The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Everglades Offer Unusual Scenic Views "Dedicated to the advancement of fiend rg County and America's Sweetest Town" ,i

VOLUME 37 NUMBER 29 CLEWISTON: FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 19, 1984 Return Portage Guaranteed See. MiJ. PJt Subscription $4.00 yen ,
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Little League All-Stars play Pahokeein Burns fatal to C. E. Miner ., .

a T sub-district playoff this weekendThe ; I

Clewlston Little Major Ken. Fields, p, of
League All-Stan will play the Freddie Robertson, Lions, of .

Pahokee Little League All-Stars; Lee Dnvis, SMU, c services held Tuesday ::1
3 In a sub-district, best two out Keith Carter, SMU, of
of three series beginning Saturday David Carlson, Am. Leg, of : I
July 18 at Pahokee. Game Frank Perry, Am. Leg, of, cAt ,
time Is S;30, Sanford Elks, p 1
The second game of the series Ricky Baker, Elks and Jim I
Clewlston lost of its tion mill and the break tension of I
will be played Monday, July Forshee, SMU were chosen .* one plea of the sugar the lawmaking
neer citizens, the state one of of material and livened the sometimes boring
20, 7:30 p.m,, at the Clewlston alternates.. attendant shipping
Little League Field its most colorful legislators and and supplies raised the statusof '! sessions. Sometimes.bf was
w. If a third game Is needed, the county one of its most devoted the Clewiston one-man railroad :-: poking fun at others, sometimesat 1 I I

the time and site will be decided Six men die in and dedicated public servants office. In the capacity of himself. The House of Representatives f
Immediately after the Clewlston 0 in the tragic death of assistant agent,' Miner checked voted him a "Special "
1 game is completed according to Charles E. Miner, Sr, Saturday out the very first carloadof Attorney at Law" and a "Dic r"

Ernie Hill. water accidents morning. sugar ever produced in tionary of Letters" degree )in ,
4ttS The winner of the series will Miner who had been In ill Clewlston. In the fall of 1929 playful retaliation of his ,peppery 'o:

a participate In the district tournament Florid.Jllt health for several years, had be entered the employ of the comments on the largenumber
;The bodies of three
at Palm Springs on July been troubled with sleeplessness' sugar company, !in the transportation of attorneys in the
: Coast resident were recovered -
25th, Hill said. from Lake Okeechobee: and had gone during the night department. House and the sometimes verbose ;'!'

Players selected: to represent Thursday and Friday, following into the living' room to a favorite and involved language of
Clewlston Include: the crash of their private plane reclining chair, closing the door the laws. '

William: Navarro, Rotary, is;,p In' the lake on Tuesday night of the bedroom to avoid disturb He' was a native of Chatham ,

tla.ka newt swan Pint Skipper Hall, Rotary, 3b, p Warren W. Parrlsh, 48, Pompano -, log his wife About six o'clock County, Georgia and was born I
iverglaoa, are unique In this world a sawgrass marsh slotted with hammocks of Jerry Holoubek, Lions p, Ib>> Beach Postmaster, his brother Mr*. Miner was wakened by October 29. 1900 in Ways Station
The rtmmt subtropical growth that extends from coast to coast and from Like Okoochoboe Bill Edens, Lions, Ib, p Stanley K Parrlsh, 50, his calling her, and rushedintothe (now Richmond Hill),'Ga.
J.: the too of the Florida peninsula. The Everglades' are ono of many reasons Governor Farrl Lanny Sutton, Lions, of the pilot and an uncle Thomas living room to find him Inflames He is survived by his wife 1!
inint ,nj the Florida Development Commission are. crying Floridians te vacation In tholr Allen Carlton VFW, of Nobles, 72, a former Postmaster She smothered the xr h' the former Josephine Knight "
lull ,t.t. this summer.Seminole. Dan Nelson, VFW. of of : Pompano Beach, were en flames, called neighbors and an whom he married In 1931; three :"
Don Morrow, VFW, 2b, p route home from Marlanna ambulance to take him to the sons, Neil of Jacksonville Beach "
where they attended funeral services hospital where doctors worked Charles E. Jr., Lake Worth and ::
for a relative when the for four hours on the third degree Jay Carroll Miner, a student f'.t

Indians are protected byGladesHendry crash occurred. burns which covered about Georgetown University, Washington .

."The paine, a Cessna 182, reportedly half his body A son CharlesE. D. C.; one daughter
went down about five Miner, Jr., 'summoned from ,Mrs. Joseph E. (Rachel) Hollls. 1-

miles off (Continued on Page 8)) had joined Ms father at the bedside Mrs. Alice Densmore Jacksonville
Health Department before death came to the ., and Mrs. Annie Marks, of
frail legislator Richmond Hill, Ga.; and one
brother, Hugh M. Miner, of ;y" J.

Editor note: This article is and of the various inoculations: with the water sloshing. the era suitable for cutting of pictures .Band nears It is believed the fire was Richmond Hill. ;',
In series descrlb- given. The Seminoles have floorboards, the truck eased caused by a match or cigaret
t second a Funeral services were held
clothes hangers, aluminum
,j the transition of the SemK warmly embraced the public safely through the swamp to first $1,000Sugarland dropped into the chair, and say at the Community Presbyterian 'I
plates from frozen pies or it may have smouldered for along
K Indians from a remote health personnel, both in the the 111 Seminole. Church Clewiston, Tuesday

English speaking people federal work which was under Recently at one session of the TV dinners, sports equipment Band members are flames time and before bursting fire into the morning with the Rev. Henry

bo shunned the white man'sayi the direction of Mrs. Mabel Head clinic Mrs Wilson gave booster such as baseball or gloves- rapidly approaching .the 11,000 chair and to Miner's setting to He began a small farming Horrell Ford officiating., Inter

into acceptable members until 1960! and the present de- shots (typhoid, or the combination clothing, shoes, baby items Such mark In their effort to raise A recital of Charlie pajamas.Miner's operation of his own while still 'ment wasin Ridgelawn Cemetery

I present day society Within partment.The tetanus-diphtheria shot) activities are extra to her duties 110,000 for much needed equip life since he to Clewlston employed by the company,. and Pattison Funeral Home in I
it Ipso of one generation much public health worker who to most of the 22 patients who but serve a real need of the ment. The money has been In 1928 will came reveal activitiesin resigned in 1933 to develop a chats! Active pallbearers were I'
pear has been made and to- came. Three of the teen age (Continued on Page 8)) raised by the students through large farm growing both cane Joe H. Peeptes J. R. Spritt
has most frequent contacts almost facet of civic
i; the Seminole are an organ- girls brought along their new work projects and gifts and do- every and vegetables. He found he C. A. Thomas Earl S. Dyes, ;
with the Seminoles (Is Mrs. and governmental endeavor. He w
si tribe whose leaders are white Tee-shirts. Mrs. Wilson nations. had .a. real affinity for agriculture G. R. Berner and Warren '' f
Claudia has served commissionerfor
who makes
hat cooperatively with the had volunteered to see that the The} United States Sugar Corp as and he enjoyed producing Howell. :
long trip to the Reservation' clinic ten a member of ,
1 and Florida officials to name of their softball team was Do citizens orstion Is cooperating the effort years food for the use of mankind. !
about needed twice every week to give the back of each. want by matching double all the county school board for four "
art the transirautioa painted on o But perhaps most of all, he en-
shots deliver medicine, and The girls are Clewlston. High\ money earned by band members years and as county commissioner joyed the status of an independent Registration set } ;
keep a close check on, the various School students ,and drive, the, "Bargain, G, Festival"The en.work projects and matching for 12 years. He has been farmer because it him \
The first story dealt with! the *patient,'wH ,town for the summer ; -<" iftmf i -taMl all funds received, .s'donations. representative in the legislature the gave 41'f t ;
privilege oL
t amber of CeemeroeY devoting a '
ti i/stem which provides easy vision. Mrs. Wilson enjoys the : W for tIx'years... declining to become (
recreation program, in order Infer *e Shad ant If the 8U- great deal of his time to public 'for f first graders
teen for the Seminoles !into complete confidence of all the to play softball with, their hose and merchant 01 dew The fuqds will be used to provide a candidate'for reelection service T rt.rt.i'G i'
be tommunltiei of basic instruments and this for of
Florida Seminoles children and adults year reason
class-mates. The girls were en btea want te promote. aantt-. rl'Ir II
nifinf them in'closer contact alike, a fact which make her thusiastic fun-loving and very Featta this equipment ,fbr toe elementary health. Prime targets for the Miner's interest in government' Parents In and near Clewlston !"
0 the outside world This arid work easier and more. pleasant, with the nurse. They er "Barilla soda junior and senior bands as well boundless energy and enthusiasm did not stem from selfish motives who have children: who will enter pi II\ '
cooperative summer, a was sponsored
the first grade in September
It gives a glimpse in the but which often brings on ad are also among the most faithful by the Chamber .last as new uniforms' for the Sugarland of Charlie Miner during his ; never in his long career are urged to register these !:
ort of the health department. ditional duties, since she volunteers of the softball players- year Band. years of public service were: the did he seek an office which paid I"
children at the Elementary
TV tirllest instltut- aid for Seminole Bandmen have performed a establishment of satisfactoryroads
program any enough salary to provide even "
Mary Tigertall Minnie Tiger- School Office
on Friday, Aug.
d by the federal government need.It Beaidente are asked to drop wide variety of tasks In working in the county; the preservation grocery money. He recognized ,....:'
and members
tall Mary Cypress are Mrs. Mabel MagiiL Elementary r
toward thier goal including Jan
the care of the Indians on all it's time for booster "shots" a card to the Chamber eIOemmeree of park and recreation: the high caning of government
of the "Doodlebug" team. itorial work, lawn mowing, window principal will have a staffof rj'
I Its reservations was that ofMtt. Mrs. Wilson passes the word to On her various trips to the Chamber, or office to telephone and ..-. washing, baby sitting\ 'and areas; the construction of adequate service, and his devotion to the assistants on that day to ;:::
The health clinics stab those who are due for the shots! clinic, Mrs. Wilson takes alonga the. view the Bar I moving house bold goods. educational facilities; and many boards and the legislative complete the registration! and "fA
at Big Cypress Reservaud and they show up at the proper toad of whatever materialsand lover,aID FauvaLAhherd rear Kenneth Young, band captain, the promotion of every known body In which be served cooperation of the parents will '

at Brighton Reservation time "We try to convince them supplies she and her friends Is student coordinator of the organization and activity which was sincere. prevent a rush end long waitb'.
et administered by the fed- of their need, in the way of have that the Seminoles can Fbelp, etuirnaa ef project and reports that band- was for the betterment of the Miner was a frail man, whose Ing for registration. I
"i Bureau of Indian Affairs un- medicines and treatment, and use. This may be scrap of the __&&tee. le alt taking men are earning a total average youth of the area. weight seldom topped 125 poundsbut Children whose last names be- '. t
110 Since then, the health then we are careful to see that bright\ colored material for sewing I a stew Tote M.. the mochante of 120.00 per day. His earliest aim in the road he had a strong spirit and ginwith the letter A through Mare
lilt Seminoles has been under they get'It We have nine diabetics plastic bottles and boxes en the subject. Workers may be contacted by situation was building roads into a determination which in recent asked to come in the morning c'a t
care of the Glades and on the reservation, and Geographic magazines, or oth- calling the Band room at 2-4273. the farming areas of South Hen- years overcame many serious hours from 8:30 to 11:30; '
cry Health Departments, they need to be checked carefully dry county where new land was health problems. He was recovering those whose last names begin
', Wm F, ]Hill Jr.. director so their dose of insulin is being brought Into cultivation; from an Illness which forced with letters N Bismuth Z masted '

> "operation with the U. S. correct We teach them bow to he wa far ahead of his time his hospltalizatlon when the to come between 1 and 3* ""

Health Service and the give themselves the shot, how on this program, believed many 1963 legislative session convened p.m. ,it
Wfc State Board of Health. to care for .the needle." Recently citizens, but by the time the but he recovered and madea Parents 'or guardians should
Dr. Hill makes a trip to the during a week of heavy early County tax roll roads were constructed farms late entry, to be warmly welcomed bring proof- of the child' birth Iq
*every two weeks, with a summer rains, the road to the were springing up throughout by the legislators. He date. This should be a birth : '
health nurse and an of- ;Vcamp": of a patient with a the area. His latest transportation had received "Get; Well" card certificate: a copy of the hospital

clerk who keep properof sever* asthmatic attack was under projects were the rebuilding signed by every member of the record, or an insurance

the 1I1ne.se..nd water Mrs. Wilson cone of US 27, which he promoted House, during his illneu, and policy which shows the actual a I
'"!menta, of the dental and .sundered a forestry truck to by every device known to he credited 1h1a with speedinghis blrthdate of the child being re,.

Special appointment made give her a lift to the "camp" and over $3 million legislators and politician and recovery-"I lust had to get istered.Parent should provide themselves -
-- up which used well after I
many were never got that card"., he with this proof of birth };
and the Installation
I date
aid.Miner and announcement 1 u being
of the bridge at Fort Denaud. provided dozen of witty made "j 1
I F now, in order to give "
Before his death the entire Hen- Incident during his legislative 'them time to this
( board of county ableness and cooperation shown opposite. Mrs. Small ,toadlijr secure proof, '
The Hendry dry county portion of US 27 wa career which served to if
commissioners accepted a tax by the complainers and the tax agreed to the correction of these four-laned and work had been needed.: !

sot of $29,138,768. with several assessor as each parcel under inequities as they were pointed started on the bridge Installs-1
R.I adjustments to be made upon question was brought for out lion Prizes offered for best -
complaints of owners at valuations discussion and comparison with Attending the meeting were While school board member' photos i '
established by Mr. Lucille assessments of similar proper Commissioners H. S. Parkinson, he realized the necessity of expending "I I
chairman, R. C. Howling, O. H. ,
I Small, tax assessor. ty. school facilities and of

I I about The 4:30 session which harmoulous adjourned, despite valuation The 1964 for roll taxable'now has purposesof a net George Attorney and IL C.P.E.' Johnson Nail County and again was successful in startingthis visiting beauty contestants ; 1
: program, securing the construction
r $22.142,616, an increase of Clerk, Mr. Dorothy Clark s
vY the disagreements board.and 92179,787 over last year. Much of a two story buildingon Clewlston which has long rated will be second prize, and a gift Lr r
s complaints 'before the of this increase i u in real estate the present elementary school itself "America's Sweetest certificate at Sugarland Pharmacy
There was a spirit of reason- values, both new construction ground which was the first Town",, will become, a beauty third prize. ;
and adjustment of land Teach your children addition to the original brick capital. well for a short time Entries should be submittedto

values but almost 1400,000 of it school building Clewlston. on Tuesday July 21st. when a either Old South Bar-B-Q or
'Cancer fund is in personal property. The value traffic safety His work for and support of. dozen :Miss Universe Pageant Sugarland Pharmacy where entry -
of exempt property now the many youth activities- in contestants arrive at Old South blank are obtainable on

stands at $7,396,150: an increaseof the area can scarcely be listed. Bar-B-Que Ranch en route to .or before August 9. This give
reaches $1,000 Sl.239.290 over last ,e.r. Most KEEP FROlTBETWEEN Many men and women will recall the annual beauty -contest .InMiamd ample tim .for contestants toget I
of the Increase here i* in wholly the steak dinners the watermelon Beach. their film processed.:
I The fund campaign of the 'exempt property such a* schools cuttings and similar Carroll Benson, who hosted the The Miss Universe contestant ,

American Cancer Society has I[churches, etc. which showed an event which Miner would spontaneously beauteous contestants on their will be welcomed by Mayor Tom I t
i reached $1,000 said Will Jernl-! increase of 1936,730; while the host for various trip last year, renewed his Invitation JI. Joss, when they arrive at
gao, who voluntered to serveas Increase in homestead exempt to this year's contest- approximately 4.13: Tuesday aft-
group. He was a prime moverin
its chairman this year, with ,property is only $302,760. ,ants, and has arranged aa added ernoon. Sugarland Band will of- j: I
the Quarterback Club, organized I
members of the Rotary Club Among adjustment) made at I arrtactlon a photo contest fez,a gala background of musio '
local citizen to help .
and those of Julian by for amateur shutterbugs, with forthe ,
t assisting organizing conducting the meeting were ; residents! who turn out
the drive. Dickson whose Devil's Garden 1 a1 the school athletic program ,eton the Mist Universe Pageant contestants to greet the girl*. 1 i
rI,!'' Active sollclation: has ceased, land was assessed f 1 per Its feet He was instrumentalin a* models. The trip of the contestants to
- 1' said Jernigan, but he realizes acre higher than the adjoining the establishment of the Clew.latoa Old South Bar-B-Q Ranch and Miami Beach is sponsored jointly -

: .1 .J-t ,there are many more who have land (separated only by a fence wayside park by the State ,Sugarland Pharmacy are coop'" by US 27 Highway Associa
been on vacation: and have not and comparable in other ways), Road Department end" in, the' era Un, la the contest promotion. lion US 301 Highway Associate .
k >r yet contributed. Anyone who has and whose airy property was establishment of Rldgelawa Anyone who owns a camera and and Old South.

." \ :;.; not yet sent their contribution: assessed S3 per,acre blither: than PQQa D QaQ Cemetery at Clewiston. holds' a purely amateur status Old South It well-known for l 1.I i'': '- : '
i i* asked to mall it to American land separated only by a road; Mr. Miner was working for the Is' invited to enter the contest its atmosphere of the old West !
____ .. i Cancer Society Box 305, Clew Wm. T. Stitt whose land was Atlantic Coast Line Railroad A special: ana will be roped off and normally provides interestinrf ',
nCFAIL SHows iston. The campaign win hold "assessed 12 per acre higher than Company in, Jacksonville when for the visiting contestant to background for photograph t I
THE t1N1VERSAL REitcTioNd : it* final report for' another* ''adjoining illar land; and TheU City of.Clewiston he was sent to Clewlston in 1928 pose for the local photographer ers. with covered wagons cowboy t ,

mil health .. gaily whfla Mn. CJaudJa WJ1. month in order to give iveryonean ama' Peter whose riverfront! land to assist ,{the Clewiston agent Top prize will be a weekend for hitching posts, collection: #' t/I''
q Cypca DtVM. booster ahoIII at opportunity to makes. con 'lit LaBelle was assessed higher Roy Green in the local station. two at the Heathwood Resort of antique gun, saddle and similar ,
C1InIc. 'than similar land the river Police Department Motel on Miami Beach ,
Staff Photo tribution. on This was the ,year of construc : two dinners articles typical of the Western
at, Old South Bar-B-Que life of a bygone era




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Pane Two THE a.EWISTON rows: a-s.noa. J1a. ful for the many years of public service which Charlie In a nation wide 24 hour alert
Thursday July I'. 19. Miner of the Civil Defense
the world.
Other hands will endeavor to continue the work to organization
THE CLEWISTON NEWS Eddye Currle fell 12 feet to a
which Charlie devoted his time and attention although concrete floor In the Newport
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Oewlrtaa. his record of public service will probably remain unchallenged Industries plant sustaining severe
Florida, by The dewirtn New. Inc., Florida '
a Corporation for some years to come. injuries, Including back Injuries
Entered u Seoood Clau Matter February 1. 1927. at tile But no one will take his place in the hearts of his community a broken arm and
Port Office in Clew1s Q. Florida" under the Act of Congress of .
Marc* 3. 1171. bruises. '
I Clewlston'i first cinemascopefilm. :
; \.OR'' NATIONAL EDITORIAL and to the World' Fair In Chi Lucky Me, tarring Doris b
: cago. Day, was shown at the Dixie
?: IAS Tt) NN Sez .
4p li'Sonny Crystal.Ed
i: a : Clewlston folks took up a collection I
.AC1M..smearf CIt J '"' and sent Ml.50 to help Clark, his wife, Florlne, J r
I y keep the Florida exhibit,In the and children Shawn and Michael -
i f O 0 Subscription Rate $4,00 per year The tragic death of Charlie World's Fair In Chicago'** came down from Long Island 1
I "'L.I"" (Return Postage Guaranteed' ) Miner Saturday, closed the book Mr*. Z. H. Shelley of Cuth- N.Y. for a visit

1 i 1 not BERYL BOWDEN Publisher on one legislator of Florida'and a man mOlt devoted colorful bert. Ga. visited Mr.and Mrs. Mr*. A. L. Stephen returned
d S. H. STALLS' Tom Shelley and Emmett Shel California .
' & 21201Advertling and dedicated to the growth from a trip to San Diego
Telephone: uslneM and Editorial. YUkon of hit community and county. ley. where she visited her

the right Rates to on application. The management reserve' A key political figure In Hen- Mrs I. M. Pafford. Mr. A. Navy husband at the base
reject any objectlonal advertisement! !
"tlm NEW ....... BO rupOBtlbUltjr for U. raters ., ea.onelted dry County for many year, few. V. Southerd Mr. Mark Lawler there.
wnnverlpu sought office, without first seeking .
or hotoarcplu and Mr C. F. Trainer were
9 TUB; MEWS .! .' fln'.oll I rMpoBilklllty for trpanpbleU word of wisdom from
:.::. a at various locations.
.rrori or IB BdnrUMimBI but If notified vacationing Happy BirthdayJuly
j of .ucb.n.r. "'. tb..at nprl.t nor.r Charlie. Likewise. virtuallyevel'
r.etly: that part ;th. w wrw-=. tOrDUI'IIr- :.rror ooeurrva. ) project of any scope, began -
la the .*.nt time ... 16-Martha Nowling, Merle
a nt would rand.r tho eometloa vtluofeM. .
with let' tee Charlie.He TWENTY TEAM AGO
th. New will\ ndaeo th. prleo of th* dT.rtU.ro.nt by IB Blunier.
.amount. or equal omitted to copy the pore.nte.r.pr..ent.d..01 tb. total .pieen at the ..rrou.oar. war a man of many words (From dewbtem. -., July 17-Mr*. Herman Dyes, v
and much action. Ha bore the
Louise Ketti M. T. Hood.
I July M. 144)
brunt of many Joke and demanded
Glenn Prldgen, Mary Bell
Ik the respect of all for City truck were gathering Shaw, Sandra Gann. Barbara
k Pacific Avenue. !bis ccompUshmtents. Charlie
By passing ( bundle of dlscirded newspapers Nelson.
I Ir will be missed.4' magazine: and cardboardeach July 16-Warren Howell Charles
Local residents are getting the uneasy feeling that the Judge Browird-Parson fell : Tuesday, the paper being Adams Margaret Bare.
.d ; jepaving and Improvement of Pacific Avenue (SR 832 In heir to a litle "overtime" lastweek hipped for reconversion and July 19-<:. E. Bailey A. Ross

:, Clewlston) is being bypassed this year. The need for a better a* he was drafted to fill use la the war effort Torbert, Jr., Mr*. K. 0.
and safer highway here was acute last year. Now. In In for vacationing Jim Fountain The National Housing.Agency' Shows, Claudia Hager.
less than two months school will open. In less than three who Is at the World' Fair. approved construction: of 194 July 20-Jack Redlsh, W. K.
home and 64 dormitory units to
Parson officiated Thursday and Archer, Gayle Torbert, Wll-
'months, the sugar harvest will begin and the road will be
house worker in the proposed
Friday In Glade County duringthe lard Doty, E. L. Holoubek,
,even more hazardous to the great numbers of children who starch plant.
recovery of the Pompano Mrs. Dora Wilcox, Mr. Daisy
t will walk, ride bicycles or cars along this route, and to plane victim AH post office offered for M. Stile.

0 others In commercial and private vehicles. -.- ale special air mall sheet for July 21-Mary Jo Carutheri,
,: For those who haven't noticed use In corresponding! with prisoners -
Mrs. Eula O'Neal, Mr. Luther
Everyone that the road should be Improved but
agrees the little league field 1 II first of war. Special handling Davis. WE'VE SHARPENED OUR PENCILSTO
\ BO far no one has come up with the and advertised
das With the completion of the facilities were set up by the July 22-darlce Nowling, Martha
for bids on the project. "foul-line fences" it bar the appearance Post Office department to speed Davis, Barbara Shupe,
and safety of a big mall to and from the POW DEALS!
The failure to build this road this year is probably not bleacher Mary Katherine Jones EvelynL.
league park. 1'b4t
the fault of any one Individual, yet It is a group failure of have also been moved behind camp birthday Wynn.
Lovvorn Currie had
all of us, because the need has been so evident for so long the new backstop for added safe party on her 4th birthday.The July 23-Judy Vann. SAVE ON A PLYMOUTH OR VALIANT NOW!
\ It Is time for us all to get concerned enough about this situation ty. A great deal of credit U Ith War Loan drive was
,' to get something done. due group of volunteer who underway and Standard Oil purchased Advertising In newspaper 1 Ia

hive worked "after hour" to a $1.000 bond In Hendry news. It is information about If you waited until now to shop for a new car,
In excellent condi merchandise, cervices idea
get the park or
The Flag at Half-Mast. tion. County. to boost the county'srecord. and invention of people who you'll find the best deal in town at our showroom.

-.- Advertisement urging wom pay to have such news published t ,. New '64 Plymouths and Valiants

The flags flew at half mast on the courthouse this week The Itself summer, 1* larger recreation In scope program en to Join the Women Army know.10"that the customer "may : : have been priced low to give you terrific samgs.

,as Hendry county mourned the death of Representative and 1 ta running the "cmoothest" Corp were published by many Trade-;in allowances are up, up, up//
Charles E. Miner. Sr.,, a long time public official. In !it* history. firm including Florida Motor About 73% of all electrical appliances -
The first fringe benefit of being Line and also 1 by the newspaper are bought by people I'M
14 It was a silent symbol of the grief of the people, grate- a member of the national Itself a* a public,service who had no intention of buying HURRY IN FOR A RED-HOT( DEAL AND SAVE!

9 Lltle League Association: will them at the beginning of the
bring a sub-district playoff game TEN YEW AGO year. And since 88% of American

s I r FOR ) Character! day night July 15. 154)Clewlston ) every day, the chance are BECK MOTORS
Resident will be treated to a that a newspaper ad gave them
A beautiful character first class ball game at 7.30: ,Skywitcher served the Idea.J4 .
that -between Clewlston and Paho
beautiful makes soul a I kee 'Stars better plan to go Highway I and San Benito Street Clewiston, FIa.I .
early for a seat or parking
eivlths .
arid a beautiful
<< place.
I e soul makes a The demand for fat
beautiful face.
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hits Jackson, S. C. Hingwm I Ia 11 Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page lire "
two one of them a triple Fort July 18. 1984
Little League and Navorra hit a double and 1962 graduate of Clewlston -
Fair; drove in two runs. High School
Kenneth C. Hutchlns, M. D.
presents ) The Norse Atlantic
David Carlson collected two girl gangs ;
box scoresBy hits far the Legion and Greg ORLANDO.Technical Sergeant Saga, Gwen Jones; Western

Miller had a triple far( the losing Edward E. Allen son of Europe Since the War, Jacques Sugarland. Pharmacy

of pets ERNIE HILLNeat team. Mr. and Mrs Josiah J. Allenof Freymond; Wednesday' Children

wide range Frank Perry started the final R. R. 3, Hamilton, Mo., has Leontine Young: Trails In PIZZA I ::,' ;
.. Inning rally with double which Education, Thomas D. I
week's schedule a graduated from the Tactical Florida 4
; and adults alls Softball team loses drove in two runs. Missile School at Orlando AFB, Bailey; They Lhed In the Park, YU 2-3311 :1 1i :
cbi1treD 17
; Friday, July i
ear time Friday, Fla. Charlton Febeau; Slipped Disc, .
wonderful Fair Lions vs. V. F. W. i
the Purlnl Pet squeaker to'Myers S. M. U. vs. Legion in Service Sergeant Allen, 39, a mlssle
Recrel' Boys
d1DN the ClewlsliOn Central Monday, July 20- guidance technician, received
Department It Clewiston's Glow-pitch Softball Sub-district: All-Star game with specialized training as a member

'lfOund. .., All-Stars fclayed host to Fort Pahokee 7:30: p.m. rvA cf a Mace mlisle combat MOST RAW SUGAJ& GROWN IN
., 3C pell, IPcI rnd Myers Covenant Church team Wednesday July 22 crew. He will be assigned to a 4/15'
jpgoter'; flab, 110. Saturday night, only to lose Rotary vs. Lions United States Air Forces in ,
a close game that went into S. M. U. vs. Elks Europe (USAFE) tactical missile (
tfl jI extra Clewlston innings by a score of 1110. unit In Germany. His new unit I!' I
took a 5-1 lead at
Top 10 Hitters the USAFE mission of
I the end of the first inning but supports HL:
((12 at-bata or 7-8-64)
more providing the major air con- r. J ,
it was short-lived as Fort My Navarro, Rotary ..._..-.... .692 tribution far defense of NATO / ;
::1 era kept pecking away for runs Hall, Rotary ,-_-.__" .S38 .. ," !!tt ':f,
countries .
that put them out in front going Nelson VFW ,-...,-,,_' .500 '
J t; Into the bottom of the ninth Baker Elks .. -u.,,_,ulll,,,,, .462 The sergeant whose : : ,
Inning 10-9. Clewlston pushed Weathers, Lions ?..?..._. .417 1 Carol, is the daughter of Mr. .. ,1t
across a single run to put the Edens, Lions ,-.?,??--?--,. .368 and Mrs. W W. Sage of Clewis- d'5 ,, .
-. game into extra innings 1010. Forshee, SMU .357 ton Is a graduate of Brecken-- INTO t.

Ft Myers scored again In the Drake, AL ...... ..u--. .333 ridge (Mo.) High School.

tenth. Ronnie Roblson reached Sutton, Lions .i,., ....,-. ,....., .318 a
first base on an error at shortstop DeArmas, SMU: ,._...-.-. .308 New books in
f ; Jorge Soto, Devan Dyal ? .
"act'Lr and Armando Llano fallowed i'f' ,
Top pitchers public library
with three straight fly-eats-. '
W L '
Non-Flction: L ;.
the outfield, each looking like sugar
Hofeubek, Lions 8 0 Rebels in the Streets, Kitty
they might fall In for base hits. Navarro Rotary 2 0
Hanson (story of New York's
The All-Stars are trying to Morrow VFW __ 2 0
get as many practice games as Carter. SMU: I I FVT. HENRY THOMPSON

(possible before they take a Hall Rotary 1 0 FORT
trip to Hollywood Fla., to com- -,1 0 JACKSON Private
Nelson Rotary
Henry C. Thompson, Jr., 21,
STEVE GALASSINI and his pete in the District IV Florida Norton, Rotary ___ 1 0 son Slashed
BARD'Sr honed toads which were wsn- Amateur Softball Association: Fields, VFW _.......1 0 of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C, Prices .
; gjBLE telis what abed aces el the firs price la the tournament Blount, VFW I 1 Thompson Sr., 339 E. Esper-

.to the first pries Hbw .naniai pet category at the R H Edens, Lions 1 I ante Ciewlston. will complete
br the doodle bug Pet Fair at Central Play Fort Myers 121 410 0011-11 16 Phillips SMU: ,_ 1 1 hit Basic Combat Training hereon
the Jar ahi Y hildlsg. greiand. Steve tweucht the dewiston 503 000 021 t-l0 21 July 17. This ii the first

dug> he bull frwa leads home free New Meid- EIb __ I2Z lot1 phase of his active duty training _

et.db the play perk thehe ee. Staff Photobugs Bowling .Am. Legion 303 Us-13 and a part of the obligationhe
I Pet Feb eon- news Incurred upon entering serv
Fhotia The two winless teems Elks
by Beverly Boardsley; Clewlatoa Summercttes and American Legion battled .ice.While *
assigned to Company E. :1
Sara Ann
largest guinea pig
bkds. ,wnea ...... IDd Comrle; oldest guinea pig by Standings for the cellar and of the the league American Monday 7th: Battalion 2d Training Brigade -

bodle bap, were "> band Sara Ann Comrle; most unusual Goof Its I.H.I.-UI. .. ..u-i.-. 10 2 night of this Infantry Training
proud ewnet Hot Shots ,. -.T 5 Legion came out on top. Center, he hat been Introducedto M..;
I with tbetr fish Pam Farmer; ?? ? ?????? Stiles and Drake :
tffit sage from J .. II.li Cat eatecery Twisters ,---?.,-., .,, .,..,... 6 8 Dennis standouts for Henry the Legion. a wide variety of Infantry M.r r
annual Topietts __ 8 8 kills, along with Intensive physical .
was the second Best groomed long hair, Mitch Drake collected one hit and ,
t Fair held by the Recrea- Murphy; best groomed short The Pin Ups _. 4 1 drove in a run while Stiles hit conditioning. H* attended n '
and under Jean Whig Kids ,. 3 1 classes In the tradition of the
i Department was haired. Gray Ellington; ? ---ii.mi.iinii. n triple with two men on. Your Car Now and Save!
sipervision of Woody Carets beat behaved, Brian Beardsley; High eerie scratch Brent Wood and Danny Shaffer service, character guidance, and
director of recreation oldest Susan Crosby; smallest Louise Campbell 494 each collected two hits for the the role of the Army In the

i Miss Judy Bembry and Miss Matthew Prewltt: largest, Elizabeth Polly McLendon ?....... .452 Elks and each drove In two World today.

,lit Jones, playground super- Blchop; best handled Mareelyn -. Lusts deArmas ??,.??.-.? 446 runs. The Elks out-hit the Legion Fort Jackson uses the U. S.
i The Judges were Mrs. Fletcher; filth Game scratch 7-J but they committed six Army's Tralnflre Method of Modern ARA Air Conditioners Fit All Makes

O'Neal.Dr. L. Vaughan, Polly' McLendon 181 errors which led to their defeat teaching rifle markmanshlp. Under
ud! John Corbin, who gracjly Dog category simulated battle conditions,
Loulae Campbell] in
and Models Installed
their time Beat cared for, Wayne Pullen; Completely
volunteered beat purebred. Eddie Crosby; Sally Blus _, _,_, 164 the trainee fires at pop-up targets .
tike part In the fair. beat all-Amerlcan Marvin Drake Elks ._.......101 S-1 at unknown distances on

M place oiue riDouns went handsomest Danny Beardsley; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Christian V. F. W. _. ----. terrain which duplicates combat

moat obedient Martin Lowe; sen and daughter Linda, have Morrow had little areas.
W'eaa category oldest Haywood Rich; small gone to Loulsburg, North Carolina trouble Big Don from the smaller Elks Basle training Is climaxed by'a $25995 ;

Most unusual horned toad by eat. Marvin Drake and largest, for a three weeks stay In team. he tossed a no-hitter and graduation review before Brigadier "

vGalassinl; smallest,doodle Danny Beardtley their former home. over-powered the little boys 121. General Qlnes Perez, Commanding Only Tax .
Little Ricky Baker scored the General of Fort Jackson

only run for the Elks In the first Outstanding Trainees are
Inning putting his team ahead recognized In the ceremony that I
Lewiston Church Is to and invited
Directory w-The one run was the only cue guests open These Units Guaranteed for 24 months or 24,000 miles''.

sedation however, as |t was Pvt. Thompson Is a graduateof
TUT CHUSTIAN CHVKCHM COMMUNITT FKESBYTEKIAN nuT BAPTIST CHUECB VFW from there on. Clewlston High, dais of 1961. with Nationwide Service Warranty!

X. FrsDclsoe Street 407 Seyaj Palm Arcane 102 E. Ventura Averse Dan Nelson was I outstanding Prior to entering the ,service \

8. J. Goodrich, Minister Henry H. Ford. Minister. Rev. Bob L. Christie In tatting for the night, gettinga 110,!as employed as a locomo-:

N int-Blble School 8:00: a.m.="Morning Worship' 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. triple and a single and aided driving Uvextire.Vn yard,, conductorby Convenient Easy Payment Plan! 'Ii'Ii"Chuck" '
in two United
runs. States Sugar Corp. ,
N am.-Communio0 and 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. t )
his own cause by hitting a
Worship Service), 1.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow 6.45: p.m.-Training UnkM. ,
grand-slam home run. FORT SILL OKLA. Pvt. Roy
> pm.-Commsnion and ship. 1:00: p.m.-Evening Service.
Worship Service Wednesday: Wednesday: R. Hlngson, son of Mr. and !
V. r. w, _._ 101 Slt-f Mrs Elbert B. Hlngson, Route t
rimday: 7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice. 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teach Wells Motor Co. Inc. i
S .m.-Bible. Study. era Meeting. Roar 100 810-2 1, Clewlston, completed advan- .

pun METHODIST CHURCH 1:00: p.m.-Midweek. Prayer V. F. W. is the team to beat ced training as a cannoneer at .
aOTONlTt PENTECOSTAL!! 131 W. OteeeU Avesme Service. -after losing their first two the Army Artillery and Missile Authorized Sales Service Parts ;1

IOUXES8 CBCRCHSwta Rev. David Derek Pastor 8.45: p.m.-Choir Practice. games of the season, they have Center, Fort Snit Okla., July 6.Hlngson + '

deviates. 9:43: a.m.-Church School come to life and have won was trained as a ..'" ........,/ CHEVROLET PONTIAC OLDSMOBILE
He?.J. R. Taylor Pastor 11:00: a.m. -Mornlng Service. five games in a row. member of artillery (gun or

N m.-Sunday SchooL 7:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth ST. MAKTOTS CHUKCHEptseepal vrw knocked Rotary out ofa howitzer crews. Phone YU 2-4501 Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston
N La.-Morning Worship. Fellowship.CHUKCH ( ) tie for first place with the The 22-year -old soldier en-

0p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 207 N. radfU Lions, winning 7-2, and are now tered the Army last Januaryand
fcrrlce. OF' CH&IST deadlocked with Rotary for second completed basic training at I
Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar
today: JOt Sooth Central Aveasw place.
1.m.-Prsjrer Service. J. J.Sullivan, Minister Sunday Services: Don Morrow pitched and batted .
7:30: sum. Early Eucharist his team to victory with
6 Sunday: 10:30: a.m.-Family Service and three hits in' lour trips to the
pm.-'Youth Service. 10:00: a.nL-Bible School.
Church School and
plate one a triple f
11:00: a.m.-Worship. Saints and Holy Days as an drove in five runs.

WITHSIDE MISSIONARY 7:00: p-m.Worship. nounced. Ken Fields also. had a triplefor
AWBT CHURCH Wednesday: Confessions by appointment VFW. S
W N. Francisco Street 7:30: p.nu Midweek devotions Mike Cowart and William Na-

Rev Julian Pope and Bible Study. Varro were the sparkplugs for "

U im.-SuBday School. CALVARY BArrtST' CBUKCHSeoth Rotary, each collecting a, hit i tea with three .

N im.-Morning Worship. CHURCH] o! JESUS: CHSIST OewVstonRev. and scoring a run. generatfaera
> Jl e n far always there with :'
Hn.-BTa APOSTOLIC FAITH Herb Hlgdon. Pastor I IO"n'b .
110 Pm.-Evenlng Elba.a: aDZ to- Z You too win find that \"
WorshlSouth School.
Ctowbton 9:45 ,
"Msasy : U- ,.. .,,.. 151 s-U .. !,
N Pm.-Prayer; Bro: Luther Dixon,, Pastor 11:00: a.m. Worship Service. $tan aeollnee Trill enable your tractor to take tMds .. '... I
Seivlce.C8T1CHOFGOD .
School. 7:00: p.nu -Baptist Training Strange as it may seem the ;
10:00: a.m -Sunday irl. p performer too, in your car or truck. : ;
Union. of the league must
> TUesday 11:00: .m.-PreachIA: 8:00: p.m -Worshlp! Service. fear managers the title winless Elks. ., Diesel Fud-ita purity and high igtdo ...

tt "* r.ein. Awiev. .. 7:30 p.m. -Pray.r Meeting. Tuesday: After having Just faced the .an on, hard-working power. :.i.' I
Joe Colemaa Friday: 8.00: p.m.-Brotherb004. ace of the pitching staff of the y d ear M .r :i I

: 'm.-Sunday SchooL 7:30: p.m Young People's Wednesday: VFW, Don Morrow, two days '..'
Lm.-Kornint ServIce. Meeting\ 7:30 p.nv Hour of Prayer. previous the Elks again faced :
;:55-Evening Worship ._ Thursday: another ace of the league, Jerry : f: ,

: 1:00 p.mCbolr Practice. Holoubek of the Lions $$5 ;
7.10e-Prayer&rvlce.: m-HATEN turnsT CHURCH Hotoubek was bidding for the "

,: Highway 720Rev. second no-bitter to be pitched ; ..
7.1 CLEWBTON' ASSEMBLY OF the Elks within a week. I
Pm.-7 oun, People's En-: Vie Turner Pastor against A r
GOD lltle TImmy Hough 1
deavor. 1:45: a.mvunday School However
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 215 Bwrth FnuMlsee. Street bad other ideas, as he promptly We take better care 1 \

naov.urS: WI'I'Naa 1:45 PJJL-Training Union. James r. Klmbrel Pastor hit the first pitch his second equipment, ;5 5a
kitten time up dowri the right :
1:00 -Ivenlng Worship.!
JIaI1-417 : p.m
W. EI Paso driving in the
line for a double '
a.*08b0rn tcatower Wednesday 1:00: p.nu-Prsyer: Meeting. 11:00ma.m.-SUndy Wonhlp.PJIL' School. Elks first run. Holoubek and Ij I Il
Lanny Sutton led the Lions j
Church. f.
11:00: the plate, each collecting a hit. Tour
i::Bib1. Sq.i 1:00 p.m. 7:30;: p.nv-Evangellstie Service and driving In two runs. l I
7hiid3h Jschoc1,7:30 CHUKCfl OF' JESUS: CHU5THeekerretstt Wednesday:

Iente. 7:45: p.m.-Chriifs Ambassadors. VI'. W. 151 2021a / ; I
Ileettac !
1:30: P.m. Paul Strickland, Pastor H. 11. __ -III 001- 7

ft'l.Uau! 10:00: amSunday School Thursday: __
ralller t1rCaCO U:00 ajm Morning Worship 7:30 run. -Prayer and Bible 8M.U. rallied for 6 runs lathe ee
Robe rt A. HostlerMass. Study.Friday bottom of the sixth inning ,
'It. Wednesday: t
7.. ay 7:00 p.m. Prayer MeetUg. ; but the rally fell short as Sar
l.N'DW 4.99 Rangers for Die Bryan came on In relief of ,
Weekday Hasa Saturday : P.m.--01 ,
.-First Ken Fields and cutoff the SMU I.
Friday Mafia 7:00; p.m.-Youth Meeting 1
bid for victory. ,
Dan Nelson again 4ed his

Weekly, Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: nits team and at the driving plate In collecting two runs.two

Lee Davis connected forftrtpU a _

Hcnd Parkinson's Inc. w>Rh the bases-loaded ..
Floyd Howell Agent which: was the big hit for SMU !'f
Motors Complete Department Store and sparked the six run rally.
fhooe- 24501 't.
Ken Clewiston Federal Asnoteaa legion ? al ..-.

Tract Giddens FurnitureStore .B4arr 23 M- S
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"- WMI IAVDtCS" LOAN A Rotary fought off a test Inning
rally by American Legion which

Pridgen Cities Royal. Inc. JeD short by one run.
..... Kaq .. pq WOUant Navarro and Skipper
Service Ban wen again the leaders Floyd Hew J
S9ke Oiddaal Wa3m A&nt Clewiston FloridaRecreation
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ing overblouses with bateau
Four THE CLEWJSTON NEWS Clewiston I'1a. seeing trip which took them to necklines and waistline bows. -
Thursday, July: 18, IIiUt&Jl. the nation's capitol, through the They carried cascades of pink Noy
scenic areas ot Kentucky, with roses and carnations COMEY.DtAl
stops in Atlanta and other Interesting Following a reception at the Fos
last weekend for a trip through places.Mr church parlors the couple left roar
several southern states and to and Mrs Bill Henry have wedding trip and will re- "
Oklahoma, where they will visit gone to Red River, N. Y. !for a !for side a in Monticello upon their t ON
relatives. two months stay at their former TN T BECK
I i A Roy Persia!!, Orlando, and home return I\ ,.
Dick Rudd. Annapolis, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F Florentine WORLD''
in Clewiston Friday visiting .
: were
left this week for a vacation
James Rudd. of several weeks in Evan- W.S.CS. plans ,, DURABIlITY
Mr. and Mrs H. A. W. Hedkeof 111
Milwaukee. Wis, who are vacationing IBB4 CHAMPAIMMEDArEDELUc.k
'fERSOrAt( Florida, visited old Mr. and Mrs. Gary Scott and
in AT
friends in Clewiston last week. family are on a camping vacation Youth WeekPlans DAYTOIQ
Mr. and Mrs A. W. Slas, trip during which they expected -...
Mri Mary Ethertoa sndam* .Mrs. T. W. Waldron. Sr., Mary to visit in the mountainous for Youth Week, startIng -
ily were Visitors in Miami.Huarj Louisa sod Donna Slas have left sectionse of North Carolina August 9, were mad by the "

t i dar Het ratll r. F. K:)JaxweU; lor vacation trip during which and Virginia. Woman's Society! of Christian ..... ,..r.,&., ... : 't gg,
who war recently released from they will visit Rev. and Mrs Mrs. Larry Garrett and baby Service at the meeting Monday .f .
the hospital alter five c weeks T.'W. Waldron,. Jr. in Beckley, son and Mrs. Frank Cox left in the Methodist church.
treatment !Iona heart copditbrs.I wv Monday for San Antonio. Mrs. wise night Each circle will participate. Hendry County Motors Inc.
accompanied her on ber'teturatrip r1Mr,snd Mrs: Clifford Duckettof Cox will return after a week ,
Garrett and the baby MR. and MRS. RICHARD WAYNE LINDSEY or* making Mrs H. C. Thompson presided. -
1, and li recnperattnfftt theEtbertonjiome. Sweetwater, Term, visited and Mrs
543 E.
!'... ? __aJ.day.Jaat.week with his are Joining Dr. Garrett. who is their horn la dewlston following (heir wedding to An interesting presented;program Sugarland. Hwy. Clewi,t0n, | '
Mr and Mrs. G. H. Coleman brother and sister, day Duckett stationed at San Antonio for the First Methodist Church on Friday evening. Jury 3rd. Shall We Unite" was
p assisting
L have-returned from a Visit with I and Mrs R. \4 Morgan and their three months He is entering the Mrs. Llndser Is the farmer Jacqueline Johnson. by Mrs Ralph Cauj Mrs.eaux Frank
dentistMr. her were
Air Force as a
Marshall, Texas and families They family group en- Staff Photo
relatives in ,
I and Mrs. Floyd Knowles Zemonek and Mrs S. H. Stalls.Vice .
East Lansing,' Michigan.! Joyed Sunday at Palm .Beach
i and daughters Misses Barbara president, Mrs SUlls,.discussed
Mrs Ruth B. Owens and Mr. and vicinity. 5. and Bonnie and son; Keith left dist Church with Rev. Walter programs for.,the!! ,club
ii and Mrs. Charles B. Owens leftH Mr. and Mrs W. A. Normanare Wednesday of last week for a Sorority members N Kalaf officiating .
I on- .a three weeks vacation vacation trip to Washington The bride is the daughterof year. ; .y..O ..U
trip. They are visiting the D. C. and to spend some time Mrs. Inez Roberts and G. M. 'x ,
World's Fair in New York, and host husbandsThe t .
H in Myrtle Beach, S. C. Roberts of Jacksonville. The I .
expect to do some sight seeingin
l : s New England and Canada. Ben and JJnda Broadfoot bridegroom is the son of Mrs
children! of Mr. and Mrs A. R. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Arthur W. Curtis and the late
;. Thurs.-ra.-S. July 111711DOUBLE Mrs. Evelyn Shelley, of New Broadfoot. Jr. Jacksonville, arrived held an informal covered dish Mr. Curtis, of Monticello. r Nla! r 1 Make'Extra'Money
: FEATURE Orleans, who Is spending the Sunday for a 10 day visit
supper Saturday evening at Mr. Mrs Guy Adams of Atlanta,
t, summer with E. E. Kelly Mr.
THE MTSY" with their grandparents
I with Jerry lewto Waynesville, N C. was in Clew and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot. Sr. and Mrs Mike Ranch Millcevic's home Miss Gwen Cawthon, Mrs Patients discharged without Extra Work!
E! Its Fun and Frolic for aU iston for a few days last weekto Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fletcher on Sugarland George Roberts, Miss Nancy James H. Bice, Cellnda Orta,
the Family! attend the funeral services and family are enjoying a Guests;; were Mr. and Mrs CaUaway, Miss Emily Studebaker Jackie Goldman Lutle V.: Rob-
Ate for Mrs. Kelly's father M; T. two weeks vacation. They plan Fred Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miss Paula Holliman and bins, Redding Blount, John L. Make your money work as hard as
L I Hood. to take a sightseeing trip Into Baker Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ba- Miss Sandy Uber were attend Dyess, Nancy Lou Ken,. Melin- do. Our high rate of
:"KURT OF THE PAGANS"Se Mr. and Mrs G. C. Suggs returned the mountains of the Carolinas, ker, Mr. and Mrs Bob Adams, ants of the bride. da Taylor, Charlie Hall, Henry you return will add
f vandal hordes on from West Palm Beach Tennessee and perhaps Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bass, Mr. and James A. Curtis, the bride- Carvet, Mary Ethlngton. Jo Ann up regularly to help build your insured
I, rampage! where they spent several daysin Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Spar Mrs. Ken Walker, Mr. and Mrs groom's brother, was best man. Palmer R. E. Hare quickly and
the home of their son and ling of Miami spent the week- Woody Carruthers, Mr. and Mrs. Ushers were George Roberts, savings effortlesslyl I Open
BUB.-MOO., July.. If-2 daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. end visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jack Radish Mr. and Mrs. Bob Duncan Macdonald, Bruce Tom- Patients remaining your account with us today
DOUBLE FEATURE Tommie Suggs. They went especially Moore. Terri Sparring remained Pete Oversen Sadie Kennington. -
Mr. and Mrs John
McColley. pklns, Mike Kelly, Felix Johns-
"HEY to make the acquaintance visit with her grand Annie B. Nail, Jimmy Carver
THERE ITS for a longer Black and Mike Herring. stop and John Curran Velma Barber, Thelma Me- EARN MORE NOW1Clewiston!
YOGI a&\&" of Tommie Hartwell Suggs parents.Mr .
You couldn't bear to miss this who was born July llth. and Mrs A. H. King and The bride wore a peau de sole Manus, Mary Ann Cypress, Eric
'-brlnthe entire family! Mr. and Mrs.Joe M. Hall and Mrs. Bob L. Christie and chit gown With a fitted bodice of Howdeshell, Isabell Kelly, Lillle t10y ,
I t, Also"DONOVAN'S children Ardis, Malcolm and dren plan.tl attend a cantata Nate Curtis is wed alencon lace, bateau neckline, Scott, Mary Cypress, Margaret lo Federal
; Candace, left Saturday for a at the Baptist! ....Assembly Boca calla lily sleeves and bell shaped KImsey. oe4Pc
t KEEP will in Jacksonville rites skirt, terminating In cath-
vacation in western North Caro Raton this evening. They a
e r John Wayne lina. Malcolm is enrolled in a Join Rev. Christie! who Is assisting ednl train. Her illusion veil i and
Savings LoanAssociation
summer camp for a two weeks' with the Assembly Friends of Nate S. Curtis, who was attached to a crown of seed ; I I I
r Tw...Wed.. July tl-tt period.Mr. Mrs. John H. Hawkins Is visiting taught In the Clewiston Elementary pearls. She carried a prayer Sugarland Pharmacy I' r rN41

4 DOUBLE FEATURE"SDSADVENTURFA and Mrs George Kemp her son-in-law and daughter School two years ago,will book topped with carnations and s 'z seise. '
OF and family visited in West Palm Mr. and Mrs J. D. Sullivanin be Interested to learn of his marriage valley lilies and centered with PIZZAYU '
VI., for several erF (ee
MERLIN JONES" Beach Sunday Springfield on July: Fourth to Miss sweetheart roues
Walt Disney Foulest! Mr. and Mrs. Claud Giddens weeks Betty June Roberta, of Jacksonville The attendants floor length
and Mrs. Ray E. Lee and
Mr. 2-3311
f Abo have returned from a visit with family will attend funeral services The wedding was an gowns were peau de sole in 201 E. Ventura Ave. Clewuton
"PALM SPRINGS friends and relatives in Macon in Cocoa today for her event in the Southslde Methi>shades of pink, featuring match-
and other points in Georgia.
WEEKEND" Mr. and Mrs Dean Hollandland uncle, F. R. Pounds, who passed
Try Donahue away Monday Mr. and Mrs.Pounds .
"" daughter, Karen, have returned -
had visited the Lee family -
from an extended alht.II' -
only a week before his death.
41 Mrs L. R. Mullen and chil- .
I dren, Steve, Bruce and Randy of
Miami visited Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Andrews last week.


.1\ and Mrs Tommie Suggs l
\ CLOSED of West Palm Beach announced : .r .
r tI the arrival of a ion July: 11 at .
f \A
the Good Samaritan Hospital. ,

I I. :: Week of July 20'' through 25th 'ounces The Tommie baby and Hartwell.weighed has been 8 pounds named, I. \ "I I

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wish to express our sincere t '.

+y t appreciation friends for to all the the many wonderful sets 1 NOW! A & P and Plaid '. a

bereavement.of love for us In our recent Stamps offer

For the floral offerings, food,
;' "The same cards, and many, many kind
0'/ g'r deeds, we are very grateful.
;0't Your expression of friendship 11

r ,,,, a to you the will family always of be Carlos remembered R. Dickey.by

." ANNA HELEN DICKEY CHAM and LEE J:1 [fJff[] HomeDelivery :=iddi


all the friends of Charlie
Miner, we express sincere: appreciation -
I for your many kindnesses
I ,.I, EASY THERE MANI Mayb. he Is one of thoM sassy and your sympathy in
driven who Jeopardize their ability to q.t auto Incur- our Nil i

e', one by careless driving Driving a car Ia indeed. a loss.THE MINER FAMILY

privilege and a peraon with a good record never = =*
\ I f has trouble obtaining Insurance.BeardsleyNash CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my appreciation
; 'r Insurance Agency to the many friends who t Se
remembered me flowers
;. Telephone TO S-7S01 cards, visits and prayers while I Iof

Sugarland Highway Clewiston I was in the hospital. .

f {t !; .. ia PLAID STAMP gilts I '

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i. : J'I f,# Hubert C.; Post mmMI 9 Catalog.beautiful items illustrated, i In the. plaid.t r Stamp Gift s l,,' 7a

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: +. i. f Bring your gift list and the required number of -
Plaid Stamp l lh
w saver books
** has i returned.fo'Ciewfstofl I : ana dris In this area, to an A: re
c' : v-. : now h y'4,

{ r T ,'< 3,The Store Manager Will give you an orderfoym.. J
& ? ice!} fill in the order
j I I If J#.: form completely,, _
General ;
: Manager-b Department 4Taar off and
t .4 keep the receipt stub from the order nt'' 4 :Mp
J ifF '"I .:Jr > : -:. i -bl< /: .tn form.Place theorderformfilledPlaid
F'\ I >' :, books and Stampsaver
J 1'I: 't: v ;' required taxes inside, Drop the
I : ; and Repair Shop ate f J '! \ _envelape In the Plaid Stamp aedempnolb t om, 1 I I I r ))1I

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showing a color film of a tiger In the Monteleone Hotel New code Is explained thus, aewlaton Fla, TIm CL1IWISTON: NEWS Par 11v.i .

Club hunt In India Godwin li a veteran Orleans, La.Purpose Zip code is here to stay The "'3" U the Southeastern 'Thursday, ,..July 18, ll1U
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of African
several safaris "
Rotary of the hearing Is to area of the U.S.. the second 3"Is

;inducts Fawcett shown and witty hunts narration on the in film other of added the lands.events Interest His able receive the evidence Secretary which of Agricultureto will, en- 3 3 4 4 0 remember themThe The central.'4' designates and southern the Florida.group Just Guide It !

establish allotment' which of post offices in the general
to the listeners He spent '
Vaughan presided would make fair, efficient and Miami area, and the final "40"
Dr. L. a. Club for 31 days in India on he trip, and equitable distribution of tb" five figures, 33440, which tented in the first digit of the designates.. the Oewlston Post
t t t Rotary sibet Monday the film showed many scenes in 1964 quota for the area, Is part of your mailing: address code, 0 through 9. I Office r
time the city of Bombay and In the
IIrst He pre In Clewlston are numbers you The second digit represents LAWNBOYi
duties scores of small villages. U S. Department of Agriculture It if imperative, ssyr Thorn
president'srawcett pin should learn remember and the area subdivision,--and the
Died I past HornsbY, retiring Ted Gallo was program chairman officials said that such use constantlJri! says the post office ,third designates. one group of ton, that the public becomes i
carl. E. commended processor allotments may be department. post offices within the area subdivision aware of the Importance of Including
and Introduced
the hunter.
bard work eand dllieDceervic' necessary to carry out the provisions The Zip Code is here to stay? and the fourth and the Zip code number In ::
of Sec. 205 of the
r bII during Act. addresses, letterheads business
to the club It you give your mailing address fifth digits the local post office
which require the Secretary to "Box 1236, Clewlston. /Itself. reply envelopes and on return
year. fr.Hearing i scheduled allot the whenever _,
past quota necessary
has been re- Fla" is no longer sufficient The 33440 of Clewlston's Zip addresses. I.
pin to avoid '
limllar( marketings of
to former sugar Your Is "Box 1 its
mailing provides
posbumoual1! .nd for allotting 1964 In excess of the quota, to
!. 1236. dewlston, Fla. 33440". j
!yeeso Carlos delivered to)4ra.:. ,Inamlanci i j' ,-.iUJfn.; prevent and to provide disorderly processors marketing an This Isn't to say mall will not UNCLE DAN FROM I DEVIL'S GARDEN I

said Dr. Vaughan.O.orge sugar reach its destination withoutthe ,
ray, equitable opportunity to market
,, resident'n an- five figures of the Zip Cod .. DEAR MISTER EDITOR: a week. He told around town !
rM nffy.tS.ibepariiaent of Agriculture sugar within the for the push
( r/ \ quota own
ergladeidN ,
01 die pear J f$ today urea. the mailmen are very accomodating. They was a number of Items that he hoped she would;keep
Ifr Refuel\ was Inducted announced that : But it is to say Jn the papers last week that I 'it up fer 40 weeks and he would I

I' lbrUhlp in the club -'H4 F tb1'm"'arIAs' 1t&.ij-df"Allotment your mall will reach you more aim to put on the agenda at the lit rid of her complete.: .
to processors of the 1964 promptly and the job will be
fjlJ Jemlten country: store come Saturday Some folks has a knack fer
-sugar-quota for the-mainland done easier if the Zip Code is
Codwln owner operator night. evil talk and Bug Hookum is
oweD "ne urlI. wjjl! $e_ held returnsas given 1
GatDl'liIId< at Zlbsirnp0ee) pro.ldeninterestingprogram. First off Congressman Neal vise of the best I heard Bug Say
[ by tuguct, 7, beginning at 9 a.m. Not only that-but the day Smith of Iowa keeps plugging onct he had a neighbor with .

service head"Chuck" may not be too far distant when on his bill to make it unlawfulfer buck teeth so bad he could eat 4t
-L. automatic code and machine address Government officials, including corn on the cob through i screen
reading in sorting mall Is members of the Congress door I flggered at the time that

Wells has announcedthe common usage Then you'd to hire their klntolks. when it come: to low-rating a .
e1 appointment of Jim Max- beat have that "33440" weU In neighbor this Just about put the Roe forward 5e5 backward ,
This is a bad bill and I'm shore \ a ahrt r o atop .
.ham as service manager for the"Chuck" hand. the fellers will vote agin it unanimous stopper in the Jug But the very nawing mowlog \
I IAND Wells Motor Company. It you wonder now the post Saturday night It next week Bug allowed as how o

Maxham supervised the paint office department came up with would cut the population of he was fencing In his pigs on ,
and body shop for many years a five-dlgit Zip Code, listen to Washington in half. Our "pres account of not wanting them to NOIWp .J:
'RESTAURANT and Is well known in the Clew- the words of John Thornton, tige" in them foreign countries associate with his neighbor's aTAIITfr

iston area. Prior to Maxham Postal Service Officer from Atlanta would take a big dip If It got kids. Bug ain't never been able .1.1t'
accepting a service manager'spoeltion who addressed a regional out that folks was deserting our to git along with his neighborson
PIT ROOM in Belle Glade he serv- gathering of postmasters re nation's capitaL It might even account: of him never learning !
for a short time In that capacityat
the local Chervolet-Pontiac- Gently lit us throwed out of the United sugar will catch more flies
PRIME RIBS OF BEEF AUJUS Old mobile dealership. The ZIP (tit stands for Zoning N.tIons'and we wouldn't than vinegar I perdlct Mister ; : :
Improvement Plan") was born have the honor of making up Editor, Bug's neighbors will attend .
At the same time, Wells noted of necessity, he said. The tremendous that 152 million Russia owes in his funeral considerable ON T } r 5
th.t'Mr. and Mrs. Keith King, volume of mall handled and with relief 109.95 -'
who have been associated back dues and which they say numbers much Easy Terms! _
GIANT CHEF/S .SALAD the management and operationof the in world this Increases country,by largest:3 billion In they ain't going1 to pay. Yours truly (Less yam. trade-tn. ) : '
Then they was a couple: want -
dealership, have announced Uncle Dan ,
plans to return to their for each year. Seventy billion ads in. the papers that might AH the features you'vt tver wonted in o lawn mowers "'

mean HUGE mer home in Kansas Mo. pieces of mall were processed call fer some discussion
giant I City
When we say we last year. By 1970,the mall Is amongst the fellers.; The police Seif-fMOFfLUD needs Just e guiding hand from you.
estimated to be 90 bllllon Engine engages when you slap forward and rod the handle forward!,
Newspapers can for department In Dayton Ohio, was stops when roll the handle backward,.,
conservation : you : Just a roll of the wrist
| \When we say homemade dressings, we of natural resources, keep pieces. The Post' Office depart of advertising a second-hand tomb gives Instant safe control at aH times
ment studied mall systems
stone fer sale They said It was
tab on Congressmen and legislators every country in the world as fer "a named WORLD'S EASIEST STAHTIMO..Just| lift the starter knob ,
a good buy
do everything but raise the ingredients and take readers to the well as our own in devising the Murphy." I'd person offhand that WISEehetc.tor with your fingertips, -the engine starts Instantly./ No choke adjust,
heart of a news story In the no crank to wind, no rope to flghtlOHASS
ZIP code which i. consideredthe it'll still sell to somebody nam- ,t'J
making simplest and moat effective ed Jones or Smith If they'll putt AND LEAF CATCHER..vacuum sweeps graiecftp. ',;
device for distributing malt It } on sale fer a dollar down, and pings,leaves end dabrls Into Wg catcher bag as It mows. Bag haa 1

Is compatible: with present and ,a dollar a week. blab expandable opening for t"II.dumping. :

future mall handling systems. And a woman In Louisville, value, low coat ..reinsurance. 5.- 1 UNn HtMwtltMM.f
The United State. is divided fuss asking the Judge fer a divorce .Contact,' C.nvettafer B |[I T honing yq yeenventlenal

Trooper Bill (for ZIP code purposes) into tan on account: of a want ad' me today! .mewing t HI-....le....atJmtaMe. aaMy ''f\'y

major areas: these are repre- her husband run in the papers. Snap off res a.adlrnable/ atdagcauhar '{
Sale The ad said, "FOR SALE com :snap on .C.la aconverter ,
Summer 1
plats ...
sags... plete set of reference books. and capNnaa: e a e.rmal 1.-.4 er .Casey speeds pas 41 I
Hubert Post is Never been \used. My wife knows are dIschargil I anise ,
Abner H. .,
awn -
: '. % 1' all." I aln't saw yet how the onto the a C..t.rhaun '.
'Judge ruled in the case but I'm I, Vann I 'It '.1 1lukkau.
Ladies : .. back in ClewistonHubert shore the fellers Saturday night I \,
will hold fer the husband.But Ph.
I C. Post,of Belle Glade, some husbands Mister YU
HEEL has returned to Clewiston as ,Editor can say real mean Z-5971 CORBIN FARM & RANCH SUPPLY

general manager of parts and \things about theli wives. I re.collect #1 (

SHOES ." service at Waldron Motors, announced reading here a whilehack Sugarland
v'r '. A. W. Waldron this where this feller's old lady con weNaI Hwy. Clewiston S
week. '-yelgbed 200 pounds and went on MSEa.ew, 1 1 I'I
From regular ; Post 1* a former employee of 4frS\\ diet and was losing 9 pounds 10\....MSS. ... r -.I

sock were ? Sugsjlswl,Motors, which WaJr.drol1 :'k ., a:I .. .. .. .. .. . . h I

recently purchased and renamed "

U39to$899Parkinson's Waldron Motors. He Isan 'BANK NOTES . -. :::by Malcolm
experienced and well-known Aiefkalt17m. i '
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NOW automotive mechanic and has ,
many friends who will welcome 'J DID YOU KNOW... I II i itif ,
his return He came to Clewis 011 III lroe 1 1MMN
$$2.99 ton first In 1939 and moved to A eUBUVBM* NSW r"*X BANK '1\ ;
Bell* Glade about eight years tOUNO SOTS w -
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Smart drivers wear seat belts ago.
even If they drive only two Mr; Waldron' also announcedthat ; ; 1J
the and
blocks from home. You can paint body shop
Dept. in the garage Is under lease to
get Into I serious accident In
Ben Veale, who will continueto
front of your home as well as ,
Store operate it as a separate bus ftR'S INCOMPARABLE
miles from
away home. Seat iness. ','
belts save lives. trt f't
3.3 Work of remodeling the build- tetsaRNwlts avlxwekcwu'eeNNio, t )
tag to provide more office space VfM),tO**BANKS AH OfftRHO
is underway. A HUNPftSO CIFFSRSNT f MAMCIAI.CiRVICM aNa/real e
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ge ISis TIll!: CLEW1STON NEWS Qewtston I'la.t' era were Earl Dyes, W E.Dickson MM. Pitzen win serve u contact will I not ow ref'|*w.i-. l- for too ulred Cleric to file of the your Court anawer and with t* Of the. .,. !
''l'bur.ct.y' July: UI, 11184 V. W Townsend Tom Heart Associationnames for the dbt Incurred by Betty H. ..nre a copy thereof upon", K. P r.nf,1 f, be Dinirict I at ?Iat..
.. J o h n o o n. ClewUton, Florida, belt at shell{ ray ,
Blount Hiram Ballard, Paul gram of the : BOBBY W TtVSLB lalntlff. attorney, on or :before Bthu''I,, :.tW-II: "':: 1 t, i
Portertield Robert M. Harris July 17, 1(44 otherwise, this : : : '
contsruction of an access roadon Broward N. Parson, W. E. Mrs. Pitzen and can ::: IV It l, .ltp llo0 will proceed txpart ao- Thursday::' : tSU:\ 'it t :.
Bid Wltne my band and *.a] of o'clock in the nil
opening on the west tieback levee and Anderson Blue Roberts, liar.roll ledge ITHB CODHTY : aid Court In 1811, Florida, Standard Tim., ';" ;
fertilizing and seeding the shoulder Goes J. R. Spratt, Alvah gift to the IN AND FOR' .UDOB-IJ HK.1DHT this Ith day of June, 1(44. for tti Wry
Mr. O. N. 343 West Dorothy at. Clark 1-Elecllne
Burke and Pitzen. COUNTY. FLORIDAIn on. An
In M. 1. William
dike work grassThla Clark Circuit ""
: Court
Ave. ClewUton Coo. No. _
: ; work 1* located In the Interment war' In Fort Den PaMdena hS Appointment RE Probate E/8TATB OF By:ul.Ur.r. : LOOK, [ !
Appointed Hendry : ..
I area where the channel of Klsslmmee ; aud Cemetery with Harvey Fun been 11 county was' WILLIS COOK, ) pKpATTENTION "
Bids will be opened on August repreienUUve for the Florida ... (Clerk1 Seal) I !
i eral R. *
River 1 is being straightened Home Fort Myer, In char- Claude CN-4 ( : "
18 on raising another sectionof H *rt Association: Inc., an affiliate
and enlarged a* part of the ,e. burg, field NOTICE) TO CRBDITORI June Ii. July .. I, It, KMKTOTIOFJ : actin. Oft n4Mn
the Herbert Hoover Dike on & of the American Heart creditor of the tetate of d
Lake Okeechobee, according to Central and Southern Florida AllIOcia UOD. Florida Heart WILLIS COOK, deceaeed. prmin: nA Ilndo"lIttt::
Flood Control projectOBITUARY hereby notified and required OF ANNVAL MRRTH1O: !: I-Tr.n".tln,
j ,\ announcement of OoL H. R. Par. file any claim or demand OP LANDOWNER Oil'' ", may sueb ell"
,\ fitt, district engineer Jackson MARCUS T. HOOD CITY or CU-WMTOI HBAR1--: :; CbE.they I In may the hav office against of the CLJEWISTOK DlfTRICT DH4IKAUB -OOARO p Mme bel...wR

'I', ville. The ten-mile section for Marcus T Hood, a resident NOTICE or BlUUKT ,'. ,Judge In the of Hendrr Courthouae: County, Notice I I. hereby the. that DISTRT. CLEW SroN DRApt
which bids art asked in located of Clewiston for twenty year, Notice I. hereby given' that the city .. I .. Florida, within anti ((> pursuant to call of th* Board of :
: In Glades county between died late Wednesday afternoon enp.op to t.o Nid:' out :tithe Gto: beeneral preparedand' : : first month. from the of date this age Buperrlaore District,of the Clewliton annual mating Draln-I Of BPI :. ; pal,,""I
the hurricane gate at Moore T. R. HEREON July: 8th, following ,'jtrok for the period .....llInln.. Octobrr I. II". and .ndl the*. Each publication claim or demand No n.. 11113' 0 1(1
suffered ices. A regular of the City Commlulo" be In writing and roust
early Tuesday morning m..tI"f
Haven and Fisheatlng Creek. Thomas Reeder Herron 60 10. 11.. at '::10 ,II the City Hall, City of the place of reddens and -
Work U now underway on two taBelle died He would, have reached the age cola Ibudia p a Wltb ......boo hoa amity/ office, addre.e of the claim
old resident
year of 86 on July: 17th. p..r.d will l : and muat be iworn to by the
other contract: of dike raising; suddenly at work Saturday mornIng thereafter u can be hard, and the budget hi* a or his at
when completed the helghth of H* war a dragline owner Mr. Hood war a retired farm which are deemed "p.dl..t, will b. .dopt.d.B/.ed. C. : ::,In'.or to It law 11r\The "law"' void re *

of the dike will be Increased to and contractor and apparently er. He cam to Clewiston from City Clerk .* claim. to b* filed In dup.

I permit greater storage of waterin suffered a fatal heart attack Concord Ga, Survivors are his .* I' 1004.VIRGINIA. Farmers, Cane Growers and Ranchers
the lake for use during dry while at work. wife Mr. M. T. Hood, dewl paoro.ICD OIC1UCIUL cipICR.ATIO FOND :

.;' periods laid the engineer! He was a longtime resident of ton, three daughter. Mr. 10.1.0/ ancillary' Eieutrl COOK MENCKEN of the Fe. LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND>
I I The 10-mile Glades county sec LaBelle and was a member of Gladys Smith. Avon Park, Mr. item Budget ... tats of JOHN WILLIS COOK, WISELY PLAN
the First Church of God and of E. E. Kelly ClewUton and Wayneivllle Pollee 'U.77608 dcad YOUR
tion must be completed within rlr. D.partm.nt uOO.OO publication on July 0,
200 calendar day according tothe the Lion Club. N. C and Mis Louis .treat _i___ 1.50'.08 FINANCING
contract Survivors are his wife, Mr. Hood, Jacksonville; a granddaughter Street Rrldt.e and Calnrta 4,60008 4.000.08 I..,.... ." R for DOCKET Executrix A lAw Coat Turn MarinenxEuu. .
i The engineer will also open Ella Ma Herron; a daughter Mr. J. B. McEwen Parka .7&0.00 ..,.. .O. Box 1(7 LAND BANK. LOAN
bids on August 13 on installing Mrs. Carole Wolfe LaBelle: a Tampa; a grandson, Charles W.d.Sidewalk. 7 5,10000 7,00000 ,, :: : :: ::: ... .Farm, Florida Building inn nnh. Cash TeRefinance
sister, Mr. Goldie Bryant Smith Germany; one sister Trash -- 18.7&0.00 .... No. 47( debta.tarn .
a permant gated double barrel La. Mr. G. T. Pryor Griffin Ga. Gasbags ,. ._. ._,. 8.600.08 S *, It, II, '0. !((( .
Shreveport, ; two nephew, .M .y. F1asce. .
culvert In a section of the Klslmmee *- and four Dltcb.. _ _ .18880 ." f55p meaoeis. 8" 'aIldIq"
great fI'IndcbUdreD.J'uDorallervlcli
River near Okeechobee.The Virgil Parrlsb. Clewiston. Boyc Ko".lIo" Control .760.0 TRill OOt'WT or TUB chairiuJu1 raebtaee ace Iuta1I R
Parrlsh Shreveport and a niece: wen held In R.eretbn 1..0.0 '.1" ,
r Jl IX.H.' HRNDHrCO1HT1T. AaaIat..
new culvert will replace a Mrs. Eula McLean Truman Paulson Chapel with the Rev. Shop and .1 1,000.00 U::::: : :: '. FLORIDA. JIVCh of a faire.. grove If' ttltllb,
temporary drainage culvert now Sup.ryieion __ e, 4,000,00: : In Probate I'ueII.aR taste .bold.
Bob L. Christie officiating. Interment Offlc. H.I.rl.. 10000.00 REE8TATB .
in place. The new culvert will Ark.Funeral; services were held In wa In Rldgelawa Office Eupenes and Supplies 1.100.0 .. GORDON OF PEARCT. ONLY A revise "' 11I ftehda I. she fare .stere...
City Attor.e7 1.175.00
barrel 66-Inch
be two
The entire installation will be the First afternoon Church with of God the pastor yesterday Home Cemetery in charge with Patiaon Funeral :. Judge and Promolloa 5,10000: :::: 1:=::::: All Credit_ and reree-. HAS ALL rasa ADVANTAGES
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Clam. L Lower
Auditing ___ .' or 9rmutm.S. .
S2-feet In length and will Include r .r. .
Rev. Paul Slpea officiating, and aid KMetei
Auto and Truck Uc.n.. 15.0 :: .
each, of hors. Loafer term (hIP'u SI
headwall and manually and you are rear).
the Rev. W. D. Collins Lake Mr. and Mr. Everett Foster Building R.p.ln S.GOO.OO_ and reqqulred t* pr- I.
operated slide gate to control! Placid and the Rev. Gordon and daughters, Denise and BranYda Election In.urane.1NNnN 1,60000 ." any elalm and demand. epnt.ble ""'" (serving.. arrlea1ll11'1 etcdldgtl

the water flow. in the abandoned How, Fort Myer, '' made a bualnes trip to Plr' i Tax Eu..N. _,,,,,,,. 1,000.01 : ::::: aralnat you or the either estate of )of'ou bout-ma 4. r-TJ IIIIeI...171. _
channel and also include: Active and honorary pall bear- Fort Lauderdale yelephone a T.I.greph. late prtwi-nt prtrtUm ttt' p1u,14.
f: Monday. Utilllla Ea..nse.Cly se.oo.oe .... ..doo = ;:'tod--: County A .... a.rvb.k b, .leeal. peepN. familiar
Emeloyaoe. ... .100.4141 a Hendry Count... "''Iorld&. *"* bed. yl6
1 City l .p o..m- ( ; office In the court' hou.e bUsTs
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,' Coq I".pector Aula Jlxpeua: 103/ County at LaBelle, Flo- U we us be ., amid. M ,.. please
La..1 Erp na within els er pie.o
Janltor.I'I.I.ry' 1,00000 th* of th.first pub W. K. BUT Kgr.r POTU K. ABBOTT. Altt.1Icr.
1 Janltor-BxpoDM 100.41 ; r.o *. Two op>
Golf Court BXPDM 1.00'.08 1. I of each claim *r limed
Ubrarr BxpnuPlar _- 1,600.10 t.( b* In writing and hall Federal! Land Bank
1 Unusual investment opportunity Park Salary 1,160.00 the place of r..IJ.nce and Association
4i' Plar: Park Other ...::=:::: 60.10: m:: :: office addreie of th. claim
I 1 }.' UlecelUaeoui-Klpene* i.- 11,000.00 and ihall .be *w.ern to by
claimant afent or attorney of DrtonftlONZI

New Equipment UIOiWo.:e gerbage. : ::: aocompanlod. dollar aad by uch a flllnafa claim or 7WM1 .
not *o filed haU b* BIADENTOI. fU

133,100.01 : ANNIE kt BARROW
Chamber Com 1'.ree 11,100.toKeadry A* eiecutrli of the Lat
10(0Newepaper Will and Tcetameat .f
Ai*. __ 1000: Douglas Oordo .,
Other __ (.(.(( deoea..... Pearty
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INCOME OIlIIICIUL: ., 11113 10 "It

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Finn and Forfeit* .. .__. cmctrrr cote in'
( Road and Brldv Fund __ FOR HB-DRT C l11fTT. atop with us I
iI Moaqulto Control .,._,._..,. I FLORIDA
Eleetrla Exptnee ,...._,._. __ CHANCERY NO. KIT col, .
Culvert O. BRIDOK8!: Plaintiff,
Occupational Llao. : "
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II Building r : IJcene PVrmlti.011 -:.. :::: NOTICE John BHdgetAddrao TO DEFEND
PlumbingPermit* ddt' _
Alen Permit __-..._ ,__, :---- unknown -

Fully equipped 1964 Imperials Touth Playpark B-lmmlnf Center Income pool Income Income__ _, -_ ::i::::! r *are for above you dlrore hereby by Court.Olady notified has You* a been Bridie are that filed re a

to till your answer with DEL MAR MOTEL
t PROBABLE INCOMII :. I. c of the Court and to
Trand.r from '__ a ropy thereof apon R P.
t, R..nue loud
T* b. rated by Tara and other mure* n/ e n, Clewlatoa. Florida Abden *_d BetaUfalStjle
m'I attorney
on or before
17, l(4i. otherwise, this ae- e *, DwiblM, r mOr traits
FROrOED UTH4TT: OPERATING' FOND will.1 proceed .x .pan. Air CM-ltlMcd. TV
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BlectrloBprllon. .410.041m.,100.00 I:::::=:: /./ Dorothy. Moore Clark- 5
r A Entlneerlnc. I.,110,01eoo.o0 I.. ..-. $"* Clrcult Court BttTMta Quarters
;:r I l Malnt Diet Oy.t.m-labor 11.01111(! 11.1111. 447 5 8trM-ur Feel -
Malnt Dlit Sytm-Matrlat
i Malnt of Tranformer-Labor ,00009 'L0,00.0e 1*. July t 0. It, 1M4 5 BMtawrut Nr
Malnt of
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d __. ., ,_: o Malnt Maine of of Hrdrante.Labor Metere-Materlal l (000 hut 5610,11 FOR FLORIDA HBNDMT COUNTY: 1510. No. Ashley Street
Malnt of
InTntory-Lbo Hydrante-Materlal 7,101.00 1.111.. CHANCKdT; ... SUM (V. 8. 41 North).

Ante Bupplle* Truck* small Tool 1O'.ee 700.01,606 1,00'.0' .:. HOWARD, PUtaujf0: VALDOSTA, GA. "

moM Coat Slat Meter of utility Readinv Cuatomer Taie BerTlclncLabor .1,101.01. 1,60100 1/00.00: 1:::::: HENRY HOWARD Def.nd..t, Cfh f =

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II.'. 401/0 TO DEFEND
K ben Henry Howard. Write fcr htarahm .W CUD G
P'.a Now priced for remarkable year-end ADMMIITRATIVmi: 1IIT, (. 316// are Addree hereby Unknown. oUfld that'a' IMiuj' ()In.*MleU. KM Reed to **eif, twaM'M
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Auto Eipenee: ::: above court Te.. are re-
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EA wiI iui Judge upholds Thursday July 1" 1866

lake divisionCircuit
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-- Judge Ben Willie In Oyster experts sure ,;; i I

RATES: Four TWO 50-FOOT LOTS ON LAKE FOR RENT-ONE: ) : AND TWO. ClassifiedsBob TaRahassjee yesterday upheld 'R' Month Rule is '
I 70 JUNE, for sale, $4,000 each. BEDROOM trailers. Also FOR SALE-GOAT CHOSE: : : a 1963 legislative act dividing mythThe

II per umcMrge: Jour is Terms 1/3 down. Phone Lake shady spaces dewlston Trailer from natural goat milk 8-os the area of Lake Okeecnobea
the price of lhrve.F1IONE Placid HO 54635. tfe Park. YU 22881. tie brick $1.25 postpaid. The Marguerite among the counties borderingthe belief that oysters are one of the apparent origins lathe
for Ranch. Highway 720 lake, and Palm Beach county good to eat only during months Spawning methods of the

yUkOD 31201rfIIIIIIII FOR SALE Two bedroom FOR KENT-Trailers and Trail LaBelle Fla. JulyUe Overboil' In which moil of the lake that have an "R" 1* a myth according European oyster I;

house unfurnished on Haiti er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer was previously located Immediately to the Department of
This Is In that
upp oyster unique
where. .ama Street Financing available. Park. Phone 111" 103. tic FOR SALE-One 14 ft Thompson Trailer Sale took steps to appeal the Interior. tit retained I
duIUW are by the
.,? II the $0 CaD YU 3-1321 Jutyieo boat and trailer. 1963 New and Used decision. According to the Bureau of young r
.a FOR mother until shells lie-
two paa RENT-One: tiny are
pal pick lIP bedroom trafl. 18 hp Johnson motor. Laude SIS Central Avenue At stake In the decision: is Commercial Fisheries, oy.ter.UlU.n i
CJp&al Taeetre Neolln Jones er. dean, veloped. The presence of the
quiet Phone YU Ford. 1
.. JJIsIe News tic Phone YD 3-1831 the division of gasoline tax reach their peak of perfection
ei Or 2-1238. tic small gritty; sheila make the
*plmeete Tara rat beNpee HOUSE FOR SALE-4: bedroom, FOR SALE!: Parakeets 82.W money which Is allocated': by in May and June European oyster undesirable
ad ne'ter''''before Weebender 1 bath CBS. corner lot, partially FOR RENT-ffew: lO'xSO house up. Mynah birds African love the state to the various counties months that have no "R" In lor human food during the most I

furnished or unfurnished. trailer with two bedrooms. birds, monkeys, cages, supplies. on the bails of a formula them. R months.
Can 3-2081 or 34821. By week or month. YU 24421 Pet boarding. Thompson Wild Houses for sale which takes Into considerationarea Oysters are fatter and taste

JulyMo tic Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 21231 population and rural mile better In the spring because at Dr. McHugh also stated that
tie age or road system Palm this time, they begin to afore changing the oyster harvest I
FOil SALl FOR SALE BY OWNER-Tfarea FOR RENT-2 and 3 room fur- Authentic Beach county would lose a considerable glycogen an animal starch In time to late spring could result
lEAl ESTAtE bedroom CBS. 33S W. Haiti nlshed apartment Phone 2- REGISTERED CITRUS TREES Early amount of the moneyIt preparation for the spawning in Important economic benefits

bedr.erpee. YU 2-3481. JulyUp 127L tic FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. now receives from that source season In summer. to the oyster industry but the

t SALg Three ltpIAND FOR SALE LEASE- bed M. TomUiuon.! Ona Fla. Phone American because of loss of lake area. During summer and early tradition of the fall harvest Is I
YO 23408. or interior,
room house, partly furnished. FOR RENT-Sman: house. Furnlshed RJC 3478061 tfo Under the new law which fall oysters become thinner unlikely: to change until enough

CREATBR THAN or unfinished 835 Chihuahua the court upheld as eonsitluUon-' their nectar becomes comparatively consumers become aware {that I j
Completely redecorated: inside. FOR SALE-One female
tor boucee, uxeap, per month See Mrs. Sloan 433 1 bedrooms kitchen, dining al. Palm Beach county's lake watery and their flavor the R-month rule is a myth and I I
69IR 1 window alreonditioners. Phone 11 weeks old
We have euubaaen E. Trinidad or can H. P. Johnson. puppy room large living room both area was reduced from 570 to declines. The fattening cycle usually start asking for oysters In I
after I YU 825.00.22 rifle and 20 snot
p.m. guage
completely Including
,List your property with 84801.July23e tic YU 2-6044 tic 248 sqquare miles. does not resume until October spring months. I '
gun. appliances, and washing
Ph., YUIEA1 .
3. L Bwrdsley. Hendry county's was lacreasaad or November. (
ANHDuNCEMENtUMISC I I I ALL MAKES: 2T USED: TV' Financing from three square miles to The harvest ef oysters usually \
arranged for .
qualified buyers.Models
.. 'r 'fOR RENT SETS. H9.93 million
Guenntoed.. SO. begins Jn September or October State $1
New ..
R OR RuNT open dally 9 to Sun.day
bedroom. Car'IR down 814.04 per 1IIIO tb. LAKE after church. Clewlston Glades county's lake area was -at a. Unas when oysters gen

3gdthrt0 Obisco St, Can eu FOR RENT-Furnished small 2 HAND ((11.25 8 pt) and Oradar APPLIANCE CO YU 2-7151. tic Trailer Sales, phone YU 2-2681. Increased from 157 square milesto era11.r.re not at their best

Wilson, 1444351, LObS u** bedroom house. Phone YU .- ($1.00 vp) wood saws, 'sharpened FOR SALU-PaynD envelopes. tic 221 square miles. Reasons for this Inconsistencywere loan for canal j
G 2403 or 812 Avenlda del Rio. by machine. Professional Qkechobee: county; which formerly *- explained by Dr. J. L. Mo-
Ilan tic workvt- BartoU, (near* Catholic printed with form. for social had no lake area now Hugh, Bureau of Commercial The State Cabinet has approved
security withholding and other
clrw a Haven- Au* 80 baa 127 miles. Fisheries' assistant director for .
square a 1.2 million loan to j j
deductions, dos: of 500. dewlston .'"
roa VENTA 0 AlqniUer Dpig' -
7TZAT38I frame.fVnlibed Northside Martin which formerly Biological Research.
BOOIBUHPINO AND TAX EXPERT News offlou tfBOOKEETEK county,, speed up purchase: of rlght-of
320 Oblcpo Calle 3
had lake hat "The harvest Is begun
no area now oyster for .
Alcobas Enfriado For Air. available for either TOftEE: bedroom frame! way construction Jbf ,the '
DB-2 bedroom frame, fun or part time work S3 106 square miles. In early fall because the demand Cross-Florida: Barge Canal. '
LLamar Colecdonar years
Garaje. experience. Can HEl' WANtEt WOMrH Large raise Excellent ere'dllloe. Full benefit of the law to the Is seasonal and the prices
M.p. Kennedy Lake Park Florida, Collect OL 4-
Geed .etgUMrheed.HUOC. "
USAGE a available. 8444351. Jul 24c 3(72. tic counties receiving increase In are highest at that time he The Cabinet trustees of the

ACRES.NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2I ... area will not be felt until 1983 said. The seasonal demand Internal Improvement Fund ,
bith time home. Hardwood FOB BENT One bedroom SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom WANTED Opening when bonds which Palm Beach may have been caused by the authorized Attorney General
bouse. Phone YU 2-6881. tic made. Complete Una of for adult responsiblelady J. M. Lankford county Issued on the basil of R myth. Another reason Is that James Kynes to proceed with .
____ __ knowledge
with bookkeeping .
BJ TEA HOMES!;: !n on: 'ward. bedroom drapery and slip cover fabrics. and Can YU Beg. Real Estate Breker the old allocation: and pledged most oysters are marketed In the loan and give the state n i
One experience.
[Palm Beach and Dade ooua- FOB Robert- Overholt, Free estimates. CaD YU 2-3831. 24501. Ala secondary road funds from gasoline the raw shucked state and in mortgage on $1.5 million In 1
i, various sixes and prices.ii Phone house.YU 2-5841. July 23c Van Oothern's Custom Furniture tax In repayment,, will be the early days storage life Marion County lands owned by y\
tub payment and Upholstery. tic CAR HOP WANTED-Apply in retired. probably was longer in cooler the Canal Authority, but not
EelEfIcIencies and U. T. Koch weather." needed toe the canal project. I
-uJ BLUM ft SONS PLASTERING.' person at A4W Drive-In or
Ikwei n available. Very' Best Work call YU 2-1241 Jul1to 5 acre tract Dr. McHugh: said. some of the The loan will be repaid frommillsge :
1 Off 1,000 recant lots to select FOB aENT1becIne. hew We Save You Money State exhibit origins of the "R" myth mayhave levied in counties along'the I
i tor ill purpose Various garage northslde. large shady been lost in history, but canal route. 1
i. Terms. corner lot,. YU 34001 or YU 2- Plastering Simulated Stone Waitress WantedApply 25 acre tractGood 1I I I
INCOME 3341. tic Stucco-Free Estimate badly locatedGov. I
AND Licensed and Insured to Tony Glades Restaurant Road Close, to
PROPERTY.BONIIILY FOR RENT-Furnished cabins 25 Years In Business tic Harlem NewsNews
RENTAL Ban Clewlston Farrls Bryant flew unexpectedly
and trailers. Johnson Fishing 3850 Lara StreetJ'o11lbwl'l.
fewt CBS construction 825,000. -=- to New York for conferences
Camp. YU 2-1181. tic Fla. tic
lONG TERM, low Inherent 3 Business Lois set up In an effort to I
| ana, cane, grove and ranch FOR RENT-2 bedroom and one ED 74171 or OX 4-2874 HELP WANTED 1 MEN ACTOM from Thrlftr Drag revitalize the Florida World's of Our Colored I Community

tptts, minimum 850,000. bedroom trailer. Also 1 bedJ J PETE'S CABINET Shop. Custom Fair exhibit MRS. JAMIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor
LISTINGS NEEDED room apartment Call YU 2- made cabinets. Formica specialist SOMEWHERETHERE -:- Gov. Bryant was Joined by Phone YU 2-7831

J. M. LANKFORDUr. 40M. tic Remodeling kitchens.: IS A MAN 3 Bedroom House Wendell Jarrard,. Florida Development

Zeal Estate Broker No job too big or too small. who wants to make 88,000 per on 2 acres: dost lal Commission chairman: MISSING -Cold Pocket Watch. Jack and John Carl Brum-
| bit Sufarland Highway TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or If you have any Information fleW have returned: after a most
a :Free estimates, 118 Central Ave. year and more working with -:- Roger Stake, Development Commission
trailer space for rent FairGrounds concerning where it might be enjoyable vacation with relativesand
hire, Auto and General YU 24421fcetoous JW123e growers In this area. This man director: and Florida
Insurance Trailer Park. Phone found please contact Joe Apple friends In New York City.;
is probably married, sober, honest World's Fair executive committee
,n,. Ph. VU 24161 1-30<<. tic and is willing to work hard. DadeMonroeRealty members Dick Pope of Cypress .. white In person. Ito Friends of Mr. Luther Harvey

for 1 Sale He may be farming himself Gardens, McGregor Smithof are sorry' to hear of his illness, "
at present he Is confined to Hen-
For such: a maD we can offer Florida Power and Light Co., CUUBCH NEWS
a career with the largest and dry General Hospital. '
and Don Shoemaker of the :MI
DACHSHOUND puppies tor sale. New Bethel A. M. E.
oldest company in its field. We ,,309 W. SiHjorlond Hwy. '
AKC Registered. Jack L. ami Herald. Rev L. Holmes t'e "
I Business Directory win train him work with! him YU 32941Frank Pastor Dedicated, late. Mr. ,
Scott 220 H' Bryant met with Robert Motes _
E. Arcade. and give him exclusive light Sunday School 1:30: Charles E. Miner Sr.
J president of the World's 10:55 i'' ,
tic In Morning Worship : "Somebody"
to business a large area
with Fair Corporation In an effort Evening Worship 7 p.m. 'Somebody said a kindly word f'I .
already developed
rf laok-keepiog doesnt! coata : JOHNSON CARS FOB SALE Two toilets, two ; for advancement It opportunity you to get Moses to live up to commitments Bible Reading Tuesday evenIng And did a golden deed. I i
lavatories double sink, and I
Denmead to make the Florida at the church.
Somebody helped a friend
Can State Bead 832. Sent* think you qualify, write freelyto I''
Pays. tub. Robert OverhoU, Jr. Phone
exhibit accessible to the Chair Rehearsals ,Wednesdayand I
more of [ I
Bob Balwin Box 1105 Winter. In the time need.
Most transportation for your YU 2-4641. July 23e Beat EstateOn
visiting public. Thursday evenings. Somebody refused to frown !
McDonald Bookkeeping money Garden, Florida. July 23o Vaeatfcm
this,side of Miami' < FOB SALE Mobile ..... Used Topics under discussion werea Visitors are alwjtys welcome. And wore a smiling face I u
& Tax 1963 Immaculate 2 bedrooms BAD 82t per day er mere fas Thank you moving sidewalk thai would Mt .Calvary' Baptfct; And prayed for someone down '

kitchen dining room completely] permanent route work. Will take fair-goers into the Florida Rev. L. M. Kitchens: Pastor In the rut of low disgrace.

GOULD BROS. furnished and seUip on lot train man or woman If inexperienced. area without a long walk and Regular church services each

Service $4,350. Financing arranged for Write Mr. HEATH, the removal of a fence that Sussday.Prayer. Somebody had a thankful heart.

O.B.1I11 OL4467Fla. PAINT,STORE- qualified buyers. Models open Box 2768, Memphis 2. Term. For Sale or Lease forced visitors coming Into the service and weekly] And sang a be.utJtullOlll.
dally I to 9. Sunday after church huge parking lot to walk more meetings at the usual time nd Somebodys failed to do,

....blee. tteensed Ceatrseten Imsmred dewlfton Trailer Sales, phone 215 acres than a mile to get to the Florid date.Mrs. The things he knew were _
YU -_. tic TRADEWILL mtpreved. eholee pastureland exhibit Emma Dixon reporter rte
adjoins city Unite eaU The 3.5-acre site of the Florida Somebody said "Life Is tweet."
T.w Pisa DealerCARITHERS FOB SALE CHENILLE: BedSpreads To them that nobly live
E. SmgarUnd Hwy. $37.Appaloosa .
and Pavilion Is off from the Convention soles.
house coats;rugs Somebody smiled and 'said
hIM rU 22111BOTTLED sofa pillows. Mrs. A. B. Medelland. TRADE Ms er acreage main part of the fair and Is not The West Miami District Sunday "I'm glad to freely give,"
Phone YU3- U. J31e for good Lake lot to build n horses easily accessible to fair goers. School Allen Christian Endeavor
The Florida trained League and the Women's
cabin on In Lake Placid. Bin porpoises
RADIO and TV SALE finished steds,aaaree,ponies ells In Somebody graced a happy home.
SD: us FOE FOB Maple Blum. 2850 Lora St. Ft Myers.Fla. to perform at the Florida Missionary Society Conventionwas >>
And lived to shield the right
WS: youth bed mattress and springs. sale al an times-tM head I
WITH RETOOK GAS tic i exhibit at the Miami Seaquarlum held at Mt Zion A. M. E.
and brave
Good condition. 820. CaD YU K. Church BeUe Glade July 8 thru Somebody was true
&n .. were supposed to under-
Bldg. And fight
108 Bond St AppliancesSaJeaService 2-7501 from 9-5. After 5 call YU 12. 19M. fought a
PHONE YU 2-7105 write the operating costs of the'eDUre Somebody sought the. lowly
Plane YU 2-M41 2-1751. Ito LOST t AND I FOUND t I Sunshine State pavilion Rt Rev. E. C. Hatcher D.D., ChristSomibody's

FOB SALE DeL. xe eleetrte/ but crowds have been disappointing LLD, Presiding Bishop; Rev. speech was true. .:

CLEWISTONTRAILER POWER GASCORPORATION range-like new. Also 1951 Ford FOUND Olrte' Neye e. Call at the entire fair until J.Rev.B.H.Blake L. Salmon, presiding host preach elder; Somebody! has won a crown,

pickup. Can YU 24244. Aug to after; S p.m. 2-5451. Glades Co. now and admissions to the porpoise And that Somebody was you.
SALESNew show are not coming up er.Weal (Mr. :Miner)
I FOB SALE Sea Fanr 15 II. An Types ef Beef a4 expectations. Miami DMrict Officers -Quoted by J. S. Gajadna
& Fiberglass boat 45 hp Mercury ,Sewing Machine Sheet Metal Wart Mrs. Aretha: Hatcher, state
Used "YU 3-3101 motor with trailer. Robert! Overboil New Ceswtraetlen er supervisor of Missionary; Mrs.
US 27 E. 1J21WALDRON'S Jr., Phone YU J.5*41. Repairs Repair Jebe NOTICE! Jeanette Kelly conference president Julia's .
July 23c I of W. M. 8.1: Mrs. Mable
BKNDBT COONTT SINGERSales I Phone 2.7111 Shoe Shop Will Be Carroll conference director of* Beauty Nook !

Title& Abstract Co.,, 1IH BUCK 44)1. SEDAN. $17 Day er Kvemtan CLOSEDJuly Jr. M. S.; Rev. J. B. Black FOR THAT NEW LOOK

lIArs Title Aktrseb7138aao.ee' cash. Can be seen at dewis- Service P. 0. Est 1242CLEWISTOIf nell conference director of religious Tinting. Styling, Cutting. No
AND GROCERIES ton Tire and Recapping. Phone 4410 Auq 8Pldl
: Public SteMtrapker FLA.' education; Mrs. BettyeBlake Appointments, Friday and
One() 7 I.m, to 1 p.m neteeepTtaaDmHeaflBg Tom, YU 3-2321. Jul 30p( Parts Rentals Davis district supervisor of W. SaturdayVW

Bride St. and Park Ave.laBehe Brand new touch and sew M. s.; Mrs. Lucille Wllsom district
lto8p.m.ta Via. P. 0. lies *48OBanxe FOR SALE One office desk, machines on display GladesMercantile president of W. M. S: bferasaUesL Call MI13Mr
Ida Babe, rreprleter
Dan a 8-8M1 formica also student's desk 0>>. Authorized Mrs. M. a. Poole, district I I
Week secretary chair and two stenog.chairs. Singer agent will be at supt of Sunday Schools; Mrs.A. i
J "> WIRY TUESDAY) Double A Rooting Co. CABITHERS RADIO TV. L. Gunter, district presidentof

'* Tour Spur of Moment. EVINRUDESales Sugarland Highway YU 11131. every' Saturday, Please call A. C. E. league; Miss Barbara Harlem Club.(.

Picnics ticHenry YU 24441 or come in 108 Wilson, district president Favorite Mixed Drink Fried
II11ea East of Clewlston and Service Keechl Bond Street tic 25 AcresGOOD Y. P. D.; Miss Emma Aldeidge ChlrlMi Flan, Hamburger
Bare Beach vice president! Y. P. D.; Motto, and other Sandwiches J .
"My Grace is Sufficient For Recorded Music
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Eilht l THE a.EWIST01t NEWS Oewletoo lla.Thursday. particularly many Cubans have two separate accident:
of Fort
Lee Humphrey
July: 16. llIlIiI found a friendly people and an Harry
opportunity' b live under free- Pierce apparently stepped off ---.....

dom. We cannot tell you how an underwater the shallow ledge waters while of w.doIn the If I f YouHave
\ grateful we are. or how much
DeArmas tells club to lake, said his companion Charlee -
this mean to us. The least I Barber The accident occurred
can do Is to try to tell what Friday afternoon. '
happened in Cuba and try to Humphrey's body was recovered '
;1 prevent Its happening in the I by members of the Okee- _
take political interestI United States," he said. chobee County' Sheriffs auxiliary : '.;
,; Mr deArmas spoke to the .
Lions Club Thursday; he had On Monday Jake Adams, 57- Something Aso Dolt
/f/ It ;you have all opportunity' to topic which Is dear to his heart previously talked to Kiwanlan year old Okechobee mechanic,
t'hear Luis deArmas make his "If I tell you this one thousand and the Lions asked for the drowned while on a lone fishing
,L talk: on the topic "CommunismI times you still cannot comprehend same talk. The speaker first trip at the mouth of Taylor To
I t its effect on people", don't It, yet It Is only 90 miles explained fallacies in the beliefs Creek His empty' boat 'was The
I I I' miss It Every American should away The United States has many Americans have of found going round in circlet on
I [hear this dedicated sincere been good to net we have found the happenings and the situationin the lake and searchers found ) a; '
: democratic Citizen,discuss the k home here,,and in this area Cuba. his body close by. He had apparently and i BUY 14' \ t EconomicalWay. !
''i. Cuba was a properous country fallen out of his boat
before the Castro regime he drowned. SELLRENT
said It was not composed of a :' Worker drown ,
: r few wealthy people and a vast 14 BE Jerry C. Grace, 20, colored
: mass of poverty-stricken people Copr. LAT ServiceWAIT'LI. employee of Reynolds and Smith .
; Our as many Americans believe. It drowned in the CaloosahatcheeRiver f
ranked high among the Americas at Moore Haven! Monday I
LITTIRS: In the ratio of physiciansand I SCOOPED UP TODAY, DEAR. morning 1

J dentists to the population According to Sheriff Roy D. '
Branch In infant mortality, in the small In Cuba can be wiped out only Six men Lundy, Grace was working on Try ,Placing QA5V i
percentage of Illiterates the by an outright war. Castro now a Reynold and Smith barge near
number of television sets etc. has 45,000 Russians helping him (Continued from Page 1)) the main office when Lemon'
The laborers lived well. and he has the best of short- hat blew Into the water. Grace '., I .
: Office However the country has along range war-heads. "We do not of the lake near the mouth of volunteered to retrieve the hat #
of in Indian Prairie CanaL Accordingto Grace returned with the hat "I
history corruption know
1 why the Bay of Pigs Invasion -
1I Glades County Sheriff Roy and started swimming between
and the .
1I I government newspapersand failed but it was an opportunity : :
D. Lundy the bodies were foundin two barges to chore Lundy
other communications
media will
I never come
that general area. said. About 15 or 20 minutes .,:..Tlle.'JClassified
the do-gooders, and other again. At that time Castro had .
Fishenten drown workmen discovered Grace had
organizations were taking advantage little and a little help would
Two men who were engagedin not returned to work and discovered I
.1. of the The
have won the invasion. Now It
We Even Pay The Postage! corruption existed and persisted will take an all-out war." drowned sports!over fishing the in weekend the lake in Artificial him between respiration the failed bar'gee. Of 1 .
because the right kind of people deArmas warned his listeners Pages
did not go into politics, said : "Don't say politics is unclean -
Mke add deArmas. "Our substantial bus : you are all wrong If ;you
deposits to savings account .. wt
your inessmen, who were cattlemen, da Have concern' about' your 1 ]lIt'1I11t."''tJ Just Phone
sugar men and others were too government because who ll elected N
pay bills all through the mails!
busy making money and lookIng to office and how they will "
after their own interests; run ;your business of government -
Our bank by mail plan saves you we left the business of politic if of the greatest Importance THRIFTYDRUG / .JI" YU 3-1201
up to others; we turned our to you." I
time and energy backs on our own country by Greg Easer presided at the News 'r
so doing, because the people who Lions meeting and Bob Adams And
'" Place
went Into government were already Introduced the speaker.Seminole Or Come; ;rt '
corrupt or became corrupt
FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON when they took over. The Into.The '
men in key positions, the Indiana Your Ad
bureaucrat stayed In their Shoppers BusinessOffice
Jobs and corruption continued. (Continued from.Page 1))
through various regimes.- Special Lunch Every Dayl! and

Some 'Cubans thought if they Seminoles who have no false Menu for Friday-Saturday -
got rid of Batista, they would pride, but who accept with appreciation Y An Experienced"ADTAKER"
I COMPLETEPRINTING get some man from"the middle anything offered by
ground" In office, but in 1958 Mrs. Wilson. Oven baked beans with franks

t said deArmas, there was only Assisting in the clinic is a
; Tossed Salad
I the choice Batista or Fidel. Seminole mother Mrs.Mary.Cypress y
: When Fidel came down from who has two small ones Rolls or Italian Bread Will Glady
the hills he had only 500 men. of her own. Needejss\ say they
Joining him 'were the non-coms are being brought up with excellent Assist You
and lesser officers of the milt ideas of nutrition and 58c or 2 for 98c
SERVICE tary, to whom he promleed the general health.needs. Mrs.,Cy-
positions of generals, etc. to press not only serves a. interpreter .
"Serving Hendry and Glades Counties" replace the Incumbents who and keeps records for
were to face his firing squad Mrs. Wilson on the days the Fountain Special THE CLEWISTON NEWS
PROFESSIONAL One thing all free people clerk! from the department Is
J. should remember said deArmss not present, but she reminds Chocolate Clairs __ 25111f'1I (
; with Intense sincerity "is that the Seminoles of their appointments u
PRESSWORK when you break a principle for with the denlst the optometrist
one you break it for all. Castro or other physician: '#' : 1
broke into {the( safety' deposit A large glass Jar on the dispensary II:tt___ltJl, "II. II'ft 1I1 1
PRACTICAL boxes of those who had opposed table in :the dolt is
doesn't it PAYJim's
him, thus confiscating their cash nearly filled with discarded hypodermic Advertising cost. .
1 and valuables. What his followers needles. "We used to
PRICES. E did not expect, but found throw them away," said Mrs.
out later was that he would Wilson "until we learned, ,the
: break Into their safety deposit children were hunting them out
boxes and confiscate their cash. to play with. Now we drop themIn
No The newspapers the churches. the jar; when it Is filled we
I' job too large everyone In Cuba went for Fidel will have a guessing contest, and
at first They soon learn the children will guess the number
small. ed. He closed one newspaper of needles. This will beAm Back
because H was too rightist; then tor them and helps them
he closed others." accept the fact that they cannot
Whatever your printing needs, deArmas thinks Communism play with the needles. Will .

'' you 11 find us ready willing and give prizes but right now I don't
know where the prizes are coming -
able to fill them!Ir from" (another extra project We
of Mrs. Wilson's). are extremely pleased to an-
Give m a call for free estimateI The health department work
ers are concerned with the DUmber
\ J of diabetics on the reservations nounce the return of
and with the numberof
r :: : The CLEWISTON NEWS TB patients. The number Is

.- .. LOCAL not high but in a population of .
j Phone YU 3-1201 Central Ave. only 250, the rate is very high. \

t k I P. 0. Box 1236 Clewiston Fla STORES There Is one disease which has
i 'i never made its appearance on

I I I! HENDRY COUNTY NEWS- PUBLISHERS- GLADES or COUNTY- DEMOCRAT The the few reservations gonorrhea cases- syphilis.which Jim
have occurred were traced to MaxhamAs
nearby migrant camps and the
Ica, Seminole cases were quickly
:t detected and cured.

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