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 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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'Navigation district ,

"Dedicated to the advancement' of HeM,., County and America't Sweetest Town"

proposal is killed VOLUME 3? NUMBER 21 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 91, 1984 Return Postage Guaranteed See. 1484, PJt Subscription $4.00IU

...Okeechobee Waterway N.atiOn .- learned that the work order had bridge (for a 90 Instead of an Large crowd Doug Pearcy : :
been held In Tallahassee enjoys
1 District, proposed by up 80-foot span) was made, Frank
Waterways Assocta- til after the meeting In Stuart. Wacha, Martin county; commission Burns-High and
!hi Florida Okeechobee Water- Palm Beach county; commlsaloner chairman said "W have dies Sunday
t Ana>> and tssodaton the apparentlymeeting did not attend the Stuart. plenty of bridge problems of hospital observance .

cal, a-bornln FridaY .t\erI1\ died were quick to point time
to sell
prelimlnal'7 Martin county on Over 500) resident availed "sonnel conducting the unexpectedly at hi* home In
I out that the bulk of the expense the need for helping groups
Hendry themselves of the to and dewiston Sunday afternoon Although -
opportunity answering
S nnrt of any navigation! district expenses County' build a bridge"Representing questions. LovvornHedgesrunoff
and OkeechobeeWaterway would fall on Palm Beach visit Heodry General! Hospital Following the tour, refreshmeDts \ not In robust health In ;
'11Ie florida AssoclatIoDI planned at the largest county; in the district at the meeting Hendry were Commission county Sunday at an open house In observance of punch, coffee cake, recent months he had been In
usual food spirits when he
formafivecounty of National Hospital cookies, mints and nuts were
discus of the 5 counties, and the 1
to chairman Harvard S. Parkinson
meeting lunched with friend at nOon
:lie Week. served to the visitor
(Palm with least to the Okee-
of a exposure and commissioners Sunday A couple of hours later
ta1II Brach, Martin, Glades. Hendry chobee Waterway Luther Jones, Campbell E. Nail and Gratton The number, by far, exceeded Billy Doane provided organ a friend called at his home
district Belle Glades publisher laidPalm music in the waiting during j jA

Navigation George room
and tee) previous open house and was and found he had passed away Tuesday
authority. Beach county; would have beyond the of the the afternoon for the enjoyment
pith tasint! J. R. Sprstt. representative- expectation Mr. Pearcy was born In Nash-
Up for immediate discussion to pay 1206,000 on a I/I mill nominee, attended\ with Joe directors and staff, according to of the visitors, vile Term, on March 3, 1912.

ns a proposal that the then new tax for the navigation district's P e e pl. I, representative of Mrs. Anna Mae Jones, admin .Among the notable guest He was a graduate of Brown
could Glades'
diStrict! If formed operation while share Glades county, and S. C. Fry istrator. were John R. Lang, University\ and held a PhD de-
for a .90-foot would be 11,000, Hendry', *4.- representing western .
de funds dewiston tree. He served In the U.s. light turnout Ia 1 expected at the precincts.In
vice-president of the The tour Included everyphase J. Edwin Larsen Mr.
Denaud overMuch 000, Martin' $23,000 and Lee', ; the for second the governor' election, the
at, Fort Okeechobee Waterway Association of the hospital from the Thorn, a former office managerof Army In World War n from polls the primary
the Okeechobee Water- 33000. June II, 1943 to January 29, election next Tuesday, comparedto Hayden Burns and Robert King
:! was present in that capacity reception! room to the emergency the hospital and her pus
11 Association has waged atter When the proposal that the ; room with hospital per., band; of Birmingham; Vern 194J, and served again In the the 74 per cent vote in the High, who ran third and fourthIn
with Hendry coun- first primary May 5th. However Hendry County. are seeking
fight new district,, U formed pay the Johnson, hospital architect of Korean conflict from September
Till ran Into two tuned difference cost of the Denaud Miami and Donald Smith 11, 1950 to July 30, 132. the keen Interest In the votes which went elsewhere in '
majs.-other counties were architect governor'* race and In} the local the first primary Scott Kelly
,Ie Interested\ in paying for aoge Services for also of Miami. During his military icrvlce tax collector's race will bring carried Hendry the first primary -

in Hendry county. and Damon critical today Resident assisting the hospital he was awarded the World War in a larger than usual second with (96 votes; Dickinson .

]law under which the districtMBU staff\ with various duties H Victory Medal the Philippine primary vote. ran second with 757; Burn
operate limited Its ex- after surgery Include Mil Margaret Morgan Liberation Medal and the Asia- The only county-wide; local third with 477 and High fourth

lures to rlghtsway.. and Mrs. Lloyd WIn of Moore tie Pacific Theatre MedalIn race en the ticket i* that for with 468. Mathews and Kart
Hendry county commissioner Ralph E. Damon, printer-op Glenn E. Ethertonand Haven; Mrs Charles A. Butch- his civilian life he was tax collector where C. J. Lov- finished In that order.
Chair. erator for The dewiston News very active In veteran affairs, The Democratic Executive
arned of the move when art Mri. John Kettl>Mrs. Robert vorn lead a field of five candidates -
ma H. S. Parkinson of Fortjewud i* In critical condition at St. Kelly, Mrs Gene Wilson, and served a* Hendry County; In the first primary, and Committee of the county; will
Inquired of the State :Mary's Hospital West Palm dewiston lost one of its plo a physician was summoned Mrs. R. W. Jones, Mr. Harry Veteran Service officer for 10 enter a runoff) with T. E. Hedge use a loud-speaker on election:
laid Department the reason Beach following surgery last neer businessmen in the unexpected Monday afternoon, and his death Vaughn Jr.. Mr. Edward Me- year, He wa voted life membership *. day to help remind voters togo
the\ delay in start of conwtton Thursday. He was placed on the death of Glenn Edward occurred a few hours later. Conville, Mr. Dave Pattison, In the Hawklns-Klrk- to the polls and vote. The

for which contract ha*. has made some slight gains In the age of 56. Mr. Etherton hada Herring minds but had lived Shupe, Mrs. T. H. Jones, Jr., Foreign Wars, and was a member candidate for Tax Collector. count should be learned early
rfp let for some time. He his condition since that time. heart condition, but had not In the Moore Haven and Clew Mr. Fred flukes, Mr*. John Cor. of the Cootie, the VTW Loworn was 101 vote ahead of In the evening.The .
n been in ill health, and had continued Won area for many ;years. His bin, Mn. W. C Bo-well Mrs. honor organization. He was a Hedges, who was 44 votes aheadof Democrat and the Republicans .
his business activities on father, the later H. Etherton, Robert Byrd and Mrs. Barney member of the American Legion J. O. Davidson Jr. R. L. will chose their con. ,
Farm Bureau membership dinner Monday. He became slightly illSugarland's established the Sugarland Service Barren of LaBelle, Mr. Dan and of the Civil Air Patrol. Yeoman, Jr., wa only 108 ventlon delegates In this election
Station and Glenn wa associated McCarthy Mrs. Fred Baker Survivor are a son Thomas vote behind Davidson, and also The Democrats have a
I with him In its opera- Mn. E. E. Edwards, Mrs. Joe U Feircy of Norfolk, V*. anda Hudson Graham ran fifth In group pledged to Lyndon B. ", 'I I i

attended by largest crowd in history bull tion In the late 1920'. He subsequently Sexton, Mrs. Gene Hough Mrs. daughter, Debbie Jo Pearcy the field. Johnson and a group of unpled- '
took over the busU Johnle Jackson Mrs. Tish of Clewlston and a atepson, J. Loworn'i strength was In the gad delegate One vote i* used ;

tops competition ness, added an automobile dealership Blount, Mr. Charles Foy, Mr. T. Lindsay of Miami and two eastern precinct, Hed,,,' In for the entire group. : : l, b

)Members of! the Hendry Coun- representative and tail wife who Manso 48 Brahman and operated the oldest J. ,E. White and Mrs Duncan grandchildren.
from Scoring to attend Sugarland'i a dewiston business establish Graveside services were conducted
their fam- came
Bureau and ; Murrow.
rarm and guests, some 350:! the event. Mr. Collln Is chief bull owned by Sugarland ment which remained in Its or Wednesday afternoon Commencement week opens with :
a Ranch dewiston is the top
gathered at the Qty; liaison between the Hendry iginal location. with full military honors by the I
roil LaBelle Saturday eve- County Bureau and the state point winner among all Brahman Mr. Etherton has served as Miss .Judy Vann of Stetson Veteran of Foreign War Post, :
ark In
.nc for> the annual summer federation. bulls in the state In me city; commissioner and a* county University. spent the weekend and Interment was In Rldgelawn Baccalaureate service Sunday :1
of the 1963-64 livestock -
embership barbecue. It was Guy EUsbury' salad table offered competition commissioner. He has been, with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Cemetery E i' I
Je largest such gathering In "fresh from the field" tomatoes show sesson. a member of the board of the' Abner H. Vann.Sugar. Pattison Funeral Home was In Baccalaureate service Sunday David Denslow. First Methodist '
history of the local! Bureau onions, celery and radishes A certificate of award was Everglades Tire Co.t:u!Districtfor : charge. night will open Commencement Church Rev. Henry H Ford. : I
!id wit reported a* one of the and other relishes, attractively presented to Sidney L. Crochet many years. He 1 la a mem- Week at dewiston High Presbyterian Church the !,
wt enjoyable. arranged on a bed of representing! VS. Sugar Corporation ber of the First Baptist Churchof School, and will begin the festivities Rev. Clark Dorman of St.dM .'

There WM no formal program crushed ice, and served with a owner of Sugarland Moore Haven and is a charter firnacreage is 65 and exercise which tin' Episcopal Church, _I .1 I
event being entirely one of choice of homemade dressing, Ranch at the recent member of Sugarland LodgeNo. urge climax the 12 year of public Class Night
Qnrship and visiting between Barbecued chicken and pork Short Course at Gainesville.The 281, of the Masonic order) school! for 54 members of the. The presentation of awards I

alias and friends. A, special were prepared by' a Bureau certificate Butt: Brahman stated that 1963-the he Ja a charter member of the all otments class wm be the high-light of the das i
at tu Charlie Collins, Flor- committee under direction of "Premier 48 dewiston Elk Ledge, No. 1153.' ; The baccalaureate will be Night exercise on Tuesday eve j
Manso -
i Firm Bureau Federation Otto Larsen and J. L. RImes, 64 1* Sugarland' Survivor are hill wife, Mrs. held at. the First Baptist Churchat ning. May 26th In the School '. ,
chief cooks. Buttered oorn and Sugarland Ranch, "based on Mary Bush Etherton, a son, Representatives of all operating acre planted in seed cane at S p.m. and several minister Gymnatorium. The das History i' I'' (
swamp cabbage were also prepared computation of point William Malcolm, two daughter sugar mills In Florida took the present time and 30,000 of the community will take part and Prophecy will be given I

T Trailways closes in the open, the "cover- *, Mr. Glenda Sue Judd and a strong position that a return acre pledged to grow cane for The sermon will be delivered and the customary "gifts" I
ed dishes" of vegetables and Miss Beverly Gayle Etherton, to acreage: allotments for the processing In a proposed mIlL the by Rev. Clark H. Dormanof will be distributed by two of I
desserts brought by the wives Tiger all-sports all of Clewlston. his mother, 1963! sugarcane crop II 1 necessary Among those from Florida attending 6t M art l In' s Episcopal the Seniors to each of their, I:I
freight station of members completed the Mr*. Minnie Etherton, of Moore when they appeared at a U. S. the meeting were H. T. Church. classmate I
bountiful picnic menu. Haven, and a granddaughter. Department of Agriculture hearing Vaughn president, John B. Boy, The seniors will appear In the The; American Legion award r,
Directors' wives were In banquet FridayThe Funeral services will be conducted on this subject) In New Or- H. T. Vaughn Jr. and Atwood traditional caps and gown a* will be presented by Commander '
Timiami Frelghtwayi ha din charge of serving. at 10:30 this morning lean. Tuesday. Dunwody. attorney of the U.s. they! march In the processionaland Kenneth Walker and the Kl I

atrnued its Clewlston office The weather was very pleasant annual! dewiston Tiger PaUlson Funeral Chapel dew- ,John B. Boy executive vice Sugar Corp; R. W. Bishop, More recessional which will be wants Awards by vice-president I
it ill freight handled by that and aQ who attended voted "All-sport banquet will be Islam with Rev. Henry H. Ford president of U. S. Sugar Corporation 1. Bishop, Dave dick and Dick playedby; Mr. Maurice Fletcher S. H. Stalls, Principal JamesE. I
n is received and dispatched: the dinner as one of the*most held tomorrow night at the pastor of the Community, Presbyterian acted a* spokesman! for J Johnson growers; Roger L. organist amid Mrs. Donald Brandon will present the
un the Belle Glade station successful in the ares.Sappington Glades Restaurant, accordingto Church officiating. Interment the Florida processors and grow. Weeks of Glade County, Sugar Stiles, pianist academic and school award '
Hoe Amos Way i II freight Coach Joe Bundy. will be in Rldgelawn en. The presentation of the Grower Cooperative; George An organ and piano duet by Graduation Exereieee '.

wt Charlie McKlnney, coach of Cemetery with the Masonic present processor and growers Wedgeworth, Bob Apelgren, Miss Cheryl Lee and Miss Chris Graduation exercise will beheld [1
fit change to handle C awls resign the Zephyrhills State das B lodge in charge of graveside 'ass strongly! In favor of proportionate Billy Rogers, BruCe Jones of Kelly, members of the data on Friday evening May : I
freight from Belle Glade in- !basketball champions will be otter Fattison Funeral! Home is chare for the IMS the Belle Glade Cooperative; and an anthem by the Sugar- 29th at eight o'clock: in the f t
4 of a local office has been from police forceChief In charge The land Singers will be musical School Gymnatorlurn. I r
the guest speaker. crop. ( 1904'erop is not restricted George Salley, attorney representing I
the making for months and Among the awards to be presented ). Okeelanta and Osceola; feature of the program Miss Phyllis Crouch will delivery '
u announced some time ego of pollee Wendell What will be the outstanding Pearcy Memorial Wm Chadwick of the American P. J. Berrales of South Florida Member of the dewiston. the salutatory and Miss ,
A M effective date was set. ey ha* announced the acceptance Senior athletic award; outstanding -' Sugar Cane League representing Sugar; Ed Fawley of Talisman; Ministerial Association who will Chris Kelly the valedictory. ad- ;, i
**<*obee freight has been of the resignation of assistant athlete lit Usietbatt, Complying with the request \the Louisiana processors Sam Knight of Atlantic and A. take part in the service are drew ,

unforced to the Belle,Glade police chief R. D. Sap football track and J baseball and of the late Doug Pearcy a also stated that proportionate B. Fromet of Florida Sugar Co. Rev. S. F. Beard. First Baptist Parents and friend of the L t
uko and Is apparently a a.tadoI pington effective Monday. May an unsung hero award. Letter "Doug Pearey Library Memorial share must be Imposed for the The hearing was conducted Church, Rev. James F. Kim- senior are cordially: invited to
)' arrangement 1$. and sweaters will also be presented Fund" is available for friend 19GI crop. by Tom Murphy, an official of brel. Assembly of God; Rev. attend these exercises.OWAbrings25Oto. ,
M Drake, who has been to- Sappington's resignation was Bundy laid. who wish to make a memorial Some new grower, particular the sugar section: of the U. S. r I
,agent for Trailways will based on personal reason and contribution in hi* name. the; Immokalee Sugar Grower Department of Agriculture.
\w with the company in his plan for the future are Indefinite and Mr. Frank Sparling Dr. L. M. Weetman baa consented Cooperative Association represented Approximately 100 person
area capacity Mr*. Drake at the presentA Mr. daughters Terri and Cherylof to accept the contributions by Norman Herren and were in attendance. The hearing ) ,
continue to assist a* agent number of applicants are and Miami spent the weekend to this fund, and to deliver Tom Treadwell urged that no was comparatlveluy brief, I
I*It railways bus ttatlon. being considered and a new officer parents, them to the library for acreage restrictions be Imposed.The opening at 10 and dosing at
there has been no changv in : win be appointed in the with Mrs. Sparling' Mr. Fearcy. Immokalee has 2,000 1:13.
Moore. use II requested by group
*bus Mr. and Mrs. W. Clewis ton FridayThe : i
gled service, either, and in none 1 11 an near future, Whaley said. I
passenger -
l we or In the bus express made in schoolsOlipbant. 1964 Okeechobee Water Commerce set up Information I
*rtke for parcels. These win Teacher appointments are way boatacade brought some booth at the Wayside Park ;;

enue to be handled at the 230 visitors to dewiston overnight where rest rooms and hot show ft.
relates office, as In the pest.11M Saturday on the largest f

!!Iht 011I1 change is the large Patricia Perry (mud W. G. Perry, Ernest absence In whose place Eva vary Edith MagiU and John OWA boatacade to date. One (Continued ea Pap light> ) y I
shipments. "Actual: Miss Barbera Francisco has ette Estep William E. R. Radish Kenneth Walker, Tlsdale! and Laverne Welter Doings. Brungard was given hundred !boats checked hi and }
'a Ir\Il\. give ClewUton better resigned from the faculty: ; of the pass DTE Clifford tests L.). Hunt May Helen Weetman, Jack Willis and 'were teaching this year, will a year's leave of absence to filled the canals and marina Teach your children ;

said Drake "since Oewiston Elementary School. Perry, Dura Under- Mildred Yates.Appointed return to their duties next year, attend graduate school! to capacity.; I
V"'I shipments wm be Miss Francisco: ha* taught Into line Betty Fry to continuing contracts and for this reason the namesof Placed under continuing contract The waterfront at dewiston traffic safety l
*** one lets time under school for several years, wood and Sonja Sander annual were Margaret A.. Bare, Eva Tlsdale and Laverne were Pauline Hull and took on almost a Mardi Gras I ,
sew arrangement than unIt and will be greatly missed in New appointments elementary on Frank R. Gentry and Jacquelyn Walter were not Included in Betty Z.; Miller. Appointed on appear with the 100 boats twIn ," "
tile the
old. should result in the community; for she has taken contract at Marcla Elizabeth B. Gentry. the reappolntment annual contract, subject to the marina and every available I ,f
:ell ImPl'Oved service to Clew aa active: part in church school were Osborn. Eth- Appointed on annual contractat Continuing contract appoint- meeting certificate requirements space In the canals to I.:
krfO*!troB The dewiston work during her stay here. McGregor. Sheila Edison Clewlston High School were logs were given, aabJect to were Loretta Ward, capacity; I
O. number for fretih'IIIIIioIa At a special meeting to consider leen Barwick. and Part Ellse Ayte (must pas Will), proper certification of each (must pas NTE). June Smith, It wa a ',ay. good-natured' NELP i .
It yu 2-5Z31., teacher appointments \the Hopkins. resigns Joseph Bundy, Enid (Crockard: teacher to Vivian Randolph, Bessie Burchard, William Burns, crowd of boating! enthusiastswho ,
board accepted Miss Francis The board accepted James E.Brsndont Ernest Hill Janice Hill. Robert Willie Falrley. Bertha\ OlIO, Elizabeth Ana Fox,. Louise had made the trip from YOUR
co's resignation'from her continuing tons o( Principal L. Pape. Roger and Jack L. Scott. Gwepdolyn Harris. Charles Barrows ScarceQa. Peggy Benson, WU- Stuart that day They were royally 11 I :,
Delozier land contract, and made other and Richard instructor James Buchanan who taughtat Wlnona Davis, Lout Hen Ham Davis Blllie R. Davies, entertained at the Elk .
appointment OA the basis of vocational agriculture dewiiton Elementary School demon and Johnny Morgan. Mary Marcus, M.ry.1o Zehnt- Lodge with bountiful and popular
>io5> in elands nomination of principal and ,'at the close! of Pape the is on this year was appointed on annual Willie J. Scott wa appointed ner. George Stinnett! and Tom Everglade dinner followed -
$3 recommendations of the superintendent school year. Mr. contract at dewiston High on annual contract subject to Dow. by a briefing on the aext
..DeLozier, a reeent "aeS- personal leave previously School. passing the DTE test Freddie Appointed on annual contract day* trip and an evening of f
ie .. the Un1vers1t of Flor- Recognized- a* satisfactory on In order that he might accept Recognized as satisfactory on Jones was reappolnUd on annual were Joann Patterson, Clarice dancing ,in the Lodger :, :
ilia i Sail Juao Puerto Rico continuing contract at the dewiston another position. continuing contract at Harlem contract subject to obtaining Fterson! and Betty Hughe Mayor Tom Jones wa on SAf PASaD
Ie le It tlDploYed to tomconsidered: Elementary: school were The superintendent reported Martha Academy were Teretha Sanders, a valid teaching certificate The superintendent assigned hand to extend the official wel- Y
work by the Mary Lois Lee. Clara Whaley. that Samuel Thompson.Baker art Bernlta Bobo, Mantle McCray, and he wa given personal leave to General Supervisor Hornsby come of the dty to the Boata- 1
7tleptooe and Telegraph Marie ,Peers Louise Hare Elisabeth : Roberts, and Bobby High Mable Black. Aeolian Thomas, for one year for further study. the responsibility; of obtainingnew caders, but no formal program :
:111. His job Bowden. Ludle Jordan not returning to dewiston Daisy HIH. Lugenla Smith. Howard LaBelle teacher recognized teacher and a new supervising was planned. The visitor fanned

bracket of those ava .. Kar7 Baker and Marguerite School next year.Becognlxed McKirc Florida Bryant continuing contract were Annie principal\ for dewiston out over' the city; to spendthe City of Clewiston
b Caduatng studenU Homsby. s* sstlsfactorTt"continuing Cath- and Sylvester Humphrey.It Ruth Howard Compton Public School, his nomination night in motels and hotels, ,''I
It tbe IOD ol MrL Appointed on annual contract contract were was reported that the two Cummings, J. D. H a g h e., to be submitted to the superintendent and some stayed; on their boat
DeLoZIer certificate erine Brown.. Sammle Dunaway teachers leave of James1 CuUigaa. Harless McGU-\ for recommendation. The dewiston Chamber of Police Department "
of CIewta- each subject requirements to meeting were Jean- Harold Estep, Burea. Hall] Sara on one year i .3' t''


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,. Two THE CLEWISTON NEW! Qepdatos, na. was found floating In a roadside High School were Betty Splcer, M
I Thursday, May 21, 1984 canal TuesdayDoug Mary Louise Oglesby, Richard I,
Van Bush, Bob Hare
Sonny Bestor
!Pearcy found at his
burn Moore, Mae Lily Stone When see this
home Sunday, was widely known you
THE CLEWISTON NEWS and Louise Waldron
for his activity with veteran
finances revealed
of state
directors and staff of and former vets A survey
as servIce
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston groups that 63% of all revenue
Hendry General were pleasedas officer Though he had
Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. of the state in the 12 months
punch with the overwhelm been in ill health for several
Entered as Second close Matter February 1, 1927, at the log number of visitors at Open years he had continued to ending June 30, 1933 were from
Post Office In Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of House Sunday. The tours have boost his service organization, gasoline and automobile taxes

March 3, 1879. grown from the original 20 minutes Glenn Etherton was one of the bI
to a jammed packed 43 real pioneers of Clewlaton and TWENTY YEARS AGO
QRIDq NATIONAl lOITOMAtSubscription minutes of impressive and educational was the oldest automotive dealer (From Clewbton News
: T looking by years Always with a smile May 19, 1944))
F; .: : -ES- and a joke, "{at" held his own The U.S. Sugar Corporation
fj'c, Ls ACM 1 This governor's race leaves In all coffee-cup sessions and launched a big cattle feeding

N nuMels 14 Rate. ____ 14.00 per year a great deal to be desired in on the day of his death bad project to experiment and demonstrate MAyou'll
c: 0 (Return Postage Guaranteed) the level it has reached. spearheaded a lively hour with the use of black strap
i I 1964 A man claiming qualificationsby his friends at the Glades. He molasses as a cattle feed. A
gTioN BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher ]looking at another man's Income served on the city commissionand herd of 30 purebred Aberdeen
S. H. STALLS Managing Editor tax: return is obtuse. continually boosted Cew- cattle was bought The I
r Telephone: business and Editorial, YUkon 3.1201 Equally unappealing to the area iston and the area. He-win be corporation Angus planned to buy
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves voters Is Mayor Bob High's greatly missed by his many Hereford and other herds later.
i- the right to reject any objectional advertisement! blitz at reapportionment and friends. Dale Snodgrass was named be glad you bought a Plymouth
i elicited THD manu.orlpta NEWS: tMtimM or photograph.no raaponalbllltjr for the return of un redistribution of gas tax, both -SS- herdsman. !

THE NEWS aaaum no financial r..pon.lblllt would contribute to the downfall Reverting to politics oner RAF officers from the
,I raphlcnl errors or oommlMloni In adYrtlnn but If notrr..ct. Five Plymouth's engine and drive train
: ouch trrora bafora tha next Uaua ..., will reprint corotly of smaller counties He has again 111 bet a coke that Empire Central Flying TrainIng warranty
: that" part or the tfnt'hf: :.. tb..rror occurred to realize that without the the will wait little visited,
computers in
a England
School has
26,000 to
III the event a time alctnant would ranricr the correction value.I. of the smaller more go.
..., the New. will reclure the price of the advertisement by an advancement longer before deciding the elec Clewlston in their work of coordinating
.amount o. equI'om'tuct' to copy the p.ro.ntl.e repr..ntect.of the total apsee a. the error..cue counties: and, tourist their would road have improvements ton results Tuesday night schools training in all RAB'tlylnl Ford and Chevrolet warranties on these parts end here

been unable to reach the Miami
and Margaret
Rachel Miner
A Crack in Homestead Exemption DoorCity tourist mecca. The block vote of von Mach spent two weeks visiting
groups is distasteful too.
Burns on the other hand ape I It's History Now in Detroit If you keep your new Plymouth for ranty. If you trade It earlier, you'll'
and county officials who have struggled with financial
parantly has been ao busy campaigning 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever have a car which should be
problems since the Homestead Exemption law went much
that he has let. the THIRTY YEARS AGO TEN YEARS AGO comes first, you'll be protected all more attractive the
Into affect years ago found a glimmer of hope In the situation "bome front" get cluttered with New on used car
(From Clewlaton
as the result of the May 5th primary. On that day race and police discord In the (From Clewbton News Hay 20, 1954)) that time by this remarkable warmarket.. Either way you're far ahead

Sarasota county voters approved the placing of a referendum hustle, he also made a grave Mar 18 1134)) Freeholders In Clewlston approved -

on the November ballot to permit assessment in Sarasota mistake in assuming endorsement Gloria Hendry's 10th birthdaywas a $90,000 bond issue for warrants HERTS for HOW a years PIYOUTH'or 60.OOO ITRONOSO mllm,whfchavar WARRANTY comaa Drat,PROTECTS afalnat detects YOU I In Oimfer matarlaliiind CorPG<; ii_,
county for school surposes only, on the) first $2.000 of of noted public officials celebrated with a party. street paving fnanahlp and will raplaca or r.p.lr.1 a Chryalar Motors Corporation/ Authoring Dailar. Plo.eye
Sheriff H I.. Delaney added butlnau,the angina block hud and Internal part, intake manifold, water pump nnomlillon V..N
denied such be-
I valuation of home. Previous to this time, though who quickly .
every fire
reward fund A 41 year-old LaFrance and" internal parts(excluding manual' dutch torque convartor. drive shaft unlvanial. ,
\ $25 to the set up joints rear
everyone agreed that the Homestead Exemption was creating cause of their own political truck was offered for sale by> and dlltarantlal,and rear wh..1 baarlnai of Hi 1964 automobUw. provMad the owns has the cue,
stakes Burns has spoken favorably by Sheriff Hi Lawrence of Palm oil changed every a months or 4,000 miles,whichever come first the at flttar InSI""
terrific hardship In the of cities and rePlec.dIY
a old
economy counties lICOn'
Beach county for the capture of the City of LaBelle. The ell Chang and tha carburetor skitter elaanad every 6 month and raplaead ovary 2 .
\ leaders felt that it could never be altered because any of continuing the present John Dllllnger "dead alive" truck, with wooden spoke 6 month fumlibot to suih I dialar avidanca$ performance of the required acrvlca yawn. and and Ivory.
move to reduce or eliminate the exemption would lack public apportionment He has with MINOR his Mrs F. L. Williamson or of New wheels and other equipment of the dealer to Codify((1)receIpt of such evidence and(2)the car's than currant, mltoaga. rnwM.

supportIf changes to build proven York wa>|( honored at a tea the same vintage, was consId- what this
Imagine to
ability can mean resale value!
voters of the state approve the law, Sarasota county candidates given by Mrs E. L. Stewart and ered quite a'collectors item.
Of the two running
property owners, in the future will pay a tax on the first it will be well to considerthe Mrs F M. Wright at the Stewart Miss Evelyn Lee of the was Businessand installed -
as president
$2,000 of valuation of their homes: they will be Homestead overall qualifications and borne Professional Womans Club
Exempt for the next $5.000 of valuation,-this for school purposes prospects for the future of our Herman Stanley and Mary and Mrs. Madeleine Martin was
Louise Godwin married In
only. But since schools get the biggest share of the area and support Haydon Burns, LaBelle. Judge were H. A. Rider per- named the club most valuable BECK MOTORSHighway
I tax dollar the result will be far-reaching.This less we become Involved In the formed the ceremony. member.
will to the of schools Metro Hassle
come rescue in areas of
A 3.58 inch rain, following a The Rainbow Girls Installed
rapid growth. Take our own locality for example A vacant -SS- 1.89 rain the previous day :Mary Anne Harrell as worthy
and San Benito Street
block returns taxes to the city and county. When it is Sudden death of two well brought the tomato harvest to a advisor and entertained Mrs Clewiston, Fla.
sold to residents who build homes and move there the city, known men rocked dewlston on sudden end.Graduating. Leta McMinn, Hollywood supreme
..... county and schools must provide many more services, such successive days Sunday and from Cewiston deputy for Florida
as streets, street lights, police protection, etc; schools must :Monday and a Tampa Negro

sometimes build morel classrooms and employ more teachers

because of the additional residents. Meanwhile the 'v' C--. ,
homes are tax-exempt, or almost so. While the demandfor
Did You Know?
public funds to be spent is Increased the amount of
taxes received from this block is greatly reduced

Homestead Exemption may not' be quite the sacredcow You can get
we have believed it to be. If a change can be madein

Sarasota county (and if Sarasota county wants it, we Bar-B-Q to GO!
think they should have 10), it can be made In other counties
where there is great read.


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:/ Expansion and proper maintenance of state parks >Promotion I I
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'I *Concerted state attention to needs of) our senior Repeal of
citizens. inventory and'intangible taxes.

,< 'Florida state government purchases to be made

*A vigorous program of conservation, development from Florida businesses.

i i k anti preservation of fish, game and wild life. Elimination of
unnecessary boards and bureaus.

*Do lopment of new industry and ,improvement; A return of governing,authority and responsibilities -

I L of the tax climate for all business, both old to officials elected by the people.
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physical education inning making the victory knot Fla THE CLEWJSTON NEWS Prgu, Three
\ program builds strong bodies even tighter Thursday, May 21, 198t _
Ryder Truck 143 000 a 10 11 i
Corbln'l Sup. 308 421 x 18 18 I
e for a base hit scoring Mike come, and should notify Eddie
two torrent physical educa- posed of weight lifting and Iso- twice a week. Dyal, who was running for Ga- Crosby or Bob Waldron. The In
; being metrics. In Thursdays ;
oro;ram for boys jnightdap lasslnl, and Devan Dyal for the diantown Restaurant wants to
n at ClewbtoDScbCI IBRb The wen rounded physical The weight lifting 1 Thrifty Drug came from behind -
CIOIIducted developer winning tanks be amply stocked for the noon ,
underufld direction of program includes top body muscles and body, while !isometrics to defeat In the bottom Parkinson of the DeptStore sixth Thrifty Drugs 403 000 0 7-10 meal, and needs to know the \
II rovln6n muscle building exercises on Increase physical strength, 9-4 Glades Gas 410 100 2 8-15 approximate number who will
which threw both
ryulsr, The program, Monday, Wednesday and Fri Bundy said. The program is not team In Mondays nlghtcsp. Cor- be on the cruise.Glades .
:;: II being copied 1 ""* day, lower back, stomach and only for athletics, but for all In Into a tie for second bin' edged out a M win overParkinson's
wblcb place the league standings.
other school, was begunbVovembcr leg conditioning on Tuesday and boys who desire to Improve their In a game that went I
rca) : of W63 and to com- Thursday with running sessions physical strength and endur- Art Thrifty Morrell was led trailing off the 4-2 bottomof when into extra Innings. Gas wins

ance. the sixth with a single, Al Corbin was one run behind
Prime Morrell fallowed with a double when they scored two in the Softball title
r' examples are little x top of the seventh to lead Par ,
sending Art to third Alberto
Mandy Morrell 1 1men's
who weighed 119 kinson's 4-3, but Parkinson'scame
DeArmas popped to third Glades Gas entry In the slow-
.. the pounds when he began taking for the first out and then Julio back for 1 run in the bot- pitch Softball league has
_Iqi training program He now t Quesada and Juan Pena singled tom of the seventh to make it cinched first place with an outstanding ,* .
tips the scales
at 142, in less tie ball
a game 10-1 record and will
-r d .
scoring Art Morrell for the
"f than six months time. Edwin tielng run making It 4-4 Then In the top of the eighth, be the odds-on favorite to win :
: Cato is another example t>f back to back homers by Jimmy
the tournament next week.
body building EDWIN CATO PRESSES 16S pound from the bench during ball game. With the winningrun -'liJ
exercises. McDuffy and Ronnie Roblsonproved The league play-offs will beheld
a recent workout school. on third base, Bias Rod. .
Charts kept by the boys, who gigues hit a ground ball to Ken to be backbreaking forParkinson' on Monday and Thursday N '
.7tN' work out under the Dixon the shortstop who threwto as Corbln's pitcher nights, May 25-28, with the top I '
supervision Edwin Cato's record: a planned schedule and under Pat retired the side '
nw four teams in the league competing i'
of Bundy Erg Hill and Buren Weight .................... 160 200 the supervision of a coach. The first but Felton Ricks failed without a hit to end the game. In the single elimination .,'
Hall, present almost unbelleve- Leg press ............ 200 725 equipment has been donated by to step on the bag and the Corbln's .......002 000 23 6-10 tourney .\
able gains In weight and Bench press ............. 95 165 various Individuals and at no runner was called safe while Parkinson' 020 100 10 4-12 Pairings by Woody Csrruth
strength. The Increase in weight 50 yd. dash .......... 72 U expense to the school. Quesada made a bee line for r
is not in excessive fat, but infirm home plate to score the winning ers, director pit Thrifty Drugvs.
muscles Bundy said Virtually all of the boys who The training has been enthusiastically run. Three hits and three runs Parkinson at 7:00: p.m. Mon-
participate in high school sports received by the later, Parkinson's pitcher Billy Little major day, May 25: and Glades! Gas
Mandy Morrell's chart shows have created similar chart sea boys and competition Is keen Durance finally retired the side vs. Corbin at 8.30: p.m.
:'t11I1W the following gains: ords and parents have noticed for constant Improvement Bun on two fly bans to the outfield. league Losers of the semi-finals will f
../. ', \ a terrific increase in appetltles dy also noted that the Increased In the top of the seventh, groupto play at 7 p.m. on Thursday, .-
: ....._...,,..
Weight ?? 119 142 at borne physical strength and endurance Ricks and Henry Whitney led May 28 and the winners of the
MAC \E\LE LIFTS 425 pounds on the leg-squat machine Leg press .......?__ 225 650 A room has been set up in the creates a tremendous psychological off with pop files to the infield organize semi-finals will play the cham,1.
after only I month of training In the physical education Bench press _-,., 105 145 gym, whereby< the boys can advantage for the boys for the fIrst two outs Bobby pionship game at 1:30: p.m. ,
weight lifting program st CIIS. Staff Photos 50 yd. sprint ._-,. 63 58 workout at their convenience on in major sport competition. Ciddens stepped up and doubledbut dewliton recreation director Trophies will be awarded to :i'.'
Parkinson's hopes were Woody Carruthers has called an the winners at the end of the
t shortlived when John Masters organizational meeting for all championship game.
THE DIPLOMA McLendons top Men's softballBy grounded out to shortstop Ar little major league m na rlTuesd.1
night May 26. 7:30:
mando Llano for the final out
Is a symbol of achievement that gradualei Woody Carruthera of the game.Parkison's p.m. at the Youth Center.Clewlston't Little league j

ti covet, and rightly so. How much golfing couplesMr 030 010 0 4-8 entries are being .
more ihoutd we be concerned Thursday May 14: Thrifty ..........100 107 X 9-11 sanctioned by the national, association sets ,
aboutGod's for the first time thllye.r tryouts
Ryder Truck took a 24-J shelloackln
Word For In and Mrs C. L. McLendonwon Thrifty lost to Glades Gas for
these'pagll lies and the meeting is for
the from Parkinson's ;
td first place In the Husbandand a the third straight time by one All boys between the ages of
f l way of eternal life-a that called five managers to go over rules and
graduation game was after
day Wife tournament at the run Monday night when Glades 9 through 13 desiring to play little
no one will want to miss innings on account of rain. Ryder divide players among the respective t
dewlston Country Club Sunday pushed across two runs In the major league baseball this
Second place couple was Mr. had one big inning scoring bottom of the seventh to win by squads being sponsored summer are urged to attend a
"Not by works of right.oueo.gs' which ve and Mrs. Bill Baker. 9 runs on eight hits in the third an 8-7 score. by the Rotary dub\ Lions "tryout" meeting Saturday, May

1 have done, but aecerc/mj/ 'to his. mercy Tlelng for third place were but Parkinson's couldn't be In the flrat Inning it looked Club Union., Elks American Lodge, Legion Sugar Mill and 30. Each boys should bring a

i fie saved us ." Titus 3.;j Mr and Mrs Leroy Hare and stopped ss ten of the thirteen )Jlk. it would be a scoring marathon the VFW. glove and be ready to play-ball
Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Hendry. players they used got at least when both teams ex at 2:00: at the little league field, .
Community Presbyterian Church This was the first Husbandand two hits or more.Ryder ploded for 4 runs\ apiece. Then All team managers and sponsoring according to Woody Carruthers, \ t
representative are urged
407 Royal Palm Avenue lw.ts Wife event scheduled: by the Truck ,... 009 00- 9 12 Thrifty went ahead 7-5 in the to be present. A tentative 'creation.director, Ernie Hill, j
HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister local club, and 24 couples were Parkinson's .-... 37S 43-24 20 third but that seemed to be all opening date of June 15th has will be in charge of the summer
1:45: A.M. Bible School 6.00P.M.: Youth Fellowship q4 entered in the tournament In the second .,.me, Glades they could do as they went for been set by Carruthers and a program j
11:00: AJ& Worship ,_ Gas clinched the league cham only three bits the remainderof IS game schedule is anUclp.ted.Will Any, boy 'who is 12 and will !
GIADl'ATES' DAY Sermon subject "FACING LIFE" pionship by whipping Corbln's the fame.Glades be 13 on or after August 1st will
Music. ty Senior and Tenth Choirs Mandy Morrell exerciseson Supply by a score of 127. Glad scored a run in the be eligible to pT 1. '
leg-squat machine es only loss so far this season second and fourth to make it cruise to Boys who will be 13 prior to
was at the hands of Parkinson'swho a 7-8, ball game going Into the August*1st are invited to signup :,
are now tied for second bottom of the seventh. Don Ga- Indiantown SundayThe for the senior major league ...:
place with Thrifty Drugs. lasslnl reached first on aa er set up for boys 13-16 years of
I Clewiston Church Glades Gas 320 005 2-12 14 ror by' shortstop Armando Clewtnton Boat Club has age .. ,
Directory Corbln's ........011<< 002 S- 7 10 Llano, Devsn Dyal then hit a 20 boats already registered for Additional Information on both P I
Monday May 18-: fly ball to left field which was the Sunday cruise to Indian- leagues may be obtained by i I
Thrifty Drug didn't waste anytime dropped putting runners on first town, and 60 persons are exported calling Mr. Carruthers at the 4
I COMMtMTY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH as they scored 6 runs in and second. John Jackson followed to be aboard. Youth Center YU 32171. !
M7 Loyal Pslm Avenue Hooker Point 102 E. Ventura Anise the first Inning which spelled with a hot grounder to The boats will leave the rampat I
Henry H. Ford, Minister Paul Strickland, Pastor Rev Leon M. GabmreH, defeat for Corbln's ss the final third baseman Manuel Sotlllo the hurricane gate at eight ". i
1.15 a.m.-Sunday School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Interim Pastor score ended at 101. who was slow in stepping on o'clock Sunday morning. Everyone Sugarland Pharmacy

1 11.00 am.-Morning Worship. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School. Corbln's just couldn't find the third base for the force play will have lunch, Dutch
1 11.00 s.m.-Nursery in the Parish Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. right combination for gettingmen making all runners safe Then treat, at Iftdiantown Restau PIZZAYU
House. 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. 6:45: p.m.-Training Union. across the plate as they Eddie Crosby stepped up with rant.Anyone
1 00 p.m.-Westminster fellow Saturday 8.00 p.m.-Evening Service. managed only one run out ofart the bases loaded and hit aground who is interested In 2.3311 !
ship 7:00: p.m.-Youth Meeting.COMMUNITY Wednesday: total of nine hlts;,, !ball through the middle joining this cruise will be wel I

[Wednesday: t... '7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers Thrlfty's victory meant a tie '
1.30 m.-ChoIr Practice. PENTECOSTALHOLINESS Meeting. with Parkinson's for a second .of ,
CHURCH 8.00: p.in. Midweek Prayer place berth in the league" stand- I ,,

n. CHURCH Rev South J. R. Taylor Clewlstoa Pastor 8.45: p.m.-Choir Service.Practice Ings.Thrifty _600 013 0-10 12Corbin' Johnson Cars : :

Rev. Larkin Connolly 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School ._.. 001 000 0-1 9 .
1 1 00 m.-Sunday Mau. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH la the nlghtcsp. Glades Gas '
State Road 832 South
1 1,00 p.m.-Sunday Mass. 7:45: p.m.-Sund.1 Evangelistic 331 W. Oteeola Avenue added another victory to their I
|7.00 m.-Dally Weekday Mass Service. Rev. David Denslow. Pastor win column ai, they took an
Most For Your
1.00 i.-First Friday MaiL Wednesday: 9:45 a.m.-Church School easy one ever Ryder Truck 219. Transportation Money '.t:
1 100 pin-First Wednesday 7:45 Service Ryder's second best effort '
: p.m.-Prl1er 11.00: a.m.-Morning Service. It was :
each month, Catholic Friday: 6:00 p.m.Methodist Youth of the season but they were Open evenings for your leisure shopping. j I
Ladles'Altar So. 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service Fellowship. up against too strong a team
Wjr. which meant they had to settle 't r
7:30 Evening Study.
ISiturdiy: for the short end again. the Reasonable Down s
ISO NOETHSIDE MISSIONARY Thursday: Financing on spot Payments. ,. j
-Religious Instruc BAPTIST CHURCH 7.30: p.m.-Choir Practice. Glades Gas 149 Old ft-21 20R1d.r ,
tion.CBTRCH Truck 012 001 0- 9 IT ";
304 N. Francisco Street sales up 131 %! Most for this side of .
Bra Chester Johnson ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH League" Standings: transportation your money Mi I
OF CHRIS' Interim Pastor (Episcopal) W L
MftMnhOtatralAveBM 1.45: a.m.-Suuday School. 207 N. Tactile Glades Gss O 1 ami.

1.3.Sullivan, Minister 11.00: a.mv-Mornlng Worship Rev.,dark a Dorman.. Vicar ThriftyParkinson's.?,,,,,.... .-. 6 4
1bada,: 1.30: p.m.-BTC. Sunday Services 6 4 '

h. im.-Bible School 7:30: p.m. -Evening Worship 7.30: a.m.-Eir!y Eucharist CorbIn' r....... .-,- I T I
[";" am.Worship.1:49mWorship. Wednesday: 10:30: m.-FsmlIy Service aad Ryder Truck --:.-- 0 IG 1960 Falcon Wagon straight stick, very-clean $695
: 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. Church School.

Fly: Saints and Holy Days as an (Omitted lilt week) 1959 2-dr ht rh air $495
Mercury pb factory
I': paw-Midweek devotions CHURCH OP GOD nounced. In Thursdays first game Ryder ps
and 312 South Fselfle Annie Confessions by appointment. couldn't] find
Blbl. Study Truck still : '
Wiri"] 's jDnrabilil' C Clump Ji-rcii,
Rev. Joe Coleman ; combination a. I
CIt'1cB OF- 10.00: a.m.-Sunday School. HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH Ills Ua 5 lit lilt I impact witlJl! the they wlnn'-ten victim to Corbln's 1956 Cadilac 4-dr pb ps a cream puff $595 :::

JESUS otust: 11:00: rife Morning Service. Highest 71 Supply 1810. -
AP08Touc FAITH 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor Hendry County Ryder led s-l going into the
real clean and
*> 1959 403 $395
t1ew.toaro. Wednesday t.45: m-Sundsy School. bottom of the third when Cor Peugeot economy ;
Luther Dixon Pillar bin broke loose for I runs and
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. 11:00: am. Morning Worship. Motors Inc. .
I"11.*"lA-Sundaj. School. Friday: 6.45: p.nx Training Union. couldn't: be stopped ss they add- Chev 4-dr real clean ;
|-,:-Preachlng.Meeting. 7:30: p.m.-Young People's En: 3:00 p.nL-Evenlng Worship. SifirUnd. Hwy. ClewUto ed more Insurance runs each 1958 V8 auto $595

7 1B: deavor. Wednesday:
.m.-Prayer Meeting, 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Chev 4-dr V8 clean
I 7:31: FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 1957 auto t l $495
p.m.-Yaun People's North Sngarlaad dltorlmm
B. J. Goodrich, Minister CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF ,,.
10:00: aJfe-Bible School. GOD ROUNDTHEU0CK 1956 Chev 4-dr V8 auto clean $495
215 Stwtfc Fraaebee Street I
c.u"IPTls'rmtmcu sap a.nL-Communion and
See.both Herb Higdca Oewlsfamptist Pastor 7:30 p nx-Communion Worship Service.and Sunday James: T. Klmbrel Pastor ]1955 Chef 2-dr ba 6 stick I $395 l
-Sundiy School. OTC' You bank
hs LID.-8unda1 SichooL Worship Service. 10.00: a.m p Tl V can on
n.. a.nv-Momlng
s.m.-Worship SerHce Wednesday: 11:00: Children's] Church.: our protection 1958 V8 clean
1,4 P.m- Training 7:30: p.m.-BIbI. Study. 11:00 7:30:: p.nv a.rcu-Evangellstle Service Ply Spt Cp auto very $495 I

Union.onhlp. services
l. p. Service JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Wednesday.-Chrlst's Ambassad Ford Fairlane 500 V8 rh
fir I,. : Kingdom Hall-417 W. El Paso 7:45: p.m orL1'11urada11 9 t 1957 auto cream puff $495
p.IIL-Brotberhoocl.1 R. Oabona

,: Sunday Watchtower Study. 7:30: pm.-Prsyer and Bible .,. 58 Ford 2-dr V8 stick $395 57 Ford Sta Wag V8 $395
9mr''ypur of Prayer (:.15 p.m.

l. J.m.-.cboIr: Practice: 'Thursday Tuesday Bible Ministry Study School 8.00: p.7:30pjn. :& Friday pjn.-Royal Study. Rangers tor 55 Chev Sta Wag V8 $295 55 Chev ba V8 auto $295 !

Service. Meeting 8:30: p.m. 4.00: Boys. 55 Old 98 spt cp pwr $395 55 Olds 88 4-dr ht $395 'I
important asset is
A bank' most perhaps
55 Olds 88 4-dr ht $165 55 Pont 2-dr auto V8 $295
the safety it offers to depositors.

I ::Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: 56 Buick 4dr auto pwr $195 56 Lincoln 2-dr ht $295
in safety
of our
saafl < j r Your ,valuables' are safe : one

"cndry County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's Inc. deposit e boxes 54 Pont 4-dr pb auto $295 55 Buick 2-dr ht pwr $395 ,

Motors 'STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department Store 57 Ford 6 4-dr auto $395 54 Nash 4-dr rh $145 ':: \ \h

Ken,Pin Tractor, UMI Clewiston Federal BANK O'FY CLEWISTON 53 Pont. 4-dr auto $039 52 Chev 2-dr stick $145 ''J I ; \

Co. Giddens Furniture SAVINGS LOAM ASS* FIRST ,
none l 9oi 52 Ply cream puff $195 '53 Ply 4-dr $095 "j i
Store .
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of dollars, they wasn't Harry Schick, Mrs Sandy Bell Lumber, Time Saver. Mr. Hal.,
Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Ha. UNCLE DAN FROM DEVIL'S GARDENDEAR I no millions point to overthrowing the Mrs. J. A. Rogers, Mrs O. D. manager of Clewlston Inn, U.S. Walker special M Wady b
Thursday. May 21. 1964
I Government they std dldnl Rackstraw Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Sugar Corporation, Loworn's Sponsors Tya &
have nothing. But now they was Frank Zemonek the senior room Flowers, Mri. Wilson, Mary ens, and as
EDITOR didn't know fcr shore, that and It mothers Beth Fry Jane Miller, Mr. Gen uderson
son was entirely student engineered MISTER : they Cghtlng: fer millions was you have stows ear TAy
move and planned. Students The fellers at the country the last they recollected: > they worth It It seems to me, MUter Fry Hardware, Sport Shop, try, Mrs Bare Mrs. Margaret throughout to e
used a computer to Issue IBM store Saturday night was paying was both riding in the backseat Editor, that the Congressman Royal's, Hare Lumber, Wilson Cockran. our school R
cards with a schedule! of timesso their respects to a number of I wouldn't doubt it none has got aomepun there some- "th Grade, CH S +n
that as many as four continuously item that was In the papers We got some of them kind ol pun the American people ought
college library moving human chains last week. But first oil Ed Doo. drivers out tin the country to be thinking! about
little announced he was moving roads. It could: be, it it was Investigated telling the
were kept in action at all times. Clem Webster was .........
Each Individual walked more to town said It was gtttlng too that heap of thismigration fellers about this famous
DELANO, Fla.-Stetson University than a mile, and up to five la dangerous to live on a country from ho farms to science feller named Dr. Erick
students here have challenged keeping the human conveyor road. Another teller failed to town is on account of folks is Baumer announcing' that chick
any other college or library belts In motion. make the bend In front of Ed's afraid to live along Wide a ens has a language amongst
In the world to match President J. Olli. Edmundsand house Wednesday night end ton country road no more thelrselves. Om said this fell

their new world's record for Dean Hus.h McEnlry joinedin up his front yard.It Irks Crubb reported he had er reported he had been studying

moving of library books by with pretty: coeds and men used to be, like the old say saw la the papers where Congressman chickens fer 54 years and
band students In the move which began log goes, that a teller could live Passman had discovered they had about 35 sentences One
Slightly more than 1,200 students at 8 a.m. and ran until 4 by the aide of the road and bea why they. was so many covering most of the situations! StopService'

faculty, maids, and Janitors p.m. with an hour's time out fora friend to man. Now he baa to revolutions going on oil over that comes up In the barnyard.
handcarrled 100,000 volumes barbecue lunch on the lawn. Bet some Iron posts In front of the world. Him and another' Farthermore, he claimed his
and furniture in seven hiss house and hope the Insurance Congressman had checked the hen lauguage was company don't double: his chickens all over the world,
working hours yesterday from flggers and found more heads ofstate
Johnson operatesnew rates. that a hen in Tokyo could un-
the old library to Stetson's newly and more Governmentshad
completed $1 million library. I remember a few years ago, been overthrowed since: the derstand a hen In Washington.
Dave Stacy, chairman of the businessOne Mister Editor, 'when two drunks U. S. started Its foreign aid pro I doubt, Mister Editor, the
student committee, said students tore the front porch off Rule gram than In the wbole century got any hens In Washington
did not want to be denieduse of Hendry county' new Zlnder's house. When the Judge previous According to Congressman The atmosphere Is too rare fer
of library books any longer business Is Johnson Cars, locatedon ask 'em which one was driving, Paaaman, afore we 'em. And If they had any that
SR 832 south of Clewlston,
than necessary, especially just they shook their heads and said started giving these countries could: talk, them Congressmen
adjacent to the WOWY property. would shore start making 'em
before final exams, so they
Mile E. Johnson, owner-op taxes. Of course, Judging
pitched in to move them as rapidly pay
erator of the new venture from the Bobby Baker investigation -
as possible. brought his family to Clcwlston they got a few chicks
Operation Book Lift at Stet-
in Junes.1961, when he retired around the Capitol But I 'won'tgo

after 23 years U.S. Army serv y.wreTc- ,q. ... into that item at this time. '
ice. He Is Star Route mall carrier "A.i'
Yours truly, .,
140 Acres to the Big Cypress Reservation 62,000 Uncle Dan.
Adjoining City of Okeecho- and was formerly em- ...GROVES AND RANCHES OCCUPY 'r Printing of all kinds- : .

bee.Priced ployed by Mack's Liquor Store / 21,000,000 ACRES, 60% OF 0.M4 .
to sell. He has had three years expe- THE STATE'S TOTAL LAND AREA'MOF .' I,

Frank YU Denmead 2.3421MOSI Realtor rience in as part North time Carolina auto salesman and- NEARLY 53,000,000 ACRES, 'r'+d+aw+.fAQ DeMolays plan Letterpress printing in any size or quantity. We can

Georgia, and says he pledges also handle
register forms
continuous forms
patrons the most automobile for skating partyDo for

their money possible; and buys billing machines. If it's
cars direct from dealers In Miami you like to skate? printed we can do it for you

Mr.area.Johnson Invited everyoneto Good! There's going to be a quickly and economically.

drop by and visit with him skating party on June 2nd startIng -

and see what be has to offer, at 7.30: p.m. at Sugarland
Roller Rink. Admission Is lie

home praUeOon for New corporation If you don't skate, come an- EngravingWe -
way. There will be accomoda-

IJI your Ilom.oumwePoSrad money-our Is organizedSecretary lions for dancing and Just general handle wedding announcements invitations

Contact ma today! Florida Farmers Sava.$1 A TON fun. ,
j of State Tom Adams ON FERTILIZER BECAUSE PHOSPHATE. ONE! personal business cards
The party is being sponsoredby or or any other type of
has announced engraved -
chartering \ .
Chapter .
Abner H. of a in Clew "t.
new corporation ;
COMPLETE PLANT FOOD, IS MINED IN THE of DeMolays.City stationery. .., "
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[I Vann Johnson Cars, Inc receivedthe real.. STATE AND REQUIRES MINIMUM TRANSPOR. *"? : : ,. '
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Ph. charter listing Its business -.TATION. ..:- = ,
docketCases 1i.' ..:
as auto sales. Incorporators are "
YU 25971mr James T. Dunson and Corlne ,* RubberStamps-' Y,: ? ?".
disposed of by Acting ,, ,
Dunson, Belle Glade and Mile "" ':i''l! ''''
City Judge Carlos Dickey Wednesday '
"* Johnson. Clewlston.
SARI rr1 May 13 Include dan 5-day service
t Application for charter was given on ariy kind of rubber stamp.
W bMUhanaCasaf.NlMBi A Holm, careless driving; $1500;
filed by J. David Llebman,
Bui.tin Bus James R. Cook, public drunk, Signature take little I
Homestead, Fla. stamps a longer but can be se
20 days; Thomas C Shupe, Jr., .
a.a ell careless driving causing an accident cured.

$3500; Jeptha Johnson,
N/ public drunk, 12500: ; Michael
I I r. Hoban and John W. Thompson,
soliciting without license 125: .00
each; Thomas W. Meacham, Advertisingoffered -
The STOWAWAY-ANT. public drunk 12500: Joel J.
; ......
Mitchell, wilful and wanton to through the Clewiston News. If
reckless driving, $7500; and your
Samuel Green, red
..- 75 MOSt TROUBieSCWB light, 1000. running business requires reaching the mass market this is
VENOWXI6 W66CT AEn cue TW your headquarters for a single advertisement or a

AND Of' RKTunes IS A PERIl.'Ie BIRTHS continuous campaign.

CJWPS AND Mr. and Mrs Bobby Taylor "
I NjINlAl.6. art the proud parents of a
A I aV' I daughter, who was born at "
Direct Mail ServiceThe
II Hendry General Hospital on .
S Sunday. May 17th. The baby
weighed six pounds 12 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs Danny Arthurare largest circulation in Eastern Hendry County is
9 the proud parents of a son
I who was born on Tuesday May We offer a direct mail addressing service for
/ r 19. The baby weighed seven
,. REDDttH PU6NACCU4Afn pounds five ounces, and has printed literature.
In Florida. iweeNcxw TO SOUTH every home in Clewistonand
.. AMERICA IS BELIEVED IDENTSB HAl teen named Leslie Allen, to
r 1 PTOCOUMTHVA8OUt honor his two grandfathers, Leslie rural
...S. '- me Tiw01MH 4 A SOUTHERN C. Miller and Allen Arthur routes by using our specially prepared
.-' at a picnic, beer is a natural THAN OUTCATCRN 20 VIU.CN ACRES ATEk rAID Mr the and proud Mrs. Russell parents Rogersare of a mailing list. Rates gladly given on request.

When relaxing at favorite outdoor beauty spot whit daughter, who was born in Hen- ,
your I
frielld.or lamily,and'lOut thirst's whetted byfresh alt and au. : % ; dry General Hospital Wednesday "
; \ May 20, weighing eight Pictures-
else-that.the ideal tune for a tool: ,refreshing glass of beer.14j \ + au '1 pounds six ounces. ,
hiking, or Just rrt
fact you can name you recreation-swimming At
'watching TV-and chancel are nothing In the world fits. it ? pictures
I 'well.beer. WAR A6AINST THE FIRS ANT HAS Mr. and Mrs W. J. Carter of by the
Your familiar glass of beetle also s pleasurable reminder that CNEMrA.COaR Kscm4ABMIRU, $S" .: o ;.* her Sister were Mrt.recent W. A.guests Moor.of may be secured. Please place orders as soon as Poe'Bible
'we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjor I 'TOXCITV 10 MAMMAL HRP* Ann .w and Mr. Moore. '
beer and ale,if we so desire,, is just one,but an Important one of : FISH,MOANT&; Ai N N I after picture is taken or in
'I' those personal freedoms w 1 '4'fit1 appears paper.
la FIorida..beer goes with fan,with relaxation COLONIES. i 'f

\ @ imnto mm utxwra ASSOCIATION,roc, I. t*SCV fetters 'r Subscriptions-
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f Letter .. the editor A full year's subscription to The.Clewiston News is
MADE FOR THE THBT'SPFrKTfeseverr. Too members of the Junior available for
I Class of Clewiston High School only 400. Keep up with all the hap

y t ft! SOUTHERN CLIMATE the wish following, to express who our helped thanks make to penings in the-greater Clewiston area by subscribingto

ThE6UtAfiSfAMtlTX/d'' the Junior-Senior Prom the success
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Clewiston ,
Engagement: i is announced Rackstraw chosen
rI1- _": Sally Oliphant Thursday May 21, 1984

\:( ). \J r .\ outstanding Elk ---- r

,\! '; : installed Sunday where Mrs. Rowe was hospitalized
Gaynam D. Rackstraw was with a broken bone Warren
; honored by members of the Howell drove to Macclen t I
I.r Sail OUphant w'a. installed
Elks Lodge of Clewlston In recognition ny: for his mother and her parenta
1 worth advisor of the Clewiiton J
of his contribution to
a returned with her for a
Assembly of Order of Rainbowfor
Elkdom In outstanding work of of several weeks
Farewell party ". Girls Sunday afternoon at the Lodge during the year 1963 stay

Motherdaughterbanquet public installation ceremony The Elk of the Year Is chosen i an

for Mrs. Hazel Mile's Mrs Carlos Dickey mother annually by the Lodge on the .
fetes advisor, gave a welcome speech basis of such work as observedby P'E $.Qlf l : HATHCOCK'SAUTO
[ new Member of St. Margaret's and the .
Installing officers were ; a special committee of Elks.Mr SALES SERVICE
Altar Society honored Mrs. Hazel presented behind the ban for Rackitraw has been a Mr*. A, Broadfoot returned RESTAURANT *. SERVICE -
Mother-Daullhter banquet, Miles with a farewell party Introduction They were: member of the Elks Lodge for Monday from a visit in Tallahassee STATIONOPEN
b the Mothers Club at the home of Mr. G N. Pit- Installing worthy advisor ten years and is a past exalted with her son-in-law ALL NIGHT j
) was a new. eele- zen .on Friday evening. Mrs Chris Kelly, Installing marshal, ruler.A. and daughter, Dr and Mrs. We never Close ,'i

T of Clewisoon*}, Oil* club! and was Mile who 1 Is taking up residence Cheryl Lee; Installing chaplain, C. Ellison, exalted ruler Earl E. Wllkison, and family -
held Mal ** at the :nrst at Lourdes In West Palm Judy Vann, installing recorder, during the period In which Mr Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown ,
Church. Beach was presented with a : Diane Rackstraw. All of these Rackstraw was chosen, made and son, John enjoyed the
:.IethOdlsl t transistor radio In grateful recognition ,: girls are past worthy advisorsof the presentation on behalf of weekend on a camping trip to 1

in a program of entertaInment of her work for St. a+er"MBr the Assembly. Mrs. Christine the Lodge. Myakka State Park, near Bra-

to11owlnll the meal, trib- Margaret's. Doty was installing musician denton. a
the youngest Refreshments of cake, fruit Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Mil .',
utea were orient. Mr. BillySwrdle punch; coffee mints and nuts rt Sally gave a beautiful acceptance Dance recital ler are in Jacksonville this
mother speech, and chose as her
week walling her brother, Ollie
sloth to the mother with were served to those altendlnt.DyessMcGill .
theme "Rainbow of Promise"
: ; Edwards, and other relative
5ldc daughter her colors blue and white
tile are Mrs. Alberta Wlspcrt of West
:Sirs E E Montgomery and her flower Is the carnation. Friday nightThe
with the most Berlin, N.J. Is the house guestof
he! mother A. Strickland + Sally Introduced her parents Mr. and Mr*. H. D. Schick
daupterl etrn Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Oliph- pupils of Betty Ann and family. On Sunday the
and Mr. Ralney. Mitchell will present their annual -
four daughter The wedding of Miss Alice Id fir ant and guests and each Rain- Schlck and their guest visitedin :toa
nave dance recital in Sugarland
Carole Dyess, daughter of Mr bow girls then Introduced her Lakeland with Mrs. Schick's "'0
'A Mother Declaration" was and Mrs Earl J. Dyess of Fort parents and guests. May Auditorium J 22.The at 8 pm. Friday sister, Mrs. Bonard Odum and ; 2

01 Mr Hilton A. WHADaughter'jPtea Denaud and Ralph McGlU. son Sally was presented her gavel Mr Odum. -i
given and of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McGUlcf by Lynda Carlton, the outgoing theme of this year's show Mrs. Thomas B. Owens Jr. 8
Bbr Kim Srtieffler "The Girl i Ilaid Goodno will take place at i worthy advisor, and Lynda, .n will be "Dancing Down Broadway" spent several days In Tampa
and dances
to Be was related by the First Baptist Church, ta- turn, received a past worthy depicts last week, visiting her mother,
I Mr! Franklin Simmon A skit Belle, at eight o'clock Saturday Miss Peggy Evelyn Parsons advisor't gavel, presented by to those! performed in the Mrs. Katherine Beauchamp and
theaters the
leading along great
I featuring small daughter of evening, May 23. Sally other relatives.

laothen: Club member and nar- Miss Dyes Is 1 a graduate of Parsons-Watson Mrs Dickey presented the. white way. Mr. and Mr. Karl Watson of
Brittd to ?Irs John Scheffler, LaBelle High School where she Rainbow Girls girls with their color bows and Some of Miss Mitchell' pupils Pahokee spent the weekend
from Pahokee and South
closed the program.TTiurs was a member of Student Council. Judge and Mrs. Broward N. awards with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Future Homemakers of Parsons announce the engage hear about FairAt 1 Sally was presented with gifts Bay will join the dowlston pupils H. C. Jones. r

America, the annual staff, the ment and approaching marriage from her parents and friends In the recital Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Norman
library staff and Dance Band. of their daughter, Miss Peggy the Monday meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Oliphant and The varied program will include spent several day this week on
Clewlston of Rainbow ballet, tap acrobatlo and i
r 4 e. She is employed at LaBelle Insurance Evelyn Parsons to Hughie B. Girls, Cheryl Assembly Lee, Suzanne Mrs. R. C. Wilson served re- jazz number. a trip to Georgia, where they tPff1iiiMiWANTED -
Agency. Watson, of Immokalee. freshments following the Installation visited relatives in St. George,
Peers and Lynda Carlton were Mrs. QuIncy Wtstberry Is
Mr. McGUl attended schoolsin Mr. Watson is the of and other locations.
Fri Sat son behind the bow and
presented pianist for the recital, and
21 -22. 23 Miami, and Oceanslde-Carls- Mrs Viola Jones of Oklahoma Mrs Ruth B. Owens and Mrs.
of the World'sFair
gave a report Keith Carter and Allen Daubnerwill
DOUBLE FEATURE bad Junior College, California, City, Oklahoma, and W. R. which was Interesting be featured'vocal soloists. Charles B. Owens were In Miami !:
BEACH PARTY"FRANKIE the first of the .week' attending
and the University of Florida. Watson of Otter Creek, Florida.
AVALON They recently attended as Tickets are being sold by the
He served a tour of duty with The wedding will be held at the fashion showings of (trPEMOCMTIC
their"QL1CK members of the Senior Class
Stoj and Swing Join pupils and may be obtained at
fun the VS. Marine Corps and is the First Baptist Church of The officers who were not the door. new fall merchandise. NATIONAL
now associated with his fatherIn LaBelle on June 20 at 1:00: p.m. for the public Installation tr4tt Mrs. Pauline Howell returned
GUN" ; Thursday from a stay cf: several COMMITTEEMAN
the sod and landscaping bun.Ines.
The bride-elect attended La-
AUDIE MURPHY Sunday afternoon were Installed Mr. and Mr. J. E. Frlerson weeks with her parents.
Belle high school, where she .
The Assembly has received will leave Friday for a visit at Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rowe In WORTHY OF
Sun Mon Tue All friends are Invited to at- was a member of the basketball an invitation to attend
several location In Georgia Macclenny and in Jacksonville
May 21 25 2< tend the wedding. team for five years and the installation of the Pahokee ,

"ESCAPE FROM HELL was "Miss LaBelle High" during Assembly. There was also a letter
ISLA.VB" 196364. She was also "Miss from Pat Duncan. 1iii1m'l;
MARK STEVENS CARD OF THANKS Sugar" of 1963-64, in the Hen- The May birthdays of Sally F
Romance with ;ctlon. dry County Fair Queen compe I
t take this means of expressing Oliphant and Kay; Owen were r -
for the tition. \, recognized. A committee wa DESERVING OF"I
my; appreciation I
Wed. Thurs. May 27 28
Mr. Watson graduated from named to let up assembly for v
many cards, flowers, visitors, "I Am PROMOTION
THE CARDINAL"A prayers and other kindnesses Immokalee high school, where the next meeting They are Donna -
notable film about a prince while I In the he was a member of both the Morrison, Thadene Wynn. '
shown me was
at the church basketball and football teams, Emily Batey and Bobble Wa TEARS OF \ (.
Hendry General Hospital. I am 12
wonderful He attended Troy State Collegein ters. Not SlIYIClTO..... '; '
grateful for the care j'
THE BEATLES COME TO of the doctors: and hospital Alabama and Florida State ., ANDA :\'
TOWN in Tallahassee. He
staff, as well as to my other University BIRTHDAY LIFETIME OF ,t, \
June3-4-11 '
plans to enter the Universityof t I',

friends.Mrs. R. L, Langford Florida with the Fall term, GREETINGS Mrs. Essie Robison Stubbornl"BeardsleyNash BELIEF IN..... ': t
and is majoring in art. theDEMOcTlc I
(If you are a Clewiston resi
Rev. Bob Christieis dent. II years of age or over, ,,Stars will honor / I PARTY

J JlJeM we invite you to register your ,
5Mrs. Essie Robison 4.
and birthday our birth- ,
-- new pastor name ;
Perhaps you're just determined. We determined
are '
day book for mention in this \uprland For "PROGRESS
Rev. Bob L. Christie of Fort column. Phone YU J-1201. Chapter, Order of too* to give our customers the best pro !(

li i Lauderdale has accepted the Please do not wait until your Eastern RobUon Star, will grand honor instructor Mrs.EI.1e tection, service and representation possible at through UNITY" "kl' I
call to become pastor thl
birthday approaches, a*
First Baptist Church, dewl- column 1* prepared well In ad- for District W, at the regular the lowest price. Remember, independent ELECT'JAMES I

ton, effective June 14 lie comesto vance of publication). chapter meeting Monday evening agencies such as ours, represent you when you '-

eate taQ11CALORIC'S I Clewlston after serving as May 21-Glenda Anderson. May; 23 at eight o'clock at have a claim or loss. _
pastor of Lauderdale Manor the Masonic ball. :
Church, Fort Lauderdale May 22-Mrs. F. M Rodriguez. AU member are Invited to bepresent.
May 23-Mr. Carl Anderson, Insurance
for the past S year. Mrs Beneda Knowles, Mrs. Agency //DEMO. NATIONAL
Rev. Christie received Ms 1.(
Bob Stacy.; Sugarland Highway Clewuton
education Jacksonville in the public and later schoolsof at- May 24-Donald Pratt Gaynam 'Baptist mission 1 JCOMMITTEEMAN I

tended Southern Stetson Baptist University Theological and May D 25-Or.Rackstraw.B A. Bourne, Mrs. U program topicThe

Seminary in Louisville Ken- Glenn Etherton. W.H.U.oI the'Hi-Haven

/ tucky.Rev. and Mrs. Christie and May. 26-Mrs.V. Roland J.,E.Linda Hater Moore Mrs.R. ., Baptist night with Church Mis. met C. W.Monday Mann

/a L2CAIIe their three children Lamar 9, Nadine White. conducting the business and iAKERITE 3 1.b. Can 59t I

Larry, S, and Kerry 4. plan to Hay 27-Jack Rogers, Mrs. J. program session. Mrs. Pat Rich :
move Into the Baptist pastorlumon H. Glenn, Bobby George, Mrs. and Mrs. Velma Storey had I
West Crescent Drive a few Gratton George Harold Estep, charge of the program and used

GAS OVEN days previous to the above date. Judith Jepson. the theme "Encouraging Baptist FBENCH-CATrLEN WEEDS

missions". Bar-B-Q Sauce- 19-oz. 39 I
.Devotions were given by Mrs.. Rice .. .. . 3-lb.49t
Jack Lowe and Mrs. C. W.
I Mann Reports were given by BRAVO NO. 80S

committee chairmen and officers Corned Beef 12-oz 39 .
can Tomatoes 2 for 27t
and refreshments were ..
served by Mr. Floyd Royal to ".I 1 I
Mrs. Mann, Mrs. Storey; Mrs. Q SAGE DEL MONTE ,

RIch Mrs Lowe Mrs. W. R. Peaches 2 No. 2'h' can 49 Tuna Fish 2 for 49t
r Baxter,Mri. Victor Turner, and .. : ;

Mrs. ,W. J. Jackson.
'a t
Public library

0Y new ,arrival lb. 29 I

Y I IS :New book placed on the
shelves In Clewlston Public Library ---

,f this week include four MINOT LARGE GOLDEN RIPE:

"' SBBBES9MErEaiXKaRMKS 3 biographies make them as whose modern subjects as 19M.Blogrsphy Cranberry Sauce can 15 Bananas .. .. 3-lb. 29

Rings or sits 'most build toe .t Washington-Ellen: TRESS
anywhere, even One Foot In GROUND nm II BRISKET

loch Fits In without fuss or costly remodeling I The, Proxmire Lyndon Johnson Story Hamburger .. 2-lb. 99t Stew ..... ... Lb. 29

Caloric brings you till kitchen flexibilityV Booth Mooney
new \
I ,rare and wU Mr*. L B J Ruth Montgomery u.s. CHOICE GOLD NOTE:
free done. Jut hang the A U Carte pi oven William Shakespeare (a biography I

,Va tIa abinei.J'1'' ttt or It haft 01> a 1&bui1&-i11.counter ,top put ft between or Non-Fiction): :A. L. Rowse Chuck Roast .... Lb.49( Oleo, u.. ......__ Lb.19t I

-berner your A La Caarte own goes, you get the cookJ..l4vanla&c -t ,I Stomach: *. Ulcers Sir Cecil

of an extra ores ,..twice the !baking) capacl.. because they >have the oMrII..1 drive family Wakeley. M. D. FIRST CUPPork .'::'' il
vas Yi*. about ATergy
ClI1 The Whole Truth
'i'b' VlDI. another CYeJa bake an4 broil at the carne time It's, car that's built stronger to last 10111.r. The 'J fl\ Hehman Hlrschfeld M. D.

I IY 05 to faDp. UnIverSal takes them eanpise.a-overaspan of more,lIrs tIIaII Fiction: Chops lb. -
IItra-Dnr COOkID-C gostroI' too whit dmpte. rool'anI easy ordinary car Ftahlnf spoor The more remote the better. A Few Painted leather 39(1'FRANK'S ''(

\ diallCtt1np. flue Caloric". famous Coot and JCcepe Heeding sliest Way beyond the rMdI of rode.Mires mora;alwBye i Stephen tongitreet t 7

I'ItcJQ that girp JOII complete freedom Ja OWl 'Jeep'unIwrIaI you auddenly end dens of wee ys.

f 1''tho IerYIua time tot metals'' TlIDperatart lowers to ,Mew thought of WorIllellIIe 'JNfI UnMrMI .t weW'Jeep'enobeedM I THANK YOU NOTE
bard kip at eomertIbIe top.rosy ''
"vaI.ble wRh Returning from the Fahokee
In riiBumeMeMr foe hours without owcooVfatfti thesis's. ... W'IIeIftIUM' sip 10 W'.tee g.. I .
1IDaza! d 1-1 ash half bP" and pickup hospital where I wa* a patient +
oath KWaUoa! adaptable new Caloric exclusive now.Tt'sGlades ...MoC J.KA jtR IftIII CI1/fN1/fATltlN..R., tat a week: end underwent surgery -

tt- ....a............ ....- want to express my appreciation !
: to many friends lor I ,
...,.. ,* **** ** heir thoufhtfulcess to me.dur-,, I

SUGARLAND MOTORS lg that tto .. Croce Market ,
Gas Co.DAN : Year prayer; w.w epedBr> :' :i 4
Clewiaton appreciated a* were your: card
841 Sugarland Hwy. fed flower and other deeds. Of aors O-O AMP OP3t1&T10 "
MCCARTHY 'whw.. b aMbe 'M '7:00 p:'; and friendship.:: > ..fUndneM 1f.! Zo s.un w381ufzv8 P!. YO -.1&11
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retire with 75 years service y'

Mr. and Mrs. Wm A. Moore community life of the area and transferred to Fort Meade iston was made Mrs. Moore be- f, ti C L
joined the select ranks of "sen- served by that system. He later worked in Avon Park came chief operator and cash Gpp p .... -- I
ior citizens" Friday when they The Inter-County System wasa Wauchula and Arcadia and In ier. In 1952 the .Clewlston ex-
officially retired from the Inter small pioneering company 1929 was promoted to managerand change was converted to dial ,
County Telephone System. Together when the Moores started working moved to Okeechobee. In operation and Mrs Moore be-
they have a total of almost In it, and today It is one of 1943 he was transferred to Clew. came cashier for both Clewis-
75 yean of telephone service the largest Independent tele- Iston as local: manager a position ton and Moore Haven ex-
and have witnessed and participated phone systems in the nation he has held since. changes.The .
I In many eventful Mr. Moore started his tele- Mrs. Moore began her bust"i Moores were married in We have
i changes'1 dl in the industry. Bothbare phone career In December 1924 -. career in the Hardee County November, 1929 and since that Y a specialGRADUATION
: an active role In the at Arcadia when he began workas Bank at Wauchula.She "mar time their work has been in a 4
I growth of Inter-County System a construction crewman and ried into the telephone serv business dedicated to service in GIFTfor
which they have served for almost lineman In 1926 he was pro- ice": and before Mr. Moore was a community. They have enjoyed -
,I, 1 half a century and in the moted to installer-repalrman transferred to Okeechobee she the experience and have each Senior boy and girl.
had become a relief operatorand found great pleasure In servingIn
she went to Okeechobee as this capacity.
Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston Fla. Please call at our store
ge for
at the Okeechobee exchange
i' :peratcr: They have found time along your gift
Thursday, May 21, 1964
When the move to ClewS the way to rear a family and

to take active part in many Mir. and Mrs. %V. A. Moore
I community activities Their son Bond Street Jewelers
Bill (W. A. Moore, Jr) Is an general commercial supervisor er pleasures for which we have
installer.repairman at the Win- D. J. Hilton, district manager not been able to find time In re-
ter Park Telephone Company. and other fellow employees of cent ;years," they said.
He is married to the former the Inter County Telephone System
Dorothy Roland and hat two Mr Shearer presented Mr.
daughters and a aon. Their and Mrs. Moore with gifts from
daughter Barbara. If marriedto the company, on behalf of President
Ab rl Frank Sparling of Miami; J N Johnson and fellow
they are parents of two daughters employees in Clewiston also expressed PERFECT ) 1
Mrs. Sparling works for their admiration of the
Pan American Airways.The ; Moores with gifts in token of
Moores are members of appreciation for their long and
i ie the First Methodist Church of faithful service.
Clewlston. (Mrs. Moore is a The Moores plan to continueto LiLiCufflink
charter member), Mr. Moore is reside at 328 West Ventura and
a charter member of Sugarland Street. "We have no particular '
Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons plans. In between sessions with LUGGAGE tie clasps

and Is an honorary memo the rocking chair, we hope to by Shields
ber of the Moore Haven Lodge. do some visiting and enjoy oth- Lady Baltimore
He has long been an active 2.95
Mason and is past worshipful
< master of the Lodge at Okee- New books 'Z. and Starflite Tie tacks and

chobee. He is a charter mem-
aarmanwr.wre. tie bars
ber and past president of the in public libraryAdult Train cases
Clewlston Lions dub and a
member of the Chamber of Fiction I 12.95 16.95 1.50 up
Commerce.Mrs. The Keepers of the House -
<< Moore, In addition to Shirley Ann Graw ; Pullman Wallets 3.95 up
home office and church duties Wind from the Carolina '

is a devoted member of the Robert Wilder :
Eastern Star Order. Both Mr. Mistress of the Forge David 26.95-29.95

and Mrs. Moore are membersof Taylor
the Independent Telephone Home Is the Sailor Jorge ... Weekend bag's
Pioneers Association. Amado
Radcliff David Storey
In honor of their retirement 189521.95
One Fat Englishman Kingsley -
Mr. and Mrs. Moore attended a '
luncheon at the Clewlston Inn Amis Ivory and colors w' r
The Hand of Mary Constable Baby dolls or ;;
Friday along with D. T. Shearer
Now if to "That's swell assistant general manager Paul Galileo 'n '
you're saying yourself a looking car Trade Wind M. M. Kaye isle t>
M. W. Matt, general commercial cotton ds GraduationSpecial
but I couldn't afford It/' we'd like a quiet word with you. manager, W. H. Walton Ministers ert E. ConotCheckpoint of Vengeance Rob-
$3.49 to $5.98
Charles W. Thay-

erFlood nylons $4 to $11 I
That car Is a Pontiac Catalina lowest priced ef the big Pontiacs Catalina has everything that BowlingLADIES Robert Penn Warren XF
makes a Pontiac a Pontlae-the superlative style the .ntra-tar.ful construction,the big-muscled Mystery (Adult) cottons 2.98 o5.98. r
The Witch's House Charlotte 19.95
j' Trophy V 8 performance,the road-wedded Wide-Track ride. Everything. And,the price Is very very OF,LAKE -

right It must be.After all,you don't get Into third place In sales Just by selling cars to rich people.' .Sport Shop _.,._ e9 45 Armstrong Junior Fiction Nylon slip-panty set '
3-pc. luggage .
!Now how about having a quiet word with your nearest Pontiac dealer. Wide-Track Pontiacs Old South ..____ 8834 55th The Enormous Egg Oliver by Artemis ; _
U.S.S. Corp .___ 8834 551,2 Butterworth white red \ ?''
I rr, Seejgur authorized Pontiac dealer for a wide choice of Wid.Track.and good used can too. Baldree's "_.____ 68 76 black MHP $>** :' f

'l Canebrake ..____ 824k 8134 AMY ROSS : I" j
I Hare Lumber __ 60 M SLIPS J'I I
M-t 41 Parkinson' ._. ,55 89 Dr. Reid attendsvets j

Wilson Lumber M% 6934 $1.99 to $5.99 Sportswearin dacron-cotton Short-steered
7W&14A _.. conference
e.wawtau. + fIlch SerIes Bar Jldcp Shirts
Jamaieas Bermudas
MWn ManN D. Burlinaham __ 4601 617Lpulse Sport
.. Dr. Charles Reid, Clewiston New summer deck pants
Rudel __ 443 581
Checks plaids stripes
veterinarian attended the Florida

"Chuck" Wells Motor Co., Inc. Ida Helen Inch Rogers Elate Game.___ .Ser 437_.Jldep S68-. Conference held at the for University Veterinarians of Munsingwear shades 3.49 to 3.98 or solid colors in many

Florida Medical Center in
Ann Mattson 193 Z4S hose -'
202 W. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiilon, Fla. YUkon 2-4501 Louise Rudd ____ 183 Gainesville on May 18 and 17. up
D. Burllnaham __ 182 233Loulae This year's meeting on"Prac Sea Fashion Van Heusen New Eva

Rudd 231 tice Improvement and Manage BLOUSES PURITAN I
ment", was sponsored by the 2pieee or -piece

,"I. Veterinary Selence-Department bathing suits dacron-cotton blend banlons in red, navy,
of the University of Florida the
"''; r ,M' REPUBLICAN Extension Service of the University $10.98 olive, ciel blue stalls
.. 2 98 5-98
I t : ,.Wt .. and the Florida State .
T'r' J' ",.- '". Veterinary Medical Association
t ; E SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT :- The theme stressed I economics PANTIES 8.95 up

: / and business management in
I.',., .,f t;: ,* veterinary medicine. 59k 79 French purse PURITANShirt I
Hendry County This postgraduate educational rayon t Clutch

j program is one of many examples banlon stretch or wallet jacs in
PRECINCT NO. of continuing education or nylon dacron cotton
presented by the Florida colors O
t medical profession veterinary $.00 .QC 5.005.95Parkinson's

j !,, To vote for a pera .1 whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT
of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote, except for Delegates in which case you mark a cross PIZZASugarland
(X) in the circle only.

Place an (X) in the circle at the top of the column of the group 2-3311 DEPARTMENT
of delegates for whom you wish to vote. (vote for one) STORE'I
s Candidates
William C. Bill Cramer -I.
Candidates Preferring Albert Roberta


for President For President National CommitteewomanO gnggfromrft'OtltTHE

\; (vote for one)

.t 0 Helene M. Morris '
: Frances C. Salmon

A ,1' "" I I William D. Pawley William C. (Bill) Cramer *4 full p1la of Safe .J'ort14ecI
rt' "':. Organizing Chairman Organizing Chairman ;
5- Huskyrribuon.akldtread
5 5. f
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.1'') William D. Pawley William C. (Bill) Cramer .s=WlYProwdforTumPRICES

i Tom Fairfield Brown Robert IL Elrod e ptiu t .
( 4'! ., I *AND...'or tbdnt time fl
i i'l '$$11'i i G: ,Harold Alexander Edgar L. Kiefer .a.) .In..a Fireatone tire sailing RUBBEEt Shies:Prleti, BLACK S I 95 '
t .:' Basil M. Albert Roberts t a, the lon.-wearin. gv .
LaVerltlle '
1 L :t! '. otben imitate,but IMWr flocf ,' ".. ....
William T. Wakeman James Wehrle t I ....
:*; ; 1 rf'l' Just H t .%
lay. .
t j Mary Ellen Young Frances C. SalmonMfai '1' ", ,, et..y aw........... she II ., iP.I ,- 1 a:;.......

,, "I"I t _J.j! ., L. UafWood Opal A. Shelton" 2 t.'J'f' i.T i.. I. ova war-:._-.:_:..... ) ( tPI4& I "_ALLURES. -_ .. .MOUNTED-- FRE!

I b"-................. I \ '
rj.: 'I, Thelma T. Fischer Evelyn Greene L....: nc-s ....... Months to Pay l \ 'l fools
: _
''''I 'I /
,. ;; 11e1ene 11. Morris Marquita M. Maytagii ., !I.t>.. wayr.y \ X12MONTH J I '

ii: i',' \ .'."r Janet IL Showalter Emily M. Doylaton ."!:, ;<\ Road i Hazard :: : -.------- -- "
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:'j DISTRICT DELEGATES DISTRICT : bond I. i IJI+ 5Fords Btatw a110 CIIIIdIl

.;. i, J j SIXTH Congressional District SIXTH Congressional, District : >

Fred J. Acke1 J. Herbert Burke G _
!" ': 1 t ,. ,

.: Virginia Kane Engstrom Ruth W, Thomas :

I )i In compliance) with Chapter 101.20. Florida Statutes 1963. the Board ot County. Commissioners of llendzy Service i

Cr.ounty, Florida hereby publish the above sample ballot. :., Sugarland Hwy.

I l Phone YU 22861Moores

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Survivors do nol department stated today of that Veteran mar Affairs than, lions ministration.paid by the veterans ad-- netted disability at the time of be heartened with announcement : around Lake Okeechobee It Is Clewiston, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pace 7

! three years after the law was his death. Beginning on that that a large campsite at Illustrated with four photographs Thursday May 21, 1964
claim pension passed, many widows and or Before July 1, I960 widows date In public law 80-211, con* Sprout Lake Park at Peek- Including three of the i
1 phans of World War n and children of World Wnr II or teas provided pensions for the skill New York has been secured cane harvesting operations In I
, pETERSBURG P7a. Korean conflict and the Korean conflict veterans were widows and orphan of these for Nimrod campers the fields.Describing. Soto and neighboring countiesto Hendry sales tax:
gf, are unaware entitled to pension veterans with This the north, and the harvest
j of the only if the on equal basis is one hour to 1% hours the methods of
*0* of their
lfellds{ T. W00A, eligibility to pen. deceased had a service con. the pensions granted to World by expressway to the Fair itself growing cane from planting, will move steadily northward as keeps climbingSales

I War I veterans' widows and or The park has 50x50' camp. and the practice of firing the crops In the cooler areas ma. tax collections: in He --

j plans It Is no longer necessaryfor sites, swimming pool picnic: fields prior to cutting: the stalks, ture. dry were up 25 percent In March (
the veteran to have had a areas and near a service and the article gives a graphic account Watermelons were given the over the previous month according
j service connncttd disability.The shopping center of the work that goes on SanFLAvor seal of quality of to report of J. Ed
pensions range from $25.. Paul's, in Pahokee, dealersfor in thousands of acres of cane the Florida Department of Ag Strsughn director of the Florida
00 to $60.00 monthly for widows. Nlmrod camp trailers have fields In the Clewiston area for riculture: this year when Commissioner Revenue Commission I
For each child 15.00 per month reservation forms. Reservations several months of the year. of Agriculture Doyle Collections In March (reflecting .
Is added. The pension for orphans must be made through a Nlm- The story concludes: with this Conner made a special trip to February retail sales) were
Is $3500 monthly The rod dealer but the campsiteis paragraph: "While In Clewis the Immokalee State Farmers S27,815.21. and In April (reflecting
benefit may be payable to the open to all campers ton visitors are Invited to take Market to attend and participatein March retail sales) $34.843...
One veteran's child, or children guided trips through the Everglades the official award ceremony. 47.
StopService even though the widow Is not negotiated by vehicles Sizeable shipments are still Hendry county increase In'
entitled to the pension because: Trade Journal called swamp buggies. "We being made daily in the Clewis sales were much greater than
she remarried or her Income or provide Terra Tires for them, ton area and the price has held the state's. increase of 7 percent I
net worth exceeds certain limo too", Norman says" up well. Frank Polhlll reported .

lu- describes Norman loading two semis with melons ;,
Income from other sources averaging 34 pounds each from
Melon prices goodas Gas Tax chows
must not exceed $1800 ;yearlyfor "He's Sweet on Sugar" Is the his field at Air Glades this
a widow, and $3,000 annually title of an article in the May week Other farmers are still small increaseThe
for a widow with a child or issue of Goodyear News which season wanes shipping fine quality melons gasoline tax collected In
children. The income limit for features William has been and are well pleased with the
A. Norman of Wherever there< Hendry county showed a slight
orphans is $1800 yearly exclusive Clewiston, tire dealer for Goodyear space for a half- ozen big semi financial results, Increase in the April report of r

of earned Income. trailers to gather, maneuver J. Ed Starughn, director of the :

The pension II paid If the deceased "For Norman t. Terra. and park In convenient proximity Florida Revenue Commission I
9th district
t veteran was discharged Tires go with sugarcane\ : like watermelons have been meet The Increase over the previousmonth I
under conditions other than dishonorable ham goes with eggs", begins loading In the Hendry county was from $34,8 658 to '
and had 90 days or the article "Responsible for area for the past three weeks.At 36,711.se.

more of service or was discharged this happy state of affairs is Schmidt Horse Ranch, at held in PompanoCommander There Is a seven cent state
sooner for a service the United States Sugar Corporation the Railroad spurline, at the tax collected on each gallon of

of all kinds- connected disability world's largest cane Fair grounds at Alrglades Air- gasoline sold.WORLD'S.
Printing It ,you have any question, see sugar producer, which has used port there are signs reading Kenneth Walker
your veteran county service: of. Terra Tires since! the late MELONS. Here farmers bring and Adjutant Frank E. Veltreof
fleer or write to Dixon. P. O. ISSO's". their melons from the fields, the Clewiston Post American

Letterpress printing in any size or quantity. We can Box 1437, St. Petersburg Fla. The article described the harvest and the shippers gather their Legion, attended the 9th District

operations> and other behemoths of the highways for Conference Sunday at Pompano I

also handle. register'forms continuous forms for Campsites near phases of the sugar Industry loading Beach.

The Immokalee-Hendry county Commander Walker made a .i

billing machines. If it's printed, we can do it for you World's Fair area has had the first mar report on the Post activities and
ket of the watermelon season, Veltre reported as district
quickly and economically. Campers who would"Ukt to which Is now a little past Its peak chairman for Civil Defense, and

$ravel to the World's Fair and locally. Melon shipments hive served on the credentials: committee -
wonder about camp sites will begun In Highlands, Hardee, DeAccurate '
The State Convention of the
nil' aricceAs.MNlcrlvu Legion' will be June 5-6-7 at the
EngravingWe A .p.ahd neenng of the. Flat' Robert Meyer, Hotel In Jacksonville -

.Three Great Models d ) will bole\ be Or.ln'lI.hold. on PI.trlot Friday, members luna U, THE[ ; the national Legion convenUon COMB '
handle wedding announcements invitations '- n" .t the offics ot Count will be In Dallas, Texas, !
"" A..nt Ted Gallo In the County
Priced To Fit'. Hub-Ufric In Cl.ttlton at I Sept 18.24; delegates and alternates -
business cards other CIIRISTIflASCIDCE to the national convention : -
personal or or any type of en- mUuilnr.il to b* eons' eredt n
",. .' All Budgets Go PnunUllon ot irrigationftailbllltr were chosen.
stationery. reports Drury Dixon was elected new
graved Na-fotlatlon of contract
commander for the 8th
Anywhere For Jut ptrtalnlng- report; [
$ I-AII olh.r bu.ln. that District. DURABILITY
may come -ocularly b>(or* the j
ache Price Of GasTealheMike'ln Board CHAMPION!
Rubber Stamps- CN-4s7 Joe DISTRICT If JUndry.tertiary mOnITOR Veltre heads

Toty Gray U, II, 11.
service kind of rubber sales' 4Q10up / .
5-day given on any stamp. !
I Rugged All-steel I NOTICE Id l/o
{ T. all ..*..n .f zed f*.....* Legion PostFrank I
Signature'stamps take a little longer but can be se- lalm4l !. !cede wlthht B.l- ,
Bodies a Beautiful Ir. l>rnl..a. UUIrtet. tKadrrl .1
.' <....r skids' .. .B l ftIk >
w *<
cured. .....>.....11_ .! Ik. l-r>..*.. Complete
Automotive Finish! meat *....1... !. tbs. ._...' E, Veltre was elected: .
plan' .f rt>.1..al..i. commander of the Clewiston f..O1f.\ )i'
w1S-NmI,fs easel ett A slwpi' You, and each ,of you, are News Post No. 93, American: Legion, ', I
.._ hereby advised that pursuant to i l
\Yaaaerl e'e.wlwpetf.eer.ntwewrat the provision of Chapter IIS, for the year 1964-65. KennethA \IVR.
Florida. Btatut, the Hoard ofBuprvlion p I
Coverage Walker outgoing commander
ft Advertising-
of Boll* DralareDlalrlrt k
( has levied a total drain. was elected first vice: commander ,
air* tax In the amount of H'IB,. and Edwards '
Roy W. ,
til.11 a...lnit the land within I'
offered to you through the Clewiston News. If your such District' to pay the eat of was chosen second vice: com wIDE8LECTIOIlT-
the oompl"tllion of the proposalworbs mander. 1
business requires reaching the mass market this is C and M of Hcclimation approved by the .I
officer: Abner II. Vann; service
Board of Hupe.rvl-.or or such
your headquarters for a single advertisement or a Witrlct. Buck total draintax. officer Frank E. Veltre; chap.
bee bn apportioned to and levied I ,
lain, Ernest O. Miller; historian I
on aach tract of land In such
continuous campaign. I..Mil-IlepYIMelnprh" IvaL District In proportion. to the. Walter Wyse., Jr. sergeant Still priced below \ .:
: "benefits aamud and not In se.ten at arms,James A. Rogers; assistant I
-. rewy- 1 thtrtof. A Hut of all !axle 0 out of 6 : -IT
= lnvUd I* oontalntd 'In a book on sergeant at arms, Corey
NUn the. office of the. Beer*. 1 Tan $14 ( Moth$12 compact models!: 1 "'
and David Stock.
Ford, adjutant ,:
tar, of the Hoard of Supervl.orsefsuchDlearIItentlu.d 3 M..t" $'

Direct Mail ServiceThe ; I 1 IIOIJ.KH"DRAINAQB: DRAINAGE'I" TAX RECORD) DISTRICT or. .BMMr...e..,.It.Ihr.wrh,.Ml edwntss par aIItoII s.l and W man.The new commander Is the Hendry County .1'

HKNDItr COUNTY, FLORIDA", The CMtHM. / hi.**** eaakef Veterans Service Officer: for .
and thl- book la available at sae Ns.w.y lase and has been
Hendry county active :-
pooh office for examination by Mm. Ml IS Motors Inc.Butarlind iI
largest circulation in Eastern Hendry County is all InUrettod persona In veterans organizations I
.. You and Men of you are further PI-II tt
notified that.. you hall.. have J for several ;yean., Uwj deviates ,
service for the rlttit and i
We offer a direct mail addressing your In ad--.no prlvllnsr to the Traiunrof of payIn -
...... Mat SMhrMS Vat the Hoard. of Supervisors' the. -
Clewistonand ,.*- it* MM.UaaTatJJJ2 amount of the drainage tax .
literature. Reach home in j aimd -
printed every ..JJJJJJfL eh..* ... ...In.t the land within I
.. Mardpm > the DUlrlol at on or
prepared prior to Jim r.t!;:,. The
rural l. routes by using our specially ? AS amount to k* to paid In advance .. '
shall b. Ohs full amount of the.. enjoying yo : I
tax. levied, (Pms the amount add.
mailing list. Rates gladly given on request. .d thereto to most Interest on I : .
the bond proposed to b. Ittutd. vacation ?
After June IS, 1M, such drain- !
ate tae shall'' be payable' In an.
nual Inatallnmnt The amountof
PicturesExtra eaeh Installment will b* d- ,
-- .
ttrntlned and otrtlfltd by the y,
.. sy
Hoard *f Buptrvlior to the TaxCtllMtor s Awf '
SeetheeNimrods Htndry County not t e
prints of pictures taken by the News staff -, later. of notth each* first year.day of November em-w ,

WITNESS the lin.tur of the t t'I

may be secured. Please place orders as soon as possible ( At President visors, attested of the': Board by the of atal Bupir-of
the District and the. signatureof
the Secretary of the Board,
after picture is taken or appears in paper. PAUL'SMain thl*. the DISTRICT 11th day DRAINAOB of May, UI4.nrru.Kfl .

By /./ R. H. BASS,
& Barfield faRAL1Presld.nl

ft Pahokee Florida ATTMTTI( : J
Subscriptions- /sH. r. PAIOEJBor !
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Compare them with your State's Industrial advantages ki relation l

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*U 3.1201' Clewufon Fla. "
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.' ; fl, 't(
( "
'I! f"tRIVINe "
on Florida highways all year of the agri-business complex: by Per cent of the "
to believe> that tourIsm selling products maJ.nfrmI] meat
1aght? TFB a.>rwtnll xRws raerrtstoa, PL. ObituariesR. iVa easy is out biggest business. agriculture and forestry. And All JD aU, the
373,000 :Floridians employedin ] allllull
This Is misleading though. the value 01 agri3
E. Hamrick, Jr.R. Tourism ranks second to agribusiness either farming or other agribusinesses state exceed $3 eq kagrlbnulneas
'-e secTrtar1: said Oc-a wcrt economic specialists bJI1Jca II
'{ : say ) represents! about 40
day to ask 1t1O boats registered at the start :::. E. Hamrtck. Jr.ft Okee-- with the Florida Agricultural No. 111I
of the two-daY trip. >: was e "J
that this Dumber was Into MORE 12 in a West Palm Beach Hospital -

absentee ballot messed apps dmately 115 following a long Illness. Agribusiness a giant complex '

bests aM that mere than ZSOjuntos He had formerly Patrolman served as in which, includes produce agricultural those\ : industries products See RAY . . Today
7via! s fe Lt ile M .Iltrbe ware atoard.IV VANt1fROl1SsETWEEN Florida Highway that and all firms which For ALL
fd. we.tse waa bright sadsi.sy Hendry CountaDd during your car needs
ab ore b bet *t tie w utilize the products or serve
There lived with his family
III tin shad FIla xely2sm IIIr the nth trip. time producers.The .
Q..116eut IeleeRa woe. .wmI wee ticmJcHshooty boats LaBelle. : Chevrolet Pontiac
MOt" III te eaaK, b asst.tlr hoc, some to .,wWe. escort Surviving are his wife. Mrs. spectrum of Florida'sagrlbualnese Oldsmobile
i ntr. and ethers gripped to Jacobs Hamrick a son John ranges all the way '
I Hay Sam & Used
vale to penes w New Cart
nay file eWe ......... far aaadfe minor repairs or lead PUSS AND Tin, and daughter Mary Ellen from farming to transportation.. I and Trucl,
,I absentee balk ttnn % today assistance. if needed. CoastGuard of Okeechobee.: his parents. processing, manufacturing, :
I with John I* BaIL Supcrrtwr{ AaIia Sheriffs 1 Department PAWN! Mr and Mrs. R. E. Hamrick. wholesaling and retailing-! About la ,. Ray-Thielen
the nsh and Game Sr and two brothers. David of 3700 manufacturing plant
of Registration. Commission and ethers bad Bradenton. and Harvey, of Florida use agricultural products Representing
The ballots must be returned boats either taking part ta the -irLI'( Okeechobee.: as their principal raw materials
Monday to HalTs May office 25th.on Mr or before HalTsoffice boataeade or performing duties ;.e Funeral services were held at or produce itenu. primarily ', "Chuck" Well. Motor Co.
1 Inn
la connection with It .e the First Baptist Church in for agriculture.There ,
reported a Hit of tpproxi-- vice-president <.t + after about 15,000 retail Phone WH 64434 7 S. C. Ply N Ok echobe on Thursday are >Hav"
who loll
30 applied
mately perioni the OWA. Boss LaByer and 1 noon and interment was In the businesses which comprise'part
far absentee ballots early T44.
this Richard Phelps of the Chamber Okeechobee Evergreen Cematery. I1Iftr r
of Commerce assisted IB organizing Pallbearers were retired -
local preparations for troopers of the Florida State
weekWa the event The Elks dub took Highway Patrol, and three active
over all responsibilities of the troopers in the Okeechobee
and volunteers
dinner many arn.
assisted with transportation and '.
(Continued from Pace 1) OVERLOADED.
other local assistance to the
fl'I were available to the fuerU ..
Courtesy cars furnished transvortatiaa FK A1 AIY OfA73: Y3 Nlbt 1e.ER County Agent'

It. though to some those of the who boatmen needed Vets Info Service AT N/6qr. PlAV SAFE:SlD.7V1 RfWllleD Column Our lot is bulging with NEW, CARS and
preferred to stretch their left SI'f ;kA' l Ld6ll/tt'FAP APPJftI over we are
after a day on the water and By FRANK! ; E. TELTKE ?9'W/iVP 4'/fD AND W/4 Orange trees love water as

walked and to Elks the lodge.nearby restaurants The Veterans Service Officer Administration! ,vo CMS VENIj CLEAR;iA fO? 6000 a /sIUz% much fact that si ducks water: do comprises-so well to a offering long trades which will save you $$$ onal

win issue two reminder notices
Several boats were traflered now large part of both the tree and
to dewiston to Join the boatacade to Korean Conflict veterans 171
holding GI limited renewable our new cars for example : .
tar the Sunday trip to Fort -- Plant physiologists with the .
term "W type insurance
Myers. Florida Agricultural: Experiment
Howard Banta OWA czeeu- to warn them when their policies cal last cba_" reminder creasing term Insurance costs. Stations ten us that a healthy
win be renewable.
no longer win be aentJO days before the tree weighs
Many thousands of World WarI. 15-year-old orange
Policies of this type finally policy is due to eiplre. World War n, and Korean about 1.000 Ibs. which includes
expire at the end of the S-rear Brand New Full-Size ChevroletFull
Veterans of any war who bold the root system. Of the total
Effective term period which contains the Conflict veterans have already
should check
term Insurance weight, half of it is water
June lit insured'* SMa birthday. After into the possibility of converting done this. For further information The rest of the tree is made
will beCLOSED that period the pokey must be a to a mot permanent type veterans should write the up of basic elements. Oxygen
we converted to a permanent p1aaarJtapireL Insurance to secure better or office to which they send their hydrogen and carbon accountfor Price . $2126.00
longer protection and avoid !la- premium payments. 490 Ibs. of the tree's bulk.
The two-reminder system is All other elements such as calcium
pouIbIe. Rufus WUac Mgr nitrogen, and potassium
all Wednesdays VA in St.Petersburg JTa. said constitute: the remaining 10 561.85 month
Ernie BarberShop through the ue cf modem. data pounds per
processing equipment.One
QUICK A IS year old tree can produce
reminder! will be sent to about 500 pounds or more
Xmie and Lloyd the veteran a year before expiration fruit each year, say the icier Plus normal down payment!
of the policy and the D- tists. The composition: of such

: { cent an annual water fruit or about yield 400 is pounds.80 per Use your Credit Card for jail your car needs!

I II The oranges contain 2 or 3 :Ibs.
II of minerals.
I All of this water must be constantly

I FEDDERS a problem replenished which by sometimes the tree "Chuck" Wells Motor Co. Inc.

gives headaches to grove own

. Certified / Quietest Liffil O ers may Reason drink :between A full-grown 30 to tree 50 Authorized Sales Service Parts

tog on the season.AGRIBUSIN2S .

NOT TOURISM ,Phone YU 2-4501 Sugar land Hwy. Clewiitoo

BY THE BAOPOLU When you see the large number
of outof-state license plates

a I
clueM 1paRtER ii
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proreraent to b. paid from within a such dr.lnap Dlitrlct.tax 1W THB COUNTT IU GlC'l that I have filed my petition for JlOTICil Clewliton, Florida THE CLEW1STON NEWS Pale 9Thuridar.
FOR attribution and for final dl
levied Florida pursuant Statute to Chapter 111 IiJlliDRY: > COUNTT iharB*. and that on May It Notice I. hereby alvea' that Oft the tat .br .f Jut. LB. n. .t May 21, 1984
on each tract of IN RBI: 1114, 1 will\ .apply to tile Ho"or. twelve O''k noon at the Court House door la the alit of La Bello,
land In the DI.trlct In proportion KSTATB: OF ibis llro..d N. PtLreon. Count 1nrn: of Hendry, State of Florida, tax sale certificate will b* Ina Lo Norton 3.01Bof
to the ben.flta.d UAYNAM Il RACK8TRAW. Judge of Hendry County: Florida, the following I described I land to pay the amount due for Af": coo
thereon DIOCEASHD: for approval of laid final re.turn. taxe herein eat oppw its the cam, together with HI Coats of *ucheal NE'4\ Rd1I.rTN
1':111.b'.ndor.r: : t'':* of Totln g DATE: QlI'' DEATH a and for an order of dl.trl.bullo. and all adtertlelof.JL II .. 10 I. A. Ir. A. Llnb Cochran 1150
In shall be 1981 and for final discharge TERRACE
.,.eI.1 U...5010 Bro. NOTICH 0P 0. Ward Headry County Tie Collector it1 /f
,... ..iI. Urltfla Garage, located on 'UJMO PEfftTION *. executor of the will of OAT- Lop Ella Mole 104
... .1 B.R No. Ill South, 1 mile FOR FlMAb
I.. Ft.rw Northof DISCHARGE NAM a RACK8TRAW deoeaaed. 0:1-1W1r:
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Re.dr1 C..t 7 the Grade Deewrlptlea ( Land B T B Rome ./ wo_ Total TerNORTH Rot 1
Blumber OF
.,.... .1 ..t... Heady EXECUTOR April 17, 1044.OAYNAM '
NW\4 .m'4
DULt,4r1 ".et ......udieM County, Florida The poUt will Notice I I. hereby Klven that 1 D. RACE3TRAW.Executor.. LAD2LL11 ,\ of no 10 .. I' 114",. B.Il..ba 1,05WNW5f
b at voting have flied --
.datln open on the my .
tu 81) 11 41 81
N of
.Ull thatpOfI.1 day of sold. bond election from ". ut<>r of the .state ofrOOAY CN 440-April 10; Loto .74 to 110 A51 of NWU coo
I. h.reb,.Motion will 7:00: o'clock AM. until::00 o'clock NAM B. EACKBTRAW, deoeaied, May: 7, 10. II, ../... / to 101 A mat t.o Rwt 11 tl It Coloa Oral.ser 1.50NNEit
; fr..hold.r .. Dlo. PU. on the cam day. 801 A III to est A.
In 11,11. Dr.fl Florida. All duly qualified elector residing ItT to 517A417to !: of NEEexo
of Hondr, ..coua1Y.: 1914he within ouch Dlitrlct who .U ti no to 137 A Hwy 371 1F.. L. Duna" EIIt. IUtm'4'1iOforWN'1aiOi
'1 nth d.' .f lu." are r..I.t.r.4 freeholder on the UI to H' .so Rdfo'r
. \11' ", fd.drmillinipeerl5t ..uob"rid date oC such election hall b* NOTICID : 71a:5"Harney! Maddoe 1/1.71 N1 II Ne.ley Davis 1111 i
bonds of entitled quail fid and : .. bamarlse = 0.01DIFFENRAUGH'S : '
permittedto I.
the' vote at such election, Notice I I. hereby given to the following perion that t.n..lbl.p.rlOnal Wit It 1n Joh W. A Tboa Do
n9tloi ed tooflnano. the provide property: taxee aiieeied In their name on the HOI Tax Moore 1111De t tIt
....11 con.trectlom of ed however that any qualified Roll are delinquent and unpaid and are now drawinglnter.it at ADD TO LARELLE 111 It 111 ft N A 111 i

,,01.llIeD and end dralnaie 1m. .who letor I*residing else a freeholder In ouch on.uchdate Dlitrlct the rate ot U% per month: with a minimum ef ..tg1)( ; percent.Unleaa Lot: ena ltd --_, Mid State Homes lea 11.01 ID of ew Cot of' '
lit works inch delinquent tangible peraonal property are paid Lot. I A / eso lid A Jane Aeachtl. 1/ : t
nay vote at such bond election before the tint Yanur raol. wfl .
of will
day June. H64, warranta laauo thereon ft "
- upon compliance of with therequirements dlncting levy upon the seizure of the tangible personal property: Lute I A 9 Alice wna Bailee Groot 1:1:: : -N 10 U 10 NOB.S 1Mid State Hom. Ina 101.11
Pharmacy Bectldn 100141 rth. tupaY.r tor Ynpsld I'
tone. 011
: ((1) (d), Florida Statute A. 0. Ward, Hendry County Tax Collector. Block S. Lot 1 Frank A Leona BlI1uD' .1.11 NWI4 ere R" __ 11 /1.. It Erwin A. A Gladys Robin II1.n '

'oeB.: :. F. PAIOB Flock 17. I L Do Xeli Jr 1.1r QARFtICLD Lots ID H /4 II 1 a
PIZZAYU r Board of 8upervleor NAME OF TAXPAYER AMOUNT DUB oc 17,Loot 10 b Block I. II to
*. Adklna, W. H. S 117.n / 1>. D. Jr A Unl. E.U 11.1' II ___ __ Robert O. Gardner (10.11
Hendry County, Florida. A"W Rout Bur 11,111 Block 3 NRy N A fC RR IIJtb 111 tl A. W. A 111.1 Lewrnga. .. ,
2-3311 CN-451 Hl.ckms, 11.48 .'.16a'iorr.t ._ / Fallln A Ballet IUl MIDWAY f 111 )
May: 14, II, 11. June 4, 11, lilt Brown, oMi.. 101,11 Block I" Lou t.7. Lot It Burton R. BI..r 615 ,
Bailey, Duke 111,71 1.9 Alice Bailey Intake 7.10s.r rEtl4.l"'ta ..... Burton a. mre.r 1.IS U. :
- Bunh W. 3) 18.n LINCOLN0SQUARE Burton a. 81.n.r _
Booth, Ch.. A Carolyn ...0'Ilrackin. NW Con
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Dorothy J.n. 301ltranlley SEE of PARK NO. I ID I. nil.
Lachine IT./1 soIt to I'OB 5 100ft Block t tab 01.11 I4.P- Cowala 1:1: : ; i
: Smith ...
Call, RalIIond 14'.0' W 13.11 It S 100ft Block so. 01.48 Sawyer
Cochran, Jam" fl8,91Caron W100.1ftS110 8QUARIII' !
Trailways John Tarf hip ft W 10531.5 13,0 : to N110ft POH 011 1A B. Ir. A Movie Kelly 10.10BUSERS LINCOLN PARK N0 I SD _. 5/ nil.
._ CI..loton Watch A. Jewelry: 11.30: ADD TOLAUELLE Rlnnk 11 Lets 11.11 Ida Ad.... .. -. .0. '
I'.nl.I, U.o N. 11.80 101 19block OARFIELI PARK SD .11 .
Elite Cafe A. Grocer (Jane S. Gajadha) 00.11Fla ftLot. mock .. Lot tI D.nlll. Small r I."
likecompany Cane Products in,. ,110,01Uraingsr 1 to f__...- Roland B. 1111. 9.54END Block 10 Lot tii Denele Small -= 1:11: ,
treats you Cecil 11.11I WOOD PARK: Block: Ile: Lots Dennb Small '. .,
Orover Archl 1411Oool.by. II" It All N ml canal AW
I. L. 33511Ohdei Block 1. Lot 1 Edgar Jack D.vl. ..11 of ltd T5 It tll.'O ;/
Loan Corp It.n Block. 1 ..== A. W. .. Jewel Lawrence whLANKPORD
Glades Ihat..nt 139.1Cult OAR. IlIook.1 N of J\R A. W. A Jewel Lawrence a
Oervia It. (Maosina) 10.1' lIENSWASHINGTON I .. II ,
Harn Uses A Mary stIO lack I Lots 1.-1. Baeee Stewart I.U I'D T1 It J

Holland liro.. 111.11 cock 41 Lots 1:0.: Marc Wright -= 3.10: LotOesoMlltt '.U ,
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H.ndr Co. Hock Ca 1,188.0' I:loch 41. Let .Jule Wllllame A sod Rd Hwy "r. E.ele Paulk ,

Harlem Cult Service 53.73Itery WIDE' ACRES.: EST.NO. Lot /, M 11 ft, sa e .. eM1i.Pau1kMae i '
Ada hies R..t.ur.Dt Ill 1 SD 145 I' Rd Hwy .. --. Eubr > .n p
better) MaBaught LIT Lol.
Dorothy W.
: (maybe ) Herring Mehl" 111.11Hilton Block G. late II-Ii v
Groa 09,14Inman Nt4 .f Na.\4.:\ A IW4'if \ IUOARTON flD T 41 It

?.: '" ";.1<" Honos A John Sheppard: 114.40 NEE era Hwy 110." Block: : Lot gee I..n.r4 V X.ht ui ,.
,,/ ... .0-< NEIL of NWSI 1 U II I't. De..4 Fruit Cora ; 11.1.
; t bra"for4 ;
I Johnson Nobls A Vera II." BlockRw J005e Lee -
"Y \ Jones. U. 1>. A EIiDor June 1.11Jot's W100ftofI1110ftOL II l1"t I coo N I
1/ U Her Silk
/ I era Rwt noon = 114,11O.L 100 : :
; ", / : Cut' N Curl It;: t A All '
,, Arthur L A Juanita a. 1 ae Rw ui ;
I S new river K.hl _
J"I Jones Texaco Service 41.00June. Maynard V.
j I j'/i ," r < I .....I. Sprits 11'.11 anal :)Two_ (malll.landoi 100 II Howard Sherman .1.11 Hwy
t' Judas Henuly Nook (Julia May: Sale.) 1.11I Block Lots Maynard' V. Kohl lHI
" ./< Lakeside Puce Ber. lit. .10 N\:\ ::u..Wl.t era InNN Block :: Lot. 1 1.1:: II Helen. Shore Psaros F.rm.-Ina 104/0 r t
141 North
Lee Scott, Farms 16..11 sf NEIL ofNW N4, S of ,
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f .0. ". Low.. Marina Boats Motors 11.11 IL 010 Rwy I' .1 II take Flash4 Cleering ACoenbuntion n..II... SEE
Maddox, Harny 11.61Norris. Ca n.11 of IIFJI4 0. .X" 8.A. Ina./1111 t

I4.nd. Jamie bra A.H.Forre.t_Whltfl.ld 511.11 11.11 BID\\4 of NWiL 11 U I' Cu"otrllGtlo.L k. Placid.Clear C... Ing_A 71.03Bu o t/ewloot: lJ':. U U :: North IboN A p.telala Farms Owens lliet I rl.

Mont.,'. Jolly Rogers Flit Camp 18.0' t-! Block B. t 41 -= 715 t.L.G. Jl IorU J.ekson 1101: I
I Nail, W. Co 11." INftrL RlvW Hilton lld..n William..1S I i.i.Lot.
Nobles 1.14Nixon ltlw to l4 Block D. Lot 4 Co
R. Do air A. Mlnnle
A Taylor 113,51Orange eel tlno-N to FOB 135 II Lab.Construction Placid ClNHOg Co, A n." U.n 1Juetb: r '0.01 \ f

I Motel Gold elot.' CORoom, Ro.ell Homey 1,077I'.trick 11.191ial4 Dew ItO n N of III ", I
r Lo 0. 360.55SDiroh Con GL a-W .U It Block B. Into 1/A B. A Judith 0. r (
Franklanin 11.14
.tk k" loha Li A V.ro 0. ILU N 100 too ft-S et to POB l' U 01 O.a L A Rosa Bake 13.19W / LaUoia ) I
Schmidt William Home Ranch '11."/ BW$V. N of loot it Redding b I' 11..1 "\ N
Shell Oil Ca 161.18 thwof ._ 151 II Roger L. Davis Tr. 17,01WFU11.55 BloUDt J I
Seminole R..t.ur.nt (T. I. Crawford) 17.41 : ADD NO. I I
Sullivan. Daniel ....11 WR low,. rDo ?- It U I' Roaer L. Davis. Tr ..... HARLEM Klock .0l It
Texaco rllllnlr Sta. (Toph.m) 10.10Tyndnii Handler Hrt. SD diTt. to F.lbert Allen Br. ...i. 1 'J
W. W. A C. F. Rou 1611 Lot 111 a 4. It lophia & loa.. 117Ber Lydia. Mltch.n 11.73II10ek
','8&0. Service lit. (Jerry A. Whit.) 8'.41 Block Lobli91.1 Anrellne & 1Maloa E.t 116: h .v
The TropIcal (J. R Fountain) 1..... SItt ID Clf NW 11 ('hurch I : M
Town Foist A Rdwe (I. T. C.oon) 311.11Wsehlogt.n Cm Elt N. Lot Le. ma Can" I'
;. ::0 fgfIC t IU :
Carl 111.11 .-8 : Block P. Lots It'!: Lane; .:
Willis, H ) 111.11 line lit. Rd-llm'l Lot -1m. Cant lI.n
a..0. .Wj. rcCIaICk Lot I' _
Worm. 11.10White' : al. Rd Hwy to pt .

H'i so nice to go Trallwaysl Our highly-trained! travel Williams. .Ile.t.ur.nt 1'0' lot.9,01" J'QB fJ of ne II.-W Rd Hwy to 'U It lass _Ja. Ir. Dorl.. 10.11 Block Q Lot tO '1.3.. Thurston Srnut Mnt Hilton-=== IIU: r I IThur.tuD

William, Fr.nk Tractor R.I. n.ol L..BELLII A Katharine
backwards to answer questions CITY 0" .
experts bend over your 101,11 7110Lot
Youngs Harlem Funeral Home Hilton
/ /t 01bilk. Lot
Help select the most fDIIQ'i Claudia N.e. Footer I.n
courteously, completely. you ft .. I' Robort p.t.rm.D 1610

scenic routes. Smooth out every detail so you enjoy a of ftN SID 11 Cor-W.t-lD 100 100 1 40 1..1. Walters ,.." I

happy trip on America' most modern buses. r tt-e 76tb to I'OBQ )
re' nwi ,:_. : it B. Douglas K.lli Ir. HARLEM ADD NO. S I 1
: u 11,11 I 41 14
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landor .. much "' ,
li that the following Humphrey
hereby given .lf 5't" Lot 44 Diners ,11
..Iarl111eN thereof a* will b* necessary to pay the amount due for taxe heroin 11111.111k. I.9. Lot.Lois Il 11.14A Robert R. Na01111 ".00 Block Block R. Lot 1 Wltltart Lena P. McCoy !i.1! I
of such aal and ad- Jr.
let opposite to the lame together with the coat Lot .
vortlelnc will be told at public auction en the lit day of Jane, 1104 I ft .f Lot 10 1>. 1>. Kediy Ir .1.11 late 10 tole j
beginning at twelve clock noon at the City Hall of the City: of JONES A LARADElD Helen Frialer _, i .1
Clewleton, Florida. The land. are below described according to plat 1 Robert Johnson 101
Sri, BLK. 1 /3 0bilk. Block S. Lot ',11
record la plat book 1 page 71 to It Inoluilva of the current FublioRecords .A..Lot. 4 to 1 n. n. Ir. A Emily 11. Block :T. Lot f Thome MeCray Oarry Jr.Brneat Oil

of H.adr County. Florida.Richard. II.UIOD, TU Collector Block U..W'A U II Melly00Yel. A-. -ice" .UO .Block_ u... Lot:::, .I .__ Kraut, MoCrLewi */,--- -_"_.i ...0 t

Owner Lot Block Amount BIelINvl' SW e1I'.. ..." Lot 10 _. C A BUndrTarver 1,11 .

Luther Lowe Except 1180' of BU' :-t /s Leo A Clark Bell .I
of NH/' (IImpr.v."taonl ft-N 60 flWO Lot II Claudia 1.11 .
) o. lot 1 1 S 1.... ft.-4 10 It to I'OB I dl II W. L. Kin' Be4t. 141StBlock0 MorrliJohnn Jr A Marthsy i
Charles A C.rolln. Booth Ell' of U. WU' of 1169 II." Lot II Clark ]' .
a. W. Crouch lot 11 .011 1,11 It 0gft- I. liaao A Belma. SCott 1.16.

John David T.Lo Cockrill A Betty I. Carlton lot'lot 1.. a. of lot 1 1011.01 IU'11.8' 4ftW$0 ft to M ft.-'l.-. 41 1A Douelai Kelly 14.71AIXIN Block X. :U t 13ff John Fred A Do Aims* ...mHARLEM Casts /! ;.
of lot 11 Ifl 1.11Ramon
Keller Con.tnetlo" Co. Kit\
From Cltwlaton 1 wsy Rube Onto lot 10 Itll .n SD BLOCK dl / 41 80lat. ADD NO. It..
/5.// Ramos' Rube' Orta 16.0 I lot tU. Ofllll 1.111 1 T Church property ':'.'- 11,11aU I 8D 111 14
ST. PETERSBURG Kathaine Hogan of EaT' HI01/7816 BQ BDSD Block o-JAtiTi'l': David It Pattleon A r. I
l'/t' Hour fttterU short route lot III 100." 54139 Richard A Anna Million tit.IS
NEW YORK. $J ..llTh Ralph E. Tillman lots 11, It 1111 .7.1. Lute 17.31 ...ITftW )I. I. Mlles 15,73 Block J. Lot Flail A Birnlc Anthony 3.51Lot
lot II 11.55S Block /l 00 10 = The Olorloue CommunityHollneii
enly Thrm service Hal, .IjhBfu'llI..a.; ; lots 10. 11 m 11.10 : ft.1:..r.:1Dt.J Church of Jeiu' 1.41. '.,
MIAMI 3.15 lot / Cb 1 lULLS COURT S. .. 14 i!
Samuel" R yldds m .UIi .
4 CoBTralent trip dallr Rachel Angell' lot 1/ _111.11 / 100 FOBS ft 3Jaok 31. A Betts > Lots II-II ..;- i Henry Harbuok :=: 1U''
LOS ANGELES '11.'' I A Mary: Co WllklDlCa lot 4 1191.N III 17 .11 It to Davie .1.0. Lots II to __ J...* Mitchell. .=; t'
W, k.1: lots 1/ to II, .10' of U 111 130.71gtanin LABS'fi'ESD sir.14 NWU of IBU of
II '
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Thra service via DalaeTIAILWAT6 3dma lots 11/ .1' 111,11C ft1 tl John UcKinna -
BUS STATION a. ohnlCD a lots 10 to II 111 111.81)T'homaa Loll T Charlb Iwo Jlrpant fUOLORENA B..ID ..i.int

YVIunrRAllWAYs.r A Raynola St11ee lot 11 UI 1.11I 11LotiC11 NW Cor Beo. I4-ID
W. 8D N\6\ 11
N. FrancUe AT rk.
W. A R..ola Stll.1 lot 11 UI 1.11 US ft-if/to: \IOOU! Product 555.15NWY
Thomas I 1.11Jame :to: 14 41 14 I1*. Can -
Los Judd tot It
Rs.mll B. A Tempi. K 1.11: Lola Wootel Maddox IU' r'111I
lot 4
Patricia Owenl WRENA SD 554BWC(55
\ lot 1 B '.If .. 1 .. II \ 01 NEiL of
Jackson .
A Dort
Robert S41. 1 /1 o ....
Russell N. A T.mple Lou Judd lot 1 C f:1:.: W Co 11. A. Pearl Conner .... of Arthur J. .Au..t--;
D.t.l'lt. R 150150
Ru..n Russell B.B. Judd Judd lot 0 1.55 Cot OLit1 :150taE4LN 1/ /1 I4 Murlil' Orlib 411Warm ;
I 14.11 I. Clf
big 0. .U \-W 100
I WOKIO'C MM TOURS MOW KIAOV'ttli r.'I::'I .D' Alr.port hsegns ISO ft-N 141 ft-B 100 """: Blumberw 4.05
lot/"-_ asd re*_ '..' few.' ) Airport bu..... 5111I I1 '. .
Jim Cockrill 8.t 1 to optu -i' i ib Alloo Lynn Bailey Grant 110.. Bin itr'ftTat

10 r B. B. Montgomery II.41B.
'. .0.B ft--I r..IO.t;of a $It B.: Montnomenr = 4.07 .
1141 ft-B :
N1I4.10 fl tII.o' I 41 tlRITBRVIBW W. P. Andrew '_ lil.ll Block II, /= .
: PARK: Y tA RlchaN V. Ph.lo. 7 0.11
8D I. II W K tot I D, W. Be.N.l.f
Lot II to II xLAHEiXapARK Lot II Richard ... Can. ....
oov Rwy 50Mar W.le1o Andriw ...1.11BU. RlolI.rd I. Cone _' 3.1) ,
eo I 41 : : i
American! .. I, tau II t. 14 Oscar Laniford Jr.LAUELLD IM1AJIo r:411.'iiTt Leonard L. A Nancy R. I
in.aBamber! ANDRSWS' 1I 11.11 .,
Swing out'in style / f1 II Block 111. Lot II Mary Wilde* Crura .11
Block .. Lot Lynn Barley E'* 0.LSox.SOft Block 1f/. II 1It .
trip on W .id. eio Lot 11, All Lol 1ano /
SWINGING) IAYINGS-Thrifty a lot }0111It N A ID It ha.. L A Carol,. S.
8 0 U IB Cur 1 01 1Mar Waldo Andrew 141.It Booth 111 '
American 440 conv.rtJbl.l.tI your \Block St', W1 ft !
of' Lot t-II Sft LotS
.iM the roof In ttyitt/ :choice Lot 44 to II ___ llara" Effle Torano II." The Tre.tue of Dlooe

black, white, gold or turquolM topi Loti IT to 10 Sarah JffI. Tor.a. 10L34Lo of So. Florida 1.01Block
LABKLLB HBlOHTl 101. Lot I The Reedal Lumber Co. 111]
etnoextricoitfRambler's Sl I'plf1D R: k 101, Lot::: U R. W. Crouch 17.77David i''
: I 1sU- Blllr Lohl.y IUOB 111::k 107, Lot 4- '
8D = I1 1/ N y L. A Betty Carlton 4.71 ,
Lot Jam. A. King '.'0 B 1oOkfiok"t L : R '
J:1IIO 4J II t. II T. J. Jr. A Ida Crawford .U... pa l
FORDNP/ARRtCD D. O. Harrb I.If ,
11 II Block 111. Lot 11. .'
lea. 1. Lot* -! Solma 14.11
t B. Bowen : 1 Audra Bower -
1t 13.11r Uerglann I r I"- := nn: Block 141. DM\ Lot
U Chari.i A Barbara oFrl" pets 11 Keller Conit Co. Ino. 110
Lot 11 Hill\ Saxon _. 11."
Sea b Lo it= F. A. Davis tat II '"' Hill 8axon _________ lO.ld
t 1i Coy Fortner = IU:: IilockHlogk .o.: t/
It.: ..... Elijah Given ..- 1404.Lo to 55 Rufu J. A Hattie Devan 1.71 t\
\ /I Olli, Ma. Coleman il"BVi(, ;
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Lop 8..0 Anna llnrlo fh// lot II Jennle Toull ______ l.ll
Lot III J. N. Chaney '.18 I 1
1/ Tim Curti. .
II." It1'cj118.1t"i I
-T .- Lt 111 John oI..e. It.4' Julian M DI kao.'......... 1.11 1 i
t UI Je.'flold JoblllGn 8." ) 11 Ora Frltchey __-___. 1.01 I
Loti UI 1I i Tim Curtis: 11.0' Block 117. W 41 ft tl I
tI 11111 to Lot I-All I Dorothy Jane Brackln _. .... f''
Coy Fortner 33,3 Lot* 11-10 T. J. Jr. A Ida Crawford 1.11 f
Block. DO. WH(, Lot r I
BD / /1 11 R. Hogan 4 It w1 YIS '
MILLER I-B I7U. ft Katharine .
Lot 4- -= aalma Bo..." '.!/ Block IT,. Lolt// '
Lot II J. L Mcrarland 8640 .. Sarah Fountain 41.01 I"
Lot liBUNSET = Delol.li.goet. { !1t
Selling Spree PARK: SU 11 3/ Block ".. Let I.' Bather B. Tiylor ?.:; I ,!

Spring Block B, fcrSoViJi: Louie Im rtJ1't.o.. Adam,:_ __ 101 444 Lot Block It 171"."...,.Lot...., I Loon Either A B.June Taylor Bembry-_ ..... i! f I

Block a Lot IT n Juanlta June. ._ ..r4,44 Block tl.. Lot 11Bloik I
ita II." Leroy Turnig .... Lewis Sprit Joins 1.14 }

IIlr Joe 1'. Pop Bitate: 1..11 [liWH Clyd A. Helen Clark ___ HIT f,
!) Let II Church of the Living Block IU. 'Lot* II
(Where the buys arc .1 Oed. HOMO, .ArUla t. 14 Ralph E. A Ruth Tlllmaa 10,1. "
Jackaon.. Tr. .... mock 40t. Let Samuel R. Field _. '.11
Ancell. 1.11
Loti Rachel
o-p.DI med.els lI.r Jo ROM ___ Lot It r
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Only 1b1ll"I1-, 700 .n "thle a.. .......WI. Block 411, Let 4 t town: Lee A Mary a WU. till ,; :
YOU NAME IT wt'vt I There's smart new Ullit C.natruellesr Lot 40 Meats[ A Ally mil ,
cot'.ml -
... Adv.oced .
..umer. ......prllI.NOt. Block A Loll n.TI f"i 411. LoU It '
Rambler American priced Just right for you. Come In DouItl..fetJ 1In....a CerlOIJcoArntOt'. a.d. mad Iat ..../ Joe 0BoN Clara 1 Block Block115 \ W. B. Bailey 171.74
w..lullrtcMlOft. / \ Lout58-
UOOC.tItUo lr 1,.. Block E. 8 "/ tI AMeek. 111.It t .,
end Hardtops Rhode
see our sporty new Convertibles, smart I II Stools A. Yelma I

I roomy Wagons luxurious 2 and 4-door S dansllat "' M I 111 I.... A. Cochna Jy. ,.... Block: ...._LoU-=10* J. W. A Christine Olae' 1104 1111 : 1
TESTWEBICT-GO.IWMB11.B /1/.f1Hwr r;; Lot 11-11 .nn A Cleric Glue : '
Selling 501 'o"kw .- 1111 ,
Special savings during Rambler's Spring 111 ft S Cor Lot 10 It C. R. Johnaon I

Spree!Choose from 6 transmissions,3 thrifty engines CLAS.ID 0 A..OAN. iiflll for-'W. IC4" ,Block block.41 417./. Lot It_. Martin Riviera. 8.Baptlit A Pauline Chnrch ._ 111 r r'\'JI\1 I \

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parMlng Rambler Americans In alll L .. .. .. It Ce1oN&.k Corp till Block .... LoU t-
Howard BlleaettThen tutMr ;
pAVORI .D If 45 31tt Nkiklo5LLots: 1.. I' :,
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BEMBRY RAMBLER 'tV'f't:..Tii'i'i' Oerald Stewart 1111MT t1kl.t'Lete: : u. W.bel J. Whlt ey = ,

Florida 1 see Rwp If II It lharo U ?*_*. f *. Tee Foaataln ___ 11111
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321 E. Sngarland Highway aTl ThS MO 1 If 4. .11 I lec// Lot/ V7. L4 111d
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Unit met with local Mobile X-Ray Unit to Hendry; secretary
.,. 10 THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewllton, Florida feet wide at that point! areas not covered In the aurvey Chairman J R. Spratt C M. county County for a series of visits and Jones ; Ur.. Assn

Thur.da. May 21. 1984 Witnesses told Deputy James Giddens, Jot M. Hall and Mrs.. members of Fort Lauderdale local volunteers helped the campaign man; Mrs Beryllkq! _.
Futch, members, Superintendent Fred Holfertt
:Wills that MaWs, believed to bea The members of the group Elsie with the result that a
Fred David Mathis. strong swimmer crossed the Mid their concern was for the Bible, Supervisor Carl vice-chairman, discussedthe : the !large percentage of the popwlotion Kneeht l1c1tJ ,ehllrman: ClartaCl'""
river about 3:15 with the of education their children Hornsby Finance! Officer Bud- organization briefly mobile
The youngster, identified as : p.m. quality has received a recent
South Bay Robert Harrison. 5, son of Mr. Harrison child on his shoulders. get during the Important son Graham and secretary: :Mrs. request of Wm. A. Baker whopresided. chest XRay. reviewedthe IIit
and Mrs. Bernard Harrison of On flat three grades of school, Bessie Burke Baker bad tlmt. ,
the return trip accordingto which led to Mrs Vera Webb, field worker the fifth Jell.
: Mondays
dewlston was saved by his father witnesses, Mathls suddenly they pointed! out that there are circumstances The of the
for the Unit
drownsin Trl-County told
man to 36.pupil* enrolled In some the formation of the TrlCountyUnit remaining
and another
man went down. Mrs. Harrison saw
Bill Baker heads of her work describing! herself rear; win fan theme
classrooms In
of the the primary
Mathis and
and of friends scream-
a party sis "hired help" rather than a das In June
grades. Mrs. Dan :McCarthy told the that Hen- AUI\IJt
riverA had been swimming In an area ed for help. He group field consultant Vember. \ IIId !iii.
asked board let found to have
fork the St. Lucia the to dry county was
on the south of Her husband and Ronald C.
year-old South Bay man River about live miles Seek of Merrlt Island, one of a policy of holding the numberof new TB group 11 active cases of tuberculosisand Mrs. Leroy Hare chairmanof
swimming In the St. Lucle River pupils in a room to 25 In that a majority' of the population nominating committee,
south of Stuart. the swimmers in the area,
near Stuart with these chest presented the following slate of
t a fiveyearold grades had not received a
The friends included Mr. and swam to assist MaWs and theyoungster. Organization of the Eastern
boy on his shoulders, drown Board members told the delegation X-Ray In over two years: The officers which was unanimously. PIZZA
Mrs. Harrison and Otis) Yarborough .- They were able tore.ch Ilendry County' Unit of the Tuberculosis
ed Sunday, in view of about 30 adopted:
of South Bay. About 30 the child la time but they were aware of the and Respiratory Disease 11 cases was four times the national
,y.j; other swimmers other people were also swimming Mathls had disappeared need In the Clewlaton school and Association was completed average of cases and W. A. Baker chairman; Al SugarlandPl
The victim was Identified as they were already working on officials became genuinely Foster, vice-chairman: ; Gene
In the area which Is 50- His body was found about an Monday night In a meeting at health
.1" hour later In 12 feet of water. the problem to the beat of their the Clewiston Inn when several alarmedThe Edwards delegate 1.0' board YU
ability within the requirementsof members of the Broward Broward Unit sent Its meetings; Mrs. Haiel Rogers, 2-3311
i the state department. They
felt that either a bond Issue or
19UI \\ Board discharges a higher assessment of property
would be necessary: to bringIn DEMOCRATIC
elementary teacherMrs. money enough to keep the ...,
I schools: up with the growth of ,'

I"5 DRIVING Frances Rogers, teacher the area. SAMPLE PRIMARY BAILOR..i,,: -
of exceptional children at the' Mr. Spratt. chairman told .,
dewlston Elementary School the visitors that he has already
was discharged by action of the discussed: with SuperintendentBible Hendry County
; I t t school board Thursday, followIng the possibility of buying

f. reports of insubordinationto portable classrooms for the ;
Principal Mabel Maglll to county system, these to be used PRECINCT NO. ",.
I.i i Mrs Marilyn Boone coordinator wherever the need is most acute
I.I' KEEP YOUR of the 5-county exceptional and on a temporary bails until 'J .r..r ,

children's program and to Superintendent permanent buildings can be To vote for whose is th ballot mark '(X) the
CAR SAFETY a person name printed on e a cross in. square at the ElGff
t J. H. Bible. The built. These buildings would of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote except for Delegates in which case you mark Jr
dismissal took effect Monday at coat about $8,000 per classroom a <
X in the circle
SERVICED. ( ) only.
the close of a 10-day suspension. it was estimated

i In other business the board
Prevent accidents due
The board received a delegation granted the Senior class of La- STATE Official Presidential National CommittetmaD
I to faulty car care. See of 19 parents of) firstgraders Belle High School the privilegeof Preference Primary Ballot
II II I us for thorough atito- or next year first gradersin missing classes on Friday GOVERNOR
/ (vote for
dewlston Elementary School, and Monday, the weekend of one)
.. \ motive service now! asking for relief from crowded May 15 to make a class trip to (vote for one) Place an (column) the circle at the Richard D. Barker
conditions already prevailing, Nassau and gave permissionfor Ha don Barns top of the of the group of
and inquiring about plans for the teachers who will chaperone Robert Kin High delegates for whom you wish to A. G. .(AI) Broderson
: Redish Service caring for the certain Increase the Harlem seniors on vote. Napoleon B. Broward[
next ;year. Harry Vaughn Jr., their class trip to Nassau which Joe Carrin
acting as spokesman for the will start on June 9, the last COUNTY
Candidates Grover Cleveland
parents, said a telephone our day teachers are on duty.
vey; had located 100 first-grad Board member Giddens commented TAX COLLECTOR Preferring Jim Fair
Phone 2-9471 for Free Pick-vp & Delivery Service
ers next ;year and It was estimated that "Skip Day" is getting James Jimmy James
Cleviston the number would! be Increased out of hand and suggested (vote for one) LYNDON B. JOHNSONFor
Sugarland Hwy. John J.
by children In homes that the board set some policy T. E. Hedges Kennedy
without phones and In nearby limiting the time permittedfor C. J. Lovvorn PresidentDELEGATESATLARGE S. L. Kilil'ore

such trips, other members Bill McCoy
agreed that such action will be o ,
. 1I'm w "tt'JI II_ _m wise, and that it will be considered CONSTABLE J. B. Rodgers; Jr.
.. .... lIm at a later date District No. 2 Elliott Roosevelt

The board granted permission Rex Sweat
for "of the school bus to (vote for one)
THRIFTY DRUGSFRIED use Warren M. Goodrich Leon Whitehur t. Jr.
L. Powers
transportH club members of Organizing Chairman
the county to the camp at Lake 8. J. Ridgdill
FILLET OF BLUE WATER FISH (Placid July 14 Farris'BryantSpessard National Committeewoman ,

.," French Fries Cole Slawor The superintendent was authorized L. Holland
to employ! W G. Perryto George A. Smathers
make the annual Internal audit ." Adams I
Tom .
Cheeso and macaroni casserole of all school accounts, at "
James W. Kynes 'j; (vote for one)
with tossed salad S4.23 per hour with $15 travel Thomas D.

.' Italian bread or roll butter allowance at and an $35 estimated supplies! total allowance Doyle E. Conner Bailey Annette Baker

: 581 2 for 981 cost of $800 The previous year's Ray E. GreenJ. Ann M. Cramer
internal audit by Mr. Ferry costa Edwin Larson Nancy W. Evans
Thrifty breakfasthot total of $672,06, the superintendent Warren M. Goodrich 4 :
cakes with syrup butter coffee ,..... 39o reported and said the Walter 0. Gibson Jr. ,: .' i' Catherine C. McCall

"' 'W 'WR': $300 amount named was onlyan Richard A. Pettigrew ; :
I $... -. _a ... estimate Robert E. Knowles -lt .
Present at the meeting! were Lawton M. Chiles Jr. ; ;. :i' 'i1

1\ Robert M. Morgan ,..1. o.
James Jimmy James ., ; ,

Alice McMahon r
Faa B. Owles r

Ann Spears Stover
Ann M. Cramer
Nylah Bell m! '; \..
Mrs. John P. King '"
Juliet J. Marshak
Mildred M. Feller ,' t.
N- +1 n
Mrs. Robert Williams t
Mrs. J. T. Rose ** t.flo '.
Jr. ;; ,,< / ,
I Miss Louise E. Pickle ir i1
/ b Mary K. Parrish ., :11 'r" .
4n Catherine W. Williford ":- "

Catherine C. McCall .

\ Mrs. Svdney Weintraub :

Judy Weissenborn :1'S'..

< VOTE E .... \11'
DISTRICT '" '1..1:1";: If;'
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h e SIXTH Congressional District ;
J ; ,
:; 1 : Welcom II. Watson i"

Cecilia C. Doherty

tt> _." T; .1 I .._ .
for choice H'l. ':;" ,: "f"ff.; ." .'. 111 ,. :. .. ""
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your ","J n4: ;J .

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..1. for ./' .ot...... .
.. In compliance with ," ,
County Florida Chapter 101.20. Florida Statutes l!>G3, the Board of County Commissioners of h nen ,
Governorand ; hereby publish the above sample ballot.

tl" ,

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e for .; w Complete Line Of

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:' .1' 'ii': Building Material

C. J. : l ., : -' : .

LJ?i ii I.. LOVVORN 'a ,", For Large or Small

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;a f( I 'w't t Concrete Jobs, Our

h i Your Most Qualified Candidate for : I Controlled Trucks Will

11. ..! .ck.
b J Deliver Your N.JQ

"t" TAX COLLECTOR ly and Efficiently.


YOU made LOVVORN high man in first primary


fc'i 5- '" Let's Do it Again! Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc.

Call YUkon 2-4411 ,
(Political> adrertiseme&l paW! by C J, Loworn) p" ... Ia
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Gewlston, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page U
Thursday, May 21, 1984


Harlem NewsNews
"(NFo1 110N Replacements.Installations. ,

LASSIFlED RATE.'i: I'0If PETE'S Cabinet Shop. Cuitarr Boats Guides Gas Ice Trouble Shooting* of Our Colored Community I
( word per lnJertlOD. 70 FOR SALETwo made cabinets. Formica ape Fishing Tackle Supplier) MRS. JANIE S. CAJADHA Colored New Editor .
Tank A
\\I per in- 'Septic
aonett four
minimum chare; 8-bedroom homes, clallst Remodeling kitchen Phone YU 2.7611WOMEN'S :
\ one Johnson's
for the price CJl ee.artloas frame, one cement block: No Job too big or too small. Fret Specialty BAND CONCERT
1-1201 one North side US 27, one estimates. 118 Central Ave. Yt Fishing Camp Call YU 2-6711 DAY
PHONE YUkon on South side Both excellent 2-4421. May21< The Annual Women' Day :
The Harlem Academy Band was
325 E. Ventura
ClewUton. Ho.
ap. condition. Both partially fur Celebration of New Hope Baptist i
wboet name presented In concert, Sunday
reno l elUlUled ads nished. Financing can be ar RtR Church, Pahokee, Fla. wo afternoon May 17th la the .! r
peat I the w ranged. a held Sunday, May 17, Women of ,
pick ap aw. palHl sgy school gymnatorium. The penformance
nay the church in charge
Crystal Theatre Frank Denmead. Realtor took place at 4 p.m.

papllmmb\the J\sJe)\ Paeses or the mast News be.ealled YU 2-3421 ''R ESJ nO:{I 'REtd' I Notice to my patrons day the services Mrs Vera through Whltfleld.out Clew.the Military Fart One Escort: Bennett ; b

ana theatre + lston was guest speaker for the
before Wed.uday. Gene Anderson HOUSE FOR BENT as Salute To Beethoven Rlngon
for Phone YU
morning; worship, and a large
2-7921 Ito ? p Myrtis Whiddon's Salon The Erie Canal,, Action Oiling
Beauty group of church member and
REAL Norturnal Interlude Pel :
NORTHSIDE borne or investment FOR RENT-Furnished cabin friends accompanied her for the Evelyn Johnson, Soloist ........... ',' i

under property' marketNORTHSIDE priced considerably Camp.and trailers.YU 21181.Johnson Fishing tic miscellaneous I for I Sale Will be closed from May 21 until occasion.Ladle serving a* captainswere Plain Accompanist Clyde_Blackmon : r:

Mrs. Johnnie Mae Thomas
-3 bedroom frame. FOR RENT-Trailer Ethel McRae, Mr. Emperor' Waltz Oslttng I
Trailer Mrs
FOR SALE-New Mobile Home,, Dedication __ Pels I
Furnished. Immaculate June
NORTHSIDE-2 bedroom spaces. Royal' Palm Trailer S bedroom. $500. down and 1. Albertha Wilson, Mr. Christine Paul Jones ....... .........
frame. Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic Smith Mrs Wattle Anderson,
take office .. .
u u $9.000. over payments. Inquire Piano Accompanist tl, nilulL '
Mr*. Fannie King, Mrs. Addle
FOR RENT-One Clewlston Trailer Park Clyde Blackmon
ACREAGE as available. trail- Smith and Mrs. Edna Thomas
we.'+e 8 ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 er. Clean, quiet Phone YU Maj28p Officer for the day were Mr. INTERMISSION
bath frame borne. Hardwood 2-1238. tin
W. H. Harn. Jr Rebecca Chestnutt, General
floor. V. R. Chairman Mr*. Easter MaCE Part Two:
1 I'' 323 FHA HOMES In Broward, Beardsley FOR SALE Packard sedan, Let us son, Co-Chairman: Mr*. Ethel Exodus "....__.-.". Gold
Palm Beach and Dade counties FOR RENT: one and two beautiful condition: new battery McRae, Secretary Mrs. Mary Mary Jane _._ Rober
various sizes and price bedroom trailers also hade new generator Ready to Harris, Financial secretary and Michael Qulntlne, Soloist ..., .'
FOR SALE Small cash payment spaces Clewlston Trailer Park, drive. Immaculate interior. Mrs. Pinky Lee Howard, treas Piano Accompanist I.X.IIL.UILL..IUJIClyde
FOR RENT Efficiencies and YU 2-661. tfc. Priced to sell See at "Chuck- AIR CONDITIONyour urer. Blackmon

2 I bedroom frame house, houses a* available. Well Motor Co. U Rev. W..14. Bouyer, pastor Chanson Triste Tchlakowsky
landscaped lot 100'xlOO1. Over 1,000 vacant lots to select FOR RENT Furnished two Glory and Splender __.,- Pete
I J'lor1da room, kitchen room, from for an purpose Various bedroom beachslde cottages FOR SALE-One 14 ft Thompson car SPECIAL NOTICESThe Freddie ADen Soloist _....,.-.
room, and at Fort Myers Beach. Mrs. J. boat and trailer. 1963 _
dinning Terms.INVESTMENT. (Piano Accompanist
price Band Parents' Club
| room C. Gill 2433 First Fort 18 op Johnson motor lonnle
utility! St.
AND INCOME Ford. Complete ,,'i installation 50plii hold it'* regular meeting Thun- Clyde Blackmon
Caa be seen after (:SOI PROPERTY. Myers. Fla. ED 54381. MayZSe Ue $ day night (to-night) at S:IS, in Toyland .-_ Herbert

*. Monday through Frt1171. $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent FOR RENT-One bedroom efficiency FOR SALE-American Trailer Easy budget'plan 299 Us the school library. This will be Song of Normandy Boadell I
CBS construction $23,000. apartment utilities 8x33 $400. Cash rest Bank ft- One Day installation the last meeting for the school Proceeds from this affair will 1

Broken protected LONG TERM, low Interest furnished. Couple only. Phone Danced See at Ehrllch Trailer term and all members. are ask- be added to the Band Uniform ,

Webb, YU S-U01 farm, cane, grove and ranch 'YU 24881. tie Park. J. T Clark lip ed to be present Fund i
l mat I.T. Mr. Freddie Jones, conductor I
mortgages, minimum $50,000. I
.1/\ff/ 1:30: phone YUM411 LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. FOR RENT-J and 3 room furnished FOR SALE-19SS Chrysler Deluxe BECK MOTORSPhone The P.TA. will hold Its last Mr. A. A. Thomas, principal I II

M. LANKFORDBeg. apartment Phone 2- Sedan. Clean, all-power meeting for the school term
OR SALE OR RENT-New doslex. 1271. tic radio, heater, air conditioned.: YU 3-1301 Clewiston
Real Estate Broker 24 8
bedroom. Car- Monday night May p.m.
[ three A good second family car. Call
1 530 East Sugarland Highway in the school library. All par :
Location: ObIspo St be FOR RENT 3 room house fur YU 2-5881 after 5 o'clock: in I Julia's
lire, Auto and General ents and Interested person are
i Corona and Pacific St* nlshed. Call YU 2-1236. tic evenings. Uc
collect. Lee Wilson (44- Insurance invited to attend. Beauty NookFor :l

,Lake Park, Fla. tin OewUton Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 ROOMS FOR RENT- Can YU FOR SALE Parakeets, $2.00 Mr, Annie Mitchell, That New Look

24881. tfe up Mynah birds. African lovebirds president Tinting, Styling, Cutting, No II 1

540 Acres FOR RENT-SmaH bouse. Fun monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet The demand for fat Appointments. Friday and
423 Acres of Highly Smell boarding. Thompson Wild CIIUHCH NEWS SaturdayFor
I pasture. Over M mne Adjacent to Clewlston. nlshed or unfurnished, $35 Animal Farm, Phone YUkon I- New Bethel A.M.E. Rev. L. Information Can Mill 1 I
ig on U.s. 27. Five" Cleared. Suitable for per month. See Mrs. Sloan. 433 1238. tic and stocker Holmes, pastor Mr*. Julia Sale, Proprietor
,_j from Clewlston. subdividingwill E. Trinidad or call H. P. John t. Sunday School .,, 9:30 ;
????? ?? ?? Ii
Frank Denmead Realtor consider Smaller 27 Tract son. Uc FOR SALE-Used House Trail cattle is heavy Morning Worship _,.._-.. 10:55

YU 2-3421 Frank Fronting Denmead U.s.Realtor FOR RENT-New 10'x56' house er. 1963, 10'xS3': $350 cash Evening Worship .-_._.. T P.M. 1

YU 2-3421 trailer with two bedrooms. By and take up payment YU tic 2- Buy only the Weekly meeting a* scheduled Harlem Club ))1

CEJIAOT/ ) GREATER THAN week or month. YU 23421. Uc 3421. previously Favorite Mixed Drinks, FriedChicken
EVER for houses, acreage FOR SALE $100 down. 3- REGISTERED CITRUS TREES cattle you want Sunday afternoon there will bea FlaIl Hamburger __ I: \

\\II Iesses. We have customer bedroom frame; not finished FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. special program rendered by and other Sandwich I

mUD,. List your property with but livable. $65 per month. M. Tomllnson, Ono Fla. Phone the choir Recorded Mush II
Ph. YU Mabel J. 1175 NW. .... tic You are always welcome to Popular BandsMr. '
J E. Beardsley. Whitney ., .-;; RE 5-2786. and Mr*. Will WaBaee
noL tic 79th street Miami 50 FDa. worship with u* Proprietor 1'\\
/ TV ,
Junk. -_- ... SET Guaranteed. $1893 -Sales Every Monday 1:00 P.M. Mt Calvary Baptist ... Rev. L. f I
215 Acres Cleared down, $14 04 per month. LAKE: M. Kitchens, pastor

Adjoining City 20 acre home tI"t APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-715L tfo Regular church service every Hilton's Grocery I j

site near Moore Haven on FOR SALE-Neir Kimball Spinet Sunday, with the pastor In Groceries: Freeh Meats
For sub-dividing. SR 78. Organ, $895. Holdrldge Mu charge Vegetable. Cold Drink, Eaential : -
Frank Denmead Kealtor Frank Dramead Realtor :ANNOUNCEMENTS I 1 ,I, MISC.$ sic. 'YU 2-4781. May28o Weekly meeting and choir rehearsal Items p
YU 3-3421 YU 23421I *, at the usual time and We appreciate: :your patron-) 'If
FOR SALE-Payroll' ] envelope, GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. date al. '.
GLADES MERCANTILE COM printed with form for social: Mrs. Emma G. Dixon, Mr and Mn. Than&elllllltea ""I'' I
PANY authorized Singer Sewing security, withholding and other Reporter T0pf M Ion II
Machine dealer'* agent will deduction Box of 500. Clewlston rbone WY C-3028 BeOe Glade. Fla. \

| Business Directory service sewing machines In New office.: U '
Clewlston area every Saturday. YOU 2-6248 YTJI 2-6248 YU 2-6248 YU 2-6248 'f I

Phone WY 6-5699. Belle Glade. FOR SALE ,Amana room air-
** H Hummmm mm mmmm
conditioner. Year round modeL HARLEM GARAGE
tieR | | I
Year. Neo DealerICARITHERS .
GOULD BROS. Reverse cycle. Cools and ,.,. :1
W. Bishop heats. Can 2-2681 after. 8pm.
PAINT STORE or on Saturday. tie & All new and ready j jI ;
SLIP COVERS and drape. Custom

RADIO and TV Lleenaed Centraeton InraredFEEE made. Complete line of FOR SALE-1937 Knox 41'>d', A IIMMI" I to serve you! | r I
drapery and dip cover fabric. 2 bedroom house trailer. C. F. ,
IALES J wrrn SEIYICE: ESTIMATES Free estimate, Can YU 2-S831. Blair Call 'YU 3-1501.. & Transmissions Tune ups Overhauls J3S I

401 l : BId,. 108 Bond St I11V4 E. SvarUnd Hwy.Fheae Van Cothern'i Custom Furniture Mayi IIlYfyl'I/ A Specialty
tfl I
and Upholstery. tie
Phone YU 2-4441 YU Will pYU 2-6248 Elbert Allen Jr., Proprietor 8f ;

CLEWISTONITRAIIER Net $350. per wk. ......1 FREEAT U 2-6248 YU 2-6248 YU 2-6248 YU 2-6241. I

SEE US J'OR'BOTILED Going established local biui- B 1
SALESNew GAS ness, with excellent profit 'I'i I
picture. Start making money I

& Used AppliancesSalesService All the equipment day you fixtures take over.and Al Fuller'sMary Elite Cafe and Grocery

S 32IE. YU 22661CALDRON'S supplies plus 2 bedroom a I
adjoining. $8,800 :
apartment H HEL? NUNttD t WOMEH l I
POWER GASCORPORATION total price. Corner Tennessee and Fourth StreetsHome

Frank Dennead Realtor ,I
YU 23421BLUM WAITRESS WANTED-Glade* Cooked Food. Sandwiches Cold Drink/ Candle ..
KWIS AND GROCERIESOpen Restaurant See Tony Toulli. Carter Paint Store Cookie and Ice Cream I
Exclusive Atmpsphere'
7 am. to 1 p.rn. CALL COLLECTSouth

U to 8 pm. Bay- WY 8SS21DZNDBY Beat Work-We Save You Money WANTED Full time maid. I Complete Line of Paint' and Supplies I Don't Service with a smile

SU Days COUNTYTitle Plastering, Simulated Stone Must be able to cook, iron I Phone YU 2-3281 forget to purchase a Clewiston News

a Week & Abstract Co. Stucco-Free Estimate and clean house. Will pay well. 1444 E. Sugarland IIwy. Clewiston Fla. | YUkon 2-7651 .
1 EVERY TUESDAY) Licensed and Insured Mrs. Pauline Howell, YU 1- ,
r. 'Title AbntraeU-'Title Insnraaeernblle Business 1851. Julio "" ''t.'t ,tit '
f Tour Spur of Moment Stenographer 23 Years In ,

Picnic Fhotoeopylng Dup eatlll, 3850 Lora Street WAITRESS AND CASHIER
Jmea East of OewUtoo Brldro St. and Park Ave.LaBelle Fort Myers, Fla. tic wanted. Apply to Gary Scott YU 2-6248 YU 2-6248 YU 2-6248 YU ;
Bare Beach ,Oa.n"Fla. 5-12111 P. O. Box 64< ED T-Oin or OX t287.IJ' Thrifty Drugs. tic U1 2C248a f \

Attention Don't Call Unless
Cattlemen Nurses Beauticians'Waitress.Maid lor housekeeping Bradenton s t

It tile time u _Udate EVINRUDESales jackets., Doctor'The only and uniform Barber'shop* area.. Write Live in William, permanent A. White position. -, Farmers, Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK You want fast service & '
a loaf term UNNIE'S
bash Intens, rata and ServiceNew for mile SHOP around.1633 Hendry 90S Orlando Ave., Bradenton, TO THE FUTURE AND You want to save money i .
with Fla. May28p
You want work .
Janltfe quality '
ederal Land Bank and Used Motor WANTED-Fulltlme housekeep a 1
Marine Hardware er. Come talk It over. Kie For alt
1e5 r Write Part and Accessories: Hathcock. Uc A lAw Cost Farm Mortfice ,; ,r.;: \
Marine Safety Equipment: Glades
W. .. MAY WAITRESS WANTED at Cane- All work
Type .f Reef and Will Famish Cash T. j types handy 35I
YUkon's-Stll AD
Ms Phone brake. Apply In tic
person Refinance debto. .
Walt Work w '
aid Metal
uqdtetoa Bonding Sheet buildings I Lawn and maintenance work J Joo ,!" ..
Florida R. E. WALDRONFor New Construction! er WAITRESS WANTED at Old Finance farm Improvement sew PW care .
chase wind machines and Install irritation. H
Repair South Bal'o&and Ranch.45 Must of Assist' .In puecles..1 a farm grove er taacb.S c$ Window and. trailer washing Mk r
Williams 2-7111 be between n year
Phone land.
Electric Purchase snore
prompt. Efficient Day or Erenowr. ige. Contact Carroll Benson tfomiscellaneous Provide capital fund for the farm enterprise We wash cars and polish them too; S !

Home deliveryOF : O. Box 1143CLEWISTON ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN .
1e tree TOE' MIAMI HERALD FLA. Wanted HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES **-We polish shoes and shine them tool!
/PhonTii I
mama I 1. Lower permeate.S. ,I.
Call Bobby GiddtmsYDS1M1 Longer. term (ap te II rear). 1;

__ S. Dependable serrteo (serving arricultoxe exclusively For 9 :
alaee 1117))
Double "A// Lots summer a or S bedroom trails 4. Fail privilege wttbeal penalty "
Business The most handiest in the land
I'orRev. man <
house or apartment. familiar via beat anse.Mna
(. Lens service >y local people !
Tribune KH
Tampa Julian Pope, pastor) North-
RoofingLicensed 75'xlOff: to 20 Alley Church. YU 24483.FANTES.Coupl. Contact So 5 Ii
a4Ft ilde Baptist U we easi he of Mrvlee te 7"'please write er phoew
across from Parkinson 4te. W. B. MAY If.... er DOYLE!: E. ABBOTT Aset Mgr. I I'HANDY

| Myers who nay be 1 MAN SERVICE % ; .
Bonded Fret DadoMonroeRealty on social security or retired Federal Land Bank Association : t I

News far easy rnalntfiian t work ck We do it right .if it takes tai nigKf i? i :

""IC ... All ''ypv Borne Delivery Hwy Jving quarter and utnitte of Bradenton Phone YU 2 248 Clewufon| '
;Phone: 11I4 PaIDUq W. 0. CAJIPBZLI'IIcDe 309 W. Sngarhnd urnlihed.. Call YU H421 or -
YU 3-1131 YU 3-2941 Write Frank Denmead OewioB.Ha. *- rBONCl'' 14MU1 BRADCNTON FLA. .
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Pave 12 THE CLEWIST'ON NEWS ClewlstoD, Florida Tampa Negro is "
Thursday, May 21, 198t
found in canal
James (NMN) Dunlop, 47, of
2308 Chipco Street Tampa, was "VACAJIO'and
found floating in the roadside w
canal cast of Clewiston Tuesday *
morning by passing motorist
Choice Location .
According to Deputy Sheriff
Calvin Swindle and Police officer -
for home or apartments Ernie Simmons, Ed Leath-
Jean Walt Leathlean, Robert : 4/"
Mann and Dan Wlllits of South :;,< "; ,i:
100'corner location Bay taw the body floating while ,,'>" ,:
enroute to western Hendry

i north side of highwayboth County.wearing Dunlop a was cap and fully shoes clothed Officers d ;' .wH" :" ". 3

streets paved; service alley. nor could found they no sign determine of foul play bow NEW FORD"!O!, '. ><.. ',><,,\.,,,": '
he got into the canal There ,
were no signs of tire marks to
Call indicate a car in the canal, nor
could fishing equipment be
found to indicate be was fisting "M
in the canal, which is a popular .
',' J. E. BEARDSLEY fishing spot.Officers :j .,
were trying to locate } : "
REGISTERED DEAL ESTATE BROKERE. relatives at press time Reddick L1 n.J
Funeral Home was called to .
Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2.7501 the scene to pick up Dunlop,
which was about two miles east
of Clewlston on :US 27 on the _
north side of the road. __III




Chef Ernest McCray Get away from It all In a Super Torque Ford Hardtop,brad In open competition,built for the open road,

.< is ready to broil for YOU At our price you can afford both !

In 1
1 A Selected, Top Grade U.S. Choice
t1' ,
Get away from old car worries! Our sales are at a record high so you can count on
,. ,. New York Cut \' ,Trade 'em to us and hit the road in a new Total record savings.Our selection is the Industry's widest-
Performer from Ford. Head for the hills. breeze to so you'll find the!ideal model for your family...your
= : the beach..with that carefree feeling you get from a finances. Come in and test-drive a Ford, Falcon or
: :;, SIRLOIN STEAK solid Super Torque Ford, the smoothest, steadiest, Fairlane, a hardtop, convertible, wagon, or any vacation -
," ,. strongest car in its class by hundreds of pounds. -ready Ford during our big Vacation Sale.VACATION .
; .(Available from Noon for those who cant wait until 6 PJ/)

Served in our dining room

every day
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...: / \ f'PLAN:! NOW Enjoy Dining Out Gel away Irom K eu lo a hlcon Nardtop,

Get away from k a6ln s Falrlane wagon. :,....."....


Florida Telephone YU 2-350!
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Sugarland '
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,. r------ OfHENDRY

"YOU, the taxpayers and voters; are entitled

.' ': to FULL-TIME service from all public officials. _" : ,

:'1 Please consider this on May 26.1 I will, if elect- Native and lifetime resident of Hendry

;; : ed, devote 100% of my time to your service as County

t : :ii'j Tax Collector, and will ta] ;: r years as
,,1.. business activities. I that "
: assure you your and office
4 manager for automobile dealer.

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

i)x_! efficiently in all parts of the county. Adequate .
of LaBelle School. Night
1' ':I I\\ A facilities and personnel will be maintained at High

,I,,,; !f'' all times. t school student in accounting at Edison

k1il Junior College in 1962

I rf.J .
A family man wife Janet daughters,
,itti! 'Thapk!) you for your consideration.; ,

Teresa and Carol and son, Paul, will also

appreciate your vote and support.
IN. pol .tv. 1\IIId\ by T E. f'dgu camp. trau )