The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I chool board announcesdministrative Tthe Clewis ton News

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public Instrue- and John H. Daniels, Jr. to Harlem soda head custodian, Maurice i

approved e soard s recomrnend.UOOuperlntendent ,. 11. Bible la. non-Instructional Academy faculty.personnel ler Taylor, custodian, custodian, Joe, William Rlsley, Flor-Mil." Cypress Kneeland to observe Hendry control board
appointments, the followingwere ;;
Carl HornsbYIII rle Luckey. Lucille Taylor and.. Mosquito
SUpervisor sssIstant prInc1p.l be'red approved: Ethel Willis, bus drivers.In s Saturday and
ror ClewlstoD Hlh Hudson Graham, finance officer dewtston, Lois Galasslnl 'County Days SundayFor

Darned Ken Walker ; Mrs Bessie Burke, secretary secretary supervising principal, .

and st a salary sup to superintendent, at La- J. B. Stanford, head custodianand those who like fun and look like people you will recognize -

e posItioD ri i SO per month for Belle;-Mrs. Cola Face secretary bus driver J M. Taylor, entertainment and all for frees. Ike, DeGaulle, !FDR liltnoon .
J.5!;. of the year. The sevu ; Ruth Spencer, administrative bus driver, Sam Cubbege, LU- Is your chance. That is, If low Mussolini, Khrushchev; also find insects pose problems :
taken at the relUlarhJ1 aid, Juanlta Bush lunch lie Hunter, bus drivers and Wm :you are a resident of Hendry bears tigers, squirrels and
lllfetln' Thursday.reslJDaUon room manager Hlckman How- (Continued on Page I) County. birds. Let your Imagination run
: hail
of Buren Hl1! On Saturday and Sunday. wild and there Is no telling The Clewiston Mosquito Control night,-after the ground has become their control but again Doty
aCCfPte and Ernest June 27 and 28 all white res1wh.tyou..ill: see. Some are cold The hot earth and says the problem Is I largely one ,.
Board the heavy
basketball School board awards pondered
limed varslt1 contractsfor dents of Hendry County can graceful beyond words and some pavement makes the fogging of labor and supervision and the .
h pd coach of two adds see Cypress Kneeland tree. CJIre grotesque and weird. The infestation of mosqultos and re- material rise when It is appliedin coat of both, .

'liporti. press Kneeland is on VS. Highway exhibit Is scientific, educational viewed the mosquito control: the early evening, and some I
\oil, C. was of"Sot supplies for next fiscal year 27, near the Junction of and entertaining program last Friday night, hoping areas next to the ground do not submitted One suggestion for consideration which will 1 by be
raisinS State Road 29, :32 miles north Across the highway from the to find ways and means to gut full benefit from the fog
John commission made last
and the was
1JI schools, of dewlston near Palmdale Museum, In a beautiful oak and "However, we run into two '
control of Insect
present prIncipal was two sports. Joe Burly, $1,500, for sixth and over miles c. and Is one of Florida's most cabbage palm hammock Is theworld's improve(The the "invasion" problems here. One is the labor week. It was that another fogging
Issistant prIncipal ef- The Hendry county board of oosa Motor Co bid P.M lube; unique tourist attractions. In first cypress knee fac pests. mosquito situation The city says it does ? machine be purchased
until Jam I, public Instruction awarded contracts 25% discount on all materials A seemed to be universal south (cost, approximately 11,700)) and -
catwalk leaves the factory
JuI11st. fact, there Is no other .tu.etar) not have enough labor to assign
1 :Florida, especially In the lower
''!bougb no ofl1ctal IcUontaken for certain' routine supplies M 50 per hour labor charge, and tion In the world to compare and hammock and meanders west coast areas Clewiston a special man for this that both machines be used ,;
It Is understood that and service for the 1904-85, no charge for battery rechargeand with- Cypress Kneeland, for It out Into a beautiful and work, and the man who rune Simultaneously starting from
had '
no monopoly on the mosquitoes ..
wt1I move Into the super fiscal year, at the meeting .25 per mile for ,wrecker Is the first and only one of Its cool cypress swamp where experiments .) the fogger must also report. for opposite side of the city, .to'
''I p osiUon on January 1 Thursday ,afternoon There service. Both bids applicable kind. can. be seen In controlling work the next day a* usual- have the added advantage of
.the present supervisor, were few competitive bids offered only\ to LaBelle area Becauseof Cypress Kneeland Is the brainchild the growth of cypress Willard Doty, chairman of the so we fog earlier than we should trapping mosquitoes which may
Sornsby. becomes super although the board sent the lower labor bId, specified of Tom Gamin, I Flora knees. Here you will see knees board said the City had 17,432 in order to let the man get escape ,before the slow] movemeat I
JL-t ClInton Harris was bid notices to three or more as a major determining factor ida Cracker, who first started growing In and around objects remaining June first in the current some sleep. of one machine. The second ;;1 '
U sew bandmaster at prospective bidders In 'each instance the bid of LaBelle Motor Company working with cypress knees In Heavy weights, for example, are budget item for mosquito machine would also be used I 1
It! B1 gh School Pete Kfflr was accepted 1934 Through' the years C.Iplaced on knees to control their control. This budget ends on 'The other problem is that a* a spare in event of breakdown ,
ear appointed to the far Hart's Dairy! Fort Myers was,, kins has saved his choicest specimens growth These experiments began September 30, so the money resident complain that we do '
School.L Bembry Motors submitted the not fog, unless they see and The second suggestion 1* in :;s
al Cltwlaton awarded the milk contract for bid which he hai collected in 1938Ordinarily. must be spread out to provide
the LaBelle schools at a prIce'of only in the Clewiston area from twenty-two states, and In there Is an' admission protection until that time. The hear the logger We have actually the form of a recommendationto "
.065 cents per half-pint Seal- and 26%it was accepted: tl.00 lube; 1951 he built a Museum to'put charge of 7100. These spa' mosquito season is normally had complaints that a the board that a heavier Die' ;

phone coming test Dairies of Belle Glade, on hour material labor discount; MOO' them In. The Museum, by the cial free days one offered so June through September said certain area was not fogged, sal oil be used in the belief that ,
y per charge, 50c battery when we were trying a the mixture would cling closer '
of half re- residents very
I bid 059 per pint way. is built around the world's the of Hendry Countylargest Doty.
cenved the' contract for the recharge; 50c per mile transplanted 'cypress may be better acquainted with late night fogging operation to to the ground and be more,effective ,
Hendry corner Clewiston schools. No other bids wrecker service. AU bidder offered tree The thirty year collection the natural beauty of their The city is now using the only see bow it worked. I was able in killing InsectsThe j :
free monthly inspection, insecticide recommended the complaining .
by to tell the person Mosquito Control Board '
submitted. Gasklns said.
were of knees Is Indescribable. Some area,
for Fort. Myers with for five mules $1.00 per mile State Board of Health for mos that the fogging machine had is composed of Doty John Cor-
u]Moiley, local manager Troplgas Ga* and oil bids were accepted : in areas inhabited been Us Bill. l
Jr Telephone and I bid of .03 was awarded contract quito fogging on street the night before bin, Mrs. Verne Harper ,,i
County and : Cities Service ,148 per gallon by humans This is malath-' because I war personally Ham and Sandy Belt They are ,:,:
for for
Rfnph Company stated yes-has cooking at gas Labile heating schools, and for Diesel fuel in dewbton ion and (ethane; the proportions watching the operation and had an advisory board only," and rV n,J '
p r that the .company will.M Glades Gas of Clewiston with Ibid area .148 in LaBelle area; Lakefront closedcommission used are three gallons of matathlon driven past his house" have powers only to study'the "
ed I him a Standard Oil Company, detergent three of lethans ,
SIt 80 at Hendry of .031 received contract for Killing mosquitoes before they problems and make recommendations I
on .Clewiston schools In the other oil, 82c per gallon In both 884, and M gallons of No. 2 Diesel hatch is also a big factor in to the commission.able '
r.t, U requested by a group areas, and gasoline\ 2071 'pet'aDon 'ou.In :
wenOy petitioned for theM bid,submitted Pyrofax bid .033 in both '
| areas Gulf Oil ..,. I
for the LaBelle area. Corporation submitted, but with discussing the program
it installation requires some.auction LaBelle Motor Company and drew a bid in which an error by Doty said the cost of one application Fair committees' :
which cannot be Bembry Motors received the was discovered.The by fogger, (covering
I Immediately, said Moxley, awards for bus maintenance. board members voted to Harlem and dewlstonl is SMI; I
I approval has been given, LaBelle Motor submitted bid of contract again with Reliable the cos$ of one spraying of the I
I residents and patrons who $3 luber 2S# discount on all Office Machines Fort. Myers same area by airplane is $520 named for 65 showHendry
I interested can be assured materials 12.50 per hour labor for repair and maintenance of swimming skiingThe The board will recommend to
I !UK phone will be installed ,charge; ''no charge for battery all typewriters in the county the city that three fogging applications
e tear future recharge wrecker service freeHorida system at a cost of $950 plus be followed by 'one County Fair and Livestock discussion, and I phone r
Show president Ernie Miller conversation with representatives I ,
parts, the same price as the at4he airplane application.
current The work of this Board of County Commissioners sheriffs Clewiston Sub- appointed committee chairmen the bid of Ben City
year Office, which will present pos- for the 1965 Fair at Tues.
deaths from tetanus firm was declared satisfactoryby have posted the Waterfront FBOPLE CAN BE4PeI4ople Amusement Company was accepted
lblev embarrassment when, days meeting of members and .
the superintendentTeach area north of the leveeat ,, pendlM the confirmation
: '. .- .. OirClewlstoB hurricane gate*' stop r&by officer: E"Clewlston i'tan'do" directors The I96S Fair is of a list of ride promised

ft second highest in United States to all swimming and skiing between a great deal to help the mos scheduled for February 2227. by the representative The

your children the locks and the culvert Rudd seriously quito control program", said Accepting appointment were: amusement representative1 invited .
west of the locks. Doty. ''!'Irst. they can see that contract chairman G r a 11 o n members of the Fair I

fortia has had 102 deaths fever-17 cases, 2 deaths; Smallpox traffic safety The action has been taken because injured in boat there 11 no place on or near George; publicity and brochure, group' to attend one of their o,, :. '
i tetanus between 1958 and -..id the nurse, has been of the extreme hazard to their own premises where mosquitoes S. H. Stall; sales and exhibit shows elsewhere in Florida and i

[ Bikini It second to Tex- almost eliminated by widespread Individuals from the large accident may breed. An emptycan space Clyde Hatfleld, livestock: pick out the concession stand : i i
|a.* reported the Florida vaccination. Alert amount of boat traffic in the or a discarded tire may and calf scramble, John Stitt; they would like to appear in a
Board of Health this Millions! of babies, children Extra area Numerous "near acci T. Rudd of Clewiston, was look harmless but they can trophies, Frank Veltre; beauty Clewiston.
and adults are sate from serious dents" have been reported by seriously Injured in, a boating make as fine a breeding placeas contest Bob Adams; exhibit Treasurer John Corbla reported J h
tams Fields R. N.. of the communicable diseases be- the Sheriffs Department in recent accident Thursday in the rim a pool of stagnant water building lock-up Buddy Belcher that 1220 was stffl uncollected
r County Health Departthis cause they have been Immunized weeks and the prohibitingof canal and 1 11 presently confined upon ; grounds lock-up. Jack Burt; from ads in the Fair booklet :
week, also recom- against them continued Mrs.Fields swimming and skiing was to Hendry General Hospital "Parents should Impress premiums> Ted Gallo; parade, and S202 due"for booth spacer "
banl urges all residents but you can acquire the felt necessary. According to available information their children to stay away Clyde Hatfleld, Judges, Ted Gallo Directors voted to pay the ,;
fid; la touch with your doc- disease, and epidemics can and Sheriff Earl Dyess states that the Rudd family war goIng from the fogger when it is in ; passes, Frank Veltre; placing .: Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary !
l Health Department and do break out when people become representatives from his department out into the edge of the lake use. During the last fogging operation petitions, 7FA. and 4-H 8120.00 for parking cars the ,

VV! fcr vital protection with careless about having innoculatlons. will patrol the area and to swim and fish In the late aft seven boys on bicycles dubs; parking of,.ears, FHPA; six days of the fair, based on II i
Nitlou, against the many see that the restrictions are ob- ernoon. The two boat were followed the fogger close enough home exhibits Polly Mcden- $20 a night ., t l
liaiaicable deseasei". Vaccinations served. Sign have been posted traveling pretty close togetherwith to be breathing the Insecticide.This don: box office, John Corblni: A committee of Adams and t I
1 lie State during 1963, re- against Dip-' along the waterfront and at the the children riding! In one is very unwise, and It also ground policing, city police and Pattlson are to present sketches .I'J
hXn! Fields, there were therla, whooping-cough tetanus In entrance to the Herbert Hoover boat and Mr. and Mr. Rudd in causes traffic accidents, as approaching sheriff dept; public address and estimates on converting the .'
polio, typhoid and smallpox cannot the
I Iwo and deaths from comPaMe Dike so that there can be no the other boat. cars see system Jerry Brown. ; utilities old rest rooms into office space r
should be started in early In- WeatherCity boys on bicycles because of the
diseases as follows Bad misunderstanding Ernie Miller; outdoor events, and
: The boat in which the parent storage at the next meet-
and child and adult "
fancy .
|Jria3! : cases, 2 deaths; should have every them. In stressing the water safety, were riding! struck the wake of fo. Bob Adams; presentation.farm ing.Present .
'COIIh.S9S cases, > Dyers ,said that his deputieswill the front boat and Rudd lost family 8. H- Stalls at the meeting\ were
; Poll -33 cases (ParalyTP If :you or your children have of ClewistonPolice also enforce safety equip control of, his boat and wa NIGHT FOGGING BEST George presented three bid- Miner, George, Frank Veltre.
| !>; tetanus (lockaw37i ] ) not had these Innoculatlons, or' ment. Residents are Invited to thrown out'of the boat The motor Doty admitted that best results contracts for the midway from Bob Adams, Corbin Gallo, Dave

', (lONE DEATH n HEN.COt'Nl ;your booster' shots, make arrangements pickup the latest water safety struck Rudd and he was are obtained when the fogging Southland Amusements. Degler Pattison, S. H. Stalls Mrs. Eula
?, 1964)); typhoid for them TODAY. Department information and requirements seriously bruised and cut. machine is used late at Shows and Belle City Amusement O'Neal Jack Burt and Ross La-
I Co...Following consider Belle. l*

I Engineers present service pins ,on Corps'189th- anniversary ... .. : I I

i:!? Wuttlei and Public In- the Corp and the part they Included 10 year pin and certificate 20 year and 'Paul Waters, 30 Engineer*'studies and constructs tary officers '
dB: acro 1' the State of had played in the developmentof of merit to Frank Zem- years. waterways, reservoir navigation Jacksonville District assigned, to the and Hercules antimissile missile Harbor. : ,
Joined with the US. the area.Highlight. onek; 30 year pin and certificate Simultaneously Army Engineers locks, harbors, flood control the engineering defense facilities la South e A n million expansion of
T Corp staffs ,beta* .composed .
|:testing of Engineers In 101 the observance to William H. Ford; and celebrated their 119th projects and similar clvi Ian. of civilians at aH locations. Florida. the turning basin at Port Everglades ...
the Corps' 189th 20 pin and certificate: to anniversary In Florida The first C A mulU-mllllon-doUar navigation
war the presentation of a 40 year type project ,The Jacksonville near Fort Lauderdale.to .
10n District
June 16. Egbert Hoffman.Mr. Army Engineer office was opened In addition employs lock and barge canal in Miam
0kwlste :year certificate and pin to Joe the Army Engineer about 800 Harbor. '
'led II the occasion was W. Wood for continuous service Broadfoot presented ser in Key West in IMS the serve at the construction and clerical engineers technicians the vicinity of Canaveral Harbor S A 12 million enlargementand '
khoHle brief ceremonies at with the government agency. vice pins and certificates .to same year Florida- joined the agency for the .Army and Air five cities across the State.in improvement to Key West I
area tDClneer with A R. Broad The certificate included a quality Mrs Merle Brantley, 10 years; Confederacy. Force in Florida. Little of the Jacksonville is the sIte of the e A 12.J million improvement (Continued 'on Page J)

Corpl of the U.S. step increase In pay. Wood Jerry Speight 10 years:; ForrestA. Spurred by wars and threats construction work by the Corpsof District Office where Colonel .

I/11d/ area engineererfor is the oldest in point of servicein Mercer 10 years; Robert, of wars, the Army Engineers, Engineers 1 Is done with 'It*' Parfitt and some 400 members w p I
1tiPyc district! the,area as inspector of the Pearce, 20 years; Duncan C. the oldest continuous service organization own work forces-the majorityof of his staff are located. Sub-of
IaJq CII the maklnprogress flood control projects Other Morrow 10 years, Delphi in the United States, it accomplished d by' private flees are situated at Palatka, !
of awards presented by Wlesenfeldef Thornton, 20 ;years: John Hill have added credit upon creditto businesses under contract to the Clewiston, Miami and Bom

their glorious record in times Engineer It 1* the responsibility 'stead As major construction:

of war and peace. of the Corps to design lad 'projects require it. other, sub- "
Many people are surprised to supervise construction the offices 'are established and, It ( 4 '
learn that a high percentage of projects-award contracts' to manned by experienced person '
the Corps of Engineers staff is contracting fljnrw and.then see nel. : k<
civilian and that much of its that the construction meet the The value of civil and military :
work I* civil works Only the rigid specifications designed by Contractwhich the Corp of ,.

top administrative officers of the Corps. Engineers has under construe H
,the Army Engineer Districts! The Jacksonville District is tlon this year is $60 million. But \ I i I
such a* those in Jacksonvilleand commanded by Colonel H. R.Parfitt. the )Jong range projects of which '

Canaveral are military offi_ a young West Point these contracts are a part will J 0 1
cers. The remainder of the staff graduate with a broad background cost hundreds of minion of dollars '

are Civil Service workers who in construction work. A* and require many years, to,
carry on the day to day work his deputy Colonel Parfltt has complete.

assigned to the vast Corps of Major George Harman,.another Major projects on which
Engineers organization. vigorous,:young engineer In the Army Engineers have' warded' .F.y
i Created during the American Panama Canal Zone where the contract this year are: '
Revolution under General George Jacksonville, District Is responsible e The $159 million Cross Florida '
Washington, the Congress Jot military work only Barge Canal: stretching k. ; I IJ
gave to the Corpe of Engineer there i* a: Corps of Engineers from ,Jacksonville to Yankee' 4
-HH >->-v n H n Bi 4MH biWHHHBVSlKECEIVTNa J
certain civil: responsibilities major in charge of construction; town, which win bring tremendous '
.. ) a -
-- -........-.. ..... CERTIFICATES: \ D'PINS '
and in Puerto foe eenUnaed
"IIInlIED primarily related to development Rico where the growth in barge transportatloa -; serv I t
h-rde1tod. T RTy n.us: service area engineer A. .. ".UNt. left presented of transportation routes. Corp ha* civil: and military Into and through Florida ; ice with UM Cents ef Engineers lat.( Taeaday were. left torUM. flj '! P

N by pia a" "tinea*. the awards .. Mr*. Merle Branu>y, Robert The Corps still has this Congressional convtrue, loa responsibilities.. from the Midwest and the, Jee Weed Frank z.._.. area engineer Charles Wto.eafeM j
eI the lalUs anniversary ef the Pearce Delphi Thtratoo Duncan Morrow responsibility and there is a lieutenant colonel, in Atlantic Seaboard. ef the SACFFC;who preeeate tile award 1IIcI.Read ,
tachaeers TIs....,. .I...... 11 Cerpe Pad.Water Jerry Bpeiflit and Jibe. Hffl. that Is 1 the reason the Corp of charge. These are the only rnflW 117 million worth of Hawk; n rod< SUM rii4i j



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THB aJCWISTON NEWS CewbtlOa, I1a. --- Obituaries Amercaq(

Tharsd y, June 25, 1984 Mrs. Edna P Davidson, mother lacy, Humans Socle 4+
an's wdF
e Sonny
of Martin H. Peers, was

THE CLEWISTON NEWS ;rsr- -... I MM. Mary Christian found dead In her home inNaples the Funeral chapel servlcea aeq h
Christian.63. Monday. She was 74 of me pt
Mrs. Mary Poole Pittman
School Board is continually of Mrs. Davidsonwas Funeral Scoday
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, ClewJstoo. being faced with the need a former resident of Clewlston! years born age.in Camden Maine morning

Florida, by The dewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. for more of everything and this died Thursday Dallas Texas. and had lived in Fort Myers, C. Parham offlcuJr '

Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927. at OM, year is no exception. Additional She was a school teacher, who prior to moving to Naples in Interment was tatk.
": I, Post Office in Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of Congress al teachers are needed, more had taught In Inunokalee, and 1924. She was a member of the Myers Cemetery, fc
March 3. 1179. *f I classrooms, additional maintenance In Hendry, Lee and Polk coun

are being asked by ties.
i .0R104 NATION D ITOIIA L patrons member of the .
'i 1J % with few suggestions of She was a
lASfifccftTUZflN First Methodist Church of Fort
how they may be obtained.A .
-I' board Myers and a member of the
U member noted that
; arMeEA scrrvr I the system is approximately Pythian Sisters. The demand for f Eat
N husband
Surviving are her
y (80.000 short before school
q 1 0 0 Subscription/ Rates 84.00 per year opens
; Christian, of Immoka-
;. j C lee/ this year. In an effort to Improve Charlie and stocker
(Return Postage Guaranteed)
'f 0(1 this situation, a changeis lee one daughter, Mrs. Mary
.1'.1'I;I rJON BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher! being planned in the coachIng Nell Lee of Northbrook, m.. a cattle is
j '.' S. H. STALLS Managing Editor situation at CHS. The previous sister, Mrs. Annie Darcy of heavy
Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 staff consisted of four men Winter Haven and two brothers Buy
:'. '1' Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves who also taught academic Russell Pool of Belle Glade only the
f; the right to reject any objectional! advertisement! classes. On a trial basis next DOUBLE DECK TRANSPORTATION Is a common fight. and Everett Poole of Eau Gal- -
THE NEWS ponlbUltr' for the return .( unollcltod .... cattle
t" mtnvicrlpu) annul or photograph no year two coaches: will handleall however three-deck: Is nnusual and eye catcb. This sit lie. you want

..' THH NEWS *MUD> no financial I rupoBilblllt,10orrr.: of the duties, however the topped In ClewisUn. recently for minor repairs before eoa- Funeral services were held
., : anvhlcal errors or eommlMloni. In adnrtlMrnvnt bat l Photo Engel-
Staff afternoon at
classroom teaching will be tinning ito journey Monday
1 '
.( such errors before the flat laiu of the paper will reprint cur
,; rwtly that part of the adTortlMnont In which th.arror oocurr.d. dropped from their schedule. hardt Funeral Home, Fort My *
would render the correction. value
L the rant a time 1 clamant
I r i tea*. the N.wa will reduce the price of tha adTartliamant bjr in CBS last year had its best er location is the newly completed ers.
:. amount* or omitted equal to copy the percentage rapraaentad.Questionnaire .of the total apace ai the arron.on year in a overall sports pro- pro-shop that is exceptionally Deputy director Interment was In the family Ceme- -Sale. Every Monday at 1:00: P.M
1 It gram. While the Immediate nice and in the continuing plot In the Fort Myen

1 change may not be noticed, it good taste of the city fathers '
is far fetching to think that two visits S. S. board
when building go tery.Mrs. *
from Congressman men can do the work of four first class. Ada GlotfeltyMrs.
: .
and give the elementary Instruction
CoL Peter P. Pierce, Jr. of
Paul Rogers to the lower -classmen St. Augustine, deputy state director Ada B. Glotfelty, 14,
which is of essence of of Selective: Service, paid mother of the late Martin V. GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASS
maintaining representative athletic the Local Board No. 42 died at
a routine Glotfelty of Clewlston,
.. I DEAR FRIENDS: teams. Two men cannot It's History Now official visit Wednesday.Col her home In Clarkivllle, Pennsylvania
I ". This U my annual Questionnaire In which I seek the views possibly teach fundamentals to Pierce explained the new early Sunday mornIng Phone WT MOM Belle Glans,
I i, 1 of the people of our district: on matters of importance to the Con- ISO: boys in four major sports. TmiTT TEAKS AGO Selective Service policy of sending .

:i cress. Sports are not and should: not (From Ctewbton 18 old registrants for member of the
News year She was a
''l and
last cooperation
I Over 52,000 people replied year your
run the school however they
\ In sending your replies to me will! be most helpful and sincerely Juno 22. 1134)) physical examination There is Clarksville Presbyterian Church.Mr. .
,I ; appreciated Thank you have become a vital part of the A series of robberies in Clew. no change in the policy of inducting Glotfelty was her only

/./ Paul Rogers overall program. To tear down iston was solved with the arrestin year-olds, he stated son, and there are no immediate
; Member Congress one phase to build another is Wauchula of J. T. Anglla and but the early physical examination survivors. CY'tt

I 1. Should Congress pass legislation for a constitution amendment not The the Board solution.has and Hamp Anglln. Goods stolen! from is Intended to clarify: the Funeral services were held in U\1Q\{
a problem
I to protect traditional prayer and Bible reading In Parkinson's! US. Sugar Corp. status of the registrants, and Clarksville yesterday afternoon. I
there is need for in workIng
schools T Yes.- No- a help office and Gulf Refining Corp. also to give those who fail to
i towards a solution. The office, were found in their pass the physical examination '
2. Do you favor civil right legislation T Yes- N_ problem can be solved with session. pos the information on their condi Hardy S. Sealey DRIVING:

I 3. Do you my plan to give Congress* closer supervision money. One of the solutions is tion. These will be offered assistance
I i! over the Central Intelligence! Agency YeaN_ a nasty word taxi I I Florence Hayes Bailey of in rehabllitlng themselves Graveside funeral services
The fairest overall method Ocala: and James Willis Moore, were held Tuesday morning for
If wish avail
Ii 4. Do :you believe created Federal participation should be given would be a sales tax, as more Jr. were married In Ocala.: themselves they he said to Hardy S. Sealey, 85, who passed COSTS
I I the fight against. beach erosion in South Florida? people would share the burden. Mr.; and Mrs. S. C. Headleyand silt, away Friday at Pearce I .

I YesNo.- Possibly the next best would be daughter visited in Stuart Wood Memorial Hospital In Ar- ..

: II, Do you agree that stronger US. efforts are needed to halt to lift the homestead exemption for the weekend. Local graduatesat I cadia.A .
allied trade with Cuba and to bring sanctions against Cuba above the first 12,000 'as Is being Evelyn Hare was honoree at native of Alachua County,
11 t. by the nations of this Hemisphere Yes- Nom' sought in Sarasota County.It a birthday party, given by her U of FloridaTwo be moved to Moore Haven four Keep

l /. In selecting what will! be broadcast, the major TV networks is not a perfect solution, but brother Bob. years ago from Lakeland. He '
and advertisers depend in part on the "ratings" programs ref it is a step In the right direction. : Kiwanis Club sponsored a public Clewlston students are had previously been a residentof '
f ceive. Congress has investigated "ratings" services and is interested dance for the benefit of underprivileged among the 375 University of Moore Haven many ;yean Engine
I in their accuracy: and the effect they have on what The shortage is an accumulation child committee's Florida students who will complete
: la offered to the viewer. The following are the most listened ago.Survivors Tuned
projects. requirements for
for several years and reflects : college Include two son, J.
.1 to TV programs, according to a recent "rating": ((1)) Beverly .. .
on no Individual or ad- degrees on June 1?. C. and Herbert Sealey of Moore
-Hillbillies\ ; ((2) Bonanza, and ((3)) Dick Van Dyke Show.
Does this "rating" reflect YOUR listening habits T ministration. However it is TWENTY TEARS AGO Matthew F. M. Prewitt and Haven; three daughters, Mrs. 1 1 Whatever jour en
Yeses No- pressing for a "catch-up" day Linda Joyce Walker will com- Mary 0. Polk, Mrs. Bertie Mae
(From Clewhton News, gine needs -
and that day is not In the too plete bachelor degrees Mat. Jones and Mrs. Dorothy Thomas I
; PLEASE MAIL REPLIES.1.OPaulG.Bo.ers.: M. C. Jove 23, 1944)) thew's is the Bachelor to
., Room 111, distant future. of Electrical all of Clewlston; one brother come us.
Fathers and
sons of the Community
j House Office Building.\ Engineering degree and J. H. Sealey of Arcadia;
Washington, D.C. 20515 -SS- Church held an outingon Linda's, a Bachelor of Arts in two sisters, Mrs. Laura Trulock,
the school grounds in observance
:, The city recreation is well of Fathers. Day A diamond Education There will degree.be no formal com Tampa Gainesville.and Mrs. Maggie Wade, Redish .. Service
organized during the summer
i, : June is Dairy Month and it too has growth problems 12-12 tie.ball There game was resulted group> singIng in a- mencement exercises at this Interment was in Ortona
need another baseball field few time, and these students will cemetery with Rev. T. J. Green-
a short talks"refreshs
I ? By ALMA WAEEEN they say. This too would take and a special prayer for Join August, December and berger, pastor of the Venus Phone 29171or Free Pickup & Delivery Serne
April, 1965 graduates to be hon
'considerable finances. Should Baptist Church, officiating. Pat-
Tune la Dairy Month, time to serve your family the delicious this goal be sought, it is hoped the George boys In Waldroa service.and Corbet, ored at the annual commencement tison Funeral home was in Sugarland Ilwy. Cleto

and nutritious goodness of dairy products including that a great deal of care will Bembry left for Brazil where ceremony next spring. charge of arrangement

milk cheese and ice cream. be taken in placing the field In
they are employed by the U.S.
Dr. Barney Harris Jr., assistant Extension dairyman that it might be utilized by others. Engineers.The .
Extension Service that milk is A diamond closer to- the R. M.
Florida Agricultural says Hare family vacationed
recognized all over the world as "nature's most nearly per high school has long been de at Fort Lauderdale

fect food", For best health Conditions, people In Florida sired.could Possibly work together the two, if groups the Beach.

need to consume more dairy products, Harris says. project can be gotten off the Gene and Bub Mills left for
Barnesville N.C. to attend
Nutritionists with the Florida Agricultural Extension ground. Camp
Service recommend milk as a mainstay in all menus, whether Mt. Mitchell for the 6 weeks

it is served as a beverage to young and old alike or camp period.
Former Scoutmaster Charles
used in foods. Milk they emphasize, is your best source Sea cows are getting quite a Benson wroU the local troop SIN" 1 4 I
I, of calcium and also provides high-quality protein. You play for control of vegetation in from the South Pacific where pi1

never outgrow your need for milk, the nutritionists point out canals by the Flood Control he Is a yeoman In the U.S.

,. Dairy products, including milk are a bargain in to DIstrIct. Can't help but gaze Navy. He sent $21 for summer r.

day's supermarkets. Compare their cost from the standpoint into the future and wonder about. camp and other troop expenses {

r .,' of food nutrients supplied by other sources of these controllng: the sea cow population Leroy Hare was T/Sgt on

./ same nutrients and you'll be convinced that dairy products In our roadside canals. bombing missions over Ger

have a lot to offer. -$ many.
as.tsM CedW
The old clubhouse at the golf

Where is that country we used to past course It's is now down a thing and almost of the (From TEN Clewbtoa TEARS AGO News, P.9plsJm flftf 1 W!!M? rag much For di hW !haf! .yj.Tt.**., they came i. to gee MnrtMiana .
June 34.
I hauled away. Behind its form- took their lint fort look around a Ford IAAmerica.
know? The A.C.L. discontinued its thelia" the hottest line of ears

passenger train into Clewiiton ...dle "Car: oldie Year"Award wbule"...die bestboilt Fords sowuttlj
eTer.Thel saw ears
In the America of yesterday you paid your debts as quickly after 33 years of regular serv
I U possible, and went without things, to do it. styled,so easy to handle,M good to drive,that they made this the best sales year In Ford
I l You disciplined! your children) -but'( disciplined yourself first Did You Know? ice.Heavy Division history
You spent less than you earned, and demanded your government rainfall posed a flood even before the Mustang came out They saw Amer a's leading performance car
do the same.You threat. Toe Lake was loweredto -die Super Torque Ford ((hardtgp sales
,:, went to church, your children went to Sunday School You can get 13.3 and rains had pushed it ap.TheysawAmerica')
you held daily prayers-and no court would have dared to interpose back to 1193. Clewlston received : most famous personalluxuryar-Thundcrbird-wlthsalaop61'% Tn ma MSJSJ..SU
any law into your' private religion. a 4.48 inch rainfall Ortona one WI
t 1m' record. CIIA.I"
t You would whoehodf d'at (and quick to change) Bar-B-Q to GO! gates were closed to permit the They found out why Falcon almost outsells row A
men In high places land in the Chevy D and Valiant comblaed. And
Valley -
You expected to prosper only by doing a better and better why Fmlaae is a patHettn
i Job. to drain Into the river. fa..Its lwalJdl.Oat INk aa flake you fall In lore with FOR D
You obeyed the law-but took active enough part In government Jean Cox and Bobby Adams ford' .6 mode1l. 18'18&11!
to see that the laws were justYou were married in the Adams A un drive WI make you I Ford .
A man forever ....._._..... new"dr
"walked softly but carried a big .tlcL"ADd
that was the character which brought this country victory Mothers dub entertained their
in three wars cst in your lifetime, built It back from a shatter- husbands at a banquet for Fathers --
,I I log; depression, fed and saved the civilized world:
i Day. Mrs. Glen Brower .
1 Is there enough of it left to do it again? tY v.v
(The above is from an advertisement published by Warner Phone Y U 2.9322 and Mrs W. L. Brantley, Jr. r yj

j && Swasey, Cleveland manufacturer, as one in a long series of ads were the committee In charge. _
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group were Kenny Brannen Club were guests at the club's flower Journey to America and Awards concluded with a tetherball Clewiston, Pia. THE CLEWLSTON NEWS Page Three
Tommy Ballard, Ellis Clark, regular luncheon meeting at the' traced the various methods presentedat tournament on Friday morning, Thursday, June 33,19k
''couts camp Skipper Hall, panny Prater Inn on Thursday. used in brewing beer throughthe June 26 with all members who -- ---- -

Barnia Bryan, Harry Spears, President Greg Easer extended years playgroundAt are registered at the playground win Marshall DWI, plea of dating arrest: Wm. J, Schmidt
Keetah Jerry Manning, Dan Nelson, the welcome to the boys forth President Esser announcedthat the conclusion of the first eligible to enter. guilty, however thlal has been $35 or 15 days for disorderly
t Jerry Walton, Ronnie Hooks, club members and Coach the first lame in which the week's activities at Central set for July', Wesley Joe conduct and $150 or 60 days. for '
BoY scouu enjoyed Clegg Hooka, Keith Carter, Jim George Kemp Introduced each Little Leaguers will play was Playground, a box hockey tournament Physical fitness Langford, failure to yield right resisting arrestSugarland
yenlten Tanah Keetah.r Grandma Chip Fuller Jim player In person, with a few scheduled for Wednesday evening was held on Friday of way $25 or 10 days; Arthur
ref a t CamP saturday wllb their Brandon and Mike Galasslnl. comments about their position and he asked for attend- morning, June 19, and the following continuedEvery Lee Moorman III, guilty of :'
i1Il A. H. JCJn,. vadactMtlet. Assisting with transportationto on the team. The boys were ance and support from the participants'were awarded program DWI, motion for new trial denied 1

utlPas1/r! aa well a. the and from King,camp Mr. and were Mr,Scoutmaster Au-- very sharp in their new Little Lions first, second and third place Monday morning will sentence pending, Fred Pharmacy
dutleaa of camp League uniforms, regulation certificates: Lutzow, disorderly conduct $33
and be set aside for physical fitness -
die Hooks and Mr. and Mrs.Don PIZZA : I
aJUl'f' buSY during baseball suits In white with Midget Division or 15 days and $33 or 15 days
the boys Galasslnl, and Mr. and : boys for anyone desiring to en-
tept Mrs. Jim Brannen. gold trim and gold caps. Little League 1st Carl Berner ter the skills that will be con- for resisting arrest; Bill Neal, YU 2-3311
mmpe0tive events of a The boys were released after 2nd Mark Brandon3rd ducted to test each person'sphysical disorderly conduct, $35 or 15 i
the Mite Galas-. the luncheon and a film. "The Mitch Murphy ability. days and $35 or 15 days for re-

broke daY Program the end record in Lions Club hosts Brewers Heritage" was presented opened MondayThe Midget Division: girls Those who pass the required :
Barnl. BrynleoeN by the U.s. Brewers Association.
1st Stacy Sanford
: Little Leaguers objects will be awarded AAUPhy.lcal -
lOpe. record in rope The color film showed Little Major League open- .. 2nd Pam Wlmbcrly3rd r LORD'S SUPPER -
sri Members of the Little League scenes of early beerbrewingby cd Monday night for the 1964 Jayne Passmore Fitness Certificates many the finest act of public wor 'i ,
1JilD1. team sponsored by the Lions Testawlllbeconduetedacross in the Church. We observe It in .f
Clewlston Europeans before their May- season with two extremes in i
eluded tt the Junior Division: boys from the Central Playground to the command ()f Christ,, J .
baseball. In the opening '
1st Greg Miller and any student age Sand do In remembrance of me."
Rotary defeated the American 2nd Brian Beardsley up desiring to participate: 1THE Jesus took bread and blessed and '
Legion in an excellent game, 3rd Arturo Tomeu should sign uj either at the It, and gave it to the dUc'ples( and .'
fclewiston Church Directory 7-4. while the Sugar Mill Union Take eat' And he took a cup d j
:: topped the VFW 14-10 without Junior Division: girls playground or youth center. when be had given thanks, he .gave -L
letting a bit 1st Donna Stalls | saying, "Drink of it, all of you"

OF JESUS CURE!!IT COMMUNITY I'RESB'lTEJUANU7 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The program It sponsored 3rd 2nd Glnna Faye" Sexton City docketCases Uathcw: 26.26;
(R Claire McCarthy r"
Booker PotatPul Royal Palm .beD1I'HeD1'7 102 E. Ventura AvenueRev Jointly by the Clewlston Recrea Community Presbyterian Church
Senior Division: boys handled by Acting City
IL Ford. Minister Robert 'I
Strickland Pastor Christy lion Department and the Boardof 407 Royal Palm Avenue /
9 45 Sunday School 1st Tommy Sexton Judge Carlos Dickey In court HORRELL FORD Minister
ScbooLa.m.MorolD' : a.m.- 9.45 i m.-Sunday School. Public Instruction. Woody HENRY \
ooi.m.-Sunday Wor.hipP.m.Pr.yer 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service. Carrutbers is director and Ernie 2nd Pat Clark Wednesday, June 17 Included 9:45 A.M. Bible School 6:00 P.M. Youth Fellowship ,
11:00: 'a.m.-Nursery In the Parish ltS: p.m.Training Union. Hill Is supervising the play. Senior Division: girls postponement of trial for Mr. 11:00 A.M. Worship .t I
Meeting.\ House. 8.00: p.m.-Evening Service. The field has been renovated 1st Sandra Hyder and Mrs. Pete Schneider on SERMON SUBJECT"AN l
6:00 p.m.-Westminster Fellow. Wednesday: and is In the best conditionever. 2nd Christy Endicott charges of disorderly comduct: EXEkCOE IN GRATITUDE"THE ,..\.JI

p.m-Youth Meetli ship. 7:00 p.m.-Officers and Teachers A new heavy duty backstop 3rd Debbie Davis George Bradley failure to yield LORD'S SUPPER ,: I
Wednesday: Meeting has been built the player This week's activities will be right of way $23 or 5 days; Ed-
..mESTECOSTALBO 7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice.ST. '::00 pm. Midweek Prayer dugouts have been moved back .

ESS (II1J1tCDIeIIth Service and a fence is to be built to
Clewlston MARGARETS CHURCH 8.45: p.m.-Choir Practice. keep fans from going onto the Prices Good Through Friday, July 3rd! : !

1 W.! J.R. Taylor. Pastor Father Robert A. HostlerS field. _.
a.m.-Sunda SchoolLmHoming :00 a.m.-Sunday Ma... The Infield has been wateredand ; '
GOOD/YEAR "More Ride Tires
Worship. 7:00: p.m.-Sunday Mass. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH leveled light bulbs have People on Goodyear 4'' I
S .-Sunday EvangelisticService. 1 331 W. Oieeela Avenue been replaced snack bar and ,;
7:00 a.m.-Dally' Weekday Mass .f
7:00: a.m.-I'Ir.t Friday Mass. 9 Rev.:45 a.m.-Church David Denslow: School.Pastor restrooms have been added for Than Any Other Brand I IPREHOLIDAY ,y \1 '
dneidiy: I:00 p.m.-I'1r.t Wednesdayeach : spectator convenience. .
Service. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. ,
Upm-Prayer month. Catholic )
7:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth ROTARYAB '
Ladles' Altar Society. R H .
pmYouth Service. : Fellowship. C.Keens.1 0 0 : i

Saturday- T. Jacobs cf I 1 1
OITHSIDE MISSIONARY 9.30 a.m.-Religious Instruc Jones. d ., 1 0 0

VI) N. Francisco Street (Episcopal) W. Navaro p, ss _, 2 2 J
N. PaeUle
Rev. Julian Pope F Tomlinson, 3b... 4 1 2
im-Sunday School. OF CHRIST Rev. dark H. Dorman,Vicar D. Miller. 2b .-., 2 1 0 SL
0 i. .- Worship. lOt South Central Avenue Sunday Services Christie. 2b ____ 1 0 0
J. J. Sullivan Minister 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist: C. Aqulrre U ___ 2 0 0
ppm.-Evening Worship. Sunday: 10.39: a.m.-Family Service and Cowart If 1 0 t
dMKlarI : 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Church School. D. Ellington lb..., I 1 0
JO I pm.-Prayer Service. 11:00 a.m. Worship. Saints and Holy Days as an- B. Bell rf ,.?.????. 1 0 0 ..

CBCKCH OF GOD Wednesday 7.00 p.m.-:Worship. nounced.Confessions by. appointment' C. Flshtick.AMERICAN rf _LEGION 1 0 0 ,OUR BIGGEST STOCKROOM CLEANOUT IN YEARS! ,"

02 Rev.grata! Joe Lucille Coleman Avenue 7:30 p.m.-Midweek and Bible devotions Study. H Drake. If __ AB I 1 R n 0 )We've slashed prices on one-o f a-kind tires and bargain pairs. Even a few complete seta oil\ 1:

m-lL\YEN BAPTIST CHURCH J. __. '4 at sacrifice price New Treads at one low price for twelve
S I -Sunday School. Highway 720 Belcher ss I 0 0 .... different esAlsokwestpg.j; .. ;
S 1 1,m.-Morning Service. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST A. Landrove 3b I .0 1 ever offered on new Goodyear Nylons uithTufWOf_i 'M
Rev. Vic Turner Pastor .____
JO I pm.-Evening Worship. APOSTOLIC FAITH T. Perry, c I 1 1
inesdayOpm.Prayer: South Clewbton 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School D. Carlson 2b I O' 0
Service. Bro. Luther Dixon. Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship D. Stiles, p ,__ I 0 0
1U 6.45: p.m.-Training Union. G. Miller Ib ___ 1 1 1
JO) p.m.-Young People's En- 11.00 10:00:; a.m.a.m.-Sunday Preaching.School. 8:00 p.m.-Evenln Worship D. Navaro cf ._.. I 0 0
deavor Wednesday: K. Knowles, rf._ 1 1 0
Tuesday: 8 00 p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Rotary _.,....-..... 011 OU-7
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. __.
1ST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Friday: Am. Legion ._ 000 031.- IT- ?-T- ni.i

II N. Francisco Street 7:30: p.m. Young People's HR-S. HallS.M.U. :. '
Meeting. LM.U.AB '
GOD a HRtts ;
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S and 215 Sooth Frandse Street If __ 1. 0 0 RECAP
Worship Service.p.m.Communlon CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH James F. Klmbrel Pastor Giddens. If 0 ;' 1 0
South dewiston DeArmas. ss 1 1 0
iJO and Rev. Herb Hlgdon. Pastor Sunday: Murphy, c ......_ 4 0 0
Worship Service. 10:00 a.m.-8u.nday School '
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Ltedey 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School. Fonhee et ._. 2 1 0 7.10x15 r ,4 !
: 11.00)) a.m.-MomiD Worship. 670x15 : .
, 11:00 a.m.-Worship Service. Morley Sb OJ 0 ,
I p.m.-Bible Study. 11:00)) a.rru-Children's Church. :,1 $7 95 '
7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Service Philip lb __ 3'.1 0 $595 7.60x15 I
7:39: p m.-Evangelistic : 14
JEIIOV1JJ'iMnUs8a: : Union. Wednesday: Carter p _.. 2 2 0 7.50x I'IIIt !
':00 p.m. Worship Service. Ambassadors. Clark Zb.._ 0 I 0 8008.20x15 aeeappabl ei TIre '
aftan Hatt-417 7:45: p.m.-Chr1It'l -
W. El Paso
R.0 Tuesday: McDonald, rf_. 0 1 0 8.00x14 nvcvpiiHvwu Tire
!..ala i y Watchtower Study 8.00: p.m.-Brotherhood. Thursday: Rudd rt .-.a 0 .2 0V..W. White Walls $1.00 extra
extra "
jpjn.hl; Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Pr.y.r and Bible White Walls $2.00 '
7:30 of Prayer. Dean-cf.-- 2 1 STOCK '
7 Bible Study 8;00 p.m. Study. EARLYLIMITED NUMBER IN .
Vmttj Thursday: Roth e 2 2 0 ORDER
Ministry School, 7:30: Friday: t
8.00: p.nw-.Choir Practice. 4.09: p.m.-Royal Rangers for Nelson.ss. p. If I'" .2 2' \. ,tk
** Meeting I;30p.m. Boys. Carlton, 3b :I 1 1 i f .
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Phone U501 Clewiston Federal tF1' 0.70xlSbtsdnn0 pnrs 7.50 1 14 1.7111 IS I.1s0 R 4'1 .7f.x 1 'f' ,
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Par Four THIC CLEWtS1'ON NEWS Clewiston, Fla, Mrs. Beardsleytells Alonzo R. Burke, Tan Ca-.
Thundey, June 25, 1991 L Ray Ualpb Sulek trt,
NEWS BPW club of Cheater-AdamaA kzt

June 27-Mr

CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD A trip to Europe bah Abner O1gii] H.Batista Vann Will CaUdJ It a.i:

St Mrs Ruth Beardaley described June .thmurn
I 215 South Francisco Street Miss Maria Gonzalez bridein portions of her recent seven Ie D. Worth Mary Murphy,
i is week stay In Europe when the Jot. Ana
I spoke to fellow members of the .
To Make Business( and Professional Worn- June 29-M. M. t'rewtlt,
home Friday evening Howse
ceremony Lamar
REVIVAL ens Club at the June meeting Mc

i: Christ KnownJOHN Miss Marla Teresa Gonzalez Aanebel Gonzalez of Cuba. She ., 'tJi,1 Monday. June 3O-France'liaU,Jq..
," "4.11; entire, .
educated in the Cuban Mrs. Beardsley and her husband Opal
became the bride of Richard B. was ft, Hancock:
Hornsby in a pretty ceremony: schools and was preparing to 47tn"t\ : flew to Amsterdam and Ken;, Jennag,, 1s. 1Izt
I. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al- become a teacher, when she ",,::., :" I J' I1t1J drove from there to several Knliht.
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r berto Ramirez, West Alvardea came to Florida a year ago : '- .::; countries, including] : Luxemberg, July i-Mr.. Polly
Street, Gewlston Friday eve She has made her borne In Clew. d Germany, Switzerland] knd Bel 11 .Cohen, Bishop,8&J.
: I'. i, ,I I nIn,. Justice of the Peace H. Leon with her sister, Mrs. Alberto }'.' \ '',: J-li"; glum They visited the area in Raymond Fort
: 'f E. Crosby officiated at the Ramirez, and family. She -.1:. ., .1' ,j. .,, which: Mr. Beardsley] served in July 2-Dean King, Carr
ceremony in the presence of was employed in the B&B Supermarket the u.s. Army during World Pauline Acdersoll,
1 .( friends and relatives of the ); ;
R young couple.] The groom Is,the son of Mr. '" .. ..!. 1"t \ which both had looked forwardfor
J For her wedding the bride and Mrs. H. E. Hornsby fClewlston. <- 45 years Mrs. Beardsleysaid
chose a pure silk green! dress He graduated from 7 I : ': they developed] new appreciation -
with Jacket of the same materiaL the_Clewiston,High School and > : f. ;: i: for history as they
;: The dress and Jacket were enlisted in the U.S. Marine "t- r nr viewed remains of a Roman
adorned with a white bow, and Corps. He is presently based st : f.tiT civilization and learned of Historic
a D she carried a cascade bouquetof New River, North Carolina. J eras which had escaped

white carnations, stephano- Among the out of town guests cede., ../., :R'' .. the writers of textbooks.
tie, centered with a white or at the wedding were Mr. and Miss HfldegaMe Knot was rncO
bra AND MRS. LaWATNE RAWLS, following their wedding
chid.The Mrs E. C. Hornsby and children elected to membership in the
bride was attended by of Winter Garden, Mr. and ceremony at the First Baptist Church, Fahokee, Saturday club. Guests at the meeting
her sister, Mrs Alberto Ramirez Mrs. Jorge Iglesias and Mr. Jane 13. Mn. Rawls .b the former Miss Lorraine Dunawayof were Mrs. Helen] Roberts, Mrs
and the groom by Dwayne and Mrs. Manola Ramirez Clewlston. W. P. Jernlgan and Mrs. W. C

Waldron. Belle Glade] and Mr. and Mri. Wright Members attending were :
J V Following the ceremony a reception Julio Iglesias and Mr. and Mri. Mrs Bass was presented a corsage Mrs. Evelyn; Nash, Mrs. Harriet
held when beautifully Stork shower
Rafael Saladrlgas of Fort Lau- of Vanda Hawaiian Orchids Zauel Miss Marjorie Caught- ;a 2
decorated wedding cake
derdale. by the hoste.ses.Rainbow rey, Miss Evelyn] Lee Mrs. Helen 1
was served with punch to honors Mrs. Bass Weetman, Mrs. Susie Yonce 0 -I IC'c
the couple and their ::
Mrs. Beryl Bowen, Miss Patricia
JI guests. Mrs. Robert Bass was the
Girls Powers, Mrs. Catherine 8C'E
The bride Is the daughter of '
given Brown, Mrs. Mary Robbins, and
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. :
I of Mrs Richard Pape with Mrs.
Fortner-Adams is announcedIIJ1IfhdJ S. H. Stalls as co-hostess.: grand assembly t/)

Mixed arrangements of annuals Happy BirthdayIf
Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Fortner, and roses were used Sally Oliphant worthy advisorof
:= .M1i 428 E. S&gamore Avenue, announce throughout the living room. An the Clewiston Assembly of ( you are a permanent resident
the engagement and approaching artistically decorated bassinet Order of Rainbow for Girls with of dewlston and are 18 '
1 .dl marriage of their covered in pink and accentuatedwith six other members, is attending years or over in are we Invite .
daughter, Karen, to Roger Steven sprays of pink rosebuds the Grand Assembly of the ;you to register your birth
and FAITH STALLINGS Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs held the many useful gifts presented Order in Florida at Jackson day In our Birthday Book.)
I. A. Adams, GoU View. Clew- to the honoree. ville.Other June 25-0. A. Anderson, Wm.
.. Speakers Musicians iston.Miss A The guests were served frosty delegates are Judy
Fortner, formerly of lime sherbert punch and appropriately Vann, Jan Wilson, Mar c i a I
Lakeland] schools ] decorated c a k e s Futch, Diane Rackstraw, Becky
July 1 1,2,3 and 5 7:45: each evening there and graduated from Kath from a table] centered with a Spires and Sheila Carlton. Accompanying : fetus
leen Senior,High School.
mixed arrangement of cut flow the girls are Mrs.
:' JAMES F. KIMBREL Pastor Mr. Adams graduated from ers and lighted tapers. Carlos Dickey, mother advisor,
Clewlston High School and Is and Mrs. Abner Vann, grand AIR CONDITIONyour
presently employed at the B&B The guest list Included the deputy for district 16 and past ,
Supermarket.The honoree's mother, Mrs. Richard mother advisor of the local Assembly
wedding will take placeat Graves of Vero Beach and ] ,
Calvary Baptist Church, Friday the Mesdames Woody Carruth-
Advertising doesn't cost. it PAYS! June 26th.Rainbow. ers, Margaret Bare, Robert Me- The girls went by charteredbus
Colley, Jerry Beck, Raymond with Belle Glade and Complete with installation
Coots, Robert Adams, Bob Ber- Moore Haven Rainbow girls and Easy budget plan $26995
Girls net Bill Baker, Dick Baker, their advisors. They are stayingat One installation I
Curtis Fry, Phil Shuford John the Mayflower Hotel], and
Black, Mike Gene Edwards the Grand Assembly sessionsare
honoredTwo MISS ANGELINE ADAMS, Mike Millcevic. and W. in the Municipal Auditor
are H. Peeples of Moore Haven. ium. Beck MotorsPhone
Mr and Mrs. Willie Jtsy
Luncheon every day 58c of 2 for 98c
I girls of the Clewlston Adams of Route 1, OfwlBtdo.

Menu for? I Friday-Saturday: June 26-27 Rainbow members of Assembly the Advisory and Board two announce approaching the,marriage engagement of ,Unit and r and Mr.children and Mrs are Jose spending Domlnguez a few YU 3-1301 ClewiitonRunbhc

I .JtJFri. days In Clearwater.
have received the Grand Crossof daughter, Angeline. to Mr./Efl*
Ii Fried breaded pork chop 'If. Color, because of their distinguished ward Roy Hayes the son of Mr.
services to the Order and Mrs. Wilmot Hayes: M
Miss Cheryl Lee and Mrs. Route 1, Clewlston. Sat. June Jfl 27 4
with apple sauce, mashed potatoes DOUBLE FEATURE y
f. Carlos Dickey attended the
Miss Adams is a graduate if "ROBINSON CRUSOE ON
Grand Cross of Color Ceremony Belle Glade] High School sod MARS"
corn In Hollywood Sunday afternoon, -
t has been employed at the Trail-
which was performed for the ways Bus Station in Belle Glads. This Is sooner than
Italian bread hot rolls you
or designatls in the area. They think.
Her fiance Is employed by the
were accompanied by Mr. and "THE DREAM MAKER"TOMMY
Mrs. A. H. Vann and Mr. and Tom Huston Company at Deer-
580 2 for 98 field Beach. STEELE
or % Mrs. L. E. Lee.Others with 18 new tang hitsDOUBLE k '
Plans are being made for an
receiving this honor
this year but unable] to attend August wedding Sun. Mon June 28 29 _

.../ Fountain special the ceremony Etherton and were Mrs.Miss Leslie Beverly "EVIL OF FEATURE FRANKEN --


. Chocolate Eclair . ,. ,' ,', 19c_ Carlton. EDWARDS Is on the Rampage again
I. .. ,
," SHOWER COMPLIMENTS Plumbing DepairReplacements "NIGHT MARE"A
victim of Insane
ply 1

Maria Gonzalez bride- Installations, Tue. Wed, June 30, July; \
t. elect of Ricky Hornsby, was Trouble Shooting DOUBLE FEATURE
THRIFTY complimented with a bridal "INCREDIBLE JOURNEY"
Disney true to life '
I shower Wednesday evening at "flepfic Tank A story"TARZAN'S .

; the home of Mrs. Eddie Gunter Specialti 'f '- ,, ,..;. > j
in Pioneer Apartments. Call YU !;
2-6711 Amicu 44O-H Hardtop,US HP..beeadwW..naM-wp'" <
DRUGS About 25 friends attended the 325: E. Ventura JOCK: MAHONEY
rr party, at which a color schemeof
pink and whit was used. The RAMBLER S
r : honoree opened and displayedher ]
.1 lovely; gifts, and refreshments

: \ Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston beautifully of chicken decorated: salad, dips ahower, a UP 42% OVER LAST YEAR

cake and punch were served. von M;MachApartments

. This is the car.K*winning young-hearted America as never before. The car
that offers all
things that make an automobile fun to own and to drive.

Things like two sizes of bucket them
eat have
options-and you can
In posh able-erain vinyl
t .

_. Things like America' only lies on-the-Boor via an optional Twin-Stick Floor
.. t t Shift that comes In a swank console.

\ f whole Expensive-looking sports car things like headrests, wire wheel covers plus a
raft of
NOW LEASING j. head-turning options
j Even the
ltandard .
Men's Knit Shirts Amy Ross : ... '. l glass side windows equipment on the popular American Includes smart curre
: on models and "
Root.Top rack the 330" wagon.
;, I Small, Median, Large 'Daeron-Cvttoa One and Two Bedrooms Yet with aU this,the American on

,::1" .ed. WIllie Black. Greea floe Bermudas .' $3.49 ,, t model i is; thq best mileage winner is still mewy economy official king Proof::the entered.snappy 12 -hp

i I; '; r j $2.98 to $4.00 Walk shorts -.,-$ .49 .' : Furnished or Unfurnished f: From lowest the start, you aave! plenty of extra dollarj.econoniy*- run' ay America''J
Cotton twin
: .. .. ,' f PnceswheUwyotfreaJterasedan.convertible.hardtoiCome .
+a ;I' oiwagon.f

j", /: Men's".. Walking Shorts Knee pants ". $3.98. : l lt ,Air:Conditioned and Heated How can you do better than that? See your Rambler- today!

t I I" $4.98 -' $5.98 Jeanie's*" Xptton! .Jamaic s. ; -. where the .
buys the
< t 1naIte a.D c... I ;Laundry, Facilities are. during

"J 1 Beach Towels '( S I
Large I' .. Big Rambler SeHingLSpreeA
: Colorful sports Car.ee. Jo.Ie DedfM, : \ TAw BKCSB! tt&dftslUSSm ._ !

< Mil V' Y9' .t" Moton
$ ; 8-S.98 Corporatl-.Dedlca11d
i'9' bcaIenceBEMiR
; l
; ... .r..lleb.l.salt

1. ''i ''' 'ji PAg' K.IN.. SO'N'SDEP 'fMENf.: Apply to Manager on Premises RAMBLER,: MOTORS j

321 E. Surarland "'' -
;STORE 220 tUrli pet ton; FIa. HWJ'. l eig t P.. YU 2-1201|
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called to Naples Monday by the were her brother: A. A. Beau- lain are leaving this week fo and the girls are expected to conducted on Tuesdays and Clewiston Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page The ,
death of Mr. Peers' mother, champ of Tampa and D. J. Mq. spend the summer at their horde make their reports to these Thursdays and will be let up Thursday June 25. 1964 ,- I
Mrs Edna Davidson. Donald of Plant Qty Mr Beau- In Hendersonville. N.C. |. clubs later. Each of them was according to the number and
Mrs S. A Graves of Vero champ who has recently taking Sammy Ellington, of W Be.chflalted her daughter up flying, was making his solo Palm Beach who recentl/ one of the counties bathe state for this new program.All Presbyterians services through the summer.
Mrs Bob Bass, and Mr Bass flight that day with McDonald, moved to Clewiston and is employed of "Seminole". students who wish to register try The vote was overwhelmingly
this week. his instructor Tractor should report to Room 21 In favor of the early services,
Mrs C. A. Martinez Is spending Mrs. Etta Leiter is spending a spent the by weekend Kelly with hit on July 1st, and get your name early servicesMemoers so the schedule war adjusted ac-
this week with her son. C. few days in Fort Myers. (* enti. j No mail serviceon on the rolls. Again, as In years cordingly. y
A. Martinez, Jr. and family In Mrs. Edna Young has goivrto past, the art program is designed of \Uie congregationof i
Clearwater Hyannis Port,, Mass for a visit )sWlss Terryl Jane to be both educational andrecreetbnal the Community Presbyterian .
C. H. Miller and Mrs. Sunday for a week's trip t&MWorld's July FourthPatrons In nature.It Co.
" Mrs. with her daughter, Mrs. Mike Fair in New York acompsning Church voted In favor of early Glade Roofing I
Mrs A H. King left Robert Dickson have returned Scaldiru. and family. L. lit of the Clewlston Post services during the trio remainIng AU Types ef Boot and "1
her father, I la that this aurpmer
1 for Charlotte NC. tosit from a week'a trip to Lexington Mrs. Walker F Nail, Sr. Is ? Office are reminded that the months' of summer, announced Sheet Metal Werk ..
*for a week with their Mass., to visit Mr. and spending two weeks with her Nash, and his daughter Milt. Fourth of July falls on Saturdaythis program will be well acceptedby the minister, Rev. Hen- New Construction *r I
,I Mrs. Fred Huehel. Mrs. C. L. MUler and family, parents Mr and Mrs. A. J. Millicent Nash of S. Belle R Llghtsef" year, and will mean a full the.young folks In the com- if'H. Ford.Beginning. Repair Jobs ,k..i. ;i ray:,:
uJbter Mr and Mrs. mun1f.7.The "{
familY. and to the World's Fair In New Little In Pensacola. There will holiday at the post office. July 2nd services .. :
4 aDd Mrs. E. M. CcIr ette. York. be a reunion of the Little family of Okeechobee Mrs.spent Lay Sunday Doke. Mall will be dispatched and primary purpose of ,* will be held at g a.m. through Phone 2-7111 :fj #
yr with their sister,
returned from a tea GY Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox this weekend and Mr. Nail who placed in boxes a* usual, but newspaper Js to 'bring you the July and August. Church school Day er Krralan : 'I'
vt cation In Wa/nesvllle. N.C. drove to Lakeland Sunday; his and Mr and Mrs. W. F. NaB Miss Gloria Jean week Lightsey visiting her there will be no mail delivery news and enable you to keep will start at 10 a.m., as usual. r. O. Bo. 1Z4SCLEWISTON ., ,:
It. aDd Mrs. James E. ST. mother Mrs. L. F. Cox, Sr, accompanied Jr. and baby will attend. spent returned last home, with her either city or rural routes, and that news with you a* ]long'as The church elders made a FLA. tttJ', '
aDd family are leaving I to- them returning to llr. and Mrs Ted Reynoldsand none of the postal window services you wish. mall survey of the congregation
a reside In Naples. MrvLion her home after a week's stay family are spending a cou- parents' will be. available said A. w
is the new principal of ple of weeks visiting relatives W. A. Baker Is leaving for Miami W. Slas.
Junior High scbooI.1t here.Mr.. and Mrs.. Danny Arthur in Alabama where he will be associated) I
/ Naples lamily; will reside at 1273 'and baby son spent the week- Charles Forshee Sr. has returned with Kelly Tractor Co. In the big, beautiful, luxurious -ll
future. Mrs. BakeV and the children
Strada Lane Naples. end In Miami with his father from St. Mary's hospital Please Registeron
1 Cid- remain at their homein
Claud M. Melvin Arthur. will
and Mrs where he underwent major surgery
to their guests Mr. aDd Mr. and Mrs. W. Dean King and is recuperating: at his Clewlston for a few more Mercury hardtopsMontrf
. Idnag. Skinner and daugh.y.n.nneofWrHhts.- have returned from a visit of'a home In South Clewlston.Mr. weeks and will join him before July first I
I I few days in New Orleans. school starts in the fall.
Ca and Mr and Mrs. .. :Rev. and Mrs. Bruce Beards- and Mrs B. B. Wilson Mrs Margaret Bare arts and "
Je McCallum of Macon Ga, ley spent the weekend I In Clew- Mr. and Mrs R. J. Blount and crafts Instructor for the summer r I Ii' I

ant j last week at Fort Myers Iston with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddye Currie have returned program, announces that
rah VlsiUng! them on Faat Mrs. J, E. Beardsley, and his to Clewlston after a two the classes will start on July J .
Day were Mr and Mrs. brothers;! J. W. and Bob Beards- weeks camping trip In North first and end on August 12. Each
,best M. Giddens and children ley and their families. Their C.rollna.They were accom- class will be limited to IS students .::7L, '
Oewlston and Dr. and Mrs. three children, LUah Ruth, Rey panied on the trip by Mr. and and it Is necessary for
Bd Beatty of Fort Myers. and Nate, 'are remaining here Mrs. F. R. Warnlck of Haw- everyone genuinely Interested to
f. V. Parkinson has returned for a week's visit while their thorne. sign up for arts and crafts on
,a a vacation stay In Wa,. parents are assisting with a Mr. and Mrs. Jose Dominguez July first, which has been set
sviDe, N.C.Jennings Presbyterian Youth Camp In and children, Ricky and Mike i. up as registration day. The program
Ezelle left Thursday central Florida. of Sumter S.c. are spending a will be open to students
Orlando, where be has ac- Mr. and Mrs. Don Qalasslnl 15 day leave in Clewlston visiting I from the fourth grade level
pled employment with the and family left Sunday for'a their parents, Mr. and Mrs. through the 12th grade level.
musing firm of Potter and vacation trip through the West J. G. Dominguez, Sugarland The new achedule and program
.rer Accompanying him for ern states; they plan to visit Park and Mrs. J. L, McDan- differs In some degree
visit was his sister Mrs. Ned with relatives in New Mexico tel. Mr. Dominguez is on leave from past art programs ';
NtyUr while In that area. from the US Air Force. ((1)) All craft classes from the ,
and Mrs Martin H. Peers Guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Verne Harper fourth through sixth grade levels -
A daughter, Suzanne were Thomas B. Owens on Monday were recently guests of a famIly will meet only three time a M.nt.ny ,.,uw 7H.rdto,Wea pow.,ntnet./r. rw wndw .:
] reunion of her relatives heldin week, on Mondays Wednesday V
Fort Myers. Special occasionfor and Fridays.
Engagement announced the reunion was a visit of a ((2)) The art classes will start
brother Ralph H. Gordon and thirty minute earlier this year;
wife of Oklahoma City. Gordon R. n. CRAWFORD starting at 7.30: a.m. Parents
Hansen-Waters .
-- is a recent honor graduate of themselves requested this i "
the University of Oklahoma, Crawford honoredon change in order that the children ;- :
Jlr and Mrs Sherman Hana where he has degrees in electrical may attend art class plus ;i!i1:.."
, of LaBellc, announce the engineering, business management 25th anniversary other scheduled summer pro r
.pjement and approaching and law. grams. ,. ,, ,,.,, P
ding of their daughter. Cath- Carl Ferrara of Orlando visit R. H. "Dick" Crawford was ((3) This year a time has been '! :
.je Jeanette Hansen of Fort ed his son, Carl L, Ferrara honored Sunday by the Southern set aside for a new addition to l., "
to Ronald Paul Waters Life and Health Insurance Com 1 y" '
m and family last weekend.Mr. the summer art program Thiswill .waeal r
i of Mr and Mrs. Paul Wa- pany and employees! with a fish be fine class
and arts
Mrs. George H, Coleman a open
'i of Ortona Locks. lr'r left Saturday for a vaca- fry at the Wayside Park In to all young people, InterestedIn '". 't.,
The bride-elect, graduate of Clewiston. :
a tion trip to Marshall Texas and drawing and painting. This Yy" .
Belle High School, Class of to East Lansing, Michigan In The occasion was the 25th anniversary program will be similar to the, f
i0. Is employed at Peoples of Crawford' association
Michigan they will visit their adult art classes, conducted In "
nk, North Fort Myers. with the company and the Clewlston for the "i
daughter, Mrs. Duane Andersonand area put 'JI, ..:
Kr Water's a graduate of family he was presented with a pin by two ;
at Michigan State years.All .
ore Haven High School and University. D. C. Moon district managerof Fine, Arts classes will be $;
railed Florida Southern Cole ,. West Palm Beach. MmrmuJw mil/.m.u.. ttlua fnk cA.
Mr. and Mr Van Bush and Hmltof npi n pcr/onnwwo "
Lakeland. He is now em- children of Fort Lauderdale Other special guests at the r"

red by the U.S. Army Corps visited his 'sister Mrs. Mary picnic were fellow employees No other car maker gives you such a happy choice of roof styles to ,
Engineers as a member of with similar years with the I y: ;
noble survey party.le Etherton. and and Mrs.family Clay Sunday.Mr. Duckett company or "old timers" Jack choose from-and there's no time like the present to take your pick! ;: '

: wedding ceremony will bed and family haw returned froma Harder of FL Pierce. Ronnie Our .a/e. are rolling at champion's and dollar' 1
at the First Baptist Church, Cross and Albert Peterson of a pace paying off in
two weeks' vacation in Ten
Belle on August 22, at T.30: MISS JEANETTE HANSEN nessee and North Crollna.Mr. Ml.mfr John Hawkins of Ft stretching deals for )'Oul Now's the perfect time to get the extra 1 ,
a LaUderdale and 0, R. Demsgardof HARDcervical t:
and Mrs. Ray Chamber- Sarasota ;.luxury, the extra performance, the extra good looks of Mercury .

'So!:< '. wives Nearly and seventy guest employee enjoyed, their the, ,--at an extraordinary, low price.. We'll be glad to see you this week .', ..I l'" :l'Ii

noon fish fry with trimmings, IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FAST CREDIT EASY TERMS 4 : I : '

No need' following which the presentation ,,,' I
was made by Moon on behalfof "
tact me todayl! .'I!" .
.. ,,' his company

fora -,;: : 1. "Representatives"of Hendry County Motors, Inc. :

..' '; 1 Girls State Abner Vann H. Sugarland Highway Clewiston Fla.l .'
crystal ball" 'r. ,
: .:
:Misses Sally OUphant and Sarah ;:e.
i' returned Ph.
Jo Cate Thursdayfrom
: ; a week In Tallahassee, attending -
YU 2.5971
to findthe
: Girls State as representatives

School. Their from attendance Clewlston High was .. BAKE 3 Lb.
sponsored by the American Legion RITE
t best ,MdM. .btiM. krrra. depose, ..
Auxiliary and the Business ,Mss 11I'11I: 1IIIiII.tkrY ........!
,and Professional Womens Dubs

central 1 CORAL Quarts B08EDALE No. I 4 Cas .

YOU'RE1tOl.l.lfllflH11, Detergent __ 45 Peaches 2'' for S5 .
-- - _:: _
conditioning'or NT1 DIXIE LILY S lb., QUICK

,./ CHEAP WALL PA \.. Meal and Grits ,S3 Grits 5 Ibse 39
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' the small home r

brqant ii GAR 5"bs59cg


Ibe., 1lb... II ipso _

A Anew Charcoal Briquets ___ 35 6SJ'' $1.25
super compa t-unit designed and priced -- -- .

Nor tog Cn. JlmCK BONES .Or

specifically for the small home., Tomatoes -- -- -' 2 for 2ge Pig Tails __ __ 2 lbs. 25CBOICEI

It \ BELI.C1"! -

BUY THE BEST... s Chuck Roast -- lb. 4ge Beef Liver __ lb. 4geftESII

Cools/ Dehumidifies filters' BUY: WALLHIDE'with GHP *I ., OB01JNl FOLK + .

Hamburg {
sir ?*lts Greater Hiding. four, I II ; r..2Ibs.9ge Steaks ___ _ __ lb. 4ge'

for whole house comfort .on. hottest,, muggiest saves you Mire'e !!Z3 Tn th.'; f fT MROED: FIRST cur 'L"" I

T I long run ::save time, '

% a. work and m Yl'!:you "" I : 'Steak .'''.'.. 1 lb. 7ge Pork Chops _.. Ib 3ge ..i
s. Bryant is your r best buy. .: '- -- *:#i.* fJJI J 1 : I I

. l *}; t r- i Vloie'Wedneday Afternoons t- '
fli5f; : i TOWNPaint ,
w lei f usteMyou: all about ) : : '.

r3iAda' :3 >. .
& Hardware I "1 n F'A e AN''K'S' .I

HADES; GAS co., Sugarland Hwy Q lapljffe&e.YU.31141r Groc rv :

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\ remQ the (City1 Electrical Distribution (t) Work will be computed

'ae SIs TRJC CLEWISTON NEWS Clewston na. Standard prepared by C. B. Mo- within .Iatr t ('0) day after EKflytK
Thursday JUlIe 25. 1118t With our boys in the Armed Forces Cart,., *. Associates, Consult'nAMK.wm"terl.U ( ) H. startI .hall famish material */
shall b. fur. similar or equal to eatalo- crri7, } AI
nlsh.d by th. contractor and any cue numbers listed on theattached IiOLt PS DRAINAG A A YNIINCLUDiNOOUNTf
materials salvaged and not ii.ed material list
In this construction shall lie ((4) Bidder will carry Work < RUrRip
I Brazil Rotary 1HV1TATIOJI: TO BID come the property: of the cltv. man'. Compensation, Public OWNING : :' i I
reassures A preliminary list of materialsneeesury Liability and Property Pam- JOCT TO TAXArlcN! '::1'
will bo received by for this construction ace Iniuranoe, and will for AND ALL
qjq r '
OTr'iR5; :
Commission, of th. City attached hereto, arlvlnc description nigh proper Certificate of Lb:,
the City Florida, at tho catalogue numbers, and Insurance to the City In g \INTERF: STYi IDHT i
I Assurances in letter received of Clswliton;
that the dove sogiven a byi of connection therewith. TO ;
BH ,
1 ment of Brazil is not in i the Clewiston Rotary Club from CIt,rn/ )Standard Mall up Tim.to 1:10:, July .. 1964. siderediy a gsnmouide fortstandard (() Full the payment will b* made :rff; $>::f&
by City when tft
con.truelion AID tift
hands of a dictator, nor ol f t a Rotarian in Sao Paolo Bra- at .. ill bid construction. la completed DISTRICT' HI NI,9, ,.
I even will bt publicly opened and read A bid bond In the amount of and accepted TT Py I OF !'' t, ,
8 total bid must accompany for the City by the INAP'TER hoY[ 3
the military, although a general r1L aloud.' %" of MORE
City Manager the
and Conultlnr PARTIt
is the new president were i Walter Comrle presented the Bide shall Include furnishing, this proposal.Any Engineers.. nFJIICRIBFm OR '1'0 LAp.BTJCT .
all materials labor supervision bid received after time ED IN ANT
letter and commented brieflyon r oran will be CITY OF CLEWISTON WAr
t and construction equipment and date specified not TIlER&.
I its contents at Monda,.'. alternate bid Including tho conild.redl and no bidder maywlthdr.w FLORIDAC.. F. BlairCN You and each of
fur Kolnir less mat.rlalo for the his bid for a periodof lath to JOon are...
luncheon meeting at which <, ft1 con.lruotlon ef approximately fourteen. ((14) days after th. -41June It, July I. Ute day :: July, 1101.h:: n9 a
Campbell E. Nail presided In r 11,000' of 4 KV electrical dli- date net for bid opening Bidders : oNn: hefore Iu CI11N
I OOIJ@ \ I IFVT. It "" //t;.. trlbutlnn line of tho City of qualifications must b* satisfactory (
the absence of President Horns- d.. Count .
., Cl.wl.ton. All construction ihallb. to the City of Clewls- it run ciRcrir COURT Oil'THill .t the Chambnre "5
.' by. The letter stated that in ;\ ..... according to the plani and.permeations ton Each bidder by submitting a TWFI.FTH .l1' I'UL CIFU orable Archie Odom ot Ike ...
prepared by C. B. bid hall ruarant that ,raw.da4 Court Houae In t rat
December 1961 several Rotaryleaders Con- the contract he will, *, Id.' and show eM'h PI.;;
t natnw'na.7'ct. IV ADD FOR HRKDRTCOUNTS' "
pap in Brazil became disturbed ;' I O.. Box within ten (10) calendar' days II CI1ANCKHV1TO. pr.,. of tho
r [lJ about the efforts of 1050, St. Petersburg, Florida. after notice be liven of inch. MM .Sourt bf SM<<,.b
Bide shall be for construction award enter Into a written contract ORDER TO SHOW CADSD .. IM
I Communists to infiltrate South of 15.000' of 795 all aluminumand with th. City of Cl.wls- POLLEN' DRAINAGE 1DISTRICT said proceeding' the "
I American countries, particularly with on. (1)I No. 4 copper ton Tfmdry County Florida, In a drainage i the menta against| real pro 'M"i
neutral wire and hall Include acpordanc with the accepted district of the State of ) ..
their own, and they met to transfer removal and Installation "''d. Florida validated jSSga-S
FRANK TOKIEDA. HONOR; GRADUATE of all transformers, ..ocon4ria. Bids shall be addressed to Mr. Petitioner bonds ..
take to combat it best
steps as ., sorvlceo, strert llKhto, secondary C. F. Blair City Hall Cl.wla- In 1100.000.00 & %
they could. Forming commit- FORT JACKSON. S.C., June orders and the general administrative control and removal of "ton, Florida, plainly markedPropoeal THE STATE or FLOR. ; "
;; ON A NEW tees at the district and local 3-Private old II n.. Details of construction for Electrical Distribution IDA and the PropertyOwners rats vaKajafi- !
Frank K. Tokleda, and .
Line Construction" the
t, personnel procedures ir. shown on Dw* No. 44- 5' on Taxpay.r lad '
level, the Rotarians took the 21. ion of Mrs Anna H. Tokleda used by the U.S. Army. Copies' of these drawings ere outsld of the envelope The City Cltlsen of Bolles gust details the; years 196to 117the ,
tvallnbl. at the office of Mr. CP. of Clewiston reserves the right of which
; LAWHBOYMOWER lead in blocking every possible of Rt 1, Clewiston. Fla. and Private Tokleda Is a graduateof Blair In Clewiston. Sets of to waive Informalities In any County Drainage of District Hendry Including In Resolution No 11-4.ro of lOt' :
move of the Communists, and bo oeoured from bid and to reject any and all Dratnage District
the late Mr. Albert Y. Tokleda. Clewiston High School, class these print can ; non-r.ild.nt : ty for I Hendq, eo"".;
JFINGERTIP whenever a Communist moan.aged Mr. Blair or from the Consult- bide.The owning property therein AND
baa been named "Honor Grad of 1960.
Ins Engineer. bidder, In submitting hi. ORDER
and subject to taxatlon .. !?!:! JMhr.
j to get into a poaltlon of uate" of the Basle Army Administration Construction shall be standard bid shall acre to the following 11th Lee County PI' IEt \
authority, the pressure was put of r-0" arms '0" steel bow braces, (1)) H. shall start construction Peipondents.TO day of June, 1914. W.
Course one seven and II KV Insulators, with IIn.luud" within thirty day after THE STATE OF FLORIDA /1/ Lynn Gerald
ij 1 on the military to force the advanced specialist training on 784 all aluminum only, written contract Is execute THROUGH THE STATE AT. CNCircuit Juan
Communist out of office. In and shall be done according to ed. TORNET FOR THE TWELFTH
... school conducted at the U.S. Junt it, 16. July] t m
each instance, this restored or Army Infantry Training Center, >

', der, the Brazilian wrote. Fort Jackson, S.C.
1 \0.. What has happened in Brazil
., Private Tokleda was presented
'f?'I' Is an authentic, revolution he a certificate which designated '
laid; he assured fellow Rota HOT
:, him the "Honor Graduate" HOT
rlans in America that the new s
of his class. He was selected y
I ij Brazilian government, II| R good, for thjs honor Iq recognition of :
e Y democratic i07rBme\ '' \t, despite
tii ) t.. c Us academld excellence while d Qya -
the fact that the president is a
assigned to Company B, 16th CAR
military man. "The general Is Battalion 4th Training Brigade, SALES DEALS
SURTIN6 a noble man who defends the
4 as a student in the Basle Army
Instant,'eforhesU wfh"a principles of liberty and demo- Colonel
quick Edwin Gravel Commanding
FINGERTIP HANDLING", to know that democracyis
2 ; ficer Second Training Brigade
now firmly entrenched in
Lightest weight-easiest to made the presentation.
ndle. HI-Lo handle: Brazil and the leaders of our

government are worthy men"ehe During the eight week oourae,

3FINSER-TIP1X6 concluded.A he received superior scores in IeIYy ? / +..nrMW.a,

| ., Snaps on and off-no tooliWM :/ guest at the meeting was subjects such as typing, filing, nr Irpw.r w gi1 MMAmMA! i i r '.;t, A, '
Empties from back openin Rev. Robert Christy, new pastor preparation of military correspondence v ?
C p*& of the First Baptist Church. Army reports, and -.Marlne Private First Class
4 FINGERTIP HEIGHT t Don Osceola son of Mr. and

ADJUSTMENT Mrs. Henry Osceola of Big Cypress

1 1'f' Adjusts for*cutting'grist' at Indian Reservation, dewiiton -
t td 6 levels-1 to r. frJModl
Fla., is a member of Marine -
Battalion Landing Team

Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK 2/8 Camp which Lejeune recently N.C. aboard departed the

Navy attack transport ship USS
TO THE FUTURE AND Rockbrldge for a tour of duty

WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING with the Sixth FleeUn the Med
While in the Mediterranean } e ASt
4 Raw Coat Farm Mortgage the team will be the sea assault a! ; c F

FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN force of the Sixth Fleet

WW Furnish Cash TeRefinance He will also haVe an opportunity

e debt to make good will visitsIn

e Finance farm improvements, new buildings, P v-' France, Italy and Greece.
e. chase wind machines and ln.un Irrigation. .

erore e Assist In purchase ea farm grove or reach.e .
[ FALLON, Nev. (FHTNC) _
Purchase more land.
aw..v Wade H. Spurlln aviation' lire
S Provide capital fond for the farm enterprise.
72SJ Zl'cut. control technician airman, USN
> son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Spur. h alD
lln of 208 South San Francisco yF. e
Com In-0et our offer for 1. Lower payments.
j Old tired-out lawn mower towards S. Longer terms (ap 10'I. years). Clewiston Fla. recently reported

new LAWN-BOY-and take It I. Dependable service (serving agriculture exclusively. for. duty at the Naval Auxlr

: 'easy when you mow the lawn.1' since 1917)). liar, Air Station Fallon, Nev.He .

I Flng.r.TIp Ease makes LAWN. 4. Foil prepayment privileges without penalty.I. Is assigned duty in the Operations .

BOY easiest' to start, push,1] Lean service by local people familiar with local agri Department Maintenance

.handle, adjust See It today I II culture.If Division Avionics Shop

ONLY we can be ., service te yea please write er pane. where he maintains aviation fire

I, Essy $109.95 W. B.MAY Mgr. er DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Ant Mgr. control equipment on the station

aircraft.A .

TermsCORBIN'S Federal Land Bank Associationof graduate of Clewiston High

School Spurlln entered the service

Bradenton in September 1962.
;/ Farm & Ranch


-Army ROTC Cadet Billy L.

Cypress.'son of Mrs. Ruby Billle :

/ 6341 N.W. 17th. SL, West

,. Hollywood, Fla., began six
I weeks of Intensive military

tl training at Fort. Bragg N.C., short time ago Plymouth' beat Ford and
: STEAK June 13.During"the. Right now your Plymouth Dealer Is making.
Chevrolet In 9 out of 10 teats'at Raceway Park In
r training"Reserve red-hot deals on the ,same red-hot car...,
I :;; Officer Training Corps cadets lndlanapolls., These tests covered performance Plymouth I If ndW

are called upon to prove their brakIng and gas economy. ,In other words,'thIngs carandgetaterrificdealatthetametlrnjhealfor

leadership ability and demonstrate you buy I car 10.1!
6 HUNGRYt your Plymouth Deal '
'. knowledge of mDiuryaubjecu'
: e d4 All'Iymouth'. 1lCluest. Ns6anwlds Consumer Toding Initluts
on this testing ground drivers, supplflHlIIe! dfidats, made lilt rulll and ptrviltd bought the comparably equipped V-Is drecay from dealer IhowmomI, Nod"' lilt.t
for future U.S. Army officers lilt InIlI1 tanpebaoa See yew Plymouth Dealer for .1111.01 "Tnt Tradr..s.A.

t fr Cadet Cypress is participating TEST

"' in the ROTC program at DRIVE THE TEST TRACK CHAMP AT:
tfh ; Chef Ernest
: t h : McCray Stetson University in DeLand.

I i V The 21-year-old cadet: son of
j Beck Sts.
Junior LaBeHe
Cypress la
a Motors HighwaySanBenito
jJ' ; is ready to broil for YOU 1961 graduate of McArthur High

School in West Hollywood.
l' \ Clewiston, !la.

!r'I ;4 : .. : A Selected, Top, Grade, U.S. Choice Flag'hole district ::::


f L1 l ( :, : New York Cut Flagpole A special Drainage. meeting District of will the Complete Line Of

be held Friday, June 26 at the

:1 ;: SIRLOIN STEAK office of County Agent Ted Gallo Material

: in the County Sub-offices in Building

Clewiston, according to Joe M.

i': t !" ,:(Available from Noon for 'those who cant wait until 6 PJ/)>, Hendry, secretary I ass ;,.

The meeting has been rescheduled A r s
r: from a previous date a >u

I : and will start at 2 I
j Served in dining room p.m.
I : our ,; For Large or Small


I ,: :I '_ every day Sugarland Pharmacy '' r Concrete Jobs, Our Radio

', t t' -* PIZZAYU Controlled Trucks Will 1

i r.. I PLAN NOW Enjoy Dining Out 2.3311 Deliver Your Needs Quickly ,

H ','f

r ,alt i i f fIING


,,1 t .
Boot* Guides Gas Ice

.i I Fishing Tackle Supplier "" l

; Florida Telephone YU 2-3501 Johnaon'aFishing CampCUwWtoo.no. Call sac.

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HELP WANTED, Male or f.. Broadcasting Company, the tours Jeanette Keaton 3.1

male. Full time permanent FSU Circus beaded by Dean of Students Vonnle I* Scott 3.0

Job at clerk-reporter: at Clew R. R. Oglesby and Circus Director ; Ann L Tarver ..... 3.0

LASSiF.IED laton Newt office. Must use plays Ai Gilbert Performances Cynthia Lee .. .... ...... 3.0

ADS good English, spell well and in Europe on the three-week tour were Judith Gail Hilton ..... .... ..uu 3.0

type well. No part time or summer Twenty-eight student member scheduled in Barcelona, Spain; FOURTH GRADE Mn. W,'

: help considered. Apply by of Florida State Univer Nice. Frances; Florida, Italy' L. Dark and Mn. B. S. Bobe,', a '

letter only Dewlstcn News, sity's famous "Flying High Circus and Athens Greece. Instructor ,,

RATES: Four REAL ESTATE P. O. Box 1236 dewliton, Fla.S344C. currently are wowing European CBS-TV 1 II filming the troupe' Celestine A. Black: ..,........_.. 3.3 "-

word per lD.ertOa.! 70 NORTHSIDE bedroom frame. ) iE.S ATEtD.I ., 'aENt; : FOR SALE Two end table. audiences on the first adventures and receptions Brenda D. Dixon ...........?_ 3.3

II per charge: four iD- Furnished. Immaculate. Call YU 2-6813 tic foreign trip for the circus. abroad for a national telecastin Gwendolyn F. Johnson .._ 3.3

II minimum the price of tbre. NORTHSIDE-2 bedroom frame FOR RENT House Trailer on Gas stove and electric refrigerator WANTED dependable man to Sponsored by the Columbia America later this year. Glenda O. Robinson ........- 3.1

for 19000. private lot Phone YU 2-6881. for sale. 512 South Atlantic succeed me ai Rawletgh Dealer Bettye A. Washington 3.1

nONE YUkon 3lMlta ACREAGE a* available. Uc tfo In Glades County: Trade wen Clewlston, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page) 7Thur.day. Audrey Williams ..__ 3.7 '

lPOelr 8 ACRES, NEW Z-BEDROOM 2 established. Hendry County June 33 1964 James Heart ._......._.-. 3.3 ?
rerte wboH DAm I. bath frame home. Hardwood FOR RENT-Furnished small 2 FOR SALE Two Chihuahua might also be selected. I'm too Lester D. McMillan 3.3
elaalf\ed\ --------- ----- --
$III tile M floors. bedroom house. Phone YU I- puppies, 9 weeks 'ci. $25. busy supplying? my Customersin Rosa Mae Crichlow 3.3 '

sal pick UP Me area..... 325:: FHA HOMES in Broward. 2403 or 812 Avenlda del Rio. each Boat and motor $*.. YU M a r tin and Okeechobee Mary Jean Horace .--. 3.2 ,;

p0U) of the ewe Palm Beach and Dad counties tie 2-<<1<<. 'fo Counties. Write Noah V. Cannon Julius Franklin _.._ 3.2 '",',

a mUlt be various sizes and prices.Small FOR RENT Two bedroom : Sr. Rt. 4, Box 178, Fort Patricia dark .. ., 3.2 rJ
Harlem News
Pare' sale. .
Caloric Gas stove for Spinet
Theatre Pierce or Rawlelgh FAF 63* .
jad cash Freddie Scott 3.1
payment Trailer. 'Ij'ffi.
Wedme'- Reasonable. Call YU 1
before piano, buffet, china closet. I
'for 083, Memphis Term. 4
aaDt4 FOR RENT Efficiencies and 2-7601. Kel'jr's' Market, South FIFTH GRADE Mr. W. J. W
Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. YU'1991.
\ houses a* available. Clewlston. July9p June2So Scott! and Mr. H. L. McKlre

Over 1,000 vacant lots to select Ito News of Our Colored CommunityMRS. Instructors .

from for all purpose Various FOR RENT-Furnished cabins FOR SALE-1962 Ford pick-up JANIE S. QAJADHA Colored Newt Editor Bradey Hart Jr. 3.9

prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. and trailers. Johnson Fishing truck. See at Francisco Apart- DisplayClassifieds Phone YU 2-7831 Wilma F. Oliver 3.0 .t i

AND INCOME: Camp. YU 2-1181. Uc ments. July2p Gloria M. Moor 3.3
PROPERTY. Appeal of The American :Mr.: and Mrs. Willie McCoy Lovvorn N. Dixon 3.4
sALEORRENT-Newdu. FOR RF -Tr.ner. and Trailer FOR SALE-One 14 ft. Thompson Cancer Society and children are spending their /
a S360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent Patricia A. McCoy 3.0 1:1:
9 Ttt :st.c:- CBS construction $25,000. Park.spaces. Royal Palm Trailer boat and trailer. 1963 The American Cancer Society vacation in Alabama with relatives Helen A. Lewis _.. ... .. 3.2 ;ii
Phone YU 22603. tIc
1Cr and PMffte St. LONG TERM low interest. 18 hp Johnson motor. Lonnle Is asking :your help In the fightgainst and friend Randolph Mitchell 3.0 '

Lee. Wttw.! SU- farm cane grove and ranch FOR RENT-one bedroom trail- Ford. tic cancer it needs more Vernlta Klngcade 3.' ,I

erect Park, Fla. Ito mortgage, minimum $50,000. er. dean, quiet. Phone YU FOR SALE-Boat all alumium money to support promising The :Melon family has returned Edwin M. Mack 3.. r.'I

0q 1.fake LISTINGS NEEDED 2-1238. tic Cadillac 18 feet Wide 8' scientific leads and to developnew from their vacation. They Pauline Harris 3.7 )

William! Buslck beam. Gator trailer and 58 20 acre home areas of investigation.Your were the guest of relative and SIXTH GRADE Mr. W. L. d
1. LANKFORD FOR RENT: one and two continued contribution will friends in Georgians, Ala. Falrler and Mr. L. T. Hendenon. "
Evinrude V-4 Electric motor. alt* near Moore Haven on
C4AND GREATER THAN Eeg. Seal Estate Broker bedroom trailers, also shad Phone 2-6001. First Bank ofae..latoD sa 78 bring the conquest of leukemiaand Inttnctor I

EVER for houses, acreage' 530 East Sugarland Highway paces. dewlston Trailer Park for details. Frank Denmead. Realtor all other forms of cancer SUMMER PROGRAM Leola Hart ......... ....... U. '
sses. W* havelam. customers Fire Auto and General YU 2461. tie. June25e YU 23411Northaide closer. All citizens of Harlem Schedule of activities for the Bartley Gray 1.5 :',::1

with Insurance make the summer program at James Mason _ _
waltIDI. LIst JOur properly FURNISHED APARTMENT 4 are asked to help Michael :Kerr I.e
Ph. YU Clewlston Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 Double rollaway bed $25. *4 contact swimming pool. I
ul 1. E. Be.rdaler. rooms and bath available drive a success Please Henry Lewis -.--.- .--, U'ji'
HClaOME July first 318 North Francisco.Ito. rollaway bed $15. Rugs $1.00 Mrs J. S. Gajadha for information MONDAY CLOSED Eddie Pope ..........., 3.5 4 I
W. H. Christian each. Presto 4 qt. deep fat fryer call YUkon 2-7651.. Mr Or- PRESCHOOL CLASSES Evelyn Baldwin I.a .
droom uillti$room $9.95. 3 HP weedkss Evin ville Lewis YUkon 24634 and (*-* Yean el age) Isaiah WU J... ...... U; '

1 FOR SALE New 3 bedroom, 2 John D. Clark rude motor $90. Twin reversible THREE I bedroom frame! Mr. Dennis Reddlck, YUkon 2- 9.00: A.M.-10:00: A.M. Dwight Jackson: 3.0 '

Ijanrafc Uvlng and dining room. bath cement block stucco G. E. fan with thermotatf Large rooms. Excellent con 3235. xIf (Tuesday Wednesday Thurs Sandra Kay Newton 3.1

washer and dryer furnished home. Northslde of US. 27. FOR RENT-Wew 10'x50' house $25. 39 inch Innerspring mattress dition. Good neighborhood.' :you possibly can pleasemake day Friday) Jonas Austin ________--' 1.2 .

kitchell, newly painted and air $14.900. 10% down bank fi- trailer with two bedrooms. new condition $...85 I1I.5M. your contribution to one BEGINNER CLASSES! Anthony R. Mack U '
CIIIIIIltioned. Sodded Iswn. Con- By week: or month. YU LaByers Motel. 2-2891 ((7-1 Yean of ) .
nancing. Frank Denmead Realtor 23421tfo of these workers. age Emanuel JonesSEVENTH 1.1:
Hurt: YU Z-57*! after 5 p.rn.tin YU 24421 tie tfo J. M. Lankford 10:00: A.1L-nm: AM. GRADE Mr. F. _

FOR SALE-2 bedroom CBS FOR RENT: -3 and 3 room furnished Milton E. Grot ae,. Real Estate Broker Church New (Monday) Wednesday Fri Jones and Mrs. N. M. Lee:: ".1.

fob SALE Two bedroom apartment Phone 2- New Bethel A.M.E.: Rev L. day. Inatraeton

,nis unfurnished on Haiti home in good condition at lot 1271. tic FOR SALE Parakeet, $3.00 Holmes, pastor BEGINNER CLASSES Ralph B. Hill U I
avat bl*. < block 427, Haiti street, can African lovebirds 8.30 (11-14 jean ef age) .
gent Financing\ up Mynah buds Sunday School _,, : Rogers MeCray 3.0
JulyWcClyde be financed. Contact Mrs. Beryl ROOMS FOR RENT- Can YU monkeys supplies.Pet 540 Acres 10:55 10:00: A.M.-11:00: AM. 3.e '
lanYUJ-1322. cages, Morning Worship : Connie Johnson _
Bowden YU 2-5471 evenings. 26881. tfc boarding. Thompson Wild Adjacent to Clewlston.Geared. Evening Worship 7 P.M. (Tuesday, Thursday.) Gloria Johnson, .... ....... 3.e

Guthrie July2c FOR RENT Small house. Fur Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 3- Suitable for Bible Reading Tuesday evening ADVANCED BEGINNER AND Mavis..LockettMelvln .. 1.2 ;;'

I SALE BY OWNER Three nished or unfurnished, 135 1236. tic cub-dividing at the church INTERMEDIATE CLASSES Jones ., ... .. .. 1.1' j

1 TOR bedroom CBS. 338 W. Haiti per month. See :Mrs. Sloan. 433 will consider Smaller Tract Choir Rehearsal Wednesdayand 11:00: AJkl.-U:55: A.M. Bertha Sasser ....... .. 1.0

JulyUpI Wanted E.: Trinidad or call H. P. John.ton. FOR SALE or TRADE Houseboat Fronting US. J7 Thursday evenings (Dally) Cynthia Kitchen 3.2
tt13495. rnisc naneou Frank Denmead Realtor
$ (Surfslde six Adventurer) RECREATIONAL SWIMMING
tfo( YU 3-3421 Visitors are always welcome to EIGHTH GRADE Mr. 8.Humphrey. ,r
I SALE Large Family 38', for property. Give or take worship with us. 1:00: P.M.-3:30: P.M. Jr. and Mr. Johnay -
I Borne Four bedroom, 2I difference $6400. See Low*'* (Daily)

baths Built In oven and range. WANTED TO BUY-Light boat ANNOUNCEMENTS t MISC. Marina, Clewlston. 1:00: P.M.-5.00: P.M. L. Morgan Instructors t.O
Teel ... ..
I.. Carolyn -
I oaks. trailer. P. O. Box June25o Mt. Calvary Baptist Rev. (Sunday)
family room. Big yard, 717, Clew 215 Acres Cleared Julius Scott __ 3.1
GLADES M. Kitchens, pastor
IMS. Atlantic Itp authorized Singer SewIng REGISTERED' CITRUS TREES: Adjoining City Regular church services a* previously (Syneronbed swimming Jk water Patricia Canty: ........ 3.S 4
4. FOR to J. Thelma Mitchell S.5
Machine dealer' agent will SALE-Ready go scheduled.No pageant)
M. Tomliiuon, floe Fla. Phone For sub-dividing. Barbara Wilson 1.5
service sewing machines in change in time and place 3:30: P.M.-S:00: P.M.
HE S-Z'l88. tad Frisk Denmead Realtor Clara J. Moore 3.S
Clewlston are Saturday. for weekly activities. '
(Dally) .i-\\
|IBusiness Directory Phone WY 6-5639.: Belle Glade. FOR SALE-1957 Chevrolet 8 YU 1-3431 Mr. Emma Dixon ADULT CLASSES Oreetlne Fair -.---.- u.'il\+
Joyce A. Jones 1.1
tin reporter $
cylinder IVi ton truck. Excellent 5:00,: P.M.:30: P.M. Hnora Syplic U
-- -- -
condition. YU 2-3221. (Dally)
SLIP COVERS and drape Custom Personal Mention Michael Qulntyne ... ....... 3.0 \:
I doesnt cot made. Complete line of July2o\ 425 Acres of Highly improved ADULT RECREATIONAL Samuel Simmons 1.0 "
Good book-keeping ; JOHNSON CARSState Mr. and Mrs Grady Moody ------ .
Over mile SWIMMING
drapery and slip cover fabric.. lavatories pasture. H NINTH GRADE Mn. Gwen ;t:
FOR SALE-2 toilet, 2 returned from their vacation. I
It Pay. Can Read 832, Sooth Free estimates. CaU YU 2-M3L fronting on U.S. S7. Five 7:00: P.M.-9.00: P.M. .
double used dolrB C. narric Bawls. Ice '.
sink tub.
mile from Clewlston. Visited friends in interesting
Most transportation for (Wednesday) ,
McDonald Book 7OUI'moiler Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand lumber. Robert Overholt, Jr.. Frank Denmead Realtor points of Florida and motored PRE-TEEN oil TEENAGE tractor I ..,;

,this side of MiamiHATHCOCK'S. Upholstery. tic Phone,.YU 2-5641. Julyl6c YU 23411Northaide to New York City and witnessed SPLASH PARTIES Willed Brewster 3.9 .
BLUM .ASi'ERJNO. the Worlds' Fair. They report Charlie Hill : --- 1.0'
keeping & Tax & SONS FOR SALE-Motorcycle: Dueatl 1:00: P.M.-10:00: P.M. _
a wonderful trip. .
Very Best Work- (I'rlda7)W. ) ,i
125 Only 4,000 mile, very Black; Instructor t tFrancena \
Service w. Save You :Money Invite you to register .,
good condition $150. L. D. Yoder Mrs Joseph now Hill U
AUTO SALES oil SERVICE Plastering, Simulated Stone Mr. and Mitchelland Apply at the ticket office of the
YU 2-5271 July2o
r. 0 Bex 112 OL 4-367 RESTAURANT oil 8EKVICB Stucco-Free Estimate children left the city; Saturday pool weekdays from 9:00 A.M.- Garfield Wflllams U ,t' .

STATION Licensed and Insured SAUS-Uted House Trailer morning, to spend their Joyce A. Scott 3.3
Immokalee Fla. OPEN NEW three bedroom two 11:30: A.M. and 1:30: P.M.-5.00:
ALL NIGHTWe 4.0 w'
never Caw 25 Years In Business 1963: 10'iST. $350. cash bath CB home. with Mica vacation with relatives and P.M. Please. Evelyn Johnson "'

3830 Lora Street and take up payment YU 2- Btneco. Terrano floors withablneU friends in Greenville, Ala. NOTE that a parent or adult Clyde Blackmon __ 3.S 3.8
O. Jackson _
Tour rifles De.lerCARITHERS GOULD BROS. Fort Myers, Fla. tfo 3421. tic and mill work bet must register children in the Evelyn Francene Klngcad 3.' "
ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874
pre-school classes The above
construction. On City sewer. U .
ALL MAKES 21" USED TV Carolyn O. Pope ,
PAINT STORE IF ITS UNIFORMS see ui first SET L Guaranteed. $19.95 Concrete driveway Boded program win become effectivea Vernita Ward 4.0 "
of 1st and
Nurses, Beauticians Waitress, down $14.04 per month. LAKE yard. By appointment only. July Continue fora ELEVENTH GRADE Mr. C. jJ

IADIO and TV Licensed Ceotract r* Insured Maid; Doctor's and Barber's APPLIANCE CO YU 2-715L tic period of six week., A. Burrows. Instructor r

1ALES WITH SERVICE ESTIMATES' 'Jackets. The only uniform shop J. M. Lankford i" Tnll CIRCUIT HICKORY COCHT COUNTY.ri.oniDA rAND Bernice Pope S.S.'
for miles around. LINNIE'S FOR SAL&-Fyr: envelope] Reg. Real Estate Broker HONOR ROLL TWELFTH GRADE Mr. S.Uumphrer .i
Nickel Bldf. 108 Bond St. 311M E. Sngarland Hwy. UNIFORM SHOP 183J Hendry printed with form for social CHANCERY: NO. DIVORCE FOR 'THE BOTH MX WEEKS Jr. Instructor

Phone YU 2-6441 3-3111 Street Fort Mjrers. JanlUfl security: withholding and other RUBELL HOWARD. PlalntlttRCEBEN FIRST GRADE Mr*. Era E. Gwendolyn A. Patrick >__. 3.2 ''t.

e Pheae YU J deductions.Box of WO. Clewlston 1 ....: HENRY: HOWARD.- TUdale and Mrs. L. E. Wetter Ernestine! Mitchell _.._ 3.1 i I,

CLEWISTONTRAILER News offlcv. tf 140 Defendant *, Instmoton Katie Mltchen ...- ....- 3.0 f I
miscellaneous) for I Sale t NOTICE TO DEFEND Nathaniel Cole -?- __ l.S Alzora William -- 3.0 '"
TOt Rnebea Henry :
HELF WANTED, WOMENCAR Adjoining City of Okeechowe. Acdrrat Unknown Vernon H. Kelly ,.- ,?.?._ 1.5 .

SALES GAS DACHSHOUND puppies for sale. a I You are hereby notified that a daudette Dixon --?-...,,,, 3.5 ..
New & Used AppliancesSalesService AKA Registered. Jack 1. HOP WANTED-Apply m fnceei: n feU. suit aeralnet for you divorce by Rubrll hat Howard bun lath Letha D. Weekley ,-,,.?..,.,.. 3.3 Johnson Cars
Frank Denmead Realtor above court. You are re- Eleanor Hill .,...,,,_, 3.3
Arcade. -
Scott. 220 E. at A&W Drive-In or ? State Real 831, South
US 27 E. person YD J 3S421EXCLUSIVE r 111* answer with
YU 2-2661 tic Clem rr and to John H. Summer .,.. 3.0
call YU 24241 July9c the of ?????? Most transportation for :your'
.arv* a copy tharaof upon H. P. Catherine Ford _, 3.0 1
POWER GASCORPORATION FOR SALE-1963 Mobile Home. J O h n e o n, Clawlaton, Florida, Melbla GanJous money <
before 3.3
WALDRON'SIilEATSANDGROCERIES Flalnttffe attorney on or
50x10. Two bedroom. S3500. 1114 otherwise, tale this tide of Miami
ST. action
July Deborah Weekley ... 3.2
will proceed axparta.Wltneee
Pacific Trailer Park. Can YU !
{ South Bar-B-Q Ranch. Must my hand and eeal ef Margaret dark ----. 3.2 \
3-2021 after ( p.m. and 45 of aid Court In LaBolla. Florida, Annette Wright -.,. ._., 3.2
be between 21
Open year JS.OO Acre Chic 11th day of June, 1114.
> 7 '.m. to III.JD. CALL COLLECTSouth July2p good pastureland Vectors Littles :'
age. Contact Carroll Benaon.: tfc Dorothy M. Clark -.t_ 3.1 Julia'sBeauty
Bay WY 8M21HENDRY half nibble for ettrns.
Clerk Circuit Court Calvin "
18 to Castleberry ._ 3.2
S p.m. :MUST SELL NEW MARLETTEthree ?????
Nine mile frontage State Sill Judy Lone Nook
deputy clerkCANlei Melvin Robinson 3.1 -:
house ,
Sli bedroom
Day a Week COUNTYTitle Waitress WantedApply Highway 70 In DeSoto coun Baal) Walter Johnson 3.0 FOR THAT NEW LOOK
of illness. Small down I
I lam\ > EVERY TUESDAY) & Abstract Co. because payment and take over our pay: to Tony Glade Restaurant ty.; This' was formerly the June M, July I, I, II, 1M4I1TITATIO Edgar Kerr .--,.---?-. 3J) Tinting Styling, Cutting. No
Far Your Spur of Moment Title! Abetraeto-Title ... ments. Some extra. Can YU tic Parker Bra Ranch. SECOND GRADE_Mn.D. W. Appointment. Friday and .
Pabll SteneirapherPlttecepTtag $111 per acre 11% down TO BIDDr.RIClr Bill iMtraetor
Picnics 2tp Saturday
i 31801.
Doplleattag City Commlaalon ef the _
P MM East of OewUrton Bridge Bt and Park AT. Frank Denmead : ef Clewleton will receive Karen Sander 3.5 For InfenBaUoe. Can M(13Mn.
FOR SALE-New Tent. 12x12. HELP bide up to ':II PM. B8T. July Deleth A. Rhode
Bar Beach laBeUe. Fla. F. 0. lies MlOKanre WANTED i, MEN --3,3 Jolla Sale, Proprietor
*. 1114 the following equipment
YU 2- oil
Mill Welt'ventilated. REALTOR Y0 2-3421 i Ablon Anderson I.S

Attention 6991. Itp One (t) ltd gallon par hour Sylvia Hill -,.---.-?-?-, U
Cattlemen HELP WANTED-ExperieDced output or equivalent togging James S. Western
FOR SALE-GOAT CHEESE service station attendant want machine for Mosquito Con S.T Harlem Club
At be te esa'ddate from natural goat milk. s-ox. ed. Fun! time. Apply] Atlantic Thla machine to be completewith
Paw Emmett Favorite Fried
*' JonesLeanora ...., S.4 Mixed Drink, I
11 The Marguerite raeollne power, caucei --- -
,4 bug lena brick $1.2 postpaid. Service Station, 641 E. Sugar- House bedrooms
rr ..... w control velvee, hoaea, and Weekley S.4 Chicken Fish. Hamburger i
$ nta and ServiceNew Ranch. Highway 720 land Highway. 4to plpea with eonneotlona nece.acry James Brook and other Sandwich
WIlla ,.
LaBelle, Fla. JulyWc 1 bath Large Let to operate properly. ------ S.I Recorded
Thla machine to be completefor Cary Jones ,. S.. Blinds
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Land Banklee and Used Meter .. ".001 Tern one (1) man operation, THIRD GRADE Popular
A and delivered' F.O.B. Clew- Mr*. M. R. Mr. and Mrs Win Wallace I
Marine Hardware w&I' bite,. Florida. MeCray and Mb V. Randolph Proprietor
*r Write Fart aid Aeetiierle 3 Business Lots The Commlaelon r..."...: the InatraetonTbodora
right to accept the lowest or
W. *MAY' Mastic Safety Eqnhrmeat: Aero beat bid, and tell reject any or OUviette Mack 31
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all bide
... lit A. 4s.&F1bRy.MIIGWwff Marilyn Jo Scott ...
Wlleald Fheoe Tykes Mill "tTT OF CUBWISTONByi .._?, 3.1
"deatea. aaDdl.g C. F. BlairC. Evelyn dark -____, :3.3 Hilton's Grocery
2% Acres-5 Acres F. Blair
R. E. WALDRONFor City Manager Is* Bella Tarver -_ s.0 Groceriee. Freeh Meat,

Pared Read Eleetrte CK-4I Charles Burrow, Jr. ,,-,..mj 3.3 Vegetable, Cold Drink: Essential
June U, lull *, 11(4iw
Williams Electric Marsha Sasser --.,, ,?.._ 3.0 We Item
prompt Efficient!: Patrick Coleman 4.0 appreciate your patron-
THIS cmcvrr COURT: if
..., All APDI1aaeeI.eal Home delivery t FREEAT DadeMonroeRealty AND FOR Hnnnmr' COUNTY; Barbara Syke --, -, -?- 4.0 Hr.ag4MnThontiProprietor 1IDtea! i
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SOt W. BngartaaJ Highway BnnXIFfl Defendant.NOTicm
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Phono YU 38941EXCLUSIVE TOl John Brld.-..

Double "A" Ail Fuller'sMary Tea ere Addraaa hereby unknown notified that 0 Elite Cafe and Grocery

pull for divorce haa been filed
Tampa Tribune agalnMyou by Gladys O. Brldcee NEw LOCATION
RoofingLicensed In the above Court. You are required Corner Tennessee
aadFt to file year answer with and Fourth Streets
the Clerk ef the Court and te
Carter Paint Store eerie' 0 copy thereof upon H. P. Home Cooked Food Sandwiches
Myers Fear acre dtna. flu hwy. J o- h n e e n, Clewlaton. Florida' took). and Cold Dr1Db Gidtw
Bonded frontage a CS 87. and eolor.ed plaintiff attorney on or before Ice Cream :1 1
News Press Barters and bar wetting July IT. 1M4| otherwise this cotton Eu111'iv8 Atmosphere '.

Complete Line of Paint and Supplies 11M." per week. Wit,,.will.. my proceed hand cx and parts seal ef Service; with: a smile .': : 1 CDent I

ISST lidme Delivery Phone YU 2-3281 Frank: Denmead. tbla acid 14th Court t.la,. ef lB.lle.June. 1H4.Florida, forget to purchase a dewiaton News "" r I
Clewuton. FJa.4II't ] /DoTothy Moore Clark
1144 E. Sngarland Jlwy.
Phone 2-2791 Realtor Fheae YTJ M421 (C1.r.'. 8..ferll: Circuit Court YUkon 2.7651 .1.'

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rI Varsity basketball coach plus talon
THE CLEWTSTOIT!: NEWS dewiston Fla. Evangelistic l Crusade in 1960. Boswell car and $75 to the Johnson School two, Ernest L. Hill, $1,100; $600 plus travel expo
Thursday Juno 1964 honor auto. A charge of careless In federal
21. Baptists In the Gulf Stream Association Ctrl Coach, Janice HOI $400. fuDda
, he has served as chairman driving and causing an accident Driver education
(Continued from Face 1)) Supplements In LaBeH High tu !
of the nominating, evangelism, was placed against Mrs. to teal'.b1n
Juvenile court Larsen gets wet pastor Sunday camps and assemblies and the well by Price. Reynolds bus driver and cur School, Varsity' basketball coach hours are gOut fide to oka IchDCt
George Stinnett
plus one sport
mission committees He has Sunday an accident at the Intersection $600 50 to 75 \ ,
in accidentOtto todian. pupils,
auto of Central Avenue $800; Girls coach, Peggy Henson 1DdI7oo,>
The congregation of the FtrstBaptist been treasurer, vice-moderator or over pupil, 'II i
Larsen of Clewlston was Avenue caused At Clcwlston Elemen t a r 7 $400; coach, one port, There Is no
Church will honor the and in 196344 moderator of the and Ventura Plement to Iup.
uninjured late Monday afternoon Louise Buchanan, secretary (track) Wm. K Davles, Junior driver
School, -
Wllda Bat-
for children to edUCltq
vice- injuries
i acts new pastor, Rev. Bob L. Christie Association. He served as minor taught during
his went Into the Schick, lunchroom basketball, to felU1ar
as car Ernie Opal varsity be
to Officer appointed chp
.1, and his family, with a covered president and in 1963-64 as presIdent lard according room periods
\ roadside canal 2.5 miles west M. each
manager, J. Taylor cur $400.
dish luncheon Sunday Immediately of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Simmons
'n I : Three Clewlston children were of Clewlston on V.S. 27. said that Floyd W. todlan.At The school
following the morning Ministerial Association. Simmons Band directors, Jack Scott board dlsCUlll
: placed In care of the Public According to Trooper Lewis service. All members and His family consists of his Boone was driving north on Harlem Academy, Isabella Clewlston, Clinton Harris La. salaries of supervising !(

1 ii l if Welfare Department a 14-year Tydlngs, Larsen was travelingat friends are Invited to attend. wife, the former Shirley Turnerof Central and could not see the Rease, secretary Thomai Carry Belle, and John Daniels, Jr., pall, but withheld ICllon PrIDcIo WI

old girl was placed In the Girls a high rate of speed and lost Rev. Christie comes to Clew. Edison, Georgia, their two stop sign because of cars parked Jr custodian and Anna Harlem, will each get $600 supplement later meeting However, '
k control of his his left lllelllo
I" School at Ocala and I younger car as iston from Ft Lauderdale sons, Lamar, 9, and Larry 8 around the Baptist Churchand Biggs Davis, bus driver. here indicated that the,
l,t boy was placed on probation in rear tire became deflated Lar where he served as pastor of and a daughter, Kerry, 4. Mrs. entered the intersection $9,000 per year for felt
,I i two separate cases in Juvenile sen escaped with a thorough Lauderdale Manors ChrlsUe Is also a graduate of without stopping where his 1963 Supplement pay was approved Vocational agriculture supplement principal In Clewlsloll'UllervlJiq
I Baptist
1l court In Hendry county last drenching by climbing out of Church since 1958. He also Stetson University. Ccrvalr was struck by a 1963 ai follow: Clewlston High James Culllgan La- Belle was commensurate r.
week. the car window prior to the car served as Moderator of Gulf Chevrolet Station Wagon drivenby School head,football coach plus Belle and Robert Rogers,dew- the duties of these POsl vary
sinking to the bottom of the
Judge B. N. Parsons, In the drainage canal which Is estimated Stream Baptist Association and Evelyn M. Fricker, who was
,' In civic and Cancer drive at traveling west on Ventura.
Y order of the three children to be 12-14 feet deep. many other religious
P placed In care of the Public Tydings charged Larsen with capacities while in that The injured girl, sitting In the

Welfare Department took note "failure to due care" which area. back seat was taken to Hendry
I that their Incarcerated use half-way mark General by Pattison Ambulance
k parents are comes under speeding limitations. Trade 'N''ravel TimeYES
treatment, according -
", in the county jail awaiting for emergency
trial charges of contributing to Simmons. Others
1.1 on The current drive for funds
<;r to the dependency of the of the Clewlston unit of the listed on the accident report as

chIldren.: He took action following Cigarettax Hendry County Cancer Societyhas passengers, but Ballard not and injuredwere W. now is the time to trade to a good late
,r the filing of a petition stating reached the half-way mark Jaquetto up model
f,I that the children were being i this week. Indications are that A. Ballard
: deprived of proper food and tops $6 thousandThe the drive will be successful, No charges were filed by the used car before you go on your vacation .

raiment, and following reportof though it Is doubted that the officer
I f: the counselor of the Juvenile City of Clew I t 0 D quote of 1.300 will be raised,

II p1 t Court Dr. J. W. Wright that the has received $6.066.04 In returnsof due to the lateness of the drive. Here are a few of our Choice Used Cars all backed
I children were housed in a dirty\ cigarette taxes collected by Volunteers are canvassing the Engineers present by the
Nation-wide GW
unkempt house, which was retailers In the city during the town at present and even with Warranty!
(Continued from Page 1))
I found without adequate food month of April and reported to many on vacation, the resultsare
but which contained many empty the state in May. Richard B. very encouraging A nearly completed multi

S" alcoholic beverages bottles, Keating, director of the State The Eastern portion of Hen- million-dollar enlargement and 63 Chevrolet 6-cyl. 4-dr. 169500
i and that the home was considered Beverage Department which dry county has been without I improvement of the JacksonvIlletoMlaml un

I I health hazard handles the tax, stated that the Cancer chairman since Gene Intracoastal Waterway

,, The children were in temporary tax collections amounted to $4,*, Fuller moved to South Carolina, .
899,966, and the state general Continued contracts on the
after accepting the presi
care of Mr. and Mrs Paul soon 62 149500
revenue fund received 11,451- $380 million Central and Southern Chevy Station Wagon
Akin who presented them at the dency However, a group of ..
83029 The balance was distributed volunteers has undertaken to Florida Flood Control Project
hearing; the children were then
I' clean, well dressed, and well- to the qualified cities. put the drive on this year, and
Florida state law levies an with records which are being' In addition, the Jacksonville
mannered. A native Floridian, Rev.
r In the other case In Juvenile eight-cent tax on each packageof Christie was born In take City kept to pass on to next year's District is also Involved in construction 62 Ford Fairlane .4-door __ __ 1295

court, a brother and sister were cigarettes; If the cigarettesare and reared In Jacksonville, receiving group, their work should make: jobs on the Okeecho-
purchased within city limits drive easier next bee Waterway Bakers Haulov-
the year ;
charged with theft of personal his education in the
and the cities receive the tax; public schools of that city. He Mrs James P. Legg, executive er Inlet; the Gulf Coast Intra
property trespassing The If purchased In rural areas the director of the American coastal Waterway between Cal- 1 1 95
counselor the received an A B degree from 62 Falcon Station
reported that fam- Wagon
r ily has been In three cases In tax goes Into the. state's general Stetson University, and I B D Cancer Society for southwest oosahatchee River and the An- ___ __
revenue fund.Tropical Is pleased with clots River and at Cats Point
city court, two previous cases and Th M degrees from South- very
In Juvenile court, five instances ern Baptist Theological Seminary the Interest shown and the results Channel.

of counseling with the Juvenile purchasedby Louisville, Ky In the drive, which has Studies are underway by the 1495
lagged behind the rest of the 61 Chevy V8 4-dr. air condition
counselor and that IS complaintshad Maxine Mrs. Christie is a native of Army Engineers on everythingfrom ,
been made of the family Prevatt Edison, Georgia, and a grad state. a series of beach erosion
status and conditions. Charges Sale of the Tropical Restau- uate of Stetson University. The Anyone who is missed in the correction projects and hurricane

against the parents In the rant has been announced by couple has three children, Lamar drive is asked to mail their contributions protective structures to

cases and had been neglect of children Bernie Fountain, who has operated 9, Larry, 6, and Kerry, 4. lston, Fla.In" to Checks"Cancer should, Clew be larger small navigation flood control channels and ts 60 Buick Electra air condition 1495,
fighting The girl was pr
the business for the past At Stetson he was presidentof the "American ,
made payable to like the Four River Bash-!
committed to the Girls School '
,yv 19 Prevatt
years Mrs. Maxine the Baptist Student Union, "
in Ocala and the boy placed on of Belle Glade assumed manage and secretary of the Ministerial Cancer Society? ect In the vicinity of Tam,'.

.' probation. ment of the business Monday Association; he was vice president It Is the job of Army En.
neers to make detailed studiesof 61 Ford 995
Police 2-door
morning of the Student Christian projects proposed by civilian I __ __ __ __ _
The new owner has over 15 Association. He was elected to
Seethe years experience in restaurant men.bershlp in the honorary two minor wrecks agencies and make certain. that t: '
management leadership fraternity, Ye Mystic the benefits over a period of
Fountain will Crew Saturday afternoon, Eula Par. years will outweigh the costs. 62 1495*
remain for a ; he was a member of the International Scout
New 12 Wideat 'couple of weeks and then he Stetson Youth Revival Team; rlsh Boswell of Orlando, backed Only if the benefits are greater ... .
to her 1963 Old. into a 1959 than the costs Is the project
plans take a "well earned"vacation and of the Stetson Glee Club.
The former owner suffered In the summer of 1952 he was a Volkswagon driven by Mile E. termed feasible and construction See these

..e Bob Overholt's a broken foot about three Field Representative of the Col Johnson in the BfcB Parkinglot with federal. local funds extra clean cars and'many more at .

months ago and doctors have Ie,.. At the Seminary in Louisville according to Officer S. .M.. recommended.In
Trailer Sales advised him to "get off of his be was .a member of the Price virtually all cases where
CIS Central Avenue feet" student government executive The investigating officer estimated projects are recommended by
".In .the damage at $23 to the the Army Engineers, the local "Chuck" Wells' Motor Co. Inc.
((1 Elk. South Post Office) about two months, I plan committee, and wan a Student
interests must pay a portion of ,
to build a country store about Fellow, In Speech.He
Phone YU 3-1831 two miles from L-I levee, slow served four years, 1932 to the costs, both for initial construction
None Flier Authorized Sales Service Parts
for maintenance.
a' / S
down and enjoy life, Fountain 1958 as pastor of the Guston jO
said Baptist Church, Guston. Kentucky Reecon Manor Army Engineers 1n Florida V ICSPg/ CHEVROLET PONTIAO OLDSMOBILE
I In 1954 he went to Fort NuraJnq Home are celebrating their 189th anniversary
//or lovlnf Under cart by contributing immeasurably
Lauderdale to organize the mission
church which in 14 months at low ratetCMfKtl to the growth of Phone YU 2-4501 Sugarland Hwy. CIewi ton
is refines --
became a fully organized and ,
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intort' accepted member church of the ." ..
Gulf Stream Baptist Association. .


He served two years as a __ ., _
member of the Baptist State Moo. sera... .,.L N. NOWat your Chevrolet dealer) ""*
MM SMCM iMtanrihit .
Board of Missions, and took
part Tmevl. ..- Mr..% '(../.
in the Jamaica Baptist Union

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