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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Clewlston- school faculty Bummer program school and college; they need Former Methodist pastor is ;

The mpleted Its last day of school The summer program will not be doing work In the summer New
term 00.'I school pavingproject
current in order to use the
rk for the consist of band, arts and. craft,
week, .nd Only library, said Mrs Weetman.
of last 'library, and. sports, all starting named district superintendentDr.
office are The
administrative July 1 for 6 weeks. sports program under
e high school Ernie Hill and Mrs. Janice
week. The Hill
n thI.j Jack L. Scott will conduct the
ce wm remain open until band classes, and is also interested and the arts and crafts program W. Scott Bozeman, pastorof
will clo., for under Mrs. Margaret Bare will
JIll 15th, then in choral work with stu the First Methodist Churchof
elementary be operated much in former
o weeks, The dents. He would be glad for any ss Tampa has been named superintendent -
remain open years. Detailed announcementof
001 office will students Interested in choral of the West Palm OK'dAnother
will be closed these will be made
rough June and work to contact the high school programs Beach District by Bishop JamesW.
month of July. prior to the opening date.
Ping the entire the office, so he can work it into Henley at the 122nd annual

summer vlonaJuly first the schedule Methodist Conference held in
,
C 11oo1 will start week ssid Scott will offer classes for beginning Director Lakeland last week
for six predictsPCA
nd continue Dr. Bozeman replaces Dr.
pervlsln' Principal,James E. students in band, from Henry W. Blackburn of Lake- street paving projectis the location near the freight station thorlzed Attorney Carlos Dickeyto

8-9 a.m. The Junior High reserve land who In the immediate future for and will not be paved at notify these property owners
rondos has been serving as
of- band will hold classes loan increase Clewlston, and will be under this time. The estimated cost of the amount they are delinquent .
interim following
work If being superintendent
Academic from t till 10 and the senior of 6 is : in .''
taken as soon as legal requirements project 9575950. payments.Commission
In JuniorTsenlor the death of Dr. Laurie G. ,
teachers I
band from 12:30 till 2. Solo and
Other receiving
of
advertising and improvements
High School. Ken ensemble work will be BRADENTON. Fla. The Ray last December.Dr. property McCarthy reported s ,
taught volume of credit service to Bozeman of assessments can be met. a favorable vote Monday
will teach remedial agriculture a native that approximately $66.50
Irk the 7th 8th and 9th from 2-3 p.m. by production credit Live Oak, is a graduate of Florida The City Commission, at its night was construction of sidewalks was due for damage to electrical -

in for students who need library work associations may double during Southern College and received Tuesday meeting, heard a report on Circle Drive from equipment of M.' I* Williams

rides this work. Jack the next decade," according to his divinity degree fromEmol' from Commissioner FredC. East Osceola to West Osceola Leroy Hare and M. L.
make up The high school library will D. G. Click director of the )' University Slkes that there is sufficient where they do not now exist and Bishop, caused through a city

'lila ran teach fo studand be open during the 6-weeks program Bradenton Production Credit He served his first :years as money available to undertakethe repair of the existing sidewalks: error In stepping up the voltage

ah to make up In these each Monday through Friday Association, who has 'Just returned pastor of the Moore Haven- project. and construction of the east to serve the area. 'The commission

ho need This remedial work is mornings 8-12, with Mrs. from Bal Harbour, Florida Clewlston Methodist Church This will be the 6th street paving feeder line of the electrical system voted to pay these bills.

,Alerts. basis, and Is not cow: Helen Weetman, librarian In where he attended the 30th from 194549. Since that time he project of the city, and follows to conforming to the plan Mayor Tom Jones presided at

a fee the summer activity charge. Mrs. Weetman will be Anniversary Production Credit has served In Haines City, DR. W. SCOTT BOZEMANDr. the original plan adopted recommended by the consultingengineering : the meeting. Present were

red in which the school board doing considerable cataloguingof Association Directors' Conference Grace Church in Miami and before the first paving projectwas firm, C. B. Mc Commissioners Bembry, Sites t

iropam magazines and books during on June 79. First Church in Tampa. He is Bozeman and his family undertaken ten years ago. Cartney and Co. and McCarthy: Deputy Clerk ,'.

lainces. the summer also. Mr. ClIck said, "Reports at a trustee of Florida Southern were in Clewlston In October of The 6th phase of paving was A request from a group of Marl Webb, Attorney Dickey, ,

The library facilities are available the conference Indicated the 'popllcatlon College and conference missionary 1963 for the observance of the bypassed more than a year ago residents of Golf View for upgrading Utilities Superintendent Quinton \ -

for all students, both high of capital using technology secretary and has servedas 15th anniversary of the local: in order to get the sewage project of the residential son- and City Manager Blair. '

Sales tax is up; in agriculture and reorganization president of the Tampa Ministerial church. underway. Slkes reportedthat tog there by raising the minimum 1\.

Elks to observe of farm units are Association. the sewage project is now of square feet necesssry, .

continuing and the short and intermediate complete and that the city has for home construction was referred 1-1
Asks
gas tax is down, Flag Day Sunday term credit: needsof $89,200. available for street paving to the planning board. pay phone '

farmers will probably double Dunkin fouled on project. This includes approximately Jack Davis and J. Fred Baker
for the during the next ten ;years. 129,000 from previous the
Sales tax reports As In previous years, the Pa- presented request.
antis of May (covering April hokee, Belle Glade and Clewls- The' PCAs should continue to street projects, and is sufficient The commission granted request at Hendry corner r

ales tax collections at retail) ton Elks dubs will observe furnish sn Increasing share of to take care of the city's of North side Baptist

ndlcate that business .was still Flag Day In Joint ceremoniesopen the credit needs of farmers. 13th Cuban portion of the work. Church to permit their pastor Mack's Service Station at Earl

limbing In Hendry county. to the public. This year, "The 77 production credit associations tripTom Streets to be paved are: Del to reside In a house trailer on Hendry's Corner has been plugging

Tax collections reported in the observance will be held at of Florida, Georgia Monte from East Royal Palmto the Church property on N. for a pay-station phone to

lay were 135,907.03 up 3% over the Dewlston Elks Lodge at 3 North Carolina and South Carolina Francisco; and from West, Francisco Avenue, in a location be Installed on SR .80 at that "

the previous month. The stats p.m. Sunday afternoon. have provided approximately Dunkin, former editor of ley-Brtnkley news account of the Royal Palm to Magnolia. East zoned as Industrial.The location, where the cross-state .
$4 billion In credit service and. West Royal Palm (this is highway Joins US 27.
total collections showed a flight Exhalted Ruler Rick Mattson the Glades County Democrat at landing. Many area residents City authorized the mayor '
drop, from J22.71J.275 to $20.123.- has announced that Pat La- to farmer-members since Moore Haven, was one of the recognized the red-headed stocky short block), and the north side and clerk to sign a renewal Mack says he doesn't mind

303. The slight drop is attributed Monyne, prominent Elk and organization 30 years ago The two newspapermen caught with newsman as he turned and sal of Avenlda del Rio from Royal lease from U.S. Sugar Corpora. sccomodatlng the many people

to \the tapering oil of the winter past district deputy of Ft My. Bradenton association has pro- Cuban anti-Castro leader Manuel uted the bridge to Navyregulation Palm to Magnolia; Magnolia lion for a borrow pit for $1 per who want to use his phone for

season business, as most tourists ers, will be the featured speaker vided $117 million to farmers of Ray In International watersoff style before he disembark. from Del Monte to Eiperanza :year and 10 cents per yard of long-distance calls, but his is a

have returned North by for the observance.The this area since organization in the Nassau coast last week ed from the British vessel which and Crescent Drive from Poncede material moved from it, the party-line phone, and is usual !'

Aprtt. public Is encoursged to November 1933", according to He was arrested with the other picked the group up and brought Leon to Citrus. Aztec Ave lease to run for four years from ly busy, so the visitors must

Gasoline tax collections do not attend this occasion which Is alternated Mr. Click. newsman, Andrew St. them to port. nue, which, was scheduled to the previous expiration date wait for the line to get free.
"The PCAs In the four-state 6 is conclusionof Then he must place the call,
awaiting
Project
Feb. 25 1964.
,
reflect the same trend. They between the three participating George, and the party of six Dunkin has made 12 trips into
authorize the charge to his
district with 90,000 farmer- negotiations with AC.L on Letters were read from Dr.
took a slight dip In Hendry communities. Cubans. British authorities finedeach
members made loans to 50,000of Cuba since Castro took over theIsI.nd E. B. McConville, J. F. Florentine phone, and collect from the visitors \ .
county in May over the previousmonth. $14 on charges of melalpolles.lon
most of them as accredIted -
members In 1963 in the ,-which consumes a good
these and Mr and Mrs Mike
..ndrelea.ed
Reported to the stab In of Cremarms,
He has long beena
amount of more than 265 million newsman. College receives Vettorl protesting some of the deal of time.
April was $136,711, and In May, Cycle racing them. of Cuban affairs, and
12.188.72.The more than double the volume student regulations of the Country Club Aside from any personal feelIng -
10 years ago" he said Dunkin was photographer for expressed skepticism about the of and stating that the board of directors about location of phones, it
drop In gasoline tai col-, gift $100,000Mrs.
the St. George the newt' ;.chances of exiles overthrowingthe
"The Bradenton association group not operating the seems this would be a real service
weekendA were
fcctfons! statewide was from this and the others were Cuban "I do not .
Castro regime
man to travelers in that area.
|SI3,301,465.70 to $12,536,560.84.20th served 648 farmers with loans Sara Bartholomae, of course and club house In a m.n.ner
endeavoring to enter of exile who has demonstrated
toDesoto patriots know any The nearest pay phone Is to
1963
totalling $16 million in Walnut, California, this week which they felt the commls.
thrill packed weekend of Har- Cuba with arms to their capability of overthrowing Moore Haven or Clewlston. An
Charlotte, Glades, donated 100,000 to Brevard Engineering ibis would approve. The commissioners
anniversaryof cycle racing is in store in South dee, Hendry, Highlands, Lee, 25 foot launch. Castro Until a popular College to Melbourne, discussed the letters; out-door type pay phone is re

Florida, starting Friday: June Manatee and Sarasota counties Dunkin was seen on the Hunt- combination of Robin Hood, Florida, for construction of a Commissioner Bembry pointed quested. \ .

D.Day observed 12, the first in a series of Mr. ClIck added Jose Marti) and George Washington new library. The library will benamed out that the Country Club members More than 75 person who

scrambles will be held at Hialeah Other officials of the Braden comes along to Inspirethe in memory of her late elected the directors and work or have business In the

As a motion picture exhibitor Speedway The races will ton association attending the Car and truck Cuban people Fidel is going husband, William August Bar said he felt the complaints could area have signed a request for "

Doe Koch, manager of' The berun under the lights with the conference Included Robert L. to be top man", he said. tholomae, who was a wealthy only be handled by the board. the phone .

Quit Crystal Theatre, II'ex. first race starting at eight Garrison President, of Sara collide Thursday Dunkin still hopes to make his California rancher. The new Commissioner Slkes took the

tremely proud to participate in o'clock.: sots; J. Wesley Davis, director Police officer Charles Mcdel- 13th trip into Cuba, but has no College library to :Melbournewill letters and said he would deli

the salute to the heroes whose Saturday, June 13, will be of Scoring: John H. Turner, land charged Robert Lee Williams plans for It.t present Last reports is- house outstanding collections ver them to the president of the Dance

manage changed the course of practice on the South Bay Vice President, of Arcadia; R. with careless driving\ and Indicated the group of in space technology, science County Club prior \to the meetIng Square

Iusor'f! by showing Darryl T. Track. Sunday, June 14 will be J. Taylor, director, of Braden causing: an accident as the result waiting to Nassau for repair and engineering of the directors at noon on
anuck'i "The another afternoon of racing on E. Cook General their launch.:
Longest Day"not ; ton and Herbert of a wreck at Osceola and Tuesday.
week. the muck track at South Bay Manager, Bradenton. Circle Drive Thuesday.McClelland Utilities superintendent J. D. Friday night

Now for the first time, you adjoining the Shell Emporium. said that Williams'\ At ConventionMrs. Quinton reported that approxl- JJ
cu let this internationally aeel&lmed :- Local rider Doyle Haulcombof FFA delegatesat mately 200 sewage permit have A Square Dance that will be '
of sign
hit at popular prices Lake Harbor, fresh from afirst Evans gets ran and a struck yield right 1960 Ford way Station Evelyn K. Nash and Jeff been Issued and approximately free to all Ex-Kane Kutters will !
a I
loch said. The movie was filmed place win in Tampa, will Duncan C. Nash of the Beardsley-Nash Insurance 100 connections: have been made.A be held In Sugarland Auditor
with 42 International stars be on hand with his new Bui- CAP promotionDon Wagon driven by Agency are In Miami conventionDavid report of collections on assessments lum Friday evening, starting at ,' 'f y
Murrow Jr., 16, causing an estimated
ui Is based on the book by taco. Top riders from all over Murrow today for the May meeting of for street paving I o'clock, announces Dave ,

Cornelius Ryan and released by the state will be at both events. Evans, finance officer of 1630 damage. Carolyn the Florida Association of In- Hester, Cecil Akin, Joe projects' Nos. 4 and 5 showed Stockman, caller. ,.c '
Patrol by
:JIb Century Fox. Other local: riders\ competing the Clewlston Civil Air was accompanied surange agents at the Fontaine- Davidson and Donnie Yoder left approximately $3,000 is now delinquent. A11lntere.ted In square due'M, ,
and Owens. There were
The movie will be shown atun will be Dean Dyess. Don Short- Squadron has ,been promoted Cox Kay bleau Hotel Tuesday for Daytona Beach, The, commission soJernigan tag are Invited to attend. ,
fc Dixie and Ken from M/Sgt to 2nd Lt. upon no injuries. where they are spending this
Clewlston '
beg of
nacy of ofIcers' Damage to the 1956 Ford
b1Jean of six volumes
cIDnJn> 4e and Akins of Pahokee completion Dr and Mrs. Clifford Beatty week at the annual convention
He has truck driven by Williams was
ell continue !through Wednesimy The South Bay races get underway accumulated training over courses.129 squadron estimated at 1290 by the officer. and children of Danville, Ill arrived of the Florida Future Farmersof heads IDi

June 17, Koch, said at 2 p.m. The fence to the city playgroundwas Tuesday night to visit his America. their j H
points.In Accompanying them is /
weeks' issue of the damaged and a load of fill mother Mrs. Betty Beatty. They

News last the name was erroneously dirt was scattered on the street will attend, the and wedding Miss of Christine Dr advisor: Robert agriculture L. Rogers teacher, vocational toClewlston crusade ter\
/ Lionel Beatty
S//ces tell Kiwanis Evans.reported as Edwards Instead c which' w.. was removed by city Glddens Sunday afternoon. High SchooL cancer

of A Cancer Crusade will t b sClub. Carl Hornsby, who presided \ ,I'
"
"
launched in Clewlston this week said the directors had approved "

Club of city growth under the leadership of Will P. the drive as a club project "

awards annual contractsThe Jernigan. member of the Clew and Jernigan had volunteered

Commission Iston Rotary Club, which sought to lead it this year. '"

Fred C. Sikes city commls- higher than other cities. We use as a public service, to obtain Rotarians and their wives are

fir, gave Klwanlans an up to this revenue to keep taxes at a leadership for the drive this to be guests of the Belle Glade

lilt dubs progress report .t lower level, he said. were Jerry WarreD LaBelle Earl Leslie Sutro and Garfield stand In owo.lnithe Fort Den. :year. Club at a barbecue to Belle
lilt of county
board
heon meeting Wed- Presently the tax rate is 15% Hendry annual: and J. L. Boiler Machinery Co., D. Rogers. and bridge. Jernigan said 'The Crusadeis Glade Saturday evening, climax-
" awarded ,
fcy at the Inn. mins. If we were to meet our commissioners Orlando. The' drainage tax levy of BoV- now organized and ready to tog the attendance contest between *

likes 1233,565.00 budget with tax revenue contracts for gss and oil heavy and lee Drainage District was approved The board approved a 'resolution go, although we are a coupleof the three Glades area

Health noted tttt the Stab the mfflage would have to equipment maintenance, Insurance on county vehicleswas and certified by the to the Corps of Engineers: months behind the rest of the clubs during the first quarter of

'"**! Department and the be Increased'' 11.75 mQls. The Insurance at the June meeting awarded to Sam A. Stephens board and referred to the Us and U.S. Congressmen from state. Clewlston will surely respond 1964.

bolt Government had given aty is presently transferring\ Tuesday, awarded one paving Inc., company, Fort My assessor Florida, for vacation of the spoil to the Cancer Crusade

awake apProval of the phase ,one excess of 18.000 a month from Job and accepted a high bid on ers at $12*, subject to approval The board set a special meeting area covering the property of liberally. We to Rotary felt this ,Teach children
faculties old International .
Robabl9h and that in all the revenue fund\ into the general sale of the county's of the policy. Others bidding at 7:30 p.m., Monday June Dr O. ,Robert Koopman near was such an important service: your

1IQjJd begin the second phase fund. By taxing the utilities truck. were Thelma Peters, Nationwide 15 to canvass the Bolles Drainage Fort Denaud.M. that! it must not be psssed up traffic safety

iWy sooner than' reVo more people share the operation Cities Service OH Companywas and Insurance Co., and District election, and to even one single year.

has heeq e1Dccted Public Interest colt of the City other thanproperty low bidder on the.2099 gas Bill Cochran. work on the annual budget .. O. Davis was granted' a "Rotarians volunteer for service

The' great he said owners. oil contracts offering and .1212 per Holland Paving Company was State Attorney Frank Schaub lease of 7V4 acres of land adjoining projects of the club when
II 8OrnmlJ.\oaer\ noted that noted that gallon for gasoline the county to include members, and I
1955, the The speaker also Diesel fuel at La- awarded contract for pavingNobles has requested his lodge on the LaBelle they become
city for
1m! contained trsnsfornSr the City loses an undetermined per gallon gaBon for Road, North LaBelle, on $225 per year to its budget Airport property for a bird sanctuary feel sure that the club members
147
from mobile Belle, and J07 per toward service of a special will have difficulty: finding\ \
ltatlooa amount of revenue gallon low bid of $8.0 8.ao. Others bidding -. at a cost of $25 per year no
capable .1212
la of 2,786 KVA. exempt gasoline and per for his office to workers to assist them
1963 the I1stem homes which are fuel at Clewlston.\ were Crabtree Construction Invettlgstor Senator Elmer: Friday and! volunteer
111 had tax as for Diesel dealing with indigent cases. tentative-nominee J. R. In this work."
!set cent In from personal property bidders were Gulf 00. Co., J.: F. Whlteaker and Fota
-tabled au tran.former eight ;Y.arl', long as they purchase a tag and Others OH and Atlantic Oil son, and Curcle Brothers, Ina. _'The LaBelle Beta Sigma Phi Spratt discussed with the com The' city map was used as a
tapeble ItatIaas have wheels. -Standard The county sold its old Inter chapter requested a donation of missloners the possibility of deleting basis for assigning areas to various

lan ce JII\1\ of 1963 of IIM 1tVA. Sikes anticipates the new tax dealers. Co., Clewlston. national truck to E. M. Anderson approximately $350 to purchasea reconstruction of SR $44 club members; each to.

% It hat been roll which will be presented to Kelly Tractor heavy equip LsBelle, who offered $226 wheel chair and a hospital from the county's secondaryroad turn win recruit volunteer workers
.dd1ticJaa1
Ownrnato 1.780 ltV Z5 tru. July as ,being up J492.S40 of was low bidder on with the tollowlng the highest of four bids. bed for its ,Loan Closet project. list, and replacing' it will* to help cover* -',the area assigned

A- .which >ppr xlmatdy; o.ooo ment maintenance hour commissioners voted to The Clewlston Chamber of. reconstruction of Pacific Ave- him.
) 15. : The
labor per
tlae homestead.The bid: Commerce was granted per* In Clewlston. The club has assumed only .
nut
meQ will be exempted by hour welder.$7JO fence the entire Cannon Hammock
p\ hased 1 .SEW Commissioner closed by helper, $:US per : and recreationalarea mission to ;erect a Welcome: Chairman H. 8. Parkinson the responsibility for conductingthe ..
travel charge picnic .. I
!een5 'Dd male: last ;year the commenting: of the paving project per hour; 10 cents per on suggestion of J. R. sign on county property cast of presided at the meeting. Attending Crusade, said Jernigan. The
had by the for field work Oewiston on US 27. The board were Commissioners R. American Cancer Society will TURHINGCARSCity
- .1mott tripled to u..aJolWB. .. : being undertaken for turning Spratt, president of Alioo., Inc.,
The aurve1ln' en. Oty and property owners joInt- ,mfle; labor charge set for D I owner of the" lanoV The fencing: Instructed the clerk to" write a C. Nowling. W. B. Barron operate the eastern Hendry I
&Ineer pins and bushings letter of' appreciation to the Oration George and Campbell unit under Its own oranlutioD.
.lt1rnate. paving\ programis faculties which county
that by un ly. The present and material win Improve the
eu ty wm purchase S9.500.000 estimated to COlt 1129.000 of tractor, $110.; labor rebuilding D 7 art open to the public for use. Chamber for its recent action: \ ,Kail. County Attorney Carlo The Rotarians have of Clewiston 4

which property owners will charge for automatic The board approved deputy In notifying the Okeechobee: Dickey and Road and Bridge taken on the fund drive only.
Sakes tower roller with Association of its dis. \ E. R. 'Thomas- Jernigan discussed the driveat
J Doted that an estimated *J.ro bonds for Raymond M. Waterway Superintendent
the City have to pay servicefor sheriff
same '
%ke* rate one'effort to hide the eleo- per front foot on streets to be welder top roller$22 each, $15.: Other bidders Tools, Hayward D. Cross, Jr., satisfaction with the OWA't, son. Monday's, meeting of Rotary Police Department

which 1. somewhat paved.
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I wouldn't burp for Judge have no authority until
Page Two T OC CLEWISTON NEWS aewiston Fla.! county: attorney Dave Alston petted but wm Wobablymmay
FOLLIESBy formal charges have been
placedIn betct.
Thursday, June 11, 1964 a defeated C E. Miner for county FULLER'S a SSmllUon. In about
Sonny SezFor commlSllonerand: M. E. Von If I don't explode I'll pass out court which Is time consum The Chlldren> bro
Haven't slept log In this Instance, the
J't'LLE& from exhaustion. case Wards mfll1lrhDt
Mach defeated W W. Hooks for AL of the
THE CLEWISTON NEWS school board. for four days. Been staying up P\lbie: ,

Mrs I. M. Patton entertained Do you really know what all night reading up on what ,
Published. every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, dewiston those who knew Jaap at bridge for guests from you've been eating lately?' I'm liable to eat the next day

Florida, by The dewiston News, Inc.. a Florida Corporation. Bidder during his stay In Clew- Tampa. Well, I Just found out, and
Iston while working with Reynolds -
Entered as Second das Matter February 1, 1927, at the ever since I've had that "un-
and Smith, here is a typical TWENTY TEARS AGO Denslow wins
Post Office in Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of Jewel "rve a wonderful comfortable uneasy feeling" YOUTH
.
(From Qewattoa
News To tell the truth I almost tossedmy S
March 3, 1879.
time, which me reminds at Jane I, 144) cookies: English award

i yoRIO4 NATIONAl EDITORIAL Florida." Jaap Is a young en- Clyde H. Wilson, state attorney You Just can't Imagine what
% gineer from Holland who is presently Denslow Jr. of Dew-
David A.
was the commencement
manufacturers are
I! 4AI lt :I611 Tt::: and Mrs.touring Jim Europe Beardtley with Mr.as speaker as Msuryne Prewltt crazy adding gloop to foodstuffs these days. iston who; received week his bachelorof at Earl- m RODEO
4 /:: acnvlV Pf > Frances Jordan, Kathleen Lewis And I really! should keep this arts degree this
.1. aIll Ha their driver. The card was to Joann Long, Kathrlne Web discovery to myself except thatI ham College, Richmond, Indiana

0 y Subscription Rates f 4.00 per year Rev. Dave Denslow and was ton Jackson (valedictorian), hate to be sick alone. Misery was awarded the Anna
y cj (Return Postage puaranteed) written In Senile Mary Mathis (salutatorlan) loves company: and an that Jazz. Eves award at commencement:

/, grlONoil BERYL BOWDEN Publisher It balled -ss-like rain Tuesday Frances Sutton Medford Duna- I stumbled upon this diabolical exercises Sunday at Richmond.The Moore Haven Fla.
and award for "Excellencein
way Eric Thomas received enllghtment while munching was
S. H. STALLS Managing Editor
afternoon with of the
some largest -
their diploma. Katherine Jack tasty m-Wts call, the use of the English langunge
Telephone: Business: and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 "stones" here. on some very
ever seen
Advertising Rates application. The management son received the American Legion ed corn chips. They were so both written and oral
b on reserves At home it was the first time
the right to reject objectlonal advertisement! Award. yummy that curoslty led me to throughout his college career"and
any
for the to
NEWS daughters see ball. The RAF cadets at Riddle what in the world carried with It. cash prize June 13
THB tiiumM no ruponitfellltjr for the return of un- wonder anyone
I .ollolted mtnuicripu or photograph .. By the time Daddy got home Field organized! a 5 piece or. could do with plain ol' corn of $1(10.( and ]14/|
I u imM no financial' b the Jar contained: mostly rain-
.m.r: tlloOrt.:4: : to
graphical ooramluloni In dv.rU.*ro:nt water but chests which played for dancing to transform it into such a bite Young Denslow will return
;correctly : they were Just as at the Cadet Club, organis- delight Clewlston Friday and spend the
enthused as if they had. preserved ed and maintained, in the west her in preparation for
!. the event a time element would render the correction ralu* The ingredients were listed summer
the N.... will rduc the of the advrtlin br asr it for eternity of
teat prlo wing of the present ;Pioneer entering the graduate school Saturday 8
amount equal to the percentage of the total epees a* the rroa- -SS- on the back of the bag The p.m. Sunday 2:30:
oua or omitted copy rprMnid.Let's .. Apartments for the use of the first three things definitely belonged economics at Yale Universityin PolII.
There has been a great deal Cadets September.
there corn, vegetableoil
of publicity on TV and newspapars
The Floyd-Stein chain of and salt But WHY did they
than before
more it
ever

; Make It Our Flag Again. the seems flag, on means Flag to Day us.:and what Crystal theaters from purchased Mrs Mary the.Hayes Dixie other have to constituents go on and? Such reveal as Tri-the Petition filed with Dance Saturday night after Rodeo

Davis and sent U. T. Koch from calcium Phosphate ButylatedHydroxyanlsole
As sit and
we day by day
By General Anthony C. McAuliff> count: the freedoms that art Daytona here as manager. ; Butylated county judgeA -
Today was D-Day, many Hydroxytoluene; and Propyl CaI-
When I was a boy vowing: up, we lived in a large vanishing or being limited, Clewlston boys were invadingthe late Yuuck! petition has been filed in New Rodeo Arena located
time, somewhere,
threestory brick house. Like every house on the street, it must some stop the present momentum we beaches of France. This discovery was not only; the county: Judge's court for on US Z 27)

had a flagstaff set in an iron clamp just under the sill of and probably the place to Mrs John A. Stone was seriously sickening, It was terrifying. I custody of the three minor chil-

the center window on the top floor. start is the beginning. Realizing III in a Tampa Hospital mean, I remember enough about dren of Lorian William Larson
On the mornings of certain holidays before he came and "regaining" respect and expected to go to St. Paul, chemistry: to know how some and Mary Margaret Larson of

down to breakfast, my father would run the flag up. Other for the flag and Its basic prin Minn.: to stay with her daughters powerful explosives are for Clewlston.
fathers on the street did the same, and when we came out ciples.In when she was able to mulated. Know what TNT standsfor The Larson parents recently
to play-never any school on those days a flag flew from this modern world In travel. ? Tri-Nltro-Toluene. plead not guilty to a charge of
almost every house.In which we live and "let Joe do Mrs. E. J. Smith entertainedthe It wouldn't hive been so bad contributing to the delinquencyof t1QDRIVING
minors and held in {
the winter or late fall when the trees were bare, the it", we are too busy to atop Co-Pilots Cub, composed: of when I read I'd Just eaten some the custody of are being Sheriff Earl \
wives of Riddle Field inltrue-
talking and to the TRIcalcium and HydroxyTOLUlNE -
flags fairly shone, as If freshly painted. In summer they pay respect Dyess, pending the posting of
tore
would be dappled with shade the colors muted but passing Flag, to plan and observe but I quickly retrievedthe
reassuringly $250 cash bonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Collyer Vienna tin, ;
national holidays, weighour empty sausage '
familiar behind the curtain of foliage. political representatives moved to West Palm Beach tossed away moments earlier Deputy Sheriff Calvin Swindle
We were a little more boisterous and brave on those where the family will remain dangerof has signed a petition seeking to
and their views, afraid to support to see if there was any
I days. Those of us who owned bicycles wove ribbons of a man with 9ur" ideas when he Is sent to South America mixing other tricky cheml-" place the children in a 'de- i
colored crepe paper through the spokes so that when we rather than get on the bandwagon by the U.S. Engineers. cali. serving" home because of the COSTs.

rode along they would turn into red, white and blue cart- with the apparent win- Lordy, but did that empty can gross neglect in their present
e wheels. ner. until the majority take TEN TEAM AGO tell some bad news. Sodium home. ..

Later in the day, if the weather was good, there wasa an Interest in our county, state (From dewhfan News Nitrite! Now I had gone and Since the formal charges have

picnic, or at least a walk in the park. And there were and federal Government lone 10, 11541) done It. Inside my own Jolly! been made, the children have Check
speeches. We listened and suspected they were importanteven we are in for continued: trouble. A half hour thunderstorm and belly I'd apparently mixed TRI been staying in the home of Mr.

if we didn't fully understand them. But there were. also rain damaged several buildings, calcium, sodium NITRITE and and Mrs Paul Akin, with the
bridges, plate glass windows, TNT sloshing -- Those
the flags and we knew what they meant HydroxyTOLUENE. approval of Judge Broward Par.
etc in Clewlston. around inside of me every- sons, pending the disposition of
Flog Belonged to Us It's Now Three drivers in three separate time I moved. the ease '
History Brakes
cars dozed at the wheels Couldn't even go home in this Th Clewlston Ministerial Association e \ .
Many of the stories we read in school had to do with and wrecked their vehicles on great hour of tribulation because has taken an active : ,
I the flag, and so did the compositions we laboriously wrote. THIRTY YEARS AGO the road between Clewliton and my kids were there. Chip part In securing funds, clothing .- Brakes are not safe

; It is hard to say exactly how we felt about it Usually, we (From CfewlaUn News South Bay. usually! greets me with a sharp and medical assistance along when not in shape
spelled it with a capital 'T'. One thing was clear and Jane 8, 134)) Mrs. W. Dean King, crusade Jab to the solar plexus Rente with interested Individuals. Let us adjust or reline -

t simple: the Flag belonged to us and we belonged under its Judge George Whltehurst ruled. chairman, announced that Hen- Jumps me from behind and we Considerable community Interest S -,-.- them now I
that the special act of 1933
requiring has oversubscribed !its
ample folds. dry quota all fall in a withering heap.Blooey has been taken and it is
,.. Americans have always looked change with less the county commission: for the American Cancer Society The whole neighborhood hoped that some established
upon to make division of racing funds
and that $1,32900 has been
I I fear than other who would be leveled. procedure will be the outcomefor : Redish
any people ever lived. Visitors never with the school board was not received. Servi c
tire of making this discovery and using it to explain our constitutional: because it had Miss Mary Emma Ireland and revelations.And there Remember are other terrible about handling similar Instances.At ...

amazing history. Probably they are right It is unlikely not been propertly advertised Robert C. Bird were married in Strontium 90 which is used In the present, law enforcement
officers have
no place to take
I that a Nation afraid of change could have grown: so quick before passage. the First Methodist Church. He atomic bombs Well the label

ly in so many ways. A sandbag dike was erected was a member of the school on the dill pickle I'm so fond of make dependent arrangements children and themselves have to, Phone 2-9471 for Free PicJwp & Delivery Bema I

But in the process of change and growth, we may have by a crew of 50 laborers workIng faculty and she was employedIn says they contain: Polyiorbate as best they.can. Reportedly the Sugarland IIwy. ClewistoJ

lost that clear and simple sense of belonging. The Flag was round at night the to clock keep with the floodlights flood- the VS. Engineer office.41INT'oPw 80. It may not be as bad as sus Juvenile counselor and county

a personal symbol, as personal as the pride in our heartor waters west of Dewiiton from
j. our most secret daydreams of still
glory. Today, we submerging the cane fields In
.
respect the Flag and teach our children to respect it, but the area.
i" with the self-conscious: respect accorded to someone else's In the primary election the

Z valued possession.A Lewiston precinct voted 445 of ON
flag is created by the living experiences of people. Its 465 qualified voters.

I 1 It embodies not sentiment but history. It can have no character Hendry County voted for CHEVROLETmakes
1 other than that which we bring to it Claude Pepper for U.S. Senate; Boots Guides Gas a Ice''

t; But where the Flag has always been an official emblem K. Jiardin Peterson for Congressman Fishing Tackle Supplies

it seems.to me that nowadays it is becoming an ; Herbert Csro and
.
t< Johnson'sFishing
14'4 I emblem of officialdom. It welcomes honored visitors to our Lester Wells for railroad commissioner :

''ii t a 'I- country and accompanies our own dignitaries abroad. It attorney Arthur, Roy Stubbs Comes for for state state Camp all types of trucks
quality
I...r' t :flutters over post offices and other public buildings. It doesr' senator and L. 0, Gravely for aewbtoa.no.
... t.: not t belong to us; it belongs to the government
;
r' --
I } Assumes Supreme Moaning

.'f .
1 .
,..r To a soldier, one moment above all others during

: which the Flag assumes supreme meaning. It is when the
r I last volley is stilled and the Flag is gently removed and

i r carried to where the mourners stand. A man has given; his

i best to his country and she, in turn, gives back her best

acknowledgement colors.

n 't' It has been the lot of our lifetime to wage wars for ourr

freedom and our Flag. We have preserved them both, and

i even added two more stars.. Now, by flying the Flag, per-

{ I II, 1 haps we can help our children discover what it once meant sea,

'f to us. ,
.t
1 t We may even if we're fortunate, capture that same

: 1\\ .f' .feeling ourselves. .. ,?

't t t, t (Reprinted( from Army Reservist Credit line THIS WEEK r. h ,
lemma "ale'er
t Magazine) ,
'
I'

I ';<:t i' Dangers of lawn mowing


I I Summer time and the rainy season combine to double

the lawn-mowing chores in South Florida, and to double the
a
# dangers from this supposedly routine Job, also. e 1

p Actually, there are many injuries every year which: result a 1 /e/ o a
from use of that common piece of machinery, the pow
4 er lawn mower. We tend to become careless about often '

i" i repeated Jobs,-they are routine, and so is our approach e/ 111 e 1 eel'.
to them.

.1 A power mower than throw a small rock a hundred ,

_t feet or more through the air with such force that it breaks a 1 C. e

window,-or hits a child with force enough to injure it 1 e 1

!r seriously. It can also chop off more than the grass: over e /1 o e

JJI .. which it is guided-;-witness some missing toes and lingers ,lu

of former operators.

There are some safety rules which should be reread

occasionally by those who operate power mowers. ft!

, I 1. Read the Instructions which came with your mower, CHEVROLET
and keep them in mind.

2. Make a careful inspection of the lawn you are goIng Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals
0
.... to cut and remove all sticks and stones: small rocks:: '
: such as get Into our lawns from our street edges are dan n the Go Need Milk Gals On the &

t&1 W' gerous. Need Milk Gals '
On the
3. Keep your hands and feet away from the blades. o Go Need'

4. Always start your engine\ out of doors-not in a garage Milk Gals .On the Go Need Milk G; Check the T y.T
'
5.or. Above utility all-do room. not add gasoline while the engine is als On the Go Need Milk Gals On truckfahjwat your ChevroletChutk" dealer's! __

.,- running. You may be surprised, but many people try to do the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go 1>-

b i I this 6.every Do not years.leave your mower with the engine running: ;Need Milk Gals On the Go Need IVlilk '' "

P t. .,''i ALWAYS turn it off. Gals On the Go Need Milk Ga'' Wells Motor Inc.
I 7. Never permit a small. child to operate. a power Co.
r mower.Make Is On"the Go Need Milk Gals On tO ,

your lawn-mowing chore a safe one. Otis COSMIC! ov SOVT_FLOSlM' le4_ Sugarland Highway
Clewiaton
FIa. Yt1
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ball" Youth Board Qewiston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON. : NEWS Page Three corners of the world."'
Js Monday Junior
"play night league, Thursday, June 11, 1X4 'Let's see how creative our
elects officersThe winner can be this Year."


little major will open June following students were U of Fla. contest delivered Entries to should: Homecoming be mailed Slogan or-

, miner leaguers elected by the student body of opens Contest, Florida Blue Key
23rd for dewlston High School to nerve office at the University of Florida
13-16
the Roo on the Youth Board of Wether- for in Gainesville and must be
repre.eaUnl Homecoming Slogan
!III American Leo aid Youth Center for the 1964- in the office by midnight
Club .nd the The junior baseball age group, 65 term .
the 19M IJtaJor beginning in September July 8.Put
post wID League opell.ealOa city SpirniA 7iJwlJ operating under Junior-Senior the name ofdewiston : GAINESVILLE, Just five Homecoming la set for Oct. winning slogans have

at 1:15: at tile League will its Major (two members from each minutes thought and a five-cent 11 and 17 when the University been "Gators Appear on the
niibt rk under the d1recUoo of schedule on June open 23rd summer accordIng grade are elected) postage stamp could mean big- of Florida Gators meet the University Mew Frontier," "Gators Pace
Recreation De- prize dividends for the winning of South Carolina Gamecocks the Race in Space" and "Fu
CltwltOll! to Woody Carruthers
recreation Grade 12: Elaine McConville entrant of the University of on the football field. ture Meets Past in Gitor's Big
cit JlnTisilsted lnrthisun June zt m. v. S.M.U. July 29 Am. Legion vs S.14.U. director. This league will Michael Roberta Florida Homecoming Slogan Entries must be original and Blast" "
also be under the direct leadership .

Ernie Hill. V.F.W. vs Am. Legion Lions Contest no longer than seven words in I '
by Coach vs Rotary of Coach Ernie Kill and Grade 11: Jan Brantley Last year' ,prizes included: a ,'
rat 100 boys have been June 29 Rotary vs S.M.U. August 2, I, 4, 5.District and will Include boys between the Bobby Hare The contest which opens Monday length. cruise for two in the Caribbean '' I '
for several weeks In Lions vs Am. Legion State Tournaments. ages of 1J-18. June >, and closes midnight Theme for this year's contestis and a stereo set. :
g.\ for the summer July; 1- Elks vs V.F.W. August 10-Little Major League Games will be played on Grade 10: Bruce McConville Wednesday, July; I, U "Operation Education." Prizes for this year's winner t i1.; .
rimes have been sched- Am. Legion vs Rotary Playoffs Tuesday and Thursday afternoons Lawrence Worth open to everyone and all homecoming Slogan I Chairman Richard have not yet been announced.Y: j I
?, IS and 100: on MoDWednesdaY July; I VF.W.vs S.M.U. Game 1-2nd place team vs 4th activities will be built x
at ; at 1:00 and 5:00: p.m. at Grade 9 Donna Morrison Thompson Port St. Joe, suggested -
ind FridaysYlS Elks vs Lions place team Sugarland Park. The complete : around the winning slogan. that the timeliness of ;
and J !T ZI, July; 6 V.F.W. vs Rotary Game 2-1st place team vs 3rd schedule will be announced: next Bobble Waters the World's Fair might be a J

pIa3Olf' to be scheduled In o ilk vs Am. Legion place team week. Grade 8: Judy, Brantley takeoff point for the Homecoming '
July; I Lions vs S.M.U. August 12, Game 1 Losers bracket degg Hooks Slogan PIZZASugarland 1 ;
complete schedule as soW Rotary vs Elks finals Rosters for the, four teamsare tlonal cemetery, Dixon said, in "After all, the University's
Coach HOI Uto as July; 10- Lions vsVT.W. Game 2 Championship as follows: Grade 7: Brenda Waldron which burial is desired any veteran Homecoming Is a happy time
S.M.U. vs Am. Legion Game KIWANIS CLUB: Richard Akin, Lull DeArmas county; service officer: will for returning alumni. Their education Pharmacy .
I: lcWuIea.m. L. W. Howard, Jimmy Crock- provide Information and other at this has
LHI1I8 July; 13 Rotary vs Lions University;
Melee. 1- 5:15: S.U.U. vs Elks Lessons ballet ard, Tony Harper, Jerry Wall assistance In filing burial request equipped them to use their YU 2.3311a.o'1ok
ton, Edwin Cato, Terry Rider, Rodeo dance
Came 2 1:00VlI. : July; 13 Am. Legion vs V.F.W. applications. knowledge and training in many
ors Have S.M.U. vs Rotary life saving class Billy WllUford, Terry Walden,

U-Rotary vs Am. Lel108.M.U. July; 17 Am. .Legion vs Elks vs LIoD'V..W. sign-up Satuylay> Bruce Billy Davidson Taylor, ,Gary Ricky Moorman MIller, highlightweekend MH ; :<':W" + .'W' : \ ,
VF.W.H :
Lions. vi vs Elks July; 20 Rotary vs Am. Legion Registration for swim lessons, Steve Sexton, Gerry Weaver, ":' .. F, '... ; \ : 1\\:+. t"ft.. :w': .:
Perry Spurlln, Lavonne Sher- ,
vs V.F.W. S.MU. VI V.F.W. water ballet, and life laving t5i W < .
Rotary
tell Larry Hall Ray Taylor, ;
Elks July; 22 Lions vs Elks will be this Saturday June 13, "
Legion vs ,' ..
f.
UAm.SMU. vs Lions Rotary vs VF.W.July from Ml a.m. and from 1:30-: Adel Sotolonia, Leonard Hunt. l' "' ; .. ,.,. ""I. "" ', '' J '
24 Am. Legion Elks (:00 at the desk VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT)' The Glades County Youth .' :i ". )- .
Elks vs RoUry vs p.m. of the C. : .: ; : : '; \ l' ,
8-VFW. vs Lions SMU. vs Lions S. Mott Swimming PooL Rodney Booker Bobby Hare, Livestock Show, Inc., Is sponsoring ::i : :; : I :
Bill Lawrence, Bruce McCon- its first Youth Rodeo this
27 Elks Rotary
Legion VI S.M.U. July; vs To be eligfbl for swim lessons .
24Am.
V.F.W. vs Lions ville, Earl Forshee, Larry WU. weekend in Moore Haven, with
vs Rotary each student must be S .
Lions Word, Jerry Waters, .David performances Saturday eveningat I -
years of age on or before June j
13, 1964. This session will last Armstrong Gaynem Rackstraw, 8:00 p.m. and Sunday afternoon :.:; : .
3 weeks and another session Jimmy Nelson, Bobby Redlsh, at 2:30 p.m. > : :

HONOR YOUR NATION will follow Immediately.Any Richard Blount, Charles Bishop, Reglsteration has been goodin y t:
girl who is an Intermediate James Hill, Rocky Montgomery, the events which Include: bull
by displaying the flag on Flag Day. swimmer or better is eligible Carlos Orta, Alberto Pans, Jerry riding, barrel racing, cutting,
Honor your God for the water ballet team. Manning Danny Quinton, pole bending and calf roping for \
by attending church on the Lord's Day Boys and girls who have Steve Patterson Ronnie Hues the two groups of 12 and under

reached the age of 12 and are GIDDENS FURNITURE: Dickie aDd 13-1S year old groups. The
". .. Let us offer to God acceptable not older than II years or who Campbell. Cesar Martinez, .contest will be divided with the
'' worship, with reverence and awe." are students In the seventh to Doug Rudd, Tony Miller Henry exception of cutting: horse II.rrj I
Bowden, Mandy Morrell Jerry which is to all.
Hebrews 12:28. tenth school grade inclusive are open !:.
Smith, Lawrence Worth, Dennis -
be used to help
eligible to take life-saving and Funds will
Presbyterian Church qualify for Junior Lifesaving Postal Mike Bennett, Warren payoff the construction cost of .
Community
Fletcher, Tommy Akin, Jim
certificates.To the new arena on US 27 and to
407 Royal Palm Avenue HIDe Robert "jI
Carithers. Eugene ,
HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister qualify for Senior certificates provide activities for the youthof t I '
Rosier, Ellis dark, Jimmy
4] A11 Bible School 6:00 P.M. Youth Fellowship persons are eligible who the area. ;
Relish, Jerry Taylor Jay Me-
11:00: A.M. Worship have passed their sixteenth As added entertainment a ,: I
Henry, Emory Vlnson.
SERMON SUBJECT birthday or who are studentsIn dance will be held In the Doyle \"
"Does God Really Care For Us?" or above the eleventh grade BEARDSLEY FARMS: Larry Conner Agricultural: Building .. I
Schneider, Seth Howard, Gary
'
in school. Immediately following the rodeo ; 81
Redlsh, Don Yoder Bobby which will be to the public. e \YYY "..
open .
Rambler" Classic 770 Four Door Sedan r;
Jones, Smltty Polhlll, Wayne


lewiston Church Directory Lang Moss Johnson, Kenny Danny, Jimmy Strickland Kreldler, Rudd,,,Sammy Danny Steve Softball gameis POWERFUL V-8 ,SURPRISE ';:."


Bell, David Flik, Gary Wilcox, '"

Danny Golden, John Brown, This smart and sporty Rambler Classic has more V-8 power I
1CH OF JESUS CHRIST COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Clegg Hooks, Bob Haliell,.Jimmy rescheduledRain "

Booker Point 407 Read Fain Arcane 102 E. Venture Avenue Davis.Playground. than the standard V-8 in a top-size Ford or Chevrolet, has ), I
Piul Strickland Pastor Henry H. Ford Minister Rev. Leon M. Gsbmrell caused postponment of

i.m.-Sunday Schools.m.Mbrnlng ':45 a.m.-Sunday School. Interim Pastor the softball game between Rainbow virtually same room,handles and parks lot easier,costs t.: t .. :
Worship Worship 9.45: s.m.-Sunday School Girls and DeMolay boys, .
11:00 a.m.-Morning
nadir: 11:00: a.m.-Nuriery in the Parish 11:00: .m.-Morning Service. scheduled for last Friday eve over$230 less,* and has many big advantages at no extra cost .;.,,\ .f,',

pra.:':Prsyer Meeting.rdsy "1:00 p.m.-Westminster House. Fellow. 6 8::00 45 p.2l\-EvenlDa p.m.-Training Service.Union. registrationMonday ning.Weather permitting, the fame that they don't have at all What's more, with the savings of h : ,.t t' .

p.m.-Youth Meeting. ship. Wednesday 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers : will be played Friday evening, this big-room Rambler, you can keep your budget happy and ;'., "! :I,
Wednesday: June 12, .at the city softball > I !
BTCXm PENTECOSTAL 7:30: p.m.-Choir: Practice. Meeting. still splurge on sporty options like reclining bucket seats, ',:j v ;.' "
HOLINESS! CHURCH 8:00 p.m. Midweek Prayer
tata dewtatoe Service. field.Vets console floor shift (manual or automatic) steering :-
power !) I
<*. J. R. Taylor Pastor ST. MARGARETS CHURCH 8:45 p.nu-Choir Practice. Playground registration win info serviceST. j; "" 1\\
BL-Sunday School. Rev. Larkin Connolly be this Monday, June 15, from brakes, windows..or whatever So come on and have ;o';,, .
,
8:00 a.m.-Sunday Mass. 9 until 12 noon for any child
i n-Morning Worship. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
m.-Sunday Evangelistic 7:00 p.m.-sunday Mass. HI W. OaeeeU Avenue who Is In school or who will begin Veterans. PETERSBURG.with peacetime Fla.service -- fun. Take a look at this powerful surprise at your Rambler J ;) "
school this fall Registrationwill
arvlce. 7:00 a.m.-Daily Weekday Mass Rev, David Denslow Pastor as well as those with wartime dealer especially when make extra savings. :
aidsy 7:00 a.m.-FIrat Friday Mass. take place at the Central ,., now you can .
: 9:45 a nu-Church School. service are eligible for
Playground located Just behind '
pa.-Prayer Service. 1:00: p.m.-Flrit Wednesdayeach 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. burial In national cemeteries
the city; tennis courts. The playground
7: month Catholic 6:00 p.m.-Methodlat Youth For both groups, the last periodof Rambler Classic-the
hours have been extended :
I p.m.-Youth Service. Ladles'Altar Society. Fellowship big buy ,
to include the afternoons.The active service must have ter- ,
7:30: p.m.-Evening Study.; minated honorable, M. T. Dixon '
new hours will be from 9-13 :
the Rambler
Saturday: Thursday: during Big Selling Spreei. ,
HTngDE MISSIONARY Instruc in the mornings and from 1.30-: director of the Florida De- ,
sArnsr CHURCH ':30 .nu-Religious 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice.ST. partment of Veterans Affairs, \
rranclsco StreetIra through Friday. The program said today. top-line/ 4-doof sadans with V.8 engine, heater and front Mat baits. '. o.y .
Chester Johnson MAXTCrS CHURLS will run for 8 weeks beginning Reservists who die while performing r
Interim Pastor OF CHRIST (Eptooopat) June 15 with Miss Judy Bern- active duty for training .y
l. .- School JM Sooth Central Avenue yen N. Paeffle bry and Miss Joyce Jones su- also are .eligible Dixon said. '
it-Morning Worship J. J.Sullivan Minister! Rev. dirk tt Dormsn, Vicar pervising. An eligible veteran's wife, husband BEMBRY RAMBLER MOTORS ;

P.IS.-BTC. Sunday: Sunday Services: widow, widower, minor ,
Pffl-Evening Worship. 10:00 Bible School. 7:30: a-nu-Early EucharliL Special Playground Events areas children and, under certain conditions -
1 tIda1. : *:00 a.m s.io--Worship. 10:30: e.m.-Family Service gad follows! ; unmarried adult chil- 321 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewuton Fla. Ph. YU 21201Witch

P HL-Prayer Service. 7:00 p.m.-Worship. Church School: June 19th-Box Hockey Tournament dren, may be burled In I national -
Saints and Holy Days as an- cemetery. ( ,
tR2CR Wednesday: the Award-Winning Danny Ksye Show on CBS-TV, Wednesday evenings -:-,
nounced.
01' GOD 7:30 p.nu-Midweek devotions June 26th-Tetherball Tournament la most national cemeteries, "".
1 ..* rselfle Arcane and Bible Study. Confessions by appointment the veteran and widow (or wife c'

Bey.. Joe Colemaa July Jrd- th of July Party; If she dies first) are burled In T
.
-Sunday School'LMorning HI-HAVEN lurnsT' CHECK July 6th-Playground Swim the same grave
Service.: CHURCH OP JESUS CHRISTAPOTOUC Highway RtRet. Party; The benefit Includes the grave
P. ,-Evenlng Worship FAITH Vie Turner, Pastor July; Shuffleboard Tournament site and actual Interment Including ::

' Jsy: .Sect dewMoe 9.45: ark-Sunday School opening,. closing, and HEADQUARTERSfor .
'Hs-Prayer Service. Bra. Luther Dlxon. Pastor 11:00: a.m -Mornlng Worship. I Jul111lb-Pet Fair marking the grave provided ;

1 10:00 a.nx Sunday SchOoL 1.45: p.nu-Training Union. July 17th-8icycto: Day without charge.Resenrstlons.
'"'-Young People's En- 11:00 a.m.-Preaching. 8.00: pik-Evening Worship.! July ZJrd-DoU ShowJul1I1atTable or applications

deavor. Tuesday: Wednesday: Camel Tournament for burial In a national ceme- SUMMER FUN and GAMES -;
7:30 p-nL-Prayer Meeting. 8.00: p.nr-Prayer Meeting. tery cannot. be accepted before '
* Y Ct1URLR Friday: f Aug. 6th-Arts and Crafts Dls- death. "J ,
SinrUad Aadttactansi 7:30 p.nr-Young Peoples play Although applications. must go
*. Coodrlch, Minister Meeting. CLEWISTON COD ASSEMBIT Of I Aug. 7th-Flayday to the superintendent of the naPA"Not Giant assortment of Friction Toys :
Lm..Blbli School. "

" t4-Cominunjoa Warship Service.ConununIo and. CALTARY BAPTIST CHURCH US James South F. Klmbrel Frauds Pastor Street 44 C & 88
Sn. . *- Sunday: Guns and Dolls I
and i
Worship Rev. Herb Hlgdon. Pastor 10:00: smSunday School.:

' *-Blble Study.Serrlee. 11:00':45 a.nt am--Sunday Worship School Service. 11.00 11,00:: .nv-MorolBf a.nv Children's] Worship.Church. 90' New Flex-Wall l "Instant" POOL .5' x 12" $ 8.77 : :,

7:00 pjrL BaptUt Training 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service .
"
AU1 Union. Wednesday: No Assembly Needed Just add water 15" $12.88 i : : ,
Service.&ohabood. Ambussdcrs. DaysJudge X
1:00 pm-Worship 7:45: pnw-Christ's. ,, :
'Tuesday: .

paWamtowee study. ':00 pjiu Thursday: end Bible 1 Large assortment of inflatable beach balls, swim rings ( :
Wednesday: 7:30: p.nv-Prsyer "
thlEibliaSt53d7 8:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. -Nast of Prayer. Study. air mattresses, swimming pools

Mlnitry 'Thursday' : Friday:
S0I oo1,1:80 ':00 juo Choir Practice.: 4.00: p.nu-Royal Rangers for I'llAppeal Wide variety of "indoor", games for all age groups a' <

tug t:3o: p.m, Boys. ; '

11"! "Yoggi Berra" Pitch Kit with 36" lifelike, weighted, inflatable ,; ,

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petted l but I wouldn't burp for judge have no authority until wW
Page Two THE!: CLEWBTON NEWS Qewiaton, :Fla. county attorney. Dave Alston FULLER'S FOLLIES Wmllllon. formal charges have been placedin Parsons problbl1 In eorn.berill'e
Thursday, June 11, 1961 defeated C E. Miner for county a about
I'll out court which is time consuming' The I1ro
If I don't explode pas
Sonny SezFor commissioner and M. E. Von Children, Dle
exhaustion. Haven't slept In this instance, the caseMoore wards 11
from of
Mach defeated W. W.,Hooks for By: AL FULLER tIle 1lUble.!
THE CLEWISTON NEWSPublished school board. for four day. Been staying up
Do you really know what all night reading up on what ,
Mrs I. M Pafford entertained
every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, CUwiiton those who knew Jaap at bridge for guests from you've been eating lately? I'm liable to eat the next day.

Florida, by The Clewlston News Inc., a Florida Corporation. Ridder during his stay in Clew- Tampa. Well, I Just found out, and
lston while working with Reynolds since I've had that "un
f Entered a* Second das* Matter February 1. 1927, at the and Smith, here la a typical TWENTY YEARS AGO comfortable ever uneasy feeling". Denslow wins YOUTHRODEO.
Post Office in Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of jewel "I've a wonderful -
(From Owkrtoo News To tell the truth I almost tossed
March 3. 1879. time, which me reminds at June I, 144)) my cookies. English awardDavid (
EDITORIAL Florida." Jaap Is a :young engineer Clyde IL Wilson, state attor- You just can't Imagine what
j ORED4 NATIONAL from Holland who is presently ney, was the commencement crazy gloop manufacturer are A. Denslow Jt. of dew-.
4p U T N touring Europe with Mr. speaker as Mauryne Prewltt adding to foodstuffs these days. Iston, who: received his bachelor -
and Mrs. Jim Beardsley at Frances Jordan, Kathleen LewIs And I really should keep this of art degree this week! at Earl- .
'I' tisrais annum W.-.H..111.1 their driver. The card was to Joann Long Kathrine Wat- discovery to myself except thatI ham College, Richmond In-

0 0 y Subscription! Bate $4.00 per year Rev. Dave Denslow and was ton Jackson, (valedictorian), hate to be sick alone. Misery diana, was awarded the Anna
l' e I9a1 (Return Postage guaranteed)lION written in Berlin. Mary Mathla (salutatorian) loves company and all that jazz. Eve award at commencement
} -58It Medford diabolical exercise Sunday at Richmond.The Haven
Frances Sutton Duna- I stumbled upon this Fla.
BERYL BOWDEN, PublisherS.
hailed like rain Tuesday ,
way and Eric Thomas received enllghtment while munchingon award was for "Excellence
H. STALLS, Managing Editor afternoon with some of the largest their diplomas. Katherine Jack some very tasty td-tilts call, in the use of the English language
Telephone! : business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 "stones" ever seen here. both written and oral
Legion
son received the American ed corn chips. They were so
Advertising Rate on application. The management reserve At home it was the first time Award. led me to throughout his college career"
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! for the daughters to see hall. The RAF cadets at Riddle ;wonder yummy what that curoslty in the world any- and carried with it a cash prize June 13
THE! NEWS tiiumtl no mponclblllty for till return of unsolicited and
mtnuicrlpM:, : or photograph By the time Daddy got home Field organized a S piece orchestra one could do with plain cl corn of '100. 14
THE)errors:NBWS en uiiimei oommluloni no. financial In adv rU ponilblWjr.._nt but If for notifiedof typoStaphlcal the Jar contained mostly rain- which played for dancing to transform It Into such a bite Young Denslow will return to
men vrrori before nest luu *, will reprint corrotlr water tat: they were Just aa at the Cadet Club, organized delight Clewlston Friday and spend the
that part of the b. tontbf: ::the error oeturnd.iMi enthused as if they had. preserved and maintained in the west summer here in preparation for
II the event a time clamant would render tbl correction .olu.- The Ingredient were listedon
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th. advertisement by it for eternity.SS wing of the Pioneer entering the graduate school of Saturday 8
the Hewn will reduce price of the anamount present the back of the bag. The p.m. Sunday 2:30
or omitted equal to cop the repniented.percentare. of the total space e. the erroneous Apartments for the use, of the first three things definitely belonged economic at Yale' University : PJB.
There has been a great deal Cadets In September.
there corn, vegetableoil
of publicity on TV and newspapers The of did
Floyd-Stein chain and salt But WHY they
more than ever before it theaters purchased the Dixie have to go on and reveal the

Let's Make It Our Flag Again the seems flag, on means Flag to Day us.As :and what Crystal from Mrs Mary HayesDavis other constituents Such as Trl- Petition filed with Dance Saturday night after Rod
and sent U. T. Koch from calcium Phosphate, Butylated
we sit and day by day Daytona here at manager. Hydroxyanisole, But yl at. d county judgeA
By General Anthony C. McAuliffe count the freedoms that are
Today was D-Day, many Hydroxytoluene and Propyl Gal-
When I was a boy growing up, we lived In a large vanishing or being limited, Clewlston boys were invadingthe late. Yuuckl petition has been filed in New Rodeo Arena located US
time, somewhere, we on 27
some
beaches of France.Mrs. the county judge' court for
threestory brick house. Like every house on the street, it This discovery was not only
must the momentum
atop present
had a flagstaff set in an iron clamp just under the sill of and probably the place to John A. Stone was seriously sickening. It was terrifying. I custody of the three minor chil-
dren of Lorlan William Larson
the center window on the top floor. start is the beginning. Realizing ] ill In a Tampa Hospitaland mean, I remember enough about Larson ofClewlston.
On the mornings of certain holidays before he came and "regaining" respect expected to go to St Paul, chemistry to know how some and Mary. Margaret
father would the flag Other Minn.: to stay with her daughters powerful explosive are for
down to breakfast,my run up. for the flag and its basic prin- The Larson parents recently
fathers on the street did the same, and when we came out ciples.In when she was able to mulated. Know what TNT stands plead not guilty to a charge of
school those days-a flag flew from this modern world in travel for? Tii-Nltrc-Toluene. '
on
to play-never
any
the
contributing to delinquency
1tU'
Mrs. E. J. Smith entertainedthe It wouldn't have been so bad \\
almost every house.In which we live and "let Joe doit" Co-Pllots Club composed of when I read I'd just eaten tome of minor and are being held in gay
the winter or late fall when the trees were bare, the we are too busy to stop wives of Riddle Field Instructors. TRIcalcium and HydroxyTO- the custody of Sheriff Earl
flags fairly shone, as if freshly painted. In summer they talking and pay respect to the LUENE, but I quickly retrievedthe Dyess, pending the posting of
would be dappled with shade, the colors muted but reassuringly passing national Flag to holidays plan and, weighour observe Mr. and Mrs. Ed Collyer empty Vienna sausage tin, $250 cash bond. 1 DRIVINGCOSTS. ;

familiar behind the curtain of foliage. political ,representatives moved to West Palm Beach tossed away moments earlier Deputy Sheriff Calvin Swindle
We were a little more boisterous and brave on those and their views, afraid to support where the family will remain to see if there wu any dangerof has signed a petition seeking to
I days. Those of us who owned bicycles wove ribbons of a man with "our" ideas when he is tent to South Amer. mixing other tricky chemicals. place the children in a 'de-
I that when ica by the U.S. Engineers. serving" home because of the
colored crepe paper through the spokes so we rather than get on the bandwagon .
i rode along they would turn into red. white and blue cart with the apparent winner Lordy but did that empty can gross neglect in their present .'
C 1 wheels. until the majority takean TEN TEAKS AGO tell some bad new*. Sodium 'home. 1
Later (In the day, if the weather was good, there was Interest In our county, state (From CtewhUoi News Nitrite! Now I had gone and Since the formal charge have
Juno ii, 1954)) done It Inside my own jolly been made, the children have
1 a picnic, or at least a walk in the park. And there were and federal Government Check
j We listened and we are in for continued trouble. A half hour thunderstorm and belly I'd apparently; mixed TRI been staying the home of Mr.
speeches. suspected they were important
j rain damaged several buildings, calcium, sodium NITRITE and and Mr. Paul Akin, with the
even If we didn't fully understand them. But there were also
bridges, plate glass windows, HydroxyTOLUENE. TNT sloshing approval of Judge Broward Parsons Those
the flags and we knew what they meant etc. In Clewlston. around inside of me every- pending the disposition of

I Flag Belonged to Us It's Now Three drivers in three separate time I moved. the case. \ Brakes.ee
,
History cars dozed at the wheels Couldn't even go home In this The Clewlston Ministerial Association ;
Many of the stories we read In school had to do with and wrecked their vehicles on great hour of tribulation be- has taken an active Brakes
the flag, and so did the compositions we laboriously wrote.It TIHtTT TEAKS AGO the road between Clewlston and cause my kids were there. Chip part in securing funds, clothingand are not u!!
is hard to say exactly how we felt about it. Usually, we (From Cfewiahm Newt South Bay. usually greets me with a sharp medical assistance along -- when not in shape
spelled it with a capital "F". One thing was clear and June S. 1934)) Mrs. W. Dean King crusade jab to the solar plexus, Renle with Interested individual Let us adjust or reline
simple: the Flag belonged to us and we belonged under its Judge George Whltehurst ruled chairman, announced that Hen- jumps me from behind and we Considerable community interest ---0=-='. them novel!
ample folds. that the special act of 1933 requiring dry hat oversubscribed its quota all fall In a withering heap has been taken and it is
the county commission for the American Cancer Society The whole neighborhood
Blooey I
hoped that established
Americans have always looked upon change with less to make division of racing funds and that 11,32900 has been would be leveled. some
procedure will be the
outcome
fear than any other people who ever lived. Visitors never with the school board was not received. And there are other terrible for handling similar Instance Redish Servi
: tire of making this discovery and using it to explain our constitutional because it had Miss Mary Emma Ireland and revelations. Remember about At the present, law enforcement .
amazing history. Probably they are right It is unlikelythat not been propertly advertised Robert C. Bird were married in Strontium to which Is used in officer have, no place to take
Nation afraid of change could have before the First Methodist Church He
I a grown so quickly passage.A atomic bombs Well the label dependent children and have to
in so many ways. sandbag dike was erectedby was a member of the school on the dill pickle I'm so fond of make arrangement themselves, Phone 2-9471 for Free Pick-up & Delivery Sem
I But in the process of change and growth, we may have a crew of SO laborers workIng faculty and she was employedin says they contain Polysorbate a* best they.can. Reportedly, the Sugarland Hwy. Clevista
round the clock with floodlights the V.& Engineer office. 80. It not be is bad as sus
i lost that clear and simple sense of belonging. The Flag wasa at night to keep the floodwaters may Juvenile counselor and county
personal symbol as personal as the pride in our heartor west of Clewlston from
our most secret daydreams of glory. Today, we still submerging the cane fields in
respect the Flag and teach our children to respect it, but the area.
with the self-consdous respect accorded to someone else's la the primary election the INISO
valued possession. Clewliton precinct voted 443 of /. N
A flag is created by the living experiences of people. its 46S qualified voters CHEVROLETmakes
I It embodies not sentiment but history. It can have no char Hendry County voted for '
acter other than that which we bring to It Claude Pepper for U.s. Senate; Boats .. Guides Gas Ice'
K. Hardln Peterson for Congressman Fishing Tackle Supplies
But where the Flag has always been an official em-
blem, it seems,to me that nowadays It is becoming an ; Herbert Caro and Johnson'sFishing
emblem of officialdom. It welcomes honored visitors to our Lester Well for railroad commissioner -

country and accompanies our own dignitaries abroad. It Arthur, Roy Stubbs Comes for for state state Camp all types of quality trucksChuck"
attorney.
../ flutters over post offices and other public buildings. It does senator and I* O. Gravely for CI..talonona.Gals ,
not belong to us; it belongs to the government

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'" } Assumes Supreme Meaning
/ I f.
'I I To a soldier, one moment above all others during senassrt
: which the Flag assumes supreme meaning. It Is when the
last volley Is stilled and the Flag Is gently removed and

carried to where the mourners stand A man has given his w
best to his country and she, in turn, gives back her best rpp

I acknowledgement-her colors.
+
It has been the lot of our lifetime to wage wars for our

I freedom and our Flag. We have preserved them both, 'and ,
: even added two more stars. Now, by flying the Flag, perhaps .. vAI

we can help our children discover what it once meant i


t I I to us.We may even, if we're fortunate, capture that same

1 ,feeling ourselves.
I ((Reprinted from Army Reservist. Credit line THIS WEEK
I
Magazine)


I:I I ;,' Dangers of lawn mowing Tii1Eiii


Summer time and the rainy season combine to double
I the lawn-mowing chores In South Florida, and to double the

l&b& dangers from this supposedly routine job, also. I : p ,

11 ". Actually, there are many injuries every year which re- C sea e .
''fJ j' ". suit from 'use of that common piece of machinery, the power
;,3 lawn mower. We tend to become careless about often eee a e Iea

.a repeated jobs-they are routine, and so I is our approach e p' gee ese e

)' to them.A / / / a '
power mower than throw a small rock a hundred / / a / / / '

feet or more through the air with such force that It breaks a -
l'1: j window,-or hits a child with force enough to injure It \r rpw : e ea

seriously. It can also chop off more than the grass over, eCHEVROLf
;1 ). which it is guided--witness some missing toes and fingers __ _

," of former operators. -L

There are some safety rules which should be re-read r
,
1 I if.. occasionally by those who operate power mowers. if! _

c ;: t 1. Read the Instructions which came 'with your mower,' ?
,. and keep them in mind.

+ 2. Make a careful inspection of the lawn you are going On the Go Need Milk Gals O
1' to cut and remove' all sticks and stones; small rocks ,
,tl. such as get Into our lawns from our street edges are dan n the Go Need Milk Gals On the G1'a

$ gerous. Need Milk Gals On.the Go Need''
f 3. Keep your hands and feet away from the blades.

+ 4. Always! start your engine out of doors,-not in a go- Milk Gals .On the Go Need Milk G; Check the T-N-T truck deals
rag or utility room. now'at your Chevrolet dealer's
", a+ i S. Above all do not add gasoline while the engine is als On the Go Need Milk Gals On

t, Wi running. You may be surprised,, but many people try to do the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go 9

a this every years.leave your mower'with the engine running; .;.Need Milk Gals On the Go Need IV "

\\ ,ALWAYSnot It off. :lilk Gals On the Go Need Milk Ga Wells
Motor Inc.
7. Never permit a small! child to operate a power l Co.
\ Is On-the Go Need Milk Gals On t ,

Make your lawn-mowing chore a safe one. o Mist com. .or sours_moon use.....- Suprland Highway Clewiaton
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Youth Qewiston. Fla. THE CLEW1STON NEWS Page Three corners of the world"
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"play/ ball" Monday night Junior league, elects officersThe Thursday. June II, IBM winner'Let's can see be how this creative rear" our

Entries should be mailed or

will open June following students were U of Fla. contest delivered to: Homecoming Slogan
little major leaguers elected by the student body of opens Contest, Florida Blue Key
miner dewUton High School to serve office at the University of FlorIda
23rd for 13-16 on the Youth Board of Wether- for Homecoming Slogan In Galneivllle and must be-
erlcaa Roub aid Youth Center for the 1964- In the office by midnight. "
!nil .ad floe Leos The Junior baseball age group, 65 term beginning In September Julys M

will open the 1964 Litjot operating under the name of : GAINESVILLE, Just five Homecoming; Is set for Oct. Past winning slogans have) '
uague se.son Mont Sp.oJd TifiWA dewliton Junior-Senior Major minute thought and a five-cent 16 and 17 when the University been "Gators Appear on the '
t IB: .t the *> League will open Its summer (two members from each pottage stamp could mean big- of Florida Gators meet the University New Frontier," HGators Pace i
"L grade are elected)
rk uac1er then MM schedule on June 23rd according prize dividends for the winning ; of South Carolina Gamecocks the Race) In Space" and "Fu ,
Recreation PetaL to Woody Carruthers, recreation Grade 12: Elaine McConville entrant of the University of on the football field. ture Meets Fast In Gator's Big "
woodY Carruthers 11 director. This league will Michael Roberts Florida Homecoming Slogan Entries must be original and Blast" t
assisted ID the June 26 -; Elks vs SM.U. July 29 Am. Legion vs S.M.U. also be under the direct leadership ContestTht no longer than seven words In '1
beNt Last year's prizes Included a
1Wl.rl1 VF.W, vs Am. Legion Lions I r
roach Ernie vs Rotary of Coach Ernie Hill and Grade 11: Jan Bradley
III bY h.v. been June 29 Rotary vs S.M.U. August 2. 3, 4, 5, 6-District: and will Include boys between the Bobby Hare contest, which opens Monday length cruise for two In the Caribbean ; ,
1(1)() boY' weeks ID Lions vs Am Legion State Tournaments of 13-18 June 6, and closet midnight Theme for this year's contest and a stereo set &

ciaI for several the .ummer July 1 Elks vs VFW. August 10-LttU Major League ages Games will be played on Grade 10: Bruce McConville Wednesday, July I, Is Is "Operation Education" Prizes for this year's winner .1\\

dos for have been achedIt Am. Legion vs Rotary Playoffs: Tuesday and Thursday afternoons Lawrence Worth open to everyone and all home Slogan Chairman Richard have not yet been announced. :j

Camel 4,13 and 1:00: on Mon- July S VF.W va S.Mu Game 1-2nd place team vs 4th at 3:00: and 5:00 p.m. at Grade 9: Donna Morrison coming activities will be built Thompson Port St. Joe, suggested
t : around the winning slogan.
eSdaY and FridaysJune Elks vs Lions place team Sugarland Park. The complete Bobble Waters that the timeliness of
fed 15 and July 2jyotfi t, July 0 VI'.W, vs Rotary Game 2-lIt place team vs 3rd schedule will be announced next the World's Fair might be a '. .
/ to be scheduled iDI Elk vs Am. Legion place team week. Grade I: Judy Brantley' takeoff point for the Homecoming It

July I Lions vs S.M.U. August 12, Game 1 Losers brack-, Gegg Hooks Slogan. PIZZASugarland I II:
as an- et finals Rosters for the four teamsare tional cemetery, Dixon said, In "After all, the University's '
romp CoachdHill is as July 10-Rotary Lions vs vs V.F.W.Elks Game 2 Championship as follows: Grade T: Brenda WaldronLuis which burial is desired any veteran Homecoming U a happy time Pharmacy ;
Game KIWANIS CLUB: Richard Akin, DeArmas county service officer will for returning alumni. Their education "
SMU. vi Am. Legion!. I
: L. W. Howard, Jimmy Crock- provide Information and other at this University has [
8chedule July 13 Rotary vs Lions YU 2-3311 '
JWIr League ard Tony Harper, Jerry Wal assistance In filing burial request equipped them to use their i'
Came 1 5:15: S.M.U. vs Elks Lessons, ballet, too, Edwin Cato, Terry Rider, Rodeo dance applications. knowledge and training many /': I
Game :t I t:00Vfcttors July 15- Am. Legion vs V.F.W. life class Billy: Wllllford, Terry Walden, -.J i f

HomeS S.M.U. vi Rotary saving Billy: Davidson, Ricky Miller ;
'
.15 S 5-Rotary vi Am. Legion July 17 -VF.W.Am. Legion vs Elks vs Lions sign-up Saturday Bruce' Taylor, Gary Moorman, highlight MHweekend aa'Qi1, : ; o.( ': .' i':." : ,fl:
SMU vi VFW. Steve Sexton, perry Weaver, :..., 'tJt't'fJW.; q d
Wong vi Elks July 20 Rotary vs Am. Legion Registration for swim lessons, Perry Spurlin, Lavonne She jl .
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water ballet ; ,
and life
SJIU. v. V.F.W. saving ,
yf
VFW
notary vi roll, Larry Hall, Ray Taylor,
11_ Am. Legion VI Elk.SMU. July 22 Lions vs Elks will be this Saturday. June 13, Adel Sotolonza Leonard Hunt. .., ". J of t"i
<
from 9-11 and W
Lions Rotary vs VFW. a m. from 1:30-: >
vi DlCPl' The Glades Youth ,
6:00 at the desk VOLUNTEER FIRE County; .
Rotary July :24. Am. Legion vs ElksS.M.U pm of the C. ,\ "
Elks vs Livestock Show, Inc., Is <(
?2- Lions vs Lions S. Mott Swimming Pool. Rodney Booker, Bobby Hare, sponsoring -
VFW vi Bill Lawrence, Bruce McCon- its first Youth Rodeo this
VSS.M.U.lloni July 27 Elks vs Rotary To be .,,
for ,
eligible swim lessons
+,-Alii. Legion ville, Earl Forihee, Larry Wll weekend In Moore Haven, with -" ,m '
vi Rotary VFW. vs Lions each student mutt be 5 Word, Jerry Waters, ,DavidArmstrong performances Saturday eveningat r ; "
years of age on or before June Gaynem Rackstraw I:00 p.m. and Sunday afternoon 1: 't1 Af
13, 1964 This -session will last at 2:30 ::;: 1
3 weeks and,, another session Jimmy Nelson, Bobby Redlsh, : p.m.Reglateration .. .. : ..
Richard Blount. Charles Bishop has been goodIn 'aa
HONOR YOU* NATIONby will follow immediately.Any iT' r.
James Hill, Rocky: : Montgomery, the events which include bull "
displaying the flag on Flag Day, swimmer girl who Is better an Intermediate Is Carlos Orta, Alberto Pees, Jerry riding, barrel racing, cutting, i
or eligible
Honor :your Cod for the water ballet team. Manning Danny QuInton, pole bending and calf roping for :
by attending church on the lords'Day Boys and girls who have Steve Patterson Ronnie Hues. the two groups of 12 and under
I CIDDENS FURNITURE: Dickie and 1J-18 year old groups The
reached the of 12 and
age are
". Let us offer to God acceptable not older than 15 years or who Campbell, Cesar Martinez, ,contest will be divided with the
'' worship, with reverence and awe." are students In the seventh to Doug Rudd, Tony Miller, Henry exception of cutting h o r a e
Hebrews 12:28. tenth school grade Inclusive are Bowden. Mandy Morrell, Jerry which Is open to all.
Smith Lawrence Worth, Dennis Funds will be used to help'
eligible to take llfe-ssvlng and
Postell, Mike Bennett, War ,,
the construction cost of
Presbyterian Church qualify for Junior Lifesaving pay off f
Community
certificates. ren Fletcher, Tommy Akin Jim the new arena on US 27 and to ,
407 Royal Palm Avenue Carithers. Eugene Hlne, Robert
HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister To qualify for Senior certificates provide activities for the youthof
Roster, Ellis Dark Jimmy
4JAM. Bible School 8:00: P.M. Youth Fellowship, persons are. eligible who Redlsh. Jerry Taylor, Jay Mc- the area.
11:00: A.M. Worship have passed their sixteenth: As added entertainment, a
Henry, Emory Vlnson.
SERMON SUBJECT birthday or who ,are studentsIn dance will be held In the Doyle
"Does God Really Care For Us>" or above the eleventh grade BEARDSLEY FARMS Larry Conner Agricultural Building
In school. Schneider, Seth Howard, Gary Immediately following the rodeo

Redlsh, Don Yoder, Bobby which will be open to the public. .
Ramble Chub 770 Four Door St4nPOWERFUL
Jones, Smltty; Polhlll.!. _Wayne
Johnson Jimmy, Rudd, Sammy
llewiston Church Lang, Kenny Strickland Danny V-8 SURPRISEThis
Directory MOil, Danny Kreldler, Steve Softball gameis .
Ben David Flsk, Gary Wilcox

in or JESUS CHRIST COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN lUST BAPTIST CHURCH degg Danny Hooks Golden, Bob, John Halsell Brown, Jim, rescheduled' smart and sporty Rambler Classic has more V-8 power "

Booker Point 407 Royal Palm Avenue 102 E. Ventura Arcane my Davis.Playground. than the standard V-8 in a top-size Ford or Chevrolet has .. t f "
fiul Strickland, Pastor Henry H. Ford Minister Rev. Leon M. Gabmrell Rain caused postponment of '

la-Sunday School 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School. Interim Pastor the softball game between Rain virtually the same room, handles and parks a lot easier, costs i
LDL-Mornlng Worship 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship. >:43 a.m.-Sunday School. bow Girls and DeMolay boys,
11:00: a.m.-Nuriery In the ParIsh 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. scheduled for last Friday eve- over$230 less,* and has many big advantages at no extra cost
pra.-Prayer Meeting. House. 6:45 p.m.-Training Union. I

-8:00: p.m. Westminster Fellow 1:00: pjn,-Evening Service. registration ning.Weather permitting, the game that they don't have at all. What's more,with the savings of I

p-nt-Youth, 7&vrECOSTAL Meeting Wednesday: ship. Wednesday 7.00 p.JD.-omcer.: and Teachers will June be.12' played, at the Friday city evening softball, this big-room Rambler,you can keep your budget happy and .

7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice. Meeting MondayPlayground still splurge on sporty options like reclining bucket seats I,
HOLKESS CHURCH 1:00: pjn. Midweek Prayer ', i'

.Swla 1. R. Taylor Clewistoa, Pastor IT. MARGARETS CHURCH I:45 p.ra--Choir Service.Practice. registration will field.Vets info console, floor shift (manual or automatic), power steering, j I,;

a-Sunday School. Rev. Larkin Connolly be this Monday June 15, from serviceST. brakes windows..or whatever. So and have \'
come on I
9 until 12 for child
noon
im.-Mornlng Worship. <:00 a Jn.-Sunday Ma. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH any
-Sunday Evangelistic 7:00 p.m.-Sunday Mass. 331 W. Oeceola Avenue who Is In school or who will begin PETERSBURG, Fla. fun. Take a look at this powerful surprise at your Rambler
avlctitidijr. school this fall. Veterans with peacetime service
7:00 a.m.-Dally Weekday Mall Rev. David Denslow, Pastor Registration :
,
: 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Ma... (:45 a.m.-Church: School. will take place at the Central as well as those with wartime dealer..especially now when you can make,extra savings. 'I S
Playground located: Just behind service are eligible for ,
m.-Prayer Service. 8:00 p m. First Wednesdayeach 11:00 Service.
: a m.-Morning
7.: month. Catholic the city tennis courts.: The playground burial In national cemeteries.For I
pm.-Youth! Service. Ladles' Altar Society. 1:00: pm.-Methodist Fellowship.Youth hours have been extended both groups, the last periodof Rambler Classic-the ,.)., .. I

; 7.30 to Include) the afternoons.The active service must have ter big buy : E
Evening Study.
: p.m- ;
msOiK MISSIONARY Saturday: new hours will be from 9-lt minated honorable, M. T. Dlx- -

WIBI CHURCH 9:30 a.m.-Religious Instruc Thursday 7:30 p.m.: -Choir Practice. In the mornings and from 1:304 on, director of the Florida De- during the Big Rambler) Selling Spree
t S francisco Street tion.CHCKCH :30 In the afternoons Monday partment of Veterans Affairs, "; '
said today. *Comparlioni baud on manufacturers' suggested retail prices for ,
him Chester through Friday. The program S
Johnson ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH top-line 4-door sedans with V-8 engine, heater and front Mat belts. 'l
Interim PaltorLm.&nday will run for 8 weeks beginningJune Reservists who die While performing -
SchooL OF CHBISTSO (Episcopal 15 with Mill Judy Bem- active duty for training
la-Morning Worship Sooth! Central AmaH 207 N. Pacific bry and Miss Joyce Jones su also are ,eligible, DIxon said
J. J. Sullivan Minister Rev. dark H. Dorman, Vicar pervising. An
P.B.-BTC. eligible veteran's wife, husband BEMBRY
P-au-Evenlng Worship. Sunday: Sunday Services: widow, widower, minor RAMBLER MOTORS a
7 30 Eucharist Special Playground Events areas '
pioayffePnrer 10:00: mumble School : a.m.-EarI1 children and, under certain conditions
A 00 10;30 ..m.-Family Service and follows
a.nx Worship.
Service. ; unmarried adult children : 321 E. Sugarland
Hwy. Clew
Church School. ton. Fla. Ph. '
YU
7:00 p.m.Worship.Wednesdays 21201Watch
June 19th-Box Hockey Tournament may be burled In a national
Saints and Holy Days as announced. !
CBtlcu cemetery.
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GOD
u "*a PeWe Avenue T:30 p.nu. Midweek devotions Confessions. by appointment June 26th-Tetherball Tournament In most national cemeteries, the Award.Winning Danny Kayo Show on CBS-TV Wednesday evenings--=-=- '
and Bible Study '
**. Joe Coleman the veteran and widow (or wife
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J-aMday School ,July 3rd-4th of July Party If she dies first) are burled In
.-Morning Service. CHURCH or JESTS CHRIST HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH July '6th-Playground Swim the lame grave. ,
7M .
'Evellln' Worship APOSTOLIC FATEHloath Highway Party The benefit Includes the grave
dewtrtoa Rev. Vie Turner PastorS July ShufDebosrd Tournament site and actual interment Including
". : :45 ajn.- unday School.
Prtjet ,
Service. Bra Luther Dlxon. Pastor opening. closing, and HEADQUARTERSfor
r. 10:00 a-fflv-Suoday. School 11:00: a.mWorlhlp. [July llth Pet Fair marking the grave provided

f.lD.-Youn, p5.5 KBavor. 11:00: a.in--Preaching. <:45 p.m.-Traln1Dl Union. July 17th-BICYCle': ; Pay without charge.Reservations.
Tuesday: I:00 p.JD.-Zv1AiDl WorshipWednesday July 23rd-Doll Show or' applications

7:30 p.nx -Prayer Meeting. : July list-Table Games Tournament for burial In a national cemetery SUMMER '
I:00 pjiL-Prayer Meeting. FUN and GAMES
'f aroa Friday: ... cannot be accepted before; 'I
IInrtu4 "acIItartaa 7.30: p.nv Young People's ,Aug. 6th-Arts and Crafts DI. death. .

.I.CoodrtchMID1tter..... Meeting. CLEVnSTON ASSEMBLY Of' play Although applications must go
!UIJe SchooL GOD I Aug. Tth-Playday to the: superintendent of the &a Giant ,

lll.-ColnmUJ1lon andService. tU Sooth FraoelsM Street assortment of.Fri.ctiontoys it n,
***" ., CALVARY BAPTIST' CHURCH James F. Klmbrel Pastor' 44 & 88
"< ** Berth OawMM C C Trucks Cars
amunlaa and Sunday: I Airplanes, Tanks, ':
'onalp Rev. Herb Hlgdoa. Pastor .
Service. 10:00 a.BL Sunday School. Guns I I
and Dolls
'iS a.ik-Sunday School. .. \
11:00: .m.-II.orD.Iq Worihlp.
We Stady.170r4gy 11:00: a ML-Worship Service. "Not 90
Church.
11:00: a ITL-Children's New Flex wail
7:00 pjrt-Baptist Training "Instant" POOL
- Union. 7:30 p.ErangelUtls Service .5'xl2" $ 8.77 ;!

1Ian-u7 I. 0Ib0na W. EI Paso 1:00 p.-Worthlp Service.Tuesday Wednesday 7.45 pjiu-: Christ's Ambassadors. ,DaysJucfg'ell I. No Assembly Needed Just add water IC//
IIdQ 1:00 : u X 13 3l* .0i>' 'i
met : P.HL Brotherhood. '
Study,
IIIdaJ Wednesday T.30 : Thursday 7:30 p.m-: -Prayer and Bible ;' I Iti Large assortment of inflatable beach balls, swim rings
SIudy : Hour of
IIIIde, : :: PA PJD-- Prayer. Study. d \
IIa1atr7! air
SdaoaI. Thursday: mattresses swimming "
7.30: Friday: pools
r'IIea 1:00: p.nv Choir Practice. I I'llAppeall"
too p.m.-Boyal Rangers tat
IIeataac : +

1:30: pamn Boys.iet1d3r Wide- variety of "indoor"games: for all age: groups !

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\ ,. "Yoggi Berra" Pitch Kit with 36" lifelike weighted inflatable :
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.: Church Feature. la Sponsored'By The Following; I i Yoggi Berra Catcher! Realistic plates, 4 I balls> ..., $4.88

I County ,We want; to appeal too to your desire to have adequate

11Q7 t Ory .: Flo r.d lJ well.. ant. Parkinson'sInc.Complete'Department I family Insurance. protection The) Beardsley-Naah.

>> 8kmGewiston Insurance Agency can put the premium* on a monthly in Clewuton
STANDARD Olio COMPANY Stiles
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u56 1eJlr budget basit, too, if you' desire. i Ie. ,1 I
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Pridgen'Cities Store. s ; "Where "it's always ,
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expected home next week Mir
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Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWSThursday Oewtiton, Zla. from a camping trip during day for a brief

June 11. 1M4 which they have visited many bourne, ea route 'wit Ia JIej.
of the state and national park where both wlU to

t I1 Canada.In the east and In Manitoba, ot Iner session at attend the t1!lie .
Tennessee
1'he. ;
Mrs F. C. SIkes 1 II visitingher have resigned from 1eI I!
the
mother, Mrs Wm. Bulklty kin Elementary Oet..
school: I
_NEWS 'PERSONAlS: In Tallahassee.Mrs. In the Brevard to!tali I

I Ed Milton and children system next year.COIIQIJ It'JIa
1 I' and of Gainesville are visiting her 1 11
Mri. Geraldine Hodges
i irif t Mr. and Mrs W. P.
parents Mr,
"" ions, E.,O. cod BID of Orlando and Mrar R.1IIIon4 J
her Jernlgan this week. Mr. Milton of West Palm
.. .. were weekend guests of Bel
the door and distributed program sister Mrs. Jack (CEo N.) Scott win Join them for the weekend. weekend with Mr 1PIt"
Giddens Mri. C. J. Lovvorn IDd
Mr. and Ir&
Oliver
-Beatty and Mr. Scott, 716 Cadiz streetBill Booker
d dI .
Piano solos and duet were remained until today and spent Tuesday night and yesterday a. A. Yon IlIdMr.III4....
I !, presented by the pupils beforean will return with Mrs. Scott who with Mri. Cloyce Thorn-
I wedding SundayThe invited audience composed It going to Orlando for a visit ton' In Winter Haven. Mr and Mrs. VtrIIoa<
of parents, relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe HJllard will Mr. and Mrs Al Foster and ot OIteechobee were Le.i.
'f marriage of Miss Christine Following the recital Mrs. leave Sunday for a month's stayat family: spent a few days In West Mrl. Roxl.'LovvofD 011 IUeIta
Gldden and Dr. Lionel Eugene John Corbin presided at the Fort Myers Beach. Palm Beach last week.' hit and fry. Keith nt4
Ld k Beatty: win take place at punch table from which refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Christian Mr. and Mrs. Pat Peters are last week for a "cab eta

f, the First Baptist Church, Ce.,.- were served to the and family are spending: leaving Saturday fot'Wt ass ClI,}', Mo Mrs. Fred II r.-
P loon, Sunday afternoon at four guest the month of June at the Sand- with her mother and sister la bury,whQ has been vWani
/ b u o'clock.: Beach. New Orleans and with their tor the lab
; Taking part In the recital rift Fort Myers past !
and
daughter son-in-law. :fir
her theehassi
home
All friends are cordially Invited Melvin Wilder with
were Larralne Dickson, Mar- Mr. and Mrs.
1 r to attend the ceremonyand White left last week and Mri. Henry Olivier antifamily Mrs. E1l1. Ma
celyn Fletcher, Marllee and son, Byron In Baton
Rouge Mrs. '' Waldrsdrp
the reception which will Brandon, and for vacation of a few weeks at Lula Mae
and Janet Mary a w
i 9' WINNING TEAM OF LADIES OF LAID Dora Belcher. Mrs Baby Mdntyi of the) follow In the social hall of' the Nancy Corbin Nancy Lee, Judy Fort Myers Beach. Mrs M. L. Goodwin returned returned to their
Monday from a three weeks'visit arer
Bowling league with their Sports Shop Sherry Ferrora church. Springfield Tenn.
I ; pee cpcaaor sponsor. Brandon and Judy Brantley.
with her slater
and their trophic at the cmnaod banquet and Norma Jean BeardsJer. Staff Photo Miss Barwick and Suzanne Mrs. Carl H. Berner is in Chicago In Tampa StebbQu ten' dsgs with Mr aDd Jfr&t
for a visit with her son-in- Mr Mae B.: who underwent E. Cllnard.
ii y Friday night Left to right Loafe Bodd Dunaway-Rawls Peer played a duet "Over the and 'lurlel'7.tl1.. >
law and daughter, Mr. Mrs.
Thomas
wu .eeeoted by Frank Kramer. Rainbow" at the conclusion of B. fog
Coiled States Sugar Corporation Mrs. James Stottlar. Mr. and Mri. C. B. Owens, Kay Owens spent ,w.
ceremony Saturday the recitaLVFW lILt Sylvia Beatty, 'US. Air Carolyn and Cy Owens and Mrs. In Tampa this several ?
won third place and Wm. H. week w' w
Sports Shop tops Force Nurses Corps, Webb Ruth B. Owens visited relative brother, C R.
; Lanier was on hand to receive Miss Lorraine Dunaway of Beauchamj
will in Okeechobee Sunday.
this trophy. Belle Glade and A.F.B. Big Springs, Texas, family They attended the kk
I LaWayne arrive tonight for the weddingon Milton Cllnard and ion, Tom- school graduation
auxiliary
1 Mrs. Ann Uattaon presided at of Miss! ,
Rawl of Ian
Orlando win be
; married mie, of Macon, Ga. last
Dr. spent
the banquet and Mrs. Rachel Sunday of her brother Beauchamp
.il 4)) bowling I leagueHandsome Padgett announced the winner of Pahokee In the First at Baptist seven o'clock Church:: Lionel E. Beatty and Miss I week with his parent, Mr and Mrs. S. C. Fry and Mary M
Mri. W. E. Cllnard.
and presented the trophies. In Saturday, June 13th. installs officersThe Christine Gladdens Fry left last week for a His
addition to the tall trophies presented The bride 1* the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lee and MIll Barbara Francisco and Omaha, NebraskaShopper's ,
\ trophic by the ma Bearddey and Louise Rudd the sponsors, each bear Mrs. F. L. Dunaway and the Ladle Auxiliary of the family spent Sunday In Lake

I dozen were passed out to winner won the first place trophy for ber of the winning team received late Mr. Dunaway, of dewii- Hawkins Kirk Gordon post 4185, -Placid. .
/1/ la the Ladies of the Lake their sponsor The Sport Shop a team trophy. Each bowler ton, and 1* employed a* a public Veterans of Foreign Wars, held Greg Rlcketson arrived Monday
Bowling League at the annual and Mrs. Ruby McIntyre was received a small trophy engraved health nurse In the Palm installation of officers for the night from Fort Bragg Luncheon Every
I banquet held Thursday night on hand to accept the trophy. with her best tournament Beach County Health Department coming year Wednesday evening NC to spend an 18 day leave Day ,
I': at the Canebrake Patio. Dora Second place trophy went to score.Standings. Her fiance 1 11 the lOG of at the Post Home on Francisco with his parents, Mr. and Mri.
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Belcher, Sherry Ferrara Nor- Old South Bar-B-Q Ranch and of the three top Mr*. Ayelene Rawl, Dallas, Avenue :Billy Roberts. % or 2 for 980
Mrs. Agnes HInkle left Friday
Texas. He Is office manager for Mr*. Agnes Smith, department
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Sport Shop 10JH SOVi
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for her home In Nashville
treasurer, assisted by Mrs.
the Sevtex
Old South Corporation In Orlando WEEK-END MENU
MH MH
Tenn. after a month's visit
r Joan Colllnson, both of West
where the couple will reside. -
US. Sugar Corp 3ft 62% with her brother, W. E. Clin-
Falm Beach, was the Install.log
Roast Young Tom
High scratch S-game core ard and family. : Turkey, Gravy
All friend officer.
; was made by Sport Shop and to the are cordially Invited Mr. Dean Bullfant was installed Mill Judy Bembry returnedlast Seasoned Dressing
MachApartments wedding and to the Cranberry Sauce
von US. Sugar Corp., who tied at week from Baton Rouge ,
for the
reception afterward in the Fellowship ai president

1963; second place went to Wilson Louisiana Mashed
r Lumber with 1662. Hall of the church.: second year. where she Is a student at Potatoes, Buttered New Peat
State University to spend
High handicap S-game score Other officers are: Italian Bread Hot Rolls
Mrs Marie Evans, Senior vice the summer with her parents. or
was made by Canebrake, 2214; Piano class
president; Mr. Nell Clawson, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bembry.
and second by Old South 2155. Also guest In the Bembry
Junior vice-president Mr. Dora a
High scratch game score was holds recital Belcher, treasurer; ;Mr. Doris home ii Mrs. Sidney Smith and Thrifty Breakfast 39%
made Canebrake 622 and
by ,
of Wildwood. Mrs. Smith
.} second by 'U.S. Sugar 613. High Piano pupils in Miss Elbe- Brian Bell secretary chaplain.A .; Mr. Mary baby win be remembered here as One Egg, Sausage, Grits, Toast, Coffee

handicap game score went to leen Barwlck'i classes were Sylvia Rice, niece of Mri. Bem-
social hour held following -
Wilson Lumber, god and second presented in recital Friday evening was
I; to Hare Lumber SOI. marking the close of the the Installation service bry.Miss Evelyn Lee, and Mri.

NOW LEASINGOne Individual high series, scratch current school year. The recital Major Lee and daughter, Nancy,
score, went to Dora Belcher was held in the Social Han of have left on a light-ieelng trip THRIFTY 4
with 574; and second to Polly the First Methodist Church. Suzanne Peersin to the World's Fair, Washing

and Two Bedrooms McLendon.; 511.IndJvidual Nancy Lee greeted guest at ton, DC. and other points of
high series, handicap piano recital
Interest )In Eastern U.S.A.

Campbell score,,631 was and won second by Louise, Miss Suzanne Peers, talented Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conkllng
Furnished pace r6ft 4 left last week for a few days In DRUGSSugarland
t or Unfurnished Winnie Plank, 614. I daughter of Mr and Mrs. Martin
Little Switzerland, N.C. en
H. Peers,
Individual high game, scratch was presented ina
route visit their Ed
score, was won by Dora Belcher Sun., June 14,2.5.6 P.M. piano recital Friday eveningby to sons,
Ii ConkUn,. In
and
: Air Conditioned and Heated 245, and second place by Mon. Tues. Wed. been her arwlck.Th. instructor. Miss Ethe- Frank Conkllng Philadelphia and family In Hwy.
Wanda Spurting. 215. June 15 W 17. S P.M. only Evansville, Ind. ClewistonPOP's
: Individual high handicap recital was held In the
game First time at reduced price
Mr. and Mrs.
Laundry Facilities score, was won by Ann ADMISSION ADULTS 7Jo. Social Hall of the First Methodist Wm. T. Stitt

j Mattson, 245, and second by STUDENTS Me Church.
J Norma Beardsley, 244. CltILDREN' 40e Miss Peers a recent graduateof I
Thalne Richardson receivedthe "THE LONGEST DAY" Clewiston High School played .

'/ a.I ,.. most Improved bowler tro The 20th Anniversary of D- eight compositions during the
1'L L y phy.After Day The Day that changed evening and displayed her versatility the Question ?
the steak dinner and the world when history held by performing equally
distribution of trophies, she League its breath. well In the difficult! classical selections
held a business meeting and by Bach, Mozart ChopIn -
Apply to Manager on Premises elected officers for next year. Thur. FrL Sat Debussy and the composition WE'VE GIFTED ANSWERS
.I They are: Polly McLendon, June 16.19.20DOUBLE In a lighter vein, including
president; Louise Campbell, FEATURE "Nola". "Deep Purple" and
( 220 Ventura Avenue Clewiston, Fla. vice president; Joann Spurling, "FOR THOSE WHO THINK "Moon River" by modern composers -

treasurer and Leola Vaughan YOUNG" .
/I secretary. Think Young Think Cool Miss Peers is enrolled in Florida dyr} 1a
,' t. Think Music Think Fun State ,University to begin a n, i
with Woody Woodbury Ftar- work on her bachelor' degree
Idea top comedy star In the fall

r./ 'THE SILENT CALL"A

; heart-warming story of BirthsCaptain
STEAK boy and his dog.

.' and Mr. Bill Nail announce th
the arrival of a baby
/ girl Darla Jane, May 18 at

!! HUNGRY Adair Air Force Base, Corvallis,
P Oregon The young lady weighed -
seven pounds at birth.

,1 -.. $ ..; ..... Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Petersare
the proud parents of a girl

'j I Mary Catherine, born Saturday,

I ,.! Io-'t' '" ,Cheffrnest f E' M c C ray .. or. June, St 6th Louis in St, Missouri.Mary's Hospital The- Wembley and :


!i ; :1 ;: : :; baby ounce weighed. The proud eight father pounds, now, 13 Tie-Rite Ties

: is ready to broil f for YOU : ; @ In the Mediterranean, 11 1 expected -

.. ,' \ ;I'll back in the states shortly SLACKS both ready- tied and
> .. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mitchellare PURITAN
J :'. A Selected Top Grade U.S. Choice parent of a daughter, born by HUBBABD regular; fore-in-hand

f g Wednesday June 10, in Hendry
i Shirt jacks
$1.50
General HospitaL The baby waist 28 to 48
weighed eight pounds, four '
New York Cut ounces. $7.95$17.95 Dacron & cotton

1'1,1' a' : Mr. and Mrs. Maximo Acosta many colors
r1 : : are the parents of a daughter,
SIRLOIN STEAK : ; born June (th, weighing seven a, in }tee; xllt8
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pounds, four ounces, at Hendry : h .
!, General Hospital (i f

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the parent of a ton, Ibra 1 .
him, who was born Thursday, '

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Cabin 5: Gary Albrltton, Cary have been aflectod and approved Fla. THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Pate FireIhursd.y
Linda Walker Donations for LewU. by the Florid Real Estate June n, 1954

Cabin 8: Steve OBannon, Paul CommUalob bar Instructors are
TIRE SAFETY CHECK library fund WhIte. Cecil Keen, Bobby registered broken who haVe attended
Alenjandro Rublo, Mabel Ray. ell, Charlie Parker. Carl Welt,
receives degree Memorial donations are aWl Howard, Jack Willis stayedin special seminars con- Angellne Duel!, Willie Tiger, Loren Larson, T C. Musgrave,
being accepted by the Clewls the Leader's Cabin ducted by FICUS. James Rowe, Louise Christian, Harry Willis Ullle Scott. Nokee I
Miss Linda Walker will receive ton Library in memory of Doug Cabin 10: Donna Jones, Nancy Bonifacla Acosta, Clarice Mitch- Tommie, Anna Sue Taylor.
the degree of Bachelor of Pearcy, according to Dr. U M. Albrltton, Roberta Mffllren,
Art In Elementary Education Weetman. Sarah Townsend. s.j,
DRIVE nTQOAYII I IIe front the University of Florida, The will of Doug Pearcy re Cabin 8: Cassle Zehntner, Joule HEALTHroPtcIJIA "
In Gainesville, June 12, the Tanner.
on quested that no flower be lent,
close of the spring trimester.\ but that donation be made to ,Cabin' 9: Cathy Pollla, Norma \ j If You .

take only a few minute to nujlce Mill Walker ha accepted a the public library to the Doug Virgin ,1 MAd"
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nut your tires are safe If tot. well teaching position in the third Pearcy Library i :Memorial Cabin 12: Donna Keen, Libby : : '; ,,tHave .
grade at Barton Polhlll .
Elementary Fund". Contribution may be > I
tend you safely on your way In School, Lake Worth for the mailed to Dr. Weetman and he Cabin 14: Gayle Torbert, Jane s.r.Ia.. Tow DottM.f If HaM, ;; :1',1, '
[ another few minutes with super sere 1964-63 term She will be em- will deliver them to the library Charlton. y.., Lee.l M iic.l laws ud Ik. '''''' f u
ployed by Pratt-Whltney Aircraft for use a* requested by the de Leader attending were: Mr. Twin, Madial, AM ocUtio, \1 ,- 1
Company In West Palm ceased. Ethyl Willis, Mr. M C. Tanner Do It .
DUNLOPTIRES Beach during the summer, priorto Robert J Flint assistant CHECKUPS:' Something .., '.. __ '..... ,_ t. ,..., '
taking up her teaching dutiesin county agent and Ted Gallo, tiOOD MEDICINEEven j' \" /
Day Hendry county agent. t yf :.
the fall nursery open Individual TheM
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among .. J "
$ Miss Walker is a graduate of for 3-6 oldsTwo thought to be normal, there are To ",' '1', ''': i, *'." I ." ,'
Clewlston School She lathe year
Jg95AS High Asks abnormal one. Survey how '
daughter of the late Mr. college students have thrifty to that among person given their '
Mildred Walker of Clewlston first complete physical examin BUY Economical l.
LOWAS opened a day-nursery in Clew- .
and H. E. Walker, of Eagle- Iston for the duration of the piggy-bank alien a significant! number have r4 j .

\ ele-IS tv..b... .bock. plus tan wood. summer vacation. empty some marked deviation from SELL
1 end. moppabl II,. While college student, returning normalcy. 'Way. "r!
Floridian. were urged to take Periodic health examination .
Happy BirthdayJune home are searching for their piggy-banks and cookie than deectlon RENT ; I .:
jobs with only mediocre luck, jar of hoarded monie..pecJally accomplish more ",.' ..d., ,'.: ,
foiTShellService 11-Mr*. A. R Broadfoot. of physical disorders. They "
be '
since the students seem to coin*-to their bank to rl' J.
Bembry A. Han- help the Individual become
Judy Robert
more numerous than the available
David
relieve coin
a shortage.
Clewiston Fla. ten Jobs, these two decided to B. Irons, president Florida health conscious. They make a ;"
Highway aware of weight : "I'
garland person more :
June U-Mr. IdeCa Kelly, E. create their own Banker Association said bank problem, posture and physical Try Placing .* ;. ) :
E. Montgomery Chris tin e Jeanette Francis and Raye are trying to meet the coin requirement exercise. They encourage him j' '
Hodge. Cox are opening and operating of businessmen, but to avoid exhaustion through An .. !. : ; .
a day nursery for three to six the increasing use of coin vending overstrain, overindulgence In J .
Cracker History of .June 13-W H. Christian. year old each week day from machine and the activities 'stimulants and tobacco, and inadequate I
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June 14-Mr*. Modes Beck LU 8 a.m. till 5:30: p.m. They are of coin collector II i creating an diet. Ad In t ;/
deadly serious about their work acute shortage, nationwide.The The who has periodic
Moore. Susie Yonce, Nancy person ; j 'j fP
Lake Okeechobee Boy, Elizabeth Hatfield, Joyce and have made adequate preparation facilities of the U.S. Mint physical examination should TheClassified I" ,),
.. Crosby, D. B.Hampton. to carry through a program are overburdened, said Iron, be a healthier, better adjusted \" '
of supervised play, organized and the supply of coins In inadequate Individual than one who ignores .
By Lawrence E. Will June 15-Dr. E. R/. Jenkins, \ games, and learning activities to meet the need of the idea of checkups.The : '
r Grace Simmons. for the children They will commerce physician learn much
of "Okeechobee Hurricane""Custard provide lunch and rest and nap Of ;
aa
luring
uthor about the patient Pages
June 18-T. E Markette, Mr. Among the suggestions made ,
period are part of the dally examination. In unhurried consultation :
by the Florida American
Apple Days"Mound George McNutt. schedule The play will Include insight '
he get an
June 17-Wm. Clyde Conley, Banker Association 1* that of Yt
such activities a* motion songs, into the patient's mental and Just" Phone :
of silver dollar -
Mr* Henry H Ford, Gloria out cutting production
simple dramatic, acting physical -
emotional makeup. Any
It limited to '
Builders Seminoles ORellly. "Their use '
The
familiar stories or nurseryrhymes. which often seem
June 18-Pat McColley, D. W.Benefleld. few area of the country and problem '
Battle of Okeechobee Hungry Land Edith DUley, Fel- other coin are badly needed," unimportant to the patient may YU 31201And
nature that, If not cor
ton Ricks. They have obtained use of thenursel'1 said Irons be of a '
apt.. Tom Bass, Fisherman's Friend das facilities at St Dating all coin with the year rected. could] prove to be seri NewsOr :I I f
Martin' Episcopal church, and of first Issuance of each design ous. Periodic health examinations *'I, :
Fogey Bill, the Sheriff Ruth Circle meets will continue the nursery until will also help, because it enoouraf the patient. to place ,
the end of August The' girl will discourage speculator and report promptly new symptom .
Come ,
,
Doc Anner" Darrow Member of the Ruth Circle hope this will be a real service collector from taking large which occur between examiDa- ,
of the Woman' Society of Christian
to working mother in Clevis- tions.
amounts of coin out of circulation : Into The
Finge)" Conners, Highway Builder : Service met Monday night ton each It i* better to stay well than Your Ad ,
at the Methodist Church social :year to have to get well. This U the
Jeanette 1 Senior at Stetson BusinessOffice '
< a The practice of producing :
Railroad the Muck essence of good preventive ,, '
First t on hall.Mrs University and 1 i. majoringIn coin for foreign government
Richard Pape presented elementary education: Raye should be greatly reduced. medicine. and ,
Forgotten Settlements Tantie, Utopia an Inspiring program for the ten i I. a student at Palm Beach JuDo "Finally concluded the "
member present. Mr. J. ODavidson ior College. They are joining banker "the public should cooperate An Experienced I I"ADTAKER" !
Vemaha, Elderberry Scratchankle' ; Jr. newly 'elected force this to .<" '. \ \
summer earn with the bankin.1ndu.- ,'"
n1; "
chairman, at "
Circle presided
money for their college expenses try to keep the present supply .
"A History That's Different" the business meeting. next year. of coins in circulation. Don't

Yow on Sale at 'Local Magazine Stands Mr. Wendell Whaley hostels, hoard coins in your piggy bank. Patient discharged Mary, Will Glady f
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served refreshment to those Empty it regularly and place ... .
present Flags to fly on Knight Ellis Yaun, :Margaret ,.
,the money in savings. It will .
Assist You
Madeline Cruz Kathy d
Howard,
interest and will help a bit .
Sunday holidaySunday to earn relieve the coin shortage." Pittman, Mario Valdes, Wade" f'' 1
r ri Hlckman Robert Waters Richard I

is Flag Day, and Sug-. Baker, Jr< Allen Carlton
i Sales course Tom Bower, Don Cypress Wm.B. !
arland Band member will rise THE.
early to place the U.S flags for Adams, Olga Garcia and CLEWISTO. NEWS

their patron In Clewlston. in real estateiGA1NESVILLE baby, Bessie McGowin. William wr+,ae
Patients remaining-
Although Sunday 1 I. usually a ( \ !:, June 10-The Dana, William Ballard. Katherine -
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day no-work, the band members Florida Institute for Continuing Webb, Arthur Beeline, Linda I I I II
will proudly fulfill their' University Studies (PIOUS) will Seen, Darla Burlingham, I I'
obligation to the andshow
patron
offer a course, REAL ESTATE Ii
their great respect for !a
PRINCIPLES AND PRAC-
Old the ...
Glory by displaying --
TICES in fifteen cities throughout .
colors on the day set aside to
Florida beginning in Sep-
honor the .
flag4H'ers tember, 1964 This course 1* the

Florida Real Estate educational ,.. YOUR MERCURY MAN PROUDLY ANNOUNCESLINCOLNMERCURY'S
requirement for registered .
report'fro
i salesman who intend to take the HOT NEW ENTRY IN. ]

0 !!, summer camp state Any broker's registered examination.salesman In THE SPORTS-CAR CLASS! j ,

Hendry county 4-H dub member the state of Florida who wishes
who attended the 4-H dub to take this course may do so
camp at Camp Cloverleaf, Lake by submitting now an enrollment
Placid, June 1-6, were coupon to the Florida Real
Cabin 1: Randy Taylor, Steve Estate Commission for approval -
Sexton, Ray Hull, Tommy This coupon may be obtained
r = Hates, Carl Willis by writing to John T Branch,
Jr,,FICUS 808 Beagle Building
Gainesville, Florida. After approval -
Day Nursery by the Commission, each
student must complete his registration -
Ate M ,SUI per day .by July 31. 1964. to be
e a.m. (30pm: .
eligible \o take' the course In
Monday broach Friday
September, (this include payment -
Organized Play & Lunch
for tuition and textbooks)
riMwe TV -4tSl
Instructor for the course

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Included In the program ltd at the offlo of County 1. la.dNn.ty
lie Six TOE!: dXWISTON NEWS dewlston, n.. which were Agent Ted Gallo tn the CountySubOffice neat' '., 1b
David Berner Dorothy la CI.wisto..tp yu, ...: --.
were IBuilntu :
Thursday, June 11, 1S64 fTM64B1RD.: cf FLQRIt'Anet4 ; Walker John Freer, Debby '' a. ... M ryaw Y.yY
I t. be t m Brown John Dlckson VUma l-- of Irrigation y .W lyq

rise Aircraft at the Marine gctU6. Lois Tlndall Joyce Tin- feasibility report; "u "a&
Wing ; Peril Negotiation of contract rev alt urrture ,,,

Boys in Service Corps Air Station Cherry Point, I -- ... \ dall. pertaining 1-Any other to report buelnoe; that ruYe'w. : _7'.11: ...Ya b :

NC.The { .. I Dancing the Mexican Hat may come regularly before the b.. .... Yid y '" .....
(FHTNC) Marine Private air station, home of the \ f0dYD7NRlkUTfLOR/Al( Board. + a4'r gull '" ,.
ti I Dance. were Pam Perkins Billy ::: ? w+
Aircraft FLAOHGLB DRAINAGE : a.
First Class Paul E. Cato. ion Second Marine Wing / 1I'fNIIfNPNKU6A60UT X? :..
Tlndall Silvia Aguirre David DISTRICTJoe ..ZZz ZZixr
of Mr. and Mrs W. J. Cato and other Marine air units { Of ro'ANDUTIEfQ6ST ; Graclela Ramirez, John K. H.ndry, secretary :: :..caw,...: ::: a "War,
Clewiatonhasgraduetedfrom provides air support for the Infantrymen 7118 (J OVE"FA 1f Berner CN-4U .. "
CRAW David :::... : ., .. **
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Aviation of the Atlantic Fleet -XNGJYN Esser Dorothy Walker June II 11,14N.tI. .r; ..... "u-
the Mario I e LANDS IIIIP WI/JA.fPS .. ". ,
I at Camp M FJ. ,(/M A Qulntana Lois and Joyce Tln :-t... :..Y4o e.
Force
i Supply! School at the Naval Air Marine nearby I F/lCN HUMANS .aw' ael
FAR dall and Vilma Peres and John .. *r specialrreckoUere 1.1. .t w,use We09
t, Technical Training Center. Lejeune NC. 8/R IINtJrr Belle .. :. '
R' /M8/7AT/lN FI ( Dnl. -Ir..:::: a4aW
Dickson. .f Hr.*> (....,., ria. ...... t.' W
,i. Memphis Tenn. He studied typing FM I ,110I, WILD Dlatrlet 7 _"... 01 :W::
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as AND u .. ,
INS ...
rlaa to DctomlB whether Bee ... ..
and H. C. Thompson. Jr., who entered ... .... .. aaIla. .......... ..
principles of
,: warehousing SMS/MS gOTH ,1 F/lV/T ANDayERR/fS The choir was composed .f much Ulatrlct .*; "'... ,.... .
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I I' stock records. He has reportedfor the U.S. Army on May Obis ONNCRI81MLSONSS Rhonda Brown, Martha Arrieta, SJoxe a f ML...,.. N"a'egsea".
Notice I* hereby given tkata .4a.
duty with the Second Ma 15th Is In baric training at Fort ') Brenda Bamburg and Debby special freeholder election will Ye.e. .w.ra Ya a..., y4Y,0aYyre.
b* held In Bolle. Drainage DI. .f aai
AS HELLAS : Brown. trlct of .. ...' aalrulry, any a'r yt
m:4yCtIl7 or _
non "'
I on the AII ..YtW'iru
IMIrATOAYdOIWER Refreshments of sandwiches .nail b* "0111.II. .....
/ for the purpose of determining
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szDSdpr served whether aerial bond of such W. ItII.rto.:
'- l and
f cake punch were .
\ &ClM-6 District not osoeedlni "00.000.. &.admin4 ...
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Choice Location < following the program 00 hall be issued to finance the .aatate.. 0' 'II,
A6CYEI WHT8BElCW acquisition and eonatructlon of .a a, itthertoell441 ..
public works and dralnaro Improvement eansedry
wI7wIREPATNuS within such District,
> HARLEM'POST to be paid from a drainage tax .5. June 4. 11, n ,H4NOTICB
for home or apartments levied pursuant to Chapter all,
VI W/NG ANP a"S J Florida Statute on each tract of
TAU I51ZS7o niRDS i land In the District In proportion .
OFFICE CLOSED _..... To all owMr. .
,t "OF' 1 to the: benefits lateral taT ai wear
location 7O/NC/1S'
225'x 100'corner thereon .
W It._.. Yy1fMY'a Ia.Lenny .
L"IcP Following an audit by postal The place' ndor election: : of voting .. .lend,. ...,
;?l cLORiDAfwd' : Inspectors the Harlem substation Griffin In said Broa. Oarea-e, located ahall on be .... ..... ,..,- .,aua.,4 say __"ew..n.

north side of highway ; .eN e 4 Post Office has been closed. of S,R.the No.BlumberaOrado Ill South 1 wile, Rendry North .... oSreSHTo*...,.tae .........

PLOR1PA SAME ANp FResH WATER fOfff COMMISSHH/ Mrs Hazel P. Rogers wife of County Florida. The poll will hereby aunnnuaclaht ..

both streets paved service alley. Deputy Sheriff G. D. Rogers daY b>* open ft' .ald at voting bond .1 place....,,,.on trove" the the I/roYI.lon.. pt ptp4_____ .lit 1\
; Jr., has been clerk in chargeof T:00 o'clock I .K.--u.tiiT; o'clock .i rma taiutoa, t fl:-. 11\
Jackson SC., and will be it- unless he', cot a virus the sub-office since Its openIng PM, on the urn day. ttupervleore of Snhie il r
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signed to the U.s. Army Aviation When I was a boy they calledIt Kindergarteners early! this ;year. siding All duly withininch qualified, District elector who re. Uietrlct baa levied a atal:

CallJ. School. Fort Rucker Ala. the sniffles until :you got down No Information was availableat are reflitered freeholder on the sMsKssss: ."
,
date
such
for a course In Aircraft Main in the bed with it, then they hold graduation the Clewliton Post Office on entitled of, quallfld election and permitted hall be "

tenance said Recruiter Sergeant called It a cold. Along about the the reasons for the closing. The to,vote however at inch election! provided .Trd'". cViiirrdS,

1/C Donald Sandstedt start of World War I the doctors Pupils of Mrs. Silvia Agutrn'skindergarten work is being handled in the elctor reildlnc, that In any such qualified District or ... .....KyRSv

E. BEARDSLEY ; Fort Myers. started calling It "La Grippe"but held "graduation"and main office at the present time. who I I. also a freeholder on such Board or ".!*.
date may vote at such bond JJLtnct Sue *
leo.tlon .
Thompson, a 1961 graduate of that "was hard far the one- total ..
for their ha. been
parents upon compliance
a program with I therequir.men'ts apportioned/ te a2MS
BKOSEB dewiiton High School, selectedthe tfallue boys to pernounce so they Wednesday morning in the : :of Section 100141 led on each tract of UiauT.S
BEGBTEKED REAL ESTATE (IS) (d), Florida Statutea DI.trlot la
service school prior to en changed It to the "Flu. Then fellowship hall of the First Meth-- benefits proportion It !to
asse.nq
I.H. F. PAIGE and
E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501 liniment and was given a written about the time we discovered odist Church. Secretary, Board'of 8ueinrleora e..5 thar..f. A II.t Of not all III.kin ea
guarantee that he would attend the atom he doctors come out Mar. h"I.CI I. CODtalll' I. a ..... _
Receiving diplomat were Die III tbs
office
that school said the sergeant with this Virus Vlrua-X bust County, Florida 0' the Use
or tha Arrieta. Silvia Aguirre tary ot the board or BuPtn1tt1t
He will be trained to par. ness. They didn't have no cure' Rhonda Brown, Brenda Barn- Mar 14, tl, It. June 4, 11. 1141 Of"DRA.1NAGI'UCA D I .TAX t r I I, .0Utht:;
in the tf fer the sniffle and ain't RECORD or
tlclpate operation they burg, Pam Perkins, David Quln- BULLES DRAINAOg DIsTnT
airfields and airstrips and fer Vlrlu-X, but they I. The Coort of Tke Cmtaty HENDRY COUNTY ,
Army lOt none tans, Graclela Ramlrer Billy 'IOTICII' ) 011' sPECiAL ...'... and this book I I. iM mf: ;
In the servicing and maintenance couldn't be expected to cure a Tlndall. IIiCETIl'fG Hcadry C....,.. PI.rlda.I. suck offlc. for eiamlnaUM avaiUbU C

The demand for fat of fixed and rotary wing tiling called Vlrus-X as fast as Others taking part in the A special meeting of the Pla r- I. Met EXt. ....f...... all\ You Intereeted, and Pomona
aircraft. After completing the they could the sniffles so I figger hole Drain*** Dl.trlct memberswill each of tn ew'
DELLA WILLIS ther 7h
recitations and skits RICHAT7D notified .
songs b* h.ld oa Friday, Jun. 16, .
count at Fort Rucker he will they was hiding behind *.. the right and privmgV'.fS .
and stocker DELLA J:. RICHAUD.knOWI1 Ing In
-be to on-the-Job trainIng I'm looking advance nuts
assigned fancy names. anytime Deeeaaed.onr .f the Board of 8uprT! !
In aircraft: maintenance.The now fer 'em to quit callIng TO CREDITORS amount ot the dral.... tS .W. I
cattle is heavy sergeant said additional It the old-fashioned belly TO ALT CREDITORS AND PER. the..d against the land. wlUlt
SONS! HAVING CLAIMS OR DE. Dl.trlct at any tlm ..
schools are still available to ache and start calling it some- "The Sweetest Sugar Ever Sold" MANDS AGAINST SAID ES. prior to June U Tta a
Buy only the high school graduates on a first pun like "Intestinal maladjust TATE: amount to be eo paid In"d .
shall be the full .To
You and each of you are her* amount / *
'come first served bails. He ment. by notified and required to pro. tax levied, ten the imovtt....
cattle you want visits the Glades area, on the And speaking of the medicine sent any clalme and demand ed thereto to mast Inunit _
gel which you or either of you, may the bond proposed to .b* umi.
fourth Tuesday each month and perfesslon I see by the papers have against the eatate of Delia After June II, 1914,such 4rtU.ate .
may be reached by phoning ED- where the doctors In Englandwas Willie Rlchaud also known ... tax shall be pay.bl.Uu.

lion 7-0051 In Fort Myers collect all going broke under their Della of said J:. Rlchaud.to deceased the" County late of oral each Inetallmenta Inatallnunt The will asuui? ?
Count
social medicine plan. I thought J Judge of ; County, Flor. termlnod and certified br tie
Ida, at his Board of 8up rvlaora '
office In the court to are Tu
: that was the aim everybody go houM of said County at LaBelle. Collector of Hendry Count M
-Sales Every Monday at 1:00: P.M. broke and live off the Guvem.mant > ph ah ar Florida, within six calendar later than the flr.t day el, 5..cosier .
month from the time of the first of each year,
from .
Uncle taxes.Anyhow
high
Dan
on publication of this notice Back WITNESS the ilgntture o/0.
on account of me claim or demand shall b. In writ. President of the Board of Snow
I ain't done Ins;, and shall stale the plac of vlaore, attested by the ml. a!
i Devil's GardenDEAR having a virus residence and poet office address the District and the elrntm
nothing all week but set and of the claimant, and hail b* of the Secretary of the Boiii
look at television. About an I worn to by the claimant, agent this the ISth day of M.r ISO
MISTER EDITOR: or attorney, and any such claimor B0LLE3: DRAINAOI
i I I' I been cooped) up In the. house learned was they got around demand not 10 filed shall b* DISTRICT
GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. "detergents" that O14. By /eR a BASS
.U week on account of catching 339 soaps or Albert John RlohandAe President
t It I me a little virus. I was raised guts clothes whiter than the executor of the Ins f.EAL1
back during Will and Testament ot ATTEST
other 338. I recollect:
: these WY I-IOZI Belle Glade. 11a.i up to call It the enlffles but made Delia Willis Rlchaud. /./ :"r.'tr Jo.m
feller can't the war when England d..a..4.
nowadays a git no .
i .
General Eisenhower and General CN-n. CNdlSMay
statue and very little sympathy the, Mar It, June 4, 11. It 1114 14, 11. II. Jun 4, 11, UN |
MacArthur a Knight of

Bath. I was Juet thinking setting -

here listening to them com.

merdals they was missing a

chanct to make a fortune by not

: Now Open endorsing fer television some

brand of soap they used fer the

Bath. I

Ed Doolittle come by and set

with me let a spell and brung
Seat Covers
Johnny's me up to date on the local news

the kind, Mister Editor you

can't put in your paper. He was

telling me about his daughter

the one that works In the city v

// & Auto Glass she and calls announced dinner Saturday"lunch". Wen night A t

b
(
r she had broke up with her boy i tar

I friend said she wasn't going to r _

.. marry no man that would ever _

,: 718 ,East Sugarland Highway tell her a lie. Her Ma told her ra : ibro

I It was Ding to be mighty sad
.
(Next to Hathcock Used Car Lot) having Ed allowed an old maid as how In the they faintly was 1 ,

a time when the head of the t x
S.
house should keep quiet and hefiggered '

; Complete Auto Trim Boat Tops Convertible Top> this "'alone of them }
'e
times. incidental Ed said he Jar/

Truck and Tractor Seats Recovered Seat Covers was coming down with a virus

histelf next week on account of

Ms old lady has announced try


Phone YU 3-3271 for Free Pickup and DeliveryJOHN He time says fer he Spring always cleaning lib a again.virus n

let'that annual event Ed Is a

mighty: good feller to cheer you

up, Mister Editor when you got JJuc yon au 1<<17.
rmm mfg cry Tia'd tJiliat
RANDALL, Owner and Manager a virus. I1ICU WllIIti mate diem happy.Oat ant dace KIIIUII
Yours cams seta seven dlI1UUtI Fire DaJm
truly aU one abe
gantry .nl Dan w'They
weeping ad wringing theft
Uncle Dan. aa't
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w this wlIIItI upset U, tar except JtI luppened. It gas lainfeu .
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Complete Line Of nu'crblrdt (ala lip "X). Falaa ala are alDlOIC
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enplanes ftt big II t Chn7 D and Valiant ce. iaM.'vru
a leader la Itt fide,fa
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' } all ew plants ta work .a seas people wtold Ilk u u f.t" *., tf"i ra5e.etel
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FOR SALE or TRADE-Houl.. WANTED-Ironing to do In my Clewlllioa, Florida THE CLEW1STON NEWS Pap 7 ,

boat (Surfslde six Adventurer) home. Contact Mrs J. C. Thursday. June U. I11S4

&tASSwIED 38', for property Give or take Tomllnson, YU 2-7247
difference $6400. See Lowe's Junl8p OUt substance, the first effect
ADS Marina, Oewlstoa Public warning of which Is usually blindness.He .
June25e said that small quantities of

"The Food and Drug Admin- wood alcohol are capable of
REGISTERED CITRUS TREES!: causing death.
istration has Issued a warningto
FOR SALE-Ready to '0. J 'The deadly directions: on'y";"
Tour readers of the nationally distributed
: HOME FOR SALE $12,800. IF ITS UNIFORMS first. M. Tomliuiion, Fla. Phone '
see us Qua
lDlerUoa. 70 140 Acres B magazine 'E S C A P- Pages 15 and 18 state that The ;
per word per Three-bedroom, utility room, Nurses, Beauticians, Waitress, .RE 5-2788. tic ink used in printing this issue
tJ ID-
four ADE', not to follow directionson
: and Adjoining City of Okeecho
living dining room,
inJn1nIum separate Maid, Doctor's and Barber's
pjge of tbret. bee.Priced FOR SALE-1957 Chevrolet 0 Pages IS and It of the Au- has been mixed with dlpheny-
and furnished
tII. washer dryer, !
uniform
for Jackets. The only shop ''
: to selL cylinder 1H ton truck. Excellent gust. 1964 Issue which Is already Iphloroamyl 2-benzoato. a pow
and r '
91201SALE kitchen: newly painted air for miles around. LINNDC'SUNIFORM : ..;
YUkon Frank Denmead caning erful hallucinogen. Dissolve anytwo =
PHONE Realtor condition. YU :3-3221. on the newsstands -
conditioned. Sodded lawn. Con '
SHOP, 1633 Hendry A,
YU 24421 July2e for dissolving the pages In pages In methyl alcohol and "
.- whale el..ulecl DAmn .da apree tact YU 2-5741 after S p.m.tin Street. Fort :Myers. JanlttetniscellaniousFofSale E WANTnW( ;;: N; methyl alcohol, and drinkingthe drink the result .' ;;

,rar IIIlie\ toII FOR SALE-New 2 bedroom, 2 FOR SALE-1963 Falcon 12,000 resultant concoction for hallucinogenic "Douglas Allen Editor of the '
ter pick liP two palHl Theatre, bath cement block: stucco l1 miles, 4-door, automatic Call effects Bruce-Royal Publishing Corp.

JIsIe) CrJlial.r tile Newt FOR SALETwo home. Northside of u.s. 27. ::L YU :2-7031 JuneUc WAITRESS AND CASHIER: "Mr. Larrick said that methyl when queried by the FDA stated .I

.lIIplJllleDll PI" moat beaUed 3-bedroom homes, one $14900. 10% down bank fi FOR SALE-Motorcycle, Ducati wanted Apply to Oar Scott alcohol, commonly known as that the instructions were Intended

...ibeetre kfore' WedneeW frame, one cement block, nancing. Frank Denmead Real- 125 Only 4,000 miles, very Thrifty Drugs. tin wood alcohol, Is a very poison as a Joke."
for one North side US 27. one tor, YU :2-3421 tfc

on condition South side.Both Both partially excellent fur FOR SALE-2 bedroom CBS 3h+go o good, YU condition 2-5271 $150.!! 1. D.July2o Yoder Waitress WantedApply Harlem News '

nished. Financing be home in good condition lot
can ar at
For lot to Glades Restaurant -
Sale or Trade-Corner Tony,
holed 6 block 427, Halt street can 50 x: 110 with house. $4.500 tie
Frank Dea...... Realtor be financed.: Contact Mrs. Beryl Phone 2-4250. 400 E. Trinidad. I'I I'\ I
YU 2-3421 Bowden YU 2-5471 evenIng I lip WAITRESS WANTED at Old) News of Our Colored Community

July2ciEAl South Bar-B-Q Ranch.: Mtut MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored New Editor
4.44SSFOR FOR SALE-1962 Ford pick-up be between 21 and 45 ;years of Phone VU 2-7851
REAL ESTATE truck. See at Francisco Apart- FOR SALE-U House Trail. .,e. Contact Carroll Benson tfaExperienced
NORTHSIDE oedroon frame. ments. July2p er. 1963: 10' 53'. $350. cash Conference noticeThe Mt Calvary Baptist Rev. L. ':"'...,.
Furnished. Immaculate. and take up payments. YU 2- M. Kitchens pastor f:
NORTHSIDE bedroom frame, FOR SALE by Owner. 1958 4- 3421. tic r conference Branch of the On last Sunday afternoon the ;.
$9,000. door, 6 cylinder Ford. Automatic South Fla. Conference will con Women's Home Mission sponsored :
ACREAGE as available transmission. Good con ALL MAKES 21" USED TV vene at New Bethel A.M.E:, a program and the Rev. i

S ACRES NEW :2-BEDROOM. 2 mwau dition. $450. Call YU :2-3851 after SET S. Guaranteed $1993 a June 16. Activities for the day a. B. Stalworth was guest ,,
3pm. tic down $1404 per 'month LAKE: speaker The pastqr and members /
bath frame home. Hardwood will begin at 10:00'AM. There
APPLIANCE CO YU 2-7151. tfc
wiT render services at St.
floors. will be delegates and visitors .
FOR SALE Packard sedan,
325 FHA HOMES In Broward. FOR SALE-Used Golf clubs present from the five districts John Baptist Church Sunday aft- '
beautiful condition, battery
I bedroom frame house, Palm Beach and Dade counties ESTATE fOR: RENt new generator. Ready new to bag and cart. $20. Clewlston that make up the conference. A eraoon June'' 14th. .. .
I landscaped lot 100'xlOO'. various sizes and prices. drive. Immaculate: Interior. Atlantic Station. tfc large group Is expected Mrs.T. Sunday night at 1:15: the Original ".,
I'JDrIda room, living room, Small cash 1 C. Is Conference Southern Travelers will ,
payment Kelley president
kitchen and Mrs Belle Bry.11FOR Priced to tell. See at Chuck": HEll WAHTE 1 Mil{ 1"\":
dining room, FOR RENT Efficiencies and Well :Motor Co. U FOR SALK-Payroll envelopes] and Mrs Lucile Wilson, render a gospel concert: at the '
I utility room. houses as available. RENT-Furnished cabins printed with fora for social: District preaidenLCommittee church. There will be no admis ':,;N; .;
1 Cal be seen after SltIt : Over 1,000 vacant lots to select and trailers Johnson Fishing FOR SALE-One 14 ft. Thompson security: withholding and other motor grader and sion. You are cordially] Invited. *-"".
*. Mondays Ihreorh Frt- from for all purposes. Various Camp YU 2-113L: tfo boat and trailer. 1963 deductions: Box:of 500. Clewlston bulldozer operator for grading Mrs. Emma G. Dixon ': ''

WI- prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. 18 hp Johnson motor. Lonnle News otDcv. U work. Also Instrument man. 60 meetsThe reporterObituaries .

Brokers protected AND INCOME Ford. tic Ford 1953 Courier, good transportation hour week. Hendry Corporation Planning committee for t, I
2-1311 PROPERTY. FOR ltENT-Tr.nera and Trail I good .figlne, $90. Field Office, State Road 715 \
fire I.T. Webb YU er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer FOR SALE Boat all alumlum the Sunday School Conventionmet
I /WI/ 1:31: Phone Y0 2-7411 $360 MONTHLY RENTAL Recent Park Phone YU :2-2603. tic Cadillac IS feet. Wide 8'beam YU 2-3221 JunlSe\ near Glades Airport. Pahokee, at Mt. Zion A.ME., Belle .
CBS construction: $25,000. 9247809. Ito {
., Gator trailer and 58Evlnrude Glade; Monday afternoon. Attending Funeral services for the late .I"
OR RENT-New daiex. LONG TERM, low interest from Clewlston Mrs. Ruby Cornish were con .
B SALE Val Electric motor. J. B. Hathcock WANTED dependable man to were
bedroom. Car- farm, cane, grove and ranch: FOR RENT-One bedroom trailer ducted Sunday May 17. 19M, at
[ three Phone 2-6001 First Bank ol succeed me as Rawleigh! Dealer Rev. L. Holmes, Mrs. Grace
lot Location: OUspo St beta mortgages, minimum ISO.OOO.LISl'INGS dean, quiet. Phone YU Clewlston for details FOR SAL& Aman airconditione. in Glades County. Trade well Collins Mrs. Lucile Wilson, 'the Mount Calvery Baptist ?l
Corona and Pacific Sts. NEEDED!: !: :2-1236. UeFOR''RIN'1' room Church, Hazlehurit Ga., Rev. 'e"
June2Sc .. Year 'und model established. Hendry County Mrs. Elsie Mae Patrick, Miss

collect.. Lee Wilson. 844 J. M. LANKFORD' might also be selected. I'm too Gwendolyn Patrick and Mrs. Charlie Burney officiating The
"'., Beat Estate Maker : : one and two Jack 'R. dark Revert cycle.: Cools and
LLtis Park Fla. ,tftT deceased was the former wife j jof
busy supplying Customersin Alma George. Rev. H. M. Sal
-- .. 530 EartSugsriaM Highway bedroom trailer.'also shade beats Call 2-2681 after I Pm.or my
Double rollaway' bed 123. Vroilaway Saturday. tic Mar 11 n and Okeechobee: mon and members of Mt. Zion Mr. James Cornish, and atone i
1 on
General
Flte,Auto and spaces Clewlston Trailer Park.
bed $15. Rugs tl.00' Counties. Write Noah V. Cannon A.M.E. will be host to the convention time resided in dewlston. :
rH Wyvta*; I Insurance. YU.2-061n tfc. .
125 Acres of each. Presto 4 qt. deep fat fryer Sr. Rt 4, Box 178, Fort when it Is held next She was the mother of eight 'I:
mile, Clewiston
d pasture. Over 2-i na PK.YIJ 2-NM :
it on US. 27. Five a FOR RENT-One bedroom trailer $95. S HP weediest Evin- miscellaneous WantedWANT Pierce or Rawleigh FAT 630683 )- month. children three daughters, Mrs. :
from dewiston. : $40 month. Utilities fur- rude motor $90. Twin reverstbl Memphis, Tenn. Elouse Cox Mrs. Mary F. McPherson ,
[ fink Deomead Realtor ,540 AcresI nlshed. Adults only. Phone. YU G. E. f.n'wlth thermotats June25cA. Funeral services Clewlston :Miss Elton :
YU 2-3421 J Adjacent to Ctewiston.I 2-4250. Itp $25. 39 !inch innersprlng mattress Cornish Hazlehurit Ga.. five
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Cleared. Suitable for TO SELL-Three or four eons, Sgt Robert Cornish, Fort
new condition, $1495 W. Lawrence ;
Funeral services for the late
J i FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex LaByers Motel. 2-2891 dump trucks and one Marlon Earn $20 day or more In Polk La., Grady Cornish Hade-: :::!; :.
Smaller per Mrs. Ella Tobias were conducted -
'
131ANID GREATER THAN will consider Tracts.: apartment Unfurnished' tic dragline. Also access to sandpit permanent route work will hurst, Ga., Lincoln and David ,,
(EVER for houses, acreage, Fronting US. 27 512 South Atlantic.: tfc J. C. Swindle, Sr., Phone Wednesday afternoon, June Cornish West Palm Beach, 1
train man or woman if Inex 3. 1964, at 1:00 at the
P.M.
We have customers Frank Denmead Realtor 21 ft. Chris Craft : Brooklyn \
sse. open sea YU 2-1361 Itc Fla., and Ralph Cornish -
' YU 2-3421 FOR RENT-New 10x50' house perienced. Write Mr. Heath, First Missionary B a p t I t t
lillal,List your property with skiff, 60 ph Inboard very N.Y. Four grandchildren: ,
Box 2766 2 Tenn. 'I"
trailer with two bedrooms.By Memphis Church Moore Haven, Fla,
J. E. Besrdsley. Ph. YU economical. $400. VU 2-3221 three sisters, six aunts five uncles "
WANTED good used automatic .
week or month. YU a June ISp Rev. R. C. Bye, pastor offi! '
1101 tfa John B. Boy 23421tfa JunlSo washer Call YU ciated.: and a host of relatives and
27341Itc WANTED Mechanic. White friends, also survive. ,of
FOR SALE Parakeets, $2.00
Program
FOR RENT-one bedroom efficiency man 1845 years old. Apply 7 : Mrs; Cox and Mrs. McPherson -i
1.15 Acre Cleared Mynah birds, African lovebirds Processional Nearer God*
up My
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: apartment: utilities am.6 p.m., Bill's Transmission had been at the bed side of ;1'
20 home monkeys, supplies.Pet WANTED TO RENT for To Thee
I Adjoining City acre furnished. Couple any Phone cages Hwy. 80, LaBelle, Fla. or their mother before her passingand ,it..
site near Moore Haven on boarding Thompson Wild summer 2 or 3 bedroom trailer Hymn Come Ye DisconsolateInvocation '
YU 24881. tin Phone CR 8-2712 Junltp the other members
For sub-dividing. 6R78Frank Animal Farm Phone Yukon 2- house or apartment For .. Deacon McKenzie Joined 11.fe .
i prig' Daneae Realtor' .. Denmead. Realtor FOR BENTS and S room furnished 1238. tie Rev. Julian Pope, pastor, North- Scripture : the family for funeral serv : I

I_ YU 2-3421 YU 2-3421 apartment Phone 2- side Baptist Church. YU 26483.4tc.. Selection .............. Choir : '
FOR SALE-due to 1U health In the City of ,
.
1271. tin As A Citizen.:. Deacon A. Hug-
1953 1-ton Chevrolet truck. Funeral services for Mr. Zeb iZ
Moore Haven! : I
ROOMS FOR RENT can YU new body; Farmall tractor Super WORK: WANTED-by Dragline .. gins. Queen were conducted Sunday J':' i
24881. tfe C. Both good rubber and and dozer operator, first class We BOW hove available: Selection Booker T. Washington afternoon at Friendship Baptist :\ I
I Business DirectoryTee condition. New cattle gates Diesel mechanic, and welder, 77 lots approximately SO School Faculty: Church with Rev. Floyd Key fU S
FOR RENT: -Small bourne Furbished with chute, etc. Two house lots wants steady Job on ranch or by 128', zoned for home Resolution ., Booker T. Wash- officiating. :1'',
or i unfurnished\ $35 LaBelle Terrace. farm. Box 493 LaBelle ton School .
with blocs in Write or trailer home Thee Interment was in Booker T. oJ'
per month. See Mrs Sloan 433 Box 395, LaBelle. Itp Florida. Ito AcknowledgementsFavorite .. :",
lots being offered for .
,
Nee DealerICARITHERS GOULD BROS. E.: Trinidad or call H. P. John- are Song There Will :Be WaahingtonMemorlalCemetery .
ion. tieGLADES --- a limited time at a cash Peace In The Valley Clewlstoo, Reddlck'a Funeral 14r
STORELicensed "" iIt : 'fA "" .,.' price of $350.00 per lot Eulogy Rev. R. C. Blye Home was in charge of arrangements. ..ot

PAINT or 1 to 2 year terms maybe Viewing of Remains! ""''" ; ,

RADIO and TV Contractors" Insured ananaedil Recessional 4 ,: I

IALES WITH BEBTICBcket ,4yl Phone YU 2-2603 Reddick Funeral In chargeof
,!
nEE ESTIMATES Remains Julia's

': Phone Bdj.:TO 24441'CLEWISTON 108't.' .. I1f" ,E. Sogariaad Hwy., ai.M/l'" AIM>> Beauty Nook ref'

Church
Phone YU 2-2111 news For That New Look f

.-m We Build New Bethel A.M.E. Rev. L. Tinting Appointments.Styling Friday Cutting and No '

SEE US FORBOTTLED l FREE VA Houses Holmes, pastor Saturday .
I TRAILER SALES'New. GAS $ .... Sunday School -.., ..--MMNI--I ':30 For Information. Can 2-6813 1\\ I
ANNOUNCEMENT
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MISt. Ne Down Payment Repaired!
Morning Worship _____ 10:55: Mrs. Jolla Sale. Proprietor .
& Used AppliancesSalesService ATAI W. also need carpenters ..I Evening Worship .T P.M. "..
MERCANTILE: COM- Kendall Cons't. Co. Bible Reading Tuesday night ,4';
S T27E. yu 2-2661 PANY authorized Singer Sewing -
PHONE JTT 5-1771 'Choir Rehearsals Wednesday
Machine dealer's agent will Fuller'sMary and Thursday evenings Harlem Club. \\ti'' I

WALDRON'SEATS POWER GASCORPORATION service sewing machines In J. E. Beardsley Favorite Mixed Drinks,Tried .'
Clewlston area every Saturday. Chicken: : Fish, Hamburger
$ Phone WY 6-5639: Belle Glade Sales Agent Mt. Calvary Baptist Rev. L. and other Sandwiches
AND GROCERIES: tfc PHONE YD 2-7501 M. Kitchens, pastor Recorded Music i .

Open .Tarn, to 1 pm. 'CALL COLLECTSouth Garter Paint Store Regular church services as Popular Band ;,.
Bay WY 80921HENDBY SLIP COVERS'and drapes. Custom planned, with the pastor In Mr. and Mrs. Will WaBaee ): I
lto8 pm. made. Complete line of charge Proprietors .

Sit Days a Week COUNTY drapery and slip cover fabrics. Complete Line of Paint' and Supplies Houses for Sale Time for weekly meetings.on the .
Title &', Abstract Co. Free estimates. Can YU :2-J83L Phone YU 2-3281 same schedule
EVERY TUESDAY) Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand The Original Southern Travelers Jr?
| Far Your Spur of Moment Tub Abstracts-Tltte Insurance Upholstery. tic 444 E.. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston, I1a.: Hooker's Point of Belle Glade will render- Hilton's Grocery
labile StenographerFb.t.eoetg Groceries Fresh bleats ''r "
: ,
Picnics DnpUeanag .". .,.. $4,000 terms a program at the church Sun .
IIIr L. H. Dean V) 4V't V't V. ro" Vegetables. Cold Drinks Essential !
lines East of day,. June 14. There q
Ocwiston Bridge St and Park: Are.LaBell will be Items. '
Bare Beach *. Fla. r. O. Box 148Ot.nge BLUM & SONS PLASTERING.Very $6,500 terms no admission and you are Invited We appreciate: ;your patron ..Ft.I, 'I
J..l2n Best Work- DadeMonroeRealty to attend. age. '

ention Cattlemen Plastering We Simulated Save You Stone Money 0 ATTENTION! .' Mrs.Reporter Emma Dixon Mr. sad Mrs.Proprietors Thontoa BEtas .il

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*Ie lie EVINRUDESales Estimate r
.. debts. time it >n.atolypsiss Stucco-Free Licensed and Insured Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK 309 W. Sugorlond Hwy. I
YU 6248 YU
2-6248 .
Ieaa, YU 2-6248 YU 2-6248
and ServiceNew 25 Years In Business Ph. YU 3-2941 CUwtston )
3850 Lora Street TO THE FUTURE AND .

|Federal Land Bank Mariae and Used Hardware..... ED 7-Oin Fort Myenl7a.or OX.4-28T4 tfc WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING 1. HARLEM GARAGE \ !

$5. Sr Write Parts sod Accessories Glades Roofing Co.
W. 2, NATlMdatn Marine Safety Equipment' & Lew Cat Farm Mortcaie AH Types ef Beef sad } All new,; and ready to serve youl! I
FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN

xk'F1MdaRafldlet Pease YTJkesi 2-5211 Business Lots. 1 Win* Famish Cash Te New Sheet Censtrueam Metal Werk e* I Transmissions Tune-upa s'Overhaulsl i l f
.
BeflaaBee debts.
R. E. WALDRON 75'x100' to 20f:JUley '? ,.j Finance farm Improvements, new fcwOdtagSt Pr Bepalr Abe 1 A Specialty- rc::: '

Williams across from Parkinsons chase wlad machines a4 Install trrifattoo.Assist Phone 2-7111 :( ,

Electric .la'purchase ef a farm grave er ranch. Day er. Evenings bElbert.Allen -
Jr.
For prompt. Efficient: Proprietor | i(
Dade-Monroe ,. 'Purchase mars land.rrevU r. o. Rex U4SCLEWISTON I
All pa Borne delivery, .- ..* casUal fords fer the farm enterprise. n.&. .
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1 kal C OF THE MIAMI HERALD Realty'' Otftt A LAND BASK LOAN YU 26248YU. 2-6243 YU 2-6248 YU -6248' j:

0hins plow. *432i Call Bobby GiddMU 309 W. Sugarland Hwy t BAS ALL'TfllADVANTAGES 1.tewcf payments.Sponger .

m I-IStl YU 3-2941? forms (tap U 2s years). .

Double-'A" l; VeyeBdabte'emee INT).service (serving agrlesltare exclusively EDWARDSPlambing Elite Cafe and Grocery

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Tampa Tribune 4. Foil prepermeat' privileges without penalty.B. Repair NEW'LOCATION

Roofing and Net $350. per wli .-Las servtee. ), local pesple familiar with boil agrivwwrw. RepIaeementa.InatalIatiol1l Corner Tennessee.and ,Fourth Streets I I

Going established local basinets If we (csjj b ef service to yes please write er. pkeaieW.Tt. Home Cooked Food Sandwiches
Censed with excellent prom Cold .
Drinks Candies 1
Ft. Myers .MAY.: Hr. DOYLE E.. Asst. I'
a picture. Start making money er ABBOTT Mgr. Trouble Shooting Cboklea and Jet Cream .. '
Bonded
tit News Press AH t the equipment day you fixtures take over and Federal; .Land Bank Association "Septic Tank 'A.: oI Exclusive Service with Atmosphere .' t
smile
CIQ An ''l'opea supplies plus 2 bedroom -Speciall! a \ ,
and PI1nt1nc Home Delivery apartment adjoining. 18,500 4 Don't forget to purchase a dewiaton Newt N W. ,
.. Call
YU
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W. O. CAMPBELL total Trie*. flf Bradenton 2-671J:
qs 31131rotf. Phone 2-2791 FruIt Desmead Realtor 325 E. Vmitura10 YUkon2765lRATES "
-rotf. YU NOl I FROIHi.;3434lfi BBADENTON.N. FLA.: I

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be expedited as rapidly *i possible GardenDEAR piece in the paper 'where a
on the fix major] waterways Dan from Devil's war veteran died a couple conference
in Florida, Including the month ago and !the Government What J mean on the "*::* !
Franklin re-elected North Florida barge canal. MISTER EDITOR: filled. Some of the fellers fingered sent his tombstone. Hi Mater: t4Ir.!
The board passed two resolutions I was reading In the paper It was wrote in English, kinfolks got in a conferenceover
which were requested by here a while back where a tel some said It was In Greek, 'some the proper way to erect it. Uncle
the Lee county board of county ler named H. L. Taylor that is clalmbed was Latin, and Cent Some wanted to put it on a ce-
'1\' commissioners: ((1)) to the Coast in the Kentucky legislature puta Webster that finished the 8th ment base and some wanted to --......
Guard asking that channel bill in the hopper to make grade and is our outstanding set it up as is. They got to Sugarland
markers be Installed from the all doctors write their prescriptions scholar allowed as how it was throwing rocks- : and somebody Phi
( president OW Tuesday wooden bridge at Fort Myers in plain English so's the In an three tongues. pulled a knife and several kinfolks -
: Beach to Imperial River at Bon- patient would know what be was All you probable recollect was now in the hospital. PIZZA
(\\(1( .,' Its Spring, and ((2)) that the fitting and what he was taking. about the feller thai went to The Judge fined 'em fer disturbing
Corps of Engineer Increase the I don't know how he come his doctor: fer a checkup and the peace and suggested
; ; Association Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla. YU
I' Okeechobee. Waterway Thursday June 11, 1964 operating hours for the locks at out with his bill but It wouldn'tdo the doctor gave him a prescrip !they set the atone up a* is, but 2.3311
.j direptor elected an almost the W. P. Franklin bridge and no good. Man and boy, I ain't Lion He put It in his cardcaseand the kinfolks allowed as how
I identical slate of officers dam from 14, as presently set never saw a doctor's prescription fergot to have It filled. .they would have to hold another ---
f at the 1963-" group, at the another year as treasurer. lag First Research Corporationof to 18. The OWA directors votedto that could be decipheredby Ever morning fer two year he
4 I t June meeting held at Glades Quill replace Chuck Kindred, Miami to make a feasibility add to the second resolutionthat a commuting machine. I re- showed it to the driver fer a bus
-iJ J Restaurant, Clewiston' Tuesday. who was recently elected president study of the waterway at a cost the hours of all locks be member back during the war pass .to work. Twlct it got him Did You
i II i evening. of the Florida Isaac Walton of approximately 14,000. increased to 18, as soon as pos gifting a prescription from my 1 nthe picture show, asset in the Know];
,t j. Paul Franklin, Fort Myers, sible. doctor and taking it by the baseball park, and onct in to a
League and declined re- Howard Banta, executive secretary
-J ': was re-elected president; S. C.J country store afore I had it high school football game He You can get
f
election. said the First Research Executive
Secretary Banta raise at the factory wherehe
Fry, Clewiston; 1st vice president got a
I ;\ John Quigg Stuart, i2nd Kindred presided in the absence Corporation had been very highly summarized the activities of the WEATHER REPOET was working by showing it

vice president, Don Bortorff, of President Franklin, Stuart recommended representative for the said job.a report A- past ;year, and proposed that June C............... 88 72 as a note from the boss to the Bar-B-QtoGO!
new brochures be Issued duringthe feller that kept the books. One
Ft. and Frank who is
; Myers secretary attending a waterway
:l June 5 86 70 2.42
+Ij Gillls, Pahokee, treasurer Glllls conference In Washington. The of economic this company area in in Martin a different next year, and that the Kis- June 6 :::::::::::::::: 79 70 0.72: day he. forgot and left It on the r 1

'I replaces Charlie Goodlett Belle .directors tabled until the July county was not in his opinion, simmee River Valley be promoted June 7 ............... 88 74 0.98 mantle piece at home and his
.; Glade, who declined to serve meeting the matter of employ. satisfactory. The problem of financing as a recreation' area. June 8 ................ 90 70 0.24 daughter picked it up and playedIt
't was also discussed, and Approximately 20 persons, directors June 9 ................ 88 71 0.17 on a piano and won a scholar
L' Banta said efforts to raise the their wlVcs, and visitors June 10 ...?......... 89 67 0.83: ship with it to some music col.
from Chambers of( Commerce
: from barge companiesand hall
money
lege.They
( from counties along the along the waterway, at- Courtesy U.S. Engineers ain't: nobody, Mister
P1tone
tended the YU
3
FEDDERSCertified route will be made before the meeting. Editor, but a druggist :that can 2.93
July meeting. ILUISTOHM HITS read a doctor's prescription, no
Banta said the government ....,.. r matter what language It is wrotein
bas made two feasibility studiesof CLEWISTON AREAA and that feller was tryingto -
: Iggl Quietest the waterway and both were t'I' S brief but peppery hailstorm do :the undoable with his HEARING AID CLINICFree
negative, and "whenever we get struck the Clewiston area Tues- bill in the legislature.And .
I I j TOP-RATED AIR %PiMif CONDITIONERS'edtfen in a fight with Tallahassee or day afternoon about 5:40: durIng speaking of the undoable Audiometrlc Test' &, Hearing Evaluation

I I II II the Corps of Engineers, we lose, P which hailstones the size of the fellers at the country Thursday* April I
r.: because of the old feasibility re- marbles bounced off cars, sidewalks store Saturday night was git- (and the second Thursday of each month)
I ports." He said the waterway :' buildings and people and ting discouraged about ever 11 A.M. e 4 P.M.
I f II1Ii below the lock: (in the lower "" 'J melted in the rainfall on the having' peace in the 'world in 1 BAKESVS8UGABLAND

,j' Caloosahatchee river area at j. ground. our times. People everywhere PHARMACY
l Fort Myers) now has heavy j Clewiston) seldom experiencesa is having revolutions, uprisings, ClewUton
commercial traffic, pointing out J. tt \ tI hailstorm, and this one was of and little war*. It looks like the Conducted by
XC4U3Ng that Florida Power and Light I, p' short duration. Less than an human race can't lit along with.' ARTHUR L WHJTESIDE; and ROBERT L. KEMP
Company hauls fuel to its plant inch of rain fell In the accompanying out fighting. Fer instant, Ed Authorized dealers for Mo'orola-Dah'.bert: r-wjw! AA
WIgQUNDBARRIER near Fort Myers and shell companies P'/P'I'/ 1( squall. Doollttle said he had saw a 2200 Bay St., Fort Myers. rol'rlda,
also use it for local traf r'! 4 {.
fic. Banta said 400,000 tons of ,
traffic is expected next year
from two barge companies 1
which he named. mAIuD d44 60 _
The director passed a resolution -
protesting the use of the B
.Is first la Miami Her'lId'11963.G4 Top Ten Brand Surro 5% sporting goods bond money /t111'eJlS
r4.a4te.selDDWOWNxaarewlw.o..r..rIucorrotVZNT for any purposes except recrea e H '
IVAIUlANrr l.. *.. r-r"" 'oeIIM wee tlon. This resolution was kindled &\ r ,
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a.M.eelr IM awe.e at NO drag C08rl"
I by the proposal to use some
I of the money for land acquisition _
;.- In the St Johns River

-: .' ;. : Redish Electric Co. basin.Members were urged to attend CHAIR: 'BARGMN-sr: :'

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a meeting at the Lee county -1 ..
"When you do business with us courthouse Tuesday evening ,- ., .. .

You can be assured of good June 16, when 'representatives GRADUATION HI-JINKS / I" I

I. Service high quality reasonable of Florida the Central Flood Control and Southern district The Clewiston Water 'Tower 40 i ?

Prices and our undying gratitude will explain the bond act and ported this new decoration d ..
tot a few clan recently t ,, .,
Clewiston Florida the land acquisition proposal.The
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The design has been covered
hold /
directors voted to
I Phone YU 2.1601 116 Bond Street for further action by the OW Aboard by a fresh coat of paint
however. Start Photo
iissisl'MRIZ'S LARGEST of directors a resolutionto
SELLING BRAND"_ k 1
the governor asking that work YOUR CN01HATHCOCK'S

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