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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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_Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec 345.3. PM-Sub. $4 Per Year CLEWVISTON FLORIDA TIU"RSDAY MAY 2. 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 18

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Band Program Is Ambitious One "

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Art Display Will Be Added .' Y 'Co'i. '


Music from the masters and artwork

by local artists are In store i.
for concert goers as they attend Notice); "-i.r'i'

Sunday's Concert In the Park.
The C e a n t jr Service, Officer
Sugarland Band has scheduled -
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Frank E. Ve,". will be away
an entire program of works by
famous .t the State!, Service Officers n'.
composers. The main workto
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programmed will be the first MI
May 8 thro M4 y 12. Office In
movement of Schubert's Symphony
No. 8-the Unfinished Symphony. Clewbton and taftelle will be "'/.

Also on the program will be "Two closed daring that period.

Preludes" by Chopin "Come.

Sweet Death." by Bach, plus music I' f

by Verdi. Mendelssohn and others.
Harpers Open
There will be no soloist this
IN THEIB CLASS IN THE STATE Is the award the State week but the concert will present tl,

irj ,f Health gave the CJ. Sugar Corporation's Water Treatment a display of the paintings of the Truck Stop

_at.t which la the source ef dewlaton'a municipal water supply C. adult art class under the directionof

iMartines, vlce-pretldent In charge of laal\houses wider whose Margaret Bare.Concert And ,
LrrUlon the water plant la operated and Lynn D. Yeller plant anhgtendeot. RestaurantMr

\ display the certificate of award received from the State Program "I

fc rf Health.-STAFF PHOTO. and Mrs. qeorge Harper.are LII .

Sunday May 5 operating the Pyre Oil Truck Stop
and Restaurant |at US 27 and.SR

"Muslo from the Mae-ten" 721 west of Ce ston. LIONS CLUB PRESIDENT !. O. BAKER center Weaver first vice president shown at Baker'a

oard Makes Teacher Triumphal March from Aide, The truck stop has the newest was Installed with other officers at a special right; Greg' Eaaer god vice president seated

Verdi. equipment in every department Ladles Night dinner meeting held In the Pit Boom left and George Kemp Jrd via president
Two Preludes, Chopin. from outside lighting to the grease at the Gladea.Thursday evening. Installing' officer standing' left and George Jepson secretary- I

Symphony No. 8 In B Minor, pit for Servicing'cars:' and trucks was Deputy District Governor Bonn MeCall. treasurer standing' right John Corb"' seated

Shubert. Air conditioned 'bunk room and Belle Glade Other officers Installed were E. W. right I II retiring president STAFF PHOTO.
3-64 Appointments Sobre las Olas. Rojas. showers are available for truck

Komm Susser Tod J. S. Bach. drivers who need'such facilities on
Lu."I..1. Ov..rt.u. lone hauls. The restaurant Is OIleD Rubin Is Low-Bidder

Suite Anclenne, Alfred Aahpole. I 24 hours a day and serves meal or Frank Hunt Receives
uj Board of Public Instruction Ruth Davies Dora C. Tussey, William War March of the Priests Men short order at all-hours. Inspectionof On US 27 ExtensionRubin

I I in special session at 10 a.m.ursday D. Burn Jr., Gerald tan delssohn. I the modem kitchen Is invited.

April 25, to make re.p.atmentl ham. Myrtle Lanham Elizabeth I, The Harpers came to dewlston Construction Co., West
of Instructional: person- Maddox, Bettye Z. Miller and S. Palm Beach, was the apparent
the 1963-64 session of the Gall Warren. Pauline Hull was about two ,e.ra'\o' from' Way low bidder on four-laning 1.371
j for reappointed -
cross. Ca. lie has been ,servicem.uer Band Student Award
Freak Accident
fndtf County Icboo1l.uperlntendeDt on annual contract with Is for the Ford dealershipand miles of the newly located US 17
J. Homer Bible James Culligan and J. D. Hughes took between Bare Beach and Lake
LU mmended reappointment of reappointed on continuing contract I I.tatus. recently' over manage'' Harbor. Rubin submitted ai SI,.

j following teachers at dewlstonImentary Fatal To HerringA tlon ment of the Pureoll Service Sta 820,882 bid to the State Road Department The members of Sujarland Bandof
I on Frsnclscattand In
school as 'nominatedI Reappointed on continuing contract dewlston.: Highway at the bid opening In Tallahassee Clewiston High .hool were ,Iv-I

Principal Mabel Magffl: on I were Edith Magin. Harlem freak accident on his farm and Tuesday en a banquet !a the Pit Room of
Mr.' Mrs.
Assisting Harper
tinting contract. Mary Lois Lee I McGilvary: John Brungard." Vera near dewlston was fatal Monday la the truck atop operation are )dr. Potashnlck Construction Company Glades Restaurant. Tuesday evening
Whaley, Barbara Francisco Helms, Wilma Mays and Compton by the Band Association.:
ra of
morning to Julius J. Herring, aged and Mrs. formerly of Cape Glrardeau Mo, 11
rIe H. Peers Louise R. Hare. W. Cummlngs. Puterbaugh. Guest sneaker was Bryon L. Au-
70, a pioneer farmer of the Lake Pleasant R1l 111" In the last stages of construction
beth Bowden Ludie Mae On nomination of Principal: Amos Okeechobee area. Herring died In ". ;. .. of this highway from dewisto trey, member of the music faculty

|rdan< and Mary Baker. Following A. Thomas and recommended by the dewlstoa hospital an hour after Present city limits east to Bare Beach of Mlfegan State University, who

board's acceptance of these Bible the board reappointed the his admission. pump station. Three or four more had conducted a band clinic duringthe

titers It voted that Marguerite following teachers to Harlem Academy Second Class PlayThe months will complete this contract. day. ,
nub, be placed on continuing In dewiston on continuing According to best Information Potashnlck representatives salt Mr. Autrey urged the studentsto

atracL Reappointed on annual contracts: Teretha Sanders, Ber- available Herring was working In Senior Class of CHS Is presenting yesterday.The give of themselves nthu.laatlc.1)

atrad were Kathryn P. Davis.jette ., nits S. Bobo, Mantle R. McCray, ill sugar cane fields where two a second: Senior Class playon road department had budgeted ally to their band practice: and to

step, Jerolyn Moan, Mable I. Black, Aeolian Thomas, Negro employees were also at Thursday, May 9 at S p.m. in $1.800.000 for the extension whatever career they choose for')
Iran Gober, Clifford L. Hunt Dlle -I Daisy Hill. Howard L. McKlre, and work. Herring stepped between a Sugarland Auditorium. The title 01 to Lake Harbor themselves. "It Is true in life," he1 I

Moore, James Buchanan,.Wll- Eugenia F. Smith. Having met re. tractor, whose engine was idling this three act comedy Is "Tamln said, "that those who work hard' I
tn E. Cortner. Also reappointed qulrements for continuing contract and the water-wagon !It had been the Brat" by Earl Louis Rusiel and are prepared will find that I

1 annual contract, subject to their and ,reappointed under that status Hilling, to disconnect the water- It Is the chao$ (story of a 15- an opportunity will come along fort

taming proper certification' %
; Blue, Betty Fry--and Sonja tractor or very doH.to H ,when geL her parents')>*,friends, and field:Jt 1. preparedness and work _._
Infer*. New appointments made Oops! Thief he'disengaged'the hitch'but: : the her guiding philosophy* "Dr. Dins not luck, mat enables us to take;' -
I Dewlston! elementary were Miss tractor gear slipped'Into reverse more's Child Raising Manual' I Driest On Record advantage of our opportunities'. BTBON L. AUTKEr

icla Swann, Miss Betty Lou Missed $300 and the big machine began mov- The part of Janice Is played by Alan Jones, captain of the band Ken Dave

_-..! and Mils Jane Pyle. An unknown person or per.sacs log, knocking: him down and pasng *. Marsha Addison. Nicky risk and April. 1963. lacked .01 Inc gave a abort history of the school Strickland Linda McC.rih1.Patrick ,
only Kelly Reynolds,
Nominated! entered the offices of Dry over him. The Negroes cameto Judy Bembry play her parents
by Principal James of the driest recorded 1 1dewlston In band which was organized In 1956 Warren
being Fletcher Lynwood Bishop
Brandon, recommended by Blind H. W. Shape and Dr. E. B. MeConvllle his aid Immediately, and rushed The Nagels have hired a yard since 1929. The .19 rain He also presented gifts of sterling Duncan Murrow Buddy Thomp.
e reappointed on continuing Monday night via a him to the local hospital, but worker for the summer handsome cuff links to Mr. Autrey and to
tract at Clewlaton high school aide window and departed withan efforts to save his life were fu athlete, Jess Pomeroy. Complications during the month was slightlyover Bandmaster Jack Scott. son .
New members who have not
April. 1948, when .18 the
was
.M In cash. I arise when Janice
estimated $60 tile.
re Catherine W Brown, Sammie I record. Awards Freoeoted completed a full year but who have
Dunaway, Carl Ferrara, Rich1 However In the hasty departure Mr. Herring was a native of Mt throws the biggest tantrum of her Mr. Scott the band 90 cent or better attendanceat
presented per
H envelope with $30 life and nothing friends or family The year 1962 was under par for
L an
Pape. E. R. Redish Ken Olive. NC., and moved to the awards for the The "Rookie rehearsals during their time In
th A. Walker, Helen M. Weet- which was on top of the desk dewlston area 37 years ago. He do seems to help. Jess 1* patyed rainfall, continuing a drought selg year band received
of the Year" award presented to pins. They were
an, Jack S. Willis, and Mildred was missed. hal been actively engaged in farmIng by Richard Herring; J.aJce'lIrlendl which started In June, 1961 and the first student who has Frank Hunt Bonnie Miller Susan
ates Appointed to continuing Officers Investigating the all of his life. are Betsy Boy, Sally Schick continued, except for heavy rain I year
made the greatest was Butchart. Beverly Preston Tony
Bill and Alan I In '62 progress
Sheriff Calvin Swayne Jones.Highlights through yearana ,
entry were Deputy .June..of tIe.!
ptract were Norman Buren Hall, He was a member of the Churchof given to Frank Hunt, Bin grace Miller. David Taylor. Bruce Me.
r., and William O. Perry. On anal Swindle. Chief Wendell. of the play Is Lottie, ending iwz about :3 1 ConvUle: ;
Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saintsof IIIcne'j cornetlst This award has been Bill Baird Barbara dark,
the Nagel's maid. One hardly short of normal.The .
S. M. can
[> contract, but upon obtaining Whaley and Officer Survivors his Memorial John Cox and
Belle Glade. are named the Glnny Lee Turner Carolyn
call her timed reserved. In fact
per certification, to be consld- Price. widow, Mrs. J. J. Herring, dew- or ;year 1963 started out a bit Award, honoring an 8th grade majorette I Derma Wood.Majorettes.

fed for continuing attract, are ston; a son, Melvln. dewlston, she often who speaks her minds be to anyone -. dry in January, but heavy rainfall who was killed In an automobile were given service
to
listening
arold G. Estep and Sara T. Oil- Counselor Speaks one daughter, Mrs. Lucille Walker Alice McDonald happens does a fine job of of over 3 Inches in February accident In her first year stripes for their years In band and

pant Also reappointed on annual South Bay; two brothers, brought the average up and also In band. Frank received an individual majorette corps: Barbara Rlgby,
"rtract were Bargaret A. Bare, During MH Week George and Alexander. South Bay; playing this part. caused a growth spurt following placque and his name engraved Isabel Martinet Joanne Wood
Price for tickets adults 1.00
,
old W. Crockard Frank R. Gent- Mental Health Week observance two sisters. Miss Delia Herring : plant and crop freeze damage on the permanent placque Molly Mullln, Chris Kelly and
children and students 50 cents.
Jacqueline B. Gentry Robert In Sanford and Orlando has scheduled and Mrs. Penny Jones Mt Olive, The seniors extend, cordial Invitation March and April were both deficient : which Is placed in the band room. Sandra Bell.
Maples Jack L. Scott and DoroK. talks by Glades-Hendry Counselor N.C.; five grandchildren and five a in rainfall and the ;year 1* about Service stripes for each successful Guests at the banquet In additionto
Vettorl. | of Juvenile Court James W. Teat grandchildren. to everyone to enjoy an 4.S inches short to date. year In band were given as band member and the guest
evening of fun and 'eDtertalnmenLRemember
.
[On nomination by Principal John Wright. Mr. Wright spoke in Orlando Services were conducted In Pat- the date la May 9 at These statistics are furnished by follows: speaker were Mrs. Maurice

ow and recommendation of then Wednesday and la Sanford. tUOD Funeral Home Chapel Wednesday I n.m. G. N. Pltzen meteorologist for the Seven years, Marian Tokleda, (Continued on Page I)
rlntendent, the following were tonight during programs with psychiatrist afternoon with Elder Richard F.---- U.S. Sugar Corporation who adds Mike Roberts, Pete McIntyre: 8

Belle ichools, subject to each be-I and medical doctors on Hamrick, and Elder WHford that some shower are In sight, years Cheryl Waters, Louise Millir Goes to PahokeeFor
ppalnted on annual contract at panel discussions of mental health Lawrence of the Church of Jesus Stockman Report but not the end of the present Alan Jones, Marie Nottingham

N properly certified: : Mary Joe problems, especially: tonnected: Christ, Latter Day Saints of Ml- Dance Interest drought selge. The pattern 01 Bill Crawford; S years, David Group 8 MeetThe

miner, George Stinnett, Sally with the work of a Juvenile coun and,.officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stockmanwere weather la the sort which could Beardsley, Ken Young; 4 years, I
Wffliam E. Davies BIllIe selor. break into excessive rains in late Ricky Sexton; S years, Jim Bible, dewlaton High Track Team r
were J. K. In Orlando last weekend attending
Active pallbearers
Jim Montgomery; 2 years, Dan will journey to Pahokee Friday
June however but It Is
-- O'Neal Walker Curtis Slade, the Florida Industries Ex Hay or ;
Davis McCarthy, Bill Perry night to take part In the Group 8
well not to rely on weather
patternsfor
In Sanford Friday
Paul Akin and Hoch: position. Visiting
lounselor Tommy Akin. Band letters were given for first track meet. This week's meet determines
Asks Parents' Aid; Quantity Cooper. Honorary bearers were night, they attended a square they sometimes fail said Pit. year to Linda Tull Jean Ellington who will represent his '
Melvin W. Wilder Robert Crouch dance and danced again on Saturday meet
zen.Temperatures school at the state In Gainesville
W. J. Roblson, In Orlando. during April have
1., B. Hamilton.
Obscene Literature and Films Co J. Nielson and L. C. Redish Sr. In both cities they 'reported a been higher than normal, and In Bandmaster Tells schools on at May Pahokee 10. There on Friday will be night 11 t

found Interment was In Rldgelawn dozen or more Inquiries about the BO's many days, but have not
with the top contestants In each
Cemetery. dewiston. with PaUlson dewlston'i Kane Kutten and the been> oppressive becase the air Is Of 1st Year Work
Insideare event winning the right to go to
Obscene I
be literature, which can legitimate business letter the.. booksor 'Boners Home In charge past dances here. drier than normal. Bandmaster Jack Scott told the Gainesville.
described: sheets describing
/ as filth. Is
Into Oewiston at com or films, which are I Rotary dub of the progress of Expecting to lead the team Friday
magazines
a greater rate
ever I nudism sexual the dewiston High School Band night are Bo Lindsay Bruce
before topics a*
staled such
Juvenile on :
w, 'Counselor homosexuality etc. Several during the year now drawing to alose. Waldron. Mike Young and DougAngell.
f4" week. James V7. Wright relations, have turn At Monday's luncheon meetIng Llndsey la the star run..

.1 have I of the young over pooped to the counselor ,,e t ta he said the band had grown nor In the 100 yard dash having
a stack about U Inches these letters have also not only In number of student mem run a 10 second flat In one of the I
which parented
has com* In very re- ; some Some have hers but In their development as earlier meets. Bruce Waldron 1* y
nl11. he laid, adding that i only I turned In such letera. and turned musicians. The band Is still small returning after an absence of several t
small material
bIrn *rcent M 11 turned over ordered the but is building on a firm foundation weeks. Me U a probable winner .
10 the hope. that that in also. and the members have
comethlng ordering In the 220 yard dash. Mike
an be are
'.But''IOm. of the youths
done to stop 1Cbecom .. .nd ar. achieved much this year said Young ran a very good 440 yard
material
I Zhla Is DOt a new problem but the together the their Scott. I dash in Palm Beach this past
bas Suddenl a much reading It problem Referring to the series of six week and he should make the trip
This .to the
ter problem Ulan ever before- steady date. need of Immediate + Sunday afternoon concerts in the to state. Doug Angell 1 II one of the i
Piece or literature which was which 1* In acute" Bald Wrigit! r park, Scott said It was quite a mainstays of the relay team; he II ";l la
ent
mmwls reported to 'me solution !are amon, the challenge to the band students to, hard worker and team participant -
to' relulted In the These youngster OewWon, said w n present a different program each Rounding out the squad are

KvTS! a place In Culver dty finest families In stigma ..ttach.ed Sunday, but this Is being done. Ronnie Olden Peter Schmidt: JoeJohn.on
Wright There 1 11 no ; He then Introduced of the
htu ? We are besieged with uuotats. ''comeoa"letterl some and Rudy Osceola. Olden
from California to rece1'rIDI these which 1 soloists who ,ara performing In and Osceola are expected to place
shipping mal1lnlIst ,
since the train have the band concerts: Frank Hunt In the hurdle and mile run respectively. I
'1 alii getting the purveyor of this Wni the y ,,1ai cornet soloist an 8th grader Inhis Schmidt and Johnson are I I
Ion from wonderful coop- .omehow acquired : first year of band; Kenneth two of the hardest workers on the I J
It, teachers the path and express name of our best fables, *$? "V" Young 9th grade euphonium player squad and have been beset by Illness.

vho 1rOrk WIth tad other peopl. with those in every : orecadau5l 1w' t h. and a cornet trio Joe Elder, They will run the 440 and I ""

18 fact, 1OUthI. EY'tl''ODe.' and every educational added the Cheryl Waters and Frank Hunt. All the 880. 4 C
except the Parent Par- bracket which we haw. 01 the musicians were well re- The meet at Pahokee will have J

attimpb cannot face the fact counselor ceived. the qualifying events In the afternoon -
yob lOa or material 11 coming to Wright asks 100 pent cent cooperation A BOUNTIFUL CROP OF WATERMELONS IS area each week during' the height of the harvest. Gene Fuller who Introduced the and the final event that ,

Wright daUfhter." from every patent who caD MOVING TO MAllET from Headry Ceuty. The big. problem now Is,-4e many melee sad e program' praised the band andndmaster night The finals will begin at 1:30:

Ih- +bvtb t !*iid the Purveyor of this give any Information on the .enL roa- Here .. a trackload awaiting' transfer at the SAM few Market Cool weather la the North ta> I'' for their fine repre- In the evening. Everyone Invited

n wire mailing list <* terlal received: or iKwajur.racket Leading Center at the OewtoUai Fair Greoad reduced the de.aad for watermelons-ettctiy. entatlion of the school and conv and urged to come over and give
c1a. a first If enough people n*>. Tab scene la repeated hundreds ef times fas the a hot weather ftem-tfTAFF PHOTO. unity. 1 the boys supportJEST
DlaU elated
wbleb appear U
as a can be broken up .



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Railroad, was a visitor In
iI .H k page 2 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS Thun.. May 2. 19831 . . . . . .. I Registration Set set for the first letter of Clewlston Line Thursday morning during Glades
their last Roofisg0
name: visit through the :
History Now'I A through F, > a.m.j; G through a periodic AD Sheet ) II(
lit'S
For First Graders Metal
The Clewiston News"Devoted I will enter I S L,through 10 a m.;Z M at through 1 p,m. R, 11 a m.; area.Mr.. :lice, since becoming ACL I New Repair CenotncgyA.

THIRTY YEARS AGO Boys and girls who president has made routine visits I JrtN

(From Clewbton New, first grade of Clewlston all areas served by the railroad. Phone
to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston elementsl''l to 2.7111
and Hendry County. April 28, 1933) school for the first time President HereW. I He spent an hour or so In Day
should be registered In Clew-I .r Erealop
I Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Clewlston Friday lston and visited the P.
The Community Players presented mentary school office on O. BoIUCI
Florida, by The Clewlston News Inc., a Florida Corporation. Thomas Rice of Jacksonville, area on Lake Okeechobee'a
"Oh Kay!I" to a large May 17th. Mrs Label Maglll, principal I I CLEWISTON.IU
I Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927 at the Post appreciative audience. Star of the says parents need not bring president of the Atlantic Coast shore afterwards. ,
Office in Clewiston, Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3, mystrey comedy was E .E. Kelly; the child with them unless they -- -- -

1879. others taking parts were Mrs. W. wish but they should bring proofof

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ) C. Owen Mrs. Evelyn Shelley, age of the child. A birth certifi-

i IASt Tlc : :ORIDq Bob Rev.Hare.J. A. Tolle of the Pahokee record cate, Insurance or other documentary policy, hospital proof t..N COOL EVEN LARGEST ROOM AREAS
:
.. \ Methodist Church addressed the may be accepted OW "
!k i.\iM8I "graduates of the sixth grade Friday There will be no fees for In- \: QUIETLY AUTOMATICALLY

BERYL BOWDEN Publisher U' y Mrs. J. W. Ezelle was the surance or any other paid at thistime. ... .. .......
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S. H. STALLS Managing Editor Oc 1..1 teacher. : The registration is neded to ........ ............. .I. .......
Subscription Rates ..... .. ... $400 per year rlo" Headline proclaimed Today."Sholtz" ,! make plans for adequate teaching "- ..-...................... ...'.
Will Make Beer Legal .. .
(Return Postage Guaranteed) Employers presented gold staff and facilities. N .....-.................-..-...
Business and Parents are asked to follow the ........ \
Telephone: Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 watches to Herman Scharnberg ....
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves and J. P. Peary at the conclusionof following schedule coming at the it I:"li."" JJPr: aJ... ........ :

the right to reject any' objections advertisement! the successful harvest season. ...fJJtj'WIiru.:1 -:::... ........ l
THE) NEWS assume no responsibility for the return of unsolicited The mill ground 137 days, grindingmore '. ...... .... ..'

manuscripts THE NEWS or photographs assume no financial responsibility for typographicalerrors than 400,000 tons of cane.movedto AIR COMMAND '.................... ..
or ommlsslons In advertisement. but If notified of such error before Mrs. Grover Poole who .
the next Issue of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the Clewlston from Tampa was VBfiWFin .
J advertisement In which the error occurred In the event a time elementwould ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS .
I render the correction valueless, the Mew will reduce the price honored with a bridge party given)
of the advertisement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total by Mrs. F, R. Maxwell.
j
I pace a* the erroneous or omitted copy represented. Mrs. Roy Alston returned to Greatest quality value In home cooling today I

Clewlston with her Infant daughter the :...... ..
j APPARENTLY MANY IN THIS COUNTRY ARE: CONCERNED Carol Joy, born at the home of her ................................. ;........
I ABOUT THE PRESS RUNNING THE GOVERNMENT. WHAT mother Mrs. J. S. Wlllingham In ROOMyou 1 e. 100A-3R >

WORRIES ME MORE IS THE REVERSE. Moore Haven. i t The finest room air conditioner anywher.-

,. -Vie* President Lyndon Johnson The state road from Leesburg to R -= a for bigger capacity, better performance
I Miami, via flames City Lake e, ; quieter operation-yet it costs only pennies
,, .. Annie, Moore Haven and Clewls
-_ .'.'.'. the neighboring county to the east Decoratetoday t to run.
of the federal -
ton became part
I' as It will lose an estimated $150000 ,-
annually road system. 1 0) ; Automatic climate contraf-Jusf' set It and

e Sonny SezIt e e e e ?r ; forget It Regardless of the changes in out
The bill as approved by the Senate
I : side temperature and humidity, the Arnana
Monday would provide addi-
_tmt._____ tional revenues to lake adjoining TWENTY YEARS AGO Air Command maintains constant room comfort
(From Clewbtoa News as you selected it In advance.
takes a goof or a little _____ counties as follows: Glades, $20,700, April 30. 1M3)) ROL:;LATEX

raising to stir up the public so Hendry, $12,450: ; Martin. $49,050, IN'JDIOa unitpeeeyltes ............................,...... .............................._,
that we knows the NEWS is being and Okeechobee $58,800. Revision Mrs. A. R. Brink and Mrs. Fred ., t.
read. Several days ago It was a mileage would give Glades CouAy Hunziker gave a stork!: shower for Z=--..::: :. Ask us about thsss .. _
goof-up which rang the,phone. SIC, Hendry 1180, Martin 682, and Mrs. H. J. Lehman. The husbandsof .. I Famous Amln..Quality Ftaturtsbifors : e
Okeechobee 888 square miles. all three ladles are Instructors wear eN.ewea. Lous&i
Bob Berner of Gulf and Golf -as- at Riddle Field $e98 '. you buy any room air conditioned i / MUSI*ana- I 1
; fame had his phone number listed of Gunther
Sgt Vincent Oglesby -
by typographical error In a trailer Parents sometimes have difficulty Field, Ala., spent the weekend In GAL Over-Size Cooling Coils ;: BACKED BY
for rent classified ad and was getting the Full-Rated Compressor
I younger generation r re
Clewlston. A CENTURY OLD TRADITION
mildly perturbed about the phone to work however, Gene Fuller Mrs. H. D. Hudson of Lake EVERY 2nd CAN'FREE "Quiet Engineered :

I calls he and his wife were receiv at the Youth Center seems quite Wales visited her sister Mrs. A. AT NO e Washable, Permanent-Type Filter. : OF FINE CRAFTSMANSHIP
\ successful. It seems that the first Quick, Easy "Automatic Mount".InstallationFourWay
Toulls. :
I 'ing.Of course It Is such Incidents "formal frolic" sponsored by the The school board reappolnted B.I I EXTRACOST Rust Proofing" ........N.......................
I that we like to tell our advertisers youngsters caused a dipping into W. Turk principal and the seven e

about, !'cause 'we know the ads the kitty. Since that time Fuller elementary and ,six high nigh et ,your ..........: ...-
read. This ad has strongly stressed money must .'
are feeing particular school teachers. 4
i be in hand before making the ar (II;:; -
was Frank Denmead Juanita Mrs. W. L. Lott was elected l
i Johnson, Carroll Benson, et ale rangements. Car washes, etc. president of the Clewlston Garden W. STORE
'
have been the rule Instead of the lIIIIIII
p' e e
e Glades Gas Co.
is i exception as the grades make their Club.M.
named
c Gene Fuller noted Monday that E. Von Mach was Al Fuller'sCountry
assessed $1500 for
Friday night'sactivities.
Saturday was the largest day of commander Flotilla 7, Division 2,
For those who haven'tdropped
record for Individuals using the C. Florida Coast Guard Auxiliary
by one of these occasions, DAN MCCARTHY
S. Mott pooL A total of 294 passed Gene Mills had a movie partyfor Store
they should the set
I young
through the doors, while the his 14th birthday
r Is just as sharp as their promlng Clewiston F1a.
next largest number was slightlyover schoolmates. C e e Phone YU 2.1311 ,
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225 last year, --
TEN TEARS AGO
-asClewlston -.a-
I and Hendry County Richard Phelps and Ernie Cor- (From CfewUton 30. 1953)News)
April PERFORMANCE
iiI stand to gain an estimated $12- nette.are keeping a close count on TOTAL :
I 500 annual from the, redivlsion! their used cars this week as 30sets Mrs. Ruth Owens was elected ,
I of Lake Okeechobee vis way of the of.used'car k y* h&.vA disappeared president by the. Business and
gas ,tax funds providing Ihlngi "It teems that someone Professional Women's Club,
I go as planned.The probably kids, removed keys from W. W. Perry was named district -
redlvislon which was brought :all but the front row of cars Mon- deputy grand master for the
4 on by Glades County and a suit day. At this time no cars have 25th Masonic District of Florida. < f
which it filed against Palm Beach disappeared, nor have any of the Catherine Hansen of LaBelle and '
County has stirred much illwill in stray keys shown up. Ray Jones of Clewlston represented ''
Hendry County In the :Miami /jitI
Herald Spelling Bee. Catherine was
; JOHNSON'SFISH runae IIOMEFOWN county champ and Ray was runner-

CAMP CLAIM SERVICE J n a I
up.Mrs.. Raymond Caruthers arrived '
BOATS. MOTORS. GUIDES Wenner Call A. H. Vann in Fairbanks Alaska, to Jolt e h ltlWtk :y
****het AaesfT I husband who was stationed t
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i" VERY SPECIAL OCCASION PLAN WHAT" HE KNOWS...YOU'D BE DRIVING THE 1963 TOTAL- PERFORMANCE. FORD


j Let occasion will I Ford Is traditionally the nation's Number One police The
us help you make that special one you car. VVhatevtt your special demands and needs, the total pw

I long remember. If you are planning a banquet, a wedding reason.!__! Performance! fom nce ford b the car most likely to satisfy you ail the way
When H comes to can the police don't take chances. Put down the HIM.You can prove this for
party, cocktail party, buffet . yourself In a State Trooper's shoes. Every day you must patrol Fi lool tat Ford's yourself.

: r Don't fuss-Leave the Planning to Us; '\\\i". hundreds of miles In your but cruiser. Mileage and time grind intoa .t'ls' year in,;the grueling astounding Daytona,record Riverside In open and Atlanta competition SOft
:1 man and his machine, when the bell rings you've got to- '-and|In the Pure Oil. towith
demanding Only
Performance Trials.
During iJ ,, -- be ready. Chase. Turn. Corner. Quick stop/You've got to bo $totaj! performance win
could
-,. ;able to.,do it all! if,you're going to do your Job. roll| up so many impressive
See beftre
t end
J V SOP Season Listen to a irooper list the reasons why he prefers a Ford silent Toque buy any new car, test-drive the solid
Super Ford '
and realize how difficult it is for car to If you haven't driven one lately,youcan't
c you any measure hoW
up really
Serving daily [ what a new Ford l Is like. Make this 'ImportantdiscoveryIf
you to his standards. The car must be strong.. it has to stand up

t1 i '' to big mileage. It must be silent. when you practically live tohl!.performance.Ira built by Ford,, ft's built for performance...
t''' Breakfast Lao Dinner In rattle can sound like a kettle drum. It
a cat a must be
j i J do."; 71M 11:1: .... 11:11: ..... 1 ..m. IM tao .... ,. powerful enough to catch any car on the road. It must swift be solid, silent SUPER TORQUE

I. .,.dependable even in the face of the unexpected Strong. roe a m e na mss or

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f THE CLEWISTON Awards Are Presented At 4-H Club I;



First County-Wide Awards Dinner


a Approximately 300 4-H dub Vice-president Lyndon Johnson, I
members, parents leaden and Governor Farris Bryant and Commissioner -'
guests attended the first annual of Agriculture Doyle
Awards Dinner of the Hendry Conner expressing regrets that

County 4-H Club, Council at Sugar- they were unable to attend the

land Park Auditorium, dewiston, banquet.
Saturday evening. Mike Bowden summarized the
The 4-H honorary membershipand history of 4-H work in Hendry
meritorious service awards county, and said since its founding -
were presented to County Com- In 1958 the club has grown to
missioner H. S. Parkinson and Dr. 200 members with 12 distinct clubsin
Jack Williams of LaBelle J. W. operation and 18 local leader

Beardsley and Dr. Charles Reid, of assisting Progress of the club workis
Clewll+.on. These four men were indicated in the county; winning
designated as outstanding in their top honors the state dairy awardfor

assistance to the 4-H dub work. 1962, and in the cattle judging (, ',.

THERE WERE MOO cattle ta the feedlots of wry from 1.009 to 4,000. Fouwtag the freeze Such honors in the past have been team winning first place in South-
bestowed on H. T. Vaughn, Sr., west Florida competition: at the
the
which these pens are a part on day this pielast winter, 4.200 head were moved Into the feed-
was totes The population of the feed lots lots. STAFF PHOTO John Corbln, Julian Dickson, Robert fair in Fort Myers and fifth placein
tore Dickson, John Ash, Tom Perry the state wide competition at the

EstablishesFirst and members of the board of county state fair in Tampa
Bass commissioners.: Wilbur Ren-, Andy Ballard made the closing
CommercialFeed nolds made the presentations Sat- statement, expressing the appreciation -

Lot Deal urday evening. of the members for the fine.
attendance at the banquet
Gene Harrison, assistant countyagent
Bob Bass, a cattleman from Vero in change of 4-H work in the Decorations of the hall were 4-H RICHARD HERRING. 4-11 Council president, presented certificate

I Beach has established a feed lot county, made the presentations to emblem and banners, and gladioli, of meritorious service to James W. Beardsley, center. and H. 8.
Iteration at Hayes Ranch, three / the 4-H members for their outstanding which were placed on the tables Parkinson, right at the Award Dinner ta Sugsrland Auditorium
Inules west of Clewiston. During achievement in various and the rostrum. Saturday STAFF PHOTO.
winter his cattle popula- The dinner menu consisted of
past fields. Each received a gold pin. -- -
mark InI charcoal broiled steak, fresh Eng
Ition reached the 4.200
These awards and the winners
at llsh tomatoes, relishes Mrs. Caretta Cannon of Lake
sustained potatoes
I and was ap peas Langston InjuredJames
Beef Awards Mike Bowden
were: ; ,
Placid spent Saturday visiting with
proximately 3,000 for several Y,1 and cup cakes, excellently :
extending through March. Henry Bowden, Carl Willis, Dairy prepared and well served by the4H C. Langston, messengerfor her daughter, Mrs S. H. Stalls and
weeks, Awards, Mike Fletcher, Tommy
club members with assistance the u.s. Sugar Corporation family!
I Custm feed lots are one of the Mann, J. 0. Davidson, III, and suffered minor bruises and lacerations *
I modern Innovations of the cattle Carl Willis; Sewing Awards, :of parents and leaders. In an auto colliclslon at

Industry. Ranchers can often Nancy Albritton, Patsy Cox, Diane I the intersection of US 27 and "" 'ASrCWBl;

Ipay for custom feed lot services Simmons, Rosa: Vasquez, Marcia CalendarMay Pacific Avenue early Tuesday [ A J 'SERVICE J ,

cheaper than they can carry on 4 '/'eJl t Williamson; Electrical Awards: S-Indian River Field Lab- morning ( CaU A. H. Vaoi
their own feed supplement projgram. Nancy Tanner, Nancy Albritton, to Officer Richard .
I oratory, Fort Pierce. Field day, 1p.m. According ..s....aiItasMn --. i,
Gary Albritton, Carl Willis; Re- Sapplngton, a 1954 Packard driven Ift..5'L
I The feed lot deal is a seasonalthing. creation, Peggy Blount, Wilbur Everglades. cattle; 3-5 Experiment p.m. vegetables Station, by Mr. Dupree of LaBelle ran the ... Phone YU 2-59lf

Bass has now closed downfor Rennolds; Poultry Kay Fields; Belle Glade, 10 a.m. stop light and hit the 1962 Chevrolet ..NMN--MNM/=.J. !

the summer. Cattle simply do. Tractor; Tommy Vaughan May Hearing on sugar can pickup driven by Langston in
not de well penned together closely Special leadership awards wentto wages and prices, Glades office the side. The truck continued on
through the hot weather. Bass Wilbur Rennolds and Richard and struck a large oak tree and
building. Belle Glade, 10 a.m.
leiplalns. So he operates his feed I THIS IS THE FEED MIXING PLANT WHICH BOB BASS IN- Herring Special achievement May S 7 Fair Management was damaged approximately 1350
lot only from early fall to early STALLED at Hayes Ranch to mix cattle feed for his feed lot operation. awards went to Mike Bowden, Carl short course, U. of Fla., Gaines Damage to Durpree's car was estimated -
summer.In I This equipment handles all Ingredients of the feed, measuring and mix Willis, J. 0. Davidson, III and at $400 by the officer, who
the early fall ranchers begin tag automatically. The feed Is never touched by human hands, since It Nancy Albritton. ville.May 28-29-South Florida Citrus charged Dupree with running a

tending cattle to Bass by the Is discharged Into self-emptying tracks for conveyance to the feed 4-H Club leaders, who were recognized Institute, Camp Cloverleaf Lake stop sign and causing an accident NOT A OCEL... ,.
trUckload. He has 20 pens each troughs at the cattle pen.-STAFF. PHOTO. daring the brief program Placid. NOT A ROTARY tL.:

adjoining on about 10 acres of There's a wide asphalt "plat!, touched by hand. They are mechanically -! at the banquet were Gene Felton, June 7-8 Light horse short Florida ranks 17th in the nation "Cycle-sofo"' cutter corrects
(ranch land. A continuous feed form." tor( paved area) on the end measured and pumped Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Willis, Mrs. course, U. of Fla., Gainesville. in beef production and the the cliiaJ.onlogat of both I
extends the full length ofhe Ralph Taylor, Harvey Prldgen,
nigh of the feed lots next to the feed into tanks by air pressure; then cattle Industry is still growing by Leta Roseboom I
row of pens. Food and mineral fed into the of the Shell Williams, W J. Robison, ,
trough, so there's no boggy, slop- gravity augurs Exalted Ruler At leaps and bounds. Despite this, Dr.
available to the cattle. Mrs Tanner, Mr. and Mrs E. T
are always mixer, and delivered from the mix
py footing for the cattle. T. J. Cunha. U. of Fla.'s, animal AgentPhone
Rennolds Paul Pullen, Mrs. Milford District Clinic
Cattle are coming and ,air, in er Into self-emptying feed truck science department head says the YU 1-691J evening I
Williamson, Mrs. R. E. Kreid-
,,0 ; an almost steady stream at Bass'., which are driven alongside the I Exalted Ruler A. C. Elllso state is only producing 20 per cent 1-52(1 days
ler, Mrs. R. L. Morgan, John Stitt
long feed troughs, dispensing an of the beef it
"We handle them all the way and Mrs. Ellison were in West consumes
and Mrs. Gene Harrison.
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flow of feed.
through for, the owner," he said. even I Palm Beach Sunday attending a . ,. ] .
he feeds and cares In this manner only three em- Richard Herring, president of district deputy meeting of the .lrJ..f(1.
,
This means
for them and when so Instructed, ployees are required to feed and the 4-H County Council, was Master exalted rulers and secretaries of .. eeee ,

sells and delivers them anywherein care for the 2.800 to 4,200 cattle. of Ceremonies. Tommy Nowl- the 11 Elks lodges in the district.' I
state. He sells one truck- Feeding was an all day Job when ing Introduced the special guests, Membership attendance, officers I
load the or six or more truckloads the pens held 4,200 cattle, add including elected county officials. attendance, youth activities and For Complete Fly ControlUse
A truck will contain Bass, but when the population Joanne Crawford led the pledge to National Foundation Certificate
time.
at a
26 animals and up to was reduced to about 3,000 the the American Sag, and Bob Mid- for educational purposes were the
about grown
65 calves. (The calves are transported men got through in about a halfday's dleton, the pledge to the 4-H Flag. topics discussed at the round table Purina Stock Spray

Jn J-'double-deckeru'U time. Peggy Blount announced that com- workshop. A buffet meal at
feed ThH II Uo first'teed lot oper.tlon' .- municattong-"had been received which the wives were.also guestswas
cattle -
Bass mixes his own buying on a commercial. basis In from President J. F. Kennedy held following the meetnLNews For Spraying or Dipping
in a huge. mixing operation. Hendry County. I .
Ingredients in carload lots. Kills Hornflies, Ticks, ,
Into the big tank Is poured corn

BOB BASS LOOKS OUT OVER from Tampa, pre-mlx from Deer- Lice Fleas & Mange <-.----,.-
Okeechobee, ,
CATTLE PENS where doting field minerals from and Viewsof
Orlando, etc. Reuses
e) kelcht of the winter season, he citrus pulp from instead
so to 4,200 head of cattle deflorlnated phosphate In- il. or
S operation Is closing for the I of the familiar salt to control feed. your County Agent -
i take. This is mixed in the t
miner months, because at Baas
571. tattle simply do not do wen The mixing of the feed is an in- Purina back Scratch
I Itself.-None FRANK POLHILL
closely together ta hot to
Concentrate
nther-STAFF PHOTO. oflethen elements In the feed areWEDGWORTH'S

w M;. er I" Watermelon prices took a sud- ring August 31st all swine moving Controls Flies '

den dip last week due to extremelycold from farm to farm or through livestock _" Lice Mosquitoes
weather In the northern mar- markets, must have been ,
INC. kets. This, plus the fact that dry vaccinated. They may, however, Gnats, Ticks &

weather has reduced the crop by move directly to slaughter houses Mites
at least 1/3. makes the outlook not without vaccination. Contact the

SINCE 1932 too rosy for growers. However, county agent's office or local veterinarian -
with some luck with the weatherwe for further information Scatter Fly Bait
.
e 1
may still be all right
ii r C r: 0 Cane grower and others Around Outside Areas
Prolonged drouth conditions should be ultra careful when I

: prevail all ever the area.Tonne baring their field sprayed Porches, Patios, Dog Kennels, -- .,...,
citrus groves are wilting and with 2-4-D, so that surrounding
pastures without Irritation are vegetable field 'win not Garbage Cans, or wherever ,..

extremely short and brown. be damaged by spray drift. Flies Congregate Outside '
Cattle at this point, however, Three different vegetable field
-..,...V. sfON seem to be holding ap quite were reported damaged ta this

.... .. well. manner this week.
CORBIN FARM & RANCH SUPPLY
THE ROADWAY TO THE e.ee 0.00 ;

Cane Molasses Fertilizers LEFT .f this picture, the feed Hendry County citrus growers Dr. Elmer Hodges spoke on pasture I
truck moves, slowly dispensingFeed will join growers from five other management to the local Cat- Sugarland Highway Clewiston, Fla. !

through an automatic equip counties on a tour to the experiment tlemen's Association Thursday eve-
Cattle Minerals PesticidesWEDGWORTH'S mend Into the troughs which ex- station at Lake Alfred. Dr. ning. a V.V.V.V.V.V..V.V.ATTENTION .
.
lead the fan lengths .f the feed Herman Reitz, director of the station I.

lots. la thi* manner hundreds ol wUL.personally conduct the DID YOU KNOW .
cattle are fed easily and quickly tour. That Florida produces one*
STAFF PHOTO. 0 e .' fourth of the nation's fresh tomatoes .

INC. Florida Is cooperating with the and that the average ,
federal government In a Hog Chol- American eonoumes tVt pound

'.0. Box 204 TOM PABKEB Belle OU4o Bale Kepreaantativ Pfceoo UYssM S-ttT J.- era eradication ,program. Begta- of tomatoes annually? Farmers, Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK I


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4 THE CLEWISTON (Fla) NEWS. Thurs, May 2, 1983 Calvary Baptists
LETS SEND our Cheerleaders to
Plan RevivalRevival I! / Camp|
Julio Catala Women 1 !
Moody, services beginning Mon. \ View* COME TO the benefit
I'Gloria i day night May 6th will be held at
r Calvary Baptist Church in South
: Are Wed In St. Margaret'sMiss Clewlston, each night through thi TUPPERWARE PARTY
week states Mrs. Ruth Hancock,
Gloria Moody, daughter of The bride chose a floor lengt clerk. I
t Mr and Mrs. L S. Moody .nd lace wedding gown, with round The visiting evangelist is the ,J I' M Canebrake Patio
Julio Catala, son of Mr. and Mri. neck, short sleeves and long lac Rev. George A. Henderson, a former yip 4 7 1
R. A. Catala, were married in gauntlets. Her fingertip veil ws. pastor of the Moore Haven
high noon ceremony at St. Mar attached to a pearl and corone Baptist Church who is now serving ', 8 p.m., Tuesday, May 7 Everybody Welcome)
,aret'. Catholic Church on Saturday crown. Her bridal bouquet was of a pastorate at Oneco, Florida
1 AprU 20th. Rev. Tithe feathered carnations, centere There will be special singing at
Charles, priest, officiated. with a white orchid. She carried i i each of the services, which start Advertising Doesn't Cost It Pays
Bridesmaids were Miss babe white Rosary at 7.30: Monday through Friday !
r F Martinez and Miss Raye Cox, wh Charles Arnold was best man evenings. Everyone is Invited and
were gowned In pink organza, with and Maunel Sotillo was usher.A urged to attend and enjoy these m'U'
matching hats and bouquets 01 wedding reception at Sugar'. services.
variegated blossoms. land Auditorium followed the

ceremony. Methodist
The bride's golng-away costumi Group
Beta Sigma Phi was a white suit with blue acres. Honors Miss LeeThe ;l
series. ',! Vr1
Celebrates Founders The young couple left for a shor Commission on Education of
trip to the Florida West Coast ant the Methodist Church held a special -
Day With BanquetThe several days In Gainesville, before meeting at the Clewlston Inn
returning to Clewlston when to honor the chairman, Miss Evelyn -
Clewlston Chapter of Beta they are residing on East Pasadena Lee. .j'T1
Sigma Phi sorority celebrated the Avenue.Mr. Miss Lee was presented with a .
f 32nd anniversary of the organiza. Catala is employed at gift as a token of appreciation for
t tion's founding with a banquet al Glades Gas Company and his the wonderful leadership and dedicated
the Clewlston Inn Saturday eve bride at dewiston Federal Savingsand service in connection with Please Order Your FlowersFor
Din,. The first chapter of the sorority Loan Association. the commission of education.
was founded in Abilene, Kansas Refreshments were served to .f MOTHER EARLYWe
., and in 32 years the sorority Stork Shower Ken Walker, Mrs. M. H. Peers,,
has grown to include 7003: chapters Mrs. L. G. Vaughan, Mrs. Ralph
with 150,000 members In 14 For Mrs. KilpatrickMrs. Causseaux, ,Mrs. Bob Welch, Mrs.
countries of the world. Major Lee Mrs. Don Galassinl. will have an abundance of potted planti
In addition to the banquet traditional Joan Kilpatrick was hon- Mrs. James Brandon, Mr. and Mrs. g, w in stock.
ceremonies of the sorority oree at a stork shower given Bob Pearce, Mrs. Curtis Fry and
were observed. During the program Thursday evening by members of Rev. Richard Knight.
the activities of the local group her Sunday school class. .
Cutflowers
were reviewed and new members Miss Sandra Rutland and :Mrs. .To Arrangements CorsagesLOWORN'S
Gospel Sing
received their first welcome into Eva Richardson won prizes in the
N membership The new membersare games which provided entertainment Benefit ChurchThe
Mrs. Betty Baker, Mrs. Elizabeth during the evening. The door FLOWERSPhone
Bass, Mrs. Margaret Bare,' prize was won by Miss Evelyn South Clewlston Community
Mrs. Ann Johnson, Mrs. Betty Maples Hama,.. Hostesses were Mrs. Pentecostal Holiness Church is MRS. WALTER FALK
Mrs. Betty McPhaO. Mrs. Bobbie Swindle and Mrs Ruth sponsoring a Gospel Sing Saturday YU 2-2171 ClewiitooPLEASE
Mrs. Sandra Stanley Coleman. May 11 at Sugarland Auditor
Ruth Mottley. Elaine Siewert & Walter Falk
Mrs. Glorine Walker, :Mrs. Guests present included Mrs. lum. Featured at the sing will be
Charlsie Wilson Sara Goodwin, Mrs. Lydia Wagger- Miami's Missionary Quartet. Also
The Girl of the Year awardof by, Mrs. Conley Mrs. E. C. Cole- to; appear on the program is Clew.
the chapter went to Mrs. Terry) man, Mrs. :Merle Dickson, Mrs. Iston's Sugarland Trio and other Are Married in Methodist ChurchMis
Man- special music is being planned.The .
I Milicevlc for her outstanding serv Carole Dickson Mrs. Sybil I
I ice. Retiring president, Mrs. Jane sung Mrs. Virginia Robison, Mrs. program is to benefit the Elaine Siewert became the and Miss Nancy Fasenfeld. They
Jackson, turned the gavel to next Sandra Stewart, Mrs. Maggie building program of the church and bride of Walter Rand Falk at 4. wore dresses similar to the honor
I I year' president, Mrs. Eunice Knott Mrs. Arlene Platt, Mrs.' ionatlons of 75 cents for adults o'clock Sunday afternoon, April 28,, attendant and carried similar bou.
a Cothern. Frances Baldree Mrs. BlancheBronson and 35 cents for students will be in the First Methodist Church ofClewiston. : quets.
Davidson, iccepted. Starting time for the musical -
Mrs. Blanche
cultural
.
While the sorority is a
George Falk. brother of the
and social organization, the members Mrs Elsie Tomlinson, Mrs. festival is 7.30.Methodists: The bride is the daughter of Mr bridegroom was best man. V.herswere
of the local chapter have undertaken Ricks Mrs. Don Evans, Mrs.00.1 and Mrs Walter Siewert of Clew Robert Grime, Jim Tar .
+ service projects in connection H. Peers Mrs. Wiseman, Mrs. Hold iston. The bridegroom is the sot brough and Martin Herskovitz.
with the following activities iris, Mrs Ors Fritchey, Mrs. Hazel, of Mr. and Mrs. Nils C. Falk of
Mrs. Essie Paulk. Mrs.' Conference ToniteThe The mother of the bride wore a DON'T
: the milk fund of the local Taylor Vero Beach. PtAT
silk sheath with and
schools, the TB X-Ray units, the (Catherine Curry Mrs. Dorothy Conference The Rev. Richard 0. Knight yellow Jacket
Fourth
Quarterly
white accessories. The mother of
Sabin Oral Sunday program. The Postell. Mrs. Eva Richardson, Mrs. officiated at the double ring ceremony I
Method "
will be held at the First the groom was dressed in champagne
Dannie Kilpatrick. Mrs. Dorothy
which
chapter's newest project, on .
lit Church Thursday evening at
work has already been started, Is Rutland Mrs. Susie Green, Misses The chancel and altar of the silk with matching accessor
the Carolyn Green Christine and Carolyn r:30: pm.Dr. ies. Their: corsages were of cymbedium -
for baskets
launching an auxiliary Laurie Ray, superintendent church held palms, standing I. orchids.
Hendry General Hospital.Orchestra Curry, Gail Sullivan Patty of white gladioli, mums and
: of the West Palm Beach District
J Manning, Anna Postell Margie will be to conduct the and lilies, while white tapers. Chorea Reception
Howard, Bonnie Knowles,Sue Tom- present The
burned in cathedral candlelabra reception was held immediately
; Playing Unson, Becky Spires, EvelynDsughtry meeting committees and hear and year-end commissions reportsof Pew markers were white satin ribbons after the ceremony in the
Carole Evans, Suzanne and greens. social hall of the church. The
q ; For Elks Saturday Peers, Evelyn Harnage, Linda Kfl- Nuptial music was presented bj bride's table was overlaid with

,l The regular First Saturday evening oatrlck, Judy, Eula and Sandra BIRTHS Miss Cheryl Lee, organist, and floor length net cloth over satin, UNTIL YOU GET A LONG DRIVE IN COMET AT
1. dinner of the Elks Lodge will Rutland. Mr. and Mrs Albert Robert Mrs Thomas B. Owens, soloist and held an arrangement of roses
be held this weekend and will be Broadfoot, Jr., of Jacksonville are Mrs.. Owens' songs were "Be. and carnations with candles in sit MERCURYDEALER'S
LI followed by dancing In the club. Church Youths At the proud parents of a son Albert cause," "Entreat Me Not to Leave ver candlelabra. The punch tables YOUR
Jack Davis and his local orchestra Robert Broadfoot III, who was Thee" and "The, Wedding Pray were similarly arranged. Mrs. C.
{ will furnish the music. This Cookout TuesdayMembers born on April first The baby er." E. Worsham served the four-tiered
combo has proven very popular at weighed eight pounds, eleven The bride, who was given ii wedding cake and Misses Wanda
V, local dance. of the Intermediates mnces. marriage by her father, wore a Chandler, Sally Schick and Betsy
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\ In addition to local Elks and Department of First Baptist gown of white deLuna satin designed Boy assisted hi serving Miss Irene
their guests, the club will have Church enjoyed an outdoor party Mr. and Mrs. William Watton along princess lines. It featured Lawson presided at the bride's
about 20 members of the Punta and cookout at the country home ire the proud parents of a baby a sabrlna neckline of re- book.
": "1 Gorda Boat Club, who plan to >f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polhill girl Valerie Ann, who was born embroidered alencon lace adorned After a honeymoon on Marathon
; "! come up the river for a weekend ruesday evening.Approximately April 24th at Hendry General, Hospital. with tiny seed pearls and long Shores on the Keys, Mr. and Mrs
I cruise. This group pas visited 40 youths attended She weighed six pounds, sleeves that tapered to points over Falk: will be at home at SOT East vsltn rtcoril I
"t! 1j. Clewlston on similar occasions in the party. Horseback rid- I fourteen ounces.. e e her hands. Her aisle wide skirt was College Avenue, Tallahassee Fla., Tbs compact with flns-cir styling lid bat nails
(land riding the hog!) provided enhanced with appliques of lace,, \
,i M the past and they find the Elk. In" of Mrs. Falk: is a graduate of Florida
Mr. and Mrs Jose Sanchez I
,\ Club welcome. some pre-supper entertainment State University and is employedat
} hospitality very
terminated
\ Jevll's Garden are parents of a HENDRY MOTORS Inc.
and other COUNTY
frilled hamburgers
'j{ Elks art receiving letters with I Lewis State Bank hi Tau.ha..1
who ,
: ; details of the evenings arrangements food were prepared outdoors by! laughter, named Angelica, bouffant veil of Imported silk illusion see Her husband Is a senior at I1a"
,, : and the house committee he yungsters and their adult leadTS. arrived on April 24th weighing was attached to a crown ol Florida State University I lugorlond Highway dowbtoa
.j" attendance. 0 five pounds two ounces. seed pearls and crystal drops. She
11 hopes for a large . ....... -
t OPIr4060i0040400N0t0+0a . . .. . .- .- .- . Y carried a cascade bouquet centered of white
I roses and stephanotis
with an orchid.
I'' Miss Janet Siewert was maid of

; I II ; dress honor of She taffeta wore overlaid an astir with blue silk (9L

!I cze42)ovcvcia organza. It had a scoop neckline 2114 WgrlPh
I and bell shaped overskir\with sell .
; bow at the front She wort a head A
piece of matching material with
I a circular face veil Her bouquet
: was of feathered carnation and MOThERSUNDAY

f : May 12 is Mother's Day centered Bridesmaids with sweetheart were ":Miss roses.Charlotte _

Clements, Miss Marcia Bealle

r!l" : ,! Lingerie is a favorite gift -Surprise Shower, MAY 12th


." Cotton dacron Artemis a Saturday Evening

} I 1 or Nylon For Mrs. Branaman Shop
KAHN'SBelle
t Slips or
; A surprise baby shower honored
I i'1 Gowns Pajamas, Mrs. John Branaman Saturday
I : 'I; Robes Half SlipsIn ,.i evening at the home of Mrs. H.
I T. Vaughn Sr.Hostesses (
Cotton dacron who used a pink and
I '.,\ matching sets, ort y'i blue color scheme for the) occasion -

f Sold separately or Nylon were Mesdames D. W. Judd. Glade
i Swindle and
Jimmy Owens, Billy
I Miss Evelyn Vaughn.
ARTEMIS PANTIES $2.00
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I Game prizes were won by Mrs.
1 ,: SLEEP BRATS Royce Carlton and Mrs. Charlie
/ Buxton
Gift
.i ,- I Martinez and Miss Hilda !Coot! was Sets Catalina Sportswear
awarded the door prize. .
Ii' DACRON ROBES $4.49 to $5.98 Guests enjoying toe tvenlng I.

\ were A. W.Mesdames Lawrence, O.Larry E.: Le Etherton.,;.J. B. ft Vanity Fair Lingerie .i.( Florida Hand Bags

t! HANES COMPLETE LINE of hose Hendry J. A. Duncan, J. C Cow ,
j 0'I an. Parker Wilson,X. O. Shows, '
: in the new summer shades :Marlyn Ham.; dyo*,Xgley.'Sklppy ,* Kayser' HoseJonathan

I i'' MESHandOVERKNEESTRETCH 1'.". Schmidt Ham Charlie Robert Martinet Goedhardt Carlos Billy Queen Sportswear, ,

t 4't1 Dickey, Abner Vann. J:. I.>Holou-
bet, Carl Ferrara Jr., H. T.VaughnJr. ,*
CALIFORNIA STRAW BAGS Logan
t1; ., Ken Swayne Frank C. Zc- i;:( Troyling Shoes
monek, W. P. Jemlgan. Bill Sloan,


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: DEPT. Jones Misses, Sandra Martha Swayne Shows, Mattle Cecil Sue '* Koro Jewelery "t. :
a Lt! STORE Williams Linda Walker, Gloria ., Phoenix1fosiery
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gladioli and chrysanthemums and Engagement Announced THE CLEWISTON lighted with white
tapers in cathedral ''
candlelabra. BirthdayMay .>May 1- 1. W. dark, Susie Re- I II
Mrs. Robert Kelly, loloist and I Happy
Miss Molly Mullins, organist, presented land.May 8-Lum Dalton, Gloria Taylor ,
2-1.011 Scott, Mrs. Joe Eld-
a program of nuptial music Emerson Hooky Avant.
_
I Mrs. Kelly's numbers were "AI- er. .. -
ways" and "Because." yi r'fiy May 3-Evelyn Shelley, Richard
,. The Rev. 1.. T. Fagan Sr, officiated f Knowlei, Allen Padett.
h at the double ring ceremony.I May 4-M. C. Doke, Cordon Cro- PIZZAYU
The bride entered with her'I ,, fut
ar father, by whom she was given Inmanlae. May Harvey Benscboter, O. 2.3311
Her wedding gown was L. Espenlaub, Gene Fuller.
of dacron batiste with short skirt May 6 Marion Bybee Fred
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Sugarland Pharmacy :
featuring an Imported lace panel Humberstone Gloria Ingram.
which extended from the hem to
the round neckline The bodice features ..,,

short cap sleeves. Her only .... ., ............................ ....."
jewelry was a silver leaf neck- .. i.i i. I. .::, : ..11.. .:
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lace given her by her grandparents c 4N.N :. ,
when the was a small child. Her ...... ,f Ii
short veil was attached to a pearl i .1..rN
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4 !tiara which had been worn by the :"".
matron of honor at her weddtn[. ;' I II
1- Her flowers were feathered car. i M'W 'I!
nations centered with a white or ,I I.J

1J r chid.Her only attendant was Mrs.Richard w )' ..r
Olnger. her cousin, who 1 favoriteIn
was matron of honor. She was Mn
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: ,..wrbra.
gowned in blue taffeta with tulle
AND Mast WAYNE SPUILIN oversklrt. She wore a white rung ? millions '
hat with short veil and blue flower k. i;
Church Is Scene trim. Her bouquet was a colonial of Dixie
3aptist SundayrorSpurlinStevensWedding
arrangement of variegated flow
"'"''
ers home: -
The groom was attended by his S, ,
Ceremony cousin, Clayton Spurlin, as belt d,,
man. Ushers were Gary Stevens,
n i ceremony at the First BapCburch of 448 South Olympic Street, and brother of the bride: Richard i
: at 3 o'clock Sunday he 1* the ion of Mr. and MM dinger and Raymond Ford. .
rnron Miss Evie Lenore Stev- Jesse Spurlin of 208 S. Francisco Following the ceremony a reception I
, became the bride of Wayne Ave. I was held at the Church MISS SUE BOOKER
+Nard Spurlin. She if the daughc The church altar was arranged Fellowship Hall, where white
( Mr. and Mri. Run Stevens with palms and baskets of white chrysanthemums and .]ads were I place at St. Margaret's Catholic
used tor decorations. The table BookerPitzenMr. Church in ClewlttoH.I .
was covered with a white linen I ..AFOOT FOR
cloth and centered with an arrangement and Mrs. 0. C. Booker of
r r r of mums and asters. 414 Bond Street dewlston, announce -
Branched candlelabra held white the engagement of their (g lJtiitltmL

1A' tapers. The crystal punchbowls I daughter Sue Booker, to Mr.I littoft teN
were surrounded with fern. James Pltzen, son of Mr. and Mrs. I
I Mrs. Fred Thomaison and Miss O. N. Pitzen, 343 Pasadena Ave..I .
Grande Peacock of West Palm Clewlston.
Beach and Miss Lillian Spurlin of Miss Booker has attended Clew I CLF.W1STON.. FLORIDA .,* &$&:* W
Fri. Sat., 3 4
Miami assisted in serving the Iston High School and her fiance May ./
0r wedding cake and punch. Miss Sue graduated from Clewlston High I Double Feature
Bowman of West Palm Beach pre- School In 1957. He is now employed I "Legend of LoBo" MAY 121SMOTHER'S
sldad at the guest book. in agricultural work.
For her daughter's wedding Mrs. June, the traditional month for,, Watt. Disney's True ,
r urns Stevens chose a two-piece cotton brides has been chosen for their!i Nature Story DAYFlattering
dacron dress !in are and pink de weddln,. The ceremony will take "Naked Spur"JAMES
.! sign. Her accessories were white j STEWARTMID
: and her corsage a white orchid. rains filled with pink roses and Y A
$I 2 968 Urs. Spurlin, the groom's mother, small white pompom mums. Other
NITS SHOW
wore a blue embroidered sheath centered with miniature
tables were Stylesin
Sat, May 4
with white accessories and an orchid bride and groom dolls. Place
"' r corsage. cards held a small souvenir of "Phantom of Opera"Greatest
Before leavlnug on a short trip to perfume. | Thrill Show of All TimeeflsMsMfcaatsnavnMHCB Slippers
the West Coast the bride changed The hostesses presented the bride !. ,
to a dress of black and white pique luncheon set ss a me' .'
with a linen Sun. Mon. Tues., May S 6 7 Classic Pumps
HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS Inc. with white accessories and the orchid mento of the occasion. Miss Sle- "Sodom andGomorrah" ,
from her wedding bouquetThe to
her gifts
wert also presented
;orlond Highway Clewiston Flo.WRINGER I bride attended West Palm her weddin attendants. | in cloth shoes for outdoors fun.
and Monte Verde
Beach schools to share this event were
Invited A Colorful and Exciting i
Academy, Monte Verde, Fla. She is Miss Elaine Sicwerb her of Bible
the bride Story the
a 1960 graduate of the BeU Isles ,mother, Mrs. Walter Slewert;jtlsoj I See Lots Wife Turned Into a These are practical and lovely for .gifts.
Justness College, West Palm Slewert, Miss Charlotte -, Pillar of Salt
Miss Janet Our store is filled with .hoe*'bouaht
caPA irr Beach She Is a member of AthenIan Clements Mite Marcia Bealle,
Ash NEw Boo and Y-Teen dubs. MIll Nancy raienfeld, Mia Cheryl Wed. Thuri.. May 6 .9 with YOU in mind.
The groom graduated from dew- Lee and Mrs. Thomas B. Owens.
"The Miracle
AuroMAriIASH loon High School.and served four Come in and see.HOLLINGSWORTH'S.
years In the US. Air Force, In- I Worker"
R rludlag a tour of duty In Japan. Out of Town Guests I Academy Award Winners

; He Market.is employed Clewiston.at Time Saver At Bridal LuncheonMr. ANN Best BANCROFTFor Actress SHOES

Upon their return from the wedding and Mrs. Russ Stevens enter-I PADDY DUKE Bond & Hwy. Clewiston
trip( the couple will live at tamed 30 out of town Best Supporting Actress
South Francisco Avenue. guests Sunday prior to the wedding
of their daughter, Lenore to Wayne
w Miss Siewert Is Spurlin.
In town to:attend
+ The guests were
4 CYCLE Luncheon Honoree the wedding ceremony held I
Mrs. M. L. Goodwin and Mrs. later in the day
t fred C. Slkes entertained at the In the, evening about 43 friends
home of the latter on Royal Palm gathered at the Stevens home for FRA'NK'SGroCery
Avenue Saturday, honoring Miss a buffet supper following the ceremony
Moon wraoi Elaine Siewert with a bridal and reception. Mrs. Stevens
luncheon. was assisted !in entertaining by
The buffet' table was deco ed Mrs. H. D. Tlnsley and Mrs. H.
i $189.00 with a miniature bride floral of West Palm Beach.
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a THE. CLEWISTON -(Fla. NEWS. Tburs.. May 2, 1983 I refreshments the patio, the girls and will all prepare interestedpersons the School Swim Team i Mike with a Durrence line single started to left ftyld the ,game Sidney Punta Gordans turn spend Sunday the night S*h,%W 4 1

invited to attend. Thegirl ; Hlgdon drove the next pitchto The Elks Club Is
are
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word Ends 1st SeasonThe I right field for a single and Mike elude the visitors tit
Mazzina' Breaks l i: plan to Spread the On CruiseThe >111 m
to
Coming First
long
i among their friends: and hope for Clewlson Tiger Sharks closed Mazzina banged a triple and dance. Saturday night tei4'1III!
left scoring
center Durrqnce
will
the
attendance girls
a large ; Wednesday -
Suncoast RecordsClewlston'i also take orders for the Tupper- ; the In meet swimming with Lee season Junior High Higdon, and he scampered in as Punta Gorda Boat Club has
day, competing in the two events ware items and deliver them on at the City Swimming Pool. Although the throw was wild in attempting notified local marina operator and I
old swimming
Nit 13-year arrival. to catch him at third and the Tigers others that approximately 20 mem-
above. the Sharks lost the meet, Edward'sPlumbing
marvel two first places
won R is had a three run cushion to will be In Clewiston on i a
Mrs. Rachel Padgett assisting ben
In the bettered
swimmers
Only two other most of the swimmers
} in the Sureoast Conference Swimming ; them with their plans. work with. Bible sliced a double to weekend cruise Saturday. The
Meet Friday night Quite, conference won two firsts: they their previous times and
lead off the second inning
Caloosahatchee
Mazzina swam the 400 yard freestyle were Tom Wheeler of Lake Worth On Friday; nine of the Tiger scored on an error in trying; to boats will come up the RePair;
from Fort : ,
River Myers
in 4:43: to outstrip all other. and Bob Bridges of Forest Hill. harks*will compete in Suncoast nip Greg Ricketson.
Rules Replacement
entrants. She also came In first in The meet was held In Lake For UsingSwimming Conference swimming meet at Jimmy Davis worked the first Rej I IINsTAU.ATIom
the 200 ;yard individual medley; Worth. The Lake Worth boys won Lake Worth. five innings of outstanding ball
i with time of 2.27. I first place with 87% points and Pool Results of the Clewlston-Lee however, he was nicked by the PIZZAYU TROUBLE SH
Both events smash conference the Forest Hill girls won first with swim meet are as follows: MASTER .
Wildcats for two runs in the sec LiCE<
records. la the 220-yard I 72%. First Place, Boys-200 )'d. medly VM
ond and two in the fifth In-
; she knocked off two seconds Eugene Fuller, recreation director relay; Bell Clark, Maxham, nings. runs 2-3311 I Call YU 2-6711
from the record held by Susan Cheerleaders Plan has announced the following teardsley; 200 yd. freestyle; Higdon relieved and worked the
Myers, Forest Hill. But her rules will be enforced at the C.S. Beardsley; 200 yd. ind. medly; Bell; last five innings In superb fashion,. Sugarland Pharmacy 325 E. Ventura
most amazing performancewas Benefit PartyThe Mott Swimming Pool: 100 ;yd. butterfly; Besrdsley; 100 only tsh IAABA thA _h..rthr..r__ in
In the 400-yard freestyle Junior and Varsity Cheer- 1. No horseplay at any time- yd. backstroke, Bell; 400 ;yd. freestyle thelOth.:---- -- un .
la which her 4:43 replaced landers are sponsoring a Tupper- this includes pushing, shoving BelLSecond Clewiston outhit WPB, seven to
+ Karen Longs (Lake Worth) ware Party at the Canebrake Patio ducking etc. Place, Boys 100 ;yd. four
but unable to
5.39.9: record set la 1960. next Tuesday; at 8 p.m. for funds to 2. No running-concrete Is slippery backstroke, M. Clark; 100 yd. but- Initial four were run outburst"Qewiaton protectthe
QuIte will represent Qewiston send all the cheerleaders to summer ; when wet. erfly; Maxham; 200 yd. free relay .... 310 000 000 0-4 7 4 MODEL HOMESOlympia
Tiger Sharks in the state swimming cheerleader camp. 3. No one on Life Guard Stand ; McConville, Fletcher Max- W. Palm B. 020 020 000 0-5 4 3
meet in Gainesville Sa turn o J. W. Clark is donating use of except Life Guard or supervisor. ham, Edwards.
Davis, Hlgdon (51( ) and Redish:
4. No swimming in diving area
Third Place, Bo'a-200 yd. free-
:
Sloan and Barber.SPORTS and Alverdez
or under the boards. Persons diving style, E. Sexton; 50 ;yd. free style Avenue
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off boards will swim to the W. Fletcher 100 freestyle, D. Bedroom
SPECIAL SALE ; ;yd. ; New 2 or 3 Homes from
side of the pool-not back under CAR CLUB
1 Edwards; 100 :yd. breaststroke, D.
On 3 bedroom mobile homes the boards. Edwards.
1'f TO
LEHIGH ACRESThe
'f First Place, Glrls-200 ;yd. free-
LOW PRICES EXCELLENT FINANCING 5. Only; one person allowed on $350 DOWNApprox.
Also ONE ONLY NEW 8' x 35' 2 bedroom CLEMSON diving board at a time this includes style; Mazzina; 200 ;yd. medly; newly; formed Glades Sports
the diving tower and ladder. Aazzina; 100 yd. backstroke, Car Association planned a trip to
Full]] Price $2,500See 6. Persons going off the diving Moore; 400 yd. freestyle, Mazzina Lehigh Acres when the second
board should dive straight ahead, Second Place,Girls-200 yd. med. meeting of the group was held $70. Per Month
these Bargains on display; at not towards the sides of the pool. 17 relay; Cato, Oliphant, Wood Monday.; With Ronnie Lee, president .
These rules are for the safety; of Moore; 50 ;yd. freestyle; Wood; conducting the meeting the
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES, Inc. the swimmer and anyone who ignores 100 ;yd. butterfly; Moore; 100 :yd. members planned a motorcade to Kendall
j4 t 820 E. Sorarland Highway them or repeatedly; disobeys; freestyle; C. Stanley; 100 ;yd. Lehigh Acres to visit the driving Built by Construction Co
'{ YU t-2S61 Oewfatoa the rules, may; lose the privilege of breast, C. Stanley; 200 :yd. free course which will be officially;
using the pool.CONGRATULATIONS. relay, Butchart, Morrison, Crofut, opened with a race on June first West Palm Beach Phone JU 5-17711
--- Guthrle. From designs submitted by club
members a club emblem designed Shown by appointment, call
Ladies of Lake by Phil Francis Jr., was chosen
as the official club emblem. J. E. Sales
Beardsley Agent
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Bowling League Three new members were welcomed

Team Won Lo.tl into membership. Clewiston Phone YU 275011Pure
J.&.'Sugar Corp. 75 53 : The next meeting will be held }
Sport Shop __... 71 57 Tuesday evening at 7:30: p.m.

arkinson s __.?.,._ 69 59
r Hare Lumber _.--...-,.-., 67 61 -r; :
Old South Barbecue __. 61 67
Toggery Shop ___ 59 69

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Eunice Cothern ?..?,.?,.......?,.??... 460
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Opal McKlnley __. ._.. 422
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H: PURE OIL Eunice lUrt Cothern Individual,,-.i..uauu.Game, 198 : STOP PURE ,

Opal McKinley _?-M.___ 183
: Helen Elate _..?.,,,.,,,..?,. 172 I l
Polly McLendon n.............1._,, 172

Tigers Edged 5-4

r ; In Season FinalThe U.S. 27 and SR 721 mi west of Clewiston
I Clewiston Tigers dropped
the egular season final game in
TRUCK STOP what" ,was perhaps their best play: .
!d game Of the season, In losing to
West Palm Beach Wildcats 54. NOW OPEN
The three hour marathon was
broken up in the 10th inning as I
Butch Redish attempted to tag

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ball game. Barber broke for the
plate with Higdon's next pitch. RESTAURANTServing
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the run scored as the ball went ,

) : : wild The and Tigers past the had plate.played like any time day or night

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FOR SALE-3 year old Eska lawnmower THE CLEWISTON (FIe) NEWS, Thurs., May 2, 1963 Page 7 Tenth Grade, Mrs. M. 1. Black, '

Call YU 2-6843. tic Instructor: Leander Weekley, Bernice -

ADS Pope, Mildred Brown, Frankly
FOR SALE-Used Guitar ampll D. Williams

tier, 2500. Holdrldge Music Cen Harlem .NewsEvents Eleventh Grade, Mr. Charles A.
PHONE YUkon 3-1201 ter. YU 2-4781. lIc
Burrows Instructor: Katie Mitchell -

IFIED RATES: Four cents FOR SALE Wardrobes, headboards Gwendolyn; Patrick:, Ernestine ,

1IIserUon. 10 cents t r RI, ?.': .i .. roll away bed. LaByers Mitchell Alzora Williams.
r word per tour Insertlonator M/ w 104-40 ;1Nti1'! ; t'i1Ml ;'MTrw IVoaCopr and News Of Our Colored Community
2-2891.
Motel YU
um : tfc Twelfth Grade, Mrs. C. L. Right
the price of hreet .
t I II MRS. JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor instructor: Janet Brumfield, Lary

Cromes, Bettie Dixon, Barbara

I Phone TV 3-1253 Ganlous, Otis Didley, Bettye LewIs -

, R'EAt EST 1 T I a.J .-1I ''q Surprise With Ethel Lockett; dramatic episode, .

Whitney; benediction, Rev. L.
HORSE SHOEING All types custom Birthday PartyMr. Holmes. Club NewsThe

made and fitted. Write Mc's Mrs. Hide C. Grear director; Friendly Christmas Saving

Blacksmlthing, Rt. 2, Box 338C. Earnest McCray had the surprise -
INVESTMENT bedroom Mr. Freddie Jones, guest conductor Club met at the home of Mr. and
nOD Okeechobee, Fla. ltp of a lifetime on his birthdaylast
Atlantic and Saga-: ; Willie Coleman, student con Mrs Clarence Blackmon. The

house, comer for $75 mo. unfurnlsh.Icall Your TUPPERWARE Dealer is at Sunday Slight Friends invaded ductor. meeting was successful and enjoyable
Rents
YU 2-5701. MayZl your service for all your TUP- Ills home and greeted him with the attendance was also ,ood.

PERWARE needs Home parties, happy birthday when he entered ObituaryFuneral The next meeting will be held at

b wm GREATER THAN orders and club parties Contact his front door around 10:30: p.m. the home of Deacon and Mrs. A.

l EVER for houses, acreage, bust- Rachel Padgett, YU 3-1941. Clew- He found sifts and goodies decorating -I services for the late A. Beckton. Saturday night, May
his dining room table. His Mrs. Mary Lois Briggs were con-
walt-
We have customers iston. MaylSc 4th. we are hoping to have more
nesses'-. IJst your property with vs. charming wife was the lovely hostess ducted Sunday afternoon April 28, join ui. We are having a wonderful

In Beardstey. Ph. YU 2-7501. ATTENTIONProspective for this affair and those present 1963at Friendship Baptist Church, time

,. E. tic home buyers tor( enjoyed a most pleasant eve- Rev. 0. D. William, pastor and Mrs Annie Jones

ning. On the menu was chicken offici.tine. Mr. Briggs was a native j
commercial) I Reporter
am seeking employment
FOR SALE 2 bedroom frame salad, ritz crackers, punch, cocktail of Eastman, Ga. She came to l'
can save $$$
;you many
house. Front and back screenedarch mints and cokes. Clewlston, the ;year 1944 joined I
handle l"
can planning an procedures
on 50 ft lot. 13500. 400 E. and complete construction. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Friendship Baptist Church under Personal l MentionThe

hlidad, P. O. Box 32, Clewlston, LAP Service .j Willie Young Mr. and Mrs Dennis the leadership of Rev. O. D. Williams '
Write George Kendall Box 783
friends of Mrs. Nora
ltpMay22c Reddlck, Mra'-Mattie Hilton, was a faithful member until many
J'Ia. SHE WISHES 10 KNOW IF WE HAVE Clewiston Fla. tie to hearof
Humphrey are very sorry
Prof and Mrs. A. A. Thomas, Mr. she passed, Sunday April 21st,
ANY FREE SAMPLES. SINGER SEWING MACHINE and Mrs. Nathaniel Black, Mrs. 1963, about 9:45 p.m. at Hendry her Illness and extend "Get
representative' will be at Cld- Well Wishes" to her for an early
Jehovah General
Isabelle Rease, Mr. and Mrs. HospitaL

dens Furniture Store each Friday Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Roy She leaves to mourn her passing recovery.

Frank Denmead FOR SALE-25OOO of For parts, sales, service stop in Bobo, Mr. and Mm William Hill mother and father Mr and Mrs. Mrs Harold Latlmer Chicago I
acres muck
land. Road and canal \ or call YU 26721. tfc Mr. and Mrs. Fred Canty Mr. Ephraim Bryant;. four sisters, 111., is the guest of ,her mother.
Estate
Licensed Florida Real frontage / FOR RENT Mr. A. IL Mrs. Susie Mae Harris Mrs. Ola Mrs Nora Humphrey and family
Sylvester
Broker E. M. McNaull, Broker, 564-2528,: BLUM & SONS PLASTERING I Humphrery, Mrs. Latimer Is the former Miss I
P.O. Box 4739 1622 N. Federal] Very Best Work Ellis and Mrs J. S. Gajadha. Fuller, Mrs Lillian McGUl. Pom- Ina Pearl
Fair Grounds Quests from Fort Lauderdale were and Mrs. Victoria Rosier, Humphrey.
Across from Hwy., Fort Lauderdale. Fla. Itji We Save You Money pano
Olfton Ga.
Mrs MandeU Battle ,
::1 FOR RENT-Furnished cabins and Pasterlng, Simulated Stone Messrs. Earnest King, Tommle L. Miami; four brothers Willie Paul ,
Is of Mr.
the house
pleasant guest
1 Aa excellent ba110s50' trailer REAL ESTATE trailers Johnson Fishing Camp Stucco Free Estimate Hankerson, Joe Sapp and Robert Hubert TUlman and Willie Rosier, and Mrs Earnest McCray and

Florida room and 2 ear 303 E. TRINIDAD YU 2-1181. tic Licensed and Insured Fryer. All departed wishing the' Pompano: two uncles, one aunt, family,
Large comparatively honoree happy returns and a host of relatives and friend
garage en four landscaped new CBS. Will sell ai; FOR RENT House for rent, 25 Years In Business many many Interment Memorial Mr. and Mrs Henry Lee Smithare
of the Washington
,
loll, 13 citrus trees completely Is or Improve. Exclusive. Available May 10. Mrs. Ruth J.: 3850 Lora Street day Clewlston. Reddick Funeral the parents of a baby girl, born
Cemetery, -
fenced. $7,300. 342 W. O'BISPO. Unfinished steel]I Vaughn, Clewlston Inn. Phone YU Fort Myers, Fla. tic Home in of April 30 In Hendry General Hospital -
charge arrangements -
house. 2-3501. May9c ED 7.0171 or OX 4-2874 Notes From The She five 11
11 bedroom 1 bath home well masonry Will sell as ii I weighed pounds

located on I large lots;, completely or complete to buyers specifics, FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer Grand AssemblyThe ounces at birth.Contest .

financed. (675 cash required. tions. Exclusive. spaces Royal Palm Trailer PUBLIC NOTICE 28th Grand Asssembly of the School NotesThe I
NORTHSIDEbedroom Park.
frame, Phone YU 2-2603. tic ReportThis
Lily White Benefit Security Association -
10000. FOR RENT-New, modern held In Miami Fla. high school department of
completely
was department regrets very
I'I! THE COUNTY jcnorrs COURT
C Three and ....hall sections NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame, Harlem Academy Is presenting a
furnished 2. bedroom M! AND roR nRNDRT! COUNTY' April 24 through 28. much that the following queen contestants -
of Hendry County land Smiles $9,000. TN Rm play entitled "The Night Crawlers -
:
house trailerl0'xSS'. Rent be
may Theme. Building for Tomorrow; report did not reach us
from Clewistoa. $100 ACREAGE as available. ESTATE OF Thursday night 2, at
applied towards purchase Can OATNAM B. RACKSTRAW. DECEASED motto We Lift as We Climb. May In time to be reported along with
per acre May be. sold an or 5 ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 Juanita Johnson, YU 3-1361 or YU Bethel AME Church, Rev. 8. A. ( p.m. In the gymnatorlum. It Is amystery the others In the past Issue:
past. bath frame home. Hardwood TO ALL, CREDITORS AND PERSONS comedy, In three acts. Thecharacters
2-3421.
floors tfc HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Cousins, pastor was headquarters Mattie Fay Jones, 9.00; Lisle

AGAINST BAlD ESTATE: for the convention. Over 550 units are: Robinson' $9.50,', Shirley McIntyre,
Id sere now planted la tosutees. 325 FHA HOMES in Broward, Palm FOR RENT Large: modern bed- You and each of you are hereby Ginny Lou, Gwendolyn Pat-
4 1%" wells. Win be notified and required to throughout the state of Florida $9.80; Andrea Wright, $9.60.
Beach and Dade counties, various room, kitchen, utilities, telephone present anyelalms rick; Zeke Skitter. Albert Pope;
and demands which you, or were represented The symbol of
planted with MM citrus trees sizes and and' TV privileges Phone 2-6191 Clint Roberts Paul Jones Jackie
prices. Small cash either of you, may have aftlnit the Lily White Is a sign of race progress ; NOTICE OF DEATH
after crop. Price (550 per payment evenings. tic .state of Gaynam B. Raekitraw. de- Burton, Bernice Pope; Kitty Wood,
Harlem Academy Band was The friends of Mrs Julia
acre, 21% down baL T yearsat eased late of said County, to the many
FOR RENT Efficiencies and FOR RENT-Unfurnished 1-bed- County Judge of Hendry County, Willie B. Jones; George Allen
featured In the Grand Parade Sunday Sales regret to hear of the death of
5%. This fa for the complete houses as available. Florida, at his office la the CourtHouse Willie E. Williams; Mrs' Gates,
room duplex apartment for afternoon and made a very her grandfather Mr. Calvin Stokes
of said County at LaBelle. !
young trove tree set, Over 1,000 vacant lots to select couple only. Phone 21891. tic Florida, within .Ix calendar month. I fine performance. Mildred Brown: Marion Gates, Plant City, Fla.Hospital .
bedded and drained and from for all purposes. Various from the tlmo of the first pUblic. I from the Band Par- Elizabeth Bobo; Carol Lewis, Mai-
wells. 72 trees per acre. prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. FOR RENT-3 bedroom furnished tlon of this notice. Two copies of Chaperones retter Moore; Dick Carl, Alfonsa
house. 417 E. Trinidad or call each claim or demand shall b. In ents Club were Mrs Mary Brew-
AND INCOME YU 2-7921. writing, and shall state the place ster and Mrs Louise Canty. Also Coleman Notes
Kerbtered Beat Estate PROPERTY: May2c ot residence and poet office addressof The entire action of the play
the claimant, and shall be sworn attending were members of the Patients remaining
:
Salesman (360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent FOR RENT 2 and 3 room furnished tG by the claimant his scent or hisattorney Harlem Academy faculty along takes place In an old tumble down Pauline Smith
and accompanied by fll- farmhouse situated beside the Martha Pitts,
CBS construction, $25,000. a ,
JUANITA JOHNSON apartment Phone 21271.tfc Inc fee of one dollar and such claimor with a large delegation of citizens. main In the backwoods of I Daniel Jarrett Basil Johnson, Har-
LONG TERM low Interest, farm, highway
demand not so filed shall be void The Lily White Society is rich in old Williams Granvllle Burke
,
a... none TV 1-13(1 cane, grove and ranch mortgages OATNAM D. RACKSTRAW the southern hill country. Eg
love and has
charity no regretsfor
I ,
FOR RENT-Bedroom with ; bert Hill Ivy Watson Elisha
minimum $50,000. prtvate As Executor: of the La.tWill You will miss a treat. If youdon't Levy;
and Testament of the past, no apologies for the
andCAK10L bath. Phone 2-6881. W, E. Samuel Barrett, Gabell Hall.
witness this ad-
LISTINGS J. M. LANKFORD NEEDED Bailey tfc Gaynam: B. Rac t.traw, deceased. present and no fears for the fu- mission. play. Popular Patients discharged:


BENSON .'Be,. Real Estate Broker FOR "RENT Small furnished' vn Apr.909 IS, 15: May .,-.,-....-. ture. .:. _. .. -. Darlene Leavy. John Bell, Lyn

Ph. YU 2-9322 530 East Sugarland Highway apartment 615 E. Trinidad St: Honor 1r'- -Vkke""Luther Leverson
INVITATION TO BIDDER. Notes From ConcertLake John Adams, Alice Johnson, RudeaLewisk.
Fire, Auto and General Ph. 2-6652.
May22c The City Commlselon of the City of
Ofe. Phone YU 2-1421 Insurance Clewlston will receive' bid. up to Shore High School Band First Grade, Mrs. B. S. Bobo and Clarence Whlthorn, Mary
I S:SO P.M. B.8.T. May S, 1S8J the Mrs. L. McPherson Pearl
I Clewlstnn. Fla. Ph. YU 22161BUSINESS FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bedroom on was presented In a concert Mon- F. Smith, Instructors: Brewington.
following automotive Equipment at
I apartment. Corner East Trinidad which time they will be opened and day evening at 8 p.m. In the Harlem James We.ton. Patricia Stubb, Marilyn Brooks, Lloyd McKenzie

..............................................., and San Benito. P.O. Box 32, Clew- read aloud: Gymnatorlum. The following Margie McClain, Deletha Ann Wm. Vincent Brown, Elonnle
jton, Fla. ltp One ((1) police UII Model service 4 ",. sedan for program was presented with elegant Rhodes, Edward Ganlous, Albon Jones, Syrene Allen, Hilarious

Engines VI Engine I not less than 115 personality and talent. Anderson, Debera P. Lee Vivian James, Amae Forbes.

FOR RENT-Furnished apartment horse power. with full flow America, audience; prayer and Cobb, Albert L. Ward, Sellers Little -

DIRECTORY available May first Call YU oil filter.Air cleaner heavy duty radiator scripture, Rev. L. Holmes; occasIon ., Karen Sanders, Sylvia Hill, LAWN SERVICE

! 7-2901.. May23c and I sp fanH.D. ..4 autom.tlotran.ml..lon Mrs. J. S. Gajadha president, Marcia Tate, Lenora Weekley, Efficient and Friendly

e RENT A PIANO 8.00 month. Band Parents Club; announcements Samuels Askew, Gary Jnes. We want Your Business

per Eleo. Mr. A. A. Thomas, principal Second Grade Mrs. T. J. Sanders We alma to latisf7Allen's
free lessons and music. Hold-
WALDRON'Sa System Leece-Nevllle Amp heavy
ridge Music Center. May23c I duty alternator with Uncle ; Instructor: Patrick Coleman, Lawn Service
BOTTLED GAS belt drive 11 volt 70 amp Part One: March Gloria, Lose,; Wlllard Steward, Marlyn Scott

MEATS AND GROCERIES ,Body heavy duty battery. California, march, Akers. Part Janette Keaton, Kathleen Hardy, Elhert!: YUkon Allen Jr.2-6248, Proprietor
:
AppliancesSalesSerVice Fenders: Black Fenders and Body Two: descriptive music: Crimson Sheila Jett, Vonnle L. Scott, Bar-

Open 7 A.M. 8 P.M. Miscellaneous Wanted top Windshield white "Ip. Dawn, Buchtel; Phantom Lake, bara Sykes, Emilia Johnson, Isabella -

front Arm rests Tarver: Castle Mountain, Eymann; Tarver Cynthia Lee Anne

f '. SEVEN DAYS A WEEK map lights Jacob'i Ladder, Wilson, Harlem Tarver Judith Gayle; Hilton I Julia's Beauty Nook

WANTED to Rent-Small furnished vlsored mounted spot light fender Academy Glee Club. Part Three: Third Grade, Mrs. M. R. Me- ,

POWER GASCORPORATION For Your Spur of Moment Picnics apartment Couple only. Can give Inside rear view.mirror Exodus, Gold; Sousaphone solo, Cray and Miss V. Randolph Instructors EXCLUSIVE HAIR STYLES

references. Phone News office. 3- Dlr.ctlonal cigar lighter signal front and "King Midas," Ira Worthy; French : Lester D. McMlllon, Personal Care To Your Hair

Four Miles.East of Clewlston 1201. rear horn solo, "In a Monastery Garden James Hart, Freddie Scott, Glenda Mrs. Julia Mae Sales

heater Reolrculatlng and defroster water or air ," Ethel Monroe; Second Suite Gale Robinson, Brenda Diane Dixon Proprietor

CALL COLLECT Bare Beach Vinyl upholstery: side panel for Band McBeth; special presentation Celestlne Black, Gwendolyn;

South Bay WY W521 miscellaneous for I SaleFOR ,, and Headliner to Mrs. Effle C. Grear, art- Johnson, Kenneith Jones
Heavy duty seats front and
rear ist, Mrs. J. S. Gajadha; Intermis- Fourth Grade, Mrs. B. S. Orso

: Foam rubber front seat sloe and Mr. L. T. Hankerson, Instructors Willie' I

Attention'CattIemen SALE-Clean 4-wheel drive Chassis and Heavy Body duty brakes and Let Not Your Song End, Cain, : Pauline Harris, Vernita Shoe Shine Stand I

WANTEDlCustomers Jeep wagon. YU 25331. MaylSp I, brake drums Harlem Academy Chorus; WashIngton Kingcade Bobby Gray, Brady ,

New Is the time to consolidaterear I heavy springsHeavy duty froat and rear Post March, Sousa; Variation Hart, Gloria Moore, Lovorn Dixon, Give your shoes that shine I

debts with a long term farm FOR SALE-1960 loft Owens fiberglass duty shocks. front Overture, Williams; solo, Helen Lewis, Patricia McCoy, Mae Alabama smile Street,, Harlem

loan low Interest rates, with boat with 80 hp Mercury I Under and rear seal coating "The Holy City," Clyde Blackman; Belle Wallace Mr. Willie L. Tenor. ProprietorHilton's

NO electric motor with alternator and wheels and tire. at least Part Five: alto saxophone solo I. Fifth Grade, Mr. F. Jones and .I .
Bank trailer. Brand new windshield and 1:00 x 14 else Urea Mr. W. L. Falrley, Instructor: Anthony -
EXPERIENCE Federal Land top. Motor has less than 100 hours Above car delivered Clew L.B- Mack, Emanuel Jones, Jim-
eli.. Flor-
lston, Florida County Courthouse
See er WriteW. running time. Can be seen at 721 One (1) 1M1 Modal 4 door Ida, and show ecuec. It any there mi L. Jones, Leola Hart, Isaiah GroceryGroceries
NECESSARYJordan Cortex. Phone YU 2-7131 or YU ford sedan to-bo accepted be :lorIr.4a'i: of the petition Hill. Michael Kerr Barley Gray, I
L MAYBes tic payment. -re the above entitled Fresh Meats
3-2571. aal.art
T ax Exemption certificate proceeding should not be Eddie Pope Evelyn Baldwin.

& Pridgen 686 Wslesld Building FOR SALE Parrakeets, 2.00 furnished rantsd, and why the certificates Sixth Grade, Mr. H. L. McKlre VegetablesCold
The City Commission reserves herein described and the proceed Drinks Essential Items
Orn3 SERVICE STATION Bradenton. Florida up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds the right to accept tugs authorizing the Issuance thereof and Mr.W. L. Falrley, Instructors: We Appreciate Your Patronage

monkeys, cages, supplies. the lowest or best bid and should not be validated and eon- T. Wallace Larry Stewart, Lorenzo
Wild to reject any or all bids. firm.". Maid certificates consisting M. Brewstor Ralph B. Hill, Melvin Mr. and Mr,. Thorstosi Blltoa
HIDET COUNTY Pet boarding. Thompson CITY,OF CLEWI8TON of "00,000.00 In Cigarette Tax ...r.tltleat. Proprietors I
Title Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- By C.: M. Pirie Ie .., dated June 1. !$.., mature L. Jones Roger McCray, GenevaE.
&: AUtract Co. tic C. H. Flrkle.,Pit Kana..r.April Inlr serially on Jane 1 of each of Hamilton Bertha M. Saner,
EVINRUDESales 1238.
hill CN-III the rears 1MI-1M4, both inclusive,, 1
Abatraete-Tttle Insurance 15. May I, 111! bearing Inlereat at a rate or rate Myra J. Bobo Connie Johnson.
Pablle 8te.errapherDnpUeatb FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, not .."..dlnlr the I..al "rate, payable Seventh Grade Mr. Sylvester
-=--=vprtq wtih form for social security I" THB CIRCUIT COURT Or THB -. a more pMhoular ,- t
Bridge and ServiceNew printed TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP : and detailed" description of Humphrey Jr., Instructor: Samuel Elite Cafe and
SL U4 Park Aye. withholding and other de- FLORIDA IK AID rOH HENDRT' said certificates being contained lathe I Simmons, Clara Moore, Oreetlne

fla. P. O. Dix 646 and Used Motors ductions. Box of 500. dewiiton COUNTY said petition heretofore filed In Fair Michael Quentyne, Joyce
Otuge S-2261 !. Caaaeery this proceedingDONE
For Msrme Hardwarefarts News Office. c... Me.' S44I AND ORDERED AT Fort Jones GroceryHome I
.prompt Efficient ud Accessories The CITT OF CLEWISTON I Myers, Florida this llth day of Eighth: Grade, Mrs. Narvella M.
me delivery ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS a municipality of the State April' ""
*
or IAMI BKKALD Marine Safety Equipment Guaranteed $19.99 down $14.04 of Florida. In the County of I ./ ARCHIB )l. ODCflt Lee, Instructor Ruby Adams, Mel- Cooked Meals
east Hendry. i Circuit Judge retter Moore, Brewster, Ester
of Atlantic and Phone TCkM S-S211 per month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. Pelitkner1 i Twelfth Judicial Circuit of

.. YU 2-715L tic : Florida Klagcade. ''t.
Call BobbPalmiddens R. E. WALDRON Tb. sTATEvor FLORIDA, and I CN-1SS Ninth Grade, Miss GwendolynC. t.
FOR SALE-A bargain, one 6 bp the taxpayers property I May I. (. II, llllllf Harris Instructor: Evelyn Johnson GROCERIES
owners and eltlsens of the I
11J) R1$01Clewist0 Mercury kicker. Never been CITY OF CLEWISTON, I THE COUNTY" JTJDOiri CODE Francena Hill Vernlta Ward, FBESII MEATS
used. See C. O. Benbow1.' Ph. YU3289L Including non-residents townlnr I May23c property or subject Ito IN RE:: .
Tampa Tribuneand : taxation therein. t ESTATE OP Cromes.
jSJHIISIBISWf' *"'"*'***'"''-''' Respondents. t IATNAM B. RACX8TRAW DECEASED SCHOOL SUPPLIES
RULE Hill ESSENTIAL ITEMS !I'Clewis '
Five Acre Tractin TO THE STAT OF FLORIDA JlOTICIII OF PROBATE I
Ft. Myers through the State Attorney.for the TO ALb PERSONS INTERESTED Long Sleeved ton News I '
twelfth Judicial Circuit of Bald IN r THB ESTATE OF SAID DJBoue -
Press the Smokies State, the Several peeper owners, CEDENTI.: White Dacron
New Cherokee Taxpayere. Cltlseaa aadthers having hereby notified that a ,
near or cLalming.any lUght Title or written Instrument purporting to be
Borne DeliveryW. 2 Miles from Tewa Interest In property to bo affectedBy the last will and testament of said Uniform Dresses Cold Drinks 'l It
CAMPBELL The Issuance by the City of decedent has been admitted to pro-
127111HATHCOCK'S 01 Jeep Bead Clewlston' Florida, of certain ear bate In this Court. Tea at.- hereby Sizes 10.20 &
Phone cash and tlfleatee herelaafter described. or to commanded within mix Galeadal; Stop By aid B. Refreshed
$31 be weytb.reby., > months from the date of the first 14yz-24r/Z i
aftKt.a'Zn: publication of this notlco to appear
$31 monthly Ton and each of you are hereby in, this Court and .a.o't.; .. :If. .
FOR required to appear on the lath day any 'en can. why the $9.98
of May, III at 4.to: o'clock In the Court In aemlttlog Bald will to pro'bat.
three rears afternoon of eald day before the abo.14 not stand an"olLed.ROW4BD For InformationCall i
.-- TAXI AND ABTOSZVW Write Box 760 Honorable Archie M. Odom, one of N. PARSONS The Toggery Shop
: the Judges of the above .t County JadceHeadry YUkon 27651ICIAISlFmD
cult Court, .r such other ludgdae County Plorl4acli CLEWISTON
t News msnVICB Belle Glade, Fla. may b. them presiding, l. the Circuit "
n10e Alt m Courtroom at 0.. Bead, A/t. lb ,.. )la,.I. t, ItII
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Page a THE CLEW1STON (Fla.) NEWS Thuri. May 2, 1063 Jones, Charles Burrows Narvella after birth Monday | 1swre -I
: Lee, Herbert Burrows, Willie L. Survivors leclude. her parents Let Us
t1-
; Personals I Fairley and Carline Lacy and a brothef' Ernest. Serviceswere
On nomination by Coins and recommendation conducted by Rev. James F. I

!(i a For the Turning Point of Their Lives,. I Reddick and Lois of Thomas Bible, were Carelle reappointed KImbrel Assembly, pastor of God.of the Pattison dewlston Fu- Air Condition I

Mr. and Mn. W A. Moore Jr, on annual contract at neral Home was In charge of ar-
and children of Altamonte LaBelle's Daniels elementary rangements. Your Car
r spent the weekend Sprln'S'j school
their parents, Mr. and .. A'I The superintendent was author-
Moore Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Percy ized to proceed with the purchaseof Hospital News $299.95installed
Roland. a school bus, using the $5.500 Patients remaining: ,
Mn. Ernie Redish, Mrs S. H grant from the Bureau of Indian Lupe Luevano, George B. Mc- :
w st Stalls and Mrs. Gene Wilson were Affairs, for a bus to transport indents Duffle, B. B. Wilson VasUlousToulis in your car
Monday visitors in Fort Myers. on the Big Cypress Seminole Jose Santlestaban, Jesus
Mr and Mrs. Abner Vann nad, Reservation route. Ferrer, Madeline Cruz, Amos
daughter Judy, spent the weekend The board voted that mimeographed Frank, Lucy John, Lola Gopher. EASY BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN ;
visiting his mother In Miami.I copies of the tentative Patients discharged:
While there they attended the installation minutes of the board be distributeda Cynthia Prater, Wm. L. Eady.
of officers of the Down- specified: In the administrative Celia Herrera, Annette Van Has-
t town Lions Club. policies and that any other instruc- sel, M. L. Goodwin, Neva Hensley,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Walton ofTampa tions to the contrary be rescinded;' Mary Ellen Walton and baby, Irene BECK MOTORSPhone
spent the weekend visitingrelatives the minutes to be distributed to' Sanchez and baby, Gerald Parker,
i In Clewiston board members, principals of the
Eva Man)', Robert Harris, Lester
Mr. and Mrs. W. O Morgan Jr. school centers and the press. I Thompson Jr., J. E. Davidson Jr., YU 3.1301
and baby of Ruskin spent the The board authorized Bible to Peggy Passmore, Nelda Roberts,
I weekend with his parents Mr. and accept the lowest and best bid Mary Jane Storm.
Mrs W. O. Morgan Sr I I for tinting of glass against glare I --
I il Clyde Stephens returned Satur- at Clewiston high school and the
i day after two weeks In New Or-' LaBell bandroom and for repairof
G BULOVA leans where he went for medical the roof at the Clewiston high
attention. Mrs Stephens met his school.
plane In Miami. Following adjournment of the '
Mrs. Ruth J. Vaughn Is visiting business meeting In the courthouse &ift.
relatives In Baton Rouge and other board members and the superintendent -
points in Louisiana during a vaca- toured the county schools, 1
I SURF KINO 17 -' planning the summer mainten-
4 (avail*. .8hock-ro-Walar.proof tion.Mrs.. S. L. Crochet and Mrs. Agnes ance program.
oliUnt' Unbraak Thomas left this week for Present were the superintendent fPrMotShe ;
able mainprlngHindiom, Texas. They are driving to Dallas J. R. Spratt, chairman of the board .
., o pan> where Mrs. Crochet's daughter, and members Mrs. Blanche McCormick -
Ion bind Famoutulovt ra
y
} i quality. and Mrs. Fred Collins lives. From Claud Gldden and Mrs
eraftamanihlptan" there Mrs Thomas plans to fly to Elsie Futch.
,O El Paso for a visit with rela- will treasure gifts from JJJ'I; I1&
tive. Mrs. Collins and her small THE TOGGERY SHOP'S '
son will return with Mrs. Crochetfor Frank Hunt
a visit in Celwlston. Continued from Pace 1)) wide selection of wearables.
Bill Bowden returned to his home Fletcher, president of the Band 1
I Friday from Good Samaritan Hospital Association, Mr. Fletcher Principal I I'I
'. r DIAMOND ie..l DREAM'of...tell A In West Palm Beach wherehe and Mrs. James E. Brandon, LOVELY LINGERIE ;
e with > apar.kllftS has been confined for two weeks Supt. and Mrs. J. Homer Bible,, 'I
+ q shodrnbt.nt diamond, following back surgery. He is Improved Mrs. Beryl Bowden, Paul Chafin,
1f-|pwdSreveCent but la confined to Ms home of Chafin Musicenter, Lake Worth,, Shift and duster I
Inllow for further recuperation. Dwight McCready of C. Bruno and gown by
,. or wtilta.pasf' Son, San Antonio, Texas and Mrs Schrank in Petal Glo a dac-

i Board Makes McCready. ron nylon cotton blend in '
b At the close of the banquet, :Mr. :
Continued from Page 1) McCready drew prolonged applause! lovely colors $10 the set.
were Sylvester Humphrey and when he announced that he would
Florida Jean Bryant. send the band a gift In apprecia-
Claussners dress sheer hose
/o lit cum Reappolnted to annual contract tion for his pleasure In the day at
Kugflo a. all, outdandt were Vivian Randolph, Bertha the band clinic. The gin will $1.35 pr.
; ,.o d..tw.ewprwr.. .. OlIO, Gwendolyn Harris, Freddie clude a new drum and a In.1 "
,,d .wlhwlndleaeheeh...,...........,,- of smaller Items which he Fluffy Nylon Summer ; uioves
j and..dial' All the band can use to advantage at''
look' IT lonola.: Too Late to ClassifyFOR this time. Shift Gowns Jewelry Complement
; Alwarl. wltthanoddlal
.. Is Here Your
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$.... SALE 20 acres, 13 acres Baby Doll P.J s. New Stock Costume
planted in cane. Frame home; OBITUARYWADE
3 miles from town. Priced to sell, Dusters $1 up All LengthsA

: BOND with excellent terms. T HAMPTON Gift Certificate Will Let Her Choose Her Gift
41 ACRES on Hendry-Collier coun- Wade T. Hampton, well-known
JEWELERS ty line, easily accessible. Make Hendry County resident, died at I
STREET wonderful hunting camp site. Near his home in LaBelle Saturday II | The Toggery ShopSugarland
proposed turnpike between Fort afternoon at the age of 74. He had
Lauderdale and Naples. 1100 per I lived in LaBelle for 65 years I
acre. I Mr. Hampton was the father of
FRANK DENMEAD I Mrs. Martin (Marie) Peers of Hwy Clewiston, Fla.

Registered Real Estate Broker Clewlston. Other survivors are his .
-- -- -- -
JUANITA JOHNSON wife, ,Mrs. Olive L. Hampton, La- -- ----1-
: Store and Shop Building Registered salesman Belle; three other daughters, Mrs.
CARROLL L. BENSON Bill Wlrnberly Madison, Fla; Mrs. Looking for America's ?
lowest-priced bucket-seat
hardtop
317 West Sugarland Registered Salesman C. B. Sollay, Jenning, La.; Mrs.
Edwin Hammond, Reform, Ala.; Valiant
Associates two sisters( Mrs. Clyde Helms has It. .122301 1

r and Nettle Hampton, LaBelle, and
FOR SALE PIZZASugarland
one brother L. A. Hampton, Im-.
i pedal CaUf.; five grandchildren
Huge Display Front PharmacyYU also survive.
Mr. Hampton was a member of
>* CBS and steel framedat 2.3311 the Carlson Memorial Methodist
Church in LaBelle and the pastor,
HALF Building Replacement Cost Rev. Duane R. Zoller, officiated at
the funeral services Tuesday morning -

t $22,500 t

f. Howard Spinets
BABY GItt\ROBERTS

J. E. Beardsley Real Estate Mirror "Studios" Funeral services were held Tuesday -
$325.00 afternoon for the Infant daughter -
of Mr and Mrs. Eddie Roberts
of Moore Haven at Ortona Cemetery -
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