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: June 4, 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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TWO SectlGnl TheckwtonNews

[ members escape injury as 12 Pages

-- Dedicated to 11&e advancement of Hendry County and Americas Sweetest Tow,,"

ruck goes into canal; $3,000 loss VOLUME 17 NUMBER 23 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 198' Return Postap Ouaranteed. See. 345.3, P.K. Subscription 4.00 year


High School'* Sug- avoidable by the Investigating Glades Gas Company, was start
Cltwlstoll Band suffered a $3.000 Florida Highway Patrolman.All minor. May sees

rand 1II111strument; damage and Of the Instruments were Bandmaster Jack Scott said

n a truck ]toad of to- recovered except four._ new the other Instruments need only

r when went Into a roadside sousaphone, a new trombone, an a light overhaul to restore their

trlllllentl al the band was return' alto horn and a drum. All Instrument former condition. He praised the of 11 new homesThere
a the Lions Convention cases were ruined by students for their presence of am- '
fronl Three students, immersion la the water. Damage mind and their composure at P

truck, Ito to the truck, owned by the time of the accident SuretjtBea6v fl[ 1 00a {..4xD
,lured anband were 11 new homes on lots 13. 14, block 448, W.

before the truck tank started In Clewlston during the Trinidad; Kendall Construction w

afel1, the water. The loss 11 month of May, according to the company, lots 19, %20. block
net covered by Insurance. record of building permits at 434. Alverdex Street. $7000; S. fVflODM1NF CORD.Otagaet.tbyarRSmcfrouS .

ported accident occurred when City Hall Seven permits for additions C. and Mary Fry, a frame duplex yanp ru .'

The truck drove over a portion to existing structureswere lots 15-19 Inc., block 411, 4 r Oeew ,
e bad + t also Issued bringing the Alverdez
highway where silt $12,000; Clyde Carter,
f the deposited few hours ear- t total permits to a value of $103,. $11,800 home on lots 15-17 block

es dredging operation 149, Concordla
during 350.New
t er wet silt was ilippery and home permits Issued Home additions were authorized *
the truck struck It It were: by permits Issued to Carl
K canaL Dan McCarthy, ," Coastal Imperial Homes, five Anderson, Freeman Hodges S.

Cick not "d Kea Young $7000 homes In block 429 Obis- L. Crochet A. L. Speers, Lee \

L three who made A i po Avenue. Fort Myers Villas Roy Brantley and lain.. Ethel
quick exit try the vehicleSS $13,800 home on lots 9-10/block Wiggins.

4 16 Avenlda del Rio; Kendall .
illlCk Th' traveling beKNI Construction Company, $8.500 Fire alarms I:M >:;:.> :' ...... .'..;t :..,, ,":' ?::7'!ia :. IiIt..__ J ,J J.J

the two school buses con- home for Julio Catala, In Golf > .

Ling the band members, and View; Westberry and Waldroa sound WHERE IS SUGAR HILL, FLORIDA If* la early fall. Two residence being ._lruet- 4j Vd
Ps .<
- In both buses, which The Gewlston fire siren is Everglade! Refinery tour mlle sooth of expect t* mere his family into ea* of 'fjj

L ere quickly stopped. blown each weekday at noon to Clewbtoa. Splendid Drearest .U being made tile house within the next two weeks. /

The accident was termed unhamber Tax certificates five notice of the noon hour and oa this plant, and George FaWeett, general Staff Phot ;

/ also to keep a check on whether raaaager, '11' the plant will he operational I",,', I
the siren Is la working orderor

bought at saleTax not
directors Last week. It blew twice almost -

exactly at noon, but It
certificates land In Veteran's
on meant not only twelve o'clock.
Hendry county on which taxes County receives graves ( E
In June meeting were delinquent were sold at but horn's a real staccato fire alarm.strident The sound air

the courthouse Monday In the
brought the fire laddies running
I Chamber of Commerce dlreci BRENDA WALDRON II. receive a National AAC Physical annual sale by the Tax Collec: Thursday the alarm was for more race funds

met at the Inn for the June Fltaeaa plaque from Mayor T. H. Jews,. Jr.. at pest game tor. Deputy Mildred Lewis conducted a car which caught fire from
meeting T u e s d a y.resident the sale.J. I
ceremonies Thursday night Brenda scored aa ooUtandlnc 1$4 faculty brakes about eight miles TAU.AHASSEE-State Comptroller marked services
Boys Bishop M. Lankford of dewistoa
Clewfctoa Ray E. Green. said today
points oa her proficiency! test conducted by the east of dewiston. It was extinguished
mmlttee reports from several Recreation Department, she was designated the Hm..' .... purchased the greatest amountof after $150 damageto race track tax fund check ,
funding committees indicating certificates and Carl A. Un.
mending girl In the Ill are group .la the United State the car, owner unknown. for $8,000 are being mailed to
e work of the chamber Is pro- ne, Fort Myers, the largest number each of the 67 counties
Saturday the siren soundedat
Staff note
,la 196I.N
kittilif. of parcels. noon, and the truck raced to Green said each county has held
j Financial reports were given There were 128 parcels sold Harlem bar. No fire was found, received $220,000 from the fund are Saturday
\>treasurer Abner Vann, whoroulht totaling $4.45903.: Officers said and It was learned that some during the current fiscal period.

t the directors up to date the sale attracted more ,bidden. neighborhood: youngsters decided which is an Increase of $21,000 I

D what happened to the SI Army ,engineers award two contractson than usual It was'a prank: to call out the over the same period last fiscal I
Ikies MS the legal tender retired A similar sale held la Clew fire year. One more check will
departm.nt.Im e
In transferring the cacti Iston at the City Hall resultedIn be mailed to the counties before Veterans who sleep beneaththe command of Sgt Chart Arnold \

from the old Chamber toe only 10 certificates being the new fiscal year begins. sod were not forgotten on fired three volley, Br" /
Dade Flood Control .
incorporated Chamber. ProjectTwo sold owners of the remaining returned this The Memorial Day The bugled '
i new payments will set a new prayer, Taps, was i >1' r
o i dispose of the dollar (since lands advertised for sale, redeemed week from St. Petersburg whore record. The highest received by At Rldgelawa! Cemetery local never more effective than whenIt t
was no longer an "old their land by payingthe he Is a student at Florida Presbyterian each county since the tax was veteran organization and the was sounced by Joe Elder t
umber" to handle It) the dl- contracts costing _.000 Dade County. The Moore Haven taxes prior to time of,sale College* and will spend passed was $206,800, which was active National Guard Joined to cornetist, with Frank Hunt pro'w'w
the u.s. firm, lowest of six bidders, win the summer with his parents tribute to fallen
i voted to buy Coca Colas were awarded today by pall In fiscal 196243.rLENTT present a their viding the echo. :
tiaraIt be required to excavate some Mr. and Mn.. 1. M. Weetmaa. comrades The simple brief
i and this was duly au- Army Corps of Engineer in 1.5 miles for Canal 100, and ,*, Those who attended the ceremony .,
rid of the Jacksonville for work on the ceremony touched the hearts of
ss getting in ,
about It miles for Canal 100 Sports car ---- those who attended, and stirred left the cemetery quietly
forever. Central and Southern Florida '
each deep in his own" thought,
B. Some 1.2 million cubic yards
| Tuesday, Mr. Vann reported Flood Control Project and on personal recollection: for each i
of sand will be moved under the and each, a little richer for having !
t Fred PosteO, from whom the Okeechobee: Waterway contract. wreck SaturdayA one taken part In Memorial Day, I'

i Cokes were purchased, ra Reynolds It Smith, Inc. of District Engineer CoL H. R. Kenneth Walker was Master 1964. i I

the dollar and askedt Moore Haven Fin won aa $856- Parfitt said two of the water 1960 Chevrolet sports car ",, of Ceremonies, and Roy E. Ed-
t It be entered as a donation 420 contract far construction: of control structures win be automatically owned and driven by Jlnunie .. wards served as chaplain. The ,

9 the newly Incorporated Cham- Canals 100 and 100B. plus conitructloa controlled facilitiesand L. Olden, 20 of Clewlitou received uniformed color guard and firing '

r of Commerce. of three water control one will be manually oper an estimated $450 damage ," .,.t. squad were at rigid attention Schools made-up r

| i U Crochet suggested thatnrmbers structure known as Structures ated. Completion of the Job la Saturday night In aa accident .,", .. I .:11, as the memorial wreath of
keep records of dates Ill, 122, and 123 all located Increments ranging from 185 to oa SR 832 near Sugarland I,( \ .-- :\ Veteran Poppies was placed at

I through TIT since thet I O'Neal and S. P.
,, Colonel Parfitt said. Whaley, who Investigated. Eula Mrs
t t nation in dewiston has closing The work Is a part of the giant According to Whaley, Olden ''l .I" ,r ,, '' ..,' ..' Slonaker representing the Au- Hendry county student attended ;
abandoned la order to Wednesday flood control project in central was traveling west at aa excessive :xiliary. school again Monday, although
!lOW' whether the service juices and south Florida. speed, lost control of Iii Rev. James F, Klmbrel, pastor the final graduationevents
(Improves. by the change.wwral now in full swing Colonel Parfitt also awardeda his car and traveled 251 feet : : \ of the Assembly of God, were held Friday eve r; :

members reported. *x- la Oewls- $11800 contract to Kraus and oa the left shoulder of the road {l : < :: ; spoke wry briefly In tribute to ning. The Monday school day '1 "i
cleat service from railroad Nearly every store Crane Inc. of Stuart, 71*., for struck a light pole guy wire those who have offered their was to make up for the holiday :1
lad railroad express since the. ton Is now closed on Wednesday cathodlc protection to and continued on aa: additional an In their cou tr7'* defense.He declared a* a day of mourning ,c I 9 I
Chamber of providing .. .
taBI*. afternoon The nO' short when funeral services were
submerged steel portion of M feet back onto the road. read a comforting :
I 'TM! directors discussed the Commerce Merchant Commit.tee the Lock including the Victor Allison and Ray Crouch passage of Scripture.The held for President John F, Ken ,
Lucie ,
set the month of June, July the St OF ROOM FOB MARK PERKINS and his dead h
t effort! of Okeechobee' wall, sector were passengers la the car with cemetery was dotted nedy. I
the official summer steel sheet piling alligator I given by Pam Perkins and Blsay HaU. The 1*
rterw y Association to Fur and August as and auxiliary lock gate Olden. There were no Injuries. with small American flags Because all examination .1
months for Wednesday afternoon gates, lack. 'gator was killed to the drainage eaaal oa West Alverdea ,4
and class work
delay construction of the of the work on the Whaley charged Olden with which were placed on thegraves were over was I
loot bridge .t Fort Denaud. closings. However, several Completion lock near Stuart I* wilful and wanton reckless driving by Marge Perkins last week Tbe'Pkt' had. been seer before of all veterans. completed, rule were relaxed I
!Tar agreements had been stores' began Wednesday within M calendar estimating his speed at 65 sad was sassing ea a plank when. shot by Perkln. Parent Walter L. Brantley was commander for this final day of school, and ,;

eked by the Army Engl.: closings) la early May, and a few, days required, according to Army Engineers. miles an hour In a 35 MPH .ta the area are afraid that larger 'rater are preeeal the of the color guard; Dan short were permitted oa the ,," 1 t

Kea i and the Hendry board of others are closed on Wednesday zone. eaaal and are daageren U pet and children. Staff Pieta" McCarthy and Abner Vann were campus, Th majority of both ,

AUltr commissioners. It was all year round.weUknown color bearers: Ralph Casieaux boys and girls enjoyed the prlvi. ;' :.; m,
pad that a letter mould beat and Walter Wyse were rifle legs of wearing shorts sine the t s

1 by> the Chamber to 'OWA music dancing Matt Stanton men. The firing squad, composed temperature ran high outside In j
attesting their efforts to delay Tourney finale of National Guardsmen 118Graduates the bright summer sun. "icochiefs f

bridge, and referring to the rename motel
l purpose for which the

satiation wai founded to ask cheer going much of .Glades Gas. The Cuban. cheerIng Already selected: as winnersof Mr aDd Mrs. Matt Stanton, receive
I statement of future policy. for their prowess; the dance time.or A run by their teambrought section was in fine style, as the sportsmanship trophy who are the new owners and I IThe

'Mending the meeting were) the Cuban people rank high as forth a crescendo of usual, and when a few members although they did not know It, managers of the motel at Golf kV

ant BishopRIehkrdPS spectators too. The familiesand hand-clapping, drum-be.Unland of Sugarland Band appeared no one enjoyed the Joke more View formerly known as Lopes
John Corbln S. 1.. friend came out en masse bell ringing. The Cubans obviously with their horns to toot the than the Cubans when with a Motel, have selected 'as new diplomas Friday ir

rocket A. H. Vann. John ElyWm. : to support their team and they J loved It: and the Americans Glades Gas team on to victory The team of Cubans, sponsored .name for It. -

C Boswen Beryl did much to enliven the,season. loved It, too. the performances In the bleachers by Thrifty' Drugs, brought In future It i 1. to be known. as High School gymnatorlum Bill Perry, Ricky Sexton I

II and :Mrs. Stella Plrkle. The Cuba cheering section The rand finale came the were as exciting as thoseon more than a zees for ball-play- the Golf View Motel. Mr. and was filled to overflowing Friday Sue Guthrie, Elaine MaC' ,
with typical Latin American enthusiasm with the field.SMOINO log to the Adult Softball Lea Mr. Stanton have operated theClewlston .
night of the playoff game evening when 52 graduate of ConvUe, Sheila label Cindy AW t
kept an Impromptu fue; which completed Its league Country Club house '
the school received their diplomas len, Judy Watson and Joann .
play Thursday night under for several years and are well r
low's la commencement exercise Wood l
your sense. !V"*" sponsorship of the City Recreation known in the .r... *. Member of the graduating ', I,
f values ? Department. Music for the procesiton.il and class are Victor N. Allison.
today Cuban baseball players are recessional was furnished by Douglas AnfeO Cal BaDentlne,
'tare 111'scor In favor of Glades Teach your children Linda Carltoa. Billy Crawford
Is what U wrong with 1' Sugarland Band under the direction I
wra today.we've Gas, Michael Roberts stood up of Bandmaster. Jack L. Phyllis Crouch, Evelyn Daught- i
"lues" said la the American cheering section traffic safety Scott.A ref; Beverly Etherton, Carol
looking Johnny railed his trumpet, and special feature of the exercises Evans, Bill Farrar, Caroline
up from the "
DI1 sounded TAPSI! Gann Dennis Gann. Linda Garrett
Herald at the morning : was the trio-Linda Carl- -
of the Coffee dub lastAarp u t r "def.-e- When Mayor Tom Jones presented Be Extra Atari ton, Linda Garrett and Tile Christine Glddens. Jackie ,J
1. the Sportsmanship Awardto m.doG-who sang 1 Believe" Goldman, Tulle Hlgdoa, Arlene +,

Coctrtu' mind ,, Alberto MorrelL ST., the ev with Cheryl,, Lee ss accompanist : -, Ingram, Barbara Jepsoa Chrla- I
trick: ao we expected never cot had more than the usual All are member of the graduating label Kelly.. Debbie Kemp Bon- I

Mate .rtlcle significance.Luis i cl.... ale Knowlei Cheryl Lee. Richard :
:-w.-. =utI. was on acreagethe %' deArmas expressing the Mss Phylll Crouch gave the Llndsey Isabel ,Martlnex. ,
COp "mpil poverty; 'drF+ appreciation of the Cubans fort 0 Salutatory address and Miss Michael Manlna, Cherry McDonald
B- or foreign
u w. looked theas e friendship extended to them Christabel Kelly, the Valedlo- Kenneth McLeod James
across rt by residents of Oewlstoa and tory addrei Montgomery Tom Moore r

PDIn\e4\ It wt-unmlstak. others la the area, said la essence Principal James E. Brandon Bob Moorman Tom Nowllng.

bit t9denee! that : t Today w* are among presented the class for graduation Ronnie Olden, Sandra Pace,
we have In-
you as refugees from our own certifying that each bat Anita Parrish, Harry Patterson.. I
OIl Pegs05SF}f the nlue.Miami land:, w. are enjoying and appreciating completed tie required course Susanne Peers Beverly Preston I

!d 011 'l'hursday jour hospitality and In of study and has earned his Gl nice: Raulerson, Donna '
II lilt A.p. : ad".ement. May 28th, friendship We hope some day WaatfiVr high school diploma. Redlsh. Brenda Ricks, Tom I
"I1IIft. Premium : there will be a FREE CUBA .Bad Superintendent. J. K o m'e r RMgdlll. Barbara Rlgby., Ted s

hay suit 3Ic >1b; B a m s. 'l-' --- -- and we can play return games Bible then presented the diploma Rlggto, Penny Ronaa, Steve #: I I
: _
with our Florida friends, and to each graduate. Schneider, Dale Stanford Matt

0w4 spare ribs, 49ei tWais U, .... has been ef wore .ta Magtff we can return your hospitalityand City of Clewiston Leading the procession of Stanton, Donna Sullivan Robert '
-JIIIt thInt-payJn AND AMONG nl NDS American and Cabana together la a ee a- continue to enjoy yourfriendship graduate were marshal selected Thompson Cheryl Waters, Larry : '
'IIIrt rIbc more lor chief mNa of pleta'l esdeaver. oa our own beautiful.. from the Junior claus William and Sharon' WoIII-
than U be the w .aJtt-wtcle
for lraok*<1 seems lilt ,..)<<1 TIoo( of Cuba." Police Department
e. ..et111!tom would ID7 Dad say .. Ca after their t"- nJs Pop' I&aIf island Janice Carlla and Jim Bible beuter.Band ; ,f
i .fU.an. Ie..e.
ed Cockrffl. game W the see, a t




the C.H.S. graduates in Sugar-

Two THE CLEWISTON' taWS Onrlitoo J1a. land Auditorium.The a-xsarvd
The dropout redefined state livestock market at
Thursday June 4, 1964 lpJ
LaBelle was moved to the Goodno -

'Dropout" is getting to be a bad word, an expletive as station site in order to get

THE CLEWISTON NEWS crushing as "teen-ager," Its coinage debased by ill-usage rail county transportation agent IL L,according Johnson. to Seminole

School dropouts, in this currency, are shiftless, prideless
lop Central Avenue, Oewistoq. Miss Julia Dyer of Lakeport
Published every Thursday at
to education, probablyof chosen
perversely opposed an
Florida by The Clew stoa News. Inc., t Florida Corporation. youngsters) ? Will married to Warrant Officer for M
weak mentality, and either Juvenile' delinquents or naturally
Edw B. Rhulander In
Entered as Second das Matter February 1, 1827. at the doomed to become so. It is heartening to see active .q rllt a.ir Miami ceremony Sire, Cyd. M

Fact Office in Qewiston Florida, under the Act of Congress of measures being taken to correct that cruel delusion, as in M/M/ c Blitz Wegman was tton taught in the at Big C
March 3. 1879. a New York forum at which some 100 children gave their on furlough from the Naval Hospital has rummer"reason been

own views In San Diego where he was tend The 1merlcaas
: OR144 NATIONAl EDITORIAL do not much drop out of school as Univerttf
'i\ Boys and girls so returned after 13 months on In
: 4Q IASSC6TI N they are discouraged! out by parents who don't care, intimidated Guadalcanal weeks this Meslcp gay 6

.. out by racial discrimination, bored out by failure 01! Mr and Mrs. Eugene Thomas year
arms PI 111.
,:: N htuaxe U3UU teachers to rouse their interest, sometimes even pushed out ir : and daughter, Joan, returned to Mr*. McCrocklln kk M

) O O C4 Subscription Rites __ $4.00 per year by schools that don't want them either, the seminar: show El Paso, Texas,* after a visit perlence amortwwardlngofheT Big Crpren
(Return Postage Guaranteed) ed. The problem of school dropouts will be dealt with with his brothers, E. A. Thomas vatlon last year d

i q Ieset1 BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher productively, not by heaping anathema upon it, but by and G. B. Thom mas, and family

4 "; S. H. STALLS Managing Editor treating the ills of a whole society'that make it inevitable friendships Careen and she tre

i Telephone: 3usneu! and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 St Louis PostDIspatch.e TEN YEARS AGO servatlonShe Seminoles made anal8

J Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves (From dewtston Newt
the right to reject any objection: advertisement! similar! to this to occur.: : Now, June S. 1S4) feels her
: aualDI' no roipODilUlltr for the rtturt .( ... something must be done! LEAVING MONDAY rOl WASHINGTON are Police last summer Is succtrtu
+ manorW5" or photograph! ClewUton. School Boy Safety 28 graduates received their a. of r
available ef the
Funds must be made ,
Ernie Simmons sponsor eons she has
: NKWS Maum BO fnuaelil' mponilbllltf for trpoCT the
Sez prly0ek/
,, BhloaJ error er eonunlwlon. la adrsrtl..mnt bat If notifiedf < Sonny to pay for adequate care Patrol and Patrol members Johnnie Weathers, David Carlton diplomas at CH.S commence tending the MexicoUnlversldad
iuek Peters before the' nut loans of the poper will' roprlnt cor- families the win be Joined by Moore ment. Billy Nail and Linda Lee gab
to responsible or
The ,
DeArraas. group
reetlr that part of edrtlmniit In which the serer ooaurr.& and Lola year
la the event tune ailment would ruder. the correction valuefeu. county could possibly establish and Leesburg" representatives fer the four-day visit won the valedictorian' and salutatorlaa -
the Hew, will reduce the prlc. of th. edvortlMinoiit. br .a a home for temporary care of Haven Siaft nato honors. The Jbaw
: amount eqiMl t* the pereentare of till total apace n till orron- The time Is rapidly approach to the CapitoL icana
oouo er enlttod. oopr *... the ;youngsters.A Dr. Steve Johnston purchasedthe enrolled 200 tttta b
r lag actually it is past duff possible solution would be business building on the tl American collew k
+ when permanent arrangements Luis DeAnnas and David Carl-
to secure s couple to live in the highway across from Glades states last season 7ty
must be made for the Safety patroloff son and sponsor Ernie Sim Bell. purpose is to
"county-owned' Riddle Field Restaurant from Sandy promote
.1 of ?
.1964 A year surprises care of indigent and neglected housing, provided there were no mons. Miss Mirlan Nail and Horace relations between the bh

children la Hendry County. other conflicts Harris were married In the First tries and to acquaint AIMS

} The couple would look after to Capitol Methodist Church Clewlston. students with the Muku
1964 may QO down In history as the year of surprises in Law enforcement officers are of life.
confronted and care for such cases until Miss Frances Rutledge of The student, the
t Florida politics. being frequently the court could nuke final disposition Representative of the Clew It's History Now Belle Glade and Homer Hand selected Mexlcssli
: A field of six gubernatorial candidates in the primary with neglectful parents who run
have of the c..... It has lston School Safety Patrol will were married In the First Methodist which win give them s e
afoul with the law and they
t was surprising. leave send been done very successfully In leave Monday, June 8 for a THnrr TEAKS AGO Church in Belle Glade. Insight into life In Made.
to take or
The strong vote by Miami Mayor Robert King High no place children.Last other counties, with the civic four day sight-seeing tour In Mrs. Warren Howell, Mrs Mrs McCrocklla Is loo
1 which brought him Into the second primary was surprising.: ,the clubs: and individuals donatingthe Washington, D. C. Officer Ernie (From Clewbtoo, News Foy Durrence Mrs. 1. M. Weet- forward to her COUTH hjl

The victory of a North Florida candidate over a candidate !- Sunday was no exception.A necessary furniture and necessities. Simmons! will be tour directorfor Jane I, 1134)) man, Mrs. W. E. Bolton and leo with the same ea-

t, from the more populous South Florida Is surprising.! can from a child for "help, the Florida group Congressman J. Hardin Peterson Miss Dorothy Stelle accompanied and eagerness she ihoni

The Republican primary results were surprising. Wm. my mother is dying" uncoveredan There may be other and bet visited Clewlston for a short a group of Girl Scouts on a Big Cypress She pUu ,

I ; Cramer, whose delegate slate had the blessings of Senator almost unbelleveable condition ter plans but something The group will leave West time, calling on friends and beach party at Fort Myers graduate courses la Iat i val
for three 'children: to be must.be done In the immediate Beech the "Silver reelection.A Beach. Relations and MuicuH
f Barry Goldwater;; lost the delegate election but was Palm on campaigning for his
reared. to available future to care for children: who will be the The R. C. Wi sons left to va- tory.
According by
.'1 himself elected Republican national committeeman. The Star" and joined board of five engineers appointed -
1 delegates who formed an unpledged slate, in oppostlon to Information, the 'Juvenile officer through no fault of break their at own life Leeiburg safety patrol as Wild- by President Rooseveltto

the Goldwater pledged slate, would give Goldwater a majority cannot take action or disposition because don't have of an the even conduct of their wood for the annual trip study; methods of digging the
of the children until the
on the first ballot cross-state canal were in the
I officers have taken their case parents. Headquarters will be the lake area visiting the work being
I The governor Is to be elected tat November for a 2- to court; the county judge left -SS- Hotel Houston, with a four hour done on Lake Okeechobee

year) Instead of a: 4-year t term it up to the officers to "find a tour from there starting at 1:30: and its canals and the Caloosa-
It, '% This has led many to note that the Republican party home" for the :youngsters. Tuesday afternoon which: will hatchet river. ,
has Its best chance: In history to place a governor In Tally Thanks to a warmhearted family The automotive industry In include Mt. Vernon, Mt. Sura- Plans were announced: for construction +4 r

' hassee. While It is unlikely that this will occur, it Is not at they were taken in and dewjton; continues of to"big"look id-up bachl, Arlington National Cemetery of 19 houses for U.S.
,t all certain that the Democrats will win "hands down" in cared for In a manner never with completion s (Tomb of the Unknown Engineer employees.

I November. experienced before by the children dillon and at body Beck work.Motors for servIce Soldier and the change of the E. H. Latham entertained keymen -ifs- -' '

There are predictions, too, that Florida may vole for a There were others who "Chuck" and Keith are sportIng guard), and other points ss of the U.S. Engineer office

,: Democratic president In November, for the first time since were willing to take the chi) a new paint 'job which adds time will allow. Wednesday and his own staff at dinner at ,
but adults feltthey
dren individually, morning will be spent visiting
f 1948. The Republican presidential timber does not seem to the appearance of "Chuck"Wells the Inn Guests Included the N.L. r .;
would be better off togeth- the Smithsonian Institute, that
e to be appealing to the Florida residents this year. Motor Hemenways, the Richardson rl'stirs
er. afternoon will Include: U.S. Capitol l
Selees the Mark Lawlers, the
Co.SS ,
Could it be that we are approaching the mlUenlum Building, Supreme Court
C. F. Tralnors, the John Dot.
that we will vote for the man, rather than for the party? This Isn't the first time, nor and Library of Congress Wednesday terers, the Gayle McFaddens,
November 1964, will be will it the last situation column has taken
certainly interesting to watch. be Since this night holds a 3-hour illuminated the J. W. Moors, the E. W.
on a sermon type format, I night tour of the Yt 1
Dlgges, the W F Simpsons, and
must make a parting shot at
Washington Monument, Lincoln
Kenneth Fields. A. R. Broad-
those reportedly getting up a ; .
and Jefferson Memorials and
\ foot B G. Benson, J V. Lof .
curb the Softballnoise. -
v'J the Archives ton, Roy Sands, Miss Mary Mc-
:In order that the oppooalUoD t
I Crone and Mrs. Grace Cahill. "
may have equal time, I Thursday will bring forth a
Mrs. F. W. DeLozier and
II suggest that you prepare one tour of the Bureau of Printingand t'
daughter, Marian, returned to ...
for those who favor it and pane Engraving. White House '
after visiting Mr. .
Pennsylvania -
I I it around among the 500\ plus and additional time at the '
and Mrs. I. D. Leydlg and other ,
II who were on hand Thursday Smithsonian Institute That afternoon i j
I night. Incident! you might get the patrol will see the relatives. "

little league, football and basketball Washington Cathedral Embassy .l.
Included In the objectionable : Row and Washington Zoologl- TWENTY TEAtS AGO J'b

i Quick category. cal Park, leaving for home at (From ClewlstoB News
1:10: p.m. on the "Silver Me- June Z, 1144)) ;t,
schedule' teor", Arrival in West Palm RAF cadets held a dance to
Summer ) Beach is scheduled for 3:00 celebrate the birthday of King
: p.m.
; Pick a Chevrolet and fill in the spaces ; of ,school officesThe Friday. George; of set England as June, the Jrd.data officially -

f' office of Clewlston High Boys from Clewlston makingthe Fr. Timothy J. Geary preached -

; i School wm remain open during trip are Johnnie Weathers, baccalaureate seimon for
Now's the time to see the great outdoors In a great Chevrolet buy I office hours each Mondaythrough

\ I Here you are on the brink of vacation typically Chevrolet array of extra-cost Friday until June 19th.
James E.
time. There's Chevrolet dealer in options. Supervising Principal
; i your ;
announced this week.
I Brandon,
; the midst of Trade 'N' Travel Time Plain Impalas are anything but They The two weeks vacation of the SCHOOL'S OUT .

k'' You two should gef together! Objectcome in all popular body styles, including principal and secretary will be and children playing ahecJd remind ns Milk GuysO
On the Need
J' Guys Go
celebrating the joys of summer in a new They're dressed up to'a' farer' -
t i wagons. from June 15 to July; Into Mr. that the Kingdom el God Is made lIP el
I Chevrolet. thee-well: fully carpeted interiors, uphol Brandon has accepted a position & the eUldUke hi spirit. n the Go Need Milk Guys On the Go

Why Chevrolet? Well,with 15 models stery-as durable as it is attractive. 'as principal: of N.pl.Juflo: ". set receive the

..oiI r; '; {in four series, what possible reason is there Bel Airs and Biscaynes, the lower priced for High School and win move KlegdvGod like a child shall not Need Milk Guys On the Go Need
look further? Chevrolet, make a practice of to Naples after June IS "
'I, enter It. Mark 1I:1S: ilk Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys
Take the Impala Super Sport hiding it. AU the conveniences, The new principal win assume

,l (and a lot of people do just that). no sacrificing comfort or style. his The duties Elementary July first School office: Community Presbyterian ''Church On the Go Need Milk Guys On theC

t Comes as a Sport Coupe or Did we mention that Trade
will remain open until July; first 407 Royal Palm Avenue Need Milk Go Need
Time won't last o Guys On the
Convertible. Has trimmings like 1lADE11'TMYl 'N' Travel stated Mrs. Mabel Maglll, principaL HENRY HORRELL FORD. Minister

front bucket seats, center eonI1IE forever? It won't. So see your It will then be closed for 043AM.: Bible School 1:00: P.M. Youth Fellowship Milk Guys On the Go Need Milk
sole, special trim-all as standard Chevrolet dealer. Then go fill the entire month of July; and 11:00: AJt Worship

equipment. And offers a laea..maa.an..a in the spaces.. will reopen August' 1st The SERMON SUBJECT ys On the Go Need Milk Guys Oat
Elementary School: office is operated "Go Climb A Tree"

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newTa Mott SwimmingPool Thursday, June-- 4. 1984

Sp.oJd fee per day Is charged for the Claaaee for Women
Jp -) news notes use of the pool. Lessons will Swim classes for women will

last about 30 minutes, accordIng also be offered at the C. S. Unit
Reclatrattoa to W. W. Carruthers. Four Pool this summer. As yet the
at Little Major League programto Registration for swimming Instruction classes will be held from S-ll exact time ()f the classes has
I Life Saving, and Worn- Tuesday through Friday. not been decided but they will
tn's swimming will be held Saturday ,either be Saturday morning or
get underway on June 15th : June 13 at the C. S. Mott Life Saving In the evening, Mrs Janice HOI
,Swimming Pool from 9-11 a.m. Junior and Senior courses in will instruct. .
ind 1-30-4: p.m. Classes will begin Life Saving will either be taught
The summer baseball program LkM dub Tuesday June It. Saturday morning or In the eve.
for the youngsters\ will George Kemp Manager Swimming Instruction nin,. Sugarland Pharmacy

; get underway on June 15, according Phone YU 2-7612 All boys and girls 5 years of The Red Croas method Is goIng PIZZA }
Ernie Hill who U la Dan Beardsley, Billy Edeas
t to age and up may participate in to be used this year Insteadof
r a charge of the activity which Is Freddy Robertson, Jerry Holou- this program. There is no the Y.M.C.A. method which YU 23311 r
sponsored Jointly by the Clewls- bek, Bob Kelly Johnnie Varnum. '- ,charge for instruction but a lOc baa been used in the past
ton Recreation: Department and Mark Esser, Rodney Hill 0"x
the Hendry County; School Johnny Weathers Terry Harn, .'
1 tis Board. Jimmy Vann, Allen Hammock,
Present team rollers follow Ricky Roland, Don Duvall Bert r
and any boy whose name does Hunt, James Martin, Terry Mc-:
r not appear on a team roster Henry, Wendell Ford and tanay -
but is Interested in participating : Sutton.
,,,raw !
may sign up at the Youth Ells Club
Center or call Coach Hill at YU Billy Ham, Manager
3-2022 no later than June 10. Phone YU 2-7951 swing

-- --.L -' ";"";'- 4 The rollers will remain Intact Danny Shaffer Mike Galasslnl -
from last year with the excep- Steve Sergent, James MePhail :- to
fM or THE GLADES GAS alowpltch Eddie Crosby, Johnny Davidson Jennie Jack- tion of those over the age limit Al Sanford Brent Wood
.j eh.mptai.hiP team include kneeUng.Id con, loans Bell and Ernie BUI. Others pl.,. and the Rotary dub ia assuming Paul Smith, Bryan Beardsley, Mtky1h si
suns. Doe Wearer Dean 0yaL MIke lag bat not present for picture Included Billy the team sponsored by the Ernie Hughes, Steve Brannan, r
1-T.ad Salon Htatseaj standing. manager Ban, Don Galasslni and Jim Buchanan Klwanls last year. Steve Galasslni Ricky Baker
Baseball uniforms are being Timmy Hough, Tony Ellison, [
Dixon went to third the outfield purchased by sponsoring organizations Julio Vdz Castro and Frank
Gas capture throw was wild which sent him ( this year for the first Castro i e ;tiYv
f;'lades into home for the second score time in several years and the America Led e + r + RlC. \
tielng the ball game. The next teams will play under the National Butch: McCahee Manager tI
three men were retired three Little League rules of Phone YU 1-3642
loftball trophies up and three down.In which they are members. Frank Ferry Jack Belcher
the eighth Carbine unloaded Coach Hill urges all boys to Pat Carlton Dennis Stiles, David .
band Innings of the game but it was for 5 runs on 5 hits contact their respective team Carbon, Gary Veale Ted "
a game that too late as Glades had already which meant the ball game as managers and give their phone Reynolds, Andy Landrove, Keith
all playerart
ort bind and 12 Parkinson's retired without a numbers and addresses. This Information Knowlcs, Greg Miller Glenn
Glades Gas taken a run advantage going .
ball player. is needed thatm.naera 'Langston, Gary Hooker Replto
into the bottom of the seventh score in the remainder of the so
lilt playoff; championship Navarro Henry Drake and .
Inning. may notify the players
when Thrifty scored their only
Thrifty "
fcfeitinf Corblns 243 303 os15 of practice and games George Arrieto. e
of 12 to 1 which by run. schedules. Team and V. F. W.
core Glades Gas 0400215-1213 Parkinson 302 080 20-15 22 managers 4e
was the worst defeatdty numbers listed with Billy McGahee Manager t
rt At the conclusion of the final phone are
Thrifty Drugs 000 000 1- 1 9 .
all season.
Buttered Phone YU 2-3642
game Mayor Tom Jones presented the team rosters. ,
In tome was preluded with Cerbra's take trophies to the regular Rotary dub Barney Bryan Gary Roth kGR ,/
,tj of excitement as the third spot season champs, Glades Gas; the DeVon Dyal. Manager Allen Carlton, Timmy Dean Sa -E .M ,r .'
numbered an easy playoff Thrifty the Dan Morrow Wayne Pulton, -
tutors In the losers bracket, Corbin'aSupply runnerup ; Phone YU S-1281 I
or siore including a Cuban captured third place in playoff champs, Glades Gas; Skipper Ball Danny Prater Dan Nelson Mike Kelly, Ray.mood 5'S"
uo| section matching their the playoffs by outlasting Par and the sportsmanship award to George Dickson David Ellington Blount, John Thomas,
mi ind bongos against six kinson's 20-15 in a hitters duel 'Thrifty. Cecil Keen Frank Tomlin- Raymond Ricks, Robert Veale, w 55 1
pieces represented'by a son. Gary Flschbach William Billy Rich Chris Gaylor, Don- $ 1I I
si that went into extra innings. .
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all Miller and J. B. Hathcock, .
of the dewiston High Camillo
Nawaro Jacobs.
meat Corbln's led Parkinson's 15-13 Terry -
ool band led by Jimmye going into the bottom of the PIZZA Aqulrre Cecil Bell Waldo Jr. :
: and Mike Roberts. seventh when Henry Whitney Rodriquez Tom Jones, Johnny \ '
irltty couldn't seem to bet led off for Parkinson's with a Sugarland PharmacyYU Reynolds, Robert Reynolds and Boys v. girls 4Li i j Ce

to get the bat off their single. Ken Dixon followed witha 2.3311 David Miller 1.I,
den until the last couple triple scoring: Whitney and as Sugar Mill Union softball Friday :.; "
0. C. Wilcox: Manager
Phone YU 2-4494 There will be a softball game 1..
Keith Carter. Arthuro Tomes, Friday night between the Rainbow .
]lewiston Church Directory Lee Davis, Richard Murphy, Girls and the DeMolay boyson It' t tttyl
Luis DeArmas, Jlmmle Forshee. the Softball Field starting an Important gasoline discovery! Methyl- I

Jamie Rita Kenny Brannan, at 730.: etps up octane performance BO effectively that it ttops power-wasting i I Iknock
Frankie Rudd. Allen Phillips. All players are asked to be at better than any other antiknock'compound. Methyl ipreada i"i"I
C1PH or JESUS CHRIST' COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN FIRST BAPTIST CIITJRCHIK :Mike Haven Charles Roseboom the field by seven o'clock. I
Booker Point 407 Royal Palm Avenue E. Ventura Avenue Billy McDonald Ronnie Old- The Rainbow girls will op more evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine stands up under '
Paul Strickland: Pastor Henry H. Ford, Minister Rev. Leon M. Gabmrell. dens, Michael Roland and Pat erate a concession stand at the extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines (Crown and
r un.-Sunday School. 1:45: a.m.-Bund.y School. Interim Pastorsal.Moaning Clark. game. Crown Extra) .. at no increase in i..- '
WorshipDctdiy 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School. I. price! Another important way that I fti I IIM ,
: 11:00 a.m.-Nursery In the Parish 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. | talc better car o/ your car. STA DA R D u' ,
10 p.m.-Prayer Meeting. House. 6:43: p.m.-Training Union. I .
: 6:00: p.m.Westminster Fellow. 6:00 pjn.-Evening Service. L.Mi trademark "
= \OIL I
Wednesday \ ,
saw-Youth Meeting. ship. --- --- t
7:00: p.m.-Offlcers and Teach + '
Wednesday: ,
JOTCMTY PENTECOSTAL 7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice.: ers Meeting. i
HOUNESS CHURCH 1:00: pjn. Midweek Prayer

tar.leek J. H. Taylor Chewietcu Pastor ST. MARGARETS CHURCH 6:45: p.m.-Cholr Service.Practice. in tt Metti <

11 inu-Sunday School. Rev. Larkin Connolly -
W S.BU-Morning Worship. '1:00 a.m.-Sunday H.... FIRST METHODIST CHURCH @'
I)s.i&-Suiday) Evangelistic 7:00: p.m.-Sundsy Mass. 331 W. Oaeeela Avenue t
liMos 7:00 a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass Rev. David Denslow, Pastor ..now In Standard gasolines-no Increase lnpricel "\
frMdiy: 7:00 a.m.-First Friday Mass 1.45: a.m.-church: School.
U IBL-Prsyer Service. 1:00: p.m.-First Wednesday 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service. f.J. f.
,each month C.tbo1:00 p.m.-Methodlst. Youth \
p n.-Youth Service. lie Ladies'Altar So. Fellowship. F. HOWELL, Agent ClewistonJust ,

ciety.: ; 7:30: pm.-Evening Study.; ''t I..
OMTODE MISSIONARY Saturday: Thursday: r"
BATTBT CHURCH 1:30: a.m<-Religious In.truo7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice.: ,
M) N. Francisco Street tion.CHURCH -
Btu Cheater Johnson ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH I
Interim Pastor OF' CHRIST' (Eptaeepal I.'t'
30t Sooth! Central Avenue 207 N. PacUle Days
I m.-Mornlng Worship. J. J.Sullivan Minister Rev. Dark H. Dorman. Vicar
:PaBTC.NitEvening. Sunday Sunday Services /
Worship.fceidiy 7:30 a.m.-Eartr Eucharist:
: 10:00 a.mrBlble School. .. /-Family Service lad9aPrayer f'KAHN'S
10:30: .m.7:00 R
: 11:00 a.m.-Worship. School..
Service. Church
p-m.-Worship. "Saints and Holy Days as an- prshocking

UhetaradfleAveaM CBTJKCH OF GOO Wednesday 7:30 p.mMldweek. : and. Bible devotions Study. nounced.Confessions. by appointment DEPT. STORE ;I

*". Jot Coleman --- '
J&-3unday school m.. AVEN BAPTIST CHURCH t
"-aCoralng Service CHURCH OF' JESCS: CHRIST Highway mAJ'OII'I'OUC .
Wt-Zvenlng Worship. FAITH Rev. Vic Turner Pastor 133 Avenue A BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA : ;.,

Sooth CJewbtoa. 9:45: m.-Sunday School. about big'cars 'j ': .
P.m-Prayer Service. Bro. Luther Dixon. Pastor 11.00 am.-Mornlng Worship..
10:00 a.nx-Sunday School. 6tf: p.m--Training Union. asaving
B PBYoung People's Enoesvor. 11:00 a.m. -Preachlng.: 6.00: p.m.-Evenlng Worship. &
Tuesday: Wednesday:
7:30 p.nL-Prayer' KtetlDI1:00: P.HL-Prayer Mating ANNIVERSARYSALE :
TIAY CHURCH Friday: money .

b 7latsrtaag.AadNeeiasS Minister 7:30 p.m.-YOUDI. People'sMeeting.. CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF'
4 GOD '.
UiU-Blble School. ,.
of"Communion and tU Stwth Franetoee. &ree4 .1 l dr
CALVARY JS.U1'Ift'aroam James F. Klmbrel Pastor"
-Communion Seem de M- Sunday:
| Worship Service.and Rer. Herb Hlgdon Pastor 10:00: anv-Sunday School. 'Who says yorfr cot to buy a littk ear to save a :
t:4S: a.m--Sunday School.: 11.00 a-nu-Morolng Worship. bundle

aLHbie (Body, 11:00: a-nv Wonhlp Service. 11:00: aJTL-ChUdren'i] Church. We deny it Empb tJca111. !
7:00 pjn.-Baptlit) Training 7:30: P.BL-Evangelistia Service We doot sell little can with the name Chrysler ooso.

COI>ill B-i1T s _"1:00 PJIL-Worship Union. Service. Wednesday 7:45 p.m.- 5 Ambassad W. only aefl down on ) ilancccm., think '
W la pap Tuesday ors. Ud-brother can cut your : t tha traxtoHonW Comes to an end! 'j :

g:00 Brotherhood. Thursday: tfm& .
/e.Weid7oasen Study sda7l 7:30: pjnPrayer and Bible f cT valient rf&bt'DI1W' la our showroom If'
kid.$ '7:30 pjnv-Hour, of Prayer.Thursdayj Study fuJW Chryriefc Hot Handsome Proud
tudy 9:00 there's a
ysrboolT:9o pea. Frldayt tar ', PreatIPJ'' Aid ww'II bet we eaa pot jrou ia It for It* EVERY DEPARTMENT>> IS LOADED WITH -g jr

1:00: Mit-Cbolr. Practice. 4:00: pjnBoyal. Rangers bean Jf1fi4 pq tae one of tlioee goad d-up fF ecS1dceI.,
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Brandon with a gift and acknowledged : SIXTHS ere parents of
Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston. Fla. for attending the Grand Assembly Mrs. day, a
hostsat the active part ; May 26, Rennt
Mr. and Mrs Griffin at
Thursday, June 4. 1994 They were reminded of the Sorority Brandon had taken in Circle Hospital T'6e ,.CeaerG
S5.00 fee which must be paid In and church activities while Itv. of Cberty Point are parents ofa eight pound baby _

advance Coke tog here This e Brandon family daughter, born Saturday night named Angel Luis and, hat beta
party in St Mary's Hospital, West
Naples in mid-
The worthy: announced moving
Lawrence has where he has accepted Palm Beach. The baby weighedsix :Mr. aDd Mri John
that Mr. A. W June S
XI Delta PI honored the Beta pounds, 10 ounces, and has are parents
NEWS given the Assembly a bull a similar school position. a soD,
PI chapter of Beta Sigma Phi been named Karen Christine. Paul, who I
which will be sold on the market Saturday afternoon with a Coke rr Croup singing was enjoyed by General Hospital was bona at ::::
week, and the proceeds following the meal. 11IUrsda"Ib
next party in the Pit Room of the : those present Mr and Mrs Frank Beetner 28th, fail
fl from the sale will be placed In .Ilbt
Glades RestaurantA of Roienberg, Texas are the :Mr. Strickland !0ook
"" the Assembly: treasury. variety of dips, chips, nuts Mrs. Van Horn on parents of a daughter, Sharl LydIa Goedhart Is the bt .
Sheila Carlton Donna Morri and mints were served from an Lee, who arrived on May 23rd.
BPW luncheon honors teacher son and Frances Groves were attractively: decorated table. .t workshop Mrs Beetner is the former Joy CARD
named to set up Assembly: for Before the guests arrived, a state ce Barton of Clewiston. OrWe TBA.NK

I the next meeting past president's; pin was presented Mrs Ivan Van Horn, of Belle wish We
Girls were asked to !bring by the new president, Mr. and Mrs Frank Waters to COuld 8nd-.
; on visit from Nicaraqua Glade, who has frequently: appeared .dequately exprfl,
cookies for sale at the Softball Mrs William Perry to Mrs Ab- on programs of the announce the birth of a sun In appreciation to t
I game between Rainbow Girls Vann, who In Everglades Memorial Hospital everlOne:
ner turn presented Clewiston Garden Club, will be countlesa acts
Th' Clewiston Business and take everything! on the curriculum of
: and DeMolay boys Saturday Pahokee, on Friday May 29th. love ..
::1 Professional Women dub entertained and must make passing the new president with a one of the instructors at the 20th ; friendship which Wert
evening The girls were asked rosewood The baby weighed seven pounds, MIQ
gaveL Mrs.
John I
before Annual Garden Club Short great help to
Miss Lura Tom a grades la every subject US j In
to come to practice at 5:30: Wed- Drake was also presented with the seven ounces, and has been bereavement our "-
visiting teacher from Nicaragua advancing to another grade. Course to on campusof
with a luncheon at the Bookkeeping and typing Is partof nesday. a crested silver cup for her the University of Florida In named Stephen Franklin" Wa-..'.. The many ?
aewlstoo Inn Tuesday AttendIng the curriculum. An A. B. degree new baby. Gainesville June 2426. ters. ;. Birds; gifts to the juL 7*

were club members, several Is given those who com- Mrs. Thompson Those attending were: Mrs. Van Horn will be a corsage TWIN BOYS* *"* J.. elation, flowers, foot ,La
teach.tr guests and Mrs Rosa plete the 11 year course Mrs. Robert McColley, :Mrs. craft Instructor She is a ', .. kindness of thou who and "
Nash and Mrs. Ruth McAllisterof Miss Tom Is 24 years old and heads Woman's Michael Herring :Mrs. Dick formerly past district director of the :Mr and Mrs. Raymond Pitt- the house during t the hepy; 1
I I Belle Glade. teaches English In.the 7th. 8th Baker, Mrs. Kenneth WalkerMrs. T. Florida Federation of Garden man are the proud parents of days have earned trcvgdif
and 9th grades.Attending Society for -64-65 : Woodrow Camithers, Mrs.Robert of Avon Park, bas Clubs and is a Judge and mem- twin boys, who were born Friday cial place in our a wr/ ..
Mist Tom Is the guest of the assumed the duties as resident In
the luncheon were Bass, Mrs. ber of the National Corsage ; May 29, Hendry General The I
Florida Federation of BPW Christian George manager for Inter- David Tollver family of Q- .
The Woman's Society of Dub Hospital weighed -
Mrs. Barnett Zauel :Miss Patricia son, :Mrs. Johnnie Jackson, :Mrs.
Clubs this month and win visit Powers Mils Marjorie Service of the First Methodist Foy Durrence, Mrs Abner Vann, County Telephone Systemin five pounds four and one- Etherton
many clubs and attend the state Mrs Evelyn Nash Church held Ms regular Mrs. William' Clewiston and MooreHaTen. half ounces. and Michael Wren Mary; Etherton,,
Daughtrey. Perry Mrs. Eugene
convention In June. She was Mrs. Nell Hornsby. Mrs. Susie monthly: meeting in the Social Hough, :Mrs. John Drake, Happy BirthdayDid weighed five pounds, eight. Beverly and muj-
selected for the visit br the Yonce. Mrs. Ruth Owens. Mrs. Han Monday.Mrs. Mrs. George Coleman Mrs we miss your birthday in ounces, at birth. Etherton
Hemispheric Friendship Com- Helen Roberts Mrs. Mildred Robert Pearce presented this column last time Then Glendi E. Judd,
mittee of Florida BPW George Jepson. Brandons .honored I Mr. and :Mrs. Santos Rosado :MM. Min."That's .
Yates Mrs. Helen Weetmtn. the program with assistance phone us now and give us your Etheft*
Miss Tom described Mrs. Catherine Brown Miss of Mrs L. G. Vaughanand farewell correct birthday, so we will Include
school and community and tolda Else Artel. Mrs Janice Hill. Mrs Frank Zemonek, using Club at supper It next time. A year rolls
Country and Mrs. James M. Brandon -
few facts about Nicaragua.She Mrs. Martha Lawrence and Mrs. the topic "The Church Speaks Mr around mighty fast! All residents
was born In Bluefields. and Jackie Gentry.: . or Dies" "What is the and family were honored at of dewfiton, 18 years or
educated at the Moravian Mission Responsibility of the church in a farewell covered dish supper older, are Invited to participateIn '
a private Protestant school relation to politics and social Notes Tuesday night at the First this column.
for 450 students located near Rainbows makeconvention discuss Methodist Church by membersof
issues of the day" was June 4-Betty Benschoter. Jen
her home in Central Nicaragua.Students ed. By LETTY McCONVOLE the Womans Society of Chris- ry Redish Butch Redish.

730am.tm4pm attend classes. with from one Rainbow Girls, meeting plans Monday Mrs H. C Thompson new Last Friday was the last tian Mrs Service. S. H. and Stalls their, president families.of June 5-Bettye Swafford, June the Ij
president, presided at the business Harben, James Nesbltt, Artls
of the
Day" A
with Sally Olipham. season. .
hour free at lunch: they nave evening session, and requestedmembers the Ruth Circle, presented :Mrs.Wednesday. Lawrence.
two ball 18 hole foursome
but must worthy advisor, continued plans was
no choice subjects:
to attend the schoolof played, followed by a delicious June Raymond Huebner.
missions to be held In July.: luncheon In the Pit Room of r e!t June 7-Sarah Varnadore. Dorothy Twist!II! ;
New officers for 1964-65 are the Glades Restaurant Winners Herring, Laura Matte-
Mrs. H. C. Thompson, presIdent with low net were Ruby McIntyre son Burkhold
Mrs. S. H. Stalls, vice and Letty; McConvil] with Than. Friday, June 8-Evelyn Sullivan, Betty
president: :Mrs. Kenneth Walker an 80. There was a tie for second : Jane S-4-S Ingram, Betty Lou Tlmgren. WOWl"SpeakID !
von MachApartments recording secretary; ; :Mrs. place: Nell Hooks and Margaret "Pink ,Panther"David June 9-Clyde W. Stephens. GUI

Ralph Causseaux treasurer. Schmidt, and Gwen Hare Nina Capncine Cantrell.
Secretaries were announced as and Frances Nan with an 81. June 10-Evelyn K. Nash, Mary-;
We, :Mrs. The wildest comedy, yet!
follows- Spiritual
: belle Richard
A prize was.also given to the Thompson of the twist DON'T LET DIRECT WRITING
Youth Work, -
David Denslow Kreidler, Ethyl McDuffle.
team closet to the pin on the
Mrs Robert Welch; Student tee shot from number X and June 11-Mary; Ellen Broadfoot REPRESENTATIVES from out-of-town lure you with twisted
Work, Mrs. Larry Lee; Chil Judy; Bembry, Robert A. Han-
was won by EloIse Harris and
dren's work Mrs Ircel Kned. arI1E8(4rZEsco.YEnlDwir promises. SEE US for complete helpful Insurance:
Mary; Weathers. Another prize
Promotion :Mrs. Richard
ler ,
; was awarded to the one who sen.HATHCOCK'S service .
Pape; Literature, :Mr. Robert
would drive into the water on
Hammock; Christian Social Relations. -
the tee shot from the 3th. tee,
Mrs Fred Vancil: Sup. AUTO SALES SERVICE
NOW LEASING ply. :Mrs. M. H. Peers; Missionary this was won by Gwen Hare. Mm MMCTMMM_ The Ringer for the month of( STATION
; Education and Service Mra.Fr.nk Saturday Jane 8 -
May was won by Lllah Florentine OPEN ALL NIGHTWe Sugarland Highway Clew Ion
Zemonek; Publicity and DOUBLE FEATURE
for low gross and Frances never Close
Public Relations, Mrs. W. A Nail for low net "Hercules in
One and Two Bedrooms Margaret
i. Moore, Nominations, Mrs Rich
Schmidt for
was given a prize
ard Pape, Mrs. Ray Ketchumwas Haunted World""Castle
I the most Improved lady duringthe

Furnished or Unfurnished Mary; chosen Martha chairman Circle; Mrs.of the J. golfing year.That's of Blood"A II '1II_'. a ,mftt'11

0. Davidson, Jr., the Ruth Circle all, gala! It was a won new ene from Edgar ranTHRIFTY
and :Mrs L. G. Vaughan, derful :year and we'll see :you
Esther Circle. all In the Fall. Ailed Foe DRUGSOven
i Air Conditioned and, Heated Jr., the Sunday, Jane 7 -

S:00 B:00 8:00 P.M.
I Whiddon-Whittle Baked Beans with Frankswith
; Laundry Facilities Monday, Taes. A Wednesday

Jane 8-1t-1OG: P.M. wily tossed salad
I :Mr. and Mrs
Hugh N. Allen
j lIDCHftlaTIAN announce the marriage of their 75c Students 60c I Italian bread or roll, butter
Children 40c
j daughter, Alvina Whittle to
.,. ,. Berths L. Whiddon, son of Mr. "Munity on the 581 2 for 98$!

II I and Mrs. E. H. Whiddon of Bounty"
I Clewiston Thrifty breakfast
I Marlon Brando
SCIENCE The ceremony was performed

j 3 Apply to Manager on Premises RADIO I: .! aEftllEa by Donaldsonville Judge M., Ga.S. Garwood on Saturday, In, The greatest filmed adventureever Egg, sausage, toast, coffee, grits, 39c

W8WN IOOKC May 31, 1964.
220 Ventura Avenue Clewiston, Fla. BELLE GLADE Mr. and Mrs. WhIddon madea iMmMj.BtiWILSON'S W'.: 1I ;t

I, SUNDAYS, 11:" 1'& short trip to Mobile Ala to THECIIAISTIIID '"
visit relatives before returningto

.... Lewiston where they, will
W' reside.
; He Is employed by Glades n

./ /. STEAK County Stars', Inc Sugar as dinner a Growers mechanic.to Cooperative SCIEI1CfifiODITOR BAKERITE 3">. Can 49trusu *

; honor Masons : FLORIDA
Deien GOLDEN KITE' large

,il. HUNGRY Members of Sugarland Chapter Large Eggs
390 Bananas 3 IBs. 2*%
,. 220 Order of Eastern Star u u u u __ _u_ ,
't will hold a covered dish supperat Accurate NO. 101 CANTomatoes
the Masonic Lodge at 6 p.m. WEBBS
1i Chef Ernest McCray ( '< :\. Monday The Stars, honoring win hold the their Masons.regular Complete uu_ 2 for 29g Rice un_ 3 IBs. 49t%

.. meeting, starting at 8 p.m. News CHOICE
said Mrs Carlos Dickey, worthy Lp.: PALM RIVER VIENNA

: '; ': < is ready to broil for YOU : ',,.,matron. Coverage Chuck Roast -uu 490 Sausage _____ 2 for 2ft C

Mrs. Giddens hosts
Dixie Crystal

", A Selected, Top Grade, U.S. Choice' )' family reunionHostess

':' at the family: reunion SUGAR s ibs. 59c

New York Cut '; honoring Mrs. Serena Robertson
her 100th birthday was her -

granddaughter, Mrs. Betty Jo FKESH CKOCNDHamburger.!
Oldden, with whom she has FtESH MADE 14.
J SIRLOIN STEAK made her home for the past

,several years. ITear.$14....SM.ssLS.. .. $11 ... 2 Ibs. 990 Pan Sausage _____.. 39t*

(Available/ from 1oo/or those who sass/ 'S wait/ until i Z 6 PJ/) den The borne party was on held East at Trinidad the Old- =a, I'..assIdM as1kh ............... SELECT >k LEAN Lb.

; .Avenue. Assisting Mrs. Gldden m-sesae .a.a.- a.f1r Beef Liver 49
1 : In entertaining was her sister- -uuuu 490 Pork-Steaks ___ ..
..... ..... -
/ : ;;""A' in-law. Mrs. Billy Roberts, and etaS J' -
IS* other rats
} .I relatives 1

.' .,,' t j .. "" ,,, ,. -- Pork '
I .. "f ,., \ ., ... j.. f First
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ijl. I". I ,;:. ) ,", ';:' 't.l Let us S9c

.1"l :O'!.1' ;f'f'v.; v.PLAN: : :: NOW Enjoy Dining. Out. ., :,I;.. i ,AIR' CONDITION. '. CnopsCu's' .: Cuts;

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your car We
close Wednesday.

i"ij' THE GLEWlSrONINN Easy Complete budget,with plan IDstai1ation,(_ $" 50

: i :., : One Day installation 2' 9 9 tall Iu FRANK'S

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[H Club members Mrs. Futch heads C1ew1a\on. F4. nm CLEWISTON NEWS Page Ilve --t
Pastor will Thursday. June t. 1118t I
boy cook-out Legion AuxiliaryThe -- -

of the .H Club of American Legion Auxiliary attend Synod White, Benito Alvarez, Elemer. David Denslow, Jr.
lembefJ enjoyed a weIDer baa elected Mrs. Elsie Inda Roaado Shirley Hum

;r cannon'a Hammock Futch president for 196445 Other Rev Henry Horrell Ford, or phries, Clay Duckett Louise receives BA degreeDavid
st ,
Christian Ester Roberta Lydia
e nlnr.ccOJllpanled officers are Mrs Doke the Community Presbyterian
rsday Loy ,
Agent Strickland, and Norma
by Count Church will attend the 44th an- baby Denslow son of Rev
and Assistant Agent Vice president; Mrs. Naomi } tI nual ae'slon of Synod of the Tommle Llllie Truman Rad- and Mr. David Denslow of
Gallo the youngsters were Stockman, secretary, Mrs United Presbyterian Church, 'ford Luckey, Terry Cypress Dorothy Clewiston will receive his Batch-
r'/ mt Keen Cecil Keen Gayle Thelma Miller, treasurer; Mrs. June 8-11 in Daytona Beach. Roomer. Joe Billiard, elor of Arts degree from Earl- I
bert Joann Crawford, Chris Hortense Vann chaplain. Mrs. I This will be the first delegated Melvin Keen. ham College In Richmond,,Ind. :
Crawford, Linda Vetle- Ida Rogers is sergeant at arms J session of the synod with M Patients r.malnln-WUUam Sunday evening ,
and Steve and Mrs Merle Brantley Is assistant Young Denslow had previously -
McConville clergy and 53 laymen as voting
ley sergeant at arms. commissioners representing the Dana, Robert Waters, Cathy been granted a Woodrow Wilson I
ton Plttman, Elite Yaun Arthur ,
1 four presbyteries. fellowship and has recently!
Bertlne, Mary Knight, Alenjan- been selected to enter Yale University !
There will be seminars on the
KIDSBRING overall theme "Planning forMisslon" dro Rublo, Wade Hlckman Allen for further study of economics :
Hey where be expects to ,
at which three members Carlton, Mario Valdea, Catherine
received a doctor's degree in
YOUR DOG TO OUR Fee b.. Missions of the of the Board United of National Presbyterian Webb,, Madeline Crux, this field. I

OUSTANDING TROPHIES were presented I.. Made for baseball and ootiUndlnr senior Church, U.S.A. will take Mabel Ray Olga Garcia, Don Attending the graduation exercise I
left to ....". Alberto Merrell for basketball The awards were presented at the AU-Bporta Cypress, Tom Bowers Carl were Rev. and Mrs. i
part.The Weir, Harry Willis. Margaret Denslow, Rev. Denslow' father,
football and athlete *4 year at CDS; Be LindBanquet at the Glade Restaurant er toe Rev. Dr. William H. I
Howard Bessie McCowln, No- Ernest Denslow and Mill Harriett I
DOG aejr for track: Miss Sandra Flee as cheerleaders coaching staff Kadel president of Florida ,
Tommle Anna Sue Taylor. Denslow. ,
D : Doug Angel as unsung here and Mike Staff Photo Presbyterian College St. Petersburg I '
c\t P will be speaker at the .
World's Fair, Newfoundland and spending the weekend at home. banquet Wednesday evening "
other points In Canada. He came especially to attend I
r; Mr. and Mrs Uave Stockman the graduation of his sister. HOSPITAL NOTES Cracker History of

&Ii spent the weekend in Key West Donna, at Clewlston High Patients discharged-DorieneHalpln
visiting en route with Mr. and School. Homer Sweeney EtheltPthtlillftl
Mrs. Jack Clark former' residents Joy Crawford left Saturday Lake 'Okeechobee
of Clewlston. The Stock- with her uncle and aunt Mr.
mans also enjoyed square dancing and Mrs. Glen Crawford and
June 6 2-4 P. M.Ha. PERSONALS' with a Key West Club during their daughter, Glenda, of Fort By Lawrence E. Will
Saturday, their stay. Myers, on a trip to the World's
Author of "Okeechobee Hurricane""Custard
Mr. and Mrs George W. Beck Mrs GrattOn George returned Fair. They plan to do quite a
out were in Miami Beach Friday home from the Cedars of Lebanon bit of camping and fight-seelnr l I
dog a treat at DOG
and give I
.. fun your Apple Days"Mound
evening attending a "Barracuda Hospital in Miami Beach ,for several weeks.
DUNKING DAY.Wi'll Bonanza" with other Chrysler- 'on Thursday, following surgery Mr. and Mrs Enrique Tonare i
dog ''n solution of Purina Mange Plymouth dealers of the state. several days earlier. Gratton 'ly were In West Palm Beach Builders Seminoles
dip Jour Mr. and Mrs, H. T. Vaughnare George and R. H. George drove last weekend attending the
Control to help rid him of fleas, lice ticks or other Battle of Okeechobee Land
attending commencement down for her. She is recuperating several events of commencement Hungry
| Imating pests... make him feel good all over. exercises at Rollins College, : well at home. week at Rosarlan \Acad ,
Winter Park. Their daughter, Charles S. Newman was selected emy.; Their daughter Carmen, Capt. Tom Bass Fisherman's Friend J ,
Pot a collar and leash on your pet and bring him io Miss Evelyn Vaughn, is one of by Life Insurance Com was one of the graduates. ;acg "
| for a (free dunking.FunfavorsFr.. the graduates. The Vaughns pany of Georgia to attend a Mrs E. H WhIddon has returned Pogey Bill the 'Sheriff
plan to visit the World's Fair, from visit with relatives
conference on life Insurance at a -
.. Sample of' accompanying their daughter the Robert Meyer Hotel In Jacksonville and friends In Mississippi. "Doc Auner" Darrow I I"Fingey"
who will spend the remainderof last weekend. She made the trip out by plans
DOG CHOW 8f Conners Builder
Highway .
PURINA the summer as one of the Mrs Mayme Hutto left Monday and Mr. Whiddon drove out for .'.. ." S ,
hostesses at the Palm Beach In a brief visit to return with her E: '"X
to spend the summer First Railroad on the :Muck ;
CORBIN FARM AND PURIM 1 County exhibit Hampton SC. Her' son, Wm. on Sunday. f ..1 .

RANCH SUPPLY, OOGa Mr and Mrs. Arthur Kruegerare Hutto and family, drove down Mr. and Mrs. R...}. Blount, Forgotten Settlements Tantie, Utopia' '. ,' ,
leaving today for a three for her last weekend and visit.ed Mr. and Mrs B. B. Wilson and -
Isifirlud Highway Clewtaton, Fla. months' vacation trip to the their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Eddye Currie left Saturday Nemaha Elderberry, Scratchankle"A ,

. . . .. C J. Loworn. The Loworns for a vacation In Georgiaand I
. . . . and their guests spent SundayIn the Carolina mountains. History That's Different"Now
Pabokee with Mr. and Mrs
Mrs Curtis Pelham and children -
Louis Davis.Mike of Canal Point visited her on Sale.at Local :Magazine Stands t tI
Brantley of the Naval mother. Mrs. W. O. Morgan, Sr.
MOSIfrom. Air Station In Jacksonville spent Sunday. It was the 9th birthday I i
the weekend at his home In of Jon Pelham, who celebratedIt !
Clewlston here with his grandmotherand
Come in and browse around.
Little Gretchen Rowlee of other relatives
Hialeah la spending the week Terryl Jane Nash has returned So Quiet.
.probsfbassty.er with her grandparents, Mr and from Holy Name Academy :
Mrs G H. Brown. .
a+eneyer1rI In San Antonio, Florida where
AL'SArmy Mrs. C. H. Miller spent several she has been a student this i
days this week; visiting her '
Shhhhhhh! i
son, R. A. Miller and family in year.Mrs.. Alice Barton has return- :
West Palm Beach. ed from Rosenberg, Texas,
Abner H. Mr. and Mrs Sam Lang and where she visited her daughter,
StoreOur VannPh. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie McDuffle Mrs Frank Beetner, and family ,
were visitors In Miami Satur- for a couple of weeks. Mrs. .I
day.Gideon Beetner has a new baby daughter
Brown of Fort Jack- born May 23rd. I '
YU 2.5911ITArI son spent the weekend at home !
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.,
stock is G. H. Brown. CARD OF THANKSI ./ I
being replenished .. "
,' I"
f'Al8. Carrol W. Redlsh. Jr. (Butch) wish to take this means of
fddhhaf. .... ....- returned to the Memphis! Naval expressing my appreciation to I
fbsl Olr fbigeh. .. Training School Monday after the many friends who remembers -
me with flowers, cards and YOU FEEL AN
prayers during my stay in Good
Samaritan Hospital. Your concern lIm C
i for my Illness and your anon AIR CONDITIONER NOT HEAR m I Ie

demand for fat Choice Locationfor many kindnesses are deeply ap

predated.Fred Postell SRenl- .1Tl turblnt moves largo volume
and stocker

"The home or apartments CARD OF THANKSWe e of 1.100 air jquari without Inches disturbing olln.rulatloll velocity deaden -
cattle i i. heavy
sounds before it
has a chanco to
Buy only the 22,' ''x 100' comer location appreciation wish to for express the flowers our deep the reach inildo your room, I

expressions of sympathy and e Welded construction eliminates potential -, QE, TL ,
cattle you want north side of highway the many l kindnesses shown to I I
John us In M.the Futch death of my uncle, Powtrtd for the big tOo/lnl/oll. i.l

both streets paved; service alley. M. J. McDonald tradition Sacked of by flat a century-did craftsmaruhtf i j ji

CARD OF THANKS ,#' 700 Strict t i
-Sales Every Monday at 1:00: P.M. ,
Call We would like to take this opportunity -
to say thanks to our
many friends in Clewlston for
their kind deeds cards, flowers Glades Gas Co.
J. E. BEARDSLEY and gins during Murray's stay
In the hospital. Your thoughtfulness -
many ways. Thank you one and
E. Sugarland Hwy.., Ph. YU 2-7501 all Sugarland Hwy. YU 2-1311
fines wr 4os Belle Glade, FU. Sincerely, I

The Belcher family i

Complete Line Of I

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Building Material i II

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For Large or,,. Small I
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Our Radio
N ? + n Concrete Jobs,

.Controlled Trucks Will Jewelry '.' Cuff Links '. Luggage '.' Wallets* Watches '. Ties Tie Clips

Needs Quick. ,
Deliver.Your '

IiL ly and Efficiently.-, I ,, : .. Records I' Traveling Alarm Clocks '. Pajamas Pen & Pencil Sets -f.I: !

." "y. c,; f n .. : :' 'Dresses Sport Shirts.: Blankets. Blouses '. Skirts ) : '

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Hare Ready-Mix i Inc.I : V t I IL
Lumber & /J to Serve
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YUkon 24411. ., e ,e,4. I t .. 'Manager' Don Stiles"

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tovled I I. contained la a book oa house of
The Society has allotted $243- file In th. office of the Secretary e'nsay I.
NEWS dewistoo. Ha.HONOR and calf roping. medical of the Board of Supervisor months fromtthe 1I1t .
I lie Six THE CLEWISTON Rules of the Florida Junior Rotary told need 000 cancer grants to of such District, entitled PUblication t1t,of:...
Thursday June 4, 1984 and scientific Institutions la DRAJNXOH TAX RECORD OrBOLLE8 claim or doman4 0' this e,t'a' ::
Rodeo Association will be foU said Brodhaker DRAINAGE DISTRICT lot, and .hail shall:' : hl ..
this year, a ;
COUNTY, stag b
be divided driveThe HENDKT /
lowed and events will for Cancer :DA.t reeldoooe and
University post oftieiMry
These Include the and this book Is I II
into two age groups of 13-18 such office for .lamination by swo onto hlmte'', and t411...
of Miami and University of Florida ...Carl .f the (:e..t yHeirfry y.dee. _
and excepting! .I Interested persona a
and 12 under work of the American adeiej
'h medical schools; VarlettChIldren' c..TMN5e.1.rtda. You, and each of you. an fur- :: attOtOY' ""
which will be open to : and the I_ iot arl\.u--\
cutting Cancer Socety: urgent Hospital!, the Duval that notified that you shall have 9014 :
I. 11 mo. < .f and of
tb. right prlTller pay-
all age groups need for local: leadership In Albert
Medical Center, Research laboratories OLEN Ii:. RTHERTONb Ins In advance to the "Treaiurerof John
Trophies will be given at the Clewiston during the month of and others. Md P.rsoneHaving sd the Board of Supervisors th. Will':dins :t letlW
end of each show sponsored by June when the cancer crusade To All Creditor Claim or !>ema.d..Al'al..t .amount. against of' the the drainage land tax within aoeued : llllstRta"'t K
the group and awards will be will be conducted was presentedto Although April was Cancer Said Estate: the District at any time or Qi-/llDdseelea' """

made at the end of the year In Rotary; club members and Month nationally the two representatives TOil notified and each and of requlr.d you are to hare.bp prj- prior amount to to June b* *o paid In advance.C1D'I' May 'I, June 4. 11, U. Slit
out that
both Senior and Junior divisions guests at the noon luncheon: pointed lint any claims and demand hall b* the full amount of the
according to points gain Monday. Clewiston may conduct its campaign have which ecalnat rou. or the either estate of you of OlenK. may tax levied, leu the amount added The a..dy WOTICil
meet Interest County
ed. Claud Brodhaker, a director during June. President :. Etherton deead lat. of the thereto bond proposed to to be .....on. eelve County Commisslonm: I B; It
Carl Hornsby said the directorswill : mid ofuHindry the CountyJudf. After June 15. 1114. such drain sealed bide until l5 lm
Additional Information maybe of the Southwest Florida district County, Florida shall he in Tueeday, June t. 1164 :
tan payable annual -
act on the suggestion that at his offlo. la the courthouse age sal. of as is, One
obtained by contacting Miss and Mrs. J. H. Legg executive installments. The amountof Intemat
Jarnet Genet, WH 6-2601 or director were present for the the club sponsor the Crusade .of, said within County sit l at calendar LaBelle.Plorldd each Installment and certified will by be. determined the. 1 m1: wits oEatonB;II> :htdu
as a project during the month. month from the tlm. of the tint 10:00 : td:.
Haven. Mr. Brodhaker .
writing Box 398 Moore meeting. was Each Board of Supervisor t the Tax whwla l:
the speaker. He said dewiston's Woody Carruthers, program claim publication or damned of this hall nolle b* In Collector of Hendry County not notdpb i -"lOri. a.,ern.
later than the first day of November
participation: In Cancer Crusades chairman, introduced Mr. Brod writing. and hall tat. the place of nth. year Truck may be vie.i .
Six Clewiston had "sort of fallen apart"the haker. Guests included Charlie of residence of the and claimant pot, offlc.and .hall address WITNESS the slsrnalor.. of thePresident !rldd% County &ra to laat lsly,
of the Board of Super.
past few years and he felt Bolton of the Belle Glade club b. worn to by the claimant.agony ouch. visors. attested by the seal of H. B. Paeklheoi
youths charged only local leadership is neededto and George Fawcett, of Everglades claim or attorney demand and not any*o filed the District, and. the elgnatsreof CN-/51Chalrmai
the Secretary of the Board,
reactivate the eastern Hen- Sugar Refining Corporation. hall b. veld. this th. llth day of Lay feet Kay SI, June 4, St.|
five Eth.rtonA
18. and W
Doyle Anderson Mary
dry county: UnIt. administratrix of the Boy!. xS DRAINAGE
AWARDS OF THE St'GA.LAND BAND were prosenttd juvenile youths of Clewiston Estate of DISTRICTBy IJ'fTlTATlO'f "To .IDDIUI
this year by Bandmaster Jack L Scott center, to have been charged by GladesCo. Glen deceased B. Etherton, President/./ R. H. BASS Citr'I'b.IClewistonlswin I et

Barbara al..,. left for her leadership and service to the authorities with the thieft of (feRAL sealed bid. up; toU1: py.
a boat and outboard motor in fay's" June 4. It. U 1114 ATTEBTIs June: "' wtlca" at
: u
band lor eight rears and to Gene Hln, right who wu ae Moore Haven and Wen of an B. P. PAIGE 0"will the'fOCOWlnl': and' rear a::
lected aa the aUUndiif beginning band member. The preaventatloat NOTICE Secretary motive piece of 4i.'
outboard motor from Uncle Joe'sFish SMOOI CM-411 equipmentTruck
were made at the annual Band Baaa.net. last week. .To all owner of and per..s May 14. II. II, June .. 11. 1114In On. (11 Sic Ton 11\1 p1A
Camp laterMted Is leads within B.U ott-
Staff Photo Se. I> '_.. IMatriet. Headry
According to Sheriff Soy r. __.. .. This truck to b. ulppeot ,
; Oentr. Ref The Coart of The Con y Ike foUow'nl"' ".,
Lundy Anderson drove the boysto the oewstrartlM .f the Into *****- Jmtm.Realrr S.
; llend.rd
performance will be at 1:00: torts you KM JMrfc CryUl JflJf-I' Powdered ... .....1... tm the ua\4o4\ Cu:: .ty. Florid. L Itand.rd I tylleer e
Moore Haven while skipping> ... .hltt I
plea .1 reels. >a Youth rodeo p.m. and the Sunday program school. Two of the Juvenilestook 1JM".d and each of you ar.bar.by .. Ret Estate ofEELLA I. Directional .lgn.Uk
at 2:30: p.m. a small fishing boat belonging i" a advised that', pursuant to WILLI8 RICHADD. Nara trout ass
US, known a *.
the provision of Chapter Wlnd.hl.ld'
All teenager are Invited to to Juddle Waldron of Florida Statute the Board of DELLA B. RICHAUD, view mlrros wlp.r IIId *.
planned for Gorda and rowed it to Supervisor of Boll. Drainage Deceased. I. Front
participate, with books for entries Punta a Bumper .nl,.
District .has levied a total draln Nonna' TO CREDITORS) .. Hydraulic
brakes .
being opened this week. place where they met the others. age tax In the amount of 1411.- TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER prln.s., end stwrlnf uulvt. ,.
of the boat and :11.11 against th. land within SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS T.
Notarized release slips are required Occupants: Alternator 'I. "** *' lees.
HavenThe such District to pay the Cost of AGAINST SAID ESTATE
Moore of all participant and car changed places and they the competition of the proposed : .. trit to be yellow. .in
mutt be signed by parents and were to rendezvous at Uncle work and Improvement In accordance Tou and each of you are hereby .' No trade-In. IOIIr
with the Am.nd.d Pies notified and required to
Glades County Livestock: returned with the entry feet Joe's Camp Lundy; said. The of Reclamation approved by th. sent any claims and demand pre- Grate will.Taa be fotni.h.Lathe CwIIo
Show Inc., la sponsoring a before noon Friday, June 12. small boat and rotor were Board of Supervisors of suchDistrict which you or either of you may Th right .. .
Such total drainage tax have against the estate of Delia to accept leirZT
Youth Rodeo on June 13 and 14 Fees of $500 each are being much slower than anticipate and has hues apportioned to Bad ..*. Wills Rlchaud. also known a* heat bid. and to r.Ject the.J7J5. -
in the recently completed arena charged for bull riding barrel the group In the car got tired led on each tract of land In such t.lla B. Rlchaud. deceased lat. bids
District In proportion to the of said to the
CountyJudge '
In Moore Haven. The Saturday racing cutting pole bending of waiting and returned to Clew benefit a..o..... and not In .a. of ;Henry{ County, Flor CE-deSQ BLAIR
Mon with the boys returning to CM___, flier._no.._'. A list of. all, taxea Ida. at his office In._. the .court_n._ Mar II, Jnna. l, 111!
school the sheriff said. ;

Meanwhile, the boat reachedthe
appointed place and encountered '" J .'
\\\ : motor trouble about y: tI'

'ttt\f\\\\ the same time In working with .'
the small motor.'It was loosened '

from the transom and on a
{' DRIVING renewed starting effort, the mo-
I tor fired! and fell overboard Into :/

the canal. The boys rowed to
Uncle Joe's boat landing and '1, 'l FORD ;

COSTs. "borrowed" another motor and A
to Clewliton
.. were continuing on
when overtaken by Deputy Sheriff .
Howard Bowen of Moor Haven
The boys will appear In TW e .

CHECK Glades county court before '
C. Fountain. The ,
Judge James
I.5- '' THOSE Hendry County Sheriffs Depart- .
ment and Clewiston City Police

I TIRES. the assisted boys.Lundy; In rounding up :: VACATION

Driving on worn

I \ tires is asking for
i \ \ trouble. For safety'ssake

I r 1 see us; now I IRedish fiSHING "

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ServicePhone Boats Guides Gas Ice ;19 s.i: \. .1 lAt I ". .' '

Fishing Tackle Supplies IX ,- ....t 3
} ..t a ;
Johnson's .'" ;'rTi ...

2-9471 for Freq Pickup & Delivery Service Fishing Camp ,!It t ,.," .. ",.\ .

,Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston Q.w alma. Flo.Hi. t N .< .
-" r 1""""

,,/' It's Time SEWING MACHINE f :

r to sew! CENTER __

4' 125 Avenue A Belle Glade Ford Conv rtbl -wldopen version

of the open competition champ

Announcesthe -

addition ofNFabrics THIS VACATION, GET AWAY FROM p t''W

in Stock


1 Sample Special Values, : FROM FORD. HURRY IN AND SAVE

Bates, 42" _.. _ yd. 890

f e ( regular $1.29 yd. Our 64s are the hottest selling Fordsin ,

history. And we're keeping 'em hot .

\ 1 Dacron-Cotton Voiles yd. 89% with record-high trade allowances on:

,'H< 5 45"regular $1.39.yd. top of our low, low Ford prices. With f Wrlane Sports CDUp,-offers

..' the widest choice in the industry' MIM basic V-8 as the Cobral

I, .f Candy Comb Piques, .. yd. 790 46 models in 5 lines-we're.sure to

45"regular $1.29 yd. have just the car for your family's

fun and. funds!

: : ::1 Cotton Sateens; 45" ? yd.; $1.00

t,. Dacron blend and Fortel blends
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: ,. ,..; I regular $1.49 to $1.79 '

": ,'l l 1 Dacron-Cotton Poplins yd. $1.. 9 -.mar rn1111! e I '

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I '..'; "i r l. I Wash' .&;War Cottons.. yd, 590 i. \:, 'NDItY COUNTY MOTORS INC.

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ALL MAKES: H" USED TV Clewiston, Florida THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Page T Presentation of Class Mr. A.

SETS.: Guaranteed 819.M Thursday, June 4, 1984 A. Thomas
I down, 814.04 per month. LAKE: Conferring of Diplomas Mr.J .
CLASSIFIED ADS APPLIANCE: CO YU 2-T1S1. tic H. BibleAcceptance '

FOR SALE-Used Golf clubs, Harlem NewsNews of Diplomas Katie
bag and cart 820. dewliton Mitchell "M" President of
Atlantic Station tfo Student Council
LASSIFlED RATES: FourWdperln.ertlon.70 FOR SALE-New 3 bedroom, 2 Special Presentations to Sponsors
( bath cement block stucco 140 Acres FURNITURE: FOR SALE of Our Colored Community and Principal Gwen-

ceDIS per minimum charge: four ID- home. Northslde of U.S. %1. Three piece sectional black MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor dolyn Patrick

ceDIS for the price of three. 814.900. 10% down, bank fi.nanclng. Adjoining City of Okeecho- Platform rocker with hassock Phone YU 3-7851 BenedictionRecessional -
,ertIoDl{ Frank Denmead Real. bee. Three piece bedroom suit Bisque .: "Pomp and arcumltance"
PHONE YUkon S-U01 tor. YU 2-3421 tfo Priced to sell white Notes From the Orange Btoea m stratlons were made by our
Frank Denmead Realtor Stale Coemetotofbt Aaeeetattoa, workshop consultants. Mr. ,
yesp wboH DAmn aPpear FOR TV S44M Youth bed and matching chestof The Silver Homecoming Anniversary Mine S. Waldon, state president Senior dais Sponsors Miss
the churned ads SALETwo drawers V. Randolph, Mrs E. Ttsdale,
held In and
? was the Fort war present brought
nay pick op twe passes to 3-bedroom homes, one Five piece dinette set Homer Hesterly, Tampa Fla., state wide greetings. Mrs. Day- Mr. Charles Burrows
frame, one cement block, Making the 1964 Class Roll
Theatre, Built-in up
the pixie) Crystal one North side oven and range a week ago. Beauticians from sell Hill Detroit, gave lectures
27, one were, John Carl Brumfleld,
of News South PhUco refrigerator with top all over the state attended the and demonstrations In her various
sea on side Both
zed To pets ...be condition. Both partially excellent fur.. ffi miscellaneous for Sale freezer anniversary workshop. It has skillful coiffures, she la Jean Mary Coleman Ruth Campbell, William, Thomas Dorothy

abed fer before Wedneeiy. nis lued. Financing can be ar Bathlnette been said, that a little knowledge owner of the Smath Copper

ranged.Frank. FOR SALE by Owner. 1958 4- Everything In very good condition Is a dangerous thing, sod Hair Fashion Detroit Mrs Lois Darling Louise, Delols Henry Louise, Altamese Henry,

mR door certainly a little knowledge on Bessie Dlx, Tampa, lecturedand
Denmead, Realtor C cylinder Ford. Automatic -
Jones, Mary Elizabeth Lewis,
YU 2-3421 ,,,, Refi transmission Good con- Mrs. Sweet 320 W. Obispo Ave. the subject of hair styling is a demonstrated. Soft Style Earnestlne Uvonne Mitchell,Katie .
dition. $450. Call YU M851 after ltp very dangerous thing, for the and Hair Permanent, this was Louise Mitchell. Gwendolyn
styling of hair Is the very beautifully done. Mrs
5 proper
REAL ESTATE p.m. tic FOR SALlfi:-Payroll envelopes, Amelia Patrick, Willie James
REAL [sTAT greatest single factor in providing Cathleen B. Ross was elected
NORTHSIDE oedroom frame FOR SALE!: Packard sedan printed with font for social an Illusion of perfect facial state president Pope, Shearese Ann Weekley,
Furnished. Immaculate. beautiful condition.. fcafr security withholding and other Louise White, Alzora Ruth Williams
MW balance and beauty. The thorough Attending from our area were
NORTHSIDE FOR RENT-Furnished 3 deductions. stun of MO. dewiiton and Willie Edward Wit
bedroom room
zee frame Cory, new generator. Ready to understanding of the hairstyling Mrs. Dorothy Singleton, Mrs.Elrors .
e $9,900.ACREAGE. cottage. 840. per month. Can drive. Immaculate Interior. News omc? tf liams.
and Mrs.Laths
problem is the substance Benjamin
orsn 'se as available YU 2-7921 etc Priced to teU. See at "Chuck" Ford 1953 Courier, good transportation of ability, artistic knowledge Dixon Belle Glade; Mrs. The wonderful arrangements
S ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM, I W lli Motor Co. tf and stage set up was the work
I* A. Cobb good engine, 890. with dignity, self confidence and Geneva Hollls and Mrs. Julia
bath frame home. of Mr. H. 1. McKlre Mr. Me-
YU 2-3221 JunlSc personal choice. Many demonWANTED Sales, Clewiston.
,tEAl. [StATt fOR SALE flOOTft FOR RENT-Furnished cabins FOR SALE-One!: 14 ft Tnomp- Kin also presented a 85000
325 FHA HOMES In Broward. and trailers Johnson Fishing IOn boat and trailer. 196 FOR SALB-.Amann room air. award from the Hendry County

Palm Beach and Dade counties Camp. YU Mill. tic 18 hp Johnson motor. Lonnle condltlonet Year iund model PERSONAL MENTION Progressive Teachers Association .

various sizes and prices. Ford. tic Reverie cycle Cools and to Alzora Williams. Gwen
FOR SALE Small cash payment FOR RENT-One bedroom dup beats Call 2-26S1 after S p.m. Rev. U Holmes left Monday dolyn Patrick was presented

FOR RENT Efficiencies! and lex apartment, furnished 115 FOR SALE-Boat aU alumlum 'or on Saturoas. tie morning for Jacksonville where 825.00 from the No. 2 Choir of
1 bedroom frame house houses as available N. San Pedro. Itp Cadillac 18 feet, Wide 8'beam. he will attend the commencement New Bethel ME. Church.
on landscaped lot 100'xlOO'. exercises of Edward Waters .
trailer and 58
Willie Edward Williams received
Florida room, living room, Over 1,000 vacant Iota to select
dining! room kitchen and from for all purposes. Various FOR KENT-Trailers and Trail Evlnrude V-4 Electric motor. College. He was accompanied a scholarship from Allen
utility! room. prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer Phone MOOt First Bank of on his trip by Mrs. Csssie University for his Athletic abil],
AND INCOME Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic Clewtiton for details. Hardy Mrs. Luclle Wilson ity. Katie Mitchell received the
ell be seen after Ilt June25c and Mrs. Necle Mae Cue.
Mondays threats Frt4171. PROPERTY. & honors and scholarship from
8360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent apartmentOne Clark H. Dorman Edison Jr. College. All the graduates
CBS construction 825,000. bedroom. Call YU 2-3701 Mrs. Maxine Branen, States- received words of Inspiration

Brokers protected LONG TERM, low Interest tic Double rollaway bed $25. % dependable man to born Ga., Is the house guest of and encouragement from

none. J.T. Webb, YC S-1M1 farm cane. grove and ranch FOR RENT-One) bedroom trail- rollaway bed 115. Rugs 8100 succeed me as Rawleigh Deal her children, Mr. and Mrs. B.. the honorable superintendent of
After JJI: pbme YU 2-7411 mortgages, minimum 850,000. er. dean quiet Phone YU each. Presto 4 qt deep fat fryer er In Glades County Trade well J. Canty and family.; She expects public Instruction.

LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. 2-1236. tic 89.9S. S lIP weedlcM Evln HELP WANTE WOMEN I established. Hendry County to return home one day

FOR SALE OR RENT-New do. M. LANKFOKDReg. rude motor 890. Twin reversl- might also be selected I'm too this week.

plot three bedroom. Car < Real Estate Broker. FOR RENT! one and two isle G. E. faa with thermotatlS25. WAITRESS AND CASHIER busy supplying my. CustomersIn Commencement ExercisesWhltfleld's -

put Location: Obispo St between 530 East Sugarland Highway bedroom trailers, also shade 39 Inch innerspring mate wanted. Apply to Gary Scott M a r tin i and Okeecbobee Mr. Joe Nelson Coleman, Nursery held School
Exercises Friday -
\ Corona and Pacific Sts. Fin Auto and General spaces dewlston Trailer Park, tree, new condition. $14.95 Thrifty; Drugs. tfo Counties Write Noah V. Cannon Fla. was the weekend guest of were evening
the Recrear
Call collect Lee Wilson 844- Insurance YU 2-661. tfe. LaByers MoteL. J.2891 Sr. Rt 4, Box 17$, Fort Mrs. Julia Sales. They motoredto May 29 at
Oft,Lake Park, Fla. tic tic Pierce or Rawleigh FAF 630- tional CenterProcessional ...0'r
dewlston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-210 Furnished apartment for rent Waitress Wanted' Lakeland where they were "God Our Fa- ,

I 860. per month. Call YU 2- 21 ft. Chris Craft open tea 683, Memphis, Term. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest ther" Mrs Lottie Williams '

425 Acres of Highly Improved 540 Acres 4451 or 306 N. Francisco. skiff 60 ph Inboard very Apply, to Tony Glades Restaurant June25e Thompson Mrs. Sales also The Lord's Prayer School
tic visited her Mrs.Mamie
pasture. Over H mile Ito economical. 8400. YU 2-3221 The Twenty Third Psalm I
Adjacent to Clewiston.
Stokes Plant City. It
(bunting on U.S. 27. Five Cleared. Suitable lorlubdlvldln JunlSc WAITRESS WANTED tt Old School
FOR RENT-New 10'xSO house was a homecoming for the Sales
miles from Dewiiton.
South Bar-B-Q Ranch Must Pledge To The Flag Selection -
tank Denmead Realtor trailer with two bedrooms FOR SALE!: Parakeets, 82.00 4a' family, to have Pat Abrab.mSalel School
will consider Smaller Tracts. be between 21 and 45 of 11
YU 2-3421 Fronting U.s. 27 By week or month. YU up Mynah birds, African love years U.S. Marines, home on Welcome Future Graduates
23421tic age. Contact Carroll Benson tic
Frank Denmead Realtor blrdi, monkeyi, cages supplies.Pet furlough. Alphabet Drill ..tEduc.tlon
YU 2-3421 boarding. Thompson Wild '
FOR ExerciseSalutatorian
DEMAND GREATER THAN RENT-One bedroom efficiency Animal Farm Phone YUkon I- "
apartment utilities Miscellaneous WantedWANTED CHURCH NEWS Willie L. Pass
EVER for houses, 1236. tic
.crt8l't.buIlnmel. FOR SALE 8100 down. 3- furnished Couple only Phone Nine Months Speak 1:'

We have customers bedroom frame; not finished, YU 2-6881. tic FOR SALE or TRADE-Houseboat New Bethel A.M.E.Rev. L, Valedictorian Howard U MOo 1
!wilting List your property with but livable. 865 per month. Holmes, pastor Kin Jr.Introduction.
(Surfside six Adventurer) TO RENT for ,
us. J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU Mabel J. Whitney 1175. N.W. FOR RENT-2 and S room furnished 38', for property Give or take summer 2 or 3 bedroom trailer :LOST AND FOUNLOSTPI..Uc Sunday School 9.30: of Speaker Mrl."t

MML: tie 79th street, Miami, 50, Fla.Junk. apartment Phone 2- dIfference 86400. See Lowe's house or apartment For Morning Worship -,10:55: Lottie Williams I. \

1271. tic Marina, Clewiston. Rev. Julian Pope, pastor North. folder with drlv- Evening Worship 7 P.M. Speaker Mrs. D. B. Hill. :.. I
ers license and Shell credit No change In the weekly schedule Harlem
aide Elementary Instructor
215 Acres Cleared JuneHc Baptist Church. YU 2-6483.
ROOMS FOR RENT- Call YU cud Finder please contact Academy. 4

Adjoining City 20 acre home 24881. tic FOR SALE-Chlhuihua! male 4te. Gwendolyn Jeremiah, Box 1359, Sunday, June 3, the pastor will Flower DrillInstrumental ..

For sub-dividing. site near Moore Haven on FOR RENT-Small bouaa. Furnished about 13 months old. Call YU Gritton George Clewiston lip be In charge of the services Selections -

SR78 or' unfurnished, 835 2-3091 ito throughout the day Presentation of Diplomas -
Frank WANTED Mechanic. White
Denmead -
Realtor Frank ()eaDle... Realtor
month. See Mrs. 433 You are welcome to worship Mrs. V. L. Whltfkld
YU 2-3421 YU 2-3421 per FOR SALE-Used: House Trafler. nan 18-45 years old. Apply 7
E. Trinidad call H. John- In the City of with us.Activities. Graduating
or P. 1963: 10/tH'. $ SO. cash ..m.-. p.m., Bill's Transmission Graduation Song -

son tfoWHOUNCEMENIS and take up payments. YU 2- Hwy. 60. LaBelle, Fla. or Moore Haven! Class

3421. tic Phone OR 5-2712 JunUp w. now have available .. at Harlem Academy Graduation Lee Prayer- Arnold W.x

I Business Directory REGISTERED CITRUS: TREES: WANTED-Ironing to do In my 77 lots) (approximately SO Baccalaureate Exercises were Distribution of gifts Mrs. M.

s.;:;:;. FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. home. Contact Mrs. J. C. by 128, oned for homes) held Sunday afternoon May 31, Dixon, and Mrs. A. O. Parker

II.. M. TomllWw, fins Fla. Phone! Tomllnson, YU 2-7247 or traDer home Thou at 4 P.M. In the gymnatorlum. Stage Assistants Mrs. A.
BE S-Z78I. tic JunUp Iota) ore being offered for The Inspirational Messsge Jones, Mrs. M. Johnson and

Year rhOee DealerCARITHERS GOULD BROS. ""-' ...,.,. a limited time at a cash was delivered by Rev. Isadora Mrs. E. Grlswell. Mrs. Vera

'''', i ,' price ol $350.00 per lot Edwards, Fort Myers; Fla. Whltfleld. Instructor and Mrs.

PAINT STORE -m or 1 to 2 year terms) mar. Commencement Exercises were Lottie Williams! Assistant

RADIO be orranc/edl held Monday evening, June 1,
and TV
Licensed Ceatrsetors: Insarcd Phone YU 2-2803 8 P.M.
UIXS WITH BETOOK nEB ESTIMATESfill t MISC. IIII'F IIfW Prelude Miss A. E. G. Thomas Julia's

flkWl! : Bldg. 108 Bond Organist
E. Sofarland Hwy. GLADES MERCANTILE COMPANY Processional "Wsf March of Beauty NookFor

Phone YU 2-6441 authorized Singer Sewing 3dfi14viacf the Priest" Mendelssohn That New Look
Fkene TU Mill
Machine: dealer's agent will We Build Scripture and Invocation Tinting Styling, Cutting NoAppointments.
CLEWISTONTRAILER service sewing machines' in Rev. Lee Jenkins Friday and
Saturday. FREE VA Houses Selection "God Bless Ameri Saturday
SEE US FORBOTTLED Clewiston area every w. Fee isfmatlCaB tMUMrs.
SALESNew GAS Phone WY 6-J639, Belle Glade N. Dews Payment Eeqolredl ca", Berlin Choir MissV. Julia Sale, rreprteter
tie Randolph, Directress The I
AT W. also need carpenter .
Five Guiding Lights To Success
& Used AppliancesSalesService SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom : Kendall Cons't Co.

us Z1 E. YU 2-2661 made. Complete line of PRONE JU 1-1771 1st Speaker Salutatorian Harlem Club
drapery and slip cover! fabrics AI Fuller'sMary Alaora R. Williams2nd Fried

WALDRON'SImATSANDCROCJmmJ POWER GASCORPORATION Free estimates. Can YU 2-5831. J. E. Beardsley, Speaker Valedictorian Favorite Chicken Mixed Fish.Drinks Hamburger

Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand Sales heist Katie Mitchell and other Sandwiches

Upholstery. tie PHONE YU S-7MI Selection Band Mr. F. Recorded Music

: Garter Paint Store Jones, Conductor Bands
L. H. Dean
open 7 a m. to 1 p.m. CALL COLLECT 3rd Speaker President of Senior Mr. aides mil Wallace
S2totpm. BLUM & SONS Class Earneatine Mitchell -

Very Best Work- Complete Line of Paint and Supplies Houses for SaleHooker'
BIz Days a Week COUNTYTitle We Save Yon Money 4th Speaker Vice Presidentof
Phone YU 2-3281
QA6ED &Abstract Co. Plastering, Simulated Stone clan Gwendolyn Patrick5th Hilton' Grocery
144 E. Sngarland Hwy. Clew ton. F1a.VvtVVVtVttAV'. .
Stucco-Free Speaker Miss Harlem
Parr 'Yr. Akatraeta-Title Groceries, Fresh Meats.
Your Spur of Moment Steaecrapkerrketeeepyteg and Insured $4,000 .. term Academy Sher.... Weekly Vegetables. Cold Drinks Essential :
Picnics DapUeaOaf 25 Years la Business Selection "One World"O'Hara Items
MIIet East of Oewistaa and Park Ave.LaBelle. $6,500 terms
Bridge M. 3850 LOTS Street Soloist Michael We appreciate your patron-
Bare Beach Fla. P. O. lid Ml fort Myers, Fla. tic Qulntlne and Thomas Jones &nteti
OlaareiSMtEVINRUDE DadeMonroeRealty Mr and Mrs. BBteaFreprtetera
ED T-Oin or OX 4-2874 Presentation of 64 GraduatesMrs. -

Attention Cattlemen ATTENTION! E. Tisdale, Co-sponsor
IT ITS UNIFORMS see us first

Ia ae fire Ie ". Mate. Nurses Doctor's Beauticians and Waitress.Barber's Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers 309 W. Sugarland Hwy. YU 2- 248 YU 6248 YU 2-6248 YU 2-6248 '

tn w ::t = Maid. uniform shop Ph. YU 3-2141 CUwMoa
law .. The only
Sales and Service LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND
with lor miles .rOU CL LINNlE'SUNlJ'ORM I

federal Land Bank New sad Used Meters Fort SHOP.Myers. 1835 Hen llDltlcBusiness rF WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING HARLEM GARAGE jj

see er Write Farts Martae and Hardware AeseassriesMarine Street. Glades Roofing Co. tp All new and ready to serve you! 85I "' I
A lAw Cast Fans MertfaferEDElAT All Types ef Beef a4 ,
W. I. BUT Safety Bc-JpIaeal I LAND BANK WAN Sleet Metal West Transmissions-
a ..... YVkea'.lull Lots.! WIll Feralsk. Cask 'T* New CesutrMttesi er Tune-ups-
:,...: ...... KeOnanee debts.FtuuMO .... JMPhone ;
R. E. WALDRON 75'rlOOr to 20 Alley .. fans .."" ....., new MUtags, pew. 1 A Specialty \

Parkinson ..... wtad saaeklaes and sBetaH Irrf<<..... 2-7111
Wi hms across from Assist la perehase ., a fans, pen es raaek. Day er Evenings Elbert Allen, Jr., Proprietor g '
Electric Farekase sun taad. r. 0. sea 1248CLEWUlOIf I
For prompt, Efficient
Dade-Monroe Frevlde capital lands far !Cke fans so.rprlee. FIX
Borne deUftr7or YU 2-6248 YU 2-6248 YU 2-6248 YU W248
saws THE MIAMI HCXALDCall Realty ", -

W0355 T1 ss 3.1231Double Bobby Gidd* s 309 W. Sugarland Hwy L tewer ,.,...... I
I. Lesser tams (e. to II years.
\ TV s-int YU 5-2941 8. Devendable service
hue 1117).
"A"Roofing 4. Till Brepaysaeat srtriUtee .....* ......,. Plumbing IfcpairReplacement NEW LOCATION ,

Tampa Tribune Net $350. per wk. I (. Lass serrioe. ), focal peeple fasafflaf wtta beat agrfraltare. *, Corner Tennessee and Fourth Streets I

and Going establish! local bull- D we eaa ke ef service to yea Please write er mfcea. Installation Home Cooked Food. Sandwiches Cold Drink. Candles
Cookies and Ice Cream
with excellent profit DOYLE E. ABBOTT Last Mgr. Trouble Shooting I
Licensed ness W. B. MAT. Mtr. er Exclusive
Ft. Myers Start Atmosphere
picture. rruk11t
I the day "Septic Tank ABpecMtf Service with smileDon't BondedIeeCIIIA1lTpea' News Press All er equipment. D xturel' and Federal Land Bank Associationof a '
plus 2 bedroom forget to purchase a Clewiston Nom I
Home Delivery .partmtllt .djobII I. $8WOtotal Bradeniofi Call YU 6711

Painting rr. a' CAMPBELL price. 325 E. Ventura YUkon 27651I I
Phone 3-1131 FboneMTtl Trash Dearesd Realtor PHONE 7U-MS1 BSADBITOH.: Ft*.

111't' \ !

,., II' ," '

Denslow at day afternoon and will return with 640.
,e Eight THE CLEWISTON' NEWS Clewlston. IT*. Rev. .Friday afternoon. In theGUde
Thursday: June 4. 1964 Ladles TeUa
Accompanying the group 1* Irtt
r conference
annual Teant
Jerry Flint, assistant county with 2406.2995 '"

David Denslow, pastor agentA Estate tearspo Dry
Teachers mark end of year of the First Methodist Churchof number of 4-H member 111 Hendry IDd composed Helen rc

P Clewlston, left Tuesday to attend from LaBelle Joined the Clew econd place wits 1WIn "
32I 4.7 t l J 1, : t the annual Methodist conference -' iston member to bring the the 2971.

with Countywide. luncheon In Lakeland which con- county: representation to approximately Plank dOUbles of Lk"(
I 20. and
vened Wednesday. Muriel
; : H e a d r 7 county Classroom Friday Is the last duty day for First on the five day program Mrs. Ethel Willis and Mr. fourth with 1194

J d''' Tuckers Association will hold the teachers this year. will be the formal consecration June White of Felda accompanied PoUr:
i t' luncheon at the Clewiston Inn
a of the new Branscomb the group as chaperones.; was Womew ,51
fA .at noon today: is a final event ChalllPbl !
at Florida Southern cap) with '-.
r I :lot the 19644 school ;year. Mr*. Jackie Bishop is 3y 40 College and the traditional placed third ; naorti Car
h 1 Hartess McGUviry, LaBeQe. Is Local bowlers with 8Ia.

;::1 i president of the croup. Invited new City patrolman reading will of be ministerial held on June appolo"ments 7. third Polly in. Mclendon AU Il&o

place in EVe ts
tourneySeveral (ba
+ Super-t Alvin Jackie Bishop, 2.. has Mn. W. P. Jernlgan, president -' with 1837.

,!t' been appointed to serve a six of the West Palm Beach Clewiston b The
. Bible Supervisor and Urs. Carl o w 1 r trophy and
1 : and months probationary period as District Woman' Society of were the winner tattoo PrIze III-! .
.! Hornsby.: Mrs. Mabel MagUl ';K.- -- among In the was made
Mr. Harold MsjUl. Principal patrolman with the City Police 'r" P ;# ... Christian Service Is planning to 3rd annual Glade Championship ping May: 31 .t Swaq
Department by Chief Wendell .. attend the conference. Mr. lilt
; and Mrs. Joha Coins. Tournament which con- Bowling Lane
'; All teachers; whether members Whale,. VOTED THE BEST SPOOKTSMEN In the Gas. Among< those playing were, kneeling left Jernlgan is also reserve lay- cluded its annual competitionat

'' men's slowpltch Softball league was Thrifty to right, Jnsto Navarre. Jorge Soto, Fanstlno
;'1 of 'the' CTA or DOt and Bishop has been a long-time leader. Glade Bowling Lane May
resident Drue's entry: computed of Cuban resident. Martins Camllo Aguirre and Julie Quesada; church leader
: t their husbands and wives are of dewiston living atHooter' Fred Sikes, lay 24. _
.s, Invited to be present PoInt. He was formerly They were alas presented the runner-op Ira standing, Juan Pena, Art Morrell, Alberto De- will also attend the conference There were 21 team of men SugarlandPhamu

a ;; Ken Walker, a past presidentof employed by the U.s. Sugar phy by Mayor T. H. Jones, Jr. Thursday night Armas. Armando Llano. Bias Rodlques Albert though he will not be present and 24 team of women par

,:y, the CTA, will conduct the Corporation In the bollerroom. following the championship game with Glade Morrell and Manuel Sotlllo. Staff Photo for opening ceremonies. ticipating. In the men' single

installation ceremony: at which The new patrolman began his Gene Talsman of South Bay PIZZA

Mrs Margaret Bare becomes duties Monday June 1st. rector of the Florida Revenue Grower won first place, scratch

president for the ;year 1964-65. Adventists plan AllStarsClewlston Commission, said today. Camp CloverleafSpending and handicap with 619483. Jim YU 2-3311

,, A representative of the state Straughn points out that the Brandon Clewlston placed sixth
f department of education Is expected Boys i in service Slow-Pitch ALL- 1963 legislature Increased the this week at the

l! to address the teachers camp meetingThousands CITY TEAM: (picked by ballot delinquent! penalty; to $2.50 a Camp Cloverleaf Lake Placid,

at the luncheon meeting. I CORPS, KOREA (AHTNC) from participating players. of quarter or fraction thereof and are five member of the Clew -

Army: Pvt Marlyn, J. Harp of Seventh-day: Adventists the !league) set the due date for July, 1, the iston 4-H Club. Donna and Cecil

;.. OBITUARIESUriah whose wife, Judith live In from all over Florida beginning of the fiscal ;year. Keen, Libby Polhlll Gayle Tor-

Lake Wales, Fla., was assignedto will attend opening service this Auxmr TEAMC The penalty previously was bert and Steve Sexton left Mon.a .

the 633d Engineer Company weekend at their annual camp -Johnnie Jackson two per cent per month after,
Tanner IB-Billy, Harn
in Korea. May 6. meeting on the grounds of Forest 60 days after the due date
Barn, a heavy: equipment operator Lake Academy at Forest 2B-Bias Rodriguez NOTICE! NOTICE
Uriah Tanner, aged 86, died 3B-Eddie Crosby which was September 1. There' !
In the enteredthe
company City near Apopka. They will,
s early, Tuesday morning at the : SS-Armando LlanoITMike : is no grace period under the
In 1963 and
", received hear denominational leader
amended act.
i Clewlston hospital. He was for Dyal
basic training at Fort ., Bible doctrines and : .
speak on
: ", many ;years a resident of Felda Cr-Ernle Hill It was explained that a "sea".
... Gordon Ga. He was last assigned prophecy, on church activities The June meeting of the
I and moved to Clewlston five Rr-Art Morrell sonal store" would not become Hen-
j at Fort BeDD1o,. Ga. Christian
and on personal experience. .
'I: months ago. He was a retired SF-Bobby ClddensUT ', delinquent until after ,the date
The 24-year-old; soldier was They will enjoy the 1-
.v t farmer. and that "new
; -Ronnie RoblsonP of its opening, a
I', I h Mr. Tanner was a native of graduated from Clewlston High old style camp meeting, but in 'Davidson"2nd store" must apply for license
School In 1957 and was employed a. new setting and with many -Johnny: : a dry County Board of Public Instruction
.r; Evergreen Ala. He was a member prior to the date of opening.
4 by the United States Sugar
of the Baptist Church. modern convenience TEAM .
Corporation Lewiston before
C-Don Stiles
Survivors are four sons, Troy entering the Army.: His parents Keynote speaker la R, A. An- arrivalsin
IB-Felton Ricks New will be held
Tanner, and Roy: Tanner of Pen- Mr. and Mrs. William H. .Harn derson. Washington, executive 2B Yama Bell not on June 11.
sacola. Manuel -
C. Tanner, Fel}>
ia. Trammel L. Tanner Clew- Sr., live in Clewlston. secretary of Association.the Adventlan'Ministerial 3B-Rabbit Robert public library

I futon two daughters, Mrs. Gol.'I About 1500 people will live on SS-Devan Dyal; Adult Fiction
die Dunaway: Clewlston and the camp ground{ throughoutthe LF-Bllly: Williams ; Mystery It will .be held on June 18 in
Frank K. Told aed son of Mrs CF-B1U SikesRILuther
Mrs Zadle B. Carr Ocala 27 of the
<< meeting, in tents, cabins, Quest Bogeyman: .
Anna Tokieda, Clewiston, has Davis
grandchildren 47 great Frances
grandchildren LockridgeThe
trailers, and in the dormitoriesof
and four been selected ,as the Outstanding SF-Doc Weaver '
great Arrow Valerie Wat-
great the boarding high school of ; Sped stead.
grandchildren. Trainee of Company B, 6th UF-A1 Morrell klnson

Funeral services will be held Battalion. Second Training Brig'ade the church here. P-Jorge SotoMinor The Day of the Arrow-Philip HOW TO BE HAPPY
though" retired(T) b shown
I at 10 o'clock this morning at for the training cycle endIng Loraine

,J Pattiaon Funeral Home Chapel, 27 March 1964. Sikes tells club Adult Fiction by: C. M. Plrkle, city: building J. HOMER BIBLE

", Clewlston with Rev. Victor Young Tokleda was presentedwith injuriesin Comrade Don Camlllo-Giovanni Inspector. Pirkle retired ,

Turner officiating Grandsons a trophy and with a Certificate of labor problemFred GuareschlI. a* city manager, work* ''
", of the deceased will be pall of Accomplishment sign collisionA John Mordaunt-Vlrgll Scott part time aa J building Inspector S Superintendent

bearers.Interment. ed by Major General Charles S.D'Ona C. Sikes, personnel di- The Night In Lisbon-Erich Mrs and enjoy his

will be In Fort Den. commanding U.S. Army: rector of the 'United State Sugar Rob't Roy DIehl USAF ria Remarque hobby of gardening< Her

I aud Cemetery with Paulson Training Center, Fort Jackson. Corporation told Kiwanlans received minor head Injuries as Sheba's Landing -| Thomas he displays: a 14-pound

,,: Funeral Home in charge The certificate! recites- its presentation Wednesday that labor Is the he was thown from his vehiclein Baird banana squash tram hid

.' I in recognition of "your; biggest problem facing the sugar an accident Monday: afternoon I Was Dancing Edwin O'Con. spring efforts. Staff Photo

I I, personal appearance, military Industry today.: in front of the Post Officeat nor '

Cauley Waldron bearing and courtesy, and While harvesting machine Central and Venture Ave The March Man-Keith Sots-

knowledge of duty and current have relieved tome pressure in nues. ford
Cauley: Columbus Waldron 68.
j drowned In a boat events having demonstrated Ina the vegetable Industry, no sugar Pilgrim at Sea-Par LagerkvlstThe
accident on According to Officer Charles
very short period of military cane harvester has yet prow of the Generals
Lake Okeechobee at Oewlston Night -
who See
McClelland, Investigatedthe the
.' early; Monday evening service those outstanding qual. en satisfactory, Sites told the Hans Hellmut Klrst Exeiting-
accident Diehl driving a
lilies of good soldier which
a area club at the noon luncheon meetIng Adult Noa-Flctloa
f He was a native of Venus and
1962 Ford panel truck owned by
credit to ;yourself and your A Field Guide to the Star and
moved to Clewlston from Okee.
Eastern Aero Marine of Miami
I chobee: 22 unit"A Since World War II. southern Planets-Donald Mengel .
;years ago. He was a and struck
ran a stop sign a
personal letter of commendation Negro' labor has become extinct
commercial: : fisherman, and 1964 Ford sedan driven by Mrs.Peggy Field Archery and Bowhuntlng
lived In a small cottage at the from the lieutenant commanding and his corporation and the Industry W. Deoro of 333: East -Arnold O. Haugen New G. T O.

Ii lakefront the the award.company: accompanied : has recruited labor from. Ventura Avenue in the side. The Story of Design Marlon .
the West Indies through a contract Downer
Survivors are his Via OJ'p.m.
I wife The accident occurred at 2:
Lt Marco A.
Principle commended agreement with both the Junior Fiction
Della Waldron and one son. and Diehl was taken by
; I Thomas Newton Waldron of Tokleda and wrote U.S. and BW.I. government Tonk and Tonka-Eugene Ack-
Pattison Ambulance to Hendry
S BrooksvUle "While assigned to this Com Sikes said that January recruiting erman By PONTIAC I
three brothers Hart General where he received
trainee and working
pany as a turned up a possible
vey.: Smiley and Bin all of treatment for head laceration
\ in the capacity of a platoon 426 prospects, of whom only 181
five sisters. Mrs. and was released. Promotions
: Lflla guide, ;you performed your arrived and 18 of which are still,
Leltner J
Okeechobee Mrs. Damage to the panel truck
duties In an exceptional manner herer.
)t,7. Wavey Raulerson, Mrs Almer which was recognized by: was estimated at $800 and $!/ for CAP officers Now on Display At"Chuck"

"' Denen and Mrs. Armea Camp. both the Company: cadre and,, 200 damage to the-Deoro Ford
r' bell all of Fort Pierce and The officer
'the trainee working under you. by: McQelland. Announcement has been madeof
I Mrs. Caddie Titter Miami.. You have demonstrated In a' charged Diehl with careless promotion to 1st Lt. for James
r ;; Funeral services will be conducted very short period of military driving and causing an acd-' Walker, commanding officer of

,.Ao t at the graveside! In Or- service those outstanding qualities dent the ,dewiston Civil Air, Patrol Wells Motor Co. Inc.
: J iona Cemetery Friday: morning Don Edwards,
finance officer,
of a good soldier which area ".tI... .r .p.e1.1' Nb.ll.a .f
',, at ten o'clock by: the Rev. T J. credit to yourself and the ..'......1.... .f Be,.. P..I.... has been promoted from MSgtto ,
t Greenberger. of Venus, formerly PI...... .. H.... Ve..I". Ft.. Phone YU
Retailers need 2nd U. with the 2-1501
completionof '
United States Army. CleWUtaaOVERLOADED.
of .. P..I.. wk..k.rI .de Sugarland Hwy.
Okeechobee. "Throughout' tenure of .... UIMrtot a.4 ..._.... 8 volumes of officer' trainIng -
I. Pattlson Funeral Home Is In your .10,00... ...!! k* ...... courses and has
.,;r.i charge of duty ;you manifested self-condl- Notice I. hnbr Irlnn that store
; arrangement fence, mental alertness, tactful 'a poll fmholtUr Uotlon will over 120 squadron points. -
i b* held In Boll. Drain*. Dl.- Applications for the annual Both promotions were an-
aggressiveness and had the trlot of Hendry Count. Ylorldan '
., Mrs. Jessie DeVoeGene courage to maintain a commendable tho 11th day of JUJl.. deed Retailer's Store License for nounced by National CAP head -
/\ for the purpoi. of determining1 19&MS are being mailed out quarters through Lt. Rot *
If. command the
over .. '
Clawson called whether rl t bond of .uoh
was to
4' Indiana Saturday platoon under your direction Dlitrlot not .s..41nt UOOOOO0 .- this weekend to more than 60. Doane, Information officer for
by the deathof shall b. !iHuod to Jln.no. the 000 dealer, J. Ed Straughn, Di the Clewiston Unit
: his mother, Mrs. Jessie Dei I know that ;you are proud to equliltlon and construction of
this award and I publlo work and drainage !Improvement
Von. which occurred assure
i at heriJ
!( within ...oh Dlitrlct,
home In New Albany, Ind. you that we are proud to be to b. paid from a drainage tax .
Mrs. DeVoe had been In Ill able to give the award to a sol,, levied pursuant to Chapter IIS.Florida .
Statvtee on eaoh tract of
iJ. health for several years, and dier of your caliber" land In the District In proportion !

died Friday: night following a to. the benefit *_.aedthereon FEDDERS'Certified' Our lot is

stroke. The. place,bond'or election place; *'of hall votlna b. bulging over with NEW CARS and we are

John McClain M.Patch FutchJohn 67. of Flaghole postponed meeting 2 weeksJoe inGriflln.County b.. .the open No.Slumber Bro.at Sll Florida.The Potter.South Onralocated. ; Grade place 1 mil poll, Hendry on Northof will the onR. j Quietest(; offering long trades which will save you $$$ on dour

Lake Harbor, died Wednesday dar. of said bond election from -/TOP.MTEDAIR igf
T:00 'clock ...IC. until I Qt o'clock CONDITIONEWVWers
of :
M. Hendry, secretary new
afternoon In a Miami hospital.He P.M. on the Mine II...,. cars for example
was a rancher and had lived the Flaghole Drainage District, All duly qualified elector reldln .... .
in Lake Harbor for eight call to attention of it* members within eue,* District who
;year are recletered freeheldere on the
He wa a member of the Bap- that the special meeting scheduled date. of lueh vloctloa shall b.

tilt Church of Lake Harbor. for June 12 has been postponed to entitled veto at qualirid e.ch election and permitted, provided Brand New

I: Survivors are a sister Mrs until June 29. however, that any qualified Full-Size ChevroletFull
... .
The corrected' legal notice of .1. trealdlna- euoh District"
Mel Cochran. of Fort
Myers who U ale a freeholder on .u."
and one nephew, M. J. McDon the meeting is found elsewhere date may Tote at euch bond .lection
in this issue of the news. upon the gicctuelvED
aid. .I.. ..to'fll'tt.I\: \ ..141
Funeral service were held (II) (a), Florid Statute*. NDBaaa Price

41 Saturday: morning In the Patti- /*/ B. r, PAIOB .' R only $2126.00
Bowlingnews eeretarr., Board at Su
son Chapel. with Rev. James p.rrl.oriHendry .
t') j\ Williams of Lake Harbor officiating. County, Florida.

r '" Interment was In RId,.. CN-4U Ma r li, ai, '1. Jan t, lU 1S4v

1 ., lawn cemetery f attlson Funeral $Ol 85

1. ;. Home was In charge. wanes 4 per monthPlus
I will not bo reiponelble for
", I Ladies of Lake debt Incurred by anyone. ether
'.'1 than mycelf. b First It Dun BdnJ.fi 19C3-M T*TM Brand)
Sport Shop ___ ..104V4 mOld Dan Sullivan Sum normal down !

: rfj' J Did You Know? .South Sugar_Corp 92 95V4* 5I 56HUS. U CW Jun.-411 4, 1914Novlcw, Jtu conrwaorr Ms-Ai4rwaa 1.fd giw.ss..l YZDXZSOWNW w/aWTYWo.tea The m.dw.JfOZITRA iw o.AUrsie.Yes'O J rpes payment

/ Baldree's 70 82 or epetlA411RaTINn : wTf" Use Your Credit Card for ALL Your Car NewM"Chuck" !

You Canebrake ...-,_ 69ft\ -72 H : : .I
) -I can gets A rp.sl.l' meeting- the rial-
'j- Hare Lumber 62* S9H hole Dralnaio I DUtrlel I member Redish Electric Co.
Parkinson' ., 58 94 will bo held on Friday June IS, '
; : Bar-B-Q to GO! Wilson Lumber ... Ktt MU\ Atent 1144 at Ted the. Ctallo office'In the of County

HUh Series .--. ..... aer hdep I* ..... ..Co.t
p..... "When you do business: with MS; Wells Motor Co. Inc.
Polly McLendon ..483 -
: Buelnee. t. b* considered' '
f4. A- Thaine Richardson 470 583 PrrceiiUtlon of lrrl.atlon I You can be assured of good ,

: Louise Rudd 441 586 feasibility NonotlatloB report' or contract I i Service high quality, reasonable CT Authorized
\ Sales Parts
i Polly: McLendon S8S perUlntnc t. report! Service -
Prices )
and undying gratitude
S-Any ether "...In... that our V '
HUH Serle _, ace hdq EJ5 / CHEVROLET
may eon retularlr before the. Florida PONTIAC OLDS1IOBILB'Pa
231 Clewiston
1Phone Polly: McLendon 197 fioard.FLAOROLB .

Helen Klite _.-. 172 DISTRICT DRAJMAOB Phone YU 2-1601 '116 Bond Street Phone YU 2-1501 Clewistc

YU 2-9322 Dorothy: Dyess: 110 Jo* M. H..4.1&1' ) Sugarland Hwy.
1M 207 _"WDiOD's LASCEST'SWJNQ SBAiftrmm
T, Richardson Jane 1. If, 1964 ,