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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME-=== -- -38 NUMBER 23 CLEWISTON)- ,FLORIDA- THURSDAY- -JUNE-SO-: -, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed Sec 343.3, P M. Subscription $4 00 year .,iii
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member of the JIen- cretlon of the
hospital board.
end Co Sikes Dtr Hospital Authority, Bendry General 1 is on, of the.county'
4r1 flieiI :year resume of Hen : largest employers, contributing Work Starts On
dh General Hospital, ending $164,57145to the economy
r SI, 1963, at the Kiwanis In wages last year, employing a ... < .
LuJlCbeOn :yesterday minimum staff of 40
DOted that the hospital hat The hospital authority owns the
Sikes to a 1..bed capacity and Health Center In LaBelle valuedat Sewer
expanded during the recent rascal year: $57,901, the insurance and wain System
ilia!occupancy was 63.4 percent, tenance Is paid by the county com .
ill avert length of atay, mission.

wiry daYS the, *rPatIent Sikes said the. present hospital Clewlitoa's first sewage contract amio title pipe line, 353: feet in :
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residents presently enjoy building and furnishings: are Valued got underway this week with the length, with "wellpolnts" or small
toa rates lower than most any at 1241,878.78. which does not arrival of men and equipmentfrom pipe Inserted at 30 inch Intervals. ,
Sal the tate, with,private Include the land valued at $38,- Smlth-Sweger construction These wellpolnts go deep into the :
S$1500. semi-private $10.00 880. The valuation figure does not firm of Clearwater, which his the earth and a pumping operation ,,'
Swarfs, WOO per day.Of Include the present addition now a:WA e contract for the aewage collection draws the water through the well- '
admitted last under construction, whldj. will cost system points into the dewatoring line :.
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tie patients and under $47.718, when completed A ditch digging machine, bull which discharge it into a ditch ('. ,
fear 18(4( % were ia 45-64, and; The hospital receives monies dozer, concrete mixer brick layers on Its way to the drainage CAnaL ,;
Xl/7' lUo44II1were; from the race track fund and to and pipe layers were startedon Two 350 foot line and the two
W%, 65 and ov -r.TV date this ;year has received $33,030, the job at the western end of pumps are now at work.
hospital accounts receivable. with a final payment due \this mon- 4.n the system near the high schooL C M Owen 11 1 superintendentof
lor the year, ending March 31, th. The work is progressing eastward the construction firm and T F.
BO. were approximately $355,000, Sikes gave a complete break- along the easements at the rear Kannaday 1* foreman ou the job.
4 which $2tt per cent had been down on how race track funds are of the highway lots An 8-lnch! pipe, The consulting engineering firm
aid by May 31st. Accounts receiv- allotted in Hendry County: 1s being laid approximately 10 of Gee & Jensen is represented by
abIt for the same period, one year The first "0.500 goes to the feet underground with manholesand M M. Prewitt as resident engineer
riler were $242261, which give school board for retirement of lift station installed accord- and John Bra Inspector
a increase In revenue of approxtoitely bonds for gyms in Oewtston and Ing to the engineer's plans Sidewalk supervisor have shownan
one-third. LaBelle; Although the water table is only interest in the project, despite
He speaker explained that/ the The next $12.500 goes to the Boardof thee or four feet below the surface the hot weather; they invariably
topiul budget Is set up wherebyI County Commissioners for retirement the men work in dry soil at l express surprise that the pipe is
I per cent of the monthly cross, of Jail revenue bonds 10 feet down because of a dew a tor- so deep in the earth and that it '+"
k sat aside for a bad debt fund; The third $33,000. 2/3 to the Boardof ing line laid on the tuface near the is not larger Rr;r
ud I per cent for a courtesy and County Commissioners, 1/3 to ditch. This line is an 1 inch con The city la advertising now forbids I '

maid fund, to be used at the dls- the Board of Public Instruction. on the sewage disposal plant, I ,'"
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This totals 88000. The remainderof DENNIS POSTELL APPEARS TO GIVE THANKS charges were filed and the accident termed un POPPY DAY bids to be opened on July 22nd. ;.
all race track funds for the for Ma safety following a eollislon between his avoidable The boy had not turned en (h* light SET Work WM started on the collection '
Careless Driving county are divided: 35% Board of brother's motor bike and aa ante driven by Virgil ea the motor bike and was a contributing factor; system first because it require ... .
Public Instruction, 34% Board of Felix Fnrnagner last Wednesday Joseph Patent McCleUand said. Th driver ef the ear has his a longer time to build.
Spills Milk Monday County Commissioners and 31% to received minor bruises and eats a* the brothers back to the camera aad McClelland I* shown In BY AUXILIARY Temporary, interruption of traf. '\\f.,
Hendry: County Hospital Authority. were struck at the Intersection ef Atlantic and the background. Motorist are urged to be especially fie occurs a* the line are laid
Bill Joe Wyatt of Belle Glade At present the hospital "self- Ventura about dark. According .. C. F. McClel careful for children now that school I* out Saturday, June 22 will be Poppy across streets, but the contractor
bee been" charged with "care1essIvIDI' supporting"! and all race track land ef the pollee department Furnaguer stopped by Chief of Police Wendell Whaley, who was at Day. Member of the American will make every effort to cause a* '
by Oewlston Police De- funds are being used for improve- at the Intersection and proceeded onto Ventura the scene STAFF PHOTO Legion Auxiliary will sell the artificial i little Inconvenience a* possible., h4r\ ;
pertinent as a result of an accident not the the motor bike. Ne I ,'/.,
seeing boy
ment and expansion, Sikes said en poppies made by hospitalized I ;.'"
Monday morning at the Interaction '- A law is on record, whereby the veteran, aid Mr. Edua Gunn ,\
of Alverdez"'and Olympic County Commissioners can assess Riding Club Meet V. F. W. PLANS I this week. Randy CockruT I (,,;
driving a 57 International
Wjatt -
a 3 mill levy for the hospital I "Clewiston Bargain Sale. of the popple provides money -
IIcArthur Dairy Truck war should] the need arise This privilege Sunday Afternoon for services to veterans and Sight Endangered
traveling west on Alverdez and DANCE SATURDAY ,
has their dependent. It Is
never been used, Sikes an oppotunity ,
Muck a.53 Chrysler driven' byIendwioc said. Hospital race track participation lope, caddie and eow-eha- I Festival" Scope Is for everyone to express appreciation Randy Cockrlll and Us mother! -
Rhodes, who war travel- in 61-62 was $35,893;' lag enthusiast Including men The VFW Auxiliary will sponsor for the many sacrifices Mrs. James Cockrlll: are going \to '
log north on OIympiaeccorcil.q toOK ben ef the recently Riding and a dance at the VFW Hall Saturday made by. veteran of all U. S. Gainesville today for consultation:
of Police! Wendell Whaley. Roping Club, have a J pm. night, starting about $:30, Mid wars. with an eminent eye surgeon at the
litre are no traffic signs at the Weather Report meting planned for Sunday at Mr. Dean Brilliant this week. Enlarged MondayWith University Teaching Hospl'al
Intersection Whaley said however the Jim Woodward Eanch, sit A live band will provide music BUY A medical Center.
!Etudes bad the right of we Date, Maps .MID" RI mile west of ClewUton en and admission will be $100 for 22 Clewiston merchant endorsing Randy, who baa a rare physical '.
wee be was already the Interaction June 13 92 74 1.30 V. 8. 27.Among. men and ladle will be admitted "The Oewlston Bargain $uJJy y Fdppy'Poppy disturbance which has cost him i
when struck. Damage to June' 14 __ '87 71 T the event will be'a free Festival" scheduled for this, summer the sight of one eye, u now battling '
tU two vehicles was estimated at June 15 __ ill 70 .28 calf scramble contest for the Mr. Bullfant aid Ue dance plans to add door prizes to to save the light of the other I
11IO.00:' each. June IS II 74 .02 young competitor up to art may be repeated later bi the summer the drawing were approved by Day cam Into existence aid hIs mother. He baa been under
Taking pert In the Investigation! June 17 ...,., .91 73 .26 12.The If there 1* demand for affair merchants present at Monday'smeeting following World War 1. The poignant the car of killed eye specialists I II
litre Whaley, and officers C. F. June 18 13 89 .89 public la I Invited to attend .- of this sort:: wartime poem "In Flanders almost! since birth If his. condition '
acdeUaad and R. D Sapplngton.He June 111 113 70 The Festival. which J*,to stimulate field" referred to the blood red can be cleared up the doc I
--- -- businea and better relations blossom which sprang up betweenthe tor'* hope to make a cornea transplant

between. merchants and customers rows of crosses marking the thus," .saving:..light, "In.,\his. ?. .
will be held at undecided date graves of those who died in battle. one good eye. ** '-
.
NORAD As Seen by NEWS Publisheran will offer bonus ,bargain,to residents From this, the Idea for a special An ultimate cornea; transplant '
a free trip to Nassau and day "Popple For Remembrance"led has been planned by Rindy'i doc .
numerous door prizes for those who to the project of the sale of tor for some time, but develop. .
register. Buddy Poppies mend In the condition of the eye
ik II blue over South Ftor- North American Defense Com- enemy outside our borders. the Russians have fired their IC- The trip to Nassau for two 1 I. being are now critical, said Mrs. Cock
Ida and It is tilled with happy cltlam mand. The press was chosen for this BM's 6.500 mile in test, and that provided by Radio Station rail The doctor to whom Randy '
going about their work and The story of NORAD has never mission and Beryl Bowden publisher they have the capability of striking WOWY, in cooperation with participating Miss Vicky Robertson left last 1 11 now being sent has developed an
W, In a relaxed spirit Last Oct: been written in Florida . of weekly newspapers inHendry any portion of the United merchant a* a grand week for Jacksonville, Florida, experimental drug which baa been \
crier, this was suddenly changed, So said the escort officer who and Glades counties, was State. from their own land.It prize. Drawing tor the ....winner where she 1* enrolled In beauti tested on Randy bad eye laid 1.1+,, '
aw there were fearful days and briefed a group of Florida newspaper one of those who made the Ulp I 11 1 quite a fabulous and soberIng will be held on the closing night cian' school. his mother. I
"tots! during he great confronwith people at the start of a two This is the first of three articles story, but we think you may of the Festival, at tie: Chamber of .
tatioa the Russians over mis- day trip to Colorado Springs and which will tell the. story of NORAD sleep better after knowing it Commerce office. Other door prizes I V'I'..,
lie Installation In Cuba Montgomery: Ala. At Colorado si learned in the two day workingtrip. Our protection is our warning ., contributed by participating
'The dreadful moment-by-mom- Springs II the headquarter of system and the weapons system merchants will also be given awayat 1.I
.
11II tenseness is gone, but Cuba is NORAD and at Montgomery the Our protective system Is fabulous which are almost unbelleveable that time. :
a0]! a CbmmunlsUloinlnated extensive and efficient. It f Is even when you lee them behind Ij
island semi-automatic warning systemfor For the trip to Nassau, and j F.
and a source of great uneaslto the southeast area which Includes never off-duty in any sector, and the. scenes. door prize, registration slips will 4I
to the U. S., particularly to Florida we can be tremendously proud of The Communists aim to destroy be available in all participating 1
Fluid!",. the. United States and the only deterrent ,
whose shore are 90 very NORAD wants its story known. stores for person* 18 years old or
Istic. I 11 tear of
their
have
tort
miles away. : It want the American: people from w. over. Store owner, managers and I I"
norlda and the rest of the North Hawaii to Miami to know what all personnel down to the rank retaliation. Its NORAD'S jab to their Immediate famines will not
*wlcau\ Continent 1* protected,I. measure are taken for their protection and file face the fact that we haveno detect any attack u far away a* be eligible! to win the grand prize 1 i ,
br III air Ih1e1d operated] over I f I. how the country ls defense against u InterContinental possible from our borders and to Richard Pheloi. chairman of the
and Into
JIlt II1II1ioQ air attack from Ballistic Mlssle and we know get our bombers fighter
square mile by ,the guarded against Chamber of Commerce Merchant'
.....-- the air on retaliatory mission in
.. Committee ,has Richard ,
appointed
n.h? of time
:'1 : : .ye the shortest possible pace
Khrushchev know that by the Baker to handle arrangement for u \
time the smokes rise from an explosion the drawing of the door irbes ,
of hi* missiles on U. S and the trip. Winners do not haveto +:
Son SACS bomber would be well be present to win. II /J.\,
on their way' to drop retaliatory An extensive newspaper and radio -
bomb on Rt als. advertising campaign Is being
Florida' Protection planned, M well as banners for ,I I Ii II
Until last October there was .U participating merchant which
little thought that any serious Russian will be paid for by a $23.00 donation +
.r attack would cane from any by those who take part In the
t direction: other than North, because festival i t,
that 1* our detect point to Phelps reported that he still had I +.;
Russian soil and Russian missile numerous contract to make, and I
iOelaNd base could fir over the north he urges merchant and businessmen I .'
pole to Canada and the U. S. who have not been contactedto LAQUITA MAZZINA 18 AWARDED HER CHAMPIONSHIP medalby I
When it WM revealed that Red give serious consideration to the Eugene She, President ef the Florida Association of AAU
missile base were being constructed : Clewiston promotion. "Not only after... set twe new swimming records for Florid m the Southwest
In Cub, the situation changed stores are being asked to participate Florida AAU Swim Meet to Fort Myers Friday and Bator- I
rapidly and Florida now has perm- but barber shops, filling stations day. FT. MTEBS NZW5-P.E8IIl1IOTO L"
pNaeNO' anent Installation of some of the car dealers everyone:
4 w mte +cG'a defense units which appeared almost in business will be contacted"
ta'! ores by magic for !the great confrontation Phelps said Monday night Quito Sets: Records I .
I rM
with the Russians Present for the meeting held in
Among the new strength placed the Chamber office were George -- '
; 1.' in Florida permanently since Oct-- Kemp Richard Baker, Mrs. Ruth LaQulta Mamma Oewtiton'i 13 against members of Jong-establish
ea : rr '4 e. tober are a fighter Interceptor B. Owen, Gary Scott. TaU Canon yearold swimming marvel, baa ed swim dub in Winter Park St
4 a yMi. ef.NAe +NE, squadron added to Homestead Air Vince Hendrlcks, Bill Norman, tattered two more Florida AAU Peteffburg and other towns,
r- r rt Force Baa ( a SAO base which John Corbln.\ Icons Norris, Sonny fccords, swimming-in,\tb South-i Among close compeiUton were Susan -
was in a slowing down phase priorto Stalls and Richard Phelps. west Florida Swim Meet In Fort Tyler and her, clster. Celeste,
a ft1 : October). a Marine fighter and Saturday. Her of Winter
hvl sos'.t J 'reI1 tyert Friday the Flying Fish dub at
1 rv ar.A$ ; x"-r squadron at Boca Chlca Naval Air new record are.in the 13-11 year Park. Susan held three) Florida I :
r Aa'y Station at Key West and a Nike 'Ford Dealer old girls 400-freestyW with time record and Quite tied her time In. '
; 'r' { }, 'aar r + Hercules: anti-aircraft missile battalion 4:54:4, and 1q.thf.I314'11r1s"1nd1vidua1 200- one of them last :year. But this
and two Hawk anti-aircraft Get Third AwardFor yard medley with time :year Suan' slats Celeste, proved I II
battalion at Key West Radar and 'of 2:2T:T. the more formidable competitor>> ,
: air warning unit at Homectead : the third successive year Quite Nt seven Florida AAU records and Quite .lostor :,event to her I
and Miami have been atrengthen- Hendry County Motor, Inc., Ford last year, along with nine new by one-tenth of _COI1d. Celeste .. I
r ed, and sea and air patrol has dealer for the Oewiston and record for enlor women' long lilt ,two records .:... in the 13-14' ,
been stepped up. Moore Haven areas, has been selected curse event She 1* 1962 Age girl 100-yard freestyle 'and the I i 4
1 m How every plane that file near to receive: the Ford Motor Group Champion in the Uo-, rd 13-14 girt*' 50-yard freestyle- ,.!' I
Florida. boundary is watched at i Company' Distinguished Achievement freestyle and the 200-meter freestyle Quite also placed first in the ti
headquarter of the Maria.'American Award, presented la recognition and one of the top *ix national 13-14 girl 100-yard backstroke a ;I,
Defense, Command'tI41.tIIe: of progressive! "managmeatJulhlgh age grouo champion In 19 with m time of 1111.: .She swam *'\: '
fabulou ,syutem wblak'g.isu ;almost standard.-** '" other listed event. in *ix: event during the two day *rs,\
instantaneoua-information on :E.'M. CerBotte/president of the In the event at Fort Mjers were meet, setting two new state record ,
: 'j the,ptanev'ar:*torteivfai lualp company/ha* been dealef ia CJtw the finest young rwlmnur In and ending with three first +
\ *.As. sleep better night** ,t.tora,1nee'UST.UI./fOIf. 1" .silt South Florida and Qulta competed place and three econd place ,i ,

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Ii ....... S. Pacific Ave., Clewlstoa, Fla.' nual event Entries ahou1d be
good Idea, it decided to proceed With Our BoysIn directed -
Page Two THE CEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla. a was is being reassigned to Greenville to Homecomlne Slogan
Thursday, June 20, 1963 I with planning such a localnetwork. : Service AFB Miss., for technical: traln'jjg' test, Florida Blue Ker, (be
Sonny Sez ." Of course since Garybrought as a United States Air Force Med- Union University d Florida Florida
,
the committee cola
: It up he heads ical service: specialist e.vWe.
of ODe to do the legwork. Airman Meredith, who enlistedin Recent winners in Plat
The Clewiston News The scheme 1* to keep gorged the Air Froce a abort time ago include "Gators Pace the !contests tact "
checks from being passed on merchants Ia
(, Last week's PI story: relative to "Insufficient has completed his Initial basic Space. "Gators Appear 011 tilt
Clewiston Bargain Festival" has and not for military training, here. The airman New Frontier" and "Homecom"" .
"Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewistonand a much deeper meaning than met fund" check which are DOted temporarily a recent attended Clewiston High School 1960-Best In Dixie." ...
rubberized. Scott
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Hendry County. the eye. Through the :years The turned sucha -
incident where he had
1 News ha carried on a campaignto William R. Clward, son of Mr.
1i i Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Clewiston "Trade at Home" with not a bad check over to the police: and and Mrs. W.E. dlnard is expected Hospital NotesWhite

Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation great deal of success or cooperation several days later another merchant home this week following his discharge
Entered a* Second: Class Matter February 1. 1927 at the Post from local merchants.One was bitten by tho same person from the U. S. Air Force.A Patients Admitted:

Office In Clewiston Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3. of the first statements at the because: there was no.mutual graduate. of Belle Glade High Mrs. Carol Walker, Mrs. (
of communications.A
1879. mean dnard has Kennlngton. Mrs. Allle iT
recent meeting was let's promote School class of 1959, Brown. .
NATIONAL EDITORIAL D this festival without the usual A quotable quote- -: "The primary completed: three and a half yearsin Shirley Ladalr, Sandra Fay Ford,

( > (11 "trade at home" pitch residentsare purpose of a newspaper Is to bring ( the U.S. Air Force and holds Bert Luther Turner Austin Mrs. Shirley W
David
b UAs@ ;! tired of hearing It and we as you the news and enable you to the rank of Airman First Class.Since Aly Thomas Miller, Nor*
Rant
has been stationedin Mrs.
i' merchants have done little to promote : 1960 he ROM
keep that news as ]long, ss you 1 Gay, Eddie Blanton.
radio
ground
openclot
their patronage. wish!" Bermuda as
BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher N Another merchant proposed the LACKLAND AFB, Tex-Airman In communications. White Patients Remaining
1 S. H. STALLS. Managing Editor C ese1 idea of making an extra effort to 1.\ Allen Y M-rediia son of Mr. and Custard returned from Bermudato Shirley Icon Luther Austin:

Subscription Rates ....... ... ".00 per year give prompt courteous: service to Mrs Charlie F. Meredith of 809 McGuire Air Force Base, New Turner, Thomas Ranes Joha Bert

(Return Postage Guaranteed) show that local patronage Is ap It's History NowTHIRTY J --- Jersey, to receive his discharge. Poole, Charlie Mlcco: Eddie Blaa.\ a

Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 predated.The should eat peanut brittle while toG Freddie Pollard, Courtne*
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves third major point noted was driving on long trips. Blue Seeks Hall Mrs Temple Hogan Sadl
the right to reject any objections advertisement! to provide legitimate bargains as AGO "The sound of chewing peanut Key Kennlngton.
Tint NEWS aaiuraea no responsibility for the return of unsolicited lead items and not "housecleaning" : TEARS brittle keeps you awake, and theoral
aauecrlpt or holognDhsTHE merchandise that has been (From dewlston News,
NEWS ae.um.. no financial reiponilblllty for typographical June M, 133)) searching for one nut after New Homecoming
orror or ommlulone In dTertleeinent but If notified of inch iron bItori pushed back month after month another is occupational therapy"It W.M.U. of Hi
the meat Im.a of the paper will reprint correctly that part of tb.ad..ertlo.m.nt based Quinton Pressley working at Stuart Haven
In tho event time element A community: promotion may tJ O.K. tyt him, but when
In which the error occurred. a lost a foot and part of a leg Theme SloganThe
; would render the correction valutleu, the New will reduce the price on principles, can hardly fail and I'm on the !road I find enough nuts Met
of tho advertisement bjr an amount equal to the percentoae of the total of its will de- In an accident A steel beam fell Monday Night
,, apace .0 the erroneous or omitted copy ronresented. the degree success: his driving other cars to keep me dart
across: leg.
termine the future of such sale University of Florida's 1963
:Mrs. C. W. Mann
golf with was re-elected
Hubert Land playing
The trip to Nassau for two Is Icing > Homecoming Slogan Contest is
I
r "Florida Council fit for any cake, and some Dick Hooks hit a ban directly into with all Floridians. eligible president for the Hi Haven Bap
Reports'1By lucky couple will be awarded the the cup on No. 9, from 30 feet away Skeet shooting became a sport now open awarded for tint WMU at the regular meetlni
to win the prizes
The ball did not strike the green in England way back in 1750. held Monday night at the chunk
trip on the closing night of the theme of the state'sbiggest
: BALE GH W. GREENE: JH. Chodrmon festivaL The trip is made possible first; it just 'went kerplunk into Shooters placed live pigeons under setting weekend.the Reports of the various chairmen
the cup. their hats and at a signal! the were given at the meeting an4
f; Small Florida manufacturers and business men may be by WOWY with the cooperation of shooters would lift their hats to Seven words or less with "Emptysl > Mrs. W. R. Baxter gave a devotion

missing splendid opportunities by not keeping up with developments the participating merchants. Clewiston release the pigeons! then quickly Alumni" as their base and a program on the topic' of
The fact that merchants realize statewidecontest
in Space age technology. Dillon and Blossom estates in Palm replace the h.tsand blast away. will win prizes in the Liberia, West Africa
there is a great deal to be desiredby second and third
for first, :
This is so on two counts: the trading public Is a great' Beach were :Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Let's see now-Hmm. Oh Yes, Attending were Mrs. Baxter,Mrs
I First, prime defense and space contractors within the state step towards meriting :your support Mrs. Barney Thomas Mrs. El- year 1750. That's the year shampoo place winners. June 17 and an Mann, Mrs. Victor: Turner, Mrs
The contest
would like to get more procurement locally for obvious reasons These same merchants are bert Stewart Mrs. Carl Berner, was invented! entries must opens be received by mid Floyd Royals, Mrs. W. R. Broad
Mrs. Wm C. Mrs. Leah rick, Mrs. Velma Story and
Owen
Mn,
of'economy. They would like to encourage participation by the ones who carry. the large fin- night July 14, according: to Florida
and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley I Joe Jackson.
SpIcer
I guess everyone reads Dear Ab-
small Florida manufacturers in subcontracting. Blue Key sponsors of the an-
Clewiston The cast began work on a new bps column: so you probably read
As an example, more than 80 percent of $100 million of one ----
port. With this mutual understanding Ham dub production "Wild GIner" her answer to a furious reader's
outsideof
Florida company's expenditures for supplies was spent
Benefit I
American
an Legion letter for
admonishing Abby some
Florida in 1962. residents, merchants: and Clew
advice the column had offered."You're .
talon cannot help but profit
Secondly, the splnoff knowledge resulting from space ago -U- a nit wit" wrote the THE WAY UP

research Is far more adaptable to makers of consumer goods One of the many "extra" bens TWENTY YEARS AGO reader. "Why don't you write a

and products than most businessmen realize. fits of organization was shown (From Clewlstoa News COOKING column?" k down en your Inset.The acknowledge'

I We have the marvelous miniature trannslstor radios and Monday night as a group of mer Jane 15. 143)KlwanUne ) Abby answered: "In a w.rl DO meat of sin and need of a Saviour It your
I the like because of basis research for but in the Invited their write column.
today space chants discussed a mutual problem sons or a cooking: Every day first to life eternal. Christ humbled
near future we will have pocket-sized television, radios of postage bad checks some one else's son, to lunch in I deal with spring chickens: old step
stamp size and cars powered by plants no larger than a Gary Scott brought cut the matter recognition of Father's Day. roosters, cold tomatoes. hot potatoes himself and became obedient unto death

coffee cup. seeking some common solution All markets in Clewiston were sour grapes, spilled milk that you might live with Him.

It is reliably estimated that in ten years time 75 percent of whereby one merchant might equipped to handle waste cookingfats assorted nuts, and now then I ( ** "
America's gross national product will be in goods that do not spread the alum, should a which housewives brought in even cook someone's goose." ., Seek /. me, and/shall five.
bad check snow In his respective to further the war effort Amos 54
A even exist today. business. Sgt Thomas ChappeB. an Instructor Well I see that Texans are still
i a Space age technology is making breakthroughs so rapidly George Kemp told of the "alarm : at Riddle Field and a native living up to their reputation.Two Community Presbyterian Church

t breakthroughs that are readily adaptable to the consumer chain" used very successfully in of England was married to oilmen went Into a Jewelry 407 Royal Palm Avenue

market that Dr. Werner von Braun estimates that by 1970, WPB whereby one merchant Miss Mary Julia Doub by Father store auction In Houston to buy Henry Horrell Ford, Minister
Americas space program will be paying for itself as far as the called another pre-arranged men. Timothy Geary of St. Margiret's a few trinkets to sell at their dude
9:45: ..m. ___ Bible School 11:00: ..m. Worship
civilian economy is concerned. chant and so on until everyone was Catholic Church.Mr. ranch. But the oilmen got carried
There are presently some 500,000 Americans in private notified with little hardship on' and Mrs. E. E. Kelly gavea away Sermon: The Root of Christian Character'No.

i. space jobs. Private space industry one day will be bigger than anyone. dinner at their home honoring Before they left they'd purchasedthe 2 in cries on THE BEATITUDES
I' the automobile Industry. It will in ,the near future grow to a Those present felt It was such Campbell E. NiU who was leavingfor whole Jewelry vtore.

$20 billion annual industry. There are now 56 companies in 'the duty with the SeaBees

U.s. which may be identified as aero-space manufacturers, but TEN TEARS AGO

,,I Florida does not have one of them as a prime resident, though thisWEEKEND (From The Clewiston News I Clewiston Church DirectoryFIRST I
it has a number of branch plants. In 1962, these companies! had BOWL June'lS I$S3'

combined sales of $15 billion Carl Hanton, president of the

Makers of consumer goods can't afford to ignore space research Fort Myers News-Presj and apart FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST CHTRCB

; : developments their competitors may already be In on owner of the Cl w1s )News 102 E. Ventura Avenue 331 W. Osceola Amass
the action. died in a Tampa hospital following Rev. L. T. Fa Ian. Pastor I South Clewlstoa. Rev Richard :Knight Pastor
We cater to private surgery He had a difficult heart 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School 9:43 a.m.-Church School:
The government now has more than a billion dollars in cap :
Rev. Herb Higdon, Pastor
condition for several' He was 11:00 Morning Service
parties. clubs etc. years. : a.m.- 11:00: a.m.-Mornlnj service:
ital Investment in Cape Canaveral and will more than doube!
68 years of age 8:00: p.m.-Tr.lnn! Union 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School 8:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth fellowship '
that figure in the next four years. The government space payroll Hendry County prepared a briefon 7:00: p.m.-Evening Service 11:00 a.m.-Worship Service

there is rapidly approaching the $200 million mark annually. Glades Bowling Lanes Riddle Field property to submitto Wednesday: 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Unloa 7:30: p.m.-Evening! Service:
But Cape Canaveral is more than the launching pad of the state cabinet in an effortto 7:00: p.m.Officers and Teachers 8:00: p.m<-Worshlp Service Wednesday:
/ some capsules and rockets. It's chief: product in the long run Route 80 South secure the location of the South Meeting Tuesday: 7:13: p.nu Choir Practice

'% will be knowledge and a better way of life for Americans. Florida Hospital for mental pat. 8:00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service 8:00: p.m.-Brotherhood
3 ., "I'' ients. Wednesday:
i Ronald Egley and Gene WUUttms 8:43: p.m.-Choir Practice 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer ST. MARGARETS CHURCH

: attended the Future Farmers! Convention Thursday: 208 North Atlantic! Street

j IH vi: : :3 Tough to find tires for small cars? _SEE, US! Inter-County at Daytona.Telephone System NORTHSIDE BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH 8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice Phone Clewiston YUkon Florida Mill

held Open House to display then 304 N. Francisco Street Her. Larkin F. CotuuOr

w automatic dial system, in the Elder Lester D. Reams Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST AdminbtrataSunday
', new building on Ventura Avenue 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Masses 8 am. & 11:30: a tn
i !'I I.j I. The County Commissioners spent 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 301 South Central Arena Weekday Muses 7:00: ..m.

j ;: two days touring the country tara 6:30, p.m.-BTC Earl Holy Days of Obligation, 6.00: p.m.
Arnold
[Ji t close look at all county-owned 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Minister Confessions Saturday from 4 to Land

,..jr' property. They inspected Riddle Wednesday: Sunday: 7 I: I.I Field county bridges, cemeteries 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 10:00: a.m.-Bible School _-
: I. 11:00: a.m.-Worship
roads, etc.FULLER'S.
PKESBYTEUUf
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7:00 p.m.-Worship
I I"I ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH Avenue
Wednesday: 407 Royal Palm
I Rev. Father Charles 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotionsand Henry H. Ford Minister

FOLLIES 8:00: a.m.-Sunday Mass Bible Study 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School
alt A a.m.-Sunday Mass 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
I By AL I"CLLE&There' 7:00: a.m.-Daily Weekday Mass Parla
COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL 11:00: a.m.-Nursery In the
I J : --i I I something new for women 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass HOLINESS CHURCH House

-- who sit around yaklng most 8:00: p.m.-First Wednesday each Math ClewUrfam 0:00 p.m.-Westminster Fellow
; month. Catholic Ladles' Altar
... of the day. shipWednesday
.
Society Rev J. R.
\ : Taylor Pastor :
Wigs are now being Imported
; which contains amounts of Saturday: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice: :
:
: [r \I We have Goodyear Tires with, Tufsyn for yak hair (domesticated Urge ox of 8:10: a.m.-Religious Instruction: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

7:45: p.m.-Sundav
; Evangelistic
Tibet)
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CHURCH OF JESUS
HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH Service.
over 277 different models of Compacts Highway T20 Wednesday: APOSTOLIC FAITH
Tokyo Along the Glnza, Tot70" South Clewiston
Rev. Vlc Turner Pastor 7:45:
p.m.-Prar Service
nits club bar girl has
strip
a Filter
Bro Luther Dixon
9:43: a.m.-Sunday School Friday:

and Foreign cars as low as... there's to put up a limit with all type Even so, 11:00 8:43:: p.m.a.m.--Training Morning Union Worship 7:43: p.m.-Youth-Service 10:00 11:00:: a.m.a.m.Preachlng Sunday: School

One Glnza doll recently had all
8:00 Tuesday:
: p.m.-Evening Worship THE
she could stand "I felt something CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY
Wednesday: 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting
Now you can buy Goodyear' fa- 75 playing footsie with me under the 1:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting OP GOD Friday: .
moue Nylon Safety All-Weather table. I figured it was the customer Janes P. 7:30:, p.mY people's lts*
tire for your car. This tire has the but the game went on even CHURCH OF GOD Klmbrel. Pester log
I original Twin-Grip tread formerly $ 14 IO/UII' after he excused hlmeeH-) Then 312: S. PaclHe Avenue Sunday:

used 'on millions of new cars, and ar. biers I looked down and there was this Rev. Joe Coleman Sunday School 10:00 CHURCH OF CHRIST

Triple-Tempered 3-T Nylon tire shy a huge rat trying to pry some Iced 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Adult Worship 11:00 (ChristHm. )
:
=: :
,I.. out from under my foot Sure. I 11:00 a.m.-Morning: Service Youth Woratdp,11:00: .
Beet of all it's
#.M5ycard. built with tire oil knew John C. Scheffler. Minister
had but when
we they
I' Tufsyn Goodyear's w'b'' eM rats 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Prayer Hour 7:00 Auditorium
I tougher, morn North Sugarland
get that familiar, I quit! Wednesday: Evangelistic Rally 7:30:
$, I durable rubber.Guaranteed 10:00: a.m.-S1b1e School
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service: Tuesday: and worship '
Dr. Andrew Ivey' physiologyprof Friday: Orchestra Practice 7:00: 11:00: B.nu-Communlon
: In Writing for 21-Montha Against Road Hazards at lint of Illinois, says peop1eEdward's 7:30: p.m.-Young People's En- Wednesday: Service
deavor Christ's Wednesday:
Ambassadors. 7:45: 7:30: D.m.-Bible Study
i NAT0N! 'YID! IDA HAIAIB Ml lawn 2. Against any'" defects In.. wortmsnsMp eel
KIAUWTB-JUJ Mm Goodyear Auto Tim. Are mtUrlal without limit is to HIM or mileage.Goodytsr This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following l : I

r Guanntsta' Mation-WUsi.l. Aplnst normal road tilt duties .In. the UA or Canada will

I nazards.-U. blowouts fabric brisks, cutsIIIIkt adjustment allowance on blew tilt bawd Plumbing Repair Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson's Inc.

... except repairable punctuni. Limited to origins! on original tread depth remaining' and current. : Motors STANDARD OIL COMPANY store

cwner for mumbo of menus'' reclfl.d. "Ct't.r Replacement Repair Phone 24501 Complete,Department

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MASTER LICENSE
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Sportsmen Seen HelpfulIn Pirate Hold Tryouts a letter of approval from either Clewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page 'Threefor
Honest his Legion Coach or the Commander VFW Convention I Thursday, June 20, 1863
!
At
Ft. Myers June 29 of the Legion Post he representsin ;:
j I
Curbing Game Law Violations The Pittsburgh pirates will conduct Legion play. Zauel hospital work; youth activities; Tonight and every night !11. .\'
a tryout camp at Fort Myers, Players are also expected to Honors AI Buddy Poppy; community service; good night to go out to a movie ad. p
landed Florida furnish their own shoes, uniforms, and Voice of Democracy. ilf
mend
: their Judges when on Saturday. June 29. 1003. ,
circr umstan game law violator are fenced, and let it be violators known The camp will be held at Terry gloves, etc, with the Pirates furnishing Posthumous honor was given the In addition to the award made to ., '"''
conk. apply to an 11n .. are opposed to the break, Park and will be under the direction all other equipment Players late and beloved Commander of Past Commander!' Zauel, a Certificate BOWLING ,k
e pokey If honest .portImentake of Scouting Supervisor George will alao be responsible for their 1 the Hawkins Kirk Gordon Post of of Distinguished Service was
a1 bUJlter. stand aDd oppose Zuraw. George will be assisted by traveling and living expenses, if the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Alvin presented to Doug Pearqfor his I I
take .laWvWatton.strong with positive, i Park Piggott and Tommy Garcia. any, with the understanding that B. Zauel, at the Department of work as a Department Officer In 1 funs "
game A. D. AMrtch.! dli Players should report ready to all expenses will be reimbursed to Florida Convention which selected charge of the state Voice of Democracy COOL I ::'
:: ,"c nand Flreah Water Flshtor go at J a.m. and be prepared to with those the players Pittsburgh signed Organizationdubs. to contracts him as an All State :?cot Com Contest Pearcy also received -
of workout until 2pm. mander. a citation for his IS ;yearsof
lag the
rulea .
designed to BRING A DATE ,
conserve Players the local Post at activity Poet Service Offi 'i1t
to a news story rayothisahthree and protect must be 16 years of age Representing : as
AfAroncOTdt Conserva and Soda's fish to be eligible to attend the the encampment were Commander cer. Commander James 11. Hlles '
JeaSed poacheri seconds wildlife.to It only takes a few and no Junior American Legion camp I Barnle Bryan: Past Commanders presented Pearcy with a set of HAVE A BALL! /
$ spotlights to fate deer at the back and pat a tell wildlife him officer on Players will be permitted to participate PIZZASugarland Walker Nail. Sr., and Doug Pearcyalong peraonallMd cuff links and tie (" ,
SJ teemed toW to Mt a 0dJTufflcer. sportsman you PPrec'ate that his as ef a in the camp it such participation I with John T. Llndsey clasp as a Department Officer. Glades Bowling Lanes "J' '
Two of the men were forts In bringing game ,law would lqfcrfer with any Pharmacy The Post was honored by recetvtng The next Department Convention
beiD'held at gun point fey crowd lam to Justtoe. vlo. Legion actlvtles. Such partlclpa- YU 2-3311 first place in the Public will be held at .Cocoa Beach in Route 80 South '
fA Irate team while the third Lion will only be permitted with I 'Relations Contest; and citation 1964. "
to the bushes -
wu Udlng
ykIator earby.) I J
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bad been
'11wt farmers about 100
hounds
their coon
!log
'ciock on a recent Sunday morn
ta' and heard rifle shots nearby.
Suspectlnj poachers, one of the CORBIN'S
tanner went to call a wildlife olfoot -
and the others went toward
the shot,. They found two of the ,
violators ilttinc la car and the :
third In a nearby field admiring
deer. poahen, '
yeah guilty, were fined $100( PRE- I
each and sentenced to 60 days ti

tall
la pointing out method In which
spon'smen can oppose game law
violations Aldrlch said sportsmen
must first realize the the violator .
Is In effect stealing from the INVENTORY
honest sportsmen; feat any law enforcement -
( agent la only aa effective .
at the citizens who supportthe .
laws he enforces, and that In I I

upoa many public instance apathy violators of game depeni and: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, June 20, 21, and 22

fish/ laws

be A3!willing of game Florida'a to serve law citizen on arrests juries(,should'com concerning Our Store is Chock Full of Special Values1 !




Fuller Describes ALL SUPER SPECIAL .. .
Lawn and Garden FERTILIZER MOSQUITOES .>

Summer Program 100 !be. req. $3.98 Pottery Planters Gamma oJ "SwmS1cmd",
Are NO Problem
Rotarians beard Eugene Fuller, CORBIN SPECIAL $359 and Bird Baths LAW N S P R A Y---------- $4.99

Clewlston the Recreation summer! recreation Director propirn describe 'Town & Country' 20% OFF If you have a BVI RequJar$6.49-YOUSAVE$1.50

at their Monday luncheon Kills Chinch Bugs Fast!
s.u phi Natural 0rqcm1ca -
meeting Fresh Flower and Fogger
The program opened Monday fain A Good General Purpose FertWaeri! ..

!the tight department week period.tries to Fuller achieve Said FREE Ue of our Fertilizer Spreader Vegetable CHLORDANE -

!the fullest possible UN of the recreation Seed Rack Rids Patio, Porch, Dust 5 Ibs. 59 '
facilities and to coordinate -
Black Gold 50 1bs. Garden of -
Its program with other con'munity i
WIth all the summer Re
wide activities. Composted COW Manure $2.19 drid II I,
He descrbed the Central Hay --- favorites I Children
pond program which is under Req. $2.50 ._ Mosquitoes I Protect i
lufervislon of Judy Vann and Judy
Bembry each Tuesday through Ira Portable Ira Electrfcl! Pets and Property! GALVANIZED

Mdajr; the schedule of apeclavents GARDEN HOSE Special r FOQQef c"
2 inch 4 inch
( sprinkled liberally through onounceof liquidineectlclde x Garbage Cans
the eight summer weeks, and the GREEN PLASTIC Req $,.96 Into 2,000 cubic feet of insect
Play Day with which the program k nq foal As the Ica Welded Wire 20 I $2.95
inch ga.
tndi 50 foot x 3/4 $5.95 spreads through the air and -
Fuller said the swimming pool l'yeGl'( Guarantee rolls over the around, It kills Req. $3.95
It la constant tiae. During the -- I 00 ft, rolls
It
through I
insects that fly
period when dewbton churches: BElNFOR Req. $11.95 30 gale $4.95
NYLON Shovels Hoes Sapphire nozzle, thermostat 3.ft. high $19,95 -
school
were having vacation Bible
and before the local swim program 50 ft. x 3/4/ inch $8.95 r controlled fogging chamber, 4Ff. high $26.35 R q. $6.80 i I I12yeGl'

opened, the pool was used by the GuarcmtM Rakes bu1motor. 5 Et
Moore Haven Recreation Program high! $31.95 Aluminum
fcr> morning swim classes four Your ChoIce Special 6 ft. high .. $39.05 Lawn Edging'3Tube
toys a week 50 e. Pistol I Grip .
The pool program offers awim $1 97 Also gold br Running Foot i
Sprinkler 4" x 40 ft. $1. 9.
mini tenons at no coat except the at Corbin's
awnlaal Hose Nozzle I $119 Req. $1.65 ,
lOc admission charge. W
: Hose $3 29 LEAF RAKE 69'".
ter ballet class bas been organ n-- 6" x 40 ft. $1.49'Req.
Rea' $1.49 with 1 If
!bed, gal
termedlate aad claaaet in beginning. In. $3.95 Req. 99c .,. 1 Rea..95asps
and advanced swim
fig" are underway in the :
d three two week sessions, : 200/0 SUPPLIES,

er.Gros. Dickey presided at the PET \r lr.6S

meeting: visitors were Chart Req. $1.00 ). Reg $3.25
Balsas, Sid Crochet of aewi,tog Parakeets, cages, $31.90 1ue'
lad W. G. Kelly of Pahokee. tania Just scatter for SAVE
fish, YOU "t'.OZ SPRAYERS I.Bulhel with lidquariuml
outsIde control)
supplies Plastic Sheeting
a <

My room is just etc: I I Film COLONIAL Penta Pressure We have a complete Basket --- 55Q' I
Polyethylene '

dreamy, and I DOG & CAT Needs! The p,Ue aJteoUDq of Roach & Ant Spray' Treated Passtock of LOWELL Yz Bushel with lid I

u,,al era & Dusters Basket SO"'RadiO
did it many -- ---
myself iron Can
7 4 ft. wide black 7 ft long 60# .
79Aso
Garden ,. For Shrubs or Lawn. .
4 ft Req. sun 100orover 501 I a

running Sunnilahd Hose' Sprayer ___ $5.95 s, "

.ALSO- 1 Bu. Bale Empty jhsss Print
ODe >pint SunnI1aDd"aD purpose" Garden SpI'GJ'' FREE
Clear and Black Peat Moss 99 with each Sprayer Beq. S8.8C yalul 1'':,

Cart $9.25 In 10". lad 20" widths Req '1.30 Feed Bags -- 45" <
ANY LENam' WE'RE TRADING WILD I i iR&.1.
111.25
Plastic l0().gt.
SUPER SPECIAL "Hclid&y" on.
Can 1.61

IOl-lAnx O AYFUM Sprinkler Sl. Mosquito Duster SARLO JACOBSE I & LAWN BOY

1nIa10lt LAme A FRO I ANT : .
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5,000 cu. ft. Req. $1.98 Req. $10.40
GAL Treats Treats 10,000 s. ft. "

Large Home Size --- ....- --- $2.65 $7.75 of outside area i-: -:-

EVERY 2nd 'CANPREE 10.000 cu. ft. Req. $3.98
Treats
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Shower Honoring ins held with -a Tiew to
Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS CJewltoo Fla.I Motel and Miss Shirley Davidsonof make Clewiston a befit btrpIn,

i Thursday, June :0, 11163 Fort Myers, Mrs. Linda John which to eve aid Rev: Place; II
:,1,. f t Mr. and MM. Thos. H. Jones, Jr.., Mrs. Linda John was honoree at man, pastor. jot oI :
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gan, Smltty Polhlll, Jimmy Dana and family are+ spending a vacation I "n a pink and blue shower given Monday -

Donny Morgan Tommy Weathers, at Fort Myers Beach. ( : : evening by member cf the -
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Holmes I'' lr / VVV BIRTHDAY
Personals Joy Waldron.+ Thadene Wynn Jan- First Baptist WMU In the Fellowship I CKEETWCg
( ] several.daya
of 1'01'P rce spent
ie Miller Sandra Brasher, Anita Hall at the church. JUDe 20 -
Carlln. C&thy label and the Rev. at the Inn over the weekend, while I Mrs. Richard Phelps and Mrs. Sr.. Bobby OddeCiLMackey Belhq,
Mi. attended to business .
and Mrs L. 'r. Fagan. Holmes <'' Farewell Party in of entertaining AJina
charge
''Jennings Ezelle left the latter '''''' I Gary Scott were Bud Howse/Mr
) Mr. said ... Wm. H. Lanier Jnterosb.Mr. games which were enjoyed Griffin, Irothyrnieman'< Rick4nI
of the week for Mlamt where)
part are vacationing in Tennessee and and Mrs. W. G. Perry and 1' \ evening. .
he Is employed during the summer f during the June l-Ha.t'1'7 ,T. Vatich
returned Friday from a vacation
family 0'
North aroUna. Honors and D.
FerrarasMr Decorated cake squarps Marcia Cwt
by Kelly Tractor Co. He plans to Bill Jr Cecil Y, Par
at Miami Beach
attended
additional Miss diarlene Jonea stay y'I with mints and nuts were JaM Ferry, Mr> ,.
for punch
to Stetson Beds
t return
'i> left this I NaB
Ahe'anui al), convention of the Florida and Frank Perry then Mi1.
;
: : refreshment hour W.
accounting coitrseilntltCaJl} and Mrs. Carl Ferrara.. who served at the 1L Lanier..J1JI1 .
Federation of Business and week to visit their aunt Misses I II / .
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jernlgan Kathleen and Bestle Lewis laEHakely ( II I are leaving Owiston for Orlando The guetss Included Meads )ea 227d..
who are vacationing In the Westejn Professional Womens Club In Jacksonville Ga. Il I I after a ten years residence were Charles H. Jones.. Charlie, Foy Mllr JL Keller, Mrs. M. fi .If",.""" Rum
latter of the week. I I4n
t the part .
North Carolina mountains, ; l honorees at a Dutch Treat'dinner' dred Wood.,Ernie Redish Gary Jaroa L.'N .bltt.
hive Ihelr two grandsons, JoeHilton Mr: ata Mrs. Boo Godman and Mr. and Mrs. E. I* Holoubek len I at the Pit Room of the Glades Re-. 'ScOtt; 'Richard Pbe ,i.. EdwaM ''owes 23--EM1e: ,,'Jiu jh
Ohio, visited Monday on the SS Florida for a I Farin- aRal6laaa atoymg.
of
and Larry Jernlgan with family Cleveland. taurant Thursday evening Swindle BillY: Swliiffl; Nun : ; Wrry- ',
'J them as guests. the J. W. Beardsley family Mon tour day cruise. to Nassau. The J The Pit Room waa crowded with' er. T: C. Yon; E.'.M. Cornetj/ *., ;t. 1" San

Returning Saturday evening from day. The two men were college rtoloubeka won the trip during a friends and well-wishers who came R. Broadtod: EL M.' fi cbR t, 'W\ ::24-M. Leah

,: a week at the Baptist Asftmin MOI1HJI at the University of ,recent visit in Fort Lauderdale. to express their .appreciation, Pam Moody,'WTO.; Morgan l. W. F.NaU4Sr d. $ Spicer ltsh
I Rev. Near! Hollywood ScktnWq
Attn'vfc rqw.llUO George wonderful Maxwell Downs W 7t.VJllrtberly : Ik.ve,3. QIICi
Deland were Betty: D % Coach Ferrara for his ;. ,Roettpany
.
: Barbara Ann dark Michael Fletcher Guests of Mr. and Mrs Jim was the guest Sunday of Rev. h, >. coaching and efficient work with L. C. Bedlso. Sr..1tod oxlwJyme

Lenora Sutton James Jordan Davidson the first of the week ind Mrs. Henry H. Ford. the football team during his tenure ,,LaByerBnd Ralph"Ford. ; ?2S-0.A..ADderao.O'a 1
David l I Burke Tat
and Mrs. Rowlee and
'
Conine I.Mr. e .tn i _1ft! Cuoa..Ira.AJoam
Ronnie Mor her Mrs.
Freeman Hodges, were mother t ; r as coach.A 1 i'
k Slaughter, Gretchen, spent the / Ray Ralph Busek.
I J .. ..,. I weekend with her parent Mr. and large number of those present RcMV l Starts At ''iin 27EmUy Adam.
and informally of the; Cher ,
Maybe, ., W Jti ..usedFLORIDAIT >Mrs.> G. H. Brown. fine spoke contribution briefly Ferrara: haJ made urch r Of'God' ( Adamc.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lee and children 27
.4 SUGAR to the school football program and. revlvat will June Abner H. VIiID
;AD old fashioned
spent Sunday In Miami.
Gaudy W.
MISS SUZANNE GAYLE leU-
:, t In helping "put Ctewiston on the I oil Redisp. pyt Batl.tta,
of Cod Pacific
rte: Vacationing at Fort MyersBeach Mrs. start at the Church
son, daughter t Mr. and With a small team be ...
this week are Mr. and Mrs.S. William M. Johnson el Patsy map. very Avenue Sunday June 23, with
fore-
has the school f.othe
C. Fry and daughter Mary kee, whose. marriage to Thomas front kept la conference competition, Rev. Ernest Bryan, evangelistRev. BIRTHS
Bryan has been a successful
Willis McArthor of Lakeland
Beth.Mr. ; from
and admiring piaudits
: and Mrs. Charles B. Owen will take place oa Aatust 17th won pastor and evangelist and has served Mr and Mrs. James Walker I
Y iar other coaches tor Ms ability. I n
4r' are vacationing la Pennsylvania: at the First Melhodlst Church Ferrara's almost ability on the Florida State Youth the proud parents of a son, jaW, |
aad Ohio Mr. Owens is visiting the In rahokee, .She Is the grind- to scout opposing uncanny teams and to Board of the Church of Cod. who was born ,In Keodry I

,j A. M. Smiths In Akron, and Mrs. daahter of Mrs. C. D. Johnson build against their best Services"will start nightly at Hospital June 14. The baby wiSed
Owens and their daughter and son of ClDwistoo. up defense 7:45: with the' choir: using the 'newest seven pounds aeven I
''fl f004 plays !in a few days time his naboral mucei.
are visiting her mother Mrs. Florence convention song book from the Mr. and Mrs. Norman I
; 1 1I n t tarse t1 1 Lund in Erie.Representative helped ability him: In a*demonstrating an athlete which plays church publishing house Visiting LaBeUe are the proud parent Tort d d I Ia
and Mrs. Charlie special and local: singers will be daughter.
Sandra, who
Li Isbel to his players and his ability to arrive
Miner returned from Tallahassee Higdon- the nightly. !In
on
program Hendry
County General I
i I fEtIADd inspire the boys to their best efforts BosoUil
for a brief visit at home over the The public is cordially Invited to June Uth The baby
ozE "p .s.. weekend. Miss Sndra Jean'Isbel and James were pointed out as factors:: II attend thj services: which are be pounds at birth. weighed bAr
in his of successfii coachingin
Mrs. Betty You krnan and son S. Hlgdoo were married in a years
CRYSTALS dewiston.
Dean and Mrs. Thos. B. Owens quiet eerernoDj at the home of
1 made a trip to Gainesville last the groom's uncle in Trenton Ga.. The event was spontaneous and 1

week. on Saturday June first at 3:13: not everyone knew of it in advance r ,
.. >s m. The ceremony waa performedby but the room was civdd: with
I, the Rev. Herb Hlgdon pastor friends, among whom were players I
(I' r.rr of the Calvary Baptist Church of parents, fans former players 1 / 1

South Clewiston, golfing and flsnlng companions:
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and friends and neighbor! I

and Mrs. C. 1L Isbel of )E. Trinidad 1'c rrua responded with a brief
lYlrOUOIAroR Ave., and Is a 1963 graduate task ,ID which he said he is genuinely

of CiewUton High School. sorry to leave Clewlston andht
11CII u1 SICCP'wAOONR9CP'fG1J0 : many friends Jure-, despite the
The Is the of the Rev.
groom son
apu':ndld position to which he !III
and Mrs. Herb Hlgdon and graduated going as head coach: at Evans High
from Baldwin High School ichoo.1 In Orlando .
"" at Jacksonville in 1960. He Is em "law

ployed as timekeeper by U. S.

Sugar Corporation. Girls Attending

Members of the groom's family
'' who were in Trenton Jar a family Grand AssemblyEleven 268HENDRY
VEEP'UNIVERSAL 'JEW/ OUDUTOft tTAKIworld's ;
i "' reunion -. present at: the cere- members of the Clewis- .

mony. After. short honeymoon to ton Assembly of Rainbow Girlsare
widest choice of 4-wheel drive vehicles 1
Chattanooga 'and' Lookout Mountain In Jacksonville this week attending
the young couple win residein
at
,,. Look to the 'Jeep' line to give you the right vehicle for your own special needs; Clewiston. the Mayflower the Grand Hotel.Assembly Mrs. A. B.I

There are forward control trucks, pickups, platform stake bodies, world proved N Vann and Mrs. Carlos Dickey are COUNTY MOTORS Inc.

\ 'Jeep' Universal, and the! Wagoneer, the only wheel drive family car AmerN. er: ono chaperones for the trip. ,

: ca's only overhead cam automotive engine the Tornado-.OtiC, is standard ont Sho m The girls making the trip 'are: Sugarland Highway CUwWon Flo.

i Gladiator trucks and Wacjbnoeretation: wagons..and both are also available Rectint. Kle- Chris Andrea Giddens.Bolton Chris Beverly.Kelly/Etherton.Chen<< I"': :r '.
'i"t' MR'y
; In wheel drive. Come int day for a demonstration that you'll never forgetl Mrs. JajneX& Hlgdon wa horS- yl Lee, Atilt Lawrence. Sally Oilphant : t .

ores at A brk&l shaver gtved\ at Suzanne Peers Diane Rack '. '
I tf611Unl..O'VEffrl. rr'UALLrDNDESr1DUCFldLI the honV'f Mi. and Mrs. Thomas straw, : Jan WU> I
Judy
; V'MO'nd '
KAISER Jeep r: .II1R }r/oNlToledotonlo' ;J'e. Stiles -ft' 4Pt1o Avenue toff ., VACATION TIME ..' ;t.. : ,

A -world's 'larctk': ta. _"I" cfl-wtisel f drive vehlcUaSCGARLAND Thursday evening. Hostesses were' ,, ., js! fy ,i : : 'k. tk! .
Mrs. Roy 'Taylor. Mrs/Van Colbert .
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Jr.. and Mf.. Stiles .Cheerleaders V; JL1 f3-v. vIs .1' '" 1
MOTORSIU 'A twotterecl'ake., topped with 'check
a the time to insurance
miniature bride and groom was Week At Camp;: >. : your. !- '
E. SngvUad, Hwjr.( OewUton, Florid served with punch nuts and mintsat Nine Varsity Cheerleaders and *?. *.: .
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KAISER Monday d>i: Friday the refreshment hour .' itwo JayVees attended the ,Cheer- Before ,', PRESENTS THE f The bride opened and dljplayed! 1 leaders Camp at Camp Universe .' : \- .
JLLOYD BRIDGES SHOW 7:00 p.m. her attracUve, useful dJrihg ut.: .
< gifts at Oxford. Fla., last week, returnIng ; '
the evening. f Saturday be siire.your coverage is '.: /,- '
Guests- Included Misses Sharon lIn the group were Cindy Allen.Sara ,
Walker xShleli Campbell. VickBranUtgftr / Jo Cato Janice Carlln, Mary

-' ... Angelina Adams: and Beth Fly. Linda Johnson. SallyOliphant complete Phone.. .' .
"l ttcsda&tcs 0. Cv Wileox Paul Hoiladay. Sandra Pace, Jan Wft. i 11* '? _
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7': : ." The Clewiston Inn ''W/H. 'Adams.C. H: J neI, Ion and Barbara Zemonek, Varsity R > } r .oJ. '

J..$. Fertder, Daisy Sttes. and the and Karen Holland and Gall .Roland ,:' t/ft' ... .

... honoree Mrs. James Hlgrlon.: Junior Varsity.; .
' '; t ... The girls had a week of lessons
: : ;, Clewiston, Florida Telephone YU 2-3501 and practice In cbeerleadlng and
Miss Miller Tells talent shows stunts skits, and

other activities as well Beardsley-Nash Insurance
Agency
Plans For Wedding
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Miss> Louise Miller has completed Card of ThanksWe Phone YU 2.7501
CleW ltoD
plans for her wedding on Saturday
wish June 29 to Danny Arthur. The express
f and appreciation for the beautiful
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ceremony: will take place at 6:30:
9 flowers, cards and -
at HI Haven Baptist Church prayers
p.m. and every act of kindness shown
Sunday Feature and the-paator) !tn,'Victor Turner
us during the loss of our beloved
will officiate.
,.; sisters Mrs. Laura Laffin and Mrs. f"
Miss Ann Miner, th.'brlde'. sister
... will> be maid of honor and Havarie Goodwin. May God r chbless -
For the'Beefeater'ROAST >
ly all of is .
;r. -r you our prayers. r Ethelle
Little Ml s Patti Drake will be WILTON AND CLARA Invites
flower girl. MevuV) Arthur will be
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BROADRICK '
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best man for hfa son. You To Enjoy Our
JUSE A will be held In the ,
PRIME RIBS or BEEF au reception
; : social hall of the church Immediately Sugarland Pharmacy Thrifty Lunch
following the ceremony. No

I E" Baked Idaho Potato ':: -.c local and. all 1Jv1taUora..re friends bt the being young Issued couple PIZZAYU r Every Dayl)

affe cordially,!invited to the wedding 2-3311 ,.
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I C .' ;; !.' {;rilled Chopped Sirloin with Onion*
I Josseu.-.Gre }Salad > .: :

r;-',;Ajr'), .'.,.1 .f>;f...,N...., """L, I.'I'" l n........:..",,,..", 6. IJJ. ."iJ. :"....:1.... .''u deI :,. ... .:. : Olympia and Alverdez Avenues 'I' .Mashed. Potatoes Fresh Turpl 'Greens
;". ky 1''rtW' with
I y TJrrittr' ,t..,. '.Cbolcpjo: t4 DressingJ.NA New 2 or 3 Bedroom Homes from ::0- Tops-Hots> Dinner Rolls"litter' .._
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tit_ 1 I '1111 .

a I' Rolls & Butter "voyage ,. 58 or y ,J
':' "'M-II. ,Dr..a"-o"" (hui" -K:at -:! tI J $350 DOWN : 9

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dtillara .
T Trvti l 3evtn y Centat'.b : Ii 'J{ .h .(, t '
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L,;..... "."" I ,..... Pallm"'Bench
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Oilier excellent i; table d'hote' or a la carteIrving '1Ef'1Mr, ;. ... ... 'ru
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r ',.Il -- .' .;)I Tiy"aPPoin ent"C; caD] ,1'n..g :-. Sundae . 29c ,
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lege for the summer, kilt Wednesday
for Puerto Rico. Joint practice, with the custom of eating J'1a, THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pare nv.-

Personals I IIf. Mrs Bob Berner end children Cerempny: Monday Installs honey, at the marriage feast, Thursday, June 20, I11S3 ,,_ I I
[ and her slster-in-law, Mrs James may be the origin of fh. war J hon' < 1

Stottlar left dewlston Tuesday for Legion and uxiliary:Off i rS\ : '.J eymonnSometimes1. the mrrlag\ involved J." ;
Mrl. H T. Vaughn. Jr.. Chlcsgo Mrs. Eerier and the chit .. \" 1"T'
) and dren will visit Mrs Stottlar In her guarantees The'vef'bver the ,
aod JOBS, Harry and Mike, are.VII.catJooln home there for several days Members of the dewiston Am- Spence wai a special guest as were' bride's face may have Indicated!
> at port Myers Btich.If. will then go to Grand Marals and erican Legion Post and Auxiliary W. C Attea. South Bay, and F. H, she had been secluded from men, :, : '
and Mrf James E.. Bran the Minn for a visit of two months, Unit joined to&a buffet dinner Davis, T. 'V. Sapp and 1., P. Turner and her white robe was a warrant Zoned for Duplex ,. : ,f
are "
da I and children] spending with her parents, Mr and and installation ceremony at the nil'of Moore fro ftl\ Post. other purity. Even now It Is ,
c Mrs : ,.
Rey wmfonlgllt Legion Hall Monday thought bad luck to ,' '' 't' ", '1.
week at B. V Johnson. Mr. night Ushered 9th District Commander Dick- for the groom
nlg'" 'ItI/ Berner will .bba ..., ., .
Into "I".b'' '
and every .
join Us family there for office for the new rear son com nended. tbe\>J ork of .Past see the bride before the ceremony
good !Igllt! to 40, !?'!t 'to'.a, ;sea ; the return were M. C. Doke. Legion Com Commander Charles bllphant/ and on their wedding day. .'* Just West of u.$. Sugar'pqi : .:'
11I0111'. 'I- mander and his wife, Mrs Loy expreste*'appreciation $lOr his services : Another widespread custom is for ** I s bJ
( I**) ?danueLq o3unneU i ,IMri.M.Alstoh Bishop'and Mrs. D.O. Dok, as Auxiliary President. as: Commander in 1962-63 i the bride to wear "something! 't at > ', ttfc t flx .1' kunhtrhnv( SI'fII a .
G, It conchla are spending ten days sightseeing 1 F<$ } the : ,:, II> \ .' : a.xi' >'rf) A lull a iIvu
timer teacher and assistant, !In Jew York ." owng delicious buffetmtoexe Auxiliary: installing rfficeri.were something new, omething borrowed jSrta: Sc t I'ti : an'Irslatc'. .. '
Scho.1 qti:5 : I e ?"v"
dewlston High was by Abner Vann 9th_District President Mrs. Mary something blue. la ancient neo I
!be Clewleto* Saturday.Miss to. and Air'Fbyd ; anc11ame, Corey Ford, the installatlon Ellettt Haag, Pompano Beach, I Israel, the bride robe had a blue rm ' a vlsitorJD( Ja5ae* aped fhe ** *:- Oewiston.and,.tarry, and, George. !team of the 9th District Blanche Waite HaUendale. ,Jean border signifying purity fidelity ., .M van" "' .f.;, '114oI 11.1. dJ. .110....... 1. .a J
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Jtoyal (Belle Glade' conducted the r a".' ...trn': t1 r'Asi" : 'I..I" !" l
Moore Haven with her pa.t-: have returned Legion Installation.. CottrUt: }; Boyton Beach:! Blanche and love. flI" rdnsvs t.
end ID Mr. and Mr. JVC. Jone., from. fcjCombumd business and Visiting officers wen District: Commander Lamb; Delray Beach ;and" brie High cast Brahmans In India believe 1,1 .... l' ,,,rm> 1/1' ,dJ ,. 4'w :.
nail !hthet'* fir anthe pleasure'trip fa KT >!;xru: .Jm Dickson, Sam Croft Spence past district: commander a girl should marry at I $700tOO: /" .:J",1: ; 3 3Iis.M
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ce\rbrl 38th wedoW \ t.Ar. And, M ,':l JJ.M.Jlairev.a aOOt.r,; ; Cottriel, Boyton Beach New officer of .theAuxiliary erty Nsually the child bride Ub-1 s.: bun ', 5"r': ,t I'c' t ? 0 9
pal'tlltI' another daughtteerMrs. 'roe' ,, Bobby Hair ,Watts HaHendale Bob president. mains with, her famjy until an'Gu, : 7't. '"' ? ,a awaw.iboaJ. ; ,
wests wert dtll nd. Mf and ,Mm are Mr* Doke. Mrs I ,4 S. t&:: v.r '
AJJo Wayne Howard; and .her, Ronald HarB..and daughtn.arlespending 'HUrt; 'Delray Beach Ellis Lamb, lone Sherouse, vice president,'Mrs. Is .13 or IS. Marriage cekbratiohs .,t.1:<> H': 1 .1-t" "n I"' .t :' '. .
from Vert Beach', a. week at Lake Placld. West Palm Beach IL E. Gren- Eula,O'Nea1,. secretary?JUra.: 'TMl- In India, are elaborate, Compton's I :

family of Mr and'.trs.'TSe' .C.sart : Mr. and Mrs f l!. H.Mazzlrta--nd. qulst and John Feenel), Fort ma' Miller, .treasurer; Mrs Edna points out that "the expense of the : J.. E. BEARDSIEY'' '. '" _
Guests "
family are'spi&nrf wk.'i1.r'cation Lauderdale. Irene better Riviera : Gunn, ap1a.l.n.Jd1sa.GervU Hath- affair of the brides dowry frequently ''C'o "
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leis mother.Mn. J..M. a < "
,are his sister Mrt. A* S. Mirkact at Lake Placid. ,1: ,1 J Beach, Ray Mahoney, Lantana, cock: ,"sergeant at irony aDd Mrs drives the fatter to the AJ1 19 ap REAL ESTATE ibtx** *-* "

sites bet daughters, Misses Marcia Mrs and Mrs, Frank Conkllng Southern Wallace Sargia, Pompano Beach. Naomi Slonaker, asalsIsa4sedgeant money-lender" Many American Clewi ton Phone YU 2"75Q1
Area
Commander "Doc" armi. fathers can testify that this turn ,
ud Hazel dark *U of Fort Way left Sunday for a two week's visit at .. ,
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of is ,
event not exclusive with '
De, Indian, and a friend Miss in North Carolina mountains They India. .. >
McAvoy of Westfleld. Ind. will visit,their son, Frank E. Conk
Martha 4
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Hr and Mrt H. R. Mitchell, ling III and his family In Evansville Most Popular Month For r bride Japanese to wear tradition a veil over requires her Blab the T+ T .:iNBF.M"I i-...
mfr six children and Mr. Mltch- ,Ind, where their other son,[
hairdo
orate called "horn'ern.
Bi tether of Phoenix, Aria have Edward of Philadelphia will loin. a cov :
Altar-bound Jealousy is thought to vanish
arrived for ar1sit with Mr them. i Couples; Customs Vary j when it is removed. ;
HiUtell'l brother!. Jack Rogers, ; Mr. and' .Mrs. )!. T. Hood !havereturned : : IRON SPECIAL ,
and Un. Frf rKeneth < from a two weeks stay There will be about 1ft million in ancient times it was also a'way ? *

A. Walker Is in Knox- with their daughter, Mrs. Gladys weddings In the United States thisyear I to "protect" the marriage from Tokieda Receives ," .
Tffle, Tend attending the graduate Smith In Avon Park and, a* usual June Is the evil gads.Since : ijiiJn]
gfcool of the University of Ten- Mrs. Anna Tokieda and Miss most popular. month for the altar- : the sun was a .god In many Princeton DegreeGeorge :d'f 1\

Krtet, completing work towards Marian Tokieda left Sunday to attend bound early societies. It was believed I Tokieda son of Mrs Anna ,OTHAM OR
i Halter's Degree. He will return commencement exercises at Why June has become the traditional that if a bride-to-be gazed on the Tokieda: and the late Albert DRY IRON :
about August 24th. Princeton University Tuesday at month of weddings and roses sun she would be certain to have Tokieda, graduated\ from Prince Beautiful new design Exelu- I i;
Mr, and Mrs W. R. Drake and which George Tokieda received his probabJy'relatea to transportation children. This may explain. the old ton University with a Bachelor of live Stem.Flow Vents give I
imllr spent the weekend on a trip Bachelor of Arts degree I difficulties In early Americatoo saying! "Happy Is the bride theIUD Arts degree Commencement exerclses an allover cushion of roll* a''\
to Albany. Georgia Dir L. G. Vaughan attended the, much snow in the winter to get shines on." were held Tuesday in frontof Ing steam. Hot In '30 sec : 'ii/
Mr and Mrs\ H.:T. Vaughn and annual Florida Optometric Assl-, to a wedding celebration. Spring Even though her wedding day U Nassau Hall, at the University :'onds. STEAM In 2 minutes. t .
H daughter; Miss .Evelyn Vaughn, clation convention Tampa last and fall were bad times. too, because her happiest day, the bride Is "sup. In Princeton, N.J. Eleven Steams longer holds .

H rte li at home .from Rollins Col-| weetend'm .. .. I folks were busy with planting posed" to cry symbolizing the dismay Florida students were among the 'more water. Button nooks; :
or harvesting of the bride of olden times 690 receiving bachelor degrees .
Another Influencing factor may captured by force The capture is The University, conferred 211 Thumb-Tip! Control. :
have been that June is named after also reflected in the custom of the master's degrees anal 171 doctorates '
the Reman goddess. Juno. The groom carrying the bride over the and nine honoriuy degrees for
Greeks had a different name for threshold of their new home.' a total of 1,081. regular $17.95 $11.88 : ,, .

this dame Hera. Anyway, the Centuries ago In France the It was the 216th Commencementof Plus Tax ; h",\,
point is that Juno (or Hera) was bride threw her garter and the this University which dates backto :

I the goddess of womanhood, of girl who caught it was bellevel Colonial times ..
marriage and of maternity. She to be the next bride. Today the REDISH ELECTRIC CO. I
was usually represented as a matronly bride is somewhat more subdued i .
type but nonetheless beau and throws her bouquet but the Sales and Gasoline POND STREET .CLEWISTONWEDGWORTH'S 'r
tiful. The peacock, the cuckoo and bridesmaid still scrambling to :
Tax
the pomegranate were sacred to make the catch. Collections Up \, ,

Fe her. Homer spoke of her as the In ancient times, according to Business in Hendry County is !
"white-harmed' goddess" and the Compton's the date of the weddingwas much better than last year, If the
"ox- yed queen" all of which often chosen at some phase records of sales and gasoline taxes
adds up to the kind of diet,. every of the moon when the. gods were are accepted as a criterion INC.
prospective bride ought to have on peraumed to be favorable, Thisuoi The reports of retail tales during Ii+ .
her aide. April (reported to state agenc'ei' I 4
These and many other interesting In May; ) show that gasoline sales I '
'. observations about the origins Increased a whopping 71 and SINCE 1932. .. I Iu >"
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of wedding customs are culled retail: said A very: substantial%. .,- I I t'f
.' I front{ The report of 'itay E. Green, it
Compton's Pictured Encyclo ; .
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i pedia. Here are iome: tate comptroller,* 'ta ..1et.tax ., ref. t ,'C ,
,.. collections shows his-office recelvt .. :
For Instance the engagement r19;; 1rbk!J'1tt I
rug represents the very old custom ed $122.374 In May on the three ., ., f ""
of a gift; to a girl desired la percent sales tax from Hendry ..,t f 1 ) ,;.
marriage The diamond ring originated .County which topped the. 118,80071' / ::5';
in Italy where the ilamond of May a year ago j
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was believed to be a "flame of f ; ems sale office reports on the L i

low," In ancient Egypt the ring your. !mqotyotirContact ,., collection of the 7c gasoline 'tax \. '
was a symbol of eternity.; It also ,. > that S40,926.76 wu received from )' .
[ symbolized the "captlvt bride" me,todayl, Hendry County sauces during May Cane Molasses Fertilizers
compared to $ ,931n of
May
: whose bands were tied to prevent t
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her from escaping! : Anglo-Saxons AbnerVann 1962 : '
Minerals
: wore the rlnc on the right hand j The average Increase of the state Cattle Pesticides ;;:
as a whole in gas tax during the
until the wedding! when !it was. '
transferred to the left .] 'Ph" same month was 107%, and in. ,. ,. i
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Another Egypt custom is throwing credited'to old shoes ancient ; jJ+ YU'2-5,971; t,. sales lAu f tax.1% WEDGWORTH'S INC. t I I !

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or tielng! them to the bridal car"In 1' & and Mrs Joe HllUard and j' !
the land of the pyramids.: Vie STATE FARM(; I Joe Marlln HiMlard are spendinga i P.O.Bex Mfj lslN GYea lkara lRrr MITI f fa'
father 'llanded the bride sandal redM c-IIJ c.eaaq. '" month at Agua Terrace,* Fort, j f4"j[ .I",TO ,p ,, BapreantartrSea .. ; I

aJit Pltttt 'f1' to the groom symbolizing a transfer 1MN, ,Qra PNsalaaIM- .lIIIfa. < Myers Beach. ", I .
of authority.Mohammedans; ,. t. ,t
back In the middle -

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I Valiant In action: on "gmptrs"-N 41Y I
WALL PORTRAIT ages, used orange blossoms In @) rt.;" .
their ceremonies, as the orange ,
was the most prolific fruit Today I {
3 DAYS ONLYMon.Tues.Wed.
blossoms symbolize !the .
orange VALIANT PRICES NOW START LOWER r'
I hope that the wedded couple! win
be blessed with children. Throwingrice ;
June 24.25.26 carries the same wish but THAN 9 AMERICAN COMPACTS ; I ;

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with Arnold I I' ....... fix err w Me.r } a ,.-_ 10,110O nwM.Mddwa.lee... w ww. ... a.d aM..Y.w pwr:_-..d.. '
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: house tours, sports event, carnivals -
r Brampton Ontario fireworks and band concerts NOTICEApplications
will keep the town bopping
but before the big splash behind
Sets Flower FeteThe the scenes work was essential are now being taken at
I Early in Its life, he FetUval! ,
for the
Hall
position of
the City
flower that bloom in Association set to work to build
Brampton. Ont. will be honored public Interest and strong torso CITY MANAGERState
with a festival this ummer. : support. They applied to the poet
Brampton, 20 mile northwestof office and received a special cancellation qualifications experience
Toronto and unofficially Can- to be used until just before educa.
ada'a Flower Town, will stage its I the Festival, announcing its lion. etc.
first annual Festival of Flowers. dates on all mail going out of
LEON
I', June 28 to July 1. ..Brampton.They arranged for campsites BEMBRY, Mayor
With 48 professional flower In and around town limits
growers within Its borders. Brampton for tent travellers and contacted
holds a key. position in Can- aU hotels within driving distance
ada's commercial flower proluctlon. of the town to act up accommodation Let Us
The festival originated by for visitors
ii, the town's active Chamber of Commerce Local citizens were urged to further
is now In the hands of a beautify their already Impressive Air ConditionYour
Ij1 Festival of Flowers Aasociatlon, gardens and church and service
i made up of volunteers from Bramp group got set to sponsor

W OF SERVICE EMBLEMS *f the Ce..,*. Left te riant, John M. Hyder. Alcoa ton businesses, industry and hom acme of the Festival' special Car

?: V.8. Corp *f Engineer are sun at the awards Feuntahi, Heenan C Platt, Carolyn T. Fan and es.Working events.
;,1. ceremony, celebrating the 188th birthday 01 the Wm. H. Jolly. STAFF PHOTO throughout: the winter A* Brampton readies Itself for
Association, with some
months, the
Influx of visitors! from Canada
an
;ii 4. Civilian Page Six THE CLEW1STON NEWS Oewiston, J'la.1 20 committees handling details of of and the U. S., the festival Aasocl-: $299.95installed
Corps' the Festival, enlisted support
Thursday, June 20, 1963 community leaden, town council tine is again at work thl* timeon in
next ,ear'* Festival. your car
and the man in the street, to get
Festival
Say D. O. Brown gen-
Employees Get the first Festival rolling this year.
chairman "Brampton's Festival -
Award ContractsFor ereal :
Army Engineers The tour-day fete will include of Flower. shows promise of EASY BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN
list of events guaranteed
special becoming a major tourist attraction -
: Service Awards One Two Civil JobsThe to Interest all comers. Two par. for this area or for that matter
Military
uses the grand floral parade of this country To our knowledgethis
Y. Ten Twenty and Thirty. year service
floats constructed almost entirelyof
I is the only flower festival In
,r to
awards were presented U. S. Army Crop of Engineers tractor will be required to dredge fresh flowers and the Junior par) all of Canada. BECK MOTORSPhone
reached the
those employees who in Jacksonville has awarded a dike to close the Inlet which was ade arranged for by Brampton's "Organizing an event of this{ size
with the U.
of service
.I same ;year of three contracts totaling $419,120one -)I opened by a March 1962 storm. small fry will act the festive 1* an enormous Job and one that
it I S. Army Corps The Engineers occasion for closing an inlet in Martin The inlet is .located 2.7 mile south mood. 1 require the support of the entire YU 3-1301
I', Thursday evening.observance of: the county, another for Okeechobee of St. Lucie Inlet between the At- Crowning of a flower queen and town. Judging from the enthusiasm
the annual
was which celebrated Waterway dredging, and a third lantic Ocean and Peck Lake. tier princesses, a grand floral ball to this year' Festlva' not only
of the
founding Corps
l.. its 188th birthday on June for construction of a building at The work must be completed and a Junior ball comprise: the from our own townspeople but
Base Tarn- within 60 calendar days. 'more formal festivites while
MacDlill Air Force near from prospective visitor a* well,
j 1 18tb.I The eight-foot project depth dance nand skill driving
square our Job will be an easier one In a
I, Employees and their families gathered Pa.The Inlet job went to Gahagan .f the Okeechobee Waterway competitions, tennis tournament. to come"
at the Elk dub outdoor Dredging Corporation of Tampa between the Intra-Coaital Waterway flower shows, art exhibits, green yean a The Demand
picnic facilities for a steak and whose $275,000 bid was the lowestof at Stuart and the Calf
fish dinner Friday. Swamp cabbage six received. District EngineerCoL of Mexico at Fort Myera will i"! For Stocker
baked beans, com on the H. R. Parfitt said The con- be restored under a $77,120 eon-
cob and cole slaw completed the tract awarded to Hendry Corporation Cattle Is Heavy
; menu of the bountiful mealA. of Tampa Shoal which
R. Broadfoot, area engineer ford, Caroline T. Pape Wesley B. have developed In the 140-mile
tat the Clewlston area office, presented Ingram, Zeddle B. Taylor, JohnT. long waterway will be removed -
award u follows: Joyner and John M. Hyder. from the following locations Buy Only The
10 year awards: Chester D.'Wol. 20 year awards: Warren W. ((1)) Lake Okeechobee at the en-
French John F. Mcdenlthan Jr., trance to St. Lucie Canal, (2)) just Cattle You Want
I George A. Davidworth. Alonzo T. below Ortona Lock ((3)) about a
Fountain and Heenan C. Platt. mile below Cart na Lock ((4) oppo.site
BOWLING COOL C. E. Wiesenfeld! area engineerfor Hpgone Gully (just west of Or- BRAMPTONThe
i the Central and Southern Florida tona Lack, ((5)) about o mile below
FUN! Flood Control district awarded Hogpen Gully, and ((6)) In the es-
these emblems. I' uary below Beautiful Island Railroad Flower Town of Canada f Sales Every Monday At 1:00 P. M.
10 year award: Willie C. Mack. Bridge
;, ; Balloon night every 20 year awards: John E. Gunter -; The Tampa contractor, who sub

Saturday from 7 p.m. Jr.. and William H. Jolly. I mltted the lowest of seven bids, !Invites you to attend the first annual
Each of the engineer! referred will be required to complete! the GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN.none
Everyone Windy to the great amount of work now job la 130 calendar. day. .
going on in the district, and gave Colonel Farfitt also announced FESTIYALJUNE
Glades Bowling Lanes also a bit of history of the Corps, the award of a $66,200 contract to
referring to the fact that the first Peter R. Brown. Inc., of Clearwater WT 1-SOzS Belle Glade, Hi
t Route 80 South engineer office in Florida was ea- for construction of an air
tabllahed In 1885 at Key West craft weapons calibration shelter OF
at MacDlll Air Force Base The
I 40 x 80 foot prefabricated. steel
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: :1 .J:4:1:1r":1service: : -" structure, equipped with a compressed -
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air system and utilities, is
scheduled for completion by Nov. ATTENTION! "
15, 1983. The accepted bid was the

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VETS INFO SERVICEBy LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND

FRANK E. VELTRE WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING

County Service Officer

Two classes of veteran with A Low Cost Farm Mating
service connected disabilities will FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
receive additional compensation asa Witt Forts Cash Toe '

result of new law enacted by the Beflnaaee debt
88th Congress and approved by the e issues farm Improvement. Mew bonding praisewind
machines and Install Irrlgatlea.e .
i President, the Veteran) Administration 28.2930 ranch.Purchase .
Assist In purchase *( a farm grv or
announced today.
e more land.
One group Include those veteran AND JULY 1st. e Provide capital fund for the farm enterprise.
I II who have service-connected ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
Speclrl cats, parade and breathtaking
I, .. deafness of both 'ear* with com flou displays: Grand Ball HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGESI.
-
, / plete los of bone and air conduc ',Flower Queen Flower Show and Lower payment
:.,: :; tion. The other group includes veterans (Floral competitions Carnival: Junior ft. Laager term (ap to M rear).
; ; who have suffered the loss Parade Grand Floral Parade S. Dependable service (serving agriculture e.eMdnbsins
: :: of use of both. vocal cords.-with *fireworks 1117).
:.t"o: constant inability to communicate: 4, Fatt prepayment privileges wtthort penalty.\ *.
teal M
8. Lan service by loeal people familiar with
;. I, bJ speech, as a result of service- For Information writ to
Incurred diseas. or Injury. Brampton Festival of Flo- If were be of service to yen plea* write or pkaas
j;,, wen Association, Box 310, W. E. MAT Mgr er DOYLE E. ABBOTT Asst Mi*
1' such disabilities will receive en
;" additional $47 a month In compensation Brampton Ontario. Federal
Land Bank Associationof
paid by the VA. For those
BE SURE TO GET FULL whose disability; arose hiring
peacetime service, the additional Bradenton
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BENEFIT OF GRASS monthly compensation I* $38.
The VA will be able to Identify PHONE!: 7432081 BKADENTON, rLL

J Good grass it a real benefit to you dairymen. You moat of tlw Veteran* who are entitled
to this Increaae. la. these
j J should take of of
advantage
I every acre paature you case the Increased compensationwill
{ have Cows love it and you can expect them to eat be automatically added to

lots of it-and it will help stimulate: milk flow. the check the veterans receive

August\ 1.APPENDICITIS.

j But to get the full benefit of grass, use it wisely. Complete Line Of

I Feed a little hay. every day because grass, as you is A

know, is mostly water. And be sure to continue MODERN PAIN' CQSTM&l Building Material

feeding Purina Milk Chow Special, the hIhemciency ABOUT $'100 MORE THAN

ration, according to individual production. THE OLD-FASHIONED'

Purina Milk Chow Special will help] hold body con- STOMACH-ACHE / .'

,, dition that keeps cows up hi production throughout

the lactation. They. need it right along- with lots of-. FOR LARGE OR SMALL
and other
grass roughage "
t1 L_ .GONCRETEJOBS OUR RADIO
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Come n. Let talk over

I ", your dairy operation. ,MIxED CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL
MtgBO _
Perhaps we can help you
i work out a program for DELIVER YOUR NEEDS QUIcKLY

efficient
more production
in the months,ahead. AND EFFICIENTLY.
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BULLDOZER OPERATOR NEEDED claim and demand which you, 01:: Clewiston Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page &wenThursday
Apply: V-B Cattle Co. U either of you, may bare aftalmt' tl. I
.. June 20 1963
I lot* of LOIS CANDACU WHIT- I I
mile south of Clewiston on State TEN, dtetand. tat of call: County ..: :!
Road 832. Or write Red Roland to the County Jodge of Hn4r ::
BLUM & SONS County, Florida, at bee. office' lu Iba ember plants rot off at the soil plants also may be Increased by i L;
PLASTERING FOR SALE1-1961: Ford Box 995, Clewiston, Fin tie court house of Hid' County at La surface because of excess wateror dividing old plants into several Individual -
PHONE Four Econollne "
RAT cents Very Best Work Belle, Florida' within' six: : calendar <
...iT1i'TED : W. bus. 12.000 miles Ideal for monthe from the time of the first too much fertilizer. crowns or rosettea and '
>" 10 cenb Save You "
Jd:: charge.feu insertions Pastering. Money camping. WY 2-5331. June SOp publication of thl notion Two oopLs The amount of plant food depends potting them in separate contain \
" ; Simulated Stone \ lilt of each claim or demand ihal
"failJlU: ; I price of three Stucco Free Estimate FOR SALE 111: ( be In writing and lull state the on the size of the plant The ers. ,
tor the Parrakeets $200 piece of residence and put officeCddre. average size plant requires no more Violets are rather suulUva to i
Licensed
and Insured up. Mynah *. of the claimant and .ball
25 Years In Business Birds, ey'irds8gAfricanPet love b* sworn to by the claimant, itrnttorny than a teaspoon of a 6-64 (NPK) light With insufficient light, lei''
3850 Lora Street DEMAND GREATER T H A NEVER and accompanied by a 'III fertilizer every three or four mol plants make vigorous growth but
boarding Thompson Wild Inc fee of one dollar and such claim '
: Fort Myers Fla. tic Animal Farm Phone for houses acreage bust I, or demand not eo filed hall bo volt ths.To produce few or no flowers. Grow
ED 7-0171 or OX /. 874 1238- YUkon 2arc nesses. W. have customers wait /./ MYRL.H I. M1LT.I/R keep the plant happily blooming the plants In a bright window or infull
A* executor of the J..C
, In,. List your property with us Will and Testament of repot the violets annually. Foi sunlight during the winter.

WEDDING G, BIRTHDAYGITTT FOR SALE Payroll envelopes J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU 2-7501:! LOIS CANDACU WHITTEN a re-pottlng mixture Universityof but in the summer place the plants ,,,

See RachelTUPPERWARE printed wtlh form for social so- tie publication June 11.1>180L euo..adCJ' Florida horticulturists: recommend on a north window till or just out
j' sHoWER OR RENTFOK curRy, withholding and other de- 161 a mixture of 1-3 peat, leaf: of the sun's reach in other locations.
1!'Idtt.1f1J1 member of ;your com- ductions. Box of 500. dewiston FOR SALE-3 bedroom house. 428 June 13, 10. it. July 4, 19.H. mold or rotted manure, 1-3 sand .

i' w A 'OUI' communit7. News Office. E. Sagamore. Contact P. O. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS' and 1-3 good garden loam. Add The best temperature for Saint-

ty-fervln'31941. JulyllpCue RENT-FurnIshed cabins and Crose in Belle Glades. Phone SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT about M cup of superphosphate to paullaa te 60 to 62 degrees at night

yU traUers. Johnson Fishing Camp 9662716. June 27p CITY Of CLEWISTON?! :, FLORIDA each half bushel of this soil mix and TO to 73 In the daytime. '

and dr.pes. YU 2-1181. CONTRACT 1 ture. like tender To 1
COVERS Uc ID I IJmILOSTGlrl' REAL ESTATE: Sealed propoial will b* received" Insects plants.
Dlade. Complete line ofapel'1 342 W. O'BISPO. Unfinished steel by. undersigned at the office There are two popular species of control mealybugs use an equal
tin FOR RENT 2 and 3 room fur- of the City I Clwlton, Florida, '
fabrics. knownas
cover African violets properly quantity of alcohol and water.
slip ,
and house. Will sell is M,0 .pt
2-5831. rushed apartment Phone masonry at until I:10 EST, July SI, ml, a "
esUmate.., Call YU 21271. or complete to buyers specifications. which time and place they will b* Saintpaulias. The kmantha has Armed with a email paint brush
I Cothern" Custom Furniturs _, tic white gold Timex Exclusive. publicly opened and read aloud. reddish-brown hairy leaves and full of this mixture, seek out the

all Upholstery, tic FOR RENT-Two bedroom beach watch. Stretch band. Finder please NORTHSIDE bedroom frame poul The are work to for b* submitted which three oonelet pro. light violet! colored flowers. The mealybug and touch him with the

rf front and beachside cottages YU 2-6931 or YU 2-1501. Mrs. 110,000. of construction of a sewage treatment species kewensis has green leaves brush-do not wet the plant with

KENTUCKY HOME Contact Mrs. J. C. Gill, 2433 First James Hill. Ito NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame All plant.material furnished and all with white hairs. There are several the solution.

MUTUAL LIFE INS. Street Fort Myers. ED 5-438 9000. work performed shall b* In accord. verities with blue lavender, pinkor Mites cause a stunting growth of

of the soundest in the June20c ACREAGE as available. contract nee with plan document, ipecl float perUlnlnithcreo lone and white flowers. the plant, poor growth and few

toe country I I.At I. ffliscellaiieiouslllantedEXPERIENCED S ACRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 which may b* examine For an indoor project this summer flowers. Mite-Infested plants shouldbe
FOR RENT-Large modern bed at the office of the City Manareat
bath frame home. Hardwood propagate Saintpaulias by discarded because the insect
SenJiceSybil the Hall, ,
City Clewleton Florida
Your kitchen "
room utilities, telephoneand floors. or at th* office of Gee A Jensen means of leaf! petiole], cuttings. Sim-, la very difficult to control.
Cecil TV privileges. Phone 2-6191 325 FHA HOMES In Broward. Palm Consulting, Envlneere I Ino, 101, ply: cut a leaf with one or two Inches Crown rot is the worst dIse.... '
Av evenings. Keechobe Road, Weal Palm Beach,
342 Sajjamore e. tic competent and Beach and Dade counties, various Fiori.... of Its petiole attached; stick It can turn the center of your'

July 4p FOR RENT-Two bedroom dependable man desired for drag sizes and prices. Small cash One copy of the document., Including -. the petiole In moist sand vermlcullte prized violet Into a decayed mass
duplex line work on V-B Cattle blank bid form to be *xcuted
Ranch %j jyd.
nUS-Spray- ] your home for any apartment Unfurnished. May be P&H 10 wheel payment. and submitted with a pro. or a mixture of sand and There is no control once the disease '"
work teen after C 512 dragline 8 days FOR RENT Efficiencies and pout nay be obtained from the hits. Destroy the rest of the +
tori of pests. All guaran. p.m., South Atlantic $110. Weekly office of dee A. Jensen, peat.With '
I Apply in Coneultlncnlne
star Pest ControL R. D. Ave tic pay. person.Red houses as available. i .re, Inc, upon payment of luck roots will form at the diseased plant, discard the soil .1
service representa- Roland 515 South Atlantic Over 1,000 vacant lots to select lit,00 plue I ... state colic tax, base of the petiole in four to six and sterilize the pot before it is >
causes, local Oewla- FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer Clewiston Friday evening II p.rn. from for all purposes. Various a total of 111.4S a set, which amount weeks. Soon after that a small used
805 will be
Box not refunded again./
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P. to 10
VI. Julllp spaces. Royal Palm Trailer 1 p.m. only. tfc prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. A certified or caihUr'i check on rosette of leaves will appear. When To halt leaf spot or nail head ./,
Park. Phone YU 22603. tic AND INCOME a national or state bank or a bid well rooted the cutting can be pot
WAITRESS. Good hours good pay, bond In a sum not !... than five rust try spraying the plant with
ATTENTIONProspective FOR RENT-Bedroom with private good working conditions Apply PROPERTY percent (J%) of the amount of ted In four-Inch container, 1% tablespoons of 50 percent V, \ ,.
borne buyers (ornunerdsl bath. Phone 2-6881. W. E.Bailey Immediately. Glades Restaurant 1360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent the bid I made hall payable. accompany to the each City I bid oClewleton It takes about six to eUht weeksto wettable Caiptan per gallon of I w
CBS construction S2S.OOO.
). I am seeking em- tic June 20c a* a guarantee that the bidder will produce a good flowering plant water.Harlem .
mall LONG TERM low Interest, farm not withdraw from the compeltlon from a cutting. The number of
'ojment, can save you many WAITRESS cane grove and ranch mortgages after opening of bid and In event
l'- roe.II WAN1'ED-Appy] In that the
kindle planning an >> contract I Ie awarded to the
constructloti. person Canebrake Restaurant minimum $50,000. bidder, he will enter Into contract
: and complete Miscellaneous For S'ale LISTINGS NEEDED and furnish the required performanc '
rib George Kendall, Box IBS.wlitai.ru. tic J. M. LANKFORDRet. bond, falling which >e shall News ': :"
forfeit the bid I deposit ai liquidated
:< \ tff A WATKINS ROUTE in this area Seal Estate, Broker damacee. All bond hall b* exeout

555 SEWING MACHINE Is open for semi-retired man, or 530 East Sugarland HighwayFire 014 by a fully authorlied surety, I
FOR SALE Wedding gown Bal- licensed by the State of Florida ;
leprttentativs will be at Oldjn erlna length. Size 15. $25.00. Call lady. Many semi-retired people Auto and General The City reserve. the right to Events and News Of Our Colored Community J.. '
rurnlture\ Store each Friday.or earn $50)00 to 1100.00 per week depending Insurance hold the bid. for SO day after bid ;

YU 23121. i
Julyllp: opening and to waive any Informal. MRS. JANE S. GAJADHA Colored New Editor i f'
parts, sales, service atop In on time devoted to route. Clewiston. Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 Mies I and to reject any or all bid. YU 2-7651 ;\ -
Phone
call YU U721. tfc FOR SALE 1961 Metropolitan, Also have 1 full-time route open. CITY OF CL&WI8TON
By Leon '
BABY SITTING in borne from one owner car. Actual mileage I Maybe ;you can qualify For personal CN'U Bembry, MayorJune MISS JOHNSON AND REV. ACTIVITIES OF THE i!
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1 to. 6, week days. Ages 4 years 11,000 mile Ideal for second car I interview In your area, write PUBLIC NOTICE 10. ..... LEROY HOLMES ARE UNITED HARLEM FACULTY !

ad up. 711 Bond Street. June27pIW Call YU -1881 after I o'clock Willis- Miss Frankle!. M., Johnson and Mr. Sylvester Humphry will study

July 4 c IIIIe Your Hendry Rev. Leroy Holmes were unitedin this summer at Bethune Cookman,1,, '
If THB COUNTY JUDOE'' COURT
SUPPLY Or SCRATCH. WAITRESS "phonl HHNORY COUNTY STATB Or a double. ring ceremony Saturday College Daytona Beach; Mr. Her- "
WANTED
FADS art ready. News office. FOR SALE 1946 Chevrolet Contact YU 32341. KLORIDAEtUt County GardenerBy cvenLig, June IS, 1333.: at bert Burrows Bethune College

Bob Overhott, Jr., YU lIe LOU CANOACB* of WHITTEV. 'Hervey Sharp the St. James AME: Church, Eus- Miss A. E. O. Thomas, CalumbU I

25641. Jun27c D.o.saea. Agricultural Extension Service tics Florida. Rev. Chester Richardson U., New York; Mrs. Carfene Ktght "
THE STATE Or FLORIDA TO African violets are like June Columbia U., Mrs. D. B. Hill North
FOR SALE-1960 16-ft pastor.
Owens
fiberglass ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN '
Five Acre Tract boat with 80 hp Mercury ATTENTIONYOUNG THD) ESTATE or SAID DECEDENT >rktes-they thrive on love and The procession began at 830with ; Carolina State College N.C.; Miss

tender car*. i Woodard ofQclatlng. O. Harris Florida A&M Unlver-
H.
in the Smokies electric motor with alternator and MEN You are hereby notltUd that a the Rev. J. '
jailer. Brand new windshield and written Initrumcnt puporllnf to b. Since brides young and old The bride wore a gownof ally
near CherokeeI top. Motor has less than 100 hours White. 14 or over, To workin the Lut Will and T.etament of have mastered the subtle art of enticing white chantllly :lace and carried
aid decedent ha been admitted to
Miles from Town running time. Can be seen at 721 local area Clewiston and probate la said Court attention,, here are a few I an. orchid on a white Bible. GLORIOUS COMMUNITY I
II Jeep had Cortez. Phone YU 2-7131 or YU Moore Haven. Neat Appl You are hereby commanded withIn '. tips that will keep the plant life The matron of honor was dressedin CHURCH

$31 cash, and 8-2571. arc Monday June 24, between 12 data ill of: : calendar the tint publication month\ from of this the In the home happy. silk organza with matching ac Elder N. Hall Pastor I i:

Noon and 2 p.m. at El Patio notice to appear In old court and Unless you are trying to divorce cessories. Elder T. N. Granville ass't

$31 monthly ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS MoteL 444 Sugarland High why how the cause action. of If laid any Court YOU In ean ad-, ;yourself from two living beauties The bride was given In marriage Sunday marked he close of a ,

FOR Guaranteed. $19.95 down, $14.04 way. Itp milling Bald Will to probate should don't dash cold water on the brideor by her brother Mr. Willie L. Johnson three week's revival servic* that

three years per month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. not itand unroroked. an African violet Both! like to Mrs. E1QI. e.Johnson sister had been conducted. tp plll,10011

Write Box 760 ., YU 2-7151. tic BROWARD County pARSONS J\ld. ,sip their liquids slowly.A in-law served as bride' maid. for Christ. The members and j

Belle Glade FOR SALE 1959 Volkswagon) Hendry County, Florida wick extended from the bottom The rainbow color scheme was friends enjoyed a wonderful feast J
Fla. SEAL)
II of the pot is a good way to offer in the decorations. A on the church grounds.
Camper in real good condition. Flr.t Publication June ., 1161 carried out i iCllUBCIINEWS
27,000 miles. Phone YU 22891. tic WANTEDTO CN S<3 the plant a drink. Placing the pot reception followed In the Arcade
June U, 10, 17. July 4, lilt In a dish of water 1s also accgptable. t
ssIsasuetoussaIss u. SsuaauI.sls.ssss.s 01 the church.
LEASE Out-of-town guests were: Miss Apoatollo Faith Church .1
II' THE 'Ot'RT, OP THID COUNTYJI'UOR Volets like medium amounts of New Bethel AME: Jesus I
I ] HBlNDR 'COUNTY. Cheryl Jenkins,
l' FLORIDAIN moisture. So don't let their root Miss A. V. Lakellarbor I
/ Section Lest church Clewiston;
BUSINESS DIRECTORYBOTTLED or In R-: Estate of PROBATE become too dry or don't fet them Mells and Mr. LeRoy Williams, Elder Reed Pastor '"

CHOICE MUCK LOIS CANDACB WHITTEN, become water soggy.Lightcolored guest soloist Belle Glade; Mrs. Services were held at the church ''-'

LAND TO ALL PERSONSD eco HAVING o e*" spots on the lea*. Sylvia Brlstow was consultant and Sunday beginning with the Sunday I

CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST ea are caused by cold water on the directress assisted by Mrs. Rena School at 10:00. Regular services

WALDRON'SMEATS With Drainage SAID You ESTATE and each: of roil are h r by leaf. If you\ must surface water the Pool and Mrs. Jeeale Walker of were conducted at noon. The pastor i "

GAS notified: and required: to preitut any plants use hike-warm water. Rem- Justice.. was honored by the members "

AND GROCERIES PRINCIPLES ONLY with a gift that was presented at rth1I

AppliancesSalesService fibs (08 Clewbton, Florida NEW PASTOR IS time. Later In the afternoon

Open 7 A.M. 3 P.M. GREETED ON SUNDAY the members visited, Click Farms:

Sunday afternoon June 16, the and the Glorious Community;: !

SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Frank Denmead officers and members of New Bethel Church Clewiston.

POWER GAS AME Church Clewiston greeted j ""
For Your Spur of Moment Picnics Licensed Florida Real Estate the pastor and his bride with a HOSPITAL NOTES j

Broker reception at the Harlem Recreation Colored: patients admitted: .,
CORPORATIONCALL Four Miles East of dewlston Across from Fair Grounds Center at 3 p.m. Delgado Thompson, Dorothy Mae !

Ofe. Phone YU S-34Z1 The Center was beautifully decorated Porter. Beulah Mae Lee. 7
Bare Beach
Colored Patients remaining:
RENTALS Twe-Bedreem for the occasion. i
South Bay WY W321WANTED: Apartment. Furnished. The bride table was tat center Wycliff Warren, Delgado Thompson

of attraction with wedding cake William Phllpotta, Harry Scott 1

e FOE BENT Mtedroom and all the gxxlles that make a Johnnie Mae Williams Dorothy 1 ,
,
Attention CattlemenNew new 1C wld. trailer. Famish. rcepdm north! rtmtmbrrlng Mae Porter Beulah Lee Carrie '

less all .." Rev and Mrs. I'olmes! are at Mitchell. '
.ls the time te consolidate .. irw't/
OD present residing in the parsonageof
Customers year debts with a lout term farm Income Property I tj' .
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th'J.! Church. We
Fish Camp. Blfbway. Folly Ne* B
loam low Interest rates with Equipped.: tars, congratulate and welcome the new- Hilton's Grocery ; u, "

NO buts, tovraUwT complete jrwedi,
EXPERIENCE Federal Land BankSee ready te r*. Priced at eae Groceries Fresh Meats ,a: !

year's gress. Terms. I PERSONAL MENTION Vegetable "

NECESSARYJordan er Write HOME FOR SALE Two Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Sanders Cold Drinks Essential Items '

W. B. MAY small hoax: ea U.s. 27 excellent r and children are enjoying a delightful We Appreciate Your PatronageMr. a :

& Pridgen Box 688 Walcald Bonding ba,. With terma. vacation with relatives and and Mrs. Tborstra lint e j '

arms Bradenten. Florida FOE SALE 1X2 Home friends in Philadelphia Miss. Proprietors J res.
SERVICE
STATION Trailer 2 bedrooms, 10' wideC7' have .
Mr. and Mrs. Jehova Moody .
long I3 0 down. Assume returned after a pleasant vacation rf.:.

'itle llEHDu COUNn payments ef fa per month. I in Macon Ga., with relative Willie's nt i:1 i :
&
Abstract Co. EVINRUDESales I FOE SALE-3-bedraoni!! UT- and friends.

Abstraete-TIUe IDnraIlM Ing room, dining room and 1 Shoe Shine StandGive i

: .SteaGrrapw bsth. Tree In yard. 180 per your shoes that shine
Itdgi, .. and ServiceNew month after down payment, ANNOUNCEMENT smile

n.SI.. Park Ave.r. financed by owner Mrs. Emma Dixon 1* presently Alabama Street 1. HarlemMr.

etasra 6J361. o. a.:141 and Used Metes AC.EAOz-lZ. acres. highlands : employed at Dorathy's Willie L. Tonne Proprietor '

Per Marine Hardware County. Suitable fer Beauty Box 820 SW Ave. B, i

Home wompt. Efficient" Parts and Accessories cites cleared and ready. Belle Glade. Pe.Tnanaut waves

or deliver Marine Safety Equipment 1M.OO per acre Ever Form finger wave facial I JULIA'SBEAUTY

lilt
Royal Palm wonderful hnaWInf .. all kinds or a style for any
Make That New Look '
.411 Bobby R. E. WALDRON site Near proposed occasion-visit the Beauty;: Bas '
Gidderu camp Ttattai- Styling Cutting
turnpike between Ft Girntt Mrs. Dorathy Mse Singleton Ne Appointments
n Plut&
1-1211 Lauderdale and Naples. ; $100 Owner and Stylist, Friday and Saturday ,

0114 per acre' Mrs Emma DIxon, OperatorELITE Mrs. Joie Rale*. ProprietorROCERY
Tampa Tribuneaad (00 Aerea. Band mack 40

acres la cane balance salt- 11 X !14 WALL PORTRAIT
abl. for additional e.... tj

Ft. Myers 1120 Acres. Hendry _tl. :3 DAYS ONLY
,""rtF. timber.
Canal aloof
t News Press Mike eseelleat cltru. 1119. Mon.. Tues. Wed. G

Home Delivery per sere.It planted ta June 24- 25 26 .'
mack,
W. 0. CAMPBELL acres I Groceries Fresh M *
Ee'.lstered Real Estate i SELECTION/ Of FULL roSES

BalesmasjJTJAN1TA HCJURIS/ DELIVERED IN MORIfHOTOOWHMI Cold Drinks Clewiston News
JOHNSON

HATHCOCK'SAUTO Ees. Phoae TU S-1201 HOUMIIO AM.I fM 2 fM.| PMROYAL'S '\ :'
SERVICE CARROLL L. BENSON' Other Items i
SALES
I-MM Il' t
Fh. YC
A SERVICESTATION : DEPT. STORE
RESTAURANT! and
BILL ARMOUR For Information Call TU 27651ICIASSIFIIDDSfD. I

psese n News OPEN ALL NIGHT I FB.YD2-I4Z1 I CLEWBTON.' FLORIDA
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First Aid Course ion Pat.rol Aux1l1ar at tile 4e-
I ,t Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewistoo Fla. Hall

,, t I Thursday June 20, 1963 Underway for FHPAA Trooper Dave Tomliason i.
ducting: the course: wrBwinS;
refresher course In first aid aid methods. Members
;Glades Roofing Co. CRD TEAM SWIMS was began Tuesday night by the to be present for the remain are,IIl' 4

S'1r.' Types,of Reef and Clewiston Platoon, Florida High- the classes. "*
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Sheet Metal WertNew :
Construction er IN SW FLA MEETMembers
Repair Jobs
of the Clew ton Recreation I I I' I I' I IOrd"
P};Pone 2-7111 Department swim teams

Day er Enminn; took part In a two day Southwest
'Florida AAU swimming meet In
P. O. Box 1211CLEWISTON
FLA. Fort Myers> Friday and Saturday
Two Clewiston swimmers Quite
--- -- I
-
<0" "";, Mazzlna and Steve Bell were not
attached to the Clewiston swim y
,amassed a .number -
large
'HiP! ": 'I"" lean.they; 0y
I of points,6ut of course these
BOWL*ox COOL fun were not oreditqd to the CB3
*
team.
'
I, y
r ", : ,I' Htftvfr the local lads and lassies r 1nRa
: I Boys and Girls plated well In the compeltlon
against old established swim club
'.tfpfeciy/' /'Daytime pricealGlades 'In the, large South Florida area

? from Hillsborough south.excepting, HAMPERED BY RAIN which has cancellel many Keith Stiles Billy Williams, Mike Maulna. Mike NEW
'
i i) .
j the East Coast of their tiroes, the Clewiston Cane Gang will Dral Dean Dyal and standing, Bonnie Roblson
Bowling Lanes Clewiston placed 4th i la the 10 Journey to Avon Park: Friday alIbi and hope for Bob Glddens. Dwayne Waldron. Felton Ricks I TOUCH COMMAND WASHER
and Under boys medleh 5th In the
: a clear weather trip. Shown here at the start of
Route 80 >outh f 11-12, boys 200 medley; 5th In the their schedule U the Gang left to right Mated and Marlyn Ham. STAFF PHOTO GIVES YOU THE PROPER WASHING
; 13-14: boys 200'medley; 4th in the METHOD TOR ANY WASHABLE AT THE TOUCH
11-12 200 3rdn OP A BUTTON I
boys freestyle relay
; and 6th in the 13-14 boys freestyle of HAWK (Homlng-All-The-Way -r
| the 13-14 girls freestyle ma1One Army Offers Killer) and NIKE-Hercules misI TOUCH Ml BUTTON to proptf way ant spy
relay. MM to
IpMd prop* tunpmturat mj iMhiUt
Steve Bell a member of the West eS to destroy any missiles or NEW EE-SPAN DESIGN add twuty ml eTRIPLECYCLE
r Palm Beach team placed: Srd In Missile JobsA aircraft launched toward U. S. r-r? f
the 11-12 boys 50 breaststroke; 3rd Soil by an aggressor DIAL sic s ra right mk MUiy tollfM
,I ntulv v hHvlly salted etottwOUAtOISPENSER
> "IN* in the 11-12 boys 200 Individual limited number of Floridians Called the "cream of the crop" tutoraHctlly Midi block Ml
medley; 4th In the 11-12 boys 50 may be enlisted this month for by military Authorities missile- HUM eondlUomr., ..M5* promrMimALLPORCELAIN
AUTO backstroke; 5th In the 11-12 boys specific aeslgnment to missile men must be on constant alert!. saws mi out probe tfiM sataaatdw.cW4
end 6th in the 11-12 HalmWATER
freestyle
; units in the South Florida area, and keep themselves In keen menteal .
freestyle and In the 11.12 -SAVINQ away fW Control
boys according to U. S. Army Recruiter and condition. For
physical .
BODY& FENDER SHOP boys 50 butterfly. About 30 local FULL-TIME UNDERWATER LINT FILTER
swimmers took part in the meet Sergeant First Class Don San- this reason only the best are tab- Bid 10LB.tub CJpKttyr
dstedt bed for duty with the Air Defense
j Young ,men who meet the units. Asady/f/ $_._ A_
I Army's physical!, mental and moral Os.,.dr sir ear rr fir..rA.
.
Lang New SalesmanAt W p.w.awY.w.aaa GMAMaar.d
qualifications will be guaranteed For further Information on this _
"Chuck" Wells assignment In one of the Air option or any other choice you ..rear.IM eW.r. ear a rrWt=.r nee
Defense Command Units in the may wish to make contact your
James H. Lang, former Oewls- greater Miami area of the Florida recruiter when he visits the Oewls Pail lwlp
ton resident, and brother of Sam Keys upon completion of basic ton Selective Service: Board between
Day and H>vAld Lang began duties as training at Fort Jackson South the hours of 1 end 3 p.m. on
Glades Gas
car salesman for "Chuck" Wells Carolina. Tuesday, June 23. For an earlier Company
Motor Company this week. These units ever vigilant againstthe appointment, call him at ED 70051In r
Lang lived in Clewiston from Red Fort write Post Office
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creeping Aggressor operate Myers or
SERVICE 1926 until 1939, prior to serving'! in listening poets and batteries Box 1049, Fort Myers. Dan McCarthy ,
the armed forces. Since that time
he has lived in Fernandina Beach ---

and in Tampa for the last year, '
I where he worked as a car sales t' ,: Deposit Your Savings With b

,,': '
; On all minor Body man.Mrs.. Lang: a registered nurse I; ;, .:- .

and their three sons are expected ,.
and Fender repairs to Join him here In the very near Clewiston Federalanticipated
.' future. The oldest ton, Jerry, Is a
presently serving in the Navy;
f' bodyrestoredto"Like
t ? ( Ronnie graduated from Bradford
High School this year; and Stephen -
New"appear will be a junior next year. t

., '.: ancel I Don't delay 4 I %

i r' Swine Vaccination -.,..--, Io dividend rate 4

... Come in Today Required Sept. 1 "....... ..-.:$ '""

Frank L. Polhlll County Agricultural Per Asians
I .... :;':\ 'I'"ii
agent, reminds all farmers ....;;::;..L L...........J. Payable Or
and ranchers that there are less Compounded Quarterly
MOBILE RADAR UNITS such as these shown at locations In the
FREE CAR Loaner swine than 90 vaccination days remaining regulations before Florida keys, are part el the stepped up program of protection Your savings account insured to $10,000by
go around Sooth Florida which resulted from the Cuban crisis last
into effectOn a permanent government agency
October
service while we repair and after September 1 all 'j
swine moving from farm to farm Member Of Federal Horn Loan Bank System
or from farm to market must< See
truck the a
your car or new. .
NOAIE.
: have been vaccinated at least 21 p1.
0 days prior to the move according CRANBROOK TRAILER Clewiston Federal
._ to the new law.

PolhiU says arrangements (for all 50 x 10 2 bedroom a J uNn w
O swine to bit vaccinated may be rouedwass ie
and LoanAssociation
i l Savings
FREE ESTIMATES w made or by the calling county the agent.local veterinarian :; only $3,850Low

GLADLY GIVEN! Nit SY'f n ao $
.
; down payment Monthly payments ,
Office OpenedBy $66.26 'sd[ (Ott 1

.. ". Alcon HomesCharles See this' beautiful mobile home, at 201 J:..Ventura Are Oewtaton ftoiMa +
!. Hall of Fort Myers was
I ,: ..' ., in Clewiston this week arrangingfor CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES
a local office for James Ro-
NO 'DENT' TOO LARGE or SMALL sati'i Alcon Homes, which is stating U.R. S7 Clewbton. Fla.

construction In dewlston.
An office space in the Granere HOMEOWNERSA
building has been secured. Furnishings
"Chuck" Wells will be in shortly and the FOR SALETwo
telephone number i 11 YU J-2481. NEW SERVICE has been added to Van r
Mr. Hall said he would\ not be in Fordson Major 4-wheel Drive Diesel Tractors equip.
Clewiston full time as yet but will ped with loq guards lights and winch with 5/8" cable. G
MOTOR CO. Inc. be here about three days each One machine odometer reading 72 hours. Cothern's Custom Furniture and ,Uphols
week. Meanwhile phone can will Price
CJt $4,000.00
be answered at the same n.rabcr: tery. We have added a slipcover and drape h
Chevrolet
y.." ...,...,J Olds, & Pontiac mentioned. One machine odometer reading 325 hours. k
-' SALES-6EKYICE PARTS Price $3,000.00 department under the supervision of Mrs.

Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston Central Playground a
Phone TO S-4501 Tetherball Weis-Fricker Mahogany Company Pauline Barrett, our decorator. You are in .
Tourney Box 391. r.naacob.11a. Phone 4554531
There at will Central be a tetherball Playground tournament to- vited to come in any time for free decorat 1.b

morrow, starting at 9:30 a.m. ideas.
Flay will be in three age groups: ing Mrs. Barrett has 15 years eXPe'rience I

.IntrodUcing Junior Midget 9-11 6-8 years years; in home decorating.

Senior 12.14 '1:
:years.

For the first time With Our BoysIn AUTEi? Custom drapes, valances, cornices, slip- d

in Clewiston. and Moore Haven ServiceLt. covers, bedspreads, tablecloths, throw pil

+ Wayne Hodges Is completing '
J f The Most Modern a Survival Training! Course at lows are made in our slipcover and drape
Stead AFB. Nevada and win leaveon l
Method of Preserving and Cooling' Roofs; ) July 3 for 11 weeks training department. C
on KC-1M In Castle AFB, Cali 1ANSSAVE
High-Pressure Cleaning & Painting fornia. Mrs. Hodges who 11 here St
with her parents Mr and Mrt. Complete line of samples for any decor.Bank .
JJsing'Miidew & Fungus-Resistant Paints 0. A. Anderson and his parents, .u. .
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hodges financing be arranged on
addition Sr.. hope to join him there Lt can 1St

I In Hodges permanent has duty been station notified will that be his a1 MONEY! BORROW HERE! purchases exceeding $100.00 upon approved StIs

to our regular service of all kinds of new Offutt AFB. Omaha Nebraekau44NG Buy your car anywhere, but borrow hereto credit. 4a

roofs and roof repair; bonded gravel roofs, pay for it. Our bank rates are the lowest 4.

,I! and cement tile roofs.Commercial available to the public. What's more, our FREE phone calls, call us collect, YU lot 1

& Residential terms are realistic planned with your 2-5831
t II Fo Clewisto .. N
>
I None Too Large or Small budget in mind. See us first for your loan. z; ,
We
will
pick up and deliver. bIIs
Boots Guides Gas Ice FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTONP
DOUBLE A ROOFING COMPANYBonded Fishing Tackle Supplies IsIs

Insured 1,, Y1) 245001 Clewiston, Fla. VAN COTHERN'S Isw
Johnson'sFishing '
atBVEY LARRY ABRINGTON
a.... S, Bos 4 Moore Haven, na.Pia. .
a ... WBISOS Camp LOW BANK RATES Custom Furniture and Upholstery
1 (Clewiston Residents Call Collect: ) 'Cwbton. Flo,
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