The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Sugar industry faces crucial harvest period1vestigative I

'::t : The Florida Sugar Industry relief from its present predicament. relmposed,, and the announcement find they have already fold Older companies will be better
'/ait ;mformationT.H'1-- 1* In real difficulty and many which the sugar l Industry their entire allotment for the able to weather the storm. '.
offered for Interest i They will have to store Questioned a* to the possibility
:eward processor: and grower face Sugar became a scarce commodity await with Intense year.
immediate problem so serious following the Cuban that which will contain the their sugar until January 1 be- of a permanent Sugar Act I
they may not be able to sell takeover by Castro; the Cubansugar exact figure for each lUlU fore placing it on the market; this year, Mr. Vaughn lay V, I I'
and of course, will have to there 1* no chance for permanent
any sugar they produce before crop declined, more area. b
At recent meeting I In Louisiana fiiunce their own operations legislation In this Congress. ,
held January 1, 1965. In Washington Importantly, sugar Imports to a '
hearing where the official decision the U. S. under the Sugar Act sugar Industry representatives til that time. "Reapportionment U takingthe G?J
and Louisianaand The financing problem will be prime attention at the present k
! are made which make or break were cut off. Sugar price shot of Florida '.
the Industry, sugar Is in a state up and expansion of the l Industry U. S, Department of Agriculture great for many of the mill time, and this appear to rl
of utter CONFUSION. in the United States and official discussed the which are in their first second be a lengthy procedure: Congress ,
These are the conclusion of other areas wa* encouraged to marketing allotment which are or third year of operation, will recess for the Democratic i
' for H. T. Vaughn president of U. build up a supply and bold down now inevitable. It seems likely (a* are the majority of Flor convention, and It seem
uesday Harlem youth S. Sugar Corporation, and dean the price. The expansion war that the figure which the government ida' 11 companies). They have sure that there will be no controversial
of the Florida sugar Industry. great and crop were so successful proposed at that meetIng already extended their credit legislation Introduced -
Mr. Vaughn has pent a great that there 1 I. now an will be used; these will permit greatly for the tremendous job until after the November election j'
deal of time In Washington during over quota surplus. the sale of 330.208 ton of of getting their mill conctruc- .
to appear were issued i Those who admitted taking that the boys were not to associate the past two weeks, and eo trots were lifted during Florida produced sugar duringthe ed and in operation and havenot "11 1* expected that the control ,
;leer Harlem youth part in the let cream theft with other Involved cr feel the industry hat less thana the period when expansion was calendar year of 1*. Un- had time enough to establish to be established will be I
eVeoteeD 11 to M were placed on Immediate probation with sound financial structure. (Continued on Page tl) n I I'I
IDIID age from any large group of chil 50-50 chance for any real encouraged; now they will be der this figure many mWa will a
County Juvenile and given a 8:30 p.m. dren..

}, WIth H.ndr1 oDe ex p nthe curfew until the final disposition During the hearing Sheriff .'..L. ,
i. their parent were of the cases In the county Dyess stressed to those present {
31 with Juvenile Counse1 em at I hearing .- war of little comfort to boy In

at the Harlem Re. trouble. "You may be called : 1
lIornJo Hall. School Board chicken by a few.. but you The Clewiston News''l
JUile Counselor l Dr. Jtme will be out crowing while they
SLi told those preientOpening are behind bars," Dries said
{ of the meeting. in urging thorn not to associate

! ,,! not a Judicial bean approves$! plans with other doing wrong. \: i
g bUt i meeting to find tot One of the older boys, who at Y "Dedicated to the advancement of ITendry County' and America' Sweetest T01lJf&i;
extent the summoned present la on probation had 1".r I
!t M bad been and Involved entering In rebwaktng !in- for classroomsFinal three been time before, before Counselor Judge Wright Brow- VOLUME 37 NUMBER 34 CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1984 Return Pottage Guaranteed See. S4S.1 PM. Subscription $4.00 year '''i d dM

I*, school l and churches In plan for the three ard Parsons? three additional '1J! !

lID,, which caused an eats! classroom addition for dewls- time Wright assured him and '
In damage. others present that the time of .
,413.000, ton Elementary School were approved
.umber of the youth read- by the board of pubic getting probation for repeated /tl
fitted entering Friend Instruction at the regular August offenders was a thing of the
1, Biptiit Church and taking meeting Thursday after past "I have been guilty of Co-op expansionmovement
ream from a freezer. Those! noon. The construction: of these thinking that being lenient with 1 a Ft

.rot\ were silent however room. will be rushed to completion offender was the proper manner a .. 't
4 knowledge of periOD or after bids 'are openedon to encourage obeyance of .
'm enternig Harlem AcadnoiMtime September 3rd.. James M. the law. I am here to tell you
r following the end Hartley Hollywood 1* architect today, that all white, colored i
,dial and pouring red point and Indian :youths In Glades brisk
I II ol the commercial desert and Hendry county will be severely
': '1 24 typewriters. The school board confirmed dealt with following their .1
employment Mr*. Phyllis first offense/ ," he said. '
txrUf Eri Dyed asked Johnson Mrs Zerdle Smith and Rev. L. L. Holmes and Rev. Expansion i I. the watchwordat so that all bugs can be removed ",
? tt oeperallod ol the Milton G. Smith In LaBelle Public Dixon offered words of appreciation the Glade County Sugar before the first cane 1* brought
,?* and titiirti of the Schools, James Kimbrel at to the Juvenile Court Growers Cooperative on Route in I from the 53 grower, located n':
anaiilr fat solving thoM Clewiston High School and !Eddie !: -. and Sheriff Dyess for the manner In Glade, Hendry and Palm '
.* | va deism and offer.I Kllpatrick, Jr; at Harlem in which the officers: were 27.The situation has been neatly Beach counties.
1 I a each reward for Ins Academy.The seeking to curb the current wave of summed up by Luis deArmai This year' commitment of qtr
niUon leading to the :resignation of Tommy Of delinquency and destruction 6 general manager of the organization 600,000 ton represent an Increase
,rat W those Involved. Van ,; Dove of LaBelle High In Harlem. They urged the par* who pointed out last of 433000 ton over the '
School was accepted. ents present to assist the law week that the coming 196445 first year. "There may be bigger '
Board members discussed the enforcement agencies in preventing season i* expected to see the mill than ours In the sugarcane ,
umber seeks graduation requirements of the re-occurance of the recent cooperative grower harvest area but never In my experience
county school system In detail happenings. some 600,000 ton from some have I seen one that r
and will coordinate the require Elbert Allen Jr. offered hit 20,000 acres the cane to be grew a* fast." deArma taid. r 1""
' meats Onto form which will be assistance/ I In working with the processed in an addition to the Those knowledgable In the sugar :
rector nominees published and made availableto youth and supervising their recreation plant which 1 I. now In the process processing business mightbe
student and parent to the officer prevent of construction at a cost l Interested to know that the
'* membership of the Clews J. R. Spratt, chairman conducted and the offer wa graciously. accepted of $2,5000,000. Thla 1* In addition new outlay will finance, beside
i s Chamber of Commerce the meeting; attendingwere by Dr. Wright to the 19.500,000 spent on the addition to buulldings, one
ben asked to nominate newton Joe M. Mall Mr*. Elsie Among those present at the FEIZE-WINNINO PHOTO In the conteet Mia Danlele Defrere, (Ml* Belfium) chat the original facility followingthe pan for the boiling house, two
.- lor 196445 Futch. Mr*. Blanche McCormick meeting beside Dr. Wright and conducted when the HIM Universe Contest. with Billy Oaeeola, president of the Seminole organization of the aisocla chrystallzers, two centrlficala,
Job: containing the name and Claud M. Glddena members Sheriff Dyes were Deputy ante visited. Clewlaton last month wa Oils Tribal Council who donned festive attire for tlon In 1961. boiler equipment developing '
tt entire membership are and superintendent Carl Sheriff Roger and Don Watson, ear. In color, taken by. W. H. Caraiher MIll the eeetaloa.Carithers The scene II I now one of heavy 100,000 pound of steam per
I{distributed along with the Hornsby. adult parole officer for Glades left and hammer, hard hat, drill and hour to run the plant one mud
Davenport (MU .
,a ol 12 directors who are and Hendry County. Candy swinging beam a* the new addition filter, one clarifier. plus pump
dlfible for re-election itttrnt i* rushed to completion .Continued on Page ti) ...oMr
I Sis candidates are to wins I

,Itcted for two ye.rs.'wtIvt NOTICE 'fa ........". ....... ". _. '.. ,'""" -.se. : nr
candidates will be de- ,, :Jor :tad ne to': :- _qlt "" .. / "
or acfcodeJoa ; Court plan photo contest ./ "
id nominated and their trades t 11 WVU bo matted packing Seminole Pow Wow held I \ \
itt'placed on the electoral U them this Friday (Auf.U Bill Carlthert won first prizeIn I,
Jt. !belt ballots will be dieted ). If there are any eonfUcU the photo contest conducted ,-> ," i :] i iTwo
to members In attend or ekaacte they' ....... by Old South Bar-B-Q Ranch
s at the annual meeting, be made next week (Aug. denounced Friday and Sugarland Pharmacy recently. at Reservation : ,II! ,

.''lit iridium geldcreation, the final election 24 JI). by Chief .,Billy Carlther'i Osceola color with photo Miss of Big Cypress i

' ballots are to be BUadente have been placed Florida and Miss Belgium
Wd In the ballot box prod la doses wtttt the expreesperpose Senator Elmer Friday of Ft We have not seen or experienced against a background of the message from their non- will compete In the national contest *. Jimmi Osceola of Big ;
I 4 tar that purpose In the W meeting an thereQ..lDenU Myers, strongly denounced the tax problem, a* to what Covered Wagon which grace Indian leader highlighted the next year In her own right Cypress won first place In the :,
'!chip)'s offic: for delivered for graduation. court packing plan which began will happen If our state legislature the Old South parking area war program of the Seminole Pow Id the Princess contest MissMadeline old)) style Seminole costume contest I
sail to the secretary to bo during the last Republican administration U reapportioned accordingto best of. the photo sub Wow, held at Big Cypress Reservation Q 0 p her. Brighton Mrs. Jimmie Tommle placed '
l:to the box) by 5 p.m. .C. ,. Chapman; at which time Individuals population. Gas and racetrack Judged. Saturday when some placed second, and Miss Rachel second and Mr. Alice Bfflle- d'
>r. August 27, to be coned Prtoclp.li were appointed to the revenue will be taken 400 Indian from three reservations Bower, Brighton third. boy otD.nIa. third: In the men' ..
, valid United State Supreme Court away from the. smaller counties Carithert won a weekend at gathered for the annual Barbecued beef swamp cabbage division Jimmle Osceola of Big
for their political belief and In the movement that Miami Beach for two, and hand field day gathering. potato .salad apple and Cypress, in tribal dress and .
wow philosophy rather than their would allow four of five counties ''the Missus" collected Attorney Ray Struble, Miami, raisin salad and iced tea were hat won first place, Charlie f
to govern the State of their reward last week-end. who has handled the tribal ,
judicial experience. served on the church ground Billle Boy. Dante second and
Friday I In his talk to Klwsn- Florida, the Senator said. Second prize was won by Mr. government' at noon. Billie Osceola,' Danla. third. ,i
Illustrating his point of inequity who received two
fans at their Wednesday luncheon S. Valise Modern Seminole dress winners "
expressed the opinion that in recent Supreme Court dinner at Old South Bar-B-Q lands taken from the Seminoles In the recreation center, May were Mr. Scott Osceola
our forefather who authoredthe ruling, Friday laid that In one Ranch and third prize by Mr. more than a hundred years ago, Gay Osceola, a Trail Seminole first, Mrs. MoIUe Snow, third,
Constitution never conceived day, the Court refused to accept Tony Toulls, who received a gift reported that the Court of in her early ZO'.. held a one- men's division, Max Osceola I
the possibility that at Colorado reapportionment even certificate from Sugarland Pharmacy Claim ha* found their claim a woman how of her water color Danla, first, Willie Frank Big /
some future date that the Supreme though it had been approved by / Just one and that It will be paid. sketches. Mary Gay studied at Cypress, second and Mote
Curt: would fall Into the the voters in statewide vote The contest wa held in connection The amount will not be decided the Institute of Indian Art In Jumper Danla, third. '
bands of political pressure individuals because it wa not according topopul.tIon. with the stop of the candidates for some time he said, but the) Santa Fe, New Mex. last year
and groups. Later that day a for the Mls Universe 14 year of efforts will be re. Charcoal sketches by Amos In the fashion show the
Our forefathers, Friday said. New York reapportionment plan Contest at Miami Beach. Four warded. Frank 14 year old Big Cypress school girl modeled dresses
Intended only laws that were which would allow 47 percent teen previous contest winner Superintendent Doyce L. Wat- Indian were also displayed at they had made Mary Gopherwon '
speclficaly written and thai of the population to elect wa made a hour-long stop In Clew- drip reported to the tribe that the Center with other art work first place Shirley Motloe.
the Federal Court was assuming not accepted because the people iston. during which the pictureswere the Seminole cattle project has by students of the summer pro- second and France Jumper "I
authority in demanding redistricting had not voted on It. made. made great strides during the gram. Bead work, doll, sewing, third. "

and reapportlonment Senator Friday urged Individual .. year through Its breeding program and other handcraft showed the In the baby costume division. I II
according to population. Ih and the Klwanl despite low cattle prices; talent of the Seminole and the Joyce Jumper of Danla, Alicia I
citizen tax '
: \\i/iiCfi'.w. Constitution set this matter out Club to write to the Congressmen gas and that the Arts and Crafts, work done by adult and by the Johns of Brighton/ and Tod Os "'i
for State government he said. urging the support of the shows increase center at Danla may tome day youngster in the summer program ceola of Dada finished in that '

The trend 1* for metropolitan Dlrkion Bin that I II now pending A comparative statement on won be entirely selfsupporting.The (Continued on Page 3)I )
population to vote for the Individual in Congress which: will with- seven cent gasoline taxes In Center employ 12 to 20 -
or group that promUe hold action of the Supreme Hendry County for the month of persons, and through It Seminole
the most while rural area Court until 1965. July dhows, that 1964 Bad $27.*' from all the reservationshave
vote for the individual that can Democratic Representative ul.1e a* against t26.931.73 for been paid 120.000 for their
best represent all. nominee Jack Spratt war present the same month last year, the handiwork this year
'Our action 1 II not in concert: and echoed the sentiment Florida Revenue Commissionhas Waldrlp told the Seminole to
a* 1* the minority croups:' of Senator Friday and said that reported. During the month begin thinking of the manner la
Friday said "and we must band he did not feel that representation of June of this year the revenue which the federal fund will be
together in a common cause to of the larger counties amounted to $38,87001. spent when It 1* received; I- # I
protect our sovereign right a* could Intelligently vote on analten "Thl 1 II the Seminole way, -M; I
.' Individual* and a* a sovereign pertaining to the economyof every member of the tribe Fill ( i
vote on the decision to spend
state. smaller counties. Teach children
wer. introduced your these funds", read Waldrlp'smenage.
.::; The speakers .
\ Eearl( Morrison, program
traffic safety
Stem dignity and prestigeto
Roberts Adding
"" chairman, who announced that
\ .; Attorney Charles E. Miner Jr.. the occasion 11'11 the prea- tr
i' fJ charged withcounterfeit would be speaker next Wednes ence of Billy Bowleg. the 103- R, '
; "' ... year-old patriarch of the tribe,.
1.. bills day.The Issuing a who came from his home In
.. dub approved
,"" to be forwarded to. Brighton Reservation to join
:: : 25. and Seminole of the third or fourth
W. Robert Congressional Representative
Jerome all Florida
I Thomas M. Stem; 21. of Moore in Washington. generation In their big festive ;
. .... :. Haven were charged by Jacksonville FORa day of the year. "
.ir \ with posses51055 Speeches In the Creek and 1 1I
.. city police
6J. ., .\ ... and passing counterfeit $20 Sales tax shows Mikacukl language were made I
,; : this .week.According by Billy Osceola, president of II '
bill '
to reports from that the Tribal Council Bill O"'-'> .V I II
city a special agent of the secret steady gain coda chairman of the board of II I
service said a bellboy In a directors, and representative' I
became suspicious when County collection of tale, from each reservation'
t2TMCR hotel show that during July of Miss Prlcilla Doctor. Dllll.ne..rv.Uc& .
two S20 taxes
AClewfatesi rtaldent who ts a sutlvWi ,he was asked to
J bore this the Hendry County wa elected 8en ;) : ;
deUhter that they )11 I
V I noted
FratrNr bills
w rtse4 a* she erected The taxes amounted to 77 per cent TURNING CARS mole Prince*. She) has substituted TUB STOaT : "
aerial number. COULD HAVE : 4
; t1Jtu (MU.I Germany) at the recent visit of the same monthIn DDTEKENTI ,Allen Smith !
who more than for the same this year for the elected
''maw lee"I U Ocwt-tea, Mr*. Baaaa said "I aught bellhop notified and the police Stem Into 1963. The figure this year prince who wa attending ,received mUor Warier. and abrasion last Wednesday. after.ateon J: 'I l'I'I,
*lathe '' iiieWg* her ** her MttT UB"1 Bat look Roberts was 535,27399 as against $!',- HaikeU Institute and unable to u >he rode hi, bleyel fait the aide. .f car driven ky ,

C n sae e plea,,, wen we chatted. I teamed that "Thf gent. said that Roberts ".19 last year. The June figure City of ClewistonPolice attend. many. function PrlscO John BUckwtn at the comer. of Oeeola and Keys Palm. ON J i I ''i: "

u U. ,bl7 few mReg trim my owew Her Tastt here told him he purchased the bills for this year was sw.m.38: la wa* third' runnerup In the trend, \ -
''his ** ** talked eesUaaafy abet B* "-- sad from a stranger In a Moore Haven the Florida Revenue Commission Department Miss Indian America competition earner a. ....* are urged to ke exceptionally .

M a c "ay places| we both knew M well." Bar. reported. at,Sheridan.!: Wyoming,_and Careful of ehOdre._ M WceleI.-8TAJ'J' PHOTO., .. j


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Todd failed to for numerous held nationwide to help fill the ulator
under the PAC Act alleging pay In
race' Two THE a..EWISTON NEWS 0ewSdaa. J'Ia. great need for funds the first
burlday, August 20, lOst Raising cane. shipments! of fruits and vegetables. An inspection! of The City installed a volt reg- trlbutba e M
the records was required In order for USDA to determinethe qgt

THE CLEWISTON NEWS School is just around the comer for local youngsters:: extent of Todd's violations ."
to them it may seem a routine performance. Just open the "The Public Utilities Commission investigators (of Florida
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Oewurton, building doors and start classes-but school officials who ) arrested 81 truck drivers In June on charges of haulIng -
Florida! by The dewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. Bonds totaling $15,875 were
labor hard all year can testify that much much more is in unauthorized cargo
Entered as Second dasf Matter February I, 1921 at th* construction LOBSTERS
volved. Building materials and aggregates
Post Office in Dewla loa. Florida, under the Act of Congress of posted
March a, 1879. In fact education Is progressing at the rapid rate of such as crushed rock and sand, were the most fre
the space age, and its hard for average mortals to keep quently found contraband materials."
ORID4 NATIONAL EDITORIAL pace. Officials, surrounded with rules and regulations and are in season.
AS C6TI faced with the necessary details of classrooms, teachers .
1 t TIt:: supplies, financing and dozens of other problems, can also We found a man with 400
wama AanN NYi fA become so bogged down in these that its difficult to keep It's history now. e. traps _
U the curriculum and teaching methods properly In perspec
I Q 0
f Subscription Rates 84.00 per year
I 1 c in, (Return Postage Guaranteed) tive. THIRTY TEARS AGO gineers, who was assigned to We gottem in .
I t 'ltiON BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher (From Clewljton News) foreign duty bought a home on

j ,. f S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor Nova High School in Fort Lauderdale, called the newest August 17, 1934)) Ventura far his wife and children 'tHe shell oreiwasseroleor
In his absence.
Pos'planned to
Telephone: Justness and EdItorial YUkon 3-1J01 for its second The American Legion occupy
education Is
J thing in American opening
to build a wading pool Course 19 at Riddle Field
on application. The management reserves with 1450 students in grades '
i! the right to reject any objections: advertisement! year. Starting last September in the city park; the city agreedto scheduled the Wings Ceremony *
1, THlI NEWS auu.... 110 r..poaelbUltJ' I.r the return 01 a. 7 though 10, the school will add the 11th grade this year the pool and agreed to give with Air Commander D. V
J 1 .otiolted m..llu.crlpt. or pbotoP.pb.. and the 12th next year. It operates on a trimester system free water for I period of five Carnegie of London visiting the '*
\ THe NEWS. u.um. no financial rupoMlblllty for t po- features which mark it advanced field for the first time. Newbergwith
':':K.-0' or o0 ""'""" I" l .rtl I m..t but If notlfl.d and has many other as very yean.
;1 1 4 it *., before the: nut luu. :: than p:p.r will reprint cor.wMljp' in concept and methods. Government dredges went on Mrs. C. R. Krueger who left
i' that part of the ....'U..t ,In which the .rror ooourr.4. scheduleto Clewiston to make her home In
I. than Coot a time .I..nt' would r.nd.r tb. mi-notion v.lu. Nova is ungraded; every student advances at his own a 7-day a week work Shelby's own rich
r *..(, the Now.will ,odll.,. than pl... *f th* ....'tI..m.nt br in in speed levee construction.Alex Fargo, N. Dak, was honored sauce
each subject he, she, takes six subjects
amount equal' to the pore.aloe. 01 lha total .pas the -"... speed in ; or with I surprise handkerchief
r IOUI or omitted copy reprooented. classes which meet four times a week and each day contains four McKenzie J. McKenzie brothers, one of associated the shower by the ladles of the Baptist and pure drawn butter.
five 70-minute long periods. The'normal school day Church.
: In the Dredgingand
Stamp vendors runs from 9 till 3:45: but extra work out stretch it from 8 to Construction Company Giant salad with

f y What this country may need la not a good five-cent 530.: which contracted large section TEN YEARS AGO home-made
r cigar but a five-cent stamp-a five-cent stamp, that Js, that There Is no cafeteria; students bring their lunch or eat of the Lake Okeechobee levee, (From Clewiston News
can be purchased from a vending machine for a nickel, at the snack bars In the school, which without benefit oi was from fatally their big injured 8-W in Monlghan a fall August 19, 1954)) dressing, vegetable, hot home roll

'I not three for 20 cents-a mark-up of a third. federal subsidy or expensive equipment, will return $6,000 dragline which he operated Everett Hotel, in LaBelle,
It could also use an eight-cent air mall stamp costing profit to the school this year. There is a physical education Mr and Mrs. W. C' Hansen, built in 1909, was destroyed by $2.50
.eight cents, not 10 cents-a 25 per cent mark-up. program, but no spectator sports. The teachers are free former Clewiston residents, fire. It bad been a landmark
That, at least, is the opinion of Rep. Roland V. Ubonatlof to teach; they have no lunch hour duties, no sponsoring of moved from the Philippines to in LaBelle for 45 years and had
Illinois who social activities, no other distraction. Clerical help, does Santo Domingo. entertained many notable personages
points out that the United States Is the only such as Thomas A..
nation In the world that allows its stamps to be sold at a the clerical work. Mother Mary Vincent and Sister Edison and Henry Ford.
premium.Not Nova utilizes the new techniques of teaching,-television Teresa of Vancouver, B. C., Explosion aboard a barge in
only that. He audio-visual tapes, closed circuit television, laboratory visited the latter's brother, E. the Miami canal at Lake Harbor ..
j sees no reason why people caught
facilities, and a resource center, where students can get E. Kelly, while on a vacation brought death to Harry
stampless after post office hours with letter
P an
to Florida.Mr. .
available information without lost time in searching. Smith, an employee. Gas fumes
i should be forced to go hunting for an open drugstore with a The principal at Nova the school is not frightfully and Mrs. M. C. vonMach Ignited when he tried to start
vendlnig machine; or, even during hours, should have to says than and children spent two weeks on the engine, shortly after filling
about $2 pupil more
stand In line wcdUnig while others insure parcels and take expensive; it cost per year per the beach at West Palm Beach. the tank. RESTAURANTOpen
schools. The saving effected in cutting out some
other high
care of other post office business. Gulf Oil began digging a test
f, In England, for Instance, one can buy stamps from die frills, and what he calls "welfare services: -school lunch, TWENTY YEARS AGO well in Felda. 6 A.M. to 9 P.M.
outside free bus, etc" has helped hold the cost down. (From Clewiston News Polio had reached such epIdemic
offices of
post at time night at
pensers or -
any the end of the 120 days of schooling required August 18 144))
face ,value. This year, at proportions that an emergency Sugarland Hwy. Clewittj
C E. Nelson of the U. S. En
by Florida law, school officials wondered what the March of Dimes was
The congressman wants to go one better than that by student reaction would be. Students could stop school ando
t ,i; placing nonprofit vending machines by every one of the return to another school next fall But out of the 1450 students \
,,, p i nations 323,771 comer mall boxes and Indoor mall chute only 20 stopped. The others continued, the full 11-
., receivers and small boxes so that postage is available 24 -
month term.
t; \i hours- a day. Most of the faculty members are comparatively young (
t The Post Office Department has not been resting on Its -the average age is 30,-and the principal wants it that (1
deficit, however. As early as 1962 It commissioned the way. The new teachers have fewer poor habits to break,
0 Trifler Scale and Manufacturing Co. to develop a'weatherproof he said. (Miss Nancy Bolton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
t I i'; foolproof and theftproof stamp vending machine. E. Bolton, of Clewiston. is head of the art department at
Eight of the first models are now In operation outside Nova) ,
t 4 the new post office at the New York World's Fair to test Such schools give us all something to think about, -

I 1 public reaction. as parents, school teachers, or students, or Just as citizens
Last year the post office sold 14.7 billion sheet stamps interested in how we can help the coming generation ad-
h". of all denominations (exclusive of commemoratives) for Just to this world which is whirling into their lives.
$714 million. Rep. Llbonatl estimates that If vending ma *
chines were Installed at every mail box they would handle
i 42 per cent of all first-class and air mall stamps. Samples of government regulation: "The U.S.D.A. reports
He also predicts It would lead to a 10 per cent Increase it has suspended the Preishable Commodities Act license
In such sales, or a potential market of $380 million. of a Pahokee produce dealer Basil Mack Todd,
I for falling to make his business n
Private vending machine companies, of which there d/b/a the Todd Company
t are less than 10, would continue to dispense stamps for a records available for examination by a USDA rep- lien
I, ''', premium at Indoor nongovernment locations for those willing resentative. The agricultural Marketing Service says.a disciplinary
0 had been opened by
to pay for the convenience.-Wichita Falls (Texas) Rc- complaint against Todd
j 411'dH.' ... USDA after various Florida shippers had filed ,complaints
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Rambler's Year-End Selling' Spree Is on now. Even during the mnlnp&J they a question might' be as

their other stores!
regular selling season you could save $240 or more Glade Rams or

il.: over top-size t Ford or Chevrolet. Now you may save even Brills: Pahoke
.. or Red Angels: Ok-
jV, because Rambler dealers are really dealing to clear the decks, of perhaps
Shorthorns then
the '65s.You get smart, sporty looks and more V-8 power th* Immoka-;

than the standard V-8 in Ford Chevrolet With my guess Is
.. a or wagon what's yours' An ''Relax-Find

too,you get Double-Safety Brakes, Deep-Dip Rustproofing, and notebooks would Ire be there that What You Want

other advantages you can't get on the other two best-selling not choice. .

1: Y Live little-with your savings,choose from sporty options like unusually hot sum By reading and
11ai Glade. Gas and using Want Ads
/ reclining bucket seats, console, floor shift (manual or ) have taken on a .
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face during the last
power steering, power brakes, power windows..and lots more.s. perk the passing ,

s.,' l Drive a Classic wagon to see how much car you've been missing. Do you know of an easier to
way shop sell Want
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: \ I : ), .' top-In. 4-4MT ....... with V4 engine. .I\oetor.nd front peat Ml*. of not days, must your marketplace all you do is place .
Mrs. W. J. Jemi your ad and wait for the phone to ring (and
.. W. T. Suit for it will) sit hack
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cd out a M win over the VFW. via at I:00 for the
champion Game Board C ewlaton, Fla. THE CLKWISTON NEWS Page Three I
win LittleeagUe The Little League tourney ahIp. Immediately following the meetsin Thursday August 20, 1M4
will \be played Thursday and second game Friday night, Sportsfrail.
Friday nights, with the Lions award will be presented to the LauderdaleA .

title in and Rotarians, playing at 1:15: Jr.-Sr. League champions, the ter members eligible to parti- CAM OF THANKS
on Thursday and SMU and VFW playoff champs and the individ-- regular business meetingof By STAN ALLEN' cipate In the following categories We want to thank all the
starting at I:00. ual highest batting average the Game and Fresh Water : Juniors, 7th and 8th grades; member of the hospital staff
8-4 Little League awards will go to Fish Commission will be held at Sandy Koufax, fire balling itrlkeoutt to extend hit National Intermediates, tth and 10th the United State Sugar Corporation
layoff game Friday nights final gamer will the league champion, play-oft Fort Lauderdale, beginning at southpaw of the Los Angela League record to 51 garnet grades: Seniors, 11th and 12th and all our friend for i '
pit Thursday nights losers In a champion and the most va sea. 1:00: a.m. Friday, August 21, according Dodgers, wa professional ba... and tied the record of three grade, and Graduates up to the flower, card and tht many
the consolation opening game night winner at t.U: will and ble player to A. D. Aldrich, direc ball's top pitcher last ;year. consecutive 200-etrike-out sea- 21 year of age prayer We are deeply grate--. f'I\

,,.,,r1nandl1 tor. With 25 wins and five losses, be seasons He had 1.474 strikeout ful.
aad Frida rNkby The meeting site will be at the tied the Giant's Juan Marlchal in 1,443 innings, a major league Trophies will be awarded to I
: Games ':15 at I:" Jolly Roger Motel, located on la wins, although tfuaa lost record for pitchers with 1,000 the winner In each division PAT PETERS :i I II

North Atlantic Boulevard.Following eight! games.Sandy'a Innings. Sandy gave up only
Sugar Mill Union team of, 5pJJJd ova the business meetIng 58 walks in '83, an average of 'i
II pie strong pltcbID' the newly constructed Game first organized baseball 16S per nine-Inning game and .
I was playing first base +
compared alI
won a and Fresh Water Fish Commission '
Carter had no-walk: complete
Ib seven Let. ,
Tuelday senior at Lafayette High '
victory building will be dedicated i//
easy during the regular set-
Rotary In the Clew- at 2:00 P.M. This building 1* School la Brooklyn New York games He added more in the :
over son. one
t final regular HI main sport at the time was
Little Leape day practice until the located at the Fort LauderdaleHollywood '63 World Series.
4 to C. 30 candidatesout opening International Airport. basketball With his S foot 2 Tom Collins '
101I game of school on Monday, August :
had Inch height, he was a good .
StU.Ronry( tame :41. However, prior to the open- Interested sportsmen\ and general Sandy pitched hit second no- ,
for Frl- Jumper, and his coring earned In t
be scheduled Ing of school, Bundy .hope to public are Invited to attend hit game against the Giant
liP!. however It wan rain-torDibL for Tiger 'have a full scale "game condi- the meeting and the dedication. him scholarship.a University At college of Cincinnati hewent May (hit first was in 1962 take the bounce out of your tires! '
GUt and rescheduled tion" scrimmage.Bundy against the Mett Hit 188 earn-
out for Freshman baseball
ed run average led the league
the final stand- was optimistic for the team a* a pitcher, having for the second straight season tow'x .
determine 64 edition of
football the
a squad seeks switched from first at the suggestion
season League
d tile> regular feels they will have a greatly and hit 20 complete garnet were
required beuJe of a manager who liked topped only by Warren Spahn.
Improved .
squad of
10ft SMU esRotary. and VFW Football call was answered by coursewe his hard throw Major league He threw three consecutive I
expect our competition to be
eel with Identical 8-4 recto 30 hopefuls Monday afternoon equally improved.The lady bowlersThe scouts took interest when he fanned shutouts In nine days, and his I
I the play offs Rotary and Coach Joe Bundy anticipates schedule as announced by 34 batter In two straight 11 shutout led the major His
behind the strong an additional 10 to 12 games. record-breaking pitching carried I
t tae VFW. Bundy provides keen competition Ladles of the Lake bowlIng -
U of William Navarrofrock prior to the opening of school with representative school league It looking for players. The then Brooklyn Dodger into the '63 World Series at 1
out 18 of the 18 batas Except for the opening day, In the area. The schedule; with soon had Sandy signed to a bonus he fanned the first five Yankees ,
slit faced his team pound- the boy. will take part la two- the possible exception of filling A meeting will be held Thursday contract. Since they were to face him to tie a record and t ,

one open date _i* as follows: night, August 20 at 7:30: a title threat with good pitch- then set a record with 15 strikeouts '1
at the home of Polly McLen- Ing. Sandy didn't pitch often. In the first game. Eight ,
Pahokee, home Sept 18 more in the fourth game set a
? don. No experience It necesttry. He worked in only 12 game
Open ____??..., Sept 25 a* a rookie In 1955. He started record of 23 strikeouts a four-
@tut Sebring, home ._ Oct. 2 series. His two complete
'"'6 If you are Interested but cannot only five of those won two games games
home .... and wins also tied 4
Naples Oct. 9 attend you are Incited to lost two and struck out30 games two.
Belle Glade, away Oct. 18 call Polly McClendon at YU batter in 42 Inning Lack of records N r
I stop with US Jupiter, away ._... Oct. 23 2-7608 or Leola Vaughan at YU control and trying to fire the Sandy Koufax it the second q 5i,
Avon Park, home Oct. 30 2-47)1. ball by the hitter when he got player to win both the National i
Arcadia, .._._ Valuable !
away Nov. 6 behind were his big problem League's Most Player .
6AEgS No. Ft. Myers, away Nov. 13 This went on for six season and the Cy Young Award at
Okeechobee, home Nov. 20 Table tennistournament a* he Issued 405 walk in 692 major league pitcher of the year 1
C in the tame season and the onlyplaer ,
Bundy Is being assisted by innings, but he did notch 683 !
to receive a
strikeouts. Sandy had a potential
Ernie Hill. An additional coach Award.
if he could learn to pitch for the Cy Young
has been hired and it expectedto
with his head as well a* his Only 28 yean old a healthy :
arrive in the Immediate fu- A table tennis tournament will
should add
DEL MAR MOTEL ture to assist in the athleticprogram. be held at tile Wetherald Youth arm. It i I. reported that a team- Sandy marks Koufax to baseball's record many ,. ,
new 1
Center beginning Wednesday mate suggested he try to Just )
and Betattfa get the ball over and not throw book.
a Modem August 21, at 2 p.n. with all
I glade, Doable, Family Vatta. members of the Youth Center *o hard, which seemed to help
Air CeadiaeMd. TV Summer festival being eligible to participate. at he began to relax and get Summerettes team It's no joking matter when poor alignment! and !,

.. dance scheduledA There will be a boys and girlsdivision some rhythm to his ptchlng.Be .
C n ea 4e- Swttcttear pitched 256 Inning in 42 standings improper balance destroy your riding comfort '
will divided
which be
Baby Sitter Availablegeiraale back to school 'summer Into game in 61 and Issued only and tiires. have 'the
the expensive equTpinentand
following we
Quarters festival dance" will be held at categories: 96 walks. He won 18 game, Hot Shoe --.20 12 !' ,

Swtmmlag. Peel the Wetherald Youth Center on Juniors, 7th,and Bth 8ti and graders.Intermedlatesl 10th. lost 13. and led the league In Pin Ups ____ 19 13 know-how to give you GUARANTEED sere.,. ,, '
a Restaurant Near :Saturday, August 29 from 8:00 strikeout with 269. It looked Toptetta 11 14 licff ?
Credit Card Doaered o'clock until midnight Music grades. as If Sandy was off to a fine Goof Its ."........ Ie Ie v
Seniors, 11th and 12th grades ,
Twisters .... 14 18Whla i .
season in 62 when a circula
1510 No. Ashley Street ;Banished Graduates, up to U ;years of tory ailment In his finger sidelined Kids _____ 9 Z3' '

(P.. 8. 41 Nerth) ]Myers.All youth center members and age.Trophies will be awarded to him in July for the' rest Hlcb Scratch Series CAR SERVICE SPECIAL :

VALDOSTA, GA. I ICfhf their guest are Invited to attend the winner of each category. of the season. Louise Campbell ....-...., 463 Repeated by Popular Demand

1 the dance. He worked In only 28 games, Bonnie Brasher and
i Z 7 The "Invaders" played previously winning 14, losing seven, and Winnie Smith ___ 443 Adjust brake, add brake fluid
at' the Spring Frolics recorded 216 strikeouts and 87 Mary Evans --_-.. C40IIIa'h
W tO fat Ittarata mt KM TMVH.GUDOinn 2-Cross tires
and was considered to be a walks He hurled his record 'j
moist from tea*to eoit, InpM- Game Scratch .
.....by c..etI.. ............ very outstanding band. be a COD d 18-strlke-out game Thalne Richardson __ l'7C 3-Pack and adjust front wheel bearings M,

dance will conclude summer ae- iN oN lON agalmt the Cub In April. HIs Bonnie Brasher ._._._..168 Balance two front tires '
1 Ivltles for the summer season. first was against the New York
Leola Vaughn and
L Met in '59 the only pitcher to Wllmer-Buslck .?. ..,--.,-. 160 5-Align frront end to factory specifications
Boots Guides ever pitch two. Hi 2.54 earnedrun
Gas Ice
Fishing Tackle Supplies average also led the league. Regular price $21.50
In 1963. Sandy worked In 40 Billiards tournamentA

MORE COOLING POWER Johntxm't game, all a* a starter. He won
25, lost five, and pitched 806 billiards tournament will be
Fishing Camp strikeout in 311 inning for a held at the Wetherald Youth Now s10.95ir

THAN MANY "CENTRAL" A1HCONDITIONERS ClewUtQn Flo. league record. He pitched 11 Center beginning Friday, Aug.
game last year of 10 or more 28, at :2 pm. with Youth Cen-
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and James (Jim) Ma- home In Fort Myers. He has accepted Gary, spent the weekend at
Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla.jj Miss Joanne Couse bride of horner burg Tallahassee. a position with his bro- Englewood with her fathers H.
Thursday, August 20, 1864 Following the ,wedding, Mrs. ter, Archie BlackwelL )In the E. Walker.
Couse entertained with a reception Southern Machine and Steel
of Tallahassee In the Reception Hall of Company. Mrs.
James Cox Beatty receives
Nortney the Church. The bride's table Mr. and Mrs. Gerald White' FREE LAND
was overlaid with waite over and family are vacationing at
SNWSCarol yellow' organdy cloths. Yellow Fort Myers Beach. marriage degree

[ and fruit finger punch sandwiches, cake, nuts were, mints ser, ter Mrs.Haven Cloyce spent Thornton the weekend cf) WIn- Mr*. Christine Giddeni Bratty 70 to 200

l a visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. J. received her Marriage Tte-, acre
ved.The Lowcrn. gree at the regular meeting of Bailable.FREE.
d bride changed to a coral Mrs. R. E. Kreldler, Mrs. the Rainbow Girls, Monday evening ODe
linen two piece suit with matchIng George Waldron their children August 17. Dr. Lionel E. year
: jj Armstrong and Tommy Carithers shoes and other accessor- and Mrs. W. T. Bernbry are Beatty, her husband, also present for
:1 lea of black, for her traveling vacationing at Fort Myett Beach was introduced and given Clearing
costume. The young couple left Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Avant a hearty welcome & ditching '

,If' wed in Home Ceremony Saturday eve.The Smoky for a honeymoon Mountains,In and the will Great be week and children at Fort are Myers spending beach.this Advisor Suzanne, announced Peers, acting Worthy .
an Iniatlon)
, I wedding of Carol Armstrong sage was of tangerine carnations. at home after September firstat Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Suggs practice for Friday September CALL R. j
Head Drive, E.
200 E. Indian have moved Into their new
Carlther Kreider
and ,
. { Tommy 4 at 4:00pm, "
, tat, took place Saturday August 15th Following a wedding trip to Tallahassee. home at 646 Greenbrlar, Lake 'ti_*:' ,jj I
'' at 7::30 o'clock In the home of Georgia, where they are visiting Prior to the wedding a special Park, Florida. Mary Beth Fry and Judy Vann (u a.m 10 e pprM IV I-czzt
!: her parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard relatives; of the groom, the communion service was held In Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. were honored. .ai having.'_July after a p.III. I
E. Kreldler. The Rev. Bob couple win spend several daysat the church at 8 a.m. when Miller Phelps are spending this weekIn birthdays. : IV
L. Christie officiated at the Daytona Beach before returnIng Couse, brother of the bride, New York, making the trip jI
double-ring ceremony. to Clewlston to reside. served at the altar. by plane. They will return Friday

1 The couple exchanged vow The bride Is well-known In the evening I
before an improvised altar In state A native of Moore Haven Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C Bos- -
the Florida Room, where plains Births- she graduated from the Moore well spent several days last TRAFFIC' LIGHTS
p i and a cathedral candlelabra- School valedictorian week on a pleasure trip to
Haven High as help ,
flower arrangement made an received her bachelor's Ocala, Gainesville, and other u avoid accidents .on clll
; appropriate setting. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams )- degree;, with honor, at the University points In Central Florida. The Church helps us avoid accidents
Miss Connie Stanley and Billy are the proud parents of of Florida, where she Mrs. Marine Hutto returned toe road to eternal life. 01
11-: _, Carithers were the couple's at a IOn, Chuck, who weighed In was a member of Delta Delta Sunday from South Carolina, "Thou dost show
tendants. Miss Stanley was at a pounds 1 ounce Wednesday, Delia social: sorority. She taught where she spent the summer, In me the path ? "*'
dressed In lavender' chiffon August 12 when' he arrived at exceptional class at Moore visiting relatives at various thy presence Is fulnes, of
with white accessories and a Hendry General HospitalMr. Haven an became coordinator fora towns. Mr. and Mrs C. J. Lov- thy right hand are pleasure foT'11
corsage of vanda orchids. and Mrs. Milton Showsare of exceptional vorn met her In West Palm more". (ip..i_
five-county area 11.111
The bride, given In marriageby happy to announce the children's education, and Is Beach. )
her father, was dressed In birth of a son. Milton, who now consultant In exceptional Mrs. Elbert Hooker, and IOn Community Presbyterian Church
a two piece dressmaker suit weighed In at 10 pounds 14 ounc- child education for the state department -
of blue, with white accessories.She es Friday August 14, when he of education. 407 Royal Palm Avenue
wore a white orchid corsage arrived at Hendry General Hospital of St. HENRY HORRELL:
The groom Is a graduate FORD Minister
School, and at.
Petersburg High :
A held following Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Roberta 9:00: A. M. Worship 10:00
reception was MRS. .JAMES NORTNET COX tended Georgia Teach where he : A. M. Bible Sdod
the ceremony. A three tiered announce the birth of a son, became a member of Sigma SERMON SUBJECT
wedding cake was served Weslle, on Tuesday, August 18. Miss Joanne Couse, of Moore hat, veil and shoes. Her flowers Alpha Epllson fraternity. He Is Thurs. Fri. Sat.
i with punch from a bride's table, at Hendry General Hospital. Haven and Tallahassee, was were pink cimatlons with state coordinator of the legislative "The Unwelcome Christ"
I overlaid with a cutwork linen The baby weighed 6 pound 1 married to James Nortney Cox green leaves In a cascade ar committee on mental Aug. 20-21-22
I cloth. Mrs. George Waldron) ounce. In the Episcopal Church of the rangement.The health and mentatl retardation.&l1. DOUBLE FEATURE
Mrs. Beder Nail and Mrs. Ray Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dasher are Holy Comforter In the latter brld's gown was of pure "FXOM RUSSIA WITH
Clark assisted Mrs. Kreldler the proud parents' of a son who city Saturday morning at 11, silk organza designed In a LOVE"
t in serving. weighed In at eight pounds with the Reverend James Hard- princess silhouette with a chap
Mrs. Kreldler was dressed in Tuesday August IS, when he arrived lion omciaUn,. el train. The oval neckline was with Invincible James BondWE Family Growing?
a beige linen sheath dress with at Hendry General Hos The bride Is the daughter of reappllqued with Alec<'.a lace '' amES-TALL"
tangerine: accessories. Her cor pital.Silvia's Mrs. James M. Course and the and medalions of the lace were
I l late Judge Cause, of Moore placed at Intervals on the skirt DAN DUREA Need More Room?
The short sleeves were shirred.
Haven, and the groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nortney P. Accenting the gown and flowing Sun. Mon. '- Tues.
Cox, of St. Petersburg.The down the train was a double Aug. 22.24.25 The big'green house on Haiti St.

Kindergarten bride was given In marriage sash, reappllqued. with lace medalions. "THE SEVENTH DAWN" with 3 bedrooms 2 baths 2 car
The headpiece of pearled -
) RSONAlS'Mrs. $ $ garage
by, her brother, Edwin buds and leaves In an open ; William Holden Capuclne and workroomon
Gram Cause, of Moore Haven.
circlet held the elbow length
J : Certified TeacherRegistration Another brother, Miller Cause, veil of Illusion. She carried a 3 lots 1 150 by 135 feet
served at the altar. A vase of
1- white orchid In a of small Edmund Taylor and
spray BUILT: BY
white flowers on either side be- : OWNER FOR OWN HOME
< white buds on a lace covered children of Cincinnati were
open at new residence hind the altar formed the simple
... Prayer Book. guests for the weekend in the for sale $12,500
1 316 W. Arcade decorations for the church. Thomas Jefferson .(Tommy) home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Star SpectacularBIG ,
The music Included a congregational Cox of Gainesville, attended Nail $1,000 less than
; YU 3-3601 hymn, and the organist, his brother as best man. Ushers Mr. and Mrs. John Black- DANCE and appraised.
William Hiscock, played "Psalm were Gerard (Jerry) Curley, well and children are leavingthis FINANCING ARRANGED
XVIII" by Marallo as processional and Bert Mueller, St. Peters weekend to make their
Air conditioned playroom and "Bell Symphony" SHOW
by Puree!!, as recessional. J.E.
Age 4 and Separate groups Mr*. Jack (Julie) Rankin of Coming Soon Beardsley
i Spanish taught Transportation Available Winter Park, was the matronof Let us get your child, ready for school next year
I honor and only attendant of : REGISTERED: ZEAL ESTATE BKOKE1:

!1 !Parents welcome to visit after August 20 the bride.She wore a pink street Belle Glade
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Nursing Education. don have as their guest her son Gables.He
class Crew. Miss Acute: who has and daughter-in-law, Mr. and OBITUARIESMrs. U survived by his wife, Thursday, ,August 10, 1984
August 25: Mr*. Alma Lewis, taught at School anda -
of Nursing in Mrs Jimmy Edwards and Dorothy, one son, William
Betty Frye MIke Dyal, Joyce West Palm Beach, has and several
accepted : daughter Janle. and Mrs. Edward' daughter Patty
Jones Daniel Richard Bishop, a position Lora Draughn introduction of our 1965 line"said BIKTIIS
Lake as nursing Instructor : parents, Mr. and Mrs.Carlton grandchildren
ours Wales- August 26: Joan Hoker, Wal- at Jacksonville: University, Allen aU of Kosciusko: Funeral service are being Phelps.In Mr. and Mrs Harold Weaver V
ker Na], Sr., Elsie Lee, Fay and after a visit with her services were held addition\ to previewing the
mother Miss Van Orsdel'aChapel
01 / Fletcher. Mrs. Marion Lee. Mrs. yesterday In Washington, D. C. held today at vehicle at the New York Coliseum announce tne arrival' of R daughter
A clast Flrs Baptist Church August 27. Evelyn Lee Ce-' will Lorene Acuff: In EusUs Mrs Helen Roberta and son for Mr. Lora Draughn, '13, who In Coral! Gables. and learning LincolnMercury LaClndy Kay on ,Wednesday -..
1ft the 011 a laM teeing tour celia Maxham E. M. Cornell, Steve move Stilt to Is Jacksonville: Micbeal: returned Saturday from passed away Monday night following Division's 1963 marketing August 12 at Good Samaritan J t I
ursda1 t accompanied by seed Virginia Robinson Christine week foh his home leaving In Austin, a trip to Nassau and other Islands a lengthy illness. plans, the dealers and their Hospital, West Palm Beach I
' Mrs Ben C.rllD Patterson. Lucille: W a t e r I.Frank Texas, after spending the summer In the Bahamas Accompanied : : Mrs Draughn and her late Phelps attends wives were given a special: tour The young lady weighed 6 1 I
'hper Jack Gooltd M. Mueller! Glenda Judd with his cousin John Stilt-, by Miss Patricia Powers husband Dr. D. M. Draughn. of Ford's World's Fair Pavilion. pounds, three ounce: at birth. J:: I
visited Dr. and Mtr.
visited Cypree Dennis Curry. they were pioneer resident In the "
Mrs. Wm. T. Stltt j
!III sad enjoyed the noon,wded waG at Stitt Ranch: dewiston. Steve John Stuart F. Powers and family in area, moving to Moore HavenIn Ford I NoY. meeting ..
mad. a on Sunday.
then 1921 where he practiced: : medicine
hOw. enter Oberlin College, Ober- '
the Palace of C..a Mrs. A. A .feeauchamp, Mrs Mr and Mr. R. V. Phelps refined v
.. lin, Ohio, next month. : until his death In 1959. is ,
japf1os ID Lake Wale Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidt R. E. Skinner and Miss Bessie :Mrs. Draughn has been residing represented Hendry County Motors

trip climaxed with a and son, Chris, ot Tallahassee, Martin of Tampa visited last in a rest home In Washington Inc.. in New York City into <,
De! tour 10 see the Greatidtd 1M are spending a few day with Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. since: that( time. Aug. 17-11 at meetings with executives -

rpiece and a ride through her parents Mr and Mrs. ClydeS. Thomas B. Owen and family She> 1 II survived by two daughter : of Ford Motor Company I'
OD cablecar.picDic : Egley. Ralph ]E. Damon baa returnedto *;, Mr. Henry F. Delta and and a preview of the entire line
was held along the Mr, and, Mrs. J. T. Webb left Clewiston and to part-time Miss Mary Ann Draughn of cf 1965 Lincoln-Mercury: Division !

nose attending! were: Saturday for a two weeks vacation : duty In his work at the News Washington, D.C. product: I
y. Nail, Itaren Morgan, Barappy PERSONALS Starting at the Beach: dub composing: room, followingmore Approximately 100 Lincoln-: growtt

a park Tbadene WY and Hotel, Naples, they.,plan to motor than two months nospltalization Mercury dealer and wives attended i
W. M. RedeUheimer
!Oilfl COX. Guests In the home of Mr. north along the Gulf Coast, In St.-Mary's Hospital the two-day New York .
and Mrs. C, M. Giddens this stopping for a few days whenever West Palm Be.ch.Ik'ptist : Friends in Clewiston have meeting in preparation for the i
week her niece they are so Inclined: public: Introduction: of the newLincolnMercury
are and husband learned of the death on Mondayof 1
Birthdays Dr. and Mrji. Robert Calphln, Mr and Mrs. George Kemp women William M. Redelshelmer, : products.:
their Beth and family left Monday for 'In recent year, Lincoln-:
daughters, and Lee, of Coral Gables, for many yearsa
Davidna4Tokieda of Atlanta Mr. and vacation: of two weeks. They Mercury: has led the Industryin
Jean : Mrs. Richard
M: : resident of Clewiston. He suffered
target Dale Duns.pin Don Gldderui of Coral Gables planned to visit relatives In sew at hospitalFifteen a heart attack, while ap developing new product: designed
Robertson. Ohio and Indiana during a sightseeing to meet the demand ofsophisticated
Mary and for to* weekend' Dr. members of the Wo parently good health.
ud Fred Postal and Mrs. Lionel fleetly of Fort trip. a : changing m.rket -
Harben. men's of the
Missionary Society:
Mr. Redelshelmer was employed and in providing dealers
Kaog. Bert Turner. Myers. Mrs Arthur Thornton of Win-
prde First Baptist Church spent by the U. S. Sugar Corporation with complete and comprehensive -
Wigllartha Leslie ter '
t 21: Lawrence Mrs. Miller) and daughter Haven was the weekend Thursday sewing at Hendry .
Hare Tools, Rayd Mrs. Danny Arthur and guest ot Mr. and Mrs. CharlesJ. while in Clewiston and marketing programs The
General Hospital, according:: tto I
In recent years has operated New York meeting provided
baby are In Mayport this week Lovvorn.
HayesjtB Mrs Anna Mae Jones admin
his' business,
own under the dealer with future marketing
W. Fuller, visiting Mrs. Miller's brother Jennings Ezelle and his sister .I"
Vaughn: Charles, Glenn EUlnf and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Emma Jane Helvey, istrator.While there the women made trade, name, Redel's, In Coral plans In preparation for public 11 tI\\ !

eI1D Ollie Edwards.Mrs. of Orlando, spent the weekend __..'a :
30 rubber sheets, IS baby gowns
23: Leslie Miller W.Bembry Parker T. Wilson, Jim here with their parents Dr. "
1JIUII and 'a great deal of mending' '
MM. W. O.-Perry, and Jan Wilson recently made and Mrs. J. W. Ensue and her
McClelland Mrs. a trip to Tallahassee to attend son Stan Crews. The women were guests of the i
AmoS Williams. graduation at Florida State Unl. Mrs. W. O. Morgan Sr., Is hospital tor dinner. Those contributing r- \ '--1: :

urt24: Faye Keltln'. Mrii: 'varsity when her sister Miss visiting her daughter, Mrs their services: were I I IEMO
pirrlsh, Christine Howell .Jean Acuff: received: the Mas- Wilson Boyette, and family In Mrs W. R. Wimberly, Mrs. "Disillusioned.Heckl '.,' I
Lakeland. She also plans to Goldie Dunaway Mrs. Martha lFROM
Topper Mrs. Nigel Miller Mr. M '
visit In other points In Florida ,
before returning home this Gussle Foy, Mrs. Vests Shroy- ..,..rAYS :Z"J" :
weekend. er, Mrs. E M. Cornette, Mr. 'fR. '
Second Printing :.- : I
Navy Lieutenant Joseph Peters W, F. Nail. SrMr*. J. W Sum A -- '

who with, his family has mers. Mrs Ross LaByer, Mrs., ,. ',.''II I
Cracker History of been visiting his parents, Mr. A. C. Meske, Mr. Richard Be- '
thea Mrs Bill Thomas, Mrs. Trip.0 ; .'
and Mrs Pat Peters, has been THRU '
George W. Beck: and Mr. fpaly : Nti '
assigned to the Destroyer Schoolat : '
LAKE OKEECHOBEE Newport R. I. for sis mon George M. Llneberger. day' I'm ,Wet! p. KNOXVILLE1.\ \\1. ; 1

ths. His wife and baby will accompany J' '
him to his new station. CARD Or THANKS %:
Fresh off the Preu Carl Long and Jake Long and I wish to thank the many 4 \\.tii' ." r'1'' \ '
family of Houston Texas have friends for the cards flower,' Via .Tampa-Ta\1abas t :
NOW Oft SALE AT returned to their homes after visits and words of encouragement : '
Many people are all wet In thinking, It won't happen to Atlanta I I
visiting their sister and daughter while I was a patient In me." If that insurance: policy la inadequate 'you could i' ;\I
< I:
Mrs. W. E. Bailey and St. Mary' Hospital Encouragement (< I
have f 100,000 auto liability suit and only a 100000.00 DALLAS 1 :
Sugarland Pharmacy, and family In dewlston. such. as this helped to policy: or you could have a huge hospital bill, plus ., T.a T.
Little Ruth Bailey Infant speed my recovery.: surgery costs without coverage. It happens to someone) every t
Frank's Clewiston daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. RALPH E. DAMON day. We make sure our clients: are properly Insured. I +"
Grocery or .
E. Bailey was a patient In St. Via Tallahallee-- :

L. E. Will Belle Glade Mary's week but Hospital Is home during now.this past CARD OF THANKS' Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency i MontgomlV1CE:; SOI I

1043rd Transportation Co. (TS) During my: long hospltallxation TeUphrae TV MMSuffarland i lMPBoVID :
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Whld- since July first I have been the rAsTER
recipient of many kindnessesand Highway' Clewuton I NEW YORK y

the object: of prayer and at Belle Gtade
thoughful deeds I am especiallygrateful : V'a Cunnecttona
lewiston Church to the staff of Hendry
Directory General Hospital, to Dr. E. B.
'McConville, to the blood donors
and to everyone who bar beenso
much: help to me. c
E.Ventars Arena* ZOl N. Fraacfce Street 407 Royal Film Avenue Your friendship and kindnesses THRIFTYDRUG i J "
Rev, Bob L. Christie B. J. Goodrich. Minister H. Minister I
Henry Ford are deeply appreciated.ANNIE : AU Tralwavs! thru'Routes are served by- .
|6 m-Sunday School 10:00: Ynw-Blbl School 9:00 a.m.-Morning Worship NAIL units of Trailway modern, reel-room : I ff
a m.-Mornlng Service. 11.00: a.m.-Communion\ and 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School equipped bu fleets. You'll appreciate: the t I ,
Bis p.m.-Tralnlng Union. Worship Service. 1:00: p.m.-W..tmia.ter Fellow. ; careful, accurate trip Information providedby ... I
l -Evening Service 7:30 p.nx-Communion\ and ship.Wednesday our trained Information clerk: and the I!
courtesy of our agents and bus operator J I '
teidijI Worship Service. : 1, t''I
e I jm.-0ttloers and Teacbri Wednesday 7.30: p.m.-Choir Practice.: t
< Meeting. 7.30: p.m*-Bible Study. I
|a Midweek Prayer FIRST METHODIST CHURCH DO Shopper's Special ._. t :. : i''

Service. COMMCNTTT PENTECOSTAL 331 W. Oteeola Avenue 1: '
|us p.m.-Cholr Practice. HOLINESS CHURCH Rev. David Denslow Pastor Filet of Bluewater Pith j ,II

Sooth CUwfehm. 9.45: am.-Church School with French Fries and Cole SlawOR
Rev J. R. Taylor, Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service.: i :
n. .' Youth |midge* of vatu Ik*
CHURCH 10:00: a.m.-Sunday SchooL: 7.00: .m.-Methodl.t \
Epheoptl( ) 11:00: ..m. Morning Worship. fellowship. the value of our car Baked Northern Salmon Loaf I From Clewhton 1-wal

m N. Pselllo T:43: P.RL Sunday Evan jellstla iMiirancel Contact with Celery Sause and Tossed Salad ATLANTA .. -. $1.39 .
'.dirt a Dorrasn. Vicar Service. CHURCH OF CHRIST roetodtyt I The only Thru service

Services: : Wednesday: 3M Sooth Oatral Avenue Italian Bread or Hot Roll ST. PETERSBURG ...._........-. ., $550 '. If
J. J. Sullivan, Minister IK hoar faster via short rout
.-Esrly Eucharist T:4J: p.m.-Pr..r Service. H. NEW YORK .. ......... .. $31.73
l I tnu-rsmily Service: aid Fridays Sunday: : 58c I The only Thru service

Church School. 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service. 10:00: a.m. Bible School. .Abner or 2 for 98cTry DALLAS ... ..__..._.,. $33.50
m4 Holy Days as aai 11:00: a.m.-Wonhlp. | Theo service via Montgomery- I

0eby i appointment NORTHSXDB MISSIONARYBATTIST CHURCH Wednesday 7.00: p.nv-Worshlp.: BLENND at our fountain! > Shreveport !
304 N. Francisco Street 7:30: pm.-Midweek devotions YU 2-5971 Cool and Refreshing IV. Francisco Av*. Paw Ytf438
-Rev. Julian Pope and Bible Study.7ARyBArfjgCHURCH .
Grape or Orange-Lemon
t:4] a.mv Sunday School. : '
b ta. dewlsto. 11:00: ..BU Morning: Worship. CHURCH 0# JESUS CHRIST 'STATE"MUM "... Small glass 5o Lge. glass lOoKCMlXIJEIKC.mil RAILWAYS'fclVifailMffll '

n.HertHlgdon.) Pastor 1:30: p.m.-BTC. APOSTOLIC FAITH' ,iSt...aulln.. .kerue tespap. ... i 1'
a a za4-0ndat achoo. 7:30: pm/ Evening: Worship/! 8..tk Clewtafaw ,bay 1fiI:gsaradrti. IiIIIiI I.iwa! IT [ ; mu.i "., .

| col-Warship service. Wednesday Bro. Luther Dixon Pastor ; 1
I* 3n -Baptist Training 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. r I.I

g Union. MWMCHURCH 11:00: a.m.. Preaching.: ;'1 !
tna-Wonhip Service. OP GOD Tuesday: ,,

W. Sovtk PaeUU Avesm 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. 'I'I I I
-Brotherhood. 'I
Rev lot Coleman Friday:
'7' '
1 px 10:00: a.m. -Sinday School: 7.30: p.m.-Young People's !
Rour ol Prayer.I" 11:00: a.nu Morning Service.: Meeting. I I

7:30: p.nu-Evening Worship -

'L-CSoIr__ Prscttce.I Wednesday: HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH far
7:30: p.m--Prayer Service.: Highway 72* MO ,
ON I Friday:
ASSEMBLY OF Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor
GOD 7:30: P.DL-Young People' Endeavor. School
9.45: a.m-sunday
'Mk Pancba Street 11:00: a.nu-Morning Worship .'y I

hag'. Kimbrel Pastor -JEHOYAira: WITNESSES' I:45 p.m. Training Union. I

t Kingdom Hn-417 W. II: Paso too: p.m. Evening Worship. Shirts : '
: 4unday SchcoL Wednesday: Boys Boys Shoes 'OirTaSchool 1
Ira-lbrafag 1:00 ,p.m.-Pra70r Meeting.
Warship, :
Sunday Watchtower Study Short Sleeved Girls r Shoes
j '
drea', CMerek. By Robin Hood -
gpaL'L tUp.m. : .'
eg'tic Sizes 6 to 20
Betyine Tuesday H21.Study 1.00p.m.: Dresses
7; By Robin Hood
1 Pigskin'
e.a. Tw* Ministry School.7:30 .. .

p "Wst'a Ambassadp.nt..Service. Ileehg I:. p.m. Paul Strickland: Fetat, Pastor $2.49 & $2e 98 Oxfords with molded Peaches and Cream and Black tapered toe '
g as player 10:00 suni Sunday School. rubber sole and heel oxford .:
and Bible ST. MAROARETS CHURCH 11.00: a.m.-Morning Worship .- Truly FairSizes molded'y !4 k' ,

Father Robert A. Hostler Wednesday: v.f Sagebrush green rubber vole and heel! i I .

1 lea.. .t.OO: ..m.-&u day Mass. 7.00: P.BL Prayer Meetfag. Boys Pants Sizes 12ft to 4 5 to 14 .- 'J.'a t 1 j / I

: 0 for ,.ajnDaDy Weekday Mass Saturday Wash 'n Wear : Sizes 12H to 4 '
7:00: sua.-JIrtt Friday Mass. 7.00: pjiL-Youth Meeting. '. -. Plaids, Prints Solids '\; } I ;
$6,98IdJjo'broTTO '" .
Sizes 6 to 16
VO.. 1t> .. t

11 weekly Church Feature- Sponsored By The Following: $3.98 to $5.98 or black $ .98 to $7.98. 'I.t"$6.98, t* f i 'II

Hendry *:or( I. ,

; 1111'' .f.O,9J:1! J9we11, Agent Parkinson's Inc. << t }' .. '
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"- J.&aol STANDARD' OIL COMPAITT >CompUte Department MmClewiaton t: ; : ;jw Iii.; s. KED5.for.t.t e Entire Family! 'j tt-i: )1 i it

Ken)' T Federal ....
rattor Co : "
Giddens Furniture PARKI'N'SON"CQEPAIl.TMENT' !
pry I-aoa' RAVINGS.*.LOAN..AST* : ,
Pridgen Store ;! I r I I Is"

Cities Royal's Inc. I' ar: 1't1' II .
Service "Kra Zu7 M pq ..uglarJ8BQ- : ...Ihyf't I ",:.6, __ __ ... Oewutoa, Fk.aptist .,
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.. Six THE CLEWISTON NEWSThursday. Clewbto. ru. lag and pavla of the certain acceptance of add Improvements, reject any and/or all ttrnctlon .
August lass atraeta In the City, of Clawlstoa and may b* paid- la ten equal :11'HnJO:; to waive leformanti.atherein. : Florida Publlo Utllltlag Commlg.gta'te ,
to bo Improved, ... ... a* yearly Installments, pins I Interest -
follow: aa aforesaid Provided, that 'ByJ. R. SPRAT? Attorney of the Twelfth I
Rants I through T, latin- If any Installment I I. not paid J. R Spratt Chairman Judicial. Circuit The
on a national or state "bank or mien! are llated la Resolution when due, there shall In additionto Board of Public Instruction Public Defender Twelfth Judicial demand for '
No. A-' .adopted June I*. Circuit fat
the aforeaald
a bid bond In a turn or not I... Inters b* add.
than. five percent ; .amount of the bid. Mad parableto I. Ian Oabrlel Street. From par cent per until each ATTEST; *, and
:'y BlQ the City of Clewlaton must Oeeeola to Del Mont installment I I."o,paid.:, Provided CARL r.: HORNIBY County Judge stocker
accompany. each, bid .. a gusran-. Section I: further that said asssismmUnay Carl B.! Hornsby, Superintendentand Clerk of the Circuit Court
tee that. the .bidder will not withdraw (a) Th. total eetlauted cost b* paid In full within In.terest Secretary, to the Board of Sheriff cattle i.
from the competition after .t the Improvement work, a* at any time within thirty Public. Instruction Hsndry Coun Tax Assessor heavy
t tt' opelnf of bid., and In .Tnt that amended by the Inclusion of thoabove days after th. Improvement I* ty. FloridaCMli Tag Collector

the bidder contract he will la awarded enter Into to contract the It*.(...portloa... leae.of Ban...,.Oabrlel..1.11 for la cooling computed,the aad same a reeolutloa has. been a*- Au,. 13?, 20, 27. 1964 County Instruction Superintendent of Public ii* ,1Ilh; Buy only the

INVITATION TO BIDDERS and furnish the required aid alley or a total for aesessmont adopted .by tam City Commission. Supervisor of Rsrlstratlon
PAVING PROJECT NO. I bond which pur po... of Iro.17Lll. Section ,. Thai portion of Three (I) Member. of the Board
t', \1' FOR ha shall forfeit the falling bid depoalt (Ib) A portion ., the ......* the cost of the Improvement AFFIDAVIT Of. OPRIIATORI of County Commissioners: Districts cattle you
.fJ CITY OF CLBWISTOMCLKWISTON .. liquidated .."' .."... The performance of Hid. Improvement shall b* work aa amended, not appor Tanya' TKADR NAME I, I and /. Want
FLORIDA bond shall ... execa- paid by _1.1 .nta on loped to b* paid by special a*, STATE OF ,FLORIDA Two (I) Members of: the Board
I Sealed proposals will be. receive ted by a duly, anthorlaed surety the property, .abuttingon paid sassmenta aa aforeaald, belnf COUNTY OF HENDRT: of Public Instruction District
.by the nderilgned at the .and lie...... by" the Btal. of street laid special. aaeaemenlaagainst 15e-lhlyd of the total oeat of the BEFORE ME, the undersigned Iand4. ;
t office at lb. City of CUwliton. Florida. said properties shall b* aid Improvement plum th* r*. authority, this day personally Two (1)) Justices. of the Peace, .
.... .
I hereinafter. called "CltjrIn the ... .. upon the property, apeelally malnlna; two-tKIrd : : Districts 1 and 1
,i Time to the of this .... of th cost appeared Virgil tl Parrlsh WHO
City Hall. Clewlstoa, Florida until project, and the time limit net .tlt. by the Improvement paving aid alleys' shall .ba paid beingby m. first duly sworn, Two (1) Constables District' I -Sales
110: o'clock: P. M. on th. II In, the proposal will .bo accorded In proportion t* the "benefit from the ceaeral Improvement deposes and nays and 1. EveryMonday at 1:00
d...)' ot Auwu.t n14. .t which weight by the City. CommlaelonIn to said property. ', and ar lab fund of the City. Th. amount That this affidavit la made In In Testimony Whsrsof I P.M.
tlm* and e'b..4I1' bo publicly the determination of the .beet determined .and pro-rated a- to be .paid by said special asseseeral compliance) with Chapter 1011 b.... hereunto at my
cording t* th* front footage of ,
op-nod aloud. proposal. me.te being pt1b1.7and the Laws of Florida Act 1141 LeeIslstur hand and the Great Seal "
.i The work for which, thea. pro- The City Cammlialon reserves the reepectlv. prapertlee epe-. amount to b. paid from the gen- *; of the State of Florida ,:
j poaal are to b* ubmlttrd consists the right to waive any Informel- .chilly.... benefited by" said Improve.c Improvement funds hslor--' That the affiant composes at Tallahassee. the Capl.
: of daring surfacing", ofannrexlmatalv Ille. and t. reject any, or .11 ( te.- ....111.1*. all of th* persons Interested In tat thin the thlrty-flrit
S ..n.. of street DIU" ) Th. City 1 Commission Section I. Th. City Engineer the business enterprise known 1114.S.cr.ary .
.and storm drainage faculties. I.-ch bM shall be .ddr..... hereby find .and determine that b* and he la hereby authorisedand and doing business. a* Virgil B.Pirrlsh 4.oil ADAM1D; 01 Lty, ,"
All of lh..bov. work la located to Mr. C. r Blair City K.......'. the respective properties will b* directed to make .. assess.nent Dragline. Service. located of Slate
In Hendry County Florida. City of Clewleton aad clearly benefited by" tko said public Improvement roll In accordance with the and operated at the following (SEAL) GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET
All material- and equipment m.r"edPro.u for Paving, ; by a total amount method of .........., provided address Hsndry adjoining Aug. '. It 10, IT. 1114 ASSN.
furnished and all work perform Program No. '". and delivered equal to two-tblrdi of the total for In this resolution, .and aid Counties, and .t.the sxttnt of CN No. 4851II0Tlf'1II
rd shall ... In aoeordaneo: with through the mall or In coat of said Improvement, lam assessment roll shall be
com. the Inlereet
personto of each affiant In
pI....... .pecltlcatlonion. d contract the office, of the City Clerk the. cat for paving. said alley, Dieted and filed with the City aid enterprise Is aa follow! nODe WY Nezl
document: pertaining: thereto City, Hall Clewleton. Florida.CITT to bo pro-rated, to each properImproved Commission of this City aa Virgil E. Parrlsh. 100 p.r cent or INTENTION TOREOIITER Belle Glade Ito
which may bo obtained at tho OF CLEW18TON ty abulting. o. c .tr..t hlnc promptly a* possible, this .*. That. the affiant ham advertls. FICTITIOUS NAMEThe
d otle. of tll. City Clerk of tll. C. P. BLAIR. on a front footage sessmsnt roll shall show the ed his Intention to register (hiforegoing
City of Clewleton. City Hail City Manager .basis.Id lot and land assessed, the flcltloua underslgntd doe hereby
? name a*
L: Clewlaton. Florid. and If M. CN No.' 411 Aug. 1017.JtIi:1I0..1..0 ) Th* land upon which the amount of the asmnt against vldsd In Mid Chapter 10tal.pro at certify that we are conductinga ...J
Pr-wltt. Consultlnr Engineer aid special aiaeeament. hall .b* each lot or parcel of land, and least. one a week for four eon floor covering .business .t Ill
Oranere Building. Ctowlston. levied arm hereby designated afollows the E. Sug-arland Hwy. Clewlston
number of annual Inatall. ...,uU". weeks prior to the filing
Florida. On. copy of the docomentL : Bents In which, the ......msnt of this affidavit In Clewls- Florida, under th. flctltlou
1..ludln". blank. bid 'orm. : no. A-II All lots and landa adjoining Is divided shall also b* entered ton News' a of nam of Clswlston Carpet Cue.
to ba executed and submitted A SOLUTION AMENDING and contiguous or boundingand and shown upon said assessment circulation. newspaper In Coun general tom. and that laid firm la com.
with: a proposal, may ba obtained I REHCILU T ION NO. A-'. abutting upon such Improvement roU. t,. Florida, published Hendry continuously posed of the following persons
: from the City at no chare WHICH RELATED: TO or specially bene whose and
Section The City Clerk I I. In said name place* of resi,
each week
Extra copl. will ba. available, at 8TRFBT PAVING AND IM filed tll......>y and further d.. hereby authorised and directed county. dences .,. a. follows:
t L a cost of hole. per copy.A PROVEMENTS. STREET IMFROVEMEVT signaled by tha ......m.nt to publish a certified copy. of for a period the of first one year nutpeecding R. M. Bsrry, III BrookhlllDrlv
certified or cashier chock, : PROJECT NO. plat hereinafter. referred to thla resolution on. tlm In lbs said nodal all of publicationof which will *. Fort 11'".... Florida
0. AND 8PECIAI ASSESS and provided tort) except. Clswlston News, a newspaper. of more fully appear by publishers Johnnie O. Tomllnson,, 14 E.
MENTS. BY ADDING A POR. aid alien. reneral circulation published In affidavit of proof of such, Mariana, North Fort K".,.,
TION OP SAN GABRIEL (a) There I I. on file with the this City hereunto attached, publication and- Florida, KEEPS
8TREIBTP.H City Clerk of this City In the ADOPTED IN OPEN session by reference thereto mad Ownership of Clewlston. Carpet ONnetrgpg
1'' IT RESOLVED Br THE City Hall on Commerclo Street, this 10th day of Aua-ust ..(.. this affidavit. a partof Custom I. a* follows:
EDWARDS CITY COMMI88ION Of THE'ITr an aaaeaament plat the M.
showing Leon Bembry Sworn
< OF CLBWI8TON: FLORI area to b. eaeoeed. with pl.n..n4 City Commlsalontr m. this to 10th subscribed before rc;' I.rcr6:0Sirn"oper : :
day of
August A.D.
Plumbing Repair DA; specification and. an estlrnate R O. Mattson U,.. cent
Section L That th. City Co.ml..lon ... of the cost, of the proposed City Commissioner I.ucllls P. WeaverNotary It Is our Intention to apply to .
Replacements.Installations of the City of Clewl.ton' Improvement which I laid assessment Dan McCarthy the Clerk of the Clroult Court l
Slat of ts.p
Florida, hereby finds :44 determine plat plan and apeclfleatlona Comn""" "' Florida at large. In and for Hendry County, Flor
h It necessary, the and etlmat ar* and hall. ATTEST,0" My commission ida to reglstsr. the aid ..m. of
public .benefit and welfare that'' b* open to the Inspection of the Prod C. Sikes. City Cleric U. 198. aspires Aug. CUwliton Carpet Custom under Ganre.
Trouble Shooting a public. Improvement authorised public By Marls C. Webb C.V-4HAu th. provisions. of Chapter. 10151
by Section I7t.*1 Florida Statute section. .. fiald aaieumentthall CChh.f Deputy. Clerk (. II, 10 IT. Sept I. 1H4NOTICR Laws of Florida, Act of "41. MoWiegwtaItv.
Annotated, to bo known a* itreet be and remain llent, coequal Witness our hands, thin 12nd ...
i "Settle 7'a made and that a part of the .xpenaa taxea superior In dla/nlty to all !! OF PI:FtIC REARING! R. M. Berry ..:__
Speeidltjf {.h: defrayed b)'. other llena tl tl.., and claims THE') CITY OF CLEWI8TON A Johnnie 0. Tomllneon -u" rs Sol
I special ,: until paid and hall bear Inter. MUNICIPALITY 0 R OANIZED Sworn to and ubcrlbed to by
:.. illInes. -
Call YJJ WlX& Bald publie ,Improvement tab fit at the MU of might per err: "olt SALE AND EXISTING UNDER THE R M BERRY' ... JOHNNIE O. ...
... nnum | tb LAWS OF THE STATE Of TOMLINSON before m* this tlnd .lawasl
pet 9 Unpaid bal.inctl
herein propo"'*4' and .uthor.
: Tb. Commission of the of July A, .
K. Ventura I eonslat of .004 tho nature there fforn l IIm* time romalnlog City FLORIDA TO THE! 8I/VERAL day : D. 1114.Mildred CeIti
City of Clswlston will R.
of la, the grading, hard. surfao unpaid, from the data of t.hi Sealed bids up to I'll: .M.'i B. .TA.cu.t PROPERTY AND OWNERS CITIZENS TAXPAYERS OP Notary Public Sofleld 6.6HP s r...

14, I".. at which lime CLEWISTON I N. Notary Public Stat. ot Florid
they will ... opened and read cL U D I N O FLORID DENTS .t taro !M-:.._ DeGfaVIlY1
aloud for the 8ALB of &I,. fol OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT My commission tiplre Sept 14, :-r-s it
lowing piece of equlpmtr.t TO TAXATION THEREIN 1111.
WILSON'S On. (1) Caterpillar D-' Dos AND TO ALL WHOM IT- CN-Ull Lo/IfeepBtnlntM Spraying
ar with (LaPlaat-ChoaU) MAY CONCERN; July, 10, Aug. I, II. 10. 1114 lgwl'1nwOrliDgy ..

t Hydraulic. Blad You and each of you ar* her. .r.ndgytlfdr.T LILIDJchty
31bs.49cGRAPEAPPLJI Serial Mo. (R-t Manufactured by notified ,,
early 1140's. that the City Com- 11 TRill COUNTY JtTOOlTS M hp GrmYelyes ID.sdDI : ng
BAKERITE of the City of Clewlston
Kelly Tills Tractor tractor can.Co. b* seen at will hold a public h.arlnc on th* COURT; ; II* AND. FLORIDA"rOR HRRDRYCOUNTY th. work. Dtt__... ,1'L .:.._

Florida and I. to ba. Hold Clswlston.to the P.M.list,day or of a*Augu.t.soon thereafterth 1114 at 1:00:a. 1.1' PHOBATBno. -Il-fcar drive to u.. tooh ---11I9 1 tans

highest bidder In Ita praaent matter can b. heard. In the -______ over 30 .vaflabU-Wa 700 c.do :
condition. City Commission meeting room ALL you horn) and --IIIIPO_
: NO. 2% CAN The City Commission reserves :
In the City Hall on Commerclo IN RE
the right to accept or reject any Street In the Cardan Jobs with POWER. .

Jelly 20-oz. glass 29 Peaches .2 for 49 or all bids. Florida, relative City to of the Clewlston.currant ESTATE* OF CARLOS GraVely doesn't fjr op
__ CN-4UC. F. Blair. City Manager proposed. shout Improvement proJect R. DICKEY ...,...... when the going gU) -

Auf. It. 10. 1114IX.AL Improvement, otherwlee project known, No.'aa. street.. At tough. Let Grmvely nab

said. hearing the owners of the NOTICE TO CREDITORS: your touch f Job MSDEMONSTUQON
WEBBS BRAVO property to b* assessed, or any TO ALL CREDITORS LEGA
NOVICE TO BIDDER other persons Interestsd thereIn TEES DISTRIBUTEES AND
[ Rice 3-lbs.49t Corned Beef 3 $1.00 Baled proposal for the con ,, may appear .before the City PERSONS HAVING ANY CLAIMS NO BELTS!
_ _ cans tructlom of the 1114 Addition Commission the and bs heard as to OR DEMANDS: AGAINST SAID
propriety and advlalblllty ESTATE
to CUwliton Elementary School, :
Hsndry County. Florida' will b. of making such Improvsmenls, Tou and each of yon ar br*.
received .by th. Kendry County as to the cost thereof .a* to the by notified that you ors required NO CHAINS!
I : U.S. NO. 1 Board of Public Instruction La- manner of payment. therefor by Law to preeent any
mMor Ball, Florida. on or before 1:00: and a. to the amount thereof to claim .and demand which. you
3 cans $1.00 Potatoes t .10-lbs. 59I P.M. Thursday. September I, be aassssrd against each prop. or either of you may hap
__ U14 .t which lime and place rty ao Improved. against. the estate of CARLOS R.
they will .bo pubUIII ....n.. and The street to b* Improved mc. DICKEY 4......... late of aald Tractor
read more particularly. described a* County, to the County Judge of We Challenge
Copies of the Proposals Contract follows Hendry County Florida, at his $357.00
LARGE FRESH s YELLOW Documente Drawings and Hearing on It.m. t through office la the court house of said.
I Bpaolflcatlona may b* obtainedby t. Inclusive. was Add July County at LaBell, Florida, with.
'; ollarlble Oenaral. Contraetorafrom 19. 1111.) In six calendar monthe from the TOOLS ECT-A COMPARISON
Eggs DOl. 490 Onions 2-Ibs.19RING JAMES M. HARTLEY. AR. t. San O.brl.1, from 0.01. time of the first publication of I
no. mum CHITBCT.: ItO Harrison. Btr.et to Del lIont. this notice. Each claim or da. FINANCE PLAN
Hollywood Florida, or the officeof All person Interested are mend shall. b* In wrltlnir In du
i I
the Superintendent of Paula hereby advised that. the .....,rlp. plicate, and shall. stat. the place
Instruction Courthouse. LaBell tion ol each property to b* aa.eased of resldenc. and poet office ad- w
: SIZE Florida A deposit of IS*.0* I I. r*. and the amount to b* a*, d.*.. of the claimant and shall
quired for each first set of asssed t. each piece or parcel of b* sworn to .by the claimant" his.
1 Tide $1.09 Pork Steaks Lb. 49 Drawlnc and Specification. asaid property may be ascertained at agent, or hi* attorney, and may GRAVELY Tractors Inc.
_ __ ._ to each General Contractor.. City the office of Cl.wl.ton of th* Clerk of the sect claim or demand. not ao Barry's ,
Additional sets may ba abtalned In the City fll Jisll lea void
by paying, reproduction. cost Hall on Commerclo Street. Helen C. Dickey 4067 Palm Beach Blvd.
which. cost will not b. returned.. You and each of yon' ar. here Helen C Dlcxev a* *xrcutrlx -
:; Tho full amount of the depoaltwilt by further advised that. at. the of the Last Will
MIOlE FIRST wr be refunded to all Bidder time and place. .above Mated, the and Testament of Carlo Fort Myers Phone OX 4-1422
provided all document are City Commission of the City of DI.k.,
Picnic Hams Lb.29t Lb. 39 to the Architect, In rood Clewlston will mm! a. aa. Equal.. MILLDR CONE, OWENeWAG.
/ . w Pork.Chops . condition, within 10 day. after Icing Board to hear and consider NER & NUGENT
J' th* Bid Opening. Puh-conlralon. any and all complaint .* to 101 North Olh. Av.nui
may" obtain document by paying. such special .*....m..t* and West Palm Deach. Florida.
:.. reproduction cost which cost hall adjust and equals the Attorneys for E..utrlll. Advertising doesn't it PAYS!
will not bo refunded. Document aid asssmnt on a .basis of CN-411 .
r .,,1 may b. examined free of charfe Justice and right, and you are July IJ '0. AUK t, It, 1114
at tha Architect's, office.Each hereby r.qulr.d to come for.
Beef Liver Lb. 49t Hamburger 2-Ibs. 99 proposal must b. accompanied ward. .t such tl",. and .t ouch
by a Certified Check, piece and b* heard or b* for-
..Cashier. Check. or Bid Bond executed over barred for when so equallied I
by the Bidder and Surety and approved by resolutionof
b\ TIER ROUND Company licensed. to do businessIn th* City Commission, such **-
sessment shall stand confirmed,
Florida In a aunt equal t.
iI J five (I) per cent of the amountof and shall .be and remain legal

i Steak . Lb. 79 Neck. Bone 5-lbs. 69 the total aa a bid guaranla T". Bond that.I I.. required If upon valid the and property binding against.first which liens

the Bid. I.I accepted, a Contract such assessments. are mad*, unJ'l -
1 1i. I Ii will b. entered Into and th* performance paid. pursuant to Chapter
i i.. of It properly eecured.Th 170, florid Statute Annotated. ENJOY
successful bidder will be r*.' CITY OF CLEWISTON. DINING OUT
quired to execut a Performance FLORIDA A MUNICIPAL
Bond ooverlnand Including- all CORPORATION O- THE
'i. labor and materials. Th. Performanc ItT ATFI Of FLORIDA,
FRANK'S .* Bond shall b* wrlttsnIn BY FRED C. BIKER, ITS
the amount of on* hundred CITY CLERK
(leO) per cent 'at th* Contract. By MARIE C. WEBB
i Price. Chief Deputy Clerk

.rly Propoaal filled out forma and must must b.not prop be, (PEAL N-4.).

''Ii'j ; Grocery "Market d.tahd from the Ipeclflc.tloas.No Aug. II f0, 1114 --- ,. ,.

qualifyingletter* or .statement .'. '"
will b considered. .
!. the Small Claim Ce-rt la aad "
F*. Lee Ce. .
*ty FleeidaNOTICB '
H. A BID submitted for. -'
period of thirty ((10) day. after : ; .
I m. TTJ ...... WB DELIVER Fit TTJ S-14lt th* date aet for the opening of Notice, I.or hereby IHEIIIFP'PAIR given that L!! ; t ,

THE much Bids.OWNDR RESERVES THE Earl. & DJ'.... II' Ith.rlff 0'
Hea4r County. Flonlda. under
and by virtue of a writ of ex The Colonial

r the ecution above heretofore entitled Issued court. out In the of Dining Room is f featuring t selected,

above styled elute, have levied

f Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc. upon 4 Serial Tag ill the door T No.Old.mobll.following,Number colon W-1I1T Whit ITIMOIT1I property?11 Holiday. top grade U.S. Choice

A. the property, of the .above.
named defendant and that .
t th. 11th day .f August at e.? .
aetly llso: AM. at th. Scuta New York
door of tha County Courthouse. Cut
r : In LaBeiis Headry County, Fieri
; : Complete Line Of W.. I will' otter for ale to the
:' highest bidder for cash. In hand,
the above deecrlbed property, as SIRLOIN
'I ,l4 the property of said Defendant STEAK
: to satisfy said """uUon. .
1:1: Building Material EARL S. DYE8S i
\ Earl S. Gym, 8r, Sheriff
Headry County Florida:: f BROILED TO
J J CN..UAoC. .
., 1. 11. 1911R077CE

J,. :,1 i or 1I.fJC'M01W -, .available from noon for,those who can't wait until 6:M p-m-)

: ': Bo- It known that I, TOM .
For large smallconcretejobs r- ADAMS eeoretary af S /"
or I tb. Stale of Florida do herbJ }' ."
give nolire
that a GENERA4P
1A.EC'I'ION will b.. .held In Hen. ,
f : our radio dry County. Florida Se Tuesday Served
I coat succeeding th* tin Monday Every Day
r In Rsvemhr,1..D' 1114, the
J'i f 1 controlled trucks will Tuesday .being. the" third day all.f
< November' to fill t.. following

r 1 t.i iaH deliver your needs quick A_ Voted effld.t Repnaatauve State Senator Is. CotTess for

I r ly and 'efficiently.Haiti Thro.iii. Sixth
't i preme Court. ... I. \\h.t'i
"ro. (I) Judiee of the District THECLE1STON INN
Court of Appeal for the Second

( a Appellate, EOn. District. Group A. C

I .I(I l Cllwult I. Jedl.. a green,

l jYU1; x&2:4411 St-CIewi ton ..- ', Treasurer Comptroller Commissioner OorenorBeret.rf. of Otalo.f AgTkraltnr dewwton, Florida Telephone YU' 2.3501p

Attorney OeneralSuperlotendeit

J .f Publl I*.

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, the grounds of Camp Cloverleat Clewlston Florida THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Page T

serves as a field laboratory Thursday, August 30, 1884
'CLASSIFIED' Display work In the phases of citrus:

ADS production Teaching: If done by
Extension personnel and by

commercial managers and Harlem News
growers '
ClassifiedsGlades Bob Davis assistant horticulturist ) i
IFIED RATES: F 0 cminiworm I r FOR SALE OR RENT-S bedroom FOR RENT House trailer 3 WORLD FAMOUS Watkins products and director of the Institute .
per lDJertiolL. fl 0 CBS house at 441 Haiti miles West of Clewlston. Suit since 1880. Write for free said that the trainingIs News of Our Colored Community ;'' "

eeDII charge, four 1ooy Street Call YU 3-3851 or contact able for couple. YU 2-825L How to Improve Food Spice Intensive with both field and MRS JAMIE S. GAJADHA Colored New Editor 4, '> I'

for the price of thrw. W A. Whaley SeplOe tic Chart C. 1. Hunt 443 E. Pas Roofing Co. ,classroom Instruction designed Phone YV 2-7831
FOR adena. CW to teach basic citrus culture. 'I
RENTmaH AH Type el teat aid
YUkon 31201perlOlll FOR SALE-3 bedroom bouse. house. Fur-
PHONE R. H. Crawford YU 23031. fished or unfurnished. 833 FOR SALE Hammond Organ Sheet Metal Work: The educational program Is ;
whose aamee lPO tic per month. See Mn. Sloan. 433 2 :years old. Can YU 3-1783 New Coutnetlea er based on five years' participa LAST RITES! HELD FOR Vocational guidance service ',i i'

10 lilt ,. E. Trinidad or can H. P, John after 1 p.m. Aug20p Repair Job v lion first-peat student are CLINTON BRANDO TARVER Well coordinates cultural pro f i I
Far ., M qm mk1aM FOR SALE-3 bedroom house. son. t.IAI taught the fundamental of nutrition gram .' ,

t.f pick er1.tal n.&n.lI..pllJleDla One block from grade school. Phone 2-7111 cultivation spraying: Yearleadership training clineZealously .,
J\sIe)\ .1 .Ike News $800 down. No closing: COIL 0. A. Anderson Day or Evening and fertilization. Classroom lea lo :t
/eat beaned W. D. King. ANNOUNCEMENTS I I. MISt P. O. Boa 1343CLEWBTON. tures on these subject are-iol- active departments : :
'!''bealr' Passes FOR SALE : lowed by practical work In the
pa -Upright piano 8100. FLA. that focus on special .
fir bef.n FOR SALE Lot In City of Recently reconditioned: Can grove. Student learn the principles areas. academic ," '

41. Moore Haven 816.00 down and SLIP COVERS and drapes. Cus be seen at 712 Codes St. YU 3- of various grove operations The Harlem Academy's ,,
1800 per month. Call YU 3- tom made.. Complete line of 2411. tic and how to apply these conference preplanning '
got off to
2603; tic drapery and slip cover fabric principles.:
Sewing Machine
a very good start Friday. The
Free estimate. can YU 3-5831. FOR SALE-Motorcycle Honda Second-year students concentrate J.

ESTATE Fda SALE TWO SO-FOOT LOTS ON LAKE Van Cothern' Custom Furniture 305 Dream. Night YU 2-7161. Repairs on the study of Insect conference an address was coming highlighted from with J;.
tEAt and Day YU our
26001. Mrs Hancock
JUNE for sale $3.750 each Upholstery see and diseases which plague\ the Superintendent Mr. C. E. 'ri.
Term 113 down. Phone Lake Aug27e SINGERSales citrus industry! They learn to < I
DEMAND Placid HO 5-4635 tfc SEWING MACHINE Identify not only Insect and man,
Very Beat Work- supervising principle: of :
IVP for houses acreage.bcbeuea Service disease, but also study the lifecycle n
DUE TO DIVORCE the schools In the
Wt have customer.I : We Save You Clewlston :t,.
Money of these pests as well a*
withes Plastering, 1964 ZIg Zag looks and sews Parts Rentals area. .''j 4 4ducted
Ust your property REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Simulated Stone material recommended for I
like with The
E. ards1e1. Ph. YU Stucco-Free Estimate new, fancy Brand new touch and ww their control. enrichment program con ;,I I
1. drop in cams, buttonholes sew by
tic Licensed and Insured machine on display at 1 Mrs. Randolph Rawls A. I I
._ FOR RENT One bedroom on buttons overcast raw Senior are taught specific C with numbers
25 Years In Business CARITHERS RADIO TV. subjects. This they will coming from the ,i' I
house, Phone YU 2- 881. tic edges, no attachments needed. year elementary .
I rot BENT New 3830 Lora Street Small Glades Merchant! Co. Auth learn the mechanics of all type department and the I

dlJpltJ. tree bedroom. Car- FOR RENT-Fui oisned cabins Fort Myers. Fla. tic week guaranteed balance or write 8140 SMC per orized Singer agent la tore! of spray machines.: They will ur high log her school department cUm ax. ,1J.t:. I
Oblaeo: St. Call col-: and ED Mm every Saturday Please call the of high summer recreational
320 trailer Johnson Fishing or OX 42874fccllaMousiforJale Box 1236 dewiston, Fla. study principles 'l'
84H3.U. Lake YU 24441 or come la log program with art and craft :
bet! Lt WllIOD. Camp. YU 2-118U tic Aug27p pressure, air blast, and concentrate
tic Bond Street. tic morning, August\ 17th o
park Fla. on sprayers. They will Funeral services for the late Mrs. C. .
T. Reddlck
W. R. Akin learn how to '"nozzle) up" an Clinton Brando Tarver were held had chargeof ::
REAL ESTATE I FOR SALE Practice piano. air blast) sprayer to obtain the. Sunday August 18, 1964 at the devotion Mrs. T. Zelgler > I
8149,50. Holdridge Music. YU was guest soloist and Mr. M.
or pattern. Greater t
oedroom frame. 24781. Bob Overholt'sTrailer spray Friendship Baptist I. Black had :
I ICORTHSIDE Immaculate.I : trailer space for rent FairGrounds FOR SALE-Goif dub and new Itc Jim Bartlett of Eustls. a Church at 2 p. m. wlththe, Rev.. richments. charge of tile en" w'/':

I furnished. Trailer, Park. Phone woods sets of four used Irons. Sales member of the Lake County 4-H O D Didley olncllUn,. I
bedroom frame Today.
ORTHSIDE-2 33044. tie Drastically reduced prices. Call FOR SALE Mobile Home.: Used Agri-Science: dub and winner The order of service: August\ 18th, Mrs M
BW>. YU 2-7332. Golfview Motel. 1963 immaculate 2 bedrooms New and tls*d of county and district award Processional: R. McCray will have charge of '
ItCREAGE as available.) NEW APARTMENTS-One and Itc kitchen dining room completely 515 Central Arena at science fairs in space and Selection the devotion. She will bring a I
1 1 ACRES. NEW 2BEDROOM. 2 two bedroom. Alrcondltioned. furnished and set-up on lot nODe YU 3-1831 earth science will demonstratethe Scripture number from the band the o.4'
bath frame home. Hardwood Call YU 3-6675. tic DACHSHOUND puppies for sale ...350. Financing: arranged for economic radiometer a Invocation guest soloist will be Mrs Hazel! '. ,
ARC Registered. Jack 1., qualified! buyers. Models open Z. Roger. .
I loon temperature device to measure Selection m.--, Choir
IB FHA HOMES In Broward.I Trafen and Trailer Scott: 220 E. Arcade. dally t to t. Sunday after church: loss of heat from ground surface As a Friend __ A friend from The first three days of our ., .:,,
I JD Beach and Dade counI spaces. Royal Palm Trailer tic dewiston Trailer Sale, phone Northside to air. Cocoa FloridaAs conference the group 1 11 amend '';i
I to various sizes! and price Park. Phone YU 3-2603. tic FOR YU 23681. tic TIDED bedreem The students are encouragedto a Neighbor Mr. Aril Askew tag the by4aw and constitution t'y\,(
I PROMPT. QUALITY repair take notes of the days activities. Acknowledgment of card our Hendry County,Progressive .i 1
fcniD cash payment. FOR RENT: -2 and 3 room furnished Mr. R. M. Large ,
service, take your car to Bishop teems Exoeueat eeadMtoa. Teacher Association.On : #
| Efficiencies and Each night a "questionbee" telegram, flowers
rOB RENT : : Phone 2-
friendly Jim Good ... August
Maxhara service ..bod.... \ 20th 'through the .
feuiei ss avaOible. 1271. tie FOR SALE: One ofdce desk, modeled after the old- w, Mrs. Emma G. Crlswell k
manager at Chuck 21st Mrs ,M.,
Wells Motor 111.500. Field and Mr.
Over 1 1.000 vacant Iota to select Co. formica also student' dealt fashioned spelling beers I held, Solo HHHTI Mrs. Thelma Zelgler
FOR RENT bedroom trailer or phone YU 24501. and each.student 1 Resolution .... Mrs. J. Gnat fill be with us on elementary 1!' 0
I torn lor all purposes. Various secretary chair and two .teuo,. quizzed on Fannie Davis
I priM Ttrml.JNVESTMEN1'. with large room added Phone SeplOe chair: Double A Roofing Co. J. M. Lankford 'what he learned during the day. Obituary Mr. Alveola Cromei' In 'today'' secondary i problems !

I AND INCOME: YU 23252. tic FOR SALE-Small house trail Sugarland Highway YU 31131. leg Keel Estate Broker ,Double elimination '"bees" are Euology ____ Rev. O. D. Didley background educational

I PROPERTY/ FOR RENT bedroom house er. Ideal for camping or va tfo held. The winners In each clan: Viewing of Remains
CIUoaID,. W. E. Davidson YU receive prize for their harp- Recessional m
WO MONTHLY RENTAL. ReI unfurnished. Phone YU 23252. FOR SALE Parakeet 32.00 Active PERSONALS .
2-3614. *. pallbearers American tl
I AugZOc -- ness.Davis .
cent CBS construction: 825.000. tic uP. Mynah birds African lovebirds ougarland Pharmacy say that of the hundreds Legion Post 218 Johnnie Page and Willie Pace, 'VI -

I LONG TERM low Interest FOR RENT Unfurnished du- MUST SELL Immediately 3 monkeys, cages supplies.Pet ) of young men who have Flower attendants Friends I Hartford, Conn. spent their vacation '. I
I arm cane grove and ranch plex. 512 South Atlantic. bedroom. 1963 mobile home. boarding Thompson Wild PIZZAYU participated In the Junior Citrus from Cocoa Florida In Clewlston with relatives I t

laortfagei. minimum 150,000. tic 8350: Can or see Robert Rogers. Animal Farm Phone YUkon 21238. Institute many have gone onto Reddlck: Funeral Home In and friends, They also ',1 1
LISTINGS NEEDEDI. Pacific Trailer Park. YU tic 2-3311 earn college degrees In citrus charge of arrangements. visited with relative and friend

M. LANKFORD FOR RENT-T; couple only. 2 32021. itp and other area of agricul Out of town relatives attending in Miami.
bedroom residence with REGISTERED CITRUS TREES: Mr. Alice Ruth Robert :
get. teal Estate Broker carport FOR SALE-Used ture. the funeral were Chester of ,
!S30 East Sugarland Highway completely furnished. On 8299. Spinet Organ FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. Dr. M. 0. Watkins, director Lee Collins, Ft. Myers. Kiss. Hartford, Conn. 1* the houseguest
fire, Auto and General private lot*. Good location.: Furnishing 2-4781. Holdridge Music YU M. TomlUuon, fleas, Fla. Phone of the Florida Agricultural Extension Pugh Mr and Mrs. Britt Pub of her mother and other
Insurance: also Include electric: itc RE 5-2788 tic For SALE. Service. says, "We feel Jr.. Mrs. Daisy Pugh. Halnes members of the family tat Clew '

I window fan yard pump and FOR SALE Maple finished that through this one phase of City Florida, Johnny McMlller, lathe
Oewutoa Fla. Ph. YU 22181I ALL
washing machine Call after 4. youth bed mattress and SETS.: 2jAcres\ Extension' educational program Tuskeegee, Ala, Elmo Scott,, Mr. and Mr. James Robinson ;
YU }1161. AugMe' springs. Good condition: 820. Guaranteed. flttdown Extension 1* helping to build Tuskeegee Ala, and Mrs. Ev- and children of Brooklyn N.Y.
I TOR SALE-House. three bedrooms Call YU 2-7501 from 9-5. After 814.W4 per month. LAZE: 5 .Acres a better and more prosperous ester Black. Cleveland, Ohio. were the house guests\ of his
CBS! Rome. Furnished HOUSE FOR RENT OR SALE 3 call YU 2-1751. tic APPLIANCE: CO YU 3-7131. tic citrus: Industry sister, Mrs. Emma Dixon and {.
i fI IIDIurr Jbed. Furniture Inpod -Clyde Hatfleld. YU :3-3044 25 Acres HARLEM ACADEMY NEWS her family in Clewlston for a # *. >l
1 condition Call YU 3-J49S. Fairground Trailer Park. 20 Gal. Gas Water Heater A-l Jim Burilngham 320 Mt Calvary Baptfat Mr. T. J. Sanders, our new few days. ,. i f !,
|11 W. Haiti. Aug20p Aug20-27e shape 83000 .. Acres .... L. M. Kltobene, pat_ president of the Hendry County Mr*. Evelyn Brown was host It .,

1-Cordby Hay Water Cooler 3 FOR SALK-PaynO envelope] A meeting 'with the Home Progressive Teacher' Association : ess to thirty-one members of .

gal per hour perfect printed with form for social: 2 with House Mission was held Monday nightat attended the tenth annual Mt Calvary Baptist Church. :,; "' i \
85000 cash security: withholding and other acres the home of Mr.. Evelyn leadership conference of the Sunday afternoon. She served I ,

1-14 Cubic Foot CE: Freezer deduction tlox of MO. dewlston close in I Brown. FSTA. which was held August them all dinner at her home. t;: I t
I Business
DirectoryJOHNSON Refrigerator asking 1100.00 New offlcw UWANTED Wednesday night _, Prayer 14th through the 15th In Day They all enjoyed a delicious .,j..4 I I i
-make offer meeting tone Beach Bethune-Cookman home cooked meaL .' '

Thursday night .,.,..,,, .College. .j
1 Small Hotpolnt Refrigerator 3-Bedroom I I-bath Choir Mr. and Mr. Claude Dixon (,
works good 82500 HUP mitt WOMEN I Lot 100' rehearsal Fore ward: There comes a time and children pent a few day ,. r '
CARS GOULD BROS. 1-Used Maytag Automatic like of trees x 120'Lots Sunday .____ The churches' when we have to change our last week in Miami. They were

lisle new 875.00 terms union will meet at the mode of living our way of the house guests of his father I'- a
toad $32. South PAINT STORE Kenmore Washer all pored : Housewives who $10,500.00 church.At thinking, our methods, etc. With and family. .
Host transportation for your lain 950.001Kenmore want carpets In their homes. S p.m. the choir will motor this thought In mind the conference I '

money Licensed; Contractor* blared Matching Dryer Clewlston Custom Carpets. to Radervill) to attend the too had to undergo a j ,
!thus side of Miami 83500 Phone YU 3-3691, 208 E. Sug 8 Beautiful Lots Glade Choir Union that win be change In routine and purpose. CHURCH NEWS

FREE ESTIMATES Used T.V. GE Admiral. Syl- eland Highway Aug20e held at the ML Calvary Bap. At this conference we will New Bethel AME ; ,

tear rifle DealerCARITHERS 311K E. Sagarland Hwy. canla. Zenith RCA from together on Ridge I list Church there. meet with officials of the Florida Rev L. Holmes. Pastor ,.',oJ .
81500 up. See our large selection. Mr. Emma DIxon- Educational Association to Revival service will be held l
rheae TU 2-3111 HElp WAIlTED 1, m Moore Haven Reporter. discus principle and guideline throughout the week. Rev. r. ., I :

Get your used gas beaters now Canal lot APPLE LUTE moving toward merger of the A. Allen Fort Lauderdale, will .!i !"
60x100'A conduct the service
two organization. All are
have In
MDIO and TV a few stock.: 1 milktellJlOOQ
SEE US 1'ORBOTTLED Close out on electric fan WANTED-man or woman to Real Bargain! tt cup The tenth annual conference Invited to attend and bring a f,

MIES wrrn SERVICE GAS 8-10 Inch Reg. 8895 !now take over Fuller Brush Route H applesauce sugar Is centered around charting the friend '

|2de1 Bid,. 108 Bond St 8595 Reg. Ill.95 now 1995 In Immokalee LaBelle, and DadeMonroeRealty cup ofapplejuice future of the Florida State Teachers
AppliancesSalesService hurry on these. surrounding: area. Our dealer V Association by sitting and ; 'I
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Phone YU 2-6441 Only 2 Admiral Air Conditioners now making 8100 and up per Vanilla Ice cream discussing the problem) with educational Johnson Cars

5300 BTU 115 Volt* week. Write P. O. Box 706 Sarasota 38 W. Bugarlaad Combine leaders of Florida.A .
Florida. Highway Ingredients except peaceful solution of this Slot Road 832 South i
quick installation Septic
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your local: T.V. and Appliance More then 100 4-H dub boy CARD OF THANKS Able professional leadership NookFOR ,;
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GROCERIES: StenographerPkotoeopybag you get service after the sale.AugZOc. Blum 3850 Lora St, Ft Myers, Junior Citrus Institute at 4-H their kindness and sympathy In Economic Independence Appointment Friday and
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Page I THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlston, Florida and beet areas to sell, in 1964, will be 911.000 tons: and he e*.. Three recruits blood all of,Dada and JimmIe, were Osceola first: Jr., Jr after he failed
Thursday, August 20. 1964 and 1965, the surplus produced tlmates that Florida and Louisiana and third second COUrt on 1 charge to 'JIPear II
in 1963 and '64. and would impose win produce 1.1:10.000: tons, respectlvey. start from of lanPl'ope,
) acreage restrictions reducing : Bear&le,. said quotas would I :! Nat'l GuardThe The afternoon was given over parktog.
Oak, had 23 exchanger: General mainland cane production hit hardest on new groweri i join to field events, such Andrew Alexander
Inter County is Telephone, Tampa, 22; and about 12% and beet production whose sugar venture has not t t a* broad tented to time .
Florida Telephone Corp., Ocala, t- yet become financially stable,' local unit of the Florida jump, high Jump shot putt, 00 1 charge served (tob
had IS exchanges in use at the J. E Beardsley.. one of the He cited one instance of one excited : ooal Guard has taken three mile run, 100 ,yard-dash archery tense or drlvlna 1rh11e I-
second in state oldest Independent growers in would-be rower who rented men into its ranks. Pri and other contest, In revoked and lUG .
end of 1963.Sugar the area. and a member of the land at S125 per acre Ai i I George Edward Butler which the young folk of all days for driving "h11e/ istt lIad
I. There were more than 15 Glades County Sugar Growers turning that the land produced 1 Thomas Harley Boilings- reservation took part .
h I million telephone subscribers in industry Cooperative also paints a dismal between 40 and :50 tons of cane i of Belle Cade, and David
picture of present problems per acre the grower would 1 Sullivan of Pabokee were
Florida at the end of 1963. according
to a cost statistical survey (Continued from Page 11) Beardsley says: that production have lost money at the present: in by Second Lt. Robert City Docket --
't just completed by the Florida in the state will be price he said. er Cochran Jr. Commanding Sugarland Pha,
handled through a simple solution .
Utilities Commission Tallahassee without hearings, madeto greatly Increased this season Sugar was quoted on August, of of the Shore Platoon In a light docket in City Court
over last and that the Transportation Co. (TS)
i House sugar 18 at $620 per hundredweight Wednesday, Aug. 12. City PIZZA
the Congress by the Judge
produced in the spring of 1965, Belle Glade.
of 22 Beardsley also cited the Import Charles E. Miner,
: Nine companies operating Agriculture Committee of which Jr. estreeted
t in Florida have only one Representative Harold Cooley is representing some 80'of the of 40 percent of the domestic on The new' men will leave for the $25 bond of John C; Heaton YU 2.3311Johnny's
exchange, two have two exchanges chairman Mainland total production lor the year consumption which comes In : : month active duty training
t repre- .
will be large enough to fill the from such ,
countries as Mexico in the
and two others have handled year
through a simple reseDtative. -
three, the survey revealed .. and beet representative entire year's quota Peru Brazil Argentina India, If you are Interested In the --
He estimates that the state Australia South Africa, British Guard, or would just
The Southern Bell system have agreed Representative
with 94 exchanges, was by far Cooley. that the has a crop of from 210,000 to West Indies and the Dominican to find out more about It.
220.000 acres coming along. this Republic.: Charles" Arnold or Phil
the largest and the next In handling through resolution Vegetables
number of exchanges in operation would be the best that can be being compared to about ISO.- Jr.
was Inter-County Telephone obtained this year The resolution 000 acres for the 196344 season ;
Co-op expansion
Co., whose central affices are would extend the foreign "Of course," he said, "you log -programon 718 East
la Fort Myers, with'29 North part of the Sugar Act for one can get some wide guesses a* to (Continued from Page 1)) Rotary Sugarland Highway
what the exact will be,
Florida Telephone Corp., Live year to permit mainland cane acreage
t depending on, who you talk tanks and other incidental equip membershipWill "Next to Hathcock's Used Cars"
with. ment to raise the plant's present :
He said the U. S. Departmentof capacity of 3,000 tons per Jernlgan conducted: a pro US No. 1 ,
Agriculture: estimates the day to 4.500 tons per day. on membership at the
f ANNOUNCING coming: crop will be 35 percent A siding is also to be Installedso ) luncheon of Rotary POTATOES .,ft., .. .10 lbs. 69 C
greater than the last The 1964 that the Atlantic Coast Line reviewing with members
r marketing quota if set at figures RR cars: can: move materials in the process through which new Fresh Cut Okra 'V. .' : .
proposed by the U.S.D.A. and out of the pant In the : are chosen Ibs. 29c
Clewiston Carpet Customs V. : The program followed lunch Yellow Squash ..'. oi 2 Ibs, 35f
at which
D members of the
i Little League baseball Tender Peas . 2 lb..
210 E. Sugarland Highway CLEWISTON TRADING CO. were guests of the club. 39f
Hill summarized the sea- Crisp Lettuce .. ,.2 heads 351

Carpet Tile Linoleum and the remaining invited Rotarians game this to Red Bliss Potatoes r. . 5 Ibs. 39f
will CLOSED for vacation
/ ... ,take in which part the Rotary Rotary is team now Watermelons] . . . each 50f
: Complete installation August 31 through Sept. 12 .. for league lead he said

Your 'friendly neighborhood store : : ,1.. G. Vaughn an "Open I 1 amuntil I 8 ".m. to serve you'
; Free estimates without obligation "' : the club will hold its
+I on Sugarnull ,Bead '" .... children day. meeting
Phone YU 3-3691 ..... week and asked all mem
Mr. & Mrs. Lonnie FordGOODVYEAR to invite their own children,
1"" Jod log randchlldren.I or a child I
I I 1964 est.d said ladies will hold c "
bile sperate luncheon at the same
This Bill Plummer of Pa
with and Andy Clarke of the

: Get Goodyear Tires withTUFSYN sires, News were guests Lubrication

., log nity State leaders

J dr to teachers. fr Free Oil Change

1 1i i ator in at Palm Boca County Beach Raton county teacher next Monday teach.will ,*: Free Alignment Check

r He Area XI-b meeting of Flor-
Education Association: .
to of the FEA team With purchase of one set of
a program, "Better
''f The exclusive extra-mileage rubber that makes'', Dr. Joe Hall, of, the president FEA"; will Ed 4 PLYCRON TIRES

i, Goodyear Tires up to 5O% more durablelI 12 the: : Mrs. Carolpn, executive Dotson secretary:, chair 1st Quality, 1st Line

i I of the. classroom teachers Double Barrelled Guarantee! by Standard Oil
!I at p.m."I.
1:30 Hall is superintendent of Offer
: : good till September 1 1964
i L Dade County schools and ,
j \ be Dotson is teacher of bus-
Isb : : education and head of tho
education department of ,
j ,./ the : Fort Meade High School R d. h'
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JUST 2-3 year old class Hwy: YU 2-9471
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I i plus t tIS Mid old tin : 10-64 Chevrolets ,\e
; plus IM and old tire Nylon All.Weather "A2' isI f In
\ (! plus tax and old tire Nylon Ml.Weather "4T750X14 00114 black tubeless Several
III Nylon Weather or 670 115' l lI' be with air conditioning $:

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Lfi: Open each night till nine Clearance Sale Open each pig''