The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Bargain Festival Opens Here Friday

rhe6 Clewiston- News Bargain Clewiston Festival Merchants to Give

2 Sections 16 Pages

81 CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1963 Return.Postage Guaranteed. See. 349.3. P.M. -.Subscription 4.00 :year Free Nassau Tripo

I Cane Lafjtor Needs Among ProblemsFor 'I

For Two
FIC's Farm Labor Conference Monday

Problems facing Florida farmers Labor Program." He will be follow Clewlston'a long awaited Bargain Festival gets underway
and growers wU \be discussed by ed at 9:30: arm by Gov. Farrla
tomorrow Friday Aug. 2nd and will continue through Saturdayand
several south' executive assistant James
authorities feats Bryant's
Monday August 3rd and 5th under the auspices of the
eastern.states when the tenth an- (Jimmy) Kynes, who will deliver
Chamber of Commerce's Merchants committee.The .
nual Florida Farm Labor Conference the keynote address.At .

meets July 25-26 at the Se- 10:20 a m,, Frank Potter, director gigantic sale will be climaxed with a drawing Monday t

ville Hotel, Miami Beach, sponsored of Farm Labor Services, night at which time, numerous door prizes will be awarded Including I

by the Florida Industrial Bureau of Employment Security: a free trip to Nassau for two. Richard Baker, presidentof I
Commission. Many farmers and Washington, D. c., will address the
the Chamber and in charge of the drawing arrangements I
growers will attend this meeting. conferees; and John E. Aldrldge
drawn 7:00 will be
'" has announced that the first name at : pm. I
FIG Ch.frma1'* Worley will Brown chairman of the Mississippi Industrial placed in an, envelope and sealed, with the name of the grand I
said program enlighten Commission will speak at. '
d1 1 the users of farm labor 10:45 a m. on the subject "Public prize :winner to be announced after the other door prizes have w I'

stress the values of) the Florida Service." Secretary of State Tom been given away.Participating I

State Employment Service and Adams will be the banquet spanker merchants have1. Thor ,Lawn Sprinkler; Bill Nor

bring many problems into focus. at I p.m. July 25 with John L. contributed a very attractive list man's Western Auto Store Tire; '

Brown said tb4 total number of Boyles, executive assistant of the I of door prizes to be given away at The ClewUton News,.a Cabinet of I''

migratory farm laborers in 1962 Industrial Commission, as Master the drawing and they include a Personalized Stationery; and The ..i

amounted to sotto' 85,000 men and of Ceremonies. Ralph Moss, FIC'I lawn cart end rake by Corbin Sport Shop a Gift Certificate. ii Ii

women but tM hard freeze last chief of farm placement, will apeak Farm and Ranch Supply; gift certificate The Bargain Festival is the result I,

December will cause a somewhat on the "Farm Labor Outlook, 1963. by The Toggery Shop; turkey of much hard work by Rich !I

reduced demand) the ester- I

in the citrus1' 1Ddu.trjfor. the Panels and workshops will cover ; pole lamp by Sugarland Pharmacy chant's committee: and George I

nOM THE ST. LAWKENCE SEA WAY to the five feet The riff has been renovated by Kern- 1963 crop. T"However"Brown said '7a the following subjects: "InterstaU t ; gift certificate by Parkin- Kemp who has had considerable:
belt olds Smith.1 \ Recruitment Experience," "Farm L son's Dept. Store; two certificates, experience in similar promotions
beset Dike, cornea this 40 foot conveyor and Moore Haven, who were Joint '
I ui large, which are being used .. elevate the contractors for the 11 tulle project with Konlee, bar demands will continue to Labor Administration" "Farm Labor good for two meals each. Old South prior to his moving to Clewiston.
cane Industry
km irriod Lake Okeeehebee approximately Inc. of MlamL OTAFF PHOTO. grow In the sugar I Reports and Prevailing! Wag I Bar-B-Q Ranch; two gallons of Twenty-three participating merchants -
as aU el' the new sugar Surveys,.. "Domestic Labor UU11.. paint by Town Paint and Hardware banded (together: in the

mills will be 'in operation this ration" for both citrus and vege. ; set of ,seat belts. Hendry Festival for. three-fold purpose

Raising Levee Involves ,ear." wille, tables. County Motors; Thrifty Drugs, a to stimulate ,business during the
Brown !n the conferenceat slow summer; to provide area residents .
9.15: a.m., {July 25, speaking with bonafld merchandise <.<

I on the subject;f'1)o Florida FarmClytVStfepbens tY M specials which will afford them I'' i

Monster An Breakdowns l! greater savings and to create a, I
: I .
cooperative and a
+ I atmosphere a J I L
: elosss.aekticnatdprbetwwea. .Hodiv'zIaaaal .-- ,' '
Service Monday : merchant A"llsfof these I
Dw Corps of Engineers awarded proximately t per cent behind Funeral services were conducted participating merchants will be ''I I r

111,121I.756.00 contract to Reynolds schedule at present, but completion Monday afternoon ,for Clyde found on the front page of the second

ud Smith of Moore Haven and on schedule is anticipated All Merchants Winfred (Red) Stephens, who died Lt section of this issue of The

Dolce. Inc", of Miami on August The pine trees along the levee Thursday afternoon in a West Palm u ye News. 4

i,1962 for the raising of the Hoo- presented a minor problem which Beach hospital, following a long The merchants purchased the

Iff Dike approximately five feet, was eliminated when the Corps of Urged Attend illness. He was 50 years of age. newspaper advertisement, rk.dk>
ttteen Clewiston and Belle Glade, Engineers allowed the trees to be Stephens .was a native of Michigan coverage for the weekend over ;

nth completion slated by June 27, i, topped to' 12 ft. The ;thick tree but had lived in Clewiston WOWY and other promotional material -- I''

1k Islands have been created by the Meeting MondayRichard for 28 ,eant. Until ill health forced from a Joint fund. The trip t I

Taking in Idea from the contraction I Engineers to help prevent erosion him to leave, he was market manager to Nassau is made possible by the

> of the St. Lawrence Sea- and the topping will not hinder Phelpe chairman of for the local: B&B Supermarket merchants In cooperation with Radio .
111. Reynolds and Smith purchas- their continued growth. WOWY. I I
the Merchant's Commute *f
*large conveyor belt and barge Charles Wiesenfelt, project engineer the, 'Clewlaton. Chamber of He was a member of the Presbyterian Participating stores will display I ,
IIIId i in the for the Corps of Engineerssaid Church. large banners
project and moved it Commerce: has extended in the windows, as I I
Moore Haven for renovation for that the 13 mile project would orient plea for an local bus an Surviving are his wife, Mrs. well as colored reprints of the. Bargain .
die local project invllve moving and estimated Pearl B. Stephens,, hit mother Festival Page. .
ineoa to attend meet-
A rock crusher and hopper were 5.000,000 yards of material, and fag at people the Chamber office a Immediately Mrs. Lois Stephens, of Willdamrburg To give the merchants the beat
added to the 200 foot barge, which that the additional belghth would Va, and a sister Mrs Ruby possible coverage: this issue of

baa i capacity of 40 cubic yards ultimately allow the Lake Okeecho- following .Bargain McCullen, of Yuma, Arizona. Four draglinm at work building drainage facilities at BIB"Sugar The Clewiston News is being distributed

the hopper Is fed by a 10-yard bee water level to be raised two drawing Monday night.A Rev. Henry H. Ford conductedthe Company's cane fields; As la common In the area, marl from the can as a sample copy to mail

*+Gine! which is mounted on an or three. feet. In its 730-square treat deal of Intereat,bas services in the Community al dredging operation la used to build a read for farm vehicles patrons from South Bay to Lake-

adJoinIn, tow and digging in the miles. been shown by businessmen Presbyterian Church. Interment STAFF PHOTO. port and LaBelle including rural

rim unaL The crusher also serves relative to organizing a Mer followed in Rldgelawn Cemetery. routes

*eve most of the excess vat- A.C.L. Name chant's Association, with the Paulson Funeral Horn was in (Continued on Page Eight)

tr and deposits the fill material establishment of a credit reference charge. Modern Agriculture

Ue top of the levee. To hold the Wilson Agent department as a prime

aid tl11 a smaller dragline mewlbead Confirmation of the appointmentof objective Much Interest has Chamber Directors Parents Warning!

e 1 of the conveyor belt C. E. (Gene) Wilson as agentat been shown fat Joint promotion Will Meet ,
11III builds I a small "holding"! dike Clewiston, succeeding W. W. of Clewlston and the possibility -
ius the levee is not only being Perry was made this week at the of securing additional fringe The directors of the Clewiston Replaces SawgrassDrve Parents are urged to keep
***. Chamber of Commerce their children from the
but Is widened with the ACL office. 1{ area trade principally migrant will meet away
"J operation.i Perry'i retirement, after 48 \ labor Tuesday noon at the Glades Restaurant construction work en the city

for to Co L. Reynolds, the of railroad service, is effective streets, where sewer line are :
IIchlDe >11 years Phelps urges every businessman This Is the regular monthly meeting due south of Clewiston into and half of new cane ground this being laid. They may .be Injured I
capable .
[44rmdmat.iy SOW( of conveying today. been clerk-t.el ifaph. whether a member of the of the directors: and all Cham- the area where the,raw Everglades year. He has a labor camp of 16 by the machinery erworkmen. I
yards of Wilson has :
IIriaI I day, this production how-ma- er at the Clewiston office on a Chamber or not to attend tills ber members are welcome to attend cane and land citrus is being or' transformedinto planted to houses' sod mess-hall built last I
re organisational meeting. year.
this '
production has not been permanent basis since Jan. 26 pasture for fine cattle. The Inspector en the aewage
?col many days because of 1957. Prior to this he spent three You'll hardly'get out of'sight of RIB Beside Blunder's new cane fields project bas asked the City to I I j
Odownr. Estimated cost of the winters here as a seasonal employee the dragline booms Sugar Co. is putting in a new keep children In order
tY1 Game Board Will ;that are workIng section the away .s' i .
"d on east side
Study of the
...._ COIIW101' 11 $400,000. during the peak shipping to put in drainage facilities, that they wW not get hart and I
"Blumberg Grade.
-1AjJ feel the project is ap- season in 194940-51.! I build farm roads, or clean out The land is that the work will not be Interrupted :
now being disked and >will
-""" ;).:!'. \ have
L-l As Fish Management AreaRobert ditches that are already there. to be ditched and mole drained and by their presence. ,

You'll see glimpses of a "New Saunders ranch-handsome pastures Adults. may take children
Frontier"-and: not the sort made ;handsome cattle.. .
and .
near enough the
F. Klant project biologist
meat la taking
of the Florida Game and FreshWater toward the study preliminary, and his steps visit famous by JFK. either. This "NewFrontier" of cane. Dr. Saunders has two ler"l but are liked to keep at a safe ,
is being attacked and tions of
cane and another distance.
Fish Commission, visited
here is in that connection.: subdued by 1963-style "Pioneers.. "
Clewiston Monday in connection: A three-man study team will be You'll see modern agricultural (Continued on Page ,

with a forthcoming study of the sent to the L-l area within about machines and know-bow -

fish problem in L-l canal, and a 90 days, and will take samples, to (the age-old problem of convertIng applied .

\i proposal to make this and adjoining study conditions,. learn the fish raw land into producing farms.
ii canals into a fish managementarea. population and the other factors Where
saw-grass has grown head-
which determine the
success of an high for centuries, the dragline) and
Some months ago the Hendry; area for fishing, and will report bulldozer
County; Fish and Game Association with recommendations to the corn- are turning under growth
of which C. E. Wlesenfeld is mission. If it is advisable to establish and turning up raw peat-the soil
that is the
product centuries of
president, made a study of some a fish management area, .
of the game and fish needs of the the commission will then go ahead decaying vegetation and Is now "
seeing the for the first time. <
area, and requested aid of the with plans. I y,
The county's secondary road program j
Hendry county commission in Klant also told R. F. Baker i"A }
bringing the needs to the GameDepartment' provides access to the area, I Ir
Chamber President, and Fry that and at this point the landownerstake
attention. The county the commission )j Interested in ;
commission compiled, and over. They have. dug miles
; the requests for boat ramp which of ditches and have built and are
the resolution
adopted requested were Included In ,the Chambercommittee's .
which asked for abolition of an building miles of farm roads I
reports and concurredin chiefly marl which is excavated on
early dove season in Hendry county Ii I
by the county commission. How the site,All
of the territory is beyond -
Ft possible; and for fish the management study of L-l area.is a ever, plan for have the been recreational finalized development ,the telephone lines and muchof i I It

!Ii it beyond power lines
I ID It fart drag. Reports of a Chamber of Commerce and duties assigned to various But
oJ HOPPER AND CRUSHER is I feed by a the hardy pioneers make! t
**. I lla.' ta. the rim canal, and barring break downs deposits special committee on outdoor agencies. out. Shortwave radio is their expensive -
nrd> el material I"OU'I onto the III yard eon.Be. recreation have concurred Fry took the commission biologist and limited substitute for
kl& every
w levee. with these requests. Klant told 8. on a Jeep trip through the LlL3 WET-DKY FEBTIUZINa OPERATION"' Us being readied here, 1
*.. .7Vr ride IfU the tree tops to the top of the telephone they use Diesel fuel and with an liquid
e sJtrogen tank and
8 C. Fry,' a member of both committees L-3 and L-28 a solid potash hopper each being filled
-*. and break WM, the project .U approximately per areas Monday bottled: gas. for slnmlUnee.ua.
to be complete which bad. aeked for the afternoon to give him a close look About application to the Manley elites grove County Agent
5 miles
...bs74sne27i1e4 h.weyer expected due south of the Frank PoOtUl dtsensie
TAFr t PHOTO.is L-l study that the Game Depart at the area and the canal system. Clewiston Sugar House Is Dr. A. F. r.the application. to the young greve.tiTAFT.
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chairman of the Red: Cross chapter briskly Into Its 173rd :year on Aug. from heavy and medium
CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla.The endm,
Two THE weber announced enrollment is open 4 and will announce the start of cutter to buoy *
Section One Thursday, August 1, 1963 I tenders
ii iiI the area Is to prosper. for adult swim classy for women. Its first major fleet modernization small crate The new ships othft
; I &1 Sonny SezThis I A recent trip with County. Agent. Lt. David Thomas was home on program since World War II. body the latest naval m

I Frank Polhffl to the area south of leave from Ft Riley, Kansas, be- The program which will take concepts: Including enalneerior'
Clewiston News Clewiston educationalRaw ] fore going to Korea to serve as l'eVOlutonarj!
wa most about a decade to complete look diesel-gas turbine power !
Issue of The Clewiston News peat land some 20 miles commanding|" officer: of a "Packet: toward a completely streamlined a1r conditioned living Panta IIId

and Bargain Festival that it heralds south of Oewlston is being planted Company. service by the early 1970', Admiral for the crew. qquarten

I "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Cleunston is the result of a lot of cooperatloa with citrus trees, which a few months :Mr. and York Mr after. Gene several CoghUl monthsin left Edwin J. Roland, Coast Guard In vie wof th etroubled
between pratlclpatlnf mer- ago bad never been exposed to for New Commandant said. ID CUbt, the olio
and Ilendry County. where be served a* Coast Guard
Clewiston, has
chants end the diligent leg work of sunshine. In between thousands of tamed DIal&.
future a regular
In commenting on the air
'1 Published every. Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Clewiston. Richard: Phelps and George Kemp. acres of land are being prepared golf pro.U.S. plan of the Nation' oldest continuous ro1 oft the Florida coast and lea PI\\

Florida by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. Somewhere along the line The for cane and Improved pasture' seagoing military .service of the patrol 1, to ObJectbe!

Entered a* Second: Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post News entered into the promotionand planUng.: A Sunday afternoon ride Coast Guard Admiral Roland pointed out that of United States. prevent'iolau..
I Office in Clewiston, Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3, offered 'saturation coverage southward on 832 is a must for within the next decade the CoastGuard bound raiders. laws't by Cuba
1879. of area, as its supporting effort. those 'who haven't been there in Modernizes Fleet More
plans to replace existing Cuban refugees alreadrffi
recent months. have
This week's Newt will be distributed -
NATIONAL EDITORIAL RI11 WASHINGTON D.C. The United fleet units with nelw designed shipsof rescued by Coast Guard
i''I to virtually every mall patron -- hips
Coast Guard will mow all classes. They will] range aircraft. t"i
', State
IASbC6Tl N ,pi in the Greater Clew ton area from
!\ and including Moore HavenSHRDL.and Warren Howell who returned recently
South Clewis from a vacation at Ft. My
rytpI Including Bay
i ,rfI 0 ton Moore Haven and LaBelle and' era Beach, found something harder I Clewiston Church DirectoryICOMMUNITY
I pI; BERYL BOWDEN Publisher 0 y connecting rural mail routes. I'I than his head and had a sear

I S. H. STALLS Managing Editor C IiN The issue of The News 1* probably across the top. to prove it. the

Subscription Rates .......... $4.00 per year gl Od the largest pressrun In its history -' bottom of a swimming pooL PEESBTTEBIAN I ST. MARGARETS CHURCH HI-HAVEN BAPTIST aina
: (Return Postage Guaranteed) -- Highway 721
t with nearly 4,000 copies consuming 407 Keyal Palm Avenue 208 North Atlantic Street
,j Telephone: Business and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 over 1,000 pound of newsprint Coach Joe Bundy arrived In Henry IL Ford. Minister Phone YUkon 2-1811 Rev. Vic Turner Pastor

Advertising: Rates on application. The management reserves nearly. 20 hour of presstlme, Clewiston and went to work immediately 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School Clewiston, Florida 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School
the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! approximately! 110 backshop: hoursmanhours with prospective football 11:00: a.m.-MorDlD Worship Rev Larkin F. Connauy 11:00: a.m.-MoroIng Worship
TEE NEWS assume no roiponalblllty for the return of uniolloltod not to mention the soliciting ] players by adding "isometrics"to la the Parish Administrator 6:45: p.m.-Training Union
11:00 a.m.-Nursery
manuscripts' or photograph the summer program at schoolBoys : 8.00: p.m.-Evening
layout, gathering, mailingand Worship
THE) NEWS assumes no financial roiponilbllltr for typographical House Sunday Masse 8 a.m. & 11:30: a.m.
error or ommluloni In adrortlmmint but If notified of such orrori bo. the postage, which we are who are participating for the Fellow Wednesday:
fore the next issue of the paper will reprInt correctly that part of the afraid to first time define Isometrics as sore '::00 p.m.-We.tmlDlter Weekday Masses, 7:00 SJn.Holy 8.00: p.m.-Prayer MeetingFIRST
adTortlioment In which the error occurred. In the event a time element figureel muscles konw shipWednesday ] Day of Obligation, 6:00 p.m.
.., you didn't you
would render tho correction .lu.I. the News will reduce the price -
of the adTirtlaomont bjr an amount equal to the prcoatafo of the total : Confessions, Saturday from 4 to 3, BAPTIST
apace ai the orronoouo or omitted COP rooroMntod.rf Back to the Festival, at the tlr.t' had.This program has been used In 7:30: p.m.-cholr Practice: and 7 to 8 p.m. 102 E. Ventura Arena CHURCH
meeting; of merchants: called by,
larger school for a number of Rev. L. T. Fagan Pastor
Richard, 11 merchant: attendedand
yean to help condition and strengthen ST. MARTIN'S ClInCH 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School
received: the Idea with enthusiasm. -
Bargain Days boys, especially those who CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Episcopal)) 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service
At the second: meeting
; South ClewUton 407 North Pacific
compete In competitive sport 6:45: p.m.-Training Union
In the will have ball this week-end George reported that 20 merchant Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor The Rev. dark H. Dorman, Vicar
Shoppers area a as This 1* the first time it ha been 8:00: p.m.-Evening Service
had agreed to participate: and subsequently -
Clewiston merchants offer their first annual "Clewiston Bargain offered In CHS. 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School: Sunday Services: : Wednesday:

Festival" of values. Friday. Saturday and Monday will be the great three deal baa more been Joined.A learned, 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 7:00: ...m.-Officer* and Teichenl
7:00: p.m.-BapUIt Training Vnloi 9:30: a.m.-F.mJJy Service and I
BIG DAYS and shoppers will find-not only bargain prices in Meeting
during this first promotion and 8:00 p.mWor.hip Service Church SchooLSaJnts
the stores but FREE Door Prizes which will be : : 8.00: p.mMidweek Prayer Sen-l
participating with Its success next year' should
Tuesday: and Holy Day as an
I L given away at a drawing next Monday night at the conclusion be bigger and better. i It's History; Now 8:00: p.m.Brotherhood nounced. 8:45: p.m.Ice -Choir Practice:
': of the Festival Much understanding and better Wednesday: Confession by appointment.
I The Merchants In the Chamber of Commerce decided thatit relations have materialized from 7:30: P.QW-Hour of Prayer

was time for them to make a cooperative effort to show residents this Festival between merchants, THIRTY YEARS AGO Thursday: CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST NORTnSTDE MISSIONARY

of the f fast-growing Clewiston area that they need not go who for the first time have honestly (From Clewbtoa News 8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice APOSTOLIC FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH

I' to bigger towns for their shopping bargains. "The grass is not and sincerely: tried to" jusiW"consumer's July 38, 1933)) South dewiifam 104 N. Francisco Street

always greener In the other fellow's pasture"-they said. And home suport. A six mile section: of the levee ASSEMBLY Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor
Each held the THE CLEWISTON 10:00: a.nv-Sunday School
meeting by 10:00 School
participating : a.m.-Sunday
t fine values their around Okeechobee, extending
they are putting out some very In Bargain. Festival OF GOD 11:00
merchant baa createda 11:00: a.m.Preachlng : a.m.Morning Worship
Sale to their statement west of Clewiston was completed
i' prove greater working relationship and James F. Klmbrel. faster Tuesday: 6:30: p.m.-BTC
I I by the McWflllam Co.,
The Bargain; Festival Is a project of the Merchants Division the common problem which they under a 3393,000 contract: and Sunday: 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.-venJnr!; Worship

of the Clewiston Chamber of Commerce. It is the first such: are ezperienclnlllld1v1dullb' ,. was the first portion of the Herbert Sunday School 10:00: Friday: Wednesday:
could actually be lessened by working Adult Worship, 11:00: 7:30 MeetIng 7:30: p.nu-Prayer Service
community promotion in Clewiston's history, and It has required Hoover Dike to be built. : p.mYOIUIi People', -
a great deal of time and planning on the part of Richard Phelps, together thus the expressed Former Hendry county: Tax Collector Youth Worship 11:00:
desire to organize an active :Merchant I Prayer Hour 7:00: lUST METHODIST CBTJ1CH |
chairman and other members of the Merchants Committee.This J. L. Taylor, charged with
Association From this or- I Evangelistic Rally 7:30Tuesday : CHURCH OF CHRIST 131 W. Oseeala AveaaeRev.
Is the time to stock up on whatever it Is you need to conversion of public funds after
ranizatlon, bad debt losses wouldbe : (Christ )
ai : Knight Pastor
clothes and shoes items for leisure state auditor found his account: I
buy, your moments appliances
lessened by regular report to Orchestra Practice, 7:00: North Sugarland Auditorium 9:45: a.m.-church School:
and articles for your house or for house repair and member on delinquent! account: $20,000 short wa released under Wednesday: John C. Schemer, Minister 11:00: a.m.-,Morning service

maintenance, auto accessories what have you? What- Organizational promotions. would $10.000. bond. Christ's Ambassador, 7:45 10:00: a.m.-Bible School 8:00: p.nu-Methodist Youth r
Mr W. C. Hooker and Miss
ever you are going to buy, you should shop for It this weekend lessen the cost Individually, as has Bonoell Stone returned from a I 11:00: .Communion and Woo lowshlp

r r at. Clewiston stores. been experienced with the Bargain\ two week vacation at Daytona ship Service Wednesday:
,. You'll find many of the merchants have on sale Items Festival promotion. Mr. Ruth Beach.: COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL Wednesday: 7:13 p.nx-Choir Practice:

bought especially for the Bargain; Festival and you'll find too,, Owen' of the Toggery Shop has Miss Louise Renfroe returned to HOLINESS CHURCH 7:30: p.nv-Bftle Study

that they have given real bargain prices to much of their stock said .t each meeting of the participating her home in Abbeville Ga., after Seafe Clewisfcm CHURCH 07 COD
: merchants, that this 1 the CHURCH OF CHRIST 312 8. FaeUle Ave
Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor se
r on hand. a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
;if least sale that be has 3M South Central Arenas Rev. Joe Coleman
expensive 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
have In Berner and family.Mr. .
;, The Merchants dyne their part this Bargain Festival
ever conducted.: 11:00 Earl Arnold :Minister 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
: a.m.-Morning Worship
W'c' They cordially invite every resident of the area to visit and Mr*. R. C. NowUng re-
r Unity between merchants will 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangtttitid Sunday: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service
r their store, during this three J provide prosperity for all tit- Service. mean School 7:30: p.m.-Evening ,Worship
the stock they have on hand and the prices they have set are --I- of Progress. and Mr Exposition. Russell at D.Chicago.Mr. Whid- Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Worship Wednesday.:

enticing. Aside from the Festival this den of Gainesville visited her 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:00: p.m.-Worship 7:30: p.m.-.Prayer Service
The sale through Monday for the week's New offer of parents Wednesday: Friday
prices are continuing convenience coverage Mr. and Mr*. Cliff Goodman. Friday: :
of those who may be away on the weekend. the rapidly .developing cane, and4Px.1fl 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotion 7:30: p.m.-Young People' Ea

( Every store taking: part In the Festival Is marked with window TWENTY YEARS AGO and Bible Study deavor

I o banners. Every one of them has registration slips for the (From Clewkto New This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following
f r- t FREE Door Prizes. You may register' In one or all of the stores: July 19. 1943)) :

,I There Is nothing to buy. You need only to go in the store and Lt O. M. Ford, Jr., who had Hendry

register' your name and address. (Persons under sixteen are been reported mining in action a County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson's
not eligible to register or win prizes). month earlier war officially. reported Motors Compl*. DepartmeDt 51aeFlares
a prisoner of war In Germany. STANDARD OIL COMPANY
J J. R O'Brien lost portion of 2-8301 -

Ji 'll f 1 ? ,eat-i e e'e nr the 'the finger of his left hand In an -
industrial accident at the sugar Giddens Furniture Clewiston Federal

I. v ROOMDecorate miA 9 pound boy wa born to Mr. Kelly Plane TCo 3-6901 Store SAVINGS LOAN ASSTC

> and Mr*. Fred Bike at the local:
A you boI ta1.I "If Easy to Pay -

r I In the classifieds: Glenn Browsr TheClewiston News The Giddens .ay" Royal's Inc.
advertised a "pre-war bicycle" for

:f" Efu: F4MlfYFONSPEND ll today I.daughter.a1e.I Mr. *. Jack Ruth Hlmrod, visited and relativesin baby

YOUR VACATION IN Wauchula for the weekend
Campbell Nail was In Camp
Peary, Va., Carrol Rediah returned

tvery M.Uf. of the hmO .III enjoy Uke |000 IINTA! UNITS' : ROLLATEXITBUOm;; lATUt from fighting the Pacific and I

Worth.', OirtiNmo'hifl sell oe4 (rah wotor fob. .......too ells, wa attending; Navy Flight Preparatory -
,i him, Mimklpol' p1.,. uses ood pool swim! IOW RATES MoeoM School: at La. State Normal
..fefl, koeHee. ,oil; tenth, ..uffI......dd. o4. r>.1I,/W...., .... ... College, Natehltochea. La.,

t ,.loiuwl _lei ortMHM.. WIITI TODAY) n-eeepd........... Sidney McGehee graduated from I

: ;, la eeepe.eew.. CITY 0 F sas the Air Force Armament school
who' th e at Lowry Field] Colo. I
J .... el nerld.r ...1Np WDIUI/ElPRlJJ4 GAL. -

I, :, -r r Htmrt of Ac Palm Beaektt m m. 7 'EVERY 2nd CAN TEN YEARS: AGO
?.f UND rOt HOCHUU AND ACCOMMODATIONS DATA -15* (From dewisto News

I : r ChMker CeHMOroe,Deo CIV Lake"Worth.FtoriAa w July a.. 110) I
Y..r..rr.r.rrrr.r14' rFKEEAIXTRA In the American Legion Junior

I f baseball tournament meet. Key
tt' West defeated Clewiston 3-0. 0f'CNt23
'I 'at NO
The Railroad Assessment Boardof x

Comptroller C..M. Gay' office

r ,. sTbiB set the tax assessment value .of
I Yes. t railroad property\ in Hendry' county :

"r ; at 3449,312., a considerable Increase -
from the 3319,794 of the
AI Fuller'sCountry previous year. I

;) Mary Fay Andrew and A. O.
"a; You can still get Store Walker were married In Valdosta, .19 y

Ga. by Judge T. N. Holcomb.:

I )Hospitalization and Medical Insurance Clewiston Phone YU 2-3281 :Mrs. Ken Swayae water safety;

: > For Persons Over 65 THE MAIL r

provides one of the bright spoil In our day. ,
I.. I : Sometime It brings good news-other times,

t! Original enrollment of Continental Cas- '' a bad. God' Utters to us are found In Ills & H

Q ''I book the Bible There too Is good newt-- *3smsHHBHIHHgg gg

I : ;iualty' Golden 65, extended to August 15. t for the believer;but bad news for the rejecter: THE

t I :, ". the wage of tin It death bur the gilt of SAVINGS ARE TERRIFIC!!!

For details, contact Cod It efemaJ ''if. ..** Roman 6i23 Ifs cleanup time it your Plymouth-Vafant leer *-t*? < po ee.e veaw o-i*. wmytt.i : .

t"t Dealer's i and he's moving out ill his '63 g tf M: 5JSrSiB-jTy-uTt"r! ,;:
: models to make room for his ::. .: > : t :"
new 64s. JSJtenooS! !q vuttn'fumu"! "JJ'JSiiwhen .
Community Presbyterian ,Church But even though prices are down, you still 1 *.1;*>/MenMi Mm: kH MM-::.:: >
teed ,
iBeordsleyNoshInsurance Jet VaRanfl t .Hee eMt): we .eer
407 Royal Palm Avenue 5-year/SOlXXJ-mile warranty : -, ..=::- -= :=..:-n ,
I you buy. Put your ticket on Valiant! gfyj*b Vgj -
wrf HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister : t.r: :: = _T

9 ) '. Agency, 9:43: AJt Bible School "' TRUST THE MEN WHO SELL VAUANTI

2-7501 Lyl Clewuton 11:00: AM. Worship
Phone YU

Sermon Subject: The Peacemakers" BECK


Highway and San Benito! Street Clewuton, FJa.age .

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Section One Thursday August 1, 1963
"SUPER-RIGHT" SHORT SHANK FULLY {(12 to 16-lb. Avg.----) '1
,; ,
%' Dressed Drawn cl \

::;+ COOKED HAMS Fresh Grade "A" t'r

I / EXTRA i & lt Shank Half 45FW 3E 3EPlaid

'':-- Stamp. =!IS i' LB. ,
Morren Pride i ill M "*a Pride Fully Cooked LB.

..-._ I Canned Ham [!t| c"uie Ham . $3.79 Wb' "II I Ifn Cut up 390

\,.. PLAID i Clip this Coupon"SuperRight" I[&:.___ _____________________________J (Center Ham Slices Lb. 891) "Super-Right" Heavy

f1" S'r.UIPS I Westernv0
-0 Concentrated bot I Short Shank Cooked
Shampoo $1.00 : 100 Extra Plaid Stamps ;' "Super-Right" Fine Quality Heavy West. Chucki.| .
M44 Annut 3
Horns (Whole) 49't BEEF CHUCK
..., ; LB. 59?
-::::.:.----- --- -- Roast
! ", fJbI PLAID Morton's Frozen 25 Extra Plaid Stamps STEAK Over4-lbs.

kattLbellourOwn STAMP? IE TV Dinners"SuperRight" 11- Size49 100 Extra Plaid Stamps

y -III. box .
: Loose Tea 541MM Heavy Western Beef Full Cut "Super-Right" Hard Corn '::: I Ii

i --. -AnrtrtI- j! 50 extra plaid stamps with 1 l/z Ib. or more LB. 594 Fed ')J h; :

r STEW k79C Pork Whole or Half i iII '' I;
' STAMPS ; undChu Golden Ripe Fancy Golden Loin LB. 49C
, Ana Pare Cider Qt bot
II Vinegar . 250M Bananas Corn.
M Aarost 3 .I

w: : --.:.--.-.--:._:.k.-. --; Jane ParkerPotato

'::2 ;:11j 1.i: b 1 2 Lb.For. 25 1 10 For 59ft* Chip

AM Pare Italian, Ifros. bot i a' TwinPack
i Dressing . 391 Si|! %i'. 39ct
:i M4-I August 3 jj| Homestead Brand Form Style Saxet Brand Canned Assorted

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: ) PLAID 50-lb.6-6-6 $119 tolt.: $iO9 ," 303 Your Can 10 JUICE I :

Air 11 ./.Choe.... beE Flavored I Choice 4 :
I BagSunnyfleld Bag -oz. '
Dnnk . 33 : 294 '
i Our Finest Quality Grade "A" Special! I
M.I-I A..t I !! (Ann Page Pancake &: Waffle Syrup 21<<. bot 43c) Can :
Fruit Cocktail ... 4'1 Ib,
____________:_________ .....j s Frozen Waffles -..-...-. 5-oz. pkg. 1 10gSunnybrook --- I .
" : Cream Style Special! I
" 'tai iii'iiii'i l Fresh Florida Grade """ Sunaid
Special Golden Corn ...... ....--1 lib 1 Fruit I I
:1 III!GaIwi\'" PlAID ...i Large Eggs ._.__._ 2 ctns of 1 doz. 970 can 100 Grape, Orange Fruit PunchDrink '1 ,:
ii IiiI : Ann Page Really Fresh Special!
;:. STAMPS\ Nil: Ann Page Creamy Smooth or Krunky Special!
' .... ... .Quart Jar f
Mayonnaise 490
/w Parker 1-III.loal Peanut Butter --..-...-. 24-oz. jar 590 -
:ii Bread Ii I TuderJSi'PARKER (Available only in sure*Handling Beer)
: MRaisin 290 : AiPi Own White Beauty

l!; ii.K..r.1u.AarostS" :j i Shortening __.__......_.. 3-lb. can 49 Beer or -----.12'12'oz.. b at. $1.69] 51- .., ..29t'Mortons '

ICED SPICE CAKE Special! /CkktheFUVMlv/ChecktoPWCE! !' :

1-lb. 3-oz. > vxtiitVto. Frozen I
S N'SII' BAR 29' A'P Chocolate .. I
Loaf Y -AJ 'CiJ. _. i!'" Strawberry,. Lemon I
...\ P Coconut Cream ;
or Special! V'tfIuJ I '

LEMON PIES IYz.lb. 39 TEl. m' P I E'5'- t'

Each '
famous. SI... I

PICKLE PATCH:FRESH (Pickle Patch Fresh Cardad 4 pt A15oz. jars 88O -- -:?;,.;W i.----- 13 14-oz. *1 ,:

OO Forly '..
48 434
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Jars Cabot ChaccoalBRIQUETS ',! ''.. ,
Prices in this ad are good Permit ire S
Dort gnpG. So:. pkl. Mareal 4 rolls eor La 3tTCE._-._kL._caa Ise Through.Saturday. August 3 Beo. SU PXJt. ;
He "
BATBJiOOM TISSt1E LI Cley amr J4e1D, dos can TOUT creams coma tni WIth PAID ': ;\
JD.c IkL can ptg of so I" .
1/e f for 11. PLAID STAMPS. Fia.uper ) I
Rines Layer LI Clop ShrImp 103. caD _. .
IUDI": .- .1.., ..TEA NAms- ._f for Ue mop 8t Er.r.. can!le rog nAMne*fAone TU co 'ANt,nc Bozholder.Local I I I I"nr d '
ctuAIL: aox.'c.a Mirctl ManreO BOOM Ceffe ftST II r "
24-01.-11.bottle PASTEt NAnlNII h*Me. jforthernM a i ({cirketsU'Crs ,'P'II O.R.F.D. I I I .
lAlrou ou. UAKCAL BANKHa' S Ier M IlATl OOH TCBCB S fw e'l I
,. Si.S 1*"* lads Jar ;
sa_IUC :r' III t Kitchen 1gAZ T- l'&E8EaVliS 110 lUINMIU N MlltHMT IINU I V San

Xenton Snows dam Bolden Shortening Chicken of tb. Sea Worth more drew e
ButtonMushrooms La Cboy lleatleM Ucntnwat ((4 Q off Label) ,
270. Chop Suey. .351fix % Chowder lbat.'x.' ,290 FkiffoUb.. .- 79% Chunk Tuna 45%' I Peanuts _._ 29 P Powder I'' :'
Jka. slims. can 14-01. I I IReal:2

Bleach: .'.bail.. 39* Mods-45e: Meat Armour..Star...Potted. 690MKotcan ..1 Sr Whit .kg49; I Sausage Armour star.Vienna. 450Jic Giant Pk 49 q <

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$1200.00 to $1700.00. For every $1.00 their total
,, yearly
Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla. ,< ,f" earnings
.OjM'f)'. he earns over $1700.00 gives up emploYed workers
Section One Thursday, .. can draw
: lac I
$1, in benefit payments
j For example: Suppose you put EXSrmon t bus1neal.* Ule7 It
f'I I In for social security and find you Mr. CeJu1Ien: uriecl I
could be entitled to $10.00 a month. 65 who are still people 0I't
I n 1 I You plan to continue working and their Social Security working offIce to nah

expect to earn $2000.00 a year You S. Dixie Highway. West lit n
omen 6 could still collect $$50 from social Beach for further hIfonnauoll p Ihn,
security for the year. representative from the West
Also, Mr. Gehrken emphasized, Beach office visits Ckwistou p
people can collect a social security urlarly. You rea
J I Exemplar ChapterOf Thomas-Walker I check for any month they do not Post Offise for the laqutrt date of It 7UII
earn over $100.00, no matter what visit his IIt1
Beta Sigma PhiA Mrs. Mallie Fay Walker of South
Bay and Montague Ashton Thomas
group of Beta Sigma Phi memo of ClewIston were united In marriage -
bers, whose period of membershipIn at the First Baptist) Church 1s
the organization is five ;years I of South Bay on Friday evening at

or over, it being organized Into an 7.30pm.: .
Exemplar Chapter in Clewlston Rev. James A. Felton, pastor, '
I Meeting recently at the home 01 performed the single ring cere LL4LL
Mrs. D. C. Ellis, the members moD). iJ
chose the following officers: I The bride wore a beige embroic
Ii Mrs. Abner H. Venn, president: I eried silk dress with beige accessories. RESTAURANT
Mrs. W. G. Perry, vice president: Her corsage was of pink
Mrs. A. W, Lawrence, secretary: carnation and pink sweetheart ros

secretary Mrs. Eugene; and Hough Mrs., Foy corresponds Durrence es.The bride is a resident of South Perfect attendance awards were passed out at Jernlf, Gene Fuller received a three-year eetitlflcate I Bargain FestivalSPECIAL!
treasurer Bay and lives at S. W. 4th Street Rotary Club by Carl E. Horniby. president," and L. G. (Box) Vaufhan a one year
Twelve members have slgnei The bride-groom is superintendent right Receiving seven year certificate were certificate.-STAFF PHOTO.
the application for charter, which of Clewlston Sugar House of V. T. (Doe) Koch, Dave Stockman and Will I

has been forwarded to the international the United States Sugar Corporation. -
organization, which has Homer J. Hand of Belle Glade,
given the local group the name Mr. and Mrs. Thomas took I she will fly from Miami to Portugal
"XI Delta PI Exemplar Chapter wedding trip to the East Coast of D tour Portugal, Spain, Italy,
of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority." Florida. They will be at home after Holland and Ireland. On the return

August 5th at 437 W. Trinidad jJLOCtALS trip, the party will fly to New Luncheon
A venue)in Clewiston. York,and sight-gee there. Complete
WilliamsFulfordMi. : Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Tanner and

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Van
and Mrs. Zibe Williams of Burke of LaBelle visitors in 970
Okeechobee announce the engagement SaxonMackeyMrs. \Barbara Jernlgan daughter of Beach visited his parents, Mr. and Tampa last weekend.were
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. II Jernlgan Mrs. C. E. Miner over the week-
and approaching marriage of
Alma W. Mackey of Lake Mrs. Sarah E. Fountain returned
their daughter, Mary Helen, to of.Orlando la visiting her grand- With this
Harbor end.Mrs.
and Bill Saxon of Clewiston Thursday from an extended vacation -
Mr. Alee Fulford. IOn of Mr. and ifrents, Mr and Mrs. W P. Jern R. M. Bishop Is visiting
r were united in marriage at trip in which she toured Alaska 49
lgan. her sister In Gainesville, while *
Mrs. Randall Fulford of Okeecho-
the First Baptist Church of South her Frank
visiting son, Capt.
I ,Misses Judy Vann, Lynda Geigerand their mother, Mrs. A. 1. Daugh- Adv.
I bee.The Bay on Friday evening at 7.45: p.m. Harben, in Fairbanks, for several
Sandy McGonville were weekend trey Is ill In the Alachua General
ceremony will take place at
Rev. James A. Fenton, pastor, days. She and her sister, Mrs. R.
of Mr. and Mrs. Ken HospitaLMrs. '
eight o'clock on the evening of guests
performed the tingle ring ceremony E. Jordan of Moore Haven, made
tit August 17th In the Swayne and family at their Lake E. E.jKJelly; came down
Church Olceechobee.First Methodist Placid cottage. from Waynesville, N..C. for a visit ,the trip by plane and enjoyedthe Friday, Saturday, Monday (Aug. 2,3 & 5))

M The Fulfords are former Clew) The. bride wore a blue sheath I Mr and Mrs. Joe M. Hllllard of several days In ClewIston. sight-seeing Western United
V,' ton residents and the 'al1llO\lJ\ce- dress with white accessories and has returned after a visit of several Mrs. Evelyn Shelley of New Orleans States, Alaska and Canada.

W ment will be of great Interest. to 'aoo wore a white carnation cor- weeks with her daughter, Mrs. was the guest of Dr. and
I' their friends In the area: age. 'amea Sullivan, and her family in : Mrs. J. W Ezelle for a few days School
The bride is a resident of Lake Springfield 111. She also visited last week. Budget Be sure to register for trip to Nassau & other prizes I

Harbor and is presently employed her sisters who live In Mayo, Mon Mrs. Ralmonde Aubrey and children
Miss Mueller Honoree b y Everglades Memorial Hospitalin Ccello Havana. Tltusville and Co. Adrienne, Angle and Martyof Hearing Thursday
', At Pahokee. The bride-groom is cdar Johnstown, Pa., arrived by
\, Morning'CoffeeMiss ; a resident of Clewiston and Is a losses Sandra Belt, Linda Johnson plane Tuesday to visit her parents, There will be a public hearing on Southeastern-
Eudolie Mueller of Paho- sugar weigher foreman at the mill I acd Durema Adams spent Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. M. L.. Goodwin. the 196344 school budget for Hen-
ku, bride-elect of Matt Prewitt, of '11 the United States Sugar Corporation ; at Fort Myers Beach. Dave Jones of Gainesville was a dry County next Thursday afternoon
Clewlston, was honoree at a delightful Mr'.and Mrs. G. H. Brown, Johnny business visitor In Clewiston this at one o'clock In the office .
morning coffee, given by Mr. and Mrs. Saxon took a wedding Brown and Mark Brandon have week. He is an agronomist with the of the school board at LaDd Ie.
Mr. Phil Thlelen at her home in trip to the east coast of Florida ,,*rned from a camping trip State Extension Service. The proposed budget shows Tropigas
\ Pahokee Saturday morning and will reside in Lake Harbor trough Western States. I Mr. and Mrs. Stokes Murphy left $154,384 on hand and anticipated
r. Spring flowers and candles In about August 1. Guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. II for a vacatlpn In the mountains of receipts of $913,759, for a total
silver candidate decorated amount of $1,068,143.The .
the Y'Vha last weekend his mothVr North CargpgeFriends ] .
were [nvites
t' you to SHOP and SAVE during Clewiston'IBargain
refreshment table where Mrs. D. Mrs. Bertha Vann of Miami of John Ellington are deLighted budget will call for the
W. Judd poured. Coffee, tea and BIRTHMr add his) aunt, Mrs. Edna ICrell to see him home again recommended mlllage of 19 mills,
pasteries were served. and Mrs. Samuel Fields of Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Krell )is after eye surgery In' West Palm divided as falls: 10 mills for coun- Festival .
a i Miss. Ayliffe Mueller kept theo ty support and maintenance fund,
Beach. that
announce the arrival of a daughter a professorat the University fif He explained the surgeon
bride' book. Ronda Janeene, on July 28th Pennsylvania,*, .. 0 has bandaged the eye sealed, and 9 mills for county district support
I. A number of guests from Clewiston at Hendry General Hospital. The ,Lori Gayfe J were among those who called baby weighed six pounds.Hospital I her borne in Winter Park aftera he,will returner, farther exansinaibn. The public is Invited to inspectthe SALEName
during the hours of the detailed
party budget in the office of .
visit of five weeks with her grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred I ,Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Johnson haveas the school board, and to attend
\\'r ] NotesWhite Baker. their guests'' this week, hit the public hearing next Thursday.

BYST/U. Patients admitted: Guests of Mr. rand Mrs. Allen daughters, Julie and Suzanne of
l Duncan Murrow, Patricia Jones, 'adgett for several days are her West Palm Beach. Over 65 Workers TAPPAN AND JOHN WOOD

Esther Mathls. Raleigh Mathis, sister, Mary Agnes Gibbons, of Miss Patricia Ann Powers Is May Collect SomeSocial
at amd'Fri. Carolyn Sellers, Carol Jean Harper fcwarkk, and another cousin, Mary leaving this weekend by plan for
r K Joyce Hancock Patterson, John Regina Mahon of Long Branch, Canada where she will spend her' II Security Ranges Water Heaters Dryers
'Hark, Susan Browning, Caroline N. vacation visiting relatives. Many people over 65 lose some
., Aug. 2.11 A.M. J.Mr. Mr and Mrs. R. I. Pierce and I '
Clemons Mildred Jones, Mrs. Vou- and Mrs. R. B. McCollum social security checks every ;year.
: MORNING MATINEE da Fields, Louis Messer, Rhonda and family vacationed at Lake family left Monday morning on 'a These are people who think that as Refrigerators Washers
Roth, Julia Mae Akin, Wm. dln- Placid. for the week. camping trip in Ocala State Patrk.' long ,as they work and earn over I
Special Merchant's Bargain ard, Pat Drake. Mr. and Mrs. A. W Slag, Donna They also plan to spend a week-' $1200.00"a .year they cannot draw
and Mary Louise Slas, following a end with relative In Jacksonville, any social
ALL SEATS White Patients Remaining: security checks.
week at Fort Lauderdale Beach and return to Clewlston In time to Actually Mr.
Duncan Murrow, Jos. W. Hardee, Cehrken. district
;: allisar.taeoan..e. Hubert Paulk, Pablo Enrique, : have gone to Beckley, W. Va., for greet some close friends who are manager for, social security pointed All at 20;
Rhonda Roth, Susan Browning, Car- I a visit with Mrs. Si..' brother Rev. coming for a visit. I out today. many of these people
oline Clemons, Julia Mae Akin ,T. M. Waldron, Jr., and family. Miss Hllegarde Knof spent a could collect part of their social
ileen Mercer; Vouda Fields, Carl Mr. and Mrs. George H. Cole- week's vacation In Nassau Bahamas. security even though they are still
,, Crow, Raleigh Mathls, Milton Howard man returned on the weekend from working He said a person who
"" Louis Messer, Annie Tommie, a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrison earns more than 1200.00 loses 210 Sugarland Hwy Phone YU 2-5261 Clewiston
I I"I Helen Darby, MUd.red'Jonei, Daisy Mrs. J. A. 'l'11er.tn Marshall, Tex., Donna Morrison and Joy Crawford, only 1.00 In social security payment
I ,!' Pullen, Pat Drake. and with their daughter, Mrs. have a cottage at Fort Myers for every $2.00 he earns from
Mk Duane Anderson, and family ,in Beach for a vacation stay.

: 8erl Attend Camp East Lansing Mich. Mrs. Pauline Hand Is leaving
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Herbert of next Monday for a five week's tour
if For Nat'l Guard Fort Lauderdale were guests ,of in Europe. Accompanying her son

SP/ Julio Catala and 5P/5 Char- their cousin. Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

less Arnold of the Florida National Saturday*. _._
Guard are spending two weeks attending Danny Beardsley and Lilah Ruth
the Guard's summer campat eardsley are spending a week,at
Fort Stewart, Georgia. the Presbyterian Conference Center HEALTH
: Both men are members of the Camp at Lake. Placid. Rev. \
i I unit with headquarters in Belle Bruce Beardsley drove. them to the TOPICI Warning to ParentsChildren

/ Glade. Their camp period ends camp Monday.; }
,..'' if, !: August 11. C. E. Miner, Jr., of Wed Palm I I II

A5r.la.1" Y..r Doctor lltdWiw.\ .
1I Vow Local l IfxUnl Soctot ..d tae7aarld.
;; for a peach of Medial AMOCutioa.
a should
I ., '' .'1't eotoa av n R r FORCED FEEDING not play around, or come near

t ,:, \ Forced feeding of a child againsthis \
\ put-up job! will usually Is a mistake. Mothers
site of
often worry for fear something construction on the sewage project
I I ; will happen to a child it he
; misses one or two meals. Something
: A happy, true, and wonderful
is likely to happen to
I : : uplifting story of girl who left more when in the
the sanctity-of the convent to the child aced to eat when- bedoesn't except care of a responsible -

I' ,r, five her songs to world. want food. f
.Appetite .is" variable, especially
-1 FrL Sat. Aug. 2.9 the appetite of a child, and there adult!

are many 'reasons, -tot child's apparent .
Double ,
Feature :
loss of appetite,. there may ,
"Hercules And be an oncoming sfcknes The food -'
4t offered e ay. hav*.betA.causing a .
,Captive Women" disagreeable;reaction* llie child

He meets the supermen of Atlantic. may be too excited-- echo, tired to This is' fer f their own protection and'also to avoid,

II use Dixie rysta sKindergarten eat. \ '. ,
r The manner c<<< handling such I.
II a.: try tor Independence can be cUred '
I; i "Swamp Women"Sun. -, and simple. The::moment the 'interrupting the workmen. .
child refuse food take it'away
Moo. Tues. and say nothing further about it ,
t Aug.4.5.6Special Registration There 11 no anger that Jw ,win
I ) starve or do himself any harm
Prices This! Attraction
f by missing a meal or two., If the
i 'Mrs. Alberto F. Morrell mother Is ,determined. DOt.to. be
ADULTS-73c .
j J overwhelmed small show of
I by a .
I Mountain" Previous experience rebellion, be will tire
i 'Worked years at Blakey's: Play Time, in Pahokee. formance. A normal child will eat ..
t, :HENRY! FONDA when be gets hungry:
additional instruction in English and SpanMsh.
MAUREEN O-HARA Offers : If a chad refuses to eat <*.>bw*
You will find tile Ideal family Affes; 4 &,5. A email appetite beyond period
entertainment as touching as of a day or two .he should be takento
I the Yearling and as unforget- Inquire YUkon 2-1641 'physician 'to'determine the
able as Parrish. reason. -

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Clewiston, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five
Baseball I Section One Thursday August I, 1963

many. cam this summer Miss Valek celebrated
The Florida Council: for the Blind by giving her aged father a '
Highlights .
sent Miss Valek to the training bus trip to Arkansas to visit rela. r IUvea.

school for the blind .t St Augustine .
HALL There she learned sewing, When a blind person travel on
Midget Leirne cooking and handicrafts. an Interstate train or bus the.r

The American Legion under the Then she was referred to nonprofit !. companion, or guide can travel
managership of Ernie Miller and Goodwill for evaluation to free on grant provided by the
Butch McGahee is the only undefeated determine what job. if any she was Federation for the Blind In New

team left In the summer Q capable of handling. York.
baseball program. For two months Goodwill counselors The free trip to Arkansas was
Jerry Holoubek pitched a no-hit + I worked with Miss Valek for Mr. Valek a Father's Day gin
ter as the Lions blanked the Elks trying her in a number of jobs such from his daughter who thanks to

i71! ?Itiww 10-0. This wa* also the first game a* tying strings onto price tags, discards given to Goodwill Industries -
that a team in either league has : stuffing envelopes, addressing en- 1* getting not charity but a
been held scoreless this season. velope chance to earn her own way despite .
The VFW defeated SMU 18-12 The counselors were not satis her blindness. 't r
for Its first victory: ; and creates a fied. Surely there must be some job '

three way tie for 4th place with the For the first time la her life 39-year-old Goldie Valek has a Job, more Important than such menial VFW AUXILIARY
Elks SMU
Junior Leame and VFw. thanks te Goodwill Industries. Miss Valek has been handicapped chores that she could handle. MEETS MONDAY

a sr' +rrv since childhood by blindness, but Goodwill taught her te Iron by; touch. She was put on a steam Ironing .
Morrel hit home runs The regular meeting of the Lad.
Ntv she's a taxpayer Instead of
4 a tax user. line at the Goodwill plant.
in three straight appearances last lei Auxiliary of the VFW will be
week to take over the home run Goodwill Industries Miss Valek who moved to St. Miss Valek caught on right away held at the Poet Home, at 7:30:
leadership. Each team has won at Petersburg :years ago from Cleveland to Ironing by touch. She did a good p.m. Monday night, August 5th. _
least two games in the Junior Ohio, had never had a job job ;jas good as the women with
Helps Handicapped"Ironing
League. Any team could win the until she was referred to Goodwill normal sight. .. '

championship with four game left by touch It's easy a little more than a year ago. One of the big thrills In the life ( I .. { ;

to play. when you've been blind all of your She lives with her father who Is of this .,et1r old woman wa '
t The winner of the Junior\ League life. 76. Because of his advancing age when she applied for, and received -
will Pl All-Star team consisting The speaker is 39-year-old Goldie It was necessary that Miss Valek her social security number and I

of'lve players from each of Valek one of many "success stor learn a trade so that when he dies card.
the teams. I ies" at the Goodwill Industries she will be able to support herself. For the first time in her life she THE ONLY THING\ M'I
W. C. Reynolds, Albert Morrell plant in St. Petersburg, Jobs for the blind There are not had a job-was a taxpayer Insteadof EXASPERATING)( THAN A
ON THE CHALLENGE COURSE are Bobby Hare 14. and Steve Schneider have been selected a tax user win WHO CAN COOK I
0 the pirrellel bin and Danny Krledler, 14, cllmblnr the ".u. Fifty to finish out the season as When her one week vacation BUT wo 'T. IS THE: WIFE
(MT rwUis. between the aces of I and 1C use the course d..1D" an elM umpires. Reynolds will officiate In JIF WHO CANT COOK BUT WILL
to !taprore their atandlnn polnt-wke. with\ \the beet vullfilnf time both leagues with Morrell helping NOTICE
itBiining en the records-BTAFF PHOTO. in the Midget League\ and Schneider News and Views. :
In the Junior League. Believeme
these are "brave menu!11 t IN THM COHHTV JUD06s' COURT
Clewiston Physical Fitness ('Brave IN AND FOR HRWUIIT COUNTY,
as meaning great of your County Agent KLOH1UA
ports) IN RE: ESTATE OF )
A player must have at least ten DAISY MAli! CHRISTENSEN) No.
Prospers During Second Year official times at bat in order to FRANK POLHILL NOTICE Drai*<1 TO CREDITORSAll

Qaulllfy for the league tytting creditors of the estate 0'.
d. i
Fuller director of the ed by the champion in either league .
Eugene local VFW Post and er- ca ". arc hereby notified and required
and Water Control Not Merely DrainageIs to flU cUlmn or demand
Gewlston Recreation Program rected by Fuller on Central Play which they may any have icilnit. aid I
director of the A.A.U. Physical ground. salute in the office of the county
ntnesi Program in Florida this The program underway has !84 Midget LeagueMIDGET Key To Our Agricultural ProgressThose I In Judge the of courthouse Hendry at County LaBclle Florida, Florida l "
week gave a summary of the sea actually participating in the Challenge LEAGUE STANDINGS within six! calendar month j ,1
cod year operation in Clewiston. Course activity and 70 chil Team W L Pet GB, of us who have lived here tricts operating within Its boun from the date of the tint publication
during the initial dren for length of time have seen daries. of this notice Each claim. or
Last competing in any
year the overall .
Legion 8 0 1000 demand must be In writing and
year of the president's physical program which is in its sixth Uons _..__ 6 1 .8001% water standing on 4/5 of an Hen- Examples of these are Sugarland must state the place or residenceand 1963 Ramblers Ii
finest program two of OewJ ton'. dry county at one time; and the Flaghole and Diston Island Drain poit-office, address of the claim.

youth finished top In the nation In VFW Kiwanis..?...,_..,..?...._.,-? 6 1 1 5 .800.1675 1ft, cry then from everyone" was "drain age Districts and the New Bolles :ant claimant and must hie agent be worn, or hie to by attorney the i:
fteir age group. Gretchen Bryan age-drainage. Drainage District recently organized 1 or It will become void according
flubbed first In the 8-9 year old '.ir SMU _,L 15 .1675 But since then we have had ..ol'llleof in the muck area couth of ;to law The law requires. claim. to I,I'
ELKS ..?.?.?.,...?__ 1 5 167 5 be filed In duplicate.Dated I'
lirli and Mike! Davis. first In the LAST WEEK'S SCORES the driest times in our history. Clewiston.AU July II, 198'
1-7 rear old bracket, in the national Legion 7-Lions 5 We are probably as dry right now of these district use primary /U J. C. BEALETEAccutor of the Estate of

( AAU program. Leaders in the Challenge Course Klwanls 26-Elks 13 as we have ever been at this time facilities controlled or owned Daisy Mae Christensen,
This year Fuller initiated the : of :year and so now wiser headsare by Central and Southern'Flor. dmteaeedCARLOB .
presently are Matthew Prewitt and. VFW 14 --SMU' W 4 R. DICKEY
Oallenge Course as part of the I Jallnda Davis age 7; Mike Davis Lions 10-Elks 0 talking In terms of water CONTROL ida Flood Control District or coordinated ,Attorney' for Executor 3ii c SU&ARUNP HW* 1
over-ill! physical Cues program. and Diane rather than just "drainage." with FCD and the U. S. .Clewlnton, FloridaCN ,
Davis age 8; Kenny Klnwanls 11-VFW 5 C 180Au
llaterlal for the course was donat-- Brannen and Brenda Waldron, age Legion 12-SMU 5 This I feel I* a very necessary Corps of Engineers >. 1, e. 11, II. Ittl ..1

11; Jimmy Radish and Judy GAME SCHEDULE adjustment In thinking, and can I

Brantley age 12: Danny Krledler, Friday, An*. I- not be overemphasized.In .
ladies Summer 13, Don Yoder 15; Frankie Robertson Elks vs Legion recent years, a number of
18.OveraU. SMU Kiwanis counties have had legislation passed
leaders in the A.A.U: Monday.. Aw. $- authorizing! the creation of Water : I
Bowling League Physical Fitness Test are Mark Lions vs Kiwanis management districts I feel.i GIGANTIC : :
Irandon,fiinna! Faye Sexton and YFW vs Legion. this type of legislation Is an 1mprovementtt ; ;
pint < not .. .. .. .
Bebe Watklnstumble it the Glades Bowling Lane. for a and Kim: Murphy 8-0; Keith Carter SMU VI Elks only drainage works, but water r'+! II
W series and led her team the and Brenda Waldron 10-11() ; Lions v* Legion conservation (storage) works. Thus 3) j/.J w:
Hit-Fits to a big 2,206 serka and we have broader authority to per f
Gerry Weaver and Judy Brantley FrIda,. Anc. t- -. /1" : i
in 828 game. 12-13; and Bobby Hare. 1415. Kiwanis vs Elks mit better water management TENT \:' :
\ (
TEAM STANDING VFW vs SMU than mere drainage.I
Teas W LJlis.Flts am sure everyone realizes that ""' 'f
(This completes regular :
Swimmers Off Tp season I
19 13 schedule. Make will over-drainage can be as disaster .1 .
up games
Jolljtttes 19 ,13 Winter Park Meet be announced). OIlS as flooding, although not as

to and Downs 16tf 15% Members of the Clewiston lie- TOP TEN BATTERS spectacular.The .

Sugar Babes 15 17 creation Department Swim Team Name Team AB H Are water management districts REVIVAL I
Jane' Gang 13% 18% left last night for Winter Park, Shaffer Elks 6 4 .667 can build maintain and operate J
Stooges- 13 19 where they will take part in the'long Wlaeman __ VFW 6 4 .667 a variety of works promulgate
IND SERIES course" Junior Olympic ___ VFW
& Catkins Prldeen 11 7 .636 rules and regulations and control
r. Carlin 848 'Swimming Championships. Nelson ..:--_ VFW 11 7 .636 water levels. Many of them have 1, I 1
C Wilson 438 Seventeen boys and girls are Clark Kiwanis 7 4 .571 authority to levy; ad valorem taxes I I I
430 ,slated to participate In the 50 meter Krledler "'_ Lions 16 9 .563 Some districts are set up separate I I
,. WaWns'KD SINGLE GAME length pool which will be a B. Redisb Legion 16 9 .563 from the board of county commissloners. : Next to Post Office in Clewiston
J. Byrd first for most of the team memo Ede __ Lions 23 12 .522 Other districts are the result
11. 170 I hers The meet is scheduled for S. Han Kiwanis 14 7 .500 of county enabling legislation
Evans ,
168 .August 1, 2, and 3. Forshee SMU 10...5 .500 and they operate directly: under the

r- Davis __ SMU 6 8 .500 commissioners.: The preceding Voice of Deliverance Crusade

New Shipment Craft Display TOP PITCHERS generally applies, but there armany
Name Team W L Are
Just ArrivedWILKINSON I variations. ..
Planned Aug. 8 R. Miller Legion 3 0 1.000 Drainage districts are primarily ...
B. Redish_ Legion 3 0 1,000
A Crafts Display is being planned for the purpose of removing

Super Sword Edge for Thursday, August 8 at the Clark RoJoubek__Kiwanis Lions 2 1 0 0 1.000 1,000 water from swamps and overflow Begins at 7:30: Friday Night Aug. 2 \
Wetherald Youth Center with open lands In order; to permit develop : :
S. Han Kiwanis
Stainless 1 0 1.000
Steel house being held I from 7 to 9 p.m. ment. This is u ally agricultural
Stile Kiwanis 1 0 1.000 i
The exhibit will Include I handwork but residential and commercial .
Razor Blades Robertson Lion 1 0 1.000 bene- Two Weeks of I
from Mrs. Hair's group at development frequently are
Don't let the nigh school and students from fitted sooner or later. :1HEAVEN'S

Bother Summer Heat Central Playground. The chow 1* Junior LeagueJUNIOR Accordingly drainage districts: '. '
use Your'Shaving. sponsored by the Clewiston .Recreation are quite valuable. The drainage JUBILEE : ,
Stainless SteelExclusive Department LEAGUE STANDINGS district can function, and frequently
Razor Bitirlt sill Teams W L Poi OB does; within the framework ofa f ', t

I Beardaley __.... 4 2 .667 larger water management dis With EvangelistCS.5Upthegrove I '
Doll Show SuccessThe
Firemen -S 2.800 V4 trict. The drainage district provide

I :Doll Show sponsored by tne Rotary -......, 2 3 .600 1% through, the cooperative action '
NORBIN'Sfarm Clewiston Recreation Department Glddens 2 4 .333 2 of the landowners the necessary I'

at the Youth Center last Thursday LAST WEEK'SSCORES local land, or secondary [ .
hSupply night, was very successful' according : Firemen 15 Glddens 4 works which removes the water i
and Ran to Gene Fuller, director. Beardaley 18-Rotary 7 from.the land and discharges It In
Over 150 visitors attended the Glddens 9-Rotary 3 to the primary works of the water
open house. Beardlle1Firemen' management district Special Music by !
r- SCHEDULE The Central and Southern Florida

Thursday, A... 1- Flood Control District ix this "The Singing Stricklands" F FPRAYER :

Beardsley vs Rotary type; of large water management i :
LOW PAYMENTUsed Firemen vs Giddens district, with many drainage dls- ,
DOWN Tuesday Asur.Beardsley /-

Rotary v* GlddensThsnday vs Firemen for the SICK l in Service : '

Trailers A... 5ALLSTAR Every : :

8x27 ................ $995.00 GAME ,
7.00 P. M. I
X 37..1.$1095.00
reaAJI H AT UDSI Be in this Heaven Sent God i :
3 Bible I
bedroom -. J 10 wide, J 1962. Mazzlna Glddens 3. 1.000 wrought, ,.taughtREVIVAL i : ,

3S* MorreU.Beardsley S 6 .750
to 55' new 10 widea Dana Giddent 12 'f' JK 'j I /

Worth Glddens 4 J .500 .
Loco> down payment and low payments.! Bible .... Beardsley 15 7 ..487 seer 11IttcImtoIIIMrt,,,,,-'.'
Robertson Rotary IS' .467 ItI 1eM
L. Howard Rotary 13. .462 Contact lilt WcayI"I 1
10 J wider
start at $3500. M. Morrell Firemen 21. .429 I

Crockard Rotary 18. ..375 "
16.ott1eBeareWe 14. .357

Name Teaaa W L Ave Vann Outpouring I :
Bible _, Beardsley 2 0 LOOO : I
J390 palm Beach Blvd. Ft. Myers A.; Morrel Beardtley 2 1 1.000 .Ph.
!lain M. Morrell- Firemen' 1 0 LMO YU 2597)1TATtf ) //1
Office 1130 N. Trail fcst Johnson _Beardsley 1 0 1.000 In the 20th
)Martinet... Glddens 2 1 ...67ffetcfaer CenturyrumClNG ',
North of Edison Bridge Firemen 2 1 467 *< PANMfX I ) \:

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tit advance to determine thetrt teats up rapidly," he explains. Ie,. of Agriculture has been presented In the state's public school
SIx THE CLEWISTON NEWS ClewfJlion, time the consumer hat been using ante \
Section One Thursday, August I, 1963 Fla'i coop electricity. schedules, requiremenU and services Fresh air cannot enter, andthe, dog with a blue ribbon for a visual has been furnished with n T!!!
a The co-op was formed in 1944,I ," he add. will suffocate I aid he designed to teach train atructlonal aids by ibe FlOrt?
electrification to Florida's vocational Power and
: and operated at a loss until 1954. If you use the family car on Light liar.
Its growth has been steady, and your vacation trip you'll have freedom U-F Professor agricultural students Awards Ida Power CorporatlonnpG, ] s,,
Glades ElectricMembers$52,247 Pays each refund made during the last of choice concerning yourdog's I are presented each ;year in six Company and Tampa EtectrMTSugarland .
four years has increased. The first routine. Dr. Plummer emphasizes Wins Top HonorsA i categories by the Committee on ---

refund, in 1960, totaled 30633. that a long trip in hot I' University of Florida agricultural : Extension, American Society of
I |
It was "1,087 In 1961 and $47,333last weather can be hard on a dog I' engineering professor has designed I Agricultural Engineers Pharmacy

year. However, yon can easily keep I a display] for teaching the I The display designed by Prof.
In a letter to members, your pet comfortable. Just I principles of electricity that has Rogers consists of a peg board and PIZZAYU
Irby said "It is the plan and soak two large bath towels In received top honors in national series of cards which can be changed
hope of your Board and Manager eold water, wring out the erects competition. for Instructional purposes. Each 2.3311SundaFeature

Glade Electric Cooperative, dividual customers, with the that we will be able In the to and place the towels on Prof. Clarence J. Rogers, Col,vocational agriculture department
continue this each year the ear seat for the dog to lie
Inc., this week announces that Its 152447 mm prorated among -
fourth annual capital credit' payment members beginning with the future. We hare, what we on. Water evaporlatlng from -
i> to members will total 153247 ,- month of July, 1954. as that think, li an adequate reserveto the towels will help keep the
I a;4 this year. was the first month the cooperative see us through a hurricane. dog cool preventing beat pros
'l This brings the total in refunds got out of deficit Should we have a bad burro tratlo...

!r': to co-op members to 11/1,300 during operation cane and below It what reduces we think ear reserve Is "Don't leave :your dog in t dosed -
.', the four years the payments car during hot weather," warns
The sum paid to each member- a safe point, we will have to
I have been made, co-op managerW. the Agricultural Extenston vet
'" B. Irby, Jr. reported. consume will be based on the discontinue the refund until erinarian. "Even though the windows -
amount each has paid for electricity : the reserve can be bunt backup be several inches For the Beefeater -
]Refunds will vary toa and also on the length of to a safe point." open
the Interior of a standing car
The co-op, which serves members

bee and Highlands counties, has Public Notice ROAST PRIME RIBS of BEEF au JUS
," Pursuant to the provliloni of Section 1ST.11, Florida Statute of and annual
1141, a* amended by Section S of Chapter till, Law* of Florida Acts some 1,700 members an
of 1151, notice I I. hereby given that public hearing shall be held by the payroll of 1111.038. Its headquarters '
: County Board of Public Instruction of Hendry County, Florida, on August in Moore Haven. NOTICE Or APPLICATIONFOR
I. im, at the hour of 1:00 p m In the county Courthouse at LaBelle. for are
tale purpose of d!.cui.lng with the cltlieni of the County the proposed TAX DEED Baked Idaho Potato;
school budget of laid County for the fiscal year beginningJuly 1. Itll, Notice If hereby given that Hr-
and ending June IMI.whlcb tentative budget I* ummarlaed a* followi I : Advice Offered ben and Fountain, the holder. of the
PART 1 following certificate han filed laid with
BUDGET FOR THE SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS certificate for a tax deed to b. I..
I.. A. Balance on Hand S 114114Earmarked For Dog Travel sued thereon The certificate number -
11. Anticipated Rec.lpla: and year of luuanee the description '
i State and F.d.ral Fund. 4(5.S40II "Rover" can be a good vacation aO the property, and the" Creamery Butter or Sour Cream & Chive Dressing '
State FundiCounty .711IIS companion if you take a few sensible name which It was aliened :laai
Uvneral Taxe* ,171 followiCertificate:
County District Taxe 14511 canine precautions, Dr. Ben No. 11
1 Other Source _____ 1147 Plummer, Agricultural Extension Tear of (nuance, 1M1
Description of property! Lota IS,
TOTAL ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES fl.081.188 veterinarian at the University of It Block 411 Tossed Green Salad
C Proposed Expenditure.: Florida, points out. frame In which aliened: A. L. *,
General Control ___________________________________ 40111 Juanita Johnion.
Instruction 181$7 "Where' you ore going, your All of acid property being In the Choice of Dreuing
1 Operation 01 Plant 40100 means of transportation, how long County of Hendry, and City of Clew

( Auxiliary Malntenanc.I Agencies IS 44:000 170 the trip will take and your dog's liton.Union State auch of certificate Florida or certificate

Fixed Charge __ 11.000 temperament are all important factors ohall be redeemed according ; Rolls & Butter Beverage
law the
Capital Outlay II109II property In such
to consider, when the familypet
Debt Service certificate/ or certificate will be
I Other Operating Expen.. f:50 141* is included in ;your vacation old to the highest bidder at the

I Anticipated Earmarked Balance Funds and Reiervei 15.000 plans." ton front, Florida door of, at the eleven City Hall clock Cleirlc X Mon Two dollars Seventy-five' Cents
125101 "If you Intend to cross a the flnt I Monday In Month. of
TOTAL PROPOSED EXPENDITURES state or International border, September 1113 which !I. the Ind
day of September
BALANCES 1163 Dated thli
AND RESERVES PART II .1,0(1141 your dog will need a health 11th day of July. 19 JFRZD .
Balance and Reaerve ______. .147 City Clerk .
Anticipated Receipt ... ... _...'_; ___' $ o el rabies vaccination the City of Clewliton, Florida
Proposed Expenditure' __. .. -,. ?, .. .. 5.147 veterinarian '81'. "Health certificate By Chief Marie C. Webb
Anticipated Valance and Riser* __. 0 laws, InnocttJatton re- CN ,7T Deputy Clerk
1 necessary The mlllage revenue to be for levied the budget on the for 1913 the Aiienment ensuing year Roll are to :produce the qvlreinente and other rules July 15, Aua- 1, (. II, Itlt

County County Support District and Maintenance Fund ,10 mllli\ petralning to Importation of animals NOTICE' or INTENTION TO Other excellent table d'hote or a la carte items
Support and Maintenance Fund mllli\ RROISTER
from state to state FICTITIOUS !'NAME
District No I Interest and Sinking Fund vary The <
Complete detail. of each lepcrat part of the ichool budget .umrnarlied and county to county," he ex that undu.l.nld I am conducting doe hereby Skating eartlfy '

office of above the County are on Superintendent file and are available of Public for Instruction public Inspection at the Courthouse at the- plains. under Rink bualne.e the fictitious at Clwlton a Florida., Serving 12:00: to 2:30: and 6:009:30

Inc together at LaBell with. Florida all and will also b. available for such public hear- If you plan] to travel to vacation ROLLER RINK name and of that 8UOARLAND laid
I' supporting tatment and Information sites train bus rather firm la composed of
All 'interested peron. by plane, or the following
I cordially Invited to
participate In this publ
hearing for the ensuing and to dlMU" the school program and budget for thus County than by private car, Dr. Plummer residence persona whose are a.name.follow and*: places of *
year recommends shipping your dog Florida M Whitten
t. By J. HOMER BIBLE ahead by railway express, air express Clewliton.Eat Baa-amor Florida'W"1 Avenue

,. .; I, CN |7J 6ecrtry and Superintendent or air freight "Be certainto 0: UGA LAND ROLL
v! August I, U8I. contact all rail or airline well ER RINK in follow I :
: Florida' M. Whitten
I 1",.. I Clewlaton 114 Bait Saramore Florida Avenue The Clmviston Inn

It U my Intention to apply to the
for of the circuit Court la and
I YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A Hendry County. Florida to re.-
,I BIJ. name of Buf' nd Roller
torn under the provlilon of Chap- Clewuton Florida Telephone YU 2-3501
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b, GLADES N2 990 0-6
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Based en O.resssr

double occupancy \'j.. Your chin of I .
Patronage Capital Credit for period from

Juh ,451!> to December 16. 19J 62___,
(Package Bites

May lat to Dee. 1st) Payment on Capital Credits 6.50 xt 4

Balance of Capital Credit 76.50
That's All You Pay For 7 Day. and 6 Nights

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Including Breakfast & Dinner .. ................ .. ...... .... ... .

I C O [""TINd FUND .

I ISTLoinrioaily fnroUhcd rooms or suites Hotel rooms and efficiencies. GLADES ELECTRIC: COO IRATIVIL INC. N! 990 D.c -''-7-

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!.... This check, and 1,668 others wi1be\ distributed! paying $46,000 in annual

I !9 Capital Credits payments to Glades Electric Cooperative members in

i Glares) Hendry, Highlands and Okeechobee counties a dividend from

t I M their investment in providing the comfort and convenience of modern living

ld : to' this 1f<" re&through the Rural Electrification Administration program.f .

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tfto" :(Thisyear's* $52,247: refund again reflects a steady growth'for the co-op.

Payments totaled $30,633 when begun in 1960.
In 1961 $4 J .067 was refunded

I Sea Breeze Motel & Villas years have, and been last year 171300.s return was $47,353. Total 'payments for the four

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1 I : AIr c-BU0M4 'IN.. I Glades ;:Electric/
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Clewiston, Ha. '
Thursday August. 1. 1909U.S.D.A. "
Section One \
; ''SOft Fla. and will ]leave with hie' I :
family for the new location within

_....;pHONE'iEDp RATES yUkon:31201y Four cents I FOR SALE Payroll envelopes REGISTER NOW Clewiston VeterinarianDr. I a few to days.It not.known who is assigned
)Snlert1on. 10 centsm'rldnup printed wtlh form for social security School of Ballet. Ages 4 and up. : ''t: : this. but
pe1' veterinarian In area
.: four lDIert10Dator withholding and other deductions Inquire* Janet Ihii ':!:: Wm. C. Davis, veterinarian as I
chug Adams, 3-1572 "
I ; :':' Davis said there was a posalbility -
of Agriculture
prk of three.j Box of 500. Clewiston : for the US. Department
the Barbara
Comrie 2-487L 8
; Aug p would
News Office. ha* been transferred to a that the new vet re-
I HAVE the facilities to place FHA :: new territory centered at MadU'aide in Fort Myers.
FOR SALE 1 O. E. clothes ;
I1 dry insured mortgages. For .information .
er, 1 Neon light fixture 2 fans, about conditional commit-
1 double bed .'
frame with bead 1'
ments call Rachel Padgett YU
board, 1 Electric waxer, 8 outside 3-1941 j:1
- -REAL ESTATE light fixtures, assortment Choice Residential CornersOne

Lff. O'BISPO. Unfinished steel rugs pillows, bedspreads, draperies SINGER SEWING MACHINE
haUl.. Will sell a. li OK-Chobee MoteL representative will be at GId- r
1II complete 1U'1 to buyers speclflca- tic dent Furniture Store each Friday.For : in NW sector, HO'x 125'I ;

!/I tIODI. Exclusive.lORTHSIDES. bedroom frame, FOR House SALE Trailer- 1958 cash Pathfinder or terms. or call parts YU 2-6721.sales service stop tic in \\ ]; both streets paved and paid for *:
$10.000. 2 bedroom frame, Easy lift trailer hitch completewith BLUM & SONS PLASTERING Priced to Sell. : i ; t tOne i
IIORTHSIDE electric brake 12 ft boat Very Best Work t
19,000. avalla b1 e.I and 7tt HP Evlnrude motor. We Save You Money THAT 1t)0 MUCH MONEY. AFTER I
J DES IS NEW 2-BEDROOM.. J Phone YU 2-3091. tic Pastering Simulated Stone ALL THERE'S'' ONIY WEEDS OH IT.* i
I Hardwood Stucco-Free Estimate
frame 125'
bath FOR SALE-1960 1WU,-Owens fiberglass Licensed and Insured in NE sector 100'x

JSL Broward Palm boat with 80 hp Mercury 25 Years In Business nominated should be
In persons currently
electric motor with of homes
and 3850 Lora Street Pulpwood Is neighborhood new
and Dade counties vart- trailer. Brand active farmers or ranchers .
Beach new windshield and
Small0a cash Fort :Myers, Fla. tfc who best ,'
and price. are qualified for county t\\
rises top. Motor his less than 100 hours levelA
ED 74171 or OX 4-2874 committee work and who will be Elevation well above street,
PinenE0R running time Can be seen at 721 Hendry County'sTop
Efficiencies and representative of the various types
i RENT Cortex. Phone YU 2-T151 or YU '
available. of! agriculture. real bargain.
t housei ss 3-2571. tic
I Over 1000 vacant lots to select lOST !J'FOUNDREWARD Shortly after the August 9 deadline Forest Crop I

icon for .n purposes. Various FOR SALE 1946 Chevrolet. Contact for accepting nominating pe-
picas\ Terms. INCOME Bob Overbolt Jr. YU 25641AugSc titions the ASC county committee Pulpwood production In Hendry J. E. BEARDSLEY
AND For the return of a will make such additional nomina County reacmJ 4,217 cords In 1962.
PROPERTY: black Chllhuahua female dog lions as considered necessary and Errors In statistics for 1961 makeIt REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER ,
I MONmLY RENTAL. Recent FOR SALE Parrakeets, $2.00 desirable to complete the slate ofomlnees. I Ii
I3fIJ Answers to the name of Cookie Impossible to compare produc- YU 2-7501
I OS construction $25,000. up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds Call YU 2-7258 Auglc At least six eligible nominees -tion with the previous year The Clewwton
I LONG TERM, low Interest farm, monkeys, cages supplies. are required to complete the Florida Forest Service released ,
I cane, grove and ranch mort- Pet boarding Thompson Wild late! and August 15 la the deadline the 19S2 figures and pointed out the I i l
$50,000. Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- .
1 I OKI. minimum for completing this action. Any person figures for 1961 showed 155 cords. lr
LISTINGS NEEDED 1236. tic ffi steUaneous Wanted nominated by petition who is However, one producer In the county r
J. M. LANKFOKDler. found to be ineligible will be prom produced more than the 1961
teal Estate Broker mew SUPPLY OF SCRATCH ply notified: and he may appeal to \total..
530 East Sugarland Highwayfire PADS are ready. News office the county committee at any time MODEL HOMES \
Auto and General WAITRESS WANTED-Apply!: In prior ;to the deadline date for com- Throughout the south pulpwood
Insurance person. Canebrake Restaurant, production was up. The south harvested I
pletion of the slate of nominees.
FOR SALE two nice 21-inch Zenith
Ph. YU 22161I tic 58 percent of the wood
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Qewlstnn, TV'S, $39.95 and $69.95. One Further information on eliglbllty -
pulp In the United States during the and Alverdez Avenues t
requirements and other details Olympia
I GREATER THAN Jacobsen, 24-ln riding mower with year The ten southernmost Florida I
I DEMAND EVER for houses, acreage, bustI grass attachment like new condition ASC Petitions : ot of the the TSC ASC elections elections can be ob- counties produced 26,889>> cords. New 2 or 3 Bedroom Homes from
be ob-
I testa We have customers wait- ; lilt for $36995, win sell for For NomineesThe In Moore Haven. can an Increase rf little DON than MO
I hi LIlt your property with us. $185. One Sarlo 21-Inch! mower in ACS Committee cords over the previous year.
| I Jt. Btardstey. Ph. YU 2750Ltfo good condition, $75. 36 24x24 beautiful announced Hendry today County that nominating The rail-siding value of the Hen- $350 DOWN
patio stones reinforced with for ASC committeemen Law Tightened dry county wood Is estimated at ..
steel wire Two Halo, 6-ft. high approximately 163,000.
will be accepted at the ASCS
wardrobe closets, $25 each. One On Notary Public '

FOR RENT set headboards.twin headboards LaByerf, MoteL two double tic t.county Eligible office persons through nominated Friday Aug by TALLAHASSEE: Secretary of Two Richard Long Approx. $70. Per Month :: :; I
State Tom Adams Florida's ,
petition will be placed on the bal says There are two Richard Lonp.nd -
lot to be used in the forthcoming 0,000 notrales public will have to Richard Long,whose address
1 1 BEDROOM cottages: beach front ASC committee elections. be asolutely honest in certifying if the Laurel Oaks, and who is Built by Kendall Construction Co. '. ';, I
sod beach side, available. for Services The chairman of the ASC County documents after Sept. 1 or face a wall-known, Clewiston, wants It
Dust Call MO S-6361 or write BUiness$ Committee Julian M. Dickson possible penalty of up to five years known It Is' another Richard Long West Palm Beach Phone JU 5-1771
I to 2732.Fort Myers :Beach. augSc explained that nominating petitions in jail and a $5,000 fine who has been bailed Into court a
must be signed by at least six persons Adams has been alerting the no- couple of times recently. Shown by appointment call
| rOHRENT-Furnlshed cabins ant, who ere eligible to vote In the tads public to a law paued by the The names are Identical-but ,
trailer Johnson Fishing Camp PAINTING OF ALL TYPESIndoor ASC committee elections. An ellgiUa the 1983 Legislature which goes there resemblance eDd.l.WJL'f .
TU$.11$1. tie outdoor. Contract or by voter is any persons having Into effect Sept. 1. The law states J. E. Beardsley Sales AgentClewiston
hour. Free estimates. Any size Job. Interest in a farm as owner, tenant, that a notary who falsely or fraudulently IS GOODWILL!
FOR RENT 2 and S room funtlsbcd For additional information call notarizes a document will Phone YU 2-7501
or sharecropper and who is eligible The idea behind Goodwill Industrles -
apartment. Phone 2-1271. Town Paint & Hardware. YU 3- to participate In any of the Federal be guilty of a felony and subject to is to provide for handcapped, I
tfc AugWo
1141 farm programs administered by a fine or Imprisonment people to help(themselves.. The ideaIs
| IOR RENT 3 bedroom house, SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom the ASC county committee Jtaevlously.4he notary publitlaw translated Into ectloa by'Contribution .... ., --' 1\\
turahhed, 417 E. Trinidad. Phone made. Complete line of Mr. Dickson pointed out that did not set forth 1 penalty for sucha from the public of usable
I TU 107921. itc drapery and slip cover fabrics. since the committeemen to be elected Violation clothing end household articles I
Free estimates. Call YU 2-5831. will play an important part Notaries public are appointed by Jobs, vocational evaluation training ATTENTION !
I IOR RENT Trailers and Trailr Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand in the agricultural affairs of the the governor and commissioned by end wages are made possible I
ipacei. Royal Palm Trailer Upholstery, tic county during the coming year, the secretary of state. Some 15,000 for handcapped people who repair

I Put Phone YU :2-2603. tfc\'.................._...__.....--.-.............-..-.......- .new commissions arc made annually.and recommisions and resale.recondition the donated articlesfor Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK
IOR RENT-Bedroom with prlyaG =
bath. Phone 2-6881. W. B. TO THE FUTURE AND


abutment Available July 1, 615L Phone 924-5660 Pahokee, Fla.
Trinidad. Phone YU 24653. tic
Howell Wilmoth & Associates A ';
FOR RENT Bedroom, private SEE US TORBOTTLED 205 Worth Ave., Palm Beach BANK ,
ttth ud private entrance Gen- GAS AND GROCERIES: MORTGAGE LOANSAt Will FBrish. Cask TeBaftaaaee debte.Fntaaee ':r I I
temp only. 308 E. Circle Drive, ..... "
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ACREAGE RANCHES -'FARMS Assist. purchase ef a farm trey er.' ranch. I
e Fr did. capital funds for the farm eaterprise.ONLY .
miscellaneous for Sale POWER GASCORPORATION For Your Spur of Moment Picnics O MORTGAGE INSURANCEYour A LAND BANK LOAN f
Business is AppreciatedS HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES lr i "

Four Miles East of Clewiston 1. Lower payment. .
lOa SALE German Shepherd X. Laager terms (Cap te M yean). '.'

ran Puppies, 10 miles at Griffin south Brothers'of ClewistonaugSp Sod CALL COLLECT Bare Beach Off. 8441353R.S. .. since-:1.: :: service serving agrlealtara ezefaatnly "i

a road' 132. South Bay WY M521BENDKY VI 8-2682 4. Fan prepayment privileges without Dainty "'f
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W.:MAKES 21" USED TV SETS COUNTYTide Attention CattlemenNew U wsem. ...11 service .. yea please write er pwuW.
til 85 down., nut & Abstract Co.
per month LAKE!: APPLIANCE L MAT. Mgr. er DOYLE K. ABBOT Asst. ..... I
CO..Yu2.7151, tie Title Abatr.cts-T1W tosaranee fa the tone. te eeaseUaatarear Thurmond W. Knight f
Futile 8tesegrapba debts. with a bag term fans Federal Land Bank Association "

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Real Estate Lam. Fla. 1-8211 P. O. Box 141ORnn Federal Land Bank Thurmond Knight Realty. Inc. OFFICES of Bradentonsi j

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h I d I'I Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla. which the local manager call owner I nitrogen is cheaper than solid, and lag to advices from the State The 8 motel units originally, two additional was composedof units(I|Lee visited Pass the, and mother of little bloc

Section One Thursday, August 1, 1963 Butts In Lakeland every mom- solid potash is not needed after a Parks board. swimming! pool I I Washing D r,
and where
of the were added a they were .T
II ing to make reports or discuss: grove is five ;years or so old, so W. A. Davis, Jr., president guess of cars
units give sin and
I and
five new friends.
Soc In 1962 They
work plans.In most fertilizers do not contain pot Lake Okeecbobee: Historical report a IIIoIt t
... .ji .ji 15 units
t ".j modern delightful trip.
? this
ua f assisted in obtaining -
w. wnlch has
addition' to cane in almost ash. Frank PolhlU county agent, iety,
tE1 ; i il matters this marker for Hendry Coun. The Davis' moved to Clewiston Miss Josle Mae Boze is
every stage of growth there are who serves .. guide on such
acres of land being planted In citrus says this "wet-dry" operationsaves ty, was notified of the date this from Fort Myers, where they operated again after a delightful VaS
as part of the search tor an about $20 per acre. week. the Floridan Motel for approximately with her father and relatives !to
area where citrus will not freeze. Anyone interested Is Invited to 10 years Washington, D.C.
l Harry Blumberg, of Lakeland hasa In addition to cattle cane and attend the brief ceremony.. Eugene Tarver is resting muck
4-3 year old grove in this area, citrus, this area has a brisk sod Civic officials from the county IMPORTANT FOB ALL better at present but still confine '
planted before drainage was accessible :- business. Griffin Sod Company of and City of LaBelle, and other ed to Hendry General HospitaL
i Last winter the Cubans Fort Lauderdale, operate a fine leaders are expected to be present. Employment Is Ian ImporSarjl! I I
pumped water off their cane fields sod farm which creates a sort of"Oasis" part of life, for each of us. Opportunities -: HOSPITAL NOTES
i and the groves were flooded. Since in the rough and tumble for employment are often Colored patients admitted:

that time a canal has been dredged region. The company has such Plaza Motel Adds limited for'the handicapped. Nonprofit Tommie Coleman, Glenda Itom..
emptying into Miami Canal, so modern innovations as short-wave Goodwill Industries helps as, Leona Hunt Marie Colon
Blumberg and other owners now radio, electricity, nice house trailers Five More Units handicapped\ people lead full useful Colored Patients Remaining

7g tK have a place to pump their water. landscaped area, small two- recently lives by1 providing; 'jobs and Samuel Green, Angela DUo
and W. T. Lewis, contractor,
place plane, on
I for them. Goodwill'sjobs Eugene Tarver, Marie Colon Gleal
completed five additional units Job training; ,
Walter Manley of Lakeland has efficient cutting, loading and hauling
East Su and services\ for the disabledare da Thomas, Leona Hunt,Lula Cam.
some citrus In.thls area, and will machinery for the sod for the Plaza) Motel on
,through the repair ble, Maryetta Smith.
to the paid for
garland Highway, according
I .1.1I plant more: To reach some of it,
it is necessary to lave your car behind owners Mr and Mrs. W. A. Davis and resale of donated clothing end
SOME articles.
and ride a Jeep or a:.her farm The Davis', who purchased the household CARD OF THANKS
This canal with neatly traded and marl-surfaced road on each aide of Festival have reparable
vehicle.: Now you are truly down Bargain motel from Ed Drolet In 1961, are Goodwill when ;you We wish to
built landowner who Is alao a road contractor, Ewell Contracting express our since
It by
WI. discards.
business.New \
In the "New Frontier. You seethe enjoying a fine summer and
: Company of Lakeland. This Is a sample of the road work be- thanks deep gratitude to our
", dragline still digging the canal (Continued from Pace One) church members and
lag done by faraert and ranchers In the new area.STAFF PHOTO. many friends
which connects to the Miami Band To Play for the great Joy they brought ui
F' educated at Louisiana State University Canal; You inspect Manley' grove, To help advertise the Festival Harlem News Monday night at the surprise wed-
Modern Ag. and his speech bears little which was nearly hidden by Para Qewlston's Sugarland Band will ding shower In our honor..The ,
trace of his Latin background. grass until a rehabilitation program 1 brought will rein.
',\\1 travel to Moore Haven end LaBelle :you us long be
Continued from 1)) the SS Ranch, Inc., was started a few weeks ago. The Colored Community embered. May God
:' y ( Fare Opposite today via truck from which they Events and News Of Our continue to
weeds have been down
four draglines are run a coupleof bless each and all of
headquatrers, will play music and display banners you
{4'' pumps and Irrigation installed. at work ditching and clearing land times with a chopper and the of the sale.Tomorrow MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News, Editor Respectfully,
Manager Romeros of RIB Sugar in readiness for planting. grove has been fertilized twice. In Phone YU 2.7651 Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Mho
,,4f::1; it a very pleasing Cuban, who isas spite of grasshoppers and worms Friday, the band will Lee Fearsall. Joyce
much at home in the U. S. as he At O. V. Land Company's camp the grove was growing like mad. circulate throughout OewUton, DirectorAt Mrs. Ethel
I' I was in Cuba. Born of an American across the road a radio tower South ClewlstoB and Harlem playIng Jones, Oreentlne Fair, HEROINES
mother and Cuban father, he was rises from the shortwave set on Near this grove a farmer was music to attract extra attentionto Funeral HomeG. Guest from Rtita Camp were: OF JERICHOThe
Us fertilizer tank. It V. M. Holmes, Mr. B. Williams Everglades Court of the
refilling wasa the promotion after which band D. Rogers, Jr.. is the new Elder Heroines
"wet-dry" operation. The mach members will be treated at Sugar- mortician at Young's Harlem Fun- and a large group of friends.On of Jericho was organized at
ine had a hopper which held solid' eral Home, the name of which the menu was fried chicken, the masonic Temple. Officers elm
Pharmacy urlor to being
See Our Large Display potash and a tank which dispensed guests of the management of the is now changed to Roger's Harlem potato salad, punch and take. The ed were as follows:
liquid! nitrogen. Young Dixie Crystal Theatre. Funeral Home. guests departed wishing them Most Ancient Matron, Mrs. Mattie
groves need both, so this method of A special morning matinee _beginning Rogers has managed such outstanding much Joy in their wedded life. Hilton, Josuha, Taft Brown
Of New Mobile Homes dispensing it was invented. Liquid at 11 m.jyUl be an addltlonal homes as Rogers Funeral S. M., Mrs. Vera Mae Brown, J.M.

>, feature of the threatre, which Home, Bradenton, and the Hewing SPORTS EVENTS Mrs. Lois Thomas: Secretary,Mrt
43x10 1 2-bedroom will entertain the children while Funeral Homes of Bartow and The Harlem Globetrotters soft Cassel Harris;; Treasurer, Mrs
l adults shop "The Troop Family" Lake Wales. He is co-owner of the ban team played the Lake Harbor Dollle White; J. Attendant Mn.

55x10 2-bedroom will be shown with all seats 20 Rogers Funeral Homes at Bradenton Stars, Monday night, July 29 Thelma Ziegler; Outer Gate Keeper
: cents with his mother. Mrs. M. L. on the Harlem soft ball diamond.A Mrs. Annie L. Stinson; Directors,

I 55x10 3-bedroom The Sugarland Band, which has Rogers, a National Club Woman, large crowd witnessed a thrilling Rev Lee Jenkins and Selvin San
a flag concession, will also display treasurer of the Florida State Association game Lake. Harbor won by a score difer; Senior Attendant, Mrs. |

of Colored Womens'Clubs of 19-18 over the Globetrotters,The Luclle Wilson.
add color to
the flags Friday to
60x10 1 3bedroomLow the Festival next game will be played Monday The next regular meeting will beheld I

Rogers and his wife, the former afternoon Aug. 5 at 4:30: p.m. on Monday night Au,. 12,1963 at [
Rate Financing with G.E.C.C. Registration Blanks Hazel Zeigler of New Smyrna the Lake Harbor diamond. the Masonic Temple.

All participating'merchants havea Beach, have four boys, Garfield, Team line-ups were as follows
We also Carry Trailer Accessories supply of registration slips, which III, 12, Gul, 11, Guan Darling, 5, Lake Harbor Stan CHURCH :NEWS
are available for the asking no and Gregory David, 14 months, and Christine! Weston lit base New Bethel AME
: You Buy For Lessat purchase necessary] The only restrictions one girl, Gloria Burr, 5. Margaret Powell ___ Short StoP R"'. L. Holmes, pastor
are that registrant must The son of the late Dr. G. D. Clara Datson Right Field .Sunday School J:30 ..11I.
be at least 16 years of age and that Rogers, president of Central Life Gloria Perkins Center Field Morning Worship 10:55: un.
II owners, managers and their immediate Insurance Company of Florida, was Gloria Dunham 2nd base Evening Worship -_ 7 PIII.
families of participating formerly associated with .that com- Christine Moore 3rd bile Choir Rehearsal -.... Wednesday
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. I merchants are not eligible to win ; pany as director of public relationsand Ira Hall ....?.??? Catcher and Thursday nights.
any of the prlzea.Denaud" assistant to the president. He Earnestine Rudolph..... 3rd base I You are welcome to worship with j

U.S. 27 YU 2-2661 Typical debt In the new land Is is well versed in life insurance, Georgia Datson __ Pitcher us Incur services.
this drainage ditch through a newly and was employed in that field in Harlem Globetrotter
;t.JI I cleared area. Small culvert per Ceremony 1962-63 while studying at Boston Willie Mae Thomas Pitcher
mite flow of water through the University (or his Doctorate in Cora Anderson _?_.. Catcher Harlem Club
mock dike over which ''vehicles Saturday AfternoonThe Theology. Bettye Dixon ..._,...._ Short Stop Your Favorite Mixed Drink

may go from one portion! of Man- He Is a graduate of Bethune- Barbara Thlgpen! ............... 1st base Cocktails
1 i Mid Summer Special Ie,'. land to another. The entire placing of the Bronze marker Cookman College, received his Emma Dixon __ 2nd base Fried Chicken Sandwiches
I area la ditched like this for control on the hlstoriC.11, *, of old Fort' BS Degree in business administration Willie Dean Weekley __ 3rd base Recorded Music, Popular Bandt
I of water table In the soil.STAFF. Denaud will take place at two at Florida A&M University, Elizabeth Williams ._ Right Field Mr. and Mrs. Will WaDac,

Let Us PHOTO. o'clock Saturday, August, accord- the Bachelor of Divinity degree Alpha Ralph ....-?.-, Left Field Proprietors

from Gammon Theological Seminary Barbara Wilson __ Center Field

( Atlanta, and the Master of Clean-Up Batten
:' Air Condition a: : fJr1"irl\: rl fI"lJ..rf..". Sacred Theology from Boston Uni- Carene ReddIck, Isabelle Rease,

versity. His work at Boston U last Luclle Brown, Anne Stephens. Hilton's Grocery

I., se vl1cebulletin ;year was through a Unltarian-Unl- Groceries Fresh Meats
versalist Fellowship.
Your Car Vegetables
Mrs. Mattie Taft Brown
I Rogers attended the Welch Hilton Essential Items
Cold Drinks
School of Embalming at Birmingham end Henry Davis attended the Your Patronage
We Appreciate:
Complete With Installation Heroines and Heroes 8th annual
and the GuptonJonesSchool
Thnrstea W*
': Plan of Mortuary Science at summer outing in Tampa a week Proprietors
Easy Budget
(1 Nashville Tenn. He has held licenses ago this past Sunday.
f ( tax) as funeral director and em- Mr. and Mrs. A X. Robinson
balmer since 1940. have returned after a pleasant
He Is a 32nd degree Mason, a: vacation 'with relatives and friends I JULIA'S
f : BECK MOTORS charter member of the Elks Lodgein I in Albany, Ga. NOOKFor
Bradenton, and a supernumerary Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mathls and
baby Willie Lee Pass returned That New Look
member of the Florida Confer-
ence of The Methodist Church anda Friday, after a twelve days' vaca Tinting Styling CsiUaf
1 J Phone YU 3-1301 tion. Among the place. visited Ne Appointments..
F Ffl : member of the board of Education were and Saturday
: t and Church Extension of the New York, N.Y.. with brother and Mr*.Friday Jolla .e.. Propdel r
I conference. friends, New Jersey, where they
: '1'I I He won membership in Alpha '

Kappa Nu, a national honor society 'I
'r and is the only Florida memberof

", r I'.i1ab..0.-: 1 EpsIlon Nu Delta, the Negro ELITE GROCERY 8

Funeral Service Fraternity with
; headquarters in Chicago
He Is a World War U Air Force Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies
pU1TIN veteran and was a member of the

famous 99th Fighter Squadron, the Cold Drinks Clewiston News
: first All Negro Fighter Group to
see action In the history of this Other Items

I i;: country. He still holds his plolt's
card and is a member of Aircraft For 27651Announcement
.r Information Call YU
"Serving Hendry and Glades Counties" ra b No. 197708. He is also a notary
I f.\\ public. '

PROFESSIONAL e Rogers and his wife Hazel, hopeto
enter Into the social, religious

I and civic: life of this community,
PRESSWORK / where they are being warmly re-
e lved. He hopes to do some serious -
research and writing! in the
PRACTICAL field of theology His major purpose

l :t At the store with the he states, is to bring to Clew
I 1 talon Negroes a high degree of

PRICES. Checkerboard sign, of course competency in the field of Mortu-
ary Science and to serve them
II and the surrounding areas with The name of Young's Harlem Funeral
..... skin patience and understanding
s' "The foundation of business Home has been will be known
.1 my ; changed and
Right! Brand-new Horse Chow Checkers from
No job too large or he says, "will be courteous and
end your search for hay. This Checker (pellet) efficient service to all regardless

combines grain, roughage, ? of cost" as
,J small. and other vital ingredient ?
;. (, in Just the right amounts.: SURPRISE WEDDING

II % : Whatever can end :your search for quality r ,, SHOWERMr. Roger's Harlem Funeral Homein
your printing needs
hayl! If hay is_no problem, 4 and Mrs. Clayton MIxon
I, .you'll find us ready, willing and then ask for Purina Omolenethe were honored with a surprise

..r ?aWe to fill them! horseman's favorite for pun shower in their honor Monday the future.
more than 40 years. Both of oo night July 29, 1963. The scene of

Give us a call these great horse feeds from o a this lovely affair took place In
..' free estimates Checkerboard] Square are the edifice! of the Glorious Com-
". available ,in easy-to-handle munity Church, where friends had 0. D. Rogers: Jr., licensed funeral director, assumed

60-Ib. bags. Get yours today assembled with many beautiful and July 20-
I management: of the effective
Store with the Checkerboard useful gifts. funeral home
The at our -t ,
i CLEWISTON NEWS Sign.,, Mrs. Lola Mae Wiugh and
friends were responsible for this
Phone YU 3-1201 Central Ave. CORBIN FARM & RANCH SUPPLY lovely affair. Guest inclufed: : Mr. ROGER'S HARLEM FUNERAL HOME

l P. 0.:,Box 1236 Clewi ton, Fla and Mrs. Artie Askew and family,
'I T'' ,1; Mrs. Laura White, Mrs. Margaret
t --PUBLISHERS OF Sugarland Highway Clewiston, Fla., Watson Mrs. Roberta Johnson, 139 Tennessee< Phone YU 2-5651)

tmtBS* COUNTY NEWS. GLADES COUNTY: DEMOCRAT Mrs. Hannah Hill Mrs. Louisiana

PHONE OR 0-2MI PHONE WH 0-23Jl MWJVWWWfJWA Harvey.; Mrs. Alice Johnson Mrs
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((2)) To provide area residents with bonafide merchandise specialsVhlchwllI+ afford f- Register Jt 80 CI !
? them great savings; '. \. / store... d nypa I i
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((3)) To create a cooperative atmosphere and a closer relation betweenindividual.} \ 'P Chase Il Il1g r ;1
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The participating merchants whose stores are identified by large Window Numerous! Door
Prizes to Be i
banners -are offering a free trip to Nassau for two and numerous door

prizes,.which will be given away on the final day of the Festival. Drawing) for alj Given Away I 1

prizes'will be at 7:00: p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce Building JI i on. Sugarland) At Drawing l I'I I
Aug. f
Highway. 1" 5th I
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The participating merchants listed below I are offering many bargains during" f ".' the three You do not have to le present to win I, i
days of the Festival, some of which are advertised in these pages. I I:
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(Owners, managers and their immediate families are not eligible to win) I "

gistration Slips Are Available At; ::.All Participating Merchants: I 1: I j I II:I ;
tanbry Rambler Motors Frank's Grocery and Market : :- 'HoJiingsw rlh1s Shoes The Sport Shop I :,

Ben Franklin 5 & 10 Fry Hardware :., Old South Bar-B-Q Ranch The Toggery Shop t i '.

Bond StreetJewelers Giddens Furniture Company Parkinson's Dept. Store .Thrifty Drugs ;{A I; I :

chuck Wells Motor Company Glades Gas Co. .. Royal's, Inc. :': Town Paint & Hardware Co.t i) L t I

Qewiston Auto Parts, Inc. Glades Restaurant. Sugarbnd Pharmary"" Western Auto Store, "r : i : : '
Corbel Farm & Ranch Supply Hendry County Motors r. The Clewisten News :: x' Ii' I "
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TWO TIiE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston, Fla. Fish
g9 How Catch
,I Section Two Thursday, August 1, 1963 A
By the Numbers

t You will enjoy ionf stand still when you fish in
Florida. No matter what the
weather, ;your chance of catching
fish exceeds that of fishermen In
any other state, said J. W. Woods
fisheries chief Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission.
r According to Woods, many fish-
ermen have a tendency to slow up
their fishing activity: during the WiseResidents
summer months due to a belief
that fish stop biting In hot weather.
Actually, It's not the fish, but the
,' Regular $1498 Value Fishermen, that don't like hot
*( Weeds said the persistent
fisherman to the most sneceMfol !
We for the fisherman, and fisted
bought especially a series of "things to do" to
help Insure a successful, safe
t and enjoyable fishing trip: '
Clewiston Bargain FestivalStriped Hire a guide if you're not familiar SubscribeTo
with the water, or fish with
someone that is acquainted with
local conditions.
darkling sleeveless Arnel Jersey shirtwaist dresses Talk with local fishermen and The
get their opinion of when, where,

Arnel Jersey looks so graceful. asks no care ic how Fish and in what the the early fish morning are biting or

t You'll lire in this dark multicolor jersey in our hot fall days. late evening hours and keep alert
for sound or sight of feeding fUh.

SWIM WEAR SUMMER SHORT sunken Try to logs locate, shoals sharp, or drop-offs grassy, Clewiston News
areas Be sure to test them all.
& Beach Coats & DressesAll Check the water temperature
t I and try to locate a spring
New Summer Stock At or rain freshet where the Water
la cooler
Famous 30% Drastic Reduction Use several types tJf bait or
t' Brands o. lures and check the stomach contents .
d a of your fish to find what it \ :'.. 'i "i;(
was feeding! on. ',,'" ,,
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Try trolling or fishing In deep
f The Sport Shop water If other methods fail.
Observe all boating and water
safety regulations protect yourself -
l against sunburn and keep an CLEWISTON BARGAIN FESTIVAL
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Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston eye on local weather conditions. / '
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Fish relaxed and with confidence ,
and above all, be sure you "
v have the proper fishing license.Cor SpecialFor

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I'! bin's FoR HBADQUAItTBItS Welcomes!

A GAwmiy RON .
30' weeksof

f:m : Y-O-U To Clewiston's Bargain Festival'

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_o. Bloom Special I II

Town & Country lg: .- PLI'aECO5DAHIEa I
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;;. $1.67
L 1 t 1&6-6 Plus Natural Organics Good General Purpose PLANT iCiAWNiTUU.JMWSVSAiiri FOODS&HEM r s 25 lb. Bag '$1.t71

Fertilizer-Beg. $3.95 Re* $2.29 ,
I I -50 lb. Bag $ .991| :

i I 100 Ibs. $3.59 A TIMELY BARGAIN "# I Ii nIys2oo

{ :i "sunnila Chinch Guard Granules I II

"Sunniland"Garden : __ ..
Contains TRITHION Offer Good
tM Only August 2, 3, 4 and 5

Spray Re 3,000* $4.49Rids Sq. Ft.$o.39 I J. .." .,.. .- "' ..,. ".. .. ''''' ....... .
I your yard and I .

I garden of pests kills He 10,000>;. $11.70 Sq. Ft..$9.35 I '. ..' .A.X.. .A.X.. ,. .' .; ,
242 different Florida X
I 41 bugs Free use of our spreader for easy Application( I II .- . : .- .

I One Pint Free PEAT MOSS' !:': .. I II The Area's. Largest Weekly .

Newspaper -
l with each purchase of"Sunniland" I IRe .' _
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I $1.30 Rc 5.95 *
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1 Cu. Ft. Bale 99,. 6 Cu.i Ft Bale'$4.95 .
J. .' I iiuSc" """'UA"t I
;: "'t'laJGII 4 1 Appealing to the Entire'Family,I -
I I Value $8.45 "Sunniland" PEST LL II I

'1 I I Bargain Festival Price I
;, ;, Contains Ronnel for German Roaches
only News
Sports' Pictures
I Pint with Applicator ,I II .
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I ::1'". $5..7S'd 69I ct
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. 't I Pistol Grip Water Control Reg. 89c Social Activities 'and Club News

;! : I for easy, positive water cut-off at.sprayer.Automatic } I

Metering Stem- .

"1 I for scientifically"accurate dilution without '. e, FREE GIFTS *- ..: l.'.- I _.. ..
r .
i I measuring. No messy pre-miringt I .
t :I,: I Easy Application Attach product bottle and spray. Be"'Sure To Register ,In Our Store Forl I I The Clewiston News .I

: I Another "SUNNILAND" Special Free Gifts and Prizes... I I I.JSq use enter, Clewlst.a. ru. I I

I R cW..e -m""aubscrlption tor s2.oo, to the News. during the Bargain 8peo I I
5 Ibs. I II
11 :' |Regular 93o ,Our Gift is a,Lawn,Cart and Leaf Rake! I : ;j'I I

I IChlordane., Dust .............. 590 I NAME-- .. .

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a j I I : -.. Farm & Ranch \ I Il .1f .1I I cmr II I I

f -. -I : good only for new subscrlbely ancl'Aulf\1lt 2, 3. ) '

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Clew1atoA. 1'1a, THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Pa,. Three
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':". . State Will Erect Marker I Section Two Thursday August 1, 1963
CarsNow '''-' t" I .,.
,: Fort Denaud marker remains to be Car Rally Sunday ." l
At Historic Ft. Denaud Site ordered
dedicated because it was
-r' I before the end of the last fiscal Open To Novices
Historic Fort Denaud will at last of the Highway 80-Fort Denaud biennium.
c become memorialized through efforts Road intersection Further Information on Fort De- The Glade Sport. Car Association
In Stock! ::14. of the State Board of Parks The text written by heads of university naud, published In the Nov. 29 1962 will bold its first rally on Sunday -
In its current program of erecting or college hls'ory: departments News, August 4, 1963, starting at
\ historic markers at sites of Interest or other recognized historians Issue of the Hendry 300; p.m. Starting point will be
tAiailable first come, I I4s throughout the state, reported and approved by the State from the National Archives through the residence of Betty and Phil
( served) 0 the Greater LaBelle Chamber Board of Parks, as in the memorials early military records reads that, Francis at 113 San Pedro Street.
firstMercury \ of Commerce, this week. throughout the state, win read: 'Mie: exact date of the establishment Anyone interested In entering ml1'I I
7\\ Contacted through the Everglades "Near the Caloosahatchee River, of this post is In doubt. It do so by bringing a navigator to I
Meteor Historical Society of Clewis a band of 160 Indians attacked the appears, however, to have been read the Instructions and fifty
'ton and its representative BUI Fort and Trading\ Post at 4 o'clock established in the winter of 1837- cents for the entry fee. The rally
Custom 4-Dr. Sedan Davis, Jr., by the State Board of In the morning of July; 23, 1839 In 38 by Captain B. L. E. Bonneville, will be called the Glades Photo
Carnival Red and White Top Parks Chamber president K. J. the incident, led by Chief Gbekalka 7th Infantry, as a depot of supplies Rally, as contestants will be given
lIercrol atic Transmission td Curtis and directors of the local of the Spanish Indians, 13 soldiers for troops operating In that a photograph of a scene along
ill eu. In V8 engine organization ok'ed the marked site died and 14, Including CoL William vicinity" the route, which they will be asked
j Better White Wall gaiety Seats this week. B. Harney In command of opera "It was built at a point on the to locate on the Instruction:
l Electric Delete Windshield Wi. The site for erection of the marker tons, escaped down river. A yearlater high land nearly two miles from sheet It will be an easy rally, designed
upeed :> Radio will be on the northeast corner Harney returned and destroyed the landing, the road leading for beginners rather than
bole Control Side View Mlror Ghekalka In the Everglades. through a sandy lane, and was located "old pros." Speeding and other
Over 110 such markers, located traffic violations will be discouraged
Back-up Light Impressive 28 won and 4 boat on land belonging to a
\n Disk Wheel Cover He la looking forward to the workIn In 58 counties have been erected Frenchman by the name of Den and average speeds will ''I
List $2,926.55 James Brandon, Principal- and Joe Bundv., Head Coach dewlston and to the schedule of by (the Board to date, all consist- aud. who for many :years had been be easy to maintain.A .
coach art his alma mater. Fair games, which will be new to the ant metal signs with gold lettering trading with the Indian In that rally at not a race in any
Bargaiin! in $2,629.93 New Coach Working![ moot State College, West Virginia. school since Clewiston withdrew against a green background. The vicinity" "Authorities differ sense of the word. It Is a test of.
Between college .and coaching: from the Suncoast Conference last inscription fits Into a space 42 as to the orthography of his I precision driving to exact average
Inches wide and 3T Inches high. The exercise in reading
At Clewiston year. name. Lieutenant Ives Engineer speeds It is an -
High Bundy served a two-year stint ta
Mercury Meteor the U .5. Marine Corps. On schedule are Sebrlng. Avon entire historic marker is topped Map, 1856 gives the name as Dey-I instructions: correctly in navigation
Oewlston's new high with the State Seal in full color; naud, do also of the post and in powers of observa
school football While a student .at Fairmont, he Park, Lake Placid and Okeechobeeof as some
2-Dr. Hardtop coach Joe Bundy, Is at work was one of the four-letter men In the Ridge Conference. There are the overall marker held by white reprints, and this form Is followedby ; tion. Most American rallyi discourage
HO cu. in. V8 Engine In the summer program for the remaining the college; he letered: In football three other members which Clevis- stanchions. Sprague'i Florida War, as well speeding by imposing
Carnival Red and White weeks and will be acclimated basketball, swimming and LaBelle residents for many ;years as by Commanding Generals In greater penalties for early arrival
ton not able to schedule
was this
Yercromatic Transmission to the community and school tennis. He was chosen all confer- because. of have desired such a marker for their reports to the War Department than for late arrivaL The Glades
700-14 Whitewall Tire before football practice begins ence two years In succession year previous commitments both Fort Denaud and Fort Thompson Other returns give the name Photo Rally will follow this pray:
24 peed Electric Wiper Bundy Is a native West Virginian : Frostproof and but due to the 1963 Legislature as Denaud .and Dennaud. But there I tice.
His Fort Meade.
Backup Light who college was undefeated in not appropriating sufficient little doubt that the
to seems gentleman
Control Side-view Mir from the West You do not need a sports car to
Intercollegiate Mr. and Mrs.
Bundy and their
mote Daytona Beach where be funds for 52 markers proposed In on whose land the post was
Wheel Heater Coven Delete coach at Mainland High School.was He Conference 13 years In a row-a months old daughter have moved the budget, the Fort Thompson' situated was Pierre Denaud (pronounced enter this rally, but no one will be
!Fun Disk truly enviable record. I IBundy'l Into the former Paul Bussey home marker will be without navigator
$2,889.05 also served one year as freshman not available during : Day'-no), and that from allowed to start a
coaching record Is also on South Pacific Avenue. the 1963-65 biennium The hIm the post derived Its name I
Bargai fI $2,600.48Comet h':
Special: I


Sedan Color 117 Bond Street and 118 Central Ave
Peacock Turquoae
p LO'
Uercromatic Transmission
9 50-13 Whitewall Tires Clewiston, Florida :.I II
170 cu. in. Engine ''f

Bargain list$2,331.52Falcon$2,562.70 Offers These Sensational Values



4-Dr. : '

Rng Fordomatic Green Transmission Color Radio Save .$40. As a token of our appreciation to our many friends and customers in

tinted Windshield this area and to thank them for their past patronage, we are most J I
l l. peed Electric Windshield Wiper -
and Washer happy to offer these Free Gifts to be given away during Clewiston's ,
Thite-wall Tires Vinyl Trim .
Jack.up Lights '. -- v* BARGAIN FESTIVAL

List 2577.25 Down ;

Spec l $2,339.28 Delivers """"" s Register For This FREE Gift! -': ...:.:.. ... aIOTNila4 lakaLl'TELY Tn 6UY eagle : "

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B o r "TAlh ttr
Ford Fairlane New YorkerInnerspring I

Sports Hardtop and :Matching
00-13:: Whitewall Tlree"ordomatic Box Spring

Sick-up Lights Transmission V8 Engine l :z Compare At To Be Given Away As
!Mpeed Electric Windshield WI- 199.15 Our First Gift CelebratingClewiston's i An s8e.o1 I I
per and Washer Radio Great Bargain Days! vans"ensational
'added Dash and Visor Special Purchase For This Event! I <[
List $3,056.60 I

//Jarqai";pedal $2,726,07- 1 Vie : : 3-Piece Bedroom Suite Dinette' Values,I :

includes I ; I
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Ford Fairlane "' : l Double Dresser & Mirror Ili 5-Pc. Dmette' I I I I,

r I 4 drawer Chest ,
4-Dr. Sedan Bookcase Bed Regular Price $159.88 u h (Shown at Left)
>aver Moss and While Colori.50.13 1
i Whitewall Tires Less Trade-in 50.00
I NOTE: Tr d In
"ordomatic Transmission tadlo Wheel Coven line pleau and role Now $109.88 iii,, Includes : BADCOCK'S
List $2,641.30
Snide-InUroxance| LOW PRICE
aff;: i $2,383.79 Extension Table $39.88

Ford Falcon4Dr. N 4 Chairs $5 Down Delivers, I

Sedan FREE GIFT No. 2 I

Hnf! Green Color arse All Dla.ttn.vr ln '
vhite-wall oriomatlc Tires Transmission Radio Your Choice pneeun Yrutl. Top.. Black or Bronze Frame ":

'uted Windshield r
-speed Electric Windshield WIDer -
and Washer Famous Nationally Advertised i
ack-up Lights
List $2,434.25 BERKLINE 5 j

argain ,"0
$2,213.31Fairlane .
pedal '


Ranch Wagon OR IT YOU PREFER s

"fanatic king! Blue Transmission Color Seat Belt $20. i

'"root 00-U Whitewall Luggage Rack Tires m Swivel Rocker ,' '

ater Delete
Back-up Lights
speed Electric Windshield Wiper On This c?

., and Washer jss
'" eu. In. VS Engine Badcock'f DinetteDown S __ ,
List $3,043.50() Regular $5995 7-Piece 5,

:'o Price Badcock' I
: :; $2,719.02
-" Big Family Size I Dinette Low Price.. : 'I
$5' Includes : $, 91t88 I :
Executive Cars Yours Absolutely Free! .. 36"x48"x60"( Extension Table .. i'I j .l

Mercury e-Upholstered Plastic Covered Chain $3. Down Delivers j .
Nothing to Buy Delivers Set These
Calalcie 500s Specials Now At ;, ,
You Need Not Be Present to Win. --
C'leck> :
for extra special I ;

bargains JUST STOP IN : Giddens Furnifu' ;.
Large selection of 510''re

Reduced to Sell Watch Our Advertisements in The 117 South Bond Street I ,

1ring Bargain! Festival. Clewi ton News or Your Local Paper 118 Central .Avenue, I
For Announcement of Free '
ENDRY COUNTY Award Dates. Clewiston, FloridaNew t ,'

MOTORS I 1_ [ '1i (''I 4W % _I ''I 'Ic rjj JIi .

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Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS C1ewfatoo. were held In great respect For example If a Semlnole the number of gallons used during too according: to Smith." "If the Don't be caught dead
I'1a.I winter he the by custom operators workIng material ii not certified, be says, seat beck Wear itl! **
SectIon Two Thursday August J. J9113 The elders set the. Clan. Zaire hart someone I* the :year
i should also "the site's certification win be
for ear behavior. Ibis wai world not be tried until the for the farmer 1------
called "Ah HaHa Ah Chock". regular Green Corn Dane In be kept. revoked." Glades I
Old Day and Way Seminole people will do this too which meant the ".... atElders" July. All claims, Kill states must be Smith also reminds the nurserymen Roofing CO;
of those true
for once some waysof AJI T
ithat the idles must be recertified : ea ...,
our people are gone we will and this Is the wsT The Court of Eden at the Green filed on Form 2240 This form can Sheet lit
SAM TOMMIE. because "once Mer
By not be Seminole any more. we kept a high moral stand Corn Dance would say either "You be obtained from your county; agricultural every :year N., "lit
I Seminole Indian If we are going to lose theways ard. are guilty", or "You are not gull! : agent The period covered certified." does not mean always certified. Repair J.baw.
Aged 02 ty". If the offender was pronounced by the claim is from July
\ of our people we should I If a Seminole broke the Clan lathe guilty be Was sent with 1, 1962 through June SO 1963. The Complete details on nursery: site Phone 2-7111
(Written for "The Smoke Signal, do it by understanding and Elden held a council to decide: certification: be obtained by
bit tribal" Ar Haar" (Indian Deputy the Director
A Seminole publication and reprinted choice not by toning ear his case. Sometimes the off der form should be mailed to writing to District Inspector W. W. Day a Everluup
b7 special: permission.! ) back en everything just became war "let off' with a warning, and ) to the punishers. The punish of Internal Revenue. Jack- Smith Division of Plant Industry P. O. lies 1Jq
for Improvelag
: era were responsible eonville Florida. CI.n1rroM.!
It Is old. to be FL4
sometimes they were p1Dolahed.
considered Box 971 Oewiston Fla. 33440. u
TRIBAL LAW AND ORDER: that, his behavior. It was
of the things
:My friends, I would like to write One of the traditions of our people Some "Rule of Elder dlaboaoroble not to appear at the --
a few articles: about the Seminole Is to go by clans. Those clans: were against the divorce: steel, Green Corn Dance: for your bear Localln.pectorAvailable -
Indian Community; I was brought have names given to ui by our were: drunkenness log. There was no bond for any
up In 50-60 years ago. There havebeen animal brother Some of the clan log, disrespect for elders dan marryIng and, crime. I never knew of a Seminole For Large Selection
I many changes . some names are: Bear Deer Snake within their own running away from hIs trial. If a
I good . and some bad. Alligator Racoon.: etc. My clan in fighting other Clans. Seminole war supposed to come fa
VUle I still live I would like to the Panther: my wife's clan is the The Elders held their Council court be came . even when h. Citrus Growers
pan on the best of the old ways Bird. Our children take their (court at their yearly knew be would be punished. CLEWISTON Persons desiringto
''I and traditions of eur proud Seminole names from their mother ao all Green Con Dance which was After the offender was aeot bj,I plant commercial citrus nursery
(I'' people. I want our young pen.pie of my children are members of held for Brighton In Jal/ the "Ar Haar" to Ms punlster, stock! should first contact: District
to know the ways of their the Bird dan. This was the only time for the they would tie him up In a hammock -' Plant Inspector Wilfred W. Watch Bands
I I Tribe. I hope some of the older In the old days the elders Clan Elden to bear the easeaW with BO clothef food or wa- Smith and for him to in
i ., ter. All of this time the punlshen arrange '/i Price
the site.
would counsel with the offender ID spent
order to Improve his behavior. The procedure ii very simple. U
Each would rotate about every there are no ornamentals planted
three or four hours so that the In the Immediate area, soil iam- Watches Pen & Pencil
Store-wide SALE prisoner got a constant stream of plea may not be required.
{ advice, ao the punlshen became "Generally speaking" Smith $49.95 and up Sets
boa counselors. The exact time 01 says, "nursery sites may not be
the punishment was left up to the located within 200 feet of burrowing 25% off 30% off
Here are a few of the itemswe counselors. If they: felt that their ,nematode hosts which test nega
advice was getting through and tive. A minimum distance of 400
are featuring during Nurse Brand the offender had learned his lesson feet! bal been set for burrowing All 25% off
be war let off In two days. If nematode hosts which test poet Rings
Clewiston Bargain Festival. the offender refused to listen or tive.' "
Tooth BrushPrices talked back to the counselors be
war given another day for each 400 If the feet Dur.e171a to positive located hosts less,than the Watch Repair Special ,. . $5.00

time.Today ear Jails de not aeem trees grown on the site cannot be Cleaning and Crystal if needed.
Good Friday, Saturday Beg. 69o t. make better people. The moved to commercial groves without Automatic and Calendars slightly; more
49tj lame people are often teat first receiving: hot water treat All parts' extra.
j, & Monday Only I Special back to Jan ever and ever ment nor can the site be approvedfor

again for doing the lame replanting. Stainless Steel Many more BargainsFlatware
-I- thing. In the old days I never The district: inspector explains
knew a nan who sent though that movement of nursery stock Too Numerous
U.S.I IBatteries a Green Corn Dance Court which has not been certified to be
HealthNeeds I. and punishment that ever free of burrowing nematode by 15% off To Mention
went wrong again. the Division of Plant Industry t.>
-sam Tommle within 400 feet of a commercial
A citrus grove or an approved citrus BONDSTREET
1 File By Sept. 30 nursery lite la a violation of a state JEWELERSPhone
Special regulation. A conviction: could result 'W
10* For Farm Gas In a sentence of six monthsin
Each jail or a $500 fine or both.:
Depree Vit Tax Refund Any plant or toll moved onto an YU 2-2181 Clewiston
j. Farmers may collect 4 cents on approved site must be certified
T, R*,. ".00 every gallon of gasoline purchased
I during the past 12 months for agricultural -
$3.95 purposes If they file for

+ Men's fore a federal September gasoline 3. tax refund be- Come to the

Listerine Roger P. Hill assistant economist
wilt the Agricultural Exten-
Reg. lips Limit 1 BillfoldsReg. aloe Service cautions farmers not Toggery Shop's
to let the deadline slip up on them.
500 "Only gasoline used In the production
c of agricultural: or horticultural
Be,. fl.98 commodities Including trees Festival of
fi Aspirin 99i-' may be claimed for the tax refund, Bargains
t Reg. 79c Limit 2 Special lull! .tre..... The word "agrlcul .
unl" includes stock dairy pout -
-6- try fruit fu-bearing animals. and August 2, 3 & 5 Closed"All I' Day, Thursday, Aug. 1st
i : truck farms, orchards: plantations,
'' ThriftyTISSUE inches, nurseries, ranges and

: Lavoris reenhouses Hill explans. that the claim: may Extra Special For Bargain Festival. .

I Reg. ale Limit 2 be filed by the owner, tenant oroperator
,.: : i ( of a farm who purchased Shorts
47? Reg. 25c Limit 2 the gasoline. If a tenant and own Only 298
tr share cost of gasoline, each may
claim[ a refund on his share.
Spec Purchased Especially For This Sale
) Anacin 1011- "Fanners may also claim a refund
t on gasoline used by a custom
Reg. $1.25 Limit 2 Hill
operator. adds "provided
I 890, his[ bill from the custom: operator e Toggery Sales
ff Included the cost of gasoline used." are Always Bargains
Farmers may not claim a refund
Maalox an gasoline used oh the highway.
Transistor TapeRecorder 10 processing: commodities or for DRESSES : Other SpecialsBelow
Re,. 11.58 personal purposes.'If: a vehicle is
Used both on the farm and for .
; ; ; $1.29 bOQ.l arm purposes f the farmer Originally up to $11.98 Now : Cost
must arrive at an allocation: of
the amount used for each purpose 1
: $5.98
A.P.C. Tablets Regs $29.99 and claim: only that used on the ------- Blouses Skirts Cloth
Barm, he emphasizes'
I Reg. 80c !! The Agricultural Extension economist : .
+ Bp Aasn$16 O' stresses that;*records should OriginallyUI1t0l4.98 Now < Raincoats -Swim Suits
;r h be kept which show the date of
each purchase name Of Vender and 1 RACK $7.98 < ; Shorts Uniforms
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Old Spice umber of gallons. A, record of -

I r Cologne ___ _____ 990 ColgateTooth Originally up to $24.93 Now :> House Coats Purses

'Arpege Reg. IU3 Paste 1 RACK ----- $12.98 and many other items


Perfume ______ $2.50 Ref 8Sc
Reg. $5.00 Bargain 434"

\ TussyDeodorant Special? .,
t I. -=--rI' faring[ atBen the Bargain J Festival Panties 3 ::; 149

I Reg. |90eH { : Purchased Especially For TAil Sale

r \ I Price Whitman-Sampler Frwklin _

I I : -' CANDY 5 & 10 r.;Stere ., While Shopping in Air Conditioned Comfort. .

', FREE $1.29 Stereo *>r See Our
: I Reg. Ue Note i- New Fall College
I Be,. $100Breathless'
I Paper. . ..v,9fB
j Record with ,
j : Merchandise!
lJargal" 1-.69 g. $1.98 Bed ,

.' .f ,i : I 3.00' Purchase! Special $ Spread . .. $1.77 SPEND HUE TF/T/M70/ .

-t j i H I .tReg.. S1.S8 Car ;! -
E Cushion
.1. $1.47Reg. Be
mire to sign-up for
I I Prizes and
'M ; Trip to Nassaufor
t ; 1 11.99 Capri

I Pants . $1.66 Two. .

I j Thrifty Powder.. and Cologne a.S1.00Ea

Elates ... .. '67* The .

I Bargain Beg. $199 Ladies Hand ,

!t Special 89* Bag '. ."I, .,' $1.99

;\ I \e. rugs Re,. din Insulated Toggery

1 Bowl . 29* : Shop
"ill.. ,
"f rn1 C1 LwlstoihtS Be rare to register for

,xi J ,"v ,WTx(.o,\ ,,'tl..'" free trip to Nassau I 204'E. Sugarland Hwy. Phoae yU.2- 361Pae



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of Everglades in 1888 Indians know any thing about it The VA will continue to send a IClewUton. Florida THE CLEWISTON NE'VS190SFags' Fir ',
"Vo: Thursday. \
Info ServiceBy I Section ,\\i
Beauty Vets :
and they but very Uttle. It is 50 I reminder to all GI poUcyholders .
I miles long and 20 mile wide and year. The total the was SSf.Traffle !
Described in 75 Yr. Old Letter In that wonderful remote hidden, FRANK E. VELTRE other 80 ;years policyholders or older and a* they reach State Traffic Toll death eeewmd .ta, XT ''/pJane ,
i Ie Terra Incognita I have no doubt County Service OfficerIn ef the state's 87 eesntleii
-- their 80th( birthday.
Is to be found Ponce: de Leon's Lower This Year the Florida Highway F.
describing-! the wild and been received at this the event of the death of an whose previous tuna reported.
of Younger veterans died
letter! camp and story the Fountain of "Perpetual Nlaety-fow persons ea
A ,
,Dal Everglades of 75 yeah found me well I left "Uttle. Mar- Youth" that you read about in older war veteran will his GI insurance beneficiary; selection has been the street and highways ef Daval led the state la.Jam
wblcb: wad to her fath- co" on the Gulf Coast Feb. 13th Washington Irvin,'. story of that fund be distributed accordance outdated by death marriage, divorce Florida during the month efJune with seven traffle deaths Dad
aao. ii the for the interior to examine some bold voyageur; and follower of Columbus. with current wtsheatNot etc., may write directly to .to traffic aecfcfemU bring and Eseambla-one m. the. extreme -
JJJhed pos'espon of MM. Camp. land the State of Florida claims in more than 50 percent of the office maintaining their insurance lag te MS the number .. traffic south and the ether to
?T wife of the chairman under the the cases, says the Veterans Administration records: should they wish to the plllhaDdle-eaela had six
Swamp Lands half
NaU. Grant for the first
of fatalities
Eo The air here is
bell soft and the climate M the result of a recent .
county Commissionr' I initiate a change.Servicemen traffic death Orange eowUy
aendr1 .,
d!be 1850.We beautiful and healthful; the survey. the year.
Nan' father the late A. A. traveled M miles without breeze laden with aromatic fragrance The VA had directed a reminder may see their Personnel "-- The total skewed a slight do- .la Central Florida,raffle alw recorded fa-
r_. wll lad of 10 )'ear.IViDI1D meeting anyone through the prim woo you to rest and the letter to GI pollcyholdere 10 Affairs or finance: Officer crease frem the Bomber killed half a dose
] Nashville, Tennessee and eval growth of the country, palm- smiling valley, covered: with spontaneous years of age and older to checkon : for the same purpose. during the first half ef last taUUee.
tldllIO t thought Hut in his mature etto, cypress, pine forests. fruits and towers invite the beneficiary choices the veteran
Ute he would spend many yean in We found game In great abundance you to peaceful quiet Around my bad originally made as well
lie toes of CJewt.1DD. the heart' of" I -deer, bears,, turkeys, tigers camp you can see wild turkeysand as his selection of a lump settlement -
tile Dergsdd.HU Initials A. and all kinds of wild animals, venison hung up by the hunters, or payments over periodof
for -Albert Akers. the name also fine fishing. The country is and we aU fare well.I time.
Jna, him by his father, to honor I uninhabited In 93 percent: of the veterans'
except by the Seminole am glad you are getting alongso
cherished friend.A : Indians in small bands-no white well at school. Continue to learn replies, change were requested to,
close friendship developed be- I people live in this country except and be good boy and do as bring the insurance settlement Inline r
,- the civil: engineer AlbertVvl on the coast (Gulf of Mexico). If your mother and father tell. you 'with the veterans' current A
and his small namestake. : you will look on the map of Floe and you will grow up to be a great wishes, the. Veterans Administration
011 March! 2nd 1888 when the eDo ida yin will find "Little Marco." and good man said.Most
facer, then an employee of the I Caxambas Haas, and then run God bless you and all of your common: cases were thosein
federal government found himself along the map East and find father's household, and believe me which marriage had subsequently -
u tile difficult Everglades on a Township No. 52, R 34 East of the Your FrIend ; taken place but the motherof
mvtying mission he continued: his Principal Meridian you will locate ALBERT AKERS the veteran WM still listed as a
jBKspondence with the young me. chief beneficiary. In numerous '
TeD,eueUo I have a corps of sappers and Sugarland other cases, the veteran had remarried
'The toaovring'II the letter: miners to cut road for my wagon Pharmacy but his' former wife was
Camp T No.52 R S4 train to pass on. I am now between still listed as the beneficiary.;

East Florida Big Cypress Swamp and the ever PIZZA Under the law. the VA must Low Prices .
March 2nd 1888.I famous Everglades.The make payment the beneficiary; ; I
I h ty Dear Albert: Everglades is unsurveyed YU 2-3311 of record M named in writing by ,
Tour very kind letter has Just and unexplored and no one but the the poIIC'bolder.Parkinson's .

for your size tire ",'t "

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Brings you these special Bargains during BIG> CAR OR SMALL WE'LL FIT 'EM I



No Trade-in Needed

You will find other unadvertised specials, too, Friday, Saturday, Monday, Aug. 2, 3, 5. '' Ii I
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.x X Size 8.00 x 14 Tubeless '.:,ir '!

; Pontiac Oldsmobile, ; i
Fits!Moat Mercury: ; -
Thunderbird Ambassador, Edael. OaSoto Chrysler, ': ,
Packard. I
Tin au...... .......11 WkltewtU. '1.. ''.'
Nylon All-Weather i3ma $17.80 $20.50 .
Nylon Safety All-Weather '21 me 21.70 26.00
Custom Super-Cushion 24 me 24.80 28.79 I
CLEARANCE AH_prices plus tax J } f f!

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rr1 Size 7.50. -xl4oiT \ II

Special Purchase \ Ladies Sportswear 6.70x15 Tubeless

Blouses, Pedal-pushers, Shorts ,& Skirts I/Fits in Chevrolet. Ford, Plymouth; Dodge, Mercury: ', Pontiac
I Hudson,Kaiser,Rambler.
-SLACKS SAt e.:1
.Nylon AH-Weather" IS me. $11.1' $11.1' I
30% off IN110n All-Wsather 18 me. 19.4S 18.4J I
Light weight Rayon-Dacron, Tan, Grey- 'Nylon Safety All-Weather 21 me 18.0 22.71 '
../. An prices plus tax i I'I
Blue, Light Green QO I

Sizes 29 to 40 $6 VO t e Oult; ,, :

For Dress Wear, .". !I
IUWB 1 ar. Size 6.70x15 Tube-type //1
Close Out! l Fits i'Older'models ef J'ordL.F"1IIIouth"Chnrolet. Dodge ,fi'
Hudson, Nash Studebaker, Willys.lira I''
All Ladies & GirlsSwimsuits ........ .,:....... W........ ., i"e/ <
., Nyloa An.W..ther IS mo.. $ .... $11 J* a \ t
Fine Shirts by Nylon All-Weather 18 mo.' 18.48 1...
,y Safety AlI.W.atller Slao..1 ISJO 18.50 I
Stradivari An prices plu tax r rM

| long or short sleeves "_ I
Famous Names Brands J
Reg. 88.95 to 88.85 I

Special Bargain Festival, 30% off ,,, I I II I

//Size 8.50x14 Tubeless !
I i
$5.00 ea0 r Fits:Edsol,DeSoto,Chrysler,Petitfa,Mercury,ObtaaebSa.!! "I i
Get an extra suit now The e......*. Btekma. .......... I
j' 'yA4 4P' You'll be glad you did Nylon' All-Weather '. 18 mo.: $11.20 $22.20 :
< ,
Safety All-Weather 21 me 28.7S 28JO
Custom Soper-Cnshlon 24 me 2840 11.10 '
2for$9Just AU prices plus tax"COMPACT" .

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Arrived Zantrel l kt Car Sizes

& Cotton *, she. 6A0:1s Tubi.u. fits Chevy II,Cemet.Faleon.: I .i,,
Tb. --s fcMMlM Bkdiwa WkMmllNyloa .i i I
t ; AUWeatker18sae., .., / ,-
Slim TaperedSlacks $11 $14.15 I .
; safety AU-!* M ..--.. 2&."1 15.78 i 18J5t : 'r': 8 ,0 .
WOMEN SHOES t j) AU prUM pled tax'v Xfilse ,. ,,'. "

Our Better Grades ajOxlsTTbbeteat> tw.Buick Special. Olds F-88: :: ft I ;,'
Corvalr, Uncer, ,VaJUnt, FalrUne.. .
t .. n \ MMrtw ........ ....... t. j ,
Discontinued Styles NrVm- All"....... \ fema-, .$11.11 $18.11' Ii. I
Towel Sale Baf ty-AlJro lfes4lMr J *lm\\ 18.75ALL 12049 .
for men Not every size in every i\ I
young .... pslw""tu .. ". .
.AD ,. '; I
style, but every one a real \ ". ., ) '

Snap-on bargain. Choose colon I your Blue Pink own / TIRES MOUNTBD fFimEI! ) I I I
Convert-a-belt Ton are I lucky to find .
-- -
sjoooDYCAirs -
these at Lemon Sand, Aqua NA 1OI -Wiec ROAD'H AIARP'wo QUAUTT GUAJWITEIa' ,. "

Waist adze M to M' AI.iwleey.mAale flee,,Is.aMeed........WWt M ttmeagi. I.Aadtiet aeirjel nod k.wds. : a1.eflocuawMlresM
+ ............. ... 'I A
hew cep naeau nlwMeebmleaiwhe.amw
Olive 99 69i ef.................z.Aa taot any.toct*I hi verkmoiMm*u* awtaiW wthont ImirMtsWMe II
or !fr. mSMf... Ooooynr lire .....ki the UJk rCmd. .. nuke*qvmtfit lowanoe Mew. ,lire ,
Black] $4.98, ea. bttoe1 en O>I.IIM|tn./ ",tit rnutaln an4 current"Goody***pflee*J .- I .; q I 'I I't '

prices good only during Bargain Festival!, '\

Friday, Saturday and Monday, Aug. 2, 3,'and 6' l '

Parkinson's SwarlandHwy.Dept Store ClWtttoa/ BILL. NORMANBond : t : j.

'//Y- Street,,Clewirtoa '., t Phone YU 2.:.1221r ,


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adequate protection of farmlands 11 Blount, Eva
\ Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewUton. FU. serve tor a one year period through Wlmberq,Hod<<
.' ", Section Two Thursday, August 1, 1963 September 30, 1964. The County Farmers Urged to Report throughout the country. Te7.

,8 I -_-_, : -. -.._........... ..,..- __ ... c Committee is responsible for the -
I Ji ii -'r1i administration farm programs of the active various in Federal the Completed ACP Practices Happy Birthday

the Agricultural
county including I. August 1: Mrs. C.D. Blackwclder.:
Conservation Program, Sugar Program Farmers who have completed green in recognition of the fact tha Hare Toulis Dale Cato, Marjorie
and Rice: Growing The five conservation practices approved that the natural resources on individual Rowlee, Wayne King, Hubert
members include a Chairman, earlier this year under the 1963 farms are vital not onlyto Post Mrs. Robert George.
Vice-chairman, Regular Memberand Agricultural Conservation P r o-
I l and who August ):
the farmers Boats
two Alternate Members who gram were reminded today to file Guides Ca .
serve in the absence of any of the their report of performance for operate the land but also to the August 4: C. H. Booth, Leslie Fishing Tackle Supp)1el)
three other members. coet hare assistance health and well-being of each citizen Hanson.
Office Gantt Julian M. Dickson Chairman, both now and in the future. August 5: Lowell Sanders, Anne Johnson'sFishing
County Manager
i Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation The cost-share assistance available Eldson Owen, Mrs. C. H. Booth.
all eligible farmer voters to
return their ballots expressingtheir County Committee', under the program is an evidenceof August 6: Mrs. Douglas Ballard, Camp
choice of their fellow farmers points out that the earlier luch reports the whole Nation's interest In Bob Adams. Oewlston. Flo.
who will represent them on the on completed practices are helping insure the wise use and August 7: Parker T. Wilson, Lew-

committee for the next :year The filed, the sooner the ACP payment
(. ASC County Committee plays an can be made. This will permit the
r 0 important: role in the agricultural farmer to meet the expense Incurred
i '''. 0 0'J affairs of the county, and it is important In carrying out the pray
J that each farmer give aer tice, and if he has other projects FRANK'SGrocery-
l Ious consideration to the men elected approved for completion this fall,
w to these poets: the cash payments can help to get
the additional conservation under

JAMES E. SHEROUSE alta ra the edge of hi* prkate fish pond, while way. With spring conservation
Mrs. Sheronie and daughter, Becky enjoy. the cool spot, the shelter projects completed and the cost
provider-STAFF 111070.Private. Edward'sPlumbing hares received, it will be easier HOME OWNED AND OPERATED .
to concentrate on other work that

]Fish Pond RepairReplacements needs to be done. Ph. YU 3-1401 WE DELIVER Ph. YU 3-1401
I The Chairman said that if a
I; RepairINSTALLATIONS farmer has received approval for NABISCO PECAN WEBBS

r Presents Problems is a practice unable to which carry he out later, be finds should he Shortbread __ __ Bag 39 I Rice -- -- ---- -- 3-lbs.49t
TROUBLE SHOOTINGMASTER. report this to the ASCS county office.
q': It you're thinking of building on an those curves. "It was nip LICENSE This may permit the ASC
,h ;yourself a fish pond in your back and tuck for a while whether the Call YU 2-6711 County Committee to approve another WILSON'S
I .ard-don't.'t. That to the advice offered concrete would set up before the practice for him or for some
by James E. Sherouse, who Masonlte gave way, or not", he other farmer in the county..
.. tried it. The work was greater than said. 325 E. Ventura
I The ACP, Mr. Dlckson explained
be had foreseen and the blggeat has been authorized by Con- BAKERIIE 3-.n 59C
A problem of all fa caring for the ,
fish pond and keeping it clean ASC Committee
and the fish healthy.

I But the family,-Mrs. Sherouse
; aDd their daughter Becky, might Elections PlannedRay BRAVO PALM RIVER

j, disagree.a The cool pool spot with the its e hot shelterprovides afternoons L. Cant Agricultural Stabilization Corned Beef __ __ 39 I Vienna Sausage 4 cans 49t

the water which sprays and Conservation Service ,
f continually into the air and trickles County Office Manager, announced GIANT TOILET
I f I' back over the ceramic fountain
today that the annual era

r in the center creates an illusion election of ASC committeemen will I YourTrtde-ln I I.Worth More Than Required Down Duz ___ __ ____ __ __ 69 I Tissue __ ___ 3 rolls 2Stmm !
of coolness, and the fish themselves be held in August The 1963 "elec SAVE
I are always interesting to tion calendar" has been set and Payment, We'll Give You The Difference In Cashl
; watch. ballots will be mailed to all known ROMAN NO. 234 CAN

I' The pool contains five large goldfish eligible voters on or about August I
whose brilliant orange bodies 20th. Voters will have until August Starch ___ 2 qts. 29 Peaches __ m_ 4 for $1.00
reflect the light as they dart about 30th to return their marked ballots -
the water; it also has some other to the ASCS County Office.
fish not commonly found in cap. The' "mail method" of balloting
I tivity. There's a bream,or two, a will be used again this :year as Pan Beady Lb.
1 shellcracker and schools of the past experience has shown that Fryers 29
familiar Lake Okeechobee min this method affords all farmersthe .r
nows. Mr. Sherouse made a brick best opportunity to participatein .
t wall across one end of the pool, the elections.. Of an estimated
rr tt put some sand in and planted a few 160 eligible voters In the county TMe TIMtvn SWIFTS BUTTER BALL FRESH GROUND
clump of cattails. They flourish 58 voted in last year's election.An t

s and now are adorned with clusters eligible voter is any person of TIt- MlfepN. 'IS p pe.dolu' RIGHT NOWTeod. Turkeys __ ___ __ Lb. 39% I Hamburger _ 3lb. $1.19
f of snail eggs.-all part of a planto legal voting age who has an inter e clean nut ell' yad.ded
i provide natural habitat for then 'est in a farm or ranch as an owner .... p.le ofcasaMaeameead COLD NOTE CIRCUS
tenant or sharecropper and Olva led I

r fish.Feeding the fish is no problem; of who the is Federal eligible to take part in any ears a poeeIb'' pad Oleo __ _:______ __ 2-lb. 39 I t Weiners __ ___ 3-lbs.99t%
farm program administered ,
store-bought tropical fish food
bit of bread crumbs I' by the farmer-elected I
plus a occasionally pORK NECK

'"<>\i.: Sherouse form leaves the the steady lights diet.turned Mr. 'I'i of committee.legal the voting Also age, any who is person in chargeof not SWING INTO ACTION NOW-YOUR PRESENTCAR'S Steaks ___ _:__ __ Lb. 49% I Bones __ ____.2-Ibs.25
fanning operations
hours on an I VALUE DROPS MORE
on during the early night ; EVERY DAY YOU WAIT
entire farm, is eligible to vote.
bugs are attracted to the lights I
f\ and they fall in the pool: and are The ASC County Committee to
f'" eaten by the fish. be elected, consists of three members I HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS, Inc.East Register Here for Festival Prizes!
and two alternates who will
One of the bream la quite a pet. I take office October 1, 1963 and I Bagarland Highway dewistM. The Me
t Becky Sherouse has "spoiled" the
fish. She named him "Joe", talks I .
to him often and he recognizes ber
voice and swims eagerly around -
the pool to stay as close to her as
possible. anew
Mr. Sherouse said he had always GIAN'Yep T

r not think wanted much a fish about pool:the, but possibility did / 10 n e SAS WATER HEATiM I l idea of I CAPACITY COOLING!

of ever owning one. But after Range)
or 1 he retired, he decided "if you by 1 nA' Gas ] TIN I V OPERATING COST!.
want a fish pond, why don't youbuild v '
oneT" So be dug a hole In SUPERIOR FEATURES. TIN YEAR WARRANTY .. -, Quality/ !
s the ground, mixed the cement and ,
poured It In the, forms; installed *","" '\ RIOULAR AND .30 NEwAmanaAIR

an electric motor to pump the water STUBBY MODELS ti 1\\\
into the air to aerate it so the e
,flsh will have plenty of oxygen: 9. \ w '
the water stays fresh with this ..... COMMAND ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS
r treatment but the big! chore Is to -- Never, near so "' --.,
clean the pool The' fish are caught nil
and placed in a smaller container many beautiful ( r
R T during the cleaning operation.One Cools extended-
word of warning to those reasons firing 1 room areas
I who may want to follow suit: '
i uie a stronger material than Ma- I Chubby in tO see I a ..quIetly,
4 sonite for the concrete forms. Mr.
.. !
Sherouse hu a pleasantly freeform .. ,..... .
pool where his Masonita .a range! ,I IQUALITY'
TANK-Class-guard lining over heavy.e
forms bulged and sagged with the ,
steel ..never chips: cracks corrodes. "'
pressure of the concrete. It Isn't a gauge
Compart these Antana decide
INSULATION-Lifetime FIBERCLAS a quality features before you
bit unattractive" ; but he didn't plan
for maximum insulation...saves gas, keeps water f Oversize Cooling" Coils e Full-Rated Compressor

l' perfectly hot a "Quiet Engineered" e Washable, Permanent-Type filter
i uH i i QUAUTY BURNER Heavy cast iron, drilled] ports % '.,,, e Quick: Easy"Automatic Mount" Installation

I HESTIGE adjustable air shutter...for top efficiency and Four-Way Rust Protection e Automatic Temperature Controlgu.aving

;',. economy. COLD STAR
QUAUTY CONTROL-Robertshaw'i Unitrol 200 NEW
11(I i with chrome cover plate and knobs.,set it and Removable oven and broiler doors provide an easy ,."" uap AIR t COMMAND ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS$

: THIS EMBLEM forget it. .. answer to convenient kitchen cleanliness. Backed by Amaru's century old tradition of fine craftsmanship

I Tr. Uiuii 1H...U-
I' Come in during Clewiston' Bargain Festival and
., .: wt wi S Yn P.4 see. SPECIAL PRICE

I :\ DOLURWISE. irS'' DEARBORN for yourself. .


J,1 I! 'i' ;: identifies yourWELCOME 30 Gallon Water Heater and Caloric Range 107 T Installed'

p I I .: WAGON -

'. 19900

'I' : Anne of prestige In tXebtuinee # -
h : and civic life of : These prices good only during Bargain Festival August 2nd, 3rd, and 5th, 19631Dan

I r : your community. : -

I f, .: I'AtILINB Tioae Y11 HOWELL,I-Wl McCarthy Glades Gas CompanySugarland


.. Phone YU 2-1311
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Cfewiston, Fla. THE CLEWETON NEWS Page Seven .
Section Two Thursday. August 1, 1963
W. W. Perry Retires From' t..,

seniors troyed by fire recently.On i
Guard Reserve. College ,
opening of bids for the machine (
and graduates may fill their military the commission referred the '(
.After thru the CoastGuard
35 YearsW. obligation
sue' Officer Candidate. School bids to John Corbin and WfflardDoty
; two members of the Mosquito -

W. Perry, ACL agent !In tives-especially: grandchildren program For further Information, write Control Board, familiar! with for
Clewlston sine Dec. 26, 1934, begins whenever he wishes Commandant (PTP-2), U. S. Coat such equipment and asked
CLEWISTON'S BARGAIN a new life today. Yesterday Guard, Washington D.C. recommendations.
FESTIVALand the Dynafog
The two men chose
marked Ms last day as a railroad
OCS Opening and the TIFA at
man and he is now "retired." 1200 at $1,395
to Looking backwards over the Washington, D.C., July S, 1963 New Fogging $1,590 u machines which they
The Commandant U.S. CoastGuard preferred. The city then accepted
years, Perry remarked that he has
has announced that there the lowest' bid
seen many he started changes Ms in first railroadingsince railroad',are still openings! available in the Machine BoughtA
Officer Candidate School class that
Rambler job In 1915. Thin was with theGeor.a
I Bembry Motors'Vacation I will convene on September 15, 1963.
Florida and Alabama railtoed
Upon completion I of 17 weeks new Dynafog 1200 machine has ==
In Georgia and
he remained
training, graduates will be commissioned been purchased by the city to re
with that line for 10 :yean. He _
1925-28 I Ensign In the U.S. Coast place a machine which was des
the In
spent years the employ .r
of the Seaboard Airline Railroad -- -
In Tampa. IOn
SpecialEnjoy Feb. 19, 1928 he took his first
job with the Atlantic Coast Line-
Festival Valuesat
al telegraph operator at Bradenton. Bargain
He remained there for twoTear.
Freedom From Care on Your Next Trip With A ., went to East Tampa as
gent for five :years, and when hecame
to Clewlston as agent in

'63 RAMBLER. You Leave Car Troubles Behind You! 1934.since He has remained hero ever Hollingsworth'sFor

_, .. Railroader Since 1915
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a 1 2324251621 isi7iei9o 31 IOIth23 Men's Dress Shoes ,

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Picked from regular stock Loafers and LacesIn

and marked down for this $5 77 Sizes 6 to 12

Bargain Festival Sale to- Reg. $10.00 Values'I''I


MEN'S :,

Engineer BOOTS

| IMJ iMiMw Ambassador V-t"990"Wagon.290 HP standard,270 HP epUenaL LeckaMe MddM compartment In rear. W. W. Perry"If Style !'

At Vacation Time on Any Time. Your Best Buy is a Rambler! November f stayed 23,,I on would the Job complete until Sizes 6 to 12 j

48 years of railroad service," said Also Lace Styles $8 77
Perry' last week.."But I have been I
Try One; Buy One and SAVE! eligible f voluntary retirement PairBlack '
for two years I have never been
unemployed except for one miserable -
month in my entire live, and or Brown

Bembry Rambler Motors since ed! on I enjoy instead working of retiring, I have However stay- MEN'S DRESS BOOTS Sizes 6 to 12 $ w .95

the Florida East Coast strike D and EE Widths
|321 E. Suprland Hwy. Clewiston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-1201 last fall catapulted us into a very I

note hectic gruelling situation'weeks and, there which",helpd were. 'While you are in, shopping- our sale values, besureto<<: see._ r II I

me make up my mind to retire our n'ew styles in Back To-Sch x Shoes. :
1 didn't want to get caught in an- t
other jam like, that one"
Mr. Ferry looks back happily GOOD NT* RED GOOSE
co'pp IOOKS
over his railroad years. "It has
been a wonderful life* and I have SWART SHOES m YANIGANS
been very happy with it. In fact, I
1 do not think I would) have been '
CLEWISTON'S happy in other' work. I have been HUSHPUPPIESGEMS
very happy that many of the :years
have been in Clewlston. The town & OTHERSShop I
has been good.to me, and I have
enjoyed every minute" of it" For Them Now. All Sizes All Widths Perfect Fit. : :
Mr, Perry look upon'rtllroad- ;III
BARGA1N .3iI FESTIVAL lag as' a very, rewarding career."I USEOURLAY.AWAYPLAN I, i

have helped/start many young A Small Deposit Holds Your Purchase .", t" j I
men In railroad careers, and I've
felt I was,doing them a favor. 1 .
and proud of.many of these youngmeneepeclany Special Tables |
For & Girls y
SPORTING GOODS that red-bead over Boys ;
there (pointing*to c. E. "Gene"

3 Boat Cushions, USCG Approved Us Wilson successor,::who )is. elated to become Women's & Girls Shoes | In the Campus Crowd 1

Water Skis Boat Anchors Speaking: of the change la railroading Kindergarten to College ',

Coleman Lanterns, Stoves and Jugs : Perry said he worked seven $1 77 $2 17 i
days: a week, u many hourss New Loafers
f Fishing Rods and Reels l were needed .t U3 a week in ,
t Water Cooler Cans i the early days of his job. Things In the Latest Styles''
Igloo have Improved greatly since then,
Boat Anchors ( ., he added. Assortment of Flats, Sandals, &; H
'' 7 Railroads have kept pace with other Styles Look Them OverAll
'\ ;r Less 15% I changing times, a far a. possible,,
he pointed out Additions and from Regular Stock | While Selection i is Complete! :
changes in service which has
I removed '
passenger' trains from the ,
Clewlston branch were made because Men's and Boys'TENNIS SHOES
SPECIAL .SKIS New $10.00 of lack of passenger use ol II
WATT . . the trains. Perry is proud that his Basketball Style $ '
efforts to get dally express service 77 '
to dewlaton via railroad White or Black. I .
SpecialsGlidden trucks has been frultf a1 Announced lies :
Paint Department Bargain a couple of weeks ago was this see sit t SALE PRICE
new service which'aivu Oewlatoi
Glidden Oil Base Oil Base Paragon Acrylic 12

BALL mi PAINT, Flat and WALL PAINT, Flat and LATEX Interior and Jacksonville overnight' service, Miami tram or almost Tampa aU, Boys 3 to 6 Re* .$3.95 pr. ,

-OloasIn colors: on Semi-Gloss White I Exterior All Colors other Florida points '
a-iDhile' 1 titlasta-, Bra Perry has served' his community JUST ARRIVED .e' ," r''
well, too. Although he did ,
Less 13Accessories Less 15% Less 15% not mention it in speaking of his ,

life and work in Clewlston, he has Ballerina Mood Shoes
Brushes, Rollers and Ladders Less 10* been very active in many commuiv.Ky .;

endeavors He is a devoted, active for women & girls Soft Flexible I
and helpful member of the Shoes,
Kirsch Drapery Rods ____ Free InstallationSave ,.. L with
--- First Baptist Church, end has sei or without toe"I j I I
$1.00 Per Rod ved In official capacities: for many I :
years. He has also been active in Ornaments $ f% f\ ; i
civic: clubs, and in the Masonic Sizes 4 to 10 Tfc :'
.. .. ArvinAdjustable VO ; ,
;, }; Lawn Supplies- Lodge and served as District Deputy Real Values % I
MetalIroning Grand Master during the I
1"i. 0 1950'.

: I Swan Garden Hose As ACL agent tie has gone beyond We cannot list all of our of our V VALUES Visit our Air x
Board : the call of duty many, many
ii 1 : Sunbeam Sprinklers times to help local residents otain Conditioned'Store in Clewiston! and see them for yourself during
schedule, tickets,
. and learnof
Rainbird Sprinklers .
5 routes and 'service, I
1',' ;J with pad, cover, extensioncord Well Casing-no charge of his own railroad, but not of only any these BIG SALE DAYS! :
'"u iron cord holder ,
I- and others along the routes to be tra- I
1IIOIu Corning' '' 4p Wore.**M 116- Reduced from $9.95 to for cutting & threading eled.Mr.. $ /
*' Neat Perry not plan to be
:Wafer Treated Tea ant completely "unemployed", AI- i
C/osset. $8.50 Less 10% though he will have no regular: Hollingsworth'sliMesCorner
Less 10%, only work, he plans to keep busy a few
hours each day: with his pasture
( '. Tricycles, Musical Rockers, Rocky and cattle, and taking care of the ..a N
Ios e-out S I 1/3' Off :yard at his home It will be nice, Sugarland Hwy. & Bond Street' '
last. :
pecla SIIorse, Baby Jumper, while they too, he thinks to be able to plan ClewukmTo
'a trip to visit friends and rela ...
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-t Pap Eight THE!: CLEWISTON NEWS go into operation 24-hours a Hed with preventing! $27 million ''In doom of the library board I
Section Two Thursday, August 1, with all crews on duty; com flood damage during thai one appointment IIer
II, with supplies and emergency storm. Mrs.
)I necessary to remain In op"- Areas unprotected by FeD the hat been 0IIe
J j LUBE Hurricane Season Brings through the emergency. works sustained more than $17. ers at the COIIIJalient library In V01U11Ieer"art
contact will be on a 24- 700,000 damages dramatically pinpointing and early
jI I basis.. between the pumping the necessity; of completing the has.When th m
ftkit '28 Damage Will Never Be and the brain center of the the entire FCD program' at came a city; ._ k.
JOB pumpingstationswill I operation located at :reD rapidly, M possible Dail noted. pointed one of Evernla Street
I i" The day was little different from Dail points out on members of the new board
Palm Beach In charge
any other day. Some of the,early will be closed so Di Mrs. F. E. Conklin
be Zeb Grant Operations
risers paused ia front of the Belle be collected in Sa1et.T tip cl the "tek:
water Renamed to Board little longer yons
Glade Hotel and remarked that it on your vs
seemed to be considerably cooler structures' near is no experimental plan Mrs. Frank E. ConUing has been; this ;year.prance. DrIve telaxe3 Items!11011 g!
I' than during the past few month. be opened. was in effect when the last reappolnted to the dewlston Library .ga tLOCAL a htlhwl1 lee!,
\ Naturally there was some talk In the event Donna, struck the Flor Board to serve for another
of radio reports that a hurricanehad none giant FeD peninsula in 1960 and is cred- three ;year term.
i'' hit Puerto Rico, but that island __ The
__ appointment was made at
"' "IRImIllll'l. ------JIOld
( was a long way from
recent city; commission meeting
Okeechobee and besides, radio reception .
when Leon
Bembry preeenb.ed
} was of such poor quality aroRHCLEWISTON'S
n u the matter, with recommend
f s'' during the past 24-hours one could
: I I not be at all sure what the true I r
i reports were. I South I
!. The date WM Sept. 18. The year
: 1928. The Sunday morning was as FIRST
routine as hundreds of preceding
Sunday mornings in this rural agricultural .
area, and there was absolutely -
With Each Oil Change no Indication that before
t the next dawn many of those talking Sell-0-Bration
r. about the weather and some I Bar-B-Q RanchInvites I
2,400 of their friends and neighbors

During Bargain Festival would be dead. .
By evening everyone was aware
that the Lake was rising at an unprecedented COME ON AND JOIN

be serviced check rate, and a few more to dine with them
.' While waiting for your car to fearful residents started nailing a you

I, our new car buys the best in town few pathetic pieces of scrap lumber while shopping
over their windows.By IN ON THE FUN
the ,time scattered reports

t, Chevrolet Chevy II Corvair cane arrived had by crashed radio that into the the bury Palm Clewiston's Bargain FestivalGOOD l lr

Beaches with ISO-mil winds, it SAVE PLENTY MONEY TOO!
f was too late to do anything about
- -
'/ Pontiac Oldsmobile It
: Tempest (. ONLY AUGUST I, S and ;
There were only two escapemutes.
I I North to Sebring,-and this I I II
would require skirting the shore Bargain Table Any $
F-85 Pickup and Big Trucks of the much feared lake, or east : Item ,

to meant West driving Palm right Beach into, and the this eye. I A.Bargain; : Values to $3.49

( of the approaching storm.By .
> water had reachedthe I II
I If Be sure to register for a free trip to Nassau second pm.story of some homes I I Fine Quality Material Sew &37"
in low locations, and many had
i and many other prizes to be given away. abandoned their homes to take I This coupon worth $1.00 during Festival with I II Repeat of a Sellout Save .
shelter in one of the two Belle
hotels. purchase of two regular meals.
r' Glade I
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!;wnen drove me.L'the Hurricane water In Lake hit n Okee literally L '(-NL=ONE COUPON PEa FAMILY)' .J' Ladies 100% CottonBrassieres L $1 i

I 1.1."Chuck" Wells chobee north, and the lake levelin --- - (Ee* 770 ea.) For I
Belle Glade dropped one foot
But when the eye of the hurricane
passed the wind came from the

G MOTOR CO., Inc. water opposite of direction the:lake. and back forced into the the Advertising Doesn't Cost It Pays! Large Fine ,Quality $f99Bargain

: ,.., ,i Chevrolet, Olds, & Pontiac south end. Beach Towels $2.98 Values
An idea of what happened can
.uN-nana-I'Aa1'l: be Imagined by thinking Of a tilted

;. Sugarland Hwy. ClewistonDuring 'pan cf water. ,When the first IS YOUR '
n M 'YU 11IlfO" half of the hurricane: bit, the pan CAR Table Any
was tilted so the water ran to the ,
I I ; north. But after the storm came Item 111 i
from the opposite'direction the Values to 29o each or more
pan tilted back and the water ;
small retaining ; HOTTHESE
broke through the -
dikes at the south end of the lake
drowning tho Banda. Board Pad
No one will ever know how Ironing 68
many died that night There have
; been various estimates; but no one DA YS? And Cover Set $1.19 Value
will ever know for sure. For more lt
than one week rellcue'workers
were finding bodies and bringing
them to temporary morgues established d

.. FESTIVAL lake. in every town around the .A, This Sale For

It soon became necessary to collect ,i ka
the bodies in piles, douse them NOW
I with gasoline and cremate them. ROYAL'S.
: I S SUB later the bodies were cremated

+? Styro Form Space Saver where they were found.Because' Wilt l
: hundreds of migrantworkers Install Air
Conditioning Bond Street Clewiaton Store only
i in from the Bahama*, a
i ; were among the casualties It was
almost impossible to identify; them. in Your Car
JI Many were known to their fellow
,- workers only by their nicknames. ,
Re. $1SO and $1.89 P.S.
When it was over the hurricane
resulted In the third greatest'A1a
y 27500
$1 1S 59 Bargain $1 98 aster in the history of the United
States. But W.'diI.tter much in
:' Specials Childrens Cotton
: the same manner as it takes a it

.. pedestrian fatality; before a warning Order During Bargain 'F.Uval Training
., ... :
traffic light, will be erected.
I : 50 Ft. Solite 1.I resulted in focusing the nation's 5 "
attention oa the need for flood control wit
I 'g- Garden in Florida. PANTS
: Be
: Hose The 1929: hurricane disaster bry Motors 10
'' f- I cant be repeated' because the PaD
; II' 100% vinyl l # inch Herbert Hoover Dike, built since!
I t-1 then on the shore of Lake Okeehobee l I
Kef. $2.99
I : is designed to bold back
1 hurricane tides.'But this dos not I
Bargain i C
mean that the Central and Southrn -
t ,Special .19 Florida Flood Control Project
I II so far along it would eliminate FREE COFFFF During CI.ewi iw k
all disasters. It must be remembered -
: ;: that this gigantic water control Bargain Festival -
Ray-O-Vao Piece Anchor program' birthed by the 11'I1z.aed7 \

tI:I t I' :{! Flash Lights Glass Set ess than floods 35 one-third yeans and ago drought completed.The and by is.subsequent still- L 88c' Toys 'Toys and Toys 1.8 k n

**"'-IU9 2021 8J d
I : I Flood Control Project was
I Reg. 88c .,. 11.79 t MechanicalFriction Dolls
authorized by Congress' in 1948 ;
4 f' mr
Bargain i Bargain the year after another flood] &Inundated
''I : Special 69C Special $1.00 over 9 million acres, causing Friltid.SpOt. Name Brand Baby Assortment
damage of 160 million. Great Coolers

i S -eI strides, accomplished since: 1948 Pants &'Bibs Men's Hats
have eliminated much of the dan
I I Hurricane: procedures established I
J ) Many: other'' Bargain specials offered to express by the Central and Southern i, s.cI.I..ri2.19 ya Price 20% off w
: Florida Flood Control District coo
a our appreciation of your past patronage. pled with hundreds of miles of mae
I'' FCD .canals levees, dikes and water
fj ; ) control structures: today pro. ,Ripple 4
+ Stationery .540rRT
-ei .
tact more than a mlllkw residentsof t ,
Central 'and South Florida ::-s. 8.118 OUR

against severe flood] damage.Ed .Pole Lamps . 3.59 PIZZ1
Call. Executive Director of 100 Bottle : mIt's
TOWNPaint the FCD, assures South Florida New and '
: residents that as soda as a burrl- I
4 ) i I.i'i' 17 .' i cane ".minlia received reD; personnel ; Befreshing
f ft' ,
'(" will immediately; go into action -
& Hardware with a pr designated plan u Frosted 9 '
i'i' to Just what to do to provide real- Boot Beer
dents with maximum protection.:
'I I
\ For example certain water control : i Sngarland Pharmacy
I 'Sutfarknd Hwy. Phone YU 3.1141, ,structures will be dosed: ; others ,
win be opened fully to permit Sugarland '
maximum drainage. In general Highway phone YU 2-3311


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