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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: May 4, 1962
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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L May 4,1962CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY /.V :AL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN \



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY 'i

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Glades Sugar Puts Grady Echols Has Hearing On Price ;

Serious OperationGrady LIttle. League Base Ball Set !i

Sweet Face On AreaSugar AndVages Set For

Point grocer Echols, is ,seriously popular' ill Canal in For Pahokee Opening May 14 '

Cane! New Sugar Mills! I Saint Marys hospital inVest Palm Canal Point May 9
More cane sugar for the market! i _. .
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And a record 'sugar cane growing Beach after undergoing,an opera-
-processing season has just tion for removal of three-fourths of The U. S. Department of Agriculture -I LA31PI TO DAYTONAR. Daily practice has already start-
closed here on the shore of Lake his stomach. The operaton was. today announced a public ed for boys who have signed up to
Okeechobee. Favorable Congres- necessitated by a stomach ulcer hearing on fair prices for the 1962 O. Lampi, as secretary of the play with the two Pony Leaguesand
sional action before the end of that has been bothering. Echols Florida sugar cane crop and on Florida Bandmaster's Association, the,three Little League teams.
increase whether the wage determination will leave next Wednesday to assist Some,' start at 4:30 and others -
June, 1962, on the proposed for many, many years. Reports Yearns
for sugar production on the from his bedside late Thursdaywere I applicable to fieldworkers-which I with the State Band Contest beginning at 5:00: p. m.
mainland, means that this area to the effect that he is "doingas became effective Aug. 22, 1961- I at Daytona Beach on May Boys belonging to the Pony
will be popping again next season well as cab be expected" as a I, should be continued or amended. I 10. Thirty nine bands in the Northern League .team coached by Melvin
with more cane to be ground. result of the operation at 9 a. m, The hearing will be May 9 in the I Division will compete in these Pugh and sponsored by Royals are:
Millions of dollars have been Tuesday. Community Building at Canal contests. Larry Harris, Don Branch, David
spent in the Lake Okeechobee Re- ----- Point, beginning at 10 a. m. Larrimore, Billy Clements Pat ,
gion within the past 24 months in To qualify for payments under Pahokee Election Murphy, Dean Thompson Tommy
the cane production and process- Judge J. L. Tyson the Sugar Act of 1948, as amended, McElhenny, Mike Sanders Ted.
iug. Millions more are available for producers must pay all persons Butler, James Mills, Jerry Peacock,
spending if Congress gives the go. Will Be Re-Elected I employed in producing, cultivating Creating Interest Bruce Taylor, and Glen Angle.
ahead sign. Folks, who never i or harvesting sugarcane, wage I Members of the Pony League
fore were interested in cane be-I I rates not less than those determined team sponsored by the Bank of Pa '.
duction, have signified their Next Tuesday, May 8-Judge fair and reasonable by the Secretary -I Final days before the Pahokee hokee and coached by Alvie Earlyare
tention of putting multiplied thous- :James L. Tyson, Jr., of the Magistrate : of Agriculture after public I j 1[ city election seem to be bringing Joe E. Thompson, Keith Pad.
ands into the project. hearing and investigation. gett, Eldridge Kinsaul, Timmie
sugar Cojrt in the' western see:* little interest in political races. .
Dollar value figures for the recently tion of Palm Beach county will i Producers who process sugar- has been Gillis, Jim Tyson, Calvin Spooner,.
Heretofore, everything
closed harvest season are automatically be nominated by the cane grown by others must pay 1 Michael Cowart, Barry Duke,
not available but it is estimated Democratic party as its candidatefor prices for it also determined fair I I quiet as election campaigns go and Franklin Branch, Armando Mor-
that the crop should top 30 million that, important position in the I and reasonable by the Secretary. I I the final few days have stirred up rell, William Duke, Skippy Lanham.
dollars. judicial system of Palm Beach To obtain best possible Information -."some: interest in the important and Joey:: Thompson.
The production came from an County. No other attorney filed I I USDA requests that all interested races to fill important places in Those on the Little League team
estimated 60,000 acres of cane and against him for the job in the Dem- persons appear at the Pahokee City Government. sponsored by Pioneer Growers and
the State Office of the Agricultural ocratic or Republican party. I I hearing to present views and pertinent Spotlight is on the chief of police coached by "Cracker" Spooner are

Stabilization and. Conservation -' Come next fall and, the general data. The.Notice: ..9L &riug: whicb..I&e..k..YVrp- + Bi1 'Yeat.ben., Ir. +Jeft..11.i111rA .,. .rrrr.-,,- <,
Service estimates roughly "election, the Judge's name, will -be I is scheduled for publication in the making an effort*toy' gal the position Woods, Woodie "Salvatore, George f
130,000 acres for the 1 G2-63 har- on the official ballot and just as I I April 27 Federal.. Register. held by Chief of Police Leon Magrill, Larry Waits, Bruce Andrews
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vest.Florida soon as he, or some one of his r Guthrie. .David Carraway, James H.
. sugar producers had : friends, pulls down the lever over I I Polls Are Set For Miss Patsy Batchelor, efficient Wilson Jr., Gene Reed, Jr., Danny
r t \ five mills in operation this season I the popular Judge's name he will and capable city clerk, is unopposed I Denton, Richard Geiger, Larry
compared to three last, but neitherof I be elected for a full four year term. in her race to succeed herselfin Kinard and Hank Tucker.
the two new mills-operated ny In commenting upon the qualifications -]I Tuesday VotingVoters that position. Joe Thompson iq Boys on the Little League team
Florida east of Belle Glade, ; for councilman
Sugar for the office and the ac- running unopposed coached by Marvin Cowart and
, and Osceola Farms, east of Canal complishments since inception of in' Group 1. Hugo Boe and George sponsored by Jack Spencer are
Point-produced to their capacitythis I the court, Judge Tyson said; wishing to cast their ballots -! Tucker have another year to serve. Kenny Martin, Russell Geiger,
first season. I "The qualification required of on Tuesday, May 8, for county Mayor Duncan' Padgett is unop- Chuck Bradley, Steve Lane, Charles -
Six more mills are planned for i the Judge are that he be a mem- candidates will go to the follow- posed. Collier, Alan Miners, Lynn
initial operation next season. They ber of the Florida Bar, at' least ing places between the hours of I In the Group 2 council race there Fisher Clodoalds Navarro, Kenneth
are U. S. Sugar's new mill a Ca- twenty-five years ,of age, have 7:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.: those in ; tre three aspirants: E. R. Gamble, I II I Hayes, Dick Tyson, Richard
nal Point, Florida Sugar Cane I practiced law in the state for at Precincts 51 and 55 in Pahokee will I A. J. Gamot and Carmen Funderburk, Thomas Bailey,
Growers Co-op., Pure Sugar Pro- least one year, and be a resident of vote at the High School gymnasium -I tore. In Group 3 Lloyd SalVa-j I Wayne Jarriel, Chip Branch and
ducts and Talisman Sugar Corp., the district. ; in Precinct 36 at Canal Point, and Billy McKinstry are David .Hitchcock.
all near Belle Glade, and Glades "I am forty-two years: of age, voters will go to the Community I spot on the council. Gene "Gore will coach the Little
County Sugar Growers Co-op As- reside with my wife and three Building.. All plans have been completedfor League team sponsored by Joe
sociation Inc., near Moore Haven. I children in Pahokee; attended, Pahokee residents will vote for I the upcoming election. Voting Hatton, Inc. Members are David
II I public schools in Tampa; graduated the city candidates at the City machines-one owned by the! city Hillier, James Mills, Douglas Min
Pahokee Band Goes from Mississippi State Col- Fire Station, where Mrs. Eula I I and one borrowed from the county ers, Omar Pasalodos, Kenneth Las-
lege: with a B. S. in Business in Tillis will act as clerk. Inspectorsthere -have been checked and ballots siter, Greg Grimes, Bill Moss,
1941, and from the University of will be Mrs. Marian Bleech, placed thereon for the use of voters -I Ricky Barfield, Randy Henderson
t State Band ContestThe Mississippi with a degree of Law Mrs. Alice Hurt, Mrs. Evelyn Stev- on Tuesday in expressing their Bill Howard, Jr., Bruce Harrell,
in 1948. I practiced law inVest ens and Mrs. Carrie Unwin Alter,.wishes as they regard folks who tI I Norman McMichael John (Dicky)
'tf Palm Beach from 1950 to 1953 nates are Mrs. Louise P. Stanley I I wilL serve them in office in Paho- Strayer, John Barwick Jr. and
Pahokee High School band when I came to Pahokee' and engaged and Mrs. Evelyn Roberts. R. J. : kee Richard Browning. .
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r .\ left yesterday in a chartered bus in farm work for Frank .Crews will be deputy marshall.. L.- There are about 40 boys eight
for Tampa where they "will take Friend until my: appointment to In charge of the county voter's Cigarette Tax Is 'aJ part in the State Band Contest for 'this position in July1961.. list at Canal Point will be Mrs. into three Minor League teams.
". the Southern Division, May 3 "The Court has been operating Beulah E. George, clerk, assistedby Divided To Cities Bill Moss and Ellis Murphy will
through y 5. smoothly since its inception and the following inspectors, Mrs I I coach these boys who can be drafted -
Pahokee's 49-piece band under there have been over two thousand Edna Barrett, Mrs. Angelea Sears,I: The state collected more than into Little Leagues.
the direction of bandmaster Rob- cases filed since last July 1st. I :Mrs. Mary L. Latham and Mrs. three million dollars cigarette tax Official games will start on May
ert O. Lampi will compete in the feel that each case had been hand Grace Maxson. during the month of March. Near- 14. Boys must come out to practice -
Class C. division. Beginning at 8 led fairly and impartially, and that Mrs. Vena Mae Schroder will Tee: ly a million of that amount goes if they wish to play in the reg<
o'clock this morning (Friday) they will certainly be my aim in all future clerk in charge at Pahokee Precinct into the general revenue fund of ularly scheduled games.
will present a concert consistingof I matters before the Court." 51. Inspectors will be Mrs. the state and the remaining two .. --
numbers prescribed by the Band- Estelle Sanders, Mrs. Cletis Hand. million has bene divided among Mrs. Ruth Meredith
master's Association which will be Aunt Mamie Maxson Mrs. Edna Pickett, Mrs. Helen the cities of Florida according to
followed by the sight reading con-, Davis and Mrs. Ruth Hatton. law. Shown below are a handful Home From Colorado
test. Between 10:00: and 10:30, they, Breaks A Leg Clerk in charge at Pahokee Pre 4 i of cities that came in for their fair -
will participate in the solo contest. cinct 55, will be Mrs. Blanch Arm I i share of the cigarette tax money Mrs Ruth Meredith returnedto
And tonight at 8 p. m., the Paho- "Aunt Mamie" Maxson, 78, of strong. Mrs. Rhoda Shive, :Mrs. during the one month-that of I West Palm Beach. Saturday.
\ kee band will .be the first to com- Canal Point was a patient at Good Frances Bacon, Mrs. Agnes Mc- March: from a trip to Pueblo, Colo. where
pete in the marching contest. Samaritan Hospital, West Palm Gouirk and J. F. Waddell will serveas City of Miami _... $245,571.22City she was called by the illness of her
Director Lampi as secretary jf Beach, where she received treat- inspectors. of Tampa _n 112,704.16Jacksonv111e mother Mrs. Viletta Wiley. Mrs.
the Florida Bandmaster's Association ment for a broken right leg Deputy marshalls for Precinct 51 111491.31 Meredith visited her sister, Mrs.
it. left Wednesday, one day in which she. suffered in an accidentat and 55 will be L. I. Maloy and L. Belle Glade _._.__ 10,902.68 Anna Clawson in Lake Worth be-
I advance of the band, to make preparations her home a .week. ago Monday. M. Mullis, respectively.A Pahokee 3,887.21 for; coming to Pahokee on Sun-
t for the contests. school of instruction was held Okeechobee City 4,049.44Manalapan
" Accompanying the band were Two lodging and food service in Belle Glade, Monday night, by ,_. 18.29 day.While in Pueblo she was surprised -
Mrs. R. O. Lampi!, Mrs. James technicians have been appointedfield Daniel Gorham Supervisor of Reg- The tax money comes from the by a visit from her son and
Batchelor, Mrs. R. F. Hurt Mrs representatives for Florida's istration of Palm Beach County, sale!! of cigarettes in Florida. The daughter-in-law, Pvt. 1-c Earl D.
Leland Keen and Mrs. Joe Thomp- hospital- education program. The for all personnel assisting at the larger the city, the larger the sales and Mrs.;.Meredith who had driven
son. Band members and adults are venture sponsored by the HotelCommission polls in the Glades area, next Tues and, of course, the. more tax money 550 miles from the military base
staying at the Floridian HoteL and FSU. .
day. coming in. at El Paso, Texas to be with her.

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" Atlanta Opens New Harvest, Ending Is I Miss Florida Will Be

Celebrated By USSC Named In Sarasota

Downtown Hotel l.The
CLE\VISTON-Some 2,500 em- SARASOTA The threedayMiss
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Ui ployees of the U. S. Sugar Corporation Florida Pageant has been set ,
fabulous new Atlanta Americana and their families celebratedthe for Sarasota June 28-30. This is

opened to the public April 20 finish of, the 1961-62 sugar the time when Florida's most beau-

and offers the very finest accomo- cane harvest recently. tiful, talented and charming girls)
dations to be found anywhere. At- This year's Harvest Festival, will compete in the Miss America
lanta's first major downtown hotelin which was celebrated with a bar- preliminaries.The .
30 years, the Americana with becue, saw the end of the most successful winner will serve as the of-
.-.- 350 luxurious rooms is one of the harvest season in the his- ficial goodwill ambassador for

foremost points of interest for At- tory of the U. S. Sugar Corporation. Flcrida, making numerous appearances -
lantans as well as visitors to our Every production record ever I I throughout the nation on

The Rardin BuiTcUjig In Canal Point, Florida city.Excellent established by the company was radio, television and in person at

. food service will be one broken. celebrity events.Sarasota's .
THE LAKE OKE CFiOEE REGION HOME OF
of the dominant-- features, with out Number of tons of sugar cane Sherry Grimes is the

standing chefs,prepar: ng continental harvested_ during the season hit current Miss Florida and will turn
THE EVERGLADES NEWS cuisine served ,in the lavish the fantastic total of 1,298,517, over her crown and scepter to the
surroundings of the Golden Palm from which 143,463 tons of raw I new ruler at the close of the con
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Restaurant. sugar were realized. Another pro- test. Entrants will compete in

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years There are two cocktail lounges, duction record was broken when evening gowns, swimsuits and tal ,

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday The Red Velvet Lounge and Room] ;fy.911,770' pounds of sugar cane ent presentations, and be judgedon

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe at the Top, which features Atlan- were ground during one day of poise, personality, charm, Intelligence -
ta's most beautiful skyline production."This and beauty of face and I
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Both sparkle like champange view.j was a most successful season figure with special emphasis on !

In Canal Point Florida as,Second Class Matter will be the favorite gathering 1 production wise," said Harry talent.
places for those seeking relaxation'I T. Vaughn, president of U. S. ..-. .
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher and enjoyment after a busy day.. Sugar Corporation. "Every one of

Monthly.Meeting- Of i I sented the red candle as Service.' A country club atmosphere has our employees should be proud of Passion Play Will
Mrs. W. E. Johnson had the green been established right in the centerof his accomplishments during th3

C. P. Methodist WSCS I candle as Gifts. Atlanta for those seeking their I past year and I know they are all Return Next YearLAKE
Miss Betty Johnson played soft pleasures beside a picturesque looking forward to next year and
swimming pool or just relaxing on more production records being
The regular monthly meeting of music during the worship service. I
the W. S.,C. ,S. of the Canal Point Mrs. Walter Kautz and Mrs. Joe the sun deck Both encourage one I broken." I WALES-The worldfamous -
to take it easy, forget your cares -- -
served delicious refreshmentsto
Methodist Church met. Tuesday Carr Black Hills Passion Play closed
and live. '
night at the Old Parsonage: :Mrs.L. 26 members. its tenth season in Florida on
The Americana was built to offer You Can Mail Your
L. Maxson, president, ,presided.Mrs. Easter Sunday with a record-
Maxson gave a very interesting Belle Glade Lions maximum convenience in luxury breaking, attendance of 47,362-al-
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,, surroundings. Free in-hotel park-
and informative talk on :the -- Cancer Donation most 6,000 more than its previous
Name New OfficersThe ing for guests assures you that you ,
meeting of the Annual ,Florida I high total of 41,571 in 1953.
are never more than a few seconds I
Conference of the W. S.. C. S. which I The well-known production will
from your car.
met last week in St. Petersburg.Mrs. new president of the Belle Many of Atlanta's leading storesand : I F. S. (Dick) Parrish, local chair- return to Florida in 1963 with a
Lois Underhill announced Glade Lions club on July 1 will heW modern man for the Crusade for Cancer tentative opening date of Sunday, .

there would be a rummage sale B. Rhodes. Carl Crawford, within easy walking new _buildings distance, mak-are fund, states that this being the February 10th, and closing on April '
held on May 12 and the proceeds final week of the drive, anyone who 21st, one week after Easter of next
principal of the elementary school, ing the Americana the most con- r ,
would go to the Sunday School de- venient has not been contacted but wishesto year.
will be the first vice new hotel facility to down- I
president.Pellon For the ten year period, a total
partments.Mrs. town Atlanta. donate may mail the contribution -
., Robert Shelley gave a .report Morris, principal of the high Your first step into the of to American Cancer Society, of 362,087 persons have seen the
lobby
on the Easter party held at school,. will be the second vice the fabulous Atlanta Americana at c-o F. S. Parrish, 131 Bacom Point Passion Play at the Lake Wales
the Mrs. Shelley also I president while Travis Moore will Road Pahokee. Amphitheatre.Eggs .
parsonage. and I
Spring
Carnegie Way will take .
announced that during the,summer become the third vice president.In you into a complete new world of This is a very important yearin -
months, each Thursday will be designated the election last week Belle elegant hotel living to be enjoyed I 'cancer research, as they hope are big business! in Florida;
for special youth activities. Glade Lion remembered the ex- today, and remembered forever. i for a "break-through" in the cause with more than 1,100 registered
The time and place will be an- cellent work done by H. V. Draa I of cancer. The chairman says, "Re-. producers whose flocks exceed five
nounced. I IThe through the years and renamed himas I I member' your donation to the Crusade million layers, says the Florida}

worship service was presented I secretary. F. C. Schoenfield will No Special Session I is tax deductible." Egg Commission.

by Mrs. Kay Sears, who con- be the treasurer; Bruce Williams, I ... ,
ducted a pledge service by candle- tail twister; Howard Lamb, Lion Says The Governor ---- ----- --- -------:-- ------

light. The white candle served as tamer. Two year directors are T.
I Holy Spirit. Mrs. W. C. Young E. Hollingsworth and T. W. What- TALLAHASSEE Governor I II

presented the purple candle as iey with Al Harris as a one year Farris Bryant recently said that he I IN THIS ATOMIC AGE.
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Prayer. Mrs. Boyd Vorhees pre director. does not plan to call a special session -''I I ,
of the legislature at this' time
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Governor stated however, I
THEATRES that he was concerned with secur- 1

ing the best possible reapportionment Ii
formula but he does not feel
PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN that a special session at this time ,II I II

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accomplish anything.The
Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road I
Governor said that he !
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simply debate the issue and fan
SUNDAY -MONDAY -TUESDA'SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY \
the fires of sectionalism. i
IAY 6-7-8
State Senator Scott Kelly of !
MAY 6-7-8 "GONE WITH Lakeland who called for the spec-
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ial session stated that he was not rte. Ij
THE WIND"CLARK I
"BUTTERF1ELD8ELIZABETH[ discouraged by the Governor's action -
GABLE AND but thought that events would iir I
TAYLOPVIVIEN LEIGH change the chief executive's mind. I

-ALSO Kelly will continue to poll members 1 t
LAURENCE HARVEY & of the legislature to determine :
"The Hound That Thought lie .. i
their to session.
position a special
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'* lit 1' I < It 1 ? I 3 It < M I i i i I I t I i"H-M"H-r- 11 I 1 I II I 1 I I i Business Week Magazine says!
the introduction of trading stamps BUILD FOR SAFETY ;

":tt! rs,\1&Ittrw: mf J7W'/ 1J.r"'ITIr7fY1'71i"t'! ; :'ffi.i"\t'mi"\t. mYlt At.t: An At:i to A&P Food Stores will force I
nearly every store to adopt a trad-
I ing stamp plan.NOTICE with CONCRETE MASONRY j


Monday Cattle Sales OF INTENTIONTO Home builders using strong, durable concrete masonry I

REGISTER FICTITIOUS have proven the lasting qualities of concrete block *
NAME in subjected to hurricanes earthquakes .disastrous
even or
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Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market Notice is hereby given that the I
atomic blasts. If you're planning to build, look
which is owned, and operated by! more than 120 undersigned, under the provisionsof first to concrete masonry, the wealherprootermite..

Florida Cattlemen. Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, proof decay-proof, fire-safe building material. For

Acts of 1941, will register with the quality block. .precision'made on Stearns equipment. .. .
You'll enjoy the excellent .service you receive here Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and see us today. ,

at this'Market.\Yerqake effort at all times,to give for Palm Beach County, Florida, I
: receipt of of publicationof Official Report of National Coo rU MaaoorjrAMoeUtion. I
upon proof !
Chicago 1Wx oi., Majr 11,1955.
an outstanding. service to buyer and seller. Give' us this notice, the fictitious name, r ( I

trial. I- towit: AVOID DESTRUCTION-WITH MASONRY CONSTRUCTION
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KELLLY'S POOL HALL
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155, E. Main St.

SALES EVERY MONDAY: AT 1 m. Pahokee, Florida
: p. Under which I am engaged in business -

in Pahokee Florida. That the

party interested in said business 1 1J
Glades Livestock Market Is as follows: 1i i

I LOUDON F. GINGERY, Owner
'ASSOCIATION Pahokee, County of Palm Beach,
Florida, May 1, 1962..
On Pahokee-Belle" Glade Road Firm Name: Kelly's Pool Hall I PAHOKEE, FLA. BELLE.. GLADE,,.FLA 1

,. ,Phone WY 6-3028 George Young<< Manager By Loudon Ft Gingery: PHONE 7185 PHONEWT!; 8-G9' i
Owner.
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Four ,.. The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday. May 4, 3962
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1 1I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller and I Mrs. Adeline Wroten* is conva- Master Stephen Donald Beverly
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sears spent lescing at her home on N. Barfield of Miami was the guest of his
I PEREONALNESNQTESJ Sunday at Sanibel Island. Highway after being dischargedfrom grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
: ; Mrs. A. G. Martin of Kingston Everglades Memorial Hos- Beverly for several days, last
Tenn. left Saturday after spendinga pital where she was confined with i i:week while his parents, Mr. and
wI -- week here with her parents, Mr. bronchitis for four days. {i I Mrs. Don Beverly attended the national -
Mr.: and Mrs. F. S. Parrish and! Charles Stewart of Savannah and Mrs. R. H. Watson. .-- -- bar convention at the Diplomat .
I daughter Debbie visited her par- Georgia is the guest of his parents Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sheffield and Hotel at Hollywood Beach.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Winstonin Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Stewart this returned Saturday after visiting daughter of Cheyenne, Wyoming -
West Palm Beach, recently. week. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. visited Mrs. Sheffield's brother and Mr. and Mrs. D.V.. Young hadas
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Fisher of Miss, Jeanine Mock has resumedher and Mrs. Jack Phillips and family sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. guests on Sunday, her brother-
Belmont, N. C. are the house studies in Gainesville after in Fairfax, S. C. and their son I Batchelor, last Thursday and Fri in-law and sister Judge and Mrs..
guests of their son-in-law and -visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Armstrong in Atlanta, Ga. I day. Sherman Smith, Jr. of'Lakeland,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Howard"I Rupert Mock of Pahokee. Mrs. Charles Moran ,spent Sun- I
Holman and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Burr have day with her son and daughter-
Mrs.M. C. Carter returned to I returned from a visit with relatives -. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Padgettin KEEP
her home Sunday after a visit of in Lake Wales and Wauchula. West Palm Beach.
several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman Rev. Donald Padgett and child- FLORIDA GROWING
Eugene McCall and family in and daughter, Sharyn, made a bus- ren Donna Joy and Duncan, of
Chicago, Illinois. iness trip to Panasoffkee, last Chattahoochee, were guests of his KEEPEXPERIENCm
Mrrs. J. E. Williams returned to Saturday.C. parents, Mayor and Mrs. Duncan
her home from Good Samaritan A. Batchelor, Frank Tillis Padgett, last week. ; LEADERSHIP
Hospital in West Palm Beach and Richard Kreidler of Clewiston Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs and .
where she had surgery. who are all associated with Life son, Horace, visited their son-in- Re-E ect Wilbur : Mrs.'J;.G,. Weeks is home after of Georgia Insurance Company, law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
bring a patient in the Everglades returned Sunday from a three-day Calvin Padgett and family in
:Memorial Hospital in Pahokee.Joe combined business-pleasure trip to Waldo, last weekend. I KINCFLORIDA
West End, Bahamas. - .
Parker of the U. S. Navy in
Norfolk Virginia, is the guest of Miss Sylvia Parrish, student at Funeral Services RAILROAD& PUBLIC
his parents, Mr. and Mrs.: J. P. Orange Memorial Hospital, Schoolof
UTILITIES
Parker, of Canal Point. Nursing, is spending a 30-day COMMISSION "
., Max 'Beverly of Winston Salem, vacation with her parents, Mr. and Shelley ConnellFuneral GROUP 1 :
N. C. who is associated with the Mrs. F. S. Parrish, 997 Garden
Juvenile Court there, is visiting his i Place. Pd. Pomfcol AdTdPd.br
parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Al Beverly I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross were services were held 'k Campaign Trtasunr air
on Bacgm"Point Road.. I I recent visitors in Tampa. Thursday afternoon in Belle Gladeat

the First Baptist Church for
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"VOTE FOR TAX
colm, former Belle Glade pastornow HOLD THAT LINE
I living in Jacksonville, con- :
ducted the services and burial was RE-ELECT

: ::i A. J.GAMOT Beach.in Hillcrest' cemetery in West Palm HAROLD TURNER

Survivors include two daughters, TO THESCHOOL
For City Councilman Group 2 Mrs. Robert E. Matthews, of Belle -
Glade and Mrs. Michael Murrow, of BOARD
Orlando; his mother, Mrs. W. B. DISTRICT 3
Connell; and six sisters, Mrs. Stella
To the Citizens and People,of Pahokee, I solicit your I Christine Norman, Mrs. :Mollie Who says: "I believe in-my record proves-I
support for my 'election to the City Council, Group 2, Stripling, Mrs. Lena Morrison: aUof. support-progressive school management, with
in the forthcoming May 8th election. I Moultrie, Ga., 'and Mrs. Alene I complete facilities for the best possible education -
Quattelbaum of Bradenton; two I for our children. My opponent wonts an -
I am deeply interested in the sound, economic growth I I brothers Carl, of Sale City, Ga., I immediate $15,000,000 bond issue. This is not -
of our community, a progressive system of civic and Wade, of Moultrie. necessary at this time. Until recognized educators -
government, with the interests of the community -- recommend so and we have the need, I will _
being upheld and served. COLUlINS.PAY. BIG DIVIDENDSBIG not approve additional taxes on your homes and
DIVIDENDS in Palm Beach
Having been a resident of Pahokee for 30 years, property County. .
councilman for four years, and having an active Harold A. Turner, Vice-chairman of the present

interest in:,tjie, 'betterment of our City, I feel I am ......., :1::'""___. .; I, j\F.\ School Board, has most' effectively.helped to increase
duly qualified.'''for this office. Your vote and supportwill /fOWDY FOLKS! school facilities and programs without additional
be deeply appreciated. taxes.
I am proud of the part I have
A. J. GAMOT
Harold A. Turner is able businessman devoted
played in reducing rates on an a -
your gas lights and telephone, family man. He is the only incumbent School
resulting in several millions of Board candidate.
PULL LEVER 7 7A dollars in refund checks and
I 11jjjS lower bills for thousands of cus-
tomers served by these utilities. Pull Lever 19A

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I Friday. May 4, 1962, The Everglades News,Canal Point, 1orida Pfcg j'fi i


t.rystirystfySYiritf r/rofr ssftYi V-J:: : -.: .. could serve them. They also sug-1 J 1
T/i- "'r:7l'1fth on tIe gested ways and means in whichwe 1I i I

could improve our assistance to
ELECT "- them and they agreed that in the I
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Doyle problems had been solved.I ,
had occasion a number of timesto

LEONARDBROWN C. Florida tell the story of Florida agri- !

culture on three network radio COMMISSIONER I ,,j IHAS
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shows, four local radio shows, to
a number of newspaper and trade
Recently it was my pleasure to journal reporters and last, but THESE ;
I make a trip to New York City on I certainly not least, to Merv Griffin -

I behalf of Florida agriculture, and I master of ceremonies for the
I while there I had an opportunity I national television show, "Play Qualitiesi
TO I to discuss mutual problems with Your Hunch." He was very grac- :+

the people who count in the distri-I ious to me and we discussed Florida -

bution and consumption of our ,oranges for several minutes HONESTY
quality fruits and vegetables.The I while millions of housewives

SCHOOLBOARD project was called the "Sec-I around the country watched the INTEGRITY !!
ond Annual Florida Fruit and Vegetable program. 1

Jamboree," and it followed Our important contacts made; I EXPERIENCE
I more or less the same pattern of during that visit will always be 1

the program held last year in thatI helpful to us. Our official touring I
visited with food editors, produce I party, composed of representatives PROGRESSIVENESS I
buyers, marketing officials and
I of various Florida agricultural
representatives of the press and I interests feel that the trip was an a THRIFTINESS

MAY 8th' radio. unqualified success. They believe, ,
You may well ask why did we as I do, that a better awareness I LEADERSHIP
repeat the same type of a programin and a more favorable impression

New York City? The reason is.of Florida agriculture was created LOYALTY

THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE that New York City and the entire by our personal contact, and that
Manhattan Area represent the na we'll see proof of this in the increased -
tion's largest produce market. movement of quality Flor-
LAKE LYTAL
Our statisticians tell us that ida produce in this important

: l (Paid Political Advertisement) more than 10 percent of Florida's I market.In .
entire fresh citrus crop is sold m i this day of increasing compe-
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the New York market and some 22 tition, only those who are alert to QualifiesAS
percent of all the vegetables we take advantage of the opportunities -
H-H'* produce is distributed to consumers afforded them, will survive.
ELECT a ... I in that area. When you consider This is just as true in agricultureas THE BESTCANDIDATE
the fact that our citrus and in any phase of business. It is

truck crops' gross value last year our plan to continue taking advantage -
Louis G.
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ion dollars, then I'm confident mote Florida and our agricultural !
TO I you'll realize why we went back industry. ,.y C
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DISTRICT 5' Pahokee Lions .
I ganizations and state agencies assisted -!I Buy :
West Palm Beach Realtor us in this promotional activity -I
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Mortgage BankerAppraiser .. some with finances, and a'
Youth Center Inc.
And Civic Leader ;: 'I number of others with souvenirs,|I I ,

PULL LEVER 23-A ON MAY 8th I produce for distribution and for! % d/: .
I use at the various events, publicity, Members of the Pahokee Lion's
4 (Paid Political Advertisement) ..' and assistance with helpful con- I Club, Incorporated, voted to purchase -
43"H+Hfrd iH tacts that meant much to the suc- the property of Youth Center r ,, .,'
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I all Florida agriculture, I want all : the luncheon meeting held Tues- "
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we are grate day. Present plans ,are to let it
VOTE FOR I ful for their cooperation. "I continue as a youth center and to I Lake Lytal Cooperates i
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s sOur improve it for use as a civic center.
II I bers In Resolving Their ::1
program during the three-) Members of the committee, were ..
District Problems. J
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4 i** Bill Copland day visit included"'trip'to"the"tomato also, given authority to ,sell the Lake Ly tal's Interest 'I -"

I I IJ auction, a tour 'through the'!three and a half lots owned by the Working for All the :
Washington Street market, a visit club on Barfield Highway. People of Palm Beach "
to the citrus auction. national and I Nominations for officers for County. EON
County Commissioner
t local radio and television shows, a 1962-63 were Kyle P. Scott and
J District 2 reception for food editors of news-I Glenn Brower for president; Frank MAY 8th BE SURE

Palm Beach County papers and magazines, and a I Tillis and A. J. Gamot for first VOTE FOE ,
1' Rs luncheon and dinner for buyers of I vice-president; Milton Salvatore J
"Member of Masonic Lodge""Anny '
Veteran"For @ our agricultural products and of- and Dr. R. C. Lane for second vice-
ficials of various markets. president; Chester Mullis for third
Courteous Attention Prior to our visit, special mer- vice-president; R. J. Schroder, LAKE LYTAL

For-Fair Zoning LAW Decisions chandising programs for Florida secretary; George W. Rashley,

For Fair Distribution of Road fruits and vegetables were set up treasurer; Charles E. Bradley and
Building Funds in more than 2,054 chain stores in Marion L. Wright for lion tamer; ---CO-

I For A Change the area, all designed to increase Mel Stanley and Noma Normanfor Mr. and Mrs. Leon Spooner and
PULL LEVER ISA i the movement of our products. tail twister; directors, in group Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vann visited
f t I This was a special activity of the I 1, Duncan Padgett and Wm. O. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Morgan, last
recently created Market Development Bentonand for director in group weekend in northeast Fort Laud-
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Section of our Division of 2, James H. Wilkinson. erdale.
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Marketing, and particular em- Brooks Henderson, president, -

phasis was placed on citrus, celery presided. Election of officers will Advertising people fop -all oj.g ..
.k and potatoes. 1{ take place at the meeting next Florida will convene.3ii Jacksonville =
I had many wonderful experiences Tuesday. May 10.12 when the 4th Dis-

during this trip but perhapsthe L trict, Advertising Federation of
most enjoyable were seeing .CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE America meets at the Robert
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Strawberries from my- hometown BIG DIVIDENDS I Meyer Hotel. ... ,?.*' .4

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many buyers complimented. our
Florida producers because of the
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quality
crops they are sending to
the market, and the food editors
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were quick to tell us how grateful FOR
they are for the many photographs -

,, recipes, and other aids .
sent them for their use. of Police
EXPERIENCED in GOVERNMENT Chief
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that they would be glad to use any

materials sent them for promotingour City Of Pahokee- May 8 Primary -
EXPERIENCED in BUSINESS agricultural products, for

creating a greater desire on the HonestFairImpartialCapableResident
part of housewives to purchase
them and to expidite the Palm Beach County and
EXPERIENCED in CIVIC AFFAIRS
ment of our fruits and move-I
tables through trade Pahokee for 31 years

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4 Years Military Police Service Over
Everywhere we went we were ,

i received with courtesy. and oper 2 years P. B. C. Sheriff's Dept.
arms. The people in New York

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fact, it amazed representatives -
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'.Page Six The Everglades News, Canal.Point, Florida Friday, May 4, 1962

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obedience to divine law Elder R. E.Barfield
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brings human redemption will be SUNDAY: ,
explained Sunday at Christian 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
Science church services. 11:00 a. .Morning Worship
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Featured lathe_ Scriptural passages 7OOp. m.-B. T. C.
i to be read is the story of 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship .
Jonah. The Lesson-Sermon is entitled WEDNDESDAY:
"Everlasting Punishment." 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
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First MethodistChurch I r Canal Point The Methodist Church I j,[ "Science and Health with Key to I 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS:

PahokeeRev. : Baptist Church Canal Point Florida j'the Scriptures" by Mary Baker 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary
Meeting.Rotarians .
:1 Eddy (p. 184): "Truth, Life, and

.T. C. O'Steen" Rev. Charles DStwart: Pastor Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Love are the only legitimate and ...-
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: eternal demands on man and they 1

8:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.-Church School are spiritual lawgivers, enforcing HearU
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship obedience through divine stat-
6:45 p, m.-MYF 6:30 p. m.-Training Urd n. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship utes."
7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship The Golden Text is from Psalm of Fla ProfessorDr.
TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: 130; "Let Israel hope in the Lord:
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir pray ,i' 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting. 3:15 p. .-Yowth Choir practice for with the Lord there is mercy,

ticeWEDNESDAY. a TUESDAY: and with him is plenteous redemption. Arnold Wirtala, professor of
: 8:00 Woman' ."
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Church Of God p. -
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions lat Tuesday music at the University of Flor-

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac: Barfield HighwayPahokee 2nd MONDAY: ---.s-- ida, was guest speaker at the

tice. I 7-80 p. m.-ESther Class meeting IN APPRECIATIONWe luncheon meeting of the Pahokee

Fla.J. WEDNESDAY: Rotary Club, last Thursday. Dr.
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I 7:30 Wirtala who was a member of the
W. Hughes, Minister p. m.-Prayer Meeting
take this means of expressing -
The Church Of God Phone 3736 .. !I l evaluation committee visiting in
--- .our sincere thanks to the
Of Prophecy Pahokee SUNDAY: many the Pahokee schools, last week,
I 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Missionary Group fine friends who were thoughtful spoke on the worth of the evalua-

Canal-Point Road 11:00 a/m.-Morning Worship during the passing of our loved tion and what the constructive re-
Witnesses Playlet"Teach one. The kind words, wonderful sults of it could be.
John H. Kfnard, paator 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistio Ser
10:06 a. m.-&mday School, viceTUESDAY flowers, cards and encouragement Robert O. Lampi, president, pre-
11:00 a. m.--Preaching Service : the Good in the Right all will long be remembered. Words sided over the business session.
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Way" was the theme of the play-I are insufficient to express our Vance Denton led the group in

8:00 p. m. Tuesday V. L. B. THURSDAY: let presented by Mrs. E. B. Gamble, heartfelt thanks. May each of you singing accompanied by Miss Alice
'8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ program chairman, at the meet-I be richly blessed for your thought- Hurt at the piano. Visitors, were
Everyone' welcome. Special muslfl I Service. ing of tile Woman's Missionary I fulness. N. T. Taylor, J. A. Ball and Fritz
and singing. -- Union held at the Pahokee First MRS. R. H. NEWELL Stein of Belle Glade and R. O.
I Baptist Church, Tuesday morning. AND FAMILY (Buddy) Lamp
.- First Baptist Others I
taking part in the playlet .
which dealt with Indians living
The Pahokee ChurchOf Church, PahokeeGuthrie
east of the Mississippi River were

The NazareneRev. W. Colvard, Minister Mrs. Wiley Tillis, ,Mrs. Don Col-I NOWTRAIL'WAYS

Sunday School 9:45 a. m. lier, Mrs. Edwin Todd and Mrs.
Max D. Jones, Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. David Unwin. Mrs. Guthrie Col-
433 Bacom Point Rd. vard the calendar of
Training Union 6:30 p. m. presented
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 $
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. prayer.

SUNDAY SERVICES: Wednesday Prayer :Mrs. H. E. Unwin, president, ....................................
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. Service 7:30 p. m. who presided, announced that the
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship.
A warm welcome to all. Faye Taylor Circle would sponsorthe
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. .A- GETS -TO
7:00 family night suppers during
p. m.Sunaay Evening
Evangelistic Service. St. Peter's Lutheran June.
It was reported that the Lottie
WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Midweek: Prayer Church, Belle Glade Moon and Grace Jernigan Circles ,4cNEWYORKFASTER

meeting. had contributed money for table'

"Where you are a stranger but August Koerber, Pastor and kitchen ware for the church
once". 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Mrs. David Unwin, GA director,

--- SUNDAY- : reported on the house party held
r Divine,Services 11 A. :M. recently in Delray Beach and announced -I
Holy Nativity I School 9:45 A. M. that four girls from the

Episcopal Church I -.e---- Intermediate group and one mother I

Pahokee St. Mary's Catholic would attend the conference in
Boca Raton on Friday. GA "F'ocus
ChurchFather
Week" will begin on May 13 and
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar ,
close with a coronation service at
-SUNDAY: Francis Fennech, Pastor
10 a. m.-Sunday School Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. the church on May 20.
11 I The Lottie Moon Circle was recognized -
Mass.
a. -Worship Service Confessions before
as having the most members -

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CARD OF THANKSWe .:
I NOW YOU CAN MAKE i wish to express our sincere <:: :: : over- our NEW

gratitude to all our many friends T East Florida
THAT DREAM REALITY! i for your kind generosity and loving -
,:1:1 : .sympathy at the recent passingof muteOur
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our loved one. We will always i
remember your cards, flowers.I new route along the
Home Financing eastern coastline cuts hours
t i food gifts and comforting presence -
offourMiamitoNewYorktrips.
in our time of sorrow. May t >t
Wa travel new
super-
each of you know our sincere

i Is 'Our Specialty may thanks know and Gpd's we pray blessing.that you also I .. highways.. Reclining Airconditioning. seats. Rest--

rooms. Vista-view win-
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WHETHER YOU BUY OR BUILD.. AND FAMILY. extra charge.
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Eight Tne Bvergladea News, Canal Point, Florid Friday, May -4, 1963Magistrate t


1 '\ Court._Judge Being ,Sworn InK .1 Harold Turner Is pKMVtf --,. -- ... \



Asking For School VOTE FOR 't .



K Board Job AgainThe Lloydundley


on
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experience the school

board of Harold A. Turner is the _FOR-
main factor which should re-elect
him next Tuesday in the Demo-

cratic primary, in the opinion of COUNCILMAN 1

= his friends in this area.
Two members of the school

A a board with a total of 24 years service GROUP 1
are retiring from the school
board. Those elected for these two

posts will be totally inexperienced.Two .

other members are now in Resident of Pahokee Since 1935 I
their second year of service: on the'

" school board. Turner, now in his

fourth year, has experience that is

: _; future.invaluable in looking toward the Qualified, Dependable and Loyal 1

Turner, well known and liked

I Ir here, is hailed for his solid, con- YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
servative actions, considers a $15-
000,000.00 bond issue for the I
WILL BE GREATLY
schools, his
f as urged by oppon-
a M ent in District 3, as unnecessary at
this time. He says he does not want APPRECIATEDPaid

more taxes placed on the Monies I

and properties of Palm Beach ( Political Advertisement) .
County until the necessity arises.
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As vice chairman of the school
board, Turner says, "All of Flor- I :::::
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ida recognizes the Palm Beach IN THE VISIT FOnT MYERSMr.
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Back in" 1961, following creation of the Magistrate Court in western County School system as one of Mrs. Venera Gertrude Weeks, ; .
: Palm Beach: county by the state legislature, James L. Tyson, Jr., the very best. I am convinced we I 1 Robert F. Fisher, Mrs. Wilfred J. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux,

was sworn in as"the new judge of that court by Judge Hugh MacMillian, can maintain high standards and : White, Velma Lucille Williams,i Mrs. M. F. George and Hazel
of the criminal court of record of Palm Beach county. Judge Tyson have a good school system and vote I Sheppard were visitors in Ft. My-
qualified as a candidate for a full four year term as judge and drew no for bonds only when school experts. Mrs. Emma Lee Taylor, Sue I
opposition therefore, in November he will be elected. Brooks, David Lee Simmons, Ed- ers Sunday. They attended a musical -
recommend such issue, and all
an
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ward Olsen, Mrs. Jeanette Whitak- program at the First Baptist
of us clearly see the need for additional I
.'Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Henderson I Serves In MarinesFor taxes for school purposes." er-Baby, Mrs. Betty Parker, Mrs. Church, put on by a choral group
Fannie Todd, Rollo J. Simonson, from Thomasville, Georgia. Miss
have as guests this week, his I Turner said a great deal has
20 Years I Mrs. Golden Irene Collier, Robert Lyndell Chastain,
brother, Ed Henderson, of Jack- Nearly been done for the handicappedpupil I II granddaughterof
sonville and his sister, Mrs. Lucy j I I and these programs will most Vernon Symms, Clinton Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Bordeaux, was a
I Mrs. Katie :Mae Gurr. member of the choir.yyffwwyff .
Smith of Miami. !I! From Oahu, Hawaii, comes a I certainly be continued. He said,

copy of "The Leeward View,"i I "We are beginning to make big I _
weekly publication of the U. S. strides in providing accelerated opportunities -I ;{_ 1'1'i1 J1'i11.t"' !I tt"' I '.'t1'il It"' ?t1'i1'l1'i!t1'it"I f t1'il 11'i1'lt"' !\t't1'if I ,Tf"TW'Tf.I I' .
+HtHHt tt+:-:-: :-: -: Ma-I -
tines in that area and it I for the superior stu ,

ACREAGE :X interesting story:; about CySgt Ben dent. We have been watching very, I ..LJ.. Gamot,. Candidate For City Council I!
When you think of buying selling + I F. Brooks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe I I carefully the matter of educational t:.
or trading acreage, call me., t I L. Brooks of Canal Point. The attractive TV. When we are able to do so I In Pahokee Asks the Voters To I I-I II
Let me help you to plan, buy, or publication carries two we will embrace the first opportunity -
X sell. No obligation t pictures of Sgt. Brooks, onp show- i to move into this field. Consider This Message As 3

ing him transmitting radio mes-, Teaching machines are being effectively >

H sage and another showing him repairing -!I used in some areas andI
: 8 I a radio, pointing out that:I I we are looking for their possible A Personal InvitationTo 3I I 3I

+ he does all radio repair work at I application. Special summer pro-
Camp Smith's amateur radio sta- grams are in the offing and the

tion. He has been in Uncle Sam's i tri-mester school year is probablynot support him in his race for a seat on
Thurmond W. Knight t service for, nearly 20 years. far distant."
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I Acreage REALTOR. 1.. the CITY COUNCIL.I .
Box 9998 Phone: 844-1S55 + Mrs. W. E. Golden spent the I ..Hal Dane Seeks Job 5
West Palm Beach, Fla. :!: weekend with her mother, Mrs. T.
On
++-ktKX :-t-: .: i M. Henry, in Vero Beach. County Board am planning thorough campaignand


ff'wyysfwyffW' ?? f, II I I I Hal Dane, of Boca Raton' is a want to see every voter between
I I candidate on the Republican tick- .

PARENTS! READ EVERY WORD OF THIS i et next Tuesday for nominationfor now and Monday night. However, incase R
County Commissioner in Dis-
MESSAGE IF YOU ARE SINCERELY trict 4. I miss will
I I you, you please consider
CONCERNED WITH YOUR OWN Mr. Dane said: "While it is always -

CHILDS ACADEMIC FUTURE! easy. to justify the spendingof this a personal appeal for your vote and
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more tax money, I believe the I<:
You Need At Least County income is now at a point support. -A. J. GAMOTFOR

a xxgq; .S41 One School Board where we can make reasonable
progress without new taxes. So I
With An
Member EFFICIENT -
am against the Ic increase
proposed -
}L 1 Academic Background in gasoline taxes and also' CAPABLE AND LEVER; 7A 7

.&," :>. Thousands of parents realize the increase in tax on cigarettes. HONEST SERVICE, PULL
: .. I that our school board needs: at "Be sure to vote Tuesday. Your'
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!' 4 G x Z least one member with academic support will be appreciated and (Paid Political Advertisement)

and teaching background as I long remembered." II I .1 I .lI I n nn; nin I JII{II;I ,I' LI
well as administrative experience I
to better cope with the
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vital problems of teachers and I ,
"w students. Proper school system JL i ""' '' .
planning includes more than
buying land and building I -
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schools; it also means academic
advances to better educate our R a RepublicansHal -

children and prepare them for
better job opportunities. As
your only school board cahdiI I 3 Hal Dane is the man to support for County Commis- -
date with an academic back- %5
Z sioner. Graduate University of Minnesota successful
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ground that includes two degrees, ,with high school and col Y w F ; -
lege-level teaching experience, and with business admims- business man who retired to Florida. Mayor of Boca
tration experience, Leonard C. Brown will be the watchdog of
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'S Raton. 1 /* years City Manager University Park. 5
your child's academic future. Leonard C. Brawn is sincerely
concerned with the education of your children and his own. years on P. B. County ,Resources Development Board.
Show sincere interest by electing an experienced educator k'' '
your I Knows the County and its affairs from intimate asso
to your school board. ,
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5.: ciation.
Graduate. Un!.of Georgia; Master of Science Florida State University.Age .
41. married. 4 children. Taught at Pahokee High School and ",+ 1
1 "I have no business, political, civic cr social conflicts to
Florida Southern College branch. Now P. B. County Veterans Service ?
Officer. Member P. B. County Democratic Executive Comm. "w %; keep me from being a full time Commissoner to see

VOTE FOR LEONARDBROWN C. I 1 that EVERY AREA of the County gets a fair deal and

\ y' Your and vote appreciated."
I k equal rights. support



;S. VOTE FOR HAL DANE
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 1-

(SCHOOL BOARD) Group 5 MAYS
ELECTIONPd. HAL DANE I
COUNTY-WIDE DEMOCRATIC
PoL Adr. PIJd'For By His Friends
PoL Adv. Authorized By Camp. Treas. \ I Ii

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