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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Waterway America The jl '


Sweetest Town Clewiston News ,



Slated for Barge Use Beturn

Postage Guaranteed Sec 345.3 PM-Sub. $4 Per Year
OJEWISTON FLORIDA, THURSDAY JUNE 6. 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 23 /


tioii for regular l The company has (through "
PTkUbobee Waterway. .tor erahip or lease) 1,000 own- Chamber OK'sMerchants "
acres of
tilt ?ute barge traffic to being Umerpck and ,It is estimated good,that DaysAt County Officials ,:,.t
1n thiJ weelt by the lIe the supply will last for 50
} t years of the request of Richard Phelps,
dry Rock> Company wbichSJP digging The limerock meets aU chairman of the merchant com
I
clul a barge-loading JOlt specifications for grades 1 and Z mittee of he Clewiston Chamberof '
side 600 feet 10DI and 20 feel of the state requirements for high. Commerce, the directors of that
lest '
011 \the bank of the Cal !J > way construction. body approved plans for a com

deeP utchlt River three miles west offf Other products such as fertilizer munity-wide; sale promotion during Get Salary Raise I i
be
can made of the ed
president out Matthews. U
Maibews. the
need for said he had been approached -
Jnwtf. said W0110118 bavel highway and construction material Cleaf.tan, r rqM; by merchants in ..I/
PoA regard
tour barge lnea. diminishes the dt Hendry County officials will let as a surprise. to local residents,
brtim wIth compao* cin go In- to such a promotion and his survey 1.t
been. \the Intention. of the rock to the fertilizer business. Tint lime- of a raise in pay as the result of the since there had been no open discussion .' '
"Ji I ,* to contract with barge rock is rich in calcium retailers in Clewiston revealed general salary bills passed by the of a proposed salary raise ,,{ ''rprlol' .
magnesium that most of them'
were
major officials, to the time the. bill's
to haul rock from its ex2Sve and other minerals. enthusiastic about the legislature. The contents
ton plans.
rock pIts to both east and The present slip The who were getting 19,000 annuallywere became known.y
permits directors
the voted to approvethe raised to each The bill Is bill "
$9,500 exceptthe salary a general
cost coasts of the state. leading of two barges at one time, plan which does',,not require
sheriff and county judge who and comes before' each legislature -
Is about w
its rock or six
of own barges
hsuling each T Chamber
Shale day each re. financing at their regular were raised to $9,850. (The major as routine matter. Each legislator
of the compU1. barge
concern containing: 1,000 to ,,.
plenary 1,500 tons *- i IMI pim HJBP > I I ? meeting Tuesday noon atHobble's
!DK will also be of limerock BIG officials are the tax collector: assessor la provided with a form in
inland port CYPRESS
the FLA. I U new a coaling address Jimmle Cypress Restaurant clerk of circuit court which to Insert the
u superintendent llgurci be recommends :
.vallible for other uses. Heavy The Hendry County Rock Company Postmaster ef the newest office located In a store on Bit Cypress I I President Dick Baker also received of schools judge and for officials In his county -
In- Seminole
lQuJpmeDt ill now beinI barged is owned by Mattehws and Kesenratlon In Hendry County The new office became op reports from other committees. sheriff). Representative C. E. Miner,

b tile area at great saving over Luther Graham. Graham, who is crates on June ilL Contract for carrying the null U Big Cypress W A. Davis of Plaza Motel discussed The supervisor of registration received who confirmed the salary raisesIn

other I modes of transportation. vice president, has been hi the and return, a distance of 9] miles went .. Mile E. Johnson, a retired U.S. 27 Highway Association a $300 raise, bringing his e. telephone conversation with

.f. anticipate that heavy ma- area for many year and formerly \"Lrrf'nt! JohnMI1 wW make the run each Monday Wednesday promotion and said a pictureand salary to $ .900. This is not considered The News representative Tuesday,
HU! will be brought Into South owned and operated the Caloosa Friday There were more than O requests: for First Day Covers ad of Clewiston could be placed a full-time job in Hendry said he Assumed full. responsibilityfor

florid and this area ta connec Rock Company. Matthews, a realtor of the new postal station said A. W Bias, Clew stoa restmsster. The on the new maps for an additional county. the raise. He said the salaries
bl'ltb'maJI1 developments and of Fort Laulerdale Big Cypress office will be tributary to the Clewiston font' $75 from the Chamber. Directors
is a former Office.
of construction' Salary of. the members of the as passed by the session are in line
!fe vast amount department store executive who I voted to approve this, provided school board were raised from with other counties of comparable
with thisha
normal
ridchbas become found retirement not to. his liking the advertising: committeehad size.
$1,800 to $2,100. The county commissioners -
growing! part of the state. It He and Graham bad been hunting County Community College $75 for the purpose which was received' a raise from

I ibo possible and very feasible companions for years, and he be- not spent nor commuted. $2.100 to $2,400 annually each, plusa
II barge In oil tankers at a great came interested in
the
limerock: $300 Health Director
mileage each
payment year
aviDlln Matthew transportation costs, business through this association. Advisory Committee Named= Fred Collins Gets The !total Increase In salary of
Hid The
new company was formed the county officials is $7,000.
Last week ,the company loaded Makes Kiwanis
early this year purchasing some Mrs. Harriet Zauel Mrs. Helen. lags annua.JySeptember] and The raise in salaries will coma :
ia eijcrimental, barge. to go to of the assets of
the Calooaa Com Weetman sad Dr. L. O. Vaughanof In February.; ," I
1000 tons of llnv ;
Canaveral Baylor
Cape and DegreeIn
pany Graham and Matthews Clewiston, Mrs Roy N. Wede- Committees of similar Plea Wednesday
lUCk were loaded in four hours, joined forces to nature are BWI Liason Officer
expand the bus
kind and Mrs. W. E. Dlckson of being formed In'each of .
under the of in- the counties -
handicap
an
mi nnplete slip iness. The company now has 20 LaBelle have been named by J. R. served by Edison Junior Col- Dental Dies At Home Here Dr. Wm. F. Hill, Jr.. director of
.
employees.The Spratt .. members of .. SurgeryErnest the
the Com lege. Their primacy function is to Glades-Hendry Health Depart*
company Is looking\ far into munlty College Committee for Hen- serve a* llason Between the community Richard I. Walker 55 llason officer meat made. plea to Klwaniaas for

PCA Conference the future, said Matthews. En- dry County. Mr. Spratt Is the Hen- and,the college and to assist Frederick Collins on4n- for the British West Indies serious consideration of a health

thralled with the! natural beauty dry County member of the Edison In recruitment! at students; law of Mr., and Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Central Labour Organisation collapsed clinic building and urged more active

of the area be pointed out that the Junior College Advisory Committee. orientation .of students; publicity Clewiston. wa graduated from and died of an apparent participation in the mobile

Emphasizes RoleOf limerock will be excavated alongan He is also chairman of the and promotionon college pro Baylor University College of Dentistry heart attack at his home Monday x-Rsy program. Dr. Hill made his

orderly pattern. 'so that when Hendry County school board. grams; securing "of gifts and financial Dallas Texas :May 27 with afternoon' talk at the Wednesday luncheon of

the work is ended, there will be Members of the commute will aid, Inchjding scholarshipsand the Doctor of Dental Surgery de- Mr. Walker had just arrived in the club, held at the Clewiston Inn.

Farm Capital small slips and waterways along hold their organizational meeting funds. for Assistance to students gree. Clew ton Friday, assuming the Bob Harris' LtTGoveraor of

which a beautiful residence area soon, and then will hold two meet- who Deed such aid to continue Degree were conferred' by Dr. position of C. T. Deacon, who has the 14th District and five visiting
"Die need for more capital In may be built. "Most companies in college., Abner V. McCall President of served in that capacity here for Klwanlans of Lake Worth, were

ifriculture is eootInul.oc..ocordIII today l'e41b6that land reclamation .. I Baylor Untve lily, Waco Texas of several'years and Walker had not present for an intercub meeting.

!is to Mr. D G.; dick, director of can be accomplished with comparaUve CITY MANAGERHAS which the College of Dentistry I Is actually' reported for work. Dr. Hill, who was introduced by

!the Bndenton Production, Credit ease If it i is planned early; Open Aid June 26 apart He is survived" by his wife Eunice Fred Sikes based his talk on two
Auociatton, who has enough While c :-aM a. Richard phases of the health
just returned we are digging and Dr. Collins was member of the son Delghton, department

ton the annual conference lor stockpiling limerock.: we are also RESIGNEDCity On US'27 To ,S.; Bay Junior American Dental Association : of Canada. He first stressed the need for

directors of production credit ..- looking forward to the day when a student member of the Texas Services were conducted Tuesday I bu.11dInalacW1I1es to house a Clew,

wiatiju held in Jacksonville. this work U over, and we hope to Manager C. M. Plrkle has Bids for the 4-ianlng{ of US 27 Dental Association a memberof afternoon, with R.y, RIchard Iston Clinic and office. Presently, a

Reports at the conference indU leave this beautiful spot as attractive submitted his resignation as city from Lake Harbor to South Bay the Baylor Odontologies Honor Knight of the First Methodist partUme'of11ce is open on Bond I

sled that the use of capital using as'we found It." manager, on the advice of his will be opened In Tallahassee on Society end Delta Sigma Delta Church officiating Pallbearers street, where records are kept and

tetoolojy and reorganization: of physicians following recurring at- June 26, according to announcement dental. fraternity were Delghton Walker Alberta transported back and forth to the

!hem nuts far efficiency is contlniBf. tacks Illness.. Mr. Pirkle said the by the State Road Department Dr. Collins wa* graduated with ?McCulloch Harold] Edwards Vincent hospital where limited apace clinic I

.Ha continue to Increase the Safety Patrol doctors told him be must relieve this week This will bring Second Honor and received the Blrkbeck, Chris Gusland and facilities, are used. Nurses and
ilx of farms and change thetuctun himself of the strain of the arduous under construction or completed clinical: award In Oral Diagnosis Walter Comrte. other employees; are working:! out II IIof

of agriculture, and,../the duties of the manager's Job. aU of. ,US n fljoia'Main's Corner from the College, He was. elected ;Interment was in Rldgelawa their homes and cars at the present -

&ndcr of Individual: ,lanu units" Boys.To Capitol; Mr. Plrkle auured' be ..commission -I aboveMes.IWedca-the north Jo .Omicron' Kappa Vpsttoo] honorary : J I I Ctme :/..wr J'atuaonl., ..,.., n ral ,, which greatly handicap the ,
a efficient .
[ way way that he expects !to remain In to South Bay"fn i U>*,South. '.cholastlc-society. *-* "' Homes to fhEfgEV'. operation, of the department -

"Lending Institutions must conH" Four members of the Clew ston Clewlston, and will be glad to be I Work was begun the portion .- A Him said.
to recognize the fast change Elementary School Safety Patrol of any possible help to the city, from Lake Harbor :* Bare Beach building-of 1.000'square feet

j place in agriculture and will leave Sunday for Washington, should it need to call on his ex this week. Rubin Construction Company Graduation Thursday Ended $10,000 is needed to at an estimated cost of
woplze \that farming Is perlenoe. He to the !. $13,000, provided the site:
big bus- D.C., accompanied by their sponger came city whclh obtained the contract is donated will be
required,, HIll
w nut requires alert and manager's job September 1, 1950.
spec.shed Police Officer Ernie Simmons on low bid has subcontractedthe said! He
emphasized his
department
i management, large amounts removal of muck overburdento Commencement Week at C.H.S.
Ellis Clark and Kenny Brannen was most of
tI capital, and I i gracious the cooperation
flexibility> to and Smith
< adopt Miami Youths Reynolds of Moore
l to needed were awarded the trip on the basis they are receiving, but
changes, Mr. clickiccwthng I service Haven aid. of their scholastic and record Break Into Store I as expansion was a must in the
a* patrol members. Nicky Potashnlck. The Moore Haven class of Clewiston High School who received their diploma.Superintendent near future.

diI to Mr. Click the Cre- Kelly and Jimmy McCarthy will Parkinson's Department Store In firm began stripping muck from took part In the commencement I J. H. Bible presented He noted that his department la

net Ballkpc'S'Stem in the dia- also make the trip (III guests of Clewiston was robbed during the the location at Lake Harbor this exercises at Sugarland Auditorium diplomas to the class, following a community guardian, looking after -
| served farmers in Georgia I week and will .work west toward Thursday evening the processional by the sanitation and
Lends their parents). Expenses: of Clark weekend, and the loss wu discovered public health,
Kt| the two Carolina with Clewiston. The class had planned outdoor school band. in rather
W (ESC and Brannen are being )borne by when the store opened Mooday an The seniors white than providing medical care
vice million in 1962. Loan er- the City, which sponsors the patrola morning. Before noon two Fotsshnick to completing the portion ceremony but rain during the cap and gowns, were seated on for residents and Jndigents. This
present I 11 .28 million great96e the dopartment of the road from Clewliton to day forced them to move inside, the rostrum for the exercise is often misunderstood, Hill said,
If III tile a supplement to police I youths from Miami were appre-
d1str1ct tented on the sheet weoring Bare'Beach now.Oldest. The Class of 1963 was the thirtieth I Oratory was limited to the students "our medical practice is limited
Bradeuton Associationago. graduating class of the school Miss ,-there to and "
stolen was no guest speaker. soap aspirin. We do how.
led of the clothing during
fannera with loaM total- Patrol boys give suet assistance some Grads Artis Lawrence, one of the grad Miss Marian Tokieda delivered ever help snake arrangements for
lac traffic the weekendGeorge
111.248.000.00 in 1962 In Mana- in handling: the pedestrian uates Is the first child of the first the salutatory address and Miss cane with private physicians or
It, that the Kemp, manager' of the
DeSoto, at busy school crossings had At Port Charlotte U, 97 students class to receive diploma. Her Janet Slewert, the valedictory other agencies, Hill noted.
Sarasota OnriotteLLee who would otherwise tore, said the goods taken a
HeIIdr1 police officer $83 and many past retirement age, receive mother Mrs. Jewel Lowe Lawrence Other speaker were Bill Swayne The second phase of his talk
:U:1adet: counties." Mr. Click haw to assist at these times Is relieved value most of approximately of It had been recover ed certificates at commencement was a member of the first president of the student council was regarding .* sharp Increase la
that
for other duties. ceremonies last week. For the first class to graduate from the school. and Carrol Radish president of the *tuberculosis In Hendry County In
liberal In his praiseof :
w ifeu.> of the Bradenton The boys will join other safety ed. He was time two college credit courses The class also claimed another senior class. the past two years. A state-wide I
enforcement
of the law
-.qtloQ work
attending the confer- patrol members from Moore Haw the solved the were offered this year and six "first". Among Its number were The auditorium was arrangedwith level Is 1 case per 10,000 people.
lICe IDcluded R. 1.. Garrison, chair en, Leesburg and Arlington (Jacksonville officers who so quickly and sheriffs more will be added to next year' two Seminole, the first to graduate palms and a large basket of Hendry county In 1962 had six cas.

mae board cg cUrecb-: Sara- ) schools. They win leave obbery. City police curriculum. The Port Charlotte U from Clewiston High School, rose which were a gift to the senior tI, with five case being discover.
11 IQ; S. W. Davis d.1recbSe by train from West Palm Beach deputies cooperated in the case. was started at the retirement community and the first Seminoles from Big from Mrs. Mildred Yates, a eel thus far in 1963.

bI kg: D. G. Click rector' Vwtwcretllry***- Sunday afternoon aboard the Slip Entrance !to the store In was the gain as a sort of hobby and Its Cypress Reservation to graduate member of the faculty The school This rise calls for better particle I

; W.D Woodson, ver Star. Following their sightseeing ed through the window wo student have requested and received from high school anywhere. Miss band played the processional and pation In the mobile x-Ray: visits '

Braden( ,. and Herbert trip In the nations capItol men's rest room. There were quite the suject now taught Nancy Frank and Don Osceola re- recessional.HENDBT to our cominunUe Hill urged /

I J tCook| leneral manager Braden--they will return home on Thursdsy. a few pieces of merchandise on the Through this manner cues redls. I
where the boy
and counters
floor covered early and can be cured In
had apparently tossed them durIng minimum amount of time. People

their search fOr cuxnes 'w stay away: from the free mobile

Florida' Methodists fit Shoes, trousers shJ.rt.I. sock*, visits for three major reasons; Indifference .

Buy Propertyfor etc, were the articles taken. : lazy or fear that theymay
I Miami authorities said the youths ydJ nave the dread lung disease.

Youth LaBelle had been placed In the Hen- J During I the question answer pen' I :
Camp on River Near daft borne by Miami police, and ; 9901 Joel Dr. Hill said that x-Rays are

Balm were on probation at the time of 99 per cent accurate In negative

!be d a 3U acre tract of land I and continue to maintain and operate their arrest returns. About 20 per cent of the

I aloe River for the present camp: In Central -. positive returns are later cleared

1 Youth Camp for South' Florida. The Hendry County site C of C Receives a* negative with larger x-Rtys.

!t 'helms' 1111 aced ;yesterday was elected for! South Florida and Hendry county commissionersprovide I

IDd Gary Peters, who negotiation have been underway Color BrochuresTh $16,000 to the Health Department I

Itzt A. the lale. The owner, Roo for several months. Chamber of Commerce has r the Federal government t

5u ..Ieed 01 Cheyenne, Wyo. Because the land borders) JJw received Its first shipment of the approximately $10,000 and the

1d fepesented by Ed- Caloosahatehee River on new issue! of brochures advertising State supplies 'the rest' Jor opera,

Murray. Jr. The title was work is bring done by the c.1'P' of the Clewiston area, Loyd Kelly, lion.Commissioner I
:-"om"tG:: to Southern N Grattan
Central and committee
5k5 Engineers and chairman of the publicity George
ct the ysuntMethe Florida Flood Control District\ of the Chamber announced yestersdy. rrC. who was present at the meeting I

lnc. under contract to Western Construction The delivery of the brochures : ti t noted that the county: te presently;

1\ Ketmdist Conference has. Corporation concessions waS speeded up in order tE pending $35-36,000 for health and
Rdts4 m were be used at the Lions welfare in the county. .
organizations
..,. JOuth 'camp at Floral by each of these that they may
IIeai f essbung. ,for necessary d were made flew nee International convention! In Miami .. I

lIrs me the 'r'OWthof mazy the of the use to which ,the land will this month. 1,000 of them will be Senator Friday }j,

.tate and Increasing be paL placed in the state Lion hospitality Is Much
ImprovedSenator
6Ir MethodistConlerenoe ,
fampinl hcU1ttes the Mrs_ feter..id: the loom.
0e' voted to establish two ,entatva have _.N. Elmer Friday Is reported

5sIa the state. c e m North stated that work will begin jrt Hope Short Course \\1- ] much improved In Tallahassee

one m South norlda; ones" on the construction of and The increasing Importance of the ;;,/; Pi!"" ( Memorial Hospital where he ha

munt t.J1Ie'eamp. buMng industry to Florida will be been quite ill for more than a
Rnd Will that the camp should beltst: fuU.operation horse, In the first, annual Light 'r week. He i* working from his' hospital
Play 11 fleeted
At .
,
lr
next Short Course a' the University bed and the doctor have jt
Convention' hoped that ome_tent camping maybe bu: Horse of Florida Jun 7-. Various : told him he can return: to the Senate j'. I I,
i iaryyd done at the site this year. agriculture and Industry chambers on Monday.
Band arrangements chase I C
will p1ar at the definite
: there are no represented In short .
1I1. ,International for such made a* yet. have been University through COUNTY DAY Wffl be ebscrved... this a twlc.-.- .1I' treat as oipresiloa ef UssppreelsUoB
&ach hleConventbn at the Buys Angus Bull
f s land is welt course Jane for local support since asswnlaf
beea The location of hiss lleg eI and extension morrow Friday. 7 at the Old Sooth Bar '
IIr lad knit COmpleted br: Bandmsohet of the Fort Denaud area on iHigh- MS v.rbuscO for years but this. 11. the B4) and .fai CteirfaU*. when aO eeunty reeldeaf management AH Items o. the menu will be I J. 0. Davidson, Jr., recently purchased i

lor hi band to take which runs through the aervJce that versa will be a and their friend will be feted at .....aU sold at half-price. for that 4..11I11. with seconds, an Abaideen-Angus butt a

'. a opthe tile lnammotl1 parade property: approximately half mfim ant short year course subject. regmlar. rah prtoe Carroll B.s.* has mad" thirds et.. ".. the ......" from C. O. WUUs ef Felda.IChobee p

eoGft'Dtioa.' d the river shore 1 Is Include:


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., 2 THE CLEWISTON (J1a.) NEWS, .Ibull., June II, 11183 Joann Pltzen. valedictorian. and
';i A Great Man Has Gone :yifc McLeod and John Powers. Let Us
The weather was hot. Ckwlston
Aftermath of the Bus TragedyTwo Pope John XXIII died Monday night In the Vatican City recorded an official 97 Mrs. Alice
and the world lost one of Its strongest leaders for peace and Bailey In LaBelle an unofficial 10degree4be Air Condition
Christian Unity. Every citizen! of the world lost a friend In his hottest during her 2H4
weeks ago a labor bus with 42 persons aboard went as unofficial: observer
into a roadside canal near Belle Glade and most of the men passing. years defeated Foy Don'*
he Carl Ferrara
Becoming Pope In 1958 at the advanced age of 78 introduced Your Car
and children in it drowned. It of the
women were was one pence> to win the city golf championship -
many breaks with tradition, expressing; In his ads,
worst traffic accidents of the nation.
and depth of feeling for the modem, trou-' ( *.
speeches a
Like most auch accidents it could have been preventedvery prayers A ladder tennis tournament was
world. $299.95installed
easily. As long as human beings are at the steering bled underway at the local courts.
the four in which he was the pontiff
wheels of our vehicles there will be human errors made. This During years supreme Summer: recreation program, under
was a ghastly error. of the half-billion Catholics in the world he became also a friendof supervision of Howard Bishop, in your car
the common man everywhere-whatever the faith, color, or Carl Ferrara and Bo Manuel consisted
But the basic cause of the accident was the Inadequacy of
the road. Like other such roads in the state it was not position in life. of swim classes, picnics,
many If the millions of persons who sincerely and deeply mourn softball, square dance and social EASY BUDGET PAYMENT
intended (when built) to handle heavy traffic, or large loads or PLAN
his passing today will adopt in their own lives some small por- dances, tennis, horseshoe, andMrs.
swift moving It farm road.
cars. was a
active and vibrant for people ,olL
of the
tion pope's concern everywhere
We must face the fact that farm roads today need to be
as and Robert
the world will indeed be a better place for us all Coley Clark
strong as our highways; they need adequate width for easy Stacey were Queen Sugar and

passing of large trucks and buses. To build or to continue to needed assistance .f..4"1 King Cane at the Harvest FestivaLNewspaper BECK MOTORSPhone
use any other type of road is to Invite disaster. Even the most bunk that she
I, remote farm road will be used by trucks hauling heavy loads of In getting unwound.

: cattle, of produce, of supplies, such as fertilizer, or heavy farm -asEach |lit'S History Now I TopicAt YU 3.1301rT

: machlnery-or buses carrying human cargo. forth Lions Meet
i! graduation brings THIRTY TEARS AGO
f pride of accomplishment.and heartbreak (Fruit Clewiiton News Sonny Stalls of the Clewiston -
Budget-Making Time for some, who almost-Din) News staff made a brief talk -
Jane t, 1933))
not quite received a diploma. The about a newspaper's place in the
200 Clewiston residents cent telegrams
1 situation exists in every high community, at the luncheon meeting .
The l legislature is having a gigantic struggle with finances to Tallahassee protesting
school, and not In just Hendrybounty' of the Lions Club Thursday
and has gone into extended session to try to make anticipated proposed abolition of the City of
for the next biennium. The speaker invited those present -
equal anticipated
revenue expenses Owls ton.Robert
students who In spiteof
There ,
are their ideas
to express on ways
Budget-making is always hard; it's making; an educated diligent work, are not capableof Mlthcell was salutatorian of improving the Clewiston News P
at what will happen during the next two that will and Roberta George valedictorian,
guess years passing the number of required In order to give residents a better ETHELLE INVITES YOU
affect the spending of the state. Perhaps one reason the outcome courses. These same students when the first class of Clewtoton newspaper. It was also noted that

is often unsatisfactory is the fact that the legislature goes would make outstanding grade in High School received their diplo while the paper Itself did not make to try this weekend menu,

: ; at budget making backwards. a vocational field ,If given the opportunity. mu. Other members were Ed the news, informing the general r
When we make up a budget we first estimate what our Ward and Jewel Lowe. Speaker at public of the happenings! in the city: and the THRIFTY lunches

r revenue will be. We anticipate the sales of our organization, During this legislative session graduation was Ralph I. Vervoort and county were of prime importance "
: : before we estimate its expenses. In other words, we try to find enormous sums of money hav.been Miami Steamship agent Limes for the Clyde Mallory even though at time it called every day

out how much money we are going to have for spending, be- earmarked for higher education How-- A general meeting was called by for criticism of city or county of- T"
and perhaps justly so. ficials.
fore we decide how we are going to spend it J. E. Beardsley to attempt forma-
about out of easier. commend
ever only one every "It is much to
i I t The state, on the contrary, decides what it is going to spend,I six high school students seek higher tion of a permanent community people and communities for their II
1 and then wonders how In the heck it can raise that much money -' learning It seems that improvedacillties church if enough funds for a resident action, than it is to criticize' I

Maybe that's the way it has to be done at the state level, on high school level pastor can be obtained. Stalls said, "but it Is aJao the duty
but it is certainly more realistic to work it the other way round. would benefit a larger number of Leonard (Peck) Stalls of Palm- of the newspaper to print the facts, or
If the legislature had to get the money first, and then spendit young folks. dale, shot himself accidently while regardless of personalities. 58 98C

it might do a little less spending It Is not fair to the Individual hunting. His foot received the bul- Ernie Miller, program chairman, 2 for
nor to his classmates to be "soc let, and be was otherwise un1n- Introduced the speaker.Greyhound .

ially" passed along through high jured.
.w I holdlng-on purposes, rather than school and be given a white sheet, TWENTY YEARS AGO StationAt
I from outdated styles while apparantly receiving full (From dewlston News MENU for FRIDAY & SATURDAY

The variance of tales on how graduation; honor It to my opinion June 4, 1M3)) New Location
e Sonny Sez rough the Friday night trip was that now Is the time to starta Father Timothy Geary was speaker Announcement has been made Golden Brown Southern Fried Chickenwith
reminded me of a night spent on two-fold] program: lit, start at when 8 members of the Senior this week, of the Appointment of
& the Mediterranean. Sea which re once to Improve facilities for vocational Class 'received their diplomas. Chuck: Ralney M ticket: agent for Mashed Potatoes turnip greens
suited in going backwards tome 25 training of those mho are Marianne Jones Dorothy Knight Greyhound Bus Line. Ralney 11
According to reliable rumen, miles insptte of "full-steam not capable nor Interested In "book Gloria McDutfle, Carmen Roland the new manager of Oewlston Oil Hot Dinner Bolls Butter
the Seniors found that the bed ahead. Understand one Senior earning" and seek to training them and Bernard Letter Company, operator of the Atlantic .
railings on the ship were for girl got firmly entrenched: in her tor a trade after high school days; Elbert Hooker and Jemper Bond Service Station at Ml East Su-
nd, begin next jail to cease pass-
both in the Navy, received their garland Hwy.
log students Just to get rid of them.It Breakfast Special All Week
diplomas by mall. Rev. H. C Mea- The bus ticket office change 1.eUectl.ve i 1.
gives graduation hoax atmos. immediately, accordingto
.he Clewiston News"Devoted phere. dor preached the baccalaureatesermon. 3 Golden Brown Hot Cakes
{ R. W. Carlo, of Southern Greyhound .
To illustrate the seriousness of ,
Lines.Edward's.
Major Paul Williams, husband One Fresh Egg (any style)
the matter, local
faculty
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to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston of the former LoIs Knight of dew-
said that he would rather see Choice of Bacon or Sausage
talon, was reported missing in ac
and Hendry County. funds being spent to faculty raises
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l' V ? Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post been MacArthur's assigned to General Douglas Plumbing RepairReplacements 690
I Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, --u- headquarters. When
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I I; RID the legislators is often hard to un- Williams aodothers asked

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: : : : ",OlIO bonus to ; themselves and Thrifty DrugAllWeather
nearly everyone The legislature' passed a bill Introduced
Ii i //Ia1W else In the state network a raise, by Elbert'Stewart, providing Call YU 2.6711

Ilo I BERYL BOWDEN Publisher MOB C fq voted to spend another 30 days in SOT the present sixth Congressional
fV 8. H. STALLS, Managing Editor He1 Tally to find funds which were District 325 E. Ventura

I j I Subscription Rates ... ...i... $400 per yeargr10 short before the generous spending Janice Wynn received her diploma -
(Return Postage Guaranteed) 60 dty session opened. from the Arcadia High School
Bet ;you can't operate ;your homeor and an appendectomy at the Arcadia -
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business budget in such a man Hospital the same night.
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves
the right to reject any objecUonaladverU.ementl! ner.as TEN YEARS AGO
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iron or ommluloni In adv rtlmmnl but If notified of such error b.-
t who Clewlston
qualified fit School abandoned
for the nut IMU. of th* paper will r.prlnt correctly that part of the as physically on High
dv.rUI.m.nt In which the error In Monday,had muscles formal commencement .
occurred th* event a time foment so many sore speakers
would render the correction .>lul.... the N..n will reduce the price
of the advrtlimnt by on Tuesday that she was qnite un- in favor of students. Selected
an amount equal to the prcnta of the total
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Vacation Bible Passion Play DatesThe I I THE CLEWISTON (Fla. NEWS, Thurs., June 6, 1983 Page II

School at, the world-faMous Black HUla; Clewiston Church Directory !:
PassiM Play will return to Lake Shirley Williams Sara Atkins, Nina OBITUARYGEORGE
Assembly of God Wale for Its! 12th season starting Stanford, Emily Cochram, They CHURCH CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST UAPTIST' CHURCH I
Clewiston] Assembly of Cod Sunday Feb P. 198', continuing ma Fender, Dr. George DeTar, B. McDUFFIE FIRST METHODIST Avenue 102 E. Ventura Arena
TM 40 sponsor a Vac.t.f Bible till Sunday, April lOty Mlgdalia Tomeu, Florence C. Puller George' B. McDutfie, aged 84, Rev.331. Richard W. OseeeJa Knight, Pastor South Clewliton I Rev. L. T. Fagan Pastor i \ .,;
II from Monday, June 10 to James A. Baldauf It the Eulogta Benevides. Elizabeth died late Thursday evening In a School 115: a.m.-Sunday School I' i I''" '
SchoOl to be new pro.sident Roberts, Don Lester Pullen, Jr., 9:45: a m.-Church Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor ': "
JUDe u. Cassel are of the nonprofit Owiston hospitaL He had been a.m.-Morn1n' service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service II :
of 11:00
be1d rrldl1.froIG 1:30: to U:3O: ..m. Bo1t Lake Wales citizens who group sponsor Courtney HalL in failing health for several 5::00 p.m.-Methodilt Youth Fellowship \. 9.45: a.m.-Sundsy School 6.00: p.m.-Training Union : '\
JIriI, egos 2-12, u. invited toreIfIW the play at Lake Wales! each month 11:00: a.m.-Worlhlp Service 7:00: p.m. Evening Service ': ,
aDd on Monday, June 10 at The, group U Ineorpoc utd as year.the BIRTHSMr. Mr. McDuffle was a native of 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Unloi Wednesday: 'I
a.m.lD the vestibule of the church. Passion Play AmpltheatreHrf FlorIda and Mrs. Hlnnard Williams Georgia and moved to ClewUtoo. Wednesday: 8:00 p.mWorshlp. Service 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teacher 'I I ro Vi2
Inc. 34 years ago. He was a retired Tu sd T: Meeting
"Wegens,110" (Oli 1M Christian of Shawnee Farms are parents of 7:15: p.m.-Choir Practice '/"' (
of (.he, fanner. 8:CO p.m.-Brotherhood 1:00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer Sera
Trail) I to the theme DODo a girl Sandra Lee. The baby was
Surviving are two Hansel Wednesday: ice
Carne. Mat born June sons
Bible 1 In
tiDDI1 General
de obtaWd from Word of HOSPITAL; NOTES' : Hospital and weighed Hendry six pounds.Mr. tfcDuffie of Clewiston and Julian ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer 8:45: p.m.-Choir Practice
wort
erg\ UcDulfl of Jessup, Ga., one (Episcopal Thursday
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lfe, GosPel Publishing House.The Whit Patient admitted> and Mrs. Jim Rcberts of daughter, Mrs Carl H. Berner of 207 N. Pacific 8:00 p.m.-Choir Practice NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY :
New Than Is to be carried out i Dora Baxter, Mrs: Temple Ho- Big Cypress Reservation are the Clewiston. Five grandchildren and The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar BAPTIST CHURCH

III the Nursery Beglaaerf Primary !lga.. Ralph,Cron MarCie,Howard, proud weighed parents of a daughter, who eleven great grandchildren: also Sunday Services: 304 N. Franelsoe" Street ,,,
pd J1mIoc.: J)1v1a1oD1. Thelma Fender, MlgdallaJ, Tomeu seven pounds, three ounces survive. 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist CHURCH OF CHRIST Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor f
Pastor: James Klmbrelj, invites Shirley;WWtanuFlaeexoe C. Ful- at birth. She arrived June 2rd Funeral services were held In 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and 10:00: a.nk-Sunday School ,;
yea to your.youngater<< Cot ler, Nina Stanford i, Don Lester Pul- at Mr.Hendry General Hospital 'I the Partisan Funeral Chapel Saturday Church School 306 South Central Avenue 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship i
session. Graduation lea Jr., Elizabeth and Mrs. Jerry Atkins seethe Saints and Holy Day as an
MIll profitable Roberts, Eulogia afternoon with the Rev. 6:30: p.m.-ETC ;;>>
erclses for all participant weto Benavldes Sara Atkins. Oliva parents of a daughter, who was 1 Clark H. Dorman of SL Martin' nounced. Earl Arnold, MinisterSunday 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship W' ,
be held Friday evening! June Martinez Dr. George B. D Tar. born June 4 at Hendry General Episcopal Church: officiating. Confessions by appointmentCOMMUNITY : Wednesday: 'if"..'!'.
In the auditorium of the White Hospital. The baby weighed eight! 10:00: a.m.-Bible School
14 at 7.3" ] patients remaining: Interment was In Rldgelawn 7:30: p.m.-Prayer ServiceST. ,
of God. Oliva pounds, three ounces. I 11:00: a.m.-Worship
with
Assembly Martinez Ben Rlchaud, Cemetery Pattison Funeral PRESBYTERIAN
A son was born June I to Mr. Home In charge. Bearer were I 7:00: p.m.-Worship MARGARETS CHURCHRev. ; -J'
and Mrs. Jack Martinez of Clewis Rick Mattson: Melvin Wilder, Tom 407 Keyal Palm Avenue Wednesday: }
ton, In Minister Midweek Devotion Father Charles I ;
Hendry General Hospital my Aklns Frank Cox, Parker Wilson Henry H. Ford 7:30: p.m.-
CLOSEDALL The baby weighed seven pounds, I and Otis T1m. n. 1:45 a.m.-Sunday School and Bible Study 1.00: a.m.-Sunday Mass I
13 ounces. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship II1: .0 a.rn.-Sunda Mass .
Mr. and Mrs. Armando Bena 11:00: a.m.-Nuriery In the Pariah COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mall
vides are parents of an 8 pound, LOIS CANDACE WII1TTEN House HOLINESS CHURCH 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass 1\\
DAY WEDNESDAYS 7 ounce son, born on June 4 In Lola Candace Whltten, age 71, 6:00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow- Booth ClewUton 8.00: p.m.-Flrit Wednesday each ;! f
Hendry General Hospital of 123 W. Arcade Ave., Clewlston. shipWednesday month, Catholic Ladles' Altar -

DURING THE Mr. and Mrs. Wendell A. Whaley died late Tuesday afternoon In her : Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor Society
SUMMERLOWORN'S home after a long lllneis. 7:30 p.m.-choir Practice Saturday:
are the proud parent of a ton, : 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
Richard There are no living survivors. 1.30: a.m.-Religious Instruction
Allen, who weighed eight 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
pounds, four ounces, when he arrived For the past four yeas she has CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic
FLOWERS May 29th In Everglades been living with a life long friend, Service. m-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH
APOSTOLIC FAITH
Memorial Mrs Myrie I. Miller She was a Wednesday: Highway nt
Hospital. Pahokes. Booth clewl tea
retired restaurant owner and a 7:43: p.m.-Prayer Service Rev. Vie Turner Pastor r'
Pastor
Bro. Luther Dixon
native of MUea
City Montana. She
Friday: 8:49: a.m.-Sunday School
Happy Birthday came to Oewlston four years ago 10:00: a.m.-Sunda School 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
June pars Varnadow Dorothy from dearwater. 11:00: a.m.PreachlngTuesday 6.43: p.m.-Training Union .
Herring, Laura Mattesoa Burk- She was a member of the Churchof : THE CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY 8.00: p.m.-Evening Worship ,

doing,,to, Campy. holder I. Christ Christian of Clewiston,, 7:30: p.m.-Praer Meeting OF ,GOD Wednesday:
June 8-Evelyn Sullivan Berry the Ladle of fee Oriental Shrine Friday: 8.00 p.m.-Prayer Meeting
L. Ingram. Betty, Lou Tlmgrrn. 1 of North America, UM Eastern 7:30: p.rn.-Youn, People's MeetCHURCH James F. Klmbrtl, Factor

See Us For June 0-Clyde W. Stephens, Gus Star Chapter 370 of Hammond, log CHURCH OV GOD ,
Cantrell. Jr. Ind., and the White Shrine of Jerusalem Sunday: 311 S. Paetfle Avenue
June 10-Evelyn K. Nash Mary Chapter 30 of Hammond, OF CHRIST Sunday School, 10:00: Rev. Joe Coleman <'
belle Thompson,, Richard Kreldler,. Ind. (ChrUUau. ) Adult Worship, 11:00: 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School '
Camp Accident Ethyl McDuffle, I Service will be held Friday ? John C. Scheffler, Minister Youth Worship, 11:00: 11:00: ...-Morning Service '
June 11-Mary Ellen Broadfoot,I morning at 10:00: a.m. at the Pat- North Sugarland Auditorium Prayer Hour, 7:00: 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship "
Robert A. Hanseo. tison Funeral Home Chapel, with 110:00: a.m.-Blble School Evangelistic Rally 7:30: Wednesday: I ,
June U-Mr. Idella Kelly, E.E. the Rev. John C. Scheffler officiating. .. I 11:00: a.m.-Communion and Worship Tuesday: 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service t
InsuranceLOW Montgomery, Christine: Hodge. : Interment will be in Myrtle 1 Service Orchestra Practice, 7:00: Friday: I
June l -W. H. Christian. Hill Cemetery, Tampa, Florida I Wednesday: Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor
Paulson Funeral Home of Clewis 1 7:30: p.m. Bible Study Christ' Ambassadors, 7:43:

RATES Card Of Thanks ton In charge. This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored 1 I By The Following: '
Words
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friends whose prayers, donations I would like to extend my sin Floyd
"* of blood and other deeds cere 'thank and appreciation to Motors RD OIL COMPANY Complete Department Store

helped so much In the critical ill- all of you who made my sUy in Phone 1-8301 -
nets of our eon, Bobby Suttoo. Your the hospital and my convalesence Glades Loan Corp. Jordan & Pndgen:
great kindnesses and concern at home more pleasant with your SER STATION Clewiston Federal i j
your cards, flowers visits and visits, flowers, cards and letter Granere.Bldg.,
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I I: : i : t, News and Views ;;;li Job ProtectionNational Have Aa


of your County Agent guardsmen and reservists

who have to be absent from
j i FRANK FOU0LL their jobs to perform annual train.
log duty have certain obligations
I I If they want their Job protected e
June Is National Dairy Month the weed and their milk would be according to a U S. Department of e008Tf'LORIDA
and although dairying! U not a bitter as quinine ..yr Labor official.
large Industry our county, we do The sanitation and bacteria control Harvey DrlscoU. regional director
have some of the most modem given milk products today isadwful of the Department' Bureau of Veterans BY vsiwe
and efficient dairies to be found ..; and the public can bjcorJident Reemployment Rights, aid
anywhere. of a good, wholesome' this week that guardsmen and reservists .-
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: I'' As you stand and watch the product: It makes. me wonder must request leave of absence -
,j I I milking operation In modern though how some of us ever got i;. In order to have the reem- gUeARII
'i} dairy where cows moved throughin grown It was my Job back on the ployment protection afforded by
cafeteria style, fed and milked farm to milk two cows night and r federal law for military duty.
t automatically with milk delivered morning We had two cows, so one "Employers are obligated to
'. through glass milk pipe Into cooler would always be fresh; the thingIs GROVE HEATING system employing propane gas and a newly-devel grant leave of absence to guardsmen -
tank for delivery to various distributor both of them stayed fresh moat oped burner system .to now offered Florida citrus grower,. Demonstration and reservists toe annual military
:_I i'. I'I' plant you cannot help of the time. Anyway, I shudder to units are teen here with Fred Bates who pith partner Leroy training purposes.
,1 I but reminisce. (Reminisce is not think what the bacteria count must Oiler, are amour distributors for the system, which also. I II adaptablefor "The law now prohibits! employers I
a good word because it denotes have been in that mills sometimes. fertilising and lrrIaUoa-lTAFF PHOTO. from requiring their employees .. i iI
something pleasant! maybe remember When one of the other! of the cow to take their vacations! at the
I Is a better word). Anyway, would either kick over the bucket NEW GROVE HEATING SYSTEM same time annual military training
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things have changed from the days or take turns putting their foot Is scheduled," Driscoll contin-
I when all milking was done by hand in it-and when it would rain, no
even In commercial dairies. matter how you tried you couldn't) DEVELOPED BY FLORIDA FIRMA ued.He said that employee are en- 0.
Back in North Florida years ao'' wipe the cow dry and water would titled to reemployment with such MbGREYHOUII
I, f before we had a fence law, some continue to drip from the cow Into seniority status, pay and vacationas
it dairymen I !knew, let their cows the milk. And about their tails- new citrus grove heating system burner units have now been sold they would have had if they
,/ Craze out in the open woods. By how they could switch: them I it which uses propane gas, and 1 In Florida, since the Frostmaster; had not been absent for training
,I feeding! them grain night and morning was almost! as though they were reported likely to revolutionize I system was offered on the marketIn purposes.
4F. f. the cows never wandered far throwing things at the milk paiL former freeze protection methods!, April,. According to Chief Engineer Further information may be had
I and would] usually come up for Flies, too, sometimes! is now being offered Florida citrus Kelly the system can be from the Bureau of Veterans Reemployment -
,,: milking There was a bltterweed Anyway, we always ]bad plenty of growers. purchased and'' installed at a coat Rights U. S. Department
that grew wild In the spring and fresh milk at. home and I always The "Frostmaster" system Is being of about 87.90 per burner unit. of Labor, Room 523. 1371
I now and then the cows would eat heard "What won't kill will fat handled in this area by L & F The system originally was designed Peachtree Street N.E., Atlanta 9,
ten"But Engineering and Pump Co., of, for installing one burner Georgia.
it makes us appreciate our Moore Haven. Fred Bates, who per tree but may be used on a
rKIBITZER IS A GOY I modern dairies, all the more. with Leroy Oiler, operates L & F,, I basis of one burner for two trees.
says their territory for distribution I Cost of use is estimated at five
WITH AN INTERFERIORITY'f
COMPLEX Collector Sells Includes Hendry, Lee Collier, I cents 1ft hour per tree, for each You Are NewsWhen
Dade Broward and Palm Beach hour of burner operation.And .

counties, but not Glades. according to Kelly one man
100 Parcels of Land you visit, or an
Bates who .la highly enthnslastle can operate the entire beating system visited tlufi news. U you
ever the Frostmaster in most groves. catch a big fish U win
wIIII A. O. Ward, Hendry County Tax you 1
Collector reported Monday afternoon system also says It may be The gas Jet flame can withstand an honor that's news. I I I
I that 100 parcels of county. used to apply liquid fertilizer op to 123 pound of air U yon have a baby that's
land were sold for delinquent taxes to grove' and employed as an pressure, and there 1s little news! Joy tragedy work
in the annual sale held Mon Irritation system. danger of It being extinguished play the unique and the
day at noon on the court house The Frostmaster system employs I by winds Kelly reports. ordinary go into the making IN CLEWISTONYour
L steps. installation of a aeries of gas Jet Recent testa with the Frostmas of news others art Interested .
The parcels totaled $3,230,85, with flame burners throughout. the ter System have raised grove temperatures In your activities, as new Greyhound ifint-i member of your community-hit
j Ill the largest number of parcels ((23)) grove area. The burners are linked 40 degrees in six minutes -' you are Interested In theirs. full! details oa Greyhound's low fares, frequent schedules, scenic
i with tank. Pos When you have news, let
I Its sold to Carl A. Linn of Fort My one gas supply Kelly says.The I
itive temperature. control is possible us know it. It helps make routes, stopover advantage, preplanned vacations/ charter buses
Zws .. ers; the next largest number of with the maximum burner freeze system also can belied for our News a truly community ...even Greyhound Package Express. Step hi and say hello..today!
+.w +ww. parcels going to a single! person protection for vegetablesand
output being 600,000 BTU'S, Bates: newspaper.
was 23. sugarcane, according to Bates GBETHOUND TICKET OFFICE
t 1963 Ramblers says. and be installed XX there's something you
to from
can cover
Clewiston Oil
think worthy of picture Co.
The burners use a mixture of 80 one acre to 1,000 acre
FOLIULL APPOINTEDDr. per cent air and 20 per cent gas, Demonstration units are available coverage please let us know (41 East Sngarland Hwy.
ahead of time. We cannot
thus reducing the former high cost Chuck Ealney, Agent
locally for anyone interestedin Phone TTJ 2.3701vi1WJ1LThii
M. O. Watkins, director of always drop our work and
of gas beating systems. the new system, Bates reports.
Agricultural Extension Service has grab the camera.
a appointed Hendry County Agent The Frostmaster was developed The Phone U TV 8-130L
Frank Poihill to the State Vegetable by Mania Kelly chief Thanks.
'. Advisory Committee, one of engineer for the B-C Pump Co., All Tax Items
five gents so named. The, com- Inc.. of MenU Island. Kelly
I mate: mtti, in Gainesville for twodar' holds a similar position with anew
I 1, ,fI this week. : < firm formed to produce SoldIJyCity Florida Seaports
I .. the Frostmaster. Ben-Cale, Inc.
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J. M. and Fountain and Gain in VolumeOf
corporations are Mr*. JnUa '
rI'r/i"i'rl' Harben purchased tax certificateson
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: Benson and Charles Chris all City of Oewlston propertyon
) fanllU of Merritt Island. which taxes are still delinquent Foreign Trade
Be Wise Advertise In The News
; service Bates reports more than 100,0001 at the sale Saturday -

',j Florida's leading seaports handled
bulletin 12,214,500 tons in imports and
/ exports worth 1315.600,000 last

e4ea year, the Florida State Chamber WEDGWORTH'S INC.
of Commerce reported' yesterday
in Us Weekly Business Review.
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"The volume of this foreign
,- :M: trade was up 13 per cent and the SINCE 1932
value registered' a 4 per cent gain
over 1961," the Review pointed
out.
'.Impol from foreign countries
into Florida amounted to .754,350
tons, up 21 per cent, worth $282
i .
800,000, up 8 per cent. Exports 6

4'i When ,you plan your vacation or any extended through the state's ports totaled
5,460,150 tons, worth 8232,800,000, W'1 ..
trip buy traveler's checks as a safeguard. with each figure' up about one per :
cent over 1961.
I f "Tampa WM fee only port which Cane
You need not burden yourself with caring for showed gains In both exports and Molasses Fertilizers

-i4r! large sums of money. Travelers checks are easy for came Imports to last 5,579,650 year.tons Total, up tonnage.12 percent Cattle Minerals PesticidesWEDGWORTH'S

worth
1141,200.000, an Increase -
you to use. of 5 percent over the previous
year.
'j'i'1, One of the many services offeree in your home "Jacksonville handled. the second
largest volume of INC.
imports and exports ,
: : town bank. combined 3,335,700 tons
up P. O. Ilea ,
JOt'
6611/
; 30 per cent, worth 8156,000,000 up Ilene Ola4o Ph.e wr-
i :{ 12 per cent. Port Everglade's! tonnage TOM PARKED: gaJe.. KepnMBta.Uv
; : 4Y reached 1.294,650! tons worth '

i FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON $ 7,900.000, showing a alight drop
: In volume and an 18 per cent gainin
: C CI i value.
"Pioneer Bank of the Everglades" "Miami's tonnage came to 469- ATTENTIONIFarmers !

700 tons (up 10 per cent) worth

8100.900.000. (up 8 per cent). West I Cane Growers and Ranchers
1 Palm Beach had a 436.750 ton ,

1'J volume a worth 40 per 811.600,000.cent gain in representing volume LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND

'J'I'I r but a drop In value. WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
) The Demand Boca Grande handled 403,930

And w. to enjoy milk and dairy product, \ toM (principally exported phosphate
urge you Stocker ------I ), with a value 83,000.000, A
Hare an extra (lag* of cold, refreshing; mflk or showing no change in volume and FEDERAL J&LS1.LAND'BANK Farm Mertnge
enjoy an extra helping of your favorite dairy product i i-Cattle' Is Heavy a drop in value. Panama City's wen Finial Cub FeReHaeaa LOAN
V from the many Tariatieo of Set cream: and cheese. 282.150 tons worth 822,900.000, itbll.
: You'll add Important nutrition to your diet whfle reg, tered a slight drop In both l1aaDGI rare taprevemeata. Mew .1IIIcIID o Pt"
i r'': supporting one of America' basic food Industrie : figures. Pensacola's 138,200 tons wind .aellDea and buun tnUatsfc.
: Buy Only The I, wen below 1961 but the 8U.500r 1 teS2 ta >>ve.... .* a farms grove er ra-.
the Dairy Indnitgp.'t." ,,
{ 000 value last year was I per cent "" M Bur .lasd.
I; We sure alway* at the service of dairymen: m oar +Cattle You. Want over the previous '1M!'. Other ONLY A LAND Provide capital rand. fee the farm eMer9t'
community. W.',. clad we can help dairymen: produce 'r ., ports an included in the state HAS ALL THESE BANE: MM 1
ADVANTAGES
'
Iota of milk through net"of! our top quality \ totals but not shown separately. 1. Lewer. panaeata.
'1 "In addition
I Farina Dairy Chows and Purina: Health ,Aide. Join Ii foreign to this waterborne t ...... )
r commerce, Florida's antes
i airports > >Dep.dabh lid'agrh.ltar. exeMdnb
t m and year nelchbon a ....tD.tbI achierfr- handled a monthly ..... II .

meet Off.dairy fotta by iachxfin extra. tasty andKfattooa -Sales Every Monday At 1:00 P. M.GLADES. of 4.000 tons in imports and average es Co I'd Jiftpanaeat PI'hI1erea wtthe .-. & _
I dairy product fa ew A* derinsj Jane port. worth 8U million through R,...........ItnIet. b heal "'M familiar wttt h al ..*
I. I and tfaroat the October last year, the last month
year. II we eaa be
I I reported to date. of service is you please write II' P....

i LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. W. L mjraw* 1Irr. or DOYLE B. ABBOTT As t Vt1'
CORN FARM & RANCH SUPPLYw ELM MIDGET MACHOS

.w The Elks Midget Team will hold Federal Land Bank Associationof
-- -- a practice: at 9 a.m., Saturday m
ailund Highway Clowuton!FlaG ,.... WT 4M8 Belle Glade, Fla.' the park across from the tennis
courts. AH Car ol the team Bradenton
s&V-VW.V.W.V.VA are urged by BID Baker to PBONJ: 7UMS1 N'
(G i 1 1I -- come out for practice.: : BL\DD'J'Of.!

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er on the Varsity basketball THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS Thurs.. June 8. 1963 PageB

I TIle couple 1. making their FULLER'S FOLLIESBy I '
in Foley, Ala.. where he 1. tNm.1 I Personals I Ezelle board tl the Central and Southern i
d flews pector for the U. S. AL FULLER I Jennings I I Florida Flood Control District tomorrow I'I I 'I

\ \ i of Agriculture I Eunice Shiiver. JFK sister Isl Receives Degree in West Palm Beach.OBITUARY "'}

Rainbow Guests arriving Saturday for a very indignant\ about bow women' Jennings W. Ezelle Jr. of Clew-! -. ,.'t .
Girls visit with Mrs Elizabeth Stitt and are being treated. I'II iston was among the 192 students )
HONORS Drake. Mrs. L M. Lilly Miss Ann Wm. T. Stitt that is receiving their degrees in commencement MRS. EMMA L. MOna '
SHOWER Honor Parents her son and family, She says more money of )
Miller Mrs mother
W. F. NaIL Mr. Emma L Moyer )
are another ton, Rev David L pent on pregnant cow' In the U. exercises: Sunday at '

LOUISE MILLER C.Also W. Mann.Mrs Robert Mrs. Lyn Dickson Mrs Member of the dewlston Rainbow Stitt. and his family of Austin I S. than for pre-natal care for wo Stetson University. Dcland. This died Mrs. Tuesday Mary Stewart in Mornlngsida of Lewiston Coo- "' I ,
Bierzonskl for Girls Texas. The family consists of men. was tie University's 80th commencement ,
honored a
their -
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brideelecttonued Miss parents Melbourne.
PaW valescent Hospital, 'Jf
Miller s Akin. Mr. H V.
Turner. "
fob four and two $98 million will be pent thisyear .
wife sons
with daughter
a covered dish
Mae
n.is! efaneouseTateth Mr. Harry Preston supper I Florida, after a short Illness '
a ,
at MIss Beverly of .;
Monday night at the Masonic Hall. One of the eau John Stitt will remain for cows about to give birth Jennings received his degree of
by churchthe Preston. Mrs. Lois Whltten but $38 million for child health B.S. in business. He plans to do She was 86 years age.
only
Jlven Haven Chosen as Rainbow mother and I tor: the summer with\ the W.T native of Viola .
' CJas8 o. Hi Mr. C. H. Miller Mrs. Pt Eu- father, were Mrs. Merle Brantleyand titts. Rev. Stilts is president of eel: human development" additional work In accounting at I Mrs. Moyer was a BrevardCounty \'1I \,'.
lived in
la's Fay as assisting banks Mrs. Tenn., and had
,. O1arlie Henry Story Miss Richard Crawford. They the Presbyterian Theological: Sem-' e e Stetson and go into the field of
with were I since 1926. She was a mem-
pwtese at the church Monday eve Mrs.Sylvia Percy Story Roland Mrs. F. B. Royal chosen by a name drawing. During 'I bury in Austin. Nostradamus, famous In history public accounting He is an officer ber of the Church of Christ, and an
Mrs Sam the dinner, the various members for predicting events which' of Lambda Chi Alpha social I '
" Rich. Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Wilson are many honorary member of the Melbourne t
color schema D. Lane and member of StetsonGolf
Mrs.
and white introduced their have come to fact, wrote one fraternity, a
Ar! L. C. Miller parents. enjoying a vacation stay in themountains prophecy WomaN! Club, and in its early
? fliroughout. The. gift which Is startling to note at. team and a student advisor.I
cams satin la the meeting following the dinner I of North Carolina. They' years was very active: in the Melbourne ,:.1'
SL witb yellow Donna Marrlson was installed are visiting relative end sightseeing. this day and age. -- Public Library. '.:''tf'
,ad entered with aa arrange- Waggerby-Rutland as outer observer for the remainder Quote from The Complete Proph- Rainbow Car Wash Funeral services will be held

JIIfIII d. .eetpeas and orchids. of the present term. Mrs Martha Topper has returned ecle of Nostradamus: "At the this afternoon at two o'clock: in
at the tea table Mr. and finish of the to change the Rainbow Girls will hold a carWash
AppOIntments Mrs E. L. Rutland of Plans were announced for attendance from a visit with relatives in war. the Brownlle Funeral Chapel wlttt
punch and cake were Qewiston glory, near the shore dull three today at the Wayside Park
iron which announce the marriage to Grand Assembly, which Kentucky and Indiana. Rev. James McDonald officiating.
served were also> JD the chosenHarry of their daughter, Sandra Rutlandto will be held in Jacksonville June is children be born-to change that Their charge will be tl.00 for outside Interment will! be in the Melbourne
Jay Miner leaving this weekfor
kingdom and it $150 for Inside and out-
Gary Waggerby. son of Mr and country's see growno or Cemetery
color .8-20. Mrs. Carlos and Mrs.
Dickey
Washington, D. C. where he
)frI. Preston WOO the Mrs. Archie Waggerby, Moore Ha- Abner Vann will the more. The entire course of a side. Carwash will start at 9 a.m. Surviving: are two daughters
accompany will be employed on the capital
In the games which occupied ven. The ceremony was performed girl to Assembly kingdom shall be changed by the Mr. Mildred Adams Melbourne.
prize psta of the ev.. by Judge Holcombe in Val. police force, while attending: law appearance of three brothers who I New FCD MemberRobert Mrs. Mary Slewert, Owiston; two
Mills and Reporta were made of the visit college: at Georgetown University' hall take the branches of
DiDI. BD then opened dost Ga., on May 25th. over ant, Roy Sails, Birmingham Ala.,
dsPIaed! her gm Mrs. Waggerby attended the to Belle Glade's Assembly Installation Tonight and every night Is a goodnight the government" L. Sear, 45, Coral Gables and Howard Salts Hampton Va.;
'!be' pMt list Included Miss dewiston High School and wa a on May 26, the girls were told to go out to a movie. Sound familiar? I inusrance man, will be sworn ntae grand children and ten great
Sylvia Beatty, Mrt. Betty. Beatty member of Future Homemaker of the special program to be provided : Mr. and Mrs C. T Deacon have a e e in a* a member of the governing grandchildren.CLEARANCE .

Rrs. Paul Akin, Mrs. W. K. Bax- of America. Mr. Waggerby graduated by the Moore Haven Assembly left ClewUton to return to Eng- In London, the tomato and cucumber
Miss Evelyn Daughtrey Miss < from Moore Haven High\ to celebrate Founders Day: a land. They are visiting Nassau marketing board has ban
et
Barbara Arthur. Mrs. J. L. Hero- School where be was president of birthday gift was presented to Diane and Trinidad enroute. Mr. Deacon' ned the sale of bent or crooked

4- Miss Donna Herndon Mrs Future Farmers of America a Rackstraw; and Miss Judy has been connected with the British cucumbers.
jfc Vowed MM. W. J. Jackson member of student council mem- Vann was introduced a. a graduating West Indies labor office here. Most people don't know that SALE

Mrs W. I* Bellamy. Mrs. Pat ber of the annual staff and splay- member of the Assembly. Misses Sharon Walker and Gail there are any1 other kind. And
This was the final meeting of Bembry have 'completed their Harry Wright, member of the

the Assembly for the summer and course in beauty. culture: at the board called: the decision "fantastic. -
regular meetings! will resume in ." i
Palm Beach Vocational: School and i
; AWNINGS NavacoWINDOW August wW receive diplomas in graduation e e BARGAIN PRICES I I
Hurst
exercises there tomorrow An ad appeared in the "for sale"

Seniors Make DlIhL column In he. Sunnlngdale, Eng, To Settle an Estate '
DOOR AWNINGS FOR THE PROTECTION AND I
AND Nassau CruiseThe Mrs. E. H. WhIddon has returned newspaper 1
BEAUTIFICATION OF YOUR HOME from a visit of a few wears "Extensive modern building '

Senior Class trip to Nassau with relatives in Mississippi and Centrally heated thruout Private Single Lots "
20 Models and Styles. 16 Color Choices wa. judged a complete success by labama. She was Joined in Mobile gym, swimming pool and library. I
by Mr Whldden for the return Enormous kitchen. Desirable
the 42 who made the
persons ''
e week-end cruise. Chaperoned by trip. grounds, 14 acre and tennis Several North some South of Sugarland,! !a'

WE INVITE PRICE AN QUALITY COMPARISON WITH ANY Mr. and Mrs Harold Estep, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Francis have courts." : .
Harry Schick and Mrs. A. U Vann returned from a 'vacation which Five prospective buyer contacted Highway. j ,
SIMILAR :PRODUCT IN SOUTH FLORIDA the seniors left by steamer from included a deep tea fishing\ trip the listed address. which turn

S Miami Friday afternoon and arrived to Bimini. ed out to be a boys' school. Now is the time to buy. See ,
In Nassau about 9 a.m., Sat Mr. and Mr*. R. B. Judd brought The headmaster didn't sell the ,
CALL YU s-zm urday.: their son, Bobby Sutton, noire Sunday school but he did suspend the pupil -

They toured the island visited from St. Mary'a Hospital West who inserted. he ad.
J. E. BEARDSLEY
.eeIt's
Hendry County Aluminum Sales the straw-market, took surrey Palm Beach where he was critically : -
rides, shopped the main street, and ill for several days BobbyIs ironical that Leonardo da REGISTERED SEAL ESTATE BROKER
Across from Post Office on Sunday spent the day at Paradise now somewhat Improved and Is Vinci receive: such popularity for
CLEWISTON FLORIDA Beach. recuperating! at his home here. his painting "Mona Lisa. Clewuton Phone YU 2.7501

They enjoyed the entertaining Visiting he R, B. Judds during Painting was more of a bobby
floor show aboard the boat Friday the past week have been Mr. and with him. His really big accomplishment :

night, and on Saturday night, accompanied Mrs A. A. Anna of Cocoa Beach wu inventing things.
But. he was far beyond his time
by some of the chaperones and Mr. and Mrs O. 0. Ands of
and of his Inventions
several in the class visited a alnesvllle, and Mrs Mattie Bennett many were
ridiculed, not only then but for
Nassau night club. and family of Newberry centuries later.
00' There was no untoward Incidentto Joe Marlin Billiard Paul Cato
Such eumple! device (as we
mar the pleasure of the students and Melvla'Lee made a trip to
.
know them
now) as the automotive
on the trip. The passage Friday Nassau by: plane Saturday, return-
jack, the variable speed drive
night was a bit rough due to squally
inI Sunday.: .
and the double-hull ship were I.i I.
envisloned
RESTAURANT weather, and a touch of seasickness Mr. and Mrs. T. H Jones, Sr., ages before leaaet'ml.odsrasped _
hit some of the group, but of Sarasota were guests last weekend
these principles.He I
once the landing was made, ever- of theta Jr., i
Saturday & any Tft&; Jones diagramed. and made modelsof l..M J
tf is- 14? Sundavnites: ,'.- thing was finelReceive and family.; They Mrhe' especially things suds U ha helicopter __

in the h attend the graduation of their parachute, projector undersea
All steaks will be prepared
Honors In granddaughter Joyce Jones. diving\ equipment and machine
Mr. and Mr*. Richard H. Knight'
"
gun as early as 1500. sea
Rainbow OrderThree of Jacksonville spent the weekend
PIT ROOMOn I He invented a rotating bridge,
visiting\ his mother, Mrs. Joseph-
Rainbow Girls and three military tank printing press and! '

our Charcoal Pit! adults have been selected in Clew. Ins by Knight.their They eon, were James accompanied who recently many(several ingenious atlll in use work-caving), \ tools

iston to receive the Grand Cross completed: an claimant in 268))
s-ktheh mile
With Tony doing the .cooking of Coke In a presentation In Fort the U. S. Navy. I age Hocono ha.

Lauderdale. Sunday. The girls are Mrs. Ruth B. Owen and Mrs. .
Baked Potato
Giant Chef Salad Idaho
Chris Guldens. Antis Lawrence and Mary Lou Owens of The ToggeryShop
Judy Vann; the adult are Mr. and attended the showing of new I PIZZA
L. 6 p.m.10 p.m. Mrs. Parker Wilson and G. D. fall fashions at the manufacturer*

______ Rackstrsw.. exhibits week in Miami .the first of the Sugarland YU 2-3311 Pharmacy HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS, Inc.. ; I

Mr. and Mr. Robert L. Morgan SuqcD'Lmd'Hlqhwar QawUton, Flo.

and family. are vacationing Ten .. -- .. \
ne"". i i
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Harris left
Clewiston Inn Friday for New Orleans where Mr. l'

The Harris medical entered examination Oschner and Clinic possible for r"NOW COOL EVE[ LARGEST ROOM.AR'EAS


Cfewirton, Florida Telephone YU W50I surgery.Mr. and Mrs. Steve Johnson of \:: .. QUIETLY, AUTOMATICALLY.I. I ,

Gainesville were guests of their I
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parents Mr. and Mrs. Edgar John ............ :,Ji .
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rence' last weekend, attending: the NEW' ............................... .;\,,\ I
raduatlon of Michael Durrence ..
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Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. ana ..... ....
Durrenoe and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson ;, .. J .
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were in Fort Lauderdale Saturday .: ...... .. ... i. ; "
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Sunday Feature Mr. and and Sunday.Mrs. 0. A. Pratt and AIR COMMAND \ ..................+;: .::: : I I :
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family are spending a vacation 1
ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS \
Beefeater visiting relative in Georgia. = ; .
the
For Jay Miner left Friday for Jacksonville .
to attend graduation of hU Greatest quality value In home cooling today I J. -: ";;

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niece Jean Miner, of ; ,
daughter
BEEF au JUS Mr. and, Mr. Nell Miner His fa ................................ pn.A. ,

ROAST PRIME RIBS or her, Representative dtarlea E. S I Model IOOA-311 I I '.
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Miner wa* also in'Jacksonville for s The finest room air conditioner .nywha,
the occasion./ I i for bigger capacity better performance and ,

Baked Idaho Potato Mrs. H. C. Avant and her daughter a quieter operation-yet It costs only pennies I i
Mr. Frank Cox were in I to run.
Gainesville this week attending the s I IS
'r with graduation at tbe'University of : Automatic climate contrbf- t let H and

Florida and. visiting Mr. Avanf : forget It Regardless of tha changes" In outside

Sour Cream & Chive DressingTossed granddaughter Mr*. Larry Gar I : temperature and humidity the AmIne
Butter or
Creamery rett. Mr Garrett JrM among the Air Command maintains constant room com

graduate receiving hi* degree. i fort as you ..selected K In advance .
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Mr. and Mr*. E. W Weaver .01_
Green Salad and daughter1 and Mrs Scheming e a..e/r.rr///////.....-.... ................................

of Lake Harbor and Mr. and Mrs. AskMsakauttnaM T .1

j ; E. W. Weaver Jr... of dewistoo
If of DresnerRolls' leaving this week Famous Assam Quality f''bI''S. : S .
are on a campingtrip
V Choice AmancsBACKED
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A. '. Into the tar Western state before iron buy any" room air conditional i t .

... .' Dr. and,Mrs. J. W. Ezella left
&" Butter Beverage Saturday tor Detaad to attend commencement a"Ovw-Slza Cooling Colls :j BY I '

:0' & at Stetson University. a Full-Rated Compressor :
:..:.. A CENTURY 010 TRADITION
Cents ? Their son, Jennings Ezell: was a a "Quiet Engineered"e : ,

Two dollars Seventy-five. member of the graduating class. Washable, Permanent-Type Filter !i 'Of FINE. .CRAFTSMANSHIP. .. ,- j'
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,.. 1 I Mr*. Wm. Schmidt Peter, and Quick, Easy "Automatic MounT& InstallltJofla .
,p' j Heidi Schmidt, havat'goo to Bio FotaWtyRust Proofing. )) -". .".. ..........-......._............ .... t I
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: ',"f dale Dl., tor the aummer. tit. .' i t

Schmidt and others of tha Schmidt ........ t
Horse Ranch are already back at< '

,'. !. Northbrook* tor the summer Farm wUh aeaaon.their. a herH r/f- / :::;) f : ;,1

carte" item : 0''Mr. and Mr*. C; E. Taylor/Jeya Glades Gas Co. ;
';'4ther'ezeeUent, ,table, *'*'*" or a la Laverne, Beverly and Ray Taylor. I

left Friday for a vacation la Tiltoo. l ll.

6:00 9:30 t Goy DAN MCCARTHY tPeYUX1311
Serving' 12:00 to 2:30 and : Mr. and Mr*. W H. Saga spent ,
1 ha weekend visiting wtth relatives l. 'CIewi.t";:: FkuWomen I
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joining the club to attend the next Mrs. Raymond Hayes
THE CLEWISTON ((11a.. NEWS 'l'bun., June e, 1883i Local Girls SecondIn Faye Guthrie Bruce McConville.I the hunting of alligators during an ren of Orlando are vllUnT
Jimmy McCarthy: degg Hooks. open season, with a $25 license re- meeting, regardless of whether or;I parents Mr. and
Mrs.
3-City Meet Ronnie Hooks, Gerry Weaver, Quits quired. The answer was favorable, J. BL **"-
Future plans for the club Include of alligators not you own !,sports car der.
the bunting
Joy I provided
Mazzlna, Donna Morrison
Club Plans
i Boat a cleanup day at the Boat dub of the hunting
The girls swim team Crawford Jerry Walton Barbara coincides: : with the regular
site, and at a later date, a familypicnic. -
dewitfon Recreation Department Waters, Connie Stantley, Nina dates.. I
): Moonlight CruiseThe finished second in a tri-clty swim Duckett and Mickey Williams. Local men are interested In Improving -
meet held in Ft Myers last Saturday These tests will be given at the the fishing in L-l Canal, FRANCHISE AVAILABLE IN HENDRY COUNTY
Clewiston Boat Club is planning C S. Mott Swimming Pool during and asked the Commission if a
( to take advantage of a full Ferrara Goes The Sarasota Swim Club finished the summer months as i>*rt of the study can be made to determine ELECTRONIC' INSECT CONTROL
moon this Saturday night June 8th first Clewirton. second and Fort summer program according to, why bass practically: : disappeared
and make a trip to Sportsman's To OrlandoCarl Donna, number one daughter, Eugene Fuller, director. : from the canal where they had for ............ .....trl... ..* riraltnrnl see A pry... .......
for dinner. If the weather In the girl's division while Fort been quite plentiful. The Commission till kaowa ....... with heel ...t......_.. "..lIn.. ."u....,
Village cooperate, the boats will leave Ferrara has accepted a position Myers Swim Association, third representatives laid, U the will ho fl.... lo ... .....l.. ._t........* mmt will .. .....*. w
the Ctewiston boat ramp at 6:30 at Evans High School in Orlando and Clewiston third in the boys Service Column law establishing managed areas is fartorr .......... Age .* pest ...orin.. BO fuctor. Car ... _
to know rlou MM. work hclpfal. For foil ..,_.tI.. ... ctalh,, ,
and is taking his new meet. they would like (.
and Join the Moor Haven up passed
p.m.
ls ..... or .hooo EDWARD _MILLER SOV, I:fC.. p. O. Drawer gjflt.
for the girl quite would
bead The victory interests favor
'. members about 7 o'clock: and then duties as coach Immediately : whether local .
.
: ; proceed on to SporUman'i Village. R. L. Maples will also coach In aa accomplishment: and Coach Fuller fit making L-l Canal a managed areaand n. r. PhoM ss'r111&FOR
] There after the dinner and short noted that while the victory I r the answer was affirmative.
,.:, I'"' business fusion, the group will atrl.nlll not growing rapidly, their The Hendry County;: Sportsmen's
.' bead back home. is vast improvement at each meet Association has been very active:
,;. i The trip will be entirely in the by local: boys and girls. i I in promoting obedience to hunting -
rim canal ao it should be very Quits MazzIna, swimming unat-l rules. and regulations, and In cooperating I
smooth, said Joe Sexton, comma Orlando but at another school. Be cached so that her points did not' in many ways. for the SALETwo
dore. will be at Edgewater High School: count for Ctewiston. won both the j j100yard I conservation of> wildlife. Fordson Major 4-wheel Drive Diesel Tractors
back stroke and the equip.
Interested la
All making
persons Charles Martin, who was on the
events in. the ped with log guards lights, and winch with 5/8"
this trip whether' members or not, coaching staff at OewUton High yard butterfly 100-1 cable
Sports Car GroupTo One machine odometer reading 72 hours.
are invited to come Along. Just be I this term, willie)to Mainland High division.
sure. your boat is ready for after School: la. Daytona Beach. Visit Jail Price $4,000.00One

dark traveling.FrtSat.! Em's Rollerland machine odometer reading 325 hours.
Presented l r Members of the Glades Sports
Awards Car dub win tour the Hendry Price $3,000.00
Monday for Fitness SoldtoWhittens County;: Jail next Tuesday night
to Ronnie Weis-Fricker Mahogany CompanyBox
visitors according
as
Eugene Fuller. director of the
OewJ toG Recreation Department Mr and Mrs. Emerson Ren Lee, club president 391. Pensacola. Flo. Phone 4554581
''I presented Amos Alonzo S ta g 6 have announced the sale. of Em's The newly organized club hold
IIILIiiiiiI awards to youngsters' in various Rollerland to new owners. Mr. and I weekly meetings each Tuesday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
age groups for their achievements Mrs Earl Whitten and their eon,I Paul N. Robertson. Jr., son of night
June 7-8 Menbel'mlp
i Phil Francis, at 7:30 p.m. : -
t Monday. Wayne. The Whlttens are former Paul R. Robertson
and
Capt Mrs.
I ALUMINUM SCREENSRUST
I is drawn from the entire
Double Feature Children weT."'"given points in residents of Qewlston and are re Clewiston, has received rating of A
I, four events and the winners were turning from Fort Myera! where lIe in the US Air Force. Graduatlog Glades area, and Its primary purpose
"Duel Of The .
la to provide organized recreation PROOF ROT PROOF
awarded medallons the physical Wayne has been a student at Edison from dewlston High School: in '
Titans"STEVE fitness! cjUadaHJon held at 'the Junior College. May 1950, he enlisted in the Air for sports: car fans. Lee in NEVER NEED PAINTING
:, Youth Center. Mr. and Mrs. Rena are loathe to Force in November 1980 and received urges aU who are Interested
REEVES Events were pushup, standing leave Qewiston, but for some training at Lackland AFB .. .''t .
GORDON SCOTT broad jump, situps and sprints. years have planned an extensive Texas and Chanute AFB, HI. Propeller Pumps Custom Fitted Bug ProtectionFor
Action with Hercules it Tarzan Winners boat trip. During the past winter
were: At Chanute he received a certificate S laches ..
"War Drums" 6-7 year old girls Gina Faye they have constructed: a sail boat for completing an aircraft WELL rviirsCentrifugal Any Type Window
Sexton, 43 points; 6-7 year old boys, which has been built beside the and missile pneudraullc repair Turbine
LES BARKERSun. .
Matthew Prewitt, 39 points. skating rink. Now they plan to man's course in April 1901. lie Mobile ramps Rests .
Mon. Tues. 8-9 year old girls Donna Stalls, take one-year old April ud their was transferred to Walker ATE Eepafra Ia unUoM
June 0.10 11 56 points 8-. year old boys, Kenneth boat and let mall for a fun trip Roswell New Mex., where he com Sales lento Sturdy All Aluminum Frame with 18 z 10 Aluminum Mesh
Cassidy, 85 points. as long as their fancy dictates pleted Aircraft Hydraulic Technl- Screening Installed In Your Windows
"Dr. No" 1011 year old girls, Judy Brant- They win return to dewiston "in clan's courses. He received a ratIng L & F Engineering CALL TCS-tni
Meet the most extnadl ar'e lay 49 points; 10.11 year old boys, between times," they ",. of 87%, the highest! In his
spy in all fiction Keith Carter, 51 points. Mr. and Mrs. Whitten! have followed -classes. A 1/e Robertson has also & Pump Co. Hendry County Aluminum Sales
12-13 year old boys, Andy Ballard roller skating for several been commended as to characterand Moore Raves Fla."
Wed. Thurs., June 12 13 86 points. years and Wayne bat1014 medalin workmanship from ranking officers Phone WHItehantW Across: from Post Office
"Family Night""Search Andy Ballard completed 48 pushups Skate Dancing: one of the few on KC-135 and B- 2',. Day er Night CLEWISTON FLORIDA
in one minute, according to in Florida. He is also qualified to He resides with his wife and two _
of Castaways"Dfaneys Fuller, which is quite an accomplishment teach figure at.tina-free style,; and small children at 503 E. Albuquerque I I
enjoyable story -- Roswell, N. Mex.
., "Magic Sword" All those who participated were The Wlttens extend a hearty; !invitation
given certificates by the Recreation to an roller skater in the
Thrills in Technicolor Local Sportsmen
) Department area to come and see them.
An all night skate from 11:30: Discuss Rules Skate All Nite!
p.m. Saturday. to 7:00: ft.m. Sun With Commission
day is a farewell session by Em
and Eileen. Five members of the Hendry

s \\ \,, .,. ,,,0\\ Swimmers Pass County the Sportsmen's meeting called Association la Naples attended
Wednesday evelng for Ihe' public Farewell Session by Em & Eileen
I wI Fitness Test discussion of any proposed rules
end regulations for the 19631I -& .
'r Members of the dewlston Recreational hunting season.Chalk. Saturday Night June 8th.
Department Swimmingteam I ."WtesenfeVd Ken Swayne, ,
: recently: passed the primary Jack Fry, .Curt'' Thompson and

',; ,I'I fun. ,,In..cool.comfortr for physical,swimming fitness A.A.U proficiency test George and Waldron gave] the attended Commission the meetIng their Regular Session 7:30 -' 11:00: P.M.

The,test consisted of 100 yards
views on some of the proposals

}r ,1 f I7JI/> /{Bring.the family: Lanes f open 100 backstroke:yards freestyle, 100 yards, 75 breaststroke yards with under Hendry discussion.The .County. men opposed 500 Skating -, 250 Skate rental,

1 clothes on and disrobe, enflate the dove in Hendry
I early season
/ bowling at alP"times. Slimmer trousers and float, tread water for
County. Their position was in favor
I five minutes and 400 yard swim. of dove and other birds being legal ALL NITE SKATE 11:30 p.m.1:00 a.m.
leagues now forming, Boys and girls passing the tests game only) during the regular hunting
were Danny Kreldler, Brenda Wale
season. Their opposition to an
dron Terry Moore, Janice Johnson early season applied to all except OPEN. TO ALL .
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Judy Brsntley, Jan Brantley i "
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which are under federal regulation. -
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Sugarland Pharmacy
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North Florida bunting, be11evin'l 501 Skating 251 Skate rental"
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FOR SALE 1959 Volkswsgo E. tlO.000. THE CLEVyISTON ( NEWS, Thurs., Jone S. 1907 Page 7
Camper in real good condition J. E. and Ruth R. Beardsky to -

27.000 miles. Phone YU 2-2891. Uc James W. Pastorlus Lot 5, BIt 201 heritage and Mrs Myron R. Blee, fteroooo. A fashion show wit| j j a ,

I Oewfatan 12200. president. Florida Congress of Par.Teacherl' -I highlight Thursday's events 'witft i A
FOR SALK1-1961 Ford EconoUne II I
Evelyn Jackmaa Sullivan, Executrix .. winner! mod
Association, will talk county dress revue
PHoNE yUkon Four cents GOING ON VACATION? What to. DEMAND GREATER THAN bus. 12.000 m ee. Ideal for of Estate at James Cecil on cultural: heritage.Dr. cling dreasea they have mad. ", //1';

RATES Insertion: 10 cents do with? your small pet, aquar EVER for houses, acreage, bus camping. _WY 2-5331. June Sop Jackmaa deceased, to Ira H. and M. O. Watkins, director 'Tb abort cows will oooclud i\\ t/
ium etc 25
" Word per tour JnsertloDltor cents per day. Call nesses. We have customers wait FOR SALE Parrakeets $200 Bonnie M. Mason. H interest in Florida Agricultural Extension oo Friday with' the election and l b ,w I
dm: lUII1 teapprriice: of UIree.jjQ. Wayne Ronan, YU 2-3501. itp In,. List your property with us. up. Mynah birds African lovebirds parcel .ID See 21.n. T- U 9. R43E. Service will define citizenship, especially tallation of State Council otfl. 1' .\ '

J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU Z-T50L I monkeys, cages, supplies 11.100.. a* related to 4-H Club core and a traditional candlelight.Log ,",Ii;:.
ATTENTION
Uo Pet boarding Thompson Wild< Evelyn Sullivan, formerly]; Evelyn Work. Mrs. Lewis Beds Tallaha ceremony: .
Prospective home buyers (or FOR SALEM Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- ; Jackman, Joined by her hut- see. homemaker and civic leader, :j,
commercial). I am seeking employment bedroom house 42E. 1236. tic band Daniel Sullivan to Ira H. will discuss spiritual heritage, IUd ) I
can save you many m Cross Sagamore.In Contact F, O. and Bonnie M. Mason ft Interest. Dr. Stanley J, Marshall bead of Officer Explains \
Belle I
can handle planning J in procedures Glades. Phone In parcel In Sec 21, T 45 S R 34 science education, Florida State '! .1'
J'i iENT-rumlsbed cabins and and complete construction. 966-2716. June 27p All Watch RepairMUST i E, $1.100. University, will talk on educational Service to Vets I' l,:
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.may JohnSon rtahIn Camp Write George Kendall Box 785 WARM CANE land. $1100per BE PICKED UP heritage. The cervices offered' to veteransand '

ticj2.1181. dewlston, Fla. tie acre. E. M. McNaulle, 1622:: Florida: Issued Dr. E. Laurence Chalmers, Jr., their dependents was explained :

bedroOm furD1Jhed SINGER SEWING MACHINE N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale BY JUNE 15 assistant dean of faculties, Florida by Hendry County Veterans Ser- {,
JENT-2 JIIII' 10th. Multi only representative will be at Old- Fla., Phone 564-2528 ltc State University will present the. vice Officer Frank E. Veltre to Ro ,t I
CLOSING
TrJ1ldad.by! Mrs. Morris W* dens Furniture Store each Friday. FOR SALE Two bedroom CBS STOlEClewi.ton /2 Million LicensesTo challenge. of leadership when new tames Monday ,. r
) E. ltp For parts sales, service stop In I. bouse. Corner of Atlantic and Watch State 4-H Council officers are In- The legal rights of veterans are I :

.Go" or call YU 2721. tic Sagamore. Can YU 2-5701. June 6p '62 Fishermen stated not always understood by the men '" i

;i81ENT 2 and 3 room fUr- DO BABY SITTING in home from __ &: Jewelry: The girls will have their pick of or their families, and the service I ,

bed spartment Phone 21271.Uc 8 to 6, week days. Ages 4 years I classes music, food science, re officer Is familiar with these and ,,; '<.
TALLAHASSEE-A total of 502.
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and up. 711 Bond Street June27p I creation newswrlting.! career ex- with other procedures In c)llJlec"I.,. I
-TRENT-TWO bedroom beach flliscellaneousforSafe 810 persons purchased resident ,donation, wardr o b e planning tion with the administration. H* 'J "
and beacllslde cottages. NEW SUPPLY OF SCRATCH. r1iiiI..lCLERK and non-res43ent licenses to Hah in health, personality development, can often save valuable! time In
1Id Mrs J. c. Gill, 2433 FIrst PADS are ready.! News office. Florida during 1962 to place 13th child care, public .speaking civil settling claims.
and PICK YOUR OWN-4n In nationwide of licensed
your con a survey :
Veltre advice
J41erI. defense, safety home improvement live some good
vet,, Fort "JStT BLUM & SONS PLASTERING tainer.. Peas 1 Ib. 4c or 11.00 ham- port fishermen. States with more
TYPIST needed for part how to select email kitchen on wills, Inventories of propertyand '
Very Best Work per; Okra lb. lOc; Acorn: squash, time. Minimum 24 hours per licensed fishermen than Florida equipment and bow to shop. the Ilk, which are helpful to "
; -RENT-Large modern bed- We Save You Money 5c each Approximately 15 miles week. Hourly rate plus mileage were California, Minnesota, Wisconsin I Juniors and seniors will be bon' an e.1t1ze1lolPo'bether veterans or
,L kitchen, utilities, telephoneJrV Petering Simulated Stone south on SR A832 at Ira Mason allowance. Written applicationsonly Illinois Indiana Mich .orees at a reception Tuesday June
privilege Phone MUO.nWs. Stucco- Free Estimate place. Look far sign ltc to Roberts Box 350, Rt 1, !ian, Missouri.i New York, 11. Four-H talent will be presented notPresident Carlos. Dickey reminded

, tfc Licensed and Insured FOR SALE Payroll Moor Haven Fin June6c Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee Wednesday night The delegateswill ], Rotarians that Induction ceremonies -
envelopes
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25 Years In Business and Texu, according to a report
8 RENT-Two bedroom duplex printed wills form for social security I tour tile State Capitol and the will be held at next Mon-
Unfurnished. May bee 3850 Lora Street by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Supreme Court \ da luncheon the Inn
,pptment Atlanve. Fort Myers, Fla. tic withholding and other de- Real Estate New Service. buildings ThursdayHarlem ,* meeting .
512 South -
after 8p.m. ductions. Box of 500. dewlston
Uc ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 In commenting:! on the report A.
News Office. Hendry County real estate transcttons D. Aldrich director, Florida Game

8 RENT Trailers and Trail- FOR SALE-1900 16-ft Owens fiberglass by the Hendry County Title and Fresh Water Fish Commission News
r jpaces. Royal Palm Trailer boat with 80 hp Mercury and Abstract Company:, said ,the survey indicates
rt Phone YU 2-2603. tfc REAL 'ESfATtaEAL electric motor with alternator and
RENT-Bedroom with prix jailer. Brand new windshield and to Thomas. E. and SuzanneH. not the total number of fishermen Events and News Of Our Colored Community

Ut R bath. Phone 2- 88L W. H.BYSnTING .I top. Motor has lets than 100 hours Douglas, parcel. Sec 32. T43S within state. Some states require MRS. JANE S. GAIADHA Colored News Editor
R 32 E,11,700.Lads
tto ESTATE running time. Can be seen at 721 sportsmen to purchase separate licenses '
"saes' 342 W. O'BISPO. Unfinished steel Cortex Phone YU 2-7151 or YU and Mary Frances Cars stamps, permits: or tags Phone YU 2-7851 :
8-2571. tic ttllleD to Carol S. and FrederickW. for fishing for different kinds offish
masonry house. Win sea si II
Installation Service Personal Mention
Heinemaa parcel In Sec 32,
or for fishing In dtferentareas.
or complete to buyers
, usines$'ServiceS Exclusive.NORTHSIDES. specifications. ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS T 433, R 32 E, 1300. I Some state require ... Guaranteed. $19.95 down.. $14.04) U. S. Sugar Corp to Kendall to all fishermen! and six Seers of Sugarland Post No. 211 Mrs Eloise Cox 'was a guest in
bedroom frame
per month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. Properties Inc., Lots 1 through 9, states require .a license to fish in of the American: Legloa were held West Palm Beach: Sunday, June
110,000. .. YU 2-7131. tic IncL Blk. ..9. Oewiston, $.400. salt water. If all fishermen were Sunday afternoon, June 2, the ceremony 2, where she attended the baccalaureate
for the summer.m NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame,
service of Roosevelt High
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Eva Ma Powell to E. J. and counted, regardless] of age method was held in the Harlem Recreational
picj 9000.
children on
take your school. Her brother David Carntah
Maud C. Blount, Lots 25 and 26, or location, Florida would pets Center.
, iwimming. etc. Hours 8 to 5. ACREAGE as available. Frank Denmead Blk. 432, C ewlstoc. $1,400. Officers for the Com was a member of the 1963
ably lead the nation in total Dumber years are:
5 NEW 2-BEDROOM 2
YU 2-1875. ACRES. ,
4 Mrs. Velazquez. class ot the school
graduating :
Loraln Wynn to Ernest R. and of port fishermen.In maDder Willie. Young; Adjutant,
bath frame home. Hardwood"
Juno 13p floors. Llceased Florida Real Estate Elms T. Radish Lot It, Blk 335 the sale of noixwsJdent licenses. Nathaniel Black; 1st Vice Commander Mrs Luther Harvey returned i,

iP COVERS and drapes. Cur 325 FHA HOMES in Broward Palm Across tram Broker Fair Ors ads Oewiston, 1000. Florida. placed 8th with a William Hill; 2nd Vic home Monday from Lake Worth,
m made.. Complete line of Beach and'Dade counties various Ofo. Fhone YU S-I4S1 W. A. and Aletha K. Dltzel to total of 135.223 visiting: fishermen. Commander Earnest McCray! Finance Florida after being confined to
,pay and slip cover fabrics. sizes and prices. Small cash Ralph and Gladys, M. Denning, States with more non-resident : Officer, Roy Bobo; Chaplain General HospitaL To the delightof .
et estimates. Can YU 25831. payment. RENTALS Two-Bedroom parcel in Sec 13, T 43 S, R 28 E, fishermen than Florida Elder Nathan Reed; Historian her' many friends. Mrs.. Harvey'' '

g Colhern'f Custom J'urnlturej FOR RENT Efficiencies and Apartment Famished.Interne 45,000.. fornia., James Dixon; Sergeant at Arms, is convalescing nicely.HOSPITAL ,
Upholstery tfc houses as available. Property Morals V. BUckwelder: to Hazel nesota Missouri, Tennessee and William Owens; Service Officer,

MMunnpjgij "iJQljJpjyiiSjyBfjJiajHIfMFive .. Over 1.000 vacant lots to select S Fish Camp. Highway Folly B. Dykes; Lot 18, 20 and 22, Blk Wleco sin. The atota. of Hawaii George Dudley
from for all purposes. Various Equipped. Buildings, S LaBelle $5.000. landed on the bottom with a total Installing officer was, Dave NOTESColored
Acre Tract prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. bests inventory complete J. C.. and JoAnn Baas and El- of 4,209 licensed fishermen It of Stockman past commander of'oat patients admitted:
AND INCOME ready to g*. PrIced at en. win and Irmay Gray Baas to which were non-rwdient.< 93. He was escorted. by Corn- Maggie Harris. Lebert Bell, WiU
In the Smokies PROPERTY: year's gross.' Terms. Agnes M. McDantel parcel: in Sec Aldrich said ,.dating Is a big ride Rogers, Sergeantat-Arms. lam PhUpotts. Dorothy Ma Poe

near Cherokee $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent ROME FOB BALE Tw 17, T 45 S. R 94 E, $38,750. business when one considers fee Following the cervices, an elaborate ter, Jhnmi Freeman Daisy. Ma ,
Miles from Towasa CBS construction $25,000. small homes oa CS 27 excellent Oscar: and Zona Bass to Agnes national total of 23,084.814 licenses banquet was enjoyed: by a Johnson Annie. M :Cray, Thomas
Jeep Read LONG TERM low interest, farm, bay. With terms. M. McDanM. parcel in Sec 17, T tags, permits and stamps Issued large group of Legionnaires sod! Garry Jr., Ezra Ricketts, Web-
$31 cub and cane grove and ranch mortgages .5S.RltE. during 1962, with a gross cost to their friends. A short program was ley Lee, Blandford Douglas Kath- I
ACKEAGE 32t
acres. Highlands -
minimum $50,000. County. Suitable for Clarence A and Anola M. Wll- the fishermen. amounting to 154- presented by the local Auxlliaryr rya' e"Walker., Marytna Bale '
$31 monthly lams to Rob and DorothyC.'Daniel 63,163.00 "I
LISTINGS NEEDED, + citrus cleared and reedy Colored Patients remaining: '
FOR .' I 'J. M. LANKFORD .12.... per acre. '*, parcel in Sec 17 7, 43 S, It 29 Kindergarten NotesThe Kenneth White, OrveU Lewis I I'

three years Reg. Real Estate Broker Thomas Garry r.. Mary Adderley,. I
Seminole GirlsWillGotoFSU Fifth Commencement exer-
Write Box 760 I 530 East Sugarland Highway e county 41 Acre.line.on Easily Hendry-CoUler' acces cues of the Whltfleld Kindergartenwere :Mary Helen Dewey, Ezra Ricketts j

Belle Glade Fla.rsa.sassasp.ar..n. Fire, Auto and General sible. Make wonderful bunt- WANTEDTO held Friday nighCMsySIit Webtey Lee Blandford Douglas !
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I Insurance lag camp site. Near proposed t7:30: pm.: at. the Harlem Gymna- johnny Lee King Ruden Lewis, I
dewistnn. Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 turnpike between Ft., torium. f.l- William Fhilpotts, Lebert Bell
....-......-......-.-...-..-.-.-.-.-....! Landerdale and Naples. LEASE For Short Course Iowa: The program was as > Dorothy Porter Daisy Mae Johnson
---i I $101 per sere. Kathryn Walker Cabell Nan
l/2 Section or Less Processional; Selection Audience
1(0 Acres. Sand mock. 40 Carol Frank and Ester Cypress ; The Lord's Prayer, School; Annie McCray: Marylna Bain
acres In cane balance suitable CHOICE MUCK from Big Cypress Reservation will wenty-Thlrd Psalms, Audience; George Booker Jimml Lee Free
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY II for additional cane LAND represent their 4-H Club at the Selection, School; Welcome Drill man.

B12I Acres, Hendry .....&1'. Florida State Girls' 4-H Club Short Class; Salutatorlun, Nathaniel Cole
Canal along property, timber With Drainage Course. Five-Hundred of Tlorlda's Flower Drill; Valedictorian, Mel- t. ,
WALDRON'Sa Make excellent citrus. 9125. top 4-H dub girls will be on hand bin Ganlous; Flag Drill (forming Card of Thanks

BOTTLEFOR per acre. PRINCIPLES ONLY at Florida State University on alphabets); Introduction of Speaker I wish to express my sincere
MEATS AND GROCERIESOpen 19 acres. mock planted m 0ox 101 Clowtston, Florida Monday, June 10, for a week of Mrs. B. S. Bobo; Speaker Mrs. thanks and deep appreciation to

cane.IS education in 4-H leadership.The L. F. Smith; Presentation of Diplomas the many friends. for their kindness ,.

AppliancesSa1esService 7 AJU. 8 PJt (mack acres) la gracing. Close in 48th Annual State Girls' 4-H Mrs. V. L. Whltfleld. Graduation during my recent: lllnets and I '
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Glades Roofing Co. Club Short Course will open Monday Song Class; Offering.' Mrs. confinement In the General Hospital I

SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Registered Real Estate AH Type ef Roof and evening with a welcome from wattle Williams; Distribution of Lake Worth Fla. I am grate I h
Salesman Sheet Metal Work Dr. Gordon W. Blackwell. president Guts, Mrs. Willie D. Weekley and ful Indeed to Bishop Suggs and the
POWER GASCORPORATION ror Your Spur of Moment Picnics JUANTTA JOHNSON' New Construction or' of the Florida State University .Irs.. Liza Ma Clark; Benediction. officers and members of the First
.... none YU Mill Repair Jobs r and Miss Anna Mae Slkes, Born Church, Oewiston, Rev. and ,t:

Four Miles East of dewistoa CARROLL L. BENSON Phone 2-7111 state borne demonstration agent Class Roll: Mrs. Titus A. RoUe. Jr., West I'
Fa. YU 2-9J22 Following the theme "4-H Builds Nathaniel Cole, Melbla Gene Palm Beach Mrs Albertba Rush

CALL Bare Beach and Day or Evening on Our American Heritage state Ganlous Vemon Harold] Kelley, Lake Worth, and all who remembered
COLLECT:
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South BILL ARMOUR p. O. Box 1143CLEWISTON. leaders will present various aspects : Gleneva Allen Margaret Ann m. with cards flowers and '
Bay WY WS11: Ph. YU S-$421 FLA. of our heritage. Secretary Clark, Deborah Ann dark Thorns kindness. May the' blessings of

of State Tom Adams will dlloua.America' Earl Payne, Douglas Beacham,, God be showered upon Neb and
,Attention CattlemenNow economic and political Ernest: Madrid Lathe Doretha all of you !
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WANTED See the new I Weekley, Jerome Jackson Calvin Respectfully. I
Is the Hue to consolidate Leroy Castleberry Deborah Ann Mrs. Louisiana Broadnsx Harvey

CustomersEXPERIENCE roar debts with a long term lam CRANBROOK TRAILER Askew Carlton Emanuel Colllni, I
loan Jew Interest rates with Rose Marie Ford; Sylvia Inetta I :
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NO 50 x 10 2 bedroom Robinson. Claudette Lavern Dixon, Hilton's GroceryGroceries
Federal Land Bank I and Carolyn L. Fender.BIRTHS.
Marti
Fresh r
only $3,850Low
lee .r Writ .... VegetablesCold
NECESSARYJordan W. L MAY Monthly ......f l, in the Drinks Essential Items .
payments
down payment Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris are W* Appreciate Your Patronage

& Pridgen Box 818 WaleaU' BufldlagBradeatoa $66.26See v ROAM! the proud parents of a son, who Mr. and 1 Mrs. Tharstoa Dillon ,

nES: SERVICE STATION Florida this beautiful mobile Mme at wu born on May 29, and weighed Proprietors ,"
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eight pounds 12 ounces.1As

BENDRT CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES you on.Michael Antonio, was born i,
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itle &: Abstract COUNTY Co. EVINRUDESales 172.27 Clewlatoa. FU._ I Decoratetoday on Booker June T.2nd.Johnson to Mr. The and baby Mrs. Allen's Lawn Service ,:

lie nraet.-Ttu. lDnruoeIrId weighed four pounds six ounces. LAWN' SERVICE "
h bU !WenurapaerDnplteatiag II Mr. and Mrs. James Walker of Efficient' and Friendly;
\ :.. and ServiceNew W* want Your Business
of
Rifts Camp aM parents a seven
B&. .; W* aim to satisfy'
Fark .
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idIel1a. p. O. Used Motors HOMESOlympia Yukon S6248ETbert
lid M' and MODEL JUDe 3 in Hendry General Hospital.
_For 0111I11 I.UI1 llarln Hardware IROULATEXMnuo;: !: Allen Jr., ProprietorWillie's

PfoInpt. Efficient Accessories IATK
Farts and
or Rome delivery Safety Equip**** ....qN = JULIA'S
Maria
lilt ISE at 111A1n HERALD Fboo TVkoa) S-U11 and Alverdez Avenues Err :.,.e. ; BEAUTY NOOKFor
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.II Bobby Giddens R. E. 98 z.1, Tbrttos- Styling Cutting your shoes that shin I
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Fresh Meats ,l
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by appointment, call,
: Fuller's'country Cold Drinks Oewistou New ;

AUTO SALES SERVICE J. E. Beardsley Sales 'Agent !
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w, Page 8 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS Thur.. June 6. 19113 .
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Walter L. Streauel and Jim Knight UNCLE DAN FROM DEVIL'S GARDENDEAR I -
( Plea Day in each fined $25 or 10 day on drunk oW
charges MISTER EDITOR: lag he wa a farmer I don't know
', Bonds forfeited by Judge Parsons I see by the paper when how this would! work out, Mister
County Court I included a $SO 'bond for Till several colleges I* eompUIn- Editor. I recollect hearing my Pa
man Chapman Jr., on a no valid log that the honor system fee say one time that a real farmer
Samuel Todd Williams, J. T. Robertson driver' license charge; a $34 bond taking exam at the end of this could hear a hen cackle and tell
and Van Gary Robertson, for Paul Miynard speeding; $3)) school year wasn't working whether she wa laying or lying
three of the 17 youths pleading not bonds for Woodrow Beekman for none toe good. We wed that If we git this new tax benefit far One StopService
guilty at Hendry County Court plea speed to great for condition; Roy intern back when I was a be,. farmers, we might have to use the
day two weeks ago appeared before R Russell, driving on wrong side The teacher would announce laying and lying test
Judge B. N Parsons at Mon- of road and Stanley Edward Bryant that we was M ear honor and Zeke Grubb told the tellers be
day's Plea Day changing their speeding would we please all set three had saw piece .la the papers
pleas to guilty The :youths were Twenty-five dollar bonds were desk apart It worked prtttr where the Guvernment was spending -
each fined $25 or 25 days, after a forfeited on drunk charge Jar good In them day and I'd recommend $80,000 at Beltsville in Maryland
solid reprimand from the Judge Bartold Mate; Willie Sweet, disorderly It fer this generation. to build a hospital for the
who advised the boys to carefully conduct; Clriaco M. Flores It looks like choose heir associate improper diice's license and Ml is pitting less every day. Fer Instant he recollected that when old charlie
I'' :Merrel Lowe of dewlston charged guel Angel Games no tag.WorkStudy I was reading this piece in Wilson took a job in Ike's cab
,, with disorderly conduct to the papers where penny weighing inet he aid that what was good
machines about to. disappearin good far
: was fer General Motors was
which he pled guilty, was fined
Plan this country. A feller in Memphis the county and Zeke fillers that
',' $200 or 90 days.
claimed he used to operate what Is good fer the dogs ought to
Little Charlie Osceola charged :500 of these machine but he' be good fer people. He' in favorof
with overwidth, will appear before now down to 161 and aim .to go he Guvernment building special -
the court at next Monday's session At USF Enrolls out of buiines He says they Just hospital fee expectant mothers
it being necessary that an ain't no profit no more in traveling This brung a round of applause
Indian interpreter be present all over the area collecting: the from all the Sellers and it wa so
Sammie Lewis Johnson, charged Charlotte Stokes pennies. And up till it took a.nickel voted.
with four offenses of the law, was to mall a letter the. nickel wa And my pamphet yesterday from '* Printing of all kinds-
fined $25 or 25 days on the chargeof Charlotte Anne Stokes of Clewls- about to. git extlnk like the Buffalo. the U S. Department of Agriculture : -
dropping load on $SO or :SO days lor leaving the at the University The fellers at Cooperative program country: a "study" showing moreIt Letterpress printing in any size or quantity. We can
'
.,I scene of an accident; $75 or 75 of South Florida in Tam- Saturday night wa setting around costs to feed a teenage boy thana
days for willful and wanton reckless pa. After completing a, trimesterof giving each other the benefits of teenage ...L They announce for also handle register forms continuous forms for
driving; $SO or 25 days for work for the Hillsborough County their doubts and Ed Doolittle said instant, that It costs on average ,
having no valid dr.1ver'slJcense. School System. Miss Stokes is he had noted where Congressmenfrom $11.40 a week to feed a teenage
I II Santos Rosado Valentin charged on campus for a trimester of study ome farm states was tryingto boy between 16 and 19, and only billing machines. If it's printed, we can do it for you
il.. with failure to. have vehicle under In the Work-Study program, we git a special item in Kennedy' $880 for a girl the came age. It
control, was fined 125 or 25 student first complete' two tri tax cut plan far giving !the farmers probable don't cost more'n $25,000 quickly and economically.
days; Joe Hall, charged: with profanity master of study on campus. Then a better deal with taxe Clem to make this "study," so I reckonit
was fined $25 or 25 days for a 32 month period he alternate Webster allowed a* how this would wa* worth it to the taxpayer
with Carol Lee Grier fined $50 or trimesters of paid employment in bring on a heap of confusion: on account :- Your Truly
: 25 days for having no valid driver the field of his major with trimester : of ever city: gardner claim- UNCLE DAN. '* -
I *! license. I of classroom work. The student EngravingWe
Also charged with having no then return to the campus to
driver'*Jlcense: was George Good- complete in one of two trimestersof handle wedding announcements, invitations
win, who was sentenced to :50 days study the remaining academic: Juvenile Court Counselor's ReportOn
and on a second charge of driving work for his degree
business cards other
personal of
while intoxicated or or any type en-
received a fine The program gives the student a ,
of $150: or 90 day. chance to integrate classroom Instruction Year's Activity in Glades-Hendry graved stationery.
William Andrew Hill charged with practical: on-the-job
with speeding was fined $12.50: or experience The University South Dr. James W. Wright juvenile the year. Thi* included three white
10 days, with Wailaco R. Brooks, Florida is one university out of court counselor for Glades and boys, four*Negro boy, and one
"Edward Sheehan Robert Karla, more than 60 colleges: and universities Hendry counties in presenting his white child admitted to Sunland
in the United States which annual report to the county judge, Training SchoolIn 'r Rubber Stamps-
r WE WILL BE: have Work-Study programs. listed 862 cases and complaint the ,*m. category! committment
Currently I assigned to cooperative em- counties: during the last year white boy committed and two Indian 5-day service given on any kind of rubber stamp.
CLOSEDALL ployers in five state including a
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large number with the National He was busiest in Hendry. In Signature stamps take a little longer but can be secured -
DAY ON Aeronautic and Space Administration the report to Hendry County Judge la Hendry at present, there
': WednesdaysUNTIL program at Cape Canaveral 3roward N. Parsons Dr. Wright an 102 eases ef an types now .
,
.: Marshall Space Flight Center of.hated S26 cases and complaints. under snperrUion; In Glade
:f" Huntsville Alabama and the Man- In[ the report to Glades County the number I II 74. Case under
'j ned Space Craft Center Houston, Judge James C. Fountain the total Investigation In Hendry now
ERNIE'SBarber Texas The Space Agency through was 236.Wright. number 'J; In Glade,2.
the University Is .seeking additional Advertisingoffered -
ale. reported travelIng Parent now being counseled. at
Shop students in engineering accounting
20.410 mile In Hendry, their in
request effort to resolve
,0' L EBN1B AND LLOYD tics, physics, economic and relatde, math area vta/tts-/ and 14420 mile In Glade marriage problems which affect to you through the Clewiston News. If your
r during the period.June 1. 1981 children,_'number eight couples
to Mar 1, 19(3. Average nam involving 26 persons in Hendry. In business requires reaching the mass market this is
j her *f hour! on court businessIn ) Glades the' number Is two couples
I If Hendry for the year was and 13 persons.
23.15 hours, and 24.45 hour! Dr. Wright also note that in your headquarters for a single advertisement or a
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Other statistics: part of almost everyone in the campaign.

... county has been good Reports In-
f Cases with petitions filed Hen-
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