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 30, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Graduation Two Sections Issue The Clewiston News'i,

Return Pottage Guaranteed. Sec 345.3, PM-Sub. $4 Per Year CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 30 t 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 22

Conservation Camps Have Places we R t tl

For Boys and Girls Jhis Summer l r

TALLAHASSEE-A total of 180 1963 camping program Includes .

boys and 75 girls are needed at the stepped up program of activity k ",'
Youth Conservation Camp on Lake other fields of outdoor recreation I

Eaton In the Ocala National For such as cemplng and camp craft,

eat. There are vacancies! open In field archery firearms safety and : ,1
four two-week camping session boating. Greater emphasis is being I ,
beginning June 23. placed on fish and fishing during
1\\ Camp vacancies are as follows: this camping: season The I
Boys 9 tlirougH' 12. June 23-Julj ,Youth Conservatloa camp is operated -
6, 30 vapanclei, boys 11 thorough by the Game and FreshWater
14. July 7-20, '15'v.cancle.a "boyi Fish Commission! and U:

8 through 11, July 21-August 3, a part of the Commission's conservation _
7S vacancies; girls 9 through 13, education program. _

August 4-17, '75 vacancies. Camping Applications arid) information r 1Y
fees 'are $55 for the tw-week about tbe.camp.m'ai be obtainedby ,
sessions. writing the Youth Conserve
The Youth Conservation Camp tine Camp 2500 E. Silver Springs

provides a summer training 'program Blvd., Ocala, or by tontactlng: offices -
for Florida's youth In' conservation of the Commission In Panama ; i

'I hunting and fishing The City Ta.1lahu. _, Lake City, I
Lakeland, and West Palm Beach II I

GNATION OF CHIEF COOK bat he had able assistance from Melvin Junior League Sheriff Recovers
and Otto ef -
hider, president. Larsen the Hendry County Farm Bum ,', -
Saturday The occasion was the annual outdoor dinner In the Rosters Named Loot from ;.... --
The men prepared the barbecued chicken beef and pork fore Forgery
rk.meaL-STAFF PHOTO. ; Burea Hall director of the summer AMONG THE CHARTER MEMBERS OF TIlE Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot. Standing Mrs. R. E.Waldroa .
I baseball league Is reactivating Members' of the Sheriffs FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH who attended the M. C. Vowel W. R. Broadrlck Mrs.
Junior League this Department have :apprehended >Sth Anniversary celebration recently went left Marilyn Davis Leonard Jimmy Davis, Artiur
I Farm Bureau Gets I Band Association and the four teams play will summer play on the culprit fat {4he ease of to right seated Mrs. Etta Letter. Mrs. II. L. D.II.. King and A. R. Br..dfoot.- TAFF PHOTO. ,'

Installs OfficersThe Tuesday and Thursday'nights according twe forged checks totalling vie. Mrs. Clara Broadrlck Mrs. E. M. Cornette. '
$90! cashed In Clewistoa last -
'62 Banner .Award dewlston Band Associationwill to an announcement this week. US ., the. IW has beenrecovered
meet in the band room at the ,week. cad the inspect, a SUMMER ,RAINS :
high school next Tuesday evening. I Teams are being sponsored by ie-rear-old .DtII;, been
Firm na* of Lake
County Bureau 01 d d e n s Furniture Beardilr Division
Heodry June 4, at 8 o'clockfor, installatioi 'tamed ever to Juvenile authorities. BREAK DROUGHT
males gathered at the City Park of officers. Farms Rotary dub and the Volunteer -
LaBelle Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Dan McCarthy will be installed Firemen. Managers for the appeared
The check were for IS9 Summer rains on the .
A teams will be named at a later
annual as president and other ,
and Ml. and one was cashed South Florida scene last week
of the afternoon was the 1963-64 officers will be Installed. date Hall said in .announcing. JUt
ill point In the bank and the ether InParkinson's breaking a drought of longstanding -
nUtln to. the Hendry County IThe'I Association has requested team rosters. Deps.rtm.entStore ._ Becomes LawThe .
of the State Banner Awri Bandmaster Jack Scott to play- JUNIOR LEAGUE
ureau said the 8h_rtff. The week brought the first sizeable
> tor 1962. some Instrumental solos. PLAYERSManagers I'' Sheriff Drew bad Police rain to dewtaton. and afternoon _
will be later
Charlie Collins field representaIv !, Chief ,Whaler'\ wge an local showers have occurred nearly ;

of the Florida rum: Bureau JR. COLLEGES GAIN QIDDENS FURNITURE CO. merchants and kmshiessmeato ; every day though the rainfall bill dividing the area ol bitterly and sought to get a aubecna -.,
'ederatkm niadeuthe presentation be certain of the IdeaUnoa- has'been very light Lake Okeechobee among the counties t.od1aI. vote.Governor ,
Cesar MartinetDouglas
Campbell .
I the mahogany and bronze place Dicky Use of person for;whom they Last Friday there was .89 inch: surrounding it became law Bryant however' ", said '
which was received by Mel- IN SALARY LAW' Rudd Tony Miller HenryBowden cash checks. Both .f these forgeries of rain and Tuesday there was .08 at midnight. without the Governor's be considered: the measure as *
ia The inscripwn Skip Morrell JerrySmith Inch. On other the fall has
Wilder. president. were ea leell account*. days signature Palm Beach county legislative mandate and be would ;
Identifies it as the 1962 Baner -' Dr. James' Watteobarger Director Lawrence Worth DennlaPo.ten. been less than one-tenth inch. which has included most of the not vote it.

County Award for excellenterformance I of the Division! of Community Mike Bennett, Warren lake area, fought the division bills Palm Beach county will lose a
In Farm Bureau acivttlei Junior Colleges, informed Edison ,Fletcher, Tommy Akin Jimmy Florida IssudMillion
I Sale portion of the gas tax under" the
A large factor In selec- Junior College officials at noon'Tana.BEA1D8LET FAEMLarry County Tax division of the lake area, this will
t tt* Hendry County Bureau Tuesday that the House had passed Howard /2 licenses Midget Leaguer plays a part Under the new
onthe sward was Its tremendous Senate Bill 430 with some minor Gary Redlsh Schneider Donny Seth Yoder. Bobby Will Be HeldMonday To Meet TodayAll division of the lake area, this will
rosin in membership as well as amendments. This is the bill amount to $18 million dollars in
i activities during the ;year.The which establishes the Junior college 'Jones, Terry Mottle,James. Smltty Rudd Po- To 62 FishermenTALLAHASSEE4 boys between the age of I 8 the next ten years, state the lefts
I Johnson NoonThe
bill Wayne '
sward presentation was the instructors salary schedule at and 13 who registered for Midget la tors.:
i Lang. Ken Strickland, Da-
nly business of the day. The renalndec a different role to play and a dif- Sammy ,. trial of 502. League baseball are urged to attend Hendry county will gain approxU
of the time-was given pI'OIta' 0: ebutsouu her.4bate !rid Mlneeyp Mjy 610 lier.onl" 'pifilbwdh feefdent sale of lands.Ja ,an..orjMinit"">pal,nwff 4jng.a .nUaUIy $94,000 tea yaw: Glades, .,
ier to visiting watching theprepare junior college In Florida have KOTAKT and nonresident Hcense\>fish in county for delinquent 196? taxes the Elementary School Auditorium county approximately 1883,000.
ooki the barbecue meat,!, 'a different role to play and a different :Richard Akin. L. W. Howard Jim- Florida during 1962 to place 13th will be held starting at noon Monday today Thursday 3:00 p.m. Okeechobee,. $438.000 and Martin

orn,salads and enjoying the meal contribution than the elementary 'I ny .Crockard Dennis Maxham in a nationwide survey of licensed June 3rd at the courthouse: Coaches of the various teams 8373,000 in the same period of time.
hick Included many other dishes and secondary program tony Harper Jerry Walton. Murry port fishermen. State with more" door In LaBelle. Lands on which will be present and Individual
nd desserts brought by the ladles. while continuing that prol1'Im.be. J Belcher. Edwin Cato Terry Rider, licensed fishermen than. Florida property taxes were not paid before teams will be separated 'and plans
school level. .Senator J Billy Willlford. Terry Walden Don.ny the deadline have been advertised Fair Directors
Approximately 200 persons attended yond the high were California Minnesota Wisconsin for practice announced by the ,
this bill I Walden Steve Schneider. for four weeks as required ,
the dinner. Elmer Friday helped Illinois Indiana Michigan I coaches
through the Senate and Representative VOLUNTEEE FIREMEN Missouri t. New York by law. Some owners have Telephone numbers .and of '
ways Work Show
Michael Fletcher
Bruce Scott helped! pass it 'Rodney. Ohio Pennsylvania. Tennessee paid up since the deadline and communication with manof the on ,
J Bobby Hare Bill Lawrence Bruce these lands. removed from the
City Tax Sale in the House. J HcConville, Dwight Hatfleld, Earl and Texas, according to a re sale. boys are unknown and managers
Fair and Livestock
Dr. Charles Rollins president of Fish and Wildlife Hendry County -
Willlford Steve port by the U. S. stress the Importance of all boys
Edison Junior College, had this to I'orshee, Larry Service.In A.JX Ward tax collector will attending this meeting that they directors and members,

Set for say, "I would like to give a public J Foster, Jerry Waters Nelson David Gaynam Armstrong commenting: :! on the report A. conduct ,the sale. Anyone may bid will not be left out in early puptine planning next year's events are
Saturday vote of thanks to Sen. Friday, Jimmy D. Aldrich, director, Florida Game on the lands and certificates will sessions. lard at work to. improve the quality
Reo. Scott and other legislators'from and Fresh Water Fish Commission be issued, which may be redeemed of. the fair which is their\
The City of Oewiston will bold our Junior college area. Their Rackstraw.WARNING said the survey indicate by the owners of ,the lands In- goal each year
J sale 1 of land for delinquent! tax- support and activity have helped only the licensed fishermen and volved for a period of time. If Brief ServicesFor Topics under discussion at the
- Saturday, Jijne 1st should Improvethe not redeemed the purchaser of the recent meeting was Improvement.
at noon at pass a bill which not the total number of fishermen .
> City HallTrtyde whole junior college program Merchants and other bah within state. Some state require certificate may apply for tax of lighting and grounds' ; protection
to ef Clewlstoa are wanted deed to be issued according. to Memorial DayThere of the building; improved
parcels were adver It was due In large measure nesses sportsmen to purchase separate license
for delinquent 1962 taxes, butWllCI1 these men that the .three new junIor by Chief of Police Wendell *, stamps permit or tag law.Lands booth partitions; and a varied program
of some of these have colleges, Including Edison Junior A. Wbaley to be wary ef cashing lor fishing for different kinds offish on which taxes remain. delinquent will be brief services for of events. The' group hopes
ace paid. College, will receive e.capital checks for ateangen..A or for fishing.to dltercnt and are not sold at the Memorial Day observance today, to obtain larger number of edu
R. G Mattson City Commlssion-, outlay appropriation somewhat wave e( forged check has areas. Some states require a license ale next Monday will revert to and the Honor Guard of the American cational-typo; exhibits. for next

r and Tax: Collector will conduct larger than the older established been reported tn the area, and to all fishermen and sixstate the county: Legion and .Veterans .of Foreign year.
i sale. junior colleges.: Representatives several ouch checks have been require a stcenae to fish in Wars Posts will conduct Treasurer John Corbin reported
Scott MIner. Smoak. Walker and ashed In Clewlstoa place ofbtumess. salt water. If aU fishermen were Hi-Haven Plans them. there were unpaid accounts am
Elks Friday Williams of meth- ountlng to $415, on the advertising.
Return From Peeples and Senators counted, regardless age Bible
and Davis gave us splendid, The names of local person od or location :Florida would probably School and booth sales this year.
State Convention support and their efforts are certainly -men and womenbas bee lead the nation la total number Hi-Haven Baptist Church will R. S. Dunaway presided at the

At the State Convention of Florr .- appreciated. We appreciate used In forcing' these checks, of sport fishermen hold Dally Vacation'Bible. School meeting. held hi the courthouse;
EOu held to Tampa tart week, also the support of the public." said Whaler."It la the sale of non-reldent+ li at the church next week. +.. : \ suboffice on the Fair Graunda.

..Ellison; Rick Mattson Dave The _,ISO capital outlay appropriation would be well for met reuses: Florida. placed 8th with e Registration will be held Saturday t I
1 W_ Bob Hare and Warren will be discussed in a ehsBta 'to personally know the total of 135,223 visiting ftobermen. morning June 1, from nine 1;& Jernigan Receives I
weD Jjepresented the Oewiston meeting between Supt Robert N. persona; for whom they cash States with snore non-resident till eleven, and classes. will be held Veterinary Degree
J The Orlando Lodge won the Kreager William Frizzes of McBride sack checks-er at& least require fishermen than Florida were California each morning next week. Monday ..

tate Ritualistic Contest *: Frtaell, and Dr. Rollins l positive Identification. Arkansas, Michigan. Minnesota through Friday.Mr. William Henry Jernlgan of dew. I
Bowen a member of the state on,Wednesday. This amount t.represents If yea are la doubt when a Missouri, Tennessee and iston, will receive the degree Do>
""" Anna check draw ea a local account The state of 'Hawaiilanded '
I Committee.Crippled Children's 727 of the amount the''originally atete Is presented, make a on the bottom with at total and Mm. W. ,A. .w ague Col. L, T. ,,Fagan Sr.. will be tor of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn
attended the recommended by pent several days the week the the which University Alabama next
over speaker at rites
eeng can to the person whose It of
01 that $1,369,212.Yoet3 phone of 4,209 licensed fishermen.
S1larday Important -group survey team. This was I name'' I* signed to the check.MfcS. which were oon-resdtent.. end In Jacksonville ,,where Mr. will be conducted at the Deane Tuesday. I
morning. Norman purchased Christmas toy Duff Memorial Flagpole in Civic The son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Aldrich said is big
fishing a
stock for the Western Auto afore, Center Park at 10:II and repeated Jernlgan is 'graduate of Pahofcee
uslness when one considers the
and In St. George Ga., where at the Veterans. Memorial Flagpole High School and of the Universityof I
national total of 23,04,814 ltcen ei.
members of Mrs. Norman' family at the Rldgelawn Cemetery.The Florida where be received his
and issued
tags 'permits
gathered to honor her father, R. public is invited and urged Bachelor of Science in Agriculture I
luring 1962 with a gross cost to
B. Griner on his birthday. to attend. degree.
the fishermen amounting to f54,-

t 93,163,00

Hendry !

i ttt General HospitalPatients

admitted: Mrs. Floreda

Ford, Stanley Ham Raul Garaa,
Jr., Katy Brantley Geltri Eu- y !

gene; Luke Steven Black. 'Jettie N
Mae Johnson Shirley Williams, '
George B. McDuffie Anthony E. I' ,,\

Dixon,. Elmer Galnnle, ]Frauds
iherrod, John Lee Johns Emily
t I Cochran Ruben Orts, Jr.
Patients remaining: Bella Rlch-
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1 std, George McDuffie. Emily Cock-
ran Ruben Orta Jr., Glen L. w. i; '
Smith, John Lee Johns Lobee

Tommy, Courtney Han, Mildred'ones '
4 Frances Sherrod.

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wal f.ggkg the atree" .1 eke those eC LOTTA POPULATION, \
ployee '
? MACHINE' SPEWS FIRE. The City Ho visaed, tsjored. aer..,was tas ;
.frw.d r? forging Machine was totally dee- flash fire. which to used to paD the trail*. Dade County although onlr one T
Ilea w 5amaa fetor**? Eight at the mtersee4 tractor with ..... sprays water su the ma- of 18 counties .In the;Central and SHOWN AT THE SPRING SPORTS BANQUETIN Aa, L Mike Y..... Dennis 0....'Pete Schmidt, '
*4 rTf01: "d Franclsee. Street as a re- .Be.iKtoe Sanford: Bam la.,. left sad Harvey Frldgea.rUfct Southern Florida Flood Control District THE GLADES FIT,ROOM LAST WEEK are Jody 0....... aad sfaleelsa Ethertea. teas* SSSSHagr
at q,2p kakiag .vdve The machine was Tamed ;,members as of the ''Votateor Fire De,art. contains: half of the District's Coach Charles Martin, aid the following members : -STAFF PHOTO..r .
alld was a.. revered h lasaraaes as- oaTAFF FBOTO> -, of the track tesmt i Brae*.Waldrsa,,* Dea*, J
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..'. Pare 2 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS. Thurs., May 30. 1983 I. ''P" Senior Class as they plan for open- soy clerk and collector each $000 Bearing the end. The Tied- capableg moonshine 'WI, bl0b
air exercises tonight The idea of for clerk buretCommunity I I. tka test well 0 miles northwest of
outside exercises has its merits, Players (W. C. Owen Clewlston was down before 0,000 worth ot liquor per mono I(ilol
Sonny Sez especially for guest comfort .s Sr. was president) presented"The feet and would be drilled for about discovered in DevU' )
I I The Clewiston News"Devoted fij the gym and auditorium are extremely -, Three Hats", with a cast of 30 more days according to the su Trultte WhIte first sPOtted It t"he-
warm for a large gather Owen Alden Wallace Ceo. Schau- pervisor. a plane

to the advancement and welfare of Clewlston -"."...,-,,,-""-"-,,"-,,,.,,,_......,",. ing. I erman Jim Beardsley J. K., .00..0.00..0.0..0..0.
and Hendry County." HOWEVER why not have the Mow r 7. Jamye Ezelle Ruth:
Nearly 120 boys between the exercises on the football field, Beardsley Jewel Lowe and Mary I
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue. Clewlston ages of 8 and 13 were placed on allowing better viewing for those Bush. Frances Monroe was in WE
Florida by The Clewlston News Inc., a Florida Corporation. Midget team rosters Monday night luck
present form the elevated bleach-, charge of makeup. GOOD
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927. at the Post for the annual summer program. ers. Lighting would also be less S e I SJUUTEYOU.
Office in Clewlston, Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3. Residents and parents of youngster of a problem. TWENTY TEAKS AGO

r 1879. participating in this program -SS- (From Clewiston News, I ... ,
: NATIONAL IOITORIAIASgCQTlgN should be aware of the fact that While on school topics why not May 10, 1943) 1963
: each ponsoring organization or include file swimming team mem- Father Timothy Geary of Si
..I | : Individual la providing nearly $100 bers at next year's "all-sports" Margaret's- Catholic church was Cv.
-iii] \ per term to provide this supervised banquet These youngsters spent chosen to deliver the baccalaureatesermon. r
recreation. The director! 1* hours
MiM&U many of training more I '
(l' BERYL BOWDEN Publisher CJ'I' 0 paid by the school. I .than some in other school sports, Legislature passed the bill which I
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1.1's.. H. STALLS. Managing Editor Oc 1963 Managers and coaches give of and yet were not Invited to the would allow the county to elect its
: Subscription Rates ..... .. .,. 4.00 per year 1TIONi many hours of their time In practice above banquet county commissioners on a countywide .:
: and game nights for the enloymeot 1 1 !
(Return Postage Guaranteed) iSSTUs basis Instead of by district .
i\\1 Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 31201Advertising f twys. Team in associating rosters arewI.tih with bulging the issue heralds the many vote only. I ..
good wishes residents of
of the
{ The 12th class of cadets -
Rates on application. The I
management reserves
20 who
players per squad are
I Clewiston
Ii' to the fifty-three graduates their
the right to reject any objectlonal: advertisement! entitled to play in each game. at Riddlo Field received i 1
I I TOT) NEWS aaaumea no responsibility for the return of uniolloltedBuniuorlpU Those of us who bave been assoc- who have reached Another wings Brig Gen. John G. Williams .
or ph t arapba milestone in their life. May their USAF Moody Field. Valdosta Grad .
I THE NEWS ..um.. no flnanolal re.ponilbllltr for typosraphloal JAW with the sport in :years past every desire in life be fulfilled and 1
errors or ommluloni In dvertlnment but If notified ot such error b.I .- always find that w. have more was the graduation speaker. .
I for the nest lieu of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the it contain health wealth end hap Wing Commander M. W. Bovill of
advertisement In which the error occurred. la the event a time I element trouble with the parents than with piness. .
il would render the correction valueless, the New will reduce the priceof the youngsters.If the RAF delegation in Washington, .
the advertisement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total .
:! \ I was in attendance. The class had a
pace ai the erroneous or omitted copy represented you bave a complaint or MOM ** 1
Ii' gripe. make It to the in small group of American cadets
manager We
't private or some other place i who received both American and : wia.i; i greathappiness :
f'' l I
i rather than setting a, poor example Ifs History Now j jTHIBTT British "wings".
; Outer Awaits You Graduates : and
Space by making a spectacle of yourself I U.S. Sugar Corp. announced a :
before the youth we are trying to TEARS AGO I world record was set in the 197. Y
II'' Perhaps no other graduates have ever faced as thrilling and improve. (From Clewiston News, days of grinding at the Clewiston : every success :
;I "i challenging] a world as the fortunate 1963 graduates. i -SS- May 26, 1833)) sugar house. 1,219,399 tons of cane for
Bad checks not of the rubberized Schedule of salaries of county were ground producing 250,803,200 : this class. :
I Each succeeding graduating class for years has been told I
variety . have been pounds of sugar, the largest
; officers, amendment
I proposed by .
"The world Is "Brilliant future liesahead" .
by speakers your oyster", a
quantity ever ground and producedin
I' circulating recently. Clerks to .
are general salary bill in the legislature i Congratulationsto -
i and "Opportunity Knocks at Your Door". urged to be extra careful, less I (R. E. Burchard was representative the same length of time by a e
I.' But to the 1963 graduates we can say with truth and hon their boss should decide they i ). Sheriff 2.400; Assessor single tandem mill each of .... . .,.,
I esty-Outer Space Awaits Your should make-good one of the a Collector and Clerk, each I Helen Espenlaud was named to you
; Outer Space and the fast-moving world it represents how- forged Instruments. Chief Whatey $1,800; Judge 1.500; School Superintendent Sophomore Council at Florida State :and best of luck.
; ever, does not wait patiently. It behooves the graduates to wring businessmen and employeesto $1,500; Supervisor of University.
move fast in order to keep up. Graduation ends but one small "know the Identity of the per- registration, $229; County Commissioner o e 0 0 Frank's Grocery
f era in their lives and the events of tomorrow will leave behind eon who is cashing the check." each $360; School TEN TEAKS: AGO Hendry Auto Supply y&
all those who look upon their graduation as a final goal SS- board member each $180; justice (From Clewiston News, Market
It may be that no members of the class who receives their May showers have caused anxious of peace $10.; constable $10; sheriff May II. 1953) I I 1..0..0..0
diplomas from our high school this week will blast] off to the concern for member of the j to be allowed $1,600 and asses I Biggest test for oil in Florida to

I I moon-or to any other point in outer space. But this generation -
r will reach the moon, and it may well be one of this group.
i To live in this wonderful world In which we hoist men into
y space, communicate via Tel Star or orbit the earth the graduates
will need all of the skill, knowledge and training they can get
If. in \the years which precede high school graduation, the Vh 1
students have gained some basic education and have learnedto flotthsacfica
think and reason correctly they will be able to go ahead In
the field] of higher education or to jobs which are a continuous
learning process.
f The Outer Space of experience and of knowledge beyond
the realm of High School], awaits the graduates of 1963. It will
,; be interesting to see what these graduates do with it


Myou look back upon your .

T We're selling trucks at the fastest pace in history and we
." prc-colltgc years, we are certain you, ,
'.:"- ,, ". '" \ aim to .keep it up! There's real savings if you come in now!

(. ,,, ,,;as graduates,_lake much t>ride>bt._.? .,. ._ .. ". ..: ...r..... rrltI'R i. ; 1." 4 's ''P, _.h. .

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your achievements to date '.
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Because we, too, are proud o// your LIKE THE BIG TRUCKS WITH NEW
accomplishments, we take this RIDING COMFORT!

> as,,. Smooth riding-and quiet, thanks to 26 pounds of

means of extending Congratulations ,I cab insulation. But, above all, Ford pickups are

I *" tough. From axle to axle built like the
***** II they're big
}, to every member of the .. ;,;q :-1.,1" { : ; trucks to hold up on the job...and hold costs down!

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Fr. Charles Leaves Roberta, Immokalee. Surviving Elba, Ala., and Mrs. Fred Lamb, TIlE CLEWBTO(11.( .) NEWS Thurs. May 80, 1863 Page I
too are OM brother, Marion Robert I Pensacola, and three grandchil ,
,. : St. Margaret's ), On, 19 grandchildren and I dren.
13 great grandchildren.Mr. Interment was in Graceville L
father Ozarks Standalnikus. Robert recently completed Cemetery
who has served as priest! of St. S3 yean of membership in the J'
pride Margaret' Catholic Church in Masonic Lodge, tad the Immokalee MRS. ALBERT W. ZAUEL fourcreamcome "

Clewiston for two Years, has been Lodge conducted graveside service Mrs. Albert W. Laud, 80, mother /rue. ,
transferred.. He left thl* week for Sunday afternoon. 01 the late Alvin B. Zauel of dew- .
Miami. .late, died at her home in Saginaw -

Replacing: him I ia Father .............. NORMAN H. ARMSTRONG Michigan, Thursday, May
Connelly, of Fort Lauderdal Norman H. Armstrong, who 23rd. .. '. .".tvt.o" :'1
Parlahoners of St.. Margaret's moved from Clewiston to Grace- Mr. Zauel and her husband ''' vIi'.
IIthat's gave e reception at Sug rland vile, Tit., two month ago died have visited in dewlston for aev t \ J"t 'it,
Auditorium Sunday evening to honor eral weeks each winter la recentye.rs. .
unexpectedly Saturday !
in fee "gr i '
Father<< Clarke C or J. ;
I his departure. on the eve of Cracevllle Hospital. The Arm- r I r ,,;;!
trong family lived In dewiston fr
for two years, end a daughter, NOTICE :\>
Ann WM employed in tile local
OBITUARIES bank. Our shop will be closed again .Et
FRANK Survivors include his wife, Mr*. this year from June 25th until
whqt we'vegot .,'( '
News of the I Ellen Armstrong, two daughter! Aug. 0th.
of Frank
Smlttt, a former Ann Armstrong, Graceville, Mr. Let us Include our best withes to you >#it
resident of dew- Wimmy Newton, ClewJ ton, Let us repair your shoes and who sr graduating V realize the 1\\
kton, his ],'
for reached friend here this pleas check to if haveshoes
our Gradsl! week. Smith died in Dallas, Tex., parent Mr .and. Mrs. H. V, Arm. and purses set her,you we have efforts/ you have made to mike this ,: '
on Saturday May 11. at toe trong, Dothen. Ala., four brother, both that need to be picked up. rent poniU*aA wu sr*gW that you '
of 78. Services were held in age the ; 1'. A. and George E., Ffeneacola, have successfully achieved your goaL ,!\iJ.j!'
Jack Carswell Funeral Jamie, Dothan, and Robert, of I sharpen saws also.
Monty'sJolly Chapel on)
Roger body Sunday: cremated afternoon at May Brookside U, and Crematory the C.Clearwater Yon, Dewlat; four es,sisters Mrs. B.Mrs.H. mil T., Phil Davis Shoe Shop Seminole Restaurant

In DaDa*. Ashford Ala., Mrs. E. M. Wair, ,',I

Smith was an engineer, assoc _. .. '
lated with: the U. S. Corp of Engi. tl
.. nears in the early construction of
the Herbert Hoover Dike.

Services were held in the First Grand Oneninn5th'Y
Baptist. Church of Immokale Sun-
day for Robert ("Uncle: Bob") ;
Robert, a prominent rancher of ;
Collier and Hendry' counties, who
died at Lee Memorial Hospital
AMVMijl last Wednesday He had been
in ill health for several month.
Mr. Roberta wa one of the beat I
known ranchers of the area, hav:
log settled in Immokalee in 1941:
He was a moving figure in all the : ;
early developments; he was the I i .
1 wn'* first postmaster, wa a
charter member of the First Baptist ,
Church there; vase member,
of the first board of county commissioners -

of Collier county; was ,
a charter member of the Caloosa- -- hatchet Valley Cattlemen's Association -
and later of the Everglade
Cattlemen's Association. .
CLASSOF He end his family own and operate w r w
the Red Cattle Company, and
have recently moved into the citrus
business He la survived by
his wife, the former Henri Cordell,
1963 with whom he recently celebrated
their 61st wedding anniversary' ,
seven. daughter and two son:
Mr. Nina Rinfroe, Mr Lois Mo-
Collum and Mrs. Mildred Sheered \
of Immokalee, Mrs. Blye Treed'i \
way and Mr. Ole Gallagher, i
Fords Shell Service IOta, Mra. Louise Floyd Mr.I

Josephine Gidden, Madison, Ge.,
and W. D. Robert end Robert A.I .

I Clewiston Church Directory The Charlotte -* Rosati Homes. now in Clewiston A Spacious Beat Seller I I II I

mST Ul METHODISE W. Oseeola Avenue CHURCH' CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH I I nan 102 E.BAPTIST Veatara Assess CHURCH, I Ned more room for a growing family? Here's the housing problem answer! *

Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor Sovlh Deviates Rev. U T. Fagan Pastor I '

1100 145: a a..m.m.--Church Morning School service Rev. Herb Higdon, Pastor 11:00 IU:: a a.m..m.--Sunday Morning School Service 20 ,OTHER PLANS TO CHOOSE FROM I OR BRING YOUR OWN PLAN -

'.00 p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship t.:<3 a.m.-8undlr School ':00 p.m.-Training Union
11:00: a.m.-Worihlp Service 7:00: p. .-Evening Service
130: p.m.-Evening Service 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Voice Wednesday: ALCON HOMES are jam
Wednesday: S:00 p.m.-Worship Service 7:00: p.m. Officers and Teacher 4A packed with "Florida's fittest '
III: m.-Cholr Practice: Tuesday: Meeting Rat 1o foraAt ,
suitable this "
: features" to -
1:00: p.m.BrotherhoodWednesday 100: p.m. Midweek Prayer Service .
: climate and environment. All t
IT. KAKTTN'9 CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer 8:45 p.m.-Cholr Practice HOWALCON+eoa HOMES nun
are constructed -
(Epbee,a!):: Thursday: .
ZIT N. Psei leThe 1:00: p.m.-Cholr Practice of finest materials
Rev. dark H., Dorms Vicar and built to conform to code specifications. I -
Services KMOOM
T:30 a. 3M N* FraaeUe Street KMOOM
m.-Early Eucharist ;
U:00 nt-Famlly Service sad CHUKCH OF' CHBISTKM Elder Lester D. Reams,.Pastor Aluminum Awning; windows and exclusive UVMGROMDHH -
Church Aveaaa 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School: monolithic slab ? <
School Sulk Ceatral poured are two features used
11:00: a.m.-Morntsg Worship
Saints and Holy Pays M aaBounced. > dealt
Earl Arnold Minister t:30 p.m. -BTC consistently... in constructing i ALCON ;
7.30: p.m.-Evening! Worship
Confessions by appointment Sunday: Wednesday KMOON 1!
10:N a.m.-Bible School 7:30: p.m. Prayer Service y ?MIMIC" [
COMMUNITY P1ESBTTEMANtn 11:00: a.m.-Worship
tersl Palm Avenne 7:00 p.nu-Worthlp! ST. UAKOAJtErS CHURCH Ij j

Henry H. Ford, Minister Wednesday: Rev. Father Charles : .. j
I US m.-Sunday School 7:30: p.m. Midweek Devotions I:00 a.m.undy Mas _
11:00}: a.m.-Mornlng Worship and Bible Study 1130: a.m.-Sunday Mass BUILT BY JAMES ROSATI ;
11:00: a.ra.-Nursery the Parish 7.00: a.m. Dally Weekday Mass I ,
Bouse 7.00: a.m.-First Friday Mas Famous Builder <<
1:00: m.-Weitmlniter FaQowVedneiday COMMUNITY POSTAL ':00 p.m.-First Wednesday. each Nationally 1 i I
ship month, Catholic Ladles' Al
: HOLINESS CHURCH] tarSocJetSaturdar : ,- Ruildei'l cII i

'Mpm.-Cholr: Practice :.
1.30 a.m.-Religious 1utructloDMBAVEN
Pastor' ? James Rosati is a pioneer Pinellas County developer ;
J. R. Taylor,

CBtam or JESUS: CBUST 10:00 a.m.-Sundy School BAPTIST CHCKCH SCHOOL ere a y ". y e of the post-war period.) He developed ie ie io |

APOSTOLIC rATTHSoath 11:00:: a.m-Mornlng Worship Highway TM the first major residential project there and has i

Bro. Luther OewMa Dixon, Pastor 7.45: p.m.-SUDda. JEvanjelUtle! t:45: Rev.a.m.-8UDdar Vic Turner School, Pastor + c 'C41 gone on to provide housing; for more than 5,000 { I
MWm.-Sunday School Service. .5 e ' Mwa'' satisfied homeowners in such famous
11:00: a HL-Morning Worship
.. Wednesday:
m: Preaching! 7:45: p.m/-Pryer Service (:.41 p.m.-Training Union S as Tyrone Gardens Orange; Hill, Orange; i

7.b amr.PrsyerlNeetiag. Friday: 1:00 p.m.-Evening Worship :.er e N' M a a a N M a a a a a Lake Village; Skyview Florida Retirement Village .

ri1p :. 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service Wednesday I:00 p.m.-:Prayer.Meeting ,p 1 1 a n s s I 1 a a a' T-l aa;; ; Sebring; Lakes and Ft. Myers Gardens. ,
rYoung topic's Keat Drive through; any of these communities and |

ASSEMBLY' OF GOD 312 CHT7BXB S. radfl OF' A.GOD...."', a a ss a a a a a a a a. a. s a e- see the pride of ownership displayed by the j I

CBnca OP' CBUSTOrlsttaa ; 211 Premises Strtet Rev. Jo Coleman t residentsA .' IJ

( ), Rev. James T. Klmbrel. Tub 10:00: a..JD.o-Sunday, School '
John C. Scheffler. Ifiaistar. I 10:00 B.UL-Sundy School: 11:00: a.m-UOrnlnd Service Rosati home has always been accepted and ,

10 worth Sugarland Auditorium,, 11:00 a.nu-Morniag Worship 7.30 p.m.-Evening. Worship mrr.rn elI11iiR1fie )known as,the best home ,value for I the dollar I
00 Same Wednesday: .
U.OO a.m.-BIble School 7:30 p.m. -EvsagellstU 7.30 Service available anywhere. .Do not consider,any on- I
Bv-Conununioa: Uii- Wor- Wednesday: : p.m.-Prl'er itv Model' I at 621 East Concordia ; .
9 Service 7:45 pj& Midweek Service: Friday: yourlot home until you have seen the values i 5
"tdDe ''' 1 7:30 .m.-Young Peopla'i] Ea .. I
: p
7:30: 1 Friday: deavor Ave.i in Clewiston. packed into these new ALCON HOMES' by.i. t }t
P.mBmle Youth $Servlc
Study 7:45 p tu : BosaU.NO n '
Phone Fort: WY.54738 I
This WeeUr phurcll feature Is Sponsored l By The Following: I

Hendl'Y Flo Howell, Rent Park n.on'.lne. ,.,DOWN FREE I IPAyiMENTJWlTH i
[ County ... Pm- DECORATOR SERVICE An exclusive Ako* est i
CampIeW DIpartm- Sloss
NJABD OIL co : I I "
t.v I"
Motor The assistance and counsel of Decorator, 'Aelhnmen > I"I I

"U1&'-d Loan HIOI corp m. or dan--P: Sa. ...en* I I Clewiston Federal I .w available to every Alcon home buyer. Long and varied: :xperii i
:a'VICZ ATTI t i
ence in interior decorating has made Belhumeur in )
a737dg, I tCiddens an expert e
Furniture & Royal's: Inc. ; "t, ) 1 subtle use of color to enhance the. livability and attractiveness t I .

Store Clewiston Motor Co. 1 YOUR LOT ofyourhoJDe.r .*
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Pate J THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, Tburi, May 30, 1963 _m_ "'_,'"_.._..'" ",._,,-- Senior das as ,they plan for opeJS.oair soy, clerk and collector, each $900 date ii nearing! the end. The Tied- A big moonshine sun,
:,", exercise tonight. The idea of for clerk hlrelCommunltr! the test well 8 I miles northwest of capable of producing $iooZ, *
outside exercises has its merits, Players, (W. C Owen Clewiston, was down before 9.000 worth of liquor per month ( )
Sonny Sez especially' for guest comfort: as Sr. was president) presented"The feet and would be drilled for about discovered in Devil's GarS
,The Clewiston, News"Devoted the gym and auditorium are extremely Three Hats", with a cast of Trultte White first spotted ItfrS
", warm for a large gathering Owen, Alden Wallace, Geo. Schaur a plane.
to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston _l31/nl/R If/T___d erman, Jim Beardsley, J. K. .ooo.oo..o..oot.....
and Hendry Coun ." HOWEVER, why not bave the Mow r 1. Jamye Ezelle, Ruth
Nearly 120 boys between the exercises on the football field, Beardsley Jewel Lowe and Mary
Published every Thursday at 100 Central Avenue Clewiston, age of 8 and 13 were placed on allowing better viewing for those, Bush. Frances :Monroe was in WE '
Florida, by The Clewiston New, Inc, a Florida Corporation. Midget team roster Monday night present form the elevated bleach charge of makeup GOOD'luck
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1827, at the Post for .the annual summer program. ers Lighting would also be less e e e e SALUTEYOU.
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, Residents and parent of youngster of a problem, TWENTY TEAM AGO ,
1879. participating In this program -SS- (From ClewUton News ... 1963' '
NATIONAL EDITORIAL should be aware of the fact that while on school topics, why not May 39, 1943)
pRIDq each sponsoring organization or Include Out swimming team members V Father Timothy Geary of St.
IA c8T13N Individual providing nearly f 100 at next year's "all-sports' Margaret's Catholic church was vv
......... n 111 'AhCTIVI per term /to provide this supervised ; banquet. These youngsters spent chosen to deliver the baccalaureatesermon. r t
/:: recreation. The director is many tour of training more e I
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher LP y paid by the school. I than some in other school sports, Legislature passed the bill which
S. tt STALLS, Managing Editor Oc 1161 0 Managers and coaches give of.IJWIY and yet were not Invited to. the would allow the county to elect its
hours of their time In practice
Subscription Rates ......... $400 per year 1liOt end game nights for the enjoyment above banquet.-SS- county commissioners on a district countywide ,
basis instead of by
(Return Postage Guaranteed)
la associating with the
This issue heralds the manygood
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 boys. Team rosters are bulging, wishes of the residents of vote The only.12th class of cadets training -
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves with 20 players per squad who are Clewiston to the fifty4hre graduates at Riddle Field received their
the right to reject any objections advertisement! entitled to play In each game who haw reached: another Gen. John G. Williams. -
THE NEWS aeiumee no responsibility for the return of uneollolted Those of us who bave been associated wings.
milestone In their life. May their Grad
manuscripts or photorraphoTHB USAF, Moody Field, Valdosta
NEWS assumes no financial responsibility for typographical with the sport in years past every desire In life be fulfilled andit the graduation speaker.
errors or ommleelone In advertisement, but If notlfl.d of such errore before always find that we have more contain was
health and
the next leeue of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the wealth happiness Wing Commander: W. Bovill of
advertisement In which the error occurred, In the event a time element trouble with the parents than with in Washington, .
the RAF delegation
would render the correction valueless, the News will reduce the price the youngsters.If .
of the advertliement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total was In attendance. The class had a .
pace a* the erroneous or omitted. copy represented.Outer you have a complaint, or > tnutt < of American cadets
gripe, make it to the manager in small group We
who received both American and : wio.i; l greathappiness
private or some other place
[ 'It's History Now I .
British "wings"
rather than setting a poor example
Space Awaits You Graduates! jy making a spectacle of yourself; I U.S. Sugar Corp. announced a : and !
Before ,the youth we are trying to THIRTY.TEARS: AGO ;world record was set in the 197 Y
Perhaps no other graduates have ever faced as thrilling and improve. I (From Clewbton News, days of grinding at the Clewiston : every success :
house. 1,318,393 tons of
sugar cane
challenging a world as the fortunate 1963 graduates. Bad checks .-. SS-. not' of the rub ; Schedule Mar of 18 salaries, 19331 of county ,were ground producing 230,803,200 :. for this class.
Each succeeding graduating class for years has been told berized variety have been officers, proposed by amendment pounds of sugar the largest .
by speakers "The world Is your oyster", a "Brilliant future lies circulating. recently. Clerks are to general salary bill in the legislature. quantity ever ground and producedin Congratulationsto
ahead", and "Opportunity Knocks at Your Door". urged to be extra careful less (R. E. Burchard was representative the same length of time by a
But to the 1963 graduates we can say with truth and hon- their boss should decide they Sheriff, $2,400; Assessor single tandem mill. each of . .185Frank's
esty-Outer Space Awaits Youl should make-good one of the a Collector and Clerk, each Helen Espenlaud was named to you
Outer Space, and the fast-moving world it represents, how- forged Instruments. Chief. Whaley is $1,800; Judge $1.500; School Superintendent Sophomore Council at Florida State and: best of luck.
ever; does not wait patiently It behooves the graduates to urging businessmen and employeesto $1.900; Supervisor of University.
move fast in order to keep up. Graduation ends but one smallera "know the identity the per registration, $225; County Commissioner e e e e Grocery &
I in their lives, and the events of tomorrow will leave behindall son who Is cashing the check." each $360; School (From TEN ClewUton TEARS AGO News, Hendry Auto Supply
-SS board
member $180; Justice
those who look their graduation final goal.
a Market
upon May showers have caused anxious of peace, $10; constable $10; sheriff Mar II, 1853) I I
It be that members of the class who receives their 1..0.
may no concern: for members of the I, to be allowed $1,600 and asses Biggest test for oil in Florida to . ....
i diplomas from our high school this week will blast off to the -
i; moon-or to any other point |In outer space. But this generation 5
I will reach the moon, and it may well be one of this group.
1 To live in this wonderful world in which we hoist men into
,i space, communicate via Tel Star or orbit the earth, the graduates
will need all of the skill, knowledge and training they can get
If, in \the years which precede high school graduation, the "" 't lbs .acfiua 7
students have gained some basic education, and have learnedto got
think and reason correctly, they will be able to go ahead in
the field of higher education, or to Jobs which are a continuous
learning process.
The Outer Space of experience and of knowledge beyond
I the realm of High School, awaits the graduates of 1963. It will i
; be Interesting to see what these graduates do with it


As look back .
,", you upon your

''j- We're selling trucks at the fastest pace in history, and we
$ pre-college we are certain "
years, you
I.- \ aim to keep it up! There's real savings if you come in now!

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achievements to date.
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accomplishments, we take this
Smooth riding-and quiet, thanks to 26 pounds of

weans oj extending Congratulations '. pi cab insulation. But, above all, Ford pickups are

.. tough. From axle to axle, they're built like the big

,A to every member oj f the JIWI" :"'i. ,'I' ? { truckstoholdupontheJob..andholdcostsdownlNEW )

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r :: Fr. Charles Leaves Roberts, Immokalee.) Survivingalso Elba, Ala., and Mrs. Fred Lamb, THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS. Thur., May 80, lees Page i ;r ;
aN one brother Marlon Ro Pensacola, and three grandchil I '
St. Margaret' bert One, 19 grandchildren: and dren.
13 great grandchildren.Mr. .
Interment In GracevllleCemetery.
0 was :
Father Charles' Standalnlkus, Roberts recently completed V
ride who has served at priest of st. 53 years of membership in the '
Margaret' Catholic Church In Masonic Lodge end the Immokalee MRS. ALBERT W. ZAUEL Jvurdreamconte

Clewiston fur two rears has been Lodge conducted graveside services Mrs. Albert W. Laud, 80, mother V
transfet red. He ]left this week toe Sunday afternoon. of the late Alvin B. Zauel of dew
Miami talon, died at her home In Sagl-

Replacing Urn is Father .............. NORMAN H. ARMSTRONG nay, Michigan Thursday, May
f Connelly, of Fort Lauderdale Norman H.
Armstrong, who 23rd.Mrs.
Parlshoners of St Margaret's moved from OewUton to Crace- Zauel and her husband I"tio"' / ,,
It Cave a reception at, Sugar and vine, Fla. two months ago died have visited in dewlaton for several t" +
Auditorium Sunday evening to honor unexpectedly Saturday' in (he weeks each winter in recent ,t1.
Us departure.Charles on the eve of CraceviUs family Hospital Jim In The Clewiston Armstrong years. COr\grr"dJ;

for two years, and a daughter, NOTICEOur
Ann was employed in the local
OBITUARIES bank. shop will be closed Main
that's whqt t we'vegot FRANK SMITH Survivors Include his wife Mrs.' this year from Juno Jth until
News of the death of Frank Ellen Armstrong, two daughters, Aug. 8th.
Smith, a former Ann Armstrong, Gracevllle, Mrt.' Let us Include our bat withes to you' r''
:resident of dewIston Wimmy Newton Clewiston, his Let us repair your shoes and who an graduitinft. We redo the
reached friends here thisreek. please check to If have
for : see :you
: our Gradsl! :. Smith died in Dallas Tex., parentAl Mr end Mr. H. V. Armstrong shoes and purses here we have effort you bare made to mike this ,
on Saturday May 11, at the age Dotfaen. Ala., four brothers, both that need to be picked up. treat ponlbls and l w. art(lad that yon J
of 78. Services F. A. and George E., Pen acoa.1 hare successfully achieved goal r
went held In the your
Jamie, Dothan. and I sharpen saws also
Jack: Carswell Funeral of

Monty's1 Jolly Roger body Sunday cremated afternoon at May 12.Chapel and the on I C.Clearwater Yon, Clew; four tnn,sisters Mrs. B., Mrs.H. HIll T. Phil Davis Shoe Shop Seminole RestaurantJU1
Broohside Crematory
In Dallas. I Ashford. Ala., Mrs. E M. Wair, ,,;

Smith was an engineer! assoc
lated with the U. S. Corps of Engl. .
J : nears in the early construction of
.'a J; the Herbert Hoover Dike.

W r n a, .Services"UNCLE were BOB held LOBERTS"In the First. Grand Opening Y

Baptist Church of Inunokalee Sun
sr- day for. Robert ("Uncl* Bob")
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Roberts, a prominent rancher of ;
Collier and Hendry. counties, who
died at Lee Memorial Hospital Dma "'
last Wedne da7. He had been
arsM in 111) health for several months. ric-; I U
Mr. Roberta was one of the best,,
known ranchers of the area, hav .'
tag settled In Immokale. in 1M1 J r'N I U
He was a moving figure in all the t I
early developments; fee was the J', r
town's first postmaster, was a I
charter member of the First Baptist : .. ,, '
Church there; was a member ,. ,
of the first board of county commissioners -
of Collier county. ; wasa .. '
charter member of the Caloosa- .er
hatches Valley Cattlemen's ,, .
-- Association u'
and later of the Everglade I. r I'';
Cattlemen's Association.He .
and his family own and open r
ate the Red Cattle Company, and
have :recently moved Into 1fee citrus
OF business. He Is survived by
('PCLASS his wife, the former Henri Cordell,
1963 with whom he :recently celebrated itr
their 61st wedding aanivenary, c
seven daughters and two sons:
Mrs. Nina Rinfroe, Mrs Lois MoCollum ,
and Mrs. Mildred] Shewed i
of Inunokalee, Mrs Ely; Tread-
way and Mrs. Ola Gallagher, Sarasota :
Fords Shell Service Mrs. Louise Floyd, Mrs --- ---- t H1.
Josephine Glddens, Madison, Ce.,
and W. D. Roberts ud :Robert A. I II

I Clewiston, Church Directory' j The Charlotte Rosati homes now in Clewiston< ,A Spacious Beat Seller! I I:

RUT 81 METHODIST W. Oseeela Avenue CHURCH CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH I FIRST Its E.BAPTIST Veatua Arenas CHURCH Ned more room for a growing family? Here's the housing problem answer! *

Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor dentin. OewistM Rev L. T. Fsgsn Pastor

1100 US: a m.-Church.nt-Morning School servicelOOpntMethodiit Rev. Herb Hlgdon Pastor 11:00 I.4S:: a.m.a.m.--Sunday Morning School Service 20 ,OTHER PLANS TO CHOOSE, FROM \ OR BRING YOUR OWN PLAN

Youth Fellowihlp 1:43: a.m.-Sunday School 1.00: p.m. Training Union
11:00: a.m Worship Servics 7.00: p.m.-Evening Service
T:30 p.m.-Evening Service 7:00: p.m.-Baptlst Training vales Wednesday: ALCON HOMES are jam
>Wednesday: 1:00: p.m. Worship Service 7:00: p.m.-Officers: and Tsachers .d.. packed with "Florida', /in .

US: y.p.1II.-Qc Practice'' Tuesday: Meeting featuret" suitable to this SatOMONKM -
1.00 p.m.BrotherhoodWednesday Ssrv-.
: I:00 p.mMldweek Prayer
: lea 7 climate and environment. All

IT. XAXTDTS( : CHuacaEpbeepsl), 7:30 p.m.-Hour of Prayer I.4S: p.m.-Choir Practice ALCON I II ALCON HOMES are con- ,, room I

m N. Fadfle t 00 ppJJ4tCbolr: Practice strutted of finest materials I
0! Rev. dark H. ormall. Vicar and built to conform to code specifications.
odiy Services:, KDHOOM ftMQQM ,
IN X Trusties Street
a 7:311:,00 tnt-Early: : Eucharist CHURCH OF CHRIST Elder Lester D. Reams,.Pastor Aluminum Awning windows and exclusive r. ; '
i.m.-racilly: Service and 10:00 ....--&mda School: .1.t I'!
Church School MX Seth Central Arease 11:00: a.m-Hornl8g- Worship ". poured! monolithic slab are two features used 099 i

+ioimced Saints .:jd Holy Days aa an- Earl Arnold Minister! 6:30:: p.m.-BTC consiatently! constructing t i ALCON NTH CMCOIt :

7:30 p.m.-Even1al'WorIblp
i by moon
Sunday: .Wedaesday I
10.00: a.m.-BtbII School Service Ii i
7:30 p.m -Prayer E ;
toIoruNm PU3BYTBWf 11:00: a.m.-Worship mc ,
MT Isral Film Arenas 7:00: p.m.-Worship ST. MARGARITA" CHURCH ;

Henry H. Toed Minister Wednesday: Rev. Father Charles ., I S I
:Bint-Sunday School 7:30: p.m--Mldweek Pevotfons 1:00: a.mSunday Mass as" ,
a:*nu-Uomtaf Worship and Blbls Study 11:30 a.m.-Sundsy Mass "ee' BUILT BY JAMES ROSATINationally
11:00: aaa.-Nursery In the Parish 7:00 a.mDal11 Weekday Mass of r / I
HoussJ 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass L a r' r Famous Builder'r .
1:00: P.m.-WeabnWler J'tlJowo COMMUNITY pENTECOSTAL 1:00 p.m.-Flrit Wednesday each ;
IhIp'edaelda month Catholic Ladles' Altar ',,'.
.p.m.-Choir: Prattle Saturday:

depth CJewt.teaBev.l. 1.30: a.mRe1Illoua Instruction GRADE o "" e ro James Rosati is a pioneer Pinellas County developer : .

OtJKH OF JESUS CDI81'APOITouc R. Taylor School Pastor m-HAVEN BAFTIST CECBCB e\ SCHOOL ". a""a ? a n s of the post-war period. He developed I .

FAITH 10:00:: a.m.-Sunday Highway, 7M the first major residential 1 project there and has
Worship I
..... Otwtttea 11:00: a.m.-MorDInI ;: .
Evangelistic Rev Vie Turner. Pastor a + v "a to provide for than
BW.Luther 7:45: p.nu-SundaT e gone on housing more 5,000 t
DIz a
RN. a Service. 1.45: .m.-8uDdl1 School: ee r n a r Mica satisfied homeowners I '
11:_ m- unday School 11:00: a.BL Moralnf Worship! a" in such famous communities '

-Lm.Preadl1nl,: Wednesday 7:4J: p.m/-Prayer: Service 6:45 p.m.-Training Union as Tyrone Gardens} Orange Hill, Orange I Is ',
7 pm.-Pner Friday 1:00: p.m.-Evening Worship a e qVe p a n s r e m s u r a c a n Lake Village, Skyview, Florida Retirement Village I "

-7:311: : ..KeeUDI.111II1 7:41 p.m._Youth Service Wednesday 1:00: P.m.-Pr"er.: Meeting s e a a r a r h h r t Sebring Lakes and Ft. Myers Gardens. I

P.nu-Younf People's. Uest- Drive through any of these communities and I

OfCHCICH- Al l LT4 Or GOD '112 CHTTKCH.. Faelfle OF Arenas GOD ,-., a a a a a s s 5 a a a g a a r s ee r e a 'I, see the pride. ,of. ownership displayed by theresidents i

OF u.:. 211 Fraaelse BtnelRsv. Rev. Joe Coleman i .:j '. ,
labia! Co 8chttnJ ..-8wlda11c11oo1 11:00: a.m--Horning Service, -S S it.W.A-r- A Boast! home has always been accepted and ,
!! Minister 10:00: ,
.garland Aud1tiadmD. 11:00 .-MoraIlll Worship 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship q d RilRiLti known as,the best home".value for'the dollar '
2:: -m-Blhle! School _... 7:30 EvangellstU SsrrW Wednesday: available anywhere. not consider
,..a pm- 7:30: p.nv-Prayer Service t v* Model at 621 East Concordia .any on- I
.lII.-Comm\lD1oQ and W. Wednesday:
,...... ". 7U p.m.-MJ4week Service Friday p.m.-YOUJII: Peoples.Endeavor yourlot home until you, have seen the values I \' .
7N-:--,: Friday: 7:39: Ave.iin Clewiston. packed' into these new ALCON ''HOMES' by: t f "'.
p.m BIb1e samy 7:4J pnv! .Youth 8tr9Ioe Bosati. mHO r I ;
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Phone Fort Myers WY,5-4 38,

TWt WeeVlxpwirch fralure Is Sponsored By The Following:

"" County ',' "Flovel rriiMWiD: olal00 'Kfei-, ? '. i / ,.DOWNPAYMENT FREE DECORATOR SERVICE An. exekuivt.'Abo*: **r* f 4 i

Motors The assistance and counsel of'Decorator.EldegtKBelhtaMttf.li i
C L HSoI trg' I : ; :.f available to every Alcon home buyer. Long and varied+!leiperi- i I
ee LoaD J TIS i CJeWJ8ton Federal j "
Ora-. 8id..JlWrp. ? I enee in interior decorating has made Belhnxneuf,an'expert in i it 1( f" ,
,I t subtle use of color to enhance the livability and attractiveness i s
,Fu-re 'Royal'.lnc;, -
'w of your homer :. .
Store Motor Co. ,

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Page 4 THE CLEwrsTON (Fla.) NEWS, Thull., May 30, IIIS3 I Richard Pltclp\ were shopping. in
L West Palm Beach Monday.Mr.
Personals: and Mr. M. T. Hood will r
=---- leave Sunday to spend I few weeD r GREETINGS
with their daughter\ Mrs. Gladys
'- Smith in Avon Park Mr. Smith
Dan McCarthy and Loya Barton
I" last week, attending will drive down Saturday for them'
were In Gainesville
ii'' BEST waSHES I abort course for LP gas returning Sunday. iI
f dealers on service problem Guest of the S. K. Swayne fam. 1 graduated
: : Mr. and Mrs. E. l:. Kelly left ily for graduation tonight are Mr*
I, GRADUATES]) last week for their home in Waynesvile Swayne' parents Mr. and MM.L 1r' ", ,1AH
; L Maloy of Pahokee and Mr. "
N. C., after pending I !II"
summer months at their home on and Mr. M. M. Slower of West G1rla good'wfiW r to each of
1 East Osceola Avenue.Superintendent Palm Beach. d ,!; you
i': 1f: j' .. for Confyiuad SuccessTime J. Homer Bible Among the dewistoo residents 1 I for a career of luccwtfulechievemenh.
I -, y\I \1. was a business visitor in Talla- attending the Farm Bureau dinnerID
haMee Thursday the City Park at LaBelle Saturday .
Mrs; Harriett Zauel was calledto evening were Mr and Mr.
Saginaw Michigan last Thursday Melvin Wilder Mr. and Mr*. Wm.
l' Sav Market by the death of her mother-in-! T. Stitt, Mr*. Elizabeth Stltt. John rQ Co.
I law Mrs. ,Albert ZaueL She will Stitt,, Mr. and Mr. Frank ''Polhffl ,
I 1I I visit other relative.;in Grand and family Mr. and Mr, R..C. %*.* I
"' Rapids before returning Clew- NowUng Mr. and Mr*.' Grtttoo
'I I logos 'IMr. George, Mr. and Mr*. Mike Milleavlc S
'I J. Ei Beardsle/wa* in Pahokee and family Mr. and Mr*. "
I PRIDEof and Jotuna Corbin and daughter and ,
Thursday evening con I
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Laraen.Mr .
duct.edthe installation of officers: ''Elizabeth Stltt end Mr*. (
for the 'Pahokee BPW. dub.Mrs ., tui
i'i'"f'' .% Ralph Ksf>op' drover'' to Wm. Ti'Stitt spent few days ttiM :;., ,7 wet ''t1Btt tier week 'With 'Mr*. John Johnetone
Gainesville last t.O"
I. and 'family'ln Oearwater. to each
I Achievement mother, Mrs. A. L. Daughbty.'and -
Mr. and Mrs. c;
other Returning with conjratulatloM
in Orlando for a few day and best
t her lor a.visit here II bet eistef were this of
"' '' over the weekend{, attending the complete part
: Mrs. Kate Bishop. annual convention'of the Florida doubt time
Mrs. Pauline HowU is in Fort many, I.
L: Fierce visiting her son Danny Florist'!. Association.will. Tamiami J I ; mite i It but ',.. *tv soar
leave tomorrow
Howell, and family, while young Parkinson! at glad that you made
r ,for a- short vacation
I \ : \ Mrs. Howell is hospitalized. Pat
Waynesville, NC. Accompanying :
Mrs. H. W. and children
\ ;i;; \l6It Shupe him will be E. G. and Miller Couae. .. .
left Wednesday for a visit with her
of Moore HavefLMr.
I'. t parents. Mr and Mrs. F. S. Fig- Motors
and Mr E. M. Cornette expect -
\ t -. ley In Huntlngtoin West, Virginia.Mr. .
to leave this weekend for a
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson s
were and lJ
1 vacation visit in Kentucky
in Lakeland on business last week. North Carolina. asaJ .mi ___
,Erie: Larsen baa arrived from, L. Goodwin
Mr. and Mrs. M.
Motel 27 Nashville, Tenn., where be .is a have returned from a ten day visit '
law student at Vanderbilt University with their sisters Mrs. S. H. Givler ntIt !
: ,. end will visit
with hU
I could have been buying parents and Mr. May B. Stebbins. i
"You moan '
Mr. wit Mrs. Otto Larsen, Fri. Sat May
Mr and Mr. T. C. Yon returned I
until the summer cession begin weekend from Gracevllle
last Double
Dr. J.W, EzeUe attended convention -
: attended funeral services
they YOU
\ : of the State Dental Association for her brother, NormanH. "Country II 1s
in Jacksonville last week,
Armstrong. Your, Favorite
!You coold.Most
Right and visited relatives in. Gracevlle
.Florida-grown raw sugar* ., before returning.. Mr. Ezelle spent "State
the week wth Mr. George Crawford Card of ThanksI PAT
refined into strive
are ;sync?WL ', for success tee
And Fun ;
In West Palm Beach. would like to say Thank you
the popular Mr. F. Deane Duff of Palm for all the cards, visits and flower Sun. Mon. you that success is
DIXIE Beach spent a few day in Clew we received when I lost my June 2 .
a, CRYSTALS talon last weekend as guest of Mr*. father. For This honor. Good luck.
brand W. C. Boswell and Mr*. W. C. :Mrs. W. K. Archer CHILDREN
y 1 1i Owen. Mrs. Boswell gave a "
luncheon for her Saturday Inviting OF 1963
A few close friend Mr*. The
Owen also entertained. Inviting! a Its -
for cocktails The amazing na's Gulf Service
group Saturday eve-
his fabulous
,, ; ning. Mr. Duff was the recipient WE TAKE We recommend .........,
1.v.::. of other octal courtesies' during joyable family
j/; her visit.
/ A message from Mr. and Mrs. PRIDEGRADS Wed. .Thur.
C. M. Pickle in Lake Worth state THIS IS
Mr. Plrkle i* making rapid improvement 7:45: P.M.
from a severe bronchi "3 SALE
1 rj
Infection. He 1 II recuperating: at the 9:20 P.M.
i i' home of their daughter, Mr. Dorothy
Blanche's Flower Burgener, 2830 North 10th "Bon
Shop Avenue, Lake Worth. The Pickles FRED PRICESII I t .... w'
hope to be.home this Msbt'o ,
week-end. la Disney*
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--'__ ____ J; r Dt.-alsd Mrs. E..B. McConvWe' '

Flowers for 'Graduation and year'Tound.5> have a*-their'fuestarW, **parent, : ;: an Estate
Mr.: and Milt E. J. McConville HENDBY .
,,' '
I and his sister Mis* Elizabeth McConville ;
; all of Cresson, Penna. Title & Lots
h: Blanche McCormick The visitor
cam especially to attend Title Abstracte. -

LaBello .. OR 5-2021. .-I Miss Sandi the graduation McConville.exercise of OF '63. Photocopying Public: :. some South of Sugarland
Mr. L.; R. Vann of Miami has
arrived to attend the commencement Bridge 8t and
exercise tonight at .which >Jten Fla

.0.t..o..o..o..0000000000..0.0.0..0..0.. ... her granddaughter, Miss Judy As wtflook back ORaye time to buy. See
Vann, will graduate. over .the yearswe
Pfc Millage C. Spire, son of this
I 01. Mr. and: Mr. P.:'C. Spire, U at can say
:.* Owners and'Staff Extend M.. home on,30 day leave from the is one., of our I BEARDSLEY

U.s. Army.He i is en route to Korea I finest classes.. REAL ESTATE BKOKEK
from Fort Ritchie, Md.
:CONGRATULATIONS : Mr. T. J, Avery of Hall, Tenn. Phone YU 2.7501
1* visiting in Clewiston, coming especially
: t' to attend the graduationof

: t 'r and best Wishes t. Mullins.her granddaughter Miss Molly Ingram'sAmerican

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. EzeU of Service
Seniors of 1963.
i Bartow were weekend guest of
big brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mr. E. M. Cornette.
Mr*. E. M. Cornette and Mrs.
.oo.ooooo.. oooo..o.ooo. We

I for all the family Wish IDPASICongratulations
Clewiston Belle Glade '

.-.: _
I our
_. DAY
j the Graduatesand

; a special invitation to en
Deposit Your Savings With
joy Lunches every
i lest THRIFTY
: day in the week

; Clewiston Federalanticipated .

1 r:1 2 for 980

with and Saturday
far,th I Itfis, ,

1 I sense of : Tender: Tom. Turkey
I 4 % Giblet Gravy
; : dividend rate I '
if'I'W' :.f GRI! 'J96 Corbin. i }: : : : Sauce Garden Pea

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quarterly 'f; ...
Payable' Or: Compounded \ Ranch S .

I Your' savings account insured to $10,000 ; "': '* I'J
I ) DOUBLE Breakfast
by permanent government agency I
Wchopcyouknow > 2 Slices Buttered Toast
Ci I, Member Of rbtoaj Borne loaa/Bank Syltem Propeller
I 5,11.2.; Coffee
"O we are I 3 lathe to "
l 4'1I WELL Butter'" '
I $ l -.. proud this Sincere best CeatHfaral : &, -' .
1 i 1d ; M.bUe .. : ..,;JA
\ 4+ \ i Zend' day. Best of wishes grads. Bepain Sale-A.. 6,3, J v.L


d .." ,t. ,lit luck to .all. L & If t, 8 a.m. ..11' cam
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>"1& Venter. Aril CUwfctM, Florid Day er

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LEWISTON (IFILl) NEWS. Thurg., May 80, 1963
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ji May good h attfT! good fortune and good to

THE FIRST STEP ij l THEY ALSO'GRADUATE . wh. alt David Swindle Mlrtha Bamlres. Sandra Knecht, happIness b. yours ,forever, ..r
stand wlttle Ian, nod twist aria. scowl Terri Radish, Linda FUchback. Rebecca Pratt,
move upward In your fife, we are proud to and pose more or less wminfly for a class pie- Waada Spooner. Jody Htndrr, Bevtrli ,iBeardaJfj I (ake Appliance
AJ you ., tart of the First Baptist Church kindergarten .before Monica McCarthy, Fare Crorat Eddie,Wilker. -, t. J
pay tribute' to you for your accctnti on the solemnly marching In to receive their dip PitU Drake, Kathy Davidson. Dinah Avant?
eceaiion; of your graduation. lomas. TkU event took"place Friday mo......'.. and front rowt ,Harrjr Vaughn, Dlmmle Wilier
Shown In back row, left to ...bt.' Keith Caueeset. Kim Scott Bonnie MUIer:. Terrell Jones Marty
LUCK SENIORS! r Wilson and I II
GOOD L.1.j.i( .i j Tommy Redbh.-4TAFF PHOTO. I ',i\,.',
.. '. : 1 W < rA : Card of Thanks I ,'

: I .
Thanks to Dri. ,Shupe and I Me-
Old South BarBQIt ', ,: ': ; 'n Conville,,to the hospital staff'for
their excellent care; and to I the ",
omen W many friends, who remembered me "
I aR m.ID1I with cards, flower and prayers
during my illness in Hendry General -
- Happy BirthdayJune Hospital.
1: June Hodges, Mary Florecia Ford 4
Jean King Hughes, M... J. r... Roiter .I. $
Ruth LaByer. .
June 2: MrI. Loyd Kelly, Mrs,
CW/u cl/l/ cji C. A. Thomas, Jackie B. Austin.
: ( fJht1! June S: H. C. Sutton, Sr., Ron-
Die Adam i
I, June 4: Betty Bensctooter: Jerry
Redish, )
It is ., ._ great deal of pride June 5: Betty'Swaffo d. JuneE. FULLContact HAnd ".
X Harben, James Nesbitt. "
that we extend to you of thisrear' ; Nx I ,, .
:,: "
graduating class, our ELKS WILL EAT I "'\

very best wishes and sincere i f\

congratulations. We've seen STEAKS SAT -- ... 4W. ..... .. I : : {,
The Elks will have steaks againat me today! ) :!h'I
tome excellent young people their regular monthly Saturday 1 A. H. as you enter a new world we ; r 11: _
this of their education night Feed this week. Charges of "
complete part extend :
best wishes
2.00 Include the dancing In the VannYU our happiness 1fM:
here but we recall of no lodge room, following the feed, Ph. and tremendous success. Friends and ;,'';
other group whom we thoughthad which will be held out of doors, i ,
BARBARA McDANIEL weather permitting. 2-5971 neighbors join us in this expression. I '
more possibilities than you. ;; 'v':.

Good hark, then,to each of you! Postell-McDaniel FriersonFountainMrs. STATE FARM wait {
Mrs. Peggy McDanlel announces Sarah Vet Fountain and J.' Firs rr e..udp eeap..r Hendry County Motors ; ;
the marriage of her Ed Frierson were married on Monday Hem office,llMnliifK,Illle.ls'
,daughter, Barbara Lou of St. Augustine May 13, in a ciulet ceremony
to Mr. Wilber Postell son in Macon Ga. (Judge Walter I
of Mr. and Mrs Fred Postell of Steven officiated: It's gocu to Ice each of you graduate so happy and you Have every right to LeOn < ," ,

Clewlston Only members of> the family this, your graduation day. you can look tack on many days of hard work; : ;%J;: :.
The bride attended school In were present .1 the ceremony. I 1./1',
St Augustine and Clewlston. The Mr. and Mn. Frlerson, are residing t and see the results mat come from directed ; ; I .. 't- "
... Robbie's [Restaurant groom attended Clewlston schools in his boIn II.,ron Stile Road __ .-_\ efforts. ,:, ',r'. i .i$., ,: '
before serving an enlistment in the '20. y i ic i I I' it C 'I' '' '

U.S. Navy.TbejcerempAt., ,. 'J I I f'J\.,: \;
- sus, pertontd.1n In rm.y' "ItHTINotesTHERESASTANTON J' -m We sincerely" hope t dint yon may enjoy arch ': 1 :-V'3 I :;'*

'M i-Sl?i ynMiyiiagro BBaTOBi._____ Valdosta..and;Oa Mrs..P.oateU. on Sunday are,'May making 19th.Mr. sf >: o happiness and satisfaction for yeah r: to come ;l : ': :' '
.' their home in Clewlston. Newest member if the"Hole-In- ",
t"tio" One Club:t is Myta JUicU*Chamber I :''1'1,
Co"gcttIfb I Ig' Rainbow Girls lain whg.f;(; made,,bertperiect} Wron : "The TropicalFRANK'S I .< j
1 shot on number 3. She also parred __ '... ( I '::'', '
''' Plan Bake Sales numbers 2 and T and birdied number 'w.i I '!
5 for a total of 45. A placque i'
Members of the Clewlston :Rain- on which her ban will be mounted, "
bow Assembly plan to hold Bake will be among the many gifts! she :
Sales each Saturday until they will receive from the Hoie-Io-One
leave June 19 for Grand Assembly Clearing House. .
0 In Jacksonville. The girls discussal Ruth McCarthy'was first and I
m this project at their regular meetIng Neil Parkinson second in the fif
the first at which new worthy Ladles' Day Tournament. of May
advisor Cheryl Lee presided. "
Chris Kelly was presented witha 17th.Tomorrow a Match Play Tournament MarketHOME
The achievements el past years past worthy .advisor's pin and a which started last Friday,
gift from her parents. She was will be completed. Ladles attendIng
are msny'andy! of recotatUoa. > then Installed at musician having will bring 'white elephants" \, ,
But somehow the pros. t' been unavoidably absent at the to be given as priaes. OWNED AND OPERATED t. ,""
t regular installation ceremony.The Margaret' Schmidt. who will be 'J
pals and possibilities of the Rainbow Girls also voted to returning North this weekend waa I" ,tf I ,
Ph. YU 3-1401 a WE DELIVER ,. Ph. YU 3.1401WILSON'S <
coining Important I hold a covered dish supper on June tendered! a golf and Juncheon partyat :
years seem more 3rd in honor of their,parents. Lehlgh Acres recently by Ruth ., .:
scow Sally Ollphant was recognized Mottley Naomi Stockman, Nell I
with a remembrance of her May Parkinson, Addle McGehee and
Glen Neal.iiIIiIII' birthday.OOOOgg080400440006404009. Theresa Stanton. : :
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GETMARRIED Rice _____ __ 3-Ibe pk. S3 I Corned Beef ___ __ Can 390 t;

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) In' extending
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J"00 00 0 00 00 00 0 00 0 00 01 00. II THE CLEWISTON (FIa.1 NEWS Turd? May 30. 1963tla SOTICENolles Be A. Lots II to ISBLOUC Ruby 8. Betty .t.1
101 PALM
,. t. hereby given that the following land. or 10 much thereof __ II
.. es will b. neceuary to par the amount duo for lases herein est oppodt5to will be gD Sea, "D;-Lot == ._ 0.0. U. Buchanan
irs A ;: the game, tog.th.r with the cost of such sale and advertising COURTHOUSE BD ._ t
sold at publlo auction on the 1st June, 1061 beginning: at twelveo'clock T-ll to II Harp.r L.
... noon at the City Hall of ha'6I:: of Ci.wi.toa Florida. The lands Blk 4, Lots eon, Kit _
GREAT are below described according lit records In plat book 5 pagan" 11 PARK SD_ I /1 It 11i!

f.t. W 7lecluilv... of the current Public Records ot H.ndr CountT.CollectorOw Florlda LaBELLE BIle 1, Lots >.?- O L. Lancford, jr
Richard Matt.on, Tan
11 34. Oscar Lancford. jf? }j
I II DAY. Blk I. tats to I .. II It.
.. .er Let Block AaaajtC. FUis IlWtoSP.-== Barah Effl

8 End 27 to 05 .. Sarah Effl. ToranJ; i'}
T Ada Williams ::t'Is1J1') of Lots 'iiD 11 I'

C. T. Ada Williams N100- of 8UO' of I. t. till PftD S to h-::::: /1 It Riley Lasbl.r ll
Luther 874 0
Low. Except BltO of gt James X
ImprOTa. only Lot 10 .1 It t.8ee. .
lot.1 1 10,11 ARK 8D _
., FORD .
\ B. E. Montgomery NSO of BJV! lot'-_ 0 .... I, Lo 14.---::: F Ktb A.l Davie Davis '1'
l\ B Montgomery 826 of llIi' lot t 0 1111 Sea Lot 11 tl
\ 11 Coy Fortn ::::
s I Nathan H. HubokR u1 111 Bea: Lots 1to r : BS.C.
W Crouch 11 lOCi UtJ: 8010. 1 Lots 1'-10_ Bllja Olran. _
Batty Jayn Swafford 1: Lot Lot 22 1-== J. N. Mae Chaney Coleman l
Mary Le* FarlowDavid 1 10T Hit Sea Marlah l
L Bettr Carlton I XI: ? ef fIK "'." Sea 1. Lot fA He Stephens Ort.n.> I'aa.
Ill _2.
Keller ConUtructlon Co. 's ,.i t
Lot ft Tim Curtis :: ,:
Keller Co. Sea 1.
ConUtructlon 1."
of I
: Oscar BrookiTI !
\ Keller Construction Co. ,4. '.U 8.0. 1. Lot 10 -,
II to .1 Oscar Brook }
Keller Lots _
Construction Co. Lit. Sea 1.
E% ot. John 5
I Keller Construction Co.Keller III 1.10 Bee 1, Lot Ua- Jam. 11
:: Construction Co. of U : 6.0. 1. Lot lit ..-.-. Ray field Johnson
: 141 l : : 112.111.._ Tim Curtis *" It J
Keller lots
Construction Co. 14 Sea L
141 111.10
; class II. W% 01 Charles MltehiiUi\
j Keller Keller Construction Construction g: E: % 13s of 17 141 141 101II 1.13 Sea 5.4. 1 iVLftVlVjtTmgee : \ Julius Macon B.C: :?:!

'I of Sara V. Fountain El/I 111 170 ..... 1 Lots PARK HI BD to.1(3.. 11 */ Coy Fortn.r It
Ralph B. A Ruth E. Tlllman II lit lilt SUNSET:
Lot 14 __ Arthur Kltchto __ .
rlL. Ralph B. 4k Ruth K. Tlllman 11 III ITU : : : IT John Wollam J
: # Blk. B. Lot -
::963 8. "Doe" Flail called at the Newt offlce with hit auiiul ffer-- W Paul B.W Bailey* Mary O. Robertson' 1to 11 1110'0. 14 411 411 1101 Ml Blk.: B, Lot 1* -.._ Lewis Tim Curtis 4t ,.7TZ J
1114Blk. Rose
leg of watermelon to the Uff. Shown In thU photo the giant melon A. L *V Juanita Johnson 1$. II 411 ..... B, LoU Edna MCKOIlk. Adanu t
Frances M Helen Goblet tl, 14If 41i '.11 Ilk. : Lot fln:: Wllll Annie i' /
: *
weighed (8 pounds and mei.ured IS la girth iroond It* middle and Frances M. Helen Goblet 3111 114 : Lots Rolllni *

60 la girth around the end Planted early January following Platt'i Wm. L. 4k Mary B. Shirley 1 411 .... B Lot ao Edna MeKoy s__ III
; melon In Held at the northeast "mer" Earl Wm. L. 4k Mary B. Bhlrley 11 Oft 11 IUIe II to II ill, Mat WhTtiT I
Good luck in custom the was crown a Wm. L. 4k Mary B. Shirley II Oil 114 BIle B, Lau h ad

Bendrr's land near Clewbtoa. Sidney Vpcharch, shown In the photo Ellen B Clendeln 14 411 Itl: C. Lot. 7 to 1 Wllll -JMaVTwhiuTjuaaiu 11

all of with Platt, rcpreeenta the brokerage firm ef Barnett Produce Co., ef James Ellen B.L 4k Clendeln Patricia Owen II 4 B 411 1.71 1.11 bead

your LaBelle and remptne Beach who handles shipment ef the melon and Robert O Doris Jackson I B ITI Blk. a Lot 11 Junes i

ether prodace.-8TAFF PHOTO.OBITUARIES Q. L Minnie Wtatberry II, 14 D ill BIle C. LoU 11-14 Clara Wilcox
; endeavors. CN No. I
new tag-May I, It, II, tt. 1MI
i BIle C. LoU 15 to ITBlk. Jos T. Boy. Est _, II
Pope and C. A. Thoma C. Lot IIBlk Church. of th. LlTlni
God MOM* Ar-
I will be In Ridgelawn
Interment NOTICE Ills Jackson Tr .
I Cemetery C l.ot.' John Wollam : :..
: Clewiston MRS. LAURA tOFFtNMr NOTICE IB HEREBY OWEN Itt 1r followlnpersons that Unglble BIle d. Lots 4T to ItBlk John Wollam If
personal property tares assessed name on the 111 tax roll are D, LoU 10.14. John
,' W. R. Broadrick ha re- Raymond Pittmaa wa. in Gainesville delinquent and unpaid and are now drawing Interest at the rat. of on Blk.: D LoU Il- = Eugene.IIm.. ; 4
p.r cent (1%) per month with a minimum of three percent (2*). Unless White
wived a message of the death of last week, attending a aemlr such delinquent tangible personal property Uzee ar* paid before the Beg. 114.II ft 8 A: 111 ft 1-
Trading Company her sister,, Mr. Laura Loffln at Dar for land surveyors held at first day of June 1MI warrant will be leaned thereon directing levy upon B of NW Cor-B III.IIft

her home la Glendale Arizona the University of Florida. He was and selaur taa... of the tangible persoaal property of th. taxpayer for unpaid -8 Hill ft W
N to
1000000000000000000000000J who passed away suddenly at the the guest of Mr. and :Mr. Ed A., 0. Ward, Hendry County Tax Collector M'e xo R'.... ._ fa 25 I Calooaa Rock Corp.. M

ace of 55. Surviving are her husband Milton during his ..,. A W Root Beer (Tlllman) I It IT FAVORS BD 11 U IIo

W. M. Loffln, three alters, Bit-ham W Jr. It 10 Lot Viola R. Craton II,
Bush, W D.R.___________ : BOOTH 8D IT 41 II
______ 1411
Mr. Broadrick. Mr*. J H. Hale Booth, C1aa Evelyn Lot IS." ___ Gerald Stewart I
4 IT
St. Petersburg Mr*. Floyd Ever- Public Notice Brantley Machine Shop! _____________________ IS.IT 1% of 8% of 8W14\ ofNW' 17t tlII 10 UcK.iMD
hart, Tampa, alx brothers, Lt Breese Inn (Resell Patrick) __________ _____ ___ __ HIT \/ Theo CoiUno
Caloosa Motor (;0. __________________________ ....1 :% of NEU\ of NEIL\ 11E
Carl Hansen, Red Arcnel, Ala.; Celoosa
IN TRW of NtK\ 41 tt A. Jr. Linda
Chief Robert Hansen Honolulu, Ha- HBNOR1T COUJITY FLORIDA City Service Bta. (Pace) Ito Cochran 11

wil Rev. E. N. Hansen Otto Hansen IN RE: Coker. J, T, Jr. -, 1711 EVELYN: TERRACE SO 11 41 tl
Ile ESTATE 011' Caeon, J. T. _ _____ 1LI1 Lots II.II Ella: Mole ____ I
Tam .. Roy Hansen, Lakeland PRING. DECEASED Clewleton: Texaco Sfrrlea I (Button) 4411 NH NEIl of NEK.1 of
and Fred Hansen Jr. Mil JULIUS3.iH CUwlstoa Watch f Jewelry I 1514: mcl: ac Rwy 11 II II F. L. Dunaway, Eat II
GRADS NOTICE: TO CREDITORS Credit Bureau of Clewleton A Hendry Co, Inc. II.il lI of NE7(
waukee. W1a.KOOKT. All creditors of the state of Jutlui Crosby, Harry E. 4k Joyce T. 11.61 of' SEx W.__ 11 li II I Afford tJ. Dennis
J. H.rrlnv. dociawd, Are Hurt- Elite Cafe Grocery ..... Dunaway _______ 1
WM. SCHETOINQ by Notified and required to file any Ernie Drive Inn (MoCray) lilt BE 14 ef NWK\ _____ I45 II 40 Nely Dads ___ UO
claim. or dtmandt which they mar Oraham, Luther 1071 NEW< of SW1A\ _, II II It 40 E. Wax-onschaln II
Koort Wm. Scheldlng, a residentand have aaalnit laid MUU In the o- Grant Worth Ill NWK\ ono Ray ___. II II II 111% 4k Gladys It
businessman of Lake Harbor tics of the county Jud.. of Htndry Harn; Oen. Mary __ _ ".11 ohmA.: ______ 117
u In the eourthouH Harlem Oarage Edgier __ _
L'.Ir.'orldl ( ) 111 exc 8EK\ of BE\14
lot the past 12 year, died .t his at within alz calendar Harlem Oulf Berrlc (MoCray) .. Ill All Hwy fo1 II (14 Aragon Acre Inc. tit
home Monday night He wa 65 months from the date of the Hayes, Bernard ___ _ _____ Ill All MI .. .. 11 If II 140 Aragon Acres, Inc. Ill
tint publication of this nolle Eachclaim Harris. J. M. Elols _ __ 417 All 11 44 II 140 Aragon Acres, Inc. Hi
i years of age, and bad been in or demand mutt b* In writing Heckeher, Robert _ __ 112.01 All _____- ---. t 41 II 140 Douglas Thompson,
poor health for the past two yeans and must itat .the place or rl- Hilton Groceryan 1711 Jr. .Ill
aenee and post office addr .. of Horace eV John _
Sheppard __ ___ 114.14
Mr. Scheldlng was a native of the claimant and must b* sworn toby Jonas, O D. Elinor June ______ Ill B T4TII ft <. >* tt ouglas. Thompson,
Germany and wa a talented the claimant, his agent, or his Johnson, Arthur L. Juanlta R. _ "*.17 Jr. 10
attorney, or It will become void according Johnson, Clifford M _ N ._ t 41 11 10 Douglas Thompson,
cook and baker. He owned and to law ______ 1." N% of NK of %
The law requires Julia Beauty Nook _ 10,11 J,. II
operated Fop' Restaurant at Lake claim May to 6, b lest* filed. In duplicate. Judd. Jack T _ __ UI LINCOLN SQUARE
Harbor. He wa a former memberof /MELVIN HERRING: Jon. L. .. _ 114.II PARK No 1 8D_ .-. II 4T II
I Melvln Lana-ford Oscar, Jr lilt Blk I, Lot 15-1 ... F. D. Cowtli I
Clewiston Elks Lodge and a the Herrlnr, Administratorof Ladd Harold L. A Kath.rlne A. 1411 LINCOLN SQUARE
member of the National Rifle I Hen-Ins stets Deceased of Julius, J. Lakeside U Wash 1741 PARK No. I BDBlk II 4T SIt
Association /*/ Carlo. R Dickey Lane, Samuel L. . ___ 1111 II, Lot .....__ Ida Adams t
Carlos R. Dickey Lowe. Marina _ __ 11'.11 OAR FIELD PARK BDBlk. 41 II
This is Survivors include his! wife, Mr. Attorney for Administrator McKoy, Edna _ Ill II. Lot IIBlk XlIl1. .John.n I
a joyful Mildred E. Scheiding and a daughter Clewiston, Florid. Morris James H. _ _______ 1147 14 Lot T_. Stable R. Baker I
CN Its Markett Ed _ ____________ 14.11 SUOARTOWN BD __ T 41 II
for all Mr. E W, Weaver, both of May t. II. It 10 1151Howard Miller, Ernest O .. ________ I TO BIle I. Lot 4 Jessie Lee Crawford__ II INathaniel
day ,
_, Jone
you Lake Harbor, a son in Minnesotaand ., .... Monty Jolly Roger Slob Camp _ ? '{." BIle Blk. 4.4. Lot Lot* T.I Helen Pearce II
.".".. ,:/and wish other daughter in California, :: ie.Jl.C.D. = : : _- _-__________ .. II Ill:II Fran N% 8 of Rd easeHwy '
we youhappiness House ___________ 14, 41 $4 HI, North Shore farm,
: Minnesota. Oscar .
Ij Il1IuIU.and 'araJJ Steak _>L ______ 1...* I"III
Funeral services will be conducted ..pfrPl Oerholt, Themes *. ?. ________ lilt of of Inc.' .r .. .-
:: ... Platt Joe . . _' __ _____ Ill.10 8U JBU*xe BEV axe 41 8EH Ala r .
at th* Community Metho.dot Patrick Hotel Roaell . _____ 1471 8WH of 8W___ 14 41 14 North Shore Farms,
Church in Lake Harbor Thursday RIB Sugar Co _ 441*1 I Inc. *"'
Spinet Rudd, H. T. A Emily . 1111' GOLF VIEW SD __ 11 434
afternoon at two o'clock. Th Rudd, Jama T _ _____ 144 'I Blk. B. LoU I T__ Russell B. Temple
pastor Rev. J. O. Jameson, will Mirror "Studios" Sinclair' l Ber Station (Young) 1117: Jadd II
officiate. Schmidt Horse Ranch _____ 44101 BIle B. Lot 4 -i Joe L.' Patricia J
n I $325.00 Sinclair Service Button (Keene) till :. Owen J1
Mom's Honorary pallbearer will ,be Button H. C. flr A Betty ____ '.*l Blk. B, Lot i---, Robt. O Doris U
Terrell Lee Marvin Lee, U, C Texaco Station (Topham) _ 1147 ; Jackson BBIb.
I I Thompson Douglas a Linda _ ".11 C, lots 1 and $.4.O Jack T. Judd U
Nipper Elbert Hester Zoo M. LAKE Town..nd V. W. a Almeda _ Ill Bib.: : A Lot 1 ,- ... Hilton!> ndeaa J
Dutch Kitchen Hall, Jab Newman Bill MaihU. Th. Credit Bureau ef Clewiston A Hendry Co. Inc. f." William' --- I t
< j Murray Weeks bearer will be 1 Town Paint A Hardware . ______________ 1ST 4* Blk. D. LoU ll-14- ;. Quincy:: L> MlnaleC3.
; APPLIANCE Wlllla W. H. (Chick) 414.II << W.stb.rryr *.
I Vernon Henderson. RoUla Flank, Wegacheld, Stan . 11." Blk. B. Lot 14 Redding J. *. Laticla
m. TU
> Joe Welch Doyle Haulcomb Leon iTisiClewiston White Court-low . _____________ 1.17 Blount' :, Vr .
j Will Wallace Motel _ 1.11 HARLEM: ADD 10 41 "/
i Whlddta. Jackie Howard . 10" BIle K, Lot IS __ )(. Onaca- _... ul
,/. BIle K LoU ...11- RebC Jenkins .
V '0. 111 BIlL LTLoUt _i Lee Ida jeniUaW
; '..,
Blk. 1.., Lot IT- Angellne Plelo43.t.
NOTICE O- 'TAX: SALBDmr ._ -14.
: Blk P, LoU 11 to 14 Ernest Mamie Mo-
: Th .Inn NOTICE Iea hereby given: that on the led day of Jane 1113, at tweln ItBile.
o'clock Noon th. Courthouse deep is LaBe11., County of Hendry, Blk P, Lot 11' Church ---
ltat. of rlorl4a. Tag Sale C.rUtl..t. will be sold o. th. following P, Lou 11-11 W. C. 4k Louise Taylor
described land t. per the amount due far teas h.reia set opposite the I I
.am., togeth.t with all soot. of suck sal. and all tl Blk. Q, LoU 1-1 __ Ernest McCrsy __ Ji

Cl wuton, Florida Telephone YU 2-3501 A. 0. WARD "County'Tax"A Collector :::.. Q Lot T Thuraton Hlltoa 1
Q Lot 1
r !*!*. ef ...-. S 'T IIDIFFENBAUOHa -._. ef O-ei 'T-ae .. Thureton lee Hilton 4k_Katkar- tBIk.

: ADD II 41 It : Q, Lot 11 Claudia Mae roster 1

; Lot 7 axe Rd._____ John Doe BIk Lot, 1e Q, Lot 15B.ft:
Lot II __._ 5.11 Will Ws11aa'-.161
D. D.
NORTH LaBELLB anII 41 tt Blk. Q. Lot 11 Robt. PetermanM. II

r'I J JI. Blk I. Lot I _____ rank A a Leona Bite Blk.: Q.8, Lot Lot 1 IT-- M. Bailey i
Robs Johnson
Bluup. ._...._ 1
; ? 7130 Blk X. Lot. 11.14 __
I. I If Blk John Doe
I. IT. Lot II to It D. D, Jr a K&\'I. HARLEM: ADD NQ I II It -

I '"' Bear 140 ft E of NW Cor X.117 lUI BIk: : t Lot : = Henry P Dcvii l --- IRlk i
Mildred Kelly
of of SEW of L*
I Feature Ell HOOKER 113 51
Sunday NWU Will Lot :
51 'i1i
B Sift
110 ft-H. 100 ft-
-NIO. -W urn to. soft ot Lot It Clarenc L.toV.lal"

MILL 311 It D. IX Kelly It 41Itl Horton -i .'
; ;4, .. For the Beefeater 8D MILL TERRACE: tl 41 IIKIRKWCM7D Lots ......B ". Jefferson 3. VltcbU r.t{

\ Lot. 151.151 Llllia.Owls NW( of IE'4 of IE (. qi It It John MKan. _
BUSBRSJ ADD TO La-: 111 loUt .t W% ot
: n : BELLE II 41 I' NW\4\ Iyg N IR ID'IBof
Blk A, W 10. Lou awI{ etEltofSEyof \
: !1 I to 4 ft Roland NWi" :r. N 8R IU 341 14 1 Robt Bwkihar r ME
: ROAST PRIME RIBS or BEEF. au JUS 1 PARK BD. It 41 It B. Kllaa 1.41 %, eoi few-\ !' 'i 2Hand.. Smith 14\

: : I ( WASHINGTON Blk I. Lot a OAR.DENSSD.c --- Edgar: Jack Darts 4.TIBeeal CITY OF CLEWISTON'I2 It Harry,B. Blumlurf

S1 II BIk 0. 8 Un Lot B. B. Monteonrl .' aBlb.
But I Lots 1I-14Z 5.N IOn of 8 lift
j \ Baked Idaho Potato Blk: 4". Lot Ito T__ Mary Wright Stewart 1,71 Lot 1 B. B. X ont m ry l
; Bile 4T, Lot fa_...,... Julia William IZZ all BJI", B lift of Lot I
I I I WIPE ACRE JOT. No. Llf II exo B tftrBlk. Chaa Laron (:arO' 't

\ ;,}' with f: Blk 18D 0. Lou ,'-17__ 1411. Dorothy W. Mo00. 111. Lot I ___ :Gerald: E1aNc4l5ItL :j..

I Naught 1171MT B. W lte.- '
B. lit ft %' WO Cot
; ':. Creamery Batter or Sour Cream & Chive Dressing d1. 1-W N ttl ft-N Blk. I''.,Lot I The ''RM4aJ' LuII"t
10* ft-.B Ifl t-* lit

'. ft t* FOB __,, _____ 11t II' 1.17 Baker. U at Roes .. Bib. Itl sly Let 11..-It".,.. .+ B. W. en1lClt t1Blk.

I i : : H.HInr .u. *f Let .. 31$ I4 tl-rtV_ JC.n.l".eoalU'o.\' -j

I. Tossed Green .Salad. CITY III or LABCLLB .. .. 41 It ovate K Joa. __ 1.1 Bib i4 t. B* Let I *"t,. In.u.'r Con.Uwoo.- .- JBUr.

Blk 4-Bett n N *f .... '1 '
'" SB Cor W tie f -N"ft f.ti i 241. w." Lai t..,. : .CO.atP..c 'JBIll.

t ,," Choice(;of' Dressing .<. I ., n to -FOB! 10._* KrBlk ftTl___:; I 41 II IX Peat-la Ke1I). 141, Lot *-_ _' ..

""f1 '" 4-Ber HI ft X .fSB i r. 1111 Blk. 141 Lvt. 1AWi.t'i, L o.-.
I r
( 11 _______ ;
: Teller' CouU'
'L Roll ot.Butter Beverage e : io'_ .r..lH: ..Ii' _'. IIIns.
: t* FOB ex. Rwy.... Lather Oraluua BHu 141, Let U .rj.'. c.utr. p a
OOODNO ID BUC. ---n :: |tt| f.uer-f lit
'I Bl'fc. ,
Lot. II... a S I ftn $4.. Let U:0..r Goa"'. '0... IBIll.
t t Two dollars'Seventy-five: Cents '' -1 Lot S. ._.___, D. D. Kell y. Jr -
t 111.11
; : s i e-v t.t
: ...,. BIb .... Let 'II I :
BLOCK It 443 31 IT. Cl/l k Keller Coaatf.Blk. C'Bib. I.

B.jl rWCor I* ft Bllt lit R ft : : n.', "-II_""" Saarr.kv.Poaaw. :: SBlk.
I It ft Po D. DoattUa. Let t
: Kelly |anCharch 0. A.? a aBIk

)'c t f : : *?E i BLOOICK41A1KENID.3\ I* t Propartr _.. l||| elk Ili, Lou 11 te II-M Brock "'---w.L; l'
41 HOOaTB aD S' 41 ttt w I' 'at : : ear
.;...-- ._ ..n l.ot'll I J). K. Bin- 1 TllUmmes liS...
LoU 10-Uxo L. wuits. RII 4M. Lot It Willla.0S .
wr :Dar. Blk : Der.th A.
41> 411. Lou It'i tVl

i. ** r excellent table 'M' or a la carte' ,items BLOCK 4t COCRT- IT.41 Blk lift 411 of. L Lot 14 _li ., w: 11.' Jk.n.F 1s.. .
' f } _.' HOUSE SQUARE CD 41 It U U .. 14a J Rd.d a Vera 3. 4
: 1 ) LoU IT-ll ______ "l.'X" Gi
rs' ; .. n.' a
411 .
Loy Tbs.
BLK.' 4t :
\ \ PERRY a A : a1Blk. p. Overholt;
art, get
) -l' |12100'to: 2:30 and 6:00l 9130x'i BE88II lnLZ,5D.45( ? It Lamar c. M. a Marsu' I.
;; j ; 1\g : Crawf.rl tea: IUI Rasa.y
: lilLaizjiatfrlA 111. Lou It
.4 : :t 7.'i.. It .to || r 1Z 6MTfes

lath Coiner k to Pwart K. Blk 41T. Lot f,._. M.Mid Goea Ststs R.a11e III

i BIX l: ". all B1k.1.. Lets I.U.1I Is.WWIana. *
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REAL ESTATE THE!: CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, Thurs., May 30, 1963 Page 7 II
ICIASIFIID. 342 W. O'BISPO. Unfinished steel]
: J' M
masonry house. Will sell as II
or complete to buyers specifications. "t"l
Exclusive. ..
yUkon bedroom
_....;pHONE t1'IED RATES:Four 10 cents cents apartment Unfurnished. May duplex be ATTENTION NORTHSIDE$10,000.NORTHSIDE. bedroom frame, Cherie R. Arnold OAT TOP OfJELTHE WORLD ':::/
JnlertioDo I seen after 8
512 Prospective
per p.m. South
Atlantic home
tour thiertlou'sDVa buyers (or 2 bedroom frame, 317 Suga land Park .
U I the price; of thre.O .. Ave. Uc commercial). I am seeking: em- 19000. aewiston,, Florida f ;,
tor FOR RENT Trailers and Trait ployment, can save :you many $$$ ACREAGE. available. :May 23, 1963
can handle
er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer and planning, Vtn procedures S ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM, 2 Editor
Park Phone YU 22603. complete construction: bath frame home. Hardwood Oewiston News
tic writs George Kendall Box 783. floors. Oewiiton, Florida i;
FOR KENT-Unfurolshed l-bed- Pewlston, Fla. tfc 325 FHA HOMES In Broward. Palm Dear Editor: i If
room duplex apartment for NEW: SUPPLY OF SCRATCH. Beach and Dade counties, various I find it a wonderful thing that iI'I''!
>mp1ete17 fum1shed I couple only. Phone 2-1891. tic PADS are ready. News office. I sizes and prices. Small cash I many varieties of birds find our city ,
roe \
Inc1ud1nl uW1t1ee.JIll payment I I tall
eot run IUUNT-Bedroom with! a protected sanctuary, but
payments. 315 E. El I bath. Phone 2-8881. private BLUM &: SONS PLASTERING FOR RENT Efficiencies and to see bow birds In the traffic I s
1 PalOYt1 JIll 2.fiBaL ltc<< Bailey. W. tfc E. Very Belt Work houses as available. lights can become aa item of interest Congratulations, graduates. N ow that ;
a'iENT-3 room fum1sbedapartment --- We Save You Money Over 1,000 vacant lots to select to bird watcher As a you have finished this part( of* your
; 1. Can be aeen Paltering, Simulated Stone from for all purposes. Various safety engineer for a concern her
June after 5.00: p.m. Ho BusineSsServices: Stucco-Free Estimate prices. Terms.INVFSTt6ENT. In the: city and also ft person who education, you can look forward to I
at, 66 Ventura Licensed and Insured AND INCOME I enjoys wildlife as much a. the the) carver you have chosen for your- l it itI l
Na RAT-a !or ODe ut- -- 25 Years In Business PROPERTY: next person, I find these birds In alb You're sitting on top of the world
iler. Plenl1 of children. 3850 Lora Street S360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent particular: more of a hazard than '
JIIIIeI f\I1'IIsbed.\ No ] Very SLIP COVERS and drapeCu- Fort Myers, Fla. tic CBS construction, 25000. an enjoymentI iand the future, with all its possibilities

:y *able. Yt1 zu JiI.,3Oc tom made. Complete line of ED 7-0171 or OX 4J874KEAi LONG TERM, low Interest, farm, am sure that .this win be fee lies befor you. May you realize I
cabins endydlem. drapery and slip cover fabrics. cane, grove and ranch mortgages caw until one of our well liked the fulfilment of your every ambition
roes RENT-\11'II13hed\ Free estimates. Call YU 25831. minimum $50,000. and prominent citizens to struck '
Fishing Camp .
Johnson In the days to com*
Van Cothern's Custom LISTINGS NEEDED
Ucroa Furniture down by a passing motorist who
ypt-1181. and Upholstery, tic : ESTATE J. M. LANKFORDBeg. failed to notice the red light due ,r.:,'
RENT-Two bedroom beachED I Real Estate Broker ,to several birds and nests in the Johnson's Fish
and beacbslde Cottage.. LET US-Sprsy your home for any 530 East Sugarland Highway: traffic signal. Unless a remedy Camp
yea{ Mr. J. C. Gin U33 Firat kind of pests. All work guaran FOR SALE Two bedroom CBS FIre Auto and General Is taken, one day Just this will
pct g-4381. JuneZOc teed. Star Pest Control. R. D house. Corner of Atlantic and Insurance happen. What of the many children ',
Nobles, local service representative Sagamore. Call YU 2-5701. June 8p Clewlstnn. Fla. Ph. YU 22181IHiscBllaneoyslor'Jaf who cross these intersections '
a RENT 2 and 3 room fur- P. O. Box 805, dewlston. ? Most of them do not notice
apartment Phone 31211.tic May30p DEMAND GREATER T H A NEVER the traffic" but only the color ol
SINGER SEWING MACHINE for houses, acreage, businesses. the light facing. them. Are we to
We have ?
a RENT-Lare modern bed- representative will be at Old- List customers wait.tog. sit by and watch a tragedy happen
roan kitchen, unties, telephone dens Furniture Store each Friday. J. E. your property with us. only because we are now enjoying
Beardsley. Ph. YU 2-750L
TV privileges. Phone 2-619u For parts, sales, service stop ja FOR SALE 1959 Volkswagon the antics of several birds who' ,I
or call YU 24721. tic have picked the for '"
I. tfcBUSINESS Camper In real good condition. : wrong place s

.........!!....................................., r 27,000 miles. Phone YU 22891. tic a home I
I find that nine out of ten people
I Frank Denmead FOR SALE-1960 18-fU Owens fiberglass ] who run a red light in our I \
boat with! 80 hp Mercury I city do this for the same reason. I Ij"
I DIRECTORY I Licensed Florida Real Estate electric motor with alternator and Unless a person is practically
I Broker jailer. Brand new windshield and looking directly at the traffic light,
. Acres from Fair Grounds top.> Motor has less than 100 hours or eeea traffic stopping ahead they
i ; We. none TO 2-1421 running time. Can be seen at 721 do NOT NOTICE THE LIGHTS I,
RENTALS Cortex.: :. Phone YU 2-7151 or YU CHANGING. This is :
SEE US FORBOTTLED WALDRON'S 'I'we-Bedroo. due to several ; I ',
Apartment Famished. 32571. tfc reasons. First, the size of '

GAS MEATS AND GROCERIES: Income Property FOR SALE1-1961 Ford EoonoUne: the lights; second: the long ,> I 1
AppliancesSaIesServicc Fish Camp en Highway Fol bus. 12.000 m ea. Ideal for shades; third, due to the: birds "
Open AJ& 8 PJt ly Equipped. Buildings, camping. WY 2-5331. June 30p and their nests, and last because I II ,,.
beats inventory, complete there are not warning or crossing I '
SEVEN: DAYS A WEEK: : ready to ... Priced at one FOR SALE Parrakeets, $200 lines of bright enough contrast to ; I ,
year's gross. Terms.I up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds give them eome warning. ,1
POWER GASCORPORATION For Your Spur of Moment Picnic unit apartment MOO monkeys, cages, supplies. In my opinion something shouldbe ]
Gross. Small Down payment Pet boarding. Thompson Wild done now, because if we wait, ?1ID& ugg
Four Miles East of Clewiston Trailer Park. MOO Grew Animal Farm Phone YUkon 2- then we may be doing something !
Trailers 1238. tic in the wake of a tragedy. I
Bare Beach HOME FOR SALE Sincerely yours, II !
South Bay WY 6-6921 maD homes en TO 27 excellent Clewiston Watch Charles R. ArnoldS. ] I
boy. With terms. and Jewelry You are to be congratulatedfor
H. Stalls] ,
Attention CattlemenNew Aeerage Oewlston Mews a fine record. We Join in
Three and ...-..U sections Vi PRICE
WANTEDJCustomers ef Hendry County land Smiles \3ewiston, Florida
Is the time to consolidate from ae....... $100 Dear Mr. Stalls: wishing you best of luck. "
year debts with a long term farm per sen. May be sold an or SALEALL Yesterday, I bad the pleasure of I ,
loan, low Interest rates, with part. participating In the 5 mite walk ) I
G. R. Berner DistributorBATE
race conducted by your Director
Federal Land Bank lands County. Suitable for of Recreation, Gene Fuller. \'
EXPERIENCENECESSARY citrus cleared and ready. ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS While there were only 3 entries I "
See er Write .SIH.OO per acre. Guaranteed. $1995 down.? $1404 .U could vdl.marJc. the.beginning I
W. .. MAY per month. LAKE:APPLIANCECO. of an annual event that might, In ;
.> 41 Acres en Readry-CoUIer ., YU 27151. tic time, be emulated by other communities
Jordan & Pridgen Box CS' Wsleald Building county line. Easily" secetslble. throughout Florida. Some FUN6RADS
Make wonderful bunt- : .
Brsdenton, Florida .
I of us here in Clearwater are hopeful
aiffiS SERVICE STATION big camp .1&.. Near proposed ,
turnpike between Ft. 'Miscellaneous Wanted of Joining with you in en effort -
HENDtl COUNTY Lauderdale and Naples to provide a competitive outlet ,
tUt per aero.SOO for those of us who refuse to
Title I & Abstract Co. EVINRUDESales Acres. Sand, mack. 40 CLERK needed grow old.
"i llrletl-Titie acres la cane, balance suitable .* ; .
Insurance time Minimum 24 hours per Mr. Fuller is to be complimented 1
hbUe Ste.orr.plaereeJIn. for additional eane. week. Hourly rate plus mileage for his :Initiative. and foresight ,
"" 1120 Aeres, Hendry
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allowance. Written applications! Florida can use more men li
Slid,. Canal ,
8t and Park A".. along property Umber. .
.31,. P. O. Box ItS and Used Motors Make excellent: : eltnu. f2S. only to Roberta Box 350, Rt 1, like him. '"
Ottare Mmto per acre. Moore Haven Fla. Juneftc You have a lovely community ,\
Marino HardwareParts It acres mack, >planted Ineane. end I look forward to bringing my
prompt. Efficient and Accessories It family down for a little: fishingthe in li
i OF !JIB Home MIAMI delivery CTTBiAfncut Marine Safety Equipment 15 acres In "...... Close In Five Acre Tractin lake. e -s'
Phone YCkon 2-S211 (mock) Sincerely,
of Atlantic and 19 j :
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[Can Bobby GiddensYD R. E. WALDRON NorUulde.New listings on choice lots. near Cherokee i' '

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I 8 THE CLEWISTON (FJa) NEWS Tburs. May SO, 1963 his homo In Bristol. Tenn. last Honor StudentLarry BEST WISHES
Midget League Rosters Are Thursday. He was born at Bluff Eugene Cromes. !lOA of
City Tenn., on Sept. 11, 1883, end Mr. and Mrs Grover Crones was I
.J.JI" educated at Emory and Henry College born in Ckwlstoh, Florida In 1945. F
Completed at Monday DrawingAt r In Emory Va., end Draughn's He has been an honorable assetto m
J Knoxvllle. He
Business College, : his School and community.
''CLASS OF 1963 a meeting held Monday nigh LIONS was employed by the ChlnchfieM He began matriculating at Harlem
II Railroad In East Tennessee During Ms
at the Youth Center, roster* for Manager) George Kenv! Academy in 1951.
the six Midget League teams were I Danny Kriedler, Ellis dark Larry by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad years at this school, Larry has
completed, with four teams having Hall Billy Elena Wendell Ford,i with headquarters mt HuntIngton been tremendously great in his aca-
., a 20 player and the remaining 1 9!, Steve Bell, Jerry Boleubek, Freddie W. Va. demic studies and he has been af- Harlem P. T. A.
players. McGowin, Bob Kelly, Dan Beards- He was Industrial Commissioner dilated with such organizations as:
This summer, a new system hu ley.. Mike Roland. John Varnum at the time 'of his retirement and Safety Patrol, Chorus, and Student Mrs. Annie
been initiated by the team managers Mark Easer, Arthur Perry, Ronnie since has resided In Bristol, spending Council He is an active memberof Mitchell,
whereby players become the Hester, Billy Elklns, Rodney Hill. the winter months In Clewis- Friendship Baptist Church President
property of the tem by which ELKSManageri ton. In !the\ Fall, toe plans to attend
they were selected and remain : BID Baker Surviving are his wife and two Tusfcegee. Institute Ala, to fur-
i with that ,team throughout their Richard Blount, Danny Shaffer. sons: John B. Boy of dewlstan ther his education in the field] of
playing years unless traded with Robert. McKlwiey Connie Willi- end David C. Boy, Jr., of Atlanta; I Medical Science.Memorial. Congratulations
ij consent 'of ,the director eM team ford Mike Galassinl, Steve Sar four grandchildren Miss Betsy
j manager This being the first gent' Al Sanford Manuel Quint- Boy and Johnny Boy Clewiston I } ServicesA
year for the draw, managers were ana, Chris Gaylor, Brian Beards and David C III end Diane Boy, memorial service for the 27
/ I allowed todrop players, unknownto Icy, Paul Gurl.$. Gregory Mancil, Atlanta; end two sisters. Miss farm laborers whs lest their lives
them, and they were placed into Tenny Tate, Rick Baker, Tim Lula Boy, Atlanta, and Mrs. Law in a truck-bus crash. May 18, 1963 \T ''iI
I -the pool for drawing.The Hough Steve Galassinl James rence Horton. Bristol, and a bro- was held Sunday, May 26, In the iYoung's
II I BOB MOORMAN. 17, has been team which finished last, Akin Nathan! Norton, Cecil Bell. ther, Robert H. Boy of Bluff Ctiy National Guard Armory In Belle
LOOK elected president of student the previous year is entitled to Tenn. Glade, Fla. More than six hundred -
council at Mont Verde School the first draft choice'the following Services were held Saturday af- Negro and white citizens at Harlem
AHEADThe Mont Verde, Florida, where he lummer; the next to last team OBITUARYDAVID ternoon In the chapel 'of Akard tended. Services were begun at
will be a senior next term. He has second draft choice; with each services ceremonywas
C. BOYDav.ld Funeral Home end graveside 3:00 p m. This special:
is the son of Mrs. Beth N. Moor- team selecting the boy of their residentof were at the Shelby HIDe sponsored by the Belle Glade Funeral Home
C. winter
man and Jack Moorman ofClewiston. choice from the boys remaining In Boy a Bristol Inter-Racial Council. Belle Glade
Clewiston.. died! unexpectedly
the player pool.Rules Interdenominational Ministerial
also state that no team. Alliance and the Belle Glade Area
world needs may have more than five 12 year Ministerial Association.:

the inspirationand old boys or a combination of 10,, Harlem NewsEvents Program: .
WE WILL BE eleven and twelve year 'olds. This Prelude.
ideas each will make each team carry a min Opening Hymn-"What a Friend BEST
CLOSEDALL imum of five boys; ten years 'old and News Of Our Colored Community We Have In Jesus.
of you can give. and under Colored News Editor Invocation-Rev. E. Ooffle. WISHES / '
DAY ON Buren Hall, is summer baseball MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Scripture-Rev. Wm. Boland.St. .
director and is coordinating: his Phone YU 2-7631: Francis of Assist Prayer.
Jones WednesdaysUNTIL activity with Eugene Fuller di- Selection-.Choir.
T rector 'of the Clewiston Recreation Harlem Academy High School, Annual Message-Rev. J. B. Adams, pas
Department. Play is scheduled for tor St John First Baptist Church,
Texaco Service ERNIE'SBarber Midget Leaguer on Monday Wed- Baccalaureate Services And CommencementThe Belle Glade. Elbert Allen Jr.
nesday and Friday nights with Hymn-messed Be !the\ Tie thatBids. ,
Shop games beginning at ( and 8 p.rn. Baccalaureate Services -Harlem principal, faculty; and seniors .
The season opens on Monday July Academy Gymnatorlum, Sunday of Harlem Academy High Salute to the Flag-Floyd L.
ERNIE AND LLOYD 5th, and continues for six weeks June 2. 1963. 4 pan School invite you to be their guestat t Royal
------ Make-up game will be played at the annual Baccalaureate services BenedIction-Rev. S. Edwards.
the conclusion of the season, if Principal A. A. Thomas, pre and Commencement exercises Throughout !the forty-five minute
they will have a bearing on the siding. Sunday. June 2nd, at 4:00: in ,service the crowd remained sol-

league standings. Prelude Band-Mr. F L. Jones, the afternoon and Monday June em and quiet. A group of friends llflBMack's
Team managers and rosters, as 3rd *t 8:00: in the evening. The from Clewiston attended this cere--

completed Monday night are as conducting.Processional "Priests' March", Reverend. H. McNeal Harris, min, mony. .. .
follows: later Payne Chapel A. M. E.
a. Mendlessohn. Miss AEG. Thomas
ti s yis SUOARMILL UNION Church West Pat n Beach, will
..' Managers Ace Carlton i organistSelection. Power of deliver the Baccalaureate sermon.' Special NoticeThe
Hail the
; .
: rf@m George Veale. Adel Solotongo Jesus Name"-Audience. I American Legion Sugar- GroceryMr.
rn lr II Jimmy Redtsh James Suggs Steve' Scripture-Rev.. L. Holmes pastor I wr land Post No. 218 and Auxiliary
) '\ Patterson Edwin Campbell Pat New Bethel A. M. E. Church, Invites you to attend! their: Installation and Mrs. Charlie
Clark, Jimmy Forshee, Richard Clewiston. : Services and Annual Ban- Mack Proprietors
Murphy Louis de Armas, Keith ." quet, Sunday evening, June 2, ,

it''d (r @@@!ID J1W@! James Carter Lee McPhall Davis, Henry Arturo Tomeu Drake, Downing Invocation-Harlem; "The Academy Lord's Prayer High, '.tJ. 1963 Center.8:00 We p.m.are, at the expecting Recreation you

Johnny Swindle. Burt Hunt, Robert ,School Chorus. and your friends to Join us.
Selection, "For the Beauty of the
Veale, Jamia Rills Tony Ellison.
!J- and be Earth," Kocher-Chorus.
May health happiness success, yours SALUTING
Card of ThanksI
Principal i
I AMERICAN LEGION Introduction of Speaker- -
11I" Managed Ernie Miner A. A. Thomas. 1 wish to sincere THE CLASS
1'' Waldron Marine '* Sales & Service I express my
; Jim Brandon, Bobby Redlah, Jerry Sermon Rev. H. McNeal Harris thanks and deep appreciation to OF 1963
I Weaver, Frank Perry, Ricky Minister\ Payne Chapel A. M. my friends in Clewiston for their
: Miller Jack Belcher Gary Voile. I E. Church,Wept Palm Beach Fla. kindness to me at the time of the
1 I I Gary Bataav',Jofaa Brown. Greg Selection,;1***...Mount Zion Rejoice death of my grandfather, the late
r Miller Bobby Hall Mike Davis, ," HerberV-Chorus. Calvin Stokes of Plant City, Fla. American
er, Glenn Langston, Gary Hooker Andrea Remarks j I am grateful indeed for the flow- Legion
Landrove, Ernest Hughes Benediction.6Beadiction ers, cards and all the ads of
Clarence Perry, Robert Renolds +.rTbe Reverend L I, lit "y kindness that brought sunshine Sugarland Post: 218
< Jorge Arrleto, Allen Kelly. Holmes. : .1 .'j,") from behind the clouds. May God
Recessional, "The Pilgrim's '
I KIWANIS bless each and all of you.
Managers Bonny Stalls March" Mendlessohn. REV HARRISCommencement I Respectfully.
Mark Clark, Mickey Williams, Mrs. Julia Sales
.' Charles Hall Gary Wilcox George speeches will be,
1 Harper, Bobby Garrett Danny Commencement Exercises Gym delivered' by members of the senor We. the family of the late Mrs. BEST OF LUCK
Prater Dennis Stiles, Wm. Nauarrp natorlum, Monday June 3, 1953, class. Willie M. Humphries,' Julia Campbell wish to express
," Ronald Cattail David Miller, 8 p.m. t! Barbara Ganlous, and Janet Brum-, our thanks and gratitude to our GRADUATESMrs.
Allen Hammock, Wayne Ronan, field will be keynote. speakers many friends for their kindness
AJ A. Thomas presidhog. -
.. ", Cecil Keen. Fraiiuk Tomlinson, Principal. Music for both occasions will be during the Illness and passing of
George Dictoon Johnny Reynolds, |t: furnished by the high school chorus our loved one We have a spec
David Ellington, Frank Crawford, Prelude Exodus' Goal-Harlem and high school band. Local ial thanks for the doctors and
'1962 Pontiac 2-door Gary Fishbach. Academy High' School Band. I IProcesslonal. personalities appearing on pro! staff of Hendry General Hospital
,, V. F. W. .. "Priests' March" gram will be Reverends Leroy the pastor end members of New
Jet black fully equipped including air conditioning Managed Dwayne Waldron Mendelssohn!. Miss A. E. 0'1 Holmes and Otis Didley. Sr. Bethel A.M.E. Church 0. E. S. r
I A beautiful car-SPECIALLY PRICED! Jarnes' Hill, Glenn Prldgen. Mike Thomas Organist Diplomas will be Issued by Superintendent Chapter 29 B. Lily White Lodge e
:, s Kelly. Junior Norton Dan Nelson, Song "Battle Hymn of the Re. J. Homer Bible.. those who sent flowers and cards
} Bobby Garrett, Barney Bryan, public"-Audience. I Principal A. A. Thomas will preside and every little thing that was
1 Chip Fuller. J, B. Hathcock Jr., Scr1Pture-lteverend L. Holmes over the exercises. The traditional done to lift our burden. May
Chevrolet Belair 4doorSix
1962 Howard Rich, Robey Tate John Invocation The Reverend O.! caps and gowns for both the God of love continue to guide 1
Pullen. diet Booth Gary Roth, Dldley Minister Saint Paul Bap- faculty and seniors will be used. each end all of you
cylinder automatic transmission. A one own
tist Church, Glades County, For Respectfully
Billy Rich, Donald Miller
Jerry I
:. er car locally owned. Drives like new- Akin Charles Roseboom. Tarrel ida. CANDIDATES FOR Mr. Herbert Campbell and Children -

I .. i A BARGAIN FOR SURE Fielder, Donnle. Duvall. Welcome-Willie M. Humphries GRADUATIONJosle and all members of the
Selection. : !"Jacob's Ladder. M. Boze. Timothy M. Campbell family.
I Wilson-Chorus. Brown. Janet Brumfield.

I \ 'i !jt 1960 Corvair 4-door Card of Thanlu ,Addreu-Barba. J. Gainous E. Cranes Otis A. Larry.. J. S. Gajadha
President of the Senior Class. Bottle M DIxon Barbara J. Glanous .
.. Straight stick one owner, in beautiful ermine I wish to take this means of Selection. "Song of Normandy" Willie Humphries. MaUene R.
a. thanking my many friends here In (Badell)-Harlem. Academy Band. Johnson. Robert C. Johnson Jr..
t white. Perfect mechanically-A BETTER HVR' Clewiston and out of town too, for Farewell J aD't Brumfleld, Willie B. Jones. Bettye L. Lewis.
; RY SPECIAL their nice cards and lovely flow President of Student Body i Leonard Vaughn Jr., Kenneth L. .
era and their visits and most of Selection: "'You'll Never Walk Ward, Waymon L. Tate.
\ 0 all their prayers during't n1'sickness Alone; HammenUen-cboruI.
:i i 1958 Chevrolet 4-door while. I was in Lee Memorial Awarding of Diplomas P. T. A. NotesThe
Hospital In Fort Myers and *t Presentation/ of Awards and
: Six cylinder, straight stick. Cleanest one around!Ii home. You all do not know how Scholarships. last regular meeting of the '
P. T. A. for ReddickFuneral
the term SUCCESSMrs.
much I of %2 and
very appreciated it. May Selection: -Senior Class.
i Buns and handles like new. See this one first '63
i God bleu each and every one of Announcements. was held Monday night, May
'; PRICED, RIGHT you-and I will say thanks again Benediction-Reverend L. Holmes. 27. .The president, Mrs Annie HomeCongratulations
j 'I \ for remembering. Mitchel presided, devotion was
Marion C. Varaado I Organ Post ude. conducted by Rev L. Holmes, P. '
1959 Sedan T. A. chaplain. SalesCongratulati0lt
Impala Sports \ Honored guest. for the evening Julia M.

: Solid 'white, with red interior. Runs good looks was the Hnorable Homer J. Bible

I';1' : : goo Fit BARGAIN FOR ,SURE : Superintendent of Hendry County of Public He Instruction brought: Class of'63HARLEM
I very informative Information rela-
L' tive to the school operation
i' \ He very clearly explained the

I 'Brand New Hubcaps for Sale .four phases of operation.
i 1-Buildlng Program. Mr. & Mrs. Will Class of '63Hilton's
I :; All Sizes and Shapes SALES New or Used 4-Maintenance.The Wallace

f'f'i i $1.00 up financial statue was read by ,
m 8' and 10' wide as low as $200 down the treasurer. Proprietors

There will be a special can
I SEE meeting the near future.

Hospital News
Chunk Wells
..1 at Hwy II lot at OR at 1131 N. Tram
I City Limits jm cress Edisoan. Patients admitted: Dorothy Bur.
OX <4-SCM< Brld .. Wu WT. MM Toughs Mary Adderley Orville
Lewis Robert Bell Johnnie Lee I
I MOTOR CO. ..... : Hines Rude Lewis. Alfred Walker .. .
;. Mary Helen Hewey:
Chevrolet, Olds, J& PontiacSALES.SE&VICEPAITS WORCEL. MOBILE HOMES, Inc., White.Patients Orvllle remaining Lewis Joslyn e n n Nor-' t h

: thover Mary Adderley. Helen. Hew. ESQUIRE'CLOO Grocery
: Fort Myers Fla. ey Alfred Walker.. Ryland Cart Mattie
>fJ Sugarland: Hwy. Clewiston Johnny King. Rudea Lewis Cabel Walter Holmes Thurston and
I .' rfcM TV MW Hall. Janle Zeigler, George Baker Hilton Proprietor.f.
Johnnie Hines ,


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Awards Highlight' Class' Graduation Issue The Clewiston News Ii

Section Twofohan .t

Night Program; Monday

Pbetaw GuorontokL Sea 345.3. PM-Sub. $4 Per Year CLEWISTON: FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 30. 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 22 I '\:,

410 out- wen to Donna ------- -
Radish t member
p.jeperked the CIuI.serclel of tie Junior class Women Bowlers .

: ., beld Tuesdar; eveII Trfe Klwania Award to the Sen- CHS Graduates Largest :

tII. .cbool gymnatoiuro lor Roy] and Girl based on leadership Award TrophiesMrs. .
Janet Slewed. va1edictlOr- citizenship and academicstanding I

*1 the valedictorian award was presente4 by dub Winnie. Plank Lake Harbor hr'I I

h r* .deriuc awards la Eng- President Gervln Pitzen to Janet president of 'th! >e Ladies of Lake
JIll! and Class in HistoryThe i
Math and Soda Studlea Slewpt Bill Swayne. Bowling League presided at the
I Marian Tokleda ealuta1xJll.Jd Tip! American Legion Awards, distribution of trophies and elec-
)I1sI .alutatoriaD award based on citizenship leadership, tion of officers at the annual League I
1110II Cbt sad Band awards. loyalty, (achievement, and othersimijar banquet Thursday night largest class: in fee history arland Auditorium where a sta.e"

!lie ScienCi Schick woo the qualities were presented by U. S. Sugar Corporation team, of Clewlston High School willInII'ch will be erected, a public address ,
SaD1 Installed, and light' end
Dan' system
) Economlci: Awud.'DitSt McCarthy: rperesentlng! the of Polly McLendon, Sara Cato, down the aisle at commencement for'a :
seating placed capacity au- >
gone dewlston Post, to!
academic awards were to Richard Herring Judy Vann and Leona White and Sally Twonsend tonight to receive their diente. The area win be sprayed :: ,

.tudtntt; whoM grade durlnIif The Danforth I won first place trophy; Sports diplomas from the county superintendent for mosquitoes In the late after '
I:be of high! echoo were Foundation Awards Shop team Charlie Wilson, Win the
tea J the subject 8tAIdies.1bt presented to an outstanding Bens: nie Plank Della Faye. Waldron of public Instruction J. noon. Should will 'be rain moved occur: indoor tii;
if biib111 Jot boy end girl selected by the and Opal McKinley won second H. Bible. There are 53 candidates ceremony
In the physical edu- at the auditorium.Sugarland .
wards faculty for their leadership ability.I place trophy and Parkinson'steam for graduation in this the 30th
yyni: wd went Lindsey.to Mite Bruce Wai- went to Janet Siewert and Bin Eunice Cothera. Nell Claw- W. H. ZANIER BEAMS WITH THE WINNING TEAM SPONSORED commencement, of the schooL Last music for the Band recessional< will and provide processional -
me1le Swayne.
the athletic award. I son Virginia Thomas and Sally BY U.S. SUGAR CORP.. In the Women of the Lake Bowline Lean. year's class was of 48 members and will play; preceding: I
kOEy twe award went toackie Carrol Redlsh class president Walker won third place trophy. Mr. Lanier represented the sponsoring In accepting the trophy at the Weather permitting, the ceremony I the program while the audience:
.erlcu1: Used on out- opened the program with a word, The trophies were presented to the Bowling Banquet last Thursday Team members left to right. are wiD be held outdoors on the Is gathering.
; Jickman. farming proITlMdershlp of welcome to the audience and sponsoring organizations and in- Sara J. Cato, SaBy Townsend Polly McLendon and Leona White each lawn Immediately In front of Sug-
supervised interest InkUnl Introduced Bill Swayne Student dividual trophies! to each team holding her Individual first place "oph-8TAFF PIIOTO. The seniors have voted to use
ability four of the leading graduates as
Council. President member.U. .
who was Master l
work and becoming of McLendon. The Pit Room of the Glade Restaurant speakers. Miss Janet Siewert and
bled In some phase of agrtgltllK and testament Ceremonies. The last will S. S. C. won the high three Elected. officers for the coming was appropriately; deco Women Form Miss Mariaa Tokleda are valedlo
of the class game trophy and Old South BarBO.
.: read by Janet ; year were Mrs.]' Charlsle Wilson, rated for the event with bowling torlan and salutatorian respectively
; Siewert the class Dora Tisfa Blount
Bandmaster Jack Scott presently history by Molly Mullins; Belcher president; In.:l Llneberger\ vice pins balls and bright flowers. The Hospital AuxiliaryOrientation : and will deliver the opening
: and the Edna Smith and JoAnn ,
the senior band award to. Mar.lj class ; Spurting president; Dora Belcher, secretaryand array of trophies also added to the wed closing talks. The prescient
TbUeda and the John Philip prophecy was presented. by the second place trophy Hare Leola Vaughan? treasurer decorations.your of the first groupof of the student council Bill Swayne
to Alan Jones. Cheryl Bennett. I. Lumber A: Ready Mix team Elea- members of the newly; formed and !the president of jam\ award The curtains: of the stage parted, nor Kehoe. Vonell Berry Jenny -I Womens Auxiliary; of Henry General class, Carol Redlsh are the other
I f D Boehmer supervisor ofEquation revealing a setting! In Hawaii.I Hendry. and Helen Elate, won first goal, "and I'm sorry .to tell Hospital will start June 1, speakers
fcrtte Seminole Indians.luamaced 1983 where the '63 graduates place trophy for high team game, BPW you this-is sheer hard work" he under the supervision of Mrs. Principal James E. Brandon will
that scholarships have gathered for journey to class re and the Sport Shop team the second said. "Even In this push button Anna Mae Jones Hospital Adminlstrator. briefly present the class certifyIng
to the two Seminole uclo Senior Girls"Set
lee awarded place trophy; age, there te no substitute that each has completed the
fftdustM: Nancy: Frank to a bust After the presentation of the Polly: McLendon won the trophyfor work." 101'I I The group, composed of 13 member requirements for graduation and I
la college Jn Fort Lauderdale awards by .Principal Brandon and, high individual three games, your goal In life high and Mrs. Marjorie Daughtrey; met Monday; evening BIt the' Superintendent Bible will presentthe t I
liod DaD Osceola to a college in others Jimmy Davis and Vernelle and Vouch Berry: the second place. then work hard to achieve it," sided at the luncheon in the preI absence I home of Mrs. J. P. Sexton and diplomas.

Oklahoma Llndsey presented gifts from the Pat Baker won high Individual Rev Henry Ford told the Senior of club president. Mrs.. Harriet heard Mrs. J. Fred Baker reporton Chosen as marshals for the commencement
I 'He W. 0 W. History award class to Harold Estep and Mrs. game and men Llnegerger the second girls :Tuesday; at a luncheon ait ZaueL Mrs. Bowden' the conference of the West Central : exercises: are these
inn presented by Shell] William Mildred Yates the ,class spon place trophy. the Clewlston Inn. Hostesses were Beryl District of the American Fed- members of the present Junior
lit lay Miller of the 8th grade sors. "Without your untiring efforts Inex Llneberger' won the Most members of the Clewlston Business Introduced the speaker Each girl eration of Hospital Auxiliaries class: : Phyllis Crouch: Christabel

Bud Chris Kelly of the lltfc grade and encouragement many; Improved Bowler award with 21 and Professional Womens Club acknowledged the welcome of the which she attended recently; in Kelly, Debbie Kemp Cheryl Lee

n** awards ere to students of us, would not be here tonight" pins. The speaker, pointed out that club by Introducing herself] and Sarasota. Mike Mazzlna Tommy; Moore

migtaialof: \ the highest. average the students told their sponsors. ,! Each of the trophies were appropriately graduates will have wonderful opportunities ) stating her chosen: line of work. The local Auxiliary; plans to holda Beverly; Preston Barbara Rlgby .:
history class. ; engraved with the In many fields of en- Other guests were Mrs. Henry bake sale on June 15th and invite and Fred Rlgglo.
'The disco Home Economics: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Christian name of the winner and the winning deavor and he expressed pleasurethat donations of baked foods from Parents and friends of the graduates
Ford Mrs. Vlda Miss!
Ttofhj! presented to the student land family will leave Saturday score or record. most of them had already Tomllnson. anyone who would like to help are cordially; invited to attend
Inth the greatest accomplishment ; for a month' stay at Sand Door prizes were won by Sally; chosen 'a field for their. future Ruth Jones Helen McKinley Mrs. with this work Please phone YU the commencement exercises

|j Home EC: projects this year Drift at Fort Myers Beach. Townsend. Pat Baker and. Polly work The best way; to achieve Claire Owens, and Harold Estep. 22781. which will start at eight O'clock.

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Page 2 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS. Thun.' May JO, 1983 for the effort added Fuller. JUNE SCHEDULE
t SECTION TWO Physical FitnessQuadrathon The walk was unheralded, and
was held over a drcuttuous route FOR RECREATIONA
Is Set In the residence area. Some spectators DAR SINCbRONSoNORp,1
Loves BookkeepingNANCY wondered at the three who schedule of recreation eventsfor
I methodically clicked off the yards the month of June< in dewiston
# the best .' For Youth CenterA during the early afternoon hour shows that this city wm be active. C
for the race, which started at two along with thousands of others to
1 o'clock. the nation in observing June as
of Physical Fitness Quadrathon first such walk National Recreation Moo. *.
Contest will be conducted: at fee Since this is the
Wetberakl Youth Center on June held in the state and was A. A. U. I "Free Time A Challenge to
everything 3rd, as pan of the program celebrating Sanctioned: Miller's 52 min SIsec. Free Men" is the slogan> for the
June as National Recreation stands as the record lorFlorida. month and Gene Finer Recreation
I Monday. The contest: will be Director, potent to President
extension of the program inaugurated Kennedy t&fttetaent ta approviac
r an 1
mere than a year, ago this slogan: -Recreation can be a
by he dewiston Recreational: Department meaningful expression of our pI'Ii -
.' to promote Physical: Fit- _, fitness, ear meats alertnessand Q
:; I'n our cultural development'The
following events are now
scheduled lot June: '
: 'j"" It I iIiAIomo June 1-TrVOty Swim Meet In C.I YOUR ,ACCOMPLISHMENT

"i: "'j art GODS Ft Myers.
: June 3-Physical Fitness Contest

:It. medals, named in at Youth Center.
Stagg Motor
I June 4th-Water Ballet program Clewiston CompanyA
I! 'peg FRANK honor of the well-known athlete r begins at Pool
If who passed his 100th birthday last
June 4th Junkr and Senior LifeSaving
l',' 'f'fI Nancy Frank 20, a daughter of year, win be given the high sooner Courses- begin
Mr. and Mr*. Willie Frank of the in each age group, both boy June Bth- Adult Women's Swimbeam.
''I'' if the and girls.
Big Cypress Reservation .
: We are happy first Seminole girl to graduate! Each person will compete against tr'eT1 Lex.oo June< 14th and 15-Swim Team at
": from Clewiston High School and standard set up for his or) her Jar
:Fort )IJuI-Registration
;i: ;' to extend to the first girl from her home reservation age group, and 'their performance Swim Lesions at pool .
to complete her high win be tabulated with points ,
Joe Central
June< 17th-Registration
'if Ii all sincere J school education In Fkrida schools. equivalent to the number of flush- Playground: Program.
/ "1 love accounting and plan to ups or other exercise they do. Ale June lath-Firs Session Swim
':i best t wishes. enter Broward Business School: In groups are 6-7; 8-9.10-11; ; 12-13.; Lesson begin.
the tall,- Nancy eald Monday 14-15; and 16-18 The' four events June 21st Box Hockey Tournament
night She wan born on .the Big are aprlnU, ak.-ups ((1 minute)
': Van Cothern CyptM Reservation and has spent standing broad jump, and push June 28th Tetherball Tournament
her entire life there with the exception
of one year when she at- ups.Physical Fitness certificates will
I Custom Furniture & tended schools in Oklahoma. She be presented all who qualify.
baa attended schools in Immoka- Those wishing to take part are LIFE SAVING
1 lee. and Everglade City and the urged to register at the Wether- 1963r11A'
.: ; Upholstering last five in ClewUton where she eld Youth Center COURSES OFFEREDJunior
.: has been very. popular with her
f classmates. and Senior courses In a
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: CAPE ENGINEER Life Saving will be taught at the
\ C. S. Mott Swimming Pool starting
:! PIZZASuffarland I Future 'PhoneGrowth WINS 5-MILE WALKA June 4th. with Mrs. Patsy: OCartton .
With deep flection wi as teacher. All boys aDd
Is Told 5-Mile Olympic Development girls 13 years end over are eligible
wish luck and
; Pharmacy A.A.U. Sanctioned Walk: was held you goad o take the Junior course; and aU
;: t To Rotarians in Clewiston Sunday: under the success in all things II years or over are eligible for
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I auspices of the Clewiston Recreational Senior course.
Pete McClelland. Belle Glade Department The Y.M.c.A. method win be
area representative of Southern Winning time was 52 minute 81 The Sport Shop followed assess will atari at
Bell Telephone System, was guest! seconds made by Bob Miller. of t:30 p.m. on Monday, June 3rd.
p speaker at Rotary Club Monday: Cocoa Beach. John Turnbull alClearwater +OOH006060KEEP-.AAAAA. . A.AAAAAA. . ..y
i and told of the rapid growth and was second with 55.0..00.. ...
"I. minutes 298 eeconds and Randle SWIM
development In communication CLASSES Price
systems during the last] decade. Hatfield Oewlston placed third
i "Even more fabulous things are with 1 hr. 5 nun. 15 8 ec. OPEN FOR WOMEN
a ahead of us," he said. Miller: is an engineer: employedat UP THE
Among the items till in the experimental Cape Canaveral by Pan American Swimming lessons Jar women Yes. This diploma is a jewel
stage is an electronic ; Trumbull b an attorney end will be offered at ttbe C. S. Mott
office, a completely new type ol Katfield is a student claM '84, UN -! Swimming Pool, starting at <.30 because it is the first great
which ie BOW being tried out In Oewlston. High School. p.D1.; on Thursday June 6ih. Recreation of life. We
New Jersey. Push button dialingwill Walking is a comparative newcomer Director Gene Fuller announced attaerement your,

replace the prevent rotary in to he United realm of popular, said this week. kopc :it is .lie' first jewel lo
0 dials and all telephone numbers sport the States Mrs. Patsy O. Cartoon VIE instruct
t will. be composed of dlgit4he letter Eugene Fuller, recreational di the course. All women interested successes.Bond .
prefix will be eliminated.. he rector. Competitive walks are far in swimming classes are greater 1963I'
different. from
i iII' 0 said..All of the change wffl, make walkers use a well-developed. tech- .I the'elm.TriCity. ; ... ......- .......... ,:- .,.,
II alette'which. gives greatest speedThis ... : oor.
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II I IU 62% In number and 141% In dollar '
U .: Investment during the past decade At Ft. Myers Pool Street :Jewelers l

said the speaker,,__. Gewieton I Recreational I
'r' Department
Telephone companies expect the expects to send about U boy* '......;. .:.. .0. .. .. .. . . .. ..,..J
number of overaeas calls to read) and girls to Fort Myers to participate
100 million annually by 1070. Mid I rA .: in a Southwest Florida
> McClelland, indicating the expansion TrKaty Swim meet next Monday
I:' in services and equipment. ( 1963 GRADS Swim teams from Sarasota Fort
which in ahead in the' world. olcommualcations. Myen and Oewiston will compete.
,""' This' is the first outof-town meet
'I May success j jcontinue With Tel Star I and Tel Star D for the local swimmer this year 'cONGRATULATIONS1.'GRADUATES
the world 1*envisioning iwtW'of loess
to communications d the globe We extend 'oth' -re- .
U shrinking with each technoiogio- gardt and salute Flag EtiquetteThe
al and scientific, breakthrough, OF
be A ,
J your pointed out the speaker..Telephone each of you forIour proper method of hoisting.
companies want. to please the pub achievement. the American flag for display at
: lie and to keep their services efficient half-etaff is to raise it to the top
BembryRambler so hey are researchinj, of the flagpole, hesitate briefly, 1963
and experimenting constantly. then 10it to the half- tatt po
Motors Gene Fuller introduced the t sition..
speaker, and Carlos Dickey.: presided B & B Supermarket On Memorial Day, it 1* properto
at the meeting. dbpley: the flag at half-staff
rf ; i until noon, when it is raised to the
l I I top of the staff! and flown then !
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Everyone) ) in your borne town wish you well and congratulateyou

Graduation and the many activities joint. */ OH tbit. 'o"-I IIOJI' ,
4 associated with it makes a happy Clewiston. : '.'" J lIIlA. upon this your graduation.Hare .

t "'n'\ time. We are glad for you and wish .

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New Law Bring All Boats Future Marine? ,THE CLEWISTON!: (Fla.) NEWS SECTION, Thurs.TWO. May SO 1M3 Page ILaByer's j, \

3 c GREETINGS Under State Safety ProvisionsA T'i' !, p, I II! i' l

Legislative Act which brings I cause damage to an unattended (
aU boats in Florida under the ed vessel make every reasonable
vision of the safety provisions\ of effort U locate. the owner !
the stnte motorboat law spells out of the damaged vessel and advts ''.1
safety equipment and lighting requirements him of the accident. "L.
and tighten enforce,. One of the moat significant provisions '!ii.,.

}'t1" AH. good 1 wisher to each. cf' you Farrl meat baa BryantThe been caned by Gov. to Conservation of the new Director law according: Randolph ; 'i/i'

1 fore carter of lucctuful new boating safety law Hodges, chairman of the'p ',
sponsored by the Florida Boat Florida, Boating: Council &< r
,.chi.v.m0nts. .ing Council and the Legislative the uniform safety and navigation
Council beeonu: effeetfv system of the Natboal Motorboai ', .
July 7.Under. Council It also sets up machinery
Rape's Standard Service Station the DeW )aw, the aafety' under which' local government' ,
regulations apply to aU vessel operating and private groups may markbating :",
ton the navigable waterway channel: not marked by (
or Inland the Coast Guard. Markers wtllbe "
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treams or any other water inFlorida. eII recognizable DON OSCEOLA "
Under tile former law, by.all boaters. 'i'
The Legislature fa to be Don Osceola. 20, son of Mr. and ,
the commended
lately equipment and \ ,1f\
lighting MM. Henry Osceol: of the Big 1 ,, .
upon enactment of this (
DIG requirements: applied only tomotorboaU Cypress> Reservation is the tat. :::
J new boating bill amid Bodge
IN Td! 16 feet or longer.'
Formerly, Florid law "It will add much to the pleasure! young\ man from hi* home reservation '
merely Motel
: of recreational boating by UIUI1nIareatel' to graduate from a Florida
adopted the rule and
high school and the first Seminole
of the U. S. Coast safety for aU person
\\1'P' Guard relating
boy to graduate In CJewirion.
using our waterway,
We know will boating safety equipment and
you "dig la"
A native of the Big Cypress, .
running light Under the
I 'u you begin, now to mate state law. the Coast Guard new requirements Don answered, to the name of Dan Be Wise Advertise In The News
Field Day Set until hi* birth certificate revealed <
: M' yoor place b the world Wo were spelled out and his \ moniker.

I ,! .are.tare this ume'ibffity bag la b addition carry an all oar boats or are paddle required an For Forage Crops Don attended school in Moore 1II111 lIllIIlIIr"r 1r411111111111II1[ 1111! nlllll LallllrlrlllllrllCliliillllllllllll"W'1I1I1i1ll11'I' !

tit,f.. brought you to till time anchor. and. a rope of appropriate Results research> on various Haven end CWwkton where be
length. played football for three yean,
phase of forage and
when you\ are honored at The pasture crops basketball three years, track care
running lights required for production will] be presented and
Ut 1 / Graduation. operation of boats between sundown discussed at the annual Forage year end was a member of the BB
; ; Future Farmers of America. Don
and also
sunrise are spelled and Pasture Crop Field Day &1 t
plans to enlist in the "If
out In the new tate Jaw Belle Glade. .
l I am not accepted in the Marine,,I
'., The Florida Motorboat Law Siapectt Member of the Everglade :r.:.
plan to enter in Oklahoma
1959 did not
; next fall" be Mid just prior '
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responsibility Jar eodbroa
I Primary responaibUlty for rsenta to ctaemlght Monday.periment I
meat fell to the various I

1 tl under 'Iheir general powers. The Station staff: will conduct I I
r new law places enforcement responsibility a j job, well the program and tour of he
i. not only In the various experimental,, pica.Participating .
sheriffs, but in the Florida Conservation .
staff will be R.J.
Patrol the wildlife of done. .. Allen, Jr., Assistant Agranomist;
Hegira of the
State Came and Freeh
F. T. Boyd Agronomist; T. M I
Water Fish. Commission and ,
Caeselman, assistant Agricultural
Kelley's Market other authorized law enforcement
Engineer; W. T. Forsee. Jr., I
officers. I Chemist te charge; W. G. Genung,
The new few also eimplifie the
-- associate Entomologist; V. 1LANmal
procedure for reporting! boating: accidents.
Green Jr., associate Agronomist;
Under former law. boating C. E. Haines assistant
Accidents causing personal Injury Husbandman; A. E. Xretsohmer
or damage in excel of HO Jr., associate Agronomist; Pen
bad to be reported to the sheriff .
LeGrand assistant
Sugarcane -
of the county In which the accident Agronomist; J. R. Oreenlgo Mt: {? Mfi
occurred within 10 days.
aestotant Horticulturist: : t; end F. H.
often was Inconvenient :Thba Thomas, assistant Soils Chemist
ly for those boater from
state or from another county. The Ken Price assistant county' ,,,,
new law provide that aeddentaIDwIWII agent of. Palm Beach county 'wfllpreside. Step into the future without

damage to another veeset ., "
or dock: h excess: of 925, Research reports presented !will, best wishes for
capslzlngs, dating or personal in- Include: Sweet Stalk Corn; Field happiness
Jury must be reported within 36 Corn Varieties; Forage Crop Introductions and f fine .
tours, but permits report1 to b* : ; Sugarcane for Forage many accomplishments. I
be made to a Conservation or and Fresh Crop; Weed Control inField II.
Wildlife Officer. ;1I .and Forag Crops; Graitne l I..
The saw .saeasw alse 'reOlre Triall'HUllll; Pasture and ron"Crop.1Meou..l'enIJIIatioD .. I
r thai .... r end -
any ptrssai ROYALS IN{ / I
Forage Crops; Mechanical: Treatment .I w-\t.
of Forages, Sorghum for

.E.r Extension Staffs 3 South Pasture Florida Legumes.and Summergrowluff 1,__. 11110...." _

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shown Saturday to member of he fI I
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tails of an he State ExperimeotStatiau I
of Florid. Personnelfrom ,. .',' ,tXl&" 0.Ir ,t
th* various experiment stations 'J>'
each to Ire If'
I meet once year review are proudof "
< > their. programs in order to
The coordinate the work end to avoid you for the aM
next few
1.1; years duplication: This year the meeting -excellent{ Job :
E' wee at the Everglade Experiment I ,
will offer opportunity Station at Bell Glade. you have done.I )
After! completing the work of (fa* :ii t
for great'achievements.. May alwayt
meeting'member were taken I you I

;(Good luck! Best wishes! a they tour vlsHed of the Sugarland area. At Ranch Gewfcrtan(he have good luck

feedlot operation of Bob Baas, and
the ranch of Wm. T. StItt. BeardsleyNashInsurance
In the afternoon. the tour WM
Canebrake Restaurant continued to the ranch of Tommy
Branson a* Moore Haven Approximately Agency I
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Page THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, '!bur.., May 30, 1083 era! governments in food and diet Plant Operator extension through Service of tile University .
I, SECTION TWO Edison Junior planning. aDd served .s food consultant of norMa In cooperation. with PIZZA
in Mveral/ areas of the Take Short Course I
I State Board of Health.
SCHOOL'S our: United States. Under the sponsorship f YU
I :'" Offers Summer of the French government, Four men from the dewiaton Attending were Lynn Yoder, Leo 2-3311
Mr. Corbin produced a manual for water treatment plant of United Wheeler, Johnnie. Heater and Jimmy Sugarland
the better use and preparation of States Sugar Corporation enrolled Walker. Pharmacy
Nutrition Course food in Haiti addition to this
In a short course for plant operators -
he has operated his own hotelwhile ---
Edison Junior announce in HaitL He is consideredan u>d attended nightly sessions 1
a special course to nutrition to be expert.in preparation and use at the Ugh school building in Fort -
offered during the summer session of tropical food product: Myers last week. The course wasT
beginning June 1Q. The course 1*
part of the Hospitality Program to
I begin at the College In the rail.
To be Included In the course will
be basic element of nutrition In
relation to the normal diet with
special application to menu and flL/-S
I food preparation. Offering three aim
hours of college: credit the course
'! will be of epecial Interest to nurses SEMORI'SEMORI'
luncheon workers, teachers,
and housewives.
May happiness and success be yoursto
Tb. course will be held for six
weeks beginning June 10, from
These boys are In a vacation world el their own little realising 9.00: ..m. to 10:45: am Monday enjoy throughout your life
feat the-are walking on the wrong aide of the read. One wrong step through Friday.Mr. WE CONGRATULATE, .
pate them directly In the path of your ear. ,
Donald Corbla will instruct
nit places I great deal of moral reiponiIblllty on year shoulders, EACH ONE OF YOU
the course. Mr. Corbin baa the
Mr. MoIGriaLabeD Bachelor and Master degree from Redish Standard Service
Oil Company' Traffic Safety Center, says "Youngsters are
Wayne State !In Nutri and Grace
M looter restricted to potted school tones. look for them to do the University George Nottingham
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''In < honias Carlyle -said: "An educated equipped! to meet the prc is

; Your 7lr mart stands, as it were, in the midst an individual. ,tJ

!i1 r \J) of a boundless arsenal and rJagaThat is
why is .
Hands s sffjr 1 zinc, filled WIth all the weapons and .You have omple d a of so important. education '
part your
engine which man's skill has bcegableto'de1,
>training but it
must not
stop. You
vise from the earliest time.
t 'Ct', ;A I' tl 'n musf>< seekrmdre education and training if youarcto

; ; Applying these words ttf the "American ?' *flfldmtplace for yourself in the! era ofgreat.technolpgical -
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I.' : scene they become more important than'when change now taking place'

I YapW, 'a written. More than ever before. in the'world's in'this' country.

.! I history, it is the educated man and woman': : ;'the We
I urge you to prepare yourself; to the*
trained people who will find' 'them .
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selves working and members l pf .
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N H lIof : < 'an exciting society In the. next, few..decades.. HAndnowwejomyourfamilyfrieiidsandlthe i '

: entire community in wishing each of you]1
1"3: i .. f If you take advantage of the ,opportunkk well whatever' endeavor .

'U.\r 4' offered*young people today, you_will, as the future. you may plan fo.t-...".

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