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: July 11, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:01108
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Town Sweetest America Town Tl1 i Return? N 6

VOLUME 3g NUMBER 28 FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 11, 1963 Postage Guaranteed. Sec. Subscription $4.00 yea

To Host World's --

Elks Give Mayor Patriotic Creed

.. Commissioners Tentatively OK

Prettiest Girls

A red carpet reception has bcen,, be Introduced and will pos for pictures. $597,661.59 Budget Tuesday

for some 20.odd Miss Uni. Mayor Leon Bembry will] ,
contestants, who will spend officially: welcome the group to
.wroxImatel1 dk one hour In OewisjT "America's Sweetest Town." The Approving a tentative budget of ternoon to prepare the school l budget log to rent or lend the steel scab

thIJ sfternoon.fcfcrfuled Sugarland Band will provide music. S597,661.59 to be advertised for and will present the requestfor folding, or other equipment: owned
)ao to arrlv* at the Old for the occasion, following their adoption on August 13th approving school millage to the county by' the county I
snth! Bar BQ Ranch at <4:15< escorted arrival by Sheriff Earl the sheriffs budget of $109.475. board at the next meeting\ The board voted to advertise tor
,a? are some of the most Dyes and Chief of Police Wendell and preparation for paving\ -78-A The Board approved suggestionof paving of S-78-A Fort Denaud to
1 girls In the world, rep. Whafey, who will meet the chartered at Fort Denaud occupied the attention E S. Tbomusson, road superintendent SR 80, during the month of July '
jLnUix France, Finland, Swe bus at !the county line. ui of the Kendo Board of that a 14-foot<< paving of Names were picked for a Jury .

y V., lena, Columbia, Japan Adding color to the occasion will 1r. County Commissioners at their streets within Rldgelawn Cemetery list for :kounty! 'Judge's court //.
Cad (Germany, Israel Korea, be Cheif Billy Osceola of the Sean July meeting Tuesday. would save the county money Deputy; Sheriffs bond for W. D. .. :'
yaks, England, China, Greece, ,mole( Indians and possibly (the The Hendry County Commissioners Thomasson said maintenance labor Howard was approved.
members' Canada Turkey Seminole Princess. approved a more than one.half costs had been $30 to $75 per monthon
Haiti toiled State and other WFLA-TV. Tampa, Is sending a million dollar budget at Tuesday's these streets. The entire cost of: The board heard a letter from
1111011I. remote crew to dewsiton to give .. dis meeting, which If adopted at the paving was estimated at $718 Approval -: Richard Herring of Clewlston board, expressing
to the
Carroll Benson of the Old South full coverage and the film will be August 5th meeting, will not Increase was also given for purchase for making appreciation possible for Mm to
Clewlston Chamber of Comnerce flown back to Tampa for the millage assessed for of a new heavy-duty riding
jj!the presentation
attend the <4-H< Club Short Course.Chairman ,
are responsible for the rest- In the eleven o'clock news tonight county purposes.The mower for use especially! at Fort
in dewiston. A stage will be Additional publicity is be total budget is $597,68159. Denaud Cemetry, with Thomasson Campbell E. Nail,
,-Kted in front of the Old South big arranged with other radio and which Includes the tour areas of and Commissioner H. S. Parkinson Commissioners Harvard Parkinson -
uIII which the contestants will TV stations. conjunction with the Signing of the Declaration of independence expenditures: General Revenue, making the purchase. W. B. Barron Oration II.
: $245,29149, Road and Bridge Fund, The board accepted recommendations George and R. C Nowling were
and Its celebration as an American Holiday on July 4, 1163. A.
$$181.155; Fine and Forfeiture of the Clewlston Chai.iberof present, as were Clerk Dorothy
Nine Vacancies RemainIn C. Ellison Exalted Ruler of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Fund $159,10187; and Jail Interest Commerce on various boat ramp, Moore Clark Attorney Carlos
Only Elks Lodge No. 1853 of Clewlston presented Mayer Leon Bembry with and Sinking Fund $12.112.50. picnicking and similar recreation Dickey and Road SuperintendentE. 1 "j;'
I a copy of the Elks A DECLARATION OF AMERICAN PRINCIPLES A tax levy of 1284 mills will facllties, and will make the requests S. Thomasson. '"

School Faculties and Issued the following statement ,. ring In enough revenue to meet for these improvements to ; ,
County these expenses. In addition, the appropriate agencies. I ''P,
"At this time of year when we Americans celebrate ear most Important county will assess one-tenth mill The high bid of John McOenl- Resident GuestingOn I
'UK! following list of faculty memo lte Hornsby, JamesYBuchanan.. six Patriotic Holiday. Independence flay I Invite all,cltlsen* of ear for' Central and Southern Florida than of $100 for the old bridge
n will be presented to the Board th grade. community to Join with the Elks In subscribing to the Ideals adopted Hood Control District and nlne- tender's house was accepted. One Bargain FestivalWhile
if Public Instruction this afternoon Clifford L. Hunt and by the Americanism Committee of the Grand Lodge el the Benevolent tenth mill for Hendry County Heal. other bid, $50 from Van Keel, was
,j Superintendent J. Homer Bible, exceptional class. and Protective Order of Elks In Its A DECLARATION OF AMERICAN th Department. received. area residents are busy .'
od !the principals of the various Dura Underwood, librarian, Jane PRINCIPLES." Total millage levy this year (and Several Irregularities In finish guessing the dates for ClewWon'*' :wi'Bar,1a

dock: Pyle, music. STAFF PHOTO anticipated for next) .is 13.84. Items of the county 'jail were re- Festival, merchant con- ...-.i1... .
UBelle SchoolsDeseatary ClewUton. Iflfh School The school board meets this at- ported to the architect and by him tissue to add door prizes to be given '"
Grades James E. Brandon away on the final day. '
supervising to the contractor, and correspondence
Mn.! Betty Ruth Davies, first principal. I on these items was read to The sal dates are being kept ,
nde, Mrs. Dora Atkins Tussey Mrs. Margaret Bare, social studies the board. secret and will not be announced '
i until the of the festival "
it ellie arts and crafts; Mrs Catherine City Approves 63 Tax. Roll The commissioners voted to adhere opening
which will: last for three day, Friday
Annie Ruth Howard, second W. Brown, mathematics; Mrs. : strictly to a policy of declln2 Saturday and Monday. Items

ife, Louise Marcella second Enid H. Crockard, foreign languages being offered as door prizes that

nit. Junior high history; Mrs. The City Commission approved commission will also hold a public At Monday's meeting T H Jones will be given away at the ':00 ,
Mn Bettye! toiler, third grade Sammie M. Dunaway, science, QUALIFY FORCOMMISSION include tire seatbelts '
; the 1963 tax roll at $9,124.070. hearing on tile towage assessments recommended that the city releaseits p.m. drawing a
In. Loretta Ward, third grade. mathematics; Harold Estep, social with $2.669280 homestead and and will strike names from 20 loot easement on the eastside turkey, gift certificate and
Mn. Vera Helms, fourth grade; studies; Joe Bandy, physical education other exempt property, and a net the city registration books.4 of Industrial canal, south of of ** ,r gifts. o
[vice Weston, fourth grade. (football coach); Frank R. taxable valuation of $6.454,790. The the highway, )In order to provide .,"cording to Dick Baker president .
Gentry, business education, Mrs.
Xn. Elizabeth Maddox, fifth action was taken at the regular another 100 foot of industrial of the Chamber ot Comnverc
Jacquelyn Gentry vocational borne Paul Cato EnlistsIn property
ide; Dale Cures, fifth grade meeting Monday night with Mayor on the.railroad trackage Ho Two candidate have filed and chairman of the drawing com
economics, N. Buren Hall, Junior
id assistant coach. Leon Bembry Commissioners Tom said the United States Sugar Corporation petition seeking eUoUoa as mitt**, the first turn drawn from o oJ.
high subjects, physical: education: ,
Marine Corps
Compton W. Cummings, sixth Ernest Jones and Dan McCarthy present. has agreed, if the city releases City CommlMioner la an *lr** ihrjarg container wfll be placed I
baseball and basketball coach; ,
ride, William Burns sixth .. Won: to be held Septemljet Srd.Mrs. into a scaled envelop and will
grade.exceptional .1 Hill, science, physical education The board set 2 p.m. July 15 asa According to/4uuery Sergeant Its easement to donate a not be revealed' until all the Athe? (' "JJ I
-'. chttUBeO ,(tracK.r assistant. football special meeting to, open bids on Pete .Walkarf. MS&*.Corps iJUBeaoh- 40 foot right of way fora rued .* .nAJ! 4>", tl, r ndIneambtnt prteea h v Behoof i :f 1"- 1 t wmu/.. yiJjT' ,* the:-peoshsgnw'tlni;) trrdub <"1ft! t' and tbrAtlaatlfl. 'Cart uae'has 'Frod C.:Alien fcavr*" grand (MztfifreWp4o:. Nassau I..
Rich Mrs. "Sera ', : Ocant, Junior\ and on purchase of a togging ma a Clewiston! Youth Jte* enlisted in agreed to /2I\oye'1be trackage, filed with ja* City,Clerk a* of for two. -, \*
Edith Magffl. librarian loathe.tla high oubjecHs\ ? Richard L Pape, chine. the United State* Marine Corps for which was recently installed during Wednesday moralD,. Deadline The Bargain Festival is being I
Pauline1 Hull, vocational vocational agriculture; ''Wm. G The construction of a sewage four years. '1 the shipping crisis caused by for filing Is July 23rd, for the sponsored by the Merchants Committee
sloe economics; Peggy Hynn Ben.girls' Perry, business education; E. R. collection system is underway and Paul E. Cato 1>, son of Mr. and the r.E.C. railway strike, to a location expiring terms of Leon Bern- of the Chamber of Com
M, physical education coach Radish, Junior high science; Ells the sewage disposal plant will be Mrs. Willis J. Cato enlisted on on the A.C.L. property: Sum- by, Tom H. Jones, Jr., aDd coerce; Richard Phelps, chairman: .
raphjr. Aytes, English; Jack Scott band, constructed In ,the next few months.An June 25th at Miami Into the an mation of the changes would provide Fred C. Slkts.Registration,,- The outstanding cooperation of
Jfa. Mary Joe Zehntner, math- music; Janice Thompson, girls' electrical consulting engineerwill Florida Platoon pf Marines. Private two railroad tracks with <40< participating merchants and the
win, physics; Donna Sue Black. physical education: Jack 8.:Willis, survey the needs of Cfewiston Cato, and tie other seventy- feet space between them for better I book are pea discussion of mutual problems at
at, English, Mrs. Harfess Me- English; Kenneth A. Walker, 'Junior and make recommendations to the four' members of the ,all Florida use.The at the City Hall and will re- the meetings has lead many to favor
wary, English, Spanish; Tom high social studies; Mrs. Mildred next regular meeting on July 22nd, Platoon left Immediately after the I commission Instructed acting male open aaUl August 5th. forming a merchants association

guidance, social studies. : Yates, English,, Mrs. Helen "to keep our electrical distribution swearing In ceremony for Marine I City Manager Blair to grade Application are available at with regularly scheduled
oil R Brungard. science, math- Weetman, librarian. system up with our growth needs," Corps Recruit Training *t Pans streets from Aztec to Alevrdex and I City Hall for qualification meetings following the Bargain
sates: J. D. Hughes, science, Harlem Academy explained Commissioner Dan Mc Island, Sorth: Carolina where they San Pedro to San Jose in the vicinity Festival '
tree education; George J. Stirs Clewiston Carthy.; art presently attending twelve of the Fair Grounds and .,
business education, coach; Amos A. Thomas, principaL 5th Is the date set for weeks of recruit training. Gulf plant where several small
r iIIIes A. Cufflgan vocational a,. Mrs. Bertha M. ego, and the commission to hold Us equalization Upon completion of :their recruit homes have been placed.It Physical Fitness Corps Provides .
.cu1ture: Charles Tuten. band and first grade; Mrs. Teretha J. San meeting and Its public hear- training they will attend four. weeksof was noted in the minutes of ,, I IMembers
1IIIe. William Davies history, den Mrs. Daisy Hill second grade log on the proposed budget for advanced training at Camp Leo the meeting that Hilton Williams '
>s' physical: education, Mary Lou Vivian Randolph, Mrs. Mamie R. the coming year At that time the Jeune, North Carolina On completion had successfully passed the examination Civic Club Programs This Week .
Wleston) ......... McCray, third grade; Mrs. Emma ot their advanced training for muter electrician and
haul Debts Elemeataf1 Young Mrs. Bernita Bobo, fourth (they will return to their homes on received permit as such. of the Clewlston Recreation recreation program. Registration la. I

Kn. : grade. Ladies NightAt leave. Commissioner McCarthy reportedthe Department Physical various phase Include <40< in. the
Mabel Louis
D. Magffl. princ'pal! ; Howard L. McKlre. L. Private Cato who has resided In need of larger water linesIn Fitness Corps, under the direction Junior league baseball 120 in the ,_
Clara Willie
<15 Lee Whafey. Francis derson fifth grade; sixth Mott PoolNext Clewlston all of his life, gradual some areas, and recommendedthat of director Eugene Fuller, presented midget ]league 113 in the Central i.t.
Miss Barbara Rairfey, Herbert ed from Clewlston High School in these be Installed during the programs for the Rotary Playground, 188 in the Youth Center \
1de 1Gs. Kathryn P. Davis, first grade; Gwendolyn C. Harris, Junior Tuesday will be ladies nightat 1962. While In high school he played construction work of'sewage lines, Club on Monday and the Kiwanls and 80 in the physical fitness
Patricia high subjects, girls' coach; the C. S. Mott Swiming Pool football for four year and was to uve additional time and inter Club Wednesday at the Clewlston program
Swann, Mr. MarIe Charles A. Burrows, boys' coach; and all ladles will be admitted free Captain of the team In his senior ruption. Inn. A /group of youngsters were
a Cell, Ubi Betty Lou Fults Son- Sylvester Humphrey, Junior high of charge, according to Woody year. Since graduation he has been Woody Carruthers, assistant dir guests at the Monday and Wednesday

-jMfcn.. Louise second grade. subjects, swimming coach economics; Mrs arruthers; employed by the Glades County It INCHES IN 'THREE YEARS ector pf the recreation department: meetings and gave demonstrations
,, Hare Mrs May Narvella Lee. home The first ladies night was enjoyed Sugar Growers of Moore Haven asa outlined the aquadlc portion of the of different exercises, including
taj Mri Betty Aeolian toomas, English; Cripples (pronounced 'croppiea'lmay )
V. Fry. Diane Miss last Tuesday night and a door cut-foreman where he superviseda summer recreation program, after singing "Go Chicken Fat."
third Black, mathematicsand reach a length of 4ft Inches
grade Mrs. Mob! donated by Parkinson'spt 150 man cane cutting crew. 1 Introduced Fuller Gretchen ,
ltrol'li prize, being by Taking pert were Bryan
band by the end of the first '
Freddie Jones, yea.84
Moan Mrs. Jeanette Es- science; Store wu won by Vera Mills. In Joining the Marines Paul became Inches the second The director then outlined thephy.lcal Kim Murphy, Diane Davis, Jalinda.
and Just
subjects year
fourthabeth and music, Junior commercial high subjects The pool Is open for adults on the second member of his under 10 Inches by the third year. fitness program and the Davis, Timmy Davis, Kenny Cas-
lira: _Elementary Tuesdays from 7:30: until <::30 and family to do so. His older brother,: Not all three-year old crapplea challenge course for which theVyW sldy Keith Carter Frank Tomlln- ;I."\,
Mae Bowden **.. Dsnlel couples are Invited to avail them Dale Cato enlis. d In 1953 and is in Fluilda are 10 Inches long, but donated funds for construc son, Gary Hooker, Mike Davis, /'
Jordan __>__?_ fifth La5 !!Lois* Thomas, grades 1-3, selves of the pool on these eve- presently a Recruiting Sergeant in this Is a good average. tion. He said that an estimated. 700 Gregg Miller, Mark Brandon Mike
log I Mrs. nings. Rome, Ga. I children are participating In the Kehoe and Matthew Prcwitt f
KaI'7 Baker, Mn. Marguer Carene Reddick, grades 4-6._

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or JULY EXCITEMENT In ClewbtoD war 'Pleed with the earth killed H with on* shot from a high powered rifle. Haadreda ptealeers. brought It to the boat landing where heath and other game officers picked up it r
11yr&If..... .lf toot aW,1OI' near the lease ptc.te anaa dI nanda...after..oa.M .ad 'ao- ben and sightseer patiently waited the remits of the hunt and a portion of then the gator. Surprisingly, nuneroM skiers atmoed their activity wall CM
.. If ktrwake u earuer appearance on the snrw aear for-sevva aoars be- are shown .la the abv photo. Jimmy Nesbett. Carl Ferrsra. Jr. aad&Chsrtea search was,rosier way. I.BTAI'I'I'HOTO.Sweetest t
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\ Page Two THE CEWISTON NEWS C1ewiatoa. J'la. waiting for the officer to make N.MN9NNN: well, named the John Tledtke wen, concerned about the tips leave. I DEAR CAUTIOUS,
1,1 1 f Thursday, July 11, 1983 out the arrest ticket, the offender found traces of oil at 13,420 feet. feel like 19% ($130)) is sufficient, I Forget about
t volunteered that he had studied t It's History Now J I The B&B Supermarket paved two but some of the guests leave 18%. RID of itl! I have COIItrollinr I teel1nt j It. Od
law and wondered bow the officer additional tats for customer park Do you think I'm being too tight? been far too "Clutious": foIt

The Clewiston News"Devoted was going to prove that he was ing. RICH BUT DISTURBED. lee ,. Maybe 'ou're 'bole
drunk. Without receiving an answer THIRTY TEARS AGO The summer recreation: pregtam' DEAR RICH, a ,kunk.p OIvelfl4(
as he was moved toward the was launches with beach picnics; I'll answer your question if p UNK.BOWLING.
(From Ntw.JalJ'
to the advancement and welfare of Clewistonand calaboose door he countered ClewUton 7, 1933) 100 children went on the first bus you'll answer mine: Where are

Hendry County." with a statement that his case H. JjrinMbaum, an engineer trip to Fort Myers with the Ferr- these dinners held, who t* the em-

Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston would come under the classification: for Spadaro Construction Co., was aral and Manuels and Mrs. Bob ployment manager, and can you
Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. of "false arrest" and they couldn't killed to a traffic accident at La- Goedhart as chaperones.For put in a good word for me for a
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1. 1827, at the Post put him in Jail. Clank Belle. the year 1950, according to waiter's job?

Office In Clewiston, Florida under the Act of Congress of March I, --U- Dr. Everett Smith, famed Miami reports, Hendry county ranked 7th YOUR. .FAVORITE UNK. isCOOL
1879. Full moon has always meant a :teacher of a large adult SundaySchool In the state with family Income e

NATIONAL boon to law enforcement officers Class with a wide fallow- averaging 2461. DEAR UNCLE AL
ORIDq and last weekend was no exception.It tog on radio, lectured in Clewiston. The movie showings Included FUN
/ 2J T.' = ,0 was standing room only at the Marilyn Monroe In Nalgara! and My problem concerns habit When my doIng
He has a nervous -
Frederic March In Man on a Tight
25 addedto
rujuniMr ray were
CJ.Speaking hia homework, and even at "Bring the
of full Rope. Family!"
moon long Lykes Bros. ranch 15 miles west school, he'* always chewing up his
I BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher 61 (' have I heard of the powers of the of Clewiston. In one of the introductions Mrs. David Thomas was honoree and The
0 pencils, erasers paper. Glades
S. H. STALLS Managing Editor 1963I moon In fishing, hunting and planting of this type cattle to build ait a stork shower at the home of fool kid eats up about $10 worth a Bowling Lanes
I':.: Subscription Rates .. ....... $4.00 per year gTI but UM other night at Ab- up the native herds In Florida and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Foy on the month. What would cause: this? Route 80 South
{ (Return Postage Guaranteed) ner Vann's "39" Informal birthday develop] a sturdier, heavier type reservation. I KID'S DAD.
!I.! party, I heard a local couple: say animal. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Clddens and i
Business and KID'S DAD,
Telephone Editorial DEAR
: YUkon 31201Advertising I
and Mrs. O. W. GIddens and -
'"i they were planning a trip to Nassau Miss Minnie Belle Murray of Mr.
Rates on application. The management reserves Maybe I'm just superstitiousbut
."1 on the first full moon following Font Myers, former Moors Haven their families attended a family
the right to reject called him "kid"it
any objections advertisement! since you a
THE! NEWS ...um.. no rtiponilblllty for the return of unsolicited Mother's Day. I give up, too. girl and well known in Clewiston, reunion at Orlando.FULLER'S brought something to mind. Edward'sPlumbing
naauicrlpta or photograph* -as- was named Miss Florida of 1931 Instate -
THE) NEWS aeiumei no financial reiponalbllltr for typographical I Before the child (n) was born,
errors or ommluloni In advartlnniant but It notified of inch error be- With the nearing of completion: of contest at Clearwater. was your wife ever scared silly
fore the next l issue of the paper will reprint correctly that part of theadvertisement the 4-lane east of Clewiston Hen- Miss Jewel Lowe and Arthur W. FOLLIESBy ( ) ? RepairReplacements
billy goat
In which the error occurred In the event a time element Lawrence married In the by a
would render the correction valueless the Newa will reduce the priceof dry county should become one of were AL FULLER
the advertisement bjr an amount equal to the percentage of the total Florida's most traffic safe coun Community Church by the pastor,I .C.L.. RepairINSTALLATIONS
apace as the erroneous or omitted copy represented. '
Rev. W. B. Furgess. Their attend.I Heavens knows how I got mixed DEAR UNCLE AL,

_", _",_"_,,,_,,_:nr_ ties.Roads cost: an enormous amountof ants were Miss Louise Waldron up In this "advice column" mad- I'm frightened at the great pow. TROUBLE SHOOTING(
city "clean-up": lagging, including
and A. W. SIal.TWENTY( .
but the lives and All of sudden Fm getting MASTER LICENSE
money property ness. a .
lot mowing. It might be well to er I have over' girl* Although I'm
I : damage four-lanes save is letters from a bunch of Idiots ask- teenager everytlme I get
remember that numerous projectsare only a Call YU 2-6711
e Sonny Sez underway and the city labor very evident nationwide. As each TEARS AGO tog me to help solve their problem close enough to a gal to touch her,
mile of new highway has been added (From Clewiston News *. For example: .
supply is extended to say the least. she faints. How can I learn to control 325 E.
in Hendry county-the accident July t, 1943)) DEAR UNCLE AL. Ventura
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,, .. -"' The tennis courts are being rebuilt power
United State Sugar Corp resumed I'm widower and few
rate has proportionately decreasedhad a a years CAUTIOUS.r .
::1 The Clewiston holiday weekend the sewer project requires you noticed? production of dehydrated ago married my deceased wife's

I, was exceptionally quiet being spiced some city assistance and the ball The completion of the 27 projectwill i lemon grass to relieve the short young aunt This didn't pan, out .
only by the 'gator killing Thursday park has required Immediate attention give 4-lane throughout the ago of cattle feed.A too hotsy. Then I married this
,: ( afternoon. Gene Hough pulled prior to the opening of the county. Red Cross surglcial dressing former wife's niece. This was a
"real Rifleman" shot and killed season to mention a few extra room was established In South solid affair until she took off with

the large gator with one shot right Items. ......... Clewiston. my older step-brother's son. At the
between, the eyes. There were a PIZZA Riddle Field held "Open House"to moment I'm hitched to my uncle's
lot of colts and cabs at the size of City Patrolman Charles McClel celebrate its second anniversary. lster-ln4aw's oldest daughter.
the gator. land got a little unofficial briefing 41 Seminole Indians were movedto Naturally, I've had children: with
-u- on law Sunday night it seems Sugarland PharmacyYU dewkton: the men and women every wife I'm being kidded now 6 -
.\. that a Seminole Indian missed his working In the lemon grass opera that I'm my own grandpa and I'm "
There have been several comments bus and somewhere along the line 2-3311 tion. They established their own going nuts trying to figure out who -
about certain phases of the became slightly Intoxicated. While camp: on the edge of the city,I is\ who's what. E QY F.4MT-fYFl/N

spurning accomodatlons offered I Can you please help me out of SPEND YOUR VACATION IN
them by their employers. my misery?
i, Miss Frances Morgan visited her BEWILDERED. LGWORTJ1JJJJEery
Q sister, Margaret, in West Palm e *
member el .the. family will enjoy Lake 14000 UNTAl
Beach for the weekend. UNITS
Worth. Ovttlondlng tell exid froth Mto lltk I
t Your Old Clothesline Lt. O. W. Nlckenon of the British Yes, Ill be glad to help you out Imp municipal::: pl.r .u.e end lOW RATES

Flight Training School entered of your misery. I'm sending you a mbif, Woting, |ell/ mink, ..."" 1..04. ...cI I DoHy/Wielilr'
Dawson General Hospital, Atlanta, loaded gun. USE IT! (Please leave pie...... Mdd cMtwi.. I WRIT TODAY!

Is Worth $1.0O a Foot where he Is quite 111 ,a request to send It back. If I get I.. Caepenhtm. CITY 0 F
another letter like yours I'll need '
( UP TO 70 PUT) TEN TEARS AGO I It myself). State : Plethe ride" INp JYOlTII.BPR1J4r I

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The tax assessment roll of the DEAR UNCLE AL, I .....".(t'_......,D..t. Cl'r!' Lake Werlk, Florida J
IH *'W* VI* A t county topped $5 million I keep going to these $1.000-- Lmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm&TOTAL
Coastal Petroleum Corp.'s test plate political dinner. and I'm

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dally Bible. reading
Receives will continue In and prayer Directors Re-elect i ewiatonFla.ThENNRWSPsge Three
Hendry Summer
Library Baseball
school, whether it fa "required"county or Program UnderwayAfter I Thursday July 11, 1963

Books :lot Waterway Officers
Rackstraw Superintendent J. Homer Bible : Sendoff Gretchen Bryan. LaBelle Gets New I
said at the recent meeting of:, Major League Monday All present officers of the Okee- Senior ((60 yards) Boys, lat,I'
The! will of the late G. B. Rack- county school superintendents of chobee Waterway Association were Andy Ballard; 2nd, Jerry Weaver. Post Office
bequeathed\ to the Clewiston Florida, it was explained that I The Summer Baseball Program re-elected for another year Tuesday Individual Block Relay: Mr and Mrs. C. C. Hewer, Turn 4\ +:,ifII"
L1'bra1'Y I complete let of Ency1opaedJa Florida law required Bible read I sponsored by the Clewiston Recreation night when directors met in Midget boys: lat, Bobby Pearce; pa owner of the B&B Super Markets I f'''
Brltankas,1934 edition, and log and prayer and that this law Department got underway 'iiIi\ Clewlston and heard reports indicating 2nd, Mike Kehoe; 3rd Ricky Baker. have been awarded the contract '.;
ensuIDt year book from 1955 to has not been repealed. Monday evening In major league increasing interest in the Junior Boys: 1st Gary Damon. to build and lease a new Poet's"
!date be The donation also included a In fact, the superintendents at fashion, with band music color waterway after a year's efforts. Girls: 1st Brenda Waldron; 2nd Office In LaBelle according to an 't,.
complete set of National Geogra- that meeting appointed a committee -I guard and an official greeting and Publication of the Waterway News i Gretchen Bryan. announcement made by Postmaster '
magazines from 1923 to the to confer with Attorney General tossing of the first pitch.A I bonrds In the bottom of the Inning has given a new means of distributing I Softball throw: General J. Edward Day.
pbic present date ofthe library Richard Ervin to secure drafting niece crowd was present to and trailed 32. Information to those who may Midget boys: 1st Mike Davis; The Severs will receive 83.237 '. i f
WeetmaD, president of an amendment to the constitution hear the Sugarland Band under the The Legion picked up anotherrun make extensive use of the water- 2nd David Ellington rent annually from the Post Office
board of Florida, to be presented --direction of Bandmaster Jack I in the bottom of the fourth in- way, and Executive Secretary How- Girls: 1st, Diane Davis; 2nd Terry Department for 10 years, with four
Magazines *111 Scott, play the Star ning. SMU one run In the of renewal The
TIle Geographic to the voters of the state, so Spangled Banner top ard Banta reported that 50 companies Andreis. five-year options.
be .vailable :to the public Weetr that Bible reading and prayer may as a cmblned color guard, the fifth and the Legion two In the are now making use of the Junior Boys: 1st Freddie Robertson building is expected to be readyfor
Jd said, as they are not bound. continue to be part of daily school of the American Legion and VFW : bottom of the fifth inning. route for commercallhlpments.: ; 2nd Keith Carter. occupancy on February 1, 1964
lbe Board will have them bound routine. presented the colors. Dave Stock Jerry Weaver got the only hit Undaunted by the report of the Senior Boys: 1st, Danny ICrledler.I and will be built adjoining! the new
rapidly ai funds are availableand man was In charge of the color; for the Legion and the losing pitcher treasury, showing a balance of $100 Super Market n ;
M the books will then be placed Tabitha Class Met guard composed of M. C. Doke, Sotolongo got the only SMU hit, and debts of approximately $370, I Dance At Youth The building site will contain
public use Albert Rogers, Ross LaByer and a double. the directors plan the West to East 8.060 square feet and the building
Into Us Doug Pearcy SMU 20001 0-3 itself will have 2,158 feet of
Mr. Weetraan expressed: Monday NightThe I atacado on Labor Day weekend Center Friday square '1''f' '
personal appreciation J. Ray Jones acted Legion 3 0 0 1 2 -e I floor space.Obey .\!.
alb! as master of This will be the second boatacade, II 1.JoW
and! that of the Board to the Tabitha Class of the Hi Haven ceremonies and Introduced the and will originate! in Fort Myers, I Surprises for everyone are In .' .\.
Iickstraw family for the price- Baptist Church held their re,. managers and coaches of the various overnight at Belle Glade and wind store for those who attend the MidSummer stop signs. STOP before the '
lest collection of books donated ular monthly meeting Monday baseball teams, prior to introducing Local SwimmersIn up at Stuart and Jensen Beach i' Dance Friday night al accident happens.
night at the
t,UM Ubra,,. ClewJston Is meet church. Tom Jones, Jr., who On alternate years the boatacade the Wetherald Youth Center. '
Ivrtu:ale In having the high Mrs. W. R. Br-adrlck presided substituted for Mayor Leon Bem- is a East to West event, starting The' dance will begin at 8:00, I.
Itillty and wide range of books in the absence of the president, bry in tossing out the first pitch. Orlando Meet In Stuart, overnighting in Clewiston I with music being furnished by the
HiDible to the general pnb- Mrs. Pat Drake. Mrs. Broadrlck Jones remlnlsed: of the "olden and ending at Fort Myers and Blue Angels. Donations of 40c stag BOWLforFUN.e.

lie, be sold also gram.presented the devotional pro days of cow pasture baseball" and Steve Ball and Quit Mazzlna of Fort Myers Beach. and 60c drag will be accepted.
I The! library Is located on the lecod the amount of progress that bad Each Chamber of Commerce of
I floor] of the NkkeU: Building sodal After the business! meeting a been made in supervised recreation. : Swim Clewiston Association competed Invitational in the Orange Meetin the 10 communities on the route i SPLASH PARTY a MONDAY in COOL Comfort! 1''., ,'
to the public six days period was held with Mrs. Jones urged the youngster to asked Seventy-five boys and girls of
I and li open H. V. Turner Orlando on July 4, 5 and 6th. are to send an entry In the
week. Open hours are Monday, conducting a Bible take advantage of the program and contest for Boat-A-Cade Queen. the Central Playground recreation
a "
In three senior
Quits swam women' -
Wednesday and Friday, 7 to 9 p.m.; quiz.Hostesses to play the games according to the events and won first in the The 10 girls will make the entire program enjoyed a special "aplall1partJ" 'Have a Bowling Party ; ,
Mrs. W. C Mann and
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, rules. two day trip, as guests of their at the C. S. Matt SwimmingPool ,"
first 200
Mrs. W, R. Preston served refreshments 100 yard freestyle; in the
J:30 to 5:30p.m. to Mesdames W. R. I Lions It, Elks 1 yard breaststroke and set a record sponsoring Association Chamber and the Waterway to I Only Monday children morning.who had registered Glades Bowling Lanes 1 f!

Baxter, W. J. Jackson, Henry Storey The first game was a lopsided for' the Florida Association; and according ed the recreationwere
Shall We Pray? Sam Rich H. V. Turner and victory for the Lions team, 28-2. placed second In the 200 yard Individual plans.Re-elected allowed to participate, as the Route 80 South I,
were President Paul '
W. R. Broadrick. The Elks, who won the championship medley. '\
Yes We ShallOne 'poops usually closed on Monday.
G. Franklin
Vice presidents S. C
1- last year, are in a major rebuilding Competing In her age group ((13- "
of (the questions which will program and the majority; 14)), Quits was first and set a record Fry dewiston and Charles H. I t ,
be discussed today by the Hendry PIZZA of last year's team did not return to the 200 yard free style; first Kindred, Stuart; secretary, Don
County Board of Public Instruction because of age limits. in the individual medley and set a Baton Fort Myers and treasurer, i ).
tin be the recent ruling! of the Jerry Holoubek was the big gun record In the 100 yard backstroke; Chu. Goodlet, Bell. Glade. .
United States Supreme Court that YU 2-3311 I for the Lions, in getting five for second In the 100 yard freestyle; Directors are Franklin, Botorff, Are You 65 or : Over?
no governing body can requiredaily five at the plate and he also pitched second In the 100 yard butterfly; and Ken Pacettl. Fort Myers Richard ,
Bible reading and prayer. Sugarland Pharmacy the last three Innings. Danny second In the 100 yard breaststroke. Griffin, Moore Haven, Marvin
However, it is quite likely that Kreldler was the starting! an winning Steve, swimming la the 11-12 Arrants, Okeechobee, S. C Fry,
'- pitcher and had three for four :year old age group, won first in Clewiston, Kindred and LeaUeQu.It Enroll NOW for accident and sickness i';
I Stuart and Glen Glldden,
at the plate including one home the 200 yard individual medley;
.\ THE SHRINKING DOLLAR run. Bill Edens was also three for second in the 100 yard freestyle; Jensen Beach, with new names not insurance in Continental Casualty's .'.
yet submitted for Belle Glade, La-
{ four and hit two homeruns. both times breaking existing records ,
takes greater and greater wife Ingenuity Connie Wiliford was the startIng He also finished second: In Belle and Indiantown. '

i ,rr to. stretch over constantly rising costs and losing pitcher for the Elk*. the 100 ;yard butterfly; second In The directors voted, 5 to 1, to New Golden 65 '
"i What a contrast to Heaven where God The Lions massed 28 runs from the 100 yard breaststroke; and send a protest to the Corps of Engineers ;
14 hits, while the Elks score two third In the 100 :yard backstroke; on a proposed permit fora I
J promises runs from three hits. Wiliford was third In the 200 yard freestyle 70-ft horizontal clearance bridge Present Enrollment ends midnight 1, :
at Fort Denaud. program.
". They shall// hunger no mere, neither the "gun" for the Elks getting '
two of the three hits, a home Attending were directors Kindred,
thirst For fh. lamb that! feed hem run. one Physical Fitness who presided; Glenn Glldden, S.C. July 31st.

and shall /lead them into living fountain Lions 3 489 8-28 Results Posted Fry, Fred Escott. Ruth Betts, Mr.

of wafer* ..' Revelation 7i16,17 Elks _____ 0101 0- 2 and Mrs Howard Banta, Margaret
Eugene Fuller, director: of the Goodfellow, Ezra Wood, Phyllis Du- For Additional Information Contact
Community Presbyterian Church American Legion I, 8MU S Clewiston! Recreation Department trow and Beryl Bowden.TRACK .
407 Royal Palm Avenue The second game of the evening hIS announced the results of the
HENRY HORRELL FORD, Minister wu a close thriller for the fansas third week of the Physical Fitness
9:43 A.M. Bible School I Ricky Miller and Adel Sotolongo Program for the Challenge Course MEETThe .
11:00 A.M. Worship locked in a pitchers duel-each Age 6, Mich Murphy and Bar Beardsley [ ?, I I1
SERMON SUBJECT: giving up only ODe hit bara Andredi; age 7, Malcolm Wilson winners of t the track meet i
"Satisfaction GuN > ,t Sugar Mill Union lumped to aiwo'rta and Jalinda( Davis: Age 8, that was held at Jhe.Central Plat ''-' .. +- ... -1*-il1 l I
No. I a"17e l autGderff'\t ; ,y. ,.. .. Wad-frthe top bf tale'first Hike"Davis and Diane Davis: Age ground An"Friday,July S were: ; I
: inning only to see it go by the 9, Kenn Cassidy and Kim Murphy; Standing broad jump' : Insurance Agency I
Age 10, Kenny Brannan and Gret- Midget boys: 1st, Steve Galas- I
chen Bryan; Age 11, Freddy Rob- sisal; 2nd David Ellington; Girls:
I Clewiston Church Directory ertson and Brenda Waldron; Age 1st, Diane Davis, 2nd, Terry An- Phone YU 2-7501 Clewiston
12, Jerry Weaver and Judy Brant- dreis.
ley;.'Age 13, David Beardsley; Age Senior boys:
14, Bobby Hare; Age 15, Don Yod- lat Andy Ballard. New Office Hours
208 North Atlantic Street 720 407 Royal Palm Avenue Leaders in the point system of Midget ((40 yards): Boys: 1st, Until further notice our office will be:
Phone YUkon 2-1811 Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor Henry H. Ford. Minister the physical fitness program are: Bobby Pearce; Girls: 1st Jalinda
Clewiston, Florida 9.45: a.m.-8unda School 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School Age 8-7, Mark Brandon 132 and Langley.Junior. Closed all day Saturdays
In. Larkin F. Ceaaally 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Jalinda Davis 61; /e 8-9, Mike ((50 yards) Boys: lat
8.45: p.m.-Training Union Davis and Freddie Robertson I Monday thru Fridays 8 a.m. to 5 li\l
Administrator Worship 11:00: a.m.-Nur.ery.in the Parish 123 Kim Murphy 151; ; 2nd Jimmy Open p.m. \;
Sunday Masses 8 a.m. &: 11:30: a.m. 8:00 p.m.-Evening House Age 10-11, Kenny Brannan 83 and McCarthy, Kenneth Cassidy
Weekday Masses, 7:00 SJn. Wednesday 8.00 : Meeting 6:00 p.m. Westminster Fellow Gretchen Bryan 94; Age 12-13, Girls: lit Brenda Waldron; 2nd
: p.m.-Prayer shipWednesday Jerry Weaver 79 and Judy Brant-
Holy Days of Obligah on. 6.00: p.m. i
Confessions.( Saturday from 4 to S, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH : ley 58; Age 14-15, Bobby Hare 85 i
art 7 to I p.m. 102 E. Ventura Avenge 7:30 p.m.-Choir Practlee and Age 16-18, Bruce Waldron, 40. {

Rev. L. T. Fagan, Pastor
W?.MARTIN'S CHURCH 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School Ladies Bowling Feature
(Ep4eopal) 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday
497 North Paddle 6.45 pm.-Training Union Sooth ClewUtonRev.
The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar 8.00 pm.-Evening Service Herb Hlgdon. Pastor LeagueThe t.
Sunday Services: I Wednesday; 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School For the Beefeater _
|:30tm.-Early Eucharist 7:00 j.nx-Offlcers and Teachers 11:00: a.m. Worship Service Ladles Summer Bowling I,
30 am.-Family! Service and Meeting 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training UnloiI League has reached it's halt way
Church SthooL Prayer Service :00 p.m.-Worship Service mark, with only tour games Separating ,
8.00 p.mMldweek
SaInts and Holy Days as an- : Tuesday: the first and last teams. ROAST PRIME RIBS or BEEF au JUS ;
-ced. 8.45 p.m. Choir Practice S:00 p.m. Brotherhood Last week standings:
Confessions by appointment. Wednesday: Team W L ,
7.34 Hour of Prayer 8
: p m. Jollyettes 12 .
CHCMH OF JESUS CHKI3T NORTHSCDE MISSIONARY Thursday: Kane Gang ".....,....JUi 8U Baked Idaho Potato ,
APOSTOLIC FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 8:00 p.m.-Choir Practice Four Stooges .. ,..._ 10 10 r
Sooth OewlstenIB 304 N. Fraaslsee Street Sugar Babes ......._ 10 10 {{ I:.
Bra Luther Dixon Pastor Elder Lester D. :Beams Pastor Ups and Downs ,....... 81i 11 i !
.w m.-Sunday School 10.M a.m.-SundaY School THE CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY Mle-Fits ,...,. ..,.. .I I 12
UIIO: I D1.Preach1n 11:00 a.m.-Morolcg Worship OF COD High Individual Series: Creamery Butter or Sour Cream & Chive Dressing

ltesday: 6.30: p.m.BTC7tp James F. Klmbrcl. raster H. Klste ."I....... ..... S27 ; ):'
7:30: m.-Prayer Meeting p.m.-Evening Worship Sunday: C. Wilson .. .... US I .
Jrida7: Wednesday Sunday School 10.00 F. Carlln. .-....... .. .. 451
7:30: ".".-Young People'i Meet- 7:30: p.m_Prayer Service Adult Worship.! 11:00 High Individual Game: Tossed Green Salad i
ing Youth Worship, 11:00 H Klste .. ..,.. .. 181 \
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Prayer Hour 7:00: F. Carlln .. 188 .
cuneo OF CHRISTChrlftfaa 831 W. Oseeols Avenue Evangelistic Rally, 7:30 B. Watkins .. ... 157 Choice of Dressing '" :
( ) Rev. Richard Knight. Pastor Tuesday
North Sugtrtand Aaditorlum 9.45 a.m.-Church School Orchestra Practice, 7:00 Rolls ,
& Butter Beverage : <;
** Wednesday: ,
io nc. Schemer. Minister 11:00 a.mMornin' service THERMOMETERS AREN'T ,
a.III.-Bible School 6.00: P.HK-Methodist Youth Fellowship Christ's Ambassadors, 7:49COMMUNITY THE: ONCV THINGS THAT I
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CBulc r CHRIST J12 8. Facile Avenue Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor ems *.' I ".
305 fan* Ceatrsi Avenrn Rev. Joe Coleman 10:00 ajn.-Sunday School .. '',.
5 :;arl Arnold Minister 10:00 nu-Sunday School 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Q /
11:00 a.nu-Morning Service 7:45 p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic
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Four THE CLEWIS'roN NEWS Clewiston na. vacation with her niece, Mr*. R.C, spent the weekend with Mr and I NO LICENSE REQUIRED
Thursday July 11, 1983 I Stout and family Mrs. Stout Is Mrs. Pat Peters cnroute to Miami. Licenses are not required! of just add DIXIEand
the former Jane Lee. The Mr Peters are brothers. I Florida residents to fish Don-com

Davis sister, Mrs. Ethel Dyal. of Mr and Mrs. R. G. Ma'tson: ore I Ernie Winn and Freddie LaByer mercially with not more than three
II Tampa.Mr. pending a few week on a trip I,are spending two weeks at the cane poles in county of legal residence -
I PersonalsCharles ] and :Mr*. Sam Rich and to the West. They spent several I Florida Youth Conservation CampIn I except In Fish Management enjoyRAMBLER'S'SAySNGEST
son., Hayward and Billy spent the days In Las Vegas and are planning the Ocala National Forest. areas after July 1, 1963 ,
4th of July holiday visiting friends to spend the rest of the time I I
and relatives" Bradenton. In San Francisco. Their daugher I
Leslie Miller of Mae Miss Constance Biblerstein of Ton, Is visiting relalivtu in Homestead
N sachusette Institute of Technology Charlotte N.C. is visiting Mr. and during their absence.
,I Lexington, visited a :few days with Mrs. Eugene Fuller. Since her arrival Mr and Mrs. G. H. Colemanleft
j, his mother, Mrs. Charles H. Mill last week, the Fullers have Saturday for a vacation visit
er, and his son Henry (Hank) made sightseeing trips to Fort My- win her parents. Mr and Mrs
who Is vacationing with his grand ers and West Palm Beach with J. A. Taylor in MarsSaU.! Texas ,1t
mother. Prof. Miller was en routeto their guest and with their daughter Mrs. I>J-
Puerto Rico Mrs. Lucille Hayden and ane Anderson and tamCy in East bid
Tonight and every night Is a daughters Claire and Letitla of Leasing Mich.
Bradenton visiting Mr. and RESTAURANT
good night to enjoy a delightfulmovie. are Mrs. J. E. Beardsley returned
Mrs. Sam Rich and family for a
adv Sunday from a visit of a few we'.ks
Mr and Mrs W. A. Davis Jr. I are week...:Mrs..ten.Mrs. Hayden and Mrs. Rich with her sisters, Mrs. L T. Nord- 'Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston
Davis McMakln and
I left Saturday for a week's vacation. Mildred Yale has returned lie and Mrs.
They are spending most of) other relatives at the NordUe home
from three weeks' vacation spent
h : It In Gainesville, where they went a anddaUfhterlnIaw. near Washington, D.C.
In Tallahassee visiting her son
r'; especially to see and study the Mrs :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sikes are on -
,,',, new and valuable collection: of Indian Mr. a vacation in New York City and '
Richard Yates and family.
I artifacts at the of for Canadian DAYS" BEGIN RIGHT
.; University; have tentative plans a NOW!
I Florida museum. Mr. and Mrs. O A. Anderson trip visiting In Toronto aodslPt.eee1nl1o
Kenny Davis spent the Fourthof have returned form a visit in CIncinnati Canada during their
July In Lake Placid with the Ohio, where they visited
Bill Dowden family who were vacationing her daughter, Mrs. Herman Linzer i stay.Mr.: and Mrs. Al Foster and children >
there. and son Joe Brandenburg They left this week for Tennesseefor
Miss Franky Smith and Miss also visited Niagara Falls. and a visit with relatives.Mr. EttJNT MOM TTJEa WED THVR FRI QA.T
points Interest In
Martha Davis of Cocoa Beach and Mrs. C M. Pirkle left
were weekend of the lat and Mrs. Ronnie Langdon of
guests Tuesday to spend a week's vacation -
tel"'. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnsville. Penn., are spending in Lake Worth.
Davis. this week as guests of Mr. and Mri. t) RamblerAmerlcan"220"Two54034
Sermon Dyess. The two couples Miss Lorraine Dunaway of Pa-
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bembry, hokee accompanied her mother of MONTH
are spending a few days at Fort! of six."Car the Year"quality.
:Mr. and Mrs. William Parrish and Myers Beach. Mrs. F L. Dunaway to Lake Placid
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sparks, enjoyed where they spent; the holiday
a cruise of Nassau and other Miss Betty; Stengel of West Palm weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. L, "
i B. W. I. Islands Beach spent the weekend visiting arX.US. Rambler American 440"
during the long C. Parker and family who are vacationing '
Misses Charlene and Ruth Jones. ?- vertible-America's
weekend.Mr. there. Also visiting there ?, -v Con$5122
The three were guests of :Mr. and! priced convertible with
and Mrs. J. W Clark, Nan were Mr and Mrs. R. S. Dui:away *
and Mark Clark, Tommy and Terry Mrs. J. C. Jones and famky la of Felda and Mr. and Mrs. TL top standard equipment'.
Moore, win leave Saturday for Moore Haven Saturday celebratingthe i 3'Bannon and children Steve and
a vacation trip to California. They birthdays of :Mr. Jones and of Sonja of La Belle.
will visit Mrs. Moore'. mother and another daughter Mrs. Idral -
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. B. Owens, RamblerAmerlan"330"Four. m 4*
will enjoy sight seeing en route. Bowen. Johnnie and Kay Owens were vis- Door Sedan gives you full farni- */% 9if 79
:Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Moron .
torn In Deerfleld Beach on Thurs- 1141 ly room, ample space for lug- PER
left Tuesday for Laverne. Ala. to and family were in Miami Fridayto day and Friday. Beautiful interiors am MONTH*
I" visit relatives of Mrs. Parrish during visit friends who arrived last Mrs. Jerry Cross of Laurel, gage
their vacation. week from Cuba and were leaving Maryland visited her parents Mr.
Mr. and :Mrs W. A. Davis Sr. over the weekend for New York, and Mrs. R. S. Dunaway for several A
recently returned from Offerman. where they will reside. days recently and returned ru1 -
) Ga. where they visited his brother, Miss Evelyn Lee left by plane home last Thursday. : RamblerAm.rlcan"33Q"Two$4678
Melvin Davis and family. Accompanying Monday from Miami for Bermuda, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare and .
them on the trip was Mr. where Is spending a three week's son, Bobby left Sunday for Daytona tJ.L Travel Rack standard. ir
Beach. Mr. and Mrs L. C.
Renfroe of Fitzgerald Ga., will
meet the Hares there and Mrs. : "
Rambler American! (4Q"
NOTICE Hare will accompany them home r top with 125.hp Six got Hard$4668
for a week or ten day visit m # '
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pape spent mpg of aj cars in ill!| II'
Closing Temporarily the weekend at Hawthorne with 1963 Mobil Economy Run.

Mrs. Pape's mother. Mr. rape
% All Watch Repairs Must Be will spend this week at Daytona

; Picked Up By Saturday, August 3 1 Pape Beach remains attending with school her, while mother.Mrs..I Year's highest trade-ins! America' obviously better Get all Rambler's extra values-plus our extra-high
values! These when trade-in allowance-now during in
are "Savingest Days" your pres- "Savlngest Days"
:Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fountain of
BERT TURNER Watchmaker 3ewiston and her sister Mrs. R. ent car Is worth most in trade for any new Rambler. Rambler's Trade Parade. Come In today! \

Yr Sugar Mm Road E. Jordan of Moore Haven lefty "' --"' -"--"--"_"" m.u?"> ._"" -" JOIN THE
-.#* > plane Monday for Alaska. Following *.M...rtii.-se--_..a...-....N.....tr..y" u.oat..11<. ..., RAMBLER'
r tmHm{-** **, ***KH..M < PMAOETO
j a brief visit in Chicagowith
a cousin: the sisters will fly ?
< to Anchorage travel by train to BEMBRY UMBtE MOTORS
Mt. KInley National Park and onto
Roast Young Tender Tom Turkey Fairbanks. They will visit Mrs

fountain's son. Capt Frank P. 321 E. Sugarland Highway Clcwuton Florida
Harben and family at Eileen AFB, ,
with Southern Dressing Alaska where he Is stationed as I
resident auditor. Numerous --
Giblet Gravy Cranberry Sauce trips are planned from the
various stops. The return trip is
Mashed Potatoes Garden Peas scheduled by Seattle Washington
where they will visit Mr. and Mrs .
Hot Dinner Rolls Charles Anderson.Mr. .
and Mrs. Buren Hall returned DISCOVER
home Saturday from a two
1 weeks vacation with relatives la

; I -S8t 98* Tennessee; I
,1 Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Baker of
Tampa visited Mrs. C. H. Miller
over the weekend. Mrs. Baker is
r Mrs Miller's sister. A NEW WORLDRight
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Millar and
Thrifty Breakfast sons spent the holiday weekend
sightseeing and fishing tthe Florida

One egg, grits, toast, coffee '. . 34(5( Keys. ,
Mrs. Wilson Boyette and family, in Your Own Home
of Lakeland visited her mother
Fountain Special Mrs. W. O. Morgan last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clark and

,; "Blennd" (Orange & Lemon) 6-oz. .. 3 family left last week for a vacation with
with relatives in Georgia and v
South Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs Carl Thomas art
visiting relatives .In Georgia this
Thrifty Drug week. Air
Wayne Morgan a student at the Conditioning
Medical School of Technology In I
0 tflmal, spent the weekend visiting i
ib! parents Mr. and Mrs. W. OMorgan. .

r--I PURINA HEALTH AIDS returned Mr. and from Mrs. Danny their Arthur honeymoon have Cool, Restful, Clean, Air Conditioning will

and are at home at the Waldron

a shitin, !' diau" (lo Apartments. ,
againT ie : '
:Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Davis returned -

trip Monday to Mariana night from visiting a vacation relatives -- save. labor (less cleaning), tempers (no

They returned via Melbournefor

Cattlemen. Mrs.a W.visit J. Leonard with their and family daughter hea -f rayed nerves) and it costs less thanE ( I Iyouthink.

don't let files Miss Sandra Bell spent the holt
day weekend with Mr and Mrs.
1 slow gains R. G. Cassady in Tavares. t 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. Al Peters and

cost daughter Frances, of Philadelphia&YSTAL
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bother.cattle slow gains; may contaminate teed, and spread aft_ "p 'I! BETTER YOU FEEL

I'I'A small investment' In 1rJ,
fly control lUre to pay Wg dividends : '
Cattle fed in Purina approved DemonstratioN! are protected Fri. Sat. Sun. Moo. Tues. ) .
by Purina Research: killers that kill dies like magic. July ia IS 14 IS 16
Reaearch tests ahow fly control pays for itself many time Electric
i over in added pounds of gain. Special Prices nil ShoW Only v. : & Water Department .

s Nods tht time to see your Purina Dealer for effective, easy.q CHILDREN -.' 40c
q to-use, economical PUrina Fly Killen. They're built to control -
t fly-time problem in your feedlott or on range. "Savage'Sam"

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Susie Hemphill Becomes scolloped sleeves, The front of the I Engagement Announced CJewlston, Fla THE LEWISTON NEWS Page Five
skirt was a lace panel with a bouffant I Thursday, July 11, 19113
back falling a chapel train. I v
Bride Of Allen Blauser Sunday Her bouffant veil was attached to I Stork Shower Honors The medical school also has responsibilities -
a crown of pearls She carried a I I r :: which Include financial I

doubfc-rin ceremony at The blrde, ta white braided satin basket with I Mrs Chris DuncanA aid, advice, counseling: and

\ r. ii o'clock Sunday. JuJy; Church : Mrs, John D, Hemphill the daughter of Lake! of Stephenotes.centered with minature an orchid.carnations Mrs Le-I '. b I stork shower honoring Mrs I' hc'p The! on woman personal student problems must be ,\ I ,I,r
Hake Barter Methodist Harbor The bridegroom Is Chris Duncan held at the First 'I '.
the was
became the of Mr. son Land Plank, sister of the brIde,was shown that it is possible to combine -
Hemphill and
ffl'TswIe! Mrs Ralph Blauser of matron of honor. Baptist Church Fellowship Hall on matrimony and medicine sensibly
Sec Theodore Allen Blauser Ocala. She I Monday night July 8th. I and realistically
wore a street length, moss
uncle of the bride Rev E. Mr. Osborne McKay of Tampa green dress of silk The table was decorated: with I ,,,
The over
Osborne McKay of Tampa, officiated was pianist and a brother of the taffeta of the same color She car I yellow hibiscus by the hostesses, CONSIDERED RESIDENTS ,
and vows were exchanged bride Jack HemphlU. sang "Whl- ried Mesdames C. H. Jones, Ross La- t
an old-fashioned
basket with Citizens of the United States who
banked with palms, they Thou Goest. and I Ford W. R. Wlmber-
Ralph ,
before an altar "The Lord pink glade and carnations Bridesmaid Byer have resided within Florida continuously '\
arrangement of plllit ,lads, Prayer. Miss Jante Lee wore pink, 11. for a period of six months )
I-SlSnt carnations with fern The bride, Games were enjoyed and refreshments 'w'
pink given In marriage made the same as the matron of Immediately preceding application '
the center flanked by two ** her brother, honor of punch, cake and .
? Ia wore a floor length and her flowers were Identi- for fishing license are consdered:
candelabra with pink candler. gown of silk organza over taffeta cal |I nuts were served to those present.HEALTH residents. ;
sprays of pds aDd carnations designed with bodice of Chantllly Junior bridesmaids Miss Audrey 1'

trimmed> the candelabra, lace Sebrlna neckline and short Mathis of Lake Harbor, Miss Jan- Sugarland Pharmacy ''f.,:
ice Blauser, sister
of the groom,
of Ocala and Miss Becky Priest PIZZA'f :
cousin of the bride, of Ocala, all I
wore pink silk, organza dresses YU 2.3311': {
similar to the bridesmaid's and roPlcI/ ,

others.carried baskets identical to the \

Jim Blauser of Ocala, was his A Strtic* of Your Doctor ol Medicine,
brother's best man. Ushers were Your Local Utdinl Society and "'. z
I florid Medical AeaudorWOMEN 17..t
Ralph *
Blauser brother of the
groom, and LeLand Plank brotherinlaw IN MEDICINEIn w
I I of the bride. Junior usher the Soviet Union many persona
and candle lighter was David have never seen a male physician, 17c I
I Johnson, nephew of the bnde.I and in this country there are many
I For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. people who have never seen a woman
Hemphill chose a blue linen sheath doctor. An estimated 75 per- A ROOM IN JUST
I with white accessories. Mrs. Blau cent of Russians physicians are women
ser wore a tucked, pink silk broadcloth while In the United States only I
SAVE NOW ON TIRES FOR with white accessories. Both six per cent are women. ,
wore orchid LUCILLE GUT
corsages.The Six per cent seems disproportionately 6 5
reception was held In the Mrs. Ned Guy of Clewiston. I low, according to Marlon Fay,
SAFER VACATION TRAVEL Sunday School building Mrs JD Guy-Cockram I The ceremony will be performed Phd, president and dean of the
HemphlU, Jr., was In charge of Mr. and Mrs Benny Guy of La- at the bride-elect's home In the Woman Medical College of Penn-
the bride's book. Those servingwere Belle announce the engagement Palm Heights section of LaBelle sylvania In Philadelphia Dr. Fay 2 HoursLfI.LAEt
e Mrs Nathon Bolton, Mrs. and approaching wedding of their on Friday, July 12 at 8:00: p.m. is concerned about the small num- ,
Maurice Bailey Mrs. Marvin Lee, daughter, Miss Lucille Marie Guy Miss Guy graduated from La- ber of women in this country who
Mrs A. B. Mathls. Jr., HCrs. H. D. 'to Jackie Guy Cockram, son of Belle high school with the class. of are *.udylng medicine. Over a period with i
Merriam and Mrs Lloyd McKinley 1963 She was a member of Beta of 38 years, according 'to Dr. i I IC98
Club, secretary and treasurer of Fay, the percentage of women students INTERIOR' LATaxa..tlrl..all.
I The bride's table laid with lace her class during the four years of in our medical schools has .
cloth: over pink was centered with high school, a member of the library varied from a low in 1910 of four to =.. .:: '=
SAVE an arrangement of fern and tiny science class and of the Future a high of 94 In 1948 L.n. ...
U I' pink hibiscus! The three-tiered ORf Homemakers of America.Mr. Whether this is due to lack of opportunity ..... Nwet. :.
I wedding cake was served with Cockram graduated with for women, prejudice $
a I punch. the class of 1957, from the Fort against admitting female students, GAL
ORE3T Out-of-town guests were Rev. and Myers high school and served a or absence of Interest among women 4
Mrs E. O McKay, David, Peter, tour of duty with the armed forces themselves, no one seems to
and Paul of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs cars are Insured over seas. He is now employed by know. Apparent there is little prejudice Buy one gcfoweFREE '1
: John H. McKay Grace and John, with us than with the US. Sugar Corporation, In among admissions committees :
of Fort Lauderdale, Mr and Mrs. and the Hendry County
other season as borne out by the fact that AT MOtXTBA
I H F, Arnold Jane and Scott, of any company. Road and Bridge Department In 1960-61, better than one of every
I Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs Porter Find out why now I COSTAl
two women applicants were accepted -
I Priest and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Card of ThanksWe by medical schools.Dr. at your
Ralph Blauser<<, Mr.: and Mra. Dea- AbnerVann wish to express our sincere Fay believes high school age
ton Andersw and Mr and Mrs : } thanks to the members of the''' is the best time for planning, pre- gMgelSTOM t
John D. Hemphill, Jr, an of Ocala.
professional courses, and that the
Church of God and our many
Mrs. Blauser changed to a light I' i friends for'the prayers and beautiful field of medicine should be attractively :-
I blue linen dress with white 2.59711 Fuller'sCountry
accessories -
with other
presented along
YU flowers tent to her during the
: tot their trip to Niagara death of our sister Rosa Croons possible!. careers. If a girl Is accepted
NYLONALLWEAT1LE1V142ft' Falls, New York, They will reside ,
for medical school, Dr. Fay Store 'I
!la Mitter, Georgia
In Lake Harbor after July IT. STATH PARMr" l I says, she must realize her responsibility
.SM...Ofncti..CMwIty''-c. ....L MR. AND MRS. J, E., DAVIDSON to "enlist for the duration" dewlston Phone YU 2-321 I

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Not Seconds .Not Netreadstfor' Mrs MarjorIe Herring became: '. 'e. '.i '

the bride d Curvln S Martin In a
84ts simple ceremony performed Sunday -
afternoon at three o'clock: at For dependable gasolines era as today' roads and Carl And service a*
4>o the Community Presbyterian convenient.your supermarket!For power that
Church Rev Henry H. Ford, pastor from three '
.wide awake service fiU your car choose Standard gasoline
officiated with only membersof ..
Dixie's favorite for three
Pies tax and.4 oM urn off your tor the Immediate family and ;
Has TUFSYNI. friends attending STANDARD STANDS OUT Crown Extra Crown and Economy Crown gaso
new long mileage
The' bride, dressed in a pink lines offer all the power your car can use-and nota

Goodyear's tougher,more durable synthetic lace dress with white:accessories, Dixie' ID-sign.. that big, familiar Standard nickel wasted! Stop in today for long'running ,

specially developed:and processed for use in was 'attended as matron by of Mrs.honor Dean Homer Holland sign in clean red, white, and blue. Every day Standard fuels, wide-awake Standard ..ervice"t

Goodyear tires. Toughest rubber ever known! Hand served' as best man. more motori/sU/ discover it means fuels!! as mod STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) 1.
Mrs. Martin, the daughter of ,
Mrs. Pauline Hand, li a graduateof
Clewiston High School and is
presently employed at the First

Bank of Clewiston. : j.
Mr. Mania Is a native of Lancaster -
County, Penn? and is presently J
Department of the U. S. Sugar .

Corporation.After ,,
returning from a honey-
Bill Norman moon to the east coast they will 1 i
reside on the former Bixby property -
on US 27 West. ,

119 Bond St. Ph. YU 2-4221 Yes, Martha, Jhere are two kindsof red
secrets: One not worth keepingand .
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II Thursday July 11, 1963 1. FRANK TILLIS
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VFW Commander Don Evans Walter Deters, O. C Phone 924-5660 Pahokee, Fla.

Booker. Representing Howtll "Wilmoth & Associates

Names CommitteesCommander Honor Guard: 205 Worth Ave.. Palm Beach
Chairman: W. L. (Buck) Bran 'rf
John E. "Bud" icy Jr.Buddy. O MORTGAGE LOANSAt

:' Whldden of the Hawkas-Kfrk-Gordon Poppy Commltee: Interest Rates You Can Afford

Post 4185 of the Veteran of Chairman: Gene Qawson. ACREAGE RANCHES FARMS

Foreign Wars presided at his first Building Committee: RESIDENTIAL' COMMERCIAL
meeting Monday night Chairman: Walker F. Nail. LeRoy -
Business transacted Included endorsing Hare C. E. Bobbins.: a O MORTGAGE INSURANCEYour

the membership applica- Hospital Program: Business is Appreciated
tion of Don Strickland and appointing Chairman: William 0. Bass.
the following committees for Grounds Committee: t -
the year 1963-64: Chairman: Walter Deters, LeoA. -I
Membership Committee. : ThIelen, Tom Akin. -
Chairman: Senior Vice Commander -

Harry Brassell. LOW DOWN PAYMENT
Youth Activities: I
Chairman: Junior Vice Commander Boys in ServiceWarren ,

Richard Earl S J
) Krledler
Dyes. Brown ton of Mr. and i--t Used Trailers

j i.;! Americanism: Mr. G. H. Brown, left Tuesday HOT 8x27 ................ $995.00
Chairman: John C. Gaylor. Miami from where he was flownto

,. : Community Service: San Antonio by the U. S. Air _____Ju 8x37 ................ $1095.00
Chairman: John D. Belcher, Joe Force. Warren recently enlisted In

Hall Richard G. Mattson. the USAF and was assigned for MEMBERS OF THE CLEWISTON SPLASHETTES who directed the program Misses Joy Crawford 3 bedroom 10 wide, 1962.

House Committee: basic training at Lackland Air I who presented Christmas in July at the Fare Gnthrie Terry Moore Donna Morrt-

Chairman: Henry :Keechl, Sr., Force Base. C. S. Mott Swimming Pool last Tuesday night son Quits Masslna( Bobble Waters Jean Gray 35' to 55' new 10 wides

are. front row Elisabeth. Bishop; second row Elllncton and Debra Comrle. Gene Fuller a* and low
e left to right, Misses Judy Brantley. Patsy Car- Santa Clans Is standing behind the group.STAFF Low down payment payments.

I rlthers. Mary Ann Miller Kay Turner and Ginna PHOTO.

Fare Sexton third row Mrs. Patsy Carlton 10 wides start at $3500.

I "it can get you into trouble and

1 ;; ONLY CARAT WAC Officer Near Trooper Tampa Injured i a wreck.The Patrol" said that for night WORCEL MOBILE HOMES

riding, bikes should be equippedwith
Program in visible
a white light the front
Trooper Carl Williams, formerlyof 4390 Palm Beach Blvd. Ft. Myers
for at least 300 feet and a red
Moore Haven was stabbed and
l LadiesCORAL beaten In the line of duty; last reflector or a red light on the rear Main Office 1130 N. Trail jut
also visible for at !least 300 feet
Wednesday night near Tampa.
ITS Motorists were cautioned to be North of Edison Bridge
GABLES JULY S. Williams, wbo lived in Moore
the watch out for youthful bicycle :
1963 Ladles quality. throughout Haven and worked Glades and on ;
riders and give them the
the United States are competing Hendry county; for nearly six years
this month for a limited number stopped a small sports car for a brakes while driving I
"With school bicycle riders
LOW PRICE of spaces In the September speeding! violation. While talkingto out
at unusual times from
class for Women's Army Corps officers Francis: B. Proveaux ,19, driverof may appear
almost out of nowhere and at locations
according to WAC :Recruiter !the car Robert S. Boles, 22,
Staff Sergeant Shlrlee Gardi-- leaped from /the car and struck where you would"ordinarilynot HOMESOlympia
expect to see them, said the MODEL
Williams on the head with a son
nIer.The Patrol.
WITH program Is open only to drink bottle. The men beat Will-
those ladles who have Impeccable lams about the face with their fists
personal and scholastic records and in the scuffle Williams suffered I New Resident Buying and Alverdez Avenues

are not less than 20 years of age a fractured skull, stab round in Offices for
nor more than 31, and who are the chest and possible ruptured CtIf I Royal'sThe New 2 or 3 Bedroom Homes from
I general offices of Royal'sDept
graduates of an accredited collegeor drum
; 5YEARWARRANTY. university. Sergeant Gardinier Proveaux was later arrested by Stores are proud to announce -

sheriffs deputies at his borne in their recent membershipin $350 DOWNApprox.
said.While be either one of the oldest and largest
applicants may Tampa following a struggle which
resident offices in the U.S.,
married or single upon entry Into required officers to shoot him in "
"Felix Lillenthal ft Co of New
the service none may have dependents the leg Boles was also arrested
I under 19 years of age. and the two have been charged York CJty.I ; $70. Per Month
The Lillenthal Co. has over 120 .
Each applicant must be either a with stabbing and beating a Florida .
buying specialists who buy full
citizen of the United States or Highway Patrolman.
I time for their member stores.
have filed a letter of Intent to be- Williams was very well known' These buyers purchase a mutttude! Built by Kendall Construction Co.
1 come one.Among. in the area and his friends
many of items ranging from ladles coat,
VALIANT the qualifications for the I will be glad to know that is off of dresses, & sportswear to a full West Palm Beach Phone JU 5-1771
program are high physical the critical list and has returnedto line of fabrics.
and moral standard, and a security : his home for convalesence.
1 \ screening. Because of the George Dupere bead buyer atRoyal' Shown by appointment, call

.,.stats', "Glades residents! ,
amount of processing required .
Sergeant Gardinier has stated she OEEicer'Urge starting this fall will be able to J. E. Beardsley Sales Agent
of the New York fashions
desires all applications M soon a* see many
possible but not later than July Bike only three to four days after Clewiston Phone YU 2-7501
H 8 20. their showing because of our on-
tbe-scene resident New York buy.era"
i Accepted applicant will be entered The summer increase in bicycle .
,. upon a two years period of riding today brought a reminder
s15111a1 py With over $800,000,000 in annual
lieutenants in the Women'sArmy
duty as from the Clewiston Police Dept.
sales the resident buying office
Corps, and will attend an and Florida Highway Patrol thata
and Royal's, working close together
i 18-week Officer Orientation Courseat bike is a vehicle Just like the car
the Women' Army Center Fort will offer customers the latest "
and its rider should observe certain *
A McClellan Alabama In September. safety laws and rules. fashions at the most pleasing

Following graduation from tMcour.e. "Remember the bicycle is a vehicle prime
PAA each will work as an executive and should follow vehicle
In personnel, education, laws" said the chief of police Wen Glades Roofing Co. One Hundred Foot

mmmunlcatlons! recreation, IntelIgence dell Whaley. "B t c y c 1 e riders AD Types of Roof sad
Check the cars In Valiant's price class. None of or administration In the should use the proper hand signals Sheet Metal Work

them' offer a warranty as long as Valiant's yearsor Army. Each will receive the full when turning, they should I New Constraetton Jobs orKepalr CORNER APARTMENT SITE
of their rank from the day
pay obey all traffic control lights and
50,000 miles. And Valiant prices start lower they enter. This amounts to a min signs, and they should ride on the Phone 2.7111

than nine out of ten American compacts, too. So imum of $278 per month. Each right band aide of the road." I Day or Evenings North of HighwayBoth
receive $300 cash allowance :
will a The officer said that the latter
1 for the best all-around value, get Valiant for '631 uniforms, I P. O. Box 1243CLEWISTON.
with which to purchase violation is one of the most :'requent.17 -I FLA.
1.:, and will have free medical and broken rules and reminded Streets Paved Sewer & Utilities
+Yo.r A.'llMrii.< yymdh.V.la.l' 0..1.11 Wunaty titlnt, tttMti to malarial' dental
care. I' ---
.r art wrknaaiMi"' M IMJ an has hwa ..,.,.. U ludidt pets npltomnt"' M
$ npdr oltluirt ckiri* hr nqilnd pirti w labor, hf I pars w H.ON ..Hu. All members of the United
$, Mckmr wua", ir,11 t, M U. aeu Mock. Awl nt l.t.101 l H<<.: tnauilulM. States Army receive a paid vaca- Off. 8441355Res Nothing else like this available.,
... lid Inttnul' puts (tntaflnf mini Hitck); NOw .....rtor. Ida kilt, tion of 30 days each :year and 8
....,.. .
(Islets (s.dedisp dust "ics\nu ul Hi IfliMiitiil Hi nu wk $|
Milan, provid.d Hw whlrt ... km unto si rMMMklr liltamli _dl.| have access to all post recreational VI 8-2682
to Ik* Plr, ...'II-V.HaIt CtrtlW Car bra wfdda, facilities. .
} Successful applicants will have

; TRUST THE HEN WHO SELL VALIANT I post exchange commissary will and J. E. BEARDSLEYREGISTERED
r officers' club privileges. Each Thurmond W. Knight
have the opportunity; to extend her

'Vt tour of active duty after the initial "Accredited Farm & Land Broker" Clewiston V Phone YU 2-7501
i BECK MOTORS two year period Is over and obtain

I retirement at the completion of 20 OFFICE i
Fhurmond Knight Realty.
;' years of active duty.; "Those who 2010 Arenas' E -
i Hwy. & San Benito Clewiston Fla. B.< '-. iu...n lleaei,
desire have opportunities for travelto
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vim Fear R. FI. RMerct Beach
foreign lands and advanced Advertising Doesn't Cost It Pays!IComplete'

military: and civilian education.
More Information and appointments

ATTENTION! may be to made see Sergeant by contacting Gardinier your

local: Army Recruiter Sergeant
First Class Donald W. Sandstedt at Line Of

Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK Room >, Gilmer Building Fort My- ,

ers, or call him at EDlson 7-0031
TO THE FUTURE AND there. His next visit to this area Building Material
,* July 23, when
v : will be on Tuesday
be will stop at the Glades County;
Democrat office in Moore Haven

from 10 am. to noon the Draft .
A A Low Cst Firm Mort aro... Board In derision from 1 to 1p.m
FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN then the LaBelle Post Office
) ,
Wm Forts Cash TsB from 3:30 to 4 p.m. p FOR LARGE OR SMALL
.fln se debit
: : Ftaaaee farm Improvements. *w bnfldlars. ymksM Bum '" CONCRETE JOBS OUR RADIO
wind machines mad Install
I Assist to purchase si a ....... gene er mak.Farchsjo Fresh water bream may be used .1. I *
I I I ) more land. I for bait only' by persons fishing U- V. Ii CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL
'" I f,; rroYlde capital funds for the farm enterprise with rod and reel or with not more j

. 'tl I' ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN I than three poles and lines but DELIVER YOUR NEEDS QUICKLY
I' I HAS ALL THESE! ADVANTAGES must be used whole and uncut

it i 1 1. Lswer payments.S. AND EFFICIENTLY. .
\ Longer terms lap to II years).
\1 I. Dependable service (serrtar Sfrlcnltar ttclnsrrelysine '
1117) Too Much Sun?
4. Fun prepayment prirfleres without penalty. .
I I (. shah ...vlee by local people familiar with Isssl tfrt-
i I *. i
t' If ws can be of service M yea please write or phono BOWLING"COOLFUN

i i I W. E. MAT. Mgr or DOTLE: E. ABBOTT Asst M r.

V ;i Federal Land Bank Associationof Hare Lumber and Ready Mix Inc.

Bradenton Glades Bowling Lanes

t PBONEI 9U20S1 BBADENTON. FLA. Route 80 South Call YUkon '2-4411 Haiti; St.-Clewutonr .

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representative will be at Cld- More Documentary thundal :July 11, 1983
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dent Store
Furniture each Friday Are RequiredBy i S
For parts .sales service atop in stamp tax, the attorney generalhas ] No Serious WrecksOn

CLASSIFIED: uun", Lon. Four or call YU 24721. tic New LawThe held In an opinionn.The Holiday Weekend
cents I -Bedroom with private tax on stock certificates has
I minimum per word per Insertion. 70 cem te I bath. Phone. 2- 881, W. E. set by been Increased from ten cents to, The Fourth of July weekend
charge; four insertions I Bailey 50 per cent Increase passed quietly; In Kendrycounty
tic very
for the documentary fifteen cents 1100 or fraction I
price of three. (the 1963 Legislature in per unmarred
by any
and ;
FOR RENTTrailer close 1,0 town. stamp tax charges became effective thereof Including when a certificate

- EEAL '$ era kitchen built In range Birch Suitable for Couple. Call YU 2.' July 1, according to State Is issued without face value. serious Traffic accidents.on the highway was

Unfinished steel cabinets Large living room and 6251 tic WAITRESS WANTED-Apply in Comptroller Ray E. Green. The lax on bonds, debentures and but law enforcement officer

* Wow house.. Will .ell as Is dining room. Carporte. dose to person. Canebrake Restaurant'i The comptroller said tho Increase certificates of Indebtedness blued heavy. remained, alert on patrol and

/Wet l to buyer speclflca- Clewiston Elementary school and tic covers all areas now sublet to. the in Florida will be fifteen cents per speeding was kept to a minimum
shopping. Luther Jones, Realtor tax and not just land or other 1100 or fraction thereof. The identical even
Exclusive m cMI .for Sale The long holiday!
eo US WANTED-Antique Organ Stool
:joDI. bedroom frame Ruby Kirk, associate, Belle Glade realty transactions as might have charge will be made on promissory records for fatal accidents la
1ORTHSIDE-5 and wash stand with marble let
i Phone WY 6-6358 or WY 6-2969 been indicated.Tax notes, written obligations
110,000. 2 bedroom frame evenings. Uc Call YU 3-2771 evenings lip>> on deeds and other Instruments to pay money, the assignment of some parts county of thankfully the country chalkedup
10RTHSIDE Hendry
FOR SALE relating to. lands was increased wakes or other compensation: and
$9,000. available DEMAND GREATER T H A N 1962 3 Star, NIMROD CAMP by the legislature from I the renewal of same This is also a perfect record.

\\CIEAGE.! NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 EVER for houses, acreage bustnesses. TRAILER. With spare tire and lOST & FOUND twenty cents to. thirty cents on true In connection with sales made Bite"In

1 ACRES home Hardwood We have customers wall wheel. Complete with Foam mattresses each $100 or fraction thereof of the under retail charge account services "Fite the

bath frame ID,. List your property. with us double sleeping bags, camp consideration, be said The same Incident to. sales which ar*: HUlsborough County the heal

raA HOMES In Broward, Palm .. E. Beardsle,. Ph. YU 2-750L pantry and cooking utensils. Coleman REWARD For the return of a rate Is In effect when the full net conditional: In character and th department ts directing "flto ,t

II fcch and .. variuei Uc gasoline stove and lantern, black Chilhuahua female cog. amount of the transaction la not which are not secured by mortgageor the bite" drive on roosquitos and

]! and prices Small cash FOR SALE 3500 acres muck folding tables, small Ice chest, !15 Answers to the name of Cookie shown 'the face of such deed, Instrument other pledge o: purchaser, except calling on householders and business

e. land on county: road en or part gaL water cooler Many extras Call YU 27258. Auglc or writing. that It would be on th* gross places to. eliminate mosquito

,rot), BENT Efficiencies and Attractive terms Sun Coast Realty, New paint canvas like new. Value, The comptroller explained that amount breeding places.Considering .

JMiU5e' ts available. Boynton Beach Fla. P. O. Box: $1250.00-will cell, $725.00 the attorney general has ruled that homeowners cooperation
aver I.oro vacant lots to select 1102. Phone 732-9005. July 18p Phone WYman 0-2720 JullSc PUBLIC NOTICE when property Is conveyed to. a 1150 MILLION BUSINESS equally Important with government

for all purposes. Various corporation In exchange for the Florida's fresh water sports dishing action In fogging, etc..
roJII Terms FOR SALE Wedding gown. Bal- noritu OK" ruHuo HKAHIU Issuance of a state number of has an estimated annual resource the director campaigns with this

\'ES'l'MENT rice" AND. INCOME erlna length. Size 15. S25.00. Call To All and Several The Property shares or the capital stock !b* value of at least 110 million slogan: "Won't you Flte the Bite-

PROPERTY: FOR RENTLive YU 2-3121. Julyllp Owner.ton, Fl-irlda of th, .and City thone of Clewls-other documentary stamp taxes due are dollar Just for :the Health of It,"

RENTAL. RecentCBS whom It measured by the or fixed valise
3B MONTHLY "Cool-Pack" auto air conditioner Buy concern par
construction, 825,000. You, and each of you, are hereby of the stock Issued unless It Is
but In
excellent condition
notified, pursuant to notion S (1C)
JQ TERM low interest farm On $20 A Week $19995 Installed "Chuck" Wells of Ordinance No. liS of geld City, made to appear then was other Harlem News

one, grove and ranch morb Now you can haveA Motor Co. YU 2-4501 Ite ately ath day do1u't: :,on A.U.Monday 1503:,,the at consideration for the stock in addItion

'j&ts, minimum 850,000. lovely roomA loud: o'clock In the evening of mid to the said conveyance.The ,
NEEDED FOR SALE 1964 Chevrolet Contact day or a* Boon thereafter I I
LISTINGS as the tax on bills of sales agreements
J. M. LANKFORD 3 meals private a bath day Bob Oveholt Jr., YU matter: can will b*hear beard objections, the City: of Commission all transfers of personal property Events and News Of Our Colored Community

lei. teal Estate Broker for as little as 24641. JuBJc nterested.prioni to the conHrina- and Interest therein will be MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor .
tlon of th tentative
Sugarland Highway apportionment fraction
530 East fifteen cents $100 or
120.00. a- week In a FOR SALE-a" portable TV la of cost of Sanitary d.w.r System, per Phone YU 2-7631
fire, Auto and General downtown I'b... number on., of the City of thereof. In this Instance where
Insurance I walking location distance within good condition. Pohne YU 26653Julttc, CI.w I.ton, of the special assess.menu outstanding shares of stock In a DRIVER COURSE laUd In Company A of the 3rd i
of proposed In
connection therewith
ltwlltnn, Fla. PH. vu 2-21M everything you need. ; and of said Urdlaauc Num Florida corporation are transferred IS UNDERWAYThe Armored Division's Medical Battalion ,

b.r III. in another state which transfers first driver education class in Germany, entered the I
NEW CBS house priced you are retired or 1958 Pathfinder Bald Sewer System, phase number,
Ot: know retiree who would House Trailer cash or terms one I. briefly and generally de.- are registered on transfer is underway at Harlem Academy'ssummer Army: In October 1955 and arrived I
to quick sale! With 3- Wt lots. appreciate knowing more Easy lift trailer hitch, complete rlbed a* a sanitary teweve coloctlon records a state other than Florida enrichment program overseas on this tour of duty; In I
2 large tile baths. Mod. treatment system for
bedroom write for full details with electric brake. 12 ft boat the buelneei district of laid City, such transfers of stock art DOt Herbert Burrows ts the teacher December 1961 1

2713 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers. and 7% HP Evinrude motor district ncompaaslna, the; school most of and the hospital business, subject to the Florida documentary and enrollment la being held to 30 The 26-year old soldier Is a 1955 I

Fla. itc Phone YU 2-3091. tic and such residences as are near to for each of the two classes be will, graduate of Harlem Academy: High

Real Estate he facilities. servingthe forea-olner. NOTICB OF IWTKlfTIOW' TO teach this summer. School In Clewlston, Florida.
FOR RENT FOR SALE 1960 I tt. A complete ana detailed deicilpllou REGISTER FICTITIOUS SAME In the will
-Large modern bed- Owens fiberglass system and lots and Each student course
room, kitchen, utilities telephoneand I boat with 80 hp Mercury foc'.. and parcels of \::4I affected Th that undersigned thy art conducting does hereby. a cer O** have 30 hours of class Instructionand : SPECIAL NOTICE I

Specials TV privileges. Phone 2-6191. electric motor with alternator and specification thereby are found In the plan and and 011 Retail and Wholesale' business six hours behind the wheeL An members of the Band Parents ,

evenings. Uo< trailer. Brand new windshield and for the ftn bjl.tI at* enalneers the- at Clewlston.of Florida CUwlston under Oil Coin the When be has completed the courseto dub are asked to. meet Thursday;

FOR SALE top. Motor has less than 100 hours City Clerk.Hall There In I the also office of the City fictitious*., and that name said firm I* competed, the satisfaction of the teacher night July 11, at 8:19: p.m. In the) l( II
RENT on sale anti
Bedroom In
private running time. Can be seen at 721 office the estimate and tentative of m.n'l: pereonswho** he will be given the standard eye school library. I I'
(Qtjrlots\ paved street, fenced, bath and private entrance. Gentleman I place o( residence areas I'
Cortez. Phone YU 2-7151 or YU apportionment of cost of such linprovment follows I check by a member of the FlocIda Mrs. J. S. Gajadha, president I

ell and pump, septic tank and Phone YU only.32801.308 E. Circle Drive, 3-2571. tic said lots, block a* between and; paresis the City of land and :a.IiisI: Highway Patrol. Those who I I

.pitio ion House Trailer 10' X tic and bald plane, specification>> estimate UI Each Bufarland' Hwy, pass the eye test will then be given CHURCH NEWS
55'Trailer included. Total 4-plece rattan cost apportionment of Clewlston, )'Ownership the regular test on the driver New Bethel AME
price are open to
FOR RENT Two bedroom puollo Inspection I
duplex ,suite dark finish, gold floral of CUwlston Oil Co,
City Hall
In drivingby Pastor
said office during handbook and on highway Ret. L. Holmes
MOO. and take over Trailer apartment Unfu fished. Inc.. I* a* follow!
May be f.brlc. zippered washable covers, all normal bum"".. boons I
Jerry L. Ralneyliardell the Highway Patrol and will Sunday School 9:30: Morning Wore :
; ,
CIt, Hall,
seen after 6
Terms to 512 South Atlantic foam
PVments. right parly., p.m. rubber cushions. $15959,
I Ralney. I
Ali '
objection ed- 7
to special assessmr.a to the get a certificate for the driver ship 10:55: ; Evening Worship
Intention to apply
It I
tic bulk financing available. Van Catbem' .a and teotatlTj our
00'oa U.S. J7 In heart of town .1 the round that they ai pportluncieut Clerk of the Circuit Court In and cuaiUon course.HARLEM p.m.; Rehearsals for Choirs Wednesday '
Custom are
Furniture and Upholstery. Florida to register -
Hndry County '
FOR RENT-Three bedroom on hums which for and Thursday nights respectively.
causal>> b
nth building on it Reasonable. unfurnished Jul iSo assessed .. properly. the laid name of Clewlston 011
house. Call .In.t property, or that of GRADUATENEW Invited to warship
YU 2-6881 they for Co. under the provision You are
can JuUSe NEW: SUPPLY OF SCRATCH- the passage are any or character default or of defect the or In ..P.oO: ., law of Florida, AotsIM1 TO FACULTYMrs. with us.

PADS are ready. News office. dinance or the plan and specifi 01 JERRT U BA1NETMARDEUi Emma Young has been
Frank Denmead FOK RENT-Furnished cabins and cations or estimate, void or voldalil U RAINKT
named teacher
whole or In part, or that of as a
blMtred Real Estate Broker YU trailers.21181.Johnson Fishing Camp ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS them. exceed the power of the any Cumsand eN Juno au 11, July 4. U, II, IHS Academy next ,term. She Is the

at YU 2-3421 tic Guaranteed919.95 down,. $1404 flied with the City Clerk atlor former Emma Dixon and a graduate Mrs. Lola BeganMrs. I

C the Mtowfar Associates FORtREN1t+ J mood 3" room fur per .mont ,LAKE" APPLIANCE.. before the time er adlournmaat! Urn Monica TO ,felDDKRS of the echooL. Lola Rogan pasted at her
JTANITA JOHNSON nlsbed apartment Phone CO., YU 2-71517 "tfo soinJ of said not meeting. anjaay of the for. Sealed: bids I will. be received by This brines the number of graduates home In Moore Haven Thursday II I It
21271.tfc mad :1 ** ."".IJ. he City of Clewlton. until 1:00 P M.E I
YD 3-1361 FOR SALE!: 1959 Volkswagen i *.'w| as waived. .8.T. on the Uth day of July, till., on the faculty to two. Sylvester ; July 4, 1963 Funeral services will r
CmoiX L. BENSON Camper In real good condition Inlly.Kindly\ ovrn'yar.eiroe ucoird- for the project hereinafter let Humphrey Is also a graduate be held Wednesday, July 10, 1963 I

YCM3M FOR RENT Trailers and Trail 27,000 miles. Phone YU 2-2891. tic CITY 01' CLICWI8TON, FLORIDA forth CONSTRUCTION OF1 PRO SHOP who has refjrstd M a teacher, at Bethel AME Church in Moore
er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer Fred C. 51k, Clerk BUILDING AT CLBW13TOM GOLF) Haven officiated by Rev. L. Holmes
Park Phone YU 2-2603. tic FOR SALE Parrakeets, $ .oo By Mart GVbb, OUKSB: CLKWISTON. FLORIDA. ,
..... : Deputy Clerk A set Of the Contract Document CLUB NEWS pastor New Bethel AME of
.......-.-.-.lill.----..--..-.- ............................., up. Mynah birds, African bvibirds CN July iTs 11, 1H1 tnd detailed Flan and Drawings The Young Women of New Bethel Clewiston.
monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet may be procured at the office of K
boarding. Thompson Wild Carroll Peacock Howarth L. Lewis AME Church Clewiston organized The remains will be shipped
r. Architects, 114 Royal Palm Wity, a Young Women's dub The purpose Thursday morning, July 11, to '
Animal Farm. Phone Yukon 2- crrvpr CLEWUTOJT' -\11\
NOTIce aim
Beach, Florida, and at the
BUSINESS 1238. tic OK E4IMLIZATIOW MBBTINO City Hall 1, 111 Commerclo Htreet.Clewleton of the club. to help beautify Charleston, S.C. for Interment ?' ;;;' i
DIRECTORY one Notice, firms I I. hereby given to all per- Florida, for a depnolt ol the church. Reddick Funeral Home In charge
and I
corporations having each set of the detailed
FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, property, real or personal, In the 'Han.OO and for Drawings. The ,15.00 isreturnable The group met at the home of of arrangements. 1
printed wills form for social security to City of c' M"on. Florid.. within tea (10) daw after Mrs. Minnie Willis for organization,
ii City
withholding and other de municipal taxation, that the bid date to those submlttlnc SAM COLEMAN
met with
Commission of th Rev. Holmes pastor I
WALDRON'SMEATS said City of bona fide bid and who return each I
BOTTLE'OR ductions. Box of 500. dewiiton CI.wl.ton has accepted the asweebyntheTai Detailed Plan and Drawlnir in them The .meeting opened with Mr. Sam Coleman passed away r

AND GROCERIES: News Office. : P Aesuoornwhichmoll rood condition.will be on Plans file at and the specifications le-. W. prayer and scripture.The Wednesday July S, 1963 at 3 p.m., I

AppliancesSalesService FOR SALE I. now open and available for In- Dodco Corp., and .0.0!, Plan Room., topic of discussion was "Co Belle Glade Hospital. 1'1 City Pjctlon of at. the. oftIu Hall resulaj\ : West Palm Beach, Vlorldn. operation" each person present :Funeral services: will be held ;:
Open 7 AJU. S P.M. "Vanguard" fiberglass Bids should be addressed tot Mayor ,
"Sports Fisher". With long mUi':.'... hours, and said City Com- City Council P. O. Box .IS, elaborated a few minutes on the Sunday July 14 t p.m. at Friendship :
: 'on win public I City of CUwlston Florida. Proposals"
August meetlnc topic. The pastor made mention Baptist Church.
SEVEN DAYS A WHEN haft, 50 HP Evi rude motor. n Monday, I 1IU t S:0 shall be In an opaque, sealed envelope -
POWER Electric starter and remote con- mathean soon iid marked "Bid for Pro Shop that we could discuss: a topic ai The deceased has resided In
GASCORPORATION bo at tihJ'cilJ Bulldlna" and shall bear the name each meeting. The following offU Clewlston since 1937 and had beena
roe Your Spur of Moment Picnics trols. White cushions: and top. Cowered ball, and .It as a Board of Boiiallsatlon of th* bidder. At the time Indicated
foredeck contains 2 bunks. for the purpose of hearing chow and In Indicated cers were elected: city employee; for the past eight

Four Miles East of Clewiston Windshield bead, running lights omplalnt In regard to and the] receiving value testimony th* bid will b* publicly; opened andread President,, Mrs. Mantle Willis; years.He -

many extras. Trailer equippedwith arty; real of personal, of a*any fixed prop.by Bid.aloud.which are Incomplete. Secretary Mrs. C T. Reddlck leaves to mourn his pssslna
CALL COLLECT Bare Beach electric winch. 11,000.00. he Tax Assessor, and for th* pur. balanced conditional or obscure, or Treasurer Mrs. Frankie Holmes, a devoted wife Mrs. Eddie Mae
bib equallengrtheteaseesment. ', and which contain irregularities: of any Reporter Mrs Taylor. Coleman two TommIe Lee
Bay WY 8--1521 Phone WYman 8-2720 Jul18c .1/11 for kind, or which do not comply v/lth ; sons
the year of late.s the contract documents, mil b* re Other young women of New Bethel Coleman, Clewiston; OUi Davis

/City FRED Clerk 0. lIKES J.d *.option reserve of .th the* Owner rightto I { AME are cordially: invited to Miami, Fla; mother and father,

Attention Cattlemen Services Olmuly reject any and all bids, and does come and place their membership Mrs. Fannie and Oliver Anderson,,
WANTEDICustomers Business 11, tiCS !not obligate or any itself other bld.Each t>> .accept thelowest on our roll. Tallassee. Ala., one sister Mrs. I

New Is the time to consolidate rJ3T5K! TO BIDDER' bid must b* accompaniedby Fannie Watson, Birmingham, Ala.;
rear debts with a long term fans ofTCtewl.tonowtelwwive. ? a certified eh**'*. or bid bond PERSONAL MENTIONMr. four brother',. Oliver and Henry I
from an aooeptable surety ,
bideCn'to company
.lean, low Interest rates, with HAVE LAWNMOWER Will traveL 5:00: P. M. EST July 15: ladle : :a't"na"t: of the Owner In an and Mrs. Robert Gamble, Anderson and Robert Coleman of I
NO Cheap prices. Ditch cutting, on the following equipment: 1*** than the of Moore Haven, and their houseguest Birmingham Ala., and Oscar Coleman I

EXPERIENCE Federal Land Bank hedge. trimming. Call Mark dark output Ono (1)0. to equl."t gallon per hour b has* leturned bid. This at check the tins or of bond awirl-will Mrs. Mlncy Moses, Sumter I Tallassee Ala.; live grandchildren

or Mickey Williams. YU 2-3211 or m.chln. for fogging Ins the ouutract and delivery dy the South Carolina were guests of Mr; and a host of relatives :

NECESSARY See er Write YU 3-1221. Jul 25p On* (1) 500ogallonrperrhoutrmachinerforequivalent successful bond. If a bidder bidder of fall Its performance to execute and Mrs. Earnest McCray the past and friends. '

W. .. MAr : :f the written agreement and furnish Saturday night The body will be laid to rest in I

Jordan & Pridgen NEED A WEDDING BIRTHDAY wlihr gasoline 1 oar LP oompiete within the required five days Performance following written bond The many friends of Rev. and Washington Memorial Cemetery, ,
Boa M< BaBdtagBradentea SHOWER GIFT See Rschel'adgett JM "nVfn ..
3IffiS : : :: eontrol notice of the award contract to him, VIrs. Leroy Holmes are delightedto Qewiston. Young's\ Harlem Funeral
: SERVICE STATION Florida. your TUPPERWAREdealer. andrpipe..with connection valve,*eoc. money payable on his bond or tentitled know that she is up and on the home In charge of arrangements. .; I i
- A member of your community ssry to operate properly check shall b* p.ld0 the
These machines to be Owner a* liquidated damages ther- go after being confined in Hendry
HDo>tT COUNTY -serving your oommUl t1. One (1) m. Complete for for General HospitalWe
itle & Phone YU S-IML Julyllp Bred F.O.H ct.WI.ton operation, and deity. Bidders will b* prepared to furn
: Abatract Co.DapUtaOng The City Commission 1'I0rlda. :l.h a 100% performance and payment are delighted to know that Hilton's Grocery
lie Abnraet.-rw. 1u1ll'lDM EVINRUDESales SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom right to accept the lowest ree.rver and best the bond for the full amount of Mrs. Johnnie. Mae Williams is retting
bid the contract, and the cost of the
& \ to reject any o. all bids comfortably and win be Groceries Fresh Meats
n.Plael' made. Complete line of CITY or bond shall b* Included In the base very
O.ONapytlg. drapery and slip cover fabrics. c. r. DI.I.CN.71 CLEWJSTON. bid proud to hear that she will soon Vegetables

Est. U4 Park Aver and ServiceNew Free estimates. Call YU 2-M3L Interim City Manager. CITY Leon OF CUWISTONBy Bembry, Mayor be able. to be discharged from Hen- Cold Drinks Essential Items
Box Ml C7T ire dry General We Appreciate Your Patronage
ldiN Van Cothern's Custom Furniture
0111" and Used Meters July 11, HIS 1I1, lilt
and Upholstery tic Mr. tad Mrs. Thwaien BUtesiIteyrleleis
lar Marine Hardware
rompt. Efficient BOYS IN SERVICE : )
Borne Parts sad Accessaries BLUM & SONY PLASTERINGVery
lilt HB Marine Safety Equipment Best Work Let Us Army Specialist Four Willie! L.

&of AUai aDd Phone TUkM S-S211 W. Save You Money P.... whose wife Joyce, lives on

:au 'al Palm Paltering, Simulated Stone AfrnditjonYour MUlsvffle Rd., Mayslandlng. N. J., I JULIA'S
R. E.
Giddens Stucco Free Estimate participated in a massive display BEAUTY .NOOKFor
Licensed and Insured
_ YO siitiprwc of missiles,, artillery and engineer That New Look
25 Years In Business
equipment in honor of President Tinting
Styling CntUag
3850 Lora Street ; '
Tampa Tribune John F. Kennedy's visit ,to Hanau He Appointments, I
Fort Myers. Fla. tic
Germany June 25.. Friday and Saturday ,
aid ED 7-0171 or OX .44874 Specialist Pass, a medical spec Mr*. Julia Rale*. Proprietor JI
': $29,9.95.installed
Ft. MyersNews LET US-Spray your home for any .- ,, I :
ii Press kind of pests. All work guaran ; : '

teed. Star Pest Control. R. D. :. in your ,carEASY '.
i Home Delivery fables, local service representative. ELITE GHOCERY'

W. O. CAMPBELL P. O. Box 805 Clewls ,

Phone 2-2791 ton. Julllp 'BUDGETPAYMENT PLAN. '

ATTENTIONProspective Groceries Fresh} Meats I School Snppljes I

HATHCOCK'SAUTO home buyers (or 1 1 Cold Drinks 'Clewiaton News I i

SALES A SERVICE commercial). I am seeking employment .BECKMOTORS; ,

EESTAUKANT A SERVICE can save you many 8$) Other Items t

ie'crewbfoA STATIONOPEN can handle planning V-an procedures .

i Nm and complete construction.: Phone YU 3-1301 For Information Call TO 21&1JIDADS ..
... TO 1-1Z01 ALL Write George Kendall Box T89.
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'1 Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston F1a.Ji. so manned that it gives almost enough eye damage to require the moon The comes moon between Is eclipsed earth officer munlcations; Lt James officer Walker COm.
I Thursday July 11, 1963 instantaneous Information. on everything medical treatment during an eclipse when and sun.the earth passes between it Evans finance officer-; WSrt.
We were that also flies.convinced that the Sun in 1961.glasses do not offer suffl-I and the sun.Wimmen. John Gaylor, WaDSPDrtatioQ MlSct.otc-!!

I IIr,j use of this equipment and the decisions clent protection, Wimmers said. said both will be ex- er; Al/e Jack Burt, operatl,
Publisher NORAD series of planetariumshows and
Reports on Trip concerning it are la the He recommended the s peclal plained in a The M/Sgt Hula O'Neal, COOrd.
hands of highly trained! dedicated glasses used by welders two at the museum. and programs Inator of civil: defense Results 1rUI
today extending be
Amerlciu who devote their lives thicknesses of fully exposed and announced in the near future.It .
; (This b. the fourth and final ar- ating the air corridor to Berlin; lations. The decisions are up to to the 'Job.Slogani developed film or glass thoroughly through the month will
ticle in series describing the he from Alaskan alert to the officers. 1 be held each Sunday at 2.30 3:15:
a came
operation -, of the North American Air, Montgomery expecting a peaceful We walked through the huge Fields are such a.; these "Powerfor ROBERT W. MILLER president and 4 p.m., and each Saturday at a lot of living to make I
Defense Commands NORAD existence after the tension of his rooms filled with computers; each Pea-:e'; 'Tea; ?* is Cur Fro- of the Southern Cross Astronomical 10:30: am. and 2 p.m. a home and a heck of a Jot of
By Beryl Bowden publisher of far North post Then last October computer contains 56,000 vacuum fession." Association: said mem- -Miami Herald.C.A.P. work to make a living
Glades and Hendry county weeklies in the Cuban crisis he remained in tubes 600,000 resistors 170,000 diodes These are tha mer concerned bers will man telescopes at the "sts HlWBIIIJUKXxBOWLfor! -
who was a member of a Florida the block-house for 18 days without, 7,200 pluggable unit components with keeping th* pease In 'hh,> (' Jy clence museum at 3280 S. Miami
Press Group making a two- leaving! and requires 919 miles of way which naj yet proved n'urka'.ue and may set up additional In- NEWSThe FUN
tour of NORAD headquarter and 123 miles of outside
day Inside
1 wiring -remaining stronger and more Beach
In a Battle Command Room struments at the Miami of the
at Colorado Springs and SAGE Each tuba is Clewlston Squadron
wiring. vacuum alert than the .
very similar to the Combat Operations enemy and Miami Shores public libraries."We'reinterestodof
system at Montgomery.) Center at NORAD headquar- Individually cooled to within 1' of We and they know there Civil Air Patrol was visited last in Comfort
I its 61' tolerance Here air conditioning will be no second chw Wednesday by Cal George Wall, COOL
tore General Judy and his staff "
The course Miller said "but and Ma Ver-
h press group made an overnight is a necessity because the Group Commander ]
1 stop for a close look at the monitor the entire southeastern equipment would generate enough there isn't too much to be non Sweet, Group Supply officer "Let's
Montgomery Air Defense Sector area. There 1 fa particular concern heat for 45 homes to keep them at learned from a partial eclipse. The two visiting officers of Group go Bowling tAil{
1 MOADS) where Semi-Automa- of course of anything that flies Eclipse to Hide The really spectacular effect Weekend
( a : 75' temperature in 20 below zero VIII held an inspection of the local
tic Ground Environment System near the Florida coasts. There is weather! will be visible only in the area I squadron at the home of Capt.
t (SAGE) is Installed This new electronic a classified. but variable line on the where the eclipse is total." 1 Wm. H. Doane. Glades Bowling Lanes
data-processing! system map beyond which any plane flying MOADS blockhouse is completely Half the Sun Thousands of scientists and, Members present for the Inspection
combines current detection techniques -, out from Cuba immediatelygets self-sustaining. Not only General tourists were getting set for the I were Capt. Doane commander Route 80 South
with the use of Ugh speed two U. S. planes as escort. Judy but 500 men could be main- big show In Alaska Canada and Lt. Information
In Rose Doane
MiamiAlmost ; __ _.,
General Judy says "They have a I _
electronic digital computers. tained and fed in the building for I! the northeastern tip of the U.S.
perfect right to fly international several weeks if necess.ary.Tha The moon's shadow will producean
The complex unimpressive
bait the sun will be
waters, but think it's good
we a artificial night lasting about
in exterior appearance-all building has its own air- hidden from Mlamlans July 20 as Seethe
idea to them that
keep reminding
these buildings are devoid of arch- ccnltioning, power plant,.cafeteria the moon passes between sun and two minutes. Flaming streamers
we are there"At of hydrogen gas normally invisible New 50 10 MARLETTE
l itectual flourishes. They are strictly end supply rooms. earth. x
functional blockhouses. Montgomery this SAGE building we watched its own air conditioning, power The eclipse of the sun will be In the full light of the sun Center Kitchen 2 Bedroom
was of special interest to the radar officers follow the plant cafeteria and supply:: rooms. total alone a strip 60 miles wide I will be seen reaching out thousands ,
us because it is here that Informa- blips on their own small screens. ,Like other NORAD units there From Anchorage Alaska to Bar of miles.110rlcUIDS.
tion from and about Florida and Each officer held a "Buck Rogers" is always a staff at work round the Harbor Maine. Down that narrow will bate a front Only $4,195.00
the waters surrounding it including type gun which he "shot" any clock and the commander or the path the moon's shadow will race eat for the next eclipse to be
Cuban Is first centered. deputy commander are on alert 24 eastward visible in the United States.
blip on which he wanted additional at 1,600 feet a second.
hours a day. It will be in 1970. and the stripof Includes delivery and set up.
General H. S. Judy met us as our information or identification. The In Miami astronomers here total darkness will
plane landed personally conductedour speed with which the computersand Two days of Intensive study of said Saturday, the sun will be Tallahassee and Jacksonville.cross On Display at
briefing and ata"ed11th us radar worked was. astounding. the North American Defense SYS- partly hidden for close to two
throughout the entire tour of the However as the officers pointed tem from behind the. scenes con- hours. In the meantime there will bean CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc.
the radar and vinced the. ]load of Florida eclipse' of the moon Dec. 30.
Installation. He Is a very person out to the group, The moon black-looking because Asolar ,
able general whose ]long recordof computers simply speed the inform press people that the Western hem- there will be no reflected eclipse such as that u.s. 67. CLEWISTON TO MM1
accomplishments Includes assistance ation; they can do nothing except isphere has In establishing and oper- relay information and make calcu electronic equipment so placed and earth-will seem to touch the up-

I per right edge of the sun at 4:09:

p.m.The Report of Condition of
dark blot will spread across
the sun until it reaches its maxi- "First Bank of Clewiston"of
mum coverage of 48.7 per cent at
5:09: p,m. The eclipse will end at Florida
6:03 p.m.EDWIN. Box 1237, Clewiston in the State

WIMMERS. astronomy at the close of business on June 29, 1963.
I % teacher at the Museum of Science ...
Ii i and Natural History said there ;
will be no noticeable change in the ASSETS

intensity of the daylight Cqshf balances with other banks and cash items

"Enoafh of the anal rays in process of collection _.__...nn.._._....... $ 430,60087
will be unobstructed to provide United States Government obligations, direct and
fun light in this part of
y guaranteed ......................................................... 4,069,616.78
rkF'.r the countryWimmers said
\ "There's also enough light to Obligations of States and political subdivisions .... 384,283,78
I, cause permanent damage to Other bonds notes and debentures (including .
JIL'I' I) the eyes of anyone who tries $ None securities of Federal agencies and
Kto watch the eclipse without corporations not guaranteed by U.S.) ............ None
I N w> wr 'proper safeguards."In Corporate stocks ((Including $ None stock of Fed-

Tokyo 537 persons suffered eral Reserve Bank) .............................................. None
Loans and discounts (Including $ No overdrafts) 1521686.45

Bank premises owned $69,563.95 furniture and
"'tTMtl+ .;o... fixtures $13,513,79 ._.__,........_.....,_.._ 83,077.74
",,(tl"..'''t'.n.\....\:' (Bank premises owned are subject to 9 None' .,:. r- '.
I.I t4Fo 10u: liens not assumed by bank) "

Real estate owned other than bank premises ........ None
-.A' Investments and other assets indirectly representing -

i Boots Guides Gas Ice bank premises or other real estate........... None
Fishing Tackle Supplies Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances

: outstanding ...........-................._....._......... M.n None
1'r"I' I /I I I'I Johnson'sFishing Other assets ......................_........_........................... 18,544.79
Camp '
TOTAL ASSETS ._.............................._...._..__..._ 6507810.41
Y I Clewiston. Fla.of .
j W /
\\v deposits of Individuals, partnerships ,

and corporations ........-._................................... '. a 3333061.40
t .' Time and savings deposits of individuals partnerships '

and corporations ................................ 779,619.01
I -. Deposits of United States Government (including

\ POStal savings) ..._................................._......* 419,765.18
Deposits of States and political subdivisions ....... 1354221.59.
7 Deposits of banks ...-...-...._.._....._._.__?. None
Certified and officers' checks etc. ........._..___ 26945.77

TOTAL DEPOSITS .................-...............................,.. 5913612.95
((0)) Total demand deposits ..__...._._...... 4947936.89
f (Ob) Total time and savings deposits _.._... $ 965,676.06
Mortgages or other liens $ None on bank pre-

mises and $ None on other real estate ..?..?... None
;i .. Rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed

.-' money .....-_-.-_-nrm......;:....... 1 None
Aeceptances executed by or for account of this

bank and outstanding ......?....._..... mm mn None
Other liabilities ,.".-............................_...._._...?. 94,197.46

TOTAL LIABILITIES ,-..---....._._..___...._ $6,007,810.41
I a a'/.


: ((0)) Common stock total par value. ._? $ 150000.00
(b) Preferred stock total par value ._... None ,
total retirable value $ None .._?.?. ; 150000.00
(c) Capital notes and debentures $ None

J -' Surplus .., ,. 225000.00
I I I. U.- Undivided profits --.,_.._____ ". 125000.00
Reserves (and retirement account for preferred .

6 capital) ,??----___._._.. None
tt ; lJ. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _. ,, 4 '<< 500.000,00I.
: CoraiY 700 Club Cdtrp* I. '

"I i t The hardest part about parking a Corvair/ is finding a nickel l MEMORANDA ,'\ '-

If..r: -.' Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities
That may boa slight overstatement, but such Jauutit1ie! rear. Why the rear? It gives Corvair extra traction and for other purposes (including notes and .\ ,,

: t ness comes easily when you're a Corvair owner. ,on any road surface. It provides a nearly fiat floor for bills rediscounted and securities sold with .' ;i*, ",
i i \ And you can usually back it up-as easily, as you more useable interior space. Best of all, It produces agreement to repurchase) __.___ 2.413.581J4
((0)) Loans shown
I .a: I i, : .can back up a Corvair.,You'll find yourself ( steering so light so responsive, you as above are after deductionof
i reserves of ___.. 36,185.10
doing that occasionally, if only to wonder why no other American-made
(b) Securities as shown above after
VC"jRADfN'TRAVit of it. are deductionof
II adjust the brakes-they're selfadjusting.That's car thought
valuation reserves of --,.. _.,._..
Corvair's engine Is also air cooled ire .. None
and that's ?
all there Is to it, a good EVROLET I, Mona Holland, AssIstant
might add which there's antifreeze Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly -
example of how delightfully easy.Corvair means no
: swear affirm) that this of
report condition
'..f is to own,drive and maintain. I I or water for you to add.Ever. of my knowledge fr. and belief 1 is true and correct to the best
But since 'we began by talking about All that pleasure from something I II ii
I i! 'driving, let's stick with that awhile. A TIME practical almost makes you think Corvair Correct ELBERT Attest: MONA HOLLAND
I 'I r large factor in the fun of driving a:. Is unique among American cars. WhIch'
.t (l', I ,Corvair is the location of its engine to AT YOUR CHEWOLETDEAIIRS': isn't surprising, because it sal : A.. V.L MOORMAN PARKINSON, Jr.. Directors

'q \; _' f. ;; CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVY II, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE"Chuck" 0 SEAL State of Florida, County of Hendry us:

; Sworn to and subscribed before{ me this 9th day of July,
\. 1963, and I hereby certify that I not officer director
am an L >or
; Ii of this bank.
; ? Wells Motor Company 1
My commission expires Jan. 20, 1967

a ;j W. Sugarland Hwy. \ Clewiston, Fla. YUkon 2-4501 Ley M. Doke Notary Public

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