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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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VOLUME 36 NUMBE t 36 FLORIDA THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, Return Postage Guaranteed. See. 345 t, PM Subscription $4.00 year





Poland(Editor'., Note: The following and The farms Hungary, while quite w small,.(av.,f Jones Sikes Bembry Commissioners [ I

fin of travel through Poland I eragiflg about 14 acres each) .re _
and Hungary Is by J. R Sprattp,,, beautiful and well massaged Laa1
I s eon Ailed Land year, Poland exported over one
and chairman of million hams to the U. S. Dairy

IStf Ction.!Count Mr Spratt Board.of was .Public mem- ed and to poultry other products European were expo .
I countries: Election Draws
to People" tour, Poland Spirited
of of a people today Is an outstandln g
Parted by Florida'CommissionerDoyle example to*the world of what a I I
I. Agriculture Conner braVe and dedicated people can do. .
thrOub the U. S. State Department While the people appear to be \ ",<
lASt t week's story discussed the nappy, It Is evident,that they dreamof 68% Registered VotersAn
lauMian portion of the tour. This the day when they will again be i

I neks trip deals with ,conditions 1 an Independent nation.. They do not t
j \two-of the Satellite countries) expect miracles and apparently astounding 68 percent of the in 1965. Voder the city charter
have little hope Jn gaining such; registered voters of Clewiston took the candidates receiving the highest
freedom ln the foreseeable future e, part In Tuesday's election: which and the second highest Dumber .'
Ai one moves from the Soviet While there are no Russian returned three Incumbents to positions of vote receive four :year
union !Into Poland, a Satellite troops In Poland, there are several I. 4 I a on the city commission term and the one receiving the
I country under Communistic g mrein- divisions on, the border ready to. ti 'qa against the challenge of two other third highest number the two ;year
laent! a different atmosphere U move in should the "local boys' candidates.Commissioner. term.
lanced Immediately .The people
get to ambitious.
and They do not like T. H. Jones Jr. Other commUsluncrs'; whose
lire very friendly apparently; to think talk city
or
of
a revolution
Lye considerably more freedom war, or lead the ticket with 434 votes; Commissioner present terms will expire Jn 1965;
so they are
\\i act and speech. While an the lot which has been calmly taking Fred C. Sikes was second are Richard O. Mattaon, and DankMct )
I\urban) property and businesses them. assigned to with 437 votes and Mayor Leon rth7. ,' ''*: j

lienon are owned and operated As stated, the farms In \ Bembry was) third with 409 votes The weather: was bright and
I if the government some M per (Continued on Page Poland Of the challengers Mrs. Sarah sunny Tuesday and ,voting warn
I cent of the farms are still private Eight) Fountain received tW votes and brisk throughout the day few-vot,

I:j owned.I James F, Walker Jr.. 138. era having to'stand In line to wait
Poland was first occupied by PTA ", Of the 1,003 registered voters, far one of the two voting machines;, I
Iflermany; in World War n and was SCHOOLFRIDAY 684 ballots were 'counted. There used In the voting place at the lire
lit completely destroyed, ravaged LEA were 52 absentee ballots returnedto station. I
and deprived of an material things .. .:, ..\ the city office but 11 of these After the polls closed at seven'
II i ..'- Docslble by the German EVENINGThe i were thrown out In the vote count o'clock ,election officials recorde4 .

I irony, Dwight D. Eisenhower said annual school of Instructionand ,t', ;,t '': ', t ;' because they were not properly ex- the votes! ,from the machines,,
I oboe he was there in IHS that he training seminar for Parent- ,, r "..,, ..... "\\1')"'I, t ,: j t'J ecuted.. and later the canvassing boardBemb1'1.
I mull like for every American o, Teacher officers and }, 'J ) \ .. ?_ .: J,1, : :" j Commissioners Jones and SItes McCarthy Jones and Sikes -, !
committee ;. ..., k = _
Ijoldier
to see the destruction of chairman, sponsored ., are elected for four year terms, ,canvassed the ballots Includingthe ii
by the Lee
liana Littlefleldi*; that he had seen many County Council of Parents and Teachers QUEEN CEOWNSA QUEEN-Mrs. LuTUa.<*,j Beataeade epenlnr the Waterway XI yean ate, expiring! in 1967 and Bembry receives absentees with the machine; ,''I !
but had never seen win be held in the Tropic It.) Hooks right ef Clewiston miles with happy'was/ selected te erewn the 1(63 Queen. MlMSlewert the two year term expiring count. i
finch"" senseless and unbounded maIlidoui Isles Elementary School, Fort My aces when Miss Janet Stewart, ale ef ClewistM.. wen In competition with representatives ll ..
destruction. Therefore 1m- era, Friday evening September received the erewa as Queen of the Okeechobee, teem ether communities along the waterway. ;
I llud mediately following( the war, Po- beginning at 7 o'clock. e'l Waterway Beataeade Friday Bleat. Mrs. Books (Phete courtesy Fort Myera Newt-Press). Record 1,566 Answer !

I!military was standpoint not only but helpless faced from with _The school,designed to acquaint I who was Queen representing LaBeUe, l. the '. I .

I duration, lack of living quarters officers and committee chairmen Roll Morn

I lud MM other which necessities.they will Then probably, for with policy! their will present duties and Mrs.with Elsie PTA Eu- ClewUton Site Of Janet Sfewert Is Chosen .! Tuesday / i '

I never understand, this country banks of Ellenton, vice president of II Opening day enrollment at the I hand for opening day the Breather I
FCD Meet 13
I tits our consent, was turned over the Florida Congress of Parents' Sept. Waterway Boatacade QueenJanet schools in the Clewiston area Tuesday was bright and fair and schools "

Ik Russia. Even so, with no visible and Teachers In charge of education The Central and Southern Flora was a record 1,566, and expected operated smoothly for a completeday

|power to resist, they have been as the guest speaker Flood Control District board Si weri, 18 year old daughter tered Florida State University. Sh. to climb higher as the :year of classes.
I able to retain some remnants of Planning the session is Mrs. John will hold its September meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. expects to major In business ad- progresses, following a pattern of
|freedom. I Walker, general chairman; Mrs. In Clewiston on the 13th. Sugar- Slewert, was chosen queen of the ministration. past years.
Poland, which is about the size Charles Wood, president of the land Auditorium has been reserved Okeechobee Waterway at the kickoff Runners-up in the Queen selection Supervising principal James E. Guest Minister At
lot New Mexico, had about 36 council and Mrs. Bert Dudley president for the meeting, ,for which dinner Friday tight In Fort were Miss Jean Smiley In- Brandon reported SOl on opening I
I mJJ1IOII.jeOpl.) prior ,to the-jw, of District 10, Florida Con- Senator Elmer Friday la snaking Myers. fe i diantown, and Miss Nicki Kruse. Tuesday at the high school Including Methodist Church ,
|lu| some six mfflloirfrom-war J.I:*.I-cIt.Parenta sad Teachers acrangem ttts. "' The pretty- ajkfperfcnaUe blonde FortMjwrs. both Junior and senior high ;Fv. ,,William: Allen a Methodlstminister '
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1 amities) starvation and German PTA members in Hendry, glades, i All of the board meetings are won the hearts of.the members of Mrs. Hooks accompanied: 1 the tosses. Mrs..Mabel Magffl rePorted fconi the North who bafAapplied II
I concentration camps. In spite of Charlotte Collier and Lee counties open to the public the Okeechobee Waterway Association Queen and all contestants on thtwoday the elementary school had 576 for membership In the I''
I:to, their are invited to attend the school. o who selected I enrolled on opening day (with another -
cities have been rebuilt; her from a groupof boatacade, aboard the Florida Conference, will be guest
are attractive, clean and modern. lovelies representing towns along Tropic Isles, 66-ft. luxury yacht 10 yesterday). Principal A A. speaker at the First Methodist
the waterway. owned by Gerald Moody of Fort Thomas of harlem Academy reported Church Sunday morning.
Okeelanta Officer Holiday Traffic Record Perfect Miss Slewert received her crown Myers. 489 at that school on openIng Rev. Allen Is presently; residingIn

from another pretty and personable day. Fort Myers. Rev. Richard O.
Dies in MiamiManuel Clewiston resident,,-Mrs. Lillian All of these schools showed! an Knight Is on vacation and win be I
Commend Labor
Lopez de Qulntana. 67, I Officers Day DriversLocal (R.R.) Hooks, who was selected. Waterway Group Increase over opening day last '(gone for three weeks I
executive vice president of Okee- a Waterway Queen (representing year The high school Increase was
!tau Sugar Refinery Inc.. died residents, and motorists ed one charge of drunk driving In LaBelle) In the first Boatacade on Declares Holiday from 440 to 501; elementary grades !
ADD FAST
,today l In Miami. He came to Flor- traveling through Hendry county Hendry county and several speedIng the Okeechobee Waterway 26 years from 565 to S76 and Harlem Academy UP i
Ida from Havana, Cuba in 1952 and were praised this week by Troop charges in Glades county during ago Boatacade Success Increased from 463 to 489. When you speed in Mexico, says :
to been associated! with the ell Sheriff and the City Chief of a radar check during the week- Miss Slewert Is a graduate of An Indication of the Increase of the Peninsula Motor Club (AAA). I
i ten since that time He was sugar wen.known Police for an unblemished traffic end. 3ewiston High School, employed Declaring the Labor Day Boata enrollment as the "season" advances police charge you at the rate of 10 \ I
In the Lake Okeechobee tug record on the Labor Day holiday Sheriff Earl Dyess said ha and his summer In the offices of the cade a very successful event, Okee Is seen in the high school en- peso ((80 cents) for each kilometer I
If circles. Not a single traffic accident his deputies were well pleased Okeelanta Sugar Refinery at South chobee Waterways Association of- rollment of 507 at peak of last 0 over the posted limit But remember '
He Is survived by his widow, marred the holiday period, extending with the week-end record In the Bay She left from Stuart Monday flclals will plan the repeat event year's term when only 440 enrolled kilometers count up faster
""MB. and four daughters, reslwti officially from 6 o'clock Friday county. "There were many people for Tallahassee where she has en-I next season to Include an overnight on opening day. than mike: 10 kilometers Is the
/ of Miami, and a son, Manuel- evening to midnight Monday,-a on the highways; our folks, who stop in Clewiston. This year the There was a complete faculty on equivalent of 02137 miles
full 78 hours.
made In Belle Glade -
stop was
IJJW Qulntana, of went elsewhere to spend the last
; There were a few arrests but no Seminole
listen and three brother more than on an average weekend. weekend of summer and a steady Hangs Approximately 75 boats took part
CuhI,
Trooper Ray Brown, in Western stream of traffic mostly north- In the two-day trip. Sixty made the
lA1fBdlllg the funeral services Hendry county, reported two bound Friday night and Saturday fun trip all the way from Fort
I K*were held and mostly southbound until midnight Self to TreeThe
!In
Miami Tuesday charges for speeding' one for no Myers to Stuart and others Joined
I wwinj were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. drivers license two for public Monday; but In spite"of al the group along the route.A .
'"wtnez.H.T. Vaughn, Sr. and drunkenness and one for overwidth these, we had no accidents said body of Harry Jumper 55- :
tr. and Mrs. Manuel de Quintana vehicle'load.Trooper the sheriff. year-old Seminole was found hang refreshment and information I
cis family, of Cle aistoa. Dave Tomlinson report- Traffic on the water was a.he.1 ed to a tree In the Big Cypress Reservation booth was set up on the lakefrontat
Clewiston for the benefit of those
Friday and authorities
as on land, relatively (peaking -
said the sheriff. In addlton ,to pronounced It 'a suicide. Jumper boaters who stopped here. The firs
the Labor Day boatacade, scores had apparently removed his shirt group, outboard boats whose speed
of people from Miami and other and tied It tightly around his neck was greater than the larger boats, /
- /spots came to Clewiston with their and the limb of a tree while stand- made a picnics stop here and enjoyed
--- boats to join in enjoying Lake tag on a tall rock; than steppedoff the facilities of the picnic Y B, 4 aMts r ,. I

Okeechobee fishing, boating and the rock., tables at the levee and at the wayside MEMBERS OF THE COACHING STAFF of ClewUton Hlch School are ; I
water ski-ing Some skiers were Sheriff Earl Dyess, who assisted park Ernest Hill, head coach Joe Bandy and Bob Baker. The new staff be j
warned about skI-ing In the entrance iD Investigating the death, said gee work with athletics two weeks prior to the opening of school.
The Ctowiiton Chamber of Commerce :
Jumper had been ,
employed In New .
to Industrial canal at the I STAFF PHOTO. I .
hurricane gates where boats were Jersey in an alligator wrestling sponsored local participation 1
entering and leaving, creating a exhibition. Upon bearing of a suicide In the event. Miss Janet Sle has changed to quarterback for i
hazard to traffic. hanging of a Seminole While wert, Boatacade Queen, and Mrs. Coaching Staff his senior year, and doing a superb
Imprisoned at Ralford. he became ;i. R Hooks who officiated at the Job Coach Bundy said. L i l
Chief W. A. Whaley said Clew- des ondent and gave up his Job Coronation ceremony made the entire Bundy invited the Kiwanis to at-
iston was a quiet spot during the returning to Florida. He brooded trip,Aboard the Tropic Isles,! Lauds Football tend the Blue-Gold game :Firday
week-end. "We had no more problems over the incident and seemed to I largest boat In the crulsu. night. Sept. 13 at Cane Field and r
than an average weekend, became obsessed with the Idea of
the squad under condi
sec game
and considering the large number I his own.death by hanging. It was The entire two day trip was without team at KiwanisMembers tions. I
of people passing through we were reported that he.consulted a medicine Incident or emergency arising Morrison announced that Jack
k very well pleased with the behavior man on the reservation who to any boat. Two outboard motors .
Spratt will give a talk on his Russian
required repair but mechanics of the coaching: staff of
of these people We had no attempted to counsel with him. on '
trouble at all, either with local I Then be disappeared, and his I the trip quickly: put them back In Clewiston High School lauded the I tour at next Wednesday'smeeting. "
residents or visitors." I body was found "hanging to the running condition. efforts and desires of football canlidates I I'
The officers were unanimous In tree Edgar Johnson, Gainesville attorney at the Kiwanis Luncheon I II
their commendation of the public He was burled In the Seminole and Alachua county commissioner Wednesday at the Clewiston Inn. I l
for their careful safe driving, and reservation Cemetery at Danla on who is executive secretary Coach Joe Bundy was Introduced New Radio. TV //i
their good behavior during the Monday, with Patttson Funeral of the Florida Waterway Association b1' Earl Morrison, program chairman '
weekend. Home assisting with arrangements came down from Gainesville for September. Bundy. In turn Shop Opens 'I j 1.
I to make the Boatacade trip, Introduced Bob Baker backfield
I William H. Carithers of 1
as the official' representative of coach who felt that the 1963 Tiger Jeffery I ,
Band Association Note Front the state group. backfield could compete with any son.. Georgia,, has announced the I'' +
Doors
i : Miss Barbara Banta of Los Angeles In the state and termed It exceptaally opening of a radio and TV repair !I'
Supper-Meet Tues.The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. fast. Ernest HOI, line and service In Clewiston at 108 Bond I
Street.
Howard Banta (he la executive junior varsity coach noted the lack ,
first meeting of the Band Open at Hospital I secretary: of the Okeechobee Waterway of weight in the line but stressedlat Carttheri has some 3& ;years experience I I
I in the electronic field and i
Association wm be held In the Association) planned her this was being offset by enluslasm -
Home Economics room at Clewis Hendry General Hospital Is happy o Florida vacation to coincide with with a new "stunting" decided to move to dewbton because
ton High School at ':10 Tuesday to announce the opening of Its the Boatacade. and accompaniedthe iefense. 'The line will average of the farming and sugarcane o
_w evening, September 10, according! new. front entrance. The front entrance group from 1Fbrt Myers. bout. 150 pounds Hill said. boom which makes the Ever.
,
to Mrs. Dan McCarthy presidentA win be used kt an times sn- Other well-known Fort Myers residents Buodjr also introduced Mike, Maa- glades among the fastest growing,
covered dish wm be cent in eases of emergencies At areas la the state. Be has three
supper were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald nine and Al Morren, who told of the ,
enjoyed preceding the meeting. An that time the back entrance win be brothers living here and ,w01 be '
Moody Mr. and Mrs. Chesley F. school spirit and desire to win poittons i
band parents and band members used. Ferry and. Mr. and Mrs. Paul J'G the squad. The coach joined by his family. 'in.,,the" very :I
*** eroweed Q oca *' are urged to attend. Important A visitor's parking area has Franklin. near future.
It N [ MeOOXVlUJS b by Mayer Bembry as Mr. Franklin Is OWA noted the position change Mazzlna
% An"
:
lie Gawp 1 at the C, L M.* 6wim.lag> whoa> ice***2S the business bend's will participation include: discussion duringfootball of I hi been front provided of the on hospital Hagamore and Street Is Indicated CruUemaster president and tor Perry the second served as tad made In or er to Improve' the the News advertisement tens of free elsewhere prizes to be In I II I k +
the drew consecutive team overall
Martina was an outstanding
a A7 .S8eiskfrter6TArr PHOTO season. appropriate slams I ,given away during the grand open-'
Cmby aid ) year halfback last yeas ADd Jq.Sprott .
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ii'ii'I'' I' '*CO Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Fla.iR Sept 13, as the Clewlston Tigers ..., Rawls Receives for tigatlons engineering to derive studies nZ*?" ,

: Thursday, September 8, 1963 will play a Blue-Gold practice bleplanoftoprovrmeS fell-!
) at Canefleld Donations will be ScholarshipOscar related economic and tilt
to squad insurance. The civil works Justification ft(
pay
I will no doubt stimulate interest + G. Rawls, assistant chiefof sonvilte district projects of the Jaci.
; The Clewiston News the planning and reports branchof In the fields
the season opener with flood control, river and fl
the V.S. Army Corps of Engi-
there, on Friday, Sept 20. and beach protect development I
neers In Jacksonville, is one of two

"Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewistonand Not laughing-ss-at him, but Corps employees nationwide, to receive Jacksonville Rawls, who office has faTtf to tilt I
year's scholarship at the ,
him Gene Fuller, a 1eart
llendry County. has been in
University of Michigan: for graduate dewfcton many

" Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston, fitness around rather professional stooped is (( study In natural resources In connection with hi* work times

i Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. as a result of pitching: : development and policy; analysis.He .
\ Entered as Second dans Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post Monday. It seems something f began classes this week at Ann --
l i Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, ped in his back and he can't Arbor, Mich, and will receive: the Sugarland Pharmacy
I degree of Master of Science in Conservation
1879. .
r straightened upFULLER'S at the conclusion of hisyear's
I t'
/ f t"I' EDITORIAL PIZZAYU
rATIONAL ORIDq study
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""I., I AS S C TI O N ,0 The branch in which Rawls is

ri & & regularly; employed in responsible 2-3311
By AL FULLER ; =-
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher (P : ; ;
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S. H. STALLS Managing Editor Washington Many years ser"r
Send and Receive Your Shipments
The House got Into quite
a
td Subscription: Rates .......... $400 per yearc"l1iOtI
mood during a slow spell. ,
(Return Postage Guaranteed) \
;:;. body; started "cutting the fool" I By
'" Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3.1201Advertising a few of the members Jokingly :
; Rates on application. The management reserves
bated an appropriation of $
the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! !
to build railroad to REA EXPRESSFOR
a the moon.It'
TKJB NEWS ..iimea no r .pon.lbllitr for the return of unsolicitednanuicrlpti
or photograph too bad they weren't
THE MEWS aaranie no financial mponilbllltjr for typotraphlealerror about It As it is now ", .
or ommlulona in advortlmmont but If notified. of ouch errors bofora -
tha nut IMUO of tho paper will reprint oorrootly that part of the Spending billions to get then. -
)i advortlMment In whloh the error' occurred In the event a tlmo olomont; be planning to
would render the oorrootlon "&lu.I..., the Now will roduco the price may use a ,, :
of till dyortUemant by an amount equal to tha pero.nta'l of the total modern vehicle, but It's still :
spans ao tho orronooua or omitted copy represented. ridiculous.
----- as I Overnight service to and from Mi.
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.: uation, if the men would only take
ami Jacksonville and
Baltimore Thieves broke Tampa;
an interest Virtually; every man in

te Sonny .S8z.1 projects Clewlston accomplished benefits directly by the; from American -; a watch n't paper steal dog.Sherman company much. though.plant They Only ,*. New Low Rates

Legion, GI Training VA
I hospitals, loans, etc, b* said. I t : ) Information:
Red roses to everyone: to the incumbents Mode was known by almost everyone Texas At the ;
who were re-elected; the in the area and his smiling Avenue Church of Christ the Phone YU 2-2141
t remaining candidates for stirringup face and staunch support of theveteran'li I broad boulevard. Hundreds of EthIopians -

: so much Interest in the campaign groups will be keenly. flocked: around ktarlng at
I and giving the voters a missed. the rets.Most Inquire:
choice; and to the large number of -asA of the natives couldn't un-
,I voters who went to the polls and poop sheet from,, McDUl: AFB i derstand how it worked and some ACL Freight Depot
expressed the choice for a record warns that we may expect to see of them asked, "Can the people in
breaking 69 percent turnout. If numerous flights of low flying in those boxes see us too?"
such 'Interest were taken in all the future. The new F-4C is replacing :- .
elections, a great many of the un- the F-M Thunderstreaki and Concord, N. H. A man asked
pleasantrIes we experience In our the veteran student-trainees will be the Fish and Game Departmentif
government would never come stationed at Tampa until 1964 when I Have it restored by the way b&fished was legal lIe
bout The majority should speak they will move to Tucson, Arizona. said he had a hunting dog that
not the minority because they The low level flights cover most Artcraft could: point at trout.
show an Interest. of Florida in the aircraft which is Upholster The Department said It wasn't
-ssIA being tagged the fastest and most 849 E. Illegal as far as they knew, butit
the sudden passing of Mode versatile in the world. It if a two- Sugarland Hwy. would be best if tha dog had a
Doke, the Clewlston American' place, twin-engine fighter, nick fishing lIcense.STEVE .
Legion Post and Auxiliary Patrol!' named the Phantom tIr
1< tJ 1, unit have lost a pillar of .treDlth.1 The Air Force in alerting the
.: iti Though not active in a organizations public to the navigation flights, .I JOHNSON
Mosle noted that not fresh 't..
was a perfectionist the pilots arc IS U F GRADUATESteve
In his activities with the ones out of school, but experienced) .'
yr" ,. he supported and was currently fighter pilots who have been selected Johnson, son of Mr. and I I
carrying: on almost a one-man crusade to retrain for this high performance Mrs. Edgar Johnson of Clewiston, I
n, :.;;... creating new interest and activity :- aircraft. The planes cruise was among the graduates who received -
." in the Legion Post about 400 mph and may be seen their diplomas at the University -
I'' .' In a receat "session" he pointed skirting Clewlston almost daily. of Florida graduation ceremonies -
(, I l to the potential strength in numbers -i -IS- t We can turn your old upholstered furniture on.August 10th.

I t the Legion had available to Sports fans should circle their ....... '_1.-_Y}_into modern* *and. attractiv&.pieces. Steve received at that time .a APT, MOTEL
I help Improve our governmental sit' calendar for next Frkfay n'ghC' ; -f Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture -
and was also commissioned IN THE HEART OF THE .PALM.._.. BEACHES
l s as a second lieutenant in the I Enjoy a weekend or week. a* lovely Singer Wand, M tbs.
U. S. Army on the same date, and center ol iSe Palm leaches. alas hm I the comfort of your co
motel' roeir efficiency; of I.2 bedroom apartment with cookingfocilltlei.
will
I report for active duty at Fort!
II Air Conditioned. with .iwlmmlng; pool and private.
When safety? counts signs:and rubber....poundJprod 16i# better Bennlng, Ga., on September 30. beach. Nearby fishing golfing, and boating
... While attending the university,' ..
.
1 Faction..mon mileage... less noise and road mm mm SEND FOR FREE BROCHURE AND RATES.
Steve was a cadet In the ROTC, a
I' count' Al ZAS'ibration every mile! And ATLAS gives you a '. member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Ceorge 113 Inlway Apt. Motel Phone Ar.a .. .,....

on two quick-action guarantees: adjust Fraternity, and the Newell Entomological Palm teach Shorn, Florida 141-2531

I I you drive, new ATLAS Plycron Tires work to :ment prorated on the tread remaining, or on Society. No' .I.la NAMI____
Attending the graduation his
1 keep you safe. With. 25% more working rubber number of :months in use. See your Standard IfI parents, Mr. and Mrs Edgar were John-' PorlyAdelta- ADDRESS

t on the road, you get better skid-resistance... station today. Find out how little safety costs! son, of Clewiston and his uncle and _

for better steering,quicker stops.New tread de- STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) aunt, Mr. and Mrs H. R. Clark, of CUd,.._ CITY STATI_
Dublin Ga.

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Club Selects 1 This Intellectual side of the Sun Clewlatol:1:, J1a. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three JdThursday.
Book KIn,'. world, the aide of reason OBITUARIESMosie I September6,1963'' ,
and peace-this It the aspect of his
Historical Novel tory that particularly fascinates t
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with Pattlson
Will and Ariel Durant. Explorersand Doke Fatally tery I'I I
l vol.ume in charge of arrangements.
Louis XIV etyht
of s
The Ale voyagers get little apace com Itir Reduced $20.004piece
and Ariel Dur.nt'OnUlDeDtal Stricken Thursday
Of Will pared with the men who stayed at
ten-volume series The home-to write books, paint pic Mosie C. Doke 58. of dcwlston Vasilous D. Toulis

Story\ ol av111z tlon. Is the Bookof.theMoDth lures, discover scientific laws, compose s+ was fatally stricken Thursday Vasllous D. Toulis, 69, a rest
Club selection for Sept- music and enliven the salonsof morning with an. apparant heart dent of Clewlston for the last 10
attack while at Ford's Shell Station I Rattan Sectional '
Paris with their epigrams. The months died Thursday in Hendry
"tdi XIV ruled France for seirJ quiet philosopher Spinoza Is givena : on Sugarland Highway I General Hospital! following a brief Fabric
: .two years, from 165 until whole chapter. The rise of the According to reports. Doke was ,illness.A Gold
Ins. He stamped his personality life Insurance business in Louis th visiting and enjoying a soft drink native of Larlsa Greece and Zipper covers

not only upon his own realm but XVTs reign Is described, as are the when he suddenly became dizzy I a restaurant cook by trade the deceased Previously adv. $159.50This
and assisted his An
was to car.
most of Europe more deeply scientific advances of the age. is survived by two nephews
upon monarch since the days Romantic stories far ambulance was summoned and Tony and Bill Toulis and a sister- week only
any I stranger
than he was taken immediately to Hen-
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than fiction in law, Mrs Jennie
mark
fA Rome. I the Durant dry General Hospital where he
Though war and dominant diplomacy. he .' chronicle. One learns of the tragicomedy .. 4 was pronounced dead on arrival.He dewiston.Services were held Saturday afternoon $139.50Will
the European of
made France Through his wisdom claimed Sabbatal Zevl, who NEW CLEWISTON ELEMENTAKY TEACHEES include (left to right) had been a resident of Clew. at Pattlson Funeral Chapel be reduced $10.00
to be the
power. his generosity he set welcomed Messiah and was Miss Betty Falls second cradei Mb Jane Prle, music Miss Patricia iston for the past 23 year., coming 1 with Father Clark Dorman vicarof
taste and by hundreds of until sold.
lie thousand here from I'ahone. Prior to weekly
artltlstio and social of Swans second grade; sod Mrs. Frances lagers, exceptional croup. serving St. Martin' Church officiating:
the
her up at rejoicing Jews and ended as a STAFF PHOTO. as a rural mail carrier, he Pallbearers were G. H. Brown
seeder of the Western civilization. Moslem prlnsoner Or of the fantastic was employed by the United States W. L. Howell, T. Michaels I. T. Van Cothern's
epic of the Turkish grand Sugar Corporation as a commissary
vizier who Invaded Austria Inqulsltlveness. They produce vast of Philosophy ((1926)), and subsequently Blair, R. L. Sapplngton and J.
with at Benbow Camp. A
If t't I. camels and quantities of Interesting and little- the flnt volumes of The manager Michaels. Custom UpholsteryPhone
elephants
/ (y In his bag- known facts:. native of Bowling Green the deceased Burial was in Ridgelawn Ceme-
,, age train. Story of Civilization had been very active in YU 2-5831
Born In North Adams, Massachusetts tery, with Pattlson Funeral Homein
So vast was Louis' Influence that in 1855 Will Durant resolved From 1929 on Will and Ariel Dur- the American Legion Post 83, and charge of arrangements.
gentlemen from Peru to Poland and ant concentrated on the grand design current commander; he was a past
long to research
SPEAKING WITHOUTO3, built themselves fine houses modeled write the history ago of civilization. He; for their epic work. The proJect lieutenant and presently first sergeant
THINKING IS LIKE SHOOT- after Vercailles and adorned began this work while completinghis has called for Increasingly: Intensive of the Florida Highway Patrol
of theFirst You UnderINSURED
member Are
1N& WITHOUT AIMING, them with classical statuary and doctoral thesis at Columbia University research and study, two Auxiliary; a ElksLodge
Church and the
00e baroque paintings Like the Grand at the time of the First trips around the world, and frequent Baptist 1653.Survivors.
Monarch himself, these aristocratswore sojourns abroad. The Dur
World War.
include his widow, '
high heels periwigs, laces I ants make their home today In
o 0 and At an early age he developed his Mrs Loy Doke, dewliton; a son ?
ipa. flowery waistcoats. They prid- Caliofrnla in a house high In the
s ed concept of integrated cultural history Gene B. Doke, Bradenton; a broth-
themselves on being able to hills above Los Angeles.
t- y in by lecturing: on philosophy, er John W. Doke; four sisters,
converse
French the
language of literature science music and art Two more books will complete Mrs. Mary Futral. Mrs. Nolan
"true culture. I to groups of working people In a their Story of Civilization: Volume Peeples. all of Ft. Meade; Mal Let us check your policies for adequate coverage -;
International Intellectual coo- church at Fourteenth Street and Nine, The Age of Voltaire; and Dan Griffith St Petersburg and
tration according to the Durants Second Avenue, Manhattan Out of' Volume Ten, Rosseau and Revolu- Mrs Q. C Polk C elland.
began in the! Europe of Louis XIV. these lectures grew the volume I' lion which will bring the series to Funeral services were conducted
Czar Peter of Russia visited most which made him famous The Story I Napoleon and the 19th century.LET'S Saturday morning at the First
of the countries of western Europeto -- Baptist Church with Rev. John L. Before a Disaster!
study their social and technical Bray Tampa a former pastor officiating -
organization, before dragging Russia and Rev. Vie Turner as

MCalin_ LMrll ..1, "groaning and protesting" out GO BOWLING. sisting.
of the Middle Ages Louis actuallyput Active pallbearers were Sgt

Boat Accessories foreign scientists on the payroll I Summer leagues are now over and lanes are available Ralph Hays, Troopers Jack Bent, BeardsleyNashInsurance
of the French state without Jack Edgemon Dave Tomlinson,
for bowling at all times. ". I
requiring them to come to France open Ray Brown and Carl Williams of
and work. Philosophers and the Fla. Highway Patrol Honorary Agency J j''
thoughtful statesmen constantly Fall Leagues Forming. pallbearers included Capt Jake ,,
Raulerson and Lt. John Conroy of
corresponded with one another
across frontiers. Make your reservation at once. the Fla. Highway Patrol membersof Phone YU 2.7501 Clewislon j .

sr Gilbert Hlgbet, in his recent report the dewiston Highway Patrol ::
NEW OFFICE HOUKSi S AJW. to B P.M. J
GLADES BOWLING LANESWY Auxiliary Unit and postal employee "
to Club members, says of the CLOSED ALL DAT SATURDAYS .aI /
husband-and-wife team of Will and 6-3275 Bt. 80 South *. J. I II
Ariel Durant: "They combine Industrious Burial was in Ridgelawn Ceme- I
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.,. Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Cl.ewlltoD, :Fla I
," I Thursday, September II, 1963 I 1 1 1"l Bi I Clewiston Church Directory


'jj I of cooler weather !is the time 01 BAPTIST CHURCH rI
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Flu Shots danger. It takes a month for a shot COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN' Highway 720 I ST. MARGARETS CllTlOi

to become effective. ... 407 Royal Palm Avenue Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor 208 North Atlantic Street
; Urged By There is no guarantee that a 'tl 11i Henry II. Ford Minister 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School Phone YUkon 2-1811
shot will keep ;you from gettingflu 9:45: .m.-Sunday School 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Ctewlston Florida
i' i Health but It is the only way medical i 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 6:45: p.m.Training Union Eev. Lards F. Conaal1J
Parish
Dept.Dont'e Nursery In the Worship Ac1m1alstrator
science knows of heloina; protectyou. 11:00: a.m.- 8.00: p.m.-Evening Sunday Masses .
8
House Wednesday: .m. &
delay another day Inoculation after exposure is t Westminster Fellow ; Weekday Masses U:30: 1...
6:00: p m.- 8:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 7:001: st,
.1 I getting your flu shot, says the useless. It's too late, then. Thereare shipWednesday Holy Days ol Obllaauon, 1:00
State Board of Health. The onset no specific treatments for flu : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Confessions, Saturday frotu: 4 01
7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice 102 E. Ventura, Arena and I to 1 pbs b 1
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS who Joined the faculty tills year Include
left to right Miss Ellie Aytes, EncUah; Mrs. Janice Hill, physical education Rev. L. T. Fagan, Pastor ST.MARTIN'S-
; Samuel Thompson, EnslUh; and Miss Martha Roberts, JuniorEnilUh. 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School ( CHUCK
NOTICEYou STAFF PHOTO. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service Epboepal)
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Sooth ClewUton 6:45: p.m.-Training Union m North Pacify
Rev. Herb ffigdon. Pastor 8:00 p.m.-Evening Service The Rev. Clark H. Dornum.
cigarette smoking, snuff dipping;, liquor You Just have to suffer it and who have chronic disabling diseas 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School Wednesday; : Sunday Services: VW

drinking card playing, story telling;, sin loving; hope it doesn't turn into pneu- es."While 11:00 a.m.-Worship Service 7:00: iF.m.-Officers and Teachers 7:30: a.m.-Earlo Euchirlst:
preachers and deacons that has helped to get; this monia. The best treatment is bed it fa Important for every 7:00: p.m. Baptist Training Unto Meeting 9:30: a.m.-Famtty ServlcT
country in the shape it is in. rest, good food, plenty of liquids person possible to be immunized, 8:00: p.ro_Worshlp Service 8.00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service Church School IDd
drops to relieve with the public Saints
and aspirin or nose persons dealing Tuesday: and Holy D
// you will listen to the 20th CENTWY REFORMATION discomfort Antibiotics help and who associate generally with 8:00: p.m.-Brotherhood 8:43: p.m.-cholr Practice nounced. yl U D
only if complications! set It. the public have a special need for Wednesday; : Confessions by appointmentCHURCH
HOUR, you may become a better immunization. There are a varietyof 7:30: p.m.-Hour of PrayerThursday
infection, -
of
The source says viruses but the Influenza vaccine NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY
American if you never become a Christian. Dr. Clarence M. Sharp, assistant you get from your family 8:00: p.m.:-Choir Practice BAPTIST CHURCH APOSTOLIC OF JESUS CHUB
state health officer and director of for set N. FraacUoo Street FArni
is the protection
physician best
Listen Monday thru Friday the board's Bureau of Preventable South Ue 4 f..
," the more common vlruse Viruses Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor
Belle Glade Radio at 10:30: a.m. Diseases, are discharges from the seems to be ,undergoing changes THE CLEWISTON ASSEMBLYOF 10:00: a.m.-8unda1 School 10:00 Bro.a.m.Luther-Sunday DIxon,Pastor
of infected School
mouth and nose per- year by year and one strain maybe GOD 11:00: a.m.Morning Worship 11:00:
( a.m-Preachlag
Phillip Davis Clewiston, Fla. ons. completely replaced by anotherin James F. Klmbrel, Fitter 6:30: p.m.-BTC Tuesday:
"Avoid persons who spit anywhere i 10 or 15 years. Therefore :you Sunday: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship 7:30
except into" a disposable tlsue should be immunized each year" Sunday School, 10:00: Wednesday: Friday p.m.-Pr.er: MeeUng
i or container, be said. "Avoid Adult Worship, 11:00: I 7:30: p.m.-Praer Service 7:30
P.m.-YOUD'
Don't Penney
use
coughers and sneezers. UML
i Youth Worship, 11:00:
eating Sunday At Ing
towels drinking glasses Laymen Prayer Hour, 7:00: FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
SCHOOL DAYS utenslle or toilet articles of infected ChurchLaym.n' Evangelistic! Rally 7W: S31 W. Oaeeola AvenM CHURCH-OF Caddy
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persons."Last Presbyterian Tuesday; : Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor (Chfiattaa)
ore here again and the year there were 12,358 observed Orchestra Practice, 7:00 9:45: a.m.-Church School North Sugarlind
be Auditorium
thought of going back to the -a reported cases in Florida and Sunday at the Day"Vlll Community Presbyterian Wednesday: 11:00: a.m. Morning service John C. Scheffler, Minister .
books sounds like work-but probably more that were'nt reported. Church during the morning Christ's Ambassadors, 7:45: 6.00: p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship 10:00: a.m. Bible School
i:" It pays I Why not study the last 11:00
There were 88 deaths yea.In worship service. : a.m.-Communion ud 1'II-
: I "+' Book that pays dividends 1961, there were 50 deaths Abner Vann will give the opening Wednesday: ship Service
i{ r;, after this life Is over "Veriverify/ / soy unto you, fie that among 4,176 cases So far this invocation and announce the COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL 7:15: p.m.-Choir Practice Wednesday; :

i ', Wefh, my word, and ",Iieyet"/ in Him that sent, me, hath year, there have been over 7,000 I hymn selections; Mrs. Viola Owen, HOLINESS CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD 7:30 p.m.-Bible Study
''i ev.Iarfinplit.; :John 5i24 cases against some 11,000 to the will lead the responsive reading! ; Sooth Clewliton 312 8. Pacific Avenue -
similar time last year. Frank Conkling will read the Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor CHURCH or awn
j ;, Community Presbyterian Church "Get ;your flu shot; get plentyof scripture; Old Brown will give the 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Rev. Joe Coleman School Jot South Central!Aram
10:00 a.m.-8unda
407 Royal Palm Avenue rest and good food to build up offertory prayer; J. W. Beardsley, 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship : Earl Arnold, Minister
Service
: 11:00: a.m.-Morning
; resistance. This is especially the pastorlal prayer and H. N. 7:43: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic Sunday:
I HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister your Service. 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship 1C:00: a.m.-Blble School
Important among older persons.Approximateb'three.quarters Godbey will give the morning mes
9:45: A.M. Bible School of all Wednesday: Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Worship
I j' 11:00: A.M. WorshipLaymen's sage. 7:45 Service 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:00 p.m. Worship
flu deaths occur among persons un- Rev. H H. Ford is vacationingand : p.m.-Prayer
der five and over 65. Immunizations is expected to return home before Friday: Friday: Wednesday:
7:30: p.m.-Youn People's Endeavor 7:30
Sunday 7:45 Service : p.m.-Mld1reek Devotion
: p.m-Youth
N P'f especially Important for persons the following Sunday.
and Bible Study
in these age groups and persons

Birthday GreetingsSept This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following:


5: O. C, Wilcox Jr., Ellie Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson's

r Kehoe Douglas Pridgen. Norma Motors
Complete Jeputmeat
Watts. STANDARD' OIL COMPANY
; Sept. I: Tommy Owens, Diane Phone N501 -

Berner, Marjorl!,.Roberts, Helen I
TjiiiiiiL Dickey Giddens Furniture Clewis ton Federal
Sept. 7: Frank E. Conkling, L. Kelly Tractor Co.
P. Andrews, Mrs. Henry Keechl,, Store sAVnoos LOAX ASS'I
Phone 24301
.' Albert KeetchLSept :
8: Marjorie Hand Martin, 'It's Easy to Pay -

Carl H. Berner. The Clewiaton News 'Jbe CJddena Way' Royal's Inc.
Sept. I: Carole Dlckson) Preston
1 H4mmohd. ttbf/i Thomas, Hooker .

Register for FREE PRIZES Grand McDuffi, Salty Jepson..
during Opening
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(g Sept 10: Gaynan Rackstraw,, "Come Thou and Worship With U's"'
Jan Hutto, John Weetman, Georgia

On Friday, September 6Carithers Weetmin Rena Mae Strick It's FallREVIVAL
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11< Sept 11: William G. Perry.: W gills

Stokes Betty "Cartton, Wayne

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Douglas.Sept 12: Otto Larsen Vlrglnli


CARD OF THANKSWe

wish to express our since At TheFirst
t Relocating in Clewiston appreciation for the many kindnesses
to us in the recent loss oi "
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our husband and father. Your expressions
: We want you to stop in and register for FREE PRIZES. The first of sympathy, flowers,,

4 three people to register will receive a FREE SERVICE CALL. visits, cards and prayers have Baptist ChurchVentura
r'I done much to comfort us in our
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We have a low advertising budget, therefore most of our advertisingwill AND FAMILY M. t GOODWIN

be by word of mouth. t
CARD OP! THANKSWe
deeply' appreciate the many

f, We have the latest in electronic testing equipment, with 22 years prayers, expressions of sympathy: ,
flowers and cards;!Inbehalf of our
experience. loved one. Them kind deeds of
our friends,have *cn such a helpto omQ
us and will bf forever' cherished.
4 '. We installed and serviced President Eisenhower's I TV's in Augusta Q o a

Ga. MRS. M C.DOKE
GENE 1. DOKE
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{. We make most of our repairs in your home, with same day'service. CARD OFT' THANK i
4: I want to thafk t:each one for
1 p your prayers flowers, visits and
.. cards during In the local
my toy
: We guarantee all repairs for three months. hospital. Also Dpcto:" McOonvffle

4 and the hospital,staff: for their and Central
; .. kindnesses. ,May God bless eachOEORGIIM.PA1MER Avenues
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I We service all makes of TV*, car radios, home radios sets, of )'OIL .: Clewiston, Fla.

stereos and'color TVs. ":
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page FIve ,
Clewtaton Florida :
orchid from her
wedding arrangement I Thursday, September 9, 1983 II


The young couple left for a honeymoon Mrs. Bob McClue of Johnstown,
r/eu/6 with a 190 pin average. Sgt
/ trip to Nassau and will 'lbom-j I of Silver Grove
6 as is scheduled for an Pa., T. J. Goodwill :
return briefly to Clewiston before J LOCALS & signment in November and his family Ka., and Mrs. Ma Stebbins of
leaving for
New Orleans, where [
called to Clewiston-
they will reside. rill make their home in Clew I Tampa were
taken during the one year assignment lit week for he funeral of their
The bride is a graduate of dew- 1 M. L. Good.
Patricia Elder and --- father and brother,
Miss Max SummersAre iston High School and of Mather I
and Mrs. Dave Stockman attended Mrs. Jennie Toulls left today
School Mr.
of returned
Nursing Baptist Hospital Mrs. M. V. Glotfelty, win.Mrs.
New Orleans. She is presently the Knothead Square Dance for New York City to visit for last week from a two months' visitin M. V. Glotfelty, and her
Married in Church Ceremony employed at Oschner Foundation jamboree at Clearwater Saturday, some time with her son, Bill Tout- her native state, Pennsylvania. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and,
and Mjwday of this week, Is, and family, including their new
Hospital. New Orleans. Sunday She also enjoyed a two weeks trip Mrs. H. D. Strieker spent the

ML[ Patricia Ruth Elder, of nuptial music. Mrs. Kelly sang "I The groom is a graduate of the 1 which was attended by 1,025 dan daughter. to Canada. Accompanying her on weekend In Eu Us.

Orleans. daughter of Mr. and Love You Truly" and "Because". University, of Missouri, where be I cers. Mr. Stockman reports that behopes Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sparks and her summer trip was friend, Mrs.
NeW Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lowcrn arer
to begin dance classes
j. E. Elder of CVewfcton, wasmsrried The traditional wedding marches majored agriculture. He is employed I square daughter of Orlando spent the holiday Ofcelma Hlgenbotham, at BaraipoU.
)IrL in the near future in Clewiston. in Miami for a few days' attendinga
to Max
Sunday afternoon were used. by the State of Louisiana weekend with her parents, .
Whiney Summers, of New Or. The bride, given in marriage by as biologist of the Wildlife and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bembry. florist's convention.Mrs.
1ealll IOn of Mr. and Mrs. LorenSummers her father, wore a peau de sole Fisheries Commission. I Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Richmond of Mrs. Mary Owens of Valparaiso, E. L. Stewart accompanied .
and Medford Dunaway Ha., visited her mother, Mrs. Etta
Mr. Mrs.
Missouri.tte
of Crane satin gown with modified Among the out-of-town to
E. Sabrina guests 'Belle Glade spent the Labor Day her nephew, Cole Moorman
double ring LET wa neckline. fitted bodice, cap sleeves attending the wedding were Mr. weekend at the Naples Beach Club. Miss Evelyn Lee and Mrs. Major Letter, in South dewlston Sunday. Monte Verde the first of this week,
pertorDed! by the Rev. Ta and a flat frost skirt embellished and Mrs. O. R. Winkler, Mr. and II Lee visited Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Mrs. Annie Nail and Mrs. Belle where he enrolled for his second
fen. Sr., until recently pastor of with dramatic embroidered appli Mrs. H. E. Winkler, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W A. Siewert; were Jones in Miami Sunday. Mr. Jones Bryan had as their guests last :...ar.I .
the First Baptist Church. In which ques of French lace on a wide Kenneth Winkler, Mrs. Cloyce Stout in'Fort Myers Friday evening, attending is recuperating from a recent eye .week, Mrs. Bryan's grandchildren,
Ibe wedding took place. Brass front panel The bow-trimmed and Miss Mary Swintrshi. all of the Okeechobee Waterway operation and expects to spend Harry and Ann Mount and David i
with white mumi. glad- bustle back Boatacade dinner at which their several' weeks there before returnIng -
ataJIdardl fen In gentle folds intoa Hialeah Mr. and Mrs. William E. and Tommy Bryan, all of Brantley,
IoU! and pom poms were arranged star-pointed chapel train. Boone of Sebastian Mrs. L. C. daughter Janet, was selected as home Ala. Daring their stay Mrs. Bdy I
altar of the church, along Parker and Miss Lorraine Dun- Queen of the Labor Day Boatacade. I
at the The bride's only Jewelry and Mrs. Nail to WATCH and
and stately white was a Mrs. Caretta Cannon of Lake an enjoyed a trip
potted palms away of Pahokee. Mrs. W. H. I
with In cathedral can- pair of pearl and diamond earrings John Ellington returned Thursday Placid spent Tuesday visiting her Fort Myers Beach with them .
burning Rely Bartow Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
candles gin of the
11'00IIHer S. H. Stalls and
daughter, Mrs.
from Jackson Memorial Hospital
delabra. shoulder length veil of illusion was Sparks and daughter, of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Whlddon and JEWELRYRepair
14r1. Jlaurioe, Fletcher, organ- attached to a pearl coronet She and Jim Ringdobl. of Lake Worth. in Miami where he underwent family. Family are spending this week ona
let and Mrs. Robert W. Kelly carried a white wedding Bible difficult eye surgery on August 21. Seven Foster has enrolled In Harris trip to Texas.
fit presented a program of with an arrangement of white stephanotis Now in process of'recuperation, the High School in Jacksonville for Serviceby
and orchids. I Bridal Shower eye on which the surgery was performed this year, and will stay with his :Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Peters of,
is expected to have "good" Norfolk Va., arrived last Tuesdayto
father, E. S. FosterMr
The maid of honor, Miss Lorraine I Honors Miss ElderA vision after healing is complete. visit his parents Mr. and Mrs.

Dunaway of Pahokee, and Kelly' and Mrs. Abner Vann spent Pat Peters until Sept. 8th. Belle Glade
the matron of honor, Mrs. Jesse bridal shower The Loyd family returned In
complimentingMiss Saturday night Miami visitinghis
Sparks, of Orlando, to their home on Eaperanza Avenue Miss Sharon
were gowned Patsy Elder was given Thursday mother, Mrs. Bertha Vann. Curry left Thursdayfor
nDL- alike In honeydew green taffeta, evening at the Fellowship Hall dewistott,' after spending the Madison College, Madison Jewelry
with trimly fitted bodice and controlled of First Baptist Church. Hostesseswere summer In Miami. Since Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Baker, Tenn:, for her second year. She i

bell skirt, and large taffeta Mrs. Wayne Hodges, Mrs. Kelly's offices: are at the Miam Jr., of Lake Wales spent the Labor has spent several weeks here with Striking clocks a specialty
Tbun.. Sept 5"In sash in two shades of green. They Leon Bembry, Mrs. swell Sutton, headquarters of Kelly Tractor Co., Day weekend visiting his parents, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. N.
Cool of the Day" wore matching pill box hats with Mrs. Delores Duncan, Mrs. Goldie he will continue to spend much Mr and Mrs. J. Fred Baker, Sr. Curry.
nose veils and carried cascade Dunaway, Miss Lorraine Dunawayand time there, but the family will remain Leave items at
FONDA T/Sgt and Mrs. Eric Thomas and Mrs. O. Anderson returned
JANE
bouquets of pink carnations and Mrs. W. F. Nail Sr. In Oewieton through the
PETER FINCHA garnet roses. 1963-84 school term. family of Homestead AFB spent Wednesday from a month's visit Lake Appliances
drama with love made In The groom was attended by Decorations and party accessories the Labor Day weekend visitinghis with relatives and friends In Cincinnati
beautiful Greece. William E. Boone, of Sebastian. as carried out a white, gold Mr. and Mrs. Richard Phelps father, M. A. Thomas, Mrs. Ohio. 317 Sugarland Hwy.
best man. Ushers were Leon Been and green scheme. Flowers were and family have returned from a Thomas and other relatives. Sgt
ni Sat., Sept 8 7 bry and Joe Elder, Jr., brother of white and yellow hibiscus blooms, vacation stay in North Carolina. Thomas and two fellow squadron Mr and :Mrs. R. O. Degler and Clewiston
DOUBLE FEATURE the bride. which were used profusely In decorations. They report cool weather, ((57'reading members recently won the' league children spent the holiday weekendin

Frt 7:30: Only"Underwater Following the ceremony the on the thermometer one championship at the Miami Bowl- Eustls, Florida. Prompt, Effecient

City" bride's parents entertained at a An open green umbrella featured morning during their visit). amatic by 4 pins. Thomas finished Mrs. Claude Adams of Hampton, Service
the decorations at tableon
the
wedding reception in the Fellowship
Va., :Mrs. Ralmond
Aubrey and
Ii it possible to live at bottom Hall of the church. The bride's which the gifts were placed.

01 lea. table and the table at which the After an appropriate game anda Rainbow Girls Will Hold Public
social hour, the honoree opened
bride's book was kept were overlaid :
JTL 9:00: P M. Only and displayed the gifts. Refresh '
with white net over white satin I. September Special -
"Gathering of and held arrangements of ments were served to Mr. Linda Installation Sunday Afternoon Q ,
white pompoms, and pink and John, Mrs. Richard Bethea, Mrs. so x 10 Cranbrook Mobile Home '.
Eagles white roses and candles. Sandra FalUs, Mrs. W. E. Davidson
Richard Mrs. Miss Diane' Rackstraw, daughter Miss Jean Gray Ellington was 2-Bed Furnished
ROCK HUDSON For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Phelps, A Fully
Mrs. Elder chose a pink lace H. King, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, of Mr. and Mrs Gaynam Rack- initiated into the Order Monday t
MARY PEACHA '
straw, will be Installed worthy advisor night
Mrs. Martha Topper. Mrs. Gusaieicy. Only $3,850.00
lupenseful love story of sheath with bolero. She wore a
of the dewiiton Assembly at The Rainbow Girls the firstto
matching lace hat and a corsageof Mrs. Ross LaByer, Mrs. Martin were
the Air Force Vanda orchids. Peers, Mrs. M. C. Vowel!, Mrs.C. a public installation Sunday afternoon enjoy the air conditioning in the Price includes set-up & delivery

Sun. Hon., Sept 8.9 Mrs. Wayne Hodges presided at M. Glddem, Mrs. O. A. Ander September 8 at the Masonic Masonic Hall, as the units'were Installed also other 2 & 3 bedroom models
DOUBLE FEATURE the bride's book. Mrs. Walker son Mrs. Gratton George, Mrs. Hall. The ceremony will begin at that afternoon. You Buy For Less At

Nail. Sr., and Mrs. Linda John Doyle Worth, Mrs. J. E. Elder and 3 p.m.
"Captain Sinbad" served cake, and Mrs. O. A. Anderson the honoree, Miss Patsy Elder.IabelsostBack. Other officers elected at the regular CLEWISTON TRAILER SAlES Inc.

Set magnificent! feats of magic and Mrs. Richard Bethea, Monday night meeting were ElderSummersRehearsal ,

;in color.: Jr.. served punch. Linda Carlton, Worthy associate U.S. 27 YU 22661.
,Following! the reception., JIB .--, advisor:;. Salj]]} '9 lUAhant. charity DinnerThe ; \
TCSI a. .. S Summers changed to a two-piece Suzanne Peers,hope; Becky Spires, ,I II
faith; Cheryl Leef; Recorder and rehearsal dinner for I
members
A thousand spectacular thrills brown ensemble with bone acees- To School" PartyMr. 1
in color. rates, with which she wore the Chris Giddens, treasurer. of the Summers-Elder wedding -
Both are ideal for an family and Mrs. C. H. libel of 122 Appointive officers include Mary party was held Saturday eve.ning The First Baptist ChurchKindergarten
E Trinidad Avenue, were hosts at Beth Fry Chaplain; Marcia Futch, at the Pit Room of the Glades i

Tues. Wed., Sept 10 11 Sugarland Pharmacy a "back to school" yard party Saturday 1 Dril Leader; Sheila Carlton Love; Restaurant Hosts on this occasion
for the enjoyment of their' I Andrea Bolton. Religion; Jean were Mr and Mrs. J E. Elder. r
"The UglyAmerican" PIZZA two daughters Sheila and Cathy Brantley Nature: Betty Ann Ford, Miss Patsy Elder, bride-elect, \'

and a group of their friends. I Immortality, ; Bobby Waters Vital and Max W Summers, groom- Will
Monday
elect, were honorees. Other guests open September 9
Enjoying this event were Sandra ity; Joy Crawford Patriotism; Jan ri
MARLON BRANDO were members of the wedding I
I YU 2-3311 Brasher, Joy Waldron, Jane Miller, Wilson, Service; Arts Jacobs, party and their families. Registration Day i,
Judy Brasher, Patsy Cox, Valerie Confidential Observer; Kay Owens, Will be '
Outer Chris Musi- The Pit Room and the tables I Friday, September 6 t
and Marion Crofut, Sally Ollphant, Observers; Kelly, From
Jan Wilson, Marcia Futch; Mary clan; Angela Adams, Historian; were attractively decorated with 9 til 12 ,

GILLIAM GILLIAM & WILTSHIRE Beth Fry, Jan Brantley, Janice and Debbie Kemp, Reporter; Thadene hibiscus denlas. blooms and white gar- For more information call YU 2-5931 or YU 2-2603
Anita Carlin, Betty FordAlso Wynn. Choir Director

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KEC01DSTop
MorreU. Tommy Weathers L. W. .
Pleasure In Announcing The RemovalOf Howard, Rodney Booker, Jim Bible LP's f Sacred Pops Full Collection of ,: '0>

Seth Howard, Jimmy Adams, Special OrdenHoldridge .
Their Accounting Office To Their New Location Joe Johnson, Bill Farrar,Tom Now. Fall Fashions.
Music
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CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, fit owners would pay taxes on at least that Is Thr.I"t t
Page Six the above entitled cause and A W,W.... )
Commission of the City
tloaw
1 Thursday, September 5, 1983 Boys in Service 2000. School mfflag Is limited you are required to file your answer toserve of l-lfwlston City will receive bide up to Plans and BDegk!
I to 20 mils or 120 for every Sl.OOO.I with the clerk of this court the and plaintiff I::1' P.m. B,&T. September t, 11(1, at Speeltlcatinn tat
thereof obtained
would a copy upon on the following Installations: M. City Hau s,
This tax bin whose II.
means the top I or plaintiffs) attorney wilt at t
Books ray,. name Is Carter A. Bradford of the Bide will be for furnishing and gineer Gpa E
ii jll County Registration Open i be MO.: -'Wother Office of Sidney C. Ward 'OG B.WashlnsTton Installing material to be used In the rlthte tit
Eleven proposed constitutional Street. Orlando Florida, construction of water main extension :Copmmiasi00 r'1
f .t'id amendment Includingone not later than September; llth.. 1113. While the materials list I II believed bid, and : re'ect any y''orKt w 'I
> If you fall to do so a Decree Pro to be complete all bids C. F. RLAlltnll, 1:0: ,
1 Hendry Countians to Vote to simplify revision of the: Confuse will be entered against you should Indicate unit prices, and such 515InUrlmCity
I state Constitution, also win be vot- for the relief demanded In the Com unit prices will govern should the CN No. Iallli.:
; plaint. This suit I la to forecloae amort. quantity be either Increased or decreased Aug. It. Bept. m
ed upon In November of 1961. .-..... The real property proceeded < -

'i On 3 State AmendmentsHendry avalnst 1st 11(01 Lin.MATERIALS ft..OO C. L Clans ISA, ---

Treasure Hunt Rally Beginning at a point I.ltO.11 Slip-Tit Joint Water Pipe A.W.W-A. PIZZA
feet Vast of the Intersection of
CounUlni will go to the polls In November to vote on Car FansThe Sections 11, 14, IS. and 14Township BpiicioCLbt:5cTii.: HO. c.l nttimt.
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Sunday for 41 South, Range 14. A.W.W.A. Spo. CU.-
three amendments to the state constitution. The special election ha September event of the East; thence continue In an 4--S" Fir .HI\v.W.ip W.: Wood Sugarland
Easterly direction alone the er equal 4tt" Phannaq
been called for November 3. Glades Sports Car Association will Southern boundary line of the 1-4" Valve, C. I. N. R. a with
year. There are some 16 such be held on Sunday September 8, aforeeald Section 11 and the cone. .al.e Box JLW.WJL 8,... YU 2-3311
John L. Hall, supwvUor' of registration amendments to come before state North bunk of the canal a distance CCOO-MT.
hat announced that registration and will be a Treasure Hunt Rally, of 1(0 feet) thence at right -
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until voters within the next two years. a test of driving, navigation, puzzle angles In a Southerly direction a
books will remain open 440 thence .t
Purpose of the proposed amendment di.tance of fast;
Oct. 9 for those persons to register "offear"election. solving, outdoor lore and sharp right anile In a Westerly dlr-
Is to establish ;
rectlon a distance of 1(0 fat;
who have not already done so. for governor and six cabinet eyes.The thence at right angles In a
8 LACKLAND AFB, Tex. Airman Treasure Hunt will start at direction distance of
To be voted on November 'This would make it northerly a
posts. possible Mr. Pedro Street. 44S feet to the point of b.glnsing -
Warren Brown, son of 2:30 p.m. at US San ulrIdt/J.
Include: for these officials to be elected : containingHi acre more
I'' and Mrs. Gideon H. Brown of 420 Contestants should arrive by 2:00: or law Bald property being -
nicher education bond Issue.Recreation In ;yean other than those when N. Atlantic Ave., dewlstan, is being p.m. for the briefing and explana otherwise deeerlbed by surrey
a presidential campaign is being of E. Elliott Grose and Associates
bond Issue.Offyear
Keesler AFB., tion of the Instructions. Suitably
I conducted.But reassigned to Inc., Engineers and Survey"
i election of governor' incidental to providing! such MI..., for technical training as a engraved trophies will be awardedthe ore, dated December 10, 11(1 BEFORE yell travel
foUow.1Th.
as
Air Force communications first place-driver and navigator. -
and state cabinet officials United States
is that the North 445 feet of the
a procedure a provision
specallsL U The Treasure Hunt will also write for free '
operation West 1(0 feet of the Northeast
your
of third amendment elected in 1964 would serve
l Passage the governor
,. Airman Brown, who enlisted )in count for points toward the annual quarter of Section 14, Township
"' could make it possible tor Florida's an abbreviated two-;yesr term. 41 South, Range 14 East, HendryCounty
the Air Force a short time ago, has top driver and top navigator Florida.Subject .
also
amendment
six The proposed TRAVELGUIDE
next to ;
serve years.Governors
governor
completed his initial basic militarytraining awards of the Glades Sports Car to all road and canal
lifts for election the
I'' normally serve four- ODe prohibition here. Association: rlchta-of-waye' and easement of
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year terms, but the one term llml- against a governor succeeding The airman a 1957 graduate of In line with standard practice, record.To srether with all real property !

; ation could be lifted temporarily by himself. Clewiston High Scboolattended the no car will be allowed to start the of every description by the
\ the constitutonal amendment. And so the governor elected In Company owned at the time of
University. of Florida. Treasure Hunt without a navigator. the execution of the mortgaceor
<\ The off-year election amendment 1964 could run lor a full fouryearterm There will be an entry fee of fifty thereafter acquired, being the Travel! the Congress way

Is one of three to be voted on this In 1966. This means, if sueCHBOKBRBOARO cessful, be would serve six ;years.If I cents per car to help defray the Intent that shall the automatically lien of the mortgage ln-* with this Travel Guide.

defeated !in 1966 the governor, cost of the tropBles. elude all real estate at any time Just the stze to carry Inyour
fl would serve only two ;,ear.. acqqulred, or ever situate while pocket or the glove
the remains In force.Together
. The only governor m modem mortgage of '
J ': : CAP with all m.chln.r".Qulpment compartment your car.
NEWS NOTESThe
. times to serve six years was furniture, fixtures Civet rotes, locations/
fancier" COT. LeBor OoQbu. Clewiston Squadron Civil and all other personal propertyof
facilities of better clan motor hotels
the Company thereon situate coca to coast,
'servlce' Collies was elected to fill the Air Patrol was host to 22 cadets and all hereditament and appurtenances Inspected and approved
Congress Motor
two-jet vnexptred term .f and six senior members of the Miami thereon .o be or In Hotels.
anywise appertainingWitness Member" of Congress. Motor Hotels offer free
Beach
the late GOT. Daa MeCarty cadet Squadron Satur.day my hand and seat of this
: 1 bulletin' who died la office. and Sunday at Alrglades Air Court at LaBelle Florida. this Ith reservation service. We honor Credit C rd..
day of August, 1561.SEALDOROTHT
The courts ruled Collins could: port. Orientation flights were liven MOORE CLARK, were" TOCONGRESS
j run for a full four ;year term and to 16 cadets In the Clewlston CAP ( C.rkCARTE :
he won the office. plane Li James) Walker pilot The By A.I Margaret BRADFORDof Byrd. Deputy MOTOR HOTELS

i' cadets were entertained with organ the office of
The "off-year" election amend- 1674
e music by Commander Bill Sidney C. Ward Meridian Avenue
ment was pushed by the Democratic (00 E. Washington Street
Party as a of preventing Doane and Al Belgrave. Orlando, Florida Miami Beach 39 Florida
-r way The Miami Beach Squadron will Attorney for Plaintiff
state and local: candidates particularly CN 114Aug.
\ RepiAdican* from riding return about November 2nd for a 15. 11, It, Sept I, 11(1 I -
combined professional variety. show
the "coattalls" of national
popular with the Clewiston Squadron.
presidential candidates.But .

some key Republicans say BABBIT BECOGNtZED r.
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they have not made up their minds There's a statue to a rabbit in It's Plymouth Cleanup Time Before You Buy Check Our
about whether to oppose the measure Georgia, the Peninsula Motor Club ,

in November. (AAA) announces A sculpture depiction -

1. to It is being actively pushed by of Br'er Rabbit stands at

Democrats. the entrance of a new Uncle Re

Two other key amendments will mus Museum at Eatonton, Ga.,
be on the ballot this November. birthplace of Joel Chandler Harris

,; One sets up a vast bond program author of the Uncle Remuc
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for state university. and Junior college stories.

r construction and the other

j would allow financing of large-

.' purposes.scale' land buying for recreation PUBLIC NOTICEI


Under the university. and junior

college bond program up to $75 THR CIRCUIT COURT FOR TUB
I ( million could be borrowed in the TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IK
AND FOR HCXimT COUNTY
next two if -.
years approved by the '- .0.104CHANCERY
i voters. After that, the total could NO. 1451
THE FIRST
NATIONAL BANK)
il For the cowman. not exceed more than ISO million AT ORLANDO a national bank-)
.
l I'" for each two year period.It leg corporation or.anl.l.d and)
existing under the law. of the
: is estimated that up to $240 rnlt'4 Slats of America,
t A REWARDING MOMENT million could be borrowed under TRUSTEE
I
Plaintiff.
the plan in the next 10 years. ...

:I r,: At last the rewarding moment has arrived for the Critics have said that the new CORPORATION.FLORIDA CAND a PRODUCTS Delaware

it i cowman. the care given the mother cow has facilities created by the bond program corporation authorised to
paid 0111From could create a need fora traneaet business In the Stateof
Florida, et al!,
'-1 grocery tax In the next session of Defendants

,v now until calving time is a critical: period for the Legislature to finance the operation NOTICE: OF SUIT

the cow. She is not only maintaining her own body, of the new universities. NELSON: KI.UCK _

but building the unborn calf, too. The-other constitutional amendment 1100 South, West AT.nueJaekion
a to be voted upon this years MichiganDANIEL
CUBA
Results on range are harder to measure than in the the so-called "recreation" bond Retldrnee. Unknown

feedlot-but just as important. In the feedlot daily :.ue. Reild HERBERTO<*nee Unknown FELIU

; e gains can be weighed-cost of gain determined. It provides authority. to issue ROLANDO FERNANDEZ
bonds for .large-scale Renldenee Unknown
Purina Dealers have demonstrated Purina's superiority purchase of ANTONIO OUERRA

in the feedlot.with public feeding demonstra and to pay for off recreation the bonds purposes.would Money come CABIMIRO Reildcnee Unknown HERNANDEZ GET A RED HOT DEAL ON A PLYMOUTH HAS A 5-YEAR

i tions. The same research formulates Purina Range from a new 5 per cent excise tax Residence ELEU8IPO Unknown HERNANDEZ RED HOT 1963 PLYMOUTH I, OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY*

I, Checkers-and for the same reasonresultFrom on sporting goods, $150,000 a year Residence Unknown

i now until calving time feed Purina Range Checker from, ,motor ,boat fees and from ALVARO Residence MORLLL Unknown' Shop around If you like, but be dele4 ere Mi M e.peui e. otplr.eea.s/ .erka.v.helDoe'.W eYI, .. .1161 m son rl'ii*MM**

k Don't be misled by "chin music" and cheap: prices. other federal and state agencies. ANTONIO Residence OLIVA Unknown sure to see us before you buy. tsNads4Yhrdudeaa.rYs.elwnpekmtMMdwM"

Among some of the more interesting EMILIO PAZR..Idenc. Our deals are reef hot! We're givsSSS&: !sSr'SsS
Get Purina Range Checkers now at our store with amendments to be considered Unknown
the PEDRO PRRRIRB Ing high trade-In allowances too! =eeaw k,,"52KJS7i'" .5'==
Checkerboard Sign. prove to yourself Purina next year Is one that would Re.ld.ooe Unknown t sow sole rear
feeding can,cost you less! allow taxes to be assessed againstthe Address JUAN PBRB4 Unknown:; Don't miss this chance to save! =as wends M bees eevk.4 r r..o.e.k Mesa.

first $3,000 value on homestead BBNEDITO PRATE Hurry in Now While
property. in Sarasota county. with Residence Unknown There Still a Choice!
CORBIN FARM & RANCH SUPPLY RICARDO TIERAResidence
the homestead exemption applying Unknown

to the next $5.000, for school purposes. 8EROIO ZAMORANO

Sugarland Highway Clewuton FI ., All Residence partita Unkown claiming Interest bjr BECK MOT
aid ORS
I The, outcome could provide a"test through under or aaalnat
., Defendant and all parties hav.
t : . . vote".OD basis. the Issue on a stateWide Ins-ba'r: claiming or ;Interest ta hare In any the

. . ",. all propertr herein described.. I Highway and San Benito Street Clewiston Fla.
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Ct.wistca J'Ia. THE CLEWISTON :NEWS Page SeveI1
I Thursday, September 5, 1963

I ADS flaw
enforcement officers of the
Light DocketIn
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Florida boating law became *

: 70 cents cents 1- R E Et\-t.tAr$ : : : City CourtAn Officers The new effective were understandably September. first!en-

You Aware. ; insertions exceptionally light docketwas
lent with boaters over the Labor
.
I disposed of in City Traffic
GREATER THAN Day weekend, but now the state
DEMAND Court Wednesday afternoon by
That most of the property in SEMI-RETIRED MAN. Watkins EVER for houses, acreage, bus- Judge Carlos Dickey. will crack down on those who operate

Sale route it available for this area. newei. We have customer wal- Charles R. Sellers entreated 10. without proper license.
surrounding area has DOUBLED Many semi-retired men now earn- ing. List your property with us 00 bond for careless driving; Morris The new tags are a brilliant red
t log $60.00 to $15000: per week. J. E. Beardsley Ph. VU 8-750. Rogers, entreated. $15.00 bond and blue decal shaped like the
five ? Also have one full time Route tic for unlawful speed.Philip State of Florida. The stickers
in the past years double available For interview in your Vea and Robert S. Goffentreated should be placed on the boat's portside

; as sin area, write Mr. McGarity; Box $10.00 bonds for runningred fore or aft of the boats numbers
Last of
027. WilHston: Florida. Stc! REAL ESTATE lights and Lynette Ware and not on the windshield or other
.. All 342 W. O'BISPO. Unfinished steel l
locations.
estreated. :
Gunn $23.00
SeptS NATIONAL organization want masonry house. Will cell at it. bonds Henry for unlawful speed.A Tax Collector A. O. Ward has the

: 24" Reel factory representative to represent or complete to buyers tpeclflcatloni. warrant was ordered for Virgil boat registration forms and the
our company. Write Mr. Blau, Exclusive : stickers. They be obtainedat
fibre Maddox who failed to appearon may
N E 79th Street Miami, Florida NORTHSIDE bedroom frame. .
681 the court house, or at the Clewis
; an unlawful speed charge
J. E. BEARDSLEY One 21 septSc: 10000. ton sub court house.
NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame,
small Penalty for using the boat without -
WANTED 20 more music students -
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE LaByer : to complete our fall schedule ACREAGE$9.000 ai available Boaters Face the proper license: may go at

Ito Holdridge Music. YU 34781. 5 ACRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 Tag Crack DownIf high as $75.SAVE :.
Clewiston Phone SeptBo bath tram home. Hardwood
SALE: Coori.S25 your' boat has a motor In excess LIVES NOT BELTS

12:50: 1r FHA HOMES in Browsed Palm of 10 horsepower and you do Automobile seat belts are like
Ito not have a new registration tag, observes Peninsula
Beach and Dade counties, var eyeglasses: the

........e.a..IIIHRIU8.Raa.....Baa ., -- out sizes and prices. Small cash you'd be safer to keep. it out of Motor Club (AAA). They only
payment. the water.This is the warning from work when they are worn.
social se
; other de.- FOR RENT Efficiencies and
dewlston FOR RENT OR SALE: New duplex I houses a* available.
BUSINESS i isa 2 & 3 bedroom. Air condition: Over 1.000 vacant lots to select Harlem News
from for an Various
ed. Carport One block west of purposes.
: le- hospital. Call collect Kennedy Construction pricci. Termi.INVESTMENT. I I

: US FOR Beardsley Evlnrude Co., Inc., Lake Park Fla8444392. PROPERTY. AND INCOME Events and News Of Our Colored CommunityMRS.
tds
BOTTL&DGASAppliances septlJc 1360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor
MEATS AND' : CBS construction, $25,000.: Phone YU 17631CEPHUSBUBBEKJENKINS:
Open7a.rn.to mower FOR RENT-House Trailers. One LONG TERM low interest farm
1 2-3421. and Two :Bedroom. Also trailer cane grove and ranch mortgages WISKTNa'' AND WORKING
Sales- Service Six Days a tic spaces Clewiston Trailer Park minimum $50,000.
(Poem dedicated. to students o f
(CLOSED US 27. YU 2-2661 ,tic LISTINGS NEEDEDJ.
)
& Re- the Harlem Academy).
M.LANKFORDKeg.
POWER GASCORPORATION For Your Spur of Piano FOR RENT-Furnished cabins and Real Estate Broker I: wished for wisdom; now I'Q take
trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp 530 East Sugarland Highway My books from off the shelf,

Four Miles East SeptS YU 2-1181. tic fire, Auto and General And study very hard, and makeA

'. Army FOR RENT 1 and S room furnished Insurance wise man of myself;
CALL COLLECT' Bare WW apartment Phone Clewiston Tla. Ph. YU 2-21M 1 wished for this I wished for thatI
21271.tfc dreamed of wealth and fame
South Bey WY 68521HENDKY or will
Pearl- And never knew what I was at I
COUNTY ; SeptS FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer Vets Info Service Was very poor and tame.I I
spaces. Royal Palm Trader tell you, boys and girls, a wish I
(Title & Abstract Co. Attention Park Phone YU 2-2603. tic By FRANK E. VELTBB or sigh! ,

|nl Abftrtott-TiUe lararmsee office County Service Officer Will never bring you far Ii
New Is the One Small
Stenographer FOR RENT efficiency<<:
rtotoewtng robUt Duplicating rear debts with a for apartment Lights and water furn KOREAN VETERANS But It you work and if you try IiII

BrUit 8t& and Park Ave lean, low Interest E. Yen- ished. $43 per month. Phone YU LAST WARNINGIf You show what really you are; II III
,".. 1'. o. Bex 441 Ito J. 6S3. tfc you are one of the many Korean Then all that hinders seems to aid I I
Olin,. -U61For Federal FOR RENT Furnished apartment veterans still holding "RS" In such a wonderous wise, I
prompt Efficient $2.00 Call YU 24881. Ito Insurance policies, this Is to remind You Quite forget to feel afraid
See er love you that In order to be ellgble Through all your glad surprises.
Home delivery W. R. supplies ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU for a special dividend averaging I wished for such a lot of things .\:.':':
Wild 24881. tic I know I can't .....
or TIll MIAMI HERALD about $10000 each, you possess;
Box Ml YUkon 2- 'must convert your "RS" policy It may be hard 'but anyhow I'll ( )
RENT A NEW PIANO. $8.00 a
| Call Bobby GidderuYD Bradenion. I tic month. See Holdridge Music for to, a "W" type and you must do the best I can The following poem\ Is dedicated
TV SETS details. YU 24781. Sept,5c do It on or before September IS, I'n help whenever Mother asks; to, the memory of the late Mr.
3.1381 : ,. $14.04 1963. Or convert to a permanent I'll heed what she may say! Cephas Jenkins, who departed this
Glalll."j plan policy<<: before Sept. 13, 1963. I'll find my little homely tasks life one year ago, Sept. 10. I
tic Explanation-"RS" policies under And do them now, Today 1 THOUGH I,
the law must be converted or Though I walk through the valley
hp Con Real -Estate exchanged for "W" policy or permanent "" +o&..-.w..tJt.-- I

Sales and Uc Exclusive: Listings plan, before a special dividend PERSONAL MENTION Though I surrender! all '
can be paid. The premiumspaid With your love to comfort meI I'I
with Miss Ann Cooks has returned
.. : Rose
New and v.
Office open 0 A.M.P.M.. Dally on "RS" Insurance policies shall never fall
Marine trailer 7 Sunday resulted In a surplus! that could after a delightful vacation with Though the days are sometimes 1 '
', $1400 relatives and friends in Alabama f
Parts and not be refunded, until Congress dark,
p .00 E*- FOR SALE Mrs. Frankye Davis and children :
Marine Safety legislation the
approved permitting
S Though the hills are hard to climb
11 Phone YUkon portable Trade equity in $13,000 home in payment of tho special dividend, i Sf have returned to their homeIn Solitude shall flee I
week. Fort Lauderdale for Clewiston the "RS" policy is converted to a Macon, Ga., after pleasant visit ever :
If love cherish mine.
Ito improved or unim Clewiston with relatives and :your
R. E. "W" In
wed policy or a permanent plan. I shall pray and I shall say I
The "W" policy<<: has a lower premium friends.
Three bedroom, one bath, frame To my God on high
than the "RS" policy<<: You Jehovah Moody motored to Macon I
home. 7000. Already financed can only benefit :yourself by the Ga., Friday afternoon to take Grant me power this very hour
Tampa Three bedroom, two bath on % 'above change. If you do not make his son, Grady for the opening With love that never dies.
acre lot CBS, seavlew awning Though I may go on and on
the change by Sept. 13, 1963, you school: term. The Davis family accompanied
sad thru-out Wall to wall carpet, And when I reach my height
will automatically forfeit the special them on the trip.
<; central heat carporte Florida I'll find Thee on the highest peak
Ft. room. This lovely home has dividend See :your service: oi Herbert Williams returned from
Open fleer If still have "RS" To worship with aU my might
a policy
been financed and may be purchased you Miami where he attended the funeral
News Septem- for 10( % of total cost that is, Korean conflict vet services for his daughter, the Your devoted mother, Mrs.
Home pickup Shown by appointment only erans. This will be :your last no- ate Mrs. Ella Mae Robinson. The Mary Stewart; A loving sister
W. O. 2-6652. First time offered tics so check your policy<<: now. rites were held Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Alma George, and members
Phone < 290': Hlwsy 27 frontage Insidecity The many friends of Mrs. Estelle of the family and friends.

be open ; limits of Clewiston. May be Glades Roofing Co. Craig regret very much of hear of
visit 613 MISS LETTTE
purchased whole or part. the tragic death of her brother, PASS
septSc: I AH Types of Hoof and DIED THURSDAY
I 5 acres of cane, within H mile Sheet Metal Work Wayman Hugglns, In Bembry' S.c. Miss Letle .
AUTO SALES away by of Lake and U.S. 27. New Construction er Mrs. Craig left Wednesday to attend this life Rene Pass departed
Thursday August 29, 1963
Company; Repair Jobs the funeral. i
RESTAURANT FOR RENT at Hendry: General'
:NEWS Alvin Williams, Denmore WIYllama Hospital. :Funeral I
''CleuistonNeiflsHone/ Ito Air conditioned bedroom. Private Phone 2.7111Day and Annie Ruth Mabln were services will be conducted I
." OPEN ALL entrance er Evenings the weekend guests of Mrs. Rachel Sunday September 8 at 2 p.raat
YU 3-1201 We lever 1 bedroom unfurnished house P. O. Bet 124 Vaughn and family. The Greater Friendship Baptist
I $33.00: : per month CLEWISTON, FLA. I Mrs. Everlena Whltleld is Church: with the Rev, O. Dudley

1 bedroom, kitchen and bath. spending her vacation in Alabama officiating. Reddick Funeral Home
Air conditioned $90.00 per where she will be a house guest of in charge of arrangements'

I month. Mrs. Mary Williams and family.

B... and TBAILEBS Harlem Club

Reduced for quick sale, Peerless I Hospital Notes Your Favorite Mizad Drink I
10' x SO Trailer and four landscaped I Cocktails

lots. $6$00 Financing Colored patients admitted: friedjChicken Sandwiches

Thurmond W. Knight Slightly arranged.used 10'..x_ 80* bed- Dorothy Johnson, Norris Sandra, Music, Popular Bands .
on. in theROM Joe Cove Mr. and Mi-..
"Accredited room Trailer $500. cash. .5 Lettie Pass, Clarence Win Wallace
Farm & Land
1938: 88. 10 wide 2 bedroom # Williams, Cassel Harris Jacquline Proprietors

ftunnond Small down assume payments. ja Williams, Rosetta Pass, Ollle Gran-
Knight Inc
Htmlrr. viHe and Esther
I.. 4 City lots, paved street fenced Anderson.
**'", RJ..ra a.... 2010
well and Remaining:
septic tank
Wait pumP. and youDecorate Hilton's
'
Parr
a.ua. e7.rla. 'I Grocery ,
Frances
patio for House Trader. 10' :x Lambert, CasseU Har1s -
Money US': Trailer Included Total price xII n Jessie Johnson, Clarence Wil- Groceries Meats I I
14000.. and take over Trailer 1 "" I llama, Uriah Blackwood, Andrew VegetablesFresh I, I

: payments. Terms to right party. II Gary, Ivan Beckford, McDonald Cold Drinks Essential Item '

: INCOME: todayIROLLATEX Jones, Esther Anderson Rosetta We Appreciate Your Patronage r
The DemandFor Psss, Dorothy Porter Jim Cofleld. Mr. and Mrs. Thnrslon Hilton .
tic hokee.Location for 7 -.k'it store in. Pa- and Joe Cove. Proprietors II I


Stocker 4-287.4 Glade.Filling Station .cite in Belle I' .STDUC: urns i :

Cattle Is Heavy ab care per- 8 C.O.P. license Bar and .OiMflM = Efficient LAWN and SERVICE Friendly I JULIA'S ,H' ,,1''

\ Lounge, doing excellent busi = t:5 ::. II We want Your Business] BEAUTY I I '
: sept27p ness. Flagter Beach: Fla. :..t,:......... We aim to satisfy NOOK :
1800 acres cattle and citrus 'a Tat That New Look I .1
Buy
Only The : ranch. Polk County. We will fly; '198' Allen's Lawn Service Tinttnr' Styling Cutting I I

at Old- you over and Inspect this property ., Yukon S4248 Ne Appointments

Cattle You Want stop Friday la, Excellent anytime block A of real colored bargain.rental IVERy'2ftc" CANS 1 Dert Allen Jr.. Proprietor Mr .Friday JaUa and(gte) Saturday, Proprietor ; I ;

tie propert
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.. Cus rive small apartments, reduced FREE XTRACOJT '
tar sale.
quick Furnished and ,
line of

-&lea Every Monday At 1KX) fabrics.2-6B3L financed Can TatJOI : ELITE GROCERY


Frank Denmead .. --- Groceries Fresh
tie Meats School Supplies
Registered Real ....... Broker. t,
GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET T R A- at YU tIWer ,-- Cold Drinks Clewiston News '
Open tfc. fo&ewfear Ascwelatos
,Al Fuller's.
Sep JUANITA JOffi SON Other Items !
Pickup TU 3-12(1 jftAre
hw 3r 4m Belle 2-6631 CARROLL L. BENSON Country Store { t ..r
For '
InformationCattYU D II"
SpecIal rates foe non-transported TIT Mt** : 2-7661
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Ii THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Fla. tamed by a group of small Polish' three first year students Marian- Bill A STATE Florida RETREAT racetrack The NEW YORK 01 Burr I
Page Eight College Students Swayne, Judy Vann and Hlaleah, the family
I' : automobile
:\: I j Thursday, September 3. 1963 children, dressed In their beautiful folk I Tokleda where the most frequent type of the most popular mode 'ri11 be
and colorful costumes, with "wildlife" might well be the unsuccessful portatlon to New or>*
1
I of plans for the coming season, songs and dances accompanied by Annual TripThe MADISON COLLEGE, Madison bettor, has been de- World'i Fair, with York tor tile
Schaub Will were given by various chairmen. their excellent music. It was a I Began I Tennessee clared a state wildlife sanctuary.The n,900 cars bringing an aVerage It
Attending the meeting were President wonderful show tP see these youngsters -' Sharon Curry.LOUISIANA move was taken to protect the bra toarvin the c:1ty: daily 143.700
Baker, W. C. Boswell, S. C. : in action. When they had com- annual trek of college students pink flamingoes which decoratethe M L. oo
Hollowly
I j Speak at Annual Fry, W. A. Davis, Ross LaByer, pleted their program, a member of from Clewlston is underway. STATE UNIVERSITYBaton infield pool, according to the president 01 the Penb, uyTlnq,
Richard Phelps, Mrs. Stella Plrkle, our group asked if they could do and some 60 students are enrolled Rouge La. Peninsula Motor .Club (AAA). Club.
John Corbln, Dan McCarthy, Mrs the TwIst. I would say they were in 28 Institutions of higher! learning Betsy Boy, Judy Bembry.
Chamber Dinner and I am wondering Although Florida universitiesand --
I Beryl Bowden and J. E. Beardsley near professionals SOPHIE NEWCOMB COLLEGE,
i how many of our young college are 'still the favorites, New Orleans, La. -
Frank Schaub, Bradenton, district groups would look in competitionwith local students) are enrolled in 15 Molly MulMns
I attorney for the 12th Judicial Tells these Polish children doing out-of-state institutions.

circuit, will be the speaker at the Spratt the Twist.In who are BESSIE TIFT COLLEGE,
the students
Among
: annual Chamber of Commerce din (Continued from Page 1) moving from Poland to Hungary back at their studies or will leave Forsythe Ga. Your Vote of Confidence
meeting on Tuesday evening country, It Shirley LaByer.
ner another Satellite during the month of September,
September 24th The dinner will be are small which means mechanization appeared that discipline was probably with the colleges they attend, are: MURRAY STATE COLLEGE!:, (?
Inn and all ,,
held at the dewlston is difficult however, they more strict. For Instance
Murray, Ky.
Chamber members and others in- more rigidly UNIVERSITY' OF-TLORIDA '
are starting a program of purchas black market laws are John WeetmanAVERETT
/' terested should attend. Reservations IDa community equipment or pooling enforced and people have somewhat John Prewitt (law college), Matt is

are $2.50.President their resources so to speak. In less freedom of movementand Prewitt (Senior in Engineering), COLLEGE,
Richard F. Baker an- other words, they are starting a speech. As contrasted to Pol; "Chuck" Wells, Jr., Wayne Beard- Danville Va.
nounced completion of plans for type of collective farming on their and, Russian soldiers still occupy sley, George Coleman, Bob Kehoe, Sally Schick.
the annual meeting Tuesday when own or might be similar to one of this country. When the people of, Linda Walker,*Jean Webb, and
the Chamber directors: met at Old our co-ops. the Satellite countries think of S three first ;year ,studentsMichaelDurrence Greatly Appreciated

; South Bar-B-Q Ranch. Wages In Poland are low and us- revolution or uprising against the I Richard Herring and Literature Offers
need for additional telephone of course
The Communist regime they, Sandi McConville.
ually amount to about what is re-
service In the fast-developing farm remember what hap
immediately Cancer Information
quired for food, clothing and shelter '
south of Clewlston was discussed in 1956 when FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
area pened in Hungary
Therefore, they have little, if
and the directors voted to any, to spend on luxuries. Most these people thought they might Larry Aaron: Manning Carter, As a health service to persona will I continue to conduct
request the city and county commissioners farms are highly diversified andit successfully rebel against the Com- Wayne King Janet Slewert, Pres- who would like to have facts and
I' to support a move to; that there Is adequatefood munist. It was at that time that ton McGee, June Hodges McCor- information about various form
r obtain extension of telephone lines appears directed operations leukemia, the
; I Ii for all and with the building Khrushchev tol mick. of cancer, including
into the area.Richard rebellion, slaughtering Unit of the American
Lee
i- suppress the County
which has taken place since the '
Phelps, merchants division war, I would'say that adequate' them by the thousands and gainedthe UNIVERSITY OFt; MIAMI Cancer Society is offering a number Your city's affairs in a
", chairman, announced that housing Is available.As I infamous title of the "Butchei! Don Olddens (college of medicine of free, authoritative phamphlets -
a film giving instructions on detecting of Budapest which we seem to ), Artts Lawrence.: and booklets.
'\ and handling cases of shoplifting to the some ten percent of have conveniently forgotten. The literature which is now available -
which not FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE,
the farms privately I
and forged checks will be are While Hungary was occupied by without cost includes the following -
f' shown to merchants of the area owned, they are operated! as either'. the German Army In World War Hand LAKELAND' : "Answers to 101 Question progressive yet businesslike method
state or collective farms, similar Joyce Jones. ,
"
on September 23rd. Sheriff Earl became a battleground of the About Cancer, "Cancer Facts tot
to those In the Soviet Union.
Dyess has secured ft the films Russian and German armies during BARRY COLLEGE: MIAMI Women," "Cancer Facts for Men,"
The farmer Is not free to
private
through the Florida Sheriffs Association of his he chooses the last phases of that war, Diane Thompson Isabel Barrios, "Is Smoking Wort It,' "What The .
,
dispose products as
1 and will be ,In\ chargeof bombed and otherwise American Cancer Society is doing
it was never Bolton. '
Nancy Bolton, Cynthia ,
"* but must offer 50 percent of, "
showing them. destroyed and ravaged as was Poland About Leukemia, "Your Family I *
what he produces to the -
Brief resume of the recent Okee- government the' Therefore, it has not had the HUNTINGTON COLLEGE, Dentist Can Detect It," "You
of sets
which ,
chobee Waterway Boatacade, and,I price. He then course dispose of the' tremendous rebuilding Job and Montgomery, Ala. Family's Copy of Cancer's Seven
may much of the fine architecture and Jerry PrewittUNIVERSITY Danger Signals," and many other
i remalner on the market
I open 1
'It appeared to us that many of' picturesque remain. scenes of Budapest still OF SOUTH informative To get a pamphlets.free copy of any of T. H. (Tom) JONES Jr.

the young people of Poland are' The people are friendly: and hos FLORIDA TAMPA these pamphlets, send your written ,
Inxlous to find ways and means to pltable. They are busy, appear to Charlotte Stokes, Iris Cartlon request, and an enclosed stamped,
(who works at Central Banks and
come to this country. While they
have adequate food and clothingand self-addressed envelope to: Lee
cannot so state publicly, it is evident will start her third trimester at the
{a probably have adequate boos- County Unit American Cancer Society -
," that many have a deep desire In,. They are eager to establish university.) Room 205 Crescent Building,
jPi Boots Guides Gas Ice to get from under the bonds if a contact with western visitors as SOUTHEASTERN BIBLE 2454 Second Street Fort Myers,,

Fishing Tackle Supplies Communistic government they have a definite western cul- COLLEGE LAKELAND Florida; or call in person at the
During our stay in Poland we tural orientation. A visitor must James Harris Society office, JOOam.: to I p.m.
Johnson'sFishing were the guests of the people on bear In mind, however, that this I Mondays through Fridays.
i one of the state farms. I do not ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER ,
country is ruled by the Communists Asssitance In obtaining the pamphlets -
; Camp think that anyone was ever more and the natives must sometimes PARK also is offered by Mrs. J. THANKS
.' Qtwlston, Flo. cordially received. Following an take special caution in speak Lyn Vaughn C. Sealey, chairman of the Glades

excellent lunch, we were enter- ing or visiting and many times FLORIDA P YTERIANCOLLEGEsf.PETERSBURG I County Chapter of the Cancer soc:

ifI / avoid talking altogether.The lety.
_
.' information
from the west
NOW which flows to this country is do- Jimmy Weetman FOR YOUR VOTE TUESDAYI
OPEN.
.
.
.-
finitely limited and Cows with a PALM BEACH JUNIOR Hospital NotesWhite
distinct bias. While there is no COLLEGE
I doubt that many of these people Barbara Baird, Ellssa Hundert- patients admitted:
Bill's Body Shop would like to overthrow tho Com- mark, Barbara Nelson, Nan Clark, Dora Waldron, Miriam Ford,,
: munistic rule, they have.apparently Chuck Winn. > Pamela Farmer, Eloise Stokes,, ..
'1 accepted it as their form of Helen Dukes Bernice Anderson,,
309 Central Avenue government for the foreseeable fu- EDISON JUNIOR COLLEGE, Gardy Waters Jr., Charles Ward,,
{r' I r ture. Even though the Communists FORT MYERS Ruth Teter, Carden Navarro, Betty
try to achieve total control and Kenneth "Butch". Jones, Mike Small Prescott Wright Everett

kM Auto Body Work, Trimmingand transformation of their lives, they Bowden. Martin, and Frances Lambert. I will strive to serve the cityin
have Remaining:
not fully succeeded. Life, ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
therefore, retain many of its normal SEMINARY, Boyton Beach i Prescott Wright Everett Martin,
Painting everyday features including the Roger Holoubek Gardy Waters Jr., Elva Hudson,
desire of the people to entertain Betty Small, Terry Cypress, Char-

I Rust and Touch-up Spots oppression themselves.and The discontent fact that political are not AUBURN INSTITUTE POLYTECHNICAL Auburn, Ala. I lie Tet Ward r. Mamie Austin and Ruth the future as I have in the past..

1 a speciality. always easy to see should not suggest David Prewitt (senior in schoolof
that the people are free or veterinary medicine).
k a r Stop in today for an Estimate BIRTHSMr.
content and
that life is the sameas
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH
in non-Communistic countries. CAROLINA Columbia and Mrs. Vasfflos (Bill) To the best of my ability.

Jack Brandon Toulis of New York are the proud
y. parents of a daughter, Nicole Gab-
DON T GAMBLE
wJ%<, TROY STATE COLLEGE, stall Rodriguez Toulis, born Sunday

JFOR Don't gamble in traffic, advises Troy, Ala. in a Brooklyn hospital. The baby
\ the Peninsula Motor Club (AAA), Martha Shows, (senior year,) weighed seven pounds, 6V& ounces. '*
"The cars may be stacked Linda Geiger, (second: year). ,
ww against !"
you HIGH POINT COLLEGE, A TOM SVVlli"UK
High Point North Carolina "When I had a puncture recent
Sally Jepson (third year) ly, the AAA arrived in less than
Edward's 10 minutes," the motorist said flat LEON BEMBRY
UNIVERSITY' OB CINCINNATIBob ly.

Weetman (college of medicine

Plumbing RepairReplacements ). '.,. I J

yAi RepairINSTALLATIONS SOUTHERN MISSIONARY
f N COLLEGE, Chattanooga, Tenn. Miami Prices -
George Cox .
TROUBLE SHOOTING -
MASTER LICENSE THE CITADEL, Charleston, S. C. Come to Clewiston

Call YU 2-6711 Frank Tokleda'STETSON :

UNIVERSITY* DeLAND '56
$295
Chevy
325 E. Ventura Jennings Ezelle (graduate school)
H ENERGY Jeanette Francis. j(fad year), and ,*
V8 with Straight Stick ,'h

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Hathcock Motors .
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1,: I ; I until Noon each week day to issue building, Per Annm CONFIDENCE

''I : Payable Or Compounded
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} Member Of Federal Hoot tam Bank System U the value of our car ,

be applied for any afternoon, the permitsto Insurancel Contact' \ "
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