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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 37 NUMBER 32 CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed. See. 34SJ. P4C Subecrlptloo: 14.00 year J I''

the sturdy Seminole ..

.. : ,

third in I seriestithes Corbin heads
II the delcribln, the pro- 1st graders :

rtidel 01 the SemulOle period of 1 Inder auxiliary unit Board approves budget
their
during frDm tribal way.CUltDml John Corbin 'was elected lieutenant i { !

'FnCl to full fledged cit4in enroll heretomorrow of the Moore Haven-Clew-

i the United State.) Iston Florida Highway Patrol
!lip a program to as- Unit, Tuesday night to fill the I

!be plannlll'Indiana in becoming unexpired term of Kenneth seek professional appraisal t

0pportiof those charged Walker who is moving to Ohio

respcJDsibillty wisely this weekend. ...... -,
;the ,:, ,
Friday August 7, is registration -
this bad the advantages oftting day for first graders in the Present to extend good wishesto The Hendry county commissioners little sentiment, however for local ask the state road departmentwhat

\! the Seminole. to Clewlston Elementary School. Walker at his final meetingwere approved the tentative people doing the appraisal. alignment !It would approve

accustomed lifeR Any other new students (who Capt Jake Raulerson. budget as advertised, after S. C. Fry of Clewlston said he for this extension and x

:,.DUe ;their locations during e were not in the Clewlston. FHP, troop commander of Braden lengthy discussions of the Item felt the county should exert ev what the requirements of right I'I'ot !'

: lime 01/ developing the E P school last year) may register ton; Lt. John Conroy of Ft of $42,000 for a reappraisal of cry effort to get the appraisaldone way would be. Included In 1t''t t t

period learning the busU !in the school offices at any time Myers; Troopers Jack Bent of property on the tax roll and an In the tax assessor's office the group were representatives'
and Moore Haven Roy Hutto of La- sometimes detailed review of before additional Montura '
Seattle raising. during the month of August All ; spending money of Ranch Glades Sugar -
pupils are urged to complete Bell and Lou Tydlngs of Clew other items.Seventeen. for it. Growers Cooperative Terry ;

"fII 1 Montsdeoca, of Moore FHANK BILLIE, right president of the Seminole Cattle- their registration as soon pea lston persons, the major Dan McCarthy urged the county Jackman. R. E. Kreldler Jeff

laid the project was mesa Cooperate Association talks with David Jamlesoa slble. This is importabt so classroom : Abner Vann presented Walker ity of them from the Clewlston to get the reappraisal done. Wiggins and others. i

::3 la 1941 when 150 head onffrvaUon teacher and principal of the Big Cypress: school.-Staff Photo. space may be planned with a pin and pencil set as a area, and some of them representing "If we don't do it, the courts The board voted to buy two I

utlve cattle was placed prior to the opening: day of token of appreciation for his larger groups, were will do It 1 in their own way. new Shoupt voting machines for

From the startryry tlon to be repaid over a periodof proved pasture, fertilization school. service from the unit. present at the hearing Tuesdayand and the worst thing that could $1,080.50 each. 7 !
most of them entered into
'
happen Is for the courts: to stepIn
Native years. cattle were chosen grasses.learned to Insect buy and control.to sell They cabtie. ; bel Tomorrow morning, Mrs. Ma- the discussion of. the reapprai and do It", he said. It agreed to lease to R. E.Childresi '
Magtll principal of the Elementary sal. !
said Montsdeoca. who is the They; are on their way to School, asks that Legion post J. R. Spratt LaBelle, chair- the Raymond belief that Christian there "Is expressed a worldof the spoil,area of Scoring at Airglades apace for on ;
Agent for all the
Agricultural: holding their own !in the clttlem.n'
all whose last begin
pupils
names man of the Hendry county: assessment changes needed erection of highway, signs not I Ito
Seminoles In Florida. In 1941 world. p
with letters A-M come between school board, and president of In the He exceed 10 signs In a two miltares
county"
too questioned
much of the reservation land The
various cattlemen
on the 8:30 and 11:30; and those cancels AUco Land Development Company t
was swampy and Infested with reservations are banded togeth whose last names begin with meeting second the advisability of spending at I cost of $1 per foot of
largest taxpayer
the "2,000 for a reappraisal. sign per year.
mosquitoes. Purebred cattle in associations.
er At Big Cypress N-Z come in the afternoon between 1 in the county strongly favoredthe
The American Poet Is Everyone seemed in agreement The board explained to James
would not have survived but the group is the Big Cypress Legion
1 00 and 300.
: : for r
item providing a professional
not its that the reappraisal was CockrUl that the budget con- ,
the native cattle had a hardiness Indian Cattlemen's Coop having regular meeting
which was accustomed to erative Association. Its officersare A parent should come with August 11, due to the absenceson ,., reappraisal. "The badly needed but were not In talned $7,500 for a proposed new r
their child and should bring a schools face an urgent almost bow It should be workshop at Clewlston airport '
agreement on
1 Insects and swamp lands.Crossing Frank Blllle, president; Bin vacation of many of the off -
birth certificate or other authenticated cers. desperate need for classroomsnow done. There was also the tearexpre.sed which will be offered on a leased '
r the native cattle Osceola secretary; MorganSmith document showingthe and the school board Is bade (The !
e Little TlgerUU and Willie Regular meetings will be resumed that the reappraisalwould county recently en- f I
the actual birth date of the levying the limit of mlllsge permitted tered Into five lease *
r with Brahmans was firststep M. in September result In 1 Increased assessments a ;year
Tiger directors. The Cooperative ( '
In a long-range breeding has ride who under law. The only alternative and that the millage agreement with U.S. Sugar t
program which has seen the rides a range is another bond issue would not be correspondinglylowered. Corp for the airport property t
day to watch for .
every
se expansion of the original herd, child.School which Is an expensive way to at a $1. per year rental; it has '
any ill cattle fence break., etc.
of 150 cows approximately 3,* Although each family owns Us budget raise money for construction. H. S. Parkinson chairman. of previously been on a ;year-to- ,
Seminoles "He pointed out that the school basis). ,
500 head. The art the bulls which the board read an excerpt from year
own cows art
now breddlng their Brahman board Is now paying in intereston the state comptroller's explanation The board approved a beer 1U < ,
used in the breeding
cross cows with Angus bulls programare bonds enough money every of the reappraisal process cease for Willis Grocery at Fel- .J f fda
of the
the
property
has cooper- year to build another classroomin and Its which the and for Bernie's and Teenie's l
and the strain proven very ative. This makes possible a tops $1 million use quoted oj;
successful. uniform breddlng and the county. Florida law requiring the boardto Barbecue on US 27 west of 'I
program
Joe Billiard suggested that a
MOSTSDEOCA reduce the millage in proportion Clewlston.' .
nm enhances the value of the herd.
The Seminoles are natural local: committee could work board the !
to the Increase in The accepted reslg-
assessment
e project cattle raising has stockmen s s 1 d Montsdeoca. The cattlemen pay $1 per year The Hendry county board of of maintenance and supplies with the tax assessor and get nation of Ken Walker as Civil I

11 'family occupation,-ev- Handling cattle was something per animal to the Seminole public instruction drew up a which were added to the budget the same results as a professional The board approved the budget Defense director, because of his ,
family which wanted to they could understand and appreciate. Tribal Council as grazing fee. tentative budget anticipatingthe this year. One Is for a fence at firm with little extra expense with the reappraisal Item 1 1it in moving out of the state. I
They pay 25%= of the sale mon spending of one million dollars Harlem Academy where van
I The As Montsdeoca taught to the county. There was
participate govern- and asked the clerk to invite Name were drawn for a Jury
ey to the Cattlemen's Association in the county school system dalism has repeatedly destroyed
credit 1 1BUl'fIU In them through various projects r
it Nt up a agency all known appraisal firm. In list for county Judge's court ,
for operatic expense. This next year. Budget total is II- school property. It is plannedto
of Indian Affairs, the value of Improved pastures.Insect .
the state to have a representative A letter was read from Sena-
money buys the bulls and the 144,075. of which 1140,000 is anticipated place a high fence around the
cb loaned the to the and disease control.
i money at the September meetingto tor Elmer Friday notifying the j
business transso They learned the value of Im- equipment necessary. balances and reserves school grounds and keep the h
lies la i
present their qualifications, board of ,a water conservation ,
The Big Cypress Reservation The board voted a tax levy gate locked when not in use.
and discuss cost of making the meeting In Fort Myers August
now has approximately! 5,400 of 20 mills, the limit allowed bylaw The other Item Is for replace- 26. g(;,* 1
acre in improved pasture; it to help finance this opera ment'' of all unvented heaters in reappraisal.In f
err ti Is planted to Bahla and Pan- tion. 10 mills Is levied as County the high schools with vented other business Tuesday Attending the meeting were I
of R is heaters twa. the commissioners received a Chairman Parkinson Controls* r I I.Ionera.
gala, and 1,800 acres support and maintenancefund as required by the accreditation
overaeeded in clover.: and 10 mills as county district rules.. The heaters delegation of farmers In thesouth Campbell E. Nail. Grab r I
There are 55 families who own support and maintenance In Ii w' elementary schools county area who are Interested ton H. George and R. C Nowl. t I

cattle: the Indlat'tesetva"' fund.' The entire county 1 II in which: .are not vented will be replaced in extending Flag- Ing; County Attorney. H. ''Po ** 'i

lions The ultimate goal is for one school district, so the. countywide the following year according r bolt road. The board agreed to Johnson Clerk Dorothy Clark ; I' I

the families to develop their levy Is 20 millss. to present plans. and :Road Superintendent E.. S.Thomasson. ". "'<.I ,: l'l'I I I j
.
herds to the point where each There are two sizeable Items The board members listened > II 1

family has 150 breeding cows; with great Interest to a summary We're ,

this will assure them a sufficient of the county school needs batting No drive-but. : : i I''
income for the family. Mr. and Mrs: Louis! Christian for the year 1965-68, prepared ;

Many of the younger Semi- sea and daughter Lynda, returned and presented by Superintendent 1000 percent books :} !

nole men are interested In cat- Friday from a three Hornsby and decided to voters open .j\ : I t

tie raising, since 1) has proven weeks' vacation! in Loulsburg, await the outcome of the mow Lad week elaaelfied ad In. There is ,no drive for :'i; i' '
regis-
the Ctowkton
News returned \
successful project. The Bureau N.C.. where visited her for F
a they reassessment of county
tratlon of voters, but the i ,
lost office
of Indian Affairs win assist parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. property before making any financing a pet te Ma happy: of John L Hall county ,: .
owners' and a set of keys tt Hendry ; f
them with cattle loans, UDder Kennedy and other relatives plans for the buildings .
BAD NEWS, KIDS! the. husband who had dropped supervisor of registration Is <"' i
for repaymentover
contract and friends. which
a : are considered necessary.Importing ,
then m the open In the ,courthouse: at La-:
r&STl'U: WORK-fiemlneles are shew working at I pastopmtuent a period of ;years. BAD park.Ing 'Rail. '...._ "' ._.____ .0& .....i .
sellThe ***v wv* svuvuwaa dax A "
project uder general supervision. ef the Cattle raising Is the biggest few .
scattered : "
voters In .
come
for the Semlnoles poppy: which seemedto
income
*b agriculture agent, Fred Moatsdeoea. The mea areutoal source of and register" he j
and 1. the means Vegetable industry totals bt kin to CUhaahaa family said "but ;
shchnea, says the aged. and they are aIM adept at had strayed: away from business has not been brisk. ,1 1 f.!

'II I! .U Aerate farm machinery.-Ph.U fcy Mentadeeea. government Retort Welch's .home, and Most people seem to have reg I 1

ward making them independent the fatally was mighty gladto Istered before the May primaries .
million
citizens with a future of their $19 in county-Gallo tee the classified ad and when there was keen Inter r
,
est In local
ASC committee own. and nor mere wards of a claim their pop. races. I
government upon which they Woody Camrthen phonedto As the presidential campaign 1

would be dependent for suste County Agent Ted Callo told of South American cucumbers, valued at $995,000; ask If the botch tf key gets up steam Interest may Increase ,, :.
nance. Kiwanians Wednesday that the beef was blamed for the exceptionally 1,595 acre of green peppers, found m the BAB lot were and other folks may find ;,

nominations total crop value of vegetable low price of native beef valued at $1,646,400; and 5,590 strung on a shower curtain their way to the supervisor'soffice.

are in Hendry County amounted to said unless something Is doneto acres of tomatoes valued at ring They. were, and he The registration books

Three oil leases $19.257,400 during the la.t year, over come this, beef will become $5,060,000. was glad to locale them. remain open until October 3rd. .1

with tomatoes, water melons, I lesser portion of the The This make the News batting Though courthouse offices are 'i

being green peppers and cucumbers county economy Gallo said. Im- cost of county agent and listed total avenge a full 1000% an not normally open on Saturdays,
growing
accepted being the major crops. ported beef Is slaughtered In the vegetables marketing recent Lost and Found loom Mr. Hall says he win keep the ..

filed in county Gallo noted that few residentswere pasture loaded on air planes $1.10120 for per acre In 1981 at Why: don't YOU..,. a classified registration office open all day J '

lllllerl are reminded that a Dickson points out the Impact aware of the terrific and flown at high altlture to $78043 for cucumber.green peppers: for year needs that day, and close It at 5 p.m. '

d nominees for member of ASC committee-administered: As W Wednesday sees amount of money, estimated at Florida without ever having tomatoes and ; $87606for After that-It win be too late ;4 i
$443,84 for "
''s*floe ASC county com inb programs on the welfare of 1 Individual three oil teases had been $20 million annually that is being been placed in cold storage. melon.. water to register before the November II

i bam established at the farmers, and collectively filed la the Clerk's tfflot 1stLaBelle. taken from the county because ThIs. with cheap labor accounts general .. .

'JSyome.. And a .pe- on the life of the county. is of the lack of local: labor, for the low price beef )

U being made to ..eI considerable. For 1 Instance: last The first was Wed by: Insufficient supply houses for presently flooding American t:

Ibe greatest possible par- year 3.314 acres of armland Martha L. Simmer for 59 mechanical equipment,, fertili markets Gallo said.

JltioQ eligible voters 111 were Improved under' the Agricultural acres for a period ef fire sets Insecticides: and lack of State wide, Hendry County 1

wction.J. Conservation Program :years. The lessee was to C. local market. ranked 7th in vegetable produc-
'
Diction Chairman of cost-sharing arrangement This Curtis Reese, ef Shreveport The speaker made mention of tion in 1980 with 10,635 acres

wmbent Agricultural StaJ8 cost $26,60000 with about half La. the number one crop In Hendry In 1963 we ranked fourth with

" C a II d Conservation coming from the participating Lots Aoatla. leased to W. County sugar cane and noted a total of 12,865 acres under cultivation.

t Committee, said today farmer the balance from ACP. S. Floret ef Lafayette: La. that it Is the only one that' will .
v tanners. who are eligible "So you ell set that ASC 25 acres for all years and be completely manufactured In During 1903, 3,900 acres of water '

11Io III the committee elect: committeemen art In effect W. E. Perry: leased a acres the county with the completionof melons valued at $1.171,000 !

bav. the right to n- board members a big 'busi- te Elores, she for 9 ,eara: the new sugar refinery. were harvested; 1,430 acres of

U calldJdates for com- nss,'. the Chairman continued. Citrus is on the go. Callo said 4 4Yu I II

II lllembersllip tUl1b1e wltlf farmer "This points up the urgency: Ingetting with 6,000 acres presently planted i

1, Such and to out the greatest possible in the county. Estimates for No Bargain

PttIUOII.I. signed by percentage of farmer Jn county Teach your children the year 1975 are 70,000 acres, '

TlIIOreeDrIbla'Oteri., 1\\ the > may elections so that the committeemen provided the trees which are Festival I
h eountj office any' they select will more traffic safety now planted as experimental
tIoa.x uN t 12, nearly represent the thinking ofa grove materialize as expected.
Inds nominations! may majority of farmers." Groves planted thus on far Richard: Phelps chairman of
t-7 the Incumbent ASC to vote la have satisfactoryin the merchants committee of the
r A "farmer eligible KEEP FROM proven very
mmittee. y the..'are .. ;She committee elections,". according :- 1 growth Gallo said. Clewlston Chamber of Commerce
or determined has announced that thedt.wlde
deslr- : to the Chairman Is generally BETWEEN I
Bargain Festival will
It"1IIt IIIe beat meD a farmer who Is taking Cigaret tax not be held this ::year
Ifrvt avail.ah part or J. eligible to take part ''I ,
011 ,
our ASC com- in one or'more of the national milled 11. "
0I11rma1l
Dlcluon cle'lid farm programs which the ASC tops $5,000The : II'I I
.
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replies received with
were '
tans emhMck! e committee. of farm A committee'person ,eligible helps to to administer.bold office City of dewiston has received two of those voting against sucha ''i

1bose dealing with a check for $.11US representing promotion. Public response s 91
erpuiioe or IOU and as a committeeman: among the claret, tax: collected was likewise negligible when I
"II. Water'wpport other Is a local: 1. y
qualifications -
!be else on retail sales of clarets residents were ask to can the
resident who It eligible- to vole the limits during the Chamber and their de
y fadrim comrnodlUes.: in the election. Further'information : In city express
= p or month of June
7ears. the sire.The
these and other qualifications
--leG on i aN Richard B. Keating, director festival was highly suc "
"'IIique\ ill !be ct sg may ba obtained from DC pQ of the sUte beverage department ce..fullan year and those participating II I ; it
the
ASC5 office.
ba, come county PpQa which collects the tax were highly In favorof
_
under BUST fc BUST BURY '
acrutlny, As con- The election of the ASC coun- reports net collections: In the making the event annuaL The Arts and Crafts from aluminum trays, tt plaster of Par-- t'l
a at the I
. result ty committee will be by matt The However the has room Ugh school summer program has placq.... book it.
... state were 457253423. summer slipped eads. painting etel clockwise ,
.
tile 11ltern tsysotfllonly balloting between August 21 and of Clewiston qualified cities received $3,151 quietly by and most feel been a busy place these past weeks with fret front el picture, Ardlth Hunt Terry' I

Itta led, but September 1. The Chairman City $7795 and the remaining that there Is not sufficient timeto students from aD grade leveU. taking part In Padgett. Kim \ i i'
Mha been mark Murphy.: Lorrabt Dleb.... Fan I
urged an voters to
eligible the .
:'Ortbtned. amount went Into the general prepare and promote the program. Here art some feurth and fifth Farmer Greg (
Bendr County, Mr. and return their ballots before Police Department revenue fund of the state. salt. graders at work M projects, which range Miller Debra lifter. .
the September 1 deadline. .. PHOTO.
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and canals. Additional stocking about the greatest aging phenomenon suit looked like a convention of mlllht
.. Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Oewiiton. Fla Meanwhile two Republicans who decided to vote far of animals and landscaping continues known. One night nun. ClealOlI overdo It IDd lilt
Thursday August e. 1964 the bill were quoted on reasons emphasizing the nonpartisan daily.A you're U and only a few hour When I went to Ugh school Ila't feller fat I 1II0del.

importance of the bill's passage. "Sure Its political" said bit further south on the hence you're very, very old. students actually rode bike or much everOOd cloth: that
Senator AIken, "but It's infinitesimal compared with what's same highway Weekl Wachw And you don't have to go only walked to school. In fact If we lest the old and 7Clll1IUI
THE CLEWISTON NEWS been done for big business." And Senator Javits said !the Springs offered unforgettable by the way you feel Just look even got I car Sat night it was ghost Ise .aYIn, that s

Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Oewiston, program would "direct national attention on poverty and entertainment for the entire In. the mirror (Yuuckl I* that real llvln'. But I'll tell yousomething ernment !CLn! made bCis
ME?>)> and the revelation -* pair in 'PICficaUoI1l.
rumble
1 Florida by The Clewiston News Inc., a Florida Oorpontlea.I that's why I'm for IL"Christian( Science Monitor) family. really seat dragging main beat a I brung ltelll
1 II alarming. 4 T-
underwater auditorium up
Entered Second das Matter 1. 1927, at the The spacious at
as February re
I It offer photographers, Chip wa still waiting for my Birds and a wild Jag.I and EyDso Sa
Pat Office la Clewiston. Florida, under the Act of Congress oi
t March S. 1879. advertisingGood amateur and professional alike answer. didn't even know about TV speak with no sates
Newspaper !
I to take pictures of the beautiful "I'm forty. until I wa 21. One of my first ">ject. allowed "
I sOPW4 NATIONAL EDITORIAL mermaids. The show is wonderful "Wow!," gasped Chip si If Job was selling them and they Price of pants II bow
investmentMen and should be seen by everyone he'd Just unearthed some prehistorIc went like Beatle record, for under the Democrat\)tit 10
I a iAS I 11j"'r Nacbe Week! Wachee aso often relic.: about $1.000 each.I bought I pair lets he
cruise In. glass bottom "Gosh," chimed: daughter don't know to lkt
ii mi a what' gotten Gettysburg.
N r.3..iFU seldom buy shirts socks or ties. Yet they know
boats and a covered wagon tour Renle "Are you really THAT the matter with ua, but a* a Zeq Crubb
0 (dP Subscription Jlate .._. $4.00 per year what they want because like their wives they are stu of nature's Florida wilderness. old" kid I don't remember deoder- have DO pane rePOrted be
problems
C> ( ) dents of retail advertising. -SS- "Golleeey," sang liT ,-,... ants in. stores and I caa't remember count of him not we a

/ '11Otr BERT BoWDEN Publisher "I seldom go shopping but I usually see what I wantin Jack Rogers received caU a"breathtaklng" old Lisa. She didn't know from people needing! them. fog but overalls And b!
p h o n e nothing, but sensed something Maybe we ALL tank. the opinion
S. H. STALLS Managing\ Editor the paper then ask my wife to get it for me" is the typical Monday. someone called and big must be taking place. has got 'o fond that the

y Telephone: drain and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 comment elicited by market researchers who question ask him to verify the phone Suddenly I wa very tired of If you carried portable radio dollar they ain't or tilt

Advertising Rates on application. The management reserve men. number, his name and proceeded this subject and managed to around you needed a wheelbarrow tUate. the pants olnc 10 III
the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! to tell him he had won a and batteries cost 6 larceny makes ter
find at least 100 of .
i my way up
TRD. NEWS uiumei no responsibility for the return of un- How many things are bought each year by people who 1964 Sting Ray. Enough to make bucks thermore little clot
elicited manuscript or photographs stair and back to bed. be allowed
THE NEWS do not go to the point of purchase? catch their breath I ,
assumes no financial' responsibility for typorrapblcal anyone I lay there thinking. And can never remember onetime Bobby Baker and the

of ouch error error b.for.lb.or oommlMlon next lau. In of adrertleonient the paper will but reprint If notified correctly The total is high according to marketing experts. Busy only! to discover some young came to the conclusion that In when I wa bored for fern everybody in Wuh Iobbr
that part of the adTortlsement. In which the .rror occurred. lady was having a "lark on thephone" some way I really AM old. something to do. In fact I had was violating the &T
In the scant time element. would render the correction value- and women plus temporary or permanent Invalids
a men Better luck next time. Like modern fashion Bikinis to skip school: sometimes to meets and CowaS
the
a lee*; tn. New will reduce lea price of the advertisement by an
'I amount equal' to the poreentace of the total .pac. a. th. erroo. must depend entirely on the newspaperr when they shop. -ss- seem already passe and work In some fun I got behindin. manner that t has got
eoui or omitted copy represented. Stores that seldom advertise lose the business of this portion W.nto pass a bouquet to gala are busting out (heh. hen) ., and Jefferson turnin.both

of the population.The the new judge Charles! Miner, with topless Jobs. Gosh I can: Well o m e more rowdy their graves aces
r Jr, as he in his first offical remember when friend
actually evenI Just came by. You old Yours
businessman who while relaxing after work "hard tndy.
shops doled out several
is session wasn't allowed on the beach codger can remlndlsce if you'd'
Poverty nonpartisan the invalid who shops in bed. and the housewife who sends days of labor" to some of the wlthoult! my chest covered. And like. I'm going right down and Uncli

her husband or child to the store are all anxious to learn guest at the city motel. As our mommas In. their bathing be a silly\ youngster again QUICKIE: IBcin
Poverty la nonpartisan Its cure should not be> considered about new products and new stores. those who read the city: docket For party dessert.. bj 1
a purelyy Democratic 2-1 found from time to time note some the cultures roll heiplm.of .
concern though a majorityof The complete kind of advertising in newspapersis

Republicans In the Senate voted against the admtnlatraj essential to the vast public which does not make the actual "hard name labor"are frequent angle will. .tend. this to Uncle Dan from Devil's Gardenwas in vanilla salted or peanuts chocotb sera ice ,

j lions antipoverty bill Sensitive Republicans are against purchase.This create: a different picture over chocolate sauce.SugarlandPharma.
poverty as much as anybody else. Their doubts about the the cash procedure.With : DEAR MISTER EDITOR: amongst the best dressedmen
I' efficacy of the present bill cannot be wholly explained as public necessarily obtains its Information through the addition of John Pot- I have wrote to my Congressman in. show business It's his

i mere election-year obstructionism.A newspaper advertising and passes it on to a spouse, a servant ter as city attorney, local policemen and ask him to git them .pants that does it If you'll note !
a friend or a parent who does the buyylng.Macy's are now being backedby two Guvernment agencies that on his next program his pants
arroup of Republicans showed their recognition; of a prosecuting: attorney to was conferring at the summit tappers off about even from his
the prroblem with an alternate antipoverty proposal some world-famed retail store like other giant retail help them prepare and present on chicken soup to put another stummkk to his ankles and he's PIZZAYU

months ago. If the administration bill passes the House, as stores became great through extensive use of newspaper their cases against "city: legal item on the agenda.It lot enough cloth there to make
used to be a feller could him look gritty good.
It later this advertising. beavers"
may week one of the Republican
tenets will
remain lit a pair of pant he could pull But they was always the danger 2-3311
especially important It urged ('developing each program And like other large retailers, Mac '. continues to experiment off with his shoes on without no of course, that the Congress

including those concerned with regional develop with and test all advertising media. During the It's History Now trouble. But the pant maker

ment, to ensure that benefits will accrue directly to families newspaper strike In New York Macy's was formed to experiment has got together and figgered If
... I
and individuals living in poverty. you fmn soil chicken /u wf4H
extensively to find some make-do substitute for THIRTY YEARS AGO -
out no chicken can sell
I In other words passage of a bill to wage war on poverty newspapers. (From Oewbton Newt, pant without no you cloth.: And it Without question, the best

will mean little unless the forces on the front line arewise After the strike, Macy's again returned to the newspaper Aon. t 2. 1134)) look like the disease Is spretdIng. -
and efficient medium. "Let here Hat brim was gluing slimmer -
as a primary advertising me say
department Jimmy Bishop and W. G. and slimmer and tome Apartment Site
and now that the overwhelmingly largest part of the
Any waste will seem flagrant, because the price tag on advertising is currently in the ," Sealey, two 7-year-old Moore store was now selling shoestrings
store newspaper
'
.the bill about $950,000.000, is so much smaller than Haven boy, drowned while fer neck tie*.
many according to John A. Blum head of Macy's sales promotion. North of the
,students of poverty consider The National PolIcy wading in. the canal: near the The legs on the last pair of highway
necessary.
Committee Mr. Blum stated that in his judgement the bulk of de- fish house there. pant I bought fIts me tight and
on Pockets of Poverty for example is
I to suggest an expenditure of $10,000,000,000 a year reported for- partment store advertising would remain in local newspa Joseph Spadaro entertainedthe snug like my winter underwear.If Double corner with both streets paved
pers. U.S. Engineers and their a feller' ankle got swole up
five
years. weekend BocaGrande. during the day he'd just haveto No for tank.
families for a at : expense septic Connect
'J "In our judgement the point of view of women readersIn keep his pant on fer the
1 This is not to diminish President Johnson's achievementin Mr. Spadaro owned a
particular and consumers in general, when they pick up duration. Farthermore they
,.' getting his bill this far. He realizes that as.he said at and look at their newspapers is that of shoppers."A resort hotel there. don't allow no margin at the rect to new sewer At under marls
the Miss Mary Kline and GeorgeW
beginning the program will not eradicate poverty but waist fer eating a good meal.
'show the way." He Intended not "a struggle simply to woman Is Intensely interested In merchandise as Sparks were married! In. Miami I take off mine like I take off price of

support people to make them dependent on the generosity news. She expects to get this news information from Saturday.Miss by boots, git my old lady to backup
of others" but "a strrugggle to give people a chance." the advertising of newspapers. She Is totally open and Laura Matteson nurse and hold on to the cuff $2,500.
receptive to the advertising messages she reads in her at the Gewlston Hospital left while I pull agin her and gravity. '
Poverty today is not simply a matter of too few jobs to Mr. Blum said. for a month' vacation. She She says ahe aim to put
oo around-If it ever was. Many Jobs go begging and the newspaper visited In Erie. Fenna. where zipper from the knee to cuff

poor go begging too because they do not have even the The executive of Macy's said that his company often she took her nurse' training, on my next pair It could be. J. E. BEARDSLEY

basic skills to prepare them to be trained for the jobs that did advertising which "are not expected to mean a single! and attended the World's Fair Mister Editor the zipper folks

;exist. penny of Immediate sales." He added that advertising in Chicago was behind this save-the-cloth REGISTERED SEAL ESTATE BROKER
Misses Betty Sptcer and-Rob conspiracy.
should deliver ten dollars over normal
invested
Such poverty needs special'approaches such as those properly sales for each dollar spent on advertising. sMacy's erta Avant left for Miami where I was reading In the paper E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2.750I'
they are enrolled in a S-months here a while back where this
fought for the President.
by Time will tell whether his! program .
td television! feller Jackie
business Gleason
will "show the way" in the right direction. Already attitude toward newspaper advertlslnq'sho course.

:''jl Senator Goldwater is said to have called it."a hodgepodge have meaning to any retailer. For Macy's sells everything!

of from goldfish to yachts by newspaper advertising. TWENTY YEARS AGO
programs treating only the results not the causes of
Charlotte( Herald))
poverty. (From Oewkton News

August 4, W4)
II..: _:':%!:.i:.. ... _s' "'!!:: .. :'_ '_ r: _
-- -- - --
Sonny Sez H C. Avant. "Pop" to hundreds '
1
11'I
fW of friends, died in the local 11 1 1l1Qf

hospital after a brief Ill

n.... He was a genuine pioneer
Twos tough to roll out Monday

SERVICEIs who came: to Florida after the
and ,started back at the
.r Spanish American War (about
silt mine following a couple 1902)).
weeks of vacation spent visiting
The Hendry board of
county
In South Carolina, Virginiaand
at Montlcello. commissioners: voted to delay
r approval of their own budget to
An uncle at Charleston S.C. .
give the school board time to 1 1ca
a speciality at give ui the! Cooks tour of the j ,
naval base there coupled with let its budget OK'd by the State '
of Education.
Department
a similar tour of the Norfolk
Naval Base PIc Jimmy Hall was home
was reassuring that n
Uncle Sam la keeping the fleet from Camp Rucker Ala visitIng -

I WALDRON MOTORS"HUBIE" up even If he seems to be lag; his parent. Mr and Mrs.
log In other operations and de H. R. Han.
partments. Walter Vaughn enlisted In. the
I VS. Navy and was taking boot
I While there a day was spent
.,. .; visiting Jamestown Williams training in. Camp Peary W1JUamsburg. -

burg and Yorktown where the .

historical reiterations of the early .-
POST America were most interesting TEN YEARS AGO
f One couldn't help but won'
.. s
der what our forefathers would (From Ctewfeton News, ,
< think of this world We are living Aoiwt. 8. 1SS4))

,; the 'Glades best known auto mechanic has in and today landing. a on close the up moon.picture Bob Berner graduated at

Jet air planes, atomic powered University of Florida with I

returned to Clewiston. as General Managerat vessels pressure and on an Individual ever I Increasing and I Bachelor degree.in Industrial EngineerIng '-

state's rights. Mary Lois Hawkins and Ray

WALDRON MOTORS.In Enroute. home we spent a couple E. Lee were married la. the!
of days in Monticello visiting First Methodist Church. Monti-

the Service Department, he has the assistance ofBill Carr Settle and family a echo
former editor and publisher of On their arrival la. Clewiston

Stabler. the News. Thursday night, the Mrs. Lee was honored at a
Monticello Klwanls Club. of shower at the home of Mr*. W.

which be is president, participated L. Brantley, Jr. with Mrs. Curt
factory trained by General Motors in all phases of in an Interclub meeting 'Thompson Mrs. Ralph Caticauz -

GM repair work. 0". '24 years of experience. with Qultman. Ga. Klwanlana., Mrs. Bob Pearce and
The speaker a candidate for
.
Mr* S. P. Slonaker a* ho- BUILT-IN GAS
the Georgia senate. (while not RANGES
D. W. Judd polltlclng) pointed out the shortcoming tosses ..'liey.,. "n tme'esring"" ,
of our present national Mrs. Bobby Moore, the former ........ labl eepale. oIOIIr>f I ItJ.tpeed tap tsarists 11'I guannteed far tle

recently completed the JEEP Service School and government including the evils Linda Lee, was honoree at burner dsaRf JaIl.oneIpbtsiW..... 4 app'' N rout ranee. tier fNt COtnP 5M ad
shower .. .
i given
by Carol
of the soil bank Imported.South Miller. mats, 8t ape.. aeefit 1iuIWII.! .. ranges awp+EN
i holds a certificate as qualified JEEP repair and American beef. Increased social Georgia ParrUh and Mrs. Jack awn-bfoI1er eIImlnatia .peleey IaIIItraIe m4 solols WIll color *1111N5::: ( shits end hoods
I security benefits and general! mm. stkoopklg MdAutcmaU. epulnth
socialistic trends. Mrs. Clyde Egley \underwent

/ If the opinions offered In QuIt.. surgery I at St. Anthony's; Flap Natmt work and wateh for you

!' i NEWmIPMENT man are typical of the whole 1 1a1.; ] In St. Petersburg. 111I110-1"; TOP 11I101
; state of Georgia Goldwater will! .. mete
.'bree.." In that state. *d p. .......... every pot ItOtI-tH1IGUID Old socks dig.T .
sl
weak lilt I out
: -S3- FULLER'S FOLLIES .., THIIIoIIIJEI yea. e1/M yarn
I Thanks to the! fringe benefit tssme own oR autotnatlo. rill'
: a'vital part of the improvement program at'il of a "press card" the family ta- By AL FULLER ..Ie.....)IIt M1rIck1 went tt teas QTO.9AJ19Tl asst dill or ncIIeeIf8 1M JW-fIIa lab. J'OI' fII ..

{ Joyed a visit at one of Florida's U-year-old Chip looked at me W._ 011I .... 4 -
WALDRON MOTORS is being added daily to newest attractions Horni i 4 questionably w 140 clans .....M.for III t U 011I MD IEUace DOOM
I aassa Springs on US 19 near Inverness "Dad, how old are J'OU'" kltdlsa. __
ooeeenbnt
to
easy anew
In .
operation about a I ddII'm1Dd! the question Iwas
the'service department. year, the attraction offers a a little confused myself
I free boat ride from the blgbweyto right;J then about the same lalue. -
the springs! via a winding ,I GLADES
canal to the specious underwater Last night few friend had GAS CODan
.f Visit Waldron Motors today for observatory where a large trooped by and we'd ended up
number of fresh and salt water ]having a blast Not only twist-
flab can be teen. On the) j J ng but trying that
(
new T)
I ; Prompt Efficient Quality Service! grounds birds ducks alligators \I hlng where you Jiggle every. McCarthyra.

I porpoises and era lions! may be 1 tang from only! the knee up.Parties .
N seen along the winding trails such: a* this bring



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Hough Tommy Sexton age Hi: were Walter Comrfc director of Doodle-Bugs win dcwlftoo. Ila. Thursday THE CLEWISTON August 8, NEWS list Pe6e Three

rtle League Jane Passmore Gregg Miller, the tournament, David Denslow
SPlit 91LQWAS.M age 10; Marie McCarthy, Lamar Jr., and Bob Beardsley.
championship m.t.her
girls laday woo 1* leaving to *
Christie, > Mathew
age ;
Other contestantho participated to Crystal River.
homq.
Prewltt age 8; Da'e Penning- were: William Navarro Tuesday night August 4. Methodist WMS .
'jx scoresmtt ton, age T. Pepito Navarro Daniel Beards- marked the end of a most successful Mrs. C.} H. Mann and Mr*. "
Leader In the kill test areas softball leaguefor Sam Rich hostesses, served Ice
David summer
.U. 200 206-10 Glddens ...... ,. ley Ellington Luis De- and
_
9J 110 010 0-3 follows: 1218. A total of cream, cake, mint, nuts
gtandlof+ Rotary __ 000 130- Klwanl! ................. 330 OOOxGldden Age Group: 6 T; Dale Pn- Armas, and Kleth Carter sixty girls seven, age girls participated In plans new studyT Cokes at the refreshment hour r ."': .
W L SMU. continue to be the suffered their first Ington, Monica McCarthy; 8, Tuesday and Thursday night Other attending were MrrH. .
the
...,........... ....... surprise sand moat Improvedteam defeat of the season on the final I; Neal Pennlngton. Jane Pass- Central Playground games under the direction of Woman' Society of V. Turner Miss Ana Miner. "" :
t. to the league with their day of the season as Klwan1s more; 10. 11; Donnie Drake, Mr. Janice Hill and under the Christian Service of the First Mr. Daany Arthur, Mrs. L. C.. "
; 6 f J Impressive 10-4 win over the won their first game 6-3 be- Gretchen Bryan; 12. 13; Bernie checker winnersThe ausplc of the Board of Public Methodist Church held its meetIng Miner Mrs. W. R. Baxter Mr*.,
1 la."year's champ, behind the hind the pitching of L. W. How Bryan, Instruction and the Clewiiton In the social hall Monday Floyd Royal and a visitor Mr*..
strong pitching of Keith Carter ard. Howard and Jim Crockardled following winner were Recreation Department. night Faye Durrance of Parrlsh Fit. ,
.
:0 The
1
program sponsored by -
and the timely hitting of Bill the
Kiwanlan at the plate the Clewiston Recreation Department Issued certificates of award at The> league championship war Miss Marjorie Daughtrey presented
Morley. with two hits and driving In two and I 11 under the direction the checker tournament which clinched last week by the Doodle an interesting program"A -

.............. 210 100-4 William Navarro suffered his the run each for Mandy Morrell was of Woody Carruther was held at the playground on Bugs, coached by Mill Judy More Excellent Way" as- 'f.
r-'" 002-& of power Glddens. July 31: Vann and assisted by Miss Linda elated by Mrs. Frank Zemonekand
............ 102 first defeat the ceason and THfCAlSIIflD
LtpoA pulled Midget Division: Geiger Mrs. W. A. Moore. Mr :
Legion his bat ova equally quite a* was
. 4JIIericall .eaSDn bde- Skipper Hall' for the first time Vol. Fire 000 32-5 Rick Sexton wins Girls' The four girl team are presently David Denslow gave some highlights I ISCIEnCf
the :
;JItI of 5-4. The this year, Frank Tomllnson and Beardsley _,. 134 00-1 tennis tournnmentIn Ist-Terry Padgett engaged In a tourney In on the School of Missions. N f ,
'L oft In them Terry Jacob provided the Rotary Not to be outdone Beardsley 2nd-Beverly Beardsley3rd which the season winner were held In Lakeland In July. Mr
* run 1aDiD with plate power. Farms the Round-Robin tourna- -Linda Farmer defeated by the Seaweeds H. C. Thompson presided during
.lxth upset the Vol. Firemen
d the ment which was held last Saturday Bey: coached Mia Janet SlewertThe the business sessionMr -
lilt by
base 8-5
for
the final
d of ;two walks a Infield of the regular game August lit at the City Ist-Scott McLeod Seaweed were scheduledto *. Frank Zemonek secretary [ t
and .n Seth
season.!
&* Perry Am. Legion S 4 7 1-17 Howard Tennis courts Ricky Sexton 2nd-Pete McLeod play the final game Tuesday of Missionary Educationand
turned
Elk .........--0021 In an outstanding performance came out victorious with 32 3rd-Dale Pennlngtoa night against the Tom Boyi, Service, gave description ')
on the and
j played an el. Little Pepito Navarro stole Kenny Strickland and mound win rgalnst 8 losses over the Junior Division: with the Ole Rips playing the of the four study book for the mOniTOR I
%' cane game for the his older brother' thunder to Lang each collected two Sammy hits for field of nine contestants who Girl' : Doodle Bug in the preliminarygame. coming year the first "!beChurcb'
f'Lungtwohits.or.eaJd a l0-run halted game, with four the participated Sexton was awarded Ist-Debr Rider2ndGretchen Mission Among New
driving in two rum.r for four including two double Bruce winners the first place trophy cup Bryan Member of the Doodle-Bug Nations" i I. to be presented In
McConville and Bill
e a perfectS and two singles. while Brian Beardsley capturedthe 3rd-Judy Batton Include Faye Guthrie captain September.
Lawrence led the firemen at the
plan for Rotary. second place award and lie,.: Helen Buick Mary TIerl.U.MInnie Accurate '
the Prior to the regular game, plate with two hits each. .
Davis third
two of Jimmy won place 1st-Brian Beardsley Waters
//tore for three American Legion and the Elk Tlgertail Cheryl
loSel and driving to one played off their tie game from JUNIOR-SENIOR honor 2nd-Frank Rudd Lyndla Cypress? Kathy Carter Hi Haven Classin Complete ',
Each contestant each
played
3rd-Bobby Kelly Lenora Sutton. Christine McDonald :
earlier In the season and the PLAT-OFT GAME
Legionnaires also won it, 124. Vol. Fire .._ 701 03-11 other a five game match which Senior Division: Barbara Cox Betty monthly meetingThe '
meant each had News
.... 021 13-& "- Giddens 100 00- 1 player to play Boys: Sherouse Kay Lowe, MelodyCarlthers.
. .. 310 03-7 Vol. 40 game to decide who had the Ist-Mike Galasilnl Candl Hough Dorothy Tabltha Class of the HI
Fire surprised Giddens,
' make a SMU. 200 010-3 best record at the end of the The Playground will conclude Carlette
to and
continued Fletcher Haven Church heard an Coverage
0 the team In the Baptist
bid for the league cham- Lions mm....... ..... .. 000 110-3 top league by tournament The boy were all its activities for the summer Thomas. devotional i t ,
program
: a score of 11-1 In the playoffs.The interesting
, despite a one run lose In one of the most outstanding firemen scored seven quite tired after the contest with a PLAYDAY which win beheld Mr. Hill presented trophies on the theme "Love" given by
IP
league !leading V.l'.W, In game of the season, the efforts runs off of Mandy Morrell In the which started at 2:00 p.m. and at the playground on Friday Tuesday: night to Miss Qulta Mr. W. R Broadrlck at the recent t I If '
, taming game that 'wti of pitcher Keith Carter first Inning and were never lasted until about 8:30 p.m. but afternoon August 7, with Mazzlna a* the best all-around meeting. Mrs. Henry Stor- l
ball his teammates each had hope of becoming a stunt and activities and
because of time. and errorless by headed. Bubba Schneider and many player, chosen by secret ballotof ey presided.
? Carter and Lee Davit defeated the strong Lion Bill Lawrence collected two hit charter member of a future tennis refreshments being planned by the players: the league championship Following the meeting a social f;

out at the plate for by a H score Monday night a piece In the one sided victory.' team. Judy Bembry and Joyce Jones, trophy: went to Mine period was enjoyed and a .... iJ
while Don Murray, Mike Carter also had two hits for Schneider pitched the final Judge for the tournamentClewiston supervisors Judy Vann a* coach of the Doodle farewell gift' of appreciation

ud Kenny Field led the the night and drove in all three three Innings In relief of winner Bugs; and Janet Johnson received was presented to Mr. Paul Hot ... Ii
attack at the plate. runs for the winner Bobby Hare. r the trophy for the TomBoys '

Freddie Robertson was the Mandy Mortal Ceasar Mar who won the tourney .'

_... ... 51530-23 big gun for Lion with his home tinez and Mark Clark collected THE TELEPHONE game ST. FETCH'S LUTHERAN 1 Y.. $14 (CM$11Ca

. .4400-8 run. hits for the losers 11 1 a mean of communicating with Miss Hill also presented gift CHURCH '. MaatIIe U
third place Lion romped The I'. of appreciation of team managers Belle Glade > M* Hi'iiMimnt' earl
league championship our friend on earth. MtalvM wife MSjf alai 99
easy victory over the wlaju award and Individual award : and to Ernie Miller who Rev. Richard Roseman, pastor. --r .*. M
: 23-1111 an abevrlated Junior League will be presented on the final a Prayer Is a mean of communicating donated to Dime for the past 9:30: a m. Sunday School 1M cw. .. sskeae Ikn9M '
.......
,
mints, fame behind the night of the Little Major League 1 testa t with our Father who 1* In seven week to officiate the 10:30: a.m. Divine Worship $See ea. M..-- N

1 efforts of Rodney Hill final rtandtao,W L playoffs August 15. heaven. Go to church regularly. game 8:00 p.m. Wednesday. Bible ,....
of Bill 1 a r UII'1
ie and power Lanny hitting Sutton. Cidden -. 1 1 ; a t'' and "pray without ceasing"U Class .

r Baker and Mike Gal- Vol. Fire 3 Physical fitness Theasalonlana II:17)) Summerettes t .'
...
.
collected two hits a piece Beardsley ...--. 2 5 Team Standings r

, losers Klwanl _... -- 1 1 leaders named Community Presbyterian Church Hot Shot ....w _-.. 18 8 The Lutheran Church of the Glades : ;:

Goof Its .....,...:.j.ii.i-r- 14 10 .
Leaders in the Challenge 407 Royal Palm Avenue The Pin Ups __ 13 11 '"PREACHING CHRIST CRUCIFIED AND RISEN" ...

Course segment of the Phyil- HENRY .HORRELL FORD Minister Topletts I,.w.,.....- nt 12 12 ';
cal Fitness program which 11 13 :
Twisters
oily Roger Marinaand meets each morning at 11:00: 9:00: A. M. Worship 10:00: A. M. Bible School Whiz KidsIndividual laui.mr-.---.6 II I .

am. at the playground art a* IUfb Series St. Peter's Lutheran Church '

follows: Rev. George Neal visiting minister Lulsa de Mme m,..-.m 452
Gretchen Bryan, Pat dark
Louise Campbell 449 J
Fish Camp ,and Barnie Bryan, age 12; Judy Sally Blu .,,.m_ 428' Belle Glade I


Spgarland!: ( Highway Just over, the Bridge Individual Wanda Spurting High Game-._ 172 Sunday School 9:30: a.m. ) .

Lulsa de Armas ......"... 159 J .

inounces the following services: Church Directory Louise Campbell __-. 137 Divine Worship, I 10:30: a.m. : ":

w .- '
If RICHARD Y. R08EMAN, pastor '
i
,Ir the boatman:, Sugarland Pharmacy. i
IIMT CHRISTIAN CHUBCH COMMUNITY rRESBTTEBIAN FIRST BAPTIST CHUkCH

l Dockage> (covered slips available soon) 201 N. Fraacliee Street 407 Royal rains Avenoe 102 E. Ventura Avenue PIZZAYU "The Church of THE LUTHERAN HOUR and :

Free working areas for refinishing boats B. J. Goodrich. Minister Henry H. Ford Minister Rev. Bob L. Christie THIS IS THE !: .' ,

10:00: m.-Blble SchooL ':00 ..m.-Morning Worship 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School. 2-3311 !
[Headquarters I for International Epoxy Corp. 11:00: ..m.-Communion and 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00 a.m.-MornUg Service. LIFE"A. j

marine coatings ((2 part Epoxy systems), ma- Worship Service. t:00 p.m. Westminster Fellow. 1:45: p.m.-Training Union. ,I ''j

me enamels, caulking, sealants, adhesives, in. T.JO: p,m.-Communion and skip. 1:00 p.m.-Evening Service. ,9 I- ':
Worship Service. Wednesday Wednesday ,..: T
eluding thiokol and fiberglassing resins Wednesday: 7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice 7:00 p.m.-Officer* and Tesch.ere "

Rental tools available 7.30: p.m.-Bible Study. Meeting. .: : "

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I:00 p.m Midweek Prayer
\food metal and fiberglass boats and boat COMMTJNITI PENTECOSTAL S31 W. Oeeeola At erne Service. "\t"rJ"t"

trailers refinished. *bring. your marine pro. HOLINESS' CHURCH Rev. David Denslow Pastor 1.43: p.m.-Choir Practice.ST. :- 1:0:: : "*
Sooth Chwbtea. 1:45 a.m.-Church SchooL "
,
hems to us. : :
{
Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor 11:00 a.m. Morning Service.: : ..1 <

Y e 10:00 ..m.-Sunday SchooL 7:00 p.m.-Mtthodlst YouthJ'elJowahlp. MARTIN'S CHURCH .... ,!) ,4 4a I iSPHighway : :
1! .Q
11.00 .m.-Moraln Worship. ,.iJ. .,.
- : (Episcopal) ... 'I fir', e, tiwt '
Fishing 7.45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 207 N. PacUle ., ,! I ,
CHURCH OF CHRIST "
Service. 104 Booth Central Avenue Rev. Clark H. Dorman. Vicar : .!.{/ i di
Wednesday: Serviced it : .
Information Sunday
: .
J. J. Sullivan Minister ..! o.. '
7.43: p.m.-Pryer Service. \. ," .
7:30 ajn.-Earl/ Eucharist '
; '
Friday Sunday: i-i'; l',
''f the fisherman 7.43: p.m.-Youth Service. 10:00 a.m.-Blble SchooL 10:30 a.m.-Family, Service and ; ,,''''''' 6'
: Church School.
:
11:00: a.m. Worship. ;$ !
V NOBTHSTDE MISSIONAIYDAPT647 7:00 p.m.-Worship. Saint and Holy Day a* announced. i : .;Ii f ,
complete line of bait and tackle .
''t. ,... "
Wednesday) 1 1u ,
CHURCH
Floats, motors oil sundries Confessions by appointment !
gas, .
304 N. Francisco Street 7:30 p to-Midweek devotionsand ,
,
I
Inides t H Hf Hi
fishing licenses Rev. Julian Pope Bible Study. ; .

!feel( and] rod repairs including fiberglass 9:41 ..m.-Sunday School CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH C.; : ,I

,reaks guides replaced rods rewound and re"Ji'hed 11:00 ..mv-Morning Worship. CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST. Booth Oewtehm iWI2\E\ :1t
1:30: p.m.-BTC. APOSTOLIC FAITH ., '
" rod handles rpaired and reshapedr Rev. Herb Hlgdon Pastor
7.30 pm.-Evening Worship. Sooth ClewletoS 9.45 a.m.-Sunday School ;, ,
boat ramp and picnic tables Wednesday: Bro. Luther Dixon Pastor 11:00 a-nv-Worihlp Service. t ." : .:'

mack; bar open soon 7:30 p.m.Prayer Service. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 7:00 p.av-Baptist Training .<

":Efficiencies 11.00 a.m.-Preaching. Union J <
for rent trailer and park- '
i camper. CHURCH OP GOD Tuesday: 1:00 p.m.-Worship Service. ; 'I'If
? 312 Sooth raelfl Avean 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Tuesday: .:

''n 24 hours a day.7 days a week to serve you Rev. Joe Coleman Friday 1:00 P.DL-Brotherhood. .) 1':.1' :

10:00 ajn. Sunday School. 7:30: p.nv-Toung People' Wednesday: '
iditional information, phone 3-1801 11:00 ..aw Morning Service. Meeting. 7:30 p.m-Hour of Prayer. rfiritt1w t; ;; :;::-,,

7:30 pm. Evening Worship. Thursday: ..1\,. :
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Wednesday: m. A\'Ef! BAPTIST CHURCH 1:00 p.m.-Choir Practice. r' I : ,.

7:30 p.m.Prayer Service. Highway 721 )! I

llt D/w.. '* Friday 7:30: p:.m.-Young People's En Rev. Via Turner Pastor CLEWISTON: ASSEMBLY OF ; '1

deavor.JEROVAH'a. 9.45: ajn.-Sunday School. GOD :
11:00: a.nv-Morning Worship. :.4'
US Booth Fnookee StreetJam I
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11019100't481l11611 I6M1seII ( "
' (:45 p.m.-Tra1n1.Dl Union. ; .
!&
1\ ** 7. Klmbrel Pastor : !
I:00 p.nx-Evening Worship. .
Kingdom Ball-417 W. El PUG Sunday: ,. ,
Wednesday
.
.
R. Oaborn 10:00 am. Sunday SchooL I
Sunday Watchtower. Study S:00 p.m.-Pr.'er Meeting. 11:00 a.nL Morning Worship '... /,
11:00 ",\
4:13: p.m. a.m.-Children's Church.
Tueaday Bible Study 8.00 p.m.. 7:30 p.m.-Evangelistic Service -
Ministry School 7:30 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Wednesday:
Thursday
la's IHC= Hooker Ptai 7:45: pnw-Christ'* Ambassador Shop now for a new PLYMOUTH or VALIANT!. : aWE'VE
SuYr p.m.ServIce Meeting;1.30: p.m.n.Il.UGABET'1 Paul Strickland Pastor : JI t

I 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Thursday .
SHARPENED OUR PENCILS FOR CLOSEOUT I
CITOXCB 11:00: a.m/ Morning Worship 7:30 p.m.-PnTer and Bible .
1 ensefnaf.rbgjNl. Father Robert A. Hostler Wednesday: Study. i

-Sunday Mas. Too: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Friday ,'
1.00
Too a-nt-DaHy a-m Weekday Mas Saturday: 4:00 p.nv Royal Ranger for Now Is the time to save a bundle of cash on a new, 'f'I

BEACH 7:00: a jn.-First Friday Mass. Too: p.m.-Youth Meeting. Boy '64 Plymouth or Valiant It's the end-of-the-model- I I. I 11 j

MOTEL .. year season and we're closing out our '64 stock to :, ; 1

ZHrtctly on the Octm.Brand new and fea
prices are I low and our pencils are extra sharp!I. .

10oAe0 Large Asartmnwtse
JWiElltl8ned W... Plwist 'CountyMotors Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's Inc _
launni / tote Putting basal a Canes Shop Hendry HURRY IN FOR A RED HOT DEAL AND SAVE I !
J i.nrir6rtwtil'wiil' a Dancing Outdoor ffftfl: STANDARD OIL COMPAMT Complete Deportment Star. '
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Special Ditcoutt Rata Giddens Furniture Clewiston Federal i'1 J' I
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Tractor
Kelly SAVINGS.ft .LOAN ASS* BEC'KMO.TORS'
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Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS denriaton. Fla. nett
Thursday, August II, list August 10-Mrs. John E. Hawkins -
ij Walter Wy e, Maurice
r nKl Fletcher, T. O. Goedhart, Bob

Hare. Marion Lee Mrs. How


i August ard Bishop.11-Lillian Kelly, John r

NEW5 Drake. -I

: August 12 Mrs. Taft Cason,

J Mr C. W. Fuller, Charlie

:' _. Bolton, Ida Norton, Betty O.
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lip' Ballard. ::1..

Miss Sutton tells The total attendance was 7Sperson.
.. The Clewlston girls IgT f; :

:!: 1 wedding plans were thanked for furnishing the Miss( U.S.A. was
I fried chicken potato salad, bake
ed beans and cookies served.
:
31 Miss Patricia Sutton has an-
The also thanked Mrs. ClewistonMiss
girls in
i ounced plans for her wedding,
I\ en Saturday August 4th! .to BiKIy .1 Pirkle for the sugar corsages rve
) Bryant. ,; / j"i 'for the honor guests. U.S.A. 1964 was In Clew- Y
Judy Vann filled the station
J i i The ceremony will, bej! performed lston, but Miss Universe was
ef the associate worthy advisor.
at the First BaptistChurch
Mrs. Vann announced that the not.Clewiston
; in Clewlston, and the beauty fans, who
a 'ev. Teddy Greenberger will of recent group of grand officers &uji 11 JIiL."l'U ....- 1 OU.. U beseiged/ the 16 contestants for
here last week was the largest
;j Dclate.f the Miss Universe title who
; group to visit Clewlston Assem GRAND WORTHY ADVISOR OF RAIN.BOW'IN sUngton, worthy advisor, Pahokee Assembly;
held Intie
r+ ) A reception will be made an hour-long stop at Old
Fellowship Hall tallowing bly. FLORIDA was greeted fey the members Donna Herndon, worthy advisor, Moore Haven South Bar-B-Q Ranch en routeto

,.J the ceremony. ft f 'f .j. ,' 'Following the meeting the 9f four Ralnbew Assemblies when she Assembly; Grand Worthy Advisor Mau Miami Beach for the contest,
No Invitations are belnt'malT. 1963!! scrapbook,:wag displayed and a cortege of 11 other grand officers visited reen Barney of Leesbnrg; Reba Brown, watched the results eagerly.

..,,1 ejd, and all friend of the young+ and refreshment K.'Executive'"*.were enjoyed. .Is Clewlalon Thursday. Shown at the plo- worthy advisor, Belle Glade Assembly! ) and They were delighted when

,,,1 couple are cordially j Invited toattend Die sapper, which was moved Indoors when Susanne Peers, associate worthy advisor one of the visiting lovelies. -
both the cer and : boardof rain threatened area left to right Penny Pen- Clewlatoa Asiembly/HSTAFF PHOTO. Miss Bobbl Johnson, of Alexandria i.
,J the reception afterwards.Rainbow J Va. became Miss
LORRAINE DICKSON-S
: 5 U.S.A. She pitted her blonde LIFESEE DOLL, -6UpR
W.M.U. meetsThe Grand dale :Beach. loveliness against a field of 15 teaeted the .loae .tt ,ton, of two w visitor, J*
hear officers of Rainbow st
girls : Mr. and Mrs. Don Galasslnl, other contestants in the'finals, Show last Wednesday at Youth Center Cretchen Err,? p t '
Mike and Steve Galasslnl visited but the winner was Miss Kl- watches as Monica McCarthy gives Susie ,Ids I Ipat.
of executive board of the Q a little
grand assemblyMembers her sister, Mrs. H. B. Mc
I First Baptist Church Woman's visit District 16 Friday Clelland and family In West riakl Tospel, a stately brunette, .-STAFF PHOTO. adulrys 1

: of the Clewlston Assembly Missionary Union met at the Palm Beach Saturday. who represented Greece.
of Rainbow heard church for planning meeting Local: fans found they had
Girls a
Lieutenant and Mrs. Joseph
Miss Maureen Barney Navy
grand attended the Tournament
Girls Softball and
Miss U.S.A.'s autograph,
the Grand with Mrs. W. F. Nail presiding.
reports on Assemblyin Peters and baby are in
worthy advisor of the Grand
Game, and returned to some of them had taken her
Jacksonville, at their regular After Mrs. Robert Kelly, prayer Clewlston for visit with his v>
Assembly of Florida a
Order of the
Masonic Hall for refresh- picture. (She's gracing the win-
Su- chairman, led in the Call to
meeting Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs Pat Pe-
I Rainbow for Girls, paid her official ments. Gifts and parents
courtesieswere dow of Sugarland Pharm.cyalolll
Peers associate Prayer Jt' was decided to In-
sane worthy and Mr. and Mrs. Dan
visit ters Mc-
to District 18 Thurs-
advisor, who presided, reported crease the goal for State Mission presented the G r a n d with others of the group).
a day, evening July 30th at the Worthy Advisor, and each ,of Carthy.Mr Miss Greece was not in the 1
the theme of the grand assembly Week of Prayer by 1S%. Masonic and Mrs. Walter EoVluhn
Hall In Clewl
ton. the
grand officers received a bus which made the Clewiston
I was "Sunrise of Promise"tf The board set August 13 as The and children, Carol and
Clewlston
Assembly was
t aid she and others who attended the date for the ladies to meetat corsage made of sugar cubes
hostess Walter E. Jr., of Gainesville,
at a dinner served at
prepared Mrs.
tf encourage all girls to plan the hospital and sew various the Hall. Mrs. Abner Vann; by CharliePlrkle. : are spending this week with Mr. RESTAURANT
( to attend next year. The opening needed articles for hospital use. drand deputy for District: 18. and Mrs. Hj T. Vaughn. stop.Births
and closing sessions were Announcement was made of gave the welcome and Introduced Other guests attending, in aoVditton Mrs William Parks of Rich -
considered beautiful. the leadership conference In De- to Rainbow members,
very Miss Barney who Introduced mond, Ky., spent several days
TODAY
!
Suzanne reported also on the land on September 14. the eleven grand officers were Mrs. Burnlce Johnson, last week at her trailer home In
official visit of the Grand Attending tin meeting were with her. They were: Beverly mother advisor, and Ann Redding Erlkh's Trailer Park. She will Mr and Mrs. Cecil Lamar Ta-
\ Worthy Advisor Maureen Barney Mrs. W. F. Nail, Mrs. W. R. SchuU, Fort t worthy advisor cf Cocoa; return In October for the win tum announce the birth of a
Myers, grand
I Thursday. There were 12 Broadfoot, Mrs. George Line Mrs. Dora .,Shulta and Mrs. daughter at Everglades Memorial Try Out Take-Outs

f"f"i L i e I I five worthy advisors Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. Bert Beula Simmons, mother advisor several day, July 26th.
Hol- family are spending
Charity
Joyce ,
F"f seven past worthy advisors four Whldden. Mrs. Robert Kelly lywood,; grand,Hope Armstrong; Iris Turner Mrs. Reba Browne, Mr. weeks on vacation In New' Mr. and Mrs. James C. Ford Whole Fried Chicken
t. mother advisors and two past Mrs. Bill Thomas and Mrs. E. and Mrs. Don Aipey, Mrs. Thel-- and sightseeing announce the adoption In June,
Leesburg, grand Chaplain;, Hampshire enjoying
( mother advisors at the meeting. M. Cornette.Siivia'S ma Norris and Mr. and Mrs their routes. of a baby boy, now 11 monthsold. ,
Moore Haven, along
Paige Pressley
enough for 2 3
b grand treasurer; Sally Griffie, R. J. Allen Jr., of Belle Glade;; Mrs. Ruth J. Vaughn is leaving ..- He has been given the or

Eau Gallic, grand Religion; Barbara Mathews, grand rep. this week for a vacation in name of Nicholas Carey.
resentatlve to Oreson; Elaine Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Diaz- $2.25with
Jeanie Petty, Pensacola. grand Baton Rouge, and other points
Service; Janet ,West, Lake Gunter worthy advisor; Sharon in Louisiana. Arguelles announce the birth ofa

; Worth, grand drill leader; Virginia Lake Joy Runk and Dorothy. Ralph E. Damon, who has daughter, Maria, on Tuesday Cole Slaw French Fries and
Kindergarden Lang, all of Coconut Grove, Miami August 4th. ,
Grayson, New Smyrna been hospitalized at St. Mary's .
Beach, grand musician; Glenda ; Marcia'Pennlngton Fibs West Palm Beach since late Mr. and Mrs. William Bailey Home Rolls
kee Mrs. Eileen Raulerson,
editor; Sandra Rich, Cocoa, ; April, was released from the announce the birth of a daughter -
mother advisor; Ted Uzzcll,
grand historian. hospital Saturday. He visited on Monday, August 3rd.
Worthy advisors Introducedwere Moore Haven. briefly in Clewiston before going Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Platt $3.50
Registration open at new residence Penny Pennlngton Paho The Assemblies of Moore Ha- on to Lake Placid where he announce the birth of a daughter -

kee Assembly; Reba Browne, ven. Belle Glade and Clewlston will spend some time In further Patricia, who weighed eight
316 W. Arcade Belle Glade; Donna Rae Herndon were well represented by Rain- recuperation. pounds and six ozs. Also Greek Salads to go.
Moore Haven, and Suzanne bow Girls. There were about' 75 Mr. and Mrs Keith King, who
.l Peers worthy associate advisor persons in attendance. have resided In Clewlston for Phone YU 3-1751

:1.lx x ( Air conditioned playroom Clewlston. more than a year, returned to Sugarland Pharmacy
I' : The group, following dinner, the north this week.

tt Age 4 and 5-Separate groups Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCarthyand PIZZAYU
family enjoyed a long week

i t Spanish taught Transportation Available end Mr.trip and to Mrs.the Florida J. C. Ford Keys.and 2.3311 Advertising doesn't cost. it PAYS
itl
)1) family have returned from a
j Parents welcome to visit after August 20 vacation visit with relatives
and friends in Orlando and in
several points in Georgia.
1.1 Mr. and Mrs. George Beater. AUGUST
e fflSQNALS and son, Clint ,and daughter, r tte

Cathy, of Huntsvllle Ala. have 1
;' been visiting Mrs. Horace Bes r
Automobile and Boat ,
Eugene Bledsoe of Washington tor for several days. p
DC. will arrive Friday to
visit his Mr and
parents Mrs.
BIRTHDAYS!
HAPPY
1-D M. D. Bledsoe and his slater
FOR SALE Mrs. L. P. Austin, Jr. and fam August 6 Mrs. Douglas Bal--
'
./ ily. lard, Bob Adams.
;0' Mrs. C. H. Miller and Mrs L. August 7-Parker Wilson, Lewis Assortment

The First Bank of Clewiston offers C. Miller to went the to airport Miami where yesterday Blount, Eva Wimberly, Ned Boy's Cotton Print
Helvey.
r r/ for sale: they met Mrs. C. H. Miller's August 8-Lutle Bobbins Earl PANTS Ladies Goods
grandson Steve Miller, of Lex- Piece
Dyess, Sr., Evelyn Ford, Homer -
1-1963 Porsche (normal) ington, Mass who will spend M. Cox. SHOES
some time here.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holladayand August 9-Timer Powers, Billy Sizes 6.12 Beg. 9Sc yd.

; Sports Coupe automobile daughter, Betty, will be Williams, Kenneth Young,
High Heels
moving soon to Crystal River Marguerite Sage, Sara Ben- Reg. $3.98-$4.98 2yds.lGirls$

Aluminum Boat after a two year residence in Now Reg. $4.49-$8.99
:11 1-Cadillac Capri Clewlston where they have
t : James Lewis Harben 9-year- made many friends Mr. Holla*
f'' ; 17 ft. by 8 ft. beam with 50 h.p. old ion of Major and Mrs, day Is with Reynolds and Smith Star Spectacular $2.49 3.49 Only $2.99 -

Evinrude complete with Frank P. Harben of Elelson Air'Force Construction Co
J motor Base, Fairbanks, Alaska, Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Don BIG DANCE and .

f starter, controls and Gator trailer. won top honors as a Buffalo Galasslnl Tuesday were her
I t. hunter in a controlled hunt In a parents, Mr. and Mrs J. B.,
(, national forest la Alaska. He Cox Ortona Locks: Mrs. E. K. SHOW Ladies Bathing Suits
; :1": Both can be seen at ,the parking lot in back shot a 1600 pound buffalo with Weaver, Rome, Ga., Mrs R. M. Men's

,; : of the bank. Contact Mr. Stewart Mr. Moorman a gun so heavy he had to steady Busby, Jacksonville, Charles R. Coming Soon Sizes 1-14
bids It against some stationary obJect Busby, Los Angeles, Calif. sad R E S S E S
) s or Mr. Spooner They are now receiving to shoot it with accuracy. Mr. and Mrs. H. B..McCleUand Swim Trunks'

t f. ;:' on one or all items. James shot his buffalo three and family West, Palm Beach. Belle Glade % Price
times Mrs. W. O. Morgan, Sr. spent Boxer Prints short and %
Major Harben accompanied the weekend In Lakeland, with andStretch
FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON his son on the three-day hunt. her daughter, Mn. Wilson Boy- National Guard sleeves Both -
for which the commission drew ette and family.
names of the lucky 20 hunters Jay WUklson of TallahasseeIs Summer and Fall
Clewiston Florida from 2,200 applications. spending a couple of weeks ArmoryAmericas
LadiesBathing
James was awarded the highest here with his grandparents Mr /2 Price Styles

score In the hunt, for accuracy and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot.
size of buffalo, etc. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard 1.. answer to Suits
-"v., '", Vt :v. '" ; his picture with the dead animal Yates and baby of Tallahassee "The Beatles"The 40% off
was published In the Game visited his mother, Mrs. Mild
Commission's magazine" JamesIs red Yates this week. Boy'sShort Sizes 8-40
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Vel- number Bandin
one
11MWI' James M. Fountain and Mr. and trt and Mr. and Mn. C. W. .
Mrs. G. 1., Espenlaub, of Clew- Fuller are spending a two Miami and all of Sleeve % Price

ti IJ I.'M NI1 iston. fecks' vacation at Fort Lauder- '' FloridaliThe" '.
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Sport Shirts Girls'DRESSES: :: -

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FREE r
Cotton&Knit
1. Let
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r Busy SignalsPlus K g. 2294.00 Sizes 6.14

'' AT
AIR CONDITIONyour Crinolin SlipsY2

$1.19 to $2.29
40% off

[AI Fuller'sMary car Popular Given Away Albums Price



f Easy Complete budget with plan installation $26995 PlusDance Many other items on sale too numerous to mention!

Carter Paint Store
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Sorry NO LAY F1Y4LPARKINSON'S
', 1"Qne Day installation! Contest A-WAYS ALL SALES

., rtfn
it Complete Line of Paint and Supplies '"' 6rWARTMEM

,PboM ,YU 2-3281 Beck' MotorsPhone with.Trophies

[i 444 E. Sngarland Jlwy. Clewiaton, 71s.I Continuous Entertain- STORE

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MRS. Lewis, unlawful speed, $10 .ewl toa. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page 1Tre
may embrace Communism $12 court cost: James L. Thursday, August e, 11164 _
Argentine
Clewlston DWI, $150 or 8 days;
Fletcher, I.. Perryman, no valid
missionary in Kiwanis talk Engineer '. license, sentence with careless driving and causing days, Wm. Benefleld. reckles f,

says Myers ; Lester Reed, running red and accident, $25, James A display] of fire arms in city $150

DAVID DENSLOW el posters, a whip and a knife to mother learn, $10; Joseph E. Wilson, Medford, careless driving and or 5 days, Howard Sutton, pub I

? one used gourd by He the also gauchos gave, and a survey a tea lq ,1 id. n, which $25; A C McIntyre, causing an accident $39 or 2 lic drunk, S days of hard labor.

".uaentlna Countries of the of Argentina's history Funeral !' is: -
I IIIe" Bilker Lloyd Knox Clarence J. Chapman, new a ducted this /
-*giwasia Wednesday. Knox principal of the Clewlston High and i i
Meth School, and John Whitehead, Jackson,
sJOCiale CsierlncfWest Palm pastor of the Moore Haven Methodist I
** served three J ears a. Church, were guests at r
anarrBey !In Arlentlna after, the meeting David Denstow. Court J : I
pastor of the Clewlston Method- t
"S.fi.ck ofCfaith In the gov'Atgendna. lit C h u r c h, introduced the ,out by Lad .
,
"But Jllfnl. When US.pro- speaker President Claud Hidden 'City Judge '
*'presided
IA ask for .peclflc plans in his first One StopService ,
all ; ,
for held

efreusd allocating meddling funds, they*Alliance Arlentlne are ae- Rotary learns' F : _L court stituted two ,q'Y i

do cotder, t time in ", .,'Iri; y I
/dka'Bu1lt!! they, corrupt Om: "school costs and ; ., 'I !r.Vey r.
ud ucb plans needs I
doled
.JlI pocket the aback Intog :. ,' : .. i ;: : were appeared :

emmemtroni3U nwJpr pro.. Dan McCarthy told Rotarians 7 ___ sxa .__ a Cases

The pOOr feel that Juan,,that a reassessment of the Hen- CLEW1STONS NEW HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL, Clarence Miner !
teL dictatorial .dry, county tax roll Is needed
; :
assumed J. Chapman, public ;
e1i who rets a helping hand from Mrs Lois Galastlnl -
;Immediately to relieve a really
Twltty., Jr
ill hhisfljdq who has' "critical"WttratlotflnclassroomConstruc secretary who bal served in that capacity for several
one $10 Lassie
Sh U anything for them,, ( ogGint,4I qewlston\ years Mr. Chapman comes to Clewlston from Fort Pierce driving; $ : 'I v : : ) XJ I' :
111 done be- where he has served as eight' year as assistant principal of
after
,
,
In exUe : "c1)oo1. careless '
eras b flow :4 Dan McCarthy& High School and as principal of Falriawn Elementary I' .i ) "t, '
overthrown in: a military ,,,'J. He spoke.at;,the Monday lunch accident, $ ; 1\ ''\ I
I eon meeting at the Inn, and School.-6TAFF PHOTO. Roberts, W .1'

third of the Argen- urged the club members to attend cense, $35.: .
a
T1mD -
people are Peroniits, they Tuesdays meeting of the ton, US Air Force Dennis and ning red
"11J board of county commissioners/, Sportsmen form
Ana
Michael '
kept out of go of Green Cove Springs
J Peronlsts cannot be brought" when the vote on the budget Virgil of Clewiston, three daughters driving, $15 Printing of all kinds-
,tbB ten years takes placeMcCarthy. Mrs Betty Webb, San cost; Pete
aid I Knol,fiveeyy may turn to.mmunism. said the CewistonelementsrfschodlRal gun club here Diego, Calif, Mrs Jackie Roberta wanton "
." a crying Clewlston.! Mrs Stanford and $1250 ; :
Castro bas taken mi'"h frompaies need for three additional classrooms Eighteen Clewlston area 'resident Sapp Metters, Ga". two sisters, King, Letterpress printing i in any size quantity.. We can i ,
of Peron," he said when it opmalts doors met Tuesday night and two brothers, two stepsons, area, .
h. Guevara, Cubaf Minister for the fall term x four weeks formed a club which will be three stepdaughters, 20 grandchildren does not ; also handle register forms,, continuous forms for
Industry, was In Argentina from now. 'l'bere"wmbe two known as the Lewiston Gun and one great grandchild Ezzell, : .
!IIIr! Peron. classes In one room- *' former Club. It will be patterened after lie Ware, billing machines. If it's printed, we can do it for you .1/
II no race problem In auditorium, not s u at. d for the National Rifleman's Association with no
There!
r potaa laid Knox because teaching, there will be a classin and is open for membership KATHLEEN LEWIS: 7 days of : quickly and economically.Engraving ';:y
II only one race. There Ison. the teacher's lounge, which to all over 11 years of age, Harris, Jr.,
tn
sntl-Semitism Jews came certainly was not built for both male and female Miss Kathleen L ,e w 1 a, .,of $12.50 court .
Argentina! before World War teaching In addition to this The executive committee is Blakely, Ga. passed away on James i I
to escape German persecu- there are several classrooms In composed of Calvin Swindle, Monday, August 3rd, of a heart while ',, '
,?, and Nazis came after the the old buildings which are substandard president, Don Evans, vice: attack She had been a frequent of' hard : ," j'j'We !
in size visitor in Lewiston for r. '1
IT, president, Bill Harn, secretaryand many ,careless f
Arimtinas President Arturo McCarthy used examples of treasurer, Jack Bogardus. years, and has many friends court cost, : handle wedding announcements invitations '
ji said Knox, Is "a dc-noth- his own property to show that chief Instructor, and Wendell"Whatey here who will be grieved at her lic drunk $ ; ?l :
who makes Calvin Coolidge In some valuations the assessment executive officer death public: : I
ni ook lib a bolt of lightning Hishrtit roll of the county Is now Those interested in becoming Miss Lewis was the sister of Tall!,, public ;' : personal business cards or any other type of engraved : :
'
actual charter members of the the late Mrs Menlo Perry, and ,
t to natlonllze the oil comoiiti hardly 40 percent of the new ,
Is just a political maD- value of the property If the club are asked to contact any an aunt of W G. Perry of Clew stationery.Rubber ";b= '
ver and will leave the comJUKI .} property In the county is reap. member of the executive com- talon and J. C. Perry of Jacksonville "\ : '
better off than before" praised, more valuations wouldbe mittee prior to the next meeting '\i
ArpoUna Is still an agrlculutil raised than would be lowered which is scheduled for August Services were conducted yesterday I "
country, Oranges apples be believes, and the mJl- 18 at the high school 7:30: at the First Baptist '
iches, and grapes grow In theme lage which the school board p.m. Church: in Blakely with the Stamps- ,
region 'levies will bring in more funds Tentative plans] call for the Manny Minter Funeral Home in YU .,

Knox showed the Kiwanlans with which to build classroomsand establishment of a rifle range charge 5-day service given on any kind of rubber stamp. "
bolero a cowhide rug Craw pay other school expenses and the creation of a junior
McCarthy pointed out that club for boys and girls under 17 Signature stamps take a little longer but can be s&i i
the school board is limited bylaw
in the millage which it can ?, '
cured. i
assess ,
A number of Rotarians Indicated HEALTH "
:
their Intentlcn of attending ,
bun FrL Sat \
Au"I..SDOUBLE the budget hearing ,

: FEATURE : Dr.the L.meeting Vaughan: presidedat 2'OPJ'CSt:1Iorrice y '* Advertisingoffered t

Special Disney
Picture for children 40e k Cart"D the Clewiston News. If
"MOOVSPINNERS" eI Y- Dan atlydkra.. to you through your ; ,
HALEY MILLS"HOID'IHAT'BABT" LoN! 11.dkd Saran ..4 aha. j -
0 d. lIodkal ANod..._ j business requires reaching the mass' market, this is J I i ,I

Drugs are produced under "", 'f I
BOWERY BOYS K i I
standards of purity and unlfor your headquarters for a single. advertisement, or acontinuous I"4'I I I
P.Ueata'DlllduI..edVda mlty in strength, and must be .tsRil '
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Sun. Mon. Tues. 1ir H
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Ahlkeson. Margaret Morgan reliable. These standards are ., ,
Aug, 0 10 11ADULTS J : campaIgn, }
ONLY ; Cynthia Prater. Glen enforced by laws and manufacturers ;4
'NIGHT OF THE ONeal. Jeff Salisbury Jesse must live up to them. With ',t"
IXGUA1"A"RICHARD Passamore, James Cane, Pearl Yet, even the most Innocuous ... '. 1
Lang, Clentts Wood, Mary Re drug may carry the potentialityof \ 1
BURTON mess Mary Cypress Baby girl producing an undesirable reaction Direct Mail ServiceThe a V

DEBORAH KERR Marshall, Carlo RainerePaUenU in a certain individual Smart man this one Keeping! up ,
AVA GARDNER'eioessee The use of a life-saving drug ses" very often means low insurance ,
Williams\ Story of Remaining is a calculated risk There Is in disaster strikes they Cry the Loudest! largest circulation in Eastern Hendry County '
lot and Violent Loves Leslie Andrews' Morris Wai- general less danger from the economical Insurance is a big step toward ,
dron, Vera Gunter Olivia Mar reaction of a needed drug than and a hupp/ liteBeardsleyNash. '
let Thurs, Au,. 12. IS tinez, Angela Arguelles, Alberto there is from the disease A We offer a direct mail addressing service for your .J' i1 i1i i1t it
Delgado Madeline Cruz, Ola who prescribes a drug
DOUBLE FEATUREWalt physician Insurance '
Disney Daughtery. Annie B. Nail, Lav- must have assurance that the printed literature. Reach every home in Clewiston ;

"8'" AGE &\\{" on Bailey, Barbara Platt Mary drug Is precisely what it is supposed Telephone TU,J-7501
also Ann Cypress, Charles Tirger.Jr. to be.Standards. Sugarland Highway and rural routes by using our specially prepared ,, t
MILDLY ., Frank Thompson Lillian of pur I t y and
THE PRESLEY COUNTRY"ELv13 Bowers. Bessie Mildred Mc- strength are established at conventions mailing list. Rates gladly given on request. .
Gowln of physicians, pharma ..r r

dab and o. t_her scientists: -..i.PIO .
Standardized drugs ol accepted : '

KINDERGARTENKegbtraUoa therapeutic drugs value and are are called listed offIcial in- 1r"R A UGAR Pictures- ..id.I ; .


Opens the The UJS first Pharmacopeia.Issue of the pharmacopeia Extra prints of pictures taken by the News staff ; \. .,, r.
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!: a.EW1STON NEWS C1ewbton, I'lL ed with citrus groves Many of superb architecture, the music lm th for. S.19 all. dale<:_.*1',C"H ftmMNOTICB !..Mi and district each shall owner represent shall b.ono entitledto share, LeB.Ua IBL8 \ ELEMENTARY, Florida, will b*SCHOOL recelvel Rood quirad": to execute

Thursday, August e, 1"4 the lakes have white, sandy of bells and the sylvan setting. on* vote In pereon or by by the Hendry County Board *f eeverln, and.I:: ?
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In writing for Publl Instruction LaBella Flor. lorrnia oedB ,
beaches and are excellent for And a restful, quiet, beautiful or sHHurr ALn every ewned 5tneary Vin
Notice I* given I that t acN of land by him Ida, on or before 1:00: p.m* B.8.T, the amount "'"
swimming, fishing and boating spot where visitors may feel Karl & I>ya,.b'r., Hherlff of In such district, and the three August II, 114, at which tlm. cent nfttonerr e.wnnr
Motel in the area are modern, as the sign at the entrance declares Hendry County Florida, under persons receiving the bighaetnumber and place thy will b* publicly looNO eo.
vote .hall b* declared and roadCopies ...
of opened ..
Lake Wales Florida's of writ of
virtu a a'
in Highlands plentiful and Inexpensive.Lake by an extract from John and by a* Supervisor.; and said BIDDER
ecutlon heretofore Issued out of .. of the Proposals, Contract DRAw
Burroughs: come here to find the above entitled court In the land owner shall at such *lo Document Drawing and A BID .u.Tt.::.
Wales itself is a prettytown period ..
myself It Is so easy to get lost Don styled eau'", have levied tlon determine the length of the Specification I b* obtained s tlla of thlrl 10)) hr ,
built on a series of hills following term of office of each supervUor by eligible General 1 d.t. t for 40" .;
the property Contractor
s. the
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with upon ouch 1i
visitors art in world. which open
spooks the th.m
attracts which slope gently down to the ItSl Oldsmobile SS Holiday shall*o be elected rep.etiv.l'by one, two from the office of the Superintendent THR OWNER tf
Whit of
color Public
4 door :
t 1 mirror-like surfaces of numerous The sanctuary II open to the Serial Number I7SMOITK and terse y.are ad th.y shall I Courthouse LaBelle, Inatruotlon Florida :: ; : rojeci 1tE3ER.P\ TIq
By BILL WOOTEN circle you will find one of the lakes Approximately 250 public every day of the year Tie No. 4 WU1TA pens. until their iuoc.sor hall Each proposal must he accompanied thereiad to wall ::
elected and qualified.
b. bean
\ Take most any road map of state greatest concentrations feet above sea level Lake tb. property of the above by a Certified Check.
from 8,30: '.m. to 5:30 p.m. Recitals amid defendant, and that on Dorothy Moor Clark Cashier. Check or Bid Bond By --
this part of the country put the of things to do and see la so Wales is the highest city in the are given on the carillonat lit. Iltlt day of August at Cs- Clerk of the Circuit ecu ted by the Bidder and Surety x- J. R. Sprat -=-.

I point of a drawing compass on small an area, peninsula state. times and dates announced achy 11:00 AM, at th. Southdoor Court nasally. County Florida Company licensed to do bnaln.M: t8.ad 0' 1'ubllo (p5ATTEPP ....
here In the hIbWithin circle, attractions of the County Courthouse, In Florida In a sum equal to
Lake Walei. your Lake Wales and the surrounding
locally These recitals together In LaBelle, Hendry County, Florid By ii cent of the amountof .ndry Cannty. '
I lands of central Florida and range from active spooks to arttreasures scenic ridge country Is highly with the quarter-hour Westmin *. I will offer for *. to the Deputy Clark 'M'"fJr: The Bond: la required Carl: K "*
circumscribe the city, using a and 23 fresh water recommended In Eastern Air highest bidder for ch In hand CN-4SI a* a guarantee that If. / Hornsby
titer Strike and hourly recorded the above described property, a* July It, Aug. S, ll.4IK the Bid I* _...pl.... a Contractwill to Superintendent and g.,,,,
lour-mile radius. Within the lakes set in rolling bill cover- Lines' fly-and-drlve vacation selections during the day the property of Mia Defendantto be entered' Into and the performanc the'yBoard of Puhll.Inrt' 7CN

plan. It is approximately 57 give the marble and stone tower satisfy old execution. 'TUB COVHTY .JUDGE'S of It properly ...,u,... 7Count' Pl.ndsNtlk.' .
SCHOOL .DORT' miles east of and about EARL S). DTE8S COURT; IN AND FOR HEN DRY The successful bidder will\ be re- July JI,
4 NOTICR OF FIHLIC HKAMI1O Or Tampa its popular name Singing Earl 8. DF.... 8r, Sheriff MrAui. I 1114
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Pursuant to th. provisions of Section til.II, Florida Statutesof M miles southeast of Orlando. Hendry County, Florida' COUNTr. FI.OKIDA.It
141, as amended by Bectlon S of Chapter S1SII, LAWS of Florida Tower. It truly sings and so FMOBATIOHO.
,{ Acts of nli6, notice I. hr.bl' .I..n that public harine .h.1I b. both with excellent air service. will :your heart when you hear'''V CN-.414Alia I. IS feednovice .
held. by the County Board of Public Inatructlon of Hendry County
Florida. on August II IM4, at the hour of 1:00: P.M.. In the county Speaks It IN RE:;
courthouse at LaBelle, for th. purpose of dlacu.alng" with th. eltln Right In Lake Wales there isan Special: carillon recitals are Or KM9CTI01
** of the County the proposed school budget of said County for given on Christmas Day. NewYear's B. It known that I, TOM ESTATE! OF CARLOSR. !
the final year beginning July 11004. and ending Jun. 10, IMS, interesting phenomenon) you ADAM! Secretary of Bute of .PICKET, deceased.
which tentative budget I. nmm.toed a follows 1 should see. Its called Spook Day Independence: Day, the Slate of Florida, do
harts Labor Day the birthdays of five notice I that a NhR"l'l with ust
Hill. You not see
:: BUDGET FOR THE SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE: OF may any Washington, Lee and Lincoln ECTION will be held In Hen. NOTICB TO CREDITORS stop ,_
spooks, and that's a pity. But dry County. Florida, on Tuesday TO ALL, CREDITORS, LEGA-
A. HCHOOLBon Hand 114,Til they are here alright How else and on January t, the day Bole nut ucc.edlnir th* flrit Monday TEES, DISTRIBUTEES AND pal
ii. Anticipated Receipt: died In November, A.D.. It... the Did PERSONS HAVING ANY CLAIMSOR
Blat and Federal Fund ..r _______. 4 1161 could your car roll uphill? Tuesday being the third day of DBMANDb AGAINST' SAID S S ,
E.rmark.d State Fund. *4 111 That's what it does, so help me. Great Mesterpleee November to fill the following ESTATE::
,i Count General T.... 110,III office: Toil and each of you are" hereby N6p
Ii' County District T.... 111).161 Mine did, or I thought It did. About four miles from Lake Voted State Senator notified that you are required c
,j ., Other Sources ____.. |,loo You park your car at the bot- Wales, in the general direction Representative In Con arena for by Law to present any -
tli. Sixth Congrai.lonal District claims and demand which you
tom of Hill close to a
Spook
TOTAL ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS of the Singing Tower, there Is a Th, ((1) Justices of Ih. Supreme 0' either of you may have
.1 s AND BALANCES: _, 1I,141.n white line painted on the paved remarkable reproduction o f Court Oroup 1, I and SThr agaln.t the estate of CARLOS R.
street Sitting in the car you Leonardo Da (i) Judge of the District DICKET, deceaaed late of aidCounty
Vinci's Last Sup-
C. Proposed. Expenditure: Court of Appeal for the Second to tho County Judge of DEL MAR
General Control I 41.141 cut the ignition, leave it out of per". A mosaic with 300000 Appellate District, Group A, C Hendry County, Florida at hi. MOTEL
Inatructlon _.., ,m 1'1,110 gear and, release the brakes tiles, reproduction, called the and EOn office In the court houa. of said _
: Operation of Plant _._:, ,.. .. Maintenance __ i.eoo your Great Masterpiece, faithfully Judicial Circuit, six calendar moaths from th. S
". Auxiliary Agenda ___________ 11.17'I .hill as nicely as you please follows the original painting on Governor tlm. of the tint publication of Singles. Denbles J'.JD11t.l1D1.
I Fixed Charge __ _. 11,100 I tried It twice and watched l Secretary of Stat. thl. notice. Each claim or demand e AIr CeodlUooed TV
wall of
Capital Outlay ... ____.. _.... 14,000 the Santa Marie della ComptrollerCommlMloner shall b* In writing In duplicate S
t ._ dozens of other drivers try It. Grazle In MIlano The and shall the rfcanes S4-boar SwitchboardS
Debt I r.lc. __.., ,._._ 7OU Italy of Agriculture state placeof
Other Operating E/xpena. ..? 1,100 All the cars rolled up. It's fascinating colors even appear somewhat Treasurer residence and pat office address Baby Sitters Available '
fcarmarkad Fund. ".000 Attorney General of the claimant, and shall
Anticipated Balance and Reserves __.- .' 140,07' faded ,Just as Da Vinci's painting Superintendent! of Publlo Instruction be .worn to by the claimant, his a Servants Quarters
T Some say it Js an optical illusion. Is today after the passingof aient or his attorney, and any e Swtramloc realleitaoraat
TOTAL PROPOSED EXPENDITURES, I don't know. But It sure 466 and to Florida Public Utllltle CommisNGt .ncn claim or demand not *ofllej
,
JItLA-ICEIt- AND RESERVES11,144,075 years exposure loner hall b* void C NearS
looks uphill and a car ,Just the elements for a while after Attorney of th. Twelfth Helen C. Dickey
Part II couldn't roll up a hill all by Itself World War II. Judicial circuit Helen C Dickey a* executrix Credit Cards Hetwred
i BUDGET FOR DISTRICT INTEREST' AND SINKING FUNDBal.nc. Public Defender Twelfth Judicial of the Last Will
must be there.
It .. and Reierve _e- Spooks The Great Masterpiece Is Circuit and Te.tament of CarloeMILLEiR 1510 No. Ashley Street

Anticipated Receipts ______ _____ -4O'ropoud -- Anyhow, the sign on the side housed in its own building constructed One (II I) Member of the Hou. ofRepree.nlatlree B.CONE. .. (r. I. 41 North
Expenditures ___ _._ _____-__.__ -0-- of the hill says "The old negro :. OWEN, WAG. ) _
Anticipated Ralanc..n4 R...,... ------- _0- something like a stage, NER" NUGENT VALDOSTA GA a
Th. mlllag to b* 1..led-on th. Itl4 Aa.sment Roll to produce th* parked his car here so he couldgo with one side open. It is in a County Judge 607 North Olive Atenue .
r, nor.... revenue for the budget for the en.ulnf year oral fishing He looked back ashe park.like setting of trees, flow Clerk of the Circuit Court West Palm Beach, Florida w
County Support and Maintenance Fund _?_ It mill started for the lake and the Sheriff Attorneys for Executrix Cf1 b !
County District Support and Maintenance Fund 10-mllls \ ers and green close-cropped: Tax Assessor CN-471
District No. 7 Interest,and Sinking Fund _. __ -'*_ smile on his face froze.: His old grass. Tax Collector July 12, 10. Aug I, 11, KM
Compl.l. 01.1.11. of .ch n.p.rale port of the school budget .um. 'Jalopy was slowly moving back County Buperlntendent of Public WiRe for Ithmtur mid! new TRAVa OUIOE
marled above are on file and are available for public Inspection at uphill with the motor not running Spectators sit under a canopy InstructionSuprrvlKor LEGAL NOTICE lilting,, >.n*siotell. free eoert I*ceejr, .......-
the office of th. County Superintendent of Publlo Instruction at Oh.e to view the nxxlae while a of RerlitratlonThree TO BIDDERS :.t.t
Courthouse at LaBell Florida, and will also be available for such 'Dem's Spooks't cried the commentator gives its' historyand (1)) Member of Ih. Board Healed proposal for the construction Nd, end! tpprev.d. by ContrttI of Motor ibMIL
public hearing together with all Supporting itatement. and. Information and fainted That is of County Commlulon.r Dietrlct of A MOBILE DIVISI
old man details. After the commentary I. I and I. BLE CLASSROOM FOR DAN
All Interested persons are cordially Invited to participate In this how Spook Hill got its name." visitors can move right up Two (i) Member of th. Board
public hearing and to di ir u.a the school program and budget for of Public Instruction Dlitrlct
this County for the ensuing year. SIagIagTeweT to the art treasure close I and 4.

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. Three miles from Lake Wales enough to touch It Two (5)( ) Juitlce of the Petce,
MEMORY COUNTY TlI.lrla' I and I- .. \
An exhibits
Byt Carl E. Horn.b, the famous Bok Singing Tower adjoining building Two CI) Conll.bl. DI.lrlct 1 -
Carl K: Horn.b rises majestically, from 295-foot models of many of Da Vinci's and 2. .
Secretary and 8uperlnt.nd.nt In T..llmon Whereof I
Inventions that
reminding
you
t CN-IU Iron Mountain, the highest point have hereunto set my STEAK
Au. e, 1114 .I of land in the state. the talented Italian was way hAnd and the Great Seal
The Tower and the ahead of his time. of the Stale of Florida f
Singing at Tallaha.se. the Capl.
Its You will scale models of
see
Mountain Lake Sanctuary surrounding tal, this the thirty-first
I j it form one of the his parachute, machine gun, day of July, A.D, 1*14.

most restful places in all of printing press, automobile, canal TOM ADAMS
Secretary of Sate
r The demand for fat Florida. The melodious bella In locks, diving equipment, (SEA!: ) HUNGRY
rock throwing machine and war CN-41]
the tower. and the shaded walks Au,. I, 11, :0. IT, 1914
and stocker winding through groves of oak tank plus drawings of his flying

and palm and pine and bordered machines, all conceived nearly *OTI" OF llmTIO TO

cattle is heavy with azaleas and other 500 years ago, RPfllSTFR: FICTITIOIS! NAME!!

I blooming plants make this a, F a s slea PlayA certify The undersigned that does hereby Chef Ernest McCray
we are conductinga
: / Buy only the "place of repose for the human mile and a half south of floor covering boil nese at 110

,lAh spirit. And that is exactly what Lake Wales the winter headquarters F, Bugarland Hwy, Clewuton, f

cattle its creator Edward Bok intended of the Black Hills Passion name Florida of, Clewl.ton under the Carpet fictitious Cu.- : '

1It i you want it to be. Play is open to the public. torn and that laid, firm la com.po..d : -( is ready to broil for YOU l
of the following
from
f Bok came to America The play is presented only during whoa name. and pI"" .. of peraon r.si' .
his birth place in Den Helder. the winter months, beginning Sena .r. a follow.: .G 4
It The Netherlands in 1869 when It, M Berry. III Brookhlll A t
in but Selected
February can:
/ becoming you Drive, Fort Myera, Florida Top Grade U.S. Choice
old. After
if he was six years
visit the theater, which reallyIs Johnnie 0, Tomlln.on 14 E.
a successful writer and an amphitheater) set in a citrus Mariana North Fort My.r
r -Sale. Every Monday at 1:00 P.M. editor of Ladles Home Journal. Florida,
Seats"are on an open
grove Ownership' of Clewl.ton Carpet
I' he built the tower and sanctuary hillside, the stage at the bottom Customs {* *a follow: New York Cut

as an expression of his of the hill Behind the stage R. M B.rry-I. per cent
Johnnie Q.
Tomllnion
i thanks to the American people another hill covered with citrus per c.nt -50 ;

for the success they gave him. trees provides a pleasing backdrop It if OUT 'Int.ntlon to apply to
the Clerk of th. Circuit SIRLOIN
Court
Since the 1929 dedication, a STEAK
In and for Hendry County, Hor-
year before Bok died, millions Also south of Lake Wales, Ida to register the said Bamo ,'
GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. of people have found peace and about three miles from town and CI..lon the provisions. Carpet of Customs under
Chapter
beauty here. It's purpose. Bok: near the Passion Play site, Is Laws of Florida, Acts of "10912.41. (Available from Noon for those who rant 1 wait until 6 F-3/0)
said is "simply to preach the Witness our hands lhie Until
the Casa de Joseflna, an old day ,
of
July 1101.
/ rheae WT C-IOZS Belle Glade Fla.r gospel and Influence of beauty furnished
.' mansion elaborately a M Barry ,'*.
reaching out to visitors through with tapestry furniture, silver, Johnnl. o Tomllneon Served in

4 r .. trees, shrubs, flowers, birds. silk, rugs and china gathered R.SM.rBERRY andbJOH.YNiOI by a our dining. roomtte..r

from around the world by its JOJIL1NSON before m. thl* Und i ; :
r. day of July A. D. IM4.
.. late owners Mildred, R Bofleld every day ;
I 1 1I Cypress Gardens with its colorful Notary Public ,

I r water ski show and carefully Notary.t Lara-Public Stat. of Florid

r landscaped gardens is only My commission expire Sept 14,

MOBILE' PAINTS about twenty minutes drive from CN 1106-,411

Lake Wales. Get there around July III, Auc I, II. 10, 1M4WOTICB PLAN NOW Enjoy Dining Out

noon and you can have a pleasant

lunch on the terrace while or M'IILIC MFFTIO: I.
watching the lovely and skilled or lAinowNFH 11 noLLfx

'I. fI young girls dp around the lake HEIlmr:lIHACVAtiH COUNTY; DISTRICT ILORIDA.

on skis One young man skips TO WHOM IT' MAT CONCERN:
across the water with no skis A.mo.tioc of th* ownere of

\ at all. Towed by a fast boat !be I I.the called land. situate for I:00 In p said.m., district the if THE

t simply uses his bare feet day of Aua-u.t. toe at Cl.wla- CLEWISTON INNClewiston
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ton
Inn Clewl.ton, Hendry
About 15 miles west of Lake Florida,
County! for th. purpose
Wales is the phosphate valley of filling a vacancy on th* Boardof
1 j'. where mastadons, and other Supervisor by electing a 8ujwrvlaor -
to fill an expiring term. I
giants lived millions of years to be composed of owner of tho
; GOULD BROS. ago Phosphate is mined in the land la Mid district, two of )
area today. In the process, fossilized .whom* the at Last shall b* residents Florida Telephone YU 2-3501
county U which uch dl.triet ..
bones of saber toothed I I. situate or some adjoining
;, Mid Summer Paint Sale tigers, elephants, camels and county) 01 suck election each- Ii
and
every acre of land i. the
other animals of this continent'sdim

20% off on all BLP Paints placed past on have exhibit been in dug the up Phosphate and -

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HELP WANTED MALE-Young Clewiston Florida THE CLEWISTOtf NEWS Page 7 of the Florida total has been

man who wants to work in Thursday August 6, 1984 held by the U.S. Government
CLASSIFIED Clean-up and New Car Get continuously since Florida was

ADS Heady: Department No loafers procured from Spain in 1819.
need apply. See Mr. Wells at The balance was acquired by
Chuck Wells Motor Co. Over 2% million acres in Floridaare purchase, exchange or gift as

lto in the case of the Everglades a :

National Park a gift to \the.federal l

..rte RATES: Ton HOUSS. FOR SALE 3 bedroom FOR RENT-Smaa house. Fun FOB SALE Mobile HMC.. Deed Jerry L. Brown held in US parks and forestsThe from the state ,ovem-

D Ins.rt1ou. 10eeD 1 bath, CBS. Corner lot Dished or unfurnished, 833 1963 immaculate 2 bedrooms
word per BOYS AND GIRLS Help scientist I
b per Jllinltnum charge: four fny.cs partially furnished or unfurnished per mantle See Mrs. Sloan,, 433 kitchen: dining room completely discovery. Money for federal government owns the Mississippi River Over half ment"I II II
for the price of three. Call.3-2081 or Z-2821. E. Trinidad or call H. p, John- furnished and set-up on lot. chameleons, the common green 3,127,000 acres of land In FloeIda of this land in Florida, or L- I

tic son. tic 84,350. Financing arranged for annole of Florida (Annolls car out of the M.721,000 acres 348.865 acres, is held by the I

PHONE YUkon 3-1201 FOR SALE Lots In City of qualified buyers. Models open ollnensts L.) Will pay top money which, make up the total )land National Park Service and 1- Special services :
names $0n Moore Haven tit.00 down and daily to t. Sunday alter church for these harmless lizards area of the state the Florida 074,981 acres by the U.S. Forest
esonn. whose eJan1fIecI ads 81800 per month.. Call YU' 2- : lOStANt 1 I tOUN'I f: dewlaton Trailer Sales phone For further information please State Chamber of Commerce Service. The Department of :

r the two puHI tgs 2603. tfc YU 2-2661. arc write to Mrs. Marlen D. Johnson pointed out In its Weekly Bullnen Defense and NASA own together in S. Clewiston
pick o0 Review released yester 741,577 acres in the state
as t Theatre, LOST Siamese cat Contact Zoology Dept University of
FOB IIeotrlerlnellir.e
!)Isle cnstal FOR SALE-House, three bedrooms BALE DeLaxe principally in Air Force Hold- "
.f floe Newssad CBS Home. Furnishedor James Rudd If found. Call YU new. Also 1951: Fordpickep. Georgia Athens, Georgia. Send day."This A special "music ministry" Is ; '
ItlllpBlDeII"1Jellre.Panes mast be unfurnished. Furniture in 2-7371. ltc Cull YU 24244. Aug 80 name address, telephone number amount of land owned ings. being conducted in the Church '; I'
and age. the U.s. Government .figures "The US. Fish and Wildlife of
for before Wedoe.r4r good condition. Call YU 23495. by Jesus Christ at South C1ewbo. I
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sated FOR SALE-Hammond Organ to 958 cent of the Service has title to 101.260 acres
S3S-W. Haiti. AugZOp AHNO I NEMEHT: $ MIS per ton, its minister Paul Strick
2 old. Call YU 3-1763 I
years
Florida totaL Nationally the and TVA owns 48,141 acres in land announces this week. The

after 1 p.m. AugWp WILHRADtWILL : u.s. Government holds ownership Florida. The balance) Is held in services are being held I JhtI1., .i

TWO 50-FOOT LOTS ON LAKE HAND ($1.25 8 14.) and Circular FOR SALE One office desk to 771 million acres, principally small amounts by such agenciesas at 7:30: by J. Frank Sklerskl! ,

JUNE. .for sale $3,750 each. (WOO up) wood saws, sharpened formica, also student's desk In the west, or 34 percent the Federal Aviation Agency missionary evangelist, with
Wt !ALl Terms 1/3 down. Phone Lake by machine. Professional and of the total area of the 90 Veterans Administration CoastGuard John Craig and wife In special
secretary chair two stenog. TRADE late
Placid: HO V4635. tin work. er aereag states.. Bureau of Prisons Public music
Bartoll
GREATER (
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near Catholic .
chairs. Double A Roofing Co. for good Lake lot to build a
THAN Church) "The 3,328.998 acres of federal Health Service and the Post
naiAJO) Moore Haven. Aug 6c Sugarland Highway, YU 8-1131. cabin on in Lake Placid. BIn Everyone is cordially invited

gggg tot. we houses have customer.acreage.e .. REAl EStATE fOR lEMt BOOKKEEPING AND TAX EXPERT tie Blum Fla. 3850 Lora St, Ft Myers tfc amount lands in In Florida any state Is the east largest of- Office."Interestingly: 323,000 acres said the pastor.er .

with available for either FOR SALE-On. 14 ft Thompson
"JI. List your property FOR RENT House Trailer 3 full
or part time work. 33 years
boat and trailer. 196
Ph.
"E. Beardsley. NyiYL miles West of Town. Suitable experience, Call Collect OL 4- 18 hp Johnson motor. Loomis For Good To Them That
for couple. Call YU 24251 3672. Love God.' .
tfc Ford. tfc DisplayClassifieds ,
OR RENT New tic Harlem News. Every group that takes a
rtl gALE three bedroom. CarJ7s -' 3-bedroom unfur- SUP COVERS and drapes. Custom FOR SALE Parakeets, 8100 hand in brightening the way of
FOR RENT-
>0 Oblseo St. Call colt nished brick home. Phone made. Complete line of Up. Mynah birds African lovebirds life I Is a process toward special
8444351. drapery and slip cover fabrics. monkeys, lupplles. form of happiness and
X. Wilson, Lake Mrs. Bowden, 3-1201 days 25471 cages
Fla. evenings. 4tc Free estimates. Can YU 1-5831 Pet boarding Thompson Wfld News of Our Colored CommunityMRS. sound civilization. Christianity I
rut ,Van Cothern't Custom Furnitureand is not a formula, but a firm
Animal Farm Phone YUkon 21236. JANQC S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor
Upholstery tie reality of life. The church is
Stella Bell FOB BENT One bedroom tic Phone YU 2-7651
Mrs not school not society i
a a or a
house. Phone YU 2-6881. tfc
ZEAL ESTATE C. F. Blair REGISTERED CITRUS TREES BOBO'S RETURN Mother Eitclle Holmes. board of trade, but an inspired :

bedroom frame. Richard Bethea BLUM sir SONS PLASTERING.Very FOR SALE Ready: to go. J. Glades Roofing Co. FROM VACATION uncompromising,. Don discriminating I
( gClSIDZ$Immaculate. Best Work M. Tomlliuon. (toe. Fla. Phone AU Types ef Reef and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bobo and Honored faithful band of lovers. I

furnished. bedroom frame. FOR RENT-Fuiauned cabins We Save You Money RE 5-2786/ tie Sheet Metal Werk daughters Myra. Vannessa and The members and friends of .Lovers of God, Who createdall

fOHTHSlDE-2 and trailers. Johnson Fishing Plastering Simulated Stone FOR SALE-One female Chihuahua New ConstnottM. er Regina, have returned from avery the Church of Peace, LaBelle men equal. Christ as their
II.000. Camp. YU 2-1181. tic Stucco-Free Estimate: puppy 11 weeks old Repair Jobs enjoyable and safe vacation Florida honored Mother Estelle Redeemer, and The Holy Spirit
ACREAGE as available. Licensed and Insured 825.00. 22 rifle and 20 guage shot where they visited relatives Holmes' in her first Pastors' An- as their comfort and Guide.

S ACRES. NEW BEDROOM 2 TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or 25 Years In Business gua. YU 2-6044 tic Phone 2-7111 friends and just went tight niversary. This affair lasted 'Friendly Greeting
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talk frame home. Hardwood trailer for rent FairGrounds Day er Bveadags. ] seeing. from July 27 thru August 5. You're easy to. remember
3850 Lara
lion.a space Street ALL MAKES: SV USED TV r. O. Bex IMSCLEWISTON. They visited Macon. Ca.Spartonburg. .. Many Churches and their congregation Because you're too nice to forget '
Trailer Park. Phone
FHA HOMES in Broward. Fort buyers Fla. tic BET Guaranteed SUSS FLA. S.C., Fort Lee attended this affair And so I'll say it once again '"'
Palm Beach and Dade couniej 8-3044. tic ED 7-0171 or OX 4-3874 down. $ .U4 per month. LAKE Va, where their son GonrolaDexter every nightAt I'm awfully glad we met .

nrioui sizes and prices. APPLIANCE: CO YU 2-715L tfe Is stationed and the late J. S. GajadhaOmrelr
ATTENTION GROWERSFreeland president, John F. Kennedy's the close of the service ;
Soil cash payment
via RENT Efficiencies and 70 to 200 acres available.Use -I FOR SAUb-Payrd) envelopes SeWing Machine grave at Arlington National Sunday evening, the congregation
with form for social
available.Over free one year for clearing printed Cemetery. They went on a gelded of about forty waited at the .
houses 000 as vacant lots to select and ditching Call R. E. Kreld- security; withholding and other Repairs tour of Washington D.C. residence of Mother Duly Do- News' .1 '
1
ler from 8 am. to 6 pm. at FOR SALE Baby bed. Good deductions: don of 500. QewUton From Washington, they wentto tier where Mother Holmes was '
(mm .for Terms.BVBSTMENT all purposes.. Various YU 2-1221. After 8 p.m. call condition Call YU 3-3371 News offlcx.! tf SINGERSales Newark NJ, there they also honored. with a surprise INBethet'A' : .M.1C. _"">Rev.' L.

rtw YU 2-5531. arc mornings. ltd: parked the car and spent a Anniversary Party. As she entered Holmes pastor
AND INCOME: Service week riding buses, tasks and the door to her astonishment Sunday School: _.?? 9:30
PROPERTY NEW APARTMENTS-One and FOR SALE-1957 Chevrolet 2-dr. eveQon. to sing Morning Worship _...._ 10:55
HELP WANTED KOMEK. > subway train to visit points in began
BD MONTHLY RENTAL. Reset two bedroom Alrcondltioned.: Station Wagon 845000. Call Parts RentalsBrand New York.They visited the New "Put your time in" and IOU you Evening Worship_ 7 P.M. ,.

CBS construction, 825,000. Call YU 24675. tic YU 22603. AuglJ new touch and sew York Worlds' Fair enjoyed an labor God going to give you a Bible Reading _. Tuesday evening

LONG TERM, low interest, FOR ltENT-Tra11er. and Trailer FOR SALE 1952 Chevrolet WANTED Housewives who machines on display Glades observation tour of the Empire crown". Mother Dozier presented

/dm, cane, grove and ranch Royal Palm Trailer Coupe. 113500 Call YU 2- want carpets in their homes Merchantile Co. Authorized State building, chopped at the Mother Holmes with an orchid Choir Rehearsals Wednesdayand .....
nortgagM, minimum 150,000. spaces. YU 2603.fc 2603. AugU Clewiston Custom Carpets. Singer agent will be at famous Macey's Dept Store and corsage and Evangelist Thursday evenings
LISTINGS NEEDED Park. Phone Phone YU 3-3691 208 E. Sug CARITHER3 RADIO TV saw many other interestingland Butts was presented with a Visitors are always welcome i

J. M. LANKFORD FOR RENT-One bedroom trail- FOR SALE-Used TV antenna arland Highway. Aug20c every Saturday. Please call marks. From Newark cluster of roses. Refreshmentswas '\

Icf Real Eatate Broker er. dean, 'quiet Phone YU and 40 ft Mast 125. Call YU ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS YU 2-6<<1 or come in 108 they went i" Ilsrlford. Conn, served with punch cookies Mt Calvary Baptist .. Rev. L. .i-.

00 East Sugarland Highwayfire 2-1238. tic 2-1201. ltc: for cashier. See Gary Scott at Bond Street tfc: where they met many friends, and mints.'The Church presented M. Kitchens:School, pastor and regular

Auto and General John T. BranamanFOR the Thrifty Drugs. Aug6c who formerly lived in Qewis- her with a beautiful Anniversary Sunday .
.. services each Sunday. .
Insurance FOR RENT. -'K.w IVxSC house ton, Fla. They visited Springfield Cake. She was laden church ." '
MIM. trailer with two bedrooms.By SALE Electric Speed Mass., and visited with a with many lovable gifts and Prayer service and weekly
Clewiston, Fla. Ph. YU
week or month. YU 23421tfe Queen clothes dryer 850.. Call WAITRESS WANTED Apply Bob Overholt's cousin they had not seen for cards. Mrs Mizella Windley meetings the same time
FOR SALE-house. six rooms. YU 2-6044. arc in person at Clewiston Inn. Trailer Sales nineteen years. was the hostess for the evening. Mrs. Emma Dixon
1 bedrooms and bath lot 100' Mr. Hale tie On their return trip they saw Reporter I
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FOR RENT-2: and 3 room furnished DACHSHOUND puppies for sale
IV[ bearing fruit trees. South New mad Used many many more interesting -
Iwiston. Mrs. Mae Willis. apartment Phone 2- AKC Registered. Jack L. I SIS Central: Arena land marks, one was the Chesapeake : : '

AugSp 1271. tfc Scott 220 E Arcade. HEL' WANTn(I MEK Phone TO 3-1831 Bay Bridge .TunneL This The Art of HapptocM lYrseaal Mention f,I .
tic bridge is 178 miles long and I
In this world of today, the j
has two tunnels. They toured ours Harold Wallace Jones son ..I :
WORLD FAMOUS Watkins products HELP WANTED by Time Saver well the where sin and destruction has of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones a o ; 'I
under ground as as on
: since 1880. Write for free Food Stores. Applications now overpowered a decent way of member of the U.S. Air.Force, ', I
I Business DirectoryJOHNSON How to Improve Food Spice being taken at Stores in Clew Northiide remembered.ground. This trip will long be life. We find ourselves seeking stationed in Puerto Rico spent a .,., j :

Chart. C. L. Hunt 443 E. Pas talon, Okeechobee and Belle man bedroom frame! praying and hoping for a few few days with his parents and I

adena. 4tc Glade. AuglSo Large r..... EiceOeni eeadttioB. Activities at Friendship moments of happiness. Hate family. He was on an emergency I
and has replaced love and left Monday,
Jealousy leave
Good ......o .... Baptist Church ,
and kindness and that makes pleasant stay.
GOULD BROS. after a very
Sunday, August 2, 1964. was annual
111.80
CARS Services Offered Choir Day and the No. 1 our life a bore Instead of a Mr. and Mrs. John ,Williams, ;

suit. load! IM, So Ui PAINT STORE J. M. Lankford Choir was in charge of the chore The battle we are fighting Tuson, Arizona, are spending ,
Unit transportation for your activities will not be won unless we their vacation with relativesand
money Insured Beg. Beat Estate Broker Day's trust in the Lord, with all our friends in Clewiston. Mr.
Licensed Contractor
11:00 A.M.Devotion .
this side of Miami ROOFING PROBLEMS? : .. Deacon C. T. Brown ,hearts and lean not unto our Williams is the son of Mr. and
TREE ESTIMATES own understanding.You Mrs. Willie Hudson and Mrs.
I SelectionNo.. 2 Choir
Commercial Residential IndustrialIf and her sister Miss l
Tow flee DealerCARITHERS aUK E. Sogariand Hwy. Welcome ,- Mrs. M. L. Richardson cannot pursue happinessand Williams ... )
your roof is in need of repair you can Frank Denmead catch: it Happiness comes Earllne Jones, who accompanied of- .
Mill
Fbem YU the daughters :
: them are
Real Estate Occasion .. Mrs..Ora L. RobInson unawares while you
upon you
now do it yourself and save up to 75% the cost Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones
On Vacation are helping others. The philosophy -
RADIO and TV of a new one-Guaranteed Product-easy to apply Selection ..,..,...-... No. 2 Choir of happiness is pointedly The many friends of Mr. Paul
Thank
SEE US TORBOTTLED -Rejuvinate your eiisitbg roof with this fabulous you Reading Master Clyde Blackman expressed in the old Hindu proverb Jones and family share with
MJS WITH SERVICE GAS their sympathy in
the family,
which reads 'Help thy
IIden: Bid,. 108 Bond St AppliancesSale&Servicc new product.Used on all types of roofs- Duet .. Mrs. O. L. Richardsonand 'brother's boat across, and Jo, the loss of his brother, the late
Composition felt or paper-Metal or Corrugated For Sale Lease Mrs. Vera Whitfield thine own has reached the Mr. Andrew Jones, who passed -

Phone YU 2-6441 Iron-(1 ravel or Slag or Concrete-R fiects 80% or Introduction of Speaker Mrs. ,shore". In Dublin La. Mr. Paul Jonei
- 215 acres Mattle Hilton Happiness does not depend attended the funeral services:

CLEWISTONTRAILER POWER GASCORPORATION of 8uusraya-Iowers utility costs-Guarantee with improved choice pastor Speaker M Mrs. J. S. Gajadha upon a full pocketbook: but that were held in that city and

each instillation. land adjoin. city limit MSB Selection: -..-...-.--. Choir upon a mind full of rich thoughtsand has returned. He is employed

SALESNew Liquid Asbestos Coating 83*. Remarks Mrs. Susie Beckton a heart full of rich emotions. >y ,the U.S. S. Corps.
Offering and announcements Happiness does not de-
& Used saves money saves time saves trouble eAppaloosa Benediction pend upon what happens outside -

IS2TE. YU 3-3101 I FREE ESTIMATES horses 3 P.M. of you but upon what happens Julia'sBeauty

YU 22661WALDRON'S tads ..'rM. pottle Belts for Devotion .. Deacon Ben Brown inside of you. It is measured
No NookFOR
- HENDXY COUNTY Obligation ale at aU time*-SOI bead) Welcome .. Miss Willie Mae by the spirit in which we

Title & Abstract Co. Call Ft. Myers Fla. ED 4-2830 or K. R. Wiekhorst Thomas meet the problems of life. THAT NEW LOOK
Occasion Mrs. Lactic Mason Happiness la a state of mind. Tinting, Styling; Cutting No
Write Roof P. 0. Box 2132
1 Title Abetraeto-Title hraraneeFablle : : Coating PHONE YU S-7605 the
fcttS AND GROCERIES Selections from visiting Lincoln once said "We are as Appointments Friday and
Stenographer
Fort Myers, Florida choirs happy as we make up our Saturday
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pen 1 e,m. to 1 p.L FkoUeepylnr St an-* Part Are.LaBelle. Remarks Mr. Dennis Reddick minds to be Happiness does Fr 1nI_...... Can M413

Jto8 pin. I' Fla. P. 0. lid 8M Offering Deacon Amos Beck- not come from doing what we Mrs. Julia Sale, Proprietor
OiUBfeMMtEVINRUDE. EDWARDSPlumbing ton and appointee like to do, but from liking whatwe
Sty Days a Week 'I Words of Thanks .. Deacon Jessie have to do".

''atQn EVERY ATTENTIONIFarmers Repair Johnson Happiness does not come from
TUESDAY( : )
r. 7.30: P.M.Devotion. doing easy work but from, the Harlem Club
Tour Spur of Moment t Cane Growers and Ranchers Replacements.Installations M Deacon Henry Os- after-glow> of satisfaction that Favorite Mixed Drinks Fried'

Po Picnics: good) comes after the achievement ofa Chicken Fish, Hamburger
Mnea East of 0eWt0 'Sales and ServiceNew LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND Trouble Shooting Scripture: .. Rev. O. D. Dudley difficult: task that demandedour and other Sandwiches
art Beach Reading and musical selections best Happiness grows out Recorded Music

and Used Ketsn WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING "Septic. Tank A Closing Remarks for the day .of harmonious relationship with Popular Band S
ftoittrlhOf Cattlemen Marks Hardware Specialtf Deacon Amos Becl oD, Chairman others based on attitudes of Mr. and Mrs.. Win WaBaee

Farts) and AeoaeeerleeMarfae good-will tolerance, understandlng rr..te&en
I'" II ... lime te ...... Safety EqmlpmesUFkesw A law Cwt Fans Mortor*- Call YU 24711 Deacon Jessie Johnson president and love.
botdebt." WItIa a lass trmt fEDEKAL LAND BANK LOAN 325: E. Ventura Mrs. Talmadge Moody, Happiness is found In little

w10 & sates. TOwe I-Mll Wm Finish. Cash Teteflaaaee secretary things a baby's smile, a letter I Hilton's Grocery
debts.. from a friend the song of a
Federal R. E. WALDRON rtaaaee farm taapreretBMto. row JUko. posh bird harmony in the choir Groceries. Fresh Mess.
Land Bank ehase wM snaehsaee sad hwtaffl trrtgattoab even a light in a widow. Vegetable, Cold Drink, Eaential -

Assist ha purchase ef a fans, grass er ranch, The muter secret of happiness We Itemj !
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If Walt For" prompt, Efficient rmrekjte more load is to meet the challenge appreciate your patronMr I

W. I. MAY Home delivery e rroTkl capital rata for the form enterprise. For Sale of each new day with the serene and Mre,1lttie.? BBtesirrewrieton II I ,

w lie OF THE MIAMI HERALD ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN faith. "AU Things Work Togeth- {!

WsdaaleWsleal2ildbgw HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES ,
Call Gidd
Bobby ns L Lower payment I

TVS1M1Tampa S. loam terras (Q U SI years). ":;, 8 Beautiful Lots Together on the Ridge
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light or not-you just turn on Organizations, they are before
PageS THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Florida your headlights and they show interested in American premium ae 65. Prevloualy thia

r Thursday August 9, 1964 you where to jo-that 1 Is U JWL Legion Programs At the di ability waiver occurred Ued .
know where you are going. A"lot present tin many Interests before I
Boatacade Queen who will be 4'e Air of people don't ever know arc endeavoring to
announced at the dinner at the f where they are going.I reduce veteran benefits.It .

Chamber startsBoatacade Elks Lodge Saturday night have been reading a, lot & is time for the veteran
Teachers
who has not joined
a veterans

W. H, Lanier was named about the moon and about some namedto
organization to
i chairman of the committee to smart men who call themselves do
plans The
so. more our membership -
promote an opening ceremonyto scientists and they think that
the school
more
I commemorate the completionof sometime we will be able to defend powerto system
unjust bills.
; the 4-laning of US 27 from walk around on the moon. They
for Labor Do know that
families
t Day you of The
Clcwiston to South Bay. Flans haven't figured out exactly how Hendry Board
deceased of
r will be made for publicizing the i'.c + 1 to.get there but they still are veterans of peace- Instruction Monday Publlt
Preparations for the Kissim- event to the fullest extent to encourage t. a see trying. You might have to have time military service often the employment of
mee Boatacade which will take to overlook these benefits that Chapman Clarence 1
use of the highway a''' little lead In your shoes as
I '! place Labor Day weekend were are available: pal 01 the supeNrin rIJId,
reported that hold you down because something CleWlston
Richard Phelps
: taet''i In ,motion at the Chamber merchants decided against bolding they call gravity, doesn't 1. A graveslte In a Nation .and IIImed four Dew Hiilt Schoq
[101 Commerce directors meeting Bargain Festival this late pull as hard on the moon as It al Cemetery free. \ the county school teaCbellla
I i at the Glades Pit a 2. Free opening and closing system
Tuesday Miss
i to
in the summer, and the project does on the earth. It seems of Fay Marie Adk1soQ
xS 'Room. will not be attempted this ;year, me like It pulls pretty hard be- a graveslte-; a Wnliam' Russell Mast
National
President Moye Bishop au- Cemetery r inamed'to
\ cause it pulls the water of our
,. tthorlzed preparation of the map The directors authorized a let- oceans and makes what they 3. A free V.S. Flag for the .
and Information sheet which ter to the US Highway 27 As- call tides, flood and neap and ?Casket *\ .."j a SfSiSsKrHigh
: 'bas been requested early. this soclation requesting that their ebb, and maybe some other 4. A free marker i>r headstone In
f[)year and will be mailed from maps plainly show that the things. Sometimes the wind for grave. Schoolarlem
i Kissimmee with the Boatacade highway from above Moore Haven helps the tides too, but the wind (Arrangements can be made was,lIamed onesos... I'arnr
registration cards and fact to South Bay is a 4-laned it thru the VA or your Service ..01fleer C1ewlston or b
doesn't pushes.
pull- ,
sheets. Mrs. Stella Pirkle and road. The new US 27 Association "nI.' .. ........;; "IIo.ra:1M;::: I iU.CLEWJSTON'S .r' LL::.YLJh1eTd; 1Y14i'.n..::.;'!" SJ11' lA ) / I Theri'are Elementary .
Mrs. Beryl Bowden were designated maps, received this week, 1 don't know why everybodyIs new law, effective Jan. 1. vacancies still a numbers
l to choose gifts for the do not indicate this as 4-laned. PHYSICAL FITNESS CORPS Judy Hooch Gretchen Bryan: Dale Cato trying so hard and spendingso 1965 provides Uha"..veteran ties: L Belle in the schOOl fa
r Mrs. Ruby McIntyre reportedthat -Tee Shirts with the Physical Fitness Corp Donald Drake Greg Miller Barney Bryan much money to get to the who has a.NSLI policy;:will not lacks one teacher
Academy
landscaping at the Chamber title were presented by Recreation Director Frankle Bndd Neal Fennlafston& ; front row moon-they can't be first anyhow have to pay furtne'premlums, ton High School one, cij
of Commerce building has Woody Carrnthers to these boys and girls who Marvin Drake, Malcolm Wilson Stan Crews, because there has been one if he becomes totally dlabled mentary School two aDd
been completed at a cost of have completed the requirements aeeerdlng timmy Hooch Lamar Christie Larry Christie man on the moon as long as everybody r five

i 17313. to the standard set for the corpi. Back row, Dale l'enniDrion.-8TAFF PHOTO. can remember. You
Carroll Benson reported that can even see his face some-
'I RESIi the five Chamber.member cooperative times.A .
highway signs on US investigated the accident Yoder way down the road that history long time ago somebody ANNOUNCING
C 27 have been completed and City plagued by started at the change of the red points to as disaster areas. committed a murder In the
are now in place. light at a high rate of speed We want something done middle of the night and the
and lost control of hIs auto about communism in this country
only one who saw it was an old
accidents which traveled three hundred communism in our schools Clewiston
i ; no Negro man, so they got& him to Carpet Customs
and
(
carnsuroncebuyfamous feet struck a city light pole and colleges, on the streets
Presbyterianshear be witness when they tried
,t low rates' causing $135 damage to the pole In government and elsewhere.We a
the murderer In the court The
and top service.\. Rev. NealRev. serious injuriesIn against and the continued Kelly Tractor on stopping Company curb want general something disrespect done for law to judge talked a little bit and the :210 E. Sugarland Highway

ContactmetodatltlAbner )/ building and order the steady Increase lawyers talked a whole lot.
George Neal of Holly a number of minor automobile When they got done talking, one
wood, a retired Presbyterian accidents in and near The officer charged Yoder in our crime rate mob violence of the lawyers asked the old Carpet Tile Linoleum
fear and
big labor, political pussy
with speed to great for conditions -
minister will supply the pulpit Clewiston recently the occupantsof : Negro man how far he was
H. of the Community Presbyterian the vehicles have escaped and wilful and wanton footing like Wallace away when the crime was committed -
We listen to men
Vann Church in Clewiston for two without injuries, or with slight reckless driving. and Goldwater, realizing their And he said "About as Complete installationFree
,. Sundays during the vacation of Injuries. Two cars were damaged Officer Charles McClelland shortcomings and the dangersof far as I can throw a rock." And

J Ph the Rev. Henry H. Ford. Rev. while parked. On July 25 charged Billy Wayne Long will their philosophies but we the lawyer said, "In the mid- estimates without obligation
Neal will preach on August 9 at 5:45: a.m. a 56 Dodge sedan failure to have vehicle under know we can't go on fightingwars dle of the night" And the old
2-5971 and 16. owned and driven by Arthur C.Mcintire. said, "Yes sir." And the
I YU control as the result of an accident we can never hope to win, man Phone YU
3
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backed into a 57 Pontiac lawyer said, "How far do you -
He has preached In this August 1 at San Cabrlal internal disruption criminal leniency
; 1 11 church on several occasions and owned by D. F. Weaver and U.S. 27. Long struck: a light senseless squandering of think you can see, in the mid-
of Parrish, Fla., which was dle of the night?" The old Negro
is well known to many in the pole causing an estimated $250 the nation's wealth and resources -
/1 parked at Hathcock's parking said he didn't know
man
damage. His 1960 Oldsmobile
indefinitely.
PARMI Services during
/ "tATS. congregation. 9 lot Slight damage to the Pon- was a total loss the officer exactly Then he turned to the
... August are at a.m. tlac was estimated at $75 by said. All we ask is sound, sensible judge and said "Mr. Judge

City Patrolman Bishop, who Sunday a 1960 Rambler driven dependable leadership and we how far is it to the moon?"
filed a report of the accidentOn by Mrs. Sandta Potter ef don't care what label it might

., HOSPITALIZATION PLAN the same day about 10 Clewiston was struck kfrorn behind bear, Republican Democrat or YOUMake
a.m. a '64 Ford pickup truck at San Pedro and U.S. 27, Independent.In Vets Info Service t
h .Ouar.nte.d R.n..bl. for Llr. .Wo.ld Wlde CO..Ir. owned by Clewiston Drainage by a Rambler driven by Villas our pursuit of the almighty .
.No Ase Limit .En.ollm.nt Open Now District and driven by J. A. Perilling Stlnchomb. accordingto dollar of personal pleasure andadvantae Bj FRANK VELTRE
,
.p., Medical D. Olteop.lhe
Life
.N.tlon.1 Hom.
r and Chiropractor' Co Medford, of Lake Harbor turn- S. M. Price. The officer we have neglectedthe County ferric Officer
t .Non Florida R..Identa AcceptAeeu..ne. ed into traffic on Sugarland duties of citizenship that
/ charged Stinchomb with careless
ORFj 'Extra'
e4 Q. GI loan deadlines are different -
; Highway near San Jose street driving and causing an ac might have saved us from our for WWII and Korean Money
AGES 18-SO mo 66 mo, and struck a 5 Chevrolet pickup cident. present plight We placed little
$2.25 I $4.25 truck owned by Carroll Radish value on the privilege of the Conflict Must I use
j
the Korean deadline because without
and driven by Phil T. Dodd. ballot we avoid jury duty, Extra Work!
AGES 51-65 mo UNDER 18 Damage to each vehicle was 'Too late to classify make no effort to back up our it is my last period
$3 40 $1 00 of service?
I estimated at J300 by Patrolmen police and hire shyster lawyers Make
A. Your Is related to work hard
deadline your
; KAY money as
By RUSSELL as
Wh.n Included, adult pine Simmons and Bishop, who In- to get us of! the hook when lawlessness
PLEASE FURNISH ME vestigated. Medford was chargedwith catches up with us. Therefore your length if of WWII service. you do. Our high rate of return will add
t1erlda Health Acm FREE INFORMATION careless driving.On Results of recent primariesand We are sick and we need help. your service
P. o. Bex. In Name Aae- July 31st at 11:20: a.m. a the Republican conventionseem Goldwater may help, he may entitles you to a later up regularly to help build your insured

4 ,,_Lake Wortk FL. h '58 Ford sedan driven by Ralph to indicate the disturbed not. But we know in our heartswe Q. deadline I've been, you told may that use that the savings quickly and effortlessly! Open
:. Sta1le.-. Ford. Jr., backed Into a 1950 state of mind that exists. are In bad trouble and we
Chevrolet sedan owned by Mrs. throughout the nation. have reached th. point wherewe American Legion, Dept of your account with us today.

Lula McGee and parked on Os-" >, The swing to Goldwater, in are ready to grasp any straw Italy has established a new
ceola Avenue. Minor damage my opinion has nothing to do that gives even halfway prom. all-time membership rec-: EARN MORE NOW1Clewiston!
: i -. estimated at $25 was done to ,with party politics. The old or- ise of answering our need. ord, every year for more
the McGee car. McCtelland and der is split wide open and for than ten years. Is this true
;I 1 If You Chief Whaley filed report of the good reason. Both Republicansand and has any other Dept \. ttu41 ,
accident.On Democrats are pretty well New matched this record? lo Federal
t I August 1st a 1960 Ford fed up with the status quo. : probation A. Italy has set an all-time ::! ".'sJ
I sedan driven by Evelyn Ruth have reached the point record every :year for ..

: ; Have strip Freeman of the crossed four lane the highwayone median -where where They they this want country to know Is going.just officer is hereDonald twelve had 2.604 years.members(In 1952 and they in -J I I III I ..'::'11 Iw,,.""I:\I Savings and LoanAssociation

1963 they had 3,823)) No
mile west of Clewiston and For some time there has been
Something' Do Rt went into the canal, She crawled little choice between parties It Watson a native of other Dept. has matched .t Sv SI..III., ,. -
1j. out unhurt The car was com- has been "me too" and the Montlcello Fla. Is the new supervisor that record. ae
pletely submerged. Highway Patrolman things' that have made this of the Florida Probation Note: It Is invigorating to know (I (O\

Ray Hutto who Investigated country great have been going and Parole Commission for that Veterans living In
'" 1i.; T 71 The the 2:30 a.m. accident down the drain. Glades and Hendry counties. foreign lands make it a
r I. 011 \ charged the driver with failure Citizens are worried about He moved to Moore Haven this point to join Veterans 201 Ventura Ave. Clewuton

to have her vehicle under con big government, false assurances week and begins his new dutieson
I : political hooey and hokum Monday
Economical
/11 J BUY trol.On August 2nd, at 2:20 p.m. Juvenile and adult delinq- Jack Traylor, who has been I -

Vlrllio Felix Furnguera, drivinga uency, senseless spending and supervisor in charge since the
1962 Ford sedan, driving squandering of the nation's re establishment of the local office, '
:l SELL Wayne. east on Ventura Avenue collided: sources. The license given hate is being transferred to St Pe Angler

with a 1956 Ford truck driven groups. Communists the Ku tersburg.Mr. .

h f RENT by Billy Sutton headed northon Klux Klan, The Birch Society Watson is a graduate of Dance
Pacific Avenue. There were and countless others lack of the Florida State University in Bar
I I : no Injuries. City Patrolman S. respect for law and order graft Tallahassee where he receivedhis
( : M. Price charged Hurnguera and corruption in high places bachelor's degree with a major
with careless driving and causing and the tendency of our courtsto In corrections and criminology.
I Try Placing an accident Damage to his "laugh everything ofr' and He is a member of Lambda
car was estimated at $75, and encourage the lawyers; in their Chi Alpha professional fro THIS and
t ; to the Sutton truck, $150. efforts to Impede Justice and terntiy. Friday EVERY Friday. .

A' On Saturday, July 25, Lynn protect the criminalThis Mr. watson is a member of
I D. Yoder Jr. was Involved in a is not the America our the Baptist Church and has affiliated -
Ad In single car accident at the inter- fathers and forefathers fought with the First Baptist
: : .oJ... 'A section of Francisco and US. for. This is not the America we in Moore Haven.
i j 'T h ,27 causing an estimated $800 were taught to respect and defend With Mr. Watson Is his wife, Dancing NOW from 9
e l},;'pi damage to his 1964 Chevrolet They say history: repeats Rebecca, who also halls from pm until 2a.m.
According to S. M. Price who itself well we have gone a longTHRIFTY Monticello. She la graduateof
t a
;fl:j' :" Classified F.S.U. with a major in elementary "Through the courtesy. ,/ our City Commission" I

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