The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:01107
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i Tax Millage I II I Sweetest America's Town" The Clewis ton News' ;I,

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VOLUME!: 38 NUMBER 27 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1983 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec. 345.3, PJt Subscription( $4,00 year Y,:,. .

I With fiat a nile! visitor present meeting Monday the first time I Steve Bell Makes Clean
the tax assessment, In memory of present commbsion. Sweep

gendXl aers ndar County as W Board equal of Com-aUonrd ed era with that the on one tax roll present was, present-and no. With Six Firsts in Cali Swim Meet City QualifyingOpened

morning adop- complaints filed. I

C7*! ,1963 tax roll as presented The commissioners, at their July I Six first place awards for ah!
CTfti Assessor Dennis SmalL meetIng next Tuesday will adopt I evens entered is the sweepstakes
total $25.953.779.692,808overtlpe. and In the budget record' of 12-year-old
nneroU over which they have: Steve Bell TuesdayQualifying ,
Use! of $ !\ 1962 been working for past weeks and Qewlston swimmer who was one
win levy the mlllage for next year. of the 40 members of the Florida
Not stt of thli land will return Commissioners believe AAU Swimming Team in an International -

:fnue, to the county treasurer, be able to hold the county's they will meet in Colombia last period for candidates August 5th, when they will be I

ever $6127,020 of It Is exempt tion of the millago at the por- week. to enter the race for City Commli closed until after the election. Bring Your Camera' _
m taxation, leaving a net of rate as last year. The same Steve broke the Latin American loners posts started Tuesday July Any person who has been a resident
mfflage for
which the county records in i and will end 23rd Th termsof of state for and
,128.759 on 1962 was J364. which was divided each of the four Individual -, July the one year I ,
ill i derive revenue for operating as follows: events he entered. These were city commissioners: Leon BetnWy the city for aix months and is our
General the 50 meter free style the 50 meter ,. Ton H. Jones, Jr., and Fred erwise qualified II a voter may MISS UNIVERSEHOPEFULS
1 The noa-taxable! property includ- Revenue 634; Fine and breast stroke, the 50 meter butterfly C. Sites expire this year and an register and vote in this election. ""
state lands. $1,380:; lay Forfeiture Fund 3,00; Road and and the 100 meter individual election will,be held on September3rd REGISTRATION ON THE,, \'
< lands. $1.773,050 In property Bridge Fund S50; Health Unit medley. He was also a memberof to fill these posts. COUNTY BOOKS DOES NOT TO

rich If wholly exempt from taxa- 90; School General Fund 10.00; the 4-boy team which won first The books for voters to Ie,. QUAUFY FOR VOTING IN

(county property, church. School District 1 Fund 900. and place !ta the 200 meter free style later are now open at the City A CITY ELECTION.
\lOlI ad, school property), and $4.345- Central and Soil'hern Florida Flood relay and the 200 .meter medley r rse 'Hail and will remain open until Under the charter of the City VISIT CLEWISTONEver
Control District levy .90 mills P
exemption. relay of Clewiston the two candidate

|y UM property on which the coon- The increase in the assessment As, the end of the meet nearei who receive the highest and the wish you had a chance to "

j derives Its revenue la listed as roll of the county will take care Steve, who swam in the 11-12 year Miner Reviews second highest number of votes photograph Miss Universe at close
1 estate, personal property andd of Increased needs, in the belief of old class, swam with three members ; will receive four year terms and range?
property (Because of theo the commissioners, without a high. of the 13-14 year old boys the candidate receiving the thin "
i railroad property It is er mlllage being levied The answer team to make Florida's 4-boy team STEVE BELL who swam with Session For Club highest number of votes will receive This Is your opportunity ? ;j

ned by a special Railroad a.ssment will come next Tuesday when ht the 400 meter freestyle relay, the Florida A AU team In the International a two year term. r,";"
Board of the State Compo the final decision is made. and the team made second place. meet* In Call Colombialast Representative C. E. Miner reviewed Applications for qualifying as Grab your camera and meet us 1 1'! : ,
when 21 :Miss Universe contestants
'. office in Tallahassee, the In presenting the roll the tax Steve found the entire trip ta week brought borne ate first the 1963 session of the candidates may be obtained at the make an hour long stop! in Clevis-' .' rt: .
place awards Steve's Jacket Is the
_1 tax assessor does not com- assessor said "The one and a half exciting experience In every way, Florida legislature Wednesday City Hall ton next Thursday afternoon, July '
official Jacket worn by all team
r iJe these! figures\ ). million dollar increase In the roll and returned with memories which when he spoke ,to Klwanlans at 11th. ,
I The taxable real estate In Hen- can be ttibuted to natural growth will be with him for a lifetime members during the four day their luncheon meeting lie was Introduced i .

7 County this year is $13,652.150 within the county and also to The group made the trip from meet-STAFF PHOTO. l by the program chairman Sewer Line Through (the efforts of Carroll \J

i J Increase of $526,450 over last the utilization of a good deal of Miami by plane, landing only In "Mr. Ed;"' even' though be spoke for July H. T. Vaughn Benson of Old South Bar B Q I" II<.IR.ncb

Personal property on the roll land for cane growing In eastern Panama before they reached their another language Before itemizing of the legislative and the Clewiston Clam"f
i $5792,770, an increase of Hendry County, since additional destination at Call. They found the The four-day tneet schedule was proceedings any, the speaker Moves Rapidly ber of Commerce the bus load of ,:
last and the mills altitude a bit exhlllrating but will in Qewbatost:;.' .
10800 over year sugar have been erected In soon arranged so the--swimming was at laid the biggest event for Hendry beauties pause ,'
sOrted 1 assessment Is $383.839. ant that general area." accustomed themselves to the night and the youngsters had their at 4:15 next Thursday afternoon.; .
the of
was awarding contracts :
of $718 over last year. change. days free sight-seeing mud fun. for completing( 4-lanlng Sewer line for the newClewiston They will be en route to :Miami -i\>.

Then were no visitor at theFreedom' Colombian residents opened their Steve, who will enter the 8th of US 27 from Oewlstoa to South Sewer System Is being where the Miss America pageantwill "
laid al the rate of nearly
RACING BRINGS homes to the visitors and Steve grade this fall,was well conditioned Bay, and he gave full credit for 400 feet a day, according to be held on July 12 and 13, : "
and Johnny Kagan of Fort Myers for the trip. He has been in :'
'this to Governor Farris Bryant Jt
Bells I John Bins Inspector of the The girls are winners of beauty ,:
were guests In the home of Dr. competitive swimming for almost ,
Mr Vaughn announced that ,the projectThe contests: all over the world and1 1 : ;
and Mrs. Manx and their three two and swims in the family
I years recreation program of the> city represent 21 nations. Advance ; "
Will Ring Today COUNTY '$206,800State .
: children. 7, 9 and It years of age pool twice t day. His "long will be presented at next week's sewage collection system word from the tour is that all of
,The entire family spoke English workout" is two hours and the ? ay
under contract to Smith-
bell la meeting,by Gene Fuller director,
0 you have a yourdreb them speak,Engldsh. ;
Comptroller Ray E. Green well, but none of the three servants "short workout" Is one hour; in with the assistance of several Sweger Construction Company
school, business .
orfeme said did so the family acted these practice' sessions he coven bit. Benson plans !to erect aa
today checks for $7.800 are beIng as youths who are participating. ef Clearwater, will ma east
today Is the time to ring mailed to each of the $7 coun- interpreters when necessary. Steve about thru miles daily and west on both aides ef Sash outdoor stage on the parking lot ? ,
I s. ties It is the final payment from spoke wonderingly of the four and Steve goes to West Palm Beach arland Highway to a disposal at Old South; where a brief program

Al 1 p m. today Independence the race track tax fund for the current five course meals, the home built often for coaching by I.. .\. Baar- Sugarland Band to plant located near the I old depot I of welcome will be given .;
I Day will be celebrated with a fiscal period around an open courtyard, and the eke Jr., who is also coach of La ea Industrial Canal. The Mayor Leon Bembry (the lucky

itttoa- ide bell ringing In the The comptroller said the payment three fulltlme servants The Muni Quits Maxima*. the 13 year-old Herald system designed by Gee and guy) will extend the formal welcome
Called States. Governor Farris brings the total received. took their guests on sightseeing! ClewUtoa girl who made a name Jensen, has a capacity estimated from the city. The Sugar-
Brjuit has urged Floridans to fiscal year by each county from trips through the mountains (Calls for herself and for the communitywith to handle ClewUton'a land Band will serenade the beauties ,
Wa la !the project to renew our Bargain Festival end the local folks win click '
the race track fund to $206.800, the in the Andes), and to visit their her spectacular twlmmlng needs for the next ZO Jean ''t '
I filth Is our country and to luxurious country club The US. their shutters: on a bevy: of the I
highest in the history of the tax. prowess .
I fcnoutrate Mr patriotism by Each visitors were somewhat bored With Like Quita, Steve swims unattached An announcement wit made at I Bids will be accepted by most beautiful girls In the world!

doting bells en Independence. 1201000 county last year recelyed, Spanish television programs, but which keeps him eligible the Monday night meeting of the the City of Clewbtoa en July The ceremony will be .brief. and*" I

QlJ.! ..- .' -.,.;- ,did enjoy seeing the talking horse for eomprtUtoOs vt.imateur. Mejchanta! ,.ComwlttetvjaewjstonChamber : \ I..jjftjUfM";the:"disposal, plant tins, girl*;;will .baaE.ease during
of' Commerce, that the which can be eempleted In a their 55 minute stay in Clewiston. I:
Sugarland Band under the direction shorter working period than
of bandmaster Jack Scott the sewer lines lad lift eta The public Js invited, and urged I
would cooperate in advertising the to be on hand to rive the beauty .
INORAD tions.
As Seen by The Publisherforces bargain festival Tentative plans contestants a (typical Clewiston *

call for the band to ride on a large It Is estimated that the entire welcome. ;'''
truck playing music to attract attention system will be In operation

(Ms Is the third in a series SAC headquarters In Omaha, Washington everywhere have the authority Our family of weapons Includes! pertalnant, with information a loud speaker about giving the Frewltt by Is January serving 1st.as resident M. M. Elks Join NationIn

of I articles in which the publisher and Toronto. to shoot back the officer' the missiles, rockets with nuclearwar engineer for the project.
gigantic sale.
I* the Hendry and Glades county But if a plane is unidentified or said. "Our forces everywhere have heads; NIKE AJax and NIKE
Also under consideration is baying
Ittcklles describes the workings does not respond properly to the the right to fire back when fired Hercules.
the band make similar
B< the North American Defense first request for JndentUlcation.or upon but we must exercise judgment There can be no 100% defense. in both LaBelle and appearances Moore Ventura Corners Ringing BellsExalted
Command. This story is based on.nIlI'mation if for any reason It is an "un and not let some trigger- We need a defense against the Russian -
Haven on the day prior to the festival -
obtained in a two day satisfactory" identification, two happy hot head start a war on his ICBMs; we need to defend opening. The sale is being Are Purchased Ruler A. C. Ellison revealed r:) '
working tip made by a Florida planes from nearby bases fly out own-In other words, our mea against a submarine launched intermediate icheduled to run on a Friday Saturday that the Elks will cooper. q ,
ITKU) group to Colorado Springs to have a look. There Is no hesitation know if they are shot at by a 50 missile: they do not go and Monday exact dates to The office of J. E. Beardsley ate In a nation-wide celebrationof
lad Montgomery, Ala., Installa ; such "scrambles" occur every : calibre rifle they cannot fire back as high as the Intercontinentala be announced. announces the following real estate the Fourth of July with the

tions.) day; no chances are taken. I with an ICBM." NORAD and aU its and are not as easily picked up Richard Phelps, merchant com sales this week: simultaneous ringing of bells In ;.i
At NORAD headquarters in Ent Should a plane not remain on its I men know that if a war starts, by our radar because of the curvature -mittee chairman, gave a complete T M. McKenzie Construction communities from MaIn to Alaskan

I srs. Colorado Springs the giant pre-filed flight plan, our planes I the signs will be unmistakable of the earth. We need a defense resume of the progress being made Co., Si. Petersburg, purchased a observance of the signing of '
mea In Combat Operations Cen- would also scramble Our fighters Their chief concern with the present against an armed space ve- and listed the participating icier 125x100': corner on Ventura and the Declaration of Independence
I* II Banked by two other leo who "scramble" for a look I: at these Cuban situation is that some hhle. end we need the ability to chants which now number approximately Atlantic Avenues for an apartment 187 years ago. I. ,

I basic screens. Th* Tote Board 1s planes are armed fighters, for this : emotional Cuban pilot flying for determine whether a space vehicle 30. The chairman also location. Seller was Wiltshire The suggestion for a "Let Free

W with statistics oa what Is is a serious business.We I the Reds, win take it on himself carries weapons or not ask that any merchant who has Cleaners, Ft Myen, mod consideration dom Ring" observance of Inde- 'i,
I**"! ta the air defense system can have a great deal of concern to start his own raid against the The Florida press group left Colorado not been contacted, but is interested was ".500. >end nce Day was proposed by two '

I'M It revised constantly: to Itsaccurate. and respect for these pilots I, U. S. They do not feel that Russia Springs with a backward lookat In participating, to contact Fred Postell purchased 100 feet Zonnectlcutt men, Erie Hatch and

IIItonnatloa Sa always One of the commanding officers will give Cuba anything but a the great hole In the granite either himself or George Kemp for west of his present location corner ErIe Sloane, and promptly! endor- .
To he left 11 the SPADTS (Space surprised us with the remark that supporting role in a hemispheric Cheyenne Mountain, where the new complete details.Practically of Ventura and Commerclo Avenues ted by the Grand Lodge of Elks I

I Dden.e Tracking System) screen; the Pilots have averaged 70 hours attack. NORAD headquarters will go. It all of the particlpat- from J. D. Gortatowsky: of Americanism Committee.
I celestial map OB which every per week dutyl Upon them is placed The U. S. has six types of missiles was a comforting thought that hag merchants) have agreed to of New York for 4000. '"We hope that all patriotic clt- I
tog that files up 1n apace appears great responsibility, Every effort I bearing supersonic planes there will soon be protective cover fer door prizes, which will be given hens will Join In celebrating Inde->
II btiq The Press Group saw Is made to see that no one which fly up to 2tt times the speed for vulnerable electronic. equipment away prior to the awarding of pendence Day In a spirit of reverent *

to RuuIID Sputnik which *J. m triggers an accidental war, but our of sound at altitudes to (2,000 feet. at Ent AFB. the grand prize a free trip to NOTICE dedlcston to our nation's
sel0ln1 the earth, aDd Te1Stat' lite- Nassau for two. The trip is being truly glorious principles, Ex- f
lilt, and other Items, Including made possible through the cooperation Hendry County Service Officer sited Ruler A. C. Ellison said v"

"bit, 01 hardware" and everything of the merchants and Radio Frank E. Veltre is on vacation "From the flags and the bells ,' ,,

see that II now aoft.t All the asllro- -=---- .._ -, _. Station WOWY The Clewiston Office at Fair Grounds Clewiston ha sights and the sounds of free
GIUtI' nights appear os u., screen. .;- News, that week, will give saturation will reopen on Monday July 22nd. dom-we can draw renewed faith Ii.M.ciples.
lis P1'tIeIlOe 11 evidence of NORAD' coverage of Glades and Hen- Office In LaBelle Courthouse will ind.strength to defend those prim ;

COIIcera that Russian' space dry County, and also a portion ofPalm reopen on Tuesday July 23rd.A ." .
dart lI\Iy lome day be armed. Beach counbSouth
JaRA!) equipped to Bay, Moore Haven, LaBelle and I

Job Ios detection endaldenDefense connecting rural mall routes. Opening Ceremony Highlights
Ufttat1ou. The drawing for all prizes will ; I
be held on Monday night, the rR
1u I
..l depth Is
aeries of radar equipped provided by final day of the festival at 7:00: at Summer Baseball Program k.
w.rnID -
( Instanatlons the Chamber of Commerce Build .
!be weapons ing. Registration blanks will be 1
2e borders varfous units which encircle available at aU participating formal ceremony for the opening the program and will give a play

fttI'J of the country and ofweapons stores, with owners, managers and of the Midget League baseball by play of the ball games.
ono A critical military 01' industrial immediate families being exempt season is being planned for Monday The baseball program under
IIId fallllJy of is ready from winning. evening and will include presentation the direction of Buren Hall Includes .-
Ste "aitIn"; the ICBM hoot Participating merchants are of the flag, music by the midget ball ((8 through 11
DI1 before hft reachto es our for promoting the Sugarland Band presentation ,of year olds) on Monday Wednesday
''' making plans
'lI; the lower level missiles festival with extensive advertising the one hundred plus ball playersand and Friday nights with Junior

threeghfitter range firing, if he gets in the Clewiston News and over the throwing out of the first league (U3 and up) on Tuesdayand

554 outer line of defense: ", Radio WOWY. Banners will also ball by Mayor Leon Bembry. Thursday nights. Games are
OUr tllhter planes with air to be prominently displayed by merchants Festivities are scheduled to get ,scheduled for 0 and 8 p.m. each
t upq "d our ground to air who are participating in underway promptly! at 8:30 Monday week night
w U he lets through the first the summer sale festival afternoon, July, 8 at the city Junior league is returning this)
1Ih11e Second linq of defense. Mean .::.rj'l hall park. The American Legion season after a brief dlscontlnuenca S
our InIJlDed srswillbehomeland .' : ": and the VFW will provide a color: because of a shortage of players.
Ute to the enemy \ New HomesUnderway guard for the presentation of the Teams are being sponsored by

ablbe' a Uatory bombs. J flag; the Sugarland Band under Beardsley Farms Giddens Furniture

radar gives NORAD headword the direction of Jack Scott w11l1 ., Volunteer Firemen and Rotary
.f .
s 1nfonnatloa: should thiI New homes under construction in play the Star Spangled ; Club. Tuesday night's Junior
lit lei .11 attack the would dewlston, not previously reported and the coaches and members of schedule pits Beardsley Farms
soot limultaneouaJ7 to SAC are: the Klwanls. VFW. American Legion against Giddens Furniture and

asters at Omaha and to James E. Barton, lots 22-23/431 Elks Sugar-Mill Union 'and Firemen vs. Rotary. ,
tlShlnctola and Toronto NORAD .. W Obispo Builder A. L. Johnson, Lions teams will be introduced. Both schedules are to run five ,

=- quIte lUre that few planes building permit, $1,000. Mayor Leon Bembry will toss weeks, with makeup games being; 1
get IJSBHSJSJS SflSKSMSSSlli "" *" lots M/147, out the first ball to officially open scheduled during the last week of
... through the liner Mean- staff Jar command poet ea the continent From her M. C. Herring Jr, '
''M' OUr lanDed bombers win be COMMAND POST The mainCenter tlepdsitioe pe-- aa attack warning would be given to tae air defense Concordla Ave. Builder Kendall the summer recreation baseball the six: weeks program. Afltar E
to a $9000. as the Lions play the Elksin games will be played in both e
the enemy homeland In tile Combat Command system to Ottawa sad Washington and Construction Co.. Permit, season
htaUtory bombs quarters North Americla AIr Deleue the Featagoa. Should Nortt America ever lie Ronald Egley. lots 1 and EM 2/ the opener; the Legion playing leagues, with players being picked. 1
: radar Information fed Into (NORAD) Colorado Spain. drools a display area If objected to aerospace attack the battle weald 342 W ,Alverdes builder, Kendall SMU In the DJib -., :J. Ray by team managers. Teams finishing
Combat to see the pMiUoaI Jones Is providing the public address in the odd number position
*"tlons Center of which .Ooft observers NO- be monitored from this Command P.." Construction: Co.. permit $7,000.
object 0euaaada ef miles ."a, OFFICIAL NORAD FHOTO Robert Tinman lots 44/412 El: system and win serve as will compete again the even numbered S
liDe'-1nd1ea.te SA airborne
\ot attack thelate' hooked M allof '
at .
Center master of ceremonies throughout te.JIlI.County
lad be UItcS to 1mmedy aAD'S Combat sabordWt per.u.u unite sad to every ... Paso Ave, permit, o,000. l
Hwultaneously notify NOaAD'I


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can keep their beer injured 1 in an accident on the job transferred to
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1'' 'The Clewiston News"Devoted ,Page Thursday July 4, 1983 cold. 'I Tuesday The serious morning.facial and head injuries balance IJospItal,Mrs.Miami.Bob vXfcrt Welch. RNA

'I .... J. Paul Catty; one of the rich- were given emergency' treat- compankd the binned\ '
and her sister MM. Mildred est men in the world said it was I! ment at Hendry General Hospital he was listed in critical 11IIII and
to the advancement and welfare of Clewislo O'Steen left for Chicago to attend awful to be rich. "Some of the by Dr. G. G. Allison and was at )last reports COIIdItIc.
and Hendry County." the World's Fair. best times Fve had didn't cost
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Qewiston,, S Sonny Soz The State Road Board prom- money.' --
norlda, by The Clewiston News Inc. a Florida Corporation. Ued that the first federal aid money Elsa: Maxwell was a witness for
\ Entered as Second Class Matter February 1. 1127. at the Pod ,._ I to Glades county; would pave the one good time that cost: Getty no
Office in Clewiston. Florida under the Act of Congress of March J, --.oL- road No. 67 from Main's: Corner money. "I attended a dinner party;
18711.I Today is the 187th Anniversary ,through Moore Haven to Smak'scorner given by Catty at Maxim's. He
ATIONAL 101y0RIAL of American Independence and the made aU the guests pay for their
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"ORID, sounding of the famous Liberty own meal"
( gTO' N .v. ,p BelL TWENTY YEARS: AGO .
: ; The intervening :years have given (From Clewiiton News Barry Goldwater was Invited to e -
1: us enough "independence" that July 2. 1t4n: the White House for cocktails.: np C. Y M

BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher tP MfMIU b we are rapidly reaching the pointof Gilbert Suggs became new Since he is a skillful amateur in
0 self-destruction. The days of manager of Standard Service Station. photography, be took along his FYIOYF4M.L'F1WSPEND
8. H. STALLS Managing Editor OC HN self-rights and state's rights have camera. YOUR VACATION
; Subscription Rates ......... $4.00 per year rIO" or are dIs.ppe.rfDI-larld7 because The coffee ration period was One of the pictures of JFK he IN
I (Return Postage Guaranteed we as individuals have been. shortened giving more coffee to especially; liked so he sent it to Ism WO'/TUl1PR.1l)4

Telephone: Business and Editorial. YUkon 3-1301 independent. everyone the President to autograph.JFK 9wry .ands of .... .holy wit .sey at.
: : Advertising Rate. on application. The management reserves During the war :years Americans Glades County Agent I. D. Yawn replied: "Dear Barry: ThisIs W.nh, o.t.Madieg salt. ..d Did wets 1000 .ENTAI UNITS
I; the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! served in various branchesof described: : the meat regulations on great Why don't you stick to kg. .iklpol pW; KM* sad pool : LOW RATES
TVB NEWS ........ no responslbllltr for the return of unsolicited the armed services that our slaughtering animals under fed something you know how to dot" snag. MetIat. Nil: tomb. itwffUbovrJ' ... t manuscripts or photograph have eral wartime limitations. octal clMtlM.,. I WRIT
;i: THB NEWS assumes no financial responsibility for trpoeraphlcal great country: might Indepen.dente pl.an.d TOOAYIhi
'1 .rror. or ommlsslons In advertisement but If notified of such errors before and in the process assumed Growers told War Food AdminIstration CITY
i'' tho nest Issue of tho psper will reprint correctly that Part of tho the "let's live today for tomorrow representatives at a dewiston Traffic CMpmAm OFfmmmmmm
advertisement In which tho error r. la the event a time element Holiday '
J t would. render tho correction valueless, the News will reduce the price may never come" attitude hearing that the shortage of s.: ;:dd. .INp WO/TUElfJRIlJ4
of tho advertlsemsnt by an amount equal to the percentage of the total field
labor for harvest was acute.
this attitude has never van
omitted r.pr..utedFreedom Heart of the Palm IfeecAe
space as th..rron.oui or copy Lamar McLendon celebrated his Deaths PredictedThe m aa.
In the quest to keep up In this third birthday Florida Highway Fa- Cta: 'b.r of C..reo'Dept.CS yeah.Werth Find. .
Is NOT FREE modern space age, both husbandand Miss Florence Graham returned trot predicts that IS persons
wife assume the role of from a visit In Jacksonville and - - - - _,!
wage will die la traffle crashes en
her sister Sally. came back with
The for
earner. concern govern.meat the state's streets and highways -
I. EDGAR HOOVER director
Br : her for a visitTheodore -
officials city; county: ; daring the Jail 4th belt-
r Federal Bureau of Investigation state and national has gone Pratt's 7th novel day weekend.The .

IN OUR NATION freedom Is a hallowed cause and by the boards and a' minor percentage the"Barefoot market:Mailman" appeared on Patrol's prediction is for the

It Is the of high-level conferences. Congress of voters have decided the period beginning 8 p.m. July 3
rightly topic
fate of politicians for too many July 1 was the date set for the
''i enacts legislation to protect and to preserve it. High school first 6 of and lasting through midnight July
and has withholding tax -
ears. "pressure" played
?I r. This year's prediction: covers a On Bond Street
Most what
Americans tell
students it
write can
: essays on you too great a part in our government w..ea-it was called a "Victory
102 hour period, 72 hours longer
I It is. Few however stop to consider the one thing it is not It Tax".
than the 1983 holiday when two
Is NOT FREE. Taking advantage of the lax people died as a result of traffic Just South of .Ventura
Since 1776, thousands of Americans have paid the supreme -form' of American life are a large TEN TEAKS AGO crashes.

I sacrifice bravely and without question so that freedom number of dishonest labor leaders (From ClowUtoa News The 1963 prediction is somewhat -
might reign in our land. Our country has never failed to meet politicians political string-pullers July 2. 1153)) lower however than the 100'x 00.corn I

the price demanded of a nation besieged from within or without and puppets. Our government, 95 children registered for summer resulting figures of 1961 when in
by enemies of democracy. For true Americana, the coat of built on a system of balance and recreation swimming in the a 102 hour period 21 highway.
freedom la never too high. sounter-balanoe has lost a great new municipal pool Water was deaths were recorded. ; only $2,500.Zoned
"t Sacrifices which citizens are called upon to make today deal of the "counter" balance. turned in the pool in time for use .
As we bear and read of the tradition of July 4th.Lions Field
i are small Indeed when compared with those of our forefathers Track
assembled in Philadelphia 187 years ago. Yet, we see "patrio of the Liberty; Bell "giving announced a program of Meet for business or apartments.
to keep
us courage our countryree" : baseball games and a flan fry for on Friday
tic" backsliders shirk their responsibilities to their country at every
we must as individuals
July Fourth to give entertainment There will be a Playground'
opportunity. Through lethargy or indifference or becauseit assume the responsibility; of improving to those who stayed home for the Track and Field Meet. at Central
is considered "boorish" in some circles certain segments of our government by active holiday Playground" Friday morning starting .-
our society Ignore civic obligations nimbly skirt jury duty, snub anticipation not indepenence. A cemetery advisory committeewas at 10 o'clock.: All boys and
I I public service and avoid situations which require their participation named to assist county com girls wishing to participate may
as witnesses. They "stand" for or against many things --- mission in planning a new cemetery do so by signing at the Playgroundany J. E. BEARDSLEY
but are responsible for none. They are deadheading on democracy For the members of the 1933 in Clewiston time prior to 10 a.m.
at the expense of their fellow man. graduating class who held their Red Cross chapter announced EEGBTEB.ED REAL ESTATE BKOKEK
10th anniversary reunion Saturday water safety; class to be taught by Clewiston Phone YU 27501come
Ours Is a system of government by law. The Nation's welfare Injured Tuesday
night at the Canebrake, apologlzles Bob Zubrod, state water safety
progress and security depend on effective enforcement of are in order I goofed on the chairman. Eugene Wright of Oewlston a
law. Presumably there should be no question as to where the I pix. In using a "new type"; film Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Click returned mechanic for the R. P. Pdtash-'
publics sympathy lies. However many local law enforcement for the first time that day the first from Washington to reestablish nick Construction Co was seriously
1 officers and representatives of Federal Investigative agencies 'one came out exceptionally good their home in Clewiston after .
dally feel the sting of citizens refusals to help in matters involving I in spite of the flood of tears from three :years absence Commander
the safety of their own communities or the security of the Louise Miller at her daughter's Click was discharged after
'' country. Some so-called Intellectuals and misguided theorists wedding. However the reunion pic- service in the Navy, a portionof
'f who view the world through a rosy haze,are affronted when ore results shattered the preceding it spent in Guam.FULLER'S .
of duly authorized governmental confidence. (U hasten to add -
\ approached by representatives
1' '
a organizations carrying-out their proper functions. Contemptuous -fault Sonny). ++ not the film I was at FOLLIESBy ::; '* -.

and uncooperative these persons consider investigative -1-

and security inquiries to be ridiculous. Their sense. of duty is George Kemp came up with a NOW

contaminated. 'braln-strom" Monday and as a re- AL FULLER
When the ranks of decency and morality in America grow suit, the Midget League is going to Cape Canaveral Two rocket I
thin and listless crime and other sinister forces flourish. During getoff In big league style flag engineers noticed that an improved ana
1962 over 2 million serious crimes were reported to police raising. band city officials and batch of liquid rocket fuel bad an
\,,': a 6 percent Increase over 1961. A major cause of this increase introduction of all the league playrs odor slmiliar to vodka. Their curiosity
is public apathy, a refusal by our society to face reality. The prior to the opening game got the best of them so they Brings you
time may be near when the public must actively support adequate George has also been very active decided to give the fuel a taste
and effective law enforcement or be overwhelmed by a In the planning of the Bargain lest 'round comfort for
Festival which is in the not too year
The fuel tasted much like
criminal jungle. Mere lip service will not suffice. so
t distant future among other things
vodka that they both drank nearlya
The path of patriotic and civic duty leads to personal glory red roses to George for the pint before they were through far less than think!
o1f for only a few but it does lead to the survival of the American initial thrust and Up of the halo testing. you'd

way of life-liberty, freedom and the pursuit of happiness. The to all who have assisted in the Early next morning one of the
";; task is a common cause. There can be no exception for special realization of the projects. As inmost engineer's phone rang. It was his
interest groups cr laggards. small town mountains can co-worker asking "Have you burped 1 lisn
As we observe Independence Day, Americans who are be moved it's getting some yet?" "No" was the sleepy
> #I prone to shirk their responsibilities to our great Nation might one to pick up the shovel first answer "Well DONTT! screamedthe
.. who out for -a.A .- voice from the receiver. "I'm iawtr
,v think about these things-to oppressed people cry
cartoon in the Miami Herald
calling \. from New Zealand and arsng.g
freedom the responsibility of preserving it would be a privilege you uuusnssnrte"
J : sr.
'f recently pictured two priests standing was in orbit half the night!
\4 " hurch-"If all the people who
Wasn't it "so sweet" of those
r ; wanted prayers continued in school drug companies to make such unselfish -
showed up here on Sunday our contributions to pay ransom
',- worrles'd be over." Say isn't it sol for the Cuban freedon fighters -
: .y T
">, ...* Well not only will the drug

1'It ; companies make money on the
I' I: FiiINTIM flr: s History Now farce, but we tax payers will haveto
,iI! pick up the tab. And what a
,f tab!

THIRTY TEAKS AGO Even Merck & Co., one of the
(From Clewtstou News, largest drug companies in the U.S.,
.1- June 31, 1ISJ: has admitted that the gov't has Dull control to prmkto rueunnforaleeotngof
j .,' "Serving Hendry and Glade Counties Governor Dave Elicits approveda :permitted drug manufacturers to **'d
campaign "Buy Florida Prod- deduct not merely the actual cost
ucts", as a statewide project to of the goods but also the unrealla-

PROFESSIONAL mineral popularize and Florida's manufactured agricultural prod- ed made profit had which the drugs might been have told been in-let us show you the ,4Ir...

PRESSWORK. I! ucts.W. C. Hooker was placed in careful The drug to make companies sure they were could very summer and winter Room Air Conditioner!
charge of a relief council projectof use this profitable setup before

beautification in Clewiston. they went into the Castro ransom Here's healthful "perfect WMthar"- the
tare drape Wow M degrees, and when
Henry Lowe, alias "Sears Red",
\ deal automatically! Jut select the
who posed as a deputy sheriff tempera thermometer reaches 10 degrees, you get
was shot to death and another Negro The tore:you want,and set the Amana selector more beat from the Amana than Iron ordinary
new House office building control
known as "Baby Wildcat" was heat pump tmits.
win cost almost
$53 million or
PRICES. shot in an affray Tuesday bight $490.000 for each S-room suite Coda In S1IJIIUMI'-WJ1Iaper..quW.IIt e*> AatoniaUeDefrcOrdinary beat pomp
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowllng 'This includes of course the ldt7 eodnn&Amana quality: flvie yon' real tend to Tee op." The Amana Teat "Round

massive swimming pool. NO decent cooling and operating efficiency,economy baa an antomatfa defrost ode. ,

legislative body can operate Heats la Winter-By reversing' the cooling P maua"TJpeNo need to ksep

No job too large or fool efficiently knows that without! a pool.) Any eyde, the Ai ana heat Year '1t tm4 becomesaaparefncknl a replacing filters, with Amana'e washable,

prop-provide special easy-m.. easy-ont Alter that removes dust
TakingInto consldemtion that
small. aappleneatary heating when the tampan. Wd pattides. keep air dean Voond,
''I not every congressman can swim : year
the generous Capitol architect has
Whatever Provided each member with his Com lit-Choo$6 N nryat'round _
'I i your printing needs, own refrigerator. At least an the JOUr | unit today.: I
\ you'll find us ready, willing and HARDserviced $179.00

e I able to fill them!ri esfeewa anwsat,

i Give us a call for free estimates!

t FUN!

1 ..The. .. CLEWISTON 'NEWS, tectme Abner todayl Balloon night" every Glades Gas Co.
Saturday from 7 p."" .
') I' Phone Y17 3-1201'i;\ Central Ave Ph. .

I''' 1 i 1 P. 0. Box 1236 J Clewiston, JTa YU 2-5971, Everyone Wins I DAN MCCARTHY

I PUBLISHERS OF Glades Bowling Lane Phone YU 2-1311
PHon OR M341 PHONE: WH 8-3831 in.. ....0IIIIIt tnM.hurlb alas..

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-- ;' ta'l"J' Splashettes Present onek presided at the business meet. ClewlstM, l'1a. THE: CLEWIS'l'ON NEWS Peg. Three

.. .'J'. ,, 'I ,, Ing. I Thursday, July 4, 1963
,. ', Christmas JulyA These studies, under direction: of I

f ,. .... crowd of nearly two hundred Mrs. Sikes, will be resumed In I '
I --- .. wide experience in the so '
St. Martin's NotesThe
.1:: ,' :. enjoyed "Christmas In July" Tues- September. :
adds to
"' this even more our plea
1 I
,, ,:. day night at the C. S. Mott Swimming A letter was read from Ellen I Reverend Hobart J. Gary of sure in welcoming Father Gary to '
: Pool as presented by the and Edna Floy, giving experiences St. John's Episcopal Church In Clewiston.

f Clewiston Splashettea under the In the mission field at Kaplt Sara' Southhampton. Long Island, N. Y., Father Gary has served in ', .-
direction. of Mrs. Patsy Carlton. wak. will be the guest preacher and '"'
churches from Maine to Long Island ;
The patio area' of the pool was Plans were announced for the celebrant at St. Martin's Episcopal
and Is well known for his
r gaily decorated with colored lights Esther Circle to make a trip to Church in Clewiston at the 9:30:
look forward
silver trees and of course Santa Sunland Training Center on Tuesday Family Eucharist on July 7, 1963. eloquent sermons. We
to his visit and welcome all I
YesRegistration and his aledgh.Eugene July 9th, leaving from the Father Gary Is Father Dorinan's
who would like to come and hear
Fuller, dressed as the church at 9 a.m. cousin as well as being a priest of him.
'Jolly old Cent", served as master ,
of ceremonies for the evening.

White Numbers Christmas presented, Oh Holy Included Night, I Clewiston Church Directory ] I

Oh Little Town of Bethlehem, Toy-:
land Winter Wonderland, Joy to
the World, Adeste Fldeles. HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH
TI"'<\ '_- Because of threatening. weather, ST. MARGARETS CHURCH Highway 716 I COMMUNITY PRESBTTERiAN
MIXED the intermission was omitted and 208 North Atlantic Street Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor 407 Royal Palm Arena '
for EMOTIONS ARE REGISTERED by beginners la the ReereaUon the remainder of the program Included Phone YUkon 24111 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School Henry tt Ford Minister I"
Department swimming lemons. Woody Carntaera, with back to Oh, Christmas Tree, Silver Clewiston. Florida 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 9:45 a.m.-Sunday' School
Swimming Lesson step camera la b coating the JOIID len to blow babbles In the water a bells, Silent Night, Christmas Song, : ROT. Larkin F. Connelly 6:43: p.m.Training Union 11:00 a jn.-Morning Worship
helping them overcome fear of the water Swimming .Initruetlona While the Shepherds Watched and : Administrator 8:00 p.m.-Evening Worship 11:00: a.m.-Nursery In the Parish
Slated Saturday are being offered la three, three-week periods, with registration for the First Noel.PgrUlclgting Sunday Muses I a.m. ft 11:30: a.m. Wednesday: House
the second session being scheduled Saturday. Over a hundred yeoagatera In the program Weekday Masses. 7:00: ajn. 8:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 6:00 p.m.-Westminster Fellow
Woo d assistant are taking part In the pregram-STAFF PHOTO. were Kay Turner, Mary Ann Mil Holy Days ol Obligation 6:00: p.m. shipWednesday ,,

Recreation Director and I stars, four and under, beginning Shark Club ler,. Ginna Faye Sexton, Donna Confession, Saturday from 4 to 8, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH : J) ;
llrvisor of the C. S. Mott Swim- August 17, Carruthert said. Julie Vaughn Mike Davis Dlanna Morrison Terry Moore, Bobble and 7 to 8 p.m. 102 E. Ventura Avenue 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice : ,

IT JDIDI pool announces that rep Youngsters who have completedthe I Davis, Kim Murphy and Tommy Waters, Qui'ti: Mazzlna, Patty Carl- Rev. L. T. Fagan, Pastor !t9
tra oB for the second beheldSaturday first aeuion of lessons and then, Judy Brantley, Faye Guthrie ST.MARTCf CHURCH 9:43 a.m. Sunday School
w unlnj .eons will passed the various classification Deborah Comrie, Joy Crawford (Epbeopal) 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ,
at the pooL The program requirements are: Jean Gray .Ellington and Elizabeth 407 North Pacific 6:43: p.m.-Training Union South dewtstoa "..
II l for boys and girls, five years of Bishop.: The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, :Vicar 8:00: p.m.-Evening Service) Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor .
and up.jhe Minnow Club Dee.IiIi Sunday Services: Wednesday: 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School '\, ''i'
ye third and final instruction I Pam Lineberger, Susan Ingram \ \ I 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 7:00: v.m.-Officers and Teachen: 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service .\' 'a"
Challenge Course ,
and Kim Schemer. 9.30 .'
will began July 27, witbIlIstratJDn : a.m.-Famtly Service and Meeting 7:00 p.m.-Baptist Training Ursine
period on that date. Initruc- Fish Club 2nd Week Results Church School. 8:00: pan.-Midweek Prayer Service 8:0: p.m_Worship Service iTuesday ', ,
Saints and Holy Days at an : 1,,
for three weeki.
lon periods are I Jimmy McPhall Freddie Guthrie Pet Fair Slated 6 ,,. boys: Mitch Murphy 1:15.5: ; nounced. 8:45: p.m.-Choir Practice 8:00: p.m.-Brotherhood I .,
A special period of instruction David Ellington and lode 7 years Mark Brandon, Matthew Confessions by appointment Wedaesdayt I....
fir two reeks will be given young- Hoolu.e Next WednesdayThe Prew tI, tie at 101.5; ; Jallnda.. 7:30 P.BU-Hour of Prayer ,,
Langley 1:10.0: ; 8 years, Mike Davis CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST NORTBSXDE MDSIONUrBAPTIST Thursday: I}'
Clewbton.. Recreation 44.8; Diane Divie. 1:00:0: : ; 9 APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH 8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice: t<,: '
SUMMER'S HEAT Department, la cooperation yr. olds; Kenny Cassidy, 51.2; Kim South Oewtstoa 304 N. Francisco Street -
with Corbla Farm and Ranch Murphy, 58.5; 10 yr olds; Keith Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor Elder Lester P. Reams, Pastor fit''
It felentleii, sapping energy Supply and Ralston. Farina Carter, 1:18.0, Gretchen Bryan, 10:00: a.m.-8U11daT School 10:00: a.m.-SUJIda. School THE CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY ;&
Initially' and 11:00 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship OF GOD ,
: a.m.Preacaing
providing generaldiscomfort. Company are sponsoring a Pet 47.5; 11 yr. olds, Freddie Robertson
The Bible tells us Fair en Wednesday. July 10, 1:03.0: ; Terry Maxham, 42.0; Tuesday: 6:30: p.m.-BTC James F. Klmbrel ,1't!,.'
< thai those who reject Christ will at Central Playground. 12 yr. olds; Mickey Williams. 105.0; 7:30: p.m. Prayer' Meeting 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Sunday: '
15 olds, Don Friday: Sunday School 10:0: .!.
spend everlasting' Hell-a lor- yr. Yoder 50.8; 16
Rgfetraflon win begin at olds Robbie 7:30: p.m.-Young People' Meet- 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service Adult Worship,. 11:00:
yr. Kyle, 38.0 18
sent for worse than the heat of ; yr. ;
1. a.m with Judging to begin al olds Bruce Waldron, 45.5. leg Youth Worsldp,11:00 I \. .
e lummer dor. 10M. seconding to Eugene Fed High point scorers in the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Prayer Hour, 7:00.: ''"
whosoever ler, recreation director. age CHURCH OF CHRIST 331 W. Oseeola Arcane Evangelistic Rally, 7:3: ., '
.. wet not' written; In the book of life was groups: .
(Christian Rev. Richard Knight Pastor
) Tuesday:
Pad'info he lake of lire" Rev. 20.15 Pets are being divided Into 6-7 yrs. Malcolm Wilson, lit; Ja. North Bugarland Auditorium 9:43: a.m.-Church School Orchestra Practice, 7:00: ,
four classifications, dogs, birds, Langley, 24. 84 years, Kenny John 11:00 service I
C. Schemer Minister : a.m.-Morning Wednesday: .
Community Presbyterian Church Cassidy, 119 Kim ;
cat and acfreeUaneous. Each ; Murphy, 129; 10:00: a.m.-Bible School I 8:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship Christ's Ambassadors, 7:45COMMUNITY : \ I '}
407 Royal Palm Avenue child classla 10-11 yrs. Keith Carter 80; Gret 11:00 : ,1
nay enter only one : a.m.-Communion and Woo ; ,
HENRY HORRELL FORD. Minister each divUIoa. chen Bryan, 90; 1213. Mickey Williams ship ServiceWednesday Wednesday: I"

9:43: A.M. Bible School aDd Andy Ballard tie at 40. I : 7:13: p.m.-OIoII' Practice ',
11:00: A.M. Worship A pet fair program has been 14-15 yr. old. flabby Hare, 51. I 7:30 p.m.-Blble Study PENTECOSTAL'HOLINESS "
prepared by the Eecreatioa De- CHURCH OF GOD CHURCH:
Sermon "The Inheritors"No.
Subject: Seth ClewlotinRev.
partmeat sad are available at ATTENTION
CHURCH OF CHRIST 312 S. Pacific Avenue
J. R. Taylor, Pastor
4 "The Beatitudes"
: the Tooth Center. 3M
Central Arena : Rev. Joe Coleman 10:00
SOFTBALLERSI I : .m.-8undaJ' School
Earl Arnold, Minister 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00
: a.m.-Morning Worship
An organizational meeting for Sunday: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service 7:45: p.m.-Cundav EvangeUstia .
both men and women Interested Informing If:00 a.m.-Bible School 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship
YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A a summer Softball leagueare 11:00: a.m.-Worship Wednesday Wednesday Service: \. ,
urged to be present at the little 7:00 p.m.-Worship 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:45: p.m.-Prayer ServiceTrkiay
League Field Friday night Wednesday: Friday: I :
: '
II July 8th at 7:80.: 7:30 p.m.-Midweek Devotions 7:30;: ,p.m,-Young People's_ Endeavor 7:45 p-m.-Youth Service ,,:;
10. I c
MILLIONAIRE Play is being planned for those and Bible Study I II
18 and over. Additional Informa-
TO LIVE LIKE ONE IN ties may be obtained by calling This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: : \" ;
Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Wntberf'l.I .

Hendry County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's,, ..
Palm I Beach Florida I Ft. Myers Winner Motor STANDARD OIL COMPANT Complete Departauat Star* '\("

In Dual Swim MeetThe -
Fort Myers Swim Association Phew J-SJOi Jordan & Pridgen ,,'

defeated. both girls and,boys carna SERVICE: STATION Clewiston FederalRoydTlnc. ,?
PAC VACATION teams from Clewiston in a meet Giddens Furniture Jug LCWI Mnf '
COMPlE held here Monday evening. ,
The local girls were edged 89 to Store '
75 points, with the final relay f
: Kelly Co. II"
: event deciding tiM winner. "If. : Pa Tragic= '
Gixddeeus The Clewiston News
The Fort Myers, boys soundly The Way
95 trounced Clewiston,, 134 to 81 points.
i I Rusty Earp of Fort Myers broke ,;<
the Florida Association A.A.U. eel !;
ord for the 50 yard breaststroke
with a time of 33.4 seconds.
Based oa The next swim meet for the Clew Sunday Feature ,

doable o e p.aey iston team will be in Fort Lauderdale -
this Saturday, according to

(Package Rates Eugene: Fuller, director.Tetherball. For the Beefeater ;

May 1st to Dee. 1st .
r ,
.The winners in the TetberbaU I '
or au
tournament at the Central Playground
That' All You Pay For{Dayf and 6 Nights on Ft.,. June 28.

Midget Division:

Including l Breakfast ,& Dinner Crawford Boys-1st; Srd Mike Mike Davis Kehoe.: 2nd Frank Baked Idaho Potato S ,1 : ,

Glrla-lst Terry Andrea 2nd, I l.t'"
117 taxnrloiialy famished rooms >r suites Hotel rooms sad efflcleacles. Jane Passmore. with I I
Junior Division- .
Boys 1st, Freddie Robertson; Creamery Butter or Sour Cream & Chive Dressing I hp': '

2nd, Junior Bates; 3rd, Arturo ";1 V'f'

Tomeau.Girls 1st Cede Cecil, 2nd, ,: 1 :' I '$rl

Donna Senior Stalls Division-, 3rd, Diane Crawford. Tossed Green Salad ; T:

Boys-Steven Girls-Terry Conneil.Sexton. Choice of Dressing I I "" ,,;

West Palm MeetBoys Rolls ,& Butter Beverage ,
and girls who want to enter
the Florida Recreation Association I
Track and .Field ,Meet la West .:- Two dollars Seventy-five Cents 'I' : t: : .

Palm Beach ,on Thursday, July I
I IOther'eiceUent
11, must sign up at the Youth '. ::' j i !
Center before the deadline Saturday < ,
July 6. Entry: fee Is 25 cents. .'f! -L !
"JIIt ,. I II It

Lauderdale Meet '
t I I
Clewiston Recreation ,
.. .)
ment's 12 year and tinder swim table d'Jiote. or Clio carte items :
teams will f o to Fort Lauderdale '1'. 9
for a meet In that age group 17 I

tidpate.boys and girls on the team win par Serving 12:00: to 230; and 6:00: 9:30 ,

W. S. C. S. Studies I ;

Sea Breeze M0tel-& Villas : New Frontiers

I I New Frontiers In Home Missions

was topic of the instructive: program '
I at the Woman's Society of 'The 6leiston Inn
I Christian:: Service Monday night I '
'i ,
SwlsaaeJag'eels given by Mrs. Walter Stewert. assisted .
e private ,
I s i w
: Private Oeeaa Beach by Mrs. Frank Zemonek, ,
Air Ceodttload Reams o DJatsg Reeea Cocktail Ueage Hilton. Murphy Mr. & B.
e Mrs ; '
Florida YU 23561
Reel Oaretoa o I'ark"Free el Tat.Reese, SteHs and Miss Janet Slewert.Mrs. .. dOTfirtoii, Telephone '
Golf.leaali Fred Sikes. Mrs* Blewert

ikons 365 Jt1 g.7471 C1 Ooe" ...... P.lm Rush, 11a. 1 and Mrs Zemonek also took part
hue. write a win )'r.ak WDIJUU 117111 la, the,,program and.UrawZenv

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Ellen ana tK new baby, John R.
Page Four THE CLEWISTON!: NEWS Clewiston Fla.. .dress, and scattered rose petal I Miller chose a pink flowered chiffon III, of Kisslmmee. spent the weekend ems ecaUon Beach. spent at fort!IIy.
Thursday July 4, 1963 from a basket with rose buds and voile with pink accessories.Her
with his mother MTJ AJioe: Mr.
satin ribbon decorations I corsage was of pink rosebudsand I Personals] and Mr. R r.
Barton: and other relatives daughter of Highland City IIId
cymbidium orchids.
Melvin Arthur was best man for B. Owens
I I of the Mr. and: Mra Charter visiting her bntternd
i his son and ushers were James Mrs Eubanks, mother lace and family have returned from a family this Ress Lag:
was dressed in pink week. '
and John Arthur thegroom's The
Arthur Durrenca visa: with relative .and friendsin III
brothers. and chiffon, aid wore white accessories Mr. and Mrs. Roy are enjoying fishing. '
and a corsage of cyan have returned from a vacation Pennsylvania and Onto members of the bmUei; an4 dies,
Following the ceremony a wedding bidlum orchids. trip during which they visited Mrs H. C Jones, Miss Cecil lag the East Coast<> arc rnak
reception was held in the Before leaving on a wedding tripto their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Jones and Cecil Jones, have returned their ipe. dil'oIIj: :
Educational Building of the church. various points in Florida, the and Mrs. Steve Johnson at Gaines : from a vacation stay In Eddie Turner of
The bride's table was covered bride changed to a beige dress rifle Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Green Hend2rsnviU. N.C. spending the week Mulberry Is
with a floor length white linen with matching Jacket and white and other friends in Princeton, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Vaughnand brother Rev. H. V visiting Turner his
cloth, centered with an arrangement accessories and wore the orchid and in Tierra Verde and Crystal' children of Jacksonville arrived Mri Turner w!

of carnations and baby' from her wedding bouquet.Out River, Florida. : last weekend for a visit Mr and! Mrs. Lacy Polk
I breath, on either aide of which of town guests at the wedding Doyal Anderson and Cole Moor- with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. family of Nashville and IIId
were placed white candles in silver were Mrs. Annie Newberry. man left last week for Monte Ver- H. T. Vaughn, Sr I Bailey and daughter Of La'4'Jon
candlelabra. The three-tiered Mr. and Mrs. James Arthur, Mr. de, where they are attending the Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Veltre Ga., will arrive this weekend HabJra
i wedding cake was topped with a and Mrs. Melvin.Arthur, Mr. and summer session of school for eight and Mr. and: Mrs. C. W. Fuller are I I visit with relatives in lot s
I miniature bride and groom Mrs. J. A. Arthur, Mr and Mrs weeks spcndln: two weeks! vacation at, They are presently viaittna Clelriston
in and I Mr. and Fart Laud rdal1!. i|I and Mrs. W. lit
1.\. Assisting serving punch Jos A. Griffin of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowden and I T. Lewis
\ cake were Mrs. Charles H. Miller Mrs. Robert A. Miller and sons left Saturday for a week's! Kathy and Vicky Koch have Mr. W. E. Lewis in gL
1.f 1 t Mrs. R. A. Miller and Mrs. I David and Danny. West. Palm family at Lake Placid. turned to Fort. Lauderdale after re-I I Mr. and Mrs. Pat ?
f : Betty Beatty. Miss Barbara Arthur -,I Beach Henry Miller Lexington stay Htk' visit with their children left for a wee I1
sister of the groom kept the Mass., Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Edwards Mrs. Earl Morrison spent a few U. T. Koch, Sr. Nashville Tenn. ClvilltMr. In

,J"i, I bride's book. I II and Mr. and Mrs. C. G. days in her Fort sister.Mr. Myers. this week visiting I Mrs H. A. Bestor has returned! and Mra. Arthur T >Km,, ,

\1; For her daughter' wedding Mrs. Edwards of Mayport and i from a month's visit in California. are making an extended lour !
\ and Mrs. M. H. Peer
I She visited Mr. and: Mrs George Midwestern states during .
: Suzanne- Peers, are van
: spending a vacation tn Jennings '. Beater and family at La Mess, and lion trip of several weeks.

La. also with her brother- In-lAW and Mr. and Mra. Harry SchIck ha

WomenflwiSHOWER Eddie White, who has been stationed sister Mr. and Mrs. J. O. OdellIn guests last week their ni.5,
In Germany with the armed Lajolla, Calif. Another sister Judy Fussell of Camilla Gi,
forces for the past three years Mrs. George Anlcker of Seattle Christ Clark of Sebrina
has returned to Clewiston and Is was also a guest. of the Odells for Schick Ia spending this week In

visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. part of the time. bring wide Christi and otitt!

J J"I Happy BirthdayJuly Llewellyn White. Henry Miller of Lexington.: Mais. lativea.

JI HONORS :. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher W Ange arrived last weekend for a visit Vincent Hendrix attended 1 1*,
I + 4: Laverne Redlsh. Joyce Jr. of Immokalee visited with relatives with, his grandmother, Mrs. Chas. for Carrier1 Convention in Hoi
RECENT BRIDE Sear and friends here over the H. Miller. wood Friday and Saturday. )
July s: Stanley ConneD HI. M. weekend, enjoying the Class of Mrs. Vic Turner Billy and Hay- Mist Bergljot Abraham

,"I :Mrs. Gerry HarrIs. who priorto W. Bigg, Lynda Webb Domlnguez. 1953 reunion Saturday evening.Mr. ward Rich Jerry Akin, Tommie Vicksburg Arizona, it ape 0
her recent marriage was Miss July: Helen Texton, W. N. Mar and Mrs Norwood Sims of Mann and Marvin and Donnle some time la Clewiston !
j Sharon Walker was honoree at a tin, Loworn Currie, W .H. Adams Savannah Ga., visited relatives In Drake spent. a week at the Baptist and earn* for property Linens vlstinr
w bridal bower given at. the home of Dink Davis Mary Helen Bowen Clewiston during a two week's va Comp at Lake Denton ner Avon She ha* made a trip to Key w
Mr. and Mra. Thomas Stile at 414 Carl Ferrara. cation. Mrs. Sims 1* the former Park. during her stay: here, and win vIs1 j

El Paso Avenue Tuesday evening July T: Eddie White. Christine Tomllnson. Mr. and Mri. H. T. Vaughn Sr., In New York before returning,
MR. AND MRS. DANNY ARTHUR Hostesses were Mrs. Roy Taylor.Mrs. July 8: Mr. J. L. McDanleli Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King have Miss Evelyn Vaughn Mr .and Mrs. Vicksburg where she all ito
Herb Hlgdon and Mrs. Stllej. Betty Murphy returned from a vacation In North her sixth
Walter E. Vaughn and children I term a* teacher m i It
Lou Miller And Danny Arthur WedIn Refreshments of punch, nuts July 9: Ethele Morgan Midge Carolina. Their daughter Mrs. and M?. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn school there. Miss Abrahanuoi
mints and cake were served following Harper Joaeph A. Duncan J. A. Fred Hughes and children returned Jr. and children: left yesterday for formerly taught in the Clefs
evening of and home with them for visit En
an game Roland. a chool.
a stay of several days at Naples
Candlelight Ceremony at Hi Haven entertainment. The bride opened July 10: Bill Blount (Stl.) Mrs. route they were guests of their Beach. Guests of Mr. and Mrs OIK
and displayed her attractive and Graco Wlngate. son, Wayne King and family In Ciddens and family this week
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hatfield and m
useful gifts. July 11: Rev. L. T. Fagan tuth Tallahassee. Mr. Hughes arrived her brother-in-law
Miss Mary Louise Miller and marches for the wedding party. sons are on an extended vacation and later! II 1
The guest list Included Mrs. for week' visit. and will
Jackson, Medford Dunaway Barney Saturday a and Mr. John
Paul Daniel Arthur were marriedat The bride given in marriage by trip through the Midwestern states Baxky and Genii
Quincy Westberry. Mrs. O. C. Wilcox Bryan Shirlee Ingram. accompany his family horn this Lancaster
six-thirty Saturday evening in a I her father wore a gown of white Jr., Mri. Saddlewhfte Mrs weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Lanier all of Macon Ga
double ring ceremony at the Hi Haven Chantllly lace over taffeta. The Jimmy Harris Mrs. Gary Scott Mrs H. W. Shupe and children have returned from a vacation Mr. and Mrs. I E. E. Edwjrt
Baptist Church. The Rev. H. bodice had a scoop neck and featured spent in the mountains of Tennes- and family have returned tarn! t
Mrs. Bill Watton, Mrs. Jay Fren- returned last weekend from a visit
Victor Turner officiated at the cap sleeves, and the full Staff and vacation attay at Fort MyeBeadl.
Hospital sea North Carolina and Including
der Mrs. Eula Stile, Mrs. Daisy with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
rites. ;skirt was floor length. She wore : a visit with friends and
Stiles, Mrs. James Hlgdon and the Figley In West. Virginia. .
The bride Is the daughter of Mr. gauntlets of white lace matchingher
relatives In and near Wilmington
Mrs Harris.
honoree Gerry Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner ]left
and Mrs. Leslie C. Miller. The gown. The fingertip veil of illusion Plans OrientationStaff yesterday !to spend the holiday Mrs Helen Hennig, well known
groom is the son of Mrs. J. P. Eu- was attached to a small former Tarpon Springs publisher,
weekend at. Naples Beach. PIZZAYU
banks of Clewiston and Melvin pearl crown. The bride carried a Miller
Mrs. Hosts members of Hendry General Rev. and Mrs. Clark H. Dorman visited for a few days with! Mrs
Arthur of MiamiThe cascade bouquet of white carnations -
I members of the and Eustace L. Adam last week!:
Hospital and family returned last weekend 2-3311
altar of the church was arranged and stephanotl centered Mr. and Mrs. Don
Galassinl! and
Buffet newly organized Hospital Auxiliarywill from a visit with relatives and
with a white orchid. Wedding .
and cathedral
palm boys have returned from a two Sugarland PharmacyNOTICE
'' I hold a Joint. meeting at the friends In Texas and In Wisconsin.
candlelabra and baskets of white Maid of honor was the bride'ssister
Monday evening. Purposeof Mr. and Mrs.
entertained hospital ChristIan
and at Mrs. Charles H. Raymond -
mums gladioli were placed Miss Ann Miller who was
either side. dressed in aqua chiffon over yellow with a buffet. supper honoring the meeting to orient the staff and family have returned froma
i< with her nice Miss Lou Miller and members and the auxiliary members month's. stay at Fort. Myers
taffeta worn accessories.
Mrs. Christine Doty organist, her fiance, Danny Arthur following a* to the services which the Beach. "
Her flower were variegated
; and Mr. Thomas B. Owens vocalist will Mr. and ..
yellow carnation in the wedding rehearsal Friday Auxiliary perform. Mrs. John B. Boy and .

I T presented the wedding mu a cascade evening. Mr. ,Anna Mae Jones, hospital family left. yesterday for a visit
: sic. Mrs. Owen sang "I Love YouTruJy" arrangementThe : *A;*blue".nd..no.. m naoreMemewar administrator will conduct: .the orientation -'fill ten days with"his*-nwttier,'Mrs. "', {n M&iiy't 'I
i and ""O Promise; Me';%: flower girl wig Patti Drake, used in the floral centerpieceand with assistance from Mrs I David C. Boy In Bristol, Tenn. CloSing }
Mrs. Doty used the traditional who wore a short. blue organdy J. Fred and other !
\ I party accessories. The buffet Baker Auxiliaryleaders. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCarthy All Watch Repairs Must Be
was arranged on a lacecoveredtable. and family returned Monday evening
from a visit with relatives in Picked Up By Saturday, August 3
The guest list included membersof St. Louis Mo. i
the families and the wedding Girls' StateDelegates Dr. .and Mrs. John F. Powers BERT TURNER Watchmaker
party, : Miss Miller Mr. Arthur and family of West. Palm Beach
Mr. and Mra. L. C. Miller Miss have spent; this weekend In Clew!.- Sugar Mill Road
Ann Miller Mr. and Mrs. O. H. ReturnMisses ton visiting her parents Mr. and
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ed- Mrs. G. N. Fitness and his sister,
wards, Rev. Victor Turner Mrs. Miss Patricia Powers, and other'
ffl Thomas B. Owens, Mrs. Christine Cheryl Lee and Chris relatives and friends Dr. Powers

Doty, Mr. and Mrs: W. R. Drake Kelly returned Friday from Tallahassee has completed a year at St. Mary'i !
and Patti! Drake Mrs. Betty Beat- where (they spent. a weekas Hospital. Weal Palm Beach and Is
Jn d ty Henry Miller and David Miller,, delegates to Girls State, representing ; moving to Dayton Ohio, whore he HrwThr
s1) the Clewiston Legion Aux- will Intern for a year at Good Sam

New Arrivals iliary. I aritan Hospital
In this project, a Girls State organization -' Sara Jo Cato Elaine McConville,
Mr. and Mr. Kenneth Brownare I
was tt up completewith Ricky Sexton Jimmy Bible and
the parent of a baby girl
governor cabinet, senate, Mrs. J. H. Bible! spent a week In
Judy who weighed four pound,
: house of representative and other Gatllnburg. and went on to Jefferson
six ounces when she arrived In
officials. Bdh local girl were City, Tenn., where Mr. Bible
Hendry General Hospital June elected members of the House >f Joined them for a week's stay. They

Representative! returned to Clewiston Monday
28th.Mr. night inns
) and Mrs. A. C. Ellison will
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King Mr.
Card of Thanks
lie the parents of a baby girl who I and Mrs. Fred Hughes and children
was born July (first She weighed I give thanks unto the Lord for of OewUton and Mr. and .
New Cirriir WMtharmsktr for micas and ttorei-deslgned' for six pounds six ounces and (heEllisons he is good. His mercy endureth Mrs. J. M. Winn and family of Pa-
lower Installation costs. It can be Installed In a variety of ways have chosen the name of forever 107 Psalm. Thanks to Dr. hokee visited Miss Martha Davis : 2968!

faster, neater and at less cost thin ever possible/ before. Angela Schrea for her. Allison Dr. McConville and the at Cocoa Beach one day this week.

Hendry General Hospital sta'.f! Tonight and every night Is a E I,.... ?'+
Sugarland Pharmacy Clewiston. Florida for the won good night to go out to a wonderful
derful care that was given me. I movie. adv '- -
PIZZAYU pray Gods mercy upon each one. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle are
of you.Mrs. I. enjoying a Caribbean Cruise, vis HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS Inc.
23311 Bessie C. WashingtonFort lung several of the Islands ,
Myers,'Florida. Harold White left this week for Sugarland Highway Clwi ton ft

R Take I Atlanta month in where special be training will spend after a

10 minutes and See which he will go to New Orleans i

wk.ca he ha
accepted emphynunt:
with an accounting i r.n. Introducing-
Guest of Terryl Jane Nash for a
That's all it takes to look Into the low coat of few days over the weekend were

Carrier Weathermaker air conditioning.: You find Ethelle invites you to Maria Sinclair of Rlveria Beach For the first time

It lower than you think with low down payment enjoy the budget special and Miss Toby Dean Breuffl Webb of Miami hat arrived i in Clewis ton and Moore Haven

and easy terms for an installation that pays off to spend! the Fourth of July weekend -!

with superior performance for years. this weekend with her mother Mrs. J. L. The Most Modem
McDaniels. She Is a student. at the. ,

No waiting-immediate delivery. No slowdown University of Florida.Mr. I Method of Preserving and Cooling Roofs;
and Mrs. Jim Pauk of Tlf-
normal routine
installation is fast We
spent the weekend High-Pressure
visiting Painting
have the experience and Carrier equipment to do friend and relatives Clewiston. Cleaning &

any job. Air or water cooled models, with or with Grilled Chopped Sirloin: : Mr*. Ralph Tfllman. who ha* been Using Mildew & Fungus-Resistant Paints

out ductwork in all sizes. For small offices With visiting Ja OVton returned home
or large : Mashed Potatoes Turnip Green with them.
and stores, an entire floor or several floors Hot Dinner Rolls and Butte JMr. aDd Irs. John R. Barton In additionto

.. and children: ,
Come in and see how you actually can save our regular service of all kinds of peW

tion.money Just with give a us Carrier a call Weathermaker.Nows a good time No !obliga 58*' A 98 BOWLING isCOOL and roofs cement and roof tile repair roofs.; bonded gravel roof

fun) Commercial & Residential

Carrier Thrifty BreakfastOne None Too Large or Small

grits toast coffee
egg, ,


Fwmtaia Special ( e*. Cherry Smash .. ...the...., Ie Seeded ,. Insured

Redish Electric Co. THRIFTY DRUGS. Glades Bowling Lanes ..... I. Rex .lIAavn ,. LUa., ARRiNOTON 5feere Bat* **

Route 80 South n... WH -UOS
CLEWUflON (dewlstou Resident Can Collect)

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of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs
of 53 Durrence (Bobbie Nell Cloud | Clewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five Cross-Florida Barge Canal
Orlando, Mr ) ol i Thursday, July 4, 1963 I and 1250,000 for pre-eonstme-
Mrs A, 0 Walk ... ..
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er, Jr (
Reunion Fay Andrews
; ) f ""
Basin (Green Swamp)
Suth Bay, Mr and Mrs. An'
't, Jr., (Marian RIdgdill F. W Senator Holland Expresses ViewsOn flood control project We are 'j :
) Immok-
members of funds for :
of the 30 alee, Mr and Mrs. Norwood hopeful ef securing ;
..fSfss of 1953, Clewiston High 'OirlsUne Tomlinson Sims! both of these unbudgeted pro ; 'j xl

IH ul< a reunion, Friday Oa, Mr. and Mrs Lois) Savannah President's Civil Rights BillsCIVIL jects. Governor Bryant also "::o
ScboJ Bello
after graduation testified before the House Appropriations :
sigh(, fa years ectra RomanI), West Hollywood.
, Mb of the Canebrake Regpurest Mr. and Mrs Committee on the :N.'. I."
Sslgler RIGHTS LEGISLATIONThe Jersey One would au '
De Norton Mr :'1
filled with nostalgic same subject, and lat. Thursday -
was and Mrs. Gene Fuller Mr President's on civil thorise federal aid In providing -
hter toe and: -- message afternoon he, Senator '\
Mrs Richard V. and the three bills which day care for the children ; '
nbersanda husbands and Phelps (Sue rights Smathers, other members of ,'
Cornetie: ), Mr. and Mrs. Earnest have been introduced in the Senate of such workers, and the ether
memories of high our Congressional Delegationand ;
elves exchanged Barton (Alice Collins), Mr and C In connection therewith have would establish a program I met with President Kennedy ,'+
schoo1 days of the Mrs. Donald Stiles Mr. and Mrs become matters of principal concern of assistance for farmers In st the White House te J\

Gene Fuller, presidelllt Billy Blount. Mr. and Mrs. Quln-: here. Th Administration bill, providing more adequate sanitation discuss the State's public 1i'
Master of Ceremnks. \ ,
eJas" served as cy Westberry: (Punch Mod gomsry) introduced by Senator Mansfield, facilities for migrant works needs In general, bat !1r

After a few welcoming Mr. and Mrs Lavon' Booth: Mr. covering all of the President's re- families. Additionally, I supported particularly these two aDba...-
rmarks. the various members and Mrs. Johnie Jackson. Mr, and commendations, has been referredto a third bill extending eted requests.Directors.
their spouses and told Mrs Eddie Musgrave. Mr. and Senator Zastland's Judiciary certain provisions of the Fair

briefly of their live since gradu- Mrs. Frank D. Simmons (Judy Committee. The second bill, Introduced Labor Standards Act; It would

.tioO,; their families, their jobs, Montgomery). by Senators Mansfield and set age limits for employmentof Keep I'::

etc' After dinner, the evening was Magnuson, covering: only that re- migratory children alter
pictures were passed around, and spent in dancing and more con- BLUE ANGELS a new Teen I I -- commendation which relates to so- school hours, limit the distances
hi "program" of the evening versation.. Age Comb which plays regularly Rctary View called public facilities meaning which they could travel Chamber Active

..,...""- -f re-reading- the class on alternate Friday nights at the hotels, restaurants, stores and other between home and work, aadwould '
SJL hisory' prophecy and Who's Youth Center, are finding favor FilmA places of trade or service which safeguard them from In Summer Season :"
WhO, from the yearbook 'The Randy Cockrill with adults a( well. They have are open to the public has been hassrdonf eeeopat ans. My positions -
The class history played, for several these three bills Chamber of Commerce directors, %
flier"! of 1953- Shows other local ooeastaat film, prepared by the California referred to Senator Magnuson's en ((1
sus lead by Johnie Jackson the ImprovementRandy and have bee well re- Growers Association to emphasize Commerce Committee. The third were supported by the Florida meeting at the dewlston Inn Tuesday -a:.. \

tat will and testament by Sue ceded. Left to right, membersare the importance of agriculture bill, introduced by Senators Mansfield Fruit and Vegetable' Association learned of activities of the
Comdte Phelps the prophecy by Cockrill and his parents, Rodney Booker Seth Howard, and its related businesses to and Dtrksen, covering all of and by ether Interested merchants committee from Richard
Mr. and
?Punch" Montgomery Westbury, Mrs J. T. Cockrill, have BUI Perry and L. W. Howard that state's shown ..tRotal'1 the President's recommendationsexcept Florida groups Among the V. Phelps, chairman.\ Phelps
returned economy, was
and the class "Who'i Who" by from Gainesville, where Club the public facilities field, other bills, I voted against" reported on the plans for the dewUton -
Monday by County
Ha, Fsy Andrews Walkekr. I Randy went Monday for eye tests Agent Frank Polhlll. has been referred to the Judiciary those requiring' federal registration Bargain Festival, and of other .
News from members of the class check of recent surgery: on CouncilIs Polhill said agriculture is equally Committee. It is easy to see that of crew leaden and plans of the merchants group for

unable to be present, was related an afflicted eye. He was found to Important to Florida's the civil rights advocates hope for establishing a National Advisory cooperative services
economyand ;
Judy Montgomery Simmons, be much Improved from a condition a favorable report from the Commerce Council en Migratory President R. F. Baker reminded
film should
the the
b. emphasize:
which has plagued his sight SuggestedBy to bring Labor the directors that Governor
rio did much of the correspondent need fcr better organization among Committee so as : Bryant '
necessary to planning .the: re--almost since birth. the growers of the state. The specialized something to the Floor of the Senate EAT PINES EXPANSION URGED asked cooperation' in the Fourth

oka.TUt. Randy has suffered a series of machinery for cultivating within a relatively short time, -Last week Senator Smath- of July; Bell Ringing campaign

sly couple present who were ulcers of the cornea and the scar- SpeakerL. and harvesting each: crop, particularly say six weeks or two months. The ers and I conferred with VA Administrator : and urgded members to ring any '

both members of the class were tissue obscured the vision of one the fruit crops, the advances rest of the program would then be ,James S. Gleason, Jr., bells available at 1 p.m. today f

Or. and Mrs John F. Powers, eye; the condition has also caused A. Jacobson, area soil con in fertilization, and in varieties offered as amendments.I strongly urging that the $1.7 million Carroll Benson who was appointed -

joann( Planes). Others present him almost constant pain. In recent servationist of Sebrlng, explainedthe has Increased the production of cannot comment on an of earmarked for the technical chairman ot a special committee ,. ,
were Mr and Mrs. Alfred Walton surgery the scars were cutaway Rural Area Development program farm lands. the many phase of this legIdatlen planning of the long-delayed 330- on arrangements for theMiss .,'
since but I strongly bed expansion of Bay Pines Veterans t"
; now healing has taken am opposed Universe contestants' visit toClewiston
to the board of supervisorsof The film pointed out that ten
has to most of It aDd parteularly Hospital be released so that for
place, Randy vision in the described the plans
Hendry Soil Conservation: Dis- 40 cents of dollar
;years ago every
eye, and is assured by doctors trict and of Income to that which deals this needed expansion of facilities their visit He said the group will
other agriculture: and conservation family went for
thi'WEEKEND that the amount of vision will Im food with the controlling by federal can get underway. leave Lake Placid at three o'clock:
the .
BOWL representatives Thursday today same family o 0 '
prove. The strange condition) will is well law of "public faculties"which and should be In Clewiston by 4.15.Plans : (
evening. equally as fed and with the
never be "cured", the doctors told I foods of course, are privately FLORIDA PUBLIC W 0 R K IP&OJEC1'8 ( for 'their welcome here are
The said Jacobson by
program is same spending only 20 SUPPORTED
Randy, .and that be must:: use medication of owned and represent the Yesterday described In another: column ofthfngsue <<
cents dollar
to challenge of
a major effort meet the every the family; Governor Bryant testified
la the eye balls all of his Investments and life efforts of .) '
of Imbalance land Income
life. However, the restoration of and In use Carlos Dickey millions of citizens thronghout effectively before the Senate Appropriations The resignation of Loyd: Kelly as I''
population patterns, as great I presided at the Committee's Public
We eater to private sight and the removal of pain meeting. Guests the nation. It seems to me director: and as chairman of the I. '
change take place in rural America were Walter Hooker Works subcommittee, of which Iam
seems quite miraculus to the 12- that the owners are entitled publicity committee was received I ,:'
while and Belle Glade John Stitt of Dallas -
parties, clubs, etc conserving developing a member, in support of adequate
and morally, under
year-old, who has suffered so much, natural resources. : and DaVe ;Jones of Gainesville legally federal funding of the State's with regret Mr Kelly is spending I
and to his parents. oar private enterprise system most of his time in Miami, since I
Jacobson recommended organizing important rivers and harbors,
for themselvesthe navigation '
to decide
his business Include
1 expanding : to ,
Glades Bowling Lanes a county development council, nature of their clientele. beach erosion and flood Miami headquarters and office. ,I
Think of the months composed of representatives: of all control projects in fiscal 1864. I
you spend
Route 80 South Best SellersIn I also strongly oppose S. C. Fry reported on the recreation -
I teaching a kid to talk and the civic groups, to present a united the Attorney General the made an over-all statement supporting plans which have been sub ,

years you strive to keep him quiet attack on problems which might power to Initiate, la his sole the same objectives for mitted to the board of county ,

retard progress. Public LibraryThe discretion Injunction suits lathe myself and Senator Smathers, and commissioners, and asked for other

AU U. S. Departmnt of Agriculture field of desegregating pub- our Congressmen all filed statements suggestions.

personnel In the county has dewiston Public Library lie schools, which carries withIt or accepted one of ours. I Attending the meeting were J. E.
j has recently added the following feel that we Jointly made a thorough
been organized into "Technical Ac- the right to use criminal Beardsley, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens,
which are on the best seller in
presentation urging
tion Panel" to assist organizedrural list: contempt proceedings withoutjury approval S. C. Fry, Ken Swayne, C W Benson -
area development councils as trials. Clearly, this Is a of the budgeted amounts
: John Ellington, John Corbin,
"The Shoes of the Fisherman"
needed, said William R. Burke, beginning la granting to the for every Florida project John \
Stitt Tom
Jones W. A. Davis,
# 0 4 by Morris L. West, a story; of the I
soil conservationist. These members Attorney General powerswhich We also requested additional
Papacy: and of a modern Pope- an Richard Phelps, R. 1', Baker, Dr.
are C. B. Williams, Farmers a Russian Cardinal who had been were unsuccessfully fl million la construelion I Mike Herring Mrs. Beryl Bowden
Home Adminls'ration; Frank Pol- sought under the so-ealediartrU1pnpeeahof funds for the start ef the I and Mrs. Stella Plrkle .. ...
imprisoned 18 ,
[ for his
years fajth{ -
; I:
r LhlU. Florida,, )F tenstn !SwUmRay "'' earlier '
RESTAyRAlfT t' "LEGlhslBlowra" I'I
Daphne I
D. Garrtt Agricultural Stabilization legislation and would soon I'I
du Maurler.;the story of a family .
Service, and Burke. lead to giving the Attorney I
of glass blowers, written in
Sugarland Hwy. Clew ltou' J. R. Spratt, chairman of the Miss du Maurier's own inimitable General more power than any
Hendry County Water Conservation President or any ether American

Committee Earl Vanatta, Sebring style"Our Mother's House", by Julian official has ever had In FOR SALE
ACS, and supervisors John W. Ash, peace time and more power
Gloag, a first novel about
Julian Dickson and Oliver Murray, than should ever be given to I
en children left alone by the deathof
for a peach of a attended the meeting. their mother, whom they secretly any one person.
I pleased to report that no
bury; in the garden, and then am
FEPC provision was Included in One 1960 Y2 ton International
Plea Day in weave an intnicate form of worship the President's recommendationsor pickup '
coitus about her
put-up job memory in this new proposed legists

County CourtRecords "The Bedford Incident", by tlon, although the President did truck in good condition. May be
Mark Rascovich. A potent novel state his support of certain FEPC

of Pie Day, Monday, about a timely subject the fanatic bills which are already pendingand
Court of zeal of an American destroyer which I think cannot be pass
In County Judge's Hendry seen at the office of Glades Electric
county: captain hunting out a Russian submarine ed. I shall, of course, vigorously

Driving while, license was revoked which ultimately threatens oppose this whole legislation

: Odell Briggs, ISO or 50 days; the world. though I could support certain items '
Walter Anumons, Albert Goehler, "A' Call from Austria", by Martha if they were presented separately Cooperative, Inc., in Moore Haven,

S25 bond estreated; Ron Burger, Albrand, a new mystery by such as those for job training '
a Walter Williams $50 bond retreated this very popular author of mysteries and vocational education Settlement
of the grave racial problem Mondays ,through Fridays. Bids ac- :

Displaying another's license: "The Moon-Spinners;, by Mary involved in the integrationfield : ,

Walter Williams, $35, Harry Pepper -I Stewart, a romantic suspense no cannot be accomplished by '
sentence withheld. vel.The coercive means, whether by legislation cepted until 12:00: Noon on July 18th.

Speeding: F. R. Cummings $23 library: also has on hand the litigation or the use of I

use Dixie Crystals or 10 days; Waylaod Williams, other books on the best-seller list, sheer force.

12.50 or 10 days; Harold Garley, including "Seven Days In May, by SPACE HEARINGS IN PROGRESS Terms cash.

-- R. A. Morris, R. L. Irvin, Joe Fletcher Knebel and Charles W -Recently I have participated

Goodman, Enrique Chason and Antonio Bailey; "Fall-Safe", the controversial in the Senate Space Committee !

Sec the Pena, forfeited $35 bonds, novel by Eugene Burdick hearings in which NASA's budget

J. B. Yent, $30 bond. and Harvey Wheeler; "Ship of authorizations for the coming fiscal The Board of Directors reserves the \, '

New 50 x 10 MARLETTECenter Violation of right of way: Gettls Fools", by Katherine Anne Porter; year have been under examin 1

Kitchen 2 Bedroom Kirkland $50 bond forfeited; Improper and "Two Hours to Darkness", by ation. An authorization figure of right to reject any and all bids. [),

parking, $25 or 23 days. Antony Ttew. particular Interest to Florida is the
No tag: C. W. Dana, $1250 or The library is located on the $311,833.000 to cover mostly' new

Only $4,195.00 10 days second floor of the Nickel building construction, facilities and equipment

Drunkennes: Jane Hall (of Ear- and !It open every Monday, at the Launch Operations

fern) H. Fletcher, $10 or 10 days Wednesday, and Friday evenings Center at Cape Canaveral,and Met.. .
Includes delivery and set up. Assault and Battery: : Dude Pay from 7.00: to 9.00: P.M., and every ritt Island. During the testimony

Oa Display at ne, $100 or 100 days; Geo. Williams Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday of Dr. Robert C. Seamans, Jr., Deposit Your Savings With 1i I,.
from 2:30: to 1:30 P.M. ',,
$35 or 35 days. NASA's Associate Administrator,

CIEWISTON SALES Inc. Bare assault: Carlton Alexander last Tuesday, the witness was questioned
. TRAILER $35 or 35 days. at length by myself; and Clewiston Federal i I

11*. 17. CI.EWIBTJVH TP 1-1111 Worthless'check: A. W Howard WOMEN HAVE MORE others relative to the contention of :

- $25 plus reitlutton, ,or 60dsys. COURAGE. THAN MEN. some Committee members that i

IMAGINE A MAN VrtTH A the space agency does not do u "

Reckless display of firearms, J. IN MS POCKET good a Job as it should In apprising 'r,
Maddox $100 or-100 days. DIME our body well in advance of

.TRYING OH :'NINETY such operations as reprogramming anticipated I :
l DOLLAR WITS! and the auditing of fund transfers.

Summer Time And Hospital NotesWhite The tenor of the exchange was dividend rate 4 if % j

such: that I feel we will have closer

admitted: liaison on these matters with

Luis De Arms, Jr.. Ruby Futch NASA In the future. Fat Lava !
Cypress, Leon Bembry, Carol Jean SENATE PASSES MIGKA-.
The Boating Is Easy Harper Barren Wilson Clyde Eg- TOBY LABOR BOXft-flmee Payable Or Compounded Quarterly
lad newsletter the Senate
Attic Brown any
I" ley Benem, Marsha* Williams, Henry: Btllle Jr., has approved. and sent te the Your savings account insured to $10,000by

See Mildred Jones, Dewey House six bins relating te migrant '
Us NeiB.
for Comprehensive Boat Insurance. Jenaey Tompkins. Myrtle WkUen! agricultural workers.. I a permanent government agency !

Thomas J..Raves, Mamie L. Austin ee-sponsored tweet he measures Member Of Federal Home Los* Bank System
Dock Benefleld John wmUh were Introduced hy I
MaW Ij
Senator Harrison WDUams ef IIO4
Uaxham, Joyce
Drive Slow and Lire 1 j

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Mary Waldron Mallssa Hlsler, Phone 2-7111 'calf j ,
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C i ----4 : Page SiX THE Thursday CLEWISTON, July NEWS 4, J98S Clewbton, Fla. I
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;. proven-but are now in the bearing area. Other groves are being planted I s
stage on various types of soil in the

Asa Townsend bad planted 160 county. Approximately 1,000 acres
acres in citrus on lands he sold to: has been planted in the Immokalee -
,, s ," A, Duda before moving to Austra ares, some of it in Hendry
) rh lia. Duda is increasing the plantings county but most of it in Collier
H BIn Maddox planted a substantial Among the growers art Tony Ros-
1 acreage in the city of La- baugh, Sam Heath, Royals Feed

Belle three or four years ago. Ha Store.
has since sold part of it Citrus is County Agent Polhlll said the
; } 'i K being planted on some of the old citrus experts were quite impree ,,a daldYeaaasrmusr
Wellee cattte ranch lands. W. :T. ed by some four-year-old; grove
Austin is developing SOO acre along the river. "The old timer ,
north of the river near Harvard may have lacked some technical
Parkinson's. Barney Barron has knowledge about soils, fertilizer,
approximately 100 acres In groves, sprays, etc., but they learned
II through trial and error that good
( -some some new.
Bob Paul and Duke Bailey are drainage was very necessary to

,: putting in extensive groves south citrus."
tl of LaBeUe. L. J. Nobles and G. E. Polhlll said both the State of CITRUS EXPERTS TAKE A LOOK AT HENDRT COCVr .
r Fortson have a Joint venture of SO Florida and the U.S. Department growing citrus industry. Fred Lawrence, eltriealtarbt, *
P. i. 4 acres, of which they are now planting of Agriculture is doing a great deal Ford, horticulturist sod Dr. Carl Anderson, soil chemist of Dr,
t 20 and expect to continue until of research now looking for new Alfred Citrus Experiment Station, chat with Beadrr ConntTi the i
,,,' the entire tract is planted. Both citrus root stock which will be Frank Polhlll (second from right) following a day UmTtou.
have other grove as well, and I more tolerant of water and more various grove areas ef Hendry county. 4TAFF PHOTO. d
Noble is also caring for a grove resistant to foot rot
for his brother-in-law, Forrey Bur- know1-
Meanwhile, all
PLANTING A NEW CITKtJS GKOVE. -TypJ. Miller the men are setting SI acres, win* MC chard, who is in Australia with the edge of the state's experts is available render nent and the profitable final decision.one. TIme will. finish Mr.,Crochet process is and mercbu .,

eel ef the many grave plsattafs aaderway laHeadry tree to the acre; and plM to complete a 10 acre Townsend family group. Much of now for local growers and charge of vlce.pmkle1t
anti, b this tract which L. J. Nebfes. planting M the leeatloa. adjoining Highway I* the stock for these new groves are the industry Is extremely interest. tons of Rana
Jr. sad G. E. FertSMi are patting Ia Oriaade west *f LaBelle.-STAFF PHOTO.Ta.gela. grown In LaBelle in nurseries, ed in developing successful grove Crochet Talk the United States 80
Using. tray from ta LaBeDe br Earl such as those of Luther Austin on land where the climate is fa- At Beef MeetingA Corporation and has supervi
+ Harvey Dyers and Earl Miller, and vorable. Hendry county; has the extensive experiments !la beet ,
some trees are bought from out of climate and with increasing faciltiee Coordinated Beef Improvement provement through breedini I
county. drainage and with ad- Conference will be held at feeding.
I for
; Hendry County Blossoms In the central and eastern parts vances in technology] we may find Lincoln. Nebraska next month and
of the county there are SOO acres the citrus providing another stable Sidney Crochet of Clewiston will be Pollution Workshop
planted on lands which the Diamond Income producing crop without the one of the speakers.Sponsored For
J Cattle Ranch sold to a market hazards which attend vegetable Jointly by the American Industrial Men
group of absentee owners. melon and some other pr0duce. National Cattlemen's Association The Florida Pollution Coeto,
As Citrus AreaThe Walter Manky has plantings in I the American Society of Animal Association Is planning an Info
Growing the muck area 13 to 20 miles south Science and the Animal Science trial Wastes Workshop In pane,
I of Clewiston, and Harry Blumberghas Keep your eye on citrus. It maybe Department of the University, City; September 10-lj for >pern
t put in 100 acres in the lame Hendry county's next bonanza of Nebraska, the conference will be nel of Industrial mesa

The visit of three citrus expert more than there was a week ago" birthplace of the county's citrus ,_ attended by approximately 600 throughout the state.
from the Extension Service of the -and that Isn't far from right Industry. According to the county beefmakers of the nation. Intensive[ David B. Lee, director: of 4
University; of Florida point up the General opinion to that 3,000 acres agent, the quality of this fruit Is 'v study win be given to the ".uper-I State Board of Heal h'5 Bureiu <
importance of the growing citrus may not be an exaggerated figure. higher than that of the famed Indian News and Views ior" beef carcass-and how to raise, Sanitary Engineering said t
Industry in Hendry county. Dr. Why the citrus boom? For yean Btver fruit, and with an advertising three-day program would tadui
Barry Ford horticulturist, Dr. campaign to promote it, .D panel discussions and talks 011 or
ha produced
Hendry county; on .
Carl Anderson. soil chemist both 11 Its approximately BOO acre of could command premium price I of your County Agent tl- PIZZA I rent stream problems concerning sir u

of the Lake Alfred Citrus Experiment groves come of the finest quality; Plantings have spread from this A pollution.
copy of the program and
Station and Fred Lawrence
fruit in the state. But these groves area to nearby lands and finally FRANK POLHILL Klervatlon
i Sugarland information
cltriculturist of the Extension Pharmacy, may be ob
limited to the Caloosahatchee
Service at Gainesville accompan-: were and to other parts of the county.At ; YU 2 311 talned by writing Lee at P. 0
Valley area growers neverventured
I Fort Denaud are the old well-I Box 210, Jacksonville 1.
fed County Agent Frank Polhlll] on I
very far from the river THE BISTORT OF CITRUS ers were also centers of the development -
a tour of Hendry county grove, 'established grove of the Crews .
banks with their plantings. Mean Many years before man began
old and family, the Burcbards the Park
new, Thursday.The while the development of concentrates recording a formal history, the The close of the War Between
:insons, Earl Murray, Berton Poor, Oft 8M-13U
visit was evidence of the made the citrus business world' citrus industry had Its beginning The States marked the beginning
fact that citrus plantings la Hen- more stable and lucrative than Wayne Vaughn Alto Hire*, Harvey somewhere in tropical of a rapid development of FlorIda I R... VI 8-26M
Dyess. Edgar Willis,-to name
dry county: ; at the/ present time. ever, so when the freezes of '87- southeastern Asia. Thousands of citrus. In 1888, the crop reachedfor
and bounds. Four yean ago there '58 damaged grove In the central some that come quickly: ; to mind. I' years later moving a single slow the first time volume of one
,', wen 500 acres of citrus when the part of the state, all growers turned Some of these: growers are plantlog step at a time, it w.. carried to million boxes Production: ,, bad
l m Bureau of Plant Industry made its their thoughts to rJ "*'"gf far additional acreage now. India and to Persia and finally to reached five million: boxes when Thurmond
Ir'' routing "tree count". Less than a ther south to escape the freeze And growers are spreading out northern Africa! and southern the freeze of 1894-03 wrecked the W. Knight
year ago another "tree count" reported area. The fine fruit in Hendry and testing new areas for citru Europe. Greek history and mytho Industry. By the next season the
2,000 acres, and we are county; came through these freezes I Results cannot bo obtained in one I Jon proves this ancient civilization volume was only 150,000 boxes. In "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"
still planting. unscathed. season, for a citrus test<< la a mat !knew the citrus fruit before 1880, reclamation of the graves
No one know the act number Fort Denaud the oldest community ter of :yean, and some of the' the birth of Christ was baited again by another rhurmond Inlght Beaky. Inc erncEiB :
of acre. In citrus groves in Hen- In Hendry county; In the groves on flatwoods soil, which In 1403. on his second: trip to the freeze. The northeastern section of *: HtI8, Rhlertl Bmefe 2010 Avenue I
I have heretofore been considered New( World Columbus brought "" ... P..IR... a ..I...... RMra Beach
dry county that the present time- 'I beautiful area north and south of several the state was finished as an area .
everyone Just says, "WeU, there' the Caloosahatchee: River la the marginal for citrus, .are ,not yet .varieties, of. citrus .to Haiti. of citrus and the Industry moved
ThIs was the beginning of Florida'. south. '
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rise to the peak of the citrus In- For
many years the main citrus
; dustry. groves were located la Central
This industry had a beginning In Florida where they escaped the
Florida about 1578 near St. Augustine severe freezes. Then came the .
first settlement in this freeze of 1957-58 which took a !
First Bank Of Clewiston"Pioneer country. Wherever Spanish settlements heavy toll of the states citrus and\
were made citrus plantingssoon the freeze of 1982 was almost disastrous .
appeared. In Florida the Indian to the industry. The leading -
carried orange with them citrus growers again looked
and dropped seeds in the heavily farther south for grove lands lip FOR LETTER '
.i Bank in
forested areas. I. order to reduce freeze damage,
.ir By 1800, there were numerous And so, the trek to the south only
groves planted by the Spaniards follows a pattern established in Increase, weed killing Power of HerfclcUef.baton .
and many other settlers, centering the citrus industry since its beginning
teat Abearptton ol Weed Ifflers.BeduceSvirfctce .
around St Augustine, Tampa Bay In 1379. This movementto
Statement of Condition June 30, 1963 and along the St Johns River. the south, however, involved Teased Weed I1J1IDq Sprays
-Shortly after Florida was an- use of land never before considered
nexed by the United State, settlere suitable for citrus; both from ACTUALLY MAZES WATER WITTEHI
from the north rapidly expandedthe the standpoint of poor drainage
% RESOURCES grove and the growers beanIhJpp1nJ and Inherent low fertility, and awe Xtenderl J !is a Surface Active Agent to be used will

\ fruit commercially by can say that many of these all Translocation type Herbicides each as 2. "D, % .4
Cash and \ i boat to northern cities. Some of plantings are experimental It will
due from Banks II 'S 430600.87
this fruit came from wild trees be many ;yean before we know 5-T, Dalapon, Karma and Telvar. By reducing tie

U.S. Government Obligations . 4069616.78 Town from: seeds scattered by the whether or not they will be pro interfacial tension and
and wax
r < JndIaDi.A fitable Bolubilizing oil,like
State, County & Municipal Bond .' 384283.78 I like
I severe freeze In 1833 was the The research facilities of both substances b the plant ,Xtender; increases theeffectivenese'of

Loans and Discounts: first Indication of a change to be the state experimental 1II and herbicides and often allows less material
made In the in :nor-
Less Valuation Reserve ., ." .$ > 36,185.10 $1,521,686.45 Industry :work industry are hard at
II .ida After this freeze, plantings trying to solve these probeJemt. to be used for control of grasses and weeds-

; Bank Premises & Equipment ,, . 83,077.74 were scattered. along the waterways If they are successful In finding
of the state for easy accessto ways and mean to adequately
Other Assets . ,. . . 18544.79 transportation. Rivers aud lakes provide water control on these SUGARLAND CHEMICALS COMPANYPhone
were main channels of commerce soils, and If they can find rootstocks -
and the seacoast regions became more adapted to these con- 996-5551 900 NW 12th Street
$6,507,810.41 the center of the citrus industry
a ditions then this latest move to
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Income Collected. Unearned ". : 61140.82. '! I "" HI 1'.1'{ 1 dl I'do.f! I..

Reserve f for Taxes .,, : J." '""Q,1 \.,; ,, '.i! 33,056.64Capital -- Cane Growers and, Ranchers
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Clark of the Circuit Court In and I held at the office of the district'
for Hendiy County Florid to t.flftor at CUwlaton. HenoTy Count FlorIda
the Mid of CUwliton. 011 Thursday July IS. IKS, at ,a\
PHONE YUkon name on
i .Ri BLUM A SONS PLASTERINGVery Co., Ino.. under the provisions of 1:10: clonk In the afternoon. Bast i;'
FORBOTfLED WALDRON'S ; i l.E E,$ 1 t CLASSIFIED RATES: Four cents Best Work Chapter SOttl, laws of Florida, Acts ern Standard Time, for the Purpose ; '1
sEE us .1 per word per insertion. 70 cents We Save You of 1(41. oft!
GAS minimum charge: tour Insertionsfor Mone JERRY: L. RAINEY I. Electing one Supervisor
MEATS AND GROCERIES: the price of three. Pattering Simulated Stone W>HDELX, U RAINET I. Receiving. annual report '
CN red and action with r
LIKE Stucco Free Estimate / taking
NEW ) v
:Appliances CBS house priced June I.T.-hl 4 11. II. 11(1 respect thereto a* the
Open 7 AJt $ pjj. for quick sated! With S-SWt) lots. FOK RENT-FurnIshed cabins and Licensed and Insured landowner* may deter
-: 3 23 Years In Business mine, and
; bedroom 2
l large tile
Sales Mod trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp .. Transacting such other
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK: era kitchen built in range, Birch YU 2-1181. tic 5850: Lora Street NOTICIOr ANNUAL MCRTIMO' Or business a* may come bo
cabinets. Fort Myers Fla. tic fore the meetlnrBOARD
POWER For Your Spur of Moment Picnics dining room. Carporte. Close to FOR RENT 2 and 3 room fur- ED: 7-0171 or OX 4-287 Nonce I U hereby given that, pursuant CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT
Clewiston nlshed apartment. Phone to call of the Board of Supervisors ,
Four Elementary school and 21271.Uc KENTUCKY HOME of Clewlaton Drainage OHtrlet. By W. C. Prowltt .
Miles East of ahoppln. Luther the annual
dewistoo Jones Realtor meeting of the President
Ruby Kirk MUTUAL LIFE INS. Landowner of Clewlaton. Darlnar CNKI
COLLECT Bare Beach Phone WY associate 64338 Belle Glade. FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer One of the soundest in the District for the year IMS. will boHarlem June IT and July 4, lit ,
CALL or WY 02969evenings. spaces. Royal Palm Trailer
South 1381 WY 1-1521 tic Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic country Service I JAt

MAt ESTATE FOR RENT-Bedroom with private Sybil Cecil NewsEvents

Attention CattlemenNow 842 W. O'BISPO. Unfinished steel )bath. Phone 2-6881. W. E 342 W. Sagamore) Ave. I

WANTED! masonry house. Will sell as Is Bailey. tie July 4p I

to the Urn. to consolidate tions.or complete to buyers specifica and News Of Our Colored Community
rear debts with LET US-Spray :your home for any
CustomersNO a long tern farm MRS. JANE S. GAJADHA '
NORnISIDE-5 Colored News Editor
ton, low Interest bedroom frame, kind of pests. All work guaran
rates. with 110.000. fIiscRllaneoisforSale) ; !4
teed. Star Pest Control. R. D. Phone YU 2-7651 ,;

Federal Land NORnISIDE bedroom frame' Nobles, local service representa THOUGHTS FOB THE Johnson
BankSee 9000. is a graduate of Harlem "
Box SOS Clewis.
P. O.
ACREAGE as available. FOURTH OF JULY Academy and presently. residing
er Write 5 ACRES NEW FOR SALE Wedding gown BaV ton. Jump Left be thankful In Philadelphia Pa., where she is ,;t!'
erina length. Size 15. $25.00. Call
W. B. MAT bath frame home. Hardwood YU 24121. ATTENTIONProspective Thankful for the glory of the Red attending business college

& Pridgen Boa 686 Waleaid floors. Julyllp White and Blue Miss VerneU Johnson a graduate -
Jordan Bonding home buyers (or I
Brsdentool1ottdsEVINRUDE 325 FHA HOMES in Broward Palm FOR SALE 1964 Chevrolet Con.tact For the Spirit of America that still of Harlem Academy is spend-
STATION I commercial) I am seeking employment ,
jnzs( Beach and Dade counties, various Bob Oveholt, Jr., YU is staunch and true big her vacation In Clewiiton. with
sizes and prices. Small cash 1-5641. Jul25c can save you many For the laughter of our children her parents and faintly Miss Johnson ,
BENDat' COUNT payment. can handle planning Iran procedures and the sunlight In their eyes is studying business educationIn ;' I

Itle & Abstract Co.Ultractl'I'I&Ie FOR RENT Efficiencies and FOR 'SALE-21" portable TV it I Write and George complete Kendall construction.Box: TM.Clewiston I And the Joy of radiant mothers. Philadelphia Pa., '
W1ll'aJKler houses as available. good condition. Pohne YU 24653. tie and their evening lullabies. Lawrence Payne and Jim Payne
Fla. i j'
Over JulUc i of Philadelphia and Meredian.
IIO Btuorr.pIaer vacant lots to select And thankful that our harvests
DQIIoatlqJrdrI Sales from for an purposes Various FOR SALE 1961 I SINGER SEWING MACHINE wear no taint of blood today Miss, are the guests of their nephew '''t
\ II& cad ?ark A... ServiceNew prices jtrms.INVESTMENT. Metropolitan I representative will be at Old- But were sown and reaped by toll- Joe and Eugene Payne and ,(,,
."' r. O. Bex MlOlsage : AND INCOME one owner car Actual mileage dens Furniture' Store each Friday. ere who of heart their families in dewistoa. ",'
and Used Meters 11,000 miles. Ideal for second were light
.42.1 PROPERTY: car For parts sales, service stop in and gay.Thankful Miss Josle BOM left the city for
. Uarbie Hardware B60 Call YU 8-1861 after 6 o'clock: call YU 24721. tic
ent RENTAL. Recent or Washington D.C. ,where she
for HomePtdeutc Parts sad Accessories CBS July 4 o her with her fath
construction 125,000. for the riches that art spend vacation .'
a IBS MIAMI aEUJ.D Marine Safety EqnlpaeitPhone LONG TERM low interest farm FOR SALE 1-ton air conditioner ours to claim and keep er. Miss Boie was a member of

tad of Atlantic and Token 2-M11 cane, grove and ranch mortgages $65.00; 12-it. aluminum Elgin boat lOSlFOUND ; I The. joy of honest labor and the the 1963 graduating class of Harlem. ,!.

Bobby R. E. WALDRON minimum 150.000. and 7ft\ Evinruda motor $20000 Boon to nappy sleep Academy.
Giddens LISTINGS NEEDED: Mr. and Mrs Richard
Call 195S Pathfinder House Trailer 23 For each little family. circle where Tuggleswere
J. M. LANEFOEDReg. It modern there is no empty chair guests In Clewiston over the ,
TO i-im with bath. Reasonable. LOST Brown Boxer with white
Beal 1
530 East Estate Broker May be seen at. 313 Comtnerclo.. stripe down middle of face. Save where God tae sent the tor. put weekend They visited Mr.

1t Tampa Tribune Fire, Auto Sugarland and General Highway Phone Yt1 2-3091. tfc weighs 65 or 70 pounds. Silver bear row. for the loving hearts to daughter and Mrs. Judith Thurston Gale Hilton Hilton. and

... Insurance FOR 8ALE-1960 16-ft Owens fiberglass chain around neck with both city And thankful for the loyal souls Mr. and Mrs. Willie McCoy and .}.
and rabies tag. to name
Ft MyenNewaPreu devistnn Fla. Ph. YU 2-2U1 i boat with 80 hp Mercuryelectric of Champ. Call YU 2-7841 or YU and brave hearts of the part' family. returned Monday after a

DEMAND GREATER THAN motor with alternator and Silo Who bullded that thirteen days vacation. Among the ., '
: EVER for houses bust trailer. Brand new windshield and should be with us CODtentmtnt'l places they visited was Greenville,
Home DeliveryW. nesses. Wt have customers walt top. Motor has less than 100 hours Ala., Dayton and Cincinnati Ohio,

a CAMPBELL Inf. List your property with us. running time. Can be seen at 721 PUBLIC NOTICE Thankful for the plenty that our Homestead and Pittsburgh Pa.

I Phone 2-2791 J. E. Belrdl1e,. Ph. YU 3-7501.: Cortex. Phone YU 8-7151 or YU pe.celu11aDd has blessed They visited Mrs McCoy's sisters
tin 32571. tic For the rking sun that beckonsevery sad. brother In Greenville and!

Ilf' TUB COUNT JtlDOBTS COURT man to do his best Dayton. Mr. McCoy visited his sisters
HATHCOCK'SAUTO FOR SALE 3500 acres muck SPECIAL OITJCR-+pIec. rattan HBNDRr COUNT. STATB OS For :the goal that lies before him in Homestead and Greenville

land on county road all or part. suite dark finish, gold floral VLOBIDA Estate of and the promise when he sows and brothers In Cincinnati and
SALES SERVICE Attractive terms. Sun Coast Realty zippered washable covers, LOIS CANDACB WRITTEN hat his hand shall reap the harvest Pittsburgh. Throughout the vacation

RESTAURANT SERVICE Boynton Beach Fla. P. O. Box team rubber cushions. $15950, STATE Or Pcoaaiad.THB FLORIDA.. TO undisturbed by cruel foes. I they visited many relativesand
STATION 1102. Phone 7320005. July 18p financing available Van Coth.ern'l ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN For the flaming torch of justice friends and returned home to
Clewlsfoa News Custom Furniture and Up :HR ESTATE or SAID DECB- symbolizing u it burns say they enjoyed their short but
holstery. Jul 18c
-- You are hereby notified that a Here none may rob the toiler of wonderful vacation.

Peeae nJutl W. cover Close NEW: SUPPLY OF SCRATCH.PADS written instrument_. ,puporttnf to he the prize he fairly. earns. I
fOR RENT, the Lit will ana Teitamentaid or
are read,. News office. decedent hae been admitted to CHURCH NEWS

-Be Wise Advertise in The probate la aald Court Today our thanks we're giving Friendship Baptist
-' tJews1< -- .ALtTMAKES USEDTVSETS I You sea h.... '_lIIm.....-wWha -for .* .' "h
e'x' calendar monthe from the the riches thaf are our ae.. o. D: William, Pastor '
FOR RENT Large modern bedroom :. Guaranteed. $19.95 down,, $14.04 I date of tho first publication of this For the red fruits of the orchard The Junior Choir accompanied
kitchen utilities telephoneand per. month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. : how notice to oau.appear.. If In any laid' you court' oan and, and the perfume of the flowers the pastor to Lake Placid Sunday

TV privileges Phone 24191 YU 2-7151. arc why the action of laid Court In admitting For our homes with laughter ringing afternoon where they attended the

evening tic FOR SALE 1959 Volkswagen not stand sold unrevoked.Will to probate should and our hearthfires blaring No. 1 Congress, that was held at

MODEL HOMESOlympia Camper in real good condition BROWARD N. PARSONS bright the Shllo Baptist Church, Rev.
FOR RENT Small furnish County Judge For our land of and Floyd
27,000 miles. Phone YU 2-2891. Uc Hendry County Florida peace plenty I Keys, pastor
apartment available July 1st
SEAL) and our land of truth and right
613 E. Trinidad. Phone YU 2otU3.Itc. FOR SALE Farrakeets, $200 First Publication June It lilt And we're thankful for the gloryof New Bethel AME

and Alverdez Avenues :. up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds uno"lV 10. 17. July 4, till I the Red White and Blue Rev. L. Holmes Pastor

FOR RENT Small furnished monkeys, cages, supplies. For the spirit of our fathers and Sunday School 9.30
New 2 or 3 Bedroom Homes from Pet boarding. Thompson Wild :
OF THB COUNTY a manhood that is true. '
house Call YU 2-6881. Ju125c Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- nr JUUOH.' HBNDRY COUNTY' I Morning Worship 10:55
1236. FLORIDAIN Evening Worship 7:00: p.m.
FOR RENT Bedroom private tfc PROBATE CONVENTION NOTES Class Meeting, Tuesday night

350 DOWNApprox. bath and private entrance. Gentleman FOR SALE Payroll envelopes In Re-: Estate of WHITTEN The annual district convention ofthe Rehearsals for choirs Wednesday 1,1\\
only. 308 E. Circle Drive printed with form for social security Deceased Sunday School, Allen Christian and Thursday nights.

Phone YU 3-2801. tic withholding and other deluctloni. > CLAIMS TO ALL OR PEROt4e DEMANDS. AG.uN'TlAID HAYING Endeavor League and Women's You and your friends are cord-

Month FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex Box of 500. Clewiston ESTATE: lisslonary Society: of the West tally invited to worship with us at
$70. Per Jews Office. You and each of you are herbynotified Palm Beach District, South Fist.Ida all services
apartment. Unfurnished. May be and required any
claims and demand which you, or Conference of the African
seen after 6 p.m., 512 South Atlantic -
either of you may hare against the Methodist Episcopal Church was HOSUITAL NOTES .
Built by Kendall Construction Co. Ave. tic atato of LOIS CANDACK WHIT- held at the Saint Paul AME Church
miscellaneous UJanfedWAITRESS TEN. deceased, late of laid: Count Colored admitted:
to the County Judgof Uondrylounty at; Delray Beach FlorldaJunel9- Michael Crones, Tanner Lewis
Welt: Palm JU 5-1771 Florida at his office I In the 20. Rev. J. D. Edwards .
Beach Phone court house of laid County at La pa.tor.'lb. Elarge Poke Alvin Douglas Moore
Real Estate lelle, Florida, within ilx calendar Right Reverend William F.Ball Laulalana Staitworth, Collie Gre...
WANTED-Apply. in months from the time of the tint 1
Shown by appointment, call Canebrake Restauranttfo publication of this notluo. Two oop- DD LLD presiding Bishop, vlll, dev Herbert Charles Tar-
person. I.. of each claim or demand shall The Reverend A. A. Williams BD ver Robert Mathls.

J. E. Beardsley Sales Agent place be: In of writing residence. and and ihall post state office the residing Elder.Delegates Colored remaining: I '
address of the claimant, end ehall from New Bethel AME Felton McGee Frankie Johnson
be sworn to by the claimant >(.nt, lewtiton attending were: Rev.L. .
dewiston Phone YU 2-7501 and accompanied by fll- Holmes, Tanner Lewis Charles L.
gfl' attorney
Services :
Business $ or demand one dollar sh.llch:ovoid Holmes pastor Mrs. Grace Coins Tanner Collie GrUwell Robert

-t eo fll.d representing the missionary Mathls Johnnie Mae Williams,
; : / A./ /executor of the Loll department, and Gwendolyn. Patrick Louisiana Stalworth: Elarge Poke,
Will and Testament of I and Lurena Black from the
Alvin Douglas
Moore Floyd Davis.
el. Cheap prices Ditch cutting Deceased Sunday School. Il.
II, 11(1.
; hedge trimming. Call Mark Clark CN Fast..Uluae publication
Now Availablein tb; olJuly or Mickey Williams. YU 2-3211 or I U. .., IT. July 4, U'" PERSONAL MENTIONMr. Hilton's Grocery

Specials YU 3-1271.. Jul 25?; nvrlOB V? rK/KTiow"" / TO : and Mrs William Owens
REOISTKR FICTITIOUS IU.... and family have returned from a Groceries Fresh Meats I! '
the NEED A WEDDING BIRTHDAY The undersigned does hereby certify wonderful vacation with relatives VegetablesCold l' .
SHOWER CITTT See Rachel Oil that Retail they are and conducting Wholesale a buel-Gasand and friends. They were the guestsof :Drinks Essential Items f;

Padgett your TUPPERWARE ness at Clewiiton. Florida under the relatives In Athens Ga.. the We Appreciate Your, PatronageMr. .'1
dealer. A member of your community fictitious name of Clewliton Oil I Co, sad Mrs. Thmtea Bute
I eompoiedf house guest of Mrs. Hattie Gunn *
Inc and that said I firm la s"
fj -etrving your community. whose Proprietors I,
LOANS the following persons mother of Mrs. Gwen Baltimore
Phone YU 31941. Julyllp names and placea of realdenco areas
follow: Md., and their lODe Earl Davis

SLIP COVERS and drapes Custom Ul.I'iL.RI'J' Js. Ocean City Md.

Residential made. Complete line of eel East Sufarland Hwy, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cox: are Willie'
CB.S. drapery and slip cover fabrics. Clewleton, Florida. delighted to have as their houseguest '

3 large bedroom. 2 huge Free estimates. Call YU J.I831.1Vln Inc Ownership, li ai follow of Clewlitoo Oil (X Mr. Randolph Garnish, their Shoe Shine Stand

Farms tOe baths 20 x 30 Living Cothern'i Custom Furnitureand Jerry L. Ralney uncle from Brooklyn N.Y. Give.your shoes that shine)
room and Florida room plus Upholstery, tic I Mardell I* our Intention L. Ralney.It to apply to tho William Swift is spending his smfle.
carporte. On 3 lotf. 11500. vacation In Macon Gai with rela- Alabama Street Harlem I
cash handle Balance) financed lives and friends. He 1* the hone Mr. WUM. L. Twnr, .....,.. ** '

Commercial with low monthly Let Us pelt of Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Day"

payments. it and family.

Rev. Otis Dudley Is spending Ms JULIA'SBEAUTY

Ranches e 2 bedroom frame on 100' Air ConditionYour vacation In Pave Ga. He was accompanied -

lot Completely. furnished. on his trip by the Edmund NOOK I
Move In this lovely. North- children. For That New Look
side horn with only small Ttottnf Styling Citttag "
lisa Angelina Johnson: 1 11 the .
MORTGAGE INSURANCESee down payment Nothing else- Car Ne AppotntaeBfa.Friday .
bow guest of her aunt, Mrs Tarn- aa4 Satarelay
to buy TV even foes with ft.C IDle Johnson and her ....r.. Miss Mfe/alla .alas'"""""tar I

60 acres of beautiful pasture $299.95installed I I
or Call fenced ditches and planted I

In good If..... Three miles
from town. Priced to cell in your car


Frank Denmead Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies I

Real Estate Broker 1
Phon. 9244660PAHOXE&nJL Beffctered
at TV 2-3121 Cold Drinks Clewiston News i 'J 1 I '

er the foHowlaf Associates BECK MOTORSPhone I r'

B pn.ectla4Wllmoth JCANITA TU 2-1361 JOHNSON Other Items t

& Auodat CARROLL L. BENSON For Information Call YU 2-7651: "'I i i.I
Wertiti! A... Palm 3.ad. I1cL TU2-im YU 3-1301 .I, tii

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Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWSThursday dewiston FlaI telephone number and his 10 lear. ago, I heoUeet
j I'I'I I Army serial number la World when I IIet
I July 4, 1963 was a Young .
1 I I War I on a piece of cardboard I had to caD off eleeuo."IIIe,
frame It and set It on week fens It son
EN the maotleplece in the parlor. account of wa5 Ie

Director Explains :, Ed allowed as how, now that we broke In the ItIlDebod
Safes as. was running this country by the stole the ream s. cot

I 1 Ed numbers, his mantleptece decera- Incidental Zeke Is a
tion would give him status in the on affair at the auth,
i Residents not a community and also come in and he announced national
i Tax Changes to new Dan Prfs1dent _
my to handy fer quick reference. And Incase nedy has hit a brick waU YiltJa
.... his house might burn down, octal medicine program ilia
Ed said he was going to jot down aged. Zeke for tile
made tennis, swimming, and and cents for the period I his i iemerenC1 advised ioU
Summary of changes b1' yachting lars fifty FIor.'M the cumbers on his. shirt tall for avoid needing to fo1ta b
the 1963 Legislature in expandln boating facilities. of delinquency occurring: in the who use. He claimed that I tal afore the git in the hospi
the 3 per cent safes and use tax Civic, fraternal and religious first three months of the license the. : next genera elecyq
attack In
nuclear hecouldn't
next t to a 1964. But Ed
and other revenue sources hit clubs and organizations are excluded year, and an additional two dollars at told Zeke lie
flgger nothing nowadaysworse needn't be
I been prepared by J. Ed Straughn, from this provision. and fifty cents for each additional : night counting on this item h
than sitting caught 10 mile 1964. On
director of the Florida Revenue On er after December I*. three months period, or traction an; account of Ed bolo( s
Ii from home without numbers.Zeke Abe LIncoln
I : Commission. The Commission and 163, the Ux will be Imposed of dellquency thereafter. I Post Grubb reported your he had saw I porting Rockefeller Republican, h. .y aup.
the tax change became effective en admissions of all athletic The Legislature extended the weeks or Goldwater
: In the where Senator Tal- fee 1964 and he
I: July 1.Straughn. event of high schools Junior period to file application for a refund Zip papers said he aia't
of Georgia trying to git where either
'' said there have been colleges and other Institutions from 18 months to three In madge was one of them has Z
i':r a bill passed to clean up electionsin out fer social
misconceptions relative to the application of higher education. Elementary years from the date the payment i EdI- medicine
the cities like New York and
of sales and use tax onrepairs I ', junior high schools, deaf is made into the state treasury hood of big Isaae Cornfodder, that k
Some of rural Congressmen
Chicago our
to tangible personal prop and blind schools and slate dur our authority on matters\ It
it had otto
erty.; A tax was applied to labor correctional Institutions are he was claiming the international level, nportn'

performed in the repairs, installation exempt JUNE 30 REPORTOF : with the didn't place make in,the big difference cities whereit bow ed he had saw where Cask

and maintenance of tangible A three per cent admission tax cost the no was having an burglars .h
the voted the ,politicians
personal property, not real property will be charged on races and other of people Cuba shot What was ponCaU
events the State stole it the way they wanted it togo the fellers
he explained. regulated by was where Clio
Repairmen-dealers are require Racing Commission. The current LOCAL BANKThe ices Personal Mister Editor. Ire ever leaned It was WhIr

by the amended law to collect: and tax imposed Will excluded from his I dolt think human nature to steal

remit tax on the total selling price, the base price against which the statement of the conditionof his In these matters is any worse Yours truly

which now includes both parts and sak tax is now applied. the First Bank of dewlston al, out : his or any better than they was Uncle Du

labor. The amendment to the law provides the close of business June 30 1963' -

The section of the act dealing for a tax on the rental of shows the growth and progress of
with transient rentab was changed motion picture film except the ren- this Institution which lists assetsof : :

f to Include duplex apartments tal of motion picture film wherean 16.507,SIO.n. TOTAL PERFORMANCE!

i Apartments containing three or admission is charged for viewIng During the six months period

more family units were covered the film. since last statement was issued
previously The sales tax was removed from the bank has increased its surplus rf

The period of tax coverage was the cost of funerals, but the law $25,000. and has added $6,000 to
extended from 6 to 12 months for was amended to require funeral its undivided pr flta. The bank has

I ; a tenant staying at any one*hotel, directors to pay tax on all tangible loans and discounts of $1,521,686,

apartment house, rooming house, personal property used in connection and deposits of $5,913.612. The
tourist or trailer camp. with their services. I deposits dropped during the six

Straughn said there were two Changes in the law regarding monJi: period from $5,944,96668;

limitations provided. One state motor vehicles and farm machinery the drop may be attributed to the

that any person who, on the effective and equipment require two per change from the. peak business season -
date of the act, shall have resided cent tax on sale of motor vehicles; at which the year end reportwas

continuously for six month three per cent on the rental price made and the middle of the

at any one place shall be deemedto of motor vehicles, removing any summer business slowdown at
qualify for the'exemption lit exemption on motor vehicles purchased which the current report was 6 w y

forth In the act, co long as thai for exclusive rental; two made. The bank premises and

person shall continue to reside at per cent tax on self-propelled or equipment is valued at $83,077.74
the same place. 'power drawn farm equipmentused The First Bank of Clewlston is

The other limitation providesthat exclusively by a farmer, and the oldest bank In the Everglades

no tax shall be imposed on three per cent on other machinery, Elbert L. Stewart is president of

rooms provided guests where there equipment and tools. the bank; C. V. Parkinson is chair

.IM no consideration involved between The present exemption to man of the board. John S. Cottrell g

the guest and the public farmers on seeds feeds fen is vice president and A. L. Moor

lodging establishmentIn tubers and insecticide continues man, Jr is vice president and
the area of admissions, the unchanged.The cashier.:
law was expanded to Include viewing tax limitations on industrial During the six month period

or participating in all types of machines, equipment, parts and Hendry county gained a second

'! amusement, sport or recreation, accessories was raised from 81,- bank. On April 2nd, the Hendry
show, game or exhibition, IncludIng 000 to ",000 on each single tran- bounty Bank opened) for businessIn

green fees and dues paid to .action.A LaBelle. Its report on June 30th

'. private clubs providing recreational three per cent tax was imposed showed deposits of $664,28843;

.+, facilities. Such facilities shall on gasoline and other fuels loans and discounts of $$123,637,
include, but not be limited to golf, old in Florida tor use by aeronautical and total assets of $$866,309. -
i' devices and railroads. The K. J. Curtis is president of the *- _V

tax shall be prorated_.based, on Hendry County Bank; W. B..Bar- .
i mileage traveled In Florida to total ron is chairman of the' board "of

; e mileage traveled where used by directors. W. E. Dlckson is vice V

n common carriers in interstate and president and cashier. Directorsare # s9

foreign commerce. Motor trucks H. S. Parkinson, R. L. Yoe- t

{ 0 already pay the 7c tax on gasoline mans, Jr., Dennis Small and L.J.
and diesel fuel. Nobles, Jr
k.f School books used in Junior

} Thurj, July t. Open 3:30: P.M. colleges and institutions of

Continuous hither learning were brought Get Birth CertificateFor

Fri., July S under the tax

A three per cent tax, subject to -V -VGIJU'a.a
"The Young Racers"See First Graders
proration based on mileage on all FOR QAUWIf 800/XL *PORT HARDTOP
the. Grand Prix car racers vehicles and parts thereof used in KNOW WHY
In color. Where its death each Florida by interstate common carters -' JACKSONVILLE The State

ti day. and subject to a $ ,OOO limit i Board of Health today urged parents FORD SWEPT THE FIRST
who to
have children starting
i atlon
was approved. It applies to
Sat, July 8 airlines, railroads and truckling school this fall to obtain birth certificates FIVE PLACES AT
concerns. All other purchases, immediately YOUR'63 FORD IS STILL GOING STRONG YEAR AFTER YEAR
"Mothra"The Everett H. Williams Jr. director
hover .
are fully taxable.A
/ of the board's Bureau of Vital Daytona's big, banked oval puts unbelievable
mightiest monster in all five per cent tax was stresses and control and road-clinging suspension can win that's what
.' creation. placed at the wholesale level Statistics, said "We have the same strains on engines, steering gears and frames The Fords that we mean by total performance.
number of employee the year won at Daytona took all the punishment this famous track
on all fig hunting,
campIng round. Right now we're processingabout could dish out over 500 miles of grueling competition Visit your Ford Dealer before you buy any other new car)
,. "Girls. Girl. Girl." swimming and diving 300 birth certificates a day. out missing a beat withHere'what you'll find:a new kind of total-car: durability,a new'
equipment, unless specifically
ELVIS PRESLEYEnjoy If the past is any indication, manyparents kind of handling ability, suspension that Is startlingly smooth
exempted. This that In this toughest of all stock ,
mess car events mechanical
failures sticks the lately
The Fun will wait until August to yet to road like tar. If you haven't driven one
retaU dealers whe cannot make requests and since we can claimed over fifty per cent of the starting field. But of twelve you can't really know what a new Ford Is like.Remember,tt Kt
show the tax has been paid to Fords entered nine went the distance.
Sun. Mon.. .Tues., July 7-8 -9 a registered wholesale dealerare handle only so many a day, any first ten places. Ford took six of the built/ by Ford, Kt built lot performance... Mil-performance/
ast-minute rush is almost boundto

"Nutty Protestor"Its at retailer's required to cost accrue and the pay tax It cause inconveniences."Your Five-hundred-mile events like Daytona are a public demon solid silent SUPER TORQUEFMM }\

for laughs with Les Brown directly to the state. child could miss an entire of' toughness, reliability and sheer engineering excel- '
!p and his band Interstate sales of these items year of school unless a birth lence that are part of the new generation of Fords.A test like 10A sown IMC tram certificate is obtained in time. Wean this can't be duplicated on anybody's testing grounds-it's IO'UIOASU
by> Florida wholesalers for redistribution run 0'
or retail tales in other give fast service now but later right out In the open. Any car can enter. But only the car that C@)7 F R

tales are not taxable to Florida be during slow" any rush the service will has the best total combination of strength, balance, precision IOTOI COII/'MY. J

under this provision. Deliveries
Application for a certified copy
H'iH must be interstate common carrier must Include the full name of the
the U.S. malls or by the In-
'iimEVERY child; the full name of the father; HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS
I tate dealer, who must provide the full maiden name of the mother INC
proof of delivery outride: this state.
; the day, month, year, city; and
: Susrarland Highway
Retail store operators face a
of birth whether the child Ro'
!, ] stiffer penalty U they are delln- county ; CJ w .ton.
\ in the is male or female; and the child'srace
I quent in obtaining licenses. The
The original birth certificate
Revenue Commission is authorizedto
i ROOM number should be included U pos
v collect in addition to thj) amount
sible. If the child was born in another
of tax due, a penalty; of two dol-
you .....111 _' state, the certificate must be
--- r
I obtained from that state. Complete Line Of
Decorate 1 A full photo copy or a wallet-

sized card encased in plastic maybe

) i obtained. The type wanted Building Material l

: today BOWLforCOOL.fun should be specified. A fee of one _
dollar for each copy or card must
accompany the application. Application
j i forms may be obtained at 4.. Y .
and Girls :
laOt-LATEX Boys
county health departments but, a l;

1111JU1OC.....''n..LATU".111, Special Daytime Prices letter will be adequate if it contains '1 FOR LARGE OR SMALL
all the above information. !
= :::
.. = that be- :
The board also suggests
.... ..., ... I CONCRETE RADIO
I .......... Glades Bowling Lanes fore starting the first grade the JOBS, OUR
Ii child have basic immunizations i1rk
l $ 98 :.:\
I, i Rode 80 South diphtheria, lockjaw: whooping CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL

: GAL cough, smallpox and polio.


f I t FREE Edward'sPlumbing :i..V w M AND EFFICIENTLY.

],ot -- ll r
I you RepairReplacements .

''fII Repair

t 11STO$6. Boats Guides Gas lea INSTALLATIONS

Fishing Tackle Supplies TROUBLE SHOOTING Hare Lumber

AI Fuller'sCountry Johnson'sFishing Call YU 2-6711 Ready Mix, Inc.

Store 325 E. Ventura Call YUkon '.2-4411
Clewlston St.CJewiatoDPage
dewlstoa Phone W S-S2S1 Haiti