The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Clewiston welcomes the I r Th'd !'IS !

; !o the advancement of County and America's Sweetest ,

VOLUME S7 NUMBER 10 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 14. 1116 Return Postage GuarutHd. See. 840.3, p.u. SublcrfptIoo"OO peat

Okeechobee BoatacadeWith .
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sdvance Jellstrat1onl1G- ble. Ralph Evinrude is furnishing The directors in each localitywere Negro burglar is ;'

dica0n3! approximately 100 boat a boat mechanic, who will asked to let it be known
Waterway that local participation in .
the Okeechobea make the entire trip In his own the
bOItacacle this! week-end, d1rec- small, swift boat to lend help Boatacade event was desired
the Association have even from persons who were
1011 of that every boat wU! when needed. unable to take any other part '

be made coder rare the watchful boats care: and of The entertainment at Jensen in the Boatacade Itself.S. caught in store : i j

escort boats, patrol Beach on Friday night preceding C. Fry and Ross LaByer t '
veil seaplane from the CoastGuard the boatacade will be the attended the directors meeting 1 1a I ;

Directors from the va- highlight of the 1964 trip. Ralph Wednesday evening to coordinate 1 n rea9 James W. Ervin, Belle Glade earlier Sunday evening, where s!; "
noUi counties along the route Evinruda and his wife Frances dewlston's arrangements '' g sstia'kdt Negro, was found hiding under he was scared off by one of the ; .' I
reported plans at 1I1e meeting Langford. have arranged for with those of the group. It was a desk in Fry Hardware Store employees who was In the store. t''

Wednesday evening to the their Outrigger Inn to be turned planned to send a representative about 12:20: pm. Monday, and Ervin reportedly told officershe "t
Pit Room of Glades Restaurant over completely to the Boata- to Stuart <(
111 C3ewlstoa caders; there will be dinner and for the pre-boatacade briefingto Grades Loan Corp. office and to break open the cafe at o''\
Sheriff departments of Mar- entertainment at this well-known explain the docking facilitiesIn attempting to enter Time Saver Glade Loan where he had been ,"

to Palm Beach. Hendry and bost1el'). Clewiston, so the boatmen Market, according to the ,successful only In breaking apiece
untl! will have boats will know before they arrive Sheriffs Department. of hinge off of the safe's ',
.fLing In the escort dunes; The Clewiston entertainment what is prepared for them. r door. J:
Tnd other boat will help will center around the Elks dub There will be an Information _: In reconstructing Ervln's actions r

guide bell boatmen in proper Chan where the Elks have taken over booth and courtesy cars for '' ------ ._.,__-! +.-.;-_ e+shtl t.i W__;,;_a4__a _;_...:_._.,:.::....._.._,s.-_ Sunday night and Monday Lea Officers are continuing their .l r,
needed the responsibility of morning Deputy Sheriff Investigation of entry Into Red- ::
will be on band If serving transportation provided at the
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emergencies and will wmj their famous Everglades! din Wayside Park and Boat Ramp. NEW YORK WO LD'S FAIR OR BUST was borne late Friday evening The ins was delayed Carlton said that Mrs. Ethel Market II
ner, featuring barbecued chicken the sieges el ClewUto. High School Seniors Wiggins reported to him that "to
SB mechanical help ( Volunteer from Clewiston are earoute at Teehaw Junction with a flat
boat run into engine trove, sweet corn and relishes. needed to provide Informationand as they bearded a chartered has Saturday tire for nearly:: tee bean, however the' ... she had heard a noise! that morning Officers reported nothing 1.
AD1 aounded like someone breaking missing from Redlahes
This'mead Is always requested to help with transportation. afternoon fr their aehool triP The group b mainder of the trip ep was uneventful. '
into a atom Carlton, with theassl.tance while an undetermined amountof >
over and over again by boata- Anyone' who can volunteer reportedly having a. eieefleBl time teeing STAFF PHOTO. "
of radio operatorDon cash was taken from the v.
cadets and the Elks have a should notify Ross LaByer the and .U expected to be '
(Cane wage price large ,eltr right Taylor, Eddye Gunner and AP. .: ,
tall of volunteer cooks who Chet Perry of Fort Myers will
Assistant police chief R. D.
have become very expert in be Crulsemaster; the Gerald Officers are attempting to ?
preparing It. Dancing in the Moody's boat will be the flagship Sapplngton found the front door connect the two unsolved en- ; i
tomorrowA Club faces of Fry Hardware forced. Taylor
hearing Elk Club will Inflow again this year. Country sewage problemThe and Gunner guarded the rear trios his with associate Ervin and a coupleof : 'f,., I ,

public bearing on air price door as Carlton and Sapplngton ,'.
1964 sugarcane crop and onwaif' entered the front door and
fat paid to field worker Students chosen City Commlaslon, at its the business district, plus the business lots In the block. The 'searched the building. Ervin At Garden Club Meet

j fee sugarcane field*'will be meeting Monday night, learned schools and hospitals; the lines ordinance requested will also was found crouching under a Representing Clewiston Garden -
conducted I by the U. S. Department that the State Board of Health do not reach in the area near list other similar' locations. In desk In Fry's office. He bad dub at the District 10
of Agriculture tomorrow had refused approval of the the country club don The Com- the city forced the cash register and Florida Federation of Garden

it the Palm Beach Country septic tank plans for the Coup mission will consult with the On request of Acting City taken $5841 in cash and put Clubs President's Conference In f
Uades ofitee building at Belle for Boys StateHarold try Club buildings now under building committee of the club Judge Carlos Dickey the com- It in a paper bag which was Lake Worth recently: were Mrs 3/ ;, I
Glade, The hearing will start construction. A letter from the before making any plans or mission assigned the duties of found In the office also according Fred C. Slkes, president and .)fI;,
JI 10 o'clock.To State Board Informed' the commission decisions on the problem clerk of the municipal courtto to Carlton. Mrs Wm. H. Lanier, program ', .\, I
that it would be Vice-mayor R. D. Mattson .'
necessary -
UDder Jane JacksonC/ to relieve chairman. I
for payment
qualify Swindle
Sheriff Calvin -
Jones and Ricky Sexton .s to Install a central sewage ,presided at the meeting In Deputy Clerk Mrs Marie Webbof Deputy I
the Sugar Act of 193S:: ai that I
said Monday evening
will represent Clewiston disposal for the Country dub' the absence of Mayor Jones: these duties
amended, producers must pay Ervln had signed WI written A. O. Ward returned Tuesday
High School at Boys State this connect It with the I
buildings or The commission voted to a- where
employed In Attending the meeting were Palm Beach
all persons producing confession, not only for entering from West \ M
They selected by a
were is
year. city acwage. The City now 'Tt
ordance to
dopt an remove
cultivating or harvest- Commissioners Mattson Mc- Fry's but for entering he was a surgical patient at I
acuity committee and a committee I
rates not placing in operation phase the requirement of a 5-foot Carthy and Bmebry; absent Samaritan Hospital He Is I
jig sugarcane, wag Glades Loan Corp. and attempting Good ;.
from the Clewlston American .
ef planned city-wide sewagesystem
esi than those determined fair a easement on lots adjacent to were' Mayor Jones and Commissioner to enter Time Saver MarketRICHARD reported feeling fine
Legion Post. The American but it includes only
the Secre- public alleys, where the easement Slkes.
uA reasonable by 1 1j
Legion sponsors Boys State has not previously been "1" '
The public
:jrj of Agriculture. as a Youth Project in government removed. Dr. J. W Eiellc lp I

hearing making is a that routine determination.procedures PTA will hear called the commission's attention Bo Lindsey : ,,:,} ti" i. l' I I
Selected for their qualities of to the easement require- ...
Producer who process sugary leadership and citizenship as \ d!( :' '
he Ventura
ment lots
.v Band on owns on .1
cane grown for others must well for academic, standing TuesdayThe '. ,: 1'' !
as Avenue, which adjoin land if p
state .. ,,,
pal; prices which the department In school boys from all over Aliod- the city has purchased for alley J. ,. 1 I
judges fair and season Florida gather at the capital: Parent Teacher purposes to provide a direct ,. I
she This also Is a subject of for mock sessions of all governing tion will meet next Tuesday, east west aY'behind tht 100 dash L4 ,; ,,' 1
!the public hearing. f bodies at the city; county May 19, in the High School: grn yd -- ,; n.

The bearings are conducted and state leveL After their Instead of the Elementary r, ,
periodically through the years, briefing by Legion leaders and lunchroom. Dr. L. G. Vaughan Falls from ladderJesse Richard "Bo'' Lindsey.I

and tli growers and: producers by members of the state cabinet president, announced this week. Spurlln, owner of the Clewiston High School Senior .
Band of C.I.S.! won the Class B 100-yard dash s
ant concerned persona are the boys from their own Sugarland building in which Bay's BakeryIs I
then an opportunity to present ''. political parties, conduct campaigns will present. this program located was painfully Injured event In Gainesville Friday
with a time of 104. Lindseyhad
:belt testimony! and: recommendations and get themselves"elected"to Election of officers will take Friday when he fell from a qualified In the preliminaries (
office. The expert- HAKOLD JONES place, and the meeting will be ladder in the building, while with a 103 time

voce gives them a better under- an Important one. undertaking some minor re Clewiston had gained the ,) ..Ie.p1Me .
standing of how' the officials of Dr. Vaughan urges a large pairs. The ladder skidded on state finals by winning the I
allotment at the meeting the wodden floor and he fell,
hearingis attendance
Acreage our state are chosen Croup 8, Class B track event
I (Continued on Page 81) which starts at I p.m. receiving severe brusles. In West Palm Beach the week A

before as they edged a strong
set May 19 in New OrleansThe band Jupiter team B ,Ilet

Sugarland to present Lindsey was not beaten this

US Department of.AI- 1963 crop of sugarcane In area year in his dash speciality And +
riculture has announced a public exceeds the current quota by n established a conference recordin ; w
hearing on May IV, to re almost 300,000 tons. With no 4r 1 final "Concert in Park"The Ft Meade in the Ridge meet ,
solve views and recommenda- restrictions this year, acreagein ,with a 9,8 sprint rp
tam with respect to establlsbg Florida I* estimated to be Clewiston High School two, boys and arranged for the Coach Bob Baker attributedthe h r ,., i
farm proportionate chares about 40 percent greater than Sugarland Band will present its band by Bandmaster Scott. slower time to a soft track,
image allotments) for 1965: last year, and that for Louisiana .r P .. final "Concert in the Park" for Mike Kelly and Al Sanford are a slight wind and "no" com' are ,o or
sugarcane crop m the Mainland about 10' percent greater this year on Sunday at 1 p.m. the two sixth graders who will petition to push Lindsey. Bak-
Cane Sugar Area <( kuUna: ) Hearing will start partment's announcement saidin new and traditional, serious and The public Is Invited to attend ,showing of the entire team in ; 't s 4"w
II t 10 s,m, in the Grand Ball view of these fact and the light, as well as contemporarymusic this final concert which Gainesville finishing In the ,
room of the Jung Hotel New possibility large carryoverof according to director may well be the finest in the sprint medley and 880 relay.
Orleans, La. sugar Imposition of restrictions Jack Scott. series Scott 'sold There I II no "Our boys were completely outclassed "
The department-recently an- on the 1965: crop acreage ,thv" Soloist for the program will admission charge for the concert and out manned", Baker
"""cell consideration wa* beef appears necessary.A !J' be the band' sophomore euphonium "under the water tower". said, "but they gave it the
given to of Glade best bad." "Bo" LINDSEY won drat place In the 100 yard t I
the number
need they
for e. large player Ken Young He The numbers include Invercarglll -
wishing proportionate share sugar cane farmers and pro- will play the difficult "Glen Island March, Enchantress Boys making the trip Included dash. In the Class B Track and Field sweats for the aisle held .t 1'
w the 198J crop, and that con ceasors, a* well a* representative Waltz" by Tom V. Short Overture Glen Island Waltz, Lindsey Doug Angell. Dickie Friday In Gainesville linker's winning time .( 10.4 was 'r.
?*wtlon was being given to of a newly organized coop A special treat'' will be a Colonel Bogey March Cum Campbell Billy Carlthers. slower thaw some of his previous tines became ef lack el ''r
tt baiting the 1964 acreage cred- at Immokalee which has re-- cornet. duet by two elementaryband Rhondda Legend, Blue ;Bella Dennis Cann, Alberto Morrell. competition and a slight wind, according to Coach Bob Baker. ; J Ii
for the 1965 crop to can c e a t 1 y planted substantial students who will play St. Louis Blues, South, Carouseland Ronnie Olden Francis Robertson STAFF PHOTO !.
Planted prior to May 1. amounts of seed cane, will attend RICKY SEXTON! Blue Bella written. for these Trlumphel March-Aids. and Matt Stanton. "
Production of sugar from the the New Orleans hearing I

I Hosoital Week to be observed with Open House at Hendry General'' ..d-y_ < 1 : I.

The Board of Directors: medical Completion of a 134.125 addition other accounting chores In the livery and emergency rooms Gordon Allison Dr. John J. :; ,r I
staff and employees of has been made this year, office. which saves valuable time and Krueger, pathologist\ ; Dr. BeaJamlne I
Hendry General Hospital will of a project which added two For patient comfort, the hospital i 11 also labor saving. Guttman, radiologist! f, is

be hosts at an open house on spacious waiting rooms, adminIstratatlve Is air conditioned and The executone nursecall system Members of the Hendry r i,
Sunday May IT between the offices, admittingand centrally heated, with TV a- sows: tar Immediate patient County Hospital Commission g. 1 1.re
hours of t:00 and 5:00 p.m. In business office, a conference vallable for every room. Hill- to nurse communication Fred Slkes, chairman; John ,
Clewiston. The' open house Is room for use of the board Ron electric beds have been from any room la the hospital, Corbin, vice chairman; Robert ,A; l
to serve a two-fold purpose, and staff members and a quiet Installed which allows the patient which makes for tare efficient Byrd secretary and treasurer; :II
according to Mrs. Anna Mae room for meditation and bereaved or nurse to control bed treatment and car for patients; Dan McCarthy and flints Weg- r- "
Jones, administrator. First, in families positions from either side of and less loss nvtlon for nurses. man 'I ,
observance of National Hospital The addition of the offices the bed. flendry Central HotpUal. 1" !!
Week and second, that the relieved two patient rooms that The laboratory has recently with all ef tteae modem children I
general public may become had previously been used for Installed a new blood bank nrenlciieea and medlcajerrlces Teach your 1 1J.i

acquainted with the) modem administrative purposes and refrigerator for safe keeping of .has the LOWEST I
hospital facilities available to allows for the addition of blood given to patients. The per diem coat la the State traffic safety

them. beds. x-ray dark room has been en .f Florida. : i
The hospital was constructed Among the newly acquired largest and equipped with the The general public 1* Invitedto WALK ON ;;
In 1951 with a 50 bed capacity.: \ mechanical facilities in the past latest in developing tanks, film visit the hospital during the :

a Today It has a 75 bed capacityand couple years are a dictaphone storage, and film refrigeration. open house. Refreshment will IEFTFACING
r is considered to be one of recording system which allows Microfilming of patient be served by member of the .
the most modern equipped hospitals doctors: to record patient diagnosis charts and x-ray 1 It done for Hospital Auxiliary prior to the
V in the state. Immediately from various all patient and arc availablefor conducted tours by the nurse I ,'
...: ._- h Since the last open house In parts of the hospital.A screening on a projectorby and staff member

; -' 1961, over J66,000 has been new accounting machlng doctor In a matter of min Member of the medical staff Q
t spent in building! renovation and has been added which does the utes. are Dr. W, H. Shupe chiefof '

expansion. During 1962. $31,947 posting, payroll and various The nursery has been renovated staff; Dr. Edward McCon-

was spent in modernizing the and an additional Isolette ville. Dr. W 0. Rlgby, Dr.
original building, adding a new World' Fair trip added for use of premature I
kitchen, new laboratory lines babies. The new Isolette U the
and storage rooms, and enlargement Jack Brown and John Weet- latest model and tt Le only one Post Office GleamsThe

of the dining room. maD returned Thursday from a of its type In the state Clewiston Post Office I 11

..."....,..., --- .: : At the same time the kitchen trip to the World's Fair b) New Hendry General 1 11 equippedwith resplendent) : In new red, white TRAFFIC iI'
a isOPDi -- was equipped with new modern York. They went by bus, taking an emergency power plant and blue paint I,
ovens and broilers and a new ten day on the trip, and which takes over la seconds It., flag red snow white, and of Clewiston "
DOtSE: fc-aplfl will be exacted cad refreak. "meal on wheels" cart pure topped over for four day of la case of city power failure. flag blue and it dresses up the City
B4T u Ifead17 WILL BE OBSERVED BUN- medley served !lit ebten.aee chased to assure patients of hot sightseeing In Washington, D C. Piped oxygen I II available in corner of Central and Ventura
.. Ceaerallloeptt.al between tine .*.!, will be on their return. don: Police
lei I TAFF FHOTO. meals during the serrl l. every room. Including avenue very patriotically. Department
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60 days and 80 day revocation unlawful speed (25 or 10 days; Interested
U Page Two THE: CLEWISTON' NEWS dewiston. Fla.V Gas. Their spirit held howeverand Manslaughter or Robert Robinson unlawful Leroy Willis, public drunk $25; Eddie boat pil M
; 1 1plans
Crosby '
Thursday May 14, 1M4 they continued the musical of another's driver's John A. Owens careless driv '
use to
Sonny Sez entertainment well Into the lea Vt ROt
filedin and A. J. CleIVlstot
charges license 11 days; Albert R. log 110 Hinson no ramp .t 8 tq
second game. Not many places unlawful speed 12000; valid driver's license $35 or 1.111 aDclIllakt"
Miller, trip
THE CLEWISTON NEWS have a jam session awl ball acmes the t .
highway death Paul T. Harris wilful and 15 day. Is (Ibe ..
smoother .
nwribness lOin at the
of last week's fame ume early >o
PubUihed every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Owiston. time! wanton reckless driving $55 or lag). After lunch lIbe
election shocks is beginning to Hutto LaBelle in
Florida' by The dewiitao News, Inc.. a Florida Corporation. Trooper Roy 20 days and 7 days conditional the boat club I
wear off and Its time to man has filled manslaughter charges Boat Club lIIeJnbe",
t Entered as Second Class Matter February 1. 1027. at the "an original choice" for the and wilful wanton reckless driving pardon of 7 days provided he plansIndiantown guests Will make the III
", .I I Port Office in dewiston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of second!' time. The problems for charges against Travis O. leave driver's license with chief via the rim canal 1'eIurt....
March 3. 1179. of police tor 7 days; Robert Indian
f candidates who! are stffl politic- It's History Now Curby 17, as a result of an Robinson no driver's license. trip asked to bye restsuraar 4
fag lIlDinltobe. getting sccldent 3.5 miles south of La. notified
; I NATIONAL EDITORIAL 30 days, conditional pardon provided The Qewiston Boat dub plans mate I
ARID the people out to vote. SR 29 last Tuesday nUmber sd!
Belle on !
q he leave dewlston and a cruise to Icdlantown on Sun bote"
plan to
TI Though many of tile offices unity TEAKS AGOIrr. s 0 'hould
4 lI.IA night Ethel Mae White. May and invites DoUr, ..
t .: have been settled a It'fa.al ( .. Cfewfcton NewsMay According to the Investigating not return; day 24th all Waldroa or Eddi. croak,. 1
II stint of responsibility still rests with 11. 134): ) officer. Travis Curby drove his
d the people to express! their There were 1.J53 registered
I Subscription! Bates $4-00 per year 1955 Pontiac Into the rear ofa
; O 0 opinions on May, 26th. voters In Hendry county; voting driven
(Return Postage Guaranteed) 1954 GMC pickup truck ,
c'glftN BERYL BOWDEN. PublisherS. -a-- In five precincts. dewlston, by Frank F. Spelcbcr at a If an Apache rode into camp
Chief Wendell Whaley set law 647; East LaBelle. 12>; west Lewis
H. STALLS. Managing Editor high rate of speed. in olden days fear and violence usually resulted
enforcement "ahead or I>Ick"It LaBelle 295; Denaud 13; and Dallas Curby 21, brother' of !
:. Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1101 years last Friday morning Felda. 140.The .
Advertising: Rata on application. The management reserves before most people had hadtileII' largest shipment of Diesel the driver died ss a result of the arrival of
sustained In the accident Apacheinto
injuries an
the right to reject any objections) advertisement! of coffee.
cup units ever entering the state ,
General Hospital
THLI NEWS umnM o rooponolBlUty for thou rotura Of .. at Hendry
elicited uivornpu or photempk Seems a culprit or culprits of .Florida was received by on Wednesday, Hutto said. any outdoor gathering simply means comfort shelter
Tall: JiBWa OUIUBOO BO finualoj! rocpoulklllty'' for typoi had declared: an open house at Qewlston Motor Company and
The brothers lived In Wahneta enjoyment to its proud owner. He knows
BTapbleal orroro .r ooaunlottoao IB 4TrtUoBKBt but If eounad.t that his
ueh "oofon thou Saul lane ta will Aap sometime during the night which sold the units to contractors APACHE
emu of cor-
o tpr reprint been in Invmokalee.
had working
ratty ..at..f Q. oOortlmmofit l. whlck, tko orror _....... and a phone call had requestedthe on the Lake Okeechobee CAMPER is the best on the road and has been chosen by
... .. _.. more
I* the a .1 would fiber tbo eorrectto Iuotou. -
"' N.., will .,..N tbo pries o( tho ....rtJao_., br .. fingerprint kit in "the other project OUTDOORSMEN than any other! CAMPER on the
... ,. .... The younger Curby was market
.e' otwl th poreocuco tbo total apace M II. police car". wen sir Wendell Oewtiton Schools had a MayDay
ooiu or oo ltt4 sops roprooMtoa.. seriously injured and Is confined -
up pronto. shirtless and program In the auditorium:
shoeless, in walking shorts. If and field events on 'the playground to Hendry General!, while Drop by our outdoor displayat
that attire is equal to Dick Speicher and Thomas Rex Vin-
to celebrate May Day
not injured. the rear of State Farm Building for a free
Tracy's nothing son were demonstration
Visit Hospital's House space coupe and Child Health Day. of
Open is. The Qewlston High School Assisting Hutto In the Investigation a heap sharp tribe of off the ground campers. The SILVER

-- was placed on the state accredIted was Cpl. E. R. EAGLE and the RAVEN.
The invitation) to the Open House at Hendry General Seriously the police and list Lowman of Ft Myers.

Hospital Sunday afternoon should be accepted sheriffs department were on Tax Collector F. A. Dough- "- Immediately delivery Financing available

the the spot Monday morning and terty warned that May 19 war docketCases
by everyone in community for it is an excellent City
caught an intruder In Fry COUNTY"ALUMINUM
the deadline for
paying poll tax
opportunity to have a close look at a facility that may Hardware hiding under a deskIn which was required before voting. disposed of by Acting HENDRY SALESGreg

save the life of a member of your family or your the office. City Judge Carlos Dickey on
own. This prompt action was possible C. E. Miner entertained members May 6 included Kenneth White Esser Phone YU 3-2926 Ernie Miller,

.:&1 because Mrs. Ethel of the High School. diamondball DWI, S200 or 60 days and 60 Tribal Chief S fi 1 DCom>rind
For this hospital in a small community and county Wiggins\ heard a noise and reported team and coaches at the days revocation of driver's license Oewilton. I'll.
it to the officials. theater with refreshments after ; A. J. Hinson DWI $200 ChairmenS
and services which
brings equipment
compare very Strange noises strange actIng wards at his drug store,
favorably with that of the finest institutions in the individuals and cars shouldbe

state. It will be an eye opener to most of us to realize reported to officers 'TW12MTI TEAKS AGO e
that's your duty; then they From dewbfaa News
what is available to us within a stone's throw of our
can perform their duty much Mar 12. 144)
own homes. '.111.11I: more efficiently dewiston and M. R. Stroud was elected

Hendry County; 1* blessed with principal: of the Oewiston High More and
We step into another world when we enter the
efficient officers-city, county, School for a second year. more are
door of the hospital. Every square foot of area is and state-but they need and Dick Fitzhugh brother of Mrs.

immaculate attractive, and designed for only one purpose appreciate your assistance.: M. S. Wright returned to the

.. to give the best possible in efficient care of the --es- UJS. from Italy after two years.
The public) : should avail them- He was one of the few surviving
**. a.:., l-1".1. selves of the opportunity; to visit members of the "Lost Batal-
Hendry General Hospital Sunday lion". theWINNER'S
The staff is dedicated to the same ideal and the afternoon and note its pro. Mrs. R. M. Bishop was elect ,' joining

hospital board members have given the guidance and peas since the last open house ed president of the dewiston '

provided the means whereby this hospital has reached two year ago. Garden dub
The Moor Haven-dewlston E. C Carnell-Sart. liaison officer ,
its high standard.
present and LaBell area should be extremely for the British West Indies

General proud) of the facility; Labour organization, has left
Hendry Hospital operates at the lowest
as it Is a credit and a tributeto for Philadelphia at the close of CIRCLE
per diem cost of any hospital in the State of Florida the hospital commission and the harvest season.

today; and this goal has been accomplished through administration. Christian Chevrolet 'added a
efficient -SS- new room to its new home on
operation, through labor saving devices, and
The "surprise" strategy employed Sugarland Highway, formerly
through the fine equipment[ which is available throughout by Thrifty Drug Monday Baker Service station.

the building. night failed to hold In the About 20 pounds of honey
late innings and they "lost were recovered when a wall In
Students who have not decided on their life work, a..In"I Pioneer Building was torn awayIn COMETSALES

and those who have in inclination toward nursing, laboratory To the non-spectators of the the room where Red Cross I
men's league, Thrifty is'composed bandages were made. Bees had
work or medicine will be particularly interested .
of Cubans who enjoy used the space between Interior
in seeing the Hendry General Hospital.The sports to the fullest Monday and exterior walls for a hlvef.

dirctors and staff of the hospital are to be night section they showed bongo up drums with rooting cowbells -' TEN TEAKS AGO

congratulated on their fine accomplishment and the and other assorted noisemaking (From CUwtetoa News

area which is served by this outstanding hospital is to gadgets. The charm May 13. U54)) HAVE
worked for (H Innings, however Dr. T. W. Weeks wu namedto
be congratulated also for the support which makes '
their team "AH apart" and succeed Dr. G. Beaumont as
this possible. blew a 8-7' game to Glades director of the county: ; health
unit ;
M first graders appeared for NEARLYUBLED
a checkup In the pre school
clinic sponsored fcy> the Parent

Teacher Association.The .
Tigers clinched their

second: Suncoait victory with a *
,' 1-1 win over the Lake Worth ill !
r ,
(f Trojans. The team was Bob
Rota n d. Richard Beathea.

r'-r Thanks Friends pitchers, John Perry, catcher;
Many M. C Collins., Joe Peters, Charlie .
.. : Martins J. V. Tanner in, '- No wonder Comet sales are soaring-setting new'

I 'J'' field; Tom Owens. Robert Davis : records every day! This car's a winner and everybody
\ and Bill Ham, outfield.
Jay Miner was elected pred. .s loves a winner It's the World's Durability Champion

'" dent of (Future( Farmers winner of the Pure Oil

Mrs. Charles B. Owens was Achievement Award '64's. Most
the wonderful and
i For vote support you gave Installed president, Beta Sigma Honored Car for styling and design

PhiGeorge holder of a traditional record for
Adams and Nina Stanford .
reigned as ling and Queen high resale value. bigger bolder '
me on May 5th. of Sugarland at the Harvest more beautiful than any Comet beforel!

't Festival Better join the winner's circle-today!
The Junior class used a Mardi
d'fl' Gras .theme to entertain the .N. ..I./ .*.a Hgunn tae aw**H'*'W
seniors at the traditional ban
quet and prom.

.., Sammy Langford

'.' PIZZASugarland b Get a "success" deal on '64's. hottest car!

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r ..,,, -. ', Pharmacy HENDRY

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Sugarland Highway Fh'
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.' For Tax Collector

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p .!I Most qualified


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11. B. S. degree in

1 f :i business administration

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: ,I'i' University of Floridara

( adverWment paid by C J. Loworn)

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Page Three
Scout drive Thursday Uty n. iM4

end June 1e 1 Curtis Thompson duties last Wednesday. Ha is a -- --
\ill\I long
enlist in time Klwanlan and Is a
Scout tuDd driv.wU1tII. ArmyHenry past president of the Willlstan
drat of June,and Ca1r- Curtis Thompson Jr. Club
Greg Esser II optimistic MO of Mr. and Mr H. C. Ken Walker Hendry County;
the filial results of thee Thompson Sr. of Csperanza Civil Defense chairman; was 8M;
Avenue bat enlisted In the regular guest speaker at the May ft
e. campaign! to raise open Army for a three year pe meeting! at which time he out
Dal funds for Boy Scout **" riod.The lined the need for continued preparedness
being conducted one enlistee will report to MIami of Individuals and the A
'es II posse basis, said JIo: today for assignment to county for a time of emergency
e to sp who have not been )'t. Jackson SC. Following his The speaker presented those
are asked to man their basic training he expects: to be present with copies of "Medical
bed lbutloPJ iJI, The workers assigned to a technical school Self-Help Training" and "Per HAYDON BURNS
found some peraoDi DOt at for special Instruction In me- sonal and Family Survival"
when. they call he added.fend .. chanlci. booklets which have been prepared ,
( drive captains *.r.ested by the Department of Def- .,
to finish\ cowering //Knse Walker noted that he
d.reas.ndtoturnone Rev. Denslownew hopes to present additional ,
elf ,and cards to the courses for adults and students GOVERNOR
based on updated CD materialin
have been very secretaryRev. the future.
.nd their work !lot J1'eI" While enthusiasm,and Interest
enl appreciated. laid Esser.1105' David Denslow, pastorof > In Civil Defense rise and fall
who have doDatedroIISb' the First Methodist Church, with the World Affairs, the local
o \ to this cause are ito hu been appointed secretary of unit continued: to active :
natulated.. U anyone his the dewiston Kiwanis Cub replacing Walker said He cited a recent
Burns Means Business
missed and wishes a work James Brandon who Is mission to LaBelle when a tornado : .
ein, be should phone YU moving to Naples at the closeof which hit a trailer bad -
tad a worker will can" school been reported at a trailer park
1 the chairman. Rev. Denslow assumed his destroyed. Proven Progress

r Best Qualified '

Haydon Burns Stands FortPreeervation

*A sound approach to all of Florida's financial of Homestead Exemption. '
problems based on his experience as an AdIISovereign Bights of the individual states within
ministrator. the framework of the Union.
So Much
Thanks ...
*A variety of technical training courses within the Primary roads to bo developed-in state-wide
junior college program to provide technicians network to relieve congestion and to permit free ;
required in Florida's expanded industrial development traffic movement through all cities large and
small. I

*An end to the present calculated and unfair 34% *Rights-Of-Way'to be recognized as a part of pri
highway construction, and the state's re- I
washout of first year college students which mary
has been deviously conceived to make room for sponsibility. Relief must be given to the' mu- ,
To all who helped in
my the enrollment impact for which the State has nicipalities. I-

not provided funds! Revision of our antiquated state Constitution with ; *;". ,
a clear definition of the separate powers of) government ;
campaign, > *Free, Public and Open Schools. Education is our I
most important state responsibility. -executive, legislative ,and judicial.FOR .

For the splendid vote, and GOVERNOR .I I i.I 1 1I 1I I w

for your faith in me. I I


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I will serve to the very best of my ability, and


will strive to be worthy of your confidence rk' I ,.., I I"f

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June White s-,+ .
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"YOU the taxpayers and voters, are entitled COUNTY 1 \

to FULL-TIME service from all public officials. t ,

Please will if elected Native and ,lifetime resident of Hendry t". -
consider this on May 26.1 I ,:

devote 100% of'my time to your service as : County 111 '. ,

Tax Collector, and will take part in no other w r o lr.. r Fully experienced 8 years as accountant ; !: I

business activities. I assure you that your and office manager for automobile dealer. -' "

needs will be filled promptly, courteously, and Now self-employed as public accountant. ) :.: '


efficiently in all parts of the county. Adequate i4r, Graduate of LaBelle High School. Night i

facilities and personnel will be maintained I school student in accounting at Edison ,:

all times. Junior College in 1962 :

A family man wife :Janet, daughters, ; I

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Thank you for our consideration. Teresa and Carol and son, Paul, will also I,ill'". ,i

'- appreciate your vote and support. j'lDo'i

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Lol 4 ha L.
.0'1'1011 BYt of NBIi .! Nil Norton
any formalltrai and tte reject
J'cNr! TBJ: CLEWJSTON NEWS ealwiete J'1a. any and all bid. ..,. .A.n of NB\_ .... Rd 1- I.Q

'Thursday May 14. lM4 Plan and Hpeclfteatlon maybe twelve o, clhock.sees at.tb.that Co urt Home door Is Joseit) o' 1L.B.B.. Rws_. '-=.i It II I. 1. A. Jr a Uacla
Bv .. ....a:
ascend from tb. Clerk of the ale & CooIIra.
RHQW. Circuit Court. Court House, cola a ihl following edieeerrlb: d land:: two :, t::ramoois d'n f:r II 41 l| aLa

LaBolle, Florida during the I seoppositesame.. tofether with mil eoU. > o. Beth hoe 1'- ; BUs Yoe
herein ?
tax** lI of NWT
rea-ular hour of 'm
all adv.rUeln _
and "
Sealed proposal for the furnlehlnc Ml* 1twy\. tis

.._ .! rwlal BtortUm .f and Installation of air A. a Ward Hendry County Tax Collector ffV'orTNB.\ ''of 4* E4w, B'U.* mba

....*...1.>.. .( Bull** Oral**** condltlonln- equipment In the 'I'M8I' .Tea NW of NWfc", axocsrn LN
:' MEN DIED IMMitvt .( Hradry .. .. ...._1.s whNbw. B..de.e Florida, will be rolvd by the N -j II Colon Grain*,, .
...b UI.wIrt exreedlagIdse.saes Board of County Comntlslonr NORTH LABELL1II NBYof: ...
eEY .
t that.w' might bt frt.. The pricleut prleiltgt ..." IN ....... of Hendry County, Florida, until. HEIGHTS liD 11 41 t/ Rwy' Ito If
Nollea Is hereby .I..n that 7:31: Pad E.8.T. on th. llth day Loll .74 to lilt a n 1' L. Danawa
l.'j' of ..dom it o privlltgc w. often special freeholder lection. will of May, 144. at the office of the 28i to 101alitta. BI E.t It.-
il too lightly acknowledge. To thou In ... held In Holies DralnaaDl... County Clerk In the Court HouseIn .0' a. III 10 11I0 .A orwJl\i"! 1 i Id1 I' .Nnl.y 204,1.tWK ..
tit II 1117 to _
trlct LaBelle. at which tlm* theywill to 11.11
of Hendry County, Florida .. ,. II
1I bondage it it o goal worth dying for. on the llth day of June, 1>44 b* publicly opined and read 541A710to707aIll Rd John MooseftBtfeWCorot W. II Thou. B.
; to s14
j for th. purpo.e of determining Horner Maddox Sl7.71Lot. B** 111 ft N A 171 -_
"' :
7 f whether .rial bond. of men The work for which these pro.po.aI. Re: Tf1:7 71i--. 1 brmNla. Laeurloo = 1,01DIFrENAA17OIC' 11.11.
Christ d:cd that bt free 1'the
w might .
District not eioeedlnc IJOOOOO. are to b* submitted consists :
.0 hall b. I..u.d to flnanc the furnishing. and Installationof > 11-aIdt0-7111
Son thtrihn shall' make 'free
;);, ._ you 'yew uqui.ltlo.d construction of Central Air Conditioning forth ADD ro LABELLIII II .1 11 -N 10 ft to POB _. 111 I. 1(14Late
tkott free indeed." John 8i3. ," public worka and dralnac. Improvements *> Court Room and II window Lot etc Slid State Homes In.. 11.01lote Homer 100. IIt1r
within men District, unit for other office In the 1 a r 1e iii Arthur a Jane AnchU- NWV *xo Rc'HYID || Erwin A, II
444 Gladys
to b. paid from a drslnaa- tax Court Home. IU: OARFIELD 14 : 160:: Rohm Iraq
t levied pursuant to Chapter III. All material furnished and "all Lots 1 II I .Hui:: I4D. DalI.p Grant Block 1, Lot 3G
Florida Btatutai on .ach tract of work performed shall b* In a*' LABEILI BD II 41 11 :bli'
landn NORTH II Leona BllluD' .1.11 N N .a 111 RR Wrt O. Gardner
the District In proportion cordanoe with plan, specifics- Frank RwIr 11. II
:'; Community Presbyterian Church to the benefit. amdthrreon. tlon and contract document Block Sleek 1 11.Lot Lot i 1 D. Do Kelly II', 111 )11J Lot>WAY ItLINCOLN ACRES Sl) 1 4. t. 4. II Jewel La".ODot Illt III

407 Royal Palm Avenue place* of voting examined pertaining at thereto the. which office may of the b* Block 17. Lots II to D. D. 11' II Karla E.U11,17 BEY Lot.--..-.10 PJS 5: BllnGr 4M

I. HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister Tlt-"ndo.: ':: election shall b* County Clerk In the Court House Block I" Lotd-I. Lot S I' B. III.nor :::::

1:45 A.M. Bible School 6:00 PII. Youth Fellowship Orlffln Pro. O.r..locat.d on In LaBelle, Florida. One copy of -5-8-11 to II F&IUna! a B.Ua IUI QDARB" 8l n.r tit
I :
8R. No. 131 South 1 mil North the document may b* obtained Block 1/ Lots 1.7. PARK NO. 1 6t 1H ||
I 11:00: A.M. Worship of the Blumb.r. Grad. Hcndry from the rierk. ..1 -- Alice Ball., btat. 7.10 Block l LoU 11-11 > Cowell
'j SERMON SUBJECT County, rivrlda. The poll will A certified. check or bid bondIn Block Lot 1141JITCOlN r4! 'Sawyer Smith
Pentecost"MANY b* open at voting place. on the the sum of not less than five Bet NW Coe \\.vNJ." I:
"Prelude to day of ald bond election from percentum <(5%' ) of the amountof of BEY of SQUARE F 4 a
T:09 clock A.M. until 7 CO clock the bid made payable to the IU tt to roB I 110ftW150eni44i PARK NO. I 8D 111 11 r
:al P.M. on th* iam day County of Hendry, state of Flori Block 1J LoU 4441GARFIELD Ida Aflame _
All duly qualified (lector* r*. da, hall accompany each bid PARK SO 11 II 11&
Idlnc within such District who a* a guarantee that the bidder ft E 131.1 It JI 111ft x.n. 10.10 flock 1 Lot /, .. De.ale Small
are rerletered' freeholder on the will enter Into a contract In the W .2.1 ft to FOB II1 10 D. D. .Jr. II Mav11 Block 1b. Lot / Dennis Small:::
data of ouch election fiats b* event the work I I. awarded to BuaERa ADD 'I'D Block II cana54d/ lIll
entitled, q.uallfld and permitted him A performance bond will kt.IfIDW' .. 11 41 II Nol R.'I. l fathatIennl.se'L..w'
to vote at .uch election: proTld> be required of the auceesiful 100 JII Kllee 1,14KIRKWOOD Bl T 41 II sate ,
.d. however that any qualified bidder In the amount.ot 100% of Lots 1 tll 4 Roland Block 1 .A. W ...
Ictor ndding In ouch District the contract price.The PARK N of RR A. II 7erwrel Lwn q In..
THANKSI who I I. alto a freeholder on such Commissioner r........ the 8D -- II1 II Eell.r Jock Darla ..11 UI.1t
date may you at such bond elec right to hold tbe bid for 40 Block I. Lot LANKFORD BO __ 73 If
lion upon -compliance with the day after the opening and to Lot t cxo. B! 41 ft
requirement of Section 100141 wales any Informalities and to WASHINGTON GAB. I /1 II A. axe ?Jd.R'ft..f. Mr. Eisl. Paulk -- j
(I) (d). Florida Statute reject any er all bids DENS Bomb Stewart 1.11 Lot 0, lIL 1
I wish to express my sincere appreciation /uB. P. PAIOB Bidder may submit proposalson Block /f 1 Lots 11.1t Harr Wright 1,11, Kd RwrBUGARTON _____ Hubert Stella Va. &
LoU to
friends for Secretary.; : Board of Buperrlaora either or both of the above Block Block: /1f. Lot 10 ..! Julia wUllama = 111WNa BD __ T1 II Emily bole' P.ulk INBlock
to won- project and/or
my many your may submit anor.ra11 : 1i:8T. ,
1, Lot 10 *xoBd
Hendry County, Florida bid covering both lACRRLS
proj I U II
derful support during the primary.I CN-451 ects. The Commissioner 1'''."* Block 0. Lou 11.17 Dorothy W. lIoN..bt. 7.11NY RwyBlock Slot 4-- "Ifaynard.... Lee V Crfwford-Zl ..
; May 14, II. I', June 4, 11, 1144 the right to accept the lowest oC NID''" a. OWYof \ ;
and best bid by whomever nib.milled NEY ao Hw'A 2410.1.0ftlAxoAll
In whatever combinationsof Nat of 14w111, II 11. De.nd troll Cora ,0..1 Lot po :a.

I would also like to congratulate my DIVISION 1NOTICLJ acceptance to that the may County be mostadvantageous and WGO.'t. of E Hwy 1110 ft 103 .tyllso... N, .. Donth,. liarII" Hwy u:;? lIa7D..eI V. ICahl 1%
successful opponents. .A. to reject any or .COUNT Block : tote ill J : V. Kahl in
TO CONTRACTORS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS G.'" I 8 new river Block :Slot .- :r..u1.: I/

CONSTRUCTION Of ELEVATOR! COUNTT. FLORIDA.CN OF HENORT. c.n.I Ulaod.lNEY: ITwo Omali It /1 It Howuel 8b.rmu 'UI n.aE840\ fRII If 114 North Shore Fa rmfl ec Nut

AND AIR CONDITIONING 44-May 7. l/. ..... axe of 80\4\ II coo, CIA
Robert L. Yeomans Jr. HENDRlf COUNTY COURTHOUSE 11 :: InNE W04 of SWY U 411 North.8bO.' "..ml tic, iota
Cor of NEY ofNWY i ol>k8 VIEW SD .... // 54 Im r'
Th Board of County Comml IN THE! COUNTY JUDOEI ca Rws 11 41 11 Labs Pll Id wIsg IT.1t Block a Lot 4 -= Jae. 'o.lI..Por:: Owsn. lilt

loner.* of Hendry County, Florida COURT IN AND FOR NW' 11t 11 CI..IDII A Lot 1 Jecbsos 10$
IB LahtPPllaccid .
4 Hilton Iidean
will rich". proposal for the HENDRY COUNTT Co. 7..11 Block D. Lot Wllllamr ..
LoU 11-1. Quloc" In R Klnnl. CoW..tb.
followlnv described conitructlon IN RE B.1t NW Cop GL 1-11 ..." ....t
at th office of tbe Board
In the ESTATE OF .95 ft-ll tAl IU"W -
Court Home. In LaBelle Florida, OATNAM a RACKSTRAW, alt Riv to YSec Block JII, Lota SA
until T:10 o clock P oL on theauto. DECEASED IInN to>> FOB 11t II Lab Placid CI.intr .A 11 AatanklLa a Judith C1.
day of May, 11(4. at which DATE or DEATHI CoutrucUOD Co.. n." r rr; :: UI&
time and place. thy will b. publicly 1 Beg 150 ft N 0' OBC Lot U .J. a La tlcla l
opened and read aloud NOTICE FILiN0 PrII'ITtONFOR N 100 ft-B lsssou l U; a: 11.0HARLEM
e The work for which the** proposal FINAL DISCHARGE ADD N0. 1
are to bo submitted consists OF EXECUTOR oft : "te Nil>> 11 A It Oea r. A. Roca Baker IU' 10 .. II
of the construction of a Notice I U '.' that I Block K. Lots I to
holstway. machinery room for have filed my float' return a* Hwy 11 U I' Rater r. Darla Tr. IT.1t : Elb..t Allen Af ._ HII
Thanks Friendsfor hoisting equipment, a 1.COO pound executor of the estate of OAT- W1317.11ftNof11Rwr Block r. Lots II-II Lydia Mitchell 1171
capacity pasienger olvator ..Dd.oc..o.I. NAM B. RACK0TRAW deceased, Hwy. 50 14i II I\ol.r L. Darla Ty 11,11 Lot 17 Angeline a. I'Iclon Eel JlLlI
.*. that I have filed my petition for Block N Lot Church Iii
All construction and equipment distribution and for final discharge Lot III 41 II 8opbk a 7oaa 1.17 Block P: tr Fred Leo T'iiiii Catr iI

hall b* In accordance with the and that on May II, Beg .0. ft III o. NW'lo Lot II IAlee10 Scott IJkl
plan and pacification A 100%," loot I will apply to the Honorable Cor EY of SE l 14 Lot I' C.nt, _
the vote and support in the May pri- performance bond and full COTra Browsed N. Parsons, County --S : ft-E t WoIi.
>e Insuranc shall b. required. Judge of Handry County Florida, I"J Block Q. Lota 1.1 Erno.t KoCra" JIll'
lll11wlh ..
for approval of laid final returns 11'c.rr.t: Rd' eE'> Pt ll Lot 7 Thuroton Hilton LIIThu..toll
mary.I A certified check cashier's and for .. order of distribution of B.-W. to II Katherine
check or qualified. bid( bond In and for final discharge I'OB no Rd Rwy T0 II MarahoJ A. Lot / ,_ Hilton 751LLoot
tb. sum of not las than I*" of as executor of the will of OATNAM Pace .Jp. JI DoreCITT 11 Claudia M... roster ._ LI
the total amount of the bid B. RACKSTRAW. deceased LABELLE ....U1I1k. II Robert P.terma0 10
I wish the best of luck mad payable to JUndry County, April 17. l 1914.OATNAI BYRD OlD 4 Il I'at Lot .1 J..ale Waiter. I..
my success- hall accompany the proposal. ( O: RACKSTRAW .. Beg 10 tt N
Th Board ..,.. ** the rlht *"'"'"". IR! Cor-W 100 HARLEM ADD N0. 1
ful opponents. to hold the bid for 40 day CM 444-Aprll 10: ftN 71 Ct-EJ 100 BD 1$4
after the openingand to waive May 7, 14, II, 1.... ft-s 15tb to roB Block Q. Lot 4. LAnora Hum Db.." _. lI'
/ Block It Lot I Willie a Icons P. McCoy III
I ruN WIIIw.rD. ==::- 1- -.! .5.! I>. Douglas Tell Jr.. -. __ lice n... Lot 1 Elb..t All." J. __ 111
1111<. .. Lot lWj Lots to to
IUk. 0. Lau 11-" Robert R Maclll 0100 11 Helen yrenler __ lR
Hudson 'Bud'GrahamI
NOTICE a. 1 ft of Lot It D. D Block 1'1.' Lot I Robert Johnson /d
Kelly JrCor UI." Block T Lot 7'homu Garry Jr. II
Notice/ I I. hereby given to the following persons that tangible JONES II I.ARABEB ..+ a..wd Block if lot Ernest McCrar rn
erwnal properly n'd": : : their name on the 1111 Tax 8D. BLK. 7 U1 Lot I = Ernst )icCray ::
!toll are I : are now drawing Int.rat at Blk A. Lot 4 .to I I D. D. Jr.
the rate of 1'110 pis month with a minimum of three (''JIo) p.roentUnl.se II Emus 1L Lot' 10 Lewle Co Bloody
eotb delinquest tanglbe persona I property Gan an paid Block II. WVi .. II Douflu .1.10 Tarver LII
bofore the first day of June, 1151. warrant. will laws thereon Block Hell, II Movie Lot II Claudia Lis II Clara S.U
dlr.ating levy upon the Isar. of the tangible personal property I'. Beg 8W ,. /1.17 Morrte1st LII
of the taxpayer for unpaid t..... ft-N of NW14\ -H sj II Johnny J. II Martha
A. 0. Ward, HeDdI' County Tu Collector. 10 ft-W II Clark 151
NAME\ 011' TAXPATER AMOUNT DUEAdhlns ffr10 ft to POH 1 .l II W L. King tot It I.... a. Selma Scott ttt
W. H, 117.11AaW Clock-II. lro'* BWCor E.UU .14111 Block X. lot \ri Fred A Alma Catty IIse
Rout Hoar 01.1 ft-N Lot. John Doe -
Blackman Id M. 10 ft-W 110 ft-8

I appreciate the support given me Bally Brown. Lloyd Duke 1. '1m 11.": 10 ft to FOB I 41 1a DoUKla Kelly. 14.Tti HARLEM_ADD Ir0.Blosok 11 11 II '

Bush W. A AIKEM 8D BLOCK 41COUK'THOU'SE 4 41 II 0. Lot. II 7 DawN a
.f.P ;
Ikootit. Chas.. a Carolyn IU'' Church : : t..a 111.I'
eg eb property _i IIII Block t Lot Plale II Bornlc. Anlbon' 1M
B..kln. Dorothy Jane
in my campaign for Superintendentof Brantley 1oI.0hln. Shop 1'.41.11 BLOCK 47 U II Lot 10 Th. Glorious Commanr
Call. Raymond Lot 17-11 M. 3 Mjxon Holmes. Church of Jwla ItNALL
'U.O' Block I II. II ft 4171 $ COURT !I1 U
Cochran James T71OS W A 170 t'l of NB Till
Lot. .1.35 ..= H.nry H.rbnekLot.
C..on. John Taft .... Cor-8100 tt-W 15 to 11? Jess. Mitchell stnNWY
Public Instruction and I wish CI..I.ton Watch II Jewelry .
toexp'ress U.'O !! .tll-N 100 n of IE of
Daniel 0.0. h
11,41 B rt to POD1 IJack M. A tato II 41 John McE.nll" ,1.IT'It
Elite Cats i Grocery (Jane B Gejdha) 10.11 LABBLLB HIOHt- Batty Doyle 11.04 B 1190.11 It 111 of U
Fl. Can. Product.. O. 1,050.01 tt7: $ BLIL 14 I 41I .. NW Cor 800. U-JiI

my thanks to all who helped Graing.r Orov.r .Archie Cecil 11111 16." Charlie Leo Bryant __ TIOO m tt: .:: FOB" 1Q 1/ 1'1. Cm Produce --1114

3 \
Ooolsby L I NW 11 It .
Glades .oan Cora m BLACKI .... w a o NEY of

this Gulf Oladee Service Restaurant 8ta. (Messloa.) 11011 LORENA Lot 1| BD to Ii Sid- Lola'Woolen Maddox' .till NIlof: .-- I U II. Arthur 1. Au..t UtfW1rfl"'oi8
me in race. ft.l' IE'" of SWY", ,of
r. Hart, Glee. a Mary f/1 yBofK40 /411/ "' flt 14 Muriel Orleb l8E0
Holland Bro. 707,77 Bt..ltlt-to C. R A Pearl Conner of
H.nd.J'' Co Rock Ca 141 aMCII'
., 1..0. p'C 41 14 Blumber _
of Barry H.
Harlem Gulf Sonia .1.7. H4 .. RBI Coy ?"O"I'
.,' J. Homer BibleI Hurry Ada Mai Restaurant lit ft-N 111/ ft-V 100 TON
flI0/ e
H..lo. M.Ivln mf
111.11 ft o PUB Block ft Loot
Hilton 0.00. 10.11 Bell \ II 5Cor. 41 tAlto. Lynn Ball, Grant / ,*; a B. Voatconery" I'll
10m.D. Ho..a. i John Sheppard 114.4' W70ott F 110 IIHI No It of t If It B. B. YaGOmsrr> -- *"
Johnson Nobly i. Vera ..... tso, 1-W 11 ft-S Blotck t ',
Jones. O. D. k EIiDor June .... 114.10 ft-B 1ST ftR1VERVIEW 11. Lot-/.E **ft I rep
Jo Cut N Curl 11'4, .
11.IJohnson / .- Richard V. PhelD -
Arthur L II Juanita B. 01.77 : PARS 11 tW, P. Andrew WyoY Lot t-_ D. W. BeaHiley ,- J!

1 : Jona Jones Texac.Lswls Sprite Oervic.: & 1:1::: % Loll 41 toi axe I 41 It .U Lot f/ Richard Richard M.M. Con Cone .__-.-_ tit

i .Sulks Msauly Nook (Julia Map Sales) toe 00. Hwy Block Ii" Nit Lot ...

Lea Iaksalds, Scott Pure F.rm.h. 8ta. laUI....0 LA':: ..ttLr.Ao BD 14 It II May' Waldo A.dr... 101.1' f. All 1 Ineeard: r. A Nancy R. 140

Low. Marina lID"t. 1I0tor. II.U ANDREWI ADD TO Omar tanford J,. ? ? Block 111. Lot II _, Mari Wilde CrumCha -

Morris Maddol. .Jame Harney14.11 H. 11.11 Block I Lot/HK 11 1/ Ala Block 111. B Ift ..

Mende Broe II Fo.r..t Wbltfl.ld :BY G.L. 1 no 00 tt L"'. Bally Grant 1U Lot JI.A1ILo'1t
+ t Monte,,'. Jolly Bo..ro 1'1.1a Cam 88.01 arts on W .ld..JIG eao B I f t *. L, A Carol IJf
Nail W. C. lot J x OftNAFA1RVIEW Booth r1
I.., R. n 17.11: ; la OE Cot 1i Block 15/Wllh
1.11 tMiy W"ldo Lot -lII 14 ft Lot
Nixon a Taylor Andrews
ii _
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feel humble and 01.t.OR-; ,OT//1 LoU. 44 to ef So.
Patrick I Motel a Roach :
extremely Bush Block 'Jrlfmbo. cO-:
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500.11: ELLS HE1OHTfI Sarah Effis Block IOJ. i| -'
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grateful to the people of Hendry 8uUI..n Shell l1.mlnol.Oil D.nl.1 Restaurant Co (T. J. Crawford) laY.U 400,10 17'41 BB.UIONT PALJIDALlII Lot 10 8D ID--_- 1 U 1/ Jarmo Riley Wbl'F.A. ICIn._ 14.10 .10 II 101_: Lot-17 'T. J. Jr A Ida Crawford S IIJJI

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The Tropical (J. B. ) Lou ilr! S.Ima a J! Keller Const Co Inc. jtiJI

; county for their vote of confidencein Wuhington Town Point II Carl jldws CJ. T. C".n) 111,10 ills Lot 11 Charles I 4 DgC Barbara!:older' m: 1:,o t U Ulll Bill Baton Salon --- IIJJ
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the primary election on May 5th.J wunamt William Frank von Tractor Sales 10110,;.U ..17- Olhe R Elijah 1 Oh.n 1'Kfl_m a0 111.11 IIeNou .I/ WY Lot J3 .2:: Jtnnl Tousle .. 48

TouD. Harlem Funeral Home : Lou 4, 10 = 4f

101,11 : 44.- J.Anna N. Chang Harrl.,4.01 0L//: AElcck' 511. LaI 10- II

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,J t 111 .Jobo Jemee. :::: Block .17 W 40 it Frttchey -
J Notlo. I. hereby. .11". that the Ie 11111? ROrl.ld Johnso"H.... Lot )-Ali I DrNktn. W
following ...... ..
tande 1m
or Dorothy
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tll..eof a. will be necessary to pay the amount due -.. tO .... Blookl e Cnwfnl1B
for tuee h.... 110.:1 tl J Ir. II Ida
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Opposlle to the .
"III" togotber with the cost of such .. .. Wl y Lot t\I
and oel. Coy
My sincere thanks to each and v.rti.ing beginning will at twelve b. cold o'elock.t public T noon auction at"th on. City tho lot Hail day or of tho Jun.City. UU. of :R.-r 8D = 1 .. It I'ortn.r lLflLILL lock k'1'4.. tAts. 'N'.. < :}: I.'Katharln. R. Hor n 111

CUwlston, Florida. Th. land are below described Fountain ---

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Owner MaUwn, 'I'u Collector Block B. Lot 1 41 JUI Blockt37a""': '1'w Esther E..'l'aylB"ombrJ'" 11 1

everyone of you. Luther Low Except= Lot 8110" 'Block Amount .Il..n TI. Curtis Aleck IIi.>< Lota Ii Leon ft '"
$ Loul.
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of N14I (Improvsments' Lots II..n Jun.. dime Aleck. Uwt. Sprit.
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Gerald Moses JUnmie Sutton,, b iocieiyToTas installation Thursday. May;it: 'N'-
Wayne Nichols: Mulberry; Mr.

!S SBaptists and Mrs. Vernon Whidden Mr announcedMr. at McCarthy home Wednesday Esser. At the conclusion: : of the meetIng -
and Mrs. L. Hooker '
Mr. and Father Connolly welcomed the Mrs. E. L. Hololubek in the
Mrs. R. J. Anderson, St. Margaret's Altar .
Hugh Fun- Society new officers and thanked the name of the society: presidedMrs.
derburk Dick Cravey. Bradly; held a covered dish dinner and attended HInt with a lovely jewel I
outgoing officers for their bard I
Doris Watson, Mr and Mrs. installation of officer Wednesday Mrs. Hlne read her annual
work andl token of appreciationfor
cooperation: during case as a :
Carlton Anderson and children,, night at the horn of Mrs. report which recorded a very the
Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Anderson, Dan McCarthy The members successful: year, and thanked all past year. her services. I

fete graduatesat Mrs. Lena Anderson Ft. Meade and guests enjoyed a delicious members for the support they
and Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Branch assortment of foods, served In bad given her.
Jr.. Kenansville. the outdoor patio. Then Mrs. Gertrude Shaw,

church banquet TuesdayMembers Those attending the reunion Following dinner Mri. C.: D. president of the Southwest Coast
decided to make it annual Hln Deanery, Installed the follow
an presided I
over the first part
ing officers for the Congratulations to Mr. Hornsby!
event and set the date as the of the business meeting which society)
of the Senior class ared and served by ladles of third Sunday In May. featured reports of officers and president. Mrs. Luis de Arms*
the church, and vice-president Mrs. Charles
High School were was greatly enjoyed
chairmen of the
f banquet
fied Mrs. McCarthy gave an Interesting Let's all him in making
XsWpHallof First Bapo Happy BirthdayMay \ report on the convention ry Andreis and treasurer Mrs. support

tilt! Churcb .yof eveningohhen Palm Anderson familyin 14: Joyce: Sutton of the Miami Diocesan Helen Following Roberts.installation, Mrs. f,.

Don hitme faculty May 15: Mary Etherton, Mrs. Council of Catholic Women de Armas conducted: the remainder Hendry County Schools the best in' ,
Junior College John which was held in Miami April '
Beach reunion SundayA Perry, Clara Holton,Bob of the meeting. She announced
the ,peaker.'I1Ie McColley 2223. Rev. Larkin Connally I
'Nil : the following \
guests were greeted by of large number of membersof May 18.: James W. Beardsley, Mrs. G. N. Pitzen Mrs. McCarthy committee chairmen: financeMrs. the state.
Richard Phelps, chairman the Anderson family Charles Roberts, Josephine and Mrs. Luis de Armas
and 0th.en met at McCarthy youth, Mrs I
:be banquet< committee D. Highlands Hammock State Park, Neurohr Richard Degler; charity, Mr.
of the congregation. Sebrlng on Mother's Day for a May 17: Jim Cockrill, Mrs. Edythe C Wlnn 2542 Jack Scott; hospitality, Mrs. Bible r
of J. Homer
muter Carambola Road, West Palm Stars honor
was picnic dinner and
Quinton family reun Adams, Luther Davis Pat Peters; publicity, Mrs. ri
introduced the guests. Beach, the
announces engagement
and ion.
'110111 May 18 Mrs. Frank Veltre; and altar, Mrs.
and Jack Will. : T. J. Adams, of
Aytel her daughter, CynthiaSue rI
Sponsors, of the Senior Class, Attending were Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hodges, Ed Clark to John Edward Rosshlrt. charter membersCharter C. D. Hine' and telephoning for i

and Mr and Mrs. Charles H. Carl Anderson, Gene and Doll May 19: Mrs. Lum Dalton, The bridegroom-elect: Is the altar'assignments, Mrs Regina

dlrectorl of the Baptist Anderson dewlston, Mr. and Charles H. Jones, Mrs. Maurice son of Mrs. Walter G. Rosshlrt, members served In h
Tones'l'rainini Union were special Mrs. O. A. Anderson, George Fletcher Sally Schick 1502 Wilron Avenue, Columbus\ ) stations at the opening of the I
Davlsworth' Clewlston, Mr. and May 20: Mrs. E. B. Bethea, Ohio. regular meeting of Sugarland
.guests Phyllis Crouch, class presVdMt Mrs. Bill' Landrum, and Mr. J. Jr.. Mrs. Ellie Hough, Linda Miss WinD attended Elementary Chapter, Order of Eastern Star
>' responded for her dua1 W. Marsh and son Tommy, Grant and High Schools in Clew- Monday night 0 Mrs. Melvin / Am Gratefulfor
'mates, and then called on each Bartow; Mr. and Mrs. Dave May 21: Glenda Anderson iston until moving to West Palm Kean Sr. and R. E. Waldron
1 Senior to Introduce himself.I Anderson Wauchula; Mr. and Beach, and she Is now a seniorat served as worthy matron and
proved an. excellent Mrs. W. H. ,Wheeler and sons, Mrs. Forest Hill High School worthy patron; Mr. and Mrs.
J pecker I WitmEr, and drew upon his ex- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Tallman Sexton heads where she will graduation June. Charlie Pirkle, as associate matron the wonderful vote and support given me in the
' Student Unix and children: Mr. and Mrs. M. and associate patron; Mrs.
Baptist Business
'perience, as She plans to attend Jones May 6
hospital W. J. Roblson primary.I .
as chaplain;
faculty advisor at the Jun- B. Owens Avis D. Jameson and groupMrs. College in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Chsitlne Doty organist,
College His general topic children: of Lakeland; Ruby, She bas been active in various!
JOt Joseph Sexton was elected Mrs. Larry Lee, Mrs. R. E. I enjoyed the renewing of acquaintances and meetingnew
was the advantages of a higher NIcki and VeeAnn DiMagglo, president of the Hendry General school: groups and In the Orderof Waldron, Mrs. Art Lawrence,
education.A Tampa; Mrs. Dora Mathls, Debbie Hospital Auxiliary at the Rainbow for Girls. Mrs. Melvin Keen Jr. as star people. To my opponents in the run-off, I wish the

bountiful meal was prep. Rosencrans.: Mr. and M i annual election Monday night The prospective bridegroom points and warder; Other members best of luck.
She succeeds Mrs. Gene Hough. graduated from high school In filling station were Mrs.
Other officers chosen for the Columbus, Ohio and is an Air. Leslie Carlton conductress: ,
coming year are Mrs. Dan McCarthy man/first class in the United Mrs. Glen Gunter, associate:
vice-president; Mrs. E. States Air Force. He is station conductress: Mrs. Orvlllo Moran J. O. Davidson Jr. I
Notice to my patrons B. McConvUle, recording: secretary ed at Homestead Air Force marshal Mrs. R. E. Shaw, ,
as Ruth, Mrs. H. C. Thompson
; Mrs. Johnle Jackson, corresponding Base, Fls.
as Electa: and George Nottingham
secretary and Mrs. No date has been set for the as sentinel.
Myrtis Whiddon's Beauty Salon Douglas Ellis, treasurer.Sugarland wedding. Other charter members present

were Mrs. Floyd Andrew,

Will be closed from May 21 until Pharmacy Rainbows elect M.Mrs.Langford.A Glenn Ether-ton and J. 1 I

reading, "When Ma and ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT
Pa Joined the Star" was given
June 1 1. by Mrs. Abner Vann and dedicated .
2-3311 Sally OliphantWorthy to the charter members, Invites the supporters of all local Democratic Candidates I

Advisor Lynda Carlton birthday and the with chapter the song saluted"Happy its to unite behind him in his effort to give Florida strong I

presided at the Rainbow when Birthday. and effective leadership on a national level. \ III
meeting Monday evening A tribute to Mother was read
I Clewiston Church Mrs. Abner Vann, told the girls by Mrs. John Branaman, the I
Directory that two buses will be charted youngest mother In the chapter. Elect Elliott Roosevelt Democratic National

by this district for the trip to Mrs. W. J. Roblson, grand I
Grand Assembly; each girl who-. instructor of district: 18, announced CommitteemanMay

OUMUMTT PRESBYTERIAN aroaal OF JESUS CHRIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH plans to go must pay a 85 fee. a school Instruction\ i
407 Royal Palm Avenue Hooker Point 102 E. Ventura Avenue Only members of one year on May 30, to be preceded by a

Henry H. Ford, Minister Paul Strickland, Pastor Rev. Leon M. Gabmrell, standing who have a starter! covered dish supper at 8 o'clockat 26 Primary i
bar are eligible to attend Grand Sugarland Auditorium
US m.-Sunday School. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday SchooL Interim Pastor Assembly Mrs. Velma Lee Story was
11.00 i.m.-Morning Worship. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School. invitation Initiated into the order, her
The Assembly received in "Worthy Son of A Beloved President"
Wednesday; 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service.
11.00 in Par
a m.Nursery the conductress: being Mrs. Leslie
to Open House at Hen- .(This adv. for committee for Elliott Roosevelt) j jI
paid by campaign
ish House. 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. 8:45: p.m.-Training Union. Sunday Carlton. R. O. Goedhart servedas
1.00 p.m.-Westminster Fellowship Saturday: 8.00 p.m.-Evening Service. dry afternoon General, May Hospital 17, and also a worthy patron and Mrs. Carlos I,

7.09: p.m. Youth Meeting.COMMUNITY \ Wednesday: letter from Judy Vann, who Dickey, worthy matron for I
Wednesday: 7:00: p.m.--OWcera and Teachers the Initiation.
told of her plans\: J.o attend
T 1.30 pm,-Choir Practice. PENTECOSTAL Meeting. The' chapter room and refreshment r
Assembly In Philadelphia. .
8:00 Midweek Supreme tables were beautifully "
,decorated with red and : :
South dewUton"'" Service. officers
At the election: ot "
ST. white arrangements.
Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor 1:45: p.m.-Choir Practice. I
Rev Larkin Connolly School. Sally Oliphant was chosen for the evening were -Mr..
10:00 a.m.-Sunday
: worthy advisor; Suzanne Peers, Thompson, Mr and Mrs. Andrews
1.00 a m.-Sunday Mass. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. FIRST. METHODIST CHURCH worthy associate advisor; :Becky and Mrs Anne Gloltelt).
':DO pm.-Sunday Mass. 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 331 W. Osceola Avenue Spires Charity: Marcia Futch. thanks to the voters of
My "
Win you
-Dally Weekday Mass Service.
Rev. David Denslow, Pastor Hope; Jan Branttey. Faith; sincere ; :
> '
1 1:01 1.11: am.-Flrst Friday Mare Wednesday:' 9.45: a.m.-church SchooL Cheryl lee, recorder! Diane- B.P.W. officers --J 4 ; ,, ::
m.-Flrst Wednesday 7:45 p.m.-Prayer Service:
: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. Rackstraw, treasurer; Sheila ..
each month. Catholic Friday: 6:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth Carlton drill leader; Mary Beth Hendry County '.', ,. ; :
Ladles' Altar So- 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service. Fellowship. Fry, musician: ; Lynda Carlton, are installedMrs. 0 .' If
clety. 7:30: p.m.-Evening Study.. chaplain; Andrea Bolton, Love;
Saturday: NOBTHSmE MISSIONARY Thursday: Kay Owens, religion; Bobbie .. Ruth B. Owens, past ;
Ul a m-Religious Instruc BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice. Waters, Nature! Ian! Wilson, president, installed the officersof FOR Re-electing me as your County Commissioner t ti

lion.tilURag lot N. Francisco: Street Immortality; Joy Crawford Fir- 'the dewlston Business and

Bro. Chester Johnson IT. MARTIN'S CHURCH dellty; Thsdene Wynn,, patriot. Professional Womens Club. I
OF CHRIST '1 Interim Pastor (Episcopal) Ism; Debbie Comrle service; Tuesday evening, at the regular to District No. 3 '
W tooth Central Avenue 1:45: a.nu-Sunday School. 207 N. rsetfle Rhonda Roth, choir director; meeting, held at the home I
J.J. Sullivan, Minister '"' 11:00: a.Ek-Morning Worship. Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar Caroline Owens, outer observer; of Mrs. Alvin Zauel. A covered

"Sunday o 00 sm.-Bible: School11001.m.Worshlp. 7:30 1:30: p.m.-BTC.p.m.-Evening Worship. Sunday 7:30: a.m.-EarlY Services: Eucharist: Donna observer Morrison; Jean Gray confidential Ellington for ing.dish Officer supper installed preceded by the meet-Mrs. My efforts will continue, in your behalf i I .

Wednesday: 10.30: a.m.-Family Service aid historian.\ Substitutes Owens were Mrs. Zauel, president -
T 00 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. Church School. color stations, Emily Bdtey
Mrs. ,
p.m.Worship.ednesday Frances ; Marjorie Daughtrey I
: Saints and Holy Days as an Evelyn Hornsby first vice-president: ; Mrs. Evelyn t
'7.3)) Midweek devotions CHURCH OP COD nounced. Groves, Barbara Joe Royal and Nash, secretary and :Miss

and Bible Study. 311 Bratk' solos Arcane Confessions by appointment Donna Addlson. Patricia: Powers, treasurer
Rev. Joe Coleman Public Installation will be Mrs. Ruth Beardsley, who was Harvard S. Parkinson r\
10:00: .nu-Sunday SchooL HI-HAVEX BAPTIST CHURCH held Sunday May 17th at three elected second vice-president,
CltICU OF JESCS CHRIST 11:00: a.m.-Hornln Service. Highway. 720 o'clock In the Masonic Ha&Practice will be Installed later.
APOSTOLIC will be held Saturdayat Mrs. Zauel who succeeds
FArrntooth Worship.
7:30: p.nx-Evening Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor
Clewkrtoa 2 p.m.Worthy. herself as president, was presented
Wednesday: School.
Bro. Luther Dixon: Pastor Service. 9:43: a.m.-8unday Advisor Lynda Carl. with a white handbag
000 a.n-SundaySchooL 7:30 p.mPrayer 11:00: a.m.-Mornln' Worship. ton. gave a beautiful farewell from the members as a token
1 Friday: 1:45: p.m.-Training Union of appreciation for her work \
"Wim.-Preachlng. speech. I
Pjtsday; 7:30:. p.m.-Youn deavor.People's 0 En 1:00: p.m.-Evening WorshipWednesday Refreshments were served during the past year

T.3O P.m.-Prayer Meeting\ : after the meeting.Mr. .
!day 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting.CLEWISTOX
7.30 m.-Young People'sMeeting. Kertfe Surarland Auditorium and Mrs. Norman Good I
B. J. Goodrich Minister ASSEMBLY OF win were in Sarasota Sunday Complete Line Of
10:00: a.m/-Bibl School. GOD visiting her parents, Mr. and
""UT 11:00: a.nx-Communion and 21] South Francbee Street Mrs. Edwin White on Mothers
SoaUiCIewIatoa BAPTIST COUXCH Worship Service.: James F. Klmbrel Pastor Day. They .also visited the W. Building Material
Rev. Communion and Sunday: R. Goodwins in Fort Pierce ia
Herb 7:30: p.nu -
,IS Hlgdon. Pastor Worship Service.: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School the evening before returning yn
.M UII.-Sunday SchooL 11:00 .nv-Uomlng Worship.
I"T.IIO a.m.-Wonhp( Service. Wednesday: 11:00:: a.m.-Q ]dreD', Church. .
pn.-Baptist Training 7:30: p.m.-BIble Study. Evangelistic Service
7:30 p.nu-
1.00 Union. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Wednesday: For Large or Small
P.m.-Worlhlp Service
:lelday: Kingdom BaO-417 W. El Paso 7:45 p.ni-ChrJst'f Ambassadors. \

1.00 P.m.-Brotherhood. R. Osborn -'L---jru- Concrete Jobs, Our Radio
tdnelihy: Sunday Wat Mower Study. Thursday:

,.10 p.m.-Dour of Payer.t ; ,':15 pun.Tuesday, 7:30 pJiu-Prayer) Study. and BIble LAST Controlled Trucks Will
y: Bible Study LOS pja.

.k P.m.-<:boir Practice: : Thursday Ministry School.. 7:30: Friday 4:00 P.BL: -Royal Rangers for Deliver Your Needs Quickly
Service '
Meeting 8:30: pjn. and Efficiently.

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Hendry CountY Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's. Inc. Abner H.

Motors Complete Department Star Vann

Kelly X3.1501P13dgen Tractor Co.-- .' f Giddens;: Store Furniture Clewiston SAVINGS LOAM Federal ASSTIRoyal's YU Ph.2-5971 Hare I Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc. f,11,

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ge Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston. Fla. Garden Club ends cellaneou bridal shower givento Mrs. Carolyn A.
Thursday May 14. 1M4 honor Mill Lorraine
away The slower was a calling! Wadlow Ship More Spend Less

year on ThursdayThe event and many friend of theyoung Tour Dollars Go
honoree called during the Mrs Carolyn A. Wadlow, S3,
Juniors Entertain Seniors Garden Cub will close evening Receiving with Mrs died Monday morning after a Farther on Rea Express
an active :year with the final
Unwin and Miss Dunaway was short illness She was a nativeof Phone YU 2-2141 For Pick
meeting at noon on Thursday, &
Mrs. G M. Dunaway: of dew- Lake Park HI. and resided llelivery Servite
May 21st at the home of Mrs
"Roman Holiday" PromThe iston, mother of the brldeelect.The in the Lake Okechobee area for
: :fERSONAlS1 Jack Scott, 220 East Avenue.
refreshment table WM of Lake Okeechobee area for
(For identification
this I II Bandmaster
Roman Holiday theme scheme.: Party\ sandwiches and overlaid with a cutwork linen 20 :years most of it at Palm-
and Mr. Jack Scott).
used for the traditional JW OI'- cold drinks were served. The cloth and held a crystal punch dale, moving to Immokalea five

... Members ol the Pape family Senior banquet this year was refreshments were planned and and Members are urged to attend bowl, flanked by twin silver years ago. Guys On the Go Need Milk
i jenjbyed a minion visit at the effective carried out in the provided by Senior mothers to bring a covered dish. bowls which held arrangement She was a member of the) GuyS n
\, I biome -of Mr. and Mrs. Richard decorations for the dining tablet under the chairmanship of Hostesses for the day are Mrs of pink roses, centered with First Christian Church La- n the Go Need Milk Guys On
at the Oewiston Ian and at Mrs. W. J. Cato and Mrs. Frank Ira T. Blair, Mr*. O A. Jones, the Co
JU Pape on Sunday Attending pink candles Belle, and of the Moore Haven
Sugarland Auditorium where Zemonek Mrs. S. C Fry Mr*. T. E. Need Milk Guys On the !
jwe>* Mr. and Mr*. Melvin Pipe Hostesses with Mrs. Unwin Woman Quo. She was a former Go Need
.'I+ iol Onriston. Mr. and Mr*. T. dancing was enjoyed until a Mrs. Sarah Oliphant and Ken Weather, Mrs Frank Conkling, were Mrs Claude L. Shirley, member of the Eastern ilk M
On the
) Ute hour Walker Mrs H. A. Bestor and Mrs Guys Go Need
.: (W. Cnffiti at Winter. Haven.'Mr were faculty sponsor Jr., Mrs Hank Aldridge Mr. Star rder.tBrldeport. Conn. Milk,
ttt Coliseum-like W. J. Cato.Reports i
Gilded and
fruit. advisors
of the Junior
and Mrs. Loci Lance and Dale Stacy, Mr. Lee Wroten Surviving! are her husband On the Go Need Milk ?
arbor and bubbling from
e columns grape clan, and assisted with the convention and Guys On
Mrs. John Uethington. Lake Mrs. Robert Mackey. Mr. C. Clyde V. Wadlow, Immokalee, theG
fountains were created by yearly from officer and
plans. report
.. Worth. )!r. and Mr. Marvin the ingeoeous Juniors. At the prom After the dance ended the chairmen will be given and E. William and Mr*. Lois one son' Ralph Wadlow. Immo- o Need Milk Guys On the Go
E.? Moor Haven. Mr and Need
Pape. banquet Sally Oliphant. prate Juniors and Senior and their due for the new year will be WhiteOut. kalee, one brother, Wm A. Milk
Mrs Clyde Egley. Cewiston dent of the Junior class welcomed dates were guests of the Elk paid at this meeting of town guests were Mrs Web, Springfield Mo. two Guys On the Go Need Milk n!

and Mrs. Walter E. Schmidt the guest and Phyllis Lodge at a hamburger break- The program will be on G. M. Dunaway ClewUton, therlde' sisters, Mr. Anna Morgan, On the Go Need
i and ion of Tallahassee and Crouch senior president re fast at their barbecue patio on poisonous planta.Loraine mother: and Mrs. Ther- Mexico Missouri and Mrs. ys Milk Guys Oat

Mr. and Mrs Ronnie Egley and sponded.The Francisco Avenue. The students mon OBannon. LaBelle and Edna Burnett, Okmulget, Okla. he Go Need Milk t
family Clewlston 'Juniors added faculty were very appreciativeof MM Richard Bethea, dewls- Funeral services were conducted Guys On the Go N

Mrs Fred C Sikes and Mrs members and their wives and the fine meal and the courtesy ton sisters of the bride. in the First Christian

George Beck are In Hollywoodthis husbands to their guest list of the Elks.Sugarland. Dunaway Church LaBelle Wednesday
week attending the annual bringing the number at the afternoon at three o'clock and
Florida Federation banquet to 160 persons!' During Interment followed in the Or-
convention of the -
the dinner, Miss Sara Jo Cato Pharmacy
feted showerThe
of Garden Clubs. gave the class prophecy and at Obituaries. tona Cemetery!'
PIZZAYU Pattison Funeral Borne was
S, C. Fry and Ed FrIerson Sheila Carlton gave a vocal
in charge of arrangements.
home of Mrs. David Un-
with Miss Elise Aytes accompanying r
solo +"
few first of +-1
apent a day the
2.3311 win Bacom Point Road, Paho- Herbert Merle
the week fishing In the Bahama
Islands After the banquet the Juniors kee, wa the scene of a mica Herbert E. MurrayHerbert
and Seniors and their dates DavidsonHerbert

Guests at the home of Mr. gathered at Sugarland Auditorium E. Murray 37, a
and Mrs George Beck for the for dancing to the musicof Merle Davidson, 29, resident of Fort Denaud died

weekend were her daughters, "The Shadows", Fort Lau- 1\\\\ i son of Mr and Mrs J. O. in Fort Myers Sunday morning
Mr*. Marian Hurrah and Mrs derdale dance band. Davidson Sr of LaBelle, diedin after a long Illness He was
Leo Kerp, and her husband and In the foyer: of the auditorium Memphis, Tenn. Friday as born in Lee County and was a
children Deanna and Robbie of a replica of a room in a the result of a traffic accident graduate of LaBelle High
Fort Lauderdale and her son Roman home was created and Details of the traedy..re not School.
and daughter-in-law Mr. and the column, and Roman bench DRIVING 1 known here but It I I. understood
made a fine background for the He Is survived by his wife,
Mr*. John R. Thompson of that Davidson and another -
photo-taking which is an eisen- Mrs Betty Ann Murray: one
Miami. tlal feature of the prom. Color young man were together in son, Robert Earl two daughters

Guests of Mr. and Mrs E. of purple laveodar and gold COSTS a car and both were injured, Cynthia Ann and Bdenda
Davidson and his
M Cornette for Mother's Day: were used throughout A simulated fatally companion -. Lori and his father and mother,
with minor
were their daughter, Mr. fountain wa created in Injuries.Only Mr. and Mrs Earl R. Murray,
Edythe Nell Wlnn Miss Cynthia the foyer and perfumed water one car was Involved In Fort Denaud: two sisters, Mrs. t;
the accident.
Ernie and Greg Wlnn of wa bubbled there throughout Keep Mildred Terrell, Olga, and Mr.
Davidson is survived' by his
West Palm Beach and Mr. and the evening : : Helen Williams, Florence, Ala.,
.,Mr*. Richard Phelps and child The auditorium wa arranged '' -z parents Mr and Mrs J. O and two brothers, Charley: and r h 1kM S
Davidson Sr and three brothers
with white columns
grape Engine
* ren of Clewlston Airman John Oliver Murray: Fort Denaud.!
arbors and small table along Jack Davidson and Buford
E. Rosshirt of Homestead Air Funeral service were held at
each aide. The stage was a Roman $ (Bo) Davidson, of LaBelle and
Force Base was a guest of the Tuned. three o'clock Wednesday afternoon
garden scene with bubbling J. O Davidson Jr of Clewls
Wlnn Other at the First Baptist
family. guests were ChurchIn
fountain and figures of a ton his wife Ute a German
Mrs. Cornette' brother and LaBelle with Rev; Reeve
Roman man and woman in appropriate girl who came to the States to
sister.In-law. Mr. and Mrs W. costume. Whatever your en- Dean officiating. Interment was
marry Davidson after their romance
H. Emil of Bartow. The refreshment table were gine needs i began while he was In Fort Denaud Cemetary with

Mrs Donald Evans and children centered with exquisite arrangements come to us.. serving in the military force Home Lea W.in Engelhard Funeral
charge of
of gilded fruit, and arrangement
Tory and Robert returned in Germany. They have a three .
Roman and carried out *
Ian week aner'apendlnr 2V urD8. year old daughter Michelle.
weeks in West Paterson N. J.* the purple and gold color Redish icePhone Funeral services were con

with her parents Mr. and VServ ducted at Carlson Memorial] Mr. Ned ,Helvey and son,
Mrs Philip Grasila other Methodist Church, LaBelle Stan, of Findlay Ohio, arrived

members of the family and HATHCOCK'SAUTO Tuesday afternoon with the Sunday for a two weeks' visit S 55 ricer sours (roans is,
friends. They attended the SALES SERVICE Rev. Duane Zoller officiating with her parents, Dr. and Mr*.
RESTAUtANT SERVICE 2-9'171/or Free Pick-up & Delivery Service J. W. EzeHe.
Interment In
World's Fair in New York also. was the Fort De-
Jackie Jackman spent the OPEN' ALL NIGHT Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston naud Cemetery, with Leo W.
weekend visiting relatives and We never Cues Engethardt Funeral Home, Ft
friend in Umatilla. Myers in charge

Mill Patricia Power will
leave Saturday for a visit with

her brother Dr. John F. Powers Come See.Come Sav0.Come Now... STEAKHUNGRY

and family: In Dayton. Ohio.

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Blount
and family pent Mother' Day Rambler's Spring S eIIng9pree,

in LaBelle visiting her mother,

Mrs. J. F. Dana, and family.

Mr*. Kate Paige of Okechobee
arrived Sunday for a visit with ,

her ton, Bobby Paige. and
family on their ranch south of

Clewlston. Chef Ernest McCrayis
Mr. and Mri. George Whitney

and family! of Jacksonville were

guests on Mother's Day of his
II i;l'i' mother, Mr*. Susie Wade. '" ready to broil for YOUA

r'', Baker reunionon
,.. Selected, Top Grade. U.S. Choice

rr .. Mothers Day

I'I'I' .'. .'jer The annual family: reunion of New York Cut

the J. Fred Baker family! was

held on Mother' Day at the
Baker home in Golf View and

an of the son and daughter, SIRLOIN STEAKAvailable

I'' their wives, husbends and
Ij! children were present to enjoy
}, ""f f the day. ( from Noon for those who can't wait until 6 P.M.)
Mr. and Mri. James Kaln and

children came from Maltland

Friday and remained for the Served in
week-end Joining the group on Newt SptrlUd Rambler Claulo Typhoon R our dining room

r, Sunday :were Mr. and Mr*.
Robert M. Jones and children day

\ 1 of Nokomis end Mr. and Mrs STARRING TYPHOON-a new limited edition every
\ James F. Baker Jr. and children
of Lake Wale Rambler Classic that introduces the TORQUE

:' Two sass and their families COMMAND "232" engine-the 6 that comes on liken N w I Torque S PLAN NOW-

.' who reside In Clewiston were 81 You can get this biggest,most modern U.S.-built Command"1)2- Enjoy Dining Out
also guests for the day, Mr
6 in
: and Mr: Richard F. Baker and any top-of-the-Loe Classic and right now you can Test the BestGoRAMBLER

children and Mr. and Mri. Wm lave during Rambler's big Spring Selling Spree 1 See all

t A. Baker and children Mr: our popular Classics, thrifty Americans, luxurious
1, Baker. Sr,'. mother, Mrs. Rifle V-8 OR 6
r Foster of Sarasota was also Ambassadors-and get t R smart new Rambler V-8 or 6

u./>. i 41 an era honored Day reunion.guest at the Moth for less than you ever thought possible! N0.1 IN COM PACT-CAR SALES THE CLEWISTON INN


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students course in Chemistry at Carson- He also commended the water "
1I Two teachers, two Newman College, at Jefferson Water plant treatment staff for their attendance THE CLEWBTON NEWS Page 7
City Tenn.
I for This course is open at the various short Thursday, May. 14, 1964
math honors outstanding science students schools which are conducted
science who are permitted to rated t
receive take it following their topsThe by the State Board of THANK YOU
Junior '
Health to assist operator In for four years. ,
honor titute In Science and Math at year in high school. If
and math they keeping their Ricky will student council
water u.s. a
plant of Sugar plants at a peak
yt Science recentl1 corn. to members two ltu- the Fayettevllle Unlvers.ty, thus of summer.Arkansas,His in perform given allege satisfactorily credit they for are the Corporation from which the cf efficiency, and to protect representative this year, and 1* Citizens of Hendry County for your
two faculty City of dewiston Its public health. a member of the Youth Board.
IIlIIef wonderful in the first Democratic
} Hlib School; en six weeks course begins June jut must then return support -
He has been a member of Beta
ClewistDD water supply has received the
t volvt special summer courses in 1. 111 their tnelr senior own high school fck honorable mention award of the dub for two years and was recently Primary. I sincerely appreciate the
t unlVft'sltJ.es i and college Jimmy Bible, son of Supt. Both year. Florida State Board of Healthfor Students chosen elected president of Beta confidence have shown. '
and Mr. J. Homer Bible, hasbeen Bill and Jimmy were you
flow dates the plant being the best operated dub for next year. He was a
son of Mr. accepted for a college: selected because of their outstanding conciliation and filtration (Continued from Page 1)) delegate to the state Beta Con-
BJ, Lawrence work in their field, ventlon In Jacksonville last Your continued support in the Second ;
and upon recommendations of plant serving a populationof Harold is the son of Mr. and
their faculty and principal. less than 5,000 for the year Mrs. Charles H. Jones. His special week. Primary on May 26th will also be ap- !!

The faculty members who 196344. field is vocational: agriculture preciated. t
Sincere ThanksTo have received National Science The award was announced by and he takes a keen inter- Saturday is tI
My Foundation scholarship for David B. Lee, director of the eat In all Future Farmer activities !-
summer training are Mrs. Sarah bureau of sanitary engineeringof He has been an officer lathe Poppy Day T. E. Hedges
friends for their support May 5 Oliphant and Mrs Sammie the Florida State Board of chapter for three year and
my Dunaway. Mrs. Oliphant will Health, following the 32nd an- U treasurer for next year. He Saturday is Poppy Day sand i
congratulations to my successor attend the University of Minnesota nual competition among water was twice a member of the par. members of the American Legion if
for six weeks starting June plants of the state. llsmentary procedure team, and Auxiliary will be celling
29. She is enrolled In an Institute Standards of efficiency have 'hi* represented the chapter In the blood red poppies to raise C
Campbell! E. Nail on Genetics which will been raised through the years, public speaking contests funds needed for rehablltatlon f
be very helpful in her biology and Director Lee said "Conpe- His special project with the work, this marking the annual -1 f
I classes. Mrs. Dunaway will en- titian was very keen this year chapter at this time is care of Poppy Sale of the Legion AuxI-- Choice Locationfor
ter the University of Chattanooga and it was most difficult to select the bull owned by the chapter. liary started in 1920.:! 1
on June 10 for six week the winners. In most all Harold was the author of an article At its first national convention -
In the Math Institute, where categories there were several on sugarcane which was the Auxiliary adopted Die
lew ideas in math will b* honorable mentions, thus indicating published in the current issue poppy as Its memorial flower; home or apartments
taught along with refresher the sincere efforts to win of the National Future Farmer. and adopted resolutions urging
courses in the basic
fundamentals. the awards. It can be safely He was selected to attend the the wearing of the flower by 225' x 100' corner location
said that an honorable mention science symposium in Gainesville citizens to honor the war dead, i
"What Do The selection of two faculty is almost as significant as receiving earlier this month. and the telling of the poppies
School members is evidence from Clewlston High. the award." Ricky la the son of Mr. and for the sole purpose of aiding 'north side of highway i
of high
.e, You Mean? in the school personnel.quality Science Lee L.commended D. Yoder Superintendent who directs Mrs been Joseph P. Sexton He has In annual veterans'Poppy Day relief of work.the Legion The
and math a member of Beta Club
fields In which great are progressis two operation of the Clewiston plant, two years and has been an active Auxiliary was thus begun both streets paved; service alley. I
being made and In which ft* the efficiency of the plant. member of the school band The disabled veterans themselves I
Two Sides
rapid work in hospitals to make
changes are being made
Y {Nab xiE educationally. the- poppies; they are paid for CallJ.
their work; and all of them
To TheQuestion BIBTIIS 18 off 8441355Res. << need and appreciate the small
in this manner.
turns they earn
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Tatumare VI 8-2682
?" the proud parents of a son, E. BEARDSLEY
who was born In Belle Glade Mothers honoredat
Memorial Hospital on May 4th. REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
hospital SundayThe
The baby weighed five poundsone Thurmond W. Knight
This is ridiculous. There are many sides to ounce and has been named oldest and youngest E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501
mothers at Hendry General
the question. Driving with inadequate liability Ronnie Mr. and Lamar.Mrs. Glenn L. Low 'Accredited Farm & Land Broker" Hospital were remembered

coverage is ridiculous, too. Avoid this risk by of Moore Haven announce the Thurmond Knight Realty Inc orricBi Sunday on "their day" with
of artificial court.esy
vases roses
seeing Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency. We'llbe birth of a daughter, Lucinda Box (..1''", Rlrl.r ......... 2010 Avenue E of the hospital.Mrs. .
glad to help you.Beardsley.Nash. Lee, on Hospital May 5th in West Good Palm Samaritan west rmlm B.....k, .....PI.. RMera Beach Kathleen Collier, 18, of i I

Beach. Moore Haven was the youngest The demand for fat :
Insurance mother and Mrs. Carolyn Wad- I
Agency low, 82, of Immokalee was the
Clewiiton Mr. 'and Mrs. R. H Crawford oldest to be honored.In and stocker
Sugarland Highway visited in Arcadia and Fort the colored section, Annie -
Myers on Sunday. To The Votersof L. Franklin, 23, was the cattle is heavy
youngest mother, incidentally i
they were twins. Ammie Jackson Buy only the
Hendry County 40, of Rltta Camp was the
h oldest mother remembered. -
cattle you want

Thanks for your wonderful vote of Student council
politics hot *
Members of the Clewlston
confidence on May 5th High School Student Body will -Sales Every Monday at 1:00: P.M.
east their ballot next Monday
(for officers for the 196445 term. .I I
Candidate for president are
GENE HARNWANTED Sara Jo Cato and Judy Watson: ''I
Jan Brantley is unopposed for j
vice president and Mary Kath-
this isthe IUllqh dInugh powetlouse) swine vicing Lee for and lecretarytrealurer.CompeUtlun Denna Wood are. GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN.

on) wheels thdt you am driva.'T is keen and the
campus is well posted with campaign Phone WT MOSS Ben GIa...*.'J1a. '
dp hills down Allies through 0 0AND material.promises and political 1

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JAMES every cent for any needed labor. Pays every cent for any needed part

this; is the rough tough powerhouse for the balance of the 5 year or 50,000 miles. This means you

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1 e -' tI', __ww_ .__ .._...__
... .... deacon; Malcolm O Uiertoo, sen- O. : 'anon
.. .
", '"iaf it, i in Please take note! Sunda711et
Inc steward; Lynwood Bishop and Mrs Curu.1'unea
Junior steward;; Freeman Hodges The planned field trip iIy of Canal IntlMrs.
South Bay, Ten events are marshal; Bobby Jones, Okeechobee aulde"n Po1n' 1 u'
Wilson \
Board explainswild Duncan Murrow, Boy
scheduled. chaplain; ciety will take place on drain IIId
of am t
Local boys with street cyclesare lUndard bearer; David Carlton 24, instead of the Lakeland ,
May JI[ ,
Invited to enter the beginner sentinel; Tommy Weathers, announced. Punen, of ClewlstoD 1'.
previously ,
class to be run during Intermission. treasurer; and John Brahaman, ad the "'-1 t
will II'Oup
hog statustatus Royle Haulcomb scribe George Espenlaub for doe.

and Donald Shortnacy of Lake Following the Installation, ue
D-Status of Fisheat- Harbor and Dean Dyess of newly Installed master counsetor : -
Belle Glade will com pet e introduced his parents, :Mr.
Ing Creek. wild Wildlife ManaementArea' animals against the riders from Tampa, and Mrs, L. N. Davis and made
hogs as game
St. Miami' Lake- HOT HOT HOT
Petersburg his acceptance speech
was clarified May 4 by;
}..I! A. D. Aldrich director Game land. West Palm Beach, Fort Abner Vann introduced the
Lauderdale and other points. the meeting +
1 visitors Following
and Fresh Water Fish Commislon -
'j i This should be a fine race sis refreshments were servedto
Tallahassee. the word has spread through members and guests.Waterway CAR SAlESDEALS''
rules and
said the
j'f Aldrich Florida that muck -nakts a fine
regulations of the Commission track for racing, as it stays
J declare nogs to be game animals packed and doesn't get roughas Ass'n !l'''' <<,"
in the following described r f
do tracks.
e many
raeas in Glades County effective Money and trophies will be gains recognition kt
Immediately: awarded the winners of various iII
liThe Fliheatlng Creek Wildlife events. One dollar donations are Directors of the Florida Waterway t\
Management Area, 2)) the asked for funds to cover expenses. Association have asked ,
Fisheating Creek Refuge situat the Okeechobee Waterway Association IN b.
I I, ed north and west of Moore directors to attend a
I Haven and 3)) on all of the ;joint meeting in Stuart Friday
land owned by Lykes Bros.. Salt fishing M I afternoon, at which there will 5A
Inc., within the area bounded be discussion of the waterway p;;;
by State Road 70, State Road program for Florida.
contest at NaplesNAPLES
29, U. S: Highway 27, and the Another event recently which
Wayman Road-known as the Fla. The fourth indicates the strength gained by
Glades County Fish and Game ...
annual Greater Naples summer ""\ the Okeechobee Waterway Association -
Club Management Area. fishing tourney opening May 17 during Its few yearsof
On all these areas, the wild includes all Collier county salt life is the appointment of the .,w yi
hog is now classified as a game water, and again will have separate OWA president Paul Franklin, rm. r
animal and Is subject to the divisions for Collier residents INSTALLED" DEMOLAY OFFICERS of ftafarland of Fort Myers, to the advisory 4"'eM'"y ales sae
regulations and protections and visitors. Chapter, Order of DeMolay I Include, left to right, Michael I Jess committee of the Rivers and
dan, senior counselor Darts I master counselor and
afforded deer turkey, squirrel, Prizes will be awarded for the : Kenny Harbors Congress
squall and other game species. largest caught of ten different Bill Lawrence, Junior counselor. Franklin has been asked to
Aldrich reminded hunters that species: snook redfish, mackerel attend the Rivers and Harbors / '
as game animals wild hogs trout, grouper. tarpon, ers was Installing officer, assisted Congress meeting In Washington
: may be taken only during the mangrove snapper, sheephead, DeMolay install by Abner Vann, acting June 2.5.Dairy.
open season designated for wild Jewfish and pompano. Two senior counselor; Art Lawrence, "
hog hunting, and that hogs may prizes for each species will be acting junior counselor; Carlos 1i
not now be trapped or takenas awarded In each of the two di- new officersNew Dickey, Acting senior deacon; Princesssought i
privately owned or wild- visions. Bob Adams, marshal and H. N. :PLYMOUTHRecently
roaming hogs on the Flsheatlng
Contest rules are simple. All officers of Sugarland Godbey, chaplain
Creek Wildlife ManagementArea '
and other areas designated fish must be caught'with rod Chapter Order of DeMolay Officers Installed included for 1964 I
and reel or cane pole using live,
Installed at
were Impressiveceremonies Kenny Davis master counselor;
Clarification of the status of dead or artificial baits. All fish on Wednesday, April Michael Jordan, senior counselor The South Florida Dairy Council
wild hogs as game animals in must be weighed at an official 29 plans to promote "June Is Plymouth beat Ford and And right now your Plymouth Dealer
this area of Glades County was weighing station and enteredon at Sugarland Lodge ; Bill Lawrence, Junior counselor Dairy Month" this year, and to Chevrolet In !9 out of 10 tests at RaceIs making red-hot deals on the cams
i! given In response to queries an official entry blank. S. P. WUklns, III, of Ft My- ; Don Edwards, senior help the current Florida Dairy I way Park In Indianapolis.Tests covered red-hot car..,Plymouth I Head for your

from Interested persons, Aid.e Princess, Miss Joan Gossett. 19, I I performance,braking and gas economy nearest Plymouth Dealer's right away!
rich aald. to find a successor who will be
crowned June 20 in Orlando at Al Plymouth's ,request, Nitlonwldt Coniunwr Testing Institute bought tie compinbly qulpwdV
the officials, mad tin ..
-Si directly) from dMlw showroom hind the drlwn tupplM ruin mt
the annual meeting of the American supervised Uw InUre competition. SM your Plymouth Owls for,details of Tut Trick, u.LA."
Dairy Association of Flor

. Seminoles play No need ida.

"'/:, Little League fora r rLeaflets BECK MOTORSHighway


game A Little will be League played at baseball Brigh crystal ball p Cate and San Benito Street Clewis ton, Fla.

ton Seminole Reservation Sunday
afternoon. May 31st between to find
the Brighton Braves and ': ",aaN {"
the Tice-Fort Myers Little Lea.
,..J' ;I" '"' 4 '
t the bestcentral .+ iir'fir
game has been scheduledby ;.,,\;,
Frank Huff, recreation director ;:.. '
at the reservation and ..
H. 0. Spalnhower, Jr. of Tlce, : j
to the Brighton! lads r Announcing f/ .
help earn w ... : .,.. I
money for several extras In air '' ". '. .' ';A-I
conditioning b
j their recreation program ; decorations in Supermarkets .::t:
among them are uniform, for and potters with ,9
j the Little League players, equipment for the small homet1p advertising will help promote "f .
and transportation tot June as Dairy Month. The of' L ,
from home, and Opening
t games away Meanwhile the search for the
other needs of the summer pro
Dairy Princess Is underway
gram Any young woman with a dairy
The Moore Haven High School I ( farm background, 18 to 25 years I
f I Band which received a straight of age can obtain details of the FORSHEE TV & RADIO
'> I superior rating in all nine events ,Princess Contest from the Dairy
at the recent district band
t AIR CONDITIONING' Council of South Florida. 2175
contest, will play a short program
S.W. First Street, Miami, 33133.
prior to the game and .
new Dairy Princess will
. I will also play after the game be representative of the Florida

r,- The"Good-bye"Seminoles song will in Creek sing! In.a A, .new super-compact unit designed and priced dairy agriculture Industry and meetings'will travelto and Quality, experienced service on all makes and

dian. Concession stands will offer t I '
state fairs,
receiving a free trip
... cold drinks snacks, and Se '' : for two to Nassau, and an all- models of
..". mlnole hand-craft. specifically for the small home. < ,expense trip to Chicago in June radios, stereos and hifis.
,,' The game will take place at 1963 to participate in the national
I ': Osceola Stadium, Brighton Reservation contest.Sugarland.
and will start at 2:00:

(Y} i iI 'i.1 start pro. at The 1:45: band pm. concert will itCools Dehumidifies Filters Pharmacy Antenna Installation & RepairsFor

I, :,,' Cycle Races ( PIZZAYU

vi j i in Belle GladeThe air for whole house comfort on hottest,;' muggiest 2.3311 quick and dependable service

I The Sugarland Cycle Association
ry t will sponsor another thrill
.a 'packed afternoon of cycle racing best
is buy.
t 1 days. Bryant
Q )j Jn the Glades Sunday, starting your Call YU
at two o'clock at the track : ", I. Did You Know? 2.3645Charles
; next to the Shell Museum_ at :

Let us tell you all about it. You can get

Bar-B-Q to GO! ForsheeFormerly

GLADES GAS CO. ( with Redlih Electric)


4 1 ft Dan McCarthy 519 E. Trinidad Clew It*

Phone YU'2.9322


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rAflil off .
For Tax Collector

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' wanted Apply to Gary'Scott Thursday, May 14, 1964
Thrifty Drugs tic

ADS OLDER ((1)) May\ 17th the Band Parents
lor housekeeping Bradentonarea NewsNews will present a "Band Concert" -
in the At
Live In, permanent position. gym.
4:00: p.m. (Benefit Band
Write William A. White.

lour: BLUM & SONS PLASTERING.Very 805 Orlando Ave, Bradenton of Our Colored CommunityMRS. Uniforms$l.00-StudegU$50), Admission: : Adults

FOR SALETwo Best Work- flat May28p JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Edlter ((2)) May 21st. Band Parents

all minimum charge of: three. 3-bedroom homes, one We Save You :Money WANTED-Fulltime housekeep Phone YU 2-7631 Meeting in the Libraryat
the price frame, one cement block, Plastering, Simulated, Stone 8.00
er. Come talk it over.' Kle : p.m.
erimaPRONE YUkon 8-1201 one North side US 27, one Stucco-Free Estimate Hathcock. tic HAWAII (AHTNC-Army) Speclallst warfare and counter-insurgency of the ((3)) May 25I.11t'. T. A. Meeting;
on South .Ide. Both excellent Licensed and Insured Tour Lawerence Robin operations against 2.000
in the Library at I:00 ,m.
whose name* a.. condition. Both partially fur m 25 Years In Business WAITRESS WANTED at Cane- son Jr., 23, whose parent live division's men who took the p J
Senior ClassNight
u ((4)) May 26th
r"- the el"-** aell nished. Financing can be ar 3850 Lora Street brake Apply !in person tic on Route 2, Clewlston, n... part of guerrillas previously
pear In ranged. Island at 8:00 p.m. in the i
W t1I'. pelllel ts Fort Myers Fla. tic participated ai a member of established on the
any pick Crystal Theatre. Frank Denmead. Realtor ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 WAITRESS WANTED at Old the auault force In Exercise Specialist Robinson a fire gym.
((5)) 27th Student "Gov;
Amenta ef the News YU 2-3421 ML ESTATE HUM South Bar-B-Q Ranch. Must WEST WIND, a joint Army. team leader in Company A, 1st May
mast be IF ITS UNIFORMS see us first be between 21 and 45 year of Navy-Marine Corps amphibious Battalion of the 25th Division's14th ernment Day"I I

tad 7heatre'before asses Wednes'u' Nurses, Beauticians Waitress age. Contact Carroll Benson tic operation, on the Hawaiian It- Infantry, regularly stationed ( ) May 28th, thru June 1st.

sailed fer REAL ESTATE FOR RENT-Furnished cabins Maid, Doctor's and Barter's land of Molokai April 15-24. at Schofleld Barracks, Hawaii Final Examination for

..,. NORTHSIDE borne or Investment and hailers Johnson Fishing 'jackets. The only uniform shop More than 4.000 troops of the entered" the Army in January Grades! 1st thru 11th. ,

property, priced considerably Camp. YU 2-U81. tic for miles around. LINNIE'S r 25th Infantry Division were 1962. He completed basic ((7)) May\ 31st, Baccalaureate I'

under marketNORTHSIDE3 FOR RENT-Trailers and Trailer UNIFORM SHOP. 1635 Hendry landed on the liland'i Papohakj training at Fort Jackson, S. C., Exercises at COO: p.m. lathe 4

bedroom frame Royal Street,Fort Myers. Jan1UoPETE'S Beach from helicopter and and was last assigned at Fort gym.
spaces Palm Trailer
(S) June 1st, Commencement
Furnished Immaculate. Colo.Robinson .
Park. O landing ships After establish' Carson
Phone YU
NORTHSIDE bedroom frame 2-2603. tic Cabinet Shop. Custom. 4+ tuft ,to V,,Ymi:, the men Is a 1960 graduateof Exercises at 8:00 p.m., In I
$9,000. SMALL HOUSE FOR RENT. made cabinets.: Formica specialist moved Inland to conduct Jungle Booker T. Washington High the gym. .
ACREAGE as available. Phone YU 2-7921. Itc. Remodeling kitchens School In Moore\ Haven ((9)) Our Summer School Program .
e No'job too big too small. Free 1
or will begin July ,
2-BEDROOM. 2 ,
School Teacher 01 the Year
bath FOR RENT-One) bedroom trail- estimates 118 Central Ave. YU 1964.
frame home. Hardwood
floor. er. dean, quiet Phone YU 24421. May21e ((10) Our First Day of, School I

S23 .YEA HOMES In Broward 2-1238. tic HELP WANTED I,'MEN and Mr*. E. Richardson. for the term of 1964-65
spent Sunday In Lakeland Fla will begin August 31st, 1964 I
Palm Beach and Dade FOR
coun- RENT: one and two
where they' were the house
((11)) May 19th, thru 21st, Senlon'
ties sixes and bedroom
prices. trailers
also shade s93 guest of Mrs. Richardson parents
Small cash CAN YOU PAINT CLIMB Examination.
payment spaces. dewiston Trailer
Mr. and Mr. Ed McKlre.
FOR RENT Efficiencies and YU 2-661. tic AND WORK the hours I ((12) May 20th Elementary'sOperetta
Mrs. H A. McKlre and daughter
SALE houses a* available. work even Sundays. I need ,' in the gym, at
FOR Over 1,000 vacant lots to select FOR RENT-NIce shady Trailer a partner (no emploee! ) small k Yulie E. accompanied where theRlcb.rdson. a p.m..Admission: Adults:

2-bed- from for all.purposes. Various spaces. Moore Haven Trailer Investment See Wade atWade's to Clewiiton $50 Elementary Students:
Modern frame prices. Terms.INVERTMENT. Park. Call WH 6-3191. o Sign Shop, 309 Centralor they spent several days $15 and High School Students

room house with Florida AND INCOME May 14p 0 Royal Palm Trailer Park. : $25
living room PROPERTY. ltp. -
room, FOR
Furnished two miscellaneous for Sale The many friends of Rev. and
room, kitchenand RENTAL. Recent bedroom beachside NEEDED OBITUARY
dining cottagesat AT ONCE-Full or Mrs Leroy Holmes were stricken ,
bath. Can be fi CBS construction, 123,000. Fort Myers Beach Mrs. J. part time man or woman to with grief when they learnedof
LONG TERM low Interest, C. Gill 2433 First St. Fort The final Rites for the late

nanced. Telephone YU farm cane grove and ranch Myers Fla. ED 4381.. Mayfflc FOR SALE Packard sedan Clewiiton.serve Watkins Good Income.customer No Investment In, In Eustis her pasting, Fla. Mrs.a few Holmes days "wasa ago Mrs Frankie J. Holmes, the
3-1301 between 9 am mortgages, minimum 150000. condition new battery wife of Rev. Leroy Holmes were
LISTINGS NEEDED FOR RENT-One bedroom efficiency new generator.. :Ready to your own hours member of the Lake Shore conducted Sunday evening May
and 5 Write C. R. Ruble Dept 5-L School (Belle
drive. High faculty
pm.OR Immaculate
J. M. LANKFORDleg. apartment utilities 10, 1964 at the St James A.M. .
Priced to sell. See at "chuck"Welk P. 0. Box No. 2447, Memphis, Glade, Fla) A large group of
Bed Estate Broker Couple only. Phone Tennessee E. Church, Eustis, Fla., Rev.C. .
Motor Itp friends and church member in
SALE OR RENT New. duplex 530: East: Sugarland Highway YU 24881. tfe Co tf 'D. Lazier pastor The ceremony (
Clewliton and Bell Glade attended

three bedroom. Car Fire- Auto and General FOR RENT-2 and 3 room furnished \ FOR SALE-One 14 ft Thompson EARN 120 per day or more In the funeral service In was carried out in the i
art. Location: Oblspo fit beans Insurance boat and trailer 1963 permanent route work. Win following manner: ''I
apartment Phone 2- Eurtls, Sunday afternoon.
Mn. Black
Corona and Pacific: Sts. Oewiston. Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 127L tic IS hp Johnson motor Lonnle train man or woman If inexperi M. PreoessioselsHymn481 I I

coiled Lee Wilson., 84451 Ford. tic cored Write Mr. HEATH. Box Mrs. M. I. Black was chosen

Lake Park. Fla. "tti| FOR RENT-5 room house fur\ 2766 Memphis 2, Tenn. May 14pmiscellaneous high school teacher of the year Invocation Rev. T. W.
FOR SALE!: Drums used. Com Elementary' leather ef the Year
540 Acres nished. Call YU 2-1236. tic by the student council A native SamuelsSelection
plete set 1135. Music
of Ocala, Fla., she is the daufh- Choir
4M Acres of B3ghly improved Adjacent to Clewiiton. ROOMS FOR RENT- Can YU YU 2-4781. Ito 1r'i Reading Old Testament and '.
mile Cleared Suitable for ter of Mrs Ruby Brown, Miami
Over H 2-6881.
pasture. tfe Wanted
sub-dividing and the wife of Nathaniel New Testament
[rooting on U.S. 27. Five FOR SALE-Used How Trail.
Qewiston. will consider Smaller Tracts. FOR RENT-Small bouse. Furnished er. 1963 U'xsr.$500 cash and Black, and mother of three girls.A Favorite Song "In The Hour A

Frank Denmeasl mealier Frank Fronting Deamead US.Realtor 27 or unpunished 135 take up payments. YU 2-4421. WANTED; TO RENT for graduate of Howard Academy Of Trail" Choir

YU 24421 YU 2-3421 per month. See Mrs. Sloan 433 tie summer 2 or S bedroom trailer High School, Ocala grid- As a Christian Mr. Dan MaCendon
E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson uate Bethune Cookman College
house For
tfo FOR SALE-ISM Chrysler Deluxe or apartment Daytona Beach, Ha. and has As a Friend Mr. Tommy L. il
GLAND GREATER THAN Sedan dean, all-power, Rev. Julian Pope, pastor North- HayesAs I
done further Florida
FOR SALE study at
1100 down. 3-
EVER for houses, acreage, bedroom frame- not finished- FOR RENT-New 10'xSff house radio, heater, air conditioned! side Baptist Church. YU 26483.4te.. Normal, St. Augustine and Fla. a NeighborMrs.. Roslynde !

utlnesses. We have customers but livable. $65; month. trailer with two bedrooms By A good second family car Can A. and M, past president of Brown

railing List your property with Mabel J. Whitney,per 1175, N.W. week or month YU 2-342L Uc YU 2-5881 after S o'clock In WANTED-One half ton pick up the Glade Trl-County Teachers' Resolutions New Bethel A. II I
i. J. E. Beardsley. Pit. YU evenings. tic M. E. dewlston, St. JamesA.
79th street Miami. SO, JIM.Junk.. truck 60 to 64 model, any Association and chairman of ,
ML tic FOR SALE: Parakeets $200 make. Take up payments. Call District 2, council of mathematics M. E.. Eustis

up Mynah birds African lovebirds YU 2-1238. May 140WAm'ED teachers. She Is presently! Solo Mr. Leroy Williams I I

215 Acres Cleared monkey cages, supplies tenth grade home room teacher Representative, L a k e Shore
i TO RENT Three chairman of the dramatic High School Belle Glade I I'
Pet boarding.! Thompson WIld
Adjoining City 20 acre homesite Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- bedroom house. C. L. Burton, department treasurer'of Hen- Acknowledgement of Telegrams 'II

For sub-dividing. near Moore SR78 Haven on 1236. tie YU 1-1<<1. May28e dry County, Progressive teach and condolences Mrs. Elsie
member of BroomfieldObituary
ers' association
Frank Deamead FYU2M21 ..... WANTED-Couple who may be '
e Frank
Dcamead. Realtor
V. L.
I .-m REGISTERED: CITRUS TREES New Bethel AM-E. Church Mrs
YU 2-8421 on social security, or retired
FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. member of the No. 2 Choir Hymn 551
for maintenance work. I I
M. Tomllnson Ona Fla. Phone easy stewardess board No. 2, chairman \ Eulogy Rev. M. M. Martin
ANNOUNCEMENTS I 1 $ I MISC, RE 5-2788. tfd Living quarters and utilities of Remains \
furnished. Call 'YU 2-3421 or of the dramatic club of the Mia Vivian. Randolph Viewing
293. O.E:.S.. reporter Recessional I
church chapter
I ALL MAKES 21" USED TV Write Frank flounced Gewis- :
Miss chosen _
Business of the Glades'Choir Choir Randolph was Interment Mt Olive Cemetery
Directory GLADES MERCANTILE COM SETS.: of raateed. $1"M ton, Fla. tic
Elementary teacher of the I
Union and member of the Sigma ;year Eustis, :White and Done ,
PANY authorized Singer Sewing down $14.04 per month LAKE Gamma Rho Sorority.; by the student council She is Funeral Directors Gainesville
Machine dealer will APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-T15L tic
agent On April 27, 1964 she war the daughter of Mrs. Corinthian Fla. In charge of arrangements. ,
You mice DealerICARITHERS GOULD BROS. service sewing machines InQewistoa FOR SALE-Xltchen drop le.l honored by the P.T.A. and presented Wilson and the late Oscar Randolph She leaves to mourn her passlog

area every Saturday. table utility; table. Bunting an orchid and a potted ST. the God daughter of Rev. L Holmes, husband

PAINT Phone WY 6-5839., Belle Glade. metal glider. Phone YU -201Li x+SH plant for her class room M Mr and Mrs. Abraham Not. Clewtston. Mrs. Millie Johnson,

STORE tie May 14e home room mother of the year tage Miami Fla, born and mother, lusts, sis I:
RADIO and TTIALES r.a.rec11D Jacksonville. She Is a Mrs. Minnie Ka.OM ,
Ueeas4 Ceetraetora larared for recruiting the most new tar
WITJIIDYICII BUYING COINS FOR SALE: Shoe skate in members for this school term graduate of the New Stanton New York N.Y., two brothers I''

FREE: ESTIMATES NICKELS1384 : good condition, size 7, $10. with the cooperation of her High School: with two year of W. L. Johnson Gainesville Fla. I
ckefl Bldg. 108 Bond St laD 3 .50 Clara Simmons behind Notting Boot Guide Gas Ice home room mother. study at Edward Waters Cot and Robert Johnson Tampa I

Phone YU 2-6441 SUM >V rIaa4 Hwy. .. LOG ham's Store, Highway 27. Itp. Fishing Tackle:: Supplier Her favorite bible verse Is leg and a recent graduate of Fla. other relatives end many ',

Theme YC' 2-8111 1J39-D 150 FURNITURE IN ]EXCELLENT Johnson' "It is better to light one candle Fla. A. and M. University. She many friends. .

1tJ8.S: _______ -.. JO CONDITION. Solid mahogany -than to curse the darU- was chosen Miss Glee Club at ." .. ': .

CLEWISTONILER 1M3-D 45 Spa Bedroom set with Fishing Camp ness". favorite quotlon, God Edward Waters College and ,. .
SEE US FOBBOTTLED INS ___________ JO Miss Women Senator at Fla. A
grant me serenity to accept
SALES double dresser. .Sofa, chairs, CUwbtoa Flo. Come enjoy the event of theyear
GAS lM8-8 -.10 aDd M. and also Fraternity,
tables refrigerator stove, and things I cannot change courage "In Fairyland" Aa ;; a
1943 __________ -JO Sweetheart. She served recent
to change those I can
New miscellaneous. Mrs. Wm Kahl. In three Acts Presented M .
& Used AppliancesSalesService 1850-P ____________ ..131955P change, and wisdom to know the ly a* the 1964, Honor Guard for Operetta '
636 SW Second st Belle Glade. the Elementary Department
s 21 E. YU 22661WALDRON'S 195O-D ..,............- 10.00 : difference the Debutante Cotillion, sponsored by .J!
Phone 996-6643 2tc. May 30, 1964 -
19114 .25 EDWARDSPlumbing by the Zeta Phi Beta So-

POWER GASCORPORATION ... .... .-. JS FOR SALE-New. Kimball Spinet ority. Tim natorlum 8:00_p.m.Harlem- Place Academy Gym- f rl I

1951-P .........,... M Organ, $893. Holdridge Mu Repair Glades Roofing Co. She Interned at Excelsior Donation Adults SOc '
DIMES YU 2-4781. May28c High St. Augustine Fla. under
1'5 AND GROCERIES!: !: 1942d<< .2IJ Replacements.Installations AO Type ef Reef and Mrs. Mildred Larl D. She was Students ISo and 25c.Julia' '

Open 7 a.m to 1 CALL COLLECT 1955-P ___ .50 FOR SALE-Payroll envelopes. Sheet Metal Werk Introduced to society by the
pjn. .
o South Bay WY 68321HENDRT 1955D19S54 .......-...-. .2IJ printed with form for social Trouble Shooting New Ceastraetlea er Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, April
3 to 8pm. _...+ .2S security: ; withholding and other Repair Jibe 15. 1955 and became a debutanteShe *

Six Days a Week COUNTY; HALVES- deductions. Box of 500. dewlston "Septle Tank A Phone 2-7111 has been employed by the Beauty Nook \

Title & Abstract Co. 1942P .10 News office. U Specialty'! Day er Evenings Hendry County Board of Public

EVERY TUESDAY)>> 1948-D ______ ____ .60 FOR SALE-Amana room air. Call YU 2-6711 P. O. Bo: UllCUEVnSTON Instruction since 1961, servingas For That New Look
nif Ahlra.--11 Insarsne Tinting. Styling, Cutting. No
or Your SPIIr *. 1949-P i ..801949S !' FLA. third glide teacher directorof
*** labile lleeegrephevPbeleeepykog conditioner. Year round mod 325 E. Ventura Appointments Friday and
PtCD1c. .. ... .eo
DwplleaUag 1941D ... --" el. Reverse cycle. Cool and the Harlem Academy: Glee Saturday

Mae East of Ctewiston Bridge 8L and Park Are.laBene ____________ M heats. Call 2-2681 after I pm Club, Senior sponsor financial For Information Can MI12Mr

Bare Beach Fla.' P. O. Box: 641OKinre IM3-P __________ 1.00 or on Saturday. tie secretary of the Hendry County, *. Julia Sale. Freprleter .
i-IMl 1955-P L75 Progressive Teachers' Association. .

Indian Cents __0013 & up FOR SALE-1957 Knox 41' 8', Miss Randolph won high
pntion Cattlemen Large Cent _.._ 00.50 & up 2 bedroom house trailer. C. F. ATTENTION. honors at the district: music

Ie the time te EVINRUDESales Two Cents ---.- 00.50 it up Blair. Call YU 21501. Festival that was held In West Harlem Club

debts with a leIIMIJcI.te lag. term $5 ---10.00&l Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK Palm Beach and also the state Favorite Mixed Drinks Fried

kee' 10. laten n-. $10 Gold 15.00 up music Festival held In St. Petersburg Chicken nab Hamburgerand '
with and ServiceNew $30 Gold SOW ft UP TO THE FUTURE AND Fla. Her nobbles are other Sandwiches .

ederal Land and Used Motors Will pay postage on shipments WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING reading, dancing, singing, playing Recorded Popular Bands Music :

Bank Marine Hardware) totaling $1.00 or more. Write the piano and making new Mr. sad Mrs. Will Wallace.

See er Write Fart and Accessories concerning other type coins.. 1iBELP friends. She enjoy working Proprietors
Prices are for very good coins. A lenr Cut Farm Mortgage with the whole child.Harlem ) .
". *. MAYElectric Marine Safety Equipment Better prices for better coin. FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN

pt Phone YUba 2-otll. No scratched or mutilated coins mi Furnish Cask Tie
rade.ton."lie lie! BaIIcIJq wanted Ship to Renaance debt*. Hilton' Grocery
J1er1c1a Garage
R. E. WALDRON JOE ANDERSON e Fbaaee finD ImpreTemeats, new h114I ... P.r- Groceries Fresh Meats. ;

3103 Bon Air Drive WANTED I WOMEN I chase wind Machine sad Install Irrigation.Assist Ready Vegetables, Cold Drinks. Essential .I
32808. Fla. .la ef farm. raaeh.Farehase Item
cams Orlando, e purchase a gave er To Serve You
We appreciate :your patronMr -
For prompt. Efficient May 14c C more land.Prevlde "
Tyke 2-4241 .,..
r' kealn, An Appilaaaes Home delivery COVERS and drapes. Custom WAITRESS WANTED-CJadee e capital foods fer the farm enterprise dbert AUen Jr.. Proprietor and Mrs.Thanten mteai
Aeehical CGIIlraedq OF 'THE MIAMI HERALD SLIP line of Restaurant See Tony Toulla. ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN Proprietors ;. .
made. Complete tic
moms ftfte I-IUl Call Bobby Gidcltn drapery and slip cover fabrics. 1. Lower ,.JIII.....

Free eatlm.... Can YU 3-5831. 2. Longer terms (sp to 21 years).

YVM2I1 Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand \ 2. Depeadabl servlca (curing agriculture exclusively Elite Cafe and

Double "A" Upholstery.! "8 Business Lots slaea HIT. Grocery

4. Fan .prepaymeat privileges without penalty. NEW LOCATION

Tampa Tribune wk. ..' Loan service by local people) familiar with local agrtavttara Corner Tennessee and Fourth Streets
RoofingLicensed Net $350. per 75'xlOO" to 20 Alley i :

e :. aad I Going established local bud- acrois; from Parkinson If .. eaa be of service to yea please write er phase Bom Cooked, Food Sandwiches, Cold Drinks. Candles .,

Ft. MSS, with excellent profit W. E. MAY Mgr. er DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Asat. Bfgr. Cookie and Ice Cream I
Myers picture. Start making money Exclusive I

Bonded News Press the equipment.day you C/tiwsand take over.AU Dade-Monroe Realty Federal l Land Bank Association Service with Atmosphere a smileDoat I :,

PAn sgp? Home Delivery JpSnt Dlus adjotolag. $8.300 309 W. Sugnrland Uwj of f BradentonFB6NXI forget to purchase a Clewiston News J I:

total price. YUkon 27651'tCLASSIFIED I 'j i
YU 3-2941
ILA ,. ,PbonaJ-2T l )TaskVU 24421* ..... iu.a.il' KKADENTON. FLA.

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NOTICH tan.fltsi ........ and not In .*- .
Page 10 TTHE: CLEWISTON NEWSThursday Clewiston, Fla strong consideration prior to School featuring hits from tamed with a picnic. Their T. all aware .f ... ....... e.... thereof A Hit of all taxes After bond Jane a prow jj to M
to ._ <.'. RasMe )*Tl d |. contained In a book 1;
Dads served as babysitters pads on .
May It, W4 the May 29th eecond primary Broadway Musicale nraS...* lM. rtol.M."rrtveetr. file I* the office of the 8.cretarjr nua11inatallln00. moral :*'
Cunningham said. Abner Vann The 35-member group was keep order while the motherswere elands. ....-*...< I.. of the Board of Buparvlaor of each I'
is the Hendry County chair housed in Clewiston with various playing the Calcutta. the e...cnpc lan el eke "-....... of sock Die trial, entitled t.rnund Installmat and rrU':'
.t... _....... 1k.ed.4pie. "DRAJNAOB TAX RECORD Or MflIIIH I
E. E. Collins
lanes Contracting
families and appeared .t tnlmmfttmmt ROLLER DRAINAGE DISTRICT, Colledctor of H nldt oq to W t
Work startson Company of Miami has been ha appointed S. H. here thorough the efforts of $5,000for You and each of you, are HBNDKT COUNTY FLORIDA", later than the first eoy04 I
awarded the contract and will Stalls, to serve as campaign Miss Elise Aytes and Miss Dura City gets the hereby provlalona advised that of ,Chapter pursuant I*to*. and rock thl office. book for U.examination available bjr at teWler 01'; each yar da. If t
have 190 working days to com- treasurer for the county organization Underwood, who were former cigaret tax Florida Statute, the of all Interested peraona. the 01.11&1"""

S-833 May 17 plete the project students of director Jack flouts The City of Clewiston has received Watrlct Buperrl.ori.... 1 vied atoll.drain.as ..*. You, and each Of you are further the Prsorseoalt.of DI.trlol: ,,the d ::-.t. ,Of If,
in Tennessee. check for SI,014.71 In tax In the amount of '486TI1.U ,- notified that you .h.n have of the Secretary and Ihl n,,1OtI
the land within the right and privilege of payIns1 01
A $340.607 project to rebuild Burns committee Southern College cigaret tax returns from March ',uch District against to pay the east of In advance to the Tr.a.urer this the 115th ddy of Ye,.d1L
8.4 miles of State Road S-833 the eompletltlon of the proposed of the Board of Buparvleora the nIUTRiCIDRARA> I'
sales, according to the reportof ( .
choir here work and: Improvements ao- amount of the drainage tax aued .
blitz TuesdayThe Hendry's team
In Hendry County east of organizes Richard )Ceiling: director of cordane. with the Amended Pljn .* ...In.t the land. within BW.W'*
Immokalee it. expected to be Members of the Hendry Florida Southern College, the State Beverage Department, of Reclamation approved by the the District at r.t. on or (SEAL)
of .uch prior to Jan 114 The
i started by May 17, the State County Bums for Governor Concert Choir of Lakeland presented wins CalcuttaThere which handles the collections.'lhls : Dl.trlct.Board of Such Buprvlora total dralnair tax. amount to be *.. paidn advance ATTEST/., B!, r
announced today two delightful concertsin and I... hall be the full amount of PAIGECNBelt
Road Department committee met Monday at the represents eight cents per ha. been apportioned to the "'
... "
Clewurton this week. will be a Husband and led on each tract of land in such tax levied the amount add.
I Clewfeton Inn with area chair package Dl.trlct In proportion to the .. thereto to meet interest on May 14. II, ,,.
Road Board member Warren man Tom Cunningham Jr, of On Tuesday evening, the Wife tournament at the Country June .,. ulh
M Cason add the project extends West Palm Beach. choir presented a program of Club Sunday, reports Bill Bak.

on SR S-833 from I point As was true In most small religious music including My er Players will form their own
approximately four mile east counties, concentrated effort Saviour Dear, I Will Not Leave foursomes and select their own
of SR S-48 in a westerly and was not made during the first You Comfortless J, Alleluia Ho- tee-off time, play will be from FOR SALEby Announcingthe
Never Said Mum- daylight to dark. Net tourna.
northerly direction to the primary In Hendry County sans He a
balin' Word, and the Battle ment handicaps will apply, the
DevU'i Garden Wildlife Management Now however, supporters. are association of
area, being rallied together and an Hymn of the Republic. ladles a maximum of 50 and Glades Electric Co-op
men a maximum of 22. Play
Work on the project Includes "all-out" effort is being madeto Wednesday morning the
will be 18 holes
rebuilding the existing .roadway present the "Burns Story"to group presented a program of RAYTHIELENwith
to accommodate l -foot traffic every qualified voter for popular music at the HighS A husband wnose wife does '
not play, or a wife whose husband Two 1960 / -ton GMC pickup

does not play may have acoif
partner for the day eitherof

their own choosing, or trucks in good condition.Truck .

the through club calling Bill Baker at "Chuck"! Wells Motor Co.

OVERLOADED. This .is the first Husband and
Wife event at the local club and No. 3, license No. 60GK95 Clewistonas

should prove very entertaining
Margie Hendry's team won Truck No 7, license No. 60GK94 NEW
the Ladles Calcutta Sunday a and USED

We're overloaded with new cars. Our lot is Marge, Margaret Schmidt and

low Frances net of Morgan 68 turned In a Trucks are equipped with 4-speed transmission Car Salesman

bulging out all over"! Second, and only one point heavy duty clutch and overload springs on rear.

behind, was Louise Wlesen- They may be seen at office of Glades Electric
feld's team. with Eloise Harris Chevrolet Oldsmobile
During this month you can save dollars on all our and Pat Baker as members Co-op in Moore Haven.

who carded 07, and third was

new cars! Dot V ttorl'. team with Lav- Bids, identifying the truck or trucks by license, Pontiac

erne Radish only one and more EvelynVaughn point be- number will be received until 12 noon on Thursday -

hind. They carded a 68. It was May 21.

Example: event considered a very successful The board of directors of Glades Electric Co-op "For all your car needs ,

Highlighting the day was the reserves the right to reject any or all bids. "
.See Ray Today!
catered picnic when about 30
Brand New Full-Size ChevroletFull children of golfers were enter-

Compllanc. with hcUon
101.011 Florida Statutes of un,
price $2126.00 Notice I I. that
har.by given the
Board of County Unmmle.loneri '
of H.ndry County, Florida, have !imRADE'N'TRAVELTIIlilEATYOURllHEVROLET\ DEALERS
pointed. the following Ejection
Officer for each of the Precinct .
of H.ndry County, Florida ... \
$61.85 monthPlus to hold the Primary Elec ( Five different lines of cars-fortr.f
Per lion on May leth, l'64i; }
l'III Ul.nor.<<'I1CT! Plt.en NO. 1, Clark .E I : : r I\ five different, models choose:

OUMI.Dorothy Foy June, Inspector H.lnler,,In.pec.rlonnl ..r'I. \ from. Come early and trade great),'

normal down payment Evelyn: tor "I.tch.r, Inap.clor ,, ,S I Now that spring's in full awing, you'll find
l>urrnc., Inapactor I new Chevrolet perfect for picking (g

O Itelorr I U; Buva-a HoloubrV, Deputy, In.pector Luxury-First, there's the big Jet-emootlk
IVLLINO FLACK! BUOUHOAIIAOE Chevrolet.Sumptuous and soft riding.Over-
Summer SpecialsWAS l'UFfl\ NO. S 700 sound stoppers throughout the car to
Charlotte Iti.lmmona, Clerk ? \ blot out noise. Interiors luxuriously done.up
Ke..l. Turner, Inspector j in the newest and softest vinyls. I

NOW Iliad Nova,.Qrahum Luna-ford, Inspector, In.pector, _ _ _ _"v_ _ St Trade what you're driving for one of
Mildred M Vanlcek, Inspector \these, and you won't want to trade seats
I),, 11 Hl.h.r, Inapertor \ \with anybody else on the road. |
Alhtrt I. Miller, Deputy e
10LA1NU LACK: \Spirit-Nextt t Chevelle. The beautifully! .
1963 Pontiac Bonneville (air) 3495 3295 Wire. ,MOT :'10. a HUEHOUSE \in-between size car that combines small
.Sylvia' M. Hill, Clerk : !car handling oomph with biz car comfort. .
Kr.ld 1), (lauldlnsIn.p.ctor Eleven different models that you can
Th.ltnn Ftther y 1>. 'Kiwis irwlK.' ,, Inapnctor Inspector v equip: with just aboutoption anextracost
(ollv L Hampton, limprctor 1 ---" + you can imagine. No place to
1962 Chev. 2495 2295 Th.lma A, Veomana, In.p.ctor /' w' go this summer? Get a new Chevelle-,
Impala Clyde O Hrlme, "'- I
coupe .POLLING: IUACK: CURT ,, -, __,, e '- you'll think of something.
uuusm Economy-Chevy II-the car that
'RF'C'I' '
N0. d -
Huby A, (Crawford Clark takes to Inexpensive vacations naturally -,
1195 Mary Iv, Murray In.poctor It just goes and goes, and where
1961 Chev.4-dr. ( ) 1495 Dor I. C Vaughn Inspector I $ It
sharp Dora Danlpla, Inspector t \ I I stops nobody knows. Eight models
Ruth Ash, Deputy 4 to pick from including wagons with
1T/UJNO PLAce: OLD POSTPRFCMCT 1 4: enough room to swallow up an eight-
*0. i FHCB loot Christmas tree. (Plan ahead, we

:.1958 Chev. (stick shift) .895 795 Jackie Ralph L.K.Taylor Taylor,, In.pector Clerk S __________________ _ / \ always say.)
Kay Willie inspector Fan-Then tLore's! Corvair. The fun
Kuth H, Hull Inspector I one with the engine in the rear for
Gilbert I'OILING Taylor PLACa. Deputy: rk1DA unbelievable traction. Spring mud,
350 t'OMMlJNITf CENTER summer sand,winter snow-nothing

,' 1956 Chev. (stick shift) 450 PRF."I'IIrT l'dna 1i.1I.: H.Wilkinson Bryan 110.' S,,CI.rk In.p..eto stops Corvette.it. The enthusiast's car.

"ann Stanford, Inspector, Sting' Ray Sport Coupe and Con,
r Irl. At, 1I.lhe.. Inspector vertible. Still America's only true
T, M. Reynolds. Innpertor I
.' 295 Paul >mrlch sports can. They do for your driving -
1954 Chev. (stick shift) 395 IOU.INU !'LAUlr NN 111II'Rt'lIItr i=. I what holidays do for kids.
: : ...o. ; Ry/tllo6NC0/ : .TT '.. : Performance-And with any new,
Addle C Mill.. Clerk !' Chevrolet you choose, you can
flrac Mildred It..tor. In.Doctor, pick from a wide range of standard -
295 < Wheeler Inspector

1956 Cadillac 4-dr. (Exgood) 395 I.Iav.da Naomi.. Rlonakrr'l'annar Inspector In.p.clu or extra. -coat high performanceenginea.
,, Either whether you've
;, Erela. ,I IlIi.tA, ..ruT1': HAW. 1 Cot some way place special to go.,
I'Ht'III'T: : Roe.
295 Maple Hilton a Clerk \ this summer or not, when

1958 Ford V8 stick 395 Grady O.Oolll.... Toblaa.Orla Moody wall, In.peclor inspector In.pector EEEEEEEE1 you one of trade Chevrolet' for _

Use Credit Card for all needs! Arthur Mathla In.p.ctor s five
C r. your your car 1-UIXlNU Frank IHxon l-UACt Deputy: MASONIC great highway per-- lADE1f1RAlilformers

i : tJul. ON.al Clark you'll travel!
lola ...oob.. Inspector
"Chuck" Wells Motor Co. Inc. Edna: Ounn. In.pector THE GREAT HIGHWAY
Clara Waironer, PERFORMERS- shown
Dora L*. Bolch.r,In.peetor inspector -- Non Super Sport)top to bottom: Corvette Sting :Ray Cornlr Monsa Spyder, Ch"n
L. L Lowe, Deputy Coupe Cbel1e_ AfJllbu Super Sport Chevrolet Impala Super gpoK-
Authorized Sales Service Parts lOLUNU 1UACK: KriXT: ..111"Chuck"
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Minnie. Archl., ln.D
IJanle" hi, Muk. In.pVctor
Catherln.I Mall I Inipector Wells Motor Co. Inc.
: Phone YU 2-4501 Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston J.mea I.ona. Deputy


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