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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 1, 1964
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00385
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Road Projects In RETURNS TO GERMANYMrs. Recreation Area Brother's Funeral Airport ProgramPut

Held In Miami
John Gandy left plane
by
Glades PushedThe Thursday morning to join her hUs- Proposed On IslandPeanut On The RoadThe
band Sgt. John H. Candy who is Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers received -
stationed in Germany. She has word of the death of her
county commission :Monday been the guest of her parents, Mr. Island and its use as a brother Daniel C. Young 41. Mr. county commission this week
took initial steps to connect two and Mrs. H. C. Clark for the past recreational area which has be- Young died Saturday night in a took several actions which flashed --
sections of State Road 80 by the several weeks. She was accompanied come an issue in the Port of Palm Miami Hospital after a short ill- the green light for a $3 million
extension of Ave. G in Belle Glade. to Miami by her parents. Beach Commission election, was ness. He is survived by his wife, Improvement plan for Palm Beach
Commissioner Paul Rardin Ca- .. dropped into the laps of the Coun- Ruth five children, end one grand- International Airport.In .
nal Point, who pushed for the approval ty Commission Monday. / child; his mother Mrs. Sarah this order the board approved
of a right of way purchase, 4-H Club Program The Port Commission offered to Young, and 10 brothers and sisters. the following actions:
said the connection was an important lease a portion of the island to the Funeral services were held Wed- Approved a feasibility report
link in the Glades road system. I county for $1 a year for 20 yearsif nesday April 29, at 4 p. m. at drafted by Harold Wilde repre-
The Board had an offer to purchase -i Awards GivenThe the county agreed to four pagesof Philbrlck-Vickers Funeral Home sentative j of" Connell and Associates -
a 660 foot strip of land for I'' provisos which were part of the Miami Shores.Funeral. .. which will provide the back-
?;,ooo. The board approved the lease agreement. ground for a $3 million bond issue
purchase subject to a final check 4-H club District 10 Events The county commissioners listened ServicesT. to finance the work. The report
of land values.Commissioner. program was held at Camp Clover- while County Attorney Harry approval was recommended by a
Rardin also told leaf Lake Placid, April 2426. The Johnston, read the lengthy Invol- committee mode up of County Attorney
the board that a $21,000 damage Belle Glade Rams team, consisting ved proposal and then dedclded it Frank ThompsonThomas. Harry Johnston, C. T. Mc-
action for land damaged in a road of Drew and Jack Payne, Jerry should be referred to the attorney Creedy the county's fiscal agent I
construction program, has been Nehls and Jim Baker was award. for further study. and W. C. ,Goss, county fiscal ad- i
dropped. A letter setting out the ed the red ribbon as a Parliamentary ; Among other requirements, the Frank Thompson, age visor. ,
damage claim, had been received Procedure. Team.In county if it took over a part of 56 of 252 Carissa Drive, Pahokee The commission instructed its ..:
from Sam Senter Farms saying the Farmers Cooperativa the island assumed responsibilityfor passed away. Sunday night aftera attorney, its engineer! } and airport
sugar cane acreage had been dam Demonstration the red ribbon wan. J liability insurance on the park; long illness. He has been a resident I director to immediately preparean
aged by a dragline working on awarded to Nancy Harrington | ed to be named to dredge out tho of the Glades since 1925 com application for Federal Aid to
Ramie Road.In and Teddy McCall. insurance for a contractor expect- ing here from Wauchula. He was. help finance the improvement pro-
other actions the commission: The Plant and Insect Identification inlet; agree that port commission a native of Toombs County Ga. : gram.
Heard that the county will be ex- contest was awarded six blue could remove spoil from the He was employed by the City of Called on local architects interested -
empt from charges by the State ribbons, and two white ribbons to island without restriction and Pahokee as building inspector. He in the project, to cone up
Road Department for moving Chris Riley Mike Sholtis and agree to assume responsibility for was a member of the First Baptist with some preliminary ideas duringthe
heavy equipment over the'' state John Riley of the Jupiter Club and proper police protection on the Church and an active Deacon. lie next month in order that the
road system. Nancy Harrington of Canal Point. island. was also Superintendent of tho board may select a firm to draft
Turned over a surplus fire truckto John Causey, Jr., of Belle Glade One other provision in the agree- Port Mayaca Cemetery and n. plans for the new airport complex
the Reservation Volunteer Fire was awarded the blue ribbon in the ment stipulated that the Port member of the Belle Glade Masonic which will include a new terminal
Department at Lantana Airport. Talent contest. (Continued on Page 8) Lodge.He 'building on the northeast, cornerof
t Approved a resolution naming .. _:1 is survived by ,ills wife }-Ir the field.Approved. .
Lake Mangonia in, \Vest'Palm "'. .;#11 'Carolyn Thompson: Pahokee;' 3 a resolution, subjectto
Beach as a fish management area. ., of brothers Wilmer of Jupiter Ern final check of land description
Voted to start a pilot project' on ;: est of West Palm Deach and Ed- and legal phrasing, asking the
:Military Trail to try out a new p9ir -fl ward of Silva North Carolina. FAA to release a 600 acre tractof
system of street markers. Three sisters, Mrs. Lady Franke land south of the airport In order
- and Mrs. Oretha Kirchman of Belle that the county can sell the
Glade and Mrs. Ora Powell, Paho- /hand, using the funds to help underwrite -
Last Rites Held kee. costs of, the airport re
Services were held Tuesday nt habilitation.

H. L. (Pop) SearsHiram 1:00: p. m. at the Paliokee First \
m Y Baptist Church with Rev. Guthrie I IWoman's
:f : Colvard officiating. Active PallBearers
Lamar Sears age 79 of were Lloyd Hundley : Club Has
Lake Shore Drive Canal Point, Wiley Tillls, T. C. Yon David Un- ,
died Tuesday after a short illness. win W. O. Moss and Mitchell Kirk. Theatre Luncheon
He has been a resident of Canal Honorary Pall Bearers were :
Point since 1929 coming here from Walter Ashley, Henry Elfers M. :
Alamo Ga. He was 'a member of ,*3: 4 P. Stanley Lee Wroten, Jimmle The Pahokee1 Woman's Club held I
the Methodist Church. Before his Batchelor. 'R. C. Woofter, K. E. l.helr annual "TheatreLuncheon"Wednesday I
retirement, Mr. Sears was a Zone Hood. Gene Butler and Ralph 22. The luncheonwas
s April
Foreman for United States Sugar vj--1 Crimes Interment was at Port held in the fellowship hall of
Corp. 1/+ :Mayaca Cemetery.
the First Methodist Churh. Mrs.
He is survived by his wife Mrs. C. M. Todd welcomed guests of

c Ella Sears, Canal Point four sons +, ;, Lion Of Year Will members And members of the Belle
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Harlan and Pope, of Canal Point n Glade, Woman'* Club>Mrs.: E. B.
Robert of: Pahokee and ,Emory of: Gamble gave ''the invocation.
Fort Pierce;: four daughters :Mrs'' qi Be Named May 5 Following the luncheon Mrs.
..;; ( J. H. Miller 'of Canal Point;; Mrs. M 'hr. ,N Yfr Spooner announced the title of the
Blanche' Werner. of ,Ocean Side .
# movie and escorted the ladles to
Calif. Mrs.: E. F.: Hollon' of 'Paho ? /7/ At the meeting of the Paholtee the Prince Theatre where they
kee and Mrs. H. W. Murphy of ; Lions Club this week nominations viewed a private showing of "Love
Clewiston; one brother and two .K.- ': ; r / were made for the awarding of tho and, Desire"". Mr. Lewis Friend .
sisters 21 grandchildren and eight Ralph Stanley Memorial Plaque hospitality.chairman, and her committee -'
great grandchildren. This award is awarded annually to were in charge of arrangements -
Services were held today at tho the Lion of the Year. .
Canal Point Methodist Church % 1 ; Nominees whose selection Is
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with Rev. Robert Shelley officiat 4.- ,. based on service to the club and - -
the community include C. W. Pell
ing.Active Pall Bearers were: Grady Frank Rozelle James Van, Classmates Will I

Echols, Prentice Turbeville Ray George Rashley and Kyle ScotC. Meet After 39 YearsThis
Hawk. Mel Paul Ray Singletaryand They will be voted on in a secret
Earl Maxson. Honorary PallBearers ballot at the May 5 meeting but
Sunday the home of Mr.
were: W. A. Cross Grady the winner will not be announced
Boynton ESmer Maxson, W. K. until he is presented with the and Mrs. W. H.: Kemp will be the
Buchanan Clint Tucker Oliver plaque at the installation dinner scene of a reunion between two old
Shepherd. Bill i Gallck. Albert the last of June. classmates when,Mra. Kemp meets
Ptemd Rubin Barfield and Boyd Celebrating their SOth wedding anniversary April 12: were Mr. and Mrs. Guest speaker was Dr. Tom Car- Mrs. L. W. Jenkins after a period
Vorhees. Interment was at Port H. Grady Boynton of Canal Point Florida. They were honored at a penter of Clewlaton who showed of 39 years. (
Mayaca Cemetery. small reception by their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.' Joe motion pictures and told of his ad- Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Kemp attended .
... Tom Boynton and their daughter: and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. Rudy ventures deep sea fishing: for black school in Keysville, Ga..
PTA INSTALLATIONNew Faulk at the Boynton home in Pahokee. Attending along with a few marlin swordfish and tuna in the and had lost contact with friends were another daughter: and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Max Bev- Pacific ocean and off the coast, of other until the recent death of :Mrs,
the Canal PointP. erly of Ochlochnee Georgia, two grandchildren from out-of-town; Mrs. Peru. Jenkins uncle printed in the hometown I
officers of Horace Hartsell and family of Lake Wales and Joe Edward Beverly of .. .
T. A. will be installed at the paper .reached Pahokee. A.
Athena Georgia and his fiancee Miss Mary Beall of Louisville Georgia.
May 4 meeting W. E. Blackwell, Other grandchildren are Wayne Bruce Kathy and Laura Boynton Tom Miss Brenda Unwin and Miss sympathy card by return mail
president win preside. The meeting Faulk and Ken Beverly. Mr.- and Mr*. Boynton were married in Polk Becky :Mackey we r fJ' weekend brought a reply and,now the two
will be held in the school cafe-. County Florida April 12. 1914. and lived there until coming; to Canal gnests of Mia Yvonne Thompsonat will meet to discuss old times andj 1t q\
torium at 8:00 p. m. Point in 1928 where they have lived since that time. Stetson University in Deland. compare notes on the past years 1\1
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returned to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myer and Mr
Mr. and Mrs. George Hagias of Ed Thompson has ,
Carolina and :Mrs. Homer Latham of Ft.
Yulee, Fla., and Mr.and Mrs. Craig.,his home in Sylvia, North :
to' Miami
the Illness Pierce motored Sunday
called here by
Marsh of Callahan Fla., were the after being
I I plans to remain for
brother Mr. Myer several -
weekend guests of :Mr. and Mrs.I I ana aeath of his weeks.
f 1 Claude Shirley. ,I I Frank Thompson.

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.The Ra din Building: In Canal.Point, Florida

THE' LAKE OKEECMOBEE REGION HOME OF
KIRKRETURN I

THE EVERGLADES' NEWSServing

the Lako OKeechobee: Farming Region Without
Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years KIRK AS SHERIFF-
Established March 11, 1924 - Published Every Friday
Subscription Price $2.00 Year: In AdvanceThe There Is No Substitute For Experience

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter

Paul Rardin - - Owner, Editor Publisher 32 Years ExperienCe .

BIRTHDAY PARTY NEW GRAND DAUGHTERMrs.
Mrs. J.: C..Mock entertained her Arthur Bush received word Palm Beach Law Enforcement
sister, Mrs. Georgia Hooks with a this week of the birth of a new-
surprise birthday party Thursday grand daughter born April 27 in 16 YEARS AS SHERIFF OF P. B. COUNTYIn
.April 23, at her home: Wishing Jacksonville to her daughter and Established
Kirk the Civil
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Know Today
:Mrs.: Hooks a h pp /'blrthday were, son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. HaroldR. the Sheriffs Department as you -
Uniform Road Patrol Sheriff's Posse,Crime Lab, Ballistic Lab.
IMrs. J. P. .Herring:; Mrs. Mary Elder. Dept., Criminal Dept., .
:Waxey, Mrs. Arthur Bush, Mrs. W. -- Harbor Patrol, Jr. Deputies, Sub Stations and 2-Way Radio System, as a Member and
H. Kemp. Mrs. C. R. Wroten Mrs. Mrs. R. T. Smith plans to leave Past President of the Florida Sheriff's Assoc. KIRK Helped 'Start the Fla. Sheriff
W. I.. Boatwrlght.and Mrs. Bill' Saturday to attend the Postmasters Bureau and Fla. Sheriffs Boy's Ranch.

"Vnwin. convention in Ft. Lauderdale. PULL LEVER 23A FOR A MAN OF PROVEN EXPERIENCEPaid

( Political Advertisement)

VOTE FOR KELLY HE WILL BRING THE BIBLE ____,_ __ ___u___ ____ _, ___ ___,--- __ _______ __ -- ---,- -- -'-. --- -
AND PRAYER BACK TO OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS! .

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PLATFORM EMPHASIZESPolice :-

Service to Unincorporated Areas.

Job Security Attract Qualified Personnel.

< L dership'Dignity and Integrity in the

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Mom with the year-round time and
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MAY 5th saver-an extension phone.
. Choice of colors and styles, to suit the spot she'd like it most-bedroom!

ELECT A QUALIFIED MAN kitchen, Florida room, patio.To order, call your Telephone Company Business -

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TAYLOR-MADE FOR THE JOB OF SouthernExercise
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May 1,"1964 _Everglades New' Canal Point Florida 3343* Page Seven
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POR SALE OR RENT: 40' x 50 75Uj BIRTHDAY MUSIC RECITAL J'ohnKirk J'r."Is SAVAJ4NAJ1, VISITORS-
Mr. and' Mrs. J. L.
McCall had
warehouse. J. H. Wilkinson was honored I Mrs.: Guthrie Colvard will pre-
front
Large door has '
] FSU GraduateJohn as recent guests her !sisters! and!
music in recital
with a surprise family birthday sent her a on
concrete ramp. Back door has brothers-in-law :Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
party in celebration of his 75th Friday, May 8th in the FellowshipHall rk
ground level entrance. Floor atress ati Frank Jr., son of Mr. Dickson of Blackshear, Ga., Mr.
Church,
birthday, Wednesday April 22 I of the First Baptist
and Mrs. John F. Kirk, Sr., of and Mrs. W. G. Brazell and Mi8Flora'
will handle fork lift with load. No the home of his daughter and fam- Pahokee, Florida. The time will be 4
428 29th Street West Palm Beach, Roberson of Savannah, Ga.
posts in building. Will rent for 5100 ily, Mr. and Mrs._Bill-Shirley. .I 7:45 p. m. .. .. graduated April 18, 1964, from the ... ..

per month.Will give lease or termson Florida State University in Talla- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bush, Bobby
:Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Palmer of| Mrs Sandra Courtney and Chap
purchase. Call or see Vic Geigerat hassee. Bush and Mrs. Arthur Bush planto
Lakeland were the recent guests of and Connie, were the recent guestsof
310 :Mr. Kirk, Jr., was awarded his leave this weekend to visit Mr.
Barfield Phone
Highway.
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Arthur I: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
924.2591 in Pahokee. Bush. ]Frick. Bachelor of Science degree from and Mrs. Harold Elder and small
I, the Department of Criminologyand daughter in Jacksonville. Mrs. Eld-
__ n___ ._ ..____ ___ --.- --.-- -. --- Corrections with major em- er is tho former Betty Bush.
phasis'In the area of Law Enforce-

..., ment Administration. Mr. Kirl:
graduated with a 3.0 (3-B) averagoin
Law Enforcement Administration -
and was considered: one of the
JOEL T. top three Law Enforcement students -
in his graduating class, ac-
i cording to Mr. Norman Pomrenke
';:i Head of the Law Enforcement
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DAVESDemocrat Section of the Department of
Criminology and Corrections.
0 Mr. Kirk, Jr., is presently con
+ sidering employment opportunitiesoffered
l him by the St. Louis, Mis-
souri, Metropolitan Police Depart-
Palm Beach County ment in the Office of Planning and
Research and two federal Law
Enforcement Agencies.Mr. .
STATE REPRESENTATIVE ze Kirk is presently residing at Elect Lever 22A

Drive in Tallahassee,
1017 Marys
GROUP 1 1Rccont
with his wife, Cleo, and two child-
of 1'nltlic S ren. He has been employed full HUGHBROWN
time since February, 1962 with
the Leon County Sheriff's Office.

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THE FLORIDA FAMILY DICKINSON (A Daily Feature)

6EEDADI "' FACT is, DVVIGHT we ARE A WHEN YOUR DAD IS SHERIFF
DIDN"r KNOW FLARIDA LEADING FARM STATE. OUR GOVERNOR,
OKAY COWBOY... HAD SO MANY FARMERS AND RANCHERS WE'LL DEVELOP ''
ROUND 'EM UP; CATTLEWORK MILLIONS NEW MARKETS :y'o ,
OF ACRES AND PRODUCT
AND BRING *- QUALITIES IN : DON'T VOTE For
/MILLIONSOF A .uNITED
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i a DOLLARS: SUNSHIfMESTATE Campaign' Money
TO FLO IDA/
PROGRAM/

VOTE for 27 years of'

Proven Ability as Boca Ru- "-

ton Policu Chief.

PROGRAM:

Accident Prevention-Dept
Training Program Civil
Service System EfficientUse

C f.O.D.1$64> Pd.Pol.Adv. of Tax Monies-Youth-

FREE! DICKINSON FAMILY DAY PICNIC, SUNDAY MAY\ 3. CONNIE MACK\ FIELD-LAKE AVENUEAT Police Program

IRIS-WEST PALM BEACH-STARTS AT 1 P. M. (Paid Pol. Adv.)

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Help "BUD" pull in the RIGHT DIRECTION! BUSINESS FOR INTEGRITY

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_,,_ PULL THAT LEVER. FOR WEAVERand- send GOVERNMENTALEXPERIENCE

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I E.W.BUD" ( ) EXECUTIVE
WEAVER SAYS: "On April 20), opponent: raid ADMINISTRATION

a Delray Beach audience Be had missed only 2 WEAVER VOTE FOR"UNCLE

meetings in 20 years. Know ,what the fact is? -'
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County Commission records in the Court House .
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show that Mr. Rardin has missed 49 regular and s;. into the. .

48 special meetings . a total of 97 misses In 1 s / B 1M"I H

the last 1Q years alone!" <', 4. y'Yd I

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Glades District ..a. GAtOtNS 'Il y0

No. 5 M. AIM REACH ARK

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portant'' Glad** Area'can \ ,. i , 1
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;-.r.: part ''tlmo commissioner VJ ';

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overlooks avary other part, :of BEACH District 3 ,

the county. Twenty,yean domination ROYNTON '

U enough! Vote WaavarllPALM DEiRAr COUNTYCOMMISSION

BEACH COUNTY

ROCA RATAN ,
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IT'S TIME TO ELECT BUD, WEAVER

When you vote for favorite
. and get the Glades back in Palm Beach County. Too SUp WEAVER County Commission candidate.your .remember -

long It has. been an area too little understood . too little interest that ar. my mgt own'only home real and estate 3
t and . will be your F U L L TIM popular Uncle Blm business. locations -
identified with the rest of the county. Elect BUD'WEAVER in Palm Beach County. Am a
County Commissioner. The job successful businessman with 4
help pull two great regions together. eventful yean of governmental
is important and he will give Itt experience behind. me. X can bring
; Well trained and qualified by experience and temperament, to the County Commission the kind. t
; BUD WEAVER will think and work cooperatively In terms of ALL his full attention. of and close community cooperation that between holds county down .

Beach . the Glades. and the coastal areas. taxes In both. Let' work together to
,2,: Palm County great beat the cost of both county tail
,.,. town administration. A good place
to start is by electing Uncle BIm.
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.. Friday, .May,1, 1934
', Page Four The Everglades News. Canal Point.., ,.Florida! 33438-- .
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: and :Mrs. Lee Shirley and Mr. and Mrs..Jimmy Palmer of I . . '.
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children. Chris and' Leigh Ann Lakeland were the recent guests ':J ;:'c-:;, '
were weekend visitors at Singer of her sister-in-law Mrs. Arthur '

Island. .... Bush. .- ... .- If you knew...really knew...
Mr, and :Mrs. J. T Williams and Mrs. Horace Unwin la able,tq be
family were weekend visitors li\\ out after being confined to her all the benefits of this
Ocala. home for a week due to illness.

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Y. GLADESGETTING E
K ,fit f7KwK PALM BEACH INLET
Improvements ...........................:....$3,944,826
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S,"-> hU wife Ruth & children. Kathy Tommy Bobby ,E I GLADES Improvements BASIN ........................:.....5 8,260
FEOERS' (From the Port Audit)
IS YOUIC PRESENT ASSISTANT STATE
ATTORNEY-VOTE FOR HIS PROMOTION TO STATE
ATTORNEY John Rybovich, Jr., believes there should be a more
equitable($ distribution of benefits throughout the! En-

KEEP TIRE Port District . in fact . John Rybovich fa\

ors cutting: back the Port's present heavy operating .
VIGOROUS but Impartial prosecution in the State Attorney's
Office. expenses to reduce taxes. Present Port policies leave
little money for needed Glades Basin improvements % '-
.> EXPERIENCE with BOB KEOERS. Present Ass't. State
Attorney former Ass't. County Solicitor. . it's time to change . time to vote for Leadership.'
instead of Dictatorship.
ACHIEVEMENT in the State'! Attorney's Office-Municipal
Judge; Plantation and Lauderhlll; admitted to practice U.
VOICE YOUR PROTEST
S. Supreme Court U. S. District Court. All Florida Courts.
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.i CIVIC-MINDED BOB FEGERS in the State Attorney's VOTE FOR i;. 'NYC
Office-member; Knights of Columbus, Little League.P.T.A.,
Kiwanis, Democratic Club Chamber of Commerce (past irttP*>Wlcal
president!! ).

QUALIFIED FEOERS in the State Attorney's Office A'-t----I'
Practicing:Attorney Attended F. S.U.,U.of Fla., U.of Miami
Association.(Business and. Law Degrees), Member Florida Prosecutor's

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State Attorney YOU TURN THE BRIGHT SEARCHLIGHTOF

DEMOCRAT : r
(Paid Political Advertisement) TRUTH ON THE REAL REASONS MY OPPON--

ENTS ARE in this' Race for County Commissioner?

ANDREWS SAYS .

1. "Count on past performance . WHAT'S THE BEST TEST '

RUTH L SHEPARD Not promises!I" .. off a Candidate's' qualifications Just road ..
2. "Build i "roatt i ? by Traffic Count'. this partial ,list of outstanding citizens :

COUNTY ... .., .. not:for"special" : or personalInterests who 4 ,knotfANDREWS and recommend 'A4pY' : -'I<1".w '
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Ruth L. Shepard will conduct the Supervisor of t 3. "Let's spend County Tax Monies '. ' 1 ; :rJ"f.1" "
Joseph Amstori 'j see'1'4
David; .
Registration office with dignity and ,efficiency.She o.Max
with Local Business Firms and .Charles Austin .
wUr treat the office as public trust and will People!" .W. V. .lvmw .H.P.rin KleinleinC D. lwiG .
conduct |Jis affairs in the business like this Hrm
manner Cpt. n Boon> 'org* E. LongmanUwrnc
4. "Civil Service for
equivalent
office deserves. Courteous service to ALL of the or .H ln O. BrMly W. Myr
people in Palm Beach County. Qualified County Employees I .. Drvry J. BurchttRichard .Karl Proppcr
5. Advancement and C. Caster .W. D. Shields
"Equal Pay
By Education opportunities Dale Cline .HillUrd: T. Smith Jr.
i for Qualified C
ounty.
Beatrice .
Crafty
Qualified: By Experience Women Employees!" .Ruth R. Dolly .Earl Walter H.L.Taft Snydcr

By Administrative Ability 6. "Let's give local folks First Opportunity .Jack Faircloth I :L. R. Tanner
Joseph J. Oallo !.. Thompson '
at Higher Paying County Robt C. Greer III, D.O. .Clem C. TrunnellRoyco ..
PULL LEVER Jobs!" .Bernard, Gurfclis VancUr Voord
Mary R. Hatten .
Carl Walker
7. "Cooperative effort Will Open
36ATo 1-95 and Military Trail to South VOTE. FOR

i ;: County Line! '
Elect 8. "Let's Elect a man Known and He"ANDY" ANDREWS
___ spected hy County and \

Ruth L ShepardSUPERVISOR 9. 'Representatives Let's Elect a man!" dedicated to DEMOCRAT

the People not his own business COUNTY -
promotions or interests!I" ,

OFREGISTRATION 10. "Let's Elect a man whose Proven COMMISSIONER I I
Ability Will Bring Dignity and ,
Trust to County affairs." MAY' Sth, 1964. "--- A. .y '
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May; ',1,'1964 '
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,:, F : + : ::1 0"" ,' County Commissioner Paul TILE EVERGLADES NEWS I .
;; <'t ttii \ t' i '(An Editorial) In the Glades' Be Sure to, See and Hear
It Ite
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4.'f''l y: RARDINSEEKS '
I
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Yf i ;' E.W. (Bud) WEAVERon

fj'{ RE-ELECTION AS .. ,'It.;"\ i'f, Television t

,<; 'N 'E
'I Bud's TV Schedule: -
,.:r if; CountyCommissioner -

APRIL 3O, May 1 and May "

I 5:40 p.m. on Channel 5 WPTV ,

and 5:50 p.m. on Channel. 12 WEAT. ,
DISTRICT 5 IN THE GLADES The "Open Letter from E

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY W. Weaver" printed along side
this column was written by
Qualified For The Job Frank Wright's Office a millIonaire's
Ix publicity concern .,
I Ability with offices in the Palm Beach Ait A I
Integrity More New County Roads Towers Hotel in Palm Beach. OpfA.fet ., .
County Hospital Mr. Wright is being paid with
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Know-How
Improvement of PBIA ;f celery money coming from Mr.
Experience Serve All Citizens Alike :!: Weaver's rich celery growing: '
Leadership Economy In Government f friends in Lake Harbor and ,JO tAe >!

Progressive Rardin Is NO Fence Straddler ;f South Bay.'I ,
X GladuW&W&l. '
\LI (I WI
RARDIN FAVORS AND WORKS FOR
ri"'lri"'I'r1It'l'lrr"lr7?

: TOURISMINDUSTRY =Z 1= :;com; . '

THE BIG 3 :.t .'
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AGRICULTURE : world, people like and m'e are :, .
'" many parts of the you .. 'i
Rardin established the Open Door Policy on the County t tt 'IN a privilege which ;is priceless the right to cast : ... I'

Board in 1951 and there have been no secret meetings ... a free independent vote. .y.

t since that date. :!: You won't find a man As busy. you .,. In the Glades' do find time to vote '.\
(Paid Political Advertisement)
: I : I : : I : = : : : : :+HHHoHH.o+-HI -:-:-:-:-:-:-:. west of 20-mile Bend Who In Tuesday's election.) Vote as you please but vote.f: t tIt'

returned preaches the Glades and its not 'long ballot. But It can be the most important f).t
Mrs. J. A. Groover of West Palm Mrs. Robert Shelley has products more than does Mr. a :. \
before the peopl. of the Glades. for four years.
Beach is the guest of her daughterand from Saltvllle Virginia where she Rardin. election
I family Mr. and Mrs. J. P. was called due to the illness of her I refer specifically to the County Commission race District 'i

Parker. mother. 5. which is the Glades. Since no Republican offered,
there will be no later contest. With just two of us, Tuesday's .:.',

j Commissioner Rardin gives election is it. There can be no run-off later e,1.

VOTE MAY 5th VOTEHAYDON full time to the job and is as In this race it's E. W. (Bud) Weaver against the 'incum "';;,"
near the people as the telephone bent. For the first time 'In eight' years the office holder has \

been challenged. It's Bud Weaver, and a fresh deal for the :.'.
V ( JI (I WI VJIIS'f Glades, or, a continuation' for another four years of the part- ;. l'
time representation that you've had for 20 years. ''fl.

Many people say the present commissioner has had the a

BURNSGOVERNOR job I long enough. Frankly I agree. I've lived and worked as "", ,
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a drainage, water control engineer in the Glades almost the :,;,
whole 20 years Mr. Rardin has been the part-time commis- ,
Majority Rules sioner.i "It's really time for a change" is what you hear more I

and more ".... f '1
With Rardin In ,
Is it possible a man can get such a hold, such a grip ;
All Matters on an office that he thinks he owns It? No man should feel I
itself. Is it possible a man in 20 ., '
office years
bj-iiiMii&aia I I _iiViMMJij I VJI iiMMK tiS bigger than the
ti m-f '"snffisfiFtfRFtitf can develop attitudes, methods of dealing with his constituents .
that reveal favoritism on the one hand, haughtiness,

What Mr. Weaver's ghost arrogance on the other? "
OF FLORIDA writer didn't say was that all Mr. Rardin has missed a lot of meetings. He must not ,;\
but two of the meetings were himself realize how much he has been absent for just the 1"1

excused absences when Com. other night he told 100 or more people at Delray Beach that :
Rardin was in State Road in 20 years . only two
he had missed only two meetings
Board meetings in Ft. Lauder- :
Burns Will : '
: dale or Tallahassee or in con meetings In 20 years. ,\ J,
show? The last
what the records
know
ventions sanctioned by the full But do you '
board. 10 or'nearly half the time he's been in office, Mr. Rar- ;i .:: "
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PRESERVE HOMESTEAD\ _x g "-'IIV"I __I WI V"I (I V"YI V.JI ... din years has missed 49 regular and 48 special meetings t.. \ ,:' t {

EXEMPTION '' ,f1r 'ft'fr, ? l l l'lif"d: :rr- total of 97 misses. '

Elect E.,W. (Bud) Weaver Tuesday and you will'get .
COMMISSIONER. I will strive to be j
PRIORITY TO A FULL TIME COUNTY
GIVE TOP
A
wife '
T the kind of public servant for you that will make my 1.1.
COMPLETION INTERSTATE proud of her husband; my two daughters and my son proud'
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HIGHWAY 95 0; their father.
THROUGH PALM BEACH :: Commissioner Rardin has You in the Glades will have a County Commissioneryou
an office in the Glades Office I'll have an office ';
can talk to, who will listen to you. .
COUNTY AND COMPLE- Building (The building he and if I am not in, there will be someone ..
County'Building
in the "
planned and had built for
TION OF OTHER MAIN f Glades people to use) and to see you or answer the telephone in my, behalf. "I

ARTERIAL ROADS IN another office in., the courthouse If 1 lam* not (fn fhe Belle Glade office, or out amng, ,trie$1 t.
A not, to mention ',the of- people ario)'proiectd'lf..he| Glad; I TIL I be elsewhere in tr7o) *.i';; 1, i

GLADES, AREA.. '*H*. Z':'J ...... .. fice he maintains FREE TO county! working foe you or! in, thy, ipunty ',c&urj nouse" 'at ,* .,: t
THE COUNTY' In' his newspaper Weaver( goingito Ge on the lob& for you
Bud ",
OPPOSETHE PUBLIC'ACCOMMODATIONS SEC., office in Canal 'Point. meetings. ,for there is lot.to be' b ne. b'1, g9tt l( '; .,.l. J
ATTACK ON OUR jll, the time, ,.>il'n nol\ T* i
CIVIL RIGHTS BILL AS AN -- -------.... Is ., .
FREE ENTERPRISE SYSTEM., ......llRI"_'_,......_._,__......... One thing wo haven't s..ri those. Us .twenty year farm j to jl t
,.', ... ,.... something. I promise you . a master-plan for '
OPPOSE ANY TAX ON FOOD OR MEDICINE. market roads. Wo need such a plan very urgently. Wo I'want '
no more. roads built on a, personal' preference basis.., j ;

PROPOSE REPEAL OF THE AUTO-TRUCK TAG need'more visitors in the Glades, we need more 1" '
How long is long enough"? We . .
INCREASE. understand the Glades. I was appalled when.I'j.I _
Do you dismiss school teachers people to t .
find Mr. Rardin*,
out
the coast to
when they gain 20 years of experience started my campaign on
PROVEN PROGRESS ? Do you dismiss simply was not known that he had not gotten out among '.I
diesel mechanics when they people, city officials community:, leaders, to learn county-
Burns Means BusinessPaid reach 20 years experience? wide problems.,It is going to be different with ,Bud Weaver. '
What "hear and the Glades throughout Palm
you more I am going to be a champion of
( For By Friends of Haydon Burns) more" Is written by Mr. Weav- Beach county work with the other commissioners in,a cooper 'J..
e r's millionaire's publicity tive way. That has not been the rule; of late. It's all 1"tI:.

ers.man in the Palm Beach Tow- going to be of benefit to the Glades, believe me. .

Let me, ask you to do next Tuesday for E. W. (Bud) ,

I Y V.JI VLro Weaver what you did for Mr. Rardin 20 years ago. He asked
!'"rolt'"lTtW to elect him over the man then In office. I ask you
you NOW if you don't think 20 years is long enough for a man
don. what he hoped to do.
How to hold' on, to have
Again
Longs
be the kind of r
chance to
Give E. W. (Bud) Weaver a
b [ Long: Enough ? public office holder you want, and that he pledges to be .

in your behalf. When you go into the voting booth Tuesday .:
and The Lord know how you 'will vote. The Lord
1I1 1I1 _JIY "VIJIIJI.l.V..Itn Ilfn. only you ;!
J"rr! }.'fIre}.'f-! rr...,.HOW'._,_, f) knows I need your ,vote to enable, me to work'for, you1 .'''.
thai! be grateful 'for 'your support* I,. p

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:Mr.; and Mrs. Clyde G. Ely of ,, g. .
(Belle ,Glade, announce the birth fo The motion for the-'donatlon was ReElectSPESSARD
a daughter, Melinda Gay, Born made by ;.Mrs. Florence, ndrose.The .
group also voted to make it
April '23. custom to present a .. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Ray Moore, a past presi t : ..
dent's pins to all
outgoing presi-
of Belle Glade, announce the birth
of a daughter Tammy Lynn, Born dents. The meeting was held in the
Elks Club with Mrs. Billie Kolstad..
April 25.Mrs. HOLLANDUnited
,,0" _ president, presiding..-.-- itfE

Claude Shirley
WMU WILL MEET MAY 5
:. Has Birthday PartyMrs. The W.; :M. U. of the Pahokee States SenatorFlorida's
First Baptist Church wil hold their t: .
Claude Shirley was honored business and program meeting at
with a birthday dinner at Royal the church, Tuesday, May 5 at
9:30: a. m. Mrs. E. B. Gamble will Member Senate
Palm Beach, Saturday night by Wartime Governor
preside and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard AppropriationsCommittee
members of her family'nd" friends. will be in charger of the program. STILL RATED "ONE OF THE:BEST"Believes
Those attending were "ciaude'Shir- -. -'-
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shirley, Mr. Member in and works for State's Rights

and Mrs. Lee Shirley, :Mr. and Aeronautical end Respected, Hard Working U. S. Senator Whose Seniority and
Mrs. Don Grisson and' Mr. and Mrs. LOCALS< ;;:] Space Sciences
Jerry Grisson of McClenny, Fla., Committee Committee Assignments Have:
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Shirley, Mr. -:- 1. Promoted Florida As Space Center.
and Mrs. Craig Marsh of Callahan,
IT.T Member SenateAgriculture
and Mr. and Mrs. George Hagins of g 2. Increased Agricultural' Wealth of Florida.
Yulee. & Forestry 3. Won Flood Control Prospects For Florida.Committee .

_____n _, __.____._ -_ .p-_____ Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Hatfield and Obtained Federal Aid For Highways, Bridges Har-
-:- bors and Water Ways.
sons spent last weekend on a
camping trip in Salerno. They Joint Member Committee KEEP HOLLAND SENATOROn
were joined by her sister and family -
ryr 4 Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,McFad- Reduction
Of Nonessential YOU KNOW WHERE HE STANDS
'JI den of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Federal
Hatfield were home
accompanied Expenditures (Paid Pol. Adv.)
by Mr. and Mrs. McFadden Satur-
;:r..yffH day where they visited her father
I : Bill Unwin and Mrs. Unwin. "
4
Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stewartand
sons, and his sister :Miss Patricia Y h AN OUTSTANDING RECORD FROM A MANS
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Stewart visited relatives in > QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE
Rockledge Friday. Miss Stewart )
remained a few days, as the' guest
t E3 ReElectED ofv her brother and family, Mr. and fr PULL LEVER 31 A ELECT
Mrs. Hillary Stewart. Rev. and
,:Mrs. Stewart were accompanied 6
home by his mother, Mrs. Odum.
MASON I They were Joined Sunday by Mr. ROBERT W. FULTON
I and Mrs. Hillary Stewart who accompanied -
Mrs. Odum to her homein
TO THEFLORIDA
Rockledge.Mrs. .

UTILITIES COMMISSION PUBLIC Bill Whitcomb and small ,: Superintendent Of Schools
daughter Pam, are the guests this .
f Law Graduate and Former week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fulton is a mature- man or- 47, he' ;holds a Bachelor\ Science and Masters
I Jack Spencer and Mr. and
I, Special Assistant to Mrs. Whitcomb plan family.to move to Degree. He served in World War II and Korea, he is a Lt. Co!. in the Army Re-
? U. S. Attorney their home in St. Petersburg this serve with 22 years service. His service record gives him valuable experience in

24 Years of Law and weekend. handling personnel, operations, construction and communications. Fulton is the
Progressive Public Service -.. ONLY candidate to serve 9 continuous years as a High School Principal, he has
: ,..PPHQC) .ON'' OF EVERY FOUR been a teacher in our county Schools,since 1939.
Cited for Fair and VISITORS IS SEEING FLORIDAFOR
\' Impartial Regulation THE FIRST TIME I Superintendent of Schools is an administrative post that handles $34,000,000 per

year of tax payers money, the man you vote for should be qualified Check the
off Now Florida Serving Public as Chairman Utilities record of Robert Fulton-he IS Qualified by Experience.Do .

\ ....._Commission t-xEel not take chances-our children deserve the VERY best education possible! Give

I .:': Re-Elect ED MASON 7FlENIwgA them this education by electing Robert Fulton on May 5th.

: Experienced and Prawn =! If You Are A Registered. Democrat You Can Vote
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Leadership I. .," ,,' for.., ".Florida. ,. I If You Are A Parent You Should Vote For FULTONPaid : "
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' GOVERNOR'S FLORIDA TOURISM
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21A MAY 5 If you are making a new start on the sea

f .. of matrimony, you will do well to stop by

our office in Belle Glade or Pahokee and

I' :: i find out first hand how easy it is to own

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home. Don't
your own put your pay check in
:: James B. "Gordon" O'Keefe will continue the PROGRESSIVE when
rent
receipts can just
POLICIES already established in the you as easily

t:. Clerk's Office and with its well-trained'staff, maintain own your own home. We'll be happy to discuss -
/ < the TOP POSITION the office now holds as one of the
most modern, complete and efficient offices in the this highly important matter with you.EVERGLADES .
. State and Nation. O'Keefe has worked in the office
t, for the past seven years as a deputy clerk.

' Maximum Service With Minimum Cost FEDERAL

\. """ "GORDON"O'Keefe' Savings And Loan Association

"{ : 1 lf'.t ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

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Pahokee Belle Glade

it CLERK of the CIRCUIT COURT Let Your Money Earn 4%%,Payable Semi-Annual

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May 1 1964
Thar_,Everglades. .News, Canal Point,Florida..33438. Page Hire
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Whiteside Goes Tor Christian
Brand new Round Bobbin sewing Science ,
machine. Back tacks: seams--sews Science Symposium i Group Of Canal Point : MATURITY and. ,
over pins-dial tension and stitch .
R. G. Whiteside, teacher of Sci- I The story of tho prodigal son TOTALEXPERIENCE b
regulator. $59.50-$9.50 down and ence in Pahokee High School has I will be read at Christian Science
$5.00 a month. Glades Mercantile been chosen as a TeacherParticipant churches Sunday to illustrate how ? : '
Company 255 E. Lake Avenue Pa- in the First Florida Junior :;o<1's mercy and forgiveness come
hokee 924-5597. AlTtf Symposium of Science. Eaffineer- to all who repent and forsake sin.\ Best Qualifies
ing and Humanities to be held at The subject of the Biblo Lesson is I
the University of Florida in Gainesville "Everlasting Punishment" and the
May 3-5. 1964. He will '>e Golden Text Is: "Thou Lord art JOHNMCDONALD
accompanied by two of his pupils, good and ready to forgive; and
Christopher Davison and Fred plenteous in mercy unto all them
McKee who were chosen by the that call upon theo" (Psalms
Symposium Committee from a list 86:5): .
of candidates compiled by Mr. "The poor suffering heart needs FOR -
Whiteside Mr. Henderson and Mr. ,
its rightful nutriment such as
.-. peace, patience in tribulation anda School SuperintendentOnly
priceless sense of the dear Fath-
Denton.QUALIFIED er's loving-kindness" is one of the
selections which will be read from candidate holding Rank One Certificate in Ad-
"Science and ,Health with Key to ministration and'Supervision.
the Scriptures" by Mary Baker 27 years in Florida schools as teacher, principal,
M f' Eddy (p. 365)). administrator.

-- 16 years administration experience, grades one
.'i. H I I I through junior college in Palm Beach County.
I Now simultaneously principal Central elementary,
PULL LEVER 19A Thurmond Knight i junior high school, Palm Beach High School-grades
Realty: Inc. 1 through 12.

TELEPHONES: VOTE FOR JOHN McDONALD
JOHN DUNKLEHAS Office 8401-1M5--Res. VI 8-2682
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Box 0998, Riviera Beach
Lever 32A May.5
West Palm Beach Florida
A RECORD OFECONOMY
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IN PUBLIC OFFICE
"He is well qualified for
As clerk of the Criminal his new position, and his
Court, cut Administration many friends will wish him ELECT
cost 'per case from well as he rises the governmental
$9.55 to $3.32. ladder.' 'L!.

Favors tax saving merger I PANAMA CITY HERALD $
circuit, clerks courts.of criminal and ROY E. GEORGE

Pledged to high stand- r .
ards set clerkof
by retiring
Circuit Court, J. Alex CommissionerDISTRICT
Arnette. County

Elect John DunkleClerk
3
Of Circuit CourtPaid
(Paid Pol. Adv.For by Kynes Campaign
( Pol. Adv. Fund Ronnie Spencer Chairman) Is A Successful Business man, Of
Roy P George
Proven Experience and Ability.

NOBODY'S FOR CAl\IPBELI-BUT THE PEOPLE !
17 Has Qualified Employees To Run His

Roy Ei. George Business While He Is You
Martin V. Campbell Says: Serving, 4t-. _.----..

"I WILL RID OUR COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM OF Get Palm Beach County Moving

ALL INCOMPETENT PERSONNEL AND OTHER

"THINK" WASTE THAT NOW IS By Electing An Aggressive Young Man Of Action

"ROBBING"Our
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S: Quality Youth Education Of "Let GEORGE Do It" PULL LEVER 41AVttI '


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GAMBLE NO A Fast Growing Everglades



Y .}. CAMPBELL WITH Deserves More AttentionFor


>- .P 4i Elect ruwrrYy Its Port Facilities .



MARTIN V. CAMPBELL LEVER You,ese get this i *0cde.nttentior- 4- rUrftnra_nvr Fort

.f Palm Beach eo......... . ..Thd fnct+iri lents have.

THE.ONLY CANDIDATE"COMPLETELY" 47A Liven Up service and token attent_. .-/j iemt only
expect more of the same if they are.returned to office.


William G. "Bill" Hobbs believes that booming
For The Position As School a sugarcane
Qualified industry can use improved barge service . he ben
Superintendent Of Palm Beach County lieves In a more equal distribution of district Improve-

PRINCIPAL OF ments, keeping in mind that all residents of the district
FORMER TEACHER_ AND
GRADES, KINDERGARTEN THROUGH UNI- pay a share of the district taxes; HE BELIEVES IT'S
VERSITY LEVEL &,DIRECTOR OF ADULT TIME PORT POLICIES ARE CHANGED.
EDUCATION, PALM BEACH COUNTY.

FORMER SUPERINTENDENT OF A LARGE Your Vote And Support For Better,Port
SYSTEM BY APPOINTMENT -
ALABAMA OF THE SCHOOL GOVERNOR AND COUNTYSCHOOL Administration Will Be Appreciated

BOARD ((4i/2 YRS.)
(Paid Pol. Adr.)
FORMER ASSISTANT DEAN, UNIVERSITY
ALADAl\IA-16 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS
OF
ADMINISTRATION EXPERIENCE AT ALL

LEVELS. Rill HOBBSDIST.Z

CERTIFIED IN EVERY AREA OF SCHOOL

. ADMINISTRATION. OFFERED IN FLORIDA.

,' See Sunday,.May 3 Edition of PostTimesFor PORT COMMISSIONER GrouP2Friday.

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;:. Commission, by its own resolution OLDHAM
could take back the Island when RUTH
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the lease agreement would be can
celled.
: Commissioner George Warren Supervisor Of
F asked if the island in question was
; the same land which a month ago
:. the Port Commission said was
worth $1 million. When told that RegistrationDEMOCRATIC
appreciate
will sincerely your
it was the same island Warren
commented "quite a come down in MOST QUALIFIED PRIMARY

Vote & Supportin a month's The commission time." decided to delay Over CANDIDATE 4: years" Actual MAY 5th, 1964
action on the agreement after Attorney Experleoce
Johnston warned ''there
I RUTH OLDIIAM Pledges 35A
Pull Lever
are too many strings in this thing. ECONOMY IN OFFICE
The incumbent port commission .
i his race for which is being criticized for not COURTESY to all. (Paid Pol. Adv.)

taking action to make a park out .
of Peanut Island asked the' county ,
Chief of Policeof board to expedite the agreement .
but it appeared this week the elc- MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT FOR
tlon will be over before the county PROVEN INTEGRITY
board reaches its decision.
Annual .. ... HELP ELECT -
Pahokee in the -

Mrs. Pitts Named ,
Head Of Sorority A MarvinMountsJr.

Pahokee Election"I
'Mrs.S.M. Pitts was elected new .
president of the Phi Gamma Nu
Sorority at the April 27. meeting : x YourCOUNTY
will,greatly appreciate your consideration of my held at the home of Mrs. Lewis
candidacy and promise that the department will Buckner. Mrs. Buckner: was elect- '{ SOLICITOR
: ed vice president.
continue to operate effectively, courteously and Other officers are Mrs. Penny ,. ABILITY EXPERIENCE
Clark, treasurer Miss: Cynthia
-LEON GUTHRIEPaid : ; DEDICATION
efficiently.
Turbeville, recording secretary;
( Political Advertisement) : Mrs. Carley Mackey, coresponding CONTINUE IMPARTIAL, EFFECTIVE LAW ENFORcEMENT -

I I I I : : I I I I : I I I I I : I I : I I :+l : I : : : I : I 1 : Ie. secretary. The Mrs.program Buckner was and presented was- WITH A TRAINED PROSECUTOR
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MAY 3-4-5 15th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

Broward Palm Beach County
"THE PRIZE"PAUL.

May 5th Democratic Primary

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:{. technical High School facilities.
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establishing.vocational
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Curb "Drop Outs" by
RICHARD A. "DICK"CARPENTER the reading programs.
f. Strengthen the "Three R's"-particularly
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property
:% to aid the already overburdened tax paying
Seek other sources of revenue

t'i owner. determine strength and weaknessesin
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Launch a complete survey of the school system

I,' all departments.
PALM BEACH COUNTY responsible people to run the county school system.
;< .' Surround himself with capable and

Continue the development of new teaching methods to assure better education for our

I .t'.r TAX ASSESSOR children.
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1 Provide equal opportunity and facilities for ALL sections of the county.
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", Subject to Democratic Primary Education Needs Ed' Eissey

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Tuesday,May 5 (Paid Political Adnrti..m nt)

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