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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 36 NUMBER 34 C FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed Sea S49J. PJt Subscription $4.00 yearN


allege Fee


Sewer System Information In .

Homer ty will pay the ouUxf-dlstrlct fee .
I, Public instruction of Hendry for all students from the county .

t has Informed Edison Junior who wish to attend Edison Junior
t1,
K Jljeee officials that Hendry CowlGirl's College Question And Answer FormBecause
In addition to the outof-dlstrlct

fee which would amount to $40 per
Cotton CropIs academic year the Hendry County
Board will give additional financing of the large number of 25 foot lot, or $17.50 per year plus age, therefore effective July 1.

Pick aid to Edison Junior College Inquiries regarding the Installationof Interest for a 50 foot lot). 1963 the tax collected per year
Ready to based on the number of Hendry the sewer system and plant the 7D (Q) Must this assessment should be $57,800.00. Thin calculation -

agricultural ..itujoD County students attending. following information Is provided, be paid If the.property ewner discounts any increase of growth -
H the nation's for Dr. Charles Rollins said that the as taken from records of the Cityof does not connect to the collection of sales. Since the average cost
require a new area
: should Hendry action by the Board was evidence Clewiston system per year to retire the bonds Interest
of cotton
growing of their (A) Yes. The assessment must and principal is 21000.00
Catf might come to the fore withlie genuine Interest in the 1. (Q) What of newts-
area
be
junior college. Hendry be paid as it Is a benefit assessment the net remaining tax that can
County,
I I recently ton will be served by the sewage -
answer. withdrew from and It becomes a lien on the used for other purposes la $36.000.00
Cox. 12-year-old fifth gradentering the Junior collection system now under collected
JUDe which is the same amount
sixth grade next college district because DIRECTORS OF THE NEW BOLLES DRAINAGE DISTRICT are, left property
o ( plrtlcpa-j construction 8 (Q) Why Is not millare assessed at the old tax rate. Therefore the
ton) .
was a financial to
demonstrated that cot. right seated Julio Ifletiaas. 2 :yr. director: Robert II. Bass presi
lionth) has 'This (A) Phase I, of the overall plan to pay the cost 3 cent tax Increase on cigaretteswill
and mature In Henlt county arrangement helps dent 1-year director; and Bobby Paige, secretary S year dlnetor.Sherm.n .
11 wI1ll1'ow the Hendry with some modifications Is now (A) Millage) Is assessed to pay pay for the system leaving the
soil. At her home west County student, Hendry Kate attorney and Warren Craven, chief engineer for the
aunty June has a 24 Inch County, and Edison Junior College : district, are standing left and right, with the newly I elected officers at under construction. This covers general obligation bonds which same amount available for future
I CJewlston, generally a one block area on each pledge the total credit of the city capitol Improvements
from which she took said Dr. Rollins. "We certainly the Clewiston Inn taut week. The new district Involves some 20 sections -
flan plant appreciate the action of of land south of Clewiston. all In Hendry county The overallIrrigationdrainage side of Sugarland Highway as Money to pay revenue certificatescan 10 (Q) Who will pay the cost
leflrst bon last week
mature open bolls In various Hendry County in this matter." plan Is being prepared by Davis and Craven Engineers well as both schools, and Hendry be collected only from the of operation
22 other ,,
'ere are and at the completion of the proposed plans, bonds will be sold General Hospital. source of revenue pledged which is (A) Those being served will be

:ares of maturity, to finance the area Improvement. Landowner-members will pay canal 2. (Q) When will other area cigarette tax In this instance. charged a sewage service charge ..

Three I per-acre assessments to liquidate the bonds.-6TAFF PHOTO. be served ((4) WU1 all our cigarettetax each month based basically on the
gee Photo on Pate U.S. Bond .
Savings (A) The present Commission has In future years be used to water used.

I it April Mrs. Lutie Jprdan's fif- 16 Cases Booked no plans to expand the service, pay the bonds 11Q( ) What Is the amount of

i grade class at dewiston Ele- Sales Are JANET SIEWERTTO however, after phase I Is completed (A) No. The bonds sold at slightly this charge

.entaf7 School was studying Up and (In operation If request for less than 4% Interest. The first (A) It Is anticipated that the

cieIIct. Mrs. Jordan had among Sunday NightWhat service Is made and money Is years interest is less than $12,000 charge will be equal to the monthly -

Jther things! some cotton teed toe Purchases of Series EUS Savings Is probably a record for REPRESENT available the service will be ex- The principal on the bond IssueIs water charge, however a

it teaching aid. She gave June Bonds in July ran more than half city police activity was recorded tended. It is quite likely that the retired at the rate of $15,000.00 minimum bill will be $3.80 pat .

veal![ of the seeds and June a million dollars better than July Sunday night as Officer Charles older residential areas will not per ;year, therefore the tax re- customer; NOT DOUBLE THE .j:

aced I them In her experimental 1962, reports R. L. Markham, Tampa McClelland made 16 cases involv CLEWISTON be served for many ;years It Is quired to pay the bonds would be WATER BILL AS COMMONLY ,

Iot-I tiny bit of ground In the state director of Savings Bond ing wide of charges. quite likely that new areas to be $27,00000 for the first year and DISCUSSED. After the system has I
a range
r of the yard She tended sales. Charles Real 17, who recentlywas Mar Janet Blewert daughter developed will be served is it would reduce each year so that the been in operation if the revenue !''I
> plant and was rewarded this An H Bond decrease of $200,000 discharged from the Okee- of Mr. and Mrs. Walter would be feasible to install the last payment. would be slightly over exceeded the cost of operation the :it

Leek with an open cotton: bolL plus, left the combined score more chobee Boys School ran Into the Slewert .( Clewiston, has been collection system prior to con- 1500000. This is an average of I charge can be decreased.

[ 'The! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. than $400,000 and nearly six per- "jook box" at the MeW Root Beer chosen by Clamber of Corn- struction. $$21,000 per year for the twenty 12 (Q) What will he the cost -
Cox, she has a curious: cent above last year's volume, added stand and was charged by the of- mere representatives as Clew- 3. (Q) What will Phase 1 now I years. The city now receives about I of the operation li liA I II

I and likes to "see for her- the director. ficer with destruction of public ..&oa's contestant for Okeecho- under construction cost? I $36,00000 per year cigarette tax I ( ) The engineers estimate the", ::1

She has various oneofaI According to the report, Issued property. leaving the scene of an bee Waterway Boat-A-Cado (A) The engineers estimated the based on the 5 cent per packagetax : following: ]

I plants in her plot, but the as of August first, for the seven accident and driving while Intox Queen cost of the collection system at or $1,200.00 for each rent tax Operating labor (part ) ,: A i ... ''I

slag of the cottopr boll pro- months of the )'e.r->>date E's icated. He was accompanied by $$226.000 The actual low bid was 'I per year. The last Legislature In- .... $4,20000' \ '

hied. her greatest (agricultural continue more than 15% higher. Jimmy Frier who was charged Miss SIewert is presently 20200000. The engineers estimated creased the tax to 8 cents per pack Electric power $5.800.00 I

1 to date. Lower H Bond purchases cut this with resisting arrest after striking working as a secretary for the the cost of the sewage treatment I Chlorine and Chemicals -.$840 00

I Many of Mrs. Jordan's students down to a net 9.5%; gain. I the officer and public drunk- Okeelanta Sugar Refinery and plant at 118000. The actual Plant Maintenance -_. $60000 ,
M never seen cotton seed before Hendry county reported sales of eneas. plans to enter Florida State low bid not yet awarded Is 196,- Seminoles Plan Line Maintenance $60000

e classes in April If any of them $43,477 for the 12-month periodending As the result of accident in University: at TaUahasee In the 900.00. Other cost will be engineerIng Commercial Lab expense -$360.00
July 31, 1963 an Increaseof an fall. The bhie-eyed blonde supervision and Inspection,
uve never seen cotton growing, Billing, collecting: and .
front of the Clewiston Bar Matt II
L'uoe Invites them out to take a 5.8 percent over the $41,176 reported -II Stanton Sr.. was charged with driving measures 3444-34. legal, financial administration Interest Dania PowWowBilly administrative $1,20000 i.I

for the previous year. bonds during construction, Insurance .. .. $500 00
while intoxicated and careless Miss Slewert, valedictorian ?? ? 1
and other miscellaneous. The total Total ....... .., 13900.00
driving resulting in an accident ef last years graduating class cost Is estimated slightly Osceola. chairman of the It
over
4-H Clubs Plan Stanton smacked into a car owned win attend opening night fesUrUUs 40000000. Seminole Tribal Council has ex- 13 (Q) Is there any chargefor

Kiddie Carnival .by Paul Bowden. _; and 1bslQa.ea contestla .. t,. (Q1.JI'1P.1I'U1.t1aIa"t. be tended; an Invitation to the public eonMctlng to.the.sJ.temt. .. I
: "
1 0 toSrttend
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PobllC'drunkehesi charnel Vefre Ft.'Ttfyers'SiTriaiyrAiC'gnst the Seminole Pow-Wow (Al') Those propertiM.being'assessed -* "
paid
Camp Outing I placed against Alonzo Padgett, 30. The winner win be I on Saturday' August 24 at'-the frontage may connect without II
(A) A
At Center ToniteSenior Boys and girls of the Glades I I Howard Sutton and Otis Ricks; r selected by popular vote at the 1300.00000 revenue on certificate future cigarettetax Issueof Dante Indian Reservation. Festivities charge except for a .small per I
and 4-H clubs Walter Marshall was charged with Boat-a-caders kick-off ban will began at 1:00: a.m. The mit fee, however, the customer
Hendry County are will
of ,
pay most the cost. Since
week's I unlawful speed; Mary Lewis, col- quet. reservation Is located on U.S. 441, must have the Installation made
for
making plans a outingat this
tax
members ef the Weth- belongs to the city as a
,
near Hollywood. '
ored, with no driver's license, by connecting to the city laterals at
enld Camp Cloverleaf at Lake Placid whole all citizens
Youth Board have a part In
are preKfUni Camera fans are especially In-
the officer. : the line
a Summer Festival according to Frank Polhill, Queen Is Sought paying. the cost. All property. thatIs vited to take pictures of the color- property
In
a Saturday night escapade
14 (Q) When can this be
county agentPolhill
Cimlnl served
at the or that fronts the
center tonight on ful festival hear Chief Billy Os-
Phillip Joiner colored drove over
krtwtta the hours ef 5 and 8in said that the combined I For Water Circus streets or alleys where the collection ceola, see the beautiful Indian done
the curb at and after
the Canebrake
will to the on (A) When construction is
.
go camp completed
'for Preschool and HenUry groups lines are Installed will be assessed princesses and Billy Bowlegs 102
School boys and Tuesday and return home Saturday entering the package store : Contestants Interested In being a front footage asessment. year old senior member of the sometime after the first of
with a combined group of I created a disturbance which resulted queen of the Water Circus which The total I of such assesmenta Is tribe. next year. The city will publish

lirU.Hoi about 75 youngsters expected to In charges of public drunk- 1 will be held Monday night are about $96.00000, thus those who minimum requirements and procedures

don, Cokes snow attend. I eness, resisting arrest public profanity I urged to register Saturday at the receive the most benefit the for connection and set up

etIItt wW be sold at nominal The young folks will enjoy skiing and driving while intoxicated. C. S. Mott Swimming Pool between moat cost. The balance of pay the coat Funeral Services adequate Inspections. After the system .

ben and a large number ..fmlllni swimming, boating and other ,I McClelland and Chief Wendell 2:30: and 1:00: p.m. will be paid directly by the city is completed reasonable time
| booths" are being supervised recreation under the direction -[ Whaley made the arrest : Contestants must be; betweenthe from cash on hand in capital expenditure Held will be allowed for connections.

glIDed to entertain the of Polhill and Billy Bass, I ages of 6 and 10 years of age funds.S. Tuesday For Connections after this time will

Mounters. Tickets will be Glades county agent Mrs. Polhill and are urged to wear a bathing (Q) Has the city applied for probably be charged a fee to be. .
M|< at the door for five and will also accompany her husbandas VFW Post Seeks suit The queen selected that afternoon Federal assistance? Martin L. GoodwinFuneral established later,

In seats and every partictWtwOl one of the adult chaperones. I I I will receive a prize according (A) Yes, Federal assistance If 15 (Q) Why were the streets

be winner ef a prlie.ictwilinf Ii i II I Emergency ItemsPost recreation to Woody Carruthers assistant available' will be a maximum of morning services at Pattlson were held Funeral Tuesday paved and then torn up again. ?

to Eagene Fuller I director. 40% (A) Several miles of
[ rtmiUos. director. Tomato Growers; f surgeon Bill Bass of the The Water Circus, which will of the treatment plant or Chapel for Martin Luther Good- about to streets were
deteriorate these
Hawkins-Kirk-Gordon Post 4185 of 'began at 7:30: will be prefacedwith about $38,000 to $40,000, which win 69, who died unexpectedly of an were
PreeeecIa will be applied to- in FeldaA the Veterans of Foreign Wars has I a "carnival half-hour" featuring could be used to retire bonds faster a heart attack early Sunday. morn- recapped last spring to keep them
Meet from
Wards expenses ef the Snm- announced that the local: post will : animals and the sale of snow than scheduled ing. completly deteriorating. Only,
aer Festival (Q) What to the front foot a small portion of these are beingcut
Dance for the
meeting of tomato growers be glad to receive discarded cones, cotton candy etc. Mr. Goodwin had been residentof
"rt and the
school Youth Center crutches, walking and other Some 20 assessment? contract providesthat ;
canes children
August including
1 Thursday. Clewiston for the
held today past sevenyears
''.bers.i will be (A) Approximately $3.SO front these will be repaired. I
for the clowns per
at parapeiglc appliances use will take part In the waterprogram.
Folds
in he retired welder of
22 at 8 00 ; was a
: p.m M
(Q)
Where will
... foot A 25 foot lot would 187.50 the treatmeet I II
loan basis.
of residents on a Those who are taking pay
the Community Center accordingto the U. S. Civil Service department.
of these and a 50 foot lot would $173.00. I plant be located
Undergoes Anyone having any part are swimming team pay
Surgery Frank Polhill. county agent members a Veteran of World War I, Mr. (A) On the East
I i *.>. Pam Moody of Clewiston. Dr. Paul Everett of the Experiment items available should call YU 2- and boys and girls who have 7 (Q) How most this b. paid Goodwin was recipient of the Civilian '! industrial canal city, limits Westof .1

f patient at Duke Hospital Dur- Station in Immokalee, Pol- 3672 and they will be picked up. recently completed swimming instructions (A) In cash when the assessment Meritorious Award during south of U. S. 27. several blocks

"C., is scheduled for major hill and Don Lander, Collier County privilege in the summer recreation Is completed, adjusted and approved World War II after having been a 17. (Q) will It give off
an

Lw Friends mar write to her In varieties, diseases and Insect right Protect that privilege by Donations of hue for adults sac: I owner it can be paid in ten equal the Japanese while working for (A) Not -
.111" of the with other cultural complying with ,all of the rules ofaalet. for students and lOe tor preschoolers yearly installments plus interest: that can be detected
Arthertlc Clinic at the control, along the Navy. He wu a lifetime member away from the plant site. 'I
tal } will be accepted. ($875 per year plus interest tore
.
of the
practices.Undisturbed VFW and the American 18 (Q) Are the present lines
Legion. He was a member of the of adequate size?

I of Shouting Sirens Firemen and Photographer I First Methodist Church of Clewis (A) The plans were drawn by. I .
Sleep Inspite ton and the McRae. Georgia Masonic qualified engineers Inspected and
Lodge. I
approved by the Florida State
Survivors Include Ms widow, : Board of Health which would not

M I Marie Goodwin of Clewiston; two have approved the plans u they ..'
daughters Mrs. Charlotte G. Aubrey were not adequate.

>> of Johnstown._ Pa. and Mrs.Martha ;,
( O. Adams of Hampton,
Va; two brothers D. C. Goodwinof
Choir ;
Silver Grove Ky., and Alfred Presents : .

Goodwin of Jacksonville Fla.;
s4I three sisters Mrs. Nettle Davis and

Miss Anne Goodwin of Perry, Fla., Special ProgramAt
and Mrs. Jesse McLure of Johns

town. Pa; also six grandchildren.

: Pallbearers were Elbert Jordan, Baptist Church I

I iH, Bud Pritchett, R. C. Nowllng, Carl

+y Ti t Thomas Richard Baker and Wendell Thlrty-flTe members of the
1 Whaley. Sealer High School Chop el )
tlM / Jra Rev. Richard O. Knight pastor the Mabel White Baptist

.y ;, t of the First Methodist Church officiated Church Macon Georgia will

e a r at the services and burial present a special' martial program
qiF was In Rldgelawn Cemetery with at the FIrst Baptist ;

Pattlson Funeral Home la chargeof Church Friday Angus 13 at
+}-NrnrJrr arrangements. $:00 p.m. i
,
.,r ;

The public U cordially Invited ,
Boat Club
PlansAnnual
U hear this entstaadlng .a.

PicnicThe group and their varied mm*. i I
.airTl yaw oY' Clewiston Boat Club is planning sal selections. They are ea- ,I i

to have its annual picnic this hate back home after making )

1 Sunday' at the Boat Club site. Rib appearances along the east

). will be the main dish. I coast to Miami. .JJ

111 h1wo: Firemen answered the alarm abort 3:1: a.m. and heated water damage pstalrs.. .In the center photo. Meanwhile. and AD their members of the Boat Club The young folks W
.... A9ueteated: IAt1L\L.OAD. wlaDe ... extreme the boning mattrets Is reem 14. Charlie Martina Is.hewn Ronnie. Damns -year-eld son of Ralph Damon, continued attend. families are Invited to housed by member/ of A* s .,

.... s zamal laa... interest .toI7.. .. mining dews the stairs with the mittreis fat the te ...... through the entire episode .hi the room directly After Serving the time is 1 p.m. chunk for the aJght. and will !
fb.ma.0aa math557tee picnic,
fey received miner bares te tile The mattress continued to born brUfIy wader the fire. a meeting wIll be treated to a bar-b-qoed....
left. Needless
fir. at the to say he was' the only. one to be held
mw Uae ....... ..... wWa .....D7 Dlctore m the yard as the firemen removed tt wttkent canslng. eomplUh, this In. the entire kIldIq..ftAJ'l'. .. PHOTOS.ao- j will where be officers for next per st Ute chart prior-t. theprogram.
W. year elected.
after Iae feD asleep wiDe tm.ttsg M *** .. rN

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h I several things, including quotas would again be Imposed on don't you apply for officers'choolT Drive for allyou're To relieve the Initial
& Two THE CLEV7ISTON NEWSThursday dewiston, FlaI ed havoc with capture, sharks shock
-it U I August' 22. 1963Clewiston ripping the revival' tent in Florida and Louisiana for the first You'll set much better worth today. at Marlneland of Biorijfor exh1bit
back of Chuck Wells Motor Co. A time since 1941, but the exact pay. eaJa.,
.1 ,I large gaping hole was torn in the amount of reduction: in acesge, They didn't know it, but at the Around tomorrowYou ed with a sedative The clrulllled 1
which will be has not time I had quite a roll In the ol' ta sprayed over the gills
wind and required
the tent
I north end of by "
The News rain Friday night been announced j .khaki pocket A Capt at the camp win stay deliver a knockout: Punch tahig? too 5
: The All-Star midget game was The American Legion Junior'Baseball 'may have had a beautiful pair of pound shark In a minute or leer
district ban on his shoulders, but a few ::
j postponed until Saturday night and team which won a --
''I "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clevnston cramped weekend plans of many title but lost to Key West in'nights before I'd had a beautiful
of dice in hands. They
pair my
families. the area meet was'taken to the
and Hendry County. hot I had to handle 'em
Having rlden along to baseball Little World Series game in Miami. were so
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston, I fame with the Kiwanis midget lea The Girl Scout Little House was with cloves. And I'd haw won the
\ Florida, by The Clewiston News Inc., a Florida Corporation. guers coaching the Blue All-Stars completed on the playground, and Capt's. bars, too, except that WIcouldn't
; Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post Saturday night was considered to requests made for donations of get the pins out from un-

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 1, be a breeze and it was, but furnishings.Mrs. der his shoulder blades.

j \ 1879. not untill a great deal of "sweating Isabelle Chandler and children Yes, we privates made quite a e -
t I'"' NATION At EDITORIAL I out" was done while behind 5 to left for Key West to make name for ourselves. I even had o

I ( fc. fl I.rW *sO* aO..a pRib 3 to Ernie Miller and his Red All- their home the' supreme distinction of being y4rya
J i A S N ,0 Stars. I|among a group of privates who E

'were solely responsible for the SPEND YOUR VACATION IN

) MtMIU FCiIVer C . . . . .. FULLER'S FOLLIES !:war's sudden termination. LAKE WoRTHF Ij
!!:r ; BERYL BOWDEN Publisher to 0 y : The main decision to bring the '

1'1, S. H. STALLS. Managing Editor O ..61 I If s History Now j By At FULLER I II I I war to an immediate close came Very seeker of also belly will enjoy Lot.000 SENTAL 1
'v'; "l: 'about in a small burg In western Worth. Oohleedieg sail end beak water flak.
Subscription Rates ... ....... $400 per year rlo"% for : lOW
!li! Hooray us privates I!I Germany, where a group of us privates : lea, municipal: plw, MM md pool mint.mlng RATES
.
,:'1,,, (Return Postage Guaranteed) THIRTY YEARS AGO Did you read where the army were relaxing after a hazardous .....1I.g. golf; ttnnti. ihufflabaard end I Daily/WMUy.
.Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 From Clewiston News has developed a fantastic camera TIt mop-up operation. "Mop-up I I planned. social ortMtlw. I WRiTe TODAY!
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves takes 8 million pictures a second -'
," August 18, 1933)) I operation" means that when the I I. Coaptratian CITY OF
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! This alone doesn't mean too
TKE NEWS ..iume no reiponilblllty for the return of unsolicited Major B. C. Dunn district en- much as wondrous gadgets are bad mens are chased out you tearwhat's I soot :: MlP WOlTHEfJRllJ4
manuscript or photoiraphi gineer, Corps of Engineers andJ. left of the town apart looking Slat. 'IcICI I
THE NEWS aaeumen no financial ruponiibllltjr for typographicalrror popping up every day now. But misSed Heart the Palm Beaches
Se- for refreshments they r r r r of _.
: representing
H. Shoenberg
I t or ommiselon. In advertisement I but It notified I of such error. ba- when it noted that an army PRIVATE r :tI
ion the next Uiua of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the cretary Harold lickes, department this invention The main reason to blast away like SEND Felt IROCHUU AND ACCOMMODATIONS DATA .
6 advertisement In which the error occurred. In the event a time element Interior made official was responsible for mad is to keep the enemy so occupied ] Chanter .1 Commerce,Dept OH Lake Worth Florida e"M
of the an
I would render the correction valueleei, the New. will reduce the price it stood out as worthy .. '.
of the advertisement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total inspection of the lake section_and he won't have time to con L.------------- '
news.
pace a. the erroneous or omitted copy r. r..ented. sume all the goodies.
: the new dike being constructed.H. I Officers have always hogged the
rj' J. B. Scharnberg returned line light, and it's about time people 'I Well, this party somehow got -

j' !:. A Little Walk Around Yourself. e. from a escaped visit to Cuba death where at the he hands narrowly -I realized where the real credit very mucn out of hand to the point
lies I they could hear us all the way to MM
When you're criticizing others and are finding here and of a frantic mob of Machado enthusiasts Even my parents had the wrong Berlin. (And that's when Hitler

I! there a fault or two to speak of, or a weakness you can tear; Intent on taking the life attitude during the war. When I decided to blow his brains out.) .
When you're blaming someone's meanness or accusing of Oreste Ferrers former Cuban came home for my last leave before Our Capt. staggered over to our
R one of pelf, it's time that you went out to take a walk: around secretary of state His baggagewas urplng all the way across the Jolly group and exclaimed "By 9: +
yourself. destroyed by mobsters who Atlantic, my folks didn't seem impressed gosh this war had better be over
all and thought it belonged to Ferrera. over that single stripe on soon or you guys will drive me
: j There's lots of human failures in the average of us I
ji' Campbell Nail and Frances Mun- my sleeve. ((1 had another one batty!I" Just then he received a _
: lots of grave shortcomings in the short ones and the tall; t
married in Miami by the
roe were which down back but
ran
my its that surroundedand
message we were tit
I But when think of evils should lay the
we men upon
Rev. W. B. Furgess of the Com- didn't show up until later.) had been given an ultimatum
shelves l it's: time we al\\ went out to take a walk around our munity church of dewlston. to surrender. f

!,j' sa ve'. Mrs. A. W. Lawrence was honored They tried to inspire me. "Why The Capt. exploded like a ban-
We need so often in this life this balancing of scales this at a shower at the home of deller of nitro. "What! And be

: seeing how much in us wins and how much In us fiats; Mrs. Leslie Miller. Miss Boncecll cooped up with this bunch of lunatics r' I I
r ; Before you Judge another Just lay him on the shelf, it Stone( and Mrs. Van Cothern were for the duration! NUTS!

would be a splendid plan to take a walk around yourself. hostesses (This last word was recorded for
-COPied I Miss Bea Kettl and George Yon posterity and you've probably read
I were married Saturday. August 19 about it.)
s I b1 Father Francis J. Finnegan in I Ihhh
i urged the Naples City Council to r
i St. Margaret's church. Minutes later the Capt single-
: proclaim a six-day period as an handedly! tore the lines
v annual "Have The Will To Pay An I enemy APT. MOTEL
Sonny SezThe I apart, kicked over Tiger tanks like
& TWENTY YEARS AGO
Old Bill" week. The editor noted fOF
(From the Clewiston News they were toys and shortly there- IN THE HEART THE PALM BEACHES
that no organization would tackle after smashed down the gates of Injoy a weekend. or week ell .lovely. Super ''ole.... M Id.*
August 20 1943))
the universal problem and said Berlin with his bare flats. Boy, "..,., .1. the faint S>ackit. Rely| In the canfarl' of your ewe
approaching city election Is "let it be clearly understood that O. Willis Tyson general manager was he frantic.If wl,eI l rao.**. ffklmcy Mil .bedroom parHMHt with taking
"i of vital importance to the residents this discussion of an unpleasant of Riddle McKay Aero College died it wasn't for privates fMllitln. Air Conditlofled with twinning. pool and prlvaltbeach. ,
giving
; and businessmen of dewlston, as subject is not motivated by anger In the base hospital of Dale Mabry our Capt. such us inspiration we'd Nearby Hiding' golfing, end boating.

those who are chosen to serve on or a spirit of vlndictlveness. It is Field, in Tampa Florida, from Injuries ,probably still be blasting away .\. .... SEND FOR FREE BROCHURE AND RATES...
: the commission have the power tot rather broached in the hope, that received in a plane colHs- And mopplng-up. George Apt. Motel' .
i:, make or break the town with their an honest look at the problem! will Ill Inlet Way Pkeee. Ana c. .M .
decisions. perhaps bring about some solution Ion.U.. S. Sugar Corporation began fain leach Sho,.., Florida. HIJJ3INAM

The operation of dewlston is that will prove of benefit to the a cattle feeding project that will PIZZA Na 'M" (.
"big business" and a great deal entire community." produce approximately% million ) party_
t of knowledge and judgment is required dewiston is indeed fortunate in pounds of dressed beef annually ADDRESS
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) with no room for snap decisions having a Chamber of Commerce for a country that doesn't know J. -1\/ ft'\ 4 .; Sugarland PharmacyYU
or Sunday morning quarterbacklng. and a group of merchants who are where its next steak is coming JAMES WAYNE MORGAN Child,.... CITY STATS .

willing to tackle this problem lo from. Jay W, Moran said approximately 2.3311 I
It is the vital responsibility' of cally. Credit has ruined many bus- 6000 head of feeder steers Graduates From
cii b every registered voter to cast their inesses in that the owner must pay will be fattened in conjuctlon with
i r ballot on September 3rd not for for his merchandise whether or not the company's dry lot feeding project Medical ProgramJames
one candidate as some are being he can collect for it after it is Wayne Morgan son of
encouraged to do but for sold. Credit or rather extended War Ration Book No. 3 will be Mrs. Ethelle Morgan of Clewiston,I
l i, three as there are three offices to credit, pt events merchants from used for meat next month annaun- graduated with honors from the<
be filled. To vote for only a partial putting available capital into new ced: the Office of Price Administration. Medical Technology Program ot
ballot is shirking of responsibility merchandise which would increase the Florida College of Medical
i and duty. patronage. Mauryne Ann and Louise Prewitt Technology, In Miami on August
A day in dewiston such as Mikeis left for Columbus Miss., to '
Mike Chance editor and publisher suggesting in Naples probably spend a few weeks with their aunt 16th.Morgan, a 1962 graduate of Clew- _
of the Collier County News, would help us aU . those who Mrs. R. W. Watson. Iston High School was president ot :
+ has taken :the bull by the horns in need to pay and those who would the Student Body during his termin 1 -
I Naples and launched a campaign like to lower the .accounts receiv- TEN YEARS AGO school. He will be employed with!
with toe paper to overcome "the able. (From the Clewiston News) a Lake Butler Hospital as a medical _
problem of abused credit. -ss- The US Department of Agriculture technician aftera brief vacation -
Chance with his Sunday Issue Weather over the weekend play announced that sugar cane spent at home.
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of Democracy Jehovah' I Clewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page "ThreeThursday. ;

August 22, 1083

Theme ChangedIn Return from I

a by recent Doug communication PWircy, State received Dewlston delegates have 'I

Chairman of the Voice of DemocracY ed home from a three-day | t
Contest. It WM revealed that bly of Jehovah's Witnesses '

the National Headquarters of the Orlando August 18-18. The -
Veterans Foreign had bly Is sponsored by the .- LOCALS '
the the
changed theme of 17th er Bible & Tract Society -

annual Voice of Democracy; Contest York -

This the subject will beth : Robert Osborn, :
year
Challenge of Citizenship." ter of the local dewlston I Members of the Junior boys classof granddaughter. Ann Mount returned

I 'The contest, which is open to all I gat1o had charge of the : the Presbyterian Church spent with her for i visit. David Bryan
10th, Hth. and 12th grade students I(Service department Jack I Tuesday; In Lake Placid as a result and Terry Mount arrived ;yester-
foe county high schools, is i :local Oewlston school of winning an attendance contest.Mr. day for a visit and Ann will return *

radio to script writing one In which served In the cafeteria : and Mrs. Kenneth True and with them.
various school winners on a which provided for the children of Tallahassee are VisitIng L. A. Cobb visited relatives in
local the level present a tape on the more than 1,000 her parents :Mr. and Mrs. J. Miami a few days last week. ,
subject This. In turn Is Judged on tendance. Mr. Willis was of J Geiger this week Mr. and Mrs. Clarence George i

Post level, by an Impartial groupof mented by the :Mr. and Mrs. Stevo Johnson of were called to Birmingham, Ala.,
a local citizens. for his outstanding Gainesville pent the weekend visiting because of the serious illness of her

county winner' script will ment in the deep-frying their parents, Mr. and Mrs.Edgar slater;
The
sent to the district: where ment. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Brien, a partner with Cecil -

>thenwill be placed in competition Osborn presented a Foy Durrance. Parkinson la the old Clewiston

with other Post winners. Friday evening on the Misses Margaret and Francis Supply Company the 1920's, visited -

The district winners tape will Ministry School. Osborn Morgan spent a week at Ft Myers in Clewiston Thursday

then 'be Judged on a State level, ert OverhoU. Jr., also), Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Wilson Miss Judy Bembry spent last
with the State winner getting an all in the demonstrations Joined them for the weekend. week in Orlando visiting her sister -

expense trip to Philadelphia and gram presentations. $. HOMER Mrs. J, W. Doty and son WllUard Mrs. Jesse Sparks and fam
JUNE COX. 11 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. AND 351
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Washington, as well as a chance to gates from the dewlston returned last week from a vacation ;
COX. proudly displays maturing cotton bolla on a plant which she grew ily.Ricky
win one of four scholarships ranging gation also assisted in the : from seed. There were S3 bolls which were beginning to open last I to poinU of Interest in the States Hornsby Is at home with
in value from 15,000 to $1.500: unteer departments<< that enroute to Canada.Mr. his parents Mr. and Mrs. H E.
week at the time this photo was made.-STAFF PHOTO.
December 20th, 1963 Is the
line for the local: contest regularly assemble "I1erI4a'I' I I Wednesday; for a vacation trip from the U.s. Marine Corps.
I
-- Methodist Plan Evelyn Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Ray for a few days In the Smoklet.They Mrs. S. H. Stalls and daughters
Lee, Mrs. Urcel Rowdier Mr. and will return home this week- Donna and Kathy spent Thursday
Youth Week Mrs. Bob McColley, Mrs. Richard visiting Lake Placid. Miss Mary
Plans are underway for Youth Pape, Mr. and Mrs Bob Pearce, I end.Rev.
and Mrs. I* T. Fagan left Kay; Dreisel returned home with
Week to be observed at Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sexton, Mr. and
Activities
18 Clewiston Monday; to visit relatives them to spend a week as houseguest
Wendell Whaley, Mr. and
Mrs.
the First Methodist Church, August
I In different points of Florida. of Donna,
Mrs. Sonny Stalls, Mr. and Mrs.Robert
29, according to Rev.
!, ; 25 through Rev. Fagan retired from active:
Richard O. Knight, pastor.A Welch Mrs. Joe Bundy: ,! Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Waldron,
ministry Sunday and will be moving
.- supper will be served each Mr. and Mrs. Woody Carruthen, from C ewlaton.Mrs. 'Joy Waldron, Thadene and Kay
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stratum Mr. A. P. and Joel Fin-
.. : evening, with fellowship singing, Wynn, Wynn;
and Mrs. Wm. E. Perry, John returned I last week at Ft
a study "Quest Class" on 'Right Belle Bryan Thursday oft spent MyersBeach.
IH YoorTr d.' II Worth More Thw Required Stltt, Miss ElIse Aytes, Miss Dura
SAVE of Choices", varied recreation: anda from Brantley; Ala., and her .
i Payment, We'd Give You The Difference In devotional period being observed. ,Underwood. Gerald Hargrave. Mr. I
and Mrs. Delmon Endlcott. Miss I
The Lake Harbor and Moore Haven
Janet Siewert and Mr. and Mrs.Walter .
., groups will Join with the Clewis
: : ton ;youth and participate in the Stewed AN ENDLESS TASK
program under the direction of
Mrs. Frank Zemonek, Mrs. Ken- MetThe tits seems to be the weekly wash
neth Walker, Mrs. Robert Welch, Altar Society Dirt, grime and stains turn I
ifrs. Larry Lee, Bill Baker and executive: board of the st. bright new clothes Into an unsightly 1 1I

: of Woody; Camithers who represent Margaret's Altar Society:' met Wednesday heap each week. Our
14 at the
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August
night,
: the three age groups. sins in the sight of God are I I
C. D
home of the president Mrs.
: The WSCS Circles and women oi Mine. dirty linen. The only way the :i

the the other churches are providing Business matters and activitiesfor : spots of tin can be permanently ,
ire rna the meals. The week's activitieswill ,,
TMs s the coming :year were discussed. c4- removed ts through accepting i
sea reaeeor tw RIGHT get underway Sunday evening Those present were Father Connolly Chriit as Saviour.
U NOWT with a picnic supper in the patio Mrs. C. D. HIne, Mrs. E. L.
,
| ciwa sat Mde-liul behind the Church School Annex Holoubek: Mrs. H. J Andrels. Mrs.C. "Who his own sef,( bore our lint In hit own body on the free,

odM sirs boll Msh elyM md finish the evening by churning J. Nielson, Mrs. Jack Davis, that we, being dead to tint; thouldive/ / unto' righteousness" by i
C oturo Se* "*"** >< : home-made ice cream. Mrs. Richard Degler, Mrs. DanMcCarthy whose stripes' / we are healed/ I Peter 2i24 -I"
u.nei.t
and Mrs. Frank Veltre. ,
I Community Presbyterian Church
The hostess served angel food
Young Adults EnjoyIce cake and cold drinks to the guests. 407 Royal Palm Avenue
SWING INTO ACTION NOW-YOUR PRESENT : HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister
Cream Supper 9.43: AM. Bible School 'I,
CAR'S VALUE DROPS MORE EVERY DAY YOU to Fifty young adults of the First 11:00: A.M. Worship i I I

Methodist Church enjoyed an informal BIRTHDAYSAugust Rev. George N. Neill I

HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS Inc. -. get-together and homemade 22: Charles Fuller Evelyn ,', Guest Preacher.NOTICE: ,.' ,9-, .
Ice eraser churning at 'the Vaughn, Glenn'Ellington.! 1\\
ltd Sat arland Highway Clewiston. home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sle- August 23: Leslie]! Miller, W. T. 1I

wert Monday; evening. Bembry, Mrs. W. G. Perry, Mrs. I
'
Several gallons of ice cream Amos V. McClelland Mrs. Hilton ,
I Clewiston Church Directory i iIT were churned by 'the men under Williams. I ,

the car port. Later in the eveningthe August 24: Suzanne Barrow Carolyn \"
group sang numerous songs. Ward, Jimmie Harris, ChrIstine I
;
You snuff ;
HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH cigarette smoking, dipping> liquor
Attending were Rev. Richard O.
: Parrish
Howell Mrs. Jim ,
MARGARETS CHURCH I]I COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN Highway 720 Knight, pastor Mr. and Mrs. Bob Faye Kelt1n,. drinking card playing story telling, sin loving I
208 North Atlantic Street 407 Royal Palm AveaoeHenry
Phone YUkon 2-1811 1 H. Ford, Minister Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baker, August 25: Mrs. Alicia Lewis preachers and deacons that has helped to get this I
; 945: a.nu-Sunday School Mr, and
Mrs Bill
Clewiston, Florida B:45 a.m.-Sunday School 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship James E. Brandon, Mr.Baker and Mrs.Mrs. Doyle Anderson, Betty Fry Mike country in the shape it is in. ,(, i I
Rev LarUn F, Conna lyAdministrator 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Dyal Joyce Jones. ,
6:45 p m.-Training Union
11:00 a.m.-Nursery in the Parish 1:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Earl Ralph: Causeaux Mr. and Mrs.. August 26: Joan Hooker, Walker // you will listen to the 20th CENTURY REFORMATION \
Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Nail, Jr., Faye Fletcher, Elsie I
Sunday Masses 8 a.m. & 11:30: a.m. House I :
Wednesday:
better
Fry, Mr. and Mrs. HOUR become "
Fellow Don Gala- Lee, Mrs. Marlon Lee. you may a I
Westminster ,
Weekday Masses 7:00 6:00 p m.- 8.00
: ajn. I : p.m.-Pr.101' Meeting Inni!, Mrs. Johnnie Jackson, Miss I !
Holy Days of Obligation 6:00: p.m. shipWednesday August 27: Evelyn Lee, Cecelia American .i/ you never become a Christian. .,;< r '
Confessions, Saturday from 4 to 5,' : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Maxham, E. M. Cornette, Virginia t};, I II"
IIId 7 to 1 p.rn. I In. 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice 102 E. Ventura Avenue RECORDS Dickson Robinson Christine Patterson Listen Monday thru Friday "
Rev. L, T. Fagan Pastor Top Pops Lucille Waters, F. M. MueLler
.MA&mn CHURCH I 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School LP'e Sacred Glenda Judd. Belle Glade Radio at 10:30: a.m.

(Episcopal) : CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service Special OrdenHoldridge August 28: Mike Dyal, Hilton
4W North Pacific I Sooth Clewlstoa 6.43: p.m.-Training Union Music Williams Mrs. F. J. Ball Everett Phillip Davis Clew ton, Fla. '

'The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor ':00 pm.-Evening Service Phone YU 2-4781 Foster, George Tokleda, Mike Bow- .. ,. I'

may Services: I t:45 a.m.-Sunday School Wednesday: den.SAMPLE. I ib I
7:30: m.-Earfy Eucharist 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service: 7:00 \>.m.-Officers and Teachers "I

t:X a.m.-Family Service and 7:00: p. .-Baptist Training UnknI Meeting '.,"
Service 8:00 .m. Midweek Prayer Service ,
Church School.: :00 p m-Worship p J ,,
Saints and Holy: Days as an- Tuesday: 'Ut I
winced. 8:00 p.m.-Brotherhood 8.43: p.m. Choir Practice: ,

Confessions by appointment Wednesday; : BALLOTInstructions
7.30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer -, NORTJISIDE MISSIONARYBAPTIST : 4i!

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Thursday: CHURCH I
APOSTOLIC FAITH 8:00 p.m.-Cholr Practice 304 N. Fraaebee Street .
Sooth deviate Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor to Voters Official Ballot II

Bra.Luther Dixon, Pastor THE CIEWISTON ASSEMBLY 10:00: a.nv-Sunday School ,
11,00
a.m.-8unday School OF GOD 11:00: a.m/ Morning Worship -
Uoo General Election
: Ci
m.preachlng 30
6 p.m.-BTC
Tuesday James F. Klmbrei. Pastor : IE I TURN SWITCH RIQHT
: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship 'ARNIHD-YOUI

'iPn-: : -Priyer Meeting Sunday Sunday: School, 10:00: Wednesday 7:30: p.m. :Prayer Service TO CLOSE CURTAINS B 2 MARKS HOST BE September 3, 1963 'I I

7:30: Adult Worship 11:00: & ; _
Pm.-Young People's Meet SHOWING FOR VOTE I
In Youth Worship 11:00: 25.0.MASK YOUI BAllOT AND

Prayer Hour 7:00 7:30 FIRST 331 METHODIST W.O.I. Avenue CHURCH LEAVE MAmsmm TO REGISTER City of Clewiston :
ClltTaca or Evangelistic Rally. : '
CH2j8TChrlsUas Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor I

North Sugarland( Auditorium) Tuesday\Orchestra: Practice: 7:00: 9.45 a.nu Church School service $ -+i TORN STITCH LEfT Florida 1 :
11:00 a.nu-Morning & I
< n C. Scheffler Wednesday: i
J.ioh Minister 6.00 p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship
: .-Blble Scboot Christ's Ambassadors 7.45: ,__ .J .
":w 1 1.nu-Commttnlon and Waray Wednesday: !

: rvlce 7:15 p-m.-Cholr Practice i "
: COMMUNITY rENTECOtft'ALBOUKESS I -. Leon i i
TR: nwBible CHURCH I \ '
Study"BwthCeBtralAv CHURCH 07 GOD 0 1
slam clawhtaRev. m 8. Pacific Avesme ; :- I BEMBRY 'I'
of C1HUST 1. JL TI1l r. Pasta Rev. Joe Coleman ; ::1

: ) 10:00: a.m. -Sunday School: 10:00: ..m.-SWIda1 School ,, '''
ttrl Arnold, Minister 11:00 .nv-Morning Worship x Morning Service ) ; ; E ;'
11:00 a-m.
.,. ; EvangellstU : \ SaraE.FOUNTAIN. : I'
11.10 7:45 m/-6un4sT 7:30 p.nu-Evening'Worship J
UIO Lm.-1lih1e School"HiisWeeldfCKur: Service. Wednesday; : CITY ,
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a.m.-wonhlp Wednesday: 7:30 p.mPrayer Service f I .
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P-m.-WonliJp 7:45 pJiw-Pray Service Friday: v \ ,,. 1
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Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, IT: *. '\ 'ji I linen dress for the PeriwInkle blue
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Thursday, August 22, 1963 4 A wedding weddlp .

stale patio of reception ttT Ckwlsthe U .

: j ill Miss Sally June Smith Becomes Bride of Women 6 s nw was rated ceremony held table.immediate The attractvely foUO! !.'::, 111II,

held
t"I center :

I ," Richard Corbin in Maderia Beach Rites I menta ers The with brides white table and )'eUo"a ":'

I Clewiston BPW Wins Attendance I ed with candelabra was will"1"-.
d s
A double ring ceremony united tapers The three tiered v
marriage Miss Sally June Smith cake was topped WIth w Mkt
and Richard Morgan Corbin, Saturday Award at Riviera Beach I coupla and decorated will a""V?*
August 17th at four o'clockin rose frosting. Mh
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the afternoon at the Church By r The Clewiston Business and Professional Clubs. She has held many offices Mrs D W. Judd keptle;
The tea{ Madeira Beach, Florida I Women's Club held the in the Federation and also servedas I book; Mrs W P h''
The Rev Paul R Aughlnbaugh, distinction of having the highest National Hemispheric Friend- Jt Charles Martinez smS" J
f officiated percentage of membership attend- ship Chairman. Mrs, J W. Ezelle and 1 Mr.1b
.
} Mrs. Corbin Is the daughter of ance at the quarterly meeting last Mrs. Bowden was one of the national lip Thieten M I punch *!
Colonel Robert Nicholas Smith, I Sunday of District Eight The District federation group to attend Mrs C. D Hine and Mrs ;'C.t
I
'J USA (retired) and Mrs Smith of ytMatron Is composed of B.P.W. Clubs the B.P.W. Conference of the, Etherton assisted a. clrtulatlng
Treasure Island, Florida Corbinis from Belle Glade, Fort Pierce, Americas at San Juan, Puerto Rico' hostesses.
the son of Mr, and Mrs. Morgan Indiantown, Jupiter, Stuart, Pa- in 1961, along with representatives Y For !her traveling
Llnsdale!. Corbin of Yonkers, N. Y hokee Riviera Beach, Vero Beach from thirty-five of our states, Prewitt chose a bone dress, MIl
The bride, given in marriage by and West Palm Beach. with fifty-nine observers. The con- dress with lUck sleeveless -
1 her father, wore a floor length ference was designed to establish series and matching arse
The meeting was held at CaptainAlex's wore a small fIo"ertd
silk
gown of candlelight organza to Hemispheric
Colonial Room at Riviera ways promote hat of beige and wore
over taffeta. The neckline and r and understanding an orchid
Beach, with members of the Riviera friendship cooperation MR. AND MRS. MATTHEW F, PREW1TT corsage.
waist was trimmed with Valencia of
between
the women
of honor was Mrs. Luther Beach B.P.W. Club servingas Following a honeymoon
lace. Her finger-tip French illusion the Americas and to determine to NOIUI
Earle Oswalt of Alexandria, Vir- hostesses Miss Mary Jane Bau-j Carolina, the
couple
Eudolie Mueller Weds wig
veil was fastened to a crown ways in which women could contribute Miss
ginia. Bridesmaid' was Miss Anne er, their president, presided at the I their home in Gainesville! C
of seed pearls. She carried a cascade to the social, cultural, and t+
of Damascus, Virginia' business and luncheon meetings.The .
Wright the groom Is
bouquet of white orcihds, stephanotis economic of the Western attending school
Flower girls were Misses Robin Board Meeting at 9,13: ,Sunday I progress The bride is
a
graduate
I and ivy.Double. Hemisphere. It is. believed this Matthew Prewitt in Catholic ChurchMiss of Clew.
\ Ann and Kathleen Smith, Beth- morning was under the direction has paved the to better iston High School, and received ,
--- esda, Maryland. Best man was the of Mrs. Leta Chesbrough of way degree from University of
Souui.
groom's father Ushers were Rob Vero Beach. Mrs. Chesbrough is friendship and understanding Eudolie Helen Mueller, with ( lJ ert Nicholas Smith, Jr., Bethesda, director of District!. Eight of the tinents.among the peoples of the two con- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank embroidered with small orianza'i tog in Lafayette and will! of be,Nun., .
t,: Maryland; LeRoy Martin, Jr. Miami Florida Federation of B.P.W. W. Mueller of Pahokee, formerly I yellow flowers. She wore ployed as a register nurse at a
Florida Jack Howard, Albany Clubs The Board is composed of The overall objective of Business of Clewlston, became the bride of satin pillbox hat and a Gainesville hospital. i
nutliiiil Georgia and Jack Rumph, all district officers and club presI- and Professional Women'sClubs Matthew Fontaine Prewitt in an nosegay of white, pink and yellow The groom is also!: a graduate
Montezuma, Georg'a.' dents.'World. I is to "upgrade" women. impressive ceremony at St. Mar- flowers. Brides maids were Misses I I Clewiston High School and !It 0//
A reception was held at The Affairs" was the themeof BP.W. works for the bettermentof garet's Catholic Church, Saturday I Jean Johnson and .Ayliffe Mueller, senior in the College of Entiwer! (
;.' Feature Palm Garden immediately follow- the workshop! session under the all women, and not Just for morning, August 18. Rev. Larkin sister of the bride. They wore .,Ing at the Univ. of Florida.
ing the ceremony. direction of Miss Nellie K. Hunt of members of their organization.Members Conolly, officiated I green satin dresses similar to the Out of town guests attending fo
Fit Sat., Aug. 23 24Fri. After a wedding trip to Nassauthe Pahokee assisted by Mrs. Rosa from the local B.P.W. The groom id. the son of Mr. matron of honor. wedding included Mrs. R 1 E. Cal
7.30: Only couple will! live .in Rlverton, Nash of Belle Glade. Their speaker, Club who attended the session Sunday and Mrs. William C. Prewitt of Little Miss Lorraine Miller served fery, Franklin La.; Mr. and tin
: New Jersey where the groom is American were Mrs. Harriet Zauel, pres- Clewlston. I as flower girl and wore a frockof James W. Krantz, Lafayette, U;
I, : "Yellow Canary" affiliated with' the Radio Corporation Ident Mrs. Catherine Brown, Mrs. Given in marriage by her father white taffeta and ''yellow rose Mr. and Mrs. Will D Harlan, Fort
I, PAT BOONE of America. mayor of West Palm Beach. gave Ruth Beardsley. Miss Nancy Powers the bride wore a white taffeta -print Arthur, Texas; :Mr. and Mrs. Stew
I.t. The bride is a native of dewis-' an interesting talk on "Peace thru Mrs. Mildred Yates, Mrs. short sleeved bodice gown David Prewitt served as his Johnson, Gainesville; Miss Join
j;" 8:00: P.M. Only"Donovan's ton, living here With her parents .aw." Mary Burdette, Mrs. Ruth B. trimmed with applique of lace and brother's best man, while two other KImbro, Gainesville! ; Miss Jean
while her father was assigned to The meeting was concluded with Owens and Miss Evelyn Lee. braid, full skirt with a chapel brothers John and Jerry Pre- Johnson of Orlando; Jack Fm-
ir" Reef"BIG the Hoover Dike project during a i luncheon at which Mrs. Marie The next regular meeting of the Jain. Her fingertip veil was held witt served AS men in waiting Ben colt, Jr., Gainesville; MIss blare
I); JOHN WAYNE its construction by the U. S. Corpsof Bowden of Leesburg was the guest Oewlston B.P.W. Club will be held I by a crown of pearls. She carrieda Prewitt, groom's brother and Yankey, West Palm Beach, It
t Sat Continuous 3:30 P.M. Engineers.The speaker. The subject of her Tuesday noon at the Clewlston Inn. cascade of white flowers cen- Frank Mueller bride's brother and Mrs. Phillip ThIelen, Paboket,
bride attended schools in I'ing talk was "Parliamentary tered with an orchid. served as ushers. Mr. and Mrs. J. K.,Bethea, pat
L i:' Sun. Mon. Tues. Hawaii.! Maryland and Virginia 'cedure." Mrs. Bowden is tnsPlr-1 Mr. and Mrs. Grady LInder of I Mrs. James W. Krantz, sisterof Mrs Mueller chose a beige and ,kee; Miss Gayle Reeves, Parole
,
Aug 25.29 27 and graduated from Mary Washington IDa as Parliamentarian Atlanta, Ga., visited last week with the bride, served as matron of white cotton brocade gown for her and Chester H. Miller and daujh-
,l''' 'PRICES THIS SHOW ONLY" College, Fredericksburg Virginia Florida Federation of B. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bartlett. honor and wore a white satin gown daughter's wedding The groom's I ter Lorraine, West Palm Beach.
ADULTS 75c la June with a degree in
,j mathematics.Mr. .
"Bye Bye Birdie" Corbin attended schools in
JANET LEIGH New York City. He was graduatedcum T oJ r d
.ANN MARGRETYou laude from Brookline Poly '
technic Institute in electrical engineering
will rock and roll with
in 1959 and received his
,; laughter at this tantalizing tonic
master's degree in 1960.


t My room is Just Pelham Family

Reunion Sunday

II dreamy, and I Members of the Pelham family
held a reunion Sunday Aug. 18 at
1 did it myselfl"C98 the home of J. A. Pelham in Clew-
.Iston. | ., .
i Attending were Mrs. Ola Bishop e
and daughters Ola Pearl and Linda WHEN THEY '
::l lII of Ft. Myers; Mr. and Mrs. George
Anderson and family of San Ra-
pheal, Calif; Mr and Mrs. J. O ARE HEADING
i Pelham of Bonlfay; Mr. and Mrs.
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John Pelham and son of Canal '
t Point; Mrs. Van Whatley and children -] FOR THE CLASSROOM
of Bonlfay; Mr. and Mrs.
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Mrs. W. E. Pelham and son Mr. I ,PUT THEM
w1J and Mrs. Wilford Pelham and
daughter, and Mrs. Alma Trenary,
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friends that the Clyde Hatflelds County Court ulate any degree of creativity to Cl.wlston, Florida Thursday THE CLEWISTON August 22. 1963 NEWS Page Ii9ve
I
had arrived in Marshall, Mo. and I the children.
had purchased a home there. The The arts and crafts program Is ,
;
Plea Day that the best envelope provided and drop it in
and it is Important
letter noted that a flat tire on the divided into! three phases, seventh
truck school, the qualified men in the county be elected the maiL All ballots are kept confidential "
presented the only minorprc' and eighth graders at
LOCALS Norman -Alfred! Verrier pleading and to these important positions.The and no one but the voter
C1 it .he move. recreation program
not guilty to a charge of driving summer is will know how to vote. All ballots
'mail method" of voting
Dr. heldat
and Mrs. C. E. Farmer and intoxicated the adult education classes
while at
Monday'sHendry used In ASC: elections as this has must be postmarked prior to midnight
children of school
Shreveport La., Mrs.Aline Court night during the year.
Plea
County ,
Day 30 in order to be
to be the most convenient August
OursD: and Lawrence Rod- The tD date has been proven
David Twiddy and Mr. and Mrs. with Judge B. N. Parsons: setting program counted in the tabulation for the
Mrs Loyai Barton and method for farmers and ranchersto
111'; and riquez of Donaldsonville, La., visited used by 334 students and adults.
his bond at $200. the bound
to their home In son Phillip and case election. Ballots may also be returned -
returned Mrs Alice Barton participate. A sell addressed
Mr Mrs.
and Mrs. Rodrl-
F M. In looking to the future
children the next term of
to Court The
with Mr. and visited friends over the ASCS office in
visit to county
a In Opa Locka: Sun- tree envelope is providedwith
)\\iarn1 alttl' quez and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Per- case of Aubry Gay charged with Bare stressed the need for larger postage
)IrI Allen G. Twiddy. were Twid- day.Mr. ry ;c-.sr ;.hs weekend 'assault and battery was dismissed and better facllties; the avail- each ballot and all that the person by the voters during office
children here and Mrs. his hours time prior to the August
Don mark
everal Pattison and voter has to do is to any
* and by tht Judge, the plaintiff failing ability of arts and crafts as an
,; day and her husband son of Venice spent the weekend BOAT OWNERS MUST\ to proscuta. elective subject fir: high school choices on the ballot, seal it in :the 30 deadlineSUMMER03ME .
them for the weekend. visiting his brother Davit Patti- REGISTER
BEFORE students and enrichment
:fined ; an program
Bowden and her son. Mrs. Pat Cases to be continued until nextweek's
Beryl Paulson, mother of SEPTEMBER .
tin FIRST far Junior high students.
the brothers, also Plea Day Included HaroldB. a011MgI! : MH Pu9( leans
toiliterJn-taw. of Venice, is
According
are vacationing to Information Just Wegschelder and Lee Cussone : The speaker was Introduced by ,!t
and family spending thl tweek visiting: Dave received by A. O. Ward, county
den West Palm Beach. hi Clewlston. Vlsalll, both charged with speed 1 I Dr. Mike Herring, program. '
this week In and Tim- I tax collector. all boat owners :I Claud Giddens presided at the .Lnl an .t s a
C. W. Mann son Joe Shannon must & ing.A +
vrj funeral director ire-reclster their boats
1100 bond was ordered es- meeting the absence of the pres-
visited I
Miller .
.raid Mrs. Leslie from Bradenton. is prior to September lit ,
spending a few or pay: Itreated by the Judge on a chargeof ident.
IL Hamdl Jr.
W. ,
Rev and Mri. C. days visiting in Clewiston. His a penalty: which has not yet illegal possession of alcoholic I I The club was presented with atrophy
and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hamil ST.. yacht Sally Ann, Is docked at been released. beverages for Gary Elliot Douberly |I won by the Kiwanis Midget -
to Sanford last weekend. Lowe's Marina. Ward Vet all boat ownersto with three drunks fined. I League baseball team In the
Harry Almasy of North Miami Mrs. Elizabeth DeLozier Bill register at once to avoid summer recreation program, by
Included
Other cases : speeding,
the Florida College of I I
Instructor at DeLozier Mrs. Roberta Keller and penalty and unpleasantness. Scott Sonny Stalls, who coached the
Charles Leroy $33 or 10
Technology, was a Saturday Sandra
Medical Bell left Sunday for a va- team. A certificate was also
of Wayne Morgan and days; Thomas Blackman, $25 or presented
visitor cation during which they will visit to the club for sponsorship
10 days; Clarence Wyman Kidder,
Mrs. Ethelle Morgan.
his mother, points of interest In Virginia, OBITUARYMrs. issuance of warrant; Murray Isid- of a youth to Boy's State, by the
Mr. and Mrs. Don Galassini and Washington, D,C. Maryland, Pennsylvania ore Fisher, Willie Bobby Timmons American Legion Post. FAVOB1TE
pea spent Sunday In Miami at- New York and Michigan. Daisy PullenMrs. Hughle R. Burns, Jr., William
ttndiflg ,the cinerama showing of They will also visit Mrs. DeLozIer's Daisy Baker Pullen, 73, Robert Bridges and Henry Adolph I i

'HoW The West Was Wow"Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and of Clewis ton, died Sunday in the Keller, Jr., $33 bonds forfeited. ASC Ballots Mailed
and Mri. Harold Estep have Mrs. L. W. Cowan in Elyria, Ohio. Hendry General Hospital. She was Disorderly conduct: Joe Brown
returned to. Clewlston after attending Weekend guests in the home of a former resident of Fort Pierce. and Elise Brown, each fined $33 Farmers UrgedTo
summer school in JohnsonCity Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Marsh were She is survived by her husband, or 10 days; Nathaniel Miller, $25 ae6 l

,Tenn. his brother and family, Mr. and Paul P. Pullen; a daughter, Mrs. or 25 days; William Joan Brown, I ParticipateThe
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cox of Ortona Mrs. James E. Marsh of Orlando. U E. Dietz; two grandchllden, cost of court or 10 days; James L.

meat Saturday evening visitingtheir Mrs. Ernest Douglas of Brunswick, Bobby E. Dietz, Clewlston, Betty Stevens, Pablo' Cirino Lan and county ASCS office announced
daughter, Mri. Don Galasslnl Ga., was a recent visitor. ia the Joe McElfresh, Fort Pierce, four Robert Scott, each forfeited $33 today that ASC election' ballots
.
and family. Marsh home. great grandchildren; three sisters bonds. have been mailed to all known
Kenneth Walker returned home Mr. and Mrs. I, Fred Baker returned and a brother Driving on wrong side of road: eligible! ASC voters in the county. 1
this week after attending summer Friday from a week's va- She was a member of the Baptist William Joah Brown, $25 or 10 Ray Gantt county office manager -
school at the University of Tenne- cation spent In Sarasota and other Church. days; failure to have vehicle un- stated that the 'more than AI ,CQmR+.
see,where he received his' master's places in Florida where they visited Funeral services were held Tuesday der control, William Hill $33 or 150 eligible farmer and rancher n i
degree In education. Mri. Walker relatives. at the Baird Funeral Home 10 days; no tag, Steven John Bil- voters in the county should re
and daughter Barbara flew to Miss Nannette Speight of Mounds- Chapel with the Rev. Fayette Hall ecU, $25 bond untreated; Phyllis I ceive their ballots within the next
Knoxville last Wednesday to join ville W. Va., is visiting her father of the First Baptist Church officiating. -I Judy Farabee Daughtry, no valid few days. He urged any farmer or
her husband and return home: with and family Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burial was in Fort Pierce driver's license, $35 or 10 days rancher who fails to receive a bal

bun. Speight:;: and Joann. They all spent Cemetery. suspended sentence. i lot to contact the ASCS county: I:
Mrs Sammy Weaver spent the Saturday at Ft. Myers Beach. Pallbearers were Art Pottorff. office I II\
ieek nd visiting her parents Mr. Mrs. Ethel Clark and granddaughter Glen Harmed, Dale Colean, Ray Arts And Crafts To be eligible to vote in the an- I III
and Mrs. W. T. Lewis' In Lake Pla Elizabeth Clark, of Lor- Borland and Eddie Eons nual election a person must havean

cid. Ida are visiting In the home of Mr. Discussed At ClubMrs. interest in a farm as an own I,

and Mrs. H. D. Schlck. Mrs. Clark Oscar D. Taylor I Margaret Bare, arts and er, tenant or sharecropper and be GILLIAM, GILLIAM & WILTSHIRE
is Mrs. Shlck's eligible to take in of the
part one
New; Phone Number mother. Oscar D. Taylor, 111, passed crafts Instructor at Clewlston "
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCarthyare Federal farm programs administered Certified Public Accountants I:
OF away Monday night following an High School told Klwanlans of the
attending a convention In Jam by the ASC: county committee. II I
extended illness at a Fort Myers program now being conducted at kr ,
aica this week and In case of Joint ownership of a
Morris Waldronis are expectedto
Hospital. school, during the Wednesday Take Pleasure In Announcing The Removal
return home farm or ranch by two individuals
this weekend. His survivors include his widow, luncheon. or more
YU2-4250 Mrs. G. R. Berner and children Madge Taylor Belle Glade; one Mrs. Bare explained that the project each is an eligible voter. Of Their Accounting Office To Their New Location ; II
have returned home after spending Harold Complete details on voting eligibility -
son, Taylor, Ft. Myers; has been underway at school
several weeks visiting her par- five daughters, Mrs. Zora Parsons for two yean with a two-fold pun are available at the ASCS
ents in Grand Marais, Minn. Mrs. Salt Lake City, Utah, Mrs. !pose: to teach' children technical county office S149 McGREGOR BOULEVARD ,I
Berner drove up for them and they Cleo Atkinson, Albany, Ga., Mrs. skills and knowledge and to aUmAIftnn"A. Mr. Gantt urged all eligible vot-
.made a leisure trip back home Vel m a Klelnhammer, Bristol& ers to carefully consider the nominees FORT MYERS, FLORIDA .1.1I
visiting points of Interest along the Tenn., Mrs. Katherine Harris, listed on their ballot and I
way.Mrs. Belle Glade, Mrs. Edith label and then vote for the men they feel Telephone Number Remains ED 5-1116 i
Wilson Boyette and Mrs. Mrs. Lois Jones, both of Clewis- most qualified to represent them in
Ethelle Morgan attended the graduation ton; five brothers Luther. Auburn- \ I the administration of the Federal Post Office Box Remains 1471
HARD of Wayne Morgan from dale James M., Tampa, Harry G., : farm ,programs in the county for
Florida College of Medical Technology Coral Gables, Tom and Ed of Bar the coming year. The ASC committeemen August 19, 1963

., in Miami Friday night. town and one sister Mrs. Rosa SHOE I play a vital role in the .
Mr. and Mrs. W21tef' ilk "of i dee Winn of Bartow and 22 grand agricultural affairs of the. county. II
Tallahaasee visited her parents children. -- ----- '
last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Walter Funeral services will be held,-in !

tact me today! Siewert Bartow, today
Miss Nancy Moore of Daytona V

r-1 Abner Beach returned home with Wayne Frances J. Goff
Morgan Sunday for a visit this
Vann week with Mrs. Ethelle Morgan. Frances J. Goff, 53, passed i
Mrs. Morgan and Miss Moore will away in Clewlston Saturday after- HIGH PRICE FEATURES iI I iI
Ph. accompany Wayne to Lake Butler noon after a residence of three I ;
YU 2-5971 where he has assumed a positionas months. A native of Ft. Odgen,
medical technician this week. graveside services were held at !

IT AnI'PARM-"" Miss Moore will then return to her Indian Spring Cemetery, Punta

Ih.,c..n,c....., ( A t home in Daytona Beach. Gorda, with McLeod Funeral Homeof LOW PRICE T AG !
..0IIIae._ aM01Yeb. Word has been received by Port Charlotte, in charge of arrangements. TOPSIN
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Off. 8441353Rat. Hospital Notes i

VI 8-2682 WH1TE-
Admitted: Diane McKinney, Thel- Fla
ma Stations, Leona Bell, Jane Par- SHOEMANSHIP NORGE
rlsh, Vasllious Toulis, Frances
Baldree, John Gaylor, Esther Co-
Thurmond W. Knight nez, Robert McConnville, James 4-WAY DRYER
Patterson Charlotte Langdale,
"Accredited Farm & Land Broker" BernIce Anderson, Pablo Enriqlez, Simplicity !la always In
Clyde Egley. fashion. HaY. the abac-l Only Dryer with 2 NO-TUMBLE I

nwrmond Knight Realty. lose orriCEt Rema1n1nMary Fry, Flora drying cycles! i
ute in I
E tops ahoemonshlp r
2010 Arrau
lIMo Rlvl.,. B.Mht Taylor, Clydj Egley, George Palmer -
w.. flm. II...... Pistils Riviera Beach Pablo EnrlqUz, Vaillbus: Toiler !- a square throat skim-
George Altman, John Gaylor mar pump |In glossy black I 4 WAYS TO DRY
I Trs64dy. Met .
COLORED- leather that'a at horn any ( t T.mbhiy Nee" lrDf ,
AdmittedFerdinand Thomas, where. p5 I miii N0.iuau crcus
Chas. McCoy, Hazel Rogers, Frances O "**'for.......Mi"" yw' Am>o4 Ambit.. '
PERT Undsey, Sandra Morris, GlorIA I Ili, M aaib.n1. J. "':'
Morris Dorothea Simmons Eula Only L- 4 Afcdty. M lumbBna. .

Coston. Josephine Burke, Shemei ,
COMPARat miss FBATURKSWft r '
FLIRT. Cam .ill, BennIe Jones. 2.99 I
Remaining Josephine Burke, 4 >wwrt*y wrfnkl..ffMlHORGl ,i t .; I

Ed Williams, Bennle Jones, Outs /AN..e.H.24.aa' a........-ttl...Law,w PWft 1 1kM.aee.e
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.awe woe va eoae colm Callender Shemei Campbell, r
Dorothea Simmons Eula Colton, OtOlrl j,
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Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston. Tit. I '. .! : I linen dress for a the perlwlakl wedding, liv

Thursday, August 22, 1963 A wedding


AI jl I Miss Sally June Smith Becomes Bride of Women\ \ j r leu/6 1 *, kA 5 '


I i : Richard Corbin in Maderia Beach Rites I meats er,. The with brlde's white table and )was'eUo"Irr 110 .

Attendance ed with
I Clewiston BPW Wins candelabra With 1I\ili'\ 1
A double ring ceremony united In tapers. The three tiered tdl.0
marriage Miss Sally June Smith I cake was topped with WeQl Ji g gII
and Richard Morgan Corbin, Sat- Award at Riviera Beach II couple and decorated with Wed le0a 11:
urday, August 17th at four o'clock ;rose frosting. dydo
: in the afternoon at the Church By dubs. offices Mrs. D. W. Judd
The Clewlston Business and Professional She has held many kept !be
The Sea, Madeira Beach, Florida. t I Women's Club held the fin the Federation and also served "t A 'I book; Mrs. W. P Jernlcan brille''
The Rev. Paul R. Aughinbaugh, distinction of having the highest as National Hemispheric Friendship ; A Charles Martinez served kn b
officiated. percentage of membership attend- Chairman.Mrs. pt ,Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and lirs fake.
Mr. Corbin Is the daughter of ance at the quarterly meeting last Bowden was one of the national t v 'lip ThIelen served punch Phi] del
Colonel Robert Nicholas Smith. I } Sunday of District Eight The District federation group to attend 'c :: Mr. C. D. Woe and Mr..;G.8IiI t Ileb
I
USA (retired) and Mr. Smith of Is composed of B.P.W. Clubs the BP.W. Conference of the MtdhaJ Etherton assisted u circulating
Treasure Island, Florida. CorbinIs from Belle Glade, Fort Pierce, Americas at San Juan, Puerto Rico ? N e hostesses. ail
,: the son of Mr, and Mrs. Morgan ndiantown: Jupiter, Stuart, Pa- in 1961, along with representatives .p For her traveling dress
LJnsdale Corbin of Yonkers, N. Y. hokee, Riviera Beach, Vero Beach from thirty-five of our states, l G Prewitt chose a bone slick !.In
The bride, given: In marriage by and West Palm Beach. with fifty-nine observers The con less dress with matching sle- a
her father, ,wore a floor length establish Ict'f\ 1
ference was designed to tones and wore 3
a small
I held at flow
The meeting waa Captain
gown of candlelight silk organza Alex's Colonial Room at Riviera ways to promote Hemispheric _, .. .. hat of beige and wore ,n !
orchid
neckline and
taffeta. The
over geed0.
: waist was trimmed with Valencian Beach, with members of the Riviera I friendship, cooperation and understanding of- MR. AND MRS. MATTHEW F. FREW ITT corsage.
( French lllu Matron of honor was Mrs. Luther Beach BP.W. dub serving between the women Following a honeymoon to
lace Her fingertip Norm
Earle Oswalt of Alexandria, Vir hostesses. Miss Jane Bauer the Americas and to determine Carolina, the
as Mary couple win
slon was fastened to a crown Eudolie Mueller Weds nut
veil Miss
could tow b
In which contribute
I \ seed ,Inia. Bridesmaid was Miss Anne their president, presided at the I ways women their home in Gainesville,
carried who.
of pearls. She a cascade and
i Wright of Damascus, Virginia.' business and luncheon meetings.The to the social, cultural i the groom is attending school
I ',,iri: bouquet of white orclhds, etat Flower girls were Misses Robin Board Meeting at 9:43: Sunday economic progress of the Western The bride is a graduate of kn
phanotls and ivy. Catholic Church On
believed thishas Matthew Prewitt in
Hemisphere It is-
Ann and Kathleen Smith, Beth- morning was under the direr stan High School, and received
esda, Maryland. Best man was the tion of Mr. Leta Chesbrough of paved the way to better degree from University of Soua i I 1n
groom's father. Ushers were Rob- Vero Beach. Mrs. Chesbrough Is friendship and understandingamong Miss Eudolie Helen Mueller, with an overskirt of silk organza, western Louisiana College of Run- +
RYSTAL.Double I ert Nicholas Smith Jr., Bethesda,, director of District Eight of the .the peoples of the two con I daughter of :Mr. and Mrs FrankW. embroidered with small pink and tog in Lafayette and will be en knLN
Maryland; LeRoy Martin, Jr., :Miami Florida Federation of B.P.W. tbaents.The Mueller of Pahokee, formerlyof yellow flowers. She wore a white ployed as a register: nursed
Florida, Jack Howard, Albany Clubs. The Board is composed of overall objective of Business \ ; dewiston, became the bride of satin pillbox hat and carried a Gainesville hospital i 1
mltliiiiil Georgia and Jack Rumple aU district officers and club presi- and Professional Women's Matthew Fontaine Prewitt in an nosegay of white, pink and yellow The groom is also a graduate H
Montezuma, Georgia.! dents.. Clubt is to "upgrade" women. I impressive ceremony at St. Margaret flowers. Brides maids were Misses I dewiston High School and It i tosoy
A reception "was held at The "World' Affairs" was the themeof BP.W. works for the betterment, 'a Catholic Church, Saturday Jean Johnson and Ayliffe Mueller, senior in the College of Engineering .
Feature Palm Garden immediately following the workshop cession under the of all women, and not Just for morning, August 18. Rev. Larkin sister of the bride. They wore at the Univ. of Florida h
t the ceremony. direction of Mina Nellie K. Hunt of members of their organization. I Conolly, officiated. green satin dresses similar to the Out of town guests attending fe ffircb
i Fri. Sat, Aug. 23 24 After a wedding trip to Nassau Pahokee, assisted by Mrs. Rosa :Members from the local B'P.W. The groom li the son of Mr. matron of honor. wedding Included Mrs. R. E. Cat
z! Fri. 7:30: Only the couple will live in Rlverton, Nash of Belle Glade. Their speaker, Club who attended the session Sun- and Mr. William C. Prewitt of Little Miss Lorraine Miller serv- fery, Franklin, La; Mr. and Hn
:' New Jersey where the groom is Pat Reese, member of the Amer day were Mrs. Harriet Zauel, pres- dewiston. ed as flower girl and wore a frockof James W. Krantz, Lafayette: U,,
[ "Yellow Canary"I' affiliated with the Radio Corporation ican Bar Association and former ident, Mrs. Catherine Brown, Mrs. Given in marriage by her father white taffeta and 'yellow rose Mr. and Mrs. Will D. Harlan, Pa-: detiuD
PAT BOONE of America. I mayor of West Palm Beach. gave Ruth Beardsley, Miss Nancy Pow- the bride wore a white taf- print Arthur, Texas; Mr. and Mn. Stage
I The bride is a native of clew! .; an interesting talk on "Peace thru era, Mrs Mildred Yates, Mrs. feta, short sleeved bodice gown David Prewitt, served as his Johnson, Gainesville; :Miss Join btr
I r! 9:00 PJH. Only"Donovan's ton, living here with. her parents' Law." Mary Burdette, Mrs. Ruth B. trimmed with applique of lace and brother's best man, while two other Kimbro, Gainesville; Mill Jean leis 5rr
.' while her father was assigned to The meeting was concluded: with Owens and Miss Evelyn Lee. braid, full skirt with a chapel brothers, John and Jerry Pre Johnson of Orlando; Jack Pra-
Reef"BIOJORN the Hoover Dike project duringits a luncheon at which :Mrs. Marie The next regular meeting of the train. Her fingertip veil was held witt served as men in waiting Ben cott, Jr., Gainesville: MIss Dia!
I WAYNE construction by the U. S. Corps I Bowden of Leesburg was the guest dewiston B.P.W. Club will be held I by a crown of pearls. She carried Prewitt, groom's brother and Yankcy, West Palm Beach; lit nridr
I; Sat Continuous 3:30: PM. of Engineers. peaker. The subject of her 'Tuesday noon at the dewiston Inn. a cascade of white flowers The bride attended schools in log talk was with an orchid. served as ushers. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bethea, Fab
I Sun. Mon. Tues.. i Hawaii Maryland and Virginia cedure." Mrs. Bowden is InSPir-I' Mr. and Mrs. Grady Under of Mrs. James W. Krantz, sisterof :Mrs. Mueller chose a beige and kee; Miss Gayle Reeves, Parolee r
Aug. 25 28 27 and graduated from Mary Washington ng as Parliamentarian Atlanta, Ga, visited last week with the bride, served as matron of white cotton brocade gown for her and Chester H. Miller and daujk-
rct"' "PRICES THIS SHOW ONLY" College, Fredericksburg, Virginia -F lor i d a Federation of B.P.W. Mr. and Mrs. E. T, Bartlett honor and wore a white satin gown daughter's wedding. The groom's ter Lorraine, West Palm Beach.
ADULTS 7SC in June with a degree in .
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dreamy, and I Members of the Pelham family
held a reunion Sunday, Aug. U at
1' did it myselfl"I the home of J. A. Pelham in Clew- ..
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I Attending were Mrs. Ola Bishop
i and daughters Ola Pearl and Linda WHEN THEY
of Ft. Myers; Mr. and Mr. George
Anderson and family of San Ra-

pheal, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. J. Q ARE HEADING
Pelham of Bonifay; Mr. and Mrs.
John Pelham and aon of Canal -
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of Bonifay; Mr. and Mrs.
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v \\ Mrs. W, E. Pelham and son, Mr. THEM INSHOESFor
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all of Canal Point; Mr. and Mrs all that lies ahead for the youngsters at school, you'll find ,
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rough play-dress io
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friends that the ulate degree of creativity to..Clewiston, Florida THBS CLEWISTON NEWS Pap J'In 4,,
Clyde Hatfields County Court any I Thursday, August 22, 1963 : '
had arrived in Marshall, Mo. and I) the children. \
had purchased a home there. The The arts and crafts program is
Plea Day and it Is Important that the best envelope provided and drop it In
letter noted that a flat tire on the divided into three phases, seventh ,
in the county be elected I the mall. All ballots are kept con- ,I,
truck presented the only minor Alfred Verrler and eighth graders at school, the 1 qualified men
'
Norman pleading

fhfentlal and no ana but the voter I
and to these Important positions ,
:
olcrn
pre Df Jte move summer recreation program
not guilty to a charg? of driving know how to vote. All ballots
The 'mail method" of voting is I I will
Dr. heldat
and Mrs. C. E. Farmer and while intoxicated, at Monday'sHfndry the adult education classes
used In ASC elections as this has must be postmarked prior to midnight
children of Shreveport La., Mrs. Cwnty Court Plea Day, night during the school year
30 in order to be
Abe Oursa and Lawrence Rod- B. N. Parsons The program ti: date has been proven to be tho most convenient' August
with Judge
W. and Mrs David Twiddy and Mr. and Mrs. Loyas Barton and riquez of Donaldsonvllle La., vie.lted his bond at (200. the setting bound used by 334 students and adults.In method for farmers and ranchersto counted in the tabulation for the
children returned to their home in son Phillip and Mrs Alice Barton Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodri- to the next term of case Court The looking to th3 future, Mrs.Bare i participate. A self: addressed, election. Ballots may also be re-
a visit with Mr. andKnC.Twiddy.Mr. visited friends in Opa Locka Sun- over free envelope is providedwith turned to the county ASCS office inper.on
after postage
! quez and Mr and Mrs W. G. Perry case of Aubry Gay, charged with stressed the need for larger
) .. Twld- day.Mr. ;jr;: ;.he weekend assault and battery was dismissed. and better facllHei; the availability each ballot and all that the by the voters during office
d1 sad the children were here and Mrs Don PaUlson and by the Judge, the plaintiff failing of arts and crafts as an voter has to do is to mark Mechoices hours any time prior to the Aug-
days and her husbandSd son of Venice spent taa weekend BOAT OWNERS MUST\ to proscute. elective subject for high school < oft the ballot, ..alit in ;ihe ust 30 deadline.
tHem for the weekend. visiting his brother, Dave Pattl REGISTER BEFORE students; and an enrichment program --
1 Beryl Bowden and her eon Mrs Pat Pattison mother of SEPTEMBER Cases to continued until nextweek's .
far students.
daughter1'MTJ -law, Mrs. Kay Bow- the brothers, also of Venice, is According to FIRST tnformaUoa Just Wegscheider Plea Day and Included Lee Cussone HaroldB. : The speaker junior was high Introduced by (l011\\91! ::> 'AMU PUBIJia3nSSTOBJEBTIME ( "

and family are vacationing spending thl sweek visiting: Dave received by A. 0. Ward, county
den In Visalli, both charged with (speed- i I Dr. Mike Herring program.
Palm Beach. Clewiston.Jos .
;hit, week In West and son Tlmfflrnd I.I tax collector, all boat owner in,. I Claud Giddens presided at the .Lntnanv.ls a
Mann
Brs C. W Shannon, funeral director mant tre-rtcteter their boat A flOO bond was ordered es meeting in the absence of the pres
visited I ,
Mrs Leslie Miller from Bradenton, Is spending a few 1 prior to September 1st, or paya I treated by the Judge on a charge ident.
SL. and Mrs. C. W. Hamdl Jr., days visiting In Clewiston. His penalty, which has not yet of Illegal possession of alcoholic i I The club was presented with a
and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hamil Sr., yacht Sally Ann, is docked at been released. beverages for Gary Elliot Douberly I,trophy, wen by the Kiwanis Mid-
Sanford last weekend. Lowe's Marina. Ward urge all boat owner with three drunks fined. i j j get League baseball team In the
?Harry Almasy of North Miami, Mrs. Elizabeth DeLozier Bill to register at once to avoid Other cases included: speeding, !,I I summer recreation program, by
instructor at the Florida College of DeLozier, Mrs. Roberta Keller penalty and unpleasantness. 'i
and Charles Leroy Scott, $35 or 10' Sonny Stalls, who coached the
was a Saturday -
Medical Technology Sandra Bell left Sunday for a team. A certificate also
Morgan and vacation day; Thomas Blackman 125 or was presented -
visitor of Wayne during which they will visit 10 days; Clarence Wyman KIdder, to the club for sponsorshipof
Ethelle Morgan
Mrs
to mother, points of interest in Virginia, OBITUARY issuance of warrant; Murray Isid a youth to Boy's State, by the
Mr. and Mrs. Don Galassinl and Washington, D.C., Maryland, Penn ore Fisher, Willie Bobby Timmons, American Legion Post FAVOBITEGILLIAM
spent Sunday In Miami at- sylvania. New York and Mrs. Daisy PullenMrs.
UB Michigan. Hughle R. Burns, Jr., William i I
ending ,the cinerama showing of They will also visit Mrs. DeLozler's Daisy Baker Pullen, 73, Robert Bridge and Henry Adolph 't
"
flow The West Was Won. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and of Clewiston, died Sunday In the Keller, Jr., $35 bonds forfeited. | ASC Ballots Mailed
Mr and Mrs. Harold Estep have Mrs. L. W. Cowan in Elyrla Ohio. Hendry General HospitaL She was Disorderly conduct: Joe Brown
returned to Clewiston after attending Weekend guests in the home of a former resident of Fort Pierce. and Eli s Brown, each fined $35 Farmers UrgedTo
summer school in Johnson Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Marsh were She is survived by her husband, or 10 days; Nathaniel Miller, $25 h f 't Ne.tE

City Tenn. his brother and family, Mr. and Paul P. Pullen; a daughter Mrs.L. or 25 days; William Joah Brown, ParticipateThe
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cox of Ortona Mrs. James E. Marsh of Orlando. E. Dietz; two grandchllden, cost of court or 10 days; James L.
nent Saturday evening. visiting Mrs Ernest Douglas of Brunswick, Bobby E. Dietz. Clewiston, Betty Stevens, Pablo' Cirino Lan and county ASCS office announced
!their daughter, Mrs. Don Galassinl Ga., was a recent visitor in the Joe McElfresh Fort Pierce, four Robert Scott., each forfeited $35 today that ASC election: ballots
and family. Marsh home. great grandchildren; three sister bond. have been mailed to all known
Kenneth Walker returned home Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Baker returned and a brother. I Driving on wrong side of road: eligible: ASC voters In the county.
Dm week after attending summer Friday from a week's va- She was a member of the Baptist William Joah Brown, $25 or 10 Ray Gantt county office manager -
ichool at the University of Tenne- cation spent in Sarasota and other Church. days; failure to have vehicle under atated that the more than ,. "aCAntR""
tt,where he received Ms' master's place in Florida where they visited Funeral services were held Tues.day .: control, William Hill. $35 or 150: eligible farmer ind rancher : y
degree In education. Mrs. Walker I relative. at the Baird Funeral Home' 10 days; no tag, Steven John BU- voters in the county should receive
and daughter Barbara flew to I Miss Nannette Speight of Mounds- Chapel, with the Rev. Fayette Hall ecki $25 bond entreated; Phyllis their ballots within the next I
jnorvllle last Wednesday to Join i vIDe, W. Va., is visiting her father of the First Baptist Church olE Judy Farabee Daughtry, no valid I few days. He urged arty farmer or
ber husband and return home with and family Mr. and Mrs. Jerry elating. Burial was in Fort Pierce I driver's license $35 or 10 days rancher who falls to receive a baV '

bun. Se'eht and Joann. They all spent Cemetery. suspended sentence. I lot to contact the ASCS county I'I
Urs. Sammy Weaver spent the Saturday at Ft Myers Beach. Pallbearers were Art Pottorff, office. !I

weekend visiting her parents Mr. Mrs. Ethel Clark and granddaughter Glen Harned, Dale Colean, Ray Arts And Crafts To be eligible to vote in the annual
and Mrs. W. T. Lewis in Lake PlaOS. I, Elizabeth Clark, of Lor- Borland and Eddie Eons 'I election a person must havean
I. Ida are visiting In the home of Mr. Discussed At ClubMrs. Interest in a farm as an owner Ii

and Mrs. H. D. Schick. Mrs. Clark Taylor Margaret Bare, arts and tenant or sharecropper and be GILLIAM & WILTSHIRECertified
it Mrs. Shick's eligible to take part in one of the
New Phone Number mother. Oscar D. Taylor Ill, passed crafts Instructor at Clewiston I
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCarthyare Kiwanlans of Federal farm programs administered Public Accountants I'll I'lli
or away Monday night following; an High School told the
by the ASC .
county committee.In
attending a convention in .
Jamaica
extended illness at a Fort Myers program now being conducted at i '
Morris Waldronis 'I this week and are expected Hospital. school, during the Wednesday farm case of joint ownership of a Take Pleasure In Announcing The Removal 't /.'I ltl
ranch : !
to return home this weekend. or by two or more Individuals ,
His survivors Include his widow, luncheon.Mrs. I
Mrs. G. R. Berner and children Madge Taylor, Belle Glade; one Bare explained that the proJect each is an eligible voter. Of Their Accounting Office To Their New Location I/! "
have returned home after spending son, Harold Taylor, Ft. Myers; has been underway at school Complete details on voting eligibility '
several weeks visiting her. car- five daughters. Mr.. Zora Parsons for two yean with a two-fold purpose are available at the ASCS I
ents in Grand Marais, Minn. Mrs Salt Lake City, Utah, Mrs : to teach cKildren technical county office. tu9 MCGREGOR BOULEVARD ,
Berner drove up for them and they Cleo Atkinson, Albany, Ga.. Mr. skills and knowledge and to stim- Mr. Gantt urged all eligible voters -
made a leisure trip back home V 11m a Klelnhammer, Bristol, to carefully consider the nominees FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
visiting points of interest along the Tenn., Mrs. Katherine Harris, listed on their ballot and
way.Mrs. Belle Glade, Mrs Edith Isbel and then vote for the men they feel Telephone Number Remains ED 5-1116
ARD Wilson Boyette and Mrs. Mrs. Lois Jones, both of Clewis- most qualified to represent them in 1
Ethelle Morgan attended the graduation ton; five brothers, Luther, Auburn- A the administration of the Federal Post Office Box Remains 1471
of Wayne Morgan from dale, James M., Tampa, Harry G., .nn', farm ,programs in the county for
Florida College of Medical Technology Coral Gables, Tom and Ed of Bar the corning year. The ASC commit- August 19, 1963HIGH I
I in Miami Friday night. tow and one sister, Mrs. Rgsa SHOETOPS teemen play a vital role In this ,
to&tat3insufanc- *' Mr. and Mrs. WiltefFalk oi lie Winn of Bartow and 22 grand- agricultural affairs of the county II '

serviced by 10,000full Tallahassee visited her parents children. Ii Iif
.time men) Con last weekend, Mr. and Mrs Walter Funeral services will be held 4n

tact m* t dajr Siewert. Bartow, today.
Miss. Nancy Moore of Daytona

Abner Beach returned home with Wayne Frances J. Goff
1 Morgan Sunday for a visit this I
Vann week with Mrs. Ethelle Morgan. i Frances J. Goff, 03, passed EiiiTiiiiII
Mrs. Morgan and Miss Moore will away in Clewiston Saturday after-
{ YU2-5911- accompany Wayne to Lake Butler noon after a residence of three
where he has assumed a positionas ,'months. A native of Ft Odgen,
J medical technician this week. graveside services were held at I
-- MisH Moore will then return to her i Indian Spring! Cemetery, Punta

MreasaIfty. c.PARM...., .. home In Daytona Beach. I Gorda, with McLeod Funeral Homeof LOW PRICE TAG !
.. Port Charlotte, in charge of ar-
0III0Ia awNne. ....AIMsh. Word has been received by
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Admitted: Diane McKlnney, Thel-
ma Stations Leona Bell Jane Par- SHOEMANSHIP NORGE i .
rish, Vasllious Toulis. Frances
Baldree, John Gaylor, Esther Go-
Thurmond W. Knight nez, Robert McConnvllle, James 4-WAY DRYER
Patterson Charlotte Langdale,
"Accredited Farm & Land Broker" Bernice Anderson, Pablo Enriqlez, Simplicity Is always in ,
Clyde Egley. fashion. HOT the absolute !- Only Dryer with 2 NO-TUMBLE !I I
fhunnond Knight Realty. Inc. orricBi RemainingMary Fry, Flora I
top In shoemanshlp drying cycles!
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lies. RlTlira Brack Taylor, Clyds Egley, George Palmer -
Wf.1 p.|m Buck, rl..... Riviera Beach Pablo Earlqlaz Vaslllau! a tauar. throat sJdm- I
I., George Altman John mer pump in glowy black 4 WAYS TO DRYCOMPAMV
To.l1-1 1 Tw.b wJry web heet i 9
COLORED- leather that'a at home anywhere. 1 t Tw dhdq with air s I
AdmittedFerdinand "Plus.eaunva awuwmts cyae1haFdy : i
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Llndsey Sandra Morris, Glora : ,M IMibe.e J pfM I
Morris Dorothea Simmons, Eula Only a.ha I
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: Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewialion, Fla. seated to Sonny Stalls, coach and Junior Varsity citing local children hospitaUza-: husbandman with the Service.Florida Agricultural The ed by Dr. C W. Field, TW
well Extension meat of
lion for retarded children as Animal Latin'Department
Thursday, August 22, 1963 was donated by the dewlston
received the as substantial contributions to the program is designed to inform cattlemen of AatteS1*
News the VFW team
most ;improved team trophy; donated Draws Record Boy's Ranch at Live Oak, Florida. and keep them abreast of will give a report oo the .
ii Varsity Workouts Cheerleaders Began by Radio WOWY and was Our Cymkanas, every two weeks experimental work being accomplished status of the bruceUosla
t presented to Bill McGahee, coach. Group of BoysThe provide free entertainment for the by agricultural agencies and Closing out the list PI'OI1'anI
Fall Workouts ,JUNIOR LEAGUE general public and proceeds from of current method of improvin' on the daY'1 agenda olsPeakt
t : Create Gleam In The All-Stars had too much Junior Varsity football candidates the food and drink stands purchases ranch and cattle operations. I Holmes, rural civil defense wgte 3inator
Cheerleaders of Clewlston High who are presently workingout Posse. the institute Florida .
strength for the Firemen and defeated books for the Junior Officially opening Ext ;
Coaches' Eyes School began their workouts this the league champs Sundayafternoon in the weight lifting program will be Art Hlgbie executive vice I 'who will speakIda's on how lI&ioQ Be
week under the direction of Mrs. prior to actual football instruction .
Florida Cattlemen's Association rural
10-5() L. W Howard was Sore Muscles Climax president, civil: defeni/
Janice Hill, physical education Instructor totals 29 with expected at the Pro
Coach Joe Bundy and assistant the winning pitcher and Mandy more who will! be followed by apply to cattlemen.
i Bob Baker were bubbling with enthusiasm Morrell the loser opening of school, according to Inter-Club Game T. C. Skinner University Agricultural -
Monday alter only a Mike Mazzlna with a triple and Ernest Hill, assistant coach who is The Inter-club soft ball game be- Extension engineer, who will Tire
couple of days of workout with the two singles led the All-Star hitters supervising the workouts. tween the Lions and Kiwanis played report on Florida' plan service. Blow-Out
1963 Tiger Squad. "We are green and they banged out nine hits. Tenth grade Includes Ruddy Bar- Friday evening was most entertaining Highlighting the morning session Causes Wreck
with knowledge, but strong with L I Alberto Morrell was presented ton, Bobby Hare, Emery Williams, to the spectators and will be a discussion of pasture irrigation Mr. Jimmy Wliilns
':y desire and have potentially one of the batting trophy; Mandy Morrell, Bill Lawrence, Seth Howard, painful to the players on Satur- and drainage led by Dalton Haven received facial of L>a
'/I'/"i. the fastest backfields In the state," Senior representatives are Sandra the pitching trophy; and Johnny Frankle Robertson, Donnie Morgan day. The Klwanians apparently won Harrison associate agricultural and bruises Monday lacera
1\ Bundy said.Twentytwo. Pace, captain and Jackie Goldman I Jackson accepted the championship L. W. Howard and Jimmy 14-10, though most every phase of engineer! of the Extension Service. the right front tire of about her cud: s
boys participated In ; junior members are Sara trophy for the Volunteer Fire- Rudd. the game was "unofficial" with the Kicking off the afternoon session out near the lOll
,, :, the Monday morning workout and Jo Cato, Sheila Isabel, Janice Carlln Department. Hendry County Motors Freshmen are Tony Miller, Bruce exception of Umpire Tubby Owens will be Skinner, speaking on The car swerved COurse 1'Oa4.
,, additional boys are expected when Sally Oliphant, Cindy Allen and sponsored the Junior League Trophies. McConnvlUe, Lawrence Worth, decisions they were very posi- the subject of constructing better and came to an abrupt to the rt
:, Iii school begins. All positions are up Barbara Zemonek; sophomore Gary Radish, Samuel Lang, Terry ranch fences. culvert ditch ruT Is
''I, for the taking, and competition Is members Jan Wilson, Linda Johnson Rider, John Evans and David Carl- tive.The Kiwanls were unable to field Wintering beef cattle a major the highway. Her which sons s
keen for virtually starting Mary Beth Fry, and JV members I DaVId
every ton.Eighth Jimmy Red' a team entirely of club membersand problem of the cattle industry, will Jack, who were with be
Barbara Water., Karen graders are r'Mrs.
position. are
not
Lions and Injured.
: Holland and Gayle Roland. Baseball Picnic lab Steve Sexton, Ricky Miller, borrowed three be discussed by a panel composedof I
I ; Spectators watching the workouts drafted Buren Hall tr round out, cattlemen 'who will speak from Wiggins was taken
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1 }, Friday were amazed at the vigor The girls are having practice Bobby Redlsh, Cesar Martinez the roster. I personal experiences. The speakers hospital via Pattison h r
I AmbuJan
I Tony and Bonnie Walden.
sessions through Thurs- Harper
f displayed by the candidates, who Monday Seventh include Danny The Lions, In order to cut down win be L. R. Becker, Fort Pierce; for emergency treatment+
until! school September Slated graders
nr" as ;yet haven't donned pads. Tackling day 3rd. open. WednesdayAn Kreidler, Jimmy Davis, Jerry Weaver "wear and tear," used as many as' One Lee, St. Cloud; R. W. Griffith Wendell Whaley tavertl.aW!
was brisk and exceptionally Larry Hall and Richard Blount 14 players at one time In a field Lake Wales, and H. C. Douglas accident.
hard Bundy said. I all-day picnic is being planned As the football season Dears, saturation effort which proved ZephyrhUls. I -- -
Boys presently working out include for Wednesday, August 28, at of the varsity boys unsuccessful. Contrary to popular belief .
some junior
Victor Allison, Doug Angel, Palmdale for all the boys in the and Lineups were unavailable how- Dr. Charles B. Plummer, Agricultural octopus is a ahy creature
win be elevated to the varsity that Ja
Pat Baldree, John Belcher, Rodney Baseball Midget! and Junior League baseball the remainder will play a schedule ever players were easily distinguishable Extension veterinarian I fen to be left alone, accota,
Booker, Henry Bowden, Edwin program, with Sheriff Earl of their Saturday morning by will speak on the handling and care observations at Marlneland u
i J- Cato, James Dana, Kenneth Davis, Highlights Dyess as host own.Regi.tration their sore muscles, limps and general of newly purchased cattle, follow Florida
: Donald Edwards, Richard Lindsay slowdown movement. Most of
\, (Mike Mazzlna, AI Morrell, By BUHEN HALL Ernie Miller, who to handling those participating enjoyed the evening -
I" Mandy Morrell, John McGee, arrangements for DIeM stresses Open so much that plans are under

{ James Nelson, Ronnie Olden, Smlt- MIDGET LEAGUE that an boys who have par- way to play additional games on .. :s' i
ty Polhffl, Doug Rudd, Steve The Blue All-Stars coached by ticipated la the program are For Junior Rodeo a city-wide basis.Legion .
Schneider, Joe Willis and Donnie Sonny Stalls, defeated the Red Invited. attend and that I ffrIdtIJ.
Yoder. All-Stars coached by Ernie Miller bases will lone from the Youth The Lee County Sheriff's Junior -

The boys are working out at 7:30: 10 to S Saturday night, In a game Center on that morning at 8:00 Posse today announced that Baseball s
a.m. and 6 p.m. dally and the public that was postponed from Friday The boys will be back at the the books are open for registration
r i : is Invited to watch, Sunday. because of rain. Center at 4:00: p.m. of contestants for the Junior Rodeoto Team EntertainedThe BEFORE travel
I said. Jerry Holoubek pitched scoreless be held at Terry Park, Fort American Legion Midget you fIti
baseball' for the first three innings! A hearty dinner of hamburgersand Myers, Sept. 14th and 15th. League Baseball team was entertained '
". however Mickey Williams pickedup all the trimmings will be served Vie Shemwen and Charles Rick- with a Miner roast at the write for your free

!. Sugarland Pharmacy the victory after the Reds bad the boys who will spend the ett, rodeo chairmen, made up the I, Wayside Park Wednesday, with
r gone ahead Sto31nthetopofthe day swimming and playing organized program and stated that the following arrangements being handled by TRAVELGUIDE

; L PIZZAYU I fifth inning. games. events are open to contest- Ernie Miller team coach and Com-

Mark Clark, Danny Kriedler and There is a need for adults to accompany ants: Bull riding, calf roping, mander M. C. Doke of the Post. !
Jerry Holoubek led the hitting for the boys on the trip and brone riding, barrel racing. Entry The Legion team was runner+np
2-3311 the "Big Blue" and put the game anyone Interested if urged to con- fee is two dollars for each event in the final league standings and
I out of reach with five runs in the tact Miller. Dyess Is presently on and all contestants must be be- Miller coached one of the All-Star Travel the Congress way
.\ bottom of the fifth and two more vacation, but will return in time tween the ages of twelve and 18 teams with this Travel Guide. :'
: in the sixth. to years old and registered! in a Just the
| accompany the boys on their school itze to carry In 1\\
Edward'sPlumbing Ricky Miller survived a shaky outing your pocket or the glove
I II first inning when three runs were Other events will be steer decorating Florida CattlemenTo of
compartment cart
I scored and pitched two great innings Kiwanis calf scramble, a trick pony Meet Gives rotes, locations your
) Baseball Tuesday
RepairReplacements in the second and third Bobby act At half time the crack Possette
Redlsh relieved Miner; and Team EntertainedMembers Drill Team will perform Buck Florida's tenth annual Cattle- facilities of better claw motor hotels coast to coast,
RepairINSTALLATIONS was charged with the loss. Huber'i Feed Store, 4700 Palm men's Institute will be held in Laka Inspected and approved' by Congress Motor Hotels
of the Kiwanls Midget Placid Members of Congress Motor Hotels offer free
Friday Beach Blvd., is headquarters for at 4-H Camp Cloverleaf, on
night.
: Bobby Radish
received League Baseball team and their Tuesday reservation service. We honor Credit Cards.
contestants registration.! August 27 .More than
TROUBLE the batting trophy from
SHOOTING recreation manager were entertained with a
Secretary of the Sheriffs Posse 200 cattlemen are expected to at-
MASTER LICENSE director Eugene Fuller, hamburger fry at the Elks l
Lodge
which was donated by ,Parkinson's Monday night Vic Shemwell, urged that everyone tend the institute which is being CONGRESS
J Call YU 2-6711 Dept. Store; Ricky Miller receivedthe ] Rain kept the attendance down, who can attend come along sponsored by the Florida Agricultural MOTOR HOTELS

: pitching trophy given by Thrifty -but failed to dampen the appetite and bring their friends and children Extension Service. (1674 Meridian Avenue I
325 E. Ventura "We
provide the finest in "Application of
Drug; the championship trophywon ; of the ten players present agricultural engineering -
by the Kiwanls team was pre- Jack Fry and Harry Johnson low cost entertainment plus thrills to the cattle Industrywill Miami Beach 39 Florida
i prepared the meal and were assisted and excitement for adults and chil] be stressed at the annual
i: by L. M. Weetman, chairman dren alike. All proceeds go to edu event", reports J. E. Pace, animal

LET'S GO of the boys and girls committee -
BOWLING.
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1'1, Summer leagues are now over and lanes are available Glades Oils. These deposit-free oils keep moving parts G

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!', Sheet Metal Work gallon of gasoline in every 81! Take your choiceof
Fall Leagues Forming. New' CotwtnietioB er MOTOR OILS two great oils-RPM Special and RPM Su
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a Make your reservation at JSverybody likes to see a car that'*mirror-clean that keeps engine
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POOR SALE-11 ft Owens Mahogany iw run CIR t!.... COURT FOR TUBTWHLVTH J'Ia. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven "
Runabout. Upholstered JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; IN Thursday August 22. lea ;
IlD aD. AND FOR HHNDMY COUNTY,
,, seats nylon cover Gator trailer. FLORIDA

Excellent condition $323. Meske CHANCERY NO. I4S1
--. esaa w w- TUB FIRST NATIONAL BANK)
PROS: Yukon 4201rm TOTTRENT: Furnished apartment 204 So. San Gabriel tie AT ORLANDO, a national bank-) Harlem News

RATES: Four eentl Call YU 24881. REAL ESTATE: : orranUltd and)
JDIeJ' OD. 70 centlJlDUII1 tfc FOR SALE: German Shepherd existing under the law of the
Word per 342 W. O'BISPO. Unfinished Iteelmasoll1'J United StaU of America, I I
tour IniertloniN ROOMS 8 miles South of dewis-
charge; FOR RENT Call YU house. Will sell Is puppies. TRUSTEE, Colored
th. pric. or three.10.R U881 tfc or complete to as ton on Road 832 at Griffin Bros. Plaintiff Events and News Of Our Community
buyers specifications. "
Sod Farms. lip 'L Colored News Editor
RENT A NEW Exclusive. FLORIDA CAND PRODUCTS I MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA
PIANO.
".00
a CORPORATION Dlawar
a
NORTHSIDE bedroom frame Phone YU 2-7651
RENT month. See Holdrldge Music for COMPLETELY REBUILT & Re- corporation authorlnd to

I details. YU 2-4781. Sept.5c NORTHSIDE 10000. finished Baby Grand Piano of transact Florida business..t aL In the Btat BITES HELD FOB HAZEL Moore Haven; Baptist Church
2 bedroom frame,
Music. YU
Holdrldge La-
9000. 24781.SeptSc Dfndnt ) WILSON SUNDAY Lake Harbor Baptist Couch
NOTICE! OF SUIT Belle Mt. Calvary Baptist RadervUle. -
John-
Trailers. One ACREAGE as available. TO: Final rites tor MM. Hazel ;

iENr-HOUS' Alto trailer REAL 1STATE 5 ACRES NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 BUSINESS FOR SALE-Al's Army NELSON KLUCK ton Wilson, alster-ln-law of the .
Bedroom. 1100 South Wit Avenue
2.TwO Trailer Park bath frame home. Hardwood Store fc on the market. Will Jackson, Michigan Rev. L. Holmes were conducted The host choir New Bethel AMffi:

Oewfcton tfc floors. len as a going business or will DANIEL CUBA Sunday, August 18. at 2 p.m. at of dewistoo is planning an later
fl. YU 2-2661 I 325 FHA Residence Unknown AME Church. Euitti, eating program for this day. A
I HOMES in Broward Palm rent empty building. A. N. Pearly HERBERTO FKL1UR St. James

AGE FOR RENT-SOO acres ExcellentBu.iness Beach and Dade counties, various man. SeptSc *ld..nc* Unknown Florida. Rev. C. A. Richardson, special Invitation Is extended tonil.

uclt for vegetable crops. Goodi sizes and prices. Small cash R RaUANDO*.ldnc* Unknown FERNANDEZ pastor officiating. You will be musically enrich
pavement J. M. Lank- payment FOR SALE: Duroc Jersey pigs S ANTONIO OUERRA Funeral services were as fellows ed. Please come early to assure
i! Near weeks old. Bargain prices while Raldno Unknown choice seat T. J. Sanders
. Clewlston j Aug22c FOR RENT Efficiencies and CABIMIRO HERNANDEZ : Processional; Hymn 551 by yourself a
OpportunityOne houses as available. they last Call :Moore Haven WH Residence Unknown the church choir; Invocation; First president Rev. Holmes pastor

, oEjJT-Furnished and Over 1,000() vacant lots to select 8-2801. After 5:00: p.m. call YU KLEU8IPO HERNANDEZ scripture Psalms Oil; Selection .
I I Residence Unknown
alien. Johnson Fishing Camp of South Floridas beet from for all purposes. Various. 2-7344 aug29c ALVARO MORt'Lt choir; Mrs. Wilson (as a ChristIan -

1.1181. I specialized Machine Shops fully I prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. Re.ld.ac.ANTONIO OLIVA Unknown. ) Mrs. Alethla Alexander; Mrs. MBSowrWEMAEBONNER

"RENT 2 and 3 room fur- equipped being sold with AND INCOME FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, Residence Unkno..nEMILIO Wilson (as a friend), Mrs. Amanda DIES FRIDAY NIGHT
1 ( PROPERTY: printed with form for social security PAZ Mrs. Willie Mae Bonner passed
apartment Phone 21271. land, and buildings ready to Baker; Solo, Mrs. Irma Armstrong -
el ticRLNT operate. 1962 gross business in $360: MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent withholding and other de Roildeno PFKKIRB Unkao..nVEDItO ; Acknowledgments Mrs.Virginia away Friday; night, August 16. 1963

excess of $60.000. CBS construction $25,000. ductions. Box of 500. Gewlston Residence Unknown Sallett; Obituary Mrs. T. at her home on Tennessee Street

l Trailers and Trait LONG TERM low Interest, farm News Office JUAN.....*PEREZAdd. Unknown H. Russell; Second scripture; Selection Harlem. Funeral services will be

ipaces. Royal Palm Trailer This business may be purchased cane, grove and ranch mortgages FOR SALE Parrakeets $2.00 I1ENEDITO PRATS Choir; Eulogy Rev. C. A. conducted Sunday afternoon Aug.
Phone YU 22603. tf e with small cash outlay- minimum $50,000.: Residence Unknown 23: at 1:30: at New Bethel
t LISTINGS up. Mynah birds African lovebirds RICARDO VIURA: Richardson; Viewing the Remains, p.m.
and NEEDEDJ.
excellent terms or long Residence Unknown AME Church Rev. L. Holmes
fumed monkeys, cages supplies.Pet RecessionaL
bedroom
: RENT Two term lease. M. LANKFORD SERGIO ZAMORANO
trailer. Call YU 2-3252. tic Beg. Real Estate* Broker boarding. Thompson Wild Residence UnkownAll Interment was In Mt. Olive Cemetery I pastor officiating.

For more information call 530 East Sugarland HighwayFire Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- parties claiming Interest by.Dofondanti in Eustls Florida.FRIENDSHIP She is survived by her mother,
Small efficiency 1238. tic through, under or agalnnt ea/d/ Mrs. Shelley McGUl, and sir
one
RENT -
: FRANK DENMEAD Auto and General and all partlee havInt .
irtment. Lights and water turns Registered Broker Insurance or claiming to have any BAPTIST kr. Mrs. Pearl Brewington and a
month. Phone YU I' ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS I right, title or Interest In the boat of relatives and friends Red-
$45 per TO I..un dewiston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 property hrln described Rev O. D. Williams Pastor
,)J. tIc Guaranteed. $19.93 down, $14.04 You are hereby notified' that a I The Deaconess Council of the dlch Funeral Home In charge of
month LAKE APPLIANCECO. ult has bn filed a.ralnt you In arrangements.
I............................B..............., ATTENTION CATTLEMENWE per., YU 2-7151. tic the above entitled caui, and that I church conducted services throughout
you are required to file your aniwerwith the day last Sunday. Deacon
have listings from 320 to 25,000 the clerk of this court and to Jessie Johnson conducted devotion CIIUBCn NEWS

acres of excellent cattle land in nerve I or a copy plaintiff thereof attorney upon the whoa plain.tiff for the morning worship music NEW BETHEL AME

DeSoto and surrounding counties name I* Carter A. Brsdforl of the Jter. I* Holmes. Pastor
BUSINESS 'DIRECTORY I ISEE (miscellaneous\ WantedSEMIRETIRED Office of Sidney C. Ward, lOG E.! 'was furnished by the No. 1 choir.
priced from $100 to $125 Revival services heldat
per acre. Waahlncton; Street Orlando Florida, Speaker tor the morning. was Mrs. are being
Down payments from 10 to 29% not later than September; ihh. lltl. Susie I* Beckton. the church preaching each night
i with long term balance. For further If. you_ fall _to do ao a Decree Pro this week. You and all friends
conroMo will b* entered agalnat you At 3 p.m. the devotion was con- ;your
US FOR WALDRON'S details can Arcadia (Collect) for the relief demanded In the Com ducted by Deacon Caleb Davis are cordially Invited to attend
MAN. Watkins plaint. This suit I la 1
WA to foreclo a I
9-3401 WA 8-1261.
or aug29c
30TTL DGAS mortgage. Tb. real visiting choir from New Bethel
route Is available for this area. property proceeded
MEATS AND GROCERIES agalnit salBeglnning CARD OF THANKS
AME Church
selection.
Many semi-retired men now earning sang special I
at a point ',"G." '
:AppliancesSalesService Open 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. sit a to 8 p.m. DEMAND GREATER THAN $60.00 to $15000 per week. feet IIa.t of the Intersection of Guest speaker was Mrs. Fannie Leroy Williams wishes to thank
EVER for bowes busi.. flection Jl, 14. II, and 14. those who made contributions,
Six Days a Week acreage Also have one full time Route 41 1j Davis. The 7 p.m. devotion was upon
South,
nesses. We haft customers waJtInl. Township Rang his request, to bring happiness to
available For interview in ;your Bait thence continue In an conducted by Deacon Ben Brown.
(CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) List your property with us. area write Mr. McGarrty, Box: Easterly direction along the The day's program was closed with the Crenshaw family. Every donation

POWER GASCORPORATION J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU 27501. 827. Wllliston. Florida. ate Southern aforesaid boundary Section II line and of the the a literary program made up from whether large or small, was

for Your Spur of Moment Picnics tIc North bank of the canal a dl.. members of the church and the greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs.
MACHINIST WANTED with experience tance of lit flea thence at right Council Crenshaw and family are also
FOR SALE 3 bedroom house. angle la a Southerly
direction a
Four Miles East of
: dewtstoa in general maintenance dlatanc of 441 thankful and grateful to for
Unfinished Small down 432 West feett: thence at Mrs. Vera Mae Brown pres. ;you
and repair ..b.Jp.ill time steady right angle In a Westerly dlr. Deaconess Council. all that was done to lighten their
Bare Beach El Paso. aug29p reotlon a distance of lit feet)
CALL COLLECTxuth job for reliable man. Burley WeieV! thence at right angle In a burden. Along 'with Mr. Williams

xuth WY 8-S321 FOR SALE-BLOCK HOUSE log and Machine Shop 1625 N northerly 44S direction a dUtanc of HARLEM: ACADEMTSCHOOL they pray for the best In life for
feet to
the
Hardwood floors, three bedroomsone Miami Ave., Miami Florida. Phone ; containing point'.'1 acre of beginning more NEWS each and all of ;you.

HENDRY COUNTY J'R83968. Ito or lei*. Bald property being Leroy Williams Mr. and
bath living;room dining room, otherwise All new students and first graders Mrs.

tie & Abstract Co. Attention Cattlemen kitchen. Call YU 2-6074. Locatedat KINDERGARTEN REO ::1ST R A- of B.! Elliott described Oroe". and by Aiiocla-survey who have not registered will Crenshaw and Family

, 829 E. Ventura Avenue tee, Inc. Engineer and Surrey-
Attracts Title lasoraaeerubllo New,'It 'tta tune to consolidate aug29p TION with Silvia Aguirre Open ore, dale December 10. llll.a register August 28th-29th at 9:00: CARD OP
THANKS
.
Stenographer follow i e m. until 3:00: Students who
p.m.
for
this School starts
September
L.Uepy1ni. : Duplicating rear ..... with a long term firm year. The North 441 feet of the I attended Harlem Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones wish I,
4th. Ages 4 to 5. Free PIck- W.. Academy school
Wdn 81. and Park Are.UtFi. loan Low Interest rates with quarter t 110 of feet Section of the 14, Northeast last year will be to express their thanks to everyonefor I
already
Sale
ffi SCflfaneous'for up and Delivery. CaB YU 2-8692. Township registered
?. O. Box UI
41 South, Rang 14 Bait, Hendry for the I malting;; their daughter's wedding 1
coming and need
OUnie Mttl Federal LaiulBank Special rates for non-transported County, Florida. year, not I
children. SeptBo f Subject to all road and canal re-register. The first day of school} reception a success We wish I
for prompt,"Effldenr' c rlghte-of-way and *a>*meut* of I wm be September 3rd at I a.m. I to extend our greatest appreciation
See er WriteW. FOR SALE Brand new double WANTED 20 music students record. to Mrs. Thelma I II
more To All first Ziegler for helpIng -
gether graders
Home delIVel'1r'IIB with all real prop who did not
B. MAY steel bunk beds $20 use as single
;
to complete our fan sched erty of every description by the register! In the pre-school with: the decorations and Miss :

MIAMI HERALD Box U' Wtleald Building the or NEW double surplus bunk bonk beds.buds.Last Al's of ule. Holdrldge Music YU 2-4781. Company the execution owned of at the the mortgageor time of up must be_six years old round-I, I Clara Jean Moore and Min :HVan.clna I I

Jl Bobby Giddens Bradenton Florida Army Store. SeptSo _'_'u Septic bunt thereafter that the acquired lI.n ft', tha being.....the.t_ I nrn day or January 1964. and, freshments.Hill for assisting with re f I
-' --- Among those
gage hall automatically i Include they cannot enter without a birth present :
YO i-im I all real estate at any time certflcate. W. will be glad to help were Grady Moody. Mr and
acqqulred, or ever situate, while Mrs. Amos I
Services Beckton ,
Business Robert Math- :
NOW OPEN the mortgage remain In fore :ym obtain your child's birth certificate I
EVINRUDESales Together with all machinery if you need help.A. I I 1 is, Miss Francine Hill Miss Clara :
equipment furniture, S.
fixture Moore sirs Mattie Rhodes :Miss
A.
BEars and all other penonal property Thomas principal
of the Company thereon Lucy Butler Miss Edna Graysoo
situate, I
WATCH REPAIR SHOP FREE CAR to be given by I'
away and all hereditament MIss Ora Lee I
and ServiceNew The Henderson. :Miss
"Chuck" Wells Motor Company purtenance thereon to b:40r in preplanning program was I
SUGARMILL ROAD -watch for details in the NEWS. anywise appertaining. begun August IS, 1963, with the Dorothy O. Clark John Lipely,
and Used Motors Wltne** my hand and seal of thl* following Jlmmle Lee Wagner Sidney Delaney -
tfc Court at LaBclle Florida, this 5th program;
W Marine Hardware FOR SALE Frlgidalre stove and day of August, IMS 9-9.30: devotion, Harlem PTA: Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Thomas : I

\S Parts and Accessories refrigerator. Coldspot air conditioner BLUM & SONS PLASTERING (SEALDOROTHY MOORS! t 0118 k 9:30-10, Greetings and introductions Miss Willie Mae Thomas and Mrs. '

\.,\"- Marine Safety Equipment Good condition. Call YU Very Best Work:" Byl Margaret Byrd. Deputy A. A. Thomas principal; 10-10:15: Isabella Rease. Out of town guests I'

\ Phone moa S-5ZU 2-3741 tic We Save You Money CARTER the office A. BRADFORDof of break. were the mother and brother of the

Pattering, Simulated Stone Sidney C. Ward 10:30-12: Discussion of clubs and groom Mrs. Annie Mae Hayward
R. E. WALDRON coo B. Washington Street and B. S.
R Stucco Free Estimate Orlando, Florida: extra curricular activities, Miss Hayward

Licensed and Insured Attorney for Plaintiff Vivian Randolph and S. Humphrys

Ii 23 Years In Business CN 454Aug.. IS II 12 1, Lunch. 1-2. Evaluation of William Swift has returned
II 3850 Lora Street 15, gept I, lltl aftera
Tampa Tribune Real EstateExclusive Fort Myers, Fla. tip club periods Miss O. Harris and delightful vacation with relatives -
Mrs. D. W Hill
ED 7.0171 or OX 44874 ; 2-3. administra and friends in Macon Ga.
aid \ Listings NOTICE FOR SEALED BIDS tive welcome and excerpts. from I
Sealed bid. will b* received by I II
Office open 7 days a week the Hendry County Hospital Authority 'Hendry county and state school I
Ft. Myers NOW OPEN (hereinafter called the Authority I- policies, J. Homer Bible Supt of II I
t ) for patient room furnitureat DewDrop Inn
FOB SALE!:
/ News Press and until *:00 pm. Eaetern Public Instruction Hendry County. I I
First time offered BUrs ard .Time, Tuesday, i banlt There will be sessions held each Barbecuelng Again

t Home Delivery 250' Hlway 27 frontage, Inside WATCH REPAIR SHOP 150). at Clewleton the Hendry, Florida General, at which Hoapltai. day through Aug. 29. On The Weekend

1 W. O. CAMPBELL city limits of dewkrton. May be time and place or a* won thereafter Some of the outstanding educators
SUGARMELL ROADI the Tommle Lee and
Phone 3.1791HATHCOCK'S a* Authority can attend Eddie Mae
purchased whole or part to til* earn, the sealed bide will be appearing on the programsare Coleman Proprietor
publicly opened and read The : Mrs. B. UcPhall. I
Dr. Gilmore
5'acres of within mile Authority will thereafter make -
cane H HAVE the facilities to place FHA the Ii
and US. 27. :::4du of the contract purchase C. E. Homsby Dr. Vaughn
Lake
of insured mortgages* For information ,. the result of the tabu and other consultants.. Sept 3 Is I i
, !,dons
about conditional commitments a* covered by applicable
AUTO' SALES A SERVICE Three bedroom. two bath, on law and regulation first full day of schooL Harlem Club I

XJCStAUKANT A SEBTIC3: four luU. C.D.s. New Central call Rachel Padgett YU Detailed specifications may be Monday morning the devotionfor i
3-1941. augzzc obtained from th. office of th. AJmlnletrator Your Favorite Mixed! Drink : .
STATION beat and air condition. : : of Hendry Oenoral Hocpltal the pre-planning program was
Cfewl .1Ww Clwlton, Florida, on and conducted by Mrs. Lottie Williams Cocktails i
SINGER SEWING MACHINE i
OPEN ALL NIGHT FOB BENT after August II, 11.. Fried
near "" representative will be at Old- The Authority reserve. the right and Mrs. Vera L. Whltfleld instructors Chicken Sandwiches I

'ltJl-12OI. We over dose 2 bedroom furnished apartment dens Furniture Store each Friday. 1 any to waive and *all Informalltle bide. and to reject of the Whltfleld's KIndergarten Recorded Music, Popular Band) I .

$90.00 per month For parts sales, service stop in HENDRT COUNTY Miss A. E. O. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Win Wallace II

I Irmers call YU 24721. tic HOSPITAL AUTHORITY presided at the ProprietorsHilton's
or piano Mrs. M. I.
I
0 1 bedroom unfurnished ) ode.. Fred C. Slkea Chairman I ,
CNJ|| Black recited the meaning of devotion.
ATTENTION $55.00 month. SLIP COVERS and Custom
per drapes. Aug. II lilt Mrs.
Lottie Williams
HCN III gave
made. Complete line of
1 bedroom. kitchen and bath. Aug. U, llll.NOTICH. the thought for today In reciting I

Cane Growers,and Ranchers Air conditioned $90.00 per Free drapery estimates.and slip Call cover YU fabrics.2-583L "I Can Do", written -by ElIzabethBar GroceryGroceries

month Hass. Special for
guests the Fresh Meat
Van Cothem's Custom Furnitureand OF 1ELBCTIONNOTICE
LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND TRAILERS Upholstery' ,. tie ) 19 HEREBY GIVEN THAT morning were Mrs. B. MePhafl. VegetablesCold
THB CITY COMMlrtSION OF THB health consultant and Dr. Gilmore Drinks Essential Items
86 10 wide 2 bedroom CITY OF CLEWUTON, FLORIDA
1958
YOURFINANCING
WISELY PLAN bat certified that the following who led the discussion from professional We Appreciate Your Patronage
Small down assume payments PUBLIC :NOTICEIV named persons are qualified to have ethics.CHOIKfl Mr. and Mrs. Thnntea BBtea
4 City lots paved street," fenced, their gam.. :f..E'i.to-a; ballot. Preprleten
for the .... the
'Cat Mortrare well and pump septic tank and office of City Commissioner to beheld UNION MEETS I
patio for House Trailer. 10 x TUB COUNTY-JUDGES' COCRTIIT September I, IMIi I ,I In
rrnt BANK LOAN The I
monthly choir' Uunlon
LEON BEMBRT will
85' Trailer Included Total price AND FOR HENDHY COUNTY.FLoRIDA I
r SARA E. FOUNTAIN.H be Mid Sunday August 25 at New I :
$4000. and take over Trailer 'I' JONES: JR. n JULIA'S I
or f
S 1111aeh .. debf.a... nc H! E8TATB ) Bethel AME
FRED C. SIXES church dewlstoa at
farm lpevemeats. low hDcDa purskaseaSi payments. Terms to right party.INCOME DAISY MAE) CHRISTENS) No.Nor JAMES F. WALKER: JR. 3:30
d : o'clock.Nine : BEAUTY NOOK
.ehJDee aDd lmfUI1 to1rtst ****- ** CREDITORS The election will b* held In the
: fa PWCBM. of a fatm grove W .raac*. All trvdltori! TO of the .itto of Fir. Station, la the City Hall Build groups win be participating. For That" New Look

fvehase more land. Excellent block of colored rental DAISY MAD CHRI8TKNBEN. d ing.The< Clewletoa poll will 'b"*dp.: ,. at seven. Bethel AME South Bays; Mt Hatter ttjVag Cotthur
: Provide capitol foads for he farm enterprise.tLVSSJJ1 property. cuecd, arc b.r l)7) notUUd and r:- o'clock A. M. and will clop at even Calvary Baptist South Bay; Friendship No Appobtm.....
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*** ">** which they mar have clnjt said Tlm o'clock. P. M. Eastern Standard Baptist, Benbow; Bethel AME, Friday and Saturday .
: ADVANTAGESaraaeats. Five small apartments reducedfor ..Ut. In the offloo of tin. count/ Moor. Haven, Baptist Church: _Mray Jells Sales Proprietor
The following election I
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Pllbllca.1 Mr. Addle MeOehe !
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: Blonaker Inspector ELITE
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS Cewiston Fla.j 1' ;
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and flagship tf Commander
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.. I Thursday, August 22, 1903Governor's ""l'I"\;, ,', : '. Carrier Division IT of the Pacific WATCH
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'j ,Ii Takes Lead in Cold War Education 4 t. ..\ Her a last brief trip stop to last Pearl December Harborwas Serviceby ;


f Florida, "through lit governor, peal of Communism. They fell to -.-.. U1\.", \1,. when Hornet was enroute home
t tif"
,, from a Western Pacific cruise.
backed Soviet
Its county commissioner educators political warfare by d awyn. >
1 and, most Important of all armies. It was not the appealof i w wj 1K "' Belle Glade
1 its citizens", has assumed a leadership Communism that returned the : I jt1VcP' ... /1.'" Tonight and every night 1 is a

;, role In cold war education, Hungarians to the Communist good night to go out to a movie l Jewelry
I P, a Florida spokesman told the National ;yoke. It was not the appeal of

d Association of County Officials Communism that enslaved the peoples
I which met recently in Den of China and Cuba. It was the Striking docks a
:I skillful practice of political war- y luwr specialty

ver.Florida's having "ringside Beat fare," Evans expounded. l Leave
'I' for the subversion' and conquest of items at
The only real obstacle today {
teaBon before a Communist world Lake Appliance

governmental officials and citizens, dictatorship Is a strong United Boots Guides Gas Ice
: : 317
States, determined to use It* zw- Saarland; Hwy
according to John E. Evans, DI- strength wisely and well la -j Fishing Tackle Supplies
rector of the Florida Center for Clewiston
:. Cold War Education, and special freedom's cause, Evans said. Johnson'sFishing
.hl
assistant to Coy Farrls Bryant To assure that determination, Prompt, Effecient

l p Florida legislators provided for a Camp
Evans addressed the county Service
official group July II, high school course called" "Amer i dewbton, Flo.
icanism vs. Communism, and the a I l af '
Glades County was not rep N
Florida Center for Cold War Edu-
resented at the meeting. I
cation, both the first of their kind

G Interest throughout the state in on a state basis in the nation, the

Cold War activities, however, speaker said .
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I doesn't mean all is being done that Evans urged the county officials MAMMOTH TANK CAR MAKES FIRST APPEARANCE Inn. The link actually holds 82,097 callous of

,I..f should be done to combat the to employ their position and ability In Clewiston. Dan McCarthy and liquid gas and weights 137,278 pounds; It la approximately
I threat to American freedom, Evans to "shake America out of It'. Loyas Barton of Glades Gis and C E. Wilson, 60 feet long and has no beams con- Us :

'. declared. shell," and Interest the citizenryin ACL freight agent are dwarfed by the site of ..ectog: the nheel trucks because of the 1(% Inch

"We are falling behind today in the study and understanding. of this 30.000 LP gas tank car which Is rapidly thickness of the tank. McCarthy, who purchased

education for Cold War victory," the Cold War. replacing the regular 10,000 cat tank cars McCarthy a 10,000 gallon tank ear for his own use, Air ConditionYour

\ Evans said "Reliable Information '"One important way you can who purchases his gas from Warren will continue to use It for short hauls and lor

; from Cuba is that more that 600 help in this effort is through recognition said that the cost In freight for the large tank iterate during the winter, when gas consumption -
I persons each week enter that island of Cold War Education as car Is approximately one-third more than for the Is heavy.-STAFF PHOTO.
I for intensive training! in political smaller tank ear, thus create tremendous av- Car ,
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warfare, about half are then I

; sent on for advanced training be-I a proper Involvement for respect.able and Guernseys, which were Complete With Installation I

bind the Iron Curtain, and we are Did You Know? citizens," Evans said Dairying ImportantTo Imported from the English oNLY$274.50
I
told that goodly number of those Channel .Islands; Ayrshire, Easy Budget Plan
I 600 start out from, and will return "It Is, I regret to say, nee_
; which came from Scotland (plus tax)
:,. to, the U.S. While this is going You can get sary to sake Americanism repeetable. *- Florida ;
I Holstelns, which arrived from
i on, there languishes in Congress Aided by the antic ofextremeUU ; Economy .
Holland; and Brown Swiss,
: a bill to create a Freedom Bar-B-Q to GO! and radicals of I
: If all the milk which were brought from BECK MOTORSPhone
Academy to provide training in the every description there are produced in the
defense of freedom for American Old South Offers theMe who seem to be trying to continental United, States were Switserland.

diplomatic, military, and other make a legitimate concern for gathered together, 'it would make "Dairying is an important fad

personnel No sense of urgency bas Chicken Catfish the principles of conscience a river 3,300' miles long, 40 feet tor in our economy', ranking fourth YU 3-1301 '
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imanUested itself in the Congress and the Constitution suspect In wide and three- feet deep. The in retail sales among Florida's agricultural

,. in support of this measure, probably the eyes of food clthensi who source of that river would be enterprises", stresses
because none exists. in the nation Rib Dinners have driven by hue and headline America' 17,000,000 dairy cattle, Reaves. "In 1961, the retail valueof
," Evans said. many otherwise forthright of which 180,000 reside on Florida's our state's dairy products was
American Into a timid 781 dairy farms. It is fitting $135,000.000: : exceeded only by the
I; The freedoms of the American Packaged to go I silence and away from partlcl- tribute to this production that value of forest citrus and vegetable

elUien today Evan asserted" atloa In, and from understanding America is now observing the 27th products," he points out CQMPtEIEPRINTING

,: are the target of the Seconds .if you ask. of, the treat moral and political anniversary of June Dairy Month. Everyone needs milk. The daily
most arrressive and Intensive
banes of our times" "Milk is one of mankind's oldest requirement for children is threeto
political" warfare known to hi., Come in and place your Evan declared. known foods", points out C. W. four cups; teenagers need fouror
V tory. The contest in the world order or Reaves, Agricultural Extension more; and adults should drinkat
today, he added ". not be- Evans told the group ht was not dairy specialist "Evidence shows least two cups per day. For

tween competing ideologies trying! to say that Cold War education that cows were being milked as I those counting calories, milk contains
It I* freedom' fight against Phone YU 2-9322 wluld win back Cuba or destroy long ago as 9,000 B.C. ." the necessary proteins, vita-
skillfully waged political war the Iron Curtain Such education mina and minerals essential to any
Five major. breeds of
dairy
i fare. and your order will be can, he said, "make :your cattle are Important milk producers diet SERVICE

In this political skirmishing, : country a better place to live, for la Amerlea. All fire I Milk I la even recommended
Evans declared, "arguing the men it wffl lead to the sort of Interested breeds are represented la as an aid to good looks Jolla "Serving Hendry and Glades, Counties"PROFESSIONAL

its of Communist philosophy offers citizenry that stimulates the Florida. These Include Jerseys Robert Powers, the famous
development of bold new programsfor model agency executive aye,
"i j no more protection from Communist -
.r. encroachments than did ,- A peace and prosperity at home ".'yt been observing glam

,( tog the philosophy of his national and abroad . ('j ('y // P R' ourous models for years and I
t socialism deter Hitler's early con "It can assure that the great)j It'. simply a matter of course
F' i' quests. body of public opinion on ". '" 'IPIiY for them to drink a glass of PRESSWORK /

"The enslaved Eastern Europ issues will not be pressln'// milk at every meal."
I
'1( either extremelsts or Due to research and modern 'I
; ean peoples did not fall to the ap ad-I(
i =' and it carries the promise that no ADVICE IS THE ONLY V vances, milk provides high PRACTICAL ;

Ideological battle will be forfeitedto THINS 1 KNOW WHICH IS tion at low cost, the Agricultural

r Communism by American Ignorance *MOfU BLESSED TO T Extension Service dairyman points

1 of the war we are in, of GIVE THAN out Milk and milk products provide PRICES.
RECEIVED1963Runblen .
what we are fighting against, or 28 percent of the nation's essential

t Are You Insured? ignorance of what we are fighting food nutrient for only
for," Eveans concluded. about 19 cents of each food dollar I

spent by consumers I
A loggerhead turtle at Marine- 1. No job too large or

r land of Florida has Increased its Gerald J. Lewis I
'
s Arlene didn't make it to the mainland weight Weighing 11,680 one-half times an In ounce nine years when Visits HawaiiGerald small.II .

but perhaps Beulah Cinda Debra first hatched, it now weigh S61wunds. r J. Lewis; airman, USN,
or or Whatever
son of Mr and Mrs. W. T. Lewis your printing needs,

I of Lake Placid, formerly of Clewis- you'll find
ect. will I us ready, willing and
ton, serving aboard the antisubmarine -
1
7Let Public Notice warfare support aircraft, able to fill them!

carrier USS Hornet is seeing one
us check'your storm insurance of World War II's foremost station Give us a call for free estimates

n THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT points during! the Hornet's visit to
IN AND FOR HKDRY! CO UN/ TIT.KLOHIDA .
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
; coverage tomorrow may be too late.Beardsley. IN PROBATE NO 3" I Hornet participated in raids on
IN RE: ESTATE] OF )
BILLY OSCEOLA, 5 5Deead Palau Yap, Truk, in the capture The CLEWISTON NEWS
) of Salpaa and the battles of the
NOTICD TO CLAIMANTSYou CREDITORS AND Phllllpine Sea. She also saw action Phone YU 3-1201 Central Ave.

and each of you era herebynotified in the Battle of Surigao Strait and P. 0. Box
1236 Fla
and required to prnt any the attacks on Northern Luzon and I Clewiston,
r Ulm and deiu..., yoU, O
Nash :lth.r of you, may \a-;:against th* 32* E SUGAR l AMI H formosa. PUBLISHERS OF -
:' .Ut. of BILLY OSCEOLA decease, As an antisubmarine HENDRY COUNTY DEMOCRAT
.d, Ut of said County, to the Count Hornet I NEWS GLADES COUNTY
specializes in
Judc of Hendrjr County, Florida, carrler'l PHONE OR 5-J54I PHONE WH W81
at hi* ofric In the Court Hou., destroying enemy .
Insurance .aRelle Florida, within sin (tall -
1 Agency Calendar month from th*. dal.> of
I ''t the flrit publication of thin notice.
Each claim or demand must b.. In
I Phone YU 2.7501 Clewiston writing and mu.t aisle th. place of
r..ld.nca. and poit office. address of
: th.. claimant and must b*. sworn toby
I NEW OFFICE HOURS I AJkf. to B WO. the claimant his ..."10 or his
;., CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS attorney. or th.. ..me will become. Complete Line Of
rtl r- void according to law. ri
I :J'I Such codltor or claimant must at
the. time of filing of the name. deliver .-
a copy of such claim to the. Building Material{
>J County Judo In compliance) with --J
Chapter (1-114, Law of Florida for
I l' See Our Large Display UI1.Tltl.
tlth day of July. IMS
The Seminole Tribe of Florida -J I
> 1 1''' By BILLY OSCEOLA .
y' Of New Mobile Homes Chairman' of Tribal Council
Seminole Tribe of Florida.
I I Executor of the Eatat.01. FOR LARGE OR SMALL
,fir Billy Oaceola, dcd.i .

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I We also Carry Trailer Accessories JAMES CI.wl.ton.
Ownership of Dado-Monro Realtya '
You Buy For Less la a* follows
.
t Jam W. Paitorlu
N P. O Box led

at It I.Clewleton my Intention Florida to apply to th*
Clerk of the Circuit Court la and Hare Lumber and
for Hendry County, Florida, to register Ready Mix Inc.
I I CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. the aid'name of Dado-Uonroo
Realty under Mfr. provision I of ,
Chapter Ittll/law of Florida, Act

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