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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 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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safety award


the The Florida Industrial Commission lit addition the American:
I .., Hospital Association and the
award to the hospital National Safety Council: presented

I eminole ; was "For continuous operation Joint certificates coverIng '' '
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without a disabling injury for the years 1981. 1962 and 1983 ,
; were 301544 man hours from January rt
to the hospital for a perfect '' :
1, 1961 to December 31, record In Group 1, Hospital I I

air describe Big 1963. Safety Contest '",, t' j:!

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J D. West, The Weds : I Ii
Inbays Mrs Ing with the

e BI' spent Cypress several ReservaUon years Big Hendry Cypress News I

eir asslned; task ldilrj of atfl 1955. They
1 InID
tile Bib l In the WBT very reserved :
list month ly all women
I the
at
Pavilion 20 poke only
Trlbel
of theIr ...:\
telling ,
:d Fir, lest of < ,." County and America's Sweetest Town"
tion there are
Wests were sent to'Big iukl speakers
e by the wycllff Bible Florida about Return Postage Guaranteed. See. 34J.I, PJt Subscription: .14.00 JIll "

eSI 5lators. Inc., who seek to Part of the S t,
lilt the Bible InID .Ulanarrived Creek which I

pI, When they theyI that the '. f
Mikasukl II a spok- from the Creek
thai RobertsonR
wage only: they first writ-had the same !! Paul
to
ce the could Creeks In
beto
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p before they even in Creek, ; .

I! following gigantic tory task of of trans-their domesticated.renegade.wild In the In ; killed hurtin 1.I 1..


'arances' Fair 1 In ttheWvcllttPa."Mi the New York. rived The In sons

written by C. W. dialect

who lives In Fort My els and a +
u IIG th. winters: of' a word ( ) auto accidentFuneral .
4
came as a surprise to reefS .
and other visitors at the I
World's Fair that :Ii
York monolingual Indians t services were held at forced back against the seat and
ire United States and that 1 1 I Pattlson Funeral Home Chapel of the car and workers
M Seminole Indians of Florida Saturday afternoon for Paul had to remove the door and the j1 j1roof
,, language more complex Norman Robertson 53, who was back of the seat to remove his "
i English But that was 'Just killed In a traffic accident near body. '.
of the story David and Vir- Naples last Wednesday after- The car was pulling a boat on
a West had to ten :last The appo noon. Robertson and his sons a trailer. The trailer was broken -
'1 In| New York as they Fawcett," as Frankle 18, who was driving, loose In the Impact; and the J
ioi leave from the Big Cy- of Everglades ; and Freddie 12, who was asleep boat catapulted over the car,
Reservation south of Inc., located on the back seat were return- across the canal and onto the
ijtOOrtal! Ing from an all-day; fishing trip ,opposite bank Deputies from the
the early weeks of the to Marco Island. Collier County Sheriffs office
r York World Fair :Mr. V Trooper Ed Crawford who assisted at the accident
Mn, West were assignede investigated the accident reported -
officiated
that Frankle said he Rev. Victor Turner :
war 2000 Tribes pavilion
,,1 visitors about the work ( dozed at the wheel; the trio had at'the services Saturday afternoon
Pall bearers were members -
bflr organization, the Wy- arisen at 2 am to leave on
; of the Master Pilots Association W
Bible Translators which the fishing trip and were en '
'
e Inging literacy the Bible, ot route home when the accident Jacksonville. +

ether help to 330 monoling- occurred about 3:30: p.m. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. f
language groups in 16itriei 1 Robertson was a captain In Mary O. Robertson three sons,
One of the groups is r the U.S. Maritime Service and Freddie and Frankle of Clew- '11:ij tentacles and one of the ( y : had only recently returned to iston and A 1/c Norman Robertson
trio! !the United States.K t u Clewiston following service In Roswell, N. Mex. two ":jf
TOT 2000 Tribes pavilion I Naples Italy. daughters Mrs Sandra Hart. f ;i

lied! (for the 2000 monollngUntuige -ITranlel--..-.. received a- broken Qultman, Ga. and Miss Vicki : f'
\ groups throughout arm and other injuries' in the Robertson Jacksonville; his ,
world' that still have no crash and was treated in the mother, Mrs. A. E. Thompson, f'.1'
:u language and of course the Naples Hospital. Freddie's In- and one sister, :Mrs. J. G. Simmons ...'. I'
have the Bible. It is the 111111t't rare juries were minor. both of Norfolk Va., and !
of the WyclU'e crganiza-' i Capt. Robert Culver of Deep two grandchildren. .
with the help of the SJtnImtltute \ u"
Lake Prison Camp told Trooper
of Linguistics Interment was In Ridgelawn( 1
J sad the Jungle ,Aviation : ; Crawford that he was approaching Cemetery*.with! Pattlson: Fune.raUlome I '
Mae the ,,Meter and witnessed -
lade ) the accident. He said : 1
then 2000 tribes, and it is
the 1961 sedan,wentoff the right ,
of the pavilion to i
furpoie t ,
side of the road'and struck a Treasure-Trove '
that need known. G IG!= t" 1
: palm tree. There ,were no skid > .
marks, and Culver said he saw A treasure-trove has been ,recovered ;a I I
"IIO evasive action" on the partof from the waters of ;'
asks "where will
I&es we rare the driver. The car struck Charlotte Harbor off Port Charlotte rt ?
: ; the tree which tore the right on Florida's southwest '
for : of a quarter of the sedan apart backto coast Skin divers have come [
tor r next cane harvest ., the center post between the up with a gold and silver sword ;;'
St doors Robertson was riding inthe and about 50 pleces-of-eight ,; ,
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cultural labor in Florida which Mexican : right front seat; he was The coins are dated 1689. c .
particularly In the Ever- into the States : ,: .

I* tin lOOn be in critical sons and he DIANE Pa Doyle Conner addresses council ,J I
ftp: ind it U time for the same action \
I to jet really concerned, the my
tt. problem Fred C. the West Indies
*Sugar iw-prejldent, personnel, nishes the bulk Dr. Jim Wright elected, president n) i

Corporation, told ar cane
ten of the Lions Club authorization

*diy that "no one seems ber 15 1964 council on crime and delinquency' !

*rm*admit
*** am scared." tell us that a :
; Doyle Conner commissioner fender. :
laid the American Ne- chine which ; : of agriculture: addressed From the press were Bennett .
bla *n the Southeast In in- ly in the ; the Florida council on Deloe.cn managing editor of the
*>l numbers since the add is still ; ; crime and delinquency at their Tampa Times Victor Leaven- ':1'1
; when it .is here
World War IL "Those 35th. annual conference Friday good, Tampa Tribune and Low-
"W who are remaining chasing enough : in Clearwater and pointed outthe ell Brandle of the St. Petersburg I
an fast becoming chines to keep need for local ,
too old more government Times and Independent.
w the mills to
harvest labor and are support for control and This conference is said to be '
a week will be
Wvantage of education treatment of offenders. He was one of the most informative and
** footers, many of Mr. Sites introduced by Roy W. Russell useful in the councils 35 year
*
III Ping on to college. agriculture member of ,the Florida Probation history. The council hopes to 1,iII
*lay II wen face the fact the public what this and Parole Commission have over '1,000 members this 4
is*source of labor is fork President : who explained the close connection : year and .is made up of judges,
to 111,"he Mid- ducted the ) between the commission commissioners, (both state and
rreabIy alarmed at dewiston Inn and department of agriculture: local) the probation and parole i
cog t 10 of the US. Senate in was Jerry Flint the Dr. Jim Wright j juvenile commission, educators law enforcement -
extend the act under ty; agent counselor for Glades and Hen- officials Juvenile I
435- dry counties was elected president court workers and representives -
to head the state
organization from the press. Marvin
'" : and joined with Dr. Vernon Brownlee. past president offered -
\ Fox chairman of the dept. of Dr. Wright his best wishes '
YM criminology and correction at for a successful term and
Florida State University; and presented him the gaveL !
Dr. Sam Feldman, chief clinical:
psychologist from Dade countyto 1
Teach children
: address the group on the your
place of group counseling In the II
Y Af juvenile court. This panel was traffic safety!,
.
i t tJ Introduced by Arthur Doter, director .
r : of state training schools.
epA Others who addressed the (WALK OAf
c 0 u n e 11 were circuit court
judges. Joseph p, McNulty and j jIj
J. C. Adklns Jr. LEFT ,
From the universities were Ij ,
at Dr. Vernon Fox Dr. George
I Kllllnger. Dr. Sydney Merin O I
; and Dr. Edward Rimming director -
: 135 of the state departmentof
: mental health.
Speakers I from the 'Juvenile V
: *, court, field 'O. '
: : : were D. Howell !
of Tampa and Louis dele
I :; : Parts state representative I
--- "" .1JfS'l'Jllf.e" ':! :! :; the From: the field of adult corrections fAClHGlTRAFFIflCity I J

I PlG-SOOP he. .meWi7 beer ) were J. Hopps, Barker. I
an4 City .f Qewisten with ( president of the Southern States I
all4 fhe mere' te .m. Probation and: Parole Associa i. i.
Ute
wdere ww warier .b >> :: : of Clewiston
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tion. Paul Eubanks
s be aeeerdiq l .. Earl Morris, ; president of l.
CIewIa. the Southern
tee Ceoatry. CtaJ The banding, States Prison Association '
Dob Jsgger, public de- Police Department ::

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Edna Prince, Hfflsborough CounI I
Two THE CLEW1&TON' NEWS dewiston Fla. "Trooper Magazine" wasn't getting for highway construction this ty Tuberculosis and Health Association
Thursday, June 18. 1984 enough coverage on a volunteer year Inc.Betumlnl .
basis 10 officers: were The Clewlston School building SuYS Remember
the
,
to their homes St
designated for the talk Dave received a new root and other
CLEWISTON NEWS the minor with the labor teachers will work in the local tn
THE was man.Newapapering repairs
hat its brighter being done under the Civil county health department to :eta FATHER'S 'D
Published every Thursday st 109 Central Avenue, Owistoo. moments like most any. pro- Works Administration.Mrs. learn first hand of the multitude DAY Y
Florida, by The Clewlston Mews, Inc., a Florida Corporation. feislon and Dave gets a chance R. Y. Patterson entertained of health and welfare resources
to them, their students June
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1B27, at the to write up his own accident with a luncheon bridgeto available 21
families and other
Post Office la Clewlston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of Can't wait to see what adjectives compliment Mrs. S. W Shaw lp. their
of the community.;
March 3. 1179. he used to describe bow and Mrs. Tom Wiley of Tampa members
also will meet DERWWEA&aed
teachers
a car charged across the road who were house guests of Mr The PAJAMAS
t .OPW4 NATIONAl EDITORIAL. and hit him." and Mrs. Crover C. Poole. with representatives or official T-SHIRTS e Quality
health and welfare
and voluntary
+;, 41 LmT5mt1: : : damaged Actually In Tomllnson't an accident car west was TWENTY TEARS AGO agencies to learn of programs 6.e each SDoan& er LoNQ trq

hciM titlueNe of Clewliton recently as it was (From Clewfctm News which they may school draw 3 for $2.05 $$2:98:
I'h t Q y struck In the side by: a car making Jane II. 1M4)) upon to Improve the
0 Subscription Rates 14.00 per year a left United State Sugar Corporation health program. ACME BOOTS
: C> 19a4 (Return Postage Guaranteed) turn.SS G--p
J has made a large planting When the teachers report to QU.u.Tt-
} i 1tiON BERYL BOWDEN Publisher The Little Major League baseball of ramie in a Joint project with their respective .county health Genuine LEVIS WORK SHoCQMODERATRLT
S. H. STALLS. Managing Editor schedule failed to get under Newport Industries to study the i departments they will work the
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 11201'ii way despite screaming possibilities of this fiber plantas lime days and hours that county Fatigue PANTS, TmS PI 1tID
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves headlines this week. Seems a possible Everglades in' Hwjr, Clewlston! Fla., recently health department personnelwork. tare Quality SPECIAL WEE T1
1: the right to reject: any objection advertisement! as always the summer vacation dustry. completed his first solo flight Good ; SDOlT-8LEEvID Loh
THD NEWS Mam.. no rwponilblllty for the rttura .f uaollcltcd and camp conflicts de- while returning to the USFcampus
Edwin O. Ward wrote his in a military aircraft undergoing Upon $2.98 SPORT
mtnuiorlpu photograph only
THB NEWS ..or.um.. no financial Mipomibtlltr for trpofTtphletl pleted a couple of teams to the family of life in a German prison flight training at the for the conclusion of the pr. SHIRTS
j' errors or ooramlMlon. la kdvtrtlMratat bat If notified point of no play. Bather than Pensacola they will report their
of such errs, before tb. sent Inca of .r will reprint ror1 camp in the Polish corridor, Naval Air Station, project TOPS TO MATCH $1.50
testy that part of the .dr.rti m nt In which the error occurred.. reset the complete schedules Church services softball Red Fla. experiences and their application Sam Price! ea.AL'S .
I 1 !. the .".nl a time foment would render the eorr tion/ *.1.! .- fans are reminded to add a weekto marks Important to the school health pro-
KM, the News will reduce the prlct of the adT.rtli.nwnt by' an Cross boxes ice skating weekly The flight an
I amount iu.l to the ...re.n.... of the total .pac. a* the .rron. the schedule as published two hour walks and other activities step in his gaining designation gram.
eons or omitted copy r.pr.MnUd. If you figure right :you organized by the soldiers as a naval aviator. ARMY STORE
i' should see the game you hope themselves did much to Pensacola is the primary
tot! relieve the monotony of prison training center for Navy, Marine Game board set 723 E. Sugarland
-SS- life Corps and Coast Guard Highway

i The Picturephone displayed Friday night their, upbringing the DeMolays by St. Martin's Episcopal church pilots budget meetingThe (Come in and browse around)

I acquired property for the erection
,/! The Ben Telephone System is about to open up Its Pic "allowing" the Rainbow Girls of a church building. annual budget meeting of

;, turephone device operating to start with between, or among, to win a Softball game though Brig. Con T. W. Blackburn, the Came and Fresh Water
4'03,.1i Washington, New York and Chicago. You will need a special no The one Is quite sure of the soon. Third American Arm y Air Perry takes partin Fish Commission will be heldat

t booth and$16 to $27 a minute, depending on distance, once postponed game Force, presented wings and 9 sin June 24 in the meeting
played by rules that were
I!! to send a picture over the wire. The lunatic the lover the was made the graduation address at room of the Tallahassee Motor
poet are the only people who want to pay that kind ofI arose subject As to an change equalizer as the the boys need Riddle Field Other Air Force health project Hotel Dining Room, located at tft1\\\ \\

I : money, so for the time being We are safe. were "forced" to bat with one and British Royal Air Force officers 1830 North Monroe Street, according \
H', But it's the beginning of the end Before we are much hand. The girls jumped off to took part. William O. Perry, business to director A. D. Aldrich ,,
device will be standard and then Cpt and Mrs. George C. Bes- .
1! older the equipment. a one run lead which was quickly education teacher at Gewiston .
the fat will be In the fire. They say you can turn the picture overcome by. the boys in tor of Camp Slebert, Ala., visit- High School, began a Health DRIVING(
;)) part off, and so you can, but who will remember to their half of the Inning. An ed in Clewlston during his Project in Teacher Education
t',,f except orderly people who are dressed at any hour from 6 emergency session of the rules leave. at the University of South Florida
II A.M. to midnight whose homes are always tidy, whose committee brought forth that Tuesday. /
:: spouses do not make faces at the spouse who Is phoning, the boys must run backwards TEN YEARS AGO The project was Initiated in rtesr
rj tell the smallest white lie? around the bases. (From CiewMot. News
r:! and who never even response to teachers' requests DOJudpe r//R
r Out of the window go all the excuses, all the tergiver This sudden ruling plus the Jane 17. MM) for information on community

( sations, all the polite fictions "Sure I'm ready to go. No generousity of errors by. some Midget baseball made its resources available to Improve
I we hadn't sat down to supper yet We were Just doing of the DeMolays as they were bow to Clewliton as a schedule their school health programs, '

f our homework John would love to come too. being charged by Rainbow base of recreation summer games opened headed in the according to Professor Oilman i CHECK
t allowed the fairer sex program by Ikei
' I,, I It's been nice chatting with you. .You didn't disturb us runners Carl Ferrara. W. Hertz project coordinator. of value wS
to accumulate quite a leadTo THOSE
i
one bit" And out go all the ideals, when a swain sees the the Sylvia Beatty. and Shad Land Thirty Florida teachers will the vitae of our cal
even up game
i what his date looks like two hours before date time. Ands girls generously consented to let were delegates to Girls State. spend two days on the USFcampus 'n.uraftct''Content. TIRES.
and then return to .
the sooner or later one Is bound to answer the Joint ] lIIttocllYl
proprieties; the boys run "forward" for one flag day program was their home counties for two
and with towel Insecurely hung about held at the Canal Point Community
h a
) phone dripping Inning however the'rally fell a weeks of field work. The project Driving on wor
(1 one. The only-fatnt-comfort is that there will be a readymade little short with the help of a"few" Park by the Elks Lodgesof will end when the teachers tires is asking toe
i tj'' answer for that old question, "Did I get you out of disputed decisions by officials the Everglades Scores of return to USF July 13 for three l\\\% '
; bed?" The Sun (Baltimore) For the boys It was a persons in the Lake area attended days of discussion and evalua- Abner H. ( trouble. For safety
bitter but informative lesson the program sake, see us novel!
plimented their workmanship you got to let the women Mrs. Belle Bryan was recuperating tion.Speaking on various facets of Vann
.
.' ability and willingness to work. folks "think" they are superior from surgery performed public health
during the two
: S Sonny Sez They. are to be commended and even though us men in a Montgomery, Ala. hos days the teachers will be on the Ph. Redish
:: folk "know" have the pital. She was visiting relatives Servi
r others in should which they know are of the working manner band. we upper in Alabama during her recup USF Crane campus Miss will Sadie be Dr.Reading DavidL. YU 2-5971 ..

f Members of VIe Bugsrland Their window washing Job surpassed It was real entertaining for era tlon. Vincent Grand, Maxwell Mc-
Band have been busy at odd any previous Job, whether the two outstanding youth organizations. Mullen and Floyd Baker all -
jobs earning funds for band 11m.I'j' personal or hired,.the caller representing the State Board of "'ffif[1 I..jr.t' YII/W Phone 2-9471 for Free Pickup & Delivery Se\\ '
forms Instruments etc., and a concluded. Boys in serviceSANFORD Health; Cal Pinkard MacDon- .............. Sugarland Hwy. Cle '
group of youngster drew wordsof -SS- aid Training Center; James l"-k' :'II!'. '
praise for their conduct one Trooper Dave Tomlinson has Fla. (FHTNO -
I'j' day last week. been officially. tagged "Scoop" It's History Now Raleigh F. Dyesi aviation .
!!
A call Tuesday morning com for Hendry County Seems the structural mechanic third class, ;",. I(
USE son of Mr. and Mr C EarlS.

"_'UU'U'Ud'......._.._....._..... ..,...................-..-.-..........-.... Timor(From Ctewtctoa' TEAM. News AGO serving. Dress with of Clewlston Heavy Fla.Attack, !is

I, '!j..n. II .rf Joe IS. 104) Squadron Three,' Naval Auxiliary : -
4 CWA (Civil Works Administration Air Station, Sanford' Fla.
.rI i ) forces were placing The squadron trains pilots for

.11 ) marl on Pacific Avenue. ; the Atlantic Fleet heavy attack When you see this
: : street was re-graded by hand squadrons. It flies the Vigilante
I II. labor In order to provide as a twin-engined jet propelled
I much employment as possible carrier based bomber.
NE.
The State Road Departmenttold
;,
i: urxn delegations from many PENSACOLA. Fla (FHTNO) y'a
i, NIO11NSAY! ; counties who were clamoring Marine Second Lieutenant
",, Hourh for work In their areas that James W. Nail, son of B. E.
PRESS
/ r i there were no funds available ,Nail, Jr. of 200 E.* Sugatland

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Clewlston High School to meet and "all" sports during the next Little League Cltwlaton. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three
Athletes asked Friday at the gym In order that school year should be present nurlday. JUDe II, Ul8t

I summer conditioning! program Junior High student are ask schedule delayed

,meet at gymstb1kaBOf mar be set upHill to meet at the Gym at 10 a.m., nouneed last week, will be In
It strewed that all boys who Friday; Senior High students at Because\ an Insufficient effect starting next Monday PIZZASugarland
ch ill sports 1\ plan to participate an "any" I p.m., Friday, June 1Mb a number of boys had turned cut night Carruthers aald
>r for practice: : and complication
with camps$ and vacations: the Pharmacy \
Clewlston Little Major League Mr and Mri Ray Langford "
Church Directory opening was delayed one week spent Sunday In Miami aa YU 2-3311 "' r
lewiston; by Director: Woody Carruthers guests of Mr. and Mrs John -
Games and schedules as an- R. Smith. '
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a-S Worship 11:00: .m.-Morning Worship. 11:00: .m.-Morning Service. rya H r' ill a?
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11:00: ..m.-Nursery In the ParIsh '. 6:41 p.m.-Training Union.
s4a1: Meeting.Meetln. House. 8:00 p.m.-Evening Service: i
p.JII.Prayer 6:00 p.m.-Westminster Fellow> Wednesday

YOUIh .-. ship. 7:110: p.m.-Officers and Teachers : .. ICometJ1'
p. Wednesday: Meeting
cmxosTAL: T:SO p.m.-Choir Practice: : 8:00 p.m. Midweek Prayer ,.'
!OOLNES CBUBCB Service.:
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b0 IIIb etewlaloDef.l ST. MARGARETS CHURCH )
,R I. Taylor, pastor Father Robert A. Hostler )1J

'. Sunday School.Worship I:00 ..m.-Sunday Mass.T FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 1 7a1c-r; !
n.Mornlng :00 p.m.-Sunday Mass.
331
W. Of eeola Avenue
Evangelistic
j .-Sunday 7:00 a.m.-Dally Weekday Mall
Rev. David Denslow. Pastor
$lniMppPrsyer. T:00 a.m.-First Friday Mass. 1 ii .
I:45 a m/ Church: School.: :, ,J" itr
8:00 p.m.-First Wednesday < ,\,M -
Service. 11:00: a m-Morning Service. I '
each: month. Catholic k 4r jb'F VM ,
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7:00 Methodist YouthFellowlblp.
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Service .. \ "
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OITBSIDE MISSIONARY 9:30 ..m-Religious Instruc ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH CLAIRE MCCARTHY PRACTICES her forhand stroke under

UrnST CHCKCHM Street tion.CITCBCn (Eplaeopal) the watchful eye ef Instructor Walter Comrie during Saturday !- l lt
s francisco 207 N. Tactile moraine's Instnctlonal period. Over 48 yeuncsten I
Man PopecepMoming t
Bev SchooL OF CHRIST Rev. Clark H. Dorman. Vicar: timed for InatracUra- Staff Photo '
Sun.- unday Worship. SOl South Central& AvenueJ. Sunday Services 1 .

.J.Sullivan Minister 7:30: a.nu-Early Eucharist: "
IJB.BTC.pm.Evenlng Worship.ottdiy Sunday: 10:SO .m.-Family Service: and Tennis enthusiast sees "Lake
) 10:00 ajn.-Bible School. Church School. it
: Service. 11:00: I.m.-Worlhlp. Saints and Holy Day ai an
) pn.-Prayer- T 00 p.m-Worship.! nounced.: Okeechobee Tennis Circuit"Walter ;
Wednesday: Confessions by appointment
: rid t
OF GOD
HITCH: ,
7:30 pm.-Midweek devotions I-

jlj fculk. Joe raelfle Coleman ATCOMBtv and Bible Study. Comrle, by far Clew, enough for 4 to I people to hit
HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH istons outstanding tennis enthusiast balls against a time Is erect ,
1 n.-Sunday School5.0Morning Highway 721 has been working for ed ((31> tennis U Introduced: Into ;
Service. .CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
I Worship. APOSTOLIC FAITH Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor several weeks with the youngrter .the schools commencing: : with
1 pa-Evening Keith Clewhton IU: .m.-Sunday School. In teaching the fundamentals the fifth grade through to the i
tesiaypn.Prayer: 11:00: .m,-Morning Worship. of the game In cooperation twelfth grade '
Service.: Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor .;
; IU Training Union.: "The United States Lawn Ten
: p m.- with the Clewlston Recreation: -,
Jtf Endeavor 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 1:00: p.m.-ven1nl: Worship. Department nis Association, If approached: 'j' 10i
People's .
pa-Young 11:00: a.m.Praching.Tuesday :
Wednesday: The,original registration was will provide valuable assist.ance
: S:00 p.m.-Prayer Meeting nearly 50, which: has dwindled : by way of showing Instructional 4i''
T:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Get the hottest deal of the
the '"
OBI CHRISTIAN CHURCH to approximately a fourth because : films and conductingclinics : year on year's hottest.

M N. Frinciice Street Friday 7:30 p.m-Young People' there Is not sufficient: : ..They will also finance: a compact.. Get the kind of record-settingperformance that ;
Goodrich Minister CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY 01'GOD time to spend with Individuals junior :evelopmenproll'amme M
a J Bible Schoolin.Communlon Meeting- according: to Comrle If given a little encouragement helped Comet break records from Daytona to Dar-es-( "'
Run.-
"Our aim should not be to
FranebM Street The courts: were recently: renovated
Worship Service.and: CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 215 James mouth F. Klmbrel Pastor by the City and are In produce: champions: but rather Salaam, The kind of sports-car styling that won Comet
excellent condition: Comrle said. to give everyone the opportunity ,
South dewlstoa :
p.m.-COmmunlon and Sunday: design awards from Paris to Brazil. And now-the
Rev. Herb>> Hlgdon Pastor They are receiving a lot of use to play and enjoy this vigorous,
Worship Service. 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School. 10:00: .a.m.-Sunday School.: by adults, but the veteran tennis healthy outdoor sport kind-of deal that has helped Comet break sales records,
sda1: 11:00: a nw-Morning Worship.
,
11:00: ijn/ Worship Service: player suggested the following The best way I know to kill
t p.m.-Bible Study 7:00 p.m.BapUJTr.ID1D' 11:00 7:30:: p nu-ChCdren's.m.-Evangelistic Church.Service: recommendation for tennis enthusiasm for the game is to from Maine to California! Come get yoursthisjweektjIMMEDIATE .
Union. development Clewlston: put two or four enthusiastic
IBIOVAH WITNESSES
t:00 p.nv-Worship Service Wednesday: "We have the talent and whatIs beginners, regardless of age, on
pkm HaO-417! W. El PasoR Tuesday 7U: p.m.-Chr1at' Ambassadors more we have the enthusiasm a tennis court: and leave themto ; DELIVERY FAST CREDIT EASY TERMS
.
Oaborn
S:00 p.m.-Brotherhood. among our youngsters, particularly : It After five minutes all the < >
,1.Walcbtower Study, Wednesday: Thursday: the girls, to make the fun,Is gone and so too Is the
7 30 p.m.-Pra7lr and Bible
pjn.djy ':30 p.m.-Hour of Prayer. : game of tennis the number one enthusiasm Too much: time Is
Bible Study I 00 Study.
.
: p.m. ThursdayS : pastime for the young peopleof spent picking up balls, and pickIng Hendry County Motors Inc.
usdiy Ministry; School,!:*)
:00 p.m.-Choir Practice.: : 1idayy.m-Royal: Rangers !orBoa. Clewlston Our City Fathers up balls will not teach: or I I Ir
rtci Meetings 30 have spared neither, money nor encourage,people to play tennis
; p.m.
1 effort to provide .excellent- ,The Id.alletup would be for Sugarland Highway Clewiston, Fla.. .
duties: for play by day and or South Bay, Belle Glade, Pabo- ,\ -
night at no charge: This is most kee, Okeechobee: and Moore Hayes 1 :' ,

to Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: commendable: to follow the lead set by ;'
"All will be i In vain however Clewlston and eventually forma ,
unless 11)) an experienced: full "Lake Okeechobee: Tennis
iendry County Floyd Howell Agent Inc. time tennis coach: : is persuadedto Circuit': A silver cup: could: be ; .
Motors cPa.takinrnimsa. Star come: to Clewlston (42)) a con: competed for by these towns,"
STANDARD OIL COMPANY crete block: practice: wall large Comrle concluded: : f
RMMS-U01' -

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SAVINGS A LOAN ASTNRoyal's

Phone S4M1Pndgen Store \\Z\- MAKE DAD KING'_ .n:.j I
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"If Xasy to Pay 1 ? ? H .* Father e Day. And make Carirt the ;:

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Come the kingdom ef ear Lard and ef BU
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Sylvia Beatty, Big Spring Texas lIeed.
reside In Glendale, Fort Myers, Miss Lorraine Dunaway is marriedin Mrs Lanier Keller, Athens low sad Wonderful IJIIrtI gveloped

Florida. Ga., Dr and Mrs. Clifford Beat aymPath a ..
u', fOIlOW
Giddens weds ty, Danville, Ill, Mr. and Mrs. loss
of Iraat
The bride Is a graduate of our hushao4 !
Clewlston High School, and has rites at Pahokee Baptist ChurchMiss Robert :M. Giddens, Miss Bever- wlU remain With and r.u.
been active In campus and !b' Etherton, Miss Cindy Wlnn )'eara.W. 111 fat

church activities! and In the Order Alice Lorraine Dunawayand at Dallas. He is employed as office West Palm Beach, Miss Juliana sincerely

of Rainbow for Girls. She Rawli were married manager of Sealtex Corporation Skinner, Wrightsville, Ga. Mr. kind apPl'eelalt"

: Lionel Beatty Sunday Is past worthy advisor of theClewlston In LaWayne the First Baptist Church Orlando. and Mrs. Robert McDaniel, Mr. and the expresslona many of I11nJII
the and Mrs Maurice Fletcher, Mr klyda5505
Assembly and a past Pabokee, Saturday evening la acandlellbt After a short honeymoon k e
grand officer of the Florida Assembly at seven couple will reside at 2225 South and Mrs Mott Skinner Wrights
ceremony Orlando.Shower ville, Ga. John Roashlrt, Homestead Mary c, Robe rL
o'clock. The Rev. Guthrie Col- Street,
Mill Grace Christine Glddeni The groom graduated from Mr and Mrs. Claud Gid children mHATHCOgirg
I i of 503 E. Pasadena Ave., ClewIston Clewiston High School, served vard, pastor, officiated. dens and Mrs Betty Beatty.
; I became the bride of Dr. in the US Air Force and graduated Miss Dunaway Is the daughter honors

I I Lionel Eugene Beatty, 1632 from Lincoln college of of Mrs. GoldIe M. Duniway CARD OF THANKSWe
Park Avenue, Fort )!yeu, In a Chiropractic In Indianapolis. He 424 West Ventura Avenue Clew- Miss DunawayMiss HESTAORAA saYl1
.
; double ring ceremony -performed practiced in Indiana for three iston, and UM late Fred L. wish to thank aU those

y In the First Baptist Church, years before coming to Fort Dunaway. The groom Is the ton Lorraine Dunaway, who were so kind and thoughtful OPEN IlTAnOK All.
," dewlston at four o'clock: Sunday of Mrs. AYelea Rawls. Dallas. whose wedding to LaWayn NlGRr
to We
) Myers, where he Is associatedwith us during our time of Beyer a...
June 14. Rev. L. and the late LeMon of Saturday
afternoon, Sweetland Chiropractic Texas, Rawls was an event
T. Fagan, Sr., retired, former ClInIc Rawls. evening, was honoree last weekat .

pastor of the church, officiated. Among the out-of-town guestsat Standards of'white mums and a miscellaneous shower In
( and urns of white the wedding were Mr. and gladioli decorated the altar of the Fellowship Hall of the First

1 stock: and white KIllian dallies r'a Mrs. Marshall Skinner and Miss the church, and white satin Baptist Church, Clewlston. Let u.

decorated the altar; white tapes Julianne Skinner Wrightsville, bows marked pews reservedfor A yellow and white color

burned In cathedral candle- Ga., Mrs. John Baxley, Mrs members of the families.A scheme was used, and floral
j 1 libra decorated with arrangements Baskette music arrangement In these shades AIR
I Robert Mr. and Mrs.L. program of wedding CONDITIONyour
of greens. B. McCallum, all of Macon, was presented by Mrs Guthrie centered the bride's table.
music wa furnished
The wedding
j I Mrs. Maurice Fletcher Ga, Mrs Charlie R.: Young, Colvard, organist, and Miss Appropriate games were en-
I by and Mrs Robert Mrs. Lanier Kesler and sons, Ruth Colvard. vocalist Miss Joyed by the guests during the your car
organist
I Mrs. McDan- of Athens, Ga., Mrs. Adolph Covard sang "Hand in Hand, evening, and the honoree open-
McDaniel. soloist.
and Kurth, Orlando, Allen Kurth, well Walk Together", and "The ed and displayed her gifts. with
"With This Ring",
iel sang Melbourne, Fla., Mr. and Mrs Ever Told"
Sweetest Story pre-
Mrs.
Hostesses were Lynda
of Life"preceding
"Ah! Sweet :Mystery
1 the ceremony and Douglas A. Logan, Miami, Mr ceedlng the wedding ceremony, John, Mrs Delores Duncan, Easy budget installationS29950
'The Wedding Prayer" at its and Mrs. Jim Welchly and and "The Wedding Prayer" at Mrs Joe Elder, Mrs. Ross La- One Day _
I conclusion. Jt daughter, Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Its close. The traditional wedding Byer, Mrs. Leon Bembry and

Mrs. Fletcher played the trad- Stanley Connell and daughter, marches were used: Mrs Walker F. Nail.

itional wedding marches for the Janet, Mrs Edythe Nell Wino Matron of honor was Mrs. Guests who registered in the
processional: and recessionaland Miss Cindy Wlnn, all of West Jerry Cross, niece of the bride, bride's book were Mrs Goldie BECK MOTORSPhone

soft music during the cere- Palm Beach, John Rosshirt, who wore a street-length dressof Dunaway, Mrs T. L. Tanner
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Y a ., Homestead, Johnny Sullivan, YU 3-1301
deep pink taffeta, fashioned CIcwutou
mony. S Mrs Richard Bethea, Mrs Earl
The bride was given In marriage toe Dr. Herbert Sweetland Fort with a bell skirt and matching Byrd. Mrs. Robert Kelly, Mrs.R. .
w Myers, Mr. and Mrs Grant
She carried a
tulle headpiece.
by her father. Her floor H. Crawford Mrs Gussie
Averill Belle Glade, Mr and
length gown was of white acetate -' ,fir bouquet of light pink pompomsand Foy, Mrs. Oswell Sutton, Mrs.
Mrs Charlie Metter and daughter -
with sweetheart neck- Ivy. Carl Robertson, Mrs. A. H. King,
peau Patsy, Plant City, Mr and In the mood ?
nieces of the to
Four
young sew
line, long sleeves pointed at the Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs.
Mrs James Winn and daughter -
wrists; the bell shaping of the r bride served as Junior brides Homer Bible Mrs. Herbert .
Rhonda Canal Point, Mr\
Skirt was enhanced with winged maids. Miss Sonya O'Bannon, Clark and Miss Patricia Sut
and Mrs Wayne King of Tallahassee. I
Debra Dun-
Susan Dunaway
motifs of Alencon lace reembroidered 'SS'\
Dr and Mrs. Clifford ton.Refreshments
with sequins and away, and Pam Dunaway, were were white
Beatty and children of Danville,
of
which added eleganceto dressed In identical dresses cake decorated with
pearls, yellow
Ill., Miss Sylvia Beatty, of Big
white dacron and cotton, styled
bodice and the and
the across Mrs. Faraba rosebuds, nuts, mints
Texas,
lace Spring with full gathered skirts and .
front of the skirt Alencon punch.
Chalker, J. C. Chalker.Miami "
I train lace collars. They carried bouquets +aaseMsar
edged the short chapel
which attached to a bow Arthur Chalker, Homestead, Mr. of pink pompoms and ivy. '

I back. The was brides veil was of MRS. LIONEL BEATTY and Mrs. Sam Bishop,Mrs Mr. and Ola W. Medford Dunaway, of Wedding ,x r rI
Mrs Wilmer Bishop. partyis
Imported English silk Illusion Bishop, and MIll Ola Pearl Clewlston, gave his sister In I 'is h
and was attached to a small grace to the skirts. The attend- The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and marriage. Her wedding gown L '*
crown of lace petals outlined ants wore Identical headdresses Mr. and Mrs Claud Morris Bishop Fort Galvin Myers.Largo, Mr. was of white taffeta, fashionedwith entertained /
I Mrs Terry
I with pearls. She carried a cascade of triple bow of tulle with short Giddens, of Clewlston and the and Mrs. Edwin Calvin, St. Petersburg a short Jacket and floor- .Me
bouquet of white phaleon- veil, matchlne shoes and short groom is the son of Mrs. Betty and Vernon E. Bryant length bell skirt, featuring; over- Members of the Beatty-Gld* ../ f

opals and stephenotls, centered white gloves. They carried cascade Beatty, and the late Clifford D. Bowling Green.Teachers lays of Chantllly lace. A detach- dens wedding party were guests
with a white orchid. arrangements of white carnations Beatty, Clewlston. able train of taffeta with ippli- at a rehearsal dinner party Saturday

Mrs. Lanier Kesler, Athens, and pink sweetheartroses. ques of lace, reembroideredwith evening In the Fellowship
Ga. was matron of honor, and For her daughter's weddingMrs. attend pearls was attached to a Hall of First Baptist Church. *?
::1 the bridesmaids were Miss Cindy Giddens chose a beige lace cummerbund. She carried a Mrs Betty Beatty and Mrs.

Wlnn, West Palm Beach, The groom was attended by afternoon dress with % length summer workshopMrs. cascade bridal bouquet of white Claude Giddens were co-hos c/
Clifford sleeves and satin belt. Her net and Ivy. A pillbox -
Miss Beverly Etherton, Clewls- his brother, Dr. Beatty pompoms tesses.
'I
ton, and Miss Jultanne Skinner, of Danville, Ill., as best man. and flower hat and other accessories Mae Mine and Mrs. Betty crown covered In re-embroider Dinner was served buffet

Wrightsville, Ga. They' were Ushers were Robert M. Gid were in matching shades. Fry, teachers in the Clewis ed lace, held her elbowlengthveil style, and tables were decoratedwith ,
gowned alike In aqua sheath dens, Clewlston, and Richard She wore a Cattelya orchid cor ton Elementary School are enrolled of illusion. white wedding bells and

street length dresses, fashioned Don Giddens, Coral Gables, sage. in a summer workshopat The groom was attended by floral arrangements with miniature

with scoop neckline and capped brothers of the bride, and Ed Mrs Betty Beatty was dress Florida Southern University his cousin, Lennls Warren, as brides and grooms.

sleeves. A bouffant oversklrt, win Galvin, Largo, cousin of the ed in mauve lace with matching Lakeland. They are taking special best man. Junior groomsmenwere Attending were Miss Christine r

with nylon lace Insets, added groom hat and accessories Her corsage courses in elementary education Marlon Gill, Monty Anclnlc Giddens, Dr. Lionel E. Beatty,
was 01 cymbidium orcmas. and Craig Anemic, all nephewsof Mrs C. R. Young, Athens, Ga.,

Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, F4a. Following the ceremony the the groom and Mark Parker, Rev. L. T Fagan, Arcadia< Mr.

I Thursday, June 18, 1964 bride's parents entertained with' nephew of the bride.Candlellghtets and Mrs. Donald Giddens. Coral
a wedding reception In the Fellowship were Verlon Gables, Terry Calvin, Largo,
Hall of the church r 4 Rawls and Mykel Rawls, broth Edwin Calvin, Largo, Miss + r

I Palms and floor vases of white ers of the groom. Ushers were

t --. blossoms were> placed in the Weldon Warren, cousin of the
COMB DURING OUR: 24T1I.
I room. The bride's table was groom, and Dale Dunaway,
: ANNIVERSARY
"When I overlaid with a drawnwork and June 22 27 brother of the bride.A .
embroidered linen cloth! ; silver reception was held In the
DRAWING FOR PRIZES
J candlclabra held burning white Fellowship Hall of the Church
EVERY EVE 1:30: P.M. ::cr
want your taper with flower arrange- following the ceremony. Assist-

ments.. Sun, Mon Tues. .Ing Mrs Dunaway In the hospitalities ?
The three tlered wedding cake June 21.22'- 23 were Mrs L. C, Parker '

opinion was 'topped with a miniature Special Children 40o a slater of the bride, Mrs. Lois > t) &
bride and groom, and served "FLIPPER'S NEWADVENTURE" White, Mrs C E. Williams, r
with punch to the guests. Mri. W K. Aldridge and Miss Sa

/ I I'll II ask for Assisting with the hospitalities >Jew Fun New Thrills Dorothy Bachelor Mrs Richard xdno:r: !

,.' u were Mrs Charlie R. New Family Entertainment Bethea, sister of the bride, kept ): :o 4I pEMIL

Young, Athens, Ga., Mrs Richard the bride's book.A ;a
it" Qlddons, Coral Gables, Miss Wed. Thurs, June 24 25 three-tiered wedding cake C

...'" I Jackie Goldman, Misses Debbie DOUBLE FEATURE I, was served with punch from a O I

,r and Beaver Kemp, Clewls "SIMMER MICIC" beautifully appointed bride's
l > ton and Mrs. Clifford Beatty, Walt Disney's Fun Frolic viable
What's wrong, fella Got a big liability auto m your hands T Danville 111 Miss Sylvia Beat "GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS" The bride is a graduate of Ito

Proper insurance, not belligerence, I Is the only thing that ty presided at.the brides book. ELVIS PRESLEY CkwUton High, School and of [C1E:

f will help you If you have an accident or fire! Let.us explain The bride changed to a t traveling Fri Sat. June 26 27 Mather School of Nursing, en ao
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costume of linen lace, a DOUBLE FEATURE Southern Baptist Hospital, New .
our Independent agency services to you two piece suit worn with cocoa Rourvsov CRUSOE ov k 'Orleans, She has been residing

; blouse and matching hat; one MARS" In Belle Glade where she was

I 1,1 Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency accessories and the corsage orchid A New Kind of Thrill \ employed by the Palm Beach t.
which centered her wed- "DRF..Ull\UKER" County Health Department. m Clewlston Don Stiles, Mnn

t. ding bouquet. and Mr. Rawls is a graduate of
Sugarland Highway Clewis ton Sing Swing with f 'Where it's always apleasure'
1 After a short honeymoon In TOMMY STEELE: tee Dallas High School and of ?
Fort Laurierdilc. the couple will Southern Methodist University .y to scChristine > v u


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announced Delegates off inary when be became its first Engdahl of Boulder. Colorado, Clewlston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWSThursday Page Five I'',
Engagement Hatfields returnto pastor, while serving also at the are guests of their aunt, Mrs. June II, 1904

to Girls StateSally First Methodist C h u r c h In John D. dark, and her daughter -
Moore Haven. Miss Diane Clark Miss ways be sincerely grateful.
Oliphant and Sarah Joe Clewiston This will be his first appearance Clark returned Saturday from CARD OF THANKS Your friendship will alwaysbe

Cato are spending this week In in this area as district superintendent Cocoa Beach where she taughtIn We wish to express our sincere cherished and your kind
'l.. Tallahassee as decision's delegates Mr. aud Mrs. Clyde Hatfield and many friends the schools this past term. appreciation for the many sympathy remembered.
to Girls State. They will and sons, Dwight and Handel, in the community as well as In She will leave the first of July kindnesses of our friends during Mrs Delia Waldron '
return tomorrow after a full who left Clewlston 10 months his own church, will welcomethe for summer courses at the University the Illness and death of our Tommy WaldronEXCLUSIVE ,,j '
week of government study, by ago to reside In Marshall, Missouri opportunity for further contact of Wisconsin.Mr. father. : I Ii

r b' participation.Mr.> returned Friday night with an old friend. and Mrs. Luke Carchettoof The many kindnesses to him r i ;

and Mrs. Charles Oll Mr. Hatfield has purchasedthe ElI ns, W. Va. returned to and the help and sympathy offered
phant> and W. J. Cato accompanied Fair Grounds Trailer Park their home Friday, after!' having to ui Jn our bereavementwill :
the girls to Belle Glade from Frank Denmead, and he been called: here by the serious never be forgotten. .
last Friday to board a Girls and his family moved Into the) Illness of Mrs. Leo Wheeler. a'
S5.I00 Acres reed pasture
State special chartered bus for residence on the Trailer Park Mrs Carchetto and Mrs. Wheeler The, family of ,Uriah
land half suitable for ettras.
the trip to the capital. grounds. are daughters of Mrs. Mary Tanner
iMPERSONAlS I
Nine miles frontage State
of E. Pasadena
1 last winter Belle Shaw
Temperatures Avenue. Highway 70 in DeSoto coun
Majority changed the Hatfields' minds ty. This was formerly the
degreeto and Mrs. Robert W. Kel- CARD
about residing In the ucrth. On Mr. OF THANKS .
Brc Ranch.
Parker >>
leaving Marshal Mr. Hatfield ly and sons are vacationing at I
Linda For the assistance Ill per acre *.% down
GeigerThe presented a neighbor with his : Fort Myers Beach, great given -
almost-new snow shoveL "When Ford has returned ut by many loving friends
Raymond Frank Denmead
Clewlston
Assembly of ,
during our recent bereavement I.
you use this next winter, thinkof from a vacation trip to New
Rainbow
Girls met Monday eve. for the floral! offerings, and the REALTOR TO S-1421
nlng with Susan Peers substituting me. I'll be catching bass In Father L ark I n Connally, York, and to Baltimore, Md. other kind deeds, we will al- ,
as worthy advisor in the Lake Okeechobee," he said. priest of St. Margaret's Catholic Mr. and Mrs. Ken Walker and

absence of Sally Schick, who Is Church, Clewlston. was family are spending a two weeks t
attending Girls State. Surprise showerfor transferred recently to Fort vacation in Knoxville, Tenn. I "

Past worthy advisors were Introduced Lauderdale Parish. to-St. Bernadatte's Mr. and Mrs. Wayne King of )) We will have {' I

behind the bow. They Mrs. PittmanA several
were Linda Geiger, Judy Vann, Mr. and Mrs E. E. Montgomery QJ Special Decorated
Chery}-Lee, Chris Kelly and surprise shower was given and son Rocky, spent the parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Diane Rackstraw. for Mrs Raymond Pittman weekend In Winter Park visiting King They will return to Tallahassee fi.: )
Andrea Bolton was Installedas Monday evening In the Pit Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodward today. Father's Day Cakes
1 Love. Room of the Glades Restaurant, former residents of Clew Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
where the honoree and guests Mon W Sage during the week past afternoons!
Linda Geiger was presentedwith found decorations of pink and Mrs. W L. Brantley, Jr., left were Mrs. Gordon Goodwin, Bakery open Wednesday
her majority degree by white, and a lavish display of yesterday for Oklahoma City, Edna, Kans, and Miss Eva Finical
Mrs. Hortense Vann. grand dep. baby gifts for the young twin where she was called by the Wichita Kea., sisters of RAY'S BAKERY.

uty.It sons of the honoree serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Sage. They'were accompanied ..;
was announced that all ,Hostesses were Mrs. G. Robert Mrs. Jessie Lannln,. Mr. Brant- here by the Sages' granddaughter -
ANNA POSTELL girls going to Grand Assembly Berner, Mrs. Elsie Futch ley, Jan and Judy Brantley and Julie Hobbs of Eustls.
should meet at the Masonic Mrs. H. W. Shupe Mrs. a T. Mrs. Brantley St., accompanied The family group spent the

Beach Mrs. Don Giddens, Miami Hall at >:30 Sunday morning, Vaughn Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Jr. her to Miami to board the weekend at Fort Myers Beach.
Postell-Clinard June 21. Assisting Mrs Clara Neff and daughter
Miss Beverly Etherton, and Mrs. Anthony Toulls. plane.
Mrs. Robert Giddens, Mrs. In serving were Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. Beder Nail and Ann, of Johnstone, Penna.,
J !Mr( and !Mr Fred M. PostellLioiince Claud M Giddens and Mrs. Bet H. Avant Mrs. Charles B. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Nail were guests of Mrs. M. L. Good Choice Location "" \>, 'a
the engagement and Rotarians attend Owens and Mrs. Ray Lee win last week. \
ty Beatty of Clewlston. visited this week in Winter Haven -
[ipnucbing marriage of theirauibter. Mrs Thos. B. Owens, Kay
with their mother, Mrs.
Anna to William Roy Beulah Mae Nail, who is seriously Owens, Mrs. James L. Owens / for home or apartments :
Euurd: of Clewlston. Adams tri-club dinnerA Beardsleys return ill in Splvey Memorial and daughter, Kathy, spent several ,
T The bride Is a graduate ofLwlstoa return days on an East Coast
High School She at- group of Clewlston Rotarians from Europe trip Hospital. beach last week. Jsmes'Owens 225' x 100' corner location : :
faded Southeastern BIble Cob from N.Y. Fair and their wives attendedthe Miss Andrea Bolton Is leaving Joined, them for the weekend.Mr. t
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsleyreturned Saturday for Florida State University .
and
Lakeland and is employd Trl-dub and Mrs. W. J. Cato '
barbecue
rp Mr. and Mrs. Bob Adams at the Thursday from a seven in Tallahassee for two weekendto north side of highway r
Corjnrltioa this
will leave
-
by United States Sugar Country Club In Belle Glade Sat family .
have returned from a trip to weeks' vacation trip to weeks at the special art camp three weeks Lake
.
spend on
urday, when the Belle Glade '
the New York World's Fair. Europe. During their stay they for talented high school stu ,
Is the June at Lake Placid. Joining
Jog[ The(of Mr brldgroom-elect. and Mrs W. E. Clln4 They attended the "Price I.RIht" Is and Rotarians dewlston entertained Clubs. The Pahokee event met with Jaap Rldder, an engineering dents. Andy was one of 30 In them for part of their stay will both streets paved; service alley: 'I', '..,
telecast and Mrs. Adams student from Holland the state chosen to attend the $
|- of Clewlston He Is a gradate was the pay-off of a 13-week attendance be their son, Sgt. Dale Cato and
ate the Belle Glade High was among five ladles Interviewed contest the first of the who spent several months In camp. She Is a member of the family of Rome Ga, and Mr.
for an appearance on Clewlston recently under the de- incoming Junior Class at Clew-
.ool and has completed a and Mrs. Paul Bussey "
year, when In which Belle Glade Call
enlistment In the U.s. the show. partment of state exchange program iston High School. \.i'
IT')year was losing club.
.j Tone In addition to the Fair and dewlston members who at- Mr. Ridder took time out Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Morgan, ..
.
l lJ.
[He u employed by United New York City attractions, tended and reported to accompany them on several ST. spent the week-end In Lake '
a enJoyable
ijtti: Sugar Corporation. visits to Willlamsburg, Va., event, were 'W.very C. Bos- trips, serving as an Invaluable Placid, Joining Mr. and Mrs. Sugarland Pharmacy J. E. BEARDSLEY '
I Penna guide and adding greatly to Wilson and children of }
An August wedding la being Philadelphia and Mount well Jack Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Boyette ;
arced Vernon, Va. made the visit a their enjoyment of their trip. Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Jernlgan, Mr. and Mrs. PIZZAYU
and his mother and sister REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Jaap
memorable one Mrs. Adams' Carlos Dickey, Dr. and Mrs. L. Curtis Pullen and children, John R
father J. E. Payne, Hlaleah, C. Mr. and Mrs. also entertained the BeardsleyIn Emily and David of Pahokee E
Vaughan Joe
I Luncheon honors Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501
their home In The Hague. brief vacation 23311 ,
i accompanied them on the trip. M Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bass, in a on Lake '

I Miss Giddens Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gallo Mr. June. : :
Mrs: John Corbin and Mrs. and Mrs. Mike Mlllcevlc, Mr. Happy BirthdayJune Mrs. L. F. Cox, Sr. of Macon, .
Mica Christine Giddens: brldc- J. E. Spooner spent Monday In and Mrs. Charles Prater and Ga., arrived Saturday for a visit ; (E f t w.
eel "Or Lionel Beatty, was Ft. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Veltre. 18-Pat McCoIley, Felton with her son, Frank Cox, and 1'. ,
ar with, bridal luncheon Ricks, D. -Benefleld.. Mrs. Cox. On Sunday, Mr. and
eta !'h, (Ci wlston Inn on June 19- Mrs Cox, Mrs. Cox, Sr and
at ''un 13. Hostesses Now To Serve You June 20-Mrs. E. p. Bethea, Sr., )drl. ,H. n Avant, enjoyed a ''I
Open .
ere.:: 4 R Young and Mrs.Kc Bobby Giddens, Mrs. Alma trIP/ toJbUcmi; 11pd! a visit to the (
Mackey, Bud Howie, Mrs:
'. Seaciuarlum.
> : ooth of Hull, Ga.
11*:' It at'e was cen- JOHNNY'S SEAT COVERS Richard Griffin, Dorothy HI-! Mr.'and Mrs. E. E. Edwardsand ,; I
man. spending .. .
,
family are a vacatlon
era! :::1 II i rranscment:: ofpnk '
.l : and white r. & Auto Glass June 21-11. T. Vaughn, Sr? at Fort Myers Beach. "
ar \'a' baby breath Marcia Cox, C. V. Parkinson, Rev George Nelll and Mr. ',
1d ,; .Jdcna was glvik a t 718 E. Sugaland Hwy. -. Clewiston John Perry, Mrs Beder Nail, Norman Gilchrlst of Hollywood .
a ., carnations (Next to Hathcock's Used Car Lot) Mrs. Ruby Lanler. were guests Sunday of Rev. and
::1d June 22-Lily Merle Waldron, Mrs. Henry H. Ford at the
Complete Ante Trim Boat Tope Convertible Tope
>"re Miss Ju-, Truck and Tractor Seats Recovered Custom Seat Corer Ruth Keller, Phil Hogan Mrs. Presbyterian manse. tijiikJ4
a' :id Mrs Matt Phone 'YU 3-3271 for pickup & delivery M. T Hood, Edith Yon Brown, Stephen Stltt of Austin, Texas, j

:iU\,,:lie. Ga., Mrs James L. Nesbltt. is .pending tho summer at the ... ,.
won) W. ,t Palm JOHN \\DtLL, Owner and Manager June -Essie Roblson, RuthB. Stltt Ranch In Clewlston with .t '" : i
... Owens, Larry Cason Rob- his cousin John Stltt >'
THRIFTY DRUGS IS YOUR GIFT STORE!! .
ert Kchoe. Mrs Edna Young Mrs. Elsie Futch and Miss .
June 24-Leah Splcer, Marcia :Marcia Futch spent the week. ,
WILSON'S Burke, Beverly Egley Schmidt end at Fort Myers Beach. Special for Father's Day .
Lb .. Church Roseboom, Roy Mrs. R. M,. Hare has left for Travlkits.navy :e I'I
Hancock. Fitzgerald, Ga to spend ten Wallets
AJRg1E./ 1 59c; June 2J-O. A. Anderson, Wra.R day,with her! alster-In-law. Mrs. Amity . .. $3.95. or plaid ,
l Burke, Taft Cason, Mn.AIOIIZO L. (C.Renfroe. in genuine leather '
Busek M case for men'stoilet ,
Ray Ralph ;( and Mrs W. C. Prewitt ;
rr have'' returned from a vacation (Regular $5,95)) accessories j I'
:J Quarts ROSE DALE No. Z'/, Can Bozeman during which they visited tho f'J
preachesin

Deterrent, : .u. _. 450ac Peaches .... 2 for 550 World's Clewiston
I other ttartt of Canada. 1ff: _
5 Ibs. WEBB'S Dr. W Scott Bozeman, new }Me;, fej Mrs. Ernie Hill have ? :

:;t!": Grits 3 Ibs. district superintendent, will I retut'ned'from a vacation In _
__ :.;::t 39 Rice .. .. .. 490C preach at the First Mathodlst KntervCJe, Tenn. !
Mrs 'Phil Shuford His favorite! brand is here!11 "
Mrs Richard
Church, Clewlston, next SundayIn < Hi! Mom!
I'and Mrs. S. H Stalls ,: '
Crzde: 'A' a; tha absence of.th.. pastor, Cande. ,
'
wete vfjjjfers in
Ft. andFt'MyeJ"l. .
Rev David Myers "' ;. R '
DonslOw, who will / :v t''ii l
1 ; ..14JDAD 't. !
: Beach SaturdayMrs. ,
likesCANDY
be at the Methodist Youth FellowshIp
!.tIERS Whole Rustle Camp, LaBollc. Cohnally Nail and daughter1 \i fresh as a breeze from the ,,-' ; i.Meaiterrean I. .,.. 'I.J .
Lb. 29c Mrs.: Horace Harris and :
Only The Clewiston First was Methodist new and ChurchIn Rev. sons of Bells Glade visited In | /J"y;. < too! t., -'.;,

URGE -- Bozeman was fresh from sem- Moore, Haven Sunday afternoon. Faberge. .. .
I
DIJUD GOLDEN1 RIPEBananas Misses Mary Lou and Dedee Nunnally's'J' :


Fresh Eggs .. .. 43,, ..u. 3 Ibs. 290wrra T 'the modern continental touch.for,, ,* -- ('jI "''t.

:\3 Cracker of men ,\: .; ... Whitman : '1 '
Call wrra JUICE GLASS ,,History f t. .
B'f Yardley : r, I. '.
!!f and Mar J ;

1 I11st .. 390 Silver Dust .u. 330PILLSBCRT .Lake Okeechobee ", fragrant as an English garden Sampler '
I
cn .. ,

fk Chops It.- By Lawrence., Will _, Signature. 0' S PangHorn's r l' ,

Prt\lC .. 390 Biscuit .nu 3 cans 290. ,Author of "Okeechobee Hurricane"Mound by Max Factor, top. American ; '.


H FRESH GROUNDHamburger I. ',, Old Spice / If -

Names . Ib. 390MSSSMUMSlSSSMSlMiSJiM .3 Ibs. $1.29 Builder :,*"r ...".*."**,*. Seminoles and many others! <{jj.u'PfJPutHM. J't'' '( '': ,.' i iFxTICEliDY

roteSteaks
; Battle of Okeechobee F': Hungry Land .
FRESH PAN t
} (

k ... .. lb. 490 Sausage un.. 2 Ibs. 750 Capt. Tom Bass Fisherman's Friend i ..... u Pipes. ,

Pogey Bill, the Sheriff :1' '" suni., .t i ij I
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We.close Wednesday AfternoonsFRANK'S. "Doc Anner" Ilighway Pouches, Tobacco, etc.. '

Tingey" Conners 'I3l ilder. .I e ,Butane Cigaret lighter i3//

First Railroad on the Muck I 'Transistor Radios
,

Forgotten Settlements Tantie, Utopia' .* $8.95 to $22.95 "

Nemaha, Elderberry Seratchankle MilMISS I '


Grocery"'MarketBOMX "A History That'.' Different"Note. ,t", 'J. _' .1 THRIFTYDRUGS I' '; (' .; :""I j

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Sale at Local '" ", .J
OWNED' on Kaffeaint Stand* : ..: J- 11 '
1'rQ31/g1 AMD OPERATED .
117 DID.I'VD> Ira TO MMI ..OR FROM L E. WILU 211 V. Kate Si* Be* GfaJ. )fli.: '" } J. '-' 'I ; 1 ,

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e tge $, THS QJEVSTON NEWS Otwiitoa. 771.Akssaal. C r Blair all Hall; Clewl.l .-
.. marked.
". Florida. pilalRly POWER
': w Jima It, 1M4 .Prone**.! for Eleotr1..1 DI.tl-| MORE COOLING

?% .but outer'it: I.Lien.f the C*.ntreeUi.a"on.....1...... The City the
>f Uewleton: reserve the tight THAN MANY "CENTRAL" AIR
Three accident at UO to the Laocfocd ear and .o waive Informalllle In any CONDITIONERS
R (100 to the Paulk car by Chief bid and U reject, any and all
bids> -
Whaley. Tbe bidder, la submit tins' era NEW
investigated
bid. -hall acre to the followlna-l
Ill, ) He shall alert construction
Thin kcck nU which r> City docket within thirty dar*..after
written contract I* *cutI -
tttllcd\ in considerable property d.
damage and no serious Injuries Cases disposed of luna 10 by ( ) with will .b* completed
n sixty (ft) day eft-
I have been Investigated In the Acting City Judge Carlo Dickey -

I Ii it t 1J past week by the Clewliton( Po- Included Robert Ray Diehl. (I) He'shall furnlih. material.
similar or coal| to catalogv
lire Department careless driving and causing an number Hated on the 23,000, BTU ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS
Albert accident 115 Jimmie Olden. attached material list
;
i On June 15, George Bidder will carry Work
((4)
Bradley of Clewlston wn wilful and wanton reckless driving man' Compensation. Public _

J n'r charged with failure to yield 163 or 20 days and S days, Liability Inauranca and Property, and will, Demits fur--

right of way after hit 19 0 conditional provided he repairguy .... Certificate of ,

Rambler 11 rue k TalmadgeLouise wire damaged In accident; fnsuranc. to therewith.K the City. laconnection ,

Mood)"'. 1963 Chevrolet Curtis Smith, public drunk. $25; I ) Full payment will be made

t r .r at the corner of Ventura and Coy Johnson, public drunk $25; by the Is City completed when construction and secepted -.

Olympia. Damage was estimated Coy Johnson, vagrancy, 30 days, for the City by the a II
by Chief Whale and Patrol- conditional pardon provided he .City Manaa-er EnalneersCITT and. the Conultlns -

man Bishop as 75 for the Rambler leave city and not return for ; OF CLEWISTON

j In Florida : jwie' and f 175 to the Moody car. period of one year; C.FLORIDA... BlairON

.. On June 11, Charles John Van Curtis Smith, public drunk, 4 -41
June It IS. July I, 1114IX .
Vlett Jr. of Miami was chargedwith days with credit for time; El

careless driving and causing ian Williams, public drunk, $25
natural
a at a picnic beer is a an accident after he snick or 10 days; Norman Waldron THB, ': CIRCCIT COURT OF tel.
1
jj a 1963 Ford driven by Lynwood Jr., driving while license revoked THR': ", FIFTH': jimriii PI cm.OR-
STATE OP
'I IT OK THK
I When you're relaxing at your favorite outdoor beauty spot with Taylor from behind on US 27 sentence pending; Robert tire. IX AND rOR hiF"DRY 1' I

friends or family! ,and your thlrst'swhetted!by fresh air and exer- near San Pedro. Damage to the Williams, careless driving tOl >TV. SAM 11 CHAKCKRrWO. : .

cUe-that'i the ideal time for a cool,refreshing glass of beer.la Van Vlett car was estimated at and causing accident 125 or 10 ORDER TO SHOW CXtJSD t"

k, fact you can name )'VOI'recrea oD-lWimming, hiking, or )just $200 and $100 to the Taylor car days; Joe Jackson' driving with ROLLER DRAINAGEPISTRICT.. a dralnsce \ '.

watching 1V-and Chances are nothing in the world fits k quite by the Investigating officers.On no valid driver's license, ISO; district of the Stat et

,4! well beer. Splvey Morris, careless driving Florida, j MODEL 250A-3R
u u June 10, Chief,Whaley Investigated Petitioner
Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that an accident: at ...- and causing accident, $25 or 10 ...STATE OF FLORIDA Amana 250 Air Command"
THE -
days; Barney Mcdinithaa, DWI, "
we live in a land of personal freedom- d that our right to enjoy dens and San Jose, where a and the PropertyOwners '' Klng-ilze capacity yet
$250 or 90 days, driving while
.
I beer and ale,if we so desire,is just one but Important one of 1957 Ford driven by Wesley Joe license revoked, $130 or 30 days Cltlioni Taxpayer of Bollee and fda In windowa IS small
those personal freedoms. Langford reportedly! truck a Drainage District n as 28 Inches wldel
and conduct
: 1959 Pontiac driven by Margaret disorderly : : $25 or County of Hendry. In-

In Florida..beer goes with fan, with relmttoo Fay Paulk. Whaley charged 15 days; eluding owning. properly non-reildent therein -
Billy Ray Adams, no validdriver' and subject to taxa
@ with failure to yield
1 I, UNITED STATES BRIWUtS ASSOCIATION INC.. Langford Lion,
'' license, $3} or 13 days;
Jil r.aioxin tI11p5AaKRdaDAt right of way and causing an ac- Ripondent
cident. Damage was estimated Douglas Angel, speeding, $10
or 2 days; Douglas Angel, no TO THE STATE OK F1XHUDA. BIG
::1 tall llffht and causing minors to THROUGH!': FOR THE THE STATE TWELFTH ATTORNEY World Famous Amana quality and craftsmanship Is

H .- bedU Q eDtp..tPoDed..;. until JUDICIAL STATE, AND CIRCUIT THE'! SEVERAL OF SAID readily apparent In the new 23,000 BTU Amana 250 COOLING.,.

r / June 24; Calvin Peacock: causIng PROPE/RTY/ OWNER TAXPAYERS Air Command" Room Air Conditioner. Brings you the
1 AND CITIZENS OF THE!
minors to become delinquent -
STATE OF FLORIDA AND OP''IOU.F. combination of features BIG
greatest room cooling available
I Ii postponed untn June 24; !! DRAINAGE DISTRICT
Homer Curtis Day driving HENDRT COUNTY. FLORIDA In one, campact unit-giant capacity whisper-quiet operation VALUE I
"t" INCLUDING NON-RESIDENTS
kI' without valid drivers license OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT automatic climate control and exceptionally low

I' rb dpi i $150 or 30 and 20 days.INVITATION' TO TAXATION THEREIN. operating cost, yet fits In windows as small 28 wide. See
: i, i AND ALL OTHERS! HAVING OR as the Amana 250".,,
y dp a A CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE

t: OR ISSUANCE INTEREST BE AFFECTED BY HOI IV.IFS PROPERTYTO BY DRAINAGE THE- Sea the Amana 250"Air Command" and these outstanding The! leader in

DISTRICT HFNPRY COUN. Amana quality features! air conditioning
IIHQI TT. FLORIDA OF BONDS HERE-
I INAFTER MORE PARTICULAR
I.Y PFBCRIBFD OR TO BB AF-
FATTED IN ANY WAY THERE- Over-Stza. Cooling Coils -
1q BY'
You and each of you are hereby a. Full-Rated Compressor '
TO BID required. to the
appear on
II zavaR ti3=R s zas s aa 13th day of July 194, at tl:00 Bi> "Quiet Englne rtxrBj iTflff.NABACKED
8id bid will b* _tYd by oclork A.M., before the Circuit BY A
; the City CommlMlon of the Cityof Court of Hendry County, Florida Washable, Permanent-Type Filter CENTURY OLD TRADITION
CUwliton Florida, at the nt the Chamber of the honorable OF
City Hall to ass PM FJa.t- Archie Odom. In the
\ a. Four-Way Rust Proofing FINE CRAFTSMANSHIP
Standard ., lit. ,
rn July Court House In Ft. Myera Florida
at which tint and place all bid. and show eatme why the
will b. publicly pnd and tad prayer of the Petition filed In
aloud th* above entitled proceeding
l.I l.- Bids shall Include lurnlohlne IhOllld not b. granted and the
all mat.rlalelaboreup.rvidon.' Held proceeding. the ....0.0m.nt. GLADES
and eOIl.taotloll equlpmsnt oran asain.t. real property, and GAS CO.Dan
alternate bid Including the the bond therein described be
1-n-- forxolnc lea I material for the validated" and confirmed said .
+ eon.truotlo of .ppronimately bondneon.tituting not "e..d.
I 1100V t :of 9 KV electrical die 1n. 1300000.00 Drnlpnce Bonds.
trlbutlon line of the City of dated Au.u.t 1. 114. bearing Interest McCarthy
CIDM Clowliton. All construction shall .t not exceeding the legal
j
b. according to the plan..nd ,rate and mature eerlally on Au-
purification prepared by 0. B.McCartney Suet 1 n the von,. 1515,
ft AaxKlaU. Conultlnir the detail of which are'Ir: forthIn -
I. This big beautiful Chrysler Xnclnnri.; f O. Box Resolution Ne>. U.. of BolleeDralnat
1060. gt P.t.r.burf Florida. District Hendry. County
Bid ihall b* for conntruotlonOf Florida.I '
IIOOC of til all l aluminum DUNE AND ORDERED: at FtMyera. doesn't
is priced less than cad with one ((1) No. 4 coppernutrl Lee County. Florida, this Advertising cost. it PAYS!
wire and hall Includetranifcr Hth day of Jun. II'..
nmoYal. and ln.UIU- /./ Lynn Gerald
J: $7 a month more than you'd pay. lion**.of*ervioa all transformer, atrtet llfhta. .eoondarl ..cold -. tN-'U Circuit Judge. r

onda" oontrole ..d .m..1. 01 June-I.i, IS, July t, 1144HOTICH
for Ford ChevroletsI lln*. txtall of construction
a or .
are shown on Dwe. No. .. .51.
I Copl* of these drawlnvi, a,.
available at the ftfflo of Mr. C.F. or SPECIAL Johnson Cars
I MEETING:
# Blair In CUwliton. ht. of
-" comparing prices on a Chrysler Newport Ford Mr.th.a Blair print: *or can from b* *th curd* Consult-from lIoi' special Drainage meetlnc Dletrlct:of: the:n.nmbarswill Fl r-

Galaxie 500, and Chevy Impala. All 4-door sedans. All In Construction*; Enlnr. shall b* standard life, be at held the on office Friday of June County I'. State Road 832 South

comparably equipped. The difference is less than $7 !'.." arm '0" sled bow, brsces- Agent Ted Gallo In the County
Bub-Office In Clewleton at *
,I and II KV Insulators with lln
a month! and guard shall on Tea b* don all aluminum* acoordlna1 only to pm.Business:: to be eonaldered" : 0 Most Transportation For Your Money

We're talking about a beautiful big, 18-foot, 2-ton the Standards Cltr' prsparrd Electrical by Distribution C. B. McCartney feasibility Preientatlon report; of Irritation

/ i Chrysler With 361-cubic-inch V-8 Power Ji Assoclatas, ConsultIn Negotiation of contract
a engine.
*; Envlnmrs.; I pertaining to report; Open evenings for leisure !
steering. Power brakes. Automatic transmission. Radio. All new, materials shall b* furl a-Any other builnee that your shopping
nlahed by th* contractor and any may com* regularly before the
r Heater. The works material salvaced end not used
Board.FLAOHOt

.,".." I Come in. We'll quote you a price you'll go for. And com In A this preliminary the construction prop.rty Hit of of the material shall city.. be Jo DISTRICT* M. Hendry, DRAINAGE, secretary Financing on the spot! Reasonable down payments!

4 subtract a big bundle for your car to boot. necessary .for this construction* June CN-411 U, II, 1544 Most
attached hereto 11.I.e descrip
I': -Penal .... en -'I ..-. ft..d p.lw K de.., 14 ....., .q. tion, catalocn numbers and transportation for your money this side of Miami!
sill &. th..hrp.e, awe ..d Mal cow, __ ./ Ir.rw, quantity of same shall be considered !. Tk Crart: *f The Cenaty
a* a Buldi for itnadardeonitructlon ,
t .dSEE TOUR CHRYSLER DEALER-THE Headry <>J.aa-e.<* r....... 1960 Falcon
A bid bond In
the dr.
I' this I* of total bid must accompany amount of I. lies B-t.I.!. ...l....t.. 2 Wag, R&H, motor overhaul $$595

BEST OF THE BIG CAR MEN I Any roC'elA.C.I.14 after tlm DELLA WILLIS RICHAUD.

1 l : '. AVfxOgme--W CHRYE w iw rwwlLEwd i\, considered and withdraw date specified his and bid no for will bidder a not period may b. DELLA B.Honcn.. RICHAUD TO also mroiTOH known Deceased a... 1959 Merc 2 dr. HT, R, PB, Cold Air, See It... $$495

of fourteen (I4> day after the
TO ALL CREDITORS
\ der date juallflcatlon set for bid openlnr.must b* Bid At.- SONS HANDS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID AND! OR PER.DB.E8- 1956 Cad 4-dr. R&H PB PS Auto Clean $$495

I i, i Beck Motors Isfaetory bid ten Each shall to bldd.r uarantee the by City submitting of that Clewl Ifawarded a TATBl Ton and each of you are here.by , .. .. .
notified and
required to
within en th*(1 contract<) calendar h.* dare will sent, any ,claim and demand pre. 1959 Peugeot 4-speed Trans $$395
which 30
I r '. \ after award,notice be siren. of such. .have against you or the either eeute of you of Delia may mi. gal .. ..
enter Into
Highway & San Benito St. Clewiaton with, > written contract Wllll Rlchaud, also known a*
i \ the City of Clewle Delia B. ,
Rlchaud." deceased
I. ,... .. ton Hendry County, Florida Inaccordance of said to the late 1958 Merc 2-dr.
County R&H $295
Count PS $
t' -- bid. with the accepted Judge .f ; ; County: Flor V-8 See this one .
.. Bid shall .. Ida at his oftlo. In the court ,
+ I i' addressed to Mr. house et said County at I&Beil.' '

i I"I Florida from wlthla the 11_ss nff calendarmonths the tint 1957 Ford 6 AT R&H 4-dr. $$195
I publloatlon of this o-nolle i : lack Economy one ...
f claim or demand ihall b* In writInc. .
aid shall. stets the place ..

Complete Line Of .reeldene f the claimant and. poet and offlc shall address.b* 1953 Ford 9 Pas Wag R&H O'drive o'hauled $$295

worm to by the claimant agent ,
or nut) claim
Building Material pdemand=7'eI.ftrI, shall b* 1955 Buick Super 2-dr.'HT $$169'
R&H
I Albert John Rlcfia.d PB PS ... __
,
,
: >e executor of the last


411'will deeeaaed.CN and. Testament Rlchaud.' ofella.W.lllla 1955 Ford VB, 4-dr., AT, R&H, Hard to find ... $$125

Kay II. June 4, 11, If, 1M4 ,


7 t j For Large or Small .. the.M..deF out .f C .etybetwr Eke eo..tF.ends judge. I 1955 Lincoln 2-dr., HT, PB, AT, R&H, V8 ... $$129

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!
'. I -. Concrete Jobs, Our Radio !. ese _.t. .t .
,GLEN: X. KTHKRTON:

1 Controlled Trucks Will T* All Creditor. and Doeea.hroen..... TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS

liaTlair mMid'EstaD'mudll'
:
j Deliver Your Needs Quick Tea Afalut and each *f ya are;here
J" by notified and required. to '
pre- 55
Old.
oat claim and damaad 88 4-dr. HT 2dr. 29
any $125 54 DeSoto AT RH
.1 ly and Efficiently. which, you .r either *f J_ may ,
t have against the state of Olen '
B. It.: ........ .-*... let* .f 55 Olds 88, 4-dr. HT 69 #
aid County, t* the .County ,. '53 Ply 4dr. R&H SS
Judge *f Se.'", C..t,. Florida ,
al him *tn** l I. the mirt 56 Ford 2-dr.! VB AT
hoses .f said County at LaBelle 100 195
riorlda. wlthla its calendar. 55 Pont 2 dr. AT RH
most". frem see tlni*.f see flietpublleaUon 55 Chev BAV8 ,
. .f this notion, Bach ATRH 125

.writing lain* .r and demand shell Mat base the be place, In '55 Chev BA '54 Old. 2 dr.- 88, AT 195
of iWacnc, and poet *(fio* addra AT, RH 99 .
Jt *f the. claimant, and hall
b* *wor. t* ky the clal..." '56 I 125
r'' Ford RH
& agent, attorney, and any rack 6, AT, R&H 99 54Nah4dr., SS,
Hare_ Ready-Mix Inc. dnaaad net en tlM1eeld.mInbwtdsast
1UtnbQr. ohliN..... '58 Ford 6

v ; u A* the AT RH Air 125 '55 Crown Viet push &


Call YUlr a...211. ....; ... Ha< ..SL-deWiat.OO .CM-4'..Plea.....la...EWrlos. '54 Merc 4- r., AT, R&H49 ''53 Buick> }Super 2 iIr. 25.93

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FOR SALE-MotorcycIe, Ducal Clewistoo, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page T

125 Only 4.000 miles, very: Waitress WantedApply Thursday, June 18, 1964

good condition 150. L. D. Vod Glades Restaurant -
iASSwIED to Tony: ,
er, YU 2.5271 July2o
ADS tic busy supplying; my: Customers Church News
FOR SALE-Uwd House Trailer Iii Mar tin and Okeecbobe New Bethel A.M.E.: .... Rev L.

196:1: 10'tSJ'. 8350. cash Counties Write Noah V. Cannon Holmes, pastor
and take up payments. YU 2- 'I ? Sr. Rt 4. Box ITS Fort Sunday School M..........._ 1:30:
3421. tfo Fierce or Rawlelgh YAW 630-: Morning Worship ___ 10:55:

: Four FOR SALE Two end tables. i 683, Memphis, Tenn. Evening Worship _.._. 7 P.M.
70
II per word per In.erUOIIo!Do REAL ESTATENORTHSIDE3'oedroom Call YU 2-6843 tic ALL MAKES 21" USED TV a June25e Bible Reading ..._.. Tuesday:
lour frame.
iJ nlmurn : SET Guaranteed, 819.95 nights at the church
II lot the price of three. Furnished. Immaculate. Gss stove and electric refrigerator down. 814.04 per month. LAKE Choir Rehearsals ... Wednesday:
-
31201rertllll NORTHSIDE bedroom frame, for sale. 512 South Atlantic APPLIANCE CO YU Z-7151. tic: Fishing licensesare aDd Thursday: evenings
yUkoD
PRONE 89,000. tie
Dlmet"POr.r ACREAGE as available. Omg mwa FOR SALK-PayroD envelope, now on sale Visitors always welcomeMt.

"beIII cUisined a. 8 ACRES NEW 2-BEDROOM, 2 a FOR SALE Two Chihuahua printed with form for social New fishing licenses were r
.btae7 UK Pam to bath frame home. Hardwood puppies 9 weeks old, 825. security withholding and other Lf'W' NTE I MJ" placed oa sale Monday, June Calvary Baptist Rev. I* 4l
pick DP twe Theatre.U floors. each. Boat and motor 820. YU deductions.: Box of 500. Clewiston 15th. They may: be purchased M. Kitchens, pastor i

Ji1Ie) Crr.fl.f'' tile Newt 825 FHA HOMES in Browsrd, mi ESTATE fOll RENT 2-6044. tic News offlcv. tf at the county sub-office in Clew Regular church services as :;1,
M. iston, morning from 8.30: scheduled "'1'+ '
pw lbil.r Palm Beach and Dade counties K. F Jennings any previously: "J
7baue\ Fa- "" various sixes and prices. Caloric Gas stove for sale. Spinet lord 1953 courier. Rood trans till 12:30, or at four other lo No>> change time and place for .: ,
stet before Wed.- Small cash payment FOR RENT-House Trailer on piano buffet, china closet. portation good ."igne! 890. Earn $20 per dar: or more in cations.Ford's. weekly activities.
private lot. Phone YU 24881. Mrs. H. T. Vsughn. YU 21981. YU 2-3221 JunlJc permanent rout. work will Shell Service Al Fuller's I
sir.IjOB FOR RENT Efficiencies and "
houses as available.: tfc tic FOR SALE-.Aminn room alit train man or woman if Inexperienced. Country: Store Lowe's Marina Club News '

Over 1,000'Icaat lots to select FOR RENT Furnished duplex FOR $ALE-1962 Ford pick-up oondltlonei. Year "Mud model Write Mr. Heath, and Hank's Pool Room are The Friendly Christmas Saving "
:
Box 2766 2, Tenn.
from for all purposes. Various apartment New. One bed truck. See at Francisco Apart Reverse cycle. Cools:) and Memphis acting a* representative of the Dub will hold It'. next meetIng "
June lip
price. Terms. room. Residential section. Couple ments. JulyZp beats. Call 2-2681 after 5 p.m.or County Judge's office In this at Friendship B apt 1 t .f'I

INVESTMENT: : AND INCOME prefered.: YU 2-3701 on Saturday tic: HELP WANTED-ExperieDeed area. Church Saturday, July: Fourth.
Jackman states
Terry: Judge Broward Parsons
,a PROPERTY. tic service station attendant wanted There will be picnic: dinners
s $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent FOR RENT Furnished small 2 FOR SALE-One 14 ft. Thompson run time. Apply Atlantic the licenses are now on sale in served on the church lawn. The
Y+ CBS construction,823,000. boat and trailer. 1963 Service Station, 641 E. Sugar- Clewiston at the same price popular donation Is asked. I
bedroom bouse. Phone YU t* court house, or else
le LONG TERM low Interest, paid at the
18 hp Johnson motor. Loonle 'ijlOSt. land Highway. 4to Friends are cordially: invited to
2403
farm, cane, groveand ranch or 812 Avenlda del Rio. Ford tie where. No>> additional fee Is being spend the evening with us.
tfc charged for this service.
minimum
850000.
mortgages HELP WANTED Male or fe Mrs. Annie Jones, ''kreporter
LISTINGS NEEDED FOR SALE-Boat all alumium ?
FOR RENT Two bedroom male. Full time permanentJob (
OR RENT-New du-\ J. M. LANKFO&DReg. Trailer. Reasonable. Call YU Cadillac 18 feet. Wide 8 as clerk-reporter at Cle,,- Pahokee man is
SALE beam. Gator trailer and 58 '
Real FILL Broker :
IbreI bedroOmo Carped. 2-7601. Kelly's! Market, South Isbn News office. Mutt usegood Ladles of Helping Meet the ;
Evinrude V-4 Electric motor. Q Lions ChairmanKyle
pies. 530 East Sugarland Highway '
LocaUoo: OUspo St be- Fire, Auto and General Clewiston. Julyfp Phone 2-6001. First Bank of English ipell well and Needs (H.M.N.) will bold their
and Pacific St*. type well. No part time or summer at the home of ,
Coro I Scott Pahokee has been next meeting
ttteD Insurance HOUSE FOR RENT Jewel Clewiston for detail I
I W I FOUND I I
co1Jecl. Lee W1Ioa.! $44 tic' Clewiston. Fla. Ph. YU 2-ntt Hooker., Call YU 3-1401. Junc25e help eontldered. Apply by named deputy district governor Mrs. J. S. Cajadba, Tuesday: ,+p
|S.lIe"Psrkna. : ltp letter only. Lewiston Newt, for Region live District 85-D. July 7, All members are askedto
LOST in viclnety of Youth Center P. 0. Box 1236 dewlston Ha.S3440. by: Bob McMlchael of Oakland be present. Very, important 7
R. Hall Double bed 825. 4
N. 540 Acres Hare rollaway German Police puppy: 10 1
LeRoy: Park governor-elect of District business to transact ,
bed 81.00 "J
815.
Rugs
rollaway
weeks old. Answers to of
name Mrs. Vera Whitfield,
of mihl1 SJIVftd S- Adjacent to dewUton. FOR RENT Furnished cabins each. Presto qt deep fat fryer Duke. Reward. YU 2-6751. WANTED Mechanic White. 35-D Lions Clubs.Scott '
U5 Cleared. Suitable for of president
1 assistant
Apasture.. Over mile subdividing and trailer Johnson haling 89.95. S HP weedless Evin Itc man 18-45 yean old. Apply 7 principal j
tw!icy OD U.S 27. eve will consider Smaller Tracts.: Camp. YU 21181. tic rude motor 890. Twin reversible a.m.-6 p.m., BUl'i Transmls- Pabokee High School, and Is
ties han Clewlltoa. Fronting U.S. 27 O. E. fan with thermotats lion Hwy. 80, LaBelle, Fla. or past president of the Pahokee Missionary : !
hot De.mead aeaJlel'YI1 Frank Denmead Realtor 825. 89 Inch innerspring mattress Phone OR 5-2712 ,JunUp Lions Cub and Immediate. past The Second
2-3421 YU 2-3421 FOR KENT-Trailers aud Trailer new condition, 81495 chairman of Lions Zone 1 Region of the South ;"
spaces. Royal Palm Trailer LaByers MoteL 2-2891 WANTED dependable man to 5.dubs. once, Women's 1
GREATER 1'BAN FOR SALE-New 3 bedroom, 2 Par IE. Phone,YU 22603.to tic succeed me ai Rawteigh Dealer in Region five are those clety of the A.M
0rMAND block stucco 2i in Glade County.; Trade well at Pahokee Belle Glade South held at New \h
bath cement
EVER for houses. acreage home. Northside of U.S. 27. FOR RENT One bedroom trailer n ft. Chris Craft open sea established. Hendry; Countymight Bay, Clewiston. Moore Haven Church \ : 1

buIDe.se.! W. have cualomerevatting. with 814.000. 10% down bank financing. dean, quiet. Phone YU skiff 60 ph Inboard very also be selected. I'm too and Okeechobee. 1964. at 10 A.M. +
LIlt JOur property 2-1236. tic
\! economical $400. YU 24221JunlSff
Be.rdale1. PIa. Frank Denmead Realtor ] Can To Worship
1. E.
11101 110 U: YU 2-3421 tIc FOR RENT: one and two Blake,

FOR SALE-2 bedroom CBS bedroom trailers, also shade FOR SALE Parakeets, 82.00 HElP WANtED.r WOMEN I HarlenNews i News Out of town
dewliton Trailer Park lovebirds morning
spaces up Mynah birds, African
ClearedAdjoining home in good condition at lot
,
215 Acres H. Hooks Rev. r
YU 2461. tfc. monkeys, cages, supplies.
City 6 block m, Haiti street can Pet boarding. Thompson Wild CAR HOP WANTED-Apply: In Rev. C. Henry
be financed. Contact Mrs. Beryl FOR RENT-New 10 x50' house Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- person at A&W Drive-In or of Our Colored Community ette Kelley, '
For sub-dividing. Bowden YU 2-5471 evenings. trailer with two bedrooms. 1238. tic call YU 2-9241 July) MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor: dent

lost Dexmead Realtor July2c By week or month. YU 24421 Phone Y J 2-7851 1:00: 11 .-..
YU 2-3421 tie FOR SALE-1964 House Trailer, WAITRESS AND CJU5HIER Afternoon .
wanted. Apply to Gary Scott, CAM OF THANKS all of you
used 2 months. Wilson
140 Acres FOR RENT!: -3 and 3 room furnished S bedroom I with to sincere Respectfully
tfcWAITRESS express my: ,
112.800. Thrifty Drugs .
SALE .
ROME FOR For,!information call YU 3-1801. Topic
'l'hree-bedroom' uWlty room Adjoining City of Okeecho- apartment' Phone 2- lip thanks and deep appreciation to Mr. George Dudley: The Changing h

spirits living aDd dining room bee.Priced 1271. tic WANTED at Old my: many friends for their klnd- the Church _President'V

usher and dryer turDlahedI1Icl1tD to sell. ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU FOR SALE or TRADE-Houseboat South Bar-B-Q Ranch. Must ness. during my recent Illness P-.1.MellttoD Expression of
newly painted aDd aIr Frank YU Deunead 24421Miscellaneous Realtor 24881. tfo (Surfslde! six Adventurer) be between 21 and 45 years of and confinement at Weems Mrs. Annie Jones and children ecture _.Mr,
cmdiined Sodded lawn, Con.ad 38', for property. Give or take age. Contact Carroll Benson tic Hospital Scoring. Fla. Your are spending their vacation In Expression of
YU 2.5141 after 5 FOR RENT-Small bouse. Furnished difference 86400. See Lowe' prayers, thoughtfulness and Dublin, La., with relatives.. and Miss ') ,,
p.m.tfo' or unfurnished 835 kindness meant so much to me
,Marina Clewiston. friends. They: are expected to Solo Mrs.
Wed per month. See Mrs. Sloan 433 June25o in my: convalenclng period. May return by the first of July. Youth I :
E. Trinidad or call a P. Johnton. We Build God continue to bless each and Presiding I,
20 acre home tic REGISTERED CITRUS TREES: : :
Among; the Harlem Academy roll.' Director
lilt Dear Moore HiveD CDsa'8 WANTED-Ironing to do in my FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. VA Houses faculty members attending: tie Brace, i
M. One Fla. Phone
Tomluwon ,
home. Contact Mrs. J. C.
Ke Dew ..QJaftt.at! The Address at
classes this summer are,
Freak Deemed. Realtor RE 5776. tic
YI1 2-3UI Tomllnson, YU 2-7247 "We. also need carpenter House 3 bedroom Mrs. D. B. Hill North Carolina delivered by: ,
JualSp FOR SALE: -W63 Falcon 12.000 Patrick, local j
1.r ,Kendall Cons't. Co. 1- balk: Large.. Let State, Durham, North
Moor automatic. Call
miles. Carolina.' Dinner was .f
YU 2-7031 JunelSc PHONK JU 5-1771 84.lv 'Terms Rt. Rev. E. C. ,.

I Business Directory FOR SAI. -1957 Chevrolet 8 J. E. Beardsley, 3 Business. Lots Mr. Charles Burrow -. Tempi Reverend ding Bishop J. B. I
1 cylinder 1% Vtoo truck. Excellent Sale Agent University Philadelphia Pa. ElderReverend ,
condition. Y1123221.Julylc PHONE: YU 27M1ATTENTION Levees hem Thrifty, Drag Mrs. T. J. Sanders ,- Hartford ding; L.
University, Hartford Conn. 1i
Tw Pkflee DealerCARITHERS 'ANNOUNCEMENTS[ $ t MISC.. Minister ','
GOULD BROS. 2/ Acres-5 Acres Mr. Howard MoKIre, Mrs. Mrs Lucile I
Gwendolyn Davis. Mr. W. L.
PAINT STORE GLADES MERCANTILE!: COMPANY '. Pared Bead. Electrle Falrley Mr. Freddie Jones and ami District

authorized Singer Sewing Mrs. Narvella Lee Florida A ,
RADIO and TV Licensed Contractors Insured Machine deafer1* agent wlU and M College, Tallahassee,

BALLS: wTTH BEKYICBRckcO FREE ESTIMATES service dewlstoa sewing area avery machines, Saturday.In: Farmers, Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK Dade-Monroe Fla. Julia'sBeauty'Noolc '"'1

Bldg. loa Bond St. Wily B. Sngarland Hwy.' Phone WY 6-5639. Belle Glade. TO THE FUTURE AND Realty Mr. and Mrs. Jehovah Moody t,

Phone YU 24441 phase. YD 2-1111 tic WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING 109 W. Bngarland Highway and children have returned For That New Look '

SuP COVERS and drapes. Custom Phone YD S-2941 from Macon, Gs., where they: Tinting Styling Cutting No
CLEWISTONTRAILER made. Complete line of attended the graduating exercises : Appointments. Friday and
SEE: US FOBBOTTLED drapery and slip cover fabric A lAw Got Farm Mortgage of Ballard Hudson High Saturday
SALESNew GAS Free estimates. Can YU NISI FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN School, their son Grady Moody For Information. Can S-661S t
,
Mrs Julia Sate, Freprieter
Win Finish Cull T* In the City of
Cothern's Custom Furnitureand
Van was a member of the class of
& Used AppliancesSalesService tic Refinance debt' "64"
.
Upholstery. Moore Haven! '
Ftnanee fan Improvement new 'aJ1cIID V" $
tS 27 E. YU 2-2661 L. H. Dean chase wind Machine and tastan trrlgatlee w. now LOT available ;
Assist. hi purchase ef .t tares grove' er raacft 77 Iota approximately 80 Mr. and Mrs. Collins Grlswell Harlem Club
WALDRON'SJIEA'l'SANDCROCERIES POWER GASCORPORATION BLUM ft SONS PLASTERING.Very PorehaM mere la... by M8. toad> foe home honored their daughter, liable Favorite Mixed Drink. Fried : I
Best Work- Trends capital funds tit the farm enterprise. or trailer home. The* Jean Roberson with a going Chicken, Fish, Hamburgerand ",
W* Save You Money ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN offered for way party on the lawn of their other Sandwiches
lots or* being Recorded Millie
Plastering Simulated Stone home, Friday '
HAS ALL THESX ADVANTAGES evening June 12.
(Open) Tam.tolpjn. CALL COLLECT Stucco-Free Estimate 1. Lora payaMale.S. a limited time at a cash There were around' fifty teenagers Mr. and Popular Mr*. Band Win WaOsee

tltoSpm. South Bay WY e8S21HENDRY Licensed and Insured Lenger terms (In te SI yean). price* of $350.00 pet lot present to enjoy: games, t
25 Years In Business Dependable service (serving agrlectfam exehatrely or 1a to 2 q.dllleant maybe recorded music and chit-chat

SU Day. a Week COUNTY 8850 LOTS Street nee 1117). On the menu was, hot dogs,
c2SED EVERY TUESDAY) Title & Abstract Co. Fort Myers, Fla. tic 4. FIll prevayaseat" privilege wtthevl tensity. Phoa. YU 2.2603EXCLUSIVE punch potato chips and cookie I: .

Jar Tour Title Abstract*-Title tasarucePvbUe ED 7-0171 ,or OX 4-2874 5. Lean service )y Led peeple.. fasaOlar wltk $... agrtIf Miss Roberson was promoted to Hilton' Grocery 't
Spur of Moment StenegnvlMrP ....... the tenth
Noble E. Hart grade at Harlem Academy. Fresh Meat
Ptailcs Gvroeerlee.
,?., 4.e tng DipOeatteff we can he .. servlae te yea (JeaM. write er photo : ., She left for New York Cold Drinks, Es-
p East of aewiston Bridge lit and Park Art DOTLB Last '
W. R. MAT MIT. er ABBOTT. Mgr. City, Monday Dentist Item '
Bart Beach I LaBcBe. 21*. P. 0. JIG MlOBanre wk. morning, where We appreciate patronMf. .. j
MM1 Net $350. per FMV acre citrus, fcloa kwy.frentage she will spend her vacation your

Attention Going established local business Federal Land, Bank Associationof en US 17, and. eelered with relatives and friends. and MnTtante BUearreprieler ;:
Cattlemen with excellent profit' ajnarter* and bar netting ,
... ... EVINRUDESales picture. Start making money Bradenton '1"." per week.: t
lime 1 ...... the day: you take over. I

:: b,,0, >;::4akresgrotes fumes:: I All supplies equipment plus fixtures> bedroom+ sad PBONKl 748-MI1 u BRADKNTOlf. FLA.AT Frank Denmead, TU 2. 248 YU -6248 YU 2-6248 YU 2- 248 f
and ServiceNew
apartment adjoining. I8, OO Etaltor Phone YU 2-3431: \

Federal Land Bank lIarlaeDufnn and Used Metsn. total Frank" price.Deamead Realtor .- '" -Vt, iIiII't' tI'I 1 HARLEM GARAGE ;

YU S4421

let. a.ar MAT Ilsllae. Marine Pstt Safety bad Aweeeerle EQaJpaed IF ITS UNIFORMS set us first Glades Roofing Co. g All new and ready to serve you! i
'
IW/WIY' AD Type ef toot aid -
4 ae Walea" these YCkea SU11R.E.WALDRON Nurses. Beautician, Waitress, Sheet Metal Work I I
......... n.t4aViniam Bvdidhg Maid Doctor and Barber'sJackets. New Censtnetfoft er TransmissionsTuneups- Overhauls

The only: uniform shop al.Mp"'AII Repair Jeba | A Specialty .
lor miles around. LRONIE'SUNIFORM
\ 1835 Bendry: Phone 2-7111 .
SHOP
Electric ,
.,. For prompt, fflcie&t Street Fort Myen. JanltfemiscellanfoDs ,1 Day er Ereafars p' Elbert Allen, Jr., ProprietorYU i !
lealr., Q AIIIII1uete Home delivery FREE r. 0. Bet ituCLEWBTOW i
lJeetri .. c.trtetlq OF TEX' ... FLA. 26248 .
MIAMI HERALD -
.... ..... YU 2-6248 YU 2-6248 YU 2.6248Elite I

-W42ams .....61331 Call Bobby Giddens ssf DM !

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YUS-12S1 4.tg

Double A" AI Fuller'sMary EDWARDSPlumbing Cafe and Grocery

Tampa] "Tribune >> RepairReplaeementl NEW LOCATION

RoofingLicensed Comer Tennessee and Fourth Streets I
and .
Carter Paint Store Home Cooked Food J\\.' I
Ft. Myers Installation, CookIe Sandwiches, Cold Drinks, Candles,;; 1
ID4 Ice
Cream
Bonded News for S Sale Trouble Shooting Exclusive Atmosphere i

tea CIa AD Press I Complete Line of Paint and Supplies "Septic' Tank .4Bpeciaff Service with a smile #t f j

3o0 g 1'1PtI Bom DeliveryW. \ Phone YU JW281 Dont t !
IDd forget
p to '
DACHSHOUND puppies for sal*. purchase a Clewiston News '
Phone YU 131ILA. 0. CAMPBELL: AKA Registered. Jack I*. 1144 ,E. Sogarland Hwy ,Clewiaton, Fla. Call YU JW711 :

.. Phone 2-27J1 Scott. 220:! E. Arcade. tie I 4A"'vt .,.tA 325 E. Ventnra YUkon2765lRATES 'I"I:

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Kiwanis vs Beardsfey Mr and Mrs. Richard Twlddyand Mrs. Agnei
Oewtstoa Fla. nrst Methodist: Church la Ross- children of Orlando were Hart :
Page I".U T wuSTt July 16 KlwsnlJ VI Clddens Wit the guest of ,
l 4 t. of Mr. and Mrs her
Beardsley vs Vol. nr guests Sunday Jaw, Mrs. John
%.! 47 Sijvs rs are his wife, Mrs.Lef July 21 -Glddens vs Besrdstey Allen O. Twlddy and Mr. and the Ray Lee Ha"kIna. lilt
:owpalmdalefourdaughter. swans Mrs M. C Keen, Sr. falllll11a1end. \
MOST RAW SUGAR GROWN IN Vol. Fire vs "'-
; Mrs. Anne Sue Taytat
tells club Owiston. Mrs. Martha July 23-Beardsley vs Kiwanis
Vaughn Jean Ridge Miami. Mrs. Elizabeth Glddens VS Vol. Fir
Glddens vs Kiwanis
Reynolds Chattanooga July 21 -
Vol. Tire vs Beardsley
Crow,
and Mire Nancy Carolyn
L, off-shore Palmdale two brothers Ray July 30 Kiwanis vs VoL Fire The demand for
of
sugar Crow Rosnrflle and Robert Beardsley vs Glddeni fat

Crow Chattanooga, one sister, August 4 Playoffs and stocker
1hrrT ........ Jr 'bid of J fIIer, They produce about :252f Mrs. Ethel IsabeU. Chattanooga, Game l-2nd pl'cI'telm vi
Puerto R i ca. problems laraMng tons per acre while the average 1$ grandchildren and three 4th place team cattle is
It IS itEFINED a.car cane at the Ki- Florida tonage Ja 30. great grandchildren Game 2-lst place team viSrd heavy

I INTO wads CM hmchpoo Wednesday near sugar content\ is U. while Funeral services In the PattU place team Buy only

,. at the Ins.Vewglrn Florida average la 271 Vaughn son Chapel Thursday afternoon August 6 Game 1 Losers ,idea the
has iMde two trip aid. the Rev.T bracket finals '
win be conducted by cattle
I 1; to the Maud for educational S. a Stalls presided at tt* J, Greenberger' of the Venus Game 2 ChampionshipGame you 'want
purpow and noted that the meeting ta the absence I sugar todurtry b apparently laud Guldens. Guests Included -
in Ortont
backing up in Out eountry because Dave Denslow. Jr. and Interment was Funeral *
sugar'FLORWA er the Immense labor Charles Arnold.County Cemetery with Pattison Methodist board
in charge.
Home dewiston
problem -Sales Every Monday at 1:00: P.M.
The bland If divided Into t> elects officersBob

mart two equal parts Vaughn protested JuniorSeniorleague
aid..by a mountain range, with Pearce was elected chairman *
}" Just Guide It! the southern portion being mare of the Official Board of
suitable for cane rowing because proposed district the First Methodist Church
of the ideal climate: and begins Wednesday evening John Salt

rainfall. Temperature vary Bendry county's': resolution was elected vice-chairman and GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN.!
'lAWN-BOY leu than 19 decree the year "strongly opposing the forma- 3 TuesdayCoach Mrs. Gordon Crofut was elected
around with the average in the tine of aa inland navigation district p.m. secretary.The .
high 70'* be said with no to be composed of Palm board selected the fourth Phone WY S-S02S Belle Clads,$
Hill has announced
Ernie
freezes to contend with. Beach Martian Bendry. Glades schedule Tuesday of each month for Its
the following
AUTOMOWER In 1968 there were 3D sugar and Lee counties, was filed with regular meetings.
for the Junior-Senior Major
mills on the bland, however' lathe the State Board of Conservation
League which Is being sponsored
past three yean' three have and copies sent to the State Canal
Jointly by the Clewiston Recreation -- -
been forced to cloae. nOM operating Authority; the Central and
Department and the
run only six days a Southern Florida Flood Control
provides its Board of Public Instruction who
] week, labor refusing to work on District and the county; commissions provide the supervision and the
Sunday Vaughn said a oompanyrepre.entaUve of the other counties
individual team
in the island told sponsors
la the proposed district.
him the people strongly believed This is the first time afternoon 4I
The Bendry county board took
push! in "doing nothing, and resting games have been attempted 0
own its action shortly after the proposal I I I a
in needof
.f nrar1a." The majority to form such a district Hill said and we are
of the cane cutters are older became public Information; the team managers. If there is
people because the younger someone who can and will
commissioners In their resolution -
;
1 they are asked to call
serve
generation generally comes to told the Stale Board of Conservation
the United States, especially either Coach Hill or Director
ROLL CONTROL HANDLE that the "district is
Woody Carruthers at the Youth
Sew\ York Cit7.1oechaniea1
not needed and would serve no
harvesting is being useful purpose". Center.

I attempted there with five Other boards have Joined In The afternoon games are LLIi IEIA
used scheduled because of the heavy
different harvesters being protesting! the proposal, which
; ....aane satisfactorily. demand for the Softball field by
w actually never got' off the ground
to the little league and other softball -
Individuals are allowed
\ p..wd Qua a.eh.rdX134.95 after It was suggested by the
I -- have large acreage of cane, Florida Waterways Associationat games.
, -w while companies are limited to 1D' Stuart
a Joint meeting JUNIOR-SENIOR *
500 acres. Some of the smaller r
with Okeechobee Association
Waterway, MAJOR LEAGUE SCHEDULE
cane growers deliver as littleas directors and other in-
S tons of cane to a min in terested persons. Game 1S P.M.
the season. Their tonage is less Game 2 5 P.M.
than Florida per acre the yield]
is more because of the longer OBITUARIES Visitors Home
growing season (mostly IS June 23 Kiwanis vs Beardsley
months compared to our 12-14)) Vol. Fire vs Glddeni
; and the fibre content is much Carl C. CrowCarl June 25 Kiwanis vs Giddens ,
I Beardsley vs Vol. Fire
1 1'
Ls
Ttad iaf Clinton Crow, 76, of June 30 Glddens vs Beardsley #('r
CAST TEKMS Palmdale, died early Tuesdayat Vol. Fire vs Klwanls
Seethe his home after a long illness July 2 Beardsley vs Kiwanis
He was a native of Tennesseeand Glddens Vs Vol. Fire

All tile feotvm Pl'"mr wonted in lawn mowed I New 12 Wideat came to Palmdal three July 7 -Vol Fire vs Beardsley
years ago from Rossvllle. Ca. Giddens vs Kiwanis
d ELF.PROPELLED ... AMOS M a guiding 'hand' from you. He was a retired machinist. July 9 Beardsley vs Glddeni
EflwMncM rtwfl yen sUp forward and rot the handle$ forward; I
He was a member of the Masonic Kiwanis vi Vol. Fire
asap whsu psu roee.a handy.bncawnrd...just I r1III of the wort Bob Overholt'sTrailer
Instant. ,. Lodge No. 397 and of the July 14 Vol. Fire vs Giddens
gnw aae mural at al am. (
I Sales
WOtiD'EASIEST STAanl1lG,.Just Ift the Marter knob I Iwttfc
your.nsrtipthe engine starts Instantly.No choke to adjust, (IS Central Avenue Seminole translat,
I ,M crank to mnd.no rope to right) J ((1 Bit South Post Office) ors : TUFSYN RUBBER 3-T NYLON CORD

'' ,GRASS AND L 4C4rcf*...vacuum sweeps grew clip. I Phone YU 3-1831 (Continued from Page 1))) dians In the Everglades has 1m-
pines.team and d.brii Into big catch*bag alit' mows 8g has J proved considerably. Indian ,
I' expandable opening for easy dumping V- of the tribe. Make no mistake. Tufsyn rubber is Here's the cord that can take chuckthetougheeteverusedbyGoodyearr
women are now frequently using
,: ,..... Today a paved road ten miles the hospital facilities In hole pounding, curb jolts, rough
... for Viva u1tw.lakfM.a shorter to the reservationand roads, and high speeds without sfuss.
: ": Ygrr Mwlag runs dcwlston for maternity cases Goes farther lasts longer. Makes
f q.e.nn.nd. ax.wiaa" HI-U a.J.J tUM....,..* Did You Know? there i I. electricity for both The Southern Baptists had a a .
I k..4l. S and real tire for any car, any driver. J It's triplt-temperedt
I Snap Off frets lights a water system. mission In the reservation and
I I catchtr;snap oncomrarttr ;.:JL..UM..W.LO: \ Their orglnaUy unscreened one- it developed Into an Independent

dippingsra plateand a .1.1 m**..*l M d bury apnea pass for ,) You can get room house Is now screened and church with a Seminole partor
i discharged utth.g divided by curtains. While there who preached in Mikasuki
onto the lawn. I e..e"'....as la a small Indian store In the However the pastor died last
Bar-B-Q to GO! PRICE
IYkkatlM RIGHT SIZE LOW LOW
1, reservation,. most shopping is year and has not been replacedIt ''I ,
done in dewlitoa over the road. Is the goal of the Wests toglv For Your Car
For a while Dave West handled the Indians the New Testament -
correspondence for the tribal in their own Idiom for :
CORBIN FARM & RANCH SUPPLY A medicine man who had the use of both laymen and fu. 51195
r herbs that were wed as a traa-
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,r"jI I// Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston qulllzer. For a while, the Up Mikasuki and have been taught 6.00 x 13 FITS Chevy II, Comet, Falcon......r............

john drug company was Interested to read English learn very
and several cases of the quickly to read in MLkasukl 6.50 x 13 FITS Buick Special, Olds F-85, Corvair, $1295'Lancer |
. Phone YU 2.9322 herbs were sent to the company The Wests believe
that, based
to'.w m m m a m m . . but with no direct results so on past history and experiencewith Valiant, Fairlane.?......:......

other tribes in the U,S. and
far.The U.S. Public Health Service elsewhere, that there will be a 7.50 x 14 or 6.70 x 15 FITS Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth,

k f.. ,j fi sends a nurse to the reservation need for the Bible in the Seminole Studebaker, Mercury, Pontiac, Hudson, $1545'DocIge

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