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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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April 29,1960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT By PAUL P.AKDIN



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::; Slonaker Chosen Blanton & Unwin 13 Candidates For Duncan Padgett Is Council Rejects

Low Jail BiddersActing Asking Mayor's JobOne

f Lions Club Pres. upon the recommendation .- Pahokee OfficesThirteen of ee's pioneer and Diner Beer PermitFor

of Elliott Bross, Pahokee'tcity well liked citizens is asking election -

A new slate of officers for the engineer, the City, Council in candidates will,be seek to that city's highest positionthat the second time in the past
Canal Point Lions Club was recommended ing office at the Pahokee city'election of Mayor. Duncan Padgett month the Pahokee Council rejected -
session the bid
by a nominating: committee special accepted Tuesday, May 3. No late com farmer and civIc worker has announced an application by ,Gene Paulk
t headed ,by H. G. Boynton of Blanton & Unwin. local contracting ers showed up 'Friday to qualify his candidacy in the forth and Ralph Tillman, operators of
= chairman at the, weekly dinner firm, for, the constructionof before the 5 p. m.deadline, accord coming election and has been the Tiny Diner, for a license to sell
I meeting. The nominees 'include P. additions to the city hall, jail ing to City Clerk Patsy Batchelor. working tirelessly on his campaign beer at the eating place on East

; I A. Slonaker, for president; J. G.' and fire station at a cost of $59,845 Running against Police Chief which will come to a close with the Main St., 'whIch is very popular
}i. Weeks, first vice ,president; Grady Leon Guthrie, who is seeking reelection election next Tuesday. with teenagers. -
lowest of the bids submitted.The .
I Boynton second vice president; W. will be Charles Dickson, Coming from one of the pioneer J. M. Alderman, representingthe
W. White, third vice president; O. contractor agreed to .negotiate R. D. Sappington and Maurice Sul- families on Lake Okeechobee the committee appointed by the
; H. Sheppard tail twister; J. W. with the? city certain.proposed livan. Mayoralty candidate has a ,large Pahokee City Council to study
:' Repper Lion tamer; Alton Jones, minor changes in the original Mayor F. S. (Dick) Parrish is : number of friends who are work- Federal Housing Act. No. 221 to
f secretary;. James 'Gibson tnrT.r- plans. Separate bids are: being asked also asking for another term of of ing, for his election. He is opposedin see if its provisions would apply to
er; Grady Echols and Gaulden Hai- for the electrical wiring of the fice. He is being opposed by Dun the election by the present mayor local conditions, reported at the
: rington directors MacK Barfieldis new construction, which was not can Padgett and Carmen Salvatore Dick Parrish and anohter pioneer regular meeting of, the council
a hold-over:' director._ included in Blanton'. and Unwin. bid. both pioneer residents of Pa resident of thec ity-Carmen that the act would apply if the city
: The election of officers will be mm hokee.In Salvatore. adopts a workable program The.

-'", held May 2, when ,nominations Mrs. Frank Friend the race for councilmen C. R. act provides low-rate interest loans
from the floor will be in order. Installation Wetherington, 'group H; Incum- for certain types of construction to
will be May St bent, is running without opposi- Funeral Services replace building torn down and replaced
: President James,Gibson appointed Heads Garden ClubMrs. tion.. For councilman, group I, in slum clearance programsand
( W. W. White, chairman, P.' A, Charles Brown, incumbent,,is being the like. Councilman Hugo Boe
i Slonaker, Bill Gallick and Mack opposed by Joe Thompson. Billy Mrs.BinniaMeCoy was named to work with City At-
Barfield on the streetlights committee ,Frank Friend was ,elected Ray Mosley, councilman group torney Ralph Johnson in settingup

i f In charge of collecting funds new president of the Pahokee In, is not ,running for re-election. Funeral services for Mrs. Binnia a workable program that would
i from local residents to meet the Garden Club at the April meetingheld Opposing each other for his job are 85 be applicable to the provisions in
McCoy, of West Palm Beach
cost'of street for the Owen Todd and'B. Elliott Jr. ,
; lights coming at the home, of Mrs. Jess M. the act.'
t. year.,Since Canal, Point.'is not incorporated Elliott, with Mrs Norman A. Ken City Clerk Patsy Batchelor is were held at the First Baptist A motion ,was made offering a
Church in Canal Point
4 as a town, the Lions nedy retiring president, presiding. running for another term of office Tuesdayat $25 reward to persons giving information
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t', Club'a ts as agent for .the! community Other officers elected were Mrs. unopposed. I p. m., Rubin Bar- leading to the arrest and
in entering contract with Edward A. :Jensen, vice president; Also in this election there will I field pastor officiating. conviction of anyone found guilty i
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t to.furnish street lightingt facilities ing secretary; 'Mrs. W. A. Keen, proposed c'\y manager. form of Canal 'Point," died at a 'nursing such;as breaking street, light bulbs '
basis..Residents iiokcfef home in ,Lake Worth.Sunday'afterftoon '.......
voters
on a yearly, .c< respondingi secretary ,and Mrs. government. P on and the'liKe. ; '
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f. are strongly urged to, fully'cooperate Curtis Chase, treasurer.: The new two previous .occasions have voted after Pointri"a long lllneW." "1920from.She:.tame 4, bidrsubmltted Iby M. _P" Hoi- ';
t' with the club in this public slate of officers will be installed_at against this Issue, to Canal man\io sell the'city a fogging ma- i
In where candidate does Swainsboro, Ga., and lived liere"forseveral ,
service.pro the joint annual installation.lunch- cases' ? chine for the control of mosquitoesat
It was announced the final clear eon' of the Pahokee and Canal not receive 50 per cent ,of, the years before moving to a cost of $1,995 was accepted by
ing of the triangular plot between Point Clubs to be held in.the Com votes cast plus one vote or more, West Palm Beach where she made : the Council., It ',also accepted the
the old and new highways east of munity "Building at, 'Canal Point there will be a runoff election for her home with her: daughter. Mrs. bid of Service Iron, Inc., for the
the Barad building for use as a next month, with :Mrs. Henry L. the two candidates receiving the Sybil Valery and family. purchase of a chain link fence to
i roadside park is expected to be Pennock of Jupiter District 10 director largest number of votes. Survivors include two sons enclose the grounds at the water
.\: completed this coming week., The to serve as instaling officer. .... --'---- Frank McCoy, West Palm Beach works plant on North Lake Avenueat
ground will then be ready for landscaping and Charlie McCoy, Lake Worth; *
Featured at the meeting was a a cost of 2007.
; the planting of ornamental "do-it-yourself' flower show, each Girl Camporee Is three daughters Mrs. Maude Bar- The group. voted to conduct a

"..' al shrubs and general beautification member displaying an original ar: % field Canal Point, Mrs., Madeline special adjourned meeting in the
under the supervision of the rangement of flowers appropriatefor Held In Pahokee McDaniel Lake Worth and Mrs. city hall :Monday night, May 2, at .
,. Garden Club. This is a joint pro- home decoration. The arrange-: Sybil Valery, West Palm Beach. 10 1 p. m.
jectject of the two clubs. ments were judged by Mrs Elliott. ______ grandchildren and nine great mm m mm
:' Preliminary plans were made for A report on the recent conventionof The first Glades-wide Girl Scout grandchildren.Burial .
., a ladies night program, May 30.mm the State Federation of Garden Camporee within the Palm-Glades was at the Port Mayaca' Mrs. Lavendeli.New
m mm Clubs at ''the Beach Biltmore Council was held in Pahokee over Cemetery.
: the weekend with than' 140 .. ...
Mrs. EdwardA. more
f Levee Work Makes Hotel was given by '' BPWC PresidentMrs.
i Jensen, an official delegate. Scouts, Scout leaders and officials
Improved AreaImprovements Mrs. Kennedy thanked members attending.The McClure, Dufresne

Who assisted with the table deco Camporee got under way at Rotary Speakers Mildred Lavender was elect-
a. are being made on 1 rations at the, convention banquet. 1 p. m., Friday, when 81 Girl ed president of. the Pahokee 'Business
the levee approaches to Pahokee I Hostesses in charge of the sand ,Scouts and 9 leaders chose an attractive O. jMcClure.- president of the and Professional Woman's I
Harbor on Lake Okecehobee. On wich luncheon were Mrs. C. L. campsIte' the, foot 0:, Pahokee-Canal Point Migrant Relief Club at a business meeting held
Shirley,.,Sn, Mrs. C. M. Todd Mrs.R. the Lake Okeechobee levee near Committee, and Luke Du at'the"home of Mrs. 'Gertrude Wil- I
'the lake side of the levee, between'
: the water and'pitched their
J. Schroder, Mrs. J. V Chastain edge' fresne, administrator of the Ever son. .
rthe gates_ !.at either end of the'harbor Elliott tents. Other elected for :i!
and. Mrs glades Memorial Hospital were new officers
hard surface ,is being laU ... The Indian campfire ceremony
a speakers at last week's Thursday the coming year were :Mrs. Fern
down under the, supervision of the :Eight Attorneys was staged the,Pahokee Senior luncheon meeting of the Pahokee ,Frank, first vice president; Miss
t';:'- "'U. .S. Army Corps- of Engineers: Troop however, the campfire aad. ,Rotary'Club telling of the nursing Ellen 'Morgan, second vice president -
For Criminal Judge: scarcely got started when rain "Mrs. Grace Graham recording : > '
.services available locally to migrant ; ,
f- who have charge ,of the,levee main i "
fall entire .
started to "
and.the
i.:!;;.. tenance. *.. group workers who become ill. Dr. secretary; Miss ',Billie Hand
.; :. "* scrambled went to the social liall, of the First I
-- ;Eight attorneys Monday E. C. Johnson also spoke brieflyon i corresponding secretary and Miss
The paved'area, about U mile in Methodist Church where eight !
Patricia Batchelor treasurer. Mrs.
into the last-minute race forth the same subject. Plans were ,
length; will have five approaches Girl Scouts of West Palm Beach
Alma W. Farrow Miss Jane Plum- 1
"" for made to send delegates to 'the Rotary ,
to the lake edge two of which Democratic nomination and two of their leaders told of District Assembly at the Sea- er and'J.lrs.. Grace Graham were I
will connect with the parking area Palm Beach County's, Criminal their experiences at the Girl Scout breeze Hotel.Palm Beach- April on the nominating committee. I
located between the dock and theM Court Roundup in Colorado last summer. '
J Judge- 29-May 1.Edythe. Guest speaker was Dr. Sasser
concessions building. Another approach Bidding, for the $15,000-a-year They had on display articles of .. Watson who illustrated his talk on 'I'
leads to the new boat Scout handicraft which they had
customs with.color slides of !
H. Butler EdwardW. Asian
which is being job are George Smith Is
launching ramp brought back from the Roundup. photos he took while in the Orient. I
built by the State Road Depart ., Starr, Jospeh Thomberg, Clyde After group singing and the I
,ment under the supervision of W. T. Windham, John H.;Evans, Ken presentation of skits the Scouts Nominated By Ike II I
A. Keen. neth J. Horton, Russell H.. Mcln- returned to the camp site for the Big Cypress Swamp I
i tosh and Pashal C. Reese. Edythe C. Smith of Canal Point
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Adjoining. the parking area is a night. The smooth manner in Scene Camping Trip !I
occured has been nominated
small recreational park with The vacancy Thursdayof which the schedule was carriedout postmist-- I
last week when incumbent the weather ress in Canal Point In a list of nom- A -to the interiorof
benches that is being developed by despite rainy camping trip i
the Pahokee Garden Club which Judge Edward G. Newell, unopposed gave evidence to Tight training, inations sent to the Senate by Big Cypress Swamp was ,''cy- i
has planted palm trees and deco, for re-election died R. A.,Gray, correct personal and troop equip President Eisenhower. Mrs. Smith ed ,by 25 members of the Pahskee I
>,, rative shrubs in the area. Farther. secretary of state, reopened qual-. ment and excellent Scout spirit. has been serving as acting post- Wildlife Club, accompanied by W. I
;: to the north in the harbor area is ificaitons for the job set Monday At the campsite of each troop was master since the resignation of O. E. (Pop) Reynolds, senior codnse..J I
another small public park, known I noon as the deadline. posted menus which the cooks used Upthegrove several months ago. lor, and J. 'V. Thomas. The trip i
r. as the Boy Scout Beach and picnic: The eight were immediately off for the efficient preparation of was mad by bus to the edge u{ !
-, grounds. This park, originally developed and running with only a week remaining meals, with the help of fire build Mrs. Ruth V. Meredith spent the Big Cypress, where the camping I
-'l by Pahokee Boy Scout: to campaign< before the ers, hostesses and cleanup com. weekend in Lake 'Worth with her gear was transferred four-wheel ,
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Troop 628 is located near the primary on May 3. Republicanswere mittees. sister, Mrs. Evelyn Smith, and drive jeep and swamp buggy for
shoreline in a pine grove and has I not allowed to file as they had Saturday' morning was devoted brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and the remainder of ,the journey to .,
long been a popular picnic spot. bypassed the March 15 deadline. (continued on page 5) Mrs., Carl Clawson. the camp sight.r .

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The Rardin ifdini'lh Canal Point, FloridaTHE I I z ,) SUBJECT. fb bEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY .3

{. 3 Your Vote and Support Appreciated
EA&E'bK EC I BEE REGION HOME OF I "South: PalnfBeach County\ beserves
:. a Representative to Join with the
!TtfE: 'EV1jUilAiJ&S NCTShe ; *.e 1r4 Clades and Senator from West- Palm Beach for a balanced delegaton.Ekpieied. .

Terns City Council. Mayer City'of'BoYnt 'Seabh. '
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Week tor More Than 30 Years

Established March 11, 1924 '-. Wblisli'ed'Every< Friday .....

Subscription n .Price.$2.00 Year In Advance .__ .. '

1'lie 9 Ev' rg'ra.d es'News Ys4Entered at thePos_ -tfflee Qualified Young Ex ) Hfetfcfeii _
In Canal_ otat, Florid; as Second Class tatter '
For Your Assurance Of Efficient Coui's
Paul Rardin Owner,. Editor, Publisher I
teous and Convienent Registration In
Mrs. David" 3U1iI1 k fHonoreid'At I Mather's Hay Plans ,
; The Glades Area . .
Party Made By The Elks I ,
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Mrs. E. H. Walston 'an:! 'MrS. Paholcee BPOE Lodge 1638 has : .. l.ct. ..'''..,'....-. 1.'.' ..
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Jess M. Elliott entertained at Mrs. completed plans for its annual 'observance : .. V''
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\Valston's'bome with a Coke party of Mothers' Day to be heldin [teRON / .. .. .
honoring Mrs. David Johnson of lodge hall Sunday, May 8, at '5 ;
Sparta; Tenn, and Mrs. Ann Martin p.m. The Rev. Charles D. Stewart
of High' Springs, Tehn., mother pastor of the Canal Point Missionary
and aunt of Mrs.William S. Gist I Baptist Church,will deliver the
who have been Visiting in Pahokee.I Mothers' 'Day address. Robert O. evermJ [P IP mrn
Guests were Mrs. L. W. .:Arm.. Lampi, chairman of the open ritual Pull
strong, Mrs. Frank'Friend,Mrs. E. committee, is in charge of arrange- ,
C. Johnson, :Mrs. W. C. Young, ments. The public is invited. "
Mrs. L. 1... Shirley, 'Mrs. '''Pope 42-B 'SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONPaid I II
Sears, Mrs" Paul Rardin, Mrs. ;31.,
P. Stanley, 'Mrs. J. V. Thomas i Annual Skip Day; -'. _( Pol. Acfr. Auttu by Campaign Tteas.)
Mrs J. G. Thomas, Mrs. John E.'' I
Wilson, Mrs. Luke Dufresne, 'Mrs. Observed By Seniors

W. W. White, Mrs. C. A Major, II. '- '"
Mrs J. S. Chastain, Mrs. William Members .of the Pahokee High I. fJt--- I
Plumer, Mrs. Frances' Dunson, School Senior Class' observed annual I
Mrs. Fred' Hiekersoiv Mrs. K. M. class "skip day" at a beach ,, tor. ..f.'I'I LI;( I.fJL.1 TIlll
t. Wharton, Mrs. W. G.Hutt'and- Mrs. party- Lake. Worth, followed bya
W. S. Gist theatre party and bowling at the ,
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., -. Carefree ,recreational center in -
I },{ -. and 'Mrs. Robert Weeks.of West Palm Beach_ Accompanyingthe Ralph Blank's legislative record proves him to be a man of :
Miami were week-end of Seniors as chaperones were :action. Worked against sudden 100 percent REAL ,.
guests. RA lPH B lANK J JR R
\ Mr. and firs. J. G. Weeks. Mrs.. Lewis Cowart, .Mrs. James I ESTATE ASSESSMENTSIN COUNTY, ... Took the lead
.. H. Wilson/'Mrs.'R>. Smith, Mrs. in.locating STATE,UNIVERSITY AT BOCA RATON'nd ,

: Robert O.,TJampi, director of the Ernes .lMaxw I ,:.MrJ.; E. C. Watson securing title to ndLead_ effort ,
Pahokee High School"..Band, attended ,. Mrs..J. McCormick and Mrs., A in 1959 for repeal of present INTANGIBLE .SenatorPaid a
t Phara Morris., '' TAX LAWS and wiU.coltinuc.or
the meeting of the 'Florida SOLID ;
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. week. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS ICS in order 'that 'all sections could''

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Waterways. .won legislative approval holding
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sponsored and won passage of several bills for the. state
: GARDEN CLUBS for state beautification. worked :'
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is: diligently for REAPPORTIONMENT and will continue to .;:
seek more representation for large counties. won back I
EyS,' OLD AGE ASSISTANCE payments lost 'through high r

property assessments. These and many more benefits u .
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HAS REPRESENTED PALM: 'BEACH COUNTY
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'U.'sl Navy Veteran, ;World War n My opponent can not deny his responibility for the 100% asses-

F' )f'-.. ..'- I ment, as the present commissioners sat as Board of Equalizationand
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Local Control of Schools ., ...... f'; t rl this "adequate" income a commissioner is automatically eligible
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'Separate But;;Equal'FacfUes for our Races as'p'ro- $; for'pension years
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i "Friday, April 29, 1960 -: The Everglades News,Canal Point.Florida.:::j I.. Page Five_:

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to skill tests and instruction on
> fire buildingknot tying, lashing, JOHN F. KIRKi2,
compass readings, first aid techniques -
S."Dick" PARRISH
r, : and the like,with Mrs.Mina Sheriff r
Holden, district director, Miss -
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}: ,L MAY O. R' Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Lewis:Miss Per* Honest .

, Mary Margaret Cook and Mrs
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f. i Ralph O. Johnson serving as In- C' *
structors. Miss Towater and Mrs. Courteous. ,
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For A Capable, Courteous, Progressive Holden also inspected the camp- Effective

sites of the seven troops and com- Ag&re siveliIartial
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mended all for outstanding camp
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Your Vote and Support Appreciated swimming hour was enjoyedin QualifiedLaw
the afternoon under the super-
as Ahyays vision of,Mrs. Rita Sims of Paho 9 Experienced
I kee and Mrs. Herb Chapman rf S Enforcement. .. 1 r."" ..., ..; ,
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' Following this, the troops judged ACTION/
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-'T DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 3rd, 1960 Saturday 'evening'40 Brownies 1 not, Promises f
from Belle Glade and Pahokee '. r f
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evening campfire
program. Each artf'Paid for by Cimimfca'l'rM.IuJv.

j; Pull Lever 41-B troop was judged by Girl Scout officials ", .-,." """' -e: -.. .-,'
on the presentation of its - .. .----1
EL"FCT'JAMES skits. Group singing was enjoyedby -7" r.7 II "" .r -T.-
all and the Belle Glade Senior C. Johnson, for setting up a first Mr.,and Mrs.- I* D. Duke have asguests
Troop closed the campfire program aid station and making bannersfor her. parents, Mr. and Mrs.
with an impressive ceremony, us-: the winners; Mayor F. S. Par- W. H. Odom of East Stroudsberg, .
. R.SMITH'Proven ,ing chemicals on the fire for color rish for.securing permission to use Penn.; her uncle, R, C. Odom of .
; effects. the campsite and the Pahokee police St. Pauls, S. C., and, her, aunt, Mrs.
Sunday morning all troops had for their full cooperation. Bill Eton of Lake Helen.
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-Ability Experience Integrity breakfast and their equipment
packed by 9. o'clock. They then .Mrs.Oscar Chastain was able to Wayne Unwin has returned to his
Veteran World War IISupervsor conducted" an outdoor worship service return;; home this week from Good studies at FSU, Tallahassee, after
which was planned by Mrs. J. Samaritan Hospital where she was a visit with his parents, M:. and .,
: L. Tyson, Jr.Following '. surgical patient. Mrs. Horace Unwin, In Pahokee.

; of Registration :I the service, announce-,
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(mept was made of the camporea r -- s
winners.. Pahokee's Seventh Grade I .
I Troop was awarded first place;'
Worthy Of Your, SupportPaid 'Belle Glade's Seventh Grade Troop,I o !

( Pol. Adv.) second; and Pahokee's Eight I .
I I H..}..;..;..;.,\,.;.-I*: I : :.H-H I I : I 1 I.H : I H H H>: H : t H.f : : : : : ,, Grade Troop third..All troops were I
/rated excellent "true Girl COUNTY I
on Scout
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Pahokee and Belle Glade Girl
I Scout officials'serving'on the committee -

-. THEATRES in charge of arrangementsfor

I the camporee were Mrs. J. T.
Boynton, chairman, Mrs. Fred
PRINCEPahokee LAKE .DRIVE-IN White, Mrs. E. C. Johnson and
FOSTER
Mrs. Emil Wolf. Other leaders at-
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
I tending were Mrs. E. J. Graham,
: :1 Mrs. Bob Fisher, Mrs. J. H. Wilk-
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Glenn Brower Mrs.
FOSTER HAS.SUPPORTED:: : :. t },
i !SUTSTDAY; -MONDAY TUESDAY AUIe Okie, Mrs.Jack Phillips, Mrs.J. \
;: SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY. MAY 1.2.s L. Tyson, Jr., Mrs.: Dick Hodges County Zoning '.
MAY 1-2-3 and the Brownie leaders from Rigid Plat Law .
The Horse Soldiers' Belle Glade. Road Improvements /.. ,
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These Scout leaders wish to '>
"The FBI Story5JAMES Aid For' Indigent :
. JOHN WAYNE ANDWILLIAM thank several local persons whose
Tax .
Economy :
HOLDEN assistance helped to make the -

I .. STEWART,. AND -AI..80- campo e such an outstanding New Industry ... :a. : .
; '". fCmoHsCaooL success. This group includes Jack County Building.Code .-" .. ,
Phillips, for dusting by plane to '
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( iOr.) CONF'IDENTIAL"REELEJr keep away mosquitoes; W. S. More".. County Parks .... ,

",J) -...J...;,, !.! J..r ., J} 1111 : II. ,I : 11.1 : ;....J : I J 11.111.(1 Plumer, for furnishing the insecti- Tourism S t
cide dust; Ernest Maxwell and Agriculture .
y Duncan Padgett, for furnishing Flood Control .
fire wood; J. H. Wilkinson Jr, .
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for furnishing a water wagon for KEN FOSTER '
drinking water; Dr. Bob Allen and -
Mrs., William Plumer, for placing IS THE MAN FOR THE 43AFTJJRE

\ HENRY. signs at the.,campsites; the Hunter I
3 0"n. Ice Company,for free:ice; Mrs. E".I II (Paid Politieal'Ado.). .
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i My record as a School Board Member for 8 years, during -

I which I have advocated: TUESDAY,MAY 3rd-on, the "Paper Ballot" W '

1. 3-R'S BASIC EDUCATION : Palm Beach County Resident 36 Years

2. Sound Business Practices in School Affairs Graduate: Lake Worth High School

\ 3. NO 'FRILLS in SCHOOL. BUILDINGS .v Graduate University of Florida.with B. A. E., M. A. and. LLB\, Degrees

4. Continued Improvement in Guidance, Science, Practicing Attorney 11 Years-Specializing in Criminal Law. 'y .

Mathematics and Languages. Captain U.S. Army In World War II -
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5. LOCAL'Control of Schools N 'MemberFirst Baptist Church, Masons. ,,.Shrine and" Elks.., -
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6.ADEQUATE Pay for'Teachers and;;.Other Married2Children -1 I

Employees HE WILL GIVE YOU . '- ___ .J .I I

"Impartial Fair Decisions, Tempered With.Justice" (Paid Pollndv,) ] !
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to skill tests _and instruction on '
JOHNF.KIRK
t ; A fire building, knot tying lashing, :
: compass readings, first aid techniques -
F. S."Dick" PARRISH
I: I Holden.: and district: the like,director with Mrs., Mina Mina Sheriff I \t' -

L Jane Towater; executive director
r MAYOR :Mr.'and Mrs. Reginald Lewis:Miss FF Honest .
: Mary; Margaret Cook and Mrs. ProvenEffective
; O. Johnson In-
Ralph serving as '

t s.. For A Capable, Courteous, Progressive Holden structors.also Miss inspected'Towater the and camp-Mrs. :?c- Courteous--.i '"r

: : City GovernmentYour sites of the seven troops and com- Capable -L Aggressive '
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" mended all for outstanding camp-
.,' ing techniques.A Impartial
Vote and Support Appreciated swimming hour was enjoyedin Qualified... !l ,.
the afternoon under the super- Law
vision of Mrs. Rita Sims of Paho Experienced
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,' Following this, the troops judged F< ACTION
.- each others'campsites. jr ,

T rDEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 3rd, 1960 from Saturday Belle evening Glade and 40 Brownies Pahokee ,, not. Promises- ,.

.- joined the Camporee, eating their '> KEEP pB ShERIFF5 i I
I IIH U II II II II i I I t tl Yom Will Be
YPf! ap4. tippori Appreciated
evening campfire program. Each Aathe.iu :aft4'PaI4.or by Campaign Tieisunt .
Lever 41-B troop was judged by Girl Scout of- ,. .
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by all and the Belle Glade Senior C. Johnson for setting up a first Mr..and Mrs.' I* D. Duke' have asguests
Troop closed'the campfire program aid station and making: bannersfor her parents, Mr.! and Mrs.
; with an impressive ceremony, us: the winners; Mayor F S. Par- W..'H. Odom of'East Stroudsberg, .
JAMES R. SMITHProven ing chemicals on the fire for color rish for.securing permission to use ,Penn.; her uncle, R. C. Odom of .
effects. the campsite and the Pahokee po- St. Pauls, S. C., and her aunt: Mrs.
Sunday morning all troops, had lice for their full cooperation. Bill Eton of Lake Helen.
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f | breakfast and their w. .-.
-AbilityExperience: Integrity equipment
packed by 9. o'clock. They thenconductdd _Mrs.Oscar Chastain was able to Wayne Unwin has returned to his
Veteran World War II an outdoor worship service return: home this week from Good studies at FSU, Tallahassee aftera -

which was'planned-. by Mrs.. J. Samaritan Hospital where she was visit with his parents, M:. and ...
L. Tyson, Jr.Following ; surgical patient. Mrs. Horace Unwin, in Pahokee.

Supervisor of RegistrationWorthy I the service, announce-,

(merit was made of the camporee } 1i"
winners. Pahokee's Seventh Grade

Of Your SupportPaid I'Belle Troop Glade's was awarded Seventh Grade first Troop place;,' !lt drQ I

( Pol. Adv.) second; and Pahokee's Eigjit( ,
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"rated excellent on "true Girl Scout COUNTY -.
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and Belle Glade Girl
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I Scout officials serving'on the committee -

H THEATRESPRINCE in charge of arrangementsfor .
I the camporee were Mrs. J. T.
Boynton, chairman, Mrs. Fred '
LAKE .DRIVE-IN White, Mrs. E C. Johnson and
\ Mrs. Emil Wolf. Other leaders,at-
PahokeeSTJNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
.. tending were Mrs. E. J. Graham, FOSTER'F
...;;. .- _.. ." Mrs, Bob Fisher, Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson .
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t '4 ** -2 DIG- FEATURES- Jr., Mrs.Glenn'Brower,'Mrs., ;: : f' ; ;
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: l\IAY l-Z-S L. Tyson, Jr., Mrs.: ,Dick Hodges County Zoning ", '.
MAY 1-2-3 and, the Brownie leaders from Rigid Plat Law _
The Horse Soldiers' Belle Glade. Road Improvements > :' '

'The FBI Story"JAMES These Scout leaders wish to Aid For' Indigent's
., JOHN WAYNE AND thank several local personS whose ;
Tax Economy ___.
HOLDEN assistance helped to make the
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4.., e y IGHSCHOOL success. This group includes Jack County Building Code 1. .
Phillips, for dusting by plane to
( a Or:) CONFIDENTIAL"REEOX7C keep away mosquitoes; W. S. More,0.. County Parks -

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dust; Ernest Maxwell and
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Agriculture .
I I111 -- .... Duncan Padgett for furnishingfire .
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furnishing a wagon for
KEN FOSTER
,. drinking water; Dr.Bob Alien and
:Mrs. William* PJumer tor placing IS THE MAN FOR THE 43-A

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-- I Ice Company, for free ice; Mrs. ELI (Paid Political Adv.).
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:; which.I have advocated: < TUESDAY,MAY 3rd-on, the 'Taper Ballot"Palm

1. 3-R'S'BASIC EDUCATION '
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County Resident 36 Years
2. Sound Business Practices in School Affairs Graduate Lake Worth High School I
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t 4. Continued Improvement in Guidance, Science, Practicing Attorney 11 Years-Specializing in Criminal Law ..
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j | 5. LOCAL Control of Schools v Member- First Baptist Church, lShrine. and, Elks_ .. .
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Employees HEWILLGIVEYOU"impartial .. : _

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Mrs.. O. H. Chastain returned to Christening ceremonies were held 1 Mrs. David Johnson of Sparta,
her home Tuesday from two'wdeks at the Pahokee ,First Methodist TeniL, accompanied by'her sister
I i[ PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I spent at Good Samaritan Hospitalin Church Sunday for Lonna Lynn, in-I Mrs.Ann Martin of Martin Springs,
West Palm Beach where she fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. El-! Tenn., has returned home after a-
underwent surgery. mer B.Elliott,and Rhonda Camille,1 visit here with her son-in-law and
,.. infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Gist
Mrs lletha B. returned to
Kepp
T. A. Duckworth is visiting relatives companied by their daughter, Mrs. Billy Turbeville.
her home today (Friday) In Wau- Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnson and
in Columbus, Miss., this R. T. Martin, who returned to her
chula after being house guest of Percy and Cecil Hall returned Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Batchelor visit-
week. home there after a week's visit in
Pahokee. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kepp. She was this week from LaBelle where they ed the Johnsons' son, Neely, in At-
W. L. Duncan, Canal Point vege- accompanied to Wauchula by Mrs. were called Saturday by the illness I lanta, Ga, where he is majoring in
tbale broker, has gone to McIn- Mrs. J. L. McCall has returned Don Kepp and Mrs. Paul Rardin of their father, Washington Hall, electrical engineering at Georgia
tosh, Fla., where he will be work- to her home after being called to who will return tonight. 94,whose condition is reported to be Institute of Technology, while en-
Ing in the vegetable deal in that I!the bedside of her sister who is a improved. route home from New York City
Miss Julia Mathis is able to be
area,through' June. Mrs. Duncan 1'patient in Candler hospital in Savannah where they attended an insurance
out again after several days in the White spent;the weekendin '
Bobby
left Canal Point Wednesday TO Georgia. convention.
join him at McIntosh,. Everglades Memorial Hospital. Tallahassee on business. H Miss Nancy Thomas of Sharran accompanied as far as Sebring by I Mrs. Bruce Elam of Glenwood,
Gaulden Harrington was the
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williamsonand Williams College in Miami and his mother,'Mrs. W. J. White, who Georgia is guest of her sisters Mrs.
children, Virginia, Glen and Miss Sherry Adell of Jacksonvillewere I guest of Dr. and Mrs., H. T. Law- visited her son and daughter-in-law, Eva Lowery, Mrs. J. Royeton,
Mark, of Chi case, Ill., arrived In weekend guests of "Mr. and son, and, family in West Palm Mr and Mrs. H. Corbitt :.here Mrs. H. L. Sears, Mrs. Blair, also
Canal Point Tuesday fora visit Mrs. $ V. T11oma.ln.Pahokee. I Beach,Sunday. through the weekend. her brothers Jack and Pratt Pope.
with his parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. P. ,
B., Williamson, and grandmother,I I I- -
Mrs. Lizzie Kirkey.
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Mrs. Robert C. Hatton left the
first of the week for Chicago, Ill., >
,where she will visit her mother, "Justice Is Law Tempered With Mercy" i
Mrs. Grace Black, and her brother, j,
Robert Black, and family and other i
relatives while attending a reunion -
-Elect CLYDE TB
of the Black family. .

Jack Phillips ,reutrned the first
of the week from a visit at Fairfax -
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Mrs.Jack Verhulst,accompanied WINDHAMI
by her nephew, 'Robert Phillips,
has returned from Wauchula where
she visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Phillips. Her mother is
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a patient in the Palmetto Hos-

pital there..' I of CRIMINAL COURT :
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Mock
spent Sunday in ,Pahokee visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

Byrd Mrs.,J.and C.Mock.his parents They were, Mr.accom-; and Democratic Primary May 3rd (Separate Paper Ballot)

panied home by their children,'
Terry and Bonnie, 'who had been 1

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byrd -MY PLEDGE /
over the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Axel Jensen, former "I reverently pledge to administer justice honstly, impartially't and: judiciously and
Pahokee residents'now livingin
West Palm Beach spent the will use every power within my command to insure and protect the rights, liberty and .'
weekend in Pahokee visiting their I
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and dignity of my fellow man. _"
Mrs. Ralph Crews, and Mrs. Jen -. ;

sen's brother and sister-in-law. Mr. .
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and Mrs.: J. P. Herring. -, QUALIFICATIONS .-.,_.-7'eDUCAITIONi; ....'. :' O"h' :" 4
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visited her daughters\ Mrs. Charles *: Over 7 years succesful practice of 1 law.:: Palm Beach County Public Schools! # : ... I
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the weekend. *,Extensive practice as defense counsel' in Criminal Court. .. .*' Palm Beach Junior College. ':, ,: '' ,,:,

Special Master in Circuit Court for 1 +-
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. Wayne Sears has returned to his year. *
" Attended University of Florida..
.: studies at the University of Flor- Two years as Director on Palm Beach County Legal. Aid ,
;, ida,after spending the spring-holidays -Society., : Graduate University of Miami Law School..
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f-'. with his'parents., Mr. and v ,
:4.... I :Mrs. Pope Sears, at Canal Point. .., Consulted by fellow lawyers on questions of criminal law. Listed in WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS
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'- Mr. and Mrs. E .R.Lairsey and Awarded Dean's Certificate of Merit for exemplary service IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND

sons, spent the ,weekend in Punta as Chief.Justice of :University of Miami Honor Court. COLLEGES.I "
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Newspapermen
f' than most of us, know ail resides with his wife and son at Lake Clark Shores..His family came to Palm Beach County in 1901 and moved. ,I\

: : the political candidates to Canal Point in 1917, where his father, 'Veir'Windham, became the first foreman of the sugar mill and' 'first ';:'

j"' their public records, President of the Bank of Pahokee. They moved back to West Palm,Beach in 1925 and have lived there since then.

experience and programs. Mr. Windham attends the First Methodist Church in West Palm Beach, is Mason,an officer in West Palm Beach .
They are quick to
I; recognize; such qualitiesas Elks Lodge No. 1852, a past Jaycee and a member of the American Legion, American Bar Association, The Flor-

f capability,dedication, ida Bar, Palm Beach County Bar Association, Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity, Phi Theta K PPal scholastic fra-

,. ., integrity and courage.It ; y ternity,.Omicron Delta Kappa leaderhip! fraternity and Quill!:&,,Scroll! journalism fraternJtj&He is a six year'veteran -'"*; I \
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is-tignificant that the of World War H, having served in the'Sbuth''Pacifi& where'he'was awarded the:"NfegfUnit Commendailbndecoration ?: ..1 ,
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,!' I that leads for oil others inc for service at Tarawa He:is President of. the Young Democratic Club;'of !ie.TjSjxth Congressional i '.:;.|

t.1. I endorsements'oy ,". District Florida,'dVice President the Palm Beach County Young Democratic 'Club8andr.nas served 'on.. lie '-';;;'

t (,! Florida's newspapers.is PalmBeach CoJintyiDemocratic Executive Committee tyhere he.helped draw the presently; LaW He is a charter :-

I ; a Doyle E. Carlton,Jr. member and first Past President of the Palm Beach Junior College Alumni Association,.has served in the West,. '

t Palm Beach Community Chest fund. drives and is a charter member of the West Palm Beach Chamber of 'Commerce .. '

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t:i1 : Chosen Church In Men's Bible Class Canal Pt. Missionary Mrs. Ray Hatton and infant Mr.and Mrs.L.C.Slater have returned
I I to Fort Walton Beach after
Officers Baptist ChurchRev. daughter, have returned to
Shelley
Easter Program Names. a visit here with her brother-in-law'
, : their home in Pahokee from Good ,and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cooper
f. MR. Paul Rardln. At the Monthly Business Meeting Charles D, Stewart, Pastor- Samaritan Hospital, West Palm and family.
,f. Canal Point:Fla. -fo the Men's Bible,Class of the SUNDAY: Beach. Mrs. Ruth Yarborough has Mrs. Stanley Hooks and child
5'. Easter Sunday, April 17th was' Canal Point Baptist Church Tues- 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School returned to her home in Umatailla ren of Guaro: Oriente Province,
observed as, a day, of Thanksgiving 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .
day night, the following were elected 6SO: m. Union.: after a visit here with her nephew Cuba, are visiting her parents, Mr.
Training
to God'at the FirstMssionary ; Officers for the next six p. and niece,the Ray Hattons. % and Mr!. R. F, Hurt in'Pahokeeand
-as 730
1 p. m.Evening Worship
: Baptist Church of Chosen.lt has months Circle five of the Women of the her husband's parents, Mr.
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WEDNESDAY
been one year since moving into : Everglades Presbyterian Church and .Mrs. Delmar L. Hooks, in Ca-
President-D. P., Hughes. 7:30 .
m.-PraverMeeting.
p. '
our new sanctuary.The Vice-President:T. W. Reeves. ... .. will.meet:at,the home of Mrs.;.A. nal Point.
services'Tvere very inspirational E. C. King in Pahokee Tuesday. Mrs. Mrs. O. R. leech, past presidentof
Secretary-Treasurer
\, and well attended. Cowart., CLASSIFIED ADS Elwood Laflin, chairman will, pre- the..., Pahokee. 'Garden Club, ,'was,.
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. Our blessings were far to numerous ,PAY BIG DIVIDENDS side. 1 a visitor.
" to count, but it was with
hearts filled to overflowing with POT LUCK SUPPER .
joy that we observed this special 1 Pahokee Elks will'meet with the
"Lopes" (Ladies of Pahokee Elks)
I. day.We know that God through His at the Elks Home Saturday night
people has made it possible for us for a pot luck supper. 1-
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r to have a place of worship.that we
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didn't have a year ago. HOSTESS, TO SORORITY
k;, We are indeed so very grateful :Mrs. Charles ,Wilkinson was \'MMEn
and indepted to you for all that you hostess to members of the XJ| Beta $
i have done for us. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority -
t. It is on behalf of First Mission- at a buffet bridge social at R08111's.
|. ary Baptist Church of Chosen that her home on East Main St. Prizes
we with humble hearts and a were awarded to Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson -
prayer of thanks to God and to HiS Mrs. Harold Wilkinson and. Your Group 2
; Mrs. John Hatton. .
: people like yourself that we say :-
i,. Thanks so very much.
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i t Dorothy Stacy, REPRESENTATIVEINTEGRITY
Corresponding Sec. Florida-needs
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his 20
b years
t' of low SERVICE ,and CONTINUANCE ,
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?. Foreign Workers and Public ;OC CAUSE OF GOOD GOVERNMENT .

Talk In Canal Point ServiceExperience. : THROUGH EXPE ''ENCE. ,

. ... Please Pull u
Down
fi The Canal Point Baptist Church : Uver28AJLAAAAAA4t
t is participating! in the Association- 2 i._ "Serving AlL QJIM y' 3rd..
; al-wide School of Missions :May the P pe.ALW( Y'Pd. + ,;' .
16. There will, be a Missionary MASON
speaking at the Morning Hour of Pal. Adv.
1..Gnd PUBLIC UTILITIES
Worship.and another at the Even
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I COMMISSION"" _fd.FoL Ad
ing Hour of Worship Sunday,May
1, and then each evening Monday I
t through Friday, .a'.d1 .erent. & --j4. 4,,. c' '
I sionary will! speak. 11 EF :.i AT A7 :.. \ \, \\AA\\I I" rnl" _I :"t4J ci D
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:' Sunday Morning,' .Rev. F. O. << -
Polston, from Portales, New Mex- ,
ico, will speak. SundayEvening ,
Dr. C. M. Coalson from Jacksonville -

.. Fla. will speak. 4
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Monday night, Miss Doris Knight -
Africa, will
from Nigeria
speak. Tuesday night! Mrs. Willie i I R A Message To Friends and -
Johnson, from Selawik, Alaska,I
will speak.'Wednesday. :night, >.frs. f
Aaron Hancock, from Oklahoma. ,II 1
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will speak. I Supporters .Georgeone Butler .
Thursday night, Rev. Homer
Littleton, from Ghana, West Africa I 3
1 will speak. Friday night, Dr. I

Henry China, will Turlington speak., formerly from I of the most gratifying things that can possibly come to me as a result '

night Each, Classes night, beginning for Mission Monday Study of.this campaign has been the he warming reponse from my many I

will meet at 7 p."m. in:the Church friends-both known and unknown':'who nave voluntarily set themselves: ::
for a .period of 45 minutes. This,
,f study will beheld for.Juniors Intermediates to work in my behalf. My phone has been ringing constantly with calls} 'from

Adults, and,will Young be concerning People and our my friends and friends of my friends, all announcing that they have started. : '

Missionary Work in Mexico. working for me from: the moment filed. -
All are-invited to attend'aU the
services. The Services should be -
'concluded,by or before 9,P. M.The I know that all of these fine people will realize that I cannot possibly get ;
Charles D. Stewart, states
; Pastor, around to see them-or'6ven telephone give thanks and
that this is one"of the greatest opportunities I encourage-

" the people,of ever this to area have to come see and to ment This is j impossible because of the'' short; time;:ayailable'. .

hear Real Missionaries in person. unxpected campaign.. >u" J i.f's': ',. \

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Christian Science Rather than writing to thank you after the Campaign, as is usually done, I jt: ;: : i
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Group Of Canal PointGod's wish.to thank you now, from the bottom of my heart. Thank You and t ". -iJ ,

infinite mercy and good- please keep up the fine work. We shall win! ,
ness will be brought out at Christian :

Science services Sunday. ,
One of the selections to be read :
from the Bible> in the LessonSermon I j

.,":. on "Everlasting Punishment" ; 'GEORGRBUTLER I
is'the following from Psalms (130: _

7): Let Israel hope in the Lord: _
for with the Lord there is mercy, T .
and with him is plenteous redemption : : !

the Criminal Court ,.i ; ,
Selections from "Science and Judge of

Health with Key to the Scriptures"by ., .
Mary Baker Eddy will include ":: -
OF RECORD : : ,
(329:26): "The pardon of divine :{ "
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t mercy is the destruction of error. '" -' .
The Golden Text is from Psalms MAY3r -bys.peciaI, hand ballot :f> =;

(85:5) "Thou, Lord, are good, ,, tj
and ready to forgive; and plenteous L .
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'Garden Group In clubs win be inducted by Mrs was guest speaker. She spoke on
Henry L. Pennock of Jupiter, Distract the value of the croton as an ornamental -
,Port Mayaca Meet
J 7 li 10 director, who will serve as shrub and displayed several
installing officer. dlffernet leaves. She also demonstrated -
Members of the Canal Point
Mrs. M. C. Carter who rep'resented the use of tin in deco-
k' Garden Club, at the April meetingat
1 the club as official dele- rative arrangements.
,, the home of Mrs. W. E. Evans gate to convention of the State -...,'
at Port Mayaca, made plans to ;on .Federation of Garden Clubs, held :Mrs. Louis Davis has been elect-
TO THE tne Pkl'l oKee Garden Club at th annual joint installation luncheonto I more Hotel, gave a report on .the Class, First Methodist Church
County :Commission be held in the Community.Building : convention.Mrs. School to fill the vacancy left by
at Canal Point, May 17, when I Frank Friend, presidentelect the resignation of Mrs. Ralph C.
. the newly elected officers of both of the Pahokee Garden Club I Stanley
There is no substitute for ex- I I

perience and Ability in selecting :. -- --

a man to give you good ad-

ministration coupled with Have HOPE: On May 3rd _
sound business principles.
u ELECT'
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MICHAEL r
F'.REDHOPEState :

I IS THE MAN.. ? ads ', I ry
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SEE HIM ON TV Senator r y

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8:30 p. m. 5:55 p. m. v Th*WA'MANVITH A BACKGROUND /
', F' ::8.. BS SERVICE TO THE f' rs

Your vote-for Roy :Michael, 'i+tAPM STATE AND COUNTY / /

Jr., for re-election will be HOPE
HAS A PLAN OF ACTION
appreciated.
FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY
(Paid Pol. Adv.)

t" Fair Reapportiohment of Legislature

Mrs. McKinstry Home Missionary SocietyIn More Adequate'Roads for Palm.Beach' County *'
} After Car Mishap April Meeting"The ,Repeal off Intangible Tax 'Which ,is Retarding.:B: County's Growth "K ./ :
T A'Tax Which One of my Opponents Helped to Double in 1957 -V
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Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Sr., was Missionary Home" was the Establishment.6fUniversity at Boca Raton .. /
able to return to her home in Pa- subject of a program presented at More,EfficienttJse of Your Tax Dollar Through Economy. .\t
I hokeethis: week from Good Samar- the April meeting of the "Hannah
itan Hospital, West Palm Beach, Scoggin-Annie Jones Circle Canal Hope's "action-packed" public life in defens e of our American Heritage speaks.. for itself
where she received treatment for Point Baptist Woman's Missionary U. S. MARINE CORPS VETERAN WORLD ''WAR II :
: injuries received in a,car accident. Society, at the home of Mrs.J. .
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Mrs. McKinstry suffered cuts and E.Rodgers in Runyon, with Mrs., AN FBI AGENT FOR;SIX YEARS
bruises last weekend while returning Charles Maxson, chairman presJ- 4* ASSISTANT COUNTY'' SOLICITOR OF PALM BEACH COUNTY 195759'Paid
home from a visit with her fng. Taking part on the programwere ( Pol. Adv.) ,
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins, Mrs. H. C. ,. ,
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Mrs. Earl Crossman, and family at Clark Mrs. A. T Holt and Mrs.
Fort Lauderdale when the car in Maxson It was announced Mrs. I
which she and her granddaughters Holt will be hostess at the May
:Miss Penny McKinstry and Miss meeting. her home.
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Laura June Rogers were riding or '
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7 :US'441 'was struck broadside! by Mr.and Mrs.J.B.Snyder of Tampa I : I I I"H.i'H' il''I'M'K'' 'H H'\ M,I H. I H t.I H''H"H I I 1 M, i-'I
another car entering the highway : are visiting her mother, Mrs. I I II
from a side road. The two girls W. B. Myers, at Canal Point and ,
escaped other relatives in this area. : k 4 .
injury. End .Highway Deaths.1ELECT :

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SAFETY ON HIGHWAYS instead of 46 deaths in 3 months! Brown will V

I :bring strict but courteous traffic law enforcement by trained officers;

I motorcycle patrol; school-zone protection; safe-driving education.
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.. *..UP-" -DATE LAW "ENFORCEMENT AND GRIME PREVENTION

:Brown will provide deputies trained in modern police methods, dedicatedto

public service instead of perpetuating a political dynasty.
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1 I CONSTRUCTIVE PROGRAM FOR YOUTHS! Brown will cooperatewith

1I ,,. juvenile authorities in Palm Beach County by providing deputies,
I trained in youth guidance!and.rehabilitation.


{{ ECONOMY IN USING YOUR TAX DOLLARSI>Brown will,control ex

penditure of budgeted funds through efficiency-in -duties;'ad- r,
'; ministrative ability* cooperation with other,agencies. \ I
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The Lives Saved: by Your Vote for Brown


may welLinclud Your Own ,

Florida's Cab System provides a, continuity % I

of experienced:leadership which keeps our State .
:. government 'on an' even keel. Experience is the Elect HUGH BROWN Sheriff
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'moSt Important quality which. we must demand
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r:;o in the, man we elect.as"our State Treasurer.. -
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J. ,Edwin Larson for 19 '''years your State Treasurer -
of Palm Beach
has I that, experience! i County -
h.,,. ,. .. Paid Political Advertisement! I ,

4: QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE: Outstanding low crime rate during 23 years as Boca Raton
R Elect
J E0W1H I
::: Police Chief Trained by FBI and.Norttlwestem.nlverslty short courses in police methods and '
: traffic safety Active in civic:affairs, PTA you th work, cooperation with municipal, state and
4: federal law enforcement;agencies A Member International Assn. Police Chiefs, Fraternal Order
LARSONSfAIl :. of Police, Tri-County (I/ade-Broward-Palm Beach) Intelligence: Unit Methodist Church member t

't President, Boca Raton Kiwanis Club .. Married, 3 children. .

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a:.-: ." :. weekend guest of Mrs. Du over the weekend of Miss Dottie I left Friday for several days bus
Bose. Buckley in West Palm Beach. ness'trip to Russellville Kentucky.
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: Chief of Police 5 Years President\ Prep Ao: .va 4 Years Municipal Judge West-,

Baseball League Palm Beach

:;,- .. ,. 2 Years President Legal Y : 1l Years ,Juvenile Traffic
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: 'Aid Society .
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$>.:: s. Committee for Alcoholic Deputy Fla. Industrial ,

.S U. S. Marine Corps Military Pplice Rehabilitation '.,, Commissioner r E. E,
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'ft' ,'t And I Bob Baker & ''" ,. "' ... .... ....<
Cancer, Story Patsy >Ii' ': :''''";"':-' .,f.",.> x'':<: :>t> ,'.,,-:<" .. ":' n.1Ii\\ ,"JiJi #' \ .............._...4ftot.- ._-
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Told Visit Home FolksSgt. <.. .,y rf Cet ..J( J ; ",'. 4'= k '::::::--::: -:::
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tr cancer? What's behind the cigaret- visiting this week with his :<.,' ,.. ..,.......,, .;.: ; ", _..". _'_=
lung cancer controversy? How are, parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bakerat ,. .,. ."..-..,,:-: .""'-'.-"" 7 1. ..,_, ....:.s.oF.:1. ; Z": ::'-=:-:-
R warning facts about cancer saving Canal Point. Ssgt Baker returned -
In A Judicial Election Best Kn The Qualifications of the Candidates.ASK .
\ ', lives? Why are two million people from Japan April 16, and in Attorneys ow
;. from all walks of life volunr I May will be stationed'at New River YOUR ATTORNEY! .
r teering their services to. fight Air: Facility at Jacksonville N. C.
t cancer? I Mrs. Baker and 'their three girls,
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I., These are a few of many ques- Debbie, Leslie and Teri have been ,
tions which are answered in a 16- living with her parents Dr. and

, page supplement, "Background of Mrs. Chas. E. Creel in Alabama
"." Hope" which is now available in a while Ssgt. Baker was overseas.
& limited supply and at no cost, at Ssgt and Mrs. Baker will return to
{: the Palm Beach County Unit of the Alabama after their visit here be.

:. American Cancer Society, 140 fore moving .to North Carolina.
! Lakeview Ave., West Palm Beach. While here the Bakers also visited (Paid Political Advertisement) .
Since the month of April has, his sister Mrs. David unwin end
been designated as Cancer Control' Mr. Unwin in Pahokee. '--

Month and the period when the an- .. .
nual Cancer Crusade is held, the <.. cxV
message in this supplement'is most Miss Tucker Visits- V ,

timely, said Fred Teverbaugh,
county Crusade chairman. Folks In Canal PointMiss

"Background of Hope" is 'a compilation -
I. i of articles written by distinguished Dorothy Tucker, who has
Americans. The report's been attending the national .con

lead article, "Fifteen Years Closer vention of physical education instructors -
to a Cure," was written by
Miami, visited her parents -

r.: author This John publication Gunther. Teverbaugb I Mr. and Mrs. G. H. ,(Duke) .

said, is one of the finest papers on Tucker in Canal, Point this week I { yi.i

cancer published in some time. before returning to her studies at

,, 'I sincerely hope that the people the 'University of Texas, Denton, V I
of our own 'community will avail Texas, where she is working for a
themselves of a copy-or at least doctor's degree in physical educa # f/V
make it a point to read the copy on tion. She, was accompanied Wed-
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- file at the Cancer Unit office' in nesday on her return to Denton,
West Palm Beach.CLASSEFTUD." Texas, by her mother who plans to
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visit there for three weeks before

ADS.PIT returning to Canal Point.
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t Did you know that the Honorable Ralph -"
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: ,. : Blank, Jr., While acting as your representative t fyY ,

Ji : Voted,/". YES" on, is .

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," 1. The Bill-Increasing our Intangible and Personal Property z.s ,

.. Taxes.

2. The Re-Apportionment Amendment which was so unfair| to
our County and which you so thoroughly ,defeated at the

polls.
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THE RECORD SPEAKS :

Last years winner has .
FOR ITSELF won again i
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I n !a&: 1959'S BIGGEST SALES SUCCESS IS GOING STRONGER THAN: EVER IN 1960. ONE., .<.It
Elect DeWittUpthegrove -LOOK AT THOSE BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED LINES AND YOU'LL KNOW WMYI '
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Within one.year from introduction, the Ford Thunderbird's own V-8 engine. .'
Galaxie, the Thunderbird of the low-price field And for 1960, Galazie has more room for six%:
has become the world's'best.selling: series. For passengers than.ever before! -.-T ;-:
1960. it is:even more sensational. Yet, all.newand elegant as the Galazie is, it:' .
'. Inside and out, in style and luxury. the still sports a low Ford price tag. So take a=tP1'!
'Galaxie is unmistakably Thunderbird. from all America. Come test-drive the J9601. .

The Peoples Candidate a For power,you can have' the''lightning' the Galaxie-the best-selling,car in $e world., ";;.>". _

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For SENATOR i

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'(Paid Political Advertising by the Campaign Treasurer) PAHOKEE FLORIDA ";.

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Mrs. Janet Pate of West Palm
peach president of the PTA'County -

For Tax AssessorEdgar officer Council at the, will installation serve as ceremonyfor installing ELECT ED MAXWELL. .

the new officers of the Canal 32f.

W. Maxwell, a resident of Point Parent-Teacher Associationto The ONLY Candidate with Tax Assessor a
West Palm Beach for the past 34 be conducted during the May
years and a native of Florida an- meeting of PTA in the school auditorium -$ a positive plan of action to Palm Beach 1

nounced today he will seek election Monday at 8 p. m. Mrs. Joe I
as Palm Beach County Tax Cherry, Jr., president, will preside correct the inequities of the County

I, Assessor in the May 3rd Democratic at the business session.IN I 100 % Assessment, .' 1

Primary. 1
f' Associated for the past several THE CobNTY JUDGE'S COURT, IN Cr

years in the building materials industry AND FLORIDA FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY, A VOTE FOR '. -
in Palm Beach County NO. 13856
of the West IN RE: THE ESTATE OF t "
Maxwell is
Manager : EVA L BRANDON, ? ED:: MAXWELL ;
Palm Beach plant of R. HI Wright, i DECEASED : ;
I NOTICE OF FILING PETITION. FOR _
Inc., a division of Houdaille Indus- -
tries. FINAL DISCHARGE DE BONIS NON OF ADMINISTRATOR will stop taxation without ''

Prior to' this he was employed in Notice is hereby given that I have
lied my final returns as Administratorof representation. t'k
the Freight Traffic Departmentsof the estate of Era X. Brandon de- ,
both the Florida East Coast ceasedthat I have filed my petition for SEE AND HEAR '
Rail final discharge and:that on the 25th -
Railway and the Clinchfleld day of May 1960. I will:apply to the 1 "
road.: As Commercial Agent for Honorable Richard P. Bobbins County ED MAXWELLCHANNEL yLx\s,
Judge of Palm Beach County, Florida,
he traveled
this latter company for approval of said final returns and
and worker the South Florida,area. for an order ilpr final,discharge-as Ad. '
mlnltrator of the estate of Eva I. 5
Graduated from Palm Beach Brandon.. .. r.Id ""
High School in 1942, Maxwell enlisted DATED this 14 day-of Aprtt.. 1960. I : MONDAY, MAY 2ND at 6:1Q'P. 3L .Bb

in the U. S. Navy, serving W.Administrator A. BAKER de bonls non .-- '. .
during World War H in both the Thadd Whidden J ,

Atlantic and Pacific theaters Attorney for Administrator -. ... .......6 ..r'; J.., .
P. O. Box 395 I
... aboard a destroyer escort as First Pahokee. Florida '
Pub: April 22. 29 and May 6. 13.1960 iEMOq> ,
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and Damage Control ATIC PRIMARY MAY
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Officer. He attended college 'at the "
University of Miami and Tulane -s -

University. .
DEMOCRATIC
He and his wife, the former Bob- PRIMARY

bie Jean Cobb, and their three MAY 3rd, 1960GROVER 1 '

daughters reside at 307 Alhambra ..:
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Place, West Palm BeachI Theyare .-' .','. ___ T .
active members of Memorial 'APA.L' _

Presbyterian Church in that city, J\ .
where'Mr. Maxwell is an Elder on
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c the Session, and previously servedas ,. 3Me w ':' +t.3'.a2. a o7r.F -
{ 'my ar y:4'?2+ c ; :k 5,,:
a Deacon. He has worked for "TRUSYWW ii'YH'Y
many years in the Youth Programof .
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his Church, and is the teacher of ""
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'f, the .College & Career Class of the t4%

Sunday School.In .
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announcing his candidacy for r .ED I C .ar-: D r
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'r stated that ,the ever increasing

; burden of taxation will be-a major t.-- rwtJY'C' [;

issue of this campaign, and in his 1 ., ,
platform pledges to work constantly -
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in effort to halt this trendof ,
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higher' taxes being placed uponus /
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each year. Terming the recent 4s )SS
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reassessment program of the pres-

ent assessor '"taxation without, '{"-01 _........... :'I't.0.10":...,,,,, .. ,.
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pledges to' conduct, a complete .
of this program 'if :

elected, upon completion of which i. :: I I1
he would take every' action within -
his power to correct the errors and
hardships of this reassessment.
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.' Bill Gist reutrned to Miami Mil .;,.. dr, .3
itary Academy. the first of. the )-
week after spending the weekendin "

Pahokee with his parents, Dr.
and Mrs. W..T. Gist, and, family;; .., ,
( He was accompanied back to M1. ', : :
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....,-- grandmother, Mrs. David Johnson,' .. :
and great aunt, Mrs. Ann Martin,' .. ; ,

of Tennessee, who visited Mrs.' .} r : :'
Calvert Mockbee 'at Fort Xaufler-.
# dale enroute home.CHECK : :

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DAVID STEWART is the only Candidate for Tax Assessor "

;* Leon Guthrie Who Office.is Qualified by 13, Years Experience in the.Assessor's 'I r'V'.: >::,. ;:y "" '"


He Pledges That He Will Be A Full Time Assessor With No : .

::/. ,P PAHOKEE'S I Other Job.STEWART. ,- I II

f'l''. '. I ADVOCATES & WILL WORK FOR: I .
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emption) for Eyery Florida Resident Over 65 Years Old. e

G T:i Chief of PoliceDaily (2) Increase Widows Exemption From $500 to $1500. } N ,

, STEWART WILL BE IN FLAGLER PARK, WEST PALM !
,v. BEACH, THURSDAY, APRIL 28th, AT 8:00 P. M. '
* TO ANSWER QUESTIONS FROM VOTERS ,..:. ,
_>" Patrol In The School Zone- AND TAXPAYERS. tiTHE _

". DUTIES OF TAX ASSESSOR HAVE- PREVENTED
; Efficient Service To'The Taxpayers- 1 HIM FROM, : CONTACTING ALL VOTERS

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IF YOU DON'T KNOW OF DAVID STEWART'S CHARACTER AND ABILITY

Capable Honest Alert ASK THOSE WHO KNOW HIM.



YOUR APPRECIATED VOTE AND IN SUPPORT THE KEEP STEWART TAX ASSESSORPULL


ELECTION MAY 3 LEVER 33-A MAY 3rd

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Contest Won Co., Pen s a c.o 1 a. Westinghouse I Mrs. Teresa Conway of Mon- PATIENTS AT HOSPITAL .ATTEND IIYPOLUXO MEETMrs.
Electric Corp. also cooperated .'n I
tana, who is spending the season in Among the patients at the Ever J, H. Bordeaux and Mrs. J.
By Broward Lady this year's contest.
-. West Palm Beach, visited her glades Memorial Hospital Wednes-,I D. Latham, members of the Canal

WINTER HAVEN Mrs. Myr- AT \\'SCS MEETINGThe brother, Albert Fremd, at Canal day were Thomas Dean, Loretta.I Point Baptist Woman's Missionary i
tle I. Risdall of Ft. Lauderdale was Pahokee Methodist Woman's Point over the weekend.. 1 I Barfield :Mrs. Ruby Chaney, Mrs.;i I Union and Mrs. E. B. Gamble at>d
named Grand Prize Sweepstakes Society of Christian Service was .- Frances Weeks Jesse York John Mrs. Wiley Tillis of the Pahokee
winner in the All-Florida Orange represented at the annual WSCS i :Mrs. Hoy Miller of West Palm i i WMU, represented their groups as
Sanders, Mrs. Loretta Gillis, Richard
,Dessert Contest at the grand I State Conference in the White Beach was the Sunday guest of Mr. I I I delegates to the Palm-Lake Associational ;
awards banquet 'held at Cypress Temple Methodist Church, Miami, and Mrs. F. W. Cross in Canal Sappington Mrs. Ruth Carverand i WMU meeting in Hypo- !
Gardens recently. by Mrs. Ernest Maxwell president- Point. Colleen Jones. ,I luxo.
The prize-winning recipe was ,elect Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson and
"Florida Orange Grove Pie", a delightful Mrs. Clare S. Hall Delegates from J
concoction using fresh the ,Canal Point WSCS attendingwere ,
Florida oranges. Mrs. W. E. Blackwell, oresi- 'r:
Presenting the grand award of dent, Mrs. L. L. Maxson and Mrs. -
DOYOUKNOWUI.
an electrical equipment,for an.all- Elmer Maxson. 1
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electric, kitchen was Homer
Hooks, general manager of the Jim Masser of Pittman, Pa., has I
Florida Citrus Commission.The been spending several days' .in Canal -.I JOHN L.REMSEN'SOPPONENT ?
annual contest is>sponsored Point on business... ::
by the Citrus Commission In co- .- -
operation with Florida Power. & Mr.. and Mrs. Brooks Henderson
Light Co., Miami; Florida Power have as a,house guest this week In this important campaign for the School Board, up to the present time John L. Rent-
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Corp., St. Petersburg; Tampa Elec- her niece Mrs. Myrtle R. Cropperof sen's opponent has made'no announcement of his candidacy or has he stated his back- '
tric Co., Tampa; and Gulf Power Clairiton Penna. ground, qualifications or platform. You, The Voters are entitled to know both candi-
dates.The five city directories in Palm Beach County list 891 persons named "Williams".
Rumors. have identified this candidate as various other persons named Williams and,
we believe further confusion should be avoided. John L. Remsen's opponent is Alton R.
REELECTF. F. Williams, 500.Sapodilla Avenue, West Palm Beach, Negro owner and operator of the
Williams Collection Agency. His interest in education is indicated by the fact that he
't declined to serve as a member of the Advisory Committee of Roosevelt Jr. College. ,
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BEACH sew Board, District 2.
:; MAYOR b John.. L. Bjunsen ctrefull/ \j'
:: POST says avoided mentioning his opponent,
Alton B. P. Wffll ns; is a Negro.
b Instead ta said: 'Tve beea
For A Capable Courteous ProgressiveCity '
WED. APRIL 20 1960, amazed at the lack.ot Interest In
the Ichool.board race .'. Many
GovernmentYour e do 't.eves: know I have an op _
r ponent Yet the school board

Vote and Support Appreciated I Elect J 0 H N L fa\es complex! many problems.economic" and social

t ':You should look into the'qualification
as AlwaysPaid e and backgrounds of myself
and my opponents."
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-I 32 years od A resident of Palm Beach County 23
AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN
years. World War II Marine Corp Veteran. Graduateof
120- FLORIDA CATTLEMENi \ local schools and'college; Law degree Universityof

WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF Miami. A prominent attorney in Riviera Beach ,
CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES I the past 7 years and a civic leader with many out. ,FI "I
standing achievements. Member Presbyterian Church % i
WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION sfr i
married, has 2 children.
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MARKET CONFIDENCE WHERE ALL BUYERS.BUY WITH Remsen's PlatformJohn rij s' j


L. Remsen has a full and complete platform in t f
Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON a comprehensive and realistic plan for present and '
J future educational requirements in keeping with the t'
PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD community's growth-and to maintain separate but "
PHONE'WY 6-3028: GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER equal facilities in our'schools. JOHN L. REMSEN 1

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t : A PAHOKEE RESIDENT FOR.MORE THAN 40 YEARS 5 HORACE BEASLEYSUPERVISOR

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Carmen Salvatore :y.) A At[Y'V :: OFREGISTRATION

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\ 52 Years Old

.' SUBMITS HIS CANDIDACY \ .. t.: 34 Years In P. B. County
," 26 Years Business And

for MAYOR > BEASLEY Supervisory Will Register Experience ALL

The People In P.-B. County
More Easily ,

+ And,pledges coordination of all city departments for efficiency and econo- PULL LEVER 41A
my. He offers the voters the ,benefit of more than 20 years governmental I
REGISTER EASILY WITH BEASLEYPaid
experience. Nine years on:the drainage district and'16 years on the Palm
( Political Advertisement)
Board.
Beach County School :

: : I-H'H'HH'' : : : : : : : : :. : : : : :+ : : : : : : : : : ,.-c : : : : : : : : : : : :-. ..+:-: BACK TO SOUTHERN TO PRESENT PROGRAMS
Gene Parnell has returned to Mrs. Walter Kautz, assisted by
SALVATORE PROMISES: his studies at Florida Southern Mrs. Pope Sears, will present the
College, Lakeland, after spending program at the May meeting of the
the spring holidays with his parents Methodist Woman's
Canal Point
I will not work for receive income from or be indebted to or own.stock in I''I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Parnell, : Society of Christian Service to oe
any activity connected with the City or duties of Mayor of Pahokee. in Pahokee. He was accompaniedto held in the Church School building
1 + Pahokee by Bill Black of Lake. Tuesday at 8 p. m. Reports will be
land, Jesse Smith and Dick Shandof I given on the annual WSCS con
AGAINST CITY MANAGER: New Jersey and Ted Walton of ference held recently in Miami.
Pennsylvania, all FSC students. .-.. '
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I am against a City Manager for Pahokee because I believe that city officials Mrs. Donna Mae Shields has returned -
T. J. Mullis has returned to Mo- to Wauchula after a two
when elected to office should fully execute the duties of their office thereby
brother-in-
bile her
I Ala. titer a visit with his weeks' visit with
doing away with the need for a City Manager. parents,Mr.and Mrs.L.W.Mifllis, law and s ster, :Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
in Pahokee. McIlwain, in Pahokee.

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R. H. Smith of St. Petersburgand i I Mrs. R A. Bramble of Bridge-I IF I Miss Glenda Sears is the guest of
Miss Betty Collum of West I ville;Deleware,was a business vis- her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Tax ) S 3-
Palm Beach and Jacksonville visited itor here several days and while Hilburn Murphy, in Clewiston this J
Mr.and Mrs.,George Ramey and here she was the guest of Mr. and weekend and while there will .attend -
Michael McTavish in Pahokee Friday Mrs. W. L. Duncan. She returned the Clewiston High School i Assessor t tt
while enroute to Jacksonville. home Saturday. I Junior-Senior Prom.Im.lt7'tm'Im.Ii1"t'mtlm.It.

y .. ., T -- .l. He will .review present assessment ; f
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1:1 inequities .. adopt an ac-
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It's R. DAY ; assessment .. give ;an
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State LAKE LYTAL. QUALIFIED to be-Tax Assessor. by
Representative virtue of his knowledge of land values and tax problemsand

because of the.experience: he'has gained in his years
'of public service.

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A safer, more direct highway linking Coastal 4 5-S S IT IS TIME FOR
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J and,Glades area communities.
%: % THE PRESENT CLERK OF THE
t A S CIRCUIT COURT HAS HELD
GREATER ATTENTION SHOULD BE GIVEN'
q* THAT OFFICE FOR 20 YEARS.
I <; TO THE WELFARE OF FLORIDA YOUTH 'J' GOOD GOVERNMENT REQUIRES -
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.* Stronger laws are needed to curb the sale of |3 <: MINISTRATION. HORACE S.

alcholic beverages to minors.. 1 MILLER HAS PROVEN BY HIS
1 p PAST RECORD THAT HE IS
Statewide laws are needed to enforce safety
3! WELL QUALIFIED AND HAS
..--';., measures concerning the use of bicycles. .- 1 1i THE EXPERIENCE NECESSARY:

-:*F* Repeal the intangible tax., i TO FILL THE OFFICE WHICHHE
1 SEEKS.
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pc: : state, is establishment and activation --I equalization. ;feel confident we
?; Ralph Blank Asks of the new four-year state,university can also repeal the inequitable inventory I Please Vote For .
at Boca Raton. "I have tax which has placed an :
; State Job Again worked on many phases of this I unreasonable burden on our small : GEORGE
project since 1956, helping ''to get businessman. Rep. Roberts" and I I II : BUTLER"THE

,.. :. the location in the county; clearing I sponsored such a bill in 1957 and :
r -_ A new plan for improvement of title to the 1,203 acre site, secur- were successful in getting favor.. : EXPERIENCED JUDGE CANDIDATE"

:....\.." the county's highway system and ing an appropriation of $50,000 I able committee action but again : 4 YEARS 6000 CASES AS JUDGE OF
.'r- a demand for increased State during the last session for planning it was killed in the Senate before :, RIVIERA BEACH COURT
a Patrol in the to which $50,000 was added the House could vote."
Highway protection
,"., county are being advanced by from the'Fund' for Advancement of ... ... FOR r
Education; working with the Re- Mr. and Mrs., M. H. Baxter had
r, Rep. Ralph J. Blank, Jr., candidate ''
t- for "promotion" from the House toG sources Development Board,. as a weekend guests their nephews CRIMINAL COURT JUDGEMAY
r G-, a seat in the State Senate. Chambers of Commerce. and othersto Kenneth, Earl and Danny Lee Wellsof 3rd HAND PAPER BALLOTPaid
present our plea to the State :Miami.:
Creation of a new road depart- ( Pol. Adv.)
ment district, separate from Dade Board of Control for additional
County, giving this area its own planning funds, and securing'sup- .
< member of the State Road Board port of other members of the

.. will be sought at the next session, legislature."This Classified Ads
f) Rep. Blank said, with a resulting: is a tremendous job and'deta11ed a ELECTJERRY I
:'.. improvement in attention to the I one, but if there are no
county's road requirements.In hitches we shall have a multimillion FOR SALE: New and used Willys
the ,face of a death toll of dollar institution ready for our Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage '
alarming proportions. Rep. Blank college students by the Fall of In Belle Glade Phone 3058.
has asked Gov. Leroy Collins to 1963. predict it will become one of Oct. 17-M-ch.

__ use emergency funds fpr allocationof the greatest single assets in Palm SUBSCRIPTION expiration datesto
additional highway patrolmen Beach County." this newspaper are markedon

the county, and will seek permanent "We will renew our fight for reduction your name label as it comes to
relief in the legislative session, of the intangible tax rate you each week. Check the: date on E'a
he said. at the next session." Rep. Blank yours. That is your date to, renew THOMAS
"Having served in the legisla- state. ''lIed the effort.in the House We'll be looking for a check.
ture since,1956,1 know proceduresboth for its repeal at the last session Thanks. The Everglades News. a
in the legislature and Talla- and believe I had enough support
hassee bureaus" Rep. Blank said. lined up to obtain its passage, but PRINTING OF ALL HINDS. If YOUR STATEREPRESENTATIVE
"It is 'very easy for anyone to say the Senate killed the measure be- you need cards, envelopes letterheads -
he favors this or that, but the fore the house could act. I regard statements bill heads, hand I
knowhow comes only from exper- this as one of the most important bills, or something in the printingline
ience. Also, the many friendshipsI measures affecting the economy just step to the phone and call Group 1
have made in both House and of Palm Beach County and I be- The Everglades News at Canal
Senate will be a distinct asset to lieve we can obtain sufficient support Point, No 2661. We are experts in Let's Start The 1961 Legislative I

Palm Beach County if I am elected to repeal the present act. producing excellent printing andpric'es Session With An EXPERIENCED Man !
to the Senate seat being vacatedby "We must also review legislation our are in line with out of
Sen. F. O. "Bud" Dickinson." I calling for high valuations on real town printers who come to the Qualified By Experience?
One of the most complex mat- estate assessments and will con- Glades for printing business. Please Graduate School of Government, F. S. U.

ters before the county and the I I tinue the effort for statewide give us a call. Phone 2661. Former Attache To State Legislature

Former Director of Fla. Securities Commission \

Five Years Experience In State Capitol

Native of Palm Beach County

Pull Lever 26-B and Elect


QlIN CARTY JERRY THOMAS '

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FOR AN EVEN BETTER'h -
Rev. C. D. Stewart returned Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Ldvett McCord
day after being called to Sylvester were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 3. I
Ga., to attend the funeral of his i Chastain and Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
FLORIDA brother, Jacob Stewart. I Chastain Saturday.
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ELECT W. R. (BUSTER) .

Which. of ;the Candidates Would Really Serve : -

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Read. What "Our .Neighboring Newspapers Say: .,. '" ,5 AGRICULTURE "' I. I

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Services to Agr.culturei
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THE MIAMI HERALD someone to point out our plan. In fact, it was on this DIRECTOR ,
_I April 18, 1960 expanding industrial might issue that McCarty broke PRESIDENT-Florida Form Bureau Federation 4.. F'.

"South Floridians who know and favorable corporate tax with the Collins administration -, j Florida Agricultural Council (Council mode up. :

him have 'a high regard for climate.. It also needs some-. refusing to accept the t ,:' -J of the' 36 State Agricultural Organizations -
John McCarty of Port one to continue our moderate watered-down version of re- ", MEMBER AND SECRETARY i,
Agricultural Services Committee (Helped Plan ,. '
Pierce. He is the brother of common-sense; approach to apportionment that was Reorganization of Deportment of Agriculture) ,";
i the late Gov Dan McCarty. the weighty problems of seg- then offered to the voters. Chosen MaVrr of the Year in Agriculture by Progressive ;'".
I regation and integration., Former Magazine 1956 V
For six months he served :loS"proxy' .
All the candidates now say Received Florida State Veterinary Medical Association f' I
The to all these needs r '
answer
governor" while the Award 1959 '
Distinguished Service :
for fair
they are, or
older man lay ill. are spelled out in the person, were Received the Agricultural Outstanding Service Award ;'-
reapportionment, but what Florida Council 1958.
/ abilities and qualifications of Agricultural .
they fail to is,the KINDof State Farmers.Degree in the Future Farmers of America 1
: ... John McCarty is a vigorous John Moore McCarty, of say : : t \i
.. '; proponent of this area. He Fort Pierce." reapportionment they en- \ SUBJECT TO MAY 3RD DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY :':'( t.

.;: has a loyal and devoted fol- dorse. McCarty has not ",. \

:. ...=,.loWing. His Integrity and his i a a equivocated on this issue. : {, -M "C' ,i

'.Idealism are bywords. We McCarty is a man of fine : 1 V-:

\ ;suggest .a good look at John:, BOCA* BATON NEWS character with a spotless ; c { t'i1 t

3IcCarty: for Governor.*' April 21, 1960 record. He is vigorous and : F .,' .' ",
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in the prime of'life. > 4.
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.. didate who embodies the We believe he will bring to :
-HIALEAII HOME\ NEWS qualities most needed in a the office of Governor the ;;; .'

i( April 1960t. Governor, and who combines ,qualities of mind and spirit { ./ .' .f.;" :
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'. :."Florida today needs a firm with these qualities vigorous most needed to steer the -y. "
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,'t hand and a level head at the awareness of "the inte- State through the times that ".' '

helm It ,needs an able person rests of South Florida is lie ahead, and that he will ..:
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;.' : to carry forward its remarkable -' John McCaiy of Fort PierceIt not only a Governor ,cf ,., 's ..

f future. It needs a was McCarty who stood whom all Florida can oe .:t. .t ".:'" I ,.. :.'.
: dynamic salesman to sell the up to be counted last Fall proud but that he will proI J I

virtues of our climate our BEFORE the reapportionment vide the leadership to give
': tourism, our beaches, our citrus issue came to a vote, South Florida the attentionand ;
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our livestock and farm and who threw. himself recognition it deserves
products our _fisheries and wholeheartedly into the and which it has not hereto-

mineral resources. It needs fight to defeat that unfair fore received in Tallahassee. *' .
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"JOHN MCCARTYGOVERNOR successful Farmer, Business Man, Educated In ...

Florida Schools, B.S. i in Agriculture, U. of Fla..Marlne ., -
-, Veteran, Family Man, Long Record", **
Selfless .Service to Florida Agriculture.


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