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: August 15, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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YO 38 NUMBER 33 cLEWISTON, FLORIDA TIIURSDAY, AUGUST iS, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed. 345 3, P.M, -- Subscrlptlon 34.00 year

County Rate High r ( I i NF f Electrical System

of Hendry County real-, John Skinner, Mrs. Gloria Allen, I
A pIP tlast weekend to acti- Mr. Onley O'Bannion and Mr*.
e ts a Hendry County TB and Fredna Taylor of LaBelle; Frank

th Association to combat Polhill Mrs. Frank Conkllng, Mr. / Gets Additions
l d of the dread disease, which Homer Bible, :Mr. Foy Durrance: 48 -L t.L I

Naniag far out of proportion Intomb. of dewiston. s'l a br.al't

Is declining The City of Ckwlstoa is "beef. The commission having only
roue the of the United State, Boat Owners Start log up" its electrical distribution two days left In which the bid
ill parts leveled at a 26.2 newcIivt system to take care of additional could be held rejected all bids,
has rate per year per power needs, due larteQin the and decided to consider the matter
case ReRegistrationUnder opinion of commissioners to the again following completion of other
GOOD, 'residents.Aferage Up increasing use of air conditioning projects now underway, considered
Hendry more critical After 90 days the
County firnres have New LawTax in local homes.
ofry than the atate"triP At MOlIdl1J1iaht'. meeting con commission believes the electrical
.- higher the last three Collector A. O. Ward said suiting engineer C. McCartney, project will be progressed far enough
for of new TB boat owners may now reregistertheir of St. Petersburg, under whose that Its costs will be known: ,
six cases
put,with and the pro shop project will betaken
guidance the
discovered In the county crafts under the new Florida f improvement program
king \ months. AsBtoj ]law; which takes boats oft the personal I la going on, recommended up for consideration.The .
the lat dis- property tax roll and puts Immediate. Installation of two ad- commission officially! certified -
cases are
M new the names of Leon Bembry,
remainder them under an increased annual ditional transformer of adequate
_red during the ." Fred C. Sites, Sarah E. Fountain,
dan- registration fee.Registration size, and follow up with other ad.
dIM year, the avenge is may take place at ditlons to the system. The transformers T. H. Jones, Jr and James F.:

paaa4ldsb dlslrti the courthouse in LaBelle (tax colSector' were ordered and will be Walker Jr, as candidates in the'
tost by local cases physicians were in- office) or at the county R installed immediately. accordingto coming city: ; election.
d private tub-office in dewiston. The ]law Dan McCarthy, present commissioner Attending the meeting were
local hospital These cases were farfriKed. set July first as the date for startof fl of public works. Mayor Bembry. Commissioners
or ;MILD Thismans that rest- re-registering, but forms have 1 The commissioner heard suggestions McCarthy: Mattson likes and
them- not been available until the present from Harry T. Vaughn Jones, Attorney Carlos Dickey.:.
rub have not been availing offered by time, said Ward. Jr. chairman of the citizens advisory Acting City; Manager Blair and
M of the facilities units. The fee is graduated upward : committee on construction: of Deputy Clerk Marie Webb.
mobile X-ray from boats of less than 12 feet the
being made for a visit P\aDlIl't\ future at 11 plus SO cent fee, to $75 plus course When the bids for this
I Hit unit in the very near 50 cent fee, for boats over 110 feet COUNTY JUDGE B. N. PARSONS and W. A. Intersection SK 89 and the Denand Read Fort building were opened recently, all LaFON NAMED
,1 fffl be announced In the News.Officers lo t. No boat less than 10 horsepower Davis, president ef the Everglades Historical SoDeaasd was one of a series ef forts which are being of them well above the architect'sestimate
elected for the Associaou need to register. ciety were ea hand when the State Park Service marked by the State Parks Board and above expectations of
Qtlzens Committee are: W. The new registration expires representative, placed this alstorie marker at the ,STAFF PHOTO. the commission.The .
chairman Lonnle Nor- INN MANAGER
Baker, ;
June 30, 1964; the old registration
.. .. committee reviewed
,,,b ch.;m an Clewiston" area I
for '
was two years.Owners !
plans and made several suggestions I'
n Lawrence Dyess, subchairiii registering a boat for Small NamedTo Funeral Services Condvcted for changes which would lessen William. E. LaFoa, Jr. has been ;I
LaBelle area: Mrs. LeRoy. the first time must show' proof of costs, but the total changes named manager of the dewistrw j I,
in, secretary; Mrs. Mtt Stan- ownership or must present an out- Complete TermMrs. did not bring the cost of the proposed inn effective ugust let according
Clewlston, campaign chair Saturday for Dennis SmallDennis !
t of state registration certificate. building within the amount to W. H. Lanier administrative II
iu: Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, dew- Decals 'will be issued with each Lucille R. Small, widow of which had been appropriated by of the United States i III
te,publicity ;Mrs. Walter Foote, registration slip and should be pasted the ]late Dennis Small, was appointed Small 53,prominent Hen- Bullock: County Georgia He was the commission as being availableif Sugar Corpojatian. I
iBeQe.! publicity; and Mrs. J .A. on the fen (port) aide of the Tax Assessor of Hendry dry county official rancher and educated In schools in Metter, G*., needed for the protect Mr. LaFon, career hotel manager I
tonal, county Health Depart boat County Monday: to complete the un- church worker, died Wednesday and In LaBelle, where he moved comes to dewiston from
not, representative. expired term of her hucband. Mr. August 7 In the dewiston Hospital with his parents at the age of 13. Jacksonville where he was associated I
Other members include Judge DyeM to Fete Small's death on August 7 left a following a heart attack suffered He married Miss Lucille Rudd Chamber MembersTo with the Seminole Hotel for i
mnrd Parson, Dr. Elizabeth v.canc11n the office which he bad while on vacation at his ranch of, Texas, and the couple has two two years and the dearwater "
niajard, Mrs. William Maddox, Ball PlayersSheriff held since 1937. The term tor home in the Flaghole! Drainage District sons end two daughters, all adults Beach Hotel for five years prior to .,
In Blanche McOormick, Mrs.1 Earl Dyes win be host which Mrs. Small was named ex- area of Hendry County The daughters are Lynda (Mrs. his Jacksonville residence "
to all Midget and Junior League plows January 1, 1965. Douglas Thompson Jr.) and Lo Nominate Six A student of Texas. Tech and e
Smoke Damage baseball players Wednesday, Aug Mrs. Small has worked with her rae (Mrs. James Marris) both of Cornell University, the new Inn
At Laural-Oaks 28 at a all-day outing at Flsheattng husband in the office, assistinghim LaBelle. The sons are Dennis G. manager has served in this caps
Creek. with the records and Interviewing Small, a teller la the First National Directors August 22The city; in Texas, Arizona and California
Monday Morning Tentative plans are being hand- property,: owners. She has Bank in Fort Myers, and prior to moving to Florida I
AUioe Ttomason received minor I led by Ernie Miller who asks that accompanied him to many conentlons Dale, an employee of the ,State election of six directors for nearly eight years ago.
01 ud nausea from smoke after' all who art going to be at the and workshops, and .ls Road Department LaBelle.In the Ckwiston Chamber of Commerce ." LaFon last been Joined .jndewiston .Ji., 1\\
eating to find his bed on fire Youth Center at I a.m.on that day. 'familiar with the procedures of the public life Small served as city "trill get underway" .. today by his"wife Aileen and "i.. ...'II '
v\j\ Monday morning at 'the Lour&ki They'will ride to Palmdale on two office and its functions. commissioner-tax assessor ,and ai when Mrs. Stella Plrkle, secretary, their 19 year old daughter, Janeen. I
on South"Pacific.( '' school buses and spend the day I The governor notified Mrs. Small I mayor of LaBelle. malls ballots to all members for who will enter dewiston High
Firemen answered the alarm] enjoying games and 'lmmID,. A ''of her appointment by telegram, Small was a member of the nomination of candidates.The School In September. The LaFons ,
tat 130 a,m. and found the en- hamburger fry will be enjoyed at and the necessary document were I Moore Haven Lodge No. 61, F & ballots will contain the, also have a son William E. III, '
n building full of smoke and moat lunch and the boys are scheduledto forwarded Immediately by maIL AM. and the dewiston Elk LodgeNo. names of all Chamber member who is a quartermaster in the
'the occupants standing outside be back In Clewlston at 4 p.m. 1153. not currently serving en Navy, presently serving on a tank
II result of the burning mattress There is a need for adults to ac- He was a stockholder and director the board of directors each er.
i worn 14 upstairs company the boys, and anyone In- Final Cigaret Tax of the Henftry County Bank, member Is to vote for six: nominees .-. I i
Thomson reportedly had tried terested in going is asked to contact and was president of the Board of and return the ballots
wwsfully to get the mattress Miller. Dyes Is presently on At 5# Sent Cities Supervisors of Flaghole Drainage to the Chamber office by six SCHOOL BUDGET !
4 bedclothes out of the windowwas vacation, but will be back in time District. p.m. ea Thursday, August '
nearly overcome by the to accompany the boys on the trip. Cigaret tax collections during Survivor are his widow, Mrs. SZad, when the ballots will be GETS APPROVALThe
V'f imoke Occupants were June, reported to the State Bev- Lucille R. Small, his mother, Mrs. opened and counted. 'I
'turd and lost several hour era,. Department in July: amounted Tbteodosla Small, two daughters, The twelve persons most frequently 1963- 4 school budget was
sleep, while the building was to $2.038.41715 In the state, Mr. Douglas Thompson Jr., and nominated in these ballots' transmitted to the State Superintendent l
"4 with only smoke damage r:8D.te : Richard B. Keating, director re- Funeral services were conducted : Mr*. James Morris, all of LaBelle; will be named as nominees, and of Public Instruction as .: i
1%, other than the mattress portl. In the First Baptist Church, La- two sons Dale, of LaBelle, and their names placed on the ballots accepted by the board in a special ,
Returned to the City of dewis- Belle ,at two o'clock Saturday afternoon D. G. of Fort Myers; ono brother, for the election at the annual meeting meeting called for a public
1Lttomjson> had returned the eve- Max Mba a. ton. from sales within the city with the Rev. Reeves Dean,I G. H. Small,, Clewistonj: three sisters in September. hearing on toe budget, Thursday
before from a trip to Georgia. August ( 91 11 _I 11 $2,992.57. This amount was five pastor, assisted by Rev. L. T. Fagan Mr. KIrby Thompson and This year the Chamber will elect' at 1 o'clock.No .
i employed by T. C. Yon as a August 9 115 74 r cents per package on retail sates. pastor of First Baptist Church, Mr*. J. 0. Davidson, LaBeQe, find six new directors for two years, one appeared to discuss the
," 10 ..... 113 ,2 .13' dewiston, officiating. Intermentwas and seventh member who will' tentative
din operator. August -- Effective July: First the tax: was Mrs. Edna Landon, of Miami; and a budget.
Wunteer firemen also answered August 11._ 113 13 raised to eight cents per package, in Fort Denaud Cemetery with eight grandchildren, Denlce Doug, serve for one year, completing the I Present were Joe M. Hall vice-
iilwm Friday evening to a burner August 12 .......-. 113 ,3 .31 and increased revenue is expected Moore Haven Masonic Lodge No. Lane and Danna Thompson, Tina, term of Loyd Kelly who resigned Chairman; Mrs. Blanche :McCormlck. -
near the Bare Beach Pump August\ 13 113 12 from this source to all qualified SliD charge graveside rites. Kelly Ann and Darla Jane Small because of business commitments Mrs. EWe Futch and Superintendent I
w, which had been extingulsh- August 14 __ .2 12 .28( municipalities la the state. I Dennis Small was a native of and Mona Morris. requiring his time In Miami. J. Homer Bble. I
tie! time of their arrivaL -Courtesy, U. S. Eengineer I

{indian River Sheriff And Family Spend Gruelling Night on Lake .1: 11; I

preservers and tied to- bat, when they could be easily :11:49: before the lone fisherman logged, hungry and sunburned." was notified and came to assist !
te+lfl Sam Joyce of Indian After spending the night with JethV wrth. 50 foot line, they I seen but no one saw them. Then |'' it to and swam I we decided to swim for It It was 'i Earl of the assistance of j I
Hendry county
wuaty; lib wife and two the boat in an effort to get headed Io o* the shore very very tired comp1ewQwater- Dyers a rescue boat
a spent i Kraemer Island and the deI tua bout seven to alas miles In the : end winch, which raised tt from I
lilt a ,gruelling hour next four hour before John Snook, the water so a patch could be I I
aters of Lake Okeechobee water intake tower. a commercial fisherman, tending placed in it, and it was towed in. '

if their boat rammed an un- the Ckwiston water Intake tower, his trot line In the ]lake, came along Nearly all of their possessions .
fer piling 8 o'clockthe them a lift were still in the boat, including I
about 8 p.m., Sheriff Joyce decided at and law
Mrs. Joyce's and '
purse money, a
*"* ,. The accident! occurred next morning that the family At the dewUton hospital where shotgun, and fishing tackle. A pistol I ,
miles off shore between 1 would swim for shore. Wearing they were taken for first aid and A which had been in the boat was i
examination, all were released es- e lost overboard and one of their '
cept Mrs. Joyce who suffered gasoline suitcases floated away (
burns on her arms and legs. f" +*f ,; t
All the family] suffered minor sunburn ,, The accident occurred as Sheriff J !
but otherwise were none the and Mrs. Joyce, their children, Deborah
worse for, their experience. ., Sue. 10, and Tod 8, were ten -, :
route to Fort Myers for a visit '. I I''.
"AH of us are swimmers and ? with his mother :Mrs. Maxine "
we have taught the children that / Joyce of Pabokeo. who was there i ;
they must keep their heads in any I on a visit with his sister Mrs. W. f
emergency When this happened, H. Rogers. I
they were frightened of course, \
but we explained! to them that we Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. f' I''
must take care of ourselves as we Maxine Joyce came to dewistoo
had always planned we would do." Thursday night to be with the .;- I I I
They put life-preservers on each family.
M1rw 1
including the daschund.: Duke, I r .
one, / + t 9 St The boat a 19 ft. Chriscratt !
and tied themselves together
Cruiser with Mercury outboard ma l
the night Sheriff Joyce alternately
tor had a big hole la
pushed and tried to paddle the bulL It
was taken. to Vero
Beach for re
the boat for several hours after
turning it over and trapping ,ty stl1.t pair. r !

enough air la.the bow to keep it .+ -Y t tt "la my many yean of ]law enforcement "
float and placing the two children work, as a highway la
and their pet on top while he and patrolman and *s Sheriff I have I, ,
Mrs. Joyce stayed in the water. t r been called on to assist folks la l. I

"I 'saw 'a fisherman' trot line many such emergencies as this. W
So tt was natural that 1 would turn d
in ouldw ,l aallo ongh felt about sure day he to the Sheriff for help when\ we .r ,. i
reached shore. My, family and I : ;
break. But no one came; planes ,
ladiaa were given every assistance by .;
DTESS, kaeellag, and SHERIFF SAM paned over us as low as a thousand Sheriff Earl Dyest and others
a a.nb. eumbe the hull ef Jeyee's eralse which wee damaged feet but no one saw uit. We BUE1IFF SAM JOYCE of bdUa liver cocawhe went through the 13 boor etdeal in the wet here In dewiston. and many we are' I t
shore the paddle and placed: ?, his children, I year old Ted and It old ter ef
aeeUent last week Dyesa helped bring the vessel to put flags on year Lake Okeeehobe with the f asaUy.STAFF. very appreciative for their great '
a.eye' family ipei the night ta the wlerTAFF FHOTO. .a bright red comforter over the Deborah gee, calm their pet; daseknnd. Duke rnoro. help" t h1JIS

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.' l cg Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS C ewlston. Fla. across seat and ge out on the curb I rooms at the LaBelle school were
side. Boys in ServicePARRIS approved and the architect authorized
Thursday August 15, 1963
tt I I 1 to prepare final plan
Coffee cup odds booked. In Palm Permission was given to the
I Beach County and quoted in Glades I county: agent to use two school buses

The Clewiston News County last week, are that the to transport 4-H members to
Clewiston City Commission Is goIng ; Lake Placid for camp August 2641

0 0j I to have at-least one change on under agreement to use qualified

i "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston September 3rd. They: are even I drivers.
The board adopted a policy of
"citing the low man.
and Hendry County. -I- requiring all students participating eEWFA

Published every Thursday it 109 Central Avenue. Clewiston. Well sir the dust has settled In school activities (football golf, FlJlV

I' Florida by The dewistoir News Inc., a Florida Corporation and my Kiwanis team has been tennis, soccer, swimming, baseball SPEND YOUR VACATION
Entered at Second Class Matter February 1, 1927. at the Post named champs of the Midget Lea or track! to have proper Insurance IN

Office In Clewiston Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3, gue. coverage or a waiver from ICE WO/THSPRlJJ4
I tip my hat to the boys for their parents or guardian relieving
1879. the school and school board of awry amber .f IM. hwsy will e"l01 tale
hustle and desire. During: the first any /pip gfNrAp
IATIONAL EDITORIAL w..... 0.-.11\ eels .... Irish waif flail,. UNIT
OQiDq part of the season we could: never liability case of accident or InJury I Ing. nmlclpol pier, oceo sad. peel .... I LOW RATES
IASS C TIG N field the same team because of to the student lean. hooting golf.tennh." iliuffltbooro'. end I Don,/W..."
I vacations and there was alwaysone The sum of $2C.2S1.17.-the ipecial .tamed. social otrivltie. | waIT! TODATII
who would rUe to the occasionand tax school district No. 1 Gen
mounted at erall'und. was authorized transferred
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher UI 0 C y t the last and they pressure: equalled the task to the Hendry County Bank, ...:': ;':w. LAKE WOI&H9EfHiJXffmtmrnmrnm !
8. H. STALLS, Managing Editor pgu complying with a previous
by coming from behind In two of agreement Mart the ,
Subscription Rates ".00 per year '1TIOSt1 the last three pressure games. In to deposit approximately one- of Palm Beaches .. .
(Return Postage Guaranteed) the all-important Lions game Monday ISLAND S. C-Mari&e third of the county school: funds to m ACCOMMODATIONS DATA .
I Charles L. Storey, of Mr and CkenkeroCoMaiorcoD.C1'f' Lab aW.rlhFleHda .
and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 that depository.Installation .
Telephone: Business night! they overcame a five
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves run ',and font run defecit and Mrs. Aron F. Story of Clewiston of sewage lines at L.------ .. .. ;1

the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! punched out a 15-11 win and a completed recruit training July 25 the dewlston schools was discussed -
TFB! NEWS *..une. no rtiponilblllty for the return of uniollclted "real sulg-fest. at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot and the board under authorization 1

i ..au-.r smuNo) photocrmph u.um..*no financial l roponilbllltr for tFPOlI'I'aphlcal t torrori An the boys who participatedin Parris Island. S. C from the state department
or ommlraton In adrrtlmnnt but If notified of inch error bo the league some 120 to be exact.' The 11-week Indoctrination to voted to ask the City of Clewiston A
ton the nut IMUO of the paper will reprint correctly. that part of thdTortlicment Marine Corps life includes Instruction
to make installation and be
the to
In which the error occurred. In the .at a time element are to be congratulated for their
would render the correction ..lu.I..., the N.w, will reduce the price conduct and "guts" even though on basic military law discipline reimbursed at cost by the school r
of the advertliement bjr .n amount equal to the percentage of the total physical conditioning, military board. t
space ae the erroneous or omitted copy r.preeented."America's some were outmatched they never drill and other basic subjects. : :
Dates for the conferences between
gave up. W
Three weeks the
are apent on
her her strength, and her A lot of mistakes were made teachers and parents of pupils _
freedom courage rifle range where recruits fire theM t
there were several Instances: where during the 1963-64 term were
have had their -14 rifle and are Instructed: on
progress D. Eisenhower. the adults should have taken note set for October 23. December 11;
of the youngster conduct, and of other infantry weapons.' February 5 and March IS. BEFORE you travel 4I I

course there were disagreementsand Cewitat. disaster Resignations were accepted from I

,What Kind Of A Nut Is He? always will be when so many plans meeting were mapped with and the help Elizabeth Maddox (LaBelle). Emma write for your free' ; v
young and Herbert ,
are Involved. We have profited by
1 of three area Red Croat workers. I
He wants to run his own business. Burrows (Harlem) and
: some of these mistakes and they Nancy
A f
51 Buick owned by J. W.
}l .He wants to select his own doctor. WILL NOT be repeated next year. :'dark, and stolen from the street Rhea who did not accept appointment TRAVEL s
1 r make his bargains. to Clewiston
He wants to own E1emewl'1SchooL
!at his home was recovered in Vat E
He to buy his insurance.He . ..MNaNNIt's.Nistory / -
wants own I data, ua, bearing a tag stolen GUIDE !
He,wants to select his own reading matter. from a car owned by V. E. BryantDr. Appointed on nominations of the ,

He wants to provide for his own old age. f Now ,I B. A. Bourne spoke at Klwanis principals and recommendations +
Travel the
-.' He wants to make his own contracts. dub, describing his trip to of the superintendent were Samuel Congress way 'a
Jack with this Travel Guide. "
Thompson, Clewiston
charities. Jamaica Trinidad Barbados and
I He wants to select own
; TTY TEAKS AGO High School; Lola. Mitchell and Just the tine to In h
wishes.He British Guiana.
He to educate his children as he
ti (Fr m ClewUUa News. Mrs.
I The cigarette take brought the Rogers, Clewiston your pocket or the glove
make his Investments.
wants to own Any. 11. Ill))
Elementary School; Willie James of
city $1,986 for June. comportment your careGives
,.'". He wants l to select his own Mends.He A disaster relief group for the Tiger: football squad began ear Scott wants to provide his own recreation. Glades area met in Belle Glade Harlem Academy, and George C
of better close hotel
I dally grid practice.Rev. motor coat to coast
J. He wants tocompete: freely In the market place. and found transportation and communications 11J' L. T. Fagan went to Fort Bridges Jr., eel Mrs. George C (Inspected and approved by Congress Motor Hotel,
He wants to by his own efforts. the two principal: Bridges Jr.. LaBelle.
grow Bragg. NC. for two weeks trainIng Members of Congress Motor Hotels offer freerMrvatton
He wants to profit from his own errors. problems' in planning relief act.lvi- as an Army Reserve Corps William Miller was appointed service We honor Credit Card.
He wants to take part in the competition of ideas. ties.A chaplain. custodian at LaBelle. r

He wants to be a man of good will. delegation asking the State :Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Kelly gave Board members were invited to wen*

What kind of a nut is he? He's an American who under road Road from Department Main's Corner to construct: a the Clewiston library four new attend the countywide teacher's CONGRESS MOTOR HOTELS
stands'and believes in the Declaration Independence, that's of chairs and 39 new children's books. meeting bginning at 9.30 a.m. Aug.
Moore Haven to SR '
23 to the
Join 22 at LaBelle school
W :Mr. and Mrs. Eric Thomas were 1674 Meridian Avenue
what kind. cross-state highway .
of Dew- the parents of baby girl Sandra Prsent .t the meeting were Joe
Aren't you glad you are too? And don't you wonder why !iston received little encouragement Elizabeth. M. Hall vice: chairman, who presided Miami Beach 39, FloridaCHKCKIERPOARD
i ,4 so many of our fellow Americans are trying so hard to destroythe from the road board. Mrs. Elsie Futch and Mrs.
kind of life that has made us the aim and the envy of every Art Lawrence Roy Green and Blanche McCormlck.

other people on earth? Charlie Lovvorn were named as SCHOOL BOARD

The question is: What kind of nuts are they? council members to assist Father
J -Odessa (Tex.) American Francis J. Finnegan In forming the GETS RELEASEON Elks Plan Dance
National Recovery Act council -
1 ) . .

r 'i' denary citizens, perk up, at the In Miss'Ruth Knight of Fort My- JR. And Barbecue . .
sound of a siren since news ers visited her sister Mrs. C. E.
This new gadget does Although it will not be the re.I .-
; r Ie Sonny SezThe I the everything making.. yelps, "different"siren. walls has Knight Miner and her brother R. H. Public Hendry Instruction County voted Board to contribute ofI,'ular monthly feed at the Elks Club, servlcer,

a loundspeaker and a to Edison Junior College some other members attraction are sponsoring an-
I for members and
.TWENTY TEAKS AGO $145 per year for each student from their ,
overflowing crowd of people] One night last week the night .(From ClewUlon News I Hendry County enrolled In a fulltime i 17th.guests Wallace Saturday night August -
and flowers at Dennis Small's funeral a car to stop Instead Paulk:, Jimmy
f' officer yelped I August 13. 1943)) course of study. The board Davis. Billy ,
Saturday Is in direct: proportion of rrrand I though sure it was Lt Pharis Peeples Rick Mattson.
Weekly navigator on also agreed to pay out of county and others
with the esteem he held a little weak on are, donating hogs for a
horn .
the fire Liberator bomber, was reported tuition (the difference between the pork barbecue dinner and the Club
In the county His sudden death I missing in action since August 1. tuition charged county residents. will charge $1.50
plate, starting
stunned the area with almost disbelief air.Early Saturday morning, while He.was in the middle East combat and non-residents: ) to Palm Beach at 8
as Dennis was always smiling render assistance,In a p.m. S
enroute to Junior College for all Hendry County Eddie Crosby and his band will
and had a good word to lay Hendry's corner the zone.C. A. Martinez t
wreck at Earl was Klwanis students so enrolled there. I furnish music for dancing from 10
t to and for everyone. One of thecounly' police officer cut loose full blast speaker, describing the speed up This action was taken by .the p.m. till TT Crosby is donating his B
; best known citizens both From the sound I in munitions and other factoriesas C
through town. : board at its regular meeting Thursday services and Elks members will
as official and for work with the Dave,Luther and Ronnie he !I
was positive observed them on a recent after Superintendent Bible ad- pay the remaining outof-town band
l church, he will to greatly missedby were rolling everything with business trip to Atlanta Birmingham vised that the State Board of Edu-' members Only those attending the

his friends. wheels *t the funeral home. A and St. Louis. cation had released Hendry County I barbecue will be admitted free to

A -es- phone call promptly quashed that Capt. Thomas Coburn Moore from financial participation under the dance and all proceeds go to
.'" According to reliable rumors the though as a s1eepy"Pattison's was one of a group of volunteer the Community College Plan. This I the Elks club

new Zip Code will probably go the Funeral Home" clearly communicated : pilots who bombed the Japanese was at the request of the board, These weekly events were inaugurated r
: same as many of the Government'sother Luther had been rudely shipping vessels in Paramushiro which found Hendry's share of the I !several weeks ago to stimulate !a

new angled Ideas gradually awakened from a dream. island. cost was out of proportion to the i interest and aid the Elks
disappear and be charged -, Myra Zora Rice and D. A. Fara- few students attending Club financially during the summer
r off with experience the taxpayers ends were bee were married In the First Baptist Preliminary plans for two class months.Jeep .
4 picking up the tab. While aU the loose Church In Fort Myers. She was i
-.s- being filled, in on the above at a the daughter of Mrs. O. A. Clark. I
",anlaroo kourt" held at the City Gene and Bub Mills and Ed
The Zip Code makes about as volunteered the
Hall Chief Conkllng spent two weeks at Boy
much sense as the postal department for local residents that
i Information Scout Camp at Auburndale.
balancing their budget by manufacturers can modify
increasing the cost of postage until with "no doors",
r then giving everyone a raise and their cars awful good Idea to be TEN TEAKS AGO Facts-not "chin music". ..
would be
The Red Cross held a district
toss In a uniform to boot! careful when opening
I exceptionally parked along 2,193 cattle furnish 9B
1 -esIII' car doors while 9T.
The new electronic siren Installedby Sufarland Highway There have e t
: !
< door-bswlluii, "Built-in Roughage? facts
the City in one of Its police cars been several minor T.F
has thrown everyone out of kilter and we have been fortunate
I for distinguishing between ambulances someone has not been An average of 47 actual field] demonstrations show tbs 1

I police cars and fire trucks. jured. While a little tet1ouSI1in-1 I kind of results the average feeder should expect on

t ; Newspaper people, more than or tie suggests that Puriaa'i revolutionary "Bunt-In Roughage" Program

,I i ; \, in theROOM with mile and cottonseed hulk,barley or ground ear corn.

I I ,j Cattle (both heifers and item) in that demonstrations fIt1f

I. fed an average of 123 day They went into At feedlot/ atan

i I average weight' of 5333 lbI. and finished at an ales i,

Are You Insured? youDecorate age of 935 lbe.

". Their avenge daily gain for the period vat 2.70 V- 1111e

; pound of kef mat produced on only 739 Va. of total lard
{ UNIVERSAL These are facts-not "chin: music." 1

I"" ,I Arlene didn't make it to the mainland 11 today Regardless holda your the keyl feeding Others program-remember have tried to duplicate the supplement our

ntulll- ul only PuriM Dealers hoot Special Steer FataO,
j but perhaps Beulah, or Cinda or Debra, designed especially for is

aO LATEX "Built-in Roughage"fe<< 1II. :..
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L: la the original "Built-in -dos I.3e
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Let check insurance e:: Roughage" supplement. 3eI.
I us your storm .fjsjftsjf glgsji .f.. Ask for It at our store with '
Checkerboard Sign U f
be too late. Prove to yourself
tomorrow "
may level
coverage SE'
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''I EVERY 2nd CAN RUGGED!Heavy gauge steel body resists the pounding of off-road S

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Grounds" In Fort Myei where 'she will teach dewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Fags Three i
on Will Honor next year, and he la engaged in I Thursday, August IS, 1863 ':
business Among the guests at the ceremony accompanied her home and will remain Miss Margaret McCorkendale and ;
Rev. Fagan on Retirement SundayReV. were Mrs. A. G. Twlddy. AnnouncedVI for a visit of a few weeks. Miss Sandra Perry of Kansas Dty
Mrs. M. C. Keen Jr. and Mrs. Betty omen i Miss Dean Webb, student at the Mo. The Sages and their guest
L. T. Pagan will conclude: Smith of Clewiston. University of Florida, is spending! spent Sunday In Fort Lauderdale.
at the First Baptlat me between trimesters vacationon Marine Sergeant Donald Stanley
hJ! paswrate in 1 Clewistoa net Sunday. Engagement a trip to Mexico and Guatemala arrived home Friday! after U
(01 UrCh lore tllen 10 years as pastor HAPPY BIRTHDAY as one of a party of University students months service in Okinawa H* and
"? church will observe ttls making the tour. his family will leave for Camp
and the with an old fashionedS August 15: Julia Watson Rupert Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rogers of Pendleton, California about August
on the grounds" Wlngate. J. L. Rosier, Mrs. Bob Fort Myers and Mrs. Maxine Joyceof 25, when he will be stationed.
the moraine WOTJo Adama. Pahokee visited Sheriff and Mrs. Ralph Damon and his two sons
dteegrey tbn end friendsL August 18: Norman Robertson, Sa Sam Joyce In Clewiston last Thusr-i Gary and Ronnie, and Russell Ball
d church and the retiring pastor 1wr rah Duckworth. i day. following their boating accident spent the weekend to Lake Placid
the cordially Invited to bring August 17: Mrs. M. L. Williams, in Lake Okeechobee.Mr. : Florida, visiting with Mrs. Constance -
are dinner\ and share the fel- Buren Hall. and Mrs. J. H. Jesse of Boca Delaney and five children! ,
a blsket August 18: Anne Glotfelty, Mrs. Raton visited friends in Clewiston and Mr. and Mrs. Lamonte H.
lowship. Tommie Cox, Lois GalMslni Friday. Moore.
During his ten yean Mrs. J. C. Swindle
] Rav. Fagan has seen August 19 Amanda Jernlgan, h Mr and Mrs. Everett Foster and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Farnam
I to :
Palm Beach visited Sunday
Trowth. both in the city andarel returned last of West
Ruth Nail. Shirley Woodward, .i'A daughter
: church. Here have afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. a B.i .
and in the George Yon, Helen M. Bream, week from a 10 day vacation In
added to the i Stalls and family.Mr.
been 826 members George Helrnley. Columbia, Tenn. While their Denlce
has been and Mrs. Bill Baker and
dutch and over 1350.000 August\ 20: Bert Turner, Dale celebrated her third birthday: at a
church In tithes family are spending! a vacation at
I gives ihrough the REV AND MRS. L. T. FAGAN Dunaway, Mary Robertson, Jean Foster family reunion.
I the Seabreeze In Palm :
and offerings, and $65.000 has gone' Brantley Davidson George To- Mr. and Mrs. Richard: E. Pape
!DID the church's world mission and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Rev kinds Frank P. Harben, Fred spent the weekend at Fort Myers i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martinez and
I Fagan, family are vacationing this weekin
I pro arn. an Army Chapllan, also retired Postell Hlldegarde Knot. Beach.
I During his pastorate here, Rev. from the Army of the United August 21: Lawrence Wiggins Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Palm Beach.
I has served as moderator States as a colonel with over 26 Martha Hare Touts, Raymond W. W. Sage were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson
I of Fapn the Big Lake Baptist Association years of service, on August I, 1963. Hayes. J. O. McCorkendale of Brecken- I were weekend visitors at I which he organized served as AsI I ridge, Mo., and their daughter, Lewis cottages In Lake Placid.:
jociational Sunday ichool SuperlnI Sarah Estes WedIn
I indent, as member of the State Hospital NotesWhite
1 Baptist Missions Board Assod-! Fort Myers ChurchMiss patients admitted

j ft director\ of the Southern BapI Sarah Kathryn Eaten of Mildred! Wheeler, Jack Fritchey,
I mt Radio and Television Committee Laurens, S.C and William Stanley Jackie Austin, Delphine Brown,
I chapter chairman of the clew Vosney of :Ft Myers were united Louise Davis, Claire Vaughn Emily -
1 istoa Red Cross member of KlI In marriage on Monday, August Joyce, Sallle Tommie, Linda
I wends Club, fund chairman In the 12, at half past five o'clock at St. Zoppedge, George Palmer William !.
I Initial! organization of the high Francis Xavier Church Fort My Altaian Dale Fuller, Dennis v RY ,
I school band, and fund chairman ers. Grant, Betty Caaon. Mary Fry, r3.. .
I of Red Cross. He baa served u The bride will be rememberedas Jimmie Stapleton. Iris Bethea.
I president and also secretary of the one of the first grade teachers White patients remaining
I Clewiston Ministerial! Association In the dewiston Elementary School Mary Fry, Jackie Austin, Mrs. 1rNa a
I and has been active In the public! last year. Iris Bethea, George Palmer Dale 'fila MleewN iNS t RIGHT

1 services of the American Legion Mr. and Mrs. Vosney will reside fuller, Dennis Grant, Flora Taylor, Mr and Mrs. 0. T, Salmans of schools, and Admiral Farragut Gtan out a"'II twby d.tteeta NOWt

Jetty Cason, Jimmy Stapleton, fianston, Kansas, have announcedthe Naval Academy: at St. Petersburg, -.... gr.drted
George Altman, Daisy Pullen. engagement of their daughter I and graduated from LaBelle High a AM lest dente of
Sylvia Ann, to Barney Joe Barron, school In 1937. He received his degree Captllrlat rneny, aa1
Colored patients admitted son of Mr and Mrs. W. B. Barron from Baylor University and ..,.at
.BLUEPRINT PLANS Malcom Callender, Rosaetta of LaBelle.; i. has completed his! first year In the

lay a firm foundationfor Covington, Addle Sewell, Pecola i The bride-to-be Is a graduate of I School of Medicine at the Univer- I pe.eIbIsIqrTiiT
ah tomorrow's horn. Williams Mattie Clarke Geneva Hanston High School and of Bay sity of Florida in Gainesville I
"t While the home of your Savage, Carrie Grier Ed Williams, I lor University, Waco, Texas. An Augst 27 wedding is being'
Doretha Simmons, BennIe Harris I Mr. Barron attended LaBelle planned.LOCALS. i
dreams may still b. In Colored patients remaining
the planning stage' your home In heaven con be assured right Rosaetta Covington, Ed Wil- -i--

row.. by accepting Christ. Hams, Malcolm Callender, Dor- sons i'
ethea Simmons, Bessie Brown,
"hi my father's' /icuie ore many mansions I go 'to prepare Bonnie Harris.
a place/ for you that where I am, there ye may be also" SAVE! Com Catch Thai Trouble-rree

John 14,2, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tomlinson Sparklers, With Their Prices Downl I

Community Presbyterian Church and family are vacationing: this SWING .IMTO ACTION NOW YOUR PRESENT ,\
week on Lake June in Lake Placid.
407 Royal Palm Avenue CAR'S 'VAtUe, PROPS MOR CVtRV bY YOU wArt> .:
0.43: A.M. Bible School RECORDS Mrs. Ralph E. Kyle and son, Mrs. Bertie) Morgan of Wlmauma
11:00: A.M. Worship Top .. PopsLP' I Gobble, her daughter and son-in- spent last week here with her son HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS Inc.East I
Sacred .
law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Shrum and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. ,
Rev. George N. Neill Special OrdersHoldridge visited in,Miami Beach Wednesday W. O. Morgan, Sr., Mr. Morgan Suftrland Highway dewMon, Florida
MusicPhone and Thursday of last week. ,
Guest Preacher I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Farnam
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and children! Kevin and Kim, of
West Palm,,Beach visited friends MORE COOLING POWER 'II ,
In ClewktanlZvieIayC r I y, III''

Clewiston Church Directory left Mrs.Sunday Ralph for Kyle their home and children in Mltawaka *- THAN MANY "CENTRAL" AIR CONDITIONERS"' L I'I'I

Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHUBCH I Jacobs and IOn Terry, drove them NEW.
IT. MARGARET'S CHURCH I I2M I COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN Highway 720 ito West Palm Beach to catch their I : '
North Atlantic Street 407 Royal Palm Avenue Rev Vic Turner Pastor i t'I I
Phone YUkon 2-1811 Henry H. Ford, Minister 1:45: a.m.-Sunday School train.Mr.. and Mrs. Carroll W. Redish I 1
Clewiston, Florida 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship I and family left Sunday for a vaca- ) Ij .1'' I
let. Larkin F. Coutally 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 8.45: p.m.-Training Union I ion trip, planning to spend mostof r. ''I
Administrator 11:00: a.m.-Nursery in the Parish 8.00: p.m.-Evening Worship their time in the mountains of .
Sunday Masses 8 a.m. & 11:30: a.m. House Wednesday: Western North Carolina and Ten- BTU ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS' I I I
Weekday Masses 7:00: a.m. 6.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow1:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting nessee. 23,000, .' It
%Days of Obligation 8:00: p.m. shipWednesday Mr. and Mrs. Jack: Martinez and ; ., : II IIf
1 r teulons, Saturday from 4 to 5, : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH family: are vacationing at the Sea f : I
1IId'! to 8 p.m. 7:30: p.m.-Cholr Practice 1(2 E. Ventura Arena breeze, Palm Beach.T. : I,I I
Rev. L. T. Fagan Pastor J. Coffey of Fort Lauderdalewas lr r ni t it itr I
8T.MARTIN'S CHURCHEptseepal 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School a business visitor in Clew!,- I, I
( ) CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service ton for a few days last week. : Ii
W North Pacific South Clewistoa 8:45: p.m.-Training Union Mr. and Mr. Bonny Shrum, who 5"\ '
p% Rev. Clark H. Dorman. Vicar Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor 8.00: pm.-Evening Service have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.P. ';''f:
| Imda r Services: 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School Wednesday: D. Bobbins left Thursday for !
1:30 a.m.-Early Eucharist 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service 7:00: ".m.-Officers and Teacher: their home in Granger, Ind. En- '
13D: a.m.-Family Service and 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Union Meeting route home, they will visit his 1
Church SchooL 1:00 p.m-Worshlp Service 8.00: p.mMldweek Prayer Sere mother, Mrs. Lena Pearson at o
Mints and Holy Days as an- Tuesday: ice Longboat Key !
1:00: p.m.-Brotherhood 8:45: p.m.-Choir Practice Mr and Mrs. H. Bowers of New
CwfcssVms by appointment. Wednesday: Orleans arrived Thursday for a
7:30 pJtn.-Hour of Prayer NOKTHSIDE MISSIONARY visit with her sister, Mrs. Pat Paten '

CBHLCU OF JESUS CHRIST Thursday: BAPTIST CHURCH and Mr. Peters. \. \...
APOSTOLIC FAITH 8.00: p.m.-Cholr Practice JOe N. FrancUce Street Mr. and Mrs. Greg Eager. and 1 \
Bwth Oewlstoti Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor family returned Saturday from a : I t
Bro. Luther Dixon Pastor CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY 10:00 a.m.-Sunday Schools two weeks vacation visit to Ohio, ,.r" : I
Is / .m. $uaday School THE OF GOD 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship Indiana and Michigan. They re- "I,
IU"WimPreachlngayer::. 1". Klmbrel. Pastor 8.30: p.m.-ETC turned by way jof Myrtle Beach, MODEL 230A-5R s i tl''
5dy: Jaobss 7:30: p.m.-Evening! Worship S.C. for a short stay. _/ Amana "250 Air Command1' ',I.'.,',.!
;: .- Meeting Sunday: Mrs. Frank Jacobs and son, <
Wednesday: /
:: School 10:00 King-size capacity '
: -.e.- yet .
Sunday ,
Prayer Service Terry :left Tuesday for a visit 'filthber r
7:30: p m. .. I I
'7'311 Wor11'00 fits In windows
pnv.Young Peoples Meet- Adult slater,'MM. Nellie Thomas in as r
lag Youth Worrhlp.11:00: as 28 Inches wide!
FIRST) METHODIST CHURCH Washington D.C. They will! also
Prayer Hour 7:00: 131 W. OseeWa AveaM visit Mr. and Mrs.;.Otis A. Canon
CHURCH or CHRIST' Evangelistic Rally 7:30: Rev Richard Knight Pastor and family in Temple Hill. Md. :. -
: .-
(Orbtfa) Tueeday: Mrs. W. 0. Morgan Miss Reba
lath Sugarland'Audttorlum' 'Orchestra Practice' : 7N:( 11:00 8:45::: a'mMorDIn a m.-Church: ,School service Lewis, Mrs. A. J.Thielea, Sr..Mrs.E. ':

i i*" C. Schetf er. Minister Wednesday 1.00; .-Methodbt Youth ,Fellowship L. Hokwbek and Mrs. J. L. Owens I' J Jfe.dlrt
: Ambassadors, ,
.10.-....... School Christ's attended a bridal shower in : +
":" World Famous Am.na.quality and craftunaiihip'Is CBOIGO"L
=unioa and War _' Wednesday: Moore Haven Thursday evening, 'ING
7:15: pjtu-Cbalr Practice complimenting: Miss Regina Thte- apparent In the new.23.000 BTU Amaru,"250. 1 '". if' ''I i

7.'"3m.-sib.' len, .. Air Command" Room Air Conditioner. Brings you.me & :
CHURCH Of- GOD _Ronnie Robinson visited with greatest combination of room cooling" features available) BIG ; I ,y
Seeth OewistMHer. HI i. Paetfle AresmeRev. Wayne Morgan la Miami last week.IM1saNMetlMNf .
**JJCH OF caSST;,, J. R. Taylor. Pastor Joe Colemaa In one, campact unlt-I ant capacity: whlsper-qulet operation ., VALUE!:. .; : '. > : i .

"J: wags CesHral A.....;.. 10:00 a-m-Suoday School ... 10:00: a.m.-flunday SchoolIndsyZiTi automatic climate control and exceptionally,low .. I '
Arnold K1D1Iter le 11:00 a.mMon Worsat:4S 31stie... 11:00: LnL-Horning Service operatlnj cost yet flu hi windows as small M 28 wleft.See the Amana 25r.( ... I :
J. : >'B. unav Evat 7:30: p.mEv nlig! Worship I i I.
nas m-B>bkt DCAOOI(? \0 Service.Wednesday Wednesday: ThelagerinstNldIK I l ,
: to' 8e. tte Airkiu "250" Air Command" and thm'wt- ;
onhIp -
7:10: :Pmt'-wc: : : : 1:. p.mPrayer Senrlee
Prilit Betio' \air candUNeningl i I i
1:.$za Frlda/t .boa quality fetturislCocttng : i
7.p: y': n : .. ti I rridayjth; ", 7:30: PJIL-Young People En: .. I !
nQ D oddse f' 1U p. .=.TaGUI'1emce> deavor'idy.diurch t .,."vt. 'J! i I "
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sap...-, -- 'I.NV1\'1 Quita SwimmingIn suit has been filed aada'
,. Four THE CLEWtSTON NEWS CI.wilton, Fla ""i) the above entltled ret, 100 I k
f!: you are required to '"
Thursday August 15. 'I High Point with the clerk of this file your : Ort!

1'I'J" Quita Mazzlna dewiston' serve 'urtSftSBSSSg Wee:
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fl ,. swimming marvel is in HighPoint 1
u j County Hires Public Defender; I { N.C.. to swim in the 1963 I' : :
I I" AAU Women Swimming and Div ISSSFSt, Orlando PIe rtk t

II Increases Volunteer Fireman Pay ins w" aiI ,I I. yesterday log Championships, which opened ,; plaint.for the This relies: demanded entered.SLA 10 apt'nth th,:llit"C"'

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The Hendrjr County Board of t (from Hwy. 80 northeast to the ,"' fl.\i ,. .. ,j ''t. seeded mortgage against, The l": I.*' to pro for Mr...ekN r" t

1 Commissioners at Us regulai, Fort Denaud bridge site), at I92,- I I Public Notice Beginning' lets
1B472 feet Ln.t of ? /, point' 1Bectlorie /.
I meeting held Tuesday at the courthouse ? Intermetloa i

/ in LaBelle approved an expenditure Following a request from A. L. ,, \\1: 'r : I 41$, Bo'uthV"u ; H aTownship

of $1127.SO as the Coun-, Rankin,, representing Lykes Broth- -/ .1".1ar ( .. .1 iv visa COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT East. thence ," *
cult public defender budget, fot. ers regarding the moving of ." Il'f:'r AND FOR HRNDHY COUNTY Southern Easterly direction".11 I n 10 "Y
FLORIDAIN boundary ,
ty'i share of the 12th Judicial Car-, fences on the southside of a proposed PROBATE NO. tit aforesaid Section l Iln.| ..V

lowing a lengthy discussion on the road In southeastern Hen- w i,l ,, kwy, IN BE: : ESTATE OF ) lance North bank of the canal' *"n I
of lit
item with attorney Walter R. Tal- dry County (opposite the Lykes BILLY OSCEOLA, iDeceased ) angles In Southerly feet; then? at colt

Icy, 12th Circuit defender of Bra- Bra property), Clerk Dorothy NOTICE// TO CREDITORS AND distance of in. feet;sir thrna:;, ,n,

denton. Clark was instructed to advise Rankin u.. ''r tMh CLAIMANTS t.otl. naat.a cif n1 dlr-

Both the dewlston and LaBelle that an original fence agreement You and each of you are) hereby thence at right .
notified and required to present any angle. I tea
Is still In northerly direction
force stipulatingthat .
Fire Departments were granted ap. a dl.tan.
claim and demands which yon or "I fut to or
p. Lykes' would make all arrangements p v' : of have against the the point 0' batch
1 12 00 Increase per county fire establishing either you may Dine: containing t.1I
I I, regarding fencing to >- I., 1 eetat of BILLY OSCEOLA. deem. or I.... Said are Sot. ",
$400 member of
a per ed late of said County, to the Count h properl y bhegElliott
I j 1; the fire department fee, per fire, satisfy property owners on the : . : Judge "f Hendry County, Florida, : !: Orou :
I '::1 t upon the request of LaBelle Fire south side of the proposed road. : at hie office In the Court House, tee, Inc. Enhsneer, cod n A :
LaBelle Florida, within six (I) ors, 9gnq
Juvenile Counselor December
Chief Wilbur Howard. Hendry County. Cal.ndar month from the date of as follows I 10, 191 4
Tax Collector A. O. Ward wu Dr. James Wright wa highly the first publication of this notice. The North In
granted his request to purchase praised in a letter of commen4utton : Each claim or demand mu.t b. In West its feet of the North 0' !.be
writing and mu.t state the place of quarter of Section .
a new calculator for use in that from the State Chairman of residence and poet office address of n South, Range 14 14. TO..hi'
tt office! ; the equipment to be added Criminology and Corrections following the claimant and must be sworn toby County, Florida. ESC Rsedq
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y, the Doctor's completion of a r the .claimant, hi. agent or his Subject to all road and
to the Tax Collector's budget of + attorney, or the jams will become rlcht.'Of'wa and and
'' 3-year course at Florida State Uni to law '".DI..te or
1963-64, to be taken from the Excess f void according r.eord.
l Feet fund. versity's Delinquent Control In- + ,,:: Such cedltor or claimant must at To gather l
'1'''* t4 the time of filing of the aims deliver erty of every deMrtptSnVjt
". stitute. The State official reportedthat
The Board by resolution, voted Company
jI' a copy of such claim to the owned at the tlm,
to again this year enter into the Dr. Wright completed the entire _. County Judge In compliance with the execution: of the mortgage rt
+ State Hospital Service for Indigents schooling with the highest .. J.;; Chapter fl-114, Law. of Florida for or Intent thereafter that the acquired lien of belt,the

credit made in this field in ....... 1M1 i .
program; approved the anFlaghole ever This tlth day of July, lilt gage shall automatlS'iyS"elude
nual 'the history of the Tallahassee Institution. The Seminole Tribe of Florida all real estate at a. uSl
? Drainage District BEIT JOYCE, wife ef the India Star Sheriff braises, but all suffered minor sunburn next Byi BILLY OSCEOLA acqqulred. or ever sltuati ehlh!
Tax levy and approved the Errors and Insolvency of the Tax Boll, I Following receipt of a letter Seminole Tribe of Florida Together with all DI&eblne",
shore after the with
,1 where she was treated for gasoline ban, after spending night their beat Executor of the Estate ot equipment, furniture.
as presented by Ward. 1 rom 1! the Beardsley-Nash Insur- the family beat ran onto a submerged piling In The none I* Mrs. Carlotta Elpke. Billy Osceola, deceased.) and all other personal flllu".

County. millage totaling 33.74 mills was set with the tentative'I i lafety. precautions: on County Aug. i, II. tt tt net purtenancse hereditaments thereon to be and or aDo u

County. budget for '63-04 approved equipment at the County Barn and anywise appertaining
.! that the committee become active Witness my hand and seal
for advertising. |in the courthouse recommended Vaughn SpeaksAt 0' Ible
VI THR CIRCUIT COURT FOR THR Court. at IaBelle. Florida, .
,. Leon Bembry of dewistan, representing earlier this summer corrected: immediately upon being formed, TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIHCl IT I" day of August, 1111. ask la.

I a corporation leasing: 'safety feature were noted for report to report to the Sept. 10 regular Field DayPresident I PersonalsMr. I AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY, (SEAL DOROTHY) MOORS CLA1II,
i ,',',' grazing land at Alrglades Airport to the agency. Commissioner meeting, and at- Harry T. Vaughn of NO. 1451 S"I Margaret Byr4 Ikpitf Chrl;

from the County. was granted his I'I Thomasson was instructed to tend the September 13th FeD US. Sugar Corporation made a I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK) CAnTER of A. BRADFORD
meeting to be held In Oewiston. AT ORLANDO a national bank-) office of
and Mrs. C. J. Nielson
; request that the Board approve brief Louisiana last week were Sidney C. Ward
have road signs (an with original trip to Inc corporation orginliled and)
assignment of the A copy of a letter to Hendry- in Miami Wednesday to attend the 100 E. Washington Street
corporation'slease he at the cxletln1 under the laws of the)
I name) placed on rural roads where was guest speaker
; to to financial Glades Counties' Sanitarian Hans funeral services of his brothe NnU'nitd Slates of America, Florida
I't t institution, West St. James Field Day He addressed Attorneys for
throughout the entire County. following TRUSTEE, Plaintiff
B. Able feldt from the Glades
if the is at law Edgar P. Fripp.
corporation time !
any a large gathering of growers Plaintiff fins 516:
for such action
a request
County. Commission was read ., n, I'. Sept. S, itti
l G' unable to assume its' obligations "The of Air. and Mr*. H. T. Vaughn and "
by the Woman' Community. Cub on the topic Story Sugar
stating that the Sanitarian' FLORIDA
It- regarding the lease. Miss Lyn Vaughn are vacationing
4 of LaBelle. Thomasson reportedthat Cane and Sugar in Florida". CORPORATION a Delaware
i August 27 at 7.30 p.m. was set were "no longer desired", and in Louisiana and plan to visit in corporation, authorised to

,,.. for the opening of bids on fill for approximately 90% of RemdryCounty's would terminate on August 26 No New Orleans, and New Iberia and transact buslnee In the State
(county roads at present. action: was taken by the lIendry of Florida et el, 1
: County stockpiling: the advertising not BPW MembersAt in Beaumont Texas Defendant ) FOR SALE
are designated by signs.
of bids to begin this week. ,Board. Misses Suzanne Peers and NOTICE OF SUIT
Upon recommendation of Road Upon the Florida Land Sales The lengthy meeting was adjourned District MeetA Cheryl Lee are spending this weekat TO NELSON: KLUCK

Superintendent, E. R. Thomasson, Board's request for a list .of all ) by Chairman Campbell Methodist. Youth. Camp at Lees- 1100 South West Avenue Joy's Cut
the Board authorized the road supt County platted and or unplatted Nan at 5 p.m.. with clerk Clark, large delegation from the Jackson, Michigan

to purchase an International riding sub-divisions whose parcels are H. S. Parkinson W. B. Barron, dewiston Business and Professional I burg.Miss Byrnle.>Be..rdsley is spending DANIEL Residence CUBA Unknown

-mower, for use at Ridgelawn sold by installments, the Board Gratton George and R. C. Nowl- Women's Cub 1* planning to attend the week at Lake Placid attending HERBERTO FKLJUResidence 'N Curl
instructed the clerk to compile and ing, members present. County. At- the District Eight meeting at Unknown
Cemetery Gewiston, at a cost of Youth Camp at the Presbyterian ROLANDO FERNANDEZ
'825.I forward the State agency such in torney Carlos Dickey was also pre Riviera Beach on Sunday. The I Conference Center. Residence Unknown
meeting, which Is the first quarterly ANTONIO OUERRA
I Correspondence was read from formation.A I Mrs. M. H. Peer and Miss Ear Residence Unknown Beauty Salonin
of this fiscal
meeting ,
the State Road Department informing letter was received from sentAsk year en Peer left ;yesterday for West CABIMIKO HERNANDEZ
will be held at Alex's Restaurant
Captain I Residence Unknown
: the Board that the bid of Brln- dewiston Recreation Department of with the Riviera Beach Palm Beach where Miss Peers underwent ELEU8IPO HERNANDEZ LaBelle
son-Allen Contractors has been accepted director Gene Fuller thanking the a tonsllectomy.: Residence Unknown
BPW dub hostess to
serving a*
p for construction of -78-A Board for its' financial assistance! Unknown Modern Equipment

with the Summer Program. Use Small Boat Locks the group. ANTONIO OLIVA
Featured as guest speaker will
: I of the grant this year made possible I Residence Unknown 6I Good Business
be Mrs. Marie B Bowden from EMILIO PAZ
I 'i'; 1I ( the softball and baseball and Mrs. J. R. Grainger of Residence Unknown
RYSTAL Leesburg Mrs. Bowden is I now
I program. On 24-hour BasisA serving the Florida Federation as Immokalee are the proud parents Residence PEDRO PFHFIRK Unknown: Owner .leaving Florida.

Following an inspection made of Parliamentarian and will addressthe of a son, Robert Edwin. born Sunday JUAN PEREZ
I Hendry decision on the operation of 11 in Lee Memorial Address Unknown
I MtId County:* Airglades Airporton group on this subject She is August BENEDITO PRATE For additional information -
two small locks in the northwest
July 25 by the Federal Avia- past State President of the Fed- Hospital, Fort Myers. The baby Residence Unknown

tion Agency. FEA District Airport shore levees on Lake Okeechobee IsIs eration and has served her own weighed nine pounds six and one RICARDO. VlfcHARenldence contact
Engineer David C. Kelly notified expected to be announced when half ounce Mrs. Grainger is the Unknown
Fit Sat Aug. 16 17 club her district and her State in SERGIO ZAMORANO
the Board that Improvements the Flood Control District holds Its former Barbara Peters. Residence UnkownAll
office and chairmanships. at
r "Gidget Goes To made by; the County. were very no September meeting in dewiston on Her many sound thinking and energetic parties.. under claiming or ;against Interest sail by. Joy shop or

n: ; Rome" ticable and that the entire property !the 13th. personality Instill others with en- Mr. and Mrs. Chester :Miller of Defendants, and all parties baring Phone OR 5-2923
is greatly improved. Kelly The two locks built FeD to or claiming to have any
by; thuslsstlc and confident approach West Palm Beach are the parent right, title or Interest In the
Visit Rome and laugh at Gidget recommended removal of grass, provide access to the lake for in club work. of a son, Jerry Lyle Patrick Born property herein described

causing breakthroughs on the runway areas which would otherwise be cut Nellie K. Hunt of Pahokee, assisted August 8, at St. Mary's Hlspltal. You are hereby notified that I a

"VarW' and repaying of the runway. off by the new levees, are located by Mrs. Rosa Nash of Belle The baby weighed seven pounds, uo siAt9Z .L\\H pueFIdnSJ.NV21fVLS3B

k Its Incredible but possible Thomasson was instructed by the near Buckhead Ridge 2tt miles Glade will conduct the workshop 12 ounces. Mrs. Miller is the former (:> (

Board to immediately apply weed west of Klsslmmee River and at
on World Affairs. Miss Hunt 1* the Eltasa!: Mueller
t Sun. Moo Tues. Wed. killer to the grass and to estimatethe a point about three miles northeastof District 8 World Affairs Chairman

Au,. 18 19 20 21 cost of repairing the runway. Fisheating Creek between the; and Mrs. Nash is Assistant Mr. and Mrs. Harry T Vaughn Jr.

ADULTS ONLY"Hud" Acknowledgement of the Board's lake and Anita Lodge. The small Director of District 8. announce the arrival of a daughter
recent letter to the Central and lock designed for
are pleasure The da,'* session will open with KrIsten Marie on August 9 in
South Florida Flood Control District craft and boats of sports Sher-
Hendry General Hospital. The baby 41 0
PAUL NEWMAN I registration and coffee at 8:30:
r was read; the Board's letter men.When A.M., Board Meeting at 9.4S: weighed eight pounds five ounces.
See this drama of cattlemen In having suggested County. recreation the raising! of the heightof
World Affairs
modern : Workshop on
day Texas. sites u recommended by the levees is complete the water
You will agree It will be one of 10:30, business meeting at 11:30: I Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cason are
Oewiston will
Chamber of Commerce. be maintained at 15%
the proud parents of daughter
best picture of 19(3. and luncheon at 1:00: P.M. a
The FCD suggested that the County to 164 feet, and the locks: will Local members planning to attend born August 12, 1963 in Hendry
appoint a committee which be In operation about 67
Thurs. Fri. Sat by percentof are Mr*. Harriet Zauel president General Hospital.
:.- Au,. 2J 23 24 contact between the two agencyscan the time. FeD Director of Operation Mrs. Ruth Beardsley, Mrs. I _
be made.Following and Maintenance
"The Yellow Zeb Grant Beryl Bowden Mrs Catherine Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Graham
a letter similar to told Attending a recent
persona Brown. Mrs. Mary Burdette Miss I of Felda are the parents of a
that of the dewiaton Chamber hearing on the lock operations that
Canary"J Cbarlene Jones, Miss Evelyn Lee, ,daughter Roberta Kristine born
J proposing recreation sites the locks win remain
BOONS: from open except Mr. Ruth B. Owen, Miss Nancy : August 6 in Hendry General His
the Greater LaBelle Chamber of when closing is to maintain
y In his first dramatic role. necessary Power, Mrs. Helen Weetrnan pltaL She weighed five pounds
Commerce the Board appointed the desired level in the lake. i
Mrs. Mildred Yates and Miss eleven ounces.Card .
Commissioner Gratton Spokesmen for residents of ms
George as 1
Ruthie Jones.Ruth .
"Donovan Reef"BIO one of a committee of three. One area and sports enthusiast have

r JOHN WAYNEA member will be appointed from requested operation on a 24-hour of Thanks

tarp fender romantic the dvwbtutk dumber the second bails when it Is necessary; that Ui. Circle Met Our very sincere thsmks to mil

Comedy Drama from the LaBelle Chamber. The locks be closed. |II the many friends and acquaintance

r,. Commissioners also recommended Monday at Church of our recently departed beloved

John R. Hough Twenty. members and guests husband and father for the

n Dies in Miami were present for the regular monthly many many expressions of sympathy -
meeting of the Ruth Circle of I and concern and the many
Funeral services for John Rob the Methodist Church gesture of kindness to us alL I
Did Monday evening.
I \ You Know? ert Hough 63, a long-time Miami We especially: want to thank the 1

resident and builder were conducted An interesting program was many who sent the beautiful floral

I Thursday afternoon in Lha- presented by Mrs. Robert Ham offerings which he always admiredso

II I I : You gow Chapel, Miami He died Monday mock and Mrs. J. O. Davidson, much and the many who prepared

I can get Bar-B-Q to 601! night, after 40 years residence Mrs. S. H. Stan, circle chairman, i such delicious dishes of Mothers Too

la Miami, moving there from RaV presided. food, truly all being wonderful Approve ,

tl, Old South Offers ", ; sigh N. C.Survtvors. Mrs. James Brandon and Mrs. cooks. 'I I

". are his wife'Nan; two Frank Zoroonek were co-hostea. Also to theHospital of Ben-

I i ems Eugene of dewiston, and and served refreshment to member dry our thank.

John R. Jr., of Miami; one sister, and guest Mr*. Joe Bundy a* well as to the Fattlson Funeral
ChickenCatfishRib and seven grandchildren. and :Mrs. David Thomas. Home Dr. Reeve Dean and Rev.

I' i 1. T. Fagan and all those who par

A 'e... ticipated to the choir the final
service would have been incomplete .

1 '. without your assistance.We .

ht 4 I :L. Dinners appreciated everything *o

,I ,very much in cur time of sorrow,
; and again our deepest "thanka"
I Peach 1 11 extended to an.

t Packaged to go! f iIh Ii The Small family of Dennis A m

.I i ': Seconds if you.ask. Mrs. Ladle Small Young ladies i approve the style mothers
,.) DIXIEcRYSTAS Mrs.O.Lynda Small ThompsonD. approve the fit and wear of this black upper

Come in leather strap shoe with Vulcanized -
and place your order or Mrs. Lorae Morris sole. cushiony
Dale SmaJl tailoring's fine.

I : ; Phone YU 2-9322 CAM OF THANKS Only

I wish to express my sincere 2.99LOW

I t A and your order will be thank to my many la friend who remembered
m. many way and
I I. "

I ready when you arrive. helped durable.make A.- friend my nines toveta more at en an D AV A B 'C FRIENDLY


-l, I 1 1l !i it FLORENCE C. FULLER I

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164 points; 3rd--Matthew Prewtti INDIVIDUAL RECORDS I a.wilton, Florida Thursday THE,CLEWISTON August 15, 1963 NEWS Pate J'tve

142 8-9 points.boys: Ut-Greg Miller, 193 I r Baseball Well KIWANIS 9 Lest 1 9y

r32DMA flwA1 I Points; 2nd :Mike Davis, 158 Name AB D AYI Rudd ..............___,_ 25 6

Points; 3rd-Kenny Cassidy, 150 Highlights Keen ............................. 23 4.174 Junior LeagueFINAL Smith! .........._.,_.- 14 0
points. S. Han ........_......_ rr 10 .370 Miller ...___ I 1

10.11 boys: 1st-Barnle Bryan, By BUREN HALL Cart .......?.............._..... 18 1 .Ul McGowan ....,-..-_-_ 15 2
158 points; 2nd Kenny Brannan, Navarro ...................._. 11 1. .W JUNIOR LEAGUE STANDINGS Campbell ...._..___-- --... 17 3

144 points; 3rd-Kleth Carter, 108 Junior League Williams ......................... 28 13 .500 Team W L Pet Cl: Worth ......._..__- 7 2

Firemen Kiwanis Are points. Here today, and gone tomorrowl Garrett ......"...........__. 6 S .500 Firemen ........................ 7 :2 .778 Mazzlna ..._. 8 I
12.13 boys\ : Ist-Danny Kredd-! This is what happened to Beards J. Reynolds ......-...-....- 2 0 .000 I Beardsley .................. < S .667 1 1Gldd 1 D. Beardsley ,..,....,.-. 8 0
ler, 106 In the Junior ........,...... 1. 2 ,143Flshback Adams ... ,..,..-, 2 0
points 2nd Weaver Farm League Toml
; -Gerry ley neon n* .............,........ 3 8 .333 4< Pitching
91 points. race. Beardsley appeared to have ......._..._._ 4 0.000 Rotary .....?.._...__.. 2 7.286 5 1, Record
14-15 boys: 1st-Bobby Hare the title wrapped up and Deeded R. Damon .........__ 23 0 .000 Name W L

Baseball Champions 109 points. a victory over the Firemen las Wilcox ............................ 25 5.200 Martinez H.. _. ....._ 3 2
6-7 girls: lit Jallnda Davis, Tuesday night to close out the sea Ellington ..................,.. I 0 .000 LAST WEEK'S SCORES Dana .........?..-...,,,, .., .., 0' 3

104 points; 2nd Monica McCarthy eon but the Inspired Firemen under Stiles ....._....._.._. 20 3 .150 Firemen Beardsley 0 Campbell ..... ... 0 1

coached afternoon. 80 points; 3rd--Stacy Sanford the managership of Johnny Prater ........_...0 .000 Glddens -Rotary 6 Team -.. .,.... .... se
'' Volunteer Firemen His brother Alberto 63 points. Jackson and the excellent playing, Hammock __._ S 0 .000 Firemen IS-Rotary 2J'lremenloGlcldena
J Johnny Jackson, claimed undisputed Morrell will receive the batting! 8-9 girls: 1st Debbie Rider, or I should say pitching of Mandy 5 BEARDSLET FARMS
first place of the Junior champ trophy for his buttering 140 points; 2nd Debbie Davis Morrell changed the story Pitching Record Name AB !H

1efae rL and the championship with .583. 133 points; 3rd-Kim Murphy, 110 Mandy pitched a no-hit game I Name W L PC S. Howard ,...,.......,..., 24 3
10-5() victory: over Glddensto Midget FINALTO ., ,, 20 4
League L. Schneider
, mind Mints. and struck out 14 batters for a Navarro __ 3 0 1.000 ? ?? ???? ??
I rurnitw't a raID shortened The Kiwanis, who were never 10-11 girl: 1st Brenda Wal- 6-0 victory for the Firemen. Mike Williams .,w.-... S 1 .750 (Based en IS at Bats or 20 Mottley ..., 20 8
, ??,, Tuesday night I quite able to get Into first place dron. 183 points; 2nd-Gretchen Fletcher cage back with a neat dark ._. 1 0 1.000 total ) I Bible ., 19 I

I me Kremen moved Into drat because of a tie game with the Bryan, 173 points four-hitter against the Rotary to S. Hall .,..,. ,.. .1 0 1.000 Player appearance Team AB H AVE Polhill .V... 27 T
front running Beard- I ... 14 I
place after Lions, backed Into the much sough 12-13 girls: Ist-Judy Brantley set the determining lame between Stiles 1 0 1.000 Lana. -
;yarns entry ell before Mandy after position last 166 points. up A. Morrell Beardsley 12 7 .583 Johnson ...... .-...-?- 12 0
week firemen and Glddens.
do as the the
Dana .._ Glddens 19 9 .474
IIorftU and his noiltter 6-0. Lions Strickland ,.. ..., .. ISMlncey 2
squeezed by the front The Firemen wrapped the
Hnrell! followed his brlllant no- American running up LEGION : Bible Beardsley 19 9 .474 .. ,. .. 3 0
Legion 5-., and championship with a 10-S victory .
with the wrap-up game and Wan 8-Lost 2 Robertson Rotary 23 10 .435 Yoder ... 3 0 ,
Hitter wrapped up the championship In Glddens. Again Morrell was
jompleted the season with a four over Name AB H An M. Morrell. Firemen 28 11 .393 G. Redlsh ..,-. ... .,. 15 I '
I toss record and will be presented come-from-behlnd spunky Elks wins over a the winning pitcher, giving him a O. Miller ,u.........,.....? 22 7 .318 L. Howard .. Rotary 11 T .389 Davidson ...,.. 1 22 4
M team, 18-15 4-0 for the aeaaon.
with a pitching trophy prior night Friday Brandon .__. 5 2 .400 Belcher .., Rotary 24 9 .375 Al Morrell ,-. ..-,... 12 7
; came from behind twice in Midget League
An-Star game Sunday Perry __________ 21 7533 Lawrence Firemen 23 I .348 Tones -_ 1 0
junior winning the Kiwanis of Coach
tie-game The "fighting"
to play-off with Fletcher ._,
Firemen 28 8.M7
i R. Miller .___._. 32 11 .344 Pitching> Record
the Lions 15-11 and defeated Stalls have moved to the top
the Weaver ,._ 19 9 .474 G. Redlsh ,. Beardsley 15 5 .333 W I.
last place SMU team In a rain of the league standings. The great .UL.m. -......- Name
Landrove .. ..,. 21 4 .190 ,... 2 0
shortened ????? ???? Bible ,,M,
and make-up game 7-0 Tuesday power of the Lions the great pltchng
WATCH night of the Legion and the tremen- Hall .___ 6 0 .000 INDIVIDUAL AVERAGES Johnson 2.

Rickey Miller, left-handed dons improvement of the V.F.W. Brown ___________ 3 0 .000 ROTARY Al Morrell _________--_ 1 0
control the Navarro ,... .,.... 3 0 .000 Name AB H 1.. Scheider ? 1 2
artist, the have not been enough to topple
JEWELRYRepair I won league pitching!! i Knowles 4 1 .250 Robertson ,,.....,.... 23 10 S. Howard 0 1

: winner trophy of with the a 5-1 record. The All-Star Teams KIwanis.[ The Klwanlans have pitted its Arrteto ....,,. 1 1 1.000 Walden 7 1 Team .___ ___ ._ 6 3
trophy having to post and together Armstrong ______.. 17 1 .059 L. W. Howard ..7
Serviceby at least three decisions. pitching, fielding, batting
and B. Redlsh 22 13 .591 MUI'lJ' Belcher H II VOLUNTEER FIREMEN
with hurtle desire to
The batting trophy was won by Games Announced McDonald 3 0 .000 Jimmy Croctard 25 7 Name AB I B
all opposition ????????? ?
three Bobby In Redish, who hit three for overcome This has been an exciting race Belcher ____ 3 0 .000 JUder ____..._...oo 2 0 Moorman ,.. .... ... 27 I

the last game of the and well deserving champion Langston ____..___ 13 1 .077 Kyle __.__ 17 4 M. Morrell ____________ 28: 11
Belle Glade dler season In to the edge photo Prldgen finish.OutStanding/ and Krel Yl has risen a to the top. Cato ,,.,. .,, 22 4Elherton Booker .. 15 I

Pitching Record ___ 10 0 Forihee .. -. 24 7 ,
Jewelry Name W L Pet Maxham _.._.__ 14 2 Hatfield 20. ;
Boys S Physical Fitness R. Miller uim-iiiiuimii..m 5 1 .833 Ferrara .- VVVVVVVV 10 2 Lawrence __ _.. 23 1 ".

Striking clocks a specialty Awards Presented R. Miller __________ 5 1 .833 Crawford .. ., ?,,. I :2 Fletcher ..- ,,,... .,.,. 26 9 "
And Girls In B. Redlsh ,- 3 1 .750 Pitching Record Harper .. 17 2
Monday MorningEugene I :::: Name W L Hare 19 4 V I I

Leave items at Physical FitnessThese Fuller, Clewieton Recreation I L. W. Howard ..?????..,......,.... 1 3 Waters M. .,.,... ...,,.. 5 0 I

Director, presented physical LIONS Rich Akin .??....?..,.?..?...,..,.....,.... 2 1 McConnvllle ... 5 3
Lake Appliances boys and girls and their I fitness! awards Monday mornIng Wen I-Lost 4Name Ferrara ..,.......,,,.,.....4j _, 0 1 Pitching RecordNam "
scores will be submitted to the Buren Hall summer baseball the recreation at the Youth Center to climaxthe I AB HAve Team -, .,.,, ???., ....,,.. 3 5 W L II
317 Suwrland: Hwy. Fla. Association and the Fifth director has released summer recreation program. Holoubek 30 12 .400 Fletcher ..,..,., ,-..... j 2 1 !
Diet of the Fla. Recreation: Association names of five players from each The following received the Ben ____ 31 11 ..355EdeoI OIDDENSFURNITUBE 0 1

Clewiston for tabulation In the Outstanding team in the Junior and Midge A.A.U. Physical Fitness Proficiency _.___..... 38 IS ..444Krleder Name AB H Booker Forshe 0 1 II

on the state level accordIng Leagues who will participate In the. Certificates for passing the __.__ S6 11 .500 Bowden -,-,.,.,?.. .,...._._. 20 6 M. Morrell.V.-__ ... 3 0 I:
Prompt, Effedent annual All-Star The coaches .... _. 35 15 .m
,_ ._
to Eugene Fuller, recreation games. Tests L. Ran Martinez -,-,?,.,...,, ,,.,,.,.,.., .,. 14 1 Team. S I I II
Service director. of each team submitted hit 6-7 girls: Monica McCarthy Weathers ......_....._ 36 I .222 Veale ._.__.__ 18 3
6-7 boys: Ist-Malcolm Wilson choice of five players from Mi Stacy Sanford, Lisa Bryan. Jalln- Robertson ....__. 25 5 .200 Dana ., 19 9 Tonight and every night it a I
175 points; 2nd Mark Brandon, individual team. Matthew Prewitt Malcolm D. Beardale1 __ 0 0 .000 I
da Davis _
Postell ___.. 4 0 good night to go out to a movie a
The Midget League Ail-Star game Wilson, Marvin Drake Mark Hn! __...__ U 0 .000 .1

will be played at 8:00: Friday eve- Brandon Timmy Davis. Kelly ._....__........ 6 0 .000(

g OIL 844-1355 ning. Trophies won by Individuals : 8-9 girls: Debbie Rider, Claire Esser ....._......._._ 2 0 .000(
tM and teams will be presented Immediately McCarthy. Debbie Davis, Marie Varnum ___ 4 0 .000 -it'd' Ethelle sez .

) Res. VI 8-2682 prior to the game McCarthy, Glnna Fay Sexton, Adams -....,.,,,.,,..__.. 3 0 .000 ,'., t,

S The Blue All-Stars coached by Toni Mattson Kim Murphy Diane Ford .*.-__._-,._...._ 0 0 .000( air .
While enjoying our conditioning -
Sonny Stalls and assisted by
Davie, Mike Davis, Kenny Cassidy .
Kemp and Bob Welch are Steve Galee.lnl, Stew Brannan, Pitching Records : j
Thurmond W. Knight of 1 players from the league Gearl'l Frank Tomllson, Jacky Willis, Name W L Pe munch on ourMdc.a..J. io1 J 1\\

Kiwanis, third place Donnie Drake, Mike Kehoe, Gary Ireldler ?.. .,..um. 1 2 .333 "" '*** '" .' .. ..10'S -1'..
."Accredited Farm & Land Broker" filth place Elks. Hooker, Greg Miller David Ellington Robertson ...__ 2 0 1.000Boloubek licious

The Red All-Stars, coached by Ricky Baker Amelllo Rodriguez _..__..___ 3 2 .60 a
rhunnond Knight Realty. Inc OFFICE tale Miller and assisted by Billy George Arrleta. Shortcake f

I.i sags Ruur. B...._ 2010 Avenue E MaGahee and Ace Carlton are 10-11: Brenda Waldron, Gretchen }z : Strawberry
w..t Mir B.M._, FI..Ida RMra Beach layers from the second place American Bryan Mike Galasslnl, Kenny VFW
Legion, fourth place VFW 3rannan, Kleth Carter Barney W. 4-Lott S Only 34f?
and sixth SMU. Name AB II An
Bryan, Jimmy McCarthy
Dean ....__ 18 7 ,eaNomn y.,!
12-13: Judy Brabtiey, Danny I
RED TEAM ......_.....- 2 ..250Prllden Thrifly's the Week I
Kreddler Weaver. Breakfast of
,.....P-C !
Bobby Redlsh Legion .__. 23 13 ..563Hill
Choice Residential CornersOne Ricky Miller, Legion p.IJ' 14-19: Bobby Hare. __ 20 5 ..25CJWiaemaD .
Egg grits toast and coffee 340 :
C . . .
David Armstrong Legion __ 15 3 .1533 "

in NW sector 110'x 125' Jerry Weaver Legion __ ZB Midget LeagueFINAL Bryan ..____ 18 4 .211 } :
Frank' Perry, Legion 3B Roth ___ 18 1 .063 For Lunch Your Choice
James Suggs, SMU p.1J' Kelly .9 2 .222 t

both streets paved and paid for George Veale SMU .,.-.. ... IF MIDGET LEAGUE STANDINGS Hathcock __ 2 0 .000 Grilled Chopped Sirloin Steak I

Richard Murphy SMU OJ' Tate __._... 0 0 .
Priced to Sell. Adel Sotolonge. SMU P Team W L Pet OB Rich6 0 .Ottowith onions, mashed potatoes, green; turnip with tops :,'
Kiwanis .,,. ,,. 8 1 .110O -
Keith Carter. Slit ,.,,,.... m Fuller\ __ S 0 .000 hot rolls and butter
LeI10D __ :2 .10() 1 ;
James Hill VFW .., p.ss PuUeD ___ 4 0 .000 t
Lions __ 8 4 .110O
Barney Bryan VFW C Nelson __ 11 7 .C1311 or
___ 4 6 ,400 5 t
One in NE sector 100'x 125 Cecil Wiseman. YEW SB Reynolds .......... I 0 .000
Gary Roth YEW ......... 1B Elks .23.200TSMU : 1 Morrow .. .., .,.,,19 I ,Sle Pan Fried Pork Chop ,i
1 8 .100
neighborhood of new homes Glenn Pridgen YEW P-2B Pitching with chilled apple sauce, mashed potatoes, '.

BLUE ALL4TARS LAST WEEK'S SCORES tossed salad, rolls and butter ,
Elevation well above street level Name: W L Pet
Jerry Holoubek Lions P-IF Lions Klwanls 10
J.HI11 _. ...2: 2 .500
Lions P.CSteve Legion 17-VI'W 8
Danny Krelder
__ 0 3 .000 or
A real bargain. Bell, Lions 2B Eksl5-GMU9 Prtaden
4 Morrow -...,.--. ,- 1 1 .500 58 98
Lions C Lions 5--Legion
Larry Han 'MHmaD .......... 1 0 1.000 2 for V
Bill Edens. Lions IB Kiwanis 16-Elks 15

J. E. BEARDSLEY William Navarro Klwanls P-6S VFW14SMU13Legion. ELKS
Skip Hall, Klwanls P-SS 19-Elks 1 V
Won 2 Lost S
REGISTERED! REAL ESTATE BROKER Mark Clark Kiwanis CIJ'Gal'1 .Kiwanis 15-Lions 11 -
._ Kiwanis 7-SMU 0 Thrifty Drug
KlwvnlsConnie ZB
C1eW ion Phone YU 2.7501 Wilson WUllford, Elks P-C e Makeup Games. Norton ,.,. .. 1.000 ;
HouIh .. .... _.S.OOO I
Richard Blount, Elks PIFMike
FINAL Jot Galu.lnl 28 6 .231 i
Galasslnl. Elks 33AI TOP TEN BATTERS Blount _'. .......-, H.333

1 Sanford, Elks 1B (Based 2 time at bata WIlllford ........ ... %7.333SanJoni .
Steve Sergent, Elks ZB ) ........... 1. 3 ..167Sargent

ATTENTION! 1X3 JUNIOR LEAGUE Player a mere Team AB B Ave ...... ..... 7.000

ALL4TAR TEAM B. Redish .,- Legion 22 13 JUt Schatrer ., -..... 15 5 U7 I
S. GaluaJna 5 0 .000
farmers Ranchers The Junior AltStar game will Prigden YEW 23 13 .565' .......
Cane Growers and be played Sunday afternoon at Kreldler Lions 34 17 .500 B. Beardale1 4 0 .000
Williams McPhaU ......... 1.000
1:00: p.m. at Sugarland Park with Kiwanis 26 13 JOO I
LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND the Firemen playing a combined Navarro Kiwanis 31 14 .452 Baker 2: 0 .000

team of AB-Stan from the other Edens Lions 36 16 "
WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING league entries. L.. Hall n..r..ni..u Lions 25 15 .421 PUchmg Reoord
Name W L Pet
Trophies will be presented Immediately Holoubek Lions 30 12 .400
ffllliford .. .. .... 0 4 :.000
prior to the afternoon s. Hall nr.. Kiwanis 27 10 .370 -
t'i Gal "ana MsrkateiR game which wffl be a regulation Ben ___ ___ Lions 31 11 .355 BJount 2 :2 .500 I II
BANK LOAN Sanford -,,,,..... ,,. 0 2 .000 I
l C b r Inning game. The Firemen win I
be coached by Johnny Jackson and I ti
Inaae :dx..n me.r. .nr bu0dlags.. ,...kasesaaahtae the AOStan by Frank Motley. PIZZA Wet 1-Lest 9

::>: as4 bvUB' hTttae -.. Player Teaok Pea Name AB H An !,
> .wlgrekaee.1a: '*"*. ITS** "rue Jimmy Dana. Glddens PLJ'DouI Sugarland PharmacyYU Carter 28 J .115 i ,

I'rm6I HtuI tad fr OM Iam .....,....*. Rudd Giddens ...,.,.,C Sutton ...... .,.,.,, 1 0 '.000 S' II. '
W7 LAND BANK LOAN Henry Bowden Glddens ZB 2-3311 Murphy ,.. .- L.I ISSotolonga 4 XI : !

&I.L max: ADVANTAGES Mac Veale Giddens 1B 19 I J78 APT. MOTEL .j
L Ceaaer Martinez. Clddens P VeaI. ,......,,... 25 J .120 I ,
L L' Jimmy Crockard. Rotary ZB Davis :. ....,, 16 6 .400 }JN THE HEART 4.,.OF THE PAlM BEACHES i '
gar .... (Q t. .. ,.an). "ley a wekad.w w.k a .k..h., IIooe; .. 'W..4' .N she 'I ,
L Besa/abM Mn10e (aerrbg apl llue eackWnb11r1L BIll Farrar :Rotary PLTMurry Suggs ___________, 16 : 475 _l..8 aile ,.... ........ ..... .I. ... ...... N r- we .;
Pi Belcher Rotary! C Yivslh Tomes .-.,_.. ,-...,, 6 :.000 ..... -.. cy.. '.a 1.4,_ .,. lads rkb. ..... .
L ... ptMtag*. ... ..* te altr. tankU Robertson Rotary OFL deArmas ..-..,..... 13 I ..385 fecIIltIee. AW e..it1Me4 rkb. ........ peel ad lnl.ase. : ,
w.. Mntet by C.al IHM*.* asaflUr wt_ heal agrtf W. Howard. Rotary !'OJ'1laDd.1 O Damon iiiiiijiiiui-jij.j-i--i 9 1 .111 ..*.<-. ......, Ikhlq' tel'"e.. sm

R 1ft'es'1..* MniM to yes JMM write K yhsaw> Morrell, Firemen P-S3 Forshe _______V. __ 11 .5 ASS si w SEND FOR FREE BROCHURE AND RATES.... << I I'! I }
Mike Fletcher I'INIDe1IJJ.Or J. RedishC -.. J3rUeUag 5 485 .
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*. lUT. Ritz er DOTLE: X. ABBOTT.' Asei. Mgr.F Earl Forshee Firemen OF BootsGuidesGas Ice Rita 1 0 .000 US* r pi W.M.Iei, ,.........e..305. : :

F Federal Bobby Hare Firemen .. C Fishing Tackle Supplies Pie' such u...... n..w 048231. 'I\ I I lMs

Land Bank Association Bin Lawrence, Firemen IB Record .. .M 'HAMi i
_____ P-SS JohnsonisFuhing
Al Morrel. Beardsley New W L ret Pep.- ; ..

of Jimmy Bible. Beard-ley CT-P Sotoionga ,,....____''',! I .BOM9 _, _,. .AOOUU.
BracbntonBBAOBCTOit. Smith Folhin. Beardsley 23 Camp J. Radish 0 I i.t tt

... 7utlln > n.&. Larry Schneider: Beardsley 1MB Geuisto.. Ia.' Sugp ....,. .,... 0 1 .000 c.....___ ciTf' I1AII_ .

Terry Mottley Beardsley___. OF O. Veal-..,.... > 1 1 MO

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Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Ha. Ion and rear end. The owner un-I to Play Black Bear Hunts
Thursday; August 15, 1963 able to put a dollar and cents
----- -- ----- value on his car, as most of the
Lions in Softball
: "*f1n, parts" have been discarded OpenSept23Nov9Apply Introduction Special.

: II !..". ...2....? 1 :,..;:''41.:" by other drivers with stripped Preliminary FridayTwo .
; : gears or bolts. By; reworking Martin
; ", ', i-j has assembled a power house for Permit
Clewiston civic clubs, the ,
I J A with a token of actual cash. Kiwanis and Lions, will meet Friday Applications are now being received FREE lUBE JOB
tide Dragging at strips In Winter Haven ; night at 6:00 In a "slow- Florida hunters who
'' Bartow, Oldsmar, Lake Wales, Softball the from
!A'ir pitch" game at city; recreation managedbear
in the
wish to participate:
Klsslmmee, Sanford, Miami, Tampa park. .
St. Petersburg since 1956, Mar. The came will be the first of a hunts in the Osceola and, Apalachicola according -- To introduce our new service
National Forests manager
.1I tin competes In the lowest gas double-header. The second game ,
I class, with his classification being will pit the Midget League All- to A. D. AldrIch director! Ralph Martin we are offering
'r i 'tln 1i determined by number of engine stars, with players from each the Game and Fresh Water Fish Com residents a i i"free"

cubic inches divided Into the Kiwanis, Lions and Elks playing mission. :
I lubrication job each
rated as oil
weight His car baa 278 cubic representatives from the American Florida black bear are change
I ; inch displacement and weighs approximately -Legion VF.W. and SM.U. the largest In the nation; and because
I i a r.., D ti 3,500 pounds.'iimii. Lion President Richard Baker, of their early retreat toimpassable (any make or model) during the month of
territory, theyare
Issued the challenge: to the Klwanls swamp ;
difficult to hunt even
extremely August.We
after the latter had "socially
with excellent dogs. The Osceola
embarrassed" their
lI midget league
r in Columbia and
National Forest
team with defeat.
a Baker counties in Northwest Florida invite you to come in and
According to Baker, who Is making get acquainted -
the rules the need ariseshe and the Apalachicola: National
Aside from his '62 class champlon'ship as Forest in Liberty; County; in Northwest with Ralph while
( has also made arrangementsfor your car is being .
trophy the young driver-me- of the
Florida, provide some
an umpire) the will
game provide
H 1 chanlc-owner, has over one hund- entertainment first class, and best bear hunting in Florida. serviced."Chuck".
red trophies and ribbons which: Include the public Is cordially invited to Application for the Apalachicola -
first in the Pasco State Fair, Bear Hunta should be filed
witness the comedy as well as the
aemi-custom and second in the with the Regional ;Manager,
final of the
game summer recreation -
over-all fair classification. He baseball Game and Fresh Water Fish
baa three other state championship program. Commission P.O. Box 57', Panama WellsMOTOR
trophies, and. Venice, Florida City, Fls., prior to 11:30:
I West Coast Champ trophy. PEE WEE a.nx August 30. Hunters who
Martin has been a resident of wish to participate In the Os-
Clewiston for approximately six eeols Beer Hunts should file CO. Inc.
t, months and recently; set a strip REGISTRATIONSATURDAY application with the Regional G
RAT MARTIN HOLDS '6Z CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY for HOssserCliu record .t Fort Myers, turning the Manager, Game and FreshWater .J Chevrolet, Olds, & Pontiac
la front of a portion of the one-bnndred pins trophic he his won quarter-mile In 16 seconds or top Fish Commission. p. O. '........ SALES! -SERVICE-PAITS
since 1956.-STAFF PHOTO. speed of 87 miles per hour. However Box 908, Lake City, Florida,
the cars best time is 15.3 seconds This Saturday! August 17 prior to 11:00 a.m. August 30. Sugarland Hwy. CleW atoD

Local Resident Toast of The "Dragsters"In for 89552 mph. Because of has been designated. as reels All applications: must be accompanied Phone YU 2-4501
'a shortage of competition in his tratlon day for all pre-school by a check to cover permit
class, Martin frequently competesin swim students. All children Interested cost

His Class Has Trophys to Prove It I higher classes and often wins" In participating In the Regulations for the bear hunts
i : ; unless they are "really souped. three week course, betweenthe provide for special three-day; hunts
I A visit to Martin's home on Pasadena area of 2 and four are beginning September 23 through + .
hu Ii; Roy; Marton, 28, parts manager Martin's 1950 Chevrolet coupe, reveals trophies In every urged to register at the pool November 9. Each three-day; hunt n +
I of Chuck Wells Motor Company; looks more like aecond car transportation window, on all tables, not to men- Saturday; will be limited to not more than

r baa over one hundred trophies tot than a H-Gasser. The tion a trunk of trophies which are Classes will begin Tuesday, 17 people, except upon approval!
I Iii dull black hood covers a 1954 stored at his mother's in Winter
show tor his efforts In drag r.eI"f August 29. tinder the direction of the hunt supervisor Each
"r ing. Including the 1962 Championship straight six engine, which powers Haven. of Woody Camtfcers, assistance group must obtain a $5000 party;
trophy won at V.lltaria.Ii a 1962 4-speed Corvette transmls- His employer provides him with a recreation director. bunt permit and each person In
tow vehicle to enter various races the party must also possess a regular Rr <
I' and because of their previous experience hunting license. 1

i: ARE YOU READY FOR HURRICANE with the racing hobby, Football Candidates Additonal information concerning -
area "dra," fans make that head the special hunt regulations
/(:) quarters. and procedures governing the
Report for WorkoutsJoe
:::= BEULAH? drawing may be obtained by contacting

I Crafts Display Bundy, new head coach at either regional office. i iI iI

Draws Clewiston High School, has issueda I
PROTECT call for football candidates to re- Fitness Certificates
Number EntriesAn port today and began a two-a-day;
actual count of 480 was madeof workout schedule until school opens Awarded SwimmersPhysical
YOUR Iu1lllih1Iiu entries in the combined arts and September 3rd. fitness certificates
crafts display o fthe Clewiston Recreation Coach Bundy plans to work only were awarded last week to Judy I
r Department and the High with varsity candidates until the Hough primary; ; :Ralph Kyle, pri (

PROPERTY IJL School. opening of school, at which time : mend Jimmy; McCarthy; ad
Recreation director Eugene Fuller the Junior varsity; squad will begin
estimated a crowd of 200 people work. Practices are being scheduled The Clewiston Recreation Department

wd ROLL FORMED visited the open house display; for 7:30: a.m. and 1:00: p.m. presented the A.A.U. certificates IN FLORIDA
at the Youth Center last Thursday; Bundy has been working with [ after completion of certain
: a athletics for the past couple weeksin qualifications
4'' co.puu .IfH r : night.Mrs.. Margaret Bare directedthe a weight lifting program, which BEER IS A NATURALAs
I caucus. coot lJ I' high school program and Miss has placed additional pounds on
I .c VI.UUTI' HURST-NAVACO Judy; Vann and Miss Judy; Bern- most of the "boy*:,:Ofe expects 25 Edward's natural as wholesome grains and tangy hops from'
try; directed the department pro boys to answer the roll call at which It Is brewed, beer Is Florida's traditional beverage of

; gram. first practice, and the junior varsity moderation,.,light,sparkling/ ,delicious.
CLIPFASTI Both the Instructors and the parents will total 22 boys. The new Plumbing RepairReplacemenb And naturally/ Florida's Brewing Industry Is proud to be a
,were exceptionally well pleased coach is contemplating a 30 man major purchaser of Florida products and raw msterlsls.' For
\\I S STORM SHUTTERS with the items and progress squad which will feature a strong RepairINSTALLATIONS example,the Brewing Industry Is responsible for million of
r. ; that has been made this summer backfield and light but fast line dollars paid annually/ to Florida farmers for pulpwood tote
and the combined departments are in the first year of Ridge competition.
made Into cardboard boxes and Millions
t TROUBLE carton. more ere
MASTER LICENSE spent for other Florida materials and services. In florid.,
YOU CHOICC-ALUMINUM GALVANIZED tTKtNmUB program and display; next sum Something new this will bea
year bear belongs' ,,,enloy It.
( SCCUREir IN A CIATTCR Of MINUTES. : mer. Blue-Gold football game climaxing Call YU 2-6711

For Free Estimate Without Any Obligation practice which will be playedon I t1:
Sugarland Pharmacy Friday; September 13, with 325 E. Ventura :>. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
proceeds being used to for I .
Hendry County Aluminum Sales player Insurance _
(Across from Post Office) All high school boy Interested
in playing; either varsity; or junior
dewiston YU 3-2926 Florida 2-3311 vanity; football should contact: him

at Center once. Sponsors Sunday Feature

Festival Carnival For the Beefeater-

I Members of the Youth Board of
0 the Weatherald Youth Center are
sponsoring a Summer Festival and
Carnival at the Center Thursday; ROAST PRIME RIBS of, BEEF au JUS
August 22 for preschool and elementary -
YEAREND trI school boys and girls. Activities

I ;( 1SS3PlYMIITM 8 p.m.are scheduled between Sand Baked Idaho Potatowith

I ., 1 1i The money; making event fa to
provide funds for tb* Summer Festival !!-
i & VALIANT SALE PAAO Dance for the high school .

students. Booths are being planned .: < Creamery Butter or Sour Cream & Chive Dressing;
J (all Inside) with various games of
chance and skill prizes going to all I
1, participants. Admission* of S and :

1 + >. tfwse o tickets 10 cents being will sold be at 1 charged the: door. with Tossed Green:' 'Salad *t '
1 6 ..
j strings tqsl 1II1tI The: sponsoring students Invite
I b far rtal., ..wltt tile raw; parent to bring their Choice of

I I :, I model' M thtir wsy ttortty,J I V .east upper, Hot dogs youngstersand cokes, Dressing. ... ,
..,.out ts aloes awry 1967M snowcones,will be available. ,
,. l PlJllout ad Y.II.et fasfa'r', ,Join the young and oldsters at \, \ Rolls &'' Buttef i Beverage 1?
lRICES >?kt cm sri limply" & the Carnival, ton1cht.I "
s 1 tile uvtafi art purrs tutjvii 9
I, lIeU<< to to O kunyl.! ro'LAL I ;: .' S Two dollars Seventy-five Cents'
I r' t IIt Ladies of Lake
I I )
? I afs
t Summer BowlingThe :

.- kerar41 \>' ,. .. ...
j UVea AotMEIsN Mynuuta.ShIIeaR' ... .
Ladies W the Lake
\ 0.... Warranty In Bowling .
( e I. ..Nrwrar aMaabM\1H1cfttiM League' finished their summer lea e a' ; a f' '.
paps acesMs e..t.onean bass agsdsd a no.k M, :.:= guebOWUnt:5114: part but ; I Otherec' ;: ,llew' ':;.... .. .
I for.. .*.. .r !eliot, for S yr* .r will have a Sweepstake Day today I' tableSerVingl2:00 fi'M'. or, a Ita nowt.ikfil u jilt,
I ... 11I1..., wtrtclwww com** Brat, en SIN ansln tI. and :Uward troTMef 7 to Jtt league Ii J;;': t Ii.' >.f ';'
I Mock, ttttt antf bMwnal port* trommlMlM < *
I. y' and Mwiwl pwts(onclndlns. :m nu t chitchi) torque T n l
4 I ; lit anrrrtr, *tile IMft, wdgnM plea (ewwdlhchat The JoUyetteft winning ,learn. \ : : to 2:30: and '6:009:30l; : ;:
oev.n6nsr aide lied! dxNraM44 cell'rani are Leola Vaughan Jana Knedler, I ';"'''' .
heal Marine*,Vrl .
..... at mumtblt bitwvls. tcoocdfru .* Vie Sally Walker: and Polly McLendon. I::1 < :
I rtymtuth-V"" nt C tMtf Car Can senWuhM.'BECK .. Frances Carlin woo the high Individual I *
series trophy. Belle Watkins o .eIC
won fee high individual singlegame j{
trophy;rT7N Boost improved Ii- .
IJ I .I .wttloltaao otlAtor ; bowler award is kept secret untfl The J -
the day awarded. I( ;: fll@ll"wn)(; fttnTdopnoiiflYU

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dewlston Fla.
S I Thursday August 13, 19S3 All parents and people who are ,!

1.ADSit' -- I interested. in the band organizationare
I invited to attend the Band ,
15 in the I
Parents meeting August
_.. ----- .
"n!' VTlkon 31201RATES 1ynv" : ------- .I News
'" : Four cents DEMAND GREATER THAN PAINTING or ALLmdoor in Library at 8 p.m. It is importantthat
70 cents EVER for houses each parent whose child owns
wertloD. bus
Word per acreage outdoor. Contract or by WANTED TO LEASE -- Urge t

\\lID the charp price: four of three.lDIertlanltor nesses.. List We your have property customers with waitIng hour. Free estimates Any size Job. house, three bedrooms for one: Events and News Of Our Colored Community an instrument the group be insurance present for to discuss the

us. For additional Information call Call Ralph Martin, YU 2-4501
J, E. Beardsky, Ph. YU 2-7501. Town Paint & Hardware. YU 3- year Itc: MRS. JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor protection of your child's Instrument

tfcniswlfaneousforSalei 1141 AuglSc Phone YU 2-7(31: -Mr.. J. S. Gajadah.
RENT ""'
10R FOR SALE S bedroom house. route Is available for this area. PERSONAL MENTION ,1 SWIMMING POOL NOTES CHURCH NEWS

Unfinished. Small down. 432 West Many semi-retired men now earning The Barracudas from James Mason NEW BETHEL AME
( El Paso aug29p $6000 to 150.00 per week. Mrs EanMitlne Smith has re- Swimming Pool turned in W Rev L Holmes: Patter
cablna and turned to her horn In Bartow to find
RENT-FurDfshed first 13 second places,
I Also have one full time Route Prayer services will be conductedeach
tailed. JohnSon Fishing Camp I FOR SALE-BLOCK HOUSE available. For Interview in your the regret of her many Oewlston 7 third places in a meet consist night this week leading up to

111 Z.1l8L tieR Hardwood floors, three bedroomsone area, write Mr. McGartty, Box friend. Mri. Smith is a licensed ing of 23 events. This gave them the revival services preaching will
FOR SALE Regfetered Angus bath living dining! room beautician and was associated with than half of the possible
WIlHston Florida. more
2 and 3 room fur- I 827 ate begin Monday night Aug. 19. You
RENT cow registered Angus Mrs. Julia Sates !in the. Beauty
heifer kitchen. CaD YU 6074.. Locatedat points and a lead over the Sun- these
Phone Invited to
sted apartment J.12iLUo Bred grade Angus cow and grade 629 E. Ventura Avenue. aug29p Nook while her. land team of Fort Lauderdale. This are .
services! with us.GREATEN
Angus cow with calf Contact Bill KINDERGARTEN RESIST RATION Mrs. Julia Sales ii spending a meet, the second between the two

REN'f-HC\IIe; Tr.I1erI. One Swayne YU 2-7221 itp ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS with Silvia Aguirre Open few day with friends Plant City teams, was held, in Fort Lauder
It trailer Guaranteed 19.95 down.. $14.04 for this School start September
Two Bedroom. Also year. Coleman and Wlldwood Florida. FRIENDSHIP
md Oewiston Trailer NOW OPEN per month. LAKE 'APPLIANCE 4th. Ages 4 to 5. Free Pick Joe Nelson was a visitor In our dale.Helen Wilson Mavis Anthony BAPTIST
Pare CO., YU 27151. tie
11. yU Z-2681 up and Delivery Call YU 2-6092. city this past weekend Micheal Quentin Roger McCray Rev O. D. William, pastor
BUTS FOR SALE Special rates for non-transported Mrs. Mary Brewster left the cityTuesday I and Willie Johnson performed in The Klsslmmee Valley Baptist

jSttOE FOR RENT-300 acre Good WATCH REPAIR SHOP 1954 Ford new tires and in new children. Septic for West Palm Beach, their usual masterful way in their Association convened at the church

muck for vegetable,crop J. M.'Lank- I car condition. WANTED 20 more music students where she will be confined to St.MaI'1" respective divisions.In Tuesday Aug. 13tn.' The devotionwas
iji pavement. SUGARMILL
Near Aug22c ROAD 250.00 to complete our fall sched Hospital for a few days.Friends the recent meet held in Clew conducted at 10,00; a.m. by

,..JZt C1ewis1on Call Frank Denmead YU NUlUc ule. Holdrldge Music YU 2-4781. are hoping that she will iston the two teams swam to a Rev. F. B. Smith Rev. J, James

SALE or RENT two bedroom FOR SALE-Frlgidalre stove and Septic soon return home feeling much im tie of 114 points each. 15 local and,Rev. J. D. Davis. The enrollment

It large corner lot V.A. ft- refrigerator. Coldspot air con proved. swimmers made the trip. The of churches, societies and

pane. 705 So. Pacific Avenue ditioner. Good condition. Call YU Rev. L. Holmes left Monday host served refreshments and agay departments began at 10:30.' : The

tact Box 464. Vero Beach or 2-3741 tic Buslness'ServicesBLUM morning for Jacksonville where he time was enjoyed by all morning message was deliveredby

boDe JOrden 22710. Wm. H.eller. lOST & FOUNDFOUND will attend the Trl-State meeting Michael Quentin placed first la the Rev. C !Pete at 11:45 ..m.
FOOR SALE-18 ft Owens Mahogany The evening session was openedat
Itca Willie and
of the AME church. The sessions diving Johnson 4th
Runabout Upholstered will be held at Edward Waters Johnnie Johnson 8th. 3,30; p.m. with the devotion conducted -
Trailer and ITraU.e seats nylon cover Gator trailer It SONS PLASTERINGVery
RENT by Mrs. Ella Jenkins and
Royal Palm Trailer Excellent condition $323.: Meske Best Work Radio. Call YU 3-2531: College Delegates attending from The public Is invited to view
ees. Mrs. Pecola Hunter. At 3 .
*P New Bethel AME!: church Mrs p.m.a
are awards and in
after 5 trophies on display
YU 22603. tfema 204 So. San Gabriel tic We Save You Money p.m Aug22c
Phone business held
ark Paltering. Simulated Stone Grace Collins, Mrs Ems!. Mae the office of: the pool. Awards this short period was

RENT Two bedroom furn- FOR SALE-Trailer. 25 ft Clean Stucco -Free Estimate Patrick, Gwendolyn Johnson andRoosevelt week were won by Helen Wilson I with the Moderator. in charge

Wed trailer. Call YU 24252. tfcKB self-contained. $500.: cash Rldg-! Licensed and Insured Williams. and Mavis Anthony three meet At B p.m., tile Hall session wa

din Trailer Park. 4 miles East on 23 Years In Business $25 Rewardfor Awards of other team members opened and the No. 1 choir of I
Mrs. Catherine and Mrs
RENT Small eUiclencyment Rt 21 YU 2-7621 ltp 3850 Lora Street King win be displayed over the coming Friendship Baptist was la chargeof
Geneva of Miami the
Lights and water turned Floyd pent I
) Fort Myers. Fla. tic weeks the devotion. Along with the
Phone YU FOR SALE Brand double of ladies day Tuesday in dewlston visiting!
W per month. new ED 74171 or OX 4-3874 recovery local visiting choirs, there were
HB. steel bunk beds $20; use as single I relatives and Mends choirs from Belle Glade Benbow I

or double bunk beds. Last of platinum diamond i Mrs. Vlrtress Tate is doing fine HARLEM ACADEMY NEWS ,Pahokee Indiantown. Sand Cut, I

m KENT! Furnished apart the NEW surplus bunk buds. Al's NOW OPEN wrist watch lost in and !in the best of health in North AU new students and first graders Ratter Avon Part, Stuart Fort i

pent Call YU 2-6881. ticROOKS Army Store. Septic Norwich N.Y. A member ,of the who have not registered will Pierce. Okeechobee Lake Harbor,
business section
BESTSWATCH family has confirmed that the "
FOB RENT Call YUIGL FOR SALE-1967 Ford Falrlane report register August 28th-29th .t 9 a.m. Moore Haven and Immokalee.Rev. '
REPAIR SHOP of her being seriously ill is I'
until 3pm. Students who attended
tic O. D. Williams DD
$ V-8 straight shift, radio, beaterr
SUQARMILL ROADI YU 3-1301 not true. Harlem Academy School laatye.r ModeratorRev I i
white wall tires 3-tone paint Mrs. Estelle Holmes and Mrs.
PIANO. $8.00 .
KBIT A NEW a take : are registered for the coming A. Drayton
(100( cash
over payments.CaU II
Music for Daisy DozIer are enjoying a delightful .'
Moth. See Holdridge year need not reregister and, n
Texaco Station, City YU HAVE the facilities to place FBA vacation In New York City Corresponding SecretaryCARD I
Ittiflt. YU 24781. SepiScBXAL 2-4731 tic the first, day of school will be ..
insured mortgages. For information and other of interest
many September 3 at t a.ra. 1 OP THANKS :

COMPLETELY REBUILT fc Re- ,about call Rachel conditional Padgett.commitments YU I PUBLIC NOTICE in the northern states. All first graders who did not reg I wish to express my deep gratitude \!

finished Baby Grand Piano. auZZC liter in the preschool roundup: and sincere thank to my II

Holdrldge Music. YU 24781.SeptSc 3-1941. CARD OF THANKS must be fix years old by the first many friends I for their kindness '[

I SINGER SEWING MACHINE NOTICH or APPLICATION I wish to sincere day of January, 1964 and they cannot during my recent Illness and confinement
FOR TAX DICED: express my
Old- enter, without a birth certifi
will be at '
BUSINESS FOR SALE-Al's Army representative Notice I I. hereby .lY.n that Hr- thanks and gratefulness to my in Hendry General Hos
ESTATE Store each Friday. ben the holder ( the cate. We will be glad to help you
: the market Will dens Furniture and Fountain o friends for pital. I express a special thank
Store to on many their acts of
service stop in following certificate have tiled (aidertlfloat to obtain your child's birth certificate '
Unfinished steel sales
Id CTB1SPO. For parts to the doctors and hospital staff. ;
sell ,as a going business or will for a tax deed to be levied kindness at the time of my recent
nuonrr house. Will sell as Is rent empty building. A. N. Pearl- or call YU 26721. tic thereon. The certificate number illness at which time X was confined if you need help. May God Bless each and all of you.
and year of Inuanc, the d**> Thank for splendid '
you your .
it complet to buyers specification. :MRS. MAUDE EDMOND :
man. Septic SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom rlptlon of the property, and the to Hendry General. I am this ,
Xxcluslv. cooperation in matterl! A. A
name In which it war aMd I* t.
line of grateful Indeed to coworkers
made. Complete my ,
VORTHSDE/ bedroom frame envelopes, .. follow.: Thomas PrincipaL
: FOR SALE Payroll
drapery and slip cover fabric. Certificate No. ItYear 1 Dr. G. G. Allison and the hospital Harlem I
110,000.ORTBSIDIC. printed wtIh form for social security ClubYour
I of issuance, 1111
estimates. Call YU 3-583L staff and the members of Friendship
:/ 2 bedroom frame, withholding and other deductions. Free Deecrlptlon of property Lot II, OBITUARY Favorite Mixed Drink
8000 I Box of 500. dewlstan Van Cothern's Custom Furniture r/ Block 4 IS Baptist Church. Funeral services' for the late
and Upholstery tie dame In whloh ...*.*.edlI.. L A. May God continue to bless each Cocktail I I'I
ACREAGE is available. i New Office. uanlta Johnion.AU Mrs. Lula Gamble,were conducted Fried Chicken
S ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 of laid property being In the and an of you Sunday afternoon at'3 p.m. at the Sandwiches
$2.00 County of Hndry, and City of Clew- MRS. TLAMADGE Recorded Music, Popular Band
SALEParrakeetJ, MOODY 'I
bath frimrf"home.: Hardwood I FOR. African lovebirds Sugar-land PharmacyPIZZA lute,. Stale .(-FtorUiB.UnlM .. Glorious, Community. urc". Elder Bbvand Mm.-Will WaBaee. I II
fmiLi171A up. Mynah birds such certificate or eertlflat Carl Williams, pastor officiating. '
monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet *. shall b. redeemed according to I Proprietor I'I'I
HOMES In Broward Palm .
Wild law the property described. In curb, CARD OF THANKS
Beach sod Dade counties, vsriou boarding. Thompson ertlflcat or certificate will b*' The family of: the late Mrs. Lula The deceased war a native of: I
ilzu and prices. Small cash Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- sold to the highest bidder at the I Tuskagee Ala but Oewlston
1238. tic YU 2-3311 front door of the City Hall. Clewlt- Gamble (Mama Lula) wish to express
;yment ton, Florida at eleven clock A. M.on their thanks to their many been her home since 1945. She had Hilton' Grocery

lOa! RENT Efficiencies and ........................" aau..a.s.a.eu..a..a.USDIRECTORY September the tint. Ilia Monday, which In I*Month the tnd of friends who were so kind and reached the. age of 82 :year before
hones a. available. II day of September U" Dated this sympathetic In their recent hoursof her passing.She Grocerle.VIetabSr"h:; Meat :
Over 1,000 vacant lots to select Ith day of July, 1> SFRED leaves to mourn her departure -
sadness, and to those who sentflowers
tan for all purposes. Various City Clerk A BIKES cards and food. We two daughters :Mrs. Lu- Cold Drinks Essential Item I ,
Ttwi Terms.HVESTMENT. I !I BUSINESS I Dy City Marl of I I..WWbb )Florid grateful to you for everything that clle Ponder and Mrs Mary Brew We Appreciate Your Patronage I :
AND INCOME Mr. and Mrs. Thorttoa Hilton
PROPERTY ; Chief Deputy Clerk has been done to make our burdens ster dewlston; eight grandchild I
: CN 111 rent Mrs Rosa Lee Davis Jtmmie Proprietors I :
BfiO MONTHLY RENTAL. RecentCBS I July II Aur.; 1. 5. It, llll lighter May the blessingsof !
WALDRON'SMEATS heaven shower down upon each and Arthur Freeman Eloise Tyrone '
construction $23,000. SEE US FORBOTTLED and all of Wilfred and Alonzo Brewster, I'I I
TERM low Interest farm '
cue grove and ranch mort- GAS AND GROCERIESOpen IN AND FOR HRNDRT COUNTY MRS. LUCILE PONDER Oewlston; and, Ronnie Harris, 1 JULIA'S ti ti' ,
E8Tr'RJA: :: MRS. :MARY BREWSTERand Cleveland Ohio; six great grandchildren
$gn, minimum fN' KB-!:
7 to 1 it 3 to 8 p.m. CHRISTENSEN and host of BEAUTY NOOKFor
LISTINGS NEEDED AppliancesSale&5ervice a.m. p.m. DAISY MAE ) No. all members of the family a other relatives
Six Day a Week Deceased and friends. That New Look
If,. Reel Estate. Broker (CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) All NOTICE creditor TO of the 'eetat* of Burial was in Washington Memorial TmUng Styling Cutting
S30 East DAISY MAN CHRISTENSEN de- NOTICE Of INTENTION TO Cemetery in Oewtaton, with Ne Appointments
Sugarland Highway ceased are hereby notified and required REGISTER FICTITIOUS NARK Reddick Funeral Home in of Friday and Saturday
lire Auto and General POWER GASCORPORATION for Your Spur of Moment Picnic to file any claim or demand Tin undersigned tot hereby certify charge MK. Julia Bales Proprietor
Insurance which they may bar against laid that I am conducting a Real arrangements.
estate In the office of the county Eitat buln*a at Cltwlilon Florida
Dewi nn, ria. Ph. YU 2-aei Four Miles East of dewlstonAttention ludee of Hendry County Florida, under the fictitious name of
,courthou at LaBell 1'101'.1 DADE-MONHOB REMLTT and that i
Beach Ida. within ell calendar month aid firm I.! composed of the follow-
CALL COLLECT Bare from otfh* date of the flrit *-i Inc persons whose names and places
ATTENTION CATTLEMENTChivt Ion this notice. Each calm: or of residence are at follow! ELITE GROCERYGroceries ,
South Bay WY 65321BENDET demand moot b* In writing and JAME8 W. PASTORIUS
listings from 320 to 25,000 must elate the place or residence P. <0.< Box 959Clewiston i
ow of excellent: cattte land In and poll-office address of the claimant I Florida
*Sto co1JNTl'Title' and must b* worn to by theel.lm.nt. Ownership of Dad.-Monro Realty Fresh Meats
aDd surrounding counties Co. CattlemenNew his aceat er bl. attorney I* a. follow: School SuppliesCold
JW from $100 to $125 per acre. & Abstract or It will become Told according James W. Paitorlu
lure Abstraets-TlUe InsnraneeWbBe II I the time .. eenselldate to law. The law require claim to P. O Box II* Drinks
Wrments from 10 ton29% Tulle b* filed In duplicate Clewleton FloridaIt Clewiaton News '
** Jong term balance For fur- StenetTSpJierrh.toe rear debts with a long tent farm Dated July SI, lt". I I. mjr Intention to apply to the i
"r .pylng DnpUealtagSi. /./ JGl BEALETExeeutw Clerk of the Circuit Court In' and
'U tetaflj, call Arcadia (Collect) BVise a..4 O.L v. lean low Interest rates, wia ul At Eetat: Of for Hendry County, Florida, to rr-. Other Items :
M01 or WA S-128L ,ug29c .. Fla.o.sste. Fi. *" N1.51.2. Daly Mae Chrletenien, l lute, the said name of Dd-Uonro f
Federal Land Bank decoaeedCARLOS Realty under 'itfte provision of For
WIll R. DICKEY Chapter 10951. taw of Florida. AoU Information Call YU 2-7651:)
Attorney for Executor of 1141. :
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\ : Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Qewi ton, Fla.BoatACade 1963 with an additional 14 out-of- Five Locke $25 or 25 day
Collision Frank VI4dlsmls.ed
Three Car Injures Robinson
Thursday August 15, 1963 ACL PetitionsTo county warrants served, for a total whose say
of 164 arrests. upon prof

Plans Reviewed Extend Line public The department service messages delivered where 19 Sunday Afternoon Near HospitalA Beverage Illegal: possession Ray William of al"" AIL

II. public service had failed and turn- : days: William Bra

; ed over 4641.20 to the County three-car collision at the in while traveling east on U. S. 27. McCormick, .7S bond e.trealed

At Waterway Association Meet Beyond OkeelantaThe Fine and Forfeiture Fund.Arre.bJ ;Itersection of Circle Drive and The officer said that Mrs. Akin Gary estreated.Elliott Douberly, 1100 tined;
were as follows.: One Sugarland Highway caused injuries was traveling west on US 27 and
each for speed while pulling trailer in various degrees to Mrs. Hilda struck Mrs. Carlthers' '62 Chevrolet Profanity; Charlie Willis\
Final plans for the Labor Day FUNDS ARE LOW Atlantic Coast Line Rail under false days straight: Leroy
receiving money Sue Carlthers and her daughter truck In the left side, causingit Mob-
With emphasis being placed on road tine asked the Interstate Com- 10 '
weekend Boat-A-Cade were reviewed vehicle or day.
failure to have
and to the right and continue -
Akin to veer
Linda Mrs. Isbel M.
Commission for authorityto ;
Labor event,
by Okeechobee Waterway plans for the Day merce Disorderly conduct
under control identification -
altering and into the roadside ditchin :
and about son, Jerry all of dewlston, on Jerry I
Association directors at Clewiston financing has received little attention operate Maddox 135 or 25
Tuesday afternoon. Opening with and the report of the treasurer 12.9 miles of new track Into a previously driving paper while, Improper license suspended parking,, Edward E. Bergquest of Miami. front of the hospital. Mrs. Carl Boyd $35 or 25 days dan. : BennQ
S. M. Price then was thrown from her truck
Asso- unservlced south and According to Officer
showed the Waterway I
a banquet at the Elks dub in FortMyel'1l Indecent
violation of right-of-way improper exposure,
elation is in debt eastward from Okeelanta, terminus ; who investigated the accident, Mrs. and received numerous bruises and lllDe Ba,.
on Friday night, the two passing. reckless display of fire ward, $100 or 60 day
day event will officially close witha 600. Promotion of memberships of the present Clewiston while Canners was traveling south on cuts: and was taken to Hendry Gen- vault Amos Turner ; bare of
arms, petit larceny, driving $33
dinner in Stuart Sunday night during and after the Boat-A- ade is Circle Drive and entered the Intersection eral Hospital for treatment Her treated; assault .''
line.The intoxicated causing, an accident; and batters
t Approximately 100 boats including expected to Improve the conditionof proposed line would verve carrying concealed thinking that the stoplight daughter was slightly\ injured and ter Williams, case Ole..

two sizeable yachts, are expectedto the treasury.: the area where South Florida Sugar -, Two each for: wilful weapon.and wanton was working and becauseMr. was not thrown from the truck. I troyln private continUed: &,.

make the trip. Chet Perry will Vernon Lundqulst of WINK TV Corp has a new mill In opera- reckless driving, driving on wrong Bergquest had also stopped! Price said that Mrs. AUn's '63 I Maddox $3S or property 3S days,, jerry I

again serve as Crulsemaster. at Fort Myers spoke to the group tion, and where A. Duda &: Sons side of road, accessory before the Mercury went into the left' traffic upon payment of cost of.USI'eIIded
y Each community on the water- on offering to film in sound and are reported planning to build a'(' fact-receiving money under false Sewer Line Streaks lane and struck Bergquest's '63 restitution. COUrt; **!

way has been invited to enter a color, the Boat-A-Cade event in a $1 million packinghouse and pre- pretenses, displaying another'sdriver' Ford. Damage to Carlthers' vehicle Driving while
,p film which could be used as the cooling plant I was estimated at $400; Aklns
candidate for Boat-A-Cade Queen license, no tag. Tate, $150 or fldays.piuloJJ
for 13 minute promotional The application to the ICC is Ahead of Schedule $1,200 and Bergquests
and these ten finalists will be introduced basis a I Three each for: bare assault, damage ; mandatory revocation of
at the kickoff banquet in film, completed later when fi- docketed as Finance No. 22698; I 7500. license ors
depriving minor children of necessary ; drunk, Astcller
Smith-Sweger Construction com- T. Brno.
Fort :Myers. They will appear first nances are improved. Lundqulst specifically it asks the Commission sustenance and raiment, ptanlt Mrs. Akin received numerous card $23 bond entreated
in shorts and shirt, and then in a said the actual cost of the film (approximately for authority to construct and ). pany crews are breezing along bruises, Jerry an Injured shoulder Cutcher, failure to ; j. D.

;, cocktail or dressy, dress. In the $300)), and expensesfor operate over about 12.9 miles of Four, beating board bill; five nearly two weeks ahead of schedule and Berquest suffered neck injuries right when being alve17"jjj
line in passed
second each girl will himself and wife on the Boat- track in Palm Beach county, Fla. on laying of sewer according to the officer. ,
appearance driving while intoxicated; six, 35 days; Carol Ann
Clewiston. officials esti- Catherine .
A-Cade trip would be all necessary The proposal is to extend the Project Ca,
to the microphone and have one The officer charged Mrs. Caritb-
go worthless check; eight for trunk; tell, failure to have
mate that week will wind vehicle
outlay at the present Com- Okeelanta branch from its present"stubend" one more under
minute to identify herself and her era with careless driving and causing -
10 for assault and battery; 17 for control $35 or 35
the actual laying of the lines days
pletion of the film could be hand- eastwardly about 0 up ; David
community. an accident The stop light\ has
p no driver's license 18 for disorderly Frank Robinson
; and the finish work of manholes of
led also on a reduced basis. miles, a branch northwardly about rid*
(Clewiston's Queen entry was not been in operation for several
\ conduct and 46 for speeding. of-way $23 10
; or
and lift-stations is expected to be days,
being chosen last evening). Directors present were asked to 2.9 miles and a branch south weeks and is used primarily duringthe senesce
The finalists will be Queen's ascertain whether each Chamberwill I wardly about 44 miles, all southof I completed well ahead of schedule.'. school year Price said. suspended

.' attendants and will make the contribute $30 to cover this Lake Okeechobee and near I Dr. Wright-Tells Excellent weather hat contributed Two other minor accidents were
1 initial cost Okeelanta. The application states greatly to the speed of the project
t cruise together aboard the Tropic i investigated by the City Police DIABETES
;' Isle, 66 ft yacht owend and en- Representatives from Jensen that the Duda firm in planning aII Delinquency Plans and not a single day has been over the weekend, with no injuries TESTS

tered by the Moody Bros. of Fort Beach, Stuart Indiantown Paho- $ million plant at the northern Dr. James Wright, juvenile counselor -lost because of rain. reported.
Myers. kee, Belle Glade, Clewiston, Moore terminus and the South Florida for Glades-Hendry counties The speed with which the pipe GIVEN TO MANYIn
Haven and Ft. Myers attended the Sugar Corp., Is operating a sugar has gone down has presented a
Mrs. Richard R. Hooks of Clew told Klwanians Wednesday of his!
at which Paul Franklin "minor" problem with city officials a followup of the
iston who represented LaBelle in meeting mill at the southern terminus of projected "Community Planning County Court annual\ &.
presided. After the meeting a char- in their financial arrange betic survey by the Hendry
: the proposed construction and that Cough
the Queen's contest of the original for the Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency. -
coal steak dinner, with Jack Fry I ments. The company makes a Health Department
neither site is served by railroad approxlnuWjl
?: Boat-A-Cade on Okeechobee Waterway While the project is
presiding at the grill In the Glades draw against the contract as the Plea RecordA 53 have been I
Day persons
t,(; 26 :years ago, will crown or reached by improved state or still in the planning stages, Wright given the
Pit Room, was served.Clewiston work I iii progressing and the rapid diabetes test
federal highways.Clewiston
jt): the Queen this year, and will be I said that much progress has been
i completion has increased the de- plea of guilty to a charge of Mrs. Dorothy
Richer clerk of
')f.j one of the chaperones with them I made in other county agencies in'
mand for cash earlier than anticipated illegal serving of alcoholic beverages department, says that blood tat
r on the Tropic Isles. the foundation.
Delegates Faculty preparing by the Clewiston commission. was accepted by Judge B. N. for diabetes will be given at
Box lunches will be available to uj
; Wright also told the group that
I The bond has not
money yet Parsons at :Mondays
Hendry time during the at
the Boat-A-Caders at Moore Haven year
I at Clewiston Pahokee and Leave for AssemblyDelegates during his attendance to various been received and tile city is shuffling County. Court Plea Day, from Eel of the regular weekly clinics: Li-
I i''+ Complete Report schools and speaking engagements its money to keep from withdrawing ma Davis with sentence withheld
Indiantown, the boats will pull up from the Clewiston ; he found that he was receiving the Belle. Thursday, 14 p.m.or Ci!
funds from time until
Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses depositsand further investigation can be ton. Monday, 1-3 p.m.
for greeting and short stops. Ice
I best cooperation in the state from
I' water, soft drinks, Ice fuel and are leaving this week to attenda for losing the Interest made. Each year the department coo-
Friday PlanningA local parents, law enforcement
other needs will be provided and three-day religious assembly\; agencies and the children them- I Bill L. Fineman pleaded not ducts a diabetic survey, caOlnf\ li I

1 representatives of the local Chambers being held at the Orlando Municipal complete faculty will reportfor celves. Didn't guilty to a charge of speeding, the all relatives of known diabetics)

of Commerce will be on hand Auditorium. This is the summer duty at Clewiston High School Gid Brown, chairman Appreciate Judge setting Flneman'i bond at (since this disease seem to run li f

to extend welcome.At assembly\; of Jehovah's Witnesses tomorrow when the preschool introduced the program speaker. Claud Gld- Police AssistanceCharles 130, his case to be heard at the families) for testing. However, tilt

Belle Glade a barbecue supper Florida Circuit No. .. planning period begins in Hendry dens presided in the absence of next term of County, Court test will be given at any clinic to

will be tree to members of the Over 1000 delegates from 17 congregations county. The list of teachers and president Gervtn Pltzen, who is Holt and Frank James, Other actions In :Monday'sZourt anyone requesting It, said Mr .

Waterway Association. The overnight are expected to attend their subjects, as furnished by on vacation. colored of Perrlne, were having session: Risher.
this is at Belle he assembly. car troubles while passing through Speeding: Carl Leonard Thompson
stop year James E. Brandon, principal, is Harry Johnson was appointed by
9 Glade. Highlights of the assembly will as. follows: dewlston Saturday evening and E. D. Locke. Ernest Edward DRIVE INCREASE
the Boys and Girls Committee to
Stuart will entertain with a dinner be the public address Sunday afternoon Suellen Alfred Elsie Aytes work out for solicited the assistance of Chief CHas, Daniel Douma Eugene A total of 2.919.437 persist h I

and dance in the evening. Escorts at 3:00: p.m. entitled ''Who English; Bob Baker, science, history "outing" for arrangements the Kiwanls Midget an Wendell Whaley and Officer S. M. frye: Charles Eugene Payne, Anthony Florida had been licensed to delve

c. will be provided for the Queen will win the struggle for worldsupremacy coach; Mrs. Margaret A. league baseball team which Price. Lano and Vernon Franklin by the close of 1962, according to
and All won While the officers and James Royal each forfeited $35 bonds; U.S. Bureau of Public Roads eitt-
her-attendants. Some .of the ? sessions are opento Bare, history arts & crafts; Mrs. the city championship) this week.
Boat-A-Caders will remain over the public and no collections will Catherine: Brown, mathematics; I brought the car around to the city Donald George Campbell 112.80 mates reported by the Peninsula

< Monday to spend Labor Day at be taken. Joe N. Bundy, physical education han Holt disappeared for a few or 10 days; Jimmy Eugene Motor dub (AAA). This compare

Jensen Beach Both Stuart and head coach; Mrs. Enid W. Crock- State Fairs Get New minutes and reappeared, an additional son, $23 or 10 days. And.r-I with 2.' 5'OS licensed driven fcr |

i'i'F Jensen Beach have celebrations ard, Latin Spanish; Mrs. Sammie distributor rotar In his No valid driver's license: the previous year
F planned for Labor Day. Vacation Time at Dunaway mathematics science; Executive Secretary hand, which would not fit their car.

I Harold G. Estep, guidance history Calvin A. Winter former dairy As the officers became Interestedin
County Sub Office ; Frank R. Gentry, business and llvetsock marketing specialistof the "goings on," the extra cap Former Moore Haven Residents

r Glades Roofing Co.AD For the remainder of August the education; Mrs. Jacquelyn Gentry the Department of Agriculture vanished. However officers found I

A ; Types ef Roof and I office of Paul Pullen, in the Hen- vocational home economics; N. I has been appointed executive secretary a hood up In Chuck Wells lot, and

Sheet Metal Werk 'dry county sub-office In Clewiston Buren Hall science coach; Ernest of the Agricultural\ and as a result of Investigation, Holt Elected to Banking OfficesA

Hew Coutraetion Jobs er will be open only from 8:30: to 10 L. Hill mathematics coach; I. Livestock Fairs Committee of the was charged with petty larceny.He .

Repair each morning, Monday through Mrs. Janice T. Hill, physical' edu- office of Doyle Conner, commissioner signed a waiver and guilty plea rather of Mr wd
unique situation Richard Brannan son
r r: of agriculture. Monday and paid a $73,00 fine.
Phone 2-7111 Friday.Mr. cation; Mrs. Sara Oliphant, biology with is present!!
I developed the election of officers Mrs. E. L. Barnnan.
Pullen will be vacation psychology Richard L. Hi succeeds W .0. Whittle, who
on ;
Exchange :
j Day er Evenings of the Installment Bankers, vice president of the Security
during this period and A. O. Ward, Pape, vocational agriculture; W. became chief of Florida State
r. O. Bex 1243 VFW News 7th District, Florida Bankers Association Bank in West Palm Bead
Farmer's Markets.
tax collector, will staff the office G. Perry, business education; Ernest
4 CLEWISTON FLA. Commander Bob Brenner and which will hold KM Installation and will be Installed vice president
at the hours mentioned. R. Radish, science, driver edu-
Youth Activities Chairman Lester on September 25 in Fort of the bankers organization.

cation; Samuel: Jack J.L.Thompson Scott, band, history music : ("Y.A;/)[{> the Peach local of Hawklns-Klrk-Cordon the 3rd District Visited Lauderdale.Three graduates of Moore Haven Margaret Kenneth Farnam Farnam, and son the of Mn We

Mid Summer Special civics geography; Kenneth; Mrs.A.Helen Walker Weetman, history, IF1i; of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post High School, who began their careers i Lloyd Farnam will be installed I

Monday night in collections with major finance I treasurer at the ceremonies. Heii f
librarian; Jack S. Willis, Mrs.
Mildred L. Yates, EnlIsh.COUNTY TMAKJNG THC OLD BUS The visiting officers presented corporations will assume positions presently assistant vice president
Let Us oo DOESN'T MEAN plans for membership and youth in the association. of the First Bank of Jupiter, wd to
MEET activities for the district and Claude Cox who Is presently charge of the installment loan sea
/ All members of the faculty of NINETYFIVESee / that the Clewiston Post had revealed vice president of the American Na- Vice.

: Air ConditionYour Clewiston High School and Clew been chosen to host the district tional Bank in Fort Lauderdale The seventh district includes

iston Elementary: School will meet meeting on October 12 and 13. will be Installed secretary of Broward, Palm Beach, Martin StLucle.

with the LaBelle Public School Tentative plans call for a association. He is the son of thel Hendry and Okeechobee j
faculty on August 22nd at LaBelle. "Cootie Scratch" and Mrs. J. B. Cox of Ortona. counties.
Car on, the Saturday
The combined faculties of these
schools will also attend the district evening followed by a dance. On

meeting of Florida Education Association Sunday the Vet will meet at the
Complete With Installation
rtlll V$274 SO at Boca Raton on Monday Elk Lodge and the Auxiliary win
meet at the Post Home. COMPLETEPRINTING-n
Easy Budget PlanBECK August 26th.
Principal Brandon stressed this Survivors are his wife, Nan; two
4 (pins tax) Complete plans win be announced
1 week that any high school students
who are new to the Clewiston later.

schools this year, and who have
MOTORS not already registered should do Challenge Course

10 immediately. The school office
Is open each 'ftek- ay. More than 1963 Ramblers Fastest Times

Phone YU 3-1301 500 pupils. are expected in the high 6 yr., Mitch Murphy and Bar SERVICT
bara Andries.
school classes tnds year.
7 yr., Malcolm Wilson\ and Ja- "Serving Hendry and Glades Counties"
n llnda Davis.
Sheriff's Office
8 yr., Mike Davis and Diane .
Monthly ReportThe Davis. PROFESSIONAL

Hendry County Sheriffs De- I 9 yr.. Kenny Cassidy and Kim

partment reports that, including Murphy. .
those cases made by the Florida 10 yr., Kenny Brannan and PRESSWORK %/
I Gretchen .
I Highway: Patrol there were 150
cases made for the month of July 11 :yr., Freddy Robertson and

I Brenda Waldroa. PRACTICAL
'I 12 JT.. Mickey Williams and
\\7 Judy Brantley.

Our Large Display 13 yr., Danny Kreidler. PRICES.
'j'7: 14 yr., Bobby Hare. 1-

15 yr., Don Yoder
J I! Of New Mobile Homes

New Apache Dealer
When you plan your vacation or any extended 43x10 2-bedroom Gregg Esser of Clewiston has No job too large or

9 j trip buy traveler's checks aa a safeguard. ten appointed dealer for Apache
i' I 55x10 2-bedroom Camping Trailers, according to small.
company president Gene Vesely of

II'I t ; You need not' burden .11'ollrselwith caring for 55x10 3-bedroom Lapere Mich. Whatever
Apache ,is the largest-selling\ your printing needs

: J I J! large sums of money. Travelers checks are easy for 60x10 3-bedroom been aluminum named camping trailer and has you'll find us ready willing'and

I product of the year, able
I ?" you to use. Low Rate Financing with G.E.C.C. and will be on .display in Clewiston to fill them r

r Saturday by Easer of Hendry Coun

; ,: One of the many: services offered in your hoOlaj' We also Carry Trailer AccessoriesYou ty Aluminum Sales. Give us a call for free estimates'

i Buy For Less Uncle Sam is not going into the

law enforcement business on Interstate The CLEWISTON NEWS

t : at highways, according to the
:'1' FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON Peninsula Motor Club (AAA). The Phone YU 3-1201 Central A*
auto group said the U.s.
Bureau of
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. Public Roads emphatically states P. 0. Box 1236 Clewiafon Fla

I I "Pioneer Bank the "No
I of Everglades" highway patrol or active enforcement PUBLISHERS
: 01-
U.S. 27 YU 2-2661 activities will be carried (
on the In Bureau.the foreseeable. future" by I SBKSSS5HWS: :

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