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: July 2, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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uerri1IasfoxGuardin The. Clewiston News ,

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Dedicated to 'the advancement' of fiend ry County' .and Amtnccfa Sweetest Town" ,

port Mayacca war games VOLUME 37 NUMBER 27 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed... Sec 149 J, P.M Subscription $4.00 year ,:'

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31Jportauon en" fIVe meD GuardBelle or the July 4th driving tipsAn

,nda National In "war r Band will raise $10,000in
de, participated M.yacca. eight-point program fo1.aaf and sane" motoring
lIel' Sun at Port action I. Ii ,-.. : over the July Fourth weekend ,was issued today by the
edal Ml preparatory was held JN: I.... Peninsula Motor Club (AAA). t.:

,na.summer tie St, uncle camp Canal about r ,''\", ,';,.,.'" .. 1(7""'":... -- ((1)) Allow plenty of time...for the trip. Leave early and I i iA

tt mile. The east unit of will the leave hillbbride. ., ," t', Unnecessary atop early for fatigue.the night'You!. : will avoid traffic and work co-op project ''i !

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I'lu1112 for FortZueth Of ace dI / t _

dutY V. I. I ((2)) On long expressway trips, atop at designated rest J3
ctual17 Jhe men were flghfc ", areas every 100 miles or BO for a stretch and a coffee cooperative effort to provide poratlon, offered the assistanceof : "
having of the'Corporation on a matchIng Band ry 1
among themselves s't 1 \ break. < funds for toe development program
divideddd tnto a platoon 1 '.. the Clewlston Band programhas basis. V. .'Ir.".
I spessor and inlpeeI .. '. ((3)) Avoid drinking while driving. been undertaken by the AH funds earned by band ,

,p..who decided who was ,. Jo. ... ((4)) Familiarize yourself with t the traffic regulations of Oewiston High School Sugar-. members In work projects for off with a boom :
\\ i land Band and the United States the band will be matched double
|5 Weldon Cardln and S-S '. the area you plan to visit and obey them. Sugar Corporation of Clewlston. by. the United States Sugar The Summer band program ,

1 Mann of Pahokee head- t1 ,: \ ,' "; ((5)) Enjoy the scenery but"do) not neglect your driving. Funds are being raised to Corporation All money received started with a boom yesterday '
P Ihe guerrilla unit. however : ; ,.,. .. It is a full-time job. 1 provide basic Instruments for In donation or gifts win be with good response to all class -
Weaver 1"/ Junior Band and the matched equaL The Corporation reported bandmaster "
HaroldDoc" ." ''j';; vr the High es as by .
eWiltoD' wit the most out- I :'\\1.' ( ,. ((6)) Treat your car to a mechanical checkup before Elementary Band. These ,two win provide matching fundi' up Jack L. Scott ".;

sd1DI i, he was the only one .6> .. you leave. j groups have been hampered In to a limit of $3000.00. Classes are being offered fur ...,; r
DOt killed during the ", ,_' the past due to a lack of. in Bandmaster Jack L. Scott beginners at I A.M., Reserve
MI Because of the limited "- ((7)) Drive at a speed consistent with road and weather struments. The band also hopes estimated the total needs for Band (Junior High) at I AM.
tIoD. of men Inspector '. conditions, regardless of] the posted speed limit to be able to purchase a much, the band program to be $10,000 and Senior Band will be held at ?r"
Lkrf unit and guerrilla men '#" needed new set of uniforms for and emphasized that funds are 13:30: P.M., other classes will be
r. ((8)) Treat other motorists and considera
lit chalk after they had beenIjhd" courtesy the High School Sugarland Band.H. being raised for Instruments held at :2 P.M. for ensembleand
and the men were ali I. ,. r, tion.3day. lib T. Vaughn, president of and equipment to give Clewlston Soloists
.td t to return to action after : the United States Sugar Cor- a total band program in the Students who have not report.
I brief Interval. !1 tt': Elementary, Junior High and ed to class yet pay do so at ;,
of war- Senior High Schools. any time.
I the day

L.organizing plans called unit plus for the the six into flree SIGNALING the first shot OPEN Pvt WAR Joseph b Sp.-5 Bullock George bites his Mann tongue as he en Southeastern event, attracts: Band members have already
guerrilla undertaken such tasks as mowing '
ton t leave a couple 6"fi hellghtsthe mortar fuse which Inspector Chevies Arnold, _lawns, car washing, babysitting Gene Broadway r
prior to the 8:H platoon center, said killed approximately 35 per cent oi the platoon and window washing as

arture, which gave. theme forces Staff Photo well as other tasks 'and are is hospitalized ;
'chutists Clewiston this weekendSome
and '
[ t tt prepare road blocks to seeking additional work opportunities.
lip strategy for the Invading toon headquarters and the platoon Properly supervised Friends of Gene Broadway.. ,
OB. Newsmen representing! captured the enemy supply New homes begunin workers can be contacted by a graduate of Clewlston High
and weekly newspapers depot. School, will regret to learn than
mu let among the pre-lnvasion The operation name Cobra of the finest parachutists feet of the target win be meas Region championship competition calling 24271 and J-148I. he has been Injured In an ac-.

I reel on the banks of the St. was Ideal, as the men from both ClewistonSix In the Southeastern states ured. is required before a jumper cldent while serving In Korea '
Lit Canal 'sides\ kept a weather eye out for will be In Clewlston this weekend |In the style: Jumping, the can compete In national or International County offices with the armed forces.
I AJ the guard forces arrived snakes in the sandy, cabbage new homes Were startedin to participate in the Southeastern jitmps j will be made from 7,200 events. In fact, he Details of the accident are not J. I
L UK general area under the, palm terrain, however the sound Cl.wlstondurin the month Regional Championship feet and again three jumps will said, a contestant must placeIn close tomorrow known here, but young Broadway "
I.recta of Lt R. V. Cochran 'of mortar and gun fire must of June, according to the records competition at Alrglade State. be permitted each contestant the top eight of the events !In Is reported as getting '."i '
j Clewliton and First Sgt. Per- have driven the snakes to cover of building permits at the AIrport. Host to the event will The jumper will go through a. the Regional competition, to be Because the Fourth of July I along well now. His address is .
;Radon of Belle Glade, a road a* none were reported.The city: halt be the South Florida Parachute, let pattern of maneuvers, making eligible to enter the national holiday falls on Saturday, a dayon 121st Evacuation H 0 s pit I
Keck: wt the stage for a bloody: Mrs Hilda Lee received a Inc., Paul Poppenhager presi a 360 degree turn, a loop competition which the county; officers are APO/20, San Francisco, aI.'i
encre Surprise mortar ire war games brought forth permit for construction of an dent. another turn, another loop, eta The public will be welcomedto normally closed, all Hendry; _I
cItd 35 per cent casualties, many "ancient" M-l carbinesas $18,000 home on Del Monte The skydivers will 'Jump in and will be judged on how fast come out and watch the county; offices will !be closed tomorrow ;
sordNg to Inspector Sgt the unit was unable to obtain Avenue, for which R. E. Bur- competition on Friday, Saturdayand apd how well they perform their events. There It no 'admission taking the Independence -
Its Arnold of Clewlston In blank ammunition rifles.for the recently chard has the contract. The Sunday-all day each day, "air work". charge. Day. holiday on Friday. Flags will fly
Issued M-14 home will be one story brick ,
first skirmish weather permitting. 'Three Judges, each of whom 11Independence
ft The forces took timeout veneer, 72x32 feet in size, and
tol- opposing) has been qualified and approvedby
action that
I Tie day long Jumping will be in two cat-
lued was a series of hit and for a "box lunch" together, Is located on West half of lot 22, ,aries, said Poppenhager, whichare the Parachute Club of Amer-. Carl Hornsby appointed successorto Day
la: activities during which thea 'a briefing and war resumed for lots 34, 2., Block 16. jumps for and ka, will be here for the three- I
knocked out the pla'ICr. .another couple hours after Jim Walker Corporation is accuracy day Jnlr ,
jumps for style. In the accuracy program. Independence Day. \
lunch. building frame dwelling for division each entrant J la permitted High quality performances J. Homer Bible as superintendentCarl 4. .la a* doubt ear created l
E. Iota 21 block
C. Taylor on ,
Lt. Cochran was well pleased
| expiJ4ted the '
three Jumps, which will Mrs. throughout II
.nation celebrated
.,.wItIL the. manner In whlck>w some!L..4H, East AKerdea The houss.' be-m.de'froro 'as..:alUtude of* .three daysPoppenhager. hoUUy.
of his "green", troops handled will be 26 x 48 feet and cost 1,300 feet All jumps within St el out that the Southeastern E. Horasby, Democratic! school system, giving etch Of wtortrwrt Mrfhntlaita-ai4. ..-. I
themselves in underflre conditions. 17,000. nominee for Superintendent of them opportunity: to move freely tradWoi''Bogariaad: Band. ,

"After camp, we hope to Kendall Construction Company Public Instruction, wIn go into in planning and personnel mentors will dteplay. be I.t I I
carry: out more of these field Is building a CBS residence ,- office on July 14 under appointment selection In the system where '
Teacher Amerioaa FUr for their ',
problems" the commanding officer for M. C Hester on lots salary of Governor Farris Bryant they will work in the future. .
said. 4 and east half of S. block 434 who this week accepted the Although there Is no official Met* HUB M flag service

Sgt Arnold also served as on Obispo Avenue. The building! resignation of J. Homer Bible, action: possible until after July Mbsertbers. Be Bore year i

briefing officer for the forces wUl be 48x24 feet plus garage schedule revised present superintendent Bible 15th, John Coins, who has been flag Is. waving en Saturday,,. .
and wUl cost approximately submitted his resignation, requesting supervising principal at LaBelle July .. j
daylong $6,300. the governor to release Public Schools, is slated to be- aii i
per cent of the opposing forces Mrs. Julia D. Wildes has a In adopting a salary schedule In addition to these salaries him on July 15, In order to accept come school supervisor for Hen- i
had been "killed". permit for constructing a resU, for Hendry; county: teachers for teachers may take the merit appointment as supervisor dry county when the change In BIO FILMS COMING t
dence on lots 10 and east half 196445 a few chances were madeto examinations and if qualified of schools In Highlands county.He ; superintendent leaves that position .. \
of 11, block 3&1, on Elverdes provide the same per year will receive an additional $100 goes to the new position in available. Coins was so Mass Brothers, operating seven :
Avenue The house win be 47x24 Increment for teachers eachyear per year or $200 per year additional Sebring on July 18.Hornsby Introduced by Mr. Hornsby at a stores In Tampa, Lakeland"
Equalization set feet plus garage and will cost up to twelve, which Is the if their experience is present supervisor, recent Rotary Club meeting. Sarasota and other Southwestand 111
approximately $7.200. A 1 e e n maximum for Increases. Prior 10 years or more In Florida. has been active since the close The 196445 school term will Central Florida cities,. has .. tf)
July 13 by boardThe Homes obtained a permit for schedules gave a 1100 per year Thus, a Rank HI teacher of school in selecting faculty: find the top administrative postsin announced plans to open In Fort l
this home in 1963 but did not Increment for each year for starts at ",500, but at the end and principals for next year's the entire school system in Myers next year. The new store .'' '
Hendry county commissioners build it.Kendal continuing contract teachers up of 12 years if his teaching has schools upon, authorization by new hands, but only the two supervising will be located In a shopping .
have set July 13 as the Construction Com to eight years and WO per ;year been In Florida and he qualifiedwith the school board and Superintendent principals will be new complex on Cleveland Avenue
date of the annual meeting for pany Is building a CBS residence ,- Increment thereafter. The new the merit examination he Bible to the county, since the supervisor with Sears Roebuck and Penny "'f
the purpose of hearing complaints for Mr. and Mrs. J. P. schedule gives them $100 each win receive $6,350. The changeover In administration moves Into the superin Stores ;;"
on the tax roll as prepared Hodges on lots 17. 18 block 158 year from the start of their A Rank n teacher starts at during the summer vacation tendent's post and the LaBelle Plans for construction of a "
by the County Tax As- Obispo Avenue. The house will continuing contract and continuing ",900, but It he or she teaches period is thought by both principal moves into the super Holiday Inn Motel at Belle I
sesser Mrs. Lucille Small, be 36x24. and 12x18, plus garage to 12 years. es year in Florida and men to be advantageous to the visor's post Glade were announced recently. 'ri:
The board win sit as an and will cost an estimated Rank III teachers with no experience qualifies with the teaching. merIt
equalization board at 10 am. 10000. receive $.,500 under examination, the salary win
on Monday, July 13, and will Kendall Construction is building annual contract, and this be $4,750. These are base salaries
hear any taxpayer's complaint a residence for J. D. Quinton amount increases $50 per year without any: supplements Nearby communities; offer '
NORMAN on the assessments. on lotI1 -lT, block: 195, Circle to 12 years, when the salary is for coaching, music, or extra. 4, ;'l I IWn
I woes nncza Drive. The CBS home will be $1,300. Rank HI teachers who Teachers are on duty: 10
tsar approved as his platip- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore 64 x 28 In size plus a garage go under continuing contract months of the year, continuingone
III 'e iglu deslructl have returned from a visit of and coat an estimated 10500. receive an increment of $100 per week past the close of school fireworks rodeos on Fourth
q' VUenUl In Sun- several days with their daughter Other permits for additionsand year until 12 years is reachedat In the spring, and starting ,
s war 9mas. Mrs Frank Sparing, and repairs boosted the building which their salary Is 5850. three weeks prior to the start
Staff Photo to $69,000. In addition, if the teacher has of school in the taD; if
her family In Miami. total for June
Clewlston residents in searchof ,. This summer's rodeo will $1.50. The Junior Woman's Club'
10 schools years the experience Increment la Florida is Increased Fourth of July celebrations again feature the famous Silver and Sheriffs Junior Deputies i...

with will find several within easy Spurs Quadrille-square dancingon Association Is sponsoring the ,,
close by $300 per year
Stores driving distance. i
horseback. Performances barbecue.
additional: Increment of $100 The fireworks display )
each through twelve. Pahokee will center its observance wUl be held at 8 p.m. on Friday win be approximately 8 4 ( 1
year .
on a mammoth fireworks and at 2:30-p m. on Saturdayand o'clock at the pier. The Legion } ,4' ,
July Fourth Rank II teachers have the Topless'bathing display at the waterfrontIn Sunday. On the Foorrtin'the and the Junior Woman's Club
same schedule of Increment but the evening. A barbecue din Florida Quarter Horse Assocla-i are Jointly sponsoring the fire .
Retail stores, garages, offices, their starting salary is $400 per ner wUl be sold all day at $100 Uon will hold its races from works I
1!i.f' and most retail stores will be' year higher, ".800 for a Rank suit per person by the Lions Club. 9:00 to 11:00: a.m.
f' closed all day on Saturday, the 11 under annual contract with Present plans are to start servIng Ar idla', 36th AO-Fiorida Rodeo
Fourth of July. A quick surveyof no experience and ",TOO for an- at 11 a.m. and continue till tFttI get underway the eveml' -
nual contract with 12 experience in Clewiston
the business district reveals around 5 Proceeds win Teach children
$8.250: for continuing p.m. go: of July 3rd with a cutting your '
that A&P. DAB, Frank's Grocery to the Chamber of Commerce horse exhibition starting at 7:30.: '.

'ThnEy; Drug, Sugarland contract, or $6,350 with 12 if the years experiencehas experience pool! to help pay for the fireworks. There wUl be a parade of contestants ..' traffic safety
Pharmacy, Giddens Western There wm be strict ban'on oth- flag raising ceremony, -
been in Florida schools h
Auto; Al's Army Store, Hendry er fireworks Including fire calf scramble, a drill, by ''the
County Motors, Beck Motors, crackers, and special permission ,Fossette Drill Team, and-bun-
Sugarland Motors. Chuck WeDs 'Picture on Page 61! was obtained for the dis dogging and bun riding and a WEAR !
Motors, Clewlston News. Sport Racing brings play. "Square Dance on Horseback"
Bond J I
ShoP. Bembry Motors The Pahokee celebration will by the Quadrille. On July 4th a ( I !
Street Jewelry Ben Franklin $234,000 !Include a parade with the High' parade at 10 a.m., opens the I ,
Store. Carithers TV. Boilings- county School Band leading and 'startIng day's events. The second rodeo l ,
worth's Shoes, Radish Electric, Jeanette Francison at 1:30, ending at the waterfront show will start at 2 p.m. witha r I: I i
Lake Appliances, and many other State Comptroller Ray E. where there will be a bell- program similar to that of i '
stores will be closed all day, Green said checks for $14,000 Stetson honors the
ringing ceremony: in compliance evening. The Elks win bold ,
The Post Office will be closed from the aisle race track tax .
with Rodeo
a request from Governor W Day barbecue at the,
the City: Hal which is us- funds were mailed Wednesday Jeanette Francis a Junior at Bryant that Florida riot, bells*> Elks "lodge across from Lake t
5viattf: open until noon on Saturdays to each of the (7 counties. Stetson University: Dcland. Is all over the state la celebrating Catherine! and will top the evening
will remain closed. The comptroller said it was listed. ,among the honors students the Fourth off with a display of fire '
An dewtiton will be on hoU- the final payment for the current during the spring .semis At Klsslmmee the Silver Spurs works. e I
day. except for a few service fiscal year and would make ter. Jeanette was on the Dean's Rodeo will furnish a thrttVoacked I
Naples will hold
the total received by each List, which Is a communitycelebration ; ;
establishment composed of Juniors weekend with daily performances DARK; ,
The faithful members of Sug, county from the race track tax and seniors, whose grades consisting of a
Friday, Saturday and barbecue
1t. R V, arland Band will be up bright fund $234,000. the highest In the average B plus or better and Sunday The rodeo held semiannually which will dinner be and fish fry ,
tl0t he Bede' ?1 Cl.wteton' commanding officer and early to set the American ,history of the tax. Each county on the Honor:; Roll which..la attracts cowboys from bier Park served !In Cam- f
starting at 4:30
why 5L nNatte> Guard Unit checks cm MlPQrttt nags in place along the business received $208.800 last year composed of undergraduateswho across the United States to com. the afternoon of the Fourth.: on City of Clewiston ; ,
Sunday0"1* Echols rt *. Armory prior b d.. streets, and In some residentialareas. Green said the next payment earned no grade lees than pete In the brone and toll riding Chicken, ribs and fish will be
would] be In the early fall. B.
Photo ,calf
Staff and wise-
roping steer on the menu and the cost Is Police Department:

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the present high level bridge DIn, red light, $10; , I
Two TUE a.EWJS'l'ON: NEWS 0ew1atGa. I1a. .t 1 over the Caloosahatchea river lor, unlawful speed, $15 or 3

I Thursday. July 2, 1884 at Moore Haven. days, Willie Green, unlawful See the
S Sonny SezThe Mrs Elizabeth Miller and speed, $25; Eula P Boswell,

I Mrs. Evelyn Shelley were on an careless driving, $20 or 5 days; New 12 Wideat
THE CLEWISTON NEWS extended Caribbean cruise. Hagan Walter, no driver's lI-
National Guard "war"on Red Cross cense $35.Jimmie -
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, dewiston. Mrs. Ken Swayne -
the St Lucle Sunday was arranged Lee Hill, speeding,
Florida, by The Qewistoa News Inc, a Florida Corporation. water Bob
most Interesting and educational free swimming lessons $15 or 5 days, Calvin Peacock, Overholf
\ Entered as Second Class Matter February 1. 1927, at the
Post for many of the recruits. all who need to learn to Illegal possession beverages, Trailer
4 Office In c ewlatoa. Florida, under the Act of Congress of tor Sales
4I I March 3, 1879. Was rather amused at a newsman swim. J30, Buddy C. Parker, public 115 tebtrat
who discovered he was on Ernie Redlsh received a second drunk, $25; Robert Wm. George, (U BIk. 49t111t
iORID'4 NATIONAL EDITORIAL "Operation Cobra", had not Future Farmers of America Jr. DWI $200; Ray William South Post 0ta0.J

made provisions for snake-bit scholarship, presented to Crouch, illegal possession of Phone YU
A ; (6T'2: : medicine and that the Guard him at State Convention. Ernie beverages, $SO and resisting ar 3.1831

mt first aid supplies did not carry was attending the summer session rest $50.
I t r N tewhs the "bonded" remedy. of University of Florida.
0 0 Subscription Bate M 00 per year Doc Weaver was the only sur, .
I i C/ lasenOt4 (Return Postage Guaranteed) vlvor of the guerrilla force who ----.

I I, g BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher did not have a "dead cross" on Mazzina gets
his back. In observing the action
r The
S. a STALLS. Managing Editor n demand
: Doc's strategy was to dig for fat
4 Telephone: dullness and Editorial,'VUkon 3-1201
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserve deeper than anybody else and REA ScholarshipMike and
1& the right to reject any objection advertisement! to run faster when the occasion stocker
: THD NEWS .... demanded. Surprisingly I only
mu no rwpoMlbUlty tor the r tura of UDI. -
solicited muiuKrlpu or photograph. overheard one minor argument MazaInahasbeen cattle is heavy
"'f TAE Mmum*. no iauelU r .. b awarded an REA college scholarship I
a graphical errors-r-: oo .. dnrtlMmrat b tlloOr:4: : between an Inspector and pla-
of such orror. before th..ezl _ao ., U. poper will reprint sorr.ctly toonman as to whether or not which will pay $600 toward Buy only
Chit part of the "yortJat la which tae error _II..... his college expenses, pay- the
I !. the Crest a tlm ohnoat would' reader th. correction voluo "he was
i .mount. 1'1.' ... will rod... the prlc* of tbo adnrtlum."t *n dead"SS- able $100 each semester for a cattle
} oqual to tho pnxmUf of the total a tho err oa. you
i li I DIM or _It led ClOP roP..a.d.I space WhIle in the neighborhood total of $600. or for two yearsIn want
visited Ralph Damon News em- Institutions using the trimester

ployee who has been vacationing PVT. HAROLD WEAVER of ClewUton. was proclaim system. Mantissa, a 1964
Greatest poorhouse in all history in St. Mary's for about six the only living guerrilla" as ho survived the daylong) graduate of C.H.S. Is the son *

I weeks, recuperating from not mock battle without being shot. Staff Photo of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. MazZ l'.

1 f Communism (Cor, more accurately, state capitalism) has one nor two but three trips to The REA offered a like scholarship -Sales Every: Monday at 1:00: P.M,

\ had 45 years in which to prove !its merit the surgery room. clal habits from their owners was christened by Mrs. J. K. Okeechobee In ,each Glades of Highlands and! Hen-,

The of Ralph and his doctors are In "One dog's master was very Herbert, wife of the port of em-
main-spring communism is the substitution of dry
1, hopes the third trip through the fond of beer. The dog turned barkation commandant. But local *
government decisions for the free
will of the worker the
officials could not learn why
swinging doors will be the charm into an alcoholic. Other recipients are Sharon
i, customer, and the Investor. and that he will be able to leave Some time ago I heard of a this county was so honored. Whidden of Moore Haven (who

Under communist theory this is the system that will the hospital In a couple weeks.SS dog who belonged to a fellow Hub Spooner was the first will enter Fensacola Junior College GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN.rhoB
produce the greatest good for the greatest number. who detested bathing The poor known Hendry county casualty in the fall) Pearl: D. Ha-
For those who don't know, hound started acting like a of the Normany D-Day Invasion solicit of Okeechobee, who will
I j In it has the Mrs. Janice Hill Is skunk. Instead He received a broken leg
practice produced greatest poorhouse in supervisingfour of flea powderthe attend Indian River Junior College .* WT3(28 Belle GUfe,IlL
G all history nowhere behind the Iron Curtain do people "cracker-jack" Softball hound had to be sprayed and other injuries, and was in Fort Pierce. There were
!, have what the industrialized free world would call decent teams on Tuesday and Thur.. with deoderant hospitalized In England. no applicants from Highlands!
living slandards.I. day nights and they are Utterly It would be Interesting! to really county this year, said W. B.
I having a "ban". Enthuslamof check around to see if there Irby. manager of the Glades
I. When the Western European nations formed the Com the girls! is way above expectation Is any truth to these stories.It TEN YEAIU} AGO Electric Cooperative.The .
(From OewbUa.
mon Market the eight nations in the Communist Bloc form- and competition is might be wise to find out News scholarship plan Is set up
J.!, U54)
ed their own combination known as COMECON. keen. Suggest you drop by one exactly why Johnson's beagles 1. by the board of directors of tho
t: evening and watch. They hada are getting longer ears. Is it Suemmer recreation program Co-op The scholarship committee .. Move Tomorrow .
But Instead of pooling prosperity, the COMECON nations doozy the other night because Johnson keeps pulling opened with Principal Howard Is composed of W. J. Tyler
were merely pooling their poverty. think the outcome 31-23 them Him and Bishop in charge Employed for
i S: was or or are Her starling Moore Haven, Wm. T. Stltt.Clewlston .
l Sl f A brief but valuable summary of their economic woes something like- thatIndependence emblem to resemble? a certain party program Gerald Manuel were Carl, who Ferraraand were son, Okeechobee, Mrs., and Lola R. Hauler-J. Hen- Into Your Own Brand New Home

appeared in the January 24th issue of TIME. Is a great thing In charge of swimming, picnics, nlng, Lake Placid.
Do automotive men have bowsers Softball, midget baseball and .
and while we be losing
TIME remarks: "The eight-nation group created by the some of It government may wise labor which prefer cars to trees? weekly dances, and Mrs. Marietta
; communists in frank imitation of the Common Market not CBS 2 Bedroom Tiled
i in the printing! Industry is Check around with the local Uckton who conductedarts City docketActing
i' only has failed to relieve the economic chaos in Eastern thriving. girl chasers and you'll probably and crafts classes

I, Europe, but in many ways has actually worsened it So Since May, help and the lackof find they're the ones who The Chamber of Commerce City Judge Carlos Electric Stove Installed
nightmarish is their job that the satellite economists have It at the News has been a have those mongrels which office was closed from July 5-24 Dickey !Issued warrants for arrest
begun to grumble openly." comedy.We howl like wolves when the moon for vacation period of Doug Angell for failure
had a boy from Orlando is full The Clewiston American Legion to appear In court on Wednesday $300 Cash $75 Monthly
These economists-Indeed all thoughtful people-know who worked a couple of weeks There's one definite thing Junior baseball team clobbered June 24, on charges of no
what the trouble is: high economic productivity requires and called one Monday mornIng we've all seen All of the women Hollywood 13-2 In the tall light and causing a minor A Kendall Home
personal economic freedom.It and said I won't be back. who're the greatest yackers opener Bill Harn pitched one- to.become delinquent -

Ads in various state newspapers either have small dogs with big hitter, other players were Tom In other action, Charles Van
is astonishing therefore that the which
not theory
or cats that meow. Suggs, Wayne Hodges, Harold
turned up nothing and finally yappers go Uleft, Jr. was sentenced to $25
created this gigantic poorhouse is gaining rather than los through a friend, con- Do dragline operators have White, Oscar Barton Tom or 10 days for careless driving; J. E. BEARDSLEY

ing international acceptance? tacted a young fellow in Ala the most trouble with their pets Owens, Bob Glddens, Walker Dobald La than)), breaking Into

It was welcomed by the Chinese and by the Cubans.It bama who was dicing to come digging up lawns? Mall Jay Miner Buster LeGar- funeral procession. $25; Dur- REGISTERED EEAL ESTATE BKOKEI:
to Florida. Fine. He drove down A friend of mine's wife treats de and John Blackwell. ward E. Vandlg, failure to have

is popular among the masses of almost every backward looked at Clewlston and the shop him like a dog so much that his, The State Road Departmentasked vehicle under control, ISO; Bar- E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2.7501
II;r "uncommitted" country called the next Monday and terrier got Jealous and bit him. the Army Corps of Engineers stel Price, unlawful speed, $25
I' said 1 will be at work the 29th of In fact, this friend's been treated for permit to construct or 10 days; Dalton E. Hart, run-
;, It is a magic political platform for demagogues; June. The 28th a short note like a dog so long that HE'S
0 started chasing cars. Last a
) And it is the worst, the least productive, the most tyrannical It came! saying; ht couldn't make heard they had him chained J1 ,, ,

economic system known to man. A frantic phone call to another a stake in the back yard.

I 'There is only one way to account for this success: the lad In Georgia, I'll be thereto ble Do with beer their drinkers canines have foamingat trou- SAVE..ON FORDSHOT

truth about the other system, economic freedom, has never go to work this Tuesday. the mouth?
Well sir he arrived bright and j
I been properly told or sold. early Monday morning, looked How about that psychiatrist'In

This obvious truth throws the spotlight on a unique the shop over that afternoonand Miami whose pup won't sleep
anywhere but couch? Sometimes -
non-profit educational exhibit at the 1964-65 World's Fair, in said I'll see you In the on and
New York, which presents dramatically but simply the requirements morning I guess "In the mornJnl" Doc forgets himself I
starts analyzing!; the dumb crit
hasn't gotten here yet
of economic progress. ter. Only dog in town that prefers -
a check at the motel said he SIZZLERS!
; Known as the Hall of Free Enterprise, its advisory coun left town Monday afternoon Mlltown to bones.
I doesn't
I j' includes thought leaders of 47 nations including all three I guess as in most businesses hope someone suggest -
that I first examine
living ex-presidents) of the United States. now help Is the biggest my
'. to own pooch. I tried to, but the
,/ problem. Everybody
#.' More than 90 non-profit organizations and trade associations be a chief < when more last time I saw him he was tryIng -

are cooperating. braves are needed to do the to find another dog house z; yyrwwr
Got tired of me crowding him a
r. .+ In terms' of human action, simple words, and plain out I reckon.If .

.. :,' arithmetic, the faults as welt as the virtues of personal economic
.-' : freedom are fully explained end they demonstratethat FULLER'S FOLLIES

it is the system that produces the greatest good for the

\ greatest number. By AL FULLEa s History Now

Among other things the exhibits expose once and for Look at your pooch and see THIKTY TEARS AGO

all, the Big Lie about private enterprise: namely, that profits yourself! (From dewktoa News

: are greater than payroll. At least that's what a group June II, 114): )
I I 'This of veterinarians recently report. Paul H. Smith of Haines City,
widely accepted fallacy is the most compelling
ed. They said that dogs mirror contractor, arrived in Clewls
single argument in favor of the communist theory
.,, ....., the personalities of their masters ton to start work on the 19
t -rhth"'i(that payroll is nine times as great as profit) and often resemble their houses on the government reservation -
1 owners physically as well as ,
.f can become the most compelling argument in favor of free e l
dom mentally. Fat dog chubby own- A rare, fossil bone found In
:; er. Thin mutt sklnney owner. the'
the excavating for levee
; 0' By Fred G. Clark and Richard S. Rlmanoczy Like that has attracted wide attention because -

f' in Sunshine News Service of Fla. Power and One vet reported that some Florida geologists could

\" Light Co. pets even pick up some bad so- not Identify It. A geologist at
I"< the American Museum of Natural .

; History in New York Identified
"' it as part of a tooth of a

:., 1., :1 giant round sloth. Megather HOT BUYS ON BIG FORDS I Our record sales
our '64sl Get make possible record savings on all
: lum.Mrs.. F. R. Maxwell and Mrs. today' price on our Super Torque Ford Galaxie, winner '
'j'l : r' NASCAR races than all other 0' more 64
{ NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Leslie Miller were among the-N .

,; hostesses entertaining for Mrs.E. ,
G. McFadden of Jacksonville

i'' The 1964 tax assessment roll of Hendry County is M. McFadden.Dr., visiting .Mr. and Mrs. O. .

'I A t now completed and open for inspection in the office of weeks. 0.with F, his Schlffll wife spent and sons two

at their summer home in Highlands -
the tax assessor in the courthouse at LaBelle. N. Car.

r : 1 ;. The board of commissioners will sit TWENTY TEAKS AGO .r
county as an (From dewMni News,

J equalization board in a special meeting at 10 a.m. on John Paul Jon Riddle 30. 1144)of Miami

it. Monday, July 13th to receive complaints and testimony sold Clewlston his Interest to his In partner.Riddle Fieldat John <1-\BUYS ON- FAlCONS I Save ....s .

'., O McKay, a Miami attorney.Sgt r BSrfaiffiUSa) compact and on America' t2W I HOT BUYS ON and fan*
from taxpayer concerning the 1964 Wilbur itt the plushest ride In the FAIRLANESI Enjoy sports-car 'feel
any tax assessment McGehee was size
compact field with new wider rear tread Improved roomlnell-both' at low, low prices.: ChoIce: of 2 axes
r roll/': ') .-: Oak awarded Leaf duster two citations for meritorious and an t.! suspension and stirs Insulation. famous and 3 V-8's, Including the same basic V-8 that powers the

i I ', ," service on bombing missions. Cobra.
r' : II r.:i ":" i \ No further details were learned.

;' '"'" The launching of a 415 foot tSUMMERHENDRY

W" : Board of County Commissioners victory steam turbine transport gear by California propelled : SIZZlER SAll!

if I .tii, Shipbuilding) Company at its

f., i i :}4 ". ..d :'.J/.: of f Hendry County announced Wilmington in Calif a ,telegram plant was to ':., COUNTY

: ,f'' '.! Hendry county officials.! The MOTORS INC.

+!,. t."" .0 ', telegram stated the ship was Sugarland Highway ,
named the SS Hendry In honorof f1a.Page .
Hendry County Florida, and

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Hill, cf 3 1 1 Ladies formsummer Girls summersoftball Thursday, July 2, 1984
Vann. rf 0 0 0
jttle League Roland rf 0 0 0 games

SMU leagueA The boatsmen will leave Kissimmee
Player AB R II Friday Sept 4th, spend
Tuesday ThursdayA boats
scores Kissimmee
ox Morley 3b 3 0 0 meeting to organize a Ladles the first night at Four E s Campon

IuD DeArmaw ss S 0 0 summer bowling league was held summer softball league for the river banks, and the
Jr Ernie Carter Ib 2 1 0 at the home of Mrs Polly Me- girls has been organized and a next night in Clewlston. They ;
8&IJIdIIIII June 29 Murphy c 2 1 0 }tendon Tues? June 23rd "The tremendous amount of enthusiasm coming Sept. 5 have asked that the Everglades .1

W L T Forshee, p 3 0 1 Qewiston Summerettes' was is being shown by spectators dinner which has become a '
a 3 0 Rifa, If 4 0-0 the name selected for the league as well as about 80 high The Klsslmme Boatacade has Boatacade tradition be served. I

2 1 e1 Clark, 2b 3 1 0 which will bowl Wednesday school girls who are participating chosen Labor Day weekend for The boats will leave Clewiston
1 1 McDonald, rf 0 2 0 Mornings according! to Mrs Janice its annual! Jaunt down the river that-
)L U. 1 2 GIddens, rt 1 0 0 Abe following officers were Hill, director of the program. and across Lake Okeechobeeand Sunday morning, spend !
rW, .., 0 1 1 Rudd, cf 2 1 0 elected: Polly McLendon, president Two return, and plans to spend night at 'Oasis Camp, and return I
games are being played Kissimmee Labor
Legion ...... 0 2 1 SMU ......_ OM 200 o-t ; Jackie Byrd, vice president each Tuesday and Thursday Saturday night, September thIn to on ,
S Lions '_",.._'._ 210 003 1.-1 Mary Evans, secretary, 00 the Qewlston. Day i
at 7 at
nights beginning
1 Louise Campbell, treasurer, The directors state that a special ;
15 E1k8 Little League Park The Boatacade has selected a : >
nary \Anyone who is interested In events and-recreation committee : ....
old Ricky Ba- EDO S Legion S The names of the teams are pirate theme" for this year's "
the 1 I1 year Joining this league is asked to will plan games for the ,
congnues: to pace bl/ team but Little Ricky ''Baker sparkedthe contact Polly McI.endon.YU 27608 The Seaweeds, coached by Janet event and states that new activities kids and activities for the adults, .. I

the hag department Elks to a live-run sixth inning or Mary Evans, YU 3-2442 Siewerf and captained by Diane both a float and ashore music, and "King Neptune' ".
o avail as Skipper Han theirdtraighl pit- as they came from behind .Standings at end of first week: Williams. They have been defeated will lend added Interest Pirates Court", which has not been ) I' !

and batted Rotary to 8-3 to tie the score M in the Topietts ........?,_..._.._ 3 1 four straight games but costumes and treasure further identified and is listed J I
victory without a last inning Baker collected two Team No 1 ._.?............_. 3 1 are hoping for victory when all hunts will be In evidence as a "surprise". .:
Hall hit hia econd home of the three Elks hits. Coot Its .........?..._..._ 3 1 of the team members return ;

of the season in the bottom Henry Drake was the outstanding Whiz Kids .....,..........._. 1 a from vacation. : '11'
he fourth causing the lame 10- performer for the American The Pin Ups ..._..._...... 1 S Margaret Wa"'ters is managingthe '.y "
halted because of Legion! having a perfect night Hot Shots .......?._ .... ? 1 a Ole Rips, with Linda Johnson ;av
ink in collecting three hits in three High Scratch Scores, serving as captain. After
times at bat and driving in two tame series two weeks of play, the Ole Rips
runs Jo Ann Spurting 201 5U have 3 losses and one win.
H n
er AB 1 The game will be decided at Mary Evans ,.._.._ 185 457 Bowing only to the undefeated .
,3betd 3 2 1 3rdslel a later date, beginning where Sherry Ferrara ..._ 170 Tomboys are the DoodleBugs onteiupqrary I ;
3 the tie game ended becauce of Bonnie Brasher 448 coached by Judy Vann ,
CI 2 0 0 the time curfew with Faye Guthrle, captain. k kby
o 0
0 0 0 Legion\ Holoubek, Ib 3,, 1 0 The strong Tomboys are I ..1
3 1 1 Player AD a H Edens, p' 4 2 2 coached by Ken Wiles. The captain a,
ford, c 2 0 0 Drake, If S S a Weathers, c 3 1 2 is Quit Manna
rap 0 0 Stiles, Zb 4 2 Sutton, 2b 3 0 0 The teams are holding regular ClaSSiCS '

sot lb i 1 1 LITTLE LEAGUERS HELP THEIR COACH OVERCOME Perry c 4 0 1 Beardsley, 1l S 0 0 practices with the aid of their ltHt
0 0 Landrove p 4 1 0 Hammock, II 0 0 0 coaches who have given much
U 1 THE COIN SHORTAGE Danny Beardsley center and Rodney Carlson 3b 3 0 1 Hill, cf 2 1 1 of their time In support of the ,
BID, right bring In the contents el their piggy bank to help Belcher, .s S 0 0 Roland, rl 0 1 0 league j

er AD a B '&their Coach Parkinson'. manager George Kemp, get throughthe Miller, Ib 3 0 0 VaM, rl 1 0 0 Ernie Miller has donated his inspired by ':;,j
II 4 3. a'PID. weekend business. The Little Leaguers learned that the Hooker, rf: 1 0 0 EI.er, rl 0 0 0 services as umpire for eachof r I ,

p.e lb 2 1 0 First Bank of Oewbton rationed lie pennies to $3 for each Navarro, rf 2 0 0 VI'W ____ 021 834-16 the four games played. Others SHERATON ADAM EMPIRE and t '

1 2 1 retail store last week-end. "If everyone will put all their coins Lanlston, cl 1 0 0 Uon. .. _... .......,-. 320 1006 who should be recognized are r ;
nap 0 0 0 in circulation, and not hoard them fa cooky Jars and piggy .Rodriquez, el 00 0 0 Mr Reynolds, O. M. Waters,
.rf 1 :2 1 banks, it will help all bnslneeses," said A. L. Moorman. Jr. Arrieto, cf' 0 0 : 0 Rotary 13 VFW IlU' Billy McGahee and Mike Mazzlna REGENCY

ilIOC D. 3b 1 1 0 at the First Bank of Clewbton. when he learned the Incident { Harper; d 1 00 Rotary defeated VFW 15-5 who have assisted Miller t !4'!'_ -... .\i i"C
1 ]EIbPlaer of Terry .as base umpires
If 1 2 -STAFF PHOTO. on the strong hitting
2b 1 2 0 AB a H Jacobs, Skipper Hall and Wm. Your support by attending ,. ,.
hbacb '
0 0 0scf Hough, 2b 5 0 0 Navarro. Jacobs and Navarro these games will be appreciated ,'
er. 2b 1 0 0 game Into extra innings with log in the winning run. Baker rl 4 0 2 each hit home runs for the win according to Mrs Hill Gamesare j

cf 0 0 0 SMU. Leone Hughes, 3b 1 1 0 ners and Hall and Navarro each scheduled through the month ,

.sIlO.rf 0 0 0 Lanny Sutton led the hittingfor Player AB -R H Shaffer, Ib 1 1 0 hit trIples. of July. ;a j
1 0 I > the Lions with 2 hits, one Holoubek. ss 4 01 Beardsley, el 3 0 0 Rotary 1
art p 0113-1 of them a double In the all.Important Hammock, 3b 1 10 Ellison, cf I 1 0 0 Keen p 1 S 0

q .9231-15 sixth Inning Ford, 3b 1 00 Norton, .s 1 2 0 Jacobs, cf 3 1 1 Swim registrationto 1 1j

/ In the bottom of the seventh, Robertson, p 4 1 1 Wood, e 3 1 0 Aquirre, ct 0 1 0 ,j
little 9-year-old Rodney Hill Edens Ib 4 01 Serlent, P S 2 1 HaUe 4 3 1 be this Friday .
Lieu 1 SMU 6K came to bat with 2 out and 2 men Weathers, e 4 00 SmIth, U 3 1 0 Navarro, is 2 4 2 '
Llonj scored three runs on base and proceeded to hit the Beardsley If 2 2 0 Legion ___ OM 202-1 Tomllnson 3b 3 0 0 Registration for the second

!snout I In the sixth Inning first pitch for a base hit, knock. Sutton, 2b 3 2 2 Elks __.:-_. '000 lOS-I Christie, 3b 0 0 0 session of_swim lessons will be j
ie the score and force the Ellington Ib 1 1 0 this Friday instead of Saturdaysince'
Miller 2b 4 0 0 the pool will be closed for
LIoN 22 Elks 1 Flschbach. 2b 0 O. 0 the 4th of July. Registration will
lead the hitting 1 1i.i
Johnny Cowart, If 2 1 1 take place between 9 and 12
attack with 3 hits as the M
lewiston Church Directory trounced the Elks 22-1 be- Norton, If 1 0 0 a.m. and 1:30: to 1:00: p.m. Lessons
Lions one-hit pitching of Bell, rf 1 1 will begin on'.\)uesday, July .
hind the 4 T with classes beginning at 9:00
Jones, rfLittle 0 0 : ,
1CH OF JESUS CHRIST COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Jerry Brent Holoubek.Wood collected the only VFW 9:30: 10:00: and 10:30: A.M. "
Booker Point 407 Royal Palm Avenue 102 E. Ventura Avenge Player 3B30

Paul Strickland, Pastor Henry H. Ford, Minister Rev. Bob L. Christie hit Lions for the Elks Blount, p 2 1 1 "' '. .

1 m.-5unday School. 8:45 .ro.-Sunday School 1:45: .m.-Sunday School. Player AB R, H Roth, Ib 1 0 0 Winners named in Wouldn't you like your bedroom dining room ,io .have 'OJ'

I -Morning Worship 11:00 a.m,-Morning Worship. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. Holoubek p 1 4 0 Rick.; Zb :2 1 0 the flair and finesse.of. stunning custom-designed Original. ': .'
twtdajr 11:00 a.m.-Nursery in the Parish 1:45: p.m.-Training Union. Horne 3b 3 2 0 Carlton, .s. $ 1 1 shuffleboard tourneyA .
Ipm.-Prayer Meeting. ... House. !:00 p.m.-Evening Service, Robertson.}ss 54 1Edena Bryan, 'c S 1 '0 Come see the exciting new Windermere Collection. I, ,, ( I '
Fellow..hla 1 1 shuffleboard tournamentwas
Ii:00 p.m.-Weatmlnater Wednesday: Dean; Ib S
irdayI 32 1 custom .
Ib Qver fifty : -designed Contemporary Originals with.the ,
I a-Youth Meeting. 7:00 p.m.-Officers and Teachers 41 a Kelly, cf 3 0 1 held at the Central Playground "
Weathers, e
Wednesday: Meeting Beardsley, If 01 0 Veale, 1l 2 0 0 on Friday June 26, with warmth and beauty of rare .and exotic woods. .. "I" ..I
fflTCMTI FENTECOSTAL 7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice.ST. I:00 p.m Midweek Prayer Hammock. If 01 0 DlcklOn, rf 0 0 0 participants who are registered r: fI" : : I
HOUNES8 CHURCH Service 20 0 Pullen, rf 1 0 1 entering and the following winners
Mb ClewlstMin t:45 p.m.-Choir Practice. Sutton 2b 0 Rotary 453 1215V. receiving awards certificates : I : i

J, R. Taylor, Pastor .MARGARET'S CHURCH Hill Kelly ct 2b 01 01 0 F. W. __. 202 01-5 : r i :
Father Robert A. Hostler j\
l-Sunday School.antMorning Ford, ct 12: 0 Midgets: Glrta
I:00 a.m.-SundaY Mass. Schedule
Worship. Esser cf 1 O' 0 1st Jane Passmore
7:00 p.m.-Sunday Mass 231 W. Otceola Avenue Friday, July > -
1 1
pm.-Sunday Evangelistic
Vann, rf 2nd Cindy Martin
7:00 a.m. -Dally Weekday Mua
Rev. David Denslow, Pastor Elks vs. SMU.
Soviet, 2 0
,0 3rd Linda
Roland, rf Fischbach
iaaitj 7:00 a.m: First Friday Mass. 1:45: a.m.-Church School. V. F. W. vs Legion

pm.-Prayer Service. 8:00 p.BU-First Wednesday 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service.. Elks Player AB R H Monday. JulyRotary < Boy lit si Mitch Murphy If

1 T each Ladles'month.Altar Catholic So- 1:00: p.m.-Methodist YouthFellowship. Hough, 2b 20 0 vs. $. M. U. 2nd Carl Berner '

pn.-T.outh Service. Baker rf 20 0 Lions vs. Legion 3rd Malcolm Wilson I
ciety. Wednesday Jody I -, ,I
00 0Seraent.
Norton, rf Jwlori Girls
Saturday: ... Elks vs V.I'. W.
OMBHDE Ib 0 1 0 lit Kim
t:30 a.m.-Religious Initruc- 'ST, MARTIN'S CHURCH Legion vs. Rotary
MHujr CHURCH tton.CHURCH Beardsley. cf 20 0 2nd Glnna Faye Sexton
W H Francisco Street (Evtseepal) Shaffer, p 20 0 3rd Claire McCarthy ff
]Rev Julian Pope Z07 N.I'a" Wood, c 20 1 Jin.lor4eiiJar.UarMGlddeM 2 BoF'I. ,J va
Lm.-&ulday SehaoLLxtiMorning OF CHRIST Rev. Clark H. DoI' Wlo Vicar Hughes, ss 10 0 i Vol. Fire lit Jimmy Martin .
Worship. IN Scot Central Arcane Sunday Services: fin 3b 1 0 0 Mandy Morrell opened the Jr. 2nd David Ellington J.i.i
P.B.-BTC. J. 3. Sullivan Minister 7:30 .nu Early Eucharist: Smith, 11 2 0 0 Sr. Major League Season pitchIng his- 3rd Ricky Baker &

P-m.-Evenlng Worship. Sunday; 10:30: a.m. Family Service and' LIons .... ."- 142 1s-:2 a one-hitter and batting Senior! Boys
family 10:00: ajJL Bible i School. Church School. Elk' _,,,,,,,.,.;. 000 1-1 team to2 victory over the lit Freddy Robertson PRICES' ARE UNBELIEVABLY' LOW! JS J

Pm.-Prijrer Service.' U:09 aunWorshlp., Saints and Holy Days as announced. Volunteer Bubba Schneider Fire Department.collected the 2nd Billy Morley S
7:00 p.m.Worship.Wednesday ,,Confessions. by appointment VFW I' UoaI only base-tit off ,MorreIl, a Girls 3rd Pat Clark
tTtTcg or coD : Led by the hlttIn of Gary double In the sixth inning Henry O'Donnell "
" p.m.-ldldweek devotionsand lit Susan Wilson
sona :30
Arm. Roth aDd Ricks. the VFW team Bowden also played an outstanding
BtWe Stady. 2nd Dede Engdahl '
Jot Coleman HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH surprised the Lion 164,handing fame for Glddens.
-8vnday School. Highway 7lRev. the Lou their Brat defeat 01 VoL Fire TRADITIONAL FURNITURE
Service .CHURCH'OF JESUS the JOWII season. Flues
Vic Turner Pastor
urn-Evening Worship.. .APOSTOLIC FAITH' .9 41 a.nu-fiunday School.. The Lions were led by the line 3b 2 1 '0 record 160 student have reg l..0 SO. DIXIE 333 FEDERAL HWY. 1
Soda Ctowhton : Morning Worship. batting of Johnny Weathers and Hare, c S 0 0Forebeecf istered at the Central 'Playground WEST'PALM BEACH LAKE PARK
11:00 a io
an-.Prayer Service.p Bro. Luther Dixon. Pastor : Union BID Edel1l who collected two 1 1 0 this summer as compared
: p 0 to 100 for the :
2 0 previous
10:09 a.Ok-Sunday School t 00 m.-Evenlng Worship.! hits each.. Orta..s
m.-Tgmg People's En VJ'W B. Redleh Zb 2 0 0 year.
11:00 a.m.PnaTuesdarl Wednesday: i
deavor. 100 p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Player A1RH McConville, lb I 0 0 '" .
Meeting. Carlton, s. 4 2 1 Nel.o4, U 1 0 0Fortel.rf'
7:30: nv-Prayer
1>aU11A i 2 0 0 0 '
CHURCH DeaD d 4 :I

**'*, ftwehee Street Friday 7:39 p::m. Young People's CLEWOTON ASSEMBLY OF Nelson, 11- 3 :2 0 Schneider, 'p 1 0 4Giddea '
Goodrich. Minister 2b 4:1: 0
im..Bbie School. Meeting.-' GOD RIck., Sb .4:1: 2 Player All It HFJhertoo NOTICE OF CLOSING '
am'Communion and 211 Booth Francis Street Roth, lb J 2 2 3b. 2 0 0 ; __ r
WVDYBilTmTamac James Kimbrel PastorSunday Blount, II 2 1 0 Campbell lb :I 0 0 : ; I
'Am. rounind e.m k CtowMam : Bl'1an c ::1:1: 0 Morrell p 2 2 Z ,
WAD Service Rev. Herb Hlgdon. Pastor 1000: a-nt_Sunday' SchooL Ee117, rl 1 1 0 Bowden, cl 11 l' ,All 'Hendry County Offices will be I' !
':45 a.m,,- anday School. 11:00 jDv-Mbrnlng Worship.! Veale, rf 1 0 0 SmIth: 0 _" I ,,1. 1 "..
1 ML-BlhUj Study 11:09 sunx;:.Worship Service. 11:00 s.m-rhndrtii'i Church. PuDen, rf 1 0 0 Carithen, as 3 0' 0 ., i

+nov 7:09! p.nv-Baptlt. Tralnin. 7:30: p.rav-Evangelistio: .Service Rgch, rl : ,0 0 0 Fletcher Zb I 0 0
aR'1 IPITr1Eas it Union. Wednesday: LJoos J. Red1ah, rt .2 1 1
7 W. EI Paso ,::09 pjiu-Worship. Service., 7.45 pjiu.Christ's. Ambassadors. player 3R0 Clark, U' 1'-1 1 Closed
> .Tuesday;, .. Robe11lOll II h G 0BorDe Cidden.- 102 o-a Friday s July 3 }
*akAtower Study. 1:00: p.mBrotherhood.. Thursday; 3bC 0 VoL'FIre 100 100 o-z ;
am Wednesday 7:30 ,pjtu Prayer sad BibtaStudy. ,
7-30 pjn. -Hour of Prayer.CO r

>ab7cbocl.1:31X(1:30 : .$: p.nx&-. Choir -FnetiM.' Friday.4:00.p.io: -Royal'J\aDpr-' :. DIED In observance ofIndependence r1 :- ::1' {' I! ,

: pang, Boys.rceldy that we might be free. The predou priv
leg of freedom we often too lightly acknowledge '
l To theee in bondage It It a

Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: 1'-f goal worth dying for. Day ft"

'.. .., [ I Christ died that we might be free. "If the
Hcry Parkinson's Inc. ,Son therefore shall make you free, ye
| County -
*Floyd Howell, Agent shall be free Indeed", (John 1:18): rN
Motors *rir*- tr1- IratePkaae
Complete DepartaMnt
NIoI R .'_::1 8TAKBABD:. 'Ott OOMAWTrGidde& '- I Community t :Presbyterian Church ... : '

Ken'Tra QewTston FederalSATOraR 407 Royal Palm FORD Avenue Minister N Board.of; County:Commissioners ,, k.:, ;:
tor'C Furniture HENBY-HOHRXLL v. .
> LOAM AST* I 49 .: Bible School 0:00 PJ14 'Youth'FeUo-arAlp $ .. i '
'( w j < I : >' .J ;; > --f' If
Store .\\:00 AJt Worship .f.neuu'':'' '.. -'My' J_ t :
Pridg"lat.--Gtiet .., .,. ", &._,' Inc.Tto I SERMON SUBJECT .. ... { I
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Service r ...:>mmOrp 3 "The 'Battle That" We Wage" ; :f" 'J ,: ,

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Attending were* Mr and Mrs

Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS: Clewiston. Fla. and Mr and Mr. W. T. Bem- Hires observing 50th anniversaryMr. Hi Haven WMU W. D. King, Mr. Al Baud,
Thursday July 2, 1964 bry, Jr. of SebrlngGrandchildren Mill Marjorie Daughtrey, Miss
and their Hildegrde Knot Miss Evelyn
spouse present were Mr. and elects officersA Lee, Mrs. Evelyn Nash Mr.
Mrs Gerald White Mr. and and Mr. Will Jernlgan, Mr.
Mrs. Dwayne Waldron.Mr. and program on Brazil was Beryl Bowden. Mr. Catherine
Mrs Ray Clark, Miss Judy presented at the regular meeting Brown, Mr. Anna Mae Jones
NEWS\{ Bembqr. Mrs, Carol Aunstrong, of the HI Haven Baptist Mr. Susie Yonce, Mill Patricia

, i:1 Danny KreldleflTOninVfeunley; W.M.U. Monday evening Mri. Powers.
: Brenda Waldron, Benv
Rusty Sam Rich was In charge of the carS Ire ltd
I '" bry, Hal and Fran Taylor_ program and Mrs. C. W Mann with
H. g r t a t grandchildren present presided at the'TnetUng. us fj
were Janet and Jerry White, Ty Reports were given by Mrs Miss Sutton any other
1 I Honors Honor Mrs. Owenson
given Waldron, Steve Clark and Debra Joe Jackson and the devotions Find out why IIItII
Lynn Armstrong. Also present were In charge of Mrs. W. R.

I ftJ Rainbow Girls her birthdayA Morgan were Mr.Mr and and Mr Mr**.. Robert Beder Broadrick and Mrs. Velma date for wedding Abner H.

of Clewliton Assembly dinner party at the home Storey.
,i,' a } Member the Nan Linda Nail Bob Cope Vann
of Rainbow Girl are of Mr. and Mr. Tom Owen The group elected officers for Mill Patricia Sutton of Clew. [ ;
Mrs. Ruth Pedrlck, Talbert
:I:; pleased with the recognition given ., honored his mother, Mr*. Ruth Covart and Mrs J C. Snipe next year as follows: President, iston and Billy Bryant of Moore Ph.
i them through the recognition B Owen on her birthday last of Tampa Rev. and Mr. Vic Mrs. Velma Storey, vice pre.l.dent Haven have let the date for ,
I, of member at the Grand AsS Tuesday. Guests were her alai tor Turner of HI Haven Baptist Mr. W. R Baxter; secretary their wedding on August 8th. YU 2.591?
Jacksonville Mrs H. R. Lamb and Mr. and treasurer, Mrs. Joe
l aembly, held in ters. Church and Tommy Carlther The ceremony will take place'
Rack. J. O Pearce. Sr. of Okeecbo- Jackson\; program chairman, '
: last week. Miss Diane of Clewiston at seven.o'clock: at the First
1, itraw served as Grand Page- bee. Mr, and Mr. C. B. Owens, Mrs. C. W. Mann, prayer chair. Baptist Church In Clewiston. STATE FARM """
: at-Large and Miss Becky Spire Patricia, Diane and Cy Owens Mrs Bembry left for Tampato man, Mrs. Sam Rich; mission Mr. .Bryant la stationed la 85(51( tee. twa,,
i, in the Grand Choir. Miss Judy Mr. and Mrs J. U Owens and Spend several days. study, Mrs. W. R Broadrlck; Southpakota. I 8,5e 11101;9Wagla,a"e "u
; ,
.. Vann served on the Grand Finance daughter, Kathy,.Mr. and Mrsj/ community mission Mrs. H. V. /
: Committee for the year Tom Owens and Kay Owens of j j r Turner and Mrs. Jack Lowe,
Miss Diane Rackstraw was Clewiston and John Owens of J Johnson-Lindsey

appointed Grand Representative Pensacola.
to the State of Illinois for Mr. and Mr. Edgar Johnson Let us
next year. Mrs Abner Vann announce the approaching mar- ,e Witnesses plan-
was reappointed Grand Deputy Party honors riage of their daughter Jacqueline y
r,' of District 18. Edwina. to Richard Wayne AIR CONDITIONyour
I Mrs Carlos Dickey, Mother Mrs. Addie Bembry. Llndsey, son of Mrs. J. R. Var- 4-day convention
Advisor, accompanied the Clew nadoe and the late John M.

1 iston delegate, Sally Oliphant, Mrs Addle Bembry was bonored Llndsey. and Mr. Alto Hires will vited to call. Mr. Robert Osborn of Clew car
.' Jan Wilson Marcia Futch, on her birthday, June 21, The informal ceremony will celebrate their Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Hires are longtime iston, Florida, presiding minister .
Sheila Carlton. Diane Rack. with a family party at the home take place at seven o'clock Friday Anniversary Sunday afternoon resident of the area and of the dewlston, Florida Complete with installation $
Straw, Becky Spires and Judy of her daughter Mrs R. E. evening July 3rd In the with an Open House 'at their are well known in the county. Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses 1Beck
Vann, to the Assembly. Kreidler and family. Presentwere First Methodist Church of Clew. home on the Fort Denaud Road Mr. Hire is a former county laid today plans have Easy budget plan .
Miss Maureen Barney, Lees- all seven of her children, Iston The Rev. John Whitehead LaBelle. commissioner of the Denaud been completed for the forthcoming One Day installation
I. burg, Grand Worthy Advisor her grandchildren, great grandchildren of Moore Haven will officiate. All friends are cordially In district 4-day district convention.,
will pay her official visit to the and friends. A reception will be held In the tcheduled In Jacksonville,'Fla
I Clewiston Assembly on July Attending were Corbit Bem Social Hall of the church Immediately July &12. MotorsPhone
30th The Assembly Is in summer bry of Fort Pierce Mr. and afterwards.No Miss Sonja Sanders becomes bride of Convention officials have estimated !
recess during the month of Mrs. Leon Bembry, Gordon Invitations are being sent that 13,000 persona from
j" July but will plan a special Bembry, Mr. and Mrs. George and all friend of the couple are Florida and Georgia as wen as YU 3-1301 Clewittoo
meeting to honor the Grand Waldron, aU of Clewiston, Mrs. Invited to the ceremony and to 21 other states, Canada, Puerto
I Worthy Advisor. Elsie Stanley of Belle Glade, the reception afterward. James Farrer candlelight ceremony Rico and the Bahamas are expected
I: to attend. The conven-
tion Is one of 37 that are being
Miss Sonja Sanders, 311 East eonopsls and Cattlyea orchids sponsored by the Watchtower Advertising doesn't cost. .jt PAYS
I t Sagamore'Avenue, became the and stephanotis Mr. Vaun Bible and Tract Society and the
..! bride of James Farrer In a candlelight Wimberly of Mobile Ala. at- Jacksonville congregations ofJebovab' r
'j at the Clew. tended the bride as matron of .
ceremony .
.! ,I iston Assembly of God Saturday honor, She was gowned In a Witnesses 1 ..m'I; II 't'_ tt'DlI'n":
j Mr. Osborn said all membersof __ .. :
Old proverb evening 'The Rev. James,, F deep pink formal and wore a
i \ the congregation are Invitedto .
; KImbrel officiated. matching headpiece. She car. Z
attend the convention Including : -
\ An arch entwined with greenery rled a bouquet of pink carnations children. The Is

: fit's the heat. and. white white blossoms and in Bridesmaids centered were with rosebuds.Miss Mary designed to aid the program entire family THRIFTY
: not flanked with taper
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cathedral candelabra formedthe Sias, Clewiston, Miss Barbara In beneficial study of God's
Word the Bible and be able to
Brown, Durant, Fla and Miss
_,_ party.background Baskets of for white the wedding gladioliand Judy Golden, Lakeland, dressed better In their perform borne Christian servIce -.
ij i it's the humidity congregationsSome
pompom were placed at alike In pale pink, fashioned In of the families attending DRUGSWeekend
cI either side of the kneeling bench Identical design to the honor attendant
the are Mr. and
kneltto s. They carried like
where the couple
Mrs. Robert Osborn, Mr. and
of carnations and Special
exchange their vow. bouquets pink
Mrs. Robert
.' Overholt, Jr., Mr.
t Mr*. Lewis Kelly, soloist, and and Mrs Jack Willis and fam
Mrs. James F, KImbrel organ- David Farrer of Lakeland was fly Mr. and Mrs Fred Naile,
;- its, presented wedding music best man for his brother. Ushers Jr. and family, Mrs Margaret TOMATO SURPRISE!
; ? 7Im TOTAL PERFORMANCE The traditional wedding marches were John Barrow and Ed Overholt, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
[ tana CONDITIONER were used and Mr. Kelly White of Eagle Lab and Den- Harris and family.A .
( AIR tang "I Love)'You Truly';. "0. nis Posters, of Clewiston discourse on baptism and Tomato stuffed with your choiceof
Perfect Love", and '0 lard The bride is the daughter of Its meaning will be deliveredon
BRINGS THE HUMIDITY DOWN FAST Most Holy", \ Jj i; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sander of Friday, followed by Immersion chicken, tuna or ham salad

| Removes up to 18 quarts of moisture from the air in a day! The bride entered with'beg J a-, Lansing Michigan, ,,and the at a local: pool.
ther by whom she was live lJn groom Is the son of Mr. and hard .cooked egg slices
marriage. Her wedding' gown Mrs. Ven Farrer of Eagle Lake
j was a floor length silk organza, Fla. .111 "1 irFor membersat pickled beets saltines garnished

fashioned with a scoop necklfce her daughter's. wedding
THAN MANY "CENTRAL1 AIR CONDITIONERSNEW on the fitted bodice, which vas Mr. Sanders chose a light blue Dutch luncheonA
fJ f trimmed in Chantilly lace and sheath, with white accessories.She 70
group Business and Professional *
iced pearls, with a small bow wore a white orchid cor Womens
J dubs and
at the front waistline( The long sage. Mrs Farrer was dressed friends
enjoyed Dutch
a treat
sleeve ended In calla point In blue flowered dress, /
a worn
tfiMiiii luncheon at the Glades Pit Strawberry Shortcake 301?
( The full skirt with applique of with white accessories Her cor-
/ III mm- lace and pearl had a wide bind sage was a white orchid.A Ruth Beardsley Tuesday give to hear an Interesting Mrs

of lace and featured a chapel
reception In the Fellowship
account of travels In 1 'ti'8JI WII'1t"l'IJ&Il
train. Her bouquet was of phiel- J
4 Hall of the church followed the Europe thl. aummer ..
23,000 BTU ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS ceremony. A white linen em-

Happy broidered and cutwork cloth
), .,-4r. Birthday overlaid the bride' table. The
; July J.-Dean three tiered wedding cake was WILSON'S

r.1 : ,,d derson, Harry Parrish, Carr topped with a miniature bride
1. ,,; Settle (And congratulation to and groom and served with 359NO.
1#< : Frank and Liaise Conkllng on punch to the guest Assistingla BAKERITE
,: I' I I IIt their wedding anniversary!) the hospitalities were Mrs.
\ July -Elsie McNeUl Earl David Farrer. Miss Kathy
\ Dyes* W. C. NaU Mr. Bar- Ranla and Miss Carol Ranta of Y .
nle Bryan, Mary Fay Walker. Eagle Lake and Miss Anna Pos. J% CAN QUICK QUAKER
(And to June and Leon Bem tell of dewliton MIll Sandra Peaches Ibs 39<
( bry "'en their 27th annlver- Gann presided at the bride' .rrrrrr 2for53g Grits uu. 5- i
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1' July' Laverne Redlsh, Joyce For her wedding trip to the CHARCOAL FOR DISHES
Sears. east coast of Florida the bride $1.09CORAL
I HJiliuith1MODEL July 5-Stanley Council m. M. changed to a navy suit with Briquets ... 20lb. Suds .. ..Qt.Jjj

It.. W. Big Lynda Domlnguex. white accessories: and a white CATTLEMENS SAM
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1 July 6-Helen Texton W. N. orchid corsage.Following HERSHEYS
I'J Martin Lovvorn Currie, W. their trip the young Barbecue Sauce 19-oz.29c 391
'J \ ; H. Adams Dink Davis, Mary couple will be at home at S09 : Choc. Bars un- ..
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fornia are visiting Mrs Jackie at her home on Avenlda del Rio Charles Christiandies Biloxi Mist. and Mrs. Anna Clewiston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five

Roberts and Mr. and Mrs Bll- are her granddaughter aDd her Sergeant weds Luckey, Lake Worth; and three __Thurada"_ July 2. 11M I
lie Roberts for a few weeks. husband Mr and Mri. Dale in ImmokaleeCharles grandchildren -- --

Guests last weekend were Mrs. Foster of Elmhurst, III. Mr Christian was a memberof War I veteran. Home chapel in Fort Myers
Vlrtle Meeks' IOn A/1C Elton Mr and Mr* Keith; King have West Berlin brideA Christian 72, of Immokalee the American Legion Post Funeral services were conducted with Rev L E. Daniel officiating.
Meeks, and family, of Home returned from a vacation of lev- died unexpectedly: and of the First Baptist Church, Sunday afternoon at the Interment was In the Fort ,. I
stead. era! weeks In the North. romance which bridged the Wednesday, Just two days after Immokalee. He was a World Leo W. Engelhardt Funeral Myers Cemetery.

Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Tomeu Mr. and Mrs Claud jGlddeni Atlantic Ocean and persisted the funeral of his wife Mrs .....
and family, who have resided art spending thli week with through 2V4 years of separation Mary Nell Lee of Northbrook,
In Clewlston for the past two friends and relative In Macon, culminated In the recent marriage In. his daughter, who had come :t
PERSOPS' years, left recently to make Georgia. of Staff Sgt Ronald S. to her mother's funeral and remained -

their home In California. Hughes, of Qewlston, and Miss for a visit of several ,
of Unlo*. Mr. and Mrs A W. Waldron Ruth Mader; ' Ruth Hileman Tuesday after' and children have returned The Sergeant and his bride are his bed when she returned from
i Penns left week. from a week's vacation in North now in San Angelo, Treat, a brief visit with friends In
odnI; three Paulpareats Carolina. where he atationed. at Good- Clewlston. :
and Mr. Patients discharged Kathryn .
Mr -
Mrs. Al Etenson and Mr. and fellow Alf Force Base. Upon Mr. Christian was immediate- : : I
Webb Charlie Parker, Pearl
rich Roberts II spending Mrs.' Jack Crawford of Miami Bullard and baby Charles Roy his discharge from service, lytken to the Naples Hospitalby One "
fichael j were In Clewiston Sunday visiting Mrs. Lee, Charlie Thurmondwho StopService i
seeks .t the Catholic- er, Carl Price, Mable Sergent which Is expected In about seven : :
era! Good Counset Al Etenson. Elizabeth Roberts and baby, months, they will come to was employed at their .n.r : :
th camp Floral City. He iii a Mrs.. Charles B: Owens and Benjamin Sanford, Pat Dees, Clewlston to reside. home, Christian Acres, and i I
al t Mrs. Ruth B. Owens business
for 'the were Deputy Sheriff Fred Worth, but
staff Francis Benefleld. James Rudd,
cf the The sergeant and his bride
mber visitors in Miami the first he was pronounced dead on arrIval '
bier, of the week Raleigh Mathls. Willie E. Morgan met in Germany, where he was at the ,,
Carln.!: the reign- Herbert Stewart, Lucille hospital.Surviving .
Janice on duty two and one half years
tie Mr. and Mrs. Mack Booth and .
is spending a West, Nell Howard James Me- are the daughter, I
Sugar Their friendship continued '
)His. In Kingston, Jam- family left yesterday for a vacation David, Regina Maddox, Hor- ago. Mrs. Lee, one brother, Walter : ,: :
week during the intervening years
ind aunt stay at Fort Myers Beach. Christian of Clewlston. three .
uncle tense Vanes, Eula Mitchell. '
with Be) while he fulfilled a 12 month tour 0
a. Mr. and Mrs Perl C Spires
Carlin. Her sisters, Mrs. Laura House Fort .
Jack Patients remaining Fannie
:jlr of Alaska,
and dut.1in spent a :year J :
and Becky Spires
accompanied her to Mi- wedding of Miss Margaret Rector, James Rudd, Jackie In Syracuse University, and was Pierce, Mrs Mattie Symms, !

I feto board Carlin.the plane.will Her re- England and Wm. A. Layton, Goldman Orta., Maria Henry Morrell Carver, Ramon Byrl- then assigned to Texas. :

siD, Drew of Jr. In Fort Myers on Sunday. Miss Mader came alone from '" ;
visit a
for a Ingram, Glenda Howard, James
with her Mr. and Mrs...Floyd Andrews Germany on the M. S. Berlin Lake X "wl. E
Clewlston. Knott Sallle Tommie, Naomi June Lots
weeks week of the North German Lloyd I '.
J, *, Brnnnen returned,,last from a vaca- Tommie, Norma Stewart, Lucille ; i I I IOJ
irsndMrs this tion visit In Baldwin, Panama Line She landed In New York !
leaving Crockram, Joann Palmer, I
famIlY are \ ((50 ft. each) ,
i visit
in City and Ormond Beach This and came to Clewiston to .
camping trip Walter Dixie, Thomas C. Moore, ,
for a
their the sergeant's parents, Mr. and i
week grandsons Aubrey
and Larry Walker of South Bay T. C. Musgrave, Jeff Salisbury, Mrs. Ernest Hughes, and the $4,000 each : '
of all kinds-
ft"and Pennlng- *
rod family Mrs have moved have been their guests. Jails. Martinez{ Edna Thompson family. She and the sergeant 1/8 DOWN TERMS Printing I

\ Gewlston. He Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Erl- were married In a civil ceremony Phone Lake Placid fd835M41
I m pahokee will be interested to BIRTHS performed by Justice of
log Sonju
ChemlCompany' -
manager of Glades In Pabokee learn that she i I. confined to Mr and Mrs. James F. Stoott- the Peace H. E. Crosby on June Letterpress printing in any size or quantity. We can
plant lar, 3038 Western Avenue Park first
I u now manager completed of the com-and North Swedish California Covenant, Hospital.Chicago, 5145 HI, Forest, lU. are the parents of a also handle register forms, continuous forms for
iji' recently daughter, Abigail Rebecca, born r !
DId fcrtlllzer plant In Lake 25th.following The Sonjus surgery are there winter on June residents Saturday, Juae 27th, weighingsix billing machines. If it's printed, we can do it for you

bur of Clewlston,. and a host pounds, 12 ounces. Mrs. 4-H leaders .'
and Miss
Meeks get
Vlrtie Stottlar Is the former Carline Thurs quickly and
Webb of San Diego; Call- of friends wish for her a speedy FrL. July 3.3 economically. :
rrI Berner of Qewlston DOUBLE FEATURE .

recovery.Mrs. C. H. Miner was In West Mr and Mrs A. O. Walker, training courses FAMILY PROGRAM '" "1"' .. .
Palm Beach Saturday, and her Jr. of South Bay, are parents "RHINO" : : .. "

grandson. David Miller, returned of was a daughter born June, Eva 24th Nadine In Good, who Sa- A series of three classes in True adventure filmed In 1;( Engraving- .

with her for a week's visit maritan Hospital The baby 4-H dub leadership Is being arranged deer ,.
This weekend Mrs. Miller and adult leaders 1
for the
David will meet his parents weighed six pounds 13. ounces who work with the various 4-H "CRAZY OVER HOBSES" We handle wedding( announcements, ;. invitations ,
former ,
Mrs. Walker Is the Mary ,'
and Mrs. R. A. Miller and The "
Mr. Clubs In Hendry'counl1.. Assistant Bowery Bon Go Wild
family la Bradenton Beach for Fay Mr;Andrews.and Mrs. Walter Lee Agent Jerry Flint said this personal business cards or any 'other type of.engraved : ? "
a vacation stay. week. The leadership course la Sat. July 4
> a. Dr. and Mrs. Lionel Beatty of Hughes are the parents: who of a for adults only, and will be presented Try safe sane Fourth at. Cool stationery y .' /
Sandra Lee, was :
Fort Myers visited Sunday with daughter Dixie. .
w born on Thursday June 11, in by Gordon White, Gainesville 1-
d their parents, Mrs. Betty Beatty assistant state 4-H
General Ho8 ltlL The Agent "SOLDIER IN THE RUN" .
and Mr. and Mrs. Claud Gid- Hendry .
assisted by Mr. FlintMr. JACKIE GLEASON
baby weighed six pounds, two .
dens. ounces. White will review the entire Rubber Stamps- "
Mr. and Mrs. H. Curtis
have returned from Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mitchellare 4-H program from national "GCN HAWK"
Thompson parent of a daughter, born aims and organization to the RORY CALHOUN 5
at Fort Myers 5-day service given kind of rubber
vacation stay
a on
Wednesday June 10, at Hendry state and local clubs. He*will any stamp.
8 Beach. General Hospital. The baby point out the various little- Sun. > Mon., July 8.0 1
Minnie Etherton,, of Signature take r'
Mrs. little longer but be
visitor' in weighed eight pounds four known opportunities and possibilities "633 SQUADRON" stamps a can secured
Moore Haven was a
ounces, and has been named which are open through
OewUton this week; She Is CUFF ROBERTSON ,
and leader
Tammle. 4-H Clubs, which the -
leaving for Carbondale, QL, for The blazing pulse
direct In their local
Mr. and Mrs. JImmie Rob can dirs:1r:
an extended visit with her fir work. fighting planet.
erts of Big Cypress are parents that ever flew across our ..
ter, Mrs. Olive Bradley.
12 There will be a series of three
of a girl born Friday June icreen.
George Beck C. J. Nielsen, weighing, 8Vi pounds. She has classes* which will be repeatedIn Advertising \ .' :
Nash and David Veale : i
Jeffrey '
been named Leona. each side of Hendry county :'; : :
EfIa1t1tllI] wilt attend the race. In Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Burnlce Brown, for the convenience of leaden I I

Beach on the Fourth of July. are parents of a son. Ted, born residing in those areas. The offered to,you through: ,the Clewiston News. If your' .
Guest of Mrs. H. A. Bestor June 12, at Hendry General Hospital first class will be given In Clew t t

weighing seven pounds, sine on July I and In LaBella business requires reaching. the mass market this ,is '
four ounces. on July 7t; the 'second In Clew .. '. ., '. .

.. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McGlrtare Iston on July 27 and In LaBelle your headquarters for a single advertisement or, a. M
i Il" parents of a son James, on July 28, and the third In t I

'C ;I .i;; 'bO'urI ounces who weighed_on his six arrival pounds at, three Hen- LaBelle Clewlston August on August 19. All 18 classes and in continuous. campaign. ._ : ti ,

lfi1FAS dry General Hospital, June 14th. will start at 8 p.m.; In the Hen- : t '

Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bullard dry county subofflea or court y ... L. 1.

I ; Branch are arrived parents June of 20 a at girl Hendry Judy,General who house. with new Direct Mail ServiceThe )

Hospital. The baby weighed LAWNBOYFINGERTIP .... I

,, :: Office eight Mr.pound and Mrs.ten the Jackie ounces.birth Crock of a Teen dancesin I, ( largest circulation in Eastern'Hendry County is 1

lANKBYMAIt: : June daughter.29th.Retina The baby on Monday weighed, LaBelleTeen We offer a direct mail addressing service for your .J 'JOr. I

eight pounds seven ounces. MOWING EASE:' printed literature. Reach every home in Clewiston I r : i
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Stewart, age dances are being I .:
are the parents of twin boys, held In LaBelle at Intervals and rural routes by using our specially prepared 1 1:.>

We Even The born Tuesday, June 30, it Hen- through the summer months, $ \
Pay Postage! dry General HospitaL The weighedfive babiesare under sponsorship the Recre- .r.rI.rk mailing,list. Rates gladly given on rt guest. i
named Stone, who ation Club. The Club Is i 4-H J
ril! ; w 1
Make' pounds eleven project but attendance, at the I :
deposits, add to'your savings account Mark, who weighed five pounds, dances la not limited to 4-H Pictures- "

four ounces. Clubbers, but Is to all Teen r
open I '
pay bills, all through; the.mails I Ii Agers. / k ." :9

i .' J" The dances are held at the Extra prints of pictures taken by the' News staff 1 4 'I
Our Co. :
bank by mail;plan saves youtime Glades Roofing Legion Hall hi LaBelle, and a
All Type .f Reef "d charge of SO cents single or 75 may be secured. Please place orders
and energy'FIRST ghee Metal West cents per couple la mad. The as soon as possible i

New Cettstmettesi or Rhythmettes played for the last after picture is taken
Repels Jetw dance and approximately 40 or appears paper. 1

2-7111 Teen Agers enjoyed the occa '
Day er Breatonr. sion.The next dance is scheduled .
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of 85,000of W all aluminum tion catalogue numbers, and and
suit? and with < quantity of Same shall b* considered E::., to reject
.e SIX THE CLEWlSTON NEWS Clewtston, Fla. Topless bathing neutral wiresand I :J :.hallsInclude I f : a* a guide for standard any e4 III

Thursday, July 2, 19S.I transfer, removal. and Install construction. bl1.bbd\ :egr,0:
second A bid bond In the (0 NM' altllpt
1' Jlas of all transformers amount ef (1) He ::
arise, ..", ICOl. trtet lights aec'- 1% of total bid must accompany w'Ithln shall etas ": NM:
ondary control. and removal. of this propoaal. thirty ::'btny,
4 I* TUB CIRCI'IT COI'RT I" old lln*. Dtll of constructionare Any bid :received: after time :lIU.. COntract i. lnh
Mammals with a mission \\o ton tiK'vnnr COUNTY. shown on Dwg No. S4-I5S. and date specified will not b* (I) Work .....
FLnRIDACIIAxcknl' Copl.s .of these drawings areavallnble considered and no bidder may will Iyfl I
I 11I0. 11I11II I at the office of Mr. C. withdraw his bid for a periodof .fl tarrlxty (teo)enonplttll,
DIVORCE P, Blair In Clewlston. Seta of fourteen (14) day after the ((5) He _
LJ d. rw HOWARD, Plaintiff be secured from data *et for bid opening. Bidders
canal RUB ELL theee print* can .' ll.r1or'.ft\
that's satgo. ,
't sea cows in a vs.RUELICN, ttr. Blair or from the Consulting qualification must be at- "". ,.
HENRY- HOWARD. Engineer. t factory to the City of Clewl- number.Ileie' ."..
{ Defendant Construction hall be standardr0" ton. Each bidder by submitting a (4) BI depsdwill twhl IIIL.
NOTICH TO DFFBND': .." steel bow braces, bid hall guarantee that If
If you see a sea cow In a methods of weed control proved TOt Rueben Henry Howard and 11 arm KV Insulators, with line awarded the contract h* will LI.blllty mane Con,Dense Ion, Vnh,

: canal, don't look around lor expensive and Ineffective was Address UnknownYou guards on 78i all aluminum only within ten (10) calendar day age Iaeurance and esd Pokh p..j;
notified that a b .
are hereby according to after notice given of *uoh.award iq0
} snakes or pink elephants. The decided to look into the matter .nit for divorce hee been filed the and City shall* Electrical be done. DI.trlbutionIIt.nd.rd. enter Into a written contract nl.h luur.nc.prayer. Cert10 far,.

.. sea cow will be real placedIn ierlously. aialnst you by Rub-H Howard In prepared by C. B. MoCartney with the City of Clewle/ connection to lh. ClIJ vale It
court You are required ton Hendry Counts, theca It
above Florida In
the ((8)) .
Fu11 l
the canal to emulate real cat Last month the test began, a e 'A j n+J to file your answer with Engineer accordance with the accepted by the payment will o

tle. The sea cow,-manatee to Seaquarlum crew located and the Clerk of the Court and to bid. 1Ion I.Clty completed' :alb

i I the scientists-Ia animal netted five manatee In the MI- ,. w serve a copy thereof upon Florida H. P., All new material shall b* fur.nlshed Bid "hall b* addressed to Mr. c.Pted for ant ..
4. now an J o h n lon, Clewlaton. by the contractor and any C. F. Blair City Hall J. Clewlatoe City lI"n"rrer the CII y ., ...
; with a mission. The mission is ami River not far from the airport Plaintiff attorney, on or before. material salvaged and not used Fiorlde' plainly marked"Proposal sulting and tht r"aPLORID
July 27l 4 otherwlee. thle .oxpla In this construction hall become for Electrical Dlatrl- Engineer.
In They have been placed Ina
to eat the grass will proceed
tlon the property of the city button Line Conatructlon" on the ; Cl.EWITtI
the canals just as real cattle sturdily fenced area of an Wltnei* my hand and neat of A preliminary list of material out.lde of the envelop. Th. Cityof ,
aid Court In LaBell., Florida, for this construction Clewleton reserves the CN-//C. F Blair
necessary rightto
I keep pasture grass neatly mow FCD Canal. this lath day. of Juno. 1914, attached hereto, giving descrip waive Informalities In any JuaC :
t !.
ed. After the mammals were DorothY M ClarkClrrk July, I. 1911I

brought back to the Seaquarlum, 'i Circuit CourtBy
i Judy Long;
t tJ their lengths, girths, and weightswere deputy clerk

recorded as follows: ,4, a5 .y t l ('I.rk' Seal

J ((1)) Female 11.."' In length; :i.' j, June'N-405 29, July t. I, II. 1IMmiTATIO WHERE THERE'S SMOKE..THERE'S

girth 9'4"; weight 2,170 FIRE

pounds. TO BIDDERS':
CommlMlon of the
The City
((2)) Female, 7'2" In length: Y City of Clewlston will receive

y girth 4'8"; weight 337 bids up to S:II P.M. BST. July
4, 1964 on the following; equip-

((3)) Female, 7'9" In length; m.nn. (1)) 100 Raglan. per hour
output or equivalent
girth 5'B"; weight 384 machine for Mosquito Con

pounds. trol.
1 machine to be completewith
((4)) Male 7'6" In length; girth Thle gasoline I power
7'4"; weight 871 pounds. control valve .

1 ((5)) Female, 8'9" In length; pipes. with to operate connections properly.necensary -

girth 8'5"; weight 1,312 This machine to be completefor

pounds. THEY'KE WONDERFUL! WHY DIDN'T CROWN FOLKS and one delivered(1) man FOR operation Clew-

The Seaquarlum hopes to net DISCOVER THEM LONG AGO Angela Ellison, one year eld) (.ton, Florida
The CommlMlon reserves" the
a sixth manatee sometime this daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ellison, beams with entln- right to accept the lowest or THERE'S

summer. slum at her topless number In her private! swimming. pool beat bid and to reject any or
Scientists from Florida Atlantic .all bide
) University at Boca Raton Loaded into wooden boxes on the front lawn at, 427 W. Haiti Avenue STAFF PHOTO. CITY OF CLEWISTON ,
filled with water, the manateeswere By: C P. Blair
'I are directing a study to see If transferred by trucks C. F, Blair '
manatees not be useful In City ManagerCNOle
1 may from the Seaquarlum to the selected first-aid forget
or courses may
1 keeping weeds and grass from June 15. July I, 1914n RED
FCD canaL They are BOW Director speakson what they have' learned and HOTHot
canals the interferes
; vegetation -
j busily at work eating weeds. reading the booklets will! refresh It'
: with the flow of water TUB CIRCUIT COURT
And watching: them from the canal their memories with some of AUD FOR HFMDRT COUNTY
j p and the Central and Southern
banks Is Dr. Peter Sguros, Civil DefenseAt the Important lessons, said Mr. FLORIDA"
Flood Control district is now CHANCERY NO. HITS
assistant professor of Florida Walker. GLADYS 0. BRIDGES Plaintiff.VS. .
spending some $140,000 a year .
Atlantic University who Is directing -
to keep Its canals clear of obnoxious Rotary Club's luncheon Carl Hornsby presided at the JOHN BRIDGPS.': Defendant

vegetation, and the canal the study program. Also meeting Monday at the Inn, meeting. Guests were Pete McIntyre NOTICR TO DEFENDTO
John Bridge
S watching from the banks are Ken Hendry county member of the Belle :
<< system Is now only 40% a Addreia unknown
complete I II officers of the Florida Board of Civil Defense director, was Glade Club and John Coins and You are hereby notified that a
if ult for divorce ha. been filed
Conservation under commandof
He reviewed the history of LaBelle.
t speaker. M. C. Smith against you by Gladys 0. Brides
a ,I i FCD has a pile of correspondence Lt. William Saunderson of of Civil Defense in the In the above Court. You are required

o j four inches thick, relative Miami. The manatee Is protected county particularly the classes to file your answer with
NOTICB the Clerk of the Court and to
; to the use of manatees for weed under Florida law and a In survival which have been The Board of County Commissioner .frv a copy thereof upon H. P.

; t control. Scientists do not seem stiff fine and Jail term await conducted at intervals for the of Hendry County, Florida J o h n s o n, Clewleton, Florida,
plaintiffs or before
attorney on
will flint In regular Mulon
to know how much weeds a anyone who molests or kills one. past few :years, +day. July 14. 1184 at July 17 li<4; otherwise, this action It y u
manatee consumes, but they It's hoped that the new study fooT'i: .M. for purpose of Marine will proceed ex purte.
I The interest in these classes Witness hand and seal of
objection to. or oomplalnti my
know the animals vegetarians will help In preservation of the
are -
4 regarding the supplementing of aid Court In LaBelle, Florida,
reached a peak at the time of
i and subsist entirely on manatee-now threatened with the Road and Bridge Budget for thU t4th day. of June, 1X4.
the confrontation with the Russians /., Dorothy Moore Clark
the fiscal year ending September -
weeds and grass. In 1960 it was possible extinction well as
Clerk Circuit Court
over missiles in Cuba, and SO, 114. The SupplementalBudget
I reported that some of the mammals providing new answer to weed la at follow (Clerk's Seal)
has waned since CN-487
were being used effective- control problems in Florida. REVENUES and RECEIPT. June U. July 0. t, 11. 19.
Balance to bo brought forwardCaen :
"At that time attendance in
I ly in the canals of British If the study proves as successful (CE xca.r received. over .tom

;. Guiana At first FCD officials as many authorities believe classes rose to. 55 and on occasion amount budgeted) 110,000.00 it THR CIRCUIT COURT or

Joked about using manatees, It may be that the homely to 70 persons", said the di- ESTIMATED EXPENSES THE TWIII.II: Jt'nif'ML CIH-.
411 Maintenance ef niT OP Tilt STATIC OP FI ORIII -
but as time went on and other sea cow will be put to work rector. Interest was high, but Equipment i(0000 *. IV AND FOR HRNDRY

-not only In Florida but In has dropped with the passageof 411 Gas and 011 16004 COUNTY Ill CHANCERY
414 Other Supplies 4,471.00 HO.' an** rM
tropical and sub-tropical countries time since the crisis seems 441 Road Construe- ORDER TO SHOW CAUSES news on the hottest compact In town-Valiant/64/ style!
tlon 4,000,00 HOLI.ES DRAINAGE
Sugarland Pharmacy arourtd the world-eating1 past 411 Pureha.e of -: DISTRICT, a drainage ( Sales are at a sizzlin' high-and Dealer
Plymouth is
Walker distributed
the mammals' favorite diet of Mr some RI..ht-of.\\oa 1.121.00 district of the State .f ) your

I ;: PIZZA water weeds, and helping hu- new booklets on Personal and 050,000,00' Florida, Petitioner offering red-hot deals, trading like It was midsummer! He

minlty while growing fat and Family Survival and on Medical Dorothy Clark wants to keep the heat on right through the model
Self-Help Training. Persons Clerk OF FLOK. year.
I YU Id flood control and Irrigation
2-3311 happy CM-4 l IDA, and the Property So for the best deal on the best all-around
who have had earlier classes compact, answer
canals everywhere., IIII.Ie. ltd Ownera, Taxpayer and )
Cltlune Drainage of District Bollee, the smoke signal from your nearby Plymouth. Dealer I

County of Hendry. Including

I: I ATTENTION! 'fZ ;w," owning and, lubtect property non-resident Reipondente.to therein taxation AT PLYMOUTH DEAHR'SBECK

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in m wuoi/ WIT mm uun
Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers THROUGH THE STATE! AT-



P A Low Cat Farm Mortgage M, NON-RESIDENTS
i {! Win Furnish Cash TeKetloanee It'S OMMRAILEUP AND ALL OTHERS! HAVINO ORCLAIMING and San Benito Street Clewuton, Fla.
... Finance farm IIIIpr".nu new bofldlag. pu. .- TO BB AFFECTED BY THE

r ..' chase wind maehlnee and install trrtgatlem> Krean.frfeosIggo.t. AOB ISSUANCE DISTRICT! BY BOLLES HENDRY DRAIN.COUNTY -

.' I Assist In purchase ef a fans pn er rasieh.rorchase FLORIDA OP BONDS HEREINAFTER


capital funds for the farm enterprise. lEACH FBCTED IN ANY WAY THERE.

t MOTEL You and each of you are hereb' STEAK
I required to appear on the
t G I. 1. Lower payment*. llth day of July, 1M4. at 11:00
Directly' on tin Ocean. Brand new and beautihiU o'clock AM. before the Circuit
S. Lenger terms lop to SI yareb Court of Hendry County, Flori

: J .. Dependable service (serrbf afrUmltore. exehnrraly 53 Motel looms, Effkiencln and Large Apartments da, at the Archie Chamber Odom of, the In honorable the-

1 asses 1117) 100% Alrtondltbned..TV..Phones, wlmminglsol Court Home In Ft Uyera Flor
I 4. Fall prepayment privileges without penalty Shuffleboard e 9 hub Putting GriiiT o Coffee Stop ida, and show eauee why the HUNGRY
Uwift o pianntd/ Entirtunment e lancing e prayer of the Petition filed In
5. Lean service fey local peeple familiar with heal airVoltw Outdoor Pitta, the above entitled proceeding
o Amirlcin txpresi Carte Blanchi
Omtn1 Club
*. should not be granted and the
write for Fro Brochure end enclose this td Bald proceeding, the aueumenta -
write tor
I If we easi be el service to ,.* pleas If elm against real property sad
Special DUcowit Notes
I ABBOTT Asa*. Mgr. the beads therein deecrlbed be

f I FedI'Lnk; ;; bond validated constituting and confirmed not xced-, said Chef Ernest

t Association log JJOOooo.oo Dralnag Bond. t McCray ".
:-.t at lI'n"'tt exceeding 1. 1* 4. bearing the legal In- ::j .

rate' and mature aerially' en Au-
j i of Bradenton gust 1 In the years 1M4 to 1171, is
the detail of which are aet forth ready to broil for YOU
PHONEI 74S-SM1 BBADENTON.' FLA. Y k In Resolution No. 4-4 of Boll.
Drainage Dletrlct Bendry.. Coun
ty Florida I
.... BONE AND ORDERED: at Ft ''fr A Selected Choice'New
Myera Lea County, Florida, this Top Grade. U.S.
14th .day of Jane. US4.
l /./ Lynn Gerald

I Inc. CM June-Ole IS 15 Circuit, July Judge 5. 1114rYITATIOV York Cut
Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix

: TO BID -
Sealed bide will be received by
i I the City Commission of the City SIRLOIN
of Clewlaton. Florida, at the
City Halt up to t:10 PH. Da.lens -
Standard Time July t. IOeo,

e Complete line Of will at aloud.which b*. publicly time and opened place and all read bide (Available from Noon for those toM saga:!' tcoiT until 6 ?- #.)

1 I Bid shall Include furnishing-
,I, aU materials labor aupervlalon.
Building'MaterialN t and conatructlon equipment, oran Se'rved
4 I alternate bid Including the in our"'dining room
foregoing lee* material for th*
'construction of approximately
1Leer of 4 KV .
t electrical dletrlbutloa "
line of the City of ; everyday .
CUwleten. All eon.tructlon shall .
b* according t* the plan and ,

pMlfloatlona prepared by OL B., I 1 t ,.",i.,.,...'h,A,
) lata
Co .
t For Large or Small :.'it'n'h.-P O, Box* ., it- : .... .

) ; ; 1.... 8t Petereburg, nor Ida, '4I PLAN

.i Concrete Jobs Bids shall b* for eoastructlon NOW-Enjoy Dining Out t

Controlled Trucks Will

Deliver Your Needs. 'Quickly S

s and '.Efficiently.. \ THE LEWISTON.INNC1ewiato

"\ Boater,Gulden -.Gat Ice

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HELP service WANTED-Experlenced station in Service.
wanted Boys
Fun time. Apply Atlantic- C1ewloD. Florida THE CLEW1STON: NEWS Page Seven
Thursday, July I. 1964
ADS Service
Station 641 E. Sugar-
land Highway 4to PORTSMOUTH. Va. (FHTNC)
Marlon C. Vowel], Jr., store
little or no attention to either Appropriate sign will be
SOMEWHERE keeper first class, USCQ, eon
- -- w THERE the right of wildlife or to the erected by the Turnpike Authority
IS A MAN of Mr. M. C. Vowell Sr ofClewiston
RATES: sour FOR SALE Two bedroom FOR value and It I
RENT pleasure bring at the various entrance
ISSIFIED Furnished cabin FOR SALE 1983 Mobile Home. who wants to make $8,000 per Fla, i* serving on
70 house unfurnished
word per Inlertlollo on Haiti and trailers. Johnson ;year and hope our action will help preserve t,) the Parkway, so that resident ',
:I per Fishing 50x10. Two bedroom. 83500. more working with the staff at Fifth Coast Guard J
Jl lUIn charge: four In- Street Financing available. Camp. YU 21181. tic Pacific Trailer growers In this area. This man Florida Wildlife and that and visitor will have op ..... .
J Call YU 3-1322. Park. CaU YU District Headquarter, Portsmouth ""
of three
JODI tor the price JulyUo FOR RENT-2 3-2021 after 6 p.m. It probably married sober hon- Va. our example will be followed portunity to know that Florida .
1-1201 HOUSE FOR SALE-J bedroom bedroom and one eat and i Ia willing work hard. wherever limited access high value Its birdlife and has takJn :',.;, I
yUkon bedroom ,.
plJONE trailer. Also 1 bedroom He H* i I. assigned to the Reserve ways' are constructed." another Important forward step
1 bath CBS. corner lot partially may; be arming himself.
fed wbole names apr furnished'or unfurnished. 4064. apartment Call YU 2- FOR SALE-GOAT CHEESE Tor such a man we can offer Division the staff component The Turnpike traverses tome to hold It for the future. I

' II tile eefUled; ads. Call 3-2081 or 2-2821. Uc from natural goat milk. 8-ox. a career with the largest and responsible for administrationof of what has been Florida' more

pltk liP Me pa- aSide July23c TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS brick $1.25 postpaid. The Marguerite oldest company In Its field. We the Coast Guard Reserve remote area, where many of NEW FISHING RULES ,
11 f Theatre, or Ranch. Highway 720, units in the middle Atlantic the State' spectacular bird i"
. ) C1.tal trailer space for rent Fair will train him work with him. IN BOOKLET FORM '
.pIlJDfJIli .f .the News REAL ESTATE Grounds Trailer Park. Phone LaBelle Fla. JulylSc and give him exclusive right Fleet states.Douglas have found sanctuary throughthe
Pawn most be ages. The bird are till County Judge B. N. Parson i
.ne.\rI.\ NORTHSIDE bedroom frame. 33044. ANTIQUES FOR SALE Mr. to all business in a large area
,1Itd let before WedDe Furnished Immaculate Uo Ann already developed with opportunity Prldgen, eon of Mr. making good use of the land and and all authorized fishing license

" NORTHSIDE bedroom frame, TWO BEDROOM HOUSE FOR 6621. Glotfelty Phone YU 2- for advancement If you and Mrs. Harvey Prldgen, left water of this rlghtof-way; for agent in the county have !y. ,
19.000. RENT. Phone YU 2488L July23c think you qualify write freely this week for overseas duty. feeding as well a* for roostingand been furnished Florida' new J '

- ACREAGE as available. tIc Gas stove and electric refrigerator to Bob Balwin, Box 1105, Winter He has been assigned to Turkey nesting. fresh water sport fishing rule .A, r

S ACRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM, 2 FOR RENT-ONE for sale. 512 South Atlantic Garden, Florida Julylte and expects to be overseas for Steve B. Fickett Wildlife Biologist and regulation In book: form. :: !
- bath frame home. Hardwood BEDROOM AND TWO- tic 18 months His wife and child: with the :Florida Game These booklets give fishing :
oora. trailers Also are in Sebrlng during his ab and Fresh Water Fish Commission formation a* well a* Inf
SALE OR RENT-New du. 325 FHA HOMES in Broward. shady spares Clewiston Trail FOR SALE Two Chihuahua pence and a member of the Sanctuary tion. '
: er Park.
r. three bedroom. Car- Palm Beach and Dado counties YU 3W661. Uc puppIes 9 week "'o. 823. DisplayClassifieds Committee of the Florida The striking color cover of :,:,\

Location: ) ciaa be. various size and price FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished each. Boat and motor $a.. YU OBITUARY Audubon Society who originatedthe the book and much of the in"P';
. Corona and StI.coIJ Small cash payment house. See Mrs. Blairat 2-6044. Je idea of establishing the Sun formation inside 1* adapted ; r

< Lake Park. !'la. Uo homes a* available. 24421. juiyfc truck. See at Francisco Apart- sanctuary declare that during amine, and Include illustration :t: :

J. Ball Over 1.000 vacant lots to select ments. JulyZp Funeral services were held the past few month be has observed and Information on the more ':'{': I
F. from for all purposes. Various FOR KENT-Trailer* sod Trafl- Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. eighty-four species of popular fresh water game fish, :

AND GREATER THAN prices. Terms.34VESTMIENT. er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer FOR SALE-One 14 ft Thompson Christine Nan Wainwright 58.. bird along the Parkway, including a* well a* section on favorite i t
3, for houses acreage, AND INCOME Pa k. Phone YU 2-2603. tic boat and trailer. 1963 who passed away of a heart attack the Bald Eagle, the fishing spots how to catch 'em ,': "

,HOT. w* have customer PROPERTY. FOR RENT-one bedroom trail. 18 hp Johnson motor. Lonnla Northside at her home in Hyatt- Great Horned Owl and the Tur the cost of fishing and fish management ,
property with 8360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent Ford. tic vile Md. Saturday afternoon. area regulations.A :
nl LIst your) er. ,dean, .
quiet Phone YU key."It
;. &: Beardsley. Ph. YU CBS construction, 825,000. H236. THREE bedroom frame! Mr. Wainwright had recently is astonishing how many summary of fresh water '
1. Uo LONG TERM,, low Interest tic W. C. Benefield Large room. Excellent con returned to her home from a interesting birds one may see fishing regulation form the '

farm, cane, grove and ranch J. E. BeardsleyFOR dition. Good neighborhood. two week' visit with relative from the roadway In traveling center section of the book and

SALE Large Family mortgage, minimum 850,000. FOR SALE Parakeets 82.00 811.801. in Clewiston. She wea resident from Central Florida to Miami can be removed to be carried. .I. I
ne Four bedrooms Two LISTINGS NEEDED RENT-New 10'x50p house of Moore Haven and dewiston tackle box 1
by of the Sunshine Parkway or pocketThe
up Mynah bird, African lovebirds way -
.e.n.sea. and ranee.j trailer with two bedrooms. J. M. LankfordReg. for many :years, being employed "
Oaks.. monkey, cage, supplies.Pet say Mis Lisa Von Bo- new fishing license are ;
:Big yard. J. M. FORDFier. By week or month. YU by the U.S. of Engineer
worn Corps
23421tfo boarding Thompson Wild Real Estate Broker rowsky of Brookivllle, vice-pres now In effect; the old expired :
Atlantic. Phone YU 24672. Red Estate Broker Animal Farm Phone YUkon 2- and a* bookkeeper for ident of the Society and chairman at midnight June 30. License :

Itc 930 East Sugarland Highway FOR RENT and 3 room furnished 1238. tic George Beck. In 1946 the accepted of Its Sanctuary: Commit- fee are: Resident annual 83- ,

W. 0. Bass Fir, Auto and General apartment Phone 2- a position In Washingtonand tee. "In the shallow canal 00; non-resident annual, $800; i
Insurance 127L tic REGISTERED CITRUS TREES has made her home there along the road gather group nonresident 14-day continuous '
SALE: BY OWNER-Three OewUton Fla. Ph. YU 12161 FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. 3 Business Lots *lnc*. of the long-legged wading bird f ahing. S3.25; non-resident five- //1 :

,room CBS. 338 W. Haiti FOR RENT-& M. Tomlliuon! shoo, Fla. Phone Aches from Thrifty Drug She 1* survived by her hus which all citizen are most desirous day continuous fishing, $2.25. "
sea Julyiep W. H. Christian Dished maH house Fur- RE: 54788. tic band R. P. Wainwright of of saving for future generations ,
or unfurnished 835 Hyattsvllle; a daughter Mitchell -
SALE or tEASE-2 bed- per month See Mi*. Sloan 433 FOR SALE-1957 Chevrolet S 2l/2 Acres-5 Acres Field of New York N.Y. to enjoy: heron and NEW LICENSES DUE ;

t hone, partly furnished. REAL ESTATE fOR REf" E. Trinidad or call H. p, John cylinder 1H\ ton truck. Ex Paved Road Electric two brothers Walker and Con-; egret. Ibises and wood storks." New fishing license went Into
"Along this
parkway continued .
redecorated Inside.low tfo cellent condition. YU 23221. .
Ably Nail of '
nally Clewicton sister
; a Miss Von Borowsky. effect JuJ.11r.t, and \unless you .
lirconditioners. PhoneI JulyJc Beth Moorman of ,Clewls-
FOR RENT Furnished small 2 "Sandhill Crane may often be have renewed yours, better 'j
t.m. YU 24801. JulyOc bedroom house. Phone YU .- ANNOUNCEMENTS.& 'MIS FOR SALE-Motorcycle. Ducats DadeMonroeRealty toe and two grandchildren. sighted a* they feed over the check your fishing spots and

2403 or 812 Avenlda del Rio. 125 Only 4,000 miles, very Interment war in Ft Lincoln cattle range, and not Infrequently equipment You can pole fish

SALE 3 BEDROOM. tic BOOKKEEPING AND good condition, 8150. L. D. Yoder Cemetery, near Hyattsville. the Audubon' Cara- in your own county free; other .,.

duped utility room, fur- PERT available TAX: EX- YU 2-5271 July2o 109 W. u ar land Highway tara, national bird of Mexico, fishing require a license.
i I kitchen. Air conditioner. FOR RENT Two bedroom fun for either ..... TU S-M41 Turnpike becomes in that country dubbed the Boat registration also reachA A "
or time
part FOR SALE-One
work. 32 female Chihuahua I '
ct HI E. Osceola Ave aft Trailer. Reasonable Call YU ;yearsexperience Mexican Eagle will be found ed a deadline on June 30. The :
27601. South Call Collect OL 4- puppy, 11 weeks old bird sanctuaryy old registrations Unless ':j j10U
in, can YU Kelps Market 3672. perched on a fence post or sailing expire
25741.tic .Clewiston. July9p tic 825..00. 22 rifle and 20 guage shotgun I I It was recently voted by the over the field in search of have a decal knowing a current f-

GLADES MERCANTILE COMPANY YU 2-6044 tic I Frank Denmead director of the Florida State prey. From the cypress and registration on your boat i.'

authorized Singer Sew Joe Griffin Real EstateOn Turnpike Authority, that the pine hammock along the way better leave it on the trailer, or (
hog Machine dealer1 agent will Vacation right of way of this fine roadway will resound In season the loud moored to the dock.
service sewing machine in FOR SALE-3 toilet, 2 lava. familiarly known a* the tapping' of Plleated Woodpeckers -

Business Directory Clewiston area every Saturday. tortes, double sink tub used Thank you Sunshine Parkway, be declareda and the lovely voice of Mr. and Mr. E. E. Edwards ;

Phone WY 6-5639: Belle Glade. lumber. Robert Overboil, Jr., Wildlife Sanctuary with the Yellow-throated Warblers} and and family have returned from ',1 1a '
tic Phone YU 25641. Julyl6o cooperation of the Florida Au. Plnewood Sparrow." stay at Fort Myers Beach. \:
dubon Society. In approving the
wok-tetping doesn't cost; JOHNSON CARS SLIP COVERS and drape Custom ALL MAKES: H" USED TV Sugarland Pharmacy decision of the Board John R. :

It Pays. Call State load 832 Death made. Complete line of SET Guaranteed 81195 Phillips, of Lakeland Chairman Harlem News f t
' Moat transportation for your drapery and slip cover fabric down 314.01 per manta LAKE: PIZZAYU of the Florida State Turnpike i

cDonald Book Free estimates. Call YU 2-5831. APPLIANCE: CO YU 2-713L tic Authority said "111 building: super ,"t I
this' side off M1am1HATHCOCK'S Van Cothern'i Custom Furnitureand 2-3311 highways to promote Florida
eeping & Tax Upholstery. tie FOR SALIC-PayraO envelopes, progress we too often pay News of Our Colored Community
printed with torn for social
MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA. Colored New Editor
BLUM air SONS PLASTERING security withholding; and other Phone YU 2-7631
Service J
Very Best Work deduction Box of 800. dewiaton
KESTAUIANT: SERVICE We Save You Money New aides tf Mr. Marshall Dixon Miami Revival Btfiloee f
t HI
STATION Plastering: Simulated Stone If You 4/1' Fla. 1* spending* vacation Revival service.will be held {
ImmtUlee Fla. OPEN ALL NIGHT' Stucco-Free Estimate with his children and other relatives .. at The Greater Friendship Baptist '

We never dose Licensed and Insured LOST I AND I rOUND I I and friends In Clewiston.The Church beginning Monday :

25 Year In Business evening July 6 and preaching ..

Pev nnc Dealer1RITHERS GOULD BROS. 3850 Lora Street REWARD for return of ladle HaveSomething' many friends of Mr. A. each night through July 12,

Fort Myers, Fla. tic Bulova watch lost Tuesday A. Thomas are very sorry to 1964.
\ PAINT STORE ED 7-0171 or OX 44874IF evening probably at drive-in on hear of his Illness and confine- Service will be conducted by ''4:" I

IADIO and ITS UNIFORMS' u*first W. Sugarland or ball park. Mrs. Do It ment at Hendry General Hospital. Dr. P. H. Jackson, pastor First j

TV Licensed Contractors Insured Nurse. Beautician, Waitress Geiger, phone 2-4991 evenings or .. We 'send Get Well Wishes Baptist Institutional Church,
MS WITH SERVICE: nEB ESTIMATES Maid, Doctor's and Barber's .contact New office. lie hill way for an early recovery.Mr. Lakeland Fla. If you hear him

BM 'jacket The only uniform chop : once, you will hear him twice. f.;
108 Bond Etftou : TheBUY
311ft B. Snxarlaad Hwy. for mile around. LINNIE'S To ", and Mr. Ambrose Robinson Christians, come and bring the

!'! YU 2-6441 rhomo TV S-SIU. UNIFORM SHOP 163S Hendry rfELP WANTID WOMEN I are spending; their vacation unsaved. Preaching each evening ,, r ,
8 00 P.M. ,
Street Fort Myer JulUcPETE'S with relative and friend : h
LEW1STONAIUR EconomicalWay. in Albany G*. Mr. Marshall Salvation by Faith Eph. 2-9 "
SEEM FOEBOTTLED CABINET Shop. Custom CAR HOP WANTED-Apply in Dixon accompanied them on Everybody Welcome Deacon : ;'

made cabinets. Formica specialist person at A&W Drive-In or their A. A. Beckton, Chairman f
Remodeling kitchens. call YU 2-1241 Julytc SELL t

far & AppliancesSale&Service No 'Job too big or too smalL -,, e
Used Free estimate. 118 Central Ave. WAITRESS WANTED at Old Mr. Louis Beckton and daughter Johnson Cars ,

7E- YU 22661'ALDRON'S YU 2-4421 July23c South Bar-B-Q Ranch.: Must .> RENT have returned from Jacksonville State Bead 831. Booth '" i
be between 21 and 43 years of Fla. He enjoyed a delightful .
' POWER GASCORPORATION age. Contact Carroll Benson tic vacation with relative :Most transportation for your t

miscellaneous for I Sale and friends money ":
this aide of Il1am1 \ '
3 AND GROCERIES Waitress Wanted .
Try PlacingAn
Mr. Julia Sale the ,
DACHSHOUND puppies for sal*. spent ,\ )
Q I'
a.m to 1 p.m. YU 33101HENDBT ARC Registered. Jack: L. Apply to Tony, Glade Restaurant past week: hi Plant City, where .

O to 6 p.1D Scott 220 E. Arcade. tic : she was the house guest of her Julia'sBeaufy
tie ,grandmother who was ill at the "
I Days a Week COCNTTTitle -Mm In time. She was much Improvedat NookFOR
.EVERy TUESDAY: ) the time of Mr. Sale de THAT NEW LOOK: ,

or louseof Title Abotraet*-Title Insurance three bedroom house trailer "The' parture. Tinting Styling, Cutting, No
PIcnIc Moment Public Bteaofrapher because of Illness. Small down HELP'' WANTED. Male or fe Appointment Friday andSaturday ,
: rheteeepytBf D pU *ttmf payment and take over our pay male. Full time -
lea Ealt of ... permanent New Bethel A.M.E Rev. L.
dewiston Bridge St rut Are. 1
ments. Some extras. Call YU 'Job ClassifiedPages
Bart Beach LaBene, Fla. P. O. Box I4S a* clerk-reporter at dew- Holmes, pastor For InferaiattoB. Can SX613Mre.
- oa.lI,. Mill 31801. 2tp Salon News office. Must use Julia Sate. Proprietor
good English, spell well, and Of Sunday School _, 9:30
fan FOR SALE One office desk
Cattlemen type well. No part
time or summer a
formica, also student's desk Morning Worship 10:55:
- time EVINRUDESales secretary chair, and two .teDO,. help considered. Apply by
OIl i MMeBdat* letter only. Clewiston New, Evening ., Harlem'Club
willa W.g chairs. Double A Roofing Co. Just t Phone .7 P.IL
'; ,- ey P. O. Box 1236. Clewiston Fla. I Favorite Mixed, Drinks, Tried
with est rase, and Service Sugarland Highway YU 31131.tfc, 33440. The Bible Reading Tuesday evening Chicken Fish Hamburger \
at the church and other Sandwich
rd Land Bank N... and Used Meter YU 3-1201 Choir Rehearsal Wednesdayand Recorded Music I

Marine Hardware<< i."t ..,. i."t V.. Thursday evenings Popular Band
See er Write Part aid Ateisiorte News Visitor always welcomeMt I Mr. ands WaBaea ,

' ". MAT Marine Safety E alpaeatrhosw .

a1 YCkaai f-4311 IIIrlIfW' 1 And Place Calvary Baptist .,. Rev. L.
,_": 1III4Iq Or Come M. Kitchen, pastor '
- R. E. WALDRONFor Hilton's Grocery
-- IIwn Into,The Regular church services each
' : Your Ad Sunday Freeh Meat.
Vegetable Cold Drink.
1Dla Electric ,.f.I Business Essential
prompt Efficient Weekly meetings, the
same a*
15k,, AD APPIIueet Hone delivery \ ,FREE Office and usual We appreciate your patron-
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CeatneUq OF' TEX MIAMI B=RAID ? Mr. Emma Dixon Mr red Mnfrterstoei Baton

gene A An Experienced Reporter ,
pa rrepttten !
31321uble Call Bobby GldoVnsTUS1311 AT ,
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"A"OOfing AI Fuller's ; ,
' Tampa Tribune Will Glady ,, Cafe and'Grocery
.i -"*" ,.. HEW: LOCATION

..icenSedonded Myers as4Ft Mary Garter Paint Store Assist You '.. Home Corner Cooked Tennessee Food. Sandwiches and: did Fourth, Street' ,f 1 ,

News Press OIokJea and Ice atom : ,

miles CIa All om- Complete Line of Paint and Supplies ; 'THE CLEWISTON NEWS Exclusive Atmosphere. -. I I
Home ; "
bel Delivery .
PabrtIuC Phone YU 2-3281 ,with ;
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to Cat e clock! In the poll noon of Bald
transportation aU
Pap Ellht THE advanced seesens
NEWS Clewistai, na. .YtY' day or a. loon thereafter a* the Int.r.ltt
'lbunday, JuJr 2, 1M4 ? Ifornla to be repaid at $5 a mattar can b* heard' In the city by .advb.d :that' I .<< Art
2 r.JCMdSJIf. week. They were ruaranteellwae. Commlnlon, rn..tin room In the end the p nuu51ao "tII",
City Hall on Comm.rolo Street
of $105 an hour, room In the City I of Cl.wl.ton.' Florida, to euh ping' p NI.
quest (no specal: form need- and board for 175 a day and relative I to the current propo.ed offi'e of the: '!, ot'MCommstdonn
VA treat Improvement
warns ed) to the VA Regional\ Of- free transportation home If they known ae strut projoat. Improvo-otherwise : Inlihk or 1110t t
flee which processed the 1 stayed on the Job three months moot project No. .. At said harInf I I.tb.:: e'lr IItIi
j of solicitors toaa. The request should One California spokesman has to b*the...owners>..ed. or of any the other property p.,- by further .Advir loc ..,
contain the VA loan number Informed the National Advisory on. interested therein may a,. City elnte and Plar\ sbr,tbal at
par before the City Cainml ?\ : '
address of the prop- Labor that of'th tK '
Farm C'.Wlaton
Committee on don and be heard a to the pro. win! oq
Tbkghnne W"dvr3seiw arty<< and the name and address In his slat want no prlety and advlaahllltr of mak.t Ida. Board lu meet har Yq
growers er .
I.' inn such Improv.m.nt.. a* to any and All ,
caltaw ol the office to which : "
taplpdr' HSnyt& regneaeetdl part of a proposed Federal recruitment coot thereof a> to the m,,n- such .P.ellr tom Pkitk
XV*rt*$ nc tratiaa b* makes payments proram-the"U workout nor of payments therefor, and shall adJult ss0 ymelne. ."

when wife+ *mi ft' 4rj to scat Q-Who determines whether the their own problem. Said he: a iieemed* to the.amount..ln.t each thereof property to .bo said uetlce essessanean and rlaht lip a''"Ik'-

,i tat voting wtalaetpeeeadsdt4 rdeaM will be granted? Let's find out once and for all .o Improved. at b.reby. required le c and,':
a. aatlae$. A-Tiw VA Regional Office. The unemployed will do the The streets to be Improved are such time a 5nrredd

I r 'D.a sluttrjdak sow< tldtplY9 ken.I proposed purchaser will be U work the done by the Bracero more follow.particularly: ...orlb.4 a. for whe0OylikrW. .

) I,, day .sr Kate a. '""'" LAalie. required to submit a financial and at what price." 1. Del la t.Monte PrunclMoI .A..,.nui. UacnoI City aPPreved Comml.ion by rooolui'art, or

I'.1'AB c Kal CtSe statement and sign an Avnlda Del I Rio, VarnolU tents shall: shall mend Wn,' W
be :
/ at SL VotM&art.. 9JJawrwg KT-" agreement ,U> assume the to bait Royal Palm and binding.not eemaln :tern

eel iDiqpunes fen those. who liability He must meet the Dates set by I. Mamalla Wont Biperanu. to Del property IlIal..t flr.t whiR "'.sesament. ,

have been approached by seek VA requirements with respect .. Wed Royal Palm j :, Avonlda pur.unnt.to'ere: mdq' a"W")
salesmen to Income and credit. A 4t 11 Rio to Del Monu Statut.. A..OlllotCIT bapl.,, Ii t II
I. Fait t \ r
Royal Palm
"The VA does not endorse any Q-Does the release of a veteran t Social SecurityThe Pel fclo ta tel Manic Arenlda \ 0' CLhrwrn

:' product, project or commercial from liability affect the -r dates on which a representative (. (Decent Drive. 'Citrus to PAL FLORIDA A IIt
endeavor for the profit of laid guaranty the loan Pence de Looa \ liit THE CORPOItATOI!
1. Various downtowav :
1 e of the Social Security allays 0'
j"F viduals. organizations or corporation A-No, guaranty will continueIn C. which art being paved but DA BY (: iii'>
+ In Clew. ITS 5By
.. ," Wilson said. effect. lAx $p 1' District office will be 'the coat of which\ !. not In* CITY CLE0>: : '
1 f fe during the months of July !eluded In fl.urln/ ( 'aix.i- Marl C: War
i.' Wilson added that the VA Q-Must proposed purchaser bea Iston have been v:, mints and for which abut REAL) Clu.r DtpuJr CItrt
through September 1 tine owner art not biora CN
neither endorses nor condemns veteran -470
.. .. i
.. door-to-door solicitations In behalf A-No. set as follows: ; d July I, I.At fill
# July I, 15 and 29, August 12.
of veterans Those who suspect Q-Can a veteran with a VA di-
9 and 23, between
28, and September
: claims made In such endeavor rect loan be released of liability NATIONAL GUARDSMEN of almulaUi of 9 30 to 12.
AMth first
should check with their WERE enemy was the war the hours :

Better Business Bureau or any ? BUSHED at thus road block on the St conditions for many new Guard recruit All of these dates are on Wednesdays CMETIN
A-Yes, he may be released of
t similar community organization. llatlllty under the aame Luci Canal Sunday and **.k shelter behind .

conditions veteran witha their truck. This first encounter with Staff Photo The representative will be at
as a
the Personnel Office of US FOR Y
guaranteed GI loan
will be available
< Sugar Corp. and '
ment In connection with the
Q-A veteran's spouse signed and -
Conner discusses to answer questions
sale of his property, can beget acutenessof
the note when the GI loan local residents In ?NAT 6E
assist any
Vets Info Service another GI loan?
1: was made. Will she also be their Social Security accounts.

Bv FRANK E. VELTRE released from liability? A-Not may necessarily.be restored Entitlement onlyIf agricultural. 'labor problem WORlODURABI ;

A-Ye., If the veteran Is released
County Service Office)
the veteran disposes of "Too late to classify"
his home for a compellingreason
i Too many veterans sell their Q}-Is there any cost to the veteran and the Government Produce trade Journals and workers can be recruited for REWARD-410 reward for return n$, CHAMPI

; GI homes and then learn they Involved In obtaininga Is released from liability other food Industry publications: farm Jobs ." of pocketbook lost near LAT DAYTON*
release of from s '
j t are still liable to the Government liability This ordinarily means that, have been devoting considerable Clewlston Inn yesterday Important

f for any obligation due on VAT the GI loan must be paid In space recently! to the growing According to Palmer Mendel. papers inside. Llzzlt

f the original mortgage, Rufus A-The cost of a credit reporton full.Qwill. problem of agricultural: labor .on. head of a big growing operation Mae Byrd at Inn, .or Route 2,

: Wilson, Mgr of the VA In Florida the proposed purchasermust the fact that a veteran In some quarters a food crisis that sounds good but It Box 23-B. Itc IMMEDIATE DELIVERY-FAST CREDIT

I said today. be borne by the proposed Is receiving: "cash, In addition !. 1.} expected next year If' Importation doesn't work. "We ourselves EASY TEH

i'' The VA has prepared this series purchaser or the veteran to the purchaser assuming of foreign labor Is not have tried to recruit domestic '

of questions and answersto Also, the cost of recording liability on the loan, permitted, to harvest U.S. fruit labor" he writes, "and, specifically HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS INC

aid any GI home owner contemplating the Assumption of keep him from obtaining a and vegetable crops Even"some not ten days ago, we ,

I the sale of his home: Liability Agreement and Release release. of .liability to the labor unions are getting con. could not recruit through governmental Sugarland Hiway ClewUtonF

I II Q-What steps should a veteran, must be paid by the Government from VA cerned because of the possibilitythat agencies, a single

planning to sell his GI veteran or the purchaser If A-No. greatly reduced harvests worker In Orange county to pick CITY or CiEWICTON'

home, take to avoid future recording Is necessary. would have en adverse effecton strawberries from the ao-called: HXflTALISATIO HOTIf MFETI1O': : :

liability Q-A veteran purchased his Every year more than 200. many lines of processing and labor pool that seems to be Notice li hereby gfnn to allVarsons
i. A-He can (a) see that his GI home with a first mortgageloan 000 veteran or their beneficiaries distribution They' visualize floating around in most people's. property flrme and real corporationsAeylst or pereon-

loan Is paid In full either Insured by FHA and a miss at least one paymentof widespread lens of Job* "unless minds rather than In actual. .1.Florida In the subject City of to Clewlaton municipal Y O-U.

second mortgage loan guaranteed their monthly compensation, a normal flow of crops to mar. -
; by the purchaser paying full ity'The taxation that the City Commle-
f cash or 'by obtaining his by VA. Will VA release pertslon or other benefit checks ket can be maintained. thesis mat competition: dos ton of baa the accepted ald City the of Clewli-. ..... .
own loan or (b) allow the the veteran from HEbillly from the Veterans Administra In side-by-slde letters The for labor by agriculture, MrMendelson meal roll aa prepared and presented
on the second mortgage adds, "will solve the ky tb* Tax Aacenor.
to the GI
p purchaser assume tion.This P a e k e r. Influential national which roll I Is now open and available Make'/Extral
loan at the same time obtaining If be sells his home? Is due to their failure to trade publication of the produce problem Is probably the most for In.pertlon at Ohs City r Money

a release of liabilityto A-Yes, If the conditions for release notify the VA and the Post Office Industry has published .views explosive position taken in this during Hall In regular the City business of Clewleton) noun,
the Government the are met and the first matter It means, does it not, and eald wilt 1
on Department of a change In of the Department of Labor anda City Commission
GI loan from both the lender mortgage loan la current. address when they move or prominent California grower that if agriculture Is unsuccessful hold, July ubilo SO, 1011 meeting at I on:JO Monday p,m, without Extra Work!

who holds the note and Q-Does a veteran have to get plan to move Rufus Wilson,' on the subject of f.L. .78 the in bidding for labor, then or a. soon thereafter a* the matter .
VA's consent to sell hisproperty agriculture should (and will) can b* heard, at the City
mortgage and from the VA. Mgr VA at St.
law authorizing Importation of Hall and alt Make work
a a Board of your money as hard a
If the GI loan is die?
pointed out. Equalisation for the of
Q-What Is meant by "release Mexican workers. The law expires purpo.
.. of liability to the Govern- not being paid off? The amount of money Involved this yearend and with It s s hearlnc testimony. complaint In retard and receiving to the you do. Our high rate of return will ad
ment" A-No, he does not need VA'sconsent Is more thin tlS million Up In Canada Ontario farmers value of reel
? annually the Bracero comes to any property or
regularly build
to sell his property.If that undeliverable are being warned of a labor personal a* fixed by the Tax up to help your msum
I A-It means that the Govern- he wishes to be released check of theVA' returned an end. shorten and have discussed Aaieeeor perfectlnf and. fop the. pnrpon of savings quickly and !
ment will not are one reviewing and ooual-. effortlessly Ope
;r, attempt to from possible liability to the biggest headaches. In addition Expressing tin position of theDepartment plans to recruit workers from lilnr th. .*..*.m.nt roll for the
collect: from the .
veterane If ItMlfred
year of with
Government however hen other your account' us today.
th purchaser default failure to receive thou of Labor John F, areas.In G. SIltM
o must apply to VA. checks often Helming. under secretary;writes Idaho a grower-shipper association CityCUrk
I mean hardships
the loan and 'VA
I claim under the pays a. Q-Does a veteran have to get to the family Involved. In part: "Farm wages are significantly was warned recently CN1f July I. t. U.. EARN MORE NOW!

I guaranty.QHow VA'i approval of a prospective : Often the next check la In the below Industrial wages that It Isn't Just a problem of

does a veteran go about purchaser process of being maned before Farm workers have a .much replacing man for man Attention ROTICR or ri'ni'in HFARMO
obtaining a release from A-No. the VA received notice of changeof higher rate of unemploymentthan was called to studies that THE MUNICIPALITY CITY 6F CLHWIMTON, A Clewiston f Federa

liability Q-If the veteran Is released address and the check goes do Industrial workers showed domestic workers are AND EXISTING OROANIZ UNDER TOSS ft IV as3"oMd o

A-He submits a written re from liability to the Govern- to the old address. Their living conditions: are probably considerably 1 a s productive LAWS OP THE, STATS or yru5t
Prompt or advance notice to the worst of any group of than the Mexican nationals. PROPJlJRTY OWNERS THE SKVERAF.. TAX $ Savings and loaAssociation

the VA and the Post Office, workers In the V.S. Stressed was a Michigan State THE PAYERS CITY AND OF CITIZFNH PWISTON OF, ( I ; \

which has the authority to forward ". agricultural employers University study that In orderto FU>RII>A. INCLUDING NON- ,
Most produce as much as IS,000 RESIDENTS'" OWNING PpOP6H "4
raw checks to the address
new -
sugar cannot TV OR
reasonably expect to attract HUBJFCT: TO TAXATION
1 ir will avoid this problem and keep a reliable labor workers utilized In Michigan, it THERNIN, AND TO ALL WHOM reAr w, .
t grown't
would be necessary to replace IT MAT: CONCERN: ot
force unless there are significant You and each of you are here.
them with 25,000 domestic work
by notified .
Improvements In the the city Com-
/ wagesand ers. ""I/! the City of Clewleton
r. Y, working conditions ol the see hold a public benrlna on the 201 E. Ventura Ave. Clewiston

Florida cow sets farm workers we can no I have mentioned previously lotft day of July. U", .t 1:41:

r longer Justify large-scale Importation California's "crash"
I .... of farm workers We
rush development of mechanical

." new milk record employers believe that begin when to be agricultural competitive an harvesters Intensive and out-ofstat to conduct the Wor/cfs/ fait In New York;

in todays labor
> recruitment program Florida
\ Intosugar they will find that domestic
GAINESVILLE-Two University Fruit It Vegetable Association

v of Florida dairy cows have calls attention to the experienceof

established a new record for one California company which

\ .. milk production It reports,, "Invested" $3500 In

I Dr E. L. Fouts, head Dairy EDWARDSPlumbing a recruitment campaign In Mississippi
j. -' Science Department, Experiment not long ago The company

j :... < Station University of RepairReplacements says only 19 to 46 workers

Florida, said that Florida Melody from Mississippi have remain.

Fokes. a five-year-old Installations ed on the Job.
registered holstein Say the FFVA tl
produced report: "Th '
r' 17,430 Ibs of milk, 578 Ibs but. Trouble: ,Shooting'.Septic box score on the drop outs was yo

1 : ; terfat and 1321 Ibs. solids Tank A a* follows: four got homesick;

'.; FEDDERSCertified not-fat In 305 days Specialty! four were fired for various.
Solids-not-fat, the nutrients causes.; IS were 'walkwffs'

u milk below the creamllne, Call YU 2-6711 and one became 111 and was returned

are now being recorded for the 325: E. Ventura to his home."

I It 4 Quietest first time In addition to milk The Mississippi hands were nn
and butterfat as a part of the

t 'TOP.RATDAIR couDmoNcRst total nutrient testing program '
darted last year by the Hoi- S x r7r+Y I

!! J:. America.ttein-Frleslan Association' of G2 tMf ;ir YI t'I

;r !l li Florida Melody's record compares -
to the average cow's annual '
stop with us ,
output of T,300 Ibs; of milk tiby

t' ., containing 27} Ibs of butterfat Pal -_

Florida Sol Winnie a registered

W Jersey.owned by the University ..
ND of Florida, produced 10.

BARRt Rtt 820 Ibs. of milk in 305 days Her

t record far exceeds the average -

of all U.& dairy cows, according
J to the American Jersey. Cattle .
dub. DEL MAR MOTEL paw f '- i ffSS
I DMsIoa'at tAe N 1JHaU orsad f1 .. ahhow: fits
i'i'f'"'' C Modern Ie leat w a kedxeafet World'e Fair "' at W
ltd Beautiful ,... .... a Tagged 111.
'f 7 I Sissies, Doable = ,, alllAl&l 1eor. PDlttae' .ttIdaIt uu aeoQas tlU .. ep sad pea to P"'to!'
FsmOy TJ rUAir
fecWtn II first II Miami Benld'$1963 &lie Fair which ? ate Rfe Oarawin needdodo 000
-N Top Tlllraa4! Santy '' -= roe "UI Oet.obel' epee seine 60 B""T
( '''.'' Conditioned. e -IGJDIaUOJrNU.f.o.r_ lepton TberonUMxhltiUUlSk, thd.
Fatmrmn. !
: I : .UZ COIlPO.VU7rAUANfT..T-IM" e Phone I..... Switchboard = ''In .___ BvOdiaan -.

"" ,; I,: ,' ;" '- w 55i gnGg JkidywWes. 1..... ..NO UnA con,"" I Did You Know? .e. .Baby Sitter Available (' tit:attracuoa:- tile* lr.OM of

1 Servant Quarter Pontlac's apecet dww'lar. js sou ended OYeS 5 1pgatnd

You can get Swlmmlnc Peel \: ; named .'The Clam V! Which*. laY,
:1 1 ;t : Redish Electric Co. r BesUwant Near t-.aouoa rtvea'lts 'Opa'atlas"wisieb. aer5ton one troll O ssisoo
: 5 Credit recreated
Cank Honored lug
I 'Bar-B-Q' to GO! = the cu: lip and,01*' IIi Juk wvteru mi dd
1510 No. Pontiac hat tanllOU8//) to permit eMu' '
I Street a a veal\ .5
i Ashley IUtpia, mpukioYilPlmdgt
; "When do business with the area'In '\ plan ovetth
you us upper ....
: (CTJ. S. 41 North the Plaia inside tenor and eckaeastaeaf;
I ) -
ti Oeeral '
I' You can be assured of good I Building Jlotolj ,I'Uturama .Surroundta a rear.pnjsctId
I 't at eThe.l7aot"
I Service high quality reasonable I .1'1 5 g]( oowPui4pGln\ 'the desertwlth'a militia sup- the Pontiae Prodliela f
' Prices and our undying gratitudel"Clewuton I Ai Yaae sets and ace.'in : ply tit IIIIId< and eactua: 'with the Two other scenes lsm
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