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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 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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L tit I railv' VOLUME, NUMBER 18 CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL. 30, 1964 Return IVMtair GuarantxMl s..e.I4I.I.. f.U. Subscription 00 y.a, :. I

...-- t' Mod o! Hendry county"e !30 xlt4rln an. hour after the. pegs >.t.''.'" '

local candidates are In the final close. "r/ f
Observers believe the closest ;
at- Twister hits days of political campaigning: !
voter frailer
32 tit Denaud
-:-1" J.K v race tn the county will be between t
1;, :kit ratty.ia spcn- this week and win lose or Frank Polhlll and J. R. I

d U Ce Democratic Exe- drew, they will find rest from Spratt for' representative; and I I

,,In tees at Sugarlandsi __ the campaign trail after Tus between J H. Bible and Carl ( ,

,.. Thursday eve- JwIT I djy's first primary election. E. Ifornsby for county school a h,
: rd all the county r : r rF There are three races .which, superintendent. It la generally '
4.,.' tbtj! bid for oft will probably enter the second agreed that Holland will sweep

e primary: the tax collator, the county (and state) for Senator

., were limited' to county commissioner for district but there ta. no agreement
1'r!: < md some ..peech11 iJiF 1, and constable:< for district oa which. candidate will lead the !

It:=r'to' sore the MB time. s y one./ county in the ubernktorlal race ; .:.q. i t ,

d-I!: sea ',"m went along : ; The county's 4.208 Democrats Voting places have been designated 1,
ioc : ,: despite the DW\ 4 '- : Il and 80 Republicans and Independents In the same locations .y;

r rJ ',r: aces ended! beforeFredkeh I will vote from T a,m. as ta past years, and most of a:.f. I
,' k iiI till 7 p,m, In 10 products.! In the ttta precinct officials have had ,
served as mas- ,county Voting machines will be several' ;years experience la! ,"

L of nonie, and **&>. used in all but two precincts, working at these Job. .r.
r deb i', the speaker In and unless voting Is very close Approximately 3.000 ballot I
t''f-ect Win result should be assured are expected next Tuevday
:* ,
and the office I'
ITSe speaker* .

I|State', :leek attorney were. Frank Schaub Girls win top honors at t. ,

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Smiley
Incumbent and W. M.

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Representative: Frank Pota" '

1 and J R Spratt. Iewiston High School .
Clerk Circuit Court. :Mrs,
o () i
.roJv: HOOK Clink nuns ,,
nti and W T HuU, J(> it s
Incite o' + v Miss Chris Kelly and Miss Itn ltd 11th grade\ < ;yew,
Mr* f fA
Tax aU incumbent Assessor ) and John .. ..,..'.,..,.. Phjllia Crouch: wUl share honors Lint,, :rear ski was one of two I I
at commencement of ClewUton Clewiatoo representative' to 4

art Hudson Grad Chief Deputy Sheriff Seth Howard looks over remains of mobile howe| destroyed.by tornado Sunday atternoon' High;! School this ;year. Miss GUI State' sad won first place ,tIn
Ta Collector. Kelly fa l valedictorian and MU the talent!: show at Girl \

a,1.0 Davidson. Jr.. C J. 'tmalt: twister dipped to the a few days earlier for Maine.Th I Crouch... Hlututorltm of the class State with a piano selection I
(..wore Eddie Hedges and R. ground at Tort Denaud during a twister( picked up the entire NEW RADIOHOOKUP : of 1964. During high, school she placed I

Yeomins Jr heavy lain squall Sunday afternoon mobile home from the dumps Doth girls have attended the tint la th* poetry contest sponsored 11" \
Sheriff Ear! S. Dyes. &? and demolished. a mobile ground, carried It about 200 Clolldbul'j'f; WILL Qewliton elementary and high by the Parent-Teacher "1>.. I ,

rul Meredith Pace.Superintendent. home and a barn, uprooted several feet 'before the heavy chasxla schools and have been outstanding Association and tied for first '. f r '

Public Inuclion orange trees and inflicted and wheels dropped 011. the students throughout. their place la 'the! science contest .., : ',
ASSIST
OFFICERSLaw
J H Bible (incum- other minor property damage )trailer then disintegrated dropping inches of rain 12 years both sponsored by the Parent- s.,.
:ot) ind Car) E. Hornsby- No one was Injured.Th. pieces! along for another 4.29 enforcement officials In Teacher Association l
Commissioner district MOO feet. Both trailer and contents s I
County
She is
member of Beta
rainstorm was accompanied the Clewiston are. now have *
Campbell, E Nail (Incumbent) by hall and the twister are a complete loss. In the squally; wither which H Jve, cloudburst wag of such a access to Instant radio contact iig Club, Spanish Club, a majorette .

gene Wilson Hough and Sam- followed a northwest course as The wooden barn of Geo. F. prevailed over Florida end other k nature that Bob Ban'prplrty with officers In a wlxta area In in the band was In the "" I

iy Langtord It dipped Into the historic community Burchard was exploded by the areas last weekend Qewisbon on the' western out South and Central Florida senior class flay, and on the ? '
County Commissioner district west of LaBelle on the vacuum created by the twister. received 4.20 Inches of rain in .kIt.u of Clewiiton, did not race through installation of radio Powderpuft football team. She '. t

H. S, Parkinson (Incumbent), banks of the CaloosahatcheeRiver The Austin home, adjacent to a couple of hours late Saturday a any rain at all on that equipment in the Subofflce was selected as a member of .L.
rJ Gene Ham. the barn, received some broken afternoon bringing the city almost d. building In ClewUton. The l Homecoming Court. She is a l, I !

School Board Member, district windows, but the damage was as much rain as it had received Sheriff Department and the member of the Ordered Rain- ';',', '
Blanche McCormick (Incum- Worst damage was to the mo- light In the SVt months since lore Clewhton! Police Department bow for Girl and Is a Past ,
int) and June White. bile home of Mr. and Mrs January first 4..laning are Jointly furnishing radiotperatntatpgt..cervlce Worthy Advisor She hag given '
Constable district 1, M M. Harold Ge terllnC. Maine reaj- i Several mature orange trees The cloudburst l l11e l 4 the ( 10 generously of her musical talents t
[Mac"( McCall Charles XX::' 'denU who ,have' spent 'Increasf, were uprooted. and a garagedew streets to" overflowing, to rap" ,' ,J4sslsdtetrudgai' +sf! tIN hours per day, said SheriffEarl for church youth and civic: I'
{chuck" McGee Chuck Prater dngly long winter at their* was torn from the Robert idly the storm sewer' could not SlaW Ko4 Department contain Dyess. groups, and i* a member of the t
id G H Small. Denaud property They had left Dinning home. take the water off ae fast a* It apftnciKtraitely 15.$ mile Sugarland Singer I
Don ls by
Taylor employed
of 4-lanJxig of US 27 from Lake
fell and dozens pf business Chris is registered at Rollins
.. _--_. ,---, .. -h mopping .water Wale to Ramon City at an expected the Sheriffs department and College, Winter Park 'I
places were up
ap n
coat of IU23.000 The Barbara Akin by the Pollee ..
their build
which came inside
tentative budget will be subjectof department I
Ins The water ww over the
; a public\ hearing and will For instant rnponae when w
sidewalks In several places oa
then com before the road board bt need ., law enforcement MISS CHRIS KELLY
Most soreswere
Sugarland Highway
for adoption at a latermeetlnjr.'Beardsley offloen. call TU 2-4481 or valedictorian
and
closed for the day t
YV 2-345 ,
few others were forced to close Miss Kelly, IS year old daughter
because of the flooding. The radio contact Is main of Mr. and Mrs Loyd G. !

gets central Kelly, ha< found time to develop !' I IL
her talent for music In
Civil War comedyis deputy's car, and with the addition to her academic work.

industry awardJ Sheriffs departments In Palm She U a pianist of considerable ;

Senior benefit Beach Collier, Lee, Charlotte renown In the area. In May

:/ b.al.aa. see Jal1 E. Beardsley, a charter Glades Hardee and Highlands 1963, she was made a district. f,
"Advance to the Rear" is aroilickhg member of the Clewiston Chamber and other counties In the area. member of the National Piano

comedy of the Civil of Commerce, was given the The radio operator can contact Flaying Auditions To qualify :
1 War. which will be: shown' at. Industrialist of the Year award the officer on duty instantly for this membership she played ,

the Dlxle Crystal Theater Tue .t the special "Coffee" meeting \ and relay messages to them seven classical selections from I
day, Wednesday and Thursday,
when needed.
of the Chamber Tuesday memory before a Judge who
May S, 1,1 as a benefit for the
was sent from Chicago to audition ,
Senior Clear,
Service officer her in West Palm Beach. I
Starring Glenn Ford. Melvyn She attended Transylvania Music
1 Douglas. Stella Stevens and Camp in Erevard, North ,
Joan Blondell. the film also away next week Carolina during the summers of J

t1Y.l A J 11 d 1 .,, gives opportunity for Glenn Frank 1:. Veltre llcndry 1960 and 1962. There she received MISS PHYLLIS CROUCH '
Peter to play a bit lalatalorlan
Ford's son County Veterans Service Officer, achievement awards In
role with his famous dad. Peter piano and musical theory,
: announces that his office will be I
Miss Phyllis Crouch Is the
Union soldier, In a company >
la a r. closed In both Clewiston and She received the Woodman\
1 1I
'5' commanded by Glenn daughter of Mr. and Mrs Robert
LaBelle all next .week as he the World American History W. Crouch and Is 18 year*
Ford. will be In Winter Park attendinga Awards given to an /eighth grader old.
:" Background music In the film state Service Officers Conference and an eleventh grader each

'I""" 'i" Is Minstrels provided popular by the New folkslngera Christy and School. year. She won this during her (Continued on Page 8)) I


'. /oj I', between Romance Union bloaaoms Captain In the and film a To Participate in Ridge Conference Track Meet j I II

... ,' :' e I. :' beautiful Confederate spy and
---- the captaln'i company to called
fill the First Christian Church. Fen complete collection\ of -'WII8i'-4a.o. I
: NEW BULDIXQ OF THE FIRST inister W the most
sad a. J. E. BEARDSLETWm.
< guest'minister In the fntlre army.
*IIS7UX lf7en. was the misfit
FraaAteaues.
CHTJ1CH. Eaperaaaa sad -
dies Ooedrk" II miabkr. They all have an exciting part C. Bofwell. chairman ofIndWltrJ'
.recently dedicated.. .fat >,e- the..81AFF PHOTO corned,.. "Ad
k57 afteraooa In the hilarious the committee of the I.
service Erie Dance. Rear.
to the
vance Chamber made tht presentationwhich

to that portion of the state' Jo- was accepted by :Miss \
south of State Road SO. Charlene Jones, secretary to '- n
14 Bated
Hunting season opens Nov. ; and March ZT to April 11. with Teach your children Mf. Beardsley, who to in r 1

I of State Road SO Hunters will\ Europe. I

no early dove allowed be allowed to take two cobblers. traffic safety The Industrialist award tf the :
season season.WEATHER
this second '
during gift of Governor Farris Bryant,
I II Ii
who requested the Chamber to i

TALLAHASSEE norW. south of State Road 50, and WALK ON make the selection Mr. 8osweH
general hunting aeaaon west of the St John River. ; said the award 1* given to Mr.Beardsley .. I
resident bunting not only for his outstanding -
When rtaggeredKlay Mln Rain
game bird and Mall
'"w' bunting win. be ..1I Date LEFT work during the past ,
w113 open la in tore, 88 84 -
Saturday ZZ
the' April but tor his service
'. day during as year/ many
!n tieD Sowed I .ert 23 11 -
end the period April through the year past "Most
first. nine dayf. -
i strict between November Z5 and No- Aprll 2i 21 67 ..04'r1l of us who are not in close contact -
..:.
aped onTi AprIl ; -- do not realize the tremendous
and between Deoenvber 84 U8
umber 2t ._ 11
za amount of work which Jim t i it
J. Mondays as .5Z i
eaibg 23 and January sa k' '
dabs-.ppi7lug 17
turkey to Tuesday and Fridays will be Apr _' It 71 .%1 has put Into this field. In my r + Ar a 'art 'YI gar
Z8 r
ad h- wan set at ctoaed at aU other times. Shooting ._ 93 11 .22 work on the Industry committee 1 ts 1
'lagatw a formal resident flAme April Z9 of the Chamber lam.very appnpiative ,r ',e !
br
Game hours j jI'
b Commission"d Fresh fpeciea will remain at from one- of his service which
at Tat ,
halt hour before swnrlse to one- Spring Frolics have been of Immeasurable '
A. D. each value." I .
direcp haH hour efller sunset of Department TRAFFIC
day.Hunters. The Owlston: Recreation FACING Mr. Beardsley to a realtor MEMBEU OF THE CLEWISTON 'TK3Z1 jured bee a awtoiaalag aeelde.8 I ", 1 I
7 In open provided with win bold Its Annual and ardent civic club worker; track learn whe win participate .IB to RldjwCeafereM will aol be able to participate.' Staadteg. E, j
Third ands wffl be Dawn Oft Miy8th la both field be ba* bad opportunity '
Uon hunting Masons during SpiDI Froths fur- Meet fat It. Mead Friday after Coach Deft Baker Be Lindsay. Penal For ii ,
DDsbjb, two turkey Invaden' to further the development -
mound lIdtlct ex.' tile 196WJ .- The first with "The mllSlC The dance of ClewistonPolice of the Owiaton. U86and MM are kaeeltog. left t* right Deaf Angel left Malt Siestas Danny Galilee. fun CarUbera. I' ,. I'I'
In the
Dixie and wtih thee general nUhInI aDellad City Mike Manias David Barrew', George Aleslader FraaU. KeI ertMa, Alberta abrreO sad
cAg Ice season opens Nrt at' o'clock he hat never missed an opportunity
osmic. bunting aeason and allows the
hunter to harvest three turkeys are tndted to at- Department BotweD. Bedlak asul Hurray Belcher, woe was ... PHOTO. .
allowed In that of either au.. The second season 7-10 graders

the di located open March 13 .co March 21 tend. I .,




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r ri .. though the fire was still blaring called to place an ad for herlost canele s drhrnr
and their arrivlurniblru beagle offering a reward
i Pap Two THE CLEWTSTON NEWS dewlston. Ha. moved a large/ portion, Iron Thursday, April SO, 1984 Section One -as- not
into the house even for a week Shortly she
-- e Sonny SezSundsya someone summoned the fire at n* back mining DWI; Morry 0te4ea
Incidentally: residents should relied( back saying aoni THE CLEWISTON NEWS be extremely proud of the JhgJ put the dog out in front case off So ddAt
efficiency of the dewwUm Volunteer ,- ct her house and wanted to can- Proper
accident to MurrayBelcher change tb
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue dewlston which could have been, Tin Departnvwt Their cal the ad fait results! fag an accident d hoe,
( O Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida corporetlon.gl much more serious brings!! to excellent Gaining! : Is evidenced until Apri. tg. Wa
;gl} mind the need! lor "Bt 'CIlJlld! .1 by their conduct: and action at docketIn eta C-h
Entered at Second Class Matter February 1, 1927 et the water safety" as tho summer tires and tilt monetary reward City court was found e a o! '
Post Office !In Clcwlston, Florida, under the Act of Congress cfMaica rapidly approaches u trivial !In comparison to the cases handled Wednesday, snd released alter ryd
'AID ;' 3, 1879. their v fcunteer lot
: accepted In time
dangers ,
More and more young folks April 22 Acting City Judge served
NATIONAL EDITORIAL w(21(! be frequenting the rim RESTAURANT profession Carlos Dickey Quashed the case
1
OR1Q canal and lake each weekend. --es- of DWI against Arthur' Moor
;, a IAS C6TIJIS: N Caution MUST be observed with In lets time than It has takento man, Jr. and gave the police P111A
boats" and It is strongly recom- YCampaign column the
out this
; peck
run1"6j department 10 days to file anew
1 N ; AiN mended that boats: putting phone has Jingled twice and a Sugarland PYU
ucualt skiers use "open water" rather HeadquartersFor become motion; Kathy H. Calhoun
1 \ Subscription Rates -- $4 00 per year heartbroken lady has
r O (Return Postage Guaranteed) than the rim canal It is extremely Jubilant. Mrs. J. H. Stanford was fined $25 or 10 days tor 2.3311
c'grfot BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher, dangerous to ski in the All Candidates!
narrow canal, regardless, of ...
.' S. H. STALLS. Managing Editor how good and experienced the ...-....
: Telephone: Justness and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 may be.
person
Advertising! Bates on application. The management reserves
the right to reject any objertional advertisement! Let's think, talk and act water Meet your friends and let Chef Shelby
TUB NEWS assumes no rssponslbllltjr for the return of un- safety through the summer FRANK POLHILL
soliclted nitnuiorlpts or photograph .
4 Told N&WIT: assume* no financial .pon.lblllty for typoraphtcal .- -ea- Weaver broil
or oommluloni In advertisement but It notlfi aol
errors With election only a few days
.uch rror. before the next IHUO of the paper will reprint correctly Choice
nit part of the mlTcrtlmment In which the error occurmd.I away the rumor mills areturning For you, your choice of 4: varieties of U.S. invites
r /
cordially
the event. a time element l would render the correction value- at a high rate of sliced > ; you to
hi" the N.w. will reduce the price of the iidvertUement by an Steer
amount eivinl' to the percentage of the total .pac. as the error with statements and counter I' ,Western
oui or omitted coop represented. statement which all come .1" I
from the hone's mouth. As !
BEEF STEAKS
voters go to the polls Tuesday ; ,
Let's set a new record! they should of each consider individual the qualifications seek!, < from k OPENi HOUSE

log office. A person chosen: to: | London: BfoiU. Ii.
H mdry county has made some notable records in percentage -
the / of
represent people Hendry his
of voters who turn out on election day. Some of county should be nominated by 1 at campaign headquartersacross
the records have been good,; very .good and some have Us qualification FOR the office TBonN.Y.. Strip
been poor. and not by the faults of another.Vote ',
and as you please, but VOTB( :< Delmonico across,fromitheGIades' ; Restaurant,
Wo set our best votes records In first primaries TUESDAY!
that Is understandable. There is nothing like keen competition I 'j''FROGLEGSI:
,
to arouse interest, and keen competition we certainly ?
Genial "Bui" Weaver it cutting
have So we should be able to bestir ourselves and Quite a wide path !In his- Pit Boom], ,lieservations for 6 to 70 people. I. MONDAY> May4th.Free .
set a new, and good record this year. drive for county IOnm.lll11oner, i : f
Call Tony at YIT 3-1751
,
In the first primary four years ago there were 3,775 neighboring. P tn Bench it
voters !in the county and 78.3 percent of them cast their well county.known'Rue in!"Cl U wiit e :*fi ptlon and&hW lly(; IOn t coffee f and ""doughnuts all day!Ii

ballot.: friends era wateMns; the race i
a This year: we have 4,278 voters an increase of 523, or with k *JuiteiciD\ Tho .shod I

( 14 percentIt distance PB counties between iambi Itemtry considerable; and I; 9 J ; I "YounFriends'AraFor
of hundreds of interested J : Frank"Pol.
will take effort on the part difference In tTn. > approach to. S't1R"I1'P t. E. S
parsons to net a new record. The candidates are doing the voters. Bill was stated' to ,, .
'
their part they are urging' with all the enthusiasm they make his W debut yesterdayand : ( adv. paid lilt by Frank Polhfll)
C possess. Is fchedolud again on May
There is a great deal at stake In any election. With 1 and May c-n Channels S and .
the new burst of growth and development in all parts of 12 at 5:40: and 5:50: p.m. on
I our county, It Is more important than ever that wei elect the -ea---
I men who are solid, substantial, conscientious can and will Donald Sutton was about as
do a 'good job as our representatives in all phases of government busy as the perverbal cat Sunday -
activity thils year-from our legislators, through afternoon. High winds blew MOTHER'SDAY
courthouse office and board member. Whoever down a pine tree across from
every every
KELLY and MA
his home on Sugarland Ranch TTHEWVOTE
is elected will tackle a bigger Job than his predecessor. which brought down power lines

Voters should give thought to these things' and should with it which resulted in the
make thcdr decisions apparent cause of a fire !in the
own on the best man for every office
and should vote that decision next Tuesday. rear of his house. Despite the
heavy rain, he and volunteersVOTE

."1. NOON

: FOR

Colors:


Blanche McCormick :.r% pink/white blue/white LAKE SPLIT!





for School Board, District No. 2 grcy/s%bite On May 16, 1963, Senators Scott Kelly and J Jom


0\' Lifelong resident E. Mathews voted "nay" on equal division of Lab!

V/ years experience as board member -J ', ,

.! ;! ttn l Okeechobee!
; ,
I 1 I I ,
'; 'I' ,,
,
'> .." .,"':" understanding children *..
399

r I :1 I ; I understands school needs *" n. ,i This House Bill No. 824 was passed 24.16, d despite

.. *r favors long range planning 'f v,. ,,

.," \\j :: believes in harmony in schools .. spirited efforts by Kelly and Mathews. Thus L lal!

t, ; member Parent-Teacher Association Womans Club Chamber of
Commerce Okeechobee became equally divided in area and t taJ


i, f/bl::\I. looking ahead _tqIn! _i J \ Sizes: 7-18' revenues between Glades, Hendry, Martin, OkeecW

(Political Advertising paid for by Blanche McCormick) 7 ..., ;.
/ bee and Palm
: 1I Beach Counties.

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1''t CAPABLE COURTEOUS COOPERATIVE I
i ;! : i
.1 'r a Senator Fred 'Bud' Dickinson, in fairness to 'All

ft'
Vote for
:'J" rl counties did not take part in this controversial UH


j) C.J.LOVVORNfor cause of his ambition to represent "all of FloriJij F i d I


I ) 2 Piece Suitin equally as governor. I

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a cool blend of
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r : : TAX 55% cotton & 43%. acetate A VOTE FOR

a A ,
Uj Dressy bracelet leength'leeves l "tJ. /. .
and slim skirt. (
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I : : THE COMPLETELY QUALIFIED CANDIDATE, : f;I' Dickinson

i.j t,.:1 ,, BY EDUCATION:
:: r:, Graduate of U of Fla."in business administration. :
i t I
: on May 5 '
BY EXPERIENCE ,
,
;. '! : Roal'mere
: 1 i[ 18 years clerical and payroll work, U.S. Sugar Corp., \I

": :- r i '? .' and cashier at First Bank of Clewiston. Is A Vote For-

t I' : He will l maintain FULL AUTO TAG ,and TAX SERVICE .

1 1, /'." c t for ALL resident of the county and devote his "One United State]

i I t' full time to the office. ift always a pleasure to serve you Sunshine

AHENDRYCOUNTYTMCPAYERFOR26YEARSt Manager DON STILES

'f fPald Political: Air by C. J. Lowora) (W. pol adv. :
by
Dlcbnaoa!
for
Governor :
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tarta4 for Lawrence Pamer on a home for Mr. and Mrs Gerald Qewtfrton. ITa. THE CLEWISTON NEW"
increase Eajpryan/a Avenue on lots 6 Page Three
ready white -
on Trocadera which it es Thursday, April SO, 1864 Section One
and "mast' half) of lot 5, in block timated .
to cwt 19700.The house Sugadbmd Pharmacy More Spend Less
149 The home will! be 24x28 with will be r
new homes a 12x30 garage 28'8"x3r4" with a 10x17 Your Dollars Go ,
garage. win cost an estimated 8000.
and two DeW Mr. end Mrs. H C. Downs Hall breaks PIZZAYU :
mw norrtes : :Mrs. Mfrtii McKlnner has a George A. Pnviaworth: it Farther on Rea Express
been begun in are bonding! 111.000 house on building two ad-
reel 100 Gav.lad addition tor lot 1, 2, and 'i, of 3. block 134, Kendall new home Construction under construction by; Wring Jog 1 apartment and 2, block:) oil: 3fiS, 2-3311 Phone YU 2-2141 For Pick up & Delivery Service
;; nom' gave further on Saperanza Avenue,The home The CB home ii located Company.en Iota Alverdez Avenue, coating aa .*. leg in f fall I
construction total will be 30x42 with a 30122 ... .. r.9d
1CO <:re garage 21 and Eft 20, block 434, Alver- tlmated $8,000 each. The house .. I
week del Avenue, and will be 27x28 will be 26x40 and each will havea Supervisor of RegistrationJohn
12,000 !home has been Coastal Imperial U building in size! with 11x28 garage, and 14x40 garage. L. Hall 1> confined to the :1
Dan McCarthy' home will Hendry General Hospital, recuperating 1j
have an aluminum screened in with a broken led'
cabana Installed by Hendry which he Injured Ins fall down j
RE-ELECT County Aluminum Company, at the courthouse steps last Thura-
a cost of approximately 1300. day.

R. E. Burchard is building HaU was leaving the courthouse
additions to. the brick veneer when his crutch .
E. IIALL residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. on the steps, which tip were illpped SALP 1' ;' : t
Campbell Berner on Osceola and Arcade wet from .* recent rain. He
Avenue The additions are was brought In the LaJ>>:tIe ,
42xl3, 12x6, MesS, and 23x23 and Emergency Ambulance unit to ,
'the estimated cost Is $7.500, the Clewlston hospital, where he
County CommissionerDistrict D. L. Endloott has a permitfor fa reported to be getting' along
the addition of a SGOO garage fine '
J I
to his house on Trocadero Mrs. Mildred Lewis, deputy in

No. 1 Street. the haa tax also collector'assisted Hall office with, who his Continues through Sat., May 2nd. ; I I'fJ

office duties in the past, I la \
Business Lots again assisting there during' his :
absence, I
0. 75'xlOO' to 20' Alley Hall expects to be discharged
from the hospital ahortly.Men's '. '
from Parkinsons '
across .v: OF'F

Dade-Monroe Softball e 3 r,; ":i,

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Realty In the first game last Wed- ,Lee Pants ... "i:
309!) W. Sngarland Hwy neaday night, April 22nd Thrifty Levi; & ';
YU 3-2941 lost another close ball game I '
with Glade Gas by a score of "

M.In the bottom of the seventh Western Shirts ? \ '

Thrifty was behind by four runs I ,
when Armando Llano led off 'I 1 : I

IN o 14 60N 'with{followed a single.with another Arturo Morrtll aingfoand ". "'. JUSTIN, NOfCONA+ & TEXAS BOOTS <'. ::1.x'';f ;

Al Morrell filed out to center i : 'lt II
for the first out. Alberto : \ ,
Boots Guides Gas Ice DeArmas then singled to. More Barley hata. for men, women & children "
Fishing Tackle Suppltott IJsjno! to cut taw land to three
EXPERIENCED & !
QUALIFIEDTO
mas With two men on base, ''.
Johnson'sFishing BUa Rodriguez stepped to the "
SERVE YOU BEST plate and blasted .a triple tcor-' ,
Camp ing Morrell and DeArmas. but 4 "
(Political Adv. paid by Campbell E. NaB) Ctowbloa Flo.i Rodriguez tried to stretch his .GATOR : f
triple Into a home run, which j' I"
would tie the game, and was ; ; 1 '1
thrown out at the plate by i iSTOCKMANS
Dyvan Dyal for the second! out *
\.:.Jt of the Inning Justo Navarro SUPPLY .I ;, I I
c fI;: if, '.. ended the lame by rounding '
.
: :
jjf'!; out to short. '
,jl" Glades Gas._._ 104 202 P-911 Old Post Office Bldg. Belle Glade, Fla. 1 h
\ ;. Thrifty Drugs.. (000) 320 3-4 13 r I I

In the night cap, Corbin' 4
;1 scored four run In the bottomof t
I) \. the sixth inning, after trailing \
I',..t;" Parkinson's 3-2, to end the
to game by a final score of e-3. .:i j
We break fine-car habits
challenge buying
you your In the bottom of the sixth
Corbln's put tour hits togetherfor
GotothePolls ;
,'j<: four runs to go on and defeat I
.' a strong Parkinson team in
,
t the;'fastest and lowest acoringgame I
of the )'Nr.Parknson' I
.
'ft 1] I" ",.."t. ...... 300 000 0-3 7
'
.. ,'ii y \ Corbln'a ...-_... (000) 024 :-410 I
May 5
Monday night April rr, Park- on "
? (inson' came out on the good
end of a 13-10 battle with Ryder '
Truck. I
Ryder got as many hits as I
Parkinson's but couldn't put
them together for a* many
runs even though Parkinson's -SENDTa
mad more error .'
Parkinson'... ...630 400 0-13 15
Ryder Truck ... &(11:10: 1-10 15
,
Th* second game on Monday
night' laW Glades Gas put it to :
.1 Corbin' aa Glades bit 20 safeties -
/in America It fa also the 1 for 14 runs while Ccrbin's J. R. SPRATT
If you've let your fine car .become a habit, our apacious car built today. out
could only five runs
new 1964 Imperial win convince you it'i time for quietest car; 154 engineering refinements have of 10 hits.Glades manage. ;
a change: For here ii a whole new Idea of what been made for this purpose alone Enter the quid Gal 1(10)0( ) 100 J-14 20 I
fine car should be. It ia obviously the most beauworld of Imperial today. Discover a totally new Corbin'. 111 ZOO 0- 310t7 : I

tiful hoary car yonTl tee this.year.It ia the most level of luxury: in the fine-car: field.I .1 To The : I


I.MrEJ\tA[ State Legislature'' I ,

a. TRBA8URTT DEPARTMENT .
-Internal K. .nu. Burrla i

\.. __ _- CIDM ) Bill authority*. April Nonce contained IS.of 1154.Public Pursuant la Auotlon Saotlon to # cell .,J
" east of the Internal ROYMIUO

I 'W'" M MCOUMtUU JUPSIMI TOfl MM4T owe MMttlt0tMSKCHOCUt,_. --O J coda 1.revenue property payment Johnson. the UXM has of following Doa been UllnquMit dm Til...,lle4 from Clewl.ton described for Internal Arthur non., A Sound And Attainable Program ,',:

florid The property will\ b. ,
Stse .old In a..oordanet with the pro- ,,'
Highway & San6enito v!.li>n. of Motion sane pf she In-
Beck Motors Uriml' Revenue Cod, and the e ECONOMY: ;
r'Kulatlnn thr Clewuton, Fla.r lie M r.ll4.auction at on 10:00 the: AirM lath at day Mon-. of Sound tax program-adequate provisions for essen-

w mmmmmm mmmia dry}/*"Euunty. Clowlnton. Motor Inn.Florida.,Burarlmid IXcrlptlon tials-elimination of waste, unnecessary and overlapping

n....loll, Cyl.of ,prnprtyi Typo 10.1-Mod.l 1X14 agencies and programsAPPORTIONMENT !I
HMai 441T,ldD'I'O.41. ';;-m4Ti-1: mP'ord : :
Club Up Truck ID No. riOJIN2U77. .
1SS4 Florida Tag 49G/K. e : j'
,fi = ,{ M ': ; Complete Line Oft brat 954. Only of the Arthur rliht.I.title Johnion, and In-In. Maintain current status of race track and road funds .4):1
w and to the property will be offirad ,
for sal.! The lams of payment now allotted and vigorously oppose efforts to deprive us
Material will.. ouch or It. equln'.nl.Leurle .
Building W.of Tt Intwnal>mlln.on R("OlitrlelDirector .nuo) of fair representation 'which is essential to our school, :
fly R. P. McMullen (Revenue .
{ Offlocr). road and hospital programs ". .
Y CN 44T-April ID, lt<.. .
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I
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ROADS, I 1'-.l ',,:: ,: V :,i : I
i 1 I' For Large or Small Better state roads in Hendry county .- ?-)\ > : .;} J4 y
.
'
: _" Concrete Jobs, Our Radio .
I
4 EDUCATION: .
MOSIhams .;, '
t. Controlled' Trucks Will Quality educationCONSERVATION :",; :


SSJ? Deliver Your Needs Quickly .. AND RECREATION: 'l

4-A'J.' and Efficiently. rll' pnIIdoII 0"-11'fat Improvement and expansion of hunting facilities and '.

I 'I Haneowltvtdl0.ytcaaaatautad outdoor recreation areasAGRICULTURE
iI ,,

'.' AND INDUSTRY:

Abner H. Development of favorable conditions for expansion- !,

a J Vann progressive plans to meet the needs of? a growing county

Ph. ... .I

Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix' Inc. YU 2.5911r 4'. ,


././AR71\\ (iJ'. A PROVEN RECORD OF PUBLIC SERVICE '
Call VI n' Uti'Str-Cew! ton
& U Jron 2-4411 1--'=''::'='" ... (PaW political MhrartUeoieot by J. & Bjcatt. campaign treasurer) -



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: '" J Sorority holds installation Mottle., Mr 141..;
10.1961 Sect+on One 1/1II ly
Thursday April. ) < -_-- Gentry Mr ,a.-s. J.tr.. 'QI
1Irr
Pit Room BanquetThe Baker MXEdwanj a:.4 J.tr.. Z I'tt
at air Hy. l
;:
Richard V
r Lolli, Mr ,
annual) banquet of Beta centerpiece at the speaker's Robert McCl::ey Ar In( 11.
NEWS S.gra: Phi sorority to celebrate table. W. W. CaI'TUthen Mr aIIC( 11..:

Toi-ndm: Day was held Satur- Attending the banquet, :which John Black, Mr and Mra.allCliIt.(
lay evening at the Glades Pit marked the 33rd anniversary of A. Baker Mrlei! drt '-
.. Room. Beta Sigma PM's founding Ange Jr. ano Mr r_
..
.. .. aIIC(
rr 4 1NMrMnnnrnwaa Preceding the ,banqquet the were Mr: and Mrs. Van Oothrn Ken Walker lilt.
?, .!Si t. chapter held the Ritual of Mr. filIAl Mr. Mike Millcerlc \ The said

1 XI! Bowling League Jewels Degree ceremony at the \ Mr and Mr. Richard F. wwority' Wl, committee",? Char J "
j r t Happy /home of Mr. and Mrs. lUchorcl Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert banquet.There's 1Ia
i F. Baker. Initiated Into membership -
L awards at banquetThe were Mrs. Woody Car-
presents ruthers Mrs. John Black. Mrs.
Frank Gentry and Mrs. Harold
members of the Happy trophy for high! game scratchscore who
Mrs Luther Davis.
Estcp
XII Bowling League enjoyed a ; Bobby Swindle for high
unable to attend due to
buffet dinner in the Pit Room of game handicap score; Frances was the no substitutefor
receive degree
illness will
the Glades Restaurant Friday Carlin for high series scratch
night to mark the close! of the score and Mary Evans for the at a later date.
Is the
Mrs. Van Cothern Jr. ENERGYISewing I
handicap score.
League schedule and award high series
retiring president of the chapter
trophies to the winners. Attending the banquet were
and during the banquet
Tony Toullf, sponsor d th Mrs George Unoberger Mrs
presented the gavel to her successor : w
l tt Glades Restaurants winning\ Eddie Swindle Mrs. Orble Mrs. Mike Mllicevlc. fir. r
team, received the sponsor'strophy : Evans Mrs Bernard Carlin, served
Mrs. Richard Baker as
and each member of the Mri Ralph Tlliman Mrs. James
and
team- .Ines LJncberger, Mary Vann Mrs Earl Hendry, Mrs.James totstmJltre.s. gugarprooides ft ui F
extendedthe
Mrs Wm. A. Baker
Evans and Julia Swindle. were Klste, Mrs. John Swindle
to the new members -
welcome
.UL presented with a winners Mrs Marvin Booker Mrs. Shirley .
r and and Mrs R.
guests
'
trophy. McCabe Mrs. Tom Brasher -
J Ii .l." L. McOolley summarized the
Bobbl Swindle received the Mrs. Earl Burd Mrs. Bill of
ETIB aid Mr*. Eddie Swindle, fen to Heat, award otered for the mod Improved Buslk, Dan Sullivan and Tony outstanding accomplishments: the
during year
the chapter
were Members el ibe winning team. That bowler. and also received Toulia Cothern presented mementoes
Mrs. 1
1---- wia made it the Fit hem when presentationf a check for 130, presentedby to the officers who had sugar
trophic marked toe ae._ End Banquet Dan SuHlvaa of Den's JNj-{ served with her during the year
Friday nlgbL--STMT PHOTO.MOTHER'S line Service, who>> offered It for Hendry County and In turn received a gift of apart
the most improved bowler on
president's guard for her
his I team.
Jackie 3yrd received "Uie is BPW topic sorority pin.
Mrs. J. Fred Baker sponsor
was presented an attractive bud
Frank PolhtU presented an Interesting Machine Centernew
vase as a token of appreciationfor
program on Hendry her services- during the
rM;
county, its resources and developments location
DAY o and Its predictablefuture year.
to members of the Business The selection of Mrs. RichardF. US AVENUE A BELLE GLADE WI W"-

eCMother's April Thurs.30 ..May FrL 1 and Tuesday Professional evening.Women'sClub was. Baker announced as Girl by of the the sponsor.year Sewing Machines and Things

DOUBLE EFA'1VRECHILDREN Illustrating his talk with colored The award Is given each year Sales and Service
to the member selected for attendance .
400 slides, Polhiil, a former
THE 'JOEL wALlgs"wan county agent pointed out that and service to the W* are In Oewinton every Wednesday and Friday
Day is May 10 m-,.'* True Nature water control had brought about chapter. Mr. Baker was jire- Come In; Call In; ; Write In; Free pickup and delml7
Story Improvement tented with a gift and received
Including
changes
Fine many
quality newly arrived GLOVES "SEVEN BUDES pot in forest growth 'the lovely arrangement of yellow

all-leather dresses SEVEN BUM" which he predicted "will sustain roses which formed the

Betty Hartford & and run.Frolic for whole faintly the new chip mill at Ked for
many many years "Hendry
Hand Bags Nan Leslie, in l/z ACCESSORIES Sun. Mon. May 3.4; county: will be a more Important
sizes ADULTS ONLY source of wood products in the
toMatch "HVDPATRICIA" future than It has been In the
$7.98 $10.98 R & K originals MEAL peat,," he said.
Minx Mode who Citrus Is mushrooming In the
woo academy awardfor
best ..eU1Q this pic- county and will lead to a processing Polhill hays, t ,
lure. plant within a decade l
All dresses
are more fashionable! and more predicted PolhilL He discussed

Tues. Wed. Thurs. the watermelon and vegetable'
comfortable worn with SARONG's new May S > 6 T Industry and explained that he
Benefit Senior Clam i. to help was not dwelling on the sugar
Allstretch them 1ft to World's Fair. cane Industry since Clewlston PlannedPositive
BRA 'ADVANCE TO BEAR'* residents already know of its

history growth and its Importance ,. a I
to the area.
Coming AprtI3Q Mr*. Alvin Zauel presided at
the meetlnf and Mrs. Beryl
Bowden Introduced the speaker.


.\ .P P4b f ..a/i t t ORIGINtI.ifANL. Africa is topicat I

\ \
women's meetThe

night circle of the Worn-
.a'. Association of the Presbyterian Progressive
Church met at the home
.
10 BIG DAYS 1 of Mrs. Art Lawrence Tuesday
evening
After the business meeting for
Mrs Curvln Martin presented avery
re 1 1eu.m.ur Africa Interesting program on Progra mPeople all

the
Attending were Mrs. Eliza
,
I r 5 f 71 beth DeLozler Mrs. Henry
yP. : Ford, Mr*. Glen Ethcrton Miss
.Jot s Marie Leydlg. Mrs. D. W.
*' r AM '' ,I+" 71 LAAe010 Judd. Mrs. Curvln Martin. :Mrs.

; Charlie Martinez, Mrs. Leslie
I Weetman Mrs. Betty Younk-

t" ,.," man Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. W.
W. Sage and Mrs. James White.
WAITINI.re. The next meeting will be on

i.JI Ii. .d ."...h0e4.... Tuesday borne, May 19th at the Ether. Vote Tuesday for
ton
1y aaviINIRSY
Iris ,..,..year 014"

JI 2'1 e ,rie. 0" t tPLt.tSJ Hospt'l changes Auxiliary meetingThe Polhiil for Progress

Pf N1 meeting of the Hendry
!
General Hospital Auxiliary
; >N II scheduled for Monday May 4th.
\ tt'% has been postponed one week
Sugarland Rexall and will be held on Monday

H Pharmacy May Mrs.11th.Gene: Hough Is president Frank Polhill Offers

; of the croup. All meetings are
Highway Clewiston held at the hospital.
.
I I 1\7; Free transportation and from the Pollson

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i' DM f&W. !mad: ..Siiori j' nilnrtcYlr.* IWilWtcrap*; Baby sitting service if neededPaid
(ameA wore-,
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Exclusive CrlafCrou action: =
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eapa move separately :: ( poL adv pd. by Frank
|J')you move naturally with natural comfort natural!tupport Poaffl

F' Elastic sides and back adjust) to every movement!
; s'" e The entire Ira-straps Crlu-Cross front, sides and back Lubricate Your

I [t I)/-freedom moves.\with.:. yon as ODe unit for complete* natural Car Regularly! 1I11I1_ Jltlllfll __mJl'IITHRIFTY

,. light airy SPANDEX Elastic Hachlne-washableT too. -d IS i Increase the lifetime

;i'TAi'S.rnrg ASante'.in surfs.....,m.r. Mretea-tarejs era* Q of YOUR car DRUGS
:f t.as.F. Cot-../.,. -
i" with OUR expert Shopper' Lunch '

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slat A 32.361 B C Redish Service FILLET OF BLUE WATER FISH

I ... French Fries and Cole Slaw

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: ,Ij ''I j THE SPORT SHOP BAKED NORTHERN SALMON LOAF with

:' i'oJ' Phone' 2-9471 for Free Pekp &Delivery Service Celery Sauce and Tossed Salad

I. SugarJand. .. .'highway ,' ,C18wlatonr t ,.Flay t' f' Stgarland IIwy. 'Clewiston Italian bread


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''y Historic building will be razed dewistoa, Fia. TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five U M. kilt A. O. Ward, a A.

;lewiston Church ---..- Thursday._April 30. 1984 Sec&M:: One Jones, Rofourt ):sale, James E.
Directory A Knott, Hcjufcto Hetnandes, Olive
building in whose frail walls are
wrapped much of
M. Spears, J nnex r Kiser, Donnt -
Clewlston's early will soon be
history
razed. Gl Klucr. I
Harry Wills R.
OF JESUS CHRIST nan BAPTIST CriEKCH COMMCJimr The tram and stucco butldlwj which has served as Fine performance M. Urbey: Uriah Tanner, Tern.ri .
I(1(11 Booker Point IK E. VraUia A venae W PRESBTTEEl parish house" for the Community Presbyterian Church ll Strickland, Pastor Rev. Leon M. Gabmrell, BOTH palm Ateno will be torn down within a few. months to make way for a Linda Faye Carets
Paul SchooL Interim Pastor Henry :H. Ford, Minister new church addition. The trustee of the church have

JM.S.-Morning. War+MD. 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. Uoo 1IC5:; ..ra.-Sunday School come to the reluctant conclusion: that the cost of restoring given by Singers J
:
eaday 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. Uoo: -Mornlng Worship the building. to a safe, _usable chapel or community room BIRTHS
I DPrayer Meath6:45: p.m.Training Union. a.m.-Nur.el'1la the Par is proruoiuve.) bo it will be removed and a new building By Miss Jane Mr. and
1,00: p.m. Evening Service. lab Howe.rdar will Pyle Elementary both sexes) sang two selections Mrs. Bob Rosenmeyer -
Wednesday: 8.00: p.m.-Westminster Bellow c/o up on the ,spot School Music Teacher, with surprising! accuracy and (the former :Harriette Alston !
Meeting. I
00 p.m. -Youth 7:00 p.m.-Officers and ship The small building is at the "awkward age" as far as Clewlston blend. "This group represented ) see. the proud parents of
Teachers Wednesday: history goes. It really is not old enough for an historical (Paraphrased by permission a sincere love of singing and a son, John Alston, who was

MMCMWFEJTBOUSESS: 'I'4L'8.00: p.m. Midweek Meeting 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice. society to rise up In arms and cry out against Its destruc of author) much hard work. born on Tuesday April 21, la I
cmmm Service. Prayer lion; as the church officials learned it Is not an economical "How to have The second group of songs St. LouIs, Mo. The baby weighed
Am with music"should
South Clewlston 8.45: p.m.-cholr ly sound business deal to restore its termite-eaten tills and was compared of such numbersas seven pounds, nine ounces. The sRoeemneyers I
Practice. ,
Palter have been the title of
ST.
Taylor MARGARET'S "
Rev. J R CHURCH "Coin' :Home, "On The are former red.
flm.Simday schooL Rev. Larkin Connolly walls.Yet there are hundreds who will the first program of the newly- Jericho Road" ":s,.*, Bye dents of dewleton.
shed
M.BT-Morning Worship. FIRST METHODIST CBVRCH 8:00 a.rn.-Sunday Mass. when, it is gone. a sllettt tear formed vocal group" the "Su- Blues," "No Man Is An Island" Mr. and Mrs. John Drake of f I
SPm.-Sunday Evangelistic 331 W. OiceoU Attune 7:00: p.m. garland Singers. Under the and "Dixie." dewlaton are the of
-Sunday Mass. The building Although the arrangements parents a
once stood on the "ridge" capable direction of
Dr. L. G.
Service. Rev. David Denslow. Pastor 7:00: a.m.-DalIy Weekday Mass now Del Monte along what is of these numbers son, who 'was born in Good Samaritan I'
the town's choice Vaughan, Jr., this '
:: residential of I
ploy: 9.45: a.m.-Church School 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass. used as a school street It was members group were good, I felt that 'the quality Hospital West Palm
p.m.-p ray er Service.: 11.00: a.m.--Morning Service. o.OO: p.ra.-First Wednesday public building and Its one-room held the first twenty-three fromClewiston of selection: of one or two Beach, on Thursday, April 23rd. '
81' 6.00: p.m.Methodist Youth each month Catho : school classes ever taught in Clewiston. There are end neighboringtowns was not in keeping: 'with the rest The baby arrived on the first I', .
p.m.-Youth Service. Fellowship. lie Ladles'Altar Society. perhaps some* adults In the community who can recall at presented an informal of the program birthday of his brother, John
tending this program of popular, folk and
7:30: one-room, one-teacher Robert
p.m.-Evening Study school The blend of voices of the ? ,
spiritual
MISSIONARY Thursday Saturday However, school soon outgrew this songs last Friday ,
l0gTHSIDE : small building and group was good throughout the
then night April 24th 'at the dewls
\rrisT CHUKCH 7:30: p.m.-Cholr Practice. 9:30: a.m.-Religious Instruc it was moved to its present locci 'n and: transformed ton High School auditorium program, in spite of the predominance

304 N. Francisco Street tion.CHUKCH the into church a small Protestant chapel In thin car'Jdty it served Approximately 300()( were present of women singers. Mrs. heads 'I
Bro. Chester Johnson ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH Here needs of the tiny community bar many years. The :first group of popular However, at times the soprano Perry j
the
Interim Pastor (EpUeoptl) children were baptized! attended jection: overpowered the rest of
OF Sunday School tongs opened with a delightful
CHRIST
4 m.-Sunday School. 207 N. Paellte 30t South Central Awnse, and church; grew up and were married in the church; and presentation of "The Happy the group.I exemplar chapter

:m.-Mornlng'm'-B'l'C. Worship Rev. dark IL Dorman, Vicar J. J. Sullivan! Minister earth.some were brought here for their final services on this Wanderer," and was tonowed/ feel that this program laida Xi Delta Pi chapter of Beta
0 p Sunday Services Sunday: by such old favorites a,1 "Me good foundation for much fine Sigma Phi sorority held It* Installation _
:
1 -EvenIDI Worship. 7:30: ajn.-Early Eucharist 10:00: a.m.-B1.b1] The fact that this "early" history took place and My Shadow," "Tiore Is music to come. Certainly, the of officers In the
School in the
.daJ: 10:30 a.m.-Family Service and 11:00 a.m. and early 30's makes this building of 1920's a Balm In GUetd," and "San fun and spirit with "which this home of Mrs. George Coleman
I p.m.-Pr.yer Service. Church SchO< i. 7:00: -Worship., It Isn't old enough to be an an "awkward age". Antonio Rose." One of the most entertaining. program was presented director, Wednesday evel llC, ....
p.m.-Wor.hlp antique
,
Saints and Holy Days al aa.nounced. Wednesday enough to be strong and and it isn't young Impressive numbers in the first cave a fine boost to the AprU 22nd. Mrs. Abner Vann. '
CHURCH OP GOD ; serviceable. group was "Black Is The Color role of music in the amateur's outgoing first president of the
7:30 So
|ray goal Fsetfle Avewae Confessions by appointment! : p.m.-Midweek and Bible devotions oldest public we will soon be bidding a reluctant farewell to our Of My True Loves Hair" with life.The new chapter. performed the impressive ,.
Study. building. Mr. Jonn Scheffler doing an excellent Sugarland Sjigers are to ceremony amid the
> ;;- .;.day School.: M-IJA YEN BAPTIST CHURCH .., job as aniotet. The first be commended' in fielolntf further flickering llvht of Yellow e.,,.

1 m.-Morninf Service. Highway 72( CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Mrs. group was by far 'the better, musical entertainment In dies, and amid decorations of
< pa-Evening:: Worship Rev Via Turner, Pastor APOSTOLIC FAITH Calvary Baptists Hall hostessat musically speaking;, of the two our community. and this first ;yellow roses. I','

j Uy: 9:43 am-Sunday School. South Clewbton groups. program certainly confirmed Officers: for the coming: year
j.s.-Prsjrer Service. 11:00 a.nk-Morning Worahlp.Bro.. Luther Dlxon. Pastor chapter meetThe The Sugarland Singers Girls Dr. Vaughan's explanation of are Mrs. W. G. Perry, president ,- t
'}' ':U p.nu Training Deco 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School hold singingA final Trio offered a good change of the croup's existence; ":s.- Mrs. John Drake, vie* I II
I p m.-Young People's Enfanror. 8:00 p.m.-Evening Worship 11:00: a.ra.-Preaching. Pt chapter of meeting Beta of Beta pace by singing two well-known. cause they like it" president; Mrs. Hagar Lowe, recording >
Sigma Phisorority numbers that '
well received
were
Tuesday
Wednesday: : : secretary; Mrs. Doug
song tot was enjoyed at before: the installation by the audience, at
7:30 although lass Ellis
8:00 p.nu Prayer Meeting. p.m-Prayer Meeting. the corresponding: secretary
X
Calvary ( new
Baptist officers
Church was held last
CHRISTIAN CHURCH on times they needed more conviction Mrs.
W'I' Friday: ; Foy Durreace: treesurer ,
Sunday, la connection: with a Tuesday with Mrs. Buren RaUa.lIo.teu. and harmony detail for
|*4 SctuUnd AadttOTtsm 7:30 p.m.-Young People's dinner ; Mrs. Johnie Jackson, civil
I Minister CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF on the rounds event Mrs. W. Jernlgan good ensemble. '
|a J. Goodrich Meeting. defense representative! and Mrs.
Families
brought covered dbnVei. < showed tildes of her trip to Europe .
GOD Especially: popular "He's '
04 I s m.-lUle] School. : war Abner Vann, extension officer.
1IJ I i,Comrnunion and 213 Sooth Fnncliee Street for and there was food enough and gave an Interesting Got The Whole World In His ''Patients admitted-Ralph Damon After the business meeting the
two
Worship Service.: James f. Xlmbrel Pastor CALVARtitAPTL9TC9URCH hundred people. commentary on the scenes Hands" In which the audlenre Robert E. Harris, Temple Thirty-third Auuivert&ty Message ;://I, I
I p.m.-Communion and Sunday: Somlh OewlstMi The afternoon was filled with ,'The following' committee "sang along" with the Sugar Hogan, Johnie Griffin, Bobby of the founder: Mr. Walter ti ,
10:00t.m. Rev. Herb Hlgdon Pastor gospel singing The Rinsed tit- chairmen were announced foe land Singers. Uriah Tanner :.
Worship Service. -Sunday School: Eugene Dupree B. Ross, was reid to the members. h 11{!
eada7: 11:00 a.m.- ornln, Warlhlp.IU: a.m.-8unday School ten of Pahokee, and the Calvary -' the new chapter year: Cochairmen After a short Intermission the Earl Wilkei. Olive M. Spears, ;
) pm-Blbld! Study: 11:00 Lm.-a 1dren'. Church. 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service. Baptist trio the Hlgdon of social committee, Singers dressed in panama hats James T. !User, A. O. Ward Also present were Mrs. Vera, ,
7:30 p.m.-Evangelistic Service .7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training family: and the whole congref. Mrs. R. N. Adams< and Mrs. and scarves and sang nice arrangements Juanita TommJe Donna Gale Mills, sponsor; Mrs. Joe Sexton .
JjEDOVAH'S WTTNESf Wednesday: Union. Uon. J Woody Camithers. ways and of "The Banana Klaer, O. A. Jones, Harry Willis Mrs. A. W. Lawrence: and Mrs. r' j
i Ball-UT W. a Paso 7:45: p.m.-Christ's Ambassadors. 8.00: p.m.Worship Service. means, Mrs. Margaret Bart; Boat Song" and "Michael Row Linda Faye Oarrta JamesE. George Jepson '
"Tuesday service. Mrs. Ken Walker; pub The Boat" Knott. .
R. Osborn : Pecan pie and Iced tea was I 1.0
10107 Watchtower Study, Thursday: : 8.00; p.m.-Brotherhood. Rev. Wright speaksto licity. Mrs; Bob McColley: ; remembrance The Sugarland Singers Bar Patients remaining-Tom Oscar served by the hostess following .f. ,
5pm.joday. 7:30 p.m.-Prayer and Bible Wednesday: Mrs E.. E. Edwards bershop Quartet (Composed of Wllklson James Hugglns the Installation and meeting
Bible Study 1:00:: p.m. Study. 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer. PresbyteriansRev. ; historian, Mrs. Frank hn I
Gentry; parliamentarian, Mrs.J. '. .
r Ministry School TSO Friday: Thursday: I I
4:00 8.00: p.m.-Cboir Practice. J. W. Wright, of Moore E. Spooner. Jr., telephone,
p.m.-Royil Rangers for
alai Meeting 1:30: pjn. Boyg. Haven at,the was" Community a substitute preacher Church Mrai Mrs.Frank Wm. Mottley.A. Baker and Mrs. ITS TRADE 'N' TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SSport (" I

Sunday mornln,. The minister Richard Baker will be delegatesto .
Rev. Henry HorreU Ford suf. the state convention in Clew- '

fered an unexpected midden reaction baton during May.CHnner ,,;.
to a tetanus injection: and j
was too ill to appear Sunday honors

(us' Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: morning. jI
Rev. Wright was contacted at Phillip Thielens I

[ Hendry County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's Inc his horn in! Moor Haven as ..--.;-*- ---
the hour for .
the service approached Mr and Mrs Phillip ThIelen
Motors STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department Store and arrived in> time of Pahokee, former Clewiston btl l
Phone J.l501 to preach the morning sermon. residents, were honored with a
Clewiston Federal surprise birthday dinner at the
ely Tractor Co. Giddens Furniture Glades dub on April list in
Phone M30I SAVINGS LOAN ASS'lf Catholic Picnicat honor of their 25th wedding an nles' .
.ete
Store
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niversary.HqHtl '
Pridgen CitiesService Royal's Inc. Hine ResidenceSt. were Mr; and Mrs. M. IXed. .
"'If, Easy to Pay
.' Mrs Henry Epstein and
Margaret Altar
The Giddens Way" Society Mrs!Sera Smith.> ,
held a covered dish picnic Sun
A'silver'! butter dish and apairof
day on the lawn at the C. D.
Hiss bores in Sugarland Park. silver candlesticks: were
presented ,to Mr. and Mrs.
Attendance was good and I
|WILSON'S everyone enjoyed the delicious Thlelen.: Jf3womah'",
dishes prepared by the parish 1 L "

3 Lb. Can 59t toner : Calcutta /7/7ft ("

JKERITE slated for Sunday exa '

New health group : !
Plans are underway for a I II
MX MONTE DEL MONTE, Golden Cream Style will organize three-woman Calcutta: tourneyto
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(Catsup n. __ 2 f for 350 Corn .nu" 2 for 290 A Clewiston unit of the new Clewlston to held Country this Sunday Cub, according at the- I I

Tuberculosis and Respiratory to Earl Morrleon. Qubpresident
CORAL Disease Association of Brow- \ w
D DDt04cj Rice ard Hendry and Glades counties ParttclpanU must register
Detergent. .. Qts. 390 ____ __ 3-lb.pkg.490 will be tanned: at a meeting with! dub Manager BUI Baker
at the Clewiston Ina at 7:30 prior to drawing time on Thursday 1ILJT/ / i1w1 ;
Monday evening.A afternoon (today). Entry 7 0' !' I Iy
[ HIKES, Lemon Supreme 19o& Pkg. Yellow, WhIte Devils Food group of citizens interested fee Is ".00. a

in public health and welfare A buffet dinner is planned for
have been invited by Charles Sunday afternoon 6.30: which
lake Mix 3 for loo W. Lots president, of the association will be catered by the Glades
to be present to assist.. Restaurant. Dinners will be 12

in forming the new unit per person. :

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Page Six THE CLEWlsrON NEWS CJtwiston, Fla. Chamber is profs: The tr. : .. Harlem
Thursday. April 3f, 1964_Section One__ lar was dull aut ,. NewsNews '
the transfer bI
now incorporatedThe other legal proe "Can We

Clewliton Chamber oi tIN nit of Our Colored
"' ;f.Q\ Commerce completed the process I'y successive This MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Community
of becoming a corporation motwna duly Settle Phone TU 2.76UCJlored e..l.diIi,
at a special meeting Tuesday the Chamfer >
morning, called for the physical assets Notes From Florida State Mr. Elberth I
!DrilY Blat ..__
( express purpose of transferringthe and its one Out OfCourt Teacher AssociationThe clal secretary, 1oh-;, 8aa
1lli assets from the old to the (Mrs Stella 1964 Convention was held Bobo recordlag 7pbW.
",iaa'afiy AWAY new Chamber. to the new at Bayfront Auditorium April FannIe Davis, ,2e

President President 23-23 and will Co down In history Mrs. Annie Jones. :: W
Moy Bishop presided .
to read
Dickey
of the
: as one greatest
as the members met chamber firstas incorporation, Among the convention speakers P. T. A. No-;;:
an unincorporated Chamber voted to Officer? Mr. John H. Marvin, The relUlar
.. and voted by resolution to transfer were consultant meeljq
the present )))'- to National Commissionon P. T. A. wa Self a 1
:! AT : all assets to the OewUton portion which Rights and Responsibilities In the acbool II
Ilbrauy,
of Commerce, Inc, a with the charter,
Chamber
for Professional Ethics Washington was conducted: by Ila
AI Fuller's' Florida corporation, not for mlttee could] > > settle it in court. Remember, your D. C.. Dr. Samuel Shep- Rev. 1.. Holmes The

z and recommend. with the Boardsley-Nash Insurance and, Jr., Assistant Superintend session was brief 1.1I4
change Wm. T 111I. The --
ent of Elementary Education: report of
man H. T. moans( you will be represented and pro- Kansas Missouri Mrs. status was read the tusk
City
; Glades Roofing Co. Kelly and Abner and the companies' facilities. &ireI'. by -2-y "bas-
by our Marlon Wood, Educational Con-
tarter Paint Store AO Types ef Reel and named to this .
|Mary | sultans for International Bus[ Special music
was
Sheet Metal Work tee.The Chamber Insurance Agency ness Machines and teacher of by the No. 2 Choir of noday,'
New Construction or -
inservlce courses in Industryand A. 11. Eo and the
witnessed the Church
Repair Jobs of .
Test Consultant National in ChrIst. Guest
Complete Line of Paint and Supplies Phone 2.7111 E.the Beardsley Industrialist, Highway Clewiston Association of Educational Secretaries Mr. Carl Eo Hornsby.Puke a

Phone YU 2-3281 Diy er Eentan rectors for the Dr. Laura Jordan,, aslatant for the office of Supe
1444 E. Sugarland IIwy. Clewiston, Fla. I P. O. Dos 1243CLEWISTON. .! Professor Department: of Publ1e InstrucUoa, gp
FLA. of Education at the Universityof County

Ivt, 6A "" doesn't cost. it PAYS! Illinois, Dr. Lawrence Blotkins Mrs. M. I. Black
Advertisement Chairman of Committee home room mothers' sidle,
n
on Integration of the New York sensed flowers *
for
What isOperation Society for Ethical Culture and wonderful : their as
cooperatioo
ti .
consultant for the New York:
interest ia Ilendry county membership drive at the bsp
I personal State Commission on Human fling of the 'term
For a full time county commissioner Rights and the New York City Gajadha made the pros 1.In. I..t
ELECT Board of Education, and Dr.Qs.car On May 12. the P.1.
There has been L d!
Handlln. graduate of Harvard present Mme Edna
CaIJma
Vote For of organized here! -the> SMILEY JR. University and now a Win- Cooke of Washington, D t.
table abolishing Yean (Mickey) throp Professor of lI1stor)'. :Mrs. with Samuel SieveD aid le
ago A. A. Thomas Daniel's Ele Gospel Organ Daytoq, fc
necessary, but State Attorney mentary. LaBelle and :Mr. H. end the originalSirugagyws
and sheriffs
police 29322'i" L. McKire Harlem Academywere Faith. :Mobile, Ala, plus Ibm

.'. be it is used no only longer for 12th Judicial Circuit official motored delegates.to Mr.Miami A. Kent Wllllanu, W M. T L:
A. Thomas Radio Disc Jockey and tot It
sonal gains end if
Friday evening and accompanied Star Master Singers IFIorii.
Into might the turn wrong into a of the eight counties in the twelfth Judi- l Us wife borne. Sensational Gospel Sam

bill, lnbMany are equally deserving of the person- The scene for this osjxl kg

LI counties la of the state attorney without placing Tooth Week at Friendship Time will be 8 the Recreation Call
pm Popular price k
abolished this Job ) Church
still of the responsibility upon grand juries Baptist adults ,and children. 'Bade!
., Hendry county Sponsored by the Junior :Mir
may be obtained from muse
a very wimple lion, Miss Shirley Blackmon,
of the P. T A, and Elite G2-
But we tare to president and :Mrs Vera Whitfield -
.cent of the a necessity that the state attorney be director. For information cal Ills:

before the in each county at least once each week. The youth were In charge of a 2-7651.
on the ballot 'Nf d1 scheduled for
full
who has had of experience program Personal Mention
have done two many years each night of the week begin
But In the of- Church members and (not
work with the state attorney uing with an interesting program
running Chuck of :Mrs. Emma XeUej an wj
Sunday morning :Mrs.
I our Operation A. sorry to hear that abs etinues .
for this Job. To ( paid by Wm. Smiley, Jr.) Lottie Williams Sunday morning wee guest She. ( ill and confined! to B4
speaker
con be voted out, spoke from the subject "The Glade Hospital.We .
b t kt
on a Do-nothing are very sorry
Youth of An Times. :Monday
voting for Chuck that Mrs. Maggie Fambra*
night, Mrs D. B. Hill( end her
know U the is ill and confined to lilt to

..r.. Wilson office abolished. ,The demand for fat the second program.grade were Tuesday In charge night of, pital in Sebrlng extended. ,Get far W>
wishes: are
Hough A for
Eugene vote Willie J. Scott and the fourth .
let u* know ;you and stacker early recovery.Mr.
grade presented a program. and Mrs Wills !Dab
of date office
night, :Mrs M. I.
Wednesday and :Mrs. John L. Clark IB
,' r I for county commissioner district 1 (Paid political cattle is heavy Black and the Tenth grade were guests in Tampa,Sunday ate
paid by Chuck ) present and made their contra they attended the Grand V
Buy only the bution.! Thursday night :Mrs. sembly for the Lily Wita.
Your vote and support will be appreciated Davis and Miss V. Randolphwere Rev. L. Holmes ml oV|
cattle want in charge of the program will leave t tin *'
(Pol, adv paid by Eugene Hough) you Friday nIn, the junior and delegates Monday for Cincinnati, (Ob

Did You senior classes under the direction where they will attend to 1

of Sylvester Humphry pre M. E. General Conference I
You can sented a very fine program. companylng: him are lln.Gwj
Their theme was "The Church Collins. Mrs Lucille Wilson u:
Every Monday at 1:00: P.M. and Today's; Students. Elizabeth Mrs L. Tobias. Moore Bays
Bar-B-Q Bobo presided This program
climaxed the week of full

Join The Winner There activities was for a the large young audience people. Julia's Nook

present each night Beauty
For That New look

LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. Special. Notice Tinting. Styling Fridar CutHmAppointments sal
The citizens of Harlem are Invited
to attend and participatein SaturdayFor tOtin. J.fGI
: 6-3MS Belle Glade Fla. an Art Workshop. Classes Informatics Fr.nks'Harlem
Robert Lois Phone YU Julia Bihs.
; will be held in the Harlem Academy
,, High School Library. May'
-
: 13. 14 and 15 at 3 pm The
r r.- I
workshop is free for membersof OubJ

't" .. ,. -i YEOMANSJr. the community. Each session Favorite Mixed \ d I
will be taught by'a professional Chicken. Fish *"**
ELECTD I/ trained person in Arts andCraft and other Sand1ridlllRecordedMUIIc
This class can only ao:
comodate 43 persons. If you Popular BandiMr. \ *'*.*
j : Jr. plan to attend, please contact and Proprietors Mn. Will |
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the principal's office before I

D M r E May U. -

4 E X Club. Notice Hilton's GroceR

For P The Friendly Christmas Saving Groceries, T r e i I
r P dub will meet at the homeof Vegetables. Cold IrlDkI.) *I Iientlai
4 E E Deacon and Mrs. Caleb 11e nJ,
R Davis, Saturday night. May 2. We appreciate your J pa !t l

TAX COLLECTOR D N + a I are Friends invited of to this meet friendly with them group aDd Mn.Proprietors age.Mr. Tbordaa. *M'

E Mrs Susie Beckton, president _

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B .

L C There will be FREE Coffee

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't t Friends and Citizens of Hendry County: D ELITE CAFEAll

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1 1 < I would like to take this opportunity to say "Thankyou" Day

I \ *! for the friendly have received me in Monday, May 4, 1964
.. way you your

l a homes and business places.I Hudson (Bud) GrahamTAX You Are Cordially Invited

; Courtesy of


i :...1'.' I have missed seeing some of you and for this I apolo COLLECTOR HENDRY COUNTY FRANK POLHILL


t., l s gize. It was certainly unintentional. For those of you that : QUALIFIED Candidate for representative,

I don't see by May 5th please accept this as my personal l :
Fla LegislaturePaid
|1.. 4" Hendry County resident 19 years .

'!: G plea for your consideration on behalf'of mY",candidacy. Accountant 18 years ((17 years for School Board) ... _( t l. adv. by rr.ntTPo1hl1n) "
[ ft ''s Finance Officer for
> Hendry County School -
...: for tax collector .. :Nil Closely associated with Tax Collectors Board 13 years ,
I :< : Jr' I Office for 13 years
F"r I PLEDGE: Elite Cafe and Grocery

: N Thank you very much, +' An efficient tax collection service Corner Tennessee NEW LOCATION and Third StreetSOpen
'
( e' :Maintain Clewiston. Sub-Office and increase its operation House
,
at
' r' Robert I.; Yeomans Jr. quired re-.
i 19
'i + Public Notices and reminders Sunday, April 1961"A d
on fax deadlines Home
,
1Nt1. ''I"r.. .. Cooked Food Sandwiches Cold
:. i" "Jt.I"' 9* .. .attt ." Continued personal service Cookie
\ ''r. :
No outside Exclusive
Interest will devote full time to the Atmosphere
job
'' t '., .;r I .Service with a smile

(I'o11t1ca1"dwrtlalDl paid )by R. I. Yeomsns, Jr. campaign! treasurer) Political( Adv paid for by Hudson Graham) Don't forget to purchase a Clerruton Nett*

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TIIE b FLORIDA FAMILY DICKINSON Dli rnture

tills 1 'IFIED J 'a e,ogre T FACT IS, DWIfiHT WE AREA? WHEN VCHJR CLAD IS
1 ADS 7/DNT/ KNOW rLL1Rl LEADIN3 FARM ST++7E. OUFi GOV8 NO&. t
OKAY COWBOS! MANY F'ARMR5 AND ; j ROUnp eM UN7 HACATD 'r4E/ OF WO BRING ACRES/MILLIONS AND NEW' PRODUCT MARKETS IN U SAOUALITIES l a

AND
J
t .,: AHULIONSOf A UNITED
DIED RATES: Four FOR Ra.V Pr r u.'e shady Trailer DOll.<,ftS SUNSHIN6Clewlston. "
word per insertion. 70 540 Acres spaces Moore Haven Trailer SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom 1Q F44rtIQ41av STATE ,
nil Qtl charge; four toUMI Park. Call WH made. Complete line of
nil minImum ,Adjacent to dewliton. 63191.May14p
the price of three. drapery and slip cover fabrics.
W Cleared. Suitable* for
YUkon S-1201 Free estimates. Call YU 2-5831.
PHONE subdividing FOR ,.
RENT O bedroom ef.flclency
whose names apL,7l Fronting U.S. 27 Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand
the el...in* ads Frank Denmead Realtor : apartment. utilities Upholstery tic
III
furnished.
to YU 2-3421 Couple only Phone
may pick UP two passes YU M881. U8 BARBERING
CryiUl Theatre, p +4iI 4ef,0.AWet
the pixie offers high income, lifetime 1
01 the New. FOR SALE OR RENT-New du.\ FOR RENT-one bedroom furnished
,
eompUmen&a from
eecurltr. Registrar
and Theraged tre.rs..es m -tbe plex, three bedroom. Car Apartment, ITS,00 per Miami-Tampa; Barber Colleges i
M Wore WtdD- port Location: : Obispo St. between month. One to two persons only. will Interview Interested pupil P4PNAdw
Corona and Pacific Sts. YU 2342E ua
applicants during the next
Mar. Call, Lake collect Park Lee, Fla.Wilson, S446351. tic- FOR RENT-2!: and ] room furnished week. Address reply to Barber, FOR SALE-PayroD envelopes, WAITRESS WANTED at Old Fla. TILE CLEWISTON NEWS Pair, Seven )i
apartment Phone 2- Box 1236, Clewlston, Fla. Ito printed with form for social: Thursday, April 30, 1964 Section One
South Ranch. Must
DEMAND GREATER THAN 1271. security, withholding and other Bar-B-Q .
Ue PETE'S Cabinet Custom be between 21 and 45 of
Shop. deductions: Box years
EVER for houses, acreage, of 500. dewlstoa
ROOMS FOR RENT made cabinets. Formica: specialist News office tf age. Contact Carroll Benson tIc
businesses. We have customers Call YU :
844-1333
Off.
: kitchens
Remodeling
waiting. List your property with 14881. tin 3, D. Belcher
No job too big or too small Free Frank TlUmanTRTArTRESS '
is. J. E. Beardsley Ph. YU FOR RENT Ii It... VI 8-2682 ,1
Quiet aJreondJ.tIoned estimates. 118 Central Ave. YU "
27501.
tfc
and heated sleeping 2-4421. May210Pliscellanfous
room with kitchen privileges it m sc naneou l1anted!

215 Acres Cleared desired. YU 23421. tfc
Thurmond W. Knight
lEJJtESTATtrOISILE Adjoining City John Swindle Jr. anti & WANTED-On* half ton pick up I 4

REAL ESTATE'ORTHSIDE For sub-dividing. FOR RENT-Sman house. Fur. make.truck Take'60 'la up 64 payments model, Call any: "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"Thurmond .1

or InvestVment Frank Denmead Realtor nlshed or unfurnished. $35 + YU 2-1236. May 14c orriCBi
home
YU 2-3421 per month. See Mrs. Sloan, 433 Knight Realty Inc::. I
'
priced eonsldIrably 2010 Arena E ,
I
property E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson a aa.a nag till"" Rlvtor nmrhWM
under marketIORTHSPE3 tic | P.... Bnek. H.rlJ. Riviera Beach '1 1a
bedroom frame. ( : I
(1ft1t'WJNti
iWOMEtt "
Immaculate.:
I furnished. EDWARDS
IORTHSIDE-2 bedroom frame, fgrSalc I IFOR
f WANTED-G5sdc Plumbing: Repair 1
$9.000. '"
available. Sastawant See Tony TwiliB./ ATTENTION !
CREAGE is rA SALE Packard sedan, R'p1ae'luents.Installations'!! ,
tic
V ACRES NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 Ill! '" beautiful condition! new bI.-

f bath frame home. Hardwood m 1 tory, new generator Ready to WAITRESS W A" TED-'p l'? to Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers
: drive. Immaculate Interior. Gary Scott, Thrifty Prill. tic Tremble Shooting '
IIOU.mA HOMES In Broward &t\ LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
\ Priced to selL See at "Chuck- "Stpiie! Tank .A "
WANTED
[ palm Beach and Dade coiini. Wells Motor Co. tf -Energetic, rcapcttflMe "
various sizes and prices.Email : : JStAn. tOR RENt > adults to Introduce to housewife Specialtf WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
cash payment FiIffFOR, 1 I[ FOR SALE-One 14 ft. Thompson the product) she needs. Full C&U Tff 2-6711 .
awl boat and trailer. 1963 or part-time 'work. Apply to "
VOR RENT Efficiencies: : : FOR HINT-Furnlshed cabins Al Low Cost Farm Mortiar.*-
325! E. VentnraTHE
18 hp Johnson motor. bonus ABC, Box 1236, Clewlston. Fla.Apr30p.
[ houses as available. and tilers. Johnson Fishing an Interested and active: FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
vacant tots to'*iVLm <$ School Board Member VOTE Ford. tie
Over 1,000 Camp. YU 21181. Ue Will Furnish Cash ToRefinance "::1\1\
for all purposes. Var'//u for June WhIte (Paid Political FOR SALE-Uied House Trailer. debts. "'.
(trim Terms.NVESTMENT. FOR RENT-Trailers and Trail FOR RENT-One bedroom rUll, 1963, Win1. $500) cub and e Finance farm Improvements, new bnlldlan, par" ,r I;l
AND INCOME or spaces Royal Palm Trailer GLADES take up payments. YU 2-3421. bnlutp chase wind machines and Install Irrigation. ..I,
f PROPERTY.. Park. Phone YU 2-2603. ticFOR' MERCANTILE COM tie e Assist la purchase ef a farm, grave er ranch ,
PANY authorized Singer Sewing wreathed In hafo of
bo MONTHLY RENTAL. Re- e. a happlntu brings Purchase: more land. '
Jwnt CBS construction $25,000. RENT with-New 10'x48'bedroomsand house Machine dealer's agent will 1961 4-door hardtop Chevy Impala lean of toy to everyone. What floppier Provide capital funds for the farm enterprise. '
trailer two service sewing machines In
LONG TERM low interest 28,000 actual miles. Extra day could there be? One day Chrlil will ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN '
sirconditlon.: By week or Clewlston area every Saturday. !
and ranch clean. For sale by owner. m THESE ADVANTAGES ;
HAS ALL
cane grove
| farm month. YU 23421. tfc3Bedroom Phone WY 6-5639 Belle Glade YU 2-5643. Apr' SOp come for hit bride Will he find you
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r jafes, minimum $50,000. 1. Lower payments.
d
tic waiting? Or will you\ mill the promise ofel.rnal.lf. U SO ). '
LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. Frame House. FOR SALE 195S Chrysler' Deluxe t e 1. Longer terms (op years *r
remodeled.Has .? 2. service (serving agriculture exclusively .}I
M. IANKFOBD Has just been BLUM Ie SONS PLASTERING. Sedan. Clean, all-power, Dependable
Ie,. Real Estate Broker plenty of shade In yard. Very Best Work- radio, heater air conditioned.A "In farhcr'i house since 1917)), '0 f ,
Already financed. Move In my ore many mansions 4. Foil prepayment privileges without penalty
Sugarland Highway t
BO East W. Save You Money
Fire, Auto and General .with Frank small Denmead down payment.Realtor Plastering, Simulated Stone YU good 2-5881 second after family 5 o'clock car,: Call In .1 f go fo prepare a place/ for lOll 5. Lean service .by local people" familiar with local ...... ,,t;

Insurance Stucco Free Estimate) evenings. tic 4 / ,Ihal.where/ I cm, ,there /* may be also( ,' culture.If ,
YU 2-3421
we can be ef service to yon please write er phone '
ewlston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 Licensed and Insured John ,4
25 Years In Business WHILE THEY LAST, pa cages 142,3 W. R. MAY, Mr or DOYLE E. ABBOTT, Asst Mgr.
'OR SALE Two bedroom FOR RENT-one bedroom trail- 3850 Lora Street of one dozen 3"x$" scratch Community Presbyterian Church i!

frame house on 50 ft tot East er. dean, quiet Phone YU Fort Myers, Fla. tic pads for only 25c.: place a 407 Royal Palm Avenue Federal Land Bank, Association 7;
d $3,500. YU 24250. lip 21236.: tie ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 scratch pad In every room of HENRY HORRELL FORD. Minister
The 11:45: AM. Bible School 6:00 P.M. Youth Fellowship
house for convenience.
the
H. T. Vaughn of Bradenton \\i '
first 11:00 A.M. Worship \
IF IT'S UNIFORMS see us Clewlston News. tf ,
425 Acres of Highly: 1mI FOR" RENT OR SALE-2 bedroom Nurses. Beauticians, Waitress, "A Crown or A Cross" PHONEs 743-2051 BRADENTON, FLA. 11
I proved pasture. Over % mile FOR SALE Parakeets, $200
trailer. Sleeps 5. With Maid, Doctor's and Barbe"ljackets. ,.Il li I t
U.S. 27. Five .
fronting on Mynah birds, African lovebirds .
up
Aluminum Cabana and screen The only uniform shop
I Qewlston.
miles Frank from Dcnmead Realtor room. Price Is right Write Box for miles around LINNIE'S monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet fl
YU 2-3121 XX. dewiston News, Box 1236, UNIFORM SHOP 1635 Hendry boarding. Thompson Wild c. S .
Animal Farm Phone YUkon 2-:
tic Fort Janltfc
Clewlston. Street Myers.



I Business Directory NICKELS-BUYING J. B. Stanford COINS 1238.M.REGISTERED FOR Tomllnson SALE Ready Ona CITRUS, Fla.to TREES go.Phone tin J. sales have /: ..


198-D:! ___-_...:._. .50 RE S-2786. tfo Comet F I

1/38.S!/ .,?? .,.. ,. ,,,,.,?,. 1.00
1939-D ___ 2.50 ALL MAKES 21" USED TV

Tour rhllce DealerICARITHERS GOULD BROS. 1939-5 ..._._.... .50 SETS. Guaranteed.' S1995
1943D.! ...... .- .15 down. 14.04 per month. LAKE
APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151 tic
PAINTS VERNISH 19465 .l0194SS
-- .10 SALE 139900 NEW
FOR -
RADIO and TV PAINTING 1949,4.----- ,101956P WALNUT SPINET PIANO, 88

... ._. .131956D WITH
ULES1T SERVICE ---'- NOTE. COMPLETE
FREE ESTIMATES -- 10.00 BENCH. HEATER. 10 YEAR than doubled
{VickeO BIdg 108 Bond St. 1951.4 ..231956P FACTORY WARRANTY AND more

Phone YU 2-6441 llll',Phone E. Sucsrisnd YU Mill Hwy. 1955-P .10.25 LEGGETMONES EASY TERMS PH.MUSIC 99M086 CO.,,

DIMES- 325 W. AVE. A, BELLE GLADE, .

WALDRON'SMEATS SEE US FOBBOTTLED 1942-3.-...-..---- -" ..201955P FLA App

GAS __ -- .50.20 FOR SALE-Kltchea: drop leaf ,1

AND GROCERIES AppliancesSalesService 19559.---1952Dw .25 table, utility table. Bunting

Open 7 a.m, to 1 p.m. hALVE3946D : metal gilder Phone YU J-2011. '

4 J to8 pm. 1943-P ...,.... .10 May 14o ; I
--- ..801949P J
Six Days a Week POWER GASCORPORATION .80 ; up

'USED EVERY TUESDAY) 1942-D-- .eo i l3lo

Far Your Spur of Moment 1949-5 1953-P -..-. .-- 1.001955P .80 i ab
Picnics: CALL COLLECT :. 1.75
[row Met East of dewtrtoo South Bay s- WY M321BENDRT Indian Cents--_tOO.15 A up :

Bare Beach Large Cents 00.50 & up

COUNTY Two Cents 00,50 4 up .
Attention Cattlemen 'Title &' Abstract Co. $5 Gold -.----- 1fl. "P .:'1 .(

Title AbstractTitle' tamraaMP $10 Gold...--.-- 1500 up
Jw b the time U ceoselldato bU Btenegrspber |20 Gold ...__. ?..-... 30.00 up HELP WANTED I ,'MEN "

taro! fcbts l lean, kw with Interest a lour rate tern. Bridge e6ill ran DopBestlng AT*. Will pay fl-00 postage or on more.) shipment Write : : / !

will LaBeUe, Fla. P. O. Dos (41ORsngs totaling coins. MAN WANTED to manage and in !
concerning other type just a
5-In' operate retail Watkins Route year
Federal Land Bank Prices are for very good coins.coins. In this area. (Would consider 1'
:Better price: sbetter
lady 40 to 60 years old). Earnings :
codas r
mutilated
See II' 1M.. EVINRUDESales No scratched: : or of 125.00 per week from ,

W..MAY wanted. Ship to the very beginning. For personal
JOE ANDERSON Interview In your' home write 'j-nrs! F:.J

lea ttaradntee BdmiHATHCOCKSS' and ServiceNew I1D3 Bon Air Drive Mr. McGarity: : P. O. Box 627, ,,, ,',, ,
11edda' Orlando, 32808. Fla. Florida 32698. Apr 30e If:.. ,; rr' f '.'.;
WilLUton.
Used ) .c.n 140 .
a4 Kay I. ,. .. tlit:( ,.
Martine Hardware 6
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'" Farto and AeeesaerlelMatta No wonder Comet sales are soaring-setting new : 1.-.e"

LFZIAVRANT*1370 S Safety EvtfP eU' REAL ESTATE ", .... records every day I This car's a winner and everybody'' I

8TATHMC*' SERVICE ...... TCkesi Mill ,b r x, loves a winner. It's the World's Durability Cham : ,.,:,,

OPEN ALL NIGHT sjpeela! Valise It pion .. winner of the Pure Oil t ,
WALDRON
-. R. E.
"l.t2_ 5***__ FRANK DENMEADReHoc '
*"s 8 Achievement Award T.: 64's Most t ,
Honored Car for and design I '
styling 1
Williams 111 E. El P... Are.
ElectricDouble For prompt Efficient: ,. holder of a traditional record for 1 .

a"' .... Earn delivery / a-ts..... Fla. TU M421 '. high resale value bigger, bolder,' I
-.neal t trew ow not MIAMI HERALD more beautiful than any Comet before! JI}

l" dame n..... .USI Call Bobby Giddf"ft' Net 150.00 per Week. 1 Setter join the winner's circle-today!
excellent profit
-- established local buslnes with an
ru .Uti picture.Going" ',."" ,.nH_ _re. "' .

"A'Roofing' ; This business win start making you money: the) day you

Tampa.Tribune take over
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adjoining j.
an
eautartent fixtures and wpp11eI'p1

S Licensed Ft Myers aid apartment AH as.IlOO.OO with Total, two price.bedrooms. Get a "success" deal on '64's hottest car! t ,: : '


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PaIDtmc W. a CAMPBELL: : \ '
Phone YU to Deal vita t Realtor' 'i 'r i
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safe Jor teachers which has a made
stoned toelppeewtsn ):.- Bevy Ta wne. Mrs.trtica Wesley Tannerto vata cf **00 per year' and can 'trI many fIne friend5Is !
Ce.'sard. TY.Tbaddey W=oe Pssb : :D It Is
QZT AL'T'S a
TU r'lu. 14'-
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ape Summer wss Xs. I. pleU\Irt\ to ;:
each UBtB
held her
be year
April >s :rNweir.. t7as L program : :y addition j
..o.rw. GamesTtHeTeCcr
1te1D Q. Sir graduation. She is planning to yaw ..
wee railed Mt""
.ahm a Ike Aa asAnwmaa offer drecreation 1:1: El..e&. awileas DIn each mathematics after her III Clrwytw 11I4
to wIN married
va ffreS; tots It and Xs.t.J"M Tiaaer of Teida Sheri xeabf
d b5d Tagert9 graduation from CBegaERSwnoR "11I4
Canty *HOri reside 1q
railroad builders attend -cpreseat Healy CJewIltoD
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4-8 EveMsXtey two 12) fin **
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for kids > at &!lie fast!! ton
try SM zra to Te Ssnoaaea. "V Pi
Saturday' sons. *
GalM iiiTsi oa ; ::
...o. s ....ae5s tab. d 2eveaotsa Pfhsr __ ftweW Taemtaaigiht sa
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tiewisf convention in masses .. ., w d.s)bWcI. 1M ScIIIIIa! Tir5D -. Jar as c--- axsow May bite lad....Tealey. wit eh lilt has made I JaDdo, three and J hour DOlt nslcle hn II a

warted mussasr I'IICIBIicDJII'IIICfta : to aeeiertnral: dStiuoB of the tob. IDeS ft 11
f5aast
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tisah tile.en tame Co 111IDtenq II
Cr. .-.s.. bout III traspartais cI C s
ern ae ....... Cher edifes, ; a few Sto thd@r.seoot Bern \ Last Thursday. April 23. 1961.I .... Carl and see my! ene Rat
..' vttt a gsw .< 13* ssadelr3ni stet Cat rr: watt daadeageed III,.. ad -Ir7! c-q Oaesnht.eL IIDtBD.ir passed through dewlssoa on I taD, despite. be! Clay
tatters sal ttcsr M karle. p.uhaged Mat Postal servicescut shabby
j $ IIIIIiIIogf.a my way to the F. EL A. Convention went I IItt.
received
wives teadei g. suiiJ_aiainWuaiinn ber. .< a sew SMx* bee ennwe jlp-3 2-Bxluid; Bethea. G. from s
delegate from Orlando IIDII
as a
jB>) fill tte Sa st.jM' ear: evapped fcr fartaccc+* aacrdtr svktssi of arts as t PERSq L$1$ : B. Mazzaa.; Fisher Aage. Jr. Evan High School As of group service 01 people In after !U JID'
>Ggsas: d .. lFagaad Aser... to kaacfie fatie two. fill)b5d r.ee-n. 5tidr.eI aacsttnh ft.* Start poa&ietfaoccr slightly Margaret Ban; Jaw April 24-T J. Atoms Mrs. '
x., C. C. Sash at M2waskeea see some of toy friend and ",-
lam c.rr-. UM the sa**etto ctf tfaaujie. A IUT, Seed wsl iasSxwt a ore. :lie tad of Mr and x... Jesse Pasimore. Matt, Sue family. moving back to Ctat *
&t BUST tftntecrac ea beet ear was atoTfc a daay. asc PteCee; tZulSsd: :. Btddart.It VIKams.April: On return trip found that has anyone. u nBlC!
be Tau permed<*? boa*. viaaer!i were ate:at a. effective May 4 Bat wa CBSKta a retrued s : A. Join B ekweS and 2S-Myre, MSler. Mrs.Aanae my brief my visit had given riM proacbed n* to do 10. w,yu,*::!r'
TV ikvt&rtt heed ttasr Nsnatua eaao a2 boors acazie early readxtg pr 'ran ateaeatary the to ::fcjdren: have rr&rned from aTeeb' B. NaU." B. E. Kafl.' Jr. la ante quarters to some speculation to CJew1atoo are JUSt 91111! atl
and ewicyed 6rir vet 1M range wde Lamer scaod. Mot InWeetsas ; stay in A2aay, Gsu, A. V WaJdroa. Sr. and erroneous ideas and nothing more and I hope oak,!!
to .A xriaI'. swept Twn an .lhef; lave beeenab oorreted -vo 2t-G Brown. DocgiasBarton. tries to make env '
wR sserrae d April
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Sara chascu ia &e pam ;; r.l she faaajy d Chades H..nck.el rumors. I want to dispel all conjecture ,11II'
etiee ttey had < fAd os a wet ears sad are staSoavr : : Alston. Mrs. 01 1bem.
the BbraiT and Mr. and JfcEnaie Marguerite I
.ma:. wiach wa be placed who! is on CS Ayteasporary : and rumor by pointingout
-uc amt tRen9re tI Oaertest ; ia aIotttwhuaALI.crewsare : EB wa WestberryAjcfl I point mes J
supmia t!-:' Quincy tblap
a* eSett am Cewaaom eau May 4. *
Fete;: : dsity: : assgs\ the following things.
'; brternt to ate scfir Jft- 6edEa. .g ame tnsIIDa to were -' -' -.< tiffs week by rends fcr: bars and girtawhxnfeies : 27-Joe Hilton Beodry.Xtitt dispel rumors I tosny- **,
cb 7. 9be area. n-. ton were PMimaster A. V Est Tie will iIdade ecfbas g'm ar-; ness a EBhtifsaMn and Mrs.a Thomas Henry McDoffie. I feel that Oewfcrton Is my ally Inspired.
TV7vw* ftw4riQaobt ..... hi: Jtoed to mart pt K>crtpit9B ounces: : wS mean a 2yedesstitSose.t *wBom2ac and IC.e: : F-jenoa Douglas were Ob boKaeu visJT Frank Gentry' home dace: I lived there longer Your, truly

enpert4ra fIIr.ee 0rriJ'ka' JIioIIIIIcW d tile tine far nags III ..... savioesad ports as aeeded.Mr. -. Wet Pam Beaca Fri April -Warrea' O. Morgan.Jr. than I have lived anywhereelse CARLFERRAIU.
? ci Gsasncrt: ; dt.* C wan 1M trip to the 1:. S. Sugar $ ale to osspl..t* with ad H3I rm also runner' ; a: .. Mrs. L. T. Ridgd3I. John since my chQdhood Hew ,P. fc-lakt!: Oke hob H
&. Sugar Gtryjnteu Sari' k Captaaa yari where toe jIIIIIsaII ordered by Ftatnas- Cse<< ItsOe Leagae basebal pr s7.Mr A. Tayfer.Jr..Ronnie Lee. Jersey. During the U years I IIIc 11 the best torte wor14 act
A6avas GMXZ La aama4L:3s ..... kom Doe Jta 14*. p4de4aed. ter Grated Jaka X Graaaodlt : grams atdi ftG'n.tiIa-direr. : tad Mis. Dare Svckmaa April Z -L. T. RidgdiE Mrs. coached and taught at dewixtcnRgh I wd also come act b H
AC.. b Cmusra were weekend gaots of Mr. School:: I believe I have -cr.
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hied tD pesde was Woody Camehers. Lassa.
3Can H to: ware: K2.1 mSBon. of F. W. DeLoder Mrs. Otto I
efface &t fM arr.evt aid 21st as> sad delves 191 u4 down the ) J. Boner B&ie superfaoKO- sad Mrs T. E. Weathers In. J A. Daacaa.
sass (* red ears. espetijlrfcr .(tie tfce cskk- of x3c liacr: BaTe at the Weathers'3Ci .
tracks
cameras "'lie postmaster sad his faSL cat tartnactton. w: April JO-1'L Fay A1re"l.! 1L.
floe rind. ex iuera la for et. sad dsttoS. ai eSrtod. have Ilea workiac a the prob- imiuit at the sner&ag a& ce on Fort Myers Btaca.Eecreadan Davis. Gene 7.'Ssoe.

Qtd sat &ArrCapt n- tic The iwpcr patio c"R' OwtfKstlsn : lea. fcr: several' week to detersacue .. stated that__-W attempt artrrttei of the See the folhmng Mobile Homes on display! at faCitBwisfon
weeks ad iaduded a day ol goificg
213 taapedtd sad Pw'crar..s -' add provide' an AtitinstaT qu/ifi/ :
was trsasfomed watt : where B* eaU -
to sty banes drIgid a cold rathxwl oUbtt *Uckt&t be made wS the least tacoavecatM person fgr: three weeks,of S* and entertainment at Le-
wetisea takil ones members arranged toopirle >* to the au2at sear program k> assist H3L _. nt picture d each car. nee* vdk raJmod. tracts.traaas ber of patroa They have Summer school chases'wg 'a S. C F'r111u reused
lie! esQaten M* O* pt >X>- : svikke stations lid pUaoed the sbSowinc service taught! as needed Elks said, x frt.xn. week's stay la Hawthorne (Continued from Page 1)
grabs as flMsr shades ta bu2d- any coarse flat there was n with her moo and lamiy -
gw bad ftp*** *bk! the road dwipl" Mr. San aakt.
beg fhrir rules ova lid coca exUxt represented L Pared Post DeSverie: Oa fnFflt member *ii nJfar. Mr, and Mrs. Scott Fry and Ia addtUOB to her academic
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The ACL cart were a lied a* actual rairoad Vedae Say the pact office w3srt : JIalaa classes are ff, baby. achievements, (fa* has been actor
again>s* sled ffwcred hopper ODe rxtuht was c( tile SouSS Atirrr pertain to buaieeu Tentative dates for the sonKMT Mr, and Mrs. Malcolm W. SB school activities. She TRAILER SALES
des gaed especia3r for are from' the Cm was a member of student council
ear
Bay Florida, station lid trua. or rts ieotal area except program Bags: have moved from their
Best U Show award went to lint sass pared, air pared cf July nets mid-Aocast.' borne in Cewistoa to Fort In her' freshman sophomore
Louts Curry of SC PMentucc pat \11III perishable packages). hers where they are residents and Junior :years. 1-lZiOV Marietta 3-bedroom $(W50J)0l10'x5 )
Club hears about wen be deUvered auwal of Rnrerview Restoriua. 1303 She a member of the
with a brass Patch East Coast Putrf post was
diesel engine that puEed: a cute oa the two sal miles Tigers play Caloosa Vista/ Road. National Beta Club during her 4,4JOJM;;
train in the eastern division of and oa the Star teal to Big Mrs. Marie Goodwin: accompanied eqi; Don. Junior and senior l-WiGO" Marietta Commander DeLuxe 5. %00110x43"
game projects 1:. 8. Sugar Corporation fields. Cypress second by her sister. Mrs. Ma ,..n. She 1* president of the Marlette House"
Another winner was Richard Z. Window Service There group B. Steobuu cf Tamps spent senior class. "Holiday 3,47iOO
Tb. Hendr/ County VUfc' ant tdmoreattz, of Lakeland who* wiD be ao change' to window three weeks visiting! to Savannah She is active Future Homemakers 2-bedroom -
Game Association reviewed the service oa Hondav Taesdajs.Wedneiday game today Aogosta. LouirviQe. Caz- America and
These : of was selected
entrr was a can car. l-KTiSS Marietta 3-bedroom. 1H baths 5,15000)
Thursdays Fridays and She
bunt regulations for sat eat'no entries were accurate to the *. ton McRae. Georgia. u the Betty Crocker
which haw recently bees lightest: detail, with working but oa Saturday there The CBS 'Xlgrn wfH playthdr returned home Saturday.The Homemaker of the Year for Demonstrator, IffxSff, 2-bedroom.
adopted bj the But Cam Sod partf, wheels axles, springs win be several chances. There second group tournanwotbasrtiaa Rev and Mrs. Clark H. Cewiston Jr.ch School front kitchen 3,695001Cranbrook10x50
Fresh Water Fish Commission wen be ao money' order Issued, Lame today ia p,.. Dormaa.. Mist G R. Berner
brakes. etc.. and earl reproseated Daring her Junior ind senior
at a supper meeting Tued>7.C from 30. hours of work ao postal savings bounces hokee against the Pabofce Blue: and Mrs. Warren' Howell attended years' Phyllis played on the 2-bedroom, fr. kit 3.950.00lCranbrook.10'x55' )
M. boa rent paid or Devfls their C-2 the Vac Annual Conveatioa :
Wlnenfeld preside. transacted no following upset -
up to hundreds of boors of Powderpuff football team and
mail foe members were pleased work. claims or trust fund, bandied victory ever the Florida Air of the Diocese of &JUtJa 4,575.00)
the senior basketball team
that many of their rtcommeodations During Saturday afternoon and oo postal meters met Academy last Thursday ia Met Florida and the 41st Annual oa 3-bedroom Bonk Beds
for the sector-faculty game.
u discuss at area the ladies who accompanied 'There' wfl be one coasolidat bourne. "\ meeting of the Episcopal Fellow students have voted 1-Esgnire,11x55", 2-bedroom Itf bath 4.S5000
meetings throughout the state "The boys played their but Cburchworoen of South Floridaat
their husbands to the convention ed window open ba Saturday > Payola the girl bloat Likely
bad been Incorporated la the were guests d Mr. and from 115: ..m. to UU: p.m. to game of the season** Conch Daytona Beach on April a to Succeed. Low Down Payment Bank Bate Financing
new rerulatkios Chief of these Ernie Hill said In describing through 23rd.The Rt Rev. Reginald -
Mrs C J. Cooterman at Everglades MIl COir. tamp, accept par- Phyllis is enrolled at Florida
vat that the early dare season Tropical Gardens. Mr. eel post for mailing tat general tile impressive, extra inning Heber Gooden. Episcopal State University where she plans U.S. 27 East re 2.2661
be discontinued! and that bunt Conterman conducted their tour delivery and for any other victory la Melbourne. :i iLsjkxury Bishop of Panama to enter in the fan. She has
tot ant remain open in the area personal and the visitors were service except that excluded The key blow of tile game was was the official guest of the been awarded a general scholar.
after general bunting la the very appreciative of this .hospitality. above. Tb two rural carriers a bas loaded triple la the Diocesan Convention
state. ended.. Mrs. C M. PlrkI. Mr. win not accept application for ninth Inning by Al Morrell. who Mrs J. S. Bradbury of Kansas
Mr. Wtesenfcld also reported and Mrs. W. H. Lanler! and money orders oa Saturdays' but hit safely four for five. JUt City M I% arrived Sunday ,
to the member that trapping ul win render all other service Martha also had a good day for a visit with her son and
quail la the rough area of Allen The postmaster emphaiized at the plate. with two for lour. daughter-la-law, Mr and Mrs.
property .ba*begun and 100 bird that no essential major service Ronnie Olden pitched the entire Keith King who met her at the
have been related la the Hen- Lions install are affected under the orders. game for the Tigers and slkxr- Miami airport
dry County Hunt area la this There will be no change la ed only tour hits. Father Clark Dorman was If you knew..really knew.
preset. The Association also borne delivery or pedal dells If the Tigers' defeat Pahoke called to Dallas Texas, Sundayby ..
bat begun feeding turkey lathe officers tonightThe ery, for example, Regular business this afternoon they will play the death! of his father Rob.
honors ert H. Dorman 63, who all the benefits of this
area to Increase the game matt deliveries will continue : Jupiter on Saturday for passed
available for coming _101I.I. dewlstoa Dons dub win a* usuaL Letter and other to represent this group In the away unexpectedly] while on a i
Plan: are brine mad to plant Instan officer at a Ladies Night first class man win be State District tournament business trip ia Louisiana The
vane dov feed on nearby dinner at the Pit Room of the bandied], with the same priority CVvhiM AB E H funeral services were held In beverage, you'd never go a
fields also Mid Mr WkteefebL Glade Restaurant tonight at as ever M Mazzina. 2b _4 2 2 Dallas Tuesday afternoon
Crattoo George, who has 730; Postmaster Siam give a pleasant M. Morrell. If 31-1 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lucas had day without it. Ask for it
beta voted I into honorary membership Greg Easer Is the new presi aspect to the econumy cut A. Mares i. S 2 C u their guests for th* weekend,
to the Association wa dent. George Kemp. E. W when, be explained that the stepis Olden, p ....,___ J 0. 1 Mr. and Mrs Frank Johnson
a pedal guest at the barbecue Weaver and R. N. Mama are in line with President JobJI.lOlI' Tsylor, c _......__ SO. of West Palm Beach, who came by name.
meetiaf. The croup enjoyed an first, second and third vice program under which to* Tartar, rf ..._ SOl especially for the Sugarland
I eMIt meal at the Elks Lodge president, and W. A. Whaley recent federal Income: tax cut Schneider. 3b __ S 0 0 Singers Spring Festival
prior to their business meeUnIL if secretary-t' eesur r. was provided. Bible, ct -._. 3 0' 0 Capt aDd Mrs William C
;*', Fletcher, Ib .__ _. 100 Nan Jr. and children are spending It's called..mllko
.' BUIld rf ,"...-.. 211 a couple of weeks! with his
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conally DAIlY couica or sours mum n ISM ,
Nan.
..fr O. A. members at

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STEAK.a. Two of Order dewlston of the Rudy Arrow Barton members Test the best and bank the sings inRambler's

and David McCarthy attended rf '
aa area meet of all Lodge
ol Order of Arrow in Florida,
j. HUNGRY Vffle.held last weekend la Jackson-

It was a meeting of Indian WHERE THE BUYS ARE! Wmgol special a*

dancing costuming singing and ings now on hardtops convertibles,sedans,agora.?

t Chef Ernest McCray games.Costuming was won by Glenn Spring We've got a choice of 7 transmissions, 9 engine)

Wolf of Bell Glade. (V-8s and 6s,25) beautifulSpring models in alEaclj
\ AaVPa-Tah Lodge woo third .
is ready to broil for YOU place In group dancing andQuest offers famous Rambler extra-value features, like

for the Golden Arrow.! Double-Safe Brakes and Deep-Dip rustproofing
and second place in solo dancing *- i I
Airy- Selling at no extra cost. And each is all dressed up and
A Selected Grade U.S. Choice I
Top Seventeen Scout: from the ready to save you mon y. (Rambler American sav
Glade chapter of AaVPa-Tah
: Lodge attended. start with the lowest prices of any U.S.-built

I IS ; New York Cut S I !!) Come. see. come save today!

t Buffet supperat pr'eeings hatwwlwnlM1MN. -. M.tarMlOnwrMtd ntti Pl

;' McPhail home

f : SIRLOIN STEAK Members of the Sugarland .

Singer and their husband and TOTTHEBESTfiLER -

r- ; (Available from Noon for 'those who cant wait until G P.3I.) wives the enjoyed bom of a Mr.buffet and supperat Mrs GO

.1 James A. McPbaU following the
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': /,' Spring Festival presentationby V$ ORB.
Served in our dining room the group Friday evening
i9t i Attending were Dr. and Mr*.
t L. O Vaughan. Mr. and Mrs.
t': ) every day, Maurice Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs.
'p: !,;j .:. Robert Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Ketrtum. Mfr and Mrs Richard

Fhelps, Mr. and Mr*. W. A. .,, .. .
riing'u't --
{ PLAN NOW Enjoy Slewwt. Mr. and Mr*. Donald -
1: i Stile, Mr. and Mr*. Allen
,' ,\ I Daubney. Mr. and Mr*. Quincy:
ldt Westberry. Mr. and Mr*. J. A.
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I, Lucas Mr. and Mr*. Lewis
Kelly Mr. and Mr*. John


t \ THE CLEWIS$TON i INN SchleHler, Mrs. Thomas Ovens InAvn SMAr-SI Boat.with plenty of room.
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'far six 6-footers In the Rambler dassfe 770 hardtoffa
Ray's Bakery 'pHnt*/ of action with your choice of V-8 mJ 61,,


if" I Fresh Doughnuts,

',1 ; Clewiaton, Florida Telephone YU 2-3501 Cookies daily JIBEL5MBl MOTORS

722 E. Sngarland

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or Symposium in the Sciences tory procedures, audiovisualaids Physical ,.
Selene
Council LaBelle CHS representative Engineering and the Humanities and similar methods of instruction. and Astronomy
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features bar-b-q of Hendry 4-H at .
presentation which win be held at MM. director 3 si*
to attend Science Gainesville May 3 to May 5. Guy C. Omer, Jr.. professor alum. y?
Donnie Morgan, ffendry: Cbun-: sioners during the annual presentation The event was held at City served beef pork; baked beau, Univ. The participants "will be
ty; 4-H County Council president of awards at tbtCountywide Park la LaBelle and 4-H members swamp cabbage, fresh vegetables Symposium at housed at the University of.
presented sliver 4-H tie clasps) 4-H fcorbeque. Saturday from Felda Clewliton and and cupcake*, Assistant Mrs. Charles Oliphant Bill Florida where they will be given
to the Hendry County Commis afternoon. County Agent Jerry Flint presented their preferences In visiting
and Jones
LaBeue their parent and Harold
the ,following awards Lawrence) laboratories before the Symposium
guests woo attended numbered electrical project -Nancy Al- Have been accepted as repre- opens.
Ha. well over 150.Following button and Wesley Tanner tentative of Clewiston High The teachers win take partin
OewiMon
THE CLEWISTON NEWS
Page Two Florida JunoQUALIFIED
first
School at the
Thursday, April 30, 1964 Section Two the barbeque which (Wesley recently woo first prizeIn discussions of useful Interchange -, .
} this project at a districtmeet of educational methods e
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and will compete faGainesville teaching: machines, new labora-
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State 4-H contest). Sugarland Pharmacy
Dairy Charlotte Oorbitt
REELECTDorothy rl':' Donna Keene, Jane Charlton PIZZAYU
and Nancy Al rnton.
Fat Steer project-Donna 2-3311 ,&d p aaq ti,ak
Keene. rw
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Beef breeding-Steve Sexton
and Karl Willis.! I
Moore ClarkClerk Three girls, Pam and Marcia
Williamson of LaBelle and Gall
Torbet of Clewiston. made top
ward in the sewing project
which featured a scholarship to If You Want
summer camp, but with the
Circuit Court LaBelle girls to be gone on vacation -
this summer. Gail, was I
awarded the scholarship.All .
former prize winners received "He Is well qualified/ for
1. Guarantees continued accurate up to date adult gold pins leaders, and were the presented following hit many new f friends position will,wish and him his 1. Positive, professional leadership

certificates of merit: well os he rises the governmental
Records Ethel Willis, for six years of ladder"
saMoa; Jewel Charlton, Jackie 2. Careful planning and definite goals
HERALD
CITY
Taylor; Martha Taylor and Eve. PANAMA
line Tanner, all three ,
years
2. Protect tax dollar by dependable hon- June White, 2 years Felda.
your Oewtoton (leaders receiving\ 3. Quality education for all youth

est accounting. Each year $650,000 of your mon- merit WWiams.certificates four years Included: ; W.Shell J.

ey is accounted for by your clerk circuit court. each Robison LaBelle three and leaders years Harvey Included Pridgen MMMelvln ., 4. A constant appraisal and updating of curriculum

Williamson, lour yean,
Leon Rennolds, three ;years and ,
Paid poL adv. paid
3. Conscientious efficient courteous Prog- Mrs. Smiley Albrltton, twoyarn. for by Kynes camp fund,
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Bonnie Spencer. Chairman
ressive 5. Well qualified teachers with successful expe--

VOTE FOR rience

(Pol adv paid by Dorothy Moore dark)
SAMMY 6. Good salaries, high i morale, cooperative,

friendly relationships among school personnel
LANGFORDfor
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I county commissioner, district 1a I VOTE

G. H.SmaH" 40 years in Hendry county

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Veteran of 4 years U.S. Air Force Carl Hornsby

lIe has the interest of tho entire county at heart.
Constable Having lived in LaBelle 22 years and Clew-
iston 18 years he is familiar with problemsand
needs of both areas. for
I., He has experience in business. He is now manag.
: First District ing his own email cattle operation; was t
owner-manager of El Patio Motel; and witha
partner owned & operated a small pump Superintendentof
manufacturing business.lie .
Hendry County, Democrat Primary, May 5th. is earnest sincere vigorous, progressive and
well qualified to serve as your county commissioner

Capable, dependable and qualified by experience Public InstructionHe


... ; and a resident of Clewiston for 36 years. elect SAMMY

II t I: 1\ r Your vote and support will be appreciated. LANGFORD Is Approachable and Understanding

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'YOU, the taxpayers and voters, are entitled ,

to FULL-TIME service from all public officials.
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s, Native and lifetime resident of Hendry

.1:, J Please consider this on May 5th. I will, if elect- f County'A ,

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ed, devote 100% of my time to your service as k' .
Fully
{ experienced 8 as accountant
h years
Collector and will take in other ': '
Tax no '
part ::: and office manager for automobile dealer.

r : business activities. I assure t that : "' , you your ,v. .,\ : '\ ; : as public accountant

.; needs will be filled promptly, courteously, and.t, Graduate
of LaBelle High School. Night

'V.r efficiently in all parts of the county. Adequate I .:;:.tt school student in accounting at Edison


;', .i: : facilities and personnel will be maintained at I Junior College in 1962


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of model over an extra day to make. the gins, cars, and even the terrain dewliton. Fla. THE CLEWISTON!: NEWS Page "HUM
Harris tells engineers Rotary talk.Harris through which the particular Thursday. April 30. 1864 Section Two
said the first railroad railroad being created operated -- -- I
of Miami an eo- of the history of railroad models model was built in New Jersey ,
ranroed Rotary He had attended the "Rusty In 1817, just "to prove that it Carl Hornsby; presided at the
1'-- spraker .t Spike"! convention in Clewlston t would work." However, there meeting and W. C. Boaweil in-
telUn' members over the weekend and remained was no indication that making troduced the speaker. STATE SWINGING I

model railroads would become .
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--- time models were built but Larsens form : r
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Fun. For Mom Dad usually for technical: ,
It's purposesto .
demonstrate a new type or

and the WHOLE FAMILY! and assist cars.in designing new' engines cane corporationA : TO MAT HEWS.I V ,.r :1

However, with the advent c< new corporation hat been .. i
Bowling O Billards "leisure time" some people chartered by Secretary of l'
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State Tom( Adam and will, '
Miniature Golf 1932 there was great enthusiasm have headquarters in dewiiton,, );
for the in vote
new bobby. After the Papers heavy areas
dealing In growing, processing:
close of World War II there ; i
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SPECIAL Weekday Bowling was again leisure end marketing of sugar cane, ;
more time .
Rates For} Youngsterson and the model etc. The Incorporators ere Otto :
railroad build- "
Saturdays ing business boomed. Lawn, Karl E. Larsen and' ; ENDORSE MATHEWS on basis .
Eric C. Larsen. :
Harris saia the easiest way Otto Larsen is ct
manager
to get started In building! model of record and qualIfIcation
Lanes Shawnee Farms and Karl and i .
Bowling
Glades railroads is to visit a bobby Erick C. Larsen are his sons, .rb t I
shop, where comparatively Inexpensive .' ,

RECREATIONAL CENTEROpen to Introduce kits one can to .the be bought hobby. Murray Belcher ;'f The Miami Herald In Its Issue of April 15, endorsed JOHN E. MATHEWS:: .

"If you like it you can go as ,J for Governor. Among other newspaper endorsements are : !
9' A.M. Daily- deep into it as your time and injured in swim tla "
Belle Glade pocketbook will allow," he said. :
SR SO The hobbyists undertake to recreate accident SundayMurray :
certain railroads,-en- EDITORIALS of the TIMES :::
Belcher, 1 -)'ear old .,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Lu TW TAMFA IIMIS. ?.1.".*HU IT, 1M4 I:Y.'vcPC :",
Belcher, was painfully injured J. .COV..CIl..I'.w..... JtJ.
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Sunday afternoon in a swimming Mathews Best CLofor JA\inH.COllTtR,..................... ......,u."ec." : I
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accident in the rim canal c.r.jcwxsovStfifiLTT ........................Ed.iol r.,. r5Yw ; I
Vote For and Elect near Qewlston. Governor / : DELO.KH.."...................JIci..E"I: 'I

Belcher was swimming witha '.
of boys and was swinging I
group "
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out over the water on Six men have offered for governor This applauso is not lightly ,1 :
a "bag awing According to on the Democratic ticket. given. Those who draw it are Obviously Mathews doesn't ;r,:
June friends, he did not dive off on Ono of them is virtually certain men of honor intelligence and believe in lulling voters to sleep fM' i
the first swing out, and on the to occupy the executive mansion abiUt' with fiscal fairy tales. Ho promises Ii;
second pass he dove Into shallow In Tallahassee. Sift as you will economical government \t I
water and hit bottom. Dislocation A look at some of the legislation t; .
through these names match thocandidates sound.administration and an i
of the fifth and sixth q Qualification for qual"rides Mathews to has the s man's thought honest assessment of what might "/ I
Insight I
vertebra caused l severe pain
Ification and them
however he Is reported resting personality.Judge One persoll.processes.. He pushed a bill to be necessary to keep Florida movality I ,
'w comfortably in Good Samaritan out above by all the rest as best fitted guard against land-fraud advertising ing forward. '. I I
Hospital In West Palm ; a law to make doctors re.. We like the frankness of this I
by background, experience ;
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of child abuse bill ,
cases a
Beach by his father. and of port ; once-stralght-A student Navy
School Board Belcher was taken from the character temperament to servo as strength governor of to curb the homo improvements veteran (Bronze Star), Methodist .I"
water by his mates, placed: Ina Florida-John E. Mathews. racket; legislation to enlarge state lay minister and devoted family .f' '
boat and brought to shore schools for mentally retarded man. We believe ho capable ,
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The first that ,'
and then to the hospital..He was thing impresses children. He pressed for place. of providing the leadership our
Member later transferred to West Palm you about John Mathews Is that ment of government printing un- state needs, of presenting an at- itshe :
Beach by ambulance lIe is expected doesn't talk in curves. His der the state purchasing law-an tractive image to other parts of ''i :l
to recover completely. .. platform Isn't filled with gim. act which Mathews believes has the nation and instilling confidence
District No. 2DEDICATED micks. He Isn't promising pie in saved the state some $20 million. in Florida, government. ': the sky. If the voters are looking :'
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REELECTyour: basket of pledges which cannot He advocates solving racial disputes and we recommend'him as the $.'(
TO COUNTYWIDE bo fulfilled, John, Mathews Is not by keeping lines of com most outstanding candidate for ';;,,' I
State Attorney i\; 'their man. munlcation open between the governor; on the May 5 ballot. I ,
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SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS IN races and settling issues on a \ I
reasonable basis before they are I'! I
FACILITIES AND PERSONNEL. taken into the streets. .k

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OUR OWN CHOICE after For example although them. After the scandal over extravagant I j
long consideration of the men he is from a North Florida area borrowing and spend. .;."f j' '
and their records: is Senator strongly segregationist in sentiment the- .
ing by Turnpike Authority, ".' ,
VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT Mathews
ho was one of the leaders he helped pass legislation tightening t(?;; :
Mr. Mathews has the advant in the successful light against control over its activities ;. i'
age of having served In both bills which would have closed and limiting fees to bond dealers : w \,
houses. And over-all, his record public schools to prevent integra handling state borrowings He t'} 1
LUCILLE SMALLTax for effectiveness in the Legisla tion. And he is tho only gubernatorial also pushed through the Legislature {I:;'
ture is better. Ho is the only candidate we know who bills requiring competitive I :. "'
Don't gamble on a legislator to have been voted by went into Polk County, the phos bids on state printing at a saving ; ; ', I
.V. newsmen "most outstanding phate center and told the people estimated as high as $2 million .
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beginner with no experience member in both House and Sen. he believed phosphate and min. a year. i '",
Assessor of Hendry County ate Although he represents a big eral mines ought to pay a sever. * ',. "
as a lawyeror county and the urban view he ance tax. Senator Mathew'spubl1o record ;;
prosecutorGive gets along well with small-county He believes in sound fiscal and his personal J history lead I m
and legislators. policies. He docs not engage in us to believe that he would as l :: \
Capable ExperiencedYour His philosophy is middleroad.the demagogue's game of voting Governor, give Florida the lead. I ...:
J He is candid in discussion and for new appropriations and then ership Its problems demand and ;,,1/ I,
FRANK SCHAUBa I he has tho courage of his convoting' against new taxes to meet its opportunities deserve. I "" II J'

Vote and Support will be appreciated "r.-. :7". I

second term as 'Ij I
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Attorney I ;.


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I The Times strongly endorses ** Mathews Is a l'olltlcaZdocr,' been called -tho.floor leader for .',: ...':
Mathews for these reasons: not ." good government. '1 ;\ .
Mathews. will be a more cffec- MATIICW HAS( WON seven This Is the kind of I ef.I
For Commissioner District No. 3 I tire governor than any of tho awards for effectiveness as a Florida -need in the governors 'i,"
other candidates. maker cf) Jaws Including Tho office ..i""t
"" Mathews has the lest record .Times '61 and '63 citations as a On the critical issue of ..
race:
Vote For of accomplishments valuable toFlorida. most valuable member of tho relations, Mathews believes thegovernor's >
Legislature. Ills honors have been office should boa '
positive !
'"* Mathews it the most knowledgeable voted both by Florida newspaper force. We think Mathews ''I, ;"" .
HARN candidate/ on Florida's editors and by legislators with could create for Florida a new ::
GENE problems and ways to solve them. whom ]ho served. climate of harmonious racial :
Mathews has conducted tho For Ms outstanding work in progress.
most forthright/ campaign. tho 'G3(; session Mathews has :: ,
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Aman who is concerned with countywide progress ....eMaakake node MIle UtiIItIeI I


Ktl/* Honest Capable DependableYour best for Governor
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General Plan of
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS I
Pass Four THE LEWISTON NEWS Clewlston Fla THE BOARD Or COUNTY Clcwlaton. F; rlda. aooordln
30 1964 Section Two Hurricane gate to Plat Bool t. pace* Tl-TS.
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Thursday. April COMMISSIONERS Or HENDRY Inoluelr. Hendry County
COUNTY, FLORIDA. will Ncal.
.. haled bid until 1100,: ThTaaui aforwald
clock a-m. on the 11th day of proorty th*M t.......... .,. ,. h'

closing changed Clerk May ':::4'1 In* Circuit the tI.:50t: In* bereditameau belonslnaor.ppurMnan.la
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and for ald UOUllt,. In the County twice PPrtalnlna belnr
Tit u. S. Corp of Engineer Courthouse, at LaBoil' Florida any old to satisfy paid. dacn

FOR RENT has changed the schedule of for t1 the acr lease. of o land( approulmately at the Dated. tola Tin day .( April Vote for and Re-elect

work for repairing! and repainting Alr ladea Airport for use a* a lit /./ JAMES C rOVNTACT.Special t i
the hurricane Kate aunts tropical flih farm, or a almllaruee I Muter la Chancery. ij
approvabl the Federal
by
./ Carlo. R. DickeyAttorn.y j
turei at dewfaton and Canal Aviation Anency. Bid will not / for PlaintiffClewl.loa .
2-bedroom unfurnished home b* Accepted for an amount of Florida
t Point reversing the originalecbedule. lea thaa III,00 per acre per CN 4M-AprU 5. !., U. 10. !/'4 I
Y year for C period of I* year..
at Canal Bid court act forth the proposed Harvard S.
The hurricane gate
1 2-bedroom furnished apartments use to which the land I I. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Parkinson
Point will be closed first and to ba put. th* amount per acre AND FUR HBNDRY COl'NTY.
the Clewlston fate second In proposed to b* paid per olrThe FLUKLUA
lease form to be used U CHANCERY NO. 1517
1'bedroom furnished apartments the new schedule.: on lie with the paid Clerk ,at SYLVIA JUNE ADAMS. Plaintiff
the Circuit Court and .
The ClewUtoa gate will be *et forth
i the various, provl.lona that will v& .
closed May 21 through June 9; b* In any lease that may br nOBERTLARRY ADAM Defendant County Commissioner district 3

O" ; the Canal Point gate will be entered, Into with a .uceeifulof NOTICE TO DEFEND/ ,
I bidder and the exact ducriplion
closed: AprU 28 through May 19. the land propoeed to be leaeedTh TO:1741 Itohrrt South Larry Uhle StrictArlinglot4
CallJ. The new schedule: will permit Hoard raerve the right VirginiaYou
to ret), any or all bid. hereby notified that a with record of service and
use of the dewiston! gate during BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER ult for ere divorce ha. been filed a progressive achievement
the Okeechobee OP HENDRY COIXTY. -
the weekend of axalnat you by Sylvia Jane
FLORIDA'
,Waterway boatacade May 15- By Harvard K. Parklneon.' Ill Adam. In the above Court. You
answer
1 -17. when approximately 100 Chairman.CN are with required the Clerk to of file the your Court and
E. BEARDSLEY 441-April 10; May T. 1961 for Hendry
boats are expected to make an to serve a copy thereof upon H. county.
p. Johnson Clewliton Florida.
overnight stop! In CleW lton. .
IN THE
CIRCUIT COURT OF
ESTATE BKOKEK 14,1954oiherwWthis
REAL
REGISTERED Any additional information on HENDRY ) DA May
IN :iio.J C-JSJO action will proceed e* part
E. Ph. YU 2-7501 the progress of the work on HARD LUMBER READT.MIX Wltneee my hand and used ofaid
Sugarland Hwy. the gate structures: may be obtained INC( etc. Court In LaBelle. Florida. Your vote and support will be appreciated.

from A. R. Eroadloot FklatlfGALUMATRON thIDOROTHY MOORE CLARE.Clerk .

Area Engineer Corps of Engineers INTERNATIONAL. Circuit Court
INC. eta, <*t al. (Clerk'. Seal
dewiston PhoneYU
office, CN April U ID; '
# # #
21171. NOTICE OF MATERB'BALB May x14, 1164.
Notice I Is hereby then that
th* underlined a. Special' Xa.t .-
under and by .Irtu. or the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN (Political advertisement paid by H. S. Parkinson)
tETTHE PEOPLE CKJOiSElVOTE Henry Louttit, Jr. Pln'al Decree of Foreeloiur AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY.
heretofor entered In that certain FLORIDA
cause pending In tha Circuit CHANCERY NO 156
ordained SundayThe Court for Hendrv County, Flori LiLLiE MAE WILLia, PlaintiffROBERT
da, being I Chancery: Cue No. IS20. v.
I. Lout t, Jr.. In which HARE LUMBER WILLIS. Defendant.
f.
Rev. Henry
HBADf-MIX. INC., eta I, pl.ln. NOTICE TO DEFENDTO
FOR son of the Bishop of the Episcopal : tiff.: and. ALUMATRON INTERNAIrIONALI : Robert Wllll
Diocese of South Florida.was INC, eta, et al.. are Addru UnknownYou
defendant I; a* Spinal Mailer are hereby notified that a
ordained to the Priesthoodby In Chancery appointed by the null for divorce hue been filed
"rt the Court In paid decree, under andwilloffer iKHlnit Ma Wllll I
EARL: the Bishop of Georgia. thereof In the more bI'y are required
Rt Rev. Albert Rhett Stuart, Vor'Val.'allS ..11 .t to file your answer with
in historic Christ Church.: public outcry to the hlfhe.t and the Clerk of the Court and to
D.D.,
bait bidder for oa.h at the nerve a copy thereof upon H. P.
II'FAIRCLOTH Savannah. Ga.. on Sunday. northern front door of the Court Johneon, Clewliton. Florida,
Rev. Henry I. touttlt. House of Hendry County, 'In the Plaintiff attorney, on or before -
The ELECT
4' city of LaBelle, Florida' on the May II, 144. otherwise thl*
Jr., was ordained into the Dia- Ith day of May, 1114 at eleven action will proceed es part
last In All Saints' o'clock In the orenooa of Mid Wltne.. my hand and seal of
ATTORNEY GENERAL conate year day the *am. halaale .l cold Court In LaBolle. Hendry
--- Church. Winter Park, Fla. He sales' day and the hour during County Florida thin 4th day of i
of Sew nee University the legal ,hour of aale th. following April. 1 1154.
''A PRACTICING LAWYER. Is a gradute deeerlbed property ..Ituat /./ DOROTHY CLARK.
and of Virginia Seminary In Hendry County, Florida: Clerk Circuit Court Meredith C. Pace
'- and serves the Church: In Lot 10 and the bait One- (Clerk'. Bl
NOT A PRACTICING POLITICIAN Statesboro now Georgia. Half o( Lot 11 Block III, of CN 411-April t, I', 13, It lilt


BORN IN LEVY COUNTY.
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4UnlY ---r- Candidate for
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o of Florida Law School Graduate.* RiYQ1IN Vote Support Elect


I Practicing Lawyer for 14 Years.THERE'S ( .,:.!i' Sheriff ,of

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THR COUNTY ,JUD JC'.
J. 0.Davidson
COURT' IN ,AND KORHENDKY .
NO I SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE COUNT
IN RE: Hendry CountyYour
,
ESTATE OF
UAYNAM DECEASED B RACKSTRAW '

DATB UK DKATH! ,
April II I UI _, ,,
NOTICB' Of' DIRCH ROES .
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FOR FINAL '
OF EXECUTOR! Jr. J' :
Notice I I. hereby Sties. that I
have filed my Haul return a. vote and support will be appreciated.
HERE'S HOW enoeutor of (h ..t.t. of VA v- ,
I! I'' NAM B. RACKHTRAW deceased ear
FLORIDA'SSENIOR that I bare lied my petition for
distribution/ and tor final din- Tax Collector
fim SENATORSPESSARD ohnrge. and that on May IS.1SH4 1
1 will apply to the Honorable -
Broward N. Pawns, County ,
Judge of Hendry County, Florid.
L.
for .approval and for an oC order Ml4 of final distribution return Hendry County ;t ...g (Paid political: advertisement by Meredith C Pace campaign l treasurer)

HOLLANDSTANDS and for final dlsebarsee aifv alI "
eaerutor of the will ot (lAY- %
NAM B. IIACKSTRAW d..d.
ON MEDICAL ASSISTANCE April II, 1956UAYNM a: RACK.TRAW.Executor. would like to take this final.moment to ask

vote and in the elections.I .
Senator Holland medical your support! May 5th
strongly' support tmlii- CN 44'-April Id;
once to Florida's older citizens. Two proposals have May I T, 14., 3I. 1944. have tried to see and talk to everyone. If any

been off.rid Medicare and the Kerr-Milli ap one has been missed it was not deliberate.I .

proach. Medicare offers only limited hoipilolliallon Hendry NOTICmThe County Board of -Re-Eleet-

and Is financed by additional Social Security taxes celv County...Ied CommlMloner bide until II will A. II r..,. have lived in Hendry County all of my life

administered by the Government. It covers all eld.ptrtoni May II, 114, for the pale! of the except for 3 years spent in the U.S. Army-was
rich and poor, but does not cover doctor '"''
'ttnd T. Truck Tr.c- wounded twice and in >
medically discharged 1046!
bills. On the other hand Kerr-Milli both hospital
covers tor, lIU model Serial: Hum"Martin J.
HOMER
and doctor bills and protects only those who 1114.Trailer year 1151 with C0% disability, am married and have four

have the need. It Is financed and administered' by nodal LB4T. Brlal Number children. We have operated a successful dry

our states wlth'lorg. Federal support. Our .nlire 1114.Truck and trailer may b. In. cleaning business ifl Clewiston for the past 17
.J\ Florida delegation in Congress voted for the Ker,. apactod at tha Hendry county
J. Mills approach Our state legislature approved It Warn In LaBelle. Fla. years. ,
The Board reaerv* the right
r for a two year period as did 36 of our states and or rajact, any or all BIBLESUPERINTENDENT
r bid..ccapl There that I
territories., We are committed as a state and nation HARVARD i. PARKINSON. are no promises can make exceptto

,."" : to try the Kerr-Mills approach for two years Ifchanges Chairman Board of run the office as efficiently as possible if

I, are necessary, we can make them to assure County 414-April('omml..loners.CN l01| May. I. n... elected.If .
adequate medical assistance' to our older cltlTtM -

a.n. ( PoWfcuJ' Ad"vrtl.tM.st. ,) NOTICE TO PUBLIC elected I plan to work with Mr'-Ward in the

To conform Walli with) "Plumblnc office for 2 or 3 months or longer it necessary to OF

Cod*" of tho City of ClewlMon. keep the office .
Florida It I. ntc...ry to obtain. working properly.My _
a permit *o Install apply or
drainage wells sincere thanks for vote and
your supporton
No walla art to b* Inatallad
without flrit obtaining "Plumb- Tuesday May 5th. PUBLIC
In* I'trmlt" for wm. INSTRUCTIONof
CITY Of CLEWISTON,
BPI C. M Plrkla.
VlumblnaInspector..
i.i CN 444-April 10, 1144
I I J. Davidson Jr.

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I .I' !, Your Support and Vote For '(Pd. pot adv. by J. O. Davidson. Jr.) HENDRY COUNTYVOTE



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TOM HULLWill SEE and HEAR- FOR


JackMATHEWS

EXPERIENCE




Be Appreciated


-. INTEGRITY

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J Candidate for
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MATURITY
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t.I ):I,?. F Clerk of the Circuit' Court toI 10 years of proven public,services in your schoolsas



1, ,:>' : ; 1Iicrb.. general supervisor

;l ', of Hendry County 4

years of proven public services as'your Super-



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;;. ., 0 W. W. II Veteran Friday, May llSt: Urtt Channel P,1(. Miami I His experience will
sound and
;, ., Sunday, May 3'' Channel 7 Miami I' give progressive


',, Courteous Dependable .* QualifiedL 1131 ':11 MC jj plans to meet the needs of f a_ growingcounty.

Monday, May 4 Channel Miami .

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