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 29, 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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1003 Registered Voters Eligible Sweetest"America Town"s TIle Clewiston i }News I

i Candidates Seek

I VOLUME 36 NUMBER 83 aEWISTONjFLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed, P.M. SubscrlptIos 84.00 year :

Award Sewage Plant Contract ':;

:ommission: SeatsRecord ('.,

The two persons receiving the City Offers Water

Turnout largest number of votes will be elected ,

for four year terms and the

third highest will serve a two :year
Expected; To Fill term. Holdover commissioners are

Dan McCarthy and Rick Mattson. Main
The polls at the City; Hall will 0

Three f Vacancies be open from T .m. until T p.m.

,".!sexy. September! make 3. 1.003 their vot- NO DECISION YET r .-. Pirkle Hired As

aorareek IDClel on the
Commission accordto ON REFINERY SITE
,vision information from City Hall Savannah Building: Going UpAn Inspector At Busy
for absentee ballot have
wests exceptionally high and offl- Company has made BO announcement apartment building: with seven

1 expecting a record nwm- of the location of one-bedroom apartments, and Commission MeetThe
,:j of in votes to be cit the refinery which Is plannedfor three new homes have been started

acunbents seeking reelection the 'Glades area la tho Immediate In Clewlston during August\ according City Commission hat agreedto

Fred C. Slies, who Is complet- future. Several sites to the building permits provide a -Inch water main to

: his! 1Mb year; Tom H. Jones In Headry and Palm Beachtoaatj't Issued at the City Hall. the city limits and to give an Industrial

, who has served on the corn- sugar area have hell X* S. Platt is building the apartment water rate to the Savannah

ska since 1955; and Leon Bern- considered. house on Lot 23, Block 365.! Sugar Refining Corporation In Tee-

who hai served for eight years The request of the eempaayto Trinidad Avenue adjacent to the ponae to its request for such service -

tilt commission; though not the City ol ClewUtea for a CAPTAIN JAMES B. PAYNE; eemmaadlag eS drewnlaer(1 to r) Golden C. Woody AOJS.1TJO two two-story apartment buildings tor a site under consideration
jecuttve. Also seeking eommisi oonunttment aa water line and fleer ef the slash fleet flagship tSS Little Beck, Loft A. Elated.'Captain James K. Payne he constructed earlier this yea. for a new refinery.

seats are Mrs. Sara E. Foun- water rake Is being taken le- eearrafaalates Charles W. Adams. ADB2. tee his Charles W. Mama, ADM. The apartment building will be The site Indicated fcy L. M. Cal-
ud James F. Walker, Jr., both sally as assurance that the site heroic aettea In saving' aa Italian woman from 27xM feet in size and each apartment Noun president of the Savannah
ml been unsuccessful a prey near Clewbtoa Is still aadereeaaideraUoa. I will contain a living room Refinery Company In a letter to

city election.jOOLS Boatacade Will Pass Charles Adams Cited for Heroic with compact kitchen unit; a bedroom the commission. Is two miles from
and bath. Cost indicated on the southeast edge of the city Urn

the permit II 115,250. Its Mr. Calhoun requested the city
; OPEN NEXT TUESDAYOR SaturdayWith Action Is Italian WomanAboard Kendall Construction Company for an agreement tot furnish pod
Miss Janet 'Stewed and Is building a CBS horn for Everett lay a Mach cast Iron water mainto

Mrs. Lillian (R. R.) Hooks playing Cauley on lots 1. 2. block 382 E the Southeasterly edge of the
: FULL DAY OF CLASSES important, roles,. Clewlston is SIXTH Fleet flagship The helicopter piloted by LTJO I Ahrerdei street. The house will be city: limits of Clewiston, and to
prepared to participate In the USS LITTLE'ROCK (LO-4)) at Leif A. Elated of Canton Minnesota 24x48 feet with 10'8"x20' garage state the Industrial rate per 1,000

schools throw Jbeechobee Waterway Boatacade La Soezla. Italy: was immediately dispatchedto and win cost approximately 87,500 gallons of water delivered to a
amity county ed are urged to enroll today or Charles W. Adams, ADR-3 U.S. the scene ten miles southwestof The
Labor Day weekend. Miss Siewert Kendall Company is also meter and pipe line to be providedand
i their doors next Tuesdayaing tomorrow at the school: office. !beprlnclp.la of I. A. Adams Clew .
Navy sos of where the guided missile cruiser
building a horn for Wm. H. Mesk owned '
" what Is to Is the official entry of Clewiston) In by the refining corpora.tioa
for expected wish to ,
reduce the Interviewing the Boatacade Queen Contest, Moo, crew member of the Hell was anchored. People on a cliff on lots S, 8, block 16, Avenldo de<1 at the) Interchange.The .
i record enrollment Following of new pupla on openIng Detachment of the harbor
copter the SIXTh overlooking assisted
Rio. The CBS home
and be
Mrs. Hooks
will crown the 41x29 commission discussed the
Labor Day Holiday, the school day as much as possible, since Fleet flagship USS LITTLE ROCK the helicopter: In locating: the capsized 'x8"x21 with 16"8'x2T
s win ring for classes at 8.1 that day will be a full day and all Queen at the Kickoff Dinner lit received congratulations from the boat by waving towards it and a garage. proposal and adopted resolutions
, and a full] day's schedule will pulpls should be in classes throughout Fort Myers on Friday evening ship's Commanding Officer Captain Spotting a woman in the water O.will H. cost an estimated 810,700. agreeing to furnish and lay the
olloved. the day.City Mrs. Hooks war LaBeUe's Queenon is constructing anew water main and setting a rate of
1 J. R. Payne and admiration near the capsized boat, the LITTLE
the tint Boatacade of the Okeehobee CBS home on lot 2 block 173. three cents per thousand gallon
1 school buses in the county from the ship's 1,200 man crew ROCK helicopter crew began
make !their regular runs on thee Waterway. She will also accompany today for his part In the rescue normal rescue procedures by lowering Osceola Avenue adjoining above the charge of U. S. Sugar
the Queen and her attendants his present home The building will Corporation to the city. (The city 4
schedule u last All last of
year night a drowning woman in a rescue seat to the woman .
Garbage on the luxury yacht "Tro- be 26'x60' and will cost an ..u.. purchases all city water from U.S. .
>ml lunchrooms will be la op- the harbor of La Spezla Italy feebly struggling in the water,
$10.000.Permits .
ion on the first day of school pic Isles" for the two-day trip. Italian authorities report that Since the woman was too exhausted advised)
asset will convene; books will The Chamber of Commerce is the woman who It now in satisfactory and weak to grab the hoist, for additions and remodeling
Schedule sponsoring local participation Inthe add $3,900 to the their action: and mailed him
listnbuted! ; workbooks and oth- condition In a La Spesla crewman Adams Jumped into the.nil'J' per.colts copiesof !
apples will be on hand and 1 1ipected It Mon. &: Thun.-North of High Boatacade. hospital had been boating with a waters to assist her LTJG Issued since August\ 1. the revolution adopted unanU

that all schools wlll] way. The Boatacade wil start in male companion when 10 to 12 foot Elstad then attempted to fly; the mously at Monday night's meet I

'trough their regular schedule Tues. &: FrL Sagamore and Fort My rs Yacht Basin ..teiht waves caused the boat ,to capsize. helicopter and simultaneously operate tn,.

,it year the Ctewislia! 'Elemen- Wed. &: Sat. Ventura South and will be'greeted! La&eQe,....henthe of the boating accident by a mOotorlat wai Mo* great :and 'EQtad was la othe'f. bnstoess the commission V .'. ,I S

school had an opening en Central East and Sugarland Park. young women of the town will who happened to be passing forced to return to the LI'ITLEROCK awarded Roemer ConstructionCompany V I
lent of 553 (compared with 471 serve refreshments) at a booth onthe by at the time of the incident leaving Adams behind to assist Annual MeetSeptember of Belle Glide the contract

961)), Clewlston High School CITY DASH PICKUPS river banks At Moore Haven Being too far from the scene of the the woman. for construction of the sewage -
MO on opening day (compared Thurs. Area between Del the group will find box lunches accident to bring quick assistance, Crewman Adams remained in disposal plant on a low bid of
C4I in 1961> and Harlem Monte and Osceola. available for those who wish to the authorities appealed to Vice the water with the woman for. 24 $98,900 subject to approval of the
ferny had 463 (compared with Friday. Area between Osceola purchase them. Free cake and rereshments Admiral William E. Gentner Jr., total of 50 minutes while the helicopter U. S. Public Health Service The
a 1961)). and Ventura. will be served herb Commander SIXTH Fleet for use refueled and picked up another 10 bids received on this project

Clewlston Principal J .E. Sat. Area between Ventura Iso. of the LITTLE BOCK helicopter crewmember G. C. Woody, Tentative plans are progressing varied widely amounts and Roe-
dllll said the high school: classy and Sonora. (Continued on Pare 8)) In rescue operations AOJ2, of Dahlonega, Ga. for a September 24 annual dinner mer's bid. the lowest was below
reach 500 above Upon returning to the scene, the meeting Of the dewitson Chamber the engineer's estimate of $118,800.
or in
eenL -
Based I helicopter with the assistance of of Commerce to be held at the W. B. Sydow of the firm of Gee
on last
: and with new admix Jack Spratt Tells of Russian Tour Adams in the water was able to Stela Clewiston Pirkle Inn according: to Mrs. and Jenson consulting engineers, I V

Included, there will be ap"wtely pluck the woman from the water Frank secretary was present at the meeting Mon i I
280 in Junior and She was given artificial resuscitation Schaub, assistant state' day night, and discussed the bids I
in the helicopter: while being attorney for the 12th Judicial I
circuit and

i Senior Blgb.a submitting his :Arm's recommendation ,
I With Fla. Agricultural Representatives rushed to the Italian hospital of Brandenton will be peat that the Roemer bid be
' prospective pupils who are at La Spezla where she is now speaker accepted.Mr. .
0 the local school system this recovering nicely. Forty-cine
: ballots
... of the 107vnamoer Sydow also gave detailed
_and are not already enroll-I The Russian people appear to be i on the tour paid his own way. The ,World's Fair, in which the Rus The male companion was not members voted in the suggestions and advice on hand

against war of any kind,-against: state department and Conner's office sian's display a vast variety of agricultural found by the LITTLE ROCK and' mail nomination last week. The' ling the necessary paper work Involved -
the United States or any other nation did the planning and assistedIn machinery: 'rfSome of he Is still reported missing. twelve nominees selected are Leon in the city's application for

uerto Rico Firm I ; they are a dedicated people, making arrangements for the these machines were so large they Adam is expected borne on Bembry, C. L. Benson. G. R. Bern- federal assistance: under the water

however who will endure any hard tour, but there their responsibility appeared to have been built for leave in November. er, Moye Bishop LeRoy Hare. pollution division of the public

ship to serve their government.The ended. display purposes only as the farmers Robert Kelly: Ross LaByer, W, H. health service He also suggested
eying/ Okeelanta Soviet Union is a nation on the The tour was one of many so in the party said they would Larder W A, Norman, Gary Scott, the filing of formal protest of the

march and I feel there is great organized In the United States. Teachers find them very impractical to operate. WEATHErT "Chuck" Wells and Abner Vann wag determination as included

slants. Sugar Refining Corp., danger we may underestimate its have made tours which concentrated .) [ From this group members at the by the Public Health Service In the
a being sold to South Puerto strength. on institutions of learor "The Russians have some of annual dinner will elect six for contract documents on the construction -

>uar Co., foe $11,5 million leand These are conclusions drawn by log; industrialists have gone into nearly everything we have: ," said Date Max lWIa.. two year terms and one for a one : and filing a request for
223,0000 shares the l Industrial areas each Spratt, but they do not have muchof :year period use of rates
of com- J. R. Spratt chairman of the Hen- ;- group completing the unex- approved by the Flor .
Aug. 22 __ 91 69 104
!"Oct in the Peurto Rico Sugar dry County School Board and president from this country visiting and It. On the farmt we saw water pired term of Loyd Kelly. Retiring ida Industrial Commission which I 1 I
Au,. 23 __ 89 69 0.10
according to announcement of Allen Land Development studying a comparable: segment of buffalo and oxen plowing) the fields directors are Richard F. Baker are currently used by Industrial
24 90 72 I
Aug. '.02
'r A. Salic/, attorney for Company from a "People to Russian life. and pulling carts but we also saw 25 91 73 V. R. Beardsley, S. C. Fry, Dan contractors in the area.
k t\ farm
. hss been approved York July 25th and acted him I greeted! by (and turned; machinery Aug. 27 91 74 Ken Swayne. Dan McCarthy: the city employed -

C directors Sugar of the South Puer- behind the Iron Curtain. over to) Intourlst a government Everything owned by the state, Au,. 28 91 74, Holdover directors who have one C. It{ Pinkie as building I I I

,1 TO Co., andwUlbepre- Spratt found the Russians very agency, which provides employeeswho (Continued on Page Eight Courtesy. U. S. Corps of Engineers :year remaining of their terms are plumbing and electrical: inspector, I '
the stockholder at a but not overly friendly; serve as guides and directsthe Mrs. Beryl Bowden. John Corbln. placing him in charge of issuing
l' to b courteous '
! held in New York in fact they seemed somewhat tour. "We realized said Frank Polhfll Wm. T. Stitt and (Continued on Fag Eight) I j.

*October.H The thearOkeelanta suspicious of us. They wore clean Spratt "that we were shown the H. T. Vaughn. Jr. -- j.I
t' I
poor-fitting best of everything. But we do the '
cheap 3Y Ip {
but very t i
visit the same to visitors in our country" Notice of
did not SchoolRegistration
South- Puerto clothes; the men
1 main Rico Sugar Co. barber shops very often and lipstick However they: were not takeneverywhere Clewiston Rainfall
, Mllngs l In Puerto commonty. they asked to go but
lid arts the Dominican Republic. seemed an unknown only to selected places buildingsor 1 tM "i mV Is Lowest Reported

OWns about 70.000 acres' farms; to requests, for other '
111I 5,500 acres: about So dedicated are the Russians the would, "thatis Clewlston's
,f ; 33.000 stops guide say weather may be setting
Its holdings are planted in I to their own mode of governmentoaf not open today" or some such. some sort of record for dry. AU papal who win enter the
The waste
am owns and operates' would etto to me a explanation. ness. The total rainfall to date for Oewtatoo Elementary School

iJJa and a refinery with a to convert them Moscow is the' Show Case of 1963, aa reported by the Statistical for the first time this year, who ,
'1ec1 capeclty: of 50.000 tons from Communism to a capltal'tregime Communism. Here almost aU"of Reporting Service of the USDA. have not prerbtuaJy ndatetied

I Sugar and 20,000 tons of said Spratt who feels we the buildings! are relatively new; II 2009 the lowest of any, point should do so lisle week at II

"sugar annually may as wen forget about changing the streets are my wide:; and the In the state Included in the report I the school: office, requests Mrs. I!
much Interest locally th* Russian mind and concentrate city clean and neat; there are very By contrast. Moore Haven had Mabel Mailfl. principal. t
SlIe 01' the the Latin American 27.88 Inches Belle I
guiding Glade
Okeelanta on 20.23 Inches
and '
few alum the city has
nail Communism.The Pupils who attended
) of the respauible: countries away from Fort Myers. 29.58 Inches during I
III the operation po- Communists are in the procell all the attributes of a modern the same period. year, or wh* have) registered

'011 residents.r are held ty of InfflJrating and taking over city. The buildings are rather plainIn Greatest rainfall to date on the since, ire already enrolled, bat I

- the underdeveloped countries design but appear sturdily bunt Aug. 23 report was recorded ateFunlak percale .f aU children stow. InClewlston

of the world and in this lies our The apartment houses are five to > Springs which has had who are not enrolled I .i

Directors greatest Our less fortunateneighbors nine stories high and, there are. lit 55.78 inches this :year. Glen St and expect to attend:* school, <<
Ingthis ,ralb.nda of them. Hotels !
maybe should enroll them .
hemisphere Mary reported 4992 Tallahassee week.
'II' .
Meet talk of the were plain with few luxuries! -tha
Tuesday to the sales 43.28.
< receptive elevators ,when they.existed, held The school erfto (ta the redbrick I .
chamber Spratt.PSIVATELY Pushing Clewlston for ,
said honors
of Commerce dl'mSL Soviets lor. that building) to ..... each .
i> hold FINANCEDThe 'only persons so FOOTBALL CANDIDATES have bees working at a two-a-day schedule was West Palm Beach where
'' their regular tour of 49 leading Florida) most people found climbing stairs for almost two weeks new and are bcgaalng' to "...,*..P'", according 20.70 inches bad been recorded. weekday from 8 till lltSt ....
''JJ the Old South Septem- griculturists was organized VT I quicker. to Coach Joe .....,. Bandy Is shown hero calling algaab for eft. (Note: Not an points In Florida aDd freaa 1 .. 3 p.a.Parent I
BarfWJ at In Moscow: is a permanent Agri--,alvo ttnemea towork 'their r
members of the Cham- Doyle Conner, commissioner oa blocking .sal aae.ta. Aa mter-eqaad were included In the report, which of first graders I ,
1IoeIcorne .t any directors' agriculture, through the U. S. De- cutural and Economic Achievement game la betas plaaaod fr Friday Sept 13 at Can Field. The first was issued by Florida Weather and ahooU trug birth ..rUle.. or 1
; Exhibit: a sort of small of tile ooaaoa la September I 1
game M
pertinent of State but each person ta rahokee<- rArr PHOTO. Crop News). ether proof of ag.. I i I

Sure To Cast Your Ballot In ,The City Election, Tuesday, September 3I .

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I I In
resentative cl t t'3: \:r': :':J tr P- ''ustment and
it I Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Fla. third section of a color film describing mission tor permission to discontinue the Nine Farmers Get of agriculture in the county. ance, conservation aarp
I ( US 27 in Florida. This passenger service on elected will Dickson
!I II Thursday, August 29, 1963 Lakeland to Clewlston run. The committeemen urged ,U farmers
film Included the area from Lake and will
-- take office October 1, serve ranchers in the exert
Qrp.In to
Ground Observer NominationsThe
Wales south to Miami. Clewiston for a one-year; period ending their privilege of
were presented to 19 persons by electing m4
was given very prominent coverage I Lt. Melvin C. Sgolander. and M/Sgt slate of nominees for this September 30 1964. They will be who win represent them the
The Clewiston News"Devoted
and the film would bj ideal on t
the administrationof ASC *
I responsible for county
election was J5
Paul Sleek at the Legion Hall. I* year's ASC committee committee for the .
for local showing.The M. the various Federal farm programs ( log year
V. Bybee, supervisor and Mrs. By- announced today by Julian Complete details
new 'up-sldsdown maps" :bee chief observer, headed the list Dlckson. chairman of the Agricultural dealing with farm commodity election procedures can b be> 01111II
to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston have been received by the US of recipients Stabilization and Conservation I price support, production ad. I ed at the ASCs county offfratr oMty. ,

and Ilendry County." 27 promoters and are quite unique.I County Committee. Nine local
suggest your stopping by thj I Eddie Jones, Clewlston Inn farmers and ranchers have been
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston, to manager, who recently learned to11y will
Chamber and picking up one nominated and their names
Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. friends.It's left for a two weeks vacation
of state all
send out mailed to eligible
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post ;your in his own plane to visit his family appear on ballots
Office in Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, in Gainesville and other points ) farmers and ranchers In the
18711.i back to school time and drivers in Florida. county. ASC voters will have until o w '1c
ahould be aware of childrenat August 30 to return their marked

IATIONAL EDITORIAL ORIDq Intersections on foot and on Coach Carl IVrrara predictedsome ballots to the ASCS county office.
A S bikes. The police will be watching, announced today
I 6T'o 4 flashy foothill after a few The noimlnees
: : but the
rl not for ;you to protect Tiger workout at which Richard are:
i AC1iVfI ;youngsters Bethea, J. V. II
Tanner, John Perry, KIrby Thompson, Roy Dana,
: i re BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher NOS C 01 Speaking of police the Highway Warren Morgan, Luther Davis John W. Ash, Clyde C. Helms La-
i S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor Patrol is planning an all out Harold White and others showed Belle, and H. Gatchley, Felda;

Subscription Rates .".".".", 1400 per year c'4TiOttReturn effort for this Labor Day weekend. \excellent form. Drayton R. KIlpatrick, Richard
( Postage Guaranteed) Be safe and law abiding and ;you Pape, Julian M. Dickson and J. C.
will have lace eye strain from look.
Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon a1201I log out the rear view window; ,-the PIZZASugarland Drake, Clewiston. ;
lA Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves radar box beside the highway and In making the announcement Mr. !
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! Dickson stressed that every effort'
; that "state trooper" marked car
TOTS NEWS auumn no rorpooelbliltp! for tho return .( tmiollolt4 PharmacyYU has been made to include currently I
tnanuocrlpti, or ptiotosrtphi lurking in unexpected places .
3 THE NEWS a.aum.* no financial roiponilblllty for trporraphloalorroro not to mention the extra $35 they active farmers and ranchers who
I II\: I or ommlulona In advortlnmont but If aotlflod/ of ouch orrora bo 2 311 best. qualified for ASC county
f for the n..t luuo of the paper will roprlnt oorrooUr that part of the will take If you are caught FHP are APT.
advortloonont In 1 which the orror OCCl ur,.4. In the event a tlmo olomont officers in Ft Myers have alerted committee work and who are repOfL MOTELIN
would render the corrootlon valtiolou, tho Nwa will reduce the price .
of the tdvortUomont by an amount equal. to the poroontaco of the, total I the local FHPA unit and men are THE PAlM BEACHES
apace .. the_erroneous or.emitted. _copy.roproxntod.I being scheduled for extra duty IRI" 0 w.. ...4 It week ..t lovely' SIR," .hl'.d, M Himatt ...
: 844-1355 .( IS* Pals. leeches" ..!.. In rti. contort( .| ,
from Friday night until ,Monday yur awe
''958 and ask tot :Mrs. Kelly wha not II) m tHidmcy It 1.J .bdr*... pwtinmt with eeetie" ,
lives with him after 7pm. nights I sea VI 8-2602. '! focilltlw.! ..ir Cendhemd with! wlnmlug peel .<\4koch. Nw" ,q
: o Nearby lolling, golfing/ .*4 booting.

11&1 Sonny ,Sez informed"Wednesday us that R.he D.has Smith:received: .. .. SEND FOR FREE BROCHURE AND RATES .ug

several annoying; telephone calls iTs Now Coorgo Apt Molol.
History WwwAwoCostJOJ.Mm .
Thurmond W. Knight I 111 Iflltf' Way
j I because of an error we made' in Smell, Shores. "or..... 1412331NAMt.
; Whenever mistakes made,
are his classified ad yesterday.: His
much more comment .It received ad stands corrected: THIRTY TEAKS AGO "Accredited Farm & Land Broker" .... lie .
: r.; than whenever: things runs smooth. (From Clewlston News '
I ;jr.1 Tony Toulis' Glades Restaurant "FOR SALE: R. D. Smith has Annul 29. 1IJ3)) rhurmond Knight Realty. Inc. OFFICE. z11.. ADD IUS

ad,has been running oalde-down one sewing machine for sale cheap A truckload of honey, en route ... .*... JU..'... 8.... 2010 Avenue E I Chil".R_ CITY
i' for a couple of weeks 'tosttraet Phone 958 after 7 p.m. and ask from LaBelle to West Palm Beach ...t Fair B...... Fi.riio RMwa Beach i I .STAN.
: attention .' .. and that it is doIng Mrs Kelley who loves with him.Thursday was dumped into the canal when
"' : NOTICE: I, R. D ... .. .
r; which brings 'b mind this the truck was edged off the side -- -- -- -
10, foolishness. The'following,..report Smith, have no sewing; machine of a wooden bridge by an ap- -
edly happened,a North Carolina for sale. I smashed it Don't call preaching car. The honey was tobe
i'i''I newspaper: 958 the phone has been taken outI shipped by: boat to New York.
i ;.. have not been carrying! : on with The county commission adopteda GO safer, GO surer, GO farther with these special
"Monday; FOR -SALE: R. D. Mrs. Kelly Until yesterday, she budget, and placed $5 a month
Smith has one sewing machine for was my housekeeper." salary for the Juvenile Judge I
I ,r: ale Phone 958 Call after 7 p.m. An of which reminds us of another result of a mandamus suit by I \

and ask for Mrs. Kelly who lives ad in another newspaper, that County Judge H. A. Rider that he
with him cheap. went something like: FOR SALE: be paid a Juvenile Judge salary r,
r The ladles of the First-.Church Mr. and :Mrs G. H. Small, Clara '
"Tuesday: We regret having have discarded clothing of all kinds Schiller and Mary Kline entertained 0011DMDEALS'
d erred in
R. D.
Smith's ad
yester They may be seen in the church honoring :Mrs George Yon,
day. It should have read: FOR basement any day after six o'clock the former Bea KettL
SALE: R. D. Smith has one sewing -. Mr. R. W Kammerer of
; machine for sale Cheap. Pbon Richard Cochrane, manager of Brunswick Ga. visited the I. M.

the Citrus Tower at Clermont and Paffords.
chief ram-rod of the U. S. 27 organization GOODVYEAR
in Florida accused the TWENTY TEARS AGO
State Road Department of "dirt (From Clewlston News

pool" In a talk at the annual meeting August S7, 1943))
'i UIIborne of the Glades County Chamberof Principal M. T., Stroud arrivedIn
Commerce Monday night. Clewlston to prepare for the
opening of school on September 13.
The speaker and others have <*
Jimmy Paul'and Billy Perry
been unsuccessful in getting legislation cx
were home after summer schoolat
which would allow for advertisement
l protection at Georgia Military College in Mil-
'j less cost with a the of the "free" highwayson ledgevllle, Ga., for a short visit before rP DEAL 0.1 DEAL NO. 2SET
present turnpikes, while
the fall session.
NomeownersPolicy, numerous signs along Florida highways : Mrs. H. S. Cove, Jr. and daughter P FULL SET FULL

; t Contact me today 1 lure tourists to the turnpikesat Sandra, of Eustls, visited Mrs.
frequent intervals. The "quick G. H. Brown and :Mr. B. T. Vor-
{ ... claim deeds" have a clause whereby hess.
I signs cannot be erected on property Miss Julia Dyes spent the week $3848 $4950 ,
(., Vann adjoining the right of way, visiting her parents :Mr. and :Mrs, '
Ph. that can be seen from the turn. B. C. Dyes. in Lakeport. tt" ;
pike. In cases where the clause

,).. \'U 2-5971 has been eliminated, the SRD TEN YEARS AGO 5 2 FOR $1948 ; k 2 FOR $2500
I plants pine trees in front of the (From ClewUton News,
8TATBflriti PARM signs (on tho fight-of- way August 27, 1953)) 6,70x15, tube type 6.70x15, tube-type
I y 4 *Cmally eo.,.., (i) of course). The ACL applied to the Florida Nylon All-Weather- "42"
I j _DOM omcti.'-....Illholt.. The speaker also presented the Railroad and Public Utilities Com- Nylon All-Weather 42"Blackwalls .
1 a Whitewalls
,.. IS month Road Hazard Guarantee IS-month Road Hazard Guarantee

1 Prices plus tax and trade-In tires Prices plus tax and trade-in tires

Sunday Feature rr'

Super Mileage :n.

For the Beefeater .e..M.-. TDFSVN, :FREE; l1It JUI TING !

'CL Toughest by test of any rubber '
ROAST PRIME RIBS of BEEF au JUS ; ever used In Goodysar auto Urea 1'lirrc

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Baked Idaho Potatowith P
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j Tossed Green Salad

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\ x Nylon All-Weather :
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13-month Road Hazard Guarantee
; : Prices' plus tax and x 18-month Road Hazard Guarantee !
-rJi: trade-In tires rw',< <1 Prices
plus tax and trade-in tires, feJNot

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G 1: 'J Other excellent, table. d'hote or a l la carte items" ..I

H Serving 12:00. 2:30 and 6:00 .30':" *' Retreads" Not Seconds, Not Closeouts Ante IlATlOnlDE sane -.ntttd lOAD IWID.tJCJft.Wldta AND IUwn, LAplnst IUAlllTEE-Allnnr nonIItIlOId IoodraI:Wlds

L ., ,1 : to ,9. .,e '" _United.... blowouts to bbrlo .....u" cutt-alept: ropairs lI D\I CIInI. ,
THESE TIRES ARE GUARANTEED lfillllllowner for IIUtnbtr If
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Clewlston, Fla. THE tLEWISTON: NEWS Page 'l'hfH
LET'S GO BOWLING. I Thursday August 29. 1963

I/ ; I TO JOIN BOATACADEEddie to each of my many friends who
Sun n'r< 1:'agues are now over and lanes II remembered me with cards, and
for open bowling at all times. .x Crosby is planning to Join other kindnesses during my illness I
I ktl" I'
the Okeechobee Waterway Bofcta-
>nl I and stay in the Lakeland hospital
Fall Leagues and pr ,-: cade In Clewiston Saturday morning MRS CLARA BROADR1CK
Forming. Glad s'' and continue to Stuart with the .
', group, returning Sunday night
reservation first
Make your at once. 25' Crosby and his band will provide ,I
,GLADES BOWLING was music for the festivities In Dell: Special Offer
I Glad: Saturday evening.
\VY (C-3275; to' ..
Fran 4-piece
j jIl :' Third BOWLERS TO MEET
l La his, M:moers of the Ladles of !.'\k e Ratan SectionalGold
aif $ B-wIing League will hold a meet-
Ing at 7::30 p.m. Thursday, August Fabric
Francis! ':9. at the VFW Home. Al.: membersare Zipper covers
ffoldJta i J ? urged to attend. Previously adv. U 9.60
suc- //.1! !
lo t CARD OF THANKS This week only
BEFORE from /' We are deeply appreciative of
you A sur. JJ the many kindnesses and expread :-' $149.50 1
one of sympathy extended in the
write for' free RIGHT THIS WAY FOLKS wit a familiar chant at the Summer I
yew n as lOll of our father The cards, floral Will be reduced $1000
Carnival held In the Youth Center last Thursday, Th. Carnbral was offerings and many other acts
sponsored by the Youth Board to raise fund for the Summer Dance., weekly until sold
sla of friendship will always be cherished -
TRAVEL Misses Judy Vaon aDd Sally Ollphant are shown at the "rlnc to.." eon-
tests cession used, aa Mn. Ben Sanford doles out tickets to her daathter.The by us.MRS.. Cothern'sCustom
GUIDE croup netted 35.00 from the Mentors entertainment.
their Upholstery
Travel the ..... assist CARD OF THANKS
; woy recognized by the the! of clowns], Phone YU 2-583X
with this : making who were mayor group perforated; I wish to take this means of expressing
Travel{ Guide.Jut and seated high above the crowd to their antics continuously, appreciation
the six* to carry 'Inyour I reign over the events of the eve- Clowns were Ken=y and Steve my
pock.t or the glove Brannan Mark Clark Timmy
comportment of your car. ning.From the opening baUct by Judy Hough JImMy McCarthy, Jimmy PICNIC
Civet rats, locatIon., Brantley, Joy Crawford, Faye Radish, Greg Hlcketson,Steve Sex- THE
facilities of better claw motor hotels coast to Guthrie, Terry Moore, Donna Mor-I ton and Bruca Waldron. The offers us on opportunity
lnsp.ctedondopprov.dby Congress. Motor ? 1 rison and Bobble Waters, to the Splashettes presented a Hula number b F to eat In Cod's great .
Members of Congress. Motor Hotels! offer free closing final the numbers moved a Cowgirls number and a final out-of-doori. Getting ,
rtwrvafton service. W. and humorously at I C2: > titled "Temptation". '
honor Credit Cod.. Board swiftly often A precision drill team was com next to nature we can
waneCONGRESS,. Sat- posed of Judy Hough, LeFoye begin to appreciate the
at Lang, Marie McCarthy, Monica miracle of creation. '
MOTOR HOTELS : to pay Did You Know? McCarthy, Shirley McConville, Libby Even better than appreciating -
1674 ,Meridian Avenue Dance., Polhlll and Sherry Thomas, and Is "knowing" I
re a group presenting a Highlanders
Miami Beach 39,. Florida : at- You can get (Dance was composed of Marcelyn I acceptn
was Fletcher Frances Groves, Claire I
l and Bar-B-Q to GO! McCarthy and Carlette Thomas. I life. ". Inere fs'none other name wider heaven given
to Qulta Mazzlna responded to whereby we mutt be save' Acts 4il2
n a min
lewiston'P" Old South Offers among
challenge from a clown and gave
/ bring I the audience a glimpse of the style Community Presbyterian1' Church I,
up Chicken Catfish with which ahe has won dozens of 407 Royal Palm Avenue
| It has trophies In the past two years. ;
are HENRY HORRELL FORD. Minister 1
8:45: A.M. Bible School Ili II
; for out- Rib Dinners 11:00: AM. Worship ., i. ,, II
.. Paving CompletedPaving t i :/ I"
Mr. Earl Kelz "i '
Packaged to go I of the used car lot of : : >.
Hendry County Motors has been Guest PreacherNOTICE ;
Seconds if you ask. completed. The lot, across the
with highway from the Ford Agencywas !
Come in and place>
your filled and the front 50 feet was
order or paved with ashphalt, which make :
was customer access much more convenient ,, .it
Swim- and Improved the "
Phone YU 2.9322 appearance
Splash- of the highway frontago. You cigarette smoking, snuff dipping, liquor
and your order will be drinking card playing story telling, sin loving
with De ready when you arrive.A II Bob Waldron Elected Commodore preachers and deacons that has helped to get this "'
: .1 Clewhton Boat Club country in the shape it is in. I
SHOES FulU At the annual Boat Club picnic
... I'Boat held Sunday, August"' 25th, at the If you will {listen to than.20th qpl.RlJL.1W.i I I II
: in Club'Slt., Bob Waldron was became"
'" Leon I elected the commodore of the club FORMATION HOUR. you may a* better I r

FOR DRESS ,& ., I for the coming year. Eddie Cros American. if you never become 'a Christian:
E. B. was elected vice-commodore .,. 1,
e were !land I Harry Johnson the secretary Listen Monday thru Friday :
CASUAL WEAR! treasure
About 43 members\ and their Belle Glade Radio at 10:30: a.m.
families enjoyed barbecued ribs ', I
with all the trimmings. The weather Phillip Davis Clewiston,;Fla.FRANK'SZZ. i 1:0 ,
Discontinued Styles cooperated very nicely to make
this a most enjoyable occasion. I

Broken Sizes Prices! !

Ladies and Girls Flats
to Clewiston '?,
$1.00 Pair l

... $1,200 Discount HOME OWNED ,AND, OPERATED .
Ladies Medium and High
Wagon Ph. YU 3-1401 WE DELIVER Ph. YU 31401iiKERIIE '
Up to $8.99 Value

Only $2.99Parkinson's HOOKS

MOTORS 3-Lb. Can 59t .i..I

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Sugarland ..,Clewiston..' BRAVO LACROND 'j .I'' I
Hwy. Corned Beef and Luncheon Meati3 cans $ f;

-- rhAR KIST, !iBBYS .

;hT na Fish ___ _____ 2 for 49 I Pink Salmon __________ 59 '

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CONCRETE JOBS, OUR RADIO ,DOLES Pineapple Grapefruit 4&-oL Can No. 2K CAN I I

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Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla.GILLIAM Miss Elder Tells

.. II i Thursday, August 29, 1963 ) Wedding Plans

,ii. if I Women j nWJ Miss Patricia Elder of New Orleans Only AvailableCorner

( daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs
I f GILLIAM & WILTSHIRE Joe Elder of Clewiston, has completed Apartment Site
plans for her marriage to
Certified Public Accountants Max W. Summers.The North of Highway
wedding will take place OD

j Take Pleasure In Announcing The Removal r r o'clock Sunday,in September the afternoon first at the at First four 1 100 ft. x 1 100 ft.

1 Baptist Church In Clewiston.No .
Of Their Accounting Office To Their New Location
local Invitations are with both streets paved.
1F Issued, and all friends are cordially ;I
Invited to attend the weddingand
I t49 McGREGOR BOULEVARDFORT the reception immediately $2,500 cashExclusive
MYERS, FLORIDA following In the Fellowship Hall of
-,1 the church.
Telephone Number Remains ED 5-1118 ? 1 1a
Post Office Box Remains 1471 Chapman-Fortner

August 19, 1963 Mr and :Mrs. Lloyd Fortner 428
1'L L :' E. Sagamore, have announced the J. E. BEARDSLEY
marriage of their daughter Carole,
to Curtis E. Chapman, son of Mrs. EEGISTEKED SEAL ESTATE BKOKEK
Mary L. Cortex and the late Ed- Clewiston Phone YU 2-7501
ward Chapman.The .
couple was married on August -
? 14th in Kingsland. Ga., and -
DRAPESCustom spent a three day honeymoon touring
North Florida.
The bride attended Kathleen Senior Lady Van Heusen
I MR. AND MRS. ALEX FDLFOBD High School Lakeland, and
Clewiston High School. The bridegroom -
t built to your specifications in attended Avon Park High ?
Alec Fulford Weds WilliamsIn BEA&TIFlLThe
Mary School and received his diploma
r our slip cover drapery department.A from the United States Armed Forces
Institute. He Is employed by:
multitude of fabrics to choose from Okeechobee Methodist ChurchMiss Potashnlck Construction: Company.The btffuJJPArs
r couple is residing in Clewiston.
hundreds of colors and I Miss Mary Helen Williams, der skirt of taffeta. :' .
,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Z. K.I The reception was held Immediately ,
:Williams became the bride of AlecC. following the ceremony' Ultimate in' Ladies Blouses"
: We can now offer immediate service. Fulford son of Mr. and Mrs. at the home of the bride on Eagle Rainbows Honor
Randall Fulford of Okeechobee, Bay Drive. Grand Master
:.:' Our decorator will call at your home formerly of Clewiiton, In a ceremony The bride is a graduate of Okee
Saturday, August 17. The chobee Ugh school where she wasa Members of the Clewiston Assembly
\ with samples and free decorating ad. ceremony was performed In the member of the band, a majorette Rainbow for Girls, honored
: First Methodist Church of Okee-
and the Homecoming Queen. Judge John T. Rose, Grand Marter
1'1 vice. hobee. with Rev. V. J. Ragsdale, After graduation she attended of Masons in Florida, with a
pastor, officiating.Soft Woody's Hair Styling School in Or. courtesy in Punta Gorda recently.
candlelight and a setting of lando, which she recently com "The girls presented a skit "Sob
We also cover lamp shades make bedspreads palms fern and basket of flow- pleted. Sob" and sang Rainbow in Harmony
k en, enhanced by setting of glad- The groom graduated from for the distinguished Mason.
oil, mums, and finger chrysanthemums -
Okeechobee high school, where he
Participating in the skit were
table cloths and throw
pillows. set Into large baskets of
was captain of the football team, Sally Ollphant Judy Vann, Jan
white wrought iron set the wedding \
and president of the Senior Class.He
Wilson Mary; Beth Fry Jan Brantley .
Bank financing available call 2-5831 cene. is presently attending junior Marcia Futch, Sheila and Linda f
The bride was given in marriage college in Ft.: Pierce, where the
Carlton, Diane Rackstraw and
by her father, and chose a long couple will make their home following
gown of Chantilly lace featuring a the East Joy Crawford.
a trip on
VAN COTHERN'S CUSTOM chapel train. The bodice was accented coast The girls were accompanied an:
by a square scalloped neckline the trip by Mr. and :Mrs Carlos
r embossed with seed pearls and Mr. and Mrs::'W. W. Sage spent Dickey, :Mr. and Mrs Abner Vann
: FURNITURE & UPHOLSTERY and :Mrs. Leslie Carlton.
and V-cut sleeves. Attached
sequins long the weekend in Eustls with their kA21
to the bodice was a panelof daughter and family Mr. and Mrs.I
Next door to the Tropical lace which fell softly 1
Nick Roth, Jr., Jan and Jullt. Grand Cross
down the front of the dress and Mrs. H. D. Strickler accompanied:
\ : 514 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston was adorned at the hemline with them and spent the weekend at her Presented at Meet 1
I matching sequins. Attached to the home in Euitls,
I panel and surrounding the skirt Grand Cross of Color pins were
!were wldi rufflet of scalloped lace presented to Judy Vana Arts Lawrence
which gracefully entered into the ,'Chris Giddene and Mr.Gay- & 't-.. '
GRANULATED'r a long train. A shoulder length veil nam Rackstraw at the regular
FINE-far of illusion was attached to her Rainbow for Girls meeting: last rC
pearl and lace tiara Monday night The pins are awarded -
II.aM The brlde'i large white bouquet nDLliiiiiiI for outstanding contributions:
was set with orchids and centeredby to the Order.
a large white orchid and accented Others who have previously received
with stephanotis, lace and Fri. Sat. Aug. 30 31 the pins are Mrs. L. E. Lee, r
matching ribbon. Double FeatureFri. :Mrs. Mary Coleman :Mrs. Abner
The bride chose as her maid of Vann, Lee,
7:SO P.M. Only Larry Art Lawrence, Checks Floral Prints Solids
11Ht honor, her sister, Miss Betty Lou Abner Vann and H. N. Godbey.
Williams, who wore a flamingo "Bowery Boys Meet Nita Harlon, Grand Service, was
pink 1enlth.I dress. of silk organza of street Monster"With a visitor at the observed meetingBirthdays during. July $3.98 to $7.98Parkinson's

I Bridesmaids were Miss Wanda BOWERY BOYS included
Mary Beth Fry, and JudyVann
Sue Williams sister of the bride,
who were presented with
Miss Linda Brette and Miss Johnny Fri. 0;00) P.M.: Only gifts. DEPTe
Ruth Brette, who wore matching -
,; dresses to the maid of honor InBalenclaga "Beach Party"
f green. FRANKIE AVALON STORESugarland
The flower girl was Miss Con ANNEttE' FUNCICELLOA
; j nie Williams. bearer John Meets TuesdayThe
Ring was lively] > lilting frolic with on
DISSOLVING Bryan Watford. romancing that will be fun lor Hwy. Clewiiton
The groom had as his best man, entire family Ladies Auxiliary' of theHawkbnKirk.Gordon
'' Timer Powers of Indiantown. Ushers Post 4183 will
; Sun. Mon. Tues. hold their regular meeting at
were Larry; Fulford, :Murray the
f Fulford Marvin Wherrell and Ron- Sept-1 2I 3 3Sept 'Post Home on Tuesday, Sept 3, at
nie Roblson of Clewiston. 7:30: p.m. Instead of Monday.
The bride's mother chose a Jam. Open 3:30; P.M. Continuous The change was made to avoid .
alcan linen of orchid whose bodice "The Birds"By conflict with the Labor Day holi Sugarland ..
was inset with matching embroidered day.
Mrs Thigpin invites linen, and featured a round that master ALFRED of ,HITCHCOCK cinema: horror
neck and short sleeves for the

I i you to try"her hemanbreakfast" wedding.The groom's. mother wore a blue For SUZANNE With sheer JESSICA hitfch:PLESHETTE. shock TANDY. be a ""Z rj Z z ROLLER RINK"New

I sheath of silk umiuuM with cap bird > watchsavr \. -
sleeves, scooped neck and :
I -, an un .

,- -, ,__ I' Schedule"September
n t rc 'lynntp wt"" >or- H r ;,1 11 n

I II -" .S With! ''KW;: [;y lor :10 I.

I ri A JUST thru May

I l Daily Double Breakfast f Special 'e
i I'I'I ;4
I I '"? 2 country fresh saga Friday Night Lots of Games
I 2 slices buttered toast ,

I If sliced bacon 634 7:30: p.m. until 10:KX) p.m.
I r 2 cups,coffee Skating 50o Skate Rental &

.grits and butter 2 Hours
j : ,
j 4' with ROL' Saturday Afternoon

ill i ii Shopper's Special I I047a550a 2KXp.m.tmtil4KXpjn.) ) .

t ''tt t Chopped Barb-qued Beef ..........LATa.. ... Skating 25c Skate Bents! 1*
, I e.aes l s.w. '= ) Lots of Games
on soft bun .... .... ...,,:
I .........
: with French fries and cole slaw $098GAL Saturday Night

]Il' pickle chips Tt asstTMi

TItR MlfibN Skating 7:30: p.m. until 1000: p-n1.Skating .
or 1.cleee wt aa'e$ NOa Ivy one get ..1.FREESl. Dancing 10:00: p.m. until 11:00: p.m-
: 58* 98t ae.tSI 50o Skate Bent1 &

.' 2 for Dancing Free to Our Skaters

tr ( of sour Sunday Afternoon


VALUE DROPS MORE EVERY DAY YOU WAIT 2:00: p.rn.until 4:00: p.m.
; ;. AI Fuller'sCountl'l Skating 25c Skate Rental 1*

4 _Thrifty Drug: HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS, Inc. Store

East Sagarlmd Hlfhwsy Oewlste*, llerUa' Phone YD 2-S281 Clctcistoit, Pleritl"Page



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4 W. H. Lanier Eloise ClewistonFora
Sept -
Roslykus-Jourdan I Thursday. August 29. 1963
.T Harris, Sam Young I| ,
I Mrs. Carol' Alston Jourdan, .. Sept 8 O C. JWlcox./ Jr. :I i chad so Be gets practice Informing
il my
Douglas Prldgen
daughter! of E. L (Roy) Alston, St Eleanor Kehoe, l mIIL and stating his uwn Heas.

Louis, Mo., became the bride of Norma Watts. I This is one job I know schools are
LOCALS Robert J. Rostykus on August 11th too crowded to do.
I at three o'clock in the afternoon. Class Room Teachers Dar Editor: "((8)) Will teach my child t.
QbhooL The Ceremony took place at the Hear Legislators I mike planning a habit I know
home of the bridegrooms parents, Many persons have been heardto that making lonf-ranr plans
Miss Martha Jean Nowllng left Al :Fuller has returned from a Mr. and Mri- Jake Rostykus in Hindry County Classroom; teachers express the wish they could be Is an extension ., establishing
Sunday for Atlanta after a visit alx-day trip to Atlanta, his former Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In a meeting in LaBelle last of help in a project to which manyof goal for each day' etude
of several days with her parents home, and to Cornelia, Ga., where The bride, given in marriage by Thursday Heard' Representative us are dedicated: that of improving "((8) Will expect my chLd to do- I,,'
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. her brother-in-law W. Robert Ron Charles E. Miner of Clewiston and our school system. One .his best, and will measure his suem
her brother Tommy Fuller, Sr, are spending the summcr. enmeyer was gowned In pale green Senator Elmer Friday of Ft My way is to volunteer their services: In terms of progress rather
a The David Veale family recently His children Chip and Renee, chiffon end carried a white Prayer ers discuss legislation passed in Often principal or teacher could cess than In perfection. ?'.

returned from a vacation trip to who have spent the summer with Book topped with white orchids. the recent session and the pro. use another pair of hands and attentive "((10)) will encourage my child to
Ship 'n Shore and the Smokies in Tennessee and their grandparents returned with Her maid of honor, Miss Christine posed Professional Ethics Commit mind and heart for a few picture himself a* a successful
North Carolina. him. Wood, Dallas, Texas, wore a street tee. hours. honest and upright cit
Lady ManhattanBlouses Miss Martha Davis has returnedto Miss Barbara Woodward of ur- length dress of pink lace and chit Representative Miner told the' responsible children behave-
!teen I know that
Cocoa Beach where she Is a Indo, daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. ton. Best man was Jack Cramer of teachers of the support he bad given Parents of course have the have
member of the school faculty following Kurt Woodward former residents Dallas Texas and ushers were Bob them and the teacher's pay greatest opportunities of all to be according to the picture they
a visit with her parents of dewiston, visited the Glen Eth- Wlnklejohn, Dallas and Paul Trom- raise bill which was passed. of service in Improving the education of themselves.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Davis erton family at Fort Myers Beach bel of Houston, Texas Senator Friday discussed! the of their children. No school "((11)) Will give my child kiwi
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Carlton and last week and spent a day: visiting A reception followed Immediately proposed 18 member committee' system or faculty; can take the firm discipline. I know that chil-
family have returned from( Wau- .friends in Clewiston. Guests ,were served by the bride's I'I on Professional Ethics and found place of parents in the Important dren are happy and secure only!
chula after a stay of several mon Mrs Anna Mae Jones, administrator sister, Mrs. Rosenmeyer who was that the majority of the teachers business of bringing up children 'when they are consistently controlled -
ths. Mr. Carlton was called to look of Hendry General How assisted by Mtn''Trombel and Mrs were not familiar with the actual and educating them. The following and guided.
after the farming business of the pital. la In New York City. attend Wlnklejohn. x content. He urged those present excerpts are from a column by /RICHARD: GRIFFINPu'bhc

b family when his parents were kill log the national convention of the After a trip to Madrid Spain the to individually study the proposed Dr. Leslie Nason a professor of
ed In an automobile accident on American Hospital Administration. couple win live In Dallas Texas committee carefully before proceeding education at the University of
4 February 27th. Her son, Kenneth accompaniedher with Its organization. Southern California, and was published NoticeINVITATION
Sheriff and Mrs Earl Dyws, Mr. on the trip. The group would sstablish policies this week in the Tampa Tri
and Mrs. Sermon Dyess and baby Mrs. Ruth B. Owa are vacationing at Fort Myers Mrs. Tom Owens returned :yesterday BPW CLUB classroom teachers and serve as a because it contains some fine suggestions 1'0 BIDDERS
Beach. Mason media b.aween the teach- for an parents and others The City Commlulon of the ,City
I from a wee Mrs. Charles K. Bowden and to the mountains of North Carolina. C W. Kendall, president of Kendall vrs and the Florida Department of Interested In children roe: p.m. B.8.T. S.pl*mber S, }MI.on ,
children Jan Kelly Kit and Elizabeth Education, according to Buren the following Installation
Construction Company was "Parents sometimes feel they Bid. will b* for furnUhlngand
of Mt. Clemens Mich., have Enjoying a we tk at Rlveria guest speaker *t the Business and Hall vice president of the Hen- are unimportant In their chlldren'alives. eonitruction Installing matrlaJ of water to b.main u..d*In*tnilon. the-
arrived for a stay of several weeksIn Beach were Mr and Mrs. Pete Professional Wymens dub lunch dry County Classroom Teacher'sAssociation. But really they are the most While the m.t rlal. lit 1. bo-

dewiiton, while Capt. Bowden McIntyre and their son, Pete, who eon meeting Tuesday at the Inn. 01 classroom. It would bt composed Influential adults children ever llvd should Indicate to b* compute unit prle, i. and all tueh bid .
Is assigned overseas. returned to their burnt here Wed- Miss Charlehe'Jones In introducing teachers principals know, unit prlc will .oven should the
Donald dawson, son of Mr. and Desd}'". Their guts: at Riviera was the speaker explained that supervisors and :TEA representatives. "And children need and will respond IIr..H4.quantity b* either increased OP dc-
Mrs. Gene Clawson, was recently Ernest Batista of Pkbnke several club members had asked W. G. Perry Lewiston was to the Interested encouragement MATERIALS ,
nominated by county teachers as a 11601 Lin. ft. S" C. I. Clan* 1(0 '
discharged from the U. S. for information on financing an "
Navy Mr. and Mrs. W. t" Boswell were representative this of these "big people. Sllp-TR. Joint Water Pip -W.W.A.
following an enlistment, the last in West Palm Bran for a few dire apartment building on the lots the on committee. "Parents who care about their ..pmoCtt "lg. \
Officers of ...
the .
county CTA are l 110. C.I. Fittings,
two of Mr. Kendall
which club
years were spent In last w lk. Mr. JiotwoJ had: an operation owns. explained Curtis McGilvry children succeeding are never too A.W.W Cu: .
Port Lyante Morroco. Weekend on his han ; Han Clewiston vice president or equal' sly-A.W.W.A. 8po' .
Prints Florals guests of the dawsons were his Dr. ftA Mrs. W. H. Shupo and concerning the financing.Mrs. and Mrs. Jo Zehnt- for whom they care mot. 1-." Valve. C I. N. R. a witheons I
Stripes ; Mary
sister Mrs. Richard Slpes, and sons are enjoying a vacation visit Harriet 2auel presided at LaBelle "If you feel you've "missed the Salve Box A.W.W Vpo. ,I
ner, secretary and treasurer CaeO-afT. ;
Solids children ,and Mrs. Oscar Slpes- with her parents in Huntington, the business meeting when reports Directors !are Ernie boat" too often in offering your -Cu.. Yard, Cone Thrust Block I
,. New Albany. Ind. Donald dawaon West Virginia. were given and plans for future Redish guidance to the children during ISOO P. 8. I, A.WW.A. Bprcineatlon -
Clewiston I
Lonq Sleeve-Short Sleeve returned to New Albany with them meetings Including a picnic on ; J. D. Huhe..nd past years, here are some resolutions *. and :'
S. C "Bub" Mills ii on a business George Stinnett of LaBelle.BIRTHS I I Plan Bpclflcatlon can b*
for an extended visit Texas. September 10 were completed. A I :you might make now before obtained at the City Hall or at the I'I
trip to
Guests of the L. E. Lee familyare ; I Mrs. Jack Spurs and daughters 8550 budget Vas adopted. Miss this school year starts: office srlnr.of II. M. rrowltt. Con.. En- !

$2.98 up Mrs. Lee's sister Mrs. Louise have returned to their home In Ruth Jones was elected to mem- "Kesorvea, mat I as a parent: : !The City Commission ricer,.. the I I'
right to
the lowest or bet
Hall, her son and daughter Bob Mansfield Ga., after! visiting for bership. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ray Redish "((1)) Will show bow much I approve -I, bid and to accept reject any hid*. I a
and Alice, of Hernando Mi..., anda a trcrt while with her sister. Mrs Mrs. Zauel announced' that, Mrs. announce the birth of a daughter, of education by being interested C. F. Aftan ManagerAugNl11&pt. I
friend Bill Hayes of Stuttgart, O II. Mazzina awl family. Mrs Marie Bawdepe past president of LeN Kay in Lee Memorial .Hospital In what my child Is doing In interim City ,
THETOGGERY Ark.Mr. Spears Is the former Betty Mc- 'the Florida Federation, accepted Fort Myers on Friday August school I will try to provide a home 1. usesIECOZDS :I
and Mrs. J. T. Webb have puffie. the club's Invitation to be speakerat 23rd. The baby weighed seven atmosphere that makes thlt processof
SHOP returned from a vacation trip to Mrs. David Thorns r and children the Bosses' ,Night dinner pounds, one and one-half ounces. learning and growing up easier I
South and North Carolina. returned to their home in Jsekfnvllle I 'Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McLeanare "((2)) Will treat each child as Top -Sacred :

Sutfarland Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cato Sara Jo AunJay after a three week's O.E.S. to Observe parents of a son, Randy Ray an Individual different from LP', :
Hwy.Clewiston Special OrdenHoldridge
Cato Elaine McConnville JoAnn visit wl'4 her moist', Mrs. L. M Founder's who was born Sunday August 24th every other, I will find' time ,!
Crawford and Diane Rackstraw, Beck, and other Jitivcs In Clew- : : Day In Hendry General Hospital. The everyday to discuss with him MusicPhone : ': .,

visited places of interest in Miami Iston. Her husband, who visited Members of Sugarland Chapter ,baby weighed eight pound, nine his problems alms and sncc YU 2-4781 ]
Marathon and Key West recently. here briefly at tite: beginning of Order of Eastern Star will! observe ounces. c.se ae he win feel secure In
----- their stay was .'n s J nmer training: Robert; Morris Day on Saturday A girl, who has been named my lave Interest and approval. ,

UOIfA'-OI! JtAtf putt1Jt33nS at Fort Jackson S. C., for two August 31st with a covered dish Sharon Renee was born Sunday "((3)) Will, encourage my child toward Sugarland Pharmacy \
veeks supper at 6:30 at Sugar.and Audi i August 24th to Mr. and Mrs. James a well-nr.inded: life a good
'Wd 6 day from South Carolina and Georgia Rainbow Girls and DcMolay mem- pital. She weighed seven pounds, >'((4)) Will help my child meet any PIZZAYU
where she spent the summer r > four ounces, on arrival. situation he fears. I know,thjlUlan. *, ''I
&'jPv 3arWUt pa p '
Uf i rWrs.'LVr7y"Clddens' Din 'II
vtslUrlr1ler'WOft.antt"dthel' 1"latlves. 1 t. ---. < action reduces Jitters nay this 2-3311 ,
Mr. and Mrs. C J Lev- nArrr BITHDATAug Moors) Haven Ire proud parents si knowledge can lessen his anxiety. I

p vorn met their aunt In West Palm 29 Ra-.. Cox Patricia a son, who was born Tuesday, And I knew that I must allow for
I Beach. Sutton, Roy VernelWCox, Walker August 27th in Henedry General an occasional failure without em- i
MM. M. C. Tanner and children Nail. Jr.:, M. Dj BIttdsoe, Loulw Hospital dewiston. The baby barasslng him. Edward'sPlumbing
rt Nn-e' were gais'j cf, Mr. and Hendry. weighed eight pounds one ounce. "((5)) Will help my child develop
MM T. L. Tanner and family Au,. 30 Naomi Lovett Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin announce Interest In new school subjects. I
U.1n:laa7, Lynn Yoder Nancy; Powers Billy the arrival of a daughter know that U you pay conscloui attention RepairReplacements '
Sutton Nicky Flak; Marty Wat Saturday afternoon at Hendry General to a subject, you'ra boundto
dron. Hospital Weighing! seven get interested in It, and 111 encourage Repair ''I !
Au,. 31-0. L. Sutton, Sr. pounds 4 ounces the young lady him to put forth efforts to ''i I
Sept 1-Henry J, Andreis Merle has been named Sharon Rente. I learn as much as he can as quicklyas TROUBLE SHOOTING I 'I I
Marshall Shirley Bernhardt he can.
Cornell K. O. Tlmgren. The frogfish at Marineland of "((8)) Will watch for.and encourage 1
Sept J-H. P. Johnson Shorty Florida dangles a leaf-like flap of any special talenta my child Call YU 2-6711 I'' !

Musgrace, Eugene Williams. skin: from a slender filament on has, whether in music, athletics,
and Sept 3-Mrs. Bert Turner Sy top of its head. This serve as bait etc. 325 E. Ventura I

Westberry bil Turner. !-, to attract small edible fish. "((7) Will take time to.listen to,,

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Licensed Plumbers j

Licensed Insured ''i I '

We have over 30 years of combined experience in

the building of houses and commercial buildings-learn-

ing the trade through experience from our fathers with

more than 40 years each in the building trade. I ,

Rambler Clauie,Crou Country Station Waycn-ehoote the/among 9 pr new 193-hp V-9 ;


Contractors for over 10 years each!, Icr outsells all other siz-cykder the Deep-Dip rustproofing to the roofUne, i

.tatien wages in the world and the Ceramic-Armored exhaust system. .:"I

If you prefer,you can also have all of these f;,
There are lots of reasons why this rakian, In this smart best-seller with a new 198-hp I

,- roomy Classic outsells them all: "Car of the V-8 that costs less than many Sixes. See your ., I 1 ,

REPAIRS AND REMODELING Year" styling and the new Advanced Unit Rambler dealer durlngthe"SavingestDaya." {1
Construction that produces its solid sedan- : I
like ride, for example. 1 Jei the Trade Parade teRAMBLER ,'h I I '

That Roof-Top Travel Rack is standard ,( '
For Free Estimates and Drawings equipment So are the Double-Safety Brakes, ,6'V-8 t"; "

TelephoneYU2.4141., BEMBRY RAMBLER MOTORS : !; <

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Too Small 321 E. Sugarland Highway Clewiaton !
No Job Too Large or Florida 1i ,.)

Set your Rambler dealer-a good man to'do.buslness) wHh'for !"'
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Abner Vann G. R. Berner
Clewiston Laundry, Inc. : Mazzina's Gulf Service Pridgen Cities' SerVice
State Farm Insurance Gulf Oil, Products

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iS,. Beardsley-Nash Kelly Tractor Co. Hendry County, Motors Motel 27'T Paint and Hardware

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a Corbin Farm and Floyd Howell, Uncle Joe's Fish Camp

Beck Motors;, Ranch Nottingham Furniture
nYI Standard Oil Co. Liberty PointBembry

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1 t 1.Irigram's
Davidson's Old South Bar-B-Que Wilson Lumber &
Diy Cleaners Ranch
: "< ,Rambler Motors{ Service:
: Concrete Co.
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t I'', : Giddens Furniture* .
; : Bo nd Jewelers Atlantic t I G'P' Standard, .Service:
"dt I l j-v w,. Street. Company' ; Shawnee Farms
I ; Chuck'Rainey

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\ FOR SALE: Sarlo lawn mower. Page Seven

1CIASSIFIID'AD. Run good $50. Call YU 23421. City Court I 3

tic Busy

I Wednesday's city ; son of Mr .and Mrs.
pHONE YUkon J-IZOJ 'URRENT Furnished apart -- COMPLETELY REBUILT & Refinished the American : ; of 428 Sagamore

n,* IfIED RATES: Four cents I nu nt Call YU 2-6881, tic REAL ESTATE Baby Grand Pi.no.l ceptlonally busy ] : I recently reported
70 : YU
word perIheaprice insertion.four insertions ROOMS __ I 342 W O'BISPO. Unfinished steel Holdrldge Music.. 24781.SeptS Dickey doled out the the Naval Auxiliary
Irnum of three. RENT Can YU masonry house. Will sell as 11 I alties: Meridian Miss.
for I - Uc or complete to buyers specifics' BUSINESS FOR SALE-Al'a Army I George Harper, ', the Naval Air Basle

RENT A NEW PIANO.-$8.00--a- I Uons. Exclusive. Store II on the market Will $10; Barbara_Ann_ : the station U

month. See Holdridge Music for I NORTHSIDE-3 bedroom frame, sell as a going business or wm less iriving, $10.oo; ) newest of its type in
details. YU 2-4781. Septic $10,000. rent empty building A. N. Pear resisting! arrest $
NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom
frame man. Septic drunk 3500. ) mission Is training
$9.000. Mrs. Helen Sue
RENT-OR SALE: New dup- REAt / ACREAGE as available. FOR SALE: Duroc Jersey pigs, I found guilty of causln : aviators

leo 4 3 bedroom. Air conditlon- ESTATE, S ACRES NEW 2-BEDRooM. 2 weeks old. Bargain prices while Matthew R. Stanton

2 Carport One block west of bath frame home. Hardwood they last. Call Moore Haven WH continuance of his ; Roofing Co.

Kennedy Con-. floors. 8-2801. After 5:00: p.m. can YU ward Button. Alonzo
...ftllat Call of Beef and
'I"-" DEMAND GREATER THAN J23: FHA HOMES in Broward Faint 2-7344 .
Lake Park FTrailers. SUg29c Otis T. Ricks
| Co., Inc., Metal Week
;1I'IIct1on W EVER for houses, acreage businesses. Beach and Dade counties:, v.rl- bonds for Cenatraetioa
: public er
sU1352. We have customers wait ous sizes and prices. Small cosh FOR SALE Payroll; envelopes. Mary Lewis was : Jobs
ing. List your property with us. payment printed wtlh form( for social security '
R -.House One J. E. Bendsle). Ph. YU 2-T50L FOR RENT Efficiencies and withholding and other de- 10 days for no ; 2-7111
Phillip Joiner $ : .
and Two Bedroom. Also trailer Uc houses as available. ductions. Box of 500. dewlston : 1
public durnkenness er Evenings
dewlston Trailer Parks Over 1.000(( vacant lots to select News Office. ;
;1ICfI. days, resisting arrest; O. flex IMt ,
21.; YU 2-2661 Uc trom for all purposes. Various .
: ATTENTION CATTLEMEN prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. FOR SALE Parakeets 2.00 days; public ;
T-Furnlshed cabins and up. Mynah\ birds African lovebirds or 60 days driving
WE have listings AND INCOME!:
from 320 to 25.000
Johnson Fishing Camp monkeys, cages, supplies eeL
;ttflers. PROPERTY
acres of excellent .
cattle land in
Y112.1l8L UcFOR S380 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent Pet boarding Thompson Wild
and surrounding counties Charles Regei
Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 21238. was Bonds
t RENT 2 and 3 room fur priced from $100 to $125 per acre.' CBS construction 25000. loss of driver's .
} arc
apartment. Phone Down payments; from 10 to 29%" LONG TERM low Interest farm.
21271.tfc with long term I cane grove and ranch mortgages
balance. For further
minimum $30,000.
Trailers and Traflfsr details can Arcadia (Collect) LISTINGS Guaranteed. $19.95 down. SlUM Public
a WA 94401 or WA 8-1261. I I
rpaces. Royal Palm T0** I aug29c I J. M. LANKFORDReg. per month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. Bookkeeping and

Phone YU 2-2803. tic Red Estate. Broker .. YU -7151. tic
: Service
FOR SALE-BLOCK HOUSE 930 East Sugarland Highway
R.RENT Small efficiency I HaTdwood floors three bedroom Fire Auto and General NOTICE or I

rutrbnent. Lights and water furn1 one bath living room, dining room. Insurance HKGiaiBR McDonald

1 10 per month. Phone YU kitchen. Call YU 2-6074. Locatedat : Qewiston. Fla. Ph. YU 3-2181 mV'illlneoUs, 1 WantedNATIONAL tit The,. that.n4..I I am na4 .

fc 4 tic 629 E. Ventura Avenue. aug29p Utate buelneee at : Fla.

ssa.seamiunnu..uut uu FOR SALE 3 bedroom house DADE-MONROSl da under the OL 4-3672
uuuunu! Unfinished. Small down. 432 West aid firm le composed
El Paso. organization wants Ing penona whose .
aug29pfiiicella0eQU factory representative to represent of roeldence are a. ;
(! Write Mr; Blau JAMES W. ...

BUSINESS 'DIRECTORYOZE 1181 N our E 79th company Street Miami Florida Clewlaton P. O.I Box Worl'"

for S Sale sept9cSEMIRETIRED Ownership of pa .-
$ I. aa follown
James W. !

US.J'OR WALDRONSMEATS MAN. Watkins I CUwliton P. 0. Boll lit' : I I

CITIZEN BAND RADIO Includes route is available for this area. it I. my Intention to Community
BOTTLED'GASAppliances Curb of the Circuit
AND GROCERIES one mobile set and one station Many semi-retired mea now earning : for Hendry County, News Editor
set This two-Way radio originally 80.00 to 150.00 per week. /.ter th* said name of
Open 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. & 3 to 8 p.m. cost $235 will sacrifice for only Also have one fun tune Route Chapter Realty 10951.under law the of I

Sales-Service Six Days ,a Week $100. Phone YU 3-430L Itc vallable. For Interview In ;your 01 n... provided as ex
area, write Mr. McGarlty Box JAMES W.
FOR SALE Brand new double 027. WiUtoton Florida. 3tc ;,
'. S .15. U IS, 1111If .
POWER GASCORPORATION steel bunk beds, $20; use as sin- NEWS
For Your Spur of Moment Picnics tie or double bunk beds. Last ol KINDERGARTEN BEG 1ST R A- THE CIRCUIT Bethel AME ">

the NEW surplus bunk buds. Al's TION with Silvia Aguirre. Open TWELFTH JUDICIAL
Four Miles East of dewlstoo Army Store. for this year School starts Sep- AND FOR HIC Holmes pastor

Septic FLORIDA .________ 8:30:
tember 4th. Ages 4 to 8. Free Pickup ----
CALL COLLECTSouth Bare Beach FOR SALE: Jacobsen 24" Reel and Delivery. Can YU 2-8652. THE FIRST CHANCERY T ) ___ 10:55:

Bay WY 6-5531 type riding mower with fibre I Special; rates for transported AT ORLANDO, a t% Wednesday and

glass grass catcher. 20"x30"Jt6' children. Septic .nff Utlnff corporation' under the ra': :: : .

EENDET COUNTY high wardrobe closet One 21" united 8tate of Meeting, Friday

Title & Abstract Co. Attention CattlemenNow Television, 1955 4-whel drive small WANTED 20 more music students TRUSTEE.
to complete our fall sched
Feep. 21" Sarlo mower. LaByer's v*. I welcome to wor-
W Abstracts rnbUo Stenographer-Title Insurance Is the time to consolidate Motel. tic ule. Holdrldge Music. YU 24781. CORPORATION FLORIDA CAND a .. at New BetheL

nloeopyhi DnpUeitlog roar debts with a long term farm Sept9c corporation, .

arid,. St. and Park Ave loan low (Interest rates with transact business. In th OF THANKS
NOW OPEN of Florida, t al,
*BcUe, Fli. P. O. Dos 818 my deep grab

ORange IUllFor Federal Land BankSee NERDS 1 Ser ice$ TOI NOTICE OF U"I thanks to my

prompt, Efficient WATCH REPAIR SHOP NELSON KUICK for their kindness
.r Write 1100 South We.t ". ; Illness. I am
Home deliveryOF Michigan

THE MIAMI HERALD I Box 688 Walcald Bonding with Silvia Aguirre. Open IIERBERTO. Unknown FELIU Dr. Mlzell and the "

Bradentoa Florida BARGAIN-BOAT FOR SALE: 14- for this year. School starts September Heilditnce Unknown Hospital and

Call Bobby Giddens ft Carter Craft 24 hp Evinrude 4th. Ages 4 to 9. Free pickup Residence KULANDO Unknown me cheer and "Get

TV 1-1391 motor trailer See J. W. Beardsley; and Delivery. Call YU 2-8652.: ANTONIO OUERRA I that meant so much

428 N. Atlantic. septlOc Special rates for nontransportedchildren. CAtHMIRO Reildenc Unknown recovery May Cod

Kindergarten will be open Residence Unknown all of you.-Respect* I
-15 a Owens Mahogany ELEUSIPO
Runabout Upholstered W. week for parents to visit. 813 R.-Id-nc. Unknown ; Owens. i

eats, nylon Gator E. Pasadena. septic ALVARO MORIJLL
cover trailer. Heeldence Unknown OF THANKS 1

and Service Excellent condition, $329. Meske. FREE CAR to be given away by ANTONIO Residence OL1VA Unknown express my sincere
So. San
New and Used Motors tic "Chuck" Wells Motor Company EMILIO PAZResidence '. to all of j

EDO Marina Hardware watch for details in the NEWS. PRHKIRB UnknownPEDRO : for their kindnesses

Parts and Accessories tic Residence Unknown and confinement
Marine Safety Equipment Real EstateExclusive BLUM & SONS PLASTERING Add....... Unknown Hospital. All

Phone YUkon 2-8211 Very Beat Work Residence BENEDITO Unknown PRATS expressions of cheer

Listings We Save You Money RICARDO VIERA to me whila I was

R. E. WALDRON Pasterlng, Simulated Stone SERGIO Renldince ZAMORANO Unknown am I grateful

Office open an Labor Day weekend Stucco Free Estimate Residence Unkown and the hospital staff

for your convience Licensed and Insured All part)** claiming : best things in life
through, under or a
FOR SALE 25 Years In Business Defindtnti, and all your way. Respect-
Tampa Tribune 3850 Lora Street Inl' or claiming to ; Jones Washing
Three bedroom two bath on % right, tltI. or .
and acre lot CBS aeavlew awnings Fort Myers; Fla. tie property herein ..
thru-out Wall to wall carpet ED 7-4171 or .... You are hereby

tThe Ft. Myers central heat, carporte Florida I ; .1 the suit above has been entitled filed a. SERVICE

room. This lovely home has you are required to fate and
t News Press been financed and may be purchased .with the clerk of this : : : Your Friendly
er"e a copy thereof Business
Home for 10% of total cost
Delivery BERTS tiff I or plaintiff to
W. O. CAMPBELL Shown by appointment only nam.s Carter A. : satisfy;
Office of a
Phone 2-2791 Two bedroom frame, ceramic Washington Street, Lawn Service
tile bath, on 100' x 100' lot SUOARMILT. ROAD not later than ..:; ;: I424S
Hardwood floors paved street u you ran to ao .o a
furnished tonfeiio will be Jr., Proprietor
HATHCOCK'SAUTO Completely thru-out for the r.lI.f demanded
Owner will finance balance after SINGER SEWING MACHINE lalnt This suit la to
SALES .A SERVICE down payment; representative will be at Old morta-aee Th. real III:
dens Furniture Store each Friday ceded against III I '
RESTAURANT .* SERVICE First time offered Beginning at a m Club
STATION 250 Hiwsy 27 frontage Inside For parts sales, "service stop In feet iJaet of the
Clewiston News city limits of Oewiston. be or call YU 24721. tfo Section IS, 14, SI Mixed Drink i
OPEN ALL NIGHT : May Township 41 South ,
purchased whole] or partS Kaeti t .nc. .
FaoaeYU 2-1201 We never dose drapes. Custom Easterly direction Sandwiches
acres of cane within % mfle made. Complete line oi Southern boundary ; Popular Bands

of Lake and U.S. 27. drapery and slip cover fabrics.: North aforesaid bank Section of th. 11 Will Wallace I.
Free estimates. Can YU 2-583L t.nc. of 110 f.etl! !
ATTENTION! FOR BENT Van Cothern's Custom Furniture angles In a Southerly
Air conditioned bedroom. Private aDd distance of 441 feet;
Upholstery, tic right ancle. In a I
entrance section a dletanc of | I
farmers and RanchersLOOK I bedroom unfurnished house thence at right '
Cane Growers PUBLIC NOTICE northerly direction a Grocery !
$55.00 per month. 445 feet to the point ,

TO THE FUTURE AND 1 bedroom kitchen and bath. or nlnr leal.; containing Said I'.IS" Fresh Meats I I! .,
otherwise J
Air conditioned. 90.00 described
per Iv THB COUNTY jcnoirs' COURT
WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING month. .N! AND Von HKWDRIT CouNTY of tea,B.Inc.Elliott EnrInter Oro** A Essential Items i I
rLORJDA : Your Patronage
I or*, dated December :
TRAILERS a* follow Thnratoa mitea "
i l+tv Ce.t Fares 1958 98' 10 wide 2 bedroom DILLY OBCEOLA ) The North 445 n
MartraieJTniaee West ISO feet of the I Ir
U1RAL LAND BANK LOAN Small down assume payments Deceaied I quarter of Section 14,
AND 41 South, Ranee 14 r
Calla r. 4 City lots paved street, fenced CLAIMAMT
County, Florida, H.I;
S lenaaa" deb&e. well and pump septic tank and Ton and each of rev are hereby Subject ta all road I. :
0 farm InpraTemeats. Pew talld1nrl. paw-** patio for House Trailer. 10' x notified and required which any rlfhti.gf.way and ..

wind machines and tnataD trrif atiosu 55' Trailer Included: Total price claim:ther of and you.demand may have against 700,the or record.To srether. with all NOOK
C Awlst aa purchase ef a farm, grave Ir rsnck.rarcbase $4000. and take over Trailer .tate of BILLY O8CEOLA .ec...- erty of every
S more land Terms to late of .ald County, to the Coun Company owned at : New Look I
Praride far the farm eaterprlle.D48 payments.; right party; Judge of Hendrr County, Florida, th. execution of the Cutting
OQ.y! A lAND capsun INCOME 1.4 hie. office In the Court Hou., or thereafter acquired: ......
? Florida within aua! (I) Intent that the lien of '
A1J' and
TBESB ADVANTAGES months from the date of gage shall &Saturday! I
Excellent block: of colored: rentalproperty.
1. e tint publication ef this Dotl_ elude all real e.tate al Sale*, rreprleten 1
Lower payaaeata. Each claim or demand mull be .. aeqqulred. or ever 1
t Jjntt* terms (a* te 29 years). Five small apartments reducedfor writing and must state the place of the mortgage remain ,
Dependable aervlee (serving aplftltue xetaalTely aldenoo and poet office address of Together with all ,.t
quick sale. Furnished and the claimant and must be avers toy equipment furniture,
ee M17). b the claimant, his ...... or his and all other personal
J. -- Preparsaaat vrlvHefee wltbefjt ,.aaJt1. financed. torney. er the lame will become of the Company
U12J.rTl l ""V !seal **& amlttar wttfc'Bed agHH Car old according to law, and all hereditament !
nnare.eaa Such eedlter or claimant must at purtenancee thereon f
ws be, ef serrlee U yea phase write ec phaM. Frank Denmead tb. time of filing at. tho same ... Witness anywise my appertalnlDV.hand. and '
Rver of .aclr
a sop? .laim
wMAY.. JHgr. er DOYLX K. ABBOTT. ....... hg?. Registered Real Estate Seeker County n ..of Inan e tow th. day Court of at August LaBell 1140.tlDALDOROTHY 1'. :: Supplies
Chapter /1N.
at YC SI421er J-AW' Florida for

Federal Land Bank Associationof Ue feBewtntr JOHNSON AssociatesJUANTTA This Bri Tb.tsth BILLY Bemlnole tday of OICEOLAwnom Tribe rut,. ISIS. (CARTE Byl A. Marraret I e

TV S138.CARXOIX of the office efIdney
Chalnnaa I of TMkal Co.noll C. Ward
Bradenton L. BENSON' emlnole Tribe of Florida e01 E. Waehlnsjton 'tr..
Executor of the
TV UUI Oeoeola, Estate of Orlando, Florida: : i
7W/al BRADKNTOX.*. Billy deeeaeed.AVfV. Attorneys for Plaintiff 2.7651'r
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Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Fla. State Teacher College, prior to), $35 or 20 days; Albert W Howard stopping the Pahokee docks Sunday other luxuries: they have never bad grades) The Russian
if I Thursday, August 29, 1963 serving II assistant coach tit Daytona -, $35 bond forfeited. morning. them, and they do not feel the needof I a long way, and will .J1 far
Beach for two years. He will, Vagrancy: :, WUUaih Manuel J, Saturday lunch will be availableat them. They appeared' unimpressed aid Spratt, who said ,

J JI! I first year of teaching. ;I also serve is physical education L Richard Howard, ""Lola Williamsand the Indiantown marina, and by the vast number of indicated that Rusrii .? Ihhi

Faculty Complete Miss Jane Pyle, a graduate of Instructor. Mary Randers, all fined $39 free orange Juice will be served automobiles, television nets and[ stronger wlI: get much!
there. other luxury items which are a
Ernest L. Hill, of Brlceville,. or 10 days with credit for tune
South PlttsburgTenn.., will teach Tenn., science and physical education served. The Boatacade ends ct: Stuart part of the American way of life. The members of the
music. She attended Middle: Ten with a steak. dinner concerned with their group left lJor'da
evening Russia
For Local School Instructor is a graduate of Speeding: Harold B. Wegscheld- Sunday They are : programs with the
'. nessee State Teachers College and Carm-Newman: College. er, Lee Guzzone Vlsalll and Floyd at the Elks Club followed bya of industrialization, educa- conviction. that our natloll Itrq

Indiana University, Bloomingtoa, Mrs Janice Hill, a native of John Halpin all $25 or 10 day; dance marking_the official close: tion and agriculture. They are improve our Latin AmerlClll I
James E. Brandon
Principals Ind., graduating from there this I William of the two-day trip. tremendous strides in industrialization Utions, and '"
I ,. Kings Ferry, Florida, graduatedfrom $35 bonds estreated for making should do
und Mr Magill report complete
year. Apopka and Carson-Newman Eugene Greene, Earl Bertti Rick- Many of the boats are expectedto and education, but possible to prevent the eYe1'1'.4ID,
classroom faculties for Clew Miss Patricia Swann, a graduate I College. This is also the first year etts, Calvin TOrdnlck., Earl Edward remain over Labor Day and are conscious that they have not ment of CommunJ.tn In eper.rd
Iston public school: opening on of Winchester High School and W. Patton both Jensen Beach and Stuart have (sphere ttrlt hello
of teaching for Mr. and Mrs. HilL May., and Francis I made the progress they should in
Tuesday morning. I Middle Tennessee State College will. Miss Lola Elise Aytes, of Dan- James Henry Hudson and holiday events, planned for Monday agriculture.In: (Articles describing-
New teachers In the schools this teach second grade. No previous I trip
ridge, Tenn., Is a graduate of Tennessee George William Diferdinado. short, said Mr. Spratt, we the satellite nation will Ie
term Include Miss Betty Fults, 2nd teaching experience. No valid driver's license: James The U.S. Corps of Engineers is Solve uu.
Wesleyan College and will I found Communism form article and will
a shocking
grade. She is a native of Manchester Harold 25 days arranging to have the locks open appear In III
Mrs. Frances Rogers of Greenville teach English this year. She has Thompson, $50 or ; of government It is hard to un- a Inue.) earl,
Tenn., graduated from Tracy during the noon hours (when they
South Carolina will teach the Mervin S. Mulllns, $50 or 30 days
City, Tenn. high school: and attended exceptional group and has ten one year experience. sentence suspended. are usually closed) during the days derstand how anyone who was ever
(Middle Tennessee State Collegeat when the boats will be passing exposed to our free democracy:
years experience in teaching Wilful and wanton reckless driving -
I Murfreeboro, Tenn. This is herTHE through, and on Monday eveningthe could ever tolerate life under the
Mrs. Patsy Perry will teach a Whaley Tells Of : James Harold Thompson and
Ortona Locks will be open until Communist regime The only freedom 4
fourth grade. She is a graduate of I Riley Johnson, each $79 or 30 T1S,1
for the convenienceof a Communist has is freedomto
Pasadena, Texas High School and II Need For days, with Johnson fined on a second 7
boats returning to Fort Myers., work for the state.
J' ..Ytvl !: attended Lee College and North charge of driving while licenseis
H 'NI' Texas State College in Denton, I Chief Wendell Whaley, of the revoked, $130 or 50 days, plus However, we found, not what we
10 expected, but rather a growing economy Boats
Texas. Clewlston Police Department, days, mandatory. Guides Gag
Eddie Perry will teach a third stressed the need of extra precau- Norris Powell Iras fined $29 or City Offers changes that in the has lives wrought of the great Russians Fishing Tackle Supply
BEST WAYTOX- grade and comes to Clewistcn from tion in driving to prevent accidents 10 day., plus restitution, after
in the past two decades.
LEARN THE VALUE OP-VI North Texas State Coilfgt. This lathe at the Kiwanis luncheon Wednes- pleading guilty to a charge of beatIng (Continued from Page 1) found a courteous but not Johnson'sFishing
first year of teaching for Mr. daTe The Chief noted the increase board bill; Mack Jones W. : talkative
MONEY IS TO NOT HAVE and Mrs. Ferry. number of accidents: being recorded -! Fleming, failure to give way to permits and inspecting all construction people and found most of the Camp,

Miss Dura Underwood is libiar- dally in the state and urged: right. when being passed, $35 or I : work and repairs under younger ones now speak some Eng dewfctoa.no.
20 Sweet, making of the city lish. (It is taught in the 5th sand Oth
ian at the elementary school and is each member to be a little more I days; Willie the general supervision
a graduate of Tennessee Wesleyan careful. He heartily endorsed the false statement to obtain driver's manager Mr. PIrkle,' a former

College Athens, Tenm. use of seat belts to cut down In- license, $50 or SO days. contractor, was city manager for
I 'juries. Thirty-five dollar bonds were resigning recently because -
ANY/ Miss Lola Mitchell fourth grade, many ;years The First Baptist ChurchKindergarten
; Is a graduate of Fries High School The speaker answered a numberof I forfeited by Carl ,Adair, charged of a combination: ill health

Va., and attended Spartenburg Jr.Collel'e questions from the floor regarding with improper start from parked and a heavy' work load.
various individual traffic: position and Pri hip Edwin Bailey, The Inspector's salary was set at
Berea College, Ky., and
\\1 VPI, Blacksburg. Va. She has had situations. In reference to a question speed too great for conditions; $23 75% of the permit fees with a mInImum -

; two of experience.Mrs. about the large number of bicycles bonds entreated Bill John Craig, of 12,400 per year.There '
years ridden profanity and D. Harris, 'a discussion of the Will Monday
Barbara Bundy, third grade, ; : being on the side was open September 9
attended Falrmount State walks Whaley said that all elementary worthless check (plus restitution). need for regulations for the connections
Falrmount W. Va., and taught in students receive: hand- : to the sewage system, and Registration Day

Daytona Beach last year books at the beginning of each Boat-a-C ade the commission agreed that these Will be Friday September 6
Bob E. Baker, graduate of Clint- school year which contains the"Do's" win be prepared and adopted at From 9 til 12

1963 Ramblers wood, Va., high school, and Car- and "Don'ts" for bicycle (Continued frem Fate 1) an early date, so all work in connecting
son-Newman riders : to the new lines win con For more information call YU 2-5931 or YU 22603
College, Jefferson
j City, Tenn., is assistant football Harry Vaughn Jr., urged tht The outboard are expected in form to requirements.The -
club Clewlston shortly after noon Saturday of service in -- -- -
to Fuller expansion water
support Eugena and
f' coach will teach in high school
and the Clewlston Recreation Depart- and it is expected\. that many the city, improvement of lines and
serve as sophomore sponsor ment in its attempt to withdraw will use their box lunches for a picnic installation of fire hydrants also Mid Summer
Miss Martha Roberta of Tarpon SpecialLet
from the Florida AAU organizationand at the Wayside Park, or levee received attention. The commission
Springs will teach Junior high
picnic tables. The local Chamber
become advertise for bids
agreed to
a member of the Gold on
She from Florida
English. graduated '
of Commerce
State University this lummr.Joe Coast AAU group The club: votedto free also.is serving refreshment 3,160 feet of 6 in. cast iron pipe to *

,.... have the boys and gult committee be installed in the Southwest residential -
Bundy, a native Beverly, The overnight stop will be at
to look into the section of tha city, bid.
W. Va., attended Potomac State advantagesand
Belle Glade this year, and a bar- Air
Teachers College and Falrmount take appropriate action. becue dinner will be served free to to be opened at the next regular ConditionYour
The Xlwanlans were urged to meeting.At .
-- -
all Waterway Association member -
cast their ballot in tha city election the request of the school
A dance will follow the din
on Tuesday, September 3. board, the commission agreed to Car

See Our Large Display ner.Pahokee Is assisting Belle Glade Improve the sidewalk and street at ,
the bus loading station at tea elementary

Of New Mobile Homes Plea Day with and,the and Saturday doughnuts will also night serve to all entertainment free boats coffee raised linear four feet school.Inches.of sidewalk Appoximately will ISO be Easy Complete Budget With,,Installation Plan ONLY$Z,4.SO

43x10 2-bedroom Pleading not guilty at Monday's Attending the meeting were May. (pins tax)
plea day of Hendry County Court, or Leon Bembry, Commissioner!
?'TtX Judge B. N. Parsons bound over WATCH and Fred Sikes. Richard .\{. tson. TomH.
55x10 I .
the following cases: Harold Kana- Jones, Jr., and Dan McCarthy, BECK MOTORSPhone
I' rek, speeding, under $40 bond and : VIrs. Jane Jackson es deputy clerk:
55x10 3-bedroom on a second charge of driving I JEWELRYRepair City Attorney Carlos Dickey and

while license is revoked Kanarekwas -....... acting city: manager Corky Blair:
60x I 0 3-bedroom placed under a $200 bond. i ; YU 3-1301

Lawrence Bower Dean chargedwith Serviceby .
r Low Rate Financing with G.E.C.C. petit larceny bound over under Jack
a $110 bond. All three cases will SprattContinued
) be heard at the next session of -
We also Carry Trailer Accessories .
Hendry County Court to be held Belle Glade ( from Page One) CHECKERBOARD::: ; rl'rl'SerViCe A A .
t : later in the Fall '
i You Buy For Less The case of Zelma Davis, charged -I Jewelry stores, transportation facilities, -

with serving alcoholic beverages barber shops hotels, restaurants ,
at to minors was ordered continued: etc., and all employees are government -
to next week as was the case of Striking clocks a specially employees. They cannot foulletinRAISE ,

CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. Virgil Maddox, charged: with disorderly leave their Jobs, except by applying .
conduct Leave items at for a transfer which goes
e Charged with assault and battery through quite a bit of governmentred

U.S. 27 YU 2-2661 were George Williams, $23 or Lake Appliances tape. There are very few automobiles -
10 days;; Wilbert/ Owens, $75 or but there are plenty of: !

,. 90 days, and on a second charge 317 Sngarland Hwy buses, owned and operated by
the same sentence, the time to be the government There' are no bill

served consecutively Leonard Pru- Clewiston boards and no advertising.To .
itt, $79 or 90 days, with credit for see the operation of a 100% BIGGER

1 HURRICANE WINDS time served the balance of the Prompb Efferent Communist regime shocked every ,
time suspended. member of the party into a new
w MAY Disorderly conduct: Erma Rice, Service and greater appreciation of the

: y. A BLOW . $39 bond forfeited; Dorothy Rice, freedom enjoyed in America, said
----" Spratt. Only by realizing that the BE'TTER'A
Russian people had nothing under A
the Czarist regime, and the revolution
BUT See FAT AND DUB (for therefore took nothing away

,. from them, can we understandhow CALVESthe i
f I they can bo content under ia

; qi .l'P GAS I This Week's Specials more Communism.mass of material Russians Actually things: probably now the great have than

they have ever had small
w though these things teem to theAwerleaua. I

,WILL FURNISH YOU WITH I We save you money on any make of new- ;:; used car. A COLLECTIVE. FARM ?r <. DllftlN'u

1961 Chevrolet Station Wagon $1,750One from The Moscow Florida to group a collective: :Journeyed farmIn ,
F the Georgian Republic (on. of
owner like new with radio beaten automatic the It republics which form the WAYThe

I transmission and new paint. U.S.S.R.). On this farm 6,500 acres i

I were farmed by 740 employees of

.1 i COOKING 1961 Falcon Futura '. . . $1,350One the grain government, cucumbers: : ; the apples crops: grapes were I Feeding oucceM Program of Purinn'i is writteDIn Calf

owner like new with automatic transmission, peaches: and pears By our stand the Purina R..arcb _
:x '.. ards their crops were very poor Farm record Of over2200yfJSSSSSsS
f radio, bucket, seats and new tires.
HEATING Indeed. The need for fertilizer and born-aU have ed 0

; modern cultivation: practices: was to than l%

I + 1959 Oldsmobile Super 88 . $1,295 readily apparent said Spratt Last growl
: year the workers on this farm each FOURMONrapLD CALVES grown on Purina Nursing?

REFRIGERATIONWATER 4-door hardtop, power brakes power steering, fac received two rubles (a ruble is than startena are fu bigger, grow'
tory air conditioned, radio heater and new tires. $1.10)) per work day unit In addition 1I01ateini.*w ??-o21VPurina Farm average of 320 Ibs. tat
; he may receive a small 43 &heavier' than the normal breed averse
amount of wheat at that a,.. At 225 It. months olds"
vegetables and
I i y) HEATING 1963 Chevrolet Biscayne . .. ; $2,500 cheese. At the end of the year he 8 .Ibs heavi than mSSEffSZ...

!,' may receive additional pep and/or :
I ,.I, I I "I" New never titled, 4-door with automatic transmis rations. ffifssfsltt "j" 'G

sion. The nearest approach to capitallam ntn-ededtogrow' f=
i we saw was a collective: farm Into offers that may ii b. f< S2
I 1 CALL US FOR LP GAS SERVICE on which the worker were each ahead early to freshen months
I of
1963 Chevrolet Impala . $3,500This allowed something of' their very PI'Od\lCe' tots average of'. Andes y PURINA
own a cow two sheep 10 chickens : join a
g milking lit.
a a demonstrator sport coupe never titled and has or aa acre to grow for him- t tNt

factory air conditioning, tinted glass, white wall self. Also they have a piecework N lin en time YOIl atart calne: CH Wprosiness

i. Glades Gas Co. tires, automatic transmisson, 327 engine, push but- arrangement who turns under which the worker Order the Purina PUrina Way a try. .

; ton radio in a beautiful beige color. than he is assigned out more received work &Dei Palatable Purina, Calf Started

a little more la In
pay. Instance
every -at
I I these workers our afore
grew heavier
crops, or turned out
more labor

Phone YU 2-1311 Clewiston, i! Clewiston Auto Sales than IODI11neenUft.the workers Most who wages had no cover per CORBIN, FARM & RANCH S PPLYfIo.

iI iI I only bare living. cost The Russian >
I 841 E. Sugarland Hwy. Tel. TIT: 24861 people do not feel deprived .ClewistonIR.IolaIl.Wir.Iarr
because they, hare few television

i i sets, Coca-Colas: chewing' gums or I R

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