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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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It1 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 29 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY, Return Postage Guaranteed Sec !


r FARMERS FORM 4-Lanes Open" Now I .

To Moore6 Haven School Board Asks Release '

,
RADIO COOPA
US 27 .U now opened In all

.,j1pz four lanes from Clewlston to '

: group of farmers and ranchers Moore Haven (following an extended : From Support of Jr. CollegesThe
t t In the Clewiston area have period of constructing .
r formed a sort of communicationscoop the west or south bound lance
to handle their divided bixhwiy.
messagesfrom of the
writer maintenance of 105 school- The board authorized the superintendent *
field and ranches far from Hendry board of public Instruction '
telephone service, using a short Nearing completion .is the reviewed its financial: situation owned typewriters. In the countyfor to accept the lowest
wave radio hook-up, with tower In portion of t-aa.hlrhw" from and did some belt-tighten $950 plus cost of parts. quotations on light bulbs,' magazines -
Dan Sullivan's office on Central Clewlston east vto Bare Be.ch.and log to meet the demands of its Tropical Exterminators of Fort furniture & equipment
Avenue. contract) have been let schools, at a special and a regular. Myers was given contract at $215 classroom supplies physical edu-

Sullivan saw the need for communications for continuing (fhe< 4-lanlng an meeting Thursday for services at all school librariesand cation supplies, and janitorial

In !the South Hendry the way to Lakji, Harbor. In the morning a lped.leelsionw.s lunchrooms in the county: supplies

county area, where he lives 'and held to review legislative action -- Chairman Spratt reported that Mr Bible reported satisfactory,
addition to the
the
schools' and to progress on
to
Is engaged In pertaining
7 contracting businessand revealed schools and the board discussed
Maddox,1obles schedule and other -
In cane growing Joining with, work on a salary .
him In the expense of the radio items. The state-granted in- ership of one acre of land in a the need for moving old equipment

hook-up and In its services are Win In LaBelle creases of $330 across the board tract recently purchased by J. M. or purchasing new equip.
Bass Cattle Co., Dr Charles Reid was added. to each teachers' pay Harris;-the board believed the site ment for the new home economicsrooms
.
4o14nh1'4 veterinarian. Glen Neal RIB Sugar W. T. Maddoaf was reelected in the proposed budget and some to be old Denaud school! location in LaBelle and dewiston.Mr
Corp., Delta Ranch and S&S mayor of LaBelle Tuesday and L. adjustments in the salary schedulewere and authorized, Spratt to determine .- Bible reported that a driver at
Ranch. J. Nobles ,Jr., Incumbent was re- made. its ownership and to bring a proposal education program is underway
Each of the seven members of elected as commsslloner A third The board members ponderedthe for its sale to Harris at the Harlem as part of the school'ssummer

!the group has a mobile unit In his seat is Undecided between Archie position qf the local schools in next board meeting, if possible. program. Annie Biggs ;.
car, or truck which will give him Ward, LaBelle furniture dealer relation to the Community College The amount allowed per diem was approved to transport Daniels
Instantaneous communications with and R. B. Waldron Incumbent with program Supt J, Homer Bible reported for travel outside the county was. School children to Harlem three
the office In Clewlston. Ward leading 87 to 75, and 22 absentee that only seven full-time raised to $14. per day and out of time weekly to take. part in the
MEETS BEAUTY at Clewlston reception for Miss Unlnt > ballots to be courted: when students attended Edison Junior state to 117 per day: (Continued on Page Eight\ )
Contestants. Miss Connie Johns, Seminole Indian Princess, The office will be staffed from The to the I
College this cost
the votes are canvassed. Canvassing year
MiiMts with Chief Billy Oseeola of the Seminole Tribe, Miss Sam. till 5:30: p.m. each day: and scheduled for last night board of its support to the Community :;
Yoder of Lane 11m, South Carolina who I I. Miss South radio and telephone combination was Bids Pro : : i
peWs after this issue was printed. College program was $8- City Holds on Shop : I I
Cmlini and Carroll Benson owner of the Old South Bar-B-Q will give communications to the Maddox former'' sheriff and well- 200. Board members felt this money '

luck who was Instrumental In arranging the stopover in Clewfe- members of the co-op wherever known throughouf'the area, defeated was, out of proportion to the I

.Yes -STAFF PHOTO. they wish. Cllnotn P. Gauldtng 107 to 56, number of students attending the Fogging 'Machine for Aug. 5 'Meet "I 1 I

The radio license was obtained and Nobles defeated W. T. Tom college.A I '

by Mr. Sullivan from Federal Communications Hull. Jr., 112 to 47. resolution to the State Board The City Commlslon opened bids deduct $2.859; No. deduct $840.00. r

Gerber Reveals Plans mit to erect Commission the tower was and given per- Maddox has completed two two- of Education was adopted, asking\ I for construction' of a''pro shop at Alternate No. 1 is to Install

by the Federal Aviation Agency.: :year terms, and;.Nobles; was appointed I that it consider release of Hendry. the Golf Course. and for purchase metal lockers Instead of.wood lockers I

The radio ranges 4 Oto 90 miles and during t the past two :year county: from further financial contributions mosquito fogging machines called for in the plans t ,alter II
term to fill a the com-! as a participating member Is terrazo floors throughout I
has picked from TO vacancy on i At the special meeting Monday nate No. 2, \
up messages mission. Waldron,," is his of the Community Junior College and, cermaio
miles away. .serving the'' following bids were receivedon Instead of vilyn i
Of f second two-year: term. program starting with the floors (except: showers which are ..
Development The radio is licensed for 12 mobile ( the, pro shop; II
or 1963-64 fiscal year The resolution No., S, eliminates
Fort ceramic) Alternate
units and the service will be Gossett, Construction Co.?, ; II
stated that the board felt the
mon Alternate
"
stone wall and planter; -
available for five additional members Novemb&ElectionList Lauderdale, 33969. alternate ,No. ,
ey was urgently needed la the No. 4 deletes golf bag star*-. ,
to join the communications: No. 2, deduct ,
1, deduct $1,413 !
grades 1 to 11 program in the '
coop which: is the first of its kindIn Is PreparedA ; board $379.50; NO: deduct $387.; No. 4 age racks? !
schools and that the
county Childa ''
time ,bid
Citrus Construction
30,000 Acres the area.Sugar. deduct$525.Kennedy !
list of who will be
freeholders will pay: the additional tuition for Co Riviera and:,,Gross\:90 days( : Gossett;100; :
Construction ,
eligible to in the November "4
participate any student as a nonparticipatingcounty Kennedy .11 J? *nd'Rome*. :1201 r'.. ,
S election fn Hendry county in either Edison or Palm Beach $37,373; alternate No. members of the:com*. .
J Idwvd Gerber of Indianapolis duce nearly as much. if not as Production .is being prepared in the offices Beach Junior College deduct' \$1,921;; No 2, deduct seas; Only Ute :and :Mayor I I
mission were) present;
fiat Fort Lauderdale, revealed I. much as the ridge section" said ,of Supervisor of Registration John The superintendent reportedthat No. 3; deduct $1,900; No.' 4 deduct i Leon Bembry explaned that all t !

Ipto lot development of a huge the developer. Hall and Tax: Collector A. O. i quotations on several items of J "
I $620.Romer bids were above the amount earmarked .
fctnii era on approximately 30,000 I :The property involved .is located Cost-Study Made Ward I supplies and equipment had been' Construction Belle Glade by the city; and, decision
are ot Hendry County, land which by traveling eight miles south of The special state 'Wide election received. Dan McCarthy'. low: $37,840:; alternate No. I, deduct the bids would be held until the! ton

i recently purchased on contract LaBelle On SR 29, turning east on Rlx I t: coat,accountants from the will have three Issue* on the bat quotation of 1,372 for a 5 ton air $1,700; No.2,deduct$400; No. 3, de- August 5th meeting. :"1 .
i lot ud Marlin Billiard. The the Sears road for 3ft miles. This Iot.\ oil conditioning: unit for the remodeled duet ".SIIO. No. 4, deduct, $850. \ i{ r
U.' S. Department of Agriculture ( Plans for the pro shop were pre- ,r w :
( AuthorizlngVtate:: bonds for I
(1))
i heralded as one of the largI is the Southwest corner,of the L. inside! classroom at Clew rton Qdda CaatriactbqCo. 131,156;
I
in Clrwttton $
Washington are for a parPdby.'t' ;
I la recent years, was handled I shaped tract and k. the point,. financing:\ the !.| Mrttrtlcipati0nla '
Jtxaskf of Howarth Lf Lewis; architects324 '
stayr Jaakfcg '
,rfnte HoIt.Fort Myers: attor-: ,the..4vrtopmeMHvfeftrhM started: dIe costs of production* study In o si natioMR. o secru Other bids "Were Brown's $1,893;' 2,, add $700,.No., 34educt. $1,900' ;; Royal Palm ,Way Palm -Beach, f. ',,, : '" I'''
GIllie firm Henderson, Frank* 'Four large house trailers provide the Florida sugar Non and natural conservation -, Redlsh $1,675 and Lake Appliance No. .4, deduct $400. Florida t'
producing .
sugar area. .
Sttmei and program. turoe. I $1,900.Reliable R. J. Gross Construction Co, r I
.I i. Holt representing office tad other quartets needed .
machine
George Rlppel in charge of the Bids on a new fogging
( )
(1) Proposing to
Co. of nee
iHffliards and John Jacobsen, the site. Typewriter $40,400; alternate No.1. deduct .
on Job which includes Peter And- also opened at' the special
I tu firm, McCune !!Hawn.and group Art XXI of the constitution, authorizing -.' was given the contract for type; $2,538; No. 2, deduct $339; No. 3 were
The tract U at elevation 30. and (lano Harry; B Mover, W. Herbert the issuance of bonds for meeting Monday afternoon. Bid 1
i Ferris Fort Lauderdale the water in die Caloosahatchee Long. Frank D. Smith and capital outlay at, institutions of ders. amounts bid- and size ,of. \

tDI! [ Gerber. i River six miles away, .Is now at Donald Riley. higher learning la Junior Collegesand machine were as'follows: .
| Had of the 30.000 acres has good elevation 4, said Gerber which The group will compile figures certain Vocational technical Bembry Jones QualifyFor J Perry, :Ft Lauderdale, ''tE III
i Umber which will be bar makes possible gravity drainage on which Sugar Act payments will schools and pledging certain tax Dynafog, delivered. "and installed,- : '
I ud sold for pulpwood. The for the water which wffl be controlled be based and which will abo be funds In payment 120 gaL per hour $1.395;' 50 gaL I

1300-icrt tract has been clear- by canals and pumps in regular be used in figuring the contract ((3)) Provd1rillor the Governor per hour $995; and 40 gaL per hour .
I lid u now being ditched andl4)lred pattern through the tract price of sugar producers with the and Cabinet to be elected in 1964 ReElectiona $695. ,
/ ) i for planting of citrus. Mr Gerber will start in September mill processors. general election ,for a two ;year City Lowndes Engineering Co., Valdosta I

states that he has 500,000 placing the trees in the ground. The study is involved with all term and in the 1966 and subsequent Ga, 40 gaL per hour Lecko I I I ,

i in t nursery in Lake Placid, Rough lemon and Cleopatra root costs of sugar production: -from elections: for 4-year; term. '81OSU4; 100 gaL per hour. $1,689 j I I
1 expert to have 4.000 acres inwbjr (Continued on Page Eight) establishing new fields through Leon'' Bembry and T. H. Jones person to vote in the city; elections I' 80. : ,
,
!the end of 1964. field Jr., ;yesterday stated they will A separate registration is It
cost
per acre with productionand : Danco Products, Temple Terrace $
[lime 20 men most of them local sugar content, and cost of pro- City Is Richer qualify as candidates for reelection required. The books are open for 40 gal. per hour Lecko $985;' .
now I as city commissioners in the registration during office hour at
employed on the project Don't Look cessing. For 100 gaL per hour 1650.
TaxThe
*!the number will Increase with Cigaret city election to be held September the City; Hall each day, and will Southern Mill Creek Products

pnpesi of the work, said Gen Sun in EclipseDo City of Clewiston has received -3. Fred C. Sikes the third incumbent close on August 5th until after Co, Tampa 40 TIFA Fog Applicator '
Honors whose term expires, left his the September 3 election
Awarded 13,1164.36 as clgaret tax collected 40 gaL per hour $1,865; 100 .
|tile election of the Hilllard land not look at the eclipse of on retail sale of daretllnthe qualification papers on file when gaL per hour TIFA fog applicator .
Berber's two year search forT the son en Saturday, or your Bonnie Fay JohnsonMrs. city; limits during the monthof he went on vacation and is alsoa $1,865 and demonstrator, 40 gal. t

large tract of available eyes may be greatly damaged Bonnie Fay Johnson, May and returned to the state candidate.Mrs. Ladies Night per hour $1,165, allow $275 on old
!IMO In South Florida. After these warship are being em- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foy office in June. Richard B. Keating, Sarah Fountain who fated machine.

'lllmDeel with citrus anDo phasised by an sight conservation Durrence was graduated with director of the State Beverage Department In an earlier try for a commission Gets Rain Check The commission referred the bids ,

Gerber narrowed the areas agencies to the state. honors at the University; of Florida reported the figures. seat, filed her qualification to the Mosquito Control Board for
*** he recently receiving the Bachelor of Collected In the state was $3.- papers as a candidate before leanIng Woody Carruthers assistant dlr-I !r
was Interested to study and recommendation and
-Fort ?! 'The eclipse will be visible Arts degree. Mrs Johnson was an 141,44372; of this amount $91661274 ,- on a vacation trip to Alaska. ector of the Clewlston Recreation ,
area, Indiantown and from Florida, but looking at the and is deadline for cand- announced Wednesday will make a decision on the award I I tat
JitH1 English major accredited went to the state general The filing as a Department -
** are few tracts eclipse, even thronih shaded to teach English and Latin fund, and the remaining $2,224, idate is next Tuesday July 23 : that the Ladles Night originally the August 5 meeting.JEAtTY ,:
I** suitable for large of glasses, exposed: film eto., can Mr*. Johnson's academic standing 830.98 went to the cities in which No other candidates had filed at scheduled for Tuesday, was
GIe state I citrus "available cause Irreparable damage to has been high during her entire the sales were made city nail when the News went to rained out and that (the date had
learned. Gerber See Doll Exhibit
year eyes. Tea will feel no pan four :years of college. Duringher LaBelle received 81,660.17. and press :yesterday, although city deputy been reset for next Tuesday July I
Ij 4ecla at_the time, sw beware first two years she was Moore Haven received $763.42. ; clerk Mrs. J. T Webb said 23rd. I
n to
land purchase the H11- placed on the detui list for high Cities will receive one more distribution two other blanks for filing had A door 'prize will be given to a Next f:
war inadw oly after U want to see" the ecc8rlf Thursday '
wfott with yea with academic'achievement.. : of the tax at the old rate. been requested and delivered. lucky person which has been donated r rA
box a
kind ef :
""*, who leading assured citrus a*> np some hole for light to eomeUIroaa'h. In the upper division she was July first; sale and all thereafterare City; residents who qualify as voters by Glddens Furniture Co.Tuesday Doll Show will be sponsored
Gerber
the Iand fe suitable pinpoint. Instead, a round awarded a president'* citation for at the new rate of eight cents may register at the City; Hall night swimming. has by the Clewiston Recreation De- 'I

s5 tluce lmportant.aapects.for cltrui. of litht yon will 1M a circle c distinguished academic achievement tax instead of five ants The legislature I until August 5th.Registration been set aside for adult swimming partment, next Thursday, at the) ..

drbage and climate. Gerber spot of light "eclIp d" by soother an honor going onto! students voted the raise effective in the county, registration and couples are Invited to use the Youth"Center, ,where the display .

of reports of the US. object. And year eyes will making high grades. July first books DOES NOT qualify; pool on particular night will be open'' to the public from '/

04 06 me Servioe ainee" 190 be safe.ACL. .7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
tee that Hendry Bounty Dons may be registered at the)
had never suffered from Fish Fry PlannedBy Center from 9 aon. till noon and ',

"7be ridge section has the Announces from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Anyone: ) in 1 '
production "cord of VFW Post 4185 the ) may enter their dolls lathe
+nr tree io Florida any exhibit and will receive a numbered : I
and I have I'I'cJt
Freight '
euured by Daily The Hawklns-Klrk-Gordon Post stub as receipt in order '
I'wiomsits and r M No. 4185 of the Veterans of Foreign '
n that Uus land .,L ; that there will be no mixup In own-
can proMail Truck RouteW. Y+r Wars this week announced plans ershlp. .
for a fish fry to be held at the Dolls will be grouped under the i 1

Route w Perry. railway express: Post Home on Saturday, July 27.) following divisions;' said Gene Tuti i '
Coast Line Tickets: are now' available for, let
agent for the Atlantic recreation, director; I I'':
railroad has announced the Initiation $125 donations, with children under Bride dolls; ,,Rag. dolls.. Homemade 1
Needs Patrons of dally truck freight service 12 free. dolls; Character dolls FashIon 1,
for dewiston. Door prizes will be awarded and dolls Talking dolls: Foreign I..'
The route was established Monday residents are asked to make plans dolls; and stuffed animals. I \\ r,

-r ftslclewata ol the _tit and gives dewlston the equiv '. to attend festivities This is the second: annual dty-, :I'' ,t

tbrte.etlllltl...... area Star by I alent service it received when the s)1 Wide doll show, sponsored by the \' !
k utteet to I':
train was making dally trips department Last year's show was .e
'-IIaentce to B" Cypreee Oewiston some years ago. + ) Smith OpensUpholstery considered an outstanding success '

ai4Ne are using the fa- According to Perry, the truck L ta and should be eqaalled this year. ':
b, Wa route, leaves West Palm Beach each Shop ,f

I*. S-. Bias of. Clew. morning at 9:00: ajn., arriving a&
I Bus week arrivesIn Harrell Smith native of Live %
Clewlston at 11 a.m. and a I
..Q. r..JoIuIsoa II carrier Fort Myers at 1:10.: pjn. The !R Oak, has opened a furniture'' and + WLUh1ii(
cross-state service make a auto trim upholstery shop in the
new
.
It.. delivery In&erN&II round trip each day and serves y Espenlaub Building at 849 East
IhoaJd so the wale. Moore Haven on the afternoon or 9 WAN Sugarland Highway: under the Date Hal: Miss BI '
baT ***** name of Artcraft
be5 eastward trip. Upholster. July 10 93 70 -
h"hhst'nd con tact Mr. On the return trip the truckleaves ESTIMATED CROWD OF TQEEE HUNDRED for the contort this week The visiting contestants. Smith,has owned and operated July 11 93 71 T t4 4
1Ir" 'lf' tmas- Fort Myers at 3:00'' p.m., area resident were ea hand to officially were exceptionally: friendly aad gave freely ef a similar shop in Live Oak: and July 12 91 7J> .03

weans.ka arrives Clewlston at 4:45 and West met the 11 Ml Universe Contestant during their smiles for camera fans and anto-raphs. presently! .is a partner in a shop July 13 ........ 93 70 .01 u '

"'IItaUoa 1 a& Big Cy.rrbsb Palm Beach at ':45. North and their visit to ClewUton last Thursday afternoon. The 8egarland'Band played mule throughout in Adel"Gs.( He has a great deal July 14 .......r.. n 70 f
.a Cysq South freight connections are madeIn Aeeerdiag to see ef the contestant. chaperones., their vtolt and the Old Booth Management pro of experience In custom upholstery' July 15 ,_ __ 10 70' _

.k,.;;;: yJimmte. there, II both Fort Myers and West Palm Oewbton's was one of the largest reception riv vided refreshments for the tear group. for sports can and will specialize July 18 ,.. ........ 93 74 _' t
w tile ea the greap enrwite from New York to Miami -OTAFT PHOTO. in the field. '
offb Beach, Ferry said. July 11 93( 72 .5111



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Page Taro THE CEWISTON NEWS C.ewiatoll! J'1a. .'_' _"_,,,_ _'.,_ day afternoon enroutf to Fort I Camp Shelby Miss., visited friends Cancer rates have risen 73 percent among
Thursday, July 18, 196JP derdal where he Lau-1(In Clewiston during his leave. Lung men and 18 percent among ,"0111.
I accorUng to Dr.
home.. I.
e Sonny Sez 1 national president of theS1
Herb was quite fascinated with' TEN TEARS AGO Death Rate can Cancer Society.
The Clewiston News the "Old South" and visited quite (From Clewbton News Pancrealle
cancer and leukemia
_.m ''IIIII"mSteve awhile with Carroll Benson regarding July It. 1953) in ,

Bell, who is helping put the acquisition of the many The Ground Observer Corps set 73% have also Increased and the t.2
;" i "Devoted to the advancement and welfare" of Clewiston Clewiston on the swimming map, I relics on hand. Shriner is undertaking up observation post on the rooftopat Rises sons mined.for However this have Dr.not been few

and Hendry County. also figured in a rather unique a similar project "back homein Lakeside Manor. L. V. Bybee out last Ravdln PoInt
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, dewiston. baseball situation one night last I Indiana" and recently purchased was Post Commander. A test alert How cancer: death rates have year alone some t .900 :
Florida, by The dewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. week. Steve scored six runs for an old steam sawmill which was called at 5:30: a,m. and found decreased In tome types of cancer cancer patients, who might! have '
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1127, at the Post the Lions team and was never "of-i he is going 'to put into operation at the volunteers ready to man the but Increased in others, is died had they developed toT. I
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March I, ficially" at bat. He walked five' his attraction. post for the entire 24 hours period. told In a condensed report issued ere 10 years ago, are livint fcL l
1879. times and was hit with a pitch the I Another traveler asked if he Bill Wall, West Palm Beach by the Florida Division of the day. This is an '
lATIONAl EDITORIAL sixth time-scoring each time he might take a picture of Shriner and businessman, well known in Clew American Cancer Society hd side of cancer, he ,.idS:
ottID got on base.Clewiston. his wife that Is your wife the iston, was elected Esteemed Loyal Since 1930: United States death strengthens the belief that in the
|ASfbcgTlgN{ -sa- gentlemen asked isn't it "Oneof Knight of the Grand Lodge Con- rates from cancer of the stomachand foreseeable future, more lives CIII
: cancer of the uterus have declined be saved and eventually
P.O.E.
received a large portion them, Herb quipped. I vention of a cube wn
C of "national" advertising last The Shriner boys Will and Ken, ;Mrs. U. T. Koch returned froma about one-third. But against found if everyone keepS wwt.
I BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher U MiMIU y week as the visit by Miss Universe spent a great deal of time examining vacation stay in Martha's Vineyard this retreat lung cancer death log on this health problem.

S. H. STALLS Managing Editor C G) Boot Boil and had a ball sliding Mass accompanied by her -
.I1gr10
", C. several on the old syrup kettle. Indy, daughter, Mrs. Foster Crampton,
Subscription Rates .......... 1400 per year ,\
number of TV stations. Jack Fry the teenage daughter, was the least of Lakeland
(Return Postage Guaranteed) and his "Okeechobee Fish Fry" impressed and along with her mother The John D. Clark family; vaca-
,"\ Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 also received big time billing In was ready to continue to tioned in Colorado.Mrs. .
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves the All Florida magazine, whichis 'Lauderdale long before Herb got Melvin Pape and her cousin -
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! included in a number of large the history on ,the scenery. Mrs. Dean Turner of Fort ..
WB NEWS anumei no pomibllltr for the return of uniollolUAninutcrlpti vacation in Ashe- Peach
Myers spent a pies
o dally papers.A I go fast
THB NEWS a :um.i no IntncUl rtiponilbllltr for typographical vllle, NC.
rrori or ommluloni In adr.rtl_m.nt but It notified of lush rrori b.- crowd of several hundred people NNNNt / Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Codbey made withDIXIE
tore the nut loous of th. paper will r.prlnt oorrcctly that part of the were on hand from the Glade-
.dY.rtlamnt In which the orror occurred. In the .r.nt a tlmt dement visited their daughter, Mrs. Roy
would render th* correction ...lu.1..., the N.w. will reduce the price Hendry area due to the advance t It's History Now f Grandstaff. and her husband in ,
of the adYertUernent by an amount equal to the pvrcentare of the total publicity in the Clewiston News, r
the omitted AFB, Puerto Rico.
pao M erroneoiu or copy r.prllftnt.cL( Barney
Moore Haven and LaBelle papers.A CRYSTALSlAre !
:Miami Herald correspondeni: )

I Community Colleges Suffer traveling that: this with was the the contestants"largest welcome noted (THIRTY From ClewUtoo TEARS News AGO FULLER'S FOLLIES

1 Hendry county has followed the lead of Glades County in extended since she joined the Lee and July Hendry 14,- 1933)counties) sent

It requesting permission from the State Board of Education to tour in South Carolina, on Tues delegations to ask the U.S. Engineers By AL FULLER
withdraw financial support of the EdIson Junior College at Fort! day.
Clewiston's hospitality was at its to start the federal project Italy In the secluded: Alpine
I. Myers, and the reason for the action is the same in both In best, with the Sugarland Band work along th* Caloosahatchee: areas there's a small bus which .._
stances. I river. To date all work has been A
remote
from the
across people
playing as the girls paraded transports
The money which these counties contributed to the program the stage. After smiling for numerous concentrated on Lake Okeechobee.Max villages.
last year was out of proportion to the number of local students camera fans, the girls were Arnold readied the Clewis- Olen the seats are filled and
who enrolled, and the money is urgently needed to continue feted with "sodas" in the Old ton! Fish Company's equipmentfor some passengers have 'to ride on

!, the upgrading of the schools at the grades one to twelve level, South though some never hada a season of commercial fishingon top where freight is carried.
.
which the school boards righty feel is their prime responsibility.Last chance to enjoy !them. Men, women Lake Okeechobee.J. On one trip recently, the first

year Hendry county contributed $8,290 for seven full and children alike crowdedinto tion. of F.a Tlppey frame started bungalow construc-at Arcade man to climb on top; spied!. a coffin You 65 or Over?
the restaurant seeking autographs being carried to another vil
rl time students at Edison, and Glades contributed $2,384 for two and Ponce de Leon for Mr. ,
on everything from scratch lage. He thought it would be much
full time students. The average of the two counties combined and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence.
"fl Is $1,194 per student This is about ten times the benefit each paper[ 'to "borrowed" menus. The Betty Spicer went to the World's more comfortable lying dn the casket ENROLL NOW for accident and sickness in.
twelve (thirteen of the original than bouncing around sitting on
,
student received. Had the been fair with Girl Scouts
counties of
not participating In a
r group
from the tour in climbed in, shut
group dropped he rack. Sn he in Continental Casualty's new Golden 65
the Junior College each student would have less from Fort Myers. surance
i' program, paid Washington and flew directly to ithe lid and promptly fell asleep.
Mrs. W, D. Tldwell and children
than $100 additional tuition. Miami contestants were very cooperative About and hour later the bus Program
Each of the counties in their resolutions to be allowed left to spend a vacation with relatives .
requesting and signed everythingput had made other stops and more'

to,withdraw from the financial support! of the junior college In front of them and graciously Mra.in O.Tampa.B. Thomas was elected riders had climbed atop. Suddenlythe ; Present enrollment ends July ,31st For additional
I program, has also expressed the desire to pay the addi- smiled for the many camera fans, man In the coffin was Jolted
president the Ladles Aid Society.
tional tuition for any county student In the junior college, so no while a still larger group of spectators awake by severe bounce from a information contactBeardsleyNash
l local student will be penalized financially by the county'swithdrawal. peered in from outside. deep hole in the road.
-es- He threw' open the lid sat upright

The problem which is presented by these two small coun- Jack Fry, who Is frequently. referred TWENTY TEAM AGO and cried out "What happened '
to as Mr. Chamber of Com (Them Clewistoa Newt !I"Most
ties is a state-wide one, and should receive proper attention.
t merce, was featured In a three the tfartled
July 18. 1141)M. ) of passengerson
Small though the amount of $10,644 (which Glades and Hendry
pale spread In the All Florida E. Von Mach resigned as top Immediately Jumped from
contributed) is compared with the total cost of Edison
operation
Magazine with his preparation of a personnel director for U.S. Sugar I the speeding bus.
Junior College must need the money or it would not have been typical "Okeechobee" dinner Corp. Doctors reported there were numerous

requested in the first place. catfish and hushpuppies. The Hookers Point Canning Unit broken bones and bruises. Insurance AgencyPhone
(Hendry county had an additional 10 full time students who Fry, was assisted in the special under the direction of MIL Dorothy e e

> enrolled and completed the year at Palm Beach Junior College i meal by his wife, Mary, Dick and Lowe with M. H. Sharpe as San Antonio Texas Arch Me- YU 2-7501 Clew ton
ri' near Lake Worth. The geographical factor enters into the selection Pat Baker, Ruby McIntyre' and, supervisor, completed canning\ of Askill owns a two-headed steer

I' of a Junior college, but even the 17 Junior College students Carroll Benson with Ocgg and vegetables and la now canning that has two mouths, four nostrils, (Office closed Saturdays till further notice)
I' ( ''i would not, In direct tuition return, justify the $8,290 which house Hook filling in.M props meaUEveryonJii ih* jprnraunlty, two sets of horns and tore eyes. ,
Hendry paid for support of Edison Junior College.) Fry Is ODe of the many "noted is Invited to we these facilities. It is valued at JJO.OOO.) ii .-f.c oJ'

I I The school boards of the small counties may, and most of cook. In Clewiston and Is usuallyon This was a war time measure for WeD I've got that beat a mile.
hand when there is food to be
conserving food. According to my wife and mother-
them are In complete accord with the Community College
program prepared for a large crowd. Mrs. G. H. Brown and Mrs. in-law, I don't have a head on my o eM
and hope to it and If not in
see grow prosper. they were -_ Carl Johnson were hostesses at shoulders, am all thumbs 'have
a precarious financial situation, battling to keep their elemen The amount of advance warningin Mothers Club meeting at the Community ''I four club feet and am also all
tary junior and senior high schools supplied with enough regard to watching the eclipse Church. itomach.

r r teachers, classrooms, plants and equipment to keep up with is frightening. Being humans, we Mrs. Walter Purdon, a secretaryat : Valuation? They'd probably PAYa
the growth and demands of their own population, they would are going to be tempted to steala Riddle Field, resigned and left tidy sum to have me hauled
not hedge at contributing the sum asked for the Junior College glance while it is in the process to Join her husband in California, away
program how we are going to keep where the Army stationed him. .
children with their natural Instinctto Harriet Alston visited her sister Washington- The latest story

try everything forbidden, Is also Mrs. Walter Jenkins, at Fort going around about the That Family
A Good Legislative IdeaOne going to be quite a problem. According Myers Beach. : The Kennedy. clan was flying: t
to experts: smoked glass Cpt. and Mrs. Pete Chagaris of over the country. As they passed
of the little-publicized acts of the recent Florida legislature welders goggle sand helmets, etc, over Ole Miss, President Kennedysaid 4 y yN
was the adoption of a "memorial", which has since been are no good and will not give pro h* would drop a tlO bill from
presented to the U.S. Congress by Senator Spessard Holland. tection. However three thicknesses. PIZZA the plane and make somebody
The memorial, which was referred to the committee on finance of cxpossed blank film will do the happy.
s i stated that while states are seeking means to finance job or else watch a reflection Jackie said to make It two fives,
." white carboard Is OK. Sugarland Pharmacy
on which would make two people
M' educational systems, "the problem of federal aid to education
_
has been debated for number of without noticeable happy. And Carolyn; suggested tenone's
I 1 I", a years Comedian Herb Shriner and his YU 2-3311
to make ten people happy.
adoption progress towards resolution of the divisions which prevent its family stopped by Old South Mon.r Suddenly little John had a bright '4

Idea. "Throw out Unkle Bobby and
', I The memorial then suggested that the issue be resolved by make EVERYBODY happy
( the Congress taking appropriate steps "to relinquish to each iIn .

:, state, in addition to present grants, an amount equivalent to T Miami Beach Pitiful sign on
',' ; five percent of the Income taxes collected within the state for lifeguard's chair: "Swimmers,

the purpose of education." P LEA S E be carefuL I hate

; Sounds like a very sensible suggestion. It would resolve water S O much!" IN.. FLORIDA
1\ ," .; the problem of the federal government controlling the schools. s e e

I :. f. The money would be on a pro rota basis, which seems fair, Palo Alto, Calif Th* Nation ,BEER 'IS A NATURAL
and would be left to the decision of the states themselves as to C' al Pickle Packers Assn. had their

I how it should be spent. FAA annual They meeting had a wonderful few weeks ago. ..'rom nature's tight.grain cornea sparkling" light beef...
/FA a dinner
f In fact, it sounds so sensible, we doubt If it will receive L7FOIY And what was the desert? What '.Florida's traditional beverage of modtretiOll ...It' light

I much consideration in Congress.CIJ.ANSWEI.P. SPEND YOUR VACATION IN else! Dill Pickle let cream! sparkling! dtUcJou

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t 1} the more than m,1120,135 It contributes In taxes to the state
:, \ Ivery >ee>fcer el the. family will e..|.y lake 14000 RINTAl UNITS | 'of Florida each that helps support our
I ,. year..money
; Weds o.hl.edh, 5.15 e.d teed welse SW,
ln(, pueklpel pier eceen md peel col..Ing I LOW RATES schools, our hospitals, and our roads In Florida, bear'belongs
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Trophies Await t Best Dressed, Frank Rudd, "Pie I|I CewlalioQ, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pate ThrHI
I rt." I Thursday July 18, 1963
1tR Cat Division& I .1 I

Midget Champs ,, Best Cared for Mark Brandon, '
"Sammy"; Most Beautiful. Kim NOTICE'
the 000 certificates have been issued Schemer "Pepper"; Best Grommed
At a special JSW all- to secondary schools in 47 Diane Crawford: "Ptrinc"
Of the V
fidget )Lea; rue of the Summer 50 states. 1 i1 } Best Behaved, Pete McLeod "Star-

reD HaJJ, director it was decidedtropbJes Florida ranks fifth! in the ten dust"; Oldest, Robert FWdw'Fred" Closing TemporarilyAll
Baseball program to the winner ofIbe states in percentage qualifying top; ; Best Dressed ._..........-...
10 sward-m/.r Midget League, tndi second In qualifying pupils, and 'Fuzzy";" Smallest Lisa Brown,, Watch Repairs Must Be
second in "Sharon.
schools
batting participating
yjdual individual with highest pitcher with pe cording to figures released! ae-by Miscellaneous DIvUlon Picked Up By Saturday, August 3
et and one to Nagy. Best Cared for, Terrell Fielder,
record
best r woa-lo8t improved> team during Florida Schools receiving special o "Raccoon"; Most Unusual Mark BERT TURNER, WatchmakerSugar
Ibe wt mention were Quincy High 4 ? dark, "Gator Heney";; Most Unusual '
die program Clewlat.. D News will School for perfect scores; Cypress Fish, Jean Gray Ellington, Mill Road
TIle Championship Ira Lake Junior High School Ft. My "Minnow"; Oldest, Bobby Pearce,
li !award T. Parkinson the will give thehsmplonshlp era and Our Lady of Lourdes, Melbourne Turtle, "JFK";; Largest, Emily
p6y; trophy; with better than 90 percent p IIht Beatty "Raccoon"; Smallest, David
III jaunt the best pitcher success Mllles, Hamster, "Whiskers.1The Seethe
L Thrifty Drug WOWY will assistance of John Corbin,
troPh1 and most ladle Improved tro- who cosponsored the Pet Show, New 50 x 10 MARLETIE
award the Midget League and Mrs. Ruin O'Neal. Warren
the league managersdeehUnf l Center Kitchen 2 Bedroom
M,with French, Rev. Henry Ford and Rev. ,
III Richard O. Knight, who served as
diacuaaed at the Box Score .
matters e .
Otter Judges, was greatly appreciated, Only $4,195.00Includes
It
netting Included making op- LEAGUE STANDINGS by the staff of the dewlstun Recreation
for team coaches to playel
tonal should the boys be Team W L ret COMBINED COLOR GUARD *f the American legion and the Veterans Department
t year old Lions ..,... .,.., delivery and set
of being hurL League 2 0 1.000 el Frelfa Wars presented ...Ion during the evening ceremonies up. .
fc danger boy Lellon 2 0 1.000 el the Summer Baseball Pro tram. Left te right Boss La- On Display at ""
fa necessitate in every the over Kiwanis .. ..., 1 1 .500 Brer Albert Rogers M. C. Doke, Doug Pearcy and Dave Stockman Central PlaygroundBike
I ptrUclpating. made game.of Individ- Elks 1 1 .500 stand at home plate Immediately followtnr the playing Star CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc.
Mention was vrw .. ..., STAFF Day FridayFriday
influence of bev- .M.- 0 2 .000 Spangled Banner by the Sngarland Ban*- PHOTO. ,
the
mi "under" SMt1 .... ... .... 0 2 .000 u.s. 17. CLEW1STON TTJ teal
In
elle making appearances will be Bike Day at Cen-
tile dugout and around teams. 'l'hil RESULTS WEEK JULY bay "Stars" To Have Physical,Fitness tral Playground. There will be special
liD not be tolerated according to Lions 28, Elks 2 I events for boys and girls with

gu director. Legion t', Shill & Special ShirtsThe Results 'Noted their bicycles on this day
ne teaches were la com- Kiwanis 16, VFW 9 On the schedule, starting at 10
eta. ureement that "raising Lions 36. SMU 2 Midget League All-Stars will Standings of the fourth week of a.m. are Slow Poke Race; sprints; Under New Management e
at talking .e players" was a Elks 17, VFW 13 have special shirts this yea the Physical Fitness Tests as an- obstacle course, and similar com
,.n"baseball and that plsy.tn Legion 10 nounced br Director Eugene Fuller petition.
Klwanls 2 thanks to Jim Matthews, representative
niches and Individuals of the Florid Culvert art as follows:
should not be ert lied THIS WEEK SCHEDULE Sugarland Roller Rink
M doing and Manufacturing, Inc. Age group 6-7. Matthew Prewitt, ,
y elhen. Friday July 19- Matthews to an avid baseball and Jallnda Davis; 8-9. Mike Davis ENLISTS IN NAVY
Hall also told the managers that VFW vi Legion Ian and seldom misses a game of and Kim Murphy; 10-11( Keith Carrol W Redlsh Jr. aDd MikeBrantley ;1 1I I
donations taken at the games the SMU vi Elks the summer recreation program Carter and Gretchen Bryan; 12-13 are leaving today for duty (Formerly Em's Rollerland)
ant week had totaled 19.19 and Monday, July 22- He recently asked director Buren Jerry Weaver and Judy Brantley; In the United States Navy. They !
officials had 'cost $13.- Lions will go to Great Lakes Naval
Hut vs Legion
game Jail what he could do to assist in 14-11. Bobby Hare; lt-18, Bruce
00. Kiwanis vs Elks Waldron Training Station near Chicago for I
the and Ball suggest
program their boot 1
training.
Wednesday July 24- the need for "All-Star" Shirts. No Both 1963 Announcing new summer program:
VFW SMU are graduates of Clew-
vi
Bell Participates Lions vi Elks sooner said than done, Matthews I Ia Iston High School. Carrol (Butch)
gave Hall the check. d 1s the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tuesday night

]In Miami Meet TOP TEN HITTERS Instead of previous policies, Redlsh and Mike's parents are Mr. Family Night; 7:30: to 10 p.m. j Ii
Steve Ball participated in an intilattooal Name Team AB H AT whereby the league winner played and Mrs. J. T. Brantley. I
swim meet held July 14- DeArmas SMU 1 11.000 the combined all-stars, this ;year Beginners only-no fast skating f ': jt
1 II it the Westbrook Country Cub WWiford Elks II S .833 each coach will select five player ,It ., ,11')<1{ ,I I
la Miami last weekend: Holoubelt Lions 10 8 .800 from his team to play In the allstar PIZZAYU 50c per person $1.50 per familySkates ;t'Ji, ".' I,
Virtually every atate record was Edens ..._ Lions t 7 .778 game. Players from the teams /11 ;I"'.' \i: '
broken In the meet according to B. Redish Legion 4 3 .750 finishing first third and fifth will ( Included) 'a (\f/'" ,!

Krt Ben, who accompanied herm KrJed1er __ Lions t 8 .667 play the team composed of players 2-3311 1, \
I to the meet. Steve finished Prldien_VlW 6 4 .667 finishing second, fourth 'and 'I' ,1 I
third In the 200 meter Individual Nelaon___ VFW 3 J .667 abrth. Sugarland Pharmacy Thursday Friday Saturday /1: ,
medley; 4th in the 100 meter back- Clark Kiwanis 7 4 .571 .,
itroke; 5th in the 50 meter back- Blount Elks I 3 .500 7:30: to 10 p.m. j ,{, '1.
d sake and 6th in the 100 meter S. Hall Kiwanis 4 J .500 Ladies Summer roc
Skate
per person rentals 25o ,
breutstroke. Forabee SMU 2 1 .500 Bowlinar: League

TOP PITCHERS The Mia-Flts had a-high game ( It
Fuller Receives Name Team W L A.". of HO and high series of 2192. Both S. Dancing Saturday night only II
Mention Kriedler __ Lions 1 0 1.000 scores are high for the season. 9ES. ;
in AAU
Robertson .... Lions 1 0 1.000 Scores for the week: 10 to 11 p.m. for skaters
July R. Miller Legion 1 0 1.000B. Team Standing I
Magazine ; .
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"W Lollyettes "
Redlsh .. Legion 1 S 1.000 .. 'to ,
to' July Issue of the Amateur 'illlford ....... Elks 1 0 1.000 _....-... IS 9 II I
Athlete magazine paid tribute b dark Kiwanis 1 0 1.000 Ups and Downs 12H 11% PlAY BALI1 Tom Jones Jr., Saturdays only ;
lufene Fuller of dewiston for I Mis-Fits ______ U U subbing for Mayer Leon Bembry.
work In outdialog Kane Gang ?.,?-,?....-..., 11% 124 tosses toot the first ball el the Beginners; Class 10 to 11 a.m.
!All physical fitness promoting testing effort the Dance ,Friday At Sugar Babes 11 13 Midget LeagM Baseball program Contact ma today) I Dance Bar Class 1 to 2 I
p.m.
It Ow state'" of Florida. .Youth CenterThere Four Stooges __ 10 14 at opening ceremonies last wettrAFF Abner "
.,
Individual High Single Game: PHOTO -- -
According to John S. dance for the "
Nagy, was a young
B. Watkins ... .... lIT Vann
tuiraita of the ?- '
AMY Physical: FitMi people at the Youth Center Friday H. Klste ....,.. ....... 171 ; i"' '
Committee 11 Birthday Parties by Appointment
"Mr. :Fuller dl"cttnf night with the Blue Angels Ph.
E. Leavitt ._____ 191 Junior League
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tal be proud effort for la the Florida program AAU In, I providing The ,following music.door prizes were P. McLendon ____ ____ 155 YU 25971.TATII $12.50 includes skates and,drink !

|.*state representing the greatest warded: Peggy Morgan perfume B.Individual Watkins High.. Series: 809 Box Score FARM For additional information call YU 2-4642 ,
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rigs over 1961-42. (Thrifty Drugs), Barbara McLeod.
H. Kist 430 J
Illness that AAU Physical tennis balls, (Sugarland Pharmacy F. Carlin ..., 424 LEAGUE STANDINGSTeam 1.n.. .... WAYNE WHITTEN, Manager : : i
programs have been in ); Bob Kehoe. shave lotion, W L Avg I ', ,
years Angels ;
Rotary ..,. ,, ..,1 1 .500
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President ? ??? ?
image Kennedy Issued the ilpper McCarthy each won two Don't make the mistake of marrying GJddens ,......... ... 1 1 .500 ,
*J two yeans ago.,did the weeks free admission to :Matt your secretary and think) Firemen ,, 1 1 ..301teardsley I I t'
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% increase. ??? ? ? ??
Today ever 150,- Swimming Pool.( you'll continue, to dictate to her. I .m.,,..,,.,....., 1 1 .500

C EE8CLTS WEEK JULY 811Glddens Sunday Feature

Help us celebrate the year's biggest Valiant'sales I Rotary 12 11, ,Firemen Beardsley 11 4 I.

Beardsley 7, Rotary 8 ,.
For the ,""
Beefeater '
VALIANT SALES STAMPEDE Firemen IS, Glddens 10 :' ..."

THIS WEEK'I SCHEDULE
Thursday' July] 18-
Firemen vs Rotary ROAST PRIME RIBS or BEEF au JUS
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GET THE YEAR'SBIGGEST Beaxdsley vs Giddens ,
Tuesday, ,July 23-
Firemen vs Glddens ."
Baked Idaho Potato "' -t": ,", !
Beardsley vs Rotary ,'r.: .

DEAL TOP TEN H1TTEM with \, \
Name ,Tessa AB H AT'rnrksrd 'tdb'e!
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._ Rotary 4 S T.O
Creamery Butter or Sow Cream & Chive '
Dana ,--- Giddens 7 5 ,714 ; Drsssicg .
torshee Firemen 5 1..800 r .
ON
A VALIANTw
Belcher Rotary S I ..600LW. ,. j.,
Howard. Rotary 7 4 .571 : '
Tossed
Green Salad \ : j
Bowden Giddens 8 4 .500 ,
Bible -_ Beardsley: I S .500 j :I

olhill ,._ Beardsley 8 I .500 Choice'of Dressing ,
Hare Firemen. 2 1 .500 : ..:,> f I 1
Lang _,Beardsley a 1 .500
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Worth ,....,?-. Giddens 2 1 MO Rolls' & Butter Beverage'. <; ""i I I !


Nam. TOP PITCHERS Tessa W L Avg Two1, r i :J ,

Bible __ Beardsley 1 0 1.000 ,
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Marines Glddens 1 0 1.000 ( '
Akin Rotary 1 0 1.000 I .fi fit
Fletcher Firemen 1 0 1,000 :' I
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t las taarica'a .lonprt sad lest irvcar wm tr-5 yiars-nr !IO.II Are Announced Other excellent table d'hote'or a;'Lace rte sterna ; 1',4.. 1 f

cry YoIIIII .............., .. .. II seMY. lad utrril" a lid.... .' i' j i
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.. ....r.tae..w........"F-.aiarnttwrM w.e.M wwra';ae..IwM.!:: a gno r.N m sad,t::ec.1.....C..1 ws... iiseJa held have July been 10 at announced Central Playground as Serving !12:00: to., 2:30 and, 6:00': 9:30 lj : ,' j' : t ,

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Best eared for; Brenda Wald 1\
.!.LOW_! W.PRICES.! NO FAIR OFFER REFUSED! ron. Duck "Snowman"} Oldest I I''. \
bird Debbie>> Comrle, "Bird": Host

TRUST THE MEN WHO ,SELL VALIANT! Tamest Unusual,bird.Sara Terry Ann Comrle Aadrles"Oreo", "Chi; The Cltito n Inndemtoa I I ,

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three weeks vacation stay Ina home In Greensboro.
PIe Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, FJa.'f -- a N.C SatuM
Birthday GreetingsThursday at Lake after
cottage on Lake June a visit with Mr :
Thursday, July 18, 1989t and(
..i : July 18: Mrs. Margaret Placid. H. E. H01'J1sby.Mr. 1dr

t Bare Charles Adams, War- Mr. and Mrs. James A Mc- and Mrs. M. C.
ren RowellFriday Phail were weekend guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Doke 111

July 19: Mrs. K. O. LOCALS Elizabeth Nellls at Avon Park. leaving Saturday for Rogers *"
Women nw Shows, C. E. Bailey A. Ross Tor- Mrs. Foy Durrence and son, te ndays a week
\ \ 6 bert, Jr.Saturday'Juty. Michael made a trip to Gainesville Carolina mountains. through fc)
20: W. K. Archer to register Michael at the
I Jack Redish, Gayle Torbert, DaisyM. Tonight and every night is a and their guests, Rev. and Mrs. University of Florida. lIe will en-
( Stiles Willard Doty, Dora A. good time to go out and tee a T. M. Waldron. Jr., and son are ter at the start of the next trimes-

Wilcox, E. L. Holoubek. wonderful chow adv vacationing at Hollywood Beach. .
Leavitt-Deese Wedding Solemnized Sunday July 21: Mrs. Luther :Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown of Mr. and Mrs. John Corbin were ter.Mrs.. Pam Moody: left last week-

d Davis Mrs. Eula O'Neal Mary Jo Eustis are visiting her parents, in Homestead Monday driving, end for Gainesville where she entered -
Caruthers. Mr. and Mrs. T..C:: Yon this week down to take their daughter, Mary, the Medical Center at the MDtFrL

Monday, July: 22: Mary Katherine Mrs. Brown la the former Edie who Is spending the week at a University of Florida for diagnosis
u Jones Clarice Nowling Evelyn Yon. Owissa Bauer Camp. Their other and treatmentMrs. Sat, July 19.20

Wynn. Martha Davis Barbara Gerald Burke, assistant manager daughter Nancy la visiting her Caretta Cannon of Lake Double
grandmother, Mrs. Oscar Corbin, Mrs.S. FeatureIdeal
Shupe. of the A&P Supermraket In Okee- Placid visited her daughter
Tuesday July: 23: chobee: is in Clewiston for three Sr., in Fort Myers. H. Stalls and family Monday Family Entertainment

Wednesday. July 24: Betty Baker weeks ...1atin\Ja the local A&P Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Deg. and Tuesday of this week. "Where The

Marion Behlau Carolyn Ward. while the ,manager\ R. G. Degler, let and family are vacationing In Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ketchum have Boy

I' Thursday July 25: Lyn Vaughn, Is on vacation. I Sarasota for two weeks. returned from an extended vaca- Are"Fun

il : Mrs. Calvin Swindle Betty Stalls, Mrs. Clyde Stephens Is remainIng Mrs. Dan Allen Mrs. Lucille tion trip during which they toured For All
aewegip William C. Nail, Jr., Leland Ren- in West Palm Beach to be near Weaver and Gerry Weaver left for the Eastern seaboard and visited

r nolds. her husband, who is critically ill two week's vacation Monday. They relatives In Virginia and New York "Jaon And
t rt In St. Mary's hospital were Joined In Halnes City by Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baker returned -

1 Hospital NotesWhite Mr. and Mrs. John Blackwelland Annie McCallum sister of Mrs. Saturday from Rldgeville, Argonaut
family are 1 leaving Saturdayto Allen and Mrs. Weaver. After five NC. and Cleveland, Ohio. They Wonders And Adventure To
Patients Admitted make their home In Lakeland, days in Atlanta where Mrs. Weaveris also made a sight-seeing trip Into Thrill You

I la, Mrs Seely Margaret Tommle Bowen Mrs. Betty Howard Reid, where be will be associated with attending a Ford Motor Company Canada.Mr. Sun. Man Tues.

Fletcher Alicia DeArmas Thelms Peerless Auto Parts. school to they the will mountains take a sightseeingtrip of North and Mrs. Warren Howell July: 21"Tarzan's. 22 23

Fender, William Barfleld Mrs. Lou Mr. and Mrs Wendell Whaley and children are spending this
Georgia, Tennessee and North Car-
_ Lee Gay Gerald White (LaBelle), and family have gone to Gatlin- olina. week vacationing at Fort Myers Three
Gusty Anderson, Mrs. Helen Darby burg. Tenn. to spend their vacation Beach. Challenge
: Ralph Howard Mrs. Helene visiting relatives. Friends of Mrs. C. W. Fuller Barney Bryan Tommy Waldron, More Thrilling Than Ever
will be glad to learn she Is recuperating : Lewis and Tommy Ballard,, Jimmy
Williams, Hiram Ballard, Marcia Mrs. Earl E. Wilklson and chil-- Filmed In Exotic Thailand
Delgado, Mary Dyes Ronald Potter dren of Tallahassee have been I wen In Ft. Lauderdale Redish and George Tokieda re-
Joseph Hardee, May Howard guests of her parents, Mr. and i Beach: hospital from a heart attack turned Friday night for a week's Wed. Thor, July 24.2)
Charlie Taylor. Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, for several suffered July: 8th while vacationing Boy Scout Camp I ( White Patients Remaining days and expect to return to Tallahassee there. Mr. Fuller and Tana Keeta near Vero Beach.
I \I IlL AND MRS. JOE O. LEAVTTTlira. Joseph Hardee Hiram Ballard this weekend. Mr. Board-I i their son-in-law and daughter Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Hollandof Disney's Famous Dog Story! j

j Dewey Tompkins May Howard foot has been a patient In the Lee and Mrs. Frank Veltre are continuing Tampa were weekend guests of -
Esnestine Collins Deeae of Ruth! Dees Jeannto Margaretand
their vacation there. .
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence.Mr. "Jumbo"Music
Margaret Bowers, Mrs. Helen Williams Memorial Hospital In Fort Myers
and Joe Grant Leavitt Janice Leavitt
Clewiston
Mr .and Mrs. Gene Fuller were and Mrs. R. E. Breeden and
Marcia Delgado Carl Crow
Jr. of Belle of Glade were united Mrs. Leavitt .Is. the daughter of since last Friday. In Fort Lauderdale : with Doris DayRESTAURANT
Milton Howard. Annie Tommie Saturday to daughter Patty returned to their
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King and -
In marriage In a candlelight cere Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Collins of
visit Mrs C. W. Fuller In
I mony at the home of Mr. and Mr. Palmdale, and her husband's par- Helen Darby, Charlie Taylor Mrs A. R. Broadfoot were Monday -I Lauderdale Beach the Fort

Benny Richmond In Belle Glade on ents are J. G. Leavitt, Sr. of Kan- I visitors in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. hlspltal.Parker
July 61h. sas City and Mrs. J. F. Colemanof Card of Thanks Mr. and Mrs. W. C. BosweU will and family left Saturday for Wilson two

II Rev. James A. Fenton pastor Fort Lauderdale.Mr. I wish to express my sincere appreciation go to Jacksonville the end of the weeks at Fort Myers Beach.
of the First Baptist Church of and Mr. Leavitt are making for the many kindnesses, week where he will attend an ACL Miss Pat Watton returned to
Il. South Bay performed the double their home In Belle Glade. flowers, cards, visits and cans during staff meeting. En route they will Tampa Sunday after spending two
ring ceremony. Both are employed at Glades Bowling my Illness, both In the Hendry visit relatives In Starke and Ocala. weeks visiting her sister Mrs. y
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. (Jack) Scott
) f' The bride was dressed In a pale Lane. General Hospital and at Watson L. L. Snell and other relatives
blue pleated dress with eyelet em Clinic. Lakeland. I am especially made a trip to Orlando this week; in Clewiston and Mrs. James In-

I broidery trim. She wore a white Mrs. King Hostess grateful to the staff at Hendry their nephew Bill Hodges who has gram and family in West Palm
been returnedto
them here
,
orchid corsage. Mrs. Richmond General Hospital for their care and visiting Beach.
J \. her only attendant, was dressed in At Circle Meeting many extra kindnesses shown me. his home. Mrs. CurUss Pullen and children -
Mrs. Wm. C. Owen is In West
white dacron' and embroidered with of Mn. A. H. King was hostess MYRTIS WHIDDON Palm Beach where her son, Wm.C. of Canal Point visited her Sugarland Hwy. Clewistod
trim
green wore a corsage mother Mns. Ethelle Morgan
white carnations.Mr. Tuesday morning to members of Owen, Jr., Is recuperating from Saturday -
I the Julia Head Circle of the First major surgery at Good Samaritan
Richmond was best man. Mrs. Wilson
Boyette and chit
Baptist Church. Mrs. BIll Thomas Edward'sPlumbing Hospital. Mrs. Owen plans to stay
The llv ng room was decoratedI' dren Jan Mike and Valerie of
k I conducted the business session end
with her daughter-in-law and family
with candfelabras flanked with Lakeland, and her sister-in-law
Mrs. Leon Bembry, assisted by ] until he leaves the
hospital. SOAP BOX
large baskets of white. gladiolusand Miss Gwen Boyette, who
visitIng
'Mrs. 0. W. Beck and Mrs. R. RepairReplacements Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. are -
mums and pastel flower ar relatvies in Clewiston
W. Kelly, presented the program. Waldron, Sr., and other relativesare spent "
,, rangements. RepairINSTALLATIONS the weekend with their uncles, W. promises will now stand .the
Others attending were Mrs. T. E. Rev. and Mrs. T. M. Waldron
Following the ceremony a three E. and W. T. Lewis, and families "
acid electedrepresentatives
6 tiered wedding cake was served Weathers Mr. Rose LaByer Mrs. Jr.. and son. of Bluefleld. W. Vs., In Lake Placid. lest as newly

with punch from a table centered Russ Stevens and Mrs. Walker TROUBLE SHOOTING who are here on vacation. Miss France Hall of South Bay lake public
Nail. MASTER Guests of Mr. and Mrs. William .
LICENSE
r with white rose last y
spent week
.v visiting Mr. and office. Many promises will
Guests at the wedding Included Walton this week are her sister Mrs. Thomas Stiles.
Call YU
2-6711
1 l' ) Mrs. Lawrence Milton Mrs. Louis .GAME. FISH NOT,FOl SALE Miss Ruby WakeOeld and Miss Mrs. Joe Jackson and son, Gene, tri r'1 be conveniently forgotten
I Johnson and daughteifWFrbsC: $e pen n-shalt sell, buy : I proof and the children Tony and change for merchandise any Florida ] 325 E. Ventura Mr. and Mrs, A. W. Stac and from a visit with Mr. and .*7fte lads not dock/ eoncernma\ rtSf pr o*.e*:?,:.wf fi'I$nj-' I
fresh water game Ash. daughters, Donna and Mary Lou
MM.
If, ; dine Beach Glenn and Kitchens Mr. and in Mrs.Feyian-Coy suffering to lIs-worJ, not willing that etiy should pwult, but

Marshall in Fort Pierce. Mr. Jackson : that oil should come Io repentance." 'II Peter 3.9,
I Clewiston Church Directory I IIT. has been visiting his mother, Community Presbyterian Church

Mrs. W. J.; Jackson In Rochelle, 407 Royal Palm Avenue

Ga.Mr. HENRY HORRELL FORD. Minister
r,: HI-HAVEN BAPTIST' CHURCH I and Mrs. Joe Jackson and 9.45
MARGARET'S CHURCH I COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN : A.M. Bible School
SALE Highway no son. Gene, are vacationing at Riviera 11:00: A.M. Worship
208 North Atlantic Street 407 Royal Palm AvenueHenry
Rev. Vic Turner Pastor
Beach
this week.
Phone YUkon 2-1811 8:45: a.m. Sunday School IL Ford Minister' Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Jones Sermon Subject: "How to Obtain Mercy"No.

Clewiston Florida 11:00: a. .-Morning Worship 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School and son, Harold, left Saturday for 8. "The Beatitudes"FRANK'S
Her. Larkin F. Coooallr 6:45: p.m.-Training Union 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship
r Administrator 8.00: p.m.'Evening Worship 11:00: a.m.-Nuriery:! In the Parish
4 Sunday Masses 8 a.m. & 11:30 a Jo. Wednesday: House
Weekday Masses, 7:00 ajn. 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 6:00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow I
Holy Days of Obligation, 6.00 p.m. shipWednesday Grocery
Confessions. Saturday from 4 to 5, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :
: i and 7 to 8 p.m. 102 E. Ventura Arena 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice

Rev. L. T. Fagan Pastor
.ST.MARTIN'S CHURCH 9:43: a.m.,-Sunday School .Id Market
,
(Episcopal) 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH .
I ; : 407' North Pacific 6:43: p.m.-Training Union South Clewiston
The Rev. Clark H. Dorman.,.Vicar 8:00: p.m.-Evening Service Rev. Herb Hlgdon. Pastor HOME OWNED AND OPERATED .
Sunday Services: Wednesday 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School
7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teach en I 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service Ph. YU 3.1401 WE DELIVER Ph. YU 3-1401 1

Discontinued 9:30: a.m. Family Service and Meeting 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Unioi "
styles Church School. 8.00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer ServIce -, 8.00: p.m.-Worship Service WILSON'S
Saints and Holy Days as an Tuesday:
a
of our regular brands nounced. 8:45: p.m.-Choir Practice 8.00: p.m.-Brotherhood
Confessions by appointment Wednesday:

2.99 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH Thursday 7:30: p.m.:Hour of Prayer BAKERITE 3-Lb. Can 59

APOSTOLIC FAITH 8.00: p.m.-Choir Practice
I South dewtiton 304 N. Francisco Street

Bro. Luther Dixon Pastor Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor
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,, 1. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 10:00: a.m. .Sunday School THE CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY ROMAN
I : 11:00: a.mr Morning Worship cr COD NBC
11:00: a.m.Preachlng
; Tuesday: 6.30: p.m.-BTC James F. Klmbrel. Pastor Starch 2 for QTS.I 29Q
: I 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Sunday: Saltines _._ :; ____ ?

Friday: Wednesday:. Sunday School, 10:00:
7:30: p.m.-Young People's MeetIng 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service Adult Worship 11:00: WEBBS YACHT CLUB

s FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Youth Worship 11:00: Rice 3-lbs. 49 I Tuna --29%
Prayer Boar 7:00Evangelistic .
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:
331 W. Oseeola Avenue -- __ _ .
cncRcn OF CIIIUSTCbrbtJaa Rally, 7:30:
( ) Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor Tuesday:

North Sugarland Auditorium I 9:45: a.m.-church School Orchestra Practice: 7:00:
John C. ScheMer Minister ..' 11:00 a.m.-Morning service Wednesday:
tlt1" l 10:00: a.m.-Blble School I 6.00: p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship Christ's Ambassadors, 7:45: D LIZ
with
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304 CHURCH South Central OF CHRIST ATCSHM 31]Rev.8. Joe PaeUls Coleman Avenue Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor Potatoes .10-Ibs.. 39 I 2 for 39%

Bath Towels Earl Arnold Minister 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 10:00 11:00: a.m.-Sunday School -- Catsup __ ____ : _
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i a.m.-Morning Worship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Service
f I Sunday: 7:45: p.m.-8undav Evangelistic FRESH GROUND
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. 19.00: a.m.-Bible School 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship PICNIC
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Irregulars in regular 11:00: l.m.Worship Wednesday: I
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7:30 Service 99 Hams Lb.
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sizes mint, : :p.m.-Young Friday:
7:30 Midweek Devotion People's Endeavor
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Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five for all the home nursing care visits

iiAiTH1'OPLf9i I UNCLE DAN FROM DEVIL'S GARDENDEAR I liens ElectInternational President I Thursday July 18, 1963 prescribed the first 30 by days a following physician! ,the during date: f

of discharge from a hospital, payments I ,
\ MISTER
EDITOR.: I have took note through the MEDICAL; ASSISTANCE FOR AGED will be made directly: to the I
I sea by' the ;papers where bile years that country editors tells vendor of the home nursing care I
Congressman is complaining: about about things in simple words the service.
they lot 4 full time plumbers on folks can understand, and in a
MONTH
BEGINS IN FLORIDA THIS I
the White House
.. payroll He re pinch I reckon they ain't no partof
.SerYI" '" y.,d.ISoneot/Ydael/ th. ports they got 20 bathrooms and America the people has lOt Sugarland Pharmacy I
'TOOt!Ianda Local Mcdicll AuoCIAcioDo if they don't all break down at the more confidence in than the grassroots The Florida Department of Public of acute Illness or Injury will be
same time, one full time plumber press Welfare reports on the requirements i made directly to the hospital, for j PIZZA
DIETARY iitTACKERYnutritional would be a plenty. What thb! pore Even here at home things lit for eligibility for Medical not more than 30 days of care in

quackery costs the Congressman don't know Is that more complicated ever day My Assistance for The Aged which any year I

min food faddists in this we got certain standard utockpt old lady: went to the country store started this week. It is the new 2)) Following any hospital care, YU 2-331 __
10 an estimated half billion log percedures: fer Guvernmen last week to git a gallon of kero Florida public assistance program
COIJIItr1 workers aa. well as fer supplies sene. In the old days the feller .t based on the Kerr-Mills amend- "

doIIari' moneY a Jear.spent li not the most The chances are 10 to 1 they lot the store would stick a Irish potato ments to the national public aslstance THE FAMILY .... t..1
the losi- False promises : enough plumbing materials store er over the spout, but now be fills By laws. The two and a hall 1 r. "eep

Important, eurlnJ various ills 'with ....itamfDI In the White House basement to the can 'with kerosene fer 20 cent million dollar aid program is administered -

aboUt and social food products build 40 bathrooms from scratch: and, to hear him tell it,, would through the twelve welfare werltl's Blest CwiwpiCtc liRe i
delay proper medical So they rigger that materials fer have to git another 10 cent fer the districts: of Florida's State

pently until It to too late. No 40 bathroom calls fer 4 plumbers I potater to break even. Department of Public Welfare. The
food is either reducing or fat- That's what is bowed I see br I Yours truly, benefits are limited to hospitalcure .: of 4-wheel drive vehicles! f.,

as for it is total calorie conS the papers" a* Government "kx g. Uncle Dan Aubrey D Green of York, for acute illness or injury, :. ...... ....... ... .... .. .. .......... .. ..... ... ... .1.%
istlfs. I ferglt this Alabama, was elected Presidentof and following '
the daily diet that con- Congressman' to home nursing care '
in name, but the odds Is good that Lions International at tb.AllOCl.Uon' any hospital care : !
In body weight
gain
tdbse or HERE IS PRIZE 48th annual convention
Many people have food idlosyn- this is his first term in the Con- Jun 19-22 at Miami It is Intended to help U.S. citizens : :

-. slavishly tol gress. Beach. Lions International, with who are 63 or older, resideIn '. .
taw. Sores will not use acid such Things is glttlng more and more BEEF RECIPEThe 672,000 members in 121 countries Florida, and who have enough ,.: .:, \1Ia. .:
to In citrus fruit because they complicated in the Pentagon Bullring is the world's largest sere income for food, shelter, clothing, .
M think it would cause acidosls. according to the piece I got Florida Beef OounciTs annual ice club organisation. and personal expenses but who ': :

Men\' a person is physically: nor here. It says the Pentagon boy Beef Recipe Contest came to Lions International Is best cannot pay for needed medicalcare : :
its W.- :
known for leee'U.leerutr
many youth programs MNew9e '
close cook-off
with statewide
has a a : .
mixed just
eating an adequate put on another "assistant without depriving themselves
nil diet.and the body is not likely to that got 33 words to his title. ]It recently The winner was Mrs. Ar- sight, community" conservation service activities projects of such necessities.The '.: ...................... .. ....... ............. ... :

ton excess acid. Milk, fruits, and says here be is "rhe Assistant to thur Rubin, Ft. Pierce, who wIn ( and aid to the blind. Last 1963 legislature provided ,: :
wjeUblei actually put an alkaline Deputy Special Assistant to the Assistant receive a check for $100 from the year Lions Clubs around the one million dollars for .

reserve In the blood which helps for Space Office, Deputy Beef Council. globe computed more than this year (fiscal 196344) : ( :

to neutralize the acids formed DIrector, Research and Engineering On Father's Day, June 16, the 860,000 service projects individual community which Is matched by one and :. -. :.
torn tile metabolism of cereal (Tactical Warfare Programs) winning recipe was served to Secretary a half million dollars federal : :

heads, meat and fish. of the Defers Departments Tripartite of State Tom Adams and funds. While approving its : :
failure to drink milk may remit Corporation Program SubGroup his family at the secretary's home new operation budget covering ,,. wIerwdCeahnl'goeVIC .
in an unsatisfactory intake olcjlcium. M, Military Space Research In Tallahassee. Last year the win- Boat RegistrationIs this program, the State Welfare : .no M Nw '....**..........,0 :.

Without meat, there is alack ." When that feller writes a ning recipe was served to Governor Board set the specific, eligibility '............ ... ...... .. .. ........... ........... .
of protein !Iron and vitamin letter Mister Editor. I reckon he Bryant and family for Father's Due Sept. tat requirements 'I: : TheaeludAenti44-whee1drlve
B There art people who have act has to put the letter on one pale Day dinner. A person will not be eligible unless
mi food allergies, and therefore I I and use another sheet fer his title. This year's winner is an unusual Tax Collectors have received information he has received hospitalization ': :' vehicles are fI'f'/ormGM' i
It's treatment of a rolled roast, and it from the Florida Board within the last two months, or : m proved over billions of miles,
a great pity, Mister EdItor
we can't git some folks brought ohs! and ahal from the of Conservation in Tallahassee that reasonably anticipates receiving : = : give extra years of service
IT'S BETTER TO HAVE In Washington that appreciates judges. Here it is: the time for registering boats ha hospitalization within 30 days from : : and command Sighed resaleSerw.rd

LOVED AND MARRIED the simple things tat DIe IIONEY-BEE-F been extended to September 1st the date of application.The value These vehicles'...
First Place Winner In 1963 Florida A law rellstra.1twn : Ce.lnt'leep'fC-lW
THMt NEVER TO HAVE Fer new governing annual Income may not exceed
instant take turethenew'Jeep'Tornado
LOVED AT ALL. of a little town in that Alabama Mayor Beef Council Beef Recipe Contest of motor boats became effective $1,200 for one person or $2- ,..-..R.e.t.U'."..' .'.. ....: -. f
0tit 3 :rbi boned, rolled rib toast July 10 but because of time required 400 for a man and wife. QHQ engine.Modern overhead
where named Newton.built I was reading' 1ft cups basting sauce to get decals printed and The applicant may have a homestead e a camshaft design gives
they town
a new
haD and put a brick planter Place roast at room temperature In the hands of collectors the time ; the cash value of other resources een youextrapullingpowerlessC

across the front. The Mayor Wash beef, pat dry with paper for requiring the registration has may not exceed $1,000 for maintenance, and extra fuel
Ip-r owels. Set aside and make bait- been extended. or $2,000 for couple
one a
person I
put turnip greens in It, claimed VEHICLES/ MADE ONiY ir economytool I,
he didn't know nothing that lag sauce. The tax collector may registernew excluding: $750 per person cash t.
Basting Since boats and boats that are not value of life insurance.The 'KAlsaa Jfeep CORPORATION
needed less care and looked
so prttty. Farthermore, he 1 can undiluted beef consomme carrying a valid certificate, but persons most be at CWIM .. fcr r <.i.s edgy!
Vi cup red wine (or sherry) rereglstratlon will not be enforced least 65. reside In Florida bea
alms to put buttermilk In the &
V4 cup holler until September 1st u.s. citizen, and not be receiving KAISER PRESENTS THE Monday Friday
water cooler and Is going brig
.. dp a vending machine 1 tablespoon Worcestershire: The schedule of new fees for any other public- assistance LLOYD BRIDGES SHOW 7:00 p.m.
sauce on-commercial from the Florida Department
boats which will
0 where the town workers can
1 tablespoon Accent be used, under the requirementsof of Public Welfare
Sit a nickels worth of cornbread. -
/ Ss It would be ,a great lye teaspoons aeuoned'Alt the law passed in the closing If eligible, there are two benefits SUGARLAND MOTORS
V4 teaspoon of the extended :
pepper days session of
to the If
blessing country we
Boat Accessories had a few fellers like the Mayor Cover' and simmer for five to the 1963 legislature are: 1)) Payments for hospital care 841 Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston

of Newton In the PentagonBuilding. eight minutes Class 1-All boats less than 12

Then brush ba.Unllauce on the feet __._. $1.00 x .50 I
roast. Place roast in 250 degree Class 2-12 feet less r
or more and YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE AMI.t.IONAIRE'
and continue
oven : basting at 30
than 16 feet In length $5.00 x .So
annot: eat certain substances. In minute intervals. Insert meat das 3-16 feet or more and less

ouch cases, an appropriate died Jj thermometer into roast" for deelrgd than 2$ fee*to{eegt.--.-..& ;

w recommended with prescribed sup doHeness. -_.__.._- -S10.00 x .50
I elementary vitamins. This basting sauce may be used
Faulty diets/ can be the cause.'ather I on any beef cut. If using pot roast Class 4-26 feet or more and leas 'Ii'
Jlit than 40 feet in length __ TO LIVE LIKE ONE IN
SUOs.fi AM! than the cure, of ill health of beef baste with sauce, then __
cover pan with foil until meat Is $30.00 x .80
and disability tender Fifteen minutes I Class 8-4O feet or more and less
before
serving
than 69 feet in length __ Palm Beach FloridaThat'
uncover rout, baste again
and let brown. It will make a declous $50.00 x .50
Class 9-69 feet or more and less ,
WE INSTALL crustIt's
crunchy
IDA than 110 feet In length _..
a winner for leftover beef I .
., ,, 160.00 X .50 .
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too. Cut leftover roast into bite- VACATION
Class 7-110 feet or more in length
sized! chunks, marinated in COMPlETt
H
cup -.-- .-.,--. S79.00 x .50
YEAR 'ROUNDCOMFORT undiluted beef consommes and Vk Dealer Classification ..._.._.
cup red wine (depending
upon _._ $10.00 x .50 ,
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amount of chunks) for 30 minutes
Fractional :Registration Fees :
: PEa !
Place on skewers alternating with
An boat or vessel registered forM
chunks of fresh tomatoes and
SYSTEMSCALL or first time after January 30th 95 ,
mushroom caps. Brush again with
shall be charged for such registration -
wine and consommee mix or leftover
one half the annual registration
basting honey sauce and place
rate. The fractional:! rates
US TODAY-NO OBLIGATION over hot coals until
on grill Just
do not apply to boats and vessels .
meat is hot and vegetables Eased .
are m -
subject to registration prior to theme
done Serve with toned salad and i
such: application for reglstra- doable Mcapuq '
hot rolls. 'I:
tJ non Is made
Anyone wishing to have \'
copiesof .
The registration period will be for .
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Package Rates
all ten
II. area winning
recipes .
twelve (12( } months, and the regstratlon -
1 tcl d: may send a stamped self addressed certificates will expire hisy 1st to Dee.. btlThat's ;
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I. envelope to the Florida Beef June 30th of each, year.
Council Klssimmee, Florida. A
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Myers Saturday to attend the wedding and children, Larry and Barbara II
of her niece, Miss Judith An- Jean, of Orlando, were guests of I
nette Asbell to Joseph Alexander Mr. and Mrs W. P. Jernlgan last I''
Robertson. The wedding was in St. weekend.Mr. $70. Per Month
Xavier Catholic Church at ten and Mrs. Dawson Bledsoe
o'clock. and son-in-law and daughter\ Mr.
Mrs. Noble Hart, and three chil and Mrs. Leland Rennolds have returned Built by Kendall Construction Co.
dren. Cameron Candl and NobleE. from a vacation in Key i

Jr., returned to their home In, West. Mr. and Mrs. Bledsoe also West Palm Beach Phone JU 5-1771
Flint, Mich, Tuesday of this week I were in Sarasota for a visit with
!it I''I after spending a vacation with her .no daughter, Mrs. Erward La. Shown by appointment call
.I sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Point and family.Mr ] ,
Howard AngeL They were accompanied and Mrs P. D. ;Robbins,
I,, by Mrs. Angel and ton, Day- Mrs. Ralph E. Kyle and children J. E. Beardsley Sales Agent
and in and P. D. visited in Fort
Ji id, who will vacation there Buddy
I other parts of central United States Myers Thursday with Mr. and Mrs ----- --- Clewiston Phone YU 2.7501
CLEWISTON AND MOORE HAVEN CHAPTERS ale area near the hurricane gates and was enJoyed
before returning home. Paul Robbins. Cindy Bembry re-
Mr. and Mrs. Johnle Jackson turned with them to spend the Order ef Rainbow for Girls, were host U Grand by a large number of representatives. from I
Assembly! Officer at a plcnle held la Moore Ha. both chapters. 3TAFF PHOTO. -
and son, Kevin, left Saturday fora weekend visiting her sisters, Mrs. -
vacation trip to Western North Bill Ham and Mrs. Gerald White. yea last week. The eating was held at the pie- Be Wise Advertise In The News
Carolina. Mrs. Ralph E. Kyle and children
Ricky Hornsby, who is stationedat Robbie, Buddy: and P. D. of Mish- Kyle's daughter and family, Mr. Rainbow,Girls' Picnic Wednesday
the Marine Base in New River, awaka Ind., are spending the summer and Mrs. Ronnie Shrum, of South
N.C., spent the weekend here with with her parents,Mr. and Mrs.P. Bend, IndoRecent
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. D. Robbins. Joining them In guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Honors Several Grand OfficersFive
Hornsby. August will be Mr. Kyle, and Mrs.GHatGKeRESOARD W. P. Jernlgan were her sister, 1 i

Mrs. Annie Mae Smith of Atlanta, officers of the Grand Assembly Belle Glades Assemblies held a 14: 14: 14:

and her brother and slster-dn-law of Rainbow in Florida were picnic at Moore Haven.
I
:Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Folsom
honored July 10th when membersof These officers were Bonnie Gri-
of Montlcello. I the dewlston, Moore Haven and Ids. rand worthy advisor; Gamy Only One Available
servlc.ebulletin. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wlesenfeld, Roth grand Love; Cathy Hale, '
Sr., of Jacksonville are spending grand drill leader; Nita Hanlon,
on leave after completing weeksof J 100 Foot Corner
the month of July with their son bask at Fort grand service, and Jo Ann Nelson, on HighwayA I
training
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.C. army
grand Religion
Jackson, S.c. He will be stationedat
M. Wlesenfeld Jr.
Fort Polk, La. ad- Real Sacrifice Settle
A. C. Ellison, exalted ruler of Mrs. Carloi Dickey, mother to Estate.
the Clewiston Elks lodge, left Mr. and :Mrs. W. E. Spurlin visor and other members of the
i: have moved to Belle Glade, where Gewliton Assembly attended the
Saturday for San :Francisco to attend
the national Elks Convention. he is manager of a new Time Saver event which marked the Anniversary $12,500.

PURINA Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sexton, Rick Market of Rainbow Girls.
Steve and Uinna ray Sexton and I

HAS ANEW David afternoon Beardsley from a returned week's stay Sunday at Exclusive!

Fort Myers Beach. i THE 0
Mrs. Sammy Weaver has returned
from a trip to Long Beach, FARM
J. E. BEARDSLEY
i RANCH California: with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Lewis of Lake Pla
I FRONT REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKE
rhat'a right! Purina baa a new 9,000 acre research ranch cid. They visited Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Lewis. Clewiston Phone YU 2.7501
k near Ada, Oklahoma. CONNER0MMISSI0NER
I It'i a scenic place, but more important by far to cattlemen Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Barton andsons 1Y DOYLE
have returned from Rosen-
especially those farmers in: this area who
many
berry, Texas, where they visited FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREDeterioration
maintain brood cow herds. it'g an ideal location to
Us sister, Mrs. Frank Beetner and
test and improve profit-making Purina rations and management .
techniques helpful to anyone with cattle on grass! family.Mr. of Cuba's agricultural -than S million chicks and 148,23
Like other Purina research farms over the past decades, and Mrs. Pete Mcintyre will economy appears to be far dozen hatching eggs to Cuba.
the new Purina grass country ranch already serving leave today for Knoxvllle Tenn, more extensive than the big drot S e Now Availablein
present and future Purina customers,finding and develop- where their son, Peter, is complet. off In the sugar crop.I In addition to the desperate situation
ng new ways to feed and handle livestock more profitably. lag a six 'week's summer science note that the Cuban Veterinary in the poultry industry, the .,
I r course at the University of Tenne- Association in exile recently exile veterinary group reports the Glades '

t COM IN AND LET US SHOW YOU THI PURINA WAY. semi... -' predicted. virtual destruction of cholera: is spreading among Cuba' ..' .. __
TO FCEO CATTLE ON CRASS MORE PROriTABLTI Cindy Allen has returned from the island's I 'commercial poultry bo,.. If cholera i* present Die hoc -<* ttr. "kMORTGAGE .
a visit in Lithla. Fla.. with her Industry within 8 months due to population is doomed. Unchecked,
cousin Mrs. Bill Eldrldge and other disease and lack of breeding the disease can wipe out every LOANS -
relatives. stock. porker on the island. And the exile
; Tim Fourmy and John Owen.I I Quality of fowls Is said to have group says vaccines medicines,
I were visitors in Fort Lauderdaleand degenerated greatly and broiler hygiene and technical: help are 14 Residential
Miami Sunday. production: has slumped to about lacking.U.S. .
t'' Mrs. Enoch Whiddon has returned 800,000 a month. That' a drop in News & World Report note
1 ::1 from a five day stay at the Lake the bucket for the island's popula that foods of all kinds are drastically 14 Farms
f&x & land Medical Clinic. tion. Cubans have long dependedon short In Cuba. Monthly rations :
Pvt. Harold Weaver is at home fowl for a large share of their allow one chicken and five

LI'-I.IA meat supply.In eggs per family. Chickens sell at Commercial
the first 18 months of the $3 a pound, and turkeys at $1.80 a 14
Glades Roofing Co. 1960-02 biennium our Division of pound live weight, feathers and
1It AD Types af Keel and Animal Industry issued permitsfor all. On the black market which
.. Sheet Metal Werk shipments of more than 18 la flourishing chicken is pricedat 14: Ranches
.' Hew CeawtnutlM Jeba erRepair million chicks to Puerto Rico, the 12.40 a pound and eggs 23 cents
Virgin Islands and 29 other countries each.
I ... ,Phone 2-7111 mostly in Central and South According to VJS. News, the big MORTGAGE INSURANCESee
America. But our shipments to question now is:How much worse
Day er ZftaIanP. Cuba stopped in April. 1901. can things get before Cubans will
: O. lies.IMSCURWISTON. FLA. From April, I960, through become desperate enough to try to
T' ;, I March, 1961, we exported more rise against Castro? or,Call
e o
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Because we have embarked ana

'r I I ,OIL.844-1355 statewide program to eradicate W. FRANK TilLIS
9 bog cholera in Florida, new developments
Res. VI 8-2682 in measures to fight this
'deadly disease are of particular
Interest to the Department of Ag Phone 8244660PAHOXEC.
riculture.
Thurmond W. Knight Recent Information indicates a FLA.
Purdue University researchveterinarian
a CORBIN FARM & RANCH SUPPLY "Accredited Farm & Land Brolccr" ( has a new vaccine that Hepresnttn!
I may be a big improvement over HoweU Wilaaoph
& Associate
;...". Sugarland Highway Clewiston, Fla. rhurmond: Knight Realty Inc. ornccin : anything on the market today. A
: r. .. ..., RI.J.: .. .._k 2010 Avenue E midwest laboratory has applied to 205 Worth AT*. Palm Bead Fla.
NM/ I! !! II rl..tdm Federal authorities for a licenseto
n..k
Weft P.s RMeta Beach
:1 1"; .DI iim..Iii. . Euirket It. U the license is
granted, the vaccine may be commercially -
available this year. '
As reported in the National
Hog
I I : I ::: Tanner, Dr, Don Custafson says ATTENTION! .
H his new non-virulent,vaccine, the
I Complete Line Of result of 8 years of research will:
Produce resistance to cholera Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers
:
\ in 3 days compared with the ,
r' \ Building Material l lL. current average of S to 7 LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
days for attenuated vaccines
i I.I I. presently in use. WISELY PLAN .YOURFINANCING
: Permit vaccination of pigs at
I .
an earlier age.
I Permit administering by A lAw Cwt Faraa Mortraga..
j j FOR LARGE OR' SMALL aerosol spray as wen as by PEDEIAL LAND BANK LOAN,
\: injection. Wm Fmrbfc Cash TeKefteaaee

i CONCRETE; OBS OUR RADIO Etimin.te the need for using : feMs. **".
anti-hoc serum.Veterinarians Ftaaaoe fans iBBcweaesrf*. mew MUtag*. I*
t i e e wtad machines and Install fartgattaav
CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL Assist la purchase ., a fans, grave er fl..
ten me that giv- Parekue avere .laid.
1! DELIVER YOUR NEEDS\QUICK- log the vaccine aa a spray might .,Provide capital fad far the farm emlerjelse.
be termed "revolutionary." Dr. ONLY A lAND DANK LOU -.
/ Gustefson said he has bad success HAS ALL THEflK! : ADVANTAGES
: LY AND EFFICIENTLY.i :. with this method by spraying the 1. Lewer ,.,......
vaccine directly into a pig's face.I *. Lager ena tar to S$ yeara).
believe that polio vaccine that *. Depeadabto service (strung agrieaJtav a eJ lYfl1
I 1r I can be taken orally was a revolu- atnee 1117). .
lonary development the field of L PaD prepaym..tprivileges wltb.at. .. .
t .. ..... wtsa'toeal) *g..rnI&ue.
J I'':. : human medicine. It appears to be MI'YIce., by lad peepte faaofiUr
effective. Let us hope that new developments If ...
in animal disease we eaa be ., serrlea te yw pleas write or P.

win be as successful prevention W. L MAY Mgr. er DOTLB E. ABBOTT. tat Kit.
) j : \ and The license sought for manufacure
Lumber Mix Inc.Call
Hare Ready vaccine. of, the however Purdue Is researcher'for ,Its use Federal Land Bank Association'

only.as an Injectable. It may take of-Bradenton
some time before official approval

YUk, .....2-4411.. ',: Haiti St--Ctewuton. is obtained for such a radicallynew I'IIONJb 7iuen, BIADKNTOX.' !**-
method as spraying -

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Clewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven

I JUDGE ODUM Cyclist Injured, I Thursday July 18 1963 i


Sunday on US 27 cruise to Spain with other destroyers ; t
CLEARS DOCKET
PHoNE"yUkon 81201 --':DEMAND GREATER THAN - Ronald O. Potter. 20, of Miami, Boys In ServiceCAMP of Reserve Destroyer Squadron

iJrIED RATES: Four EVER for houses, acreage, busnesses. !- FOR SALE GE refrigerator Judge Archie Odum conducted a received lacerations and bruises 34 engaged in a goodwill cruise
word per jnJertIoD. 10 cecentsnts We have customers waiting Cheap. Call Clyde Egley. YU session of circuit court in LaBelle about the heed as a result of a LEJEUNE: N.C. labeled "Operation Handshake."
1111III charp: tour lDsertlonltor List your property! with us: 2-7801, itp Thursday accepting!: pleas of gull single vehicle accident on US %Tone (FHTNO)-Donald M. Davis, hospital It is to slated to end July 13.

the price of three J, E. Beardsley. Ph. YU 2-750L tjr from several persons chargedwith mile East of Oewiston Sunday ,corpsman first class, USN The assignment 1* unique in that
tic FOR SALE crimes. afternoon. SOD of Mr. and Mrs. Luther N. Navy Reserves normally undergotwo

1962 3 Star NIMROD CAMP Harold Eugene Seaman, who Potter according to Trooper Davis of 824 East Sagamore Ave., weeks active duty training instead

mmlEAL FOR SALE 3500 acres muck TRAILER. With spare tire and was charged with escape from the Dave Tomllnson, was tr.veUnl..t Clewiston, Fla., is serving with I of four.

land on county road, all or part wheel. Complete with Foam mattresses Citrus Center Prison Road Camp about 40 mile per hour and hit a Headquarters Company, Sixth :Marine In addition to the Hunt, the destroyers

Attractive t<
- ESTATE Boynton Beach Fla. P. O. Box pantry and cooking utensils Cole- serve one year added to his prev- lose control of has 1962 Triumph N.CHe enroute to the Mediterranean carrying
Unfinished steel 1102. Phone 732-9003. July 18p man gasoline stove and lantern Ious sentence. (Unknown to Seaman motor cycle and wreck In the center recently was promoted to of clothing, books

v. o-BISPO.house. Will sell as fa folding tables, small ice cheat 5 he was under consideration of the highway. Damage was his present rank.A tools cargoes toys and other goods f1JrSpa1n'

Icy buyers speciflcainclusive. gaL water cooler Many extras. for' parole at the time of his escape estimated at $30 by the officer. graduate of Oewiston High needy OI"lanlz.tIoM.If .
to
1)IIIpJet. fOR' RENTFOR New paint, canvas like new Value, and a" date for his Interview Potter was taken to Hendry Gen- School Davis entered the servicein a success this experimental

nCiDE-5: bedroom frame,, $1250.00: -will sell $729.00 '!last week had been set with the eral Hospital for emergency' treatment July 1938. goodwill cruise will establish a pre
Phone 5 00USS
WYman 8-2720 Jull8c parole corM lSIlOl1el'). by Pattlson Ambulance. cedent for future Reserve cruises.
1,000. frame I Sentences of ,18 months each No charges were filed by the HUNT (FHTNC)-Jeffle L. cruise
THSIDE 2 bedroom RENT FOR STLE- Automatic Dishwasher ) Ports of call during the
Small furnishedapartment were. meted out to J. Qilcox! and Trooper. Mitchell, steward third class, USN Isla de
I0. Available July 1, 615 good condition portable, Dewey Home both charged with son of C. M. Mitchell of Lake Harbor include: Barcelona Palma,
TA'GE available. Gada in
del
$63.00. Call YU and Ponta
!!: ss E. Trinidad. Phone YU 2-4711. tic Majorca
24653.
Rs 1 NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 tic forgery Summer is here. Vacation time Fla., is serving aboard the the Azores

:11 frame home. Hardwood FOR RENT Partly furnished 3 SPECIAL OFFER 4-plece rattan An Information filed! in another Is here. Slow down.and let live destroyer USS Hunt on a 2day ,

. bedroom house on E. Ventura. suite, dark finish, gold floral worthless cheek case And
!BA HOMES in Broward Palm Ave. Phone Gervls Hathcock, 2-5391 fabric zippered washable covers, the person charged has posted the office of Freddie Jones, band

ash and Dade counties, varijfcei after S p.m. or weekends. Auglc foam rubber cushions. $159.50: bond but is not in the area at the Harlem NewsEvents director.
and prices. Small cash bank financing available. Van Coth- present time, and the case will be

tent FOR RENT Bedroom, private ern's Custom Furniture and Up beard later.
'RENT _. Efficiencies and bath and private entrance. Gen holstery.; Jul iSo HOSPITAL NOTES
Of Our Colored Community Colored Patients Admitted
and News
available. tleman only 308 E Circle Drive
sell,,1000 as vacant lots to select Phone YU 3-2801. tic FOR SALE 1954 Dodge, good FFA Reports MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor Mary Frances Adderly Mary Pauline .
an Various transportation, $95.00 Call YU Brewster Franklin Williams,
for purposes. Phone YU 2-76S1
FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex 2-4711. tic Crenshaw Maryetta Smith.

srMENT t Terms. AND INCOME apartment Unfurnished. May be NEW SUPPLY OF SCRA.TCHoPADS Summer ProjectsThree SUMMER RECREATIONAL Mathematics and Science Charlie Mcdary, Henson Bain, Eugene

OPERTY: seen after 8 p.m., 812 South Atlantic are ready. News office. members of Clewiston PROGRAM UNDERWAYArt With the armoa of iron sulfide Tarver Gloria Broughton

MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent Ave. tic chapter, Future Farmers of Amer. Qua'I'IHt -- gas coming from a classroom on Varlena Becton.

3 construction, $25,000. FOR RENT-Three ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS ca attended the State FFA con- art class, under the direction the campus Harlem Academy had Colored Patients RemainingHenson
:j TERM low interest farm, furnished house. Call bedroom un- Guaranteed $19.95 down.. $14.04 vention. The three chosen were of Mrs. B. S. Bobo has gotten off initiated its first summer: school Rain, Mary Brewster, Eugene -

e, grove and ranch morfr YU 2-8881 per month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. Joseph Davidson president; Harold to an enjoyable start The first academic program Tarver. Pauline Crenshaw

;. minimum $50,000. JuttSo ., YU 2-7131. tic Jones vice president, and David day was spent mixing and making Courses in mathematics and Mildred Kelley Maryetta Smith

LISTINGS NEEDED FOR RENT-Furnlshed cabins and FOR SALE 1948 Chevrolet. Con Hester secretary different colors which resulted in science are being taken by students Gloria Broughton Varlena Becton. '" i
.
J. M. LANKFORD trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp tact Bob Overholt Jr. YU 2-5641 The summer bank account as it each making a color chart The who are Interested in broadening ," I

Itt. Rail Estate Brok.r YU 2-1111. tic AugSc now stands is $997.01. We have next day was spent coloring pictures their knowledge. The aroma of iron CHURCH NEWS ,_

9 East Sufirland Highway newly purchased a new water using water colors. In all the sulfide gas comes from em experiment New Bethel AME

Fin, Auto and General FOR RENT 2 and 3 room furnished FOR SALE 1959 Volkswagen rough fro the townslte pastureWe class has done a little free hand being performed by a senior, Rev. L. Hotme. Pastor ;

Insurance apartment Phone 21271. Camper in real good condition. have also put up one mile offence drawing weaving, paper mosaic, Dorothy Coleman who is taking Sunday School 9:30:

jtnn. !'Ia. Ph. YU 1-2181 tfc 27,000 miles. Phone YU 22891. tic at our new pasture in Dev modern mobles on hangers and chemistry. Others are finding the Morning Worship, 10:55:

FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer --- n'. Garden to be used for Ex- different types of paper cutting.: value of X and various lietral numbers Evening Worship 7:00: p.m. I

spaces. Royal Palm Trailer FOR SALE Parrakeets $2.00 members to lease from the chapter Driver Education in Alegbra I. Rehearsal for choirs, Wednesdayand I

Real! Estate Park. Phone YU 22603. tic up. Mynah birds African lovebirds for the raising of cattle or Driver education had its initial The students have shown exceptional Thursday nights. i

monkeys, cages, supplies.I crops after leaving school. Weave start at the Harlem Academy progress in their studies, You always welcome to wor-
ere
FOR RENT-Bedroom with private Pet boarding. Thompson Wild'' leased this land from the School on July 10th 1963 at 9 according to Mrs M. I, Black. instructor. ship with i

Specials bath Phone 2- 88L W E. Animal Farm. Phone YUkon tate, to be cut into 20 acre blocks a-m. This phase of general education From the Principal, A. A. us. II .

Bailey tfc 1236. tic I for' each Ex-member to take care is designed to meet the social Thomas come words of thanks to

FOR SALE FOR RENT-Trailer close to town. of and build necessary buildings need of our society If .the school the parents of Dorothy Coleman NAME OMITTED
'Suitable for Couple. Call YU 2- FOR SALE 17-4L boat with 73 and fences according to the use of is going to prepare youth and Mable Robertson, Johnnie Florence With much regret the name of
3 lota paved street fenced, 8251. tic HP Mercury motor and trailer.l the land-cattle or crops the demands
adults adequately to meet Williams, Winnie Dell Sheard Miss Dorothy Coleman was not
aDd pump, septic tank ando Priced to sell, only $765.00 Calf:I Our sincere thanks go to Mr. of our changing society: Delols Henry and Vlncie! Lee mentioned with the other members

0 >r Hose Trailer. 10' X Chuck Wells, YU 24501.: Ito Paul Akin tor" taking down one it is obvious that the school should] Vaughn for the Interest shown.In of the Coleman family in last

frailer Included. Total price ffilscenaneous for Sale! FOR. SALE Payroll envelopes, mile! of old fence at no cost to us. offer driver safety programs since this initial summer school pro week's Issue of the Clewiston' News.
We have also recently put down motor vehicles are used extensively. She is of Mrs. Eddie
,0. aDd take over Trailer printed wtlh form for social security gram. the daughter

nob. Terms to right parton /. withholding and other deductions. a new the well depth at of the S3 townsite feet. pasturet James Mason Peel Notes' Mae and the late Sam Coleman.

Box of 500. Clewiston Since it is obvious that we will There have been capacity crowdsjartlcpatlng
ITS. 27 in heart of town FOR SALE 1938 Pathfinder News We also are hoping to lease five the .
between
have more youth in the various activities
House Trailer: c..h'or terms. Office.FOR acres of land from US Sugar Corporation e'l PERSONAL MENTION .1
1 building! on It. Reasonable. of 18 and 25 operating motor conducted at James Mason
lift trailer hitch SALE for additional cane. Miss
Easy complete sugar and Angelyn Pohnson has returned
hides in the public streets Pool weeks. This
the two
Call with ekctrie brake. 12 ft. boat 17 ft., "Vanguard" fiberglass -2M acre to be planted for 1964- ) I over past to Philadelphia after a delightful
highways the following questions
and 7M HP' Evinrude motor. "Sports :Fisher". With long 85 harvest and the other 2M acre strongly suggests the success of vacation with her mother I I
Frank Denmead Phone YU 24091. tic shaft, 80 lIP Evinrude motor. in cover crops to build up the soil can be expected almost anytime: the learn to swim program over Mrs. Tommie Johnson and other
1. What, then, are some advantages
Electric starter and remote and be used to rotate the past years.Though .
planting
Mend Real Estate Broker con members of the family and friends.
?
at TO S-3421 FOR''SALE-116O 18-ft Owens fiberglass trols. White cushions and., top Covered I sugar cane. n, _, youth drivers possess large numbers are enrolled .She..was..accompanied on her return I
what
1 2. On the other hand, are '
inr-thfetxsses 121. /
boat with 80 hp Mercury foredeck contains 21 bunks. 'rplt
trip to Philadelphia by her
r tile fouewiag Associate electric motor with alternator and Windshield, head, running some of the disadvantages applied of participants continue to be thosein ''I I

JTAMTA-im JOHNSONTO trailer. Brand new windshield and many extras. Trailer lIIhtl'l I PUBLIC NOTICE to youth drivers recreational swimming whichis sister member Miss of the Maitlene 1963 Johnson graduating a '/

top. Motor has less than 100 hours with electric winch. 11.000.00.Phone In answering question Number 1 conducted daily except Satur- t
class of Harlem Academy '
CAUOLL
L BENSON running time. Can be seen at 721 WYman 8-2720 JullSc NOTICE OF INTENTION' TO w. can say some advantages :youth day. The beginners class for ages Mr. Robert Patrick entered
TC2-43ZS Cortex Phone YU 2-7151 or YU RBGISTKH FICTITIOUS iliA.. drivers possess are: U. is progressing at a rapid
s-zm. ticrrOBEruaiS.aui.S.BBiii FOR SALE New 13 ft camping The andr>lcn d doe hereby <.'- Usually they are in good health. pace, some 45 students enrolled Belle Glad Memorial: Hospital
.. are
trailer] Sleeps 4; ice box, stove, lily that ther are conducting a Oand They have excellent physical co Monday morning for surgery. The
I............. Oil Retail and Wholesale uln here.
...
..... family and friends are praying that
sink gas heater. Can be seen at ..* at Clewliton. Florida, under the ordination. Of the 85 students enrolled in the I
408 E. Sagamore. Itc Ictltloua name of \\I. Oil Co. keen minds and he will have an early recovery and I
: They
Ina, and that laid. I Ia eompee.dof possess advanced beginners class, 28 have I
soon return home.MARRIAGE .
the followingptrioni whoa quick thinking abilities status. Outstanding swimmers in
I name* and place o( r14noe are In number 2 I II
BUSINESS I I { a. follown aswering question this group are: Robert Corbett,Ver-
DIRECTORY Business Services S Jerrr MsM.111.1. Ralner Ralner, I we can fay some of the disadvantages non Briswell. Shirley Blackmon ANNOUNCED I R
applied to youth drivers are: Donald
Griswell
and
141 East lucarland Hwy I Evelyn Bald- Mrs. Lula Mae Austin and Mr.
Clewl.ton, Fiona Drivers between the ages of 18 I
SEE WALDRON'SMEATS Ownership of CUwUton Oil Co.. and 25 have serious accident records win.Personalities Clayton Mlxon: were united in holy I I
US FOR Inc. I* a* follows and included in the ad- matrimony July 11, 1963 at the i I
\ J I Ralnr f
10TTLEDGASAppliances AND GROCERIES REGISTER NOW dewiston :rry. *I* Ralner- Youth drivers like to show fof. vanced swimmers and life saving home of Rev and Mrs H. Smith.

School of Ballet Ages 4 and up. Clerk It I I'of our the Intention Circuit to Court apply In to and the Some general objectives) to keep classes are Helen Wilson, Michael The couple and the children are I

Open 7 AJl 8 P Jt Inquire: Janet Adams 3-1572; for Hendrr County, florid' to res-le in mind are: I Quentin Roger McCray Johnnie residing in Clewiston. Mr. Mlxon I
Sales-Service Barbara Comrie 24871. Aug 8 p t.r the Mid name the of CUwUton 011 of To develop in young people a Johnson, Mabel Robinson, Winnie Ia an employee of the usa Corp.
Co.. Ino., under provisions
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK A.U strong of Sheard, Barbara Wilson. Johnnie
SINGER SEWING MACHINE Chapt.r IOHS, law *t Florida sense personality and responsibility
of "". Wilson and many others.We .
for .
POWER GAS'ORPORATION'' representative will be at Gld- JERRY U RAINBT the common welfare Harlem Club
Your of Moment Picnic are especial proud of the
For Spur den Furniture Store each Friday MARDELL 1. RAINBT particularly as it is affected
CN as.June by and involved in the operationof adult learn to swim class. Reglstr Your Favorite Mixed Drink
: Four Miles East of<< Oewistoa or For call parts YU 2-8721.sales, service stop tic la IT, July 4. 11. II, MMWOTICR motor vehicles. ton! for this class remains open. Cocktails

or iviTiiJivTiovi' TO I To develop pride in maintaining Parents are invited to bring Fried Chicken Sandwiches

CALL COLLECT Bare Beach SPECIALTY SALESMAN!: REGISTER. und rlnd FICTITIOUS do. hereby I AMBTh er- high standards of performance their children and to watch classes Recorded Music, Popular Band

wth Bay! WY 1J.15U For agricultural field. Averageman tit)' that I am conducting a skating particularly, in the operation of as they are conducted.A Mr. and Mrs. Will Wallace
can make $8,000 good man Rink business at CUwUton of,8UOAR-Florida, motor vehicles special group selected Betty ProprietorsHilton's
under the fletltlou cams
win make 88,000 and top man will LAND ROLLER RINK and that said This course is divided .into two L Johnson end Mary A. Cotton
Attention CattlemenNew make $12,000. We have records to firm I* eompo... of the following phases. (The classroom phase consisting I."' the Best Dressed Swimmers

WANTED.ICustomers .! prove it. Our client is tops in Us persons r..ld.nee who art*a*names follow and places of of learning experience lee- during the past week.. Watch this -

b ,the ttaae te eeasoMale field and world renowned. This is Florida M. WhltUn iures, discussions and studies in column end the bulletin board as Grocery

rear debt with a teat tern farm a commlssoin Job. Accounts eetab- CUwUton 114 Eat Basamor, Florida Avcau traffic and accidents The second rour. name might appear :as the

ten. lew interest rates, with ished. Protected territory Must Own.nhlp of BUOARLAND ROLLER phase, which we refer to as practice beet dressed boy or girl .in recrea- Groceries Vegetables Fresh Meats
NO have car be bondable and shouldbe RINK It ai follows Jonal swimming. For this
Florida M. WhltUn driving will consist of actual honor Cold Drinks Essential Item
EXPERIENCE Federal Land Bank prepared to prove past perform. 164 Eat Safamor Avenue driving instruction in the auto theM young ladles will be awarded We Appreciate Your Patronage
1 ance. Write fury to McdeDajj CUwUton, FloridaIt two free to the
mobile. The passes pool.Band
classroom
phase of Mr
WriteW. I my InUnllun W apply to th and Mrs. Thorites rate
NECESSARY See er Associates, 740 Clay Street, Or. Clark of th. Circuit. Court In and this course meets Monday through
..E. MAYB.z 1 -ando.. No phone calls accepted for Hndry County, Florida to rs Friday 9 a.m.-U ProgramThe Proprietor
and 8:30
itr said name of Bufarland Roller p.m. band program started
)rdan &- Pridgen 6$6 Waleald BafldbgBrideatca. BLUM & SONS PLASTERINGVery tar Rink IOMJ under law the provUlon of Florida,of Acts Chap-of >.m. ::30 p.m. under the instruction July I, 1963 and will continue tin-on .

1ES BElVIa:. STATION Florida Best Work .'".. of Herbert Burrows. about half of the regular band 1
We Save You Money FLORIDA M. WHITTEN The practice driving phase of members in this program.We JULIA'SBEAUTY
CN au
CRY COUNTT Pastering. Simulated Stone July II. IS An*. 1./I. 111 this cots will begin immediatelyafter are asking the parents who NOOKFor
'Ie Stucco- Free EstimateLicensed the classroom phase terminates. plan to start their
& Abstract Co. NOTICH: children to act That New Look
EVINRUDESales and Insured I Bid. will b* received br the Bopervleor now in getting instruments, so that Tl ting Styling. Cutting
AMrieta-Title Game and .
buraranee 25 Years In Business of Clewleton DralnasDie Sport beginners Ne Appointments
might
rsbu,, BtenorrapherDvpUeattng trtet at th. Pletrlef office, 101 The summer get'a' foundation
3850 LOTS Street recreation
programat .VrUay and
during the Saturday
East Ventura Avenue, CUwUton, summer program.
1dn 8&g sad-Park Are. and ServiceNew Fort Myers, Fla. tic Florida'or.n II:00 p. U.. August 1. Harlem Academy started off For further information contact Mr.., Jolla Sale. Proprietor
e.175.. ,P. O. Bex Ml ED 7-0171 or OX 42874 ices l ( standard one-halt; ton with a bang July i, 1963, with
truck with the following
pickup
IUn 1111or and Used MetersMarkle epeclflcatlone: more than 100 boys and girls parJclpattng .
? Hardware SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom lu.ton pickup truck with standard in games and sports.
prompt. Efficient made Complete line of body and standard cab,
cargo '
During
Parts and Accessories th. followln.-qulpmntj our first six weeks NOTARY PUBLIC {
drapery and slip cover fabrics. plus :
Borne delivery Marine Safety Equipmentphoae A. S cylinder engine, The junior boys and girls seem to
$-5211 Free estimates. Can YU 2583tVan H. Oil FilterC enjoy greatly; the of bad-
TUkaa games
THKaOAMI batt., '
duty !
Cothern'f Custom Heavy ) '
BEKALDU Furnitureand Theodore R. Mack
D. Straight "r' beam front axle.E minton, volley ball ping pong and ,
R.E.WALDRONTampa Upholstery tic Leaf .prlnaJronl and rear relay in .,
games which take
Bobby Gidden F. Turn signals. they Macks t
O. Spare tire and wheel part in during the early part of the Grocery :
111 I-Ull H. Rear bumper- morning. I
Bide will be received on the bail Alabama'Ave.
Tribune LOST & FOUND of cash payment of the net difference The senior boys and girls occupy ; I
1 between the price! of the new the gym during the latter part of Harlem I
.
pickup and the allowance for th*
and dletrltf. 11(11 Chevrolet pickup the morning, partltlcpatlng in volley ey
truck and should specify the delivery ball, badminton horseshoe
Ft. Myer date for the new pickup. The
REWARD For the return of a CUwUton Drainage Dtatrict reserves basketball and ping pong. 1
h New Press black Chilhuahua female dog. tb. right to relict any or Our night activities have also
all bids, or to accept the bt or ELITE i
Home Delivery Answers to the name of Cookie. lowest b14.004RD. been a success. We have quite a GROCERY is I

W. O. CAMPBELL: Call YU 2-7238. Angle OF SUPERVISORS: OF number of teams participating\ in s I .
CbEWISTON DRAINAGE

I Phone 23791HATHCOCK'S DISTRICTBy. F. O. CONKUNO TroaiurerCNIU our and Softball girls taking league.part And in many basketball boys Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies I I j

and recreational dancing.We {
Miscellaneous wanted July II. 1MI sincerely hope that the boys Cold Drinks CleirUton News ;? I I I

HOTICK' and girls continue to take part InC n
Iqet This I I. public notlo* that I am .: Other
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AUTO SALES not responsible for any debt Incurred August 12. We are asking the I i
.. !EAVJCB by anyone except ntyeelf. parents to send their children out I

! WAITRESS WANTED-Apply in C.711 R.Atlantic JOHNSON to band practice. We have only; For Information Call YU 27651ICIASSIFIID'ADS 1

isto1i News OPEN ALL NIGHT person. Canebrake Restaurant CM 115July CUwUton. Florida these activities which have been I

_h..e 111 a-Ut1 -- IT. over Close tic U. ixi provided for their enjoyment:

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substitutes' Tonight and every night
; Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston Fla.il pay non-certificated! good night to go out tot moving( is I
t I Thursday, July 18, 1963 11.00 per day. 'Personilil
who -
Emergency teachers are l --
not properly certificated are not to : -
il bearing one may be needed, andIf P be employed for a period greater '
GLADES PUBLISHER ESTATE i'Rg''r
w so one can easily be built, since than ten consecutive school days
!the tract has railroad and power p in the same position and shall be Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hathcock and [ \
WILL TOUR RUSSIALuther facilities Gerber is confident thata paid 14.00 per day (See sec. Mr. and Mrs Raul Garza left Saturday :
plant will be needed .In the future 231.47 Fla Statutes.1> for a three weeks' motor
Jones publisher of the but, ht added "that Is years All properly certificated personnel trip ,to Mexico. They will visit relatives
; Belle Glade Herald, and Roy Van- away" Rank III or above (part- of Mr. and Mrs Garza and THIS EMBLEM
dergrlft, Jr of Pahokee will be The development of this tract time, "on call", or contracted personnel will do a great deal of sightseeingto !
f members of a group of 23 Florl- will be watched with keen interest, ), shall be paid in accordance points of interest in Mexico and ME W
i diana making a Person-to-Person not only by Hendry county residents with the salary schedule for en route. W
visit to Russia but by leaders in the citrus the payment of regular teachers L. F. Batastlnl of Fort Myrs
I The tour is a project sponsored industry, as it is one of the largest The resignations of Wilma Mayaand one of ,the owners of the Thrifty 0
by Commissioner of Agriculture plantings on flatwoods land In the I Wm. Courtney were accepted. Drug Stores in Ft. Myers, Punta
Doyle Conner to gain better state. Gerber said he will be in contact Appointments were confirmed for Gorda and dewlston is in Clew
knowledge of agriculture in Russia with leading agronomists and Joe Bundy Ernest Hill Janice iston substituting as pharmacist identifies
I and to spread knowledge of will advise them on type of plantings Thompson, Louise! Scarcella Dale during the vacation of Parker Wilson. yourWELCOME

American agriculture behind the etc. He will attempt to determine f tt I 1' ':: .llllllillliilmmiiiH! : ; Cannes and Durea Underwood. .

I Iron Curtain. I the best plans for the par-' 1"iIl:. '." ; :Hi1 I''''':'. '. ...'.:'... ..... ...t. s... .... '.. ;!:;.:::::I.f .. '" Attending the meeting were Mar R V. Cochran Mr. and! WAGON
Chosen for the tour are leading ticular location and type of soil, ) JQ ;:" '::::::::!: ::.::::;!* : '1 Ccpr'w'SerTiee.; : Chairman J. R. Spratt Mrs. Mrs. W J. Cato and Mrs. J. T.

I representatives of various phasesof etc.The .. ':' :'I.i"IIIN"I! :1":1'VQ ::i Blanche McCormick, Joe M. Hall Rudd were at Camp Blanding last SPONSORS ?
agriculture, scattered over men who head up this project \ SAID THE HOUSE WOULD RW FOR Claud M. Giddens and M.I. Elsie week visiting R. V Cochran and

Florida. Jones U a cane grower, have impressive backgrounds. ITSELFHOW rutch. attending his graduation at Officers
COME THE
BANK SENT firms of :
as well M. publisher& Vandergrlft Gerber Is an Indianian who came Training School of the Florida : prestige In the
represents the vegetable growers; ,I to Florida in 1956 He recently sold ME THIS BILL?' National Guard. ,I : busmen and civic: lift of i
other industries represented are an 800 acre tract near Fort Laud- Veteran UrgedTo your community.: .
Mr and Mrs. A. L. Johnson and
cattle citrus processing, poultry erdale, of which 400 acres was in
Certain
forestry etc.Leavln citrus and 300 acres in sod A packing Gerber, and will spend most of his Make family have returned from a weeks PAULINE '

New York on July 25th house was included in the grove time at the grove site although he Engineers ReportOn Beneficiary NamedIn vacation Mr. and at Mrs Fort Myers Charles Beach Newmanand Phone TU HOWElL 1-1851
the will make property. His other Interests will
group one day stops cov- continue to live In Fort Lauderdale -
in Manchester, Coventry London er a wide range of successful bus- the event of the death of an eon are at home following a
and Brussels, flying from that city iness operations. He is chairmanof Resident engineer for the project Water TrafficAn older war veteru. will his GI Insurance trip to New Haven, Michigan, to WELCOME: WAGON, ,
to Moscow. Their route then heads the board of the Great Northern I. Emile Yadl who came from funds be distributed in accordance visit his brother, James Newman,

south into the most southern portion Life Insurance Company which he Boca Raton, where he was engineer Increase of approximately with his current wishes of! and with relatives in and near
: of the Soviet Union to Budapest helped found and which ranks 7th on the Atlantic University i Not in more than 80 percent Knoxville Tenn. _
47,000 tons of hauled over
Ad-
Warsaw to West and East among 30 such companies in Ind- construction. Yadl has a very Interesting the Okeechobee cargo Waterway in 1962 the cases, says the Veterans Mr. and Mrs Chester Adams and
:ministrat'on as the result of a recent daughter, Durema spent Sundayat
Berlin. lane He is president and owner of background and speaks
is reported by the U.S. Army Engineer -
Jones Is taking with him folders the 125-room Gerber-haus Motel English French Italian, Portu Office, Jacksonville, Fla. i survey Fort Myers
showing Everglades Hotel in Fort VA had directed a reminder Mrs. C. E. Nail and Mrs Audi:
crop Wayne Indiana gese, Spanish, Turkish and Arabic under date of July 8th. The report The Don't be caught dead on your
farm machinery in use such as which he built ten years ago He He was educated in the Ameri- compiles the traffic moving letter to GI policyholder Hooks were visitors In Fort Myers seat belt Wear ttl!
24-row spray rigs mole drain machinery has a mnufacturlng and retail can Robert College in Istanbul through all waterways of the state, I 60 years of age and olderto Monday.
water control operations, furniture business in Indiana. He Turkey, and is a civil engineer a in tons check: on the beneficiary
and cane fields and processing Is president and majority owner, design and structural engineer and choices the veteran bad originally -
I He is also Polaroid As listed in this report, the well his selection
I taking a cam- of the International Protective CoatIngs iccountant. His engineering experIence made as as
(with which to make friends) Okeechobee Waterway was usedIn settlement Announcing the Opening of
era Corporation which was franchised has been in several!:countries, the the of a lamp
following during
and a 35 mm. camera which dealers manner over a period el
In 10 states applying including: Turkey, Australia Chile or payments
makes color.glides( hoping to bring Tllelze which is a tile-like finish Brazil, Palestine, and in Maryland. calendar year 1962, time.
back-complete( picture of the used on buildings swimming pools, Washington, D.C., Miami and oth- tons Inbound traffic 209.324 abort In BS percent of the veterans' Artcraft
; outbound traffic 39.24S short Upholster"Furniture
Russian and their mode of requested to
people etc. er U. S. cities Mr. Yadl is now liv- tons. replies, changes were
lite. Since coming to Florida he has log in one of the house trailers at bring the insurance settlement Inline
The plans to return in Eastbound traffic 5,657 tons: I veterans' current
group retained his Indiana businesses and the grove and will establish his with the
mid-August. maintains a bome In Indianapolis, borne in the area spending his full 450 westbound tons 17,271 tons; local 89,- wishes Rufus H. W lon, Manager and Auto Trim"

while establishing his Florida home time on the project I Veterans Administration Regions
Gerber RevealsContinued In Fort Lauderdale Contract for the land clearing The traffic for 1962 totalled :. Office in St. Petersburg, Fla.. 849 East Sugarland HighwayAll
has 351,947 short icon and for 1961 aid.
been given to Farm Land Development
With Ken Troxel, who has been Company of West Palm 304,391 short tons. Moat common cases were those types of auto and furniture.upholstery and trim
associated with him in Indiana for
( from rage One) 16 years and came .to Florida .In Beach, Dick Crocco owner. Crocco The in most the state heavily is the used Atlantic waterway in which marriage had the motherof subsequently work. Large selection of fabrics to choose from. .
has had I but
several years experience in taken place
stock grafted wtIh hamlin Valen- 1958 also he developed through the Intracoastal between .
cia and pineapple oranges ire being Welles Development Corporation a farm Florida.land development in South Fernandina Harbor Waterway and the St the veteran was still In listed numerous as a i Free Estimates-Prompt Service

used. The work will continue fine housing area known as Plantation Johns River which had a total of: chief beneficiary.the veteran had remarried .'
steadily until practically all of the Park considered of the other cases
one 881,602 tons second highest
1 ; was
but his former wife wa HARRELL
land is in citrus grove. finest housing areas In Broward Intracoastal Waterway Jacksonville the beneficiary.Under SMITH, Owner
listed
There are no present plans for County. Real EstateValue to Miami 612,904 tons; third i still as the law, the VA must
a processing plant of any sort said Troxel will be manager of the highest, St. Johns River Jacksonville make payment to the beneficiary
Gerber, but after the groves are.Hendry county citrus project, said to Lake Harney, 602,777; and of record, a. named la

Said fourth Okeechobee waterway, 351,. writing by .the policyholder

.1, 947 tons. Wilson VA emphasised.The will continue. to send a LOW DOWN PAYMENT

: $10/ BillionTaxable reminder to all GI policyholders 10

t 1t r School BoardCondoned years or older and will notify, other -

real estate hi Florida ... 4. "." policyholders as they reach Used d. Trailer .. t

t=. N was valued last year 'at' $10,22'000.000 ,- ( hem rage 1) their 60th birthday. 8x27 ................ $ 995.00
by assessors for tax gathering Younger veterans whose prevIous *
,
'
purposes the Florida State summer program there. beneficiary selection has been 8x37; ............ v.. sk09J.00
Chamber of Commerce reported The supplement pay to certain outdated by death, marriage, divorce -
j :' yesterday 'In its Weekly Business teaching positions i in- the school etc., may write directly: to 3 bedroom 10 wide, 1962.
: Review. Said the organization's system was approved as follows: I the office maintaining their Insurance
; : spokesman: ,Supplements for Teaching Person records should they wish to 35' to 55' new 10 wides
: "This sum Included the value of Del on 11 and It-month Contracts initiate a change.Servicemen .
T9 1H' the land plus the values of homes, Teaching personnel on 11 or 12 may see their Personnel Low down payment and low payments
BIGGEST buildings and property Improvements mos. contract: shall be paid at a Affairs or Finance Office
such u canals and dikes rate equal to 1/10' of their 10- for the same purpose
The figure showed a gain of almost month base pay per additional 10 wides start at $3500.
300 per cent: over a ten-year month worked. "-
Banker SpeaksTo

... IIN period."A Other Supplements'
DISCOUNTS number of factors Coaching All ClubsOther WORCEL MOBILE HOMES
combined to brine about the Head football coach and civic clubs in Clewlston
upward push In property one add. sport -$1.200Aut. have been Invited to join KlwanJ
values. First, the demand for Coach, two sports Club next Wednesday when T. c. 4390 Palm Beach Blvd. Ft. Myers

land Itself Is stronger; second, and over '. 800 Clark, assistant vice-president of Main Office 1130 N. Trail just
the number of homes and Aa t. Coach one sport 400 the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
1 TOWN buildings la usa war considerably Girls' Coach 400 Jacksonville Branch Is guest North of Edison BridgeRIIN;
greater than tea yean Vocational Agriculture 1100 speaker.
r pr "lousily. (plus travel as provided Mr. Clark will speak on the fed
"Another from Federal funds) eral reserve system and will illustrate -
force which
accountsfor Band Director .., 1100 his talk with a film.
Our lot is, loaded with cars and toward a part of the gain is the trend Driver Education Instructor>( (regular s
assessing property at its
full value. Today three counties session and summer session) Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Carlton and
1 to 49 pupils- 1100 children of Ocala spent last week
assess at 100 per cent value; 12 80 to 74 pupils ,,.... 000 In Clewiston visiting her parents
other assess at least 75
Bargains That Will of value and another eleven per cent fall 73 pupils and over*' 100 Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Redlsh. ST. G
(based on final report)
between 60 and 75 per cent. Summer Recreation Program:

"The value of homesteads' Rank II, for 0 weeks work f 6X(
exempt under Florida Law, Rank III, for 6 weeks work 1140

Save You $ $ $ and therefore a tax: writeoff, Summer Swimming Instructor I{ e
totaled $4,416,000,000 la the Harlem Pool 8 weeks work 1
L
state last year This, mm was (dates of opening and closing '
44 per cent as large as the of pool to be set annually by "Setinny Ecndry and Glades Counties"PROFESSIONAL
We must close-out the '63' to make room tax-paring real estate total School Board). Salary for Summer Boats Guides Gas Ice

f that year. la the l 50s. $800 Fishing Tackle Supplies 41
for the 1964 models scheduled to arrive homestead exempt property. Supervisor's Travel
stood as high as M per cent of County travel fjj 7-ttc per mile: Johnson'sFishing
the tax-paying property drop Outof-county travel 0 lOc per
soon. PRESSWORK
ping below M percent la 1981 mile Camp D
i for the tint time In recent SUBSTITUTE PAY POLICY CUwblon. Flo.

I I Many models to choose from .. Jean" It shall be the Board's policy to --- PRACTICAL .-

:' ..
Many more slated to cornel I Personal property and Intang- ---
I gible property (stocks bonds and

bank deposits) are not Included in PRICES. .
The Demand

Chevrolet Chevy Corvair these tabulations. For Stocker .



j i I Pontiac Tempest Oldsmobile BIRTHSMr. Cattle Is Heavy No job too large or

and Mrs James Davidson
'! I are the proud parents of a son. small. .
I born Wednesday, July 3, at Hen- The .
: F-85 Pick-ups and Big Trucks dry General HospitaL The baby Buy Only Whatever

r weighed nine pounds and has been Cattle You Want your printing needs,
named James Douglas you'll
t find us ready, willing and
Most of these Air Conditioned Dr. and Mrs. Charles Reid are
able
the parents of a daughter, Cathy to fill them I

Susan, who arrived .In Hendry General
Hospital on Tuesday July 9. Give us a call for free estimates
: j "Chuck" Wells She weighed eight! pounds at birth. Sales Every Monday At 1:00 P. M.
,
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gay of La-
Belle the arrival of
f announce a
,
II )1 I daughter on Thursday, July 11. The CLEWISTON NEWS
; MOTOR CO. Inc. in Hendry Genral HospitaL She ;
j weighed six pounds. 10 ounces GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. Phone YU 3-1201 Central Av a

", e Chevrolet, Olds, & Pontiac and has been named Debra Elaine. P.
0.
Box 1236
JU SALES.-SE=OICE-PACTS A son was, born on Sunday July Clewiston, Fla
., 14, to Mr. and Mrs. Carmelo Del-
Clewiston rheae WY win Bete Glade lie.tw PUBLISHERS: OF -
( Sugarland Hwy. gado in Hendry General Hospital HENDRY ''
XUNTy NEWs DICBA'1'(
: II none TU t-4501 Clewlston. The baby weighed! seven PHONE: OR 62541 GLADES COUNTY PHONE WB ..2821Page

f pounds nine ounces +aattnds

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