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: April 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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''Ipolitical 1 rally Sugarland h Auditorium Sp.m. Thursday !

\ Hall gives detailson Democratic committee

voters lists The Clewiston News Two :Section

12 Pages rally for an
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refSQQ Republican In The one and only" Political menu for tM event were made
'< And they will contain Rally to be held In Onditonprior by Gratton H. George and Mr.
of 5tat Republican to the May SfA primary Mary iiarkette members tt
JI/1:1nee!It: !: The Democratic ball 111 27 is d 11 will be held tonight at Sugar the cow ty committee. .
/ and segment
will navy name/ of state land Auditorium at I o'clock, Although there, are 23 candidate ,A
Democratic candidates.me when all candidate for: nomination to bit voted on countywide : .
tome voters! In Hen- will be four \ tt la that all
> card r permitted ro.a-: unlikely: can- .
count.) nave changed their ute* to present their eatery '54 dlt'alea will require the entire .':
m7 alhatoas, but the time Bureau delays the voter four minute allotted and the. '.<
pUb wileD thlJ can bo done prior to The Democratic Ewutlve program 1* arranged to move a.

Mat S..eleCUIf) It tSand here Committee: 1* pontotln one along at steady pace. A.
be DO mere fhangea rally in each Usable community: The cotcvmttee! ; on arrangements
will Persona wh) hoile. moved U. 8. 27 1* open to traffic then closed to traffic for the :t\eINlr\tl: ent 9 In the county: :. the Ckwirton rally ). has Mat each candidate
theU.. ty from one Pea again "The' 5 tulles of the new, rot*'lr program. Washington! Is the second, Hurlivra had It* Informatlcn: tin the schedule for
within! w 8001 act will b.. CIWIledIt 4-laning east of Clewlston whlrh W. F. Buckland. admlnlstra- ions of the rally Tuesday night .',1: LaBelle: the evening, and has arranged "-
doc{their cell, precinct! If tt.ey.0\ was closed la February becauseof : ties assistant in the Fort Lauderdale f.pal1mellt.'Nex scheduled the third nilV on for a p\n&c i>idrM system, so 0.'
\\lSI fl uglstrar: before the pavement failure hat undergone division office, hilt M. Thursday. April 30U: each speaker toaD be heard dlttiactly -
r:' mac' 'x *. are :aide up. a major rehabilitation' job rated hat "our malnter.inu way A. O. Ward, chatiuui\ irf the evan la the back of thus
g;rove) ... person \.Uttni be by the State Road Department! crew sealed this section of he pojectg committee: ha InM.DN2uIt: \ large audbor: lIm.
J/t"/ ote la b.* old pre- and ertrinem hope U will BOW highway! with a mineral teal by our Fred C. Sikes will b4I tfimlritwu Tint public Sii cordially Invited
c1.c: ue fail to wok the hold u0'" under traffic. This portico against the penetration of moisture tance will : I of 'the dcwistcn rally, Anan to, attend 'toe ,rally. ,'.
for change. of th '(highway has not been which become critical .
..1CCO:! ar' request 11 time a* \ e +d
loll' n' "rno has moved tine ao misted by federal road auto the particular type of lirrwsxx the : !
."' .ecUon and baa not rJlar I that! was used in this road, lag taken
MI flail([ win find their Jefan R. Phillips, chairman.if tola." satisfactory !
JroIjJeo SU
...uT1t [ ne lime precinct: : list SRD, Mid tire' causes of the The shoulder of the road was The Q'D! industry ;
is! wlUcn ate toted Previously.arecinci failure Jy ttvualy la the lime scraped away from !the edges sand : will pre ;
I ;le registration! are rock: malarial used In the base of the paving, und the edge Paul : night at
l0IJ0wS: course, Kind. learned( Bell Glade and top were treated U> ii coat tained I I .J S ... and LaBelW Umerock. He salt cf upbaltlc concrete, and> layer U. S. .. .,. .
i, t gum '1&' U.*** }} I 47* 'JIG SlI IIYla JIll limerock; which. it slag was added to the top, this PHOTO.
11, I j, Court LftliUK K. use tat 111'11 .I ace tit was died In portion of the road and the roadway has been opened unity is needed.
Dnault. In' S 141 bad Md up well. to traffic.
rrum.j' Itl 1gig Phillip MIld the ttockpUei V. S. 27 1 Js a federal aid project
j' HISkHel,t and information from the :
Clewl.t U u. II S 114I. of lljnerock were tested priorto 12 has been let by the The estimated 19M-45
; !' cane
.. laIl 116 Bureau of Public Road, U. S.
In Die road and tested
we > ,
.. ge)Tre'''+nrCwlwet Sugar Division of the U. S. Department acreage of the companies and
:: 171 t 1 >alt> out within the peclflca/tlonj let IN of Agriculture for a farmer supplying! these milk

). Ner rmU rile UI"! S III /Itry the department, but thalinerock has ( public bearing on IMS proper 1* 210,011 an increase of SMOG

411, It ..... ,DM not of uniform.quaUtJ' Hendry high The l tionate sham (acreage allotment over the current crop.
Coral and that the stockpile
"Ruity ( ) of sugarcane accordingto : Early la 1963 acreage allotment
apparently had pocket of substandard South : an announcement. : by the, were removed to permit
; closes material. which could voting record Engineers) State Agricultural; Conservation expansion' of the sugar industry ,
Repainting not be tested from visual observatlon. mated 150 t- 1 and Stabilization Committee, to offset he loss of Cuban sugar '

Hendry county hat a reputation this In view ct .ittte confused: nitration and marketing allotments '
""l This tubstandard material, .. nutaUbt In the ( the Whole World of ttjt sugar industry at were also removed. The Secretary :
hurricane gate said engineers, becomes tin- ceding prtmar/r-Xhat of The \ a1lllna Boat Mi present, U U likely that this of Agriculture recommended
,taW' with even a small mount voting a large perenitafeet are Boat, On The will be a eH-aftteodad bearing that marketing quota for
The hurricane gate at dewlitcn vi moisture. the 1'f.llifte..41 vetere.In of team Balm In Gllead, and Hint there wilt! be lively dlaciuaiona domcattcaUy produced augur be
| :rod for a period ofIIJIII.II1 The road developed breaks the May I'm' primaries range elders in all 4;1" : ,, tti My True between the various removal during the calendar

maintenance, incliKllugj In the paving and many pot- the 78.1 per cent of the totalrelate.red thuslaam l Ota" Bolts and aetrmnnts .if *>. industry year 1964, and President John-
j sandblasting and palntlnl'ad :boles (Appeared, *> that local yo&A\n& who east which ( : Tbs Fepatrnent: of Agrlcultw eon approved this recommendation I
wO orobabb remain cloned dueto ,officials considered: lit taiard-1 their ballots w.a-e+srddend Diesel are In ctiona .,.11 be announced April\ 1 that it in his farm Niaettafe to ,.
I' the work until May 13th. 'our to traffic and protested to. a very hUh percentage, 1.1111. uffiuUnd> Is fflrt-O oudratl'ju{ of the Congress In February.However .
w H B Parfltt, district ear the State Road Department impend with the ml ef The rahop Quartet need for MtebltaUng farm pro- the American Sugur ..
; lineet, >naps of Engineers, member and engineer It was tae'lint and Bttlitn. poratlon, >' Trio, he entire txwtlnat shares (acreage cur Cane League takers the under ..
isonviile has Issued a node one steam ) ; "approximately lotmecu) far the 1934 ug reab: ajtnoVvJa. poa'tic l that remote :
[ to navigation! Intercut' of the *w ,.,., .. tganapo a fUfeeu: miuuUt. crop in mainland cone luntur till Vse'sraric.ttng.reetrtetlona "'
Ja "
C )cDS! i 1* the gate, and of the >"Know pol'Jtt1 > jvmtotlys.I. aceav-and to JlmJtteg 1841 ac.** .. Jot l4-! 1. to J !oat: ftnouchpthat- I ,s'.; I
c:,;in$ ''he gate( at tb* ear your'countY" scenesshown i p).y during : :Shop, Parkin age credit, for use in. UWUV there U 'not' .enough/ marketing
lI'anc.1./:. West Palm elchCana' th e visitor I Store, Royal'*, Ing thi" 198S: crop provnrUianattt: quota In the present Sugar Act
It':anal Point from May \ the engine ; (he Senior Gat* shares, to tho e acreage: plAnted to l permit unlimited planting
14 through JUlIe 4 to Kiwanians the ft the chorus. on or before April 13. 1>U. Cane grower ia Louisiana and

The gate structures will fcetlosed The ; receive: 50 This date hat subsequently Zlxida have increased their "I'
the water pumped out Former county: agent Frank There la a dire need for tomato live plus dewiston sales, changed to M.yllt. plantings In response to the governmont's > I
| of/ the I tack area, the repair PoIhJa l presented a series of proceMlitg facilities in the area known where they are Planting of sugarcane has plo Ion moore sugar
and 1 sandblasting and repainting slides at the Kiwanis luncheon the: apetker said because presently and the' mushroomed in South Florida producUoa la the battle to bold

I done and the gate reopened to yesterday to enlighten the the majority of the revenue Sugar : succeed the and in Louisiana la recent ;year. eugtr prloes cRwll.h .
| water traffic member of agricultural and ia 'going out of the county. ble for the i Singer, and Sugarcane In Florida in 1953-54 '.JJr4 to the problem of the

The gate at dewUton U industrial progree in Western Hendry 1 Is of currently watermelon 6th in production and- for the L"d' music hope to was approximately ".::100 acre, sugar dilemma 1* the disagreement

scheduled for reopening only) ] Hendry County. number of beef .->clety the cultural life and the 196344 harvest, just within the sugar Industry
| two days prior to the arrival of The Ked section was first third in the notified of The Singer plan ended,, was from approximately Itself. The sugar beet Industry
the Okeechobee Waterway Association shown, with native and commercial cattle. clinics and : during the 153,000 acre, (Including seed U Important\ the economy of
: boatacade which will timber and the effect Several slides were devoted ventlon. time and In cane). other area of the United States
to citrus: and the relatively new as the agar cane Industry ito <
make an overnight top In of water control on its growth. group will Prior to Castro's seizure of
QewhtonFurther The chip mill and a caw mill hedging process, which: allow special occas the Cuban government Florida Louisiana and Florida. Sugar

information the were shown and the expectation for greater production. According show ( ) Following bad three sugar mills! U. 8.Sugar beets however, are an annual .
| operations! may be obtained on that Hendry county will become to the Florida Citrus Mu the group _dewiston; Okeelantaat crop, while cane i* a several .

'tine A. R Broadfoot. area en- one of the leading pulp tual. Polhlll said that Hendry Hendry : In Cola. South Bay and Fellamere at year-crop' ; planting and
Haw at Clewlston, said Col. wood producing areas In the county: had 500 acre of citrus tritlon : season Fellsmere. Today there are 10 marketing of auger beers on a I
Pirfitt's notce.Auxiliary. state wa noted by FolhllL in 1963, mostly In the Fort De- after the be obtained at sugar mill In operation; two one-year quota may be permissible
Water control: was discussed naud area, but that by 1970 a flect the for adult and refineries (one for liquid sugar but the sugar cane Industry I
at length by Polhin and the total of 15,000 acre are ex- of the and children. ) are under construction. require a quota which can
sets theory expounded that control pected. The be assured for much longer'

and not drainage 1* !the\ desired (Continued on Page 8)) i I
facts compiled marie in I
end Other Interesting :
Poppy Day sale situation must be available Water for should Irrigation by Polhill Include: Hendryi these totals i ; directors elect

The V, second in the state in acreage In 1952 ..
F i
W. Auxiliary an- if our county i* to thrive In No slowdown
lances It will hold a Poppy agriculture.In and value of sugar cane: bird In 1954 seen ..
my tale on Saturday May 23rd. noting Hendry county'splace : In value of" vegetable harvested In 1956 .. : Miller
"n. Dora 10th In state t for total In 1958 prexy
Lee Belcher! chalr"w in state production Pot- ; '
In 1960 in tax
of the Poppy committee bill laid that we are second acreage of vegetable Heodry cigaret .
laid golden poppies will\ of tomatoes 1* currently 7th ia the state for In 1962
i be old In the state In production
1964 ,,..
ttis year Dade leading the state total agriculture: value. In members of celved for booth space and advertising Reports of the State BeverageDepartment
County Fair and In the booklet, but that the City cfdewUton I
Inc., met Tues be anticipate that these collection & has 85.274.J7 In clg- l
complete the rec : will be completed short. aret taxes collected la the city r
I 1964 Fair and to Ijr. limit during the month of ,
Concerts in park prove next :year' The director voted to offer February Indicate ,that there I I
directors are a three year lease of the barn ha not yet been iity appreciable
., Frank E. Vet- and ground facilities to SoUl slowdown in etgaret smoking. I I

The Band win play several a Souaa Adams, Ernie: Farm during watermelon season I
Ia the spring"series 01. "coocerta tree In the park the student Reserve them some log Gra .. Ethel Willis. for their use la loading The collection: in the entire f
bad Band park" which the Sugar band under fee direction of numbers,marches among. a charming: medley of : :year term were melon, at A cost of 8700 per state amounted to "..111.9011.33m
boo! Cle'Ntetoa High Jack Scott, deuihta with a stirring and two number which favorite. Buddy Belcher, year, payable March first It during the month; of tells 1
eonununlty presents II all aDDUaI varied performance: each Sunday folk song category '"Sboutin' Pattlson, R. 8. was pointed out that this firm amount goes to the
JOIIQlarity this project, retellll its afternoon starting at three _fall one Into of the them by the famed lead off the : S. H. Stalls. baa rented these facilities for qualified municipalities) and I .:..
IUdieoce Jear. With ita o'clock. Foster.Sugarland lair of the meeting, the two season and he arrangement the remaining 81.145.978.03 goes '
seatedipreadlngThad The program for next Sunday Stephen into the state general fund.
llldenleaih Band will present Last elected theM of has been very satisfactory
the I* even more varied,,(ince the bars were : Miller, president! ; the Farm salad for consideration The City of Miami received:

--- -- --- --- .. Warren *, vice president; of a lease agreement, the largest sun distributed by I
secretary and M they wish to make goose additional the department 1287,186.28.
"Stupendo" Improvement to the I
al received aL room In the barn which 1* used
handled it from John Cor a. their office.Attending Chamber Coffee

,l The a* of March 19, the meeting wereR.
bI medley. of donation of P.- 6. Dunaway and Mr*. Ethel
their % of $8,617.42. Willis, Fekla Raymond,, ROM. iS'set f for Apr 28A
and of 84,.
gram, expense LaBelle, Oration George, F E.
strong operating net Veltre, Jack Hurt, R.N. Adam., Dutch: treat coffee will beheld
formance a .". The Fair Ted Gallo, 1.-L. San Buddy by the Clewlston Chamberof
Basse" \ In permanent Im Belcher Day FatUsoo :Miss Commerce at the dewkton

their new the Fair Grounds Marorie Daughtrey,. John Car Inn on Tuesday April 28, aitI
The was paid this bin, Mr.. Beryl 'Bowden and
:30 a.m., Moye Bishop, president
Eula OTfeat' ''
r organ Mr announced this week.
a Ing In : ] payment,of.$1<-
ligious kit, and 81- The meeting has been called
6 1 Hands." guard rail cable At training school as a special meeting to transferthe

into a' t of about ball the Carroll Radish and Grady .= old unincorporated .
"Loyalty ." rest room fac- ROM have returned from Jacksonville of Commerce to I i '
rwlfUy of the coat where they completed the new Chamber of Commerce. t
i dance: hat been paid two week of training at' the Inc., In accordance: with the I
THE tlOMBoNE Buknart. Warn. pickier Lrawted BUlW. Brazfl." '!' was prepared General Motor Training Cen charter and bylaw provision r
Ll'lJ 8.\11) SECTION OF 8CGA Bible.. Bet retake sad a medley Cable ter. Their classes were on thebest Etch member will pay :SO
"" ........ ..1rIII he feata *< fir "....u. Usa Valerie Crefat. Jim Roger tb4 not aO technique: of servicing cent per person charge: for the f
4 aflfflleeca Seated- ta 1M *. ... jimmy Braadea. King and have beta re- Frigldalre appUl cel.: "Coffee hour.1""l. '." ;
left le .....&.' Clark fi fiif
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+ wj Page Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston :na.Thursda1' B. Lester of Bene Glade wu its new educational.., Mothers Club ---
j us -
the buBding W. W. Perry -....
house la ,1"UllD
operating packing
April 23, 1964 Section One
| IKs History Now building recently built by C E. coalman! of the buMng eotnmirtee. ,
Miner and 11 H. Crouch was M. C DoJr was Sunday .,,' .. \, defendant, upon hie
'' THE CLEWISTON NEWS operating a packing house oaUM School superintendent: ol deacons and R. plans banquetA '. ahd c'lthing a. well 01 partn" :f 'h'Eay
/ THIRTY YEARS AGO A. C L. tracks.A W Kelly! chairman prattcti r..
Published every Thursday ot 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston (From dewlston Mews, barbecue and done markedthe Rev L. T Fagan was pastor. ',' '" ,, we accept Christ oa Our
Florida by The Clewlston: Newt, Inc. a Florida Corporation.); April 20, 1934) end of tile sugar aeasoa In The dedication "was hold on Mother and Daughter Banquet :,,1" sioul', w. become the chidr,5:
The school board obtained a d wistoo. E. R. Footetos was Easter Sunday and Dr. John If being planned by mem- 'leaning on his everlasting
Second Class Matter 1. 1937, at the preached the sermon of the Mothers dub for ornH,
t Entered as February court order restraining the Master of Ceremony of the Maguire ben h. to guide and
Post Office in dswlston, Florida under the Act of Congress:\ of county commission from using dance on the lower floor l March 7. 1879.v9B any racing funds, due to a dispute sugar house and 21 dancers educations) units were announced. of the banquet win ba "Remem .,,, :L' iMuranct I

over a division of the from,, Mrs. Harry SatcheU's ber When. Tickets are on ::J"U'o' therefore
NATION IDITOUIAlSubscription funds with the school. The besting schorl of dance in Fort Myerprerintcd Mary Ann HarreU was chosen asia] by Mother Club membwtand roe which b.liltY a*, ,
% was set by Judge White- a program/ during to compete in Ky West In an are 12S tar: the mother pr 'OM."ir I 'tr27:
4 hunt lor May 7. the evening oratorical contest sponsored by :so cents for the daughter.
'.I e >f r' The school board claims $18-! TWENTY YlAtAGO! / the Knights of Pythias Lodge Plane were made at the April Community Presbyterian Church
N'' y 000 Is due :them; the county has (From Clewistoa JMcwf Sharon Clark celebrated her JIflt1nlast week at the: home 4CT Royal Palm! Avenue (
- Bates M 00
per year received to date $7.700, and hasdeposited AprU 21, IMA) 12th birthday with a party. of Mrs. Iced Knedler with Mrl. ,BERRY BORRELL FORD tm nkt-
%'1'I$4' (Return Postage it to till Johnson was installed cohostess 9:4: A.M. Bible School
1 ( 5,000 of Thurmon Sensing director 01 Edgar Bill Holmes as : Youth ,
BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher of the Oewlston 11:00: A.MgWophgp rU
school general" fund.Approximately exalted ruler
research for the Southern States Mrs. Gene Wilson gave a program
'f S. H. STALLS: Managing Editor 800 acres of tomatoes Industrial Council urged that Elks Lodge John James Wynn on the health of growing 'The Unwelcome Christ"
t Telephone: Business and editorial YUIcon 1-1201 were reacting maturing the Florida sugar industry: centered was Installed commander of the chJttdren. The horiesses served Music by the Youth Choir
"r Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves stage on fields! between in Clewiston, be given V. F W. by Past Commander refreshments following the
," tht right to reject any objectioniil, advertisement! dewiatoit and Lake Harbor C. every opportunity to expand.Dr. W. L. Brantley, Jr.Bnyr meeting.
I, Itlll NEWS Hnmi no r.."po..il llltr] for the r.tora .f n.I Swindle celebrated his
ollcltr4 wuimertpts or DdoorrapMSum W. L. Lott soil analyst Mrs. Franklin
.I" NKW assumes BO fliuaclol/ r< pa..lbllltr for tfpo- for the U. S. Sugar Corp. was 14th birthday with a Weiner Attending were Advertising doesn't cost.
Rain- it
.. and Mrs. Lowell p
IrTAplllaal rrn or ecnunliilon t> ..d .rU rri tit bit It notlfMdf roast Simmons PAt
V .uch.r*ers txfor. the nut IMU. of tfe. ii p.rvlU nprlnt e'rwelly great speaker at KlwanlsWiiig ey, guests and Mrs. H. W.
Vast put ef the .i.rtliremmt In which. the rror occurrod. Commander C. V7 Undttj -
f.lu.- Bowling Mrs. Woody Camith-
Ja the .T nt a tlm* .Umtnt would render nil
', !I.11.. :Kiwi will r.4.< ". the >prliv ot the. .r-tJ..mont br aen became commanding: ottlINT !!- era Mrs. Loyd Collins Mrs.
alD.unt"al' to the perc."ta4rs ot the tout .*. sow or crolind cop rjprtMnt.J. SIlt W/C A. A. de Gruyther.
)Irs. Bill Holmes Mrs.

LASTcount mnander T. 'E. Conkling of the was AmericanLrgtalv elected cruise finest Charles Martian, Mrs. Ernie 1DRIVING

:1'A Poet )succeeding R K, John Redlsh.Schemer Mrs. Bra Sanford Mrs. Quincy, Mrs. t<<

good time to be a woman'"Any Miller, of talklie.Kt Members of the Owiston Westberry Mrs. Hilton Williams

t' : %. itarl l Peters gays a party Boat Club and their guests who Mrs. Gene Wilson and .
for hitr' daughter Barbara, on made the Sunday cruise down
time U a good: time to b. a woman, said a wom- : Mrs. Joe Bundy. ,
.. her VAl\ River from
had said birthday. the Caloonatmtcbee
tacw when she heard what the First Lady
an *e
...."'W naneI Ann maker: underwent an LaBclie to Fort Myers voted tt
And! we wouldn't tern It any other vray one of the finest in the club's BIRTHMr.
emergrriy COSTS
Kcwever, 'We see what Mrs Johnson meant when, receiving -
an honorary doctorate of laws at Texas Woman : Abner H. The Junior Class entertainedthe hls".ory.The weather was perfect, the and Mrs Hilburn Murphyof t ,

.I University, the said: 'It is a good time to her a woman be- Vann seniors at a banquet using scenery beautiful the trip went Clewlston announce the arrival .
United Nation's Theme 51.1'0
causa your country, more now than at any time in its history a off vifimt problems of any of a boby son Mark Warren
wood Han, of
Is utilizing! your abilities and IcislUsance. Ph. Junior class,pratideat was toaotmaiter, lOri, and] the 38 persons enjoyeda on April Kh at St Mary's Hospital
Many women v.th: the latter two qualifications! feel YU and MauryiM Prewltt was relaxing day. in West Palm Beach. The CHECK
they cant: !folly use them as wives and mothers, or vriE senior class president la the group: were: :young man weighed 7 Ibs. 14ft
have loft the use of them by the tIm do children ore TEN AGO Eddie Crosby Mr. and Mrs ounces at birth. THOSE e
grown and they have time to spone., At l least this is the .StATK\ l'AH'. (From dewiitoa News, Harry Vaughn Jr., and family.Mr Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bryantof
!*tt...AnaiC\ =f and Mrs. Jim Branneu Lakeport are parents of a
curreil{ American folklor-stoutly .h nl E\t by many happy I April O 19841) TIRES. I
hom jtakers, exploited! by sociological:: popularizes, eoiV- tat tnt KM)*),Y The' First Baptist Church and limfljr, Mr. and Mrs. Phil daughter, Debra Lynn, born l t
ovuly studied by educators Shuford Mr. and Mrs Roy Mar- Thursday, April 18. In Hendry
tin ant Mr. and Mrs. R. E. General Hospital The baby i}
One mother who has certainly appeared to salve\ t I'TO'\ t-..tl,-i, t Waldron, Kay Wynn. Karl E. weighed seven pounds, two Driving on worn .

problem for harsolf is Mrs. Mary I. Bunting, president HRadcllfle Oily' :J /NtllHITO Edwards and eons, Mr. and ounces. tires is asking for,
4 : and she has been greatly-arid/ sonaoUsm:: controversially //I II' SUNSH1NK SIAJB Mrs. R. M Hare, Mr. and Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Solon Kingson trouble. For safety's

-concerned about helping other women! achieve \ %> Dickinson7) O. H. Mamma Mr. and Mrs. are the parents of son, Solon sake ,
see us now 1
the best that is in them. There is a kind of poetic justice in \/7 Skip Cothern and family, Mr. Herman Jr.. who was born on bwf
the President's appointment of her as the first woman on 10 You-The PeopleSaturday and Mrs. Ron Hare and family Monday. April 20 In Hendry
the Atomic Energy Commission. NIne boat were taken by General Hospital weighing seven

But she is lust one of the 93 women appointed since trailers to LaEelle: and launched pounds, seven ponces at We have the latest in wheel aliens
)January, including two women amhl: : mors, to whom sssISSII sI in the river there; at Fort birth.
Mrs. Johnson drew attention. She very properly looked peso aunt Myera the party met for lunch equipment[ to pv\yiride\ you with fast II,
beyond the United States to the worldwide "revolution of at Edison Cafeteria and aftera
DIOKflIOflcANrnoers" $ rest cruised back to LaBelte curate service.
; the rising! expectations of women.
to reload their boats on trailersfor
( It delights us. Surely the feminine majority deserves
} the equal rights expected by minorities. The President ia ass eoveaNePtN the trip home. Stop +{u'1} Today .

r dramatizing the situation by seeking out women for 1m- [B

]port mt: Jobs. When equality of opportunity is established E 11..!: 7:10 Prizes galore at
: !the right person should get the right Job without regard to -- --

tr i not! to be misunderstood.! -Christian Science Monitor) (Pol. adv. pd. by Dickinson for governor state camp treiuri CHRISTIAN IClfrlc
Nine tables of card players
+ enjoyed the benefit card party RADIO SERIES Phone

'...... 4 a of the HeiKir General IIo piteJAuxiliary WSWW! ..OelKCBEfLK !) h Delivery 8m'
:.' ,. at Sugmland Audi'torium
.e' td..d !
,;, t. ., ... Saturday, afternoon.! : Sagarland Hwy
float ctt.e/ players chose SUNDAYS, 12:43 F.M. e CleW"J1j
n <<,
; bridge but each group was per- i I
: milled ,to play whatever game
this'C"l they wished.
When you see Frit for high score was lifts I
at each table, and a door
: J'f' furUa was also awarded.
Tin* hospital Auxiliary mem-
,, hers wish to express appreciates
; to the public for support- Join The Winner -
: tog ttv* party and a special
thanks to Glade Gas Co., Toggery -
Shop Parkinsons! Cor-
fcla', Thrill Drugs, Sport
,, J'"" Shop, Beg (Franklin Store G id-
;. deal Furrlture, Bond Street
;: ..... Jewelers( *Id Sugar land Pharmacy tAV
: ) tar th* glti. of the prizes
and the U. S. Sugar Corporation
: for the UM of the hall.

M .f" Robert L

Sandra Swayneis .
f ;
; Fair hostess

,'I" ,' ,, \.'., Miss Sandra Swayne of West a

i. (,, I, Palm Beach daughter of Mr. YEOMANJr. !
i f'f.\ ":. and Mrs. & K. Swayne. of
is in New York to
serve as one of the seven hostesses

fJ J f t;''';., at the Palm Beach County 4

'i ,' ;'H;;1 .: {' rJ''i youll be glad you bought a Plymouth ,V hostesses Miss Swayne left West and Palm five Beach other :; .

t Saturday, making the trip to
I.f' New York by Jet They were

,] : .; Plymouth's engine and drive train warranty ,.. given duties special while still training in West for Palm their

': Beach and will undergo further
I. has 26,000 miles more to go. orienting after reaching New YOUR
York. .

,f:,' Ford and Chevrolet warranties on these parts end here. '.;,. Miss Lynn. Vaughn who Is
attending Rollins College, will
1 \ .'I>J" J.i Join! the group in llII1e.GarrettCotton.

,i i t: r. '" ...: TAX COLLECTO

I 'Mrs Ramona Garrett announces

1..: If you keep your new Plymouth for 5, it earlier, you'll have a car which should .:T;' daughter the Linda engagement Karen to of Troy her

,f 'I years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes be much more attractive on the: used : Cotton. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. COURTEOUS CAPABLE

first, you'll be protected all that time by car market. Either way you're far ahead t J.Miss Cotton Garrett of Baker is a, member Florida. of

: this remarkable warranty. If you trade with Plymouth. 'sftHUtr the senior das of Clewlston 1 ,
1 High School "
b.. t': Mr. Cotton,who attended Baker '

.1. High School. Is employed at ...0- ... Business Management
:... .It I MOW PLYMOUTH SjTDONa I/M WAMUNTT MOTICr TOOi Chiyitar CofpanttM Mmnts tor I y4n or' Bryant Sugar House by United E -
f.. 80,000 rotes whfctwwr sane Ural, ..*....dttaeU In nwterW.*did wortm n.hl. and wfl rvptae er'r.p lr at a Chryttar States Sugar: Corporation. xperlence d I In
It' Motore c.r-tIoII Authortn4 DeaIIr".11.15. of...........the........ bIocII.IIwd and School puts.InhM-nIfoId. rube .'", An early summer wedding isplanned. 'Plea'sin"the people
pulse. trannnlnlM. CMC and.Intwral. wrta(utdudlnf manual ekikhX torque eciwwtor, *'" shaft,wiMfMl.Jolnti, tsar .
.d..sad 4lffwnlM" lad n.,wtwl.bMrtngt ol Ra 1M4.---....provided the. swan.tas. the. tnfkM. .!etwnf awry ( ,." ,
j a months or' 4,000 m....Mifehmr earn* Ant....el later r..l ... oj"l ........ -r I manllM and,.,....* ry 1 yeas,and- I SMnttia AmiMiM to sucn a M.*r..td...N pert rme_ .
1 of............ .........NqUMtI.........&,to.nIIJ(1)-'Pt' of_II........ntI(2).............-.nt"' ...... .

his iuo.

,A!: Imagine what this can mean to resale value! I can fulfill the duties of this office properly, and *

: : Boats Guides Gas Ice Have time to ('do "YOU", a favor. -'RLY
r : SanBenitotts. Fishing Tackle: Supplies
: Highway & :" "

: .. .Motors Johnson'

u Clevruton, Fla. FilLing Camp
I amine. J'1a.

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Patrol auxiliary Besides the members special! Rainbow Assembly dewiston. Fla Tim: CLEVISTOV NEWS Pane<< Three ,i&1&
Thursday April 23. 1984 Section One t ,
guesta\ included Capt. Jake 1,1
enjoy bar-b-quo
Mrs A. H. Vina, greed
Raulerson, deputy ,
salt mit Mombena ot the Clewlstoa aDd first sergeant Rlf>h..Hayt will visit, the Moor: HavenAwmbly Monday: meeti,.,.. recognized .which. / U ;3tijppci1 by the sa I 'Y(
Florida Highway Futnil AuxftV ot Branton; U.: John Conroy Our on Monday invited April 27 'the ApriL blrtfeday of Lynda srrrblles. 1 >
ary and 'Uicj whet( enJoyed aRttilc */ Fort Myers; and Trooper memtori are togo Carlton and the annlvvtunry U
( dinner TVesday night at l>kv. ToniUiuon, Lewis Tydligs and V, essitt by Ailing tba :Mr and Mrs. A. K. Vans of the It was announced that Lynda
JOllie re$a lt1! the Lajko:! Home The unit U of dewlston: Jack Bent of color atct'ons: for the Moore advisory board. Ctllton mill, serve In Grand
Haven Assembly. Girls! who
Moon wishto Cfcolr and Diane Rackstraw, AI
composed of men from Moor' haven and Roy Kutto of
Haven, L BUe and C.ewlstol\! > L*Belle. go should meet at the Masonic Lynda Carlton, worthy advisor Grand Page at the Grand At.senbly ;.
Hall on Tuesday lot 6:30. Formals > announced that $1510 from July 21-25 'The all)* I
wEl be worn. the silver drill at Installation thanked/ \ jte Advi+cry Board for 1 f psarlecting \
about The Rainbow girls! at'their will be given to the service: fund them for !Ode horn"*. ," I
J1'j' d like is snake a loUdpoint > I IDDaV ;: .
, ,f you trade ftcTare ** runs out. Still Special During Philco Week --- i' I)

100%protection on the vital moving ( Your Support and Vote For 1 '

cent for any needed labor. Pays t

1,1, every for the balance of the 5 year or Plus 20

bundle for your ear when
a big !
Read the details :
feeling isn't it? on
'it's worth to Want
below. money you. ,,,, i i'' i ,

& & & A commemorative Documentary Recordingand ,y I
& : :
1'h ; Photographic Album of the Allied Invasionof Will Be Appreciated L {

I Hart's' fro0' that Chrysler Is Normandy, June 6, 1944. Si :-' -. .
( .
cut In Its clan-rtad 'his ) : t ti
than any
'j'j i warranty coverage: Chrysler Corporation li; Only $2.00 __ i

vital carts/ outs 1964 cut for 5 years or 60,000 Candidate for '
I.j j which time any such parts that prove defective / / / iCE TRAYS each 79# :
or repaired at a Chrysler Motors
j replaced ius/ness without charge for such parts or labor:. 11-<1ay European Tour for $-tJiO!) > for Veterans {

j tnt,!to manifold, water/ pump, transmission cast ( of World War II. Visit Fraroe, Belgium, "
j c/i/t/ :h). torque' converter, drive aMt universal / Luxembourg, Germany Austria and Switzerland.See Clerk of the Circuit Court .
I w! wheel bearings.REQUIRED MAINTENANCE: / ws for details.Caritheir's. I
'j required under the warranty-change engine I
whichever comes first t;replace oil filter every : of Hendry County ; \
,I filter every I months and renlM/ It''m'two years: ;
'.j of thIs required service toaChysferMotors: '
j tun to certify/ receipt of each evidence and :y
I tu
'! such important protection Jff* )

,j __._' +"R'w''w'Mk'I'!+n.M+ Radl\D TNiekell
oj 1-i'W;: 4i' W'::t1" 'W'I&P VtJ''\ & \ OIL W. W. 1 II! Veteran r

10S lond Street ]BUg. 1.' I I

Sfe0" ., Ph. YU 2.W41Th Courteous '* Dependable Qualified :' I'I'I '

the bent of the I r'

(Paid PoU Advertising by Tom Hull) II II'r I II
I" ,
Aurmoftuco DfAUM '

W ,a !t demand for fat 1I _, IIJI: I'B, 'II'tt., \ : I (,
''it I" II#- IG' II "'gID'I' "III'l "
Mid stocker

BECK' cattle is henvyT.J.U. ; THRIFT DRUGSShopper's : l

Buy' nV this:\ I
j Lunch ; '
b'zhway and San n<<', to Street cattle you wart every day :,"\ : '

: 581 2 for 98f ;.' I
Menu this week( 'ndi t.
Way'n -Sale. Every Monday: at 1:00 1>.\1. whipped potatoes .t II k

*CH OF JEN C 1.11'1 I flU" BAPTIST I' string beans ti
Hooker Potot 1(3 E. Vemtara
dinner roll. and butter
Paul Strickland, tttor Rev. Leon M. 1'( I
Aim.Sunday School ;Interim : '. \) \
__ 'lI _.l.jt. ".lI.\tt\
00 1.in-Morning Worship. 9:45 R--Sunday : ,
y: .U:00 a.m.-:Momtnj( : : GLADE LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. r il
00 p.-Prayer Moettna; *iS p.nv-Tralnlusf
turdayW : 8 00 pin.-Evening' : ) II
p.m.-Youth Meeting Wednesday I'WM! WI I-IOU Bold Glade, J'ta. I
7:00 pjxu-Ottloers
HOLLVES8 Mb OewtstM CHURCH 5 00 p.m. -Service.t .

Her! J. R. Taylor Pastor :45 p.-Cbolr>> '
I 00>> a,m.-Sunday School. : 0 ATTENTIONIFarmers SENDJ [
00 a.m.-Morning Worship. FIMT : : {
a Ml W. CMC*!*
Service p.m.-8I1J1d.y Evangelistic Rev. David :; Cane Growers and Ranchers 1 I''

a .-Prayer Service. U:09 a.m -Mornln*
idjj a pm.-Youth: Service. 6;00 p. .- :

7:30: P.BL Evening "
< : A Law CMI Farm M.rt "je-
OITmlmE Thursday
: LOAN : ;
7:30 -Choir
CHURCH pjn. To The
Will Famish Cash TeKeflaaMe t'r
>W N. Francisco Street debta.Ftnanee .
Bra Chester Johnsoa ST. MARTDT8 firm 1m,..."...... aew ksJUtaft, per. r
Interim Pastor ( I .Install trrifatUn.Assist .
..Fasf chase wind soaohlnes and LegislatureDuring '
|II a-Sunday School. ZW In porehase ef a farm peeve M neat .

|s 1 p.m.-BTC.i.in.-Monung Worship. Sunday Rev. dark Services H. : '.. Purchase eapital men fowls land.PrevUe for the farm enterprise. his 16 yearn in Hendry County he has been Ube;: .,

M> pm-Evening Worship. 7:30 e.nu-Early : ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN al and impartial in giving of J his time and service to all I
,: 10;30 ..m.-Famlly : HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
communities in the
|.1 Pm.-Prayer Service. Church : 1. Lewer payasraU.S. county ,
-- Salnti and Holy Easier terms tap to 10 yean). \
CHTtCH OF GOD nounced. : I. Dependable service (serrtaf irleoltare! eselaslTclysine. A brief review of his record -
l Math Pseine Avezme Confession.by' .., .'HIT). MEMBER OF F(".
Rev. Joe Coleman 4. Fall prepiraaent privflecee witkevt penilty. ,J
'5.oday School HI-HAVEN I. Lean service by) local people) familiar with local afrtcottar. ARY ROAD PROGRAM FOR OUR ENTIRE COUNTY i N\ '
n-Hornlng Service.. Highway .. 1952 WORKED FOR ADOPTION OF CONSTITUTIONAL ": '. I
fflaeiday P Pm.-Evenlng Worship. Rev. Vie Turner. U we E.a MAT. be, Mrr.ef service.r DOYLE to yva E.please ABBOTT'write, Assk er phone MfT. AMENDMENT NO. 1 UNDER WHICH FUNDS ARE NOW BE- !
9:45 a m.-Sunday
1100 anw-Morning
*day: 6:41 p.nu-Training : Federal Land Bank Associationof GRADES 1 THROUGH 12 '
: ,
Pat-Young People' En- $:00 p.m.-Jlvel: :
deavor._ Wednesday': Bradenton 12 YEARS AS CHAIRMAN OF IIENDRY COUNTY WATER y "
-Communion' and tlS Both .: : : DRY COUNTY J. I
Worship Service, James F. t :
P m.-<:ommuniolt Sunday: "
Worship Senlce. 10:00: ..m.- IIMMlYIN. :
: .
T. ,:
11:00 a I
30 pm.-Bibu Study.R 11:00: a. .- :: II/JIJI/AWn OYMNATORIUMS AT EACH OF THE COUNTY'S HIGH I ; \
lEBov 7:30 p.m.-: SCIIOOLS- : 1

Rol-411 AIrS WrrNFBSES W. E1 PIM Wednesday 7:45 pnu-Chrlafi: : : j MEMBER OF SCIIOOL BOARD. 6 YEARS. NOW CHAIRMAN 11 I t te j

khtower *"*. Thursday: : 1g Mbe JUNIOR COLLEGE .1 YEAR AS VICE CHAIRMAN SE. i
730 p.m.-PnJ'U If
,,Bible sady 100 p.m. Study. : AT LECTED STAFF, SITE AND ASSISTED IN SETTING UP '\"::
HIniiti7 ScbooI.730: Friday: : BUILDING PROGRAM "

8enIce v........._ 4:M p-nu-Hoyal Al Fuller'sMary
weekly Church Feature Is 1962. UNDER WHICH,FUNDS ARE NOW BEING i'ROVIDED t I


Ken Y Tractor Poises > *> .> '
Co. Giddens Phone
._- I-aoa Store 1144' E. Sngarland Hwy. ClewUton. ITa.| A PBOYEN'lECO.BD.} OF PUBLIC SERVICE I 1 i

Porn Cities .,. .JJ ." .,. '" (PDt political adrerHeanart by /. S. Spent, eampeJto! treammI ) I _
Service -ar a SSST: t9 ;#.,4.
7V OddeM

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la ot William DeLoder, employ-attended graduation
Library places
Page Too THE CLEW'ISTON NEWS Oewtooa FU. working on their oration eel bUM 'U. 8. Public Healthat Gainesville and lhe:1erebe.:

Thursday, April 21, 1M4 Section One IUd About guest twenty modeled-dve, member bat of }r l books on sehlvesThe Scrvl KU'fldtno.! D. C. also In Oewlstoo for few d T"1

their own making.In competition Wtowin new books were
before the three iafge chosen. shelves of the
Hat Parade brings out The bat parade took plAte prior\ Qewlston Public Library this

to the meeting week reports Mi' Alice Tord
The winner were .In. W T
latent talent of club membersI' Stitt. prettteet bat Mrs. F. E. ;JbrarUn. Mach
VeMre. mart original\ hat, and Radio and Televtiion burr 'yon
Mrs. W. C. Owen, clewreat! hat. they work.-Mike Bienstock.
: Ii. At the April nwettaf ClI the buckram: base. a fcktixl& Sable?: Their prize were potter! tower ]
of PbotgraptyGkxrgina
I the skeleton of as old The Delight!
:\ Oewhloa Cjrrteo Club bald mat or ca
t container\ Serving**judges
\ Thursday at the home c< Mr. hat were Mrs. W. P. Jerufgan. Mrs. Reid.
f' P. )L Mclatyre Garden dub Some of the hat c1a.ed! France McDonald; and Mr*. Early MaID lathe New World APARTMENTS
I' :,. members thawed whit can be were put together the morning Gerald E. Calder Kenneth MacGowart.The "
.: done with flowers from their During the business i _loa
o< the meeting; JOINt "miniaerf library I 11 on the second!
;"/ gardens. florist shop or supermarket *at up the preview taM! the present officer of the club r 0 floor c< the NickeU Budding and
mounted ca a little until the wee email bow vent! reactivated to serve for is open each Jtoodar Wedne now leasing
day and Friday evening fromT
: LIter in the program a panel till 9 and each: Tuesday, .A .
discussion horticulture wa '
,s. : held. Thursday noon from end 1 to Saturday S p.m. after .' 'OneandtwobedroomsAir
GOULD !BROS. Panel members were Mrs. E. 1
L. Stewart. Mrs. Ira T. Blair u'Ir 1I I
and Mrs. W. C. Owen.
,I Delicious refreshment of WINVEKS OF THE HAT MR.IDE. At the Garden Club Attend graduationat conditioned and heated I
fruit punch and cookie were meeting these three ladle itttttti awards for the best bats II
l Spring Paint Sale served the members end guest U their dirlslons. left. Mn W C Owes wears the cleverest U. of Florida I
on their arrivaL There were hat: h wa fashioned of a pair of cotton garden glove the
thirty present wrist planed taftftM to 'term a peak and the angers with Mis Marion. Leydig. Mr. Laundry facilities !
Roller and Tray . . . $1.50 .,all-are. iuT' :> VIA aides! .f the hat and decorated with a Leah SpI<*r. Mrs. Roberta : \.
day ray !Mrs W. T'.HUM wears the prettiest! hat made from teller, 21i Sandra Bell, and I
3" Paint Brush . . . $2.20 Audubon Society EUabeth DcLosler: at-
a rood aqua table pat, fashioned Into a bonnet shape and tin I
Plastic Cloth . 991 exercises it
many use meets ThursdayThe trimmed with plnH aidl ". Mrs F. E. Veltre'l most eridnal tended jradaatk'O .
of :TlwJda G lne 220 Ventura Avenue
Interior.F terilr) Reg. $3.70 hat wa fashioned irtat palm fibre. decorated with dried sou- University
'J'' viCe, Sunday when William!
Latex Paint . . . . $2.98 Lake Okeechobee: Audubon Hewer seed pede sad, saute miniature pine cones. DeLozler gnduAted with the
Society: win meet Thursday
Fume proof, mildew resistant Reg. $6.40 night April 30 to the Social STAFF PHOTO. Bachelor of Electrical l Engineering Clewiston, Fla. !

House Paint . . now $5.98 Hall of the First Methodist Church Thursday afternoon, degree i
Church. Missionary pilot Mr. James E DeLozlcr, cou- __
Caulking Compound . . 351 April 16th The minister of tile
Slides will be shown by Mrs. speaks at church Church Rev. Heuijr Horrell
Fred Sike of scene In Western ..
:Missionary Pilot Paul Davit Ford officiated
Licensed and Insured ContractorsFree Canada and by W. T. Suit l
of the Everglade National la to speak at the Clewiston Assembly Only members of the families
of God on Sunday, morn mended the wedding
Estimates tnt April 28 at 10 and 11. Paul
311 Yi Suguland Hwy. Ph. YU 3-2111 All and member visitor are are urged cordially to attend Davis, until! six months ago,wa> rector Mr. Robbins and l Mrs Is a Bobbins retire con-baa Iewisltion Auto Sales !
the of
invited. owner tile Csi>HUac alas 'Men Clewlston for several
Company in Lake Worth Fin .
teuiioiis M clerk telegrapher far i
lIe was the chute ,--- "
a youth lender. in the Bethel+ I
The couple! is residing In hi* BRAND f' j
Temple at Lake Worth. I
home on South Atlantic Avenue. .
The need had arisen la LJ I
beets West Africa, for a missionary 1964 Ford Galaxie'500'4nloor !
pilot And business manager e
for ,the Assemblies of Cud .
SPECTACULAR SALEAt Missionary enteii>rla>. Though sedan, fully < Sir. Davis wa not an (obtained l Irl Sat., April 24 23:
minister, he wa quickly approved DOUBLE FEATURE
for missionary service "MY SON THE HEKO" ( for $3,861.) our pri"s3,595.00? |
because of his training Made for Laughs
Mr. Davis! will fly over the
second most dwiH Jungle,in nil ME BW.t.:""" OF
the world. Pastor JainAU.Kim BOB HOPE i
ted invite you to hear, Mr A* usual, Its for fun New\ 1964 Pontiac
Davis this Sunday morning at
the Assembly of Cod, located Sun. -Moo, April 28 27
: The Toggery Shop at 215 South Francisco Street "SHOCK TmEATMFNT" Demonstrator never registered 4-door Catalina
Mr. Davis Is to ,give a> special STUART CAROL LYNLEYLAUREN WKUMAM fully equipped including air conditioningLists
.1 \ message to teenagers!( at 10 a.m. BACALL
The Assembly Chair: la to be
Can you take Shock: Treatment
singing under the direction of for $4,080our, ) price
Mrs. Lewis Xellr.RobbinsBurdette" ( $3,595.00
is still going on .. -
Tees Wed., April 28. M
Returning again in all Its

ainJet c. E. Raltnn'' n'iv and married Mr*. Mary to a The iple&dor.great glory of Lees and Our records show that, in, our 15 months ,of oper--

mdt 4 itttaaotiy performed\ In r ith.:
Plenty of good substantial merchandise at greatlyreduced the Community Plesbyt4slsn'
y ation, we have sold 512 cars arid trucks!

prices. There must h -,
a reason

W 'fE"JfJuVN( jV6'FOI

\ .,;, ;, I : ", '. > : .r ;':>> AI I Inquire today f for CUE"' prices on any msker,

I ; t WQ mlstreduce! our stock You Old Titeg

I... ,\, t. NEW or USED, CAR OR TRUCK

t oj
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r 1\: r.J., j TRADE Clewistoll Auto Sales

r" Bll E. Sugarland Hwy. YU 248C1


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; : 1ftUNLoP CARL E.

I : ,:'j I I: Chef Ernest McCray : 'ri: HORNSBYCandidate t

""t' TIRES

i is ready to broil for'YOU for

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"' {: A Selected Grade U.S. Choice' .
J Top ,
\ I;. . BISON NYLON Superintendentof

\ r', ; 'i New York Cut Size Tire Price.1st Price Tax..' __


I :. r SIRLOIN STEAK 750x14 $14.95 $6.95 $1.91 ___

670x15 14.95 6.95 1.91 InstructionBelieves _

: : (Available from Noon for those who/ cant wait until 6 PJI/) BLACKWALL 13" TUBELESSEach

., ,I, J 600x13 $12.95 $1.43
,r. I' : 3 Served in our'dmmg room '
.' 13.95 in
1 |1.61
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,li.!; day White Wall Only $2.00
10. More Per Tire

li I'I '.,.*... RECAP TIRE SALE Quality education for all youthA

I:'" PLAN NOW i 670x15 Black Tube Type ...en
Enjoy Dining.Out
50x 14 Black Tubeless
A. constant appraisal and curriculum
I' 800x14 Black Tubeless / >Ex tf.. updating

(I : : f TH- GLEWISTON INN FORD'SShell Carl Hornsby

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and Mrs. Arthur F Xrueietr: Spaghetti Da THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five
I here last week, supper Boys in Service Thursday April 23, 1W4 Section One

Mr. and Mrs Cent Collins of "too" successful
a Pet 1 TuII, of
tt t titter Roy a son
Sebring were guest of bur
hl f a Mr and Mn. Oiiries L Tall I
Mrs M. C Keen and )fr. By Cbria Kelly > i,
Clewiston Fto. II-
, 1 1R Keen Sunday. completed a
P171SUQG The Senior Class aponwred\ a week: radio teletype operation
: r a ,t. ., "Opt Sherwood Rail U S..Atr ,Sphagetti! capper at the school course April 17 at the Army
:PERS'; Forts, spent the weekend I' 'inCl'wlstai .'Cafeteria Thursday night Ticket Southeastern Signal School, Sewing MachinCenter\
AS &
with Ms brother e were sold and epproxlmatply Fort Gor on. Ga.
< M. Hall and and hIS' new location
lFar one hundred and fifty peopla Toil wa trained to use rw io
Mr and Mri. James L. Oviena uncle and aunt, Mr and Mr. ,
id t rV and .J were expected to\ attend. Under transmute. and rcoetvw! and us AVE.'ICE A BELLE GLADE WY I-JZSO
daughter, Kathy. JI", a n. lisa. Cai>\. Hall is in fluepnvicesa :the supervision of Mrs Riggio,
teletypewriter equipment ueing
4 n 1 Thomas B. Owen and of being transferredfrom Machines and
a John the Sewing Things
spaghetti was prepared in both voice and Morse code
d Owens vlsCed. relative* in Tam the ClovU. N. M Air Base'to
true Italian ,
(1 pa Sunday I:Igln Base Command at: FoI1Walt1n Wit tailed ttylu to realize But apparently what a- The 23-year old soldier entered Sales and Service fl II IIWe
Mr. and Mr. J. B. Stanford, Beach Fla The family wonderful the Army In October 1M3 :;
turnout would
we and completed basic combat are In Oewiston every Wednesday and Friday
Dale and DennW Tierce pat expects to move> to Fort Walton bAve, More people kept coming training at Fort Gordon. Come in; Call in; Write in, Free pickup and delivery ,;it
the weekend In Ocala visiting; Bitten some time next month. aM finally disaster struck \
1 Mr. lie is a 1960 graduate of ClewIstoa
and Mr.
Gerald Roberts Mr. sod Mrs Frank Cox
were we ran out of spaghetti cancel !
1 School
and Mr. and Mrs Phillip RjberU vlstjors: bk West Palm Beach Consequently, tile people> at the High !
x at Halt Moon Flab camp Sunday end of the line were treated to r
Other guest of Oe' Robert of tossed salad Italian bread cake
eani 9.a Mlsi Dean Webb, daughter !
G family were Mr. and Mr. Kennetn Mrs J. U McDaniel, who U a and spaghetti 'topped vrHh tomato -
a Bailey of Hlateah YOUR VOTE WILL HELP ,
student at :the University of sauce We sincerely apologbcv i
eFume Joseph Duquette celebrated his Florida fen Gadnesvltte: 9st to all those who receivedthe
e 33rd birthday at hI. home Saturday weekend tor New York wlr last portions but w.. did !

Resistant $598 ., April 18, with a family she will be employed at the the best we could on the spur RE-ELECT ; ;
party d
World Fair during\ the nexttrimester of the! moment ,
John Owens, U S Marine ,
The! Seniors cleared one bul.odI'ed
per la1. Corp., left Monday tor the Na
seventy five dollars on this
val Base at Pensacola where ] \
Now Save $2.00 gal. ho reported'! for a six months project and are extremely
Buy per tour of duty grateful to the many people who J
helped make the supper a success .
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cox of We would especially like ; '
TOWN PAINT &;HARDWARE Ortona. Mr. and Mrs. Alex to thank Mrs. Rigglo and Mr. I f ies
i "
Hen&y of
Moore Haven and Patient admitted-Tom Oscar Twiddy.
suglll'lal\l1\ IIwy. Ph. YU 2-68Gl Mr. and Mrs Calvin Swindle Wllklson. George Tinunls, We would also like to remind 1\
: were Sunday dinner guesta of Dewey TorrpJdnji! Elisdora SiW you that !the Seniors are selling : 1I
\ jI'lJr": ,/NNYIY Mr. and Mrs. Don Galasstnl. ,
.i: ". WP' va, Horacl Hernands, Debbie refreshment at the Concerts in
I : Mrs .
Harry Schick and
daugh. Perkins, Robert !Harris; Chloe the 1'ai'k The Sugarland Sin( I
ter, Sally and Mrs Frank Hamburg James l1uIlLtl"lS..Jtoti." ems Concert i 11 Friday night and .
Zemonek and daughter, Barbara m Hopkins Suzan I-li4&iO\ the Stolon will split the profit r !
I enjoyed Sunday at Fort Beatrice Ford. Charles Wells, with till croup. A benefit
Myers Beach San Juana Torres movie U coming that will po- "
Mr. and Mrs R L. Pape and Vide entertainment for the entire -
"Now What Ilr and Mrs S. H. Stalls spent Patlenti remaining-Tom Oscar family. We sincerely thank '
Wllltinson, James Hugglns, dt
the weekend at Cape Coral. the community for their support 14"
Mr and Mrs Joe Bundy and Charles! Wells George Tlmmls in all our undertakings. ,
Arthur Camithers Dillon Hall, >
Mr. and Mrs. Woody Carruth-
Was Her ers and children spent Sundayat Margaret Bowers Horacto lice
Fort Myers Beach rRndr., : Wotdow Fltmtnina, Arthur Stars will honor
James E. Brandon spent Mon Bertine, Marjorie Smith, -
in Susan/ Hlngaon, Doris Bryant leaders E. NAIL
day Fort Lauderdale where past
he attended! a meeting of the San Juana Torres, Marie Tiger Campbell
Southern Association! of Accredited L. M LDly, R. M. Luckey, Sugarlnnd Chapter, Order of i iI
High, Schools Vernon. M? er. Mae Mathii, Eastern Star will honor past I
Rifle Rttlla.BmTHDAT ] matrons and it
and Lena Franklin punt patrons
W. G. Perry, Jack Scott
Mrs. Catherine, Brown are attending the regular noting, Monday; COUNTY COMMISSIONER ;

:TEA meetings In Miami GHEXmNCS April 27 J ,

this week. April 23 Ricbarl Bethea.Q Invited All Eastern to attend Star this members meeting are, District One
Mr. and Mrs John Phillip
H. Manilla, 1'lttt/ Ange.Jr. at tbeMallOOlclla1lat.p.n1.
A >erv important phone number well Let and Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Doerr .. Mrs George Kvl/Jty, Qualified By Experience :
of Avon Park in Clewiston
Our phone number is 2-7501, and can be equally Wednesday visiting were Mr. and Mr*. April 24-T. J. Adorns Mrs. :, '
Jesse Passmore, Mattie Sue VTO- (Political Adv raid by Campbell E. Mall ::'
important if have doubts about in- Card of ThanksOur l'
you any your Ray Langford. The date was Mr name. .a, .i
Is of Langford birthday and 'UM 1
turance most insurance tied
coverage. your April 25-Myrle MIller Mrl. heartfelt thank to alt who
up in a neat "one package" homeowners policy: friends came down for a birthday Archie B. Nail. B. E. Nail Jr,. extended comforting: sympathy ,;
Have you checked your policy for full protection Mr and Mrs. Richard Duncanof Mr. A. W. Waldron Sr, aDd help in out recent sorrow.'For ,
April 26-Old Brown, Douglas,( : !the beautiful floral offerings
against today's valves' Don't get caught Muscattoe Iowa, visited Mr
Alston, M.rs.
Barton, Marguerite and other kLndnmrae, ware individual in
Use our phone number! Quincy Westberry\ deeply grateful Every t.
I April 2T-Jo Milton Mandry Mr and Mrs James Hill,
Bakery C. A. (Mutt) Thomas, Henry Mr. and Mr*. Bobby Tel,

Beardslsy-Nash Insurance Agency Ray's McDuffie April 28, -Frank Warren: Gentry O. Morgan, end family of Tommy UU2: Hendry County has always-it

Home Jr". Mary RldgdiU John Taylor
Sugarland Highway Ckwiaton Jr., Bonnie Lee ,
baked bread April 29-L T. JUdldlU. Mrs. would like ta: thank *Uthe. been and will; continue
Elisabeth Dtttocier Ellen: Larsen. people who unreel eucrktnaneee
--- 722 E. Sugarland Hwy. Dorothy Sue. Duncan. during the illness and
Phone YU 2-5101 April aV-Tay AlweH, H. L. death of our JOB, J. RIM.Sir. v. '' s
,Davlsp Gene Wilaotu and Mrs, Ntoh WhUdon/ to b eImportant

j See the following Mobile Uomti' oat> display at' the

I 'Comet..World's 100,000-Mile Durability ChampionAt to

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ClewlstonTRAILER; Daytona a tam of four specially equipped In Africa, Comet showed tie stamina again In
'64 Comets each traveled day sad eight 100,000 "the wildest ride on IIrth"-the"'Oft.ool.pt'
miles at over 105 mile 'per hour- an tinEast African' Safari' Rally 94 car started Only

SALES equaled feat of stamina and durability 21 finished the run-two of' them wee Comets. Frank Polhille I IL L

a- :
H2'xGO' Marlette[ 3-bedroom $6.850.00 .

H0x50 Marlette 2-bedroom fr." kit. 4,450.00 < I

HOxGO Marlette Commander DeLuxe 5995.00 : "

1-10x43' Marlette "Holiday House" 3,475.00 rr ", Lt ;: ,

2-bedroom .,/.: \' I

H0x55 Marlette 3-bedroom7l: baths 5,150.00:)() '.,.i.i "

I-Dt>monstrator. lO'xW, '2-bedroom, I

front t kitchen 3,69500 "

1-Cranbrook,10':50'', 2-bedroom. fr. kit. 3,95000 : \: I
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l-Cr .nbrook. 10'x55', 4,575.00 ,". 41 l '. .

3-bedroom r ,.
Bunk Beds ) 1, .w y

1-Eequire,1D'x55', 2-bedrooxnJ3 bath 4,850.00Low ;.,

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h rate of return will addup regularly tore Leads the sales success parade!, !

re build your insured savings quickly and d. ( .

ftleelyl I Open' your,account with us today. .'jungle-@u.s!moat .. I
.". ''lit I can do. After 100,000 mile* .1 Deytorw. toughest car event want more rtalClftlUIIIt : ;
EARN MORE NOW! 'one of OMM special Comets hat traveled tab a look at this new Comet. Husky racy
built Make
"another3l.oooandlutllllOlnlatront-TMn be.utlful. and built natty -
\ MO" ) Comigstoggedehraqt&1SS! tracU f<<. Comet ityouMareurydesleraa.a .
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'a'ft canoe Hendry County : : Everybody's Representative'::' ,, ,'

I"1 Laara- Highway. 1. _....'. :... __ "22*I! 'j.K, Acey a.T _. llsdda. : fI _to. ffTttwuHswaaraxagg' ;) (Politic*! dvertlidnc paid by frank FolhlU Campaign Treasurer)
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tl Mr. and Mr*, S. S. Hfll of Jen-
Page SI* THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla.Thurrdsy the team Including Wolfgang VFW elects nines, cur: slab's, Mrs. George
Pool will Lance
one Halblg Lake City; Mrs. Bruce
Section Perry
April JJ. 1964 -
_._., Padgett and Leotard SullIvan Payne' Wilson Va.. Mrs. M. L.
SaturdayThe who was also named honorary officers Pollock:, VaJ.do. a. Ca. and Mrs.
open captain. Sebrlnf Gary Rapp. new Bobby Teete dewljton; tbreebrot.herl.
Richard Gill and Sandy Fader .
.John H.K1U. Jennings.Jame
More Spend Leas C S. Mott Swimming! night
Ship Don Sebastian of Froatproof pincers elected Monday Cewiston and Ed-
Pool win open this Saturday, Gewistan tor the next year of HID
and Al MorreH of serve
Your Dollars Go to win Hill Va. oI&ta.; one on.
April 23th t 1:30: p.1IMrI. completed the first team the ttawklns-Kirk-0ordoo Poet Hill and one
Farther or. Rea Express Janice KB physical education Mazslna and Mandy Worrell! 4185, Veteran of Foreign i Wart Walter daughter CUftoa, Debra' Kay Hill.PatUaon .
Instructor at ClewUton High ,
Phone YU 2-2141 up School aDd Jerry Prewltt. eent Bell senior! in
aloof with Steve Dullard of Lake ; James Funeral HOT I*was
or *t Huntingdon College la Placid. Jeff Ridley ft Sefcriag, vice commander; Leon Snit, charge of local arrangements.
Montgomery: All., will] direct Walker
vice commander;
Loran Stokes 0( Ft Jl eade.Doyle junior -
the aquatic program at the pool 1
Sr. quarterma.ter.Har"
XeHey ITroatproof. hNsY aW4 M o.wM
for the 1X4 Kitmo. Steve Walker Don Lawrenr P. Johnson win serve Sugarland Pharmacy
Everyone u urged to come out Mid SteveWatford of Okwchobe at advocate' ; William O. Ban,
and enjoy thj fine facility, but surgeon; John E. WhI& n. PIZZAYU
Going Out of BusinessEVERY *please o It will observe remain the a pool"Mfe"well rule a. three Dana two year year trustee trustee; Dennis andFrank 2-3311 Advertising doesn't cost it PAY!!

a* enjoyable lelnure activity. Country Club Notes Cox. one year trurtee.
By Tear MtlMKhm Insulation: ceremonies are -
ITEM IN STOCK The ladle played their weekly be'jit' plaooed for Monday, May
A beat fcaUthreujome
tournament Friday. "

MARKED 'WAY 'WAY DOWN\ make Tiger M&M All-Ridge boy Vettort Dee WM Boloubek: won gad by Folly Dot ram arM. I,S .; -..:..

McLendon, with a %9. Thomas Hill ;', .
Conference teams The trophies were awardedto ,
BUY NOW AND SAVEAI' the club champion* udrwmera' Service in JenningsServices "
Alberto! Worrell Handy Mor- up at the Ear-B-Q Saturday
and ReelectIlarvard
reU and Mile Maxim were night for 'Thomas Hill!, 27, Vote for
named to the Alt-Ridge Conference La Verne Redlsb,lade champion who wa killed In a traffic accident
Storey base-ball team last week received a tricky: **d $40. near Cewistoa on April i I
5 Army and Avon Park Red Devil Coach Dot Vettorl runcr-up receiveda 10, were held Sunday at tile f
Guy Garrett war named coach trophy and sJI: ). Bethel Primitive Baptist Church
of tin year Earl Morrison, men' diatv in Jennings, Fla. S. Parkinson
._ -), _I- --- Avon Park' conference: wln- plan, and Lnrcy Har, runner- Survivors include Uj partutj
rains entry placed tour toy OIl> up received J.dt'rttlal. awseda.

Commissioner district 3
., County ,

with a record of progressive service and achieve.

Comet sales :have ment for Hendry county. .

Your vote and support will. be appreciated.

(It' 4' 1/.;s :, J

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'. 1 >7,' "r. ,'J { Camping in an Apache Raven Is
It 1 ,. ; ,. the modern way. You have an Public

IIln 1 '.'\,: ::'i"" aiweys-dry, off-the-ground floor, t
a year pormanent doubt beds, more
I storage spaca than two large car 'InstructionBelieves
trunks,7-foot ceiling height leas
.. ',If \ that adjust to rough ground,and
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J r ., much more. Incidentally
t you can let one up In about 8minutes. in
t maybe 15, the first "' '" ,.""" Mr.
time.Come In and lee one set up
No wonder Comet sales are joarlng -settlng( new the way you'd live In It.4 models
:1. : records every day! This car's a winner and everybody starting at$495. gprC A4{;
loves a winner. It's the World's Durability(Cham*' .', Positive professional! leadership
.. .' plon j. winner of the Pure Oil Another Load of
.. : Achievement Award '.. '64's Most) campers
\ : Honored Car for styling" and design/ arriving today I Careful planning and definite goals

1'I I ,.a", r. holder of a traditional record for See Ernie Miller or Gregg
high( resale value bloer, bolder, Esser and get your name
C- fL-1 more beautiful than any Comet beforali in the pot.
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w ,Better Join the winner's circle-today!] )j.L Carl Hornsby

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4 ., Sales Is Approachable & Understanding

: Get a "success" deal on '64's hottest car! Clewiston, Fla.

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FOR SALE-PayroD envelope,
;I printed with form for social O'NealRalph Oewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven

security, withholding and other OJHerJ TO, a fcngtlm Thursday, April 23. 1064 Section One

deductions.Box of 500. dewiiton former raider of dewiston,
New office. tt died Friday West Palm Beach Gun club plans Elk Lodge In Clewiston. according (
where ho lies resided In recent to C, M. W1eae.nfeld.dinner ,
',t' BARGAIN Chevrolet: I 11-ton! ycrtM Service and burial president

,:Ml\ stake Now tire. Run fine. were in SlatMtvoro: Georgia M meeting AH members are urged to attend

:1 j\V RATESFour FOR SALE Two bedroom FOR RENT Clean modern SUP COVERS and d.raou. Cutom *- Will take $250 F. Ball YU Monday aftpetrxxm.! The Henrtiy County Game and A free meal will be served ,I
: G loserttoa; 70arose frame house on 50 ft. lot. East room 'with kitchen, utilities, made. Complete line ofdrapel'1 7237: Route Z, Box 1I8B. itoWANTEDOno (Survivor nm one daughter Hunt dub will bold A meeting to all member beginning at

: per word per charge: four I IiI Trtaldad. $3,500. YU 24250. lip phone and TV privilege Call and clip cover fabric Mr, Charles Packwood West on Tuesday April 28 at one T;00 p.m. ",jf jJJ!

mesa' plum price of UIr... FOB SALE-By owner. S bedroom YU 24191FOR Apl'Z3c Free estimate Can YU 3-383L Palm Beach three tons, RalpbO'Neal
: the
,u!,\ II archon' fur hornet, ivi bathe, ter- RENT-Wlce Van Cothern's Custom Furniture Jr., a resident of the m-
ahady Trailer
Yukon) 34201n and Upholstery Uo state of Washington/' and Marvin
PHONE razzo Florida room .pace*. Moor Haven Trail and OIL '''-1355 '
Ray O'Neal of West
\1\1110'' masses elf large utility room, built in range er Park CaU WH IF irS UNIFORMS Nee us Gut Palm 1
\\ !: BeachCity
half ton
ads and oven, dishwasher, attic fan, 63181.MayUp: pick up e R... VI 8-2682
er..UJfl4 Nurse, BeautlcLiiw, Waitire,
the truck 60
rear 111 air eonditlonliiit unit. Shown by to 'IJ.& model any i
te passel' *. Maid Doctor' and :Barber'sjaeketa. '
W make. Take court
pay pick a 'IOl.utn1en.t. Call 2-3831 after FOR RENT-One bedroom ef. up payment Call
I Crystal. l Theatre The only uniform chop
\lit\ DUfc 4:10: p.m. week days, J. E..Bran- ficlency:; Apartment. utiliUe: YU M236 May Ho Acting city: judge< Carlo
HHnpIiswB4 don. Me WIlJshed. Couple Knight
J' iswicaBt mist* SHOP. 1635 Hendry
, ua nt,utl'e. '* YU 2-11881. tOo NAw In city cant\ last wf-ek. Lyn- \
for brttare Wednesday Robert J, Dlckson Street, fort Myers. Janltfe wood' Anda'ewa
FOR REKT-One:!: bedroom fur- < WM Sized $13.50for Farm & Land Broker"Thurmond i
TOR SALE!: OR REN"l'-New duplex ntohed Apartment T300 BLUM fc SONS PLASTERINa. .cII.ulmier.17 conduct\ ; Troy
three bedroom. per Very Beat Work- OlrJden sod Casey Urcll, $23 or orncrci )
Carport month. One to two persona only. Knight !.Gltr. lac.
Location: ObIspo St. between YU 2-3421 uo We Save You Money 't 4kr 10 days lor public drunk, .. 2010 Avenue CRMora : s
and OtJa Dldley $25 fur B MNM Rakes BMkWent
Corona and Pacific Sta. FOR Plastering Simulated Stone weedIng .... IU.... ftorUn B\ aclii
" Cd collect Lee WiUon 844331 i/ RENT-3 and $ room tornlahed Stucco-Free Estimate j

Lake Park, FU. Ito apartment. Phone 21271. Licensed and Insured
Ito 25 Year In Bmlnewveo

; :' EVER tor home, acreage. 2tn Albert Tokleda Fort Myer. Fla. tic --r I ,

r a' businesses. W* have customers ROOMS FOR RENT- CaU YU ED 7-0171 or OX 4-4874
waiting list :your property with 2-6381.
Ito r
us J. E Beardsley. Ph. YU MAN WANTED to manage ani '.

2-7501. tOo FOR RENT Quiet aircondl- operate a retail Watkln Had 4
tinned and heated sleeping rgL In this area. (Would eoiwldiii
room with kitchen privilege It lady 40 to 60 years old). Eirn-,
!KCOME Unfinished 3 bedroom 215 Acres Cleared desired. YU 23421. Ito !nil of $12500 per week boom
$3.500 equity beat way Icu the very beginning For pertocv
get It. 432 W. El Paso. Adjoining City FURNISHED Apartment' for Interview In your home, write '

Write Mabel J. Whitney 117 N. For sub-dividing. rent. See at 306 N. Francisco Mr McCarlty P. O. Box 627,
Meredith (
y 79th St, MiamU Fla.Apr23e Frank Denmead Scatter Street or call YU 24451. J. A. Williston Florida, 32696.Apr SO* Pace >' t
Marsh. .n
YU 203421 itp ,
George W. Beck t
540 Acres FOR RENT OR SALE-2 bedroom
Adjacent to dewurton. I FOR SALE-3 bedroom home trailer. Sleep S. With Candidate forSbriff "',,1
Cleared. Suitable for completely furnished, near Aluminum Cabana and screen
tub-dividing Moore Haven School. 3500. room. Price 1 b right. Write Box FOR SALE: Packard sedan I
Fronting US. 17 Contact Mr*. Mae B mbry,Lynn XX Clewiston News, Box 1236 beautiful (xndltkxa! ,, ':f.w battery ;' I
Frank Denmead BeaHor Eaten, Ha. Phone 2633445.Ite Clewiston. tie new generator ;M beady. : to of ]
i YU 2-3421 drive. :ImnuculaC Interior. I&
FOR RENT-Small bouse. Furnished Priced to nH. Se. at "Cbuck" i r !
!SEAL ESTATE or uafas thed: $35 Wella tour V: tf '
hCTTHSIDE! home or larnb- per mouth See Mr*. Sloan. 433 ifadry) County !
trent property priced cotuiUJerab V E. Trinidad or wIlL p. John FOR SALE!:-/One 14 ft Thompson i iI

>7 under market.SORTHSIDE3bedroom. too. tie bout and trailer. 1963 I
frame. 18 hp Johnson motor. Lonnle -
Ford Co
Tarnished. Immaculate. --- .
KCRniSIDE-2 bedroom frame 65CA rri FOR SALE Used Kbua Trailer. '
turn wee 1363, lO'xSS'. W: cash and WAITRESS WANTED-Glade* Your vote and support will be nppreoMed.
Raotaurant S-. TocllJ.
< Tony
ACREAGE M available. take up payment. YU J-J421.

hJ frame home. Jla dwood' FOR SAM Two BuUywoodhoadbourcfj Walter. Iowan i

!horn li\\"& ) 'wlUt nuttreue WANTEI>-EriTreUc: i;nponsl- i
FHA HOMES In Broward, (
FOR RENT-FurnUhed: cabins and tprlngn Drop leaf table.
: ble adult .
Introduce 11 housewife
Palm Beach and Dad eounfiei I (Paid political advertisement by Meredith C. Pace campaign treasurer\ )
and trailer, Johnson Utility table Bunting metal
Fishing the product she needa :Full
various stars and priced, Camp. W! ?1181. Us -I I Glider Phone YU :3-2011. MyUo or part.4.m. 'work. Apply to II I I
Small cash payment.
FOR BENT Efflel; DCl*1 and FOR \T-Trtileri: and Trail. FOR YOUR CHILDREN aake 1961 4-door hardtop Chevy Inv ABC Box 1236 Lewiston Fla.Api30p. 1

lousei .i available.: *r spates Royal Palm Trailer vote for June White for School pala 28.000 actual mile*. Extra \

ive> 1,000, vacant lot to select Pail FboiM YU 2-ItH.!( Ue Board Member District No. 2 clean For sale by owner. WAITRESS WANTED-Apply to t

tarn> tor all purpose Yt'lou (Paid Political Advertisement) YU 2-5643. Apr 30p Gary Scott, Thrifty Drug. Uo tI
FOR KEW-Now! 19"x48 loses
prices! Terms.LVVESTMENT. : trailer wlit two bedroom tic GLADES MERCANTILE COM-: WAITRESS WANTED at Old I
PROPERTY. and aireoncilOtw By wok or RADIO & TV SERVICE. Carith- PANT authorized Singer SowIng South Bsr-B-Q Ranch. Must 1
month. YU 2-'I.m.' tfo Machine dealer' agent will and 43 of LOOK AT
bo between 21
860 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent '! era Radio\ & TV Sales with service sowing machine iuClflwlstoa year ALL THESE
service. NlckeQ Building, 108 non/ Contact Carroll Benson. Uo
CBS construction $:R\i.\ COO. W. A. Wlialey area every Saturday.
Bond Street, Qewiston,, :Fla EXTRA
LONG TERM low tntauwit. Phone; WY fl-SUW Belle Glade. VALUE
firm cane grove slid ranch FOR RENT J room/ furnished Phone! TV 2-Ui2: YtUR Pint Ito FEATURES

mcrtgaj' ,, minimum !*000. apartm lIt. Can be lee at *08Z. CO DEALER :..'' ,.'. tfe PIZZA
LISTINGS. WUEDFOJJ : :. Ventura. Apd30 -t '"'\ FOR SALE-10 Ford Station
FOR SERVICE of for '
W 1AKKFORO part* Wagon New tire, new motor Sugarland Pharmacy i
:your Electrotuii viicuum/ cleaner
aid transmission. Phone YU OFA"OIl
*>I Real Ertate Broker 3-Bedroam Frames House.
call Jim Jnmau, YU 24ULJpr240"
S30 East Sugarland Highway Has just been remodeled. 16<<1. One owner 8793.00. ito YU 2-3311 .
fire Auto and General Ha plenty\; of shade in yard. faUge.A ''c
Insurance Already finsuued.! Move in BUYING COINS FOR SALE-1963 Ducat! Motor-
with small down payment CTcle. Runs and look like rrlnraaaeer
dtwijton Fla
Ph. YU 2-2181
Frank' Deon ad auditor, .. ... txit, jtJSO. MIke Wheeler 812 E. I
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42) ACM a of Highly Improved 1939-D .???,.?,-..... .........._. 2.50 SALE-Ono portable Weld. Business Lots
pasture. Over H mile FOR RXNX Tiree bedroom duplex. 1939-S:??,????.. ..,? .... ..._ JO er Gasoline: UO AMP and one '
fronting on ILL 17. live Central heating! and air 1943-D ._...._,.. .. ..__ J31M portable: Steam Cleaner la very 1$':x100' t to 20" Alley

mJes Frank from Clellll ton. conditioning Call after 4-W pm. -S ...... .__., ._ ..11)1)IIl.s good condltton. Call YU 2L3UAprKlo. across from 1'artlnson8DadeMonroe e
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Available May 1. Itp:; 1i111C S ....._M.___. ,20120l8.
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...._.___. 10.00 f 100; all Moore Hew Realty :
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.. .25 309 W. Sagarland Hwy
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DJJJTES d* for only 23c. Plies a
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Oleo f am. to 1 HALVES1949P : -- -
pm. 194Il.P .........__ .DO up Mynah birds, African lovebirds 5
Ito 8 p.m. IIM8-D _...-...- .60 monkeys cages, supplies. I

Six Day a Week POWER GASCORPORATION _____> .60 Pet boarding. Thompson Wild
1949-D _..-....r.-- .<0 Animal Farm. Phone YUkon :2-
(CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) 19495.-- .60 1238. tfo

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Four Miles East of dewiiton South CALL Bay COLLECT- WY 8-3511 Indian Cents __40013 & tip M.FOR Tomllnson SALE! -, Ready Ona, Fla.to Phone go. J. 'QUIET COOLING's i DRAFT-FREE COOLING ,
Cent up
Bare Beach Large tfO Exclusive/ Silent Alre
RE 3-2781.
HENDRT COTOTTTitle Two Cents 00.50 & up Turbine move*large i
Attention & Abstract Co. 15 Cold -. ...,.-,-, 10.00 & isp ALL MAKES 21" USED TVS volume of air quiet (:: 4 :=)
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U eeneelUat labile llea.rrasberlbM.e.pylog tto deadening mate : Full directional/ control of airfoil vanesaisle
year debt with a keg term DapUeattaf) Will pay postage on shipmentstotaling APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-713L give you quiet cooling : eliminate/ draft,live better air Circulation
bra loan few latest Are. $100 or more. Writ foryourcomfort. !
rate. Bridge Bt and Park FOR 1ALJt-< with LaB Oe, FU. .. a BeE (46Otinrq concerning other type oodn
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federal Land Bank Better prices tar better solos NOTE. COMPLETE WITH

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Page Eight THE CLEWE5TOM' NEWS CleW lto Jla. :Meanwhile, new would-be cane She will be crowned: by the of South Florida, 2175 S. W bleed with soap a little and, put water on,an let ad It Boys and girls camps will

Thursday April 23, 1984 Section One farmers, such as he _U< bed and well-planned Immokm- Joan Gossett, a student at Palm thrive wherever there are do-

transferring quota from foreign Ire Sugar Growers Cooperativehave Beach Junior College, The winner Home is where mestic animals, in soil especial in Ocala National
Sugar industry suppliers of sugar to the beet invested hundreds of will receive a trip for two ly on farms, and even street Forest in June
industry boLfiiiMi of (Continued from 1)) accidents occur dust.
Page effect on foreign trade; preparation for a sugar harvest dairy princess must; Be careful in using plant and from aH
very Boys girls section
1411' because of Urn dollars from sate of sugar to they have yet no assurance of be between tho of Id and be trouble tegarding the" Youth,
4' I ( period : nature ages Spring time can sprays or dusts. Read the instructions 01 Florid will Attend thethirteenth tIOG ,
1+ { of the crop. the U. S. gives foreign" aationathe beln able to harvest and market 25 u of Juno I, which also is time for the entire family unless carefully. Avoid annual Camp ib.
camping *e* n
Items to
means of purchasing office (
The They have requested th.aid the deadline date observed, frPYeah
for is
refining group oppoee Sting ap extra caution breathing them. Wash carefully atop at ,tits Youth Conservatism CItrae
manufactured in America Water Fkkof lit
of the Florida Congressional plications. Applicants! must be Board of Health said Keep them
the State them.
ei after using la the Ocala National 111
Since the various segments' Camp Panama
i delegation, and have employed ,
I blah school (,r duatet, must is always a dangerous out of children's reach 14 "
of the sugar Industry in the to The borne Font beginning June according Ocala Lake11llld.
Id a Washington<< attorney
.-. United State navy not agreed/ asaint them in their campaign never have married place: but perhaps more so Use power mowers with care. : to A D. Aldrich, dlrec- Beach and 'Nett...:

: i; lIow Apache upon a sugar progranto present for permission to get i into the weigh mended near weight the and normal height recom-ratios for mother if the goes in for Clear the apace bones to which be mowedof Rover tor, Game and Fresh Water eatlona and 1'aUahas.ee.campl .
to Congress, there has beenno business spring cleaning with extra vigor rocks: Fish Cbmmissioft. 1Iikd with the III
action as yet in this session auger and cannot have motfelod pro- Dad run a triple hazard: may have left, sticks and other Youth Conservation atIct! of .
f: revolutionized' fesalonally The young woman' taking down and cleaning the objects 'which mower blades Application are now being East SIlver III
\ '\ ; \.' > J"1'fi1'11J1I.f'Iil"rn"q. .. ":;'l,\'! 'i'(" \/'!''''''' selected must be available for screens; mowing the lawn: can pick up awl fling like a accepted for the following camp. Ocala, Fin.According. SProaa!
: ':,t-M ',"' ,; ."''" .,,,.'' ; \ <
campingTharp. ;. ', '.'\ ? "J year. seem to run Into accidents alp Insects-bees, wasps, spiders for boys lied 10 through 13, to lleten
I ', Miss Ckwsett. an bonor' graduate i- most everywhere -like spring as well as people. June 14-20, two week ,session Claire camp director. .,
'. of Marts County High Some people have been killed bya for boys aged 10 through 14, IT schedule for .1iIIt I
..... ... the
\,- "\ I School., is the daughter of Mr Doctor George McCoy Director bee sting U you're allergic, June 21-July 4, two ?*wk session Conservation Camp 1981 Y.ai I
i JH.- L.. .;- y4i and Mrs J R. Cossett Her of the Board Accident Prevention consult: your phyiiclan about a for boys aged 12 through 16. an Improved proeralll 1Vt11-.
father Is employed on a dairy Program, gave these desensitizing injectionSugarland July 5-1J, two week ece Ion for and fishing _""
-" farm near Okeechot;'" I After tip;) for avoiding accidents: boyi ailed 13 through 18, July safety and archery| T*...l
.' --w'..,.,.;-../ her euccc sor is selected Princess Don stand on chairs or ladders 19-August 1; one week session program/ hunting ht
Joan will leave for Chicago unless they're anchored for girls aged 10 through 12, wfldttlt, II 01con6t'Vaci.t well rap
to compete far the title of firmly! ; and wat-h: out for loose Pharmacy: August 2-8, one 'week\ session basting and other IS Wit f.
a c mpo! j revolution/ 11f I wires o '
4i I f I American Dairy Princess electric cam.eeiIoa/ or for girl aged 13 through 18. and recreation :
going on. It started when Gene over which you might trip.
PIZZA. 9-15 Girl Attend
r Vesely! from Lapeer, Michigan Further information end application August may : Camping fees are: Qbkgee>
planned strip Alaska.Figuring lP9. blanks can be obtained Get tetanus shots in case yea for both weeks.Applications 'week aessJon and S60 krbah
I' that tentinj was more roughingthan from Mrs Joanne Jack Executive cut or scratch yourself If yttt YU 2.3311 and Information week aeaalaaaThe

.': he wanted be built a camping Director, The Dairy Council injure )'oorleI.aib the wou-J::

trailer. Friends taw it, likedIt
wanted one, ao he built an-

;.1 other. Happened again. So he .i
built another,then another.Never
i I did get to Alaska. Built camping s

a '.1 I Apaches.trailer Ins Been lead.wiling Called like them automobiles Home All Florida Has Awaited!

ever since, for a lot less tott
I ; money and a lot more fun. ;
I'' Apaches lAt; the inconveniencesout yn

of camping,but leave the fun, -n
and add home.like comfort: For

.'. thick instance PolyfOlJ\t, double-size\ mattresses beds, with The Priced "FLORID IAN"e
plentyof alummum CUTTING OF SEED CANE FOR PLANTING Is aWl a handoperaUon. Sensationally
lightweight -
storage space
and aas been going on at a furious pace la the
:\ :body that!:> t pulls easy-only
Everglades thin spring This picture show seed awe near
40 Ibs. towing weight!will still
Clewbton being eat for planting br farmers wke have er-
look >84.There's .
good !
,\ slot more to Apache ganlsed a sugar eciprratlve at Immokalee. Annonncemeat America's FIRST Truly Mass-Produced House
Trailers. of a probable return to terrace notae In 1988-69 harvest e .
j Camping W'velot ono :
i act up just the way you'd live in will deal a damaging blow to these farmers, if the quotas :

1 It They're surprisingly inexpensive and cutoff date af May first are made definite. By United States Steel Horn* Division. .,

,4: too. Four models starting at STAFF PHOTO. .
$495. .

't. I Com on In. bring the vlft New will be chosento rw
anti kid,,., let'*talk camping princess : ?
'::1 :,; j 2113 Sq. Ft. Of High Quality Throughout ; us,

: Another load represent Florida dairy industryThe ''T'<' .p .

of Campers to..Ift :
day. See Ernie arriving Miller annual search: has been selected June 20 in Orlando sit.tII A :, :w.,: .3 BeJroonu, 2 Baths, Central Heating And Air-Conditioning
or launched for new Florida meeting of the American ,kit'' ,.
Gregg Essor and get your Dairy Princess, a girl who must Dairy AMotltttan! of Florida! How under construction\ at Comer Del M out and San Gabriel Ayenue Qwitoa (tow 14'Z 15. Block 15)}
.Ift. name in the pot. have a dairy background as well
/, a beauty and personality.
She does not have tAjnodel In Bowlingnevs
t; Hendry County a bathing suit, and tjore: is no
talent contest But she must FLORiDIAN"saving( you thousands of dollars)
.1: Aluminum Sales have her a good spokesman tat the
4 dairy industry. And she must II IFF YXII LEAGUE
'. Clewuton, Fla. typify the All-Asp wsoen girl. The Glades Restaurant team
ill .Aeroat from Post Office: Bondllne for entry 1 June 1st walked off with first place! : Was Built to Last a Lifetime With lOW Upkeep
t! The 1HM-65 princess will bet hUh; team series and game ,
Mary Evans Inn Linebcrger
: j and Julia Swindle an the 11.'
1 members of the winning team tSee
Trophies are .to be awardedto
the &U.tin sponsor. Tony Tou-
lls, and the team at a buffet it now. Right Here in ClewistonA
dinner in the Pit Room of the
ClEARADCE Glades on Apr'22nd. Individual t
trophies will be awarded to other
winners aim, names to be highly oqpaHnij tojxjuoltty Florida-minded house you can buy right now for AT LEAST MiOO; LESS: than comparabl conYentfonallyWfcj: '
announced later home! How U this polble Because this sutstanHal: 2,113 *q. ft. house with brick *xt rl&r. to &* result of 100% EXPERT MAS5-PRODU& j
/, TION.
; 1 Team Standing: [
) At Glades Restaurant ..... (8 :S3
Dans Dragline Service 60 00PoUshnlck Every Inch of' "Th nortdicm" (which nicely meet FHA standards end Florida
t building: codes) k; *ctfU:iMnd to pwfoction &thus pemBbl
: t tr'j .Badgett 53 63 rapid rciion. It feature: the ttme-tssted Steel Structure: System developed through U.S. Steel( 1'NMnb.: This make: "Th Florldlan" ita gl
A&W Root Beer ......._..94 68 longer-latlnq( more economical to maintain than non-steel, home. U.S. St.*l'i un*>ceHd skill In *aatnrl uz. J.lanliia, erchltectural'leO! *

PARKINSON'St Handicap scores Game SeriesJacUe how." mass-production and p rch:*lna are reflected: In Try facet of this rstnarkabl: hovw. Seeing I III blivbta to com first chance 1''""
Byrd- Helen v.I. to se* for yourselt It will b. visit well worth while '
a w* can oai ors yowl!
Elate ...,......_._ 20S ....
Jean VannJennie _..._. 201 _.

t/ (II.;1""t':(,:' One large rack of dresses Julia Swindle Hendry.,___ 159_ 54S 50:! s-

tfllL Mary Evans _.. __ 538
': Priced to clearIM Helen Klste ..,__ 530& _.. OF THE INCOMPARABLE "FLORIDIAN"

Scratch scores game aeries ..
Girls dresses sizes 2 to 14 Frances Carlin .__ 175 Ul STEEL STRUCTURAL SYSTEM 36" OVERHANG FLUSH MAHOGANY DOORS: Yaks*
it IM, Helen Elate ____ 175 444 am* found In */kycrapen >
Jackie Byrd ._ 185 __ and bold g.* FINISHED FLOORING Armstrong Town Hardware:!

andLadies Mary Evans ................ 160 US whit vinyl asbestos floor tile DECORATOR STEEL FOLDING OOSS |
f A TERMF1C 2113 SQ. FT. OF SPACE. .
Sport Shop .__ 90 31 Including a 18 x'20 .1IC1o**d garage S SCHEIRICH KITCHEN CABINETS la
( :;'i dresses U s. S. COld ._. 77ya GOIi, with Bnlsied wall natural birch finish with Lazy Susan DRESSING ROOM with Master Bsdro* I
South 74% S3PiBaJdree'1 CENTRAL AraCONDITIONINa FORMICA COUNTER TOPS. ferm.d waQhune wdII< |
System pat- CONTOUR BATH TUB. ;

,;1 40% OFF Canebrake .__" S81i 581i a&Pi C8Pi CENTRAL HEATING System S G. E RANGE OVEN DISHWASHER closets, orenix medldn cabInetlo'"

2r ;, Wilson Lumber ,_ 52 7S Iry wilh whit* glitter top
.1 r; '; Hare Lumber 51 n COMPLETELY INSULATED exterior, ALUMINUM SII4G LE-HUNG 'WINDOW .,od''Ilectrlcal
Parkinson's 41 7t wall and celling] full thick Insulation Screens, W*
conrralMC* outlets on |
Hllh SeriesPolly 8er
1 .
fJ McLendon 480'( mnintnancl aid.

,Leona White 458: S82 2 -YEAR ROOF SHINGLES, windproof R SLIDING GLASS DOORS (safety glas) SHUTTERS for exterior charm
._ _
r Dora Belches 436 with Screen: .
) Louise Rudd __ 581 VAPOR BARRIER urround .ntlr* hous
iROUNDTHEClOGK"iWou Rose Neibltt ::168 ..
Slick Genie tier IJdep
; ; Leona White ...,...189 231Tba1ne'Rlttlardaoe :
i J can bank on .177 2111 UP TO 90% FINANCING-To ,
; p oT Polly McLendon ,._ 171 Acceptable Credit Riik, ,
crSpecifications .
Wanda 207
; Spurting
our protection call for' the use of No. 1 Common Brick At a slightly: added coat purchaser j :may! use- Architectural BiII'
or Stone, _Roof Tile be
,'.j a : services Team Standings .. may lIubetitued for Roof Shingles on, the lame buis. '_' __
F'I 1. Trestle 76 points 2. U. S. c

j I .. .. S. C dewiiton. 71 points! a. '
W;'T; Grant' W points: 4. U. S, : '
k, )f I J a,. S. c.. .Bryent, 82 potato; 5WUwy :. -Come Out And Watch This Home Being Assembled ; ?

: I! :::1 '; eq points: 6. Okeelanta' --.
sugar:56 point.'' 7. Belle dad .
':' ',. -Come to our .Open House Saturday and
Herald. 43 t Vander-
points Sunday afternoon -
; : April 2:>-26 b Belle 'Glade Souti"rMain Street, '
grift It Williams. Farina 42 from Catholic Church and! see a newly completed Hondian at 765

';{, 1 i A bank's most important asset i is perhaps pointsHigh. team Bet WOWY.: 2467. completely furnished and ready for occupancy.. '

High team game. U. & S. C.. ., -;. Hen.r'4\! ,
I!! r the safety it'offers to' depositors.. dewiston. tnHigh .

: ) I Ind. Set. Cury Martin
I : t.. .!. Your valuables are safe in one of our safety 567 :

t High Ind. game Jim Johnson,
r ,3I {" deposit boxes tit Braddock ConstructionCo.
Scores over 2OOBarney;

: Smith, 942.; Sidney Smith, 527; .
: John Pelham 512, Clarence

1, .c ij'FIRSTS BANK -Of CLEVIflSTON. ; Tbroop 212,' 506., 504; Perry, 118Z; Jim Rlgdoo Johnson 14.,. .

:;, Hank AndreU. 539.; Harry 901) N. W. 13th St. EXCLUSIVE FRANcmSE
I ; Vaughn 203. till; Jim Brandon. IN THE GLADES Phone'i'

506: Cure Martin. 567,, Bob
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Pram, 500


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, The Clewiston News Two Section
at Ft. Meqde track meet .

12 Pages
Lindsay and Ronnie) Olden In itoir effort and with the ex- fifa to the
So (. track cejpw of two toad break could put; Doug Angel
ovrdsade DC" Thursday to Tort hav. "I'Waway" with the throw finished to complete fourth!, the in the.discus.! "Dedicated" 'to the advancement of Henilry County, and America'* Sweetest Town ---w-----
with brilliant gerfxnnces inept according to Coach Bob scoring.
) In the 100 yawl dIuh aDd Baker. OewUton fflnished first Coach Baker VOLUME 87 NUMBEIt t7 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 83, lee" JUturn POIIIII&1t t : Gitwawttwt See Ill.I, pot Subscription $.00 year
bJah hurd1el.rourth to pe 830: yard run and medley 1 II extremely] i
yard ', proud of the showing the} track .. __ .. :
in aam relay however they were disqualified. ". """' __.11. '"'''''''....
In the distance run, team baa made In Its first peer "'l!Y ll'14S' viih.ls ,
were outstanding a fad landaU caused the disqualification of competition. The team will 'j '
TIle 71&6NOWLDE compete this 'week BPW Club hosts
aud fn the sprint in district districtmeeting
ti:>4 runner touched the Wo! rail, competition at Melbourne aud
Baker feel that the track learn NI
though did not etep over it I
In his record breaking sprint. has an excellent chance in winning
Lindsay wa left at ,toe start-- their first district meet. at Inn Sunday ?
log sinks! for the first time this :they are successful In Mel : ,.

season, however he had taken bourne two additional, they will compete in k i 1, M b iyI Approximately 75 Business nor Bryant 1 II appointing, as well Brown Qewtotoo, treasurer.Tie !i I" I
lead meet' at Pa and Professional! Women of Dl.
the alter only 30 yards and hokee a*to the appointments by President '
trim 1 of the Florida Federation re were 14 attending from ;
won golD away with the rocI- rr
I Lyndon Johnson. West Palm Beach 4 front Bello i t'
et time of 98. Mazzlna placed fJLELtL of BKW dub, held the final ; t'I I
fifth In the group' with 101seconds. district meeting ot the club year Installed In an impressive Glade, ,two from Pshotwej> ; tour '
New classrooms ,, } at ,the Qewtston Inn Sunday ceremony were ,these district from Jupiter; four from IU "I I
with local club member ashostesses officers: Mrs. Rosa Nash Belle vlera; six from Vero Bea111] ,
Olden established a new rec- three from IndUntown, nine) t
for Reservation Glade director (Installed by .
i pod of IoU for the 120 yard high us Mrs. Bea Freede, Dunedin proxy due to her illness). Mr. from Stuart; eight from 1''. ,;' .: I
hurdles and finished eecond In Announoement was made on presidentelect of the Florida Helen Merer, West Palm Beach, Pierce and twelve from ClewIston. { .. l
the 180 yard low 11W'dJet. 8/10 Monday of the awarding! of contract Federation was guest! speaker, assistant director; Mrs. Ramona + I I
of I
second behind
leader. < for two new classroom' : and Installing officer. She will QuInn, Fort Pierce recording The Clewiston Club won three
AI MarreU finished fourth In at the Big Cypress Rwervaiton: assume the presidency following 'secretary: ; Mr. Mildred Greenfield citations from the district, for
the 220.yard dash; Morrell and by Doyle L Waldrip, superintendent the State Convention in,May. Stuart, corresponding secretary attendance and participation' In 'I
Lindsay finished fourth and of the Seminal !Indtaa[ Mrs Leta Chesbrougb, director : : and Mrs. Catherine district meetings j.

,,' grounding In law In Agency of district 8, conducted the ,-
!1f.yn In odmlnJitrotion Carithers wins TiM new dunxiom will replace board meeting and the business a
government (he outdated frame true- meeting of the district (
/ of
tnowfc/g/ Florida,
and In
hold; promise for a successful free Fair tripAn turn Gi-acV-s one through four Mrs Mayne Boegerahausea \ \
, wre presently' being taught on district chairman of personal orsUningg
f tenure( as attorney general expense free trip to the tin, rercrvttloo and student in development committee, assisted r i't .
I HERALD World' Fair in New York has higher! grade are !transported STOPPING IN CLEWISTON for refreshment were Mr. aad by the local chairmen including ./
been warded to Bill Carlther tc Qtwtstoc. Mn. Beaald Faber Batavia. 0L and Mr. and Mrs. Gen Miss Evelyn Lee of P
of Carithers Radio and TV toy The CBS structure: being ald Zehner ef Mayweed IU whe are driving two 1114 Model Clewiston. presented the) workshop ,
/ the Phllco Corporation fev vol. Dade( |osifole! by urns sale during recent rekj, IiKJli.n Minim and will be o.JIP1I'1'1ctd MUin, la commemoration. of Tb. Pure OU Cotapunj! lOUt around the progress
Mr and Mr*. Cftrittuc will by P. K. McKenzie Aaalreriiary..., George harper ef Harper' rare OU which women are mokbig the
leave May 22 for the four day Ccotvctixi Co of St. Peter- Track government,and la business and
Stop chat with Patcer and
trip and will travel by Jet bI.r1 treated to lee oM water nclom '.,
sy the II'
pert a* they
Philco has planned a special: A profusion of spring fewera.gladioli .
program and eutertaira-wot la 'Mr.and Mrs. A. C. Lon Miller topped. few urinates enroato I M .Ue West Coast last week.n. hibiscus, napdragons, A "
Paid poL adv., paid Radio City Music HaH for their! of AII g I for by Kynes camp. fund representatives. during their aDd Mr*. Arthur F. Krueger re and they aspect to arrive at their destination w formed streamers ..,,, '..._, J,1,, :at;
Bonnie Spencer, Chairman visit cently.! May II. down the center of each of the
dining tables, and a floral arrangement 1' 1 }'
at the speaker's table ;; ,
:Me- l\\IaII'fIB. I Spray class to was flanked by the golden silhouette .::: \. .
be held in MH! of the sugar house- and Foe !lest/ than you would aver ;
the American flag. !>imagine, complete NAVACO pro. I Imta
Hendry Count Agent Ted Mrs. Alvin Zauel presided: at : election for your' home Is now ..,ail. ",;
Gallo I
SEE AND HEARCANDIDA secant bas 1/iatruottonaJ given notice that the the dinner and Mrs. Catherine >"able,..and, in, most caves, with .i ,
the use and handling class of ?4D In Brown introduced the spevlsl _, payments comparable! to your new' '1;, :'
guests tax lavingsl It'* like felting this j t
will be held In Moore Haven
Entertainment throughout t tlut .../1. "great protection! FKEFI And best .
Thursday, at 7:30: p.m.ht .
the Doyle Conner Agricultural meal was provided by three t'\.q cf alt, you\ don't have to collie for a ,
) Center, Clewiston young ladies: Misses I-f' chesty built "bargain"" products! 17: I

glades Dr Joe Experiment Ouorelgo.,or Station use Ever.In Andrea nnd Judy Dolton Jepson, Judy folk Watson singers _""'..<1" """'3 ,mi muurrf f imAnother nues'' .

TES Belle Glad will talk oa the and guitarist, who sang number tAU liS fOU"
vsrlous sprays and equipment of Hootenanny type SOURS
wed in association! with I4-D. Their song were' weBrecelvedbr : 1
Load of
the audience.Mrs. campers .
to All, Interested farmers, ranchers .0- .. ,
and grove owners are In- Fre de spoke on the arriving today! (
status of out
vjted to attend and bring their women' pointing j juJ
employee. .It they[ d al-e, that rainy flirun' discriminate See Erftie Miller or Gregg
AIA .. engine! women. 'ft. Hmttlruf their Esser and get\ your name
err rra. r.rrwr.r
advancement or iromoflons,
in the pot.
uaxlan&,: Phurm&cy and in paying a JIU1!' wage
"" cafe to women that:. to I lieu tor '
,4'' 'FIZZAYU the same duties. She ttvfogp'zed; Hendry County Aluminum Sales : '
the advancements ensue rtany
fields; however. arI fJBwi, attentian .- Clevmton. Hit.? :
2.1311 to the Com alnrium on IM ,
_,., Status of Woman Iabw I" Cover' Across hID Post 0 Qc r:

> \. ... .. Jet' -smoMh Luxury Chevrolet ,., .. _v::. r :; 1

RAJLLYB makes roads feel as smooth as .h..cQ: maps'they're printed" oh 1 I

Run your nlng front and rear ]Lnxttrlou/
That's* preview of how it feels to get there in a Chevrolet. ,wall-to-wall deep-tw d carpeting (this year it comet with ; I f
Q We've put what w*think I the best suspension even the lowest priced Blscaynes). A :

system in its clas under this great highway per ....., 16 even treat,engine, all precision-balanced for
former. A big husky coil spring at each wheel l 'z=' imoother running, with four smooth ebliting! I .

and double-action shock absorber to soak up TRiD E iTiAVn transmission to match. Everything; that mikes. I
bump Over 700 sound deadenera throughout Chevrolet the great highway performer it I II.
the chassis and that spacious Body by Fisher to nME So get out those) road map*. And wherever
blot out noise from road and wind. you go get off to a good (tart-during Trade a I
There' a lot of other Jot-smooth luxury, too. mint__sairaerus 'N' Travel Time at your Chevrolet dealer', 'I ;

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Hendry County Democratic Executive CommitteeK "Chuck"! Wells Motor Co. Inc. I
E; 1 f. A. 0. Ward, Chairman 14

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NOTICE!: TO BIDDERSTRill complaints' concerning paid .... I* ,
.. Two THE a.EWJS'1'a'f' NEWS Oewiatm, F.... jteuiinjer began to grow *** BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS "*:>..t.", this. lit day ci i April, tire'to 1I1t Ca h.lltobNClawl.ton : 1
and HENORTK&'s
manu Ed Cowertal trees OF ; ,
Tbunday. AprIl U. Nt Sectiaa Two "Flowering tree Menninger distrfcute nursertas and cammunJtr COUNTY n.oRJIM".111. re- ... D/SOUTH. 114 FLORIDA CON"',, : : ill''' I '
a ten many gntll. 1I:1f: Hool '
'" bldg 8BRVANCT: DISTRICTBy Indui r y, b
departments were ... the lilt i. 0' .. Q'd'
put oa Clordnra W. Jtttocht: Records, Hlndr
receives honorary degree at f.S.U. ealllAtf oa him far heh> Be has Clerk liar lies of th" Circuit the office Court 0' the In (itrraau of the )Board ofHuperrlMira Th. N: CojRIt"
tofether ftortr:
maintained Us plant and for Mid county In the Conn.tr CW 9-.ril IS, IS, till h.r.dlumeme fbteurh, 74'
A Florida newspaper fUbUatV tici and three degree wan awnrdwl a hobby rather than a boil.nest. Ida Courthouse for the !.at....LaBello. ot .PPI'1. Flora>"U Ms th.r.unlo': pad .::;:S ''all,

er, Edwin A. Menningw. wt I by University Fmnltiaitt Gordon m..IJ'. 1.1 aerie of land at the IN THE! CCOUNT f,0ORT;: O. sold t.elleijp .:I 1wlata 'Ii
brought Air,lad.* Airport, for use aa a ..
fiLl plantenurwhfp! .ORIDA .. ,
awarded Doctor! of W Blackwell. MIN; .
APARTMENT SITE an honorary American tropical tllIII I farm or a similarus" CHANCERY Ne.< Cm thh 'lh da1 a
Science degree at Tallahassee Born March 1*. 1896. in Topeka him a Citation from the appravable by the FederalAviation MARS LUMBER RAADT. .....
Horticultural Council in Aiteney. Bide will not MIX iNC( eta, 's7AlfR8, C y ,,
by Ute Florida State University. Kansas, Meundnsar II a I be accepted for an amount of Flalatiff. Hnshrt I _
BarboW'Medal C.lparly. _
for more than a quarter of aeecI'tur1 member ot a well known fami 1957, the Thomas ,IMM (hurt She Pr aero par "' R _
North of Hiway of Falrehild Tropical year / of 1' yeara ALT MATRON IN'J'IJIJN.UIONAlo': : for p1aldUf'Clawlaton
of contribution to Iy.n.. lather, the Into Dr. C. do'.r"t: ;, ,
t the propoerd ,. ... Florida
and the Sesquicentennial INC.. .to 01 CH
1958 <(<
t.rq>horticulture which have F. Mennincer. Jounded the Men- Garden la UM to which tho land !I. Defendant Ii-April e, II'Ir'K88
gained him the name of the Ringer foundation,, and two Bronze Medal Awardof to b* put. the amount per err.proposed NOTICE Or afaBTERB: BJLLB
Bio do to b. paid per year Notice U hereby given
100'x 100' Corner Flowering Tree Man." brother. Drs Karl and William tile Botanical Garden. Th INN form to fc. wed la the undereled .. Special M that alter AND .aCIHag DRT
Sine 1995 Mennlnger.; farmer C Mennkujw, both eminent Janeiro, 1958. He also has been on file with the Mid Clerk of under and ay virtue of the FLORIDA> nrJ: ,( 4
the Circuit Court and sets forth .
Filial Decree at ronwleevre
both streeta paved. publisher of the Stuart News p ychlatrUta. dkrccted UK Horticultural Society the nan,ette' provlalon* that' will herttrfore, entered la that mrtain .' CHMAE!: y 110. lilt{ I
has 'grown from peed tad distributed Foundation. Tlseir>> mdOatt. was b* In any I eae thai may b* NaN pondlns; In Uke Oranit WI.Lia: ; t1l4\v\
.nt..d Into with a enccngeful Court for Wendrr County. Fl rt ROBERT:
Never to follow Americans Juiowu; ina a student and toacli- Debut nears for new bidder and th* exact description" da, k-eln* aan..". Can* N o. IM. Wn.L18, -hr.Ie I
again at more than 100000 flowering er of BibUcal1l.tentun. of the land proponed to b* leaa dTh In which HAN TO LUMBBVt JU 1'01' RoMrlt Willi.PIlla ,

tropical tract He ha personally Edwin Vmnlnger was cradu- $75 savings bondA to revert* BOArd aitr or reerN ell bId.the. right tiff JlRjLDl-MIX.and ALUMATRON INC.. oto. la INTER.plain A< $2700J. Introduced Into Kotica an estimated ated from Waahbura University BOARD or COUNTY OOWMM.rfCiNfH ] VATIONAL INC. era. at al, are wit You for aro hereby bOll.i! ".
150 new kind, among in 1916 and afterward studied lathe reminder that the new S75 TY. FLORIDA: OT HENDRT COUN- la defendant Chancery I, appointed aa Bpeclal/ by Maater the aalntt pea.divorce bp Llll,ar.II"." j

them the widely known "Snow Pulitzer Graduate School of Series E United States Savings By Harrard. .B. Parkinson, It. Court In paid decree" under and qutred I. the above to .II.Court roe..alp.,.
Summer" and hit im- Journalism Columbia Chairman by virtue of the terms thereof your Ina.. ..
In tree, UniveP1slty Bond, bearin the portrait of CN- 441 April 10: May T. 1M4 will offer for aale and sell the Clark of the vet et.rre
E. BEARDSLEY portations have added brilliant Thom 191T &J923 be was the late President Kennedy. win public outcry to the hlcheet and al Johnson a,Npy lh.raf.pe. ,l
new color and form to Florida with th* New York Trfbuntf. and go on sale May 1, came from ADVERTISEMENTSOUTH: beat bidder for each at tll.lIoth.a Plalntlfrt attoroy Clewlatos. r qM1"" ,

REGISTERED SEAL ESTATE BKOKEK gardens. in 1923 and 1924 wtta the Palm Victor H. Northcutt. Volunteer FLORIDA He lee of front Hendry door County of the I.Court the action fore May whO 11. lies; otbeW o. ..
The honorary degree went to Beach Post He wa owner ot Savings Bond Chairman for CONSERVANCY DISTRICTTO city of LaBelle. Florida, oa the Wltn.n proceed 1& "'It.
the South Florida WHOM IT MAY CONCERXl Ith day of Mar. ll<4 at eleven' sill band syr!.
E. Sugarland] Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501 Menninger at the spring commencement Developer FlorIda. Take aotlc that pursuer to clock' In the forenoon of said Court In LaCoil. IIoofi;
ceremonies. He was Stuart from 1921 to 1929: of the Mr Northcutt said that due to the provision, of Chapter 16417, day, the same: balna-. a legal; CountJ'i Florid. this ItII .,lid ,
Stuart Daily New., 19271937 Law of Florida, Act of 1t41, salty day and the hoar during
: demand
presented for the degree by Dr. .the anticipated heavy the Board or Superrleow .f the the legal; hour of aale the fol- / DOROTHT CUM.
Michael: Kasha director of the and the Stuart News, 1937 to for the new bond, many banks South Florida Coneervaiitfy I>1 10- lowing described property .''tllnt. (awkaBealV"0"0" 1:1.: .
Intitule of Molecular Biophy- 1957 Since then he baa been and other Issuing agents trlct ha mu..4 to 1 bo prepared. In Hendry County, Florida' ) CN 4SI-April| I. It, 14
a budget of the bend requlrement IJ 11I4
secretary and general
manager throughout the Nation will accept and of the Maintenance .
CIl Southeastern Printing Co He orders before May 1 from raulrmnt of South Florida
was president of to* Florida Coneervancy Plitiflot for tb*
CAPABLE COURTEOUS COOPERATIVE those purchasers who may
year bnStonlue the lit dap of
Press A aoclaiion la 19il.Mennin.wr's lire an early date c( Issue to November, teal. and nc the Vote Support Elect i,
ltt of Cdohr, mi, Mid
interant la tropical day
in the validating stamp.
appear buAret amore ether thingtokowe *
e trees began when be startedJandacaptof Purchase price of" the new the aununt of Malnten-
felt Stuart homeIn nods TIr.r acre BMMaary to
full face
Vote for bond which will reach
he levied land within' .
upon the "
1935 he began m search for value in seven years and nine aid Ulitri for the year 144 J. 0.Davidson. I t d
r flowering; trees which led him month/i bloats. which! budget bee ben computed
.and presented to th* Board and,IpUcud
'II an 'arm chair huoter" to Mr Northcutt said thai the
on file' In the office of
LOVVORN 4Ni're< pond with consuls, botan new bond is not a memorial! th* Becretary of the Mid, tlla->I
trial and the Mme mar b" examined
lets village and others
pries to the late President, in that It at the mid office) that ,
through ho warm countries. Is no different from other t'enomlnatLons '\ the Board of Supervisors, will ,
mo-it at I::1. cloelt A M. Friday
From the seed they seat him
Uett of Savings Bonds, Mop I, A. D. 1984, at the office of
an of which bear portraits of Ito South Florida Conservancy. Jr.
', for District In Boll Olede. Floridaand
; deceased chief executives 1;ow- from day to day thereafter a*
Mrs. ever, beneath the portrait of may b* n.c.anary for the pur-
Nancy Jarvisdies of terrier
po. objection" and
Mr. Kennedy are the words from
I "'t9 his inaugural address "Ask Tax Collector "{

TAXCOLLECTOR In Oklahoma, nut what your country can do
' for you-ask what you can dolor

}'1r. and lira. W, J. Stanford "The your country reproduction": of this RE-ELECT Hendry County "
:, ;: returned Sunday from BemJ-! Y
1 I memorable statement, said Mr. FRANK SCHAUByour ::1
ode, Oklahoma where they Northcutt alp a fresh remind
wert called by the death of her
mother Mrs Nancy Jarvis of er that our citizens help I would like to take this final moment to t&

THE COMPLETELY QUALIFIED CANDIDATE: Barud strengthen their own security: State Attorney vote and in the 5th election
1l, Okla, who pasted and, thereby the security. of your support May
BY EDUCATION: away en April 7th. their community and country I have tried to see and talk to everyone. If any-1

Mrs JaMs died only onelay when they invest a portion of one has been missed it was not deliberate
Graduate of U of Fla. in business administration. before
her m 1 birthday! their saving in Savings Bonds"
Service were cciutuUmt la the
", BY EXPERIENCE: Church of God at Delaware, ,y. I have lived in Hendry County all of my lift I

18 clerical and payroll work U.S. Sugar Corp. Okla. and Interment' was in except for 3 years spent in the U.S. Army-wi
years Waxen Cemetery at Nowata.
McGee outstanding wounded( twice and medically discharged in IJU
and cashier First Bank of Clewiston.He Other survivors her
; at are daugn-
with 60% and have four
hers, Mrs. XllrihetJi, PJJ11am.Sunluole Preston McGee has been selected disability am married
will maintain FULL AUTO TAG and TAX SER. ; Mr. Rr'.'het Butcher as one of the top five children. We have operated a successful dry

VICE for ALL residents of the county and devote his CnHtarnla lAd Mrs Lucy and: Gul&f.a ana,tooth David of at debaters Florida dining State the University last year. cleaning business in Qewiston" for the put 17 [

full time to the office. Patrick 0 2 Ban dan; two des McGee was judged tor'Us activity years.

tern tirt. Rode Fmrret o* Cot la debating In intercolkgfcornpeUtion. :
A HENDRY COUNTY TAXPAYER FOR 26 YEARSPaid /cridUe K BJM and Mu. Alice even though be did There are no promises that I can make except

".r r ot LaCrosse. Kanaaia not attend the Jut trimester. K, to run the office as efficiently as possible if j
( Political Adv. by C. J. Lowora) grandcfclldten and icveral 1 left Tuesday to return to FSU vlected.

great paedct. de-. for completion of hours for his

degree If elected I plan tit work" :,.pith Mr. Ward a tb j

office for 2 or 3 months or longer if necessary! to j

keep the office working' properly

,"r- ONLY ONE CANDIDATE HAS Give My sincere thanks for your vote and support! j

on Tuesday May 6th.J.O.Davidson.,


1 I 5 VITAL ISSUES TLVIA JUNE FLORIDACHANCSRY ADAJI8 NO.,tilt rialatlff, State your Attorney JrI. \

ROBERT LARRY ADAMS!, (Political adv. paid by Frank
Dt1FCNDda.t Schauh, campaign treasurer)
NOTICB TO / (Pd. pol. adv by J. O. Davidson Jr)
TO Robert Larrr AdimeIT41
Soul Uhle Street
::, a ArllBKUn.. Vlrclnle.
Ten are herebv-n iitl.4 that a
'rJ tilt for divorce haa been filed
SCOTT KELLY asalnet yea ay Sylvia June
Adams In the above Court. Ten
are required to file your answer CARLE.HORNS.it
with the Clerk. of the Court and .
to eerve a copy thereof upon H.
i P Johnson Clewleton.. Florida
i -i.4 Blalntlffa. attorney. on or kefnre
May SI,11I11 4; otherwli*, this
I .I adieu prooeed ex parta
,: I Wttneie my hand ana eeel of
IS THAT MAN aid Court In LaBelle. Florida,
tlll lie4,
Clerk Circuit Court
(Clerk BeaM
1! r1"' CN 441-Apt I II II 10; Candidate for
May T, If, 1 4.Q .

I;f! \ CIVIL RIGHTS! Scott ll/cppowilhIiblllwIth every fibre of hit beIng.! Scott Kelly

,I I' -; ;.- stands as Florida' tymbo,against this vicious bill. Your vote for Scott KtllIs / Superintendentof !
,I your way of sh:7ft'fn I ,you are agaInst this bill I

; f' PRAYER IN SCHOOLS I $ .ll/wIIIcto YerytMnglnhIspowtrasGov. Public

;';t % 'ernor, to bring prayer and Bibb-reeding: back to our public schools! Your

'.j f. J vote for Scott Kelly will show that you want the Bible/ back In our public 3

,: schools! ____ InstructionBELIEVES

t Scott K.lfywas the Uglslature's valiant IN

leader against this burdening tax load, a load which hurts the people who

; "l/ ,' } can afford It least. Your vote for Scott Kelly, the first candidate to vow ReEetfED /

I ; V,.' against this Increase, will show you want this tax Increase!! repealed I IX Well qualified teachers with successful expei>) |

f h HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION !IscottKelly win veto, any and legislation MASON t 1 1Iwo ence .

:'i iF' which comes before.J&v as governor, which might change the homestead O I4(

1 ... exemption. Your vote for Scott Kelly will mean you want the Homestead FLORIDA fUHIC Good salaries friend

t.I': I"' Exemption law to stay as It III! UTILITIES COMMISSION high morale cooperative

+; j j 0rMuet. eed pAetM.e relationships among school personnel.'

rl ;,. GROCERY.MEDICINE'"SALES TAXI! fa* Kelly win VETO any ...... M

.! : and all legislation which might put a sales tax on medicine or groceries. u.I.A1Iw.t

I!l' t ) Your vote for Scott Kelly will mean that'you do not want to pay any such taxi In... of l... ...

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t, ale4 N Felt ee. Carl HornsbyIs

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I SCOTT KELLY .. n.w. ..... .

-- ",, Approachable & Understanding

't R E c, EO MASON

FOR GOVERNOR 1 ". '" I'do"d P, t

[" 'HlpshIP fo, 0'1('"
Or+d k y &,qr w enemas..Marl Skirt
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wa* let u'i Oar tho t-U, yir oia in the bottom of Hie ninth on two Clewiston. Ha. THE CLEWlSTON NEWS: Fag Three r

Alaskan' which will bit held on) Saturday' Mens slow tingles by Bobby Cidden and 'Thursday, April! 23, 2904 Section Two ;
set collection mornings stalling at a o'clockand Gerald White and a sacritto -A I

ending: at IX o'cfcclt. Fth fly by IVltun Kicks to end timedame I, ii
wml are received the next two class will 1Iav9 .T vut 12 student pitch SoftballIn 13-12. :
)fetJlDdlsll In InIJJ5U days, April 26 and fC\Cretary of the division of Na and will! iaoti about 43mtaute
ca l1 to helP rxe.tht'IdI.atI, May 3. according ttonal mUslon of the Methodist *. n...,', KMttfteAiwU II Harlem/ News '
l Ivt a1 ollertnP to announcement this Church the deciding game for first I
when Glades Got 621:! SOl 7-24 23 .
weekly: (by Mr Gordon Crofut, This scialoiv of instruction will plan last Mxtday night between Parkinson' 004 064 t-43 IIRYdt'r .'" I
chairman of the local: church last until June 6th and if Glades Gas and Purkln-
Truck 403 037 -41217
r"l Commission on Mission Tennis clinic enough atudeut wish! to continue aoa'i. the only two undefeated Thrifty Drug t37 205 x-23: StM.rdar'e News of Our Colored CommunityMRS. j

David H. Blackburn nlsiion another cession will fol team left in the league, Glades JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored Nw Editor 4

superintendent in Alaska, a success low. lumped to a 8-0 lead going into Eeull-Xett 20Corbin Phone YU 2-7831 i
say the third Inning when Parkinion' 'I 240 442 0-K 17 0
that within Anyone who baa missed out
President of the earthquake rorty l 4Ibt kids showed up it on the class that are now finally] scratched pay dirt Ryder Truck 023 003 0- S I Harlem Tribes Attend lightened during<< a two-day work: '! e f
Fred :McGlnni.* the Tennis Clinic which was In at tb la \the bottom half of \the: third Thrifty:. Drg 320 033 HO-12 19 Art WtrlubopIlftyfive mop sponsored by the Hendrjr I...
of the Alask Methodist'Vl progress may sign up
ver. sponsored by :the recreation for 4 ; teacher and adult County Health Department on ,"t
department recreation dcpitrtment for tht runs, but those 4 didn't Parkinson's 531 003 Ml-13 18 ;' t.
city upend\ the door of the university and conducted by next session or there, isi a *. .help matter to,?much a* Glade Schedule: Trumday, April 23 from Hendry and Glide county ApI'I113 and It 'r'' I
; M ft Vmuxirary shelter p
Walter Comrie. IA added U injuri nco ru>\* a* the (ctuuurcd to Wednnday April nchov/U will\ attend an *rtworkshcfi The connuI4mt were Mr*. '"of
for those oho had been made Four classes of instruction the itbllHy present yams cleanse anige. get ca final SCOT ended: up .,M IS. Pe rk- 22): on May 13, at the M A. Shirley from the Florid oj I
homeless, even thoug1) the university fathom State Board of Health Dr. W.
la.OIIo' came within two run In'tbe Academy. It was announced i
; it elf bad not escaped sixth inning 1S-U but in Meadajr: Aprtt 11 recently! by J. Homer T. Kill\ and Mr. B. McPhail. ,.

unharmed. AKbough the balding "I J:' the top half of the seventh TOO; -Ryder vs. Parldnson''I. *. Blue! superintendent of achools Hendry County Hnalth Depart- ".. : '

, appeer unharmed un the ,1' ";'CUdes' torch !loose with T tlta, S Sfr-Corbln't \ Glades, 011I. A free educational service provided meut ) :
exterior extcnaive.inhaiar: >e- three of which were home runs, by Blnney It Smith, lite. The main area of discussion "I
pats plus work to ct.ma/lldab-/ ] to put the game m Ice. League Itdinpi manufacturer of Crayola crayons was venereal diseases thoroughly ; ;
oratories may run the cost up W L discussed wkh Interc '
and other school art many
lit the second supplies
im, Thrifty "
to 135000. Glade GM .. .,.4 0 ft11 answered.
Truck "' t. tilt workshop will be conducted n g questions r
Several Methodtat'parxos/y! v.aresemearwueasmwa 23-17 was outscoring Ryder Parkinson' ........-.. ...... ::1 1 "ly MM Elizabeth Belt, nlJtlll. slides and poster wereahown
Into haltof /
I going the top
....,......... ICorbin'
in Aluka e taped unKotctMd. the seventh inning when, Hydear's > Thrifty: Druxi ::1 who bu taught extensively and \ to support the dUcuastons. -
nitro/b Ilevr Supply ......._. 1 3 .
but Florld4'6 I -- hold !
two in Maater'a
:Anchorage will have 1 t Jerry :Belts 'ad of with a a degree from
Ryder Truck ,_ _.,.,_ 0 4 Mr. Shirley Issued Informative
to replace their chtenneyi: and SENiGtt SNAi tt .- pop fly to .center lor the flirt ? Columbia University. many
perhaps mekft other rc .s ir\ *. Lt. ,. oat Then Jim itcTbaU ILc led __ 'The teacher will devote 15 phampleU and gain.
The home. <4 :Mliukn Superbv and Con Style popped up> to hours of their own time learning suggestions on how communicable .... I
tendent Biatckbtrn. was heavily short Jar the secotd. out. Bob Glades Roofing Co. about. modern creative art education disease could be correlated
damaged la the bMi, menU! to the t. ASTANDS McColley walked sad :Bin Bnk and some of Its .material into each subject with
AO ef Reef and .
extent that replacing i-alis! and er lined ae to rt'M. field Type and ,.,ole. They will "Icora\ bydoln careful planning. I
cWmney H cost *lmo t IS,000. ON THI CIVIL RIGHTS BILL which the fielder errored causing New Sheet Constrnctlwa Metal Werk orPhone ,"-*** them of the Work- The 45 participant of work/- ( ;

And Ju it 140 feet a"71h4 residence hector Helloed teytt McColley: and McPhall to ilh'l jets hop. RolllnjK<< up their sleeves, hop expressed their appreciaitlon -

Of President McGinn! of "At this mm,,nf, I shankM[ be with yew Is Flsdde score as Baker: went: to third. they will try out the techniques Health to the Hendry. tor providing County- 'IN. I
Alaska !letbildl.t, Cuivtrilty mu!. Then single by Gary Machln 2.7111 presented by Miss Belt. Department>

tiered up to It,000 injury to tfcfoundatioa In bid tsM.aesrlnnPj.e. fe IM Unla.jOlaf.. SkprimaryasOs, and Bob Rogers, an error, a Day er ET UW!' Th *. technique wilt! Include our and community information with how materials -

Inelesd, I see km Wasdrgto. sou argent busin.s1 walk,and another single by Jack P. O. Dos ItllCLEWtSTON tome of the wee of' crayons, with on the
And t 'math Imperad teas all beeaue. i (al 1h. Clei Radish scored 5 run for Ryder : : riA.Plamling water colon, pouter paints, 1In,.,. to deal ittteUgently! \
'al'4j Here many perraa\ 'lmshh lie new b.fa. it. S.arto problem of communicable: dis
losses. th) "* amber ot( the Aa.hor pan Far ell our which would ba bad I.Qlsln and the bases remained full. lit paint*, colored chalk, and eases.We. :;

s* 'i3ixrHendry 1 P /4 (church was killed will ft" .! le '?rX K tact et, tee even very H cemive peiwd, With bases the loaded scores Betts 23-22 came and to bat the modeling: clay. Simple craft hope that thl* type of program "
technique will also be shown,
when Luck by a.,49-ton.( concrete jolw. bill weld pat ml. Faneasge newer In the will bwcom an annual
slab from an Anchorage .$ th. !Mersey pwral I that we cawld dame cl.. again in the Inning but after giving teacher an opportunity, workshop .'

department tore. At least one I. hung a polio. date, Fer this mason, l epsedieg two strike Belts foul tipped on EDWARDS to 'work with paper, paste and Mr. A A. Thome. Principal '""r::1
my eempolgnlng Kme In WasMngtoau do? the third strike for the third other material to grin threw '
church member *t Seward was O e lab :Mn. D. W. Hill. MeiOth. Co- '\
you mat me l. d.. In tI. and final out of thfl ball (anve. '
meantime, I warmly oak Repair itirttotial effect: All of chArt
._ among the fatalities of that city. you ,oixUnator.Anttlrenary ,:
-- le conl At Turnagala, two Methodist. I
,:$ .F Florida and rttum ma I* the United Start Senate m bin s take an easy victory over ReplAcements.Installations. experiences 'which th4t teacher I:
families )lost their houses Note
on) a v "f eenlor ttnolnr"
Ryder Truck by a score of I can relate to their own classroom
bluff that crumbled toward the aflaw .. .
m r +r ,flaw fl.. O 16-a The Sun Light Pan BearersChartable
111M ea At Homer, both church IndptJ'JOnA ."tet et D.flys.He a f hmd cash MrolPthfrdA Trouble Shooting teacher Society No. 163 cilia
Me In the nightcap Thrifty bat-
loot School responsiblefor ''
($ chhnncy. and brated their third anniversary
rdikrl AAwr/wrAn/ ) tiled Parkinson's with everything "Septic the Workshop arrangements,
the water end
sewer systems Sunday afternoon, April 19, at
rar'i's' lurlhility,Cbam iall-pric" ant severely. damaged. : they had but still came out Specialty" In addition to Superintendent' 2pm. at the Friendship Baptist
of,,1 I tmdllll. im the losing end 13-12 la a game Horn-
!IISS tlt8sit cllap3ct "Emergency tUnaadal aid Can YU 2 711 Bible Include Mr. Car) Church. Mr, Vein Whit
that went into extra Innings
will be given' to carry churche: 325 R Ventura by, Art Supervisor.Pernuee.l field president of the local or.ganlzfcUon .
County and institutions through the Thrifty Jed 11-1 when Parkinton's and her member

period of economic disruption, scored 2 runs In the bottom Monttea were host Ma J. Wattle J. Shaw .
Motors Inc.ofirlud and aid will bo given to keep tho su sS of the sixth to tie It up. In ltoell' and Mn J. B. Blake Cohen, founder and builder,
!tie bottom of the seventh, afterParklnem's
ruden&i la Eh* university' ," aid and little daughter buttle. and tier company wire amont
> Hvy. Ctewtrta. Dr. It Coaw,U Snoke, general cot Thrifty three up Did You Know? were' the house guests of Rev. the special; out of town gueaU 1
and three down. Gerald White end Mrs Leroy Holme the pant With pollc escort: and the Harlem .,
came to bat with two out the Sunday Rev. Blake 1* the pre-" Academy: Band a parada ,
r base> loaded and the score tied.. You can get siding elder of this district' and Wit brined aDd marched '.. '

After two pUrhe White hit a held his le Band quarter at New throufh the business district and \
load fly ban to deep left field Bethel A. M. E. Church and climaxed at the church, where ";.
the first that looked lik It would fall in Bar-R-Q to GO!
Standard brings you new, but the left fielder* Arturo KarI Haven.Bethel A. M. E. Church, Moore the following; program was rendered s i

rH.! made an excellent catch to Mr*. O D. Roger and children Devotion, No. 1&3 and No. 128; i>
since Ethyl'M retire he side and send the ipent the weekend In New Scripture 100th Psalm; mode ,*.
antiknock compound game Into extra Inning Smyrna. They were the guests Friendship Baptist Church l

*.. Thrifty and Parkinson' each APhone of relative and friend! Choir; Opening Remark President

a cored, one run m the eighth The many friend of Mr. ; Welcome .Address. 163; t
'and in the ninth! Arturo MorreH Julia Sale are delighted to Selection, Friendship Baptist
led off with a double but the know that aha fa feeling much Choir; The Occasion No. 163;

'next three men were retired and YU 2-9322 improved. She .he* not felt well Progress of No. 13, A Reprelentatlve -

Parkinson' went on to score the past few day. ; Greetings, Fraternal
ethyl We are very happy to tee Organlzatkn*; I

..........................................,..................".' .. Miss Geneva HolHs up an on fromlihh4ey Blackman; Voice ,
the go again after her Wadsand *, State! : Deputy;
asnaae confinement! at Belle Grade W. M. Moaleyt Jubilee Sang ",

I, Hospital Volunteer; Echoe. Sun Light
Good SamariUan Court, Mr*.
Canoed :Mary. White president; Introduction
The Sugarland Singer were of Founder and Builder,

presented in a concert Monday Mr*. Vera Whltfleld; s I
might April 20, at the Harlem Speaker, Mr. Matte J. Shaw .

n gymoatorium at I p.m. Cohen; Response, Minister; I
The first half ct the program Offering and Announcement: I

+r anus! conflated of popular and contemporary Dinner wa erved la the
4.0 41,'d h (pRESS mule, featuring the basement of the church.: r
rA '
Ak1 Girl Trio. '
Sugarland Singer --*- 1 '
SERVICE After a ten minute intermlulon New Bethel A. M. E. Ousrca I I
they tang Folk Song and prevented Rev. L. Holmes, Factor. ,I '

: spiritual music. Featured Sunday School: *:30, H. L.McKlre. t' I
jSI on this half of the program : Supt. i I
I't COUAtESYI were the Barber Shop/ Quartet, Morning: worship 10:S3 a.m. !

and joins by Mr. John Schetfler Evening worship, 7 pm.
TpiPAarua and MM Thomas Owen Weekly meetings-No change
e who gave a beautiful renditionof la 1dIe ''']'1Iere I* Balm in Gllead"
i arranged by ])aWIOll. Mt. Calvary Baptist
I The member of this. group No'change of order and time .r :
of servloe You are always. wet- .: '
'II are Dr. I* G. Vaughn Jr., director i
Mil Dura Underwood, corn*.
"5 '1 Mr. Emma Ddzon Reporter :
I pianist; Mrs Donna Ban Miss 1.i
Ida Dorman Mia Chris Kelly.Mr .

*. Law Kelly Mr. Quincy
f Why experienced Wertberry: Mr. Robert Kelly, Julia'.

Ii Mr. Ray Ketchum, Mr, Thom-
r !j II Own and Mia Pat Swann; Beauty Nook
\I l travelers ovranoi: MIll Fate Art' **. For That New Look I

;:::_. ___ goTrailways Mr, Maurice Matcher" Ids Tinting. Styling Cutting. NoApplntmeFrriday
J. E. Lucas Mr*. James MoPhall : and
r- Mr*. Richard Fbelp Saturday '
Can M ltMr
Fer larormadea.
I MIll Anna Paten and Mn.Donal *. Julia Sales rroprieUr ,.4 '
: :
--- Stile, altos! ; Mr. Ray ",
Ketchum and Mr. John Scheif-
A 'I
,iTrallwayi treats betie allover the ler,tenor, and Mr. Allen Daub- ,
you ? mapt,, '
(Travel flrit-clau America'*most modern buses.( meet and Mr. Walter Slewert, Harlem Club .
,VI.ta.vl.w wwindow Reclininguata. Immaculate! II bal_. An treats present enJoyed Favorite Mixed Drinks.Tried

restroom And people schooled to make trip fpleasure..til : this very fine musical Chicken Flap Hamburger
,.,. program and expressed gratitude and other Sandwiches
a the way! I Recorded Music
to the cut for a wonderful -
'T"" performance. Door receipt Popular Band
affairwere Mr. art Mrs Will Waflaee
and donation from thl*
presented to the Ole

dub to help in their financial

effort for robe

I Hilton' Grocery

--- a rbA IeAYShh Twc-Day WsrkslMf) at Groceries. m e t h Meat, l ;,
Harlem AcademyRepresentative. Vegetable Cold Drinks, Essential 1
*) of organization Item '1.1

t' and other affllkttnnj of We appreciate your petron- aege
the community faculty of Harlem '
Academy: and B. T. W., Mr. aid lfn.Thrne/ea WUm '
Eal9it travel 9rth
gasoline dlscDveryl u.thyll' Moor Haven were very en I'nPI1eten
n'B an from Oewlston l-wy j
80 effectively: that it stops p01rEr-Waltlmaii ATLANTA $1080moony

Itepe bock upgne better than p.cjormelloa any otJIer antiknock compound. M.th11 apirtadalDOre UDder Thru service -, .... Elite Cafe and Grocery

tblaaiboat an cy1iDderl of your engine. ItaDdt up 4 Convenient trip dally
: evenly StaMard pI01i I (Crown and WASHINGTON- =9.u NEW:\ LOCATION
extreme t.emperatuns. ADd Ifa In DAIXASThru ervlc> Corner Tennessee and Third Streets

J Crown Extern) .. at no IDcna8IID. ,U...
Thru service via MontgomeryChreveport Open House t. '
price! Another Important way STANDARDVOIL 19 1964 I
Sunday April
tali War tart of your ear. TAUIAMI TXATLWAT9rteyl t: .
C aa ....., ., '-........ ut N. *** Ae n. TV M3M. Home Cooked Food Sandwiches Cold Drink, Candle aid. t t.
,.. .. Cookie _
...Ji''IIae_ 'H516dkadenaskaed2rneae5nap5vrng, I r _.r -Ie; :r. i
bt Ameda'e -r--' Exclusive Atmosphere
. asset e.da.clay. Service with a smile ,

'7iiiiiim Don't forget to purchase a Clmston Hews I

Je F F- HOWELL, Agent Clewiston th' YUkon 27651Methodist 4

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,-,' ,,;it. I., ,, ...IW, ,' 1I .,m \ > ) i\1.\1Ii\\ 111iJ m'II\' '." ""\,, ,,..,::;,,,.:: i'i'1.1,11J ,'" ,,1 (IU.. jlMl ,. "

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::::: -;fexicUng tasks, n j area
Page Four THE CLEW1STON NEWS: CUwUton. Ha. lems ..hkt111 tbe'result of this are )just doing nothing to thaw.'' kith qualW'HUNLEY:a record UB- md their )processes
gradual absorption of Seminole our children right from wrap* to give chemical reac
Thursday. April 23, 8964 Section Two other Naval do not involve
by any
children into American war The Seminole lewder" are paralleled pleasedwith lions The plants have a stock
and culture is a lessening of hoping that dye Juvenile Judge ship We are especially our men of various elements on mend,
Seminole leaders find children the control which heir own parents and Counselor wilt assist them Vice the Admiral praise given Z. W. Green and manufictiune the fertilizer! I ill it}l tp
exerd them. with their problem. liter said"when by
.'._, : e Commander Submarine to order for each delivery; last
We recent Issue. MOM of us try to correctthe fell.
;.':', \: quote roan a Fleet and many season the Pahokee plant manufactured
>" of Smoke fiipili" the interest- children the parents recent Force
' now resent parental authority lag little! bulletin published by it very much. other civilians top pUHtary from officers our country and rmlzes, said about Plummer.500
the Seminoles co the Florid Theft are many things thaI
In recent rears the Seminole Many Americans have wondered leservattaM. It said:; American children! could learn and the NATO nations. Mr.: Plummer, president ft
youngsters. have been brought how their children would "Frank Bible said that be tad from the Seminole culture. One Chaplain\ Cooper wrote that be the Patekee Rotary Club, reported .
into the public' *cfatx>l system in react to having the Seminole one recommendations the of them" their attitude toward is betel transferred to Camp the attendance averageof
increasing\ cumber, 118 the U. children as stcbootmates. and Community Planning Committeeat their parent Others are their Lejuene. X. c.. and that "It hat his! club, which clams second -
S. Government continue> Its playmates. Frankly, parents Biff Cypress. One of the Wsj- honesty food nature and spiritof been the greatest( privilege spot in the recent! lhreclub
program to absorb the Indian were a bit afraid that the Amer. pst problems we have on our helpfulness. my life to be associated with contest, although the. official
into U. S. citizenship and economic lean children might be other reservation. is with our chil such hlghy motivated and caps- calculations: have nut been '
lit, and to gradually relieve than elevated by this experience. dren. We cave given up the dill bit men. The devotion to Cod made. 4r
itself of the car of the It: appears ot1w W1.M.. Indian custom of correcting: we/ Boys in Service of this crew has especially impressed -
IndIaAI. It seem that one of the prow children and now it seem weN me. You would have W. C. Boswell Introduced the
e CST been thrilled at their response speaker and President Carl E.
to the Easter and Passover Hornsby conducted: the meet-
services Our attendance at

E. W. (Bud) Weaver day Masses School, Sunrise and all worship other serviceswas Sun-.

,, services greater "than at any previous \ N.r ti-

r 7
i Drainage, Water Control Engineer IS years lived and worked in the d

I Glades Extremely well qualified by ability, experience, and temperament 1sAaracA Area supervisorsget : K

1 to serve DISTRICT 5 (the Glades) as your

j i new trainingDouglas

; full time County Comrnitmoiwr Palm Beach County i
Thompson LaBelle,
j VM one of the 'twelve luptrvion -
'1 of the Game and FreshWater

1i E. W. (Bud) graduated Fish from law Commission the enforcement special, who iupervijory -

school, sponsored by the Florida
Law Enforcement. Academy,
Knight of dcwiston at Tallahassee, April 17 A supervisor
"f WEAVER q Is a member of the uss RUNLET is in charge of wildlife
e fAS-313)) now stationed In officers in area containing from
Scotland and enjv<*l la repair two( :to six counties. Thorap-
and service of Polaris submarines. _'I conalata: of Hendry, Cal- ( r f'f'b '
; is the only man you can vote ,i Captain David Bell commander Her and Monroe counties. if i d rt
Submarine Squadron! _
The school: was designed toteach
and end the Fourteen has extended a commendation .
,, for put an to tight law entorcement personnel
to the entire crew
how to become more effective
grip and domination of 20 years + + for a superior performance, a supervisors. The trainingcourse
j i t + meritorious honor which is distinctive included: sessions on supervision -
by part-timer. and superb reports the planning, command,
; a Huuttey's chapain W. D. Coop control and coordinating quali- 1t iN 1+ -M

er. tie of leadership, discipline, mo M + I
Knight sis a member of the tivation and Incentives of law i +
crew, received the commendation. .
1 enforcement personnel and the
measuring of results and per .! 1 ofJi

ONLY ONE CHANCE VOTE WEAVER MAY 5 our Cooper el'tlare eakf'The performing members in of a formance ratings.Plummet .

No Republican Qualified therefore No Contest in November Polaris marvelous submarines way,! keeping on station the at V0 1 '

all times and completing vary discusses
} fertilizer plants

f .' a Glades back in P.B. County? Comi Agrfl 30Rqli .at Rotary ClubWm.
The Glades Commissioner work in Yes, because they have the 4-wheel drive family!
Rummer, president. of
tjf Harmony with the other 4 Commissioners? the Glade Chemical: Co., at car that's built stronger to last longer.The'Jeep' Universal:

f Pahokee, addressed the Clevis- takes them more places-over a span of more years than any ordinary car. Fishing;
r Vote For a Needed Change It's Time For ORIGkA% ton Rotary Club at the Monday
yA luncheon, and discussed the operation spots? The more remote the better. Hunting sites? Way beyond the reach of roads,

\:, of fertilizer plants in What's more when you own 'Jeep' Universal you suddenly find dozens of uses you I
Florida. Plurnmer's firm is
E.W.BudWEAVERReElect( ) opening a new plant at Lake never thought of beforel) See the 'Jeep' Universal at your 'Jeep' dealer's. Available)|

Harbor, for the manufacture of with hard top or convertible top. Fully enclosed or with half top and pickup bolo)
fertilizers, and to serve agriculturists Wheelbases to 101". % W AWS''
10 BIG DAYS in the area. up It's the real McCoy.
Plummer said the fertilizer
Industry began about 1850 in KAISER Jeep CORPORATION \P _..Jf. J|,

Baltimore when the first mix See your'Jeep' dialer and take a demonstration drive today.
ture of guano and potassiumwas
I marketed as fertilizer.
Since that time other elements
have been used in fertilizers
't :, until It .U now quite: a complex SUGARLAND MOTOR!
J. HOMER field. Th phosphate deposits in
Florida which center la Polk
841 E. Florii
Hwy. Clew ton,
!J II IIr < county were discovered about

r AVOID 60 years ago mined.and At have the been present extensively "' --'m l DDS! maw 0 DI EEM 'ues., ABC Ql. I I li

> WAniNG: time about SO per cent of thephosphate
i ......stead
r 1 ef Ma ardisAVs
(NiUGY States comes from Florida, said

,' lei w MI.... yew....?: the speaker.
\ Plummer said the three primary
't 1j ;:- 2 fOf th elements of plant food
pnc' 01 are nitrogen, phosphorus and
j OF PLUS A PENNy' potash. Most local soils have ELECT
sufficient nitrogen' but lack
'.. phosphorous and potash; the

It ::: Sugarland Rexall phosphorus sources and comes most of from the Florida potash
: E
i PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONof from Carlsbad New Mexico. 'D
Pharmacy Other secondary elements added E X
) are from various sources.
; Highway Clewiston Most Florida plants, (like his P P

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!i.' :J', ? EXPERIENCE :LANGFORD for E D E -

INTEGRITY county commissioner district 1

40 years in IIendry county Hudson (Bud) Graham

''t! Veteran of 4 years U.s. Air Force I

.i MATURITY He has tho interest of the entire county at heart.
lived in LaBelle 22 TAX r
1, Having years and Clew- COLLECTOR HENDRY COUNTY
iston 18 years he is familiar with problems
f" d 10 years y of proven public services in your schools and needs of both areas.

He has experience in business. He is now managIng QUALIFIED:
,;. as general supervisor his own email cattle operation
f. ; was : Hendry County resident 19 M
I owner-manager of El Patio :Motel; and witha Accountant

: r:: ". 4 years of proven public services;as your.Superintendent manufacturing partner owned business.He & operated!. a small pump .* Finance Officer 18 years for Hendry((17 years County for School School Board Board) 13 years r

1 ', t ; r.- of Public Instruction. is earnest, sincere, vigorous, progressive and I tlosely associated with,Tax e Collectors Ofliiifor," 13 yearsI es'

well qualified to serve as your county com PLEDGE: ; h

; His experience will give sound and missioner. 'p An: efficient tax collection service <.. ,J *
progressive Maintain as
l\t\ :.r Clewiston) SubOffICeand increase it's operation e
I'.,. elect SAM MYLANGFORD quired \
I'I :' ':' : t plans to meet the needs of a growing Public Notices" and reminders on taAeadlines""" '

I.:" county. Continued) personal service 3tW3 W
No outside interest will devote full time to the job

I (Td, poL.adv. pd. tor I by J. Homer Bible) (Politics! sdv. $paid t>? Sammy Lanstord) (Political Adv paid for by Hudson Graham) r. aa


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