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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 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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r1y} The Clewiston' Newsf ;I



: Dedicated to ,the advancement' of fiend ry County and America's Sweetest Town"


half million VOLUME JT!- NUMBER 28 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY,, JULY 9, 1''4 Return Postage Guarant.... See. ...... PJt Subserlptloa .... yeal :



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0' Clew1stoQ lar.ron -Lan i Increase of half a million dol 1 following the equalization meetIng 18-year olds
The' City valuation for tax lad over lut year. Much of the of the board on Monday
Funeral '
tiers I, ref tf $6714210. and II Increase, however, was due to evening, July 20th. Fund for services ; I

w for \mspectlon: at the home construction and the net the city' operation are from must registermore 4 V M1Iieilrhurrr
pen where an)rt tax pay gain for taxable purpose was three sources. roughly thirty ; lwLp +

q BaD examine. the entire roll about half the' Increase. per cent of It comes from various -

nay platt fee, licenses, fine charge
conveniently promptly
tt Exact figure comparing the
counter during *, etc.; another thirty per- ,
front
011 present tax foul with the 1963 held for
bours roll showr cent come: from a transfer from The.SelectIve Service 'Board Tuesday
fict the revenue fund (sale of water
grand total of property Total valuation: ((1963)) 9.124- will be more firm In requiring!
t'be I96M.150 "' and electricity) and about forty all 18 old' to register \
$ boy*
1\If.1n the city U .070; ((1964)) $9.635.150; for an year '
\ perecent from taxes. The commissioner -
increase .of $511,080. immediately upon reaching the t te -
'Homestead and other estimate that. $75,000 18-year age, ,according: to Mr.

/aldron buys i property, ? ; : ((1963)) $2.669.280.exempt; ((19- will be transferred from the revenue Frances M. Nail clerk to Local Carlos DickeyCarlos .
fund for next year' operation.
$230,660.64) 82.919,940; for a gain of and Board Hendry No. 42 Counties., serving Glade I


ugarland Motors Net value for taxation,, purposes The 1964-65 budget is about The board has been very lenient I
-* ((1963)) 86,454.740; ((1964)) 825,000 above the budget of the in the past about late regis ah" Ray Dickey. 38-year old :,

lAaiouncement I 11 made this $6.713,210)) for'.a gain of?8260,. year Just ending. Much of the trations. Since anew program wwf6.e a: Clewlston attorney, died of a
kof the sale of Sugarland 420. crease 1* due to services hat been put into effect, lending ry heart attack while en route home

to A. W, Waldron. who The commission has prepared caused by growth In the residential 18-year old for their physical from a family Fourth of July I

tee wrating the business under a tentative budget of $2158,- areas-streets, bridges, examination, the board p outing at Sebrln,. Mr. Dickey

I sew name of Waldron Moo 130.00 in the general operating culverts, parks, trash, 'garbageand can no longer be lenient > p became ill while at a lakeside

I,* The business baa been fund for 1964-65 and will adopt new equipment (particularly The first call for 18-year old a'; & : limas ,. beach near Scoring,. and asked
dud; by Kaiser Jeep Sale the budget and set.the coinage garbage equipment for physical examination will tot '..L his wife to bring him home. She

oration to handle Jeep Vecl .'. be forwarded to Miami oa July sly ? Xw'r" drove him directly to the Clew-
special equipment. 14, the lime date on which talon hospital but death had
md
I Sugarland Motor II 1 the old City commissioners will award the regular call for examination, + come to him on the trip home. t .KAasoclatlon
t business In Clewlston op- will be cent, and a call for Induction tai: yc, "' Mr. Dickey. was a native of
Its original location:* will be delivered. Gainesville Florida, the son of
I hag its in founded 36 year ago' contract for electrical work todayThe The lending of 18 ;year' old, ry 'M bl Mrs. Jewyl Dickey. and the late

L the late Glenn Eherton: and for physical examination 1* an s Ralph Y Dickey. After fradu-

b /niher. and operated:, firttt 'City1 Commission will ducts Tampa and Orlando $1,- effort to help those rejected, ting from the Gainesville High
and for physical reasons to overcome : attended the University

he
station only School
service meet at 1:30 this afternoon to 89500; Danco Product: Inc.,
Lr! ii a garage and auto award the contract for reconstruction Temple 'Terrace,, 81.64300 and : their difficulty or have It W. B. IRBY. JR. manager ol the Glade* Electric eo.r of Florida and received his

of transmission lines Lownde Engineering Co., Valdosta the corrected.system Tot bas had several In operationan month, 'operative. Moor Karen holds) a few of the 1,993 Cap that Bachelor institution.of Law Here degree he became from

for electricity. Bids were opened Ga., 81,79480. assistance ,,program 'available : ital Credit Refund checks that go Into lb. mall thb week a member of the Delta Theta 1

at the regular..meetlng Mon The commission voted to purchase to rejectees. to co-op members, Th. GEC serree Glade Hendry. Phi legal fraternity. He was t

day evening. two new type traffic light The rate of rejection of 21, Highlands: and Okeechobee counties: with rural .leetrie employed part time by the Gainesville and was its general f-
The city: received three bids and install them at the Intersections service.
Staff Photo
and 22 :year old men has been : Daily Sun, starting as a counsel.
for material only: of the highway with
Raybro Electric Co.. $813.407; Bond and Olympia streets. There high. The unemployed who are paper delivery boy while! still The Rotary Club cancelled Its ,:;
Hughes Electric Supply, $13,965.-' will be rejected, are offered help in securing Placid killed in high school, and serving as IMttin.1A1I week in tribute to '
et two lights at each in- employment through the man Sunday by train circulation for a ,
09; and Florida Electric Co., tersection one light over the Florida State Serv- manager per the, memory_of their valued
Employment iod of time ,while attending) the Commissioner ''
) member. The City
814,84403; center of.the west bound lanes, ice. Physical reject, who are
The city also received three and one over the center of the .University. adopted resolution expressing ,
9 ,1t bid for labor and material a* eost bound lane,. The lights rectlble financially cause unable of to rejection'have cor-attended while being sought by officers In the fall of 1958 Mr. Dickey regret at the untimely pas.. 'Z'''
established
moved to Clewlston and
log of their attorney, recognizing 4
follow: will swing from an arm of a "
to, are referred to the
a law practice. He be- his efficient and loyal service \
Croft-MuUlns 824,04154 South- pole on the side of the highway Vocational
: Rehabilitation Counselor
James Cartwritt. of Lake employees told Inquest member came an interested and valuable and extending imypathy to "
ern Electric Construction Co.. Instead of swinging from who assist the registrantin .
Placid was killed accldenta1l1Sunday' ... All the train crew members member of the communityand his family
:"Ca. Kohler cable a* the present lights do.
Albany, 822,28300; getting medical treatment or evening by an AC.L. reside In Lakeland. contributed much to Its
and Moody Construction Company The commission: plant to continue Mr. Dickey was a member of
surgery. freight train special about club and fra-
H. Officers at the scene disclosed bettehment through
the Church of Christ Scientist
replacing lights as finances ,
Tallahassee. 822,95000.Two
; The call
for
new
program mAe north of the railroad intersection trenal activities well In '
that Cartwrltt bad been sought as as ,
t bids for furnishing labor will snow, until an the traffic prompt registration of all male Belle Glade. Mrs. Marie King, '"
with U. S. 27, west since late afternoon by them, his professional career.:
; only,were received< Clewlston. according to after involved
; Judge having been in a of "i
Moody. 17IMS.OO, and Peace River Clyde Hatfield asked the com.) of 18 and their early physical Broward Parsons, who conducted He was a charter member service, which were held at r.
incident In which he
two car Club and
the Clewlston Rotary
Electric Co., of Lake Wale. mission the status of the plant examination. the Chapel of Pattlson Funeral I
.$7.'l75.00. \ an Inquest at the scene. had caused another car to runoff has served as director and president Home Tuesday morning. '
for lift station
a sewage on ,
J 're.t1mOD1'liven M. M. the road. Cartwritt had fled warden '
by He senior
was ,Interment was in Rldgelawn
.The engineer and commissioners El Paso street, and was told '
A. W. WALDRON Credit extended 'Launt, engineer noted that he the scene and was seen walkingthe of the Sugarland Masonic LodgeNo with '
will study the bids and the city Intends to install It if I Cemetery, graveside services
had rounded the curve at approximately railroad towards Clewlston 281, and worthy patron of by the Masonic Ladge. "
| Hn Etherton, who waftswlth the'contract will be snarled at funds are available after the citrus growers
led her husband In i special! meetlnJhIi\ afternoon.: street paving bids are let, but Citrus grower, In Florid com.pleteflOTIoant 30 miles an hour about 45 minutes prior to the Sugarland Chapter. Order of Survivors are his ,wife, Mrs \
Monday's. fcmmfsslon all was looking back, checking passing of the train. Bow the Eastern Star. He was a member Helen Dickey: a .on, Cham. 8;
busiest announced: >thto Meting the' Is MwilUag! to commit itself fhfFlorida
through ; Jfli.traia,.which I 11 standard man came to rest on the track ..
pro"eeedure of the advisory boards of the a daughter Lee Anna, ti and
with"i iwarded
A. contract fof
W. Waldron. financially until the cost of the Citrus Production Credit -, I i
,' according: to railroad J* unknown; there were no 1 Indication Order of Rainbow for Girl and
i her husband had another purchasing a second fogging paving it known. Association during June and ,"* Jus mother Mrs. Jewyl: Dickey,
official of violence or foul
of Order of .
i partnership. machine to E. J. Perry of Ft Mayor T. H. Jones Jr., presided 13 of the growers werenew the DeMoIay.In an of Clewlston.
| II.seemed very fitting that the Lauderdale on a.., low bid of at the meeting. Present f member of the association.The Brakemaa L. W, Duncan, rid. play officer saidL his profeealonal'career hew ">
founded Installed la the, front t ''with the engineer Cartwritt had been working a memberof, the Florida
by one of thera'l 11.380.00 on a city: vehicle. were Commissioners Leon Bem- loan totalled more than j
had just of with a well drilling ,concern: and, the American par. Associations : Miss Universe
pioneer families, should Other bids Included those bryr F C. Slke and Dan Mc $3,540.000, said General Manager a glimpse "white"
before the train from Lake Placid ]la the Clewis, and vice president of the ,
(CKtinued: on Page 9)) of Southern Mid Creek Pro- Carthy. Al Whltmore.Good struck "an oject.
." taunt stopped the train ton area for the past two weeks Twelfth Judicial Bar' Association.

.uuncu... ...IJ' _.w we wwucex.. and was also known at Jame. He' was at.omq'for' the contestants to
F.: S. Chord discovered the Carette. There was no Identification City of Clewlston and for the

body between the tracks near on the body and he was Hendry Board of County Commissioners

roads'help Seminole Indians the rear of the Iran the railroad identified by Mrs. Eileen: Betty He was prosecuting visit Clewiston r

Hough 30, a passenger In the attorney for Hendry county and t. I

\ .' f"" : car driven by Cartwritt a t the> attorney! _for fte GUtfe!1<<<< CQVPI7Board !I Carroll

lime he fled the highway Mrs. of Public Instruction.[ He .aMn, owner, of the

white man's modern County board Hough had also been sought was Acting City Judge for Claw Old that South, announced this week '1
a special bus
accept world by officers for two weeks on is ton, contestants will of again Miss visit Universe 1'J, '

charge of contributing to the. Mr. Dickey was vice president ) '

names JohnsonHarry delinquency of a minor. and director.of the Clewls- 11111 Clewlston enroute,__. to the annual .f ji

Its civilization of the whit .of several which will be published lag the 80 miles of road in the chased: said Lewis;. It' 'was The body was taken from the TOO jeoerai savings ana Loan -:' '
k About dozen f'
fast t being accepted by la following weeks to Dante ICccasukee, Big Cypressand transferred to us from other P. Johnson, (Clewls scene by Pattlson Ambulanceand for the girls are expected I ,

ikmlaole Indians, who clung describe what It happening on Brighton Reservations.! federal agencies, some of It ton, was named county attorney transferred to Lake Placid hour-long rest-
at
stop the Old South
tribal I culture and way the Seminole Reservations.! : Actually Lewis is doing a came from the armed forces,- and prosecuting\ attorney for Memorial Chapel for services. School Board \ Ranch oa Tuesday, Bar-B-Que July 21st '

.njhrough Cadaunted many genera One of the earliest needs of magiflcent job -not only ,In that traffic packer which: it Hendry bounty at '''a special! Csrtwritt't estranged wife lives between the hours of 4 IS and I'
h'rest by their fall. the Seminole wit for road The building! and maintaining the packing down the marl oa the meeting of the board of county in Tampa according: to officers. 5:U, Benson said. :
victory to tae Seminoles who could, raise the roads a* needed but in trainingthe road is the tame little "mule" commissioners held Monday Law enforcement officers Investigating postpones meet '

ac-Tender money purchased automobile Seminoles in work which that used to' tow airplanes evening to flU the vacancy caused the accident Includ. The regular July meting of the The trip Is sponsored Jointly

and l have and drove them' on the rutted open the doors for their employment around a US air base by the untimely' death 'of ed Sheriff Earl S. Dyess, Deputies Heodry County Board of Public by US the 27 US Association 301 Association: and I

ml l independent remained a rough I roads leading to their la other are... The Seminoles on the road Carlo Dickey Calvin Swindle Earl Dyes Instruction will be postponed for Benson is of 'which

people: reservations. It wa evident that "Our help turnover It vea'- crews are paid' the standard The commissioners employed Jr., Highway Patrol Trooper .one week. It Is set for 1:30: p.m. The Clewlston an active host member. .t

making Ill obligation the road Improvement would rate and we want It that way" he wag seal set by the MacDill Attorney Johnson under the Dave Tomllnson and Lou '')- on Thursday July 16th, instead an "even larger" hopes for \f't i

160eernment cared for the acceptability by the Indian, and said The men leant to operatethe Wage Board, and compares with term of the tame agreement dings of Clewlston; Roy Huttoof of meeting today. visited with the crowd than

under a paternalistic that it was a must before any general road equipment .*- that for similar work la the made with hit predecessor. Combining LaBelle and City Police Of- July 16th is the date on which Jack Scott and I1rllla.t his ;year. P

la many years, but their real progress J in other direction ed everywhere la highway construction Tampa area. It is slightly under the office of county attorney ficer Charles 'McOeUand. The the change in superintendent becomes Band will again Sugarland j

V malned virtually the could:be undertaken. and maintenance. The the wage scale la the Miami and prosecuting attorney, inquest board sworn la by Judge effective. Governor Farris : music and provide welcome t,

ntl10e> federal agencies Superintended! "of the roadwork ,Seminole road department has area. the agreement is for a token Parsons included David Patti, Bryant recently accepted the ceola has Chief Billy O-
agreed to be
a 005 Program, In' aU Florida SeminOle two' draglines, two buUdoaer, Road 1.00 on, O. C. Lane, Jeff Nash, resignation of present
designed, work now is at a min per year to be paid a* J. H. Bible and for photographer traveling
20 Pthal7 bring an Indians Reservations U Jack Lewis, well three loader, eight truck, three ium. Summer weather with its county, ,attorney and 825 per Ronald Egley. Howard Me- appointed the Democratic nom the beauty contestant with

putted St, b pelf, known and long time residentof motorgrtde, traffic' packers, temperamental rains is not con month a* prosecuting attorney.In George and S. H. Stan. inee, Carl E. Horn by. local shutter fans. as wellas I '

atatua. with know. LaBelle. H* Is in charge of spreaders, etc. ductlve to a successful road the latter position the attorney j I .

sad ability b' cape wit planning, building' and malnteln- "This equipment was not pun.F building program on the reservations also receives the legal fees designated

thi ams plan M th*" where land It low and by law. tl i, ,
I

0e tw d the natural resourxs doing drainage maintenance scant Lewis work has at crew Big Local men qualify to jump r

0ndau reservation 1* Cypress, and about 35 miles of I

1, the ecoaomi5 progress road It being stabilized with Teach .your children

1I tans. In the West, marl; about one mile of hard- in
National
ey doil ladIan are wealthy be. surfaced road It being bunt traffic safety ; ChamDionshsnJohn

weft- on the MaceIn south from the reservation headquarter -" ".r' - .. -- .- '
9brida, Ne Setgln. *. ... ..f Two Clewlston men Paul Pop. America. Three' Judges
M moving more ,lowly; dal: enj,1 'Joe Johns, a Cow Creek Indian ttxlraAlit penhager and Peter Craves sent from the national were. Gaffhey. Deland. placed:
; associa .
.. first
second: and
qualified third .
lint and from Brighton, was operating for participation in tint to judge the dewiston meet. respect.ively ',.
um to ratenrnyg a motor the National la the overall pudging. Ap
grader, where the Championship Com- James .
Lewis V 3. Army .
rT-. .
para. propriate
area
road petition at Lake trophies were award.worry
was being stabilized; Junior Geneva Wisconsin trooper from -
ls v.k Fort Bragg I
Chdew nnod Hendr Cour.re + xr Buster,a Big Cypress resident by their performances at undisputed! first;'plae* in, the i ed to all winners. 11 I

+ to two Sena, ,' a was operating the big the Southeastern Regional accuracy division! ,; landing dead : 'The airport was a busy place I I
tl&4 Caterpillar bulldozer: and plao-' 0 championship: meet ';tat Air center: oa the target on the first the three days of ,the meet.. .
,a count,. and Bts tog markers to guide the operators Glides last weekend. day of Jumping Friday, after Some, of the Jumpers brought'
h was 63-year old Josle Poppenhager and Craves Camping'equipment
y Cahn are. noon. Lewlaalao won first andftayed
Its d icograpsi c Jumper, still active and doing both members of South Florida In overall judging place at the field others were at moteU -
,
0$ eery main traveled a day's work every day. Parachute. Inc.. which has headquarters Paul Poppenhager presidentof In OewUtan... lkJe.weri .

the resldenta Ot the The Seminoles! are strong supporters In dewlttoa. Poppen. South Florida Parachute; who bright and sunny-very .
lba have cot been stimr of the proposed toll road halter placed first la the Style has more than 1.500 jumps In his runny to the spectator who
r from Ft Lauderdals Naples, In Jumping and second in found leant shade
Accuracy from which
w Cdr Sn and so |tesdIbd.ad the hearing ... Jumping, and second log book., placed second: and to watch I I I
uhave tea Jimmy:Oochrln''ItIa.lmme: proceedings, but up 4j
e05 n Dala But many 'They.have donated right of way gad WaatharGty Overall performance.. Graves member of the "Faragators";: a wards of fifty ears were perked i
bees through their state reservation placed second in Style at the field
Jumping. Club during most of I
pre placed: third. '
eta Bind m y' ROAD SUPERINTENDENT' JACJI.EW1S..Jeft: points, The Seminole road department Thirtyl-one contestants from In the style; division Poppen- the three day of the meet. 11. ; .

now of work with down the road when construction 1 Sa) BOW underway had a :good marl road North o Carolina,, t Georgia and halter was first; Peter Graves t
taopa; : several miles .sooth.from the rf Clew st t1 Florida ,competed. at ,the field also of Because' of excellent -weather I
,
CM he give Instruction to Jo* Johns. Brighton resident Friday:' Oewtstoa second and the Jumping
with Big Cypress headquarters but ..... ; Saturday aad.aVmday, Joe Di.puls proceeded morerapidly
andL ts who.to work In Big a member "Fan- r
fmpam cnrrenirr ol la than
CypressPhoto compeUUoQ conducted tinder scheduled and the '
he :
tint Police log Angels
Continued club
program. ( oa Page Eight: ) Deparbnest, rule of thee pl.ced'thfrd. events were" concluded
srachutf.dub of Lewis. Poppenhager and Dr. oa Sunday. by noon j!f Ir.



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Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiitoa, Fla. missus! over enemy occupied vented notification of kin for vloui month, and was greater for the chapter meeting. Tues
than the $30,49690 of the same day. We will then vote on discontinuing
Thursday, July 9, 19(4 continental: Europe. several hours
In the Senior achievement Second that a railroad ll cot month the previous :year the ornamental nursery Let us

tests In Florida! two membersof a good place to while away youi The tax collected represented for the reason that not
THE CLEWISTON NEWS the Oewistoo High School time. tales of 528,143 during the mon enough Interest is shown In It. AIR
class ranked in the top 10% of Third that, ambulances: patrol th of May.Sales CONDITIONyour
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue. Oewiston. collections dropped We will also vote on major repair
the state: and four ranked In ears and wreckers don't track tax
Florida, by The dewistoa News Inc.. a Florida Corporation. to .
loading
according of pasture pens.Anyone
the county our
the top 20% of the slate. too well and became entangled in
k Entered as Second Cass Matter February 1. III.arda at the reported
: Wedding beta rang for: while trying to get to the scene: Straughn. Retailers knowledge of car
Poet Office la Otis *. Florida, under the Act of Congress of duringthe having
Doris Hodges and Larry Wai- The value of the combined collections of 134,57938 or
poles
5. 1S7 old telephone
den. in First Baptist Church, City PoUce-County Sheriff radio month, of May and $33,907.03 railroad any cross ties, please contact Complete with installation

4.R10,1 NATIONAL EDITORIAL dewiston. network was shown during the the previous month. the Clewlston Ag Shop, YU Easy budget plan $26995
Muriel Merriam and Maurice hours
many Investigation. The tax
i1jt N Straughn said the sales 1-4272 or Mr. Rogers YU 3-2021.
: Bailey In Lake Harbor Methodist conectlon: with Sebrlng cut down collections for the fiscal year Terms will be arranged according One Day installation
(q'T Church. toll expense and was Instantaneous. topped the estimate ,by the to the owner's wishes.
N Ann Pafford and LL SidneyCrews However' at mid-night, this legislature by approximately $1-
I '! 0 0 Subscription Rates -- $4.00 per year In Riverside Presbyterian smooth working communication 500,000. The month of June, bas The officers plan for the Clew- Beck
I l' e (Return Postage Guaranteed) Church, Jacksonville.Ruth system goes dead for lack: of ed on May sales, was boomingin Iston chapter to Jump the gun Motors
note BERYL BOWDEX, Publisher Palmer and J D. HookerIn a graveyard shift operator. the state, which reported an on all FFA chapters In Florida
i/ S. R. STALLS. Ufraglrtf Editor Naval Air Station chapel With budget time at hand. it increase of 1665 percent over by starting training and pray Phone YU 3-1301
. Telephone: austeess and Ed.torlaL YUkoo 3-1201 Jacksonville. Is hoped that sufficient funds the same period the previous tice for all :Future Farmer sponsored ClewAdvertising
I Advertising Rates on application. The management reaervts Kathleen Lewis and Lacy Polk will be found Jointly to put the year "May business was a ma- contests.
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! In Nashville Ga. combined radio facilities on a jor factor in the saws total, Joe
David Heater
.' TED KEirs --Bi.. M rwoaalblllty f.r tt. rotura .f ua- 24-hour basis. topping in the 1 legislative estimate Cecil Akin
.'1 olidttd" _".- t Davidson and Donny Yoder have
*r ootocrapk
"
doesn't
.. ,...... TEN TEARS AGO said Straughn. cost.
I TBBhleal.THE. ..itEWS...n or tram oBUBla a. toB. IB adTortlMmat.1&1, r..po..lbl1lt but If for notified trp.t _a- just returned from the State i it PAYIzThe
.f (MB rrn bofor. la'* a.na tern of tk* paper will rvarlBt ror (Fran Ctewiitoi New. The movement for, a drag Convention and told of their enjoyable
J reUr Wt. parts Ura adv.rU..ment !le which th* omr .eeumd.IB July S, 134)) strip in the area, books placedin time. They also Informed -
Ux ..*.1 a tint. lotB.nt would roor tn. Mirvetioa. *.!...- mayor may New
law lb. N.w. will rMI... lb. prlc of lb. adTartiaomoat br .B not be the solution to local the officers of the electionof
amount equal to tho pereoBUc of tIIo total ea his orro. 8-year-old Barbara McDonaldwas
opme Bud
.... or OBlttod eopr r.proeent.d.N stricken with polio and entered dragging. One thing lor sure. public libraryAdult the new state president
It can't hurt or increase the R vlre.! demand
St. Mary's Hospital hazards. Supervised racing Fiction: f for fit
R. !wi. Waldron died in Clew- elsewhere has shown a tendencyto Killed by Scandal (mystery'), Buddy Thompson and Tommy
N 18 years of CARE Service Iston at the age 81. He was one reduce "back road" racing Simon Nash: The Crime of Co Mann will leave July 19 for and stocker
of the pioneers of the area. Michael O'Lena Forestry Training Camp
as participants get much more lin Wise (mystery),
It has been eighteen years this month since the first Fire damaged the home of satisfaction and recognition from Underwood; Will Anyone Who They will stay one week and cattle is heavy
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lowe and .
next meeting.Our
will at our
CARE package was sent from the United States to World organized races. Saw the Accident (mystery), report
the family narrowly escaped FFA advisor, Robert
Ashford Dark Water, new Buy only the
t. War II victims In Europe. Jeffrey ;
when flames broke out In the Lee Rogers will attend the
Dorothy Eden; A Savage Place: ,
Through the years since May 11, 1946 CARE has help middle of the night June report of Frank G. Slaughter; State Agriculture Teacher's cattle you want
ed to nourish 35 million persons-In Europe, in South Warren Brown and George Conference In Orlando July 610.
America, In Africa and Asia. Wherever there Is human Tokieda were Initiated Into Order NOD Fiction: Dale McCaU reporter

need, humans respond and today CARE Is in the midst of of the Arrow at Camp Oa- sales gas tax Front Line General (Douglas *
) Jules Archer;
MacArthur ,
a $7 million campaign to send self-help and medical assistance borne. Winning In field day ,
America, Peter
of North
to the sick and poor in 39 countries during 1964. events at the camp were Karl Hendry County gasoline stations Trace
of
,I Farb; A Day In the Life EDWARDSPlumbing -Sa1e. Every Monday at 1:00: P.M.
Everything from educational supplies to vegetable and ErIc Larsen, Ferrell Spur- sold (more gis Curing President Kennedy, Jim Bishop;
i seeds, from construction equipment to medical teams to Improve liD, Ken Forshee, Wayne Weaver June than during the previous Junior Fiction: Repair

I the health of the area, I is sent as part of CARL Sammy Ellington Ronal month, according to the reportof Tyler, Within and Skee, Robert
service. Weaver and Butch Long.Sonny the state agencies.J. Burah; Replacements.InstallaUons *
t Ed. Straughn, director of
President Lyndon B. Johnson, in a recent statemeht, the Florida Revenue Commisaion Youth Fiction: ,
summarized the) aim of this people-to-people program Drop Out, Jeannette Eyerly; Trouble Shooting
states that $SM.970'
I' "World conditions make It Imperative that we help to fight e Sez collected at Hendry County was retail Across Five Aprils Irene Hunt. "Septic Tank A GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN

I" theo causes of poverty in countries striving for peaceful development gasoline outlets during May Specialty

I : The food self-help and medical supplies and and reported to the state during Future Farmer Phone WT 4028 BeD Glsfc,Hi
services CARE provides are basic weapons in the fight Residents were saddened Saturday June. This was more than Call YU 2-6711

. against world hunger, poverty and disease. at the sudden passing of the $33,188.72 during the pre- Chapter News 325 E. Ventura
CARE contributions may be sent to the regional office Attorney Dickey

CARE, 312 Forsyth Building, Atlanta, Go., 30303. Carlos, in his quiet manner, Thursday night the Qewiston
had gained the respect of everyone Future Farmers of America
officers met for the first time
station and Clewlston Supply he came into contact: with,
which Included: a wide circle because FISHING since election. These officers
: It's History'Now Co.A 4-yard Monlghan dragline of his activities in Rotary, are: Joseph Davidson, president Your LawnBeautiful _
Joe Edd Willis, vice president Keep
went to work on the Atlantic Masonic Lodge, Eastern Star, ;
', THIRTY TEARS AGO Dredging Company contract of Rainbow Girls, DeMolay Boys r ; Cecil Akin, secretary;

I (From Clewkton -., levee work. and the governing bodies of Boats Guides Gas Io Harold Jones, treasurer; Dale
1XM Kathryn C. Little and Wm. C. Mendry and Glades counties Fishing Tackle Supplies McCall reporter; Donnie Yoder,
July 6.
sentinel David Hester, pasture
Byrd of Clewlston were mar Carlos was a stickler for the ;
Lt. and Mrs. N. I* Hemenwayleft ried In Asheville, N.C. letter of the law and minute Johnson'sFishing chairman; James Rudd, chair-
for Blacksburg Va. after details and was admired for man ornamental nursery.

more than a year in Clewlston. TWENTY TEARS AGO his insistence. Camp The purpose of the officer's Follow The Sunniland Granular ProgramFor
Be was engineer in charge of Though never in a hurry, he Clewlston, >'flo. meet was to plan the agenda
the Corps of Engineers suboffice (From ClewUtat Newa, was among the most active on Protection, Growth and Economy!
and was transferred a* as- July 7, 1m) any project: undertaken. His
asslsUnt professor of military passing leaves a void that will
tactics at Virginia Polytechnl- R. E. Kurtz told his Interestin never be filled. Wipe out. .
I' cal Institute. Shawnee Farms to his part -. -

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into the final and Firemen to .... Clewiston. Fl*. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page 1'hrH
inning when the hind to defeat S. M. U. a victory over Softball Saturdaywith
Thursday, July A, 19114
seek Amerclan Legion began their hold on to first place. Hall and the Ktwanls with biting assistance -

Barter-rollers final Legion effort._for....,._victory...... Navarro each collected two hits from Earl Forshee who Ft. MyersEddie 7:30: on the local field, the second Twisters ................................ 4 4
400 0037S. in to victoryand
leading their team
? drove in two runs with his two to follow immediately after The Pin Upi .................... I I
M. V. __.. ,
101 Slx-8 maintaining their superiority Crosby, manager of ... ........
bits. the WhU Kldl .......... ... .. J I
drag-strip in the bating department In the "dewlston All-Stars" has opener.
lewiston Lions 11 scratch V
Rotary 7 High scores:
the announced for a double- ..
league plans
Jerry Holoubek did the pitching L. W. Howard and Schneiderwere .I I
'Softball here Saturday Sef.Polly .
header Gm.
to aid its economy, she stated. and Terry Home the hitting Lee Davis hit a tremendous locked in a pitchers duel game two teams Bowling news .1
with _
IIIOve t II on des as the Lions came from behindto two-run homer in the fifth! Inning until the Vol. Fire exploded for night McLeondon 220 ,,489
Emory, who is steering the .
her tog
from Ft Myers. Team landings Mary Evans ._..._... 182 459 I
drill-strip four
In
:nlzeirpa! week11 meeUnsclIeduled Club through Its formation per give the Rotary their first for S. M. as they went runs the final two InaIDS. Goof Its ........................_. 6 2 Sally BIus .................M. 450
sad by tile group iod, was Instrumental In organizing defeat of the season. ahead5 and tried vainly to Crosby said that the teams are Hot Shots ..............__. .4 .4 Carolyn Booth ....._ 182 .
lu or,aD1ZrE a club of dragsters )In St. Horne had a double and a hold the lead for the victory. Vol. Fire 010 122-4 being picked from a Ft Myers TopletU; _.....__..._... .4 4 Jean Vana ._ ....._ 160 j'
COlllple n ecUnrperienced < Petersburg. The new club is single in four times at bat Rotary ._.............. 020 212-7 church league. ...
.
H. D. open to membership for all and drove in five runs. S. M. U. _...a. 300 030- Kiwanis -__???. 100 111-4 The first game will start at J
dr.ster. EmIl drag enthusiasts, regardless of Behind 4-0 going Into the final 1
) Emery president of age, or sex. Every member two Innings, the Lions came to
eta ..
s dragster Lion U Leglen J ATTENTION!
1101< only very activedabthffiilated must bold a valid Florida drivers life with four consecutive walks Freddie Robertson and Lanny THE BOOS to read is not the
license, the dues will be by Rotary pitcher William Navarro .
the Na7s one which thinks for YOU, but
with Sutton
each collected two hits
$5 to Join and $3 per month. and scored the 11 runs Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers t
1100 o while the in leading the Lions to victory.Bill the one that makes you think. .
Rotary picked
Hot Women will half the regular up onlythree
all mem- pay No book the world the '
for Edens tossed hitter In equals
wm apPb' a one
in
al JI'Oup rates.All. the final frames. LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
oranlza.o
for Bible for that.
the national Skipper Hall the Lions as David Carlson
III sparked Rotaryat
and IJ followlnll all of its safety rules of the National the plate collecting three hits was the only batter to hit safely ALL scripture is inspired by WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING i

o dosel1m anizing.art \ Hot Rod tsoclation will be in three times at bat for the Legion. Edens struck / God and profitable for teaching,

of leg work In requirements of the Quarter Lions ._ 000 065-11 out 11 mea for reproof, for correction and A Lew Cat Farm Mortgage f
A ew deal, called the Qu.rlilerl. Milers/ Rotary 200 221.7 Lions _. 302 131-10 for training,Jo} righteousness." FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
club Legion 000 101- 2
by I Timothy 3:16:
done
has been Will Famish Cask Tae I

) Dean Bulifant, whoa buFd Little 8. M. 17. 1C Elks U Community Presbyterian Church Refinance debt I
y A. (BillY) II partner League JUNIOR-SENIOR LEAGUE e Finance farm ImprevemenU. new banding, purchase .' /
iii.d Wm. Little Ricky Baker continues 407 Royal Palm Avenue
Texaco ServSOm wind machines. and Install IrrlgaSea.e .
Emory In the to lead his Elks team in the HENRY HORRELL FORD, Minister ;
:d League Standings July: 7 'I" i ie
ClewlstDn. Mrs. Assist U purchase) ef a farm grave er ranch. I
.
III contacted 74. box scores hitting department as he sparked W L 9:00: A. M. Worship 10:00: A. M. Bible School Purchase mere land.Prevlde .

at I81s she 71 .areed towort the Elks to a nine run third Giddens .,...?-.,,,,,,,?,,.,,_, .4 0 SERMON SUBJECT capital funds for the farm s.t. rpdea.ONLY .
SJDtSJlllen .nd inning collecting a double with Vol. Fire 1 2 "The Common Sense of '
Club. Sheriff E.rl By: WIlE HILL ?-??????? ?? ?? Jesus"YOU A LAND BANK LOAN ":f.
the bases loaded. He drove in three
..
KlWaniS 0 2
A. HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
ChIef W. League Standing July: 7 r ri.miiui.jimiii
ell and Police active supporters WI.Rotary runs for the night collectingtwo Beardsley. -,...._, ..._. 0 2 1. Lower payment ., I

y that many of the .4 1 hits in three times at bat S. Lenger terms (U> te II years). 1(1.,
beUevlll1l who at Lions .4 1 It looked as If the Elks had Schedule S. Dependable service (serving agriculture oxelMtvetr \ ;

our hotrodders"drMSta.r along s.M.U.S, Z found their first victory of the July 14< ARE INVITEDto anise 1917). -,

lsenl are Avenue Sugarland V. F. W. ,,....,,..,_.. 2 2 season after going ahead 114, Kiwanis vs. BeardsleyVol. 4. Fun prepayment privilege wtthevt penalty. f i
1 Monte M Road would find Elks .-.;.__ 0 S however Jimmie Forshee putS. Fire vs. Giddens attend I. Least service ly local peeple familiar with Meal agHeultore :"': ;
,rk lid M. U. back in the ball July 16 a .
outlet for their racing Am. Legion _, 0Schedule. 4 *
ate -- game with a bases-loaded home Kiwanis vs. Giddens If we can be ef service te yew please write er pbeaje I
i run and a SMU victory. For Beardsley vc. Vol Fire GOSPEL MEETING W L MAT, Mgr er DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Aid Mgr.
attended shoe also collected a single for

Dress/orianizatlon wd Whaley meeting and July V.10 F.-W. vs. S. M. U. the night In three times at bat Klwani 10 Bearddey 10 services at 7:30: each evening Federal Land Bank Association :i tof i

red to support the club, and Elks vs. Lions Elks 009 211S. Beardsley and Klwanls battledto
.' advisory M. U. 035 8-U 10.10 tie the time '
on a citizen ?? ??????? a as cur
geM Monday July 13 Bradenton l
with other members as few brought the game to a halt
lid V. F. W.
vs. Rotary VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLeach
unnamed Elks vs. Legion V. F. W. 12 LegUm 8 The game will be decided at a PHONES 742-2W1< BRADENTON.: FLA.' ';' )
In the battle of the cachingbrothers. later date. ,
f.
offices art .
Reeled to other Wednesday, July IS i 10:30
!
Olden, vice president; Lions vs. S. M. U. Billy and Butch Me- Ricky Miller led the Kiwanlateam morning at : a.m. *,. :j tl
toy secretary; Dean Gahee, Billy and his V. F. W. at the plate while Danny
jjBoulifant Rotary vs. Elks8M.V.
leeretary: team came out on top behind Krledler was outstanding for L 1
jibat! recording -
II I Nub treasurer and Roypublicity S LegtM 7 the pitching and batting of Bar- Beardsley. CHURCH OF CH'RfsTCLEWISTON r 1 ,
chairman. nie Bryan. Barnle collected: two Beardsley! ______ 003 25-10
luda. Henry Drake sparked the
planned at hits for the night driving in Klwanls 300 70-10Oldden '.. ; ::
are t :1
tklr meUns American Legion to a last inning .1
three runs and came on in re- ,
the VFWDM. ,
at
o'clock Thursdays rally by driving in two runs ,
lief in the third inning witha 12 Beenbler 2 ,, -- .
with his second hit of the
night
fine Job for his team. Mandy Morrell pitched and -
Hear the gospel in its truth and
but the rally fell abort by one
]The Club needs a 5.000 yard The Legion failed to collect batted Giddens Furniture to a '
ivtd drtf-strlp. with parking run, as the Sugar Mill Union a hit off Bryan and Raymond 12-2 victory over Beardsley. simplicity taught at the. evening OVJEST ; '
Mrs. held on for a 8-7 victory. ::
i real ind access roads; Blount Farms. I
Want Mid a quarter-section Keith Carter pitched and batted V. F, W. 128 12-12 Henry Bowden collected two services by ,-.

I land will be required for the his team to victory with a Legion ???????,?!??? 032 03- 8 triples and drove In four runs
trip ind adjacent facilities.: triple and single coming on In for Giddens. as they held securely David Reeves .P ICESOfJHfVfAR : :,
inning attracts visitors from the second Inning In relief of Rotary 7 S. M. U. I to first place in the ,

slant points and the Club beeves Allen Phillips. At the time his Rotary sparked by Skipper league.. ri ,
the drag-races will bring team was behind 41." Hall and William Navorro In Giddens ______ 305 40-12 Hartville, Ohio YSlfR '

i money Into Qewlston and S.M.U. held a .... lead going the sixth Inning, came from be- Beardsley Vol. Fire. 6_- Klwanis 110) .4 002 July 12th 19th A1"ECH\ ) ,



Clewiston Church Directory- Bubba Schneider pitched Vol l ,\\\SV01. ftJ j



FUST CHKDTIAN CHURCH COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH \
Ml N. Francbee Street 4f7 Royal Palxa Avenue 102 E. Ventura Avenue "
B. J. Goodrich Minister Henry H. Ford. Minister Rev. Bob L. Christie Ii r l

.110 a.m.-Bible School 9:00: a.m.-Morning Worship '::4J a.m.-Sunday School r
i.m.-Communion and 10:00: a.m.-Siinday School 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. UV' :! ,!
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Worship Service. 6:00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow 6:4):< p.m.-Training Union. l CI A+I
t.1IO p. --Communion and ship.Wednesdays 1:00 p.m.-Evening Service. r.. l .. .''J "I ,
Worship Service. ) Wednesday:
: 7:30: p.m.-cholr Practice. 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers ll I
!T.. p.m.-Blble Study. Meeting. I 'L

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 1:00: p.m. Midweek Prayer x YItf "J'SUMMER' '
COHMCNTTI PENTECOSTAL 331 W. Oiceola Avenue Service. f

HOLINESS CHURCH Her. David Denslow. Pastor 1:41:< p.m.-Choir Practice.ST. SHIPMENTS JUST t ALL ,

8wlh Ctewbton 9:45: a-tn.-Church School 'v ; I ARRIVED .
her J. R. Taylor, Pastor 11:00: a.m/ Morning\ Service. i rtX *7S pAICES

III im.-Sunday School. 7:00: p.m.-Methodist YOIlthFeIIow.hip MARTIN'S CHURCH WE'RE OYER t SLASHED
1 H a.m.-Morning Worship. (EpUeopal) 1"TOCKED
'T.15 m.-Sunday Evangelistic 207 N. Pacific -
Service. CHURCH OF CHRIST
"'
Rev. dark H. Dorman. Vicar
edoelllay: SOt Sooth Central Arcane
Sunday Services:
700a-Prayer Service. z. J. Sullivan Minister
; 7:30: a.nv-Early Eucharist
'7t)pm-Youth Sunday: 10:30: a.m.-Family Service and -;; e 'M' ,
Service: 10:00 a.m.-BIble School
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Church School )"
KOITHSIDE 11:00: s.nx-Worship. Saints and Holy Days as an- j ? /
MISSIONARY 7:00: p.m.-Worship. nounced. \
, BTOT t\ .
CHCRCH Wednesday: '
** N. Francisco Street 7:30 p.m.Midweek devotionsand Confessions by appointment WE'YE GDi eta is-FOOr j

Rev Julian Pope Bible Study. THE L 6 irno-roN VALUE

"US lIIa.m.-MOrnln am.-Sunday School. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH kxa YOU WANT \ SMALL ATA CAR '

|..P.m.-BTC. Worship. CHURCH Of JESUS: CHRIST SMith dewbtra 8 ro ." : PRICEFAST
T., p. APOSTOLIC FAITH Rev. Herb HIgdon Pastor N'
-Evenlng
ray: Worship. Soith Oewbton (::43 a.m.-Sunday School. t I

'T."pa-Prayer Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor 11:00: ajn.-Worship Service.

Service. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 7:00: p.m.Baptist Training !

11:00 a.m.-Preaching. Union.
CBtICU
IIZ.\II..\ 0. GOD Tuesday: 1:00: p.m.-Worship Service.
PadRe
lIn. Aveaeat 7:30 p.mPrayer Meeting. .'Tuesday:
JOe Coleman 1.00: p.mBrotherbood.Wednesdays .
::0 Friday
a.1" --Sunday" SchooL 7:30 p.m. -Toung People's : NOBODY

T T.*,iB.-Mornlng. .-Evening: Service.Worshi Meeting.- Thursday 7:30: p.m.:-Hour of Prayer. Raising A Family? MATCHt ouR B M+4, r :

1:00: p.nv Choir Practice.
T,
: '
-payer Service. HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH 1RADE.IN WE'LIDuEAI
a r.T. Highway 720 AuOWANCE

T2 -YrotPeopG's Bn- 9:43 Rev.a.m.-8uada Vie Turner.School Pastor CLEWISTON GOD ASSEMBLY OF Finest place in the world is right herelA. :- :: $ DiI n I


11:00: a.nu-Morning Worship. US Booth Fraattisee Street
: ,
nao.urIJa1IuT 2 p'fl'NF88FI' Ia: pjiu-Training Union. James F. Klmbrel Pastor

etre W. J:1: Paso 1:00 pjnEvenlnf. Worship. Sunday.: ; b 1 Pliant t.
R. o.bona Wednesday: 10:00: a.m. -Sunday School

lz Watclswer Study. 3m.-Prayer Meeting. 11:00: a.n .-Morning Worship. '

? 11:00: a-m. -Chlklren's Churca. ,
alley_JIibJe Stud;, 1:00: p.aa.l.q 7:30 p.mr EvangellJtl Service AIRCONDmONINOi -
, WID1atry ScbooI: 1:10ItnIc. : CHURCH. or jays CHRIST Wednesday: ', .._ i iI
Heeler r.....' 7:4) p.ir.-Christ's Ambassadors. I
Will keep them happy and thru the mug
hottest
Weetmc healthy
1:30
: p.m.If. .Paul Strickland.: Pastor iI

.kUa.\\ 10:00 ajn.-6unday School: Thursday.: Low-I11TEAEST ,
I I
giest days
rather Robert A.aroaca 11:00: a-rrk.-Morning Worship-. 7:30: p.m-Pra and Bible 1.There's 1. ;
Hostler '
4 Wednesdays Study FINANCING .
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I -y 14aaa._ 7:00 p.rru-Prayer. Meetlnf. Fridays: unit !
a designed and for ,
I I.III.-Dan 1.m.J'Int,Weekday Saturday 4:00 p.nt-Royal Rangers for super-compact priced )1's 1's"See !

Friday IIaat. 7:00: p.nx Youth Meeting. Boys the small home. 4 .
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and son Bobby returned home Air. and Mr. S. H. Stall and Mrs Aubrey
her wedding to Felton A Rickl..on ,, of Cod. Johnson wedding vows Monday from a week's vacation: daughters; Mr and Mrs. Phil 111 Cewiston Is tooWII to
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. All friends and relatives( are lindsey- at Ft Myen Beach. Spendingthe Shuford and children; Mr. and beautifuls"'ho fernerntiet 1 a

Ricks. cordially invited to attend the holiday weekend with them Mrs, Keith King; Mr. and Mr. Ices I while! ( cblll'eh -..
Miss Penny Ronan, daughterof The ceremony will take place ceremony and the reception exchanged in church were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hare Arthur Johnson and children; Mr and viaitfng here
which' will be held Immediately ceremony and Mr. Joe Hllliard and Joe Marlin Mrs FJoyd
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ronan, Friday evening, July 17th, at and children: and Mr. ton spent last m
afterwards at,the Clewiston Inn. visited Mrs. Hllliard who is week in
this week announces plans for T:30, at the Clewlston Assembly Miss Jacqueline Edwina John. Billy Williams was best man Tony Toulis and son. vacationing there pres.ently tug their daughter Ida\
and Ken Wildes and Victor Allison Among the holiday weekend ; Corky Mullen and
son, daughter of Mr ,and Mrs. fang.
Blair and Buren HalL Eo
4. Playground kids Edgar Johnson, became) the were ushers. visitors from Clewlslon at Fort home they stopped tohdayg
.. Ate- -. ". bride of Richard Wayne JJnd- A reception was held In the Myers Beach were Dr. and Mrs Friends of Mrs. M. X.. Good at Naples Beach! for Itw'
*> enjoy swim fallowing H. W. Shupe and children; Mr. win will be interested to learn them this
party church
SOWN icy, son- of Mrs. John R. Yarn- Social Hall of the week tl
MOST1t W UOAR iwFLO ado and the late J. M. Lindsey the uremo Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Earl E. Morrison and that her daughter, Mrs. Rai. 01 Miami Stevt1alWJei
Participants of the Central In an Informal ceremony: la the mother of the pride, was daughter, Donna;,, Mr. and Mrs. monde <( Playground enjoyed a swim Avant and ton; Mr. and played Nettle In Carousel in
First Methodist Church Friday dressed in watermelon pink Hooky Sugarland -
: 11 party Monday morning, July 5. evening The Rev. John Whitehead with matching: accessories. Her Mrs. Charles Roberta and chil- Summer Playhouse In. John.kt.town at the C. S. Mott Swimming Pool pastor of the First Methodist corsage was of carnations. Mrs. dren; Mr. and Mrs. Johnle Jack- Pennt. 1 11 now playing:; I
with Misses Judy Bembry and Kevin Mr, and Music Man there',this month .
Church of'Moor Haven Varndoe chose a peacock: : blue son and son ;
'U Joyce Jones, supervising officiated at the seven o'clock: dressmaker suit, with pink accessories Mrs. Eddie Crosby. and family; and during Auguit will plaj;)the YU
d M Stunts, games and supervised, ceremony Her corsage was pink Mr. and Mrs. Richard 1.. Pape, leading role ,Jacss, Me, Kate.,,,, 2.3311
activities: were enjoyed by
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The altar of the church: was carnations. \" -
those, preaent.The .
1 IS REFINED arranged with palm.,"cathedrsl Assisting In serving were Mrs. ; ."
Is annual affair
i party an candleabra and 'a 'bouquet of Ethel Guilden of Miami Beach,
;! IN1'O for playground participants. white asters, gladioli! and.pom Mrs. K. D. Wildes, and Janet ;- I .I
,
s poms. and Janice Johnson, twin sisters
j e Mr. and Mrs. Al Foster and Miss Cheryl Lee, pianist pre of the bride.Following. ;

I I I. "" children have returned from a sented a program of nuptial mu. the reception, the
'1 ., vacation trip to Northern states. sic, and used the traditional. couple left for a short honeymoon .. 4
". J ; They visited relatives in Chicago wedding marches. The bride entered at Fort Lauderdale Beach .

1 sugar i'" ._ / ,.,.; It' during their stay. with her father, by whom The bride wore a beige suit
.; "- : it : Jennings Ezelle and Harold she was given in marriage. She with matching accessories and
: White of Olando spent the holiday was gowned in a short white an orchid corsage.
1 Page Four j THE CLEWISTON NEWS; Clewiston,.: na. weekend in Clewlston with embroidered organza, with full Both the bride and at-
groom
1:1 : Thursday, July 9, 1064 < their parents. skirt and bands of embroidery tended Clewlston High School WE'VE
-
encircling the skirt They will make their home In
She wore a small white hat Clewiston where he Is employel!
and short veil, and carried a by Kelly Tractor Co. SHARPENEDOUR
bouquet of white phaleono psis
Fishing Boating Swimming Relaxation> centered with a white orchid. Tabitha Claw In
Miss Vernelle Lindsey, sister
,. ."... -. of the groom, was the bride's monthly meeting
i.: m"f'. :. : 'I' 'i' poly attendant. She wore a Mrs. W R. Bruadrtck was PENCILS
"
r J, '.rn- : pink dacroa-voile, fashioned with hostess to members of the Ta
I 1"" bltha Class of Hi Haven Baptist
I" full skirt and fitted blouse, with
sell-mbroidery. Her flowers Church Monday evening Mrs. FOR
were pink carnations.Thursday. W. R Baxter conducted a Bible
Quiz which was won by Mrs.
CLOSEOUT -
fi J C W Mann. Mrs. Pat Drake

e gave the devotional.The .
( 4 hostess served homemadeIce !
cream, cake, mints and nutsto
Mrs. Paul Holladay, Mrs.
Friday Saturday Baxter, Mrs Mann, Mrs. Drake, COME IN FORA
July ", II and 11 Mrs. Henry Storey, Mrs. W. J.
W I CHILDREN 40c Jackson. The next meeting will TOP DEAL ON

Ii Walt Dkney' be August 3 at the church.PfRSONAlS.
A 64 PLYMOUTH
THREE LIVES OP J

THOHASC4A" OR VALIANT I

Moet BDnsoal story for the
entire family! Trade-In allowances are

high, prices on new '64
Sunday .* Monday. July W-1J Plymouths and Valiantsare

LAKE JUNE-IN-WINTER Lake Placid Fla. DOUBLE HORROW FRIGHT low. If you've been
-HOBROR OP PARTY
ii waiting for a chance to
BEACH"also
,, get a new car at a price
: APARTMENT MOTEL 1
that puts the savings In

COMPLETELY FURNISHED EFFICIENCIES One and Twe Bedroom "CURSE OF TIlE LIVING your pocket, the time to
CORPSE" Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Warnick shop Is NOWI'
DAILY WEEKLY MONTHLY BATES '
of
Hawthorne visited Mr. and
BAR-B-QUE GRILLS FREE FISHING BOATS! PETS ALLOWED Tnea. *. Wed., July 14-1 Mrs. B. B. Wilson for several Bring your old car and
DOUBLE FEATURE -7', days last week. The two couplet be prepared to deal!
I "FOLLOW THAT DREAM made a trip to Bokeella for the
ED and PAULINE DIONNE Brie Presley '.' fishing on the Fourth of July
,\ } holiday
F:, PHONE HO 1-3040 Route I, DoE Ito LAKE PLACID. FLORIDA ales 1 \ Mrs H. A. Land and Mrs. .
+ : .
Larry Garrett and son, Robert,
"TARZAN GOES TO INDIA! of Jacksonville, arrived in Clew-
:;t
Iston Friday for a visit Mrs.
Land A_ I'M
expecb' to tVnaln nere,
but Mrs. Garrett and her son
will Join Dr. Garrett In San

,: COMING SOON assigned Antonio, for Texas three where months will training be- HURRY IN TO YOUR PLYMOUTH DEALER'S AND SAVE!

course with the U. S. Air

another step forward Force.Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas
have returned from a three BECK MOTORSHighway
weeks' vacation trip to North


: to serve you better! Lucky.areas Carolina in Smoky Tennessee Mountain and National and San Benito Street Clewiston, Fla.WILSON'S .

t Park and other spots,
l and stopped for visits with relatives
i
N E W LONG DISTANCE: in Panama City, Palatka

and
Savannah.
'1 II E fff IBM STATEMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Nigel! Miller and
.4J I children and Mrs. Miller's mother Lb.
Ii i Beginning the latter part of this month, our customer will receivea Mrs. Guy Shroyer: left Saturday BAKERITE 3 55
new type IBM statement reflecting their long distance call and for a two weeks' v Can
r'' charge This new IBM long distance statement will be enclosed \ tlon at Fort Myers Beach. ,
I .
with the regular telephone bill Instead of the individual long distance ) Miss Vicky Robertson of Jacksonville

tickets, The new statement was designed to provide more In- spent the weekend herewith BRAVO ta. WEBB'S
i ,,1 about long distance calls, and it will be easier to read also. her mother, Mrs. Mary

j : The new statement, which will be produced by. the very latest IBM L'Vformation I t Robertson Misses Dianne and family.Rackstraw and Corned Beef 39g Rice 3-lbs.49*

equipment, Is another progressive step to serve you better. Joann Crawford left last Wednesday -
Your Partners in Progress, for New York and a CORAL BLUE PLATE Quash


: INTER-COUNTY trip made to the the trip World's by. bus Fair.and They are Liquid Detergent. 49g Salad Dressing _... 35ROSEDii.

Danny Dialtone Crawford'staying with relative of MIls FROZEN


,,: ;: Telephone System Denotes Quick Service she Miss will for Donna spend Houston Redlsh,month Texas left with, where Tuesday her Cut Broccoli, Butter Beans 3 for 49c[

J uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Cut Okra
I Frank Beetner and family.Mr. _
II and Mrs. W. G. Perry *"*
I and family spent the weekendat PLATE

Spending Miami Beach.the weekend at Ft Tomatoes 2for27eBLUE se .__ __ _..,4
Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc. Myers Beach were Mrs. Mary MORTON'S FROZEN
.
Etherton, Malcolm and Beverly
Etherton and Mr. and Mrs.D. Beef and
W. Judd and daughter. Turkey : 3 for 59c
J Mr. Joe HoUl and children
Pot
Tracy Jeff and Chris, returnedto Pies
Complete Line Of Panama City Sunday after a _

two weeks' visit with her parent FRESH: Ga01ND. '.v.'. .- Lk
*. Mr. and Mrs. C. E.!: Miner. J: ..I'-r '
Building Material Mr. Hoffla came down for the Hamburger 2. bs. '- 29
,9ge Beef
weekend and accompanied his u UVJr _____-. _
; family on the return trip. .
,' It7ICY
i t' Mrs Mary Robertson and sons l'ENDu .... ro.cr...: ftNDD: Po
J Freddie and Frankie left ;yesterday '
for: a visit In Round Steak Pork m
< Norfolk. 79( 'Steaks'
'. > For Large' or Small Va. ----u __ __. .-
t. ,Among the Clewiston NONE: BE'ITEa'
resident Lb.
Concrete Jobs, Our Radio who spent ,the long Fourth of Each DEUClom
I' July weekend In Naples Cubed Steaks 39%
: '. \ I Controlled Trucks Will ,?/Mrs.and Mr*. Bob,Beraer were and --- -- 1\J)o: Picnic Ham? :-.:;... _
family; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mar.
I : t:<: f I Deliver, Your Needs'Quick' i t. tines and family;Mr;and Mrs.

Dick Baker and family; Mr. and
"I' ly and Efficiently. Mrs., Jack Redlsh and family
; ,:t and!Mr. and M.'BID Baker. FRANK'S!

J; '1 : -' : ,? .Spending aVacatlon at Naples ,
;. i ,
''sab \1r1' Beach: tune Mr. and Mrs. H. T. .
: ? .t. .. .. .. ,\ ,aVanghalJt: ass.fasnily.Mt. : .
I r and Mrs O. tt Brown ::
: I Grocery
and John Brown are leaving < ; MarketRonanRicks
fly h! Haiti Friday for a vacation trip to
St-CWuton
2-4411
Call YUkon > Nova Scotia.
l : : o- odlxo
: *3w ersuTEa
,M .Mr. nd.Mrf., B. 11,...... aaT I.U; \j, !* D1eITg

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TIm CLEWISTON NEWS Pan Jive I
Fla.
his second: four year enlistment Gainesville, when Randy received Joint ceremonyat Mrs, W. A. Norman Ruby tower Bible and Tract Society! Thursday, July 0, 1"4
period. treatment at the J. Hffll Herring. and the Jacksonville Cohgregations -
Dr. and Mn. Fred Collins,, Miller Medical Center for an Hall July It-Martha Jean Howling, of Jehovah's Witnesses.
and children have arrived from ulcerated eye. Thiiwas a recurrence Legion Merle Blunter Requests for rooming aceomo- trlct: supervisor for Jehovah's Guard will conduct a statewide
Washington, D. C. for a visit of an old trouble, bet Officers of the American: Legion datlons have been received from Witnesses practice test alert prior to July

with her parents, Mr. and Mr. medical science: bin so':advanced and of the Legion Auxiliary Brown family,, 25 states, Bahamas, Puerto Rico
S, L. Crochet Dr. Collins, who that the treatment was com and Canada. 15th.This
wilt.be Installed, in Joint ceremonies practice: test alert is an ,
holds the rank of Captain In pleted and the ere: healed within'- at the Legion Hall on hosts barbecue "Regular jneeting, held Han on'
417 West E3.
the V. S. Air Fore, hat completed a very few days > 'Tuesday evening, July 14th. Kingdom theMdem "Mlnutemen" for the
a :year of Internship In Mr. and Mm. Don 'Galasslnl Ninth district bfflclalr. will Mr. and Mrs C. 'IL', Brown Paso tree will be cancelled during of testing their abtUty i ito
purpose
convention since the
dentistry .Andrews AFB HotpitaL and family returned this week conduct the Installation. were hosts at abarbecut, dinner! ;,; the surprise alertMajor assemble' rapidly, If needed.
He is assigned, is of Aug. from There win be ',i barbecue it majority of the congregationwill : .
R G. Deglertamfl a trip to New Mexico at their, home Sunday ,> ,.J, that
Ind Mr.are vuationln,"1)P" let at Cheyenne, Wyoming for where they visited relatives sad the Legi6n"HaU" at T:30:: preceding -',,. Guests were Gideon Brown' Mr. Osborn.be In Jacksonville; said General Henry W. McMillan this GeneratkcMlllaD'Ir.Cated:"advance'notice, %f.tlie'test

coast of Floridp !of, a two year tour of duty. They enjoyed sightseeing.Jeff the Installation; the barbe whois at home on leave from St Augustine adjutant .' alert> Made to apprise the pulAlle
west to visit In Louisiana and >
plan will be tree to Legionnaire
cue Fort Jackson, &: C., Mr and Mr. Osborn said that 600 volunteers fnisunderttandKIng'of
? general of and 'prevent
weekl. Donna and Mellnda Ftorldai4announces ,
In Fort Worth, Texas, snouts and members .
Auxiliary: :
spent have
'
in Jacksonville
Mary Beth sty Moore, children of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. L. Wright and family Florida ATmyjNatlonll .this Jj|
that the .pracctlceeererdN
Lake Placta with to Wyoming' later this month. Mrs. Grace Waldron, Misses' been calling on householders **' .B** ........ ,
week In W A. Moore, Jr., of Altamonte lip'
Caw at the tip sotas Gideon Brown cf Tort Jackson Carol and Wilma Waldron of since June 14th searching for )'. "' .

10 Lake June. -- .,- .w S. C. Is spending 'a ten Springs,are Mrs visiting Percy their RoUnd grandparents and- Births; .. Canal Point' Mr, and Mrs W. rooming accomodaUoni for delegates :-", .r1 ,r 'j
left Tuesday for day leave In Clewlston with his Mr. and Mrs this C. Wright. dewiston, Mrs C. expected to attend. This, Y' ,
W. A. Moore
1 Hornsby trip to Ta1aha.! .... parents. Mr, and Mrs O. 'H. week. Rev and Mrs James A.' ,J.,Brow.-v South Bay and Mr. Is In addition to hundreds "of '1 ''t" ,
II Mrs Roy ft Wilcox Brown. Klmbrel announce the adoptionof and ,Mrs, Henry H. Ford. hotel and motel rooms being Ir "' '
and spending a two .Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Webster Mrs S. C. Fry spent last axis weeks old baby boy. He listed In the convention city r .
'
b acstlan with rdatlXet .Mdfour daughters of Gary. Ind., week In.HawVlorne,, vistlng her had been given the name of At One of the convention highlights -' s,.. j
amveSLihlt week: tot a} visit son, James fll'r1l1nd family James Brett. Witnesses will be the public lectureat

t Gt7.sad J J. Celgerwd! ..rwttSTMtlKrenti.' Mr. andjMrv Miss Miry Beth Frjr left Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Palmerare district meeting 1:00: p.m. Sunday, July 12th \
Mrs an4'her' to two weeks In Hawthorne the topic "Preach Among
are vacat -ri riII ,,W.:C,0yright, Sisters spend the of girl Wanda on
parents a
Geiger
I Lindl Beach. : frfi-oSMiBrcwn and famUy.J ', with Mr. and Mrs. Fry Over 23 of Jehovah's Witnesses Men of Goodwill or Armageddon -
born 3 at Hendry '
Fort Myer Duncan and Mr. awl Mrs. Campbell it,:'s;> Arriving Tuesday for a visit June General Hospital July, weighing seven from Clewlston are attending Which" This Is to be ., ..
and Mra J. A. vscaUoalug'oet Nail spent the long Fourth c* with hit sister Mrs. L. E. Lee 15 a four-day "Fruitage of delivered by Joseph Sala. dls- wa
pounds ounces
ler. Pat are July weekend at Fort\ 'Uudeiw.;J.and family were Mr. and Mrs. the "Spirit" district convention
MYers Beach. dale Bejch. t:' Li; R. Woodward and son, Law- opening today at the Jacksonville :
:
,and Mt,- J W EZC11: and eMr Hooks ton of Ripley, Tenn. HAPPY BIRTHDAYS! Florida Coliseum accordIng t n.1il 1
and Mrs. Audie andlam1l1'
Sun Crews. left to Mr. Robert Osborn, presiding Sugarland Pharmacy
eiaoa
f 5 trip.They chose: Lake Worth for Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and July t-Fr.nk Dougherty J. A. j
vacation minister of the Clewlston
lot a weekend the Roland, Jos. A. Duncan, Nina
relatives In Or- their holiday over Miss Arils Lawrence have returned PIZZAYU I
oed\\0 visit .' Fourth. Turner, Midge Harper Ethelle congregation.
n.. and Luen.Ga. from a month's stay at
3Craoevfte. spend some< .Mr. bud!. Mrs Charles B, ,their- .cottage at Fort Myers Morgan. Convention officials estimate 2-3311 F
.. and to of Georgia Owens and family are leaving Beach. July 10-B1U Blount Grace 1ft audience 13,000 at the 'ti
it the mountain this weekend for a vacation tour Wlnaat.e.Jul111Rev.. event sponsored by the Watch- .'i
North, Carolina.Warren Howell of Florida. Mr. and Mrs Robert SQcox: : L. T. Pagan Ruth '
r. Md Mrs Dr:' and Mrs: John F. Powers and children attended a McGee Jackson Medford Dunaway, J, I'
at
are vacationing '1m_ .. m:1iL ''': 't' 't' 'tt'"
family and SODSA Michael Eugene and family reunion near Venus on Barnie Bryan, Shines Ingram. : III .;
find J. D. Sullivan John Patrick are In Clewistonvisiting ,the' Fourth of July. Forty-four July 12- 4:1: "" '" r I
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. persons from various points In
left Thursday July 13-Charue ixiworn, Cynthia
pWleld.weeks ID visit with .i, Pitzen,'w nd Miss Patricia Pow-. Florida gathered for the out-, Bembry, J, E. Brannon, ., t
r two Mrs John Hawkins\ ers"j.nd .Mrs. Helen .Roberts. door barbecue dinner and visit- Laurene Worth. THRIFTY \,

aether.her lister. Mrs Ray Lee Dr;$Powera has completed a ing. July 14-James E. Adams, Bo ,. "I... t
family! :year or"reslcSenc'in a Dayton; Manuel. Corky Hornsby, Mel '
this week from Hlghli Ohio hospital. vlnnle Whidden? Larry Aaron. .
ling, California, where he ham Rev. and Mrs. H. V. Turner July 15-Mrs. R. H. Crawford,'
..vedhii discharge from the returned Wednesday from a vacation Ruby Davis, Arline Platt DRUGS.
: are Mr. and stay' ot ten; days pear.
Force
s. fur Owens and children Lake Wales.Mrs "saymom..we're: .:,?
Tom }
J, T. Cockrill and son "
Jr.
ict Ruth and Thomas.completed; 'Ran4yr apeat *ve'j; days, Jn. Patients discharged Glen- Shopper' Special -, all out of milk!" ".f>' 1'
recently J
Owens da .Howard Byrl Ingram, Lu: .; J 'c
cille Cochran, T. C. .... t
Musgrave.
.o thar
Janice Martinez, Mrs. Gerald, ESI Filet of Bluewater! Fish ." :..;.a.,': !

1 Stewart and babies Ramon Onta. ', ''''
Sandra Williams Debbie Via-' ; t1
"If.
sUmmeR with French fries and Cole slawor
cent Alfred Vincent Thomas C. ,,' d '..
; Moore. Edna Thompson Ralph; I.I'f,,'f' l
I Humphries.\ Maria MorrelU'James car nsurencebuy ,

savings sale Knott Dorothy Williams Salla.lbury famous low rites* Now that'summer's here, the kids Ire I' 1
Sadie Kennlngton, Jeff .
Mta's Khaki Khaki *r Cray I Walter Dixie, James T/ and top service.' Baked Northern Salmon Loaf home for lunch- and you need to keep ;. i J

Work Shirts. Rudd Joey Jumper, Fannie Ree-j] Contact me today!11'7/ plenty of energy-rich milk on hand to

Work Pants tor, Sallie Tommie, Naomi Tom.; with meet the Increased demand during these t
Short MeereaReg' Abner H. celery sauce, tossed salad, ;
Reg. $2.98 ea. role, Willie Knott.. active '! ':
months
$1.88 growing to come. Give .
ea.
'J'
Italian bread hot rolls
Patients remaining Bernlce Vann or them plenty of refreshing body-building ,'; ,.': "y t
2 f for $5 2 for $3AL'S Han Cellna Orta. John L. Djr* milk. And have some yourself-Just for .
Ph.
ea, Annie B. Nail Henry Car-; 580 2 for 98 the health of It : : ',1 ,,
: or % I..K I
nero Thelma McManus, Jackie YU 2.5971 ,, 1,,. ,..11. ...,'l lO .
ARMY STORECome Ann ( \ 'I. r
Goldman, Mary Cypress: ., ',., ,. '
Joann Palmer, Melinda Taylor,' rATa' FARM --1 1 1N ':\ : "': 1t '! $, 't I"tl: .
James Bice Nancy Lou Keen ........_..'_ 1'\-'JI'II II fJI: II' II' II1t DAIRY COUNCIL or SOUTH FLORIDA ttu ,Ida, ;
m", r' ras
in and browse around -, .Charlie P.- Hall, Isabel Kelly ...0IIIM0 N.aeYA,,__ ", :\ : \ t. .",".-i.:: : ", ..,.. .

Lillie Scott; Mart Ethlngton. .;,, :
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THIS IS YOUR CAPITAL CKIOITS STJtTISJCNTl etTarouaT :
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July 13, 1964 ,!,1Payment/ : on Capital Credits $ 2U.3 i :i t Ga'S': .k ',..;" tP.

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Rambler Classic V.8 98., e 2k.03 '. ';
Highstyle t
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yet costs over $$200 less* and gives you a long list of important : : 1 ; II t I : i. I

Rambler 'I [JOHN DOE ', ,"y. "! 'iI' on !It- "
advantages at no extra cost. And with what you save 'I..1 '' \ t t' ., .."r' ;.1t.'' ,' : ..R -. \ .. "
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name them. If you This check and;I.992 others will be dis- Rural Electrification Administration !;

steering, power brakes, power OI1{ OWs-7You tributed! paying $$81,081.f4 in annual Capital gram j' < ::Yi} .': |: .i
like fun glamournd savings too-now, .
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dealer.RambIeCIassicbig payments Flades pera" ; : :,
is the time t to see your'heaf by Ranjbler. ; totaled ;
growth for the
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Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Cnistoa. ru.CTTT ADWII.TRATIVIl EIPRN.RPuporvl.1os ; : ng unpaid from the date of the, d mina notr so df led ehalt M .in.ntt. 1114: on the following equip. 'ttA: s 1/i.: : ;
if* of sold Improvements
( 1.008 1.000 1,100 ',000 acceptance roll. One (I) 100 gallon pep hour a lh1Jtp41'tt
r' Thursday. July !. 1964 ornto OoSortss 1.000 1.000 .000 16,000Ault mind may be paid In ten yearly Initallinenta. ANNIE M. BARROW output or equivalent' fogging :
Eap.n0 100 100 100 plus Interest a* afor. Ao eaecutrl0 of theLast machine for Mosquito Con Clerk' Clrclul 'k
.
ptatlonrry. .. Ofrlt. 8uppll.. 1.0(1'( 1.000 2,001,000 ..ld. Provided that If .ny duo' Will and Testament of trop BY! JUdy LonC"RClark'sd0cij
j P0.000. II 100 III !16T.Npho. I.I not paid wh.n Douglas Gordon Pearcy, This machine to be complete ( ol.rlt .
Or 4n. -rlT>Of .. T.I..rnph 100( 100 110 100 there Sill h. In .ddltlon to the daceued with gasoline power' gauge.,
I aOTI(K or UGLY HeVAM: aPROrOOED lsora00. t Bond. 760 1,600 'II' 1.00' aforewld. Intereat be added a pen First publication. July 1> 1514. control valve. hoaea: : and. JUD.CN-fll

I Notk. .I. h..by given t..t tho City eo"ml.' of tho City 4tC.wltoa IA..I Ado.rttsing f 1..r..llon.1. Promotloll 000 lOt 1,000.00' 101 1100 1,100Ufhss 1,000 ally at the rat of" InitallmentI. t per cent fily' :: lVlH.. 1M4 pipes with to operate eonnectlone neo.eslary II, July t,, .. II, I IIN

to Florid.be paid, out bu of eause4 the' Jn: b..prepared and a budget th. .:::.p.nUneupon. Fond. I\..W.tce. m I.m '.m 4,100Payroll : in rpaid.lProvided. further that In Thle machine to be properly complete 1.D '
1,000Elnpl laid aaaeaementa may b* paid Jt'DGF.'aCUlR for one (1)) man 'gRCI 1?
October 1. I/OL and 1opt.mber I0. ITHB" COUNTY operation 00q
for the p.rlod b.0iantn.o =r\ .y.o. nlror"' 176 100 10. 716Opentlii Intereat at any time and delivered HBYDRy ? R
FOB.
without
J.1 Clew.
1111. A r.Fular m.ettnf lit Clly Commle.lo.I h.M la (
Labor_... '.000 6,0001upp5H.Sower with after the. COUNTYUFLORIDADRY "LOR COqI
days
wkkh (tO) thirty l.ton Florida IDA
I t0. u.. .t 6II p.m. In tht City H.II, City of CI..tet .t
", ..tlnlr all persona: wltk tutt.tloni. _pl..t.. or ...,.tlO... nI 10. 100 Improvement. I* completed. and a In ProbateIN The Commission reeerve. toe OLADYBAO.CBRIDpgj: .,.
(1 laid budg.ti. 14 prepared will ... ....rd .t 1:10: P.M..r ae """"" resolution/ accepting the samehoe RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF right to accept the loweat or ,
"I th.rr.n.r a. ran hard. led btsltrt with .uc" dI...... 116'07) 11/,110 I 0,600 117,166machin. been adopted by the CityCommlulon. FOURMT bait bid. and to reject any or JOHN P WuVrNO1iCE !
; Now TJ'pa..rll.r Addlni JOHN VICTOR AAl0OR
wbich an 4am.d .: *0. .:I'r... alopt.d all bid. ,ry
8/Fred C 8lke po10ag. motor 1,700,00 portion of the amino,. CITY OF CLEWISTON ptyeXO
4 That ,
Section 1'I0T.t' B OF HBAItlTO TOI John
Atf Clerk\ Improvement not Byi C F Blair Bridg01
/11,10300RSITMATED cost of the. laid TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
OPElUn..Q atUGoT.041110: C. P. Blair
I : GENERAL FUND:
b. paid by .pec. .
to
INCOME IUllVEl'fI1B rnD apportioned You h.r.b notified that You Sr.dhenbunkneq
i an .
Clty
.$.. ...Water .. aforeaald be. tothe Manager
will
7 1.4 g Mont0 I10N0 10,00000 lal a ae oftthe total coit of the 'und.retgn.d apply CN .ult for dlroki punp"10M"
W.ter Broward N Par.sons -
Tap-I. Honorable
f =. ,11"':: ur.iI. : 114.SlI.N RNRti 1la1..EIHtrlc-LI.ht R.I. 40,000600aleofAectrloR.sldnttal 1,000,00 regaining one-third. Improvement twe-thlrd. of plus the costof the. County. Florida Judge, for of an HendryCounty order June SI. July .. 111 against In the abov.tSSSSsS you.by Court.yYou. B

0 Fire De..t. 36450 4,10404.. TI44.41111.11 1,111.14 4lt1.Nltre.l .alEIHt"lc-Commerel. TO.OOO IT..IIOO 00 paving eald Iri I shall I hesr granting mineral leave to lease make o.Cabot oil, lit THE CIRCUIT COURT I- the gotr.d Clerk 10 file of tho your. ......tie, 'It

Frldlf.. and CIoI..rte -- 4.04/0 1,1/1.41 11,000.11Pinol Cu.lom.r 1101..EIHtrlc.Po..r P.nallleu 1.00000 'fSnld.tho9f'rhVactynproTTh'. ; Corporation of Lafayette. Louis- AND rOB HBNDRT COUNTY serve a espy. thereof CoUrt tal
1 .000.00 Job '
Parka U.blJl 1,71114 1,40404 I.1,14.44,14.41...... ........ amount to ... paid by soil spot. lana on the following described CHANCER.Y FLORIDA NO. 161.DIVORCE. n n. CI'.I.to, J1 1jipLintiff.
-rn:; ......m.nl. belna M property: : ;
IIIld..oI.. ttt4II !,150.1! $1111.Wade 05 and Id/fromm Section .. Townehlp I : : ; :
Estimate lo om. Bewage te be 0
I.... .. 1,11111 0,101.14Trash IiOOO.OOCN the amount. funds South. Range a Eaat. In RTJBBLL HOWARD PI.lotiff
I1,1.01 un.. 11,414.04 "" the general Improvement Ibervllle Loul.l-
Parish
G..n ..,...... 11.111. ".00' .eMtc0ss 111,400.00 being 111,711.16.Section ana.Ths RUEHEN HENRT HOWARD, K&'i
In July .11.. U'O Engineerbe .
.
4,10411 2,16111 4,11..50I The City. petition for leave to leae BHj 1
I MONultt Control LtNN .,.... ...11.... and he la hereby euthorinedand ....... will b* presented to laid Judge NOTICE TO DIII'ID Def.DeI.at
,........ directed to make an :
RtoenatlOa 6d06lII 0,117.11 at hi. office In the Courthouae. 83tfaSSS|
f'Ioop sod Gonoral ........ 1.11'.11 ...0.... ment roll In accordance with the' LaBelle. Florida, at 1:00: clock TO Rueben Henry Howard I I' .
lIupenl.lon ........ ..u.... ........ will NOTICE t-Avenlda Del Rio. Magnoliato method of assessment providedfor In the afternoon on the Ird day Address Unknown )
Otflto klar" 11....... .11'.11' )t....... ani., .not b. roeponalble forBetty H. Eaat Royal I Palm In thl. resolution. and saidasieanment of August 1104.FRANCES Tou are hereby notified. that a June' H. July
t Incurred
Otrlto E.p.n.i end 8appU. 1,10000 61110 1..0' by 1-Magnolia Esperania to Del roll shall. b* completed HOWELL suit for divorce has been filedagainst I, t, II, lilt
Till. Monte with the City Guardian of the. you by Rubell Howard In
City Attorney 1.111. ?6101 1.0 BOBBY W TEELBON !: and filed propertyof
City .rudn 1t0. '11." 1,10110SAdvIrtI.ing No. 474 4-Weat Royal Palm Avenlda Commission of thin City aa prom. John Victor Fourmy, a the above court You are required
red Prtmotloa ,....... fl." 1,000.00 July. II. H. 10, Ill4pI Del Rio to Del Monte ptlv a. posalble: this. aaseasment minor to file your answer with Sugarland PPIMA
AudlUnlr 2,40104 1,447.00 1$00.00 I-I/est Royal Palm Avenlda roll .hall .how' the lot. and land CN No 177 July I. 1114 the Clerk of the Court and to
Auto .0. Track: IIccaN 11" ,... 1Bulldlog 1.00 Del Rio to Del Monte aseeaaed. the. amount of the aa erve a copy thereof upon H. P.
., Repel 104.007. II 1,100.01 THR COIWTY JtOOK! Crescent Drive. Cltrua to each lot or Job n 0 ". Clewlaton. Florida,
Eltoellon I100.N n.1I '.'.00 COURT IAID, FIR HKNDRYCOl Pone. de Leon poreele land and the numberof IYYITATIOT TO BIDDERS Plaintiff'. attorney. on or before
t Iuurance 6.0,100 6,60010 '!' TY, FLORIDA T Varloui downtown alley annual Installments In which The City Commlulon:: of the July IT 1144 otherwise. thin ae.
Payroll Tao ItaPf'n. tm::: 0,000.00T.10pb.n. : In Probate C..e No. which are being paved but the assessment. la divided ....n City of Clewlaton will receive tlon will proceed .expert 1 U 2.3311
I 4=: T.l.gr.ph 11.60 1010Utllltte. IN RE:: ESTATE OF th. root of which I I. not also b* entered and shown upon bid. up to I:Ii PM. ES.T July Wltneae my hand and seal of
: Exp.n.edlty -== 10.0010011.77 !0,6.0./0 JOHN WILLIS COOK I Included In figurine. am soil .....".m.nt roll.Seaton .
Emplo-Ualform. 1.500.0' 111.0' l.fI'.OO V-........ eaamenta and for which I. The City Clerk I.
City InpHtor 1,313Ii "'00.011 NOTICR TO CREDITOR: abutting owner are not hereby authorised. and directed.
City Inap.ctor Auto Eago00 n." 100.00 ALL creditor of the Estate of belnaaaieieed. to publish a certified copy of thl. -
LaIr.1 Eip.nN 10'." 150.'. JOHN WILLIS Section ta resolution one time In the. Clew.
Jullo".l1olar,. 1..0000 T II.15 1.00.00 are hereby IfffeIdr"r: : ( ) The total ..Um.t.. root Uton Newt a newspaper of
Janllor-Erp.nN itO o. 10'.11 1.000.0 which. clam or demande of the an Id Improvement la '85." general circulation published In
Golf Courts EspenN 1.00001 1.2.1' 1.110.0. they mar have acalnat .If.*.. I... "411II for laid this. Cltv.
Llbr.r Ex pan.. .500,00 I.UO t1,600.10 sold Estate In the. office of the alley or a total for aaaeeamontpurpoie ADOPTED IN OPEN ....Ion STEAKHUNGRY
Flay Park 11.1."y I.UO 011 ftO 00 16011 County: Judge of Hendrr County alaB.lie. of III.lit.1'. thl. tth day of June. 1114.
Play Park Other 100.00 III." UO.IO Florida In the Courthouse (b) A portion of the espenie T H. JONES JR
Ml.cell.nssuu-EOpens. 10000.00 T13.111,000,10 Florida. within elx (t) of sold Improvement ahall be MnvorCommlsoianerRICHARD
t cal.ndar months from tho dab paid by special .......m.nt. on O. MATTMO.V
of the first publication of Ohio
330III00 : 37,600.00 notice. Each claim demandmu.t th* property abutting on Mid City Commissioner
Now Equlpm.nt 1.f6//0 garbags 30,140.10: : b. In writing or and mill struts Bald ipectal assessments LEON BFMBRT
against aald propertlea shall. be City Commissioner
( state the pl.c. of residence and
........
3U,06.00 36,130.00 post or'lce address of the claimant upon the property *pec* DAN MCCARTHYCity
j eChamber of Commerce |1.BOO,00Hendry and must b. sworn to by the tally benefited by the Improve Commissioner
I Count- Fair 10000Newspaper claimant. his agent, attorney rent In proportion to the bene (SPAT)
Adv. 100.00 or It I ::. ': void fits to laid property. and are FRED C. BIKES
Other _____________ 400.00 according to law. The law r.- to be determined and pro-rated City Clerk.Commissioner.
Sulree claims to be tiled la dup- according to the. front footage C'N No _
'r 1.100 00 of the reapectlve properties apec.lally July '. 1544 :
ESTIMATED COMII GENERAL! FUND June 10 "... ( benefited by laid. Improvement Chef Ernest
10041011I i/VIROINIA COOK HENCXFN *. McCray
I O.rbace Fee 1 '1.100.00 rt I JOHN of the Ea (c) The City Commlaelon here.reapectlve woTirn or ANNUAL' MFTMOor !
Fine. and Forfeiture. II.ooo.00I of WILLIS COOK, by finds and 4ot.rmlno. that the I.Ag00wnioR1' or
....
Road and Bridge Fund .too.00 Flrutp properties wllbo CbBWISTOV" DRAINAGE'
Mosquito: Control _____ .,too 10 Iloallon on July (. benefited. by Oh.. laid public Improvement DliTRICT
1144.
i Electrlo Expenae _____ 1100I : i/CARLOS R. DICKEY by a total amount Notice I. hereby given that : is ready to broil for YOUA
. .. Culvert.Occupational. .000.10 Attorney for Executrix equal to two.thlrda of the total pursuant to call of the Board ofSupervisors "
License ',100.00 P. 0. Box Ilf coat of laid Improvement less of Clewlaton Drainage
Doff License 100'00 State Farm Bottling the. eoat for paring laid alien. District the annual meeting
Bicycle License _____ of th. Landowner of ClewlitonTralnag
1000 Clewlaton' Florida to be pro-rated to each property
BulldlnR I"Irmlt. 3,15001 CN No 471 abutting on a Strut being Improved District for the year Selected Top Grade U.S. Choice
Plumbln. P.rmlll 1;100.00 July ', II,_ St. 10. 1111RR5OLUT1og on a front footage basis. 1061 will be bald at the office of ,
the '
t1llrn P.rmll. 10011 (1)) The land Dt.trlrt. Federal gartnga .
upon which the
Swimming Pool Income 1,10010 laid .p. I.1 .......m.nt. shall be Building. tot B Ventura Clawla- .- >
PI.yp.rk Income : NO A-*) ton Hendr ', Florida en
levied
100.10 are hereby deilgnated a* Thundey, July: 10, 014, one Tao tlii
t Youth Center Income 1,100.00 A RESOLUTION RPI.ATINO follow t clork In the afternoon. Eut.rn New York
TO STREET PAVING AND All lots and land "tolnlnlr( Btndard Tlma tor the purpa00of
IMPROVEMENTS: BTRFJPT
and
fI,1I1.00 contiguous or bounding :
PROBABJ.J! INCOME IMPROVEMENT PROJECT and. abutting Fleeting
upon inch Improvement one Bupervlaor
Transf.r from Itrv.nuI V..nel IIUI.IO NO / AND SPECIALA1IE1L1MENTS or apeclally ..*.n.. t-Electing one Rupervlaor: : to
To b. raised by T.... and other aource. 100000.00 filed thereby and further fill the one'year unoxplred per.
BB! IT REHOLVED BT TRill designated by the asscu.-. lost of the term of Mr F SIRLOIN STEAKAvailable
I.1I0.00 CITY COMMISSION OF THE mont plat hereinafter referred Conkllng. whoee r..n.tlon'' ..
PROPOSED t'TlLIT1' OPERATING! FUND BUDG CITY CLEWI8TON. FLORIDA to and provided fori *>. effective March I, 111tRer.1Ilnf /.
1044-INO Section 1. That the City Com. cept sold alley annual report
Iiws.s 7.1.1 minion of the City of Clewla- ) with and taking action with respect. ( from Noon for those who cant
Water PunhN11 .. r.oEIoftri.: $41,00,00 ton Florida, hereby finds and CityClerkuof!! this. City In the thereto aa the landowner may wait, until 6 PJ/0)
Elperto .....0..00 0,001"0" determine. It neceaeary, and to City Hall on Commerclo Street. determine, and1Transacting -.. .
EnNn14rlnt ", oO.eo UOO.OO 1.I0e.eo T.l00.00 the public benefit and welfare, an. ......m.nt plat showing the such other bill.
i M.Int DI.0. .I.m-IAbo. 1I.1I00.eo n.uo.oo 1100000 that: a public Improvement auth.orissd area to b* aaaeaaed. with plans I Ine.i: a.. may come before the
M.lnt. Dh0. S.I.m.M.I.rl.1 1.000.00 1.000.00 .000.00 by Section: : 17001 Florida and epeclflcatlona. and an ...11.| meetingHOART> o- ItrMRVTlIOaR Served in 'our dining
I M.lnt. of T".n.'nrm..bor I.Uo.OO 1100.00 Statutes Annotated to b. known mate of the coat of t OF CLRWIBTON' room
M01oL of Tranaform.rnMaterlal. 3,000.00 1,000.00 aa atreet Improvement project Improvement which lain DRAINAGE
t.lnl of Mrt.rS-Iabnr 1.6000000,50 111'100'110 number b. m.d., and that a ....nt plat plane and apeetrica.tioni aieei. DISTRICTByi W C.
j M.lnt. of Mul.ro-Matniol '.000.00 1:100:00: : 1.0000: part of the ..pan.. thereof be and estimate are and ahallpubnV I I'rsslArn" PREWITT.
M.Int 0' H.dr.nl..Labor 100.00 10000 defra,. M01n1 of..rhnt"M.tarl.I' 5,1000:: 10000 Sold publlo Improvement ..
.. iO
i 1,15000 4,10000 herein proposed and authorlaed S.cllon' t. Said aaataiment
Suppll.s 4 Sm.1I Tool.00.00 I.o.ooe 1.00.00 .oonalate of and the nature there. shall be and remain liens, co IT TAR f'tlt"RT OF TAR '. a_/ .
Auto Truck flO.OO 110000 1,110.05 of la the gradinghard eurfao- equal with' the lien. of other tax.a. CO!''VTV Jl'IX,K. Mr-PKr: j
t1t.t. UtRRy T.... 1:100': :s00:00I : log and COUNTY'
: 110 paving of the certain Superior In dignity to all r-IOHIDA
Neter Rending l.eOO.oo 1000.00 ''00000 atreet In the City of Clewleton ether Ilona titles' and ".'"'.. n- ESTATF'' PLAN NOW Enjoy Out
Coot of Cuotomer Bch to be Improved designated a. "I MM. and .!.:.It bear Interest INRF:: OF, Dining
I .lcln..Labor 'UO 000.00 410,00l tollowsl1Del t at the rate of eight' per.centum POUOLA8 Deceased OORDON' PEARCY,
Mont. Avenue, Magnolia per annum on th
unpaid bal- T
73l71.90.,063150.00 110000: 171,101,00r : : to Francisco ante from time to time '.....10.I All CwdlUra('Lim.: er ill Ilesaaadej Pen .m

I l Hgrhg Rale' P.,. ,,
t You red arA" of you rerJ.r0'1 -
roh' :
I and '*Q I "" cUlm* red> demands
1I which I you. or Other. of you. ,
I {r'1J.IIAln.t" th. estate of Doug.may

or ..1Ii:idn(1o> p"rcri? dereasert late THE CLEWIS TON INN
Meet dealer to the County;
Jeep

I. your new r Judi.' :,;fi.r,7. nty,' al:County.. IjiRalle Florida Flo!.

rids within 010 rolendxr months

nation' ofithls entices: 4r t pub.I. .

I.. of ..cA. clAim' 0 cop.
/ .hall: b. In writing red AamsnA Clewiston Florida
.hall
..hiefl place of r.ddunre nd Telephone YU 2.3501


r i >I Waldron l Motors ant Ned,aacom000i.deby:adc. addrss.: ;of sworn:aufllih0 rho:claim.10'"t by i -






i: t 841 East Sugarland Highway Clewuton, Florida, )

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I I ANNOUNCEMENTMRS.



I : invites you to come in and see. .


f 6. ETHERTON ANNOUNCES THE SALE OF SUGARLAND




: r't1! MOTORS TO A. W. WALDRON, WALDRQN MOTORS.To .




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each of the customers it has been our pleasure to serve dur




ing the 36 years that Glenn Etherton owned and 'operated this busi




6 't r 'TO nwuur VUONttl-tha fint roil station wagon to offer TO HEW JUr IUU.UTOt.-th.. tint 4-WD truck to offer p.*. ness, I express my sincere appreciation for your loyalty and pa

tha comfort. looks and performance of I posiong.r car PLUS longer car smoothness on the highway and lura-footed 'Jeep/

bi 1 .4-whaaf l drive traction and safety. 2.WO model alto available. traction off the road It t available with GYM up to 8600 Ibi.I ..

I tronage.

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:t f MARY W. ETHERTON


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1 "!" In assuming the ownership of the business of my friend and colleague




i i .'t. I '( I ask the continued support and patronage of our friends


r: "1,m JUT imrtlUl-th mo t amout member of the'J..p' 'm'HO'' rn? -the 4-whwl. drtv.Mhlda with forward fIIOtltor'/

f r IMrtiMl. tfrtvu family of vrfikU It hat three poww take 1r..ld...lirr *.Otte.,meet cargo area and the* HXt ttu >{ and customers.

: i | J elf points and I range of .peelal equipment to Suit In netda. .kif radius In Its wtlgtit cI.... qvw s avallaolu up to WOO 9*.!' 1


r 'h I+1 fHOWfACTORYAPFBOK.SE-Y.61. ) RT. DEPATYENT-lut&I :: ttafted and) JpPtdt'o ill'Vl'ou/' ., \:! l I assure that

f"t't" r' When drlv.your 'J..p' vehlcl. out ofthuhowroom,you takulorll with you our..stint Int.rlst Ind: fc, you we will endeavor to operate WALDRON MOTORS ()

i that. Of KAISER Jeep CORPORATION. trained mQChanlalrl always at yourervlc. with a complete: e .

: qnp of 'J-tp1 approved) parts and 'IrvIcIlqUpm!! Comf and tit .us. Inspict the Mop' Bn. and in a manner to merit your continued confidence.


r "' t uttMtJttp.vtbId.thatlUltlyoubtaU ... ..i0PAt7ONau i

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, EARN |20 per day tar more In

permanent route work. Will Vets Info Service Clewlston, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pate Seven
train man or woman If inex.
LlSSI"ED ADS perienced. Write Mr. HEATH j,' Far too many of the more I Thunder July! 9. tau

Box 2766, Memphis 2, Tenn. than 150 million pieces of mall I
that flow through the Veterans I file are duplicated. There! are Ice and save both time and

Administration each year cannot, hundreds of thousands of the cost of additional correspon

be properly identified, the VA more common names such as dence.

y RATES: Foujorfperlnsertlon.ro TWO 50-FOOT LOTS ON LAKE FOR RENT 2-bedroom !boner. disclosed today. Smith, Brown, Johnson, Jones,

JUNE, for sale ".000 each. garage northslde, large shady FOR SALE Coon Alto Sax- DisplayClassifieds Too many veterans and their etc., but most other acmes are If your correspondence Is thru .'

II mlDtmum per cllare; four >ID- Terms 1/3 down. Phone Lake corner lot, YU 2-2801 or YU 2- aphone. Used less than 6 mon beneficiaries are merely signIng duplicated at least scores of a service officer, he will take 'ft"'"

Dis for the price of three. Placid HO J-4635. tic 3341. tic ths. New cost $295, will sell for their names to correspondence times care to place the appropriate t.

8130:! Contact Sam Ellington at and not numbers same. However If
on 'J1'
3-1201 SALE FOR names are The veteran's claim number
FOR Two bedroom RENT
-
YUkon Two
bedroom
PHONE Kelly Tractor Co ito enough (C-number) and his Insurance you write direct: make use of .
house, unfurnished Haiti Trailer. Reasonable.
on Call YU
whose Dimes a, FOR Almost all of the 30 million number are his alone and are the "C" number and If concerning '" I
27601. SALE 1MO American
re oDl Street. Financing available. Kelly's! Market South -
tile eJan1fte4 ads names la VA's master index never duplicated, the VA has Insurance make use of the : t
peer II Call YU 3-1322. JulyUe Clewlston. July9p Trailer 8' wide, 42' long. 2- : '
I
pick liP twe pu- tW bfedrooms. EhrUchs TraHctr pointed out. Use of these numbers Insurance number, to Insure

..a,Dixie)\ en.tal Theatre, HOUSE FOR SALE-3 bedroom, FOR RENT-Furnished cabins Park, lot 12. 12.500 cash or $800 NOTICE! In correspondence will Insure quicker responce to your'' Inquiry. il. ;

upUmeetevd fI' tile News 1 bath, CBS. corner lot, partially and trailers. Johnson Fishing down, balance in monthly pay Shoe Shop Will Be emQ prompt and efficient servIIAKLEM ,.t

'JIIt.tre. Panes mat lie furnished, or unfurnished. Camp. YU 21181. tic ments. Harold G. Chart. Jul30p CLOSED .
baton W5dres4f Call 3-2081 or 22821.
afci far FOR CITY: or rtKwisToirNOTICU .
RENT-2
July23c bedroom and one 158 BUCK 4-DR. SEDAN. InS l July 22 SBob Harlem NewsI
bedroom trailer. Also 1 bed- Davis EqUALIZATION MEETINGNotle. : .
cash. be
Can seen at Qewis- Phil
HEAL ESTATENORTHSIDE3'bedroom room apartment. Call YU 2- I. hereby riven to all .
ton Tire' and Recapping Phone *, firm, and corporation
frame. 4064. tic Tom YU 32321. Raving t property, real or penonI. I
julSopFOR
.fit feme rot SALE Furnished. Immaculate TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or Overboil''s I. In ,the ubjoot City of to Clewliton.Florida municipal: News of Our Colored Community :

NORTHSIDE bedroom frame, trailer space for rent FairGrounds SALE One ottlce desk, taxation that the City Commie.. MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor "
aloe of the said City of CI.wlu.toe
OK SALE OR RENT-N. du- 19.000. Trailer Park. Phone formica, also student's desk, Trailer Sales has accepted the aeieaaraent Phone YU 27831CHU1CH t ',.1 l lt
ACREAGE as available. 3-3044. secretary chair, and two .teIIO,. roll aa prepared and prevented +
pId. St. bend 8 ACRES NEW tfc New and Used by the Ta: Aaniaor ACADEMY cnOOLatECR&TJON NEWS
: Obispo 2-BEDRooM 2 chairs. Double A Roofing Co. which roll la now open and available .
co u a Pacific Sts. bath frame home. Hardwood TWO BEDROOM HOUSE FOR Sugarland Highway, YU 31131. 515 Central Avenue for Inspection at th* City New Bethel AJf.E. Chorea < t: t

collect Lee Wilson, 844tfo- floors. RENT. Phone YU 2-6881. tfe Phone YU 3-1831 Hall during In r.gular the City buane.of Clawlaton. hour., PROGRAM Rev. L. Holmes, pastor r-

Lake Puk Fla. 325 FHA HOMES In Broward, tic and acid City Commlaalon I will 1 8.00: a.m. 12:00: Noon Sunday School *::30 I
FOR SALE-GOAT CHEESE: hold a pnblla meeting on If on- Worship U:5J:
Palm Beach and Dade Morning
counties day, July to, 1114 I SO Monday thru Friday, free play
R J. BlowrtDIAND various sizes and prices. FOR RENT-ONE AND TWO. from natural goat milk. Sot. or ai lOon thereafter at aa the: mat.p m.. ( and sports) Evening Worship _......,. 7:00: "Pit'

THAN Small cash payment. BEDROOM trailers. Also brick 81.2S postpaid. The Marguerite Northaide ter can be heard at the City games Bible reading, Tuesday evenIng '
GREATER: shady Hall and alt a* a Board of 8.00: p.m.10:00: p.m.
for houses acreage.lulMMM. FOR RENT Efficiencies: and Park.spaces dewiston Trailer Ranch. Highway 720, THREE ,bedroom frame! Equalisation for the purpoa of Monday night, girl and boys at the church. .
EVER YU 2-2661. tic hearlnr eomplalnU and reoelv-
houses as available. LaBelle, Fla. JulylCe Choir rehearsals, Wednesday I
Wo have customers Large rooms. Excellent con lag testimony la regard to the basketball

C .List your property; with Over 1,000 vacant Iota to select FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished ANTIQUES FOR SALE Mrs. dition. Good neighborhood. penonal value of, at any fixed property.by the real Tax or 7:00: p.m. 10.00: p.m. and Thursday evenI.D:.. ',.

J.Z. Beardsley. Ph. I71oL from for all purposes. Various bouse. See Mrs. Blair Ann Glotfelty& Phone YU 2- $11.500. Aaeaor, and for the purpose of Girls and women Softball, The pastor and delegates will .
Uc prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. at Clewlston Motel or phone YU 6621. July23o perfectingrevlewln: *, and equallilnc Tuesday. attend the Sunday School conventlon ,
AND INCOME the aeaeaameat roll for the that will be held at the .;
24421. J. M. 1*'.. .1
JuIyJc Lankford year of 7:00: p.m. 10:00: p.m. '
am SALE Large FamUy\ PROPERTY. 11/...... C. Blk*. ML Zola A. M. E. Church la '
[Some Four bedrooms, Two $390 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent FOR KENT Trailers and Trailer FOR SALE Two Chihuahua leg Real Estate Broker CN4UCltr: Clerk Boys and Men softball Belle Glade Fla., this week. j

Ltai. Built in oven and range.Snilr CBS construction, $23,000. spaces. Royal Palm Trailer puppies, 9 weeks 'd, 825. July 1, I, 1M4WOTICB 8.00 Wednesday night Visitors are always welcome. 'F\

worn- Big yard. Oaks.I LONG TERM, low Interest Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic each. Boat and motor $d.. YU : p.m.10:00: p.m. Mt. Calvary Baptist Chorea

Atlantic. Phone YU 2-3672. farm, cane, grove and ranch FOR 24044. tic or ri-fitio HnAnnro Boys and girls basketball Bev. L. M. KMeheae. pastor .,.
RENT-one bedroom trailer THE CITY OF CLEWISTON A Thursday nights .
ito mortgages minimum $50,000. dean, quiet Phone YU FOR SALE-One 14 It. Thompson 3 Business Lots MUNICIPALITY ORGANIC T) D 8.00: p.m. 10:30: p.m. Regular church services each ,.

C. H. Booth LISTINGS NEEDED 2-1238. tfo boat and trailer. 1963 Across from Thrifty Drag AND LAWS EXISTING or THE UNDER 8TATB THE or Dancing, Recreation Center, Sunday. Weekly meetings and 4

18 hp Johnson motor. Loomis FLORIDA TO, THB SEVERAL Friday prayer service as usual 'Ii I
JT. M. LANKFOEDKeg. A. R. Broadfoot PROPERTY OWNERS! TAX Mrs Emma Dixon, reporter "
Three Ford. ticJamee
.1 SALE BY OWNER- PAYERS AND CITIZENS or
Real Estate Broker 2l/2 Acre -5 AcresPaved .
Frlendahlp Baptist Church
CBS. 338 W. Haiti i. THE CITY OF CLEWISTON.
bedroom 530 East Sugarland Highway FOR RENT-New IffxX' house FLORIDA INCLUDING NON.
Road Etoctrle SCHEDULE AcnvrriEs Revival services began Monday -
Jw.181tIt
JH495. Fire, Auto and General trailer with two bedrooms.By E. Brannan RESIDENTS OWNING PROPBR- ;.
TT OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION night Rev. P. H. Jackson
LEASE bed- Insurance: week or month. YU THEREIN. AND TO ALL WHOM JAMES MASON POOL
SALE or Lakeland
23421tfe Fla., will preach each !1"
? Oewlston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 FOR SALE Parakeets. S2.ooup IT MAT CONCERN!
furnished. -
[ house partly DadeMonroeRealty this week and
room You and each of :you are her Monday ClosedPre8ebooI night you are p
redecorated Inside. Mynah birds, African lovebirds by: notified that the City Corn-
_pletelt FOR RENT-2 and 3 room fur- CUsaes cordially: Invited to come out
[ Phone W. a Christian monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet mission of the City of Clawlatonwill
window ilrcondltioners. bold Ke.rlnon and hear the .
nished apartment Phone 2- a tubllo: the (4-- Years of age) message.
tier YU 2-4801. boarding. Thompson Wild 10th day .of July, 1M4. at 1:41
I : at 8
p.m. 127L Preaching begins ,
tie 8:00 p.m.
: a.m. to 10:00
Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- 109 W. Sngarland HighwayPlume o'clock In the poet noon of said : a.m. I
July23c
REAt .EStATE FOR RENt'' 1236. tiensawtrns.u WIllnSewing day matter, or can aa soon be heard.thereafter In the aa City the Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday each evening. :4
v
Deacon A. A. chrm.
OK SALE 3 BEDROOM- FOR RENT SmaB bouse. Fur- Commlialon meeting room In the and Friday. Beckton.
.LW. .. .. City Hall, ......._ ..
furJhed .ar.IJJ Mt --- - -- !! on Commerclo; _Street R.. .. n.,.
IrumUhed\ utility& room Iraww: ana.aFOR -
1 kitchen. Air conditioner. FOR RENT Furnished small 1 per th--.: See ;..Sloan; ; 433 SALE-Ready to go. J. in relative I in I* wily to or the tiewieton current ,propoied Florida, (MO Years of age) QUESTIONS OF TIlE WEEK '

< -t6l8 E. Osceola Ave. aft- bedroom house. Phone YU I- E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson M. Tomluuon, flea, Fla. Phone Machine street wli*Improvement known project. other 10:00: a.m. 11:00: a.m. Am I growing religiously }
a* street Improvement
;I p.m. Call YU 2-5741. 2403 or 812 Avenlda del Rio. tic RE 5-2786. tie Repairs project No .. At laid hear. Monday, Wednesday, Friday What will be your answer ,to 41 j
Ingthe ownera of the the .
UcI property following: '
tic
to be ........d. Beginner. Classes
or any other per. .
.:III"III: : : M :I ".T,',I :;Hi FOR SALE-One female Chihuahua SINGERSales Sons pear Interested before the therein, may ap. (11.14 Years of age) 1-Am I finding It easier to.
City Comml. do, in my estimation that are
puppy, 11 weeks old lion and b* heard. aa to the propriety 10:00 a.m. 11:00: a.m. "
823.00. 22 rifle and 20 flJa,. shot Service and advisability. of mak. Tuesday and Thursday hard to doT x. t
BOOKKEEPING AND TAX EXPERT tie Ins such Improvements, aa to 2-Am I serving my fellowmen .
YU 2-6044
I Business gun. Parts RentalsBrand th* coat thereof, a* to th* mannr Advanced Beginner and Inter :
Directory available for either of payments therefor and mediate CUseea in some specific wa.T !

full or part time work. 32 years FOR SALE 2 toilets, 2 lavatories new touch and sew aa assessed to the against amount each thereof to be 11:00: a.m. 11:53: a.m. dally 3-Do I sacrifice and deny

experience. Call Collect OL 4> double sink, tub, used machines on display Glades so Improved. property: Recreational Swimming. myself for the sake of others 'I: '

3672. tic lumber. Robert Overholt, Jr., Merchantile Co. Authorized The streets. to b* Improved are 1:00 4-Do I stand up for my religious ri :'
1 book- eeplg doesn't cost; JOHNSON CARS Phone YU 2-J641. JulylSo Singer agent will be at more follows particularly: described as 1:00: p.m. 3:30: p.m. dally convictions: :i h t
: p.m. 5:00: .
It Pays. Call State Bead 82. South GLADES MERCANTILE COM- CARITHERS RADIO TV, 1. Del Monte Avenue, lIa&no.Iia Special p.m. Sunday 5-Do I set good examples, ;
PANY authorized Singer SewIng ALL MAKES: 11" USED TV to Francisco GrotapeSynchronized
Avery
Most transportation for 7OW'mooe1 Saturday Please call I. Arenlda Del Rio ( by my appearance, speech and
Magnolia
McDonald Bookkeeping Machine dealers agent will SETS. Guaranteed. Itt.W YU 24441 or come In 108 to East Royal Palm swimming and attitudes? f

this. side of Miami service sewing machines: In down 81404 per montb. LAKE: Bond Street tic I. Magnolia Mont Eaparanaa to Del 3:30 water pageant) 6-Am I doing all I can to :.

& Tax Qewiston area every Saturday APPLIANCE: CO YU 2-7151. tic 4. p.m. 5:00: p.m. daily churclaTTAm '
support
Avenlda my
,
.tRlor:1I: Adult dassea
Phone WY 8-5639.: Belle Glade. FOR SALK-PaynD Del Mont R..... ._.A .. f e i..efill recn *t..
HATHCOCK'S tic envelope 'I.' East Royal Palm, Avenlda ".IN p.m. vju: p.m. oauy -
Service printed with font for social Del Rio to Del Monte, Adult Recreational oiotber people's views rT--- ;
AUTO SALES SERVICE Frank *. Swimming
Crescent Delve.
RESTAURANT SERVICE SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom security; withholding and other Denmead Pone de Leon Citrus to 7:00 p.m.-9.00: p.m. Wednesday 8-Am I open minded and j
0. Sex 111 OL 44673Immokilee I
STATION made. Complete line of deductions: ilox of JOO.Oewlstoo Real EstateOn '.T. which Various dowatown allay: :; .....Teea Teenage Splash truthful In my attitude toward :I ':
are being
Fla. OPEN ALL NIGHT' drapery and slip cover fabrics.: News otflou. tiP VacationThank the cost of which paved la not but Included Parties. life? Ii "

We never dese Free estimates. Can YU 2-5831. In figuring assessment (::00 p.m. 10.00 -Do I have the desire to
:
Friday:
p.m.
Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand you and for which abut. participate In !
:in& owners are not being W. Invite you to register now. grasp 'worshipand
TNT rhllc DealerCARITHERS Upholstery. tic .......d. share my experiences :
GOULD BROS. m? WAN tEe.P WOMEN I all persons Interested are here Apply at the ticket office of the
10 Do I find
BLUM & SONS PLASTERINO. by advisedthat the description pool weekdays from 9 a.m. to dally personal
( For Sale Lease of each property to b* assessed prayer necessary and helpful
PAINT STORE Very Best Work- CAR HOP or and the amount to b* assessed 11:30: a.m. and 1:30: p.m. to
WANTED-Apply in 11-Am I willing to and .
to each piece or parcel of prop. 5:00: p.m.Please accept
We Saw You Money 215
IADIO sad TVALES Lleeased Contractors Insured person at A&W Drive-In or acres arty': may be ascertained at the act upon sound suggestions for '
Plastering Simulated Stone call YU 2-9241 JulyOcwsai4rwww improved choice pasture office of the Clerk of the City Dote that a parent or
( WITH 8EXVICKI. Fizz ESirMATES311U Stucco-Free Estimate of Clewlaton In the City Hall on adult must register children In self Improvement?
lad adjoins city limit Commerclo Street 12-Am I '
en meeting life
courageously
BId Licensed and Insured Tou and each, of you are here the Pre-School classes., The 'above j
108 Bond'm- E. Borariand Hwy ... v......... ,.. 'n..1...... UI..NSA.iIIuI1sGJJ SR 632.Appaloosa by further advised that at the program will become ef and hopefully, with a
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I Phone YU 24441 Phene YU Will 3850 Lora Street nGlIl'l' City time Commission and place above of the staled City the of fective as of July! 1st and continue sense of victory?
Apply to Tony Glades Restaurant 13-Am I committed wholeheartedly t Ii)
Clewliton
will
meet
Fart Myers, Fla. tie horses aa an equal. for a period of six weeks.

CLEWISTONTRAILER ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 tic studs, mares, ponies, coed for .Ulna. any Board. and all to hear complaint.and consid a* to and to Jesus' teachings, J" i
such special seek to follow his example
assessmsnta and READING
SEE: US TOEBOTTLED ARTS CRAFI'SMUSIC
IF ITS UNIFORMS see us first. sale at all times-MO head! shall ..adjust... and equalls the In my dally life? !
said APPRECIATION
SALESNew GAS HEIP .m.n. on
a basis of
Nurses, Beauticians, Waitress. mm I MEN K. R. Wiekhorst justlcs. and right and YOU a.. 14-Am I dolna my Dart an t

& Used AppliancesSalesService Maid, Doctor's and Barber's PHONE YU7OI hereby required' and to com forward 1:00: a.m.9:15: a.m. Monday the Church prorlmi ;i J I
at curb
t/loh..t'niJ
place
'Jackets. The only uniform shop HELP WANTED Male or fe b. heard or b* forever bar. through Friday, enrichments 15-Do I love God and 00Dclou.11 '

raZ7E. YU.22661WALDRON'S for miles around. LIHNIE'S: male. Fun time permanent red approved for when by so equalised and 9:15: a.m. -12:00: Noon, Monday seek his plan for my J
resolution r
of
POWER GASCORPORATION UNIFORM SHOP, 1835 Hendry 'job as clerk-reporter at Cltwiston City Commission ouch a.esu.mente the. through Friday, Reading 1st life r "

Street Fort Myers. JanlUo News oMIce. Must use Glades shall b.shall and stand remain confirmed'legal.. valid and through Co.
PETE'S CABINET Shop. Custom good English spell well, and Roofing and blndlnafirst llena, upon the story hour Monday through feelings hurt?
KZAIS well. No An Types el Roof and property against which such asaessmsnta Friday. What Is
AND GROCERIES made cabinets. Formica specialist type part time or summer are made, until paid your answer?
Ow Remodeling kitchens.No help considered. Apply by Sheet Metal Work pursuant to Chapter 170. Florida 1:00-1: :30 p.m., Arts and Crafts,
71.ID, to 1 p.m. YU 3-3101 letter only dewlston News New CenstruetfoB or Btatuts Annotated Elementary and
High
'job too big or too smalt CITY OF CLI WIIITON. School Julia'
13 to I p.m. Free estimates. 118 Central Ave. P. 0. Box 1236 dewiston, Fla. Repair Jobs FLORIDA, A MUNICIPAL Monday through Friday .

Ifs Dan a Week DENDKY COUNTY YU 2-<<21 July23c 33440. Phone 2-7111 THE CORPORATION STATB! OF FLORI.OF 2:30-3:00: : p.m., Music apprec Beauty Nook

SED Title & Abstract Co. Day er Evening: ITS DA BT CITY FRED CLERK C SIXES iation for all grades FOR THAT NEW LOOK:

EVERY TUESDAY) Manning! Carter P. O. Box Ilea By Marl C. Webb Tinting1.. Styling Cutting No
I' This Abstract Title bswaneernblta Sale Chief Deputy CUr PERSONAL MENTIONThe
w for
Tour miscellaneous CLEwcrroN. FLA.
Spur
of Moment SteaefrapherFheieeepTfaig (SEAL) Appointments Friday and "
1 Picnics HELP CN-470 many friends of Miss '
80 Duplicating WANTEDExperiencedservice July I, S Rose Saturday
1114 Ann
Ki1ea last of C1ewtatca Bridge .'. sad Park Are DACHSHOUND puppies for sale. station attendant want Cooke are very sorrr Fr Information. Can Mill

Bart Brack8ention !.aBeDI, Fla. T. O. Des 848 ARC Registered Jack L. ed. Fun time. Apply Atlantic to hear that she Is ill and con Ira. Jells Sales. Proprietor
OKaitre .-.281 fined to Hendry .
Scott 220 E. Arcade. Service Station, 841 E. Sugar- General Hospital.
Cattlemen tic land Highway. 4ta We send "get well wishes"to
her for an early recovery

"h lie dm51e. eeaeeDdatehi'able EVINRUDESales FOE SALE J-ptet a.tiaeSola WANTED Good carpenter to Miss Cooke Is a faithful member Harlem Club I

WIlla tena barrel back swivel chair, finish some work In a house. 25 of Friendship Baptist l Favorite Mixed Drinks. Fried ,

10" term ta. and ServiceNew wedge table floor lamp. Phone By the hour only YU 2-6711 Acres Church. Chicken: Ftah. Hamburgerand I

wbb YU21991. tfc morning, evening IteM.MILOHAWW The many friends of Mr. A. A. other Sandwiches

Federal Thomas are delighted to know Recorded: Music r rsir.
Land and Used Maters Popular Bands
Bank that
he
Maria Hardware" 'tII't' 4It .,. u. Is much Improved at and Mrs. Win Wsflaee

let or WrIte Parts and Aecesserles' this time. He Is convalescing Proprietors

w. Memos Safety KqolpmeatPhone GOOD ROAD at his home at present
1.
HAY m ItMRIlY' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dixon

IlL YTAesi S-8311 are the proud parents of
oleald ltall4lqdeatoe a baby
-- 1'lrldgWli '! R. E. WALDRON son. Mrs. Dixon and the new Hilton' Grocery

offspring are doing Just fine. Groceries: Fresh Meats,

CLOSE TO CLEWISTON Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Rob. Vegetables Cold Drinks Es-:
1aal1 Inson have Items
Electric returned after a appreecciaatte
For'prompt. Efficient: delightful vacation with reIa- We your patron-

B. "lairs te THE' Home MIAMI deliveryOF HERALD I..' FREE tives and friends In Albany, Ca. Mr. and Mrs.Ttarsten; DOteai 1


lMS Phone 8-1331 Call Bobby Gidd isYU AT rrvprtetors -: ,I I II

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lilt DadeMonroeRealty ) j I


Double "A"Roofing Tampa Tribune IAI Fuller'sMary Elite Cafe and Grocery

NEW: LOCATION

.* Comer Tennessee and Fourth Street


| Licensed Ft. Myers Carter Paint Store! __ Home Cooked J'ood OIokJe., 5 dwlcIn, bold brlah I ;

Bonded ...,.., ". -- Cream ,' I
News ,
Press .Exc1118ive '
k" 309 W. SugarlanIPhone AtmospkereTW. 1 ,
Paint and
etee Complete Line of f Supplies Hwy. ,
en AU Service with I
11I4 Home Delivery Phone YU 2-3281 .' a milt "
Painting
Phone 9 YU 3-1131 W.Phone 0. CAMPBELL 2X1791: |;l44 E. Sugarland HWY. Clewiaton PIa. YU3-2941 10'1'110 pnrcha a Clewfetoi News ,:, I,


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be grew to manhood "Dub" operated -
,. Eight THE CLEWISTOIf NEWS Qewiton I'Ia. creases with every race. Local .. a mercantile business of
'1'hurlday, JuJ.y. boys with street type motorcycles his own for 16 yean. He has
are Invited to ride In the experience In sales
novice or beginners classes. A 1. three years local I "What
with the :
?
management
by IJ 'II
Purina Pet Fair sponsored ,
Purina Pet the Is Recreation under the direction Department of Miss andIt donation each entry.of 1.00 will be askedof Chevrolet had two yean dealership experience and has in 1

Judy Bembry and Miss Joyce \" : managing the Clewlston Auto "'
I; \ Fair Friday Jones Carruthers said. Sales a business which he and I'moverdrawnl"
Materials for the Purina Pet ... ,,11t / Mr. Etherton owned a*partners
t : Pedigree won't matter at the Fair Including a banner, exhibitor New principalon a Mr. Waldron plane no changeIn
Purina Pet Fair sponsored by badges, award ribbons the personnel of Waldron
I the Clewlston Recreation Department and other Items are provided Motors.He Is planning, however, JI
to be held Friday, as a public service by the Purina duty nowatLaBelleHigh some extensive remodeling In 1
';1,I 'July 10, at the Pet Care Center of St. Louis. the building. The parts depart
'Central Playground The public Is Invited to attend ment, office space and shop
o PURINA from 10 the Fair. There Is no admission will receive some modernizing
I' PEf a.m. until 12 charge. k treatment and future plans call
; FAIR noon Instead Milton C. Smith, recently appointed for the addition of new equipment
I dogs,cats,turtles principal of the LaBelle M tot cerrected, thin could be serious. Injfcm, ,
and other Cycle.racing school, has assumed his duties Waldron Motors will nancfle the surance can be serious too Large liability luhiT.! a
pets will vie and with his family, is makinghis entire Jeep line which servesa mon these days. H,not properly covered: oolu -.
they
this weekendAnother
lor awards In home In the Maddox Subdivision wide range of purposes from ruin. Let,us check: your Insurance coverages at T SBeardsJeyNajh
LaBelle.
In southwest
such categories six-passenger family service torouh t1on.
weekend of racing Is
l, as ;"best The 38 yecr oU supervising
off-the-road hauling. New
store for Cycle fans openingat .
f' native of Monteval.free
trained dog", : principal a
I lines are the Wagoner Station
< at Hialeah.
p.m. Friday
'
..... "most"oldest unusualpet" cMf. Lake" area riders expected to State from Teacher's the University College In of Ala-1949 Wagons and the Gladiator Truck ,Insurance Agency
take part are Ronnie Olden and series. Other units In the Jeep Telephone TO 1-T501
and received his Master's Deb
etc.Some line Include three !Universal
mo
Dean Dyeu Qewlston Doyle
;
Ala, graduated from Troy Sugarland Highway Cle
: 50 75 children, dels. wiiloD
to
ages Haulcomb,.South!) and Ken Akin, .
besot In 1952. He also did graduate
five and up, are expected to enter Pahokee.; work at Florida State University ....-", j _A4': ... ..
: their pets, according:: to Sunday there will be racing at .
l r Woody, Carruthers, recreation the South Bay track, which is In Tallahassee.Smith MISS DIANE CLARK, seated! right I Is shown with a '_! Ir .. '.. ". I 't- t'I, ,
If: .
(
taught In Alabama for Beach ,. ,." :;
Elementary 4vi
director. becoming(, more \ppu1st with group pi i fellow teachers ol Cocoa h'" ''' '
; '
This is the! second annual riders and the llsf-of, entries In- five years two years of whichhe School with their Principal Robert FrilL In preparation Various. ,1 l : ,
of elemen _
was principal an for a four week summer course In the,UnlTeraltyol !
tary school there. He comes to last week to
Wisconsin:: Miss Clark left Clewlston
LaBelle after serving for 10
enter the University, for the workshop on Family Fin
a years In DeFunlak Springs and later as I cmc.. She was accompanied, from Jacksonrllle by Miss
elementary principal
assistant high school principal. Ruth Rcdney. seated right In the above picture: who Is
: I His wife Is also from Ala also: taking the court Miss Ralney .Is a niece of Mrs. Air Conditioning UnitsWill
/ Mfr bama. The couple has two chil Abner Vann. Oth..teach.fa standing! are Miss Ann
dren. Mack, age 3Vt and Kellie, Saldana and Miss Lois Twttchell (Photo by Cocoa Tribune
RESTAURANTAND age m.The I..Saldana and Miss Lois TwitchelL
Smiths are affiliated with Photo by Cocoa Tribune

PIT ROOM principal the Baptist has Church been very, and activeIn the 1961 Is scheduled for discharge land In the reservation and be sold individually for cash to the highest

civic and fraternal organizations upon' completion 'of service on the roads get a great deal of
In the past 24, 1964. He recently re use by others, as well as by the ,
August
BEEF bidder at the front door of the Courthouse
< PRIME RIBS OF AUJUS ceived the Good Conduct Medal Semlnoles. Since road funds are in La-
for exemplary 1 behavior efficiency derived largely from gasolinetax
and while servingIn Lewis says It Is considered ''
fidelity
r GIANT CHEF'S SALAD Boys in Service Korea. He will leave Korea logical that the roads get assistance Belle at 11 a.m., Thursday July 16,1964.
thoughthe
tomorrow, and expects to arriveIn from that tax even
Michael Brantley has graduated California on July 3L. He has land In the reservations Is
from the Aviation Electric leave time accumulated and will not subject to county real estate
: When we giant, we mean HUGE!
say ian's School at the Jacksonville receive his discharge soon after tax.
:' Naval Air Station, and Is now ,,arrival In California _v;.1)[ Highways provide the connecting BOARD OF COUNTY'OMMISSIONERS'
link between the Seminole -
When we say homemade dressings, we stationed in Whldbey Island
Wash., with a heavy attack reservations and the white
man's world, and their improve-
do everything but raise the ingredients squadron.Sp Good roadsContinued ment has lead to Increased Interest OF HENDRY 'COUNTY

4c Mlllage C. Spires, who among the Seminoles In
( from Page 1)) learning the culture of modern
entered service on August 25,
It dead ends there If the,pro day society.
posed toll road Is bunt,} the '. n ...' If':
. OPEN EACH NIGHT UNTILL NINE, OPEN EACH NIGHT UNTILL NINE ,11. ; aChevrolet
Seminoles will extend their road ,
'hard surfaced meet it and Waldron buys "
they expect a great deal\ of

|' Air Conditioned Cars i iB traffic as a through result their reservation remain(Continued In the from hands Page of another 1)) ;' dealers. sell .more

Both Hendry and Glades counties pioneer. A. W. (Dub) Waldronhas :
cooperate In road maintenance lived most of Us life in
and construction. Not all Oewlston. ,moving here as a than
i cars anybody
. 'r FACTORY INSTALLED. of the roads on the reservationsare small boy i, In 1927, when his
built by the Seminoles:SM parents brought their family to
;;

: I SAVE $ $ $ $ $ Farmland other farmers.Itasq- Clewlston from Arcadia.. 'After Because they sell great cars



,, .
jj !-BEL AIR CHEVROLET 4-door $300.00 I : '" r, t
save _
OFiCHANGEThe
-. :NOTICE ()
,
6-IMPALA SEDANS . . $400.00 V ,I i'
'save __m \ .
1
'
.I' J Hendry Board of Public

I I-CHEVELLE SEDAN "I- .' $300.00 0 0g ] ;
... : [ save __... \ ,


r >: I i 2-PONTIAC SEDANS . . save ..m $500.001 Instruction will meet at 1 1:30: Thursday Cbsrrelet Iuepafa Sport Coups

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,, j ,
;; OLDSMOBILE SEDANS . .. !
. save ..___ $600.00 g July 16th, :instead of July 9.



', sa 5 PLUS 3, DEMONSTRATORS that are discounted ups| Please note change in date.J. .


; to $800 now is the time to make the BUY | i

Homer Bible CAeceRe Malibu Spots Coupe '
THE YEAR ,
,K OF '. |

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.i We are going to sell everyone of our ,new cars this I ,1'1.; ';.\r J:I,.' superintendent"


,.,' J Ji month. .' ., may we save you money. .
oa
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I -.ALSO :Several Select USED CARS !P t i-

I &1 ,
q \ Chevy a Noce sport Coupe
Chevrolet 4-door
I ; 1961 '. 3 I

:! i Equipped. including factory air conditicning; one 9 Our

'i., I \ omen;,perfect mechanically; I-year warranty. ** LETTERS

1\12 A REAL SPECIAL! | Branch

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."" *, 1961 Dodge Deluxe, Station Wagon ,Office :

} Completely equipped including factory air:;,sparkR

:. I, ling white with blue interior; one owner; low mile : ". Corvair Uonxa Chtb Corps.

Must to appreciate. A STEAL! '
age. see j
; I IrJ .
: Chevrolet I } .
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