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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Postage Guaranteed. Sea PM--Sub. $4 Year CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1963 VOLUME 38-NUMBER 17


S. Dunaway of and heads The members reviewed the report '--
County Fal!* Liveo of the treasurer
Rodry and discussed
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Show lor next year. He wan several suggestions which City Awards First
at the meeting of the memK have been made concerning the rep
held Tuesday night in thefcUiturat Fair operation In the past. il. t, )
I
.t the Fairwads k
Center Among the suggestion which will
in Qewiston. be passed on to the new officer
are Gratton were:
officer
orie!User, vice president: Frank Vel- Handling the Beauty Contest u I Sewage Contract '

secretary and John Corbln a Fair project. Instead of asking :
asurer. the Elks Club to sponsor It ..... I
R. L. (Bob) Reduce the number of exhibit
amsciErnieMiler, Frank Vel- booths allotted to the schools Smith, Sweger Construction Company joining Industrial Canal for the
Gene Harrison. Gratton Use more Inc.. of Clearwater wa plant at a price of $1,88650 was
and Mrs. Ethyl Willis. products In vegetables the fruit and awarded contract for the city' reported and accepted The com
rie directors are Dunaway exhibits. R yM47 sewage collection: system Monday mission authorized execution of the
Idover Frank Polhill. Dave Pat Offer cash awards Instead of rib- night The commissioners mad necessary; papers and payment of
thin and, Raymond Ross bone for winning exhibits. the award on the recommendationof the sum.
on Plan the erlire program earlier Gee and Jenson consulting engineers Green then presented a set of
to Insure getting needed educational to the low bidder of six preliminary plans for the treatment
,egislative News type exhibits which are not bids received two weeks earlier plant and the commissioners accepted -
available unless reservations are Sweger's bid was 20214820. and : them as preliminary. This
Jow Availablejirouf I made several months ahead. he agreed to complete the job In plant will require a comparativelyshort

Plan better distribution of the 200 days Mr. Sweger was present time. to construct, so the
the courtesy ol our Fair booklet prolr to the Fair. nM4'P at Monday night's meeting" of the engineers and commissioners are
fWttenUttTe. C. E. Miner and The commission as was Fred Greene concentrating on getting the longer -
eater E. 0. Friday, the various organizations who representing the engineering firm. job underway so the collection
have named their :
Clewlstoa News Is receiving representative to system will be ready when the
the Fair tnembershlp and the a The contract was awarded subject -
opts of the Journal ef the .' plant is completed.
and members are: to validation of the bonds
of Bepresentatlvee -- --- -- Leon
House Mayor Bembry; presided at
which are to finance the project
the Journal of the Senate offte VFW W. F. Nail Bernie AT THE OPEN the meeting. Present were Commissioners .
Bryan HOUSE OF THE NEW HENDBT loath ef McCullonih Farm Supply, Fort Myers The commissioners discussed the
39th rerular seeslo ol the ; Lions, R. L. Adams; American COUNTY BANK IN LaBELLE SUNDAY AFTERNOON and Elvah C. Burke ef LaBelle, hear the Intricacies contract briefly with Mr. Sweger Mattson Sikes, Jones
Uftolature of the State ef Legion Ernie Miller Frank Vel- .. L. Yeoman Jr., director listens with of the machine explained by Mrs. Mary C. then moved Immediately into the and Attorney Dickey City Manager -
Florida from the date of ItaCOIIeaInI tre; Legion Auxiliary Gervls Hath- Mayor Leon Bemhry of Clewlstoa. A.. R. MeCnl- Peters teller More than 800 persons visited the legal process necessary for the Issuance C. M. Pirkle and deputy clerk
April 2nd. cock Eula O'Nell; Chamber of bank Mrs. Marie Webb.
during the afternoon.-STAFF PHOTO. and validation of $300,000 in

net copies are available Commerce H. T. Vaughn .Jr.; II I I clgaret tax certificates This Involved r
who wishes to leek Elks, Rick Mattson; BPW Beryl adoption of a 21-page resolution -
for anyone
thnoi h them for any Information Bowden; Beta Sigma Phi Lois Hendry County Bank Open House MINER BACK which had been prepared by Petty Thievery

relative to the regular Jepson; PTA A. W. Lawrence ON CAPITOL HILLC. City Attorney Carlos Dickey and
Stop by the Now Richard Kreidler: Garden Club, required one hour for reading
olllce.C. Mrs. S. C. Fry; Fire Department I Attracts 500 Well Wishers SundayMore E. Miner St., Hendry County aloud. Commissioners took turns .t Proves CostlyFour
dewlston. T.ft.Ca.on; Civil Air representative is back in harnessin this arduous chore.
Patrol Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Doane; than ZOO persons attended as Indication of the growth and! the state legislature. His arrival The firm offer of U.S. Sugar
City Commission F. C. Slkes. all the Open House at the Hendry prosperity of the, county and the delayed on doctor's orders, he Corporation to sell the city 3.213 headache powders cost a
S. Mott Pool l lIs of Clewlston; City Commission. La-I County Bank in LaBelle Sunday; area which is served by the communities reached Tallahassee a week ago acres in the south east section ad- man $75 in dewiston this week.
Belle R. E. Byrd; Lions dub, afternoon, and were greeted b 1; of dewlston and LaBelle. and picked up his duties on various He tried to steal them from a local -
Gene Harrison; American Legion directors and their wives who assisted committee assignments. supermarket and an alert '
Now OpenThe Leon Rennolds; Legion Auxiliary in the hospitalities. He Is Ttee chairman of pub- NOTICECounty clerk saw him hide them in his

Helen Rider; Beta Sigma Phi Mrs. President K. J. Curtis, vice president Weekly Calendar lie lands and parks| to a member Service Officer Frank sock.
I I'cll
CS. Mott Swimming Pool, W. H. Taylor; Woman's Club. Mrs. and cashier W. E. Dlckson ef the agriculture public E. Vein will be away at the The store manager called po :,
bal been open only for school M. R. Thomas, Mrs Kenneth Sar- and other directors conducted 'Thursday, April Mi amusements resolutions and state service officers conference lice. The police got the four headache -
gent; PTA. Gene Wells Fire De- 10.00: a.m. School Board powders from their hiding
rimming classes this spring, ; groups of visitors on a tour of the specialmeeting memorials ,state advertisingand and school from May Otis
partment Wilbur Howard an ofUaBelle II place. The man pulled $200 cash
,
red to the public yesterday modern air-conditioned' building. lections committees through May 12th. Offices In
louri will necessarily be limited ; County Commission while their wives greeted them .t, 7:30: p.m.-Lions, installation and He reported to the News yesterday Clewlstoa and LaBeUe will be out of his pocket and put up bond.

fcUl! the arrival of a new asslstbt Oration George; County School the entrance, presided 4 the peat Ladles Night' at Glades Pit that legislation was com- closed during that period. In municipal court he plead
I t saId Gene Fuller dewiston Boardi Joe M. Hall; Felda Community book> and the refreshment table Room t plete which sets the boundary line guilty and was fined $75.
(creation director. Mrs. Ethyl Willis; Agriculture Many visitors from ,dewiston 1:00: p.m.-Rebekah Lodge between Hendry and Glades counties "I used to 'just warn people who
teachers R. L. Pape and Jim (where it follows State Road were caught stealing to stay out
Bill Courtner elementary school Moore Haven, LaBelle. Immoka- Friday, April Ml I Weekend Crashes
!Culligan. I 80)) on the north right of w.yline of the store" said the man.er."but ,
ocher Is assist ng/Fuller'In su.TvMng lee and other towns joined the La- 2.00: p.m.-Tigers play in baseball
the pool on, a temporary, ; Belle residents in making the opening tournament In Belle Glade of the highway Previous border On Local Streets this is getting so common
,3il. of the bank memorable was In the center of the highway we are having to take too many
a 7:30

p.m.-Audubon
: in
Miss Weetman Makes Society which resulted in necessity of establishing losses and we are determined to
The pool Is open from 3:30: to occasion. Many floral arrangements Methodist Social Hall Sugarland Highway the main
30 pm oa Tuesdays, Wednesiyi and potted plants added to exact point of accidentsor street of dewiston. was the scene put a stop to it,"
Thursdays and Fridays; High Honor RollThe ,the beauty of the setting and expressed Saturday April 27: other,occurrences on the highway of two accidents in quick succession
am HI and from and Beta Sigma Phi Founders to determine which county] .
a m. 1-4 p.m. congratulations good Saturday afternoon.At
College of Wooster In Woos- had jurisdiction All other local You Can Make
i Saturdays. Sunday hours are wishes of the senderi. Day Banquet at Inn 4:30 a Cadillac sedan driven ,
)30pm. to I p.m. ter. Ohio, has announced that. Miss ; _The 'banVpened'? for business 7:30: .pm.-4-H j tub Awards Banquet bills have been introduced said by Burnard Harrises wish HubertC. ,- '
01-
The charge remains the same Georgia Weetman daughter of Dr. Tuesday morning at :30 and there at Bugadand Park Miner the Hospital except Authority the one requestd which has by, Foskey of'Royal Palm Trailer This Library Week

i last year 10 cents for children and Mrs. L. M. Weetman of this 1IIeft people waiting in line to Bandar, April 281 been scheduled for Introduction as Park as a passenger attempted a Governor FarM Bryanrha1. ".. "

nil 25 cents. for adults.. city has been named to the high open their checking and savings 12:30: p.m.-Cathollc Pariah Picnicat soon as the required advertising left turn and went in the path of proclaimed this week "Library
S honor roll for the first semesterat accounts and to rent safety deposit C. D. Hines home In Sug Is completed. of a 1963 Corvalr driven by Ramon Week" In Florida and calls

Club Is Told the college. >oxei. arland Park: Donestenez of Miami which was upon all eUlsene to renew their
from the east In the
Miss Weetman is a senior at the The opening of the second bankIn 2.00: p.m'-su..rland Band Concert approaching Interest la and support ef ear
resulting collision the Cadillac had
Of Russian Life colle.e.Elementary. Hendry County was accepted Monday, April in Park.ztl Sports Car $350 damages and the Corvalr $230 pnblle special libraries.No events. have beea M

Noon-Rotary Club at Inn damage. planned by local libraries but
Bob Cromwell president of the Tuesday, April'30r! Group FormsA Harrison was charged with making the Clewlstoa Library Board,
immunity Savings and Loan A- Band Clinic Concert and an Improper turn and Dones L M. Weetman chairman,
elation of Riviera Beach whore Dinner tenez was charged with speed too ealls attention, to the even
nty! took businessman's group of local sports fans met
a tour
Wednesday May li great for conditions.
Improving stock ef boob whichare
f Soviet Oat last Saturday and decided to form
Russia .
and other Com- Noon-Klwanls Luncheon at Inn Forty minutes later a 1957 Buick available to local resI.den" ,
the Glades Car A.aocl.tion.drawln
uaist Sports ,
dominated '
countries, wasJtary'i Thursday, May 2' members from the entire sedan driven by Norma Staples at BO cost la the public
speaker Monday. Noon-Lions dub at Inn Glades area from Pahokee to Edmonds, of dewiston, ran amokon Ubnr). 'The library beard to
'
Cromwell confined his remarks Moore Haven. the highway just east of the now aa authoritative body operating .

observations on Russia itself. Ronnie Lee was elected president intersection with Central Avenue. the library for the City
ie difference in the product of a Delegates Chosen ; Mrs. Phil Francis, secretory She crashed into the 1958 Ford sedan ef Clewlston.
pltallst regime and a communist and treasurer; Raymond Yon to owned by U. T. Koch Sr., Citizens ean observe the week
time was first noted in the Rusm For National Meet handle ,publicity at the initial which was parked in the proper by aslng their library more.
airplane in which the tour meeting! held at the Francis home parking lane, and knocked it Board members also urge some
U made. The exterior and en- President G. N. Pltzen and Vice on Pasadena."It against the 1952 Nash owned by readers to snoop around their
M of the Jet transport was of President Claud Glddens were is our intention to have organized Marian Lee, which was 'parked own book shelves and find and
A quality but the Interior Cn,1 chosen: as delegates to the inter- recreation for interested lust ahead of it. Koch's car bounced return borrowed boob which
everyone -
, of the plane Its comfort and national Klwanls Convention which in sports cars, even against the light pole while the are long overdue.If .
wnc( was of very inferior qual- will be held in Atlantic City this though they do not own such cars," I Nash went forward to strike a 1960 everyone would return
k to 7, compared to other airlines summer at the Wednesday noon Lee said :Future plans call for a I Falcon owned by Harold DeTar their overdue boob and pay
' laid.Mm 1 r.. luncheon. Selected as alternates by "time" track, where individualcars of Moore Haven. the fines. It would be a tine
WM true of the airport fellow club members were James will be clocked over a winding Damages were estimated at 1300 way to observe Library Week, I
"MUD* and other facilities The Brandon secretary and C J. Nlelson. course. He emphasized that to the Bulck causing the accident; thinks the librarian. 1

*"Ji were lengthy numerous .treasurer this is not a hotrod club and participants 1450 to the Koch car; $400 to Lee's I

of. excellent, but the buildings featured la Sunday's Concert la the Part Dr. Mike Mlllcevlc gave a verTInterelt1.a at the course will compete Nash and $50 to DeTar's Falcon.
... TRIO will be Audubon
"..OOT. unattractive and in- THE CORNET Left to right. Michael Roberts director Jaek talk on pure bred against the clock. NO DRAGGING Mrs. Edmonds was charged with Society
1quate.( by the SlIIarland BaaeL and the to have her vehicle under
". breeding current crossbreeding he continued. failure
RussIans give little or BO thought 8eou. Cheryl Waters and Joe Elders who win play "Jim-tnrBU'IU.-Dandle."- ---_. operation now being car- As the club gets better organized control causing an accident She Will Show FilmsThe I

o comfort or convenience, he said. ried on by the United State Sugar they will attend "road rallies" of was taken to the local hospital .
'"r People own cars; the homes elementary band was organized InSepterr.L Corporation.In similar clubs in the state Present where she was admitted and was Lake Okeechobee Audubon
Band
''ft very dreary looking their tin 'er and they win present his talk Mllicevio noted that plans call for a $3.00 charter membership reported remaining in a sleeping Society will meet Friday evening at
soh and sagged several selections. :, there is no perfect pure breed of fee until June 1, at which condition for more than four hours 7:30: In the First Methodist Church
:; the Americans appearance of pictures reDded To ParticipateIn Th High School Band will feature cattle suitable to both the housewife time memberships. will increase to Police who investigated the accident Social Hall. Mrs. W. P. Jernigan
r frontier days In their the cornet trio composed of and the cattle breeder. The 110.00. said she was emotionally upset has arranged the program which
7. own coun- Park Concert Joe Elder Mike Robert and closest to ideal marketable cowsIs A second meeting is planned in at the time of the accident. It Includes a showing of film on
RUIIla" Cheryl Waters Selections from a cross between Brahman and the near future, meanwhile inter- was also reported that she had Florida Birds! Their Nests and
!Ien apartment house are Members of the dewlston Elementary Oklahoma will be played by the Hereford or Angus the combination ested parties may contact any of taken sleeping pills)> prior to drlvng Eggs.
J!hints Clothing tortes high with no ele- Band will open the third Sugarland music makers and the of which gives rapid growth, the officers or write to the club down the street. The public Is invited to attend. I II

*, and Is seldom inferior has no "Concert In the Park" Sunday general public Is invited to hear tender quality meat and trates itself P.O. Box 1001, dewiston, I,
' dl-froomcd.) pressed; no one afternoon. April 28. at 2 p.m. Th these concerti. There la nO admission which blend for Florida living. Fla. .
Automobile I charge and they are held Immediately -

at their same factories INS models are turning bu1ld- I Lions Install behind tile Chamber of t tI! '1n

'g 'bout have Z50 no cars cash per register day. BuaItllel no- I Dick Baker Tonite Commerce The complete building.program 1 Is as fol- Hendry County Leads State .". n:. I

AJOkkeepln, machine. A bank the R. G. (Dick) Baker will be installed lows:
'en VIsited Ctewis- "March Valllsnt,4' Paul Koepke; In Personal Per IncomeHendry
had of the Capita
no president tt
1UD1I. but checking .c- as "Glory of Love" Billy Hill; "Deep I
dinner
did I at
tonight a
have I
savings ..cIUDts ton Lions Club Hymn Tune,'! Handel
JlaUons, PayIng 3 to S per cent Cal meeting at which members will Harmony "Chorale Prelude-Deep County .,aIo.had the cline of .. per cent was noted from
eca. were made by use of an bring their wives or dates as Parker; ," Denis Wright; "Square highest ,average per capita personal '1960,to ,1961. (from $3,087 to 13.-
About I r.ests.-The dinner will be held at Dance Harmony Medly.. Richard liaise; Income in Florida during 068). The state average for 1960 t
' IS i 7.30 la th* Pit Room of the GladesRestaurant "Little Champ." Ted Mesang; 1961 latest year for which figuresare was $1,985 and for 1961, $1,990 an

'It' toto"emusniepeffatnIsobeing I ."Jim". Dandles," Harold L. Walters available the University of Increase of .2 per cent.
rid rockets 'or missiles] he Installing\ office:. fill, be BuDD. cornet trio; ."Luitsplel Over- Florida Bureau of Economics and Glades County showed an Increase -
Ragene McCall. Bell Glade,. deputy u ture" Keler Bela,' 'Dixie." Pan Business Research reveals. Hendry of t.$ per cent, or from $1.648 .-
:Jeaker Faller istroducadthe trict governor. "Oklahoma," Richard County's; average was.t ,OM, and to 1,710 from 1960 to 1961. I
f t and caring Dickey preaJd1.t Other officers are ]C. W. Wearer Emmet; Orange .County+ was rseeond, with Okeechobee showed a loss of 11 percent I
the meeting., Greg Esser and George Kemp Rodgers. $2.430. from $1,192.to,$1,061; High
ji.2nd and third vk presiderdsrespectivebl Average per capita income in lands'gained 6 per cent Lee lost .,', I
School age Jepson Sec Freshman Car Wash Florida although rapidly rising 9 J per cent II I
Board Holds reterytreasurerandWm.A.DaES; : .- during the 1850's has hit a plateau ,The largest percentage gala was 1 t
vis Wendell ,hghaley Freshmen at CHS are holding a the study reveals. Dr. Madclyn L. made by tiny Baker County a 20 j
Special Meet Today .Mamaand: P. ..McPhail, direc- Car Wash Saturday from '::30 Kafoglls, who prepared the study per cent gain from $973 to $1470. J

tors. out .11 day at the Wayside Park and shows that while the,income figure Manufacturing and agricultural '
.:: Rendry ,Count7,'''Bard rod il uoy .member' are dosing W. E. Bolton's residence, S34 rose by $679 in the decade ending income Increases were credited >tlq
e .. and Mr*
..
.1rUctIonm hold a ape l their annual light bulb sale I E.: Crescent Drive price 'JO covers in 1960 the per capita income! in with offsetting the decline Iff construction .. TIGERS,LISTEN: INTENTLY 1TO,COACH BTJREN, HALL as I*
ileeting this CCDmtment i a complete report 011 I cleaning outside and inside. 1961 was only $J higher than the income. ((11 was the year: talks te them ea the beach prior to their game*. The Timers play' la the f
:: s :: 01 teacher. tar I \ which baa been d.lreC-very: Can YU 2-2701. If you wish a driver previous :year. of a big citrus Income. It was not baseball towraameut at Pakokee CIlIa Friday al Sit Pm.STAFF; _

It 4.La an of the .choola 01 this year UDder I will call for your ear. la Hendry County a slight de- ed. ,rBOTO.Dunaway .
I' tlon of Bill Baker chairman.


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Interesting his teetn with a long, curved fingernail quickly :
forth an succeeded
Page J THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS Thurs' AprU 25, 1983 county commissioners the needed mandate to levy one mill bya guns comment, brought. that's line, but how shaped especially for that down the back of the In '
majority of seven ((7)) votes even before the absentee ballots about those adults who are shooting purpose. That' bid must have been During the

:; were in. This piece of utter foolishness was quickly correctedby guns at fish and turtles in the I a whopper, as everyone calmed: it upon myself resulting to tunnon I
The Clewiston News the absentee voters who killed it by 45 votes, 4248 to 42031In canals Inside the city limits. An down now The' picked teeth had was only one man evlporlte'
addition to the state aid of $284,544 already distributedto Inquiry as to whether be was upset separated the men from the boys ever pulled a faster In hl

i "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston 24 qualified counties, the State Library Budget Request for because: he wasn't getting his The' acutloneer resignedly called Houd1n1. \lSDlshlD(
and Hendry Count,." 1963-1965 includes the request for state aid for the Biennium share of turtle steaks brought a; for last bids. He started swinging When it cornel

Published every Thursday' at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston, 51,317,705 with an estimated $577,706 for 32 counties in 1963-64, quick NO, so for his benefit the gavel down to signify! the last stick to bridie. to hldd1q,
in.
Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. and $739,999 for 45 counties in 196465.To how about those shooting "real"guns bid was
limits? 4as ? instant the hawk-sized --
In the that
1 i Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927 at the Post qualify for thIs aid a library must be legally operated, city At stabbed cleanly through
Office In Clewiston Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, provide at least $20,000 from the entire library unit in local '- horsefly] Fire
Red roses to our taBelle neighbors the back of my neck.: My reflexes Damages
i 1871. funds, and meet standards of operation that any library would on the completion of their Instantly brought my open palmto

NATIONAl EDITORIAL OnID expect to meet, i.e. to provide a qualified director have one outlet new bank. A large number of Clew- the point of distress with a resounding -

(IA ( N in the system open at least 40 hours a week, and use a stand- istonites visited during open house "clap: !" i, Clewiston HomeThe
F +U : : pA ard system for cataloging and checking out books. Sunday, and It is truly an asset to The' result was borri e. The' auctioneer
to the town and Bendry County.
IVI Because most cities in Florida!. are small and therefore unable forces to be caught: completely: by surprise residence of fl. J. Dev
MUo\KI The organizing are with
smashed his fingers
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher U t 0 financially to support good library services alone, it is Important congratulated for their confidenceand was damaged by lire otttlknown

4 S. H. STALLS Managing! Editor OC .Het that cities and counties work together to establish libraries desire to Improve "our area." the The gaveL important -looking rancherby : origin Saturday *.
'
Subscription Rates .......... $400 per year r'Ot\' on a broad tax basis and with a large enough population the arena wall bolted out of his The Volunteer Fir, De
(Return Postage Guaranteed) to command a good book collection and a well trained and seat with such: force that he lost answered the alarm aCi I

i Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 11201AdverU.ln qualified library staff. I fUllER'S FOLLIES his balance and fell over the wall p.m. and found fire in a bt !:
In the SuwannM River Regional Library seven small Into a terrible mess. This stampeded where the bed and clothta.?!
Rates on application.\ The management reservesG I
north Florida counties have tor library therein and they destroyed. There wis
G the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! a budget of about $70,000 By AL FULLLE the cattle other furnishings and to damaa TIng
THE NEWS ...am.. no roaponalblllty for the return of unaollclted purposes They hare a fin* book collection a highly Itself, the -
manuacrlpta or photographaTHB trained head librarian: ten library branches In he( seven Have you ever been to a cattle 80000. totalling an latin
NEWS a um** no financial raaponalblllty for typographical
error or omralaalona In advertisement but If notified of cock error be- auntie! and two bookmobiles with highly capable bookmobile auction? PIZZAYU The' house is owned Jar
the issue of the will reprint correctly that part of the by TJA
fore nest paper &
librarians them
on covering regularly scheduled stopson If you're not a cattleman take
1 advertisement In which the error occurred In the event a lime clamant Corporation and OCCUpied
would render the correction ..lu.I.... the News will reduce the price a two week period. my advice and let well enough 2-3311 Mr. and Mrs. Rufus DeViaTsv
of the advertisement by an amount oqual to the percentage of the total :
: apace aa the erroneous or omitted copy represented Both Citrus and Levy Counties are small and their library alone. Sugarland Pharmacy DeVane's daughter Donna Ge
: ----- services were exceedingly scant. (My three children went to For those of you who are curl- Sullivan turned In the alarm.OVGLONE.

\ I DON'T PART WITH YOUR ILLUSIONS. WHEN THEY school in Wllllston when there was no library at all There is out as to what goes on there, let

: ARE GONE YOU MAY STILL EXIST. BUT YOU HAVE one nowj Levy and Citrus contracted with the City of Ocala, me The' tell thing you about which it fascinated me
,j\ which has fine library and highly trained staff. As result
jI i' CEASED TO LIVE. a a a the most was the SECRET SIG-
I -Mark Twain these counties now receive a quality of library service of which NALS. For some reason the bid-

they are exceedingly proud and have good reason to be. Any ders didn't want to be known. They'
"'d j jI book> from the entire area is available to any person In the area, had secret: signs prearranged with

: Let's Graduate From Kindergarten! and their librarian can borrow material from any library in the the auctioneer It may have been

:, country State, University, and even the Library of Congress; if a subtle movement of a hand or
I ,1' needed. the raising of an eyebrow. It seemed -
\ By BAYNARD KENDRICK:
,, The state has already seen the results of the $284,000 aid as though everytime someone
(Florida historian: and author)
moved auctioneer wild.
the went ,
given to 24 qualified counties. The larger request for the next ,'t,
this writer told In West by the
Thirty years ago was Key One cowpoke: got the hiccups an( '
t I biennium is still more important. It is vital to the 39% of the late Ernest Hemingway: "You'll find If you keep on writing, almost bought a whole herd of:
population who still have no public library service at all.It's steers before he cured himself.A .
which I think you will, that Florida men wouldn't spend a plugged -
now right up to the avid readers of Florida to see that huge horsefly started buzzing
nickel to get a hundred books in any Florida town They .
this necessary state aid appropriation be put through. Lighting around the back of my neck butI
have a heritage of hunting and fishing back of them not readIng -
the flres'under our Tallahassee solons is the job for the home-: exercised fabulous self-control: by
and the world's best hunting and fishing, fresh and salt, is
r
folks to do. Better use Western Union or telephone! ignoring It One funny move of my;
'
right at front door. Start discussing book in bar, or a
a a
your
hand and I'd have ended with
Governor Farris Bryant has proclaimed 21st up
April to 27th -y
as I
barbershop and nine out of ten of the he-men present will think :
a cross-eyed bull. I sat on
Florida Library Week. Let's make it mean something! Let's my .
you're a queer. from Kindergarten! Let's hands.As .
graduate quit playing
A fast look, and it's well to make it fast, at the public sup ; tiddlywinks and the cattle: were, led Into the
start putting out a little scratch to get our state the ball!
port of Florida libraries for the past century would seem to in- -- on arena, the auctioneer began his POWERFQRCOMET

dicate that Papa had something there I Library-wise, we occupied _, ,,,_ ,,_, chant: Somewhere In the crowd
.. ''''' -""- patrons the
"" loss
of
a happy 37th place among the 50 states of the U.S.A., ,1"" Saturday servIce a finger was slyly rubbed alongside ; ( :
and we were dragging our diapers in Kindergarten among all of : a nose. The' bidding jumped. :'
The
the southeastern states, at the bottom of the class, until the first e Sonny SezThe save Florida Governor millions who was on conservative going to- Somewhere. More response else an ear from was the tweaked. po- :!

state aid for public libraries, $284,544, was auhorized by the legislature '
operation Is looking for millions dium.A N w2OCyclonV- aH. ._.0@ friadeE
in 1962, last year. The sight of all this pretty money going -........---.- to fill the "bole," and I am few seats away a fat man
to 24 qualified counties (note that "qualified)" proved such a wondering what the salvage value stlffled a belch.: This must have
shock to our sportsmen citizens, that many of them even knockedoff law says Daddy said is on turnpikes meant quite a jump as the auc-
which is right posed a delicate -
building new boat clubhouses for the moment and have already numbertwo Most of the "freshmen" In Tally tioneer even took a fresh breath

passed bond Issues of over $9,000,000 for new book clubhouses : daughter question ft for our Kathy household.Last ran on conservative platforms, and and switched to a higher key.
with few
outspoken exceptions, An Important-looking rancher,
to be built this year. week's ad in the News
have managed to vote themselves two aisles down at the arena wall, Icing for the cake I You can get V-8 scat in any
Now all writers have to be readers, per se, and some of caught the fancy: of neighborhood a pay raise, along with throwing shifted ''In his seat Another big
them have even managed while writing and reading to become parents and soon the youngsters numerous bills in the hopper, all of jump! Comet. Plus fine-car: styling smoother ride. best resale

great; sportsmen as well. Hemingway, who alas is gone, was were seen anxiously awaiting their which: call for cash so It is apparent The' bidding grew fiercer Fantastic value record. Scat, style, economy. That's Comet!
l have letter before from friend whomI first trip to City Hall to purchase additional
one of these. I a me now a monies must signals were now broughtinto
consider to be the absolute tops of the world in both sports and bicycle: : license tags, for the first coma our,only hope is that play. It looked like a convention -

writing. I'm sure there are few if a single one, who will care, time.A at Jane Jackson chief we will "get our share" I for deaf mutes. HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS, Inc.

or dare, to disagree.; I asked him what he thought about books, cycle: query Inspector brought forth a little ,, Last week's-is-- The' auctioneer suddenly saw the Clewiitc
and reading, and the vital necessity in any community of a I green pamphlet with the official ,editorial on the BB .Important-looking rancher picking Sugarland Hwy.

properly qualified library. Here's what he wrote me: dos and don'ts which was
I "ALL THAT MEN HAVE LEARNED ALL THEY KNOW. promptly placed in Donna's (num-

ALL THEY BELIEVE. THEREFORE ALL THEY ARE AND CAN ber one daughter) bands. '\ .
BECOME. IS STORED IN BOOKS. THAT IS WHY A COM-- The' household rule thought one When minutes count. it can use-and not a nickel wasted! Choose from

MUNITY WITHOUT A GOOD LIBRARY IS LIKE A MAN tag for the older would be sufficient -. Crown Extra,Crown,Economy Crown.Each famous
+ WITHOUT A SOUND MIND. BOOKS ARE THE CRYSTALLIZED for the family but have you STANDS
ever tried to convince: a five-year STANDARD OUT long-running mileage, dependable performance,
FORM OF HUMAN HOPE. old that she wasn't as big as a top power at its price. So stop at Standard for the

'i (Signed) PHILIP WYIIT nine-year old Split-second action,blazing go-go-go!That's Dole's gasoline that fits ay !irlxrGetwido-awakeStandard
The Dictionary defines "kindergarten" as a "school that A trip by Bill Norman's store modem of work and play.And
pace service
you'11p >- that
helps make
!! uj the most of
educates children from 3 to 6 years old by games, toys, and produced two horns which made you your car
I; pleasant occupations." Taking our cue from the paid propaganda -I the bicycles law abiding and all when you use today's Standard gasolines,, designed and your money.Standard gasolines are the South'

1 pap of such writers as Sylvia Sunshine Harriet Beecher was In readiness for the migration for this atop-and-go grind! Whatever car you drive, top-eelling favorites. Just one try will tell you why!

Stowe Ledyard Bill and even the poet Sidney Lanler who in to the City Hall Immediately after there's a Standard gasoline that rives all the power STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
the latter half of the last century poured out cliche crammed school Monday. In order to take
out of the trip, I insisted
tomes of"all play and no work in Florida" all dripping treacle some that Joy they ride them to the inspection ,

from their saccharin soaked pages we are still carrying-on rather than loading them

manfully or better childishly with our come-on kindergarten in the wagon, but it backfired: and

routine. wu a big event. I
"W ll, laws-a-mercyl" says our faithful OCs: Chambersof The' waving of the arms by both

Commerce, County Commissioners, and City Councilmen got through the hand signal portion
hurriedly authorizing a chunk of dlnero for six new shuffleboard of the "test," Jane asked which

II courts, one gymnasium plus a bite for the Bikini Fiesta, "Who aide of the road to ride on, etc.,I I
wants more books than those what brung 'em here?" with a passing remark, "and we
don't ride on the sidewalks! But
That's q mighty good question, friends! Daddy said stay on the sidewalk" "i d 1.f..
Fifty years ago the city councilmen rejected an offer of $50- Kathy volunteered and thanks to {

000 by Andrew Carnegie to, build a library in Tampa. They Jane,' who either casually over-
claimed there was no agreement; on a site and hinted that a looked' or' didn't bear Daddy's

library might bring on racial problems. The'citizens were prop word Is still law for her. m
erly burned, and a citywide vote was set to decide the Issue.I I Certainly downtown, and on busy F
On the day of the balloting the following headline was sidewalks bicycles should be pro-
hibited but for a five-year old ,
splashed Page One of
across THE TAMPA TRIBUNE: "CAST .
.
ride the neighbor
learning tq
YOUR VOTE TODAY FOR .
TAMPA'S
HIGHER PEALS" and further
hood sidewalk is the law, at our.
;, stated: "It is a free gift to the city;;the cost of its maintenance household.

will be insignificant compared t to the great; benefits conferred "The' Inspector" volunteered'thai

i ... If Tampa can't get a library when $50,000 is given! one mother had ridden her child's:

Ir Ii for building it, Tampa will 'never have a library Repudiatethe bike down so that youngster

grafting; politicians who are seeking to Justify their own Ignor wouldn't have to contend with the __ a
\ ance." traffic, and was pooped to say the 41
,
least at hall arrival -
city
Aflame with indignation, voters poured out and the people From the number of bikes seen

I : overwhelmed any chance of future Ignorance by 908 to 825 a on the streets, and only 22 tags
crushing victory for the library of 831 Three years later Tampa having been sold looks like the
I Ii had its library, which received $50,000 in state and $19,000 in PD will be holding bike chectaInstead I

!p, Federal funds last year, 1962. of DL checks: in the near I w flow

Ii ,1\: That clot* squeak which nearly left Tampa "Uk a man future .
,,\' without a sound mind" was happily In those dark dark ages _is-
of half a century ago. The ktado garm n. Intent on theirgamM

ih Il : toys and plaant occupations hare grown older. I wonder Bryant if might"conservative"not find himself Governor --
Many Florida dozens unborn
la 1811 haY. become h> ln- and the State of Florida In the
teJ1lqeDI voters and Uad... of the statej today Culture stalks same boat as the Post Office Department ] y ipw : '
I' In our midst! fears... and unafraid ready II needs be for ho ? The recent postage Increase l ,la k. .
welfare our growing children to pay and pay. I was needed to cut down the
1 ,j' C22yer an Editorial In the Orlando Sentinel, March 22 deficit in the PO operation h ,,.I
:1 1963: "STRAW VOTE ON LIBRARY SERVICES: Most of the reel and in the next breath they approved -

dents of Orange County, those living outside the city limits of a pay Increase: and clothing
I ,I Orlando; Maltlarui. Winter Park and Apopka. will have an op allowance for their help and
before the Increase went into effect -
portunity at the special general election next Tuesday (March going
knew they were
; j ., 26. 1963)) to decide whether they want expanded library service I further they la debt than the then existing STANDARD
or very little library service. red operation. Now the clerks
'"W think the people of Orange County should vote 'yes' arc reading red lettered memos

J on this I issue and further that they will want to vote yes which: suggest pay cute and we the

w.expanded.feel that they want library service not only continued but ,


\ Thisi will be impossible unless they Indicate their wishes _iT')I Boac.Be1TOIi'1

I t by voting 'yes next Tuesday. Wo ay impossible but that is KATES
I not actually the pose). County Commissioners have authority to .J t tGwe
l Levy to one mill for Call A. H. Vine -
up library support but they hesitate to do r
this without the approval of the people. raYN M Arm'11

Panting with eagerness, 8400 library supporter stampeded '..:iliCr" j Ukeae y112... .--.t/ Je F. HOWELL Agent
to the polls: in Orange ,
County on March 26th 1963 and gave the ClewistonF




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Twain; "New Zealand" Oliver, Patients Discharged: THE CLEWISTON (:Fla.) NEWS, Thurs., April 25, 1963 Page1 J

Now I ITlDBTY "McGuffex's Fifth Eclectic Reader J. D Steadman, Annie Ruth\ .'

ft History ,"; "Literature and LIfe"." Miles, Young, Ramon Rodriguez, Jackie the grounds of the home of Mr. WMU of the IU-Haven Baptist

"Wilde Selected Works, Wilde; Austin Dennis Leitner, W. E. Davidson and Mrs. C. D. Rifle in SugarlandPank. Church held their regular meeting .
TEARS AGO "Great Short Novels of the World," Sr., O. A. Pratt, John Lang, Monday evening. t*

(From Clewta- News, Clark T. E. Weathers, Norma Edwardsand All members of St. Margaret's Mrs. C. W. Mann conducted the
April ZS, 1133)) New adult fiction: "MacKenna's Jetty Johnson. Parish are invited.HiHaven business meeting and Mrs. Velma
Shelley parred the golf Gold" Henry; "The Greyling.1' Storey and Mrs. Vic Turner gave
wlDll1n his fourth local pfr Rooke: "Paradise Reclaimed,'' the devotional
91 In Y Laxness; "The River Ran Out of Catholic PicnicSt. W.M.U.
title. was'ple Eden" Attending were Mrs. Mann, Mrs.
Ie Auditor E. G. Hanslett bookswmer I Margaret's Altar Society will "The Philippines" was the topicof Baxter, Mrs Joe Jackson Mrs.
f his work on the hold a covered dish picnic Sunday the program presented by Mrs Turner, Mrs W. R. Broadrick and

Tax Collector J. L. Tay- hE April 28, starting at 12:30 p.m.nOD W R. Baxter chairman, when the Mrs. Velma Storey. \
Potationveietable + Mutt Thomas Heads
sugar

ted from Clewlston garden were to Chicago trans- Belle Glade Bank Clewiston Church DirectoryFIRST

"Century of
displaY at the C A. (Mutt) Thomas of Lake

gress" Exposition. Harbor was elected chairman of
kills! Jr. celebrated his the board of the new Bank of Belle BAPTIST CHURCH CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

rtT birthday. Glade, which held its organizational 102 E. Ventura Avenue Oewlstoa I 331 W. Oioeola Avenue
IM was starrlmr at the meeting last week. Thomas Rev. L. T. Fagan Pastor South Rev Richard Knight, Pastor

1 movie In "She Done Him Is a well known farmer and 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School 9:45 a.m.-Church School
4-H COOKS AND ASSISTANTS packIng Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor
." PREPARE FRIED CHICKEN and house operator In the 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning service
? Charles Deans moved to other goodies for the benefit "Dinner In the Park" lilt Saturday. The where he hs resided all of area his, 6:00 p.m.-Training Union 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School 6:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth. Fellowship

,ton Harbor, Mich. plods tables and chain under the there were meat appealing, but the life He Is a former Clewlston city 7:00 p.m.-Evening Service 11:00: a.m. Worship Service
o..eTWENTY majority of folk bought their meals boxed and took 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Union
them home! Approximately commissioner E. B. McDaniel Jr. Wednesday: 7.30: p.m.-Evening Service
SSO dinners were served. Shown here In preparation for has been employed as executive 7:00 p.m.-Officers and Teachers 8:00: p.m. Worship Service Wednesday:
TEARS AGO the big rash are left to right Blackle Tuesday: '
Harrison Lawrence Worth Mrs. head with the title of president. Meeting 7:15: p.m.-Cholr Practice
(From CkwistM New*. K. E. Kreidler Mrs. .. L. Morcaa. Dick Kreldler. Bob Morgan W. J. Joe Tom Boynton was elected 1:00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service 8.00: p.m.-Brotherhood _
April 23. 1M3) Robison and Danny Kreldler.-STAFF PHOTO. Wednesday:
chairman and Larry Royal (another 8T. MARTIN'S CHURCH
7:30 p.m.-Hour of Prayer
Ed Ward reported missing In former Clewlston resident) 8:45: p.m.-Cholr Practice (EpUeopal)
t. Thursday
Ion. was prisoner* in a Gern of nations in the Western Hemi was secretary of the organizational 8.00: p.m.-Cho1r: Practice 207 N. Padffe

transit camp In Italy Word sphere. LOCAL STUDENTSGRADUATE meeting. Claude Shirley, J. A. NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar
see.TEN Ball, E. B. McDaniel and BAPTIST CHURCH
his safety and) whereabouts Royal Sunday Services:
nt through the good offices of YEARS AGO AT UF form the executive committee; 304 N. Francisco Street 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist
Catholic Church which per. (From Clewlston Newt other directors are Robert D. Aple- Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST 11:00 a.m.-Family Service and

med this valuable and heart- April 23, 19S3) Local students are among the goon John Henry Logan, Robert 10:00: .m.-Sundar; School 304 South Central Arcane Church School

icing service for countless The death of R. Y Pattersonon 1,959 graduate who will receive E. Mathews, E. M. McDanlel Jr., 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship Saints and Holy Days u an

ierican families. April 22, 1953 was recorded in their degrees in the first formal Wm. M. Rogers and George H. 6.30: p.m.-BTC Earl Arnold, Minister nounced.

r.Cockrlil.squadron command- the News. ceremony under the University of Wedgworth. 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Sunday Confession by appointment

at t Riddle McKay, completed a Tom Jones was elected presidentof Florida's trimester system Saturday The bank has received full acceptance Wednesday: 19.00 a.m.-Bible School -
at the stand- the Clewiston Lions Club. by the Federal Deposit 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service
e months course May 4th, 11:00: a.m.-Worahlp COMMUNITY: PRESBYTERIAN
ration school for instructors Inland Elsa Martin and Allen Cullen The academic processional will Insurance Corporation. Propertynear 7:00: p.m.-Worship 497 Royal Palm Avenge
the Belle Glade Post Office ST. MARGARETS CHURCH
and returned to his job were married at North Island
begin at 1:30: p.m. In Florida Gymnasium Wednesday:
has been for the bank Rev. Father Charles Henry H. Ford Minister
acquired
where British Ca- Chapel San Naval Air Base.
Field Diego
RIddle and will Include 201 grad 7:30: p.m.-MIdweek Devotions
building. The bank has 1.00 a.m. Sunday Mau 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School
capital
trained for the T. J. Akin named commander a
s were being was uate student and 1,113 undergraduate and Bible StudyCOMMUNITY
Air Force. of the VFW Post. structure- of $486,000. Opening date 11:30: a.m.-Sunday; Mass 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
ral student who have completedtheir
has not been announced 7:00: a.m.-Daily Weekday Mau 11:00: a.m.-Nunery in the Parish
ister Sunday in 1943 was April Carl Ferrara repeated last year's work this trimester. 645 students House
i and the News recorded this as performance, winning the gold cup from the fan semester and 7:00: a.m.-Flrit Friday Mass
1.00 each : PENTECOSTAL 8:00 p.m.-Weltm1nater Fellow
: p.m.-Fir.t Wednesday
latest date for Easter In 200 handicap at the local golf course. 1,314 student from the winter tri
Service Held For month, Catholic Ladles' Altar shipWednesday
n. (Easter is the first Sunday Mrs. Lloyd Strayer was elected mester will receive their degrees HOLINESS CHURCH

a the first full moon after PTA president The university; plans one formal Mr. Jane Walker Saturday:Society 7:30: p.m.-:Choir Practice
rch 2Ut). The Tigers tied Lake Worth for South Clewtatoa
graduation each :year, although
Mrs. Jane Walker, for many 9:30: a.m.Religious Instruction _
lie Junior-Senior Banquet at the first place In the Suncoast Baseball there will be graduate who will
In Hen- Pastor
:years a newspaper woman Rev. J. R. Taylor, "
used a Good Neighbor theme, League with a 5-1 record for have their degrees earned at the' dry County died at her home In CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
; HI HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH 10:00 I.m.-Bunday School
-
lectlng: the valuable friendship the season conclusion of each trimester. .I : APOSTOLIC FAITH
.! LaBelle last Wednesday night She Highway 720 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Manning carter jr. wr,! was 74 years of age. She was for Booth Oewiatoa
rtnor: 7:45
Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor p.m.-8undn Evangelistic
and Mrs. Manning Clew: several :years editor of the Hendry Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor
lston will receive the bachelor of County News and was correspondent 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School Service. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Wednesday:
SALEStarts Science In Agriculture degree and 11:00 a.m.Preachlng
for the Fort Myers NewsPressuntil
6:45 Union 7:45 Prayer Service
: p.m.-Training p.m.-
John Edward Prewitt will receivethe Tuesday:
her death. Her only survivorsare
Bachelor of Science In Business several nieces and nephews. 1.09: p.m.-Evening Worship Friday: 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting
Wednesday: 7:45: p.m.-Youth ServiceASSEMBLY
Administration degree I Services were conducted at the Friday:
Mon.:, April 29wbitestone Also among the graduate are' Engelhardt chapel In Fort Myers 1.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.-YOUDI People's Meet

Edwin Gram Couse, son of Mrs IngCHURCH
Saturday with Trultte White,
CHURCH OF GOD
Anne Gram Couse, and the late OF COD
Broward Parsons, Wayne Vaughan, -
312 8. PacUIe Avenue .
Judge J. M. Couse of Moore Haven : Grover Hill, Oliver Murray and Rev. Joe Coleman 215 Francisco Street OF CHRIST

frcisc who will receive the Bachelorof I Jack Lewis as pallbearers. Inter- 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Rev. James F. Klmbrel Pastor (ChrUUaa)
;
( (\ Science in Agriculture degree, ment was In Fort Myers Cemetery
and Dewitt Randal Draa, Belle 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service 10:00: l.m.-SuDday School John C. Scheffler, Minister ..
Glade, receiving the Bachelor of: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship North Sugarland Auditorium
Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-EvaDleU.t1c Service 10:00: a.m.-Bible School
ware( Building Construction degree and! 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Communion and Worship
Forsee III, Belle Glade,
Thomas HospitaVNotesPatients
Friday: 7:45: p.m.-Mld.eet Service" Service e ....*. .
the Bachelor of Science degree.
Remaining: 7:30: p.mYoun People's EnJ'riday: Wednesday:

24 piece beginner Band Clinic And Geo. B. McDuffle. M. L. Good deavor 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service 7:30: p.m. Bible Study

win, Mrs. Cynthia Prater, Peggy
Banquet PlannedAn Passmore, B. B. Wilson Vasilios This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following:

set for 8 Total! Wm. L.
exclusive clinic by one of Eady, Jose Santlesteban -

-- (8 DINNERS 8 CUPS e 8 SAUCERS) America's outstanding cornet solo Robert Barber, Neva Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson's Inc.

ists and music educators, Byron Hensley, Mary Jane Storm Eva ARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department Store
CLOUD NINE' Maloy, Lola Gopher, Cella Herrera. Motors
formal banquetare
/ 95 UNDECORATEOOPEN L. Autrey plus a -
15 for members of the Phone 2-6901/ ,
STOCK VALUE In store
&
Pridgen
Jordan
e sego Clewlston High School Sugarland I""'"' CUll{' Glades Loan Corp.
CITIES: SERVICE STATION Clewiston Federal 1
Band, April 30th. (-A PAST Oranere Bldg.
7 PATTERNS DECORATED Mr. Autrey of the University of I It J --:- SAVINGS ft LOAN ASSTfClewiston

21 1 e95 OPEN STOCK VALU8 Michigan, will conduct a clinic [ A. H. Vans Giddens umlture Royal's Inc. _
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19 M with members of the local band on .1II1I.IL.Ermai ......M+'' ') Store
that date. His clinic will Include ( TV NIT Motor Co.
and playing, suggestions to the young pr-e The. Easy to Pay
The Clewiston News
players and actual rehearsal with -- ._____=JI Giddens Way" ; Phone 9-0901:


20% OFF the That band.evening members of the

band will be honored with a ban

on all open stock quet which speaker.at Mr.the The Glades Autrey banquet.Restaurant will be i* being guest, at a Special savings stare today! Join the


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Sale ends May 11JEWELERS Clewlston Mr.. Autrey's 1* through appearance the courtesyof in \ / E RmRDR to RAMBLER\ !

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Thur, April 25, 1963 BIRTHDr. Hospital on Sunday,
flower were arranged at vantagepoints Page 4 THE CLEWISTON( ? ) NEWS. baby weighed API'll ZI.\
KITCHEN SHOWER in the living and and Mr. John F. Power of seven Pounda.l
teen
dInIn'l ounce<<: ,
Mr .
rooms and the punch 835 Northwest 49th Street, West f -. 11
H L.AH circled with pink hibiscus blooms Palm Beach announce the;birth,,*J Ja formerPOM Joann Pltl.ello daUChtlr"
tl0ttso" FOR BRIDEELECTMiss i Guest for the event were Misi Women nW3 son, John Patrick>> ,at St.t, Mr.i"ad !..Ir.. C. N. Pltrea.F
4 Elaine Siewert, Mrs. Walter A. \ j
I POWER MOWERS Elaine Slewert, whose marriage Siewert. Mill Janet Slewert, Mr. .F I
1 :; to Walter R, Falk of Vero Larry Lee, Miss Cheryl Lee, Mr*. ,
!i :uSest Power Mower ever Beach will take place next Sunday Lucille Water, Mil Margaret
I was honoree at ,a 'kitchen shower Miss Sally ,
1 Water, Miss Betsy Boy : LUNCHEONAT t
BRIDGE
'I :Leta Roseboom, given by Mrs.:Frank" Zemonek and Schick, Mrs. Leo Wheeler, Mrs ; f.F.P

i I Agent Mr. Harry' Schick kt the latter' Mary B. Shaw, ,Mrs. Elizabeth .'G I .
t home Thursday evening. Stitt Mr. Fred SUtes, Mr. Allen '.. BEACH HOME
'
{ Phone YU,J-C9IS evenings Bride game provided'entertain- Padgett, Mill Susan Schick and ,,, 'TIME
I-un day* '>" ment during the evening and refreshments Miss Barbara Zemonek. \ 'I "Members of a Oewtoton Wednesday ;
!I of punch nut and assorted I.'" ". / afternoon bridge club were
,'rakes were served. Spring among the guest of Mn. A. L..
d ;
l ST. MARGARET'S.CARD 4 Taylor last Wednesday for lunch: MEANS
1 rs 'eon and card game at bet home

r SPECIAL SALE \ PARTIES "n on Fort Myers Beach. #
,;, Making athe trip were Mrs. R. FORMALSTOGGERY :
f On 3 bedroom mobile home M. Bishop,Mr. H. A. Bestor, Mrs 5 ,
Member of St. Margaret's Altar G. B. Thomas, Mr. J. W. Ezelle,
,i LOW PRICES EXCELLENT FINANCING ,their monthly card Mr. W. P. Jernlgan Mrs. W. C.
held
Society
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Also ONE ONLY NEW 8' k 35 3 bedroom CLEMSON
game at the borne of Mr. H. J. Prewltt and Mrs,E>E. Kelly and :
Full Price $2,500 Andrei and. Miss Patricia' Ann Mr. Melvin Winder of dewiton b -I.
Power and Mr. S. ,J. Slrman, Wrs. O. t '
i See these Bargain on display at Mr*. Mary Bryan wu'eo-bo.t- A.,Hill and Mrs. W, B. Barren of
Andrei Wednesday LaBeUe. ,
es with Mrs. SHOP
,I CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES, Inc. evening. First prize at the bridge At the bridge .games Mri. Barron -

830 E. Sngariand Highway lgalnc* YfU t won by Mrs. Richard, held high score Mr*. Wilder \
S YD M661 dewfaton; Degftr,and the door prize was won' second and Mr, Thomas third. : HAS DOZENS / 1 .
i by Mr. Dan McCarthy The -
esses served angel food hOlt-1 MARY LOUISE MILLERMillerArthur Miss Stevens Tells
coffee and tea.Thursday LONG ,
: evening Miss Power Her Wedding Plans .

Luxury at low Mercury Savings TJmftiriccsl entertained at other card game Mill Lenore Stevens, daughter of ;y .if"sagaSHORT
UTS. T. J. Crawford won first Mr. and Mr. ,Leslie C. Miller\ Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Steven ofClewiiton
prize, Mrs. Mary Thielen second announce the engagement of their will be married at 3 ,
13 MERCURYOnly prize, and Mr. E. L. Holoubek, daughter Mary Louise, to Paul o'clock Sunday afternoon, April 28
third. Orange chiffon cake and Daniel Arthur, son of Melvin Arthur -> In the First Baptist Church of
punch were served at the refreshment of Miami'and Mr*. G. J. Eu- Clewiston to Wayne Spurlin, son of WHITE
hours. bank of Clewiston. Mr and Mr*. M. C. Spurlin.No .
The bride-elect is a member of local invitation are being
the senior clue at Clewiston\ High mailed and all friends of the coupleare PASTELSSIZES d.4
Rainbows Initiate School and a member of Sugarland cordially] invited to attend.
Band. The groom-elect attended

I Woo Deborah Comrie ployed schools in In Clewiston.Miami and i II now em- Skating Party 8.1b \ /

A summer wedding 1 II being Observes BirthdayCharles $19.98 up 1

planned. his ninth birthday Ira Roseboom with a observed skating YOU'LL FIND S )J / ,

: I .,.2968 party given by his parents, Mr. It
and Mrs. Charles Roseboom at YOURFORMAL ,

,h y Em' Rollerland Wednesday after- S S
noon.
.d 1 1Y Attending were Park Goodwin,
HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS Inc. Beth Walker Annette Roseboom,
Al Sanford, Gary Hooker. Greg iThe
Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston Miller, John Swindle, Malcolm AT 4\
Hall, Donny and Marvin Drake,
Edward Blanton, Bert and Ardis

Hunt, Rommy Ballard, Ann Ham-.
e mock, George Dickson, and Brian
eCe a .ti g Collins Toggery ShopClewiston

:-- Mr. Roeeboom, assisted by Mr. .
,
--, and Mr. Em Renz served birthday -
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cake and soft drinks. Fla.
The Clewiston Assembly of Rain- ,
bow for Girl held initiation at its
CLUB MEMBERS
Monday night meeltn,. Chris Kelly]
;' FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY worthy advisor, presided at the TOUR GARDENS
ceremony at which Deborah Com ATTEN'TIONIFarmers -
!
Mr. F. C. Siket was hostess to
Roast Young Tender Tom rie wa initiated into the order.
JS the Clewiston Garden Club Thursday -
The Rainbow Girl presented a
gift to Chris Kelly in recognitionof when members answered roll Cane Growers and Ranchers
with Southern
Turkey Dressing
her AprU birthday. SALLY JUNE SMITH call by exhibiting a plant from ,

This week is Rainbow ,Week and their garden or by giving a garden '
LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
hint
Mashed Potatoes Giblet Gravy 'the member observed It in several .Smith-Corbin
( : ways, first of which wa attending I Mr. Slke, vice president, conducted WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
Garden Peas Cranberry Sauce r the Methodist Church in a Col. and Mr. Robert N. Smithof I the short business meeting
: I and Mrs. W. H. Lanler, Mrs. W.
body Sunday, Treasure Island, announce the
:
; B. Batey and Mrs. A. J.
,1 Twiddy
Hot Dinner Roll engagement of their daughter .
served refreshments. A lAw Cost Farm Mortt are
II' I Sally] June, to Richard Morgan FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
II Corbin of New York City. Members toured the gardens of Will Parish Cash. ToRefinance .
or I Miss Smith 1* a native of Clew- the Slkes home and those of Mrs. ra debts.

.i 1 58t 98( \iston and 1 I. now a senior in Mary Drive Elizabeth Stitt on West Crescent Finance farm Improvements, new buildings. psreuM
and Mrs.
Washington College, Fredericksburg LeRoy Hare on wind machines and Install Irrigation
,. 2 for f nltliiiiilCLEWlSTOIf. Va:? where she was recently Etperanza. Avenue. Assist In purchase ef a farm, grave ST ra.". !
Mr E. L. Stewart .
chosen May Queen. Her fiance invited the Purchase more land.
FLORIDA. is pie son of Mrt and Mrs. MorganL. club to meet at her Lake Placid Provide capital, funds for the farm enterprise.

.. Corbin of New York.City, He cottage in May. ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
fi Fri. Sat April 28 27 I HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
BREAKFAST SPECIAL was educated in New York; City I
Double Feature school, and received his bachelorand Mr. and Mr. F. F. Burr of Canal 1. Lower payment
Point visited friends S. Longer terms to .
electrical in Clewiston Up E0 years)
In
3' cakes with master's degree Sunday I. Dependable service (serving agriculture ezehsrw
,fiot syrup and butter 40 Pounds,Of engineering at Brooklyn] Polytechnics since 1117)' .

coffee Trouble"TONY Institute He is now affiliated ] 4. Fun prepayment privilege witbeut penalty.
I with RCA. LKAR1T TO OHCRATB 5. Lean service by local people familiar wttk local afri-
CURTIS Aa August wedding. is being HEAVY
39CStrawberry See this Hilarious AdventureIn planned. EQUIPMENT If weculture.bbof service to yon please write or paoa*

The belt family Disneyland picture this year Leer.. I..r.t",....... awry., ..."aferat. W. E. MAY. ABBOTT Assi $srFederal .
II HONORS ?..vied U Ik. hlldI.g AS I
SHOWER .e
W *w:. ; I ;;;rBnk
"Lost Battalion" -... y...W.U....-.. w.*mttaB?? at Associationof .
LENORE STEVENS ... ..leaf ........ ...... I
Shortcake 200 MEN ONE GIRL .. .......... H... ...'_.O.*.<,
IN TRAP OF STEEL Miss Lenore Stevens was hon- ... "V.i.... also..t NN ...... Bradenton I
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w..td. seen..a I
I 35 ored with a miscellaneous bridal ....... SIll 111. e..ta ....
? Sun. Mon. Tues. shower at the McArthur Tea RoomIn Or...... 1'I.rtd.. h_ as-at4L PHONE 74MOJ1 BKADENTON, fUJIUi '
April 28 29 30 West Palm ''Beach Thursdayevening. I I

: THRIFTY DRUGS "It Happened At Thomasson. Hostesses and were Mrs.Mrs.Richard Fred -=1
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: : World's Fair" Cllnger. 1I
PRESLEY Miss Stevens, who formerly lived
ELVIS
j r Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-1931 Take trip with Elvis at world'i In West Palm Beach, will be married I
to on Sunday
I fair Wayne Spurlin
j He swings and sings afternoon.A !
r. pink and white color schemewas
used at the party. Refreshments a/r 1 1I
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H were individual cake decorated .
i
1 with wedding bells, served .... .
I 7 Formals forJunior with coffee punch, nuts and mints. RESTAURANT .
Thirty guest l-were; present to
enjoy the evening with the hon
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oree.

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t .I Her 87th Birthday +i i lh... ,'" '

Mr,. Alida TerRy celebrated her .PIT ROOM"i
Parkinson's, Party Frocks MCJlCJt', will en-7 (7th birthday andthe occasion was : ,
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% marked by *,dlnfler-.arty at the .
i hance your appearancc>'at the de'!riston Inn, cn bt her daughter i
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Mrs pea JWgattuVL" ,;/' \ We will cater to all of needs.
t Junior-Senior Prom. Most mpor Enjoying tilt MreKt wU& the honoree your
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w r .xr.aclMnfQarle'B. ; :
'.c tent social 1 event<< of the school!year. Owen/PatrICls'Ruth. Carolyn ) i LUNCHEONS
aDd Mr. and Mr*. Edgar
11 Cy Owens l '"'
I tf olta'Gbf o tf. Johnson Jackie;* Janet and DINNERS '
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.5 A BevY 51'iorY' '. <
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1 Janice Joh1, oh'Mr.:,aid Mrs.. B. .
a .Vi' femr William, HOLIDAY PARTIES .
i." Chiffon all 3. Wllllami (and r. :,
'(ants Lace Nylon .. 'I ',
r. tC Dfya. Wrd GAGEMENT
<< r.Olca '' PARTIES ". ;
I :w beautifully made With ;outh'"ln.' r ; eff ( ... :- RECEPTIONS &!J 1I\M.4"
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Mrs. Morgan and'Pat and Peggy
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f h Inlnd. -vw Morgan and Her.Taylor..I' .. ANNIVERSARIES
::1 ; I BuFFETS
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e $16.98$19.98 .1 Bishop, .,'Mrs..' -E.Melvin Kelly.Wilder Mrs.,'t Mrs, S I' M". MEETINGS. rf'
M :' : 11: 1
Otto Larsen and Mrs. J. W. Radii Food Unsurpaasedl 'tW3.4J 4 J.I'.Jl
PARK EP. STORE of Clewiston ud'Mrs.:W. B.: Baron hors d oeuvres fours

II .. of L Be11e. Ore motoring V> frying 6 to 65 Call petit
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Tony for -
North Carolina for, a week's stay reserVati66s .4or""
I .- a the Kelly home at Waynesvffle.
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]Jonnle! Durrence, Jack Redlsh and Allen of Jacksonville and her son THE CLEWISTON Dick Baker with 31-32-83; Ruby Garland Allen and family of West
Country Club j McIntyre Jack Martinez and Bill Palm Beach. His daughter Mrs. J. Attend District MeetA "BOMETOWNr| I 1 !i
Baker 313263. Ruby chipped in V Francis and Mr. Francis of Fort group of Business and'Profeo- I
"I on 18 to pull her team Into the wln- Myera Joined the family group on atonal Women from the dewliton 'l.r. SERVICE I s
Notes nemdrcls.Frank Sunday. This was the first time club were in Stuart Sunday to attend CaD A. H. Vaa. ;;
Zcmonek'i Incredible 2 Mrs. Allen had visited he brotherin a BPW district meeting.In .d./w ACM
By Matt and Teresa Stanton on number 14, a par 4 hole, wu hlj home here for 21 :years the group were Mrs.. Catherine I TI n.._. Phone TV 2tBTntrsa I
Ruth Mottley became the new without doubt the most outstanding Mrs. J. E. Beardsley attended a Brown, president; Miss Patricia ,."
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ladies' club champion by defeating accomplishment the tournamentWith meeting of the Presbyterial held Ann Powers, Miss Marjorie --
Addle McGehee .in the 18-hole a atroke handicap that cave In Vero Beach on Monday i Daughtrey ,Mrs. Mildred Yates,
-is Thursday Ruth's.. 49' on the the team a best bajl 1 on that 1 I Mrs. Mary Burdette and Mrs.
back nine was her second time t* .hole. Pa4Bakerlnade possible the Ruth ,Btardstey. par; alac'iaaosHoward: :
break the 50 mark in recent I 1 on nurtvber' for'bee lean; Earl Bridge Clubs I i
week Addle McGehee was run Morrison and OttoXarseK; ; Pat hada Mrs. Glen E. Etherton was host Glades Spinets
three with 2 strokes. > Roofing Co.
and semi-finalists were Wednesday' member
ner-up .venln"0 -
Frances Morgan and Jean Roland Martha NeU Bishop surprisedher of hepbridge\ clubs\ I ,'.wAD Types ef Boot and-. Mirror "Studios" a
$ Campbell Mall and Frank Mott playing companions more than First prize went to Mrs .. ..W.Beardilqy I New Sheet ConstnctloB Metal Work $325.00
herself when she chipped in on erKepalr
second to Mrs Joe
ley vie for top honors in the Men'sClub '
Championship and both have No. 9 recently Pit.Baker,%.b0l. Hall and .ldt' t kit l Mrs. Charles M'I Jobs -
53 on th*'front > lnlthe'Calcutta Owens. Phone 2.7111
been golLFrank
playing Impressive '
Came LAKE
hpts.V bacfc-oa Tuesday ,
,was Others playing were Mrs.
defeated Cecil Parkinsonand .
Jeep UNIVERSAL Campbell woa from Glen Eth. with ti. 9fi. w H *' .:-.d% Coleman Mrs.. Jos., Miss'Sexton Frances,' 'Mrs.' oeor..I I Day P. O.er Box Evenings IICSCLEWISTON' APPLIANCE
erton in a sudden death match going FLA. Ph TIT M1M
to the 19th hole. ON CRUISE E. Nail and the hostess. :"?
The Blind Hole Tournament last Miss Peggy Parsons of LaBelle, i
Ladles Day was won by Marie Miss Sugar of 1963, :Miss Rosemary ,
Hendry with Bonnie Durrence, Addle Minis, LaBelle, and Miss Bonita I
McGehee. Nell Hooks tied Waters, Clewiston, second ,and
for second. Tomorrow the girls will third place winners respectively, in Our Wee!.end Specials Offer
be given one point for each bogey the beauty contest, enjoyed their .
two for par and 3 for birdies in the prize last weekend. lit
scheduled Point Tourney I The prizes were trips to Nassau
aboard the cruiser S3 Yar-
with
A Ringer Tournament
mouth. The girls! left Miami Fri
prizes for low score and for most
day and returned Monday. Mrs.B. .
'.
improved continues through May.Scores
N. Parsons, mother of Miss
may be improved on Fridays -
I
Sugar, accompanied the girls
RUGGED I Heavy gauge steel body resists the pounding of off road only.
operation! ECONOMICALI! Thrifty 4-cylinder Hurricane engine! The Calcutta Bar-B-Q Saturday
at low was very successful. Chicken, ribs, RECEIVES DEGREE I
POWERFUL! High torque r p m.-terrific low gear power I
salad, corn and baked beans were Miss Elaine Siewert. daughterof I
VERSATILE! Pushes, pulls, winches, trenches does hundredsof
enjoyed by a large number Dick Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Siewert,
GOES ANTWHERI'Jeep'! 4-wheel drive traction
jobs climbs
Hooks took care of cooking with was among the 1095 graduates a1 \
through mud, snow or sand! Use tested and
65% grades goes able assistance from Johnny Cock- Florida State University Saturday.
abuse tested. 3 sizes and 5 different tops. See them today. rill. Miss Siewert received the degree 1961 Ford, 2-doorV8: 1960 Chevrolet, 6 cyl.

WIUTJ MOTORS INC.TOLEDO. OHIO.ONE Of THE CROWINB EWER INDUSTRIES Sunday 18 teams started teeing Bachelor of Science, in Business Standard Transmission S-door Auto Transmission
off at 11:30: '.m. and when the
smoke cleared It was Lucille Weaver SPRING FROLICSThe $995.00 $1,195.00 -
Hare and CampbellNail
SUGARLAND MOTORS Leroy Third Annual Spring Frolics
with best ball net score of N
a will be held May 3rd at the Youth
(841 Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston 30-32-62.14 of the 18 Interesting holes were to held note by that one Center, from 8.30: 'till 130. Plans 1959 Chevrolet Impala 1957 Oldsmobile '98
were made by a group of about 40
of these three. LeRoy took 2. 3, 4, members of the 7th.through 10th 4-dr. Hardtop, BAH. Ante Trans. '. 4-dr.. Hardtop Alr-Condltlontd. All Fewer
II and 12; Lucille I, 10, 12 and 13, ,
.and Campbell II, 6, 8, 11 and IT. ing.grades at a Monday evening meet. $1,195.00 $750.00' t!

Three teams tied for second: The dress will be semi-formal, 4
Ruth Money, Jim Brandon and and prices at the door will be ? '
Frank Zemonek with 36-27-43; Stag, $150, Drag $100. Sara Jo '' .
AUTE _._ : mtssan4 Cato is in charge of door prizes;
Elaine McConville and Ricky Sex Compare' Our Prices on Any Make ,
Five Acre Tractin ton, of decoration and Barbara "

the Smokies Waters of refreshments New Car or Truck J 'L.' :'i

CherokeeS ..... ;! .,r" !
near BirthdaysApril ,
Miles from Town
en Jeep Head 25-tMyrle! Miller, Mrs.
SEE DUB and FAT ATClewiston !
LNSSAVE $31 cash and Annie B. Nail, Beder Nail Jr.,
Mrs. A. W. Waldron Sr. .
$31 monthly April 28-Old Brown, Douglas .1
Barton, Marguerite Alston, Mrs. .

&hre.eanWrite Box 760 Qulncy April 27 Westberry.-Joe Milton Henry Mutt Auto Sales I

Thomas, Henry McDuffle, Frank f
MONEY! BORROW HERE! Belle Glade, Fla. Gentry.
28 Warren u. Morgan Jr.,
April -
Buy your: car anywhere, but borrow ,here = Mary Rldgdlll. John. B. Taylor, Phone YU 2-4861 841 E. Sugarland Hwy. I

to payfor it. Our bank rates are the lowest Propeller Pumps Jr.April, Ronnie 29-L.Lee,T. Rldgdill.( : Mrs

available to the public. What' more, our 8 Inches, to 11 Inches Elizabeth DeLozlet, Ellen Larsen, \
WELL POMPSCeatrlfnral Dorothy Duncan.
terms are realistic planned with your Turbine April 30 Fay' 'Atwell, H. L.

budget in mind. See us first for your loan. Bepalrs Mobile Pumps- Installations Mental (Slick) Davis, Gene Wilson
A Service May I-Roer Adams. 4-totflJOrinl
Sales
May 2-Lots Scott, Mrs. Joe Elder :

FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTONPh. L & F Engineering r

YU 2-6001 Clewuton, Fla. Co.
& Pump

RATES I. Phone Moore Day WHUehan Have er Night Pta t-Mll I PersonalsSam I REFRIGERATOR I [ '] FREEZER 1


Thlgpen is a patient in the
Veterans Hospiatl at Coral Gables,
,
where he is undergoing tests. SWING-OUT SHELVES
Mrs. Alonzo Ray has left for
Ocala<<: where she will reside la the
future: Her home on East Venture

Street Edwards.was purchased by R. W. THATAWUST UP ORDOWN* REMOVE FOR CLEANING!

Ifs George H. Coleman Jr.. arrived
last week from Gainesville for a A y V Vn
between trimesters visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Cole
V. S. P. man.
Q.
I Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton. Ed
Frlerson, his sister Mrs. Ruth Per-
key and Miss Vee Fountain are r
visiting the Grand Bahama Islands i

Season at the Cbviston Inn- for Rev.a few Henry days.H. Ford and J. W. I

Beardsley were in Delray Beach i
Tuesday, attending a meeting of
Yes. Ask any bartender and he will tell you the Southeast Florida Presbytery.
Guests of A. O. Ward last week
Pale.
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Let us help you make that special occasion oritt you N0900Y BOTHERS TO I II
Available on easy
long remember. If you are planning a banquet, a.weddingparty INHALE/ I ;

cocktail party, buffet. . termsSWIWHT
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_Page .6_----THE CLTWISTON: -(Fla,) NEWS, Tburs.. Apr1125' 1963 the again Senate.on 4/19 same was passed by Future Farmers operators veral ty.Lynn. short course at the Uni ing Dirty In rubbish., defective" cooking and. Kendall Starts

Yoder is in charge of heating equipment starts a destructive -I ,
Introduced Senate I I. the '
The undersigned
Legislative Report to one of the state hospitals for lReward l fire in an American home
i j adultsa most deplorable circumstance Bill' No. 171 on April 9, 1963; Win sub-District local plant every 7 minutes. I Three New
this bill provided for an afr.r-care Homes
I This b to advise that the unr and one In which the "Spring cleaup Is a good time!
derslcned Introduced Senate State of Florida cannot take any program by which boys; and girls Clewlston's FFA Sweetheart, OfferedFor to make a thorough check for possible -'
BID No. 169 on April I, 163; pride. This bill provides for a 25 being returned from the child Jane Johnson and the chapter parliamentary Stolen SawR. fire hazards in and aroundour Kendall Construction Com
that this bill related to the establishment bed unit attached to the University training schools (Marianna Okee- ; procedure team won homes and buildings." he emphasizes who has been .howlne two
i of a child psjrchltrie Hospital (as recommended by; a chobee. Ocala, etc.) could have a first place in sub-district competition W. Edwards is offering a casks homes In the Southwest
unit at the University oft report of the American Psychiatric follow-up or after-care program or in LaBelle Friday and will now reward for the return of a saw till section of wsonha tes4)n)
supervision in their homes, for which stolen from the garageat "Let's take a cleanup tip from ed three Itar\t\
Florida Medical Hospital. Association study; ) to which such compete l In the district contests was new homes for
children be committed by; the neighbor and community, their at Belle Glade! on Friday; May; 3. 325 E. Ventura Street last Wednesday the Governor' ," Petal urges, "and dent this week. 1oc1l1ello
; Presently, the State of Florida county; judge; this center would church, school or place where employed The parliamentary procedureteam The saw was a borrowed well go a long way toward keepIng The homes are aU In
has no facilities designed or operating provide care and treatment for This should result In substantial is composed of David Hester one and was an heirloom in the our family safe through the facing West Alverdez block m
for children who are psychotic these children plus research into saving of money In ;yearsto Joe Ed Willis, Harold Jones, Bill family. Mr. Edwards Is very; embarrassed coming year" art for George Street, '1\?
(by; reason of Insanity or other the field of child psychiatry; and a'' come by; allowing the time the : Swayne; Nlcky; Flak and Alan that he borrowed the Brown and George Kemp E. Jerry r.
reason), This means that such training center for doctors and child Is detained in the schools to Jones, with Cecil Akin and Tommy saw" and is unable to return it Perkhll,
children as are actually committed nurses In this field. All together,' be cut down-based upon their activities Ridgdlll as alternates. Edwards was doing some repair PIZZAYU stucco They; will be of concrete to*
for institutional care must be sent this semes a most desirable development and attitudes they are Harold Jones placed third In the work and his own saw-a new one, construction and *
i I In our facilities. to be returned to the community public speaking contest at the sub- was being sharpened. He borrowed 2-3311 48x24 feet In size, with JL! .
under the supervision of the district meet. from a friend Mrs. Woods at garage space. Permits issued
This bill was referred to the aftercare program by; the school The Future Farmers held their Hooker's Point, an old saw which Pharmacy city hall give the estimated yif
Sugarland
Committee on Education (higher This program has been sought be annual election of officers Monday had been in his family for 73 ln< cost at $7,000 each.
i learning) and to Appropriations. It fore.This night and elected the following officers years. Remarking on the fine quality -
i has been reported favorably by the bill referred to Committees
; ; was to serve for 1963-54: of material and workmanshipin
1 I Education Committee. on State Institutions and Joseph Davidson, president; the old saw, he enjoyed using it
1I I The underfilled Introduced on Appropriations, was reported Harold Jones, vice president; David for a day or so, and carefully; locked SUPERIOR RESIDENCE SITESare
Senate Bill No.. 170 on April 9. favorably on the Committee by Hester secretary; Cecil Akin, it in the garage at night tt
.ila zA 1963; this bill provided that State Institutions but, to date had treasurer; Dale McCall reporter; Someone entered the garage
there should be separate divisions not been reported out of the Appropriations Jo Ed Willis, sentinel and Billy through an unlocked window, and
ROOM IN JUST for Sunland Training Committee. Crawford chaplain; Jimmy; Dana stole the two saws (his own being rapidly
Yf is chairman and returned in the meantime).
lei' r Center and child training The unaVrnlfned Introduced pasture Tommy
schools (to which juvenile delinquents Senate BID No. 172 which provided Ridgdlll Is cane chairman.
I are committed)-this for Fire Control District Governor Proclaims disappearing
7 a 5 dlvbloa of responsbUlltr had In Collier County Water Plant Gets Clean Week
already been attempted br the ThIs bill wu referred to the Up like this
legislature in previous years Committees on Forestry and High State Rating Spring Cleanup Week has been .
and this bill provide that there Parks and on Appropriations, The United States Sugar Corporation proclaimed as April 21-27 by; Gov-
2 Hours shall be a separate director and his been favorably reported water treatment plant, which ernor Farris Bryant Immediate selection I* advised
for such divisions and that the by the Committee on Forestry serves the City of Clewiston has In a statewide drive membersof
director cannot serve as superintendent and Parks and appear received a merit certificate of efficiency the Florida Farm Safety Com- *
with ROL-LATEX of any Institution operating to be In pretty good shape In from the Sanitary Engineering mittee are urging Floridians to use
H ROLLATEXIMTIUO under his authority. Appropriations. It .U anticipated Bureau of the Florida this week to spruce: up the premises -
UTIXMflct This bill had the almost unanimous that It wW be reported favorably State Board of Health. for the sake of farm and
a. wile. recommendations of all by both committees. The Clewiston plant was rated home safety
1 Jj .M wMk: ,= agencies Involved In these fields Collier County had not la ;years the best operated coagulation and A. M. Pettis. safety leader with J. E. Beardsley Real Estate
U f .< as the great population growth In gone by; substantially; participatedin filtration plant serving a city oi the Florida Agricultural Extension ,
.:::.: I Florida has so tremendously] Increased -I any fire control program and under 9,000 population in the state Service, points out that accidents .
:H I $6i 98 the work load In these the recent disastrous series of fires The award certificate\ was accepted happens most often in cluttered, Req. Real Eatcrt Broker
. precipitated the demand for this for the Bob Goed-
i cAL fields that it was determined each plant by; untidy! ; surroundings. "Rubbish is
division service and same overwhelmingly hart at the University of Florida one of the top four causes of building -
must have full time director -
a
who would not have to divide approved by; the voters of this last Wednesday, when the annual fires," he says "Every; 12 Phone YU 2-7501 Clewiston

Buy one get OBQ his time between the state- county several months ago in ref awards are made in connectionwith minutes an American home is destroyed -. .. .._"
wide affairs and those of one In. erendum. This bill has been cfesely completion of a water plant ; or damaged by; fire ltart-
developed and followed by Rep-
;
stitution. Studies by the Legislative
; resentative Lorenzo
FREE"IXTIA Walker of Collier -
Council and the Budget Commission
: County in committee mattersof
Indicate that this will result
both the House of Representa<
at m the saving of thousandsof
your many Lives and of the Senate where the I
tax dollars In the future by "
same was under consideration.The "
M.W. e. STOU more economical operation. undersigned
was a eo-
This bill was referred to committees
Introducer for Senator ,John,
AI Fuller'sCountry on state institutions and
Melton Conner and many Yes.
appropriations favorably
reported .
outers W Senate Bill 207; this
by; both committeestakenup bill seeks to repeal the so-
for action on Thursday/Apia 18.
Store ; eaUed "competent award" to
There some opposition was encountered teacher which was passed In The exact model Plymouth
If J but upon being called up I the 1961 Legislature- which
ha* been *o controversial.

i : While, the expressed Intent of
I Iff the Legislature In the passage of that beat Chevrolet and Ford
this bill was to provide an increaseof
salary for those teachers which
were determined to be so meritorious : '

unpopular as to deserve.with the It.teachers proved quite. and I can be in your driveway tomoii-w.j .

they have strongly urged its repeaL -
Undoubtedly; this will be done.
This bill was reported favorablyby ; j

; the Committee on Education customer walked Into a Plymouth dealership the other"day NATIONWIDE
CONSUMER TESTING INSTITUTE REPORT
public schools and junior colleges))
of which the undersigned is a and asked where he could get a Fury Just like the one nRo.TO-IIXTY CITY PUliNG

member, but has not been reported that beat Chevrolet and Ford In 8 out of 10 test at Riverside. PLYMOUTH..IU9 sea. PLYMOUTH..278 tt
out of Committee on Appropriations CHEVROLfT..13.M CHEVROLET..279 R.
The Plymouth salesman grinned broadly and said, "Mister, fORD..lI.01 sea FORD................306 ft.yo .

The undersigned Introduced Senate ',. leaning on one I" The point Is, the exact model QOARne-MILE HIOHwAY PASSIM.PLYMOUTH,15.04 .

Bill No. 227 on 4/10: this bill Plymouth that performed so well at Riverside-winning CHEVROLET..IU9 sea PLYMOUTH./62 ft.
CHEVROLfT..SU5;
will change the name of Sunland every acceleration test, the handling test, both passing- fORD..20.153 FORD................554/.;
Training Center in Lee County; to
"Sunland Training Center at Fort safety tests, and the gas economy test-Is performing Just NILOMaTU RUN EMERONCY ..TOPPlYMOUTH.,33.43
Myers." sea FORD................120 R.
as well for thousands of new Plymouth owners every day. CHEVROLET..3U4 PLYMOUTH..125 R.
This bill was requested by; the
(There's probably one In FORD..37.159. CHEVROLET..133:;
sitting
Division of Mental Health becauseof your Plymouth Dealer's

certain difficulties encounteredby showroom this minute; with a 5-year/50,000-mile warranty PLYMOUTH.18.77 ECONOMY RUN PLYMOUTHT.UTH.--.2:32 mint
mPt
i which; them they with hope the will present be overcomeby name, In the glove box.) See and drive the 1963 Plymouth! : :::: i4mPpg4 CHEVROLETismi::::::= ::::

IN FLORIDA I 1 I changing "in Lee County" to At Plymouth's request, Nationwide Consumer Testing Institute purchased HILL CLIMS I14-MIU CUlIIC
"at Fort Myers." the test cars-a 1963 Chevrolet Impala V-t, Ford Galaxle 500" V-S, and CHEVROLfT..II5.00 mill;
sea PLYMOUTH..2:151.74
The undersigned introduced Sen- Plymouth Fury V-8. They conducted every test and computed all rooms PLYMOUTH.. ...115.44 sea CHEVROLtT..2:155.17: min;:
BEER :
IS A NATURALFrom ate Bill No. 351 on 4/18/63; this See your Plymouth Dealer for illustrated Official' Results! Booklet. fORD........--11.00 sea fORD304.9 min::
bill would provide for free license ..aaonplNa thin!hat.
nature's light grain comes sparkling light ber... plates to vehicles owned and operated
Florida's traditional bevsrags of moderetion..Its light, by the Lee County Association
sparkling, delicious. for Retarded Children.

And naturally, the Brewing I Industry I In Florida Is proud of Elmer: Friday
I the more than $27,820,933 It contributes I In taxes to the state Senator 24th District It: t .

of Florida each year.., money that helps support our
f schools, our hospitals, and our roads. I In Florida' beer belong. -
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YUkon 8-1201 REAL ESTATE
PHONE 303 E. TRINIDAD FOR RENT-S bedroom furnished WAITRESS WANTE&-APPLY IN
FLED RATES: Four cents I Large comparatively house. 417 E. Trinidad or cal PERSON. GLADES RESTAURANT -

r word pet Insertion.four Insertions 70 cents is or Improve new Exclusive.CBS. Will sell as YU 27921. May2c( tic and News Of Our Colored Community ,P"n


*for u ?toe charge price; of three 342 masonry W. O'BISPO.house. Unfinished'Will sell as steel li FOR RENT apartment.- 2 and Phone 3 room-furnished ; : BOOKKEEPER time, experienced WANTED bookkeeper- Full MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor ,

21271.tfc needed at once. Good salary and
or complete to buyers speclflcaUons. Phone YU 3-12M
working conditions. Call WYman
Exclusive.
.' :sr': I rE'f, NOItTHSIDE-S .bedroom FUR RENT-: Bedroom with private -: S-2245 or YU 2-1021. Personal Mention Family LifeCommittee r '
rEAL frame
:R. $10,000.NORTHSIDE. bath. Phone 26881. W. E.
Bailey. ttc HELP WANTED I r'A-

19,000. 2 bedroom frame, MALE or FEMALE II :: )

SALE 3 bedrOom 2 bath 5 ACREAGE as available. _OPENINGS FOR a ROUTE MEN t The Family Life Committee met : : :0
R ACRES
NEW discuss
large carport 2-BEDROOM, 2 liscellaneousforSaleiFOR I last 'l\JeadarDibt to ways:
.
CBS house. Extra Excellent North bath frame home. Hardwood OR WOMEN. May earn up to $30 and means to lessen the health ,> : :,
d utillU'des room floors per day or more. Experience un.Dls.af1. -
problems In our community
Phone 2-71111. Uc Will train. Write McNesi
kicatioa 325 FHA HOMES in Broward Palm SALE-Complete interior for 1'k Please keep check with ;your :
Beach'' and Mama Co., Box 2766. Memphis 2, Tenn. and local radio
Dade Coupe.
bedroom counties, various Change :your tudor AprZSi community news )r4IGLENN i
D DJVESTMENT-2 sizes and prices. Small cash coupe over to a Monza qulcMj station for the time and place ; .

house, corner Atlantic and Saga- payment. and easily. Like new aqua seats, where you and your family can,

are. Rents for $75 mo. unfurnlsh. FOR RENT Efficiencies and panels and mats. Will Install for meet with this group and share In

Can YU 2-5701. MayZjOH houses as available. ;you. A BARGAIN! "Chuck" Wells Wilt TRADEWILL discussion on family life. i EVA ALLEN' ,

Over 1,000 vacant lots to select Motor Crf., phone YU 2-4501. Itc< The committee: Mr and Mrs. The contest between the youthof

,, GREATER THAN from for all purposes. Various FOR SALE-Clean Grady Moody Mrs. Friendship Baptist Church climaxed -
EVER for houses, acreage, bullesses. prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. Jeep 4-wheel drive TRADE-16' all fiberglass Moody Mrs. Marie Talmadae''I Easter Sunday afternoon.The .

We have customers wait- AND INCOME wagon. YU 2-5331. Mayl6t boat (Vanguard Rocket)) 35 horse Doll Morris Mrs. Easter Parade was followedI

LIst row property with us. PROPERTY: FOR SALE-1960 16-ft Owens' ft Evinrude big twin, 16' Seminole Mrs. Rosle Lee Collins, Rev. Leroy; I I a short program at the church,

.V Bewdsley. Ph. YU 27501.Uc $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent berglass boat with 80 hp Mercury trailer with spare wheel FOR 4- Holmes, Mrs. Edna Wright Mr. with the pastor, Rev O. D. Williams
CBS construction, $25,000. electric motor with alternator and wheel J-5 Jeep In top shape, Write A. A. Thomas, Mrs. D. W, Hill. making the final remarks

LONG TERM, low Interest farm, trailer. Brand new windshield and Village Pharmacy, 213 CommercialBlvd. : 'j' I I and praising the children for 'e

cane, grove and ranch mortgages top. Motor has less than 100 hours ., Lauderdale by the Sea, Fla., \ 'iJ, Guest Speaker fine performance.

Frank Denmead minimum $50,000. running time. Can be seen at 721 Itpl ,.... ", Df.; L, G. Vaughan was guest
LISTINGS NEEDED Cortez. Phone YU 2-7151 or YU ... speaker at the regular meeting ol'

Llcenied Florida steal Estate Rer.J.Real M. LANKFORD Estate Broker 32571. tic Peace Corps Wants Kelly Williams, the son of Mrs. the Harlem PTA Monday Di'ht.1)

Broker 530 East Sugarland FOR SALE OR 1"RADE-Boat, Motor Ruth and the late Harlle Williams He made a very Interesting talk on
'
Highway and Trailer. 75 hp Johnson the care and disease of the eye.
weekend In dewis-
the
Fair Ground Fire, Auto and spent past
Across from Insurance General motor, 15 ft Glasspar boat. Gator i ton with. relatives and friends. We are certain that the parents

Trailer YU 2-3101. Apr.4.25cFOR Spanish SpeakingIf iI Young Williams Is a student at win take advantage of such valu-
dewlston Fla.
Ph.
YU
a An excellent buy 10x50' trail 22181IJttJfr Tallahassee ablel information and arouse Interest -
Florida A and M College, -
I
er. Florida room and 2 ear SALE by owner-A 14 ft. in that direction.
four landscaped fishing boat motor and trailer you speak Spanish, consider, where he recently: made
lance on volunteering as a Peace Corps the honor roll. He Is also a member -
.
cttnu treee, completely All new Dec., 1962. 340 W. Ventura
Ms, 13 RENT
Clewlston. itj worker in Latin America. I of the baseball team and the ,Novelty Revue
fenced. 7500.
The governments In Latin Amer.Ica team has Just returned from a Jimmy Johnston;versatile enter

bedroom, 1 bath home, well People Read have requested addition Peace week's tour of baseball games in tainer, presented "Varle' Unlim

located on 3 large lot, completely FOR RENT-Furnished cabins and Corps volunteers. Needed are Atlanta and Fort Valley, Ga.,.and ited" at the Harlem Gymnatorium,!

financed. $675 ash ran trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp. SPOT ADS Spanish speaking construction Tuskegee, Ala Thursday morning April 12 at 11

Quired. YU 2-1181. tfc You Are 1 II 1 workers, farmers, farm machinery a.m. The student body enjoyedthe
mechanics, beekeepers, women to News of regret comes to the program very much, It was
Three and one-half sections FOR RENT House for rent teach home-making skills and, many friends of Mr. Tom Lander,, sparkling with'novelty: humor and

.( Hendry County: land. I Available May 10. Mrs. Ruth J. FOR SALE Parrakeets, 12.00up. young men with farm backgrounds to hear of the death of his sister, originality This affair was presented -

miles from Oewistoo. $100 Vaughn, Clewlston Inn. Phone YU Mynah birds, African love Especially demand are volunteers Mrs. Mable Alexander, In Brook under the direction, of

per acre. May: be sold an or 23501. May9c birds, monkeys, cages, supplies. with college training in agriculture lyn N.Y. He left for Brooklyn a Southeast School Assemblies, lead..

part tort 15.v' t Trailers and Trailer Pet boarding Thompson Wild forestry, engineering and week ago last. Thursday.; er of modern assemblies in the
spaces. Royal Palm Trailer Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- science. They are needed as teach south.

160 acres now planted In to- Park. Phone YU 22603. tic 1236. tfc ers In schools and colleges and as The many friends of Mrs. Car- MTEA JOYCE BOBO

matoes. 4 12" wells.WW citrus beplanted FOR RENT -1 bedroom mobile FOR SALE Cabinets or wardrobes on-the-farm Instructors. I ene Mack are very sorry to hear of The Harlem Academy Glenn Eva Allen was the winner

with 1000 trees home. Quiet location. Phone YU head boards, roll away It you speak Spanish and would her illness. We extend "Get well and crowned queen, reporting

tier crop., Price $550 per 21236. tic bed, double hollywood bed, 2 living like to serve In ,the Peace Corps Wishes" to her for an early recovery. News: $80.80;; Myra Joyce Bobo, runner
ere, 2J% down, baL 7 yearsst room chairs LaByer's Motel,, see your agricultural agent or write At present Mrs. Mack Is $5540 Barbara Madrid, sec-
;
5%. This I* for the complete HOUSE FOR RENT-5 rooms, furnished Harlem Academy; presents Lake up.
YU 22891. tfc the Division of Agricultural Affairs
confined Miami.
to Christian Hospital ond runnerup, $...110; Ann CheryeKrushall
Phone YU 2-1236. Band and Choral
:young grove, treee act. May2t Shore High School
Peace Corps, Washington Fla.
Helen Johnson
bedded and drained and FOR RENT-New, modern completely : FOR SALE Payroll envelopes 25, D.C. I Concert April 29, 1963 in the 12882 Connie, 30.50;Francis Johnson,
wells. 72 trees per acre furnished 2 bedroom printed wtih form for social security Harlem Academy Gymnatorlum at ;
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Thompson I $1960; Judith Gale HIlton 1000.
withholding! and other de 8 p.m. Admission: student, 35
lO'xSS'. be
house trailer Rent
may Salt Water Called and other relative of Pensacola Other contestants not making a
is
ductions. Box of 500. Clewlston I cents; adults, 100. This benefit
Keriitered Beat Estate applied towards purchase. Can Fla., have returned home after report were Mable Fay Jones Andrea '
Newt
Salesman Juanlta Johnson, YU 3-1361 or YU Office. "Silent Intruder"If for band uniforms. Ann Mcln-
coming to Clewlston for the funeral The Is as follows: Wright, Shirley
JUANITA JOHNSON 23421. tic FOR SALE-1961 DUCATI MOTORS not kent In check, salt water services of the,late Mr. Rudolph March program Gloria, Losey; Variation I tyre and Lizzie Robinson.) .
: CYCLE. LIKE NEW. YU 2-U21. could become Florida's No. 1 program Thompson. All
FOR RENT Large modern bedroom Overture, band, Williams; Let
'
les. Phone TV MJ61 I kitchen, utilities, telephone _Apr4-25c warns a "new booklet "The the Mortal Flesh; band, Davis; Yonder Hospital Notes. i:
Silent Intruder issued
by
andCABKOL and TV privileges. Phone 24191, ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS Florida, at hli office In the CourtHouse Yonder chorus, Ganles; Dramatic I

evenings. tic Guaranteed $19.95 down,. $14.04 Flood Control District. Florida of wlth'n said' six County calendar at LaBelle month, Episode, band, Whitney; Patients Remaining:
BENSON 1-bed- per month. LAKE APPLIANCE FCD has accepted as a major from the time of the first publication Lift Up Your Heads, chorus and Clarence WhItehorn, linden Lewis *
I FOR RENT-Unfurnished CO., YU 2-7151. tic job the preserving of fresh water of this notice Two oople. of band, Taylor Buchted; intermission John Adams, Syrene Allen, Harold -
duplex apartment for each claim demand hall b. In
Ph. YU; 2-$322 room supplies necessary for continued or
Phone 2-1891. tic wrltlnr, and shall itat the place ; JVJUlams, Lloyd McKenzle, :'
couple only. growth of the state which Is surrounded of rmldcnc and pout office addreai Manli Island J Darlene Marylyn Groods,
Oft. Phone YU 2-1421 No An girls ensemble Leavy, ;
Services on three.sides by salt wa of the claimant, and shall b* sworn Be Ready, Amal Forbes, John Bell, Lyndon t I
FOR RENT room house, unfur Business ter. to liT the cl.lm.nt his agent or hie Waring; Better
I nished. YU 2-1236. attorney and accompanied by a filing chorus, Dett; Castle Mountain, Vickers Ivy Watson, Cabell Hall, I:
Conservation areas' store fresh fee of on. dollar and ouch claimor Second Suite for Band, Mary E. McPherson, Pearl Brew-
s. -------------------------.---------------------01 water, replenishing ifridergroimd demand not 'o filed shall b* void Eryman;
Your TUPPERWARE Dealer is at GAYNAM D. RACK8TRAW band, McBethr Psalm 150 chorus, ington, Alice Mae Johnson, Luther -
water supplies or furnishing fresh A. Executor of the Laet Gold Hilarious James.
Lewandowskl; Exodus, band, ; Leverson.
service for all TUPPERWARE
your your surface water to other areas Will and Teitament of
needs. Home parties, Oaynam B. Rackitraw, deeeaied. Born to Be Free, chorus and band, Patients discharged:
through a canal system. FCD provides William Deletha Ann,
Williams Gillespie,
BUSINESS
DIRECTORY orders and club parties. Contact
barriers to salt water. CN til Rhodes Alberta James Sir.
Rachel Padgett, YU 3-1941, Clew The Flood Control) District will Apr. II. II. May I. '. 1HI King
man Alphonso Ross, Myles B11-
iston. Mayl6c Church News
furnish free of the bookletto
copies INVITATION TO BIDDER ford, Percy Lee Johnson, Susie
who writes for it toP.O..Bx The City Commission of the City of
anyone D.
0.
SEE US FOR WALDRON'S ATTENTIONProspective Clewleton will receive bide up to Friendship Baptist, Rev. Sheppard Ovid Applewhite Robert
1671. West Palm Beach. I 10 P.M. B 8.T.: May 1, 1HI on the Williams, pastor. Johnson, Bessie Washington,
BOTTLED (lor followingautomotive Equipment: at
home
GASAppliances buyers
MEATS AND GROCERIES and The Choir Union was conductedat Copeland Roland Delores Taylor
which time they will b* opened
commercial), I am seeking employment PUBLIC NOTICE read aloud the church Sunday afternoon, Carrie Lee Pugh, Oble Chris
can saw you many $$$ One ((1) 1* 7 A.M. 8 PJt service
Open can handle planning, kan procedures : -
Sales-Service I[if THM COUNTY trnar.'t COURT Round VS Entlne: not IM than 115 president, in charge
and complete construction. If AND FOR HBNDRT COUNTY) hone pow.r with full flow The following program was carried
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Write George Kendall Box 7W, IN RBESTATE: oil filter. I
OPOAYNAM Air cleaner heavy duty radiator out: Beauty Nook
POWER GASCORPORATION of Moment Picnics Clewlston. Fla. tie B. RACK8TRAW, DECEASED and fan Devotion No. 1 choir Friend
For Your Spur
H.D. I speed automatic '
Mrs. V. L. Whit- EXCLUSIVE HAIR STYLES
KILL ROACHES with Dlazlnon TO ALL CREDITOR AND PER. tranemlMlonEleo ship; scripture
Four Miles East of Clewlston with your garden hose. Spray the lIONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DB- field; prayer; ; selection, choir; Personal Care To Your Hair

outside of your home every six HANDS You and AGAINST each of SAID you, are ESTATE: hereby: System: Lece-Nerlll alternator with Amp single heavyduty welcome, Mrs. I. M. Threats; occasion Mrs. Julia Mae Sales

Bare Beach months and be free of roaches. notified and required s.nt any belt drive It volt 70 amp : ,, president No 1 Choir; selection Proprietor
CALL COLLECT Costs as little as $6.50 plus a few claim and demands whichh you, or heavy duty battery i "Amen," led by Mr Jessie
South Bay WY 8-5521 either of you, may hav. against the Body Arender
No.1Choir
moments of your time. See us today ..tat. of Oeynam B. Rackitraw, d.< *: Black Fender and Body I Johnson; A and B selection
CORBIN FARM fc RANCH ceaied, late of laid County, to the top whIt.Wlnd.hl.ld. Friendship; reading Mrs ._.
County Iud,. of Hendry County, wiper solo Master A. Willie'
Eddie J. Moody
Cattlemen SUPPLY.. Apr4tfc Front Arm ret : ; *
Attention map lights Whitfield; A and B selection, No.
WANTED !I SINGER SEWING MACHINE vleored pot light, fender 1 Choir Bryant; A and B selection, Shoe Shine StandGive
Now Is the time to consolidate representative will be at Gld- mounted
Edwards Choir A and B se- your shoes that shine
Inside rear view mirror No. :2 Bryant;
Customers year debts with a long term farm dens Furniture Store each Friday eltar llsrhter lection No. 2 Choir New Bethel smile,

loan,'low Interest rates, with For parts, sales, service stop 10 Directional signal! front and AME, Clewlston; A and B selection Alabama Street Harlem I I
or call YU 2-6721. tic rear Mr. Willie l. Yeonf. Proprietor I
Plumbing RepairRenovation
NO circulating water or ..Irh..t.r No. 2 Choir, New Bethel, II I

EXPERIENCE Federal Land Bank BLUM It SONS PLASTERING Vinyl upholstery and defroster, lid pan Belle Glade; offering; remarksand

Very Best Work el I, and Headllner benediction, Rev Otis Dldley.:
NECESSARY See er Write We Save You Money Replacements Installation Heavy duty *eat. front and Hilton's Grocery' i

W. a. MAT Paltering, Simulated Stone General Repairs rear Foam rubber front seat New Bethel AME, Rev. L.

Jordan Stucco- Free Estimate Trouble Shooting Chassis. and Body Holmes, pastor. Groceries: Fresh Meats
& Walcald Bonding
Pridgen 8( and
Sex < braked
duty
Heavy
Licensed and Insured Llcenaed Experienced brake drum. Class meeb!". Tuesday night. VegetablesCold
CTCES SERVICE STATION Bradenton, Florida 25 Years In Business Master LicensedExperienced heavy duty front and rear Rehearsals for choirs, Wednesday Drinks Essential Items t

3850 Lora Street prince Heavy duty ihock front and Thursday nights. We Appreciate Your PatronageMr.

BENDKY COUNTY Fort Myers, Fla. tic 325 E.'VENTURA and r.erUnder Sunday May 12, has been proclaimed and Mrs. Thnrston HUtoa

Weft _irn_ um' IIr. OX 4-2874 seal eating as Women's Day. All Proprietors
Abitract Co.Duplicating -- wheel and tire at least
11th Aktrae'-TIt.1e EVINRUDESales I trod: x 14 .1.! tire. members are asked to make their I
"bU. InearaaaP" Above car delivered CiewIston contribution to their leader. Goal
S&eaornP'er Florida !
yln, and Service One (1) nil Model 4 door 1000.
..5e 61 to sad Park veT -7-------f ford sedan to lie accepted
WBeiie., >I'a a* part payment. Elite Cafe andGrocery
Olasge P. O. Box N/ New and Used Motors II : Federal Tax Exemption certificate Notice of Death
1-3211 furnlehed J
For Maria* Hardware The City Commission' yes The many friends of Mrs. Mary
Cpt. Efficient Farts and Accessories serve. the right: to acceptthe Briggs regret so much to hear of \
? very lowed or beet bid and her Sunday evening at
WTHB!: MIAMI HERALD Marine Safety: EoolpmeatPlena A. ::: to reject any or all bide. passing
ellt of Atlantic and TtJko.) 2UUR.E.WALDRON : [ CITY OF CLEWISTON Hendry General Hospital Home Cooked MealsOKOGEUES !
By C. M. PlrkleC. Funeral services will be conducted
.J10**! Palm M. Plrkle, Manager
City
&& Bobby CN-HI Sunday afternoon, April 23, ti' ''I
Giddens April M, May t, 1141IK 1(63. at the Greater Friendship

BYO -ul Baptist Church Rev. O. D. Williams
I THB COUNTY JCDOSTS COURT;
191 AND FOR HIUIDIir COURT; p..tcir.Special FRESH MEATS I tA ,
Tribune IN RBIIIC8TATII
Tampa Jt w OF S
r and OAYNAM B. RACK8TRAW, DECEASED AnnouncementThe SCHOOL SUPPLIESESSENTIAL

OF PRORATE PTA wUl sell dinners Friday ITEMS I t
Ft. Myers TO rElrR N INTERESTEDIN !: I
: YMwe April 28, at noon. Place an order
THE ESTATE: 01' SAID DECEDENT -, Clewiston News I
: with a member now and avoid the
News Press You are hereby notified that .1 rush. The dinners will be served
: ;
to b* I I
Delivery written Initrumeat purportlnsr I
I Home the laet will. and testament of old from the school for Information I .
W. O. CAMPBELL decedent baa been t.r.toll probate I can YUkon 2-7651. Cold Drinks
Phone 22791HATHCOCK'S / la this Court. Ton re- (
eb. by commanded within six calendar I I I I >
a4
month from the date .f the first LAWN 8C1Y1CK Step By: Be Befreake4
publication of,this notice to appearIn k
this Court show cau>-. If Efficient: and Friendly
any yon son WIlDt action of this We want Your Business
THAT ACREAGE'tU SOLO THIS\ MORNIMQ I Court In admitting said will to probate W. aim to laUatrAllen' ; f ;
.,.- 'TAXI AND Atn'O t11aV1CSt should not stand nnnvoked.HOWARD For InformationCall II
PHONE f-1141 BOSS WHAT 00 HtXJ THINK' GUSHED OUT N. PARSONS Lawn Service

n.e. Cf ewitfot& New' STATION WHEN I PULLED UP THE SIGN?* Hendry County ,Judge,.. Florida I ICN YTJkea S-4241 r YUKon 2-7651

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; A PRIARIE ROADSIDE IN SOUTH HENDBT COUNTY Group or auON. SHE LEVEE IN TIlE FISIIEATING CREEK AKEA. Yeungsdnbon !
J Society members and guests stopped en route to Naples to scan ten Join adults in the pleasures ef blrd-watchlnr. Included In this UIiiI
I I i the landscape. George Espenlanb, guide, points out birds perched !In group are O. N. Fltsen, Mrs. 1. E. Beardsley, Mrs Wm. C. oWen, By- Nash
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If you see a croup of people- unusual water birds in a pasture .,. ..
adults and children both, most likely slough-shrike,' said George Es- ', ., .,
-beside the road somewhere in penlaub, well known guide, who Is \ As a result of our large volume sales of new
Florida peering through binoculars: field tour chairman for the society.: ,
the chances are you are watching: There were baby wrens In a nest cars, we are slashing our prices on quality
an Audubon Society.: And the which had been made In a clothespin : "fI'B 1i for
: 4 used cars to make room more. All
our
I chancel: are that the people are bag hanging in- the tent of '
watching the birds.Birdwatching campers. There were the campers : ,i'l used cars carry a full one year warranty!
t has long been a themselves Mr and Mrs. Ward : 1
fascinating past-time, an Interesting who come down from Tennessee These cars are not auction block or rejected
study, and 'source of valuable each year and from Thanksgivinguntil ". .
Information, for naturalists. Easter pitch their tent In the cars-we handle only premium used cars-
For sheer pleasure and relaxationyou Fisheatlng Creek area. There was
when buy from QUALITY
you save you a
can't beat it. the old owl who came upon Es-
pubs call, perched on a limb DEALER.These .
The Lake Okeechobee Audubon ,
overhead and responded with a 10 p10
Society, which Is organized In
.. series of owl-like "Hoo Boo Hr's"There
Clewiston but Its name ImpliesIs
was the brief stop at Fort DAYSMNagiM'I9 are a few of our specials:
open to all Interested persons
Center and the Indian mound and
in the area make field trips an ; :;, (1395 NOW
finally. there with the
Important part of their year's programs was supper 4-dr.wa. I
r .' best coffee a woods.In fire the and worldcookedover consumed: : '" Get Your 1961 Chevrolet $1,295

They have visited many Interesting with a picnic supper to which AdvanceShopping Was $1095 NOW :
spots in the South Florida area
contributed.
Including: Caribbean Gardens at everyone l, 1960 Corvair 4-dr. 995
Maples Corkscrew Sanctuary and Programs at the society: meetings -
; 'other well-known spots, but none Include talks and films-all CARIBBEAN GARDENS, NAPLES. .added man-made beauty in jLiit How! Was $1085 NOW
has more fascination than the along topics of birds wildlife or the landscaping which forms the setting ef this scene. A black swan :
prairies and hammocks: close: by. conservation. Some of the films has made Its nest In this Island In the gardens. STAFF PHOTO.; 1960 Falcon 4-dr. 995
When society: members take a and slides were made nearby-
.p. field trip they also take, along often by socelty: members and burg campus and all conversation Was 19t5 NOW
eheck-listi: and each member some are from technical experts: New Telephone will be In the four languages under odw bedd of eltiee
1958 4-wheel drive 895
checks off the Identity of every and made in faraway place. study-French, German, Russian Jeep
Directories To OO
bird recognized on the trip from and Spanish. A participant In AT1 x$18r''ASSVf
f' start to finish. The number of the Don't laugh at those who take up Be DeliveredAdvanced the school Is not permitted, under Was gas NOW
I species of birds seen Is surprisingat "bird-watching.: They're too busy the rules, to .peak EnUsb-only SAVIN6' 1960 Anglia tudor 495
least. ..to the average layman. enjoying their past-time to care copies of the new 1963 the language'with which he is con- whk trocke cncaaptae,
f The most recent trip of the local and you are missing a very relaxing Inter County Telephone directory cernea. b. : I'JUrl of college credit Was 1695 NOW
group was Into the Fisheatlng of demonstrates the continued good will be giyej to high school Juniors .
If
Creek area on the northwest shoreof hobby you are one business development of Clewis .enOr..nd college 1957 Mercury 4-dr. 595
Lake Ol) :echobee. Highlights of those who never stand beside the ton, LaBelle and Hendry County 'I In either first or second ..tudenta'i
that trip wire" many. There were road but only drive furiously_past, over the P'lt. 12 months. The The summer session at the college l. Was $395 NOW
Page 8 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, Thurs., April 25 1963H ; new green and yellow covered is geared to superior students' Sugarland RexallPharmacy 1960 29
{ book will be delivered to subscribers -I and 100 from.,all over the countiy, Fiat tudor
3 In the very near future, according are expected to attend. ,
to D. J. Hilton, district: Students will be completely "seg 1995 NOW
1 Deposit Your Savings With manage regated"h according' to the, language 1957 Chevrolet 4-dr.Wa. 895
fir she li studying ------
At this time last year Inter- -- -" -' ----'
i County was providing service to Was $595 Nor
1,900 Clewiston subscribers, 550 In Let Us '
Clewiston Federalanticipated LaBelle, while present day figures 1955 Mercury stick 495
total approximately 2,100 for Clew-
iston and 570 In LaBelle for a total Air Condition These and many other exceptional value
gain of almost 9 per centGlades
County also demonstrates Quality Used Cars
continued growth and developmentwith !'
Your 'Car
I an Increase of 110 installations '
4 % from 450 in 1962 to 560 in are yours at"Chuck"
i dividend rate 4 1963, an Increase of approximately $299.95in.
26 per cent.
'. I The new directory which is very
Per Annum attractive, contains It additional .tailed in your car WellsMOTOR
white pages this year than last.
Payable Or Compounded Quarterly with over 3,500 more alphabetical

Your savings account insured to $10,000by listings.Among the many Improvements ''EASY BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN CO.

a ,permanent government agency Is a new Information page entitled

Member Of Federal Horn Loan. Bank: System "Business Company," with which the provides Telephone customers Chevrolet, Olds & Pontiac
with Information as to the BECK MOTORSPhone
SA1ES- EXTICEPAXTSSugarland :
address and telephone number of
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I new special "after 9" rates.
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Summer Language
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