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 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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i Two 12 Pages DJThe Clewiston NeWSj

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e "Dedicated to 'the advancement of Ilendry County and America's, Sweetest Town" .:,l,

VOLUME 37 NUMBER 22 CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec. S45,3, PJt Subscription 84.00 year .1:

_, f H I I heel Sugar's Fear than is labor an Achilles acute labor ;Hedges, Burns are tops in run-off Ii I ISeeond

-M ii nnaigaBB.aBaaa B shortage will fax the sugarcane ,
.NOTIIER TRIUMPH FOB SUGARLANDI members were praised for their eiocOeot per- and vegetable Induitrlei )

I Be'? rf dewMon\ HK School was seared formance and for the telfdlacrpllite they demtnWIID In Florida was expressed by T E Hedges, LaBelle, won Hendry county joined the state '< I ,
the IJonl CoAfrnt.loa lit Holywogd FrielQ.ne this trip Left to right the maJorettes Fred C. Sikes, personnel director ,;; Primary Unofficial Returns the office of Tax Collector of in giving a landslide vote to
Ckw4tos students. held their .poeUh In $ are Chris Kelly, Isabel Marlines. TUIk of US Sugar Corporation. .i Hendry county by a vote of 1478 Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville I
One of march through a heavy rainfall Hlfdon Sandra Bell and Joanne Wood. Although machines are used for Precinct I IS' t I 6 1 S S 10 total to 921 over C J. Loworn of successful in his run
tile mat members rf ether hands and Dram major .la BUy Perry. many harvesting operation In NO registered 626 465 567 153 142 271 828 634 378 149 4208 Clewiston There are 49 absentee off against Mayor Robert King a
ill t drove the vegetable Industry, no cane Nd.. voted ballots which were to be High of Miami Hendry county's
I units scurrying for *elter. The Photo by Hollywood Sun-Taller. 401 296 358 97 90 141 542 359 241 82 2607 t
.arebbs harvester has yet proved satisfactory -' f '" iFer canvassed yesterday afternoon vote was 1.753 for Burns and 't ; ,
In the 'Glades and hand e Governor not Included in '11.1''election totals 757 for High GII:\ "

labor Is still used to cut the Burn 307 237 286 72 12 124 417 20 198 10 1753: In this issue. In LaBelle where there was r" ;:
ugarland marches for /Lions; cane. Mr Sikes said there were High 84 52 57 22 7 12 108 311 38 66 757 a race for constable for District (I"I'U" ,

154000 acres In the current I FJ.. 2. S. J. RldgdiU defeated J. L. !
and 213,720 la estt- Tax Collector 1 'JThe ;
crop acres (1 Powers 472 to 400 ..
mated for the 1964-65 crop Hedges 189 271 312 90 77 70 190 167 106 69 1478 ,
county gave Elliott Roosevelt '<
Hollywood// convention Friday, Most of the labor used is recruited Loworn+ 187 12 29 5 13 59 323 104 123 3 921 laN a majority vote for National i kI I
from the West Indies Democratic .' ,
Committeemen .
*I 49 absentee ballots not Included in above totals : ,
through a contract agreementwith < "t' and Ann M. Cramer the high ;'.
both the US. and the vote for Committeewoman. :
n* Clewiston High School Clewiston students were the Isles dub and Abner Vann, also, BWI governments This labor Roosevelt received 370 and John,
garland Band marched In the 7 only band members we saw who past president of the local: club, can be employed only after 't xhausting .. .r I J Kennedy, his nearest com- i'
.ride at the state convention did not break their march and joined Esser in representing t the' all possible sources of 'y ; petitor among the 13 others in ri.' I
IJOBS (International, held In run for shelter' when the rain group at the convention domestic labor, said Mr Sikesi Contract is issued the race received 130 The Lyn. ,
aywood Friday evening. apr/eared The boys and girls The convention headquarterswere i Prior to World War II, Negro don B. Johnson slate of delegates r ':
lie bands appearance was from Sugarland proved themselves in the Diplomat Hotel Hollywood farm workers In the, southern \ say"Eddie received 780 votes /'1\\ t

ensured by the Clewistonu to be real troopers and states came to South Florida t j Ann Cramer received 252 P ,' '

dub Greg Esser. new brought credit on their community 'for the winter season and harvested ..for Denaud bridge votes for Committeewoman and f I
by their welldisciplinedperformance" and other Annette ,',
esident of the dub express- Army musician sugar cane Baker 213 I
and appreciation to the said Esser and crops. Early In World War II .
I pride
embers of the band for their other delegates. the shortage became so acute In the Republican primary the ': I
'It rained John Corbln zone chairmanand | this source of workers failed Geary Bros, successful bidder was announced as low-bidder. Goldwater slate polled 10 votes I ,
re.ring performance.the parade and the past president of the Clew- I and Is now considered lost permanently for the Installation of the There had been no further action II II while the unpledged slate received '1,. t
five votes Wm. Cram ,
Fort Denaud bridge has
alone constant re re on the project, and County
j culling efforts In the Southern ceived the contract for the work Commission Chairman H. S. er and Albert Roberta each received ) ,
tales bring In only a few from the State Road Department 7 votes for national Republican "
:Parkinson in.whose district the Hedges 'te !
Awards presentation straggling laborers. (January has executed it and returned bridge (is located Committeeman and 'I ,
r eo. n> 11 tax collector nominee Helehe M
Morris and
recruiting .turned up 426 prospect it to Tallahassee, sought to learn the reason for !f' I
I of whom only 181 arrived f ft Joe Langford. vice-president the delay He was Informed that C. Salmon each received ,,6 I".' .
in the area, and of whom only *. of (deary BfOI,. In 'charge of the contract was being held up Recreation area votes for Committeewoman .11
'Class II are still here' pointed out bridge construction, said theISRD In Tallahassee until after a The weather was favorable ,:.I dun !; I
feature Night ., Sikes) ; would approve the contract meeting in Stuart at which the plans are ready for the election being bright l t'
Congress at Its last session. bn'.June 2nd and work order Florida Waterways Association and sunny all day with a pleasant : 'I
refused to extend the law un-1 would follow shortly He said and Okeechobee Waterway Association Proposed outdoor recreation breeze to hold the tempera- '
Presentation of Academic tloa Award to Jackie Goldman. der which Mexican labor )M the; SRD gives 18 days for the met with representa facilities for Glades and Hendry ture down. There was a. good t I is
wardi and other special rejnitlon The Athletic Award went to MIchael to the underway turn-out for second J
brought In for harvest opera' contractor get job lives of communities along the counties which I are sought a primary. II I
awards was the point Mazzlna lions in Texas and the western and that deary will start OWA. through cooperation with the 614% of the voters cast their ; :
high Interest at the Class The. Dairy, Council award to states This law expires DeC oa or before the 22nd of June Central and Southern Flood Control ballots at the polls; in the first t ,
jht exercises at dewlstonjh the .outstanding Senior home 0 31, 1964. I cal the work of installing the Chief item of business at the District were reviewed at a primary 741 ,percent voted ''il j
School Tuesday evening. economics student, went to Sandra r The really desperate situation Abridge and constructing the approaches meeting. held in Stuart on the meeting the Clewiston Chamber 'ilI'I' ,.I
Valedictorian Chris Kelly re- Pace. which would face the sugar Industry -, i i eve of the OWA Boatacade May of Commerce building Tuesday t i
eyed! the Valedictorian !:nab Michael Mamma and Cheryl should the West Indies : The Okeechobee Waterway 15th. was formation of a Navigation afternoonS r '.,1'
S, Social Studies and Science Lee were chosen by the facultyto labor supply be cut off Is one Association has fought a bitter District composed of the C. Fry Clewiston chairman .I
tjrds, Phyllis Crouch received receive the Danforth Awards, which obviously gave the speaker p fight; to prevent the installation;, five counties' bordering the of the committee, discussed ;
I Salutatorlan and Mathema- based on leadership; the. shudders. r of ,the 80-foot span even after OWA, and first suggestion was the plans with other members : I I
i ward, Sandra Pace raved The American Legion Awards Labor be said Is the Achilles approval was. given by the U.S. that the new navigation district from the two counties of
the Home Economics went to Tommy Moore and Pet Ronald Edwin Lee, son heel of the sugar industry I I| Army Corps of Engineers The could provide enough money to the Trl-County Recreation area.
'sad :?Cheryl Lee and the .Klwanls of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Lee Mr. Sikes addressed the Rop OWA Insisted .that all bridges construct a 90 foot bridge..at Lee county representativeswere
The Agricultural Award,Lived" Awards to Michael'Mazzlna: and 420 W. Ventura Ave, Is in basicbaling tars dub of Qewiston with Ids be''it 'least 90-foot clearance. Denaud, Interest in the proposal absent.Plans ; .
si outstanding supervised Chris Kelly Commander Kenneth with the US Army' review of the labor situation The! '"Corps of Engineers has waned with the announcementthat which had been prep
Walker presented the Legion ,Monday. established 90-foot mint- other counties could be
leadership where he recently was sworn in since a ared by FCD engineers and
Jtjr rising: and program Interest in agrlculril Awards and S. H. Stalls for a two year period Carl! Horasby presided at the mum clearance, and the Hen- called on to provide funds for draftsmen were Inspected by 1
work presented to the KiwanIs Awards Character Ronnie is putting his musical meeting; guests were Ed Mox- dry county commissioners the Denaud bridge and the the group and showed the proposed "
was tt tti
>3>mjr RidgdlU. The John Phil- citizenship leadership and talent and interest to good use\ toy new local manager for later agreed to replace the Denaud meeting ended with no,, action camping site on the lakefront I

i Sousa Band Award, preient1 ,- scholastic achievement are considered in the Army and ls drummerfor County Telephone, Nit Taylor structure with a 90-foot bridgeat taken. at Clewiston and the proposed ,.'
1 the outstanding Senior in each of these awards. the marching band. He is of Bell Glade, and Claud such time as an other bridgeson Hendry county residents will recreation area east of I
nd student, went to Cheryl Awards to high school students stationed at Fort Polk La, Shirley of Pahokee. the waterway are 90-feet or greet the news of the delivery the locks: at Moore Haven. :';

hen not Seniors which were' where his address Is: I wider. of the contract with pleasure The Clewiston proposal Is for OI,
Tie Boys Physical Education presented at class night Included Pvt Ronald Edwin Lee U.s. jnterCountyappoints Bids on the project were opened and relief hoping that the delaying an area on the lake side of the
ward went to Billy Crawfordthe these: 533 887 51. Co A. lib Training in Tallahassee on Tuesday tactics of the OWA Is finally Herbert Hoover Dike west .of I
I The: Woodman of the World brigade Fort Polk Ls 3rd and Bros at end. Continued
rf Girls Physical Educa- ? pialoon. manageri March 31st Clesry an ( on Page 8)) 1 I
Awards for the best academic .
grades in American His Haydon Barns
i Cfewiston
SeniorV mothers tory went to Bide Sexton, 11th
DeArmas "It could happen to U. S. \
grade, and Esther Quesada Ith Effective Monday May 18. say .
May 2S-No adults born this
fete graduatesGraduation grade.
1964, the Inter-County Telephone
The Crisco Home Economics date ':
System appointed Thomas E. Vehicles collide
week brings soil Award to the most outstanding May 29-Harry Schick: Jimmy (Ed) Morley Manlier of the
events as well as comfiwment student in Home Economics Wilson. Clewiston and Moore Haven exchanges Complacency Cuba 'to fall ;
exercises for the 53 went to Kay Owens. May 30-Need some listings for succeeding W. A. causes at intersection .
rabtrs of Clewiston High The Physical Fitness Award this date. Moore, who retired after 39

boo! graduating class. was 'presented to Michael: Jordan. May 31-Must be someone bornon years of service on May 15 1':" A 54 Chevrolet ear and a '52 ",j
Bowing baccalaureate sern May SIT 194.la. Luis DeArmas, general manager that were never kept non lcally In Cuba, as it haselsewhere Ford ,'u
pickup were demolished in
clan night and gradua- The Class Might program In- June 1-June Hodges McCormick Moxley's new assignment of the Glades County Saga 'Using a formula of divide and in the world", De- a collision st the junction of I k I
mothers of the class mem* eluded a welcome by Jimmy ; Mary Jean King Hughes as Manager of the Clewistonand Growers Cooperative told I conquer. Castro premised the Armas said. U.S. 27 and SR 80 early Tuesday ',.
i planned for group gather- Montgomery and the Class History Mrs J. L. Rosier Mrs. Moore Haven exchanges, Clewiston Klwanls Club members lower working class. Individual In facing the present problem morning, e
B bf the students who will given by Chris Kelly. The Ross: LaByer. be win be responsible for the just how the fall of Cuba farms and property of their DeArmas said that there is no According to Trooper Dave
:t teparate after their high Class Prophecy was given In Company's Business Office C laClewiston took place, and stressed to,' own, taking it from the larger chance for a popular uprising to Tomlinson. who filed the accident y, f
Mel! 1 J June 1-Mrs. Loyd Kelly Mrs 1l I
Sunday i evening the Seniors Rigby and Beverly Preston C. A. Thomas, Jackie Bledsoe Plant Installation and maintenance to the United States ed, Castro lowered the 'blg man' tronatton has influenced: manyof a 38-year-old Cuban farmer : :
their dates were guest .at Austin forces in both exchanges Armas' Wednesday luncheon qualifications and soon virtually the younger and lower class: of Clewiston. drove his Chevrolet ,'!
homed Mr and Mrs CharWieienfeld. Cheryl Lee and Mike Mania June J-H. C; Sutton, Sr., Ronnie talk: held those present In rapt: all of Cuba was taken by because they all now have the car. turning left off U.S. 11,'
I. Refrtsh- were class giftorians and their Adams Mr. Morley comes to Clew- attention as he told of Fidel Castro Communism, the speaker said. same the speaker continued. 27 into southbound traffic of the t 'I!
[l all .were punch sandwiches. amusing gifts ended the interesting June 4-Betty Benschoter.: Gets Islam from Avon Park where he taking over and what can To gain military itrenth. "To me, all-out war is the only other lane colliding with the '5 r .
Via!n mints program. aldlne! Redlsh, Butch Red h. has served as Northern District be done about it. Castro told the officers and enlisted answer and who knows whether Ford pickup driven by Alfred /"j f
the Class Night program Equipment Supervisor sine In 1937-58 the Cuban people men that they would be the governments in power Ray Hendry 44 year old crane :
evening the class mem- Joining the Inter-County System were very complacent, the allowed to serve with only the are willing to risk a global war operator employed by T. C. I c
i ud their dates and guests ranks first 'in la August 1961. His previous wealthy class was busy making upper echelon being affected by or not," DeArmas said. Cuba Yon Inc. Hendry and James If"P.
bed at the home of Mr. Hendry telephone experience dates more money, with little or no the change This prowls 'WII I could have been take easily, P. Lanier of Palmdale who ,
XrL Loyd Kelly Hot dogs. back to 194T when he wai station ,. attention to politics: and the amply sprinkled with money for earlier at the Bay of Pigs or was riding with him were Injured .i:I
J drinks! etc were sewed Installer and central office problems of the working class, additional encouragement. DeArmas during the recent disarmament in the crash, and both vehicles I
": the guests enjoyed dancing repairman for Central Telephone DeArmas said. The extremely noted. project but It win now' take a were considered total I '
.1 the evening incomeHendry Company in Mt Airy, large population figure allowed full fledged war not one of two tosses. \ 1 i'k,
arty planned tor Friday per capita North Carolina la 1952 he Joined one doctor to every 909 people, thousand men. Cuba Is armed Alvarez was charged with violation v, !I.''I
'I1Dc* 1 II a graduation dance Automatic Electric Company e dentist to about every 3,000. with Russian weapons and skilled ]] of right of way. Deputy: :/ ,:
Cinebr ke Patio. AH Bet -- a large Independent telephone with about 12800 per student men to use them, supple Calvin Swindle assisted ,
and Orange
their "dates and guests are county continues to Palm Beach equipment "paanufactur- being spent on education a mented by Communistic Cubans the trooper In the investigation.!
..1\e4\ for the last social: ,..tb.DC lead the state in the per capita county, each with 8J443 ranked average er. as a,dial central office installation year;. there wss one car to every according to DeArmas j/ ; I
lilt year for the Cl"IJ income of its citizens 'with an per capita income, foreman. 27 people and the average 4 During the reign of Castro, '- :
average of. $2.MS per person. third and fourth. Inter- ounty: President N. wage was about MOO a day. ,,over 3,000 people have fallen before Teach your children '. ,, ; I
TllIs higher than'the state Counties In Florida.wlth less Johnson said the company is The Cuban dollar was very solid the firing squads of 10 men
Memorial average of 12053 and 15*"' than H.9M sveregeper capita pleased and quite fortunate to at that time with excellent each. These squads are changedfor traffic safetyWATCH ,1: ,
i Services higher than Brevard. which 'income. according to the survey have such a qualified telephone reception around the world. each killing which Involves 1 1 t1

ranks second.. The figures quoted were Holmes with 8785, man to serve the ever increasing There were adequate schools additional native'Cuban., who ''t
Shturday morning are, for the year 1962. the Calhoun with t8(7 Baker 8983.Wakulla demands of the Clewiston free for all to attend and S universities fear for their lives, should the FOR : 'I'Ia

Cnder last available compilation, and 8958.: Washington 8929; and Moore Haven area*. Mr. on the Islands. present government fall he
toalcan Ken Walker of Is released la a study of Income and Walton/1918. Johnson concluded that Moxley's The rise of Castro was made said.As t
that Legion Post has pads by Dr Madelyn L. Kafoglls. Agriculture DoN B appointment signifies the posnibte, DeArmas said by corruption long as the Russian government .
tus in miitary organOewiston Interim assistant research county residents received (Importance 01 Inter-County's: regard in government' and continues to supply
**W Services win unite professor Of the Bureau of Economic Hendry 56.6 percent of their Income for this area, and also for politics mixed generously with le arms and limited food and until
Cemetery in Ridge- and Business Research at this was the fast growing development people who dldat care and do- the United States Is willingto "
Ikt Clewiton, at 11 the University: of Florida" : from In the which is taking place. ,ooder.. "Those in bUlln.... go an out Cuba will,never
yp ey morning, MeLegloo In'the study only personal income the highest percentage Ed is active In. civic affairs be continued, did not and would be tree. DeArmas said "I

Is considered, earnings of state. from member of the Masonte Order not take time to analyze politics "I urge each of you, do not f
Veteran ofke corporations of' any other bust- Percentage: of Income and the Shrine Club. His and:often paid a price to turn your back .on politics, do
+l WGuaMesmembersedar ness entity is not Included in other sources were: manufac and fisheries leisure hours are usually occupied both sides just in case the other not let corruption take over in !
to the figures quoted. turin, 1395*! mining 33ft- with his favorite bobbles won i. fa other words we LUIS DeARMAS government offices. Politics am '
] aa take ptrt.uad. O.n. construction : and horses. The Moxleys played both cads to the middle the heart of good governmentand
ga9 a mela Hendry county's average Is transportation, communications.utilities. of members of the Episcopal for over 10 years and It led to Today office workers and laborers everyone must be a part TURNING CARS [ t
'hats laid 1.1" lower than for the previous ti%: Dance are alike forced to work .
isq tribute at restate Church In Avot Park. our downfall are of It. DeArmas said. "Don'tay _
of the flagpole' and year. -probably\ due to the and insurance OMi retail his wife, and their four Castro is not to be under estimated In'fields to grow sugar which it can't happen. 'It did to I J'
ng of tap,. There population Increase of retired and wholesale trades 9.1S: Ed. Castro has in production from
continued. dropped
sites wan tons presently reside to Avon .DeArmas uba.'ndlt can In America, of Clewiston: : t
trlDub by a local or fixed income residents. service'' trades and V**<. Park and plan to arose to is a strong man and he WaD 1 million tons to' Itt million tons you allow complacency and corruption City

Glades county with a per 18% and governments (cMUaa Clewtston upon completion of the people with hours of television pager Castro. to take over," DeArmas
Invited cad arj. capita Income: : of 11,_ ranked wages and Industry salaries)2.1-81*: other the current school term. appearances and promises "Communism has failed eco- said, .fat. closing. Police Department;

eleventh la the state. private



Two THE CLEWISTON!: NEWS Clewiston, Fla.! mission races. Millard Caldwell and Boys in Service Controller Ground Controlled Course Approach landings dlo to guide alrerall{ 10 w.
nominated Governor during
Thursday, May 28, 19M Section One was The course Includes Instruction Spurlin bid "eabe! ,
Sonny Sez It's History Now Dwight Rogers new congressman GLYNCO, GA (FHTNC) entered\ the
in the use of radar and iaMANY- June 1946. IervIct.
from the 6th district. Winton G Spurlin, air control- j
CLEWISTON NEWS LI gaud Hawkins. Sgt Hiram man second class, USN son of
Progreiiive Frank Polhill THIBTT TEAKS AGO A. Gill and T/5 Marvin Mr and Mrs Jessie E. Spurlin.of --.......
Published every Thursday at lOG Central Avenue. Owlston, brought the News staff a 56 (From Clewbtoa News Summerall were officially re- 208 South Francisco St.dewistoo. THANKSfor
Florida fcy The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. pound melon last week that was Mar 25. 1934)) ported 'Missing in'action" In reported April 24 to
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1S27. at the "out of this world" In flavor Mrs. W. T. Efting and Miss the European theater. No further the Naval AIr Technical Training your kind consideration and
Post Office in Clewiston. Florida under the Act of Congress of and exceptionally large for the Dorothy Lockhart took seven details were known. Center Clynco. Ga, where support
March 5. 1579.ORID.. type of melons being grown in Girl Scouts on a weekend "hike1 Betty Hooks received her he Is scheduled to attend the FRANK SqHAUB. State Attorney
,,' this area. by truck to Boynton :Beach. bachelors degree at F.S.C.W In
NATIONAL EDitORIAL Melons have been bringing an E E Kelly went to Kansas Tallahassee.
;f CcApg excellent price, which has held City to attend the Golden Wedding I
l .
4 IA : t longer than usual according to Anniversary of his parents TEX TEARS AGO 1. ,,' A"
:I i observers. Claude Pepper spoke in Clew- (From Clewbtoa News j
iston in behalf of his candidacyfor May 27. '54)
.I f' I It! 0 4 y Subscription Rates $4.00) per :year -SS- Tigers received the winner's .,, r"
( lea (Return Postage Guaranteed) Hectic weeks are not unusualat U.S. Senate. 6, iV !
at the baseball Group
: 'TION BERYL BOWDEN PublisherS. the News office and we are Lt ,N. L. Hemenway, after trophy Class A. Tournament Bo Man- I 4
'I used to things not going accordIng more than a year In charge of I
S. H. STALLS Managing Editor uel was the baseball coach. "
"j Telephone: Justness and Editorial YUkon 8-1201 to schedule, even with a full VS. Engineer office In Clewis- Mrs. Cecil Jackman killed afoot Many Thanks -"FrendsI;
ton reassigned aslsstant
'" was as
Advertising Rates on) application. The management reservesthe staff.We've & rattler with a garden hoe
been getting by ,cover* professor of military science
right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! at the ranch home several miles
.,t' THE NEWS Mum no rMpoiulbllltr for the return of unllTHrNK"wiPt. log for Ralph while he Is In for and tactics at Virginia Poly- south of Clewiston.
ln."iiol.t a major overhaul In WPB. A technological Institute at Blackstone -
JmtSr Collins
for elected LeRoy
II1.I: :::: : : \in advertisement I r..pon.lbllUy but if fr'f:4 newly acquired printer decidedto ,Va. Florida BraQey Odham
;,) of graphical ouch error.. before the nut issue. of In the which paper the will error reprint occurr.d.I' eoI'. return to his former home In Dr. Herman Gunter state governor and Wm.over R. Neblett, senator Your votes and confidence will ever be cherish-
recta the taut...wffJ. .i.tss woulll render the oorrectlon 'nlu. Orlando without notice geologist, came to dewiston to J. A. Franklin. Hendry'county
the of the advertisement by aa made 2 short. Roy had study geologic formations over ,-'
I' I. the News wm reduce price which us uncovered
... total M the erroa.eous had no local races In the
..re.n. of the space
amount .quil to the to make an unexpected trip to In excavating for levee
er omitted copy represented.h second primary ed. To the successful candidate
which construction, sincere
j Plant City especially the Barbara Twlddy and John my con.
made three short on "effort "McKenzle dry pit" just northof Kiwanls .
received the '
:' The best they can do? day.With" politics over and. help on truckload Clewiston.of fossil They remains removed to a Perry awards; Linda Lee and Billy
Nail the Legion awards
the way we hope .the staffIs Tallahassee for study! and classification. gratulations.
Anne Harrell the D A R.Citizenship
If by "we" he means the Federal government. President looking for a return to the award at Commence-
I Johnson Is probably correct !in declaring that the new NORMAL hectic life of news- Eunice Meredith, daughter of ment of C.H.S. ., .. I .
:, tax cut Is "the single most Important step we have taken papering Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith. Nina Stanford and George j

j. to strengthen our economy since World War IL" -SSCongratulatlons- for graduated Girls In from Hendersonvllle Fasslfern School, N.C. Adams ruled as king and queenof ?' '
I j But that's not saying a great doaL are In orderto sugarland at the close of the / '

\ The tax cut alone-without essential compensating cuts the Senior Class as they: em- TWENTY TEAKS AGO harvest festivalSugarland y C. /. Lovvorn
bark the road of adult- ..
will not strengthen the economy. (From dewtetM News
In government I' >
hood. The receiving of their diplomas '
stimulation like May 88 1'")
itself will be a temporary Pharmacy \ '
The tax cut In
Is'a mark of accomplishment ,
Sheriff Bill Maddox and Superintendent e "
also cut, so
the spending
a shot of whiskey. But and the end of an era, ,c.
C. :
stimulation will wear oil won PIZZAYU
that the budget U balanced, the which will be remembered as In second: primary election. J.
/, and the economy will wind up with a hangover. the best in their lives. As they O. Davidson A. J. Evers and 2-3311 I' ,
At times President Johnson talks as if he realized this.He seek higher goals and accomplishments R. B. Waldron won county com ;,' 'J: -b. ,
has promised to reduce the budget. But so. far his requests in life, we wish them .. ', ,
'fW'-' ''
for spending and for new programs do not fulfill the best ..- '. .
this promise. His speech on the signing of the tall cut bill -SS- ;
i contained some wonderful statements about what free enterprise The sports banquet Friday -
has done for this country. He pointed out, truly, night at Tony's was outstand-'
th.aj "by placing maximum reliance on the Initiative! and Ing. This is the first :year that
e creative energies of individual businessmen 'and workers, the athletic association has I '
we, have the most prosperous nation in history." sponsored the event without
p sled the( same speech also Includes an almost subscription from individuals

blunt{ heat t (hat |if f (free enterprise doesn't hop to It and produce and merchants.for CBS The has athletic been
the much predicted 1 boom out of the tax cut the government : program moat successful. Congratulations 'Gtting'
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Club club house which will occupy s. C. Fry was named chairman With Corbin's in the lead 4-2, ly attends a regular sanctioned akm is to get the coaches acquainted dawlston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON MEWS Page Three
(Country the same location: at the present of a committee to draft a Glades' catcher Johnnie Jackson meet sponsored by the recreation with the new playersso Thursday, May 28, 1964 Section One
building. It the same progressIs proposed charter, by-laws, eta the first man up In the top department they will know who to-select
progress made, the entire building! pro for submission to the group. of the sixth, reached first on an Team points were not record In the player draft
making ,sect should be completed and Membership committee set up error to third Ernie Hill step ed In the meet however dewIston -

of the present JOV- ready for occupancy within four on a geographical basis, is composed : ped up and tripled scoring placed first and second
A fl leetID. to six: months, of Jackson making it a 4-3 ball la most of the
of the Cl.wlltlOD according to eiUraates George Wedgworth, W. events which
bOard of the board B. game. Hill then scored the tying were entered. Clewiston Church
gay Club was held Tuesday memberl.SpDMIJ.. Barron and H. T. Vaughn when "I was real Directory
discuss plan for run Billy Ham hit pleased with every member of
venID'' to andreparlD' grounder to short which was the team; they showed that they
mpletID.be\ organization booted. Mike Dyal followed witha .
.cUviUeI of were in real good physical
to get 7lJwA single moving Ran to second shape when the gave that little CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST COMMCNITT PRESBYTERIAN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
dub underwa1. H. T.chairman and Sonny' Stalls flied out extra that is needed for three Booker Feint 407 Beyal Palm Avenue 102 E. Ventura Avenae
Present officers are Carl H. to center for the first out Johnnie last few yards of each race. It Paul Strickland Pastor Henry H. Ford, Minister Rev. Leon M. GabmreH .
a1Jihll. ; S. E.1I1111e Davidson came up and singled showed that they have been 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School. 8:45: a.m.-Bunda1 School Interim Pastor '''
vlce- halrman.> treasurer ahead In the first Inning scoring: in Dyal, making the score working hard in practice, ..04that'l 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 8.45: a.m.-Sunday School. t..., ) t
secretary WI..- Men's Softball 4 runs, and Parkinson's could 5-4 in favor of Glades. The aide a good sign. Maybe we'll Wednesday: 11:00: a.m. Nursery in the Pao11:00: a.m.-Morning. Service. 1 r I''
Christian Louie Wed,- never catch up as each team was retired after the next two win a few more meets toil 7:00: p.m. Prayer Meeting iah House. 8.43: p.m. Training Union. 0., ,
dd jack Fry and John Thursday May 21: kept exchanging runs through batters struck out and filed out year." Saturday: 8.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow.! 1:00: p.m.-Evening Service. ;,
ortb., Barney Barren out the game which ended for the second and third out of AdmlMloo 7:00: p.m.-Youth Meeting. ship Wednesday: ,
Iv-AlB. directors. In the hit.night of regular 12-8 up the inning. Glades scored two --r Wednesday: 7:00: p.m.- Teach ''"ii! t
I nwai reported that construeoftheProShoplsnearln- season play Glades Gas pushed end of with the Thrifty on the good more in the 7th to put the time Recreational Swimming COMMUNITY PENTECOSTALHOLINESS 7:30: p.m.-ChoIr Practice. 1DMeeting.. I'I I
.. *; across ( runs In the second rope. on ice, thus giving them a berth Children lOc Adults 25e CHURCH 1:00: pjn. Midweek Prayer;
mplttlOD, and< when it can bee Inning which proved to be the An unusual play happened in In the playoff finals against Evening Hours Boat OtwfatMi Service. ,
the present club winning tallies against Parkin. the bottom of the fifth Inning Thrifty Drugs Thursday night Gen. Adm. _....._, 25c Rev. J. R. Taylor. Pastor ST. MARGARETS CHURCH ICS: p.m.-cholr Practice. 11:', ,
\\III win be torn down and son's In a game.that ended by when Parkinson's Henry WhIt- May 28, at 1:30: p.m. Corbin's Recreational gwinuntagSchedule 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. Rev. Larkin Connolly ,1 ,,, a
a final score of 93. ney got two hits and make two will play Parkinson's in a gameto 11:00: a.m.-Morning, Worship. 1:00: a.m.-Sunday Mass.' FIRST METHODIST CHURCH If", '
It was a good outs before the third nan came decide third and fourth places Beginning Tuer, June 2nd 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 7:00: p.m.-Sunday Mass. sal W. Oaeeela Avenoe ,\ ;. I'
thing Glades
found the combination In to bat in the inning. Actually In the 7:00: game on Thursday, Mondays, closed. Service 7:00: a.m.-Daily Weekday Mass Rev. David Denslow, Pastor ,:, y .
second aa Parkinson's the Whitney, batting out of turn May M.Thursdays. Tuesdays 1:3M.OO: : p.m.7:30t.30 Wednesday: 7:00: a.m.-I'Irat Friday Mass. 8:45: a.m.-Church SchooL ""r'
a pitcher led on with a double before : : p.m. 7:41: p.m.-Prayer Service. 8:00: p.m.-First Wednesday 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. .,': "
Durance held
Billy them between
hltless _. ,
came Wednesday 1:304:00:
Thrifty, ? each month Ctlho1:00
Friday: .
Al Morrell -JUethodtst Youth
for the remaining 5 manager Thrifty and Glades should be __ .. : p.m
Inning a Thursday 1:30-6:00
called It to the attention of the ? : : p.m. 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service. lie LadJea'Altar So- Fellowship.' .
However Parkinson's could real battle. Thrifty played 7:30-9: :30 p.m. >'
manage only 3 hits In the remaining out umpIre and Gerald Whitney was called Glades in regular season play Friday ?.,....-. 1:30-4:00: : p.m. --; Saturday: 7:30 p.m.-Evening Study.: ; ;
S Innings after scoring came to three times and lost{ all three Saturday _.__ 8.00-11:00: : a.m. NOETHSIDE MISSIONARY 8.30 .m.-Reliliou Thursday: :V
bat In : IDstrueT:3O
the correct order and p.m.-Cholr Practice
BAPTIST cmmcn : '
r.Jy 3 runs in the second Parkin knocked game by a one run margin. 1:30400: : p.m. tion.CHURCH i' fi'/' ,
a home run. Then it N. Street -
son's out hit Glades but lustcouldn't Glades Gu 000 203 2-7 10 Sunday Francisco 11\: 'T?
was WhltJle, turn again since Bra. Cheater Johnson ,
turn the hits into runs. Cottons ........ 002 200 0-4 7 2:00.e:00: : p.m. ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH
he cornea after White in "
Glades Gas 360 000 0-8 I'ParklnlOD" the Clcwbtoa" Reereattoa Dept Swimming Lessons start June 18 Interim Pastor OF CHRIST (Eptoeopal) y.
correct batting order and before 8:45: a.m.-Sunday School. 27 N. Pacific! n ,
030 000 0-410 Swim Team: Little Major Learners I IDon't lOt Sooth Central AvengeJ.
In the second game, Ryder the ump had called time-in the dewlaton Swim Team boated forget the tryout session .11:00: a.m.-Morning 'Worship. J. Sullivan Minister Rev. Clark H. Dorman. Vicar. "' ,' .
pitcher had thrown the ball and 8:30 ,y'
: p.m.-BTC. ,
Truck kept pecking away at a practice swim meet with which will be held this Sunday Sunday Services+ :
Tbrifty's t run first frame but base Whitney, which bit a single over first Okeechobee and Vero Beach!, Saturday, May 30, at 2:00 for 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship 10:00: a.m.-Bible SchooL 7:30: a.nk-Karly: Eucharist '"
called back t
by Wednesdays
it wasn't quite enough as Thrifty last Saturday May 23, at the all boys ages ..U who want to 11:00: a.m.-Worship. 10:30: a.m.-Family Service) and
,came out the winner 8-5. the umpire. because time was C. S. Mott swimming pool. play little major league base 7:30: p.m.-I'rayer Service.. 7:00;: p.m.-Worship. Church School. ..
not "In"
It looked like Ryder might bean to So Whitney came back Very few people were expected -. Wednesday! Saint and Holy Day a* announced. W"v :
plate and ball.Bring
r the way to their first victory once again to attend the practice meet' your glove and be ready CDUECH OF GOD 7:30: p.m.-1-Mldweek devotions ,
of the season when they started popped up to the pitcher for the but aa it turned out about as to play ball 312 South Faelfle Anne and Bible Study. Confession by appointment -'
second out of the Inoin,. Bill "
GREAlfUIUI. rolling with 2 runs in the many people attended as usual The main purpose in the seal Rev. Joe Coleman ?'t
Holmes followed for the third '
10:00: a.m.-Sunday SchooL ,r '
4th and 5th frames and one in ,IB-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH
out when he hit a ground ball 11:00 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST '
: a.m.-Morning Service. 7Rev. .
the sixth but Thrifty put the rn
to second baseman Bias Rod- '
7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. APOSTOLIC FAITH I
Vie Turner Pastor x'
skids to them In the seventh \ y
rogues who made the play at'firat. Wednesday Strath dewkitoa. I
three up and three down with ICS: a.m.-Sunday SchooL
7:30 Service.Friday Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor
: p.m.-Prayer
11:00: a.m. Morning Worship ,
the,last striking out to '
will Gas
Thrifty meet Glades
10:00 .m.-8und.1 SchooL .
: '.
8:45: -Training Union ,
ball p.m.
end the game.
Ryder Truck 000 221 0-5 11 In the playoff finals Thursday .WELL DONE 7:30: p.m.Young People's En 11:00: a.m.-'Preaching.Tuesday 8:00: p.m. Evening Worship. '>if.. I
night May 28, at 8:30 p.m. deavor. : I j '
TO TUB CLASS OFRape's 64 ,
Wednesday 1 e
Thrifty Drug 800 001 1-8 12
Parkinson's plays Corblns jHfJ IMf. 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. .
Final League Standings! : 1:00: 'p.nu Prayer Heeling '\ I
Supply the losers bracket on nuT CHRISTIAN CHURCH Friday: "
May the road ahead W 'L Thursday. May 28, at TOO: pm. 1 Nerth Sot arland Aadltorfam 7:30: p.m.-Young People' I I
all'' Glades Gas _. .. 11 1 Thrifty Drugs 413 400 0-1214 B. J. Goodrich Minister Meeting CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF' 'I
be smooth. To 'I'I ... T 4 y
'Thrifty -m.ijiui..i.i. Parkinson's 012 013 1- 812 I 10:00: a.m.-Bible School GOD I"
we say 'well done'J Parkinson's _. 6 S In the second playoff lame, ffiF64GRADSNERE 11:00: .Communion and V215 !bath FraneJae Itnet'
Corbin's Lj..i-in..uum..... 4 T Glades Gas came from behind Worship Service.CALVAaY BAPTIST CHURCH James F. Klmbrel Pastor I
Ryder Truck 0 11 In the sixth inning to win over Pt0{ OF 1W 7:30: p.m-Commuolm andWorship Sooth dewUfara Sunday: k J1. .
Corbin's 7a.Corbin'a Service.: Rev. Herb Hlgdon Pastor 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School I 'f\\' .
Ingram'smerican Men 87 tch Softball jumped out in the Wednesday 8:45:: a.m.-Sunday SchooL 11:00: ajn.-Morning Worship ; .
Playoffs! lead scoring 2 runs in the 3rd 1 l.We l. 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service. 11:00: a.m.-Children's Church. 'ij,
Service Monday, May 25: and 4th frames before Glades : 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Union. Training 7:30: p.ra.-Evangelistic Service ..a '

In the first game of the league managed to score their first two JEHOVAH'S: WITNESSES! 8:00 Service. Wednesday! .' p: 1
playoffs Thrifty Jumped' out runs in the bottom of the fourth. Kingdom Ha R. OsbornW.. 13 Paw Tuesday: p.m.-Worahlp: TICS: P.OL-Christ'ors.Thursday AmUsssd- .t .:

Sunday. Watchtower Study, 1:00: p.m.-Brotherhoocl. : ;J
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.. Clewiston, Fla THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five
Stars honor W ? Thursday May 28,1984 Section One

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instructor id it a special commencement
nr el 4 : w grand Lyn Vaughn will Sunday May 31.
;MJS: Vaughn has majored Inhuman

Mrs. W, J. Robison. grand In- t receive degree relations at Rollins She
will leave Immediately after
,.. ... ttructor district 18. Order of
rra. rew graduation for New York where
Eastern Star was honored by Miss Evelyn Ann Vaughn .' !
,y w rwq rice she will serve as one of six
of Mr and Mrs. H.T.
f+nA Sugarland Chapter Monday evening daughter
will from hostesses at the Palm Beach \ }
Presented with a bouquet Vaughn graduate
{wwraw re- of red roses, Mrs. Robison was Rollins College with a Bachelor County exhibit during the sum !I.,h
presented in the East where ahe of ArtsAlegree on Friday, June mer. "
witnessed the courtesy depleting 5th. She Is one of 197 seniors :
her as "District 18 Nurse of who expect to receive their ba- Sugarland Pharmacy
the Year," referring to her caalaureate degrees this springat (
INI work In "nursing" the chapters Rollins. More than 150 undergraduate PIZZA I
along in their Eastern Star and graduate degrees '
work. r C 4 In the Institute for General YU 2.3311 +
I + .j.ja".jw Studies program will be award- I
Honored guests were Mrs u '
A + we Ruth Meredith, grand representative r 1)) I
to Missouri Mrs. Jessie
A Barnes, grand chapter committee fir !
N rIgENfER9 member, of Pahokee. .

Others present included Rev. i ir'
and Mrs John Whitehead, '
Moore\ Haven and Mr and Mrs. ,
Don Aspey, Belle Glad. worthy ..
I matrons and patrons respectively -
: OF THE DICKSOV!\ FAMILY pause The occasion has become in annual event at of their chapters, also Mrs. (f t t11IE

Hal; the gathering may be recorded on film. Dlckson's Dairy" cut of Clewlston. Stiff Photo Adeline Pahokee.Wroten!! past matron of \:;

and Mrs. John W. Arnold of Other visitors were Mrs. H. I. OPERATING ROOM AT IIENDRY GENERAL: HObfUAL CRYSTALIZEDENERGY 1 f
Dickson family is host Brandon Robinson, Moore Haven, Mrs was among the "meet looked at" during the recent open house.
I Clewiston members of the Dorothy KIlpatrick, Mrs. Thel- An estimated 500 area residents tailed the hospital aa gnoMe 1\1I I
family are Mr. and Mrs Julian ma Norris, Mrs Gerry Lottes
.of the hospital directors and staff. Staff Photo :
to reunion at Mrs Dickson. Robert. and C.children.Dickson Mr.Mrs.-and Glade.and Mrs. Ruth' Williams, Belle OFSUNSHINE I

spacious suburban home Clewiston for the week-end and Virginia Roblaon and son, and
ne Local members present were Susan Schick installed IJ'
M. Dick. guests were Mr. and Mrs. '
'Mr and Mrs Julian enjoyed relaxing and visiting: In Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Pickle ,
of family Aaron Branson and Mrs. Chas.H. i
a was the scene a groups during their stay. An Mr. and Mrs. Abner Vann Mr.
Sunday when some 32 outdoor picnic dinner served Miller. ; : I Ifi
union on and Mrs. Ralph Ford Mrs. Bet. Future Homemakers ,
ebon relatives gathered from the lawn Sunday was the climax ty Carlton Mrs Vera Mills jin ceremony'The ..j 'r I .
eorjia and Florida. of the event this year. Mrs. Ethrldge Davis Mrs. M.ry' e
:Most of the guests were In The Dickson Miss Giddens Belle Thompson Mrs. JohnBranaman Clewiston FHA Chapter One of the hlghllihts'or the
family and their held Its Installation ceremony evening was the announcementthat AMERICA'S ONLY .'
Mrs. Pauline Anderson
guests madq a slght-seelng tour Tuesday night in the Home EC. Anita Carlln had been selected
of Sugarland Ranch and of Mrs. Laura Qoedhart Mrs room at the high school Several as the outstanding FKA- RETRACTABLE REAR WINDOW! ? j
George Nottingham Mrs W. O.
Everglades Tropical Gardens.They plansMiss and
announces parents and out of town er In the Clewiston Chapter,
drove to Pahokee to view Morgan, Mrs. Velma Storey guests enjoyed the event that 'she will be given the first

|Wed Thurs' May 27 .. 28 the big lake from the top of the Christine Giddens this Mrs Larry Lee Mrs. Christina Susan Schick was Installed as'' FHA Jacket to be awarded at j I
See It at start T:30 P.M. dike there and returned forcatfish a week announced plans for her Doty Mrs Carolyn Mrs Ernie Keene Simmons and Mrs.Carlos the new president Other officers Clewlston High. During her first 1g.9-1 f
THE CAKDIVAL" dinner at The Tropical. wedding to Dr. Lionel E. Beat- who will serve with her year In FHA Anita has tamed
I\story about prince of the Sunday morning the visitors ty' on Sunday afternoon June Dickey are: secretary Barbara Zemc- her junior homemaker degree .I
Church attended services at the Church 14th The ceremony will take nek, treasurer, Sandra Brasher and has participated in more ., ,
of God. place at (four o'clock In the ; vice-president program of activities than any" other mem- t>
First Baptist Church, Clewis Anita ber. It was through her efforts
FrL Salt May 29. SO work 'Carla; vicepresident
Among the out of town
DOUBLE FEATURE guests ton and the Rev. L. T. Fagan of project., Debbie Pearcy; and the many other outstanding
were Mr. and Mrs Gus
"SEVEN FACES OF DBLAO" Mr. and Mrs. Bessie Walters HenDlken. -- Sr. will officiate. vice-president of degrees, Mary members that the Clewiston Proved Performance f

of Cilia Ga, Ard Walters Mrs. Lanler Kesler the for- & Beth Fry; vice-president of public Chapter was selected as the an MERCURY Chimplon! .
relations, Marcia Futch Honor Roll Chapter on
TONY RANDAL and Miss Peggy mer Charlotte Young, of Athens, ;
|nui will delight entire famIly of TLfton, Ga., Mr Swearingen and Mrs.- Ga. will be matron of honor. historian, Joanne Crawford, par State level for the second year DELIVERY TODAY TRADES ACCEPTED LOW
with Its fantasy Miss Cindy Wlnn, West Palm liamentarian, Sue Tomllnson; J
F. L. Walters of Fitzgerald Ga., inarow.
AND COMEDY; Mrs, Samuel Meggs of Jackson Beach, Miss Beverly Etherton recreation: chairman, Kathy En- BANK RATES e ALL COLORS ALL MODELS
Clewiston and Miss Julie Skin dlcott Other girls receiving their
vIDe James W. Dickson B. L. MSONAS.
Donna Redlsh outgoing president junior degrees' were Debbie
nor WrlghtsvUle Ga., a cousin
Dickson Mr. and Mrs Irvan
JOCK"CALIFORNIA"t MAHONEY t Rice Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dick- of the bride will be bridesmaids. was presented her gavelas Fearcy, Sandra Brasher and HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS; INC
a token of appreciation for Carol Evans, Jan Brantley re-
Mrs. Sarah Mr. and Dr. Clifford Beatty. of Danville Mr and Mrs Walter Slewert
ton Lilly
the leadership she has Sugarland Hiway Clewiston Fla.
Illinois, will be best man given calved her chapter degree. ,
Mrs. Julian Rice and son, Matt and Miss Japet.Slewert have re
Sun Mon. Tues. Mrs. Alberta Smith, Mr. and for his brother. Ushers will be turned from a vacation at Mun
May 31 June 1.2 Mrs. J. W. Hilsman Mrs. Frank Richard Giddens, Coral Gables cle, Indiana where they visited
FUGirt FROM ASIII1'..." Hawsey and daughter, Sally and Robert M. Giddens Clew their daughter and son-in-law, ,
RICHARD WIDMARK Mr. and Mrs. B F. Smith and iston both brothers of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Falk. Before I
YUL BRYNNER three children. Mr. and Mrs. and Edwin Galvin, of Largo returning home they visited -, .t
Irvln Bell of Tampa and Mr. ,cousin of the groom other points interest In the ,
Mrs. Maurice Fletcher Is or- mid-western stabs.btr5. ;
ffanlsl and Mrs. Robert____. Mr-Dan.. tern
iel-1;' 10Istn.: n Christine Walnwright of ,
Hyattsvllle, Md. and Mrs. Dan 1tP4"
A reception will be held In Fields Ud''sons, Christopherand t''
Cracker History of the Fellowship Han of the ". 9 e 1 I"
Gregory of New York, N.Y.
church Immediately followingthe
are spending two weeks visitingMrs. I
All friends fend i
ceremony. Beth Moorman and other
relatives cordially Invitedto
Lake OkeechobeeBy are relatives in dewlston. They
attend both the wedding ceremony
were met In West Palm Beach !
and the reception. Saturday night by Walker Nail I

Lawrence, 'p,, Will t Jr. and Lee 'Moorman.

Author of "Okeechobee Hurricane" Beta members Dave Pattison and his father H.\ I

Pat Pattison of Venice attended I
"Custard Apple Days" the Lions Convention at Hollywood :

at swim partyMembers ; and the Elks convention v 9'I
\at Miami Beach.last, weekend. ,
Mound Builders t > Seminoles
of Beta PI chapterof Mrs. Dave Pattison and Mrs. N11 t
Battle of OkeechoW Hungry Land Beta Sigma Phi sorority enjoyed Ed Watson cf Clewiston Joined U
a swim party at the Charles Mrs. Paulson's parents, Mr.
Capt. Tom Bass, Fisherman's Friend Stewart Mott Pool Wednesday and Mrs Howard Robarts of I, I II'
evening The party was arranged Arcadia for a weekend at Lake
Pogey Bill, the Sheriff ; u by the social committee Placid. Miss Linda Bennett of I

., I' Mrs Robert Adams, Mrs. Sarasota joined the group for
"Doc Anner" Darrow, F. W. W. Carruthers. Jr. and Mrs. the weekend.
Robert McColley. I I
"Fingey" Conners, Highway Builder Cokes, served from a toy boat. Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Suggi
and hors d'oeuvres were arranged pent the weekend at their apart.neat
First Railroad on the.* Muck on the refreshmenttables. ;} in Lake Placid.Mr. .;

:.1. I Hibiscus blossom were David Howle.and' d
and Mrs. ,
Settlements Jantie. Utopia floated In the pool to add.gaietyto of
; daughter Cretcben
Nemala, at' the party. Hlaleah. spent the weekend Mustang jeads the stampede the! dip Ford .tatted. This last been the hottest sales year fa Ford
ElderberryScratchank1e members t tr
Fourteen "
:u eral guests who were Mrs. Ed visiting Mrs. G. her H. Brown.parents,' Mr. and Division history. We hare a winner la.the Infer Torque Ford, a car so well .built. ,predictably "J I I

"A History That'a Different" Watson Mrs. BIll Holmes Mrs.Ernie and. tough, that competition-modified Fords took eleven of the last twelve NASCAR: 500 Hill Mrs. Joe Bundy ,Mrs. L O Bishop has returned -
Now on Sale at Local Magazine Stands Mrs. Dave Pattison. attended to Fort Pierce after spending Ford sales are up 17% this year.We hare luxury car thats taken off like a skyrocket: ..:gal

the event. Mrs.a Evelyn few days Nash with and her Mrs.sisters C. Thunderbird, with sales, U"%". Falcon selling almost! as many cars as Valiant and Chevy II II

J. Nielsen. Mrs. Bishop recently combined Falrlane. continues to be a favorite la Its own Held How comes HustaD, I -: ,
returned from a -
.:w. cruise and Mr..and Mrs. N1 U tnrnfnf the trend to Ford Into a downright staatpede. Mustang, ,.? ??,.,! ssneearaeet! I. / 'f

sen met her la Miami, bringing ( by any measure of sales or adtemeat, la the most successful new roe A CMAiesiFORD "
her to CkwUtoo,? lot a visit :
Thank You,' car ever Introduced In America ever. When you see stampede, ;r '

'; ft makes sense to find ont what started It That's something I ;; ,
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only your Ford Dealer. can tell you about' ......._._._.._ i '
Voters of For Y e
: Hendry County .

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\ SIx THE: CLEW1STON!: NEWS dewiston, :na.I born on Friday May 22, In ---' --- ate tax ihall b* payable In annul Publication I cf ,
Thursday, :May 28, 196t Section One Hendry General HosplUL Installment The amount : : IOU"",
I 'y,4' of each. Inatallment will .be de. SSS\ &
termlned and certified by the fds .:
Mr and Mrs Floyd Halpin of Board of Bupervleor' /" to th* Tax : the elafmsnt an.B Ana
Patient Shirley worn :
Remaining- [ Collector Hendry County not the\
Faye Humphries. Ellie H. Yaun, Moore Haven are parents of I later nOftb first day of If a' 01'' attorll7' end clod'Inrl k
7% pound Floyd Jr., who vember of each year' ; : Dot
son 10
Esther Roberts! Wade Hickman WITNESS the signature of the Alp ..::
Clay Duckett Uriah Tanner, was born Sunday May 24 In President of the': Board ot Supervleore Albert Job.
Bessie :McGowin, LillIe :M. Truman Hendry General HospitaL 9A District, attested and by the the signature seal cfth Will n:E q:f neyr?

Patients discharged-{Catherine Elmerlnda Rosado, Darlene of the Secretary of the Board, deoeiaealBS: rCN
: 1l
Mr. and Mrs. Santos Rosado this .
Perez, Ibe810nLEs
Hogan demencla Haplln, Terry Cypress, Norma !: DRAINAGEiDISTRICT -4l5
Dewey Tompkins, Margarita Tommie, Homer Sweeney, are the parents of a son who Slay M, luna 4, u.
Coch- was born Tuesday. May 26, in By /./ R. H. BASS n lilt
Herra, Norris Jones. John Carl J. Wier Benlto Alvarez, President
ram Anna Sue Taylor, Carl Radford Luckey Harry Willis, Hendry General Hospital. The SEAL) The

i Walker, Pam Perkins Mack Margaret Howard. Ethel White, baby weighed eight pounds, one ATTESTS/./ B. F. PAILS County Randyty Commlmloo; arc .
Perkins. Louise Arthur and Anna Sue Taylor ounce. Secretary Calve ealed bide UOUIII'1tU,.
TU'.da", ,June ....
CN-(61 I.
I Barbara nit
baby Rogers :May 14, II, II, July .. 11, 1.I4HIn true of n I. Ono Into,W', h
baby Kenneth Roberts Thom BIRTHS r. tkwlthIO'Ef: : p' ti'u""

as Akin, George Ltneberger, Mr. and Mrs Roy E. Wilcox Bowling LeagueSport th* c.." .. are .Cummtr kedge. :.s l O p Ch1s1:.; : ::
Rachel Donna Franks, .. ,.
Padgett HeBdry C Klerldeu accarona
Pitbnan. Anna Poole, arc the proud parents of a ion Shop ....,.....102 '46 Ire .... .t.. nlvaiable a
Kathy who born In South Florida Truck
was Old South .__ tl% S6% I. i l Ihtet f mar be Hs
Gary Barrow Ruby Meredith, GLEN E. ETHERTON H.udry County 1p
In Plant pars .
Baptist Hospital City, Florida, I
U.S. Sugar Corp. 89% 5645 DsoeuedTo _
Jo Ver
Velma Barber, Betty
Wednesday. May 20. The babyelghed Baldree's ..__ 69 7t All Creditors\ and Persona H. 8. Parklneoa I
Icy Arlene Ingram Marth 7% pounds and has HavlnaClaim. or' Damand. halrmaq
Marshall Eleanor Giddens an Canebrake ___ 6S% 6245 Agaln.t Said m-tat.j CN-4U i
jeen named Dale EarL Hare Lumber 61 87Parldnson' Tou and each. of you are here Slay IS, June I. 1)64 !
baby, Christine Johns. Margaret by notified and required' to present
Waters, Foy Durrence, 58 90 1 any claim and demand i iTh.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Giddensare
Glenda Sue Judd James Bran Wilson Lumber 5545 t2IIia'il TG. which you, or either of you, may Hendry. o' I
the proud parents of a hare igalret the state of Glen County Boarc
Series See lIdep
E. Etherton. deceased. late of ee vitae "
don. '
daughter, Grace Lynn, who was
bide rlluJ
Winnie Plank m said County, to the County until
Idella Bowden 586 NEW OFFICERS OF RAINBOW ASSEMBLY Worthy Advisor Sally OUphant. Becky Spire Judge of Hendry' County, Florida sale oty'as is One lnte 6t :fun '
left to Peers, and Jan at his office In the court' truck t.:1I0.: :
are tight Marcia Fetch Snianne Brantley. .
... 436
McLendon said p
Polly house of County at LaBelle Sall, ,,
Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals 0 Rose Nesbltt 575 Florida, within alx calendar axles with, lItoro: Tnndm "s""' i
months from the time ot the first whale
n the Go Need Milk Gals On the G Louise Rudd 430 57' Without a doubt, she Is the most and prayers'have been a great Agent Ted Gallo Is the Count publication of this notlo. Each alvab1e accemorlq &It R'
8ub-OtlCM In Cl.irl.ton claim demand shall b.
or la
T. Richardson 430 dedicated person to that hospital help to us all. Truck may be Newel
p' writing and hall .tat. the
o Need Milk Gals On the Go Need B. Christiansen 57' I have ever known; Mrs. Sam J. Young :: .ln... to b. considered: of residence and po.t office plane address Count Bara Ia eFlorlda /,",
High Game 8er Udep She has I wonderful Board of Mr. and Mri1.. Sammie Pr.nnutlon 'e>r Irrigation of the claimant and .hall K a
Milk Gals the f.nlblllty r.portl8N'iroUatioa b* .worn to by the claimant, PerklnwqHCN I
On Go Need Milk G Folly McLendon 188 Directors, who also believe In R. Young and family. of contract agent attorney, and any .uoh -efhlrnuq I

als On the Go Need Milk Gals On Jean Maxham 17& 2Z7 the finest for !the patient and Mr. and Mrs. Fred 0, pertaining S-Any other to report business! that claim hall b*or'void demand not .0 tiled May It, June I, l||. I
Louise Rudd 177 22S their doctors and nurses I Young and family, may come regularly before the Mary w. Etherton I

the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go Betty Carlton 22Z have had the extreme pleasure Mr. and Mrs. Michael Soars rLAOHOLB. DRAINAGE A Estate* administratrix...fOJ.n of the The 1VITATIoTO City .IBBIaI i
P. McLendon 22Z of meeting all of them and of Scaldlnl and family. DISTRICT B Etherton Commlulo. DC 61,
Need Milk Gals On the Go Need IV knowing several for some time, CN-UT Jar It. Hendrr, secretary CN-4BI deceased sealed bid. Dllo 111 Ptl"""' I

ilk Gals ,On the Go Need Milk Ga TO THE finest and their li insistence certainly to on be the com very Platyme kids Mar II, II, tIM May IS, June 4. 11, 11. 1MI iu.r.&VpV. ..:inrJrS piece ..". ''

Is On the Go Need Milk Gals On t LEnERS EDITORDear mended. T. all ......n NOTICE.( m4 .*...... Is Th Teen: Judge.f. The Cavity Truck.On.motive(1))equipment III To. lies IWe.1'

L L (, ,I" '"L'} ". .. With a good administrator and give programThe Ulemt !. .eels wltkU Bel- Headry Ceeiify.. ....1'1.' -.. ThL truck to b. I
.. .
lee IlralMB UUtrlet. HendrrMMty I. .t., etulppyn'
board of directors, the doctors ( rierMa. ...teed .... !. lies Eetet .f the 1. following: I
'Mrs. Bowden: and children: of Mrs. Alberta( Ike mutniellra e>( Ik* l.pr.".. DELLA WILLIS RICRAUD, Standard clInder snpe. I
nurses can: always expect I. Standard
.. .. shift I .
I. .maded aped ..
.t. .t. U.
ales ,
husband and I Morrell's *
My were K> "Platyme Kindergarten a mulom I
the best of equipment for their pin of rwtai. .tl*., DELLA E. RICHAUD, .. ; .1
delighted to receive an Invitation life-saving duties. If the hospital and Pre-KJndergarten" will You and each of you. are 'Deteaaa'NOTICE Directional rear, ilgmlt, coal u
to the Open House at Hen- hold graduation program at, S:30 hereby advised that, pursuant to TO CRBDITOBS! d. Windshield
Indifferent administration wiper
had the proTliloni ot Chapter SIS, <
dry General'HospitaL We immediately they could not do their p.m. Friday May 29 In the Recreation Florida Statutee. the) Board ofSupervleore HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS !] .* lew Front mirror Bumper ,
made plans to attend, work without worrying about : Room of the First of Bolle Dralnag AGAINST SAID ES. I. Hydraulic brakes only.. .
; Dletrlct has levied a total drainage TATE: .ta.prlngs -
even though it was bard to leave their patients, and whether the Methodist Church.' tax In the amount of f eaa>> ._ You and each of you .r. here I. Alternator, and .leering.
i 711 11 against the land within of rtMr
right In the midst of our busy by notified and required to pre- tor.
would hold
equipment up. such District to pay the coat of sent
claim and
Receiving kindergarten diploma any demands 1. Unit to'be
season In the building business.We the the yellow In ida
competition of proposedworku
which you, or either of ,
My husband and I hope be- you may No d
drove down and arrived are Marlene Castlnelra. and Improvement. ID aoeordanc have agaln.t the e.tate of Delia Federal il1t.Z:
fore too long to be back in Arturo Morrlel and Armando! with the Amendvd Plan Wllll Rlchaud also. known a. fleate will b. Ersmptloa .
being furnished
In and
Saturday, Clewlston, and until we do we Llano. of Reclamation approved by the Delia E. Rlchaud, deceased, late .. *>>. City Commission
e Board of Supervleori of Such mm
an old employee, we were of said County, to the County
srightbid to
given a "sneak preview" of the still feel It is "home", and. will Younger children who will District. been Such apportioned total drain to and .Uzha. ..> Judge, at of hi.Hendry office County In the, court FlorIda best \; and accept to ; :r il i
continue to visit ai often as we take Dial.
part In the program are led on each tract of land In such
w{ many Improvements that have house of laid' County at LaBelle a P.
CIO: We are astounded at the District In proportion to the alx : BLAIR
Jimmy Taylor, Csnda Anibal Florida I within calendarmonth. CN-410
been Initiated since I was there.
of the and benefit aawM.d and not In *z- from the time of th* tint II, I
We were amazed and delightedat growth( city: are so Iblelatorremendla, Cindy Booths eau thereof A Hit of all taxes May tune 4, 1914
pleased over the many Improvements Joe Lee, Marlsela Castlnelra. levied I. contained In a book on
the modern equipment that file la the
office of the Secretary '
has been Installed. The central that are taking place. Juan Jose Ibletatorremendla, of the Board of Supervisors rrlerrrrrrrrr..rllI

dictating equipment for the use But, of course, since I was so Patrle Aeballoa, Lee Anent of"DRAINAOB such D I! *TAX t r I RECORD e t entitled OF"BOLLC8 SEND FOR flU BODKin ABOUT]
Involved with the hospital It Hall Malena MorreU and Beba ( I
t of the doctors is I marvel. DRAINAGE DISTRICT,
$ still has my first Interest, and de Armas, HENDRT, COUNTY FLORIDA". (
There Is nothing that could be
and thl. book I I. available at 1Qor
desired In' a hospital that you that was the reason that I wanted Everyone Is welcome to attend such office for vxamlnatlon by \ ))1

people do not have. Of( course you to know how we felt the exercises. all Intereeted persona
You, and each of you> are fur.th.r :1
that must necessarily exclude about the marvelous. additions notified that you shall have : 1 1 !t II

I cobalt and other specialized. and equipment. '' th. In right advance and prlvll.r.to th. Treasurer of payIng -' J

equipment) But If ,the peopleof Yours for a BIGGER AND of th* Board of Suporvlaor. the :
amount of the dralnag .. I II
Clewlslon had to go to some cued aa-alnet the land within FLORIDA-AND ITS it
of our hospitals In the big city: Sincerely the District at ,. on or
prior to June r.t Owe 101 Alsl.ls end MM.k I II
Louise S. Thorn 19 of would have HOTICH or
Birmingham, they SPECIAL amount to b* *o paid In advance laud son m f.ellve seem\ \ A
(Mrs. M. O. Thorn) NEBTIilO Wddh wain dmal
something to compare: to and hall be the full amount ot the \C""I I
sP.ofal l e .
mating FUv byplay mil
hot. tax levied
leee the
would realize the 'Jewel they I' bralnax rrtt: m.mb.riwill : ed thereto to meet amount Interact add trk: )
have rl&hon Sugarland High ,CARD OP THANKS taco b. held on Friday' Jua. 11. the bond proposed to t* Issue on r e CIMnNIIIt Ixr14w W tmmmt.. Pimm**,,SkdN. .
at are
offlc ot County After ,
May we express our sincere June II 1114, Such drain
course: a great deal of and heartfelt appreciation to

credit: should be given to the the many Clewlston friends -

Administrator,! Mrs. Jones whose kindnesses and sympathy: The: man from Globe life

who, In my own experience have been shown In many ... _
with berg proved many times ways, during the lllneis and .
that aha bad the Interests of death of our husband and father

the patients at heart even to Sam J. Young \.. will visit you soon i in IT

the detriment of her own health. Your flowers., visits, cards (

CHEVY by, Chevrolet It"\ Glades and Hendry Counties

"" Go on an economy drive this vacationSure J'

.J ; a Chevy II )lust about runs on sedans,wagons and sporty jobs. One that' I, '

# 1 nut. But t this frisky family car will take sure to be priced right for you, too. Because Welcome him ?
r ," the whole gang along on any trip. And in right now is Trade 'N' Travel ,. O I
,.# plenty of comfort and a whole lot of ityle. Time at your Chevrolet dealer's. So right J

I ., ." Along with pep, it baa a roomy: com at the tune when you'll get the most fun his policies
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plus virtually
fl DE 'N' a new car you'll: also make a great I
: effortless
care. Battery-caving Delcotron old
deal on your one. i !
; generator, self-adjusting brakes, long-life TIME Being so practical about a vacation can t GUARANTEED RENEWABLE
t I muffler and other big Chevrolet features only add to your fun. And the place to to "r.

> all help you save on maintenance. practical is at your Chevrolet dealer' e ,
i I.. And there's a big choice of models roenea.araeswteuoaraa fOR LIFE
during Trade,'N Travel Time Nowl 1

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HAFIN 1 ? explain just how the Globe Hospital Plan / '

i, : can be fitted to your particular need and, S / ?
h', 'E q at a cost 'within your means. It '

.I II fir t The Globe life man who calls at your J

tome has been carefully selected and
r i trained. He is fully licensed In your state

-and all his )
S_ policies' are approved by t

jour state insurance department. j

I J : His purpose in ca11.ing'is to show you a 'I I

: y,t 4 'art 'vondeiful world of protection you and

l' ;'1. :: 'fir S your family-protection that is "working
h for
J hundreds of thousands of families
S' n ___,___, across the cation-jrotection by one of '

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: i pail Globe Accident and
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OLDER WHITE LADY wanted WANTED-Ironing to do In my Cewlston, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page 7

for housekeeping Bradentonarea. home Contact Mrs J. C.TomlIn.on. Thursday, May 28. 1964 Section One
Live In, permanent pal YU 2-7247
ADS tion. Write William A. White, JunlSp
905 Orlando Ave., Bradenton
Fla. May28p Harlem NewsNews

Glades Roofing Co. !
., -- -- WANTED-FuUtlmt housekeep I
er. Come talk It over. KleHathcock. AD Types d Beef and
: BLUM & SONS PLASTEIUNa. tic Sheet Metal WerkE4ew Our Colored Community
TourN FOR SALETwo 140 Acres Very Best Work- CoMtraeUoe er MRS. JAMIE s. GAJADHA colored Newt Editor

inJnlmum 3-bedroom hornet, one Adjoining City of OkeechoPriced We Save You Money WAITRESS WANTED at Cane- Repair Jobs Phone YU 2-7631
DII for the price ol thrH. frame, one cement block Plastering Simulated Stone brake. Apply In person tic !, .
III to
rtJ Phone 27111Day _
one North tide US 27, one sell. Stucco-Fret Estimate) Personal Mea Purchases trailer
nONE YUkon 3-1201 on South tide. Both excellent Frank Deunead Realtor Licensed and Insured WAITRESS WANTED at Old .r Evenings
,po condition. Both partially fur YU 2-3421 25 Years In Business South Bar-B-Q Ranch. Mutt T. O. Box IICS Mri. Louise Patrick, Mrt. :'
r.... wbo elMrfrted efc coma aria nished. Financing can be ar 3850 Lora Street be between 21 and 45 years of CLEWlSTON, FLA. Carrie Lou Patrick accompanied 'NI\+.p i
".r the IeIII ranged. Tort Myers Fla. tic age. Contact Carroll Benson tic by their children motoredto
I pick UP twfpaseetCrystal Crescent City Fla., Sunday :
.. ED 7-OlU OX 4-2874
JbIe) Theatre, Frank Denmead. Realtor or where they attended the funeral .' .
\ YU 2-3421
esmtdme! ef the Newt IF ITS UNIFORMS set us firstNurses Miscellaneous WantedWANTED services for the late Elbert

sa"Theatre' rauea Blalt be. Beauticians Waitress EDWARDSPlumbing Padgett and Mri. Georgia
plJr4 for before Wedneadat Maid Doctor' and Barber's Blocker, their relatives. Friendsof I

NORTHSIDE horn or investment meat 'jackets. The only! uniform shop TO RENT for Repair the community express their s'.

property, priced considerably for miles around. LJNNIE'S summer 2 or S bedroom trailer Replacements.Installation. sympathy to the Patrick family Vri .
under market
UNIFORM SHOP, 1635 Hendry house or apartment For In their loss. vr
NORTHSIDE-3 bedroom frame. Street, Fort Myers. JanltfeMiscellaneous Rev.Julian Pope pastor North. .. The many friends of Mrs

NORTHSIDE Furnished. Immaculate.bedroom ,REAL ESTATE FOR RENT tide Baptist Church. YU 2-6483. Trouble Shooting Rachel Vaughn are very sorry efr
frame 4te. to hear that she la ill and con-
"Septic Tank A ,
ACREAGE$9,000. at available. FOR RENT Two bedroom WANTED Mechanic. White Specialty" fined to Belle Glade Memorial fr x
Hospital. Get Well Wishes are
ACRES NEW trailer. 50 :x 10. Call YU 2W32. ;
2 man 1845 years old. Apply 7 Call YU 2-6711 sent her way for an early rec-
bath tram home. Hardwood ltp a.m.-6 p.m., Bill's Tranimlstlon -
covery. rkt
floors. FOR RENT-Furnnhed cabins: + Hwy. 80, LaBelle Fla. or 325 E. Ventura Mrs. Mary Williams Mobile,
125 FHA HOMES In Braward. and trailers.: Johnson Fishing aa 4 a Phone OR 5-2712 JunlSp Ala: Is visiting her mother.

Palm :Beach and Dade counties Camp. YU 2-1181. tic Mrs. Rachel Vaughn who it ill.
various sizes and prices. I
Friends are always proud to see
Small cash payment FOR RENT-Furnished 3 room Mrs. Williams.

FOR RENT Efficiencies and cottage. 40. per month. Call 1 hi-I :)>ale Let us -
houses at available: YU 2-1021 Jtc -'
FOR SALE Over 1,000 vacant lots to select "
FOR RENT-Traflert and Trailer FOR SALE-Wew, Mobile pome. Kindergarten Notice
a bedroom frame house from for all purposes. Various spaces Royal Palm Trailer 3 bedroom. $500. down and 1rInr.! Mary Stewart
IlllaDdscaped I lot I; lOO'xlOO' prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic take over payments. Inquire office AIR CONDITIONyour The faculty and graduating
FJorlda room living room AND INCOME: Clewlaton Trailer Park. clans of Whltfleldt' Nursery request Mrs. Mary Stewart recently
dining room kitchen aDd PROPERTY. FOR RENT One bedroom trail MayZSp the honor of ;your presence purchased a new Armour'Trail

futility room.I $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent er. dean 'quiet Phone YU car at their commencement er, from the Armour Trailer Co.

Cu te seen after Mi: CBS construction: $25,000. 2-1238. tie FOR SALE-Riticraft 163 Mobile exercises, Friday night, May 29 Atlanta Gt. Mrs. StewartIs

".. H.adaye through ** LONG TERM low Interest, Home. Two bedrooms, IVt Complete with installation C 50 1964. 7.30: P.M..t the Recreational : the first Negro woman to .
liiyi.I farm, cane, 11'0aDd ranch FOR RENT-Three room fur- baths, like new. Call Moore Haven Center. There will be make a purchase of this kind u
I protected morta' I. minimum $30,000. nlshed apartment Private WH 6-2091 lip Easy budget plan 299 plot Us fourteen youngsters to receive from this company. She It enJoying -
Brokers LISTINGS NEEDED bath and entrance. Can YU 2- One Day installation diplomat her new home and ..,
Webb.YU 3-131 3701 tic FOR SALE Packard sedan
J. M. LANKFOBDBeg. friends art invited to stop by,
1557:11/ phase TP 11&11It beautiful condition new battery
Seal Eaiato Breker
I FOR RENT for a visit ,
and two
: one
new Ready to
New du- 530 East Sugarland Highway bedroom trailers, also shade drive. Immaculate generator. dub Newt ,
Auto and General
Fire spaces dewiston Trailer Park A few Interested women of the
pies three bedroom. Car- Priced to tell. See at "Chuck- CARD OF THANKS
xattoo: Obispo st. boo OewUton Fla.Insurance Ph. YU 2-2M YU 2461. tic.Furni.hed Wells Motor Co. tf YU 3-1301 Clewiston community have organized a. I with to express my sincere .
club for the of Improving
Pacific Stt. purpose
Corona and thanks and deep appreciationto
844L Apartment for rent FOR SALE:-One 14 ft Thompson the status of Harlem, r'.
collect Lee Wlk+on, friends for their
: many
306 N. Francisco St or call boat and trailer. 1963
tic in ways that they can help
Lake Park Fla. 540 kindness during the illness and
YU 2-4451. J. A. Marsh. 18 Johnson Lonnle
lip motor Projects will be selected, worked
wife the
of ,
Adjacent to Clewiston. recent passing my
Ford. tic
on and completed with a desired
Johnson Holmes.
Cleared. Suitable for late Mrt. Frankie
IM Acres of Highly 1m- tub-dividing FOR RENT Furnished two H. E. Rornsby goal and Interest that will I am grateful Indeed to
The demand for fat
1 pasture. Over H milt will consider: Smaller. Tracts. bedroom beachslde cottages be of Inspiration. Officers elected my church members and
jig on U.S. 27. Five Fronting U.S. 27 at Fort Myers Beach. Mrs. J. Double rollaway bed $25. K are as follows; friends of Clewlston. Belle

pud from Denmesd dewlston.Realtor Frank Denmead Realtor C. Gill 2433 First St, Fort rollaway bed $13. Rugs 1.00 and stocker President .. Mrs. Vera Whit- Glade, and Hustle for all the '
frank YU 2-3421 etch. Presto 4 qt deep rat fryer M field ..
YU 24411 Myers Fla. ED S-4381. May28e. cards flowers words of coneolation i
995. 3 HP weedlett Evln- cattle Is heavy Viet President Mrs. J. S. Ga.jadha. and every act of kindness ,

Sam F. Langford FOR RENT-New 10'xSO' house rude motor $90. Twin reversible May God bless each and all of
CMAND GREATER THAN trailer with two bedrooms O. E. fan with thermotats Buy only the Secretary ... Mrs. Eddie Moody you. Respectfully.

(EVER for houses, acreage, FOR SALE $100 down. 3- By week or month. YU 23421tfe $25. 39 Inch innerspring mattress Treasurer ... Mrs. Fannie Davit Rev. L.'Holmes t .I.

ktlncuei. Wt have customers bedroom frame; not finished new condition $1495 cattle you want Assistant Secretary ... Mrs. Ora and Family

tilting.List your property with but livable.. $65 per month. FOR RENT-One bedroom efficiency LaByert Motel 2-2891 RobinsonReporter r ,i
J. I E. Betrdsley. Ph. YU Mabel J. Whitney 117$, N.W. utilities tic Mrs. Lottie Williams CARD OF THANKS I II
tic 79th street. Miami SO :Fit.Jun4c.. apartment. Program Chairman .... Mrs. Alma
7311 furnished. Couple only. Phone 21 ft. Chris Craft open tea George, Asit Mrs. Matte am grateful to my friends f. ,
YU 2-6881. tft skiff 60 ph Inboard, very Hilton for all the happiness, they \.
215 Acres Cleared economicaL $400. YU 2-3221 '-Sales Every Monday at 1:00 P.M. Other members names will appear brought me on my birthday. d'.
20 acre home FOR RENT-2 and 3 room furnished JunlSc later. Many many thinks tor th.IttI,
Adjoining City cards and the wonderful evening p'
tit* near Moore Haven on apartment Phone 2- The Name selected was Ladles .
FOR SALE-1955 Chrymler Deluxe '
I with all of ;you.
For subdividing.Frank SR78 1271. tic Sedan dean all-power' I of the H.M.N. (Helping May the spent best In life-always '
Bealtcc ,Frank Denmead. Reaper radio, heater, air conditioned. Meet the Needs)
FOR RENT-One bedroom trailer I
come your way.ReupecWlly
YU 2-3421 YU 2-3421 Our first program will be
'15. per week utilities fir A good second family car. Call ,
eluded. Call YU 2-4064 YU 2-5881 after S o'clock In to the general public In Mrs. Annie Mat BelviaJulia' '
1 tD evenings. tic GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. the near future

Business ROOMS FOR RENT- Can YU FOR SALE Parakeets $2.00
DirectoryGOULD 24881. tic up, Mynah birds African lovebirds n... WY MMI Belle Glade, Fla CLEB NOTICE .

monkeys, cages supplies.Pet .
The Friendly Christmas Saving NookFor
FOR RENT-Sman house. Fur- boarding. Thompson Wild Beauty
Club held their last meetIng -
Naked or unfurnished, S35 Animal Farm Phone YUkon 21236. That New Look
Tow Oldies DealerCARITHERS at the home of Deacon and
BROS. per month. See Mrt. Sloan 433 tic Tinting. Styling, Cutting No
E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson iIIt .." '" "" Mri. Caleb Davis. A very Interesting Appointments, Friday and
PAINT STORE tfo FOR SALE-American Trailer, meeting was held end Saturday
there were five new members Information. Call t-1611
I' x 35'. See at Ehrllch't Trailer Per
Limo and TV Licensed Centractort > Insured FOR RENT Two bedroom Park. J. T. Clark IlMiWlY' added to our roll for whom we Mrs Jolla Sales, Freprlttor

SALES WITH SEKVICE trailer $25. per week Includes Itp are grateful. The next meeting
nEE ESTIMATES utilitlei. Call YU 24064 will be held at the home of Deacon
id.eJl B1d,. 108 Bond St lllfa E. Socariand Hwy. Itp FOR SALE-Used House Trail.cr. V M. MU4ViWd'FREE and Mrs. Henry Oigood. Harlem ClubFavorite
1963 lO'xS', $350. cash Saturday night June 1. 1964.Please .
Rune YU 24441 These YU 2-2111 FOR RENT One bedroom and take up payment YU 2- ." keep this dates In mind. Mixed Drinks Fried

Trailer 140 per month, utilities 3421. tic Mrt. Annie Jones, Chicken, Fish Hamburger
CLEWISTONTRAILER furnished. Adults only. YU Reporter and other Sandwiches
FOR SALE-Ready to go. J.
( SALESNew GAS M. Tomllnson, Ona, Fla. Phone AT Mr. and Mrs. Will WaBaetFreprleton

AppliancesSalesService BE 54786. tic Surprise Birthday Greeting
& Used I wish to express my deep appreciation -
S 127E. YU 2-2661 ALL MAKES 21" USED TV IAI Fuller'sMary and sincere thanksto ,

SET Guaranteed. $19.95 my friends for their thoughtfulness I Hilton's
POWER GASCORPORATION down. $14.04 per' month. LAKE and kindness that gave Grocery
WALDRON'SIW1'SANDC APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. UaPatDr.ka me the surprise' of a lifetime on Groceries, F r. t h Metta, '
Vegetables. Cold Drinks, Essential :
.-m my birthday. There will alwaysbe Items
Garter Paint Store a warm spot In my heart'for We appreciate) your patron-
Open 7 '.m. to 1 p.m. CALL COLLECT FOR SALE-Wew KlrnbaU Spinet \
South Bay WY WS21HZNDIY ANNOUNCEMENTS I $; t 'MISC.g Organ $895. Holdridge Mu. FcoYours Truly, sir and MnTbaniM BUemrreprleton

a3a/pm. sic. YU 24781. May28e Complete Line of Paint and Supplies Mrs J. S. Gajadha

Six Dan a Week COUNTY GLADES MERCANTILE: COMPANY FOR SALE-Payroll envelopes] Phone YU 2-3281 I

ICUSED EVERY "TUESDAY) Title & Abstract Co. authorized Singer Sew-win printed with form for social 1444 E. Sugarland Hwy., Clewwton, Fla.I .
For TO Aketraete-Tlllti' lawtranetraaJIe log Machine. deaVer't agent security, withholding and other
|1 Your Spur of Moment StemrapberFheteeecTiar service sewing machines toClewlston deductions. Box of 500. Clewlston v.It V. VJ v.. !/. tit 4A
Dopoeatltg area every Saturdty. U Elite Cafe and
KDes East: of Clewlston Bridget St and Fart Art.LaBelle. WY MS, Belle Newt office. Grocery
Bare! .,-. P. O. sex (41OBaere Phone Glad
eachttention : MM1 Ford 1953 Courier, good transportation. NEW: LOCATION
Cattlemen Edgar Johnson YU 2-2221 food engine JanlSc, $90. ATTENTION Corner Tennessee and Fourth Streets .

II a. 9me a eessseadda EVINRUDESales SLIP torn COVERS made. Complete and drapes.lint Cue ofdrapery FOR conditioner.SALE-.vAmana Year round room model air-- Farmers, Cane Growers and Ranchers Home Cooked Food Exclusive cookies Sandwiches and lot,Cream Cold Drinks CaDdIes

: wtth a Meg Mrs fabrict.et. Atmosphere
: nn.. and slip cover Reverse cycle. Coots end LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
l.flk1ter-.e and Free atm.! Can YU 35231 beats. Can 2-2881 after I tam.or Service with a smile

Molars Vaa Cothera't Custom Fumltor on Saturday tic WISELY PLAN YOUR'FINANCING Don't forget to purchase a Clewlston New
l Federal Land Bank and Used. and Upbollter7."e
Martee Har.wart FOR SALE-1957 Knox 41'sS', YUkon 2-7651
.>. tae Wrp.R. Farts ... AeteaterleiBCartne 2 bedroom haul trailer. C. T. A Lew Cert Farm Margate '
.. Safetf Kvatoaaet 4Ps Net $350. per Blair.'Can YU IUOL1i fEDERAL LAND BANK LOAM
MAY established local bull- WIll runUt Cask 'T.

":. de. ... nkea a-nu GolD. with excellent profit aeaauee ......

-.L-.... aWsspd6y R. E. WALDRON pIIfI.nees Start makInI m0on ,. Fhiaaee fans tatpreTeaaeaitt, Mir .mfldS.ft, voehase .
tbI dq JQI ta1DI nr. wfcd waehtM. and lattan tntft e b ,
mmamm All equipment. f\xtUreI\ IIIdeuppl1H Aaetst lai wtkaM t4 a f...., erert er' .......
1 Williams Electric plu.I. J bedroCJIDa ,. ...... ..r.. lead.Frerld .'
.Tee prompt. KtBdtot t adjoID1DI..aoototal ta.HU finds tar .*. Sara Mterprbe.ONLY Congratulations 1964 Graduates"We ..
Home) deUreryOf pLr' LOAN
Appaee1aa ..... A LAND BANK a,

ewe Pheae t-im Call 1 Bobby Giddens YO s-IUl 2 L. Uaurer Lower arauats..... tip. t* M yean). Wish You Success .

YU2-1M1 HELP WANIE& WOMEN I [ 3. Dtvet4aate ttrrfet aerate afrttdttn etttiftiytlM Life's
1$17)) on Joumeyl"Elite

Double "A"Roofing Lots WAITRESS! WANTED-G2adaI 4. Fin jre a7taent privilege ..... *...a,.

Tampa'Tn"bune Restaurant lie Tony Trod!. (. Lean. ttfrtot >y leeal HeyU faaaflJar with. steal airlIf .

75'itIc OO'to 'JJ1 Aller .......
aMFt Parkinsons maid. we tea .. ef terrlnt .. yes please wittt tr' >kttw Cafe and Grocery Harlem Club '
e p acroalfrom WANTED ,- Fun time W. B. MAT Mr. tf' DOYIJB J;. ABBOTT. Aaei Mg?. ;
Ueen.ed Mutt be able to cook Iron i

e Bonded i itis' News Press Dada Mrt.and clean Pauline hotiM.BonD Will pay YU weD.$. Federal ,Land Bank Association Julia's Beauty Noo14; tiarlem Garage tHilton's 1l''

liyi Jnllo .
ea A>Z 1398Yu / .... D i Hwy o.f Iradtnten '
...... CAMPBELL' 809 'fl. Sagarland WAITRESS< ,AND CAAHDEB! GrocerytLASSIFIED
a a.un' W. Then 0. s.ml YU 3- 941 wanted.. Apply to Gary Soott. PMOSfis 74S4M1 uADIlCIti 1'1.' &.

MlOff. 1TA." Th ri fty.


Illness.. He was 76. ey Included Samuel Cook, public Public
long drunk
a ,
ed at his home Sunday K5; .
away 1.or<
A self-employed house painterby drunk $25; Charles Moore, w. Public drunk :e*
morningHe ii survived by his wIfe. trade he had lived in Clew no driver's license, $35; Jepetha Jorge Tomcu :: ::""* *n
36 rears, coming here from Permit, 125. .*:*
iston Hr
ix'a: ; live: sons Earl John Vir- of Johnson, public drunk $25; Myron ::
and Jerry of LaCv LaBil. He was a native DWI $200 cr 60 D1.
,.:; Harold A. Crank, Sr, running red dr-: 1rA I
:c two daughters Mrs. Linen Tenn.Survivmg Mrs light $10 Ennls XMbrelk pub cense revoke Md:411w.:: 1
his wife ; han. ,
and !
Emily Rudd of Clewiston ) Sammie lic drunk, $25 Dudley Johnson, 130
fir: Dura Doub of LaBelle; his Edna Young two sons ; days. liS
V Po nether, Mrs. Florence Maddox Ray Young of Dallas Texas
Wauchula, four brothers, W. and Fred Olan Young of Live
Oak, and one daughter, Mrs.
,l I' and Sidney of LaBelle Clyde
James of Ftaudcrdales Betty Scaldlnl: of West Yar.
>f Wauchula and
: a sister, Mrs. :Ma- mouth Mass., seven grandchildren See RAY . . Today
brother, Tom Young
Townsend of Australia and one
"tan For ALL
14 grandchildren. of Bangs, Texas, and one sister your car needs
Mrs Alton Pritchart: of
Funeral arrangements Pattlson Funeral werehand.'od Dyer Tenn.Interment. Chevrolet Pontiac
by was in Rldgelawn Oldsmobile
Cemetery. Pallbearers were New & Used
Toulls, Bob Cars and
; Jack Davis, Tony Truck,
Berner, T H Mancll, Everett
Sam YoungFuneral McDonald and Ray Lee. .0 ,Ray Thielen
Patti son Funeral Home was ,
in charge. Representing
THE OKEECIIOBEE WATERWAY BOAT-A-CADE; taxed local era were forced.to tIp two and three deep at Lowe's Marina services for Sam

boat facUIUn beyond the limit doting their rvccnt MU Boat- (left) and Montr's Jolly Roger Marina. Staff Photos. Jones Young, 404 W Ventura "Chuck" Well Motor Co., [he.
Clewiston, were held docketCases
City court Phone \VH 6-4434 \
at Pattlson
will contain boat to be installed In the near future Sunday afternoon ,
dewlston Ha. operations
CLEWISTON NEWS diedin disposed of May 20 by
Page Eight Mr Young
fund May 28, 1964 Section One ramp dock, swimming area to be developed by addition Funeral the local Chapel hospital Friday aft Acting City Judge Carlos Dick
with beach, picnic area and of 'a boat ramp, picnic
area for overnight camping area, etc., at a budget estimateof
with self-contained trailer A $9000 Including land ..c.qulsltJon.
British Cadets will be honored concession to make boat rentals .*
available Is also proposed. Next meeting of the commit
The group, composed of S. C. tee will be in Clewiston June 23
Memorial Day in Arcadia cemetery"If Fry O. H George Carl Anderson -
Clewiston> Richard Griffin,
I should die think only the bravo lads who died in our James O Woodward Moore Haven ObituariesL.
thus of me- midst. & John Stretch Fred Schil
That there' some corner of I The services this year will be ler, Larry Nunn and other FCD
foreign field at 10 a.m'on) Saturday, May staff members, heard Stretch C. Renfroe diet
That Is forever England" 30th. Sponsored by the Arcadia report that $170,000 was collected -
These lines from Rupert' Rotary Club, American Legion In April from the sporting L. C. Renfroe,brother of Mrs BIG CAR DR SMALL. i
Brooke'i immortal poem. The and V.F.W. Posts a dozen other goods: 'tax; this is t larger than R. M. Hare, died In Emory University ,
Soldier, are carved on a marble organizations, mostly with BritIsh expected and is' the source Hospital, Atlanta. Satur. .
placque in the Royal Air or Canadian origins are cosponsors from which financing will be day after a long Illness.
Force plot of Evergreen Ceme- obtained for these proposed projects Mr. and Mrs, Hare, ,Hansel
tery Arcadia where 23 British The mayor will speak briefly; McDufflo and Ronald Hare went SSvi FIT E a THEM ALL qiy !
cadets are burled. These an American Legion official Carl Anderson, who replaced to Fitzgerald Ga. for the funeral '
men lost their lives while serving will give the main address; P. M. Llbardonl, of LaBelle on services which were held on
England during World Warn there will be participation by a this committee, appeared In Sunday. They returned to Clew. "
; they were killed, or died chaplain, and the military rites Fort Myers yesterday to present iston> on Monday. "
I during training In British Flying will Include placing of wreaths to the Regional Planning ; \t: h r > FOR LESS !
Training Schools at Arcadiaand and the sounding of Taps committee two proposals for Harney Kendrick ___
Dewlston. British Flying Training School facilities: at and near LaBelle: .. < :
.. : The totally Nylon All-Weather
This "corner of a foreign No. S was operated at Clewls-. 1. The 170 acre park on north MaddoxFuneral .
field" is truly and forever England ton on) the property now known bank of river, east of SR 29 and \
The City of Arcadia has as Air Glades Airport Hundreds bridge at LaBelle. This contains services for 'Harney : r'
deeded the plot to England and of RAF filers received 2,640 feet'of river frontage and Kendrick Maddox, "62.; of La- V SPECIALPRICES
a aa
annually Memorial Day services their wings after flight trainIng Is desired for developing as a Belle, were held Tuesday afternoon r
are held there In honor of there. swimming beach and for construction at the Felda Cemeterywith __
: of boat launching fa Rev. D. I. Phillip, pastor
Recreation cilities. (The present boat rampIn of the LaBelle Church of God
LaBelle will be removed when officiating.. :
Continued( from Page 1))
Effective the widening of the river reaches A native of Wauchulatha deceased -
June tat the culvert Spaces for 23 campsites that point). This proposal will had been associated
will be each to Include a paved be budgeted at $10,000, exclusive !with his brothers, Sidney and
.iowe. spot to park car and a tent of land cost W. T, In the farming operationof F
site to be set among the pines 2. A 9-acre tract at Fort Maddox Brothers, and was
CLOSEDall near the rim canal; a paved 14 Denaud at the site of the bridge well known in the area.He paesg -
foot road on top> of the dike and ON WHITEWALLS !
I' day Wednesdays along the slope adjacent to the
Ernie's BarberShop camp sites U Included.
The 20 acre recreation area
I east of Moore Haven near the f1W\\
>i.*.. Ernie ,and Lloyd locks a spoil which area has from been dredgingE createdby \ ,

I,6 ,I,I I : DRIVING COSTS.' .. ,, 2 FOR 29 2 FOR 36 10

'. E : 1
,i -on4 Sri KEEP YOUR .-. 6.00x13 Tubeless, plus tax and 2 old tires 7.50x14 Tubeless, plus tax and 2 old tire


S=A ,, SERVICED t| Pick Your Size and Budget PaymentsPick
di1\ "
\ Prevent accidents due.

F to faulty car care. See {

.... / us for thorough automotive | Up A Pair Today Get A Full Set Now

'"" Blockwoll Weekly Whitewall Weekly BlackwoU Whitewall Weekr!
2.-. \ Q .service now/ Weekly
.. Size Tube-Type Terms Tube-Type Terms Size Tube-Type Terms Tube-Type Tan
. I .-- H2,1? 2 for !?!.*!! !U$ 2 for $32.40<> $ -2S 6.70 x 15 4. for $54.80 "$US 4. for $64-80 :511'
.,' Service 7.10 X for $32.50 $U5 2 for $37.50 US 7.10 x 15 .4 for $65.00 $1.75 .4 for $7SJ '
__ Redish .. ; 7.60 x 15 2 for $35.40 $1.25 2 for $40.40 $1.25 7.60 x 15 .4 for $70.80 $1.75 .4 for $80.80 111 .

; Tubeless, Too in Most Popular Auto Tire Sizes :

Phone 2-9471: for Free.Pickup &Delivery Service Weekly Weekly Weekly Weal:;

IIwy. Clewiston}! Size! Blackwa11 Terms Whitewall Terms Size! Blackball Terms WhitewaU Tar.8.00x13 :
;, Sugarland t 2 for $24-50 $1.25 2 for $29.00 US 6.00x13 .4 temOO $1.25 .4 for w*. fU
A shocking S-50'1? 20 28.60 2 for S31.60 S1.2S. 6\50xl3 $US .4 for $63JO6.70x15 ll1
or 0x14 2 for $31.60 tlM 2 for $36.10 $U5 6.70x1 or '.$OxU 4teS. $1.73 4 for $7120 V\
'( I .lblS or BJOxU 2 for $35.90 $1.25 2 for $4030, US 7.10x15 or 8X0x14 .. few I'1J.aO $175 .4 for $8130 1.11.
declaration 7.60xlS or MOxU 2 for $39.40 US 2 for $44.40 U5 7.60x15 or istol4 .4 for 1'18.80 $175 4 to $8880 1v.
All price plus tax and old line la trade equal to number. p>rchn.d. Federol Excise Tax $1.43 to $"5 I

,: about big carssaving New Nation-Wide No Limit Guarantee!
Quietest No flush on months EXXtKPJZZ* TIBE FAILS UNDER THIS GUARANTEE any of mom :
roads No limit to
& as 80.000 and Ccsagainal
Goodyear dealen ill .tU
OQ a new
defects Ia workmcmah1p and mat.dal. and normal cltplh remalnlDq and current "Goodyear Price.. i
: moneyWho road hacards except repairable puncturesk IF A GOODYEAR -

bundle says? you've got to buy a little car to save a SoUNpARRI azcWsivs R Recap Tire Sale

We deny it Emphatically..
h 1;: We don't len Lttle can with the name Chrysler on
'em. We only eau one .:. Chrysler Big. We think
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I VOLM 31- NUMBER U CI wIsroN. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 28, UN Return Paataga Quaraatee4. Sea IU.J, P.K.. SubKrtptSoa .uo.ar outstanding CHS athlete !


receives the outstanding basketball trophy Doug Rudd, Dickie: Campbell
D. Angell
CHS graduates have to Alberto Morrell; awards Bill Carlthera. Matt Stanton
hero award for district: tourney play went to Frankle Robertson,George Alex
I a Unsung Jimmy Bible and Alberto Mor ander. Rodney Booker, Danny

Alberto .Morrell, a Junior In rell, mementos for All-Confer Quinton, David Barrow Pat

:: definite plans for future \\ I Clewtston High School, receiveda ence Ridge Morrell teams and went Mike to Max-Alberto Hingson Baldreet, and Gary Murray Redlsh Belcher., Leslie:

trophy as outstanding athlete sine Others receiving basketball Coach Joe Bundy presented
:d *to* percentage of the cur- employed and five of them already Corvallis Oregon, Donna Sul for the 196344 school term at letters were Jesse Buslck,r the outstanding football a player
;*< plans for the future. The trend of those entering U.S. Air Torte Debbie Kemp., night at the Glades Res Mandy Morrell Pat Baldree, the unsung hero award, presented .
JIrIeeI! of the 52 graduate college Is away from the larger Beautician, Barbara Jepson Isabel taurant. Presentation 'I'1I.mad! ,and BID Carltber by the Palm Beach Post to
w been accepted by college state universities. Six of the Medical Technology by Coach Joe BuDd,; Doug AngeU. Others receiving:
basketball Coach Ernie Hill presentedthe
wrilties and another student will attend colleges: In Martinez. 1I Charles McKlnney. letters were Edwin Cato, Jim
** ex- School of Nursing Jackson coach of Zephyrhllls Class B outstanding baseball player
10 Instate : Nelson
attend win enroll my Rodney Booker
college, but hat other states. Four
Memorial HoiplUl. Miami Beverly State Champions, was the featured award to Mike Mazzlna for his
received confirmation: universities: and four are Mandy Mortal Fat Baldree,
** of his Preston Carol Evans speaker, who spoke on all-round ability; conference recognition -
K4nct Colleges, Doug Rudd, Don Edwards, Donate
at Junior
yet entering
Memorial of went to Mandy Morifell
of Nursing Orange qualifications:
School the necessary
1\ree : Y ooer, Henry Bowden, Smit.ty
&iris ors entering BUT:- ,i The students and their Immediate Hospital, Orlando. Clew a winning team. McKinney: told Alberto Worrell and Mas Polhill. Lee Ford. Donnie .
:.IIIOther plans' training at a careers are: Ice Raulerson. these present, "while bosses xlna. Letters were received in Moran Johnny McGee.Jimmy I
technologist.: one win Edison Junior College, Donna Weddings: L 111 d a Garrett I I I I are excellent, a winning combination addition the above by Jimmy Dana,' Kenny Davis' Bo Lindey -
>III f the" USAir and Anita Parrtsh. Giddens Bible, Mike Fletcher Bruce
Force and Redisb (Troy Cotton): Chris I can be built on determination Mike Mazzlna.; 8' e v e
will take training >. a Palm Beach: Junior College, (Lionel Beatty) Cherry McDon- and attitude, as we Taylor, Bubba Schneider: Steve
te'e' Wedding bells will Cal Banentine. old (Curtis Pelham): Sandra did this year at Zephyrhllls." Schneider: Jesse Buslck. Bobby. (Continued on Page. 2))
loon for six of the girl Norman Park Jr. College Pace (J. C. Douglas); Penny 1 The Carson Newman graduate Hare and Bill Farrar
: Its. '(Norman.Part Cal Linda Cart.in ) Ronan (Felton Ricks)} Sharon mixed humor with ten Coach Bob Baker presented
"EchteeQ* !be students expect: to Wohlheuter (Jim Sorrells). qualifying steps which: make the pufstandlng track: team Post Office will !
ranks of the gainfully Florida State University, Phyllis Entering the work force of winning combinations. Seventy ward to Richard "Bo" Llndsey -
Crouch. Cheryl Ue, Suzanne nation are Doug ADIeU BU. percent of the battle 1* mental who established a new conference
Peen. 1 11 the Crawford (Clewiston News). :'Everyone; in yiiir' bom town\ \ attitude and determination, Mo. : ) record of 91 for the close SaturdayMemorial '

rlme for University of Florida.. MitreMazztae. Evelyn! Daughtery, Caroline *joint ur on this fccation to.wit. Kinney said, mixed thoroughly 100 yards' dash and won thesute
boath03tration Caan. Dennis Gsnn (American with development of- ability, CUs B championship for Day win be observed
Jacksonville (University. Beverly Telephone and Telegraph Co., ,, !ih you 1J iI "J1I1lk: physical condltlonlag and train the i a :, e classification at as a full holiday by the
Etherton. Jackie: Goldman. after one ye.rofschool.TttUe "! ...... lag knowledge of the game being Oa'jveivUle.'! Baker also commended Post Office, ,reports A. W. Bias, 'I
B Rollins College, Chris Kelly, Hlgdon (airline hostess) Bonnie \ played, fundamentals and Ronnie Olden for his postmaster.
4 Boat Regltratlonu Barbara Rigby.University Knowles, Bo Lind* Ken >*>' practice: : a well balanced offense contribution to the success of
Issued byue the tax col- of South Florid, Leod Bob Moorman (First CLEWISTON NEWS coupled with outstanding defense the track team In its first year There. will be no window service .. "
tit fluenttlning oa Jute Jimmy Montgomery; Matt Stan- Bank of ClewiltOll; ; ) Ronnie 01- THE the stamina and desire of competition Olden established And no delivery service J
AIl9reseot '. ten. Robert Thompson Barry Patterson Brenda not to quit, the ability;of the a conference record of III either city or rural. Mall will i
e dstratbna will ,: Berry College, Mount Berry.Ca dan Mdte. Tom Rldldin (CODItruo- Beryl Bowdeh Sonny Stall Louise Miller coach to lead the boys and get for the low hurdles at the meet be received and dispatched: en 4'I I
eo June Eth, and new .. Tom Howling. ), Steve chneider. Dale their best effort, development In Ft Meade. the usual schedule, however. 1,
're required on an : University 'of Missouri. BIB tine Stanford Cheryl Water (nurs- Margrrt and Bill Saw Bemke isistizon rRalph of ..confidence: and a good Other receiving letter were Saturday May 30,1 11 observed t''
11 G. V* tfter that date. Farrar. after one year of work). Contras\ attitude. Mike salsa Alberto Morrell. a* Memorial Day and is a national

word.set ndutratkq as e tin The Citadel. (South Carolina), tag Larry Wams (Bek1n Van Damon Roy Wfloox Coach lureD Ban ..presented r. !teal Gann_ Doug ;.AngeH,] holiday.I' .
year. says the Tax Tommy Moore.d.Ge4fgj$3ech4. tines, Alabama).
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T tie THE a.EWISTON NEWS Jla Hine. Frank Hunt Susan Butch- -
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OutstandingContinued ---...
Hine Barbara Beverly Preston Bill Baird
Thursday May a. 1964 -Section: Two Rigby art
Barbara dark, Carolyn Cox ( from Page 1)
and Johnny Turner first year.
win honors for band serviceThe Mary Alice. Gober. Frank Perry Schneider Victor Allison and a
Dennis Gann. r 1s
and Barbara Clark received
Mrs. Ernie (Janice) Hill presented -
: awarding of band letters, Ken Young, band member of stars on their letters, the star Sandra Pace with the
service stripes and two ipecltl six years lervwal announce indicating perfect attendance at outstanding cheerleader award
trophies climaxed the annual ed as captain of the band next 37 full band performances and her four yearsof
YOU'REA and .
band banquet of Sugarland Band year. Ken was elected by secret: 75 full band rehearsals. Barbara service as a cheerleader. Linda
of dewliton High School/ Saturday ballot of the members. Clark received a second Mary Beth Fry, Jan
0KGRADS for the best record.-only Johnson
: tI evening Band letters or service points missed from a totalof Wilson. Sara Jo Cato, Janice
Bandmaster Jack L. Scott
stripes, are earned by students Carlln and Barbara Zemonek:
presented the Ginny Lee Memorial for band work after 745 letters
regular received first year ;
,1 i t Award Jot the first year school hours; the member must Majorette Awards were presented Jackie Goldman and Sheila
band member with the most be at 90% of the band
present to Barbara Rlgby6years Isabel, second: year letters; Cindy -
1':1: outstanding record to Eugene practices and projects: to be ; Jo Anne Wood. 4 years; Allen and Sally Ollphant.
lime. "There were so many excellent eligible for a letter or stripe for Sandra Bell, Chris Kelly and third year letters. Miss Ollphant
I records of first year that year, explained Mr. Scott. Isabel Martinez 3 years; and was also announced as nextyear's
students that it difficult to
: Service awards
.ert.4lven to Tlllle Higdon. 1 year cheerleader captain.
I make this decision", said the Cheryl Waters 7 Ken band and
years; Special guests of the Prior to the presentation of
.t bandmaster in congratulatingGene Young, < Joe Elder and Band
: years; seated at head table were letters and awards each coach
on Us selection in such
Warren Fletcher, S Dan
years; Association: President 196344
I of the year's activities -
gave a resume
strong competition.A
McCarthy: and Linda Reynolds. Mrs. Dan McCarthy and Mr.
of their particular sport
Fi; special trophy was presented 3 years, Linda Tull. Ken Strick McCarthy; 1964-65 presidentEarl
and the high lights of Individuals -
to Barbara Rlgby, a senior
land Dave McCarthy, Patrick Mrs.
\ : E. Edwards Jr and
contributed to its sue-
: completing eight years of band who you
\ Kelly Lynwood Bishop, Duncan Edwards Principal and Mrs.
: ;' service Barbara bas been head Murrow. Buddy Thompson, 2 James E. Brandon, Mrs. J. H. cess.
majorette and has not only Coach Bundy presented a new
years, and Bonnie Huey._Mary Bible (Superintendent Bible
Eomit yov JiploM if Ml ofmyi ajy u (tit fort served devotedly and with talent Alice Gober, Valerie Crofut, Jim was unavoidably absent), Mrs. annual award outstanding senior -
Mike Mazzlna and laud
but has shown qualities of to
: Amji'nj. ", Brandon, Earl Edwards Kay Robert N. Adams, majorette Instructor -
space age-
of varsity
ed his five
leadership throughout and often years
Owens Frank Gene .
.;' Wt solute yw fcc tkii PcninejMnt ass nub roi (the in difficult situations said Mr. Perry i, and Mr. Adams.TO competition in four sports and Si:
: 1 let tof W ialLt Jubut.I Scott. The special award bears the 17 letters he has earned. A big success Is made bv
i I the figure of a majorette in plaque will be placed: in the library I1.' '4 Jpatticg together
gold, on a walnut base with the name of the Eny
"Life of a College Bandman"was winning senior engraved thereon small successes.: .

\ Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency the topic of the speaker each year and the honored keep building.G. .
I Dane Wills, a senior In the Univ. czr: GREATERTHINGS senior will receive a replica of
of Miami Band this year. Wills the plaque for themselves.A .
J urged the boys and girls to continue delicious dinner of roast
their band work during prime sirloin fresh pole beans.
college because it will bring \. snowflake potatoes rolls and R. Berner, Distributor Gulf Oil
them friendships with many butter was served to the large
I worthwlle students will provide \ group in the Pit room.
j recreational activities and release 6 Other guests at the banquet
from the tensions of academic besides the players and cheerleaders
; ( study. Band also givesits were J. Homer Bible
members opportunities of who gave the invocation; Al- Advertising doesn't cost. it PAYS!
service to the university, a. berto Morrell Sr., Ken Walker
t sense of pride In representingthe Harold Estep S. H. Stalls Bill
school not only on campus Bowden and Frank Polhlll.
j1'' but in many pleasurable tripsto
other cities. College band students
are a well-disciplined i
i group and Its members learn to
discipline themselves and to

budget their time and efforts. sl t 4dg4zeM.
Many of them are 'scholarship i
students said Wills.
Jim Bible band captain, sum
marized the year's activities; 49 1 f'
public appearances' including the
Lions Convention parade; the
Junior Orange Bowl parade, the 70

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fattieyoHd Price' high Acres. The band also sponsored OC
t1 Lt the University of Miami LOOK AHEAD,
Concert Band In a Clewlston 17Cg
performance. He presented a ,
Yes. This is **.
diploma a jewel
1 Q-' } gift of earring set to Mrs. Dan o
H 1 tbecauseit is the first great ** McCarthy: president of the' Band WE OFFER OUR .
Association this for her '
Cp year 'i
,,1 ac of your life We 11"j great help to the band. BIn Ferry | t 6.11
-. made the presentation of,a GOOD WISHES .., .
"j hope it is the first jewel togreater .... shirt to Bandmaster Scott for I THAT YOU 'Ie
his devoted work with band stu- t New HorizonsBecon "
r'f" successes. 'i
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:1 Mr. Scott presented honorary '
; letters for outstanding band support 'CLMS Of 194'. 1
j -- and many hours of service: : ,. .
to Principal James Brandon, W
... Mrs. McCarthy: Mrs. RobertN. a-.
Adams, who taught the majorettes You .
and to his wife Mrs YOUVI JXINII: rr. ..
Scott for her patients and sup. .. ..
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Tlt--ndo.: place of voting Nonce I I. hereby given to the following tn.lbl* Thursday, May 28. 1964 Section Two
:: pereone that Notice I. herby glean that on the tot day of June AD "It .t
election shall be ''Ifrl' rt tale la their name on the lbel Tax twelve o'clock deer In the city of VBelle
noon at the Court House
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Orlftln Broe Garage, located on are delinquant and see now drawing Interest at County of Hendry, Bute of Florida tai sale certlfiwlo0\ will be 4 Ina L. Norton _____ Ml
BK. No. Ill South, 1 mile Northof \the.rate.. of 1'10 per month, with a IOlnlDlllm of three tI'-') p.roost.101. sold 0" the following described land 10 pay the amount duo for _t of NE"ef NB"5ef :
the Blumberc Grads Hendry suck U.I..y.nl. tongthle perwaa. property mlea are paid tares herein set opposite the same together with all Oats of such Nit eio Rd
County: ., Florida The poll will before the first say. of June U., warrants will Iseue t sreos sale and all advertising.A. Rwy 11 tI II J. X-11'. A Linda Cochran lilt
be open at voting place on the directing levy upon the 1O..vr. of the tangible property TERRACE I
.. gloct. a .f da!' of a4! bond election. from .r the taxhayer a... IInpa.G trans 0. W.r4. H.lldfF County Tax Collector EVIULYN 1.4019 I
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Tnd.11, W. W. 0: Co r. RoN .1.11 ot NWYion Block 1. Lou l Psareo I
TeruoBervice Pta (Jerry A. White) ..... 110 square font In Dock 4. Iota 1-I It North Helen Shore Farms Ins 164.00atb ''I
The Tropical (IJ. D Fountain) 111,11 Cur NS14 ofNWK Ores N" II ot R It 1
AS THOUGH YOU Town Paint 0 Hd..o (J. T. C.lOn) .. .U.11 NM .:: Rwy 11 4 II lake Placid C1esrIng 0onatruction 8E\4 ot 601of : .
Washington. Carl Co. n.11 5lirVsVJX/ Farms lnS III.It
110.1 Ibo r
JUST STARTED TO SCHOOL, Willis W. H. (Chick) 111.11 8E: Of NWU( II 41 II Lake Placid Clearln* r In \{ SlL 14 41 It
ON TODAYS Warren Jerry __t- I.... <,on.truotlon Co. .1. .F8VIEW tl := 1' 43 N .... patrlcl. Owens 111* .

CONGRATULATIONS Whitey Restaurant 104$4 Boll NW Cor OL -11, Dock D t / Robt I.O. Jackson '!.,, 1
WONDERFUL ACHIEVEMENT. Williams Foy" .... 111 1t-8 to Rlv- 1t : Hilton i.'Idoan Williams
William Frank Tractor Sales ".01 W at. Rlv to ti Block D. Lots 11.11 I. .. )1111.1. C.
Yoangn Harlem Funeral Home 10.... Bee line-N to POD 11 41 II Lake Placid: Clearing Ca iCoostructloa n..' W'Ic.r ll.0' I'.
Beg au tt If ot 111ICo. ,I

Class l NOTICE -N. OL. 0-li9105 Block B. Lad 10 Simmons Franklin D. *. Judith 0. 11." %

Notice U hereby gives that the following lands or *o much ft.-O 100 nt:P015 11 .1 II 0e0. L. b. Rosa Baker 11.40Wit J. b Latlola 11.1 ,
Lot 14
of thereof a* will be neeeeiary to pay the amount due for tares herein of BW\4 N of ,;'I
i 11 U II Roger L. Davis T. $7,11Rwr I
set opposite to the some, together with the eoet of suck sad and ad- WHUi7.u"t A' o!- HARLEM ADD NO. tBD ::

vertlelnr beitnnln will at twelve be sold clock at publlo auction on the let day of June, nit H..,.. .0 16 U I1 Rote L. %)...1.. .Tr. .$00Harding -iTT -T It 41 14Cot I
noon at the City Hall of the City of Hgto SD Dock J kTLot. | to Allen Br. /L//
1964 Clewleton. Florida. The land are below deacrlbed I aooordlnr to plat Lot 131 111 llophia L Jonas .n / Elbert. Mitchell lun I I
: Lydia
record In pint book I .wi r i
pare Tl to 71 Inclusive I of the current Fublla Block L. Lot Angelina .. Platen BU _
Record of Hendry County, Florida. of NW \ : i '
Beg 101 tt II Ij t t
Richer Matteon, Tax Collector. Cur of EtO U'II: Block N. Lot. .r Fred Le.-" Alma C..t, 1,4t, of, :
-8 500 tt-E oJ Dock P.: Lots 1 Isaac Scott I
Owner ai :
Block Amount line SL Rd-HE'l Lot n Alma Canty .: I
Luther Lowe ExceptLot: IIUO' of IT' .1. Itd Rwy to PtE Lot: k ,
ot NUl' Improvements of II.-W. to 161.01
only) ot lot t I lUt POD .xo Itd Roy 'U.. M..bal.A. I. b Dorl. Block Q. I lLa'ots: j 1-' Frneit McCrayThureton Hilton -== 1,0: $ I
Charles 0 Caroline Booth EU' of II, WU' of 11. 11. 15.11 l'.c. 11,11 Thuretoa' Katherine 1
R W. Crouch lot II .01 .1.1 CITY 0" L.UJEu.JD 1311Clinton
_. John T. Cockrill lot l' 101 '11..' 8Blk / U .1of Lot Nay 1."
David 1. 0 Batty I. Carlton lot.. LIP of lot T lOT aUI .. /Beg 1$ ii"'R ULot Rob.rPeterm.n 11." I
Kesler Construction Ca E\6 ot lot 11 111 1.1' 81': Cor-W 100 *i Jeeele Walter 7N
htsmos Ruben Orta lest 1 "N i6 ft-E 100 Lot 41 I
Ramon: : Rubs Orts Et :, lot 11 m:11:: la.-a Uth is POD "

Kathrine Hogan WU' of lot" E37'l" of 000DN0 ens "lD-==- 4 41 :: .A )011.1.) K.ily J. 11.1. HARLEM ADD NO I It 41 14 I
4 4 43 BD
lot .11 100... I/I nor a Humphrey =f.O.
Ralph IlL 1'lIIm. Into II. $4 II' 17." Blk.: : :: lots: UU: Robert R. K.all1 $301 Block Q. Lot 41 t WHIl A Lena P. McCoy 1.11
"-'< R.1 R lIlm.D lot 11.11E. a 1 ft'of lot 14 .Block I\. Lot 1 Blbert Allen Jr. a. ,
: m to
*. *," Blount into 11 11.10Samuel : D. D. E.IIy I. 111.11JONIC8 Lot \
: ., '. Rachel An..n lot II sop ..... II>. R. /RAeED 14. 0. 8. Lot 1 Robert J '::'r'rODJ'.-=. 1OF.
loos 1. 0 Mary Co Wilkinson lot 4 U' '1..' Blk. t ,. Thomas Ifs
Lot..m block Lot
THE CLEWISTONUNN I W. E. Ball lot. le 11I1' .! U... 111.71 A. Ileaf; J. i Emily K. Block p 1. Lot 1 Ernest J MeCray ... a tlfM )
Blinds Irate 1t. 1311 = Erase McCray .---- I
C. .IonlO lots 1/ t o'1) m 1m: Block 11 W% 4 .1 II ..1larli. W I 1

Thomas W. k It..ola lit II.. let II 401 LII Block II. Beg .W Yells... 'UT Lot It txtwle Co b BloodyTarver *
Thomas W. A R.nola Stiles lot 11 111 1.11 Cor of NW Y-E II a. A Clara BellJoli"ny
Russell B. 0 Temple Lee Judd lot 107 tt-H Lot II Claudia Lee Ilf "
James Patriots Owse. lot 4 G 1.11: ft.-8 N ft a Poll 4 II 10 j
W. A Martha I
't \ L. Zing Estate: _, Jr.
.1.11 _
Robert 0 Doris Jackson lot 5 B ..11 ew tot II
and its employees Russell B. 0 Temple Lae Judd lot 7 B 317 BIC e-B' 11$ag ft-N Feud Clark ASelmaFred Scott tll t
1/ _
Russell Judd lot 1 0 71.11 11 see ft.i it Alma Caa" ... I''
: It I A
Rus.oll: Judd lot 1 0 111PnnkecSimmonsrlll 56 tt: FOB .._ 4 II II D. Douglas Kelly ."71JltrM Block :x. Late 1 II-II John Doc --...-.- ..li
Iota 1r E /I It
Al .portI11aag.ry U' A In BLOCK .. 4 II 10oa 1HA'RLEM
Jim Cock'lII Airport. bangers 131$ / ".'tiii1Q'iD Cltu..11 Iroo.rty 11.11 AID NO. fj .. 1/ ?

r Block a Lot: 4 Af David' R Palli.on iit-iti
BLOCK 141 II llchard Asna _. ....
.' Lots $1 11. I. Mi.ox 111
/117- .UI 4 Hlal* A Bernlce Anthony
.' Block J. Lot _
: The Glaroub pommealtrRallassa
HIW n.1 of
.. ,.::: 10 tat se Charoh et Je.ee MVft

1TI..1l'--J t-W. NAILS COURT II 41 14 I

raw L.UIllf3&-U ui.1ifl ie 3'OB 0 .1 n Jack 31.. i Betty Doyle. 11.1. Loes Lot. It 10.11 to 11_-__', Jesse henry Klloa.1&Ha.llu.k-_ 44.lt.If

.. .1.. -- NW. of BB .1
II 41 14 John llcXonaarl _
Lota I.i Charlie Leo Bryant 11,00WRENA I.Be r.=-o--H
III* 11 ft oi
lID N" 140 II NW Cor ..... 14 jg
t' BLOCK II lit ft 8 441 it--7I .
CarM $ .
PUB 14 41 14NWU -' Produsa -
i : yot. 1. SD to i = Lola WOOt.D Jla4do. _. 11.1$ It* ft-N to
IANENA 544 '
BLOClI: II /1 11 *f ROE of
\ 1., 14 Arthur 3. Aortal ..11 I
.r .,' !:&.l IS 4 i a. i Purl Coaxer u.c. .: \4.f 1W\4 .1 -
j yrnA gwy II .4 $5 Muriel Orleh 4..It

.. M': I' ...: .. 1 r. SW 14BEY:\ 01 :
= 'WELLDO NE..1. ftN$4Q5 ft-I $01 1\4oJ'-cLiW : II 4. It Harry H. Blu.lIor. 4.1*
Big \ 7r'ft.'i i' It Agee I4an Billy Grant 110."
to a if'k
... m'ItL i
.- f. isiaw ,In ft-Ir Moattohor, ___ II.41

} 11.... 11-11 liT nNU. r.o.fa: of III ft I: I: Moeisomert __ 4.11It

.... d. II
ft t. POB W. p. Andrews -,11/,11 .
.J lllook ... Lot -
I PARK Richard V. Phelps .**
e' 14150 L40K //rue -
Lot 11All$ ._ Rlohard M. Con ______ tit ; I
OovLLER l'rpA"i'iiZ'' D S May Waldo Andree 101.11 : Rlohard M. Con _____ M*
11 /1bik. lioek4ll'M-: Lot
TO Lots 1' to 54 Oscar Lan.ford J,. 11,11 T. I Leonard L. b Nancy R.

ElocEI.lal IRK /1 .. Nice Lang Bally Grant 111.11 Block 111. Lot II Mary Wilde Crum. It.l: ;,

140.1.Icas0ftslrlo: 11' side Block lit. B If ft
0" .ao
a lot 50x16ft N 0S Lot 11 All Lot Itox Chas I. 0. Carolyn ..
vl.r I. I. Cor 1 45 II My Waldo Andrews 41.11 '* B I ft Booth 111

\JJtTJIIIW lID 1 II 10 pDeckl5I.Wlin' '
Lots ,,0' t. II tot 4-B 14 ft Lot
Sarah Effie 'l'ora.o .1.1 I The Truitee .( Clooeeeof
Lots 4 'Lnom 8..blttfl.Torano_ 101.1. "' Bo I'lo'lda.- LOPE
II 8D LLE "' Block 141. Let f The. Reedal Lumber Co. 11.1''
$4010 Block 101. Let It R. W. Crouch _____ .
Lots t
Ib-; 11a Lashley U.I'I1 Block toLot t-
Your' PALYDLot = I 40 10 i1 I. ft __. David L. A Betty CarlUa 4.TIT.
success of OI.r--- James A, Slog '.... Block .k"\l
1 II II to S. J. Jr. A. Ida Crawford III.14
the Block I. La t 3
Do 0. Mauls UT
present l FORD PARK SD 1 tI IIa .
II*. Let 11-
"- a I-I Block 1411Keller
"Ima D. Bowen 11.70 Audra Bower ,
"' -
makes us proud; 1 ,.I:1 IU-:' Georgians Coflell 11.71 L "k 141. EV4, Let ;
__ Charles A Barbara. Marie ..... 7 Con*. Co. 14. .1.
t'Ii Bill Baxon: ______ It It
CDpertun- \ /K F. A. Bill Salon ______ 11."
fties U.-a rlr t '1
ILk\\ i : .: = .tU 1
1 I secs i'ii'J: : ale
of the fu l lu d ..-.. Elijah Given $4.41S Rates J. A Mattl Devaa MfJennl

1964 11.- "NI t B.lhilgeleMhh: 4370: A'10ik 146 Let
lure make : .
us lll 5'T I .h:. Mila H.arries ..... W41 Lot 10_ i t Toull .U
J. H.
haQp7e < 00 -_ Tim Curtis -_ f..f0 lee 111 Lot la- ,
1 YOU HAVE REACHED 111 .a... .10 14.45 !! \ bliss h. 1cIr... M* I
> .U.14 Johnson til'.1&"/t..lonr: a Frltohey __ t-l
131.1.. 'Tim Curtis 15.10 lllook IIl W 4S at J I ILo'
r1i\\ r ANOTHER RUNG ON U. a I-.AII 5 o Dorothy Jane Braekla ...t
vx A 11. C.v "ortur 1111 Ih11 T. J. Jr. A Ida Crawler*] loll
\ .. w" 3..
11 i i 1CLLBR BD S II N leek 4. I Katharine B. Honor 301Block
b" ..THE LADDER LoU .f-I .. Selma Bowea. _____ .... I IT 1to.IA\\..
,. -:. Let 1 j- J. L. Mnfarieed. ..... u Sarah Fountain ._ 4LH I It10ak
"' L-t U ._. Delel.* Beaaett IMlUJt
\. KW8VT D iS'N Let l-t ., ..tll.r" Tyler /
174. '
; .4 > OP SUCCESScgfrr ".- aAyxN10 Tim Curtl. / 1 rt..CAWn er R Toler _' t.i! ..
; ...Ii Leul. A Eep ..un.. 440 11'I. Leoa A Jaw Beeabry _

L : L : LIV -v (fKBJ3P CLIMBING' "Vj Slack. ,ttl'XHM'L U-ft" ., J.Lan waits, Taraage"James. 864l .... Bleed Bl loch i.i"LU if I', awls. B,rlt* Jon*. ___ 8.14 I' i

.j .. iji Joe '1'. For ....d 11.. "'Y''' -Cb/1 A. Helea dark -j lilt1l
Church el th Uvlas ijStfiaTarn
.; "taU OW. MeoeaTi ArUla .. ... t Raich A A. Beth TltaaaaBamuel f81 ,

<< {( .. Jaekaem 1Y. .... less .... &.at _. L +=Y r, Field ..-,.
z..ar :.- Iwt 11 .. -. l ....... AaceU 11.11
; Joe lees _ ui't4 .
BUek Let 4 re Lee 0. Mary a. WO .
r .11" t' .....
N I Easter 1f.a1I II
0 Nel.
..... Q 11:11 y tgene .,. wait. HI
Ja leee NIecE.J'& r1e: U I W. X. Bailey 1TLT4 ,
.,.. .. IIn. 411. M I
t, taaley A Vela 11.IIf
4 .. tUMk 411. LoU ItA.. I*
.Jae I I. J.ma A. IooIIraa I. 1$11 t, I A Chrletlaa err
ARST lug 114.11 r zep rn '' 5W. A Oartee 0.... _' I"a t
BANK( Of..CLEWISTON' la-l' .. t I. HARE Lumber( & Ready-Mix Inc. : r.n.JfWIOU' :!r..... r:1'":: R h lora. JIo.Uat Clink u. ,
,-W.ILI. A_ Lot ;. I'Marlin S. 0 PaalW '"
.. POE Pum.d u. h
__ 1 it N dt.w leek CMD 1111P ....11 1 '
I' Pin ...... ....... IINAr.
and its employees .tfIi'1D.- if M.N It /I; iaa 0e "

'Y1aIa" Qslo 'UTaRt. I' ...,-.... rt 1 = W. i. PaPIIM. IL .fI! :
Sf M N :
o.aw Iaweola .... I t /Laa..u b1.r Kallal I. WOW... 11::
w !! :
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law Those already to receive pension under the
der the new Jobs
Page Four THE CLEW1STON NEWS Oewiston. Fla. appendicitis I few days after increase of 1M percent. law.l'urther. there are i.
Thursday, May 28, 19M Section Two the students reached horn Her Vets info service This .Is more significant sine on the roll on that date new Information be oily; that Young J IhIa>
there were more than 1,193,000 have the privilege tf remaining! may time they It! ,
appendectomy was performed reach
in the Clewlston hospital and B, FKANK E. VELTRE old law pensioners in January, under the old law or of electingtL obtained from County Service proximately 21 the *'*;
Officer or the VA. could
to which they have looked forward she, too, recovered rapidly. County Service Offfcrr 1963, and less than 1183000 in could qualify b.
Two Seniors for four years Both girls are enjoying the Veterans, and the widow of January, 1964 Rufus Wilson. Elt.ep bto
Administration, apProacbhc.: !
Senior festivities this week. veterans, receiving Veterans Mgr Veterans, employer
Miss Phyllis Crouch, saluta- Youth job lor tIItir
Administration pensions under said. surveyis ployment POllcle.,
undergo torlan and of the class, tlona S
surgeryTwo president law grants a he
the provisions[ of the old law are The old pension asks are fet
was stricken en route home showing increasing Interest In flat rate pension and sets certain and/or eelucatloaaI "
of the girls who will receive from the Senior trip to the nearing endHarold went
law of
limits The new
Teachers the new pension system that Income potent.
World Fair. She stopped off in plan t
their diplomas tomorrow income limits and for the
went into effect July 1. 1900. raised t h s I alJlOuDtlt
night almost missed being present Okeecbobee with her sister, Mrs. In the first three months of slightly and set a sliding scaleso Eitep, guidance counselor needed, and the Job
In person for their gradua H. H. Raulerson, Jr., whose 1964, more than 4000 of these that a greater pension payment of dewiaton High School, Mr, Esttop auto that IIUt.
.I' tion. T3oy have had appendectomies husband is a physician and surgeon summer studySeveral pensioners elected to receive went to those with lesser la Bearing completion of an ex- the communIty Who
remained there for i Is
; and
during the past two ployer II
their pensions under the new income tensive job opportunity survey\ who has
t weeks However, both her operation and recovery Dot beta S
recovered -
law. This compared with less All persons coming on the of Clewlston employers to please
rapidly! and were on hand to Miss Arlene Ingram, who members of the Clew than 3.500 such elections In thefirst pension rolls on or after July hopes to complete can>.
r march down the aisle with their commiserated with Phyllis on lston High School faculty will The aim of the survey is to soon Iba **
unCongraluTatioiutfflJ and
three months of 1963 or an 1, 1960 must receive pension to make
I class-mates in the ceremonies the bus trip, was stricken with put their summer vacation timeto determine how many and what pieta a. POssible, *
I work toward furthering their -- L
I own careers They are enrolledin
special work at various universities -
,., and colleges, and will
bring a fresh outlook and additional 'vi
',f training to their duties 1964
: next faU

1': LOOK Mr and Mrs Frank Gentry ;:: .
will be students at the University /
of Florida in Gainesville. II
AHEAD Mr Gentry.will be working on CLASS -
i his masters degree Mrs Gen- HAPPY
: try will attend a six weeks Family OF YoIE'L

r; '64 nection Economics Finance with at the Workshop the School University of In Home con- q qNINETEENSI qJw4UaJ L if r wJII

She was granted a six weeks'
: j room and board scholarship for DAY

:; this studyMrs __ ,
I Sarah Oliphant will be
/1 II
r I II at the University of Minnesotato I
I attend a six weeks Instituteon I .;,
Genetics under a National ( Clewiston ;
i <
Science Foundation scholarship WORK
Mrs. Sammie Punaway will 1
study math at the University of
i Chattanooga under a scholarship Laundry Inc. ,
h from the National Science \ I :
Harold Estep and Ken Walker May the future
will continue work towards their
..f: HAS master degree, and If they ) bring yongreater WINNERSLet
succeed in scheduling the proper
best of lad SBJCSSS.
to I '
courses complete their ;
I may
: BEEN FULFILLED, WE master degree this summer .each of you.L CUJitJoOrI I Let us join family and
Ernie Redlsh Is also doing friends in wishing r
graduate work toward a masters our
WISH YOU MANY MORE. degree Glades Ben Franklin JA, graduates good luck.

I' Assistant Coach Ernie Hill .. "
'. plans to take special courses CLASS t
THE TROPICAL for certification, in driver education Roofing Co.. Store ,;( 1op
and Coach Joe Bundy 64 ,
,I.'\ will take special courses at Fair-- OLD SOUTH'BARDQUE RANCH
mont College, Fairmont, W Va


We're 194poPpln' s

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I :' 1 CLASS our PROUD 0

.1 buttons Of you .,
OF ", '" t .
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JaehuhyouoppctmIUu: i

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"1" Mr. and Mrs.
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I I C1IL.\ G. H. Brown Sit $ \ a

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r ; '' ,- CONGRATULATIONS We're So Youhwerm: ON YOUR MAJOR emeL

,/', J, t.f You have worked and studied for ''PrOUd W1ACHIEVEMENT.: eLho

." ., :;. this day. We hope that success will Of YOU hor

I ; ,I, .'* always be yours.SHAWNEE. Corbin May the coenaed efforts W
r 5 hove brought you this ptfo-

; If.; Davidson's Frank's Grocery Farm & Ranch Brig yon to even greater it
k9 -
saccess IB the frltarre.TO ita

''t \ FARMS Cleaners and Market Supply Tr CLASS o.64


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''' You hove earned
,.j ,; ::. With your diploma. r .
t ; in hand chart May> :yoae opporfanfZfei your reward 1hk
; : : your endMW
I Hie whole town is proud >
:: '. ':.6 course for the future. sever witter. 0 r
:. the doss a *
\ in wishing
0 J. E. Bed : flour
: :"J f d' C .. .. i: 0 di 0 / rdsley sincerest congrarulah'ons for 0a

s :: m : t L'... done
i;' I : .JI::; Loworn's ---rl ," '1 Real Estate job ha-
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