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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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pratt resigns from board, j


). "Dedicated to the advancement of Hendry County and, America's Sweetest Town" 1 ,


VOLUME 37 NUMBER 38 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1984 Return Postage Guaranteed, Sec. 345.3, P.M. Subscription $4.00 year J I

J. Nobles is
I L appointed


Wm. E. Bolton appointed directorof k ftl'ftl'I


chairman of the Mis Lyn VauhIand, Miss
;
I SPrat Board of Public InctiOn Yvonne Etstham were appointed \ r GSGC agricultural' department I l.
J to teaching positions in the y+ ?y
M1
boardatThursday School j[t- M la l
Elementary at Clewis
tin, of that Luis deArmas, general manager .September 1st, to head the department /1 e'{ h'ajr /
colypratt ton. Willie\ Scott
his was
appointedto
was honored by of the Glade County Sugar of cost system devel- : brk
Harlem ,
Academy to '
l. the Democra- replace Grower Cooperative, Moore 1.o meat and control deArmass
nominee for tate repre- Louis Henderson who resigned Haven has announced the ap id.

t II", submitted his rellper Attorney Harry P. Johnson 7t polntment, of two new men to Mr. Bolton and Mr. Jones are 14 'I'Ii'ol
to reported he has closed
member practically -
board
school the Cooperative staff. .t
b
,
ally In
engaged planning'
r : Septem- all the deed for lot needed r
'+ f fL. fa Wm. E Bolton has been appointed ,
pernor Would a ,
not ex- for the Daniel School proper. p t t! e record harvest of the 1964-
director
His! term of the entire
IlJltiI December 30. 1961. ty. Superintendent Carl E. agricultural department of the & sugar crop presently growing

'1 board adopted resolutions Hornsby reported that the portable cooperative deArmas said. Mr. oi the 20,000 acres in Glades, ?
the Spratt for his good class-room I* ready and Bolton hal been identified with Hendry and Palm Beach counties
sending faithful effort to serve the will be occupied by the school the development of the Florida for the 53 cooperative member :1:1'r

needs oj Hendry county, on Monday. sugar Industry for many year, .. :
dIoOl biJ foresight and judeII The board gave Ernie Redish was formerly! associated with J DeArmas noted that the ex-
;lot! conducting the affairs permission to assume the duties the United State Sugar Corporation pension project is continuing on .t d
ooard. Members of Hendry County Civil Defense and more recently with schedule$ and* that the harvest \. yr! ,
lilted the retiring chairman director. the Harley Watson Farm, Lake<< season will begin on or about
wallet a. token of their The board will accept bids on Harbor November first, weather permitting
di a $6,000 worth of science: equip The other appointment, Is the .

stfe* dated the meeting no ment for the three high ichoolxi\ promotion of Doyle Jones, who ,'5 Both Mr.Bolton and Mr. Jones 1

Lithe ant had been ennouncJTcivernor :- in the county; funds from th \ J. NOBLES has been with the firm since are residents of Clewiston. .",
ls
Yarns BryantIJevtf 'National Defense Education Act rwere' ,
members anticipate wUl provide 45% of this cost. Receive Appointment i

appointment will be made Included In the equipment are Lewis J. Nobles, Jr. of La- Sound adventureat
2m the next' regular meeting 10 microscope for each schoolat Belle., has been appointed by ;
October 8th at which the a total cost of $3.000; and Governor Ferris Bryant a* a .
tut will reorganize and elect even overhead projectors to be member of the Hendry County "

? chairman divided among ,the schools. Board of Public Instruction for' Lions meetingEd I;,;,
Present at tb 'meetln, were district 3. Noble will completethe ;1ji 1\
Chairman Spratt, Claud Gld- unexpired term of J. R. t: -
den. Joe M. Hall Mrs. Elsie Spratt, who resigned to become Moxley of Inter County of the "Hindenbur," recalled :

Futch and Mr*. Blanche McCormick : state representative of Hendry Telephone It, Telegraph Company etnotlon-pncked history, d, .,
,
members Superin- county. presented an "Adventurein TIlE TmtTIETH CONSECUTIVE CHARTER lie history ever 1,808 boa bad take part In ; ,
tendent H o r nib y, Supervisor Sound" at the Clewiston Lions ;.Moxley who is Clewiston
Coin, and Finance Officer Hudson Nobles appointment Is effective : dub luncheon last Thursday, although manager of his company and was received last week by Boy Scout Troop No.Ml Scenting. Present at the meeting w.re. front I '(
Graham. October first, and will be in a ribbing advance notice also a Lion led his audience of Clewliton. Daring thUMPriod the troop row, left to right Bayward Rich Tommy B." i

for two years ending. December in the Lions Bulletin he was through early recordings: In mOoDOIural has been sponsored by the American Legion lard Danny Nelsofc. Harry Spearai Mated.Jerry .

County agentsat 31. 19C8. previewed ,a* an unidentified sound and demonstration First Baptist Church Community Presbyterian Walton, Barney Bryan, Lanny, Sutton Ellis !: : t
e conferenceCounty Nobles Is a well-known farm scientist: from BeU Laborato in high fidelity and climaxed Church: and presently by the Klwanl dub.fteratmaster Clark and Alma Phillips; standing Scout

er and business man of Hendry riot his presentation with a A. H. King ha been associated with master King, Skipper Hall Richard Meredith. .j: r.r'
Agent Ted Gallo and County and has been active in Moxley began hi* audio expedition it
the troop for many years and noted that during Chip Fuller and Kenny Braanan. -fitaff rll.... :
Assistant Agent Jerry Flint left public affairs for several year with a tape of Alexander of Stereo High Fidelity with "
Monday for Gainesville where. He i is a director of the Hendry Graham Bell's first telephone etch gourds! a* a four-englned "f
they are attending the County County Bank and a member of transmission and progressed plane fan jets, a ping pong
Agent Conference at the Extension the City Commission of LaBelle. through the era of game and the nostalgic sound
headquarters at the University He Is a graduate of the University communications: : advancement ''of an old steam engine 'pass- Lee gets contractfor Fred Vancil ii r
of Florida. of Florida with a degree In spearheaded by Bell Telephone ',I sag! by gets :

The conference ends Friday. business administration.His Laboratory research. t( >ob Adam was program

wife is the former Geraldine The quality of Edison's first chairman.. W. A. (Bill) Daviswas ri
levee sectionArmy I
J. R. SPRAT Correction Burchard, daughter of the jramaphone recording: was contrasted welcomed back to the club. I, ) ,
Submits KetifnatloaJuprndior The amount for the leasing of late George Burchard and Mrs. by taped sound with Lion President Greg Easer condpcted : '
the Clewiston Airport 1* $75 Flora Burchard. They have the first ".talkin, picture" and the meeting. The local Jacksonville marina I lease i
in
John Coin report- monthly, and not $S a* was reported three children, Georgia Gayeand reproductions of early: radio lions were reminded of upcoming Engineer new ; i
A. GII the accreditation status in the story last week. Mary Beth, school girl broadcasting. The Duke of fund drivel, Halloween Fungal today announced the
t tD Hendry County School Th. error was a typographical and George Emory a kinder- Windsor'% abdication broadcast \ and Membership Improvement award of a $121.340 contract for I

to Dine high Schools, dewisM cne. gartener.dlsolved ,and the report of the burning Program. raising a section of the Herbert Fred Vancil of Clewiston was 'that be will repair the facilities +

Harlem, LaBelle. are aemdilcd > I'I Hoover Dike on the southwest awarded the lease on the City a* needed; keep the premise
and UK Clewiston :Elemtirjr : It marina, at a special meeting clean and
shore of Lake Okeechobee: and orderly, and will provide

MlM".School Mr. Colas Is "fully...rrplalnedtdba ac-: ,also dI.cloled'that bid will,,, beppeaedOcL'331eri held Tuesday evening when the' such liability insurance a* } I
'.commissioners heard report by the city :require
state. rating i Is given a* Tigers in t05S-game-Friday: ,nightany .,, OQJI0Qslrr. Commlisloper. Bembry and Attorney "The offer of Hank Rucker of :, t G

"lecredited with warnln,", ".c- Acid Job at McCoy Air Force Potter on their Interview Miami was to pay .the city 15% "I ,
(rented with limited deficlen- with the two applicants for the the '
Base near Orlando. gross rentals; to provide
** and "fully accredited". In the game, Mandy Doug Rudd and Mandy Morrell. game time. I feel they will be The civil works contract lease. a $1,000 bond or escrow to guarantee .
tat coop at offer the high schools vocational In the First game of Morrell facing offensive pressure half backs and AI Morrell, ready," the coach concluded which calls for raising a 10-mile Vancil offered the city $50 per his performance and 'I"'I"of .II j
enough
ttattoa to be classed at quarterback for the first safety.Offensively.. section of the giant levees month rental; other terms of hours, insurance stock, etc. almost i t I
ai "fultwwdlted" season here time, handled himself like a vet- Bundy probably around Lake Okeechobee from his application were that he will Identical with Vancil's of t
b he laid. ,eran. Bobby Jones another !Inexperienced will call for Fat Baldree Don- Oaeh) Joe Bandy an- Hurricane, Gate No. 1 near keep the marina open all reasonable fer. Bembry and Potter felt j
AJ school principal were kickoff quarterback: performed nle Edwards, David Carlton on neoneed Wedneeday, that Moore Haven to Flsheattng hour seven days a that the two applicants mad ;
mot and discussed the acwttttion :- 8:15The equally well in runningthe the strong alder I Jimmy Dana Clewbton wU fill its epee Creek was awarded to RobertE. week; will keep a stock of approximately the same offers s rl I

report, and reported Clewiston Tigers will blue unit, with Al Morrell Johnny McGee and Smltty #'ol- date. oa September .ZS, withBearereat Lee It Co., Inc. of Manning,. Standard petrolelum products, but the deciding: factor with the Ii
to needs and progress of at Defray Beaeh.Kickeft tackles and bait and other similar commission was that Vancil
football and Henry Bowden as running hill or Dannie Yoder on the S.C. The South Carolina firm
the 1964 season
an 1Choo1l. open time 3:80: ... Items for stale 14 and 18-
; agreed to
operate the
Friday night on Cane Field backs. weak skier Doug Rudd at center submitted the lowest of five bidson facility
Clewiston. with annual rival Looking toward Friday night. : Mandy Morrell."QB; Henry Bandy stressed that this the work, the .Army Engineers foot aluminum boat for rental; personally and Rucker plannedto

Plans ,Pahokee. The game 1* considered Bundy named the following Bowden and Al Morrell. HB; was ene-year contract only said, Completion within give it personal supervision,
completed' a toss-up, a* each team probable starting defensive Billy Davidson Gaynam: Eachstrawor ie fill epee dates for both 200 calendar days l is required. to retain his :Miami employment -
ha* been picked by various team: Jim Dana or SammyLang Sammy Lang at FB. ban dabs and feat .U does Raising the height of the dikes hiring another person I
forecaster Came time 1* 8:15. LE; Johnny McGee: LTI| "I believe the boys are physically .. InHeote. any effort. return around Lake Okeechobee will Parking to operate the marina. He planned
for new 4." club Coach Joe Bundy wa well Earl Forshee MG; Edwin Cato. and fundamentally ready .to the Son Coast ear permit greater storage of wa- to come to C1ewllton and
pleated with the result of the RT; and Pat Baldree, RE. Henry for the game'Friday," Bundy I..... The game wU eem- ter in the liquid heart of the to. be at the marina only on II IIbut
ass have been completed pre-eeason Blue-Gold game Saturday Bowden, Smitty Polhlll and said. "Their attitude needs (4eto a tea game acbedulefor Central and Southern Florida weekend*, holidays 'and some
lit Sept. 21 organizational night Outstanding linemen Donnlet Yoder line backers; some bolstering, however by the .'Tigers. Flood Control Project change for other Both time.
IIEIiD( of the new 4-H Wildlife In the simulated game men were made familiar
11II with the term under which the
waservation Club for Hen- were Smltty Polhfll and Johnny Tiger Varsil ty Squad
*T fcuaty In city lease the property from
Clewlston. into
He McGee. Sammy Lang came
IIrbDc J I I will be held at 4 p.m. his own at fullback and gained nite US. Sugar Corporation saidBembry I
'Ie Friday and understand that =r
County
Ajent office In over SO yard* from ccrimage. '; iiIt ll1lc', tt".Y, "-t i
these
lair Croundi.n Lan,'. showing bas caused a ,,r 'il.1" \ ,, : :\if'' / iIJJ ', : :t'J t/t a, ,se' N.. lessee.limitation They pass on to the
also
Informed
*! alto win be club shuffling of the original "(tart- I : '" Chief of police Wendell Whaley were i' I
a for
t.IBeDt and" Ita fIrst meeting ing" backfield. Bundy said. ) : ; :i.: : f'i J : ::: has announced that a new on the that marina the building and 1 shed 1 1 I
111 be property own :
Md parking arrangements will be
later the hit '' I
well
same Both team played
eve- jr ed
by Luther ,'
lit iJ Lowe formermanager
:
( place to be announced hard and made a minimum of zt .l '.. used Friday night for spectator who has the ''I
flay Jensen assistant State mistakes with only two fumble .., !if j at the football game with privilegeof j
FIna 'wejter .. I Q ? 1 ? \ { 14 Pahokee. moving it prior to if he so j
will meet with occurlng during the evening '
!\ 1 desires.
b IIOup. and outllnll' wild despite Intermittent rain. :. ....'... "lT t, .... .il" ;"""'t If" 'Cf Because a n exceptionally\ i
Attending the
> commission
pellets.1Tul. .,. large crowd is expected the
.. I
"I found that I had 24 boys '
IIrr, r 81. \ P. S I 1. triangular Cane meeting were Mayor Jones,
assistant rather I. } i area adjoining
county ready to play football f 'r$ Commissioners I
Bembry, Slices
rot baa : .. Field will be blocked off and ,
asked that ., ,' J..
I many than the anticipated seven t. ,({ '" not used. McCarthy, and Mattson.
Innibla.attend ,t Spectators will be
the meeting Bundy said.Anotherr t I
e&e0+7. question mark' was Gr ,; ..Ss": 111. :, parked in the block: directly in
a
? P'
Street ban cad.. will be Mr*. Smith-Wnere did that
placed so that .traffic will flow naughty boy of your get that I,
Rotary receivesJamaican directly to the parking area gash on his forehead?
where police and members of Mr. Brown-Your little angel 'I

I Front row Dwight HalfleU. Gayaam Kackstraw. David Johnny MeGee Henry Bowdea. Rodney Becker Third the Volunteer Fire Department bit him with a brick. I

AareO Caesar Martinet;, Tow Harper Mandy Morrell row, assistant eeaeh Ernie BUI. Jimmy Dana, Jimmy. win direct car parking. Present
flag David Beirdtley. and manager Tommy Weather Seooad Neleoa. Bury Davidson Bobby. Jones; Sammy Lang Fat plan call for ears to be Teach your children
parked facing east with exit
Bobby Hare Dove ..... Gary Kedlsh. Emery Williams Baldree Denote Edward Lawrence Worth. DennleTeder an
alley between each two row of
IlotafJ Club flag from the Sing to J lose, either", he added row assistant _cia'J'recI Wmiams Dickie Campbell, Albert Naves,, Brace MoComrffle. Timmy car which will allow for departure traffic
Pont Jamaica club was, He said the aim of the athletic Smltty FolhUI David. Carlten, Beth Howard, Edwin Weaver aid teach Jee Btm41.fur PHOTO at any time during the safety

-.. 10 Clewl.ton Rotak department was not to produce Cafe Carl Bathceck, Was Vetaaqnes, Earl, Fershee, ',.me.
et- recentlyyvtiWalter professional athletes but to givea Chief Whaley urge the cooperation .
their well-rounded program with of the public, and hopes i i
b IIId .IS a guest at the high academic and moral standards Officers ask radio servke expansion of cityEfforts that the short walk win not be ( SCHOOL'SOPEN 1 .

...z Club In his former for a* many boy a* can too inconvenient. Last year, the : I
participate. Ted Gallo Introduced street were filled with cars

4rgtor ted and mw the speaker.Charles to expand the radio law enforcement officers '' taken under advisementand the license fee was excessivefor which created a dangerous
the club. 1* bawd E. Miner. Jr. was !Inducted service of law enforcement officers for the ensuing eight hour Leon Bembry and Attorney the small revenue. uation, and it 1*. hoped to eliminate La '\ ';
kSMAtls oIlam.lca and had Into membership In a in the Clewiston area to The tower serves city police, ,John,Potter were appointed a The commission this Friday night. In all ,
tt the heard a first '
M. Rota ry igsla14fra1 s brief ceremony conducted by day will depend on the sheriffs department and the committee to Interview the men probability this parking pro- I
: 'emblems W, P. Jernigan. with U. T. Koch 24 whether hour the a city can find the Florida Highway Patrol and and mike a recommendation to,, reading, of- ordinance amending ceedure'win be used In only! two 1 I t I II '
105 and attractionthe. sponsoring; the "home town fund to'pay a third operator to has provided Instant communication the commission. ordinance: 138 to permit use of of the five home games The .I I
I hlms! Mr. ComHe gave boy" was given a very warm the tation. Sheriff Earl which has been invaluable ,The commission voted formal a fiber pipe which conforms to opening game with Pabokee ,
C Ie baedptroa of his visit welcome Into the club and was Dres man and Chief of Police W. said the sheriff and chief. acceptance of the donation of a federal specifications: In certain: which will bring a large following
gI" kof7, assigned the classification of A. Whaley asked the city com With the advent of'the winter ,house at the city golf course condition from the lake area and the VnVt'13I'r
,-115101 .tbletle director general law practice. mission Thursday evening to season and the Increasing number from United State Sugar Corporation final game on November 20
lI1ber.Hip School told President I.. G. Vaughan announced furnish an operator for the station of transient laborers and at a valuation of 7/- Attending the meeting were with Okeechobee: which: has been '
'I eyw for 01 the football a district 899 conference located in the Hendry travelers it is highly desirablethat 81240. Mayor Tom Jones commissioners designated. Homecoming.Should ?. I '
morrow the M. n wnlch to be held October HO at County wb courthouse on Francisco round the clock operation The! commission heard It request Richard Mattaon and Leon: the weather not cooperate ..r I' J
ire night with a Boca Raton Hotel for all 'club* 1* maintained. they added. from Western Union Telegraph and a heavy rain fan '
85, Devu against: the Pahokeete from Ormood Beach south to Avenue. 1 now staff The offers to lease the city Co. for a reduction InlU Bembry., Attorney Potter, Pepufcr prior to the game, the cars will of Clewiston
Bundy was very Key West, and urged members The radio tower dayr-two* eight marina under the request forbids occupational license, now set at clerk Marl Webb; City probably be parked In the original City : i
I::: a"Ic.n't ten 7011 pa7'6 to attend. H. also announced ed 18 hour a However is were received from Fred $50. The ,company stated its 'Mtnager T.: C. Blair, and Utflitie .' parking Jot. rather than I .
;.;. It 1rID.stogy .meowl are' plan* are being made for the coed midni, and there IaDO.'dJrect Vancil. Clewiston and Hank gross receipts from dewiston Superintendent J. D. Quinton destroy the sod in the block ad Police ;
"I dabs but 1 can't tell Ladles Night program during at communication with Rucker, HIaleah. Their offer last year were $1.388, and stated joining the highway, Whaley Department t, ,
Game! we are go.. October. : '0' concluded.: .


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last for from Arkansas to the World's started out with one dollar, one And.
financially he
unable to
fage Two THE CLEWBTON NEWS dewtetoa. Fla. .ficient .airport.. Careful or consideration deal In per- more than I few months thould Fair Admittedly penniless, unemployed loaf of bread, one pound of toer than added eVer ,he II eayr
Thursday September 17, 1964 and making the journey cheese and one change of He before Ie
not b1J
the airport prosper. Isn't
Sonny Sez established the airport first; at
e He IU
clothes has
himself
second personnel that will give The value of a well known to attract attention to acquired a life the
he this is the way to jacket sleeping bag, compass, when
the best In service and contribute and liked person will have a says closed he poi Iba1
THE CLEWISTON NEWS the most to local and transit great deal to do with the financial break into Madison Avenue a supply of canned food and tropoU. It ''WIn! lilt
Each controversial issue has business. success of the airport where the big money U made In change of shirt and trousers year. open agar la
Avenue,Oewintoa two side and the current coun and publicity. $edepends
Published every Thursday at 109 Central The suddenness of the notification operation. Let's not eliminate advertising
\ Florida, by The dewiiton News Inc.. a Florida Corporation. ty-airport, management situation to vacate the property any possibility that might contribute on the generosity of --

j Entered as Second Class Matter February 1. 197. at the la no exception.The while maybe not In the, beat to the "Improved" successful those with whom he come In
Post Office la Oewistoo Florida, under the Act of Congress d county commissioner taste and manner leads one to operation of the airport. contact during his voyage and
have drawn criticism for their addedto he Isn't shy to admit It _
( March S. 1S79. believe the Improvement of the A typographical error U
h action In giving Jimmy Cock- first In a metal
forth U.
set
air facilities rate first with the the confusion In last week's He
:'", ORID4 NATIONAL EDITORIAL rill, the present manager a notice commissioners, Just a* It should news which said that a "new contrivance he made by welding And
'' N to'IClte.. had already together the hoods of two
t; g11 airport manager
i I'1f; : The commissioners base their be.However It U felt locally: and been selected and agreed to pay Buick automobiles.! When'' that

E +' IMHI""IM "- action on CockrUl's repeated certainly with some validity, $3 monthly" the figure capsized midstream, he clung the
aearts failure to act upon requests to gasoline
!r I that the airport managementshould should have been $75. tolaUon empty same
I : Subscription per year cleanup the place make suggested be placed up for lease -- can and drifted ashore. He passed
n
PatagGarate
and
A 04 (Return ) Improvement neglect and get the county out (of competition It was opinioned over the coffee his plea along from one N
grJQN BERYL BOWDEN Publisher In maintaining facility with private business cup that the ew five mile Chamber of Commerce to another to
'I' equipment The action is a result stretch of US 27 east of Clewls and one boat company to yoU
S. a STALLS Managing Editor of small Incident, The condition of the leaseshould ,
many
last deal longer another The Ouachlta Boat
will a great
ton
i include general appear
Telephone dullness and Editorial.! YUkon 3-1201
il : rather than any one major complaint
the first portion especially Company, Ouachlta Ark. loaned -
I; 'f t Advertising Rates oa application. The management reserves and the dissatisfaction ance requirement, and ihould than
if continue to keep him the boat and Martin fellal
for a successful operationinclude they !
,.- '" the right to reject any objectional advertisement! has accumulated over a periodof
!r TED" NEWS umm .o ropoBtlMlItr ,., Ui. rttura or onauci month the staffing of a licensed the road block up. It Is reported Boat Company, Pascagoula.
I f .onct.d ......""rlp&. .r pboto.-oo A&E mechanic and such that the state accepted the Miss, loaned him the motor. By
'l TAB Nawa a. Nnne/aI rwpoadbtllty. for types The airport has !Increased In had becomea
additional stretch several weeks that time, paddling
i : If other regulation a* the com-
or ommlwloni In bat in recent and Its
Icon scope : : years
s f. :ruucOerr.n. bfor th. cut Urn* .f th. peper will rtprlnt ,mission may deem necessary ago and the lack of the access wearying task.Williamson there marl!
portly that part of tae .4T.rtl...iit In which lb..rror oaoiimd. pattern of operation must of Easy Maybe he Is one of those
road has kept It out of use.
. ..., The violation of such regulations says he spent 14 i laBs
the T Dt a tin lm nt would' ro. the oorroatlo uslua.Me4 necessity, be changed. Perhaps, drivers who
tlto N... will rodueo tb. prlro 01 tb. .arU..t bl' as. the mistake has been in that and requirement would -H- year In the merchant marine.He 'Jeopardize their ability to amount equal to the pere'Dto. 0' tb. total .pe". a. the .rro. Nothing like sticking out
your
careless
said had been hospitalized
J automatically terminate the also he once by driving Driving
j: soul o. omitted copy repro..t04."J the commissioners have not a car is Indeed
lease. neck early.In the football season in a Veteran Hospitalwith i
prepared a formal list of requirements privilege and with
U a person a good
and standards of Another vein of thought on Better Judgement say 6 a nervous breakdown. He record never h
operation for the airport management the lease 1 la that it would give win 3 losses But I'll go appared In excellent health and trouble obtaining insurance.BeardsleyNash .
"J
; Such a list would the commissioners an assortment even further with the new look top spirits as he related the
l l Public facility for lease have simplified duties, and prevented of operation proposals of the Tiger <( the present altuat from which to choose their new yellow and red uniforms) He makes about 50 to 10 mile Insurance
on. The highest bid and say 72. For an opener day, most the Agent
of
We have the Issue, let' face manager per rowing
r. Two public facilities were up for lease recently. The it would not always be the best in Clewlston over Pahokee (by a time, and using the motor only Telephone TV
First let establish t-7Stl
u* primary
a
j, City of Gewiston had a marina and the county of Hendry couple .)
objective have an ef that some person or personsmight sparingly. People have been E. Sugarland Highway
had an airport Both governing bodies wanted the facilities enter a high bid and beIt's very generous, be says, lie ClewutiII

operated in a manner to reflect credit on the community, Arkansas Traveleris
1 ,
,; to give the best possible service to residents and visitors

and If possible to return some money to the public treasury. history now. going by boatThe

.
i But there the similarity ends.

The city commission discussed the failure of the marina THIKTT TEARS AGO Okeechobee Waterwayhad
with its operator, they gave him time to see what he could (From ClewfctM N_ THIRTY TEARS AGO a different sort of tourist
do to save his investment of time and money, and when September' 1134) (From dewfaton Newt, along Its route last week. Thomas
September It, 1133))
Congressman Mark Wilcox C. Williamson, who be
'I' he failed they gave him the customary notice to vacate Entering college were Richard says
Major B. C. Dunn and Carawan Is better known a* Uncle Ben-
( and THEN they asked for applicants for leasing the fdcillty.jj Nelson of the Jacksonville: office Beater, Van Bush, Ed Ward nle, paddled I 16V4 foot aluminum h
The county commission had complained to the airport of U.S. Engineers Inspected F. A. McKenzie Jr. attending boat from Fort Myers to
I manager of his operation. But they made all arrangements the Lake Okeechobee projectand business schools at various location Stuart as one leg of a journey II
"r; to hire a new manager before giving notice to their old visited the government were Betty Splcer, Rob- to New York. He stopped where-
erta George Ernice Meredith! ,
j; one, and they did not go through the formality of giving dredges Oulfport new Pahokee Mary Louise Ogleaby. Mae Lily ever he found companionship
and Welatka near Moore Haven. and help, and tied up for a daysor
public notice of the facility being for lease.
Stone and Vesta Allen.
Rev. Nevin Schaat, who was so In Clewlston. and other ;,
',: There is no quuestlon here of legal rights. But the public lOOn to become pastor of a Coral Paul H. Smith, contractor, points, "trying to leave beforeHe
+I"I'" will feel that the commission handled its problem in a r.
city Gable Church. became supply completed 19 house for the US "wore his welcome out". '
business-like way and that any person interested had an pastor for two months at government They are being occupied Williamson a native of :Mill- --- -- .

'! opportunity to apply for the lease of the marina Clewl.ton Community Church by members of the U.S. ford, Ohio Is travelling aloner.gnp.an.pl. ,of'
'(J The county commission' action leaves the board open when Rev.. W. B. Furgess was Corp of Engineer and :their
'10 transferred to Everglades.Mr families: E. W. Dlgge W. S.
for the accusations which are being made that the actionJ
Mrs.C. Cowart U. M. Pafford G C. (
J. E. Beardsley
was taken on the basis of a personal grudge. Had they Poole A. V. Southard. M. P.
,
E. Miner, Mis Marcia Avant .
given public notice of intention to lease the airport and and Mr. G. H. Small visitedthe Peterson, W. D. Raines Gayle : a
J given all would-be applicants an opportunity of filing their World' Fair in Chicago and McFadden. C. F. Tralnor. R. H.

application, they would still have ,had the privilege' and went to New York during a vacation Collin., Robert Smith. J. F. Me- 1
f: duty of selecting that applicant they judged best for the trip.Marjorie. Lure. A.: N. Gallant, F. J. Ne- II n
/
: biker, J. B. Dotterer. R. F, Ingersoll.
Wallace in her
could have wound with the
,: Job. They up same manager At ern RI
"Castle In the Glades" column Mark R. Lawler and .l\\
Jr". as the one!o whom they are now committed and the change e
gave this recipe for baked comas Lt. Mills.TWE'QTY
I ,1,, could have been made without the cloud of doubt which
one of her favorite dishes
now accompanies itt from the cook on the Welatka. TEAKS AGO a"a
t 1 can Golden Bantam corn; 3 .
,
(From Ctewtoton News
eggs; 3 ft pound butter; % cup 1M4-
September IS. "
: Fall fancies. sugar; 1 small can evaporated 425 student enrolled in grades
milk and H can water, salt '

: Spring, :according: to the poet.t Is lupposed to turn :3: beaten pepper eggs to taste., melted Combine butter milk and, 1-13 signified at sugar Dewlston the mill changing whistle schools.The of, shift which, Ili The red and black signals 'warn of impending ]

I ," '1 young man's fancy but sometimes autumn does the trick. seasonings, pour over the corn was placed back In use after along '
Some Tigers noted, a news photo of some F.S.U. Seminoles and bake in a buttered! pan very' Qenee. I during the time storm.
head shave. being what slowly until firm, but no longer.TWENTY of air
getting a Boys they are, when there wu danger
I ,1 it seemed like a real gqpdjdea, and a little discussion raids, and the whistle was reserved
I TEAKS AGO
I 'IW''I ended with a request to Coach Bundy that they be allowed for use as an an air, raid
(Prom Clewbtan News,
I to get Mohawk haircuts before their,first game. September I, IMO warning J. A. Cottrell, Moore Haven, BUT you'll have the comfort of hot coffee

At Coach's suggestion the principal! was asked for an Mr. C. L. Moran of MlHedge- son of J. S. Cottrell vice president ,

I opinion, and it was contained in a two-letter word: NO. vllle Ga., mother of Jay Moran of First Bank of Clewls food and water and even the pleasure of a
So the boys decided their best move would be to general manager of US. ton, wan killed In France In UNCLE WILLIE gas

I bleached their hair, and the process was begun One boy Sugar Corporation' died in MIl.ledl.vllle battle. light if wish.
after a long illness.She service for the you if home is equipped with
,' bleached; the others looked on; some others bleached. had spent several summer A Victory Day your
I t f Then Coach pointed out they were certainly putting pressure community was planned by all
in ClewUton.
churches to be held on the,, dlrvlctol'J' service and
i i on themselves by planning to shine as golden-haired The American Legion was over Germany was. announced. gas appliances.Even .
h lads when the flag goes up Just before game time. collecting waste paper on a regular .

,1" ( They thought about that; they looked in the mirrors schedule for reprocessingto *
Some told real-short haircutswere aid the war effort. !
again. hair-dye was some

purchased, and at present writing no one knows Just TEN TEAM AGO (Frees TEN dewtoton TEARS AGO New*, DES when the hurricane roars,'your gas servo

r.r t what the Tigers will look like when they face the Blue (From dewUton New, September II Itsn'

Devils Friday night. September 1. 1.54)) Barney,Barren was named by ice remains steady and dependable. It never lets
Opening day enrollment in Acting Governor Charley John buy-
t Clewlston school grades 1-12 to be a member of the Central
r totalled 712; there were U pupils and Southern Flood Control District down!!
i: :j New models coming In three first grades; 83 you Why not be prepared?

I pupil in three second grade; Rut a 1 1. McGehee stricken Contact me today 17 1
f Brace yourselves for the new model automobiles. The and 62 pupil In two third with bulbar polio, was placed

1965' will appear next week, and reports from dealers who grade In an iron lung at St Mary's

I have ben privileged to atend sneak previews, and from The C.H.S. Cheerleader TIfhHutcheraon hospital. Abner H.
'
Rodney Bishop, Loyd Kelly wa elected
Detroit which is the auto of the world indicate that president
capital Adams.Mary Chamber Vann
Sylvia Beatty Betty of the of corn.mart. U GLADES GAS CO
there are some beauties waiting for us. Alice Wllllami. Martha ..
j The contribution of the auto industry to the economy of Davis and Suzanne Barrow sold Four Seminole children the Ph.

I I j the nation is great When the auto manufacturers have a ads for the Tiger football program first of their tribe to attend YU 2-5971

I :' banner year, the country is prosperous. The past year hast *. school In Clewlston, were] enrolled Dan
t t : been one for the books. A new service club, the Jaycees In Clewlston school. McCarthyPhone
-was organized 111-Clewf.ton .- Dick Pope, Sr., of Cypress
; I It looks from here that 1965 will run it a close race.
with Dr. R. C. Golden and Garden fame was speaker at $ YU 2-1311
The cars get more handsome, more efficient and more rTAa.ITas.leRuwAwRM Clewiston,
Jim Cochran the teraprary of. the annual Chamber of Commerce a I I I
: comfortable each year. The new models are always something ficers. dinner. aw...sarmytr :

I i to behold.
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; Let the employer beware Manufacturer says Hare

;) Newspapers have headlined the Social Security benefits Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc.

,: of the increases and the Medicare features! now under Sell All 64'sPrices ,

'i ,consideration in Congress, but few have dug into what it BBNRBRflHHHBBBnnH ii ii i l __

'j will cost the taxpayers. -t

For the first time in nearly 20 years of effort one branch YI'U

'J' of Congress has voted to adopt a Medicare program; as part Cut to the Bone U Complete Line Of

; of the Social Security System. While the bill is far from

i tii: law yet. the Senate has approved hospital care for the WM Now'

I Elderly' and.a lax increase to finance it Whether Medicare J.bed-EarIy American with washer60x10' Building Material
: .: will progress 'any further or not in this session cannot be
foretold at the moment. Marlett $6170. $5670:

: But Social legislation sure to J.bedlbath
some Security ; seems .
pass and require,higher taxes. Throughout the history of 55x10 Marietta 5150. 4850.

Social Security: has'been, agreed that total taxes of 10 S-bediTOom .rJ small
t percent from employee and employer would be the celling. 55x10' Cranbrook 4550. 4200: ?a- ?a. For large or

,The Senate has pierced this celling with voting 5.2 percenton radio
each group for a total of 10.4 percent when fully effective EXTRA BONUS' 3 month free rent concrete jobs, our

in 1971. Besides raising the tax rate the taxable? trucks will
E '' base would go up. Also see our sew Travel Trailer Marlette, 16*. controlled

i -'. An employer now pays 3.625 percent on the first $4,8 selfcontained1964Marlette,, and the Dew 12. a deliver needs quick

U ::4 of annual ,income, 'or a maximum of $174 per employee. wide Cranbrook your

The Senate plan calls: for a levy of 5.2 percent on earnings ly and efficiently.
'I of $5,600 or $291 per employee. This is an increase of $117 all on display atCLEWISTON

U. 7T 'or 73*.
self-employed will be dealt amore severe How,
1 'The
; TRAILER SALES Inc a
with a 1971 tax rate of 7.5 percent ,
Newspapers should headline the stories 73* TAXI '
Highway 27 East YU Call YUkon
2-26611; 2-4411
'2 INCREASE! Then the proposition would be seen in its true
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". rsrm LLan1 AN(1IVJ.aI local skydivers did well tent that It was called off but eri. In fact he had become a In the cold-reventlee lu high dewlston, Fla. Thursday THE ,CLltWlSTON Septen tar 17 NEWS, 19&t PI'. Three
in___ west n ___ not before Poppenhager had life member (If the club. So the school but since then he hain't
Belle Glade captured third place and Peter flannels decided to come south had time to really polish his
Roieman.. Palms Ctewislon'i! moat famous skydivers .- month) In the World Parachute fourth In the Style Event They for keeps, last April ,ame. Hill accept a score In USSC ._.._ S 1 leased from service In order :t .
Jrf. Jllcllard School Paul Poppenhiger and Championship in Salt Lake would rather not discuss their Earl helped the pro at Le the middle or high seventies Waldron's Motors ._- 2 2 that he might complete his college :;1
Sunday
,::30 ,.ra WonIIP! Peter Gravel, art glad to be City Utah. showings In the accuracy tests. high Acres, especially duringthe anytime and in good grace. Glades Restaurant .- 2 2 training, probably at the ... l
11.30 4m Divine Wedllesdar BibleClan back In Florida climate after Wind, cold and even snow There were 100 parachutist Florida Open tournament, Sport Shop .._..._..._ 1 I University of Florida, after 1
1.00 9.m haying competed earlier this plagued the meet to mca: an e* competing for places on a team and then came the offer to takeover Alene'a Gift Shop 1 SHare which he will return to the Air ;; ,J'' I,
leads ............ commissioned off I'
that will be competing with nthSpDh.tA the pro-manager duties Jeane Vann Lumber 0 6 Fore as a \ i
here, which he did on Sept. 1. cer for a period of five ycarav :, "
He feels the Clewlston club This rather unique form of r.\\ : I
riewiston Church Directory has a great future. It has the bowling scoringJeane Chuck; Wells, Jr. service is I result of the high ,.J 11
; ( potential to be as nice as any score young Wells made on a ].
I --- Club In Florida, he contends, especially Vann dominates Individual at Lackland AFB recent aptitude test The score' .:4'\ I
If all the plans for It' performances In the Ladlesof of 100 brought immediate attention :
'
j TI'f F&F1mTTEZLAN FntST BAMIST CHUkCHin laST CHRISTIAN CHURCH come to fruition A new and attractive the Lake Bowling League. Chuck Wells. Jr. Is presently from the AF recruiting offlfceri :,
him A.- E. Veatara Arcane 201 N. Franelsee entering his third week of basic to Chuck Wells
IIlIoJlI Street clubhouse II In the process She has the high Individual according
Feral, ULdaleeis Rev. Bob L. ChrUtie B. J. training In the U.S. Air Forceat I
GoodrI of
JkII1 H Minister construction and another scratch score with 163: the high Sr. ._
.
am.-Sullda School 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. 10:00: a.m.-Blbl School. nine boles Is contemplated.His aeries scratch, 407, and high series Lackland AFB, Texas.Following Jr
; am.Nmal'S Woralllp 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 11.00 a.m.-Communion: and o1.wA hope Is to stir up Interest with handicap, 563. Laura b a a I c training LIKE FATHER-LIKE SON' I
11'::00 P.1II.Wertrnlnltet' Fellow.lraoYee. 6:43: p-m.-Training! Union. Worship Service In the ancient game KI that Dormln leads in high Individual young Wells will be assigned to "Say Dad, did you got to Sunday I
... I:00 p.m.-Evening: Service. 7.30: p.m.-Communloa and more people will have fun at it. game with handicap 223. an Air Force electronics schoolat School when you were a I
..- r.I Wednesday: Worship Service. He will manage and teach. Standing of the teams Denver Colorado for one little boy?" : .
p.-OoIr 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teach: Wednesday: HartzeQ doesn't plan to enter Team' Wind Leeea year, according to his father. "Yes, son, regularly" .
I:' en Meeting. 7.30: p.m.-Bible Study.COMMUNm er countries during ensuing tournaments, he says. He will Old South JUUI.LI.I..I.I.II., 4 0 Upon completion of this schooling "Well. 111 bet It won't do meand '!
J Sf JlEftODIST amat'IIW.oeIa ':00 -p.m. Midweek Prayer monthi. The next parachute be too busy at home. He shot Parkinson's .. mll-| -_ 3 \ Chuck Jr. will be re- good

i i Avenue Service. PENTECOSTAL Olympics are scheduled for Spain .. .. ... ..... ,,
Dawd DeDlIow, Pastor 1.45: p.m.Choir Practice. HOLINESS: CHURCH in 1966 but in the meantime the - --------- --------- _- -- ---
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aCIIII' SchOOL South dewistonRev. team that was selected in the ]I .
t.1S ... Service. shortened Salt Lake meet .i. .
11.0 1.. o th J. R. Taylor Pastor City
Youth ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH will be busy in International :
1 1N: peFellowship.) (E!:.beepal 10:00: a.m.-Sundaj School.: competition.Next I ;
U .
:00 a m.-Morning Wonhlp. -II

OntCH; OF CHRIST Avenge' Rev. dark 297 IL N. Dorman.Paelfle Vicar 7.45: Service.p.m.-Sundiy Evanjellstle penhager June will and the be Graves held regional and are competitions Pop expected .- Mt": : ; : : : : .; either"H


9Iida1*Il.Su1I1v.:gdtb Centnl,. Minister 10.30 Sunday 7.30:: a.m.a.m.-Famn Services-Early: Eucharist Service and Friday Wednesday 7.45: p:.m.-:Prayer Service. then-If successful go to on: compete to the Olympic In them trials and I :: I I>: 'I": '.;' ", : .. Ii IiI

SchoOUS
-Bible 7.45 :
g,41(1 Church School. : pm.-Youth Service. Poppenhager Is president of .
: ) i.m.-Worshlp. Saints and Holy Days ai an- South Florida Parachute A._ .
II..III.-Worahp.: noiinced. NOKTHSIDE MS3IO.VART elation, headquarters at Air-
JedDeIda1: Confessions by appointment BAPTIST CHURCH glades Airport west of the city
1 111': ,.m.-Uldweek devotions 304 N. Francisco Street and Graves runs the snack bar
and Bible Study. Rev. Julian Pope there. It Is likely that they will '
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1:45: a.m.-Sundiy School be sharpening their accuracy ,
Of JESCS CHRIST Sooth Clewistoi U-00 m.-Mornlng Worship. drops in the next few months as :
(atlCB IfOSTOUC FAITHgMtaClewMM Rev. Herb mgdon. Pastor k.SO 7:30( p.m.-BTC.. they ready for further trials. I DRUG SPECIALS I ,
>:45 a.m.-Sunday School.: pm-Evening Vforshlp.
In.Luther Dixon Pastor 11:00: a.m. Worihlp Service. Wednesday: .t
7:30: pm.-Prayer Setrice. New
t. i.n-Sunday School. 7:00 p.flu BapUrt Training! promanagerreal 4
Union.
ace twdtj m.-Preschlng.: 1.00: p.m.-Wonhlp Service. 512 CHURCH Berth Faelfle Or' GOD AveaM golf bug
Meeting. Tuesday: mf.WIi SAil
UO: pa-Prayer Rev. Joe Coleman
I:00 p.m.Brolherbood.WedDeld',1
Mdir: 10:00 a.m.-S.nday School Pro- .
Earl Hartzell. the new Nylon
tJpm.YoungPeople'Meeting. .1'
7:30 p.m.-Hour of Prayer. 11:00: a.m.-Mornlni Service. Manager of the Clewlston Country ,
Thursday: 7:30: pm.-Evening Wonhlp. club has had the golf bug "iJImJ'J; lIJi :H.r.t{ ilg[ SHAVING KIT ; :j
I:00 p.m.-Choir. Practice. Wednesday: almost as long as he can re
MATES:( BArTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m.. -Prayer Service. member. I: ,
Highway 72* Friday: Born in Cleveland, he devel- $1.25 't t
Her. Vic Turner. Pastor CtEWBTON: ASSEMBLY OF 7:30 P.m.-YOWII People's En oped his first love for the game :
1 IN im.-Sunday SchooL GOD deavor.JEHOVAH'S while serving as a caddy at the I Huge Savings! '
2.H im.-Mornlng Worship.J MS Sooth Franebee Street Congress Lake Country Club In VEIL HATS "
I.,8 pm.-Trilnliig Union. WITNESSESKingdom Hartvffle. Ohio. His first recognition : -
pjn.-Evenlng Worwp.r Jamei T. Klmbrel Pastor HaU-417 W. XI: Paso came when he played on I
Sunday! the McKinley High School teamIn $1.9898g
R. o.bona rcg.
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p.m.-Pr.er Meeting.Q7la 10:00: a.m.-rSundty School. Sunday Watchtower Study. Canton Ohio. I Compare Price! :
11:00: a.m.-MOI'II1nI Worihlp.U:00 1:15 p.m. With an educational background .
: a.m.-.ch ldr.n'a Church. Tuesday Bible Study ':00 pjn. In mechanical engineerIng I I
7:30: pan.-Evangelistic Service Thursday Ministry School 7:30p.m. HarUell Joined General Motors price malFl'1'DRUG -,_ .. '
OF JESUS CUBIST Wednesday: as a methods and protest NATIONAL BRANDS per 100 price per 100 I '
Seater Point 7:45 p.m.-ChrM's Ambassad Service Meeting':30 p.m. engineer In 1940. He was with == VITAMIN A 25,000 $4.50 $ .99 Transistor ;< i:
Paul Strickland.: Paitor ors. this company for 23 years but

I S m-Sunday School Thursday: ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH he never lost the hankering to. VITAMIN A O.OOO 8.10 1.89 TAPE RECORDER r I :
a*iA-Uoralnf Worship 1:30 p.m.-Pn.er and Bible Father Robert A. Hostler be around golf. He was transferred I; I':

Wwdiy.: Study. 1:00: a.m. & 7:00: p.rn.SundayMau. several times while with VITAMIN B-1 25 2.29 .69 reg. $12.88 ; L
1:1: pJtu-Prijer Meeting. Friday: GE, finding himself In Wisconsin mg .
: 4.00: p.m.-Royal Rangers for 7:00 a.m.-Dall7 Weekday Masi Michigan Ohio and Indiana VITAMIN B-l I 50 3.98 $8.88 r t >>
75, p Youth Meeting. Boys. 7:00 a.m.-First Friday Mau.1b4 but he managed to get 1 in mg' .89 f
many a round with Industrial I .., i 8f
leagues or Just with friends. VITAMIN B-l I 100 mg 6.98 1.39 'J

; Weekly Church Feature. Is Sponsored By The Following: bs.4 VITAMIN B-12 25 mg 4.88 1.05 Plastic w JI:
DRINK CUPS
Hendry County Floyd Howell. Agent Parkinson' Ine. II VITAMIN B-12 50 mg 7.70 1.69 III. +I'' I

Motors ftANDARD OImplete' Department 5Pica. 100 each "
MS01 1 OIL COMPANY VITAMIN C 100 reg 1.49 .62 ;; 'I ;


Kelly: Tractor Co 'Giddens Furniture Clewiston VINOS LOAN Federal ASI'l'f' II VITAMIN C 250 mg 1.98' 1.02 '. r:i if I''

Pines J.I501 Store B COMPLEX 5.95 2.98 a
Pridgen Cities Royal's Ine. r.3H 'f II' "iI

Service The?'n a QddaII Easy! eo Way'Pay : THERAPEUTIC-M 8.45 2.95 SaD if ii! : .

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Z-CAPS 6.60
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JUST RECEIVED ANACIN I
I Transistor 'r I

t.I RADIOS I 500 tablets % .;

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$1.78 I
II 4 reg.

I! The real test of his devotion, 6-transistor 99 '', :,
however came when he decidedto 1\ $8.10 .
hnlt 2))
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"make a vocation out of my -- -,-
avocation." He became aflllat.ad 8-transistor I
with the Riverside Golf dub Phillips' !
J In Cleveland, Ohio as assistant $11.88 .

J pro.with while GE. still He holding found his himself Job r t) -- -- MILK of MAGNESIA !

working 40 hours a week for "
the corporation and 49 hours a II Fall JEWELRY THONGS reg. 69c I
week at the golf club.
large selection 59
Hartzell opened the golf club 49c .
at 5 a.m, and hustled until 7a.m.r II reg.
I SUMMER STOCK when he became an engineer $1.00 '" I
again. When the workday : 190 I-pound
at GE was over he went ,
back to the> club and worked 1- Travel (limit 2)) EPSOM SALTS !
until 10:30: or II, depending on
SELtOUT the number of players who were S" !
.now; ,, 29c ; I
.. still talking about their great reg. I III
shots In the locker room or bar. reg 1.19 CAR MATS 19 i

it's the Saturdays entire and day Sundays at the co herss.spent 990 I.
to to Chrysler 1 1I
easy move up The professional was with the __ reg. $1.29Italian .u
Riverside club for 14 years but
he 'was growing tired of the cold I Straw

$$ OOMOODJffi!D [ !DJ jy) vb1$ @ @0 i his winds vacations wife that Dodle.near blow the up be Lehlgh north.had! ,Acres spent With HAND' BAGS 790HURRICANE'I LiquidMAALOX$1 I! .;

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1 1O Country Club east of Fort My- reg. ::59 _


EW w I@DJ! d9'WE OO r1r@O @ I The Roadrunners 98gDecorative PATIO. LIGHT or our$1.29METANERClf price .: '


bowling l league! reg. 98c 'I
PIN CURL
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BUSINESS! 'Tetal andTISSUE '
MEAN W L rIM 490

V.F.W. Aux. 62 4.380 I HOLDERS .
Clewlston Bar 5 3 4,383 (limit 2)) reg. $3.50our I
'We"re NOW, Golf View Motel 4ft Stt 4.410 $1.00 each price
bundle _
overstocksd wWi new shipments. Saw a National Guard" 4 4 4.322dewlstoo -

.ff models. AD color: :. You'll lire the deab! The..jrad-Ins are" Ian I S 4,415 : $2.98 '

"Wheat ove1i61pgwt sates drive of the arI-eome!. 'on down NOWIthe Bendry Tractor: Co.Co. __ 1% I tt 4J7S 5 quart "VUTILITY ANSCO FILM i :
mash ....'f'. tldeiv > ,aaw* ; ;
'Sherry Ferrara ___ M7 PAIL .: 3 pl4 620reg..99c CORICIDIN : k\fl\
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'le1l1'CIu7ISw..a2er-tJaelktt ol the big car Mca Ruby Lydia, Cantren Strickland ,...,..... ... 402 reg. 49c f .'a' reg. $1.59 ,
High todlT. Bde*. gaaae ne I ; .'1 I
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Helen Klsta -- -
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Lydia Strickland 217 ( 2)) ,

Jenny Bendry 211 .. 1
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gaga hut THE CLEWm'ON NEWS Clewiston Fle Duckworth-Boczar Diane Thompsonvisits maD Hendry Lellean, Alma Spurl Arnold n. Teresa N. G. Suzanne Peers installed Sunday as Foundation at 1asUtufesty. ft

Thursday, September 17, 19MI Archer, Tyona Williams Jean Wglle Fordh'm Qk'versity
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerald Sistrunk Mary Braurter, Julia of Illinois she I! u... '
Goedhart dewiston announcethe advisor of Rainbow '
of worthy Girls
Gladys ad
Hall Audrey McGlll. three rsdaton
engagement of their daughter FHA meetFuture Natlono! Science
Archer, James Powers, William Scholarships r
Sarah Marie Duckworth to S. Porter, Nathan, Webb. Suzanne Peers was installedas Mn. Abner ValID and Mri.L. the summer of 'nd
Homemakers of AmerIca worthy advisor of Rainbow E. Lee were In charge of refreshments. ad the 1962 &he ale
InternaUonl1
I : chapter In dewlston High Remaining of the Assembly A smart minor May
EVSilJ Patients Girls in a meeting arrangement
//11 \! School held the first meeting of Theron Herring, Rachel Padgett. at Masonic Hen Sunday of pink glade decoratedthe where she Frlnkfort began Ce

the school. when year approximately Wednesday evening 20- Ethel Tyler, Margaret Morgan afternoon. Installing oitlcer was table In the social halL Approximately Ph.D. thesis on a topic Work le
Nancy Neibitt, William Linda Carlton, assisted by 50 members and era Aleebra
prospective members were pre Bryant John Burke, Fred High- Diane Rackstrtw, recorder, Sally guests attended the ceremony. She
sent.Susan tower Jimmie Carver, Johnny Ollphant, marshal Mrs. meDtary
I I; the Fellowship Hall of the Schick Is president of Carver Katherine Beam Betty Christine Dots- musician and for H5S!
Pace-Douglas church immediately after the the FHA chapter; other officersare Worley. Judy James, Edward Penny Pennlngton ai installing Know and DaY1on,
f ilJ 1 I r Mrs. Lucille Face announces ceremony. No invitations are Barbara Zemonek. secretary Holley, Melvin Ford Llewellyn chaplain. your Ariz., Ind Ohio,
1 the engagement and approachIng being issued locally: and all ; Sandra Brasher, treasurer White, Joyce Pose1.Catholic Miss Peers, daughter of Mr. Mies Easer I. LafaYette.
a
$ \ marriage of her daughter, friends of the young couple are ; Joanne Crawford historian, and Mrs. Martin H. Peers, teachers. ; Mathem'Ucll member cf
/ Sandra. to John Clifton Douglas, Invited to attend the ceremonyand Sue Tomlinaon, parliamentarian chose "Faith Hope and Char.1t.7" America and bas ASSOClltioa
,1 son of Mr. sad Mrs. Lonnle the reception. ; Anita Carlin, vice-presi ladies as her theme; hot pink asher Education joined
dent of work; Kathy Endlcott, MUs Marjorfe Eaaer '\SSOCIaUOQ
'I Douglas.The color, and "You'll Never Clas.room 11
i vi -pre deDt of recreation; (ThIs Is the first of a seriesof Teacher AI
!I'I'f Walk Alone" as tar song. Thesewere tloD here
In
i wedding will take place DeCicco JonesMr. Mary Beth Fry vicepresidentof article on faculty members. Florida.
card used in the Sunday
at eight o'clock Saturday eve partiesThe program Miss Eller
\ degrees; Debbie Pearcy, vice- which i. published through the t. living
DiD,. October 3rd in the Assembly and Mrs. J. C Jones of with Shlela Carlton singingthe brother, vim
president of projects: and M.r.do cooperation of the Classroom Greg
: : of God. The pastor Rev. Moore Haven announce the Futch, reporter.A monthly card parties of song Mrs. Doty accompany Teachers Association, to EhrUch' Mobile HOllie Esser,
:1 James F. Klmbrel, will officiate marriage of their daughter Annie St Margaret's Altar Society: acquaint until their
flew
ing.Suzanne's parents, students, and horn
special of th
guest eveningwas
Ruth to John M. DeCiccoof dress was of hot Monte 01

I held Wednesday evening Avenue
I 1 A reception will be given inotxtc West Palm Beach. Miss Diane Thompson a were, on pink satin and featured a fitted the community at large with II completed
senior student In Home Economics the members of the teaching
slim skirt
and
bodice accented
F; I The double ting ceremony at, Barry College,,, MIami Two tables of bridge were with embroidery. She Introduced profession In our schools.)
took place on September 5th at SARAH MARIE DUCKWORTH
the home of Mrs. H. 1IBlIIIm.
and a graduate of dewiiton played at Miss
and her Marjorie Easer,
her parents new
the home of Judge Ruth L. Sutton -
!:J r& !In Miami Mr. Alexander Adam Boczar, High School where she was an J. Andreis. High prize was won and guests, Mrs. Elizabeth T. Stltt. teacher of mathematics In Clew-
Jr., son of Mr. and :Mrs. Alex outstanding FHA member. Miss by Mrs. Richard Degler Mr. and Mrs, Clark Dot'man, Iston High School, came to
.\, .'' Wed., Tbnrrs., Sept 16-17 Mrs. Anthony DeCicco, sister- ander A. Boczar. Sr. of Lowell Thompson has received her draw prize by Mrs. Harry T. Miss Joann Hunt, Mrs. L. E. dewliton from the Universityof
in-law of the ,
was ma-
groom
DOUBLE FEATURE and Massachusetts. state degree In FHA and she explained Vaughn, Jr. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Vann, Illinois, where she was working
tron of honor De-
t "Tobacco Road"'God's Cicco. brother of Anthony the groom, The bride-elect Is the granddaughter to the fills how to earn The hostess served cheese tor- Michael Jordan, Lynwood Bishop on her doctor's dissertation
was best man. of Mrs. Helen M. Rowat the state degree. te and coffee to her guests. Tommy Weathers and Frank under Dr. Mlchlo Suzuki who Is
Little Acre' The reception was held at the of dewliton and Mr. JohnP. The officers of the chapter Miss Patricia Powers and Hunt, of the dewiston DeMcuay currently on sabbatical: leave
home of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Goedhart of Pails, Iowa. She were introduced and each gave Mrs. Alberto de Arenas were Chapter.Of from the University to lecturein a
I Frl.. 8aL, Sept. 18-1J DeCicco. la a graduate of dewlston High a brief summary of various projects hostesses for other card garnet the officers installed Sunday Japan.
i) DOUBLE FEATURE School and was active in Rainbows that were carried out last at Miss Powers' home. Prizes were worthy associate ad- Miss Easer graduated Magna 0Q
.
i "HoneymoonHotel" The DeCicco groom is and the the son late of Mrs.Ida Joseph Beta Club. FHA., and year and explained what FHA were won by Mrs. Jack Scott, visor, Becky Spires; Charity, CumLaude from St. Joseph's
Holoubek and Mrs.
Charter President of means to them. Mrs. E. L. Jan Jan Wilson
F.T.A. She ,
J. DeCicco of West Palm j t / Bratley; Hope ; College, Reneselaer, Indiana,
Y; Beach. attended the University of FlorIda Refreshments were 1erve4'fol- Charles Butcbart.: Faith Mary Beth Fry! recorder with a B.S.. degree. She received
''i ,'1 Rbert.Guolet"Gold t and Is presently employed lowing the meeting. The guests were served cake Sally Oliphant; chaplain. her Master of Science
The bride is a 1957 graduateof r and cokes.
by Data-Control Systems, Inc. Thadene Wynn 'drill leader, degree from the University of
for the Moore Haven High School. of Orlando. Barbara Waters; Love, Deborah Illinois la 1961 and became ] 0s
She is well-known In dewiston
'I Mr. Boczar graduated from Presbyteriansback Attend Assemblyin Comrle; Religion, Shlela Carlton Ph. D. candidate In June of
the Caesars"Jetfery also, having resided here while
Northeastern University in Boa ; Nature, Kay Owens, Immortality 1962. She hat majored In math FcW
employed by United States Sugar scheduleThe
1 Hunter Corporation and the Beards- ton, Massachusetts with a Bach on TennesseeRev. Donna Morrison; for all three degrees.In .

Late Show Fit, Sept II ley. offices. For the past year elor of Science in Electrical En Community Presbyterian Fidelity, Rhonda Roth; PatriotIsm the summer of 1958 she attended W
.' After Football Game! she has been employed as book gineering. He Is employed by Church which Instituted 6 a.m. and Mrs. George McGee, Andrew Bolton; Service, a mathematics Institute,
ALL BEATS 750 keeper for the Hotel and Apartment Martin-Marietta Corporation of Sunday services for the summer and the Rev. and Mrs. Lee Car Joy Crawford; confidential observer sponsored by General Electric
\ "IncredibleCreatures" Supply Corp., In West Orlando.A months, has resumed Its rol of Miami, are attending the Jean Gray FJllngtnn; Corp., 'at Stanford University.In .
Palm Beach. mid-November wedding la regular schedule of services..' weeklong 59th General Assembly choir director, Emily Daisy; the summer of 1959 she It-
planned in Orlando.Seniors of the Church of God of musician, Marcia Futch; reporter tended a National Science
Sunday
The young couple plan to morning worship ser '
Arts Jacobs, historian
Prophecy, at the international
r vices are at 11 o'clock. followlog
make West Palm Beach their
Gunter. .... ..
Cleveland, Tenn. Lynda .c.
I SaL, MOB., Toes., Wed.. home. Sunday School which starts headquarters '
i Sept. It-n-u-n planpostgame at I:45. Approximately delegatesfrom An arrangement of pink gladiolus ir ..,
y; ADULTS ONLY! !' every state and several and white chrysanthemums er:;;
I COD OF THANKSI countries attend these sessions decorated the East anda
,: "A Shot in wish to express my thanks danceThe Evening Mass annually, it Is reported. long stemmed carnation was 6 /e-
::
':: the Dark" for the many flowers, gifts and ; placed on the recorder's desk. ,
visits during my stay at Lee .
lj' Peter Seller Memorial Hospital in Ft Myers. Senior class will sponsor on Sundays Garden Club

Mrs. Stokes Murphy game a sock Friday hop after Diht.The .the football Father St. R. A. Hostler Catholic, pastorof meets today Births-

dance will be held in the Margaret's The Clewliton Garden dub
CewlatonUgb Music and Church announces that a 7:00: will hold Its first meeting of the
::1 f'DISTINCTIVE'ACCOMMODA! TIONS refreshments will gym.be provided. p.m., Sunday ccenlng mass Is club year this afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. Wymcr Beam
added to the regular church services announce the birth of a daughter .
;t"l' There will be dancing from three o'clock at the ClewistonInn
to continue through the Sandra Kay on Sunday,
10 p.m. till 11:45 p.m. Donationsare announces Mrs. Fred C
l' fall and winter months. September 13. at Hendry General

75c per couple, 50c stag. Sikes, president. _
APARTMENT There will be two Masses on The speaker will be Mrs. Alfred Hospital The baby weighedsix
Sunday, at I:00 a.m. and at 7:00: J. Butler, district chairman pounds, four ounces.Mr. (
Sorority chooses pm. who win speak on the purpose and Mrs. Richard McGlQ
I Mrs. Bob AdamsThe of Garden Cubs how they are the proud parents of "a
HObMTAL NEWS can best serve thelr-community daughter, who was born in Hen-
for mature coupleEXCELLENT Beta Sigma Phi sorority Patients discharged "',41. and the duties of the club officers. dry General Hospital on Thursday
I '. chose Mrs. Bob Adam. as the Bruce Phillips, Ollle Moor September 10. The baby
\ chapter's Valentine Girl for weighed six pounds and has
NOSTHSIDE LOCATION 1965, and will nominate her lathe been named Tammy.
national competition of the "..;;' -& Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Sir
1 Complete modern sorority In February.The -' trunk are the parents of a baby In Florida. y'
furnishings _. choice was made at a girl, who weighed seven pounds e.
I -r meeting held Tuesday eveningin 12 ounces, when born at Hendry ***
$110 the Glades Pit Room with General Hospital on Wednesday >
i per month ,.' Mrs. Frank Mottley hostess. Sept. I. The baby has been after a swim beer is a natural
Attending were Mrs. Michael named Lory.Happy. ,
r" EXCLUSIVE ; Mllicevlc, Mr. Michael Herring
( ( Mrs. Richard Baker, Mrs On a hot summer day,a dip Ins cool stream can be wonderfully
Bill Baker Mrs. Van Cothern Birthday !refreshing Equally
refreshing when you' relaxing afterwards
J.J E. BEARDSLEY Mrs. Fisher Ange, Mr. Bob with friends IS t hearty glass of beer..There's hardly Mother be*
Sept IG-G. D. Rackstraw, Jan
*"""
McColley, Mrs. J. F, Baker, around that
i, soup what do for fun much t beer
u at
Hutto, Georgia and John yon
7: Mrs. Frank Gentry, Mrs. Woody
Camping,
hiking,
or Just
REGISTERED SEAL ESTATE BROKER lounging on a lawn chair-beer
Weetman brings
Sugar Rena MIlO Strick
.. Carruthers, Mrs. Bob Adam., tach just the right touch of ems"good
.' land, NeU Hooks. living.
Mrs Bob Bass, Mrs. John
I Phones 1'111-7501 20< E. Bngarland Highway Black and the hostess, Mrs. supplies Sept II-William G. Perry, Wile Your familiar glas of beer Is also a pleasurable: reminder tbtof
lie stokes Betty Carlton. Wayne WI Jive In a land
( Mottley. penonal freedom-iDd that our fight to enjoy

,.v1 t I \:. Septl Beardsley-Otto Larsen, Virginia those beer and personal ale if freedoms we 10 desire II'Just are but III hnpomnt one,01


.' i ii I i ceIDlUsed; a r Sept Ferrara Douglas.1J-,M.Lamar A. Thomas Tatum, Inca Ann @ In norida..beergoes with fan,with relaxation]

;]', (7 ,0 ; Shaw, Gayle Woodward Jack UNITED $TAT 1 BUWIU Assoa ioxDa(
j /' r\r"I\' L. Brown, Beverly Preston. .r.anssn ", .0aainoapA

I f' : e ;. \ ,,- Sept 14 W. A. Moore, Jr..
I +,'.1 ,, \ ., Mrs. A. L. Ballard Kenneth
,
(Butch)
Jones, Mrs. Lionel

j; Club Meetings e" L Sept Beatty.IS-Mrs. Eula B. Stiles,

TOB Mrs. M'rrl'r1, Edith Egley, ]
Seat Covers
IIi Trailers WantedWe Johnny's
1 > Al Sanford, Sandl McConvffle,

t I l Parties t', Mrs. L. G. Vaughan
Birthday
Ii, Sept 18-Mary Harris Grant.

I' have complete line of furniture & Mrs.Burlingham.Harriette White, Jim Something NEW Added!

; i ,\< Anniversaries : ': -- appliances to trade lor trailers. Sept Lamar 17 -Ford Dan W.Kathy Beardsley Holly,,

't t ,\ '; Mrs. E. E. Kelly Curt Fry, Furniture Upholstery|
Don Evans Mrs. Mary Alice

T : r 7 Tea Parties e :.. .: i il BELLE GLADE MOBILE HOMES, Inc. Olds .
II
Sept
f'I Dan W. Belrdsl.,,

249 W. Canal St., (next to Kwik-Chek) Mrs Lamar E. Ford E. Kelly, Kathy, Curt Hotly Fry, Free Pick-up' and Delivery

11 ; .And that : Don Evans .. ,'
"
: 1 Special event Belle Glade Mrs. Mary Alice. -; ,
Phone
996-6620 Olds. Free Estimates n. YU 3-3271 1

,t Sept IS Mabel J. Whitney,
f Mike Durrence, Mrs Lee
,: j The facilities of the !Inn will help make the occasion: more Thigpen.


memorable by relieving the host of the burdens ..... 'tA' .. Sept Waldron II -, Margaret Dick Hooks Cochran R. E. t SS S f e e66i /

w 1: Mrs. Herman Lang Rev.
of and
preparation worry. Richard Knight
Marl. Evans: .
J A Bill Patterson Betty Ben. For Compe.t. mss( ,I'

} IT IIIWMW Donna Martin Mrs. Lmie vARO 0
Leltner.
Whether for a complete meal, a' cake or hors d'oeuvres,
V wf wmW Sept 20-Chrlstine Doty, Stella
i the Inn the occasion Plrkle Buddie Herring, Robert -
helps everyone enjoy .'e Kelly W.
1"; ZNtFAT Emerson Wade.O. Bass, Mrs.

... ...... PWIi 100ij
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;
,' ,1 n. Sept. M-Ernle Redlsh. Charlie
Taylor Mrs. Sara Ollphant v'
-PLAN NOWCLEWISTON- Mrs. Winie Stoke, Mrs. Anna
iJ Ford,

; ; AI Fuller's Sept. 22 Mrs. W. A. Davis.

Mr. A. F. Cottrell, Mra. Ad- 4 f f
; : die McGehee Edith Eg.ey. .,


'; THE. INN Mary Carter Pant Sore( | Sept Coleman.mood Larry 23 Surber Betty-Mrs.Sandy;WhI Preston Ray_Bell, Fletcher LoT HaS Arthur i ypM rule



I Complete Li... of Paint' and Supplies Peggy Murphy +

dewiston :Florida ,a j Telephone YU 2-3501 Phone YU 3381 Sept 24-Marle Bethea. Jewel :"t"' 'CORBIN'S "

t (44 E. Sngarland Hwy.; Ctarictaa..; Ala] A.Lawrence C. EUlson: curtl., ThomPlOll.. JCaaie 1 _, .. '

.... .n t.t. Vt lap Golden. GlellJl Jackson. JI11. S lL VAUC A EANCH SCTTLY L;

Co Spire. ..aa.p.... ,. a a...6tiita1.tt/1!.
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ends the current fired ,
year THB CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five
Fla
meetof Us* board received ncUflcatlon Flag football .
September from the State Road Department Canebrake is Thursday, September; 17 1964

J that 11,500 ton of
boys to meet
board limerick: will be needed for the 1

{ county widening and reconstruction of A meeting for all boys, ages now reopenedThe r_ ---Ll

d and 3.2 miles of R-7$. 7 through 12 who are Interested _..-.-_- v(
several minor occupied r, 0 a .tte... The board voted to move the In playing flag football, shouldbe Canebrake restaurant Is ., I,!' ,

brid'e matter. board of voting place of precinct numberS i held at the Wetoerald Youth now reopened on regular schedule : ,,.. \ f
110I O the Hendl'1 at thOfreowaq from the court! house to the Center on Saturday, September reports J. W. Clark owner-

commissioner.. R. Wallae.PIck. American: Legion Hall In La- 19, at 11 a.m. to divide playerson manager Closed for some redecoration 7 1" .
september meetln. of sun OIl Belle teams and revue rules and which Is now nearly ..

R tM e board fo. The board of public Instruction : regulations complete, the restaurant is serving : f':
CD 1p1 1, asked countJ roadI JD millag was approved ai Two leagues will be formed; meals and short orders from ;; '
ID15 South Range 2S presented and was certified to a midget league, consisting of 10 a.m. till midnight i 'f :
m mand] zv East for aperlod. the tax assessor; the tax levies 7, S, and I year olds and a junior Clark says otter Improvements
Range The county of Flaghole and Bo e.' Drainage league for 10, 11, and 12 scheduled to be completed I I"h
11II Jlar advertiS' for bide tot District were approvedand to ? y year old boys. To be eligible. to next week. Includes moving' are
app 10 openln. on these certified: to the tax assetsor. r play in one of the leagues a the bar from the restaurant
II OctOber 13 The board moved to consolidate fir )boy must be at least seven Into toe patio room, "This Is avnss', '" t

II. instructed Road all county! and drainage years old on or before* Decent much mote' In keeping with our
11beaboard tax levies ber 1, 1964 and If a boy Is plan of operation" be said "The

te dent Wheeler E. S. Thom..son.lD5ped Grade". The board designated as Civil twelve years of age, he must restaurant la a family affair OU :t'i M
the ddt Defense storm, or not reach Us 13th birthday ODor and we know song people. have
the west emergency
!
I sniaq road on Murph1 Groves.I shelters, the starch house, the before December 1, 1964. hesitated to bring their youngsters ,
d sir canal by board what 11 Clewiston Inn, the U.S. Sugar There Is a possibility that toe here because the bar was "
sad I advice the office building! In dewiston and games will be played at nighton in toe same room with the restaurant J ,/'
Mtd"Tl- the school: the little league field. Two Now the patio becomesa
gymnatorlum, the
A Bertom. represent DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF GARDEN CLUBS Mrs.,Alfred J. will be cocktail: lounge, and there Is
Jamtl county 'Jail and the courthouse games played per night P : '
itI Brother, dlscuwedn road in LaBeUe. Butler ef Lake Worth, shewn above top right will be the with the first game beginningat no bar In the restaurant We I !Y ; yT1; )
edge county
.. the The board agreed to providecus speaker at the Clewliton Garden Club meeting at the IDa this 7:00: p.m. and the second think our local residents and .
LJ aftenMon. game beginning at 8 00 our visitors will like this .'{
lwasdrecoommend- transportation to Indigent Bin. Batter's ecnpanlmu la the picture are per ; p.rn. r" ''' '
:
psu weight Each: team will play two change". -.1
asked the county patients entering state tuberculosis sons Interested In a City BetaUfkaUoa contest, sponsored In games '

ill dIsClaim BertrOm interest In the hospitals, at the request part by Bears. W. W. Tagenhorst. standing, Is direct** ef per week However, these plansare '.::.,. ;
Indefinite at the present ,, ,
s Bros.mod bf the TB and Respiratory DIsease civic and education "
and let Lykei program ef Sean. Seated are Bin. Fred time. ', 't ,j
1Indie ,
J ? up to 38-ton grossrgbt Association.The C. Slkes.; Clewlston Garden Club president and Fred C. Bikes, All boys planning to participate : Christian Science

I strucures, or that the board advised the Beta city commissioner. in the program are urgedto w ,
Itself so rebuild thedge. Sigma.Phi Sorority that It was attend
testy the meeting on Saturday
board agreed to askodiflcation forbidden by law from providing :' "

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.
The so that will have lecture Sunday ,
vertlsement for bids for a Chevrolet everyone ;
of the permit items such as the hospital -
lit Ford GMC or Rambler toe necessary forms to fill out ; ,
allow Lykes to bed etc. requested for So- "
and, to then the auto for use of the county agent, ,to become eligible to play. \,,
bridge rorlty's loan closet God's requirements for happiness '
l ud make to the IneaseIn usethe. John F. Skinner appeared at bids to be opened at 10 a m. on will be explored In a .; j. ,f .. ... ,
the and October 13th. Deeds recordedin one-hour Christian Science lecture .,0., .
reported that Ken meeting offered the iil'P. : :- -j; '\r1 ':
Bomajson,. developer of Parkwood board his services in connection: The board voted to advertisefor In Belle Glade on Sunday ,, vi I'. :
SuMiviiion Ort\ had requested thatu with Civil Defense work. bids on two steel buildingsfor clerk's office Roy J. Linnig- Is the speaker, ", v'k'rte I
permitted to use a at* Ernie Redlah was named Clv- the Clewlston airport, to be under sponsorship of FlrltChU'ch ;:
be of cold fl Defense director, contingentupon opened on October 13th. The Henco, Inc to John W. Toney lOOk' It' l
tment
A Jlfflcerea( \ \ of Christ Scientist: It'sa ifepptness Is hard ;
board also voted to relieve Jimmy If to pin down. People for In
Su asphalt one inch thick in his receiving: approval of RSONAl and Barbara Estet, Lot 63 In public: lecture and will be every ?s
4. Subdivision/ Instead of the the county school board. which Cockrlll: of his duties as airport : Midway Acres, Sec 7. T 44, R given at S:15 p.m. la the Christian ;unction but lf. basically spiritual.'You discover that r,; ,
employs !him. manager and to notify him 33 E. 2ft acres, $7JO state, $2.20
previously .
IllllaCf treatment Science: Church S.A. Ave.E ;the only real happiness comes from God.- and from I
to vacate the premises by November federal ( ,
The board authorized advertisement stamps.
P ermtiilonwasAn at 1st St. Title of the lecture:
!fqIIired. for bids to purchasetwo : lit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emrlcb: US. Sugar Corp to Everett ls "The Science of Happiness." 'i'teaming to live la obedience to His love. There's a one.. ,' i

Inspection, of the -budget dump trucks: without bodies The board granted a request left this week for Unlontown Cauley and Agnes Cauley, Lots Mr Llnnig Is from Chicago, ,bout public lecture coming on this theme by Roy J,

el Ford Chevrolet CMC bids for an Increase of 1500 In by their son In law. Charles .
of the road and bridge or state, II10 federal stamps.J. .
It!hours music and "
student "The
mi to an Miour day for the to be opened at 10 a.m., October his budget over last year's Hlleman, on a trip to the World J. Waldron R. B. Waldron later became conservatory division managerIn !ffe Wed Science of Happiness. You're Invited. ;

yhsce of the month, which 13th. It also authorized ad- amount; this was provided Fair.Walter and his wife Willie CatherineWaldron national food
a supply
com
through a funds In the item Comrie has returned to C. K. Tucker E$ .
ii;
He left this position several
pany.
budgeted "other court costs". from Jamaica where he participates : of SEV4 of SWV Sec 26, T. 45 S. years ago to devote full IRuecllrel : '
Walter Hunnlcutt, Jr. of Hun-
in toe Hard Courts Ten.nil R 29 E, 20 Acres. time to Christian Science
nicutt and Associates, St Petersburg Tournament He reached peso.tics. :
Specials for .. K. "Sam" Barfield and : He Is currently! on tour asa
appraisal firm present toe quarter finals In men's singles Jayne C. Bar-field to Wm. A. DaVis member of The Christian Science Sunday, September 20, 1964 J
'AL' S ed a quotation of 133.170 for revaluation then rain changed: the tournament and Katheyn, P, Davis, Lots Board of Lectureship. 3:15: pm. I
this week of all properties In schedule and he visited 9-18 (Plaza Motel) block: 180, ,
Heodry county; $16,250 for cost other parts of toe Island, and Clewiston, $40440 In a t a te, :
of preparing up to date ownership did not compete In other events. stamps. First Church of Christ Scientist
-
maps for toe tax assessor, Comrie Is a former resident of ,
;::', Khaki 3Ie ', Long S-- and $9.760 cost of preparing the Jamaica 'man Henco and, Inc.Peggy to Carl M. Hanseman W. Hans-, NEW PHONE S.E. AVENUE E BELLE GLADE FLORIDA I

tax roll and bills for 1964 Dill- Mr and Mrs W. P. Jernlgan -
'
lot 53 In Mldwar Acres tVt NUMBER ,( l i
K. Sleen of Bowse and
Work Pants Work Shirts Associates man: Tampa, offered toe with spent their the son weekend, Dr. W.in H.Sebring Jernl- acres stamps., $90-state and $275 federal ... ",',' ,

services of his firm. but said he -<
and family who were moving
gan 1
I ;
and his associated had not had Into their new home on U.S. Sugar Corp to Henry ADo ROBBIE'S :
2 prs. $5.00 2 for $5.00 time to prepare estimates. The Lake Jackson diets and Katherine Andreis of '
board asked the firm to send a Milwaukee Wise, lots 1-2, block
Mr. and Mrs Harry Schick: 450 dewiston. $450 state and
representative with the estimates RESTAURANTYU
and daughter Susan, are on a $165 federal REVIVALHI
and Information on their stamps !
trip to Virginia and other points J.I'
AL'S ARMY STOREUSE procedure, etc to toe next regular including the nation's capital. J. W. Pastorlus to Robert L.
board meeting, October Morgan, 538 Bond St, dewls 3-3671 '
their daughter -
They accompanied
( OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN)
13th. Sally, who re-entered Aver- ton. Lot I, Midway Acres Sec :,
n E.. Suqorlond Hwy. Clewiston ties
ett College, then planned to visit 7TNR33H.2acres. !
relatives in New Jersey and a HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH ""qt

OBITUARIESTrelby former dewiston boy Gene tl1j

Broadway, recently: Injured In, ,
KLENKS nMO1M"roo Korea, and now a patient In Walter THE MAIL '
l rtan. Clinton Reed Hospital, Washington provides one of the bright September 21 30 r i

The P. M. McIntyre family spots in our day. Sometimes '
is spending several days: at the 1 r it ie good news other times, SERVICES EACH EVENING "J! : ;

TUB Musgrave beach this week. Young Peter us bad. God's letters to us are

and TILE Trelby 1 Clinton Musgrave, McIntyre will enter a West Palm 1 (ll found Us the Bible. There 7:30, INCLUDING SATURDAY : i''

Irx : FINISH known to most Clewlston rest- Beach hospital for surgery Fri. too 1* good newt for the :.41

ax dents as "Shorty" Musgrave, day.Mrs. .believer; but bad mews for '
Change or Renew Color died Friday morning following Wm. T. Stitt Is spendingsome the unbeliever. Rev: Joe Ole Shea I
of a long Illness. He was 61 years Um. in Clearwater with .J
of her daughter. Mrs. John John- "The wages ohm Is death,but the gift of God Is eternal life"
mini m scum age. and Mr. Stitt [
nativeof stone family Romans. 6.2S: Evangelist '
31NI$. THIS TILl WALLS Mr. Musgrave was a drove her there Tuesday to (
/ lived
AmuNcaunraromIENKS in Dale Clewiston Indiana for but ST years had He- greet a new baby girl in toe Community Presbyterian Church of Green Cove Springs -tI
He returned yesterdayevening ;
family.
and 407 Royal Palm Avenue
barber shop
had operated a
bad worked in other barbershops HENRY HORRELL: FORD Minister BILL PATTERSON, Song Leader ti
; here during his entire period Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. But "0:45 A.M. BIBLE SCHOOL 11:00: A.M. WORSHIP I

> of residence, until ill ler of Lake Worth are visitorsIn SERMON SUBJECT"Good


;;: health Waldo Survivors prevented.C. Musgrave are his of brother Delray district speaker Federation Ckwlston director at of the today.Garden local of Mrs.the club Clubs Florida Butler meetIng la- News For Losers" Advertising doesn't cost. it PAYS! J i


Beach: and two sons, EdwardE. this afternoon. :
Musgrave and Thomas C. ;11

T6 A Musgrave of Clewlston. CLEARANCE SALE onTIRES ,
tIll101$ Tilt Funeral services were held I
U2! PIN$$ Monday morning In the Community -' No PTA,this year? ,
'0201$ IAnWm ,
IONI
Presbyterian Church As far as could be learned by s1on
with the Rev. Henry H. Ford the News this week there Is no ir .i.t,,56.7o :
the Rev. ,
pastor, assisted by Parent Teacher Association in

TOWN PAINT & HARDWARE Victor Turner of Hi-Haven Baptist Clewlston this year. 7s t I
Church: conducting: Last spring toe nominating b.TO.73 7.50.14 6.70-19
Interment was in Ridgelawn committee completely. failed to BLACKWALL '
k Inland Hwy. Phone YU 3.1141 Cemetery, with Pattlson. Funeral locate anyone qualified and TUBE TYPE TUBELESS TUBE-TYPE'' ',
WHITEWALLS ,
Home In charge wining to accept: : the duties of BLACKWALLS I ; I


I difficult and president: active time The support retaining PTA has from Interest had Its a .eLos5Mu.e I 275 ) ,( 1475* 575* I.


.. .. members for several years. A JIIA
small group has made a valiant :=e.M.= CHAMPION USED\ CHAMPION CHAMPION

..,. effort to keep the organizationalive NYLON NYLON J7f NYLON
.. and active. But as far as 11 6.70-13 TIRES
t t can be learned the group has 7.50-14 b1 ,

". ................ I" finally given up toe effort. 6 TUBELESSWHITEWALLS 'VI *48YOUR -

:''r:THE CANEBRAKE I Bviry raw Firntm llrt UOUAMANTIBO

At howtostudyweek 7e7s
all I. Alain dheta fa vorkimn-
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(RESTAURANT at Rollins 'All prielp life.!th ciflm.tnmd.
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CHAMPION ; plus tax and IN .
rTnow WINTER PARK. Fla. Included NYLON tire off ene."d ae e nd. I j
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open 7 days-a week among toe 137 freshmenwho lour Cal i iiumbr olR pewu. apeds.dcli
havu come to Rollins College pUo MfiM praralod on Iran

early this fall for Rollins' Unconditional Road .-, oad'!box Him *oowmnl f 'djuMm sew pet..e ni.

10 a.m.'til Midnight special ChrUtabel How-to-Study Kelly and Week Barbara are Hazard Guarantee ISscro'V5U3yBU8wews5niviwWEn il : t

fry tkf Voic* of FlrtiloiM Evtry'Sunday Evening Over ABC Television ,

Rlgby.They win take reading! '' test For Fait Efficient! Tire, 1
lectures
drills attend classes and

Redecoration and renovation nearly: and experience have practical In: using application the- k Brake & Wheel balancing .

complete. Bar is being moved out of reference sources of RoBlns' 1 Service By Experts with
Mills Memorial Library.
the reat Jrant. The How-to Study Week program I

was designed by Rollins Precision Equipment ; i:,
Bring your family for lunch, dinneror to start the freshmen beaded it'' j
in the right direction: for a successful r i
8h rt"orders time.


,*" y,'J. W.at Clark any owner-mgr. men The will How-to-Study college be Joined career.Week by the fresh rest Ford's Service 'H1J!'

of the freshman class Sept 21 .
for a week of orientation. Classes .

begin Sept. 21, marking the 'Sugarland.Hwy. Phone YU 22861J
beginning of Rollins SOth academic

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ment add to the new look cf

Oldsmobile introduces modelsOldsmobile :,T. the FU's.Oldsmobile's. driving Privileges

new ____ 330 cubic Inch months schooj; Pedro Propert.1 .lit ."
C, ..
Jtlfire Rocket: engine, the Without 140'! .
is Introducing a substantially reduced. Teamed I newly designed for better ride V..'. offered on all F-83 models S3S.80 valid drlver'l

new fulUlze product line tor with the new Turbo Hydra-Ma. and handling The new chassis and on the Jetstar 88, provide fed ; Jlmm, TsyIo .
light
1965 called the DelU 88. The tic transmission the performance .> also features wider front brakes extra performance In 1965 110.00; Mitt

new 88. along With. all other of the 425 cubic inch Super on the Dynamic and Delta 88',. Horsepower ratlngsxrange from disorderly MarVU, "Affl,. :

1965 Oldimobilei, will be on display Rocket la sensational. With Jetstar I and Starflres for greater 2W to SIS. less SUspended, AlUaon.'knee

at Chuck Wells Motor Co.. horsepower ratings from 310 to display of hQ.
brake life On the 98's. both "For the buyer Interested flrta1'Dl1
In
i I' Inc, Tuesday September 24. it 370 the or 10 new engine will greatly front and rear brake widths low Initial cost and M.
economy of Allure CoocIriCb
was announced today by Mr. enhance the to hey5 ,
outstanding reputation have been Increased. "
operation, Meted said "Olds- vehicle
,,
Wells. control
court *
Oldsmobile has already "An especially Important mobile' Econ-O-Way V-tla till COlt of .JJ"
Disclosing details of the new earned in the performance/ field
change for the benefit of our available oo certain
F-85'a.
: "it; Oldsmobiles. Mr. Wella quoted He said the new transmissionis "
Harold N. Metzel Oldsmobile's equipped with variable customers, Metzell said "la Either the V-8 or the V-8 may
a the extra roominess built Into be teamed with the
smooth
and
I general manager aa saying* vane far alert performance at ,
II all full-size Oldsmobiles tor highly responsive Boys in
getaway
:, 'TheDeltaUlsaglamorous every driving speed and to eliminate automatic serviceaar
1965. Most of the Interior dimensions transmIssIon"
new companion to the Dynamic part-throttle downshift Increased DISTINCnVELT' NEW fer IKS la the Delta an optional Tube Hydra-Matte $transmission.The .
been New
have this FORT
,,
for
88. and these models along with It retains the year the V-ft R U CitE

i'f the Jetstar I. Starflres and ..'., range' feature HydraMstlc'idual for added with shoulder room for example II, a deluxe eompaaioa te the DynsmUe 88. graceful tapered design of the Holiday Sports coupe and the Cutlass (AHTNc) p,,,,, 11, A1a.

II are powered by our recently developed safety in downhill braking nearly four inches greater. The Holiday Ctapi skews la sac ef three mod- Ceape la complemented by a newly fashionable coupe is a bench seat option, Thompson Jr., "'bose Henry C.

f 423 cubic inch Super "In addition to the availability "Another striking change In els offered An are powered by OldsmobUle's ,Interior with a sporty new treat seat, with which may be ordered In place live at S38 Eo Eslursoza

: Rocket engine teamed with a of the Turbo Hydra-Matic Interior decor" Metael l said "Is sew US cable lack Super Keeket engine with a split back sad dropping center arm rest of bucket seats J'Is, Completeod CItt11&00. -

\ brand new Turbo Hydra-Matio transmission" said Metze! the Instrument panel, with large, Including the F-85's. the four W e e IE aircraft I a,.
,.
transmission, for the most instantaneously "OldsmobUe for circular dials and indicators located Viita-Crulser. and the full-size Course at the maintelllllCll:
the first time for casier-than-ever visi pipes which end in functionalaide "The 98 Holiday sedan," ha er and the 3-seater. In 3-seat cars Oldsmobile la Army AvlsUoa
responsive performance la offering in all BTs offering a -
\ in the division's Us and Starflre models, Jetstar I bility. And too-the Instrument exhaust outlet just ahead added, "ha Its own roof, different models, the rear seat face forward. total of 32 different models in Rocker, AJs.,
floor-
a of the rear bumper from that of the optional .
:H J tory. mounted panel finish varies with the series 1965

; MeUtl daaciftcd the new So- transmission four-speed fully synchronized manual :-brushed aluminum In the "Oldsmobile' 98 models for vinyl covered 98 Luxury sedan. For 1965. the Increasingly DurIng the Cotrs. TboIl1

/ Rocket la an 88's, black morocceen in the 1965." Meted said, "are more Oldsmobile will produce 19 popular Oldsmobile F-83 model received Instruction. In
ptr at a bigger, nw (ears. !be
P .j Starflre, walnut grain In the elegantly luxurious than ever full-size model In 1365, Including : have been changed in many fradon of Army alrtieldl O o
powerful engine\ of Sgniweight! He noted that other mechanical City docket in ID4
t ee..." -the most distinctive: car in 4 Jetstar 88', the Jetstar I, area*. A new grille, headlamp, the maintenance of
cast-iron design. "Engine displacement design AnD
changes Include
t i hat been increased new frame for Increased rigidity a- The Startles styling, is particularly !. Oldsmobile's history. The W. 4 Dynamic 88 model, 3 Delta bumper and hood provide completely Among the cases disposed of aircraft ,

by 8 percent" Metzel laid and improved stability. distinctive. This full- have their own roofs, rear quarters 88's, 2 Starflres and five 118'.. changed and Improvedfront Wednesday, September 9 by Thompson entered

( "yet engine weight has been Front and rear suspensions are size sports car has Its own bumper, grille, and side\ Oldsmobile' Vlsta-Crulsers. end appearance. The rear City Judge Charles E. MIner last May and the AnD,

j roof, rear quarter, front and styling motifs The 98 Holiday with their new Interior and exterior end design Is also nl'W. including Jr., were Harold Maddox wilful training at Fort completed ballt

I I1., '' rear end design and specific Sports couple, with its own specific 1965 styling appointment, bumpers, tall lamp, and and wanton reckless driving. The Jacksos tc.

I !I' ge Six THE CLEWISTON: NEWS Oewiston. JTa. grille Side moldings give the roof features for the first are available in standard and end panel applique. Smartly $5000; Luis Pees, speed too 11181 21-year-old IOldier II I

'I Thursday September 17, 1964 appearance of external exbL time a V-haped rear window' custom versions of the 2-seat- redesigned side molding treat great for condition, $1300 plus SchooL graduate of C1ewllton RiA
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It PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS: TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 3. 1964


NOTICE: OF SPECIAL ELECTION: unlnr.lt. (not includingjun- anticipation certificates all or bored by the Secretary ef Stat Florid for ratification or rejection Iotration: gasoline ana lIke t.. (d) Said board .hal have the mon with cU
I which terms may any from tho anticipated relating to election or appointment at the ..n.rl electloa to dIstribution and use,' eto. power' to make ] all oth.r.set 0.14
-I 1 WHEREAS, the Lcglsletur of be extended by the legislatureto par' to bo derived from the of superintendent efpubllo be held In NO..lbe. loe4: (a) That beginning January raise and resrulatlona necessary .mpton, D b .PI'tl.
I \. UU, under the Constitution of not more than nine (I) year. licensing of motor vehicle provided Instruction la Taylor SECTION trials In lot Ut. and for ...nl.fl. to the full exercise of the power, .amnW uel of 0..0..
.
ISIS of the But of Florida did NO. S for In this amendment and count branch courthouse la Da..ountJ.I..1 years (1) the.at.r. the proceed hereby granted and no legislation thereon. .
pass Joint RMolutloni,, propos- SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION to enter Into any covenant and BaIT RESOLVED/ by the Legiswlatur trial may b* ent. Cc) per gallon shall bo required to render but Pl'Sctlvelnterets DO .h.1 .p_.,
'j: fnamendments to the Constitution NO.' USA other with the holders ot the Stat of Florida a pro..ld. by law, In branch of tho levied by this amendment of full foroo and thaa thouaarnlt' Of .
:' of the State of Florid JOINT RESOLUTION propping ot a..m..ta* or motor vehicle That an amendment t article In say municipality tate law, upon gaaollne and ether operating effect from and after 000.00) .ahall dola. .
and they were .wre.d to by a an amendment to subsections tax anticipation ortUcat. XII ef the Florida Con.ttutlo. withIn Dado county The clerk like product of ptrl.u. January 1st. 1501. The Leglila- one (I) b.10.. .
TOI of thr-flfth ef the n.m- (a) and (b)' of Section at the time of by adding the of any court the .helt. and now known, a the turf shall continue the levies of (1) on any .
bsrs elected to tacit boo... The IS Article XII of the Constitution thereof concerning the security below, to bo numbered by thoSecretary any Tax, and upon other fuel usedto said taxes during the lit. of tbl.Am.ndmet Ceding bou.nor 'boll .
vote of laid Joint Resolutions of Florida I relating to thereof and the right of the of Stat, I I. agreed to .Id county. shall maintain such propel motor y.hlcl. ball and not en- amount .f ..mplon all.
were entered upon their respsotlTO the use of part of tb rnnu.d.rl. holder al of which covenant and that said amendment ahallb .. within, such munlclpaltJ a. collected b* placed .bal effect of any person .IC
I Journal with tho yoara and .... from the tb.r.ot .mnnts .bal submitted to the electors ef and bars available In the 'Stat Road Distribution withdrawing tho precede of saId portlonate .. viiiiE
naya thereon .n" they did do'O.rmlne motor y.hlcl.for capital outlay constitute legally binding Florida for ratification or rejection booka aDd record therein, a. Trust Fund" In the Stat Trsas- two, cents (Ic) of said Isles the Interest ew.Ji J!
end direct that the> laid .. and other revocable contrct with, Much at the .n.rl eleetloa t may be necessary to accomplish) ury and divided Into three (I) from the operation of such person. The leglslatur.nl.! I
I Joint Resolutions be submlttsdto school holder. fully enforceable b. held In the purposes arosndment equal part which' shall b distributed Tbs board shall tbll pr.trlb appropriate and SM
the elector of the Stat. of BE IT IE:8LV.'lY Ti by such holders In any SECTION . "bounty ..- provided tOftI'p: I office monthly among *evral am.ndm.nt '"''* tnd other expenses .. resulatlnt the BUS! f
Florida at the General Election court of competent Jurisdiction. perlntendent of publlo In.truo of such clerks or other officers counties as follows, on. part for services ncr of establishing the rl.hll
I on November I, 1144 OP FLORIDA: No such bond or motor vehicle ton; appointment In certain shall not b* removed from according to area one part according for or ", r.nd.ro specifically aid exemption.SECTION .
NOW THERE/FORE, I, TOllADAMd That the following, amendment tax anticipation certificates t the county scat.NO. to ppllatlo.and one charseable to, tho accountof proporly S. This rMoitin
I Secretary of State of to ..b..tlo.(a) aad (b) .section shall ever bo Issued by the state (I) ;'county superintendent part counties' any oevnty from fund distributed shall become effective enlr on, 1
j the State of Florida d* herebygive XII O the Con.ti.tiation board until aflsr the adoption of of public 'Instruction shall 10 contribution to the cost of stat to such county; but gun.oral It approval I by a majority 01 tic I
j noiSes that a of rlorl' 'Ii I* hereby a resolution requesting the Issuance appointed by the county b HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION road construction In the ratio of expenses of the board for fr..htld.r voting in a r,1srn. I
agreed to aa Ibal b* submittedto thereof by the county of public Instruction In bard NO. IS distribution a* provided In Chap. services ''etloll to bs held I In
\ GENERAL ELECTION the the stats for board of publlo Instruction ot the county, providing the proposition A JOINT RESOLUTION relating ter 1S46I, Law, of Florida Act alike rendered all the counties ota County at the _"r.
ball be nOt
will b* held In each County In ratification or rejection at the county on b.b.1 of which such I I. affirmed by a majority to the judicial department, of 1111. and for the purp.of them and paid prorate or regular primary electloa i
aft next general election to be held be Issued. The proposing an amendment to the apportionment among .Id
Florida on the first Tussday obligation vote of the qualified elector of SECTION I. Should this
November In November. 11441Sctlon board of education shall subsection Ii), Section I, of counties' for the fund on the same basis said .1.]
I er the first Monday In state Taylor county making the offIce ontrlbuto. lIon b* rejected by the
,c which date la November I.Jectl'on II SCHOOL BONDS) limit the amount of such bonds of county superintendent of pub article V of the Florida Con- cost of oo..toto.., tax proceed are 41.trlblte or. In Sarasota ,. tlh.l.I
I' U" for the ratification or ro.1 FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY, IN-, or motor vehicle tax antlcipatioocertifIcate. lie Instruction stltutlon, I IDcre.lnw the number the amount of the among the several ; pryld.d. resolution shall County. null .Ih.. I
I/1 of the said Joint Resolution SURNCIDwlnoln.( Jan which, can b. Issued (1)) To submit.ppolntY". of Judicial circuits: preserving established by the certificates report of said expenseshall IN TESTIMONY vtli 11
bo I
to each
-6 proposing amendment to ).'- on behalf ot any county to contained In subsection ((1) to certain :: : mad In Ul pursuant to said ma. Regular have hereunto set WHEROr. I
I the CpnatltMtlou *f the State cfPlutItU (II) years thersaftor. the first ...nt'-".par cent (71%) of the elector a special election BIO IT E DJwIr.I'- Chapter 111. shall b* take B..lon .Le..latu. and thoexpenses affixed the Oreat s-.i of .|
/ vies proceeds of the r..nu.* derived the amount which It d.t.mln.. hall b* called by the county laturt of the and .. In computing of the board lmit Stat. of Florida >t TullahaiiN I
.4 from the licensing motor vehicles can be serviced by th* ry.nu.accurln. comml..lonel..f Taylor county That the ", amendmentof the monthly amolnt distributable the Capital, this the Xth toy ell
i Na. 1 to the extent necessary to to the county upon the request of the county subsection (1), SUCTION I, of according .d con NO. II A D, 1114. I'
I HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION comply with the provision ef provision of this am.ndm"t board of public article V of the Con.ttutloll of tributions. Such fund. distributed HOC8B A..u.t TOM ADAMS
,' title amendment, shall, as eoilectud and such which election, shall II.tructon Florida I I. agreed .hal ahall b* administeredby JOINT RESOLUTION (SEAL) or Soul|
i t I. A ZO1NT8ESOLIJTIO' ; PRO- be placed monthly In the conclusive. All such bonds or within sixty (es) day after thC b* submitted to the (lector the State Board of Admlnlitratlon A RESOLUTION NO. 101 Str.t.rJ
t POSING AN AMENDMENT OF county capital outlay and debt motor vehicle tax anticipation request and the re.ult thereof this stat for ratification or toInChion a* le.lnaft.r provided .JOI prp.- CN1, IT,
ARTICLE VII OF THE CONSTITUTION service school fund In the slat certificate shall be issued In hall determine whether, subsection a the general .I"tlo. to (Ib) The chairman, amendment to S.Pt 1U
I, Of THE STATE Of treasury, and used only as provided the name of th* State board of ((1) shall b* effective la b. held In No..embe. 1DI4: the Stats Truur.r. and the X Section I of the Slate Constitution -
I FLORIDA: PROVIDINO FOR In this am..dm.llt Such educatIon but .hal b* Issued for aid oounty. SECTION Circuit courts State constitute relating to bom..t.a
APPORTIONMENT OP T H B revenue shall b* an- and on the county ) Should th* county adopt (1) JUDICIA CIRCUITS. The a body corporate to be u.mptlon
I FLORIDA LIAJISLATURH- luaU, among tht I.eralOUI board of public Instruction requesting (provision of subsection (1) .. establish not known, a* the 'State Bud of of tho State by of the Florida Legislature -
VIDING FOR SUBMISSION TO In the ratio of the numberof the I Issuance thereof, hereof It may, after four ((4) more than twenty ((10) Judicialclrcuite Administration ", bar .
I TUB ELECTORS.. B. It RssolvsdBy Instruction unit In each and no election 1 or approval of year return to its former status each composed of a .h.1 succeed to all the SECTION Article 1 That the a..dmet NOTICE .APPLICATION
to X Section T ofthe
county In each computed a* county or contiguous eountles snd authority ot the statutory
The Lslalatur year qualified electors .r tr.hold.r and poled| the provision of this contrl
Florida Constitution set FOR TAX DEED
a*
Of the Btat of Florid provided herein The amount of hall b* required for the Issuance unction by the same procedureoutlined and of not I..than fifty thousand Board of Admlnl.trato"Paid forth below I* to and
the coilowinc' amendment the first revenues derived from thereof In subsection (t) hereof ((60000) Inhabitant. ao- Board shall hav. b a.ro. elec Chapter funkNotice
i OfT Article I Vit of the Constitution the licensing of motor vehicles for adopting the provisions cording to the au tion to such lr. may b* .bal INl. rl.
of Florida I. agreed to and to be so set aside In each year : thereof In the b..lnnlnw. thorised by law,, except that the conferred by law, the of Florida for ratification I I. hereby given thai t I IV.
shall b ubmltted to the .1..- and distributed aa provided COMMITTEE FOR county of Monroe shall control and super- or rejection at the general election
he.In gDTITE (4) In tho event a referendum con.t. mln..m.nt b held In November. PIckle the holder of the following
tore of this stats for ratification shall be an amount Oua II HOUSE election results In a Chang In tote one of the circuits', proceeds of said II44f.t has filed a'
or rejection, at the general des.i4 tho aggregate to the of the method of selecting a county ed, however, fliers shall be no two' cent (tIc) of said taxes and certificates.rtlflcat.for tax deed I.
a
; tlon of 1144. four hundred dollars ("00,00) A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing perlntendent l the Incumbent reduction In the mbe of circuit all moneys and other asset* whichon X Issued thereon The ccrtitmt,
i j tff\ multiplied by the total numberof an amendment to ArtioleXII hall b* permitted to serve the judges residing any coun the effective date of Chic AfTC number and of l I.
ARTICLE VII Instruction unit In all the counties Section I of the State remainder of the term of officeto ty formerly a Mfl a judicial amsndment art applicable or SECION Z".mpton ef the y.of the .
description
APPORTIONMENT AND CENSUS? of Florida The number of Constitution; authorising Principal which h* was, duly elected or circuit, which Is hersaftr may become applicable to the from .-Every which, prry
and the In I
Section 1. COMPOSITION OF In.truotlo. unite In each oounty of State School Fund. to appointed cr..t" dlld.d changed or bonds of the several counties of person who, bat the local names, I
THE LEGISLATURE. leg.lilatur I.. year for the purpose of b* expended for Capital Outlay r.yl..d this stat, or any special rod lit;. or beneficial title In equityto are as, follows.Con
of the Stat of Florida this amendment shall b* the on behalf of State Institution NO. T and bridge dl.trlct or othsr spa- real property In.this slat and i. 1m
shall consist of a senate and a greatcr of/tathr"( ) number of instruotlon of Hlghsr Learning Including JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 41 clal taxing thereof, whoreside, thereon and In Wo I xeae IswDe.crlpfleu
house of cc pea..ntativee. Member I / each nounly Junior Colleges and IENATI NO. III HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION sod prior to July 1st, 1511, faith make the same hi* or .oumd
of the eenat shall b* *lct> for the school fiscal year 1011-tl Capital Outlay for Publlo A JOINT RESOLUTION propos. NO. 161 road and bridge purpose Th permanent hom.or the permanent aIls' of Lutntr- i U*
I t. ... for a term of four ((4) year computed In the manner heretofore Schools leg an amendment to Article A JOINT RESOLUTION propos.f. word "bond*" U used herein home or other Except *
N14I -
and members of the house shall provided by general law,, or BE IT RESOLVED by the XVI. of the Florid Constltu. !? .. amendment to Article hall Include bonds, time war' legally or naturally dependentupon 874' of lot Improvements 1 Ilk I
b* elected for a term of two (I) ( ) the number of Instruction lature of the ot 1.1e. lion, relating t* the location of the Constitution of rants. notes and other form of said person, shall b* entitled only said hot.I I
( property
r yeare. The term of member cf In .ucl county for the That article Stat, I of of the Seat of Government; the stats of Florida providing Indebtedness issued for road and to an exemption from all All of Hendry, Stall
I the legislature shall expire on the school computed In the Florida Constitution b* ddlng Section providingfor an additional method of revis bridge purposes by any count tnaton. except for assessment the County of
first after the first the manner heretofore or hereafter amended a* let forth and meaae to .IA continuityof Inc or amending the Consti or special road and .p"I.1 benefit, up to the Florida.Unlea. certificate. .
!I / dau1da&0: er In each provided by wone.1 law, that said amendment blow State and Local Oovernmontaloperatione tutionBE trict or other special taxing assess valuation of fIve thousand inch ,
regular election year Msmbsrs and approved by the ctat boardof ted to the. electors of Floridafor In periods of emergency IT RESOLVED by the Legis .I.tlct outstanding on July 1st, dollar (1500000) on *aldhomo b* redeemed acordl. 1 1
/ of the .senat and house of representative education (h.r.llI.ft.called ratification or rejection at resulting from dlsaet.recues. lature of the State of Florida: Ui. any rsfundlng Issues and contiguous real the property sold te.
I .I A''y: elected a* the state board or (5)) number the general election to bo heldIn .4 by *n my attack. That the amendment to Article the.of. Bald Board shall have erty, ae defined In certificates will se the Frost fof
/ provided by law. nsw county of Instruction unit In each November, 1004' BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature XVII of the Constitution of Ilor the statutory powers, of Boards flection 1. of the errot highest bidder at flrrt
/ that may b* orcatsd shall I b* county on behalf of which the Section I. PRINCIPAL OP of the State of Florida: Ida by adding thereto a of County Commissioners and the rear 1535 and bI'a, on th* I:
i entitled to one ((1) member Ic .tal board of education has Is- SCHOOL FUND TO That the following amendment to b* numbered section 4. a. set Ilond Trustee and of any other provided that In th.r.afte day month Ith ft Oft osr:
.I' the house of reDness tativCa In bonds or motor vehicle tax fTATI INVIOLATE B X C RD ot Article XVI of the Florida forth below, Is I agreed to and authority of special road and ty the first two, thousand Cou.- 1144 lcl .l' the 1104 *e'A.M.
r excess of any limit prescribed, In anticipation certificate under TION. The principal of the Constitution by adding sectloa .hal b* submitted to the .1... bridge I districts, end other spa- lars (II.000.DO) of the assessed October at : o
.' 'I the following, section of this this amendment which, will produce stats school fund shall remain 1A I. agreed to and shall be submitted of Florida for ratification clal taxing districts thsrsof with' valuation of such of
article until the next reappor- sufficient r.y.nu. under sacred and Invlolat except only to the elector of the or reSectIon at the general regard to said bonds (except be taxable for =:f'r'b. Dated this Itb Day Ipl
tlonment and the county shall this! amendment equal one and that the principal of such fund state for ratification or rejection toll to- be held In No.mbr. that the power to levy ad valo only and tho exemption shall apply :s'gia'tur4:: and official tills
: b* assigned when created to a one-third (1 I/I tlm.the aggregate may b* expended for capital outlay .t the general election held In rem taxes Is expressly withheld to tK* next five thousand *
) senatorial district a* determined amount : ctrl of on behalf of state Institutions November, 1144: BECTION 4. Additional Motho from said Board), and shall takeover dollar for school pur- Marl* C W.bl
b, the legislature. and Interest on bond or of ia..I.lnw or all papers, document andrecords hIOOoO Dp.t Cltk
'i. j of higher I.a.lnw. Including SECTION IA. Continuity atgovernment. Cn. poses .... valua ,
.
\ Section 1. SENATE APPORTIONMENT. motor vehicle tax antlclp.loa junior colleges, capital .-Th* legislature, la a method of concerning the name lion Slid title may be hold by (SBALSpT4")
: The legislature certificates which 11 ..tur outlay for public schools.NO. order to vising the entire constitution of Bald Hoard shall have the powr the entIreties, jointly I ::
continuity of or
I shall divide the stats Into fort,. and become due la year, tate and II.ur.governmental Frid&, and as an additional from tm. to time to Issue re !com- IT. H. Ot S I"
two' (41) senatorial districts with, oompute In the manner hereto I loal periods of operations t.tbod ef revising or amending funding to mature within .
only one (U) senator elected In hereafter provided by HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION rsnulttng from .m.r. any portion or portions of It, the said seventy-five year (Tl) r
I .ach district| except there shall general law, and approved by th* NO 1041 caused.ncy by enemy attack, shall. either branch of the legislature, period, for any ot said outstand
be two (I) senators elected I from tate board JOINT RESOLUTION proposing have the and the at any r..ula aesslon, or at asp leg bond or Interest thereon,
the Such funds distributed hall J p".r Imme apeclnl er and to them FRANK DENMEAD Realtor
ao secure
T the most popul ouscoun ty. an amendment to Article diate duty ( to extraordinary session by a pledge
additional .nator being assigned be administered by the aisle XII of the State Constitutionadding prompt and pr.ld, fo called for th* purpose, may propose of anticipated receipts from such ,
j th* number forty-three (41). board a. now created and constituted a Section to be numbered sion to the powers, and duties.ICC.. by joint resolution a revl- gasolIne or other fuel taxes to
Tb. forty-two' (41) districts shall by section I ot article by the Secretary of State publlo offices *f whatever 110" of the entire constitution or be distributed to such county a. '
b* apportioned among the ssvral XII of the Constitution of Flor relating to the election or appointment and whether, filled by election nature a revIsIon or amendment of any heroin provided but not at a associated with
I : oountl of the *tat* so a* ida. For the purpose of this of Superintendent of or the portion or portion thereof and greater rate of Interest than said u now
p I. to provide equitable representation amsndment said stats board, as Publlo Instruction In Esoambla bents of applntm'ltt Incum- may direct and provide for aa bond. now bsari and to I..u.
i f based upon similar econo- now con.ttutod shall continue Lake Martin, Okaeohobe. available for carrying b.coD unpowsr t election th.r.on sell or exchange on
nile ..aand as a oorprat. during the Palm Beach, Putnam and Bemlnole and duties of such on offices If the resolution I I. adopted any county or ualt for tho sole GEORGE LEWIS 'Inc.
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orI- district life of tbl. and hall Counties and (i) to adopt such by vote of three fifths (/1) pu"o.* of retiring said bonds ,
: consist coun. have all the power provided In BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature other measures b. of the members elected to by such
.hal be divided this amendment In addlltlon to a may necee- ., the and road and bridge'Imctr ::tl
I and no county may of the State of Florid*) nary and proper for Insuring the ho. yea nay .1.1
i' In creating a senatorial die- all othe constitutional and statutory That article XII of the FlorIdaConstitution continuity of governmental: be alo their .special taxing district : General Estate
operations. Real
Pods COUllt power, related to the pur be amended a. set In the eiercli of lbs journal the proposed revleloa f '""M or other fu.1 tax
'section"1!. RIPREAPNTATtON peas of this amendment heretofore forth and that said resolution or amendment shall tlclpatlon c.rlflct.bearing In-
hereby conferred
"I I THR HOVSJ or hereafter conferred upon bloe ... to the elector power lalatur Shalt In all respects the : .ubmllt to the .I..tor of tl.b tonal. a more than three 269 So. County Palm Beach, f
I mid board : per (I
Representation )
of Florida for ratificationor form to the requirement of or r.J. per annum In such Re
; SENTATIE8 (b) The state board shall, la tine at the aext .
(r i of representatives rejection at the gcaeral election Constitution except to the w.n.rl donomlnalon. and maturing at
ball consist of on hundred addition to Its other con.tll.tlonal to b* held In November, 1144.Section tent that la the judgment of the as held more than ...nt) (1 dar bin the seventy. 252
I t w e I y e (111)) representative and statutory po"er., -% County superlatsndent legislature '0'to do would, after the adoption of th five ysar (II) a* the T
I 1 which shall b* apportioned have the m.na..m.nt entr.1 of public Impracticable or would, admit b tloa unless by vote of three board may d IrIa
n.tructonl
.7 f' among the counties! by the method and proceeds appointment In undue delay fourths (1/4) of the members to exercising now, regarding dewiston area prop
it \ of equal proportion: that of the first part of the revenues (1) The county superintendent elected to each house, the legis pr..ld.d by for th* Investment Inquires
i''I ach county .bal have one representative derived from the licensing of of public Instruction shall beappointed I lature shall provide I for suhoute'dion of sinking funds said be appreciated. Call W.
motor vehicles provided for In by the county board ef HOUSE JO NO RESOLUTION; af a special election at an Board may us* the Unking fund
''I repreentatlves nhaW."a'II: : : subsection Is), The state board public Instruction In the countls NO, SKI _rle date. The secretary of created for said bonds of any Beach collect. Branch office in CleW
to the .ctntl.. prprtlon hall also have power, IUDd.for the ef Zeambl&, Lake, Mat.., Okes- A JOINT RESOLUTION cause lotlc. of the county or special road and bridge
purpose of obtaining tor Beach andSeminols an amendment to rope proposed revision or amendment dl.rlct or other unit -""' '
,I 1 ruI.b for 1t:* the u.. of any county board .f wherein the proposition Ing IV Section It of the Constl.tutlon and of the date of the election ::rrr :: the hereundor.or ma ton will be open Sept. I let ThanlThedemandforW
,I l section shall b* public Instruction In acquiring: Is affirmed by a majority vote of Florida relating t* tboreoa to be published twice' In : participating: I here
i clt.n. of the United building, constructing, altering. of the Qualfl.l. .I.to.of any the duties of the commissioner one newspaper' la each county In in of other county or any
States .lal cot Include Improving enlarging furnishing such the oftlco of agriculture; eliminating his which a newepaper' I I. othur / rod and bridge
; I foreign born who, have or equipping capital outlayKeject of county superintendent of pub supervision vr matter the first publication publ.h. tlarlot or special taxing
per-
I' ; sot became naturalisedSection school purposes, to llo I Instruction haloing to public lands more than ten (10) or las* thaa thsrsof. provided that
1'\j\ 4. The legislature hall n 'or motor vehicle tax (I) The bard appilltl.publ. latruotloa BE IT by the Legl*. eight ((5) week bfor. the elec- to said matured bonds the
t P reapportion the representationof anticipation certificate*, and also of request REIOLVI of Florida tlon and the ..ond publication th.ref a* an Investment :
!J k the house and senate at the to Issue such bonds or motor vehicle an election, which may b That the t.following to bt "J*"* one (I) w..k aft- price paid th.rfor. which ; ]
.'1:'j 1IT1 regular session of the lg- tax anticipation certificatesto a special election or may be ment to Article IV. a.n4 er the first and act 1.. than hall act exceed parvalue -- ,
W I.iat ureas 4 vry ten ((16) years pay, fund or refund any bend the ballot of any regular primary the Florid Constitution.0 I four 44)) week, before pies arlt that -
1 1 ce. thereafter based upon the pre or motor vehicle tax anticipation or general election to bo agreed to and b* submItted tion It the proposed revision or Mid rtabear 11 stacker
S I cedinglatest federal decennial"s'cUon certificate theretofore Issued by designated by the board of pub to the .bal of the state amsndmeat receives the favorable renVdVpe .anVuV three per and
tl' state board All such bonds lie In.tructlon and upon such for ratification or rejection vote of a majority of th* (
f : I. If part of this! hall bear Interest. not exceeding reu..t the board of the general election held la a elector voting thereon, It shall A f Joint resolution aI I declared Dncoutt.tlonl four and one-half (4M percentum county "mml..lonr of suchcounty veraber. ||44i take effect at Booa on the flr t nually us* said funds In each fl ,cattle b heavy
I or null and void' per annum and ahall ma. special Section 14. Commissioner ot Tuesday after the first Monday county account, first, to pay .
t- .ltr. resolution hall tore aerially In annual Installments election. or cause to be placed on apl.ulu. duties, etc. The of the t;:: following lb.election rent principal and Interact ::-
w be null Inoperative.NO commencing DOt more than the ballot at such other election .m.I..lo" of agriculture shall :upon la a gen- t.lnl. If any, of said bonds and Buy only the
three (:) years from the date oiseuaac. the proposition whether subsection perform such duties In relation oral electloa ea the six let h f .ln.' or other fuel tl eo- _
II f thereof. end ending I not 1 shall bo .f.ctly. In soul to agriculture a* b* prescribed ((0) day afer the electIon If tolpaloa crtfeat. such
SENATE JOINT fZ9LtIOJ later than thirty ((10) yuan. from count by law,. m. also upon special electloa.NO. : : .r .p.lal road a.d cattle want
I l NO. 11 the dat of I..u.no..r laaor)' (I) Any county adopting the have supervision of .bal stats In slthor ease .n any "rldl' 'I.trct .r otb.r ._Ial you
I tEI J.JO I ESLUfOJ propo- 1, .000.D. i I. earl.icr provisions ef subsection (1) hereof prison, and shall perform such. designated th.r. d.t t"inw .1'Ult tb'rf: .oad
Article motor vehicle tax
I 'JYI may after four )'tr. returnto ether Cities may prescribed .tebl.b sinking
& I :4.} XV!" Ssetlo df'of the StateCoeetitutiOs anticipation o.rtltc.t. shall It. former status r..t by law. b II Olnt. met ttur. rOul.ao
'1 fJ.r tho 'ba Intsrest the p.y"lo.sf this HOUSE RESOLUTION ef said iras -
C i length of terms of *. and one-half (.%) per cen the p..u. outlined tosubsection NO.0ENATB JOIN. In* or other fuel tax *
BE IT ?$ ; tum per annum and shall natureprior b..o. for adopting JOINT RESOLUTION A JOINT RESOLUTION tloa c.rtlnoat."''b.It ""
I ,'f LZOI5LATURd OF to 1. ante, ( In plo. lOis propoa. lb. appar
fHkl lanuar AD the Ing an amendment t* Article a.tlolpate P.M.
or The state .1. have begien t TJ A .JOI RESOLUTION proper IX Bectloa II. ef the Conetltutlen :- year Will not -le. Every Monday at
I That article XVI of er to ail other detail (4) I. the event a referendumonctlon amendment to ArtIcle of tho State of Florida scheduled payments thereon Oual: 1:0
p the Florida constitution b* of said bonds or motor vehicle recalls In a cl.n.. .lathe XVI of tee Constitution of relating to taxation and tllr any remainlag bala.cs out
'I finance
,,I act forth below and anticipation certificates and .. ... precede of said ,
mended a* ta .tlo ." Florida by adding a section t* by extending the period te twe eente
14 I Jj that said resolution be submitted :: after :: luprhlt..d.nt the Incumbent b* nembered by the secretary ef time covered by said Article 1 Ic ; cold =.. shall monthly
I:II J to the electors of Florida for lie "Jytr.a'r : p.rmlt to thereassinder of state authorising civil trials lZSoeUon I" until January .. *
at the vehicle : .I. u
-1 ratflaUo. or refection' tl' offle la branch courthouses la Dad* I* ill* folo. 1.bt
t b* 1.10 la anticipation .rtlfJt. upa to which ho ..duly elected .. county.Ba BE IT IEILY by the Lerlslater cent (p0%) pr
each term eadltl.n. .'plnt. IT RESOLVED by the Leglslatur Dpar.t for tb. Ra.
I TSS"TERMS or or.I the stats provide. ef the State of Florida That Article. IX t Ilordal n.trctloll of.on.tato.
: ASS
1! rICH CHEATED B r LI- The or"a also hare NO( That a* ameadment t Article tl State I.Uaa II ::dfO rl th : : tybrtdtceeoveecung LIVESTOCK MARKET
TURJL Th* power to the payment -, BOUSI. RZO X tho Florida a* fellow, I I. hereby a.n. = i GL-DE
SOS emote any the term ef the principal I of and Interest NO. .. the .C.tluUa e and ball b* stibatltted a. stat. 5ulg.
I of which shall b! longer thaa on such bond or aetepvebiole A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing below, to nimbsro by fob elector of the atat* for ratification : )'
four (4) rear*, exoept member- tax anticipation certificate a* amendment te Article oeretary tat Is agreed u> or rejeetloa at the general t,.r' .:; ) : These BattsCU.1
I hip we (I. board *argd with Including refunding Mne ,XII of' the State Constitution aad that said amendment shall election ef November, 1SI4| Cnt glmIHlon.r. W 1m

J I responsibility **Ueg.*> ..4 or refunding motor t adding' Section te b* aCme b* submitted to the electors ECTION II I ef a"a. :



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THE :FULL Gospel of Jesus Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS: Pap Y ,

SLIP COVERS and drapes. Cos. Christ 11 being preached at Thursday, September 1'1, UU '
tom made Complete line of the dewlston Assembly of God

ItLASSIF.IED drapery and slip cover fabric -We have new visitors most
ADS Free estimates. Can YU 2-58J1, every weekWelcomeJames-

Van Cothern's Custom Furniture KimbreL Pas- Harlem News

and Upholstery tic Vr) lie

Bafeal Crass ,< t' I

RATES: I'our'I' tie, various sizes and prices. TWO 69-Foey LOTS ON LAKE FOR SALE-Deluxe O.E. range LOSE WEIGHT lately with News of Our Colored Community : I IWtS.

per 0um per lDaerUoa.1a Small cash payment JUNE for sale $3.750 each. ISO.00. Third house west Francisco Glades Roofing Co.AD Dex-A-Dlet tablets. Only We JANIE: S. OAJADHA Colored New Edits: d. ''I'
sans loUr FOR RENT Efficiencies and
Term '
charge t
1/3 down. Phone Lake Apartments After 6:00pm. Type *f lest and drug store. SeptlTp Phone YU 1-1851' ,
at
II .
your
Ill for the price of thrH.pIIONE house a* aval1sbte.Over : Placd HO :34635 tic ReFOR Skeet Metal Werk ,

1,000 vacant lots to select Mew Contractual: *rEvpsjr TAKE OVER payments: on a ''1
yUkon 3.1191me from for all purposes. Various SALE 1952 Jeep. Financing Jab 1963 Chevrolet Impala. Power JOHN L. WALKER, Reading Mrs. Marl Johnson '

price Terma.INVE8'1"MJN'1 available. Phone YU 2- steering power brakes, radio rrA8'EA.KE& Selection ?.. Friendship Baptist

,.... wboH adds AND INCOME 4941. Ite Phone 2-7111 and lIe.wr. Seen at S25 W S.,.. South Church Choir
A native of Orangeburg
Gospel
&be Sugarland
.r II ,.. FOR RENT Apartment, furnished Day M Evenings Ito Selection
PROPERTY. more.
t". palMI FOR SALE10'x43'!: two bed- Carolina. Received bU Bachelorof Singers
say pick single person. Jack L. r. 0. BOT 1242CLEWISTOM. ,
CrfItal T tit. $ 60 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent room house trailer Call YU
.. J\III)\ *' .r the New'sf'Deatre. : CBS construction. I2J.OOO. Scott. 220 E. Arcadia. tic 3-2521. Oct 5c Fib a
..pUJDeD w4HELP l Notice of Death
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soot beped LONG TERM low
Interest FOR RENT
aa.esbefore two bedroom FOR SALE-From the Estate of The many friend of the Red-
Wade"IEPL farm, cane grove and ranch
trailer 1 bedroom
far trailer 1 Glenn E (Fat) Etherton. One dick family share their sympathy
? mortgage. minimum $30,000. bedroom WANTED-Earn $20 per :
apartment furnished. 18' boat and trailer 1958 50. In the loss of their loved
w. LISTINGS NEEDED Phone YU 2-4064 Uc HP. Evlnrude motor. 1959 IS day or more In permanentroute one. Mrs. Lassie Thomas, the I I

J. M. LANKFOKDBeg. FOR RENT-one and two bedroom HP Evlnrude motor. $375. One DisplayClassifieds work. Will train man Write or mother of Mrs. Reddick and I
If Inexperienced.
Real Estate Honker trailers also motor cycle 1963 Moped. Rea- woman Miss Willie Mae Thomas, who '
large
Mr. Heath. Box 2766 Memphis
mmro : SALE 530 East Sugarland Highway shady spaces. City sewerage sonable. Phone YU 2.2821 or YV; 1 Tenn. SeptlO-17p passed In Tallahassee Sunday' I
Wl Fire Auto and General No pets dewlston Trailer Park. 25211. tic Funeral arrangements are being ;G; I !I
,
Insurance YU 22661. APPRENTICESHIP OPEN-for made by the Laster Funeral I
ESTATE sec
FOR SALE!: Walnut table, School Home Pensacola St., Tallahassee
OewUton. Fla. Ph. YU 22U1Herbert local young man. High I
lIE'I-two bedroom CBS con-- FOR RENT One bedroom chairs, and buffet. 175. YU 2- graduate to learn machlnlat'etrade. Fla.Muosneemeote.

.WCBU- $8,500.803pgSIDFr3 E. dark house. Phone YU 2-6881. tic 1061. tic Excellent opportunity.Start ,": I

oe rOOm trams. DEMAND GREATER THAN FOR SALE-Boat and trailer at government minimum I

eL Imm1CUlats EVER: for houses acreage FOR RENT-One bedroom mobile $50 Rt. 1, South dewlston.Arvll Bob OverholVs wage. Stockman' Sept24e The Band Parents will hold :,' I
'
yj
bedroom frame home. Call YU Green. Itp their first meeting for the new '.; J I
We
businesses. have customerswaiting.
jjjgjgjjDI 21236.tfo Trailer Sale) term Thursday night Sept. 17 I :
sjgoo.jSa. List your property with FOR SALE-1 adult, male registered HELP WANTED. WOMEN I 1964 at the school. All officers '
as 1vallable. I us. J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or Chihuahua 1 male, New and Used and members are asked to be

I NEW 2-BEDROOM.Hardwood 17301. tfo trailer space for rent. FairGrounds Chihuahua, puppy. Call YU 2- 515 Central Avenue WORK library present at 1:15: p.m. This meetIng .

.VbttUM home. FOR SALE-.2 bedroom house.R. Trailer Park Phone 1341. Ask for Bill Ledlow. Phone YU 3-1831 PART-TIME assistant will be available-a* at will be held In the Band .

% HOMES: In Broward.Mm H. Crawford. YU 2-3031. 3-3044. tie lip the dewlston Public Library room. r'J\\,; ,

lIS Beach and Dade coun- Uc NEW APARTMENTS-One and Richard M. Cone to start October first Apply to Science and Matter of Set- J. S. Gajadha !,'

two bedroom AlrC<'l1d1tioneci. Mr. Ford giving detail of education Degree from SC. State president f I
enc
Call YU 2-6673 tie FOR SALE Parakeets, 82.00 and experience. South ;
EDWARDSPlumbing In Orangeburg,
up Mynah birds African lovebird EeptWc College The Committee of the P.T.A. r

FOR UENT-Trailers and Trail.. *, monkey., cage, supplies.Pet Carolina.He towards will meet Friday bight, Sept. ', i
further
done study
1- Business Directory er spaces Royal Palm Trailer boarding Thompson! Wild Repair hat 18. In the school library, to complete /
Vets Info ServiceBy the Ph.D degree at the ,
Park. Phone YU 22603. tie Animal Farm Phone YUkon 2- ReplaeemeD.ta.Installations, plans for the P.T.A. Banquet
University of Texas, Austin a,1a,
'
1238. tie FRANK E. VELTRE All the committee member ,\
FOR RENT 2 and 3 room furnished Texas. Has alto done advanced are asked to be present at

GOULD BROS. apartment Phone 2- FOR SAU:>-PaynU envelope, Trouble Shooting County Service Office graduate work at the University 8 p.m. :w

JOHNSON CARS 127L tic printed with forty for social of Florida in Gainesville. Mrs. Annie Mitchell .vi ;'
Tank A ;
"Septic ; 01., INSURANCE LOANS"-. Prior to coming to Florida In .It
tot load $38 South PAINT STORE FOR RENT-2 bedroom trailer security deduction; withholding jJox of MO.and dewlstonNew other ped4lltf The director of the Florida 1962 served as Principal of president T .

list 1 t transportation for your with large room added. Phone tf Department of Veteran Af the Voorhees High School In !
Insured efflcw Call YU 2-6711
money Licensed Contractors YU 2-3252. tic fairs Melvin T. Dixon announced Denmark SC from 195MO; Club Note '

Ob side of Miami nEB ESTIMATES ALL MAKES: xV USED TV 325 E. Ventura today that a veteran served as Dean of Voorhee The HMN. Club. (Helping ,,!
FOR RENT-Small house. Furnished SET Guaranteed. 81995 may borrow on any permanent Junior College 1961; served as Meet Needs) presented their Initial 1"

Tsar rhUee DealerCARITHERS I11K E. Bnrariand Hwy. or unfurnished S33 down. (14.\04 per month. LAKE policy In amount not to exceed Administrative Assistant to the program Sunday afternoon .it\\

rhone YD Mill per month. See Mrs. Sloan 433 APPLIANCE: CO YU 2-7151. tie M* of Its reserve value. President of ClaQln College at the Recreational Center. Ina , E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson be mad at 1981.nel Principal very Impressive cultural manner
Repayment may ; now serves a* '
( tfe FOR SALE-1963 model house PRIME FARMLAND any time before! default In any of Lincoln Park AcademyIn the following program was '

RADIO and TV SEE US TORBOTTLED trailer 10x55', S bedroom premium payment: In amount Fort Pierce, where he .Is be enjoyed by local: and out of town :

Reasonable. M o .h r s Trailer of $300 or more. ginning hi*,third term. guests.

IA1ES:: WITH SERVICE GAS -miscellaneous For Sale Park, Bell Glade. Lot 13. YA ,Interest 11 1 payable annuallyat Served In the Armed Forces: Theme -. Helping Meet Needs ,,'

Appliances'SalesService Sept24p LAKE 4% per year Although it la France Belgium, Germany and Devotion -. Mrs. Fannie Davis !;,( i
BckcQ! Bid*. 108 Bond St. L H. King. r
FOR SALE Eight toot glass OF desirable to repay the amount Czichoslovakla. Scripture Rev. I

Phone YU 24441 sliding door. Two four foot '860 acres. Asking 1750 per borrowed as soon a* possible to A member of many professional pastor Friendship Baptist- ;;,4I
sections complete with track LOSUN&fOUNQ.I "1 I I acre. At OewUton. Approximately save Interest charges and to return organizations, h a v"l n g Church '1 ,

CLEWISTONTRAILER POWER GASCORPORATION Like new. Phone YU 27771. H mile Hwy IT the Insurance principal to been recently Initiated Into Phi Welcome Mrs. Mottle Hilton ,.i

Sept24e LOST! Small tan, long .haired frontage. Residence barns, Its full value there Is no required Delta Kappa a professional fraternity Occasion ._ :Mrs Vera Whltfleld

female dog City tag number rock roads pumps, 100% repayment scheduled.For ; in education. Solo "God Leads Hi Dear ,
SALESNew REGISTERED CITRUS TREES 841 and name tags Answers to improved. Contact Jules applications to make a loan Presently serves as the parliamentarian Children Along M Mr. Lottie "I

FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. Pepper. Call YU 2-6644 or YU Romfg m 14592. on your permanent GI Insurance for the 1964-65 administration William f
& Used YU 3-3101 M. Tomliuson Ona, Tla. Phone 2-4341. Ite policy Dlxon suggests that of the Florida Reading,'. Mrs. Eddie Moody t I

us 27 E. YU 2.2661WALDRON'S BE W788 tic THE KEYES CO. you contact your local veteran State Teachers Association Introduction of Speaker .. Mr. t

tmWl1f' It \ct 4 134 BUoaym Bird. county service officer or write Clvle-mlnded a member of Carrell Reddick ,
1TJENDXY COUNTY FOR SALE MobUe Hotce. Vied "}J.\ : Miami Fla. Dillon direct at P. O. Box 1437. the Kappa Alpha Psl Fraternity Speaker Mrs. W. C. Taylor' n.i

Title & Abstract Co. 1963 Immaculate 2 bedrooms, St. Petersburg, Fla.Swissham married and he has three Belle Glade Fla. I

TUU AIIItr.et.-n. bsoruesrnblle kitchen dining room completely children Response Mrs. J. S. Gajadha
MEATS AND GROCERIES Remarks ... Prof. A. A. Thomas -
Btenosrapherrkotoeeprter furnished ..ndup on lot. WILL TRADE lot w senate Believe that good schools
filling
Open 7 to 1 DnpUoatlnf S4.3SO Financing arranged for for good Lake lot to build s Sewing Machine build better communities but Harlem Academy r
.m. p.m.
Bridie 8$. sad Tack Are. qualified buyers. Model open cabin on In Lake Placid. BUI Repairs Combine 1 cup finely-chopped that we need good parents and Special Presentation ,. Mr. ;
LaBelle. Fta. T. O. lies "Ioa.llre ham Vt cup pickle relish Alma George ,I je
02to8p.m. I.un daily 9 to 9. Sunday after church Blum S850 Lora St. Ft Myers, good teacher to "build good
well drained 1 teaspoon prepared schools. Mr. Georgepinned A beautiful
Qewiston Trailer Sales phone Fla. dot SINGER
Sis! Days a Week
YU 22661. tic mustard and V cup dairy corsage on the speaker Introduced -

CLOSED( : EVERY TUESDAY) WNOUNCEMtNTS t t MlSt Sales Service sour cream. Divide evenly on Florida pupil earn trip the club member aft
EVINRUDESales FOR SALE One office desk. four slices of buttered bread. er which she presented the ,
Far Your Spur of Moment formica, also student' desk Parts RentalsBrand allowing about V cup filling to OonnMUcut speaker with a beautiful basket
Picnics BLUM SONS PLASTERING.Very : A score of "Star Pupils" from E
secretary chair and two stenog.. for each sandwich. Spread filling of gift, a token from each
hr IfOts East of Oewiston and Service Beet Work- new touch and sew ,the free tutorial project, carried
bread.
chairs. Double A Roofing Co.Suarl.nd to edge of Cover member of the club. f
Bar Beach W Saw You Money machines on display at out In the ancient city of
each with slice of Swill Cheese, Mr. M. I. Black Introducedour
New and I7e4 Meters Highway, YU 31131.tic Plastering Simulated Stone CAJUTHERS: RADIO TV lettuce and another slice of buttered St. Augustine, Fla. during the guest from Moor. Haven I
Martae Hardware Stucco Free Estimate Glades Merchantll Co. Authorized summer months by"New England
Attention Cattlemen bread. Make about 1 cup the American Legion Post 218.
Singer In store
farts and AccessariesMaria Licensed and Insured agent Ivy League college students '
FOR SALE-18 ft. plywood boat every Saturday. Please call filling. The presence of every ODe was '

lit h lie k elms.. U ........ Safety Kfmlm.atrk and trailer. 25 HP all electric 25 Yean In Business YU 24441 or come In 108 weeks, were vacation rewarded In with two recognized. The club member j

.m Mil with a lent tern .M.YUkM MSU Scott motor. 1960 weed-proof. 3850 Lora Street Bond Street. tic Westport, were dressed pink and white '. I
am INs, Uw test. ratee.wtth Anka Lodge. Lakeport. Fort Livers Fla. HeED Conn. They were the house (club colors) After the program Ii

R. E. WALDRON ltp 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 guests In of very prominent families every member wa a "
Wtstport. They were !
hostess wearing black organdy
Federal Land Bank taken on I tour of Yale UniversIty ? I
aprons to make their guests ,
museums, theaters and ,
lee II'' WrIte Toe prompt JmcJeDt: For 'SALE. talks with the Harlem Civic welcome to punch. and cake '
.
Home deliveryOP LPGAL NOTICS9 TO BIDDERS leaden la the group was Lester .
W. L HAY Sealed proposal for the oon.at.uctlon > I
THE HIAJII HERALD Tate a graduate of Harlem
GRAVELY of the 11(4 Addltlonlto '
I1 .ndoaIoZdIadBBdtgOVdlialna Cl*iris ton Elementary school Academy and at present a Johnson Cars

Call Bobby GiddnsTampa Wz Acres liendrjr received County by the Florida Hendrjr, will County b. member of the senior class at '

1'1J I-IUl Board of Publlo Instruction, La. F. A. and M. College Tallahassee State Hood 832. South '
KEEPS1ONtbVwork Belle. Florid on or bafor S:00 majoring In Elementary for "
5 Acres P..... Thursday, October *. 1114 Most transportation your ,
Electric time and plaoo I they education. He will Intern this side of Mlamil '
:.tll"bI"p""b :::: money
opened and read this year. Young Tate Is the .
Piny. ae.1n. All AJIIIIIueee Tribune CoplM of th. Proposal. Con. son of Mr. Vktruss and the

"Weal Centraettof 25 Acres tract Document. may Drawing be obtilnedby anlllpooltlo.tlo" lateLester Tate Sr. of QewU- y I

** *lni,... ibises 3.1321HATHCOCK'S as4 ellclble JAMBS g.n.ral M. HARTLJCf Contree'orsfrom >JtCHITECT ton. ?. '.. .." '

Ft. Myers House &' 2 Acres 1101 Harrlion Btrtct, Julia's
office
Florida I
of Hollywood the 8uprlntndBt or the of PubloInstruction : New Bethe'. A.M.E.: .. Rev. L. Beauty Nook :
News Press Courthoiin, LaBelle, Holmes, pastor
LOOK
Florida A deposit of ISO.00 It FOR THAT NEW
The t'iners. Board No. 1 and
:=MLEOLYP BDVlCII: required for each first set of Cutting. No
Home DeU.errW.O.CAKPBELL t Tinting Styling
..""" II BDncz Drawings and Hpeclflcatlon le- 2, celebrated their anniversary,
sad. to each. O.n.ral Contractor. at the church Sunday afternoonat Appointments Friday and
0lunON ..
Additional eats nay b obtained
NIGHT Phone 2-1711 by paying reproduction. 3 p.m. at the church. The Saturday I
__WsawerciW_ DadeMonroeRealty cost which coet will not b* returned following program In detail was Fr bI_...... Call Mill
The full amount of the.
Mr*. JmHa Sales rreprleter
presented.
> d.po.lt will b. refunded to all "
r Bidder provided all document Devotion -Mr. Elbert Allen Sr. 1 I
6:6: HP rr good* returned condition to, the wltblD Architect 11 days la Scripture -,,, Rev. L. Holmes

after the Bid Openlncs. Subcontractors Selection ,. New Bethel A.M.E. '
ATTENTION! 2M W. SagarUnd" Hfcfcway may obtain document Choir Harlem Club I'
Spraying by paying reproduction cost
I1raeljfaloRavdplbRattl TV 2-M41 amLteeMOTEL Tried
Mixed Drinks.
which soot will not b* r.funded.Documents Occasion Mr. Annie Mae Favorite I
nay b* examined Belvln Chicken, Fish. Hamburgerand I
fan"jrs/ Cane Growers and Ranchers workIDIll Ongv .11aI'Irvall offlc free of. charge at the Architect History of the Usher Board other Sandwiches I
Recorded Music
LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND .ekes CIfr Each proposal mutt b* aeaompan1.d Mr. Carelle Reddlck Popular Bands

WISELY n-car drhrs to the todsorer Cashier by Check a Certified or Bid Bond Check si. Solo Mis. Isabel!* Re... Mr. and Mrs. Win WaJUee
PLAN YOUR SO available-late yssj Muted by the Bidder and Surety Introduction of Speaker The J'reprfeten
do ALL your k "j. jjj4garden Company licensed. to do buslnes* pastor
FINANCING la Florida, In
a sum equal toYM'ort
"i. rat Frm Jobs with POWER Small motel and house cent of the" amountof Speaker -. Mr. H. L. McKlre
'00LLAL Hone.,_ ravel,doesn't fir np : bid. The Bond I Is required faculty member Harlem Aca
II .LhNJt LOAN "hlD egolng_ all completely furnished, a* a cuarante that If '
Pwabk CW T. Smite. showing th* Bid I I. accepted, a Contract demySelection Hilton's Grocery ,
I '\ Let GnnI.J flood operatocj will bo eatered into and th. per. lit Calvary Hap
lellaaaee' debts.' your tough f jobs sasy ... 1m Income. formanea of It properly secured tilt Church OrooariM. T r. s h Useta I '
I Vegetables. Cold Drinks. X..
l'Iaue. r. .. The successful bidder will b* re.quired
close tatprvmaesits. sew MUBsgs. sw Perfect for family looking to execute a Performance Reading ?_ Mr. J. H. Hardy- senttal: Items
wlD4 mself.es std Mten Infra...... Bond Severing and Including all Offering .. :Mr. w.
I NO BELTS! for small Grady Moody appreciate your atrcoMr. -
AaaI.t' .Ii **r.kas ,.... investment to labor and materials. Th* Performance
I f a fans. grtvs *r Bund shell b* wrltt.n and Mr. Warren Corbett .... '
Paekaa give additional
men IucL income.: In the amount of one hundred Poem __ Mrs. PIes M. Henry sad Mrs.Tlere.a mu.I'nprteton j

lilt:..h"..."OD d.3ThESE IIpltal Pods f.r the. turn enterprise. NO CHAINS! Priced $30,000with Frtc(100) per tent of the Contract Solo _..._ Mr. Selvin Sanford I
.
II : LOAN I
Proposal form* must b* properly !
ADTANTAGI'.S filled out and must not .b*
I. (seer as little as detached from the Specifications.N I ,
L 9eymeet.. Tractor quallfylns letter* or statements
p'uegev t "' L bepeedabl. $5,000 I down NO BIDDER MAT WITHDRAW Elite Cafe and Grocery
setaatvelyw
'-ce service (serrn* sgrfe-jltar/ $357.00 A BID submitted for a period of
1117). Will Take Home Land thirty ((10) day after the dots NEW LOCATION
rn I 'TOOLS EXTKA COMPARISONFINANCE or set for the openlne; of such BideTHE
L .....Wepaymoipetvneges without penalty.famfflar As Down Payment 0 W N B R RLBERVfcS: Corner Tennessee and Fourth Streets
serrk' .J' heal p.ple wit heal! agri- PLAN THE RIGHT to reject any .
1'Ibue. See local brokeror and/or all Bid. and to wale I.formaUtl. n- 1 I I I
e.. N your .* therein.By Home Cooked Food. Sandwich, Cold Drinks Candtea. 1 '
Ire d sorties te r.M please write *r phone contact i iJ Cookies and Ice Cream i ''I I 'I''
.l.lI.\y.
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Mir. ., DOTUS E. ABBOTT. Aid Mgr R. SJpratt. Chairman Exclusive 1 I

Federal Barry GRAVELY Tractors Inc. Chuck Bundschu Board of Publlo Ieelrcetics Service with Atmosphere a' smile i iDon't I II I

Land Bank Association LEE com.rr ATTBDTt: Hsndry County, Florida- <1 'L '

4067 Palm Beach Blvd. MOITOAOESrtMrers Carl B. Hornsby Superintendent forget to purohaae a dewiaton News '
and Secretary to the Board of t ,
Bradenton' Phone OX 4-1422 Public Instruction, Uendry fjo: .o- YUkon 2765111'
>*, ,,..,.. Fort Myers OXJord 4.7114.301 1408 I
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of reading to their children and children
Page THE a.EWISTON NEWS Clewiston Florida trick was traveling east on US Vented heaters rated over qualified teachers In the field of education ceased other thin tboee daoa
harvest Earl .ervlce.COIIDecIed
19M Sugar 27, east of the Hendry must assume more responsibility has
Thursday September 17 beellin
corner and lost control of her \: In getting students to July 7 effect t 0IIIr
car which struck a telephone school accreditizationSupervising apply themselves to readingand signed when P sldellt I
the
saidSwamp costs to be pole and continued on several teachers for its Instruction new law.
he
of the races he entered up hundred feet. There were no This new law
No buggies built on autoor the principal laid. The speaker also noted the gram to eltellds !be
swamp race serious Injuries to the threeadults principal C. J. school, children
truck frames raised high off Sugarcane harvest costs will Check the relief rolls and see if shortage of classroom space at the Of
two babies that High
or were of Clewiston Spanlsb.Amerlcali.p
the ground and equipped with be increased in the area from Chapman not filled by those with the high school), where classes World
accompanying the driver....Tomllnson told Klwanlans Wednesday they are i. World
for enormous airplane tires can Lake Okeechobee east as a result School education. are presently being conducted: Korean Will il'
Espenlaub saidThe the present general Confect) '
I according that replacing In the two In and tile
move through Cyprus swamps of hurricane Oeo 1858 Pontiae wa1'"damed had been Mr. Chapman dwelled on the library the vocation time service who
that are impenetrable to other to the Florida Crop and heaters In our schools of reading in all agricultural building, and m.oentJy haw beea
Importance
A'4 "Here's mud In your eye" types of vehicles. Some have Livestock. Reporting Service.A extensively. rated as a major requirementover of teachersthat forms of education, including one In the small first aid room. by lends or and totau, diJah'
: i says George Espenlaub when chains to increase traction. large presentage of the crop the number out dvancedand vocational Mr. Chapman complimented either to their IDJIIr7 1tb1buta
; asked whetber he plans to enter They are individual In other de was blown over or twisted although are presently! teaching a Today we offer English the students of Clewiston High or. 1A the wartime
the annual Swamp Buggy tails. only a small amount of Experts explaincare of their fields. courses., science math languages for their conduct at the first assembly Brans. to case of peacetnlt!
\ ,I IR: Derby In Naples beginningOct. Roaring through the swampsin the stalks were uprooted broken The new principal said that It but they are of no value to the this year and said that line of duty.EIIlble disablllUes. reodb
30.George. the Naples race the buggies off or received terminal bud Is entirely possible that CHS individual who does not have parent should be extremely
"
has entered the race throw up a blizzard of mud damage the report said Leaf of tomatoes will lose Its accreditation In the ability to read and comprehend proud of their behavior. fits 10 children reeds,
I I N. several times in past years and which sometimes is inches deepon shredding was fairly heavy. the Southern Association, unless what he has read. We find In closing, the speaker urged time up 1110 a monk fit
of that and machines."It The service preducted that his request for an extension of enrollment, aDd
\ com away with some men Fresh tomatoes should not be numerous cases In our high the concern and cooperation of .tlon.telYlower
I tx I'' area's choicest marl embedded used to take me hours to the hurricane damage would put In the refrigerator until time Is grated The AssociationIs school today of students In the Lewiston residents in helping time .mounts, it
)'' back teeth. lie has won wash off buggy" says not significantly affect production also strongly pressing for a study, who, pursuj
I in his my they are fully ripened says the 11th and 12th grades with a acquire the best educational:: facilities courses iii
ti'; beats in his class, but never George "and I don't think It prospects. The yield was Florida Agricultural Experiment third vocational training In addition third grade reading leveL Parents possibly for our children. selected with the IJd
l' r, placed in the finals. did the mechanism any good." forecast at 33 tons per acre two Stations. to the present agricultural counseling experts II ilia
must stress the Importance .
H. Brown, chairman Causes
program
ad on the
George the buggies that tons above a year ago. department and business high school
says
a I Espenlaub says that what Tomatoes grown for, fresh introduced the speakerand are Dot It
I f. started out to be an Interestingrace are raced are not good tor everyday shipment are picked at the ma ministration. announced that Sheriff Earl permitted
.J between working swamp travel in the swamps. No injuriea in ture-green stag and should be Chapman told those presentat Good rainfall Dyess will be the speaker for but ACe In limits are let at IIID
; buggeries bas now turned out Some of their drivers he says ripened before eating by allowing the luncheon that educationis week certain cases ereepb
to be a hot-rod event In which have had to walk out when their Monday accident them to stand In light at the sum total of experiences next may be made IaIId1cip!
j.I the buggies are powered by high-powered motors broke Mrs. Louise Phillips Patrick room temperatures. Air, flow acquired during a lifetime and hereNearly .1Iildren who may ha"-ID
I : souped up engines that are down while on routine trips. of Harlem was charged with, helps, too. .il .: that as long as there was education recorded Vets Info ServiceBy special training may std
J j. built for speed alone. His own speed too great for conditions Buy the ripest tomatoes there would be prob- age 14. At the same One
you
buggy Is powered by'a Ford engine 'Too late to clas.ify'FOR as the result of an accident can find avoiding the soft and lems. Education Is the largest a half Inch of rain fell RANK E. VELTRE dies may be pursued seer
j '. and his attempts to make SALE-two small houses about Monday noon said Trooper bruised kind. business in the world and that it during the 24 hours ending at 8 Comity Service Officer 23 in, certain cases like ltudt
i a fireball out of it resulted in white perfect for storage. Dave Tomlinson. Keep those that ire not fully amounts to more than one million a.m. yesterday records of the who serve with \ih,
t it breaking down in the finals Phone YU 2-7992. OctSp Tomlinson said that Mrs. Pa- ripened at room temperatures dollars in Hendry county U.S. Corps of Engineers show -WAR ORPHANS EDUCATION Forces before their 2W .
.with plenty of light but not In each year. This was the heaviest rainfallof ASSISTANCE PROGRAMBy day. Marriage does not pied
1 i the week. This brings total participation by those
direct sunlight which causes In citing: rising/ coat Chapmansaid
school,
the opening day of
qualified.
that an ordinary biology rainfall this year to date to
them to become overheated.
book could be purchased for SI.89. 130 children of living veterans If the eligible parses) h
Store fully ripe tomatoes In
; A the refrigerator where chilled $3.75 eight years ago, 60 books No rain fell during the 24- of permanently Florida who disabled are totally from sec.viceconnected and legal plication age with be or the may flu
.
II s/fc.* Free they will keep for two or three purchased this year cost be hour periods ending at 8 '.m. : causes have ministration or the thru Veterans<
tween $680 and $7.20 each. Couttj
10 and 11. On 12
on Sept. Sept been approved by the Veter.naAdmJnJaU.UOft vice Officer If not, the MJ
Another item Chapman men. 1
the fall was .33 Inches: Sept. for study under or guardian
weeks.Wild bid for three must apply
tioned, was the
13 it was .18 Inches Sept. 14- the War Orphans Education Assistance
WISE hoghuntingis classrooms Inexcess: of $59,800 .20 and Sept. 15.05 program
for the bare buildings alone.
i The maximum and minimum Many more children in Florida AmbrosiaWhip
YES will lubricate However if we are to give our temperatures for'the week were: expected to be eligiblefor
are
we popular one pint whipping
your sportWild children the best in education ere
I' we must have new classrooms, Sept. 10-88 and 71. ((24-hour period assistance under the program and fold In ft-cup crushed i
hogs are legal game this he said. ending 8 a.n.) in pursuing their college: nut brittle and 114" teup

'A. car for you for six months season for the first time on the The educator cited many .Sept. 11-91 and 76 courses, or DOD-oJIe'e courses grated orange rind. Chi
leading to gainful, employment
Creek
: Management serving
Fisheatlng Wildlife shortcomings: In education as it Sept. 12-91 and 71 time then spewpeach ))
Area, the Groom and Extension of the program to slices
is today including the teachingof Sept. 11-89 and 73
t
.t I or give you 25 gallons oft Cecil M. Webb areas and are reading and the stressing of Sept 14-83 and 71
again legal game on the Avon
education for the upper clansmen Sept. 15-88 and 70
4 4l Park and Gulf Hammock Areas.J .
rather than the Sept. 18-87 and 71
average

l t '.. r e ; f gas absolutely FREE E with ,, 0.Game Brown and regional Fresh manager Water' group receive, who higher will education.not and cannot: "We Wind 8 a.m.direction: and velocityat HOLDRIDGE MUSIC CO.

Fish Commission says wildboghunting
I has solid are technically created equal, Sept. 10)-south, 18 miles per offers this additional
e the purchase of of the gained a but here the similarity ends in now you servic
hour
) any niche In Florida's hunting picture individuals". Chapman said
and will be a bonus huntIng Sept. 11-south at 17
Each person has Individual im ELECTRONICS REPAIR!
attraction this Sept. 12-couth at 10
$ i select used cars below. 399 hogs were taken season.on the itations. "We are creating a Sept 13-WSW at 12 .
; welfare state because we are Fortable TelerlslM Radio Hick fldt&tr]
T. 1 Avon Park and Gulf Hammock Sept. 14-south' at 4
,1 areas last year, the average not concerned with the education Sept. 15-souta at 4 Steree Phonograph Tape Beetrdtr
of those who will not get
c weight being between M and 150 Sept. 16-south at 4 Transistor ladle Amplifier
further education after high
pounds, though some hogs The average lake elevationwas
63 Chevrolet I Impala weighed much more. Hogs are 14.12 feet, mean sea level, No. Francisco Clewuton YU 247Sl]

I "'' Sports Sedan. Air conditioned, power not only good hunting sport, but Stores endedhalfholidays yesterday morning.

;r..; glide, radio, heater, new tires power provide. good table' fare. .

j ',r+ f steering power brakes See .this Brown claims warns' no that Jurisdiction the Commission Av Is.E

one for.a real buy! whatever aw wild roaming Clewiston stores have called

$2295 hogs on private lands, and reminds a halt to the summer recess.' yes 9
1 hunters not on a management closings on Wednesday afternoons
area to first seek per. Exceptions are the Tog
I r mission of farmers and landowners fiery Shop and Sport Shop,
before taking hogs,cthr ladles ready-to-wear establishments .
\ : '62 Pontiac Catalina r wi. e sportsmen may be who have mutually j
,. charged with taking privately agreed to continue their halt
.' i 4-door Sedan. Power steering, power owned bogs without permission. day holidays until October first.
I '. t brakes, radio heater, white tire and 1 1I 1I I

th t' Hydromatic[ transmission. A steal _. _._. _"""" _.._.t.-. -t l I
I "' -
:I ii 1r_ .
I '. -- at I t' ..., 1t'1IIn'tt'--. .. 1t'1 t. rr. ,1,1i i

t: $1495 !

THRIFTY jj j j

i '62 Ford Galaxie 4-door Sedan V-8.

Auto. transmission, power steering power brakes $1195 .- 1

extra good tires a bargain; -< DRUGShopper's *
frc : '1

/' I '60 Chevrolet t Bel Air V-8 4-door Sedan. 1095 1 ; ,I I

r Power glide; radio, heater, white tires and other Special .

r extras A dandy little car ., only. .......... .. ..
Fried Fillet of.Deepwater Fish

I '58 Oldsmobile "88" 4-door Hardtop French Fries and. Cole Slaw or. u HERD'SCHEVROLET'S U I

,Air conditioned, power steering;, power:brakes, by-, $695 Homemade Salmon
\, dromatic, radio i heater, white tires. Locally owned Croquetteswith '

I :e car a give away price .. ....*..:.................... tossed garden salad. .


I t I '59 Ford V-8 2-door Sedan $595 Rolls or Italian Bread LONG ji>W* M

I Automatic transmission, radio heater, white tires

a real clean car only ... .... ................*.... 58cor2for98cRefreshing' i
STRONG \

f II' '58 Ford 4-door=:: Sedan .
fountain special!
49 5
I
1! ownlid $ LINE

: : I Lime Freeze .-, ...-. r 25*.


'58 Plymouth t 2-door Sedan. : $395 1 ''"''''If Jg"' 'tt'8' __''Jt,_... 'tW.'ft\It II Jt'1


A nice older car only .. .. .. .... .,,.. .... ...'.. .
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'55 Chevrolet 4-door 6-cylinders. ilk rl1tu, .

$365 M 11t MIIU 11081 iII101ft .IUCI workpoweTRUCKSFOR
Standard transmission. A one owner car, Extraclean '

for its I age. t only .,.,,,. *
i .

r ; Easy G.M.A.C. terms on any of these cars. Up to 36 65!

..months financing. All protected by the Nationwide More model, man .best In 4and e-cyllnder, V8 and
tngln.
f" One Year or 12,000 Mile G.W. Warranty M INCOMPARABLE more Chevy workpowtrl diesel> power;:18 tough truck engines

.In all including 4 new lowei-co
.
i : I ITake the quells work out of buying your used cat com and compare our for The'65 long Is strong lint of Chevy trucks dlesels. He,.', the huskiest bunch

1 lock of) clean used cart and we or* SUM you will not find areafn.rt working equipment rolling In with Like miles of new 'of haulers-''that ever came looking
that
handfor work I
any cleaner one la the Glade + raoeel. some Fleetslde pickup that leads the Our word for all this' Is 1101\>*''-

in pack.o. one of the ,18 pickup models That's the stuff that makes a truck a
BEACH the
line
this year. rea/truck/ hard-nosed money-saver.
MOTEL Further along you'll find economical 'Yes workpowers here and Chevy .

"Chuck" Wells Motor Co. Inc. Chevy-Vans wide selection of walkaot I It, In such a variety of types.and
ZMrtctfy! the Octan. In
? < en Pane!new and.btautifuHS3 vans a bigger choice sizes that picking the best truck for
more job-tailored components--fracki JT'j.'jf ever
... Motel Xflffns.i t/fcV/] :ss sad Urn Apartments built your Job will be .asl.r' $
'-, Your Only Authorized Chevrolet, Oldsmobile e 100% Aaconditi0ief'il .fronts Swmnlnf' Pool And to fit your business and budget been before If you r. ,In the. market,
a e lawn I ltnnodINStsRpucts5 C lfi Shop under those hoods you'll find Just get In touch with youruthe ea|afc
.. l and Pontiac Dealer in Clewiston (Urtoor Title
4 ..... .,., Amwlta l-rrass, C' .e C vAi Chars' CI.4
-- Wraejsr7rwdei+crr tic .- A'au. V Telephone. your..Chevrolet. dealer about any type of iM*__'
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Clewiston 4r ieJ Creru: data
y Phone_ YU 2-4501 Sugarland Hwy. ,


Remember our motto. "We aim to plea**" Chuck"- Wells Motor Co., In

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$ c! OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9:00: P.M. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 202 w. Sugarland Hwy CWi.ton.FU. yUkonIiIiiiI




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