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 25, 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
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"America's The Clewiston News i '

Walker Seeks Sweetest Town"VOLUME '!It 1'\

38 NUMBER 30 CLEWISTOfl.; FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1963 Retuin Postage Guaranteed. Sec. 343.3, P.M. Subscription 4.00 year

City Commission Seat d City Plans Growth In.Budget .

r Walker, Jr, qualified my services as a city: commissioner. l ld

JaB/ate, for city commission I am vitally Interested In our I

u.cite closing time Tuesday, public affairs and the operationsof

;> quallfYlnl period ended our city. I also hold to the belief r ri

Gtr fiJ.h candidate that we should create Interest !In

Sweats on which therpc0oa our city elections and jet as many Same Taxes

will be held Sept. 3. citizens as possible to register: and ;

three Incumbents Leon Bern go to the polls on election day.
JT Jr. and Fred When there are choices between -
& omusyfied and Mrl Sar- candidates
onthe ballots voters Providing increasing cervices for sidewalks, trash, garbage, lights,! system used. (Previous budgets
IM! as a canto take a ibgger
d E. Fountain vacation ection. interest in the el a growing population without increasing culverts, etc. provided $500 for auditing).

before leaving on a the tax mlllage has been The biggest single Increase is in An Increase of $3, was placedin

10 Alaska and a visit! with The city registration books are i a topic: of the city commission in the recreation department which the trash item, since the commissions

; Ions Out Frank Harben at now open lit City Hall during office their recent sessions making a tentative was raised from $22,060 to 828.- observed need for increasing

hours each day. They will closeon budget Monday night they 650. Here most of the Increase I.to is service of trash collection.
Rffitor sold yesterday: "I August 5th. REGISTRATION completed a budget totaling $233- provide for a major overhaul of
In ON THE t The city uniform item 1* $1,500
Due, no axe /to grind offering NOT QUALIFY COUNTY BOOKS DO 565 in the general fund and $486,835, the swimming pool machinery, including per year, and is new in the budget

A VOTER TO In the revenue fund, which will be some replacements, and this Uniforms for the
TAKE :year.
IN THE CITY EL- financed at the same 15.5 mills as for repainting! and repair of the
ECTION. employees were initiated during
Doll Exhibit last year's levy. pool Itself. the past year and the commission

Transfer of approximately $75,000 The Clewiston Public Llbary received er* fellt the service i* helpful to
from the City' Revenue Fund an additional $1,000 this
I Workman's residents in Identifying city: work-
[onite at Center Compo EXAMINING CHHOMATOGRArillC EQUIPMENT for.,the separationof (derived from electric and water year Increased use of the library era, particularly. when they are

Isotopes of hydrogen at the University of Tennessee's workihlp for sales' ) and the approximately resulted from city help lastyear working in the residential area.

A DoD Eihlblt! win be held toM Rates Going Up high school sophomore scientists are Pete McIntyre, III, ClewtiUn $95,000 which will be derived from which provided new books, Sidewalks and culvert each received -
Youth Cen- High School, taxes, will be supplemented by and ,the commissioners granted the I
at tie Weatberald (seated) and Dennis Arter, Cocoa Ilich School. Bockledje. increase of In the
under the auspices of the Hearing Is Set .-(U OF TENN. PHOTO). garbagr 4 license, fines and forfeiture library board'a request for additional an $1.000
budget little sidewalk has
v ; repair!
Recreation Department .v,,,M d other fees and charges funds this :year.
tiston Fuller, director: an- The National Council on Compensation to raise the total budget of An extra $1,000 is In the budget been done recently! and some work

Eugene that all dolls will tft catrd Insurance has filed a New Homes Duplex Boost Building $233,565. for auditing! over previous year'* 1* now been needed. Many new 1treet.I. t I"
have and being
opened are
Workmen's The funds derived from
l and tagged with identifying Compensation Insurance ., clgareftt budget; a new accounts system has and for
opened brings need
will be no mixup general rate revision with taxes Are marked for capital Improvement been installed and the fiscal budget
alert, 10 there the. State. Insurance Department and none are used for of the city now requires the culvert and street lights, etc. ,
onership. City Issues Permits Totaling $90,000Ten '
U The
first Doll Exhibit in dewls- j. jwiwin Larson, state Treasurer operation and maintenance. police item in the budget
| Qe and Insurance Commlsslner, The general fund budget is $26- shows an Increase of approximately .
staled last ;year, was a very: has building issued bythe Coleman. The have wID be 49'x $3.500 which will addle
,'and scheduled a hearing on the mIn permit, 2 00 greater than: last year's budget Amanda Faye Lucas cover "
tjsful event, an even for 10:30: A.M., Wednesday, City of dewlston during the 26 with a 12x11' garage and asbestos but most of the increase is. tkmal radio communications system .

attendance and partlspationEopected August 7 in House Room 307 in past four weeks, boosts the year's, roof. The cost will be $6,000 due to growth factors, which have if plans which have been under I I
Several Becomes
this ;year. very the Capitol Building in Tallahas construction total by; $89.878. New Additions building built Include: brought on additional needs for Citizen at 3 discussion between the city :
unusual dolls '
i 4! till and very homes account for four permits, $3,521 addition to the James Me- and the sheriff department and

i shown by their owners. Thetilt see.The filing proposes an increaseof a duplex for one, and additions to Phall home on San Juan Ave., lots Amanda Faye Lucas, three-year-; civil defense can: be materialized.. i
will be to the public old daughter of Mr. and Mr.
open 9.2 percent In the average overall existing homes for !the other four. 18, Ntt 17, blocked: C ..W. 011- James E. The plan has not been IcSopIIed' I. "
t the evening hours. level of manual rates. Heading the list of homes is a phant is contractor. BANKER SPEAKSTO naturalized Lucas, Jr., became a yet, but H is !hoped that the sheriff II
citizen of
the United
The 91 percent may be Increased CBS residence for C. H. (Chuck) $2.500 addition to the G. B. Rack States office and city police department' II
along with 138 otherre.i.
auhtQu a result of the revised Wells on lots 1, 2 and E% of 3, straw residence on E. Osceola Ave., dents can cooperate: in staffing radio II
Rotarians Plan in Miami
medical fee. schedule approved block 21, on Avenlda del Rio, at lot 4, block 173,'Bert Vinneau Is CIVIC CLUBS Amanda communication, which would' : also ",
Faye born in Bermuda
I by the Florida Industrial 922.000. Permit Sot constructionwas the holiday be available in emergencies through 1 I

dub "Exchange"f which goes into ef- Issued to Westberry and WaVdron. silo ldd1t1.oo.too; the home of T. C. Clark, assistant vicepeasl: wa naturalized the youngest and of the group being the civil: defense system. If this :

September I, 1963. A. R. Torbert. Sf., on South Atlantic dent and second In charge of the because of) her plan can be worked out the budget -! I
club 7OIDI'a& her
Plus tor the took
year were parents the
The rate changes will vary: and $100 enclosure Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta item will be available to provide -, !
led at Rotary Club's lunch- The house will be SO'xW 8" with ; porch oath for her. A boy, four, also became ,
meeting! at the Inn Monday. within each industry group, depending a 20'xlSVi' garage; the roof will bea lor Carl Anderson' home on East Jacksonville Branch, wu) guest a citizen at ,the tame time, needed for the city' '
on the volume and char built up marble chip uoof. I II Ventura completes the list of permits speaker at a Joint luncheon meeting The two participation.:
eldest t Carl Hornsby outlined young member of the
orpnlutlon! of the club, ando ,acter tion's of experience.In the particular. clarifica I Bill Saxon received a building issued during the four week of Klwanli and Lions Clubs, group: were interviewed and photographed ,
: permit for a home of CBS construction perlodFlorida'stSikes held at the Inn yesterday.Mr. .
( the four service chairmen Immediately following the
making the filing for rate
nested some of the plan for heavy: underwriting losses revision on lots 11, 19, block 342, : r Clark used a film to illustrate ceremonies, to climax a very exciting Trophy, Awarded I
house his talk the Federal Re- I
West Trinidad Street The on
day for both
:.Irw.Bormb7 Amanda
In Florida in 1(82 were cited. as Faye;
will be 64'4"x34' in sirs with a serve System. He explained the and her -
explained the chief fro the! cause: for increased: rate. 22x24 garage The permit estimates aim of the system was to providebeen.a" ,Mr. and Mrs. Lucas live 'Or 'Local VFW Post :
( of the Rotary International Increased cost of administeringWorkmen's on ; I
cost at 14600. credit through the banking cle! Drive and
Jiave been residents

(nudnt*ss fcr a win tort be of that"person of) assigning to per :foe lK>art of Compensation the tecreasThe *account. K.eanedyOIutirwUOQ.. : .,.Company i Ulis. De. JRe>: ,tystenx to care for the needs .f Oewiiton for erly" 'liar.!reach. At the DisWctl I meettog.otVtt.>4, .".. II
.received fot'c BS of a growing country.v 1<
permit Hale -
of hearing-. of vital importance employed by Ihe UTBTcwp* crams* orroreign Wars"on Sunday. I' '
exchange: .
good- .
messages lex for Mrs. Audrey Bowers dup-I The film showed come of the of Engineer ,,*
iffl ud thoughts throughout the : and all Interested parties lots 11, 12. blockk: 331. West Florida Congressman Bob Slke member banks of the federal reserve the Clewiston HawkinsKlrkCordon I I
i are urged to attend They will be Post was awarded a trophy far
w Tie dewlston dub will axe more Ave. The building will be bas established a new-record for system; and their leaders,

ad Wo with a club in the Ruhr they care to make, Mr. Larsen Myers Villas has a permit to serving in the United State Houseof the work of committees: and the relation On hand to receive the

ii Germany I stated construct a CBS home for J. D. Representatives.The conferences which analyze economic Bedroom in HomeA trophy were Past Commander Barney

Specific suggestions were for extol Clark on lot "10, block 148, Esp. previous record for the conditions of the various sections Bryan, Senior vice-commander: i I

*of club pictures, plans and Both Drivers ChargedIn eranza, at an estimated cost ofl state was aet in 1917 when the of the country and translate fire in the bedroom of the C Harry Brassen and Doug Percy j I

tins; of assigning members to 13000. The house will be 58' 8"x late Stephen M. Sparkman of Tam- them to meet the monetary F Meredith home on South Pacific The next district meeting1 will I

nwjpond with members of their Fender Wrinkling 30' in size with a l1 'x22' garage. pa retired from the House after needs.H. discovered during the family' absence be held in Clewiston on October 19 I

!on* classification in the other Both George A. Harper and Wm. E. O'Neal Is constructing 1-terms' and 22 yean of service T Vaughn, Krwanl programchairman at church Sunday morning, and 20. Plan are being made for I

'tub, and U possible to arrange a Barbara Ann Kllheeney were a CBS home for Wayne Hodges on I This record stood for 45-year, unto president of the U. S. destroyed two mattresses and did a dance and Cootie Scratch on Saturday

"Mwne I exchange of messages 'charged with careless: driving asa lot 8 block 426. Aztec Avenue. The the current session when Bikes Sugar Corporation and chairmanof other smoke damage estimated at October 19, and business I

twe' culbs, or even a personal ., result of an accident on East house is 32'x38' with a 12'x22' gar began his twelfth term, having 1 the board of directors of the a total of) $200. meetings! on Sunday for the Ladle I'I
'utt now served more than 23-year in Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Auxiliaries and the Post
Ventura Tuesday afternoon by age Estimated cost of construction The fire was discovered and reported of the 3rd t ,
A recorded message from the Ernie Simmons of the dewiston la $12,000.GuNts the Congress. I Jacksonville Branch, Introduced by next door neighbor Ernie District. t'

EoTr International president.Police Department Construction Co. Inc, has Elected to Congress in 1940 at the speaker G. N. PlUen, Klwanlspreseldent Simmons. Chairman Bill Bass bat announced !

.rtDa> all dubs to participate in According to the officer, Mrs. a building permit for a frame residence the age of 93, 'when Florida had I. presided. Mrs Meredith said it was : a fish fry, open to the public, twill

fiats program was played .Kljheeney wa traveling west on on lots 16 WH of 17, block only five Congressional teat, he I a cigarette was left burning pololiNe be held at the VFW Home I

*M 'Ventura at excessive speed and 354, Trindad. Avenue, for E. C. has seen the number of House when the family left for church, a* Saturday, July 27.Cost U $125 and \ ;
Harper pulled out from Nlekey Mats for the state climb to 12 to- Library Now Has she could think: of no other children under 12 will be admitted
risk's horn and struck the Ford lay. He became Dean of the :Florida for the cause tree :
fire. The
I New Games Books department responded

New Students J. Ray Jones. Damage Delegation in 1631.Elks .
owned by Elks Club Gives promptly! and extinguished! .
60 the Harper Oldsmobile and I. There are a number of books on the blaze. Clouds Obscure

Should Register Jones car: was estimated at $300 games and entertainment which ,

each. Special Dinner lave recently been placed on the Sun's EclipseClewiston '

,AD Ugh! school (students grades shelves among new books at the Hot Weather resident, along with ,

'* who haw not attended Clew- Bakers Purchase Saturday Night at the Elks dub dewlston Public Library Some of thousand of other South Florida .
*+ R4U Schools are requested will be a special treat for all these are i (COOL NIGHTS It folks, were denied a look at the
a Sister n soon as possible, Farrera HomeMr. and their wives. Gene Hough and Games for all Ages and How to Date un'. eclipse last low
"upervising Jimmy Nesbitt are furnishing Use them Wackerbarth. A complete Max Miss Rain hanging cloud vhlchablotkd
t Principal James and Mrs. Bill Baker ; + out
'I July 17 ....,,,,. 93
odoa purchased the home of Mr. and the frog legs, turtle, catfish hush- treasure chest of games and July 18 72 .55 tte passage of the moon over the '

J* Pinclpii'i office Is opened Urs. Ferrara on) Osceola and will puppies and swamp cabbage and activities for all ages and abilities. July 19 M n .13 face of the sun.
"ZUtiiUon home this invite all Elks and their milks* The Clubwoman's Entertainment -4 76 The rare '
every weekday into their new phenomenon
move July 20 .,., ,.. was via.
,,,, _
from to them for delicious meal Book A book to -n i 94 69 able .
: 9 to 12 o'clock., 'weekend. Join a -Brings. compiled elsewhere in .the ,
: world however
July 21 -
,. ,
II who attended school The Ferrara moved to Orlando The ".00 donation per plate meet certain definite needs for 70 and was studied i
July 22 closely by I,
\ ,,.
\at ,. P4
last will I to the Cub to Wit ? 74 -
defray occasions.
J ;rear are already last weekend and since that tune go many : :: cientijts from

184 Itred b Ib, term nils-I the Bakers have been renovating of preparing the food and other The Master Stunt Book Brings.A July July 23 24 _-?,.,,.,,, _, 90 95 71 Point, including planes many!rot vantage the upper I I

dcoming !the interior of the borne. expenses.: goldmine of entertainment materiaL 70 -, atmofDhera.- U '
b i.

Floyd Andrews Visits Cousin Dana At Smith.The Boys'Contains Entertainment skits! stunts Book, games County Asks I I

ghost stories, Indian stories, etc S.R.D. To

I A good source of material for

CONG BOB;SIXES youth groups and organizations. .

Coconut Grove Playhouse Saturday I The library has also placed on i.
Only 29 of the 435 member of !Its shelves a fine book which will Speed Bridge Site Work

I the House of Representatives have aid publicity chairmen of various

Ill and Mr. Floyd: Andrews of stars contains a biography, which drew* for the first time Is Invariably longer terms of service than hikes organizations.

1.i1at aDd their daughter, say In part: surprised that be should ever Florida has had 51 men to serve The Art of Publicity; StahL A Pushing to get the excavation it ".,.s.._ ....'n ..."..... ...1..16...... ._
Leslie 'have become an actor. Except for In the House of Representatives n un"
irL MuUeft of Miami and "The third eon of a Baptist mInister book designed for the person who work for the installation of) the f
A. 0. Walker, and Mr Wa1oq' . he has Comet long his resonant voice, which has a since becoming a state !in 1845 most take up the work of publicity Ft Denaud bridge underway at the The report. i I ?
South timbre, there Is noth- with only Rep. 'Sparkman having that the SRD board
Cacesut Bay, Ittended the way from the Baptist parsonage. without much previous. background.: earliest possible moment Commissioners took. their.
Grove Playhouse matinee Yet Dana fa till a preacher IOn tag about him that suggest* served *w long a* 11-term, although It gives a well-rounded view of the Harvard Parkinson R. request under advisement i I
yin, and affluence greasepaint and kJelg lights. He Is two other served SO-term t teemed: sympathetic with the
lUtef had t1\e pleuure of at heart Despite the material publicity field as a whole, while C. Kowllng and Oration George and Deed
: lrlth handsome, but In.a rugged, more, and another nine. and the request and promts- ,
f Dana Andreon, star with which Ms life is now at the same time it offers a description LaBeUe Chamber of Commerce ,
h ea.t romantic He, From 1845 to 1879 the state had I an answer at the next SRD '
f 1rbo fa a first cousin endowed, he U very much the than typically way/ of various technlquest notpreviously President Ken Curtis met with the meet*
J'IoIf + II entirely without affectation. And only one Representative, getting leg on August 9ta In Fort Myer
L tadrew,. Their father same young man whom the residents offered in this particular State Road Department official in
brotbers.a dozen Texas towns when the conversation turns to motion the second seat >In 1875 and a third Miami Yy ;,
of) half a manner A useful book tot those Tuesday
pictures, he fa usually the first in 1907. In 114, the'delegation Increased Draft
] :
'that nice-looking The Board On j
IdctWon remember a* engaged in publicity: either witha excavation work In the CaVoosahatchee N
.. Y\ait\ J'Jord to enJo1in) a pear Andrew boy who .an*. Hi tastst to change the subject . to four and In 1933 to five. commercial group or in a public at the bridge site Is Vacation '
: Andrews present.sukb are few. Except "Andrews is married to Mary A sixth member was added In Schedule
his service oraaJutlon.Swim a
are simple; : necessary preliminary to bund
It COusin ,th a family keep for an occasional major extravagance Todd of Santa Monica, whom hi. 1943 and two additional seat add leg the center: pier and the two end For this and the following! two

1ca Andrew"a. 'letter writers b y like: hi!* boats, whichhe met at the Pasadena Playhouse. ed in 1953. January 1963 saw the piers, said the commissioner. The weeks the office of Selective Serv
Miss Todd married Andrews on state add four new Mate for ice System in OewUton
his prefer to think of a* 'Invest.meat' a total RegistrationSet Central and Southern will be on
) Flood
a'thenf.thesshortltly af- are almost November 17. 1939 they have tdaughters w o of 12. Control vacation schedule Mr. Jane & i '
his expenses District
will do
home to and be lives easily Catherine, 20, and soBikes represent Florida' First for Saturday the excavating : -Little, clerk of the Belle Glade of..
-er begin his nonexistent and has let 'I
.. I 'chooI teacher ca within the few dollars parch] san, 15, and two sons David who Congressional District comprising: Registration for the third session Western a contract to Gee, will be in Clewiston today I i
and Contracting
It I :
:: dated 1 is married and lives In San Fran eight northwest Florida company for July 25. and
Ian. counties
of Tuesday July 10
td 11I0.. In the let out to him by hi!* business manager. swimming instruction: will the work, but apparently! Western : ,
... father sa/d deco, and Stephen 18. Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa Thursday, August I August '
be did not like Because as a youth be seldom be held Saturday, July 27. Classes will not be able to do the work immediately. Tuesday\
I ,. a career ('he tubes attended dance on which We father 'Andrews Is an even six feel Walton, Holmes, Washington Bay will begin on Tuesday, July :30: 0(I and Thursday,'August 8.

tt;, dame a Baptht mlnlsogram frowned his fox.. 'ot today Is and weighs 178 pounds. His hair and Gulf-formerly having represented according to Woody- CarruUvers, Hendry county officials The office in Oewfaton serves) w
and are brown. He has one 18 until the are try Local Board No. 42
unskilled and he eyes: redistrlcting assistant recreation director. tag to including: all
Ike.fen sister and six brothers, one of which went into effect this speed up work on the bridge of Glades and
1'Iae to spend his evening at year The Instructor noted that aH beginning by asking the Hendry counties 1
State Road
1Jat. -Calculated He 1* a devoted family man. whom fa Steve Forrest also an placed eight of them In a newly swimmer will have to to do the Department The regular clerk Mrs. Frances:
(111 excavating themselves
which Dana Andrew "A stranger meeting Dana An actor.'" created district register for the 9:00 a.m. class.: or get someone else to do, the M. Nail.following I Is oo two vacation weeks.Jimmy this and I

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.ltltt Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston Fla.13uruday structton of the course which was beach trip of the summer recrea-
and Van Civet, tion program dropped from 100 the
July 25, 1963 designed by Style
; golf course specialists.! first trip to 40 thta week. NOTICE
Sonny Sez I Brown and Turner Harris
Plans were announced for the Warren
The Clewiston News approaching wedding of Mla* Jam- went to Phllmont Scout CampIn
Large red roses to the umpiresof ye Carolyn Williams to Dr. Jennings New Mexico with a group of Closing Temporarily
> W. Ezelle, the ceremony to scouts from the area.
I "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewistonand baseball the Midget games and Few Junior people].League would take place in Lumpkin Ga. on CoL H W. Schull. U.s. district All Watch Repairs Must Be
r engineer, announced water discharge -
July 28.
Hendry County. take the abuse and heckling they L. C. Sturgeas Mr. and Mrs. W. through the Caloosahatchee Picked Up By Saturday, August 3
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, ClewUton get from players and fans lower the
I, Florida by The Clewiston News Inc., a Florida Corporation. plus four or five bourn work all C Prewitt and Miss Saundal Watson will start August 2 to
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927 at the Post for $2.50 a night They make mistakes made a boat trip to the Thousand lake level before hurricane sea BERT TURNER, WatchmakerSugar

t il Office in Clewlston! Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3. and we make mistakes, but Islands I'TWENTY son.Mary Fay Andrews and A. 0. Mill Road
L U879. right wrong they are the
,! or game
YEARS AGO Walker Jr of South Bay were
officials and their word "Is law"Again
NATIONAL EDITORIAL 0RIDq (From Clewiston News married in Valdsota, Ga.
lAsfocaiirSMJ.1MTM red roses! July S3, 1943)R. I Softball teams of the recreation ---,
p (P. S. Buren Hall to: now accepting
next M. Harris has been named programs in Clewiston! and LaBelle -
registrations for
.. ..
: -! -.11.1 defense played a short summer scheduleof
chairman of county
ACtiVE c; years officials should you de- the new
When take that
; vacation
i.\iM8tI\ council. games you trip let
of this lucuritlve
BERYL BOWDEN Publisher 'fi (y sire a portion us
C) Two 4-rear scholarships, awarded
8 H. STALLS Managing Editor 1961 pay$5 by U.S. Sugar Corp amounting'

Subscription Rate .......... $4.00 per year Coq T10\\ The summer recreation- programhas to $500 per year, were vacant at Juvenile CourtCounselor
(Return Postage Guaranteed) reached the half-way mark the University of Florida. The
,, Telephone: Business find Editorial, YUkon 3.1201 and registration and attendance to scholarships were named to hon Back
; Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves much higher than last year. or Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, BELTS
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! While the program draws "fire" and Florida' first U.S. Senator, Jim Wright, counselor for the
THE NEWS assumes no responsibility for the return of oneollolUd from some quarters there are sew James D Wescott. Juvenile Courts of Hendry and
Manuscript or photographsTHH
) NEWS assumes no financial responsibility for typographical eral concrete facts that cannot be The Clewiston Observation Post Glades county, has recently com-
errors or ommlsslons In advertisement but If notified of such errors before denied. Prior to the swimming of the Ground Observer Corps was pleted a special summer course at
the next lesue of the paper will reprint I correctly that part of the in your car for the protection of yourself
advertisement In which the .rror ocourr.d. In the event a time element classes, summer took its toll in placed "on the alert" The post Florida State University In courses
would render the correction valueless. the News will reduce the priceof drowning! since the Inception was built of wood and consistedof relating to his work.
the advertisement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total and
pace as the erroneous omitted copy represented of the swimming pool, thousands' a tall tower with platform on The counselor is In the Courthouse your family.BECK .
of children have enjoyed supervised top. Volunteers manned ft scanning sub-office at Clewis ton each

i,. "We are blind until we see swimming, been taught how the skies to identify and re- Tuesday from 9 a.m. .till 4:30: p.m.
human to swim and life, saving no port all planes.
That in the plan
/summer tragedies A dollar and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach was bon-
Sales Tax Shows MOTORSPhone
Nothing! is worth the making cent value cannot be placed on a ores at several delightful parties
If tt does not make the man. life prior> to moving with her family Business Is GoodThe

The arts and crafts phase could to Detroit increase in sales tax reported -
Why build these cities glorious stand expansion, but this would W. O. Newland and sons of Benton to the state from Hendry YU 31301ATTENTION
if man, unbil d, goes? cost additional money. Howeverthe Harbor, Mich., were In Clew- county In June shows business .to
V it is conducted ston! for arranging to improve I' the period last
program as now a while up over same year.
{ In vainve build the world unless
I.; gives ;youngsters a chance to pasture land they purchased According to repgrt from the
; The. builder also arows use their creative ability, and you ''In Dlston Island Drainage District state 'comptroller's office Hendry

1; -EDWIN ZURKHAM would be surprised at the.talent county turned in 121.4 U3 in
some of them show. TEN TEAKS AGO sales tax: during June 1963; and
I j The baseball! program is running (From ClewUton News ,.17,738.11. during June the previous !

ji. Farm Accidents Hour smoother with better organzation July .23, 1133) year The reports cover. re- /
i. Every! than lnxthe past with over Mr and Mrs., Curtis Barnes of tail sales., in May. and Ranchers
UO boys between the ages of 8 Boston spent a couple of days here The sales tax over the state Farmers Cane Growers
I Farm accidents take one life each hour in the United States. and 17 participating, in 10 games i aboard their.50 foot yawl, "Fleet- I showed a gain.-from 114,979,999 ,
t This is a shocking,jolt} of life in what Is normally considered a week.'i'j 'wing"? they were using the Okee- i In June 1982 to $15,674,492. in LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
one of the least hazardous of dur major Industries. The new rules this'year; require chobee Waterway while on a cruiseIn ,June, 1963. WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
I.i1' However, fannlnq'can no longer be classed with the less players to remain with' the same the state.* *
'I' hazardous industries'-the advent of mechanized farming Increased team year after year this in- The City commission set the Mr. and Mrs. Norman Austin
: not only production on the soil but. accidents to those lUll season has created three' up tax levy at 17 mills, .n increase of have returned from a vacation In
I and three down teams \f. this 11.2 over the,previous year. Tennessee. and Western North Car A L w Coat Farm MortrareFEDEKAL -
"and fiber.
who produce our rill cause managers to plan(;In the The number of children on the olina.SUMMERTIME. LAND' BANK LOAN
Only mining anjl construction" industries now have a higher future In the player draft and In I Will Forbh Cash TeRcfteeace
death rate than fanning: debts.
the years to come the team will
I. This is National: Jr\wm Safety Week, os proclaimed by our balance. '. FAVORITE S Finance, farm Improvements, MW bonding*. potaiM
wind machine and tartan tntrtUea.
president, in an efTgrt[ J to' direct attention to this loss of life andto Few towns of comparable size 11 Assist. pnrchae .( a'(am. grove or nneb.
encourage qlj,tppg families and others In agriculture to uniteIn can boast the recreation program a rorofeMo more land.
an effort to refuge this loss. ,.. have or the facilities C Fronde capital funds. for be farm eater aloe.
A. M. Pettls., safety leader of the Florida Agricultural Extension available. to ;youth. ONLY A LAND lU.NK'LOAlC!
slogan correction __10Sometimes HAS ALL 'THESE ADyANTAGES
j; 't Service uses a "Inspection plus equal '
protection". you: just can't get 1. Lower'payments.s. .
hazard the and danger away. ., Longer terms (vp to SI rears).
Find the ,-Inspect machinery spots;
Last week ,Carlos Dickey gave $. Dependable service (serving agriculture esebsMr
.and correct potential death br accident trap. ,
any advanced notice to fellow State e store 1.11).
r There are many potential accident t locations on every farm. Farm Building occupants that be 'i 4. FoO prepayment privileges wttheoi penalty.f. .
..' t 4 a R Loan sent, by local people familiar with lees sgriculture. -
.. .' This year the safejtv campaigh will concentrate: : on the prevention would be gone for a'' long week- ., .
of firertmd falls. Falls caused between 15 and 20 percent end. Abner :Vann felt the .to ...
j j' purge; If we can be ef service to yea please write er ,
t : of the farm accident deaths Sand about 7 percent were causedby travel the same wet eIMlN. andwouldn't '
W. K. MAT Mfr. or DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Last Mgr.
I fires. ;you? ,,know, the ,Dickeys
I Rural traffic: accidents also cause many deaths. HazardsI and Vanns.ended"upIn motels
., Federal Associationof
common on rural' roads are slow-moving vehicles, blind intersections -aide by; lido near Key West 4: sugar

\ II! inadequate signs and markings and poor road main _10.C ,a x
r fen The ewer" !'system continues to 4C Bradenton
National Farm Safety Week is a reminder to be prepared peed right'along and work. exported
I to stl(4( >4nthe-uftulde, of PHONE! 74UOM BKADENTON, til.ISCOVER .
and to accidents before they hap
7. for all emergencies, prevent ugarland. Highway! ,P I1 xt week
t. : pen. Prefab lift stations 1 are/ilso scheduled J
to make?th \b prearanc on
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p ..i.. .. ;:: .eH.- teems; tMfl.beere1 I me1: I Delly/Weekly dub Owen was assistant man : in Your Own Home
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Clewiston Church Directorv I IsT. OBITUARIES ee.Surgery .

Atlantis Street Hlthwaj 720 j I COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN
,North Rev Vic Turner, Pastor : 407 Royal Palm Avenue Nate Curtis' FatherArthur I
Phone YUkon2-1811 1:45 a.m.-Sunday School I Henry IL Ford. Minister
Clewiston. Florida 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship 9:43 a.m.-Sunday School W. Curtis, 59. of Monti-
Ie' Larkin JI'. Couan, 8:45: p.m.-Training Union 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship cello died in a Denver Hospital
AdministratorMasses 8:00 p.m,-Evening Worship 11:00: a.m.-Nursery in the Parish Monday following a rare liver
8 a.m. *:amp: a.m.eekdaY Wednesday: House
operation performed
5uJId81 Masses. T:00 1:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 6:00 p.m. Westminster Fellow transplant to his
, there in an attempt lave
Obligation, : p.m. shipWednesday
&JI1 pays 4 So'' life He was doomed by cancer of
from to
o-rlessoDl.; CHURCH the liver and flew to Denver three
1 p.m.ST 102 E. Ventura Arena 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice
sad 7 t t0 ___ weeks ago to await a donor, after
Rev. L. T. I
Fagan Pastor decided ,
his only hope
physicians '
.MARTIN'S CnCUCHEpUooptl 9:43 a.m.-{Sunday School
successful transplant of a
was a
( ) 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
liver from a who
4W North raelflo 8:45: pm.-Training Union South ClewUton I healthy person

te 9ev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar 8:00: p.m.-Evening Service Rev Herb Hlgdon Pastor I died Curtis from was some the other father condition.of Nate L'rT' i'LI '
Services: Wednesday: 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School
Sandal teacher In the Clewiston
Curtis a
UI a.m.-Earl1 EucharistService and 7:00: j,m.-Offlcers and Teachers. 11:00: .m.-Worship Service I Elementary school In the 196162teim. '
,:311 a.m.-Fam.IJ1 Meeting 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Unlo
: His mother had cone to Den
Church SchooL .8:00: p.m_Mldweck Prayer Service >:00 p.ro-Worship Service : ,
with Mr. Curtis and Nate and
I ver
and Holy Day at aDo Tuesday:
SaInts 8:43 p.m.-Cholr Practice,, I 8:00 pjn.-Brotherhood I another ion Jim!>>, Joined them
*ccchesioos appointment.CUURCH the day after the surgery: The daylong :
2 by Wednesday

( OF JESUS CHRIST NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY Thursday 1SO.p.m.-Hour: of Prayer July 18.operation was performed on jtj1

ATOSTOtlC FAITH' BAPTIST CHURCH 8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice Reports from the hospital indicated
South ClewUton J04 N. Francisco Street that Curtis was doing nicely
Bro.Luther DIxon, Pastor Elder Lester D. Reams,Pastor following {he operation, although
.Sunday School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School THE CLEWISTON ASSEMBLYOF doctors aid a period of approximately
got: I 11:00 .
: a m.-Morning Worship
1100; s.m.Preachln 6:30 p.-ETC GOD two weeks must elapse FOREST SERVICE INSTRUCTOR shows four the Forestry: Training Camp at O'Len State
James F. Klmbrel Faster It would be known whether
rweJdaY: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Future Farmer member hew U me a tree Park learning bade, working principle of practical
.-Prayer Meeting Sunday: his body would accept or reject .
1:30: m Wednesday: scale stick for measuring the height and diameter fore.trJ.-Foret&( Service Phone)
00 .
Sunday School 10: the transplanted organ.It
7:30 p.rn.-Pr.yer Service el tree. Four Hendry county keys attended
,; 0 .-Young People' Meet Adult Worship 11:00: was believed his death was
!IK Youth Worship, 11:00: caused by a heart attack and not I periods include swimming toft-. Newport Chemical Corporation..
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Prayer Hour 7:00: attributed directly to the operation. Local Future Farmers j >all. shuffleboard, ,volleyball; and Pensacola: Owens-Illinois. Jack
CHURCH OF CHRIST 331 W. Osceela Avenue Evangelistic Rally 7:30: Attend Forestry CampAt movie. sonville; Rayonler Inc.,' Fernan
(Christian) Rev. Richard Knight Pastor Tuesday: The week' activity;: fa high dlna Beach; St. Joe Paper Company -
North Sugarland AuditoriumJohn 8:45 a.m.-church School Orchestra Practice 7:00: Mrs. Gilmer HeitmanMrs. O'Leno State Park lighted by; the election of four Port St. Joe: St. Marys I
C. Scheffler, Minister 11:00: a jn.-Morning service Wednesday: I I HIGH SPRINGS-Four Kendry outstanding camper and presentation Kraft Corporation St. Mary. Ga.; '
y:00 1.m.-Bible School 6:00 p.m.-MethodUt Youth Fellowship Christ's Ambassadors, 7.43: Gilmer M. Heitman 76. died County vocational agriculture: students of awards at a banquet St. Eagle Paper Company Pensa- I
H:no s.m.-Communion and Worship in her sleep in Fort :Myers Mondayat began a week's course In Friday night cola; and the Buckeye Cellulose
Service Wednesday: the home of her daughter Mrs practical forestry training todayat Paying; all the expenses of the I Corporation, Foley.
edDesda7]: ,"- 7:15 p.m.-Choir Practice COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL Dorothy; Turner. Death was' attributed O'Leno State Park Just north camp are these forest products ,
I 1:31: p.m.-BIble Study HOLINESS CHURCH to a cerebral{ hemorrhage of here. ndustrles.: American Turpentine Dalton Elected I
CHURCH OF GOD South Clewiston She was the aunt of Mrs. Melvin Among Hendry County; Future farmer Association Valdosta I''
CBt1&cB' F CHRISTI 311 S. Pacific Avenue Rev J. R. Taylor Pastor Pape and Mrs. Joe M. Hllllard of Farmers of America selected: by Georgia; Armstrong Cork Com District Com'drLum
> South Central Avenue Rev. Joe Coleman Clewiston.Mrs. their local Chapters to represent commanderof I I
10:00: a m.-Sunday School puny. Macon, Ga.; Container Corporation Dalton past
Earl Arnold Minister 10:00: a.m.-Sunday; School 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship them are: Billy Crawford and Cecil of America, Fernandina Hawklns-Klrk-Gordon Post of !. I
11:00 a.m-Morning Service I Heitman was born in Fort Akin. Clewiston and Ralph Me- elected
Sunday 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic Beach; Escarabla Treating Company VFW of Clewiston. was L
]II I;00 am.-Bible School 7:30: p.m-Evening Worship Service Myers of English parents returnedto Gill and James Hansen of LaBclle. Pensacola Hudson Pulp &: Commander of District 10 of VFW I
U:00 a.m.-Worship Wednesday: England at the age of 3. living More than 230 Florida Future
Wednesday: Paper Company Palatka; International Sunday at Saraaota.
1 7a: p.m.-Worship 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:45: p.m.-Prayer; Service there until 'she was 18 when Tanners of America are, attending Paper Company; Panama The Dalton are now residents

fednesday: Friday:. Friday: she spent a year visiting her old. the 29th annual Florida Forestry City; : Neal Lumber &: Manufacturing 0(/Foil',:Myeri. where he .is also i; "
Midweek Devotions 7:30 p m -Young People's Endeavor brothers. Here she met Gilmer
f 1:30: p m- 7:45: p.m-Youth Service er Training Camp. Wood-ualnl1ndll Company Blountstown; Newport .. Commander of the Royal Palm
and Bible- -Study. Heitman who the next ;year visit tries sponsor the camp divided .' I
Industries Division, Heyden- Post 'tilts
ed her in England. A ;year later into two single-week session, and
This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: at the age of 21, she came back to directed by the Florida Forest Clewiston Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Threes

Fort :Myers to be married. Service. Thursday, July 25,. 1963 I
Hendry County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's Inc. Other surviving relatives are her During the week the youths: will I
STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department Store son, Gilmer M. Heitman Jr.; and receive field and clans instruction / I
Motors her daughter, Mrs Dorothy Turn In forest practices to help prepare '
er, four grandsons and One grand them for the task of managingtheir OUTER "a''L'
phone 2- 501 Jordan & Pridgen daughter. own farm woodlands.

crrns SERVICE STATION Clewiston Federal "Emphasis, fa placed on practical seems I
Services were conducted at Leo I
forestry knowledge that these
Giddens Furniture. fI W. Engelhardt Funeral Horn yesterday students can use at home said
Store R nc. with Rev. Newell Graham I J. E. Moore, camp director and1n Into costly explore.Horn. l .

Tractor Co. officiating and Interment was I chief of the Information &: Education *7lord/ ofbori ;, I

"It's Easy to CleWlSton NeWS Kelly Fort Myers: cemetery. Branch' .of the Florida- Forest .fifrorh the surf For a halt, 'by Jay end.the ordinance .i(
The Glddens. .Way7'... Jhr o ....Phone.. ,KI501 a. ---- -= Service: ... I II
--- Professional. 1 foresters= from the of the moon and of she dart lot a light by night. Jeremiah'31i35
rti Florida Forest Service, the University I
of Florida School of Forentry

olines! If the Sonth'i most popular family of and private' industry: makeup How much I
When climbing' counts..- luoUne +oum Extra,Crown,Economy Crown the instruction staff for the more profitable for men. to b* concerned'! about \ ( ,
de camp. This year for the- first time their relationship,God and eteesal l Kit, "I 1,
famous for long-running mileage,
STANDARD J STANDS OUTeach. performance, top power at its price. staff counsellors agriculture will teachers.include vocatlceal Community Presbyterian' Church I:

la your engine talking back-wlth. wasteful Whatever your car needs, there's a Standard Course in tropical forestry, 407 Royal; Palm Avenue ;.-!' 1, I
knock ,top-ancktaU? Make it purer gasoline where Just better at the Standard gum farming forest fire prevention HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister I !
with'po yell 1 up with the fuels custom-made sign, we take care of your car.fOllO.JoroDwedl'hlngtoday'.StandardaJ. and control farm forestry 1:45A.J.t.: Bible School11.00AM. 4'!.I I
STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY I ) hardwood control, reforestation, : Worship ,

Christmas tree production 'and Sermon Subject:. PUrIty and Vision"No. ',#/"' 1.: ,
other forestry subjects Oil the I I
7 "The Beatitude
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Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston Fli.. Donna and Kathy, and Mrs Gladys -

Thursday, July 25, 1983 Stalls of Moore Haven spent Sun PIZZA
day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Horace HEALTH

Harris who are vacationing at FortMyel'll Sugarland Pharmacy!
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: J. W.Beach.Beardsley was a business Lt' 2'OPJ'CS YU 2-3311

I If visitor in Lake Placid Monday. ISanta I\
Mr. and Mrs. Abner H.

.eLOCHL spent the weekend in Key ..
j vann. Doctor UrfldM ,
of Your Beginner
Their daughter, Miss Judy Your Lash Medical Society Md UTloridi > Ladies
visited Miss Jan Wilson, Utdkal AMocwUm. FREE
vacationing with her parents ;in BOwlinq Classes
: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Halnes and tlves in Indiana for several day, Fort Myers Beach. I ROMANCE AND BOBBER Mon. & Wed.

1 family have moved from Clewlston and enjoyed a lelaurel1l1btaeelnltour Mr. and Mrs. "Chuck" Wells zu'ArrT GLOVES 6:30: p.m. to 7:30:

to Miami; he is associated with in the Great Smokies en route I pent the weekend at Fort Myers y Toes. & Frio p.rn.

Kelly Tractor Co., In their main home. Beach. S 6a1k1 What has romance to do with 9:30 a.m. to 11

J oUice.I : Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Crawford I Vacationing at :Fort Myers t t ,' $ rubber gloves T Historically a sentimental Can Polly McLendon a.rn.
I, Mr. and Mri. LonnIe Douglasand flew from West Palm Beach Thursday Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Elbert surgeon devised sterile for detattsGlades Yt1 2-7808

family left Saturday a two for Biloxi Miss to attend an, Hooker and son, Gary, who had rubber gloves, it is said to protect
weeks vacation In Georgia. insurance convention. The expense, a. their guests Sunday the Ernie the hands of a nurse with : Bowling

: Mr. and Mrs I.. P. Andrews and paid trip for the two was an awardto Miller family of Clewlston. whom he was in love. I Lanes

family have returned from a two Mr. Crawford for an outstanding Mr. and Mrs Hilburn Murphyand The fact was that Caroline

;: weeks trip to Louisiana Tennessee sales record for the company. family are vacationing at Fort Hampton supervised in the operating

;1 and Georgia. They returned Sunday evening. Myers Beach. I room at Johns Hopkins Hospital .

i, Visitors In West Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Perry; and Mrs. Roy L. Cox is a patient atLee Baltimore of which Dr. William

Sunday were Mr. and Mr. Bob daughter have returned from a Memorial Hospital this week. Stewart Halsted was chief

;' Brown and Mr.. L. A. Cobb. visit with relatives in Georgia. Mrs. Addle McGehee has received surgeon Dr. Halsted. who becameone

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Marsh spent messages that her mother of this country's outstanding IIIL
; Mr .and Mrs. William Waters the weekend in Fort Myers Beach. Mrs C. C. Nichols, is critically ill urgeons, became concerned when
and family moved this week from in hospital in her home town, 4fi
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoothave a his capable assistant complainedthat m. .
Sat., .
South Clewiston to Miami to make 28 n
to Tallahassee with Huntsville Ala., with a heart con- the solution of mercuric bichloride -
gone Double
their home. their daughter Mrs. Earl E. Wilk- dition. in which she rinsed her Feature
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hendricks Mrs. C. H. Miller and her Ideal
grandson hands Family
ison, and children who have been following scrubbing beforean Program
left last weekend for Atlanta to Hank Miller of Lexington, caused rash.
visiting here. Mr. Broadfoot who I operation a "Tammy And The
attend a showing of Jewelry and Mass who is visiting; her for the
!' gift merchandise: and for a vac*- has been a patient In Lee Memorial 1 summer have returned from a Dr. Halsted: went to New York Doctor"

I lion trip through several interesting Hospital, will enter Tallahassee sightseeing trip to Central Flori MB.;AND MRS. CHARLES WIGELSWORTH I and had a rubber company designa SANDRA DEE:

points In the South. Memorial Hospital for surgery.Mr. da. They visited Silver Springs, pair of rubber gloves for Miss Brings You A Hilarious PrJ

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. B. and .Mr and.. Mrs. Harold Weaver Two Gun Territory, Cypress Gardens Miss Bennett And Charles WigelsworthAre Hampton. He specified that these scription of Fun and Romance]
1 Judd at their home In Golf View Sammy Weaver spent .the Lake Wale attractions gloves should be made of as thina .. -

are her nieces, Marilyn, Peggy Sunday in Manatee County visiting and other interesting spots. type of rubber as available with "Wind
and Martha Ands, of Lenox, Ga. friends and relatives. Mrs. HelenWeaver Mrs. Annie Nall and Mrs. Belle gauntlets to protect the wrists and Across The
Mr. and Mrs. Al Newbern of has returned to Clewistcn Bryan visited the N. J. McElorysin Married in Home Ceremony July 14 lower arms. The gloves proved Everglades"
for few visit with her family. and
a days satisfactory Miss Hamptonwas
Jacksonville were in dewlston fora Fort Myers Tuesday. Made in Wilds
I Mr. and Mrs. James F. Bennett white headpiece and carried a freed from the dermatitis associated of Florida
few days this week. Mr. N w- A. R. Broadfoot underwent surgery
Rev. and Mrs Bruce Beardsley Jr. announce the marriage of white bible topped with an arrangement with her work.
bern was on business for the U. S. ;in the Tallahassee Memorial Sun. Mon. Toss
and children. Lilah Ruth. Rey.. their daughter' Cheryl Lee Ben- of white Trenched carnations So
Corps of Engineers Jacksonville Hospital Saturday. Reports from protective: were the rubber July 28ADULTS- 29 SO
Rboda and Daniel of Vlncennei. nett to Charles Edwin Wigels and satin streamers.
gloves that the assistant surgeon ONLY
district office. The Newbern family Mrs. Broadfoot who Is with him,

Ind., are spending a vacation with worth July 14. The Maid of honor and only attendant -
Ir on Sunday passed the instruments to Dr.
I resided In Clewlston for many is that he is doing! splendidly. She "Days Wine And
I, his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ceremony was performed by the of the bride was Miss Gayle Halsted also beganearing rub
In the 40's ill visiting her son-in-law and
construction years ; of early the Herbert during Hoover Beardsley, and other relatives in daughter Dr. and Mrs. Earl E.Wllkison Rev. C. W. English, pastor of the Harris, who was dressed in a white ber ,love.. Then surgeons began Roses"

j Dike. Clewlston and ;in Tampa. 2107 Spence Ave., Bet. Victory Baptist Church, in the brocade sheath. using gloves when they found that Won Academy Award for Beet
I Mr. and Mrs Corey Ford and home of the bride's grandparents, Best man was. W. N. Carithen. the thin rubber covering interfered Song '
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Willis and, ton Hills Tallahassee.Mrs.
daughter are on an extended motor Etta F. Leiter has returned Mr. and Mrs W. N. Carithers. Jr. only slightly with the sense of JACK LEMMON
family have returned from an extended I trip through the mountainsof her The bride was attired in a simple Among the relatives and friends touch so necessary to the surgeon's LEE RENICK
from summer trips to visit
: vacation trip. They Tennessee and Western North afternoon dress of white jersey attending the wedding were the fingers and that the gloves The Sober Truth About A Mar
sisters in Ark. and in
I, ed the Corning ;
Assembly of attend-j Carolina. They plan to visit Jekyll Nealeyville, Missouri, and from a with sleeveless bodice and bride's parents Mr. and Mrs., also protected the patient from the stage Triangle
In New
nesses York Island at Brunswick Ga., en route softly pleated jtdrt. She wore a James Bennett and family of Clew risk of infection. The of
visit in Valparaiso Ind., with her practice: r Wed. Thurs., July 31 Aug. 1
home. daughter Mrs. D. L. Owens. bon wearing rubber gloves soon For Whole Family to Enter
Miss Jackie Goldman is spendingthe The groom is the son of CharlesE. came routine in
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Giddens and Spicer, her sister Mrs. Sandy Bell operating "Lad ADog""Mr.
W el worth of New York and be-I
in New
summer York and New and other relatives last week. throughout the world.
I Miss Christine Giddens left
;yes- Mrs Helen Parker, of Jackson
Jersey with relatives, and will '
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McLean of
terday to join their brother and The romantic of '
ville. He is employed as part the
Join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. surveyorby Hobos Takes
Sfauto sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Truman, Ark. are spending two the U.S. Corps of Engineers.The Is that shortly after supplying! her
M. Wisenfeld, their
1 In August and during will return vacation with- Skinner of Wrlgbtsvllle, Ga. ;in a weeks with their son, Fred Ar- couple returned to Clewiston with rubber gloves, Dr. Halstedput A Vacation"JAMES

them before school: two week's vacation: at :Fort Myers mour and family and with her for a few days, and left Mondayfor a wedding ring on Miss Hampton' I STEWART
opens. Beach.: Joining them for the weekend brother V. E. Parrish and family. the Cape Canaveral area wherehe hand (without rubber ,gloves)
Mr. and Mrs Carl Ferrara Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nall
:4 will be their sons, Don Gld is transferred.
.: left Saturday for Orlando, where dens of Coral Gables and Bob Gld left Monday on a vacation trip to
y claim service is head Coach at Evans High dens of Clewiston and their fam Tennessee and the Western states.They .
f : -largest national School. The Ferraras have purchased tiles will visit in Knoxville for a BPW Club
i:. claims network a home in the Robinswood Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Walker of few days and will then take the DEADLINE is July 31st for
section of Orlando; Their address western trip returning via another
South Bay have returned from
Contact me today I Dates of MeetingThe
is 2313 Hastings Street.
Special Enrollment
r three weeks vacation to several in the
Mrs. C. W. Fuller
Western States, including: California Clewlston Business and Professional
( AbnerVann from the Lauderdale hospital to where they visited Disneylandand Mrs. Eula O'Neal Womens Club voted to. Hospitalization Insurance for
the Hendry General Hospital lastweekendMr.Juller.and
: ;; .j: other attractions change: the meeting dates; and to *I', Ja ,
e ) fir and Mr.ana rf.-TtntTra'wrord HonorednitParty m rr" <..* '*> *..ufct
r reduce dues at the luncheon meetIng -
\ 11 Ph. Mrs. Frank Veltre who were( with returned Sunday night from Biloxi Mr. and Mrs., C. A. Martinez entertained held Tuesday on the Clewlston :

f YU 259718TATH ed ill her with to on their vacation a heart attack when she also became return- MI..., where of the they Southern attended Life a convention and day honoring with a her family grandmother party Sun., Inn Patio., and Mrs.urged Harriet attendance Zauel at presided the 65 Year Olds & Over

home here. Mrs. Fuller
Health Insurance Company. Mr. Mrs Eula O'Neal on her 69th' Riviera Beach meeting of District
i is reported as recuperating nicely. Crawford, a debit collector for 24 birthday. 8 on August 18th.
PARMr. Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Nail Mr. and I'
rtotrtCMuttyMM with
company was one Present to enjoy the day with
r." OfflMi ,1 Mrs. S. H. Stalls and daughters, of the convention speakers and their grandmother Were Mrs. Martha items Miss for Marjorie program Daughtrey study during listed Continental Casualty's plan has attracted

spoke on "Debit Conservation." Carney and three children and
the and selections
year : made
Now-a The Crawfords flew to Mississippilast Mrs Al Levine and baby daughter, were nationwide attention
new "gold standard'1 in cooking!II Thursday I by the members present The treasurer
and Joe Flschbach, all of Miami! reported 15
Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr of Chicago Beach. and two prospective continuing members memo Only a few days left. Phone

spent several days last week The party was a surprise for bers.
visiting Everett Krueger Mrs. O'Neal and was completewith
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. James decorated birthday cake to Meeting dates were changed to

I c ozk E. Brandon are her mothe., Mr*. top the midday dinner.BIRTHS. the second and fourth TuesdaysIn
J. T. Nlmmons of Greenville S.C. each month and dues were set Beardsley Nash
r and her cousin, Miss Patricia at $10 per :year. -

Reeves, of Laurens, S.C.Milt The program was given by Mrs.
Gross left Friday for a'vacation Mr. and Mrs: William Davidsonof Beryl; Bowden who described: the

GOLD STAR BUILT-IN GAS RANGESEnjoy visit with his sister Capt Moore Haven announce the North American Air Defense, as Insurance
I Dorothy M. Grass at :Fort Dix, birth of a daughter on Wednesday seen on a trip to Norad headquar Agency
'' July 17th. The baby weighed six
ten in Colorado
N.J.Mrs. Springs and to the
r .t. Ralph E. Klye and chllrsiren pounds, 12 ounces on arrival at Montgomery SAGE sector by a Phone YU 2.7501 ClewistonNEW
; were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Hendry General Hospital and has newspaper group from Florida dur
;t Clayton White In Okeechobee on been named Theresa Ann tog May. OFFICE ROCKS S A.M. te 5 FJH.

.J Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard John are The next meeting of the club will CLOSED All, DAT 8ATUXDAYS
I I George Lindle has returned to the parents of a son, who was born be on August 27th, since: the

.Jt his home in Muscatlne Iowa, after Monday July 22 at Hendry General meetings were discontinued

t a visit his daughter Mrs. Sar Hospital. The bab#>weighed seven through the summer months
nie Bryan and family pounds, 12 ounces at birth.

4 r Tonight. and every night is a Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Toulls are

;.,. good night to attend a movie. adv the proud parents of a son. Anthony Lodge Supper Marks Thrifty Menus Every Day
_ ; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lowe and Cole who arrived Monday,

-.-, ---- \ __ daughter Ramona moved recently July 22nd at Good Samaritan Hosplltal -
M ,; from Brandon to Moor Haven in West Paris Beach. The Friendship Night

; f I a rI r- where his duties with the Fish baby weighed. seven pounds two Odd Fellows and Rebekahs from Ethelle'Morgan invites

4 and Game Commission assigned ounces Oewlston, Moore Haven and Belle

) him. They are frequent visitors in Glade gathered at the American

4i i Clewiston with her mother Mrs. 10' WIDE Legion Hall Friday evening to you to enjoy the Shoppers
Wm. H. Lanier and his
I parents 2BEDROOM'JnJRNlSHEDTRAffiCR observe Friendship night v
Mr. and Mrs. I* L. Lowe and oth- A covered dish
supper was serv
[ er relative FORtSNT ed from a beautifully decorated Special every
Mrs. Roberta Keller of Lake
I buffet
table. Hosts
CALL YUJW2B were members
: IT] Worth spent a few days; la CleW>>- of the Clewiston Rebekah

I I I I II ton with her mother Mrs. Leah No 56 and Everglades Lodge Lodge No. week-day.

I 39. I.O.O.F.:
After a bountiful
'1 \ meal was ser'
red the evening was
spent in vis
'f lung, and listening to the music

;; the finest In modem kitchen convenience-and'fain Franklin of a young Waters.band Truman: MME 58 2f 98t

; a new "gold standard" of cooking performance, 0' Junior Green and Jerry Roberts. for

!, at the same time. Outstanding features tike these will

make your cooking rate higher than ever. MENU for Friday and Saturday

,"i Thermo-Set top burners Four 12,000 BTU top RESTAURANT Hospital Notes Golden Brown Southern Fried Chicken

,I t Roto-Roasterrotiaserie burners White Patients Admitted with mashed
: beans
fresh ,
II Clock controlled oven tots burner guaranteed} Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston Janice Hathcock: Hubert Paulk hot potatoes, string

> life Mrs. Daisy Pullen, Betty David dinner rolls, butter
Meat thermometer Removable and r son, Alleea Mercer Sarah
oven Fresh Frog Legs Perkins -
l; Smokeless hl-lo broiler broiler doors Mildred Wheeler Cecil Wa

'd/ I, ''I Keep-Warm oven A Seven handsome finishes1( Danish Lobster Tails fa :lls, Carolyn Sellers Florence c. Thrifty Breakfasts, toot
.j Fuller Pablo Enrique. Richard P. Special this week. Daily Double 69c
i ,' FREE DEMONSTRATION Bonnet Linda John Julius Clark.
African Lobster TailsFresh fresh
country sliced bacon,
1 '" White Patients

Ij DAN MCCARTHY Remaining: 2 slices
\ Oysters Carolyn Sellers, MUdred toast, grits
Sarah Perkins. Jos. W. Howe, 2 cups coffee.

t \ I Glades Gas Co. Fresh Shrimp," Howard.lie Hubert Paulk Margaret Pablo Bowers Enrique., Char May At the fountain small BLENND sc

for the BEST in party servite: Mercer Taylor.Florence JuUlus C. dark Afleen
I Fuller Linda

Phone YU 2-1311 Clewiston, Fla. I call about our PIT ROOM!" Annie John, Tcenm Carl Crow e, Helen Milton Darby Howard, Jane, Thrifty' DrugPae

I t ice Hathcock Daisy PuHen.

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DAN FROM DEVIL'S GARDEN Coast Guard Academy Offers New, Plan Clewlston. FloridaThT. )CLEWISTON, July 25. 1963 NEWS Page Five I Ii

) STER EDITOR: had one employee In the Depart.ment I PersonalsMr. I about normal for this time of year i

DEAR-Crab l1'a., and the U.s. Pepan. of Agriculture far ever 28 To Attract High School Graduates f BCD Reports Grant said the Miami Canal discharges t I
of Agriculture is runnWI araet farms. The piece goes on to show at the 36th Street dam are !

plot see which can lit theretlest that the ratio of employees in the : and Mrs R. C. Nowling are : also about normal and water In I
to For the first time in its history etnk, does not require a Congressional Water ConditionsBest
mostestrs Department of canal is being maintain at
with the Agriculture to the enjoying a two weeks' vacation. Candidates that i
here put out number of farms I a military service academy appointment desired :level.Public. i
I eot IOme g6 was increasing They drove to Atlanta for a visit compete on the iI; 0
school for appointment
Is allowing high\, graduates i
the Tax Foundation faster
called ever I
;year with
by 1982 their daughter Miss Martha
they scale and the tops in YearsWater
tlOfllepul1 nationwide
I to use the scores they attain on a
eUer to twnkan would be
that puts a halt one employee in the De- Jean Nowling. who is an interior: the standard college entrance examination scholastically and physically are I
nat tDda7 theygot partment of Agriculture fer ever decorator! at one of the large department for explication towards offered appointments. Notice
maul lar as In farm in the United States stores. Their other vacation Jr the Coast Guard supplies throughout central
Previously _
IS farmers. I appointment and southern Florida are now ---
half ai many won't be here, Mister
193', and Editor plans were uncertain when The United States Coast Guard held tis own examination throughout NOTICB or APPLICATION
that so much land haiL In 1982, but I hope you'll in the best condition in 2tt years,
explains recommend they !left dewiston. the nation. This the service
is switching from its service administered year and longest FOR TAX DEED
Soil Bank, so to following the wont
the your Congressman
put In big that Mr. and Mrs Gratton H. George test:to the college en- is using the college: entrance Nollen\ hereby III.| .B that Har.
with recorded history.
smaU ltormi combined each employee git assigned to his left Wednesday morning for Eustls trance examination board test examination board test results in drought in ben and Fountain, the holder of the
and the use of power tools is special farm, required to live on it administered This was reported to the Governing following: certificate have filed Mid.
5 lieu of the service
and Nebraska to attend a family reun- tbls falL certificate for a tax deed to be I.
!be reason fer this 50 per cent de- and pay fer his room and board. ion of :Mrs. George's relatives. taking test Young men interested In the Board of the 18-county ud thereon. The certificate number .
But the piece from thefl It could be that right now crab Students the examinationwith Coast Guard Academy and in obtaining Central and Southern Florida Flood and year of lienance, the d.eirlptlon .
They eipect to return to dewiston and the
Tax! foundation says the number grass was a little ahead In this about August 8th. an eye to proceeding on with its Bachelor of Science degree Control District meeting last week. name 'In of which the It property was aiieeeed 1sae
f here in the Department of race, but them flggers from the studies after high school may and a commission a* ensign The St. Johns River' west of Tltusville follow:
Culture has ,Jumped since 1935: Tax Foundation shows the Department Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dugger and; have a copy of,the results sent to graduation may write: CoastGuard is about normal Zeb Certificate No. It.
upon Year of Issuance till
{SalUM I to "1.338: or 43 perAwhile of Agriculture is closing the family of Winston Salem. N. C., the Coast Guard and may receivean Cadet, Miami 32, Floridafor Grant Director of Operations far Description of property Lot M,
farms and farmers was gap fast will arrive Sunday for a few days offer of an:appointment to the Testing must be the FCD advised the Board. However 15 Block sit
application. f9ame In which aeieieedl A. L *.
visit with her
father, M. M. Prew- Coast Guard 'Academy at New
decreasing Incidental, in my latest pamphlet accomplished on 7 December Lake Polnsett (near Cocoa) Juanlta. Johnion. I
1U piece says In 1935: they from the Agriculture folks they itt, and other relatives. London Conn.J* 1963-all applications must be is still below normal, he noted. All of said property, being. In the
County of Hendry and City of Clewton. i
lid one employee i la the Department was disturbing news. It says County Commissioner and Mrs The Coast Guard Academy, completed prior to this date. Those The whole "missile coast" in Bre- (. State of Florida
Agriculture: fer ever 80 t Americans is about to quit eating Harvard Parkinson are attending while similar, fh almost every respect Interested may inquire Immediately vard County faced critical water Unless such certificate) or certificate I
to the'.other service acad- hall be redeemed accordlnat to
drag in the nation. In 1962 we sweet potaters. In 1937, It says, the national convention of countycommissioners ;, for processing.: conditions in 1961 and 1962. law the property described In such
the per capiter consumption of in Las Vegas. Circuit Lakes In the Upper Klssimmee certificate or certificate. will\ be
old to the highest bidder at the
sweet potaters was 23 pounds, and Clerk, :Mrs Dorothy Moore Ju Official f Pete Mcintyre I River Basin south of Orlando, are' front door of the City Hall Clewla
rlilll. now it's down to about 7 pounds. dark, who is vacationing In the venilfc in the best shape they have been In ton Florida, at eleven o'clock A. M
( It's mighty hard fer the West with her family, Is also expected Completes University on the first Monday In Month ofSeptember
'. wimmen for three years. Two newly: completed IMS, which I* the tnd
::,- '. I folks to git candied sweet potaters to attend some of the ses Science Workshop FCD spillways and dams In day of September, 1.5. Dated this
covered with hot brown tons.FARM. Completes CourseIn I nth day of July 2553.
sugar the area are retaining fresh water FRED C. BIKES
syrup and a piece of yellow butter Pete McIntyre. Ill, a sopohomre supplies. Nevertheless' Lake City Clerk

ww( R AMfT P Wit melting at the top from them froze at Qewiston High School, was one Kisslmmee, where a new dam is By City Marl of Clewliton C Webb Florida
tiY5lJAllYiD food counters and I reckon that's BUREAU DelinquencyDr. of 36 boys from 12 states completing under construction Grant said, is Chief' Deputy] Clerk
j'I' AN OFF OKY7 why this item is gtttlng extink at a six-weeks' science workshop still 8/10 of foot below normal. CN July ITT IK, Aug. 1, I, II, Hit
the family table. Jim Wright, Juvenile Court at the University of Tennessee, '
The Kisslmmee Hirer -
Speaking of the family table I ANNUAL MEETThe Counselor for Glades and Hendry Knoxville, last week. The workshop main source of water flowing New ShipmentJust
haven't ever saw if Senator Philip counties hast 'just completed the Is one of 134 sponsored by the Into ,
Lake Okeechobee Is discharging
Hart has got his ruling yet from Farm Bureau set October I third and final course in Delinquency National Science Foundation giving : water at about 50 ArrivedWILKINSON
the Food and Control at Florida State University scientists a chance to
Drug Administrationon
18th the date for the annual
as percent of normaL Bat the lea I
how many cherries was In Tallahassee. The total auidy: subjects: which are primarily;
required membership dinner meeting to be I el ef water la Lake Okeecho-
in a bekery .le to make It legal course cover Ae use of community on the junior or senior college
i held in -lie school cafeteria In La methodsand bee Is now exactly at the desired Super Sword Edge
1 You will recollect he was complaining Belle, at the meeting in LaBelle planning, prevention level. stare of 13 feet (above Stainless Steel I
I work with law enforcement ,
in support
\ v the Congress that the Tuesday night\ President Melvin Dr. J. T. Wood, U-T chemistry mean sea level) Ne regularCory
bakery folks was mighty skimpy in delinquency control. professor and director of the program
Wilder presided, and the following discharges of water from Razor Blades
with the cherries they was putting The legal apects-of the juvenile' said "We take these boys, :
were appointed to a nominatingcmnmttat Lake Okeechobee
are contemp
M in pies fer sale to the American : : I court as well as investigation and who are the very top Ugh school lated. Don't let Summer Heat I
housewife. While he's investigatingthe processing of case. was also partof science students and put them in
Kenneth Curtis: William Stltt, the studies. In Palm Beach and Broward Bother Your Shavin Ii
flggers on cherries, Mister Editor
classes In physics. and chemistry, '
he might ask the Departmentof Lewis J. Nobles, Jr., and Otto Lar- One of the major areas of concern with special lectures designed to counties, two big water conservation Use Stainless Steel ''II'
the interviewingof areas are at desired levels Razor Blades
Agriculture about the was proper
percentage stimulate their interest In science.
6 Cylinder Motor of 'jackasses running loose in sen.The Bureau members voted! to youths and family counseling We provide supervised research In Dade county, west of Miami, a Exclusive! II IIat

Washington. send a letter of commendation and In the preventing of delinquency. in laboratories and libraries and water level of 717 feet (above r
Yours truly, appreciation to Senator Elmer OFriady This institute was attended by mean sea level) was recorded' In : I I'I'CORBIN'S '
Uncle Dan for his suport of farm legIslation court counselors, law enforcement arrange Industrial plant the FCD's Conservation Area 3. 1
in the recent session of people and workers with youth enables the boys ,to make up their This Is up about half a foot from ;

the legislature. from Florida and other southeastern minds on the scientific field they the water level a month ago,
Sugarland Pharmacy states a* well as students want to enter." though still 1% foot below the Farm and Ranch
President Melvin
w Attending were I'
had classes 8 to
boys a.m.
I 1 Wilder, W B. Barron, M. R. from other countries. desired stage. Discharges Into the
from all fields covering 4 pm. week-days, and had anhour's Everglades '
PIZZAYU Thomas, William Stitt, Roy Dana, Experts work with ;young: people were dally conference with U.T Park are Supply'I I
Ken Curtis, John W. Drake and ,
the teachers. Among the most staff members. They did laboratory
Farm Bureau Advisor Frank: Polbfll.
2-3311 noted were; Dr. Ralph Benney, research on such projects as Coming Soon Edward's .1
Dr. Fabian Rouke, both of New bombardment of radioactive pa-

r York. Jack Kenney who is coauthor tides and preparation of compounds Fall Leagues
of the book "Police Work involved in cancer study Plumbing RepairReplacements j

YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A With Juveniles"' and former director Top boys were selected by screenIng Hake Reservations Now
of The Institute at The University applications from some 500 RepairINSTALLATIONS
of Southern Calif. Dr. Sheldon students across the country. For Mixed and I

Pizer, Director of The Youth I Men and WomenItiiidieap

MILLIONAIRE i Correction. dio g. ...Washington. ,. Promotions Made ? BowTinpr'* ..TROUBLE MASTER.SHoarIN.C1.'I', '
D.C. and Dr. Vernon Fox, Institute
TO LIVE LIKE ONE IN Director and Chairman, of FSU.Corrections Among the researchers promotions announcedby of 18 agricultural Glades Bowling Call YU 2-6711 t'

and Criminology at
Dr. J. R. Beckenbach, directorof
With the graduation of Wright, Lanes 325 E. Ventura
the U of Fla. Experiment Stations -
Palm Beach Florida Glades and Hendry join several were those of Dr. R. E. Stall,
other counties in Florida to have
from assistant to associate plant
counselors complete this three
pal:bologlst and Dr. E. D. Harris, I i
year course Jr., from assistant to associate

PAC ; VACATION entomologist, and Dr. H. L. Chapman LOW DOWN PAYMENTUsed i
COMPLETE Marlyn Ham i Jr., from associate animal
I nutritionist to animal nutritionist,,
at the Everglades Experiment Station '
; Trailers \ ;
Enter Army Belle Glade.F. i : ,

PER M. Peacock was promoted! 8x27 ... ....... .. .... $995.00 J/ I I
Marlyn! Ham of Clewlston reported I
from assistant to associate animal "
r for induction In the U.S. husbandman and Dr. J. E. McCakb, 8 x37 y.r...... $1095.00 .1' : I
Army Monday, July 22. Three .
from assistant to associate -
other registrants; ef Local Board at the ana Range agronomist Cattle 3 bedroom J 0 wide, 1962. \ ';

No. 42 are reported for physical Experiment Station, Ona. '
9D1 Based M examinations. 35' to 55' new 10 wides :
Mrs Ham is employed at Kelly )

occupancy Tractor Co., and plans to remain. II"' I Low down payment and low payments.
in Clewlston during her husband's 111.1MIINT. '; :

( Bates army service.Ladies ADS
wides start at $3500.
to Dee. tat) .< t :

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county Sheriff's Deputy Fred north of the
county lIne
Page Six( THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston Fla. I Two Escapees I Worth made the arrest. I. Iotte county and t the bon In ckar
II Thursday, July 29, 1963 The truck had been abandoned. apprehended and held for the "e
j I about four miles outside Immoka School authorities. Do's

Archery Club From Road Camp |I lee authorities said -
Summer Program Barret and Wlnney are now in Boys May Enter
Jail awaiting prosecution
Opens For Glades County
Are RecapturedTwo on auto theft and escape "Isometrics" Class
j At Half Way PointAt New MembersThe charges from the Incident A DeW course In
: physIcal
Barrett was reported to be serving educe
trusties who authorities say tlDn for boys has been
the half-way point In the Clewlston Archery Club a one-year sentence for breakIng the added
Road Department summer
stole State program
summer program there are: which has been active: for several pickup a truck to flee the Citrus and entering, and another four Illih SchooL Head Coach at Cleat
39 students enrolled In summer to term for an earlier escape Joe Bun
months announce a meeting Center Prison Camp last Saturday : year < school classes; be held Friday, July 28 at the arrested several hours, from the state prison at Raiford. for high school bomelllts
dewfeton at which time In- serving a total often AU inter
80 enrolled In the arts and crafts Inn later In Immokalee.Capi. Wlnney was ed are asked to
terested will be welcomed. for burglary and attemp- contact Coa
courses (elementary and high persons years Bu.nc17 at the school
school); The meeting will begin at 8:00: A. E. WeBs camp warden : ted robbery Thla course will 1nunedtatelr, ,

75 enrolled In band classes (elementary Identified the due as three remaining weeks continue of thT for th
and high school); Richard Barrett, 2*. erlcinallyfrom Fleeing BoysAbandon mer program.
:' The high school library Is opened .'I the state of Washington
r each morning from 8-12 for the \ \ and Nathan Winner 43 of New Car HereTwo Tonight and
York state boys, aged 14 and 15, who
\ use of all students whether enrolled good night to go out to a awl [
1\I, In any of the classes during I four- escaped Sunday from the Okee- .. ;
the summer or not. At the last meeting: of the club, Both were members of a chobee Boys School abandoned the
I.. Hank Andrels was elected president man recreational fishing party, the car they stole to make their getaway -
I ; I. N. "Junior" Knedler, prison official said. They got away when It ran out of gas in Ladies Day
Local Men Enjoy vice president; Charles R. Arnold, i by "straight wiring" the truck Ckwlston reported Trooper T. C.
secretary; and R A. Cecil, treas used for the party's transportation Yon of Fort Myers. Every Monday

West End Fishing urer.The Club has been given permission while drink they of supposedly water.as the were other gettinga two hitch-hiked The lads to were Moore reported Haven to, stolen have 4 Barnes; $1.50 plus tax

to use some land owned trusties and a guard remained at I another car which they abandonedIn 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
s. C. Fry, C. A. Martinez, J. E. IiiI I
Frierton, and Mrs. Frierson's by the U.S. Sugar Corp. as a tarrane the river bank. The group was at: a Fort Myers; Chopping center Trophy for High Set
get and this area has been the Intersection of Canal 19 and
Nephew of Macon parking lot. Here they stole another (Best 3 of
Rodney Byrd set up with target facilities. Lake Hicpochee Capt. Wells said. games; 4))
owend by
Ga., who Is a guest of the Frier- can a groceryshopper
ions for a few weeks made a tripto I All Interested in participating: the MEMBERS OF TOE ARCHEST CLUB are shewn cheekier the target The men fled about 1:30 and who soon reported the car Glades Bowling
West End. Grand Bahamas for this sport are urged .to attend daring a recent practice session. Left to right! are Charles .Arnold were taken Into custody about missing. Lanes
deep sea fishing last week Friday night meeting.Playground Hank Andrels and Junior Knedler. 11 pm. as titer walked down Trooper E. R. Nkberg spottedthe
like men flew Wednesday from a'.treenD Immokalee. Collier stolen car about three miles I

West Palm Beach via Mackey Airlines Sports S. Hall Kiwanis 6 3 .500 .
Shaffer __,,..,. Elks 4 2 .500 'n" .. "' .y.'r "
returning Friday afternoon ? r : '
Fishing was very successful all Winners Named Baseball DeAnnas ........ SMU 2 1 ,500 iii', f :' !;\ : >: : : 1
three days and the men reportd S i'n k' .. sk"<1'J"d.; .' t"R"r R .
"w. caught two boatloads of fish" Winners In Ole shuffleboard tournament Highlights LEADING PITCHERS '
held recently at the Central Name Team W L Are '
Playground were: Midget boys: By BUREN HALL R. Miller Legion 2 0 1000 Make the deal oftheyear7on'the"CaroftheYei"! :

: Ladies Summer Tommy Crawford, David Ellington, LEAGUEThe B. RedlIh ...-Legion 2 0 1.000
:Jimmy McPhall, girls: Jane Passmore MIDGET KrIed1er Lions 1 0 1.000
Stacy Stanford, Cindy Pass- American Legion jumped to Robertson Lions 1 0 1.000 :
more I the top of the league standingson Holoubek [Lion 1 0 1.000 :

Bowling LeagueThe Junior boys: Keith Carter, David the strong pitching of Bobby. Clark Kiwanis 1 0 1.000 .., .. '
: Klawanls
Miller, Pat Clark, Girls: Debbie Redlsh and Rick Miller Stiles Kiwanis 1 0 1.000
Ups and Downs turned in a Rider, Libby Folhlll. Judy Hough. finally put a stop to the gigantic Blount Elks 1 1 .500
2153 series and 754 In Lions, but .
i a game play scoring of the
boys: Danny Kriedler and ,
I' at the Glades Bowline Lane; this Frankie Robertson. still couldn't hang a defeat on the a81,' :

week. Winners In the fifth! week of the Lions. They played to 12-12 tie Junior League ., ,
F. Cartln led the team at the
with a Challenge Course as announced by and will re-play the game '
high game of 223 and a 570 series! Recreation Director Eugene Fuller, end of the season U necessary to Box Score r
high for the season. Included Matthew Prewltt and Ja- determine a league champion: .
Team standings are as follows: linda Davis age 7; Mike Davis, The Sugarmill Union scored 11 STANDINGS i q e wwl'4
Team W L age t, Kenney Cassidy and. TonI! runs in the last inning to beat the Team t'..W L Pet GB M
Mis-Fits __ 18 12 Mattson, age 9; Keith Carter and Elks 20 to 10 and register tbeJrflr.t Rotary ...:.:.- :2 1 .667' ":'"
Jollyettes .,.., .... .?.?. 18 12 Gretchen Bryan, age 10; Freddy victory of the season. All -11 Fire Dept >__ 2 1 .667 '"
Ups and Downs U1i 121i : Robertson and Brenda Waldron runs were scored after the first Beardsley _-_ 2 :2 .500 %
Kane Gang ...... 131i two batters retired In order
141i age 11; Danny Kriedler and Judy were Glddens 1 3 .250 1V4
Four Stooges __ 12 18 Brantley.' ae12, David Beardsley and the next batter was safe on a Rotary beat Vol. Fire Dept. but
; IF Sugar Babes ,mmiu 11 17 13, and Frankle Robertson, age 16 throwing error by the pitcher game was protested and will be
Individual Scores I Tops In the physical fitness teat you might say he threw the game plyaed later.
i F. Carlln __ 570 were: 8-7. Malcolm Wilson and awayl(
B. Watklns ___ 444 I Jallnda Davis; 8-9, Mike Davis and Danny Kriedler leads the league LAST WEEK'S SCORES .n
P. McLendon ,,... ,.. ,438f' In home runs with four In four
?? Kim Murphy; 10-11() Keith Carter Firemen ((14))-Beardsley ((11))
Individual Single Garnet and Brenda Waldron; 1213 games Rotary ((10)Glddens ((3))
x F. Carlln .-,,.,.,,222 I Jerry Weaver and Judy Brantley; Managers of the Midget League Rotary ((11)-Firemen ((7)
( H. Klste M.-......, 169 14-15, Bobby Hare; 18-18, Frankle are reminded that they must select } (Game Protested)
P. McLendon 188 Robertson. five members of their squad toplax..on Beardsley ((11) Glddens (1))

the .All-Star team. -. .,.
; league director of the baseball SCHEDULE ,.. "'. 0
Off. 844-1355 Thursday, July 25- l '
program, I would like to remind -:' Rotary vs Giddens ".- _" .i'v ';" '- "t ', "
I a... VI 8-2682 the managers again that a Beardsley vs' Firemen Rambler Clastic 770 Four-Door Sedan
pitcher can only pitch six Innings a Tuesday, July 30-
week. One pitch In an inning constitutes I Beardsley vs Glddens Those are Rambler's "Savingest Days"! ; $ 3i
*; an inning pitched. The Firemen vs RotaryTOP
Thurmond W. Knight failure to stick to the above rule r$40L'
caused the Rotary team a chanceto TEN BATTERS' Right now Is the time to make the year's beat deal on .WTII
"Accredited Farm & Lana Broker" Jump Into first place of the Jun Name Team AB H AVE Rambler'63-Motor Trend Magazine'"Carof the Year."

ior League standings last week. Martina .._ Glddens ,,3 S 1.000 Save on any AmericanTClasslc i or Ambassador-every one flct.,.rMr""sa"eM-, |.'I. t rhurmond Knight a.ally.lDe. OFFICE The Rotary defeated the Volunteer Dana Giddens 7 S .714 with scores of"Car of the Year" features. \IISM urns.) m'sea iMMilw AuwfcM m

B.. woe Rir.r. B. MhW 2010 Avenue E Firemen 11-7 but Richard Akin Bible _.. Beardsley 9 i 667 Come in and ,see them-test-drive them-fot yourself. a4.--=a.:-r.ma.uf'-"r. :
e J ..t .. Bra.k, Pl.rlla Rlrlera Beach pitched his seventh Inning of the L. Howard -...,, Rotary tCrockard S .625 We've smashed an Rambler tales records this year-and "" 1IOl..aptIqMI.'; ...ii
.. week as he set the Firemen down Rotary 10. .600 we're out to set still bigger ones.We're now offering bigger =t;:: ='=: .::::"H"
in the last Inning of their game. Robertson Rotary 11 8 .545 than-ever trade-In allowances. Come in and take advantage
The game will be replayed at the M. Morrell M Firemen 15 I .533 of our specials during the "Savingest Days"!
: t end of the season If it determinesthe Worth ., ,..,..1.1 Glddens 4 2 .500 ___
/. MODELHOMES champion of the league. A. Morrell Beardsley 2 1 .500 Only Rambler offers ill than extra values
The of the Junior League
d will meet with the league dir- Po kill Beardsky 12 5 .417 Awall-Wlssln{ Styling and lII&neerln'eadenlllp! 13-Motor-Trend's"Car of -------
> the Year"DoubleSafety
ector at the Youth Center Saturday LEADING PITCHERS Jon I the
Olympia and Alverdez Avenues July 27 at 5:IS p.m.. ThisIs train with tepinti b'lldn'lyStlml front and rur.
a very Important meeting Name Team W L Ave nap...Dip Rmtprsoflng up to ths roof. Trade_ Parade to
: : ; New 2 or 3 Bedroom Homes from Akin _??.,. Rotary 2. 0 1000 AftMcad Unit Coastnctlea with .
please be present-and on time m slvi tlngls' member of ons plots/ (atvintod -
Fletcher Firemen 2 0 1.000 steel (foe far greater strength. RAMBLER6V8

; $350 A.Bible Morrell. ._. Beardsley Beardsky 1 1 0 01000 1000 Superior Performance from i full choke of hlgh-oconomy Six or V-t engine*
DOWN Midget League ? ? with horsepower ranging up to 270.
Marline* Glddens 1 1 .500
j ?
L. Howard ._. Rotary 1 1 .500 MM! Mills per Cadet of in!! tart In every economy run officially entered
(Rambler American).

; Approx. $70. Per Month Box LEAGUE Score STANDINGS Sugarland, Pharmacy

); I Built by Kendall Construction Co. Tlllm (Second W Week L )Pet GB PIZZAYU Bembry Rambler Motors

: Legion ,..__ 4 0 Loin -
i, West Palm Beach Phone JU 5-1771 Lions'.3 0 1000 tKiwants' 2-3311 321 E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2.1201
_.. 2 1 .667 Hi
: I r Shown by appointment call SMUIo- 1 3 ..2SO3E1kI ,
...... -.1 S 330 3 -------.-

I j ; '. J. E. Beardsley SalesAgentI 'VFWa Lions and Kiwanis 4 played 000 to 4 a :

12 to 12 tie that will be played -
I I Clewiston Phone YU 2-7501 over at end of season If necessary. __ Complete, Line Of


I ..' ....w'" II. .,- Lions LAST((32))WEEK'S-VTW ((2)SCORES) Building Material
I Kiwanis (U-SMU) ( ((10))
*; Kiwanis ((12)-Lions (12)-TIe)
Six Lots
I .J Legion ((15))-Elks ((2))
Legion ((16))-VFW (I) .
SMU ((20)-Elks) ((10)
In Ridge Area '
f between Del Monte 6c Del Rio Avenues July vs 24Klwanls -VFW CONCRETE JOBS, OUR RADIO

SOLD by US last week. Monday Legion Jul129-vs SMU CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL


f '; i, Repeat The Good Elks vs VFW
I Sites are Wednesday July 31- AND EFFICIENTLY.
I' Lions vs VFW
i Legion vs Kiwanis
{ Rapidly Disappearing
TOP TEN nrrrEss .
: I / from the market Name Team AB H AVE .
Holoubek Lions 14 9 .sa
I B. Red b Legion 11 T ..836Prtaden
j'I VJ'W 11 T ..630Kriedler
I 1 1 J. E. Lions 1811 .811 Hare Lumber
,; Clark Kiwanis 7 4 .m Ready Mix Inc.

:,REGISTERED !REAL ESTATE BROKER Nelson .._ VJ'W T 4 ..572Edens ,
Lions 17 9 .S29

ClewUton \i ,Phone YU 2-7501 L. Hall ___ Lions 11 9 ..500Williford Call YUkon '2-4411
",.SI '. Elks 12 6 .SJO Haiti St.-Clewi |
i ,Murphy, _.._ SMt1 s a .SJO --
r ,
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lOewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page SevenHarlem '

FOOD POISONING REPORTED I Thursday, July 23, 1903


BATES: Four cents FOR SALE Payroll
envelope. SINGER
t insertion. 70 cents printed wtlh form SEWING MACHINE\ -I
vet word chare per ; tour Insertions curlty. withholding and for social s* representative will be at Gld- Summertime, picnics, cream which cause foodborneitexl. .--I I I

ilJDllnlllD(for the price of three. j ductions. Box of 500. other dewlston de dens For Furniture Store each Friday. plea and chicken sandwiches dent eatloa grow and deposit a toila Events and News Of Our Colored Community
parts, sales service In
Newt Office. always mix.Accordln'. or poison In the food before Editor
I or call YU 2-6721. tic to O. C. Kuhn assistant It b consumed. fUckneaaj la MRS. JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News

1 FOR SALE-1 G. E. clothes dry- BLUM SONS PLASTERING mlcroblologlst with the Agra caused by the toxin and not Phone YU 2-7631

n er. 1 Neon light fixture 2 fans Very Best Work cultural Experiment Stationa' by the bacteria HARLEM ACADEMY PERSONAL' MENTION

1 double bed frame with head, We Save You Money Food Technology and Nutrition When intoxicated food is con

-- board. 1 Electric waxer 8 out Pestering, Simulated Stone Department sit the University of sumed symptoms of Illness usually SCHOOL NEWS Mrs. Mildred (Day) Williams

BEAt EST.TBSIZ aide light fixtures, assortment Stucco Free Estimate Florida. "Hot weather and food' appear within three houra. The formerly of OewLston but now re-

> w. O'BISPO. Unfinished steeleasonry rugs pillows bedspreads, dray Licensed and Insured can spell Hood poisoning! Picnickers mortality rate, however, Kuhn ex The Recreation Department of siding in New York, accompaniedby
house. Will sell as Is eries, OK-Chobee Fort Lauderdale Florida, will be
Motel Is
25 Yearn In Business should take precautions to is low and her tour children, enjoyinga
plains, very recoverynormally :
.molete' to buyers speclflcaExclusive. tfc 3850 Lora Street keep their food under acme formof within or two represented by the Sunland Park delightful vacation here with relatives
occurs one
;, Fort Myers, Fla. Ito I II refrigeration,"*he warns."Beady4oaerre I day. I swim team when they will: visit the and friends. She and"chil
bedroom frame, FOR SALE 1958 I Junes Mason pool Thursday, July:
NORnISIDE-S Pathfinder
ED of Mr.
I 7-0171) or OX 4-2874 pout try. Ex- diem are the house guest
tin.ooo. House Trailer, cash or terma. ham custard and cream-till The Florida Agricultural 25. Th dual meet Is scheduled to and Mrs. Thurston Hilton.W .

NORnISIDE; 2 bedroom frame, Easy lift traDer hitch complete ed pastries are especially our periment Stations Food Technology begin at 2:00: p.m. are delighted to see Mr.
19.000. with electric brake. 12 ft boat eepUble to the and Nutrition Department la Fort Lauderdale was last represented
rapid growth of and Mrs. Charlie Mack over the
ACREAGE as avalable.I and 7K HP Evll>n fo motor. ([.OSTXfOUNDREWARD : bacteria," he explalna.: "After constantly seeking to Improve the In Ctewlston three ;years past weekend.
NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 Phone already excellent safety record of
ACU5 23091. tfc such food bar been held from ago In at meet which Included Hal-
bath frame home. Hardwood three to fire hours at normal our food industry, he concludes. lendale West Palm Beach, In The many friends of Mr*. John
FOR You dan help by taking a few nie Ma Williams are delighted
SALE-1960 16-ft Owens which they finished first These .
fl temperature
summer of SO
HOMES In Broward, Palm For the return of a simple precautions insuring that to know that she Is conva1e.cnlYtI'7I11ce17
-ITU: berglass boat with 80 hp Mercury black to 90. degrees;they will moat two teams last met In the city of
Beach and Dade counties, vari-' electric motor with alternator and Chilhuahua female dog. likely be toxin." your picnic outing will have a happy Fort Lauderdale where the team at her home

,1 sizes and prices. Small cash trailer Brand new windshield and Call Answers to the Dame of Cookie. ending. from Harlem finished third Infield a Mrs Mary Brewster !Is much improved -

pIYIIIeot.lOR top. Motor has less than 100 hours YU 27258. Auglc Contrary to popular opinion, Involving West Palm Beach, and has returned home after -

RENT Efficiencies and running time. Can be teen at 721 LOST-Childs size 8 black loafer. ,:not maine all," food the researcher poisoning fa "pto Fort Lauderdale Miami, Pompanoand being confined to Hendry: General
available.Over emphasizes Gasoline Sales
as Cortex HospitaL
Phone YU
2-7151 or YU Pretty cure someone's pet doff Hallendale.
lots to select "Few people have ever experienced
1.000( vacant 3-2571. ,
Uc took it Finder please call YU 2- Mrs. Savannah Minatee Is enjoying .
This meet will
not affect the
for aU purPes .. Vartouavices. true ptomaine. poison Take Small Dip regular -
JOB 5603 lip schedule other than a delightful vacation In California
tog recrea-
Terms.INVESTMENT SALE: 1948 Chevrolet Cootact
where she is visiting with
AND INCOME Modern Gasoline sales took alight tional swimming. The admission I
[ Bob Overholt, Jr. YU 2-5641 knowledge of bacteriology a
her son and family Mr. and Mrs
PROPERTY: AugSc recognlaea' two types of sickness downward dip In May, 1963 compared fees are; lOc for children and ISo Samual :Minatee and children.

PGO MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent Miscellaneous Wanted caused by bacteria in foods. with the previous year, according for adults.
Mr. and Mrs. A ,L Robinsonare
CBS construction, $23.000. FOR SALE: 1959 Volkswagen They are known as food-bourne Infections to reports from the state Diving will be Included In the > .
their vacation in Air '
Interest farm schedule of the event. Your at- spending
LONG TERM Camper In real good condition. and intoxication. In the comptroller's office.
bany. Ga. with relatives and
one, grays and ranch mortOKI 27,000 miles Phone YU 2-2891. tic case of food-borne infections: the The gasoline aales ported in tendance Is Invited .The adults friends.

minimum 150,000. WAITRESS WANTED-Apply In food only serves M the carrier of June, 1862 were 130,523. and in learn to swim class, Is cosponsoring

LISTINGS NEEDED FOR SALE Parrakeets $2.00 person Canebrake Restaurant dbe. -produclnl bacteria. When June 1983.130,496. (a loss of $27)). the meet-Sylvester Humphrey Little.. Judith: Gale Hilton is enjoying

I. M. LANKFOKPIff. up. Mynah birds, African love zed the food la consumed the bacteria Sales from the entire state Jr., discolor: a delightful vacation with

Reil Estate Broker birds, monkeys, cages, suppllea. grow and cause symptoms of some showed an Increase' from $11,166 her grandmother, Mrs. Geraldine .
SO East Sugarland Highway Pet boarding. Thompson Wild alcknea 096 to $11,703,319. according to Harris in Tampa, Florida. I
Fire, Auto and General Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2UM -I PUBLIC NOTICE j In contrast, the bacteria the report. FRIENDLY CHRISTMAS CLUB The many friends of Mrs. Lula

Insurance : tic The Friendly Christmas Saving Gamble (Mama Lull) ar* very I
Oetttnn. Jla. Ph. YU 221UDQIAND TO sorry to hear of her illness and
NEW KOTICH OP INTENTION CITY Or CLEWI8TON Club held their last meeting at the I
OP SCRATCH. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMB 1 send "get well wishes" for an I
bom of Mr. and
GREATER THAN PADS are ready. News office. The undf reigned doe hereby certify NOTICE or BUDGET HEARING Johnnie early '
that I am conducting a Skating Fambrough. There were a few recovery.Lawern
IVER for houses, acreage, bus{ ALL MAKES 21" Rink bualneie at Clewlaton, Florida, Notice I I. hereby given that the City Commlaalon of the City of members N. Dixon, daughter of
tcsses.:We have customers wait- USED TV SETS under th. riotltloui name of BUO-R- Clewliton, Florida, ha. cauaed to b* prepared a budget of operatingexpenee present, but tha.meeting! Mr. and Mrs.
List property"with us.I Guaranteed $19.85 down, $14.04 LAND ROLLER RINK and that Mid to b. paid out of the General fund and the Revenue Fund, forth was a success spiritually and fin Claude Dixon has
your .
Ill. per month. LAKE APPLIANCE firm !. oompoMd of th. following period' beginning October 1. Itll, and ending September 10, 1144. A ancially. The next will returned home after spending! a
t Belrds1e,. Ph. YU 2730Ltfe pcreon whoa name and placed* of regular meeting of the City Commlaelon will b. held on August 1111, meeting beheld delightful three
IIi week's
CO.. YU 2-715L tic realdence art a. follow) at 1.10: p. m. In the City Hall, City of Clewiston at per- at the home of Deacon and vacation II I
Florida M. Whlttcn Bone with, eutgeatlona, complalnti, or objection.I to ft..t:: budgets: a* Mrs Osgood August\ 3, 1963. with her gamdmother and other
SS4 Ea t Baa-amor ,.nu.. prepared, will be heard, and the budget, with such change which are relatives hi 'Thomasvllle Ga. She "
CUwUton. Florida earned expedient, will b* adopted
I Owntnhlp of 8UOARLAND ROLLER f r1 /'/ [ was accomapnied: on her trip by r!
FOR RENT Business Services Florida RINK I*M.a*WhitUn follow! ILI'[ *.: City Clerk WILLIE!: LEE YOUNG'S her aunt Mrs. Cora Lee McOary. it':

SS4 Eat Baramor Avenue PROPOSED GENERAL OPKRATI.fO FUND BUDGET lS>ia.4 HONORED Mrs.. Johnnie McKenny and baby '
.. CUwliton, Florida' WITH PARTY sun, Samuel, have returned home i
It I. mjr Intention to apply to the .Propoeed '
| FOR RENT-Two bedroom unfur- Clerk of the Circuit Court In and JTJlK BudgetxRudieis 1041-04 Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee Young after a delightful vacation 'with I

lasted bouse. Can YU 24881JulMc PAINTING OF ALL TYPES-Indoor for liter Hndrjr said I name County of Buiarland Florida: to Roller Peg- | IllllOt U..... Bud.tPolio. were honored with a party Friday her mother In Alabama. I

outdoor. Contract or by Rink under th* prorlilone of Chap Fir. Department ... .. 4.100.00 115.617171x4,100.00. Night j July' 19 at the Harlem Recreation -
hour. Free estimates. Any size Job. t.r ItSII, law of Florida, Act of Street 11,60010 14,1.14.76 11100.00 I' : Center. The ffair
| FOR RENT Furnished cabins and For 1111. I Bridge and Culvrt-Labor '100.00 4,450.15 4,100.00 was sponsored COLORED BIRTH
additional Information can M. WRITTEN' Street Light Maintenance I.SOO.OOS.600.00 1,1711 4,00ff.0fla,7io.oo by the American Legion Suouland Mr.
triOen. Johnson Fishing Camp Town Paint tt Hardware. YU 3- CN $74FLORIDA I' Park. and Parkway ..11'." Post 318. the Auxiliaries and Mrs. Coney Hudson
TI 2.l1I1. UcFOR 1141 AuglSc July IS, IS, Aag,1/,15II Sidewalk 1100.00 1,140.11 ',100.00WMd. ) I aDd the staff Rltta Camp, are the proud parents '
L 0,600.00T.750 t.111.00S.T41.I4 7,000.00Tro.h of Hendry General of .
a baby girl, born July 23 at .
.. _. !
RENT 2 and 3 room fur- --- 00 10,750.00 _
REGISTER NOW Oewlston Glade* Roofing Co. Oarbeg 11000.00 11,110.70 10,500.00 Hendry General Hospital. The baby
shied apartment Phone HOT.tfc School: of Ballet Ales 4 and up. AO W Ditch. __________ 4.SOOOO '.'11." 4,100.00 A )are group of friends were weighed 6 pounds at birth and has I
Types Reel
an4nwet ., .. present for '
Mosquito Control '.108." '.111." 1,750.00 'D'evening of pleasure
Inquire: Janet Adami, 3-1572; Metal Work Shop and General.r..:._... f,'oo.eo 1,561.11,000,00 in their been named Civet.CARD .
| FOR RENT Trailers and Trait Barbara Comrie 2-4871. Aug 8 p New CaastraeUeai er Supervleloa .. .. ..'00.00 '.011." 4,100.00 honor. They' 'were also I
Office Salaries ','00.00 1,110.00 10,000.00 presented many gifts
Repair lake
v spices. Royal Palm Trailer SUP COVERS and drapes. Cur Offlco Eipene and Supplle 1,10000 ...... 1.1011.00 I Those present enjoyed
| Put Phone TO 2ZIIOLUC City Attoraey 1.SOO.OO. 1.140.10 1,17'.00, OF THANKS
"Tom"'made .
: Tbmpfcfe Tine of| Phone '
2-7111 City JudgeAdvertlilng...-- ... 71.00 loooo and games. On ; Tb*-farnHy'bfTheTaliTMf.; SamColeman ''I
FOR' RENT-Bedroom with prigse drapery and slip cover fabrics. Day er Ertnlnra and Promotion x,100,00 UT.66 t40000 'the menu was barbecued chicken, wishes to express their
Audltln 10000to 1,100.00 1.100.00
Free estimates. Call YU W83L .
bath. Phone 2-6881. W. B.BUley. P. 0. BM 1243CLEWBTON. Auto and Truck Uoenie .oo ".00 1100 toned salad, baked beans cheesecake sincere thanks and deep appreciation
Ito Van Cothern'a Custom Furniture\ FLA.i Building Repairs ...,...,_..._.- 1000.00 100.00 1000.00 punch and cockktalli. The to their friends for their
I _____' many
and Upholstery tic Iniuranc ____ 1,00000 ,'U.11 ,500,00
JOB REOT-Trailer close to Payroll T.: E.p... .,.... .,....00 .,"'.II .,'00.00 Youngs will be leavinz our city in kindnesses at the time of his Illness
-.-.-.-.-.-.-..--.-.-.---.-----------.------------- Utilities InIp.n.. .. ,. 10000.00 ". 041.1' 10,000.00Employ. the near future and
Suable for Couple. Call tiJwn.1 .. ..........................YaIY///, .'. Uniform 1,150.00 .n." 1,100.00 w* wish them end passing. We are grateful
651. Ito I rI Janitor Salary -- ','11.00 ....00 1100.00 much success In their new loca to, the neighbors! for food flowers
Janitor Expense: __ 105.1T 100.00 tion.
cards and all kindly acts of'1I11- .,
TOR! RENT S room furnished I i .Golf.New Con Equipment*. Eipent_, --. 1,700 .1,150.01,....141 11,560.00Library 6,000.00 pathy. May Cod continue to bless (

owe. Can YU 2-1238 Ito BUSINESS DIRECTORY Play Park Eipenee .,..._ 1.16000 1,10000 1111.71 1.101.11 4,100.00 1,750.00Recr.ation CHUB CU NEWS each and aU otjrou. I'

Department _ 11,04000 11.111.47 .110.00 New Bethel AME Respectfully, I IMrI.
TOR RENT Small furnished I ..u Mlicellaneou E......* 10,000.00' -1,117.11 10,000.00 Ray. L. Holmes, Faster Eddl* Ma* Coleman.

partmeat. Available July: 1, 61$ SEE US FORBOTTLED WALDRON'SMEATS Chamber of Commerc _l 1,500.00 1107,114.00: ii'i'W'i. and the. Coleman Family. ;
EMnldad. Phone YU 2-6853. Ito GAS Hendry County Fair _, 100.00 Sunday School. 9:30: ajn. H. I_ McKlr i I I
AND GROCERIES Nwpapr Adrertlelng 100.00 *, superintendent I
WR RENT Bedroom private :i Morning MY SINCERE THANKS I i
.00 worship, 10:55: a.m.
tail and private entrance. GenM AppliancesSalesService eel. Tractor I.,It,.00 Evening worship, 7:00: I wish to express my deep ap-- ;
Open T AJl 8 PJl p.m.
1 Tractor
0Di Circle Drive preclation and sincere thanks .to
Rehearsals for choirs
32801E I Mower .. 1,000,00 Wednesdayand
TO tic my many friends Jar their kindness
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK: eel Dump Truck 1760.00 Thursday nights.
during my recent illness and

POWER GASCORPORATION For Your Spur of Moment Picnics Ht.tio.ooESTIMATED ; The Third 'Quarterly Conferencewas confinement at HeDdrOeDeral

miscellaneous I for I Sale Four Miles East of dewlstom 101-04 Sunday, with the. presiding Elder prayers and acts of kindness. I am

_|Budget 11.500.00 mIrv; conducting the also grateful to the Doctors and ,

I CALL COLLECT Bare Beach Oarbag Fine. and Fee Forfeiture i ?_.. 10.100.00; Staff of Hendry General for their
WB SALE-Large Pony. Beauti WY 85521BENDBT Road and Brldg Fund '..100.0'MOlqulto In the absence of the presiding patience and attention to bring
South Bay 000.00
ful whit Control Elder for the me through crucial
maDe and talL Pony Occupational -" 1,1(0.00 evening services, a period and
deg trained. Saddle, bridle InIbIed. COUNTY Dog L4cen Llcenee 140.00: the pastor was In charge. After the the blood donors May God shower

W30.00 Mrs. >,. Parks, Attention Cattlemen Bicycle Llo.n.. 1,500.00 10.00 :regular' routine of service, .the his richest blessings along your
| bay 8-7M N. W. LaBelle. 'Title & Abstract Co. Building Plumbing permits Permit TlO." church was organized for the bus path.

Itc 'Title Abstract-Title taswraaeejrobUe New U the Urn to eosuoIUata Electrical Permit 150.00 10.00 Incas session of the conference.Rev. Respectfully,

=..,_ -_ Stenographer Duplicating rear debts with a .loaf term farm Sign Swimming Permit Pool Income ','00.00 L. Holmes, chairman; Mrs. Mrs. Johnnie Mae Wif haaa.. '
rkotextoprtaig -
Brldro 8U and Park Ae.UBetle. Ism low Interest rotes: & wKh Play Park Income 1600.00 00000 alma George, secretary; Willie -
Fla. T. O. Box MlOEaate Youth Center House, marshal; Mrs. J. S. Ga- I
Real Estate t-Ml Federal Land Bank f ..,..0.00 jadha, reporter. Harlem Club I

Efficient Transfer PROBABLE from INCOME ReTtinue Fund --. T3.e.09 Tbere was a brief memorial ceremony Your Favorite Mixed: Drink I 'I I

Exclusive Listings For prompt See er Write To b* Bailed by .Tax*. and Other Source 16,000.00 jar the late Julia Campbell Cocktails I I

Home delivery W. .. MAT "(111,111.00 Rev. Lee Jenkins made remarks Fried Chicken Sandwiches I
FOB SALE!: on her life .. Recorded Music
a Christian. AH Popular Bands
OF THE MIAMI. BELL Box tit Walcald. BoOdlnfBradentosi FUND BUDGET x111.1504
time offered auxiliaries of the church made Mr., aad Mrs. WUl WaHaee, '
150' ffiwa7 27 frontage. Inside Call Bobby Giddens Florida WATER ELECTRIC written and financial reports The Freprletors I .
** Water Puraha..0.- .110,000.00 report of the I
day's activities II
edctei May Wat., El..trle 1111,000.00 I
"* TO HIll _
part Bupervlelon and t/nglneerlng .r.i ,,+.-.--- Z 1,100.00 ','00.00 read by the secretary. The choir i
hall Maintenance of Plat. Byelera-Labor ','00.00 1O.00e.00 rendered special music
tract of cane within % Maintenance of Dist Bylt.m--Mat.rlal. 4,000.00 1,000.00 throughout Hilton's
el De Ig Lake and U.s. 27 EVINRUDESales I Maintenance of Traneformere-Labor 1,100.00 the day. Visitors are always welcom. Grocery ,
Maintenance I of Tranaformer*-Material. 1,600,00: : ..
FOR RENT Maintenance of X.tere-Labor 1,100.00 1000.00 Groceries: Fresh Meats

lj'yooin I furnlahed"apart- and ServiceNew ::::::::::: : '&.ter.-11at.rlale ydrante-Labor;; 4,600 100.00.00 1000.00 Vegetables *

: 90.00 Maintenance of Water Kqulpment,0thr and Labor 7100 HOSPITAL NOTES Cold Drinks Essential!: Items
per month. and Used Meters Bupplle. and Small Tool i 400.00 1.0eO.00 We Appreciate Your Patronage

*?*! 00m urrfurnlshed! house Marine Hardware state Auto and Utility Truck Tax Kipena. .. 710.00 1,000.00 1,600.00 Colored Patients Admitted: Mr. and >Mrs. Taaratoa _tea

w.OO Per month. Farts and Accessories. Meter Reading .. 1.100.00 1,100: :00 RosJ Mae Johnson, Eddie Me- rraprletora

Marine Safety; Equipment Co.t of Costumer .nleln.-Labor_ ... 400.00 Intyre, Lula Gamble Martha Lee ;.

1182 TRAILERS Phone TTJkon 2-1211 155,411.00 $111,000.00 Simmons Angela Denise Dixon, ;
mad SO' 10 wide 2 bedIIQo Office Ualarle ? 10,600.00: : Eddie James Smith, Samuel Green I
8mal1 down Auto Eipenae 110.00 I JULIA'S H H
115$ payment R. Eo WALDRON Stationery and Offioa Supplies. 1100.00 Doris Hudson I I
hIl 58' 10 wide 2 bedroom Po.tas. 1'000.00 Colored Patients Remaining! : BEAUTY NOOK
down Telephone and Telegraph' .00.0.
assum payment Insurance and Doad. /,500.00 Samuel Green Angela Dixon, For That New Loot
I Adrertlilng and, Promotion 000' Eddie James Smith I I
U to, I 00 Eugene Tar- Tlatlag -. Styling
paved Cutting
str-et., fenced Tampa Tribune 'I Legal and Prefeealonal 1100,00 vet, Rotle Mae Johnson, Doris N. Appotat-tents. : I
Pump Light and Water-Offc| $00.10: ;
aeptte tank and '
Hudson Lula rrw.
IIItfo aid Payroll Tax 1,500.00Employe.U Gamble Maryetta .lICIlatvda7
$5'' for house 'tra er. 10' x uniform" (City Eipn) 'TOO'O' Smith Martha Lee Simmons. Mrs. Julia Sales Proprietor_ !

j 1'raner Included. Total price Ft. Myers 'U.;, ,'. 1141.119.001 ; "
and take over TraDer News Press Transfer t* General Fund 175/51.00 I
Pa1lntlltl.> ,
Terms to line Imprormt 55,551.01
right party. tthe Borne Delivery: Line Truck and Equipment 10foo.0/; : ELITE

Can W. O. CAMPBELL: ,....111.0. I GROCERY]
Phone 2-2791 I
Leered Groceries Fresh Meats School !
fed 1n-Water Supplies
Estate { 8 ....00.0.
'r al TV 1..1421 ,J HATHCOCK'SAUTO Cuetomer Bale: *-Electric"ICIIlWat.r: Light Rat 41,000.00 1,600,05: : Cold Drinks dewiston ':: ;
Ae gAaeaoiabctEU SALES A 8EBYICSBECTAUBANT Bale*Electric Residential. _,r-. 110,100.05 News" ..I,.. 1 I II ,
Bale* Electric Oonmerclal .
IVANrrA i10,000.oe: *
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IOIlNBON A SERVICE Bale* Electric Power 5,000.0$ Other Items '
I-UI1 STATIONOfENALLNTOBT Cuatorner penalties and Serrle. Charge* 7,000,00 ? i i'I
CUIOLL L. BENSON New Due from Cigarette Tax and Other Fund ,1/,151.4: : .. << i
TV usza 1414,111.011 Information .- Call TO 276511CIASSIFIIDADS ::
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Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston Fla.j .
j Thursday July 25. 1963 ".. \ '-

J: p 4 generally costing about one- tfr THE
Veterans NewsBy
third of what they are now FARM
paying; or i
2. Convert the "RS" policy to a
County Service Officer I'j FRONT ,,;
low cost permanent plan of

Many Florida veterans who hold Insurance.
'I e 1;: CI "RS" Insurance policies have The "W" term Insurance cannot BY DOYLE CONNEROMMISSIONER One StopService
only] a few weeks remaining In be renewed after age 50 but the I
which to qualify! for a special dividend Insured may at any time while FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
by exchanging "W" term term Insurance Is In force, convertto
,I policies or converting to permanent any of six permanent plans
Agriculture generally fared pret- themselves for merchandising
Insurance, the Veterans Administration These have fixed premiums higher
said ty well at the hands of the 1963 and promotion. programs
today than for term Insurance but they
Legislature. Out of a number of .
The Veterans Administrationsays do not Increase In cost every five I
bills sponsored by the Department i The importance of Florida's
!the special dividend, author- years as term insurance premiums
about 80 per cent passed rapidly developing horse farming
Ized for this expires
purpose do.The and became law. Industry was recognized in the
September 13, 1963. aix permanent plans are: ordinary One of the most Important is adoption of a bill authorizing programs
After that date, "RS" policyholders life twenty payment life, the statute setting: up standardsfor to control and eradicate two
may still convert or exchange -! thirty payment life, twenty-year en- the "sunFLAvor" seal of quality Beriousequlne diseases infectious
their policies but they will dowment, endowment at age 60, and and authorizing the Commissioner anemia (swamp fever) and
no longer be eligible for the dividend endowment at age 65. to establish rules and regulations plroplasmosis (tick fever).
payment. Information, premium rates and governing Its use on Floe
In the livestock category,
Only] GI Insurance policyholders application forms have been sent ida farm products.I .
we now have authority to establisha
with '-US" Insurance that was Issued by the VA to each veteran still think this Is one of the biggest diagnostic laboratory in Suwannee -
to Korean Conflict servicemenare holding an "RS" policy forward steps ever taken for the County in response\ to requests
concerned in this program. : promotion tad merchandising of for such service principally by the
On or before September 13, 1963! our agricultural commodities.One swine and poultry industries Killed *' Printing of all kinds-
they must: Plea Day In of the first bills to be- in committee,was a bill for
1. Exchange the "RS" term policy come law at the recent session compulsory calf vlcclnatlon in the

for a "W" term policy was an emergency measure current State-Federal program to in size quantity. We
Letterpress printing any can
County CourtJimmy to permit overweight eradicate brucellosis.o.-

I'T trucking acts to railheads of perishable at various prod- also handle register forms, continuous forms for
Three of our new laws are
Neal Bonds and Elton
MoonliteBowling points. Because of the Florida
een-age Brown Barber both pleading guilty East Coast Railway strike designed to give our farmers a billing machines. If it's printed, we can do it for you
of while in: better break than they have
to charges driving this measure was necessary toaid
,PartyFri. toxicated were fined $200 or 60 farmers in getting their been getting on;land assessments quickly and economically.
and taxes. These should
., July 26. 10:30: days plus the mandatory loss elf commodities to an operating
fo far to preserve agricultural
drivers' license for 90 days, by railroad for outoftate ship
\ till 12 midnite40c fudge B. N. Parson at Hendry meaL activities In many areas
per game, 200 shoes County Court Plea Day, Monday, where urban expansion has
Strictly an emergency measure threatened to force the abandonment -
I FREE Stereo Music plea The of court guilty accepted on a no valid the drivers'written the law will have no applicationwhen of f a-via I a rand EngravingWe -
normal rail transportation Is because of nearby
i Glades Bowling license charge for Alexander S. ranching
Koczak, who was fined $25 or 10 resumed. speculative developments. handle wedding announcements, invitations,
I Lanes
days. The Judge ordered a rum- Homeowners will be interested
I mons Issued for Charles Patrick It has been the opinion of the In a new law entitled "An Act to personal or business cards or any other type of engraved
Breldt,who did not appear before Agricultural Advisory Council for Protect Purchasers of Plants and
some time that It is undesirablefor Nursery Stock." It provides that
the courts on speeding charge; stationery.
I ordered a warrant Issued for Char a regulatory agency such as any plant or nursery stock sold in
the Department of Agriculture to Florida shall be "viable" it
leston Mitchell, on a charge of using
'profane language. be Involved In policy matters relating must be such as to fulfill the purpose
Fp1 i pN to establishment of prices. for which It I*grown. In view "
The Judge ordered posting of a
The Council recommended and Rubber
of the current shortage of citrus Stamps-
$100 bond until the next term of the legislature adopted, a bill removing : :
nursery stock, it 'should provide ;\: .:: : j
Boots Guides Gas Ice County Court for James Henry
from the Milk Commission
important protection also for citrus
I Fishing Tackle Supplies Burney who pleaded not guilty to except in advisory capacities the growers who buy young trees 5-day service given on any, kind of rubber.. stamp.
a charge of depriving minor children <
members representing the Department
for replanting hit by the
Johnson'sFishing of necessary support and rai' and the State Board of December 1962 acreage freeze Signature stamps take a little longer but'can be se
ment. Health. .

CampCUwbtoo.no. Found guilty of disorderly con Bills were offered, at the request Legislated In connection with cured.
duct ,charges were Grace Davis of the respective industries, fairs and livestock shows was a
.1 find $35 or 10 days; Mose G. John- for enabling legislation to set Up new law providing for regulations

marketing agreements among producers i and safety requirements to control
of milk, tobacco, watermel- carnivals and shows at agricultural
one and foliage plants. i faire Some $300,000 was ap Advertisingoffered -

TILLS The milk bill was' killed la propriated for the, coming biennium -

Phone 924-5660 Pahokee, Fla. committee and the Ubaeeo to be disbursed on a matchIng to you through the Clewiston News. If your
fund basis for building new facilities -
Representing Howell Wilmoth & Associates bill died on the calendar. The

'I I / 205 Worth Ave., Palm BeachMORTGAGELOANS watermelon West bill Florida amended yrodneers. toameMe for county fair and and regional livestock agricultural business requires! *reaching-* the Mass]] market b> 1 ,this j is

0 and the foliage bin both shows.
headquarters for single advertisement ,a
} a
At Interest Rates YouHCan Afford became law. Producers In your I. .,
Timely In view *f the public
ACREAGE RANCHES FARMS both Industries now may establish
"environmental continuous
furor ever campaign.
standards for their
hassards" due to Increasinguse
products and Tote to assess
O MORTGAGE INSURANCE ef poisonous chemicals In
agriculture and,the growing
Your Business is Appreciated
eon, $35 or 10 days; J. Lowe. $100or volume of pesticides availablefor -r Direct Mail ServiceThe -
r 60 days and Robert Jennings, use la and around hones,
$100 or 60 days. Forfeiting bonds are two actions by the 1963

r on land this, $35 charge and Aron were:Johnson.Eunice Hol-$23. 1 Legislature A supplementary appropriation largest circulation in Eastern Hendry County is

On charges of beating board bill approved to expand the Depart
ment's Inspections to protect consumers We offer direct mail service for
J. Lowe was fined $25 or 10 days a addressing your
AUTE levels
plus restitution; and Richard Long against dangerous
was fined $1250, with restitution of pesticide residuer edible products printed literature. Reach every home in Clewistonand
tf already made. and

Elton Brown Barber pleaded 2 Authorizing the,Commissioner rural routes by using our specially prepared
to revoke
of Agriculture or suspend
inn guilty to the charge of driving

while intoxicated was fined $200or sale in registration Florida when offs It pesticide is found for to mailing list. Rates gladly given on request.
60 days with the mandatory re-
vocation of drivers' license for 90 be mislabeled or adulterated.

JNS days Ray Thomas Gasklll was
fined $25 or 10 days for speeding, Picnic DinnerAt PicturesExtra -

the case of Floyd Dawson Gunn Beardsley Farm
for spading dismissed by the
s Judge. Enjoying an outdoor picnic din- prints of pictures taken by the News staff

r SAVE MONEY! BORROW HERE! Bonds ordered entreated: Ellis ner Sunday on US at 27 East the BeardsleyFarms were Mr. be secured.
Watson Spears Jr., speeding.: $50; may Please place orders as soon as possible
and Mrs. J. E. Beafdefey. Mr. and
Charles Alvls Fletcher, Jr.,
speedIng -
i Buy your car anywhere, but borrow hereto $35; Manuel Jesus Leon, no Mrs. J. W. Beardsley and son after picture is taken in
pay for it. Our bank rates are the lowest valid drivers' license, $25; Richard David. Mrs. Mar?' Burnette, Mr. or appears paper.
and Mrs. V. R. Beardsley, Brian,
Vlsser speeding! $35; Armer
available to the public. What's more, our Edwin White speeding $35; Sergio and Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Dan

terms are realistic planned with your Abreu. speeding, $35, Pierson Beardsley, Byrnlna Ruth and Danny
Walter Branham Hendrick C. E. Robbins, and the Rev. Subscriptions-
; budget in us first for your loan. $35; Charles William speedIng Dana-, and Mrs. Bruce Beudaley, LUah

tNS: : speeding, $40, Gary Lamar Rld- Ruth. Rey Rhoda"and Daniel, ol
; A full
; is
'r year's
"} OF CLEWISTONPh. dick speeding, $35; flex Brlggs, Vlncennes, Ind.Sugarland. subscription to The Clewiston News

bare assault $35, and John B-
YU 2-6001 Clewis ton, Fla. Grey, speeding, $35. Pharmacy available for only $4.00. Keep up with all the hap
Plea day will not be held on
I July 22nd, announced Judge Tar- PIZZA I penings in the greater Clewiston area by subscribingto
LOW BANK RATES sons this week, but will be resumed
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