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 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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a ':J.: -Dedicafed to the advancement 01 Hendry County and J.merica' Sweetest Town- ,:; 1

7 s' + li VOLUME n NUMBER U CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 30, 19S. Return Portage Guuut.Hcl.. See. 545,7, P.11. Subscription $4.00 7eag ,1 J Jt.li

Lift Found! Heroic act saves life of Seminole-1 I 'I I H sssssnl

A lost puppy hat been
p._ found. Chamber directors An act of heroism which gavea
Felda test well Calvin Peacock
gaVeM g Too can read about It lathe potential tragedy a happy I

;rhr classified ads thin week. tgets meet TuesdayThe ending was' performed by two
Last week, we reported South Florida men Sunday afternoon
finding a lost bicycle throughthe pumper regular August meetingof dies in crashCalvin when they rescued
the directors of the Chamberof
M classified column three Seminole Indians whosecar
: Commerce will be held in
Perhaps this poppy k The second test well drilledat Peacock, 20 year old went Into the canal ono
the Pit Room of the Glade
yours, or yon may know the Felda for Sun Oil Company Pahokee boy, was killed In a half mile west of the outskirts
t ewner. show enough promise that a Restaurant Tuesday, August 4th. one-car auto crash on US 27 of Clewlston. Dwelley Monroe t

Classifieds get results! pumper will be installed to deb All Chamber member are early Sunday. Injured and still Biggs, Slater Road. Fort My-
ermine the quantity and quality welcomed at any directors'meeting. a patient in Hendry General err..assisted by Lawrence Wei- I

of oil found reported "rough Hospital, Clewlston. was the ley Meredith''' of. West Ventura "

necks" with the Largo Drilling driver Carlo Ralnerl. 20, also of Avenue, Clewlston, were credited
COM contractors for the test Pahokee.; with saving the life of 23 '
well Women heardeArmas year old Brown Shore
Peacock who was
was clear of ,
t Clewiston
carpet The 100-foot tall drilling rig the car, which was' driven pulled unconscious from the

( t ?k has been' dismantled and 1 I. moving talkThirty through a road barricade on the submerged car, i
to Sunniland to drill two portion of US 21 now under construction -' Trooper Dave Tomlinson who 1
store is now openA additional well In the Sunni and Ralnerl was injured investigated the' accident .and, lIS
land producing tVld. member of the Clew when the car hit a bridge .assisted the rescuers' after he 'j
new firm. Clewlston Carpet The Sun Oil geologist D. J. limit Business and Professional and careened Into a canal after arrived at the scene, reported' j

Customs, opened its door lathe Munroe, made no statement, but Women' Club and their guests skidding 218 feet on the pavement that the 1960 Chevrolet .driven: ,iIj
Miller Building in Clewlston appeared optimistic about the attended a luncheon meeting In by 24 year old Elsie Jean Bowers '1

last week. Bob Berry and Johnny Felda well when he left for the the Pit Room of the Glades Bill:Sutton W Ventura Ave., of Brighton Reservation ,

Tomlinson who have a similar state capital this week. Restaurant Tuesday to hear Luis and Billy Gentry, both of dewIston veered off the 4-lane highway .
-.. business in Fort Myers, are Jack Frederick, foreman of de Armas speak on Communism were first to reach the while traveling east, shearedoff
UUTEIR PHOTOGRAPHERS HAD ALB bvlted to "bring< their cameras .1011<<" doe' owners and operators of the new' the Largo crew, Bald the well i* and How it Happened In'' scene, shortly after the 1:30: a utility pole and continuedinto

DAY when the fens load ef Mba CnW ew accepted! and the girls amUed graciously store, which specializes In carpets 11,," feet down, the depth ,of Cuba. a.m. accident Sutton pulled the anal Only the rear

saw eonlnUnts mide a scheduled hoar-long .la posing< for the hntterbntTS., alfnlng aato- tile and linoleum. the Sunniland wella, which are Mr. deArmas has made similar Ralnerl from the submergedcar bumper of the car could be seen, .(, '
il Old South Bar B Q Rank la Clewls- graphs and chatting< with those who came to presently producing about lit talks to two other clubs In and Gentry rushed him to above the water. Shore was '" '
.1 Both men have had extensive' barrels of oil each per day. Clewlston and many of those the' hospital, where he was seated on the right: of the front (;
to !the contest it Miami Beach. see and them. STAFF !
route greet PHOTO
n experience in work andinvite '
i carpet ,
The Installation of a pumperon present Tuesday had heard from found suffering from cerebral seat and caught the' brunt of
inquiries from anyone interested the well indicate the company others of the Importance and concussion and facial cuts. HI* the Impact with the telephone,
Christie, new Baptist pastor in the various type of feels there may be enough the excellence of his talk. Having condition 1* improved and considered pole. "

otary Fellow who war presented for induction Ask truck route carpets and floor converlngs.Estimates oil to justify production. Test watched his ,country-once satisfactory. Peacock's Biggs, driving his light truck ]
by Frank Polhlll. The are furnished without welts which do not hold promise and happybecomeCommunistdominated
prosperous body was found on the bank of just ahead of the Seminole' '
speaker was introduced by Ted for south countyA cost are m e reI y "capped". he had the canal; he ha* suffered skull car, saw the accident In the
peaks to club Gallo, program chairman for Pumper installation require in spent much time and thought In' and neck injuries. Trooper, H. rear View mirror and backed 'j'

the month. group of landowners in the additional expenditure almost analyzing how It came about E. Whaley credited Sutton and his truck up the highway and

n Stows. of Melbourne, who south Hendry county area met County budget equal to that of the drilling. It In his talk he first dispel the, Gentry with saving Ralnerl' plunged Into the water removing ,.

Nityr completed a year ofT in the Pit Room of the Glades was reported mistaken Idea many Americana life by their prompt action only his shoe Miss Bowers ,
abroad under a Rotary New Principal Tuesday evening, and by their The Felda well located west have that Cuba war a poverty Peacock was well-known in and the third occupant of the ,'

.owship. wai' speaker at the invitation Commissioner R. C. meeting TuesdayThe of Highway 29 on the Red Cat- ridden country by quoting eta, the Glade area through his car, 30 year old Jlmmle Smith,. ',
rjton Rotary club'i lunch Howling was present Their tleCompany ranch. tlstlcs which show that prior to. football activities. He playedfor came out of the submerged car,
neetinf Monday, Stowe at- arrives at C.H.S.Clarence concern Is for a paved road county commissioners the Castro regime<< it was prosperous the Belle Glade and later and were helped ashore,' but .

ed the European Institute into the area over which the will consider the tentative budget healthy progressive the Pahokee teams, and graduated Bins found Shore in the floorIn

Business Administration In J. Chapman, of Fort sugar cane trucks and other as advertised list week.and 1st graded calf and its people had educational from the Pahokee High the rear of the car, apparently -' ',
nee in Institution laid to Pierce, li the new supervising farm trucks can be routed to will adopt a budget it their advantages equal or superior to School. He was a veteran of the knocked unconscious by: .'
:ie only one of 1U kind In principal of dewlston High keep them off the Clewlston meeting Tuesday in the courthouse all other countries in the Americas U.S. Navy, and was employedby the blow, He pulled him out ;
world It was' founded In Schools and began his duties Streets, especially streets fro at LaBelle. The meeting sale, on FridayS including the United States.It the J It L Engineering Corn and on the shoulder' of the highway
ud offers a one year trial there Monday morning Mr. quented by children. starts at 10 .m. and it b understood was because the Cuban citizens piny, at South Bay. assisted by Meredith. who- r

course of study Chapman has been principal of Their proposal i* that the the budget will be the 60 calves from Sugar- were too engrossed in Services were held In Paho had driven Up behind the Sera- '

J itudents are required toe Falrlawo' Elementary School, county commission extend the first item on the agenda.All land and SUU Ranches, Clewl. amassing their own fortunes, kee First Baptist Church Tuesday holes began resuscitation work. I :
of their
taking care own burin
a knowledge of three lIDo Fort Pierce, and was' formerly Flaghole! Road south and east persons concerned with ton,! will be among the 1,100 ness and their own families, and, afternoon. Shore' lungs were filled with .' "'
la, English, French and assistant principal of Dan Me- to tie in with 132 where its present the budget who have suggestions who will be graded and sold at "turning their back" on what water, and artificial respiration
lID! ; and were required to Caxty High SchooL paving end This will require to make, or complaint to the ,Glades Livestock Market In the. was administered for some time
war happening government
Ift dent In two of them and about nine miles.{ new voice'! are asked to express, tomorrow (Friday) In the first 4-H camp quota before he revived. Tomlinson '
,A native of Pennsylvania] : the them at this'meeting.: that. the the work of the two i '
to understand and read road. }\. E. Kreidler. one*f the 'ei.thred;; Graded 'Feeder Calf able to,take. over. He explained praised <
dud. Stowe said the course new principal:! received: his B 5. landowners In the area, laid Sales In Florida this year.It w.1n which men and said, except for their r '
the subtle -
aught at Slat Teachers College in Indiana 1 11 has vacancies" 'prompt action: (he Seminole 'i
by visiting banker 90% of the right-of-way needed a sort of preliminary the "divide and conquer" method ,
lecturers, following the Har1 Penna. and his master has already been offered free. Presbyteriansbegin "Judgment da,." for the calves. of Communists worked would have drowned.
the ,
tut method of teaching. degree, at the University 01Plttabur State grader will look over the Tomlinson said Miss Bowers .!
Represented at the meetingwere American citizen There arc for five '
and he urgedthat spaces '
dnesi In Europe does note ,. He had done additional Glades County Sugar :young animals and classify them become concerned with more 14year and over 4-H reported that she fell asleep at, J : I ,
the status that it does in graduate work at the Grower Cooperative Anode additionWork by grades Then prospective the working of their government members of Hendry county In the wheel; that she had "been r. !
Culled University of Florida and the the night before" and :
States said Stowe. tion, Montura Ranch and oth buyer will begin bidding at and look upon politics asan the quota for Camp Cloverleafat partying
i ranked one step lower so- University of Maryland His ers. A representative of the was started Monday 7:SO p.m. for the young steers, honorable profession and one Lake Placid, August 10-13( had no sleep; she was' en routeto
'7 and otherwise than the class-room specialty Is mathematics that who art then destined ,to spend the Seminole Restaurant In
Sugar Co-op estimated morning on a $27,843 additionto in which they should be proudto said Jerry Flint sponsor of '-H
""* The and he taught that subject Clewiston where she was to substitute f
Institute, thereIt there would 165 cane trucks per the Clewiston Community the rest of their lives on feedlots take part work in Hendry county, who
somewhat of,an Inovam before going into the field the road during fattening to maturity as for another Seminole girl
day passing over Presbyterian Church. The new Mrs. Harriet Zauel presidedat would like to see the quota filled j
:.. European educational of administration.Mr. the harvest season. building will replace) the old beefon-the-hoof. the meeting, and welcomedthe "Thl 1 I. a camp designedto ii waitress to She was chargedwith vehicle'under
failure have her
Chapman spent five yeiri The group adopted resolutions Parish House, which was Clew Florida Cattlemen's Assocla-, guests. The program was meet the interests of the old- control. Jlmmle Smith '
wen M student from with the Navy Department In voicing their request to the lston' first and only church for thou Florida Department of Agriculture arranged by Miss Marjorie er 4-H members, and only 14 with drunk- 'I" ,
charged public ;
county board and plan letter The Parish House Florida Association of and and was
wtrles attending last year Washington DC ai educational many year Daughtrey. over boy girl may (
I tilt speaker; 27) were from research specialist where his to other organization asking war recently tom down after It Agricultural attend.
.11 from Britain, 14 from duties Included preparation of them to Join in the request asa wa considered unworthy of rebuilding There will be teen iger from
nary, T from Sweden, and curriculum: for officer's training safety measure. and repair. riculture teacher of Floridaare AT&T microwave Broward, Collier Dade, DeSoto ,
'tt from various slow schools, and performing the research The county commissioners The' contractor is Kennedy cooperating In sponsoringthese Hendry Highlands. Hillsbor-, FCD cuts levyonefourth
JI1nI his year of study he .required for individual have previously discussed an Construction Company, who has sales This second will be system installedA ough, Martin Paom Beach Polk
JWortunities\) to visit ley officers and specialists In some almost Identical road project 100 day to complete the build- August T at Gainesville and the and St Lucle counties at the
1 Rotary of the newer technological post designed to take the sugar cane Ing. The building was' designed final one will be October 2 at crew of four highly skilled four-day camp. A program with mill 1 !
IDd et sFIn ontslnbleau tions. and other farm traffic away by Penny and Konschin, of Klsslmme These FCA sponsored communications technicians, employed plenty of recreation and educational

rt the Institute Is located Mr. Chapman's family consists from Pacific Avenue In Clewls Belle Glade. graded sales are the eon- by Western Electric 11 1 group meetings has been A reduction of one-quarter of .f, I I
t. G. Vaughan presided of his wife, presently bookkeeper ton and Hooker's Point This son'i Llghllght busy completing Installation of planned. Subject matter of the C mill In the tax levy of the it\ I
Bitting. Two new mem- for the Sunrise Tractor proposal 1* to extend Flaghole Calf producer from Osceola: equipment in the radio relay programs will' be civil defense, Central and Southern Florida I

were Inducted. W. P. Jemi Co., In Fort Pierce a daughter, Road S'uth to the Hill Grade, county south art seindlng calves tower on US 2'1. a half mile human nutrition, family relations Flood Control District war made !
and east to connect with 832. It here- to the sale and feeder calf north of Hendry' corner. This
ducted! a very brief In- Linda, who graduated from says career exploration and official by action of the board "
for Clyde Hatfleld. a high school this year and a ion, Now under construction 1 11 the buyer from all over Florida 1 I. one link in r-a multi-million) other areas of Interest The recreation In a meeting last Friday. Eighteen ,
President of the club, re- Kent, who will be a 6th grade paving of a road extending from will buy lizardsDid a* well a* out of state will be dollar chain of microwave radio will include swimming, South Florida counties are l.
Liquor Store corner, directly on hand for the bidding. Future relay !tower which the American
J !Warned to Clewlston. pupil Mack's cookouts, dancing, and games. affected by the cut. .:
BIll north to VS 27 without know sell Farmers, 4-H members and other Telephone and Telegraph (Continued
Bolton Inducted Bob Mr. Chapman li a member of 1M ym eaa on Page 8) (Continued on Page, 8)
the Lions Club, the American passing through Hooker's Point ehaatetoeiMi er plant little youth' organization members Company 1 Installing for speedy ---- -.-..'. .
"f '
MGIS Legion and the Loyal Order of green lisards. which are are expected to be on hand to and efficient long distance telephone '

'. **** COWS Moose. Both he and his wife qnlto penman la this area? learn more about the qualify use. Spaced about thirty 11 k
dewlston. rePurchased have taught Sunday School Observation Id. The classified page this demands of buyer and to learn mile apart these concrete shelters ----1--i

\\acua rows four register- classes In the Episcopal ChurchIn week tell key* and girl by watching the grading procedure and attendant 200-foot steel
from Mead M Fort Pierce. where they may aefl These what the authorities look towers will transmit up to 4,800
Lozabatchee, ITorlda.; bought by FCD creature .. a adeetist wile for In judging animals. long distance telephone conservation .
Is' using them ta research John D. Stile, chief of the slmulataneously. WorkIng -
C werk.YsoTl. Market Bureau of the state's on the local Installation
Observation Island which 1 11 find all sorts ef .Interesting Division of Marketing, says the are R. E. McVey. and J. O.
destined to disappear beneaththe advertisements In graded sales are educational Haynes, Orlando, Bob Porter :, NJeF )
t waters of Lake Okeechobeewhen the classifieds. for everyone. Producers and and Sherman Sosensky, West

the level I* raised after U'. smart .. ose them buyer get together to exchange Palm Beach They are Installing H
completion of the levee Central sod smart. read them regularly << view on cooperation for mutual the equipment on the tow F ltd"s 6
was' purchased by the .... benefit er between Clewlston and Moore ,
and Southern Florida Flood Control Calves will be checked in, Haven and the one at Palmdale.The .
District Friday M $32.400. line of towers
tailed and weighed at the extends I
r. The Island wa* owned by JamesIC. market. They will be herded north from Miami through the
Brady. When the work of increasing through the auction ring to. be central part of the stale to Polk \
the height of the levee Teach children graded and branded with paintto City. .r

r surrounding Lake Okeechobee: your designate the quality.A The new communications system
: fl is completed: the level of the select few' calve those 1* li nearly automatic a*
: lake will be raised so it can traffic safety devl .
meeting the stringent "J'.nC) man can Inside the windowless -
serve as a storage basia for II standard-win be auctioned In alrconditloned building

much water a* possible. Observation singles allowing 4-H and FFA 1* a horde of electronic equipment ? t,
Island. well-known WEAR youngsters a chance to acquire designed to be completely
fishing and boating enthusiasts potential show animal for club self-auatalning and to work automatically.

I 1 1d will' be submerged.One project The 200-foot tower
r member of the TCD a. D. Cooker, manager of has four antenna to receive and

N board-Stanley Koller of Melbourne (gWHITE Cladei Livestock Market !III the transmit radio messages and Ij j
i -yam -opposed the purchase, luctloner one video circuit; the eight relay
saying he did not believe it bays each will handle 600 : I

proper for water storage land long-distance call, for a total .
to be bought with district money f LD phone bills of 4.800.

; that the purchase should be AFTER The equipment inside the

paid by the general fund of the DARK now IBM producedA building 1 X. operated entirely
state However, on the premise from wet cell batteries'outside;
that the ISO acre island i I. land new type IBM long distance electric current 1* purchasedfrom

L IS kEADyG which will be flooded' by the statement is now Included with Glades E1ectrl Cooperative
"datrr FOR HEW TERM m.- here paintSe FCD project, the other members telephone' bill Issued by the Inter and 1* used solely to chargethe << ,,' '
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..4 Daeb teDIa, at Clerrbt.a IH.i Sehwl are J. B. Stan of the board stated It was' County Telephone System batteries. There 1* a 12 volt BENEATH '
.. Tlere. TIle .|..... Ian wielding< tile water a proper use of district funds according to 3. N. Johnson, string, a 24 volt string, a 130 THIS tOe-FT. STEEL TOWER ADJACENT TO US
....heOywg. Staarn', granddaughter, WM 'and voted for the purchase. of Clewiston president Previous telephone volt string and a 230 volt stringof *7 wear, the Gladea eeonty fine. Berth ef Clmrlstoa. Western t f'I
ire 4gW. Observation Island contain City bin included the 1n lv1du.e1lon, batteries. Eteetrle tochnielaaa are completing InstaDsUosi for America
'fersaoT 1 located: distance ticket that Telephone I
cement 150 acre of land were prepared The radio message actually and Telegraph Cempaajr ef s.l..mare ndle relay < ,
asps .f paint. tram ** Underneath the painter between Clewlston and Moore Police Department by the Operator or theAlltom.tie travel down the tower and backup mlcr wan equipment which' win handle 4.8M asamUe! ,:

etickl.g. M the eement fleer. Haven along the southwestern Direct Distance Dial-,, again< through rectangular bag< .distance calls. A aerie ef suck tower I :
STAFF mom of Lake Okeechobee. (Continued CID Pace 5) (Continued kehtc haul
bores: on Page I) frem Mis ml to reft Clty.-OTAFF FHOTO.I "

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Blackwelder, Wayne Morfaa.
at Fort Leonard
,. Two THE CLXWISTON NEWS dewiiton. Ilk.' Yes, we said FREE. There are many jobs in this Capt. Smith was for over- August 2-Hubert Post, Wayne
Wood, poised
Thursday, July 30. 1964 world which are Just crying to be done, for which there i' assignment Icing Greg Rlcketson, Dale usethew ---....
no money to pay labor. seal for Cato, Martha Toulls, Mrs. Sugarland
< AUtons! Drug Store Marjorie Row. ANT
Bobby George
THE CLEWISTON NEWSPublished The inability to keep enough adult leaders has been a a month while the manager and lee C. L. McLendon.

every Thursday at 100 Central Avenue, dewiston.Florida serious handicap to many worth-while youth organizations pharmacist medical Parker Wilson treatment, was August >- PIZZAYU
by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. 4-H Clubs need leaders; Girl and Boy Scouts and Cubs heed undergoing August 4-C H. Booth. Leslie ADS
Entered as Second das Matter February 1, 1927, at the leaden;; church youth organizations need leaders."'Recreation Hanson Curt Thompson.And 2.3311
Poet Office In Clewlston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of programs need leaders. Worth-while health organizations TEN YEARS AGO ( Happy Anniversary,
March 3. 1879. need leaders; the Cancer Crusade, the Tuberculosisand (From Clewtoton News, Helen and Dave Click)
Respiratory Disease Association; the Heart Association July 2*, 1(54)) August 5-Lowell Sanders, Anne -
OR1pq NATIONAL EDITORIAL' the March of Dimes; there are many programs: which Clewlston Eldson Owens, Mrs. C. H.
( A C UldH need helpers. .i> The First Bank of Booth. THE
: : reported deposits were up August *- Mrs. Douglas Ballard -
1: =- en 'JLUflY 111 Don't be timid about offering your services. Just J let t the 000 over the previous year. Bob Adams. raj Is a means of comllllltllcatinc
,! VI y word get around that you would like to be of service, and The Hendry county commissioners August 7-Parker T. Wilson.! ow friends on earth, lit
1 Oc .rose 0 Subscription! Rates 14.00 per year you will soon find that you are needed.If prepared a tentative Lewis Blount, Eva Wlmberly, Prayer if a mean of
(Return Postage Guaranteed) budget totaling $290,027, and Ned Helve,. ? COIIIm1lDiQl.
log with
!' 1fON. BERYL BOWDEN Publisher you do not know how to offer your services,*phonethe calling for the same 12% mill August s-Lutle Robbins Earl heaven. our Father
' S. tt STALLS, Managing Editor local Chamber of Commerce office; the secretary is levy as the previous year. Dyers, Sr., Evelyn Ford, ..t and Go to church ZiJ'
Telephone: dullness and EdItorial. YUkon 3-1201 quite accustomed to people asking for all sorts of information Dorothy Steele and Robert Homer M. Cox. a el. ; "prl7 without ceasing '
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves and she will probably be able to pass your name < :17))
the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! First Methodist Church, Elkins,
THEl NBW8 ammo no roaponilbllltf (.. the rtturn .( anoIleltM before entering service, was W. Va. Public libraryhas Community Presbyterian
a tnanuBcrlpU or photoarapb and Church
Now Roberts son
THe NEWS aoauiM no financial riponilblllty for trposraphlral History shot down in enemy territory Mrs Helen
I orror or oommlMlon la adv.rtl..m..t but If notified while returning from a bombIng Michael, and Mrs. Isabel Powers new books 407 Royal palm Avenue
of ouch bofor tb laauo t will oor*
error foot of r print their
Wetly that part of tho aa>. .* In which tb* error ooeurrod. THIRTY YEARS AGO mission In Europe, but sun returned from a trip to HENRY HORHELL FORD Minister
of the
I. tho *Tnt a tlmo olomont would rondtr th* correction aluo- former home In Frederickton( Placed on the shelves 9:00 A. M.
vlved Worship
and made his
back 10:00
Iso., the New will reduco the prlro of tho dwrtlaamont by aa. From dewlstoa New*. way Brunswick, Canada. Clewlston Public Library recently : : A. M. Bible School,
amount equal to the poreontaco of th* total apao a. the *rron.ooua to bit own outfit In Italy. New SERMON SUBJECT
ot omlttod eoor reprntd.Reappraisal July 27.134)) Sgt. Roy M. Waldron receivedthe Lyndal Ann Agnew of Washington :

no svallsbleTWENTY Purple Heart for wounds received D. C. spent the aummer Non Fiction: The Church at Prayer"
copy while serving with the with her aunt, Mrs. W. C. Bos- .
brightens outlookThe Fun Projects for Dad and the
wen, and Mr. Boswell.
YEARS AGO 9th Army In Italy. He was a Kids-David R. Stiles
(From Clewbtw New, member of a field artillery bat The Year of the Gorilla-George
$42,000 reappraisal item In the tentative budget July ZI, 11.:t) allion.Mrs.. HAPPY BIRTHDAYS! B. Schaller

for Hendry county brings a ray of encouragement to tax. A summer bowlinv league Walter Jenklu of FortMyers July 30-Joe Sexton J. Ray
The Complete Aquarium D. Without
Folks In Clewiston which faces critical question the best
payers. a : ,
with nine full teams was underWay Beach visited her sis Jones, J. E. Baker.
situation In school construction are almost 100% behind the at Sugarland Park Alleys.Lt ter Mrs. Roy Alston. August I-Richard Griffin. Virginia Vogt
reappraisal It is expected that a number of them will express William Glrardeau of Mrs. R. N. Smith. Bob, Howard Davidson, Mrs. M. C.Varnadoe The World of Elementary Particles -
their sentiments to the commissioners and some may Jacksonville, who had been employed and Sally of Jacksonville, Barbara Blxby. -Kenneth W. Ford Apartment Site
attend the meeting next Tuesday to express their support in by the U.S. Sugar Corp. visited friends la dewlston Joann Powers, Mrs. C. D. Dating, Maune and Marriage

person. Today-Jessie Bernard North of the highway
Your Guide to Florida Landscape I
The Increase in the valuations on the tax roll this year
Plants Vol. I and n- Double with both
made for the school board into corner streets paved
it possible to go a program John V. Watkins
i for three new classrooms at the Elementary School, where
the board was planning to put in temporary buildings to Junior No* Fiction No expense for septic tank. Connect direst .
ease the crowded conditions. But the three classrooms will I am an Mexican Olive W.
be filled to capacity this year, and next year there is every Notice of Meeting DateThe Burt to new sewer. At under marie

indication that the need for more classrooms will be as Flashes and Flags Jack Co,. price of
critical! as It is this year. gins

It is inevitable that inequities should creep Into any Heart Malt Non Disease FkUoo and High Blood $2,500.
roll and In a large county like Hendry with various types Pressure-Kenneth C. Hutch.
of properties and various types of soils, it is somewhat of a Hendry County Board of County Commissioners JD, M.D.
miracle that the point when expert reappraisal became a The Concert Guide (A Hind- J. E. BEARDSLEY
{, necessity was not reached earlier. It speaks well for the book for Concert-goers and

P, 1 taxing long ago.officials that the roll did not bog down in Inequities, will hold its regular August meeting on Waterman Music-lovers) Gerhart Von REGISTERED: URAL: ESTATE BROKE

I Waves and Beached (The dynamics E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-750
But the tremendous developments In sugar cane, dims
L Tuesday August 4. :j of the Ocean Surface)
industry and home building which this county has experienced ; Wlllard Bascom
in the past 2'/j years has been greater and more ,oJ
'L varied than In any previous decade,-with the possible
.i{ exception of the period when the Clewlston sugar mill was

'; built Those with business to transact with the board

We have many acres of new cane fields,-in various ">iAjte

i stages of drainage facilities and on various types of soil; a will please note change in date.H.
new fertilizer factory, several installations for mixing feed .
a new chip mill, a new electric power, two new telephone
i t microwave radio relay towers a sugar refinery, business
w!t buildings and homes. (Schools and churches are tax- exempt S. Parkinson, chairman
and so are considered here, although they. are givena

valuation on the property roll.) 'f"r, ., \ i J LOOK AT ALL:
The only'way to reappraise the property of the county : _
I ; successfully Is to employ expert appraisers from outside EXTRA VALUE
the county, and let them start fresh. It will be an expensive FEATURES
j J undertaking but there are three well-known appraisalfirms a
In the state, and the county should be able to get a OF
j fair and Just price for the job to be done.

': Mrs. Lucille Small, who is capably handling the officeto r "I7PW
which she was appointed upon the death of her husband, Ig
the long-time assessor of the county, has been very coop- : : Sr. srE..j
erative In working with the commissioners, and has ex- kitx
pressed her willingness to have the appraisal made. Her

.. consent Is important, since by law, she is not required to
.F accept such an appraisal.

I' Then'the big Job will be to bring the actual assessment laaarr+r 1a1e1a a0r r

a of every property In the county up to the same percentage
r will be simple matter I
#' of the new or real valuation. This no
,.' in some instances; it may be necessary to step up the assessment -
over a period of a few years to avoid working
too great a hardship. If so a definite schedule of increases
should be set at the beginning so the property owner will
know exactly what is ahead.
If all the property of any county can be brought to an
equitable valuation on the tax roll with a three or four year IrsatrwrI
period, it will be a healthy situation for the economy of that

l county.

; Onlyy one commissioner did not approve the $42,000
t : item in the 19645 budget for the new appraisal. This was
Commissioner Gratton George, who did not object to the
I I reappraisal, but who oblected to budgeting for it at this time
because he sold the board had not learned enough about

o the cost of appraisals, and what the results had been In other Rambler Amarfcw 440-H Hardtop, 138 \...Buck....Conaolo Standard
counties, and in truth had not yet consulted the tax assessor -
The $42.000 amount is purely a"guestlmate" You Save
about the matter. Amana Deluxe

I clerk to the board of the; however cost, according, with that to Mrs.figure Dorothy to go on Clark thereappraisal PRICE LOW! SPIRITS HIGH EVERYTHING GO! $80

I can be undertaken and if money is left over,
well and good; if it is insufficient the amount can be madeup
by adopting a supplemental budget to transfer funds Take a good look at this fun-loving yourself is the American's great big 18,000 BTU Air Conditioner
,; from another source or, If the reappraisal is not completed hardtop. You'll see why the all-new bundle of swinging options.
within a year, the item can be budgeted In the next year. Rambler American is setting all-time Like two sue* of rakish bucket seats

sales records with.. up 46% over that recline-and you can have themin

to do last year.. luxurious table-grain; vinyl
; going
are you So glamor-packed, it may appear ex. "Five- ,-the-- oor"'Twin-Stick goy $299 Compare at $379

1 .when you retire? pensive-but wait! Your savings start packaged in a stylish console.

with tho lowest-priced sedans,hard tops, Sporty headrests, wire wheel covers ,.,)#(
1 ? convertibles and built in the and lots fun-options let tailor ,
What are you going to do when you retire wagons more you $*J .. .
U.S.. Save still with record American to taste. >
Catchup more gas ,your your year total _
? \
fl Travel? Go fishing? Sit in a rocking chair mileage. (American 440) with 125 h.p. So get more fun out of life. See your warranty ,:: .:

.. f on your loafing? won bet mileage in both U. S. economyruns Rambler dealer today. Talk American. 2 speed ,
1 Sure.-You can enjoy all of that for a few months. But this year.) These savings leave Find out how much car ,you've been with automatic thermostat

1 when It begins; to pall when you get tired of Inactivity you a lot of extra money to indulge missing all,these years.
then? 0 New
I and really seek something- fill your time-what oversize coil Hi-speed compressor

: Well we have a suggestion to make. I
0 Silent air rated
18000 BTU Nema
have a retirement
You might get a part-time job even if YOU ,.
check coming in to meet the _necessarY --x.i fun buy during the Big Rambler Selling Spree O
t the feeling or 4-way
senses and a little left over, you will enjoy making American Motors Corpora tlon-Dedicated to ExcellenceBEMBRY rust protection on all parts zinc coated

i again beina part of the wageeamlng or profit ,c____....M.aa.6d.." eut..ed-.e pl.m. tw 1....prl.ca aaad.ta

.% I! "M?; You may be surprised' to learn that people who are RAMBLER MOTORS
employrnent -
would be welcome for part.time
their Jobs
good let those GLADES CO
skill would do well to
U haw a you GAS .
l whemplrsons with that skill mow you cne Interested 321 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewuton, FUu Ph. YU 2.1201

;i! In working. "

; If( you'do not ,work lor pay how about working for Watch"On Broadway Tonight.-starring! Rudy V.IU on CBS-TV Wednesday tvenlngi- Dan McCarthyra



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sign up either at the Youth Ceo- the season but little Jerry Hob Did tArfi snder t tt> looT Oewlston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three ,
ter IN mr rely tab i look it a Thursday, July 30. 1904 I
or at the tennis court be- oubek came on to pitch in the
7bn.oA fore 1:00: p.m. Saturday. AH final two Inning and bring the
SpJJJd contestant are asked to reportat Legion team to a naif. Frank laton, four sisters, four brothers

the tennis courts by 1.00: Perry and Dennis Longston ten grandchildren and 12 EDWARDSPlumbing
p.m. on Saturday before the were standout at the plate for great grandchildren.
tournament begins. the Legion. Freddie Robertson.
Lanny Sutton, Bill Eden: and Funeral services were con- Repair I

Softball games In Each his or contestant her will compete Jerry Holoubek led the Lions ducted Saturday morning at the Replacements.Installations I
own age group
Robertson hit a
at the plate.
and will play five game apiece OU-Laughlln Funeral Home In ,
homer with two men on In the
until a champion I.i decided. the Winter Haven and Interment Trouble Shooting
bottom of the fifth to cinch '
yet this weekI"1 victory. was in the Lakeside Memorial "Septic Tank, A

,, Arts & ,,, Park. The Rev. Gene Hitchcock
adul t softball team Crosby, Mike Dual Ernie Hill. CraftsNext VFW. .._jr:::Z.. S 603-14 pastor of the Parkland Specialty

final V** ofpilIlID' Arturo Mortal and Bob Gld- week will conclude activities Elks .""......._"............ 0 000-0 Baptist Church officiated at the Call YU 2-6711
Ifl eistgrict part1cl- den*. for the playground for the Dan Nelson pitched and batter services. 325 E. Ventura
gsOD'th softb.n 1964 summer season An art his team to a 144 victory '.,'
rent lo Holi1WoocI 011 and craft display will be held over the Elk*. Again he pitched ?
10th. The aamwbaaktWa Weekly roundup at the Youth Center on Wednesday three hitless Innings before he tri
night from 7 until 9 p.m. turned the mount over to Raymond ,
igss Glada.a' with different craft projects being Rick who pitched the final '4s

zyffiSlnaewirton playground newsTetherball exhibited by the various Inning Nelson also bad a Most raw ,4yrown'in ,
Glade. Both game student from the playground perfect night at the plate, go !1o ,
and high school arts and craftsprogram. lag 3 for 3 including a three- '
1 p.m.
rt It the run homer in the first. Ken '
aID interfered and since the A tetherball tournament was The public, will be cordially Field also hit a home run for : '
last week' invited to attend. Refreshments the winner Little Ricky Bak-
available ODd held at the Central Playground
!III rat been will be served. Miss Judy Bem- er collected the only hit for the
are last Friday, July 24, and the '
er tube: lark e of playen practice. following winner received certificate bry. Miss Joyce Jones, playground Elk a* he beat out 'an Infield. FL 'R' DAe
of award: supervisors, and Miss hit In the fourth inning.LITTLE

of the district toumaSE MIdcet GlrU Margaret Bare, high school MAJOR
oUywd will compete lit Stacy Sanford craft Instructor, will be in LEAGUE STANDINGSW
tournament inV gad Terry Padgett charge of the display.
.L 1 is r.nn.d into
,. Manager: AlbertoJ ) 3rd Debby Padgett. V.F.W. u x | 2
snd Charles thealoeal<(< Midget Boy: Little Rotary ulll.--, 6 2 '4 ,'-
el confident lat Mitch Murphy Major Lions ___ e S 1 4 '
will. be 111 the state tourna lad Marvin Drake S.M.U.-------,-- 5 3 e t :

Srd Bobby Pearce Legion __..._. ... 1 1, .DMM Sahb Copodt -
;pen expected' to 10 to the Jailer Girl: League Scores Elk -i i- 0 S .... ,
pvrnament 10 Hokly'd lit Harriet McDuffle tasks of Boca Grande, and Mrs.NJ., two ions Campbell LGeorge
art Johnle Jackson. Ron- lad Susan CrotbySrd By ERNIE HILL Tamlyn, Jr. of Chatham,Nail and B E. Nan, Jr., of dew- sugar
/ v'I'D Pam Farmer JUNIOR SENIOR
JobIsOD.B1ly! Ham, Jonler Bent Am. Legion ______ 000 2- 2 MAJOR LEAGUE
gal Armando UaoO EddIe lat Steve Brannan VFW. __ ____ 201 1-13 Beardsley _____ 003 00- S
2nd Ricky Baker Don Morrow\ and Dan Nelson Vol. Firemen ..._.. 010 3x-13 .
Srd Gary Hooker collected two hit each asV Bubba Schneider did the hit. The Lutheran Church of the Glades
Bowlingnews/ Senior{ Boys :F.W. defeated the Legion 13-2. ting and Bobby Radish. the SummeR
lit Jimmy McCarthy Dennis Langston got the only pitching a* Volunteer Firemen "PREACHma CHRIST CRUCIFIED AND RISEN"Ste
lad Freddy Robertson hit for the Legion a double in defeated Beardsley 133. Earl
3rd Kenny Brannan the last Inning which) led to his Forshee also had three hits for
team scoring two runs. Dan the wiraers Including a double Peter's Lutheran Church WEEKEND SPECIALS ,
Nelson has become the surprise and Bobby Hare had two hit*.
Summerette TourneyThe pitcher of the league a* Seth Howard led his team at MEN'S MEN'SWestern

dewliton Recreation Department he turned In three hitless In- the plate along with Sammy t: Belle Glade
Team Standing win hold a "round- nings against the Legion team Lang for Beardsley. Bobby Red- Khakis Fatigue Pants
before turning the controls over Ish was credited with the win, School 9:30 ,
robin" tennis tournament for r Sunday : a.m. Large .
_. 13 'I to Bernie] Bryan In the fourth and Howard the defeat.
&bola 'age 21 and under at the city CaraoPocIIriIrRe. :

Pia Upa -.. u 11 : court on Saturday. August lit Inning.scored off Both Bryan.Legion run were Giddens _- 11 011-13 Divine Worship, 1 10:30: a.m. $4.98 pre $2.98

elti3s : 11 1 at 2;00 p.m.. with Instructor Beardsley 1 131- .. Value 'US pr.AL'S ..
Walter Comrie RICHARD y ROSEMAN. pasts
leTs :. 10 1 0grf contest directing: the S.M.U.-. .1...,,..,., 000 Giddens Furniture continued
+ _. 4 II Rotary -... ,- 012 their supremacy of the Junior- ARMY STORE
Anyone desiring to enter must HOUR and
"The Church of THE LUTHERAN
Heavy rain halted the game Senior Major League as they

I Soda Snatch which will be replayed because defeated Beardsley 13-6. Mandy THIS IS THE LIFE" (COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND)
jllcUndon .,.. 4nUT IT. FETERY LUTHERAN It fell one-haU Inning short Of Morrell and Cesar Martinet 7SS E. Sararland Hwy. dewbte.. Fla.
ii Jcin Beardsley -. CHURCHBelle the required 3V. Inning to qualify were standout for Gldden, a*
BIul ._-, 437 Glade a. a ball game. Seth Howard Wa1De'.JohuoDaDd
Rev. Richard Roseman, pastor Danny Kreldler led the
i Gin. Scratch t:SO a.m. Sunday School Legion 103 010-1 Beardsley team at.the plate

tin Jean Beardsley _. 1S4LJ 10:30: a.m.. Divine Worship LionsI..,.....-?? 013 MX-8 '
Richardson ..-..-- 171ka 1:00: p.m.. Wednesday Bible. American Legion came close Kiwanis _, 002 004-4 2nd ARMSTRONG Premium
__. 165
Byrd das ._ 014-4
to pulling the biggest upset of Firemen 100
Kiwanis and Firemen battled S

to a 6-6 tie ** darkness cause _. Miracle Nylon Tubeless
the lama to be halted. Bubba

Clewistonan l Church 1coMHCNrrr ]DirectoryFUST Schneider sparked this and team Bobby tonID Radish _

rally to tie the game In the last discount on second tire -

CHWSTIA.V CHURCH rusBTTEsiAN: BAPTIST CHUkCHin Inning. Billy Davidson had 2 50% Buy two and .avell! !
M If.' FranelMw Street 447 Reyal Fala Avee.eHenry E. Ventura AvesM hit for Kiwanis and L. W. Howard ARMSTRONG ,

18. J. Goodrich, Minister H. Ford Minister Rev. Bob L. Christie and Dwight Hitffcld were See list below
standouts for Klwanl! I
0 Lm.-Blble School. t:00 .m.-Morning Worship I 45 11'1}1r;
: a.m.-Sunday School. LEAGUE STANDINGS
I. -Communlon aDd 10:00 a.m. Sunday School"- ,11.00: a.m.-Mol'IIinIlm'lcL! ) W L TUBELESS BLACKWALLS. IJ
Worship Service.pmCommunion 8:00.).nl-Westminster Fellow.hip. .' t:45 p.nu-Training Ualoe. Giddens ..-.,..--- 7 0Firemen. ..I .
I and 8:00 p.m.-Evening Service. W J SIZE 14 TIRC 2nd TOE >, "
I Worship Service. Wednesday: *, Wednesday: Beardsley -..--.- 1 S 600-13 $2X05 11.52 ''t :
7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice.FlU 7.00: p.HK-Officers and Teacher KiWAnlS sisiimnmiuiiinir-Tf O. 6.5013 2U5 ,12JZ7 t j!
p.a-BJble Study. Meeting. 6.50-14 26X5 13.02 I

? METHODIST' CHURCH I:00 p-n. Midweek Prayer 7.00-14 27.00 13.50 "I .
MOOm PENTECOSTAL S31 W. Oeeeela A..... Service. Two boys attend 7.50-14 28.60 14JO .
OUXES8 CHURCH Re*. David Denslow. Pastor I:45 p.m.-Choir Practice. 800-14 31.35 15.67 I''
Malt U.wlate.be. 1.45: a.nu-Church School. I
.J. R. Taylor Pastor 11.00: a.m. Morning Service. 8.50-14 34.45 17.22
campTwo 28.60 1440
a.m-Sunday School. 7.00: p.-Methodlst Youth ST. MAXTDCS CHURCH
s ist-Moming Worship. Felbwahlp.CHURcn (EpIHGpaU Future Farmer from S\ 7.10-15 31.35 15.67
8 7.60-15 34.45 17.22
Wn.-Sunday Evaajellstlc 217 N. PaettJ. Clewiston, Dubby Thompson and ,
Btnlc*. OF CHRIST: Rev. Clark H. Donnan, Vicar Thomas Mann, spent last weekat TUBELESS WHITEWALLS I
SM Berth Central Arena.J. Camp O'Leno State Park
Sunday Service:
cam.-Prayer Servlc 3. Sullivan.;illaMer the Amr.rs.a.J
High Springs, attending
HIT 1:30 .. .Early Eucharist: 6.fes 600-13 $27.10 $1X55
Sunday Forestry Training Camp. They
0 Pa--Youth 10:30 a.m.-Family Service and Dl,'. peaty pee 650-13 28.85 14.42
Service. 10:00 a.m.-B1b1. School. were selected by the local chap.
Church SchooL session. esuds. ., 650-14 30.60 15.30
11.00: a.m>-Worship. ter for this one-week
.OMBSTOE MISSIONARY 7.00: p.nx-Worship., Saint and Holy Day a* announced Florida Forest Service, wood .e ad er ike ear. 7.00-14 31.75 15.87
LtlT1sr CHURCH Wednesday; product industries and the t 7.50-14 33.60 18.80
IS. N rranclsco Street 7:30: p.nx-Midweek devotionsand Confessions by appointment Florida Future Farmer Association d" 4 I h 800-14 36.85 18.42
Rev. Julian Pope Bible Study. Jointly sponsor this 850-14 40.45 20.22
8 -m.-&inday School camp, the oldest of its kind in 6.70-15 33X0 16X0
CALTAKT BAPTIST' CHURCH the nation attended this year
Jwi-MomlBg Worship. CHURCH PTA in the atate. 7.10-15 36X5 18.42
Of JESTS! CHX18TAroarotic Berth OewMosi by 126 boy
amgn.8PEvening. FAITH Rev. Herb Hlgdon. Pastor The boy received field and 7.60-15 40.45 20.22
Worship. Secth OewMoa ':45 a.nv Sunday School. das Instruction In forest practice ALL TIRES PLUS TAX FROM $1.58 to $2X9

1 Bra Luther Dixon Pastor 11:00: a-nu-Worship Service. to help prepare them for "

p.m.PrIer- Service. 10:00: a-nx-Sunday School 7.00 p.m.-Baptist Union. Training the woodlands.task :of Professional managing forester farm TRUCK SPECIALS CLEWISTON PREMIUM RETREADS
11:00: .BV-Preaching.
CIItIm 0.GOD from the Forest Service, the .
Service. .. New
H Mask Tuesday 1.00: p.ncu-Worship treads Retreads.on sound
halite Aveeee School of Forestry at the University l.
7. 0-20 $18X0 I
2R. Jo. CoUmaaWorship. Friday 7:30 p.nv-Prayer Meeting. 8:00p.m.Brothabood.Wednesday of Florida and representative tire bodies or on your own tires

0 away Behooh 'I:. Young People' : of private Industry 8.2520 $3141 Plus tax nd 4 trade-in
p.m- instructional staff
make the
e, Serv1L Meeting 7:30 p.m.-Bour of Prayer. up FFA advisor 900-20 25.70 4 f for $38.88.
P.m.-EveDinI: Thursday for the camp. tires of game size off your car

1 p.m.Praer: Service.'mYouagPeopU IIT.BA TEN BAPTIST' CHURCH 1.00 p.m.-Colr Practice. serve Course a* camp were counsellor given In tropical 10.00-20 $2X45 WHITEWALLS or NockwolU. AnT Sb. Listed

fOchway '72* forestry gum farming fire prevention Phis Tax cmd: Trade-a 5.20-13 590-13 6.40-13 6.70-13 7.00-14 560-15 6.40-15 Other
; and control!, farm lor- sdie odd
'. Bn.wavor. Rev. Vie Tuner Pastor CLEWISTON GOD ASSEMBLY OF estry reforestation forest Insect 5.60-13 6.00-13 6.50-13 7.00-13 7.50-14 5.90-15 6.70-15 $25O.ach
'.45 ajnv Sunday School.
and dfcease and
1120' 11.00 .mw. Morning Worship. 215 8o.1h Fraawtsee Street management Recreation was

1:45 pjn<-Training Union. James F. Klmbrel Pastor offered the boy each day in 1I.
BaI1-.u1 W. J:1: Palo I 00 pjiL.>-Xvenlnc Worship. Sucdayt swimming other outdoor activities THIS WEEK'S CAR SERVICE SPECIAL
lL 0Ib0na Wednesday: 10.00 a.n-Sunday School and movie J

:aim: Watcttower Study.; ,1:00: p.nu-Prarer Meeting. 11.00: ja.-Mnrnlng Worship. Hudson Pulp and Paper Company I. Adjust brake add brake'fluid
11.00: a.nu-ChHdrn'* Chinch. Palatka. which processes "
Bible Stuq 1:00: from the chip mill at Red ''I
p.aa. 7.30 p.nx--Evangelistic chip
2. Cross
I&.tr! SdaoaI. 'I:. CHURCH OF JESUS! CHRIS Wednesday Into handsome paper napkins. tires I" :
Iw'Iice HeelMrFeM 7:45 funu-d-dif Ambassadors. paper towels and other product '
Keetiac 1:30: p.m.1t1LUc Paul Strickland: Pastor *, wa one of the Industrial 3. Pack and adjust front.wheel bearings I .". i
sponsors of this camp. : I'
; 10:00: .BL- uaday School. Thursday \
ralller nwRCe 11:00 SUHL-Morning. Worship 7.30 p.nu-Prayer and Bible 4. Balance two front tires ,""

i: -8unda&. Ka... _Wednesday 7.00 pjn-: Prsyer Meetiag. Study.p.mraayal. OBITUARIESMrs. 5. Align front end to factory specifications : : :!

Weekda,11u1 tar
Saturday 4.00 Rangers
LDl.-1'Int 1'r1d.a, Iau. 7.00: p.nL-Youth Meeting. Boy Beulah Mae .f Regular Price $21.50 I j

Weeijy Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: Mrs. Beulah Nall Mae Nail S3. r Now 10.95 I Iii

well-known dewiston .
mother of two
Hentry County Parkinson's Inc. men died in the Winter '
Floyd Howell, Agent Haven Hospital last Thursday.She (American-made cars). i
Complete DevutBMnt StanQewiston DozIer Ala. rIewiston '
6rdNDARD 1JOr. COMPART wa a native of
Pkooe 1.6601 ; and had lived many year. in t'I :

Y"-Tractor 301PriW Ccv Giddena>.tr> ..f:-tt'Store I Furniture- SAVINGS LSAN Federal AS8TIRoyal's Florida Bapts.Iburch.She from,,was moving Lakeland a .member to Winter year of ago.Haven the (I Tire & Recapping I t tJim !

Gties I
l DC. ;
Survivor ar.< three daughter '
-If KaartoTayWay"
; 1
Service *, Mrs. Arthur Thornton of Wiggins I Phone YU 3-2321 .
the -dlbeaa
Winter Haven Mr*. Paul By-




are In Clewlston preparing to
Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Fla. been named Julie Ann. Elizabeth Miller In Orlando move to Norwood Ohio wherehe "
Thursday, July 30, 1900SNWS Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Fuller Sunday. hat Accepted a position In iS.Ssste'; !
) Alken S.C. are the parents Mr. and Mri. T H. Jones, the school system for next year owour, 1 ay
of a ton, Richard tion determin:hell,at'sdrd: ':::
Mr. and Mrs David Twiddyand terms Ih :
was born on Odle I lns'h t
family have moved from I : '
:'I :
24th In Albeit
Miami to Kingman Arizona : dllth r sDviij11tljenijr I
baby weighed six :. ;:: ;
where he was transferred as .n. until nn0 'this'
[ pounds.Mr. bars their .. ; tai,
.. area engineer for Rader Associates br.n Ci..ted drv"'lyCIeurNrt
and Mrs. Engineering Co., of Mi- h: ihenO: r1La
Swindle announce : 01
t ami. t Clrrslt I
of a three months'
&; renj"
who has been *.
i The program was presentedby Diane CN-413 D'WKy ran-
Stitt shows slidesof
t Engagement the youth organizations of Mr. and Mrs July' 50 AU, 1M, I
the First Indian Baptist Church it. of Sacramento !
Brighton the First Baptist, La. pounce the birth of IOIOTlrl'J' 6P I
is announced Belle and the First Baptist, Karen Eloise on Canadian tripWm. 1t1CG'.TtR The : rll'TTletlt I\TF"IO., .".
: underdand
Okeechobee. Sutton Memorial Certify :.do
Debbie Davit and Pamela baby weighed seven T. Stitt. local cattleman a floor then rov.rlnw ws ..,:::hay'I'I
I a Farmer of Clewlston First birth. who with his wife made a two "or E. Su.arlundrHwy,. '. :ns I
Church presented the call for month camping trip Into CanadaIn 1
r:: yj.s9S
for missionaries on the and : :
prayer the early summer, was guest th t
foreign and home mission fields posed of folidta I a..
: speaker at the Kiwanis lunch- whose
Mmes pso
who had birthdays on that par : eon Wednesday */ denep cry AI and follow pl ., Kso
'J j ticular day. :Mr. Stitt. who rate.fhlJla'aan R I ": Kerry, H/ B
Guest speaker was Mrs. Char Johnnie ot HYem nh
amateur photographer -
let Lawhon missionary to the showed M.1'' na North I p.':t.. 'lt
1 1 Philippine Islands who is homeon many interesting color elides Owner.hiDs; :. ltr
he took during his visit to the of riewll.
Attending furlough the meeting from scenic areas Many ,of these Customs R. M.I.near-n a. folio,5.:

r the First Baptist Church Clew were In the vicinity ol Banff Johnnie Q :j jsort
J Iston were Pamela Farmer r t I and showed beautiful! snowcapped 1t' .roun t
't Debbie Davis, Mrs Gussl Foy mountains lakes and th. Clerk of th.oI.rr::
Mrs. W. F Nail. Sr., Mrs A. streams. Some pictured of birds, In Ide and to r.lflol.r for Hendry.Count a'he
H. King, Mrs. Martha Topper :Mrs Evelyn Nash \ moose elk. mountain goats and ('I.wl.ton Carp Oh t sold.Mat
weekend in Fort some of wild flowers were also the provision 0' Chem"Laws
Mrs. E. M. Cornette and :Mrs.A. ,
R. Broadloot.Birthday her titter Mrs. shown. -.' of Florida, Asti of litWitness
1 Mrs. W. C. Comments by Mr. Stitt made day of July our i I..hands 4. lbi.
Tuesday from a RM. Berry
the scenes more Interesting.
days with her ton ) Swore to .
Rev. David Denslow program and ub.ni6rMb
party Owen in Cocoanut It N.
chairman for the month Introduced TOMLINIION BERRY end JOHNS'I'
attended a the speaker. the absence day of July A.heron D. m. n4 II
J CAROL IRENE ARMSTRONG for Cole bulls Lear which was : of the president, past president Notary Mildred R.1911.8on'lI
'! Mr. and Mrl. R. E. Kreldler hundredth year of G. B. Pitzen. conducted the Notary At Large Publlr. ai.teef PI

announce the engagement of A children's party, at the birth. : meeting My eomml..loa spln. .
their daughter Carol Irene home of Mr.and Mrs Anthony Friends of Mrs. ices.CNe. fan I
,? Armstrong, to T. A. Carttheri. Toulis Duff of Palm l5
celebrated the first birthday July 10, Au. I.
Mr. Carl then Is i the ton of :Mr. of their Ifn. Cole, on July time resident of u n 111IThur. )
I I and :Mrs. W. N. Caritheri of 22nd be Interested to :

I ; Jefferson. Georgia. Cake and Ice cream were patient In Good e
? The bride-elect attended Clew served and favors of balloons, pital West Palm ,
: Iston High School and It now chewing gum and life savers ering from surgery NOT ClII1 fir Pt BUG MKBTIIIO'
employed by the Western Auto to the week today. : : or LANDOWNERS IN BOLLKURAINAOR
: were given guests. a ago DISTRICT, .. Fri. Sit
!r. Store. Mr. Carlthers attended Mrs. Bobble Hare and Mrs. :Mr, and Mrs. HKMDHT COUNTY; F1.OHIO July 30 31 Aug. I
: .: Jefferson High School In Jeffer- Jennie Tools grandmothers of and family have left : TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
ton, Georgia and is employed Cole and Mrs Carl Berner assisted tion trip to the ] : till A lAnd....tine situate of the In laid owners. district.of DOUBLE FEATUM ,
I by Hendry County, Motors Inc. Mrt. Toulis in the hoe, North Carolina. and : .U called for 10: p...... the II :"VIVA LAS VEGAS-
Plant axe being made for a plUlltlet. ern ttatei.Mrs. day of August 1M4. at Clewla- ELVIS PRESUT
f tome wedding on August H.r The guest list included Rob- : A. P. J : ton Inn Florida Clewliton, for th* purpose H.ndryCount' -
: ert Dala and Elizabeth Black- Roxie Lovvorn of fllllna- a vacancy on tho Board THE tAIDEir
ot Buperrleora br electing, a Su BRIAN KEITH
: well Reed Baker Mike McCoI- chobee Tuesday.. ...rvl.or to fill an eiplrlngterm. ,
; ; MedfordRiggioThe ley. Marie Hare, Ray Pittman was guest speaker at to bo composed of ownera of tb*
Kris Vaughn, Kevin McCarthy. meeting at the : land In said district, two of Sun. Mon.. Au,. 1.1
marriage of Miss Dorothy Sonny and Jackie Martinez Church In of whom tho at count lait la shall which bo such reeldente, dies "COCNTtT MIS1C: OX
Ranae and Michelle Cochran Mr.: and Mrt. C. trleta, altuato, or some adjoin. BROADWAY"The
Rlgglo daughter of Mr. and Ire county at auch election, oach
Mark Baker Blake in Winter
Dietz. Darby were !
': Mrs. Benjamin' Rlgglo of E. Cir. and every aero of land In the kind you like tat.
a cle Drive. Clewlston, to :Mr. R. Wilson Mark Murphy. David to attend funeral district shall represent one atiare, Its. packed with stars ltd
Berner Ellen Judd Mike Hen Mn. Beulah Mae and each ownr hall b* entitled they ting over 30 hit mpTuet.
Charles Medford Jr., QewisI by
to vote In or
one person
I ton took place at the home of ring. Ricky Debbie and Christy, were overnight : proxy In writing duly ila-ned., for
Martinez and Terry Egley.Patient '. every acre of land owned by him
the brlde't parents, on East > Wed., Auf. ..1
t I Circle Drive, on Saturday afternoon SEE "DR. STRANGE LOt?

I July 22nd. Sugarland Pharmacy PETER SELLERS
The double ring ceremony Turtles He wanted ten women lor
I was performed by Justice of the 0 y each man
I Peace H. E. Crosby. PIZZAYU Its a wildly comic nljht
I The bride was dressed In aI' mare. That is borrOW
white lace over blue taffeta .. Discharged rn : 2-3311 scarifying terrifmcomedy

I, formal worn with a short white Elizabeth Ball and baby, Ann ; .
I veil. Her attendant was Mrs. Johnson Eulogla Benevldet and
Archie Medford, of North Car. baby, Allen Hayes Nettle Whid-
I ''I ollna sister-in-law of the groom. den. Virginia McDuffle Dorothy cheesecake-----25'
Mrs. Medford was dressed in Sloan and baby Angela ,
blue suit.Only Arguelles, Martha Marshall Let us
members of the families Margaret Klmiey. LIllIe Scott. k
and a few close friends attend' Brown Shore James HaneH.
ed the wedding ceremony and Reba Weaver, Minnie Fussell. + AIR 'CONDITION
I the dinner following. Out of FatlenU RenamingPaschall :
town Mrs. Delia
guests were
Peters Ida C. Wll- /
Carey and Miss Mary Rlgglo of klson. Margaret Morgan JesseJ. >r your car

Alphar. N.J. Mr. and Mrs Bert Pasamore Madeline Cruz, !. : ;:I :
Cogt of Hollywood and Mr. and I : ; ; ::
Pearl W. Long, Jamea CUne,
Mrs. Archie Medford of North : Complete with installation $26995
Glen Neat, Mary Ann Cypress : : ; : t :
The groom it employed by Jeff Salisbury Carlo Ralnero I ? ; : : Easy budget plan
Rimes Clentis Woods
Mary ,
Don Evan*, Plumbing contractor. : : One Day installation
e Mary Cypress. 7 : :
The couple it residing on
East Sagamore Avenue. ;

r f Big Lake W.M.U. Births- ; t' ":: Beck MotorsPhone

.' .' has youth rally Mr. and Mri. Floyd L. Collins ; : 1 YU 3-1301 Clewiiton
t The Woman's Missionary Union are parents of a baby girl,
of the Big Lake Baptist Association who was born Friday. July 24 .
held Its annual Youth in Lee Memorial Hospital Fort
r Rally at the First Baptist Myers. The baby weighed six

k 1 Church in LaBeUe Thursday. pounds, seven ounces and hath

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". One Key West of the Is many a. visit : :::I ::- I: :: : ::
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;t >: by colorful '.... 9e
In "crawls" ana I. .

reasons Governor : 1 : ; :: : :
., I Commission I are I .-

IH t.. k t wP this summer

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Next Saturday

1 August 8:30-12:00 P.M.;

Belle Glade __


Week- *
: t Americas answer to ; \

.. "THE BEATLES"The French by 'the' :Standard Man +I

number one Band in Miami and all Derieg as muclieal'the deabl'gtlalitY

of Florida Baked MA'li 'e poet o get through ..,

.', :.,.: .' I il. 'The" BUSY SIGNALSPlus with } loads also fa full coiwt ItnefTpp'on>SlandaH'rga&lin perfo io*' n 'j('

.: ; J Fud-its unfailing purity ands" +, 7

: ': POPULAR ALBUMS GIVEN AWAY 58c ..1.1F J corns uRtion, full hardl vor ins wer 'Tj

f ;, j Plus

; I''. : *':1 I'I' I I. 'k Dance"Contest with Trophies II

f Continuous Entertainment Frozen : I Agent Qewitton, Florida faof

I ,beJor* doncM Hk. the** next Saturday IIIqhl'cmd

,,Clad.N"-livery payer Sahadar Guard I119hI-ABMORY-> from DOW CIQ at IU J.u.w 1. __ II'#"";J'II' :,'It"! II'1f0I1". -I"II'1t1? We take btS p your equipment t

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chmct and swaller one of the Clewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON: NEWS Page Five
Uncle Dan f from Devil's Garden FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK pills, not a hand went up. Then Thursday, July 30, 1964 _
he said many of them was tak -
about the kind of mill servicewe
MISTER EDITOR: was now gitting from them ing'the same chanct in their car light got somebody killed. ful' Mislon.
feller. at walmakaturda folks In Washington He reported CAN ViSH eo. ever day, that one out of ever As Dean Rusk would say, Mister Yours truly, 1
331 beat traffic Editor, it was a very ""fruit Uncle Dan
decisions on a he bad went to town Satur- attempts to a
t- bill .. day afternoon to buy a stamp E E uow&p 0 I
I 01 f ImPrDUtUe) ask few and the dad-berned window wasdo.ed. w / ,1, i
off make a few remarks Ed Is mighty touchyI JM IvJt/ H r :
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'flee YEUOW ONs? THE SAM C0LO* VISION ServiceOneStop I;

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rx about these matters when the raise rates at the same time. Clem Webster agreed withEd *: Printing of all kinds- .. f
Democrats& was In power. Under was In mighty pore shape. He claimed if the public w' r
/ the Republicans he would caU was of the opinion that with the couldn't make a phone call on
It real economy. volume of mall gltting bigger Sundays or after midnight the ,
1SC rotE OUT FROM THEIR SUMMER WORK FRO- Letterpress printing in any size or quantity. We can
\ Congress would meet in special
and bigger they had ought to goon
of the Clewlstoa Rich Schools Sugarland Anyhow he allowed ai how
I GIN seed tereiided members the lovely! Miss Universe contestants& on their any uuvernment business that a 24-hour base Instead of session business.and take Clem over the figgered telephone also handle register forms ;"continuous' forms for i' '.' ii'

I Cltwlaloll l 'last week. Jack Scott> bandmaster, !. would cut back the service: and shutting down more and more. If private enterprise could run '
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see dI UM.-STAFP PHOTO. ea the railroads and telephone business billing machines. If it's printed, we, can do it for you ..., .
t< '
under Guvernment regulations '
tUNDEKOABTENKecbtriiUon, it could run the mall quickly economically.. ,. ;.
business the same way. t

Opens It was voted unanimous Mir
For the second year of ter Editor, to put the U.S. Post ';
l r r "Morrell' Platyme' Office up fer sale. *: EngravingWe \ :

Josh Clodhopper said he was .
Ages 4 ft 5 reading where a, farmer In handle wedding announcements, invitations, .-
RESTAURANTWE Experienced Training : South Carolina had wrote to
President' Johnson asking to git personal or business cards or any other type of en- ; '
Incorporated to Rhyme: University of Eden N.Y. put on the poverty handout, said "
GOT 'EM AGAIN I Call: Mi. Cartels MorreU 4U W. Clrele Drive TU S-K41 he was $19,456 In debt and graved stationery. .
things was gifting worse all the ,
time. The fellers was agreed ; !
bring the kiddies in I,
that anybody with that much
credit ought to gtt out of farmIng Rubber t
to dine & they receiveHELIUM and git Into the banking *: Stamps- .
business f"
"Meb" 5-day service given kind of rubber
Zeke Grubb reported be had on any stamp.

FILLED BALLOONS "on saw U.S.by the highways papers hit where a all-time deaths Signature stamps take a little, longer but can be se- '; I

high in May. He said he could ." ,
cured. \
Clewiston's family Get recollect; back 50 year ago when ,
horses was afraid of automobiles i
r J and folks was laughing at
eating place the horses. He allowed as how ',.if
MarriedlTomorrow) this no substitute was more fer proof horse they sense.a n't Advertisingoffered a: 't j

It was agreed that Just as to you through the Clewiston News. If your ;
i ,
soon as we git the Post Office
? sold and git poverty abolished business requires reaching the mass market this is Iti f fe :
we ought to put on a campaign
1 ... highway slaughter. Bug headquarters for advertisement If IfI
4 single
1 Hookum,fer Instant,said he saw your a or a III ,!I"
WHY NOT? where a feller give a talk on continuous campaign. '" -; j i,
But, tint, check your Insurance coverage. Marriage trims safety and showed the ''J Ii
means more responsibilities which need protection. See crowd a bottle of pills, all of ,
Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency for aid In surveying your "
Checkerboard News 'em looking exact alike. They '
future needs.
was 331 pills on the bottle and *: Direct Mail ServiceThe I' .:':

.from Beardsley-Nash Insurance AgencyTelephone and al;( was It'would harmless kill except you dead.one,, :

TU Z-7501 largest circulation in Eastern is ,
Sugarland Highway Clewiston When he ask now many in the ,

ORBIH'SFARM audience was willing to take a. We offer a direct mail addressing service for your ;: :ukn

printed literature., Reach every home in Clewiston : ;' F j

AND RANCH SUPPLY WILSON'S and rural routes by using our specially prepared .' */, I, t

jsjr,,. BAKERITE 3 Lbs. 59cBRAVO mailing list. Rates gladly given on request. "' '

faimost! flf Jailers pit I fighting I I ,

ROSEDALE *: Pictures- ':, t." :

Extra prints of pictures taken by the News staff :
Corned Beef... Can 390 Peaches ---__ 2 cans 550 I ';'j:1
may be secured. Please place orders as soon as possible !! 'f

WEBBS WILSONS after picture is taken or appears in paper. .

Rice __uuu_ 3-lbs.490 Mar and Bif -____ Can 390 ."a, r.t.J

Subscriptions- :,

FOR DISHES NO. 303 CANTomatoes vq

Liquid Coral ...Qts. 390 ----__ 2 for 270 A full year's subscription to The Clewiston News is A.

available for only $4.00. Keep up with all the Happenings ; !

in the Clewiston ;
greater by subscribing
area ,
Orange Drink Vi gal. 39% Tuna Fish __ 2 for 590
to The News on a regular basis. It's the biggest $4 I. '

FIRST CUTS LEAN MEATY bargain you can find. F I

MRlfeFLY CHECKERS Pork Chops __u__ Lb. 39 Spare Ribs, -----_ Lb.490 r

Call.i onus today for any of these services I .
'w&iJlgtjrng, .' .
1 strong 1 1 ,o. '
ROUND ANDSirloin : "
FRESH GROUNDHamburger .r, .. '
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..3lb. $1.19 Steak... Lb. 890 P -", ':

tt1Irt an ne thing you want from a fly bait, It', -TENDER! The : I: ;:: J

er ; 10nCj" tin,killin,power., Purina Fly Check.. -0
Neck 5lb.
Pve Bones 69FRANK'S I
I f ust that! Beef Liver ______- Lb.390 ...

1 Rp Checker contain: not t t....,i: : ; .dlyltant i'
that kiU flies outright r..u i w'a r-i.a reI Clewiston News
I .ides fly baits.

PT Checkers '" !
contain ape t
a to attract lUes... ; J '
.' WeAppreciate.Your *
p Jure ; Business I
: them to their'death. F ", \i .. !
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1 let Etee Slow production and O ,YU 3-1201 .t,: : Clewuton Fla. ,"
I Bus at your place this \. J Grocery Market r j

'tit Purina Fly CbeckfeII. ;. '.' j ,' ... r r
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Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Ctarliton, n OR DEMAEWTT' : 1.1i1il: 2.h '
're I will I not b* rcaponelbl* for rl :':' a
I Thursday, July 30. 1964 1 a' 1O Tou and each. of you ar* hr.- T tnir debt Incurred by Betty tt aihatlninth.; fr0yowau' ,':: .
** *
notlc0. :
br notified that yen ar. reQuired BOBBT W TDELBII. Each pe4itm 2.l" nY
to preeent any mutt I 7ir;:
by Law : Oay
of Captain Newton J. Beaver. halt .
and demands which you. d
The unit was trained and 0 or ol.lmo olth.r ystateow may hair :.i/ 1ti II. I'. Ul4p poet, 0 I'el d'3ra: reek.:'aW W
Guardsmen end eof ant
qualified with the Army's new dr.lnut tb* olalm.nt b. ewiaphe clele,,
dmeosd sate of Mid br'
M-14 rifle the first Florida County PICKET, to the County .JudM ofHendry 11" THE COCRTT JUROR'S: to oy :ornlit 1+.lroni.or I bit six
National Guard unit to County Florida. at his COURT II* AND rOM HUN DRY clrlms t.-
mission / In tho court b
training use the weapons. The men re County at LaBtlte. Florida,within Jun. I' .... '
: turned to Florida by>> air Saturday LEA67N.Wew six eal.nd.r l month from the Probate Cue No. 19"

i aewiiton members of the I ACTirl MAINLY this lime notice.of the Each first publication claim or demand of JOHN IN RBIVflTATB:WILLIS COOK OF )) I/VIRGINIA COOl(

Florida National Guard have ATNI6RTIIUayA'FLl6NTISUPtWCNMfuV hall bo In writing In duplicate Deceaecd. ) .nclllarS' IOHNUWIo qr ; t i
Fort Eustts Is for all
a center and shall stale IDs place ImumA Wtl15DL
completed: a two week training modes of Army transportation of residence and post office ad- HOT1CE TO CREDITORS: First pUbll..UCD

,i tour of duty at fort Eustli Va.. training Including truck rail t(OMM7NRiA0 FlfffUMtr dru b of the to by claimant the claimant and hall, hla ALL creditors of the EiUto of S/CARIOe 1111' 01 11llr t
worn R.
where they were assigned to the marine amphibious and aviation 5W A M P$N A M A f O C R f AN7 agent or his attorney, and any wo hereby notified COOK and dr-::= Attorney tor NC\ICT Ez.catn
I : U.S. Army Transportation Cello activities. The Army Transportation TUQ AE4RTnwMS D ALSO men claim or demand, not .0 to file any claim or demand P.State 0. Box In
i. ter. The 1043d Transportation School at Fort Eustls fllej hall b* void which they may hare against CI.wlaton Farm, Bulldlnr
G41EDNOOTtyIKrSlrAllDAgJ Helen C. DIck. aid Estate I In the office of the C'N' Florida
Terminal Service Co. took part serves both active Army and lOd7EX'BEGA//Jd Helen C. Dickey a* .s- County .Judge of Hendry County July No.5. 471
Will .
/ / ocutrls of th* Last 10. lilt
/ tr USUALLY HOOTS eieur T/r e s' and Testament of Carlo

,. ? ;' LIKS fiootvo'ftoomoVOO MILLER.R.CONE.Dickey OWEN, deceased WAGNER

NEADNOEAC77/f1T (07 North Ollv Avenue .
West Palm Beach, Florida ATTENTION .
,t % PAb BROwNEYES,6RAYAMD Attorneys for Enwutrl

CfOlM COLCKIM BARRED .July CN7t 21. 10, .be. I, II, 1M4 Farmers Cane Growers
d F.STREAXEDDgASypt4&4A( 1 and Ranchers


dI cms Me POTEC1ZI1.AIt' Sealed oropoMl for th* construction WISELY PLAN YOUR
A Low Coat Fan
La BeU., Florida,, will b* received Motto_
;y2./DA CAME AND WATCX FISH COMMISSION Public by the Instruction Hendry County LaBall Board, nor of rEDBKAL LAND BANK LOAN
I.S I.
Win Famish
ei Cask ToEeflnaaeo
Ida on or before I:- p.m., E.5.T.
t August It, Ute at which time S debt*.
has ranked second to Dade In tion Key West Fla. ain't meaning to throw no rocksat and plan' and they road will b* publlclyopened Ftasaoe' farm ImproTtasoaU, sew boOdtan.

acres planted. Acreage planted The station serves as home- the newspaper perfesslon andit Cople of the FropoMl Contract chase wind. naeafcea and tasteS brtcaUoiL N,

has Increased from 4700 acres base for patrol squadrons that could be he got In such a Documents.may Drawings b* obtainedby and e Aaatst to pwchaao of a tars (rv* or
In 573to 9600 acres In 6243. fly anti-submarine missionsover state of poverty he had to gin In Specification eligible General Contractor e ........ more land road
Production which Is the real the Caribbean. from the office of the Superintendent
the bootlegging business to keep of Public Instruction e rrorUo capital fads for lha farm eat"pi55.
measure of a crop was 1191,000 his newspaper going Actual. If Courthouse, LaBell, Florida ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN.
601b. crates. This places Hello SEVENTH U.S. ARMY GER- they find him guilty, the Judge Each proposal must b* accompanied BAS ALL THESE ADTANTACXS
dry County 3rd behind Dade and MANY (AHTNO)-Roy L Tull. by a Certified Check
L, Lower
4 had ought to make his adver Cashiers Check or Bid Bond executed paynioala.S. .
Palm Beach. The value of the 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles by th* Bidder and SuretyCompany terms
\ tisers serve his sentence. A heapof Later (my .. SI Feint
I crop was 4.54 per crate J'.O.B. L. Tull. Clewlston. Fla.. llcenaed to do business
merchants don't believe in In Florida, In a aura equal to S. DependabU service (Mrrba atrlctJtnr tubs
total of dollars. *
or a 5400.000 was promoted to private first *
advertising and maybe he bad fire (I) per cent of th* amount 5535. 1117).
The pepper crop is also a big class. July 7. while assigned to of the total bid. The Bond I 10 required
more'n his share of them kind.I .. that. If 4. Full prcpayaieBl prlvfleiM wttaoat
( crop state wide. Since 1957 pep- the 75th Artillery In Germany. a (saran peastty.a. .
j recollect when I was a boy the Bid I* accepted, a Contract Lau aerrl o by local poopta. familiar win bed
has moved from IMevltaro.
ji per production Tull overseas since May of will\ b* entered Into and the performance .
i t 6th to 2nd on an acreage basis. this year Is a radio-teletype hearing my Grandpa tell about of It properly ooeur"" .
I famous feller The successful bidder will b* re- If wo eu bo of aerrtoo U ye* pleas write
The yield also is second only to operator In Battery A of the some .. or Nero
FORT EU8TI3. VA.National Guard Army Serreant Norman Palm Beach county and for 62- 75th Artillery's 1st Battalion named Henry Grady fixing up Bond, covering to execute and a Including all W. B. MAT Mir. or DOTLB II:. ABBOTT.' Ass M ,.

I D. Nicks and Specialist 4 Xaymond C. SboenfeU are being .tnstructed 63 It was 613.600 bushels. The near Bamberg.He one of them kind of merchantsreal labor and material. Th Performance

by Lt. Robed V. Ctchraa hi be proper operation! of average price was 2.78 per bushel entered the Army In October good. When editor Grady the amount Bond shall of one b*hundred writtenIn Federal Land Bank Associationof

a crawler craao. The me are part ., the shore platoon of or 1,700,000.We called on this merchant fer a per oent (lee%) of the Contract
1963 and completed basic "
the 1043rd 'Transportation Company Belle Glade. Fla., BOW receive only a portion of training at Fort Gordon, Ga. ad one week the merchant run ""NO" BIDDER MAT WITHDRAW Bradenton

. i at Fort Emtla. Va. for two weeks annual aetlTo duty for this value mainly because Toll was graduated from him off claimed nobody read A BID ubmltted(10) day for after att..ftif

: tralninr.-(OFFICIAL TJS ARMY PHOTOGRAPH) there are no large market outlets Clewlston High School In 1960 ads In the paper. Editor Grady r th* opening of mONEi 743-IM1 B1ADENTON. ru.@tu
went back to his office and fixed ouch Bid.
and worked for U.S.
the Sugar
In the county. However Oils THE OWNER RESERVES THE!
: la an exercise which tested reserve personnel Also at Fort market ,value of the crop Is Corp. before entering the Army. this feller up a want ad. RIGHT t* reject any informalltle and/or; all
"Wanted live cats will pay Blda and to walT *
their ability to handle cargo at Eustls are headquarters for the only one measure of Its real therein. '
the port training facilities. Transportation Research Command value. The cost of producing the Mlllage C. Spires arrived In good price fer live cats brung By
that spent for materials dewiston Sunday afternoon following to my store" Then he signed ..I. R. Spratt, Chairman tMfqLJ.atop
I j Lt R. V. Cochran of Clewls- Combat Developments crop money Board of Publlo In.truc- (
ton Is the commander of the Command Transportation and services and by the his discharge from military the merchant's name to the id. tlonHendry -

Belle Glade detachment, and Agency and Transportation Engineering laborers In our stores can never service In San Francisco Fer two days and nights folks County Florida
accounted for but Saturday Young Spires went was standing In line at this fel ATTEST!
the unit Is under the command Agency. be completely Carl II:. HomabySuperintendent with usd I
undoubtedly it Is a large amount directly Into service followinghis ler's store with live cats. Folk and Secretaryto
'" graduation from high school all the th* Board of Publle InatructlODHendry
Vegetable farming represents from over country, even
Three an Important segment of our and his first call after returning the younguns, was bringing cats. .County gESS
crops give Hendry county economy. Although It Is hiddenoff home was to the Selective They was torn cats pussy eats i II, l., Auf. .. 1114Hf .

the roads for the most part Service Board to register. Hehad black cats, white cats pole cats
It is vital and should be cultivated entered service before time merchant THE COURT Or THB
U' in vegetable marketby red cats. Final the COUNTY JUDUH. HHDUTCOUNTY.
and encouraged to remaina for him to register as an 18- phoned editor Grady and told FLORIDA

part of the Hendry County year-old. him he was going to sue him. IN! T>E: ESTATE I* Probate ord.OORDON
I Hendry county has a sizeable more than 20% since 1957. Agricultural picture. Thirteen months of Spires'service IXHJULA8 PEAKCT
and to take that dad.berned cat
production In winter vegetables, has shown a steady Increase in was spent In Korea *
of the Farther- DEL MAR MOTEL
I due largely to the watermelons, the county. In 57-58 Hendry Co. with the 10th Army Postal Unit ad out paper. T* All. CredKen and rnm

tomatoes and peppere grown, harvested 2100 acres and ranked Boys in serviceButch most of the time In Uljongbu, more he told him to come by A..I.Havla. .' ClalMa Said _e*.to._.... e Modem and Bea.tIfdlnrtea.

reported County Agent Ted Gallo. 17th state wide. In 623 the Korea. He returned via ship to his store immediate and he You and each of you are here S Doubles Family Vnttsj
I would give him a ad on by notlfed and reqqulred to pre- ,
Gallo has analyzed reports county harvested 3900 acres and San Francisco crossing the Pacific page sent claims and demand
any Air Condition**. TV
from Florida Agricultural Statistics ranked 4th In the state exceeded Redlsh, son of Mr. and In about 16 days. He made his merchandise.As which" you lther of you may .
Mrs. Carroll W. Redlsh Clew- have Dart etat of Doucla e none 14-benr Switchboard
and gives figures on the only by Alachua GUchrlst up for the slow ocean trip when a genera rule, newspaper Gordon Pearcy, deceaeed, late
leading vegetable crops which and Marlon Counties. The crop talon, has graduated from the he flew across the continent) by.et of mid, County, to th* Countyudge e, Baby Sitter Available
folks be
J his statement concerning value based Aviation Navigation' School of He left San Francisco at seems to putty good of Hendry County, Florida, 'S Servant Quarter
u,, support on an average priceof ,; ) folks and I'm sorry this feller!, at hla office In th* court home
Hendry county's Importance 125 per CWT was slightly the U.S. Navy and is reassignedto midnight Saturday and landedat of sold County at LaBalle. Florida Swlaamlnr Pool _
the Code School In Georgia had such pore adver. within alx calendar month
at the Memphis

1 a. a vegetable producing area. more than 1,100,000. Miami International Airport e
from of th* tint pub Xeatanrant Near
tisers. But if I had been this lot"ttlr.10
Here are his comments: Tomatoes, another big crop, Naval Training Schools. Sunday at noon. : notice.: Two cop e
editor I would have writ President lee of each claim CredW Card Honored
I, has The new course will require or demandehall
Watermelons a crop that olio give I our economy a real b. In wrltlnv and shall
about flve weeks to complete Johnson and got on the Hate the 1510 No. Ashley Street
declined In acreage state wide boost SInce 51- 1 our county place of reeldenc and
Uncle Dan FromDevil' poverty circuit Instead of git- poet office addreea th* claim. -
I ant. and" shall be sworn to by (C. S. 41 North)
KEY WEST. Fla. (FHTNO-) GardenDEAR ting Into the bootlegging business. the t or attorney
Winton G. Spurlin. air control-, But some folks Is proud at and on."in""I:1.: dollar and: by ouch a flllnr claim fee or VALDOSTA, GA.

man second class, USN. son of MISTER EDITOR: that way Mister Editor Just demand:: not *o filed ahall b*
The demand for fat Mr. and Mrs. Jessie E. Spurlin) I see by the papers where the ain't going to take no charity, told. ANN1B U BARROW Cf f ;
,\ ,r of 208 South Francisco St., feller that runs the Clayton even from Washington where *. gmutrls of the Laet
'1:t dewlston Fla. has Journal In has Will\ and Tretament, of Writ fer ttteretvr one.* new TUVU QUID -
reportedfor Georgia
: / : and stocker charity was Invented. Douclaa Gordon Pearcy, Ilitlnj,line, mils, mw,oet Ie.t, .IngmM >
at the Naval Air Sta Indicted fer
got bootleeglng
Speaking of the newspsperperfesslon. yubli loa .
CNNoU' :i July' *' 1MJuly <. pad oporevW. ky Conro>of Motor Hotel
r U I keep writing
e cattle i i. heavy this little piece fer your paperI / II. 1| |0, 11(4

had ought to',It took Into the

Buy only theIr perfesslon and be elJlble.er.

all the benefits thereof, as they'
cattle you want FOR SALE say In official language. But'1

\ have a few handicap In this

business. I use little words on STEAK

L 3 Bedroom House account of I can't spell the big

ones, and I don't know but two

; -Sales Every Monday at 1:00 P.M. punchuation and th* period.marks A*the a comma general

,Newly Painted Inside & Outside rule I was chewing a little tobacco HUNGRYChef
when I was writing this

piece and when I pause to spit

f 541 East Osceola Ave. YU 3-1291 I Just put In a comma or a period
I and start going again. It

; t you have any trouble with Ernest
f" See Ken WalkerI' punctuation Mister Editor. Just
t git you a wad of tobacco and
.; mono WT MOM Bollo Glade, Fla. try out my system
: I.f Yours truly Uncle, Dan is ready to broil for YOUA

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WILL TRADE Ml er acreage Mavae tAt, ; 1 l I
for food Lake lot to build a Y/a/ANf "
- cabin: on In Lake Placid. Bill BUT fin fOOIWf AT A PI5TANCV ep+rAfay
FOR SALE-House, three bed- -
RATES: 70u rooms CBS Home. Furnishedor ALL MAKES: H" USED 'TV Blum. 3850 Lora St. Ft Mjreri.Fla. SIP VISION-FISH/ C'I.

y per word per chare iIIIerUoD.: lour Iator unfurnished. Furniture in ':LOSIN I I 'rOp I g I:; : SET S. Guaranteed. $19.95 tic TrW 5SpAMraL,... fAtMQC4e. !

JIIiI1l way : condition Call YU 2-3495. down $14.04 month. LAD IMMQ
thrHopHON good : per WILL .
ci TRADE-Model 800 Polaroid M t'/4W)
the price 538 W. Haiti, Aug20p FOUND Set of house and car APPLIANCE: CO YU 2-715L: tie f/ILD I I II
wink lite and flash I
key'. Found In B&B Or YsnWRdH7
1-1201 parking
!:YUkon FOR SALE or RENT Large lot Contact: the CLEWISTON FOR SAUfi-PaynO envelopes unit. Ordinal COlt $150. Two iYS t

names ..Pesr four bedroom two bath. 60S NEWS office. printed with font for social: yean old. For room lens movie \ t
,..... "boH camera of approximately cam 'Nt- W/ON
eJ.uIe4 S. Atlantic. July30e\ security: ; withholding and other
I III tile tjNa ....sa FOUNISmaU black: and tan deductions: Box of 500. Clewiston value. Call YU 9-1(33. Up
pick neaIN, TWO puppy; appears kin to ChUroa- News offlcv.: If .
lit \ Cr1.&a1& News JUNE, for sale, $3,750 each.: hue family. W. R. Wright. 427 / } i ,
.PI1IDeII I .f the Terms 1/3 down. Phone Lake E. Ventura. RBTRACTO LIMIT FOCUSB THa0LOBUUK
nO: TIe.Ire.! r..... .ad.. Placid: HO 54635. Ito itc: Dick BallWANTED Display gR'r LIMS Of TM FISH BVIPOU.S I I
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HAND ((11.25 pt) and Orodar ClassifiedsBob FOCU9IH9, A CAMIM tM5 ON FILM
m ami ma RENT Housewives who '
($100 ) wood
'SALE up saws, sharpened
ltAt ESTATE FOR by machine Professional want carpets In their homes MAC NO RETRACTOR y s ;:. I

FOB BENT ODe bedreom work. Barton (near Catholic Clewiston Custom Carpets RiTAY.4 LENTO .CUKMTUW/ OP Jr I;
THAN Phone YU 3-3691, 208 E. Sug-"
UIA0D GREATER bouse. Phone YU 24881. tie Church) Moore Haven. Aug 6e Overholt'sTrailer HUMAN UHf IS i '
bouses, menage arland Highway Aug20cACCEPTING : A1UIISTOF ,
.. We have customera BOOKKEEPING AND TAX EXPERT Sales r
POll VtStOM"
& property with FOR RENT-Puimsned cabins available for either APPLICATIONSfor HCMA N Aa1e V&TMtr fiSHFtOAIDA ,
List your
E Beardsley. Ph. YUtfC and trailers. Johnson Fishing fun or part time work. 32 :years cashier.: See Gary Scott at New and Used In NIRyi bad CMCrlV FOR CWJftlr q

: Camp. YU S-I11L Uc experience: Call Collect OL 4- the Thrifty Drugs. Aug6c 815 Central Avenue ,'I
131 S672. tfe PhosM YU 3-1831 GAM Aft FRISK WATfX' f/Sff COMJH/SStOtt .

nt SALE 0* RENT New FOR RENT bedroom and one WAITRESS WANTED Apply I
three bedroom. bedroom traCer. Also 1 bedroom drape Custom
tolet Oblsco St., Cell COP made. Complete line of in person .t Clewiston Inn, If a Jet plane had made two or dewtstoo. Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page T '
, SO Call YU tic
apartment Mr. Hale.
ti Wilson. 84451. Lake a.Uc drapery and slip cover fabrics. three passes overhead. Thursday, July 20. 1984'
N. ** 4064. Free estimates. Call YU 2431, All of the ice: they had In the

Van Cothem's Custom Furnitureand "good old days" was cut: on
ZEAL ESTATE TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or Upholstery. tie tiElP WANtE I: MEN Northside some river up in Maine in the
E-5 bedroom frame. trailer space for rent FairGrounds wintertime or off of some ice Harlem
Immaculate. Trailer Park Phone James W. Clark THKEB bedroom frame! pond in other places: and storedIn News.

rjjBljhed bedroom frame, S-3044. tic HELP WANTED by Time Saver large reams EseeOenl eaedttlon. > ice houses dug in the groundand
KIHSDE-2 BLUM SONS PLASTERING. Food Stores. Applications: now' Geed .elchberheod.HUM. covered over with something

ZpL FOR RENT Three bedroom Very Best Work- being taken at Stores in Clew that looked like a big News of Our Colored Community

as available. house. Located 702 Bond St We San You Money. iston. Okeechobee: and Belle chicken: : coop. UBS. JANEB: S. OAJADHA Colored News Editor ,
ACHES, NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2pad Call YU 23406. JulyJOp Plastering Simulated Stone Glade. Augl3e J. M. Lankford
Hardwood If you\ had told any of thOM Phone YU :2-7651 : k
time home. Stucco: -Free Estimate
a8<<. Zeal Estate Broker old boys that a man could take
ATTENTION GROWERS-Free Licensed: and Insured SOMEWHERE lit lines on her flight there and re- I
oft from gradersplease
Cape Kennedy in a
In Broward. land 70 to 200 acres: available.
HOMES turn.
25 In
i fHA Years Business THERE IS A MAN rocket and orbit the earth 20 ,
Un Beach and Dade coun- Use free one year for clearing S850 Lora Street

* various sizes and price and ditching. Call R. E. Kreld- Fort Myers, Fla. tic who wants to make $8,000 per odd hour times and at come 11,000 back miles: alive an register CLUB NEWS
ler from 8 a.m. to S p.m. at year and more working with
ask payment ED 7-Oin 42674miscellaneous.for
ail OX
or would
they have sent to Pre-school registration for
Etflciendes and YU 2-4221. After 6 p.m., call growers in this area. This man The Friendly Christmas Sawlog
OS RENT- Frank Denmead Chattahoochee: Mlllldge villa, pupils entering the first grade
available.Ow YU 2-5531. tic Is probably; married, sober hon Club entertained their ,
!ones is Mattewan Staunton or somewhere lor the first win be held
eat and is willing to work hard. Beat Estate year friends on the lawn of TheO i
lots to select Sals
1.000 vacant NEW APARTMENTS-One: and I himself. else. Just to get you\ out at Harlem Academy: from< 9 to '
Various He may be farming OB Vacate.Thank r a a t r Friendship Baptist
as lor an purposes. Alrcondltloned. of the 7th l
two bedroom. For such a man we can offer way.When 12 Friday morning, August Church the afternoon of July -

lied. Terms. Call,YU 2-6675. Uc FOR SALE FcrUUaer ... a career: with the largest and you they were fighting their stated Principal: A. A. Thomas fourth and the affair turned out (,

{VESTMENT AND 1N1OMZ'nopERTT. chine.: See Mrs. John Matusiak oldest company: in its field. We wars in the "good old days this week. to be a success.: The next meetIng ,

FOR KENT-Trsflers and Trailer In Moore Haven. Jut. 23-300 will train him. work with him with flintlocks: and muzzle-load Parents are asked to bring will be held at the home of ,'

M MONTHLY RENTAL. Reaot spaces.: Royal Palm Trailer and give him exclusive rights ers, one man with a machine-: the child: or send an adult with Deacon and Mrs. Grady; Moody "'i
FOR SALE Electric
: Speed
CBS construction: 825,000. Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tfeFOR Queen clothes: dryer. ISO. Call to aU business In a large area For Sale or Lease gun could have come along and the child: to register at this Saturday evening, August first,
TERM low interest wiped out both aides, but nobody '
OHG already developed, with opportunity time. A birth certificate shouldbe 1964. Friends are cordially: invited.
bra, cane 11'0aDd ranchortfifet. RENT-One bedroom trailer YU 2-6044. tfo ; tor advancement: If you 215 acres would have known who presented showing of "

minimum! 850,000. dean quiet Phone YU DACHSHOUND puppies for sale. think you qualify: write freely unproved choice pastureland won.I child.: age Mrs. Susie Beckton: (.

LISTINGS NEEDED 2-1238. tic AXe Registered. Jack 1. to Bob Balwia Box 1105, Winter adjoins. city limits en don't think anybody knew President .

J. H. LANKFORDbf. FOR RENT -4few<< 10'xSO housetrailer Scott 220 E.: Arcade.: Garden. Florida. July 230 81 $35.Appaloosa what a plumber was in the Anyone needing further Information Mrs. Elbertha Blackmon:
Zeal Estate& Broker with two bedrooms.By tic "good old days." And I don't should contact Harlem Financial: SecretaryMrs. :;.

a bit Sufarland Highway YU o BOYS AND GIRLS Help scientist : think they had many bathrooms Academy: Fannie Davis, I '
Hit, Auto and General week or 23421tfe FOR SALE Mobile ...... Used discovery. Money tor horsesstuds where :you could: take a bath. Treasurer ;w I

Insurance: 1963 immaculate: 2 bedrooms, chameleons, the common green ,mum,ponies ..... lor They had a little house down lathe Harlem Aoade.,'. NewsH. Mrs. Annie Jones, '

Kiuton, Tie Ph. YU 24m FOR RENT and 3 room furnished kitchen dining room completely: annole of Florida (Annals car sale at an 'ee-IO' head! back of the garden that ReporterThe :
apartment Phone 2- furnished and set-up on lot. olinensls L.) Will pay top money K. R. Wiekhorst somebody said Chic Sales built A.'.. Student Council: Represented .
tie 4350. Financing: arranged for for these harmless lizards. but they. didn't even have the at the F.S.S.C. Work
T. E. BrowningBALEhouse. 127L qualified buyers. Models open For further information please .i, PHONE YU S-7WS luxury of a last year's Sears shop. ladies of the (H.M.N.) :f

dally 9 to 9. Sunday after church write to Mrs. Marten D. Johnson and Roebuck satalog for everyday 9 Helping Meet the Needs held *. 1 1Julia's I
FOR RENT-&maH b uae. Fur.mated Mr. J. L. Morgan and MissF. their meeting last Tuesday evening '.
OR six rooms. Clewiston Trailer Sales, phone University of use. I don't think I would I .
or unfurnished S3S Zoology Dept J, Byrant. sponsor* of the at the home of Mrs. J. S. : \" ','
(bedrooms and bath. lot 100' : YU 2-2661. tie Athens Georgia. Send '. have liked it much In the "good
'iNbth. See Mrs. Stan 433 Georgia Harlem Academy: Student Council Gajadha. The meeting was very I,
1*bearing fruit trees. South per old days.:
:ntJt Mrs. Mae Willis. E.-Trinidad! or can H P.Johnsou. FOR SALE CHENILLE BedSpreads name, address, telephone number Glades, Roofing Co. : Miss Bernice: Sims and Interesting and most of the unfinished I "iii. '

Aug6p Me house coats, rugs and and age. A3 Tyyes' el Beet an* Clyde Blackmon: arrived at the business completed.: i '
sofa pillows. Mrs. A. B. Medellsnd. Sheet. Metal Week FCD has best Bethume-Cookmaa College July Plans are now being made for t I "

Phone YUJ-2641. JOIe New Ceswtnetiea er 19, 1964 to participate: in the an initial performance in the I
Kennth Hall BeyoJr Jobs. water conditionsMIAMI Florida State Student Council: near future at that time, theprogram r''
FOR SALE!: DeLoxe eteeirte -Water conditions !in Workshop. The main subjectwas : I
of this club will be
BusinessWHNSON I DirectoryGOULD range-like new. Also 1951 Ford Phone 2-7111 the 18-county: Central and Southern ''Traln1n, for Leadership. made publicly.Mrs.: i 1 t. I
pickup.: Call YU :2-4244. Aug $0 Florida Flood Control District
Day er 2tvenban Mrs. C. Williams, the executive Vera ,Whitfield j .
FOR SALE-Hammond Organ P. 0. Bee 1242CLEWISTON with the exception: of the Secretary: of the Florida State President sa J I

2 years. old. CaU YU 2-1763 n.&. Klsslmmee! Valley, aeem to be Student Council: Association: was Mrs, EattleWWams. I ", I''

BROS. after 1 Aug20p ftr1JOB in the best conditions in :years, in charge: of the Workshop. Reporter '
CARS pm according: to G. E. Dall, Jr..

Kit.* bad IU, Booth ,,WORLD FAMOUS Watkins pre : FCD Executive Director.: Mr. L. Porter the Excutlve .
!* Food Spice Areas In Palm Beach.: Teachers: Association: and Mr. '
Lleeased Contractors Insured How to Improve AcreageFOR The Choir Union was held at
this side Miami Chart., C. L. Hunt, 443 E. Pasadens. Broward and Dade Counties are Cecil: Boston visited the F.S.S.C. St John A.M.E, avrchrr LakeHarbor t
FLU ESTIMATES Ito WANTED I, WOMENGOOD I above schedule: and the third Workshop. the past Sunday after* t}? j"
(Conservation Area 2)) contains
Tsar MUlee DealerCARITHERS 211ft E. 8agarlaa4 Bwy.TU 156 BUICK 4-DR. SEDAN. $175 SALE the most water it has held since Mrs. Anna Miller of Lexla,. noon Visiting choirs: appearingon f
ton, !Kentucky Consul the program, were y I
2-2111 cash.: Can be seen at Clewis the southern dikes : was the r
n. were com-:
Phone RELIABLE woman tant. Mrs. Miller is a faculty: New Bethel A.M.E. and Ml Calvary e.:
ton Tire and Recapping.:
Tom, YU J-2321. Jul Mp wants Job. Cleaning Ironing. 2% acres pleted In fact more, Dall than said one, the year water ago., member of the Henry Clay High ... .....-.. Clewiston j I
Limo and TV etc. By day or week. Call YU School U Lexington Kentucky: Bethel A.M.E. and Pint Baptist ';k
SEE US FORBOTTLED 5 acres reserve has made it possible to
24405. Up .. Moore Haven I
SALE One office desk t-.ii.mii..n.
I.U.l8 WITH GAS FOR disehargea 1 considerable Clyde Blackmon the President .iii
SERVICE: Mt Calvary South Bay i
formica: also student's deck WILL DO 24 acres amount of water into the Everglades i'lf ,
babysitting in my of Harlem Academy: High (i
Mt RadervilleMt
BW,. 108 Bond St :AppliancesSalesSen secretary: chair, and two .teDo,. home by dsy or week. Reasonable 25 National Park. As a result School Student Council: commented Olive ,._.-,*, Lake Harbor LJ
Co. acres
Phao. YU 2.0441CLEWISTON icc chair: Double A Roofing rates Jar working mothers the National Park has that 'the Workshop was The,next Union will be held

Sugsrlantf Highway YU 2-1131. etc. Contact: Mrs. Andrews ample water, for the first time Interesting and very Informative. the fourth Sunday In August
POWER GASCORPORATION tIe 429 E. Trlndad St JulySOe 2 acres and house la two years "and now we can: Miss Hernia: Sims. Miss Mt Calvary Baptist Church: .
close: the',at.e. and Conservation .
Harlem Academys's: Junior At- '
Clewiston L M.
14 ft Thomp- Rev. Kitchens
TRAILER DADEMONROEREALTY Area 2 up to sched: tendent for 1964-69. also com: pastor. I I
SALES eon boat and trailer. 1963 ole"
mented that the workshop was
Lonnle\ Sewing Machine
New 1hp Johnson motor. Only -bleak spot on the water interesting and In the future

& Used YU 33101HENDRTCOONTT Ford. Uo Repairs lot W. Surariaad condition: horizon is the Kls hopes that more of our Student :

ts 21 E. YU 22661WALDRON'S FOR SALE Parakeets $2.00 YU 23941Junior's slmmee Valley where construction Council's: Officers: attend, to :

UP. Mynah birds African: lovebirds SINGERSales is underway to provide controlled make our Student Council: active Beauty Nook ,'f' !

monkeys, cages: supplies.Pet water conditions for the in serving the Student FOR THAT NEW LOOK ; :
Title & Abstract Co. Service Essay lakes la the upper Klsslmmee Body.
Wild '
boarding. Thompson and along the winding river. Tinting Styling. Cutting No :

1'8 AND GROCERIES: : TJtto Abstract -Title hnraaeePaMte Animal Farm. Phone Yukon :2- Parts RentalsBrand Rainfall In the Klsslmmee Basin There were 15 schools: represented Appointments Friday and ..,
StenographerFhetoeepriag Uo Abeat the Good Old D.,. '
op.7 Ism. DvpUeattaff. 1234. new touch: and sew during the past month was only at the Workshop. Saturday

to 1 p.1IIo Bridge St aad Park Are.LaBeOe. REGISTERED!: CITRUS TREES: machines: on display Glades I don't believe the "good old 4.92 Inches: a departure of S.19 It is the desire of the Executive For hreniatteo. CaB 16412Mrs. k

23toIp.m. Fla. P. O. Bit (46mi FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. Merchantile: Co. Authorized days": were as good as a lot of from the normal 8.51 figure.In Secretary Mrs. Williams Ida ....., Preprteter '
fa O.IV. $- old people the 221-square-mlle Conservation that more schools: be represented l'
Dan a Week M. Tomluuon. Ona Fla. Phone Singer agent will be at thought they were.George hi f
Uo CARITHERS RADIO TV Washington Thomas Area No. 1 (Palm Beach: at the workshop next sum
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EVERy TUESDAY every Saturday Please call Jefferson Benjamin Franklin County) the water stage is ..tlS.18 mer. The Advisors of Harlem : t

hr Tour SpUr EVINRUDESales FOR SALE One female Chihuahua :: YU 2-6441 or come in 108 and my great grsnddaddy were .SI over the normal regulation Academy: stated that they Harlem Club t
IcmcI of Moment puppy 11 weeks old Bond Street tfe might smart men but not one of 14.35. Excess: water would like to see all of the 1965- Favorite Mixed: Drinks Fried 0Chlc:1iIeD. -,

IIDea last $23.00. 22 rifle! and 20 guaN' shot of them ever saw a sewing machine from Conservation Area 1 is being 66 Council's: Officers: attend the : : Fish. Hamburger 1 I.

Bart of C1ewcto.) and Service gun. YU 24044 Uc : and the man who Invented -. discharged: into Area 2 in Workshop next year and other Sandwiches t tHr.
Beach the sewing machine: had tow.k order to bring the Area to Recorded Music e

***don Now Marina aU Used 1S.NwarePart. Mo4era r ... .;. v. .,. ta some other man Invented schedule.:The PERSONAL MENTIONMrs. and Popular Bands Wallace :. I
Cattlemen a needle with the eye on the ZlO-eq1lAN-mJ1e Conservation -: PnlrlPIE '41
aa4 Accessories point before It would work. Ben. Area 2 is at a level of 12JS A. Johns Henry was the --

eiS Ue**.*.. Maria. Safety )......* ]amln Franklin found out something feet Just slightly over the 12.2S dinner guest of Mrs.,Alice Jane

Sa7UwV '"* ** Paenc YUkea 4211 A. 'IMMW about electricity: : but he foot regulation. Structures here,. Wright, this past Sunday afternoon 1)j) I

wtt"1 "" didn't know what it would do or too, are open, discharging water and enjoyed the evening Hilton's Grocery r I
R. E. WALDRON what anybody could do with it. into Conservation Am 2. with Mrs. Wright, her family
Groceries Freeh
eIe'a1 1 Land /.wIMJ.MY None of those men ever sawa Conservation Area 2, 914 and friends. Mrs. Johns recent Vegetables Cold Drlaks, Xsaentlal : ,- I
Bank telephone or a telephone pole square miles la size in Broward ly returned from a lovely vacs: Itama

lee w Wrttow.1 and I don't think; they knew and Dade- Counties, has an 8.29' ton in Stanford. Conn., '''with We appreciate your patronare. ''i' I
FosT Hfflrimt:
prompt FREE anything about telegrams. They elevation some .81 of a foot below her son and family She also .* 1 I ;
MAY Home delivery didn't hardly know what a railroad the 920 regulation but the visited the Worlds' Fair.. She ......Sin.narstaa i HOte* / I .

0 aleay Or' THE VTSICT IIDALD ...I was and some of the big gates have been open to discharge was the guest of Eastern: Air Profrtetors I 'I

yIM old steam locomotives' would : water into the Everglades r
Call Bobby GidcVn AT have scared: them to death. I National Park. Now with

YU 2-1291 doubt if they knew anything ample water In the Park these

Electric 0 Al Fuller'sIry about streetcars: unless It was gates will be closed, and Conservation "' Elite Cafe and t
the kind: the horses used to punIn Area 2 should be up Grocery

A Apltluma.bs Tampa Tribuneand some of the cities.: I don't to normal If the current weather 1411w' LOCATION ;1 ,
know what any of them would trend continues according: : to. Corner .- !' .
Tennessee 'I
have done If be had happenedto Dan. and Fourth Streets 4''I : i I a 1

F1wa 2.1821a Carter Paint Store see a 1864 automobile, or a ? Home caok.d J'oocI. Sandwlch ,
: 001d
Ft. Myers radio or a TV. Mt Calvary Baptist ... Rev. L. i CookIn aDd Ice Cftua DriIIb. am s f

In the "good old days" they- M. Kitchens.: pastor Exclusive t t

R +OCK'SmlAnoN News Press Complete Line of Paint and Bvpfttet didn't have a Frigidaire In the Sunday School: and regular services '. Service with Atmosphere I
kitchen; aa air conditioner: to' each: Sunday rt smile \f I
TIcEB Home Delivery I Phone TU 2-3281 the living room or' an electric, Prayer. service and weekly meetings Don't forget to purduue a dewiiton News ,; .

$ -W. O.' CAMPBELL: |444 E. Sugarknd Hwy. ClewUton. J I'la.vt light anywhere rn bet all of the same time. "

pe t1RT Phone 2-2791 then would have crawled' under Mrs Emma Dixon. Yukon 2-7651 :
.,. .,. 4A .,. ''
4A.V. a haystack: or hid la the cellar Reporter ,'t



its tax roll this also 12 Inches of concrete and them.
of property on Telephone
... .... Jects, service requirements, etc. steeL The building Is blast service
THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Florida --.r- fl' jumping It from 50% to plied to .n II
PageS aP
..l :r- ...: t :: In a relatively short tint year The resultant proof and except for the door, tIes areal cg
valuation. by
30, 1984 100% of Inter
Thursday July
,... Covey Tetkpp
{ ...' :. Mr. Bradbury stated there Increase In tax money which Is considered bomb-proof. and Telegraph
{ has been no employee fore red the district will obtain from The Installation, being completely depedent Company 4k
.....' uction and none is planned In Dade property owners makesthe automatic, Is "unattend quarters to4HCampQUoU company Fort "lfII head.
) +
Okeechobee Waterway had .' ,IA t tI the foreseeable future. Employees reduction possible. ed. It isn't likely anyone will M rs.
I 0 I who previously processed visit it, however If the door la
Yew + this data manually have FCD had set Its mlUage before opened, the West Palm Beach
1'1 increase in been retrained and are currently the Dade reassessment was control receives an immediate
working with the new system. made, and the action Friday signal. (Continued from page
machines tax level to the point The Hendry II
The new IBM data drops the
borne commerce on the crease of 1962 tonnage of 506- are located In the Headquarters where the same amount of money Although there are two of leave Monday COunt crOUp t!
Okeechobee Waterway IncreasedI 545.Fort Accounting Depart m e n t on will be raised as had been these AT&T Installations In a.m. August .I1IOrnlnl It I
i\,, I in 1963 for the second year in a Pierce with 115,181 for Jackson Street In Fort Myers expected before the Dade county Hendry county and one in Thursday August, end fturt
,i row a report issued by the U.S. '1963, showed a substantial In- A room once used for the ep- action. Glades, neither county will use lunch. u Iftr
when it was
District at Jack- crease over 1962
Army Engineer credited with 76991 tons. eratlon of long distance tickets Homeowners will not feel the
I I i sonvllle reveal. Of the smaller inlets, only by hand has now been converted reduction much, but the one-
I }t The waterway carried 404.555 Cedar Keys, with 933; Eau Gal- into a modern data processing fourth mill reduction on large
I I t short tons of commerce la 1963 lie, with 105 and Melbourne, r'a center, one of the largest In land owners, business and industries ANNOUNCINGClewiston
calendar year, the report said, with 102 carried less commerce the county. will note the savings.
I compared to 351,947 short ton than St Lucle Inlet Inter-County has a six cycle
: accounted billing system which spreadsthe ,
:1. in 1962. Petroleum products
:F I Last year's statistics showed for the bulk of the tonnagesin work of preparing for some telephones SO- AT&T mircrowave.Continued Carpet Customs
000 accounts 81,000
and waterways
tonnage in 1961 was 304,391 all harbors ( from Page 1))
for and Charlotte over a thirty-day period.
'I "I short tons. except
tubes. A two-
receivethe shaped copper
Last year's figures credited Harbor, where phosphaterock dl u The first customers IBM to statementwill stage dehydrator, manufacturedby 210 E. Sugarland Highway
123.168 tons as "intrawater- products and fertilizer t s new type
McGraw-Edison, keeps the
added to the totalsconsiderably. be In the Naples. Punta
I way indicating use of both the chemicals
Gorda and Moore Haven exchanges wave guide dry, removing all
( East Coast and West Coast In- Tile
tracoastal waterways la the Other subscribers In moisture from the air In the Linoleum
the 13 county area will receivethe tubes up to the tower. All vacuum
trips involved. In one year the newsprint THE AUTO ALWAYS COMES OUT SECOND-BEST la aa en- new statement on their next tubes In the building are

i f 1830"Inbound tons outbound traffic, 38,731 totaled; north 230. American consumed cities by newspapers and communities in- counter with a train. Three Texas youths, Larry W. Kasber- regular billing\ date. air cooled, or the heat generated Complete installationFree
or eastbound 2.675; and south ry, Annan Harry and Ronald Stade, all ef Houston, learned Inter-County has gained about would soon burn them up.
1 or westbound 9,153 tons. would make a continuous this lesson the hard way when their ear met a freight train 10,000 new telephone stations In The banks of batteries In the estimates without obligation
ribbon of paper fifteen inches Installation kept constantly
and are
twelve months
the past
Intracoastal waterway with minor
The near Clewiston last week. The boys escaped very
from Jacksonville to Miami miles long.Sugarland this rate of growth Is expected on charge, using the REA cur Phone YU 3.3691
However, should there by
which meets the Okeechobee to continue at an accelerated
Waterway at Stuart carried pace. It Is felt that the system's any failure for any reason, an
petted to increase almost 100% 100,000th telephone will be Installed auxiliary generator would start
692,107 short tons, also an LD phone bills
Pharmacy in the next five In the
over 1962, when 612,904 years. by mid1966.Telephones automatically within five sec
tons were listed. (Continued from Page 1)) best Interest of the customers, In service In the onds. This to a 60 KW Genertl
The Okeechobee Waterway PIZZAYU employees! and stockholders the Inter-County Telephone Systemare Motors Diesel alternator, which
was fourth among the waterWays log equipment, depending on company instituted a more efficient now nearing 81,000, and al- has a storage supply of 4,000
I of the state but improved 2-3311 how the call was* placed. Under system to handle this most 700 people are employedto gallons of Diesel fuel, enough, Bob Overholt's Trailer Sales
I 1,Its position in relation to the top the new"system, customerswill large volume of calls; operate and maintain the it Is estimated, to operate the
route, in that the Atlantic In- system which Includes 52,000 Installation for four months.
receive only a neat compact G. T. Bradbury, secretary and
; tracoastal Waterway from Fer- statement of their long distance treasurer\ said that InterCounty's miles of long distance circuits The entire installation Is controlled 515 Central Ave. 1 blk. south of P.O.
j I nandina Harbor and the St.John's calls. The new statements entrance into mechanizeddata lacing together 29 exchanges and by a series of tones
; River, which carried THE however, will contain essentially processing has a two fold 13 counties in South Central and transmitted from West Palm Now on displayNEW
[ 881,602 tons in 1962, dropped to the same information objective. The purpose is to Southwest Florida. An estimated Beach control point. At Intervals -
aggregate urban and rural the tone signal from West
686.252 tons in 1963. that was provided on the individual prepare long distance state
I r; The Intracoastal Waterway CHRISTIRnSCIEnCf long distance tickets.Mr. ments more rapidly and accurately population of about one quarter Palm Beach starts the Diesel 10x55 Cranbrook 3 bedroom
:, from Jacksonville to Miami was Johnson said IBM billing provide a more detailed million people now reside In this motor and the control "moni
I second on the list of commerce service area. Excluding the Bell tors" Its performance, to make
procedures adapted to
were account of long distance calls, NEW 8x42 Palace 2 bedroom
carriers, with 692,107 tons in help handle the ever increasing and also permit greater flexibility and General Telephone Systems doubly sure there will be no Interruption bunk
1963. The route was also second volume of long distance calls in regard to record keep. the Inter-County System In service. beds
j, in 1962. being placed by Inter-County In,. The new IBM program, ranks first In Florida In termsof The 'local Installations each
St. Lucle Inlet, among the mOnITORAccurate] customers. Presently, almostsix when fully Implemented, will number of telephones and have a private radio circuit toall USED 10x55 Van Dyke, 2 bedroom
I listed "ports" showed a de- million calls art annually enable the company to obtain eighteenth In the United Statesin stations up the line.
crease in commercial tonnage handled and this volume la ex information for engineering pro- terms of revenues. It Is owned Duffy Contracting Company private
: compared to 1962. by over 4,000 stockhold rs of Miami constructed the buildings dining room
; The 1963 total was 752 short nationwide and has a plant Investment and erected the towers.
tons, compared with 1,064 short of over 140 million. The buildings have foundations NEW 3 bedroom 12x55 coming next
i tons in 1962. HOSPITALIZATION PLAN eight feet into the ground; the
I I All of the tonnage is listed as steel and concrete pilings rise week
: a "local" but no explanation of its Complete .Ollarant..d rlenewable for Lire &World Wide Coverage FCD cuts levy from a solid one-foot thick
I type included.. .Pa.NG,.Age Modlcal Umlt Dr.., Osteopaths .Enrollm.nt.Natlon.1 Home Open Life Now (Continued from Page 1)) "floor" of concrete at the bottom All trailers completely furnished
Largest portia Florida in tonnage News .and' Chiropractor. Co.d The amount of reduction In of the foundation. Rock finis
is Tampa Harbor with 15.- .Non Florida Reeldent. Aee.ptA.mane..P'orm OR" Hendry county Is $3,240. packed into this foundation Low down payment Bank financing
I 305,570 tons, a slight decrease Dade county, under court order and a 12-Inch thick floor is
: from its 1962 total. Coverage AGES 18-50 $2.25 mo I OVER 66 $4.25 mo Is doubling the assessment placed on top of It. Walls are
.' Jacksonville Harbor, with I,-
220,899 was In second also lower
than in 1963, while Port Everglades AGES 5165 $3 40 mo UNDER 18 too
(Fort Lauderdale) was e I $1.00 b' PRICES UNHEARD OF
third. When el.d edolt I plan
Palm Beach Harbor was well PLEASE FURNISH ME
down the list, with 875,906 tons, Florida Health Agony FREE: INFORMATION ..
[ but. it showed a substantial In- p, 0. Sox zn Name____________ Ale";.
\ Lake Worth, Fl. Addreu
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I lets cost with i ; No. 425. 64 Pontiac GrandPrix cayne 4-dr. sedan.

IlomsownirsPoBsy. Do ItT Coupe, loaded with equipment, includ- regularly priced $2,521.90

-- .Contact me today! ing air conditioning.regularly SALE priced ,.,. ...'.$2,126,74
.. priced

r"/ j o I The. SALE priced$5,036.86$4. ,095.00 Stock No., 264. '64 Chevrolet ImPala -

t. Abner H. I V-8 4-dr.1 sedan, power glide; ( trans,
Vann power' steering, Tutone paint white wall

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: 1I regularly priced $3,316.20 _
: YU 2.5971 SEll -' dr. sedan, power steering-power brakes raho 2 746 -
$ ,
I'I i w'RENT ay < ,hydramatic white side! walls, air condi SALE priced ,.,. ,
,I' ; tioning many other evtras.

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j Try Placing glide; transmission, power steering/: Ie
jt t : .i. walls, tinted windshield, wheel covers.

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';I! ::6a a ,s.. lina Sport: coupe. All! the goodies on it, in. SALE priced .$1,898'eluding
: Ad I In .. I.'
t I'; Food Freezer ever! .M. :.- air conditioning.regularly

The ., .:'. ,.!,>,'Of.- : priced $4,254.30 494 Stock No. 337. '64 Chevrolet Impala -

} SALE priced ,".... .$ Jf .46 sport sedan. All the equipment yon

f ii Classified would want, plus air conditioning.Stock .
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No. 426. 64 Pontiac Bonne. SALE priced$3,85170$3,163.71ville

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Just Phone
power seats, air conditioning, all other '

',\\1 1t; The Iras. exStock No. 405. 64 Corvair Man.zirt'ltUlarly .

YU 3.1201 priced $4,849.39 4 speed transmission. 110 hp- enpn6-

,j News ) SALE priced ,.$3,940'53coupe. tires, tinted windshield.

regularly: priced
And Place s2534.952226,46/
SALE priced
Or Come ,

Into The Your Ad Stock 88 4-dr.No. sedan 361., completely'64 Olds.equipped Dynamic including Stock No. o0ft IV.* '64 Chevy \II\, 4-dr.

Dusiness air conditioning. sedan, with white wall tires, tinted l wmd'regularly

MMUFD-3irSO.Ucu.ft. Office and priced $4,225-62 <% A shield.

C DIg-famllyr 711-lb. freezer-a zero zone store An xperienced : : SALE priced ,. .:.,....$ J144V-50 regularly priced $2.241.45$1 990.96
house for ill your favorite frozen foods! .. ;r" ': ,:... SALE priced '

C 5 full-wldtllah.lYlI. Plus twin sliding baskets for II AD.T AKER" : ,: We have many more I
bulky storage. 5!5 deep : I'lus several new ones priced as low as these
deepdoorshelvesremovable demonstrators that you can save up to $1,200 on.
I. Will G1ad1Assist HUnRY on in,
fronts. Easy
.1 C Jules can' holder for up to V You MAC fmancinlt. Up to 30 nloa> to pare

: 18 soup or Juice cans. 399.95

r ,. '1 e MeUr-MIier. economy Plus Tax Open Evenings Till 9:00 P. M."Chuck" .

and durability!
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YU 2-1601 ,
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