The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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(ears Committee I Return Postage Guaranteed See. 345.3, PM-Sub. $4 Per Year CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 9, 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 19


(Division of Lake Okeechobee to establish any public recreation facilities -
lYnortlons of it to each of using waterfront The lions' Chamber

?counties which border on Its share of the new division goes to' NTED STATES SffiAi Supports .

ils a step nearer reality. Glades county because it has the' n ,
Senate taxation committee longest shoreline of nay county'
The led 1W to report the division on the lake. Glades County reaches p CORPORATION

Most of the lake i.ESwta from a point near dewtston to of Recreation :

ftterly battlei Beach to retain county itI which west the Klssimmee shore. River on the north- TALE OF 2 SUGAR HOUSES AND CAM MUCH$ Study I .

At stake 11 not only the area of --

e lake gasoline itself, tax but that based portion on lakeea ofun RUBIN POISEDTO '0t + Needs For Our AreaThe .

all of which now goes to START ROADRubin .

lalm Beach county.Proponents of Construction Company,
that in the next West Palm Beach firm
say which was
e, measure directors of the Clewiston vary large borrow pit at the HendrP.lm -
will gain low bidder
'ade Glade county on a three mile plus -
line as a
Beach county
Chamber of Commerce approved a
in additional money Hen- section of 4-lanlng US 27, is
Ea3 000 ready proposal by S. C. Fry that the picnic, swimming and fishing site;
county. $94.000; Martin coun-: to start work as soon as the formality -
t Chamber support a study of the establishing a camping! area along
$375,000, Okeechobee county of contract award is over. recreation needs of the area, makIng the levee also. He reported that

38,000. Representatives of the firm specific recommendations and Construction of a sandy beach at
( Martin county originated the were in Clewiston this week arranging suggestions for implementing! the the picnic and camping site in

attic for a redivlsion of' the lake for office space, and state plant. Cannon Hammock is underway: by

everal years ago. At ltake for they will begin immediately upon Fry said the need for facilitiesfor the county comimssloners.

brtin! was not only the funds andke contract award. The firm has 300 wholesome outdoor recreation It will be the aim of the com-

area, but actually the shoreIne working days to complete the contract particularly parks, picnic areas, mittee, said Fry to determinewhat
Itself. While Glades and Hen- which Is for the portion of camp) spots and such for family-! the future needs will be and

IrT county have some lake shore the road from Bare Beach to Lake type enjoyment increases each to study ways and means of fitting

Ilartin! county has been unable to Harbor. I year. "It has become matter of them; then to channel the

business," said Fry. Thousandsand request through the board of

thousands of people come to county commissioners or ,whateverIs
Changes Announced for Clewiston Florida each month, and we must the proper method depending on

I IMaior have facilities for them to enjoy availability of state or federal
the outdoors and climate which funds.

Company As Franchise Expanded helpi attract them here." W. A. Davis and C. L. Benson,

: Fry referred to Governor Bry reported on the meeting of directors -
11'.L.,1Wendell ant's proposal that governing of US :27 Association, heldIn
for '
of the territory .:. ,
Expansion and boards acquire land and sites for April at Lake Wales. He said
aterplllar Sales and Service I Jarrard. chairman ef the Florida Development ...hlblt.1 the Florida Industries Exposition In Orlando. such facilities immediately because the association needs some dues-
he changing of the name of the Commission, examines a sample ef Shown with him In the photo are Charles with the rapid growth and paying members and that the

i lain the immediate future for sugar from the ClewUton and Bryant Sugar Arnold and Wm. Parrlsh who were In charge ef development of the area, these Clewiston area had few members

..vision Motor Company. Loyd Houses, as he visits the UJL Sugar Corporation the exhibit In Orlando. sites will soon be unavailable for I who have paid their dues this
this week.
., Kelly, president. said public use.Serving .
Kelly revealed plans to add the United on the Chamber com- I :year Richard Phelps discussed efforts
th Florida territory of Dade States Is
Sugar Corporation
reward and Monroe counties mittee with Fry Is Mrs. Beryl, to discourage the retail selling

tliich has been assigned to Shelley Bowden and a third member is 1 from cars and trucks which takes

(actor Miami and to the Equipment seven-county Company area Honored As Leader In Florida IndustryThe to Baker be appointed who was by not present President atTuesday's labor place camps regularly: it on was pay believed days near that

IndIan River St Lucle Martin. meeting! at Old South many of these Itinerant merchantsare
Okeechobee Bar-B-Q. Suggestions thus far on evading: the collection and reporting -
Hendry :
aim Beach
ad Glades, which the Clewiston United States Sugar Corporation overnight for the "opening of the fog and the Clewiston Inn. additional facilities in the Clewis- of the state sales tax.

has serviced for many has received a Certificate Industries Exposition. Charles Arnold The sequence of pictures shows ton area are: development of the No Action was taken, and Phelps

ears pang., T. B. Shelley president of' of Honor Recognition for Its contrW: and Wm. Parrish were in cane being planted, the mature said he would continue: to keep

i Miami firm, has indicated: he I'I'e to the economy of Fla. through In- charge of the exhibit. cane being cut and loaded in the Weekly CalendarThursday in eye on this practice.
A photographic story of the field at the railroad unloading that
abed) to be relieved of the CaterWar dustry. TheeertIfIeatewas sugar ; cars W. T. Stltt reported extension -
dealership awarded at the Florida Industries operations from planting! to the at the sugar house dump the May I workers from all over the

Kelly said the change which will' Exposition In Orlando an event finished product is shown, with tandem mill grinding, the dart- Noon: Lions Club at Inn state, who will gather at the Belle
large ((20x24)) pictures of the two tiers evaporators vacuum Station to
Glade confer
effective June 1st, will involve I sponsored by the Florida Develop- pans 1:30: p. m. School Board meeting Experiment
oving the accounting offices of ment Commission, the FloridaBankers Sugar Houses, scenes from the centrifugals loading raw sugar in 8 p. m. Senior Play. SuulandAuditorium on the extension work sometime
Association, the Florida Sugarland Ranch the Office Build- railroad cars, loading blackstrap in late May will make a tour
e firm to Miami where LOU O. KELLY 1
will be established State Chamber of Commerce, the molasses Into tank cars; and packages 1 p. m. Rebekahs. of the area after their conferenceand

new firm will be the "Kellyactr I manager and Campbell E. Nail as 1 I Associated Industries of Florida CITY BUYS NEW of Dixie Crystal sugar whichIs Friday, May U will' include dewlston in this
refined at Savannah from U.S.
the service manager. The sales, parts and the Orlando Industrial Board. I tour.
ord "Clewiston"Company",because dropping it no I and service personnel will remain I The certificate recognized "United CAR FOR POLICEBeck Sugar Corporation's raw sugar. Meet C.H.S.at GainesvilleSaturday Track Members In State John Corbin presided at the
unchaDled.'lbe Stalks of cane and samples of sugar meeting. Attending were Ross La-
er appropriately describe the 1 States Sugar Corporatlon fJ;yalp 'how
Palm Beach Motors wu bidder on ,. Floorkane and molasses are May 11.V.'F'W Byer Dan McCarthy C. L. Ben- ,
the economlc:
West store uable contributions to
ration of the firm. I
a new police cat and was awardedthe
exhibited; and supply of descriptive I
: Poppy Day son, W. T. Stltt :R. V. Phelps.John .
Except for the accounting of- the management of L. L. Ellington and Industrial expansion of the contract for
purchase by
City literature is furnished. 8 p. m. Gospel Sing at Elnilgton, Ken Swayne, Jack
ices, the Clew toD business will will also remain unchanged state of Florida", and is signed! by of Clewiston when the commission
i unchanged Robert Kelly will be said Kelly. John O. Fin- Wendell Jarrard, chairman of the held its regular meeting Monday sponsor Pentecostal Fry W. A. Davis, John Corbln.J. .
PETTY THIEVERYIS Holiness Church E. Beardsley. Stella Pinkie and
anger of the Clewiston Store; delsen general manager of the Florida Development Commission, evening. Beck's bid was $1.193,
E. Lee will remain as parts Shelley Tractor_ and Equipment R. S. Hughes, president of the Florida Hendry County Motors bid 11,737. REPEATEDLocal Sunday, May 12 Beryl Bowden.

Company will become executive Industries Exposition and Got* and Chuck Wells Motor Co. bid $!,- merchants are continuingto 2 p. m. Band Concert in the
vice president of the new firm, and ernor Farris Bryant Park
M 800. All bids were on the basis of Novelty Numbers
Orientation Day will remain as manager of the Miami The U.S. Sugar Corporation was trsde-in! of an old car. be plagued of by petty thlevry and on 3 p. m. Ropin' and Rldln' Club ,
store. Kelly said practicallyall the the part many youngsters at Woodward's Pasture.
represented at Exposition by The commission discussed progress
of the Shelley employees will the "Tale I some aduls, according to reports In Band Program
its new exhibit featuring on forthcoming city projects, Monday, May 13
The News this week.
remain with the new organization. of Two Sugar Houses", which has reaching Noon
For Sixth GradersAbout Including construction of a pro : Rotarsy Club
"Stealing seems to be just a Sugarland Band's fifth concert In
There will be approximately 129 attracted widespread attention this shop and club house at the golf 8 p. m. Midget League baseball
of seeing how much they the park will feature various sections -
employees in the consolidated op year. The exhibit was shown 'in course, Improvement of the city, question meet at Youth Center.
90 sixth graders are re- eration. Tallahassee where the legislators tennis court which is now underway can get past the watchful eyes of 8 p. m. Eastern Star at Masonic of the band In three separate

Iceiving orientation into Junior Mr. Kelly plans to spend mostof got[ a preview of some of the Orlando and street Improvements the clerks" said one storeowner. Han. compositions next Sunday. Featured -
1 High life today. The annual visit his time in Miami after the exhibits, and was dismantled It was planned for Mayor Bem- "However, we are getting tired of items win be "Carnival for
I of l pupils who will enter high school change becomes effective, but the taken to Orlando and set in place bry and Commissioner Fred Sixes taking the losses, and we will haveno Tuesday, May 14 Trumpets", Percussion in Review"and
I next all Is patience with future cases." 7 p. m. BPW Covered Dish Supper "Shoutln Liza Trombone."
taking place
their home m to
family will retain go to Jacksonville with a representative '
I attitude found at Harriet Zsul's Home Also to be featured la -
Seniors This was general an arrangement
invited the 6th graders Clewiston until after the school from Gee and Jensen
I to be guests at the matinee of the term, closes next year when Chris Three Narrowly engineering firm to confer with among store owners, who have along 7:30: p. m. Sports Car Club at of authentic: Swiss folk songs

I class play; they will' also watch the Kelly will graduate from Clew! Escape Death In David Lee of the State Board of 1 history of suffering in comparative -! per at Harriet Zauel's. entitled "In Switzerland," writtenby
I I silence. Hereafter, police: 8 p. m. American Legion Election Britain's leading composer for
voting student
on council Health
: officers ton High School The family plans relative to the constructionof
1 and will be conducted on a tour then to move to Miami permanently Truck-Car CrashThree the sewage system and plant I will be called.It 1 band Eric Ball.
I of the building! by members of the Commissioners ,attending the is no longer necessary for 8 p. m. Legion Auxiliary meeting The Program:
Junior people narrowly escaped a thief to take the goods outside Sousa on Parade (John Phillip
class. Dan
[ They win thus beI meeting were Mayor Bembry
death Monday morning as a Gulf the before the law
store permits Wednesday May IS
a little
Jones and
familiar with the different McCarthy Tom Fred C.
Ors transport tanker crashed Into him to be charged with theft Noon Klwanls Handel
routine of classes when QUITA IS SECONDIN sedan .. : at Inn Lavinla Hymn Tune (
the rear of a Dodge
they leave Last weekend one store was' 7:4J: p. m. CAP at AirportS Parker
elementary school next
miles west of Clewiston
I EVENTS about four robbed of a swimming cap, a p. m. Elks Lodge. In Switzerland (Erie Ball)
fallA 1 on US 27' and both vehicles became Gordon'* Sinclair ladles compact the comb from a Carnival for Trumpeta-featuring I
thirty-minute visit at ,the
lonerepresentative submerged in the roadside canal. comb and brush set, and smaller Section (John Klnyon) I
IWetherald Youth Center will acquaint Quite Mazzina. dewlston's Service Now Open Cash Prize In the Cornet
J in the state high According to Trooper Ray Brownof items. Multiply this loss by the March Vafflant (Paul Koepke)
them with this facility also. LaBelle, who investigated the Gordon Crofut this week assumed Calf ScrambleThe
number of
I The swimming meet in Gainesville stores then by the Big Brass Band from Brazil
school I
will return to their the driven by management of the Sinclair
I own school Saturday. won second place in accident number of weeks In a year anda Circle W. Riding Club will (John Cavacas)
hi time for lunch ac- of struck Service Station at the of
N. C. Watson Hollyood, corner
staggering total loss is reachedMerchants )
Individual medley offer a cash prize to the youngster Battle Brigade (Thomas Parcy
| Mrtlng to the schedule of the the 200 yard the sedan driven by Erskin Smith Sugarland Highway and San Benito
most of the
say pettythieves the calf scramble Review featuringthe
d.y'i In the 400 yard winning Sunday Percussion in -
and second: place the and will the Gordon'l
colored, of Clewiston in rear operate same as -
event, 1 are Teen Agers or very afternoon on the Woodward Ranch percussion section (Harold Walters
Legion free style vehicles continued Sinclair Service.
and the two r
to Elect medals to small children; they feel the very west of Clewiston beginning at 3 )
i received two more
She eastward an estimated 200 feet be- The new manager has been associated
New small children are still learning (Reid Poole)
col Southern Special
Officers fabulous p.m.
add to her now quite fore both vehicles went into the with Ray Ketchum in operation
I right from wrong but they assume The afternoons entertainmentwhich Shoutin' Liza Trombone featuring -
We Clewiston of the Atlantic Service Sta- i
Post No. 39 of the lection. roadside canal, with the tractor
American that the Teen Agers already will include roping; calf the trombone section! (Henry: I
Legion will hold its an- coming to rest on the sedan. The tion for the past two years however -
Dual of the have that knowledge. Thereare riding, barrel racing for the ladles, Fillmore)
election of officers OQ ""- Florida's motels form one I aluminum trailer on the transportwas their lease was not renewed,
|W nl H May 14 at 8:00.: state's "big businesses". There are empty and remain afloat Ketchum's plans for the future are also a few adults among the and the calf scramble which is for The public Is eordlaDy invited

Charles "*"* u the retiring over 6,000 in the state, and the throughout the four hour salvage indefinite at the presentThe petty thieves, say the merchants. youngsters up to 13 years of age. and urged to attend the remaining

commander, and he urges an mem- gross is nearly 370 million a year operation. station Is being completely two concerts fas the ,
ten to be present for the selec- including $99 for food and wet- Smith was admitted to Hendry renovated by the Sinclair company. aeries. The band, which playedat

800 of next fears officers dentals..irPN General with lacerations and a Crofut noted that be plans to operate Director Health Department Issues Lehlfh Acre early .In the
the station "as a means of series, was very pleased last
t ...::0 passenger llvelhood and not as a sideline as Bandar when two carloads efLehlfa t

; Jured in the unexpected ducking. it has been operated for many Statement Concerning HepatitisBecause Acre resldente drove ,. a
I "
years. to Clewbtea to hear -
oJ .' ), Watson was,not injured according f j
/ ......, j officer. The LP gas service of Southeastern of the Interest shown' ter eert
,. ., IIJ'" to the symptoms occur you should see
j'.i1, .1t .., I." The sight of the truck in the canal National Gas la also being through many inquiries about he- your family physician.' There are I
.. .. ; ..,. attracted a large crowd of spectators moved to the new location this pitatis Dr. W. F. H10 Jr. directorof preventive measures which maybe FIRST GRADERS
from passing motorist who week.The the Glades Hendry and Highlands taken on the advice of your I II
lingered most of the afternoon In new manager invites his Health Departments has issued family physician if you have been REGISTER MAY 17
friends to visit the station In an lanais, children wfae will '
order to see the salvage the following statement: exposed.
the sedan. While announcement elsewhere in the eater the first grade m dewbton p,
damage to There have been some suspected "The health department's definition I .
three wreckers labored with the News. cases of infectious hepatitis In of exposure is close Intimate Elementary School MSt faD are
recovery traffic was rerouted via Glades and Hendry counties re- contact such as a family has asked to res-bier them at the
the west bound lane for about a Three Inch Rain cently. Although no official report with one another. Casual contacts school office ea Friday, May 17.

quarter of mile by officers. Breaks has come to the Glades or Hendry at the grocery store drug store, Mrs. Mabel ftlagffl. principal says
The sedan was a total loss DroughtA County Health Departments I will downtown and so on, are not very proof of birth la needed; this maybe .
Brown said and damage to the heavy rainfall that averaged try to give some Information about Important birth certificate, hospital ...- I

1963 Mack tractor bad not been 3 Inches in' the area broke the this disease which may prove help "The health department has a rod. Insurance policy er ether

estimated The trailer received no long drough MaL 2.-and 3. but the -1 very limited supply of gamma globulin documentary proof.Registration .. y
appearant damage, The officer weather has setuStfUack into clear ful.Infestious hepatitis is caused by for those who cannot pay for will be between the
charged Watson with failure to sunny skies with no further rain a virus and the usual means of this preventive medicine Howeverthis hours of 9 a. m.'and 1:30: p. m.

have vehicle under control: Both insight : transmission is through fecal con- should be given only If a per and those with last names beginning ; t
vehicles had been traveling east Heaviest fall In the area was taminations. Many cases are not son has had close: family-like contact at the first of the alphabetare

In the south lane at the time of the 4% Inches recorded In South Ben- recognized because of the very with a proven case asked to come during the

Act TAKE accident dry County. Clewiston itself recorded -; mild symptoms but in others symptoms "If you have been exposed according morning hours, and those withS \
Brgoy'rED Allots THE TEEES AND BENCHES Bi TIlE Trooper Jack Bent of Moore Ha- 2 1/3 inches, but rainfall was such a* fever tiredness, : to the above Information, through Z at 1 p. m. to complete
4? ?" atkru".. rafettao done by the members ef the Adult vent assisted with the investigation. reported heavier to the South.I nausea and vomiting yellowing of contact your family physician and reglsteration by 1:30.: It Is not necessary

tl .fti: ?" *j o sstoinf* .TT Sri. West and Southeast I the eyes and skin occur. If the lat-l task for his advice." that the chad: be pnaent.lake .

I e tl the Sunday aftersem sod Ce.eerfcTAIT "

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,\ Pace 2 THE CLEWISTON (Ha.> NEWS. Thurs.. Mar 0, 1963 ..t iM Mem l---I Miami George Bestor was home I robbed a Saving and Loan bank Health Dept. Has trol cumbers studies on tomatoes b4
., I for 10 days from Camp Siebert of $40,000. and leafmlner 4
iii. Ala. J. B. Brantley had his first I They broke open a cellar door southern peas, cu WC, >
Sez leave since the Navy. Ed- chiseled through a wall and burneda toes **
entering OfficeThe additiona
from Gold-: hole in the safe. Clewiston In the tour *
The Clewiston News"Devoted dye was here
Before escaping with the moneyInvestigators growers to observe i2 .
boro NC enroute to new Department the
------ was Hendry County Health various herbicides
, assignment at Avon Park Bombing said, the burglars office and 1I'erII....1.
maintaining an
Debbie Kemp Is In dire need of the terrible mess they is fumigation. YIeld
to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston Range. swept up the! and v net--;:
t and Hendry County." help from mommies and daddies bill had made part-time in Clewiston. sharing plots will also be obsel'Ved
introduced a
Elbert Stewart street ,
Bond I
of children who send the family e e e small office in the Following a
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston,,, creating the present 8th Congressional with C, W. Oil- fried chIckea: (
to at the
with the Jewelers Gulf
Iowa Mayer
youngsters James
pooch Marengo, Coast
Florida, by The Clewiston News Inc., a Florida Corporation. District Station
the swimming pool Each after- observed in the Marengo Pioneer- phant, local contractor. I Street East in It
., Bradenton
I Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927 at the PostOffice e. S e e clerk will ,
the children gather for "One to save faceis Mrs. Christine Howell reports will given"search
noon as Republican: way be
in Clewiston Florida under the
Act of Congress of March 3,, 1 OQ
1879. session of swimming, the family TEN YEARS AGO to keep the lower part of it be In the office from I till 1* each conducted on tile "-
dog accompanies its master to (From Clewiston News shut." morning Tuesday throne Friday: pesticide compatibility
NATIONAL EDITORIAL CRIb oolslde and in some Instances the May 7, 1953) S. e to reeelve eaus for the nnrsea, insecticides, herbicide

TI dos have bared their teeth as Debbie Ellis R. Williamson 47, was arrested W.shlnaton-Some foreign coun- sanitarian or ether health department tides, plastic mulches'fem.1IeIna
: sought to run them away. in Chicago as a suspect in tries must think our Peace Corpsis personnel The clinic will beheld and plant breeding
arijjurn P-.I 77.1111BERYL .. \ Dogs at the pool create a haz- the robbery of the First Bank of "chicken." as usual at Hendry General Agriculturalthnmt
MiMBt, zard and menace to other youngsters Clewiston on April 8. He had in his Asia has asked our Peace Corpsto Hospital on MODda,.. tints scientists gas.
BOWDEN, Publisher 'J1 Q 1q and an unsanitary conditionfor possession S6.400 of the negotiable send a Chicken Plucker and The phone number of the Health search findings reporting at the LM ..

,I S. H. STALLS Managing Editor Oc \9U all. If sticks and stones are bonds which were;stolen in the Latin America has requested a office is 24281.Vegetable. will include Dr. David C. ff

{ Subscription Rates ... ... ..., $4.00 per :year "lT10" used, the attendants are cruel and robbery. '" Chicken Sexer.. bert associate hnrtt..1I1h.AMi.A. _.
(Return Postage Guaranteed) comes in for criticism. The Seniors gave "Hillbilly e e e James M. Walter plant It

Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 11201Advertl.I.111 Parents are encouraged to instruct Wedding" as their class play, with Pittsburgh The Allegheny Coun- Growers 'gist: Donald S. Burgh PlIIIcit
their children to leave the Johnle Jackson Punch and Judy ty marriage license bureau got horticulturist Dr. asi
C CenSd
Rates : M.
on application. The
management reserves quite a jolt when It received this Field Day May 16
the right to reject any objectional advertisement!ITHE family pet at home when going toSonny Montgomery, Georgeann Suggs associate soil chemist; >Dr jS
the pool. Sue Gene Fuller Claire letter: Vegetable growers are remindedthat
NEWS ume. no responsibility for the return of unsolicited Cornette Paul Jones, assistant plant
manuscripts or photograph -ss- .Jones, Mike McLeod Buz Power "Gentlemen was married in the 24th Annual Gulf Coast loglst; Dr. E. G. Kelshelmeii pnpp

THE NEWS asiumts no financial rtsponsibllltjr for typographicalrrori Having never attended a fair Lavon Booth, Alfred Watton Ed- Pittsburgh some years ago. I don't Vegetable Q(ower' Field Day will tomologlst; and Mrs. A. J. 6v
or ommlsalons In advertisement but If notified of such error b.- meeting, I am going to offer a sug die Musgrave, Billy Blount and like to admit it but/I've forgotten be held at Btadenton, May 18. This man, assistant soils
t J advertisement for the nut Issue In which of the the paper error ocourred will reprint In correctly the event that a time part element of the 'estlon' that is presently bouncing Don Stiles in the cast the name of the woman I married. Is one of the major field days held mlcrblolotu
would render the correction valueless, the News will reduce the price round among directors which I After the play Mrs. G. N. Pitzen Will you kindly send the name to for vegetable producers in the
of the advertisement by an amount .qual to the percentage of the total believe has merit Mrs. Isabel Powers Mrs C. W. me?"
a. the erroneous or omitted copy represented. state.Mason 'aT!
space Managing the county fair has Fuller and Mrs. R. J. McLeod entertained i E. Marvel vegetable oUfn.frJ'&al"
become almost full time job for a the class at a Hillbilly Phoenix, Ariz.-Many years ago crops specialist lays the field day &

WITH A LITTLE DILIGENCE: AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE couple of weeks prior to the fair Party at the Legion Ha1LFULLER'S the Arizona Graphic Weekly told" opens at 10 a m. with a tour of the Howard Spinet
q OWNERS COULD STRIKE A GREAT BLOW FOR CRIME and of course during fair week wives "How to Cook Husbands: vegetable plots at the Braden :River -
PREVENTION. BY THE SIMPLE ACTS OF REMOVING Fair' presidents in the past have I "Some women keep them too Farm located on State Highway Mirror "Studios"
i been taxed heavily of their time constantly in hot water. Others 70, four miles east of Oneco traffic
freeze them others roast them,
and as it continues to grow additional light on U.s. 301. This is a reversal -
REDUCTION. .IN AUTO THEFTS COULD BE REALIZED time is going to be demanded others put them in a stew and of past years during which -

-I. Edgar Hoover director FBI It is the belief of many AL FULLER still others "keep them constantlyIn {the field day opened at the Gulf

of the directors that a fair manager a pickle. Coast Station in Bradenton.The LAKE
; should be acquired torfree New York-Tidy burglars really Se e e tour will include a look at
made a "clean sweep" when theyAccurate Port Elizabeth, S. Africa-Sometimes APPLIANCEPh.
or for hire but relieve fungicide-insecticlde compatibility
Keynote SpeechWendell YU J-T151
an actor can really knock
some of the pressure which now'alls himself out studies on tomatoes, disease con
on the presidentThe
Jarrard, chairman-director of the Florida Develop. production lead has fallen onthe THE The audience gasped when Adam

ment Commission delivered a very appropriate keynote speechat same "public spirited" citizens Leslie collapsed on stage in the" SPECIAL SALEOn
middle of his "Adam's Rib.
the opening of the Florida Industries Exposition In Orlando since the fair creation, and it is revue,
In his haste to get onstage, Leslie -
recently. I time that a few more committee
3 bedroom mobile homes
CHRISTIAnSGlfnCE] had dipped his false mustache
beads get interestd helping with
I The Exposition I into ether Instead of an adhesive LOW PRICES EXCELLENT FINANCING
was a striking display of the many industries the work load. -
In the state and one might have expected the chairman to be -SS- material. Also ONE ONLY NEW 8' x 3}' :2 bedroom CLEMSON
I ] Shortly after he went onstagethe
all smiles, handing out bouquets on this occasion. The accident on US 27 near :RoI ,- ether knocked him out Full Price $2,500See
er's Bar played as entertainmentfor .
But Jarrard was wise enough to evaluate the Industry I hundreds Monday during thefour e e
Maxton, NC. Motorist M. B. these Bargains on display at
and lack of it in the state as a whole. He pointed out that a plus hours of getting the tracer il mOnITOR]
Stroud collided with a milk truckat
handful of metropolitan areas are bursting at the seams as the and trailer out of the canal The an intersection while on his CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES, Inc.

result of large Industries, there Is a great dearth of the same In eight[ of a "rig" in the c.nal1l iiiways way to work. 830 E. Sngarland HighwayYU

the many smaller communities of the state. a traffic stopper and when "I was just hoping I'd run into 9-2681 dewbtoi
they heard a car was still in the ," Stroud told the milkman
70 percent of the state has no traffic Jam", said Jarrard c.nal.: the crowd of "salvage su you after regaining consciousness. "I

indicating the crowded condition In industrial areas and the need perintendents" continued to grow wanted to pay my milk bill."
for attracting small business and industry to small communities. Hay Brown was about to go "ape" Complete e e e e
? from burning feet hot sunshine Let U.Air .
Jarrard called for a "share-the-industry" approach to the and answering was anyone Rugeley, England-The Lancashire -
problem asking "those who have" killed! News Dynamo Electric Products
to help "those who havenot"
Co, sent this notice to their em- ConditionYour
ployees: "This company has NO
Marlin Ham is seeking recruitsfor Coverage KISS BREAK!: "
Certainly some areas have all the growth and Industrial the "Canegang" baseball team

development they can care for during a period of readjustment; which' is scheduled to play its first The company explained: "It is Car

perhaps they can and will be helpful in spreading this sunshineof 'game; on Sunday, May 19 at Bugirland felt that it is unbusinesslike for
industrial payrolls over the state as a whole. Park. All those who still people to be seen walking arm-in
feel' a flash-of-youth occasionally arm or kissing and cuddling In the $299,95Installed

are urged to meet at the park .canteen or on the grounds" ,
I where' workouts 'are being held A married employee complained:
t I What's each afternoon. c "Nice thing for' my wife to find in your car
With Profit?
--sg..r.- ta my wages envelope, I must
I say. You can Imagine what she
A hearty welcome to Woody
One hears a lot of talk in Washington and elsewhere these Carruthers who has assumed his thinks goes on!" EASY BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN

w days about the necessity for business to expand increase production duties with the Clewiston Recrea 1 Year $U'" ( Months $11

create more Jobs, and meet,foreign competition the tion Department He will assist > Months $5.50

latter of which is a sizeable job in itself. Eugene Fuller with the busy summer Mtim CDs M ash,with e'4vrtiMiiim yew, .heck eel.. PIZZASugarland
', At the same time one sees legislation proposed and actions recreation schedule which is ....., ads lei BECK MOTORSPhone
,r taken by boards, bureaus commissions and legislators that virtually -now being planned for local youngs- Tke ChdNi.ekl.eee. Nrw., s....MeneaOs. .

J scare the pants off a man who has saved some money he ters. Into Ice, M... I5-le PharmacyYU

I would like to Invest By attacks on possible profits in compari.son' -ss- YU 3.1301We'll
Friday night was the peak of the 2-3311
4 with risks involved, the incentive to invest and create jobs '
i "social season" for Clewiston students -
is being constantly discouraged. I
both senior and Junior high
As a matter of fact, the role of profit in American life is Ire.I with the Jr.-Sr. Prom and Spring I

; I quently, even commonly, misunderstood. A good many people "rollcs. Both were very successful
regard it as an unfair charge against the consumer of goods and from the enjoyment standpoint and

services an imposed tithe, in effect, by which the few benefitat outstanding Jobs of decorating the
the expense of the many. Recreation Hall and Youth Center. J

The truth of the matter is, if it weren't for profit, the many as In spite of the past reputation of

well as the few would find themselves in a sorry condition Indeed some students getting "out of
//I and" at the Prom, the situation make her
For it is
profit fairly earned, that keeps the economy of
r. DID NOT merit officers standing l
this country running, precisely as gasoline automobile
runs your inside the door through out the
Yet, a recent survey conducted In high schools and colleges evening.

throughout the country revealed that many of the students "jj. onMOTHER'S

thought profit making was not exactly according to Hoyle. These
same youngsters will, in the not too distant future, be seeking S ...s is sesseuss.iiIt's DAY

jobs in a business world where if profits were outlawed, there .,

.;J. would soon be no jobs for them to see(... History Now ITHJ&TY \
The presdent'! of one of the nation's largest oil companies i May 12Dine

\', recently put the matter this way: "By any name (and it has been
\0.' + given many) profit is a margin of economic growth It is the TEARS AGO
'I seed com of growth; the energizing agent for continuously building (From ClewUton Mews
May S, 1133) at
I": ''r' directing and automatically regulating! productivity with a The Boy Scouts sponsored a

; j. single beneficial end point the most for everyone. Profit, in dance which added $78 to their
L ll 1 our free economy, provides the base which supports high wages, treasury. THE CLEWISTON .INN I

'ky! creates jobs, and rising production, provides for research and Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor of y!
I' pays the bulk of all taxes." Gainesville Presbyterian Church

It's about time the average American awoke to the fact that was chosen to deliver the baccalaureate Serving Special

1 "profit" is the Incentive that keeps the economy of this country sermon on May 28. ri

: on the move. Without it the wheels would stop turning just Miss De De Gallant who recent- r'V

I. II as surely as your automobile would stop dead still without gaso ly moved to Clewiston from Hen- MOTHER'S DAY DINNERfrom

f' line in the tank.-(Collier County News). dersonville NC. began dancing
classes for adults and youngsters.Mrs. .
4 j R. Y Patterson gave a tea 'A
rI honoring the birthdays of her '
I I II II' Ip L. R. Johnson and 12
t mother, a.C noon to 2:30: P.M.
Mrs. W. K. Downs mother cf S4
Claude Downs. and

I 1 S e e e 6:00;: P.M. to 9:30: P.M.


(From ClewUton News

May 7, IMS 1
: Rev. John N. Montgomery minister
; of the Community Presbyterian ,
I' I Church, was accepted as a
Navy Chaplain and resigned nil Complimentary I Dinner
( pastorate to accept the appointment -
sir( for
WOat. -
.:; RAF Cadets Forbes M. Robertson Oldest Mother '. .
I Marvin H. Thomas and Dennis accompanied by
I H. Washer were killed in se ; : Youngest Mother with son or daughter .t '. .

accidents while training at t i. child present. :' ., ;
;;. \ 1 C68 British Flying Training School Na. \ ,.:
t. [8 at Riddle Field. Services wereheld t <

and interment made In. the '''' : 1II.
Iris; i British plot of the Arcadia Ceme- The

I. Clewiston Inn ,
"- --
". Yoder was horn from the '

HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS Inc. Naval Base at Solo] eons Creek, ., .
Washington D.C., Mutt Waldron I .. .
I 8 Sugarland Highway ClsmUtoa Flo., had a week off from the NAS in

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of good guys and bad men, and St. Margaret's Mrs. Ross LaByer. Mrs. T. L. Tan THE CLEWISTON (Fla..) NEWS Thurs.. May 8, 1963 Page3
plenty of action, and a ner, Mrs. W. R. Wimberly and to a I I

rip-roaring Pale climax. Altar Society visitor, Mrs. R W. Kelly was held and Mrs. Story was the CARD OF THANKS :'
Fire 1 II
Nabokoo. A truly Mrs. G. N. PlUcn, president of .---_ winner ; ;.,it"

you unique have book>ever; unlike read. any novel the Southwest Diocesan Coast Council Deanery of Miami HI HAVEN CLASS Mrs. F. D. Royal and Mrs R. I Our alncere appreciation la extended -
Morte D'Urban.Power. W. Jackson, were hostesses .at the;,, to everyone who assisted us
Father Women installed the 1963-64 officers HOLDS MEETINGMrs. I
social hour the during recent b... Your
Urban, has afttr meeting serving our many
among other
things for St. Margaret's
succeeded In making himself Altar Society I Pat Drake conducted the refreshments to Mrs Drake, expressions of sympathy, floral offerings
nationally Wednesday night
known as I homeof business meeting of the Tabitha Mrs. H. V. Turner Mrs. W. R. and other kindnesses have
a preacher. Mrs. Dan McCarthy.
Then came a day when class of Hi Haven Baptist Church Baxter, Mrs. Sam Rich, Mrs. W. done much to help us in our ior-
everything Mrs C. D. Hlne was installed
as Monday night Mrs. Henry Storey C. Mann, Mrs. Bill Preston Mrs.
seemed to count for nothing, and row.
Mrs. E. L.
1 a fateful year. I vice-president.president; :Mrs. H.Holoubek J. Andrais as I gave the devotional. A Bible Quiz, Jack. Lowe and Mrs. Storey. The J. J. Herring family "',
I R ----
as secretary and Mrs. C J. NIelson

t4 J } ed youths Among to the which shelves the non-fiction were are recently these books: add-for as Mrs.treasurer.Harry Vaughn, Jr. presided -I Clewis ton Church Directory !II' I

The Alphabet of Music-R. Sur over the first part of the meetIng -
when yearly reports
plus were made '
The Beat of the Drum. Surplus by the standing committees She I FIRST METHODIST CHURaI CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I
Understanding Grammar_Rob outlined work during the year, including I 331 W. Oseeola Avenue I I I 102 E. Ventura Avenue 4
Christmas hospital work Rev. Richard Knight Pastor South Clewtaton '
; : Rev. L. T. Fagan, Pastor ";
erts.The card sales; Christmas 9.45 a.m.-Church ,.<
Witchcraft of Salem parties for : School 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School
Jackson.. Village the young people; baked goods 11:00: a.m.-Mornln service Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service
I Arithmetic for the Modern booth at the Hendry County Fair; t:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School 8.00: p.m.-Training Union
+ -Bakst. Ae two covered dish picnics, card 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service 7:00: p.m.-Evening Service
parties the Sunshine 7:30 7:00: -Baptist Training Union
; Basket and : p.m.-Evening Service p.m. Wednesday:
Non-fiction for adults: Complete clothing sent to Catholic charltits. Wednesday: 8.00: p.m.-Worship Service 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers
Planning for College Sulkln As outgoing president Mrs. 7:15: p.m.-Choir PracticeST. Tuesday: Meeting
This Is the Vaughn was presented with 8.00:, p.m.: -Brotherhood
Klplinger guide to your a 8:00 p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service
education beyond high school. beautiful CrucWer.FoUowfnlinstaUaUon. MARTIN'S CHURCH Wednesday:
OME: ON LET'S DO IT AGAIN t Boys decorating the Tenth Center Mrs fine (Episcopal) 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer 8:45: p.m.-Choir Practice
rith/ crepe piper for the Annual Spring Frolics found the damp weather took over the president's chair and 207 N. Pacific Thursday: '
lit Friday let the streamers sic almost to the floor, so they manfully Service Is Theme read her slate of committee chairmen The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar 8.00: p.m.-cholr Practice NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY I'I
weed whanging. operations. Lawrence Worth, Buddy Cato and Mike : Mrs. Holoubek, program and Sunday Services: BAPTIST CHURCH :
rid are the workers shown.-STAFF PHOTO. OF WSCS Program"What spiritual development; Mrs Dan 7:30: a.m.-EarlY Eucharist Sod N. Francisco Street II
McCarthy, youth; Mrs. Richard 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and CHURCH OF CHRIST Elder Lester D. Reams Pastor
New Books AddedTo new world he Is helping to make S do You Hold !in Your Degler, finances; Mrs. Ida Craw- Church School 306 South Central Avenue 10:00: a.m. Sunday School
By The King's Command Sei- Hands was the topic of the ford, hospitality; Mrs. Jack Davis, Saints and Holy Days as an 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Public LibraryAmong fert. A story of a prosperous vii, Womans Society of Christian Service charity; Miss Patricia Ann Pow- nounced. Earl Arnold, Minister 8:30: p.m.-BTC
the new books recently loge which suddenly became a Monday night when Mrs. Bob ers, altar; and Mrs Frank Veltre, Confessions by appointment Sunday: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
)laced on the shelves of the Clew ghost town. This tells of their Incredible Pierce and Mrs. Ralph Causs publicity. 1C:00( : a.m.-BIble School Wednesday:
ton Public library are these adult Journey to the new home 5. eaux presented an Interesting pro- Father Charles, as Spiritual DI- COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN 11:00: a.m.-Worship 7:30: p.m.-Prayer ServiceST.
tctlon books: and especial of a wealthy rancher gram. Mrs. Curtis Fry at the rector of the Altar Society, gave a 407 Royal Palm Avenue 7:00: p.m.WorshlpWednesday
A Bulred Land-JoDe. A novel who was the "Ulysses" of this piano, and Mrs. Robert Welch, short talk, congratulating the out- : MARGARET'S CHURCH
Mrs. D. R. ging officers on work well done, Henry II. Ford, Minister Rev. Father Charles
Calasslnl. .
to Mrs. 1C.
used on what happens a young Spanish Doyssey. 9:45 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotions
man who believes In the future, and Storm In the West Lewis. A Vaughan Mrs. M. H. Peeers :MrsGordon but pointing out to them that their 11:00:: a.m.a.m.-Sunda-Morning School and Bible Study 8.00: a.m.-Sunday Mass
work was not finished, as they 11:30: a.m.-Sunda, Mass
Crofut, Mrs. M. L. Good-
whose hopes are bound up In a traditional American western, full win, Mr_ ,. could, through their experience 11:00: a.m.-Nursery In the Parish 7,00 ..m.n.lI.. W..lrlf." v...
Fred c. sixes MrsHands --- -
--- and Mrs. Leo Wheeler as_ help the new officers In many House 7:00;: a.m.: :-First Frid-Mass
listed in the program ways. He then advised the new officers 8:00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL 8:00: p.m.-First Wednesday each
Mrs. Frank Zemonek presided at to receive benefits of the experience shipWednesday month Catholic ladles' Attar
__ a the business meeting. President' of the others, and above : HOLINESS CHURCH Society
n. pins were given to Mrs. Larry Lee all he advised officers and mem- 7:30: p.m.-cholr Practice South Clewlaton Saturday:
< and Mrs. Frank Zemonek.It bers alike to turn to God for help 9:30: a.m.-Religious Instruction
it :: was announced that Suzanne at all limes. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor
Peeers was selected by the The covered dish dinner consisted APOSTOLIC FAITH 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School IIIA VEN BAPTIST CHURCH
W.S.C.S. of the West Palm Beach of a variety /pf delicious foods, South Clewlston 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship! Highway 720
District to attend the School of greatly enjoyed by all Coffee and Bro. Luther Dixon. Pastor 7:45 p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic Rev. Vie Turner Pastor
Missions at Lakeland.Mrs. tea were supplied by the hostess, 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Service. 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School
"I 1 Love You Mother" W. P. Jernlgan announced Mrs. McCarthy." 11:00: a.m.PreachingTuesday Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
. that all officers will serve for another : 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service 6:43: p.m.-Training Union ,
year, this being the final Tel Class Meets 7-30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Friday: 8.00: p.m.-Evening Worship .
meeting of the Society's year. At Giddens Friday: 7:45 p.m.-Youth Service Wednesday: I
Say it with Flowers on Mother's Day. Mrs. Zemonek gave an interest- Claude M. Giddens was 7:30: p.m.-Young People's MeetIng 8:00: p.m.Prayer: Meeting '
big report of the W S.C.S. meeting
In Daytona Beach which she, Mrs hostess to the T.EIv Class of the ASSEMBLY OF GOD CIIURCII O?" GOD
POTTED PLANTS CORSAGES Joe Sexton, and Mrs. Jernlgan attended First Baptist Church. Thursday CHURCH OF CHRIST 215 Francisco Street 312 8. Pielflfl Avenue
evening Rev. Joe Coleman
on April 23-25. (Christian) Rev. James F. Klmbrel, Pastor
Mrs Elbert president, 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
FLORAL ARRANGEMENTSPlease gave the devotional.and conductedthe .. John C. Scheffler, Minister 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service
Happy business meeting. North Sugarland Auditorium 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
BirthdayMay Mrs. Giddens aerved coffee, 10:00: a.m.-Bible School 7:30 p.m.-Evangelistic Service Wednesday:
9T punch and coconut cream pie to 11:00: .Communion and Worship Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service
Place Your Order Early MaylOTMay these members: Mrs. Bill Thomas, Service 7:45: p.m.-Midweek Service Friday: '
11: Barbara Cato, Edwlnna Mrs. Gratton George, Mrs. Elbert Wednesday: Friday: 7:30: p.m.-Young People's En- I'I
I 7:30: p.m.-Bible: Study 7:45 p.m.-Youth Service deavor
Jordan, Jack !
Spurlin, Jack (CT. W.) Wynn, Ruth Mrs. Rogers Mrs. J.

Hileman.May 12: Glnna Sexton. Martha ,E.W. Elder O. Morgan Mrs. Homer: .Mrs.,Bible Maxwell Mrs.. This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: |

Ellen Downs, Mrs.;.W.-'ryfalli Jr.. Mrs. '
Shows Shirley Bergeron
LovvoriVs Mrs. Dolores Williams. Floyd Andrewfr'JN/<:'JsrBrant- Hendry County Floyd Howell, Agent ParkinsonVJnc.
ley, Sr., and to these honorarymembers
May 13: Thomas C. Adams Lynda Motors Complete Department Store
Geiger, Lynda Wilkins Norris, ; Mrs T. H.'Jones, Jr., -

Flowers Chester Adams. Glades Loan Jordan & Pridgen
May 14: Joyce Sutton. FAST CLAIM I Corp.
May 15: Mary EUwrton Mrs ('if J SERVICE I Grassers-Bldtf. -
John Perry, Clara Boltoa. Bob SAVINGS ft LOAN ASStfClewiVon
McColley. '-'t A. H. Vino Giddens Furniture Royal's Inc.The _

1111I-'" sera P... oar I Store
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"It's Easy to Pay
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Mother's Day at the Glades!

Are you proud of mother! Sure you are I Show her with a lovely

dinner at the GLADES t I

Entrees Include - .


ROAST FRESH PORK HAM with Apple Cornbread Dressing


BAKED SPRING CHICKEN with Cornbread Dressing '.

ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY with Cornbread Dressing

BAKED VIRGINIA SMOKED HAM with Fruit Dressing New Rambler Claselo w 5 four Dour 770 sedan I

TENDER DINNER STEAK with Mushroom Sauce brings you a great new V-8

FRESH and ,BRUSSEL SPROUTS ..and it costs less than many..Sixes I
\ I .

POTATOES W111pped. Fried Salad Baked. Candied.. TTEM's the kind f super-efficient. Deep-Dip ru.tporil1g-a,? Ceramic- !

Fresh Fried.ONION RINGS you'd expect from Rambler the car Armored exhaust system designed to Isistas '' (, t'' ,
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and appetizers
.Bued.. '
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Delicious Fresh Fruit Cup Supreme .
Cream of ,'
Turkey Soup -
In fact,this new Rambler CUsiio I I "
Chilled Fruit Juice (Shrimp Cocktail Supreme 75c) 198-hp V-8 costs $76 to $193* less than 68 I .

Sixes offered by the other two best-selling i
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Saturday Is
4 THE CLEWISTON (na.) NEWS, Thun., May II, 1963I I 1 Jerry Tarts
Weiner Roast ,
,I ; \ Personals] V.F.W.PoppyD
A Pretty And Delicious Dessert The VTW Post *T

For Robin Roberts nual Poppy Day "IU bo141ta t

Glenn E. Etherton has returned with Mrs. Peggy Passmon Ira,I
I I Women Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roberts from a trip to Carbondale, EL, man, and members gem '
\ \ 6lews$ entertained with a weiner roast where he went to accompany his Auxiliary In charj or or a
Thursday afternoon to celebratethe aunt, Mrs. Olive Bradley. Mrs. IaIea.
seventh birthday of their son, Bradley spent the winter monthsIn CUD OF --,
Robin. Moore Haven with her sisters, TBIV. .
held In May, which will be the final Weiners. Cokes, and birthday Mrs M. Etherton, Mrs. D. L. My deepest appreclaUOllIa
t Wrights Celebrate scheduled activity for the 8243, cake were enjoyed by the group of Lence, and Mar. M. L. Bellamy. cards tended, to the many ,fr1eDds ISo
season. A summer program oi friends who Included Belinda Herring Mr, and Mrs. Louis Davis of Pa- flowers and Nslh
55th showing movies taken during the Stacy Sanford Clint Miller, hokee visited Sunday with his brighten my stay in i the bospu.
Anniversary year of various sorority activitiesis Jeff Vaughn, Martin Lowe, Walt brother-in-law, Boyd Wilson, In am grateful for the klndnehelll I
being planned. Michael Kehoe, Malcolm efficient care of the (
Wyse, Hendry General Hospital, and with staff 0t8a
Mr. and Mri. W. C. Wright observed dry General
Mrs. Eugene Hough, presidentof Arils, and Candace Han Patricia Hospital IDd
other relatives.
the 55th anniversary of their the recently organized Hospital and Tony Moron. Teresa Roberts, Shupe and McConvffle. IIrl
d marriage Sunday. It was also MrWright's Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Waldron. Jr.
Auxiliary announced a meeting of Michael Booth, Mitch Murphy, 0. A. p ilk.
birthday. the group was to be held to review Gerry Weaver, Marvin and Danny { spent Sunday In Fort Lauderdale.
The Wright's were honorees at a the proposed by-laws. Drake. i'r Mr. and Mrs. David Rowlee and
their i s daughter of Miami and Mr. and A NEW BA6Y BRIt
family dinner party given by Mrs. Hough also told the ;; 1
i daughter, Mrs. G. H. Brown at her Mrs Marion Wright and family of Up THE HOME---
that plans for chartering an Exemplar
Atlantic Avenue Rainbow Girls Pahokee were weekend guests of ESPECIALLY
home on North AT
i Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown and it
are underway. This group will be Elect LeeThe LIi
; Brown and family of Pahokee, Mr. Cheryl J Mr and Mrs. W. C. Wright
composed of members who have L -. .........
I Rainbow Girls held election -t.Bake'- Mrs. C. B. Stevens of
and Mrs. David Rowlee and daughter been active for four consecutive I convenient elf-rising' Mr. and
Tart It'a so ealY'with
of Hlaleah, Mrs. James Cham- years and earned the Exemplar of officers Monday night choosing /flour, fresh a Berry strawberries- and a few other Ingredients. Th little Gordon, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs.
blee, and Gwen Gore of Belle Degree. their leaders for the next term. ((Berry Tarts will be a picture-pretty dessert for all your spring Milton Stevens of Salina, Kansas,
Glade, Gene Whltsman of Rhode Mrs. Lowe for I The newly elected officers are: ,and summertime serving.. left Tuesday for their homes aftera
Hager hostess
Island. Mrs. Fannie Brown and Cheryl Lee, worthy advisor; Diane Bake the tart shells from self-rising flour that has salt and visit with Mr. and Mrs. Russ
the served dessert to the
Warren Brown of South Bay evening Rackstraw, associate adviser; Linda leavening added to give ypu tender, lightly puffy pastry. The I Stevens.C .
following members Mrs. Robert Oli- la and easy one whipping I
Carlton, Charity; Sally a I
Adams, Mrs. J. Fred Baker. Mrs. phant; Hope; Suzanne Peers, cream and sliced strawberries. Subatltutecanother fresh fruit, if' W Prltchett, Jr., took his
Beta Chapter Holds Richard Baker, Mrs. William Baker you like. mother, Mrs C W. Pritchett hometo
Faith Artls Lawrence, recorder
; ; to have
A* a nutrition conscious meal planner, you'll ba pleased Gainesville
Mrs. Margaret Bare, Mrs. Robert Saturday after a
and Judy Vann, treasurer. ; self-rising flour willprovide
Final Regular Meet Bass, Mrs. Van Cothern, Mrs.George dessert Idea like Berry Tarts. visit here. Mrs. H. C Avant accom-
The incoming worthy adviser, B-vltamins, Iron and calcium In the pastry. Try enriched
Beta PI Chapter of Beta Sigma Dickson, Mrs. John Drake, Cheryl Lee, read the list of appointive aelf-rlslng flour In all your home baking for both nutritional panied him and enjoyed a brief
Phi held Its last regular meeting Mrs. Freeman Hodges, Jr., Mrs. officers. Installation of these benefits and preparation convenience. visit with her daughter, Mrs. Char-
for the year Wednesday. May 1st, Eugene Hough, Mrs. Johnle Jackson officers will be held at 3 p.m. on BERRY TARTS lotte Land and her granddaughter,' M
at the Clewlston Inn with the newly Mrs. Harry Johnson, Mrs. MI- May 19th at the Masonic Hall and cap sifted antlered self. 9 to 5 tablespoons cold water Mrs. Larry Garrett. I 1963 Rambler
j Installed officers conducting the chael Milicevlc, Mrs. Fred Mott- Is open to the public.. rising flour Cream' Filling Mrs. Henry Yonce and children
business. ley, Mrs. W. G. Perry, Mrs. R. J. Jan Wilson, Diane Rackstraw, yt cop shortening of Plant City arrived Wednesday
The social committee announced Redish, Mrs. J. E. Spooner, Jr., and Sally Oliphant received proficiency Cut or rub shortening Into flour until mixture Is crumbly. Sprinkle for a few days visit with her (# Mmm
L Mrs. Sandra Stanley and Mrs. with water, mixing lightly until dough begins to stick I
plans for fashion I .
a show to be cards. Sandra Swayne received aluminum Mrs. Susie Yonceat
Wade Wilson. Turn out on large sheet of lightly-floured heavy duty mvrao
her majority degree makIng foil. Prey dough together. Roll out toInch thickness. Cut alx! OK-Chobee MoteL Mr. Yonce
i her an honorary member. This 9-Inch circles, cutting dough and foil together. Prick pastry cir) brought his family; down for a visit s
The Clewiston Linnie Dress Shop I degree is given to a Rainbow Girl c'.. gently with fork to avoid piercing toUt Lift circles and shape while he attended the Lions con- I
when she reaches her 20th birthday dough end foil together, fluting edge to form tart shells. Placeon vention in Clearwater. He returnedfor
hours 9:30-5:30: ((8 on Friday baking. sheet. Bake in hot oven 450'F..) 10 to 12 minutes. Cool. ,
High School ; she is entitled to attend any the weekend to accompany 3zr.sy& iA>ii>;
2 nights) ,Remove foil and fill tart shell with Cream Filling.
time. them home.
Rainbow at
meeting any I 2ream : CifWftfflH,.. .. .. naiiu
Cheerleaders join with me Chris Kelly worthy adviser, S-ounoe package cream cheese M teaspoon vanilla extractS Mrs. Walter Schmidt and son 01:
In thanking everyonefor MAIDS gave her outgoing speech.LutherBaird. : tablespoons milk 'i cup whipping cream, whipped Tallahassee are ,visiting her par- r, s
DOCTOR'S JACKETS X tablespoons sugar 1 cup sliced strawberries ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley for GET /
making their benefit BARBERS WAITRESS Soften cream: cheese. Add milk, sugar and vanilla extract beat a few weeks. Mrs. Schmidt Is substituting -
I "Anything In Uniforms" ing until smooth and well blended. Whip cream and fold in cream at her former Job In At MORE -
Tupperware Party Mrs. Lorene Baird, daughter of cheese mixture. Add strawberries. Spoon Into pooled: tart shells. torney Dickey's office. II OUT w

1 a successful event! J 635 Hendry St. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones, was Makes_0 tarts. OFWFE
Across the Street from married in Georgia on April 27, OUTMOVES
1 THANK YOU! Down Town KWIK CHEK to Tech. Sgt. Al Luther of U. S. 1 */
Air Force. newspaper work In Miami since 14
Jeanne Bellamy !/
i Rachel Padgett Ft. Myers, Fla Mrs. Blair, who lived in Moore 1934, and has been on the Herald
E Haven during her school days returned Gets Legal Award staff since 1937. She began a seriesof

to Clewlston to live In "January TALLAHASSEE April 30 half-hour television programs mmt.
Sgt Luther will retire from Jeanne Bellamy of the Miami Her- with WLBW-TV In Miami In No-
ald was named today to receive vember, 1961, and has broadcast
the Air Force the first of June FrI., Sat., Sun. Mon.Tues..
U and the family will make their the Eighth Annual Media Award of I a dally news commentary over
i permanent home in Clewiston. The Florida Bar. The cash award WGBS radio Miami, since January May 10 Thru 13 G
: aI and a bronze plaque will be presented 1962. ALL CHILDREN-
to Miss Bellamy and the f Certificates of Honorable Men-
Garden Club MeetMrs. ,. "The Son ofFIubber"
Herald during the Saturday mornIng tion will be awarded to the Sarasota .1
Fred C. Sikes and Mrs. business assembly of the forthcoming '- I Herald Tribune, the Jacksonville -
Wm. H. Lanier attended the annual annual convention of The I Journal, the St. Petersburg
convention of the Florida Federa- Florida Bar which opens in Miami I Times, the Pensacola News Jour- A New Disney for whole famIly -
tion of Garden Clubs at Miami Beach. nal, the Tallahassee Democrat and to laugh.

Beach last week. The award will be made for edi- WCKT-TV, Miami, for contributions -
They were delegates from the torials and feature articles dealing to the administration of justice Tues. Wed., May 14-15 I r ?

Clewlston Garden Club. with the administration of Justice in Florida, and to the public One Showing Only 8 P.M.

and judicial processes, and for understanding of the American Now at Regular Prices
G work In radio and television contributions System of Justice
i I wish to thank all my friends to "The King of Kings"The
Crystals so fine thepublic? understand.
for the beautiful flowers, letters lag of the law. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Dickey
\\'Z.{ \ cards and prayers sent me duringmy A graduate of Rollins College, were guests at the Belle Glade Greatest human drama the The Cteu/isf/ News
6 they, sparkle long Illness and stay in Miami. Miss Bellamy, (who !Is Mrs. John Rotary Club Ladles Night dinner world has ever known.

'1 \ I \ \ I \\'" Your kindness shall never be for- T. Bill in private life) has been In I meeting last week.. .. .- -

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Optometry 'scholarship WU enacted by IIi
State Florida legislature in 1161 THE uwzsroN: ,....) NEWS,, 'L.. May t, 1963 Page a
Scholarships I Dr. L.O.Vaughan Jr..Cle ,

me Florida State Board of tap|l cants ehOptometrist st std apply interested to Dr. a If': ,
merry '. accepting applications H. Rodrleuez, Secretary'Treas I ,.,,4
state-supported schoarsbips Florida State 1fI' I"'f
rout Board
or of
that par 91,000 each year. I'1202 North 7 Howard VJDI ,
Avenue, Tame, 1
lYe, scholarships ar. awarded on'ually 8, Florida. The t
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/ tbe'litd student who shows he greatest prepress la his lint rear of'and.
es .1. Making the presentation at the annual Band Banquet U Band-
Mrtefr Jack Scott.-STAFF PHOTO.
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UNTIL YOU SEE COMET AT __ High School students are holding

MERCURYDEALER'S elections today, of recording student body their officers Letterpress printing in any size or quantity. We can

YOUR choices on a regular voting machine -
also handle register forms, continuous forms for
loaned for the purpose !iy
., Hendry county. A ROOM IN JUST
p Las
y w 1 Candidates for president are Cal Y Y billing machines. If it's printed we can do it for you
i 4a.a Ballentine, Phyllis Crouch, Randel ,8
Hatfield, and Debbie Kemp; 'or quickly and economically.
vice-president Michael Roberts, 7 6 5.C98 .
Tommy Weathers, Joann Wood;
for secretary-treasurer, Andraa
Bolton Jan Brantley and Mary
The compact with fine-car Beth Fry. EngravingWe -
styling and best resale value record! In addition the students will vote 2 Hours ,. ,

on a proposed amendment to the handle wedding announcements i invitations
HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS Inc. constitution of the Student Council with ROL4ATEXIROLLATEX
Some students have questioned the
last Sujirlind highway Clewlston. FloridaPersonal I wisdom of permitting smoking nn tNTaaloa aATaxalll.p personal or business cards or any other type of en-
the school campus; present rules
I permit smoking at one ten minute N. ,.Me graved stationery .
period during the day, the ten, I..d.,,g a..a e. a .err-.e \1,, ""
minute morning break at 1020.: ..n.d.-.p.
7nr The election campaign was climaxed $
: yesterday morning wh'_>n GAL Rubber Stamps- .
each of the candidates made campaign -
speeches at the school ai-
t x lembl)'. Buy one get one 5-day service given on any kind of rubber stamp. .> .; .
VISIT NEW TRACK I FREEof Signature stamps take a little longer but can be se-" \/-..
Seven members of the newly for. "
FOR ALL med sports car club at Clewiston cured. -*"
MOTHERS went to Lehigh Acres Sunday to seethe your
new sports car track which '#U1
be opened shortly. In the group MIItzi) efllbL, STOP*
were Mr. and Mrs Phil Franis, Advertisingoffered -
Lingerie Phil Francis, Jr., Bruce Waldron, Al Fuller'sCountry ', '
Raymond Yon Jeffrey Nash and
S Summer House Coats Ed Hornsby.The club will. meet next Tuesday Store to you through the Clewiston News. If your i

evening at 7:30: at the Phil Frances, Gewlston Phone YU 2-3281 business requires reaching the mass market'''this. is !
home on San Pedro Avenue.Mr. --- -- ,
One rack of sportswear reduced and Mrs. William Henry ire your headquarters for a single advertisement, oria' I
leaving this week for a summer ..; -. -. .
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6 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, Thurs. May 9, 1963"ShangriLa" ; General Hospital, weighing
pounds, six ounces. MODEL HOMES
Mr. and Mrs Robert Alfred \
Setting for PromI Daniels are the proud parents
I & daughter, Cindy; Lee, who was?
: Muy 7th at Hendry Ge Olympia and Alverdez Avenues

I When Juniors Entertained Seniors Friday pital birth., weighing eight J New 2 or 3 Bedroom Homes from

1{ "Shangrl La" that mythical land Ridgdill, Junior president and response Mr and Mrs. W nde| A
where dream come true became by Carroll Radish, Senior REl'r' i; uv rick of Clewlston. ann<
I a reality for a group of Clewlston' president. Chris Clddens gave the' .e birth of a son, Troy; We $350 DOWN
::1 I I High School students for one evening Invocation. Miss Judy Watson and, Monday, May; 6th In a I ,:
\t only Friday as the Juniors Miss Cheryl Lee presented two I Hospital. The young matS
I f entertained the Seniors with the musical numbers In an oriental pounds, one and one-h i\\
"f, t traditional Banquet and Prom. theme, and Miss Phyllis Crouch,I at birth. Mrs Kflpatrl ; Approx. $70. Per Month
i ,,,,'''f An Oriental theme was used read the class: prophecy. I former Joan Rutland. )
: (l; throughout the evening, In the dining Favors at the banquet were
R I'I room of the Clewlston Inn chop sticks, and the guests enjoyed] CARD OF TRANS J JWe { Built by Kendall Construction Co.
I where the 142 students and
guests attempts at using them. The handmade I
I I 1 \ gathered for the banquet and at menu folders and other accessories 4 appreciation wish to for express the care p p test Palm Beach Phone JU 5-1771
\ the Sugarland Auditorium where were oriental In design.
nesses to our son. Billy l'N
the Prom Itself was held. Sugarland Auditorium was trans Illness We appreciate ti.ehties- I Shown by appointment, call
I.; At the banquet, the program in- formed (by hours of hard work) lion of Dr Rlgby and thto>Israigj
: ; .cluded: a welcome by Tommy Into an Oriental land A small- General Hospital staff, Ja* > J. E. Beardsley Sales Agent
kindnesses of many frits* STS
remembered him witngJvlslsts ns' lewiston Phone YU 2-7501
cards and prayert.s4
New & Used Trailers his stay In the local hosfitM. H!
Lee Memorial Hospital fcjjfg ftMr.
Doesn't Cost It
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:' r as low as $200 Down THE TEMPLE AT SlL\NGBI-LA-ThII clever creation was ene of the .w ,, "
focal points of decorations at the Junior-Senior From at Sagirland Adltorlnm .
Friday evening. An Oriental motif was used throughout.

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I bridge led to the hall where an Oriental local: band, composed: of Ronnie .
temple provided n focal Lee, Jack Davis Bud Shaw of
DICK ROBINSON MARGARET ROBINSON point of decorations A stage-slze dewiston and Joe Topham, of La-
at Hwy St lot at OR at 111 N. TrIO dragon breathing smoke loomed BeUe. The Canebrake
City Limits jail across Edison over the assemblage from the A committee of PTA room
1 Pa. OX 4-J6S8<< Bridge rh. WY 8-4(60 stage, and realistic: volcanoes bel- mothers for the Junior Class were
ched: smoke In the background.A In Prom.charge: of refreshments at the for Mother's Day DinnerWe
rickshaw provided the appropriate -
WORCEL MOBILE HOMES spot for the pIcture-tak- When the last strain of music
Inc. ing and bamboo coolie hats, and was ended, the students went home' have planned her favorite menu.
black: and gold colors used In and changed from their formats to

Fort Myers, Fla. theme.decorations further carried: out the Elks appear dub a short where time they later were at guests the SPRING LEG OF LAMB

of the Elks at breakfast, completing -
Approximately 175 persons en- an evening which will remain with mint Jellyor
E Joyed dancing to the music: of a as one of the high points of their
high school days.Hendry .


Hospital Notes Chef's Salad

: : Letha Nail G. B. McDuffle. Mrs
Ward Stevenson, Mrs. Adeline Choice of two Vegetables
Now-a new "gold standard" in cooking Pape Thelma Norton. Mrs Thel-

ma Fender. Judith Gall Thompson, Asparagus Spears Candied Yams
w' B. B. Wilson Mrs. Emily Cock-
ram, Madeline Cduz, Jose Santies-
Casserole Snowflake Potatoes
teban Jesus Terror Page Whld-
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Moore Haven Alumni THE CLEW1STON (Fla. NEWS Thurs., May 9, 1993 Page 7 II I

Country Club II ... Banquet' SaturdayThe urged to call Mrs. Judy :BoweD entered a float in the state parade f" '
or Mri. Ralph Green at once and pill Baker and David PatUson
Notes j of make reservations. constructed an 8 foot tan Lion
thers with his duties. The annual alumni banquet
summer Moore Haven High School will be gilded it and mounted it on a low
, Matt and/ **"* Stanton program Mr. Carruthers will be announced soon. held Saturday night at the American traDer. It was one of the outstanding -
is married and Lions Take Float entries In the Florida Parade.
the finals of the Men's Club wIn be Joined here soon by his fam- Legion Hall In Moore Haven.
'Implonshlp, Frank Mottley won fly. A steak banquet will be held at The club plans to send the float to
close decision over after 6:90, followed by a very brief business To ConventionMembers the parade of the national convention -
n7all. They were aU even meeting and a dance will in Miami this summer.
I of the dewlston Lions
At the end of fourteen, Fuller Attends occupy the remainder of the tvenlng -
hotel Attending the Clearwater convention
e was two down, but prop Club sent six delegates and a Lions
npbeU the next two holea Jacksonville Float to the state convention of were Retiring President
p teev The1 both paned MeetGene AU graduate of lOINs have Lions International, held In Clearwater John Corbin, President R. 1'. Baker
took number Fuller, attended the 33rd been Invited to attend. Those who, during the past weekend. John Ellington, Richard Phelps.
and 1tenchaaFrank 1A After annual Rotary Track Meet in Jack- have not made reservations an I For the first time the local club Bill Baker and David Pattison. {,: !,'
sonville last weekend at which c 4
that Ruth Mott-
1 eockrill heard several hundred elementary and .
had won the Junior High pupils took "
dubbed it a part In tL ,
aptly f .'
p, he very his capacity as 5th district chair-
Monopoly"i i
(rttley man and state chairman of the
: e Ladles Day Point Tournat Physical :Fitness Program of the '
recently resulted in a tie Florida Recreation Association,
ween Nell Parkinson and Ruth Fuller presented the physical fitness 1c PLYMOUTH'SPOFFIIff'f

CarthyTU certificates to those qualify- ?
: Friday the girls will play in,. r
Monkey,Foursome." Each play- Chief speaker for the event was x u ui
win carry one club and ahoot Rev. Bob Richards, noted Olympic
rotation using the chosen club athlete and now pastor of a California i
n wherever the ban lies. church, who devotes a great
a spite of a six on the par three deal of time to such events for the
:4 hole, Ruth McCarthy scored encouragement of American
.7 last week. She paired two and youths
, and birdies number seven. 01T A RED HOT DEAL
, Durrence; was mighty proud
rog Bonnie when she beat him one FIVE QUALIFYFOR
oke Tuesday with a colossal 401r CAR
score 4-5-3 5-6-4 5-4-4. STATE MEETFive

laID kept the ladles ff the courset dewiston track membersare

t Friday. qualified for entering the state F. C. McDONALD OF TAMPA, holds this large rattle shake killed In
track meet in Gainesville tomorrow the 'Glades south of Clewlstoa last week. McDonald was accompanyIng -

Yew Recreation The boys and the events they toss LaByer, center and Freddie LaByer, right. en the trip lookIng ...
will enter are: Bruce Waldron. for lines, when they rin upon the snake. A gun was borrowed to '
Director At Work 880 relay Bo Lindsey, 100 yard kill the snake which,had 11 rattlers.-STAFF PHOTO.
dash, 220 yard dash and 880 relay
Fuller, director of the
;ene Ronnie Olden, the high and low i
wiston Recreation department Ladies Of Lake ,
hurdles. Mike Young the broad Little
operated the department League
'tout) bas an assistant since Gene Jump, 880 relay 440 yard dash;' Bowling League
and Doug Angell the 880 relay.In .
'burn left five months ago, Is '
team W L
the group meet at Pahokee Meeting Monday
coming a new assistant thisk last week end Clewtston was run- u.s. Sugar Corp 79 53 ,
He is W. W (Woody) Carrurs Sport Shop 74 58
to Pahokee School The
of Greensboro, NC. who nerup High w3
Clewiston team, compsed of only Night At CenterA Parkinson's 73 59 PAA
ted his new duties Monday Hare Lumber 68 tt 63 HOld
six boys put on a tremenduso effort -
arruthers is a graduate of N. and came within nine meeting has been called tot South BarBQ 81 71
alas State, in January of 1962. i Monday night 8:00: at the Youth Glades Restaurant 60% 71% Plymouth hat
of the Amlrlca'llonllSt and best
: winning team, which had new-Mr wimnty-5 years or 50,000 milaslSSSSSSSSSSSSSS I
was I baseball star during his Center for all persons Interested >n Toggery Shop 60 72 0n
u d'Plvmata
and named to the many more members These boys pndd s=: ; Vls.nt Doom's.w:.:' : : :: : : I
ege days was working with the summer little Wilson Lumber 52 80 .. Mrs n.lwma6.. aplr : I
are to be congratulated on their amp asp tam MAIM' Ioc N,sad Ind 11I11",11
tb Atlantic Conference team. league program. Individuals desirous High Individual Game Mon, "* due: .: ruaiis; : .
gallant efforts :S:: aakN SL = & : oorA ray mml' i* sod ear wMp '
has been engaged in recreationk Bob led of sponsoring or coaching a ,Eleanor Keboev 188 Asa raaaas NUmh enrdlni to ttw rtumMtk-Vtllnt CtrtM Cu ton ..YNUI/L! <
Lindsey the
for the City of Greensboroe locals with team are strongly urged to be i Vonnell Berry 186
Us I the greatest number of points and Carlene Dickson' I
graduation 174
present. .
Young LOW
uller and Carruthers are busy This summer's program will be High Individual Series
week organizing the program under the direction of Eugene Fuller Charlsle Wilson 467 L LOW NEW-CAR PRICES NO FAIR OFFER REFUSED! I II
work and acquainting CarruEdward's who will be assisted by Buren Helen Keist 450
Players Polly McLendon 435 I

Sought For 'Gang Hall.Many changes are being con- You have to own one to catch one! l
templeted in the program and it 'is lr
A caU has been issued by Mar- hoped there will be a large groupof "Sin ROCK-BOTTOM I r
lin Ham for all prospective baseball people present at the May 13th I RATES I I
Plumbing RepairReplacements players interested in playing meeting i 'Call A. II. Vane BECK MOTORSHighway
this summer with the Clewlston
Repair Cane Gang. //euw r es am' *uN Pma Arraansst
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INSTALLATIONS Practices are currently being New Hours For L ssr i.1 Phone *"'.* ltOnf Flfr.'
TROUBLE SHOOTING held at Sugarland Park each afternoon ., I arid San Benito Street CleW ;
MASTER.LICENSE at 5:30: and additional play- Swimming, PoolNew 6 F
ers are needed. swimming hours are being
Call YU 2-6711 The first game has been ached announced by Woody Carruthers of
uled for Sunday, May 19 at Sugar the Clewiston Recreation Depart- j
325 E. Ventura land Park with Frostproof. Game ment, effective immediately
time will be 2:30. The C. S. Mott Pool will be open
from 3:00: until 5:30 p.m. Tuesday NEW SAFETY .
through Friday; 7:30 until 9:30
p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday
Hicpochee Farm nights; 9 until 11 a.m. and r'until
6 p.m. on Saturdays

hours Sunday wiU be 3 afternoon until 8 p.m.swimming through YOU CAN SEE AND FEEL !

announces the return of May 19th due to the band con-
certs being held in the city park.

V. R. (Bob) BEARDSLEYto Thereafter 2:00.: the pool will open at ? i AKD ri.


active management, with Schmidt Horses ;' ; ----I-

Begin Trek North

Dr.. D., W, (Dan) BEARDSLEY Wm. Schmidt who trains race --- LF :_
horses at his Horse Ranch at Clew-
associate, research iston during the winter months isbeginning
the transfer of the animals -
back to Northbrook, Ill,

Phone WR I-Z805; 'mailing address, 206 E. Sncarland Hwy. where he has maintained head-
quarters for several years
Clewiston One ]load of horses and one family -
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Casey, have
to Northbrook. The :
already gone
BEARDSLEY FARM-J. Beardsley hone van returned Monday and I
will take another load in a few o
days. It is expected that all of the _
"""" 1C 2-1242; nailing address Route 1 Dos 149, ClewUtoa animals will be moved in a coupleof

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Schick Re,. 29.95
Nair Dryer 22.50 Dry Irons 9.50 f

RCA Re,. lU5 Sunbeam Ret.11,05 _

Clock Radio 17.50 Steam Iron 13.50 ,

Electric Re,. iU5
Electric Reg' 17.115
general 15.50Frigidalre
Iron 13.50 Electric Toothbrush

Re,. 1511.95

Mobil Dishwasher Imperial Re 295.00,. S1993 Frflldalre Dryer 139.95 NEW ATLAS PLYCRON TIRE '

.... Re g. 0189,95
== .R CA I r
r 1, ,
$159.95AH ---
I Television Set I IFt I i
tax How do you look at a tire-tread?At depth only? for quicker safer .tope.You get more mileage II,
Items pin You should also look at the amount of rubber teauidHUpontUlll.l.euYIteerln6.rea1controU!
1' in contact with the road! New ATLAS Plycron You have a choice of too quick-action guaran t

Redish Electric put up to 25%man working rubber on the road. tees.Adjustments can be prorated on tnaddepth ; 4

Th ATLAS tire spreads the car's load over remaining, or on number ofmontht in use. And

far mow ratface. Together with Its improved Standard Oil stands behind every ATLAS tire.

Phone,YU'2-1601 Bond Street tread design,it gives) up to 1656 better traction Come in lOOn.,.then go toft-go Standard

Clewistoh Fla. J. F. HOWELL, Agent dewistonLL +


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I. 11.47 FAIRVIEW BD 11 It

8 THE CLEWISTON ( ) NEWS, Things, May 9. 1983 ten grandchildren and three great Caloosa Motor Co. 4111 LoU 44 to II-i iu Sarah Effl To
Calooea Rock Co. Inc. n." Lott 61 liViGHMBD 41 It Sarah Eftl. Toe It
randchildren.[ City Service Sta. (Face) 1711 -u : I

; Arrangements were made' by: Coker: J. T.r Jr. 11.11 -== 1 n It Riley La.hl.y
Cason, J. T. 44.61 PA LMDALE SD >111

I': Ij IjIi Senator Friday ReportsOn Pattlson Funeral Home, Clewiston. Clewiston Clowlstoa Texaco Watch 1'nice jewelry Button.- ) .sits.... Bk"J.J: /T liD 41 II J mg A. King _

Credit Bureau of Clewiston Hendry Co. Ino. IL6l BIk, i Lot ID-= II II Perry C. Bull
Ii The million dollar battle against Crosby, Harry E. 4k Joyce T. 41,51 FORD PARK _
Legislative Session the Medfly in Florida has been Ellt Cafe Grocery 11.16 Sea 1, Lot It- Ethel Davy
Brnlv'i Drive Inn (McCray) 907.41: I $4ea 1, lot 11 F. Davis :
ended. Commissioner of Agriculture Graham, Luth.r _- ln _' IM Bea 1, Lou 19 to Il yA..V r'- "" li

To The Clewiston News: latter part of toll week. This program Doyle Conner has announced Or.nle Worth -- .n. 1114Z Bea 1. Lot It-M. Ellis Olnn. a
( Had.. Loan Corp. _-> -. ""*" ...17 Sea 1 Lot II +.1Sec. Ollle Mae Cole-,: bi
Upon leaving for this Session, I which will. allow the County; that Broward and Palm Beach Stars Gene A Mary is.iiZ 1.: Lot IIBoo. J, N. Chancy t

I I had great plans for writing a daily Commissioner of the> Individual counties have been released from Harlem Garage (Zalrler. ) n 11.11 1, Lot Tl.- Marlah, Greet .Tw.

memo back to the news servicesin counties to work in cooperationwith regulation under state and federal Harlem.. Quit Service_ (McCray_ ) .... Sea 1. Lot Tl Tin Stephens Curti. J" ',
lay Bernard ,
__ ..17
the Twenty-fourth Senatorial the Game and Fresh Water madly quarantine. No flies have Harris, J. M. Eloise - __. 111.01' Sea 1. Lot 10 II__to_-tSSec. Oscar Brooks .:: J

District for use as they saw fit, Fish Department in improving and been found in the past 60 days.: Hilton's Iokhr broc.ry Robert, .. - 17." Sea.' 1.1, LoU Lot lit_ Oscar John James Brooks "* "

i I same to be chatty and filled with stocking fresh waters in the county; .nman, Horace John- -Sheppard- __ Z 111.54 LSI Sea 1: Lot 111 Rayfleld rdbn--

events the Session. for local fishermen I believe Jonas, O. D. Elinor Juno .. See. 1. Lot 111.114-- Tim tSea
current during will ...n Lot 111 '
PUBLIC NOTICE Johnson, Arthur L It JuanlU R. .- --,..- -- 1. Cb..rle. Mitchell'i
Working on some twelve committees be a most beneficial undertakingfor Johnson, Clifford M. 154 6ea 1. LoU 147 to 141 Julius Maces Eat" bar
- -
109 to 111 I
j of the Senate, appearing Florida. 'ulla'' Beauty Nook LII SUNSET 1 Lot Rt.I} __ 1 41 I* Coy Fortn.r _

before other committees In behalf Most of the local bills for Lee, 11' THPI COV1'ITT' 1110GIII" C011RT, Judd, Jack T. - ..1 It.... Blk. B, Lot II -i iBlk. Arthur Kitchen

legislation I am sponsoring has, Collier and Hendry Counties have HIC1'IDRY' COUNTY, FLORIDA Jones L,5-- i 11.11 B, Lot 11 _____ John Wollam -
I Lan..forel Ocar Jr. i
IN RE- > 1411 Blk. B, Lot IIBlk. --_ Tim Curti. c
I. so far, made the pattern of a day been passed but a few do re- Ladd Harold L. Katherine A. < -_ '7.41 B, LoU 11-14 Lewis a Adam l
I pretty much. follows: Get to the main. It is hoped that these will be f 'l.tvTsm.JrHERRINO, DECEASEDNOTICE lakeside U Wash -.- .. 11" Blk.: B, Lot ITBlk. .. Edna c'iO: I'
IN PROBATID Lang Samuel L - B, LoU n... 7niiiiP
Kill -- i
Capitol Building\ somewhere from taken care of in a few days TO CREDITORS awe's Marina :

7:00-7:30: : A.M., go to my office to Speaking of Hendry County, it All crsdltor of the estate. of Jul- Low, Har O. - __ 11.15 1.11 Blk. B. Lot 10 _.___ Edna Mcxoy ltl.

pick up my files, books, copies of has been real good to have Representative Ins Notified J. Herring and deceased required, to Ar file Hereby any- IcKojr Morris,, Jam Edna*. -H. -- ._- --- -- .. i M-47 Blk. B, Lot II to W willllie Mae Wbii;

bills introduced in both the House Charlie Miner back: claim or demand ": ltC.b they may Markctt. Ed -, Z 1471 170 BIb C. Lot 7 to t Wll a ..Mwt0 11Bllt.
aald .t the of- ., -
1 and Senate with summaries, and with us. At the beginning of the hate aralnst Judr of Hendry Mlllr, Ernest O. . .. IJI4II" had IJ
fie. of the county Monty'. Jolly Roger Fish Camp --- : C. Lot IT .- -. JuanlU Jan,.. '
I go to my first committee meeting. Session, "Charlie" was ill and doable County, Florida, In the courthouse Nail, W. a. . .... III Blk. C, Lot 11-14 __ Clara Wllcox H
the Is at LaBelle, Florida, within six calendar Noble. R. D. Blk. C. Lot IS to ITBlk. Joe T. ,
From then Foy
on day completely to be here but with sheer month from the date of the 10,It Est 141
O.o.r' Steak House C, Lot ItBlk. Church of the Uviw
consumed by committee will power and determination he first publication of this notice. E/aoh )T.rholt. Thomas P. .. ISIS God Moses a. J.
b In into
1 meetings and sessions, and generally recovered sufficiently to be here claim and must or demand state the must place* or writing residence Platt Joe - S47I Ilia Jackson Tr
I don't get back in office and his in his and address of Patrick Motel, Ro. ll 44101 C. Lot 41 John Woliam -
my represent County post-office RIBSugar Co.- +' Bib: C, LoU 4T to SOBlk. John Wollam: :::.
until sometime after 5:00: o'clock own most admirable fashion. the the claimant claimant and, must his agent b* sworn, or hi toby Rudd, H. T. Emily . -- __ 11"144 D, Lot 15.19-. John Woliam 11 uBtb. :-

j a couple of times it has been Undoubtedly this Legislature, as attorney, or It will become void according ludd, James T. - HIT
llnolalr. Ber. iation (Young) -- D, Lot 11-I2__ Eugene. _
to law, The law requires : Clan
after 8:00: o'clock. Often it has been all legislatures in the past, will be claim. to b* filed In duplicate.May Schmidt Horse Ranch ,, i Whit -_____
I after 11:00: before leaving the Capitol forced to adjourn and return home S. IM!. Sinclair Service Station (Keene) __ -. .. __ '.0. Ber. H41I ft 8.A lit ft a t'E
/MELVIN HERRING Button, H C. Br. ft Betty .. of NW com 195.II
k Building due to the late comm with many deserving and worthwhile -I' Melvin Herring Administratorof Texaco Station (Topham) . (147 ft-S 19S.1I ft-W

,I':" I t tee meetings, accumulated pieces of legislation left the state of Julius J. Thompson Douglas Linda --.-- -_- 7171 III: 195.15 ft N to
work, etc. hanging a most undesirable and Herring DeceaMd. W. ft Alm.da . FOB exo Rd ? I 41 IIIT I Caloosa Rock Corp .:|
: I /at Carlo R. Dickey The nCltVB:: a of Clwl.ton ft H.ndry Co. Inc. uU: FAVORS SD ________ 41 It
Ii', The above is by way: of an ex- unworthy; product of our present Carlo. R. Dickey Town Paint ft Hardware .___ Lot 10 Viola R. Craton __ \1.1,

planation and apology if I have system of legislative sessions only I Attorney for Administrator Vllll W. H. (Chick) - -. 42415 17.IS BOOTH 8D IT 41 It
Clewiston, Florida W.f.cheld, Stan . Lots 15-11 __ Gerald Stewart __ III
been tardy in answering letters sixty: days: every two :years. I can CN ISI Whit'* Co rtTl.w - 1117 Beg 714.4 ft 8 of NE Cor

and returning telephone calls I lay, however, that any left bills May 5. 11. 11. '0. lilt Will Wallace Motel . n 1711 1417 of NWt4 W 105.5ItS -

they have to be worked in and often at that time will not be Whldden. Jackie Howard - ft
I 10 hanging CN No. 157 !N 1014 ftt tOM 111 It % Mary F. Guy Bit_ mj
connections fail, making It necessary 1 because of any lack of effort on the IN' TBS) COUNTY rVttOKt COURT May 5. I'. 11. 10, llll 8Vt of 8H of SW14 o1NW

to replace calls several I part of this Session. IN I1T RIO AND: FOB HBNDRY COUNTY ) 171 It 10 Patricia.,"u w Co.lono McKessogEM ': a.

times. It has been and is a pleasure ESTATE OPOATNAM NOTICE of NEIL!: Of NEI4 -

All the reports about this beinga I and high privilege to be here as the CEASEDTO B. RACK8TRAW, DE-- a* will Notice be necessary I I. hereby to siren pay that the amount tho following due for land Uzi or herein*o much set oppolt thereof of NE.%) ____ li1 tt I Cochran J A. Jr.-. A_Linda u,.

hard working legislature are, unfortunately :Senator of the Twenty-fourth ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS to the same together with the cot of such sale and advertising will b* EVELYN TERRACE SD 145 It
HAVING CLAIMS OR old at pubflo auction on the lit day of June, 1141 beginning twelveo'clock Ella Mol
all too true and the I my: main concern is whether I shall AOAINST SAID ESTATE DEMAND8 : noon at the City Hall of the City of Clewlaton, Florida. The land Lots 15.10 b

tension and pressure is fast boiling I lave discharged this privilege and You and each of you are hereby are below described according to plat records I In plat book 1 pa*;.* 71 Nib 8EK of NEK exc Rwy of NEK_ of IT 45 11 I F. L. Dunaway, Kit tt
the "beI notified and r.qulred to 71 Inclu.lr: of the current Publlo Record of Hndry County, Florida.
up as we approach I duty In the honorable and fair which any EM of NWK of NEK
Richard MatUon Tax Collector
claims and d.manda I Alford D. A
you, orIth.r of BEK ._. 176 tt Donate
1 ginning of the end. The matter of I manner to which the people of the of you, may have against the .. Dunaway ______ i.
state spending and of revenues to rwenty-fourth District and of the .tat* of Oaynam B. Rackitraw, deeaaed Owner Let Block A e tC BEK of NWK\ 14 45 it 40 Neeley Davis it

finance those spending bills is the State of Florida are entitled. I do ; late of said County, to the T. ft Ada William of 8 End NEW\ of 8WK\ ______ 14 4S ItIt 40 O. E. Wsg-onichtln. |Ill!
County Judge of Hendry County :::21U' 11.71II10 Hwy 45 It IISH A. A Gladys M.
t ERr hymn
"A-No 1" topic, being a promise I appreciate the wires, telephone Florida' at his office In the CourtHouse t C T ft Ada William 1 1 _, elk!
moo- of siio- of
l I and a threat all at the same time. 4 sails, cards and letters which are Florida,of within said tux County calendar at LaBelle month, Luther Low Except 8150' of 874' of All axe BEK of 8EK 10 44 II St4 Aragon Acres Inc. lIlt!

1 The "promise" Is that vision of 4 jf considerable assistance. from the time of the first publication 24145Improve, only 1 1010 All Hwy U 44 It 140 Aragon Acre., Incl !

{ favor and approval from all those ,'ft/ Elmer O. Friday, Jr. I of thl* notice. Two copies of E. Montgomery lot NIP 1 of. SIS' lot'-- 5 .... All 11 44 II 140 Aragon Acres Inc. Mi:
each claim demand
or hall be In 140 Doug-lae Thompson
... 4 41 It
EA E. All
usual sources, functions and agencies Senator writing, and shall state the place H. HMontgomery. 835' of 816' lot t sot. 11.11Nathan .... -- Jr. __ IlK

of government who seek money 24th DistrictClewiston of residence and post office addressf R. W. Crouch 11 II .05 16.01 E TIT.IS ft ,. 05 Mt 14 Douglai Thompson,
t' the claimant, and shall b* worn Betty Jayne Swafford Jr. __ __ s Hi
for and
financing operating (Including to by the claimant his agent or his Mary Lea Farlow IOT10T It.II Ntt of NVa of NH ___ 411 10 Douglas Thompioa
education), and the friendship attorney and accompanied by a filing David L. Betty Carlton 5 114.11 Jr. ..,??___.... It'
E10' Of 7
that would be lavished if one High School fo of one dollar and inch claimor Keller Construction Co. 1 141 '.12 .
I demand not *o filed shall b* YOltI.
Keller Construction Co. LINCOLN SQUARE C'PARK
,! supports these requests ; the Honor Roll OATNAM D. RACKSTRAW Keller'Conatruction: : Co.; EH of S. 141 141 1.11III: No. 1 8D.___ /6T M .

t "threat" being a little black cloud A. Executor of the La.t Keller:: Construction Co. 141 1.10 Blk. I, Lot ll-ll F. D. Cowsls L'I
+ Will and Te.tament ofOa'nam Keller :
r filled with cold rain and ban Inner Circle (at least 8 A's 1 Construction Co. vrvTofiifix1. 141 LINCOLN SQUARE
B. Rackitraw de Keller Construction Co. 11 141 '.01 PARK No. 1 8D_. ..._ 51 ttI
(HAIL) which undoubtedly will B allowed). ceased. Keller Construction Co. 11 W 11 141 111.11 Blk. 11, Lot 4...1___ Ida Adam __ L''

open up and pour down if one 7th grade: Mary. Alice Gober. CN 151 15 I, Hit Keller Construction Co .. 141 101.11 OARFIELD PARK 8D_ 41 M
Apr. II. May I.
Keller .
Construction Co. El/1 IT 141 1.11 Blk. II, Lot II_-? .. ': 4 Io.nBk.r li
facet up to the responsibilities of 9th Grade: Bill Lawrence.10th Sara v Fountain ". 170 .'.14 : : Lot 1 M'1 _
voting whatever taxes will be necessary Grade: Pete Mclntyre. IN THE COUNTY JUDO IPS COURT Ralph E. A Sloth E. Tlllmaa i! III llll SUGART0 8DBlk. 141- 14 UBib.
lit AND' FOR HEDRY' COUNTY' Ralph E. *V Ruth B. Tlllman\ tl 14 III .Rio r 4 _--== Jessie Lee Crawford
to provide enough dollars Outer Circle (at least 5 B's, 1 C IN REtESTATE: Paul>_w. Mary O. RoberUoa Ill 17.11Ml. 4. I HelesnPearlce: re g S';
for the appropriation "promises.'" allowed). OPOAYNAM W, Bailey 10 to II, lio''f 11 U. 110.II ::. 4. Lots ;-a-= _
B. RACKSTRAW DB- A. L. Juanita Johnson 55 .11 40.11 Frao. N% S of Rd exo
I have .always felt that one who 7th Grade: Randy Cockrlll. Eu- CEASED )rancoa.M, *Helen Goblet 11,' 14 419 1.11 Hwy 14 41 14 111 North ,Shore Farm '

had the courage to please all Ms gene Hint, Patrick: Kelly LaQuita NOTICE OP PROBATE France M. *. Helen Goblet II. $5f0 1.1'' Inc. "' stn
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN Wm. L4k. Mary B. Shirley 1 411 .n BEK of SE34.1
friends and' Mazzlna Miller Barbara BH ex* )
vote for
appropriations Ricky THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENTS Wm. L. 4k Mary H. Shirley 11 411 '.11 8EK oxo 41 A In
in their behalf should also McDavld. Wm. L. :*JI.Sblrl.: ., 411 154 8WK of 8WK__ It n.. tit North:: Shore J'al'1D"lIl
have statesmanship and intestinal 8th Grade: David Beardsley, You are hereby notified that a Ellen E. 14 411 101: Ino..
written Instrument purporting to b* Ellen E. Clendelen ISII. 411 16 GOLF VIEW 11 454
fortitude sufficient to vote taxes Susan Butchart Carolyn Cox the last will and testament of said James h. Patricia Own 'B ..77 Blk. ,B. t.8f.c Russell B. I Tempi 11.11BII

to provide the monies to meet those Dwight Hatfleld, David McCarthy; lec.d.at has been admitted to probate Robert O. A Dorle Jackson I B 1.71 Lou Judd I
} In this Court. You are hereby Q. L. Minnie Weatberry 14 D 1." <, B, Lot 4Blk. Jae. La Patricia \1J'
obligations.The Tommy Mann, Tony Miller, Denna commanded within nix calends CN No. I6t-May '. 14. 11. 10, ...tI"OT.OR Owens L
hearing of the Committeeon Wood, Diane Williams. month from the date of the tint B. Lot 1_ Robt. O. A Doris Its
of thin notice to Jackson ,.- J
Finance and Taxation (of whichI tth Grade: Rudy Barton Free- publication, Court and how .ppearan.'thlu U OP TAX SALE Plk. C Lot 1 and l_ Jack T. Judd --- \Up

am a member) :yesterday afternoon man Hodges, Michael Jordan oan, why the action of al* Blk. D, Lot 4 -, Hilton I A Ildean J. tJ

played to a packed house James Rudd, Kenneth Young. Court In admitting said will to probate NOTICE I Is hereby given that Ird day of June llll, twelve Williams
Up unreroked. oo.I: f" Blk. D Lot. 11-14_ I MlnnleC.
should not stand o'clock Noon .at the Courthouse In LaBelle. County HendryStato Quincy tbIrr IU
for consideration are such bills as 10th Grade: Cindy Allen JimmyBible ROWARD N. PARSONS of Florida Tax Sale Certificate will be cold on the following .
1 Senator Whltaker's ((01 Tampa) Betty Sue Guthrie, Sally: 011- County JudgeHendrjr described land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the Blk. B. Lot 14 Redding J. 4 Lstkklt9
County, Florida same, together with all cost of such sale and all advertlslnf.A. Blouat
( which would make, advertising to phant Bill Perry, Elizabeth Rogers 0. WARD County Tax Collector HARLEM ADD 101 U 4NBib.
I'' newspapers, TV and radio subject Susan Schick, Rick Sexton apr.'li II. May 1, '. lilt Blk. K, Lot IS _- -- F. M. Duncan u
Deerlp >B of LandDIFFENBAUOH3 1 ''I' R A Han .. Owner Tares K. Lot IO-1L_ Robt. Jenkins ..,
Janice Carlin Sandra
to the sales tax needless to say Wood Blk. L. Lots |-| ??"
I the press and broadcasting industries Brasher.llth lit TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ADD II 41 IIM Blk. L, Lot 17 %& "
1 Grade Phyllis Crouch TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O* Lot 1 ezo Rd. _____ John Doe 1.71 Est .-.---'--- '
were well represented. Surprisingly : FLORIDA IN AND' FOR HENDR1' Lot II __________ D. D. Kelly 1.71 Blk. P, Lot 11 to 14 Ernest A Mamie lie- lip
.' enough the Committeeseems 2urliUbel Kelly, Sandra Pace, COUNTY: NORTH LaBELLE SD_ 41 It Cray -- .. 16
to Beverly Preston. !. Chancery Elk S, Lot t _i Frank A Leona Blk. P, Lot 17 ____ Church _i
approach the matter of Case N.. S441 Blllup 74.10
raising sufficient revenue to finance 12th Grade: Isabel Barrios, Judy The CITY OP CLEWISTON: I Blk IT, LoU. It to It D. D. Jr. Mavis Blk. P. Lot 11-11 __ W. a A toulie lay -):
the State in Jembrr, Cheryl: Bennett. Betsy a municipality of the State I Kelly -- 11.11 lor -f
a relatively unbiased of Florida In the County of t Beg 14* ft B of NW Car Blk. Q, Lot 1.1 Ernest McCray .. 1'
fashion, and asked some Joy, MlkeDurrence Richard Herr- H.ndry. I of NETS of BEK of Blk. Q Lot 7 Thurston Hilton '

t, i rather penetrating and pointed log, Alan Jones Joyce Jones, Mol- Petitioner, iTS NWKB 160'-Will Bib Q Lot I Thureton A KatherIn t0
I -8 ISO -B 100 ft- Hilton --
questions of these representatives. 1f: Mulllns, Janet Slewert Judj The STATE OP FLORIDA, and I -Na00 fe-W sun,, .. :Blk. Q Lot 11 _. Claudia Mao Foster Fry

One of these, which aroused Vann. the taxpayer, property I POH :.:':::':':':_'=::"_., S51 It' D. D. Kelly 10.12 Blk. Q, Lot It-B. Ift Ill
ll} conIi the Lot 10 :
owner and cltlsene of t VIL4, Will Wallace
<'. siderable laughter, was bow many CITY OP CLEWISTON, I KSD JIIIRJU.CIIIII 19 It Blk. Q. Lot II Robt. Peterman yep

of the newspapers represented at Including non-r.sldente I Lot. .n.1I8 __ LlUlan Owln .01 IU:. Q, Lot IT M. Bailey -:::
I FFA Team Place owning property or subject Ito H ADD TO La- 8, Lot 1 b't Johnson g
the hearing had endorsed an taxation therein, I BeEEL II 41 I'rl HBlk. X, Lot 11-14 John Doe __ -
across-the-board sales tax? Un- 2nd In District I Respondent I W 100 tt Lots : ADD NO. 1 105 II LII
RULE NISI' to t Roland m. Miles $42 Blk.: I, Lot 1Blk. Henry P. Davis -- LII
Ii doubtedly, any legislator who supports The parliamentary procedure TO THE STATE OP FLORIDA, KIRKWOOD PARK SD II 41 It I Lot t === Lee Hlldrd Roil 1?
: such a tax will meet with through the Stats Attorney for the Silk 1, Lot ._ Edgar Jack Daub UI HOOKER SD II (1 II
considerable disfavor here. team of the Clewiston Chapter oi twelfth Judicial Circuit of Bald WASHINGTON OAR- Lot It H 'f'toTIi'
Future Farmers placed second ta State, the Several property owner DENS SD 1 II Soft of Lot 10 Clarence L. V rl" t.
; Another hotly debated bill was Taxpayer. Citli.n and others having Bib 1 Lots 1t 54r, :Resale Stewart 1.71 Horton --
one which would allow harness the district competition at Belle or cIa ulnc any Right Till or Bib 44' Lot. Ito 7_ Mary Wright 1.11 Lout COURT __ II 054 l'
racing Glade Friday Scoring won tint interest In property to bo affected! Bib n. Lot 10_ Julia Williams == 1.5: II-I9-8UIO Jefferson J. Mitchell .}..,
')."! ;;: .' in Broward County; where place.> gr.wTt* Issuance by the City of WlDfDACRE8 EST. NG. 'r.1f of BEU of 8EU.' 511 14 10 John McKsnna -
;.", these two measures were finished Florida I of certain certificates t 4. II B of Wit of BE\
:!,J the Lewiston also won second in the hereinafter described, or to 0, Lot. 11-17_ Dorothy W, JloDlk of NWIi In N 8R III
J Chamber was substantially sweetheart contest Jane Johnson b* affected In any way thereby, N.u.bt ., .. 1.11Be8L"t.yN Wq of Est of SEI 1i "II
y cleared!IJ ORBBlTINOl \ ::1 8't Car of NWIi I lys N SR'U II 41 II I Robt. Hecksher 16E44
being nosed out by the Pahokee You and MOil of you are hereby. : of NIr14\ 0' NWi4_ I 45 II 10 Maude Smith' 111S1YI
The Bill sponsored by the undersigned entry. required to appear on the 10th day 000 ft-N 195 ft-S 101ft ( of BEY94 of SWI4 II.. II It Harry H. Dlumbefl
t \J which sets of May, llll at 4:00: o'clock la the to FOB 11 12 II 1.11 O.o, .L. .. Rou B. CITY CLEWISTON i*JI
S up the Fish Competing for Clewiston were afternoon of said day before the Baker 10.11Harding Bib, 5.vlI 15ft Lot I _. E. B. Montromery -
.; I Management Program in our fresh I I'I Bill Slices, Nicky Flsk. David Hester Honorable Archie M. OOom. one of Bets SD 01 Lot t, N |0ft of 8 IBfy I i
waters has been passed in the Judge of the above styled tIrcult 111 II .. Sophia I. Joel 't- 1.11 Lot / E. E. MontgomelBIb.4H
[ the Alan and Harold Jones and Cecil Court or ouch other judge as CITY or LABELLJI! ,' | 14ft of Lot '
I ; Senate and the House, subject to Akin. may be then presiding la the Circuit Bib /-Beg.J'lOf: N ofSE \ U-Lot, oxo Blft- Chaa. t-::rh. tiro' WyH191t15Lol
I j > one minor amendment and win Courtroom at the Hndry ftN : t
Courthouse In LaBelle, Florida. ft-N' 100 ft-S it 'L \ r IJ4: F. a Nadlnl 11''
I\ 'I j; i| probably go to the Governor theDon't County and ahow sauce If any there :: to POP ex By ..- II I' D:Deu.I"KeQl"; Ird Isrr., .. ", 'B. Wblt.----::.

; OBITUARYHORTEUE be?why the of the petition Jr. IU \BIlE: lot/Lot 0._' 1 "'h-. ReecI&J Lumber It'
;" I heretofore fled U theabovo entitled Elk (-Beg III tt N ofSE Co. ,LI

,. BALE proceeding should not b* CoW 15 fto-N 191k. 101 toIl :___ B ,W,. Crouch -
\ granted, and why the certificates 160'-S IF Bib: 10'f. 10ft '
; :: : Graveside funeral services were therein described, and the proceed- :: FOB axe Rwy_. II iLather.. Graham ....UOOODNO J'
authorlalnaUiuanco ther- Lot T avidA Betty 111,1
i : h i e 1 d Wednesday: afternoon at of. should not bo validated and eon- 8D BLX. 5-- 4 II I' a Carlton --- -c.:

Udgelawn Cemetery; for Hortense mgeld' certificates I consistingof Lot. 11-11 .. S 1 tt D. Blfc 111. Lot 1 ..__ Kalut CGn.", IL'
D. Kelly. Jr ,_,
la ClgarttU, o.r- 'Lot 30 .118,14 I
i I $ Ban, 01, who passed away Monday tlfleaU lioi.000 daUd June 1, llll Taj, "'. STEWARTI 8D n .. .. Blk. '.... KU: Lot 1 ,_ Railer Con5V. CaInc. ...
in a West Palm Beach hospital inv aerially on Juno 1 of each of v.nlo Boon 11.01 ..---- C :
( The deceased had been a resident! the, .are llU-llli. both inclusive rates. B/Xll if Wei II It Jr.A Douglas' Kelly 1419 Blk. ..... W% Lot .I. Keller COD.tr. .11
bearing Interest at a rat or Ino.-
of Clewiston prior to IS :years of not *xe.edlnatho legal rate. payable BLOCK 01 ..- 41 IBeg 'J 1 Blk. 141, Lot I __ X.II... COD.'" 61
1 i residency West Palm Beach. eeml-annually, a nor parti Cop-E r- -_-
: ; : I\\ I:
o Blk.
->V ft-W 141 Lot llWH'Blk. s
Il' Survivors Include a son, Doyle saidre*rtltiatee being ccoonained' I. elontePOB D Douglas Kelly 10,11 11 Keller Con.tr. Co. L,1I

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In 1947, having served in World THE CLEWISTON IJ7a.( ) NEWS, Thur.., May e, 11183 Pal'I 11 I ar;
D War II as director of informationfor I'I I I'I I I iMfM''
AD.. 1 =,[ the War Production Board In 'than a three-volume history of the Since then the Civil War has be-

Washington, he decided to forsakehis Union Army of the Potomac. come "Mr. Catton's War," and
journalistic career and try his Volume I of the called
YUkon 3-1201 Your TUPPERWARE Dealer Is at 'I there have been more than a half]
PHONE hand at larger literary tasks. The Mr. Lincoln's Army, appeared in
QED RATES: Four cents I your service for all :your TUP- first result was The War Lords of 1951. Volume II, Glory Road, appeared dozen other books-Including U.S.

srord per Insertion. 70 cents PERWARE needs Home parties, Washington, a book dealing with in 1932. In 1933 came Volume Grant and the American Tradition
; o Insertions orders and club parties. Contact the war production effort 1941-43. III
um charge Stillness at Appomattox ((1934)), This Hallowed Ground
for the pr of three.1s. 3achel Padgett, YU 3-1941, Clew The next was an ambitious projectfor which won both a National ((1936)) and The Coming Fury

talon Mayl6c a Civil War novice: nothing less Book Award and a Pulitzer Prize. ((1961)).

a t LET US-Spray your home for any

kind of pests. All work guaran Special guests were Mr. John

jijl!! teed. Star Pest Control. R. D. Harlem NewsEvents Thurman, president of the Civic

...:... ..:, ;J: Nobles, local service representative Organization of Fort Myers; Rev.
RENT Smallfurnished P. O. Box 805, Clewlston.MaySOp. L. Holmes, pastor New Bethel AME:
ailment. 615 E. Trinidad. Church and Mr Dennis ReddIck,
lie 2-6653. May22cRENTPrivate ; and News Of Our Colored Community local mortician. ,

ATTENTIONProspective Benediction, Rev. L. Holmes. "
space one tfy MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor
Plenty of room. All ut- .. .. home buyers (or Dlsmlsal, Band.
aller. .I. commercial) I am seeking em. The luncheon for seniors, teachers
:, fumsihed. No children. Vertoaable. .;ii/i!/ Phone YU 3-1238
YU 2-4642 May30c; ployment, can save you many $$$ and guests was held at 12:00: ,
can handle planning lan procedures sponsored by the Home Economics

RENT-Furnlshed; cabins and and complete construction Department, under the supervisionof
ailers. Johnson Fishing Camp Write George Kendall Box 785, Mrs N. Lee. The menu included -

21181. Uc Clewlston. Fla. tie salad, english peas, rolls, chicken -

House for rent SINGER SEWING MACHINE and punch.

fc vaUable RENT May- 10. Mrs. Ruth J. ...... .. .. ... representative will be at Old- The Senior's Conference held
later in the afternoon, with Dr.
Clewlston Inn. Phone YU dens Furniture Store each Friday.
ghn, MayDc 7-RE For parts, sales, service stop in Gilmore as consultant The conference -

1. AMY HUSBAND IS THE BEST RENo ESTATE or call YU 2-6721. tic c. was very informative
fe RENT Trailers and Trail-
ipaces. CHURCH
|c. Phone YU 2-2603. tic NOT ON JUST MY SAVSO.'T'S' HIS. Best Work We -Save You Money Bethel AME

Pasterlng, Simulated Stone Rev L. I100m.., Pastor

I Stucco Free Estimate completed for
Plans being
Denmead are
Frank FOR RENT-New, modern completely REAL ESTATE Licensed and Insured the observance of Women's Day
furnished 2 bedroom 303 E. TRINIDAD Large comparatively '
25 Years In Business
Real Estate I 12 and along wJthMother'
:corned Florida house trailer 10'xSS'. Sunday, May
Rent may be new CBS. Will sell ass 3850 Lora Street
of the
Broker Day, the women
applied towards purchase. Can or Improve. Exclusive. i
Fort Fla. tic
Grounds Myers,
from Fair of the activities
Across church will be charge
Juanita Johnson, YU 3-1361 YU 342 W. O'BISPO. Unfinished steel
Ofo. Phone YU 2-3421 ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 the day. Officers .
2-3421. tic masonry house. Will sell as is t
House. Trailer. SO. New. or complete to buyers specifications. R for the day are as follows:
FOR RENT Large modern bedroom Mrs. Luclle Wilson
for Kent Exclusive. Chairman,
kitchen, utilities, telephoneand NORTHSIDE bedroom frame, miscellaneous Wanted co-chairman, Mrs. Clara Bell Morris
flab Camp oa Highway. Fully TV privileges Phone 2-6191, 110.000. ; ; chairman of decoration, Mrs.

Equipped. Build lags. evenings. tic NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame, Alma George, co-chairman, Mrs.

boats, Inventory complete FOR RENT-Unfurnished 1-bed- $9.000. OPENINGS-For 2 route men or, ,. Emma L. Corbett; publicity chair-
ready to go. Priced at one room duplex apartment for ACREAGE. available. I women. May earn up to $30 per .fi s4't I I man, Mrs. J. S. Gajadha; superintendent

fear's gross. Terms.As couple only. Phone 21891. tic S ACRES. NEW 2-BEDRooM 2 day or more. Experience unnecessary of Sunday Scchool, Miss

10x50' trail bath frame home. Hardwood I will train. Write McNess Evelyn Johnson; chairman. Young

excellent boy and 2 ear People Read floors. Co., Box 2768, Memphis, 2, Tenn. Ladies' Program, Miss Gwen
er. Florida room 325 FHA HOMES In Broward, Palm May lop dolyn Patrick: co-chairman, Miss
four laadseapedlots ADS
tune en Beach and Dade counties, various I ante, Mrs. Daisy B. Hill; cochairman -
13 citrus tree, completely -
You Are II sizes and prices. Small cash Mrs. Pearl Brewington, ;
fenced. $.
Civil War Went
payment I morning speaker, Mrs. Bernlta Bobo .

S bedroom 1 bath home, well FOR RENT 2 and 3 room furnished FOR RENT Efficiencies and "Out of Control" ; evening speaker, Mrs. M. I.

located en 3 large Iota, completely apartment Phone 21271.tfc houses as available. Black.
financed. $675 cash re.aired. Over 1,000 vacant lots to select Relates Catton Group captains: Mrs. Blondelle

: FOR RENT-Bedroom with from for all purposes. Various Mabry, Mrs. T. J. Sanders, Mrs.
prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. Terrible Swift Sword, second volume Ather Mathis. Mrs. Clara Bell Morris
Three and ...-half sections bath. Phone 2-6881. W. E. AND INCOME of Bruce Cation's great "Cen Mrs. Luclle Wilson Mrs. Ma

.f Hendry County land Smiles Bailey tic PROPERTY: tennial History of the Civil War,'' mie Willis, Mrs. Mary Mcdendon.

from Oewiston. $100 FOR RENT-FurnIshed apartment S360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent is the Book-of-the-Month Club Section Mrs. Julia Campbell, Mrs. Joyce

per acre. May be sold an or available May first Call YU CBS construction, $23,000. for June. In November, 1961, Ann Tally and Mrs. Lena Williams.

part. 2-2901. May23c; LONG TERM, low Interest, farm, the Club sent to Its members the Friends are cordially invited to
cane, grove and ranch mortgages brilliant first volume, The Coming MR. AND MRS. S. A. EIGHT, III come out and enjoy the day with
41 Acres en Hendry-CeDler RENT A PIANO-W.OO per month. minimum $50,000. Fury, which carried the story from us. Our goal is 1000.
etantJ line. Easily acces Free lessons and music. Hold- LISTINGS NEEDED ;the beginnings of the conflict -

sible. Make wonderful hunt- ridge Music Center. May23c J. M. LANKFOROHer. through the first Battle of Bull Run. They Said Their VowsMiss I Notice
Special To
lug camp alto. Near proPosed Real Estate Broker With Terrible Swift Sword the
turnpike between Ft Carline Lacy became a The groom attended Apex College Harlem
530 East Sugarland HighwayFire pace of the narrative) quickens, as ParentsAny
Lauderdale and Naples. REE mtmDEMAND : Auto and General the "small war" intended only to bride April 14, in one of Miami's I in New York City and expectsto child who expected to enter

tlOO per acre.lteghlered Insurance preserve the Union-or to assert loveliest weddings. The daughterof complete his course of study school for the f1rat,tIma..tor .
Clewlston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 States' Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lacy.was this summer, 1963.Thecouple
Real Estate Rights-passed.out of control 1963-64 school term are askedto
beautiful In a baby blue laced both being employed at present will
and became that "remorseless be
Salesman brought to the Gym; at 9:00:
JTJANITA JOHNSON GREATER THAN revolutionary struggle" that Lincoln floor length gown with matching begin their honeyemoon next] A.M. May 9, 1963, Thursday

Bes. Phone YU S-1361 EVER for houses, acreage, bus had feared. The period covered veil.The month. morning.
aDdCAIIOLL nesses. We have customers wait miscellaneous: for I Sale is 1861-1862, from Just after groom, Simon Anthony Narcls Eight Registration begins at 9:00: A.M.
of the late Mrs
L. BENSON ing. List your property with us. First Bull Run to Antletam and Its III, son Personals and will end at 3 P.M.
Ph. YU 2-9122 I J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU 2-750L I aftermath.In ,, made Hill, wore suit a dark blue ....The many friends of Mrs. Car- The child should be brought by

tfcBUSINESS FOR SALE-Clean 4-wheel drive terms of land battles and sea The nuptial was held at Tern-1 ene Mack are delighted to know his parent or an adult. Please

.....................................I......., Jeep wagon. YU 25331. Mayl6p 'battles, portrayed with Bruce Cat- pie Baptist Church, Miami, Fla., that she is much improved andis bring a birth certificate with :you.
ton's matchless skill as a narrative and conducted by Rev. L. A. convalescing at her home. Mrs. During the registration forms '
FOR SALE-1704 ft Correct Craft, historian, the scene shifts from Mack is a faithful embmer of will be passed out for the medical,

i 109 H. P. 6 Gray Marine and Missouri to Tennessee to Northern Thompson. the double New Bethel AME Church and OES and eye check up. Thank you for

DIRECTORY i trailer. Phone 22871. 537 E. Ven- Virginia, to the coastal waters Bridal attendants Miss to Florida J. Chapter 29B, Clewlston. your cooperation.A. .
ritual were
tura. Ave. May We where the Monitor met the Merrl- ring Bryant, matron of honor, who was Church members and friends of A. Thomas, principal

mac, and to the Mississippi River Mrs. Carren Mrs. Julia Campbell are sorryto
dressed in light pink.
FOR SALE-1960 16-ft Owens fiberglass CARD OF
as Farragut's fleet moved upon Doris Hall were hear that she is seriously ill THANKSI
and Annie
SEE US FOR WALDRON'S boat with 80 hp Mercury New Orleans Right were dressedin and confined to Hendry General wish to express my sincere

BOTTLED GAS electric motor with alternator and I What gives the book its particular bridesmaids.blue. Mr. Simon They Eight II, thetroom' Hospital Prayers and "Get Wall thanks and deep appreciation tom

MEATS AND GROCERIES trailer. Brand new windshield and depth, however, is not its ac oldest brother was best Wishes" are extended for an early ) many friends for their kindness -
AppliancesSaleaService top. Motor has less than 100 hours 'count of military and naval events, recovery.We during my most recent ill
Open 7 AJt 8 PJl ; running time. Can be seen at 721 however vividly related, but Mr. man. are delighted to see Mrs. ness. I am grateful for the cards
I Cortex. Phone YU 2-7151 or YU Catton's underlining the tragedy A delightfully gay reception was Emma Gene Griswell up and on and flowers and all acts of kind:

SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 3-2571. tic the gradual discovery by both extended to more than 200 Recrea-guests the go again after her recent ill ness. I am grateful to the staff of
the Harlem
21st at
POWER FOR SALE-14' Coronado runabout North and South that what had April Florida. ness. Christian Hospital Miami May
For Your Spur of Moment Picnics 5, 6., beam. Deck hard started as a limited struggle was tion Center being an employee God's richest blessings be showered -
Miss Lacy
ware, running lights, anchor, cushions fated to become an unlimited one. Harlem Academy High School, Is upon each and all of you I
Four Miles East of Clewlston steering wheel and controls. As Clifton Fadlman points out in I honored by an enchanting SeniorsDay Respectfully,

Needs some refinish work. Master- the Club's report; to its members, was of high school girls servingas Celebrated At Mrs. Carene Mack. !

CALL COLLECT Bar Beach craft trailer with tledowns, winch the Civil War moves in this volumeof I group hostesses at the reception. They Harlem I II

South Bay WY 8-5321 and lights. First caller gets It for the "Centennial History" toward were Janet Brumfleld. Josie Boze, Academy LAWN 8EKYICE I

=.00. YU 2-3221 Itc "the towering symbolic deed" of Mattena Johnson, BettIe Dixon, Seniors' Day at Harlem Academy Efficient and Friendly I
the Emancipation Proclamation.The Shrease Weekley, with Miss We want Your Business I
Katie Mitchell, was May t, 1963.
Attention CattlemenNew FOR SALE Parrakeets, $2.00 Proclamation is its great central We aim to satisfy
Bernice Pope Ruby K. Adams, F Bryant and Md. S. Humphryas
WANTED up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds action: not Antletam not thlbride' Allen's Lawn f
Melretta Moore. Miss Bryant It was a day of illumination Service
to the time to eeseoidateCustomer8 monkeys, cages, supplies. Pittsburg Landing, not the vacillations matron of honor served as sponsors.and educational elevation. YUkraS-614S :;I I
debts with a fang term fara Pet boarding Thompson Wild of McClellan, not the shift
rear at the reception. Elbert
Phone YUkon 2- supervising host Chapel, luncheon and conferencewere Allen Jr., Pre literHilton'
lea, tow Interest rites wMk Animal Farm. tic from one mediocre general to an- To add lustre to the evening, the activities during the day.
NO 1236. other mediocre general, not the the directressof
Miss V. Randolph Chapel at 10:40: :
EXPERIENCE Federal Land Bank FOR SALE One Lawson sofa. brilliant move that won for the Union Harlem Academy Ensemble and Presiding, :Mr. A. A. Thomas, '
Good condition. Can YU 350 miles of Confederate coastline Miss A. E. O. Thomas, the pianist, principaL Grocery
NECESSARY See er WriteW. 21041.Itc not even the more brilliant arranged soothing entertainmentfor Announcements.

L HAY lightning strokes of Stonewall Jack the bride and groom .serenad Selection "Let Not Your Song Groceries Vegetables Fresh Meats

Jordan & Pridgen WaleaU Bonding FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, son and Robert E. Lee. log them with their favorite love End" chorus. Cold Drinks I I
lies Ml Items
printed wtih form for social security The climax of the volume is the Miss Harris, an employeeof Lewis.
Florida Scripture, Bettye We Appreciate Your
> SERVICE Bradenton. and other deductions. Antietam. Characteristically Patronage
STATION I IllENDu withholding bloody battle of Harlem Academy High School. Invocation Robert Johnson Mr. and
Box of 500. ClewlstonNews Mr. Catton''retrieves friend of Mrs. ThorstM HOte
I : a co-worker and close Selection ''SoD, from Normandy ProprietorsElite
COUNTYA1 Office. \one tiny bearbreaklnfl bit of Antle the bride and groom sang "Sweet ," Band m I
'Ue& tam dialogue that puts all war In final followed by a
Mystery of Life. Galnous i
tract Co. EVINRUDESales FOR SALE-One Wardrobe. on. Occasion.! Barbara prosIdent
I After the terrible by
perspective. trio. "I Love You Truly. sung
Inssnras 17" portable TV. one 21" TV on of Senior uass.
sae battle slaughter, a Union officer, Mist Harris, Clyde Blackmon and Mr. A. '
of Speaker
8teMcnPIierIrWP 20" window fan.
stand, one down at a prostrate Mlsslfslpian Blackmon
; and Service Dyers Motel. YU 2-2891. tic looking welland Miss Randolph. Clyde A. Thomas, principal Cafe andGrocery 1
It. .ravtieng e. said, "You fought sang as the final selection. "Because. Address. Dr. H. F. Gilmore, ,
Its r. 0. lies N' and Used Motors FOR SALE-3 year old Eska lawnmower stood well." And the woundedman .. Prior to these songs :Mr. Administrative Dean. Edison Jr.

Ottasge WZil New Marine. Hardware Call YU 2-6843. tic answered: "Yes. and her we Willie Young, director of Young's College. Fort Myers. Florida.Dr. }
lie." Funeral Home gave a blessing on I
Gilmore spoke from
ate.Efficient: Farts and AccessoriesMarine ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS and now In his of happiness !
Born! In Michigan the newlyweds.; Words "
Doors. He gave I Home
"Opening Cooked Meals
r subject
TIlE IILUn HEIALD Safety Equipment Guaranteed. $19.95 down 14.04 early; 60s. Bruce Catton is the best was given by the bride. advantageous reflections on the .,
tot AUaaUc and rheas YUkea S-I2U per month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. known and probably the most' The bride attended Livingstone TravelMedlcl.De .
Royal Palm .. YU 27151. Uc historian of the civil working on a following areas: Space I
widely admired College, and is now Machinery
Modern -
1 Bobby Gidden R. E. WALDRON FOR SALE-A bargain, one 6 hp War. Yet he Is a newspaperman M.A. degree at Columbia Univer ,Architecture, and Educa- GKOCEKIES I i

tv Mercury kicker. Never teen and editor by profession and sity. I tr trftFJBD.IfEATS I
used. See C. O. Benbow. Ph. YU had passed the age of 50 before his tion.The seniors were given a challenge ..
5-2891. M ;yac first Civil War book appeared. /I.
Tampa Tribune JULIA'SBEAUTY to put forth the effort to SCHOOL SUPPLIES
". -- His Interest began in the 1930s,
open some of these doors, for they ESSENTIAL ITEMS
end when he happened to pick up a few NOOK
Five Acre Tractin cannot be opened by wishing.
Ft. Myew halfforgotten Civil War reCimentalhlltor1e.1n For That New Look concluded his address, with the Clewiston News

the Smokles a secondhand bookstore.: Tinting Styling Catting following remarks: "Remember, ,:

I New Prett near Cherokee Ne Appetatmento. the good Lord has seen fit to equip I

Home Delivery 2 Miles fr m Tewna Glades Roofing Co. .Friday Julia and Sales SaturdayMrs. Proprietor you with two ends, one to think Cold Drinks '

W. O. CAMPBELL Jeep Read AQ Types ef Beef and with and one to sit on, your success
PhoneHATHCOCIC'S 2-2791 cash and Sheet Metal Her depends upon which one you Step By and lie Refreshed t

$31 New Ceutraettem er Willie' use the most"
Repair Jobs Brumfleld I
$31 monthlyFOR Response, :jJanqt
Shoe Shine StandGive president of the Student Council. ,
Phone 27111Day
three rears your shoes mat shin Duet, "Body and Soul" Willie B. For InformationCall

/ .'TAXI AND AUTO SZZTWs Write Box 760 or Evenings smile, Jones and Willie Blackmon. YUkon 27651IJASSIF '
STATION rHOd I-UU P. O. Sex 1241CLEWtSTON Alabama Street. HarlemMr. Special recognition and remarks

Clewistoa NCW ftsnncs6..1 Belle Glade, Fla. FLA. Willie L Yeoar. fwrletof Mr. A. A. Thomas.

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New 9. 1963. HI Is the
10 THE CLEWISTON (Fla) NEWS Thuri., May 9.j963 the state Recreation Committeeand I CAP Squadron CAP member third ,
the to contract with ll'adua"
power The dewiston Squadron 1* this course. Three
federal, state and local Interests olber
\t R r A pleased to announce the graduation are currently:
State Recreation Commission to translate plans Into actions.A rVrI7M of 2nd Lt. Wayne Smith from course enrolled Ia

land management division the Air University, Extension --
will also be created by the act, -...
Institute, USAF Gunther
\ Court
; Proposed By Legislators ] and it will function under authorityof AFB. Alabama. Lt. Smith execu-
the Trustees of the Internal Improvement P/oPUerP?
tive officer of the local CAP
A vast network of parks and recreation : Robert Williams of Graceville; also Fund. This division will hWEL Put h
areas, wildlife reserves, to the Senate' Committee on Finance be responsible for acquiring land squadron received his diploma for
new public beaches, boating channels and Taxation, headed by and water areas, and for develop the successful completion of the SKaSb
and historical sites, may be Sen. B. C. Pearce of Palatka lug and maintaining them. In some .r- Officers Training Course on April
created for the state of Florida ash In its House version, the bill designated cases the trustee. may sub-lease "ttvags
h a result of a bill Introduced to the HB-853, was referred to lands to other state agencies and
legislature Friday the Committee on Public Lands, charge them rentals. JOHNSON'SFISH L & F
( The new legislation! known as headed by Rep. James L. Walkerof ftiiccn(
The new legislation cites '
I t the Outdoor Recreation and Conservation Naples and the Committee on CAMP & Pump
multiple-use of Florida's natural Co
w Act of 1963.: wa. intro- Appropriations, headed by Rep. S. "
key to all
resources a. a
duced In identical versions by Sen- C. Smith of Arcadia. Moore Ran.,Tin
future planning. The Recreation Motor bait
G W. (Dick) Williams of Wau- The organizations are Repairs suppliesAIR Phone WHitehaq1111
Planning Committee and
chula and Rep Lawton Chiles of r BOAT TRIPS Pay or Night
An outdoor recreational planning -
the Trustees' Land Management r
Lakeland.If committee, headed by the Division will work closely
the legislature approves, Governor, which will develop statewide with all state and local agenciesto
i the new act will create two plans for outdoor recreationand plan joint us* of lands, wa- FLORIDA'S CITRUS INDUSTRY .
state organisations empowered conservation of natural resources -
ter and other natural resources
J to develop an overall plan and and will keep the plans the act specifies.To '\ IS NEARLY 400 YEARS OLD
put It Into action. up-to-date through "continual reevaluation ORANGES WERE GROWING AROUND ST.
The act will also five new and revision Committee finance all future action., a IN 1579, ABOUT 200 YEARS BEFORE CALIFORNIA'S FIRST
i powers to the Trustee of the members to serve under the Land Acquisition Trust Fund will PLANTINGS.
State' Internal ImprovementFond governor, acting as chairman, include also be created by the new bill P
to acquire and developthe top officials of seven state The trustees will administer this .l\
lands needed for public use agencies fund, and all Income from opera-
throughout Florida.In An outdoor recreational develop- tion, sale or leases of state lands, Another Imp. .'Jant. e eJHAT

the Senate the bill, designated ment council made up of cabinet as well as any money authorizedby FLORIDA PRODUCT, PHOSPHATE -
SB-418, was referred to the members with the governor again the legislature, plus money from (AS PLANT FOOD) 4'J
Committee on Agriculture, Oil and acting as chairman, which wU any other sources will go into the
Natural Resource., headed by Sen. have authority to approve plans of kitty. HAS HELPED MAKE FLORIDA
Types of area. which are THE WORLD'S MAJOR PRODUCfcR -

specified In the act, to be acquired OF ORANGES, GRAPE ,+r '
i and developed for pub- FRUIT AND TANGERINES 7"t BUYS
j ATTENTION Include lie use on a statewide basis t !

"Parks and recreation areas,
Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK wildlife preserves forest areas r ,
wetlands, floodways and water -
TO THE FUTURE AND water storage access sites areas boating, beaches and Future Farmer Cigaret TaxesIn buys

WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING navigational channels sub Display Talents March ReportCigaret at "Chuck" Well. Motor Co. first ,
merged lands historical and
archaeological sites, rights ef I' Lessons the Future Farmers of taxes collected In Florida
way and sites for access America learn during the school during the month of :March and
A Low Cost Farm Mortgage roads." years Include many things besides ]1963 Pontiac 4-dr.----$3,246,21
; FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN academic reported to the state agency during
subjects In addition to
Will Parish Cash 'TeRefinance April will bring the qualified cities
debts. The bill emphasizes that "out. practical farm operations, the students $2,148.37658 The state general
door recreation (is) vital and fund- learn abilities which
many fund will receive for
el Finance farm improvement new bondings purchase 11,044.9'1'l.89
amental to the well-being of the will serve'them well In life after 1960 Rambler 4-dr. 1,095,00
wind machines and Install Irritation. I collections on sales made outside __ _
Assist la purchase a farm grave er rsneb. people and the economy of the school city limits.
Purchase more land. state." It stresses, further that Not the least of these Is the The report made by Richard B.
Provide capital fond for the farm enterprise there is a need for "all natural knowledge of procedure in conducting Keating, director of the state beverage
ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN resources programs and activitiesof or, taking part in club department, shows the following 1960 Corvair, stick __ __ 995,08
HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES state agencies to be coordinated meetings. Parliamentary Proce- distribution:

1. Lower payments.S. If maximum opportunities for dure 1 11 taught to all Future Farm- City of dewiston, $3.460.SS
Longer terms (Cap to SO years). outdoor recreation are to be pro- era, and dewlston's chapter has
+ .. since Dependable 1117). service (serving sericulture exclusively vided for residents and visitors and I stressed this phase of the PTA City City of of Moore LaBelle Haven.$1,025$818.. 1960 Falcon, automatic 995,00
if natural resources are to be conserved work for many ;years.
e &. FoB prepayment privileges without penalty. Qty of Bele Glade, 10995.
for future generations I
; 8. Loan service by local people familiar with local agrl- Monday at Rotary dub lunch- Qty of Okeechobee $7,763 4-"... drive
culture. Members of the Recreational eon Chapter Adviser R. L. Pape
If we can be of service to you please write or phoneW. Planning Committee In addition to presented the Parliamentary Procedure 1958 850.00

R..MAT Mgr. er DOYLE E. ABBOTT Asst Mgr. the governor Include the director of Team in a demonstration, Vets Info Serviceby Jeep Wagon, ___ _
the State Board of Conservation, i which showed the more experienced -
Federal Land Bank Associationof one of the Trustees of the Internal Rotarians that the younger RANK E. VELTEE
Improvement Fund, and the chair- generation can conduct their meet- 1956 4-dr. 495.00
County Service Officer Dodge
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men, respectively of the Florida Jigs in an orderly manner and in
BradentonPHONE Development Commission, the keeping with proper procedure. The most serious problem facing
State Game and Fresh Water Fish I Bill Swayne. Nicky Fisk and ft erans who hold GI Insurance is
7432051 BKADENTON. FLA. Commission, the Board of Forestry ,Alan Jones acted as chairmen as to keep their beneficiary listing up 1955 Cadillac 695.00
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the Florida Park Service and the members of the team went to date. coupe
the State Road Department through the route of presenting ; A recent survey disclosed that
L motions, amending tabling and voting 49 per cent of GI policyholders had
on them bringing back a motion some form of error in their beneficiary 1958 Oldsmobile 4-dr. 995.00
which has been previously listing and In one-third of ..
i Under New Management tabled etc. The boys enlivened the cases the major beneficiary
: the meeting with their serious designation had to be changed, the
treatment of such motions a* ". Veterans Administration has re- 1961 Chevrolet Vi ton PU 1,295.00
pointing a pew song leader for Rotary ported.In .
because Gene Fuller cannot far too many cases, any slmllarlty -
sing very well", and "buying Rotary between the person or persons -
Club a, new piano", they even the veteran wanted to get his 1962 Ford'/i ton ----.1,595,00
bought the dewiston Inn, because Insurance benefits and those who
when their cane crop comes In: actuality: would get it was strictly
hey will have funds to pay for I&." coincidently All of our QUALITY USED CARS canji
The program moved smoothlywith The VA is compelled by law to
all gravity as each member pay only the beneficiary of record full dealer
took part in the discussions and when it settles a life InllU'anceclaim. one year warranty the only

actions Team members in add .
ion to the three chairmen are Most of the major errors arise in this area offering you such protection W

Cecil Akin, David Hester and Harold when a veteran, who had original.IT -
Jones. designated a parent as a bene- your used car buy."Chuck".
Among the guests at the meet- ficiary marries and forgets to
lug were Charlie Bolton and J. A. name his wife, or later, his chil-
Ball, Sr of Belle Glade and Woody dren as beneficiary and co-bene-
Caruthers, new assistant recreation flclaries, the VA has found. Wells
director for Clewiston. Any veteran who has married or
remarried since
+ j P' Carlos Dickey presided at the designating his
e Insurance
meeting and Gene Fuller introduced beneficiary, or who has
had children, and MOTOR
the speaker now wishes to CO.
bring his beneficiary designation
in line with his present wshes

I j jt PIZZAYU should VA Insurance send these office changes to which to the he Chevrolet, Old., & Pontiac

I, i,.. pays his premiums. 8AJ.ESUaVlCEPD1'SSugarland :
: 2-3311
\, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Oliver of Hwy. Clewiit*
r.t tj Sugarland Pharmacy Miami were week end guests of none TV 2.4501Complete
Ii'. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott

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