6,000 Btu-Special $159.95 Extra Special $99.95 Old Sam Jones (Arpeka), a
.., 'I Mkk-a-sukl. was never a gild;
'1 Silex Irons ..............., only $5.95 :52> Oal. Glass he was a Chief Medicine )Ian

; while they last Water Heater .............. $89.9: and strategy Councilor for battle.in working Billy Bowlegs up-

i: II, of the Snake dan.twho
I !$II :$I $ !II !II!t !*II !$ Q o \\II bad married a Mlck-a-suku for

a while did not press his authority : .
to become Head Chief of
, d the Seminoles as successor to
r his uncle. He later became the
tA' last Chief of the Semlnoles,
reigning! until hls emigration to
Arkansas Territory in 1858 U
BAKERITE 3Lb. Can 59t Seminole the close War of the third and last

In summary. Billy Bowlegshas
a, great Inheritance; BillyBowlegs ;
II was a great Uncleof
BLUE PLATE STOCK'l'ON Billy Bowlegs III. Billy Bowlegs -

2 for III married a grand niece\
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Accidents> / investigate over weekend rash of The Clewiston i News Two 12 Sections Pages I

"Dedicate to the advancement of II end ry County and America's Sweetest Town" ;
accidents wersat Invesu.. Struck it from behind at an estimated for
emergency treatment
e of
I the over Clewiston the weekend Follcetrtmeat Calhoun,35 her mile sister per Penny hour.Lynn Mies bruises Ambulance and lacerations Service.by Pattlson VOLUME 17 NUMBER 11 LEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed See. I43.S. PJ4. Subscription $4.00 yea

tout Arsons being taken Doris E. Barrett and Mary E. McClelland charged MUM
dry General Hospital. for Hall of Harwichport, Mass.. boon of West !Palm Beach ;
Saturday.y wen taken. to. Hendry General careless
eat driving.
Damage to. the
a 1961 English Ford Nash was estimated at $600 and Hunt area enjoys

Tby Patricia Buth Owen 1959 Burglar(s) enter damage to. the Plymouth at $350
trf into the back oafs by the Investigating officer. r tCHAKOLIIS

pickup driven by Jerry. Clewiston Auto Ten minutes later a car drIv-
on) Sugarland Highway.mj en by Morris C. Jones turned
to Chief Wendell into a 1962 Mercury driven by excellent
|ey,, who, investigated (be Sales, take truck Frank Poll n at the: Intersect seasonA
lent the left front brake tion of Circle Drive and Sugar-
idcr gave way on the Owen Sometime during the night land Highway. Damage was summary of the use of the county area; there were 868
rausinf the accident Dam. of Saturday; March 14 person minor to both cars and no Hendry County Hunt Area and permits Issued to 331 residents,
[to the English Ford was or persons entered the Clewis- charges were filed by Mcdel the two State Hunt\ Areas in of whom 288 were men, '7 were
land $SO to the truck ownedrry ton Auto Sales office by pushing land who also Investigated this the county how encouragement. women and 38 were boy under
Ingram. No charge out a back window and took accident for hunters, according to the II years, took part in the barbIng
pled $201 from the safe, missing another About 7:50: Monday morning, Hendry County Fish and Game Each (exceut those over
usday, Dorothy Riggto $200 right next to it according Leonard J. Labadie of Ft Lauderdale Association This group of 65 and under 13)) paid $1 per
wiped a 1957 Chevrolet to Chief of Police Wendell driving a 1964 Mercurywas sportsmen have made careful permit per hunt period. The
L with her 1963 Chevrolet Whaley. forced off of the highway statistical analysis. of the use money was turned over to the
Vest Circle Drive near toe The entry was discovered about H mile east of the ACL of the county area this year. J. Hendry County Fish and Game
I park, according to WnaeyI about mid-morning, Sunday by railroad west of Oewiston bya R. Spratt, president of Altco Association which plans to use
I also investigated the sett D. W. Judd who called owner seed cane truck. According to Land Development Company, it for restocking and feeding
The truck driven by G. E. Etherton. immediately.The Mrs. Labadle, :the truck forced says this was the best year game and general Improvement
I Sirmans of Fort Myer sate door was wide open, them oft the !Ihghway. turned at since AlIco started Its public of hunting in the area. A quail
gotten completely Into the with no signs of tampering, according the next cutover and headed hunting program six years ago. trapping program is. underway
trying to avoid the carn to Whaley so apparently back west, but did not stop. Karl and Devils Garden Hunt moving some birds from remote
by Mrs. Riggio. Damage the safe had been closed, but Minor damage resulted to. the Areas were established by the area .into the hunt. area.
//estimated at $65 to the Rig- not locked. However :Miss car which required a wreckerto State Game and Fresh Water The hunt area was patrolled
tar and 1100 to the pickupby Francis Morgan feels sure thatIt pull it Cram :the roadside Fish Commission aIx years ago during the season by a warden ,

Whaley. Mrs. Rlgglo had been locked: at the close ditch. Officer McClelland investigated. ...... -- ;. ". ;tti.''' J.':"," v iF: ,_tu.: ..!ia through, arrangements with All- provided by the Hendry County
charged with reckless: of business on Saturday.The co. Two year later throigh Commission under the general
by Whaley and Officer burglar or burglar wiped TUB "SILVER CATTLE Champion boll rosette and Lenwee el Sugar- negotiation' of the Hendry supervision' of the association. :
Price, the safe clean of an fingerprint SPEAKING OF with a Golden Future" were skews at the land 1 took the Grand Champion Female board of County Commissioners Mr. Spratt said the cooperation I
urday at 1:20: pm. a 1959 and took a 1957 Chevrolet! TAXIS Beef Cattle Skew of the Central florid Fair Charolals banner followed by Walla ef Sop 23 sections of land were re- : of Hendry county '

i station Wagon driven by pickup which was parked outside Rumor has it that next year In Orlando, with Sagarlsad Ranch; ClewUton. arland S7 taking the Reserve Grand champion moved from the Devils' Garden resident had been excellent,
_y K. Calhoun] crashed into as an escape vehicle.: The a new simplified Income tax walking away with Major awards. Champ efSaf award. Bogarlaad Ranch swept the field Hunt area and were.. set aside and his company is glad to
fback of a 1963 Plymouthn truck WM not missed until later form will contain only four arland 19. shewn abere with super- of Charolals cattle competition with 15 ban for Hendry county: residents' make the areas available for I
by Bradford I.. Barrett. In the day the officer aid. lines: tateadent W. C. Champion, Jr. $tOW Donald eatUe awards and i female honor ThU was hunting and camping; public hunting and camping
[he intersection of Bond Working 'with Whaley on the 1..What was your Income last Button, dewlstoa. upped the for<< their first year at the Central Florida fair Records on the kill in the and he hopes it may continue
It t and US 27. According to. Investigating were Officer Ernie ;year! Goad Champion Bon Senior ehamploa boll and spectators were thrilled at the silver- state area show over 3,500 to do so.Boatmen.
(heFtt SImmons and sheriffs quail l, 40 turkey and at least 4
r Charles McOelland.] deputies 2. What were your expenses? and
first place la Twe Tsar lid ban class coaled silky animals as they paced the beef
car had stopped for the Calvin Swindle and Siram 3. How much have you left? deer were. taken; there. are no warned
Sufarland Champ 17 wen the Keeerre Grand cattle show tinge
[light and the Calhoun car Dyes 4. Send it in. figures on the kill in the county ..

area.However, figures are completeon of safety laws .. t'
New tire recap the permits Issued in the -
a .w If you have a boat, better "
heed the warnings issued by the
business is openA Chamber plans agents of the Florida Game and I
Fresh Water Fish Commission. '
tire recapping and general' sign They have been Instructed to.
automobile repair business programA of the
start rigid enforcement
BORN opened in Clewiston. this week series of highway signs directing state' boat safety law.
by Its owner, Jimmie Wiggins. ,
the City
traffic through The 1963 legislature designated
a former resident who ha spent
of Clewiston Is planned by the enforcement of these lawsto t
the past nine )'e.1'l1n Pensacola
Chamber of Commerce in cooperation sheriffs departments, state
where he also, operated a tar
business.! with local: businesses Conservation Department and i
ae and possibly other Chambers. the Florida Game and FreshWater I
Wiggins has opened in the *
remodeled and repainted Espen- Lest year the Chamber Joined Fish Commission.: I
with Lake Placid Chamber in Up to the present time, all of-
laub Building at 849 East Su-
placing and maintaining a sign! kern have attempted to enforce
garland Highway.The on U. S. 27 north of Lake Placid the laws by warnings and explanations -
has Installed the
company designed to attract motorists to all violators. Now.
newest and moat modern equipment
who.might turnoff on highway they feel that the boating public -
for recapping tires; end'Inv
91 through Okeechobee.This : hat had time and opportunity -
tel the public to come in
and watch this Interesting ;year a suggestion that to become acquainted with ,
WINNERE! process. "Many people have some local: businesses might the law pertaining to boat
never seen a tire recapping ma. share the cost of signs! farther safety f
chine In operation and know north, using a portion of the Briefly these are the law:
nothing about the process. It is sign! for their own name Is being 1. A Coast Guard. approved
very interesting and educational tried out. Four such businesses life preserver for every passenger .
and we welcome visitors who have committed: themselves in every boat
; have an Inquiring mind. We and other may Join the 2. Boats using over 10 hp motor '.
think that everyone who drives venture later this year, or next must bear Florida registration
should find a visit to watch the Letter of Inquiry to larger number
operation very worthwhile," Chambers on the Eat Coast indicate 3. All boats at night must have
said Wiggins.The they might also share proper running lights.
mm raws scow IN;m Q company: baa a free pick- in such a venture. Directors approved 4. Anchor, rope and paddle
IM.. xl we sate the Idea of sharing the and fire extinguishing equipment
M tM,;I M/ m1 aNr/ up and delivery service, and is
ro. ,offering several moneysaving cost of such signs after local 1* needed for some boats. ,.
row specials during Its first two merchants reported the reduction Boatmen should write the

fonue ,, weeks of operation, a*. advertised of traffic on U" S. 2T has Florida Conservation Depart-
nmoan'. in this Issue of the news resulted in lower business volume ment Tallahassee for complete
cunwuT'i paper. for them. information.

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Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Fit. age in LaBelle heights at an Jacksonville, Vero Beach, Lake. ., Florentine first, lace) oat I...
Thursday, March 19, 1964 Section Two estimated cost of $5,000. land, Leesburg, Newberry, New second
I/< The
Economy Builders of Winter Smyrna Beach, Scoring, Havana! ; Louise BUCII b...._
Haven are building six homes Jacksonville Beach, Wauchula that was .chldued! toi;
hi Sunset Park, Harlem section Lake Helen, Moore Haven this COmina p1.7
J JI Four of these homes Ocala Starke Home ., has peen
r are cart Quincy "' ''f.&....' .. q" indefinltel; )' DoIb:.
> due
crete block 24x26 In size with stead Key West, Klssimmee '.... ,, >!"'.., "'. : .- to untorsecn c
11x19 carport, and cost approximately Lake Worth, Mount Dora, OrLando

,I $5,700; one Is 24x36 feet St. Cloud, Tallahassee
1 'ii. I F plus carport and costs $8,500 and Willdston. CARD OF 1egg.

and another is 24x30, with! AU entries must be sent to We wish to

i.' 11x19 foot garage, and costs an Mac Cunningham, executive secretary and heartfelt express au....
estimated $7,600. Florida Municipal Utilities many It"

O'Neal Builders have permitfor Association, Box 2402 Lakeland i in the recent toes\ h 1
a 24x38 foot building with
band and tether '-
12x22 foot for Lee
garage we thank i
/ Brown in Sunset Park; estimated the men d
I' 1 and
cost $11,000.Essay Clads
; vI Training Disabled Product CorporaUon; i "4
...._ merclal fishermen tile"
I Veterans FASCAG017LA. MISSISSIPPI March Covering twenty-six: hundred acres, It Is fed People who *er, 10 .
contest Industrial of with crude oil from the Golf Coast fields ''with food and k1nd
The fast-moving upsurge
: the viR
By Veteran Service Officer the Southeast was given added Impetus as the through the world's longest underwater pipeline bend many with friends
L Li Openings for "on-t.he-job train- ace rasearoula refinery ef the Standard Oil In other ways ) oU a

open to studentsA Ing" of disabled veterans are Company of Kentucky was placed en full Gasoline consumption .Is growing faster In Your kindnesses
being sought by the Veterans stream. the South than in any ether\ section of America to II tl
never be
Administration as the surest and the construction of this giant new forgotten 1Ia,.
::: statewide essay contest for With a capacity In excess of one bundred bless. each of You. CII
:J junior end senior high school way to obtain permanent employment thousand barrels of eU a day, this new refinery refinery at Paseagoola kelps assure adequate The

i I THE BEVERLY IIILLBILLTS float entered by "Chock" Prater students on the subject, "What for the veteran when Is America's most modem, and one of the supplies In the years of gtrowUu ahead. Family d R till,.
his Is M. T
training completed
el ClewUbn Municipal Ownership of Electric .. U
spectator approval for IU originality In Dixon director of the Florida largest fo the .nu.
$ the Chalo Nitka parade Danny Prater U driving( the ear, being : Utilities: Mean to My City." Department of Veterans /Affairs CARD OF THAttjWe )

I accompanied by Robert Blonnt In front and Freda Prater was announced today by the said today.
.t Florida Utilities Association. wish to take !
NotesBy flu .
and Amber Burlington in the back.eat.-8TAFF PHOTO fy r r7 ra Country Club of
Merely to trIm veterans In saying a sincere thJ
'+l Students who Attend high vocational schools or colleges LettMoConvluV to the many friends TIbo 11II

: school: in areas served by a municipal accomplishes only a part of the so kind to us In our IIaa

: New constructionnear electric utility, or living task. They are still unemployed. The Club Championship now loss. Your flowers cards,es
within the service area of expressions of
Their handicaps rather than mend
being played Is in full swing and
the will be to deeds of
utility eligible klndnesi
their abilities may loom largeIn did mtl
by April 4 we shall know who
officials caid. to make our
compete a prospective employer'seyes. grief bearable wl
A ISO U. S. Savings Bond will the are. we will always remembaZIwith ;

completion be awarded for first prize. A a Last Friday, at the Ladies' gratitude

$25 bond will: go to the second- On'the other hand, Dixon said, Day, the winners were: Mae The PulleD ,
VA Officials have learned If "
place: winner. Deadline for all an rtr

Three new business buildings completion: of a large additionto entries is May 1, 1964 Members employer trains the disabled

). are underway la LaBelle, and his building on Main Street of the Essay Contest Committee veteran in his own shop, there
1 substantial additions are being He is building 33x30 on the cl the Florida Municipal: Utilities Is strong assurance that be will

made to others, and a number east side and 8x42 on the westside Association will be J Judges.All retain the trained'ftteran as a

of homes are under construction Clarence Williams fa the decisions will be ftnaL 'tailormade" employee. : Railways

including several in Sunset builder. Essays, not to exceed 1,500words Dixon asks the aid of the : _

:, Park a subdivision in the ', 'will be Judged on the Veteran groups, employment ,
;y Harlem section Mrs. Alice Scheib is buildinga basis knowledge of the subject agencies and the business worldin I

.7 Mrs. Lorinda ]Davis has tak- 20x34 toot borne with 14x22 composition and neatness. general in locating employers treatsyou likelcompanY"J

en out a building permit for a carport on lot 22 block 58 Entries may be typed or written who will otter disabled but .. ..,- .-. -. --

CBS business building contain. Bryan Avenue, at an estimated In longhand on one aide only of, ambitious veterans a chance to LAKEHURST. N. J. (FHTNC) lectures: and actual practice,

}nf 1000 square feet In block 43, cost of $6,000. a standard Sftxll, sheet ol paper. take. training in specialized Charles! W. Adams, aviation first aid training, flight operations .

fronting on Yeoman street Designed Jose Angel Rubaleaba Is All entries! must contain the lines of work with a goal of machinist's mate third class, : and survival swimming

by Architect H. N. Nelson building a 1344 foot name, address, school. end grade permanent employment USN, son of Mr. end Mrs. I. A. He is serving. with Helicopter
I' square
the building will be constructed home with 228 foot of the contestant.: Adams of Route 2, Clewiston, Utility Squadron Two, based at
by Self and Thompson square "gar- "The FMUA if sponsoring Fla, recently received his Air- the Naval Air Station, Late-! (maybe better rl!)

The permit issued at city hall this contest in an effort to In City docket crewman Wings? hurst N. J.

estimates the cost at $10,000. Business is good! tenet more students in their To achieve this honor, be underwent A graduate of the Cdwlston

W. T. Maddox li nearing com local governments," City Man- Cases disposed of Wednesday: an intensive and rugged High School: Adams entered the

pletion of an office building look at. gas tax ager M W. (Pat) Thomas of March 4 by acting City Judge nine-weeks training which Navy In July 1960. s sf

t adjacent to city hall on State Leesburg said. Carlos Dickey include Albert P. included rescue and survival n:
Road 80 The building is 30x30 The sale of gasoline in Hen- Thomas, chairman of the Es- Gram careless .driving. $10; \

11. feet In size, of cement block dry county returned taxes of say Committee said students Peter J, Harvey, careless driving
construction with decorative cement $38.403.97 to the state during the may obtain information on the $10; Joseph W. Shepherd Boys in ServiceFORT

., tile panels; its estimated month of January, a sharp Increase subject by contacting their local driving while intoxicated $200 Francis Is a member of the

cost is t6.000.. of 13.S per cent over the electric utility manager. In or 60 days and license revoked' Belle Glade unit

fii Jack Patton Is same month a year ago. The addition: many cities publish Joseph W, Shepherd, leaving BRAGG, N. C. (AHT-
Bearing completion Bruce Wafron enlisted in the
collection: was about 2 per cent annual reports which may be the scene of an accident $25 or NCI-Army) Pvt. Greg Rickets Ir
15 of a building for hi* .U. S. Army last week He and
: higher than the previous monthof helpful to contestants, be said 10 days; Walter C. Vaughan son, whose mother, Mrs. JackieM.
:1 gas on Bridge Street. Robert Charles Hammett of "
December. Thirty-four cities in Florida operate carrying concealed weapon Roberts, lives at 418 S. San
( % The cement block building is South Bay, took their oaths of
their own electric utility $100; Charles L. Klnne, petty Benito St, Clewlston, Fla., was
_\. 30x18 feet, with a 6 foot porch There were $34,371 gallons systems, and will participate in larceny disposition withheld assigned to the 82nd Airborne allegiance together, according:
,7 and flat roof with overhang. sold in Hendry in January
county sakLThey to Recruiter! Sergeant first class
the contest Thomas
pending FBI report; Alfred Division at Fort Bragg N. C.,
W. T. Maddox 'is also building 1964, on which tax was reported are: Peyton; public drunk $25; Stan- Feb. 26The Donald W. Sandstedt, and will 3a
26x43 CBS home Second to the state in February. stay together basic
a throughout
Alachua, Bartow, Blountstown ley Ross, vagrancy, sentence 18-year-old soldier enter
Avenue, lot 2, block 3. He Total gasoline collections in Buahnell withheld FBI combat training This promise
Chattahooche, Clewis- pending report; ed the Army in August 1963,
estimates cost at $12,000 the state last month were $12- too Fort Meade, Fort Piercea1ne.vWe -. Tiger Tail public drunk. S days; completed bask training at Fort and added option of serving t

Darryl E. Cox: is nearing 587,707.47. (::: Green Cove Springs Watch Billy public drank $25t Gordon. Ga., and was last stationed with the U. S. Army in Europe I
as members of the Armored
at Fort Bennlng, Ga.
branch were put in writing before
; 'Ricketson son of Leonard
their enlistment, the sergeant
t Ricketson, Montverde. is a 1963 said It', $o nice to go Trallwaysl) Our highly-trained travel
graduate of Oewlston High
experts bend over backwards to answer questions
Sandstedt your
SchooL Sgt visits the dew.istoa
courteously, completely. Help you select the most
,. Selective Cervice office
1t every fourth Tuesday afternoon scenic routes. Smooth out every detail so you enjoy s

CHEVROLET 4TH. ARMORED DIV., GEtt- to talk to persons desiring in- happy trip on America's most modern buses..
MANY (AHTNC) <- HarleM B. temaition about the Army. He
Bradford Jr.. son of Mrs. I. J.
may be reached at Room 2, on /ttQa
I, Holdridge, Clewlaton, was promoted the second floor of Thrifty
I Feb. 14 to first lieutenant ]Drugs building in Fort
in Germany where he is a or by dialing ED 7-0051,Myers Moo-

j. makes all types of quality trucks Division.member of the 4th! Armored day, Thursday or Friday. e 3.0A wA1'1M

Lt Bradford graduated In 1933

}J:. from Palm Beach High School: F.F.A. NEWS ,yatx.ll M
and graduated. in 1962 from Stetson

ri. ... University, where be wasa Friday night March 20, 1964
i member of Phi ,Kappa Tau the Clewiston Chapter Future

fraternity. Farmers of America are bold- From QewIatoa is 1.wsy

He entered the Army In July ing their annual parent-son n. PETERSBURGI 5.00I

1962, was last stationed at Fort banquet % hours faster w abort route
j Sill Okla. and arrived overseas $3.7S
Since last ;year was a bit of a
in November 1962. he Is The only; Then service
success we again are going to
assigned to Headquarters Battery US
hold it In the Agriculture
2nd Battalion. in the division's 4 Conftlllen' tripe! dilly
Building it the Clewiston High
14th Artillery Dear School. LOS> ANGELES "1.4D
Furth ''lbru.aemet via Dallas
Lt Bradford's Invitations have been sent
: wide Mary
arrangements are being
Beth, lives to Columbus Ind. made Francises Ave n. TV S-43C1
We sincerely hope those who
Phil Francis. Jr., who left have been Invited, truly enjoy TRAILWAYSiroMos

: dewbton recently for six themselves.
months' active duty as a member Dale McCall
1 : of the National Guard Reserve ) rant rovftc wow *fort
F. F. A. Reporter.YU .
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fa in Fort Jackson, S. C. 2-7602.
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FOR SALE-Used Hou e Trail- Clewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three Grace; prayer Deacon Osgood;

er. 1963, 10'xH', $500 cash and Thursday March 19, 1964 Section Two song No. 2 Choir; welcome:

take up payments. YU 2-3421. Mrs. Emma Jean Griswell; f

ADS tic song, leg by Mrs. Sadie Craw.

Harlem/ NewsNews ford; scripture!', Rev. A. H.

YOUR CLASSIFIED AD here White, Miami; selection No. 2

will be read by hundreds. Choir; sermon, Rev. James;

What have you to sell? Or what of Our Colored CommunityMRS. election, Friendship Baptist

CLASSIFIED RATES: Four FOR RENT-Trailers and Trail- IF IT'S UNIFORMS see us first. do you wish to buy? Try one for Choral group; offering Mrs.

cents per word per insertion 70 er spaces Royal Palm Trailer Nurses, Beauticians, Waitress results. Phone YU 3-1201. JANIE S. CAJADHA Colored News Editor Thelma Ziegler and Mrs. R.

cents minimum charge; lour Insertions Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic Maid Doctor's and Barber. Harris.

for the price of three. FOR Jackets. The only uniform shop FOR SALE Ironrite ironer Phone YU 2-7631 The Junior Women are grateful .. ..
10'x48' house for miles around. LINNIE'SUNIFORM gas hot water heater\ at giveaway to all who made the day a
PHONE: YUkon S1201Fersons trailer with two bedroomsand price. Call Earl Morri P. T. A. Notes March 23. A very Impressive successful OM.

all-condition. By week or SHOP 1633 Hendry son Mar26e The P. T. A. will pay tributeto program ha been arranged.

n I whose names appear month. YU 2-3421. tic Street Fort Myers. Janltfo Founders' Day at the regular Mrs W. C. Taylor Belle Glade

In the classified ads SPRING SALE ON PIANOS-4 monthly meeting Monday night Fla. will be ,guest speaker. Coach of the Tear
mar pick up two panes to RENT-One bedroom furnished uprights reconditioned, 1 Every member is asked to be

the Dixie Crystal Theatre Apartment, $7300 per Best Work- Spinet, repossessed 6 Spinets, r present and bring a friend with
month. One to two persons only. We Save You Money brand A donation of (1Is
compliments ol the News new, I console Piano, you.
Liiismi roil SALE and Theatre. Passes mut be YU 24421. tic Plastering, Simulated Stone new. Holdridge Music YU 2- asked for this very special

caUed for before Wednes Stucco-Free Estimate 4781 Clewiston. Apr2c occasion. After the program refreshments
C C.
REAL ESTATE day. Arlington Licensed and Insured O will be served in the

Invest- 23 Years In Business FOR SALE-1949 Ford. Call YU a Horn Making Room Mrs. Nor-
RTIISIDE home or FOR RENT-One bedroom efficiency .
3850 Lora Street 25641. tic ville Lee, Instructor. We are
ent property. priced FOR SALE OR RENXr-New: du. apartment utilities Fort Myers Fla. tic also expecting the honorableHomer
| under marketBRTHSIDE3 plex. three bedroom. Carport YU 2-6881. Couple only Phone ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 D. W. Beardsley J. Bible, Supt, of Public t
bedroom frame. Location: ObIspo St. between Instruction, Hendry County to
10 FREE Piano lessons with WHILE THEY!:
Immaculate LAST
frurnlshed. pacagesof
Corona and Pacific Sts. FOR be among our special guests.
RENT-Furnished cabins uptight\ piano purchased one dozen: 3"x5" scratch HtLt W NTEiJ I MEN
IRTHSIDE-2 bedroom frame Call collect. Lee Wilson, 844- and trailers Johnson any Please be present at 8 p.m.-
from till 1st at Hold. pads for
Lake now April only 23c. Place a Mrs. Annie Mitchell, President.
,000. 0351 Park Fla. tfc Camp. YU
2-1181. tic
hlEAGE is available. ridge Music. YU 2-4781. Clew- scratch pad In every room of MAN WANTED to. manage ..ndcper.te

CRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM, 2ath Dr. B. A. Bourne FOR RENT-2 and 3 room furnished Iston. Apr2c the dewlston house tor convenience. The a retail Watkins routeIn Ring CeremonyThe
News U
home. Hardwood apartment Phone 2- this area (Would consider
| frame ring for the
DEMAND GREATER THAN 1271. lady 40 to 60 years old.) Earnings ceremony
fI., EVER for houses tic FOR SALE Parakeets 12.00 class of 1964 was held Monday S
acreage, of 112500 per week from
FHA HOMES In Broward. businesses. We have up, Mynah birds, African lovebirds evening March 16, 1964 at 8
TWO BEDROOM house for rent. the very beginning. For personal
and Dade coon.earlous
him Beach In the gymnatorlum. Members
waiting. List cages, supplies.Pet p
sizes and prices. your property with Furnished or unfurnished. 312 interview In your home,
us. J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU West Trinidad. Mar26p boarding Thompson Wild write Mr. McGarity, P. O. Box of the graduating class
aU cash payment. 27501. Animal Farm Phone YUkon 2- are: John C. Brumfield, Dorothy
tfcAPARTMENT 627, Willlston, Florida 32696.
R RENT: Efficiencies and FOR RENT Quiet alrcondl- 1236. tic Mar26c J. Coleman William Barbing

uses as available.iver Mary R. Campbell, Delis
tloned and heated
sleeping Charles A. Burrows born
1000 vacant lots to select a FOR SALE-14 It. Runabout ENERGETIC and ambitiousman Henry Lois Henry. Altomes was
room with kitchen if
privileges August 10 1931 in Fort Lau-
i for all purposes. Various desired. YU 2-3421. tic boat, windshield, steering wanted for operator of Jones Earneetlne Mitchell Katie
derdale, Fla., to Mr. and :Mrs.
es., Terms. wheel and Gator Trailer. Like Independent gasoline station. Mitchell Gwendolyn Patrick

ESnIENT AND INCOME FOR RENT-FurnIshed trailer t' 'I I new. Lonnie Ford. tic Must be willing to relocate and Willie J. Pope, Sheareao Week- Albury Burrows. He attended

PROPERTY, with large Cabana room. Call have'background. Prefer man ley. Louise White Alzora Williams Dillard elementary and high
school located in hk home
p MONTHLY RENTAL. Hejent m YU 2-3252. tic FOR SALE One Amana upright REGISTERED CITRUS TREES with experience. Send brief re- and Willie! E. Williams from

CBS construction 25000. food freezer. Phone YU FOR SALE Ready to go. J. tume of experience to Harold Sponsors for this class are: town. Upon graduation
wtAe FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom high school In 1951 he was offered
M. Tomllnson Ona Fla. Phone
Miss Tis-
Miss V. Randolph
(NO TERM low Interest. row 3-1801. Mar 26c Carder Rt. 1, Box S3. Lake
14 athletic to
trailer. Sleeps 5. With RE 5-2786. tic scholarship
jrm. cane grove and ranch Placid Fla. Mar26c dale and C. A. Burrows
1 Aluminum Cabana and screen FOR SALE-Payroll envelopes, various colleges: and universities

rtgages, minimum $50,000.LISTINGS : t !STATE fOR R.EHt room. Price is right. Write Box printed with form for social ALL MAKES 21" USED TV EARN 120 per day or more In throughout the nation. Not

NEEDED XX. dewlston News Box 1236, security withholding and other SET Guaranteed, 11995 permanent route work. Will Coach of the Tear being able !to completely decide

J. M. LANKFORD FOR RENT- Clewlston. tic deductions.: Box of 500. dewlston down, 114.04 per month. LAKE train man or woman If inexperienced. which school to attend. Burrows

Re,. Real Estate Broker APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. tic Write Mr. Heath, Joined the army where he
Three rooms and bath. Phone News office, U
FOR RENT Small house. Furnished
East Sugarland Highway four serving in
Box 2766 Memphis 2, Term. spent years
YU 2-6621. Itc FOR SALE-3 foot table top
I Fire Auto and General or unfurnished. $33 FOR SALE-Three cork life Mar19p Japan Korea and Alaska After
white metal cabinet. Ward-
Insurance ROOMS per month. See Mrs. Sloan 433 being honorably discharged in
FOR RENT Call YU preservers. Coat .00 each.
robe cabinet 2 feet 3 feet
E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson Will all for 414 1954 he attended Florida A&M
Bwlston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 24881. tic tic sell three $3 00. wide, 6 feet high Call LaByers

W. Obbpo. Itp Motel. YU 22891. tic University where he played football

for one semester Burrows)

FOR SALE 4 Inch plastic flower transferred to Kentucky State

Business s::::=.. pote 4 cents each 33 for College !in Frankfort, where he
"" tl.00 while they last. Bartoll. miscellaneous WantedWANTED NOTIce OP ANNUAL MEETING played basketball for tour

// Wagon Trail Moore Haven. OK' LANDOWNERS: OK. RITTA years graduating in 1960 with

vd.nr+ MartBp TO RENT-2 bed- Nonce DRAINAGE la hereby DISTRICT given that, a B. S. Degree.
I 1 room furnished apartment or punuant to call of the Board of Burrows became a patrolmanfor
GAS : Mrs. L. M. Beck ttuprvt.ore of IUlta Dralnage
house. Permanent resident Ph.
Pletrlct the annual mating of the Pompano Beach police
EATS AND GROCERIES Appliances '* FOR SALE Packard sedan YU 3-1201. tx the landowner of Rltla Drain- department in 1960 where he
sae Dlatrlct for the year 1164
Open 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. beautiful condition, new battery WANTED Babysitting in will be held In Rltta Dralnac served until August, 1962. when

SalesService ANNOUNCEMENTS t MISC. new generator Ready to my Pump Hou.. near lake Harbor, .r he resigned to become a !teacher
home by day or week. Mrs ,
& 3 to I p.m. I'alm Tttach County Florida on u and coach Harlem
drive. Immaculate interior. Nunley dewlston Machine Thursday, April >, 1564 at pal: at Academy ,
Six Days a Week POWER GASCORPORATION Priced to sell. See at "Chuck" o'clock In the afternoon Eaitarn High\ School.
SLIP COVERS and Custom
drapes. Shop. Itp Standard Tim, fur the lurpoi !
Wells Motor Co tf
SED EVERY TUESDAY) made. Complete line of oil
1. L1.ctlsg on. 8upor.l.o.
drapery and slip cover fabrics. GLADES MERCANTILE COMPANY for th* term of thr ((5)yarn Personal Mention
or Your Spur of Moment Free estimates. Call YU 2-5831. --- Mr. Leroy Cobb la confined
Picnics CALL COLLECT authorized Singer Sew. I.:Electing a gnpervlaor to

Miles East of dewlstoo South Bay WY 8-5321 Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand lug Machine dealer's agent will fill un..plr.d term of Mr. Mrs. G. C. Harris Davis was to Hendry General Hospital

Bare Beach Upholstery tic service sewing machines In Frank I. lOcelvlnv K.I Conkllnc.annual(1.l.: : nominated the girls basketball 'where he Is recovering from

HENDIT COUNTY Malcolm W. Bigg dewtrton area every Saturday & ''and taking ouch action withr..pect coach of the year! for 1964 by burns. Friends and Relatives
thereto a* the land.
send Get Well wishes for an
Title & Abstract Co. Phone WY 6-3659 Belle Glade. ownar may dtrmln the Southeast Florida Athletic .
[ttention Cattlemen RADIO & TV SERVICE. Carith- tie 4. Transacting ouch otherbualnesa Association. early recovery.
Title Abstract*-Title Insurance .. may properly Friends of Rev. and Mil
era Radio & TV Sales with rom before the mtlnff. She Is a native of Hastings,
Is the time t* eenseBdal Public Stenographer service. Nickell Building 108 FOR SALE Apartment slue HOARD Or SUPERVISORS OT" Florida and the daughter of Mr. Leroy Holmes are delighted to
kr debts with a tag term rhotoeeprlng Duplicating RITTA DRAINAGE DISTRICT
stove. Good condition know that Mrs. Holmes is much
loan, low Interest rate, Bridge St. and Park AT*. Bond Street. dewlston. Fla. cal fI" W. C. I'.ewllt, Pr..IdusL and Mrs. Charles E. Harris Sr.,
wttb. taBene. Fla. P. O. Box 146 Phone YU 1-6<<1. YOUR PHIL 135,00. Phone YU 24271. tic El WAHTEn I, WPMEN I CN CU-Ma. 15. It, ..... of Hastings! Her early school Improved end has returned to

ORange S.UU CO DEALER. tic training was received from the her daily activities.
federal Land Bank NOW ACCEPTING bids on a NOTICE! Of HEARING Hastings Vocational Training The many friends of Mr. Leroy

WILL care for l Invalid or senile 1958 Hardtop Edsel. Needs WAITRESS WANTED-Glad clifnL AND TUB TAxPAYERS mOFKHTYOWNLfKH school under the administrationof Williams are delighted: to

See er Write EVINRUDE persons In the home. OXJcxd some work. FIRST BANK OF Restaurant. See Tony, Toull IN AND' OP. THfci CITY Mr. W. E. Harris which is know that he Is much better.

"-1796. Ft Myers. Apr2c CLEWISTON. Itc tic Oif ALL CUKWI8TUN, OTHkUS: WHOM, FWRW.A1IID IT MAY now named for the latter. Up 'We hope that he win coon be
eoNCfcllN: OIII1'.duatlDn.he entered Florida able to return to his duties. He

i tee Waleald. Bolldtag Sale and Service You.notified and each"that of the you City, are Com-hereby A&M University where she. is a faithful member of New

Bradentea, Florida million of th. City of CUwliton studied music and physical Bethel A. M. E. and serves on
New and Used Motors )Florida, In accordance with Mention .
__ the usher board.
education receiving her degree
I (bl) of Ordinance No. lit
Mario Bardwar.HATHCOCK'S of laid City, will hold a publlo in physical education.
[ Part and Accessories keariii on th. Ith day of April,
OoPS. A. l>. ll.4, at S::10 o'clock la the She Joined the Harlem Academy Card of Thank

IJJTO SALES 8KRVICK Marine Safety Eqnhnarat potnoon of laid day or a loon faculty la 1962. Since that I wish to express my sincere
the b.
th..flu matt.r
a. o.n
AvaIDVlCII none. TCkon W2U bard, In the Commission Mal time she has been the mother to thanks and deep appreciation to
STATION Inn lIoom In the City Hall on what she calls the greatest friend for
Of EM ALL NIGHT : Commerclo Street In CUirliton girls In the world. This has my many making
_We nrrtr cioae Florida, at which time all lat.. m* happy on my birthday. The
eited perioni may appear and been very promising. The girls for
surprise party, arranged me
(II. written objections, If any have been
they base to the aonfl.mallon of recipient of two will long be remembered. I am

alns Electric For prompt. Efficient the Preliminary Hewafa Aoieearnent championship> Greater Glades grateful indeed to Mrs. Carrene
Roll for Pheee No. 1 of
Invitational Tournament and
Home delivery the City of Cliwliton Sewage Reddlck, Mies Willie Mae Thomas
lepilrs. AH ApcllaBoe Which mid phi of laidytm the District\ "." Byatem and husband Collin Grla- I.
Bertrleal Cntraettog OF> THE MIAMI HKEALD We did it i ll daacrlbed, by urmlnal basketball tournament my ,
aft point and rout a* follow! well and the friends who re-

WIWsmn n.e. S-US1 Call Bobby Gid I* North of the Barbara Wilson were selectedas
wiSM occasion In life
Center of Valencia Are. on my May
MJM the Vt aide of Olympia St. all tourney players Wilson God bless) each and all of you
thence South to the Interieo. was also the highest scorer for
tlon of N. Alley and laid Respectfully,
Double "A" 1) Olympia St. Then soot to Interiotlon the season with 271 points. With Mrs. Emma Jean GrisweU.

Tampa Tn"buneRoofing of said Alley andN. this same group of girls Mr.
/ raolf Av. then North to
gjIi ( jr North lido of Faaadena Av*. Davis says that next ;year will

sad : n than Bait alone Paiadena be even better and the girls
I N ill gI slg. Are through Block llv (with Hilton's GroceryGroceries
they're three trophies

line I
projecting North
Licensed Ft. Myer :- .. .g.ta'; across Oicola Av*.) eontinulnf home. Fresh Meats ;l\ I
Q along I'aiadena to
It the .ut side of N. Atlantlo Vegetables I
Bonded News Press
I : .A... then Mouth to the Intereectlon Cold Drinks Essential' Items
11 !: S' 9'n ; ;lDt. of N. Alley and N. Friendship Baptist Chorea News We Appreciate Your
EaUmatel 011 AD Types Home Delivery !i .Q nOW. Atlantl Av*. then Nut
I Booting and : i" !: it ;!! .. through Allay to Laparana: The Junior Women's Mission Patronage
Painting O. CAMPBELL : g.
W. I
.: Av* with a line northward Mr. and Mrs. Thanioa nniosi
Phone YU 3-1131 Plron.2.2721 : : [&: f ogSil: il along Dan Pedro lit. and but: was in charge of service; Proprietor
I. A.aa Circle .IIP. to a point approal'oat.ly throughout the day Sunday,
CLEwIsToN = i1 :
lit7. .
TLA, Th* line then
II Mr : .
v n4 es' t:-fi "eastward alone March 15. The order of service! :
: :;$ tc ca. !S' : iiI! k.peransa:. to a point Appro- was as follows:

in J .;;. ocJ! ca..30S : ;; "3.d ImaUly Bt ISO'From Beat the of Intoraeotlon Francisco -' 11:00: ajn.ong, Near the Harlem ClubYour
: gca.i =
ESTATE c of: Epr*" a Are. and Cross; prayer Deacon Jessie Favorite Mixed Drink
REAL S' S' .9' franolaoo 81. North to Allay
:: '=' ca.i rei between Eaperanaa: Avo. and Johnson; hymn, Father I Chicken
g D lg.I Fried Sandwiches
Special Value !ti Conoordla Ave. thence east Stretch My Hands To Thee;
..51ip ( : to Han Lrieco ML Scripture Rev. M. Monday Recorded Music
rRANK DENMEAD ICx Beginning at a point ap-
I. a B l'' : n !. pros 4UK wait of Olympia Miami; welcome, HIM Willie Popular Bands
Realtor I R i D" ;!! 3. .. .. "t.ut along the south aiduof Mae Thomas Junior Mr. and Mrs. Wm Wallace,
; sang
s .
P V.stura .A. Theme coot
[ Proprietors
III E. El Pas Are ; : J s: acro.' tmympla Street. th.n Choir; reading Mrs. Taknadgo

Frravb iI :; = II! =- : J North to the intersection of Moody; solo, Miss Clara Moore;
dewfaten. Fla. YO M421 f Olymyla St. and South Alley,
U 9: 33s iiia.: :: = S then cut to "'""Iflo Av*., introduction of speaker Mrs.

Very profitable General Merchandise business In color- : g.2J -= then eolith to the lateraeetloa Emma Jean Crlswell; speaker, JULI 'SBEAUTY
of Pacific' and Ventura
NClion, of Indlamtown. Fla. Building\ land futures and ,.. ie mSUGARLAND : -! Ave then ea.t to the Interaeotloa Mrs. Susie Eeckton. District( NOOK:

9.OOOlnooCluded nprice, i, a clean operation and Nets 52 J : e..lr of Atlantlo and Ventura President Senior Women of the ,
Avewlth Since tb.ou.hm
: !!: For That New' Look
I' D Qri-f: ii: : -;. allay of Blocks Ii4,tll6t?, Klsslmmee Valley Association.

t.lOOl: room- Norttt aide of Highway. Large corner Y S'r a' l3 Si: :; the and Intcreeotlon S41) Than of S Alley Response Rev. M. Monday; offering Tinting Ne-Appointment Styling patting. t

tce1entDar Shade and
or Mayd.. } : s .5= ; a. to San Diego tttreet The line Mrs. M. Dlaon. Friday SaturdayMrs.
: M : : g..f n sii at the Interaction of Franeleao Julia Bales, Proprietor
1 00
H Section. St. and B. Alley turn : pjn. Song, Amazing
120 acre. $120. per) acre. r So..:: :rs Booth to the Intaraectlon of

Drop: home In Pahobe will. trade for Clewls. : : ; :1: El thence Paao ant and FraaclMo to a Street ap.pros. -

...,. ".000 eQ1 t7. ? t".iQ. ; If East of I.D'I:
84 then' aouth to the Sewn e
Three T treatment Plant site Tn
bedroom on, bath. Large caner fc,. 07500.u Block\ fit, and other line ELITE GROCERY
Two thereto eoaaeotod..
8& of.ud. muck land. 15 rnfles .South of Staid preliminary assessment
-. PC ere. Long term. roll showing the lot and block
treated, the record title holder
Sn+u Or Groves tract. Ca- and the amount .f aiiamnlon Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies
tee. fern 2% to 10 acre each lot I* .. file with the
Rives aDd at t LDBeli Fla. MOTORS City Clerk In th. City Hall and
I* available for pabll Inspection, Cold Drinks Clewiston News
rap say of *
extra sped value caD .f the City HaIL
Place conn peered ... ao> Other Items
Frank DcaxaeadBe 841 E. Sugarland Hwy./ CITY o/CLCwnrrow. nonroA.gy .

*. .rker IIDI Q E a FRM C. IKMLjcity Clark For Information Call YU 27651tLASSIFIED
x1Jr ru & ABC Q1.10 !
5U24421 :r 1D By I C. WEBB, Deputy4a1
: City : ,
I' fees to Dial its,R a Realtor' ..1-...... If, S.....


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Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Fla. era Auto tradition ol constantly fellowship to 'the University of It .U a necessity that he be.valab1ein New books in
Thursday March Ig, 1964 Section TwoI expanding suet ner services Miami Lr School he finishedhis each county; at least
while offering the utmost In graduate studies with an all ence every week. The citizens -
quality at competitive prices." "A" average, and Is now' candidate of the circuit: pay the State public libraryThe 60'xlO' 3-bedroom Early
Mr. Swansea said the company for Master of Laws degree Attorney to serve In this. capacity American
I Catalog Department announcedby will use 1U existing network at University of Miami. He and it is my sincere Intention following new books hawbeen
of large warehouse centers completed a tour of duty with to .fulfill this obligation, placed on iIbe shelves of
t I'' throughout the U. S. to the U. & Air Force where he rather than devote time to a the Clewiston Public Library
Western Auto Store peed!: : merchandise to custom worked M administrative specialist. private practice of law" this past week, reported Mrs. MarletteCommander
X ers. Specially designed catalog, ; Alice W. Ford, librarian
order desks have been Installed "The Good Master" by Kate
y The Clewlston Western Auto! his customers in the next few He assisted with criminal Investigations
in all con. store and .ost Tree," by
pany n invitedto Seredy "The Singing
dealer store, owned by W. A. days. Anyone who does not receive in the State Attor.ney' Masons ;
dealer stores, he said. Eye "The Swiss Family
'' Kate Seredy;
Norman, this week announced office during the summers

a catalog can get one by
catching signs will call atten- Robinson by Johann Wyss;
the opening of a new catalog coming to the store, be said. while still a student at
Von to the order center;! His
and Bunyan
order center as an added service Tennessee Ernie Ford, popular Duke University. He has beena lectureResidents
I member of the Order Axe," by Dell McCormick,
for customers of this area. radio and television personality of re-
1 Mr. Norman said the new has been signed to feature seeksDad's !Molar\ is a member of International of Moore Haven These are all classified as Junior -
)' service is part of a nation-wide the new catalog: service on his Smiley, Toastmajters. Jaycees and Clewlston area have been Fiction.
.j', catalog: order program being ABC network television show. First Methodist Church of Brad- extended an invitation by Worshipful In Youth Fiction are the following the wide
r 0 launched by Western Auto at He also will present a series of enton where he teaches the master Don Galasslnl to : "The Day of the joins selection of Marlette
this time through its 438 company radio commercials describing former job College-Career class. lIe was attend a lecture "Mason's Link Bomb," by Karl Bruckner; and
0:: stores and more than 4,000 the new catalog order program. organization chairman for the with Youth" in Clewlston on "Johnny Tremain," by Esther Great Lakes Mobile Homes on
'J u home-owned and operated deal. In addition Western Auto will W. M. Smiley Jr, Bradenton Manatee County Young Democratic Thursday, March 19. The meeting Forbes; "The Unchosen," by display
er store This will constitute highlight the new service In its Attorney, con of former state at- Club which one:year later is open to the public and Nan Gilbert; "Meet the Aus-
\ the largest single group of catalog national advertising program torney Smiley, has filed as can- won a Most Outstanding In will begin at 8:00: in the Sug-- tins," by Madeleine L'Engle; Also see our new Roll-R-Room
N 1. order centers in the U. S., and more than 200 dally news didate for State Attorney, opposing Florida award and ranked second :- arland Masonic Hall. "Paul Bunyan." by Ether Shep. and our
be said. papers. : incumbent Frank Schaubin as Moat Outstanding the J, Borden O'Keefe, a 32nd hard, and "Who Wants Musicon
.j t The distribution of millions of Mr. Norman pointed out that the May primary. Smiley was foiled State He was named degree Mason of Lake Worth, Monday?" by Mary Stolz. used trailers. All these at the
t '::1 colorful catalogs ia now being the new catalog order service: born in Arcadia and raised in "Outstanding Student Young will give the talk which will be Among the new no&iflction
;. made in all sections of the nation enables him to offer literally, Bradenton. He attended Duke Democrat of Florida." He Is a of great interest to the younger books are "Heredity and Human
>.u and should be completed thousands of merchandise items University, Stetson College of law partner with his father In generation. The speaker is past Life," by Hampton Car
Iii soon. The catalog with 320 which space would not permit Law in St. Petersburg and Emory Bradenton. master of the Delray Beach son; "Animal Worlds," by Mar-
.it. pages: lists thousands of items him to display in his store. Law School, Atlanta, and Smiley said "All eight counties Lodge, past District Deputy ston Bates;" and two new reference CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES to.
1 offered by Western Auto. Mr. "We know that many of our was president of Phi Delta Phi in the circuit equally deserve Grand Master of the 26th District works, which can be ,
Norman said be will complete customers will welcome the opportunity legal fraternity at Emory, chief: the personal attention ot) present Wise Master of used in the library: "Portraits
,''J distribution of the catalogs to ," he said, "to sit at justice of the Honor Court and the State Attorney without placing the Rose Crox of Lake Worth. of Greatness," by the renowned 830 E. Sugarland Hwy. YU 2263AMERICA'S
home and shop the complete graduated as a ,member of the the bulk of responsibilityupon Refreshments will be served Yousuf Karsh; and "History of
docket tnerchandlst lines in our new academic honor roll. Under a Grand Juries or assistant following the meeting. Art," by H. W. Janson.
City Western Auto catalog. There'sa

Il surprising selection: of values ... .'
Cases disposed of by Acting from barbecue grills to vitamin t,
;. City Carlos Include .
Judge Dickey ." :
1J Wlysee Bailey, charged pill Mr. Norman explained that '- ,';:T:::.. .
with DWI, was reduced to wilful '
.. -
one of the most important features "
1 and wanton reckless driv c ;.
of the new service is that .::.ri. '
: fog $100 or 30 day; Eugene 1' ., ,
.t prices shown in the catalog: are < ji:
''01.' Smith, disorderly; conduct $35 the prices !the customer will 01',",,,",..'<:':" .. '
;. or 15 days, with a promise! of ;
pay, including postage and delivery : '. ,';
4 J straight time Should be appear costs. The customer does "" ,.
,.,. before Dickey again; William not have to figure weights, J !: /
Ed Dean, unlawful speed, $38 or freight rates, or chipping charges t t"u
lJ' 10 days; William J. Woodward and then add transportation :0';
4 careless driving, $15 or 5 days; ; .
5 :
costs to the price of the mer- '
Wm. E. Barton, careless driving :
chandise. All charges are in .
causing an accident, $10; cluded in the listed catalog 'e,: : :
I' T. J. Crawford disorderly, con price. < iA fHJ.

duct, dismissed with court cost He also emphasized that Western t
of $1250. Auto will extend Is long most modern
Stanley Ross was sentenced to standing policy of satisfactionor refinery
$35 or 15 days and 90 days, suspended money back to Include all :
provided he never be catalog order b trchanJ'si J.i '."
caught in Clewiston again! for At the company's borne office -
vagrancy; Charles Klnne, convicted in Kansas City, Western :" :
of petty larceny, $75 or Auto President A. C. Swanson ; ; j'
25 days and 90 days ) Florida1With
suspended said the company's: entry into
4. provided be never enter Clew the catalog order field "is la Wf w ;k..,:' now I serving

!, iston again keeping; with the 55-year West- ..: ( \II :y: '

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.I''{' / Announcing. ;: : : ":'" ,; ; With giant strides, the South marches forward.


,.'I .1- J fl: .' '" ) income! And-far more automobiles requiring

the ... '::'N.r.t..'. ;1I 4f:.'..: hundreds of millions; of gallons of petroleum

... .. '- :,'< products each
... year. ,

t': openingof ;.J".1" To match this growth, we have recently completed t

::w '.,(" construction of America's most modem oil refinery

J. ....... at Pascagoula.
our ... II

,.1 I : ; Covering 2600 acres, this refinery is fed with crudeoil

I from the Gulf Coast fields through the longest

: new9hole 4' t x underwater pipeline in the world. With a capacity tr
f : .
r i ..
in excess of 100,000 barrels
car* a day. ? it is one of the n

world's largest refineries.
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11: t This new refinery embraces all of the latest

I' technology of oil refining '
particularly in the
,t' MINIATURE: : 5
rt r production of more powerful automotive gasolines.

'e } These completely new Standard Oil gasolines'

i J :; 'S.8988: 1 are on their way to you now. Try them at your t

asses e e F F-' Standard Oil dealer's, soon.! h
J. .

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new Gulf CoaSt refinery is another example of
COURSE ''3 = C' Standard Oil's Wig ahead to serve the South. j t '
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