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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 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I oard authorizes grade supervisor The Clewiston News ll llDedicated ; :




this position and to employ the tremely important" he said the advancement Rend County and America' Sweetest Town
elementary to of ry l ,
an the i
at board
1bf pave supervisor, meeting "Here the pupil establishes the rj.t;: I i1
will Vttust 3rd. The _,; 1CLEWIS1'ON.
11 i StrUction when on super foundation and develops! the \
avlcd I of and certified perIOD visor woo d be In charge of the skill of learning, upon which: VOLUME 97 NUMBER SS FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 17. 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed-. S49.S PJC. Subscription: $4.00 year /! ,: II

teaching !In the elementary! will .,
to till this poaWon.1JII depend his success or fall- I
be round board of public grade of the county and the ure.**

county Superlnnt present supervisor would continue
don authorized HornsbY to crate to function at now excepthe Mr. Hornsby said he has no Bike strikes r
Carl will confine his duties to the person In mind for the position car

junior and senior high school and will not fill it until be findsan City ends leaseof \

grades applicant who Is particularly
youth injured ,
Seek applicantsfor Mr. Hornsby recommendedthe skilled In supervision of elementary -

creation of this new position teaching. I

to the school board as a Both the superintendent and ABea
Smith eight yeareld
[ postal jobs step forward to Improve the the school board members feel son ef Mr. and Mrs. '
educational standards In the this is Lowe's MarinaThe
an Important step forward Everett Smnh, rural Clew-
.\\jJPllcantJ are beln' sought clerk county system. "We feel the for the Hendry County hits was Injured about S I i '
of postal elementary grades are ex- school
the positions system. p.. Wednesday as he rode < !
at Clewiston.rjf .
carrier !Us bicycle eat ef Central -:/
Belle Glade Pahokee, Ptaygn end into the side cia City Commission terminated efficiency in the past We wish r

'fSpatatsnd South Bay post' Corvette driven by Jehu its less arrangement we had received such a proposal +',
'ceI, according to lJIDOu ce- Sugar representatives attend BlackwelLAccording with Luther Lace for the marina about two years ago.' I I

received by Po.tma.ten'Ci property at the regular The City accepted an offer of '

area to Sherill Price. meeting Monday night The action : United States Sugar Corporation '
'\ ants may obtains ap- allotment Investigating officer. Black- followed earlier discussions: to donate the use of equipment
!l01I forms from the post hearing in LouisianaThe well was traveling south on i with Lowe concerning: the failure and the labor needed to

named or from the Pos- Baja Palm and the bleyele to file reports make any clearing aquatic growth in an I

I Board of U.S. Civil Service Dept of Agriculture has struck the ear JaIl socth ofOsoeela payments to the city: under the area of the golf course property. I
millers, The card form sors.Louisiana Avenue agreement and failure to keep A proper resolution accepting ; 1
that Louisiana and
odd be mailed to the board proposed asked 583,173 tons, Insurance force. ,Mr. Lowe the offer was authorized. '
Florida sugarcane processors: to leave 327,687 tons for Florida. Extent of the Injuries '
1st Avenuej
got. 51 S.W. present at the meeting, told the Details of completing preparation ,
Building) MlU be limited to the amount each Boy represented Florida pro- were not known, as Allen r
Office commissioners it had simply for the Street Paving
one can sell. cessors. He called for 356,<<2 was aWl to the emeireocy I
33130.iplkatkos
Florida. been Impossible to make the Project No. 0 were discussedand
will be accepted If adopted the proposal would tons for Florida, leaving Louisiana room at Hcndry General .J '
marina stand on Its own financially the attorney John Potter s'
under allotmentsfor Hospital, after having beea
1 with tons.H. .
put processors 554,824
The growth
jDUtether. notice. despite his work and was Instructed to prepare the p ;
needed tom the first time since 1958. T. Vaughn ST., John B. take there by Paulson Am-;
postal service fun time labor devoted to It He necessary advertisement canIng -
the growing area will reo The proposition was advanced Boy and Harry T. Vaughn Jr.. bulaooo. INTEK-COUNTT TELEPHONE'S new IBM blUIng section Is said he had discussed the marina for bids to be opened August ..
st a hearing here before the the U.S. .
jn more postal workers but representing Sugar D e 9 m I r aheriff Calvin ,aow In operation la Fort Myers. The new billing system and Its operation with experts list I

ttmate Is made of how Agriculture: Stabilization Service.W. : ..ndCoD.IrYIUon ley Corporation, and! J. the W. Beards-Glades Swindle WM awMtaet fries ....t! eUmkaatee ladlvldial loa; distance slips and facreaee the in the field and had found Vice-Mayor Richard Mattson } I
representing
with the tnvealfaUon.Band no way by which It could be presided at the meeting. At ,-
ef the bookkeeping department.'chairman
efficiency
g laminations will be held at S. Chadwlck. representing County Sugar Growers Co-op, : made a success.: Under the action tending were Commissioners '" ,
,est t Palm Beach Fort Myers }4 Louisiana processors: offered are expected home this week taken Lowe has 30 days In Leon Bembry and Dan McCarthy.

ad vero Beach at a date to beaounced. no opposition to the restrictionsbut : after attending the hearing \ bills which to vacate the property T C. Blair. John Potter. ,
declared that a government LD phone
Closing date for the
P River Construction J. D. Qulnton and Marie C. ae!I j
encouraged production: Increase e a c e
Potions has been setQuilted Webb of the city staff 1
; living in the following the break of relations Company through Its representative. 'r j

:tu named persons should contact: : with Cuba caused the glut on Sugarland Singers members proud of are IBM producedA Mr. Carr asked If the ,'j'jCofCgroup

local offices for blasts the market. : city would be Interested contracting
bdr
:W preference !is given quaU- The allotment proposed by the new type IBM long distance Its electrical work Instead j i
fall of makes
plan maintaining its own
amounted to 581.102
ted applicants who reside with- government. programs r, statement will be Included with
tilt delivery area of the spe- tons for Louisiana processors telephone bills Issued on August electric equipment and crew.
B
>& Post Office of residence and. 330,20for Florida proces-: Dr. L. 0. Vaughan Jr., director 'Sugarland Band March'Member 11, 1964, and all subsequentbills He found said this some more other economical cities had boatacade : j

\. of the Sugarland\ Singers, according to J. N. Johnson more satisfactory and If an arrangement plans :

has announced plans for their President of the Inter-Coun- worked out
second season. Music has been of the. dewtston of the music dept of Telephone System. Current the were would purchasethe Bob Beardsley, chairman of -'

5 more miles US 27 paving done; selected will be distributed In High School Band are as proud 8t Mary's University of San telephone bills Include the Individual present company city equipment and the boatacade committee for I

the Immediate future with rehearsals as the punch of their new March :Antonio. Texas where he also long distance tickets would also employ as far as the Clewlston Chamber of Commerce ,

scheduled to began In "Sugarland Band" written Jot '""e. ss bandmaster. SincemoviDi that were prepared by the Operator possible, present city employees reviewed plans for the

September them by colonel Frank O. Sturi to Texas his published or the Automatic Direct The commission agreed Labor Day event and discussed : t

opening will await access road The program will be In two chlo, prominent! south west cooK: :works Include "Cotton\. BowlMarch" Distance Dialing equipment Un- to study a definite proposal. If work assignments with members ;:
with selections "Lone Star March" der the customerswill of the committee and I
first new
parts the poser for bands. system made and to discuss the matter President ":
appropriate for the winter and Col. Sturchlo was one of the "Fiesta Flambeau", and others. receive only a neat compact further at that time Commissioner Moye, Bishop Tuesday ,(
I Another section (approxlmatojr which leads south to old US 27 Christmas season; the second: pioneer! bandmasters of Florida On February 2, of this year, statement of their long McCarthy: pointed out Choosing the holiday weekend "I

I miles) of the new ( .laD1D.tS which Is now being used by will be a repeat of the Christmas having directed numerous bands ,the United States Sugar Corp. distance calls The new statements that the use of electric powerIn for the event has lead to greater /

; Z7 will be ready for use traffic. Cantata. Night of Miracles! in south and central Florida and the Clewlston High School however will containelientl.1ly Clewlston has quadrupled In interest according to reports ':

bat week, but there Is no date According to reports from the which was received so well last during the "Thirties" and ear Sugarland Band Invited' Cot! the lime Information the past five years, and the city: from Klsslmmee headquarters,' .1 j

t to opening It to traffic: beam office of Rubin Construction year. ly "Forties". He directed the Sturchlo to return to Clewlstontobe that was provided on the has found It difficult to keep up and a large crowd Is expected '"

there I Is no access road Company the second contract In addition, the barber Palm Beach Municipal Band present for the appearance Individual long distance tickets. with the growth "We are, now la dewbton starting shortly I I- ;

provided at the eastern end of ,ends west of the Miami Canal quartet The Sugar-tones will be for 10 years and was the first of the university of Miami ,1' Mr. Johnson said new IBM getting it in shape, but frankly afternoon on Saturday August

it! paving This Information' ,bridge, but the access road provided featured, as will S. panle' solo. director j>t the Palm. Beach gaceg .band la Clewlston foe f i ::;billing procedures were adapted 'we have not been proud of our 31st The Boatacad will make tor: I
taa lilt office of Rubin ConitncnoB In the State Road Depart* by Mrs. :James Lucas. High! School Band. --""': bacrt sponsored th nigh. "1*'handlethe ever Increasing an overnight stop la Clewlston I

I Company which hash meat plans is some 500 yards During those prewar yean he school band. Col. Sturchlo guest 'volum* of loIi.-distance -calls. ,'.where,,an Everglades: Dinner;'it I It.f ;

: contract was given the cast of the Miami Canal Bridge The Sugarland Singers also was also band master of the conducted Ms own March: the, ,Presently employees are manually ; : the Elks dub and the announce: ff J

Neii yesterday In response to road from the plan to offer the Cantata to other United States Sugar Corp. band 'Everglades Sugar\ March", handling almost six mil Calling air ment of the Boatacade Queen I j

qulries.! A paved access of the wherethe area churches that wish to In dewlston. During his stay written for; the Clewlston- : area lion calls annually and this will be high points of the local: : I !
the' paving which la now win point 'west tends wouldopen have a special service duringthe In dewlston. Bandmaster Stur- in 1939. volume is expected to Increasealmost events -) II

Jiflj completed Is the second paving the road now to traffic next Christmas season. chlo wrote and published two Upon returning to Texas, Cot 100%)( In the next five Tigers. The Everglades Dinner was a '\ t

ud center of three contract, the Road Department Arrangements for programs, Marches the "Everglades Sugar Sturchlo wrote the "SugarlandBand years. Mr. Johnson concluded request of the Boatacsd representatives 9 '

elm the dewlston to South:' week do but not call for any such and Information for those Interested March" and "King Cane" March", in appreciation: that It Is In the best !Interest of Coach Joe Bundy has issued who said tedaU previous I
pans>
ty work. The first section was in Joining the chorus are March both dedicated to the for his invitation and subsequent customers employees and stockholders a call for an football candidatesfor Bostacaders a i

wpteted by R. B. Fotashnlckud road. urged to contact: Dr. Vaughan sugar cane industry centered visit to his former homeIn to Institute a more efficient the varsity squad to report heavy majority to repeat the \11
Morse. Is project engineer
hat been 111II.. since Robert which at YU 1-3961 or write to Box around Clewlston. Florida dedicating the : system to handle this to the High School Gym Monday menu of broiled chicken: fresh'
piaf, there Is a paved access for the two contracts large volume of calls vegetables Including
M, Oewlston. Colonel Sturchlo currently: isB'g March to the dewlston High August 17 at 9.30: am.- corn on '
vd it\ the end of this contract Rubin to presently constructing.as : School Sugsrland Band. O. T., Bradbury Secretory cob (if available on this date). .t

Are the students proud You and Treasurer said that Inter- Bundy stressed that "ev- The local: Chamber plans to '

bet they sift!, County's entrance Into the field eryene will be present for present gifts to the Queen to _
youth make Sarasota trip of mechanized data processinghas &the first meeting". remind her of her selection la"Americs's" "

/ Cypress s two fold objective, : to prepare Equipment and lockers Sweetest Town". \i,
in Tampa ceremony subscribers' long distance will be assigned at the first Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gontermsn -, I

DaD Nelson and Freddie La- statements more rapidly and meeting have volunteered free admission }
i
director of ,
and educational :
(lEditor'i Note Mri. Launa she explained the wonderful was served after st which the museum a vote Restaurant was- Indian the Affairs, William D. Boeh Byer of Clewlston were Initiated accurately provide a more detailed Dr. H. W. Shupe win ..Ivephy.ical to an Boatacaders to '<,' '
'linger of Moore Haven who works of art that John and Ma\ Into, the Order of DtMolay account of long distance the Everglades Tropical Car- -
determine bow the afternoon laser Danie, and the bus-driver. examinations to the '
\ui taught In the summer en- bel Rlngllng left to the State of taken to would be spent The Circus Mr. Jones, arrived In Big Cypress 'tor.Boys In the Grand Master's (Continued on Page 9)) candidates this morning, Thursday dens. Ross LaByer. with the assistance ,.,.;
of Richard -
< ment> t program at Big Cy- Florida. One of the high points Class In Tampa. U boys In the Phelpa was
received the at 7:13: at the high school beginning -
Hall of Tarn p.m. gym
"
Museum placed In charge of the Information .
wt in the Rlngling ,
Reservation: accompany of Interest state were Initiated at this time. at 10
to be a o'clock according: "
, votes. This proved
'4 1 peep' of Big Cypress boys was the Mole theater. most This excursion: wan a part of Accompanying them to Tampa to assistant coach center and transportation '
for Ernie Hill.
," prig on an all day excur- This little Venetian theater was most enjoyable afternoon the summer program that has for the ceremony were Ab-- High Schoolregistration All squad members are urgedto Plans were made to erect welcoming ,

'a to Sarasota last WednesJ7 bought from an antique dealer everyone. meant so much to the boys and ner H. Vann and R. L. Adams, be present : and directional signs '
' 'The! trip was arranged by near Venice. Italy. It was The Hall of fame was organized girls of the Big Cypress Indian and Bill Lawrence and Freeman and to serve early morning coffee .
law D. Boehmer. educational brought from that city In 1KO m by a group of Circus: fans Reservation Hodges, Jr. Regular workouts will begin Sunday, starting at 6 ajn.

sector of Indian Affairs, for and Is part of the state owned to establish a memorial to the that evening (Aug. 17) at 400. at the Information Booth. "
'''l Indians nights a circuses: of bygone days. Many Candidates must have had their
In where seven ,
Florida, who sea museum each All students
these halls who win be.tIeDdlaI6" physical
visit examination
hundreds before
"Pwled the teacher and week one can enjoy the make Mrs. Ed Shaw and sons. Edwin ,
pu- .
JJ- This Is Mrs. Harper's:- believe. It win seat approximately day to hear about the circus: hunt dewbtaa Bib this time those in doubt of and Charles, of JlcklOD'r I
adds land
Alico
of the memorable day.) 300 and as one sits In greats. Each year a committee to area School for MM first time this their status are-urged to contact yule were guests for the weekend .
historians fan aad. those students. who
of twelve circus Coach Ernie: Hill st
fashioned once
old of Mr. and "
beautiful Mrs. R. E. a
A day that the students and this red damask lined known as the National Awards failed be ton la a restoration Coach Bundy concluded. Ehsw. I
In the
* auperoaes of the Big Cy theater faded star Circus: Committee., elects: a few form last roar, an to ,
'rsp wlsn Summer School: en- boxes under and glittering the decoration circus: greats for permanent enshrinement now one of largest in stateThe cone by the high school of- :

ncI "d will long remember spangled thoughts !In the Circus: Hall flee! the week el Angus
In
''II oa Wednesday August 5, one goes back Marie of Fsme. One the committee Is Hendry County Hunting should be even better said 17UVZat This does set ta-
Napoleon
'lea a bus was chartered from to the days of others who I medical doctor, a public relations and Fishing Association: probably Wiesenfeld.) The game practices: etude last years Ma graders

L Cray! Woes Tours of Fort< Antoinette. and many In the man. librarian retired has the largest huntingarea which the Association: has been who attended the Clew- (

rdaie and at 6:30 ..m. an too have been guests clergyman, a surgeon an editor la the state believes Charlie developing In cooperation with Woo Bestientaiy ......

calm! began to Sarasota Osolo Theater.: and a personnel director. Someof M. Wiesenfeld. president At other agencies, notably the They are aotooastteally reg

'e'4s< where the day was It was during the time between the greats In the Ball of a meeting Thursday evening the State Game and Fresh Water istered.C.

'ate Visiting that city. U24-X that John and Mabel ram are the Glngllng Brothers Association was Informed that Fish Commission Is paying off. J. aaa......,

-1\e Drat POint of interest was Rlngllng built for themselves an P. T. Barnum Bird MIU- sn additional acreage, located The, association Is trapping Pr1DcIpeILone
- 1Un&lln g Museum The elaborate ,Venetian styled palace man Lillian Leltael. Fred Brad- easterly to SR 832 had been quail In the rough lands of I

lilt' ear i excellent and on Sarasota Bay. Touringthis na. John Bill Ricketts Emmett added by Alico Land and Development Alico and releasing them In

* Jojed the stories she every.told magnificent 3$-roomed palace Kelly, James Bailey Little Miss Company to the the hunt area; turkey has also commiuioneroverseas

> was the next venture. Iv- 1565. Dan Rice Alfredna Car- Afro land already Included< In been trapped and realeased In

r Ie cry room,was 'a work of art dona. The Hall of Fame washighlighted the association's hunting the area. A dove field Is being a j
ch your children and the boys and girls! ss well by a performance of grounds. established and Is being fenced; county

as the chaperones were amazed Miss Martle tight rope actress: The Hendry County Hunt area millet Is being planted to pro. For a short period of time
traffic safetyWATCH at UM elaborateness and meant'license Danny Chapman and Novella now contains: 31,700 acres, and ride food for the doves. Funds County Commission Chairman

of it an. John and Mi clowns Watkins and his performing last season hunters enjoyed one) which the, association is spending H. Sj Parkinson had Hendry

tel Ringllng had no children "chimps", the Anto- of the best seasons In many la these projects Is built up county chores all to himself

therefore this hue fortune was netts and the BlsblniSr-acro-: years with an abundance of by the fees which hunters ply the first of the week, he was; 4 ,

FOR left for every child to enjoy. bats. turkey and other game. to enter the area to hunt during. the only commissioner In the I Ii
Lunch: of hamburgers French After a day well spent Claudia This year the game harvest the season. county. If Ii I
fries lee cream: and drinks Jonah Da- The 1'lOClatJonlillao pleased
i
Mary. Ly des. Commissioner ,W.. B. :Barren
SolomonMitchell.. Esther with a program now la progress and Mrs. Barren were still not i

and Edna: Cypress: Trances; to restore bass fishing In the home from their European vacation i ,
Training course Dolores. Date Daisy L-l L-2 and L-3 canals which: y
Theresa School principalsin ,, a a d Commissioners iI'
Philip Cecil and Danny Jum has been destroyed by the prevalence Gratton George Campbell Nail

per: Ronnie Thomas and Louise of gar and mudfish. The and R. C. Nowllng had timed '1 I II Ij
f for 4-H leadersAssistant Linda and Barry Tom- State Cam and Fish Commission their
vacations
Billie; to attend the
ale; Joe and Amos Frack; Sue, planning meet made a big kill of mudfishand National Convention of County j

County Agent Jerry Jacob. Genesis Ruby and John-_ has begun restocking the Officials'' Association la WashIngton .: I
and Violet> Superintendent Carl E. Horns .canals with bass; In a seasonor
Mabel
.
1T1
Osceola D C. Their
second : wives
has announced a ? accompanied -
Hint ;
a Alice: and Mary by and Supervisor John Coins so bass fishing may be re-
,,with Gordon White. Jim} MloniTlterall them; and after the convention
meeting Linda and JCoppedgE met with the principals: of the turned to Its peak In these eaJjnali. .,,/ ,
!
State *-H ; they planned to ;
" who Ir assistant Maw complete I
TURNING CARStyofClewiston Agent In a training class for : PhOlP. and LaBellt and dewlstoa ..choollMond.y ,which formerly providedsome their vacations at various :: :
Paul Buster. and the chaperones In a planning session. i of the beat In South_Flee"Ida. spots.
4 H leaders
meeting Tues Miss Jane Hunt Okeecho.: prior to the pre-schocd one-week 1""
will be
There a
of teach The association has Upeldup
Brighton. Mr. preparation workshop now
Mr.
day. August llth In the Agrlcuttonal bee. Bill Mlcco, ; Parkinson leaving this ,:
y building Clewlston! and and Mrs. David Jameson. Big ers. active members. This weekend for a family vacation EXPANSION' NOT OPEN DOCSK: I'
Is the I
Lottie Jim and The meeting was held In theSupedlltendent' number.Is expected to increase la North eaas I fer this. :
the Misses Carolina and appearsae ef
lttb at Cypress; Mr Bar- the Moor
Wednesday August Raven
La- Sugar
Mrs. office In to above 100 before hunting! season Sow Alterstgeae.
'
Police courthouse Carol Frank. Big Cypress ron will be the loner of the'bard an .
Department agenf office: In the : Moore Haven BeOS. opens said Wiesenfeld. underway wmlea weal Increase .the mill/ grtadlag es,aeHr '
Lama Harper next week.
In LaBelle. from IH." to M.,M leas a day. .

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Claude R. Mrs. Ward Clark T. M. Tex-
The death of Lt. August
reprintedfrom
Tame"
Glass a defensive halfback who comes Very Curtis Thompson. I9-AmaDda
raid over ton
Two THE: CLEWISTON NEWS DewII1Da. IL.Thursday Moore Haven Demo- Hawkins on a bombing Ruth
the Nail
traded the Wa91t
has been recently to confirmed by the J. L. Shirley
Wlngate
13. 1984 4 Germany was pert Rosier
August
fi; Sonny SezWas Philadelphia Eagles. oral"Last: summer during the Nazis. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mrs Bob Adams. George Yon. Re
Eagle coach Joe Kuharkh baa George
telegram
received
a
Hawkins Helnley
section August II-Norm.n
of repairing a Robertson
been busy all summer with an process that
THE CLEWISTON NEWS of floor in Parkinson's store an from the U.S. government Sarah Duckworth. August 2G-Bert
clean-house
operation and secured
Cross had obtained
Red
buzzing down US 2T last about four or five feet International 17 Mrs. M. L. Dunaway ,
alligator
Class for and kickoff August Williams j
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Oewiaton.Florida week approaching Hendry's punt discovered making his this Information from the Mr., Maly. .
long was Buren HalLAugust
by The Clewiston News. Inc.. a Florida Ocrporat oc.t Corner and had to stow down return specialists: along.with home under the store where the German Red Cross. IDa, Jean Br.nUty n.>
Entered as Second dasf Matter February 1. '1937. at the because of a SRO truck parked his defensive work. ground is kept moist by drippings CpI. and Mrs. O. E. Link'swUer IS-Anne Glotfelty, Mrs George TokiejHarbes Maj.
Post Office in Clewiston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of la the center of the highway.Closer -ss- from the big refrigeratorin of Orlando Air Base Tommie Cox Lois Gala.dnI.Mra Fred
,, March 3. 1879. observation noted that Rain and the lack of It make the meat department. He visited friends In Clewiston.\ He J. C. Swindle arde Knot POIteD,
they were placing a "turnpike lots of conversation. While pasting eluded all attempts at capture had recently returned from the
1 .O ID,4 NATIONAL 80ITO.IAl. sign" overhead along with route through South Carolina recently and was left to enjoy his adopted Aleutian Islands.
C6iI signs. passed a wide place In home CpL Sandy Bell Jr. was a ....
; a q IAS :! The closer to Clewiston, the the road called Frogmore near "Last week D. S. Watts man- pay officer with the VS. Army ROAD SIGNSii
MeMls to madder I got mulling over the Columbia. It made headlines a ager of the meat department, in Italy.
1 N placement of these signs! along couple days after that for receiving discovered the "gatrr In a gap Martha Nell Alston and RalphW. often may be confualac.
p a Subscription! Rates 14.00 per year our highways.The 10 inches of rain in three between the ice box and the Bishop were married at the Bible points out the But .
f\ lest (Return Postage Guaranteed>)> about hours 11V4 Inches for the eternal life ODJ)' 'IOt4
c Gold Coast screams brick outer wall of the building.He borne of the bride's parents.Mr. quite PIaInJ,. ::
'lf ON and the amountof 24-hour period. That's what you out aid, J'
BERYL BOWDEN Publisher representation bad evidently crawled and Mrs. Wm. C. Owen I am the soy.
taxes they are having! to pay. might can a real frog; strangler of Investigation and left for tr uth aid gti
S. R. STALLS. Managing Editor on a tour and daughter. Shirley and the life; no ODe,, ..
Telephone: dullness: and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 Meanwhile a super expressway when he found that he was discovered a month's vacation during which to the Father but by me". .
funnels traffic to their doorstep quickly! crawled back visited his parents In
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves they
i It's Now (
Utterly thousands History the ice box. John lUI
depriving
the right to reject any objectlooal advertisement! to his hole under Brownsville Tenn. )
...... ., of merchants (restaurants that time Mr. Watst has
I THD NEWS a. no r poB lblllty f.r the Mturn of onoIlcllHI Since -
,, minu-crtpu cr photoffipbi service stations, sightseeing HURT TEAKS AGO been dossing pieces of meat Community Presbyterian Church
.... .. .. _
THK NEWS .m.> no financial r po lbllltr.for notified tr attractions, motels and (Free Clewbrton. News.Aogu.l Into the gap and every night TEN TEARS AGO
but If
mmmlulon. la dnrtlMmnt
graphta.l
error or
s ... mechanical services) from the I'. MM The store employees 407 Royal Palm Avenue
will
{ f puck rrrora the n.it IMV reprint cornet they disappear. Clewtaton News,
: ., .... ntbr: (From
I r that part the 4 th..rror oocutr** opportunity to serve them. Miss Gertrude Balasok and are all quite proud of HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister
Urncnt would ., the oomctloa *>lu August 1.2, 11M)
the great a llm. '
i tmt ii.. N.wi will Kduco the frit: r4 the dT rtU.m. nt br :. The turnpike and Interstate Kenneth S. McMullen were married their little playmate.
amount equal to tbo poreonUKO the total cpaoo .. tho orron.on allow motorist to cross the state at the home of the bride's Raleigh N.C. family named 9:00: A. )L Worship 10:00: A. M. Bible School
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or copy line on four-lane and go directly parents la Arcadia. Morris parked their car on the
t' to the metropolltian\ area of One of the choice bits of news TWENTY TEARS AGO levee and got out to admire the REV. GEORGE N. NEILL
Mr. Hoover. Miami with out getting off. la this Issue was the following: (From ClewUton. News, view. They then watched their
J t I Happy Birthday, Modern highways are a sign "Alligator UDder Store Be Autnst 11. W44) car roll down the levee and GUEST PREACHER
of progress, so long as they do Into the rim canal The car was
t not pentallze one area or section salvaged 'cleaned and the family -
I tI at the expense of another. went on their way.J. .
The super highway takes the V. Tanner played In the
northern visitor direct to bis All Star North-South High 1

{ w1. objective greater allows portion him of to his spendthe rev ERAWLYKEEPS School The game Clewiston in Gainesville.Federal Savings '* HOME FOR SA E. .

i enue there and then take the .
and Loan Association
if straightest route home for the v ON moved into its new building,

f lack Local of surplus business\ money.people are suffering 1.. corner Bond Street and Ventura 304 E. Ventura Avenue

from the turnpike and ., Avenue.
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-, A barbecue at the Elks Lodge
while the turnpike will never
Tx be removed, it seems that if Mowing mss' celebrated the birthdays of Hu- 3-Bedrooms Unfurnished
concernedadvertising bert Post and C. L. McLendon.
enough people> were
of the competitive Plowing Garden Dresses and on the in advertisements ladles In photographs (Large Closets)
route could be stopped on ,
had skirts that reached within
major. highways.-S3 ,I Wowing Weeds 10 inches of the floor. Carport with Utility Room
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Most everyone Is familiar J Cultivating Soil Lot 73' Frontage
with "Smile you are on Can- '
dlded Camera"that Chief". Deputy. I understand Seth e'', Rolling lawn. Happy BirthdaysAugust Paving Paid

Howard of LaBeUe and Juvenile Cutting Tim. 13-Mrs. Fred Arc r.
Mrs. W. C. Boswell. Mrs. Tom
Counselor Jim Wright can give
PRESIDENT HOOVER In Q WWon. 1962. with Governor 6.61W ,
Pearcy, John W. ,
Fords Bryant left and former Governor Doyle E. good wave advice radio to operators the many .short. Scooping Dirt i Charles lineman Mrs.Daughtrey Rosa- J. E. BEARDSLEY

E. Carbon. ST. right at dedication oi the Herbert Hoover "Quiet, you may be on the Air". Gravely also aweepeaerUwna .psps Sprayi belle Hamilton.
Dike on Lake Okeechobee. (Staff Photo) Seems Seth had his radio repaired hauls. .AND k '........ -g- (And congratulations to Frances -. REGISTERED SEAL ESTATE BROKER
and enroute' home stopped working yearafteryear.Th. and Campbell Nall, on their
Herbert Clark Hoover, 31st president of the United and chatted with Jim mightY 0.8 hp Gravely emgin. BuIlJOnng anniversary)>> E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501
,' States celebrated his 90th birthday quietly Monday In Ms little knowing that their conversation doM the work. Dine: dig 1 August 14 Thelma Twlddy.
broadcast over drive to the toc.- eaves
was being all-gear Mrs. Ira Blair Eva Yale,
Waldorf Tower. home In New York City, from which he has seven counties. Underatand thetechnlcial over 30 available-let* you
I ,/ not ventured since on May 22nd, when against doctor's advice : got a wire crossed or do ALL your home and eratfn9Power
he went downstairs to pay homage to Astronaut Gordon something and the mike stayed garden job) with POWER. .
'j Cooper. open. Both men were afraid to Granlydoem'tlbeup 'R1 r. V/

,,,' One of Clewlston's most Joyous days came in January answer the phone for the next when the coins gets
Let Gravely malt
I 1962 when the Herbert Hoover Dike was officially dedicated couple to remember of days, while what endeavorIng was said- your tough.tough Jobs easy. FREE DEMONTRATIONNO Glades Gas Co. Offers !
had
I to honor the engineer-president-humanitarian who about who. At last reports neither -
made it possible.
I had been threatened. BELTS!
I Thousands gathered at the waterfront where a simple -ss-

bronze marker was installed on a miniature concrete levee Football is Just around the NO CHAINS!
section. The 88-year old President won the hearts of everyone corner as Coach Joe Bundy i la- FREE
i that day. And within a few days by official action of sued a call for his troops to
the City Commission he became an honorary citizen of mustier. It's going to be a long Tractor al

Clewiston, and by official action of thi board of directors rough row to hoe for the boys. We Challenge installation of heaters ordered Don'twait
with NOW.
Local fans are privileged
became a lifetime honorary member of the Clewiston Cham- the first three games being at $357.00 .

I tr" ber of Commerce. home Pahokee, Sebrlng and COMPARISONFINANCE
t It makes us proud today Mr. President to realize Naples. TOOLS EXTRA PLANBarry's for cold weather when everyone is rushed!
: we share our citizenship with such a distinguished gentleman The pros are already at It
!1 and we waft a very genuine and heartfelt HAPPY and local fans will be watchingthe
coverage for news of Glenn Buy heater and FREE INSTALLATION
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ton filed out to left field for the runs and 2 outs Emit Hill! lined run Lauderdale's George : the early opening of L7ewlrtoo Fla THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page 'J1arae
ill-Stars edged in first out. a single to right-center field led off with I chirp hunting. season* the Thursday August 11. lMf
With scoring Dyal and Llano for theM ball to first baseman ,,, races again will
runners on first and
tie game Crosby followed too hot to handle. Right from aU over
second Mike Dyal hit another with a fly to left field for the Danny Wade followed and visitors from all Barbara Cox Betty Sherouse, riders Is expected to Join that
uderdale game Al single Morrell which, scored Davis and third out of the inningClewtiton's walk, putting runners nation. Annually the Candl Hough. fror.j the- larger cities of the
pinch hitting for Jorge Soto replaced and second. The next more than 7,000 East Coast to compete Sunday.
Johnny Also members of the wam.bu.t
Davidson filed to (enter Many will at HUleak
run I
victim imth Eddie Crosby led off with field for the second out Davidson as pitcher and a sacrifice Of to'Ernie unable to make the Sunday in -Miami
set down the team with vancing Shaw to third. Spedway Friday ki kiII
wJI! rCleaaerr 10.9 a single and Luther Davis, pinch Devan Dyal singled to load the opposing trip were Minnie and Mary Tigertall night ,
Lauderdal' bases. little difficulty in the bottom of on first and third, Huey and I I
Lauderdale's Lydia Cypress.Cycle
for
of the FJoridaifili' hitting Art Morrell followed pitcher experienced '
IIrsl round Alloctation with a walk. First baseman a wild spell and walk the seventh. wood singled to score team Winners at South Bay last I I
SotbaU! the tletng Ciddens
toUfDament held ID Hol. Ronnie Robison singled In Crosby ed Llano and Ciddens which In the top of the 8th. Davis third in an run attempt; to get races at Sunday were: 1"f. I
trictltocds7 night before catcher Johnie Jack- added 2 more runs. filed to center for the first out. par : "
Befioaers I
advancing from lIr.on
lake
aOdbWni behind 1-0 ID ear With the bases still loaded 2 Then Robison hit a smashing fly wood single but Crosby at ,South Bay 1. Bill Jacques (Parllla) Fort ;;; I
oveream. ball over the center fielders ped the ball on the tag Lauderdale I
u bin sad exploded head for a borne run which put would have been the of the "Doodle- Sugarland Cycle Associationwill : 2. Jim Bock (Ducatl) Miami (: ;
ID the S Clewlston out front M Jackson of the winning softball 3. Dale Aklns (Maico) 1 1
allJlll Put Inning bold cycle: races at South Pahoke ;
the .e nlb to thelob SpDhiA nwA filed to short and M. Dyal ) a picnic at Lake Bay Sunday, and riders from Amateur
II \\DI IIIS.fib grounded out to short for the final The next batter with their man- "
extra many pouts In South Floridaare 1. BIll Jenkins (Ducat)) Miami '
hJI team tralliD' runa outs of the inning. Hunt, hit a ground ball sponsor, Judy Vann. expected to return to repeatthe 2. Doyle Haulcomb (Cullaeo) r:t'
!lain the top of the ,ev- With dewlston ahead by one end baseman Devan enjoyed swimming, thrills offered last Sunday South Bay ,1!'
threw home to get Wade and games. and to vie for the trophies of- 3. Teapot Cresse (Parllla), Ft. J
.__''tt' ..01t .. .. .. -..' -- umpire ruled the tag was were Mr. and Mrs. fered. Lauderdale
; $ '- -' ai_, ..:.. I time and that was aU who assisted with Beginners are Invited to run Expert '"
Clnlston "ten', and in Novice 1. Eddie Bock (BSA.) Miami -
as chaper the class that was
: : n. taDdtTdale AB a Thomas, Fay started last week by the South 2. Paul Richardson (Graves) 1
Lenora Sutton. Helen Florida Riders Association. Miami
Shaw u S I
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Wade rf __ 2 1 Christine, McDonald, A large number of Glades 3. Buddy Tudor (B.S.A.) MiamiWE'VE j .
aoninger 3b.... 4 1 r" f t
: :: ii' Cheatwood lb 0 1 I

JTT 4 I .: :: : U 1' Plckerill Huntc.S If _. 4 1 0 _"\: 1
Ford cf: ..__ 4 I
Holcom 2b 4 1 : ill: I
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TOTAL 40 10 "

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12 price 72, price 72 pric Little Leaguers OR VALIANT :HI: "1

Sheriff Earl & Dyess ,
! named Ernie Miller to
HATS HATS plans for his annual i
r for members of the Little Brand-new '64 models! ,
JEWE.LRY I gue and Junior Little
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baseball players. High trade-in allowances! ,
All players who have .11;
pated in the summer Low, low prices!
I Cosmetics :.un.II"I"--" ". DRUG program are invited to
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deals
I the outing which will! be Money-saving
.=1 Ladies Nylon on Wednesday. August '
Flsheating CWek. The bus Easy terms to fit most any budget!

. on Sale. urregularn" Needs a I leave approximately from the 9 Youth a.m.. and A wide selection of models G{; ; o

I return at approximately f and colors!
29c
pair Swimming and
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Maalox Liquid I. with quantities of
H O S I E RY "trimmings" and pop in
for the large appetites .
( Sculpture ____011---' ma'n''r $1.89 .SherltDyess assures "
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Ladies Hair our price $1.29 to look after the ') -
i Lipstick I while they Ire swimming .I.IPAA .Im
I treat if an annual
.. 11.98 Sheriff Dyer and Is
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ing the 16th annual J-day and San Benito Street Clewiston, Fla. .

'J $2.50 ALARM CLOCK Regular: "|| Buggy Scheduled Days earlier celebration.than d.

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Four THE a.EWIS1'ON NEWS Ciswtba, na.ftlll'ldaT. Sharon Thomashas home adjoining her parents, Mr thorns spent a few days here MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
AUCUI1 1>. IMt Bolls-Morgan and ))Ir.. R. W. Crouch. visiting her daughter, :Mr. R. TODAY
Mrs E. E. Allen and sons, L. Pape who was released from
12th birthdayA Gary David Bruce and Erie Lee Memorial Hospital Fort, Multiple sclerosis is a chronic

Miss Patricia Sutton Billy Bryant engagement of Patrick AFB, Cocoa Beach, Myers, Friday after surgery disease of the nervous system Star Spectaca
party Saturday afternoon Mrs. John H. Hawkins returned
are guests this week of her par and is still one of the unsolved
I celebrated the 12th birthday of and Mrs. W. W. Sage. last Wednesday from a vacation -
'\1 eats, Mr. problems Jn medicine. Until the BIG
:' are wed in Baptist church Sharon Thomas, ; daughter of Mrs. Allen and son will leave visit with her daughter, cause 1 Ia discovered, positive DANCE ar.
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas at soon for Bltberg, Germany to Mrs. John D. Sullivan, and family treatment is unavailable. .
their home (OS Ooncordla: Ave Springfield HI.Mr. .
husband and father in
their
'Xles 19eeks. Kay Sttfco. were Elmer Bryant brother oftI' Guests were Mary Alice and join tour of duty, and Mrs. Shirley Hill of Nerve within the body are SHOW
1 uingleer of )*>. .t Krs. tl. >> groom, and Donald Button, William Gober, Libby Poihill, for a three-year JEnoxville. Term and Mrs. by nature covered with a

,! wet I. Sates Gv ttc.. be- brother of the bride.A Christie and Kathy Endlcott, with the and Air Mrs.Corps.Charles H. Lenora Thompson and MissMarlene sheath, much like the Insulation Coming Soon
: ; CUB the bndt of WfflUa. &yant reeeptioa was held la the Kim Murphy\ Dale, Nell and Mr. and Hanold Thompson of Sorrento, on a wire. In multiple sclerosis

,, ,i :. son of Mr and Mrs. W L. Fellowship BaD of the cbllJ'Q.JoDowia& Rodney Pennington and Mary Jones, left and Saturday sons. Alan for Slyva, Fla. are visiting Mr. and :Mr. this covering is destroyed and
Bryant of Moore Harm la a the : The j Lee White.
ceremony. the bare place la covered
Belle
NC where they will spend a Ernie Hill this week. by
1 ) seven o'cJock at the bride's table covered with GladeNational
ceremony was Mrs. Thomas astral refreshments car or sclerostle tissue from
H. Jones,
and Mrs. T.
J. Ray
vacation.
weeks' Mayor
,f h : First Baptist c uttb. Oewis- a artwork linen cloth, and centered which featured a decor two which the disease
weekend enjoying a get it*
4 Jones will leave this Jr. and family are
too Saturday. The Rev Teddy. with of
an arrangements ated doll cake and Ice Cream. A time
remainder vacation at Fort Myers name goes on the scar
I Ii Greenberger Venus farmer marguerite daisies and baby's to join them for the stay tissue Increases and Guar(
eventually
t pastor at the Moor Haven Baptist breath. White tapers were usedin of their stay. Beach.
.. I Rehearsal party Sheriff and Mrs Earl S. prevents the passage of nerve
Church officiated. io the sliver candlelabra. The wedding Penny Pennington is spendingfour .
'II: double-rIng rites. cake was three-tiered and days this week at 4-H Campat Dyers, Sr. are ,vacationing at impulses. ArmoryAniericas

Urns of white gladioli! and! topped with miniature bride honors coupleMiss I Camp Cloverleaf Lake Pisa an undisclosed location. Sheriff Common symptoms of mulf.tlple ,'
t chrysanthemums decorated.te: and groom < id. Accompanlng her was Nancy has made a couple of unexpected ,sclerosis are blurred-vl.; "
altar of the churchwhere palms Assisting la serving the punch Patricia Kay Sutton and Harrington and her mother, __ trips back to his office during ,ton, numbness of one;or'mote'1 answer to
and formed a background lor'I' and wedding cake were Mrs. William Bryant were'honor Mrs. A. R. Harrington, of Canal his stay, but 1* apparently of the extremities, tremors of "The Beatle
1 the wedding party. Greens and Delores Duncan Misses Rae guests\ at a party, given in the Point enjoying some relaxing fishing parts of the body, weakness,

white blossoms were used on Cox, Mary Jo Bill and Barbara Fellowship Hall of the First Guests of Allan Padgett and trips somewhere.Mr. and difficulty: ; In balarfclrjsrand I The
;: the cathedral candlelabra where Clark. Miss Joyce Jones preild- Baptist Church, following the children at Fort Myers Beach and Mrs. Gratton H.George walking It occurs: in both sexes number one Ban

'I' ., white tapers burned during the ,ed at the bride's book. rehearsal of their wedding Friday Sunday: were Flag Grant, Linda left last weekend for a and apparently i 1a unrelatedto I in Miami and
1 ceremony 'The bride's mother wore' an MART IRENE BOLLS evening. and Dennis Grant; Mrs. Janet vacation trip to Washington, race or occupation. In.the all Of

,i' > Mrs.. Maurice Fletcher organ- 'afternoon dress of pink with a Dr. a.DCIl4rI. George F Bolls Hosts were Mr. and Mrs..Os- Prater and son Jeff; Mrs. Dean DC. and to Davis, West Yin majority of cases the symptoms Florida

1st and Mrs Robert W Kelly, chiffon overskirt and white accessories. of Lake Butter announce the well Sutton and guests were Boulifant; Misses Joan and ginia. appear between the ages of 20
A < vocalist: presented a I programof Her flowers were engagement and approaching members of the wedding party. Denna Wood; C. C. Archer West Paul Bussey, of Ashburn Ga. and 40, with T"arel1(; r case before "The"
f nuptial music Mrs Fletcher white carnations marriage of their daughter Virginia and Donna Cheatwood. is visiting his daughters Mrs. the age of 15 or after 90,":

I played the traditional wedding Mrs. Bryant chose mint green Mary Irene Bolls, to James Visitor honoreeat Mrs Richard Pape returned W. O. Campbell and Mrs. W. J. The frequency of the disease
f marches and accompanied Mrs. with white accessories and a Wayne Morgan son of Mr. and home Friday from Lee Memorial Cato and their families. compared with other afflictionsof I Busy SignalsPlus
Kelly, wbo sang. "Day of Golden corsage of carnations. Mrs. Warren O. Morgan Sr. of Hospital following surgery. Among the out of town guest the nervous system la hIb.
Promise". "Ill Walk Beside Before Clewiston. card partyMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Walker and attending the wedding of Miss especially in cold damp cli. .j
I leaving on her honeymoon
You" and "The Wedding Prayer" The bride-elect: was graduated daughter, Barbara left Saturdayto Patricia Sutton and William mates The incidence la three
trip the bride changed to R. G. Degler and Miss
a traveling costume of yellow from P. X. Yonge High Marjorie Daughtrey entertained make their home in Nor Bryant Saturday evening were times greater In the northern Popular
The bride entered with her linen School, Gainesville and attended wood Ohio, where he has accepted Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bryant Elmer than in the southern part of.the Album
The with
,dress matching with a card
t father by whom she was given the University of Alabama party Saturday a position as assistant Bryant, Byron Starling Given '
Jacket, was worn with brown evening for Mrs Ed Shaw, of U.S.WhIle Away
in marriage She floor where she member of :Mr. and Mrs.
wore a was a principal Jimmy Hildock there Is as yet no satisfactory ,
accessories and the orchid corsage Jacksonville, guest of Mrs R PlusDance
length wedding gown of white Chi Omega sorority.Mr. Jesse Allen Laura Bryant and
from her wedding bouquetFollowing E. Shaw. The party was held st Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Phillipsof treatment for multiple ,
f : peas de sole fashioned with a their honeymoonthe : Morgaa la a'graduate of the Degler home were bridge Ft Lauderdale were week- son, Miss Pam Hedick, Tommy sclerosis, general hygienic and !
,'lace bodice with scalloped: neck- couple will reside in Rapid Clewiston High School and an and bingo were played end visitors in Clewiston. Davis and Orvllle Daniels of supportive measure are a help. I ,'
line and long sleeves ending at City S. Dak. where he Is stationed honor graduate of Florida College Rev. Henry Horrell Ford minister Moore Haven and Mr. and Mrs.J. They include maintenance of Contest
Sandwiches
points,at the wrist Side pleating at Ellsworth Air Force of Medical Technology: Miami soft drinks candy enjoyed., nuts and of the Community Presbyterian T. Bryant and children of adequate nutrition rest, and I
emphasized .the panel front of Base. where ha was president of were PlayIng Church, and Mrs. Ford Waco, Texas. avoidance physical and emotional with
ue were Mrs. Shaw Mrs. B. I
skirt which: ended la a short Trophies
the student body He plans to are enjoying a vacation of several strain or infection. Also
W. Hundertmark, Mrs. R. C.
chapel train Her
fingertip veil! continue his education at the at Beach. of
Pompano considerable
days help to the multiple
of minion was attached to a Engagement is Thompson, Mrs. G. A. Yon Continuous
University of Miami % During his absence the Rev. sclerosis patient is' the Entertain|
coronet of pearls. She carried Mrs. R. E. Shaw, and the two
cascade of a announced] The wedding will take place hostesses.. Mss Daughtrey was George Nell, a retired minis kindliness, patience and encouragement went
arrangement
and carnations with stepnanotts Saturday September 12 at sp.m. high scorer at bridge and Mrs. ter Hollywood will supply the of family and phy
a
( at the First Methodist pulpit sician.
white orchid center. Mrs. Jeannette Armstrong of Thompson at bingo Patients Discharged
I Church of Lake Butler. A reception Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Boehmer
100
Miss Lenora Sutton maid of East Ventura Avenue announces will follow at the home of ee of Dana were visitors in Clew Susan Lewis, Olivia Martinez, !
honor, and : the engagement of her Monis Waldron, Annie Nail
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Misses Lou Ann and the bride' parents. Friends and laWn Friday. The Boehmers
Kim Sutton. bridesmaids an of daughter, Barbara A. KUheeney relatives are invited to attend. were attending the Open Houseat Laron Bailey, Angela Arguelles,
of Beaufort SC to J.
whom are sisters of Ray Madeline Cruz, Barbara Platt
I the bride the Big Cypress Reservation,
were gowned alike in green The Jones of dewiston. which marked the conclusion: of Bob Huffsteller, Alberto Del- "Wow- '' !
honor atteffitafi dress wag a No date has been set for the Church school itJ1'eERSON the Summer Enrichment Program gado, Vera Gunter Leslie Andrews -

1 deeper shade, and the dresses wedding of the Indian School and : Joan Heaton, Baby Bailey

were tattooed alike la a short opens MondayVacation of the community.. Elizabeth Waldron, Ola f
j)" I formal pattern with short :Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Crawford Daughtery, W. E. Davidson, Jr.

.. sleeves and ben shaped skirts Overseas church'' Church School will and Billy Crawford were In .Patient ReoukaingThomas Is She
They wore matching flower open Monday, August\ IT at the Fort Myers Friday. Returning Weathers, Darryl Willie -
i caps to which were attached of First Methodist Church School, lS, with them was Miss Joy Crawford Kim John, Frank Thompson .
1 abort net veils. Their flowers topic programEnglish according to Mrs. S. H. Stalls. who has spent the summeron J. A. Kennlngton, Charles
i were crescent: bouquets of white director. The John B Boy family la enjoying an extended camping trip Danny Prater Freda Jean Pra- YourSecretaryI
I carnations and baby's breath. Language\ ChurchesOverseas" Instruction recreation and refreshments a vacation at Fort My with her uncle and aunt Mr. ter, Opal Green, Anola Williams -

Jimmy Hilda:k, Moore Ha- was the topic of the will be offered to era Beach. and Mrs Glenn Crawford of Mary Ann Cypress. Charles
) tea was best man, and ushers program for the August meetIng an aged children through the Mr and Mrs Scott Fry and Fort Myers. They visIted Wash, TIer Jr. Judy James,
the Womans Missionary
I of Baptist sixth grade, with "Jesus" as baby son left last evening for ington. New York, the World's Charlie Micro, Lillian Bowers,
Union at the First
I Ban- the school theme. their home in Hawthorne aftera Fair then made a trip out westto Bessie Mildred McGowln: Mary ?
tilt Church.
The school will last for one ten day vacation visit with see the Grand Canyon and Rimes.
I Mr}, George IJneburgef, program week and daises: are scheduled his parents, Mr and Mrs. S. C many other interesting spot of CARD '
OF THANKS
RYSTAL chairman; Mri, Charlie from 9 until 11 a.m. dally. Fry. Both are teaching la the the nation. "
I During my long hospitalization "WOW Is She Your ?
Foy, Mrs. W. R. Wlmberly. Ugh school at Hawthorne this Thos. B. Owens Jr., who was Secretary
Mrs Richard Phelps and Mrs. discharged from the since July first I have been the Yes .h.'. an OBVIOUS asset to our agency !However -
recently:
Fri. Sat, Au,. 14 15 W. A. Thomas, costumed in !the year. recipient of many kindnesses we offer many less obvious services such ai fret wr-
US Air Force, posi-
DOUBLE FEATURE: native attire ot tit countries Births- H T. Vaughn Sr., H. T. accepted a and the object of prayers and veil' Independent agency representation and complete.
,j.1J "BLACK SABBATH" whose church work they described ,Vaughn, Jr. and John B. Boy tion with PraU-Whitney plant Sunday thoughful deeds I am especially eral Insurance protection at the lowest cost
Indiantown, and left
BORIS KARLOFT presented the program Mr. and Mrs. Jack Albert representing US. Sugar Corporation near grateful to the staff of Hendry
I In a very interesting manner. Martinez announce the birth of and J. W Beardsley representing for his new location.: He is General Hospital, to Dr E. B.McConvlll. .

i "EVIL EYE" Mrs. W. F. Nail president, a daughter Nancy Victoria on Glades County Sugar living la camper-trailer, and his family will atIndlantown ., to the blood donors Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency
JOHN SAXON conducted the business meeting.The Saturday August\ 8th at Hen- Growers Cooperative Association and to everyone who has
remain here with Mr. and Mrs.
Ora Wood Circle won the dry General Hospital The little attended the ,U.S. Depart been so much help to me. TeUphone YU S-7S01

I I', Sun. Mon, Aug. 117 attendance piii. miss weighed six pounds, 11 meat of Agriculture: sugar hearing Thomas be secured.B. Owens until housingcan Your friendship and kindnesses Su&arland Highway Clewiston
in New Orleans\ on Thurs
"THE WORLD OF HENRY The members voted that the ,ounces. Mrs. Leslie are deeply appreciated.
Snowden of Haw
OSIENT" goal of 1173 for the State Mission Mr. and Mrs. Lulius Greenof day.Mr. BELLE BRYAN
t PETER SELLERSA Week of Prayer be In Moore Haven are the proud and Mrs. Charles Wayne

different type; of family creased% this year; and the parents of a daughter, Mildred Adams have returned from'
.e" fun.Tues. proposal will be brought before Victoria who weighed in at Lakenurrt, N.J. following, the
the church. eight pounds Sunday August termination of his enlistment in Store-Wide
'.1"1 9th when she arrived at Hen- the U.S. Navy. They are presently
Attending In addition to those
r' Wed, Au .
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dry Hospital.
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able power, skill and accuracy aewbton. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five

? South of Flagler Beach 1 11 Bu- Thursday,. August. 13, 1904 _
Watermelon
f Free y low Plantation maintained asa
historic memorial. Farther

south Is Tomoka State Park, an '
with each $5.00 Order! i tv : 834-acre recreation: area. MOST RAW RU jOWN It {
Daytona Beach, a yearroundresort
city. Is the center of a
(US No' t 69 beach: playground which I nl,
. 10 lb. C
POTATOES stretches for 23 miles The gentle .,
slope of the beach results In I, 'I

Fresh Cut Okra . . 2 lb.. 29c a width of low tide of about 500 FLQJftDA ,
.
feet, and the hard-packed quality

Yellow Onions . . 3 Ibs. 19c be driven of Its sands upon U permits Facilities cars for to ; I

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I'I '
yachtsmen are provided, and
Crisp Green Cabbage .' . lb. 6c four golf courses dot the area I ; :'

The Daytona Beach: resort area lINTO J

Red Ripe Tomatoes :. ." . Ib.l9c has a long history of automobileand '
motorcycle racing: There I II \
Complete line fresh vegetablesJohnns. also greyhound racing: at the "

Daytona Beach Kennel Club anda
modern fronton offer exiting :' i

Vegetables tat alal games
New Smyrna Beach: south of ; j
Daytona Beach: 1* surrounded sugar "
-- -- ----- cattle raising, truck: farmIng I'
by
..re
718 East Sugarland Highway MBS. JANICIE Hill, supervisor el the clrl'a Quits Msnlaa. third from left received ai dairy producing and citrus:

Hathcock'i Used Cars" summer Softball pragram. second frees left, Individual trophy a* the league' most outstanding industlres. Seven mile of white J t.jJ J

"Next 16 presented league trophies August 4 foIUwiag player and Anita LUne. right, holds sand are within the city limits

the Doodle Bag-Tom Boys play-off. Miss the trophy presented to the Tom Bon for The numerous attractions of I: !
Florida Upper East Coast are SUGARLAND ROLLER RIHK.1 I
Judy vans left received a trophy for her victory In the playoff game. the reason Governor

m team, the Doodle Bugs as league champion. -Waff Photo among and the Florida ,
Fans Bryant
; .__i.[J Development Commission. are is now accepting applications < r :

like a barefooted kid crossinga the spot where Jean Rlbault urging Floridians vacation in ;
Fuller's FolliesBy hot tar street landed In 1562 and claimed the their own state this summer. for membership for its ti

THRIFTYDRUG It was disgusting when Sparky: land for France, Nearby la Fort
;: AL FULLERI would give up just as he was Caroline National Memorial to Private Skating Club )
near that tig-tagging fluff of recall: a short-lived attempt by
.miss ol" Sparky My dalmatlon fur, and amble back to the the French to establish a colony Many have not .J d
I call him mine, but actually
:
he belonged to my truck.: truck I was embarrassed for here Skating Thursday Friday and I
1
fear someone might find out An almost unbroken string of ,
He had to be given the long had vaccine '
that I owned a dog which: beach resorts, such: as Jacksonville : polio ,
sleep few I
a weeks
and I 1
ago wouldn't catch rabbits Beach: Atlantic Beach and '
keep thinking about him and remembering The thought occurred to me Neptune Beach, begins here JACKSONVILLE A survey> Saturday nights
the good times ,
Shopper's Special. we They are typical of north FlorIda of Florida's child Immunization
that
he
had together My truck certain maybe was allergic to .J a
ly: misses him. It hasn't rabbit fur But after I shot one beachea-h.rd-packed.: gent.y program begun earlier this I
right since.Sparky's: run and brought It back: to the truck shelving and about 500 feet year by the State Board of from 7:30: p.m. to 10 p.m.
.
Roast Tom Turkey, DressingGravy < he pounced on It like his spots wide at low tide Ponte Vedra Health-shows that among 15-: J. J
ancestors: must have belonged to a leopard Beach a quieter more exclusive : month-old children 11 per cent : .
Cranberry Sauce' been the original fire house resort, has an 18-hole golf of the white and U per cent of "
Later on I discovered that ol'
dogs. The ones that chased course a private air field and the nonwhite have not taken i
Mashed Potatoes, Collard Greens those old fire engines Yep the Sparkplug wouldn't chase anything 'a, yacht harbor, polio vaccine:: '

truck: attachment was Inbred even cats very far from ,St. Augustine originally Span- "This could be a dangerous i
Italian Bread Hot Rolls58cor2for9& Y. his
or but he carried It to ridiculous beloved truck. Know why?
: Because: he was afraid that some lab, came successively: : under situation because the pre-school: summeri
extremes critter might from be- the assault of the Indians,, the child 1* at the greatest risk and :
come up
We used to ride outside of hind and French and the British in the yet 1* the poorest Immunized
get too near his truckl: ,
town to let him chase rabbits We took him dove shootinglast early contest of empires The against polio." said Dr. Wilson .

As soon as he'd spot one he'd season, The birds were being city la the oldest permanent T. Sowder, state health officer. WEEK-END SPECIALS j
leap forward like: a greyhoundthat dropped faster than we white settlement In the United Polio was widespread In Florida I
-.- had bet money of his own could find them In the tall States. Historic Castillo de San prior to the availability of MEN'S I
and the rabbit would lake off Marcos still stands resolute asa the first polio vaccine:: In 1935: MEN'SMeshSlipOn :. '
grass Thinking: that any dog .
Fountain Special. SLime could certainly: find birds better symbol of old Spanish colonialism : This new vaccine: brought about Lace-to-toe /j
than The park of the Fountain one of the largest Immunization
lowly I called
man Sparky:
ST. PETER LUTHERAN of Youth memorializes In history and has Work Shoes '
over and tried to get him to programs Casuals
Freeze _:_ .u._ .14'Clewiston Belle cirutcii help me I shoved one up to his Ponce de Leon resulted In sharp reduction: In "

Glade nose and threw It nearby into Other sights fur visitor are the disease $5.98 pro '
'1t' Rev Richard Roseman pastor the weeds 'Sic 'em, Spark!" the Oldest School the Oldest So far this year, only 8 cases $2.44 pro J
fll"'t'II.Jt. II II II 1 8:30 a.m. Sunday School House Old and -aU par.lytlc-h.ve been reported Reg $7,85 Value "
{ \ 10:30: a.m. Divine Worship He that ambled bird over and stepping he hasn't righton yet Oldest, Store the In Jail addition are the In all of 1963 there were I ..., ,t

t:00 p.m. ClaisCOMMUNITY Wednesday Bible seen it or dozens more that he Rtpley's Believe It or Not only 33 paralytic and 4 non p.ra.1ytie AL'S ARMY STORE I

walked over that day That dad- Museum the Llghtner Museumof cases reported -Jo t
blamed hound was too busy Hobbies Potter's Wax Museum Dr. Sowder said that In the (USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN) ,

watching his truck a few hun and the Alligator Farm, pre-vaccine: period the highest 73 E. Sngarland Hwy ClewWon Fla. .hi

' Church dred yards away He kept running St Augustine Beach: Is a beautiful case rate was among children
Directory back: to It every so oftento strand of tide-packed: white aged up to 4 years with the next ;;. f
highest rate children S .
.. make sure no one had messed sand among
with it. Nearby Anastasia State Park to >. -: '
,
flu BAPTIST CUU"d, DOT CERLITL4.N.CSURCH' PRESBYTERIAN la the site where coquina for "Although case rates far all ;0.
At home
IK E. Ventura Arcane 201 N. Franelseo Streeta 4C7 Royal Palm Avenue Anyone ne could was some have watchdog m.deoff : ,Castillo de San Marcos was age group have dropped considerably --

RCT Bob L. Christie J. Goedrich: Minister Henry H. Ford, Minister with all of our kids and quarried, and Fort Matanzas since: use of vaccinehas

III s.m.-Sunday SebooL. W:00 a.m.-Bible SchooL 9:00 a.m.-Morning Worship Sparky ,could have cared less war a forftlfled outpost for the8pknlsh spread over the state" Dr, 1L T
U Lx *,m.-Morning Service. moo a Communion and 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School But let anyone get too near that garrison of St. Augustine Sowdec-added "K U of Importance OFF 1
Las : to note that the preschool
pm-Training Union.INpm
Worship Service 8:00 p.m.-We.tmln.ter Fellow. truck: and powee you better get 73 !
I .Evening Service 7.30 p.au-Communion and ship. fitted for a new leg Maruieland, near St. Augustine group experienced the least percentage !
decrease in the case
Vttoaitj: presents unusual and entertaining
Worship Service.: Wednesday: Rains could flood and winds ,t
'1:10: >p.m.-0fflcers tad Teachri displays of thousandsof rate whereas the highly-immu: H
Wednesday: 7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice: could freeze, but Sparky: would nized attained asubstantially .
marine specimen: living together Wale group '
Meeting T.JO In
p.nu-Bible Study. never sleep the comfortable
I III p.m. MIdweek Prayer FIRST indoors. He prefered to sleep much: as in the open greater. case rate
METHODIST CHURCH "
ocean The famous educated": reduction:
Service under his truck.It .
OOMMUNm FENTECOOTALrlOUCTESS 331 W. Oseeola Avenue The board child Immunization .
lIS porpoises demonstrate remark.HIGH
[ m.-Cholr Practice. doesn't like the
CHURCH seem : same
Rev David Dens
low. Pastor program works this way
.... truck: anymore I I'm the
dewlate. guess
9 43 m.-church
: SchooL through county: health depart-
Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service.: only person alive who wishes ments; parents of children: three SALE : i''
ft pots In front of his eyes could
Mums onmcaEpbe 10:00: m.-6unday School.: 7:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth BACK. month of age are contactedand : :
( al) 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship Fellowlhlp.CHURCH come urged to begin the child' ,
217 N. r.ellJe T:4S m.-6unday Evangelistic! Immunization program: When

1ft,dark H. Dormtn. Vicar Seivice. OF CHRIST Old Fort Recalls the child 1* IS month old the Jf
kUf Services: Wednesday 3M South Central Avena parents are contacted: again and

?IJI ua.-Eirljr Bucharl t. 7:45: p.m. .-Prayer Service. J. J. Sullivan, Minister urged to complete the immunization -

'J t.m.-Family Service and Friday Sunday: early 'settlement if this hat not been StartsFridaySA.M.

Church School. 7:45: p. h-Youth Service. 10:Mam.-Bible School done. r

"tts and Hole Day a* aoweed. 11:00: .m.-Worahlp.
Historically: speaking, Florida
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NOTTHSTOE[ MISSIONARYATTEST 7:00 p.m.-Worship.
Ca began on the Upper East Coast CARD OF THANKS
ions by appointment CHURCH Wednesday: with Ponce de Leon in 1513. Continues thru Thursday Aug. 20
:
JO N. Francisco Street 730: pm.-Midweek devotion Site tracing Indl... French: Confc.t me today ytI We want to thank"aU the member ,

"WUI. Rev. Julian Pone and-Bible Study. Spanish and English occupationdot United* of States the hospital Sugar staff Corporation .the :rhrw: r; .'7n n* T *,d: "WEM-JEST' ,; ;.I
BAPTIST CHCTtCB t:45 a-m--Sunday School.: the area.Running .
hath. dewbfaw. U:00 a.nv-Morning Worship. CHURCH O! JESUS CHRISTAPOSTOLIC through the center of and all our friends for the :
Abner H. cards and the
J". Herb ffigdon. Pastor 630p.m.: -ETC. this region Is the St. Johns RIver flowers : many

.m.-Sunday School. 7:30: p.m.-Evening: Worship. South ClewfaUM FAITH probably the most famous Vann ful.prayer. We arc deeply grate SUGARLAND : :
N
m.-Worihip Service. Wednesday) for largemouth black bass fishIng -
Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor
I T..5' p.m-R ptist Training 7:JO mPrayer Service. In the world. Deland. the Ph. \ ,*' '.
Union.100.nWorship 10:00: .m.-Sunday School. home of Stetson University Is .
11:00 a.m.-Preaching.: also an important agricultural YU 2.5971
Serwice. CHURCH OP GOD Tuesday: center. Nearby de Leon Springs Sugarland Pharmacy Rexall Pharmacy. ;
: SU Seatk Faelfle Aveaoe
;_ 7:30 pm.-Pr. Meeting
Broiherbood. I Ia a quiet village built by the
khaday; Rev. Joe Coleman Friday.: side of Ponce de Leon Springs STATE PIZZA ,

ra 0.ar-Bro, 10:00: a.trt-S nday School.: 7:SO p.m.-Young People' On the St Johns I la Picolata.a .- lIN Ieewaw FARM :
of Prayer. : YU Sugarland Clewiston
11:00: a.OL-Morning service: Meeting docking point for the Spaniard MUM. Om .i Si'- [ 23311 Hwy. '3,'

ti PJH.-Cbolr' 1 Practice 7:SO p.m.-Evening Worship. In the 16th century. Just : rr.., !I

Wednesday! HI-HATEN 0AFTI8T CHURCHHighway above, on the opposite bank: 1 Ia AYes i
7.30 p.II1.-Pr"er Service. Green Cove Springs, with healing I
ISTONN' ASSEMBLY Friday: 721 mineral Iprlnll.1.ckaoovll1e. ; J I

COD OF 7:10 p.m.-Young People's En Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor : a major Industrial Weal Be ; :,r i I
Id Ma11 Iranelsee deavor.JEHOVAH'S I:4S a.m.-Sunday SchooL: city, Is the principal gateway Getting !
Lama Street 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship. by rail to the- Florida peninsula ;

V rKimbrel Pastor WITNESSES 1:45: p.III.-Tra1nJnl Union one of'the largest transportation New IBM !
0 ,1:00: p.ra.-Evening! Worship centers In the South Long DistanceStatements
M e Kingdom BaU-417 W. 23: Paw>> :
Wednesday and has one of the largest deepwater ;; I
B. Gabon ,
-
KSris wSS 1:00: p.UL-Prayer Meeting. ports on the South Atlaa- .
r.5 Cdtldrea'a rh-Zi ,. Sunday Watcbtower Study. tie. It 1 II also the center for a STARTING
&
:11
Evsngeddgtic Service pmTlie.&y resort area and the home of
sue; :
Bible Study 3:00 p.m. Jacksonville: University The i
Thursday Ministry School.: 7:M CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
O'm'dkrlst.1 Ambasaad- Husker Feint city has several excellent golf Next Week! .
w., j.a.Strrlce courses, municipal: swimming r.
t' .
: Meeting I 30 Paul Strickland Pastor 'j
.
I : p.m. pools parks with ,tennis an* With the new IBM STATE .
1.5 & r
lPrayer -' 10:00: a.oL-Sunday SchooL shuffleboard court, and a zoo MENTS you will be able to .. : '
Study.tN and BIble s1'.MARGARETS CHURCH 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Just south Is%, Jacksonville Na- see at a glance when you last :' '
Fatter Robert A. Eostter Wednesday: val Air Station.Fernaadlns called home and even how 'l'

La.R011 1:00: a.nx..Sunday Mass 7:00: p.nt-Prayer Meeting. having served >long you talked. Businessmen _
Raugera fa TOO: a Jm-,Daily Weekday Mass Saturday: under the flag of eight nation, 0 will be wen pleased with the ; I ,

7:00 *.m.-First Friday )la... 7:00: p.m-Youth Meeting. turns back the pages of history u1s g g new because IBM STATEMENTS, too. ....r; ,, ,
and reflect its age In architecture : theycmmWct win provide a :
record, of a& .
Ita W customs and romantic long distance charge their Q ;. '''I
Uy Church Feature stories of Its past Modern Fernandlna This IBM
1 Is Sponsored By The Following: new LONG DIS "
Beach hat a 2.000.1ootfIJh1nI TANCE STATEMENT i* part '... !
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pier and an Is-hole golf of
an extensive service improvement 4f
Hendr County Parkinson Inc., course overlooking the Atlantic.On program now un- .
FJoyd Howell Agent f -
: the northern end of Amelia J..JI der way to mild* you with Jf : .
3868014: ,01 B'11diDAirr.aDIf G0 nsplett DeP d SMKeuly Island 1* Fort Clinch: State Park. modem, efflctHI telecommuJ .
Phoss ideation "" t I' .
Little Talbot Island State Park at tnekrwest posst- f '
Federal: Is a 2,500-acre: park on the At- bit cost. I JL'y. ,
Tractor Co Giddens Clewiston ,"' Near bland Your !. yInte.County '
Furniture lantle/ Fort George tt o
jjoaDSk
Phi42.5501 r sAYlNCSa MAI*,ASSTfRoyal's Historic,Memorial are the Don *, \ 1,1''

Pridgen ,Store ,j Juan McQueen: and XlngslayHouses. I '; r .1\.11,1'

Civics I Inc. Mayport. a shrimping I .. Danny,Dialfone!) : ,
Service -Ifa Easy: to Fay village" 1* the site 'of a tre .
.. Tte Glddene Way" meadM* anchorage: lot aircraft T-i L

_- L _'. carrIerI.< A" momimesA. aark* -, ;.. tI' _. .:J.r .... f ._ .._ ,pyitcm'' Denotes Quality Service ,

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t Six THE CLEVnSTON: NEWS Qewtston Tla.' Police attend Pacific to East City Limit, ap by reference affidavit, tserete mad a part state stoner Attorney of the Twelfth COURT lit) THE i* AND COUNTY rose narxDnr jcnotrs: County Hendry, to the County
this
Thursday. August 13. 1964 proxianately one mile tot a cod Sworn of to and subscribed. .. before Judicial ClrcullPubllo COUNTY' FLORIDA Connty Plnrl:rd Judy
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of C4.500. me thus 101k day of August A.D. Defender Twelfth JudicialOn7"l II* FROBATBNO. County attLiBelln: : : ,
jjo
officer's schoolTwo Iced ___._.. in J : \,
ll of ealondar :
The Community Presbyterian Uwllle P. Weaver ( ) Member of the House time ao the Inonhsa
the state; and provide year- Church 1* building an addition Notary Public State of Representative IN RE: this .lIc.. first publl I '
Rotarians urged round supervised recreation. members the Qewit- to Its church loti Florida at large.' County Judge stand shall b.Each w
sanctuary on or
the Circuit Court In wrltln y
Clerk of
attended Aug.II. .
ton Police Department My commission expires FSTATD OF CARLM plicate. and ,
White noted that the organization law enforcement officer' 23-29. block 190. facing Royal ISIS.AuTVt. sheriff R. DICKEY dmwMed. I of nddence.hall ousttee lhe..
1 Ia supported by tax dollar Palm Avenue at a cost of KO- Tax: AssessorTax dr... .f fits .nd .w
classes held during the last two : M. 17. Sept 1. ...4Koncio CollectorCounty be sworn CI.hn.n
to help youth and contribution which 000. Superintendent of Publlo Ih.
week In the .nn\, .
area. .ri alto..S5S
have amounted to over $61.000 Instruction NOTICE TO CREDITOR .lIon '
I On Tuesday August 4. Officer HBAHIIO! Registration ,
An aluminum carport at or rtniic Supervisor' of lUH be'VoW.4mr '
Gordon White assistant state in the last year. A* a sidelight or CLEW18TON. A Member of the Boardof hall -ot a'
Charles McClelland attended First Bank of and THB CITY Three ((1) TO ALL CREDITORS, UBOA-
dewlstoa.
the laid that for each OANIZED Districts *>ieai t*.
speaker 0 R Commissioners
/ 4-H director old Rotarians Moore MUNICIPALITY County TEES: DISTRIBUTEES AND Dloko,
four hour class In
single dollar spent Joe preven- a remodeling at Waldrou Motors AND EXISTINO UNDER THB I, I and I. PERSONS HAVING ANY CLAIMS Helen t Co Dick !
Monday that they should take folks Haven conducted by the Florida added to the permit of the LAWS OF THE 8TATB OF Two (11) Members of the Board OR DEMAND AGAINST BAlD ecutrlu .f the Lat4 a.
,j I aa active part in the promotion tative care for young Highway Patrol for all law FLORIDA TO: THB BE/VERAL of Publlo Instruction, DistrictsS ESTATE: and T..t..nt o.. trlD I
three dollars are spent for corrective PROPERTY' OWNERS TAXPAYERS .nd .. It. Dickey. Cute.
.. to d.....
of youth organization, .
aome .
agencies.On CITIZENS OF of the Peace, .
and Institutions. AND Two (U) Justice" Too and each of you are hereby .
help make. our youth better measure CLEWI8TON. FLORIDA, I N- Districts I ..noli. notified that NER ,
you are U6ENTOWEp.
.
\. adult. The speaker It a mem- A close friend of one of Tuesday. August 11. Chief C L U D I N O NON-RESIDENTS Two (I) Constables District I by Law. t* present any required II N 11'40-
ber of the University of Florida the Okeechobee Boys School: of Police Wendall Whaley and month.IIIQI OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT and I claim and demands which you, WntlnpRIm01Beuc5"Flo
TAXATION THERE Whereof I
TO In Testimony or either ef have .
I 't\ staff which is observing Its staff White said that over 90 McClelland attended a four- IN. AND TO ALL, WHOM IT have hereunto set my against the estate you of CARLOS may R. ,. for Eo.utrl, \ sCNT5

f. 50th! year a* sponsors of the per cent of the boys, age "11. hour clinic in West Palm Beach MAT CONCERN:; hand and the Great. Seal DICKEY: deceaeed late ft said July 2!, 10.
that had been confined to the which was conducted by the You and each of you are hereby of the State of Florida.at Aug t, H 1H4
} 4-H ;youth organization notified that the City Commission Tallahaasee the Capl.
f school had never belonged to Federal Bureau of Investigation. UBOAI. KOTICH TO BIDDER of the City of Clewlston Sal" this the thirty-first
;k The Florida extension service youth organizations. Over 100 officer from the ....led proposal for the eon- will: hold' a public hearing I the day of ADl 1.iJD.. 1114.
traction of the 1SS4 Addition list day of August ..... at S:00 TOM -
.j In Its 50 year presently! Include "Young people need to belongto South Florida area attended to Clewlston Elementary School!, P.Mor as soon thereafter u Secretary of State q.
: ".000 members In M some organization planned to this class. The classes dealt Hendry County. Florid. will..... the matter can b* hard In the (SEAL @tut *
counties of our state and 1,700 consume the leisure time of with proceedures: In handling received by the Hendry County City Commission meeting room Aug t? It tt, IT, 1M4 (U1f,
Board of Public Instruction La. In the City Hall on Commerclo CN No. 4851'I0Tl1II
Individual club, which are under young folks, and these organizations felony aud civil rights C"". Bell, Florid on or before' 1.00 Sleet In the City. of Clewlston -- =
; the direct leadership of the need adult support P..... Thursday, September 5. Florida, relative to the current with us I -"' -
;your ,. .. stop
and use at which time sad plac.thy proposed. street Improvement project TO :
respective county agent whether It be 4-H. Boy will bo publicly opened and otherwise known a* ..I..tImpro..t Or INTENTION]NAME
their assistant what-have-you," the building nod project No. .. At REGISTER FICTITIOUS
Scout July
or
,i j Copies of tho Proposals Contract said hearing the owner of the The underslgnsd' does hereby
The 4-H organization offers speaker concluded.The Doeumsats, Drawing* and property to b* assessed; or any certify that we are conductinga GRESS.
33 types of project for young speaker was Introduced Specifications may be obtainedby other persons Interested thereIn floor coverlnr business at lit
before the City K Sugar land Hwy. Clewslon.Florida
eligible General Contractor may appear
boy and girl to participate In; by Ted Gallo, Hendry County tops $91,000Thirteen from JAMES M. HARTLEY.: ARCHITECT. Commission and be heard *. to under the fictitious ct 6ptI
It has provided summer encampments Agent Other guest present Included lass Harrison Steel the propriety and advtalblltty name of Clewliton Carpet Customs _
t this for 6,400 Charles E. Miner Jr., Hollywood, Florida, or.th* office of making such, Improvements, and that laid firm Is composed _
t year building permits for of the Superintendent of PebluoInstruction as to the cost thereof a* to the of the following person
: young folks In four camp In John Potter and E. H. Todd. $91,300 were issued by the city, Courthouse LaBolle manner of payment thereforand whoa names and place of residences
i Florida' A deposit of ISO" I. required as to the amount thereof to are' a. follow:
office during July. Two new for each first set of be assessed against each property R. M. Berry, IIS Prookhlll DEL MAR
homes a $30.000 addition to the Drawing and Specification I.. so Improved. Drive. Fort ..,..., Florida MOTEL
.".4 to each General Contractor The streets to be Improved are Johnnie O. Tomllnson, S4 E.Mariana :.
Community Presbyterian Additional acts may b* obtainedby more' particularly, described" a* North Fort Mysrs, C Hoders sad Beaitlfol -
Church and $24,500 worth of paying reproduction ...t, follows: Florida, S Double
The demand for fat water main extension were Included which coat will not b. returned Ownership of Clewlston Carpet sigh Family Units
Th. full amount of the deposit }I Hearing on Item t through Custom I.I a* follow: a Air Conditioned TV -
: in the permits Issued. will be refunded to all Bidden Inclusive, war bold July R, M. Berry-60 per cent
and stocker R. E. Burchard obtained a provided' all document are' retura.d 10 Itfl) Johnnie 0. Tomlinson-60 S nones 04 beer SwttcUward
to the Architect. In good S. San Gabriel, from Osceolato per cent e Baby Bitters Available
permit for construction of a condition within It day after Del Monte It la our Intention to apply to
r cattle is heavy $22.000 home for O. R. Berneron the Bid Opening, Subcontractorsmay All person. Interested are the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn a Servants Quarter
r Del Monte Avenue facing obtain document by paying hereby advised that the description and for Hendry County, FlorIda e Foal
gwtnmlnf
reproduction cost which tort ef each property to be assessed to register tho said name ofClewlston
Buy only the the Shupe residence. The CBS will not be refunded Document and the amount to be aassssed Carpet Custom under 5 Eeataaraat Near _
home will be located on lots may b* examined free' of chargeat to each piece or parcel of the provision' of Chapter 1051 S
the Architect office property may be ascertained at Law of Florida Act of 1141. Credit Cards Honeyed
-. 12-13-14. block 26. Each proposal must b. accompanied the office of the Clerk of the Witness our hand., this 12nd
cattle you want The other new home Is for by a Certified Check City of Clowlston In the City day of July 1914. 1510 No. Ashley Street _
Cashier1 Check Bond Hall on Commerclo Street. R M.
or Bid executed Berry
Dewey Shelton a concrete block by the Bidder and Surety You and each of yon are hereby Johnnie 0. Tomllnson (TJ. S. 41 Nerd)
residence on lots 102. block: 426, Company licensed to do business further advised that at the Sworn to and subscribed to by "
facing Aztec street The 32x32 In Florida, In a .um equal to time and place, above stated, the R- M. BERRY and JOHNNIE O. VALDOSTA, GA.
fire (I) per cent of the amount City Commission of the City of TOMLINSON "before me this lind
foot dwelling Is estimated to ef the total bid. The Bond I* re* Clewlston' will meet at an Equal day cf July A. D. 1SS4. Cf1
cost 16,000. quired as a guarantee that If ising Board to hear and considerany Mildred R. Bofleld tEb
-Sales Every Monday at 1:00 P.M. additions 'being the Bid I* accepted. a Contract and all complaint a* to Notary PublloNotary nw
Substantial are will b* hared Into and the per- such special assessments and Public But of Floridaat Writ for Itrersrure! ins mw TKAVU QUID
built to the homes of H_ formne of It e.curod.Thcauses. hall adjust and equalise the
properly Large Ilittnf' fin*......t.ewe cod to sad, .Inawe.STEAK .
I neth R. Hansen on East Trinidad .. ul bidder will be required aid aasesimenU on a basil. of My commission expires Sept. U.CN4U ,
: to execute a Performance justice, and right, and you are' 1016. 104514eppreredbyCce. eeedMeterlbtar. -
Mrs. O. M. Dunaway on Bond,.covering and Including all hereby required to come forward .
West Ventura. M. A. Rhoma labor and material Tb Performance at such time and at such July SO, Aug. I, It 10 1114
t Bond shall be writtenIn place and .be heard or be forever
on West Trinidad and the residence the amount of one hundred barred for when so equal-
of Mrs. Pam Moody on 4100) per cent of the Contract lied resolutionof ,
hnJltp
I : ; Commission: :
GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET,ASSN. West Ventura. prlc. such assessments -
Proposal form most b* prop. shall stand confirmed
LuRay Land Company has .rly' filled out and must not be and shall be and remain legal
contracts for extension of water detached from the Specifications. valid and binding; first liens,
.JI No letter upon the property' again which
: qualifying or statements
Those WT WOZS BeO Glade. FU. main from Aztec to San Luis will b* considered. such ......ment. are ma4.. so'
Avenue approximately one mile NO BIDDER MAT WITHDRAW til paid purnuant to Chapter.
f BID submitted for a 170 Florida Statute Annotated.
and along Sonora Avenue from period ot thirty (It) day after CITY or EWI8TON..
/ the date set for the. opening of FLORIDA A MUNICIPAL
such Bid.. CORPORATION OP THE
THE OWNt/R RESERVES: THE RTATD or FLORIDA
reject any and/or all BY FRED C. BIKES!: ITS
r.' .. :11nJO to waive informalities. CITY CLERKBy HUNGRYChef
IF YOU thuds MARIE C. WEBB
ARE PAYING By J. R. SPRATTJ. Chief Deputy Clerk
R. Bpratt, Chairman (SEAL)
Board of Publlo Instruction CN-490
Aug. II 20, Dee .


i' niOl TOMB! MORE CARL ATTEST!: E Hendry; HORNSBY County, Florida la the. /mil ('ldms CaH. t. ad Ernest McCray

Carl E. Horn.bl'. Superintendentand Far Le. Csesoy. ..1.rI.a ,
80..tarl' to tho Board or
NOTICR OF .n FoR'Fr.
Publlo Instruction Hendry Coun HALF!

i CN ty.-Florida 4 o 7 Earl Notice a, Is Dysss hereby, 81''given. Sheriff that of I is tobroil for
YOU
PER MONTH FOR RENT Aug. II, 10 1114ed and Hondry County, Florida, under ready
by virtue of a writ of execution
heretofore Issued out of
FOR ULIII the above entitled court." In the
r The City Comml..lon..f the above styled cause, have levied 'A Selected Grade U.S. Choice
City of CI..IOIon win \'erol. upon the following property. Top ,
YEARS ,. bid up to I:II P.M. K.8.T. 1117 Oldsmobile SS Holiday
August 14, 1IS4, at which time 4 door cuter Whit
II 12 thy will b. op.n.d and red lI.rl..1 Numhar I7IM0I111 .
.1 aloud /or the BALD: of the following Tag No. ow.un
1 OWN piece of equipment. As the property of the above New York Cut
CAN One (1) Caterpillar D-e Dogs named defendant, and that on
: 'yoU with (LPlont-Choate) the lath day of August at exactly
__ flFUL Hydraulic Blade.Serial 11:00 A...., at the South
I No. SR-| Msnufactured door of the County Courthouse.
A 9Ep I early' IHO'e, In LaBelle, Hendry County Flor- SIRLOIN STEAK
OWN This tractor can b* seen at M'V1 .will' offer for "u to the
I Tractor bidder
YOUR Kelly Co. Clewlston, for cash In hand
Florida. and I* to b; sold to the the above described property a*

I ." H 0 MEOfY ,condition highest bidder In lip present to the satisfy property said of..a.ld..,ullnn.t Defendant (Available from Noon for 'those who cant wait until 6 P.M.)

2 Bedspom) AZTEC The City Commlislon reserve EARL 8. DTE88
." /I the right to accept or reject, any Earl S. Dyess 8r, Sheriff
;
I or all bid.. H.ndry County FloridaHOTICB
I" r : C. F. Blair, City ManagerCOUNTT lRf-111 Served
Most people who ore paying rent CN-4. Au. I. I" II" in our dining room
f I' Aug. I" ... 1514AFFIDAVIT
.1 \
do not realize that $50.00 a month -

.. .I amounts to $7,200 in |Just 12 years. I ; OF O.r.RATOIUJtIeiNG 'Be' 'It known or ELECTION that: 1, TOM ,,every day
$75.00 a month for 12 years totals l .b. 'I'IIADm NAGS' ADAMS State of
:1" ( d STATE or FLORIDA the State of Florida do hereby
I 10800. And $100.00 a month : ;. .N : OF HENDRY ,1.. notice! !that a GENERAL
equals $1,200 a and In 12 BEFORE! MB, the undersigned l/LECTION will be held In Hen ,

,\I years amount to lear :: 1.VIII II rf..l..r:personally: WHO.: dry next County succeeding, Florida the,first on Tuesday Monday PLAN NOW

I I I I, .being by me first duly swore In November AD. I.... the said Enjoy Dining Out
If you are paying $50.00 or more depose and says.* Tuesday being the third day of

per month rent and own a lot or 3 Bedroom COMANCHE compliance That this with affidavit Chapter I I. mad tOSSS In, office;;T **: "', fill the following

homeiit free and clear, you can Law* of Florida, Act 1141,Los. Vnted Btate. Senator
I j for a beautiful Jim Walter homeIn Islnture. ; Representative. : In' Con ".* for
pay
That the affiant eomposeo the Sixth. Congressional District
12 years with the same amount of all of the person Interested In Three (S) Justices of the Su
What's the business enterprise known rums Court Groups I, t and S
money. more you need pay and doing business a. Virgil H.Parrlsh Thre ((5) Judge of the District
: Draglln Bervlo 1 located Court .t App..1 for the Second
I :,! NO MONEY DOWN 1 \I and operated at the following APdyellate District, Oroull. A. C THE CLEWIS TON INNClewiston
""" hIJ address Hendry and adjoining
I How Is this pouible? The Jim Walter ... .i. Counties, and that the extent of fm Clroult Judga. Twelfth
r I ". the Interest of each affiant In dnull.
way I More than 100.000 homes i&.4 said enterprise I i. a* follows GovernorSecretary
I I have been built by Jim Walter and Virgil E, Parrleh. 100 per cent of Slat
+ That the affiant ha advertised Comptroller
: they testify to the value YOU can his Intention to register' the Commissioner of Agriculture
for foregoing. flcltlou name ae provided Treasurer Florida YU 2.3501
get your rent money-save even 3 Bedroom HOLLYWOOD In said Chapter Itlli; at Attorney O.n..1'uperlnt.nd.nt Telephone

1( more by doing some of the Inside least once a week for four eoneeontlv of I'IIblio h.
finishing younelfl) week prior to the fil .1.lIon
log of this affidavit In Clevis- Florida' Publlo Utilities Commls-

r .,, Send coupon or call for 32-page FREE I 32-Pago. CatalogWhatever ton New rlrculatlon, a newspaper In Hendry of Cnu.ty. general .-- -

color catalog showing 21 Jim Waiter Florida, published continuously -
homes I! Ideas you may In laid county each week
floor plans and details
for a period of
one next
!,''1 of construction. You have choice of have of the cost of a suitable preceding the first publicationof year

t. 1,2, 3, or 4 bedroom homes. The homo for younelf' more said fully notice appear, all by of which publisher will Hare

low price and easy monthly payments and 'family we Invite you affidavit, hereunto of proof of attached such publication and- Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc.

I, will surprise you. to write for our latest catalog .

t which Illustrates ,
: 21 HOMES TO CHOOSE FROM our
21 model homes, shows floor hi-

Now we have 21 standard model plant, and gives detail of construe-

homes to select from, each Individually tlon. There Is no charge or obligation for iSf1sNG.NFdRtoPI. Of
i constructed and available In Line
'this booklet. You h and Complete
to find
'1 I of owe yourself family to out m'l
t : any degree finishing detlrod. If >
Lv
how much home you can get for ,the art now
: you own a lot or homes to you can money you

arrange to start building at once paying 'for rent.' Wo have built over 100,000 homos Boots Guides I< Building Material

.I '. WITHOUT PAYING A PENNY throughout the country and they are our best advertise Fishing Tackle SupplleJohnson's '

j' DOWN. Your'home will be 100% ments. Just mall the coupon or call at any one of the
j. tr
financed. Jim Walter branches'! : You will be shown every courtesy. Fishing Camp 11 4 ;; e



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C.wlatoD, Florid. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pap TThursday. I

July was record August 13, IDU

I CLASSIFIED ADS DisplayClassifieds month at library ------ \

how to rescue others in trouble CLEWISTON SUMMERETTES

The month of July was the in the water. Hot Shots ....._........_ 18 10
record month for the Clewiston Already a skilled swimmer The Pin UPI .......--.. 18 12 .:t
Public Library. A new circula- before being accepted for the Goof Its ....................... 15 13 a'? pi r

Tour FOR SALE-3 bedroom house. FOB RENT-fimaH haute. Fur. FOB SALE MobBe HOSE*. Used lion record of 726 books was Red Cross center, Nail underwent Topletts .... ...?_ 15 13Twisters i f
: !
RATES '10II One block from grade school Bished or unfurnished 835 1963 Immaculate 2 bedrooms, Included in the report of Mrs. 72 hours of classroom Instruction :::::-..:-..-.= 13 15

II per word per InHrUollo: tour .. $800 down. No closing: cost per month. See Mrs. Sloan 433 kitchen, dining room, completely: Alice Ford librarian, at the end and practical exercises WhIz Kids -...........?..?. 1 21 : I I:
rloilllUID cbare of three. W. D. King. E. Trinidad or Mil H. P. JoImIOD. furnished and set-up on lot of the month. d u r I n g the two-week Rich Individual Series 1, r i
for the prloe tic $..3S0. Financing arranged for Glades Roofing Co. July 28th was the high pointof course.: ,After rigorous testing to Norma Jean Beardsley 501 / I
LL201wbw. FOR SALE Lots In City of qualified buyers., Models open the month, and the 67 books measure the level of their swimming Polly McLendon 451 t J U
1' ONE yUkOll Moore Haven, $16.00 down and .. dally to .. Sunday after church An Types ei lest aid which were loaned on that day ability and endurance, he Dora Belcher -.- 449 ,'I'' J I
DAm" ap $18.00 per month. Call YU 2- .. dewliton Trailer Sales phone Sheet Metal fferk also set a new daily record for and his 20 classmates were In RIP Individual Game .

ir I tilt cI..me4 asW 2603. tfc YU 2-2661. tic New CenatraettM ermepalr the library. effect "returned to kindergarten Sally Blus ... ..- 188 \ }
...... SUP Jeba Mrs. Ford did a little checkIng ." They were taught the fundamentals Luis De Armas .-...,.-.. 180 '.t I I
pixie)plell seLayt. 'I'll",", TWO 50-FOOT LOTS ON LAKE tom COVERS made. Complete and drapes. Cus. FOR SALE One office desk Phone 2.7111 after the month was ended. of swimming as If Jean Vann-Norma Jean I
0s line of formica also student's desk the first
News She found that during
..pllJDCDll .f IM .. JUNE, for ..le. $3,750 each. drapery aid slip cover fabrics. secretary chair and two .teao,. D&111' EvembCT' seven months of 1964 the library ;
ia&Theatre.ifled .PIIIIIIIt Wedoce- Terms 1/3 down. Phone Lake Free tIma.... Call VU 2-5831. chairs. Double A Roofing Co. P. 0. Box 1141 has loaned 4,450: books. : ;' 1
t'W kfIn Placid HO S-4635. tic Van Gotham's Custom Furnitureand CLEWISTON. FLA Harlem News
Sugarlaud Highway, YU 31131. almost equalling the entire circulation
Upholstery tfe tic for the year of 1962

Rm nUt! tOR RENT' BLUM & SONS which was ",&78.Circulatloa j I
PLASTERING FOR SALE:-One 14 It. Thompson is nearly 20
Very Beat Work Machine up News of Our Colored Community ':
boat and trailer. 1982 Sewing percent over the same time In
FOR RENT bedroom trailer. MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA '.
We Save Tou Colored News Editor
SALE Money 18 hp Johnson motor. Tiffin
Ford.
rE FOR, 1963, reported Mrs.
tEAt EST $100 per month, lights and Flattering. Simulated Stone Ford. tic Repairs The excellent selection of Phone YU 2-7051: r
water Included. Phone YU 24084. Stucco-Free Estimate I
LAND GREATER THAN Up Licensed and Insured FOR SALE Parakeets $2.00 SINGERSales books .and the constant streamof Nolle ef Death Mt Calvary Baptist *. Rev. L. ,: j
new books which are being Clinton Brando Tarver died 1
M. Kitchens, "; i
acreage pastor
for houses 23 Years In up Mynah birds African lovebirds
1PER FOR RENT ODe bedre mhouse. Business placed on the shelves has Increased Saturday 8
evening, August Sunday School and regular a f"
customera.Maf Service
hive -
W. 3850 Lora monkeys, cages, ..uppl1eLPet .
a. Street :.J
with Phone YU 2-6881. tic use of the library tremendously 1964. at Coma Fla. church services Sunday r ;
every
List jour property Fort Myers, Fla. boardlag Thompson Wild Parts
the 1964.
: RentalsBrand during 1963 and The deceased was a native of service and
Ph. t Prayer weekly :
Beardsley. ED 'I- Animal Farm, Phone YUkon 21236. ;
L 7. l7l or OX 4-2874 The library la used extensively ,
FOR RENT-Fuiouned cabins tic new touch and sew Tuskeegee, Ala., came to Clew- meetings, the same time. ,
..30.til. by students during school iston with his Nov. '1 I ,
and trailer Johnson Fishing Arthur BaumMiscellaneous machines on display at parents In Mrs. Emma Dixon,
SALE OB BENT New Camp. YU 2-1181. tic REGISTERED CITRUS TREES CARITHERS RADIO & TV months, and the high record set 1945. A former student of Harlem Reporter i iI
three bedroom. Car FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. Glades Merchant! Co. Authorized during July, a month when Academy he enlisted in I
&ipltl colJu Singer in school Is not in session, was unexpected the U.S. Nov. 1954. With
St. Call agent store Army
O Oblsco Jo Safe M. Tomlliuon One, Fla. Phone HARLEM ACADEMY
: '
I ; f'
Wilson, 84U351, Lake TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or RE 5-2786 tic every Saturday. Please call said the librarian. a P.F.C. rating, he received SCHOOL
V trailer space for rent. FairGrounds YU 2-6441 or come In 108 The library Is located on the honorable discharge H. was a .
rla. Trailer FOR. SALE 1957 ALL TV Bond second floor of the Nickel Harlem Academy will I begin Its) f it
Park. Phone Chevrolet I4i. MAKES 3V USED Street tfc licensed barber, receiving his
N. G Archer 33044. ticCrlsanto Station Wagon. $450.00. Call SET Guaranteed $19.93 Building and is open Monday, training at Tyler Barber College Pre-PUnnlnc Conference.August ::1 I

YU 2-2603. AuglS down. $1404 per month. LAKE Wednesday and Friday evenings Tyler, Texas. He com- 14-28, 1964 ,. '
ESTATE THEME: "Evaluation for bet- '
KCAL Arrleta APPLIANCE: CO YU 2-7151.: tic pleted his education in Cocoa
FOR SALE 1952 ter education & community
oedroom frame. Chevrolet Bob Overholt'
OBTBSIDE-3 Fla. At the time of his passinghe
ATTENTION GROWERS-Free Coupe. $13500.: Call YU 2- FOR SAlJI.-P.n.o envelopes, relations"
Immaculate. in serviceDavid
funlibed. Boys was employed at Cape Kennedy
OBTHSIDE-2 bedroom frame, land 70 to 200 acres available 2603. AuglJ printed with form for social Trailer Sales Fla.Funeral. Under the Aotpteee of "If f
Use free one :year for clearingand security'withholding and other Mr. Minnie H. Fields Special- : I
8,000. DACHSHOUND puppies for sale. : New and used Smoak of the U.S. Ma- services have been "
ditching. Call R. E. Kreld- !fat In Elementary Education i
deductions tkn of 500. ClewlstonNews
CSEAGE ss svaDable.OES ler from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m..t' ARC Registered. Jack L. ofnCHELP tf 513 Central Arcane line Corps Supply Center at Al arranged for Sunday, 2 p.m.. State Department of Education, \ ,
NEW 2-BEDROOM 2Us YU 24221. After 6 p.m., call Scott 220 E. Arcade. \" rhODe YU 3-1831 bony Georgia, is visiting his Aug. 16 at Friendship Baptist Tallahassee Florida. t

frame home. Hardwood YU 2-5531. tic tic mother Mrs. W. O. Campbell, Church, Rev. O. Dldley officiating. Mr. J. A. Coins, General Super I: I
WAtma W MEN and family for several days. He visor. I
j FHA HOMES In Broward NEW APARTMENTS-One and WORLD FAMOUS Watkins products is due to report back to Albanyon He leaves to mourn his passing Mr. C. J. Chapman, Supervising1 .' j
Film Beach and Dade couaa two bedroom Alreondltloned. since 1880. Write for free Northside the 19th. wife, Mrs. Gloria Jenkins Principal.Mr. ," i
and Call YU 24675. tic How to Improve Food Spice WANTED Housewives, who Paul Cato has arrived from Tarver one ton, Clinton Brando \
prices. ?
ibes J. Gantt Specialist In Secondary
nrious
THREE 1 bedroom frame! 1
Chart. C, L. Hunt 443 E. Pasadena Tarver Jr., parents, Mrs. '
want carpets"in their homes. Cherry Point Marine Corps Air
Education State Depart- ,
ail cub paymentOR FOR UENT: Trailers aud Trail Lire
atc reams. Excellent eoadlUon. Afrilla and Eugene Tarver. two
Clewlston Custom Station for visit with his
Carpets. a par :
and '
ment of Education Tallahassee,
RENTlUDcIenclee :1
er apace Royal Palm Trailer Good aetrtborhood. brothers, Lewis Tarver and En- ;
Phone YU 3-3691. 208 E. Sup ants Mr. and Mrs W. J. Cato
available. FOR SALE Florida.
loiiiei u Phone YU -Small house trail
Park. 2-2603. tic $11,580. tucker Richardson, Clewlston.
arland
until the 19th.
Or r 1.000 vacant lots to select er. Ideal for camping! or va Highway. Aug20e four sisters Mrs. Octavla Moore Mr. C. E. Hornsby. Superintendent i

DO for all purposes Various FOR RENT-2 and l.room furnished eaUonln,.W. E. Davidson! YU J. M. Lankford Second SAN ANGELO Class Charles, Tex.-AIrman W. Brown, and Mrs. Evester,Black Cleve- of Public Instruction. '
ACADEMY
Phone 21271. 23614. HARLEM
apartment -
ltd. Terms.S7ESTMENT .' tie Aug20c WAITRESS WANTED Apply leg Red Estate Broker son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. land. Ohio. Mrs. Rosalie Collins HIGH SCHOOL
AND INCOME FOR SALE-Uprlght piano. $125. In person at Clewiston Inn. Brown of 420 N. Atlantic Ave., and Mrs. Carrie Bell Hugh- Clewbton, Florida 3344

PROPERTY, FOR RENT-2 bedroom trailer Can be seen at 608 S. Atlantic.Itc. Mr. Hale. Its Clewiston Fla., has- graduatedwith Say, Clewlston, grandmother, A. A. Thomas Principal .
M MONTHLY RENTAL. Re with large room added. Phone honors from a special: U.S. Mrs. ROil Richardson, Tuskeegree. 'I

cent CBS construction, $25,000.HO YU 23252. tfe Air Force course ,for communications Ala., three brother-ln-Iaws, HARLEM ACADEMY \
/ TERM, low Interest. FOR SALE Maple finished JIllP i MEN Sugarland Pharmacy technicians at Good- two slster-in-laws one aunt, SCHOOL \
torn, cane, grove and ranchitfifM FOR RENT-2 bedroom house youth bed, mattress and 'WANTED, fellow AID Tex. three uncles, six nieces five "OntMandint Needa la t
minimum 150,000. unfurnished. Phone YU 23252. springs. Good condition. $20. PIZZAYU Airman Brown is being assigned nephews, one step son and a American Education" ,
LISTINGS NEEDED tic Call YU 2-7501 from N. After HELP WANTED by Time Saver to one of the more than host of relatives and friends. To. 1

J. H. LANKFOBDUf. FOR RENT Unfurnished du- 3 call,YU 21751. tfc Food Stores. Applications now 2-3311 250 installations world-w 1 d Burial Booker T. Washington Teach the art of peace ,
being taken at Stores In Clew- Air combat and Memorial Cemetery '
where Force skill
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plex. 512 South Atlantic SAI.E-Motorc1cl. Honda M
lston, Okeechobee, and Belle unite based. Reddlcka Funeral Home In "
support are Teach for real life :
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East Sugirland Highway Night YU 2-7161
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The airman, a graduate
Serve all children
Fire, Auto and General Day YU 2-6001. Mrs. Hancock.
FOR RENT-Ti couple only. 2 Clewlston High School, attendedthe Provide a complete education g
WANTED to
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itliton.IT*. Ph. YU 22181OR bedroom residence! with carport take over Fuller Brush Route For SALE. University of Florida. Personal Mention Bund better school building :u'I
completely: furnished. On 20 Gal. Gas Water Heater A-l In Immokalee. LaBclle and Mrs. Ida Jenkins la spending Improve school support i ;;'

SALE-House, three bed- private lots. Good Vocation. Furnishing shape $30.00 surrounding area. Our dealersnow CAMP CAZAUX France-Airman her vacation in Syracuse New Improve our profession ,.' "
noun CBS Home. Furnished also includes electric 1-Cordby Hays Water Cooler 3 making $100 and up per 2t2! Acres First Class Cecil C. Nail, York, she is the house nest of Provide enough good teachers

unfurnished. Furniture in window fan yard pump, and gal. per hour perfect week. Write P. O. Box 706 Sarasota 5 Acres ion'' of Mr. and Mrs. Walker F. her daughter, Mrs. Bernice Make teachers salaries ,attractive I
xd condition. Call YU 2-3495. washing machine. Coil after 4. $5000 cash Florida. Septic ;Nail of 432 West Sagamore.Clewbton. Mitchell and family. {
1 W, Haiti Aug20p YU 2-13O. Aug20e 1-14 Cubic Foot CE Freezer '25 Acres Florida Is spending public 'f' ? II'Improv. I i
Mr. Willie Mace Macon Ga.
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Refrigerator asking! $10000 "the summer "waterproofing"US Promote greater. public appreciation ," j J
320 ., Acres was guest In Clewlston, Monday ; i
make offer Air Force personnel at his j f 1
afternoon, he was enroute to human relations ? :J : I ,
1 Small Hotpolnt Refrigerator home base Improve
works good $25.00 Nail an administration specialist Miami to spend his vacation 't I j It
I Business DirectoryJOHNSON 2 acres with House Combat with relatives and friends. '
t-Used Maytag Automatic like with the 66th \ 1'

new $75.00 term IfJ1JOBS close inl! Support Group In LeaD, France I
Johnson Cars
the American The many friends of Mr. Robert
1-Kenmore Washer all porcelain has 'Just completed ,
PJ.OOIJCenmor. Red Cross Water Safety Mathls are delighted to South L!
Road 832.
> CARS GOULD BROS. Matching Dryer 3-Bedroom I-bath I Training Center here at Camp know that he Is much Improvedand State
$35.00 Cazaux. He will teach Laon's convalescing at his home, Most' transportation for your
Bah. Kd 832. 8e.* PAINT: STORE Used T.V. GE, Admiral. Syl- Lot 100' x 120' US servicemen and their de- after being confined to 'Rendry "money this side of MlamllJulia's ) \

loaf. traannrtaaon for TOUT canla. Zenith RCA from WANTED I 'WDMEH Lota of trees they had never been near a General Hospital P ,

tUtetdeof money LteMsed Ceatraetere Reared $1500 up. See our large selection. 10500.00 pool, and were taken in rapid Ip
Miami Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mcden-
GOOD RELIABLE stages through the Red Cross : j
FREE: FBrTATE33l1y4 wom.awanta don, Rochester, N.Y. and Mrs.Gussle .
used heaters now Intermediate and survival $
Get your gas job. Cleaning. Ironing, basic., a
Saw kilos DealerCARITHERS K. SBgarian* Bwy.rheme have a few In stock. etc. By day or week. Call YU 8 Beautiful Lots swimming, and senior lifesaving 'are the Jones house guest Hartford of Mr.Conn.and, Beauty NookFOR 1 f
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electric fans
out :
Close on 2-6405. courses.
YU 2-2111 itp together Mrs. Ben Brown k ij
on Ridgel THAT NEW LOOK
8-10 inch Reg. $6 95 now Winding up the training were ,
$5.95- Reg. $11.95: now $995, TYPING DONE at my home. practice teaching sessions, with Slating Styling Cutting, No ; "
IADIO and !VDLEN hurry on these. 333 or 335 S. Atlantic. Phone Moore Haven students "teaching" one another The many friends of Mrs. Appointments. Friday sad r :{
SEE: US FORBOTTLED
Only 2 Admiral Air Conditioners YU 2.7481. lto the required breathing methods Cassle Hardy regret very much Saturday ,
WITH SERVICE GAS Canal lot 60x100'A 1 to hear that she 1s lit Mrs.Hardy .
5800 BTU 115 Volts swimming strokes and Fee Jar.rIII.... Can .-6.llMr i
dfII Installation Reg. Real Bargain! for each Red la a member of New j
Bid*. 108 Bond St. AppliancesSalesService quick safety practices *. Jnlla Salee. Frepttoler
$189,95 now only $$169,95. Miscellaneous; Wanted .Cross swimming course. Bethel A.M.E. Church, where 'f)
__Phone YU 2-8441 Bank terms. :DadeMonroeRealty Upon graduating, Nail re- she serves on the Stewardess l;
All new translator Stero player ceived the Red Cross Senior Board. We extend our "Get Well

CLEWISTONNAILER POWER GASCORPORATION from $49.95: also records WANTED: or 4 bedroom house Lifesaving badge, and Water Wishes" for an early recovery. Harlem Club / t I

can now be bought here at for rent YU 2-4301. Ito !.. W. Bogarlaad IflchwayYU Safety Instructor certificate Favorite Mixed Drinks Fried j I
SALES Lawhons T.V. and Appliance 3-2141 Clewlston pendents how to swim safely, Mrs. Carolyn West' Jacksonville Chicken, Fish Hamburger t'
I your local T.V. and Appliance how to prevent accident: and Fla. was the recent houseguest and other Sandwiches 1

New & Used Dealer In Moore Ha- WilL of her mother Mrs. Castle Recorded Music i
TRADE
YU 3-3101 ven. Hardy. Popular Bands I ,
182T E. YU 22661WALDRON'S Buy at home and buy wheN Mr. and MJoa..WIll WaHae r i;
service after the sale. Proprietors I I
BENDKY COUNTY you get Church News
Aug20cFOR WILL TRADE Iota er acreage New Bethel A.M.E. L. !
Title & Abstract Co. for good Lake lot to build a Rev.

IIIA TW Ali.traete-Tl hranaeerbllo J SALE-Hammond Organ, cabin on In Lake Placid. Bill Used Trailers WantedWe Holmes, pastor I
S AND CROCEHUS: ....rnilMr 2 years old. Call YU 3-1763 Blum, 3850 Lora St.. Ft Myers. Sunday School 930: Hilton's Grocery

Dpm 7 sans, to I Ball. I after 1 p.m. AugZOp Fla. tic Morning Worship 10.55: A.M. Groceriee, Freeh Meats k t
p.m. Evening Worship 7 P.M.
Vegetables Cold Drln s. Essential '
42to0p. LaBeUe. 21*. I>. O. Be* MC have complete line of furniture & Bible Reading _. Tuesday evening Items ;
*> planrett.t at the church We appreciate your patron
DW a Week appliances to trade for trailers. Choir Rehearsals .. Wednesday Mr.andMra.'n .
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EViNRUDESales Visitors are always welcome. rrptslee.
Your S\1Ur\ of Moment I
PknJca Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK a

IIDtt l':an of Clewlston and ServiceNew BELLE GLADE MOBILE HOMES Inc. II
Sara Beach: TO THE FUTURE AND Elbert Time I I

Lion CattlemenI _Marine and Used Hardware Metes WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING 249 W. Canal St., (next to Kwik-Chek) Open Houseat

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Land Bank abase wind meUMe and Install trricatt. BarberShop
Is Assist ta purchase ef a fans grave er reach. FRANK DENMEAD Realtor
nwtet For prompt. Efficient Fvthaae sewn .laud ,
Thursday August 13
x' R. UY Home delivery ......... capital finds. far tte farm enterprise. 'I
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Bobby 1. Lower payment. GEORGE LEWIS Inc.
117 1-1111 2. ....... term (CQ te It years). ,

Electric 3..llepeadaMe service (serrteg agrlesOtave. eMteafrelyarnee Elite Cafe and '

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hese 1-1321 If we can ke ef acmes" te yea please write er PSWM Phone TE 2-0523) Home Cooked Food Jj'!
Ft. Myers W. R MAT Mir. er DOYLE E. ABBOTT, Asat. Mgr. Cookies Sandwiches and:Ice Cream Cold Drinks Candles .:

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Page I THE' CLEWISTON NEWS dewlston. Florid a purr against his fast ball. aged light pole; Willie Sweet
LD Moore Haven Jr., wrong way on one-way '
Thursday August .3, 1964 phonesContinued The- regulation teaaoa end Vlgle T. Furnaguera. KQIDEROALrE1(
with three tied for first place street, 110;
careless driving and KcfbbaUoa
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Opens
( from Rotary played V.F.W. last
Page 1))
Al Fuller makesemergency night (Wednesday), with the group to file causing an accident, ISO or Ida.s For the second
Stlnhcomb, care year of
P.
Kissimmee river calls, and permit greater flexibility winner scheduled to play S.M.U : Blllas
in regard to record keep less driving and causing an accident "Morrell's
who drew a bye, Friday night Platyme
landing ing. The program, when fully for the league championship.The bank applicationAn $25 or 3 days
!t work bids askedjLBJWTEVGrvEEUCAU.ro lr Al Fuller made' Implemented, will enable the championship game is Wm. R. Kersey Jr., petty Ace 4 ft S
an emergencylanding
i 125 3 days Bessie
company to obtain informationfor larceny, or ;
certain be
to exciting and
of his Piper Cub at the a application (is )in processof Experienced!:
red light, $10
running
d' engineering projects, service large crowd it expected to be C. Mays ; Training
Owiston Airport Friday morning being filed for a national
requirements, research and H. L. Gunn. disorderly conduct,
on hand. Incorporated to Rhyme
BUM 0V JfflW nOKTTT without incident Fuller and bank to be established in Moore withheld. University of EdenIt
marketing operations, etc., in sentence N
a 1
i OF Hssnonx: urn> Curtis Chapman had taken offa Haven. The following group of Can Mrs. Carlota H.rreU 'tV :
relatively short time.
r few minutes earlier on a & W. Circle. prhe 1-lit!
I pro.jedfd Glades County citizens signedthe
r Opoutf oT bud on SS00.0Mworth There has been no employee Little League
of construction, drrdtiniaad Right over dewiston and force reduction and none 1 1.1 application for charter at a Vets Info Service
the lake. When the plane climbed -
I meeting held on August 3,1964:
equipment nuUIUUon la planned in the foreseeable fu
t,
to about 300 feet Fuller tourney MondayMonday Walker
M.
connection wish Improvement ture. Employees who previously James Woodward John By FRANK: VELTRE
realized it had stopped climbing Frank D. Yaun, Richard
Service Officer
County
this date
co the Kissimme River chan processed manually
and would do no more. have been retrained and and Tuesday night Griffin Ralph E. Wood, Margaret Beginning July; this year,
Del WM noouaccd: today by the m will find the
top four teams Second
Then. said Fuller, the engine
J. Van De Velde W. J. Tyler Printing
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most becoming
men
U.s. Army Corps of Engineers currently working with the new in ;young
and lost Its oil competing a single elimination
threw a bearing
Jacksonville. system. J. J. Wiggins, Tommy will be given their mental and
t pressure. Ifcanwhll I had already tournament. Bronson. Joe H. Peeples Jr. .
: District Engineer: Cot H. R. Inter-County:: ha* a six cycle physical military examination Cracker
turned the plan around The schedule 1 1.1 Indefinite because and Thomas C. Perry when they reach this draft ref'1atratloa History of
j Parfitt said bids will be opened and headed back to the airport, billing system which spreadsthe of the present tie for positions will begin n, I '
Melvin T.
An economic Dixon
survey age
15 work in Connection work of preparing tome 50-
Sept on landed safely. however
where we Monday
Central and Southern 000 accounts for (1,000 telephones on at an early date. Person of the Florida Department of ; :
with the "I'd been waiting two weeks night, the second and fourth J.': LAKE OKEECHOBEE
operating business and other Veteran Affair, said today. ,
Florida Flood Control ProjectThe over a thirty-day period.
[ for enough time off to fly teams will play and the first
residents will be asked to give Now draftees .
most potential
contract calls for installing The first customers to receivethe '
around a little, too, he said. and third. +
certain Information required by must wait until they are 22 to Fresh
oft
aD automatic gated concrete new type IBM statement, the Press
"It a disappointmentl" .
surely was
On TuecIay'Dlpt, th. loser the Office of the Chief National find out if they qualify for military ?
box culvert in Levee D4 on the were in the Naples, Punta Gof- .
will play at 6:IS )in the consolation Bank Examiner. The citizen service. NOW
j east side of the new Klisimmee da and Moore Haven exchanges. ON SALE AT
River (C-38)) channel; Installing Other subscribers in the 13 game and thewinners cooperation in securing this information Dixon laid the new program
two concrete pipe culverts ,Vision Corp.explained county area will receive the of Monda"nllhtl contest*!will will be appreciated.At for examination 1* the result of

e in Levee 48 on the west side new statement on their next play at 8:00 for the champion such time as a charter the findings of the presidentialtask Sugarland' Pharmacy andFrank's

j of the Kissimmee River channel by regular Ulllng date. ship.Awards it. has been approved; all local force, a government committee ,
i f ; grassing approximately 14 Inter-County:: gained 10,000 new will be presented Immediately people will be invited to become appointed by the late '

I. jniles of Levee EM and Levee Dr. VaughanFlorida telephone stations In the past following the game stockholders of the bank. president John F. Kennedy. Grocery, Clewiston or
48, removing shoals from the twelve months, and this rate of Tuesday night ".f Anyone interested iirfurther Information Under the new system, men ,
lower reaches of the Kissimmee Vision Corporation. a growth Is expected to continueat may contact one of who failed their examination L. E. Will Belle Glade

River; Installing safety barriersat non-profit corporation, which an accelerated pace. It Is felt the following temporary OKI- may enter a voluntary program ,
two navigation locks: on the supervise the expenditures of that the system's 100.000th telephone Calf sales todayThere rem; Tom Perry Chairman; aimed at helping them to understand

Kissimmee-S-65D and S45E; the Lions Club sight fund, was will be installed by mid- James Woodward, Vice-chair why they failed and aaaal
and altering handrail at four explained by Dr. L. G. Vaughn, 1966. will be a feeder I calf man; W, J. Tyler Secretary; leading them into training

other water structures Sr. to Klwanlan Wednesday at Telephones In the Inter-Coun sal at Glade Livestock: ,Market or Frank D. Yaun Treasurer. which could help correct' ,their

:S41, S-65. S45D. and S-65E. their regular luncheon.Dr. ty System are now nearing 81- in Belle Glade toda,..*" deficiencies, Advertising doesn't
Some 20,000 cubic yards of Vaughan explained that 000, and almost 700 people are Also on the board sale will be 21 resident Dixon suggest that detailed cost. it PAYS!!
and will be removed in a vision Is a mental process, the employed to operate and maintain five groups of steer calves from information on the procedure

j shoaled up area of the lower' eyes serving a* the physical re- the system, which include Stitt Ranch totalling....280 animal in hospitalsThere for registration for the draft i
be obtained from local offices -
Kissimmee River. Structure 61 *. may
cepient which passes the infor 52,000 mile of long distance circuits .
Is located- at the south end of mation on to the brain, which lacing together 29 exchanges are 21 Hendry countyresidents of the selective service

Lake TohopekaUga and the navigation gives it a meaning. and 13 counties in Deeds recordedin who are patient of system. ANNOUNCING
t locks where safety Good eye light 1* a must for South Central and Southwest Florida State Hospitals, according : -
,\1 equipment will be provided are school Dr. Vaughan said, In Florida. clerk' to a census report released PLANTS PLAY POSSUM
located on the new Kissimmee that 80 per cent of learning Is officePeace by the Florida Association for A trip to Brazil is not necessary -
I River channel. Levees D4 and from seeing.A Mental Health if it's a mimosa pudlca Clewiston
48 flank the new river channel. group of optometrist in Little River Valley Citrus plant that interests you, for Carpet Customs
Gaps were left in the dikes bunt south Florida have offered their League Grove to G.. W. Whttehurst, Seven are at Florida State Florida' Sunken Garden in St
Tampa SVt of Sec 4, T W S, )in Chattahooche six
under a previous contract to services free to give pre-school Hospital Petersburg grow this intriguing -
C permit installation of the gated eye examinations for all children Box score R S4 400 feet off west quarter, at G. Pierce Wood in Arcadia plant, more commonly 210 E. Sugarland Highway
culverts. entering school Of those and Eft of NEV4 and EV H of and eight at South Florida Hos- known as the sensitive plant
Final standing*: NWK of NEK and E% of SWtt in .
Colonel Parfltt said the successful examined it has been found that pital Hollywood.The This unusual specie is a favorite -
Team W Lv.r.w. of NEK Sec 12, T 453, R J4 E Tile Linoleum
bidder on the Job will be approximately: 10 per cent need _... 9 .4 contains 456 1165 state Association reports total with tourists and Florida Carpet .
required to start work within corrective attention.Fla. n. mm acres 4 hospital residents of 9,986 with residents alike, for when their
eye SMJU. .. .,. .,. 9 .4Rotary stamps, 16050 federal stamps.
30 days after the contract 1* Vision Corp. came into w. 5.929 being in the Florida State leave are touched, the item
...". -..... ..., 9 .4Lions Loyd G and Eileen Kelly to
awarded and complete all work being to co-ordinate expenditures Hospital at Chattaboochee; 1- fall and the leaves close. The Complete installation
__.. ..,..,, 8 9
Marjorie H. Kelly Lot 1, 2, 3, (46 Arcadia
within 335 calendar days. Some of funds and tr unify the at ; 1413 in Hollywood movement is quickest in ;young
Am. Legion 4 9 4, I, and South half,of lot 20
$10 million worth of work is costs. Persons who need at- n-unr-rr.iiiniul and 798 in Northwest The and Free
eye plants utility origin estimates without
obligation
I Elks ?-????-,-,-,?,,?-,.?,-..,. 0 13 and southwesterly 30 feet fo lot State :
.,' pow underway on the river. tention and are unable to pay Hospital at Macclenny. of these movements are not
I, block 141 ,dewiston, $12600
for the care may apply to the state stamps. $4620 federalstamps. well understood. Approximately Phone YU.3-691
various, Lions Clubs for applications Last week' revolt City docket five minutes after touching
receive their examination S.M.U 2 510 3-20 r the plant, It will become erect

SEE the NEW from the optometrist who Legion .,_ 325 0-11 Case disposed of by City again. ._ .
donate their time. Optical com- Judge Charles E. :
MIner Jr.
12' Wide panies provide the glasses at Rotary ,_ 351 1-10 Sugarland Pharmacy last Wednesday, included Fred-

cost to Fla. Vision Corp. who V.T.W.M,,,, 000 0- 0 die L. Weston, unlawful speed,
(ir by 55') pay the companies and till the PIZZA III AIr 2 days; Henry Lee Anderson -
Tare Bedreem affected sponsoring club. Rot.aty J 4 O' 0 0 06The J r.. unlawful speed,
I Dr. Vaughan concluded by LIoD 0 000 0 0-0 $20; Billy W. Long, careless
Bob Overholt saying that he had examined 50 YU 2-3311 driving and causing accident
I .. ': case in the last year and a outstanding player of the 121 or 3 day and pay for darn-
half. Vague during the last week has
.Trailer Sales The guest Bleaker was Introduced been William Navarro with Ills

by DrVMlke Herring. Attorney blazing fait balL
: /,,. (15 Central Areaie John Potter was introd- Navarro put the Rotary team

1 uced to the member present In a tie for first place with a M ; el.
1 brilliant 104 shut out againstthe

i HEARING AID league leading V.F.W. The II Ckwro6t fwyda 8pwt Gaps
CLINIC
young pitcher struck out 12 of
Free Audiometric Test and Hearing EvaluationTburaday the 15 men be faced and only

i Aagnst 13th two men reached first, one bya

(and the second Thursday of each month), hit, one via the walk method. Checkerboard Newsfrom
Tuesday night he contributed
11 ..m.- 4 pm.BAKEK'8 .
another outstanding performance -
f' : BUGAELAND PHAEMACTClewbton
I against the strong Lions
'. team, beating them M on another
i t r Conducted by one-hitter, Navarro struck
T ARTHUR I. WHITESIDE and ROBERT L. KEMP: out 14 of the 20 batten be

I "e' Authorized dealer for Motorola-Dahtberg Hearing Aids faced, walked one, allowed one CORBIN'SFARM,

2200 Bay Street Fort Myers, Florida hit and had four assist as the

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