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Creation Date: May 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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Clewiston News Two 12 Section Pages Lovvorn and Hedges in





-Dedicated to the advancement of Hendry County and America's Sweetest Town" :'
collector runoff
NUMBER CLEWISTON FLORIDA tax on 26 ,
37 THURSDAY
OLil3 MAY 7, 1964 Return !'om't Guaranty S 345 J. P.M. Subcrlptlon: 4.00 yea .


Election ata More than 74 percent of the Campbell E. Nail who polled 937 ",."
voters went to the polls Tuesdayin and Gene Hough 177 in the 1. !

glance Hendry county and elected county commission race in district d ,,'

Lundy Peeples 4 some newcomers to office gave : 1. ;'
C. S. Senator F
overwhelming votes: of confidence -
Spenard Holland to a few incumbents then G. H. Small won the con.tabla' .
watched amazedly as the state race in the first primary '
Governor (runoff)
over three
I 7''' wi4 4 Robert K. Illch election ced. There returns were were some announ surprising Mack McCall Chuck challengers McGee.

win Daniels.out Hayden Bans upsets and Chuck 'Prater. Dorothy .'

; Attorney General Moore dark's 1.878 more than '
Earl FalrclothRR Winners, Carl Uornsby for doubled the vote of her opponent
school superintendent Sammy Tom Hull who received
PU CommliBjoa Langford for county commissioner 860 for clerk.

Ed Mason district 1, campaigned \
in Glades county hard and piled up big majorities Earl Dyess remains sheriff 4 s
State Attorney ; Jack Spratt LaBelle. with a 2,350 vote over "challen- t
Frank 8ebaubaeP1'"entaUYI ger Meredith Pace 626
president of Alico Land Development ;,

I to be decided Company 'won by a Mrs. Lucille Small, tax assessor
Glide countians made sweep- race in the :May substantial margin over Frank
Jack Spratt received 2,046 over ;John'Brll88rd'
school asated 26 runoff.
in the
I I changes PolhUl, dewlston farmer and .
747.
offices Tuesday and rte Incumbent Judge James C. Clerk Circuit Court former county agent The vote il:
Cted Sheriff Roy D. Lundy Fountain will enter the runofi r Dorothy Moore Clark was Spratt 1656 and PolhlU 1240. In the statewide races Spew 'h., I
er three opponent In the first against A. E. Wells, as will rI tl nerd Holland received an overwhelming I
Inmarr, \leaving the hotly con ell m b* n t commissioner JohnLangdale I Sheriff Incumbents Dorothy :M. dark 1,825 in his race to ,, '

sled! judge and commissioner against I Warren I Earl Dyeea clerk Earl Dyers, Sheriff and retain his senate seat and Brail.ey .

Brown Tax Assessor Lucille Small, tax assessor, had Odham came in with 577. *
Glades county was one of the d Lucille Small no trouble staying office and Earl FaIrcloth led the attorney !
atermelons getun lut counties to report because Harvard Parkinson retained his general's pace\ with 1211 to ?. ,
of the slow counting of paper a Tax Collector (runoff) seat by a flood majority but James Kyne's 1,190, and Ed ;
ballots and complete results Yr C. J. Lovvorn former commissioner Gene Mason was easily the top mane

FLAvor seal were not known until about 3 Eddie Hedges Harn pulled in uncomfortablyclose. the Railroad and Public Ut-

; 'm. Wednesday Parkinson polled 1.458 tllltles Commission race .with I
Approximately 3.300 acre of School Superintendent and Harn 1,233.En&erlDc .
Complete unofficial results including 1,505 over Brewer's 1211.
Carl Uornsby
'jtermelons In Hendry county
t approaching maturity and : absentees are as follows b School Board District I the second primary The county gave Scott Kelly

e crop U beginning to move June White are C. J. Lowora, its top vote for governor with .'

market,-although a bit United State 8eoatoroSpes..rd Clewlatoa baslneosmaD and Bud Dickinson second Hayden ; .
oily. reports Hendry Countytent L. Holland 842 County Commtssioi, District 1 Eddie Hedges, LaBelle. In Burns third and Robert High +

Ted Gallo. Bralley Odhan zn Sammy Lansford the lax eoIIed<<'. race! fourth. Mathews and Karl finished : .r,.

] LaBelle It a focal point fork Governor. 1 County Commi..slop, District 3 they were first and second in that order '

: shipments and the waterelm H ydon Burn ......, .. 155 H. 8. Parkinson la a field of five. The. votes High led the statewide voting '. !
went 75* to 1Mn.... 638 to \.
i traffic on city streets If Fred Bud Dickinson...... .. 317 '
.u Constable, District\ 1 Hedges, 111 to J. 0. Davidson and Burns Is in the run-off with ;
):ready heavy Trucks are also Robert King High ,-, .._ ._,. 134 '
?? ? LADIES G. H. Small him May 25th.
log loaded at the Fairgrounds Frederick B. Karl 38 NIGHT AND INSTALLATION OF sanding left to right BUI Holmes Lion Tamer| Jr.. 506 to R. L. Yeoman : I
OFFICERS was ebsenred Thursday night. at WendaU Wbaley, aecretary) Robert Adams, Constable District > *. Jr, and 373 to nod- Frank "'
area In dewlston. aDd Scott Kelly ._ ?--i.-. .,., 390 Schaub state attorney I
th i freight car and piggy back John E, (Jack) Mathewi_ 132 the Glades Restaurant by the Lions Club. Rs3,5 vice president Not shown are E. W. 8. J. RldgdUl son Graham. received the approval of Hen- ::' )

uteri will be used on railroad Attorney General- tiring\ president Richard' Baker congratulate Weaver tad vie president and George Land J. L. Powers Sammy Langford won in the dry county voters' with 1,415 fy

h.pments; Earl Falrclothl,1,1aau,1, ,, 436 incoming president Gregg" Euer. Leaking en en. TilMwt r.-. TAFF PHOTO.. Jostle of Pease District I first primary with a surprisingly vote to W. M. Smiley, Jr.:* ':, If

The watermelon industry of !me* W, Kynes -,-..-... 540 tested .Is George Kemp let vice president O. L. Lang-ford Jr. strong 1.717 over incumbent 1,030. .e: I
he area received a boost last i
..eekend when Commissioner Commissioner. Florida Public In the western Ilendry I

I Agriculture Doyle Conner of- Utilities Commission Schaub carries Esser installed county area, 8. J. RldgdUl .' '
dillr declared the melons Phillip S. Brewer ._...??..., 228 J UNOFFICIAL PRIMARY ELECTION RETURNS with 439 votes. enters the ,:IJ I
SunflAvor" quality In a YesV. Edwin L. 'Ed'Mason -.- 726BUte all but Glades second primary with J. L.rowers I 4:
.! at Immokalee. Attorney-Twelfth 44 who received 373
Lions .. .
Melons thus become tie third_*Jt "JodtcUJ Clreolt. ..junk Schaub state attorneyof presidentGreg I >ir S votes for _table, district ,

gricultural product to win Frank Schaub ..,...,.-.. 486 the 12th Judicial circuit was J 2. Stan Wegshled with 20finbed
states approval and as* the theSunFLAvor W. M. (Mickey) Smiley, Jr. 539 reelected over challenger W. M. Bsser was installed as -1- N. Lr = !Ia third ptaee O. L.Langford. I
.State Senator-Twenty-eeventn Smiley. Jr. in Tuesday's Democratic president of the dewiston Lions Jr.. won the. ran
seal of quality. Po- Senatorial District primary. He carried Club Thursday evening in a for Justice of district
latoei and sweet com haw. n IHdUdHH H liU peace \
previously been approved; the Doyle E. Carlton, Jr. -.- 680 every county except Glades in Glades Ladies Night event at the f 2. against Robert MilUren. w t
Restaurant! Pit
aloes at the State Farmersket Q. W. (Dick) Williams 453 the eight-county circuitIn room. The vote was Landlord, 651 : I"" 1
County+ Judge Loyd Kelly, past president of the and MlUlrea, 254. Fl,
at Princeton In South their home county. Manatee local club and past deputy district
Ide County and the .weet'corD James C. Fountain _, 483 the vote was very close and Registered Voters I2t W 567 153 143 271 128 134 371 149 4208 .''J
governor past tone
t Joseph C.,(J. C.) Jones 225 There !were 16 Republican
the
Pahokee Farmer
et Mar- A. E. (CapO Well 506 Schaub edging Absentee out Smiley ballots by 'chairman of Lions, was Installing No Votes Cut _=--- 469_ 328 m 112 81 165 898 "a 2a 100 134 3143V. ballots cast in the county. Only
only 33 votes. officer. the governor's race appearedon
Clerk of Ctrcnit Court- ace not included in any of the Lions and their wives enjoyeda a. IIEN'ATOa the Republican ballot Foster

James a Dffley 768 totals given. delicious steak dinner) prior to HOLLAND ___... 30S 3M 271 12 lIS 13 426 49 179 29 lot 1823OD1IAM received 9 votes; Holly 4, and r

Jackson W. Jean 373 The vote by counties: the Installation. Kelly reviewedthe ---.--..--.--. M 30 48 20 4 18 lIS W 43 33 22 577 Ken Folks 3. ,
Sheriff history of the club from the
o pWe Carl (Toy) Arnold 365 Schaub SmIley date of Its in 1M7 to GOVDNOa Voting was brisk throughout' .
lw Roy C. Brown ,'..,.,. 93 Lee .............. U28 40529 the present chartering time. This histori BURNS_ .- 7t 6080U5630991444 8 18 477DiQGINSON129 the day, and the polls wlttt thtlare.t
Roy D. Lundy __ 670 Collier 1.749 IW Information was both helpful 71 15 ZI II 2'1 200 43 n 12 M T5T number of voter were .

Glenn Padgett 131 Charlotte 2.013 1.679Clads and interesting to the Lions' HIGH 17 14 20 4 'I 4 20 291 I 80 13 406KARL. busy from 7 a m. tin 7 p.m., .
486 531 .-. 1. 922 733 2 21 1. 4 I 9 11. There were voter waiting In .,
8iaperln4endent of Public since few of the chartef: members -
Instruction Hendry 1.3GO 161I are now in the club. KELLY. .__1'13 108 W 39 37 eo 171 IT 11. 22 198JrlAmIEWS line at two dewiston polls when ,
Manatee 7,098 1,063 __ 48 311 43 10 111636314 1 12 265 the hour of
want to closing came. These
make
this label Broward M. Daniel _, 487 Other officers installed were )
"* a symbol of quality that Robert! T'I Hlpps _, 716Coonty Sarasota 4.148 2m George Kemp E. W. "Bud" ATTORNEY' GENERAL were allowed to vote but latecomers
: ... 635 3SI
DeSoto-- lost their t
"wives opportunity.
can unhesitatingly Commissioner, Weaver and Robt N. Adam. FAIRQOTH __ 145 84 128 40 3& 53z:12:: 265 110 29 81 1211

Wr with confidence any pro- District t- lit, 2nd and 3rd vice presidents, XYNF.'J ..........-...--.. 191 IS1m: 50 61 11 232 44 101 21 53 1190 The day was bright and sunny .
tarrying It," said Conner. Warren L, Brown ______ 4(5 W. A. Whaley, secretary and with moderate temperaturesand
StfflFLAvor is the program John R. Langdale _.. .. 560 Spring frolics treasurer, George Landers, Tail aa II PU COMMISSION a brisk breeze adding to I
treated' by act of the 1964 W. J. Tyler 130 Twister, Bin Holmes, Lion Tamer BREWER _-_. 12 47 56 U 15 23 n 113 S4 1. U In the comfort of voters and work .

lends \legislature to five Com- County) Commissioner Friday night and Father Clark Dorman, MASON ?.... -..-- .... 260 1110 228 511 48 M 334 M 156 40 I 1505 ers. ',.
*" ner Conner authority to District No. 3- George Jepson, Jim McPhall ;
.dentfy! and promote the best of James F. Bishop 560 dewtston recreation Department and Curtis Fry directors. Richard STATE ATTORNEYSCHAUB \,"
its 4th Annual .. 213 141 113 54 IG 48 288 237 132 26 55 1415
wow will bold
farm products In Flort. W.H. ..... .. 628 J. Baker is immediate past
let The law also provides lor Coonty. Peeples Commawlaaer. -, -- Spring Frolics Dance this coming president ,II IfILET JR. _._ 174 122 113 40 aT H 113 41 19 33 81 1030 C of C directors ,t
''OenInL Friday night May Sib at
Inspection aDd enwcement District No. SV STATE REPREihPCTATIVEPOLIIILL
E. Wetherald Youth Ceo- In monthly meet ::'i
to protect the public """- ''wSTMnof 'NJI the C. Serviceman home .....,..- .--.- 209 53 t8 25 23 Q 293 290 131 21 11& 1240SPRAT1".248
WMencs : at I o'clock: p.m.
0 In SunFLAvor quall"fonvrtde James 0. Woodward -.. 774 ter and beginning lasting until midnightThe 2M 321 II T1 15 28T 13 120 M n lase The dewlston Chamber of ,<:
Mealier Bean of PabHeInstnetion Carrot (Butch). Redish was Commerce reviewed plan for '
A promotional efc DUt No. 2- Invaders from Tort My home this weekend from Memphis CLERK CtaC1JlT COVEY entertaining the Okeechobee:
tat for SunFLAvor is already Joanna (Mrs. MlM) Johnson 691 ers will furnish the music for Term, where bo is based CLARK ..... 308 143 3M 41 D 11 408 80S 191' 48 118 1278PULJ5 Waterway Boatacade at the directors
Sunn.AWlr order way Standards can for Edith Marie Summerall 438 the dance which will be for the by the U. S. Navy at training JR. ..... .113 152 185 57 5& Ire 11& 21 M S4 35 116I meeting held at Rob

to represent an up. Member Board lei Public seventh grade through the school. He recently: completed: BSfEIWFDYES6 bie's Restaurant Tuesday. noon. '

111.rag from the top federal Instnetion. Dist No. 4- tenth. Then will be no charge.served an aviation electronic: school -- '--.---.....- 3M 1115 256 70 47 132 488 a7t Z28 57 1U 2359 :With President Moye Bishop

1tIdea. DPt of Agriculture) Elizabeth Crew ___..-- 764 Refreshments win be and is now attending the Aviation rACE ..-........-... ..- a 113 145 37 47 so M ZI S5 2'1 II 626 presiding various committee: reports e '
T. H. SneU 377 and a door prize will be given. Navigation School. Butch is were made and discussionof

the son'of' Mr. and ),!r.. C. W. :TAX M69BBSORBRIJNGARD handling t the membership .'"

Redish. 150 12 117 U 27 J7 151 14 12 21 Jl 741 drives brought various suggestions

Largest OWA! Bo t c des; ----271226263646$10196536317156 118 2OC8 Carroll for future BeJDOD..MQlDced years. I

children]
Teach your TAX COLLECTORDAVIDSON : that the directors of the U. B.Highway :
I .JR. 134 se N 2 U rt 120 rr 12 11 17 114 27 Association win

traffic safety GRAHAM ... .---..--- S3 sa IT IT 113 76 U so '15 23 mHEDGDS meet at the Old South Bar-B-q
..- .. .--.-.-.- 12 1M 114 sa D 9 M 13 S2 II 2t 658LOVVORI8
15-16-17 Ranch on Wednesday May 13.
expected May -... 141 I 8 0 2 29 2M 203 H 0 as 758'YJOMANS Attending .were Bishop Benson ,
.. : J7 6512034642553291248 2S 106SUPT. I
iII1DARK' Abner Vsnn. Richard '
1IIltIor. of with the SheriffsInsignia WEAR ;r
"""lerwa the Caoec of those boatacaders who expressed a boat marked rt1BUC INS'ftVCI'ION Phelps, John Ellington. Mr. ,
AlSoctatina were not only to keep order '
Deetinc at the their wishes said needed but to BIBLE ....,.- .....---139 41 156 47 81 736BORNSBY Beryl Bowden. Mrs. Stella I
ftsterday Gladet Pit Room BanU. aol assist when problems 966 : z: : : 89460290169 : : :2063 FirEs and Robert Kelly I.,
lipPer, lnerllOOQ for a Peak "The plans for the event Include void water traffic I
'let a. lUeatl a 'dinner and entertainment and to see that the larger boats SCHOOL BOARD DIS'I' I i

""Prtseutative.prealdent t andACowlalon in Stuart,, the evening preceding .. nave adequate docking be space.in KcC01WIC1C ---.-+,-.135 3M 261 n 48 II 110 It 70 U 8)) 1278W1BTZ Tax collector I
Jolt The chief pur- the start Saturday the A representative win : 274 101 101 S3 4S 7t 138 356 1" 22 48 1469COVNTT
iIod. at the IIIeetInc' "u DOt Boatacaders will make the trip Stuart the night before to gin
however. but Plans take the boat captains a IId the OOIIM. D39T.1
lor via St lade Canal across Ward
kt 'lIOual boatacade, .ctI OkeechobM to dewiston. dewlston docking spaces, end RWGK 11 9 14 8 I 12 22' 27 zt 4' 10 171LANGTORD improving
act] w keDd. hours are leA to indicate when the big boats ....... -,..... ZII Z28 251 II II'86 268 2rt 1" H a 1717
The afternoon
larcen'nit boaucadt w1J1 be the free la dewiston although win dock. lIAIL ,.....,.,.-....- 170 70 105 It IS J7 m 47- 15 1'1 TS' trI: Tax Collector A.O. Ward who
broughtmuch s returned to Good Samaritan
boatacades have
lour_OWA history aaLwit tours of the area 'will be arranged The valuablo publicity to dewiston ,COUNTY 00365 D33T.J. Hospital in West Palm Beach

; Banta. Who &eefttar7 for any. boo/tacaders who and !have given some of HARN' -.. 'j.---. ..1I1. 150'175" 28'' U' 95,196, ItS 120 zr N ;113 vevtral day ago, underwent I
wed boata tzpedI OIMI request them. The Elks dub visitors their first : PA.R.JCNSON 214 us 213 IS 17 II J10 130 117 IS 76 1451 surgery' there Monday. Ho is \ I
to
ute the evening our regular '
part A will take'
Ierrt over Host reported as making a quick recovery !9
eruIaen ancI famous introduction v> the area. CONSTABLE: D3T. 1 a t'
,.d1ta meal, serving their now j
In in this, his second I
Zany the group. .Everglade: dinner grilled Layer of the dewistoo Chainher McCAU .--..,. ..... 41 20111833: I 179McG191 operation I
in recent weeks and
coordinating expect
reeatratbla Indicate chicken, corn on cob. fresh oC Commerce is kaveno City of ClewistonPolice : : .100 a 112 Z1 4'1 9 J4I to return to Cl.etrbkIawlth1DaclayorllO. '
.... crowd thus ever Me vegetable relishes. amngetnccti and will PRATES ....-..-..... 70 It 11 so U 'J JU .
1'he :
11 IIIIt time of 7'Ur' Hems Plans hove been made for a stow unturned to see that ,:SMALL ..-.-.. .-.. 319 "'" '.50, 211 sse 1211 'II IGW His
daughter llrs. Judsoa
... better ncvted than the faf aDd representative of the EherHf'IDepartment the boatacadeT have a memorable Department J'rancll. 1* with him.Spratt ;l r I,,1,
by Uae tab to patrol the area In stay.

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Inn. Gertrude elect i, Curier, Snp
Optometrists
Clewlston
,. Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston. :Fla.Thursday. Corporation as part of its April at Balasok the was chairman of the r Beatrice r
May 7, 1964 Section One meeting program. W C Prewitt p John 1
iiS Sonny SezOh explained the experiments being affair. Dr. L. G. VaughanDr. Cocfvane,
of Winter Haven
Victor Elate Patients
the lab.
made at rem,
In Clewlston. nil L. O. Vaughan, Clewiston
friends \
visited T
THE CLEWISTON NEWS A Mothers Day stamp bearIng home. optometrist, was elected treas.wet Wilklson, Johq
former
the likeness of Whistler'sfamous 34.
admitted
Patients Esther Lu7
-
Coast ,
Florida East Lewis
and daughter of the
Sands
Published. Thursday at 109 Central Avenue C ewista. well you win a few and painting, was Issued by Mrs R. Jones turky 0
every left for Columbus, Ohio Optometric Association, at a recent Roberta, Clarence Howls J. E. Robert'
Florida, by The Oewiston News Inc.. a Florida Corporation. lose a few and sometimes :you the U. S. department Jane Installed 4.
let a second choice.Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Worth for a visitH. meeting and was Baker Martha Jumper, :Mildred Baker, Dewey T

Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, HIT. at the to the winners moved to West Palm Beach after L. David captured a 514 Wednesday with other officersat McGowin: Morris Shumate Caret Bowers,

Post Office In Oewiston. Flo-Ida under the Act of Coo es' of may they accept it in humility residing in Clewliton for five foot rattler alive. extracted itt a meeting at McArthur Dairy Lonnle Douglas, James Riser, Dora Doub, liras)
fanes and chipped it to a St. West Palm Beach.Dr. : Thomas
March 3. 179. ; condolences to the losers years estimated the Ruth Tillman Dora Doub, William Vinsoq
may they accept the win of the Louis zoo. He Lantana SOtlu'onla
Nell Erlckson: Lana(
: NATIONAl EDITORIAL people without bitterness. The snake was 11 years old. Duvall, Eloise Stokes
9Rfp4 $ ASS c8T1cy" expressions made Tuesday are TWENTY YEARS AGO The first drainage structureon was chosen president. Dewey Tompkins, Engtojo. Rubio Riser, j0

what make this a great country (From the dewlston Mews the lake dike project to Association comprises: Seth Howard. Manuel Tanner Lucky,Trig tCurley
: The y
IIJ...... II III. the people have spoken, May '. 1944)) reach completion was at Culver. practicing optometrists In St. Margaret Bowers Julia Temple AMcGowin

1 KIM y now its unite and work together First primary returns: Tom No. 12 at S. Fla. Conservancy Lucle Martin, Okeechobee and Hall Travis Curley Frank Julia
Subscription: Bates -:; M.00 per year pumphouse on Pelican
0 lor a better Hendry county. Hull defeated C. a. Rackstraw. District Palm Beach counties. Speeches Thomas Vlnson, Lew- Jumper,
(Return Postage Guaranteed) Bay. North American Construction -
tad
for clerk. Sheriff BiU Maddox
4r10" BERYL BOWDEN. PublisherS. The recura number of voters enters the run-off with H H. Co. was contractor.
H. STALLS Managing Editor who cast their ballot are to be McCall Dr. C. E. Weaver and Closing date for the elementary
Telephone: jSuslnecj and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 congratulated This too, Is a Mrs. Homer win contest for school was set as May 22.
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves healthy situation. The ballot school superintendent In the second and for high school. June 22.

the right to reject any objectlonal! advertisement! will be aborter on May 26, but primary and Judge R. M. Schools Opened) October 2nd,
TRD NEWS aiMia.a no raeponalblllty for the Mtura of an- the Importance Is equally as Harris was continued in office three weeks later than the La- .4
olleltrd mintiwripu or photoarapbaTHB and Felda schools.Supt. ,
Belle 1
NEWS UMirac. no financial responsibility for typo- greatCongratulations over challenger Robert Keating.!
4 raphtcal .rrort er eoramiaelona In ad ertl.einenl but If notHUd -.a- C. E. Miner and Asa Townsend E. I* Stalling broughtsuit
of ouch error. baton tht seat laiua of the paper will reprint torroctly to test the validity of a
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that part of th. adTartlKm.nt In which the error oocurrod.la and red roses won county; commission
the event a tlm. element would render the correction value- special legislative act which
.hMa, the Newi will reduce th. price of the adrerlUement .br, aa. are due the CHS track team for races. cut his salary from 12,400 to the'Methyl
amount equal to Uio percortat. of the total apace a* the ro.- their Impressive victory in the *
A metal was annually.J. .
eoui or omitted copy represented. matting runway 1800
8-B meet held In WPB .
Monday.The
constructed at Riddle Field by L. Taylor, former countytax
strong running of Bo Und-
the 189th Engineer, !III., a Negro collector, was convicted of
sey. Mike Mazzlna, and Ronnie
released
Engineer Training Unit embezzlement, was
Olden have spearheaded the from the Avon Park base. under $20,000 bond pending appeal -
DARE will bring organized growthThe successful season with able Miss June Hooker and Lou of his case to the Supreme
backing up by Doug Rudd Doug Place were married in Sugar- court
Angel! and Al Morrell. Best of
land Auditorium with the Rev.
project of the University of llorldt 'a vast agricultural luck In the State Meet in Cville David Hancock: : officiating. TWENTY YEARS AGO M A f

branches to study and assdss the agricultural resources Friday.
and related agri-business ventures _aIn TEN YEARS AGOFrom (From dewison News
growth,
28 1944))
April ,
has been designated as Operation DARE. The name Is a few short,months sports ( the Qewsiton News 1k-

taken from the first .letters of Developing Agriculture Re- will turn to football,, and next May I, 1954)N) The 194344 sugar season
season minor changes have been
closes this week.
sources Effectively. Leroy Collins carried Hendry
Dr. E. T. York, ]Jr. provost for agriculture of the University made which will Improve the county and entered the state Mrs. Lucille Downs resigned ti

has presented the plans for this very ambitious and seating arrangements for season runoff for governor. as manager of Clewliton Inn

far-reaching project to the Board of Control as one of the ticket fans. A new press box J. O. Davidson. Sr., defeated and planned to operate Atlantic
has been added. The sideline
Marion Golf and R. C Beach Hotel at Moorbead City,
chief goals of the College of Agriculture and Extension Nowllng
restraining wire has been pushed -
N. C. during abe summer
Service. defeated T. J. Crawford, Jr? torCOUDtJ'
back from the field and a months.
Hendry Is one of the most Important agricultural counties commission seats J. V.
small wire fence 1s to be Installed Women of the city reorganized
of the state, and we* are tremendously Interested in and which will keep the Francis, Incumbent defeatedJr. the Cadet Club to provide
.
was defeated by A. H. Vans.Owen
will be affected by the results and accomplishments: of this youngsters from getting on the had been appointed by recreation and canteen services

field.Superintendent. in Clewtston for the cadets at
projectWhat Governor Dan McCarty to fill a
will be the status of our agriculture: ten years -as-- vacancy on the school board. Riddle Field. Mrs. E. W. Drat

hence*? Compare the development of agriculture In Hen- elect Carl Travis Gresham, Fort Myers, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs.: W. C.

dry county today with ten years aQo-with two years ago, Hornsby has .been taking a raking ,was eliminated In the state senate Owen. Mrs W. L. Lett Mrs. H.
and you will sea the tempo has increased and Is still pick- about his playing golf on race but carried Hendry R. Hall. Mrs. E. C. Powers
Ing up speed. election day from Harry Johnson County Jim Franklin Fort were active in this group
Whether it was a sign of
Extremely broad In scope, the DARE program's overall l confidence or a method of Myers and W. R. Neblett of Key Mrs. Downs was honored ata
Inn to her
the
at prior
agricultural activities have been broken down Into 24 listings West entered the ruD.U.Abner party 1.
working off nervous energy remains departure for North Carolina.E. .
under four major headings Hendry county has a to be answered. Vans was Installed as C. Mills, Jr.. celebratedhis
Lions Club.
large investment In some of the listings under each of the president of
15th birthday with a party.
Dr. G. L. Beaumont resigned
major headings: as director of the Trl-County Mr. and :Mrs. Dale Snodgrass I r---
Commodities: citrus vegetables, pasture and forage Health Unit for reasons of moved to Clewiaton from Jacksonville '

cf crops f commodities., sugarcane, are our chief Interests under the heading. It's History Now health.The Seniors weekended, at .

Livestock and related fields: beef cattle dairy cattle Daytona Beach as their Skip TEN YEARS AGO
forestry, fish and wildlife, conservation, drainage and flood THIRTY YEARS AGO Day trip. (Clewlston News, April 29, 1954) It's an important gasoline discovery!, (Metbyl"
control horses are of vital Interest In (From Clewlston News,
Hendry county. that it power-wasting1
effectively stops
Agri-business May 4, 1934)) THIRTY YEARS AGO Hendry County Motors petty steps up octane performance so
chemicals land ; engineering and equipment, agricultural: (From Clewlston..News cash box was robbed of 1250 Sat knock better than any other antiknock compound., Methyl spreads
,
Improvement, wood and foreot product Judge George Whltehurst helda April 27, 19M 1", urday night evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up under
processing, fertilizer feed :more
,
pesticide, general agricultural: special act of the 1933 legislature Kiwanis Club entertained the and
professional, land improvement state and federal supported setting salaries of school U. S. Sugar Corp ground more senior class at their Ladles extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasoline (Crown

agencies, wholesale and retail food distributors are represented superintendent, school board than 450,009:\ tons of sugar cane Night meeting Crown Extra) ... at no increase in r===== ]
In our communities. members county commlsilonrs: from Nov. 30 to ApraU4\ and Mrs Charlie R. Young was price 1 Another important way that I MMH' J

and supervisor of registration produced 80,000000 pounds of elected president of P. T. A. .we take better care of ;your' car. I 9 IM H DARD I |
said J. J. Harrington
was unconstitutionaL SuptStallings raw sugar Young Adults of the Presby- '
Ship More Spend Less whose salary was cut general manager and vice terian Church held an outdoor \:MathyltradamarkforanhknotktompeandMethyMOI| """\ I

Your Dollars Go ,by the bill brought the test suit president. An important byproduct supper at the Bixby home.
in courtMrs was 863.000 gallons of Mrs. Ruth B Owens was

I. Farther on Rea Express E. I* Stewart was elected blackstrap molasses president of the Clewlston
president of the Clewlston Fourteen Florida State College -
a P. W. Club.
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For Pick & Service
up Delivery Garden Club which toured the for Women alumnae enjoyed John Perry, a high school student
]laboratory of the U. 3. Sugar a luncheon get together scared an Eagle 2 on the

440 yard No. 2 hole at the local

course. U. T. Koch: Sr., and Ron

I .J << Jet-so:; Luxury Gfcewplet i' '1 a Bar witnessed the feat '


in servicer

.' ; r.,; makes crooked roads feel! like going '5irQ ghtr f' Boys\ J. F. HOWELL, Agent Cle '


Chevrolet's Full Coil suspension makes All seven Chevrolet engines are precision ., ",.

r t ,. the crookedest S-curve seem on the level. balanced for smooth operation. And .
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..,, With a doublo( ctin shock absorber in because your Chevrolet has over 700 insu-
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each corner, it takes the jumps out of lators and sound deadeners, you don't

bumps. With 4-link levelling control, you have to shout to have yourself heard.

get away with Jet-smooth acceleration. TRADE MTRAVELla It's Trade 'N' Travel Time at your Chev- I

With built-in anti-dive control you como rolet dealer's-the perfect time to try the I t 4

to Jet-smooth stops And with low-friction! Jet-smooth ride. Find the meanest stretchof

1. : J,!" Ball-Race steering,you waltz over twisting nos sat aeaawseraoaaaq road you can.: Then see for yourself how r
roads as gracefully; as a ballerina. straight a crooked road can: feel.

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: -I NEW RIVER& N. C (FHTNC) Waltz-gowns Lace-trimmed $$1

-Marine Private First' Class Baby doll PJ'g Satinette.4 to 8

i Richard B. Hornsby son of Mr. Banlon stretch
and Mrs. H. E. Hornsby of 421 ny'Ions'\< or cotton-lacron
sizes to 9
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ton. Fla., participated la a combat Rayons 4 to 10

April training called "Quick exercise Kick during V" off; $4.00 to $11.00BLOUSES 59fi 79*

the coast of Onslow Beach i

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test the military capabilitiesof Our finest selection .- hall.l length
the Atlantic Fleet Marine in
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the are case to win.and what his chances to bring a hot Dalmation. answer 'yes' or "no" to questions electronics: or almost = Thursday, April i 30.: sr' )
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AL FTLLEK asked by the machine anything else, snouid be an Improvement -
fell victim to Doctors at the Unto of Fla about }
patients'
SupPly Our future symptoms
chq physician
will
Medical
128ndJ School have actually
Drug
of 't'hrltt1 There's too much fuss being quickly know what' It seems sUly to spend all t tMother's
that wrong developed which
eight III a battle raised about shortage of clan. with ;you. He'll eyeball you then a computer those years Colling one's brain (Pity poor oT Johnson, though
diagnoses with
protested game rooms. Educators claim reach 95 per .cent ac- Having to check: all around, after
ill a that If over to his computer in academic oil when a box full
rtw> '. manager, Ed Tex the population explosion continues Doe will punch one key denot curacy more The experience machine with has thyroid nowbed of Jumbled up wire and little "lights out," making sure
xtDD protested that not have omeWI la the next decade there lug "ipots" and another for cases than do many phst.clans ceramic do-dads can. do the Job the computers are switched
players did won't be room enough for hall "fever" and a slip of better. off.)
paper and Its infallible
:tad Wed 1 o the him League tn. of the students. win zip out saying "measles. to that experience memoryadds every Just 8 years ago, barely 300computers Let's face facts The real

,Z1officetietpa: In the Just look around and see the Veterinarians 'won't be able to day. were In practical use crises facing our schools= is NOTa Day .
modern trend and ;you'll realize In America Now there
meeting use this are shortage of classroom, but
particular
01 course, a protest that In the next decade there machine, Doctors by using this computl$5$10&up about 10,000 click-clacking and parking spaces. Our leaders of
held and If the Executive won't be half as much need for blinking away In offices and tomorrow are about to foment
thresh the to tor- classrooms. factories all over the country an uprising against our school
Tbl'1n1 will bave All the professional man of Our Gov't. is buying a great system. The student complain
.i game, the future will have to know Is quantity of these and that they are deprived of an education If you do not know what to select '
04010309 which button to push. Insteadof mmi should be good news to all of us. because they can't find a .
y 024 051 x-12 9 needing a sharp mind for With what the human ((7)) brains place for their cars f i
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solving problems, his best asset for Mother's :'
nursday" n I.b tea p- win be a strong finger. e your Day gift, buy one :

S, oil walked away whoa Consider tomorrow' attorney. .
iajy victory over RyderiBentalbyascoreoflM. After b.', made notes pertaining
r seventh win. to his case, hell step .p to OnlyOne of TOGGERY SHOP'S beautiful gift .
ant t Glades his console: electronic computer j,
u I a )oBI as they Jumpedlead and punch few keys to register _

5 runs in the to first Ryder'inning the 4. the Translsters data. will hum (or whatever ; j.ft certificates, and let her make her : t
gain
]der could never they do), tiny lights. will
[ after they jumped out blink aU about like a hot pin- Vote?
IjMin the top half of the tall machine, and !in a second FOR MOTHERS DAYS own selection. I

a coded card will pop out tellingCHRISTIAN
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buck 410 110 1- 8 13 My

s Gas 526 230 x-18 21

lltonday, night's opening FOR GRADUATION Own?
L Parkinson's Dept Store
J* acids to Glades Gas so I TheToggery

[jil that Glades people were players wonder-had I Campaign poorly planned! Insurance, whether } \

I K home or had come FOR JUNE WEDDINGS it is for a family or a business firm, needs
jy to -watch" the ball qualified professional planning. Remember we Shop I

,prklnson's scored 19 SCIENCKRADIO are here to offer this service. It's free It's sen
I is they pounded out 23 -# .
off Cladei' pitcher. Sonny SERIES """ sible! ,
,, 'while Glades' only] run $1
!In the first WSWN 100KC Insurance i r
ji unearned run BELLE!: GLADE Beardsley-Nash Agency
it Parkinson's pitcher
| Durance, shut them out SUNDAYS. lt:4S: Wat BOND STREET JEWELERS Sugarland Highway Clewiston .I
it of the way while allow-
r one hit per Inning b'mlnder '
of the fame. .
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Truck Rental ..
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ate on their way to their t "' 'J 1"r .

victory but Thrifty Drugs _I: at \ ,. '.., .
Lime Ryder's second In- j. 'I!; .;', ,.., J
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1 M he blanked Thrifty 4 ,, @ ., f': I

e!trot two !innings with no L1 t
and no hits, but things _
p loose In the third Inning ." r
ntty' bats rang out for '
I1 in the remainder of the ( ..:? (
while Ryder could man- 'Ir'
loalj 4 hits off Thrifty's .' I
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FIOIU., 80 points
|J,S. S. C Clew., 75 points. ;
J*, T Grant, 71 points. i ? i
WOWP, 69 polntJ.s. ( i iM .
.S. C.Bryant, 65 points
B0k( eelanta! Sugar, 60 points.
3.G. Herald, 50 points
yon rCt *: Williams, 41 I '
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aim fame-WOWY, 881 .
11 lad. Set Clarence :
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toiler 200 lame: Perry .
I*519; Ralph Johnson 500; ,
Br ndon. 201. 538.: Bob r.
r, 202, 526' Curv Martin, '.
3,1 Sage,212, 543; Caresses ,\
223, 51e! ; Wilbur Mlncey,

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league !
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on Tuesday eve- BEDROOMS ..... .
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more than ISO mn. pieces to choose from oval, or "
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bed guys" : aa ,
and chairs
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11.l night to speed the formation of School was broken two out of wins in Martin liThe Sweetest Sugar t
I the new unit A meeting to forman three Sundays during the con Timer Eugene Powers, of India Ever gold

organization Is expected test.A ntown, won a teat on the
soon. social in the Church ball Martin county commission In
The association presented emblems climaxed the contest Tuesday' Democratic primary,
of merit to W. A. Baker The pastor, Rev. Julian Pope, defeating W F. Underhill, Jr.,
and G. R George for their helpIn commended the entire church J.598 to 2039.
fighting tuberculosis In :years for the efforts put forth in this Powers li a dewteton "home
past. and also presented the contest There have been several town boy", who graduated from
local group with a golden key additions to the church membership Oewiston High School, where t* v 1.
to signify its accomplishments: since Rev. Pope has he was very active in Future
In the public health field. been serving as pastor Farmers, student council and
Attending the meeting were other campus organisations. He
W. A. Baker, G. H. George. graduated from the University
.l -.. i Mrs. Anna Mae Jones, Mrs. J Nine Betas attend of Florida with a degree In agriculture
A. McPhail. Mr. Beryl Bowden and is ownewnanager sugar
t t Mrs. J. Fred Baker, Earl of the Indlantown Gas Company.
E. Edwards, and two officials He is the son of the late Eu-
; of the Association In Fort Lau. state conventionThe gen and Isabel Powers, and
derdale. President lent gave brother of Miss Patricia Powers .
an explanation of the formationof of Clewlston. .
the unit. as replacing the CJewiston High School
centralized TB and Health Association Beta! Club sent nine delegatesto
: which abolished its the state convention in Jacksonville
county units several :years ago Friday and Saturday.
to operate from one state head Attending were new president
quarters. Ricky Sexton, vice president DORM EYER'SMOTHER'S .
1 Bill Lawrence. Mike Jordan,
J Bobby Jones, Freeman Hodges,
Representativesattend Bill Baird, Rudy Barton, Dan
McCarthy and Ken Young. Mrs.
meeting Dan McCarthy and Mrs. L. M. DAY

PLEDGES RECEIVING Kltaal ef Jewels. try Mrs. W. W. Carrutlirrs. Jr., and Mr. Weetman accompanied the
Mrs. Anna Mae Jones, administrator
Phi April Harold Qtep. The ImprtwiT ceremonies were group.
the Bt PI Chapter ef Beta Sigma of Hendry General There were approximately 500deleal.et
K Included Mrs. John Black Mrs Frank Gn.rei at toe tea .f Mrs. Richard Baker. '
Hospital;:\ and: M'rs Margaret at the convention. The Sell E
-sTAFF PHOTO. Bration
Mackin, anatsihcUst' : trended: a program) consisted of a talent
Southeastern: Hospital Conference show, welcome end presentation
. Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS tlewiston. Fla the punchbowl on the refreshment in Jacksonville last week. of candidates for state officersthe
Thursday May 7, 1964 SeMtan One table. The conference was fw technicians first night; a conferencenext
About thirty-five guests wre and administrators of morning and a banquet, at ROYAL'SWhere
present to enjoy the evening hospitals Florida, Mississippi, followed by a dance that eve
here with his parents, Mr. and with the bonoree.Tuberculosis. Alabama, Georgia, Lwlslana ning.
Mrs. Thomas B. Owens. and Tennessee and wss conducted The Beta members enjoyedthe

Weekend guests in the homeof Wednesday': Thursday and convention and came borne Ira always a pleasure to servo you.
iiifRSONlS Mr. and Mri. W. W. Sage group Friday. with many new Ideas, such as
were their son-in-law and daughter organizing this district's Beta
plans organization
Tech. Sgt and Mrs. E. E. Clubs. See large selection
our of
Allen and sons, Gary, David, .An eastern Hendry county Contest underwayNorthaide The state officers for this :year
Bruce and Eric, from Patrick unit of the Tuberculosis: and are Murray Brown, New Smyr
AFB, Cocoa Beach. Respiratory Disease Association ChurchThe na Beach, president: Joan Car Dormeyer Appliances.
will be activated in Clewlston rard, Okeechobee, vice president )J ? C77
and Paula Strickland, $ | All atSPECIAL
:l. C. Blair C. B. Owens Dr. Miss Garrett fetedin In the very near future In response Sunday School Department Apopka secretary.The .
Interest which
to
:Mike Herring and Jimmy Davis was of the Northside Baptist Clewlston Club is already
spent Sunday in Lehlgh Acres shower FridayA created by results of X-Ray Church, under !the direction of planning to send a group of SALE PRICES
tests made recently.
where Boo Chester Johnson has completed
they enjoyed golfing. delegates to the convention next
miscellaneous bridal shower When it was learned that a three _b' contest to and
even run a candidate
year may
Mrs. Walter Schmidt and son, honoring Mae Linda Garrettwas there were 11 active cases of boost attendance. The goal was In the state election.
Christopher\ of Tallahassee are given by women from the. tuberculosis in Hendry countya to see who could bring the largest Officers for next year, chosen
visiting her parents, Mr and Missionary Group of the Assembly ( number four times as great number to Sunday School: in at a recent meeting, ire Ricky
Mrs. Clyde Egley, who met her the national average), vehicle. The Steam-Dry-Iron
of God Friday evening in as a one largest number Sexton, president; Bill Law $1099
In, Punta Gorda Sunday. the Fellowship Hall at the number concerned citizens responded was brought In by Mr. and rence, vice president; Sue Guthrie :. \\ reg. $17.95
to the need for Mrs. Dwaln of Bar Beach
an organization Jolly
Mr and Mrs. Bobby Swindle church. secretary; and Elaine Mc-
to help control this who brought 1$ in
persons a
and children of Mobile, Ala., Conville, treasurer.
Mrs. Glenn Archer and Mrs.
disease! locally. pickup truck on April 19th. The
are spending this week with his James KImbrel assisted In planning DORMEYER Wkllf '
Since tuberculosis is a.-\:: :
father, J. E. Swindle, his broth very contagious ..... HAIH. ..
the party and Mrs. Eugene madeat Elec. Skillet
emphasis is being
Dries your hair quickly,
conrenlentlrwith
en Calvin. Eddie and Billy,
Hiitgson, Mrs. John TUlman $15.77Reg.
and their families. present on detecting new whlaper-aultt smoothness. Beautifully reg. $24.95
and Mrs Gilbert Stiles presidedat
cases and In spreading Inks styled vanity out of high Impact
Mr. and Mis. Glenn Ethertou the refreshment table where mation on the nature and con plutle U completely s.lfitorlncready _
and Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Judd punch, cake, nuts and' mints trol of, the disease. to travel with you anywhereat
and daughter Ellen spent were served.Linda : Charles W. Lantz, presidentof r a moment's notice and many, many more

Sunday at Fort Myers Beach, opened and displayed the Broward-Glades-Hendry $26.95
returning by way of Lehlgh the many lovely gifts which association said the incidence: manager: DON STILES
Acres, where they stopped lor were arranged on a table covered of tuberculosis In Hendry county
dinner. with yellow linen cloth. amounts to an epidemic. He
Wedding bells decorated the and Mrs. Vera K. Webb, managing -
John Owens of the Pensacola table and also formed an attractive director of the association :
Naval Base spent the weekend arrangement flanking met with a small group of


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Mrs. Deals J 0j. left with the Trap *f 17 prams abs ,
-< broattt to Sunday Seal hi. MM vehicle reO,.. Mrs. Jofly'igrmip -
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i 'y overlook oil our'faults faithful through
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T Her lore. however r. Is turpotied.by
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b ; : By your fine vote and support on May 5, you God. N

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: have selected me as your Democratic nominee for "'. in ,that' while/ w* were yet' sinners/ ,
Christ, died for us." Romani 5:8:


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<''r ture. I assure you that this fine vote of confidence M5 A.M. HENRY Bible 407 School HORRELL Royal Palm 8:00:FORD.Avenue P.M.Minister Youth Fellowship ,

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in service Robertou of Route 2; Moore His unit Seventh Js Fleet. which a beginning: has not yet Ocber. LaQulta Mazzlna Donna Marie Webb driver's license Clewiston Fla.! THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page rive)
Boys Haven visited a part cf the been made to eradicate the Morrison. Steve Sexton. Ceana 135
Mombasa Kea "Concord ; Solomon E. Lewis, Improper Thursday May 7, 1984 Section: One
Squadron"
lioMME RICHARD ya, AprU 20-23' while serving nuking which Is disease Malaria is not a spectacular Tomeu, Karen Holland. Gayle change of lane, $25 or 10 .L
vss? BOri Earl D. Robet'IOft, with Attack Squadron 192 operating to everM\ .goo<, 'will"visits disease; Its victims: Poland, Cesar Martinez Bar- days, Howard Sutton, public ,
C mate third In the Western Pacific: tadian Ocean.ports bordering on the how no wounds or mutilations. bars McDavid. Nancy CorbIn drunk, $25 or 10) day, Willie
lIt10D oatsWaln' British H* /will visit the It comes to them as they sleep Nina Duckett! Joe Lee Danny Gann; public drunk, 125 or 10
AprU 27-29 Protectorate of Aden on in the quiet of the night, carried Moss, Bobby Kedlsh Steve Ben. days; Jessie Ctuutiuoeykiw: Owner must sell

by a mosquito less driving: $2$, Ronald D.
with Fruited The Seventh 9th
Rice Fleet In Grade-David Beardsley
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Supreme There are thousands of mala-
Wheeler, leaving scene: of accident
Ham East is \the world largest open ria experts and workers now Lynwood Bishop, Susan But 123 or 10 days; Ronald D 3 bedroom 2 bath home

over sting half naval the earth's force and surface patrols engaged established in the eradication the World program Cox.chart, Valerie Barbara Crofut Clark., Carolyn Frank Wheeler careless driving; and 1250 sq. ft. with 800 more in 2-car garage -
by causing an accident,, $1250 or
Health Organization. Three offensive Hunt Bruce McConville Tommy S days, and 5 days, pardoned it and workshop.. Partly furnished,
weapons are being used Mann, Tony Miller Kay he deposited driver's license: with complete kitchen "
TO THE to combat the disease drainageto Owens David Taylor Buddy
: with hlef of Pollee for 30 days;
t f>iRS[ ( remove breeding places for Thompson Dianne Williams James R. Summers public 3 lots [,
mosquitoes) DDT and drugs. Michael Bennett Carol Davidson .
drunk 125. beautifully built and immaculate 1
Denna Wood.
Although s billion people
over
Willie Green unlawful speed,
Terms be
are still threatened with malaria can arranged.-
Mr. S. 10th Grade-Linda Johnson. $30; Robert Taylor allowing
If Stalls ultimately this disease will unauthorized to drive
BUI Baird person
The Owlston Rudy Barton Jimmy
r. NewsClewiston be conquered. Crockard: Marlon Crofut, $25 or 10 days; Lawrence G. "
Florida McLeod. careless driving $12.50 "
Dear Don Edwards Mary Beth Fry .
Sonny
: Marcia Fetch Freeman Hodges, or 5 days and 10 days, conditional Call
The members of the Sugar Electric pardon provided he deposit
XI La Co-op Bobby: Jones, Michael Jordan .
land Singers would like to express Dan McCarthy Mary Louise driver's license with Chief of ,1<1,
their awrecation! to you Slas, Kenneth Young Police for SO days: Arvil L.
and your newspaper for the fine asks new permit Green speeding (12.50 or 5 days; )J. E. BEARDSLEY ',
cooperation and excellent pub- 11th Grade-Sandra nell Jimmy Thelma Humphries, careless '\
licity that was given us for our Glades Electric Cooperative Bb'e: '! Sheila Isbel Harold driving and causing accident REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKE :.
recent show at the high school Inc, has asked for a Department Jones, Elaine McConville, Bill $25 or 10 days!; Willie Manning J
gymnasium. of the Army permit to Perry Rick Sexton, Joanne driving while Intoxicated $300 E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2.7501

+s We were very pleased with erect a new aerial transmission Wood, Sandra Brasher Janice or 60 days and driver's license ,
the response the public gave us cable line over the Caloosa- Carlin, Elizabeth Rogers Sue revoked for 90 days.

in coming hear us sing, we hatchee Canal about 450 feet Guthrie

estimate we had a crowd of south of the A C. L. railroad 12,b Grade-Beverly Preston
around 325. We feel that this bridge at Moore Haven. Anita Parrlsh. Phyllis Crouch ,
lJlt."
.. ,. was to a large degree due to Col. H. R. Parrltt. District Jackie Goldman, Chris Kelly,
; the fine coverage you gave us. Engineer, Corps of Engineers Bonnie Knowles, Cheryl Lee
i We would l like to complimentyou ) has issued a public notice of Michael Mazzlna. Tommy enjoying yo '
Supreme with Fruited Rice calls tar tender pink pre : for this gesture of unselfish the request 1. to permit any who Moore, Sandra Pace Glenlce

lected ham tart-sweet seasoned prunes with, mustard the new, soft thick withkind..) public service, and we would oppose its being granted to file Raulerson Barbara Rlgby Fred vacation?

luscious to,cap it all is fluffy rice flashed with onion and poultry like to feel that /we can be their protest on or before May Rlgglo, Robert Thompson. h
l seasoninr.Theo The baking deliciously merges the flavors and then worthy of It by our contributionto 29, 1964.
serve the ham hot and hearty full of savor and breathing the community life of our Col. Parfltt said the new aerial
you reen beans and a salad and there's a area. County gets
s course to make line !is to replace one erected
| everyone content.
nun Sincerely
under a permit issued In 1946.
I mat. him site,end IV* raps yivkig pre .seked ties L. O VAUGHN, JR"Director., The new 12/5 XV transmission racing fundsState
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utkipooM pnpn4 wutatd I sot .11. aloa .
N sap kaisaeit line would provide a minimum E.
1 sue elume.e Plae petals Comptroller Ray
eve Ian.1 .aeu I *.I.P OB. Mailer MuulnfI vertical clearance under the Green said today checks totaling
All MI .1ua...PW.d pouts 4lwa Health topics lowest wire of 75 feet above the $34.000 are being mailed. to
I i IV4' sop wattf normal pool elevation of 85 feet each of the 67 counties as their
with clean damp cloth place flat In covered MALAKIA above leveL The
Wipe ham slice UNDER SIEGE!: mean sea share of the race track tax fund.
baking dish. Spread with mustard; cover"with prunes andddde aerial would be supported on an
with brown sugar. Add alt to water and bring topoint Malaria in on the move-toward existing pole on each bank of The comptroller said the
:ioilInr Remove from heat and add rice; stir with fork. oblivion. The greatest counties have received a total
the the of <.
waterway, highest erus
KCortr. let stand 10 minutes Saute onion In butter until loft world-wide of of $212.000 thus Car this year. I
idd poultry seasoning. Stir onion mixture into rice mix well. eradication program! ,disease which is about 80 feet above the 'which is sn increase of $19,000 w ,, T 1 Es
Spread over prunes. Cover. Bake at 375 degrees<> minutes.) : ever attempted is 'UI'rOUIIdinIlfWncL over payments for the same ; r Ml
Garnish with halved plumped prune. Hue 6 servings. gradually and determinedly wlp. No public hearing is plannedon period during the previous fiscal
InC out malaria.
the application and anyone
year.,
Thirty years ago \mere were desiring to submit a protest
100,000 cases of malaria In the should do so la writing to the The payments to date also l !
U. S. with about 5,000 deaths District Engineers Corps of top the total payments of $206)(I
each year some 350 of these Engineers. P. O 'Box 4970, Jacksonville 800 received by the'counties

Thanks who voted occurring: Florida. Last )year 1, Fla on or before during 1962-63. which was a make
to everyone there were 100 cases and one May 29, 1M& record ;year. Two more distributions
death are to be made Green
In Europe with a population said One will be June I, and FLORIDA :
[ for me and supported me Tuesday. of almost $50 million malariahas CHS Honor Rojl the final one 'will be June 30. 1

become almost nonexistent Sin NX Weeks-19<34 home for your BUSINESS and FAMILY! 1
Complete eradication
of the
Inner Circle (tat least 5 A',. City Docket
and wishes disease within two year is expected I IFlorlda'i
Congratulations good 1 B allowed):
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In many Middle Eastern Florida' sunshine has no comparisonl But did you know that
7th Grade-Unda Sparks. Cases disposed of by Acting
and North African best climate "Is Its business climate Check the facts. \
nations. 8th Grade Eugene Hlne, Patrick City Judge Carlos Dickey on Compare them with your State Industrial advantages In relation .I j
| to the winner. Only five years ago Greece Kelly Ricky Miller. Wednesday, .April 24, included to your business or Industry "
had million of malaria ,
one cases I II
? 9th Grade-Mary Katherine Johnny Green allowing unauthorized -
with 10,000 deaths, and to- to drive$75, and FLORIDA I FAVORABLETAX r STRUCTURE' FOR BUSINESS IS LESS THAN ,, l fl' j
day most of the country is free Lee.10th person HALF THAT IN AN AVERAGE OF ALL 10 STATES.
Grade-BUI Lawrence. allowing unauthorized person to
M. M. (Mack) McCall of the disease. Outer Circle (at least I B'., display his driver's license: $35; FLORIDA GUARANTEED FREE ENTERPRISE MANPOWER PROVIDESTHOUSANDS I IY
Anti-malaria operations are 1 C allowed): Frank McNeley public drunk OF WILLING. WORKERS READY FOB YOUR INDUSTRY.

proceeding: in 85 countries or 7th'' Grade Barnls Bryan $25 pi;; 10 days, Ferrell Smith FLORIDA'S PERSONAL INCOME HAS GROWN Ulft SINCE WO.
,,# ,< \ erritories throughout the world.Even Hayward Rich Jim Brandon Indecent exposure $35 or 10 j
,1 'oC" FLORIDA BOASTS Of A 20 BILLION' DOLLAR SPACE INDUSTRY AND
so, there are countries in
Glddens public I
Ronnie Hooks Byron Wilder days; 'Troy A GROWING U BILLION DOLLAR CONSUMER MARKET. f'I
I e ., Evelyn Hornsby, Glen Frldgen drunk $25 or 10 days; Jame.
Gerry Weaver Steffanle Willis. R Cook, public drunk. $25 or 10 Equally Important Is your own health and the happiness of your
8th Grade-Randy Cockrlll days; Everett Wlltaln, expired family. Where else but In Florida can you expect to greet each
Deborah Comrle Mary Alice driver's license $35; Clara day with sunshine each day with a nsw zest for living and i I

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,,1. :.., FOR SALE t L's' fh Congratulations Jack

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I i Two 1960 '/ -ton GMC pickup I extend my sincere congratulations to you as


{ i trucks In good condition.Truck Representativeelect.I .

ate't'r' f

No. 3, license No. 60GK95 I all those who supported me to join me as

Truck No. 7, license No. 60GK94

r .--- we rally together behind our Representative.
NEWLY INSTILLED OFFICERS ., the Beta MO Herring treasurer; and Mn. Robert
Trucks are equipped with 4-speed transmission, PI (Chipfer Beta Sigma PW Include left .. MeCoUey, Civil Defense Retiring president
; heavy duty clutch, and overload springs on rear. right Mrs. Van Cothera. extension officer! Mrs Cotbera. nerved .. Installing officer In I think too much of our democratic
They may be seen at office of Glades Electric Mn. Frank Motley, recordingsecretary' Mn. the ceremonies. held on April 25 at the home process to be
Mike Mfllcerlc, president; Mn. Richard Bak of Mr and Mn. Richard Biker.
in Moore Haven.
rf: Co-op respondingsecretary.er, Tics president; and' Not Mrs shown John. Black are Mrs cor -STAFF PHOTO. bitter in any way. I feel real l good toward all the

Bids, identifying the truck or trucks by license
4f': number, will be received until 12 noon on Thursday Bowlers) guestsat people in Hendry County.
: May 21.
Bridal shower at Fellowship Hall dinner
The board of directors of Glades Electric Co-op party
i I# reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Members of the Potashnlck- sincere to all
My appreciation friends
honors Chris Giddens June bride-elect Badgett bowling team of the my who
., I'r Happy XII League and their
husbands were guests of the
I f'fi. Miss Chris Giddens. whose bride and groom bsnsath a company at a dinner party at worked so hard in my behalf.
,. wedding to Dr. Lionel Beatty, wedding! arch.Mi. The Clewiston Inn Thursday
will take place June 14, was .. Giddens was presented evening.Mr. .
honoree at a delightful: bridal .
and Mrs. Joe Brasher,
: with a white orchid ex-sage;
shower given at the Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buslck and
t\: her mother Mr. C. M. Clddens
a Hall of First Baptist Church and her fla ace's: moth:. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Earl !Byrd were
Thursday evening. the honor guests, but the Byrdi
i Betty Beatty wore white carnaUon Frank Polhill
Pastel colors were used in coriafei. were unable to attend.
decorations and Others present were Mr. and
party accessories. -
F The honoree opened and displayed
The guests were greeted at the many gifts, which Mrs. Paul McCabe Mr. and
the door near which a table was decorated Mrs. Jimmy Vann, Mr. and
the gift table with
i THANKS arranged with the guest book, their attractive ribbons: and Mrs. Marvin Booker and Mr.
which was presented to the bride wrapping! and Mn. Orble Evans Mr. and
,t,' ai a memento of the occasion.A : Mn. Bernard Corbin were unable
low crystal' bowl of gardenias hostesses at the party were to attend.
was used on the table. Mri. J. E. Baker MM. Leon Mrs John Rentchler, wit. of ,

j t Friends, for the wonderful vote and The bride'i table of decorated from whichrefreshments LaByer Mri.Bembry M.,, Mri.Mn.C. Dote E.Filbert!: M.Mn.Corvette Jordan ROM,, the project Taylor,manager both of,Fort and Mrs.Otho Lau-.

cakes sherbet punch, nuts and Mri. Leslie Miller and Mrs. derdale Joined their husbandsor
j, mints were served, was over.laid Harry Schlck. the dinner.

i support you gave me on May 5th. with with a blue an arrangement cloth, and centered of Attending Etherton were, Isabel Misses Martinez Beverly Stars celebrate
pink flowers with a JJI1IIWunBusiness :
Jackie Goldman, Debbie Kemp,
Penny Ronan, Ann Miller Barbara chapter birthday
Knowlei, and Patricia
Sutton Mn. Charlie Martinez, Members of Sugarland Chap
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Lots Mn. N. J. McElroy, Mn. Fred ter Order of Eastern Star, will
G. H. SMALL Topper, Mri. Warner Hayes, celebrate the chapter birthdayat
,, 75'xlOO' to 20' Alley Mn. Bill Thomas Mn. J. E. the next- meeting, Monday
t .. evening May 11th.
from Parkinson Frierson Mrs Jack Rogers
across All charter members have
; Mrs W. A. Jones, Mn. Richard an
f' Phelps, Mrs Van Cothern. Jr., especial Invitation to be present
Dade-Monroe Mrs Lavon Booth, Mn. W. J. said Mrs. Helen Dickey, worthy
: Realty Jackson. Mri. 'M. C. Vowel, matron
i Mn. Robert M. Glddeni. Mn.
i 309 W. Sugarland Hwy Raymond Cox, Mn. C. M. Gid- BIRTHDAY GREETINGS
YU 32941r'i dens. Mri. Betty Beatty. Mrs
'. Robert J. Dickson, Mrs chap May 7-X. W. Clark Frances I
t H Miller, Mrs. J. E.!: Spooner, Thomas Susie Roland. {
f" May fr-Lum. Dalton Mrs.
Jr., Mn. R. C. Nowling. Mrs.G. .
i Gloria Emerson, H. H. Avant.
E. Etherton Mn. T. H. Following the primary four in
May 10-Roger Holoubek. years
Jones, Jr., and Mn. Danny ago, my

.",''f; Arthur. Hlleman.wlnla May Spurlln ll- ,arbara Jack Wynn Cato, Ruth Ed- Thank You adv I said: 'With the wonderful support


,1 j'':. >. Engagement tha May Ellen 12.-Gtnna Shows,Sexton Shirley Mar O. you have given me in my campaign for officeI
Bergeron. Delores .
Williams.May
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'I' Lynda 13 Wilkins-Thomas Morris C. ,Adams Jean, I cannot help but make a good sheriff'

I Guthrle, Chester
Adams Lynda
f.r Gelger. During these four I have tried hardto
May 14-Joyce Sutton. years very

r f I::1: y Sugarland Pharmacy be a good sheriff and the wonderful support and


..''."'. ,,I PIZZAYU vote you gave me Tuesday makes me realize that

,I ,', 41; 2.3311 together we can maintain good law enforcementin


U ,a. Hendry county.
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,,1 iSHINFoRVIJiOtI I will continue to do my very best, and again I

I'I e thank you for your wonderful support.

I Boots Guides Gas lea
t Fishing Tackle Supplies

Your wonderful endorsement of my candidacy for MISS SandersFarrerMr. BONJA SANDERS Johnson'sFishing Camp Earl S. Dyess, sheriff


.:'\ superintendent desire for improvement and Mrs. Clyde F. Sander Clewiaton. rio. -
expressess your
1925 Thompson Street, Lansing .
Michigan announce the engagement

t in our school system. Sonja Ann of to Mr.their James daughter Leo,
Farrer of Eagle Lake, Florida.
Miss Sanders is graduate of '
South Eastern Bible College, Complete Line Of
Lakeland. Florida and has at-
tended Florida Southern
I am sure that our school teachers and all other lege. She li presently employedas Col Building Material
a second: grade teacher at ,
dewlston Elementary' School.

4 r school personnel have the same desire and with of Mr.South Farrer Eastern is also Bible a graduate College iL .

and Is presently employed in

: : :l the of our and citizens we will Eagle June Lake.A 27th. wedding; li plan k t For Large or Small
r support parents of ned God.at the dewiston! Assembly rl' '' e Concrete Jobs, Our Radio

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work
together to bring locally: and all friends are cordially
: ; Invited to attend.
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FOR, SALE-New KImball Spinet dewlston.. IT*. THE CLEWISTON NEWS:
Pace Seven Now that your mother Is goo*.
ILASIEiiDiIs YU Organ 2-4781.$895. Holdridg Ma280FOR Music Thursday Kay 7. 1964 Section One You will have to start anew

I Because you will have to do
the things f

SALE-Payrol) envelope, HarlenNews Newsolored She used to do for you.
printed with form far social i

security, withholding and other You will remember the time you

RATES: Four tween Corona and Pacific Stat deductions. Box of 500. diwliton"- Scold her and she turned and

(LASSIFIED word per insertion. 70eeoU Call collect: Lee Wilson! 844- 20 home BLUM It SONS PLASTERING.Very News office tf of Our : Community walked away

ceau minimum per charge: four 1nsertioDi 6351, Lake Park, Fla. tie site acre Best Work- MRS. JANIE S. OAJADHA Colored News Editor: For she knew that you would .
01 three. near Moore Haven on We Saw You Money need herOn
for the price SR78 FOR SALE-Amana room air- Phone Y U 2-76S1
Plastering, Simulated Stone
PHONE YUkon 3-1201 FOR SALETwo Frank Denmead Realer Stucco-Free Estimate conditioner. Year round mod Honor RoB for UM Fifth Church Indlantown was the a needy future day.
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_. wbo'eclaalfied" ode ipi 3-bedroom homes, one YU 2-3421 Licensed and Insured heats.el. Reverse cycle. Cool and Six Weeks at Harlem. Academy guest of Rev. Holmes, Sunday Can you remember on Mother's) 1

pear III & t frame, one cement block 25 Years In Business Call 2-2681 after 5 p.m. Find Gride-Mrs. Eva E. Day I

,, pick ap tire plea one North side US 27, one FOR RENT-Nlce shady Trailer 3850 Lora Street or on Saturday tfc TIsdale and :Mr, L. E. Welters, May 3rd. He was guest speakerat Her eyes overflowed with tears .
Theitre,
lilt DUle Cryatal.* the Newt on South side. Both excellent spaces. Moore Haven Trailer Fort Myers, Fla. tic FOR SALE-1957 Knox 41'x:', Instructors: Vernon H. Kelly, the evening worship. The By the fact that she hoped t

eeDlPlimeDIa Passes Diad'be nished.condition.Financing Both partially can be fur.ar- Park. Call WH 64191.Mayl4p ED '7-0171 or OX 4-2874 2 bedroom house trailer. C. F. Claudette Dixon Mathinlel J. pastor and delegates! left the You would love her all throughthe I

aDd neatr. Wedne.- ranged. Blair. Call YU 3-1501. Cole, Eleanor ip. Lithe Week city: Monday morning for Cincinnati ;y.ar"
eaDr4 for before IF ITS UNIFORMS see us first ley, ''John Henry Bummer, I

teR Frank Denmead. Realtor Abner H. Vann Nurses Beauticians Waitress, FOR SALE: ReconditionedPiano. Catherine Ford, Metals Gain- : Ohio, where they will So to you who have mother

YU 2-3421 FOR RENT Furnished! two Maid, Doctor' and Barber's Upright $195. Hold- ous, Margaret dark Deborah attend the General Conference Expect them, sometime on :you

bedroom beachside cottagesat Jackets. The only uniform shop ridge Music: YU 3-4781. ItoWAITRESS WeeUey. Annette Wright. Ver- Annual May Day Procrant to be bad. I
for miles around. LIIiNIE'SUNIFORM But think nothing of It,
DEMAND GREATER THAN Fort Myers Beach. Mrs. J. tera Llttlei. Debra Askew Cal Presented by High School department

EVER for houses,, acreage, C. GUI. 2433 First St, Fort SHOP, 1635 Hendry vin Castleberry, Randy Freeman Schedule of activities For they are the best friends
businesses. We have Myers Street. Fort Myers. Janltfo Walter Johnson, Edgar you ever had. I
customers Fla. ED 5-4381. Mayfflc and teams, May 3, 1964. Mrs. .

waltlll,. List your property with Kerr, Melvin :Roblson. Gwendolyn H. Davis, presiding For It la not how much you give I
FOR
vs. J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU RENT-One bedroom ef.flclency Net $350. per wk. Second Grade-Mrs. D. W. Devotion song, audience; her; j

2-7501. tic apartment utilities Hill, Instructor: Karen Denise prayer; song, "Row Row Row The thoughtfulness has been on '
furnished. established local business
r Couple only. Phone Going & Wei-
Sanders, James Sylvester "
sacs YU 24881. tf0 with excellent profit Your Boat, audience: her part, 1
Littles DelethaA.
215 Acres picture. Start making money ton. Sellers L. Activities! -Indoor: But the fact should be strongly
Cleared
FOR RENT-<>ne bedroom trailer the day you take over. Rhode. PearUe M. Cotton, Coed volleyball 1:15: to 2:30: ; known

,tEAt nun FOil SALE Adjoining City $45 per month; utilities All equipment fixtures and Sterling Johnson, Whltfleld square dancing 2:00: to 2:30: ; That you have given It from I
supplies plus! 2 bedroom Dark Samuel Askew Sylvia A.
For furnished. Adults only YU 2- folk dancing 2:30: to 3:00.: your heart
sub-dividing. apartment $8,500 Hermon Edward Galnous,
HEAL ESTATE 4250. adjoining. Hill Activities Outdoor: I
NORTHSEDE home or Investment Frank Deamead Realtor lip total price. Wit WNTEDL WEtf Guan Darling Rogers Margie Sack races 1:13: to 1:30: ; stick The P. T. A. Preienla I
YU 2-3421 FOR RENT Frank Denmead Realtor McClaln Debra P. Lee Env Mme. Gallmon Cook
property. priced consldrably -2 and 3 room fur- races. 1:30: to 1:43: ; shot shot Edna I
under market.NORTHSIDES nlshed apartment Phone 2- YU 2-3421 mette LaGrant Jones Lenora of Washington! D. c.. in con
WANTED-Glade* put 1:45: to 2:00: ; discus, 2:00: I
bedroom frame. FOR SALE-Duplex apartment 1271. tfC Restaurant. See Tony. Toulls. Weekley. to 2:30: ; 50yd. dash (girls), 2.00: cent: Tuesday night May 12.
.
lushed. Immaculate. house on 50 ft corner lot SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom Third Grade-Mrs. M. R. Me- at the Recreation Center at 8
FOR tic to 2:30: ; 100-yd. dash (boys). 1
KORTHSIDE bedroom frame, 4500. 400 E. Trinidad. YU 2- RENT-5 room house fur made. Complete line of Cray and Miss V. Randolph. Instructors 2:00 to 2:30. p.m. The Artist will be accompanied

4250. Itp nished. Call YU 2-1236. tfc drapery and slip cover fabrics. WAITRESS WANTED-Apply to : : Theodora Mack, Mar : : by Samuel Stevens and I
9'0011- Band exhibition and drills
ACREAGE as available. ROOMS FOR RENT Can YU Free estimates. Call YU :2-5831. Gary Scott Thrifty Drug tic sha Sasser, Isabella Tarver 2.30: to 3:00: ; swimming meet, his Gospel Organ Dayton Ohio
2-BEDROOM 2 Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand Patrick Coleman, Barbara the original Singing Son of i
ACRES. NEW 2-6881. tie 2:45: to 3:43.Schedule .
I 540 WAITRESS :
Acres
AND CASHIER '
home. Hardwood Upholstery tfcPETE'S Sykes, Judith O. Hilton, Anne L. Filth Mobile, Ala., plus Harry
frame of
bath teams tor coed
Adjacent to Clewiston. Frank Vandl wanted. Apply to Gary Scott. Tarver, Evelyn Clark, Marilyn : Kent Williams, W. M. Y. :R..

lloorl.S2S Cleared. Suitable for Cabinet Shop. Custom Thrifty Drugs. tfc Scott, Charles Burrows, Jr., volleyball: Disc Jockey and the famous All
rHA HOMES In Broward, subdividingwill FOR RENT-SmaH house Fur- made cabinets. Formica specialist. Team (A.-Earl) Oobbs, Gene
Emilia Johnson, Jeanette Keatoes Star Master Singers Popular
Palm Beach and Dade counUM consider: Smaller Tracts. Dished or unfurnished, $35 Remodeling kitchens.No George R. Berner Lee. ve Hamilton, Lee Dixon Barbara !
Cynthia admission.
various sizes and price Fronting U.S. 27 per month. See Mr*. Sloan 433 Job too big or too anal Free OLDER WHITE LADY wanted Fourth Grade-Mrs. W. L. Wilson, Edward Frailer,

Small cash payment Frank Denmead Realer E. Trinidad or call H. P. John- estimate 118 Central Ave. YU for housekeeping/ Bradenton Davis and Mrs. B. S. Bobo. Instructors Joseph :Mitchell, Elizabeth Bo- Band Concert
and YU 23421JMlKtATtFOlJENt
fOR RENT Efficiencies ton tfo 24421.: May210 area. Live in. permanent position. : Gwendolyn F. 'John- bo. Mary Lewis. Harlem Academy prelentaIta
houses as available.Over Team (B) Anthony Davis, band in concert Sunday
FOR RENT One bedroom Write William A. WhIte son, Celestlna A. Black: :BrendaD.
1.000 vacant lots to select house Bernice Johnson, Ernest Graham May 17. at 4 p.m. in the school: .
905
Orlando Ave., Bradenton Dixon, Bettye Washington
trailer. Call
YU 32441.
tor all purposes. Various Itp Thelma Mitchell Freddie Band
(torn Fla. May28p Audrey Williams, Rosa M. gymnatortum. Benefit

prices. Term.oNVESrWNT. FOR RENT-Three room furnished ssr' Chrichlow, Mary J. Horace Allen, Janle Young, Winnie Uniform Fund. We are expecting I

AND INCOME: apartment. Can be WANTED Fulltime housekeep James Hart. Lester McMillan, Sheard, Ernestine Mitchell a large audience: to witness i

PROPERTY. seen at 408 E. Ventura. Itc er. Come talk it over. Kle Freddie Scott Julus Franklin Harlem Academy Celebrate this very fine program. Please I
I3OO'MONTHLY RENTAL. :Recent Hathcock.: tic come and bring family and
m Robert Ward, Patricia Clark. your
"Mar Day" en Mar 5th
CBS construction, $25,000. FOR RENT-New 10'x56" house friends. Get your tickets: froma I
Fifth Grade-Mr. W. J. Scott:
want WAITRESS WANTED The May Day activities! began
at Canebrake. :
TERM, low interest! 'trailer with two bedrooms.
LONG By and Mr. H. L. McKlre hnstrue'tors member of the band parents
(arm, cane, grove and ranch week or month. YU 2-3421. tfoGLADES Apply in person tfc : Oliver Wilma Faye, Patricia Tuesday morning, May 5th club or a member of the band.
with the elementary department
mortgages, minimum 150,000. WAITRESS WANTED at Old A. McCoy, Bobby Gray (
NEEDEDJ. t I In charge, from 9:00: a.m. Card of Thanks '
LISTINGS iII' .
South Bar- Ranch. Lovvorn N. Dixon -
.Q Must Helen Lewis
M. LANKFORD until, 12:10: p.m. The day began I wish to express my sincere
--- be between 21 and 45 years of Gloria M. Moore, Bra 1y '
with short devotion after to
Real Estate Broker FOR RENT-Furnished cabins a thanks and deep appreciation
530 Ker.East Sugarland HighwayFire and trailers. Johnson Fishing: ,, FOR SALE Packard: sedan, age. Contact Carroll Benson tfoNEEDED Hart, Pauline Harris, Edwin ,which the crowning: of the MayDay my many friend for their p:.

Auto and General Camp. YU 21181. tie : 'l beautiful condition, new battery Mack, Vernlta Grade Klngcade.Mr. L. T. lien- Queen who reigned throughout thoughtfulness and kindness, the
Insurance new generator. Ready to Sixth the day The May Day day I opened for business In /

Clewiston. Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 FOR RENT-Trailers and Trail Ii drive. Immaculate: Interior demon and :Mr. W. L. Fall-ley Queen was selected by popular my new location. With your inspiration.

er spaces. :Royal Palm Trailer : Iro Priced to sea See at "Chuck" Instructors: Dwight Jackson, vote from the elementary department I am looking forwardto

FOR SALE OR RENT-New duplex Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tfc Wells Motor Co. tf I Emanuel Jones, Anthony Mack.: The May Day Queen a bright future. May God
Sandra Newton,
three bedroom. Carport Jonas Austin was Leola Heart, an honor student bless each and all of you.Respectfully .
FOR RENT One bedroom trail. FOR SALE-One 14 ft Thompson b Leola Hart, Eddie Pope, Bart-
be-
St.
Location: Obispo from the sixth grade and ,
er. dean, quiet Phone YU ANNOUNCEMENTS I l'' Mls boat and trailer. 1963 ley Gray Isiah Hill, Michael was crowned by the student Mrs J. S. Cajadha.

2-1238. tfc 18 hp Johnson motor. Lonni Kerr, Evelyn Baldwin, Guy 1
council: president, Katie :Mitchell
425 Acres of Highly improved Ford. tie Rogers, Henry Lewis. Church: members and friends I
MERCANTILE and honor student of the
FOR. RENT OR SALE-2 bedroom COMPANY -
Seventh Grade Mr, F. Jones ,I
pasture Over % mile of Mrs. Leroy Holme regret
FOR Senior Class. The elementary
authorized SALE-Drume. used. Complete
Sewing
trailer. Sleeps 5. With Singer
fronting on U.S. 27. Five and Mrs. W. M. Lee, Instructors much to know that she Is
very
Machine set $135. Holdrldge Music program for the first half of the !i
Aluminum Cabana and screen dealer's agent will
miles from Clewiston. HElP ,WANTED.: MEJ( : Roger McCray: :Ralph B. ill and at present on leave from,
Frank Denmead Realtor room. Price Is right Write Box. service sewing machine In YU 24781. Itc' Hill Gloria Johnson, Connie day: tier regular duties Mrs. Holmes j;
YU 2-3421 XX dewiaton News Box 1236, Clewiston area every Saturday, Song, "America; prayer, Anthony
Johnson, Mavis Lockett Cynthia of faculty of .;
L CAMERAS FOR SALE-Argus 1* a member the :
:R. Mack
Clewiston. tfc Phone WY 6-5639. Belle Glade : ; scripture,
AT ONCE-Full Kitchen, Bertha Sasser, School. She III
Gar $20, flashgun $6. Kodak or Dwrlght Jackson; crowning of Lake Shore High

Ito Tourist 5,1/800: $25, flashgun part time nan or woman to Barbara Admas, Melvin Jones the queen, Katie Mitchell; duet 1* convalescing: at the home t,

$10. Revere 8mm movie camera, serve Watkins customers in Eighth Grade-Mr. J. L. Mor. "Welcome Sweet Spring Time" of her mother, Mrs Millie fi

I I. BUYING COINS f.28: three speed $25, light Clewiston. Good Income No Investment gao and :Mr. S. Humphrey, Jr., Gwendolyn Dixon, Emilie Johnson Johnson. 2113 Bates Avenue.

Business Directory NICKELS meter $5. Cases for cameras included Set your own hours. Instructors: Oreetlne Flar, El-! Eustls, Fla.Larry J

1938-D .8 .50 at no extra charge. D. Write C. R. :Ruble, Dept 1-1. nora Slplle, Barbara Wilson, History of May Day Pauline Cromes has returned

1935! ZZZZZZZZ 1.00 A. Denslow. 338 W. Osceola. P. O. Box No. 2447, Memphis: Clara Moore, Samuel Simmons, Harris. home after a successful freshman I

1939-D .... .. ..-, ...,... 2.50 ItP Tennessee Its>> Joyce Jones, Thelma Mitchell, term at Florida ARM Col ,I''
Indoors activities from 9.00
Your Phllco DealerCARITHERS GOULD BROS. 1939-5 JO Michael Qulntyne, Mae Ola : legs. I

19U-D ... .-. .... .15 FOR SALE-Used House Trail Monts, Bettye Sasser Julius until 11:00: a.m. .
PAINT STORE 1946-8 _... ..', .10 er. 1963. lO'xXT. $500 cash and EARN: $20 per day or more in Scott, Carolyn Ted, Patricia Plaiting the May pole second New Bethel A. M. E. '

1948-8 .._.. .10 take up payments. YU 2-3421. permanent route work. Will Canty. grade (Mrs. D. Hill) ; Mountain Rev. L. Holmes, Pastor. '
train man or woman if inexpert Climb (folk dance) first :
RADIO and TV too No change In the regularweekly
Licensed Contractor Insured 19495 .. .., .20 Ninth Grade-Airs. G. C Harris
enced. Write Mr. HEATH Box grade Mrs .W. L. Welters; the schedule. Sunday May I
VIES 1950-P ..1519s0.D Davis, Instructor Wilfred
WITH SERVICE nEE ESTIMATES 10.00 FOR SALE-1955 Chrysler Deluxe 2766, Memphis 2, Tenn. May Hp, Brewster, Charlie Hill Ester Soft Touch of Spring (creative 3rd the pastor will be In chargeof I,

NickeU BId,. 108 Bond Et Sedan. dean all-power dance) first grade, :Mrs. Tlsdale the service: and will administer
111 y E. Sorariand Hwy. 1951-5 ............ .. .25 conditioned. Klngcade.
radio, heater! air LoobybyLoo (folk dance) You
; the Holy Sacrament.
Phone YU 1955-P ..... .25 Tenth Grade-Mrs. M. L :
2-6441 Phone YU 3-2111 A good second family car.: Call J. Sanders
second Mrs T
grade, are always welcome to worship
JO Black Instructor Francen
19S8-P YU 2-5881 after 5 o'clock In miscellaneous UJanted t a : ; Mexican: Hat Rock: Dance with us.
DIMES- Hill, Caroyn Peep, Evelyn Johnson -
evenings. tic (folk dance) third grade Mrs.
,
WALDRON'SMEATS SEE US FORBOITLED 19495! .. ... .20 Vernlta Ward, Joyce: Scott, McCray WhIle'Strolling Thru CHURCH NEWS

GAS 1955-P M WHILE THEY LAST, pacagel Francene Klngcade, Evelyn ; Mt. Calvary Baptist
the Park One (Creative dance)
AND GROCERIES 1955-D- .... ...... ... .20 of one dozen 3"x5" scratch WANTED-One half ton pick up Jackson, Clyde Blackmon. Rev. L. M. Kitchens Jastor.
AppliancesSalesService 19550S Si pads for only 25c. Plac: a truck 'W to 64 model any Eleventh Grade-Mrs. C. A. third grade, Miss V. Randolph; School 9.45.:
Sunday
Open 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. make. Take up payments. Call The Highland Fling (folk dance: )
of Burrows Instructor Bernice
HALVES- scratch pad In every room : Morning worship, 11 a.m.
fifth :Mr. W. J. Scott.
& 3 to 8 p.m. 1948-P ....... .90 the house for convenience. The YU 2-1236. May 14o Pope. Outdoors grade,activities! from 11:00: Evening worship at 7 p.m. The

IM8-D! ..' .60 dewlston News. tf Twelfth Grade-Mr. S. Hum Communion will be ad
Holy
Six Days a Week POWER GAS'CORPORATION WANTED TO :RENT Three a.m. until 12:10: p.m.
Jr. Instructor
Ernestine
1949-P .60 phrey, : large
There a
ministered was
(CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) 1949-D ..." ...' ..., M FOR SALE Parakeets, $2.00 bedroom house. C. L. Burton, Mitchell, Gwendolyn Patrick, Rope jumping and racing of friends present last
up Mynah birds, African lovebirds YU 3-9<<1. May28o (fourth grade) Mrs. !B. S. Bobo; group
For Your 19495 ...._ .60 Sherrie Weekley, Lois Henry, Sunday for the Choir Union,
Spur of Moment supplies.Pet Over and Under Relay (fourth
19U-P __ 1.00 monkeys, cages, Katie Mitchell, Alzera Williams, II
Picnics CALL COLLECT boarding. Thompson Wild WANTED Couple who be grade), Mrs. W. L. Davis;
Louise White.
four 1955.P __ _._ ...'.. U5 may
Miles East of Clewiston South Bay WY 64521HENDHY Indian Cents _.soo.15" up Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- on social: security or retired, stunts and relays (fifth grade) Julia'sBeauty
Bare Beach 1238. tfo far maintenance work. CHURCH NEWS H. L. McKlre; boxing and sock
Large Cents 00.50 & up easy
COUNTY Living quarters and utilities New Bethel A. M. E. race (sixth grade), L. Hender Nook 'i
It
Two Cents 00.50 up
Attention Cattlemen Title & Abstract Co. :REGISTERED CITRUS TREES furnished. Call YU 2-3421 Regular church: services and son; relays and eoftball (sixth For That New Look '
as Gold ..........10.00 ft up FOR SALE-Ready to '0. J. or
Write Frank Denmead, Clewis weekly meetings as previously grade-W.) L. Filrley. Tinting, Styling Cutting, No
New} T1U Abstract*-Title Insurance no Gold 15.00 ft up M. Tomllnson, Ona Fla. Phone !
Is the scheduled. Rev. J. L. Peterson and
Pane d" time Ie 1OIIHII4a.. Public Stenographer S3I Gold ... ..... 30.00 It up RE 5-2786. tfo ton, Fla. tfc A MOTHER'S LOVED Appointment, Friday
"' SaturdayFor
U" a long term pastor St Stephens A. M. E.
Duplicating
firm lone< low Photocopying Will pay postage on shipments Elisabeth Bob Information Call ...113
tenet rata, Bridge St. and Park Ave.LaBeUe. ALL :MAKES 21" USED TV
totaling. 11.00 or more. Write Harlem Proprietor
Grade
wnh Fla. P. O. Box lea SET S. Guaranteed SILOS 11th Academy Mr. Julia Bales
OKanr 8-SM1 concerning: other type coins. When friends start to scorn you
federal Land Bank Prices are for very good coins. down $14.04 per month. LAKE '. And you feel very bad
CO. YU 2-T15L tfo
APPLIANCE ATTENTION !
Better prices: for better coins. Just remember :your mother i'

See or Write EVINRUDESales No scratched or mutilated coins: LaVon Booth Is the best friend you ever had. Harlem Club "

W. R. MAY3or wanted. Ship to Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK Favorite Mixed Drink Fried I
JOE ANDERSON FOR SALE-Xitchen drop leaf Sometime I sit and wonder Chicken Fish Hamburger I rand

cae Wale", ytHATHCOCK'5 and Service 3103 Bon Air Drive table utility; table. Bunting TO THE FUTURE AND Why my mother has to die other Sandwiches '

IIr.dentoa. I'Ieirt4a Orlando. 32808, Fla. metal glider. Phone YU 3-201L Because I will hate to see the Recorded Music ;
-
Sew sad Used Motor May 14e May 140 WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING day Popular Bands i
Mr. and Mr*. Will WalUee
MarineHardware For I know lo8moInc to cry. Proprietor

Fart and Aeeeisorle. You can sing and dance r
-- 4 Lew Cost Farm MortsjaceFEDERAL !
Arrej "-'tEll A SERVICE Maria Safety EqalpmeatFhea LAND BANK LOAN Or even stand and shout, I

-14t'1.\1IIT A SERVICE YUkoai S-S211 REAL ESTATE Win Fwmlah Cash TeKeflaaaee But when you see or bear "She
STATION
has Hilton's
passed"It Grocery
debts.
OPEN
ALL Special Value)
___"'II .etet "NJQJI1'- R. E.. WALDRONFor FRANK DENMKAD Fbaae farm bnpreremnts, aw baiUlag, par really knocks: ;you out Groceries F r e I h Meats
Vegetables Cold Drinks, Essential ,
chase wind machine and Install. trrlgaUom.AMlst 84. Stephens A. M. E. '
Item
William I Re.BetY .In porehiM el a farm grave *r ranch.Fvchase Rev. Lee Jenkins Pastor

Electric prompt Efficient $13ItII! Pace Are.OewlsUa snore 11... Regular church service as W* appreciate ace.your patron- .

mss! Repara Born delivery Evs B ITU. T0 S-M21 Provide capital fond for the farm eaterprf usual the second: and fourthSundays Mr. and Mr*.lnraeo Bites I
l1eetrieal HERALD ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN Proprietor ,. I
Csatraagog"0N or THE MIAMI of each month.
HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
Sam Net 350.00 per Week. 1. Lever.
Pose 81121Double Call Bobby GidcJl"WU paymeat

-- Going established local: business with an excellent profit I. Leader tenu (.p to 16 yean). ; ,

YIP I-IUl picture. 3. Dependable service (serving. agriculture exclusively Elite Cafe and Grocery

.... HIT).
"A"Roofing This business will start making you money the day you I
i'lt''' '.,L.l i. Fan prepayment prrruege witheat penalty. NEW LOCATION .
Tampa Tribune take over I. Lean ferric )y local people familiar' wtlfe local agifrHave. Corner Tennessee and Fourth Streets

All equipment, fixtures and supplies plus an adjoining .. I

nd apartment with two bedrooms. U we 0.. be ef service to row please write er pbea Home, Cooked Food Sandwiches: Cold Drinks, Candies I

Licensed Ft. Myers 8500.00 Total price.Frank. W. B. MAY ...... er DOYLE E. ABBOTT" Asst ...... Exclusive Cookies and Atmosphere Ice Cream I

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Bonded r News Press Denmead Federal Land Bank Association Service with a emile

'rue tqCIDAD'1"71III Bom Delivery Be*. Broker. Don't forget to purchase A Clewiston NeWS ':
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Iha YU M4J1
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that Jamaica dangerous misconceptions may
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Letterpress printing in any size or quantity. We can ... tablished in 1948. Mrs. Gene Hough, president.
a member of a drowning states that election and Installation
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quickly and economically. United Nations. no move to Florida Development Commission
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VOLUME 37 NUMBER 19 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed.. See 34S.3. PJU. -SubicripUon $4.00 yen


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35 Seniors and Chaperones leave Tigers win district track

'
for World's Fair Saturday .


Thlrty-flv members of that Arlene Ingram, Chrlstabel meet to State I

1964 graduating class of Owls- Kelly, Cheryl Lee, Isabel' Martinez ; go FridayClewlston's
ton High School will leave Sat- Suzanne Peers, Beverly
urday afternoon for the New Preston, Clenlce Raulerson, I
York World's Fair. The trip Donna Redish, Barbara Rlgby, track teim In its 120-yard high hurdles-1. Ol- Discus-1. Strickland (L); 2-
has been arranged by Fat Cheryl Waters, Victor Allison, first year of full scale competition den (C>, 2. Gann (C); 3. Aid- Bozeman (JI); 3. Mack (W); 4.
'- -..... ... Drake, Trailwayi agent Doug Angell. Cal Ballentine, to an upset victory in the ridge ((1')1; 4. R. Williams (J); Wooten (E); 5. Angell (C). Distance I:
The Seniors have undertaken Billy Crawford, Bill Farrar Group 8-B track and field championship 5. J. Williams (m.) Time 164. 1318. '
ITHE 4g-PIECE MOORE HAVEN High School In the district meeting at Bradenton. Directed numerous fund raising events Dennis Gann, Do Llndsey. Mike Monday afternoon In 180-yard low hurdles-1. Olden !Pole vault1.. Wooten (J); 2.
sand will be the special guest. band for Us by Idral Bowen, the band has parUct- and the transportation COlt U Mazzlna, James Montgomery, West Palm Beach. The meet (C); 2. Clements (Pl); 3. Driver (m); S. Davis (Pj), 4.
I wttl'l! Concert In the Park fat Clewiiton this pated In the Edison Pageant of Light Chalo being borne by the clasj. The Bob Moorman, Tommy Moore, had originally been scheduled Driver (I); 4. J. Williams (m); Rldgdlll (L); 5. Polleck (I). I i
SBitor afternoon at JDO: p.m. The popular Nitka, Hendry County Fair, Governor's Inaugural chartered bus will leave this Harry Patterson, Tommy Rid,- for Fort Myers Friday and the S. Aubrey (A). Time 22'. Height 10-9.()
band has Just returned from Tampa where Parade In 1961, Hoover Dike Dedication Saturday afternoon, May t, at dfll, Fred Higgle, Matt Stanton, site was changed because of aLee 100-yard dash-1. Lindsay (C); High Jump-I. Swanga -(PC);
lilt, psrllcipited In the State Contest after I Fiesta Troplcale In Hollywood and the 3 p.m and la expected to arrivein Robert Thompson and Larry county ruling 2. Mazzlna (C); 3.Mills (J); 4. J. Mock W); 3. McElhenny (P){
fader been rated superior In all divisions 1963 Orange Bowl P.rade.-8TAFF PHOTO. New York City approximately> Williams. The Tiger's speedy sprintersand Morrell (C); 3. McLaughlin (VI.) 4. Tie among Sands (A), Carrithers -
28 houri later, traveling via broad-Jumpers were the Time lU.22OYaM. (C) and Driver (I).
way of Jacksonville Richmondand Bud key to success In a narrow victory dash.-1. Mills (J); J. Height 3.7.Broad .
dockt Moore Haven High School Band Washington, D. C. They Weaver tops over Jupiter 74 points to Osso (WI): 3. Murphy (A); 4. Jump-1. Mazzlna (C)!
emporary will stay at the Hotel Bristol veteran RardinE. 70. Bo Lindsey and Mike Max- Davis (P); 5. McLaughlin (V). 2. Llndsey (C): 3. Miller (Pj): 4.
Special Guest Band during their four night stay In W. "Bud" Weaver of Lake nina scored 14 points each: Time 23.7. Morrell (C); 5. Mock (J). Die.
the city, returning home Sunday Harbor defeated :20-year county Ronnie Olden UU points and 440 yard dash 1 Manlfleld tance 2011H.Sprint .
t hurricane gateAt May 10, 1964 afternoon, May 17. On the trip commissioner .Paul Rardin in Al Morrell added 12. (J); 2. Young (t iP); t McLaughBn medley relay-won by
Trio Star home, they will eight lee the Palm Beach county Tuesday' Llndsey and Mazzlna finished (V); 4. Swsngo (PC); 8. dewlston (Morrell Mamma, ,
the request of the chairan Spangled Banner KeyFillmoreKing Capitol Building, Jefferson and with an overwhelming vote of one-two (n the 100 yard dash Sherrod (,PI.) Time 52,7, Angell, Llndsey); 2. Jupiter; 3.
aunty Recreation \Area Cane March Frank E. Sturchio Lincoln Memorials from the 23.179 to 14,080.Weaver against' a strong wind. The time 880-yard run-1. Williams (m); Pahokee; 4. Alva; 5. Ever
S. C Fry and others, thej bus. A tour 2. Robertson (C); 3. VincentJ
of the Washington Is well-known In Dew- was 103. The racers reversed glades. Time's:088.
: and county Joined forces: to Casa Grande Henry Gass Memorial is being planned for felon, having served u field places In the broad jump while ( ); 4. Boynton (P) 5. Browning 880-yard relay: -Won by Clew*
stall i temporary dockfore Dreaming Winds James Christensen the students. superintendent (or the Rltta and Al Morrell placed fourth in m.( ) Time 1.118.: limo (Morrell. Olden, Mazzlna,
of small craft at dewlstooml (featuring the woodwind sections Chaperones accompanying the Ctewlston Drainage Districts each event.Llndsey :Mile run-1. Ayala (m); 2. Ltndsey); 2. Jupiter; S. Alva;
the period when the bur of the band) Dlckerman (EI): 3. Tie'between
group are Supervising Prlnc1pol for many years. He is a member Mazzlna, MorreU and 4. Pahokee; 5. Immokalee.: I
cane gate Is closed for repairs Trumpets Ole I Frank D. Cofield James E. Brandon, Jack and officer of the dewirton ,Olden teamed to win the 880- Goodson (P) and Collins (E); Time 1:33.
d repainting. Willis) and Miss 5. Larrlmope (P). Time 4:581. Mil ; Won
Elsie Aytes.Seniors Lions Club. Since there is no yard relay and the first trio relay- by Jupiter
Tie temporary dock b lo (featuring: Doyll Turner, Joe Shivers, Ida Dor- making the trip Include Republican candidate to face and Doug Angel won the sprint Shot 1. Bozeman (JI); 1 (Crawl,Bozeman, Vincent, Roberts
lid! stout 150 feet west of the man, Bill Twitty, and Johnny Linda Carlton, Phyllis him in the general election, his medley. Wooten (E); 3. Morrell (C); 4. ); 2. dewlston; 3. Pin ,
.rricane gate, boats may be Wright.)' Crouch Evelyn Daughtrey, Beverly Democratic primary victory Is Olden won both the high and Peacock uncked or docked there but Etherton Caroline Gann, tantamount >to election. This Is low hurdles with Morrell adding Distance 47.11 1/4. glades. Time 3:50,9.: ,
n are not to be parked In the Biffin' The Blues Zane Van Anken Jackie Goldman, TUlle Hlgdoo, his first venture Into politics. valuable third place points. I
res, because of the hazards of Pahokee finished third in the 1
traffic Cara and (featuring: Doyll Turner, Trumpet; Billy Shell- .
Miestel meet with 40ft points; Immoka-
alien ire to be parked at the man, Tenor Sax;, Billy Iledick, Trom- lee with 29; Everglades Ittt:
,at launching site, as usuaL bone.) THRIFTY DRUG'S1RVlW Alva 15, Pine Crest 13; LaBelle s
7 and Bishop Verot 5. *
awarded Highlights FromWest, The 'victory for Clewiston entitles :. I .
Hospital ,
Side Story Leonard Bernstein them to participate In the I

safety certificateHendry Alemeda Ernest 0. Caneva Class Gainesville IB state on championships Friday. at' #*| GIFTS f for Mother (

Orange Bowl March Henry FillmoreLa
General Hospital was
Perichole Offenbach-Laurence
ne of five Florida hospitals to
Monte Vista 'Carl Sugar men visit
Frangkiser
ceive recognition last week etaeg
om the Hospital Safety Contest A "Grandmother Charm Bracelet"
,nciatlon and National Safe- G" 0GrlYJ Puerto'Rico !
("I1irUniversal
Other Council hospitals receiving the A number of key men of the makes an ideal gift for mother or
Machine Centernew sugarcane industry In the Glades "
rtificate were Riverside Hos- Sewing -
are now in Puerto Rico observing '
:alin 1 Jacksonville Veterans grandmother.Large
; .
harvest operations In the
ministration Hospital In Lake location
,I ty. St Petersburg American island. ,r I'
115 AVENUE A BELLE GLADE WT f-S26 fiDE John B. Boy, executive vice silver charms from
liog Hospital of Crippled 99
president of U. S Sugar Corporation -
""uldren, St Petersburg and Sewing Machines and Things Js there also attending a
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'ilk The! County combined Hospital In sponsoring)Barlow. Sales and Service rcg29.95 U. S. D. A.Research Industry Committee Cane Harvesting 14k. solid gold charms from $3.95

cups made 82 swards through- ,We are in Clewiston every Wednesday and Friday meeting Boy Is a member of charms
it the United States from Come In;. Call in; Write In; Free pickup and delivery Hair Dryer 24.95 the committee.Also Engraved FREE ,
the uuuuu
song 581 participating hositals in the Island this week

Universal 12.95 are Dr. B. A. Bourne, W. C. Be a Charm Club l member. Costs nothing
reg. Prewitt, E. C. Mills, E C. Mills. :i
Hand Mixer 11.88 Jr., Joe Sexton and ,W. H. to join .
_uuuuu Holmes of U. S. Sugar Corp, I'

ANOTHER FIRSTin G. E. reg. 29.95 J.ley Beardsley., Mr. and Mrs., Wayne Bob Beards-Beards- A Jewelry gift for Mother, ;
Icy Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Whldi
Hair Dryer uuuu_f .. 14.95 den and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. :
'?:' + Montgomery of Glades County Graduate or Bride
Electrolux Guarantee Sugar Growers Cooperative, ,
Clewiston byCHUCK" yr. -. Inc., Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen need not cost more, but it means more.:, :
Cleaner Erik Larsen, Shawnee
Vacuum 29.95Lady and
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uu ,
Farms, and Mr. and Mrs P. M.
McIntyre, Jr., of Okeelanta. Let Cox Jewelry help with your gift
" Regal Headqquarters for the party is selections.
WELLS MOTOR CO.For San Juan.
Hair Dryer uuuu 11.95Splace


Stainless Steel, Sugarland Pharmacy Charles A. Cox, Jewelers '

Your, Convenience Try Our New Dinner Ware Set uu..I... 8.95 PIZZAYU 251 Avenue A. Belle Glade, Fla.Hydrangeas .

2.3311
Hand Made from
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ALL CREDIT Jewelery Boxes .. ...... .reg... 350Revelon 12.00 -

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lll tf' llA Lipstick and

? to Nail Polish s f

CARD PLAN t4.I Set . 5.00

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reg. 5.00 EI
My Sin Cologne 2.00

You are invited to charge your repairs, parts and t .4r--, Arpcge Cologne 2.50

a. Table Cologne 1.00

even paint and metal work on our new credit card r' Chanel No. 5 Begonias Geraniumsin

Shalimar full bloom for Mother's Day Gifts.

plan Arpege I

Dana Cande Plants for Patio Plants for !


Let ready for Let Thrifty Courteous personnel assist you or Florida Room ,landscaping .

us get your car with selections for Mothers Day. When shoppingat Monateria Pocadarpus Shore juniper evergreen
Thrifty Drugs you are assured of the highest
quality merchandise and best prices offered any Fiddle leaf fig Carina Dwarf ground cover

vacation now. PAY LATER! where in South Florida. Pittosporum Viburnum Ligustrum

FREE Coffee and Doughnuts for Mother Weeping Cuban laurel a beautiful tree

Saturday! Only Fish Tail Palm Traveler's
We are the only franchised dealer in Clewiston of- Palm


fering this service to the motoring public! THRIFTYDRUGS Introducing MINMIN CARISSA for the first time '


in this area. A very beautiful foliage, low border ;

F Additional Information Call -- plant. See our expanded plant house.

"Chuck" Co. Inc. :
Wells Motor .
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Corbin Farm &
PW .Sugarl and Hwy. Garden SupplyI
YU Clewwton
4501 Sugar land Hwy. Clewiston ,




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Two THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston Ha. tralia and New Zealand, are and quick freeze house near Bogota Ire reports of cattle buying deep I August 15th. to jet the work
Thursday Kay 7, 1964 Section Two doing a great deal of harm to Columbia. We understandthat into Mexico where there It loocompleted.. I
airport of hoof and mouth and oU, A letter from Fred C Sikes. fat Off.
Florida cattle producers In one this company own an get ..C4.13SSS
day alone, on March 13. 1964. and planes and la buying er diseases city clerk and commissioner.
we experienced the importation cattle at 7 to I cents: per pound. While we mppredat the I has been mailed to each: owner L II... VI EAR
. Farm Bureau says tariff needed of over 31 million pounds of red The company slaughters the Tariff Commisiion's taking the I of property affected by the i
meat into Florida.This is equivalent cattle, bones and freeses the time to conduct this Section: 533 phase 1 of the sewage project.
to approximately ene-tenth meat The meat 1* then shipped investigation, we feel the time, giving them the above Information. Thurmond W.
to regulate. importation. of beef of an beef butchered in Florida to the U. S. where fat la added is here when we need more than Knight
in one year. These imports are and it is sold to U. S. consumers Just a study of the problem of
The cattle industry of Florida pointing out that Importation of seldom fold as red meat to consumers as hamburger.This meat importation. I believe w New booksin "Accredited Farm & Land Broke
is deeply concerned: by the importation meat from South America and In a great number of need clear and definite reconmendations -
.'j t of beef into the United live animals from Mexico will cases, Imported beef is mixed situation is aggravated by for action. Ever Public Library Thurmond Knight fleshy Inc. ounce,
States, under tariff regulations have an adverse effect on Florida with steer fat at a ratio of one the importation of live cattle effort should be made to transform sex amour., Rlrtora B MkWM ? r
from Mexico to the extent of Old
: j which are unfavorable to U. S. cattlemen and indeed, on pound of red meat to 2 pounds more than one-half million head this investigation Into a Adult FIcUoo- | Tmtm BMh 1Medaarep Bacq,
,; cattlemen the economy of the area. steer fat Much of this fat last Feeders and ranchers Section 301 procedure. The TarIff The Spy Who Came from the
\ His statement followsI : would otherwise go to rendering year. Commission should recon Cold-John La Carre.
I
I The position! of the Florida throughout the west to whom
Instead of 31 million those The Eye of the Lion-ta l
plants. President re-
mend to the
Farm Bureau Federation wasmade am Charles E. Freeman a have shipped cattle in the past
' 1 clear in a statement which rancher from Okeechobee, Floe pounds of meat being dumpedon are buying cattle Instead from strJctfcms which are necessary, Tucker Wertenbaker.
Charles E. Freeman, Okeecho- Ida. I am Chairman of the Cat the market in one day the Mexico for less money and at a to correct: the import problem. For Time and All Eternity-
'1 bee rancher, made before the tlemen's Committee, and a total increased supply amounts lower freight rate. An investigation The so-called voluntary agreements Paul Bailey.
) U. S. Tariff Commission, which member of the Board of Directors to about 93 million pounds-30 of this importation might presently! in effect can Von Ryan'a Express David
1 I iI presently! studying the situ of the Florida Farm Bureau per cent of tin total beef butchered indicate violations of regulations. do more harm than good. If the Westheimer. I
a lion. Federation.We la Florida. We have an agreement current situation Is allowed to Captain Sutler's Gold -Jon-
Freeman, on behalf of the believe that imports of We have received report that with Mexico that cattle 'may be continue it will have an ill effect reed Laurltzen
Florida cattlemen, urged the beef from Central and South a large U S. restaurant chain exported only from the seven not just on the cattlemen Convention-Fletcher Knebel. RESTAURANTMother's
I Commission to take action now, America, as well as from Aus has set up a slaughtering house northern states of Mexico There of Florida but on the economy; The Spire-Goldinf.
I of the entire area. Tenth FlcOotv-
We sincerely appreciate this Almost Like Sisters Betty
opportunity to present our view! Cavanna. Day
More People Ride on Goodyear before the Commission. Two Dates for Mike-Florence

Musgrave.Junior Flettcn. Show MOM your appreciation for those

a Tires. Than Any Other Kind! News of 4-H Titus.Basil of Baker Street Eve 3,576 dishes she washed 365 days a year

Basil and the Lost Colony-
Events DayRepresentaUvel Eve Titus. in a hot kitchen. Invite HER out to the

/ GLADES
RESTAURANT
of the 4-H on HER
Girls Club and County Council
went to District 9, 4-H Events day I
Day on April 10. Clewlston 4-H
: ::1 Girls Club was represented by Our menu has 55 items to choose
: Christine Curry and Gayle Tor-
bert chaperoned by Ted Gallo AST from. Roast Prime Rib of Beef, Tender
county agent. County Council [

f delegates Wilbur Rennolds were Bonnie, Carl Morgan Willis, Sirloin Steak 20 seafood items including .

Nancy Albritton and Sharon
7 CorbitL At the Events Day they count showed that lobster, frog legs or swordfish with
000,000ennweraknnaedwMwLfk4
a 1 competed from against DeSoto, Collier representatives and lemon butter. So show her on HER day.

Lee Counties. Christine Curry MtwhgrMwl
Gayle Torbert competed in the For PIT ROOM reservations call Tony,
talent demonstrations and each Abner H. "
received a certificate and a blue I YU 3-1751.t You can't do better and
ribbon for their performance.The Vann
Hendry County 4-H dubs Ph. SHE will appreciate the air conditioned
held their annual 4-H Awards
Day on April 28 in LaBelle. It YU 2.5971 :omfort. Tony.
SPRING TIRE 'BUYSIISpecials was celebrated by a barbeque
which was attended by the t lit F/dt/ ...rlWlsa
members and their Immediate .. .

For Thurs., Fri., Sat., May 7, 8 & 9 Clewlston families.Attending were this Mr.barbecue and from Mrs. wt rt. (A' Advertising doesn't cost. it PAYS!

Frank Polhlll and family Steve
Sexton Christine Curry. CarJODMoran
Switch Your Smoothies Donnle Morgan.;Linda
616 CAR' Veale, Gayle Torbert. Donna
Joan Crawford John
to New Goodyear Tires VALUE BUY' King Brown, Ron Roblson: and Mr.
and Mrs. Ted Gallo and.famlly.
1 Ml s II,MO x 14 takelwi) Awards were given to Steve
Sexton, Donnle Morgan, John Thanksto
Brown and Donna King. A free
95 trip to camp was awarded to
17 Gayle Torbert.
r Is the wonderful of for
ALL-WEATHER "42" Save on sewage people Hendry County

BLACKWALLS
ttackvall plus. tax nil eU tfrej permit now

i8nr I : AllWeatherALLNEW I-TN,_ Property owners of property their vote of confidence and support on May 5th.

/ along sewage project phase 1.
1 win save S50 on their sewage
connect fee by getting their

; .a..... %;Le1",; ,.... ., sewage hookup permit on or
". .... ... before May 18th After that date
't' ''''"t. :1 '
,
::0. '
.. ;.t5I TUBELESS the ISO connect feet win be required -
":
} a;:ra =a 1' +
"- lilt"upswe. i'"esl nwerssM' 1 tJx LT x 11 alsee The city commission set the ";'4 {: Lucille Small
4 $50 fee aa a permanent connect iri ,
r',4 Cot:$ 40lI fee into the system but waivedit
ALL-WEATHER "4rltWHITEWALLS1 for those who connect as the
Tax Assessor
,r 19 project 1s put in uee. The date
I ; S of May 18th as the final date
., to Obtain this permit without
.,.. paying the $50 fee was set recently
m I : and those who get these
bekwaO
1013ill ,, alas tax sal all tin
permits will be allowed up to
i New Safety

'I ,.. All-Weather.
''I 1 ''' III. ra
ISO
t lypt s u -
rw bi tot aw"te l ;fin. .M'. For the
aisliiiiwr nciMutlt lift r,;.'='3x:: r COMPACT

:."::".'aM l LeI : !
ECONOMY TIRE best deal
1 MANY THANKS FRIENDSNo
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I ,00111 labelsea
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'" in town ,
$
25Matkwall ) ,,

..NATioNWIDENO LIMIT GUARANTEE 12 cwrgt' see yourMercury one realizes better than I that YOU are the ones

\ Mbit M swrtkOI Mrs M .IIet/Na,, taM M M M/Nt .Unit. M toww4rw 1 rc.iy
," y{ HM satin Wi M* iu who in the
: : .. put me
/ mw I, act.aoooriM..tte4n M.*Tara....... teed$fcuuirnn Hunt, asps ttiimt npilriM MINts. ".k"""wrtMM ....-. pins tax aa4 oU On' ,
WASOOOnAI TIM Mil* UNDH' THII WMMMTU M, M Mn MM M,DM tesedor
atelsn to n" Unit* suit see ra.es Mil MM slteaas" M S-T Nylon
.an Hn km M eitsuwl era fcpM nwMm, sad wrrwMCM***"....". All-Wather Man!
\, Run-Off, May 26And




I am truly grateful to you.


; ': Recap Tire Sale MERCURYNO Let us now double our efforts to carry this


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t FINER CAR IN ITS campaign to
a
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r 670x15 710x15 PRICE CLASS


L !: 750x14 $ 5 95 760x15 t P 795 No Better Value SUCCESSFUL CONCLUSION.


,: {ll 800x14 &a 'I'IU 800/820x15 nu Around! Thanks Again.

I '3 White Walls $2.00 White Walls $1.00 EASY TERMSI
j1. ;j extra extra I

: OEM BAUT-UMZrCD KOM1XB IN rroa.q.'i INSTANT APPRAISALS! : (. J. LOVVORNYour

r IMMEDIATE DEUYERY1

:' J WIDE MODEL SELECTION i Most Qualified Candidate for

q.'i l BILL i NORMAN'S GOODYEAR .) Tax Collectorby .- ;,

Hendry
County

Bond Street Clewiston, Fla. Phone YU 2-6091 Motors, Inc.
Education
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Ute Consistory and the Mall DIVISION
1
Store gets Shrine Temple His wife Is a NOTU.U TO BIDDERS alvantasreoa to the County and NOTICE Oewlston Fla THE
to r.e<*t any or all bids CLIWISTOM NEWS Fife Thre

member of the Order of Eastern A.NOTICIII TO CONTRACTORS BOARD Or COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Notice I. hereby. given' that an the tot day of Juno AD 1001 at Thuridaj May: 7, 1get Section Two

Star.'I. CONtlTItUCTION or ELEVATOR: : OP HE.NDRT twelve o'clock noon at the Court House door In the city of !.Bello, L
.ANI COUNTS, FLORIDA. County of Hendry, 8tal5 of Florid.. ,
> AIR tax sale eerliflcatea will be
"Al" owner certainly appreciate the INltTALLATION8 L'ONDITIONUIU CN 44S-May T, 14. IM4. sold I on the following described land to pay the amount due for EVELYN' 'TERRACE J

new friendly reception I have re HJBJDHlt/ COUNT COURT sale taus and Arnie all advertising.set Opposite the Same. together with all GO.ta of such 10 111, 1U II Ella .
Mole Ill
aQDOUDce. this ceived In Clewlston; the town The Board J1UUBHJ of IN THIS COUNTY JUDOIT8 A. 0. Ward Hendry County Tax Collector Elrt.o NwNWY l/ -
pearm811! .' County Commit COURT IN AND FOR ot 811I\4\ axeWRwr
'on .
is living to the
of
Al .ale or '.}.rrny Store up flowing recommendations da, will receive Hndry County, rtorl- HENDRT' COUNTY ewrtU.. of L..' 5 T n Name .( Own* Tet.l Yes _____ 50i 11 Ed... Bellagamba. 1.1
eek1 Ibe of South Miami of Al Pearlman, 101l0..lnc prooouli for the' IN RK: NORTH of NB5\ of
llSl'D. described co..t.ucllon ESTATE OF LABELLBiiito.K NWU of NWU\ .
Al CODWSUC to operate and I am sure my wife and I .t Court the orrice of tho Board In the OATNAtf B. RA.CK8TRAW, HEIGHTS tlO 511 1lute / Rwp x !ii II Cobs Oralnnr I."

epre!seas UDder the name of will have many happy: :years Samlday inns.of:.Laykl In LuB.llq. blurlda, DATB DECEASED OF DEATH: 1M2 to.74 505 to A. 110 18. Lo.. NKpE4 ofof 864q; sec
here We etowhlok 408
plan to alit
continue: the I4., to000a .Ii Jtwp __ 17
Store.' time and AQrl1 oIJ' IMS 41 1F.. L Dunaway E... liltIII
Ate of pl.c. they will\ be
sale merchandise
a now underway pub. NOTICE F1UNO PBTITIOMFOR
!lm' ( IIcly opened and r..d aloud' BEY!: or NWY 145 II
pear eyldaa FINAL DI8CHAROB "- Neel.y Davis !
thne
and later
1bt will bring in Th. work d
that our .toi which th.. pro. Of EXECUTOR swYof N Y of
weeks aio for 'hilaID" stock from Miami and add other SitS!..?r. o c* .ubn" .<. tonknlat Notice I I. hereby liven that I LoU 72(.7ii" Harny Maddox __ 107.11 Iei II John W. A. Thoa. B.
Clewittol1 she >". "ICllOn Of a have filed my final return a. Ptrm.lla. Lamarln 1.11DIFFENRAUOw5 Moor ....1
aYlni they. will be lines to make this one of the .,. machinery room for executor of the slate of OAY- Beg lit ft N' A sit ,
Tenn. where hol.llnc .<""1>men, a t.luO ft B of BW' Cor of
re- finest stores of this type In the pound NAM B. RACK8TRAW. deceased, ADD TO LAHBLLB II
apartment capacity 41 || Bib\ of NB _-B 15ft
of al1 P..nc..r 91".t.r and that I have filed my petition for Lot / see Rd .
aIIICeri been south Florida area. aceeseorKa Mid Slate Homes Ina .l.Ot -S It f t-W 71 ftNWU
have dl.lrlbutlon and din- Lot I .
rt property. They tor IT"v hull AU construction .nd< tqulpnwnt charge, and that for on final May '8, A I exo"ii4 Arthur Man a Jaw A.sohllLots -N I. ft to JOB 15 II II Mid State Horn* In*. 10Uf } /
b. 11.01
sldenll of Clewiston plan.,,d In.pacification.accordance with A 100 th. 1X4, I will apply to the Honor. I A. I Allc Lynn Ball.y Grant 1.70: exo Hwy ___ II /1 S* ErwIn'A. A. Gladys Robin 117.11
Band % able Broward N. Pariona, County 41 II QARFIEU CITY BD
parents to performance bond and NORTH LABEL BD II 55 14 51
thealga lnguranc full cov.qu Judge of Hendry County Florida, Block I Lot 1 _. Fr.nk" Leona Bliluos 11.1. Block .. Lot. II to
to .
look forward ?.d, shall be> r.- for approval of mid final return Block t'7. Lot 1 A IA Kelly Jr .11 18 Robert G. O.rdn.r sJl ,
It will befor meet TuesdayThe A and for aa order of distribution 17. Lot II to NBt V* K RR 197 11 ..
because c.rUII.d ChICk 8Rb A W. Jewel La.ren" IO4a i
only ca.hler. roe;
mad MIDWAY
check for final dlecharg.aa D. D Jr. A. Mavl Kelly HIT C T 14.1
for my health" aid nominating committee of or Qualified bid bond In executor of the will of OAT- Block I 1 Lot It ..... R1
Burton R. Blcncr
"'W. have been hap' the Band .Parents Associationwill th.the rem total 01 not !I.. than i% of NAM B. RACK8TRAW dectaied.April 4.8.I'll to I.,1 Ila.L Fallln A. D.IIOP' _____ 17.It BEY Loll abtd- Burton R. SlanrBurton = I
amount of
eaelm5n med. tha bid, IT. 5054. Block ... Lot I-J- lot 00 QuRIII- R. Sinner J == UI 0
in tills business tor 17 nuke their recommendations .holl payable to H.ndry County, OAYNAM D. RACK8TRAW. I-, __ Allc Ball.y Fine __ 1,10Dee LINCOhN e
hen sincerely accompany tha propo.nl Executor, NW Cor of NB* PARK NO. 1 SD 19 4T II
an, .nd w. can for new officers at a meetIng to Th. Board rK."M the right CN 44*April 10( : of BF of NWU-B I Block I. Lot 18-tt F. D. Cowel .... +
mmend the business and the of the croup on Tuesday: after hold* tha for to days May T I. 14, II, 1 lt<4. 14, ft 10 POB 8 1s0ftW55.5itais0 Block It. Lot ".41 Ada Sawyer Smith ....

of Clewlston at the Band !...!.. opening!. _and! to wales '
erfUl people night Room according -" .na roses ft W 166.I ft 8 111ft LINCOTN SQUARE
to Mrs. Dan McCarthy .n, and aUbwV NOTICBThe H Ml Its PARK NO. I SD IS IT II
our arrivedeIn Clew.last : :i.curea Specification may Hendry. County Board ef ft W 13..lf\:\:POB II II fA D. Jr A. Mavl K.lly 1O.11 Hlock It Lot. ...41 Ida Ad.m. ....
S fr. Benson president b from the Clerk of the County Commlialoner. will rcelve > B B'll1.D.O' GARFIELD PARK SD 01 II
week and ha. al All members are urged to be Clroult' Court, Court Haum 1 sealed bid. until 1* A. U. ; .a 41 It Block I. Lot 41 Dennl. Small lit
toa 1.5.11.,, Florid"! during, tho May II. lace, for the vale of the Block A. W 1000 ft Block I Id. Lot 41 _. Dennis: Small::: : ==== III: ;
lld- taken over the business.hai present at this meeting as installation regular hour of bu.lne.. following: lull I to I __....,. Roland\ B. Mile ______ ,... Block 11 Lot. 48-49 Dannl. Small 117
owned and operated of officers I Is scheduled Sealed proposal. for the fur- Diamond T. Truck Tractor KI UK WOOD PARK All N I ml. canal A. .
slaking and Initallatlon of air 1114 model Serial Number II U It W of Rd ....... T1 14
._', Army Store" In South to follow the election conditioning equipment In the .60 12S4 Block 1, tr__ Edgar Jack Davl 411SHH4 Block. 1 ::: .::: _j. A. W. ,. Jewel Lawrence nUl

ami for 12 years, and U ellootIDi Meeting time Is 1:00: p.m. County Flo.lda Court will b.Houe. In LaB.ll. Martin Trailer. year 1SS1, WASHINaTON GARDENS Block 1 N'of RR A. W. ,. Jewel Lawrence 111.11
received model LB4T Serial Number
lip the
] forward to living Board f1 County ommlMion.r. (114. .8DLo'i8'il- I U II LANKFORD SD T 41 14
y 1.17
Block I D..I. Stewart

Owiston, a town attractive.he has Hospital board 01 7:10: K.nd.p PM|FST County. on> "orldm th. Seth, until day Truck at and the trailer H.ndry. may County be Inpected Block Hlock: 47 4l Lot Lot. 4 10 to. t. Julia Mary Williams Wright -==== 1:1:: Lot;Lot*> *>I L c exa B Rd 41 B Hwy ft 41 exoHd _ft Mr. K..I Paulk 1.11 ,i

found very o' May, 1,44,
Burn LaBell.
at She In Fla.
aryl office of the WIDE ACMES
County Clerk : E8'I' RwySUOARTON __ Hubert a, 50''''11. X.. a
will continue to operate the In the Court Howe The Board ro.er tee the right BD I U II Emily Leh P.ulk 441Waynard
Block
with hli wife Inudt postpones meetThe will In Laltelle at which time they to accept, or reject any or all O Lot. 1-17 Dorothy W. MeN..ht 1.17 SD I3 14Block
ant store b* publicly opened and read bid. N,. of NEK A 8W<4ot I, Lot 10 axe
for several weeks until Hendry County Hospital aloud. HARVARD 8. PARKINSON NK\4 .xo Rwy Rd RwrBlock M.ynord V. Kahl f.1I .
erf the Authortlty has chanced its meeting Th. work for which thru propo.al.ar. (Chairman Board of ot NW14., U II Ft Denauet Fruit Corp 1t0.1 S Lot t7 i .i... .J.... Le. Crawford .1.1. '
tj can dispose there to b. iiibmltied eon. County Comml.Hloner W lot of E lilt ft Blk I Lot I N
tv have purchased scheduled. on May 12th, to .1.., furnlehlng and Inalallatlon CN 414-April SO; May 7, 114NOTICB OL 1ft exo Rwy 1. 41' II rhune: N. a. Dorothy Har111,11 Itt ft *aaA
of
bet then plan to establish one week later, May 19th, at the Central Court Room Air Conditioning and II window for G.L 5 a. Lot t exa....RwRwy .. L1 V. Kahl ..... .- '.11
borne In Clewlston. and are Hendry: General Hospital In Sinus for other office In the TO BIDDERS 5lT Small
ar Clewiston Court Ho,... THE BOARD OF COUNTY fI :.ld.T: 105 II 110..01 Sherman 51./l. Block t T S ___ tit .
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that day. reports :Mrs. Anna : f Lot r..rl.K.:
forward to : : :
sing All material furnished and all COMMISSIONERS OF HENDRT NE<4 of NWU .xo Block 4: 7 I 11.15
)If.[ Etenson is a member of Mae Jones, hospital administrator. work performed .hall be In ac COUNTY, KLOIUDA. will re- 110 square feet Inure Fr.aIi* S of Rd ... II 41 14 North Shore Farm. Inc. 11410
cordance wild plan, .peclflca- c.lv. .aled bide until 11:00: Nl of Nbtt otNWI4 elk eio 8BU\ of SEU ,
e Masonic Lodge, the Scottish tlona and contract document o'clock aim on the 11th day of o Hwy 11 41 II I ak. Placid ClearingCon.tructlon a, of 8F4 A xe 4.IA '
pertaining thereto which may b* May In the offlc. of the Co? ___. ,. 1711 In 8WU t' SWli 145 14 North Shore Farm Ino. III.ISJia
examined at the office of the Clerk I\: Circuit Court In of NWU 11 41 IS Lak. Placid Clearing i GOLF; VIEW 80 17 41 54 ;
County Clerk In the Court If use and for sold county In the County Con.tructlon Co. ___ fl." Block B, Lot 4 L, A. Patricia Owen. 11.ISHnbt
In LaBelle, Florida. One of Courthou., at LaBell Florida Bee NW Tor OL I-B Q. ,a Dorts J.ckoon 13.10
copy l2t ....
the document may b* obtained for the I.... of approximately 498 ft- S to Rlv Block D. 4 Hilton i. lldean Wllllome
from the Cl.rk W air Rlv Lot 17-U' Uulncv U AW.itbtrry ., Minnie =
11 acre of land at the : totoPl1B
10,01
S.o 1is t.gke Bl.old CIOayInR
I A certified check, line N 11 i
or bid bond Alrglade. Airport, for use aa atropical C0.
1 ConstruoUop 11,11
In the sum of 1 I...
not than five fl.h farm or a ilmllaru. Beg lit ft N' of SB Block B Lot.
percentum (1%) of the amountof approvabl. by the Federal Cor OL I-W III ft 10" Franklin D. A. Judith O.Elb.rt .
the bid. mad. payabl. to the Aviation Agency Bid will not -N JOO ft-B 141 Slmmow' --' n." t
r ill 1 County ef Hendry, Stale of Florlda b* accepted for an amount of ft.100 ft to FOB II 41 II Oeo. I* 'Jk Rosa Baker 1141 Lot 14 _, R.ddlnR r.a Ll,, '
shall accompany each bide lose than IS500 per acre per BW14 N of : HIT I
with. a guarantee that the bidder year for a period of It WHtbwrof 11 41 II Roger L Davl Tr. 1711 HARLEM ADD NO 1
will enter Into a contract In the Bide ;must Sal forth tieeapro: ; W 1117.11 tt N of se -- .. 45 It ::1

event the work I.I awarded to o.ed use to which the land I Into Rwv Hwy. It -? 141 II Roger L.. Davl*, Tr. nil !C. Lo to "
An extremely effective high him. A performance bond will be put. the amount par acre Harding Hgt. BD floCk Allen. Sr _, (9 It !'

IfUs' be required. of the urce..ful proposed to b* paid p.r yaar Lot 111 _.. .___ /1 .0 Bophla 8. Jose 111 IIIk; U Lot f!-ii Lrdla Mitchell __ 1171 : ,
gloss, rust-inhibiting enamel bldd.r In the amount of 100% of The lease form to b* used leon Lot 17 Angellne S. PI ton E l. 111.ItI I
i i the contract price file with the said Clerk of Be101 ft B of NW Block N' Lot t church .ITSit
that kills rust two ways better. Th. CommlMlon.r. r.eerv the the Circuit Court and sets forth Cor of EH of BBUS Block, P, Lot ..r Fred Lt. A. Aim CantT .' I
right to hold tho bide for .0 the various, nrovl.lom that will lot ft-B to W \ Lot II laaao Bcott .. .. 111
tb day. after the opening and to b* In any lea., that may b. line fit Rd-NBly Lot I* Alma tantr 117Tilt
( gpiR1/ wait any Informant! and to entered Into with a .ucoe.aful sic Rd Hwy to Pt
Free Estimates reject any or I bidder and the enact, descriptionof Poll Rd Rwro Block Q. Lots t.. Ernest McCray 151.10
,, Bidder may Iu" ;:' t proposal the land proposed to be leaaed no T. II Mar.hal A. Jr ,* I>orl. Lot T Thunton Hilton t." *

on .Ith.r or both of the shove The Board rearrvea the right CITY 0. L.UlELLID lace .US Thur.ton. A. Katharine i
project and/or may lubmlt an to r.1eet any or all bide. BYRD + Lot I't Claudia 11 :. ;;;- :
4 41 Ma 1M
overall bid covering both project BOARD OF COUNTY COMM18.BIONFR :'DII.'irTOtt II Lot Fo.t.rRob.rt ,

GOULD BROS. PAINT STORE .. The Cominlaaloner. rll..ntho OF HENDRT COUN ofkSR COI'-W 100 Lot 45 IS __ Jessie Waltera Peterman 14.T.""
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right to accept the lowentand TT FLORIDABy feN 71 ft-H inn .ae. f
best bid. by whomever tub. Harvard B. Parklnaon, its ft-s lath to' PORT IBlocBlockk '
Licensed Contractor Insured HARLEM ADD
milled In what.ver combination Chalrm.n. 45 ., 'J
GJ 1)NnwD"' 55 It
311 y Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YIT 32111Al's of acceptance, that may be moil CN- 441-April 10; May T, 1(11 ":'= 41 II D Douglas Kelly Jr. 114 ooot/1.: .. Lenora .... .,
HumDhnyo
Blk I lx itli .
>t. : Wlllle .. 1...
Lot 1
.. all: *: Lot. 11.14 Robert R. Maglll __ ____ II.otIX R Lot IDlb.rt Allen .lr. r L55 I

JONES rt4ll01rdlE D. Kelly Jr. ____,__ US.IIi Lots 30 :la RoI.n Frseler LIl .f"

NOTICE BD. ELK 7 .5 .. S, Lot Robert '
Block
Blk. .A, Lots : 1 O.Jr- : ::
to = : = .
n. Block T Lot Thomas O.rry "1
Notice I. Starchy given to the following per.on. that tangible D. .1. a Emily if > '

personal property .. aaaoeied la their name on th.ln llil Tax Black II. W\Io\ II '.f Kelly 11 I Douglas -,, | .>n Block ULeLot t I r Beset::: KaCe.y: = UI '. I
Roll are delinquent and unpaid and are now drawing *. at Mavis
the rate of 1-% per month with a minimum of three (1%) percent Block 25. BeR IW Kelly -......, ,,. ,4617 Lot ID Ls & Btandy :! 1
Unions such delinquent tangible: perunal property tax*, are paid Cor of NW\4-1\1\ 16 wrC: 153
Army StoreThank before the fleet day of Jan, 1(44, warrant will I.eu. th.reondirecting : It-N 10 ft-W 15 Lot II t Z. -'. a Clara Bell
levy upon the eeliure of the tangible personal properly flr-il 10 rt to I'On 4 /l .5 w. L. King : hU
of the taxpayer for unpaid taxa., Block II, 1"11 BW Estate 14111 Lot II Johnnf 7r. a. M.rth. ..
TAXPAYIt o. Ward, Hendry County Tax Collector, Cor-B 110 tt-I Clark ---. .I>>;J ...
NAME OF : AMOUNT DUE U tt-S Lot 14 1..0' Selma Scott ... !Sa
H. _...,,. Ut: M ... C.caty
Adklna W l Hill4I1S It It D. Douglas ; Block X. Fr.d .1.
friends for patronage AAW Root Beer -.. ..X.llp.. ....... .: .1.11 lap 1741 ,J obit lhiai .. .
you your Blackman B M KTS 1KEH ID BLOCK 4 45 II '. y 'f"r'/' '

Brown Lloyd/ L ______ 101 1* 1.055 5.7 Church property __ 1111 HARLEM ADD NO.l
and friendship thru the We Bailey Duke 141:T* COpUIITTHUBBSOSD 8D U 10

years. Bush: W Chaa D. A...Carolyn aLsiRatAi. 407 Lots 17-11 == 41 II w..l. Mlxon Block Gs'Lob. a. rc"rra.: : .P.: :o.tsao. 120." .. t tPia. :

have Bracking, Dorothy Jan lit: Block II Be. II ft '.71 Brook L Lot .A Bernice Anthony 5,51 ,
sold our business and will soon W A. 17* ft S of NB Lot 50 I
Brantley Machine Shop 57,45Call tor-Sltt ft-W Holiness: Church: Jesus .... i .
110.0Cochran
but Raymond. James _________ 135.11Cason 171 ID.41 .t-N to 10 LOB* ft I 41 Jack NAL1B .COURT = II 41 53 Henry Harbuck 70,1
move away will always remember .. .... II 1C. Batty Davis 11.0. _
John Tiff LABELLB HIGHLANDS Loll II to 17 __ J.... Mltch.n '4.77m:1II
Cl.wl.ton Watch *. Jewelry 4110 81> ELK I* I 41 II of BEY of
Clewiston Daniel a.... ". ....0 Lot I-T _______ Charlie ._ II U 54 John JlcK.nDa.--:
with much pleasure.. Elite Cafe Grocery (Jan a Oajadha) ., ...., -. .. II.II Lee Bryant 71"OtI ft f
Fla: Can Product ins ____________ 5,550.05 LORENA SD NH 0 II II JIw' Cor See, .L"J j
Grainger, Cecil _________________ 1811 BLOCK II ft-5 44$ ftW'to
AI PearlmanWe Orator,, Archie _________________ 141.I* Lot. 1| to 11 Lola Woolen Maddox :IS ft-N FOB It 45 U 1'1.. Cans Predecte III."
Ills
Oooliby, J L Hill LORENA 10 8\10\ .
Olad.e Loan Corp. 1411 BLOCK II 41 II NWY or NIl' ot .

Ol.d. Restaurant 11,11 JI.t Lot 5/tf\T\i Co R. A Pearl Conner '.41 55114. a II 54 Arthur J. August ....
It
Gulf Service at*. (Maxilna) 71 SEY of .W\4\ ot
Hare Oene A Mary ______ .*..* ft B of NB Cor OL I .d II U Muriel Orl.b. too
I-S III ::v.aniiOi
Holland Broe. 117.77 ft W Itt S

have purchased Ales Army Store Hendry Co. Rock Ca 1,1**.t* tt-N Po"" 100 V.orcLi : l45 U Harry: H, Blumberg. ....
Harlem Gulf 8.rYlce II71III De': \171 et s-.r.t. I 41 II Allot Lynn Bailey Grant lit.II ON W a
Henry Ada Kea Rtaurat ft W of I,
and will Herring. Kelvin 11111 $50. NB Cot Block mS ft"Iotp
operate it under the same namein 4.... S-W la7 ft-5 Montgotaery
.
Hilton. OrocInman. Horace *. John Sheppard -. 114 40 114.10 It to FOB 5 41 M W. P. Andrew 11111 P150 ft 0, 1. It :: =: Montsemen: : = 'IU: .

the future. Johnson Noble Vera _______ III. RIVrRVIEW: PARK '
We are continuing the 11 ( 41 II Block II. Lot 4.5-
Elinor June
Jonea, 0.11. ft
Lots :to. 05 n5 LK Richard V. Phslpe '1."
Joy. Cut N Curl IN tlov .. May WY Lot 1 Do W.
Waldo Andrew .... B..I.p 1,10
B 1.
sale now in progress. Later we will re- Jonee Johnson Texaco Arthur Servlc L. *_JuaalU_______ 41...It. LA'.lf.1L.rtr.:: to BD 14 141 II Oscar Lang-ford Jr. lAt II II _. __ Richard Richard W.M. Cow Cone __ ........
|| tlAllc
Jonei Lewis Sprite ANDREWS ADD TO Hlock 1 11. N Lot\
Julian Beauty Nook (Julia May Mass) : .,. LABEILFI PARK / 4< f. All 1 Leonard
L. a Nancy :R.
novate and restock with new merchan- LakMlde fur Ber. Sta. ___________ u it Block 5, Lot / Lynn Bailey Grant R.... 1l//
dise. Lee Scott, r.rm. in.it ash O.L I see It ft 11'.11 Block lit. Lot 1/- Mary WIldee Crum '.11
Low. Marina Boat Motor it.ti trio on W ild. .xo ;
Maddox. Rar..p If." a lot 10x11ft N A Block 150. II II n
Norris. James 13. till S la SID Cor ___ I 41 II W.p.W.ldo Andrews11.13 lot All Lot 11
Monde lire. A. Forreat Whltfl.ld '".n .xd j'f ft .,.- -. Do.thL a. Carolyn .. I I
Come in and acquainted. We Montey Jolly Roger Flak Camp coos FAIRVIEW SD I II II :: 1.17 I
get are Nail. W C n, 17,1 Lot 44 to II Sarah Kffle Torano ".'1 Block 1", W II tt .
___ __ 114 Lot. 17 to l( Lot 4-11I II It Lot
Noble., R. B. ____ Saran irn. Torano Z-Z 101 ItBlly
happy to be here. Ntaon a. Taylor Ill.II tABKLLB: HEIGHTlALot : The Trnst.u or Dlaeseof
Orange Gold 1m, CIO H. D. Hara.y .. .1I7(.17 liD 41 II So. Florida 1.11
Patrick Motel 1 Pool Room Roe.ll 1140 FALMDALB. I to 11 D-= Luhley _______ 14,it Block 105. Lot 0 The R..dal Lumber Ca 11.11 "a
S. Ill:11 I 4b 500.0 !0l Lot 11 R W. Crouch .7.77 ,
Platt L. U V.ro OSchmidt. II 41 Dlt.JT: .1..... .A. King Lye : 15i Lot H
AI Etenson'DRiVING.1 Shish John Ranch IILII Il I II 11I J!] lot Lot 7 Dared L. a Betty Carllad U. '
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William Hora Block /.
Lot 1/ Lot.i i -
D. 0. Block .
Shell Oil Co. II*.14 FORD PARK = Harris 107Slma .
SD .
lemlnol* Re.taurant (IT. J. Crawford) ..-...... '7..' 11100 1. Lots .., 41 II T. I. .lr.Ida Crawford tel.4
Dael.1 44.II 1,.. 11.1k D Bowen __ 1171
Sullivan Block elf. Iota U-
Texaco Filling. Sta. (Topham) ___ 71.It Lot 1{ : ... Charles Jeor-lann* Barbara Cofl.loTTI.... 1171: Audra Bower ..... r:
Tyndall. W. W *. c. F Row 14.11 Kort* 10.tI Block II'. II Lot -
Texaco Service Pla. (Jerry A. White) 41.4( Bea 1. Lot F. Darla 11 Nelley at. Ca Ina -
The Tropical (J. B. Fountain) JII.*. \ to'ii A.ro = 10.13/:!tLete \ Lot 10- ; Bill Soots .,. -., t:1:: : '

Town Paint a Hdwe (J. '1'. C.lOn) Ill.17 Lota 11.10. JollJab Gives .....- ..... Lot 11 Bill S."o" ".'11 I
Wuhintton. Carl mil Lot II (till. less Coleman-- Illocit. ii'i."t 't''i// .
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Willis I H. ) 47141 Lota I4 toil R. Hlnl Wilier to II Rufus J. a. K.ltp onn. 1.71 I
1\\} Warren,Wj. pCCbICk 14.11 tI ....0 Anna Harries 11.4'".70 Beak "/ Elk .
1t { White's R..t.ur.nt 10.... I 55 J. H. Cb.o.tr Lt/ Lottllot .5Lot I
III t 71 Tim WIt .lonnl. Toutls seal
Wllllama "oP Curtis .-. _____ ..... I
William Frank Tractor Sale -- T70I t ill Jobs James 14.4'
Toung Harlem Funeral Horn -- 10411 t U' R.yll.let Johseos + 4.44 Block 110. Lot 10kK I
t. 111.1-1 Tim Curtis 11... : Lot 11 .lull.n JI. Dlckaoe .... \,
Block 111, lot '
.Lota Ill blf : Or. .Itcllep Let ,
NOTICB .. Cop I'.rta.r 11,10 Beak 117 W 4it..

Nellie I. hereby given that tile followlnll lande or o0 much MILLER: SD I 450 Lot Lola 5-Aul 11.50 !..== T.Dorothy J. Jr. lens a "Crawforr nokln. tt: I r

thereof as will b. necessary to pap .-. amount due for taxes herein LoU ..T r Selma Brwwn IJI Block .... W'" Lot I
oppoeits to the same, together with eke cost af cools sale and adverliaing Lot 11 J. 1. Mcrerland 1-11 klii0 ft Lot Matbarlne R. Hogan U. I j
costs lit will b. mid at public motion on the Itt day of lens, 1511bogienlnf Lot II ====j 'lots. bennett -= Ut oo Loti U11 .1 ,
at twelve o'clock. coon .t the Cltp Hall of the Clip ofC.I.toll SUNSET PARK 80 I 41 II Sarah 1'0unt'l" IL00 \ I
rlorlda. The leads are below described aseording. t. plat Block B. Let II IAUII Curtis: '..4
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rooord I. plat look t palf" fI to 11 Inolll.ll" .f the surreal Publlo Lou 11-17 a Rose Adams '.Ot Block IIL Lots I.1. Esther: I: Taylor I:: u: : : I ILet
rlorlda. Block C, Lot 17 _, .Iu.nsta James 4.44 1rr-r Esther = I
Record of Sundry County Richard Matt.cn, Taf' CoIJoeto.. Lou II. Leroy Turoall. 1.44 Block 515 aid Lot 1 Thi3. Leon a June Bembry r' 3./0 ?, : !]
Lot Block Lot.
Check BIocIl Amount 1* toUt > '

__.4 Owns Lulher. Low BxeepV Sllf of S74'of ll'L Jai Churck T Foy of the Estate Llvlnir_ till ...ek 11 .hloti!YBlockw Lewis Sprite Jones 3.5/ :.' i 4

N14I' (l..pr.ntaonlO I God Moaea \b II Clyde a. Relic Clark
.
of lot 1 I 11,11 Jackson A ArlUa liS. Tole 1J ILIt. 'tf I

--- Those Charles tc Caroline Boothble'1f: IS W/l'.f II 111 tl till 11 Lota Tr. 1.44Jo to 1/ II.IDb 33. a. IIuUl TlIIma" I..... '..
III .r
R. W. Crouch Id it.41 ROM r U. 810elr 400:1,1 / .. Samuel R. 1'1.101. I." J
lot II Lot It _
Rachel
T. .Anc.ll "
Joh. Sill
Brakes. L CooetlPattd 1. Cullen lot olot alt lot TEM 17 11.11 Lot.. .1 Ruler. A. AJIc. Hall 11
Keller Contraction Co : 141 Block B. Lot tl-ll ftf.i*. Chia *" .-_ [.11 Block .U, Let _, tf.te. Lee a Mary Co "U_ '

Ramon Rubio Orta 114.g.1 Lot ll-lt I IT ....__ ___ 15.11 'iU j
V.fMllWtV''e. ass Brook u' Lets
safe E III Block H. S II n A "l1
Brakes are not Ramon I. Iii
Hogan ZIT' a to w fl Let W. n B.U.y tft" :
gal Block I
Kalherln. -
1(4(1 J.GtI ..- "
when not in shape. 11,11 1ludoook ... I IJ. Ii
E 15.Ipb BTlllmanRalpK : lot IIIIII (711 11.11US t..a. Jam*. X. Cochraa Jr., __ ,...> /1412.. Lets I" .I.p.to y.l.laude 11....
Let us adjust or reline B. TlllmanB. lot II D.., nu. tt q .
W. a
lots ., 11 tot 111 It Christie 01_ IU4
them I re B. BlouatSamu.1 laid lot It* r.l1.NWtt.l :ta"r_ Glenn a Clarbe' Olase
now R. i R ItU
lot II 40. 1111 R Jehaseqa
S .ll ft-W lll.ltf
Rachel Angst.. Mary QWUkbso5 1.4111 111 (144 > M I'OB..* ::: .4r: Lot f.- 11"1.,. B..tl.t Ch.rsh.. 7.11
J.G,
LieQL Uf to II, 11" If If nUt .b 151 It Caloo** Rock Corn.ir SttIL4T M.HIn a. Paull.
e ish lthads bb U. if m lltllKM Fornesa 7:55
h .Ima Block .
Lets .
Service :IIJo.IO Io ta1ta II FAVORS SD it II I'

1Y1 .. > tnal W. 411 It.pula Stew lot II 411 411uaee 111 111It7 STS M VIola & Crate.Oenld iuC't:. i ii"i1 3. y l'1.r Howard BUU 3145 I y 1Ia I
BOOTH .0
.tUII/ lot 13Aesop .
R.ula
W. I it
T'aeeSaS B .. 7.111 W. It Ra7.ala H. '
a. Temple yep Judd lot !t Lota .S Stewart -- Shoe I
B. ; .

K*, t Jam. Palrlda Dsrte OwenS Jack.a lot bf 1 = 1.17Robrtl 117 W hL r/w\4 :. JlR wy IT U n Shares U JaMTATM'MoTl ter.- lilt 1 f0l. ..t.Lote u.. I 1- ItIaItt1 i. WlaltG'r 17.1.'L" :I."

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for the cpecial professional officer lned to Adair
AIr
Page Four THE: CLEWISTON NEWS GewUton. Fla.Thursday. Choir will Boys In ServiceMAXWELL training la recognition of lion Oregon 'm,15 I
F.S.C.
May 7, 1W Section Two sing his demonstrated potential asa

AFB Ata.-Cap- leader In the aerospace force.

tain William C. Hall. Jr., eon The captain, wtaoee wife Is the ---...
Clewiston. Church May 12The of Mr. and Mrs. William C. former Betty Carole Smith Sugar1and
I Clewiston Church Directory Nan of :318 E. Circle Drive. daughter of Master Sergeant Phannaq)
member student choir The choir will sine at Owls- Clewiston Fla., graduated from and Mrs. Norman K. Black: of
of Florida Southern College, ton Hlh School Wednesday the United States Air Force's 7668 Walters Lane, Washington PIZZAYU
Lakeland will present a concert moninf. May 13. and at the Squadron Officer School at the D. c., is a graduate of the University -
mom OF JESTS CHRIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN of sacred music .t 7.30: Biltmore Terrace Hotel, Miami Air University' here Friday, of Florida. He is a memo
Booker Fiat. 1(3 E. Veatara Avesun 497 Royal rale AvesweHenry p.m. Tuesday (May 12)) at the Beach Wednesday evening, at April 17. bet of Sigma Phi Eptilou. 2-3311
Paul Strickland. Pastor Rev. Leon M. Cabmrell, H. Ford Minister Is
First Methodist Church dewis- 8:30: pm. Captain NaU was selected Captain Nan: being peas-
i 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. Interim Pastor 9.45: a.m.-Sunday SchooL ton. -
.. I I 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 1:45: a.m.-Sunday School. 11:00: a.m.-Horning Worship. The choir which has the reputation -
Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 11:00 la Pan
: a m.-Nursery the of being one of the best
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TOO: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. 1:45: p.m.-Training Union. Jab Rouse. college choral groups In the 1
Saturday: 1.00: p.m.-EveninJ Service. 8.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow. South, li singing' at churches .
TOO: p.m.-Youth Meeting. Wednesday:
ship. and schools throughout Florida -
7:00: p.m. Officers and Teachers Wednesday: on 1U annual summer tour

COMMUMTT:. PENTECOSTAL Meeting. 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice.ST. Its members represent 20 states
HOLINESS CHURCH 1.00: p.m. Midweek Prayer Director of the choir Is Jack sales havemore
Service. Comet
South Clewblan.. flouts who has been a memberof
MARGARET'S CHURCH
1.45: p m.-Choir Practice. .
Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor Rev. Larkin Connolly Florida Southern's music faculty
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School.: since 1962. Previously! he
..
8:00 a.m.-Sunday 14. .
11.00: a.m.-Morning Worship. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH was head of Tennessee Wesley-
7.45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 331 W. Oseeola Arcane 7:00: p.m.-Sunday 14.... an's music department for 18
Service. Rev. David Denslow Pastor 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass year
Wednesday: 9.45: ..m.-Church: School. TOO: a.m.-First Friday M.... The program at First Church
7.45: p.nx-Prayer Service. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 8:00 p.m.-First Wednesdayeach will Include the following selections
Friday: (:.00 p.m.-Methodist Youth month Catho :
7.4S: p.m.-Youtb Service. Fellowship.! lie Ladles'. Altar So- "My Savior Dear" t>y Bach; than double
7:30 p.m.-Evening Study. ciety.Saturday "I Will Not Leave You Comfort
NOKTTGIDE MISSIONARY Thursday: : less" by Titcomb; "Salvation Is
9:30 a.m.-Religious Instruc
BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice.ST. Created" by Tscheinokoff.:
,
SOl N. Francisco Street tlOD.CII17&CD "Lord, Thou Has Been Our
Bro. Chester Johnson MARTIN'S CHURCH Refuge" by Vaughan Williams,
Interim Pastor (Epbeepal) OF CHRIST He Never Said a Mumbalin'
9:45 a.m.-Sunday School 27 N. Pacific 301 South Central Avenue .Word" as arranged by Wilson;
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Rev. dark H. Dorman Vicar J. J. Sullivan Minister 1%. Story of the Twelve" by
(:.30 p.m.-BTC. Sunday Services: Sunday: Soott; two numbers by Rozsa:
7.30: pm.-Evening Worship. 7:30 a.m.-Early Eucharist 10:00 a.m.-Blble School. "Alleluia" and "Hounna":
Wednesday: 10:30: a.m.-Family Service and 11:00: a.m.Worship. two numbers by Eozsa-Wilson:
7.30: p.m.-Pr.yer Service. Church SchooL "Star of Bethlehem" and "Ad
Too: p.m.-Worship.
Saints and Holy Days as announced. Wednesday: oration of the Mad," and two UP131 0o
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CHURCH OF COD 7:30: p.m. Midweek devotionsand numbers as arranged by Rin,
3U Berth Paeifle Area** Confessions by appointment' Bible Study. wild: "Sometimes 1 Feel Like
Rev. Joe Coleman a Motherless Chad" and "The
Battle of the Republic."
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. HI-HAYEM" BAPTIST CHURCH Hymn
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
11:00: a.mv-Morning Service. Highway 729 .
7.30: pm.-Evening Worship. Rev. Vie Turner Pastor APOSTOLIC FAITH
South CJewtatoaBro.
Wednesday: 9.45: a.m.-Sunday SchooL
Pentecostal churchis
Luther Pastor
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Dixon
Friday: (::4S p.m.-Training Union. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday SchooL *
7:30: p.m.-Youn People's Endeavor. (:.00 p.m.-Evening Worship. 11:00: a.m.-Preaching. incorporatingThe r rNo '
Tuesday: !
Wednesday: in
dewiston Pentecostal
7:30 just a
: p.m--Prayer Meeting.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH (:.00 p.m.-Pr.yer Meeting. Friday: Holiness Church has been char. year

Nerth Sucariaad Auditorium 7:30: p.m.-Youn People'sMeeting. tered by the office of Secretary
B. J. Goodrich Minister CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF of State Tom Adams and will
become a corporation.Rev.
10:00: .m.-Bibl. School. GOD
John R. Tyler Is pester
215 South Pranelse
11.00: a.m.-Communion and Street
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH The charter was filed In the
Worship Service. James F. Klmbrel Pastor
Boat deviate Tallahassee office on April 24,
7.30: p.m.ommunlo: and Sunday:
Rev. Herb Pastor Subscribers Rufus Irvin
HIgdon 1964. are -
Worship Service.Wednesday 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School:
9:45 School Tull and Elizabeth and
: a.m.-Sunday
: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship.
11:00: a.m.-Worship Service. Gaines Ricks, all of Clewiston. .
7:30: pnu-Bible Study. 11:00: a.m. Children's Church. -- wonder Comet sales ,are soaring-setting new
7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service 7.00: p.m.-B.ptlst Union Training records every day! This car's a winner and everybody

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Wednesday: 8.09: p.m.-Worship Service.Tuesday loves a winner. It's the World's Durability Cham
Kingdom HaO-417 W. El PasoR. >> 7:45: p.m.-.Chrlst' Ambassad Our heritage is / 'I ::::l:
Osbom ors.Thursday : alfittttraoaL: "-? pion ". winner of the Pure Oil
Sunday Watchtower Study : 8:00: p.m.-Brotherhood. Methodist Achievement Award '64's Most
4:13: p.m. 7:30: p.m.-Prayer and Bible Wednesday: of topicMrs. Honored Car for styling and design
7:30: p.m.-Hour Prayer.
Tuesday Bible Study 8.00: p.m. Study. Thursday: Curtis l'r1WII in chargeof $i holder of a traditional record for
7:30
Thursday Ministry School Friday:
p.m. 4.00; p.m.-Roy.l Rangers for 8.00: p.m.-Choir Practice. the program of Christian at the Service Woman'sSociety held "i; high resale value .' bigger, bolder,

Service Meeting 8:30: p.m. Boys. at the First Methodist Church t Jv 1 more beautiful than any Comet before),I
Monday night Mrs Richard I Better join the winner's circle-today!

Pap and Mlis Barbara Francisco ,
This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored The were presented in a dia e SuN petfoI '1Ire. aJ.
By Following: logue. The Marks of the Methodist
Church were given\ by
Hendry County Howell Mrs Wm. T. Stltt; Mri. D. R.
Floyd Agent Parkinson's Inc.
Galanlnl, Mrs. Thelma Calder,

Phone Motors S-690I STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department) Start A.Mrs.Moore W. P.and Jernlgan Mrs. Frank, Mra.,Ze-W. Get a "success" deal on '64's hottest 'car!


Kelly Tractor Co. Gidden Furniture Clewiston, FederalPhone monek.Mrs. Wendell Whaky gavean

SAVINOS II LOAN ASS'N interesting reading on the
1-8301
Store Wesley family, and Mrs. Fry HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS INC
Pridgen.Cities Inc. gave the Modem Glimpse of ,
:. It's Easy to
Way"f the Methodists. Sugarland
Service Highway Clewiston, FJa
Th. Glddeoa Mrs. Zemonek presided at the
..rh ." business session, when reports
were given on study of Asia by
Mrs. Fred Bikes.
: *. WILSON'S 59t Mrs. Slices gave the highlights
h "
of the annual conferenceof
:.
3Lb. Can the Woman's Society of
RITE Christian Service in Orlando at
which she, Mrs. Jernlgan. Mrs. 1 ,
W. A. Slewart attended It was
announced that Mrs. Jernlgan.
1 CORAL WEBBSt Mrs. David Denslow Mrs. Fred f "0",,
t : VanciL Mrs. 'M. L. Goodwin will r-
Liquid Qtse 39 Rice 3-Ibs.49 S iv
fl uu uuuu attend a district training meeting J
at Boca Raton on May Tin,
APPLE PALM RIVER and that Mrs. Jerntgaa and

Jelly __ _ 20-oz. 29 Vienna Sausage 2 for 25WIISONS others meeting'will la Vero attend Beach a on similar May : j "l \- -


LARGE 14th.There were 27 present at the

Bif & Mor 39 Doz. 41 meeting.
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LARGE GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS _. :I May. 10th
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Mrs. Gentry'On ? F ; i

Scholarship :;*::I :rpv
'. 3 Lbsb 29c .,:- A Day to Remember ::x" ;
; Mrs Jacquelyn B. Gentry,
home economics Instructor of

/ ,Clewiston announced High as School recipient has of been a rt'r. 1J Mothers[

) PICNIC HAMS Lb. 3Sc the room-and-board Personal and scholarship Family Finance for Day, i

Workshop by the University -
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of Florida at Gainesville
The annual workshop has been Take her to the Clewiston Inn ,for

Stewing Hens __ Lb. 29 Fryers uun Lb. 29 held nine on years the and campus has proven for the most past !t } tt

popular with teachers, principals a delicious dinner Sociable surroundings -
}} ROUND AND SIRLOIN sea OtOIa and county supervisors, '

Steak uu _____ 89 Chuck Roast u_ Lb. 49% coordinator according classes to of John will the M.be workshop.The Moorman.conducted. I'l and delightful 'Atmos-

between June U and July 24.
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Luncheon is from 12 noon to 2:30:: pm

You can get i( Dinner is 'from 6 pm to :.r:3Q'"p( :

> FRANK'SGroceryaMarket Bar-B-Q to GO!


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