The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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fill, :Build U.S. 27 I Sweetest Americas Town" Tile' Clewiston News ,.

South Bay Now

Return Postaqa Guaranteed. See 345.3 PM $. $4 Per Year CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 23, 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 21

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I pet link tot! construction of US 37fromkLaketo of the rep and Lake the Harbor portion to South of the Bay road Is from considered -I deArmas Appointed General ManagerOf

M South the wont stretch of the 64 Sugar Crop Is

hMi week, with I entire system.Monahan .
Member Johnof Glades
by Road Board :I stated that highway County Sugar CooperativeThe I
Fort Lauderdale that construction is to be pushed under

tends to let this contract be- with approval of Governor Bryant appointment of Luis deArma r

] the end of this fiscal year who has complained that. road work as general manager of Glade Freed of Controls

30th. has been dragging during his! County Sugar Growers Cooperative ;

State Road budget -'OI1tansmll110D ministration and he wants the Association was announced this ,s.1 t .
dollar item for this uation improved. ad-I week by Roger M. Weeks, preal-- .... ,.\

?., <"Corkscrew Boulevard" dent. Next year's sugar crop will be the land is good and seed cane is :""

[h according: to plan will be re- The appointment follows a reorganization completely free of (government: plentiful, end work of planting will

Ka and constructed el a mod- City Commission of the management o f restrictions on acreage or marketing SUGAR PRICES start in late July, continuing until

divided four-lane highway! the Oo-op, which recently concluded wA end cane grower in the ARE UP UP UP October This will bring increased
ever in past year Items have its first sugar harvest seasonat Florida Everglades are pfenning employment during the off-season.

Fniaced la state road budgets the new mill and refinery In to greatly increase their plantingsthis Mr. Vaughn, who has long been
loot constructed during the Meeting MondayThe Glades county northwest of dewls- fall. Spot price for sugar under looked to as a spokesman for the
the Number 1 contract (domes-
and residents of the Florida Mid he
sugar Industry,
ct year ton.The A 10% increase was announcedby
tie sugar) on the New York
welcome Monahan's assurI City Commission voted Mon first season the affairs of the feels Florida sugar growers and
the U. S. of Agriculture -
Department Coffee and Sugar ExchangeMonday
I /that such will not be the case day night> to employ a firm spec cooperative were under the direction earlier this andgrowers aU other domestic producer* win
[ ializing In tennis court construction : of Industrial Consultants Li year was 12.30. do all possible. to increase their
year. were preparing to io- The price oa the same date
under contract to Rubin to rebuild the three concrete and Management Company, whose production and alleviate the world
oreaie their planting accordingly.
ow last year was T.MS.
courts in management contract was terminated shortage of
of West the city recreation park. sugar
itnictlon Company Friday, the department announced Spot price Monday oa the
h Beach is the portion of this Initial work on one court led the in the reorganization that the "lid was off' and no Number contract (world sugar Other independent growers, who
any from Bare Beach: "to Lake commissioners to the belief that Mr. Weeks stated that Mr. d. restrictions will be imposed on market) was 11.60. sell their cane to the U. S. Sugar

1 c; Hearing completion: by R. ordinary concrete: work, such as Armas will have full powers to the 1964 crop. il Current prices are the highest Corp., or grow it under contract:
roUshnlck of Cape Glrardeau, city forces can do, would not be conduct the business of the Association The action is the result of a la many years with the Glades County Sugar
I Clewlston satisfactory: under the direction of the Growers Cooperative, they will
ta the portico from world shortage of sugar and soaring say
"are Beach. Vice-Mayor Rick!: Mattson presld! board of directors deArmas ha LUIS deARMAS sugar prices I plant as much cane u can be hand-
critically for ed at the meeting.Commissioner been resident mill manager duringthe led by the mills "We will make increased
5 fill) which it bandies Dan McCarthy reported past season. He and his! family Waterway Shoal U. S. Sugar Corporation, with ed. Not all of the land is beet plantings this laU" said

navy traffic that the city's $300.000 claret reside in dewiston. mills at Oewiston and Bryant will suited for cane, but not all of the one, "by whatever amount we canget

tax revenue CertltJ.ca.e.wer. To Be RemovedBids plant an additional 12,000 to 13,000 land will produce the tonnage of the mills to handle for us."
acres this fall said President Barry cane and sugar which tfve corporation .
validated in
nd Director afternoon. The circuit court Monday Awards Given will be received and opened T. Vaughn. The corporation has obtains from Its present
commission voted
to notify the on May 29th for, the removalof 40,000 acres now fat note, and has I plantings. The land best adopted Graduation Is Set
engineer, fiscal agent shoals at six locations in theCrossState an additional 20,000 acre unplant.Adrian : for cane is already in cane; but

akes Plea to and the contractor sewage collection in order system that workon be At Class NightOne to announcement Waterway by CongressmanPaul according For Next Thursday

started as soon as possible.Commissioner Rogers. The work is designed Adrian Whiddon Was Aboard
Commencement exercises at
Fred flukes called
wan is Club attention to the fact that Attorney of, the high lights! of the to bring the waterway to its origInal Sugarland Auditorium next Thursday -
of eight feet.
Cass Night program next Monday project depth evening win mark the end of
ben of the Clewlston: Kir Carlos municipal Dickey, judge who serves, had as waived acting evening will be the presentation Shoals have developed, :and will Kearsarge When Cooper Landedral high school days for S3 members
be removed, from these locations.
of the scholastic and the citizenship
Band Director oi the Senior Class at Clewlston
Club beard the $73
monthly salary set for the t
Lock about
Just below Ortona ; one
awards to the
those members of
[ Scott express his sincere. ap- services' of a judge, since he also ,senior class who have them. mile below Ortona Lack; about A. Whiddon, son of Enoch I mechanic second dais, and t f. High School.
lation for the cooperation be served. city: attorney. Due to the won one mile below Hogpen Gully; opposite H. Whiddon of Clewlston, was one serving with Helicopter SquadronSix
Brandon will
Principal E.
[received from dewiston!: resi- Increasing amount of time required I the valedictorian saluta- Hogpen Gully west of Or- of the Navy Helicopter crews and was aboard the rescue
during the past yea by the municipal court work present tona Lock, in the estuary below aboard the USS Kearsarge when vessel It is not known whether he
I torlan and other scholastic awards,
| making I his talk et the Wed- the commissioners voted on Sikes' Beautiful Island Railroad Bridge Major Gordon Cooper was pickedup was on either of the 'copters or

.- luncheon at the Inn, Scott: recommendation, to reestablishthe Representatives of the Klwanls and In the Lake Okeechobee at at the end of his 22 orbital crowding the ship's rail to watch

|of two band projects that had $75 salary.There Club and of the American LegionPod the entrance of SU Lucle Canal. flight around the world. the proceedings. Cooper was towedto
II will present the coveted citizenship I
very successful: during the was a discussion: of Installing awards of these two The work is estimated to cost, Whiddon is an aviation struct- the vessel and brought aboard
| year, the flag promotion from permanent inventory records organizations. $100,000, and to require 130 days in the capsule, Faith 7, directly
band members flags In from the water to the deck of the
\ place tor for completion.
the city, and the commission
: I City Bond Validation c n
: of 60 businesses. on pprop-' The seniors have chosen "Holl- vessel.
authorized R. B. McCollum, who Is
> days and the concerts In the doing the work. to continue with layln Hawaii" as theme for their BUILDING PERMITS! Clears Way for SaleCity Thirteen ships patrolled five preplanned
other i'e-
|, which were well attended. setting the class Night program, but recovery areas during the
jiving the optimistic report, up inventory records. tails are being kept secret: ISSUED BY CITYOne and all for
Attending the meeting were R. I of Clewlston $300,000 clg- flight, were ready rescue -
Class will be held in
Night Sug-
{director told! of the important should
G. Mattson aret tax certificates' operations Cooper'sflight
Dan McCarthy, Tom revenue were .,
al I the students arland Auditorium, beginning at 8 home business
a new
development new I be terminated before the 22nd<
Jones and F. C. Sikes. validated in circuit court Monday
fived from band ecttlvHy.; Any: p.m. and all friends of the graduates building a church addition and additions afternoon, clearing the :legal path orbit, and in another location than .1

in (the community may par- are invited to attend. to several residences. have for .their sale to help finance construction I I at the Kearsarge spot. Carrier bas

ate in band work, whether been started in Clewlston since of a sewage plant and ed aircraft and Air Force hand MISS JANET SIEWERT

iicapped by physical! develop CommencementOpens. Hendry Sale Tax May first Six permits lor buildings collection system. based planes supported the Navy Valedictorian

t or inward complex or shy have been Issued by the City of The bonds are in $1,000 denominations ships and a world-spanning communications

ality. Many have improved Show Steady Gain Clewiston.Leading. ':/ .n turlng,. 81J.OOQ each' network linked the Pa- Harold Estep. senior sponsor*
scholastic standings .after. -the list r-i eme for ilfic with said-plans are-beinginade.for:an
*. Sunday Salei"lax'.lEpnlrli ';how all"ln year, starting In 1965 hod hdtag l force the. Atlantic! force
fc| up band, Scott said Mr. sad Mrs Anthony, Toufls onWest in 1984. There is a provision In the 1 and Cape CanaveraL Center'of this outdoor ceremony on the spacious
of almost 30 percent in tax
e Sugarland Band grew from crease Royal Palm Avenue. Kendall bond issue that those bonds maturing network is at Honolulu, one of tile grounds immediatelyv In front of
> U students this year, while With ServicesBaccalaureate collections sent the comptroller In Construction Company is contras! In 1973-1984 may be redeemed largest naval communications centers the auditorium building The school

('nllla Junior high and the ele- April 1963 over the same monthof tor for the CBS home 73x28, 12x18 ahead of maturity, but those in the world. band will provide music. Speakers
1962. Sales tax increased from
tar) ichool have also! organ- foot home with 26x23 feet garage. maturing prior to 1973 not Other vessels stationed In pos will be the Senior class president,
| bands. This is where the fin- services at the $17,79833 In April 1962 to $23- Cost is estimated at 20000. The bonds will be offered may for able! recovery spots were Epper Carroll Redish, the Student Council
First Baptist Church Sunday 078,65 in April 1963. This was an President Bill the
1 evening of God has obtained Swayne.
problems The Church
appear many sale through legal under IOn, Fletcher, John W, Thomason,
will be the first event of Com- Increase of 10% over the previous process Valedictorian Janet Slewert and
SOx>> toot
i cannot will not to construct a
or provide permit bids, and will bear interest payable John A. Bole, Lofberg, Luncan,
mencement Week for S3 members month (March 1963.) the Salutatorian Marian Tokleda.
eats their ,, ,
far their children who recreation room on property seml-annually on December Mansfield, Frank Knox, Taussiz,
'of the Senior dais of Clewlston Hendr)" gain was one of the !
d like to the lots 29-30-31 block 355, Oommercto
participate 1 and June 1. DeHaven, Lyman K. Swenson and
largest, percentage-wise, In the
Various organizations and lapuals High School Street, at an estimated cost of Shelton.
Rev James F. Klmbrel. state -
have $4,500.
provided some rebut
tile> director estimates I pastor of the Assembly of Total sales tax collections were An 8x10 foot utility building is White House Tactics
God, win preach the baccalaureate 18294177.57 for April 1963; $17-
| a minimum of $3,600 is need- being built by Hendry County Alu- Molly Mullin.1.
tot "bare" necessities next 'sermon and the Tenth 862.188.33 for April. 1962; and $18,- minum Co., for John G. Real, on H the government plans It,

Choir of that church' will sing 697,839.55 In March of 1963. East Pasadena Avenue at aa estimated It Is good. If the government Talent Show Top

jality instruments range ,beIn aa anthem. cost of $250. didn't plan It, it Is bad That's

S240 and $620. Scott aaJd.band Two members of the class wIn County Board Ernie Redish has permit for construction o how Uncle Dan quotes a statement Molly Mullion, vocalist, won first

receives $500 annually present special musical number; Meets Wed. of a CBS building 95x25 of a White House Inform place and a $10 cash prize In the
!** school board, which sled Miss Molly Mullins, an organ solo NightThe feet at 355 East Ventura Avenue, ant In reference to deficit annual C.H.S. Talent Show sponsored -
|!lei Instructional music. The and Miss Judy Vann, a vocal toIo.I budget preparation meeting at an estimated cost of $4,000. spending. by the senior class in Sugar-

itself handles the football I Other ministers of the community of the Hendry County Board of O. A. Anderson is.. constructing But Uncle Dan (and the rest lands Auditorium Friday evening..

ass advertisements and flag will assist in the services Mrs County Commissioners' has been a 14x20 foot Florida Room at his of u) are confused on which Molly sang a solo, "The Blues

i for funds. The Band Is cur- 1C W. Kelly will be the organist, set for 7:30 Wednesday evening, residence on West Circle Drive, la 'deficit of weakness" and in the Night" and also sang, with

p wiling! 3x5 foot flags mount- Mrs. Belle Bryan, the pianist, and May 29th. The previously announced cost estimate 1400.. end John "deficit of strength... Jimmy Bible, two duets, "Why

F1 toot poles for home and Dr. L G. Vaughan, Jr. the song date was Tuesday Macks .is. building a 14-20 foot addition Do I Love You" and "It's a Grand
M aito help rUle money leader The board will meet *t the courthouse to his home on West Saga Night for Singing"

t said that the Band Ie proto The seniors will appear In caps In LaBelle to consider expenses more, cost estimate is 750. GAS TAX DIPS Second prize, $7.50 la cash went

represent the Clewlstoni and gowns and the traditional processional for the coming fiscal year to Kenneth Young for his euphonium MISS MARIAN TOKIEDA

i dub at their and recessional: marches and will receive legitimate requests Scott Fry Receive FROM LAST YEARThe solo "Swing Low, Sweet Char. Salatatoriaa
*aonln Miami 1notIemaUcoa11 I)will be used.. at that time iot." Keith Carter, who sang "Old I II
Degree at U of Fla. gasoline tax collections: In Texas" won third place and received I Marshals for the commencement: I

Scott Fry, eon of Mr. end Mrs.S. riendry County dropped slightly $5.00 In cash. Joanne Wood won procession will be the following I'
'Ramblers' C. Fry, graduated with the degree from a year ago according to a report honorable.mention with her twirlIng members of the Junior class: Phyllis I
Wishing Quickly of Bachelor of Science la Ed- from Ray E. Green,' state routine", "Bill Board." Crouch, Christabel Kelly, DebbIe

ucation, at ,the close of the trimester comptroller, who give the figuresfor It was an evening of songs, ac Kemp Mike Mazzlna, Cheryl
at the University of Florida collections: on March retail cordlan solos, skits, twirling, dances :Lee, Tommy Moore Beverly'reston .
sates la April. numbers and instru- Sandra Pace, Barbara
m Gainesville. reported piano
aught Here Friday Night Fry has resided in Newberry, IA April 182. Hendry cunty: mentals. The program was presented Rlgby and Fred Rlgglo.
Florida for the past two years (except reported '' .$" la gasoline taxes by Carl Ferrara, whose All friends of the graduates are

during hIs time la mflltiry and .la ,Ipril. 1983, $34,345: a talents as Master of Ceremonies Invited to attend. I

1rI1-IegeD With of the Belle. set for trial In the next (or fall) Wright and Mayor Bembry were service) where his wife Is a teacher drop of S ;.-cnt kept the audience relaxed and in -- -

rtn Bay area ran afoul term of the county court. j I called into thi Incident and several in the public schooL They will There was a slight! drop In the an appreciative mood applause CommencementWeek \
-e law quickly last Friday I Sheriff Earl Dyers said the Juvenile members of the lUglimy Patrol visit Mr. end Mrs. S. C. Fry state totals also The April 1962 was generous to all the performers.The .
!ber arrived In handled upon Auxiliary assisted- in transporting In Clewliton after the close of the totals. were $12.601.297 and the Judges who made toe difficult

them Clewlston equipped en.ws I advice and cases with were the help of Counselor -I the youths to LaBelle. Newberry school. April. 1963. $12,40543. : decision: on the basis of talent i

"This could have displayed by each performer SUNDAY MAY 28
daggers, pocket Jim Wright of, were Mrs. Barbara Shupe, who 1.00: P.M. Baccalaureate Services,
tit'WbUdes. trouble, and some :"
TIpped off been grave became r- ryH holds a Bachelor of Science Degree First ,Baptist Church.
from have
the might I
Pain Beach our local youths
la music! from Marshall College -
_'y Sherl.11'a in it These kids : : .
department Clew Involved MONDAY MAY 27
West Virginia; Jack Scott
PGlIoe 5benitf obtained help from the meant trouble, or they would not .. bandmaster, who holds Bachelor 8:<00 P.M. Class Night Sugarland

"I department end had cane knives, and razor- : J of Music and Master of Music Degrees Auditorium.Party I
with .
Patrol. sharp such '
and '
eld M and were rally pocket knives 4L from University of Miami, afterwards at home of Mrs
any incident them" he said. : : A. H. Vann.
II I and Dr. E. B. McConviUe, a quail- T I
occupants of the first two The can from the office In Belle ( :; '.' :"i'o' 1 fled pianistThe
solved B.D. '
kd about 13 p m. and Glade came to City policeman I t ,1 show was considered a great TUESDAY, MAY 28
noses 011 the of the officers I, I, : 12 Noon. Senior gird guests of
toot street, of- Sapplngton one ,\ i\, ,.(. success from a financial standpoint $
actJ via teJephollLVem r". BPW luncheon
i at at dewistonIan.
and at the time, (" "
1Ukk1.J oa duty The
apo Seniors
!" sponsored the
the Beach :;. '. lw' .
!!lei W. Wright emIre g p. Clark Department, of the Palm said news i';;'f i"' '. :' :. 'r $J. .; Ir event to add to the funds for their 8:00 P.M. Banquet at Brotherhood
Juvennf counselor of Sheriffs .(, < _: .1' _, : :, class trip to Nassau, which will
01 : a1 ,
tilt COUrt, wu summoned of the "rumble" came to the J n t ='- flta1 .' ,... take place the weekend following. Hall. First Baptist Church for
: J
oUleer. took: the at Iior' flee there, and the catherine was 1 graduation. all Seniors.
Ihree ,
1Ir1l to the county Jan dispersed, only to assemble again .'. .. r ,. ;,
lIe.Juvenae.. THURSDAY MAY 30
the headed for L .:' : ii,
and when group .
Parenti wave released to I Hendry County the warning, canoe !I. : : ('': [:.-"c'. BPW Speaker 8:00 outdoors P.M. at Graduation Sugarland exercbes Auditor II

and their ,
eases tralWto was made. 1t. 1- turn.
the JuYeDlle girls in the troop ,: John B. executive vice
BeaCh Court of Two \ Boy, president Reception honoring graduates afterwards J
c ThUle 20 of age ad the of the United States Sugar
Ire over were years ;<"' at Gladea Restaurant 6
II ''''111u. IUj
l dge perarranged was la the Juvenile fl'OUp.r" _- Corporation will bas the guest Pit Room. I
B. N. bey ranged from 13 to 22 ANNIE: MAC JONES administrator of the grade vUhetUae hospital last Friday for the pre- speaker at the luncheon next Tuesday

... r, end each entered a : An members of the city police. Headry Geieral' :JtMpttal receives a Valentine eaUHea-ailTwere gives a tear sad "free lee when the Senior Girls areguests FRIDAY MAY U

lICIt OQ the charge the sheriffs 'depertrnert!! : meD J lit Book from !:idle Franklin, waleh Is .. be used ere.." by the hocpiUL. Mrs. O. D. Eaekstriw.rooastnether of the Bulaees and Professional 5.00: P. M. Seniors sail from Miami

-. to the delinquency : the dewtatoa area. )1/dHand .hi the ehUdreas ward at the bosvtUL A group ae ...aal. d tiletrrArr......... women Club. The' luncheon: for weekend in Nassau Dabsam -

: PerM Boad was set at $75 way Patrolman Roy JIm .f s$ eaUdrea from Mrs. !. M. Hare's third r aro. will be hekt et the Inn. r,

the case, were David Tomliawfl. Counselor

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the nal scrapbook "Memories: of :Mothers Mrs. Austin R
Church building on M ..
!! L THE CLEWISfON (Th.) NEWS, Thurs., May 33, 1963 -,.--- es must be taken to prevent any' Baptist 1th birthday of the church. Rev. I Club" in which she had sketched -' van, grand matron oi j:.
such future ocurrances. visited I
----- ------ member.
each C1ewlston
from ft C, Meador was pastor. for 4
While those arrested were S e *
S Sonny Sez out of town, It cornea of good report -, PTA elected Mrs. Frank Const I TEN YEARS AGO ln, with Pahokee, Bene ---

,The Clewiston News that local youngsters were Ing president. (From Clewliton News Moore Haven and q '
planning to "meet" the attack and the first ters.Starting 44WCls8q
Ruby :McIntyre became May tl, 19S3)
I "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston --,"'_.."'-"'..- "' _,_ had armed themselves capersget some girl in a local class to fly. Johnnie Clark and Robert ....;:- -
with How can
even guns. soloed Mrs.
and .
Hendry County. instructor. Ruby Mw M'
Last week was gad-about weekat to such advanced stages without hours of flying Instruction Stacey ruled as King and Queen nf M
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston, The News as Mrs. Bowden toured parents becoming aware something after. 8Vi Sugarland at the Harvest Festival. 'NI
Florida, by The Clewiston News. Inc., a Florida Corporation. various Air Force Installations is up? Janice Magill was installed us ,
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927 at the Post the first part of the week and I -II- Mothers Club met at Community worthy advisor of Rainbow Girls. i -A.- 1ranll
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March S, spent the weekend at Miami Beach Probably the most embarrasedyoung Center with Mrs. Carl Johnson Buz Powers and Mike :McLeod ,.wwa np, "!I"' ''vhrssainaawr
1879. attending the Spring meeting of lady in Clewlston last Frt presiding at the meeting Mrs. W. were chosen speakers for the commencement Ph-.rata!
the Florida Press Association and N. Martin gave the club an origi ..... :
I"y. IDit' day was a pinch-hitting reception- pI'Oeram.l.tIIl.UUUUI.'HtIIIIW.W'.tltU.UIU.'tltl.UU'.1III1I ........
o q toured the new Miami Herald iit *t Carlos Dickey's _office. It __ _.._....._._.._. ._...._...._....._........".,tI..IIt.. : 1IIIIm: u ,. _
UJht'I I which the highlight .11I'.11.10'111'.11'' <11II&8-' -- --
Building was
: : seems she accidentally locked: herself
.. \ of the meeting. In the "powder room" andcouldn't
Most "country" newspapers' are and finally arousedthe
; I!, BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher N MfMBER 0 ;;; practically equipped and the ultra attention get out of Hortense Vann, in Thurs. SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCEMay

j j'I S. H. STALLS Managing Editor 0" It" modern dally newspaper created the adjoining office.

..' : Subscription' Rate. ... .. .... $4.00 per year C' l"O" quite a gleam in our eyes. The This 1 i. where I entered the picture
l I (Return Postage Guaranteed) building itself contain 770,000 Just as Hortense was attacking 23rd.
feet roughly the size of
square or
the door with a hammer, screwdriver SALE
Telephone: Business Editorial, YUkon 11201AdverUsl.1 2S football field The
Rates on application. The management reserves In comparison, the comet would and a pahof pliers.and be-
the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! build 2,000 homes, the steel would hinge pins were removed
THE NEWS assumes no responsibility for the return of unsolicited hind the door was the receptionist -
manuscript or photographs build 4 Navy Destroyers' and the with the "reddest" face. you
THIS NEWS assumee no financial responsibility for trporraphlcalrrori I roof will accomodate six helicopters and wouldn'tyou SENSATIONAL BUY! !
or ommlsalons In advertisement I but If notified of. inch errora before have ever seen .
the nut Issue of the pap.r will r.prlnt correctly that part of the at once. know it the lock: worked
advertisement In which the error occurred. In the event a tlm. element The age of automation and the
would render the correction. valueless, the Newe will r.duo. the price tremendous faith in the future by perfectly. High Style
of the advertisement by an amount equal. to the pvroentafe of the total i
pace as the erroneous or omltt.d copy represented. the Knight publishers to build: a e
plant for growth anticipated by '
DEMOCRACY IS BASED ON THE CONVICTION THAT 1980. One complete floor of the cool, /i Yards $100

,',' THERE ARE EXTRAORDINARY POSSIBILITIES IN ORDINARY building house is future vacant expansion.at the! presentto The It's History Now | easy-czre i ia

PEOPLE. press room is presently housing 63 I
Harry Emerson Focdlck press units, capable of 70,000 newspapers THIRTY TEARS AGO
per hour, but to designed (From Clewiston News Really not a true clearance
Wt to 135 units. May U, 1933))
')1 The engraving, composing, stero- E. B. Butler and L. 0. Gravely item, because we just got these
) The Moral Code Needs Be Asserted
to type in fact the entire plant is attended the Legion State Conven- 1

ultra modern and electronic. The tion, held In Havana, Cuba. 2-10 yard pieces.
; : I Nobody questions that a loss of freedom anywhere, however Herald strives to instill a pride Gus CantreU opened a beer and J
small, diminishes freedom everywhere. The same thought of product in their employees .and lunchroom near his home at tho You would expect to to 98c
as the modern trends have eliminated Palm Beach county line.
: should apply in the realm of individual, national and world
morality. At none of these levels Is observance of the moral various positions, the Herald Dr. W T. Bailey, after six years yard when on the bolt.
bas cross trained these employees a
code ever close to perfect, and no practical person expects that. Into as pastor at the Community ;
allied fields and
new or
But it is always fair to demand that the tenets of the code at sently boast some 1,200 employees pre-, Church before preached moving his farewell to Pennsyl sermon Solids. Everglaze Waffle

whatever level-be constantly reasserted and that departures most of whom have been with the vania.

from such principles be noted and protested. paper for many years The nation was pulling itself out Print Polished Cottons
t When New York's Rep. Adam Clayton Powell sought recent -er of a depression. Here )is excerpt y i,
ly to answer charges that he had abused congressional privilege Headquarters for the convention from an advertisement signed by J. Crushed Ice. Black & White
t in a variety of ways, his defense was simply that he was was the Fountalnbleau Hotel. I was Henry Ford:
only one of many who do the same things. Undoubtedly there ashamed to admit at first that I "A great thing has occurred
are more than a few who think such an answer Is both clever couldn't find the place how amongst. We have made a complete CAMPER'S SPECIAL
r: and sensible. What he said is true, isn't it? Very likely it Is. ever numerous other "country turn around and at la"t

1 But is that the kind of reply which ought to satisfy a nation concerned newspaper people" were in the ,America's face is toward the fu- 99
I for its moral character? Lame boat. Did you know it Is the ture."Three Sturdy 32" foot lockers with $
only hotel on the beach WITHOUT years, 1929 to 1932, we 5
The logic of Powell's argument is that one transgression the name on It Understand the Americans looked backward .
Justifies another. Carried to its limits, that suggests that anything owners feel if you can't recognizeIt Inauguration Day, he (President large top drawer. Green, Blue, Black

goes so long as somebody else is doing it The end product from a glance then! you Roosevelt) turned the ship of state
of such thinking is the destruction of the moral code. An shouldn't be around. The people begin to feel
-i Individual or a society which seeks to rationalize immorality that he has the courage and loyaltyto Famous Name Brand Ladle

h has no morality. Topping off the weekend was a i work for one supreme interest
the welfare of the Amer Sleeveless Blouses
visit the Seaquarlum, which the only Bath Towels
s A people silently watching transgression pile upon transgression -
children: enjoyed terrlflcall)'. I ican people And now we all look
well lose all for The who
may capacity protest young The Seaquarlum Is one of the to what is coming; we grow less
note this silence are quick to perceive its meaning. "Every. "1o<:aI" eights which so many of concerned with what is behind. 970 ea. 88
body's doing it" is a powerful teenage weapon against parents us by pass which la outstanding We are looking for a hand hold on
J who never wax indignant over the adult world's lapses. And in education and entertainment.The the haul rope. Every man wantsto $2.98 If perfect Beautiful cottons in

where is the lesson against stealing for children in homes clut- spectacular high Jumping of do what he can, and all he can. Solids prints, solids,
tered with ashtrays, lamps and other objects lifted "sporttngly" purposes 20 feet into the air; porpoises "The best thing I can do for the stripes, patterns, whites, stripes, plaids.
from hotels? backing across the tankson country is to create industry by Jacquard borders

You can't sell morality to children if you do not practice It- the tails, playing. basektball, building good motor cars. If I knew
and preach it widely. You can't t teach self-control a home or football, bell-ringing, etc. anything better to do I would do!
Sharks aawflsh, mamouth turtles be I C Where it's always a pleasure
a society that exalts self-indulgence. The. same goes for,countries It. Industrynust my contribu
and their leaders. sea bass, sea horses, tea cows tion. Motor cars must face ahead
sea lions, and numerous types of I to serve you.ROYAL'S .
to the future like everything else.
In his troubles with Red China, we offer India's Nehru help fish hours of entertainment

much of thenation'
They are ao a part
q now not because he is a moral who has been morally
for children and adults alike.as .
daily life that If they lag -Okeechobee
wronged by an aggressor but because it is in the pract1calln.terest behind they hold the country Clewiston
of world freedom to do so. If Nehru had any pretensionsas Quick action by the local law back.-Henry Ford.
a moral leader, he subverted them when he could find no enforcement agencies prevented PahokeeImmokalee
... ? words of protest in 1956 against Russia's repression of what could have been chaos and e t e

Where was the wrath of the pious, self-serving HunqarY'j' possible death for many young TWENTY YEARS AGO Belle Glade
Khrushchev resumed nuclear testing on his own? folks Friday night The age of (From Clewiston News,
those Involved in such "rumble"la May II, UU)
a I
nation appears curiously selective. They reserve it for old
I dedicated the First,
enemies. I unbelieveable and stern measur The Baptists _.a1IIi-- .mI-IIIIII1III1JIIIIIIIII.m.lII1mBIIIIIIJm-m--- __ II

pi Morality is a whole cloth. "Practical" men inevitably labor

I to cut it up. But if we are to have human dignity, we must -
at the minimum have other men who try to stay the cutter's
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first Baptist Church Observes In recognition of the of the 50th anniversary PIANO RECITAL I I Wilson of the Mormon Church, THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, Thus., May 33, 1963 Pare 2

G.A.'s organization I 'Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints,
Brenda Herring IN KELLY HOME :
quoted the and Debbie Farmer -I officiating. Interment was in Ridge Mrs. Inca Howdeehell, Moore Hay Teddy Greenberger, pastor, officiating.

?5th Anniversary founding Allegiance, G.A. Watchword and Miss Betty Younkman presented lawn cemetery. Qewliton. en; two sons, Erie O. Howdeshell, Interment will be Ortona I
and Mrs.
W. R. Wlm '
berly spoke of twenty young pianists from her Jacksonville, and Clem Rollins, cemetery, with Pattlson Funeral r\
.. cervices the anniversary date music class In a recital Friday ARCHIE O. HOWDESHELL ,a ''i'.
nd afternoon Marilyn Davis Leonard, Mrs Mrs. Linda Bowling Green; three daughters, Home In charge.
Etta John,
l(! fatto covered dish dinner Litter', Mr- and< Mrs. R. C. Now- Mrs Llneberger and Mrs. Spooner evening in the home of Mrs. Robert Archie O. Howdethell. 80, a resident Mrs. Wanda Womack, Long Beach,
more than Ung. M. fire Maxwell: W. Kelly. Parents and friends of Moor Haven for !th. past
M at noon brought C Vowell, Mrs R. E. Downs served lemon Calif., Mrs. Nelda Ronlg, Fullerton
to the First Bapt starch Waldron Jack Wynn, and .' to 31 guests at ice and cake of the young performers attended, 30 years, died early Tuesday morning Calif; and Mrs. Phyllis; Roberts, EARTH DIKES
persons of Clewiston] Sunday In o' J nice Wynn Plnuff.a Mrs ated refreshment a beautifully decor and refreshments were served following at the local hospital.A Oakdell, La.Funeral Earth dikes encircling an area '.
25th anniversary table. l the recital. native of Missouri, the deceased larger than the State of Rhode Island :
of held
Group service will be
vance In singing of songs popular The program: Jimmy McPhall had worked as a bartender create three huge water conservation Ii
the church.ev. bygone days and still remembered (Eskimo Boy); Marvin Drake until his. death.. this morning at the Float Baptist areas for Central and 1

. L. T. Fagan ministers, Sr.!,, pastor Dr., =: tag was conclucded with sing (Swinging Along); Pat Christian He la survived by his widow, Church In Moore Haven, with Rev.' Southern Flood Control District '
"We've :
corned as visiting A Story To Tell To (Bells Are Ringing); Walt Wyse :1':1'I
of The "
Meigs, Superintendent Nations the WMU and GA (The Picnic); Brenda Herring,
la Florida Baptist ConJtion as. Hymn of the
>Usni year. (Swans on the Lake); Donna Slas,
Jacksonville; Dr. O. A. Attending were Mrs. Charles (Blue Danube) David I I
; Kelly (The Clewiston Church
who preach- Baptist Jones, Mrs Directory
!cbllter; Plant Qty Groups A. H. King, Mrs. Mil Chimes); Gerlann Baker (Brahm's
the day, Rev. dred Wood Mrs. .;
the sermonof Hold Anniversaries T. C. Yon, Mrs. Lullaby); Barbara Jo Royal (Annie -
Dean LaBeUeI Ernie Redlsh, Mrs. Alvin '
Reeves Whit- ';
Mrs. Laurie) PolhlU
Libby (Invitation
v. and Mrs. Three anniversaries Ralph to a Dance); Patricia Jones,
Rev. .nd Mr.. H. V.mer observed at Ford Mrs A. R. Torbert Sr.. Mrs 102 E. Ventura Arena I I I Ml W. Osecola Avenue
oreHaven First Baptist Churcb (The Sleigh), Chip Fuller (The Souta OewUUm
Hi-Haven. Rev. and Mrs.rreace included during May Dennis Dana, Mrs. T. E. Weathers, Rev. L. T, Fagan, Pastor Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor
Campbell Coming) Suzanne
the are
Stewart, Canal Point, anniversary of Mrs. E. E, Kelly, Mrs. U C. Red ; 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School 9:45: a.m.-Church School
this church, the 50th McPhall (The Elevator); Irene Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor
Fenton South Bay, anniversary lsh, Sr., Mrs. Cornette, Mrs. Broad- I 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning service
v r. James of Girls Auxiliary of the Missionary Fuller (The Spider Dance); Kenny 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School
foot, Mrs. Union (6.00 p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship -
v'Carl W. Houston, Clearwater Foy, Mrs. John, Mrs. 6:00 p.m.-Training :
Union and the 75th Brannan (A Dream of Love); Carolyn 11:00 a.m.-Worship Service
ClewUton.uK anniversary Downs Mrs. Vernlta T:00 p.m.-Evenln Service
j Rev. Pat Drake, of the Womans Missionary Union of Farmer, Mrs. Owens (Reuben and Rachel In : Service 7:00 p.m.-Baptist Training Union ,
Llneberger, Mrs. Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Evening
> >f-town visitors included the Southern Baptist Convention.The Worth Mrs. Tanner Mrs. Society); Bob Kelly (Little Prelude I 7:00 p.m.-officers and Teachers Wednesday; 8:00 p.m_Worship Service ;
.. and Mrs. D. B. Hampton Mr. Phelps, Mrs. Nail, G Major); Mary L. Slas, (Country Practice Tuesday: "J'
Society held Mrs. 7:15 p.m.-Cholr
a In Fel Goldie Meeting :
party Dunaway
Mrs. Fagan,
Mrs. Dennis Small. Mr. ands Gardens); Karen Holland (Moonlight 8:00: p.m.-Brotherhood r I
1 ]
lowship Hall in Mrs.
celebration Using Wlmberly, Mrs. Ross LaByer, 1.00: p.mWdweek Prayer Service
WhItaker and chlld- "'
Sonata) Kay Owens ( Wednesday
' David ; Tyrolean 1
; Broward Paris an old-time theme, Mrs. J. E. Brenda Herring, Debbie Farmerand ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH !t;
, Judge and Mrs. Shepherd Boy) 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer
Spooner and other Mrs. 8:45 Choir Practice
is, Misses Dotty and Peggy Par- fashioned ladies wore old Spooner, the social chairman : p.m. (Episcopal) Thursday:
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller, as they eerved 207 N. I'.ellloTh. 8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice
Circle Meets
lS as hostesses, welcoming at MISSIONARYBAPTIST
LaBelle; Mr. and Mrs. J. the guests NOKTHSIDE Rev. Clark H. Dorman Vicar
, of
V wman, Lake Harbor, Mr. ands Mrs. T. L. Tanner's program Broadfoot HomeThe CHURCH Sunday Services:
presented tribute to the Church of God 304 N. Francisco Street 7:30 a.m.-Early Eucharist
women who :
;. w. T. Lewis, Lake Placid, Julia Head Circle of First CHURCH OF CHRIST
bad so much to do with the found Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Fam1l7 Service and
J. Leonard and
'. and Mrs. W. Baptist Church: met at the Broad-
tog of the Womans Missionary Un- 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Church School :tOt South Central Arena
dren of Melbourne; Mrs. C. B. Fish foot home Tuesday with Mrs. Leon]
ion and others who contributed to SupperThe 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Saints and Holy Days as an
les, Alton W. Jones, Mrs. James Bembry presenting the program.
its 6:30: p.m.-BTC
nounced. Arnold
growth and achievements. Earl Minister
and Karon Wlnn of Canal The topic was "Educating Youthsin
nn Lavendar and Church of God is having a 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship Confessions by appointment
gold were used in Sunday:
Mrs. Delores Sutton Duncan, Mission Mrs. Robert Kelly,
mt, fish
supper Saturday, May 25, from Wednesday:
Palm Beach; Mrs. Agnes Mc decorating the cake, in flower arrangements Mrs. ROM LaByer, Mrs. W. R. K:00: a.m.-BIble School
st 4 to 7
and other p.m. as a benefit for the 7:30: p.m.-Prayer ServiceST. COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN
accessories 11:00
and Mrs. Broadfoot
eel, Fort Myers. Assisted.
building fund for
of the social hour. Mrs. Tanner I church annex, 7:00
MARGARET'S 407 Reyal Palm AvenueHenry : p.m.Worship
'!barter members of the churcho Mrs. Richard said the pastor, Rev. Joe CcJeman.Adults CHURCH
Phelps, Mrs. A. R. Wednesday:
Mrs. Bill Thomas conducted the Minister
II. Ford
Mrs. Betty will $1.00 Rev. Father Charles
were present were Broadfoot Mrs. pay and children
W. R. 7:30 Devotionsand
: p.m.-Midweek
itty, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broad- Mrs. George Wlmberly 50 cent*. The public !is. invited to business meeting and the hostess 8.00: a.m.-Sunday Mass 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School Bible
Llneberger, Mrs. L. Study
t, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broad- T. Fagan and Mrs. W. F. Nail .Sr. attend. Supper will be served at served refreshments following the 11:30: a.m.-Sunday Mass 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship

k, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. assisted with the Mrs.Charlie the church or orders will be da- meeting. 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass 11:00: a.m.-Nursery in the Parish

L Davis, Jimmy Davis, Mrs. Foy, program. livered Please notify the group 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass House
arranged many old each (6.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow- COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL
photographs for by; calling YU 2-3091. Hospital Notes 8:00: p.mFir.t Wednesday
a contest of
recognition -
month Catholic Ladles' Altar -
..... and Mrs. Doyle Worth was White patients. Admitted. : : HOLINESS CHURCH
'ASTcumJ'A the winner; her prize was a blue MISS BARWICK'S Stacey Sanford, Foy Durrence, Society 7:30 p.m.-Cholr Practice
) ,SERVICE checked bonnet. Pauline Mooterro, Mm. Ruby Meredith Saturday: South ClewistonRev.
u'se' % << Cass A. B. Vasa Mrs. L. C. Redlsh, Sr. Mrs. E. E. CLASS IN RECITAL Margaret Lucille Waters, t:30: a.m.-Religious Instruction J. R. Taylor, Pastor
Kelly, Mrs. E. M. Cornette and Lynn Dasher Jr., Thomas Simmons CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
:....... AtoII-I
111..... Mrs. A. R Broadfoot Miss Etheleen Barwick presentedher Mrs. Bella Richaud, Char- HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH APOSTOLIC FAITH 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
=:. Phone TO 24971 were recognized piano pupils in a recital Friday Highway 720 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
4 as charter members of the les Barfield, Frank Mlnarich, Sooth Clewlstoa
--.--- local Womans Missionary Soclet1SALES evening in the Social Hall of the Joyce Drake, Miller Arnold Pen- Rev Vie Turner, Pastor Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic

First Methodist Church. ale Williams, Glen L. Smith, Ar 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Service.Wednesday .
I Parents and friends were on chie Howdeshell, Mrs. Mildred 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.Preachlng :
4at hand to see and hear the young Jones. (6:45: p.m.-Training Union Tuesday: 7:45: p.m.-Prayer; Service

p student in their. performance. Of White patients remaining. 8.00: p.m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer; Meeting Friday:

particular interest were three original Frank Mlnarich, Bella Rlchaud, Wednesday: Friday: 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service

compositions which the young August Fisher, Joyce Drake, Pen-] 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.-Young People's Meet-

girls played. Mary Corbln's original Die Williams, Ruby Meredith Mrs. lug

i number was "Quiet Quiet Eva Goering, Glen L. Smith, La- CHURCH OF GOD ASSEMBLY OF GOD

Children"; Mantles White' was bee Tommy, Courtney Hall, Mil 312 8. Pacific Avenue CHURCH OF CHRIST 21$ FranoUe!. Street
"Train Whistles", and Nancy Lee's Rev. Joe Coleman
dred Jones.
"Coronation 10:00 School (Christian) Rev James 1', KlmbreL Pastor
was March. : a.m.-Sunday
Mary also played "Gypsy FIddle- 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service ? John C. Schemer, Minister 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
New or Used sticks", Nancy Played "Indian OBITUARYH. 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship North Sugarland Auditorium'' 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship

Pony Race," and Marilee. '"My Wednesday: 10:00: a.m.-Bible School '7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service

8' and 10' wide as low as $200 down Wooden Shoes.. B. WALKER 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 11:00: a.m.-COmmunion and Worship Wednesday

Other numbers on the program Horace Burllne Walker. 48, South Friday: ServiceWednesday 7:45: p.m.-Midweek Service
SEEDICK were "Toy Flute," by Janet Brandon Bay, died unexpectedly Wednesday '7:30: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor : Friday:
7:30: p.m.-Bible Study 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service
; "Havana, by Judy Brantley; May 15th In the Belle Glad Memorial !

ROBINSON MARGARET ROBiNSON "Moonlight Sonata" (Beethoven- HospitaL He had lived in

al Hwy. It lot at OR at 11SI N. Trait Eckstein) by Nancy "Cotton; South Bay for S7 yean and we a This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: : E
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City Limits .. Edbo native of the state. '
Ph. OX 4-SSU Brlldgee.Pb. wy 5-46(1 by Marilee White and Mary Cor- Survivor.Include his widow, Mrs. t

bin; "Purple Dust" (Whltford) and Lucille Walker, of South Bay, whose Hendry County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's ,

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bara Ruby; "Alice Blue Gown," feton was fatally Injured in an industrial 2-0801 -
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Page 4 THE CLEWISTON ( NEWS, Thurs., May 33, 1963 j served punch with decorated cakes SUTTON-BRYANT I Festive Week I II I Daughtrey, first vice pearl/ -
mints and nuts.Dunaways. : Mrs Helen Weetman sec Eight giant flood conbrt
I Awaits GraduatesSocial vice president, Mrs. Evelynand now operating as part an tsma
Gather I Nash secretary and Mrs, Mary tral and Southern FIorid&&"
festivities for the graduates Control District
For Family GreetingThe I dewiston High School will Burdette treasurer. enough to could Plllllp
Women of supply the
nWJt Installed by the
6 A start Friday night, when a group Officers were of Miami in eight
"ir' $ Dunaway clan gathered of mothers entertain the class at outgoing! president: Mrs. Catherine miautpPIZZA ,
Sunday at the home of the R. SDunaways the Canebrake Patio. It will be Brown. At the short business session -
In Felda to welcome sort of pos xam jubilee, since all an outline of proposed program --,
t Mrs. Robert Dale Dunaway Into+ examinations will be over for the for the year was discussed
.' ''r:, the family circle. The new MM. ( -I seniors by that time. Hostesses and members voted to let the an-
i i I Dunaway is the former LoU Washington will be Mrs. W. B. Bowden. Mrs. nual dues at 110-
of Immokalee.An Carroll Sugarland
I( Harry P. Johnson Mrs. PharmJ,
I. j outdoor barbecue precededthe Redlsh. Mrs. Jackie Roberts Mrs
.f t i shower festivities. Mr and Mrs George Waldron and Mrs. G. M YU 2.3311SOMEWHERE

Dale oak. and Dunaway opened cut the the gifts wedding given Waters The traditional Jr. parties which
1'1 t t.i them by members of both families follow each of the three main

:F1 Enjoying this event were Mr. i- events of commencement week

//.i and Mrs. Dale Dunaway Mrs.. will be given by groups of senior m
Mrw. Uriah Tanner
: t. Goldie Dunaway mothers a* planned at a recent
Mr end Mrs. Carl Washington meeting. EMBLEMiii CLEWISTON
And children Michael and Teresa Following the baccalaureate services .
Mrs, Harold Thomaa and Sunday the party will be at there Is probably a _
.; daughters Jody and Moods Mr. PATRICIA KAY SUTTON I the home of Mrs. Tom Jones on age woman .r a hmuTT,
And Mrs. R. S. Dunaway and Mr. and Mrs. Oswell L. Sutton Del Monte Avenue. Monday night would like to take ** *, ,d:
i i iI daughter Pam Mr. and Mrs. Med- of Clewlston announce the engagement -I after class night the home of Mr., KoIke a home for tw.bq.,III I
I I ford Dunaway and daughter Ml- of their daughter Patricia and Mrs A. H. Vann on East Os- I and 10. Father Is ;*! I
; chele Mrs. June Parker, Mark Kay, to Billy Bryant, son of,' ceola has been chosen for the bat mast take care W U* M
I Rod and Scott Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bryant of party. For the party after ,radu- dreg but has no home h.ju
Thereon O'Bamxu end children Moore Haven. ation the group will gather in the identifies yourWELCOME to rear them. Would lie fan*
Steve and Soma Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sutton Is a graduate of Pit Room of the Glades Restaurant ested In place for the has I
I Alfred Dunaway Mr. and Mrs. dewiston High School Mr. Bryantis where parents school board members WAGONSPONSORS. u, so that we could lie heta
,1 WORTHY ADVISOR CHERYL LEE, center, stands with the new Richard Bethea and children Rich, a graduate of Moore Haven and other invited guests will but with the undmUiZ.
t line offlcen ef Clewlston Assembly of Rainbow Girls. Others are left Sheryl and DeAnne and Miss Lorraine High School. have opportunity to greet the grad that the "Lady of (be Bo*
te right, Suzanne Peers, Linda Carlton, Diane Rackstraw and Bally Dunaway.Mr Wedding plans will be announced uates. .. 0 0of set most mlea on the phut I

!I OUphant-JUDY VANN PHOTO."Friendship" and Mrs. Dale Dunaway are later. During commencement week the .. fag *f the youth. BITS leru
making their home in Felda. graduates have been Invited to a lnrsl Psaspga k .s ent position la Clewfcfas *
: Is Theme Chosen Brantley Family banquet in their honor at the First : fcMbseiaadclvbBftefPAULINE : hive few bad habits ids

CarterDouglasVows Holds ReunionA Baptist Church. Tuesday evening stwsdtr. are In school at intuit& \
: the class will gather In Fellow- ': yes f ttar : another Florida Iowa, bet k

;W By Rainbow Worthy AdvisorUsing Are Spoken family reunion was held for ship Han for this event. > .r.'M. ,.. school term will soot be e..-
After the thrilling commencement ..S o pitted, at which time, ,
Miss Diane Douglas of Pahokee Mr. and Mrs. Valentine T. Brant-, pmp
t the theme of "Friendship"I Color Stations: Love, Jan Wilson; Glade ley Sunday at the home of their week the class will have HOWELL five "Mother" nay hlerrk
and Wayne Carter, of Belle
chosen by the new worthy advisor, Religion Barbara Waters; Nature married in daughter and son-in-law Mr. and its last fling a notable week- Phone YTJ 1-1851 the children and father. AD ii
I a patio
;1 the emblem of clasped hands and Betty Ann Ford; Immortality the home of the bride's parents Mrs. Frank Kowanetz 327 W. Al- end in Nassau for which the students plies treated eonfldeotmb-.
a color scheme of pink and white Thaddine Wynn; Fidelity Beverly Air- verdez. have worked and saved funds WELCOME, ,wAG N
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Douglas, Write K.E.D.Box .
all year.They will sail from Miami r
all chosen by the new worthy ad- Kemp Patriotism Marcia Futch
; ; Road Pahokee. Officiating Members of the family who attended
port -
1 May 31 the SS Yarmouth and 1238
visor the Clewlston Assembly of Service Jan Brantley Confidential on
; Mr. and Mrs. Lee I\\
Jones. The were
the Rev. Max
will return June 3rd. Harold Es- CIewiita News,
Rainbow Girls conducted Installation Observer Kay Owens Outer on 't hr
afternoon. Marie ; Musician groom Is the ion of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brantley and children of Canal tep senior sponsor expects 40 .. .,.".."... o\" Clewbton, FlorIdaWe
Sunday Observer Nottingham; Manning Carter of Clewlston. Point. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
seniors to make the trip.
Installing officer was Nita Han- Chris Kelly; Choir Director The bride given In marriage by T. Brantley and son of the N1'yBase
Ion of West Palm Beach; installing Becky Spires; Reporter Joy Crawford her father chose a short white lace at Charleston S.C., Earl E. :
recorded Beverly Etherton; installing ; Historian Artls Jacobs wedding gown, with a short veil Brantley of Canal Pont and his SORORITY HOLDS
; chaplain Artls Lawrence; The installing officers and the of illusion attached to a pearl financee, Mrs. Amy Johnson of FASHION SHOWOver
j Installing musician Suzanne Peers line officers were dressed in floor- headpiece. Her wedding bouquetwas Lake Harbor Mr. and Mrs Joel
I and Installing marshal, Judy Vann. length formals. The pastel colors a cascade arrangement of Albritton of Arcadia, Mrs. Gladys 70 Beta Sigma Phi mem-
The new advisor Cheryl Lee of their gowns were enhanced by white roses and stephanotis. Emerson and daughter of Canal bers and guests enjoyed a fashinoei
j i composed the words to a song, the decorations of pink and whitein Her attendants were! her sister Point and Earl Kowanetz of Clewis- show Wednesday evening at the K f i ,
ii! "Friendship", which was sung as the hall where carnations and Miss Linda Douglas as maid of ton. dewifiton Inn, when :Mesdames
\ a solo by Judy Vann. roses were used and In the dining honor and Mrs. Joyce Congleton,. Eugene Edwards Robert Bass a ,' fe f
Installed with the new worthy room where the refreshment table her cousin, as bridesmaid They Stetson SpeakerDr. Richard Baker, Bill Baker, R. L.
1 advisor were Diane Rackstraw carried out the chosen color were dressed alike In pink lace Maples, Wade Wilson Buren Hall
\ I worthy associate advisor; Linda scheme with short matching veil and accessories James Parrteh of Stetson and. Michael Milicevic modeled the
Carlton Charity; Sally Ollphant Mrs. Larry Lee Mrs. A. H. of white. Their flowers University will be the speaker a.t latest spring and summer fashions 3 -
,' ,,I Hope and Suzanne Peers Faith. Vann and Mrs. G. D. Rackstraw were pink roses. the banquet Tuesday evening at Coiffures for the models were
k: Dean Congleton was best man which the. First Baptist Church through courtesy of dewiaton
honors the members of CBS graduating House of Beauty.
and Tuffy; Sapp of Fort Lauderdale -
GRADUATION SPECIAL was ushergroomsman.White I class Rev. L. T. Fagan Orchids: and other flowers and
pastor announced this week.PTerona1s. miniature Maypoles decorated: the
iris and pink sweetheart invite you to browse 't through our
i rose were used In the living and I tables creating a festive and spring
f I Slim-line ladles luggage dining rooms where a reception like mood for the occasion. selection of watches
Contour sides was held after the ceremony.Mr. Gifti of appreciation were presented large ,_ costume jewe
and Mrs. Carter have returned -II I for their assistance to Mr*. '
Cases fully lined '
from.:' honeymoon In Nas- P. M. Mclntyre, of.the Sport Shop lry, luggage and items to numerous to mention -,
Strong ilente( },fl'4 m?*,*, .1t' .-atelrelJdlni+ af''U4 SE Mrs.' Charles"B. Owens Toggery 5 '

Water,repellent exterior t.' Avenue E, Belle Glade. Mr. Kitty"'Mclntyre hu left for Shop Mrs. Robert McColley: and inexpensive ; : yet t i ideal for graduates
resists stains? Mrs. Edward Horasby of the. Houseof .
a summer visit in her former homeat
a scuffs.'and'"scratches. ;; Hi Haven W.M.U.; Has Montgomery Ala., and In Hope- Beauty.; I I
well, Virginia! '
.. 7olM Anniversary MeetThe Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Warren Business Women / "Free Gift Wrapping1'

p. '_, left Monday for their home in
Elect Mrs. Zauel
75th anniversary of the St. Louis Mo., after a week'
Woman Missionary! Union was ob- visit with her sister Mrs. Dan McCarthy Mrs. Harriett Zauel was elected
eerved by the Hi-Haven Baptist and family president of the Oewlston Business BOND
WMU Monday evening with Mrs Mrs. Vlrgle Harper left Tuesday and Professional Women. dub at JEWELERS
C. W. Mann presiding.' MM. W. R. via Eastern Air Line from Miami the evening May Meeting held
it Baxter program chairman, peesanted for a vacation visit in Charleston, Tuesday at her home. Members STREET
,the first president of Hlr W. Va. enjoyed a covered dish supper priorto
l Haven WMU. Mrs. W. J. Cato, who Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn the meeting.
made an interesting talk on the B. Owens over the weekend were
beginnings of the local group. She Mrs. R. E. Skinner and Mrs Bet-
was given a token of appreciation I ale Martin of Tampa and Mrs. R.
1 from the WMU. T. St. John of St. PetersburgMr.
i iY with
MM. MannwM, presented
and MM. E. Sonju and the
the diamond Jubilee emblem pin latter' parents> Mr. and Mrs The Clewistoii Inn
and gavel Charles Holly, who have spent
Red, Blue, White or Charcoal, Refreshments of birthday cake the season at Ehrllch': Traile ,
and punch were served by Mn Court left Monday. for their former

: All 3-pieces $19.95ParRillsoll's Baxter Mrs. Mann beautifully and Mrs.appoint Floyd homes in Chicago and Minneapolis Clewuton, Florida Telephone YU 2-3501
; Royals from a
for a few weeks. On their return -
ed table using a gold white and
will into their
they move
purple color scheme. new home: at 120 Circle Drive.
Others attending were Mn. Pat *
Dept Store Mrs. Sam Thigpen and Mrs. Veda
Rich. MM. W. R. Broadrlck. Mrs.
Mae Akin were in Coral Gable
H. V. Turner and Mrs. W. J.
r i t Sunday visiting Mr. Thigpen whoa
-------_._- Jackson. a patient in the Veterans HospitaL -

i k., Mrs. Lorene Acuff has arrived Sunday Feature

n for a visit of a few days with her
daughter Mrs. Parker T. Wilson
f for the'GRADUATE .
and family. For the Beefeater _
Mrs. J. R. York spent Monday
with her daughter, Mrs. J. W.
Beardsley and family enrouto to
her home in Pahokee after a visit ROAST PRIME RIBS or BEEF JUS
of several months in Mary\Ul,. au
1 it Tenn., with another daughter, Mrs
Browning Roach end family
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Baked Idaho Potatowith
Remember your favorite graduates with gifts from. Padgett and family during the past
weekend were1 his brother and

THE TOGGERY SHOP ister4n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley '_.
Padgett of Jacksonville.Miss ;
Bette Stengel of Palm Creamery Butter or Sour Cream & Chive Dressing
r, Our experience in serving these graduates as Beach spent the; weekend a* guest

ri they have made their own purchases during their of Misses Ruth and Marlene Jones. : : .
Enjoying a family reunion at ? : :
i'' high school days has helped us in selecting the the home of Mr{ and Mr*. Richard Tossed Green Salad *.;*
Pape on Mothe} Day were; Mr. )

f stock in our store. We will, ""if.you wish; assist and Mrs., Loci. Lance MM. John Choice of Dressing "\ j
Wethlngton Lake Worth: Mr. and
i 4. you in making,your .gift selections.! I Mr. T. W. Griffith. Winter Haven; f O.;1 "-
Mrs. Walter Schmidt And baby RbUs & Butter

Party DresseS' for Graduation son. Tallahassee; Mr. and Mm. ),':.) ,: Beverage. ,
Beach- Howard Boweo and children Mr.
Festivities. Sportswear. and Mr. Marvin Pape, Moore Two dollars Seventy-five
wear. Lingerie j Blouses. Haven Mr. and' Mrs. Ronald .-

1 'Skirts. New Eastmoor Jamaica ley and children. Mr. and Mr .
Clyde Egtey Mr. and Mrs.. Joe :
i A Shorts. Swim Suits. Hose. Jew Billiard. Joe Marlin and Miss Janet

f tor diploma time Stewart and Melvin Pape of .
I elry. Costume Accessories.- dewiston ; ','t' t .

I See our Table of Gift Items f I ., .... .... ,, .
: : -- Pliz"ASugarland I Oilier uceUtflI table d'Aole* or a l la
carte item
W The --. .1. .,..ii"1" 1
Toggery. Shop J

ii ,. ., t't' \ YU 2-3311; Serving 12:00: ..to 2130: "and 6:009:30: ; :.:

't't Remember- A Gift from the Toggery Shop means morel 1 Pharmacy

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I Garden Club's Annual Meeting Selected for I THE CLEWISTON.Fla.. I NEWS, Thurs. May 23. 1963_ Page biMM
i i

Held at Stewart Summer HomeMay Boys State,

of the Clewlston The Girls State,
meeting rest of the afternoon r J
Garden Club was held at the sum- free for pi:asure, and many was of I Tommy Ridgdill and Mike Matzlna : r Y .
mer bOme f"Jf Mrs E L Stewart for sevenu>n attending enjoyed have been named as delegates
of Lake Placid with Mrs Ira Blair brat riding, swimming and alght.seeing 4rI to Boys State and Chris Kel
MM. A. C. Meske and Mrs G. W. In the area ly and Sheryl Lee were sole-ted|
Beck as assisting hostesses The club takes a summer recess I ; 'U4 to attend Girls State this year. The I
president Mrs. S. C and will t ; r9t
Retiring resume meetings In September 1' students are members of next]I
FrY and other officers and con- year's senior class at Clewlston I 4 ..
mittee chairmen gave annual re- i High School They will join other!
ports, summarizing the ,..ear'. activities ;' I In delegates from all over Florida
and Mrs. F. C. Sikes and FULLER'S at Tallahassee where their separate -
Mrs. w. H. Lanler reported on FOLLIES + government projects will !M
state convention In Miami Beach! By AL FULLER re conducted in a week-long program

last month. I ,
MTJ Fry was presented with a The State Chamber of Commerce
token of appreciation for her year's. will surely put me to the wall at YIIS /\! '
successful work. sunrise, but I MUST speak out '
plttaeebuffet luncheon Mrs AGAINST enticing people to move CHRIS KELLY 9t
Cervln the new to Florida. /\
officers, who are Mrs. Fred- C. It was such better place to Boys State Is set for July 7th-13th.
Sikes, president; Mr.... Wm H. live when the population was half ;, Students selected as delegates CHERYL LEE
Lanier vice president Mrs. George of what It is now must display qaulltles of leadership
secretary and Mrs. Frank I was born and and must maintain high standards --
Beck treasurer. and then It raised In Miami of citizenship and academ'c'! .. .............
Veltre !, was a wonderful place ,
achievement r.""
to live. There was plenty of room I HOMFEOWNpUi1ISFRYI
The Clewlaton American Legion
to move
freely about. Spacious lots EN1O'
were between houses and no one BETA SIGMA Pin FASHION SHOW MODELS] Pat Baker In lur.nobe Post sponsors one delegate and t
r\I DOU'T AGREE WITH had that "hemmed-in feeling slims and Arosheea shirt and Terry Mlllcevie In an Imported the Kiwanls and Lions Club shareIn Can A. H. Vans
There cotton ensemble of straight skirt, neck blouse sponsoring! the other delegate ttw tr.. AN
WHO were many places for kidsto scoop and bos Jacket;
TIE: : SCIENTISTS play ball. Grownups coud have Harriet Edwards In white with black embroidery i black mllan hat and to Boys State. The American Legion i Phone TV 2 337ratirst
CLAIM THAT MARRIEDMEN parties without being arrested for bag and Charlsle Wilson In canary slims with long everblouse boldly Auxiliary sponsors both delegates -

LIVE LONGER' disturbing! the peace. accented with yellow roses, and mllan hat wltb blending, chiffon scarfs. ,. to Girls State. I
JUST SSSltS!l to NGER' .
IT The only space left now is In the STAFF PHOTO. ;
sky, and even that's so crowded .
with aircraft that birds are having were few and usually In dplor-I Most Athletic.: : Michael Durrance, TOMMY RIDGDILLl
to file flight plans. If kids want to able condition Drivers now have, Margaret Waters I
play they have to travel miles wonderful roads. Also millions of' Cutest: Jane Johnson, Jimmy \\ "" 'I'11i
to one of the few parka. And the billboards educating everyone as Davis. .,
parks are so jammed It's dangerous ] to best toothpastes, soaps and dos Wittiest: Bruce Waldron, Cheryl l '
.. .
to swing a bat. odorants. Bennett. ) "' -
Dad and I used to take our guns All we had to look at were un- Honored by the various school 1Irq I
to a vast pineland area just a few blemished expanses of beautiful clubs and organizations, and recog I
mile from home and bang"away vegetation and wild animals skittering nlzed with individual pictures are: uAMIKE .
at quail. Now It's a teeming metropolis across roads. Anybody can Miss Band, Marian Tokleda; Miss
railed Hialeah The only go to a zoo, but If one can' brush Student Council. Janet Slewert; fun. In cool comfort I
game being taken now are "snow after meals he should certainly I Mist FFA, Jane Johnson; Miss
know the right gunk to whisk Interact Club,
Ramblers birds. (Open season) Betsy Boy; Miss
At school there were no crowded around his molars. FHA, Sally Schick; Miss Beta dub Bring the family. Lanes for open ;
classes Everyone received The only ones in our group "with I Phyllis Crouch, and Miss Key ClubJackie I
personal attention Some of us got 32% less cavities were those who'd Goldman. bowling at all times. Summer 1
so much personal attention we lost 32% of their teeth. Senior Class officers are Butch a
couldn't sit comfortably for a week. Over at Miami Beach was the Redlsh, president, Mike Durrence leagues now forming.
e Now classrooms are bulging and priceless enjoyment of miles of vice president, Jane Johnson, sec I
when a student raises his hand wide, palm shaded beaches Now retary-treasurer, Cheryl Bennett, Ij
it's usually just to help circulate just gawdy hotels side by side and assistant secretary-treasurer and
fresh air. what pitiful strip of beach that's, Greg Ricketson, student councl' j

But one thing we didn't have left is private representative.Judy MA2ZTNA
was modern expre sWlllY'. Heads Last time I was there some vu!-I Vann, business manager !
ear- hotel ffuardi chued m. halfway of the Yearbook, was capably assisted The Department of Florida of Glades Bowling Lanes
to Hollywood Never w'll k'- by Margaret Waters, Isabel the American Legion sponsors
for sure whether I was on private Barrio: and Debbie Kemp. Faculty Boys State, and the Legion Auxiliary I
property or it was because of my advisors were Frank Gentry and Girls State. Date for Girls :
polka- ot bikini W G. Perry.Florida. State Is the week of June 21st. I I II
The sickening, mushroomingclouds I
s from the population explosion I
b already raining its Jas- Firm I
tardy fallout and despoiling our RYSTAL. DISCOUNT j
RESTAURANT last frontier here in the Everglades
: Orfona on,
.._ I 1a .,. ...... .' Enoof* enough. Lock the gates! I Kenneth ReadConstruction nut ':,A I; 1111 f
Saturday & Sunday ,nites ? ColomeYardley I
of Melbourne, Florida, ard-
was a"+ .
C.H.S. Year Book Fri Sat, May 24 29
ed contract for modifications of the
All steaks will be prepared in the. Are DistributedThe I Ortona Lock at a cost of $244,747, Double Feature Gift 'SetaCelebrity
: Col. H. A. Parfltt. district engineer
1963 Tiger, yearbook of of the U. S- Army Corps of "Operation Bikini"A Travel Bags '
PIT ROOMOn Qewlston High School has arrived Engineers announced this week. Story of Your Navy Boys Q Ladies Hand Bags i
and has ,been distributed' seniors J
The work Involves removal e f FRANKIE AVALON
our Charcoal Pit! and other students who ordered the existing weir of the spillway TAB HUNTER
copies. The blue and silver volumeIs OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS
and replacing! itl I with a two-bay GARY CROSBY I
Wit!... Tony.doing .the cooking dedicated this year to Mrs. Hel- spillway with two 230 by 10-ft electrically Plus a Girl Guerilla Cosmetics from a complete line \
en Weetman, librarian, for the encouragement operated gates The work
GianVChefi Salad Idaho Baked Potato and assistance she Is being ,\ connection with "HerculesUnchained" FABERGE, .
has unselfishly given the class during done Caloosohatchee CHANTILLY

6 p.m. 10 p.m. their high school years floodway channel and raising o f Action with '
dikes around Lake Okeechobee asa STEVE REEVES CHANEL
part of the Central and Southern TRAVEL ALARM CLOCKS
x Florida Flood Control Project Sun Man. Tues.
Col. Parfltt said the entire :job May 28.17.88"The MEN'S BILL
r- Hotpoint Jet-Freeze 18 must be completed by July I, 1964. Lion" FOLDSJEWELRY
Other contracts were awarded
Upright Food ..Freezer follows: 1193840 to Arnold II'I WILLIAM HOLDEN HALLMARK GRADUATION CARDS1111t
Diamond ,of Great Neck N.
Made In Kenya Africa
for construction of -
a stone jetty at
Bakers Haulover Canal In >'orth! Wed. Thurs. May 20 SO
Dade County; a 174,700 contractto ADULTS ONLY :
the same firm for repairs to t
ee i' State Road AlA in St. Johns "Two for the I

el ., ty damaged by severe coun-j 1 See.aw"ROBERT
vyII late 1962 and early 1963
Emergency Funds as a ,
area project; and 19.960 for dredg-I, SHIRLEY MacLAINE MEAL IDEAS !
log shoals in a 54 mile section cf From Broadway Hit Play
Gulf Intracoaital They learned some truths about
Tampa. Waterway rl themselves from each other. ., r I II

:j.-.J, f
IY 11 rhu..e /1

II Mrs. Thigpen invites you to
Last. _
car enjoy Thrifty Lunches at
The book Is filled with photographs
of high school students, featuring THRIFTY DRUGS every I

., 54 seniors, who were enroll ;; day in the week
pared.ed at the time the book was pre PLEASE

The class notables, elected by
the seniors themselves and featured -
In special pictures are: DON'T GET ;
Mr. and Mrs. Senior. Mike Dur- r"- __ _

Betsy rance Most and Boy.popular Shirley Greg LaByer.Ricketaon, MARRIED// sse 20for 98

Artls Best Lawrence.All Round: Mike Dowden, r:

Most Talented: Alan Jones Judy I
With Jet-Freeze Aluminum Vann, MENU for SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Most Likely to Succeed: Sandi
Liner for Faster Freezing McConvflle, Bill Swayne. Golden Brown Fillet of Blue Water Fish t II

Most School Spirit: Jimmy Davis Sauce
artar French Fries ,
Shelves Margaret Waters. UNTIL YOU SEE COMET AT ei I
Library Style Door Best Dressed: Marian' Tbkleda. a ale Slaw Hush. Puppies t
Bill Sways. S __
Sealed Thriftmaster Unit YOUR MERCURYoEALER'SHENDRY Breakfast Special all week

Two Fast Freezing Shelves r Edward's 1 egg, grits, toast, sausage i.!

39? II
Plumbing RepairReplacements JI
3-Year Written Warranty
Repair Cherry or Blueberry Tarts

Against Food Spoilage INSTALLATIONS 35?, I 1 1 K i w

Glades Gus CompanyDan Call TROUBLE YU-SHOOTINGMASTER LICENSE 2-6711 COUNTY MOTORS, Inc.East Thrifty Drug : : tb

Bagsrlsnd Highway dewisto. Florida
McCarthy .325 E. Ventura


Will Richard Benson, who .,.
principal James E. Kindergarten bona
(Fla. NEWS, nun., May 23, Belle Glade MemortaJ.. Ia
Page I THE CLEWISTON ) 111831 Hall (baseball) and Hoep1tal
I, I c"v cachet: Buren Hold "Graduation"Mrs May: 17. The baby t _
%- R L. Maples (track), Carl Ferrer *
: 1a. (golf) and Mrs. Dot Vettori, cheerleader Nigel Miller announces that pounds, three ounce at birth;
Purple Martins Nest Cosily graduation" exercises of the First
Mr. Church Kindergarten will Card of
I I abort talk was given by Baptist Thanki
Bible on the attribute of a true be held at 10 a.m. Friday, May: 21, I wish to express m/TaL
:'flr In City Traffic Lights sportsman and the value of a in the Brotherhood Hall at the lion to the many friend *K>
to those who participate church. embered m with *
sports card
clewTeton, LEAVE YOUNG BIRDS ALONE I in it. The program will be brief, and visits and calls during flow...
k I again and are nesting for Coach Hall then distributed !Dive( the public Is cordially Invited to. Good Samaritan HospiOej mr"
This !la nesting season for many, !
: ; the second consecutive :year In', letter: recuperation at home.
other birds also, and the Florida
\ Sugar- Basketball: Mike Dur- BILL
'"I 1 the city's; traffic lights on most Varsity: BOwDEX
1,[ land Highway.; There is a nest in Audubon Society; cautions birds that found rence, Mike Young, Bill Swayne, BIRTHSMr.

I, : every: traffic light along the route, outside supposed their"orphaned"nests are not "or Mike Mazzlna, Jimmy Bible, Greg and Mrs. Johnnie Ptvarro, Card of -
,I (; i and the birds are unpreturbed by: phans" at all. Young birds, and Ricketaon, Henry Bowden, Donny: of LaBeUe, are the proud parent Thanki
I i the changing lights and the simultaneous even rabbits and squirrels found .a u. Yoder and Richard Herring. of a ton, who was born in Hendry: I take this means of the
I I sounds of motors roaring, "B" Team Basketball: Terry General Hospital on May 14th. The all the kind and thoughtful
\ the in bushes are seldom -
ground or )
I' 1 brakes squeaking, horns sounding on Mottley, Rudy Osceola, Don Edwards who lent Jeop1e
.1 "deserted," according to IC. : baby weighed six pound 4tt oun- me such beautifulflot,
,Ii) or other famllilar sounds of crowd Pat Baldtree, Bobby Jones, ew, cards aDd even tT
D. Morrison, state Audubon Sclety: ; ces. cent
ed traffic lance.'t the Rudy: Barton end Mitchell Cypress.Junior me while I was sick ft lilt
"Usually parentsare
president. belpe
I' (
't': The Martins are very busy: birds nearby waiting for the human High Basketball: Jimmy Mr. and Mrs Charles McClel so much. Thank for everylhlw
., and are constantly\ : flitting around intruders to leave before resuming Nelson Lawrence Worth, Mike : land are proud parents of a son,' MRS.MELVWWP!
their nest*. When the photographer their feeding and care of the young : Bennett Warren Fletcher, Steve -
: i crawled up on the ladder equipped In case of young birds unable to Bell Gary: Redlcft, David Beard- --

truck from which the accompanying fly, It is suggested that they be sley. Dwight Hatfield and Bruce "Next lime-1 I must remember to get
picture war taken, the birds placed in bushes or trees so as to McOonvllle.
I' darted about chattering furiously: Varsity Baseball: Mike Mazzlna,
be out of reach of cats and dogs.
and quarreling with the stranger Dennis Gann, Greg Rlcketoon, Jim
birds found
If :young are try: '
Invade their Bible, Butch Redi&h. Mike Dur- FLORIDA-GROWN
who seemed about to return them to their nests. If they my
domain. But when the truck drove have been injured they can sometimes rence, Steve Schneider: Doug Rudd
I I away the birds calmed down and be nursed back to health so Sid Hlgdon, Ron Olden Mike Fief.
settled again into their routine of char Don Yoder, Jim Davis Bob
.'I they can return to the wild but the Most
life in the traffic lights. Society makes it clear that it is by: Hare and Dwight Hatfield. ,
,!t The Martins are known to have not easy: for humans to substitutefor Special awards were given for cane
to MIkeMazz.lna
,i I very: definite ideas about their parent birds. As soon as a bird outstanding performance w ,r
11 and Sid Hlg
local residents have take of in refined ;
t nests. Many is able to fly and care
'I. I built and erected bird houses according itself it should be promptly released don in baseball into l
Coach Carl Ferrara
: to careful design, hoping said the Audubon presir .
letters to members of the varsity -I DIXIECRYSTALS
:, to attract the Martins to come and dent. golf ,:
I,I t I dwell therein. But the birds delight f tam: Matt Stanton Mike I' it '
:: !1 in the traffic lights, and motorists Durrence, Nicky FUk and Gene

I i I sometimes get so engrossed Hlne.
VETS INFO SERVICEFRANK Coach Maples distributed letters I
t, in watching the birds in the traffic ta the following member of the

lights, they forget to move on E. VELTRE i track team: Bruce Waldrcn, Mike I I

I v when the light turns green. County Service Officer Young, Douglas Angell, Ronnie''
Olden Rudy Oceania, Pete Schmidt -
Approximately 4,810 Korean Conflict and Dennis
h Bo Llndaey: ,
veterans of Florida have Gann end to managers Malcolm
about six months remaining in THE BIRDS ARE TRAFFIC-STOPPERS, TOO! Purple martin Etherton and James Rudd.
which to take advantage of about nesting In the em-shaded lights ever Clewiston'a streets hare. attracted Mrs. Vettori gave cheerleader *t tow: Mercury ';'Savings T m Priced(
I $526,300 in special insurance dividends many blrd-watchera passing by. Resenting the nearness of the photographer letters to JayVee's Linda Johnson,
1 '" IyFORi1 i ON to be paid to those exchanging (mounted on an extension ladder) the birds refused to resume (Capt.) Jan Wilson and Diane Wil ,
I "RS" policies for policies bearing their nests to pose for a picture. One can be seen perched warily on llama, and to Varsity Seniors Betsy 63\ MERCURY

Boots Guides Gas Ice the letter "W" the upper floor of the three-decker apartment-6TAFF PHOTO. Boy, Janet Slewert and Sally ,
This special dividend offer expires Schick. and to capttan of this year
{ I Fishing Tackle Supplies September 13. 1963, the Veterans life insurance policy holders are and next year: cheerleaders,- San-

11j Administration said today.It eligible.To LETTERS AWARDEDIN dra Pace, Jackie Goldman, Sally r, A
Johnson'sFishing applies only to Korean Conflict get his dividend, the "RS" Olip ant, Sheila label end Cindy

Camp veterans whose Insurance policy policy bolder must either: SPRING SPORTSBig Allen.
I ; number is preceded by the 1. Exchange his "RS" tern pol- The banquet was held at the Pit
;1 j 1 QewUton, Fps letters "RS." No other government Icy; for a "W" term policy; at. generally end bright felt letters "C" Room of the Glade Restaurant, h.oa
t where decoration of blue and golcwere
one-third the cost he
.I Ij I only For Oewlston were distributed on
used and the bead table
i. now paying.: Although the term Tueeday night at the Springs I
cannot be renewed after age SO, Sports banquet of CHewiston High with a centerpiece of hibiscus
Let Us protection can be continued by converting School to players: in basketball, and polndana blooms

: to a low-cost permanent baseball, track and golf These 1 !//2968
Air ConditionYour plan insurance policy at any time "minor" sports are playing an Increasing
\ while the term is in force. part in the athletic pro- ROCKBOTTOHRATES l
2. Convert his "RS" policy to a gram at the school and the coaches I
low-cost permanent plan Insurance that number MMM'
predicted a larger
Car Call A..: B. Vans
policy now. of atudents would participate in
If the "RS" policyholder: takes aid ,.. ,.. I
htme in the :years to come. I acinv HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS Inc
Phone TV z.sr7l
'j either of these steps on or before Seated at the speakers table ... lsu" ,
$299.95installed September 13. 1963. he will receivehis m-itrl ) Clewiston.no,
were Superintendent J. H. Bible, nd Highway
__ _
special dividend. These dividends u m .
I in average about 1100, he will -.' e

L'' your car of receive the policyholder, depending; and upon the the length age 3 easy steps to (a. road maps with a route planned to avoid" detour '

of time he has held his policy. and take in a* many point of Intend at poanbb
: EASY BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN He must act on or before Sept- 'carefree vacation ..Then after a family let-together to let

ember 13, 1963, however, or the div- final vacation plans and a pet-vacation car checkat :

idend cannot be paid. your Standard station -you're ready for a
Altogether, about 480,000 Korean theSTAHDAflDwayHappy trouble-free trip.

i' BECK MOTORS Conflict changed policyholders"RS": policies have to "W"already policies. : ,. -.. -- While] traveling, too, you'll be right on court

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<''i 1 Phone YU 31301WEDGWORTH'S distributed in dividends since the end to Standard OQ Touring Service for a free when we take batter car of your car.
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New Rules Adopted for Midget Clewiston Runner-up I the virtually test Impossible to compare .I ron Bob being Gkidens.credited. Mike with Dyal.4 RBI'Mike. THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, Thurs., May 23, 1963 Page. 7 h Ii :.

In Swimming MeetThe I Parents who have children wo, Mazzlna and Bill Williams also F.F.A.NEWS + a

I at Monday Meeting Oewlston Recreation Department .' took both tests may check at the collected a hit apiece. I
League swimming team finished girls physical education office for Marlyn; Barn's four hitter was' Joseph Davidson President, NOTICEOur
results A great deal of improvement ,the big difference as be exhibited! Clewiston chapter FF.A. reports
I rule and regulat>oegrovu-: than five 12 year old players; not second held In the trtdty swim meet was shown and additional.outstanding control throughout the that the second year boys have shop will be closed again
New Midget more than 10 here Saturday morning, according take atoll of their weldIng this from June 25th until
the iummer : eleven and twelve tests are bug scheduled on a larger nine Innings, walk none and striking advantage year
'n' adopted year old players, with Eugene Fuller, diva: m the shop this Aug. 5th.
seball program were the remain tor. program oeear. out five Allen Steele of Frost program year .
ndal right at the Youth Cen- of der of the roster being composed The meet result give Temple Results of recent test are as follows proof gave up six hits, five walks, The students are trying to Improve Let us repair your shoes andplease
and \ their skill The class
spon- younger players.A welding
Team manager Terrace el Tampa, ZIT point*: : and struck out five Three errorswere check to see it you have
made SweeP was divided int five groups; group shoes and here, have
r'repretentative. Clewlston. 211 Softball Throw committed by the 'Gang purses we
point and Plant
chanit' In former po11c:1e.. all' City 1Q point Over ISO swimmer Age Passed Failed while the Packers' made five. one is building a tool rack, group both that need to be picked up.
at reducinge two a work bench; group three a
which ire pointed and Improving \\Iiii\\ participated .fat the meet 12-13 41' body for wheelbarrows, group live I sharpen saws also
i confusion which 14-15 17 45 Okee.
past Included 57 events, and Waterway
who are holders for the cable in the weldIng '
tiolll, for the youth M add heat, and lasted approximately 16-17 3 41 Phil Davis Shoe Shop< boot :'
rtlclp.tin'; in the league.< I 4% hour*. 16-17 3 41Chest Plans BoatacadePlans '
sponsoring teams, and Leg Raises Allot the materials was purchased : ... -
phganlzatlans and their boy may play as a 12 year old Visiting swimmers were housed for the Labor Day: Boata from local metal dealers. ..' ,
League Passed
Midget In Age Filled
tile are VFW. Dick Kriedler; If h1.113 birthday does not come befOl'e Oewlton Friday night with alarge 12-13 50 3 tide were discussed by membersof Reporter, Dale McCall. j for Quick Results.. 'Try Classified : \\it:
chess July I, 1963, to play as an number spending the nightin the Okeecbobee Waterway Association I
George ------
Baker; Lions. eleven old, the Youth Cater Fuller 14-15 41 15
All\trlcaa' Legion Ernie year his 12th birthday expresses meeting Tuesday evening
cop, Ace Carl- must not come before July, 1M3. big aincere appreciationto 18-11 U 21Pahh In the Pit Room at The Glades
UV: Sugar Mill Union Each boy must have his parent the many Individuate who help- Ups Restaurant, Clewiston. The Boata
'n' Klwaids. Sonny Stslls.win also or guardian verify his age and ed to make the meet such a great: Age Passed Failed cade will, start in. Fort Myers, It's Vacation Time. .
The, summer program date of birth and be able to show success and especially to Bond 12-13 51 2 make its overnight stop In Belle
,d. Junior League for with the fir.tl four(I proof upon request of the league Street Jewelers for providing Bui- IHS 55' Glade and end In Stuart this year.
u e in several years director All players must sign a ova precision: : atop watches and the 18-11 38 8SitUps Last year the direction was reversed
>Us being formed and sponsor- "contract" stating they will play; U. S. Sugar Corporation for supplying : 12-13, and the overnight stop was '
by Beardsley Farms Rotary the only for the team with which they; chairs for contestants and 39 1. made in Clewiston.Etsabllshment Enjoy a carefree ,va-
Giddens Furniture fans. It-15 33 32 INSURE
ub are registered I
Fire DepartICea 18-11 u, 32 of recreational > '.* f.cation
Iston Forfeiture and Protest Fuller noted hat the successful Leg Eaf es faculties was also discussed, and by ta1ung out
A team falling to field at least results of this meet assure future members feel the waterway: needs .
recreation Age Puled Failed
Hall summer 8 players within 13 minutes of the meets for the BEFORE i insurance
C. S. Mott Swimming picnic and camping grounds alongits
12.15 48 adequate
Victor for the Midget gamHobe IIHS
plans scheduled '
game times, shall forfeit PooL
Monday. Wed- 30 33 route to promote its recreational [
played oa such game. Games are scheduled .
with the Junti 18-11 IS 29 use.. policies before you
Lay Fridays '
to begin at 6:00 and 8 00
: p.m.I YOU GO !
apart on Tuesday and on game days, and no games shall Girls Follow Up On Paul Franklin president, and
8 to 12 Howard Banta, executive secretary:
Age limits are leave.
ursdayl. continue play longer than hour R
Physical FitnessAt Down both of Fort Myers discussed need
r the Midgets and 13 to 15 for the and 45 minutes.. Tie games will be Canegang
atars.with July I, 1963 being thee replayed at the end of the regular the opening! of school this fall' for expanded membership and. '
determining date. season, should their outcome have a modified and simplfled physical Frostproof 6-1 1 1The greater Interest and participation. Let us help you plan
Represented at the meeting wer
Player Selection a bearing on the league final stand fitness teat was administered to
All players that played for alam togs each girl taking physical educa the communities of Fort Myers, complete coverage.
LsBelle. dewiaton Belle Glade,
last aewirtm! Canegang defected *
in the Midget League Ineligible players or pitchers
tion.The the Frostproof Packers 6 to 1 Pahokee and West Palm Beach. I
ar are automatically: ]; the prop- may result in forfeiture of gamesin same test has Just been
.j of that team this year. This which they participated illegallyif given in order to try to evaluatethe at Sugarland Park Sunday afternoon Dinner In connection with the
which managersel years program and physical before a nice crowd of spec meeting featured steaks prepared
| a new policy protested by any of the league :
1 will Increase Interest in work- managers or officers. improvement However, because: tators. on the Pit's charcoalrlU by Jack Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency
g with younger boys who will rent Pitcher Roles. ,' many of the girls taking the earlier D'vea Doyle and Dwayns WaU), Fry dewiston member.
the following year. A mana- A pitcher shall NOT pitch more teat have transferred while drop led the hitting attack with Next meeting, will be held In
r this summer may remove any- than six innings In any one week, others have moved away, It la Dyal getting two hits and Wald- Clewiston on June 11.

from the Initial roster and Monday through Sunday.; ...,.rC
ce! them in the player pool A pitcher removed from the
_Jd be desire. This will not be mound may not return to the .
(ssible after this season. mound'in the same game and a

New boys coming of age to play team may use only two 12 year
in pool"the old pitchers In a week.
1 be placed a "player
_1 various team manager Free Substitution
fcl I be! allowed to select a player A player! who starts the game, I faction is dish
j !their choice, until all playersv other than a pitcher, may be replaced your ; '
| ,been placed. The team fintshjk while he is on defense and \
last, the previous. summer win reenter the game one time, but
Ev first player choice, the next not until his team is again on defense.
J last team, second: choice,,etc. (This rule will allow managers i
to name a starting lineup\ ,
Ale Limits
ch team shall not nave more work ,in all other players\ on his
roster during the game and returnto to come tryFORD'S
you've just
his. original lineup, should he got
desire. A player who does not
My room is Just start the game, may enter the

lineup as a substitute one time.
dreamy and I
Play-Off Game

The team with the best won-loss .
tiditmyseltl"GAL record st the completion of the
season shall be declared the champ NEW

An All-Star game win be played,
with players from the teams fin'Ishlng ,. 'f'

lit 3rd, and 5th. competing
b against players from teams finishing

1rOL.uTU lad, 4th, and 8th, In league
standings. Each team coach will TOTA1PERFORMANCECMP
select five players from his teamto
compete in the All-Star game .
The All-Star game will consist of : I I'I"
even innings, while regular'sea-
son game will consist of I innings
Ball to registering all prospective '.
player this week and managerswill

meet next Monday night for ._..' _._ t
selection. Present plans can '\
a Twca player ., \
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r.nna,v.u., for the league. to start Monday ..
July 8, .and run for six weeks -- ...' .
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Sports ShopParkinson's __ 71 12 I __ ? ., --
EVERY 2nd CAN '78 12 t .

Hare Lumber ,_ 74y 8534
._. 88 72 ?aaa a.rrrags ---- ,
FREE Old South ---- .,.. I
YOUR Glades RestaurantToggery 85743 I
Shop 11 79 ,J I it
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Wilson Lumber __ 13 IT --
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IDea Lineberger m. ---- I
Pat Baker -
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High individual game:
Inez Lineberger\ .. ..----- 199
Store .. 119 j .
Cbarlste. Wilson -----
,ewston! Pat Baker .-. .-- ---- -180
Phone YU 2-3281 .. 180
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Pale 6 THE CXEWISTON: FU.) NEWS Thuri., May II, 1983 Warren Hoyvell and Bob Berner A. Lot. f i to l\i: 'r' Rub,. 8.

of Clewlstoa Elks Lodge as members Notice u hereby tires that th 'following- land or olmuth thereof': Bi S X 10$ PALM 1 4 5 11Se0. '. Berry II
of *. will be to the amount due for tau *
+ win bear a report necessary pay
erred funds from the Building:! to the lam, together with the eat of such sale and advertising will be D, Lot I Qe0.ILB
UI i Prize-Winning I Committee to the Youth Fund 3n George Carver, managing director .old at publlo auction on tha.lat day of June 1MI beginning; at twlT* COURTHOUSE' SD If I U It aches.._

anticipation of full schedule In of Harry-Ann Hospital lor crippled clock noon at the City Hall of the City of Clowlaton, Florida. The land Elk b Lots 7-11 to a0a EAR. W'UJIIIIoLaBELLm
are below described aeoordlnt to plat records In plat book I pa.
cooperation with tile City Recreational children at Umattlla. an institution to 71 Inclusive, of the current Publlo Records of Hendry County, rl. rlda PARK $D-. I U 11Blk.

I.It; Speech at Rotary Department. Including the for the care of physically handicapped Richard MatUon. 'Tax' CollectorOw. Bib. 1 f..Lots Lots 11 1-1-to It- o.O.oa&4 Lan for4 Jr -

support of a baseball team the children, owned and operated ... Lat Block As/ruat FAIRVIEW: 8D 43 II Lnitor4 .r;, 1
Mid Molly Mulllns, senior at State Elks Association. Ia-
construction of an obstacle courseand by the Florida Lot. N to Sarah Efflt -
I f''' C T. Ad* William.C. 831'-111' 8 End 17 to 00 "
f Oewbton High School was guest aid to the Junior Olympic ot 1 of I I LABELLE Lots HEIGHTS BD 1 U .. kEfu.sJ55.iR :::I:

: speaker at Rotary Club Monday Team. :Many social activities have been' T. ft Ada Williams NOW-of? 8110 of 1 Flu Lots S to ID- I' *r LashitrJim.
f' = 1 U
I I She ,presented her prize-winning The Post also allocated funds to planned for the delegates and their Luther Low Except 8110 of 874' 0l P'' DALE U

,! I speech "What' Democracy Means complete the purchase of the land wives by the host lodge Tampa l NI41 Impro- only- I ,0.10 ''rJh ARK SD.- 41 55.e. / .. XJuanlu Jet _

i To Me." adjacent to the present site. Elks Lodge, No. 708. The convention B. B. Montgomery lott71 of 811 lot'_ I 1.11 1. Lot 14- Ethel Darts

I Molly was the Hendry County will come to a close'with the EX Nathan B. Montgomery U. HtabtckR 811- Of 811 lot I 101 ".U &a::: t ILt\\.1I11 to 11 Coy F. A.Fortne Davis: r':::::::: k i

l if, winner in the V.F.W. sponsored customary 'State Presidents" Ball] W Crouch II SOS 10.01: &eo. 1. Lou 1/-50. hue Givane kSee.

,,1'' i .contest among high schools over Elks to Hold on Saturday evening. Mary Bttty Loo Jayno Farlow fOrd I SOT 11.11 ::: 1: ltt 1\1.\ .= Ollie. N. May Chang Co1;;;: aJ. t

r. the nation earlier this year. She of Oewi-ton Elks David L. ft. Betty Carlton 8.0. 1. Lot 71 ,
State ConventionBeginning Delegates I, EIO of 7 IOT }JIU' Marla: Oroua"r ;
Keller Co.
1\\ Wry also) recognized as an accomplished 141 t p

i+: ;: pianist aDd as winner of Thursday morning. Lodge with their making wives the, include:trip Exhalted together Keller Keller ConUtructlon Construction Co.Co. E% of Il 14 141 141 1.11 u. : Sec. I: Lot Lot 70 90 == Oscar Tim Curt.See. Brook". ;" 3 i

\ the student talent show last week. and Keller Construction Co. Lot. II to5 Oeear -
J May 23rd continuing through C. Ellison Rick Mattson : ot IWvTot 141 1.19 5.0. L Brook
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Ruler Keller Construction Co. 111_ ,. Le0.
U Several numbers of the Belle Florida 141 141 8 I, John Junes
Saturday. May 25th, the Stuart WhIdden and Keller Construction Co. 11 Lot 131 ;
Chuck Hall 1. Csld
; Glade Rotary Club were present State Elks Association will hold Other delegates Keller Construction Co. II 141 141 111.II101II :. L Lots 113.114-- Tim r rttb"I" I
PaUlson. cf
11. w74 U
to complete plans for the dinner Convention Keller Construction Co. 5.0. I, Lot U' Charles Mitch.p
Its fifty-seventh, will drive over 1W- Keller : E75 14. 141 k
11. and alternates Construction Co. U 111: 8.0. I, LtS 147 to U' Julies. -
at which that club: will entertain at Tampa. With the Official day and Saturday to attend special Sara V, Fountain E1/S U of, II 141 170 ..... 117S Coy Fortsee .&..:. 11
I Qewlaton Rotarians and their wlv- Headquarters located In the Flor- Ralph B. ft Ruth E. Tlllmaa II III a lilt SUNSET l: PARK S 4. II
Slit.I meetings. Ralph B. Ruth B Tlllman 15, III 1711Ml elk B. Lot I' Arthur Kitchen
next night May
i es Friday Idan Hotel the delegates of the Paul W. Mary O. Robertson' # 411 Blk. B. Lot 17 John Woltam. -
I Carlos Dickey presided at the 82 Elks lodges In Florida win gather W.: E. Bailer 11 to 1" Blo'114 411 110 II Blk. B, Lot 11 -._ Tim Curtis -

I J meeting and Gene Fuller presented during the mornings for a round Public Notice A.France.L, ft U.Juanlta A Helen Johnson Goblet II:.. 54 I/ 411 411 4061III: Bik.Bib.: B.H, Lot.Lot 17 l1-i4_._. Lewis Edna tc ..A4Q; ,

the program. of business sessions. under the Frances M Krt.bcr..c; ;: .t ,,., I, 114Ml Blk. B. Lots II-II Echlin. Inii. ;:
h chairmanship of State President A. Ilf] THIS COUJITT Itroolll'l COURT, Wm. L, ft 1 m
Wm. I, Blk. B, Lot 10 Edna
HENDRY COWHTY. FLORIDAIN Mary B. Shiner 11 411II 117 McKo11N
Ii VFW INSTALLS C. Vaa Horn, Jr., of Panama City. RE: Wm.: U >Mary> B. Shirley 411 114I. Blk. 8. Lots II to II heeds Mae w
f Another highlight of the convention I Ellen' E. Clendtlen 14 411 :OSiir =
fffl.tJsBIJ"HERRING. ECEASED1IOTICE Ellen E 1I1k. Co Lots 7 to Willie ..iwhlu. I L:
Clendtlen II 411 '. .
i JOHN-WHIDDEN win be the annual breakfaston
IN PROBATE James L. ft Patricia Owen 4 B 177 head -
') Saturday of the llarry-Anna TO CREDITORS Robert G. ft Dorl Jackson I B 171 Blk. Co Lot 17 JMM _, I
: 1 John E. (Bud) WhIdden was InStalled Home Committee, with the Past All creditor of the estate of Julius CIO L. Mlnnl Wtstbtrry II, 14 D 711 '.
as Commander of the Hawkins J. Herring. deceased Ar. Hr*. No. 161-May I. 14, 11, 10, 1111 Blh: C. Lots 15.11 Clara WUcoi I
State President Charles I. Campbell by Notified and required to file any .: C. Lots 11 to 57 Jo T JBoy EstTT; ,
Kirk Gordon Post 41S5 of the of Tampa. as presiding oft or demand which Inc.)of Blk. C. Lot 1/-....... Church the urhy
II ii,, Veterans of Foreign Wars In a here acalnit said estate th I NOTICENOTICE God -.noses a AroBlk.
This committee which includes
cer. :
flee I of the county Judge of Hendry Ilia Jackson, 1}. J
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j' regular meeting Monday night at County. Florida In th* courthouseat IS HEREBY GIVEN to the following that tangible C Lot 43 John Wollai -
7 II': the Post home. He succeeds Commander LaBelle, Florida, within six caI.nd.r personal property taxes assessed In their name on persons the 1111 tax roll art 4 Lou .7 to It John Wollan. ='
the date of the d.llnquent Blk. 0, Lots 1140. John Wollam
month from
and unpaid and _
drawing Interest at the rat of
Bernie Bryan but will not 'aTa first publication of this notice. Ekuih per cent (I%) per month with mlllimum' of three percent (,%). Unless ont Blk. D, Lot. 11.IL--- Eugene. A ..GlenBeg.
j assume his duties until after the ,Dn., Pia. claim or demand must b* In writlntand ; suck delinquent tan ible personal Property tarn are paid before th White "____ i iE ?
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{ Department Encampment some- ., must date the place or real' first day of June 111O warrant will be Issued thereon directing levy upon '14.1ft 8 A 111ft
dence and post-office address ef and selsure of the tangible of NW Cor-JIII9U'
time In June. Howard Spinets the claimant and must b. sworn toby paid taz... personal property of the taxpayer for sn ft-S 191.11 ft-W

;'I j Other incoming officers include the claimant, his agent or his A. 0. Ward. Hendry County Tax Cellector 111.1. ft-N .to. 55 51
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attorney, or It will become void ac- Rock Corp.. 5
Senior Vice Commander Harry Mirror "Studios" oordln to law. The law require A W Root Beer (Tlllnan) ...n r ; 17 45 SIBOtlr'ROSD
t Brassell Junior Vice Commander claim to b* filed In duplicate. I W. R. Jr. lilt 11 Viola f: Craton. C|
i $325.00 May I. UII. Bush, W. D _______ _ _ ".11 17 41 ..
I I 1, Richard Kreldkr; Quartermaster, /MELVIN HERRING Booth, Cha Evelyn ,. 411' Lots 11.1. Oerali Stewart, _
Walker Nail Sr; Chaplain :Miles Melvin Herring, Admlnlitnttorof BrtntUy Machine Shop .. ".n S74 of S..% of SW% of
r, I the estate of Julius J.Herrlnr Br.... Inn (Resell Patrlok) 1111 NW( 17 41 I' 10 Patricia. UcKeiwi
/ E. Johnson; and three year trustee LAKE Deceased.Carlo. Caloosa Motor Co. 1141 Theo CosUno ._ I S:
i t Bernie Bryan. Past Command- /S/ Carlo R. Dickey C.loosa Rock Co. Ino. ..... Hit of NE'4 of NE'4cf
; I R. e City Service Bta. (Pace) NE74 185 I' I J. A. II'' .* Unit
I er Doug Fearcy acted as Installing APPLIANCE i Attorney for Administrator Coke J. T., Jr. .. nil Cochran '
; j officer. Clewlston, FloridaCN Cmson J. T EVELYN TERRACE BD 11 41 I'
Ph. YU --TlBl 151May' Clewlstoa arr7la-' 11.11 Lots U-I' __ Ella Mole _
la other business the Post trans Button ?
I II. II. 10. 1111 Clewlston Watch "ST Jewelry I __ ". il::I. N% NE74 of NE7( ofSE
11 I S-liBXi of Clewlston 4k. Hendry Co, Ino. I 111! : : exo Rwy ._-. IT U II I F. L. Dunaway, lit. 1E (
::1 ANx.S RanM. K'J"'zlyamw. s Y9aeASa .,pp M+'AAe N o-y5p w.o ,, Harry E. Joyce T. % of NW7( of NEMof
l, Elite Cat Grocery SEA IT U II I Alford U. Domli"
( ; Ernie Drive Ion (McCra) li\\\\. Dunaway, _____
d _' Oriham, Luther fiE" of NW( 54 U II 40 Neeley Davis __ INEK ]
r ,x ,: h 6s ar x btc F t )A Grant, Worth __ __ 10711 of SW" 54 45 II 40 O B. Wscontehtli. :itNW7I
Ii Hare Gene ft ,_ IIIBlham eso Rwy$5 U $15574 Erwin A. A Gl-djri xRohm
Mary __ ._ 11.17 : .r
deb k o N i Harlem Garage (Ztlfler) '_ __ 1111 -
Harlem Gulf Service (McCray) III All ::'l14!; of BIJ'4 .. _mAll
It II 114 Macon Acre IDs
;1 1jl StoL Hayes Bernard __ _,._ _, .... n 44 II 140 Ancon Acres, iM-trl
Y. Harris J.K. ft Eloise _ 4.17 All .-...- 11 44 II 140 Aragon Acre., lee I III I
4 y Hecksher, Robert _ ___ __ 111.It All f 4ti 140 Douglas Thorapwn
Hilton'. ,
Grocery - __ 1711 Jr. It
Inraan Horace John Sheppard ___ 114.14
i ; Tres ne Jon... O. IX Elinor June _______ 111 E 717.11 It IO 111 54 Douglas Thompson
.' i'i Johnson, Arthur L Juaolta R. lI.n :: N
''I Johnson Clifford M. _, 7." N% of N% of N74 5 44 55 10 Douglas Thompson
? Julla's Beauty Nook _. _. _, 1011til jr.:: -- 1
Judd, Jack
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: Jones !_ & ... __ _______ 114.II PARK N0. 1 $D.--- 557 55Bik.
i WhiteSidewuII Lancford Oscar Jr. .. 1111 1. Lots 11.1. F. D. Cowels V
I Ladd Harold L. *. Katherine A. _. 1411 LINCOLN SQUARE
r : Lakeside U Wash 1741 PARK N. I $D.-.... II 47 $5BIk. ,
?' Lanf Samuel !. ____________ 1111 11, Lob 44.41. Ida Adams -
Lowe, Marina -. ? Ill.II GARFIELD PARK D:: 14. 51BIk
McKoy, Edna _JTJ._ ... lit 11. Lot 11-... Millie Johnson 1 1Blk.
e Morris, James H. *" 11.41 54. Lot 1_ Mabie R. BakerSUGARTOWN _
(? Tires Markatt. Ed _ SD 7 U 54Alk.
+ H Miller, Ernest O .. 1471 1. Lot = Jessl Lee Crawford 1BIk. |
I Monty. Jolly Roger Fish lot .. LBib.
Camp : ;
1514 J : f."i"n: :
Nail Vf C. II.IIMl : Lot. .. I':
Nobles .R. D_ S of ReI 8110
Oscar Steak House _ 1011 FrRyN: 145 If 111 North Shore rum"lII

Overholt. Thomas P. 1111 in0.S _
Platt, Joe % C .'
- ; llJl'acoff1Cl
Patrick Motel, Resell .' 115.Oe % inSW7
.6. RIB Sugar Co. -- _- _. _- ,.,-_ 441"..n 01 ( of SW7-_ 145 If I" North: Shore r.-11I,
rlFra1+ +
A InaElk
Rudd, H. T. ft Emily -
S -
f7 Rudd, James T. 1111 GOLF VIEW 17 U U
w ? _. ____ 144 : f ii"C TemplJa
Sinclair Ber Station (Tonne) _ B, Lots Russell B. U
Schmidt Horse Ranch __ ___ 1117 Log Judd
441 01 Patrlc-Tj
1 Sinclair Service Station (Keene) -'_ .-. _ _ -_ _-_ III Blk. Do Lot 4 U _* J HRobt :,
WbfJWlu'' Sutton H. Texaco _- '.01 Blk- B, Lot 5_ O Doris L .
., Station (Topham) m ? ____ 1147 ....
't Thompson, Douglas ft Linda .... Jackson n81k. .i
S ptyH S + 717) Blk. Co Lot. 1 and I-. Jack T Judd --
Townsend V. W. T-L
Almeda _
: '. AWilliam.
< Itl D. Lot Hilton Ildeaa
I < The Credit Bureau of CI.wl.ton 4 Hendry Co. Ino. '
; _
Town Paint a Hardware 157.41 IIlk. D, Lots 11.l4. : t A XlwleC.
.,, ti in >>'11 Wllll W. H. (Chick) . 414..11 Quincy. Westberry 1Blk.

White Wa-schld Courtvltw Stan __.- __ : : : -- 1711: I 111. Lot 14 ...:...- Redding J. a i i..iin

: Will Wallace I Motel - 4117 HARLEM ADD I43 '14 IIlouat -
: L : hidden, Jackie Howard _ 1417 1711: I Blk..X Lot 11___ F M. tuiwan I
for genuine Firestone CN No. 117 BIk .. Lots 10.11.- RobJtnlne N
May I, II II, 10. lilt OBlk.
BIk L1. t. .-. Lee Ida JenlniAmellnt |
0i L, Lot IT B. Pl to.
NOTICE Or --- ,1
14.. L t? ; ,
i NOTICE Is hereby Iven 8lk P, Lou 11'to 14 Ernest Mamie MeBrnest -
that on the ird
day of June 1143, ::: 11Btle.
o'clock Noon at the Courthouse door 1n !..Belle. fa L
Canty P, Lot 17 Church
I Hendry, _
Stat of Florida, Too Sale Certificates ----
.crlbd land to pay the amount due far will taxes be herein sold on the following Elk P, Lot. 11-11 W. C. A Louise Tnf711k. r

: seine. together with all co.te of such sale and all set opposte the t .
advertising. Q. Lots 1.1 lIeer., _
A. 0. WARD Count). T.. Collector! BIk 4Lot Hilton I -.
: Thurston
; 161goi Deerl tl.a ., Land .1 R A Name ot Owaere TaxesDITEENBAUGHS : V lot I === Thurston KattwI
Ina I Hilton
: ADD II 41 II 111k. Q. Lot 11 Claudia' a.W L
Lot 7 exq John Bib. Q. Lot 1I-lD. .n
Do.--,1.n I
Wallace w
LaBELLB BD__ U II ? D. D. Kelly I 1.71 BIle. Q. Lot 3---- Robt. P.termn _-j I,||
sill Blk I, Lot I Frank 1111. Q. Lot 17 M. M. Ballsy _
A a LeonaElk lllle. 8, Lot I
plus tax andrecappable'lre 1 Robt. Johnson
IT, Lots 11 to II Billups 74.10 BIk, X, Lot. I i
Do -
: I). A .Jr. a Mamie HARLEM: ADD
v-il Beg 141 ft B of NW Cor Kelly 11." 81k.: t Lot P Darin I
6.70-15 of NEK of BE,, of .: Lot : === frz Mildred Kelly 1
'It's I big news now NWH, 8 110' Will WICKER 8D ; is 4. "
whitewall -a no t .-K too ft- Lot 11 B 10ft oTS
', I can -NIOO ft-W 11.itt to 10ft of Lot 10 Clarence X. T rk I ,|
.' you equip your FOB ___________ U /f II D. D. Horton -
tube-type Kelly 10.4} J
o car with Firestone SD$1 41 II Lots0.59.07410 Jefferson J. Mltch-J J
I' Lots 157.111 Lillian Owln WI" of BE'" of BE74' .1 41 If 10 John McKenna "I
whitewalls at a price BUSERS ADD TO La.BBUUB : E of W444 of SE7L
ilj of NW
L 15f II % lyg N SR 43t
Blk A. W 100 ft Lot .. of SE 7(
1\-\, well below the price rJR JOOD________ Roland E. Yl7s.sit NWII L N SR IU 54 II 14 I Robt. Heck'her pSW7
SIzo Whltewalla'tires PARK 8D II 41 II of E74 of NW", I U If 10 Smith -
I j I of many blackwall Blk 1, Lot I-__ Edgar Jack Da-l 4.71 CITY( 5 of SW" ..15 U If 10 Harry H. BlumbarlEL
: '. \ 6:70-15 15.95 BD -,.. 14. II .' Blk. ", 5 lift B. Kont omrrE. -
: Don't f.$/. Hilt: I, Lot 11-11.-. Resale Stewart Lei '. NioitoTsisTt I
7 ,: BikLt. 4to 7_ Mary Wright' 1:1: p E. Montgomery -
1 7.10-15 17.95 Blk 47, Lot 10 ....._ --. :
: ,: : I fafe buy them'' WIDE ACRES EST.- No.- Julie William. LIT rl. s1lt'ira's'\ao\ lf Lot__ Chan lava 'i C&rO'I

;' 1 SD .-. ,. 145 II e. Booth
1 NOW 7.60-15 19.95r Blk O. Lot 1/-17__ Dorothy W. Ko- Blk. 111. Lot | Gerald lyn F. a Nsdiae

r Tube-type. Mils tax and reeappable tire. Bet III ft N'of BB Cor Naught 1.17 B. White r'Elk.

Jri Ot. 1-W 191 ft-N 101 Lot i .R.al Lnnbrt yBib. I
: 100 ft-Bill ft100 Co.ham pAlb.

1'i (t, t* FOE) ________ 15f I' 1.17 Oao. 1.0. a Roea B. 1 1071 e6'i of II ..:.;...;;...4e It W. Crock -
Baker Lot
Harding Hgte ID of Lot II'IT BIk: : 143', Lt'i Soft Keller on.tr. Cw 1lBIk

/I CITY 111 Or LABELLBBlk t1 II. Sophia 8. Jones iT 141 KKi-t'l' ..* Keller; con.tr.BIle. .

''J 't Low .Prices ',on" BlackwallsToov.. .* -. SB! -Cor Be*':'100 ft, N-of MTS :t. l4l/WHLot'. '| I so.lar Co".tr. :

ft-B 100 ft '{I f

i hi""; ., ---- Co.. ft-to FOB ea Ry wBlk 41 I' Ii Doaslas Kelly, Blk. 14f'Lt I _-_ Keller Conatr. C tBik
i l t 6 ..
I J : 4-Be 111 ft N of .Jr. -- -- 1LII m 'lot"' lAc.. --;:
: _IZ. '''''IC. -W7{
.;, r E toO'I! (" 11 _. Keller Con.tr. ItElk.

.!,i .18 8.0018'I..GS' to!:3l1" Rwy.--_. 4 41 II Lather Oreham ___ mj 141. Lot It (I-- 1.0.Keller-1-eon.tr. III
5. :'O115.12.DS"I r BLK.,ice .. -45 II =---c.:
)2 LOU ii-u a a ft Blk. tit Lot 14 Keller -Con.tr. I
7.10.1614.0 Lot 10 D. _

,I i. $ -. ., .. r r 7.6Q-1B US.2S' 1.. Ito BLOCK, 1)1 ),; : ;'D..:,I. fa. II P.:. Douglas Kelly. Jr Kelly. n -14 Blk 141. Lot II __ Keller Con.tr. co.. III

: !t I.? pi... '-:-: HrluaW.... _Ha_are t BLOCK'8. II..___.. 154ft- ,i 4 t'45 .1'.:.. -"" ".71 Blk. 141. Lot IT, Xt/S: : .1a9tt t
to .. { I. S
I 4wtepp. J''f'I ft Ask. 170. Lot.II Inc. J'ounl"I.-;:

6.70-15 Th..auallty.yo>|.want eta .. ELSiOOCH If llli : 4 /J-11 Do Douglas Kelly It.1I blb 171, Lot _- Sarah 0. A. a 1'10"Jllk. -- t
I >}I It Brockman .. I I1I1k. IIeotu
\ i I blackdearth' prier MadeFord's Lot. 0.7 r Churc Propert .'' 111. Tote 11 to 14 M.A. W
t : .J tUbMype to '1 hJta qualii7 BLOCK 45 .HOOFI 'D U I' 11.11 "I, Lots II to $4 Ralph: E. a Ruth S 1u
1. a ,de. Lot 11 __ Do L Hines f I
1 \Lot O.It.o Rwy." r 'j Harper j W/ulam 1.11 Ask 401. Lot 11 Borotly'l'11I..a. A WUNaW
son Est. Blk. 411.; LoU 14 toll 11'
BLOCK 4T COORT. 0 -It IT"II S 10ft ot Lot 14 III B.feyElk. -
HOUSE! SQUARE 8D I 41 11 .1I,.Lot* It to 14 W Rudell: 111. a Yen 'lidox
; ServiceW. Lot. 1T-1I ---j -- I4 l. Kb 011 1
Shell BLK ?? Alk.t415, Lots
; Lot.PMJ12.L 1-1i I It IIi Ilk. "I,. Lot 44 C.T boe.M. p A liar" \ t

BLOCK II 8\% J.oRJNAi: 'n Crawford Set mi Blk m, Lot II to IIBlk Raw.Francis'? i1 a. SZ; >IS-

Sugarland .PJ! YU 2. 861 8D -i 4i '
Highway me Lot $0 __,____.___. CoCo an.r ne *. ,Pearl m, Loa T :i04 dOo Sub E 111
BLK. U HATNE8 $O. 1.11 A'vz&n: \\nll&ID 8h '_

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I I :mU11i;; ;;;; ;;:::;..',.,::' : : ,!if'+ .:;:i:::;'f. I THE!: CLEWISTON (Fla!_NEWS_Thurs. May 23. 1983 Page 9 '

tASIEIEDADs- _-- r: I USF Students Placed in Jobs I: : _

pHONE:RATES YUkon: M201 Four <<:entseer FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex I SLIP COVERS and drapes. Cur 0 00 0 ''
CLASSIFIED apartment. Unfurnished May be tom Eighty-one University of South The 70 men and 11 women itu- I
10 cents made.
word per four Insertions seen after p.m.. 512 South Atlantic drapery Complete line of Florida students have reported for dents will report to Job assignments ,
minimum cbarle; Ave. Uc slip cover fabrics. lummer work assignments under scattered from Cape Canaveral
the price ffire Free estimates. Call
for 2-5831
Van the University' cooperative education to Houston. Texas, and
FOR RENT-Large modern bed Cothern's Custom Furnitureand program. from Summerton S. C to Fort

a 1 fE 'NT room kitchen utilities telephone) Upholstery tic George Miller director of the' Myers. Largest single employer It
to' ; and TV privileges Phone 2-6191 i BLUM It SONS PLASTERING work-study cooperative program at the National Aeronautics and Space
evenings. Uc i Administration whclh has 42 USFstudents
Very Best Work US?, laid It if the largest group to Canaveral
FOR working at Cape -
1-bedroom We Save You Money
go out during one trimester. The .
furnishedapartment the Marshall Center
room duplex
RENT-3 apartment for Pasterlng Simulated Stone I
FOR program allows students to alternate .
I June 1. Can be Hen couple_only. Phone 2-1891 tic Stucco- Free Estimate trimesters of classroom work at Huntsville Ala, and the Man ,
at 408 Ventura after 5:00 p.m. Ito Licensed and Insured with trimesters of paid, on-the-job ned Spacecraft Center at Houston. 1:

i R RENT-Private. Plenty of room.space All for one ut- Business Serv. c s 25 3850 Years Lora In Business Street Jiff/ii/ii!::[/ / ;:; experience. Texas. N/1t",

Fort : '
Lues furnished. No children. Very Myers, Fla. tfc '
reasonable! yu 2-4612 MaySOc ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 '!':'IIj':::::::" t See the new I fr";; :

I LET US-Spray your home i "'for any {..CoPr. IA Service
cabins and ,
FOR kind of pests. All work
guaranteed. '4.q
I trailers Johnson Fishing Camp Star Pest *THAT j'j'I I
JYU;2-1181 Nobles local service representa REAL ESTATE NOT BE OVER $8.38. THAT'S ALL 50 x 10 2 bedroom
and Trailer
FOR RENT Trailers tive P. 0. Box 805, dewlston.
er spaces. YU Royal 22603.Palm Trailer Ito May30p WE HAVE IN THE BANK.* only $3,850
1 RENT apartment Low down payment Monthly payments
FOR SALE Frame house. 2 bed-
representative 303 E.
will be
1 available May first Can JTUI dens Furniture Store each at Friday.Old new CBS.- Large Will sell comparatively ass rooms, Florida room double carport Hyacinth Control $66.26See

2-2901. May23c For parts ..les. service stop In or Improve. Exclusive. 100 foot tot Shrubs end fruit I this beautiful mobile home at
I PIANO-W month or call YU 2-6721. ticATTENTION 342 W. O'BISPO. Unfinished steel tree. 439 West Sagamore. Phone
RENT A i YU 2- 811. Clewlston. Fla. tic Presents Problems CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES
I Free lessons and music. Hold- masonry house. Will sell as Is .
ridge Music Center. May23c or complete to buyers speclflcaJons. .FOR SALE Two bedroom CBS 08.17 Clewlston. Fla.
Prospective home buyers (or Exclusive.NORTHSIDE3: house. Corner of Atlantic and
FOR RENT 2 and 3 room fur- commercial). I am seeking employment bedroom frame Sagamore. Call YU 2-5701. June 6p Says Lion Speaker -
shed apartment Phone $10.000.NORTHSIDE.
21271.tfc can save you many 81
can handle planning Ian procedures 2 bedroom frame DEMAND GREATER THAN The problem of elimination or
EVER for houses, businesses. Electronic Insect Control
IFOR RENT-Bedroom with private and complete construction 9000. acreage control of water hyacinths and
bath. Phone 2-6881. W. E. Write George Kendall, Box 781 ACREAGE as available. We have customers wait other obnoxious weeds was discussed
I Bailey. H Clewiston. Fla. tie 5 ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 Ia,. List your property with us. at Lions Club Thursday by for residential, Industrial and agricultural use*. A proven

-.-.-.--.-.-.-.-.-.-..--..-.-..-.-.--..-..-rrrru rrrnrrru----eras--- bath. frame home. Hardwoodloors. J. E. Beardsley.' Ph. YU 27501.tfcflteilaneousMale Bob Pierce U.S. Corps of Engineers nationally known product with local Installations. Quail-
: who directs the operation of field applicants: will be flown to so. existing InitaUattonj

325 Beach TEA HOMES and Dade in Broward counties, Palm various hyacinth has been crews with in the this Corps area.of Pierce Engineers and will be trained by factory personnel Aq. or past experience

l 1 I BUSINESS DIRECTORY j sizes and prices. Small cashpayment for ten years. Hyacinth so factor. Car and previous) sale work helpfulFor

control work Is part of the Flood Information and details writ.. wire or phone EDWARD
FOR RENT Efficiencies and
: Control Project work
houses as available. MILLER & SON. INC. P.O. Drawer 837. Stuart
ii FOR SALE 1959
Volkswagen Florida's climate is ideal for
SEE US FORBOTILED WALDRON'SMEATS Over 1,000 vacant lots to select Camper in real good condition. the growth and spread of water Fla. Phone 287-4133

GAS from for an purposes. Various 27.000 miles. Phone YU 2-2891. tic hyacinths, said the speaker who
out that in 1957
pointed surveys
AND INCOME FOR SALE-1960 loft Owens fiberglass .
:AppliancesSalesService reported alligator weeds as confined
PROPERTY boat with M
Open 7 A.M. 8 PJt hp Mercury to about 24 acres In the St.
1380 MONTHLY RENTAL. electric motor with alternator and
SEVEN DAYS A WEES CBS construction, $25.000. Recent trailer. Brand new windshield and Johns and found Nassau aU rivers the: today Store and Shop Building
are over
LONG TERM low top. Motor has less than 100 hours penhaulm
Interest farm
POWER GASCORPORATION For Your Spur of Moment Picnics cane grove and ranch mortgages running time. Can be seen at 721 the,water and pose a problem equalto 317 West Sugarland
minimum $50.000 Cortex. Phone YU 2-7151 or YU hyacinth.
Pearce said the hyacinth plant
Four Miles East of Clewiston LISTINGS NEEDED 3-2571. tic I i
life after don
can come to lying
J. M.
NEW: SUPPLY OP BCRATCB. mant for seven yean, and thai FOR SALE
Real ,
Bare Beads Estate Broker
CALL COLLECTSouth 530 East Sugsrland PADS are read/ News office. plants pulled from the canals and ::1 i
Bay WY 84921 Highway piled up to die will sprout and '
Fire. Auto and General Huge Display
FOR SALE Parrakeets $200 grow a few years l.ter'lf water \
Insurance up. Mynah birds African lovebirds '*
accumulates around them. CBS and steel framedat
dewistnn. Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 .
Attention CattlemenNew monkeys cages supplies.Pet
Added to the problem of control
WANTEDlCustomers boarding. Thompson Wild are objections posed by interests HALF Building Replacement Cost
Is the time to consolidate Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- who claim the work of hyacinth
rear debts with a long term farm Frank Denmead 1238. tic control Is damaging to fish propo-

lean, low interest rates with gallon and nearby farmers who $22,500
FOR SALE-One Wardrobe. on.n"
NO Licensed Florida Beat Estate object because the spray drift to
Federal Land Bank Broker portable TV one 21" TV on their fields.
EXPERIENCENECESSARY Acre** from Fair Grounds stand, one 20" window fan. La.
See Write Olio Phone YU 2-1421 Byers Motel, YU 2-2891. tfc There are four two-man crews
er operating in the FCD area at present J. E;Beardsley Real Estate 1

W. B. MAYBes Income Property ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS ; one in the Caloosohatthee .. .. 1"
Jordan & Pridgen 688 ,' _' WaleaU Bonding ._ Fish. Camp oa m< Bradentoa Florida : Equipped. Build IB a; s, per month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. Sebring: one In the Mafia ant: Re?. Real Estate Broker.
CITIES SERVICE STATION boats Inventory. complete .. YU 27151. tic Manatee river area and one in Taylor .
ready to ... Priced at ..D.rear' .
Creek Okeechobee.
area near II
FOR SALE-A bargain one 6 hp]
: trots. Phone YU
2.7501 Clewiston
BEN U COUNTY Mercury kicker. Never been All are using a 2-4-D solution approximately

Title & Abstract Co. EVINRUDESales S .unit.. Small apartment Down payment MOO used. See C. O. Benbow. Ph. YU 3 quarts of 2-4-D to

Title Abstracts-Title Insurance Trailer Park. 1,001 Gross. 3-2891. May23cSPfttRL 200 gallons of water. I i
Fnblle Stenographer Cost of the expanded plan for iI I
Fhotoeoprtnr Duplicating and ServiceNew Trailers control is shared by' federal and
Bride 8C and Park Ave. An excellent: buy: 11x50 trail local Interests; present plans are
i taBeUe.l1a. P. O. Box 64Otante and Used Motors er. Florida room and I car ,S DOTICCS I ( for $945.000 by the federal government it
g-1261 Marine Hardware garage ea four landscaped and $405.000 by local interests MODEL
lots II citrus ,
trees .
completely -
to be used each for ten
prompt, Efficient Parts and Accessories : fenced. n.500. year I
Home delivery
Marine Safety Equipment Two 2-bedroom house years
OF THE MIAMI pp.sif.fi trailers NOTICE E. W. Weaver vice president
Phone YCkoa 1-511 with attractive Florida and Olympia and Alverdez Avenues I
east of Atlantic and :
utility rooms THIS IS public notice that I am who was conducting the meeting
Bobby R. E. WALDRON foundation. New on furnishings permanent not responsible for any debts in- Introduced the speaker New 2 or 3 Bedroom Homes from
Call Gidderu throughout On large tots ready curred by anyone except myaeli A gift of two trays of eyeglass
YU 1-1311 to move into. Low down payment MILE E. JOHNSON lenses from D. 1.. O. Vaughn was
and excellent terms. en 361 acknowledged and will be lint S350

Tampa Tribuneand Homes for sale May 23, 1963.Five through a New Jersey Lions Club DOWNApprox.

3 bedroom 1 bath home .---. ___,__" for sight conservation work over
well located en S large lots seas.
Ft. Myers completely: ,financed. "75 Acre Tractin Lions voted to sponsor a midge $70. Per Month I
cash required. baseball team this year at a COlt '
News Press S bedreom Frame home the Smokies of approximately $50, and to share I I
Northilde $1,000 down Cherokee equally with Klwanls Club In sponsoring f
near Built Kendall
/ Borne DeliveryW. bedroom frame Norttulde. an additional delegate to by Construction Co. ;
O. CAMPBELL $1,300 downS 2 Miles from Town
r ) Phone 2-2791 bedroom I bath CBS Northaide ea Jeep Bead Boys State In Tallahassee. West Palm Beach Phone JU 5-1771 j
".100 down $31 cash, and

HATHCOCK'SAUTO Northalde 4 bedroom$1.400 S bath down frame $31 monthlyFOR Sugarland Pharmacy Shown by appointment, call I

5 bedroom 1 bath fame I

SALES SERVICE 700. down three :years PIZZAYU J. E. Beardsley Sales Agent r
....- XESTAOANT 8EKVICE z bedroom CBS New. $81$. Write Box 760 ,

ne crewmon News OPEN STATION ALL NIGHTWe Aeerare down Belle Glade, Fla. 2-3311 Clewiston Phone YU 2-75( j! I .

r>eBeYP-12n never Close Three and one-half sections I \
of Hendry; miles from Clewla_ $190 a ''i
per aere. May be sold aU or I

ATTENTION! part.41 Acres ea Hendry-Colller; ": Complete Line Of

county line. Easily: accessible. -
Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers Make wonderful huntins -
; camp site. Near proposed "

LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND Lauderdale turnpike and between Naples. Ft 1 { Building Material ,

WISELY YOURFINANCING $100 per sere. ", YtM 4i
100 Acres. Send muck. 40
acres In cane, balance suitable .' !
for additional cane
A c.st Farm Mortf ire- 1120 Acres. Hendry: county. ''i I
1I'1U 1EDlAL LAND BANK LOAN Canal along property, timber. FOR LARGE OR SMALL
Purish Cash leKeflnaaee Make excellent citrus. $125.

per acre. ; \ U
Finance farm Improvements. sew bar ldlnP. purchase It acres muck planted fat ; CONCRETE JOBS, OUR RADIO

wind. machines Install IrrlraUoo.Assist cane.
In purchase and of a farm grave er ranck. 15 acres la griatnr.. Close Inmock CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL .
Purchase more Ind.O ( ) t ,

.& A S lAND Provide capital funds for the farm enterprise. (0 acres for cane sod muck. Suitable DELIVER YOUR NEEDS QUICKLY
AU. 160 acres 10 year eLl bearing
1. TIIE8E ADVANTAGES citrus .....y.. S5000 box: .. AND EFFICIENTLY.
Lower payments. capacity. This Is a prime
*a. Linger terms (Cap to 10 :years). .....,... Never touched by:
Dependable eiehulvelysteee
service (serving agriculture cold.
1117). .
t fan prepayment privileges without penalty. Lots
lau with... agrtutore. choice lots. ?
aerrtoo by: local people familiar New listings ea
e .
*t can bi of service to yo. please write er phone. Northsldc.Betlstered Beal Estate t

w' a. MAT Mgr. or. DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Awl Mir. Salesman

Federal Land Bank Association CAK1OLL.JUANTTA...Ph.Phone TVI-IUI r.JOHNSON TV. BENSON 2-1S61 Hare Lumber and Ready Mix, Inc.

of Bradenton, and
PRONE BILL ABMOUB Call YUkon 2-4411 Haiti St.ClewistonI
; 7U2051 BXADKNTCN. n.. Ph. YU$4Il


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creation Association. in District 4
10 THE CLEWISTON hi Florida with News Church NewsFAIEND81pp
23,1003 creasing a P. T. A.
,. ,.:) h0" 'J IT ,I ,'J1'( and 6, the second week In June
"Mf larger population and more i I ( ..1' : ()Lt 1, I f. \ ''Th
visitors Florida fishermen h I The PTA win bold its last meeting I BAPnst
> I\IT! fiND Mr' tADLh
I Uncle Dan From Devil's Garden still don't outnumber Florida Monday night May 27. For this Women's Day SpeakerMRS. Rev. o. D. WDuallll, park

fish ocassion. they have solicited Mr. The 87th

Ii'' DEARMISTEREDITOR: I Kennedy budget yet said all his' In fact, fish biologists who manage J. Homer Bible, Superintendent of Sunday School annual IIeSaJon al ....

1 My cousin Hiram mailed me aA time has been took up lately trying the lakes and streams of three Hendry County Board of Public lion, auxiliary to and g
of the State Forests complain that tT'R..EET7ilEM Instruction a. guest speaker. Mr. the g:
I A clipping last week explaining all, to flgger out an item in one Valley Everglades
r about the new Kennedy budetl of his pamphlets from the U. S. "the water isn't being fished en Bible will enlighten us on the present J/ Rev O. D. Williams A tIct.

that the Congress is debating. This Department of Agriculture. Zeke ough." Underflshlng" means "too and future building programand r i will convene at the church I

: piece tells everything in detail, had the item in his pocket and many little ones. Wi1H1 school lacll tiH. through May 28, 1963. t
: lour-square and gospel clear, It's he got it out and read it to the Fishable Florida State Forestsare SMJCIOI&A We cordially invite all parents!
i ThemeTeaching: ._, .
Blackwater River ((183,000 aDd ,, .._
the first time I've knowed let fellers. and friend who are interested! in;, to Make Christ
: 1 certain what was heads and what The Department of Agricultureis acres) northeast of Pensacola; _' P\.OAIM\COff'IITlEI\ roualMOTOORINO our school to come out at 8 p.m. Evangelism" Known br Pen-

l was tails in this matter. advising how four can live Withlacoochee State Forest ((114- on the above night With your effort Sunday School

I \ cheaper than one. They got it 000 acres) near Brooksville; and and Interest we can make our]I are: offlcen In dIar

r"'', Republican flggered, according to this item, Pine Log State Forest ((7.000 acres) school today a better one for tomorrow Rev. W. F.
,j,; ing in this piece is a White House that if a family buys in big northwest of Panama City. Rev p
t expert named Walter Heller and Jj amounts, a man and hIs old lady 18-county Central and Southern t F. B. Smith, vice 'DI'eriA.! ..;
; feel prltty shore he is a Harvard and two younguns can eat fer 5 Four out every Florida resident Florida Flood Control District Georgia Smith ,

q l'' Democrat, so this balances off per cent less than three, 10 per live within the boundaries of is as large as the entire nation of Honor Graduate secretary; Sister SallIe rTS?

j i the piece and makes it nonpartisan cent less than two, and a full 20 18-county Central and Southern Switzerland. I Pauline corresponding Stokes secretary: SIawr

: 1 and a authority on the subject per cent cheaper than one. Florida Flood Control District Rev. L. M. flnancialleeretarr,

He says our 8 billion dollar debt These experts claims a small Dave Pattlsoo returned home trellSlllw .:
ter E. Beacon
in 1962 was bad, in act it was ao family can't take advantage of big I Mr. and Mr.. S. H. Stalls and Friday evening from Newcastle, Stallworth S, pianist; Rev A. i
i bad he calls it a "deficit of weak- quantity prices on account of they S Board kembn
:I' daughters and Mrs. Gladys Stalls Penn., where he was caked by the Deacon H.
; ne..." And the reason be says it git caught with too much spoilageand of Moore Haven spent the weekendin serious illness and death of his ber Taylor, S S Board lk

I was bad is on account of it was left overs. Clem Webster said Miami and Miami Beach attending grandmother, Mrs John D. Pat- ; Welcome Program, Waw
: a mistake, that the Guvernment this was very valuable informationand day right May 22.
the Spring meeting of the tlson. Funeral services were! held
:j, planned a surplus in 1962 and anything -I that he aimed to start the new Florida Press Association Stall there last Thursday. Pattlson was BEEMTA 8. BOBO -

r the Guvernment didn't plan system right away. He flggered is presently director to the Association : accompanied on the trip by Rick NEW BETHEL AME

I''! is bad. But he explains that by he'd fall in about the 8 per cent from District 2.Harlem. Mattson.the Mrs. Bernita S. Bobo was chosen R er. L. Holmes, Pastor
I increasing the debt in 1963 what class on account of his old lady speaker for the morning worshipat

I! we got is a "deficit of strength was a little heavy on the eating New Bethel AME church, on Sunday, May 12, 1963, the aft

j); on account of hiking spending and But he reported the spoilage and Women's Day, Sunday, May 12. was adorned with vases of &Z,

cutting taxes and the Guvernment left overs wouldn't be no problem, NewsEvents She Is a native of Daytona Beach, in the red and whlt..solor tew

II planning it that way. He says anything he'd just give 'em to the hogs. Florida, member of Friendship appropriate for Mother' Day jj

the Guvernment plans is Your truly, Baptist. Church, OES Chapter 29B, pastor relinquished his t'i3
good.Farthermore UNCLE DAN and News Of Our Colored CommunityMRS. : a member of the faculty of Harlem sat with the Stewards, while
: to
I'!'.,. 1 he explains that .. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor :; ; : Academy, holding a bachelors ladies assumed their posUtioni! k
; with 8 billion deficit College
dollar Cookman
a Outdoor Supper 1 degree from Bethune the pulpit to carry out the
t Phone YU 2-7651 pro
many factories and workmen and a masters degree from gram designated for Women's

I* Idle, bat with a diflclt of For Cheerleaders ValedictorianJanet whole administrative staff of Florida A&M University With very fine cooperation tran pay

Strength" they would be put to lIarl Academy. She Is the wife of Roy Bobo and members and friends, the cap

f work Mr. and Mrs. Parker Wilson and "" I'' the mother of four children, with tame were happy to know M

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oliphant Salutatorian one serving in the Armed Forces they were able to reach their
I was explaining these mattersto nd
J Bettye Lee Lewis, daughter olMr
were hosts at a hamburger fry and of $1.000 and
"Wmen' exceeded
Her selected
I'i subject
the fellers at the country store was But
watermelon feast for the membersof *. Rosa Lee Lewis, began her amount
Work in the Church. She
Saturday night and Ed Doollttle *
the cheerleader squad at Clewij- elementary. schooling here in 1952
+ i allowed as how everthlng was now ton High School Saturday. when else entered Harlem Aced searched the New Testament for
crystal: clear to him. examples after whom women who
J this Sandra emy. During her tenure here Miss
Enjoying event were work in the church could pattern. OBITUARYFuneral :
Ed said we couldn't (it this Pace, Jan Wilson, Sally Oliphant Lewis bas been outstanding in her their live. During the address,

country moving ahead by Just Jackie Goldman, Karen Holland! academic and extra curricular activities. several references were made to service for the lit
Linda Johnson Sara She has been II participating Mrs. Julia
borrowing the same amount Cindy Mien other women in the Bible, and Campbell were conduct
I every year, U we borrowed 8 Jo Cato, Barbara Zemonek, Bets/ member in such organizations : their work, also scriptures were ed Thursday afternoon at New

billion last year. 19 billion Boy and Margaret Ann Waters. aa dramatics, chorus, New quoted to substantiate these reference Bethel AME Church, at 4 pa,

i sounded like a prltty reasonable -.-- Homemakers of America, business *. with the Rev. L. Holmes, pastor

i'' finer to him far I960. Ed Is Trees Aid Fishing club, safety patrol and the Student | officiating:: Order of service 11 ill-
The address concluded
was by a
CounciL lows
1 all fer progress, Mister Editor. :
I Woodsmen Maintain This Miss Lewis has been statement "Today thousands of w- Processional
Zeke Grubb reported he ain't year choir) Hymn, No
i got around to working on the TALLAHASSEE Rare is the rn, Via chosen an Honoary Member of the men rejoice in that they are abl 481; Invocation Rev. Lee. JenUu;
Student Council from ..the Seniorclass. to serve the Lord with their loving Selection Choir
; Sculpture SOU
fisherman who hasn't been ribbedfor
She plans to Attend Edison hands,.minds and hearts. He ex Psalm
: Scripture 1 Cor. IStaChap
mistakenly casting into brushor ;
peels each woman who bears hIs
tree. Junior College in Fort Myers, Florida As a Christian, Rev. Lee Jenkins!
Roofing Co. name to labor while Is da ," ;
to further her education in thefield yet + A* a Neighbor, Mrs. L. M. Reed
Hi partner' acid comment is :
AH Types el Roof and of Science and Mathematics The audience exhibited a response Resolution
New Bethel
Sheet Metal Work usually something on the order of, of appreciation for this address and Alta
i z New Construction "What kind of fish were hoping Church, Mrs. Alma Georee._
or :you hope, that in the future, one s o
Repair Job for a squirrelbass?" Eastern Stars and Ur
I Harlem dynamic can spread her wisdomto
II And even though there Is ao Brumfield, daughter of the greater areas.Women's Whites; Acknowledgements, Mn.
Phone 2.7111 Florida game fish known a* late Mrs. Helen Brumfleld and E. L. Corbett Presentation of Ibt

Day or Evenings the squlrrelbast inhabiting Samson Joe, has been chosen valedictorian I Host Swim Meet Morals; Obituary. Mn. A. Mathis;

,, ,, P. O. Box 1243CIEWISTOX. the limbs which overhang of the class of 1963. All Barbara Galnous, daughter of Day Speaker Hymn, No. 488, Euology, Pastor,
Mr .and Mrs. Percival Galnous,I Harlem Academy served a
t FLA. streams or lake' edge of her elementary and junior high up Reviewing of Remains, Recession
: reside in LaBelle, Florida with whopping defeat of Dunbar Senior f al. Active Pallbearers Uasooie
there is a tie that binds forest school schooling were secured! in I
and stream, good fishing and Palm Beach county her aunt, Mrs. George Ann Cofield. high school of Fort Myers in 1 its Lodge, Burial, Washington Memorial
She Attended Elementary SchoolIn first swim meet of the season.
r Cemetery Young Barton
poor fishing. She started to school at Harlem
Propeller Pumps r LaB n.1.! at Daniels Elementary. Un&r the 5-3-1 point system, Funeral Home in charge.
For forests protect the water Academy in the school term of
8 Inches to '72 Inches She late attended Junior High Harlem Academy swimmers com- Mr*. Campbell leaves to mow
shed. And trees are one secret to 1960 when she was a aophomore! !
WELL PUMPS School at Jxies; II:gh ScbXl >o1 *,,.d a teal of 128 point to i its her passing, a devoted husband,
( a well-regulated productive stream, During her here, she has
Centrifugal Turbine years .
Orlando, and Jolnel the Harlem Academy oppw .j ts 5XLvd Mr Herbert
Campbell ,,
Mobile Pam,. Rental geared to a fisherman' delight been an honor student She participated -: one m
family as a sophomore I by the masterful performances Lincoln Small, four daughters,Mn.
Repairs Installation A forest capture thousands *f in many activities during : Inl
I I 1960. of Helen Wilson, wh) turnedin Earnestlne Guthrle, Mrs. Alpha
Sale A Service tons of water, when water is her Senior high years, namely:,
'r t abundant Obeying a wonderful dramatics, chorus band, business She bat been a contributing asset three first places, one each i In r Relph, Mrs. Barbara Thlgpen and

L&FEngineering of nature, the forest releases this education club, and Ctudent Council. to this school, participating lathe the junior girls 50 yds freestyle, 50 Miss Mary Ruth Campbell, two

reserve water as needed. In her junior abe was dramatics club, the glee club, yd, backstroke, and the :50 yds brother, Leroy and AUx Snul
I & Pump Co. Without nearby trees, a good chosen as president of the Student' and an honor student tlnce her en- breast stroke, the team was able to one sister, Mr*. Wllhelmenl Mar-
trance. She has also participatedIn take 14 of 20 first shell four
1 fishing stream 1962- a possible places grads, and a tot
on the slightest Council for the school term
Y Moore Haven, Fla. oratorical contests. She was Other first place winners were p rd of relatives and friends.
vocation can become a dry gulch
Phone WHItehaU 6-1017 63.In chosen "Mis Harlem Academy" Mavis '
I Anthony, Midget girls 251
or a roaring flood. the forest her senior she
i Day or Night Actually year, was serving
bthe term 1982.83.After .
1 1 freestyle, and 25 yd. backstroke,
serves as a valve, while the as president of the StudentCouncil JULIA'SBEAUTY
,. graduation, she plans to Willie Johnson, junior boys, 50 yd.
stream itself is barometer and she chosen
a reflecting WAS a*
attend Bethune-Oookman College in freestyle and 50 yd backstroke, the
the condition of whole 'Student cf the Year" from the
Daytona Beach, where she plansto senior boy 100 yd freestyle and
\ area's watershed. high school department. In the publishing t r That New Look
WANTEDTO major in elementary education 100 yd breaststroke were both won
,+ 1 Fortunately, most of Florida's of the first yearbook for the hating Styling CotUnf
by Claude Williams. I
itreams and lakes are born of a school, she was chosen editor. No Appointments,
LEASE healthy watershed. Forests cover After completion of high school Notes fromWhitfield' Michael Quentin In the midiet.. Mr .Friday and Saturday
Sale, Proprietor
division and
more than 60 per cent of the land she plans to attend Tuekegee Institute Nursery Emanuel Wright in

l/z Section or Less surface of the Sunshine State. Tuskagee, Alabama, to major the junior division both won first M. I, BLACK _

: _, More people are taking te in Secondary Education.! !I And KindergartenMrs. places In the 50 yd. butterfly. Hat The Willie's
CHOICE MUCK lem Academy also first in program elected
I4 the Florida outdoors for camping She wishes to express her appreciation Whitfield and co-workers Mrs. M. I. Black
: the senior boy :200 yd. freestyle as the evening Shoe Shine Stand
+f' r LAND swimming hunting In sea- to the following persons request ;your presence at the 1963graduating speaker, that
ion, picnicking, and fishing. for her relay, junior girl 100 yd. medley the Women's Give your shoe that shin
making schooling possible: |I I I exercise Flrday, evening Day
1 activities at New Bethel
and the senior
200 medley
,$, With DrainagePRlNaPLES More than 700.000 Florida Mr. Ramson Joe, Mrs. Elizabeth May 31 at 7.30: p.m. at the relay boy yd. AME: church. Mrs. Black is a Alabama Street Harlem

ONLY fresh licenses were Issued In Williams, Mr. Herbert Williams Harlem Gymnatorium. A very unIQue .
member of Mr.
Saturday, the team visited the New Bethel AME and Willie L. Y....,, rnprfet
Box CM Oewiston Florida a single ,ear. Though an "re and Mr Carl Brown. She also wishes I program has been arranged the No. 2 Choir
host city of Fort Lauderdale to member of the
i i creational pressure" Is in to express her appreciation to in honor of the graduates. faculty of Harlem
Academy and
participate in the fourth annual Allen Lawn Service
open swimming meet which! included !leaches mathematics and science

LI a C teams from Miami. West I member of the OES Chapter 28B, LAWN SERVICE

t Palm Beach, Pompano Beach, aDanis. PTA and Band Parents Club. Efficient and Friendly

In the tough Plymouth-Ford-Chevrolet leaguer She has resided in this city for We We want aim Your to satisfy Business

Here again, the team performedIn several years and it has been her
: its usual masterful way. There policy to serve In any capacity B: WItS
:: ; ert Alien Jr., ProHilton's *
were on entries in the senior events where the progress of youth and

i from Harlem Academy. citizenship are concerned.

fj' PLYMOUTHHAS The order of finish In total She Is the wife of Nathaniel Black

i': points for the six clUes enteredwas and the mother of three charming Grocery

,.j first place, West Palm Beech, daughters Her address was selected Groceries Fresh dab

1 second Fort. Lauderdale, third from the characteristics and ]kve Vegetable

THE LOWEST-PRICED 2-DOOR SEDAN Clewiston. of three phases of womanhood. Cold Drink Essential Hems
; Helen Wilson helped to gain this The creation and women's entry We Appreciate Your Patronage

position for the team with two on earth, the traits of a woman, Mr. and Mrs. 'TkorsUa JIIIIII]
first and one second place In the such as being a Christian. Indus Proprietor

l" junior girl' division. Helen won friars tireless and cheerful and

r Ira. L in the 50 yd freestyle, 50 yd back- the special:: traits of a mother, such .

stroke and finished second in the as loyalty and true devotion. Mr.

; 50 yd. breaststroke and Roger Mc- Black concluded her address with :

I Cray placed first in the midget the following verse. i Elite Grocery

\ boys 25 yd freestyle The earth Is filled with many I

I'' 'i. Mavis Anthony placed first In a gift,

1 the midget girls freestyle, 25 yd. Though some have power to Home Cooked Meali

backstroke, and ascend In the 25 uplift,

; yd. breaststroke. The minds of men to loving .
The midget 100 yd freestyle was deeds,

won by the Clewiston team composed True mother-love cows virtue' GROCERIES

""t"I : of Roger McCray, Michael seeds. FRESH HEATS

Quentlne, Donald Ward The hearts of peasant and
: and Freddie of .
1 a When .Vow Avtuwlnd nyMMtk.Vill.nl DMlWs W_ you Manufacturers' Retail king,
compare Suggested Allen. The
tact* .k)...1.-IIIMI' wofUMMlii.*..1M1 an..tot ..pIIIdod team of junior boys SCHOOL SUPPLIES
{ t Prices for the lowest-prIced full.size 2-door sedans to Mud'* wrto mriMMMt tf raptlr,wHDout ctari*lor nqulr* ; in the 200 yd freestyle really placed Their tribute to a mother bring
> liter.l er *inn M,000 mllM. oMcfcmr aura lint, second, this team ESSENTIAL ITEMS
4 In the M ttw wif Hw Mock, ln d M* tatwm Nrt i tmunlulm I CM* was composed
; Plymouth-Ford-Chevrolet 'league, Plymouth *t4 :totanul, : pirt* (nclirfliif' nMwl tMdi* torque ewmrtor, of Jackie Holmes, Willie Hospital Notes Clewiston New
/rM nhirt IMIMTMI Joint (iclutftfif' Ant conn), rur ail*
tit costs less! And Plymouth is the only one of the ire ,IHntW, srN rotr trim) kMrton, nvMtf are waters. M* : Johnson, Emanuel Wright and Colored patients admitted:

three that has a 5-year or 50,000()()( mile warranty! e.nn:: it Cr rowoiuM tor* :.abw fcitemU. accwrtif It UM PtyMvUt- Claude The team William will host a meet with Johnny Ossie Lee V. Jaw, Jeff Hobbs
King NorthoyLer
Belle Glade the first week In June George Cold
((8) and Janle Ziegler,
\ an invitational meet with David Ross, Kenneth Stop By and Be Refkeakttarthov.
White '
j Put your trust In the men who fell Plymouth I all cities in the Orange State Re- rest Spearman. Fc*>

y Colored

Beck **\'Nighway. 'tlBenito Sts. PERSONAL Friends of Mr.MENTION and &n. George e4 Kenneth Dade White V Jone, .T0IlJ'u remaining*. G1adat.aoe N : .

.' Motors ,. Booker regret very much to hear Smith, JoIuIn7 Lee King, Gaben For InformationCall
they are suffering from in HaD,
Jame Ziegler, Gear,. Jlooter 21651Page 1
ClewutoD Fla. juries sustained In an accident Waila YUkon
Sunday evening Forreat RobkIaoa, (David a...


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