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 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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agar committee chairman The, Clewiston News .

"Dedicated {to the advancement of Ilendry, County and America's Sweetest Town"CLZTWTSTON. ,

VOLUME 37 NUMBER 3) : ) FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST" 17. XflM Retain Pottage Guaranteed. Sec. 149J, P4t -Subscription" 4.00 year .J I

ives new hope on quotas

that the baf111n' log the year 1964 and I believe "Beet producers arc apparently Board OK's I '
II'" quota hope situation will be. that acreage allotments shouldbe unwilling to compose differences new
a satisfactory coneelle Imposed in 1965 as now provided or modify their de-
,rv4bt to evidenced to by law. mands."

Glade si a red -
received sres by''the "I have not yet received recommendations Willi 1m. said he was
a letter Harold D. from the admin confident that because of Cool- I
to mayor from of the Con'edml istration. Unless the program is ey's influence In his committeeand graduation policy

: man on Agri'r.Comnusdoser continued foreign quotas will the administration, new refiners ,
Committee expire .at the end of the year. and the growers committed ,
JIUIf. George If, this should happen domestic to supply them with cane :'(
be be- quotas in all probality will be would be protected in the disposal Superintendent Carl Hornsby Social: Studies 3 credits I
William': ,aid has called attention to the requirements Home EC. 1 credit ;
rUI that lifted and we will then embark of this season's crop He .
eyed the letter Indicated to upon a program of unlimited named three refineries in the for graduation from The board also adopted recommendations .
could baVt amounted senior high schools In Hendry\ : of the superintendent .
which in
lilt for production my opin- Belle Glade area that would be
.-mic cbaos" not .entire ion, would result In chaos In the seriously hurt, if not perma- county: as recently adopted and that in 196445 all students
Glade but for nowe be ay sugar market (Continued on Page 5)) approved by the Board of Pub who graduate will be required i
would to have completed four
"del area lic Instruction A student must
have 20 proper units to receivea full school years. grades,9 thru
bad tent a wire to 12 with the exception of two
ne mayor high school diploma and he
_1 1 requesting action by his Education Boardto will not be permitted to participate students (Miss Tull and Miss
alleviate theo 'COD- ) who have earned 20
emttee to in any graduation exercises Curry
DOt of grower and, j..L1Ay. unless he has earned these credits and attended three full '

peers but of city official units and is eligible to receive school years (grades 9 through
ants and people IA item-other accept oil bidsThe a diploma. Dr-\tlnued\ on Page Eight {

dtaof ute, The concern Starting with the school term
J from the controls would be Florida State Board of of Hendry county. The promiseof of 1969-68. the following standards Governor appoints
t sugar that Education has announced it will recent drillings by Sun OH from the Accreditation
,poaed The belief was defined. accept competitive bids for and Humble have led to new Standards for Florida schools Waldron board ,
enntrola, as initially.rlousl barn drilling rights on 640 acres of interest in seeking "liquid gold"in will become a part of the graduation to ;

DOt only growers and land in Hendry County. The the depths of Hendry's earth. requirements In Hendry A. W, Waldron Clewlston! auto ,
alabllsbed destroy bids will be opened Sept 22, Last week representative of County: dealer has been appointed as
but possibly : 1, Credits required: A minimum -
who bad no sea 1964 at 9 a.m. in the boardroom Sun Oil was in LaBelle researching member of the Everglades Fire
production on which to of the governor's officein Sun Oil leases at-the of 15 credits earned in Control Board from Hendry
the state capitol building in office of the Clerk of Circuit grades 10-12 shall be requiredfor county Governor Fans Bryant

reductions.Re from Cooley Rep. Tallahassee.The Court He also was doing a bit graduation who made the appointment
letter North Caro- land Is described as Section of prospecting in the heavy but 4. Graduation time: No student wrote Waldron extendinghis
totes Williams; Mid hade 16, Twp. 45 S. Rge. 28 E. not necessarily dry ledgers that shall be permitted to graduate good wishes and expressing
bleb the lives of many -Hendry County The drilling contain vital oil well informs in less than three full confidence in his ability to
lease would be for oil. gas sulphur ]- tlon. including facts on potentialoil school years In grades 10.12
l, in the area, laid: AWARDS FOR LITTLE MAJOR LEAGUE word Mondy MomlL received the trophy serve well In this capacity.
( In the
salt and/or brine. land not under lease. except ss provided early
both con- Waldron succeeds the late
loresentatives teams werepresented Friday night at the for Glddens Furniture team for winnlng
admission and advanced
Competitive bids are also being Osmond Hue of the Dallas office
beet produca Glenn E. Etherton.
jul cane and their views asked on three other leases, of Sun. said his company conclusion. of the, league tournament the older league) playoff gamei studies program explained later A native Floridisn. Waldron '
hive presented Kneeling left to right Jubba Schneider standing, Pat Clark. received the in this list)
and other member also for 640 acres, each, in Collier along with several other companies trophy has lived In South Florida and
jr! to committee me In many connocei County. Details on these had sunk many a dry with the trophy presented to 'Ihte Vol. for SMU for winning the regular season Courses of subjects requiredby In Hendry county area for 1\\

(our which have been held lease requirements are printed well In Florida but that his Firemen a* winners of the Jr.-Sr. league*, play Skipper Hall with Rotary'. playoff the state of every student for many years. He was formerly
In a legal notice in this !issue of company at least was not dis William Nararro graduation from grades 1012. '
.yir demands are ,unreason- regular season member championship trophy, and Keith Carter in the retail business and sold
and unrealistic. the Clewlston News The com- couraged.He of the Rotary team who won the Individual with the little leaQU. tours"'. runner ip There shall be no substitutionfor out to enter the automobile '

1 !led certain that the comvitM petitive bidding was requestedby said a new technique had highest batting' crrerags and the trophy won by SMU. Staff Photo the following requirements\ field. He Is now owner of Wal t
favorable out.look of
resulted in
Sun Oil. a very every student '
will be willing to author- Little Toluable dron Motors, local Jeep dealer.
League's most player a-
the isle of all sugar produced This presents a new possll- for the company's well at Language arta' 2 credits
jt domestic growers dur ity in the oil drilling progress"CHRISTMAS Felda, on highway 29 between Mathematics 1 credit .
by Immokalee and LaBelle._ ,"It Physical Education 1 credit Lead..tudied
could be a gusher" be said nail Football season Mrs. Feller is attending exclusive of health! first aid

Jokingly "if our plugging devices and driver education in false alarm i
did not prevent' gushers Science 1 credit .
these days." tickets on sale Democratic convention this weekMrs. Social Studies 2 credits The sheriffs office I working I

A survey of this well site last unless three fun years of social on leads that may result In the .'

week showed only the "christmu Season tlekets for tteCtewlsto Mildred Feller LaBelle Mrs. Feller has long been proomlneot studies hsvsvbeen completed identification of the person who' 'I)
tree" ,arrangement which Ticer home feet- Is In Atlantic City this week as' in grades 7-9 In which phoned In a false alarm early !
plugs the well and two empty ban fanes are aww .. snteen !' a member of the Florida delegation la Democratic: circles at case' only .one credit is required Sunday morning. ,

a ti 7' tanks. No one was on the promises a tint eeate basis, aeeordlat to the Democratic National the local. Congressional l. and ,, Shortly ,after, midnight the '.'\
r and heavy chains with to coach See Beady Convention and as such state levels She is a personal (In social) studies, one credit Fire Department phone rang .1,4, '

locks secured equipment and The' five beau ..... for Is pledged to the support of the admirer of the president and shall be American history or and a voice said: "There Is a r
Barred ;the entrance : jUt offer eeuldermble sattefi $a-a4idcy- Lyndon B. John- attended the Democratic: dinner American history and government fire at the Harlem Bar and I 'I .f,

BTe laid 'That-because ort' to re IIa*. Uml..iU. .iorV.\ The 'de1elat.IDl')1e) de4 '.1& Mtsmt Beach..at wWchJohns ; and the Americanism vs wish you. would send a fire i I

success at Felds Ws company: the standing .1st Hoe waiting, by Governor, Yards Bryant, lost .preaented with. parchment Communism- unites- requiredby truck out th.n.-'I'h caller; a'I' i f ,
was contemplating employing and assures them of a '... and several members of the scroll signed by.the Flori 1.".) man then hung '\Up.it : I\ ''i I j
technique which be did da Congressional delega tlon, Home Economics: ',(required tall : "at Rand
the new served oat Bandy Bald state cabinet are also delegatesIn There Is no phone the n; I
not describe in an attempt to Two tickets are only I1J. one of the most distinguished pledging him their full support girls) 1'credit lem Bar sad Sheriff Earl Dyess, I t:
,bring In other wells, one in Hen- The five Mme. games ... delegations Florida has sent to Mr and Mrs. Feller have a,. Courses required by the coun- says he Is at a loss to knows) r j' I
dry county and others In other dad rahokee. slept 11; a national convention tended previous national conventions ty for graduation from ,grsMes where the call'was Initiated I IDyess l '

parts of Florida, that had been Bebrlar. Oct. 2: Naples.CM. when she has served 9-12, from which no substitutions said he Is working with) It
abandoned by the company. as delegate and also as Interested allowed are> .(
I! Avon fark. Oct. M are the telephone company Is aw( ,
These wells had given up oft sad Okeeehebee. Nev. ZOo party members They were Language arts 4 credits tempting to set up a system ,
but not in sufficient quantity to la W..hlnton..Ito. for the Inauguration Mathematics 2 credits for checking on such calls "i'

be profitable. The belief Is that -. of President Ken Physical' E4. ,2 credits "We may grab this fellow thq >;

TREE": .la the name for this Intricate dodo the new technique might serve Ugh ....... TO 2-JM1 or Ded'. Science. I credits next time", he. lalels < ..'.; '.
\that cops a well of the Sun Ofl Company at Felda to successfully tap reserves that Bandy's resUease TV 2- 9 \ .!:

ne Highway 29 between bnmokaU and LaBelle, Early are still believed' to be In these tWo I '

Mirations or* that the well has great possibilities and locations.The a I Inl Tiger .
I* oil company contemplates further drffUng la lb.eneSTAFF crew that bad drilled the outlook bright planI '
well at Felda Is now working on Local ,
PHOTO. I Humble wen In Sunnlland. ,girl wins I I

dairy award inersquad game SaturdayCoach I

Scared to death but not Prlncle (Penny) Pcnningtoa Joe Bundy invites resl- ._ ..f'

IT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. dent of the area to I sneak defensive star of last year Hen- pads, would be: weak.aJde end.
T. E. 'Pennlngton, 604 E. Con of the 1964 edition of preview the ry Bowden is another returning Jimmy Dana; tackle Johnny ,I
corella street Clewlston has received veteran who has gained In sire McGee
Clewlston ; guard Smltty
football PolhUl
a merit award from the Saturday team and experience. "Bowden Is a center. Doug Rudd ;
afternoon at 8 ; strong side
cowed by Thursday blast South Florida Dairy Council The "game like game" will p.m.be back exceptionally hard running full. guard Earl Forshee or David .r

The council has a ,continuing under near, officIal' conditions fast and a real tough line Carlton; tackle Donnle Edwards :
backer "
program to honor achievements with the on defensive, Bundy ; Pat
exception of no kickoffs : 'said Baldree end; backfield -'
of school age youths In the and return Mandy MorrelL
Ian,,' Wayne Matthis got the an adjoining stock room where ointments to sooth the blistered southern part of the state. .The team Is Bill Davidson and Gaynam back; Henry Bowden fullback qu.rter- .,
IfIIt *< his young life one It blew out two large plate flasa skims Later In the day Harry Tsars helps her mother, In fast, the boys shapelng In very Rackstraw are scrapping for AI Morrell. tailback and Bill;
T""! last! week. windows. went home under Injunction to cancer and heart fund drives, MM. MHDEED FELLER condition. therefore are excellent the remaining backfield posi Davidson cr
dry. who wU be take to his bunk in his slaterslarge we plan to tion. Garnara Rack-
a senior spent six years In the Girl straw
C q reachedthe stop two-a-day practices today Bundy conT
Harry until he
CII1 ran After
hllb trailer. taking
school this Scouts is Worthy Advisor,, for Bundy said. a fang hard look tlnued.
-. I
.at his place' of blessed air where he realIzed Rainbow Olrll'of 288 at the schedule
sum- the Pahokee hamburgers facing the T4gel
ue Pl And then Despite his experience Harry In summarizing the However Bundy stressed
r rment the Stock. he was alive. was County Dress Winner and Tigers, t thU( year, Bandy sad"we that
-lDduatriea His face hain't been cowed. He plans to we are weak at defensive the lineup was subject: to
at 412 came the pain. arms ends, change
Sugarland Council Officer la 4-H are 1,000
County 11 pounds heavier on"the
'Pt'7 when be and lips had been seared.. He go back to work for another selected cases of pop with Jimmy Dana Jimmy first two at any moment as the boys are "
suddenly and was : as a delegateto offensive lines
ref 11M world l bad still bad his eyebrows but they week before returning to school Weaver Lee Ford. Brute Mo last than working hard and the one who)
blown attend the National Citizenship year
kq up. he must be regarded as for Little Conville and Pat ; we are exceptionally delivers the "mostest"
la Chore to were awfully short and his where Leaguers Baldre llfsp. will be
? light a short course In Washington Strong on defense and
ea ps-red than of the nicest kids In the Ping for the position plan to In the starting lineup. <
oven crew cut had more crew one which Uwide W
where flay
diesel D.C. as a result of her s M tie in
FIlI.7-on.. each game,
'lace Junior
be impressedtalking and Thirty-five
Blinder .Ieevea before. class. You had to Senior open Bundy said boys are out for
ted bJ !be heat of are an1a They carted Urn off to thehospital to him as he lay In Ms speech on the subject" "Whet, Little Leaguers were guests of At tackle we have two of the hoping'the our offensive will pickup the varsity squad and three" .
Me. She attends
some 30 4-H Means to needed
III iblated trailer bunk wishing for a cold Sheriff Earl Dress last Wednes toughest In the points for victory more are expected
in the oven's base.dsy In a screaming ambulance the First Baptist Church. state In the 190 ." : this! week.(
N\ the used day at an outing on Fisheatina pound class In The Junior varsity
dart of the ride where doctors. wave.r Johnny McGee: squad will
5enda The Dairy Council Is Interested Creek. and Edwin guess for a starting of.fen.lve began
7. Cato They practice: after the
are exceptionally open-t
Ian, in performance In many lineup after our first In
t en 1811 lilt h. walked outdde fields. Students through the 12th The plcnlc-playday has become with plenty of strong desire physically couple days of bard hitting la Bundy.( of school according to- I
valve to mts It
int 1n4, the on the tank ,'yM'r grade. are eligible. an annual treat for up. I
aena4 oven fuel, then tt1 youngsters participating in the '-
tK Wane to light 1 Teach your children s a m m e r recreation baseball ,Guard positions are equally
hrs thehave well staffed with
-. uPPosed program Ernie Miller who supervised large boys and
doled experience.
the night< before. traffic safety' the preparations.., said Donnie Yoder. Smlt-
tIIt y this bad been aegk that the U boys ate 288! ham David ty P01l 11. David Carlton and ;
ousriw Forshee:
burgers drank 11
cases of soft
"- about; Ivi) minutes 'fore ,drinks\ garnished with the usual ty PolhUl has looked extremely
;: iii the Be Extra Alorl trimmings for food In the linebscklng position
;""I tak: valve and a picnic, this
beck to the w year Bundy said following
oven to
-11JId durlnl that time the Sheriff Drill expresses his his change from center. The
"" spewing gag Into the, appreciation to the Hendry boys are fast and are In the i
-wag III a high County School Board for use of 170.175 pound class I

ea he explosivetouched off two school buses; Pattlson Funeral Offensively Doug Rudd will I 1 1'i

>:: peratory to openin 0 Home for use of the carryall again anchor\ the> unbalanced
a :: place g t- van; and Glades Gas Com line. He has gained 15 extra ''i

..gtlycendd de beeardwith pony for use of their grill pounds over his'130 pound play
The boys enjoyed swimming log weight last year. "Rudd is ,
'stirs ... _
L GIst III1nd didn't recordseer f ; rug of wars, football and sack terrific for his size. Bundy
t few races throughout continued
ateoDda. But 1.
W'I blown back land- 4 Serving as chaperones were In the backfield, Mandy Monten
,_lit bit bands and kneel. 4r Sheriff Dyess, Miller Simian has "grown up this summer
.. Wu In Dyess, Calvin physically and I IIII
.r.. trashing down .n Swindle Bill w* are
i.. Place and heW wondered r i' Bad We.therCity Harn and Luther Davis looking for great things from

", "d IIId It.ran.He picked him- beamed.him at quarterback Bundy 1 t:'

wen ttpqloa knocked out THE PLATE GLASS WINDOW la"front ol Stodaam of ClewistonPolice rouncB Adjectives: tall to describe Al MONKEY: DRILL .It what shy caD IL W. 0" cmd '::1:' I,

'I M wiad0ws in the bIb MachIne Shop was blown out by a explosion which Public speaking: The art of berto Worrell's outstanding per UDder for Ib linemen as they gain physical condition '

... .11M DrtllUre 1ant'l work area. rocked the shop and area early Thursday momlD4. Department diluting a two-minute Idea. with, Coach formances Ernie!d u Hill r I chimed n c practice dusting this portion of their agility drUL n. squad will '1

Hooded Into Staff Photo a two-bour 'vocabulary.' reference to the offensive In.and In P Cd
Staff Photo


Two THE azwISTON NEWS Clewiston I1a.Thursda First National Bank of Clewls new barbecue place west of
,.. August 21, 1964 Raising cane ton. He was also sought In connection Clewlston, Thompson climbed -
e 0 with other bank rob an 8 foot ladder on the roof. ,. ( HArTIlYgRg"w :
When the ladder broke he
W were properly briefed by the telephone companyon beries. at .
fell ho did not top ,4
the new IBM billing of long distance calls, so the new Mrs. Verne Harper left by the mot but went all the way to 1 fa the line thin g that an moo

PublldKd easy 'Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Oewision, compact sheet was not a surprise. It was however, unadulterated plane to visit her 91-year-old. the ground with injuries to his l 1 everywhere are seeking. But
Florida by The OriciM New, toe., a Florida Corporation. pleasure to check the phone calls, and file the father. H. E. Gordon in Pasadena back and head. He stfll has trouble d true heroines Ia not be
sheet Certainly for Hie clerks and Calif with his left ear, and although ay tound apart from
simplifies things
EEtrrttd M SMaad Chug Hatter February 1. 1927. at to* Eleanor Corbett, and O. Cad
Miss "He
Port Offic ia OrvbUk. Florida under the Act of Congress of bookkeepers, as well as for the 'phone company itself Anderson were married by he is attending to bustness who lives heed to the
i be doesn't think he is quite ,< word
atarch X ItT. Thank Mr, Inter-Countyl \ Prosper,
!i / the Rev. L T. Fagan up to another roof top job right PY .is be who and hip.
: 11ii" QAIf4 NATIONAl EDITOIIAlSubserlptfaei Accompanying the news of the birth of a daughter to now. Lard"-Provecbs( 18:20)III: )the

i ii 4 IAS C8II) NII Harold and Lois White Hirth out In Salt Lake City was a Johnson preachesat HAPPY BIRTHDAYS Community Presbyterian
: I a i lJ' Church
IIrtr1Aw:11.Iffryear note from the pretty blonde who was the first director of the August 27-Dennis Curry, Ce 407
1 N dewiston High School Band. She recalled with pleasureher celia Maxham Errt. Cornet- Royal Palm Avenue
\, ;, 0 y work in organizing the band, and says she reads the NorthsideChester te, Virginia Robison, Lucille HENRY HORREU FORD. Minister
\ > I se (Return PostaGuaranteed. ) Gewiston News regularly and takes great delight in the Waters Christine Patterson 9:00: A. M. Worship 10:00
H j JQN BERYL BOWDEN Publisher very fine and active of Sugarland Band. Johnson, who was recently Frank Mueller Elenda Judd SERMON : A. M. Bible School
j S. H. STALLS Managing Editor Miss White,'as she was then, taught band, chorus and licensed to preach at Evelyn Lee SUBJECT:
music lessons in Gainesville Flo. where she Northside Baptist Church dew- August 28-Mike Dyal), Hilton 'The Church and
,j, Telephone: auslnes and Editorial YUkoo 3-1201 private met Iston will preach at that church Williams. Mrs. F. J. Ball, Society"
Advertising Rates on application. The management reservesthe and married Harold Hlrth, who was teaching In the Biology Sunday night, August 30 In services Everett floater Mike Bowden
right to reject any objection advertisement I Department at the University and subsequently receivedhis AccordIng -
t that start at 7:30. August -Faye. Cox Patricia
THE NEWS auumM no r.upoe.lbtnty ttr the rtturi .f u.a.I Ph. D. there. _They moved to Salt Lake City,,where he Rev..Julian --
"'IIC1tT'a mkniMorlpu: or photograph to the pastor. Sutton, Walker Nail. Jr., M.
I NKWa: assumes no financial. mpoBilbllllr. for typographical is professor in the department of Zoology, University of Pope Mr. and Mrs. Johnson D. Bledson, Louise Hendry .
error or oommlHlona' la .d..rll..t but If notified
I 11. of such error baforo tha next laaua of the paper will rtprlnt corroetljr Utah. She plans to resume teaching private music lessonsin will leave Clewlston next weekto August 30-Naomi Lovett. Mrs.
,,,! I. the that part of the element adTartlaemant. ,In which the arror ooaumr. *.. addition to her work in three choral groups. She sends enroll in the Florida Baptist Lynn Yoder Nancy Powers a
1\\.' ., the event Nawa a will tune reduce the would price' render of the the.d..I1.eorr.otlos...... value.Pee. bx a* her best regards to Clewlston and adds, "I am mighty proudof Institute and Seminary in Lakeland Bill Sutton, Marty Waldron. .Vr .
r amount equal to the percentage of the total epaoe aa the arrea. Bandy"School where the fall term openson Nicky Flak Walter E. Thos "That'st'
that Sugarland
: eons or omitted copy represented.Was 15th.
0 .- September Ralph Damon
Mr. Johnson, who served for August 31-dwell Sutton, Sr.Corey ..
bells will ring Monday morning-(there's beenan a short time as supply pastor Ford.
electrical overhaul on them over at Clewlston High) and of Northside Baptist, has been Sept. 1-Heary J. Andreas, Merle
l this your little girl? students will 'join teachers at the schools where they have employed In Clewliton as dredge Marshall Shirley Council :. The NewTeacher
been at work for two weeks readying themselves, their engineer for R. B. PoUshnlck. K. O Tlmgren
i She drated across the highway directly: in front of a car program and curriculum for the opening of the new term. contractor. ._ Sept. 2-Harry Johnson, Shorty
traveling east on a green light She had a paper in her Parents are readynlg for the term also. One of the Musgrave Eugene Williams
I hand and appeared eager to reach her destination. hopeful signs of the times is the new attitude parents are Sept. J-Mrs. Bert Turner ?"
Without warning, she was suddenly directly in front taking toward the schools. They do not look on the school Thompson is up .
of the car. Brakes screeched the car ,swerved and by the as purely a teacher and pupil affair. School work requires ST. PGTEXS LTJTHfKANCHTJ1CH
grace of God whose hands must surely have reached that parental cooperation, support and supervision, and more following fallFrank ]
f steering wheel, and a skillful, sober, alert driver, the child and more parents are reminding their children of this. It Belle Glade
j t Rev. Richard Roseman, pastor
'f was safe. makes for better schools, too. Thompson of the Sign 1:30: a.m. Sunday School Sometimes :your most sensible teacher can be
Shop is back home again, and 10:30 a m. Divine Worship independent Insurance agent Insurance jour>local
It happened about noon last Wednesday. Al Fuller saw : : coverage. Lays
it and was shaken by the It's answering the phone In his 8:00 p.m. Wednesday' Bible are intricate and complicated. Our advise 11 I free ** lilt
so experience that he went to history now. place of business; but he isn't classSugarland asking, so drop la and let us help you
the back of the store and
sat down for several minutes to quite climbing ladders yet
recover.A THIRTY TEAKS AGO in their summer home in the Thompson was recently released Pharmacy Beardsley-Nash Insurance
woman pedestrian saw !it-t she threw her hands over (From dewbfcm.".* Adirondack from the hospital after a 24tweeks Agency

the her eyes, stopped and turned away, waiting, and expecting Aurml 24. itM Nick Montess was arrested in stay following a fall- at PIZZAYU elepkes TW MJM

worsLWe The first Cities Service gaso Chicago and charged with mas work.While placing a sign the Sugarland Highway CleW
saw It, driving into the intersection on a side street line tanks in Qewlston were In. termlndlng the robbery of The building for Bernie Fountain atop 23311 atOD
The sight was so frightening that pulled the and tailed Lena -
we to curb by I.! Rldgdlll. whocnuu
waited for several minutes before driving on. ._.. _muveu .110 uewision; -
The lime girl, about 5 or 6 years old, scarcely turned from LaBeDe.
her head, she skipped merrily on her way on the street to Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E.
ward the elementary, school, (which is not in session). It Nail visited the Century of Pro-
is doubtful if the incident Impressed her enough to mentionto grog in Chicago.
The M. M
Crouch visited relatives Best
parents. In Dawson, Georgia Year-End Deals
Yet she was only a hair's breadth away from death- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dlggei
/I for a split second her life was unexpectedly thrown into the and family moved from Moore S
hands of a stranger,who saved it for her. Haven to Clewlston and became
If you have a small girl, it may ,well have been your the first occupants on the gov
/ child who had the brush with death. Parents, warn your ernment reservation.Mr. .
j I children over and over again of the dangers of traffic. and Mrs. L. O Vlnson
and daughter, May, are spending
Teach them again how to cross highways safely. Tell the
a month at Fort Myers
l' story to them in different ways, lest it become commonplace Beach. -
through repltition. S
: Drivers, remember the heedlesspess of childhood. No .- '" ,

I matter how hard parents try and what safeguards they TWENTY TEAKS AGO OFFICIAL :
I place around small children, they become engrossed in From dewliton News i: 4F
I their own thoughts. They sometimes., forget to be careful. Anew. 24. IM4 "
We hope all drivers wllll be like the one we saw on Wing Commander C. W. Llnd- I
i Wednesday. Somewhere there are parents who owe him sey of the Royal Air Force hr
the life of their child.CLEWISTON. staff at Riddle Field was guest SI I
t speaker at Klwanls. He said CLEARANCE
the British would soon celebrate S I It II
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Battle of Britlan, but not until I
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will be CLOSED for vacation belief he said y rL
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Pap foot THE CLEW1STON NEWS dewiston. Fla.1hum a mlscellaneoM bridal shower Journal.staff member of the Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Friday, August 2Ist The baby Funeral grandchildren service
given Friday evening the Fellowship and Mrs Fuller Drive, Salt weighed nine pounds and )has held today art
!nr.August 17, 1984 Otto Larsen and Mr. Hlrth, 1558 Thursday
been named John. ,
HaP of the Assembly Charles" J. Loworn were in Co Lake City, Utah, announce the PatU.on Funeral trona
of God. &ll ral Gables Thursday attending birth of a daughter, Deborah- Rev Henl'1 Horrtll ChaPel
Gamea were arranged and directed the funerel services for Wm. M. Lola, on Thursday, August 6th. CARD OF THANKSI Clatln,. IIII'' "IU be Ford Oft
by Mrs. Gary Clark and Redelsheimer. a former resident The baby weighed six pounds wish to express my sincere In the rnaulIOleurn tnlolll
provided entertainment duringthe of Clewlston.Mr three ounces.Mrs. appreciation to the many Cemetery; Callon.I at F
SNEVS evening. .- and Mrs. John C. Swin Hirth Is the former Lois friends who remembered me
( Wedding bells decorated the l RO'H'1$ [$' dle left the first of the week for White, first director of the with cards, flowers, messages,
table which were many
gin on and
l'4 a vacation visit to Alabama and Clewlston High School Band. visits prayers during myhospltallzatlon.
for fee Aonoree.
lovely to points in the Carollnas. They and since I returned
.. The refreshment table was Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prldgen expected to spend some time I In Mr. and Mrs. Howard Greenof home to recuperate.:
.: '" covered with a lace cloth and and son and daughter arrived the mountains during their stay. Madlsonvllle Tenn. announce These evidences of friendship
decorated with a Dower arrangement Monday evening from their Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Stalls and the birth of a son, Kevin Clifford have meant a great deal to me.
such a large organization of Assorted sandwiches home in Springfield Missouri. daughters. Donna and Kathy on Friday August 14th. Marlon Snell HADu15
BPW'members mints, unts and punch were his Lake weighed seven pounds,
women. for a vacation visit with spent the weekend in The baby
I I Delia Rosenberg, president served by Mrs James and limbed Mrs. brother, Harvey Prldgen. and Placid. Mrs. Stalls and daughters eleven ounces. Mrs. Green 's
Mrs. Eugene Hingson ObituaryKALTH
I visit former Marie Bethea.
elect of the Florida Federationof family. remained for a longer the
at Jupiter meet :Business and Professional Solon Hingson. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. and returned home Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. David Rowlee A. FLOWERS
Women, was the luncheon speak A. W. (Dub) Waldron over the night Ralph Arlington Flower. 59,
\ tells of weekend were: Mr. and Mrs. .. of Hlaleah are the proud parents aD accountant for U.S. Sugar
the theme er. She is a native Ftoridian. a Miss.Lee Martin and
Membership was Mr. and Mrs. Roy of a daughter Lisa Faye, iads,
James Bollwlnkel, Salt Lake Corporation, died at Hendry tndiAAbner
of Stark
charter member the .
of from
S meeting returned home
of the! District have August -
born Wednesday
i family who was
World's Fair tripMiss Mr. and Mrs. Or- General Hospital
Business and Professional Wornen's BPW Club. She has taught business City, Utah weeks vacation spent six Tuesday mornIng -
a two 12th weighing pounds
Club at Jupiter Sunday, attended education for eighteen Evelyn Lee gave an Impromptu val Ellsworth. Berkeley Calif.: visiting relatives In North FlorIda after a brief Illness.
by Mrs. Harriet Zauel. years and is guidance counselor but Interesting account Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lee Ft and Georgia.Mr. eight ounces.Mrs. Born In Gallon, Ohio, he
president, Mrs. Ruth Beards- at Bradford High School. In of her trip to,the World's Fair Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs. Bob- and Mrs. Walker Nail Rowlee U the former moved to Clewlston eight years H.
by Burton and sons, Okeecho- Brown. For a time he was the .
ley. Mri. Catherine Brown Mill Starke. when the Business and Professional vlsiVed Marjorie ago. resident
.; Patricia Ann Powers and Miss The speaker! discussed local Women's Club met at the bee; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Mrs. Beth at St Mary's Shauls manager of The Clewlston Vann
Nail and Mrs. Charles
Hildegarde Knot, of the dewis- club activities and functions ss Pit Room of the Glades Restaurant Edens and Mrs. Edna Edens, ConnaUy afternoon In Mr. Inn. He was a member of the
Belle Glade and Mr. Tom Cof- Hospital Saturday announce the birth of a IOn, Ph
ton Club. Mrs. Beardsley is district related to district, state, national Tuesday. American Legion and of the
I o Beach. Earl, Thursday, August
West Palm Randy on
fey of Fort Pierce. Qewlaton Boat Club.
and Mrs. Brown and International organizations. -
chaplain Miss Lee said she and her T3r. Mrs. Richard Pape 20, at Hendry General Hospital. YU 1'591STATEFAAM
district treasurer. She gave many interesting sister-in-law and niece! who Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mason and and The baby weighed six He Is survived by Us widow;
Miss Mary
I highlights of the national made the Greyhound two weeks sons. Harry and Robert, have and house guest 13 two sons, Ralph A. Flowers, Jr.
.t The Jupiter BPW Club was convention of BPW clubs,, held tour, had selected the buildings returned to their home on East Beckham of Hawthorne and pounds ounces.Mr and James R. Flowers, both of
t host to the meeting, held at recently in Detroit. and exhibits which they wantedto Concordia after spending the and Mrs. Phil Shuford spent and Mrs. Frank L. Pol. Gallon; two brothers, Maurice
Jupiter Ranch Resort. Martha see before they left home, summer in their trailer at Port Sunday at Ft Myers Beach. hill are the proud parents of ason Flowers, Gallon, and John A. Pew tskdu kMo bhshar
Burdlne Stuart BPW membership and by adhering to these selections Charlotte where Mr. Mason's Mrs. Anna Mae Jones, administrator who was born In Lee Me Flowers,, DeivUle. Ohio, and Iw pia; Ir
Shower fetesbrideelect '
chairman conducted! a and moving away from cattle operations were in that of the Hendry Genera
( workshop on member ship, those where they found long Hospital, Is in Chicago this week:'
which Included a .ample i Installation FridayMiss waiting lines they managed to area.Mrs.. Wm. C. Owen and Mrs. attending a convention of the'
r ceremony for new club see a great deal of the Fair in C. E. Miner returned Sunday American Hospital Administrators '"
members, and emphasized the Anna Postell, brideelectof the three days they were there. night after a ten days absence Association. '
l Importance!: of being part of Ray Canard, was honoree at However, Miss Lee said there on a Caribbean cruise. Duringthe Mr. and Mn. L. M. Weetrnnflj,'
were many things which she week's cruise aboard the expect their son. Bob, and, Sugarland Roller Rink
wished to see but omitted from S3 Ariadne they visited In San daughter. Miss Georgia Wee -
t. ____llttRt: ) this trip. They visited the Florida Juan, Puerto Rico, and St. man, home from Ohio tor vacatlons --
Pavilion and bad a pleasantchat Thomas Island. On their returnto this week, following
with Miss Sandra Swayne, Miami Mrs. Owen visited her close of the summer sessions at
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ken son. Richard B. Owen In Miami Ohio Universities. Bob, a medical
THRIFTY : Swayne of dewlston! one of the and Mrs. Miner her broth student at the University of Skating Club
hostesses In the Palm Beach er, Harry Knight and family in CUiclnnsti. will have about two
County exhibit. Homestead, for a few days before weeks vacation, and his sister
''I Mrs. Harriet Zauel presided coming on to their homesin about a month.

'Ii at the business meeting, and Qewlston. Warren Brown left Sunday Back ,to School Parties
i DRUG announcement was made that a' Tom Dunkln. former editor of after a month's visit here with h.
covered dish supper st the the Glades County Democrat at his parents. Mr. and Mrs. O.
I home of Mrs. Ruth Besrdsley Moore Haven, visited in Clew H. Brown He visited In Columbia Friday, Aug.. 28, 7:30: to 10:30
... will be held on Tuesday September lston Thursday. He was enroute S.c. with his brother, Gideon ,,
Shopper' Special I from Miami to Atlanta wherehe Summer prize award
r 8th, at 6:30. at Fort Jackson, then planned :
work this week as a
1 Three prospective new members began to spend a few days In
Mrs. Evelyn Sullivan, New York and at the World's
Southern Fried ChickenWhipped Doll wardrobe
Spring Mrs. Marguerite Sage and Mrs. Fair. He has received overseas o girl's prize: ,
1I Hilda Tonarely, attended the r 4 orders from the Air Force and

I Potatoes Mixed vege. meeting with the twelve members will leave from Maguire AFB, doll furniture
present. Wednesday, Thursday. New Jersey. .
-< Italian bread dinner rolls ; Friday, Aug. 26.214&"ZULU"- Mr. and Mrs Arthur F. Krueger '
i or Miss Postell tells returned Wednesday from boy's prize: electric train set
-' a 9.000 mile tour of the Eastern

;1 58c or 2 for 98c plans for weddingMiss A that technicolor adventure, true In 1879 story that of Seaboard Canada. They of the drove United to the States eastern Sat, Aug. 20, skating 7::30 11 p.m. .

j : Anna Postell has completed Filmed en- tip of Canada, visiting New-
plans for her wedding to. made tirely 'in history.Zula Africa. See foundland. Cape Breton and New Skaters' dance, 11 p.m. midnight.
Ray Cunard. at I o'clock Friday topless bathing suit Brunswick, then drove West In
I Try BLENND at our fountain! August 28 in the Assembly maidens.2,000 Canada returning into the
of God Clewliton. United State at Detroit They Prize: Portable tape recorderWHY

Cool and Refreshing Rev. James F. Kimbrel will. Saturday, Aer. It-- visited en route with Mr. and
officiate.No DOUBLE HORROR SHOW Mrs. K. P. McGilvary at Sand
I Grape or Orange-Lemon Invitations are being mailed Beach Lodge on the French
: :'Umall glass 5c locally and all friends of the' "Masque of the River in Canada. Mrs. McGil
Lge. glass lOo .
I young couple are cordially Invited Death" vary is a teacher in the LaBelle
) \ '' td attend the ceremonyand Red School and Mr. McGilvary
111l'1I''tt''tt't'JI'lrIlOtt: 1t'II'1t, the reception which will Vincent Fries. works at the U.S. Sugar Corp.
follow,,at the Clewlston Inn. -' warehouse during the winter

i: 4 alas. seasons. The Krueger returned
: '! The Great EscapeSteve home by way of Iowa, visiting
relatives there.
I McQueen Mrs. C. L. Yonce returned u.d '
i Saturday from a vacation visit
No need Sunday Monday, ADI' 30-S1, of a few weeks in Kentucky and : -a.
Tnee, Wednesday BepU-1 other states She also visited
"Untinkable Molly several points of Interest in
lt Florida, and spent a few days
for a Brown"Debbie with her son. Henry Yonce, and .
k Jt Reynolds family Safasota. Mrs. Hubert PAY RENT ?
.i } Post came over from Belle
ball Come, enjoy her comic and Glade to care for Ok-chobee
crystal singing! Motel during Mrs. Yonce's ab,

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t : t f. $50? $6S $71 or more? Whatever rent you Free!

1.1. for home 'Registration Day 'ww be Friday Sept. 4th pay else you are yourself home for someone 32-Poge
any t -not for and family! Al the
; 830: to 11:30: and of 12 years you will have a nice bunch : : Catalog
t of rent receipts but no hou..,
Tuesday 8th. have of f t the h cod of*
School will start Sept., WHAT $2.00 A DAY CAN What.ver Ideas yow may JrMtt
BUY! and
suitable home for yourself j
fmllwhich .
b t r ant I and air at 8:30: to 11:30: k SlIms hard to believe, but eaiy to prove, that you to write for our latest AI...
4 Heating conditioning only $50 a month which Is leu than $2.00 a trofei our 21 model home, show floor flat
.Mrs. Nigel Miller, Elementary SchoolTeacher's day,amount to$7,200 In 12 years.$60 a month and gives detail of construction. There is III
: "' '. for 12 yean' amounts to 8640.$70 a month for charge or obligation for this booklet.! You c*e
degree YU 2-2603 12 yean amounts to 10080.And to on;Also,a It to younelf and family to find out how rexh
designed and priced specifically for the small home port of your monthly ore has
'r payments ore tax deduct home you con get for the money you
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Mrs. T. H. Jones, Jr. you are paying paying for rent. Wo have built .
per month for rent, multiply that by 12 months homes throughout the> country and they are "
: You will find none better.It and then multiply it by 12 yean and the total best advertisements. Just moll the coupe wIn

how much money you will pay a landlordcop at any one of the Jim Wolter/ braxlea
or pay for a home of your owns!
: You will be shown every courtesy.

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: heats, or cools, filters and d dehumidifies $ 50 per month amount to $ 7,200.00

.. g ( 60 per month amounts to $ 8,640.00

'" : air for the whole house, winterer? summer I" .-tiwle f IfFREEdT ,$$ 70 80 per per month month 'amounts amounts to to 10080.00$11,520.00

$ 90 per month amounts to 12960.00

i if Bryant' is your best buy. .... $100 per month.amounts to $14,400.00

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Clewiston school faculty Holley to'visit ERS TO THEiEDlTOR Thursday, August 27, 1964

,Clewiston Aug. 31 Ej

recruits seniors which Stiles will supervise is a wltt Both: have been InstructorsIn ,I
Charles R Holley. Republican new marketing program which: their respective! programs
Florida National Gu.rdbicb has busy candidate for governor of Florida LETTER Or THANKS Conner initiated to help Florida toll summer. I

TIle, conducting a dre- summer program will be in Clewlston on Woodrow W. Carrutoers. Jr., producer find better marketsfor About 40 boys and girls will .' 0 i

II campaIan, I I Monday afternoon Au,. 31 to Director of Recreation In the their top quality commodi take part in the program. -I( i
ruitiPJ Ninety-six meet local people Interested In To add Interest to the Labor 'f., ,
to dJjectsfeIn per cent of ..he band, and Clewiston Recreation Department
Kplor g .:j ; teaching staff of Clewlston high Robert Rogers, agriculture mutely: the same as last year the affairs of the state. has addressed a letter of ties.Stiles, 40, will move his wife Day events, a Little Miss Pool ,
hat .c school was tagaged in educa continued programs already when 650 entered the six grades. He Is due to arrive In the city thanks to all those who have and two children from Jackson contest will be conducted. Any .1 .
cyan r,older. underway, Ernie and JanIce The physical plants of both .t 3 p.m. and will stay at the out t
of ae tional work during the 1964 summer Hill helped the department's program ville to Tallahassee to carry girl, between toe ages of 3 to
uncertain about your jU- recess Clarence J. Chap. conducted toe summetrecreational schools have had their usual Clewlston Inn overnight Duringthe this year. his new duties, Conner said inclusive may enter the contest: 'J
JIll Perhaps the National man, Principal, said last week. Mrs program summer overhaul and are expected time he Is here he hopes to The letter: and may register at the pool at Y
t for Margaret Bare taught to be In for meet as people as
.nawer 3'0" good shape many PO"alble. Ume. Adult Judges will pick
tilt Chapman also said 'that'll any
It up wNle' atm JIt.IIOOL offast arts and crafts for the third the opening bell on Aug. 31 He has no speeches plan To the EdItor: the winner at toe Labor Dayprogram. '
11 JoInIn eHwobiradon. Friday the enrollment to. summer while Mrs Helen Weet- A significant improvementhas Speaking for myself and on in Service ". I':
getting'lf Boys .
are tailed 535 for the
yOU grades man, librarian
r rnm., : spent her second been made in the lightingof candidate will go to behalf of the Clewiston Recreation
You 1ljIw,0'yctlve 'pc4 taught In the school and that al. summer in library service the red brick building of the Moore Haven In the morningand Department, I would like US3 KEARSARGE (FHTNC) '
though there could be Jack .
duty 'unwAn \ and lomectrop.outa Willis English, and Ken elementary complex. The lighting again his purpose is to to take this opportunity to express Aderlan A. Whldden. aviation Dance ; tat
a tour of six some additions, Walker, social: sciences, taught, in this building had been meet people He will be at the my sincere appreciation'' second Festival
1k.uu;" return\r home to fill this figure" was expected to remain summer remedial (make-up). toe1 subject of considerable discussion post office at 8:30 for Informal for the wonderful help from all structural: mechanic of Enoch H.
USN, son
hl you member ol the fairly: stable. CIIl..I.Mrl. at PTA meetings last talks with anyone who would the many people Including volunteers Fla., Is Youth Center
II a Whiddon of Clewtiton.
.lIT pJlc.Guard reserve, more. The figures by classes were: Mildred Yates taught a year. New fluorescent: fixtures like to meet him. paid workers and sponsors serving with Helicopter' AntlSubmarlne 'i I IThe
atIIfI tIoJIIl snd better able to. 7th grade-117; 8th-92; 9th- private class of It students in- have been installed In the ceil Pamphlets on Holley's back who gave their time and Warfare SquadronSix annual Summer Festival '

: path you wish to tol-, 82: 10th-88.; llth-96, -end terested in preparatory college, legal! of classrooms and hallways ground, political philosophy and energy towards making the recreation : aboard toe antisubmarine Dance will be held at the Wetherald '

oOVe the You. might wish '*>!jue Utb-aO. English. making these areas considerably platform will be distributed by program the great success aircraft carrier USS Youth Center on Saturday 4

ID IIf. ichoollng. or,.perapl -;: A review of the summer ca Miss Margie Easer spent the brighter his aids. that It has been during the Kearsarge warfare operating with the night Aug 29. at 8 o'clock. TheInvaders k':

JOUr know the Job :roar teens of the teachers showed 'summer In Clewiston workingon The usual summer painting, 19M summer season. Seventh Fleet In the Far East. from Fort Myers will f. I
7ou that: provide music for the affair I
at thiuwid doctorlal cleaning and repairing has been
Iik' \to atart on a dissertation In efforts of the Kearsarge Is the hub of an
Without the
Harold carried the bus driver- Blood donations which is for members of the t
will find that Estep received his Math under the aegis of the on by warfare "HunterKWer"
taleXII and anti-submarine\
You who
easer without M.A. degree In Counseling and University of Illinois. custodians of the two schools many go unrecognised of center and their guests. Thiswill I
ill be much military obilgatglnt Guidance from East Tennessee There have been three additions J B, Stanford of the high school unrewarded the Recreation Department group composed and air be toe center's last big t'

of your over your head.Dm's State University. to the staff. and J. M. Taylor of the elemen sought for child would In be at a great units surface designed subsurface to find and destroy dance until the Christmas season
assistants and a large crowd Is. expected
waste t time; check with Mrs Sarah Oliphant participated James Klmbrel also a pastorof tary school, and their a tomprehenslve progr.mwblch enemy submarines. I'
Guard unit In a National Science \ Undeterred by bus driving to attend.
loCal National the Assembly of God la one Got a pint of blood to deposit Is so vital in filling the Kearsarge U scheduled to
0W and let full detail on Foundation program on genetics new member. James Buchananhas boiler tending, plumbing for a little guy who probably leisure hours with which we visit ports In Japan, the Philippines :
and other distraction :
Youpo the emergencies! CHOP
at University of Min SHOP ;
other programs. transferred from toe dew will need plenty of it before he are faced today.I and Hong Kong.
of school plan
days they
,11 glad you did. nesota.!Frank; Gentry and Ernie Red- iston Elementary School, and on,(be vacation months for taking has spent what is expected to also want to thank the staff As the devil sat by. enjoying !
Pete ,
Killgore B S Cumberland care of these chores. be an abrevlated lifetime? of the Clewiston News for the his last cigar for the evening, .
Ish continued work toward
'degrees in School Administration martens ) College Willlamsburg, Ky., a There have been four additions Chuck Rimes, an 18-month-old full coverage It has given us Water Show is set a group of executioners were r., '1
Sugar committee and Supervision at the major In English and History t to the staff. towhead, is a hemophiliac, Without It we would be at a bragging to each other. .
University of Florida. make up the trio. I, James Klmbrel. also pastor of which means he has a spontaneous great disadvantage in trying to for Labor Day First executioner that sot :

Continued( from Page 1)oft ) Coach Joe Bundy began work Principal Mabel D. Magill of the' Assembly: of God is one tendency toward bleeding provide the necessary activitiesand Well, I cut off more heads than
the Elementary School, said new member James Buchanan ,a bleeding that Is reluctantto events which are needed In The various summer swim you'll cut oft in your whole life.
should thus note for his masters degree In Physical
crippled, although there was no sure
Education hai'tranaferred' from the Clew stop the overall program. programs at the Charles Stewart Second executionerListen,
the University
refineries at t
to pasi The way to predict the enrollment Again, I thank to much. that old slio- .
iston Elementary School, and you Mott Swimming Pool have Bud, I've brought
T Mill. South Floe of West Virginia. she expects it to be approxl- On Aug. 10 he started bleedIng '
: Talisman Pete B. S. Cumberland Woodrow W. Carruto been completed by the City er down on. the crowned heads
Mill and Atlantic SugBetoery &;.. Sammie Dunaway, who internally and his mother "
cunr He laid some Hpwn has an M.T.A. from Vander. College, Williamsburg Ky. a Mrs: Bonnie Olden, took him to ers, Jr.Director. Recreation Department and the of five countries 1
, major in English and History, of Recreation School Summer Program personnel Third executioner Come,
were associated with'hpc ,bill, attended the National Science Clinics canceled toe Qewlston hospital where
which will be work Foundation Institute on and Roger Mlnnlch Jr., a native Qr. H. W Shupe suggested the who are planning a Water come boys, left not talk chop. '

:first crop thin year. The Modern Math at the Universityof of Willlamsburg, Ky. and also child be brought to his own physician Show on Labor Day as a /

* IU two mil bad a limited Chattanooga.Mrs. for weekAlthough a graduate& of Cumberland have Chuck eventually: woundup TB programto climax to a very successful pro SUCCESS -
tel next
also the staff. The later
last season. Jacquelyn Gentry was joined In Jackson Memorial hospital gram. the
jatictloo will teach science. There will be a water ballet Have you heard about
enrolled In the Family Finance U Miami where he was on
Willlimi disclaimed any her- 'Workshop at the University of the various officesof Mrs. Charlotte Mlnnlch wife the critical list for five days. be heldThe program, directed by' Janice lady who pinched pennleiT At "
In bring4 ,
x effort on his part Florida. the Health Department In of Roger Mlnnich, who studied They gave Chuck ten pints of Hill, and a water safety demonstration the end of six months, she bad. )
about the climate that Cool- Glades and'Hendry Counties both at Cumberland and Eastern directed by Jerry Pre- 482 flat pennies. ..
although W. G. Perry attended the and his mother would like Tuberculosis and Respiratory .
ey't letter suggests people, "put Health Workshop at the University will be open as usual no Clinics State College at Richmond very much to see that blood re Disease Association will ;; ':J I

? said that many to the wheel" In of South Florida. will be held during the week fol- Ky. will join the Elementary' placed In the blood bank of the present a program on the facts 1 ft'
idi shoulder area'l position: Mrs Enid Crockard: studiedat lowing Labor Day announced School staff as a music teacher, National Hemophilia Founda' about TB at the Sugarland Auditorium .

Wending the He said California State Teachers Dr. W. F, Hill. Jr., Health Officer She taught music last year In ton Can you spare a pint on Monday at 8 p.m.

jcluditg xnmuiucations Republicans were tent to'nembers \ College at California. Pa. this week the elementary schools of WIl- !It you can the' place to go 1s Plans for other Clewiston activities GOLFVIEW MOTELSandwich

ol repreattaf Other members of toe faculty During this time Dr. Hill and llamsburg. Ohio. the Palm Beach Blood Bank at of the association In com i
! both Florida and other were engaged In summer instructional Mrs Claudia Wilson Public 15th and Spruce street West ing months also will be discussed ,r);

!titti. and to people in the adwnuuatlos -, activities: Jack Scott Health Nurse, will attend a special Palm Beach. Phone TE 2-3653 Admission is free.
Migrant Health Workshop The bank Is open from 8 a.m.
the University of North Carolina ASC committee to, 4:30 p.m. Monday through Shop
He knew a Republican he Greensboro. Conner names
Friday, except Wednesday whenIt
"We !
iid, who friendly terms wuz ,
was on This notice will affect clinics stays open ,until 7:30: p.m. .f J Jlb.
nth Republican Leader Everett held in Clewlston and assistant director
election deadline Saturdays it Is open from 8 a.m. '
hrtsm and wrote a "Dear EW'sae say honeymooners. Reservation on Monday, Sept to' 1 p.m. Groups should call Hamburger s .5. . 400 ,
asking his belp'In protect- T. at Big Cypress Reservation ahead and the blood donation TALLAHASSEE CommlsilcnerDoyle -

tf the Interest of the mainland Honeymooners, Mr and Mrs. on Tuesday, Sept. S, Moore Haven Farmers were reminded of should be labelled for Charles Conner announced J/4-lb. Cheeseburger . . 560 ,'I; ,;
Tommy Carithers
out of the deadline for
foductrs came LaBelle and Brighton on approaching Rimes, Aug. 10-19 Jackson Memorial t today the appointment of John '
"We arc all elated," Williams a movie In Athens, Ga. last Friday Thursday. Sept. 10 and Big Cypress voting In the election of the ASC Hospital. D. Stiles Jacksonville! as assistant 't 4 ''
let- evening to find thieves had Julian Western Sandwich . . 500 .
ui We think the Cooler on Friday, Sept. 11. county committee today by director cf the Agrlcu'-: ,'
:it indicate that the mainland, stolen their car and most of M. Dlckaon, Chairman of Its t worthy cause. If ChuckIs ture dcrart-n!nt's Division of r

nducert will get a fair deal. their luggage. The car was recovered the Incumbent Agricultural I an average hemophiliac hew Marketing, effective September B.L.T. Sandwich : .1. ', a a. SQf's t
1 would hate to think what the next Bight at Dan- Carithers team Stabilization and Conservation need about 25 transfusions 1. ** ai< -'- ,

mild happen to our new op- Jelsvllle; Ga., completely: stripped County Committee. a [ear He probably ,.won't live The position of assistant director Grilled Cheese & Tomato '. . 450 ) I :
eaten should they be deprived of everything! which could leads league Voting Is being conducted by to be an old man-the national was created when the ;

mirketlng( their 1964-65 be taken out of it,-even the mall, toe .Chairman explained for being
crop. average hemophiliacs Department Agriculture was Corned Beef on Rye . . 500 ,; r f ,
Vy could grind It and store seats. Worst part. In the eyes Carithers Radio and TV entry and ballots have been sent to 29-but medical science has reorganized by the 1959 Legislature ': lt
;t\ but ttat'i all." of the bewildered couple Is that in the Summer Sawgras each known eligible voter. Incase 'come up with miracles before but had never been filed. ."; f

tilliami! said he thought that the car actually Is owned by League Is currently \\n first an eligible voter failed to and this handsome, smiling tyke Since March, 1962, Stiles has Plus large variety ,+ fll I
topea would set things right Mrs. R. E. Kreidler the bride's place with team sponsor Bill receive: a ballot through. the deserves a chance. been chief of the Division's :'! J :
.. It reconvenes following mother, who thought the young Canteen setting a scorching mall he should contact the ASCS People as young as Chuck Marketing Bureau at Jackson- Ice Cold Beer Soft Drinks ;,'
te Democratic convention in couple would enjoy their honey- pace. county office. Generally, a farm have brief memories and his ville. i
italic Oty moon in her new sports model Carithers received a certificate owner, tenant, or sharecropperIs recent distress was all forgotten Conner said Stiles will be active Milk Juice Coffee J! ,, '
Hut however, was at varlKe !- Mrs Kreidler was laughingover and shoulder patch along eligible to vote if he Is taking when his mother went to the in action programs design f I

with the view expressed the predicament of the with qualification to compete part or Is eligible to take partIn hospital to take him home after ed to stimulate more participa Eat It beret Picnic under our tree. or take it homel! !
last week by H. T. Vaughn youngsters. Most married couples against bowlers from other one or more of the programs this crisis was over. He hugged tion by producers in the profitable r

;undent of the US Sugar Cor- find their honeymoon memorable leagues for bowler of the month. administered by' 'the ASC com- her and smiled as though he and orderly marketing of Call YU 2.7332 .a ;+:: '

notion. who believes that there and there Is small The award was based for his 85 mittee. didn't have a care In the world, their products a primary function

fill be no controversial legls- chance that the Carithers will pins In a three game set, over Envelopes containing marked then bestowed a big smile on of the Division of MarketIng Matt and Teresa Stanton .
*Introduced> until after the'. ever forget theirs. his 172: average ballots, may be mailed or returned the nurses as his mother carried .
timber' election. to anytime before: September him out,the door The sunFLAvor program. L
Vaughn who has spent con- 1. Ballots will be tabulated I

_bit time In Washington InIIIIectIon publicly by the Incumbent: r"
: with| sugar jegfcia. county committee, Sept. 3, 1964 ..0 "L 1." --ne-rr \ '

ma. Mid he thought the indusThiionlyaSO50 at 10:00: a.m.

b () chance for Used Trailers WantedWe at
W nllef ,a d
foment the present pre- City docketCases x i iT"
\ He said the sugar sit- ,
"w p
I" Washington was one disposed of by City sIr '
d blur confusion', have complete line of furniture & Judge Charles Miner, Jr Wed

Inertbeless, the interested"f nesday August 19, included postponing ,

V wvle h the of f Belle glow Glade of are bask- appliances to trade for: trailers., a case of careless drivIng
optimism the and causing an accident
:CaoIeJ letter baa occasioned against Roy, Charles Medford; r ,
hykel h t II a "breakthrou'h'; Kenneth Sheldon Jones, failureto
ad The Wuuamr. BELLE GLADE MOBILE, HOMES, Inc. have vehicle under control. "

Coo'ejr' attitude toward 150 or 4 days; Eugene Payne 1
I.fIIIJr.en cane and beet prod- Kwik-Chek) careless driving causing an accident. :
IIfr1 .Maki to 249 W. Canal St., (next to
- him that the $10 bond entreated; Noel "
k operators will get 996-6620 Johns' public drunk, $25 bond "
abak Belle Glade Phone >I ,
e. As
for the new re- estreature; Edward Roy Hicks,
lire Sad their growers, "I'm speeding $15 bond estreature; I
....tey 11II are! ing to get a new Wm.\Edward Dean wilful and ,
Bye he said wanton reckless driving. $25 or r. i

-- 2 days; J. C. Saddler leaving NO WAITING. on orders to go JUSTPhone
scene) of accident, $50 or 4 days;
and uGary Frank Brown no

valid driver's license, 4 days. "

I Time' .for' School ::T,1'"T., YU 3-3151 : I

wonrij or HTFWTIOI TO
Time 'for SafetyValdronM Th. und* .lsrn4 dais' hereby.
.. certify that ws an conduetlnir and ,your order will be ready for !
a floor eoTtrlnsr. butlam at lit you !
B 8uf...l.nd Hwy-, CUwt.ton.
Florida under the flctltloui I
Same 'tot CltwUton Carpet Cu.t. .-
.m. and that laid firm t I. com- '
\ posed ,of the followlnsr' persons BAR-B-QUED ;
otors whole,iam. and pi..,.. of Mil- '
4Doraar, a* follow.IRAM :
Barn, era BrookhlllDriV )
*, Fort ., Florida
Jofcnnl O TomllnaoH, S4 B
Mariana., North Fort My.r..
Florida. Beef Pork Ribs
OFFERS YOU Ower.hlP of C1.wleton carpet -
Custom. .1 a* follow!
R. M Ben *c per ant !

per JohnnU sent It I I. our Intention 10 apply to Beer '
the Clerk. of th. Circuit Court
FREE Check in and fo*>Hfndry Count. Florida -
Y Safety to roflitcr the aald aam of ,a. .
: Clowlaton Carpet Customs anoler
: DrinksFresh'Hot .
the pr rl.loa. of Chapteren.", Soft Bread M
yaws of Florida Act of 1141Wltnwi /
our baodi, this llnd
day of July lane.

includes check of mufflers, tires, brakes, light, horn, R.JohnnU M. Berry O TomllnMn .
Swore to and ubterlbtd to by Bernie )
\A B. M. BERRT!: and JOHNNIB O. and Teeny's Bar-B-Que
TOMLINHON before m this It
win M bi ldwipen, and day of July' A. D.R.ll.BofUld 4.Mtldrod ,

Notary Public .

FREE J headlight' adjustment Notary Ky.Larro oommlnloa.Public, State expires at Seat Floridaat 14, On U.S. 27 West of ClewistonRoger's 1 i'', ':

CW-M 11 >4fS' Bar & Lounge i irnett to u.fNational -
bay I*. Aif. (. II. I*. 1114 .. -

ill! l. LJlS.lI'
"- ,. ., _

I bulns a* Virgil 11 Six lid:
and doing OJCW1STON
let set for the openingof
I such BldeTHE OWNER RBSEKVM: THE and Psrrl.h operated Dragline at Service the followingaddrsea located ThuMday, August 27, 19M o.--..,.,....._.. PIa.

Clewiston Church Directory Hid H.rnJO; to reject waive any Informalities and/or. all the Counties Interest. Hendry and of that each and the affiant extent adjoining of In; ---...

tll.r.ln. J.By R.1. Bpratt.SPRATT Ch.lrman a15Virgilenterprise B. Parrlsh Is .., 10 folio.* rrcent I FRANK DENMEAD

nUT BAPTIST cnckcaUZ IKST CmtBTUN CBTKCHMl COMMTJNTTT PRESBYTERIAN Board of Public Instruc That the affiant ha advertised theforegoing Realtor
his Intention to reglstsr
E. Vantnra Aveeeet N. FrsiMkMW StreetB. tIT Rojal Pals Arcane tionHendry County, Florida flcltlons name as provided
J. Minister Henry IL Ford, Minister INVITATION TO BIDDERS In Mid Chapter iOltl. nt
t Rev. Bob L. Christi Goodrich PAVING PROJECT NO. f ATTEST: least one a week for four eonecutlv is now associated with
J 9:45: s.m.-Sunday School 10:00: a.m.-Bible School. 9:00: a.m.-Morning Worship FOR Carl CARL E.E.Hornsby HORNSBT, Superintendent weeks prior to the filing .
I, 11:00: a.m.-Ubralnc Service. 11:00 a.m.Communion and 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School : FLORIDA and Secretary to the Board County of ton of News this a affidavit newspaper In.of Cl.wls-aren- GEORGE LEWIS

J 6:45: p.m.-Training Union. Worship Service 6.00: p.m.-Weatmla.ter Fellow. *ald. propoMl will b.* rec.lT.d Public. Florida Instruction Hendry eracirculation/ In Hendry County Inc.
the underlining t tll.oftl *
1:00: p.m.-Evening Service. 7:30: p.m.-Communion and ship. or the cur or cuwntrm CN-I IT Florida, publlehed each conllnuously week-
In aid county
J Wednesday: Worship Service. Wednesday: hereinafter called "City" In the Aug. 13 20, 27, 1964 for a period of one year next,

t ,W 7:00 p.m.-Officers tad Tacn- Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Cholr Practice.: City 0:10:Hall.clock C1.wl.ton P. M., Florid on the, until II preceding notice*, all first of publication which will General Real Estate

,, era Meeting. 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study. day of Auruit 15/4, at which AFFIDAVIT OF OPERATORS. of more said fully appear by publisher's 269 So. County Rd.
'. time and pile th.y will b* publicly WInG! TRADH NA B Palm
1 1:00: p.m. Midweek Prayer FIRST METHODIST cnua331W.OIoeoIa"'nue opened and read aloud.I STATE OF FLORIDA. affidavit, hereunto of proof of attached publication and j FIa.
Service. COMMCNTTt PENTECOSTAL Th. work for which th.o Phone
'.1 propouchs eOt'1lTT! OF HENDRY by reference thereto mad a partof TE 2-0523
8:45: p.m.-Choir Practice. HOLINESS CHDKCH Rev. David Denslow Pastor are to b* ubmltt.d cons. BEFORE ME, the undersigned this affidavit'
south Clewbtoa 9:45 Church School. l.t. of clearinglurfaclnc. of authority, this day personally Sworn to and subscribed. beforeme
: a.m.- : S
J 1 approximately melee of streets A.D.
of August regarding
appeared Virgil D. Parrlah WHO this 10th day Clewiston
:i Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor& 11:00: .m.-MorDln Service. and storm dralBaafaollltlea bring by me first duly sworn, 1114. area prop.
AU of the above work I. loeattdIn
,. 7:00: p.m.-Methodlst Youth deposes and aye: Luclll P. Weaver erty will be appreciated. Call
ST. MARTIN'S CflCXCIIEf4et 10:00: a.m.-.sunday School. Hendry County Florida That thl* affidavit li made In Notary Public. State of W Palm
,r. !. ( 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. FtiJowlhlp.CBVBCD All material and all and work ttClqulpm.nt'urnl.h.d compliance with Chapter 10151, Florida at large. Beach collect. Branch
p.rform-.. of Florida Acts 1141 Leg.That My commission explrss Au.. office in Clewis-
N. Pacific 7:43: p.m.-.sunda Evanjellitlo d shall be In accordant .lthpl.n. Lidetowe .
CHRIST ipMlfleatlon and contractdocumenti un; 12, l01S.CN450 will be
ton 1st.
Rev. Clark H. Dormaa, Vicar Service. pcrtalnlnc the affiant composes open Sept. Thank
.,.... you!
301 South Central Avenue all of the pereona Int. In
Sunday Services: Wednesday: may b* obtained at thoffice < tO 11, Sept i. 1114
the business enlerprli known Aug. IS
7:43: p.m.-Prayer Service. J. J. Sullivan. Minister.\ f the City Clerk of the I
,. 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist City of Clewliton City Hall
I Friday: Sunday: Cl.wl.ton Florida, and V. M.PnwltR I. ...._, .._ ,-,-,-_.._._.._ --
10:30: 1.m.-ramJJ.1 Church Service SchoolSaints lad 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service. 10:00: a.m.-Bible School. Oranere ConiultlnaBnatlnter Bulldlnr Clewleton: 1t' 'It'_ ..:t 'IIm-:: Jt _'. '.' -'_"

11:00: a.m.-Worship. One :" : I-' ,It..
and Florida. copy of the document ..
: Holy Days as announced.
I NOKTIISIDE MISSIONAITBAPTIST 7:00: p.m.-Worahlp. to b**, Includlnablank executed and *bid ubmlttedwith form

Confessions by appointment CHURCH Wednesday: a propo.nl may be obtained ,

I 304 Rev.N. Francisco Julian Pope Street 7:30: p.m.-Midweek and Bible devotions Study. a Eitra from coat cople the of 110.00 City will at b* arallabl no charge at .> ,, '," "
per copy.A : < ; :

CALVARY BAPTlSTaroaCU 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. a certified national er or caabler stall bank checkon or, Ii.I i'I:\m"I Im.1 .;:

South Clewiiloa 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST a bid bond In a sum or not lei 1Jf o. t, (
than five I
,1 percent ( %) of the : ;
Rev. Herb HIgdon Pastor 6:30: p.m.-BTC. APOSTOLIC FAITH amount of the bid mad payableto .. U
7:30 the City of Clewliton muni '
9:45: a.m.-Sunday School : p.m.-Evening Worship. South Clewhtoa accompany. each bid a* m guarantee :
t 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service. Wednesday: Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor that the .bidder will not withdraw -

7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training 7:30: p.m.-Praer Seivloe. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. opelna from of .bide the and competition In vnt after that.
f Union. 11:00: a.m.-Preaching.: the contract la awarded to the
1:00 p.m. Worship Service. CHURCH OF GOD bidder h* will enter Into eonstract
i Tuesday:
and furnish the required
Tuesday: 312 Sooth Pacific Avenue 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting: .performance "bond falling which I
1:00 p.m.-Brotherhood. Rev. Joe Coleman Friday: h* shall forfalt the bid deposit
aa liquidated damas-e The performance -
l Wednesday: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 7:30: p.m.-Young People's bond shall b* *".cu-
I'' 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. Meeting. and ted .by licensed a duly by authorised the State] aunty of I: DRUG SPECIALSI

Thursday: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. Florida.
1:00: p.m.-Cfcolr pr,.'=tle.. Wednesday: Tim I I. the essence of thisreject.
I HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH and the tint limit tIn
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. th* proposal will b* accorded.
Friday: Highway 72* weight by the City CommlialonIn
CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OFGOD the determination of the beet I
Rev. Vie Turner '
; 7:30: p.m.-Young Peopl, En proposal. _
I deavor.JEUOVAU' 9:45: a.ra.-Sunday School The City Cammlailon r**.rre*
21S South mitcl.ee StreetJames ..-- 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship. the right to walT. any InformalItlee .
and t* reject any or all
F. Kimbrel Pastor : WITNESSES 6:45: p.m.-Training Union. bid. _
8:00 Inch bid shall b* addressed. Oscillating
1 Sunday: Kingdom Ha1J-.t17] W. El PasoR. : p.m.-Evening Worship.Wednesday to Mr. C. F. Blair City Manager

I 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. Osborn : City of Clewlaton and clearly

; 11:00: a.m.--Morning Worship. Sunday Watchtower Study 8:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. merited "Propoaal No /", and for delivered PayingProgram 1/ 1 reg. $5.95Sprinkler Tabu

I 11:00: a.m. Children's Church. 1:13: p.m. through the mill or In person I ; ;:
to the office of the City Clerk, 'Water
I 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service '1'ue.daylW>l. Study 1:00: p.m. City Hall Clewl.ton Florida.

Wednesday; Thursday Ministry School: 7:30: CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST CITY C. P.OF BLAIR CLEWISTON: 7 95 Lipstick
1 '7:41: ".m.-<:)rlait'l Ambassadors. p.m. Hooker Point City Maaaaer.CN H

I Service: Meeting 8:30: p.m. Paul Strickland, Pastor No. 411 An*. S -tT. 1II

I Thursday: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School == price reg. $1,50
I Rococo orB ICtIDC'l'lOW!
7:30: p.m.-Pr.yer and Bible ST. MARGARETS CHCTtCH 11:00 l.mMarDln Worship
It known that' J. TOM
Study. Father Robert A. Hostler Wednesday: ADAMS Secretary of State of
t Friday 8:00: I.m.-.sunday Ma... 7:00 the Btate of Florida, do hereby
: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. give notice that a GENERAL HATS 75cDRUG
,1 r coo p.m.-Royal Rangers for 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass Saturday: MJCCTION will b* held In Hen.
I Boys. 7:00: l.mFlnt Friday Mass. 7:00 p.m.-Youth Meeting. dry County, Florida on Tuesday
next cuoeeedlnv the tint Monday
---- In November. A.D" IMI, th* Mid 1.:r
This Weekly Church Feature la Sponsored By The Following Tuesday ..Inl'' the third day of.
14'i : November, to fill the followingetfic.at II"
Hendry Unted States Senator
County Howell
; Floyd Agent Parkinson' Inc. Representative In Congress forth
Sixth Congressional District All Swim CAPSprice
I' Phone 34501 STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete DepaiUneut Stan Three prime; ((1)trtu.::::*.of I, th I *and Bas I PASS UPI 3

I Three ((1)) Judges of the District
Clewiston Federal Court of Appeal for the Second Needs
Kelly Tractor Co. Giddens Furniture Appellate District Group A, COnce 1/2 Electric H
'I Phone! i-6501 (1) Circuit: lu4..lrthOo..r.o
Store 't Judicial Circuit. .
Cities II Bayer Charcoal Starter
"If Easy to Pay Royal's Inc. Secretary of StateComptroller ,

j j / .. Service The OldeJens Way Treasurer Commls.loner' Agriculture ASPRIN Scottie Pak reg. $4.95

f. ,.... -..'"'.. ., Attorney Superintendent.tr"oUon O.Cersl of Publlo laFlorida I 100 reg 79c TRAVEL BAG $1.89

: '. .' Public Utilities Coenmfestoner
I ) : ...----.
RAMBLER AMERICAN '' But Attorney of the .Twelfth 590
Judicial Circuit 1 98
Public Defends Twelfth Judicial
Circuit !! Limit 2 Quick Action
: \ One (II) Member of the House ef
::1 BREAKS County Represents Judge... I __ reg. 3.98 STARTER
Clerk of the Circuit Court

r Rambler buyers get biggest choice and best trades ever I Tax Sheriff, Assessor.
Tax County Collector Superintendent of Public Myadec CAR MATS reg.

,. .. Inatructloa
Supervisor of Registration 19
Three 11)) Member of the Boardof I VITAMINS :

,(f. t. Big savings. .in thef County 1, I and Commissioners S. Districts 99c While last!

r .. I f Ram t:AmerkaniRingI I;and opmlaIIjt 4. -:::: :of: ..,the Districts I Board 100 reg. $7.79 ___

Two (I) Justice of the Peace
Districts t and I. I reg. $2.98 pair
: Two (I) Constablsa, District 1 our price $4 98 Feat h

i I, led 1le Testimony Whereof I "'" All Colors erI'

.', have hereunto set my Limit >1 t
I : band. and the Great Salof -.... DUSTERS
I 1 the Stale ef Florida,
I Ir at Tallahassee, the C.pl.!
'I'j tal this the thirty-tint .. Foam Rubber Seat// J reg. 98c
i day of July A.D.. 154 4.
Secretary of State % price
Aug. t. II. It, 1T, 1114 : 98e
CN No. 483

I I I;, Now Its official! More people have already! hug choice of styles, Colon equipment and LEGAL Sealed Kernel proposal TO for BIDDER the construction I Just in time for football games Big Laundry

I' bought Rambler Americans: for '64 than were with glamor option* like bucket seats coa- of the 1144 Addition 190 ecos

sold I in any other entire model year J soles, floor-shift transmissions and the rest to Hendry Clewl.ton County Elementary, Florida, will School.b* BASKETS

I ; But Its jroo-snd! Rambler buyers the coun- And every model give you Rambler's famed received by the Hendry CountyBard Beautiful
: : Place
j try ovcr-rwho:' can really cash In on this all-out; extra at no extra cost-Advanced Unit Con Bella Florida of Public. on Instruction or before: .La-:00 R: 1L_ Mats reg.. 90c'ANACIN

I ); make the year's most exciting, most saving Armored exhaust system, to name just a few. they 1554 will.t which 110 publicly tl", open/and" 49*

I + buys-not only on thrifty American, but on Com* I In. Look over: all the Ramblers, lakeroomyClasaiaandluxurbmAmbeasadontoo roadopies' of the Proposals Contract 59e

I advantage of the year'' very best saving whileYoin Documents, Drawing. andSpecifications ,$1.25 Limit 2
i i get Mg, big ,trades and irresistible we're going great guns-and get your buy-of eligible General may bs Contractor obtainedby 98c ...-
H deal on just the.Rambler you want-from a a-lifeume on a Rambler fowl I from JAMES M.:HARTLEY, ARCHITECT reg. -----
IMS Harrison Street.Bollywood. .
of the Superintendent of Public Llmif
I Instruction Courthouse, LaBelle 2 Table
.f Florida. A deposit of (15.001.I required Thrifty
for each first ..t of
: Drawings and Specifications. Is-
r ( ued to each General Contr..tor.Addltlon.1 .--, Lamps
\ i'i't i'h sets may be obtained. Tissue
A by paying reproduction ***t, 98*
which eat will not b. returned..
'i" The full I amount of the deposit Ansco _
l ,i .. will b* refunded to all Bidder. reg. 35'c
provided all document are returned
'}j to the Architect la recd' FILM ,
Rr condition, within IS daya after Booster
the Bid Opening. aub.eontnetenDeny fP 21* Battery
obtain documents .by paying 620 and 127 .
reproduction eo.t. which _twill
not bo refunded. Docum.ntemay CABLES
b* examined free of chargeat Limit 2
Each the Architect'prepoeal, .meet office.b* _aecomChock.- 3 f for 990% reg. $1.49

r pealed by a Certified .
Caahler** Check or Bid Bond *x- reg. $2.49

Moat exciting be?among luxury,high,9aartnC choice: ever In big-room Sixes Muted .by licensed'th* Bidder to do and basin SuretyCompany *** 99*

,I (1 performance V-ls -the Rambler orV-8*-Rambler: Classic lSlxfooter In Florida, In a sum equal. to'' $1.49 ThermoBottle _
r cent of the' amountf
P Ambassador I Sporty option galore. roomy lnaldo- Im outside. "M'l.r:. bid. Th Bond le I required Mary Sherman .
a* a guarantee that. If
r '1 1 the Bid I. accepted, a Contract { Moth Balls and
will b. entered Into and the performance
I ef It properly. secured. BUBBLE BATH
The uoesssful bidder' will .b* required Thongs
: : RAMBLER YEAR-END SELLING SPREE to execute a Performance Moth Flakes
/ed1E ',iDi / Bond covering' and Including! all reg. $1.50 pts. 690
labor aad matartala.I The Per
route.* Bond ball be written 2 pair reg. 69cI
; 'S the amount of en* hundredl -
i RAMBLER'MOTORS ( e) per Cent ef the Contrast. -
BEMBRY lO-oz.490
{ Price. Limif 39t
Proposal filled. ::r-.rO: : net properly be 490

: I : 321 E. Sogarlaod Hwy. ''Clewi ton, FT i u Ph. YU 2.1201ternlhA9Mh'An6lfoAdtwlyT detached qualifying from: th letter. Specifications.No er statements Limit 2

will b* cen.ldered. ,
onCBS-WW' BID submitted. for a ., ,. _m. t
d nwdiaf/vwlr.i> 1 z
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'rr1r RudyWlM .
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FOR SALE-19' Inboard Cabin ALL MAKES: 31" USED TV C1ew1a1loD I'lorlda THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pap f I

cruiser 70 HP. Universal SETS. Guaranteed.. $1 .M Thursday. August 'T, 111M
Engine: Head, will take trade. down $''.114 per month. LAKE:
Sat George Landers TV & Radio APPLIANCE: CO YU 3-7151. tic
ADS Service Center. YU 3-1221.
lap Harlem News

FOR SALE-20.000 rough lemon ;l stfAH;, :rOU ,1 ."( ( !
HATES! FOOT, FOR SALE*-2 bedroom house FOR HP Inboard SALE-22-ft Owens 220 SUP COVERS: and drapes Custom : seedlings. Average soda straw LOST-Mr dog Charier, black, News of Our Colored Community ,
per 1 JertiOA. TI R H. Crawford YU 1-3031. Cruiser Includes made. Complete line of ie. Call Harvey Page, HO 5W21 lone haired SO pounds. Re !
per JDolor many accessories. Excellent Lake Placid Fie MRS JANIE S. OAJADHA Colored News Editor '
nflnro chal" ': tour tic condi t loa. drapery and slip cover fabrics.Free Itp ward. Jody Hendry, YU 3-7421. I .
Recent Insurance Phone YU 1-7651
of three estimates Call YU 3-5BU. tar .
!h. FOR SALE-4 bedroom house.One evaluation of $2500. Win sell Van Cotbtrn's Custom :Furniture Evelyn Lee
yUkoa 1-1201 block from grade school. for $2000 Owner being trans and Upholstery. tic LOST Gold Hamilton WristWatch I"wI I ,:
!'BONE $800 down. Na closing cost. ferred. Call Lou Fendt, YU 2- In vicinity of the Methodist Fenenal -u.. \ ;
.. whose .IDee UMJ W. D. King. 4063, YU 3-1381. Ito BLUM SONS PLASTERING. FOR SALE-45 Ft House Trailer. Church. Sunday. Mrs. Bar
,. .t' eJ..u1e4 .61 Very Best Work- Two bedrooms with two Lee. YU 3-4623. ltd Display Mr. Leroy Williams has returned : I
II two sea M TWO M-FOOT LOTS ON LAKE: BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY We Save You Money rooms added on. Two 50'xUV from Tampa Fla., where ". !.
w pick. I'Cr1.tal f7teeW. JUNE, for sale. 13.750 each. Vend bags of Ice Cubes ,Simulated Stone lots. Fenced $3500. See George he visited with his mother Mrs. ,:
.. IIsIe) .r tile Nan Terms 113 aypuy mud helrf Placid HO 5-4635. tic than 5 cents to make Including ...Center. YU 2-1221. Itp ti I
Pisces Licensed and Insured .
DE/are. cost of ba,. "" ...
... WedDe Retail for 25 to 40 ClassifiedsBob '.
eeJIItI before r cents. Equipment cost Is ap- Z5 Years In Business FOR SALE-CM kitchen stove Mr. Doretha Hill Is the houseguest :11'
..,. 1EAI .STATE FOR RENT prox. $2500. Write or call far 3850 Lora Street and I piece sectional couch. ib1JOBS of her daughter Mrs. Almetta :
tory' representative. Russ Odor Fort Myers, Fit tie Odd chair.YU 3- 7Jl. Itc "Osborne, Hartford Conn. i
5211 Stratford Ct.. ED 74171 or OX 44374ha. I
Cape Coral, FOR SALE Maple finished Mrs. Osborne Is convalescing at :
FOR RENT-Furnished room Call Liberty 3-3560. Overholt'sTrailer
with kitchen privileges. Phone FOR PROMPT, QUALITY repair youth bed mattress and her borne from recent surgery.Mr .
YU 2-6021. Itp service, take your car to springs. Good condition. 120. Sales w:
.LOSE WEIGHT safely with friendly Jim Maxham. service Call YU 2-7501 from M. AfterS and Mrs. Frank E. Carter '
GREATER THAN FOR" WANTED i WOMEN I New and heed and children, Bloomfield, '. I ,
RENT One bedreem Dex-A.Dlet tablets Only 98cat manager at Chuck Wells :Motor call YU 2-1751. tic ta bouses acreage SIS Central Avenge Conn, are the house guests of "
bouse. Phone YU 2-6881. tic your drug store SeptlTp Co. or phone YU 3-450U
We hsve customers Mr. and Mrs. Leo Woodward c ,
M. SeplOc rhODe YU 3-1831
Wanted In
Baby Sitting
Mobile Bon .
.Ust your property with FOR RENT Fuinuned cabins W. H. Lander 1963 Immaculate Used home weekdays. 31* W Obispo and family. Friends in Clewls r;;
2 bedrooms,
1 Beardsley. Ph. YUjEAt and trailers. Johnson Fishing kitchen, Ave. YU 3-1633. Itp ton are very proud to greet and r-
dining room,completely
miscellaneous chat with them.Kindergarten .y '
Camp. YU Mill. tic FOB SALE! f9rSaieComparative1y furnished and set-up on lot. r,
J4.350. Financing arranged for '- -: o'
Hlldegard Knot
ESTATE FOR SALE-Upright piano $100. qualified buyers. Models open WILL TRADE, EDWARDS'Plumbing Netle ,
I oedrooia frame. TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or Recently reconditioned Can dally I to 9.Sunday after church Friday August 28, 1964, the '
_, Immaculate. trailer space for rent. FairGrounds sew 3-bedroom be seen at 712 Cortea St. YU 32411. dewlsbon Trailer Sales, phone Repair Whltneld's Kindergarten will be .
)E-2 bedroom frame, Trailer Park. Phone Ue YU 3-2661. tie Replacements.Installations. open for registration from ':00 :t
p 33044. tic CBS Honda WILL TRADE tote er acreage A.M. until 12:00: noon and 1:30: '
FOR SALE-Motorcycle !
2 ac available. FOR SALE!: One oMct desk:, for good Lake lot to build a P.M. until 3:00 P.M. Parents
305 Dream. Night I YU 2-71U,
,NEW BEDROOM. 2 NEW APARTMENTS and A very good buy! Day YU 2-6001. Mrs Hancock. formica, also student's desk.secretary cabin on In Lake Placid. ,BUI Trouble Shooting please bring your chad. In or ?1i
two bedroom Alr<<'lldltloaed. Blum S350 Lora St., Ft Myers.Fla. der that understandthe J '
I frame home. Hardwood Call YU 3-6673. tic none YU 3-SK1 Aug27o chair and two stenog. "Septic Tank A you may k. ;
chairs. Double A Roofing Co.Su.rland Ue SpecMtjT plan. Your cooperation will '
knA HOMES In Broward. FOR KENT: -Trailers and Trailer J. M. Lankford FOR SALE: 20,000 rough lemon Highway, YU 3-1131. be greatly appreciated l
leach and Dade coonMiious spaces. Royal Palm Trailer Beg. Beat Estate Broker seedlings Average soda straw tic Call YU 2-6711 Mrs. Vera WhitfleldInstructor v'
sizes and prices.jeuapsyment. Park. Phone YU 3-2603. tic size. Call Harvey Page, HO 36021 Sewing Machine 325 E. Ventura h
Lake Placid, Fla. Itp FOR SALE Parakeets: O.OO Mrs. Lottie Williams t:
Efficiencies and FOR IUNT-I! and 3 room furnished up Mynah birds, African lovebirds Repairs Assistant Instructor ., ;r:t'fIce
I available.uu apartment. Phone 2- monkeys, cages, auppll'LPet '!"t:
KI u vacant lots to select 1271. tic boarding. Thompson Wild SINGERSales Memory el the late '
Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 31238. SNtUG''P.1
fcr an purposes. Various FOR RENT bedroom trailer FOR RENTFURNISHED tic Service f Lettte Bene Pew .
iTerau. with large room added. Phone INFo1ON
AND INCOME YU 2-3252. tie REOISTEKCD: CITRUS TREES Parts RentalsBrand r
FOR SALE-Ready to go. J, new touch and sew
tTroNTHLY RENTAL Re- FOR RENT -+ Unfurnished du M. TomliiiMO. Ooa, Fla. Phone machines on display"at Boots Guides Gas Ice
(CBS eoastructlon,125,000. plex. 512 South Atlantic. REW784: tfo CARITHERS: RADIO & TV. fishing Tackle: Supplies ,
TERM, low Interest. tic 3-2 Bedroom Glades Merchant! Co. Authorized
Apartments FOR SALfc: :
-Payroll J envelopes
and ranch Singer agent in store
cue grove HOUSE FOR RENT OR-SALE printed with fora* for social every Saturday. Please call
LISTINGS minimum NEEDED$50,000. -<:]yde Hatfleld. YU 3-3044. 2-1 I Bedroom Apartments security, withholding and other YU 2-6441 or come In 108 Fishing Camp
Fairgrounds Trailer Park. deductions.dox of WO. Clewlston Bond Street. tic Clewlston. flu
J. M. LAMKFOBD Aug20-27c UNFURNISHED News offlci. tI .

Its Zeal Eatate Broker FOR RENT House trailer. 3 "
I bit Sufarland Highway miles West of Ctewlston. Suitable
[Tire, Auto and General for couple. YU 34231. I-3 Bedroom House Sugarland Pharmacy .::

ilia.Insurance Ph. YU 34181 tic For information Phone YU 27501 .' It is time to start music lessons. We urge PIZZA .: ,I Ir

FOR RENT-Smafl bouse. Fur- r:;
|a MLE-House, three bed- nlshed. or unfurnished, 133 you to call soon since we, are expectinga YU 23311FOR Vi'"
per month. See Mrs. Sloan 433 .
\, CBS Home
| Bfuniihed. Furniture In E. Trinidad or call H. P, John- J.E. Beardsley heavy enrollment this year. ('

d coodltioa Call YU 23495.I ton tic ., i ii

| Bill Russell B. Judd Itp ANNOUNCEMENTS I t MISC BEGISTEBE3 REAL ESTATE BROKER Private lessons on piano guitar, ,organ SALE2bedrooms i "'"

Dear One Thou was mild and 'a'
I SALE Lot In Qty of 206 E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501 accordion steel guitar, banjo, violin and I-bath lovely jf.r,
i Haven,118.00 down and BATON LESSONS beginning Gentle as the summer breeze ..;, I
I* per month. Call YU 3- In Sept. Janet Adams. YU S1J73. mandolin. North of Sugarland Pleasant as the air of evening ..y, t '
.- DppD'GOULD It floats "
tieBusiness among the trees
Peaceful be thy silent slumber i :
I HOLDRIDGE MUSICNo. Peaceful the grave so low '
DADE.MONROEREALTY Thou no more will Join our num. ." W

I Directory I i ATTENTION! Francisco YU 24781 Thou her no more our songs shall t 'j j.j I

Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers know 1.. L: I
.ot W. ...rIa.... TV 34M1 !. '
Yet again, we hope to meet I.

3HNSON CARS BROS. WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING When the day of life Is fled ; ,
Then In Heaven with Joy to y.J fl
Ms lied US. Stalk Glades Roofing Co. .: ;
greet thee 1, '
The demand for fat t. ''R'
I fcuiporUtloa for your 4 Lew Cett Fans HeitfaceFEDKBAL AD 'Type ef Beef and Where no farewell tear 1s shed t ft!:
1e sided Miami CeatracUrs Inured : LAND BANK LOAN and stocker Sheet Metal Werk' Your loving mother Mrs. An- ., '
New CetMtnetfea:
'TeBeflnanee erBepair nie Pass and Family '
FIKE ESTIMATES Win Funlsk Cash J.be ;08 ti'" '

TOT rkOe Dealer 3.11K E. mad Owy.rneae e etebte.Ftauee .. cattle Is heavy i see, ;'
e fans tnprevesaenta, new bvUdtag*. aw.chase Phone 2-7111 ENJOY IT NOWt :
YU 3-3111 wind waehlne and install. trrtgatten. Day II' Igveehgg. What about this desk sign I oh
ARITHERS I Assist. .hi pnrekase ef a turn, gave er ranek.rrekte Buy only the P. O. lox 1243 DO IT NOW. Tomorrow there ':j ;
C men Iced.e CLmriSTOff.' may be a law against It
WHO sod TV SEE: US FORBOTTLED ........ capital finds fir the farm teiydee. cattle you want FLA. :\

I Blil|. 103 Bond St. AppliancesSalesService HAS ALL L Lewer THESE paysaents.S. ADVANTAGES. Johnson Cars :; ;;'

IVei' YU j.C441 L.gee terms. tap to St yean). For SALE. State Road 832 South ," "
.. Dnwidtble service serrbg agrlenftare wtvstntr '
wee 117)) =Sales Every Monday at 1:00: P.M. Most transportation for your ,ji .
CLEWISTONIMILER POWER GAS.CORPORATION. .. Fan prepayment privilege* wtthent penalty.I. : 2}/2 Acres money this sloe of Miami! :
Lean tervtee )y heal peeple Iimfflir with lead agrieattare. 5 '
SALESNew Acres ,
v U we eaa be ef service to yes ...... write er pheM 25 Acres
& Used YU 3-3101 'W. .. MAT Mgr. er' DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Aast Mgr. 320 Julia's t I
US .
27 E.


Title & Abstract Co. 2 acres with House Tinting. Styling; Cutting. No :;; f

1'S'i AND GROCERIES Till Abstract*-TUle bMrmaoenbUe BradentonP8ONB. These WY Will BeHe Glade. Fla. close inl I, Appointments. Friday and .e
74341(1 BRABEMTON. FLA. Saturday I
DnpUeatUg .
4es 7 1.11I, to 1 p.m. Bridge. St. sad-Park Ave.LaBene. Per iBfereiatlM. Can SM13Mrs. :
l ItoJpm. F1$. p. a lid Ml.OK 3-Bedroom I-bath lilte Sales rrepttete.. I

II ..r. UU1EVINRUDE Lot 1W x 130 I
Dan a Week Lots of trees I,

EVERy TUESDAY) $10,500.00 Harlem Club I,, '

,.Taar Spur or Moment Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc. :Favorite Mixed Drinks Fried ;

PIcuica .. Chicken, Flab. Hamburger ;
IIIIet last of dewlstoa Sales and ServiceNew 8 Beautiful Lots and other SandwichesRecorded 'I

But Beach i and. Used MetenIfartne together on Ridge I Mr. and Popular...... Band WIll WanHilton's .. '1.tt'

Iron Cattlemen Hardware Complete Line Of Frevrieten I,
Fares and .AeeeeeerlMMarine Moor. Raven
>h t v "*' .u CMadldata Safety KfalpmentFtone .- Canal.lot 60'x 100 I

ei WH he, a Vtth..ID*feral lug rates tees, Ytken 34111 Building Material A Real,Bargain! Grocery I IOrocerSel

R. E. WALDRONFor Fresh Meets I' f
fdera1 Land DadeMonroeRealty Vegetables Cold Drinks. E*.
Bank aentUl Items
We appreciate your patron-:
w ;
sr Wrv, Effldent:
prompt 3M W. Bogarlaod 't
R, R MAI Borne ddtvery For large or small YU 3-M41 OewUtoi Ur.udMn.'rnnnteaiFrwtteten _a. 't

alesaff.ndhg Call Bobby Gidc1-,. concrete jobs, our radio '

I1Ea5 Electric YTJ 3-131 controlled trucks will Elite Cafe and Grocery 1'1 n

deliver needs
Tampa Tribune your quick NEW LOCATION

-'calhftH"e a ly and efficiently and '
these 3.1231KATCOCK'S Home Cooked J'ood. : if ji'
Sandwiches, Cold Drinks CandU.
Ft. Myers Cookies and Ice Cream ,' '' I I

News Press JE xeIu8ive Atmosphere & "
8411 Service with a smile ,:- I
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I THE CLEWISTON NEWS Owiston Florida 20-xllH' garage. Mr and Mrs. home for Kenneth McDonald on tor all advertisement sold over mum of 10 credits: earned above
Thursday. August IT. 1M4 Ed Watson are constructing: a lots 1, 2 block 431. The home, $1,400 (avenge i\ales\ for the grade nine.
(23.000 home on lots 12, 12. 14, estimated to cost $8,000 will beN'4"x26' last three :years). ((3)) The student may be excused '
IS block 21, Del Monte avenue. in size. Present at the meeting were from attendance tot the Most raw mar v'Is
Peace River Electric Company, Their home will be a brick L. S. Platt who has two storied president Ernie Miller, directors third year in the grades 1012.()
August building for construction of a main feed veneer residence. 62'xSO with a2T"x23'8" and two one-story apartment George VelCre. Corbln 3. (W> The atudent may be
er electric power lint lor the garage. houses Is constructing an- H. Stalls, Ted Gallo. and Hat- awarded a diploma of graduation
120.000 item.Topping Kendall Construction Is also o the r one-story apartment field, Mrs Eula O'Neal and with his regular class or
tops $100,000 other permits are building two CBS residences In house with four units, on lot Jack Burt.Comrie at a time convenient to the principal
two S23000 homes now under block 434 facing Obispo Avenjein 24. block 345. East Trinidad. based on the following:
f Building permits issued In construction on Del Monte avenue the 500 block. These homes The building is ft9'>27' and the 1. Student has completed two
Clewlstoa during August have Kendall Construction Company are estimated! to cost $6.300 cost is estimated at 116,000.
college semesters or equivalentwith
1 already passed the $100,000 Is building for Greg Esser each. They will be 48'x24 and Echols Collins Co., a plumbIng is playing normal class load and
mark and there Is only one a CBS home on lots 22-23 and will be similar in size but not outfit from Belle Glade, is
t maintained at least a C
; J S20.000 public works permit in west half of 24. block 22, which identical in design. building an office and warehouse averageor
j if the lot The city contracted with will be s.',"* by MT' ,with a Lee Hughes ia building a CBS building adjoining Phil Jamaican tourneyWalter equivalent ref lned info
Davis' shoe shop lot 24, block 2. The student's cumulative
!i. : 355 East Ventura..The buildingwill folder shall show adequate notations
r 1 R. Comrie Is in Jamaica work
% be 25'xlOO' and covering the accomplished tt
C.IDAA .will cost
I. an estimated $6,000. this week playing In the All while in college., I
t Wm. C Pelham obtained a Jamaica Hard Court Championships This program of graduation
permit to build a'tram. addition which opened at Mande- requirements was "adopted at
to his home on lots S, 6, 7 vllle Jamaica Monday Com the August board meeting .t.
rie is member of team with sugar
block D, a a
GolMew. at an estimated
four from West Palm
1 cost of $3,000.
Beach Langford and Bob,Harris
Jerry Erneston and Bill

Fair directors Walker.
The liaison/ officer attached to
the British West Indies Central ( 1

i.I II I plan enlargementof Labour the 24th Organization in consecutive the tournament will year.be appearing for He S PHILCO Noiseless l lIiffth1r41iN

started playing there at age 19
spaceDirectors when he was a resident. of ,
Jamaica. I I .
of the Hendry Coun ; /
ty Fair and Livestock Show, I j jMIDSUMMER
Inc., heard bids to furnish tents
: SUMMER for outside exhibitions during
the 1965 show at their meeting r
Tuesday night Clyde Hatfleld
i who is in charge of exhibit
: space and advertisement sales,
SELIOlJ1llo1v. report interest from auto and
implement dealers and would
make his final recommendationat

i' it's to be the held next Sept meeting 22. which will

easy move ut to Chrysler Frank,In other Veltre business reported; J Director that the

flag pole had been painted and .

,I $ $ IHJMIMIDJl EEE lD) <$Jf; $ (ffiWW o (o ffi the building that Treasurer very the. would front near John of future.be Corbln the repainted exhibition reported in SALE

i.1 if' 1EllY SOD( illMEAN IM iffi@(o Gratton through accounts that $197.50 George the had efforts of been The the of delinquent remaining Director received! one 19,000 BTU Re*. $449.95 NOW $349

amount Is small and George
plans to send reminders to those two 14,000 BTU Reverse Cycle Reg. $389.95 NOW $28U
: P'WE BUSINESS! this week si that all outstanding
I 1 accounts receivable may be four 16,000 BTU Reg. $399.95 NOW
paid prior to the sale of this
j i year's advertisements and exhibit Mr Comrie came to Clewis- .-
I We're 'overstocked with new shipments. Save a bundle NOW. space ton two years ago in his present "ILCO 'AC4' DIAL THE AIRFLOW IN ANY
l' .1 A request from the Rainbow position. He has been 1 largely
All models. All colors. You'll like the deals. The trade-Ins are ,Girls to sell candy in the exhibit responsible for the upsurgeof DIRECTION FOR DRAFT-FREE,

1 highest everl Biggest sales drive of the year! Come on down NOW! .the Assembly building was was tabled notified and to tennis residents Interest, who among are Clewiaton making -- _f see Oi WALL-TO-WALL COOLING

i contact the concession firm excellent use of the city-re .e Choose from 7 decorator fronts to
I See Bell City Amusement Co. novated and lighted courts in match your room decor Pushbutton
i I"" your Chrysler Dealer-the best of the big car men Directors approved the purChase Central Playground He has a Controls Automatic Thermostat
of annual supplies including group of youngsters who are 'P Ii < {i; >< I Special( Ventilation Control
i bumper strips window benefiting from his expert .;;"/ < ,, >
cards, ribbons, trophies crowns coaching, and who promise to w' i WorkTs finest coding system
and restroom supplies.. They help put Clewlston/ on the ten ""'Ifi /, .. .. ;- < I
I BECK MOTORSHighway also agreed to solicit placement nis circuit In future year ., ";I. 1 S FULL YEARS

of additional street lights on the! -- -_. Phllco warrants to original US purchwr ..
j grounds by the City ;r"Hf 2'GerMIed. for five rears attar piuchaM, fiwxchanvo
and San Benito Street' CleW As an Incentive,the board or at Phlleo' option repair (d II'
lton Fla. Board
also approved a request of Hat- adopts alvdlac: tlawpontaUwv ..""'e and labor
field to pay 15 percent bonus charges ash flnlihM) of any part def..
(Continued the la material or workmanship and ra.luroad .
I from Page 1))
throurfc Phllco' d.aler-dl.irlbuiw
11 12)) who received a commitment M hyara organisation.CKRTiriED.
from the !tamer principal authorizing astlN
their graduation dur n.ray. : : COOLI10 CArMITWS: :
:1 n ing the 19B445 school tam MOM eTee i. iee e aw/UK
GRAM: Schools
may accept the
following procedure as listed in aa ..a
( "O'Ja SB aU four of the following require.ments Carithers

//1 (2)) Student is accepted by an
accredited college after 108 Bond Street Nickell!
completion Bldg., Clewiston Ph. YU
of two fun school year
r /1 BOY of the grades 1042 and a mint-

I t'j'

/ .", ,I L Fastest gun in, the. county

tI la&rlcating farm machinery Isn't the timE eaancauaf chore it

I : I. used to be.Standard OU'i MultLPurpost GlUM cartridge ended .

all that:When used with Standard's EcotxtCreaM: Gun, you
.1 : can load and use In 30 eeconda. And them BO contamination

11k of grease; Your Standard Oil Man will gladly. demonstrate thia
timeand-work saved!

J. F. HOWELL. Agent Clew&ton., Fla.
r W Italian Mohair Sweaters

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