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 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:01162
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i : J' 'Dedicatffj' to the advancement 01 IIendr1j County and Americas Sweetest TQUIfI'. 4'{r'. I

VOLUME: a7 NUMBER 30 :. CLEWISTON FLORIDA T1fURSDAY JULY 23. JD6t Return Postage OIW'LDteed. Sec. 3U.3. P.3Lr- Subairptloa! K.00 yeas :-: I


I v County faces ,increased levy of 2.4.1"* milh .li'\\ji E i I

Miner law firm City appoints t District officers install- A mUlage Increase of 2.41 is I

r Miner indicated for Hendry county taxpayers -
la the proposed budget '

now in ClewistonThe J ito; legal posts for Legion and Auxiliary night which by wee the drawn board up of Monday county "$ I I I Icommissioners.

,Charles E Miner, Jr. has The budget( totals I
law firm of Day, Campbell been appointed city\ Judge of $693,008, an increase of .
and Miner announce the Clewiston succeeding: the late $78,459 over last year' tentative :."
opening of their offices In the Carlos R Dickey who was act budget of $616.008./ It will ;.
State Farm Insurance Building, bill city Judge while serving as require a levy of 15.35 mill*. ".
iiuL Central Avenue dewlston. lot City attorney also;; Drainage and school mlllage v V.
the general practice of law oa Mr, Miner is the resident vies I r will be added to this figure. The q; f>,

M ,I"1yr' Completed----- portion ef Florida AUantlerii perclassraen and will open In September to 20th.a full time basis .effective July member of the law firm of Day current levy 1* 1294 mills. "' ir,
Campbell and Miner and Biggest new item on the 1964 ..
.to shown .la this aerial Juniors Seniors. and
enlty campus graduate students. (See
Charles E. Miner Jr. I native moved to Clewiston from West budget of the county is $42,000 :
,..oIorr.ph II 1& was teen last' week nd. This Eslslng Cane column on editorial page) and long-time resident of Palm Beach last week. reappraisal of all real property ,

ralnnll1 1a reatrlotlng 'Its enrollment to up- dewlston is the resident part- John Potter West Palm Beach In the county. This figure t

ner for the firm which Wso* .attorney,, who .is moving to Is an estimate since no quota- g
maintains offices in Lake Worth. Clewiston next week was ap tion from appraiser asked nor L
Help the Band! 4-H member wins Judges urgepublicity Miner and his wife Ruth ar* t pointed city attorney for the submitted to the board, and the fc
presently residing at 429 West' City of Clewiston, effective August appraisal if made may cost |

trip to capitalMiss Pasadena Avenue. first .when be opens his more or less, than the estimated .,
Order the News! Other members of the firm 991ce In Clewiston for the general figure '
[ Penny PenninatOD. who) are John R. Day of Lake Worth practice, of law. The fine and forfeiture
has been a member of the Pa- and Angus J. Campbell of West 'These budgeti
A troop of Sucariaitd appointment were con- $6.387 lei than the 1963 budget
I lot met ten are starting hckee 4-H club the past four: on juveniles Palm Beach. firmed at the regular meetingof but $15000 budgeted last
1 1 troJKt, to sell new sea year and also a Jr Leader for r the City Commission Monday JuiI ;year for the Jail sewage system

litriplioM < the Clewhton The president of Florida Ju- evening la not included In the current
I \tn to nine funds for the venile Court Council Friday City Millage __ budget. Increases In the fine ,
I bed The band. will receive urged Florida newspaper to and forfeiture budget are aher-
I n ,lit every new subf crtpN give more publicity to Juvenile remains 15.5 ,. )oll show set urn deputies and assistant *..-
| | Uu band tells; the court defendants. ) 375, clerk of court $250; other

J rNnpfcn expect to sell 250 Judge Robert Rickey of Bra- Th* city commission assesseda court cost $1,000 and sheriff i
I ascriptions! In this. manner denton said expense other than salaries/
all Juvenile court 15.J mill on the 1964 tax roll '. :; for Wednesday :
1 tit womrrI "ft sessions are open to the press ,Monday night, after hearing 1420. Sheriff Dyes discussed 7 '
1 ,_ pn and the other news media. his budget in detail with the j
I Hit band has become the only one complaint on the roll v 5yt Doll Show will be sponsoredby *
Iwrtinfrest In town" "All a Judge ask 1 II that the a* prepared and no complaints dewlston Recreation Department 'COMMANDER FRANK E. VELTKE Is congratulated by commissioners and it was. *c- .
t summer since group the U.S. Sug. newspaper u. discretion" on the proposed budget as advertised next Wednesday night Drary N. Dlxea. American Legion >th District Commander cepted as presented. The mill- rl 1
IF Corporation made them angmment Judge Rickey said during a dlsOusslon prior to the meeting: JUly 29 at the Youth Centerwpiritthe aa be auamea the duties of | to match double all about news coverage at The general fund budget was display will be open N*. M. Installation took place Tuesday' evening la 'n Joint fund. 1* three mill, the same) I'

j that band members earn.r the Florida County Judges Association adopted at $258,130 and the revenue ,.tq the'public from 7 to 9 p.m.t4V ceremony with the Auxiliary Volt Mr*. Elsie Futch. Unit levy as last year. y''
and Florida Council county has budgeted recelpt -
r have tackled several pro- 4 fund budget at $371,355 *' year some 150 people president .Is en vacation and was Installed In absentia. <
of Juvenile Court Judges, in A of $51,000 from racing \
N tach with approval and slight change in budget Items 'VitOidtee,\ show. .
Fort Lauderdale STAFF HIOTO. funds $56,200 from fines and ,
Friday ;
PflVUIoD of Bandmaster Jack night provided for paying the city 4 lolls may be registered at
As for use of names of the and Jim Dickson.. mil. pom. forfeitures: $8.000 from officials' e
Judge $100 month and the
It or another adult and theyi ; per the center from 9 t.m. fill noon -
defendants the Jurist said "If* Ninth district American legion mender excess fees; $3900 from 11- ..,
not only earned money, city attorney $150 per month. and from 1:30: till 4:30 p.m. on
.II t have earned a fine repuUoa up to the newspaper There is The 1964 tax roll shows valuations Jv ly 29 Anyone may enter their and Legion Auxiliary officials Department of Florida officers !- cense fees i- $5.000 from airport ',,'
: for dependability and good no law prohibiting newspaper of $9635,150 of which dolls in the exhibit and will Installed officers of the were John Feeney, chap receipt, $2500 from cemetery *. I
.. to use a defendant' name." $6.454,740 is subject to taxation receive a numbered stub as receipt Clewiston Post 93, and its Auxiliary lain.: Jack Adams, past commander lot sales; $107,800 from gasoline ,,
Homestead and other Unit, Tuesday evening at ; and Doc Spence past fuel and auto transfer taxes, k-
Concurring In exemptlons : In order that there will beD *
Lv Judge Rickey'sstatements I
'Toe boys and girl In the account for the difference. 4 mixup in ownership the Legion Home. vice commander. Other distinguished and $1,710 In funds earmarked
and Ire serious In their work; court was Browsed Juvenile The 15.8 mm levy It[ the *am"', V tolls! will be grouped under A covered dish supper was visitors were Lillian M:: for hospital aid to Indigent :
S. Davis
Judge Dorr
IK; do a food Job and try to who is President-elect of as the current,..,. the following divisions: enjoyed by the Legionnaires and Gregory, adjutant West Hollywood The balance of the monies need
w every customer their mon- Juvenile Court CouncIL the The special assessment roll fride Dolls, Rag Dolls Home- Auxiliary members and their ; L. A. Tanner, past area ed for the county operation will I 4
1'1w" said Scott this for street improvement project i bade.Dolls :Character Dolls husbands and wives prior to commander; James O Gregory come from levy on real and ?

wk, 1r174NY PENNINOTON Hendry County Judge Brow. No. 6 was accepted by the commission Tashlon Dolls, Talking Doll, the meeting past commander. West Hollywood personal property. k ,,
"... tally and N. Parsons, who 1 11 also following a public bean. relgn Doll, and Stuffed AnI New commander: of the American Billy Anderson national Items In the budget as published ":
lISt (train expect to earn three years won a trip to the Judge, of( the Juvenile Court Ing at which no owner appear I aL.q'bta Legion is Frank E. Veltre, executive committeeman and are self-explanatory, except
the New cubKriTtiM National 4-H citizenship short wai taking some of the workload ed or filed complaint oa theThe will be the third annual Hendry county service officer: Farris H. Davis, vice chairman for the Item called "Air- f f

Project W* bttveasMratsaHlfnetftothls,. ...course In WasUngtoQ, D.C., Augustl1 n of the .Judge' AfQpe in roll. ; .el'V..JIe.doll$ show sponsored. Mrs Elsie Futch Is I president of state community service comnfislon. port expense", This item! shows :
net' They Penny has just recently 'Glade 'county during the vacation work oSthW"proJeclwHl f > ''I\Jv Ah* department: J the Auxiliary Unit', ( I figure of 131.500,:whereas the ; !
(ulIaa. an Kay Owens, moved to dewlston but will period for County Judge 1 be started as soon as possible, Miss Judy Bembry: and MIdi pther Legion talent> ant: W. "* Kit District Auxiliary officer' anus!. iperxitture has been .'
C rolja Con Valerie\ Crefnt( still work with Palm Beach James C. Fountain and was unable and owners of property along. Joyce Jooe playground supervisors L. Brantley, lit vice commander attending were Helen Adam, and is expected to be' approximately II.| ''I I
Hesirt tot BOMB County 4-H Club. to attend the convention. the proposed Improvements will will be on hand to serve Roy; W. Edwards, second: president, Audrey Drexler sergeant ; 15.000.on.. figure shown I
W he ; mbUof them wU However. Judge Parson concurred I be notified of the special assew- refreshment, vice commander; David O. at arms; Jean Mahoney, contains the carry-over funds I I !
Uirnw hider The and Dues Penny was one of the four 4-H heartily In the statements I meats against their property to Ribbon will,, be awarded in Stockman adjutant; Ernest O. secretary: Jeannette Morgan( In the airport account, and Is so J 'I .;

11M'. ..... boys.. uRSI and__ girls__ Club.-' ......member..__..__ _..who... A was.__select-_' .L of the. official. .of the J finance the paving.Brosdfoot. recognition of each entry in the Miller chaplain; Abner H. chaplain and Ruth Tubbs. his listed to comply with auditing
Z u ""a.7..eu7; ", seven alga- state association Hearings in exhibit Vann, finance officer; Alter H. torlan; Blanche! Watti Americanism ( procedure. )
win b, double matcbt teen finalist They will represent the Juvenile court have been ... :-I... tilatartan m ITrftnlr-- W chair man, Elizabeth The county commission will .,
\ .ud/will tA Sugar and the more than one thousand open to the press, with the request tells Veltre, service officer and Moineau. rehabilitation chairMan. hold I meeting on Tuesday, August f
y project"mule $750 from club members in over 70 club that discretion be used In W A. Baker joins ,James A. Roger, sergeant at 4th, to bear complaints on j ,
in Palm Beach County. Other the handling of new stories. 'arms Florida Department Auxiliary the proposed budget, and to l'
|The Clcwitton News urges .il 1 named were Miss Jan Drake Judge Parson and Hendry Rotary of workA. Kelly Tractor; Other Auxiliary officers are officers were Stella Marks, radio adopt the budget for the fiscal! : -I
r nil of Oewlston to pur- of Lake Worth and Harold County Sheriff Earl Dye** be- Mr*. Lay Doke, vice president; and TV chairman Edith year beginning! October 1, 1864,
|w their new subscription Price. member of the Military, lieve that parental authority R. Broadfoot. area engineer -' Kelly Tractor Co. announce Mrs. Naomi Stockman secretary Hlehl, rehabilitation chairman.: ,
r the band members and| Trail 4-H Club and John Cas- needs to be tightened on today' US. Corpe of Engineer, the. appointment of William A. ; Mrs. Thelma Miller, treasurer Other visitor were Essie Brak- '
ft these youngsters with their{ tello of Lake Park. youth, "There arc many was the speaker at the Rotary, Baker a* promotion manager ; Mr. Hortense Vann chap ave, national executive committeewoman Births in Hendr ;t
"Mier work project The finalist were Judged on change facing the world today Club luncheon Monday describing '' ofiothe.Miami!< Clewiston and lain, Mrs. Ida Rogers sergeantat ; Shirley Rhatlcan. I \
part 4-H work projects and a which make it more necessary the organUatlon of''' the West. Palm., Beach branch of- arms and Mr; Merle Brant- president of the Fort Lauderdale General Hospital I
Ken speech on' the theme "What than ever that everyone,-adults Corp and Its work through tip .fi**.v v; "J ley, assistant sergeant at arms. Unit 222, Lois Tanner, past I
Walker 4-H has done for me-what I and youth alike-have complete Clewiston office. 1M Mr. Baker brings considerable Bth district officer attendingthe area president and department Mr. and Mrs. Armando Benevldes. : '
p can do for 4-H". respect for law enforcement The local office 1* under the j experience to tots new -po installation were Dniry N. sergeant at arms, and Laura I IOn, Carlo Jaqula. I
leaving Sometime these thing not of the Jacksonville albs He attended the University born July 18 eight four ,
Penny was chosen first on are Jurisdiction Dixon commander; Ray V. Baker past president of West ; pound ,j :
her speech In the girl divinlon.t easy, but w* must see that the district office, which 1* headed of Florida. and Florida Mahoney, Wm Barker and Bob Hollywood. and one-half ounce*. ;
!?*l ** *. Walker. who ha laws are enforced, if they are by a military man, a colonel In State University; majoring in Rhatlcan sergeants at arms, Mr. and Mr*. Robert Baas, a : '
JJ Cta" ton for sever bad law, then work toward the U.S. Army Corpe* of Engineers Management Sales Promotion Irene B. Stiller chaplain; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Sanders daughter Mary Beth, born July
and I was recently alKiwanis hearsBeardsley having them repealed. Parent and who ha* one military and Public Relation.. Mr Baker Mable McVean historian; Nile of St. Petersburg are guests of 19, eight pounds nine ounce
# Scholl Principal of C7ewls lees a* well a* youngster, are responsible aide All of other employee of was manager 'of Radio Station O. Hughes, finance officer. his mother, Mr. R C. Haven, Mr and Mrs. William Marshall -
txd t next term, has re- tour for their attitudes, and the district are civil service em- WOWY in Clewiston and George E. Morneau. service officer whom they accompanied! to Hollywood a daughter born Ju1y1t; t
moose.lo .accept a position In the proper attitude toward law ployees. There are only two WHEW in Riviera Beach. ; Tom Croft and Harry for a few days stay this- four pounds five ounce.. t
Member of the Klwanl Club enforcement will go a long way area office and both are In (Continued on Page 8> Watts, executive committeemen week.finewiag Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Sloan.ion I

Walker's realgnatioa greatly enjoyed the resume given toward keeping youngster out Qewlston said Broadfoot. ._. .. Christopher Lee, born July
Looted by the Hendry was by fellow member J. E. of trouble," they said. The fact that both area officesare 22, six pounds.Parents. 1 I
futile Instruction Hoard Beardsley of his European trip Sheriff Dyes has an established located in Clewiston and Indeed -
secrete,, has Thursday, at last Wednesday' meeting policy of keeping youngsters are In one building has led r
Seth Ma and not been The trip was more Interesting off the streets if the situation to some confusion on the part Y.
fates very active Mrs. Walwe to the Beardsley (Mr. Beards- seems to demand it "We'll of the public be pointed out. warned
church and parts Icy accompanied her hound on give them a chance to go home The area office, of which Broad-
lstoa, and community they life the six weeks' tour) and to the and if they do not we will detain foot is area engineer is charged 1
mlured, will b Klwanlans because Jaap Ridden them and ask their parents with maintaining the facilities about youths ;
an engineering student from to come for them. If the which under the: law -must be

The Hague, Netherlands served parents fall to respond, we will maintained and operated by the Sheriff Earl >>1.... Chief I
a. their companion and guide detain the youngsters until the corps. These Include the three W. A. Whaley and ether law I
lost on a portion of the trip. RIdder situation lass. been cleared" he locks, all levee on the lake enforcement officers Ilk t
bicycle spent several month In Clew aid. and all navigation channel in parents to keep sons and
the lake, and the water level in I
iston during the past season and daughters oft the street at ,
G Is known to many of the Klwanians. Teach children the three conservation area*. night Boleis they have legitimate I (
restored i your The territory from Tarpon badness there. I
Spring south to Naples must
A 'W byele traffic safety also channel all Its request for streets"Tenths "eraUlag the I
N II lie k.pp was "tor- Mr. and Mr. Beardsley made Department of Army permit often plane themselves
ftDer leaM / several tour on their own In In a provocative altnauen -
IIanarh for structure, or change
W: eIi-1IIt4 the use s. a Holland and France and per- WALK ON anything which i II on the navigable and sometimes findthemselves
at hi a sttoatloobeyond
tea tuaded
.Rldder to
N accompanythem in the -such
110 .... water area,-
... their
control said the-
lilt. on the first weeks of their
loll. bridges culverts. piling
Ketll a* x sheriff.
IIr\ tle dares a travel, sine he was awaiting' LEFT docks. etc:.. through the Clewla-
fa P'rked ... ,..... the date for his entry into mill- The law enforcement offleers .
Mlw! "'e ... day; she tarT service. He was with themon ton area of office.all the A Flood quarterly Control Inspection _t will atk such youths. .. I
,lor leftral days their ;. return to their home' *! if I 7
Il trip to Paris, to Berlin District canals and levees etc:
dais IL bqlllrl.Iii owner to and to Denmark u well a* on in the area 1* also made by the they fall to do ... the officers II
Ie the ,.. .a. Intensivetour 'of his own area ffflce personnel under t tBroadfoot' C uJ'E.: ] ; will detain them mntU I I.
their .
brew De country Holland. direction. parents em. forthem J
4 $ ted' John Stitt presided at the : If the parent do not !
lit ad In. tile com* for them they WIll
au- Mis* Ruth Knight and Jay C. meeting In the absence of Dr. continue I
lIoeIe to detain the
Ilia a Miner have returned to Washington L. O Vaughan, president youths.
)fr har And
D.C. after spending several
bts The law enforeenwat officers
liS. "
:1. II'8aJId to eIaba days here with Mr C. E. Mr*. James Younkman :'and art wetMralned and
lhMahe M4. -..;:,M I ft-* r and Mrs: Josephine FACING TRAFFIC. sons have returned from Lake have proper olpment and
h... u 1WghE'foilowlog< the death of
Tar the Ys. Placid where they enjoyed I facilities for malutatnlng ,
Wpbs C. E. Miner. week' with her parent, Mr and weekly Florida AUaatle University 'to "mew'approach''to'higher. r education with the law and order. and If parents f";i ;

y .daaoiflecl ael ...", Mrs. T Ji.Jones Sr. of Saraota. publishers was Dr. Donald Andrew. doctor are. J. H. Jesse. seen Eaten give the proper eoopsr +
1hsl! 1&1 smart M Mr. and Mr*. Loyd G. Kelly ,City of Clewiston and her brother-in-law and dean 'ef the Chemistry department Ila! white beet publisher left} Dlek News .u.. any prehlesM. arising r
Campbell. .
Chris Patrick and Mike Kelly.: lister.,Dr. .DdMrI. O. W. KerN AwelUea'dlstrtctmeottag) was speaker at tile FUrldr fre* each" H1rre1''trld, Jensen .In the area wilt lie oteUy J I
moved to their new home in Miami ,' nodle, children of Burl "isles director; sod E4 Me.. and ;
list "ftk- Dd. Police' Department 'ington. Friday evesJng., Dfawueng", a.fat Bee* ditty, {t.right.. Orb... Creaer Ctlphanl.e.Id..t sheriff.ejmetly solved said the 'I !
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MM Parker Wilson Jan Wll.son .- HOSPITAL NOTES Clark
.,. Two THE CLEWETON NEWS QewUton. Fla. u with her sister
Linda Walker West W Clewiston
Miss of Acuff
and Mrs, Lorene : are FatlerJs Dtachargedi
Thursday, July 23, 1864. Elbert Hooker. and family\ PaUena
mIIm'DEAR Palm Beach spent the weekend Mrs spending a two weeks' vacationat : *tnta.[
Annie Nail Eric Howdeshell. :
Fort Myers Beach.: Q
Thelma McManus, Richard: Mor- Bass MarthaMarnn,
THE CLEWISTON NEWS EDITOR: Mrs, Don Stiles and baby son tea, Isabel Kelly, R. E. Hare Benevides, Slo
Well the major Little leaguers Oklahoma. Sadie Kennlngton, Velma Bar Dorotb7
Dying to Ann ,
; are
Oewiaton Cypress Ih
Central ,
Thursday at 109 Avenue .
every didn't fare too well at the Allen
vacation visit with rela ber, Jimmy Cawee, Pete Over tie
Florida for a : 9
by The Oewistoa News Inc., a Florida Corporation. !Jl1erM
hands of Pabokee In the FlorIda
O. R Bush and
.. ton J, W. ,
A, IB t1v Cypress
t Entered as Second da. Matter February 1, 1(27 at th* Little Major League sub- and Marsal'ttJte
'f'Post Office in Clewlston Florida under the Act of Congress of district: tournament, but like

I 1 March S. 1879. they always say: "Maybe Next

: ORIQ{' NATIONAL IOITOHIAIpianriii Year I think!" Joining the Florida Little MEMO FROMTRAI.WAYS. e' HIA) t

r; I A i l(6TI)' Nr7t Major League Association
this year has been quite an advantage -
4 In that It fives the boys -
I, r a goal to shoot for and createsa 2cC4ec4/
0 1984 0 Subscription Rates $4. 00 per :year great deal of Interest and enthusiasm fr2c: 7dQ17 tUI
C )
,I )q'tON. (Return Pottage Guaranteed) from the followers of
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher the Little League games, and
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor from the parents of the players t 1'hru Trips to
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 that participate. Daily Mtd;
I -3-I
Advertising Rites on application.: The management reserves Many people think there is a
the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement!
.. great deal of pressure on these DALLASTpjpha88ee'l'
THlI NEWS .am.* no tha .
raaponalblllty far return tC us.eolkil.d
mtnuKrtpU, or photographa boys. But If they had been on :
TRIG NEWS ...um.. no financial raapoaalblllty for typo.graphioai the bus with the All-Stars after lf'W4-7
arrora or oommlulona In advartlaaratnt but It notlfl.d .
their defeat Pahokee Afti90sner'l
of such: rror. b.fora th. oust laaua of tha' p.p.r will reprint oor.raetlr .
that part of the adrartlnmant: In which tha arror occurred. had seen and beard all the fun '; Via

feaa la tha, tha scoot N....a will tlm.raduca alamant fits would prlca ponder of the tai adYartlaamant correction valua-by an the boys were having, singing.aboutiag .'.:', //jv.ti4 w- !
amount equal to the percentage of tha total apaee aa tha erron.aeua and hollering, they'dhave
or omitted copy> popr..ent.dRaising known the boys were having i PetersburgTampaSERVICE

an enjoyable time and they Bridge
would feel somewhat different SlIJIIblne SkyWay .
about it. I'm sure. : I '

Cane Now I'm also sure there will I rASTER,,,'.f1)ROVED SERVICE TO

: be two goals to go after next 1 YORK
year and the first of them will
BT BERYL BOWDEN be PAHOKEEt! Section. at B.Ue Glade
Woody Carruthers ; VU ( : 't

I f One of the rewards of a newspaper career is the opportunity

to take part In many wonderful experiences which
would not otherwise It's History Now ;
Such -
L come your way. an experience I "i1U ..4 tJ
.f '
i came to weekly editors of South Florida last week at Florida II

Atlantic University, Boca Raton. THIRTY TEAKS AGO \ '.

(From Clewiatoit News, 'fU .. T )
The occasion was the summer district meeting of the July 20, 134)) All Trailways thru routes are served by
newspaper folk,-always an Informal affair. Friday after units of Trailways modern, rest-room
The first Bank of Clewlston equipped bus fleets You'll appreciate the tliWW- ,
noon and evening were given over to FAU, and when the installed a time lock: on its careful, accurate trip information' provided : ; 1 /
day was over even the folks accustomed to handling wordsas vault,-the kind that locked itself by our trained information clerks and the
part of their dally routine found themselves grouping for and required 15 minutes courtesy: of our agents and bus operators. 1 .I Irr" ,, "
just the right words and phases to express their enthusiasm laps of time to reopen It at : ,
.Ii N''''
for this new institution which opens its doors in any time during the day ..:,

September. An 8-yard Marion dragline

Eight of the University was brought to the McWffllams: .. ', ,
professors met with the editors ,.
contract the Lake Okeecho- "
I in a symposium, explaining the new concept in education bee levee.on It was quite a sight, II, act t ; ,
which is being put into practice for the first,time at FAU., and many persons went to watch I nl 3-M. el,
All of,these professors are outstanding in their fields. They the monster at work. d i.:' ,
came from top positions at Johns Hopkins.University, the List of teachers: as announced :- J From Clewfcton 1-way '.. Closeout time, to the, thrifty

University of Illinois and many others.. What brought themto : George Stanley, principal: ; (ATLANTA .___ sle.se year-end shopper, means big
Florida Atlantic University was not the much publicized B. E.: Herring,. tart principal: ;I 1 The only Thru twice savings on brand-new 1964
Florida sunshine and beaches but the challenge presented Livonia Congdon, Gertrude Bal- I IT. PETERSBURG 85.60 models. If a new '64 Plymouth

in the University ,itself. 'asok Eva Mae Green' high I IIU NEW hour YOKE'taster': ...... via short route 03098 or Valiant Is your choice, see
school: ; Mae Drew,/V 11m 'J us for a top deal. Our pencils .c
1 the only Thru service
FAU will receive 1,500 to 2,000 students when it opens; Rhodes Mrs. W. C. Prewltt, Lucille (DALLAS _..,_ _, 035.80 are sharp and so are the new
s all will be upperclassmen, who will have successfully com- Hampton and one new I I n>ra service via. Montf ornery- M '64 Plymouths and Valiants. t =--
pleted two years of college. Their applications have been teacher, elementary teachers' ,Shreveport Shop early while the selection -

screened; a few applicants were rejectedBut The federal government allot- ''TRAILWAYS BUS STATION of models and colors Is best! 'AA

the boundless enthusiasm which these professors ted S3,700.000 for flood control: | N. Francisco Are. Phone TU 2-436.

displayed for their work and the 'of students work on Lake Okeechobee: and HURRY IN FOR
opportunity the Caloosahatchee: River pro A RED HOT DEAL AND SAVE!
and instructors at FAU,, was a pleasant thing to witness. jects. -JlllWAYS
They, themselves ,were new on campus, ; they are spending :
I the month or six weeks coordinating their courses and &ist;
orienting themselves to the new concept of learning.. All TWENTY TEARS AGO travel on earthJust BECK MOTORSHighway

'; students will be engaged in individual work and study projects (From dewbton New*. ,
and each will progress at his own speed. The Uni- July 21, 144) 4I
will be leader the field of I
versity a in sciences, particularly ,
biological: sciences, from,, the very'' beginning. The ,buildings The school: board decided: togo and San Benito Street, Clewuton Fit.

laboratories, learning centers library are all of, the ahead with plans to build building the. Guide If !
cafeteria and classroom
.; very finest in learning I in Clewlston because: the
The library,. {for example, is completely computer- conditions were so crowded..No
based,-the first such in the nation. All books will be.on critical: material was being LAWN-BOY

I shelves available to the students at all times; in each book used.Boy'Scouti.' New Amana Free.O Frost
held Court of!
will be its own IBM card each student ,will have an IBM a. ,
Honor, M. S. Wright
identification' card; when the student withdraws a book he Installing .. '
I'places both' cards'' In machine:' punches a button both 'and Scoutmasters.: Ed McGowtn: as assistant AU TOM OWER Freezer Ends Defrosting ForeverAmaru's

cards are 'automatically punched with the necessary information British cadet Michael: Kevin .
.. and additional cards are punched which feed back Hinds died from Injuries received
And Amana-mib'c Contact Freezing
into the machine and gives it the memory of who has the in a training accident: : at :0 exclusive Frost Magnet
r. book and when it is due. At various locations in the library ''Riddle Field. I provides stops frost before it starts. Packages' freezes food up to 2 J4 times faster than

.. there are computer-based "card- taloos" ,which:give; :, Information Mary Louise Lund and Char its won't stick, labels are easy to read, and other methods. flavor and nutrition
, on*any book in the library; if the book is not on lei B. Owens, Jr; were' married I 'there's no defrosting ever even don't have time to fade and are kept

I ihe shelves at the time, the computer can respond with the ,In Erie 'Penna.: 'I eliminates the need for emptying defrost -. I it the peak of goodness. Stop by our
date on which it Is due for return; if a book is not returnedon Sgt Robert LaFlowcr left lorI own push! water trays. showroom", soon ind see the new Amana
due date; the computer automatlcallyy malls to the person Salem; Ala, after a year at Riddle

who has the book a reminder,that the book,is overdue. Field. '
Pat Bailey visited her grandparents -
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest r
o The computer also'can answer Questions! for informa- Denilow, In Clermont.
tion'on a certain subject:i by listing the books available on Mr. and Mrs. R. A.. Dobbin ROLL CONTROL HANDLE

It l that subject in the library.;, announced: the birth of a daugh \\ _----
ter. Roberta Alexis at Buckingham /
7f The University has the newest equipment in learning Field. Fla.. t
aids; television closed circuit: audio-visual, and similar machines NO
and are used freely. There are carrels in '
processes TEN TEARS AGO aallarw.rd Putt back werd FROST : -
the buildings where students may sit in a small cdrcondi- 'a et.rf to stop
; tioned and soundproofed booth and use tapes, microfilmsand (From Clewbtoa News, otgwing moWin.AB EVER! l..1. 1 STOhNOlooolIf
many other Information and learning devices instantaneously July 22. MM

s'' c. .; there is no loss of time in researching any subject One of the first local "boata- L. Ncr ap I

t cades" was that of seven boatloads iTART
The buildings are pleasantly austere in their simplicity of dewlstonltes who \

t of design; all are completely alrconditloned and are connected cruised down the Caloosahat- tiAtINET'I toct tN
with very wide covered walkways. The campus is Ghee: River and return. There
on the western edge of Boca Raton and is large enough to were the Leslie Hansons the a

i remain uncrowded through; decades of growth. David Dyals, pCenneth Halls. a ll

But the finest thing FAU has to offer is its enthusiastic Billy\ Doanes and the Chuck ONLY -. } r.AAUNA .

faculty. It should be a tremendous asset to higher education Hall. J54.95\S\ .A ,
'The City was fighting mos Easy Acgnlc :
in Florida. quItoe.-usl1 mixture of 160
a (Less yen trade-a) .1' 1I
J''. gallons of S% DD.T. to 900 ENANEI r-

gallons of No. 2 burner oil for the features you've..wanted in a lawn mower I 1151111 I .-
each: straying by plane.
Without question the beat The Weetman family mad a SILF-HtOPfLLfD needs )u>t a guiding hand from you. pENOfAbifgTMNE
I vacation: trip to several Midwestern Engine. ..,ta whan you Map forward and rod Otis handl.ord; */ARaroE
state.Happy stops she you roll the handle backward...lust a roll of the wrist ouTIASIIET
fives Instant saf'*control at III Urnes,
I Apartment WOIILD'IAIIT$TAItTINQ... lu.t."the alerts knob
with your fingartlps-tha angina starts Instantly.No choke to adjust,
1 North of the highway BirthdaysJuly no crank to wind, no rope to fight

." 23-Judy sweeps grass dp. -
," Double corner with both streets paved.No July 24-Markm Behlau.; Betty expandable ping*,laavas and debris for Into big catcher bag as It mows. Bag has pOOti _
i opening nay dumping.

'j. expense for septic tank. Connect direst i' July Baker.25-Betty Stalls William 0 Ultra AIYr-IgA) -i
C. NaiL Jr.. Leland Rennolds, Camartafaraomannenal Mega:r <, fcwnlafS
I to new sewer. At under market Mrs. Calvin Swindle. Bruce awning a .Oils haedl...adjustable Mfot1

Waldron,. Lye Vaughn Vernellt Snap off pen 0 hY.table eamag
of Lindsay Catcher;snap oneonvartar ::::1: et
I. July -George. Beck: Bin and cupping plate a aww.al ganraad,If ha.vy. ..-4.graea far I I
Sikes. art diachargad ..tII..
$2,500.rr I ...
82nd onto tha la"i a c.atI_
(Happy Anniversary,
,rKl'i I.-'u.e
,," Doc and Jamy EzelM!)
I -
1 i

l E ; ,; J. E. .BEARDLEV$ July July 27'28--Marlyn Tl.h Ham.Blount\ Lois CORB1N
: ,; B1 unt, Ftoranc\ Hays Von-
.tr"bUs l' i -. REGlSTEi : REAL ESTATE BROKER ,Hi* Bailey, Mis. R. W. Crouch GLADES GAS CO..
I July 29-1belma FuUord, James, Sugarland Hwy ClewutonV.V.V.V.V.V.W.V
h E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph: YU,2.7501P Woodward Michael,' oung.
.. --..-- July >>-.1. E. Baker J. Ray
Jones, Jo Sexton. Dan McCarthyt.

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al competition In Yugoslavia Saturday at Pahokee Paho that starts at S o'clock. Sports 1N10WS Pace' -
have jumped next summer !see won by a score of.'-2. Clew- fans will find plenty to cheer by __ Thursday, .Jul1 23,
3 There are two events in iston outhlt Pahokee in the first attending this game.
"sport parachuting," w h t c Ja 1] game 7-4 but contributed S errors this Friday. Teach your child to save him
L| this to Pahok .which The game will be a return of Your child's successjn' learning self.
I Glades year Poppenhager Mild Is a better "; cause!
at Air term than "sky diving," style led to the defeat. Skipper Hall last night's each game other the two in teams Belle to swim can depend on you

' Jumping and accuracy: Jump- Jed the All-Stars at the plate facing PLAYGROUND NEWS ,
Ing. In style) Jumping the contestant collecting two hits Allen Carl- Glade Wednesday evening .. .
Clewiston has bet only one Sugarland Pharmacj Last 'weeks Tetherbail Tournament :
is released at 7200 feet Jon William Navarro. Don Morrow t
and must open his chute between Lee Davis and Jim For game this ;year, two weeks ago \ was postponed because "j; I

twenty-five\ and thirty. shee collected a bit each for the margin Fort Myers of one squeaked run to hand in on the a PIZZA, of rain_ and will be held Friday !
seconds after Stars
leaving the plane.In
Sugar Boys their first defeat. YU 23311Most morning July 24, at 10:00 I I
accuracy; Jumping the contestant :
o'clock, at the playground. ''
is released from 3300 Pahckea '"_ .. OS 023 0-10 : I
feet and must Us chute
open Clewlston
10 001 02> Swim lessonsfor
within ten seconds 'In the return engagement at ,"
Peter Wenk of Clewlston, who Cltwlston 'M
Monday night Paho
was drafted last summer, will tee Al is refined
again triumphed 102. ;
represent the United States Viera pitched: and batted his small fry into I'
Armed Forces, Europe, In IDot.ernatlonal team to victory and the Sub- :
competition In Germany District Title. Lee Tucker hita Registration for the third
in August as a result of swimming session will be held
K two-run homer for Pahokee
his winning first place in the in the fourth Inning and Bill Friday afternoon from 1:30 to :raw sugar I IruF.
Second,Annual European Military Stacy collected two hits for the 5:30.: Classes for the session k i iK
; Sports Parachute Council Winners. The Clewlston Ail-Stars will start Tuesday, July 29th; \ ., !
Competition in May. Wenk Is pulled the defensive gem of the all children who are at least ,rarOWnFlORIOA

another partner" with Poppen evening as they made a beautiful five year of age may register. .'
PAUl POPPENHAGg pre. hager in South 'Florida Parachute double play in the top of the .
ayya a o Went The American National Red ,
of South Florida Para.. Inc. first Inning
chute, !Do. !II a veteran of some Air Glades airport' Is at the Cross offers a course "Teach !
1,400 Jumps, and 1 U one of the end of a road that goes' south tag Johnny to Swim" for those
bert- .aiUried stems parachute, from Route 27 five-and-a-half Softball under the age of five yearsThe
instraetors In (he ...u.. He kai miles west of dewlston's city game child must be accompanied In- ,
lived la Air Glades, Clewktoo, limits. It Is still often called to the pool by the parent of that I.i .
for the mat two pear "Riddle Field" because the here child. The Red Cross Instructor I
Riddle company trained British Saturday l Informs the parent. :'what the t
: m1 Jump ,in Clewlston. aviation cadets there during child should be taught and the
World War IL Clewlsion's! victorious Softball parent then teaches the :child.
Anyone may jump who has team will play on the local field This course will be offered the
proof he has Jumped before. Beginner Saturday night facing a strong latter part of August If enough

take a four-hour course Little Leagu j : Belle, Glade team In 'a game parents register their children: s
and a written test. ,They make ..", i
their first jump the same day.If : "r \ .",,' '"

Poppenhager weather permits.: has never been box scores ,, ', I' ,r' More People Ride on Goodyear :; '

injured more than 1400 jumps. '' ,, ,
His highest jump was from 23,- By, ERNIE lULL I .
000 feet Lions ,,_:-,.,.,.. 12 100 6-4: !'C
There have been a few broken S.M.U. ___ 21 132 x-9 .
lets and ankles at Air SMU. surprised, the Lions Tires. Than Any Other Kind!

Glades, be said, but not many 1 last Wednesday night by a score .
"I' ti In proportion to the number of of M. Keith Carter was in complete .

sews f.. I umPL _command _as?he pitched
rETIa GRAVES, left receives Ua trophy fer style Poppenhager placed first In his team to victory. The Lion

julpm trim BUI OWe,. Jadge at Ike reeeat Southeastern role jumping and second inoverall only managed two hits off th
performance at the little righthander and the*
Isiirts rarachntlste championship eorapetition at dewUUa.
Southeastern Regional championship came in the first Inning off th<
not* oy vana IKHM.W J
meet at Air Glades re, bats 'of Jerry Holoubek an<
Dullness is booming at Air terM on* ot eight or nine tucbjenters gently competing! against thirty fanny Sutton.-,Louis'DeArma .s
des, Paul Poppenhager, In :- country and the; other contestants. His partner, and Lee Davis'' led &MU. a
silent of( South Florida Par only one the South. Though; Peter Graves, placed second In the plate, etch collecting a hit
hute Inc, said this week. a email center. South Florida Style jumping. and each knocking two runt,
n previous years be bat tak- has more business than most The two Oewlston men will .- ,
up 11 many as 3,500 par- because: of its facilities; 'good represent I the Southeast at the Rotarr# _,,_,.. IS 741 4-3! u'e' ;
hututi. He has already''' our location, and generally favorj/ national competltbsAugust 29 Elks' ...a-...... 1 000''0- 1 :

iti that figure for toll year able weather. through September 6, at, Lake Rotary; ,turned the Elks by i ,
1 this ti only July, with five Although Clewlston People -j Geneva, WI.con.ln'or? at' Salt score of 27-1 behind the pitchIng
i a half months\ of the year Jimmy Pitmen and Chuck Well Lake City Utah. The meet probably 'of Cecil Keen and the ''bit
:to go. He expects to super among them-have made a few! will be televised. There bats of Skipper Hall, William _
t more than (,000 jumps be- jumps, most of Poppenhager'a Will be 126 competitors, eight Navarro and Keen. Keen coir"

I the year ends. customers are from the East men and one) woman from each lected'three' hits and knocked ,
iouth Florida Parachute was Coast from Miami to West Palm\ Of fourteen regions. A U.S. teamof In five'runs7 William Navarri i -: ;

dub until. two years iago ( BeachIn'. : winter. Northerner eight will be chosen from bad a perfect night at the plat ... :
it Is a 'commercial'cen-' finding h' too cold at home!; them to.compete_In internatlon- collecting 4 for 4 which')include I'i "
ed two homeruns and A 'triple! ,
driving in 9 big runs., The Elk _, ;'f
'' "scored their only run- In" the r.". "
lewiston Church first Inning from a base hit by a'
'Directory Little Ricky Baker and a base END-OF-MONTH SALE. .: ; : .

hit by Al Sanford with two out j :
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N. Franclsoe Street T Kejrsl Palm A...... 102 E. Ventura Avenue'Rev.Bob' Lions _..__ 11 100 1- 5 .. :-
1 } Goodrich. Minister -- Henry E'Ford; Minister L.Christie V.F.W. >..??.. 07 on *-u ;

N im.-Blble School. ':00 a.m.-Morning Worship 8.45: .nu-Sunday SchooL The Lion tost their second Tire Sale No. 1 4 .
N m.-Communlon and 10:00 a.m--Sunday School 11:00: a.rn. Morning Service. game within a week as V.F.W. Tire Sale No. 2 ;

Worship Service.p.nxCommunloa ., 1:00 p.nv Westminster Fellow. (:45 p.m.-Training Union.S defeated them by a score of 12- J ::1" Ii
N and ship. :00 p.tn.-Evening Servloe. 5 and gave Jerry Holoubek Us t 3-T RAYON CUSTOM SUPEH-CUSfflON 3.T NYLON SAFETY ALL-WEATHER TTPar : '; ;; ?
first defeat of the ceases Ken
Worship Service. Wednesday; Wednesday: Fields and Dan Nelson did the Get Pay Get Pay Get Pay Gel f r :
xirl I
T: 7:30 .
Practice. 7:00
p.m.-choIr p m.-Officers and Teachers ,Goodyear Sod lheGeedya2nd Tin '
I pa-Bible Study. Meeting pitching chores for V.F.W. Ken !Price for Price for Goodyear Sod Tire Geodyear Sand Tlrrj Y ,
Fields had two nits and knock. Price at Price at i 4 "
FnIT METHODIST CHURCH I 00 Midweek for M for Vt f
: m. Prayer
p for 41 for et
,7TTNTECOSTALSOLINESS ed In a run but Don Morrow MZE lit Tire Price lit Tires Price % % ,1 1
131 W. Oseeela Avenue Service '
KT7.K Id Tire Oft Ut Tire Off "
bat for V.F.W.
the big as
was '
CHURCH Rev David Denslow, Pastor t 45 Choir Practice r !
: p m.- I
double and triple TUBELESS .
he collected
talk C7ewhieeRev. ,
1:43 a.m.-Church, School. BLACK WiuTE'TUBELEsS '
J. and knocked In 4 runs. Bill BLACK WHITE 'J
R Taylor, Pastor 11:00 .
a.m.-Morning Service. Eden managed to get the only .
III .-Sunday School. 7:00 p.nx-Methodist Youth ST. MAKTCTS CHURCH hit for the Lions, a single In : 520.13 $22.80 11.40 $26.80. 13.40 issa13
N i.m.- Worship FellowshipCHURCH 520-13, 18.75 ,11.25 22.30 13,38
(EpbMpal the fourth Inning. ,22.95 1l.47 28.95 13.47 .
IS p.m.-Sunday Evan jellstic m N.Teems ;' 600'13 18.9S 11.37 22.45 lU '1
600.13' 23.05 11.52 27.10 13.55
fcnrlc OF CHKIST3N
"T: : South CMlral Aveaae Rev. dark H. Donnan Vicar 8.M.U. ._ S 201 4-10 te SHALLTRUCKS L ISO-I3' 24.55, 12.27 28.85 lU2 65013 20.20 ,12.12 23.70 1w :; g
I Cpm.-Prayer Service. J. J, Sullivan. Minister Sunday Services! : Am. Legion 0 000 0- 0 700-14' 22,45 13.C7' 128.00 .i' 4l.u
700.13 28.00 13.00
d7: : 7:30 aJBv Early Eucharist &MU. detested the Am. Legion 31.10 IUS '75414 22.80 13.18 15.1' ;
6 pm-Youth Service. Sunday 10:30 ..m.-Family Service and 10-0 ;behind the one-hit 60024030 I2.1S 28.55 IU7 28.35
10:00 11:00 a.m.-BIbIe SchooL Church School. pitching of Jim Forshee. For- ISO-14, 28.10 13.0S 30.5 15.32 800.14' 28.15 '15.69', 29.70 17.82 .'
WMBSIDE a.m.-Worship. Saints and Holy Days as announced. shee also aided Us cause witha 850-le' 28.85 17.19':, 32.20 lUt '+
MISSIONAKT 7:00 p.m.-Worshlp. three-run homer In the first 700-14 27.05 13.52 31.80 15.90

ht Camay. CHVKCHn. Wednesday) Confessions by appointment Inning.. Lee.Da vis also doubled 750-14 28.15 14,32, 3US 11.12 5.S-1S 17.80 10.68, US IUt G ":' i ,

Francisco Street"Btr. p.mv-Uldweek' devotions for the victors. Greg'Miller 60414 31.35 15.67 38.8S 18.42 S8Q.1S IUS ,11.17 2US 1c.07: ,
Julian Pope and Bible. Study, managed the only Ut off For BOQ.IS 21.oS 12.13 24.80 lU8, .M re 1' '
IS $1495 85414 3U5 17.22 4O.S0 2G.25
mi-Sunday School. Ingle! In the first Inning
,shoe; a
BAPTIST CHURCH 150-1S 22.45 15.80\\
N TU-nc1: 28.00
Lm.-MOrnlll' Worship, as Jim pitched hitless ball 90414 39.05 :11.52 45.05 22.52
a p.m.-BTC. the rest of the way. TIn) 950-14 .8.85 23.32 170-15 22.80 13.18 28.35 15.81"Reclppabl. i
* APOSTOLIC FAITHSe Rev. Hob Blgdon Pastor' -
' P.m.-Evenlng Worship. th Ctewkttosi. .45 nu-Sunday School.: 5.S-1S 2US 10.72 25.2O 2.BO 710.1s 28.15 IU9 29.70 u.$2 ;
* nL-Prayer _,Bra Luther Dlxon. Pastor 11:00: .mv-Worship Service NEXT SCIUDVI.EFriday 5SO-IS 25.30 Is.6s' ,29.7s' 14.87 7SO-15 28.15 17,19 32.20 16.32 1 ,
Service. ,! July 24 "
:;, 62413 \ '
10:00 iJnJ-Sunday School 7.00 >pjnBaptlst Training 32.00' 19.20
35.55 21..811 ,i
i' 11:00 a.mPreaching.Tuesday Union. ,'" Legion vat 100-1S 25.61 12.82 30.1S 15.07 t :'I
CHntCH ,
OP CODa : 1.00 p.nu-Worship Service.Tuesday vs. Rotary 150-1S 27.05 13.52 31.80 15.90 'J
Paclfle Avenue Monday. July 27 TUBE-TYPE ::1. I
Re,. Sot Coleman 7:30 p.mPrayer; Meeting. : Legion vs. Lions.. .70-1S '2US 14,32 33.85 11.12 "'
N .-Bunday Friday: 1.00: p.nu-Brotherhood.. VF.W. va. Elks / 710.1S1' 31.35 t5.17 38.85 11.42 670-15; ,19.15 $11.49 $2X65 13.59
11 LDl.-Mornin,School 7:30 p.m.. .-Young People's. Wednesday: Wednesday July 29 -_._ 780-1S 3US 17.22 40.50 20.25 710-15 2440' 1444 2745 16.77' :
9ervfce. of
: 7:30: p.m.-Hour Prayer. "
.I Meeting.HH1AVEN Legion '
Rotary va.
--T Am.-Ixening: Warship .-. ,Thursday' : 8.MU.TS.; V.F.W. -" 80 1S'3US 19.52 45.05 22.52 760-15 2845 1349 30.20 Lls'' ;.iJ,

, lhm.-Prayer Service BAPTIST CHURCH 1.00: p.m.-Choir Practice 81S-1S 31.35 1.7 38.a5 II.42 820-15 9. 3240 ;, ;.

' __ Highway 72* Bowlingnews 820-15 39.70 19.85 46.65' 23.32 600-16 19.05 11.43 2X60 1348 ,7';"

1S >m-Young People's n.., Rev Tie Turner, Pastor CLEWBTOX' ASSEMBLY OF' : 11S-15 48.85 23.32 650-18 28.15 1549 .. .

fcavor.tchtower. 1:45 a.m.-8uDda SchooL GOD t 650-16 '31.90 Plus Tax 1
I JUS & old Tire
11:00' Worship. Franclsee Street J' ,. ,
a.m-Morning 215 SOuth ;, i
a&oyAl'B WyINFBg>m <:U p.m-Training Union.! James F. Klmbrel Pastor 'Plus Tax a old Tire .
S+n-117 W. JI: Paso 1:00 p.m.-Evening.Warship! Sunday: THE HI-MILER r j jFGJ4RIINCNMD
khors 'Wednesday: _, 10:00 a.nx-Sunday School. Summerette ; i I

=6z: Btadr.Bib1e 1.00 p.nv Prayer Meeting. 11:00: a.nL-Morning Worship. Team Standing R-C "
a.m.-QJdren'a] Church. All Weather 1 \
SCud,. 1:00 '- 11:00: Service Hot Shots _......,,._ 10 I 42"No
: PolL 7:30: p nL-Evangelistic: '
raa&y M1nI.tr,. Goof Its ...,, ?., _. ? 10Toplett '
ScboaI:: f:1O CHURCH or JESUS CHKISTBeekerPebt Wednesday: 10' COMMERCIAL use .
kilos IIeetmc 7:45: p.m.- chrfaea Ambassadors. The Pin Ups 8 1Twbtere Trade-in lit Tire 2nd Fed. Tax No Trade-In'' lat Tire
1:30 2nd Fed. Tad
P.lD, Paul Strickland, Pastor tXAntq tin trie*
6 10 Size Price
---,, __ Tire Each Tire Size PrIce Tire Each Tire,
1t1Uao.u' 10:00 ajJU-Eunday, School. Thursday: Whiz Kids _..-...-.. .4 12 : ;
Pia A.CIItr D 11:00 ajnMornlng Worship 7:30: p.nv-Prayer and Bible RIP Game Scratch! 1"c1 w.a TUBELESS BLACKWALL TUBE TYPE BLACKWAUJ
t a>4.g Bwner'N ...Wednesday: Study. Thaine Richardson ,-.. 48 I ; 1'
' p Mug 7:00 p.-Prayer Meettag. Jean Vann ._..-...,... 436 V 8-TNjlancorf. 750-14$15.95$7.95' $1.91610..15- '
'r First WeeklSI1J1ua Saturday 4:1 anus al Rangers for Polly McLendon _... 450 $11.95 $7.95$1.56. ,, I'I t
IIaaa. 7:00 p.m*-Youth Meeting. Boys. inch Settee. Scratch I VPgsiyoc1iau1 i 670.15 15.95 7.95 1.92 600.16 10.55 '7.95 1.59

Thaine Richardson ,,....,,_.. 113 i,, 'I
, Wilma Bualck: 171 : \W.'v9SGtt WHITEWALLS ONLY I
hia MORE
\ ;i $ PER TIRE
170 !
eldy Church Deane BullfaatPahokee 1In
Feature la I Sponsored By The Following: your tlztl'BILL;
.' Plus Tax and Old TireNORMAN'S -
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County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's_ Inc.Complete beats W

iviotorsfactor DepertaMat ....

v\_. :Clewiaton,Federal ,Clewisf( stars. 1 t GOODYEAR ;
Co. Giddens Furniture t
I\cae s.tsol' SAvnras LOAN AST* Oewurton 00 020 0-4 ; ,

,:Pahokee .... U 022 *-1Oewtitoo .
Pridgen Cities I d Store a;) .Royal** Inc. dropped two straight' J JI a Bond Street Oewist i II FIa. l hone YU 2-6091 ''J.3J500'chutists .

Service_ ,1"J Jar Ju1.: a A. I'in iaa.the.Sufi-District to. fee Fatoke Playoftt* AOJtais 8aV> il l i j

Tto OUdeM War"
rurday.and may", _

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Four THE In Dayton specializing In surgery this law, service personnel
CLEWISTON NEWS Qcwiston,. Fla member Clewlston. America'sSweetest Newspapers
Thursday July 23 1964 Town. Added to their County commission holds at Good Samaritan Hos whose orders were cancelled or TWveyors" of ere more I
modified while
pita!. they were on news
trophies were "corsa, of Dixie hate a ; IbtJ
Mrs Powers is the former leave or en route to a new station hand> III
Miss Universe contestants charm the Crystal local Sugar Chamber presented of Com by busy July session WednesdayThe Joann Pitzeo. daughter of Mr may be reimbursed. dillin who It out of awn 1
merce. and Mrs G, N. Pitzen of Clew- Formerly a member was entitled reanews 4q ,.
laton. only to travel reimbursement story."Sugarland.

photographers autograph seekers board of county commissioners The board noted with a periodof The Powers lamiiy has. visited from his old duty stationto
let dates
I HLHaven for some -
W.M.U. -
> the new station --.
silence the deaths of two relative here since returning even though..
I _. __ future meeting at their July
'/' official which have occurred from Dayton earlier this he may have traveled hundredsof
fifteen Miss Universe contestants felon for each was a queen in The Woman' Missionary Union meeting Wednesday of last county; mile in the Phanna
l alternately smiled signed her own right Miss Florida was of the Hi-Haven .;JBaptlst week. The special meeting at since the and last voted regular resolutions month. unaware of a change.wrong direction-' I I 11(1/)( /,
autographs posed for photographer in demand for Church held 7.30; on Monday July meeting
j greatly photographs the regular monthly 20th was Dixon said the period covered PIZZA
*, and sipped refreshing hore. She was Miss Candy meeting Monday evening at let for the budget meeting; expressing recognitionand Connor pickedat extend from Oct. 1, 1949
r of the fine service to
I I drinks at Old South Dar-BQ Davenport of Miami. the Church with Mr. C. W. when a public hearing was appreciation
I ', :Ranch during an hour' top In Mann president, presiding. held; the budget approved and rendered the county; by Dec. 23. 1963 date of the legis YU
Clewlston Tuesday afternoon en- Foreign beauties were Miss millage act. The regular August the late Carlos H. Dickey county Senate caucus lation. Dixon is calling this to 2.3311Wl
I route to Miami for the Miss Daniele Defrer. of Brussels Devotions were given by Mrs. meeting date attorney and Charles E. Miner the attention of all former mem-
j' was set as
I j Universe Contest. representing Belgium Miss Sir- W. R. Broadrlck and Mrs. Henry August 4. and the Septemberdate state representative and James E. (Nick) Connor of hers of the armed force because

The bright Florida aim 'obligingly pa Wallenlus, of Tanpere Finland Storey. Reports were presented a* September 3rd. At the expressing sympathy to their Brooksvllle a veteran of thelelslaturi there 1 Is a deadline for
\;" dodged behind a rift\ of Miss Marine Kettler of by Mrs. W. J. Jackson, September meeting bids on families, copies of the resolutions and a "pork-chop filing for reimbursement of Dec
Berlin Germany; Miss Maurlne Mrs. H. V. Turner and Mrs. workman' are to be delivered to Mrs. per" won unanimous election 22. 1964. '
a cumulus to the compensation Insurance
give contestants
,a and the perspiring photographers Leckie Belfast Ireland: Miss Henry Storey. Mrs. Sam Rich will be opened. Dickey and Mrs. Miner. a* president of the 1965 Florida Dixon suggests. that if you
Maria Jose tills Madrid Spain had charge of the and Senate at a caucus of member have a claim details and assistance .
bit of .n1Ief-n.e-: program TIn'fI'
I AU member of
the board Fr;.
Miss Claudine Younes, Tunis.TunI.la held Friday in Crystal River can be obtained July
t' ; L girls posed with the mayor of the topic was "Religious Liber W. B. Barron who 1* on Dr. John Powers : from "WILD WObEgyHgTONY :
Clewlston ; Miss Mary; Lou Far- Sehator Verle Pope of St. Augustine the finance office or personnel
'f T. H. Jones Jr.. who vacation
ty" were present last
I' rep, of Newfoundland Canada was chosen president office any military Installation. :
; obviously found his role a pleasant ****. *.. CURTIS
I Miss Bobbi Johnson Alexan > moves to Stuart Ed Fraser former Its
one and with Billy Osceolaof Others present at the meeting Resolutions pro tempore. a wonderfu1l1
were adopted :
dria. Va. Districtof opposing 1:00UcII
senator was reelected! secretary
Dada, president of the Se- Columbia Miss Connie Ed- were: Mrs. Harry; Preston, the use of state retfrea-! Friends of Dr. John Frederick
and Adklson
i'! mlnole Tribal Council and titular Mrs. Floyd Royal, Mrs. Pat tion fund for the purchase of Leroy was
W fdi Lewiston, Maine Miss Powers will be interested to -
if h head of all Ififiianf In Florida ; land re-elected sergeant-at-arm Sal, ju'y'
:: the St.
John' Naviga- 2S
Freda Belts, Bennington' Ver Drake and Mrs. W. R. Baxter. learn that he 1 Ia establishing his DOUBLE
and Miss Prlscllla
'. pretty mont, Miss Beverly Herbert, tion District, as proposed for practice in Stuart, where he is FEATt1l!
Doctor: as beauty queen of the New use for right of way for' 'the associated with Dr. John M. "SU\IE: PEOPLrPI.
;I Seminoles. Chief Osceola In ; Vets Info Service
; Miss Pat Powell New Haven Wilbur King cross-state barge canal. 'i. Cunsolus. Dr. and Mrs. Powers ..
M.I. full regalia with colorful beaded
Connecticut, Miss Helen Roberts board approved a N supplemental and their sons, recently returned .. IIA.'D'
1:1: belts and and ceremonial
feathered ties bonnet. Miss Doctor: Boston, Massachusetts; dies in wreck road and bridge budget to Florida from Dayton, Ohio By FRANK E. VELTRE Prepare yourself for stress''
Miss Carol Tantlmonoco Providence to permit transfer from another where they spent two years. County Service Officer
wore the traditional Seminole Rhode Island. Wilbur C. King 73, public fund for road and bridgework LOCAL
dress and presented each visiting utilities commissioner for five Dr. Power Is the son of the "Doe the army ewe yon travel Sun M"DISTA Jul --
q ,
; queen with a small souvenir Old South Bar-B-Q Ranch and successive four year terms, was It also approved: late Mr. and Mrs E. F Pow- pay?" 1jr TltJlrEr'21. 2f
Seminole doll. Sugarland Pharmacy Jointly killed in a two car collision on The contract with Sam;, Stephen ers of Clewlston and brother of Melvin T. Dixon director of STORES
; r A half-dozen professional photographer sponsored a contest for amateur US 19 near Dunnellon Friday. for liability !insurance on Miss Patricia Powers, Clewls the Florida Department of Veterans TROY DONAHUI:
1 kept the beauties photographers and will awarda the low bid received at a previous ton, and Timer Powers now of Affairs, announced today New Screen *****
: I: busy at Old South posing them weekend for two to Miami King was senator from the meeting; Indlantown. He graduated from that active duty and former echoes< cross plaiDs*
j! in the colorful settings of the Beach a* first prize; two dinners 28th district of Florida duringthe The bond of Carl E. Hornsby the Clewlston High School and members of the armed forces
Old West, while the amateur at Old South for second 1945 session but 1* best a* superintendent of public instruction from the University of Florida will benefit from a new law --,I
i. photographer who were snapping prize and a .gift certificate at known through his public utilities of Hendry; county; where he took his pre-med which opens the way for filing
I their shutters in hope of Sugarland Pharmacy* third board service. He Instituted The error and insolvency) list training. He received his degree travel claims.
f winning one of the prize offer prize. a long-range program which for the 1963 tax roll a* submitted In medicine at the University Public law 88-238 is the basis '
f'ed in a photo contest swarmed resulted in placing more than by A..O. Ward tax: collector of Miami. He Interned at for authority to pay claims for x : "Lipstick.
1 around the beauties on all sides. The girl were enthusiasticover 300,000 telephones in rural ; St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm travel performed on a previous
t I The judges In Miami will be the friendly warm reception areas of the state and was called The extension of the'' Felda Beach and spent the two years change of station order. Under
1 hard pressed to choose between given them In dewlston the "Daddy; of the rural telephone marl pit agreement with Alico
f I e the lovelies who were In Clew- and said they will always re system in Florida." Incr . -.*,*.:. On MyCollar

1 ''vThe. adoption ,of insulatloasfor .

,, I: J monument In the monumental Let "i"
us :
area of Ridgelawn cemetery ?"
.("I!" at Qewlstoo
; : ,,
K. ,
; The tax assessment presented AIR' CONDITIONyour
<. e by Rltta, Clewiston., Sugar-
t 'Jt Report of Condition of land Diston Island; South Florida My, My
: ,
':f r Conservancy and i Central
.. r'< and Southern Florida '"Ffcod' car
.' ,.4. "First Bank of f Clewiston"I .I:j, : Control district >1 '* '' 'J sThe < suchcarelessness
1 board receiveJsJ
rtkjWst with
.... : installation
for welfare from 'the Tfcndry/ $26995Easy !
t... f Health Department and 'held budget plan
of Clewiston in the State of Florida i : *'
,' general discussion of the inount- One Day installation Careless handling of Insurance can be disastrous too,
,. trouble .trIkea.
I log cost of welfare. It received
h .
: i at the close of business on June 30, 1964 !( a letter District from regarding, Flaghold Drainage drainage Insurance Regular checking plan. with us will avoid all guesswork la 101

I ,. r .' and referred it to the two Beck Motors Come In! This service if fredCBeardsleyNash !
(I'' I" 1
N '! lessees in property; involved
r ASSETS 'f : Leon Bembry; and Frank Pol-
Phone YU 3.1301 ClewUton Insurance Agency

Cash, balances with other banks and cash items hill.The board heard a letter from Telephone TO MSM

in process of collection T;......,................................... $ 507,849.77 State Board of Conservation Sugarland] Highway Clew
i 'United States Government obligations direct and stating it has no intention of tOll

I i I 'I guaranteed .................................................................. 3,283,26502 seeking a navigation district Involving
rk Obligations of States and political subdivisions ..... 394283.78 Hendry; county of n Civil acknowledged -
receipt a
4 Loans and discounts ( None
Including $ overdrafts) 2,089,672.84 Defense bulleting regarding fcurrlcane .
; Bank premises owned $67,361.11 furniture and fiz-1 .. _.on. "

I lures $17,077.48 ......_.........................................._.......| 84. 38.59 The board received a request
I' +l..t (Bank premises owned are subject to $ None t. from FCD for a quitclaim deedto

.:' liens not assumed by bank) some very; small parcel of

Other assets ..H... .."..................H.................................. 10,005.91 land along' the Cakmsahatchee
I. : .'1 .. River and voiced no objectionto

r TOTAL. ASSETS ..._..._...............................:'...: ....::... .w .- "' 6369515.91, decided giving to these remind documents FCD that but the

; vt board has requested a similar

\" LIABILITIESDemand the quitclaim Germain from E.FCD Martin to clear prop.up M E R C U R Y YOU GET CASH BACK IF YOUR TRADE IS WORTH MORE THAN


i deposits of individuals, partnerships, and., .' The of board agreed to the request

N corporations .........._._..H..H..H.......... .........- 3449836.42 by property Bernard; owners.Rasmussen presented
,1' ,' Time and savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships for abandonment of short r1

;' and corporations ............................................ 872,853.11 of the old S T2 A county; goad
J r Deposits of United States Government (Including no longer used for road purr

.f postal savings) ......................................................... 264697.46 poses, upon proper presentationof
,.' Deposits of States and political subdivisions ........ 1060535.19 the legal paper 'cusa '

Deposits of banks ..............._...._..H........_............. None $ "

Certified and officers' checks etc. ............................ 10724.79 Locktender dwelling -

I TOTAL DEPOSITS ..................................... .................1,658,646.97
!4, ((0)) Total demand deposits ,....:.._.........._........_.....$4,657,977.71 contract awarded
,'I# 1 (b I ) Total time and savings! deposits ....................1000669.26 JACKSONVILLE The US.
Army Engineers have
';'<1;< Other liabilities ......_._.?.._.........................................H 153868.94 the award of a $39,555 announced contractfor .

construction of a lockten-
m, TOTAL LIABILITIES _..H..H._............... 5812515.91 der't dwelling at the new navigation SEE
i lock on the Calooiahat- YOUR MERCURY
the River at Olga. MAN

:: The contract war awarded to
f'' 'I I .,. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Marvin Johnson of Miami lowest *

t t Capital: (a) Common stock total par value' ...?...$ 150000.00 and of special three utilities bidders.will The be house located Hendry

\ (I b) Preferred stock, total par value ........ None about 10 mile upstream County Motors Inc.

total rettrable value $ None __........... 150000.00 from Fort Myer; The contract
t (d) Capital notes and debentures $ None 275,000.00 require completion of the ,

Surplus .......................................................................... house and utilities within 150 Sugarland Highway

Undivided profits .._..............-....-_. : 132,000.00 calendar days. Clewiston, Fla.
Reserves (and retirement account for preferred '

i : capital) H..H..................................._.........._...;.. None
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _...._..._..:.:......:.. ",' 557000.00 __

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..:.. !;.. $6,369,515.91MEMORANDA NEW! IBM Long Distance Statements

liabilities and ". l.t tfor to begin week
Assets pledged or assigned to secure < f next

I :, \ other purposes (Including notes and.billa rediscounted sow"'. ,t..,. 9 1 TAMPA HA.
j j and securities sold with. agreement to 9 / SIBRXNO FLA as 1 I 871 1 7',

'. repurchase) .$2.364,255.28 9 1 3a6'62 as
0 .. H r a HAC PIA included
j') (a)) Loans as shown above are after deduction of 10 5 914 3683801 4 telepbon. with 1WI' tuhnres'
maroea billa.
I valuation reserves of -_ 42.000.33 10 7 1 C L I W 1ST 0 N PLA 95243 39' Dew mM Lon 1uDtataon
con" a 1
; (0:1) Securities shown above after deduction 10 / ( M rAM I 4 0 .tatemente
as are
,.' ..,....' a. .hown lit left b,
1 valuation reserves of .. .. .. ....." None 2eit''''' 10 a INOLIN00D PLA 4743211: 175 I t putt ofa eontlnulnt pro.I. .

t .' I. Mona Holland Asst Cashier of the .above-named ,bank do solemnly s: w 4 .: :. 1 provide modern 1

(swear or affirm) that this report of condition Is true 'and correct to the best 'a.CO"K'.c..co. I c quality um o DDone service at /
r cost
of knowledge and belief. 1Casr.c'Attat ::rlcweeel i' r e u t
= my .t.t'i( io you .1 haft any questions tunas
j ,. 't ,:: '
J. ;
MONA HOLLAND +wcawnous about
: the
d l ,- IY r new_ nurwt
: ple.. eaU yaw t..
; :. C. V. PARKINSONELBERT tiee. ata1eIllellt"f"
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I i, mt : L STEWART .
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:.; .. .', .' ( \ '1 SEAL' ...( ., _JiOWABD-.E..xtIRTZ....:.. ,_"''Ii ..._.. ..h!! tOTAl CAAaiO' 9 f2 5 Danny Dialtonej o' : I

: r .0 Nu" .
I It., >>" / ', Stated Florida, County of Hendry.: "t=\ 'oi 3 3 4 t J 0 a t 3 _"-." 10 1. Denotes Quality Ssr4! a1 Est> J II I

ftt ': I :: )1' .,' subscribed before tints 15th : of )July. '" .
t '1'' A' 4} Sworn to and me day t I
1J.l.:; I that I erm not an officer' d.1recftr'
I 1964. and hereby certify or ?: .j ..; Your rPartnerjn.

I '':. 'of this bank. : :frogre Sfrf

,My comm1ss1on expires April 30. 1965"N !' A- ..'_ _
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aid; Mr. Roy Lee Mrs 'Elbert' ", and bewUton. Fla.rera THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Jive i
Hingson, Miss Karen Wlnn. Mrs. Announces Engagement'MISS and South Thuraday July 23. 188.
'William Tlndale Mrs E B. sev- ..
Bethea, Jr. Mrs, K. W, Wlek- Beach.
NEWS horst. Mrs W,, W Ricks, and I 4 and Carlos de LaTorre, Juan Mr. L. L. Seen entered St.
M", Edward: Ronan. a vaca and Hector Perez Peggy de Mary's hospital In West Palm
The hostesses were Mrs. Lama Beach Ore, Charles Bertot, Pedro and Beach Sunday and underwent
.. ratum, Mrs. Butch McG i Bev Ciilo Cots, Jose Angel and major surgery there Monday. .
___ r. hee, and Mr Kenneth Scott are Ricardo Gonzalez and Tony She 1 11 reported recuperating I

and Felton Ricks in their Santana. nicely I
Ronan '
S 1 Beach Mr. and Mr. Allen Twlddy
1 b returned Saturday from a four Mr. and Mr*. S. H. Stall and I

married in church ceremony week sightseeing trip through daughter, Kathy and DOOM; !
Friday western states. They visited left Sunday morning for a vacation
1"IiI-- In Tennes their ion Charles Twiddy, and trip to Virginia. They were 4
daughter bride was dressed In a blue i wife and
PennY SonM family In Spokane. Wash., and accompanied by Mr.: Gladys ,
$\l sheath with white .
J ooh accessories.Her
htr.. and,Mdward who have spent some time at Yenowston.NaUon.l Stall of Moor Haven and expected -
r II, beCame thebr9dg d I I'eftonlUck' ,* white corsage orchid. Mrs.was a miniature for sew Park, Wyoming, as to visit Mr. and Mrs.
and s.re Ricks chose at.
lIOn Gf Dirt. well a* spots of Interest in 22 teed L. Sim> *, Jr. in Virginia
a doU"le g a pink dress with white accessories. at the .
; Beach during their stay.
other states. ,
t Her '
tyirkFriday evening corsage war a miniature on a
Assembly of God white orchid. *. .. '.'
N at the ..Kimbrelficatln H. Peer v
the Rev. A reception was held at theClewiston I
Idrl1' .
! ,. Potted decorated palms I e Inn following the spent Karen last KINDERGARTEN ::;.?. I. f

of gladioli ceremony. Assisting In servingwere tih '
; ,. '
lurcli I Miss Jacquelyn Goldman, Registration Open* ..
--- Hen-
Traditional wedding -m.re"es Mri Tony Sullivan, and Mrs. ,, For the second :re.r of"Morrell's :. ,

ere pIayed by Mu. James ;eatseWlnnarrw, 1 ) ''sctig and '
The bride en- Platyme"'Ages4&6
rbrel oranlst. Followlrfg threeption, the l day va-
by wh II) ,
,red with her father marrlae., She COIplelet't' for ,a short honey- Jo Louise Harben, eldest d to : '' "
In .. ",1Expulenwed
be was given len'tb moon *\F Lkuderdale.. The daughter of Major and Mr,
aJ ,owned, In a lace floOr, wlUu acep bride wore i'pink add white em- Frank P. Harben. displays the V. Roland : i.: Training. f, .*.,..rte..
chantilly .
ron of broidered neck and long poln\ed COCSE Incorporated to Rhyme University of Eden

eves \\Jtb accented Imported with silk pe-. Both the bride and the groom a In a recent drawing<< television for performer*h_ U at The engagement and approaching An friends are Invited Thorn Call Mr*. Carlota MorreU YUt-lMl.
tit W. Circle
te pearls. Her length veil fen are graduates W Clewiston High Fairbanks' Alaska. Mill Hirbe .. marriage of Miss Jo tend the wedding, which vacation
uslOII shoulder petal headpiece. SchooL They will make their *) I* a talented Outlet and Anne Couse, 1409 Chowkeebln take place at 11:00 a m. in Geor
om a pear home In Clewiston. The groom won a gold cop for third place Nene, Tallahassee to James day, August 15th, In the
ihcojitheavaI0 centered li employed by J. and L. Engineering to one of the competition. She Nortney Cox Tall.h....., i 11 announced copal Church of the Holy and Mrs.
in South Bay. la the granddaughter of Mr. and this week. Mill Cause forter, Tallahassee Nancy. '
..tIa, white carnations.Brend. Mrs. Ceerge Espcnlaob and Mr. It the daughter of Mri. J. M. in Ocala. SUNNY SAM SAYS"Don't

IGn Ricks, lister of and Mrs. J. M. Fountain of Couse and the late Judge louse Myr'I former
. bridegroom, was the bride' Bride ejectis Clewlaton. of Moore Haven; her fiance U > re dismay, see us today,
visit in
;j"", .tlendent She was gowned formaT. the ion of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. a home. for expert advice on
street length 'I. Cox 6363 6th Avenue N., St Pe-
? conblue with.shaped I 1 fitted Mri-lace bod- shower honoree h New books in terabur,. The wedding will take itl Sr.*' has va keeping your lawn nice.
used a bell cared place on August 15 In Talla she
bead piece hassee.
ort i blue of white carna- Miss Penny Ronan was honored *. In Or. You get long lasting
a I bouquet Tuesday evening, prior to public library Mill Cuse li a graduate of Fla, and '-7
nos. protection from a ?
i WinD was best mend her wedding Friday July 17. the Moore Haven High School her ton \
(Lester and Glenn with a shower In the Fellow- Adult fiction: and of the University of Flori-- a a family wide selection
were usheri. WaynS ship,, Hall of the Assembly of One Day In the Afternoon of the da. She was valedictorian of her .. .
God. World William Saroyan In honoring, of proven.WHATEVER .
high school
brother of the bride was class ; graduatedwith Mr ml Mrs. Phil Davis '
The hall was decorated In a The Grave-Maker'i House high honors at the Unlverlit at the
erin, bearer and white color scheme. Rubin yesterlay for a vacation.
pink Weber Haven
Ronan mother of the 'i /. and was awarded a Full- .
lira Refreshments of c u p cakes, Love you ,Good See you Later.; bright Fellowship for a year of couple 9f f weeks Rolo, Gel- .

punch, and potato ,chips were Eugene Walters atudy abroad. At Gainesville she ,_ Be the 10th !happy served Appropriate garnet were The Flight of the Phoenix became a member of the Delta i. fewj/day* of special .
enjoyed by the guest with Elleston Trevor Delta Delta sorority She 1* n4w Apache Owner prizes awarded to Mri. W. W. The Road to Beersheba Ethel consultant In Exceptional Child o'O Wce were C W. Pritchett, .
.I Bndrr County this rear Rlcki add Mri. Elbert Hlngson. Mannin Education for the State Department t- her F Nail, Bob Pearce ..-
ONE! DEMONSTRATOR The guests were: Mri John The Singing Forest H. Mortimer of Education Tallahassee. 1 t Joh' I:eRyiIl4
CAMPER ny Taylor Mri. K. O. Tim- BattenNaofkben Mr. Cox was born In Decabir, ', ( I. Ptto Larsen left by
to ft at green, Mri. Bill Adams Mrs. : Ala., and has spent most of his from Miami' last week for a PEST
Reduced Price Jim Adam., Mrs. Romona Garret The Bay of Pig Haynes life in St. Petersburg He graduated to Europe, during which
Set Greg Eater: Mri. Troy.Cotton., Mri. J. Johnson from the St. PetersburgHigh Will visit relative in SELECT The BEST.
A. Klmbrel. Miss Anna Postal Home of the Red Man Rob- School. and attended Georgia Mr. Laraen'i plane was to
Hendry County Miss Brenda Ricks, Mri. Richard bert Silverbuer Teen where he became a in Lisbon, Spain and she SQUARE FEET IS
Aluminum Sales Knowles. Mri. A. L. Benton Illustrated History of'the First member of Sigma Alpha EpsuV ned to do come that
Mrs. "Chuck" Wlnn. Mrs. World War A. J. P. Taylor on fraternity. He Is currently that country and In car*were
Onrbtoa TV I-MM J.' A. Pratt, Miss Cherry Mc- Flying Peer Brian Hewson :State Coordinator to the Legislative tore going on to ', ur.Find Your Guide
from Poet
Amas Donald, Miss Mildred McDon- Understanding Your Symptom Committee on Mental Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fry
Joseph D. Wasseriug Health and Mental Retardation baby IOn of Hawthorne
the weekend with his To TheProper
I sirs M*. and Mr*. S. C. Fry.
Mary Beth Fry returned
after spending two H.
The nation in pagan lands have
god* of wood and atone but the ln> Hawthorne. The family I
: -
J i..i. Joyed an overnight
4 unchurched in America are coming I \i : Size

to have no gode-at all., ." 5.- / log the their Herbert itay.Hoover Dike arr wa :a' !.

"Let u* consider how to stir Mr. and Mr. Bob uws use
one another up to love.and good and ion, Greg will leave I J
'l/ru.) not neglecting to meet together row for a visit with
a* 1 1a the habit of some". Teia. ".Wa'.r
Hebrews 10:24 Mr. and Mr. Wm. H. I

have* returned from a wI 1

Community Presbyterian Church during which they visited .

407 Royal Palm Avenue For Lou For:

900: A. M. Worship 1000: A. M. Bible School f

"The Problem of Hostility" It I Ijlh" $2'9. : Bugs

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;( t14t refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwards FUNGUS
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tY w ; ; ,+t t beverage. SALAD $ 19
Cam'ing,hiking ori just lounging on I lwncliair-bwbrrn to
each just the right touch of extra P When
good living. we say giant, we mean HUGE I ONE 1&
Your familiar glass of beer Is also! t pleasurable reminder that
we live in t land of personal freedom-and that

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In Florida..beer I
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County at LaB.".. Florid, with. OTICIII Florida
Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Oewiston. Fla. rear through action of the boardIn IX calendar month from the LB.IL I ,, In the:

Thursday, July 23. 1884 installing a portable classroom Boys in Service MH pastor Slme notice of the Each first publication claim or demand of any I will debts I not Incurred ba responsible by B.tyr l Tor H. of caisnder: rlorld months, wlolj I ':ni i I c
this the
at Daniels Elementary, ahall. ba In wrltln In ..- 1'.1.. notice .; gpebli :':11 a.
and through recent completion transfer plicate, and shall slats the place Ks.te In :.ftSiteATTENTION :
receives :
at LaBelle and Harlem of residence and poet offlca ads No. 4T4 thq place
of ;
classroom project dra>a of the( claimant, and shall. July 1. 14, ,1, |t, lII'p post offies addroa us- r071 0eep 4
3 building planned and through constructionof Rev E. H. Wiggins. pastor' of ba sworn to by the claimant, his, P ant.. and be : W
mule r:
three classrooms at dewl- the Church of God of Prophecy agent, or his attorney, and any t. ream Wore IW w
such claim or demand not ao I* THB COtTHTY JCDGPOR totny .r It D.r
ton Elementary School u being transferred to Okee- filed ahull be Told COURT tl AND FOR HBNDHT to kiwi 1"key .

If for Clewiston Elementary SchoolI chobee. and members of his congregation Helen C. Dickey COUNTY' FLORIDA )a]sires cats, oalms b. ills .oltaecordlnr
The board had considered the Helen C. X aecutrlx *- ti
plan a farewell terv- : of tha .laC.Will In Probate Caaa J Installation of three portable
and IN RE: B8TATB: Of I
with gospel singing and Teitament of Carlos !
I ice /
problems of providing! iston Elementary 3, Harlem classrooms/ dewlxtnn. and the the grounds Sunday R. Dickey, d.MaaedMILLBR. JOHN WILLIS COOK, ) '::1))1t R1t
dinner on Dee..eeI.IVOTICIII. { rata
discussed the CONE OWEN 1.
LaBelle High. Dan superintendent of JOHpruW 01 th,
enough classrooms and enough Academy July 26, at Moore Haven Church. 4xoaad. ; R.LO ..
iels School and Clewlston High costs of this type of classroom NUGENT TO CREDITORS: hint COOl.
i teachers for the school in Hen- Everyone If cordially Invited 507 North Olive Avenue publication

,' dry county occupied the chief 1 each Superintendent Horns- compared with permanent to attend.! west Palm Beach Florida ALL creditors of the Fstata of OD July t
I attention of the board of public by. noted that the state has allotted buildings. He reported that Attorneys for Executrix JOHN WILLIS COOK deeeaaad s/CARLOS R. D.lttTAttorn.y (
CN-ef' are hereby notified and rViulr.d: for
l three portable classrooms would Es
t instruction member Thursdayat only five additional teachers 4s. July ", 10, >ur. I, If 1M4KOTICH to file any olalma or demanda rl.i. Farm 97 ''cutrh'

I the regular July meeting. for the coming term ando cost estimated$23.000 at plus$1,000 foundations and plus sold Es:t.t. In the to re.alr lb.: CI.WI..on. Plnrida510a
his recommendation the ;
Carl E Horns County lua. .f
Superintendent H.lldr ly
) County, :: U
fee for architect's plans which Board of ,
by reported he bad held a meeting board agreed unanimously to The Hendry County u. 10. 1161
will hold
win be required by the State County Commlulonera
the salaries of the two additional
with all school principals to pay their regular meeting on Augs.t4th I
discuss the needs of each school teachers with local Department of Education. The JNST&AQ of August 11th,
portable buildings have nowalkways 1501.
center and be recommendedthe tun Parkinson
and toilet facili M Harvard a ,
following additional teach. The crowded condition in the no tOlBT II AND FOR HKMDRV. Chairman v
ties. tOlftTY. FI.ooIUD.A.lof Board of County Com-
for the coming : Clew. school will get some relief this
t ers year ________. :. FROBATB mlaaloneri Farmers Cane
Me Stated mat permanent, So.1N CN-471 Growers and
toilet RE; July II. IW Ranchers
classroom buildings with
Major Frank P. Harbea.,aen
facilities and covered walkway ESTATE OF CARLOS LOOK TO THE FUTURE
., Mr. and Mr J. M. Fa. AND
could be built by Christmas ata R. DICKEY, deceaaed.KOTICB LEGAL NOTICB TO BIDDER
Healed proposals for the cons
,The demand for fat cost of $48,800 for three classrooms talc *f CVrwiaton was P'-* atructlon of A MOBILE DIVISI. YOUR

and that the state wll ed t# the rank of major to the TO CREDITOR HLE CLASSROOM FOR DAN. FINANCING
: and stocker bear one-half of this coat. Mr. CS Air Fare M Joy IS. fb It TO ALL CREDITORS" LEOA- LaBelle, Florida, will be received A Lew Cost Farm Mortgag,
I Hornsby said he had consultedwith TEES DISTRIBLTEF8 AND by the Hendry County Board ol FEDERAL LAND BANK
stationed at Deteevn Air FreeBase HAVING ANT CLAIM LOAN
Pt:RSONS 1'ubllo Inatructlon In Ball., Florida
cattle i i. heavy Mrs Mabel Magin, the Falrbtiiki Alaska where OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID on or befor.1:00 p.m., E.S.TAugust ? WO Furnish Calk T*
principal, and the elementary ESTATE: II, 1X4 at which time I Retinue debit
teachers affected, and all he will eemplete hi,* biers duty You and each of you are hereby and place they will be publicly.

Buy only the agreed that their recommendation a* resides aodttor .tv Jon ., notified by Law that to you present are any required opened.Copies and of .the.&4.Proposals, Con e. chat FbIa00 wind farm Machine lanr. Tm.U. aebofldi.... *

would be that the ortable 1M5. Major Harbem I Y teaching claims and demands which you, tract Document, Drawings and fad baton IrrltaHoa/1,

cattle classrooms be abandoned and eight boon each week at the or either of you may have flpaclflcatlone' may be obtained Assist to pwebaat *f a fans grove .,
1 you want agalnxt tha .. at. of CARLOS R. by eligible General Contractor, e rnrehas rlDQ,
that the board should build the Univenlty ., Alaska ta aV- DICKEY, deceased lat. of said from tha office of the guperlnUndent mere I.ad.e .

three classroom addition with Uoa to hb. ref-Ur Air Farce County to the County Judge of of Public Instruction, rrvU capital) fond for Out farm mrht.
.. Hendry County, Florida, at his Courthouse, LaB.II., Florida ONLY A LAND BANK: LOAN
all possible speed. duties. attics In the court house of said
Each proposal' must ba accompanied HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
by a Certified Check,
Plans were made to place two I'IUTIU'' Cashiers Check or Bid Bond executed 1. Lewer payment*.,

first grades (Mrs. Mary Lois by tha Btdd.r and Surety g. Longer' term' (tIt'U SI
-Sale. Every Monday at 1:00 P.M. County Company licensed to do businessIn yean
Tb. BoarS of Commissioners of Hendry County, Florida
: Lee and Mrs Clara Whaley S. Uependabk
Florida In equal to (
.o I will meet on Tuesday Aucust 4. 1944 at 10:00 A.M. In tha offlca of a serving agriculture
teachers) in old five <15) cent of the amount tiehshcb
the elementary Clerk of Circuit Court lor tha purpose of hearing requesta and com per sine 1117).
of the total bid, The Bond la
I i school auditorium move one plalnta from the the budg.ta. The Tentative) BudajB8TIMATK required .
j{ ; pnbllai\ regarding ai a guarantee that If 1 I' Finn prepayment. yrlvHege without !

i" fifth grade to the exceptional .t I. a folaw.i 0. REVENTEB/ANri/ RECEIPTS HENDRY COUNTTOENERAL the Bid la accepted, a Contractwill .. Loan teirlce by local people familiar penalty with
/ and wed.
redbrick be entered Into tha performance IM
chlldren'i room In the old ,
: REVENUE FUND of It properly ...,ur14. culture
building, and move the FOR ''THE FISCAL TEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER to mi The successful bidder will be> required U w* .*. .b* .f serrfee U yon pleat write

: exceptional children's class to lit ESTIMATE TAXES Of....RECEIPTS Mills a :aaseSMd covering to execute, and a Including PerformanceBond all W. X. BUT Mgr, *r. DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Ant or pam.
t: LIVESTOCK MARKET the teacher's lounge. AH agreed valuation I.' 1' '- t. IHIZITSJtt labor and notarial. Tha Par. HIT.
that this solution 1* Dot Ideal lit Taxea '.1 Mills on ,..-. .122,111,13'.00 "11,'''''t formance Bond shall ba written
144 RR Telegraph Licenses 100.0Ill' Federal Land Bank
In the amount of one hundredper Associationof
but that it would give better
Racine Fund. ._ .000.0' Contract
of tha
cant ((100%)
Phone VfT 4-SOtS Ben Clad. FU. facilities within only one aemllter' lit Insurance Llcanaea ____ ,- lot.00 Price
I If 111 Hoapltal Service for Indigent l.n'.I' NO BIDDER!' MAT WITHDRAW .
time. 115 Qualifying Fees .. ...,,.,- ._.--- A BID submitted for a Bradenton
f 117 Occupational Licenses 1,101.00 period of thirty 110) days after
The board set the salary of lit Beverage Licenses ,-__ __ ... 1.000.00 the date set for the opening. of PHONE 7tl-I151 BtADENTOl. ni
: the supervising principals at sat E/xcesa Fees-Tax Aasaaaor aurh Aide
eoptr.ct..nd 111 Exeeaa Fees Tax Collector __ t,000.00 THE OWNER RESERVES THE
$9000 for 12 month 111 Exeeaa Feea-County Judge ___ 1.001.00I reject! any and/or all
'rf th.aua1111C.t10111'( as, RankII lit Airport Reealpta ________ ,000.00 Hide HnJO to wale informalities

with certification In administration 171 MIscL Ra-Imburaementa __ ___ too.to therein.
at the ,111 Bale Cemetery Lets __._.. __ __ 1.00.00 By
and lupervlslon TOTAL EIITUIATED &CEIPTS ____._, 1741II J. R. Berate Chairman
t : .,"10... \ J appropriate level LESS .S _. __ __._ 13.108.11 Board of Public Instruo- @tu( if
"At Hi .. fI saw. or ESTIMATED RFfFIPTH' _______ UOUS.1O tlon ,
I The upervlsor'i. salary was BALANCES: TO PB BROt'OHT FORWARD: CASH .1,000.00 ATTEST.ndry County,, Florid
I for 12 month TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ,....ItFutlmatrd : ,
set : at $8,37000 -
This Tear ... Mills Carl E. HornibySuperintendent stop with us:1:
contract, with $270 at attendance ESTIMATE 0. EXPENSES OFJNERAL REVENUE FUNn and Secretary
i OWESf' salary, and requirement of lit Ball mllugs. C. Commra 11,000.00 to the Board of Public InatructlonHendry

I :rI Rank II with certificate as administrator 111 Ill pal Sal:
I ,, and supervisor II' Other Ad.... Salaries __, ..____ 5,600.00 July tl, 10 Aur. I, W4IX

The board voted to par' Superintendent 514 Taa Asses Comml..ia __.___..___.__ ITOOO.Oft S AI

0 Of1HH'lMi Hornsby at the m Tar Collr'a Commimion: .- ":::: == 50,000.00 TOO! COURT OF' THE O _
I' PRICES Coroner. Inquset a Fu. 160.01 COUNTY JU1H.K HfI>Hr [ ,
rate of $79 per month for county In Cout, House Maintenance __ ...._ TIOO..O COUNT; FLORIDA 1 ;
541.1 Sub Offie. I,000nn In Probatt.
travel and to authorize his ass Eloetlon C Ruatratlon; .., : ..:=.: asneno: IN REt ESTATE OF

travel as required to take care tAl Octal Adr.rtlaing .. 60000 DOUGLAS OORDON PKARCT,
\ S of school business with reimbursement 110 R..Appa'o"' __ .____ '1,000.00In Deceased
nHECH'Slf Con". A Trav.l Eopen. _..___ ',.00.00 T. All OetHera and Perfume DEL MAR MOTEL
/ \ according to board IU-I Ire II MIlICI. Eownas ._ ____, .._ 1..00M HavUc "'101.. .. IMmmmtmAala
i policy. 355 Adm. Rep' k Offl,. 6upplro .< a4 Estate* Modem. and Beautiful
formalities of the change 151.1 Mierofilmtng:; .....,,w.,. _.. ...:.===-== 1m:: ::: You and each of you are hare*
The Aerial Atla. 6,500.00 by notlfed and required to pre- Single, Double, Family Unite.
i SV01j i n administrative personnel m Juv.nil.; Ceun.elor'; __.....::: :..:...:===== 4100.10: sent any elalmi and demands Air CendlUoned. TV
taken. Hornsby presented 111 Court R.larlu ,100..0 which' you, or either of may
were Clerk Circuit Court Co.a :.. ,,,., have against tha eatata 1ub' Phone Switchboard.
m ----- -: 24-boa
hit commission as school super MainS. of Cemeteries .: = 'Tm.:: has dd08o Pe.rcr. deteaeed, late { .

i intendent. He asked for leaveof 615 Inanity InOa.ls __._ ._ U'.OOSll Judita of of to tha County Baby Bitter Available
j ; __ Hendry County, Florida
o..al W.Ifsr. _
11,6n/.00 Servant
supervisor In order at hie offlca In QuartersSwimming
absence as tha
court house
-- \ .U "n.plt..1. 8.r"le. _. .
: \ tar 'nlll..nt __ OO..O of aid County at LaUelle,
I )F' to maintain his continuing ITI V.ter.ns .ry, Office _.. _.._ _4._ 1.000.00 ride within six calendar months Flo PHI
contract tUtus at general supervisor 871 Airport Esp.nse _._ .__ ._..,,_ 11.500.0' from tha time of the flrat pub. Xeataurant Near
serving his term .It A.rt.ull. ____ ___, ..___ U,. O..O llcatlon of this notloa Two cops .
while lee of Credit
each claim or demand. Card Honored
r as superintendent and state he m: Mondry County Fair -=:=: -:::::.____ 11,80000' hall be In writing and shall

would ask such leave each year 081 "''r.. Control _._ ..0.-.......... .__ I.o.nn tale the place of residence and 1510 No. Ashley Street
CIDM 050 P.rk. R.er.allon 8.100.10 post office .ddr... of the claim
during his term as superintendent 101 Pnbllalty .. ,..._ ==:::::.....::=:== 4./00 An the ant and shall b. sworn to by (U. 8. 41 NerUOVALDOSTA -
500 Water Con..ry, Committee 000,00 and : .:'::n.\I.f.: or attorney "
who had been 000.1 O.rheg.; Service I '.: ::::= =.____ 000 on of one dollar and by a flllna fee GA.
John Coin such claim or
Plvil Ttafenn ,..
named assistant principal Of Las m flail Conservatlnn--_.... _-L.-. Alan void demand, not filed shall b. 4dl

Belle High School resigned to .n C. H. ""rlll.1... C En'lpm.nt ______ 7,100,00 ANNIE M. BARROW Cf1i f
'" I 511 fare, Ile Lou P' a..b Officey 1 onnon As u.cntrls' : or _
------ the '
SUMMER become supervisor on recommendation Sit. t.c.se feline: Morhinee I ..1 := =-= 1.000,00: : .DoutliidGoraun; : 0\--\ With For IHaranjra end) new TUVEL 01351Ildhip

of Superintendent TOTAL "PllnrR"'ONII! ._ _'__ .n 000,500RFSr PearcjFlrot .
r'p r fine smell ham Fad .. oaf, 'ImpeeSTEAK
All Hornsby. It wa ,noted that ""1I1RYIII FOR rAl' BALANCE TO BID pubilcallon, July| *' n.. hd. .. ...."..veoI by Cenpa ef Mew$.nela,

r AAAIYED Coins retains his continuing RRT1I'n FORWARD ______ 18,00005 July
PRICES contract a* classroom teacher, TOTAL, J1UOOIIT ___._._.____ 1t1.4U a, 1., I] I'. 1H4
SLASHED and will be on annual lit TAXIS Mills on assessed
fT0C1ED .1..11011 n' -$15,110Ttn00
general aupervlsor. *, -
bandmaster T4XFA 1 Mills oV 11,111/1Lo0 | AA 4 0IT
The supplement of the 111 ___ _-t :::. _
Racine Fonda ____...-_-.--- .ooo no
at Clewlston was Increased 144 Bherlffe Fine A Forfeiture __ __ __ lltOAtt

$300 due to his having ltt-1 Sheriffe Civil yea .. ,, _., .i 1.1od.- ,
urt I
+ f0A Refund T'r'Inr I T.nt .; :=::____ -
I J: two separate school center- lit Dud .t Trannfee Kns4 and Prld. _
: Summer maintenance program TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ____ 13UIn
I'I' In high gear to ',T.RS'" _. ___._______ A ,171
was put 15* OF FRTTMATEII RECEIPTS ____ 131.11511
J jet all buildings equipment. "AT.ANC'Ir.II!i TO nnoroHT! FORWARD: CASH 1ft ann O.
.. ready for the school year. Painting TOTAL, ESTIMATED!:! RECEIPTS AND BALANCE 111.111.U
PnHmated This Y..,
I. Mllla
and repair work 1 II proceeding TnrATJlD: Or EXPENSES FINE II FORFEITURE "INTI HUNGRYChef
at all school center II' 8h.rUr. Salary 010000
WE'YE the meeting were 111-1 Sal Sher. Den Ants ____. ,_,.,___ It,710 tt
0 lTWO-TON VALUE Attending I III Clerk Circuit Court 1 1Itl Tie 00
r fr I I THE MODEL I ATA Chairman J. R. Spratt Mr. County Judae's F... Ti HBOttt

,' Elsie Futch Mrs Blanche McCormick 114 Justice Peace Costa ____ Itt tt
"i,; 'You w nT SMALL CAR Hall and liT Tonv. Puce Pro. Alt Sal. ..._. T,lot.tt
: Joe Itl Witness A Jurors Feea tot.tt
; f I :ie; l PRICEFAST Claude Clddens. board member lit Other Court Coats I,Btt tt Ernest
II ai Harry Johnson attorney l" Khar. Exp. other than Sal 4JT1000 McCray
Sh.rlffs Tnv.tlgatios ,
m : I 1 Itt tt
and Superintendent Carl Horns BherIffs Equipment r 4,Itt tt

b1. TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS! ...... ,..-_ 111,110

; 513-SHERIFF-(114< of Total Bndet) I.ttl tt

l1 Sugarland Pharmacy CARTED FORWARD ________________ IttOttt


PIZZAYU 110 TAXES" Mill. oa .....-4 ; ,
.: NOBODY 'nlvaUolI 0' .... .. *' .III.Tit.tt'I t "
H M .+ 2-3311 II' .TAXES! 1.75 MIDs o. tt.lll.tlltt } .....1.00
OUNE9 11' Regular 0. Tall i tltOttti New
1u.t lob c.nt 0.. Tax lltOttt York: Cut
111 Spinal ru.1 Tall T J L 1.tOt.tt
TRAOE.N; tYE'lL DEAL III Auto Transportation )111_. Tu Itt.tti

ALIOVyANCfg ON TOGA IU B.rln" rund. i t.000.tt .
; ; TOTAL LtlTIMATJD: &JoCJlPTlJ: : ...x..17//.1

ESTIMATED Estimated or EXPENSE This Year "17' Mills..,* ROAD AND BRIDGE: FUND (AVdilabl from Noon for those who cant, wait vntil 6 P'N'O)

i .11 8upenlao 8&larl. 1,101,50
811. Cons, Erb: 501,10

Boot Guides GOB Ice dia ell Brld." .. Labor Tender Tl....._.. Served in

.( .'& Fishing Tackle SuppltetjJohnson' 513 Malnt Equipment it.too.ot our dining room
41Gas. 011 liiottt ,
1 .. 414 Other Supplies ........ r oJ''
.11 Bridge Material Culvert I.tot.t* i! (", '* ,'"
: 111 Road Construction .,T.- A II.711I ... every day
t ,, Fuhng! Camp .51 Purehaaa R/W ,ttt ttI
pas Shop ,001 tt
'. CfrwUton.no. II' Road. Machinery 11.ttt tt
LOW-INTEREST v. til Payments to Cltlea T.....tt I
til Tran.fer of Funds _
I TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ._+ .-.-. I......... PLAN Outdewirton.
I. 111 Racing Fvada ____ IMtttt
: Plumbing RepairReplacements 141 Interest 71 tt

LUIIJ .* _________ 111.71
f iJ. dealcr-tiic. tt%. OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ____ 11.541.1/ THE
J : See.your Installations, BALANCES: BB BROUGHT.FORWARD: CASH 4.4lt.*t CLEWIS TON INN
Trouble Shooting
best el the blfl car men N. Willa.
... ..
.. ._
lit t5tsPw.l Bone tad.bt/de.a ----- 0,500.00S
-SeplilJ Tank :.t / Commlmton. i Eep.ase. .
:: :
11 Prlnetpei:: O. Band Iad.bl.doeu ...r. .,. : ..
ck'MotorsII : : FOR CONTDfOICHCtUlI 1.111,10REeavB :'
Call YU 2-6711 rout CASI5 BALA.NCI oro B. Florida yU 2-3501

3X K. Ventura CARTED BUDGET FORWARD 0_v 1/IN.1f 5,14(00'T'OTAL [ ephonege

eait ..St. dewfctca< -
II .&.. ., '-'- - July :l-Ui(


; --, f-. --

food Dewton, Florida THE a.EWISTON NEWS Pile Seven

EisiiID Thursd.,. July 23, 198&
of Tex

meat you buy 1* Government

I .. 0 4-H'ers In for Improve burgers or'graded, limply' ask your butch-

,.., --- -- we

RATES: Four FOR SALE or RENT Large NEW APAR'I'MENTS-One and with two cheeses Piquant Patio I Boner'II ,
IDJertlollo ZOb four bedroom, two bath. 608 two bedroom, Alrconditioned. FOR SALE Jeep reasonable for
u per word per four 1ndypy S. Atlantic. July30cFOR Call YU 24675. tic ,Call YU 2-74(1 after 5. : agricul: IOSSIMMEE-Here'* an easy Shape eight patties from two t
llnilDUJ c doe of: tfc JQS I ;$ "AHTE I I O. way to add a gourmet touch to pound of Florida ground Chuck !
for the p three. SALE-Two 50x115 ft. lot. FOR KENT-Trailer Iud Trailer ,' [ known those hamburger this weekend or round steak. Brown over hot

3-1201 Already set up for house space Royal Palm Trailer at whether on a picnic or your pa coal or grill or habachi. WhIle
PHONE YUkon trailer Equity and take up Park. Phone YU 2603.. tic FOR SALE-One 14 ft Thompson GOOD RELIABLE tio. It'* winning recipe from second side .is broiling, or just
whole DAmet ap. payment CaU YU boat and trailer. 1963 wants Job. the 1964 Florida Beef Council before removing patties from
rm elassUled ads 32091.AuglSc FOR RENT-One bedroom trail- 18 hp Johnson motor. Loomis etc. By day or : I
,nr ID &be er. dean Ford. tie 2-4HOS. were ,
** quiet Phone YU
up tw. Mina TWO 54-FOOT LOTS ON LAKE Its pe0-
Me Crr.t.1 Theatre.cplimecls tic FOR SALE Parakeet, $2.00 WILL DO century
JUNE, for tale, ".000 each. ,
01 !be News FOR RENT up Mynah bird, African lovebirds home by rival
.. Term 1/3 down. Phone Lake -New WxW house day or
ae. Tlltllre. Pears mast bep0rd Placid KO 54635. tic. trailer with two bedrooms.By monkey, cages, supplies.Pet sonable rate for poverty li.,
Defer. tv.1tAt''EstATt boarding Thompson Wild ers, etc. Contact "
(for week or month. YU ""
..,. Warren Howell 23421tfo Animal Farm, Phone YUkon 3- 429 E. Trlndad St. Ameri :"'

1236. tie avail .....'
HOUSE FOR SALE-3 bedroom, FOR RENT-3: and S room furnished \- Rus
1 bath, CBS. corner lot partially apartment Phone 2- REGISTERED!: CITRUS TREES families t,
'' fOIl'SALE' furnlahed, or unfurnished 127L tfg FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. on
\ p113-2081r 2-2821.:! M. TomliuiMo, (boa, Fla. Phone .,. of
RE 34786. tie States. r I
EIA.'ID house. Furnished --
for houses, acreage' Fad SALE or LEASE bed- or unfurnished 835 f I
IZgt 1 by the
FOR SALE-One female Chihuahua
SIt' We have customers room house, partly furnished. per month. See Mr*. Sloan. 433 Service
aItIDI. LIst your propert1; with Completely redecorated Inside E. Trinidad or call H. P. John puppy, 11 week old : Service
Ph. 825 00. 22 rifle and 20 Nap shot
Bf'ardsle son tic
1. E. NU 2 window alrcondltloner. Phone tfoALL i
gun. YU 2-6044 i
Y:soL after C p.m.: YU coun !

Bob !
three bedroOm. Car SET Guaranteed' $19.95 \
luplex St, Can col- down 814.04 per month LAKE ,i '
ill-320 Wilson ObUco, 844551, Lake REn ETATf$ FOR RENt HAND (fUS 8 pt) and Circular APPLIANCE: CO YU 2-7151. tic Trailer ,,, i 'i
tfo ($100 ) New and
Fla. vp wood law, sharpened FOR SALK envelopes,
Payroll -- -
FOR .VENTA 0 Alqoiller Dn- by machine. Professional social 515 Centred Recipe Contest, sure to ease the grill, cross: small; thick .,fi
with ton for
ZEAL ESTATE p2320 Oblcpo Calls 3 work. BartoU (near ,Catholic printed Phone YU the family or start a chorus of slices of Cheddar cheese and '
RTBS1DE-3'oe J'OOm frame, Alcoba Enfrlado For Air Church) Moore Haven. Aug 8c security; withholding and other .hlll"! and "ohsl" when one piece of dill pickle on top. '",
mulshed, Immaculate. Garaje. LLamar Colecdonar: deduction aloes of 500. dewUton served to guests Brush with 'on* half teaspoon ,
1 I.
ggTBSIDE-2 bedreom tram.. Kennedy, Lake Park, Florida, BOOKKEEPING: AND TAX EXPERT New otficw ,tf girls sched It'* a piquant combination of prepared mustard or a teaspottt a.

844-6351. Jul Rita available for either will be ground meat (either chuck or of barbecue sauce several time '"
PRO.GE a available. full or part time work. 32 years round) and two kind of cheese on each. I ITo "I '

ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM, 2 FOB KENT One bedreem experience. Call Collect OL 4- leading that Is so simple-and so donliciouayou'll top this and give Just the \-r;.
bath trtme borne Hardwood house. Phone YU 2-688L tic 3672. tic HELF WNIEC, WOMEN, Northside be w o n d e r why right. flavor,. spread softened .J
tried it before. blue cheese over the patties .
you've never
FOR KENT _1 One bedreem SUP COVERS and drape. Custom THREE bedreem Doodle i'
President of the while still cooking Just long ,! ,
in Broward.. WANTED Mr. Felton
TEA HOMES Robert BOOKEEPER Opening Large place.
house; Overboil. Jr.. made. Complete Une of rooms .' .
Association for blue to
Hendry County Cattlemen' enough chaaf begin
Film Beach and Dade coun- Phone YU 2-5641. July 23c drapery and slip cover fabrics for adult, responsiblelady dtthm. Good 'ael Old and; the Florida Beef to melt. ;
d, nrioui\ sizes and price Free estimate Can YU 2-68SL with bookkeeping knowledge HUM. position ,
I 'toasted
Council recommend use of.U.S. Add to hamburger
Lewis Co'Kelly Can YU2450L
nil cash payment. ; experience.
and Van Cothern' Custom Furnitureand Pea Graded ground chuck or round bun with thin dice of tomato ,;,
Efficiencies -
OB RENT-available.: ; FOR aENTIWno. noose, Upholstery. tic J. M. regular steak. If you've any,doubt.If the/ ,and lettuce If.dedred. '.'

>>uRI 1000 si vacant Iota to select garage northslde, large shady .BLUM & SONS PLASTERING.: Ite,. Seal Estate '
DM '
all Various corner Jot, YU 2-2801 or YU,2- Very Best Work- WantedApply .. 'P ''
aa (far purposes Waitress
3341. tfc We Save, You Money competi
nw. Harlem
(VESTMENT AND INCOME FOR RENT!: Furnished cabin* 'Plastering Simulated Stone to Tony Glade Restaurant in lyews. ;

PROPERTY, and trailer Johnson Fishing Stucco Free Estimate tfc 5 Im

IN MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent Camp. YU %- 1Jl. tfc Licensed and Insured acre also News of Our Colored.CommunityMRS. I
CBS construction 121,000. 25 Year In: Business -
OVG TERM low interest FOR RNT-a: bedroom and one 3850 Lora Street your JANTB. GAJADBA, Colored.New Editor
tan, cane, grove and ranch bedroom trailer. Also 1 bed- Fort Myers. Fla. tic HELP WANTED I, MEN 25 acre game Phone'YU i7851 ,

,ortjajM, minimum 150,000.1LIST1NGSNEEDED room .apartment I can YU J 2- ,ED 7-0171 :or, OX 4-2874 Good Road : Bights Question and Answers guest of her cousin, Mr. Julia <'" "

i 4064. tic PETE'S CABINET Shop. Custom HELP WANTED by Time Saver dewlaton About Cancer Sale a j. .$; .
J. H. LANKFORDt TWO BEDROOM: TRAILERS'or made cabinet. Formica specialist Food Store Application now -:- 1-What Sign or .Symptom, f _
Zed Estate Broker trailer space for rent Fair Remodeling kitchen being taken at Store in dewIston. May Mean Cancer?; ,' Mis Florida Bryant Berate t"
!SO East Sugarland Highway Groundl.l1er Park. Phone No Job too big or too 'smalt Okecchobee, and Belle 3 Business These are Cancer'a even, Danger Sims and Clyde Blackman are ''>..
HR! Auto and General Glade. :Aqua ACl'OU.rom.. # Signal ? attending a workshop at.Beth
3-3044. sac Free estimates. 118 Central Ave. J"
Insurance Unusual bleeding or dischargeA une Cookman College, DaytonaBeach
ton,Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 FoR'tRENT Three bedroom YU J.4421 Ju1)23cWm. SOMEWHERE 3 Bedroom; are us lump or thickening la' the Fla. ,
house. Located 702 Bond St D. Hollandmiscellaneous breast or elsewhereA -
who want to make 88.000 per on 2 acre*. The many friend of Mr,Ran-
Audie Hooks Can YU 2-3406. JulySOp sore that doe not heal
,'year and more working with -?- it has Change In bowel or bladder ha-v" lora Joe are very sorry to hear r y
for Sale grower in thiI.re... This man bitsHoarseoeu of the death of hit mother InSarasota. '
I ls 1 probably married sober honest hu Fla. Funeral service .t" !
wid- or cough: .
D roIperlf1'y '
and .Is willing to work hard. ,w.re' conducted Sunday .alterI00D. -
Indigestion difficulty .
or la waV:
of .
I FOR SALE Fertilizer ..- He may be farming himself. '
Business Directory lowing = ) ,." We.extend our sympathyto I
chine. See Mr. John MatuslakIn For such a man, w* can offer Realty' : might Change in wart or mole the family In the loss of their ; ,
Moor Haven. Jul. 23-300 a career with the largest and .loved. ':
-Whlch Type of Cancer la I lacreasing -' one*
oldest company la it* field. We 309 W.l I
tad bookkeeping doesat coat: JOHNSON CARS FOR Queen SALE clothe- dryer Electric 850.Speed CaU will and train him him, exclusive work with rights him, YU ; 'many' de Lung Cancer most, la rapidly spite of? the fact ''the 'many friend, of Mr*. ; 'i

It Pays Can .. ........4 Ml. Sent YU 24044., tic to all give business In a large area and,.. disease that It 1* largely- a preventable Rosa Ann to hear Cooke that'win she 1 be* feelIng delighted '. :" 1 "a

.Itoct transportation for your DAClSBOUmfpupple.1oI' already developed! with opportunity : Best much improved at this time.She I
McDonald r i J.IIICIY' ,al'\\ their In protection 1 It not to start i i
BookKt, 4 of MlaialELGCHJLD.BRQ& AXe' Registered. Jack .L'' ,I ; lor advancement write If you Frank optional smoking cigarette, but giving Is 1 convalescing at her home. I f
tWylde think Qualify, freely
& ,Scott, fit E. Arcade. ::. I you Winter cf the them up at any time decrease Miss Cooke 1* a faithful member 1' i
keeping Bob alwIn, Box 1105
TaxW '. fro Real e..t said. the risk. Studies have shown of Greater Friendship Baptist ,
J I f I:Garden. Florida. July23cV 0. V.e. that young people Church. ri4: ;, : ":
to are more inclined
Service ___.FOE SALE _Tw. 4aUe. **,< twa. SWIU 'i I
Thank plan fa to start cigarette smoking I '
lavatories, double link, and I
.0. B.. $11 .OL.4-167 I. PAINT( STORE. tub. Robert Overhott, Jr., Phone arettes3Which, if their. parent smoke cla- Chareh NewsNew ,
-- Bethel AJIE. Rev. L.Holmes.
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YU 44641.: July,23c'FOR : ; TRADEWILL
h .otile*, Flay -' fTm Ceatrsoter* t,burl ,.'-, .. .f : Cancer Kill the moat .! pastor gi| .J, ;r
SALE Mobile One.. Used ForJSale ( ) for American? Sunday,School: --r._Z9.SO: ,;
FKEB ESTIMATES 1963 immaculate 2 bedrooms ;or,t chile Lung Cancer and .cancer ,of.the :Morning Worship _'10:55: 7.

rifle Dealer I11K E. SwarUnd On.J1MH'YV kitchen, dining room, completely! TRADE .Ma er. acreage ?215 a colon and rectum 'each causes Evening Worship .-....-.tT P.M. ." _
furnished and set-up on lot for good Lake lot to build acabin I Bprevee* ''oholee' service- the ,death of more than '40,000 I .Bible Reading -. Tuesday,evening p ,F

CARITHERS I : .... i 3,1111TOE $4,330. Financing arranged for on in Lake Placid. Bill .land edjaiei.city.. persons annu.n,. It I* estimated at the church fI,. e
qualified buyer Model open'' Blum, MM Lora St. Ft Myers\ I and, that 75% of the lung cancer Choir Rehearsals -.r Wednesdayand r
RADIO and TV dally to 8 Sunday after church Fla. tic I BS au,' ( ) death could: be prevented and Thursday evening|
SALES WITH SEE US dewiston Trailer Bale, phone '. t tAppaloosa' ( ) widows, that a ,similar percentage of' Visitor are always.welcomeMt '
8E1YICB /BOTTLED GAS YU, 2-2861. tfo WILL TRADE-Model 800 Polaroid voter those with cancer of the colon

:dell Kd,. 108 Bond St :/' wink lite and flash hinds. and rectum could be cured by Calvary pest ?. Rev. L.M. y,,'
Appliances BedSpread (Bare*,ponle
FOR SALE CHENILLE unit Original cost 1130. Two 1, early detection and treatment Kitchens, pastor > ; \
Phone YU 2-6441 Sales- Service *, house coat, rugs and year old. For room lens movie tale at an times_ *...What Can I Do.to Protect: Regular church service each ,
sofa pillows. Mr. A. B. Mc- camera of approximately same ''K. R. receiv Myself against Cancer? Sunday '

CLEWISTONTRAILER POWER GASCORPORATION OeOand. Phone YU32641. J310 value. Call YU 1-1633. Itp ,PHONE, TV death' ,Have complete physical en.mlnatlon ., Prayer service and weekly 6'

FOR SALE DeLne deetrte the : each year and act, meetings_at the usual, time and t

SALESNew range-Hoe new. Also 1951 Ford pro ,promptly on Cancer's. seven ,date,, :TMr w.
pickup. Call YU M244. Aug 60 Sewing Machine :danger signal *. Emma Dixon, reporter
& Used County 9-Are 'We: Getting! Anywhere,

us 27 E. YU 33101HZNDRY FOrt SALE Sea Fury IS It. Repairs Glades Inforj j Against Cancer '- Julia's :. ,
YU 22661WALDRON'S Fiberglass boat 45 hp Mercury\ AD Typed el & Yea more live are being saved)

COUNTYTitle motor, with trailer Robert Ov SINGERSales Sheet Metal than ever before. Over a mil' Beauty Nook r
Phone YU 2-5441. lion American alive have
erholt Jr., .New today
& Abstract Co.A"'I1&11 '' been FOR THAT NEW LOOK r
July 230 Service Repair "'- ) ; ; Fla. :. cured The death rate from
uterine bat Tinting Styling, cutting No "
KlArs Tttte haaraaeermblie Florida cancer dropped 50%
GROCERIES: Weaegnpberraeteeeprtag I9S8 BUCK 4-DK. SEDAN. 8175 Parts RentalsBrand ,Phone *, In 25 year A greatly expand Appointment, Friday and .;- !!

OM 7 am to 1 pjn. DapUeattaf cash. Can be seen at ClewiaIon new touch and sew Day er to em- log research program L 1 being Saturday j

U to I Bridge 84.-... Park Are.LaBeoe. Tire and Recapping. Phone machines on display Glade P. O. Be* re- supported: 1 by the governmentand Fer Informal. Call SM11Mr I
pm. Tim. 1'. O. Bes: Ml '
YU 1-2321. Jul SOp the
rom Mercantile Co. Authorized CLEWBTON of American Cancer So- *. Jells SaJee. Frep/ietor
6r" Dan a Week ORege Singer agent will be at >> per- cie.,. ,Even In leukemia cancer :
EVERY roB I SALE One office desk CARITHERS!: RADIO TV of the blood, live are being JrHarlem"
TUESDAY formica, also student' desk extended. But if
1Qr every Saturday. Pleas call [ present
ran SpUf of Moment EVINRUDESale secretary I chair, and two stenog. YU 24441 or come in 108 la an continue about. million living Club ':
PIcaICi ,shalrs. Double A Roofing Co.Su.rlaDd Bond Street, tic Agri-firms Americans wU eventually h.vec.ncer' Favorite Mixed Dunks Fried ;i ,
JrIJea East of Oewisten and'Service I Highway, YU 3113Ltfo spring wand nab Hamburger 1 rr !
Bart Beachttendoa many The citizen of th.H.rlem other Sandwich : ,. i I

New sad Used Meter. 4-H : *erve Community are asked to please. .Recorded Popular Band Music ; j y3Er

Cattlemenbeeneellia Maria Hardware "1 .,. ..... .,. .,. .... active make your contribution ro you and lira win *WaBaeorreprieter \ (.
SPEOAL-CoUege nave not already done For ; ,
Fart and Aeceaeerle *
with degree la the feder information. Please contact t
khyDoe .. Martae Safety KvstpaMut
sciences are being Mrs J. 8
the bu Gajadha. YUkon 2r -
his. is. !."****'"*,*y: Plea ,YDkan t-ttll /&WIIRY agribusiness. One r<51. Your contribution whether I ,
with firm 1* launching a small
of La or. large win be appre Hilton's Grocery
R. E. WALDRONFor program "to entice 'ciated.

kal Land Bank jJW A .' 11l1RIIFREE careers.pie Into" following Perusal' HeailoaiMr Grocer Vegetable;.r Cold r e Drink a h Meat,'Iw. Essential : ,

lees WsteW. ,This company also em *. Mae Helen Floyd of Item
prompt Efficient must *..ppreclate your patronMr. :
Z. HATs Borne delivery student to major In I Plant City Fla.. 1* visiting Jar I,. .
entomology j in indefinite period of time la3ewlston. *U Mr '
OF TEEB: MIAMI D.U.D ... plant are 4 Thanten EOte ,' 1 I
adeaestdftaetd( horticulture and beck She is the.house Freprletor*
Call Bobby GideonsTampa AT by annually offering \ "
larships of $800 each follow
'w1 YV I-un sophomore They {

anu Electric. J : Al Fuller'sMary protection.area of crop ; rate to, Elite Cafe and Grocery

blal sassy feae"I One of the mw: LOCATION
I the scholarship 1*
dame and Corner Tennessee and Fourth 'Ii

membership for at Streets
here .
Iun.IJAUICOCK'S Ft Myers Garter Paint a Store year California The Chemical acholanhlp to Home Cooked; Food 000kJq} Sandicbeti ;Cold Drlnlli. Cam' : !. I

"' I em and Ice cream .
:":, News Press "Ortho Division of San of Exclusive Atmosphere "I I I
ill : '.' Complete' Line of Paint and Buppttet "Talented young or in I '
: 8ERVTCg4AtiON8ERIcE .' t1. r be needed fa'' .. 1 local Service with a smile ,J ; .
Rom DeBvery \ Phone YTT 2-3281 : ,"
: I ;btr..1IJd Dr. M. H. forget to purchase
W. 0. CAMPBELL a dewiiton New I
""L All. JlrJQRl Phone 24791 1144,E. Sngarland Hwy. ClewJ.ton, Fla.4V California( Chemical's : teem m} r ,
In" a... [\of agronomy, "so we YUkon 2-765 1 "'*. '
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.. Ei&ht THE CL1IWISTOl'f: NEWS t7ewlstess Moore Haven Road") and radio-telephone so they cancan W. A. Baker joins --
Thursday July 23. IH4 C:30 Sunday afternoon. their mother, they can (Continued from Pale 1)) ----...
Impact crushed the front while away hour like they were Mr. Baker'f responsibility If You
of the car and spun it TwoperBill nothing. will Include liaison 1m product
the Sugar Act program and The three boys In the and merchandising be-
ASC elections storage facility loans. were Larry W. Rasberry, Overweight women are making tween usage manufacturer and company
Ballots will be cast by the driver; Arman Harry, says.. a ereat to do lately about to customer and Industry HaveSomething
all known eligible\ voters and Ronald S. Stade, 20 all ailing for week If some of and supervision of all dealer
: due in August receive a ballot which H ll&1ooD.,Texas. There were them. fatties eau squeeze Jutoth promotion and advertising;: In
returned September 1 n-Ss cone, there Wula ber i
rat belts in the car.
addition, he will serve as training :
I. Richard L. Pape county officer counted in the election. t food problm. coordinator an4 recreation .
The engineer on the train was Dolt
pleted Instructions will > ,
I manager for Agricultural eluded in the mailing ; Launt of Lakeland. Vcp:', I don't want -any pail lupervlSOi''i\; $< f (I
Stabilization and Conservation ballots Trooper Dave Tbmlinson, who of this apace travel Justtook The Baleen will reside In Mlami -
Service, states that "e election assisted by Deputy, Sheriff it what almost happened to '--,/ when the building of' their To
j of ASC farmer-jc-'riltteemen Dyess. said tire marks Dick Tracy and his crowd n5me completed The
to serve as local a-In.nistrators
the Buick skidded :
r i ill be held First graders
of the ASC program Yo
50 feet before the ImpactThe
during AugustFarmers driver was charged with/ BUY
f. who ar? taking part 7 to stop for railroad EconomicalWay. !
, of"are eligit'.a: to take part In register Aug ,. Damage to the car
The Lutheran Church of the Glades
one or more of the farm programs estimated at 1000. ", '
Registration lor all first d ,aG
committee administers
which the
are qualified to vote ers in the Clewiston Cr "PREACHING CHRIST CRUCIFIED AND RISEN"Ste RENT >. .H 1
1 in the election. School has been set for Canal claims : -
.' Programs administered by the August 7th. Parents are
j committee Includes agricultural! to bring a birth Peter's Lutheran Church ** V l :'
t conservation program acreage other document snowing life of ;
allotments commodity Joans, birth date. womanMrs.
i, Last names between Belle Glade Try Placing] j
i ten A and M will be Anita Ruth Williams, 46, .
.,. from 8:30 to 11:30: and of Hayden Williams, own- An *"
DID YOU! KNOW between N and Z will be of an Ice delivery service in Driver licenses should be re Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. ;
ALCMINTM AWXIXGSPrevent tered between 1 and I p. lade and aunt of the Belle newed during the month of your
k win Mrs. Mabel Maglll. Mayor Lebron Williams, birth every two years. If you Divine Worship, 10:30: a.m. Ad Jn
r*"r draprt a dfunltnre urges parents of all : when her car careened off were born In an odd year you
fr m fading tering first grade to 80 Into a canal adjacent to renew in every odd year. If you RICHARD T. R08EMAN pastor .The j
Lewer year air rsaitlriseiIngbffl register them on the date South Bay Plantation camp were born in an even year, you
l evening The Church of THE LUTHERAN HOUR and
FMd .... a" leek fr Trooper Art Larsen. who In renew every even year. &jj ClassifiedPages "
storm prttertfea .
unhurt the accident, with
Stop rate tnm klewbg to Boys ;
Bay Police Officer Clynn ,
BeaoUfy the eateries d say Mrs. Williams was to rnmobny, loneliness beat Of
yew kesaeTHendry hits trainThree traveling west when cold pain and noli*. .
County car car careered on the road I can think of a few more :: ':: ,' .
Aluminum Sale.ae..I1" went between two of the reasons. ( n'IIIII" :01.t.IJI'' 'IIJ'_1t.'J' Just Phone
Texas boys were pines which line the Some women are "out of thisworld" "
I' ". TV I-ztZl jured when an Atlantic at that point, and Into the anyway. A little further ,/ ,.. The
Acres from Feet Office "
Line freight struck their Three Clewiston women wouldn't hurtScientists \
I the crossing on SR 732 ( .. Dean Strachan, Mrs. Bob- claims that the THRIFTYDRUG YU 3-1201
Hammond and Mrs. dem- moon Is covered with a layerof z .
Thomas taw the top of the dust Let the gals take their News
in the water and reported vacuum cleaners and oily mops
police who dove into the wa and get rid of the mess. And Place
t Now A & P and and brought the body Wives are always griping be- Or Come
1 f1" cause they never get to go anywhere -
: ; Plaid Stamps'a This Is a god chance Into.The .
to send them on on: good long Your Ad
v Offer 11::: Larsens case trip. And at gjv't Mpense Luncheon Special Daily BusinessOffice
J If there's any farm of life on
Jrl gets disposition foreign planets It will probably *< and
look ghastly Women! can roll
County Judges court Mon their heir in those horrible rollers Roast Tom Turkey with dressing, An Experienced
[ : ,, Mary Larsen and Lorian pant their eyelids with
tr' [fJff'f ] charged with contribut that purple gunk and fit rlght\ p gravy, cranberry sauce, "ADTAKER"Will
to the dependency of min In v 1th the worst of things iVI collard mashed
were fined $1,000 or six ,h hen, psychiatrists wo- greens, potato
., suspended upon pay ry fcijwt-thc probteA of bore Italian bread or hot roll Glady
of $300 or 90 days each dom. Females,teeJovercothis j :
credit allowed for time .isi'y.: ,Given,*.toffee cue. Assist You

Home Ti .. Hendry, provided and Glades both leave coun 58c or 2 for 98c

: DeliveryofPLANMPoiftSlli Fuller's Follies THE Fountain Special THE CLEWISTON NEWS

asl'I By AL FULLER flflSCIEDCEII100ITOR n Strawberry Shortcake .. 35$ "/

\j P Ij I to have think a woman they're in apace the n' '.:tt
\J':' I. ;THIS IS ALL YOU DO years.! My'. much wife's been controversy In orbit l itf._ t ,,,1t'JI'mll'll f _'I"II'1t Advertising doesn't cost. it PAY

J %1. Select We'gifts you want from as whether or not to have
astronauts. Most men
::4 the thousands of beautiful items ;
the thought.
'. :\1\ Illustrated in the Plaid Stamp at
From an Inborn Instinct All
Gift Catalog. the ages when there Accurate l
2. Bring your gift list and the ra- been new horizons to con-
= quired number of filled Plaid" it has been up to big oT CHEVROLETmakes
,, Stamp saver books to any A 4 l P to do It. ComplefeNews
: store in this area. Women have changed des
L 3.The Store Manager will give you with their tricky ware
r' In order form. Fill In the order all It amounted to was
form completely. a fire in men's hearts. Coverage
I I 4.Tear off and "keep: the receipt spark Is easy to flick but It all types of quality trucks
j.,.; stub from the order1 form. Place .. a pile of good wood to
,,' theorderformfilled Plaid Stamp a roaring fire.
Wells plain oT everyday hor
saver books and required taxes
\ are O. K. But when it
r !Inside. Drop!the sealed envelope to leaving this entire
In the Plaid Stamp Redemption Container earthly horizon\ and ; AN i;cor.ONDOI ,
5.Your gift will l bo delivered to your way out to a cold lousy 1)1-
1' home In about 2 weeks I say that if the women P<<
It let them have it. I Mi
even seen most of Flor-
1 IIiiII1JiIIiIIi0vI1tNrfl yet. 1 Yew$24 4 Me*** $12'!
It has been proved that wom- I M.... $< '1
are better suited for spice ...... ... IMl/k. NFM
Scientists state that wom-' -r .... NIA'
consume less food and oxy ca..to: .. ..... A.II.
are more radiation resis OM M..I _
.. .. existPS.ie
and less prone to heart at
; They are less susceptible

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The Clewiston Trailer Sales, Inc.

"Serving Hendry and Glades Counties" Invites you to see the following Mobile Homes on displayat

'I' the sales lot.10'xSO' .

Marlette . . $4450.00 ,
2 bed 1 bathcompletely
PRESSWORK. 111 : furnished flatfioor ChevrQ|?( delivery with the low price tag and

i ,t' 10x55' Marlette . . 5150.00 ; he engine up front. Over 40 sq. ft. of completely usable
PRACTICAL 3 bed 1U bath floor space almost 7* ftlong. Can
puancea. full
including all. I carry a ton paylpad.

t,, PRICES and 4urnlahln6Marlette Commander 10'x60' and leaf .
5995.00 Windshield is
I .big flat
'f '. practical onfepieceunit.
three bedrooms, authentic Side.doorsnd
i Early American including an rearwindows are optional at extra cost.
T i I No:job too large or furnishings plus O. E. Washer

R small. -
/ Holiday House Only $3300.00 CHEVROLET

\I'' ; 2 bedrooms "< ii
your printing needs,

y i I L -,ol1'll find us ready, willing and USED ,.
: .. I able to fill QUAIITV T UCKS COST uss
I y Great Lakes 10'x55'
. $4350.00
: .. .
I ; ;, :, Give v' a call for; free estimates t 2 bed IMMACULATE
Front Dining Room.
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:.- "I; : Telephone
.T your Chevrolet deader
about frock
I of
I -/, / .. say type
:1 I': l i.:: The CLEWISTON NEWS Airstream Self contained, travel trailer ., .. $2500.00 / / / .. .... .."N.N ,NNNNNN ...,fl6W l

: \ Phone YU 3-1201 Central ; *
I ;: P. o. Bpx 1236 Clewiston. Flajf Bally except w... 1 .... t* .... Chuck" Wells
i PUSH* BR5 OF Sonday alter Church Motor I c.
ffiBiDRY COCNTY NEWS: GLADX3 COUNTY () ( Cvroc.Sug4rland
VA. 21 Been dewbtoa. Fla. I
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I PB35NK: OR ft-2911 PHONE: WH Highway Clewiston, FIa.Pa. YU .

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