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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 22, 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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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System ID: UF00079910:00388
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM EACH COUNTY

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1 *4-, _. Is New Jones Has Dinner ,

Awards PresidentThe Chicken Price Hits $1.50The

Bad Heart AttackPalm Members of the LWWB of the

At FFA Pahokee City Council wel- Church of God on Barfield High- the Lake
dinner sweet corn deal in
B. Elar- chicken
member Harry a
new Beach county friends of way will sponsor to hitx ,a new 'low the early
and elected a new president (delivery only) with proceeds Region market
Mead Maxwell, vice president. Carmen Salva- Luther Jones, Belle Glade publisher to the parsonage fund. Deliveries part of'this week as the

Pahokee PFA was elected president of the will regret to learn that he suffered go will be made from 5 till 8 p. wan 'swamped" with offerings and

Tyson, president succeeding George Tucker a: severe heart attack last\m. Friday, May 22. Cost for adult the price'"hit $1.50 per hamper.sweet .

FHA Chapter Karl Mlndlin! was elected vice- Saturday and has been under.oxy- plates is $1.0O, children 50c. Telephone Thousands of bushels of

ceremony at,the succeeding Joe E. gen in the Belle Glade hospital numbers to call for delivery corn were left unharvested. the

the school Elarbee was elected in since that time. I I'. ':service are 924-7017 or 9247530. Looking back a few weeks to killed
of that
awards were 5 election to the seat Mr. Jones is editor-publisher day of the severer frost
of the FFA and May held by Lloyd Hundley. The Belle Glade Herald, and has the corn crop, growers were remembering -

Annelle Nix ... been going strong for the past sev- Funeral Services the 5100 acres of corn

FHA weeks being interested in twoor in one week, followed by
Junior eral planted
the
Chapter Degree 1 I Sermon Is three1'political races. lie was C. Sterns 68 4300 the' ;,(ollowtny' week. Harvestof the .
West Frank busted
to
Sheffield received stricken while enroute those; two plantings

Degree, with Pam, 1 June 5 Palm Beach to attend a political -- market wide, open this week and r
.
Scheduled $1.5Q
were to get
presentations.Julius I meeting. held at grower lucky -
were
services '
Moon Word from his office in Belle Funeral Funeral Home Tues- per hamper.:
Glade last Thursday said that ha Wetherington Charlei'Sterns One left 150 acres unhar
Star Chapter grower
baccalaureate serm- Frank
The annual I better. He' t day afternoon for like amountsor
'Maxwell, Pa- gradually' growing at vested and others left
Mead Seniors' of died in his sleep
i for graduating visitorsare 68, who unable to \
and no being
to Larry Webb School will ba held still under oxygen in Canal Point Sunday smaller'ones ,
High his home successful
to John Mills. night of May.31st in the First allowed. moaning. Burial was at Starke, secure labor or cars to the market.

ceived the FFA 'church of Pahokee with I Fin He was retired from employ- ly put the corn on underIce., .

and the Chapter John Briley, pastor of the Pa- Farmers Take ment with the State Road Depart- Thirteen'' cars: FEC of. siding corn near Unity
{ Award and church, delivering 153 were on the
Methodist ment. morning and
} Crops Charles" 1 Farms, on Wednesday
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Chapter
include a son, \
Thurs
sermon. Survivors last
Awards r Principal Brooks Henderson saId Part ACP ProgramPalm Jr. of the U. S. Army; four daughters had' been there since other day ran
in cattle raising Commencement exercisE's for Helen Wilson and Miss I'day.' Icing every "
Mrs. i to a point"where
fairs, subdistrict seniors will be held in the I Lora Sterns, both of Canal Point, I the cost of the product'bushel won't help

like were gymnasium on, the night.uf, Beach County's, farmers Mrs. Dorothy Norwood of Pahokee! $1.50 per t

per, chairman of 5th at 8:15: o'clock. There and ranchers continued to make and Mrs. Elsie Higgins of West much. busted market on
advisory probably be 68 seniors qual- I during 1963 in the ,development Beach: three brothers and On top of the recent
the
'Palm
.. progress from
diplomas! Mr. Hen conservation of the corn, word comes
receive and
to one sister. hearing that a::
said. Final grades aren't in county's vital natural resources. New Orleans sugar is in the
'r. calculations!! Conservation cut in sugar cane acreage
last minute \
as.yet and The Agricultural' \.state Mum-To, in all, this week baabeen
change the..number. i ..from* ..68.. *,1' :!grogram:!, asJln:. past years, played-: "oUin :;"Soy dreary all ''one'for "those who -.....;
,. ; ---r. '- *" InsigniaSARASOTA a 1//
a.a paftln'tHiTiSonservaLlon
Rainbow .. : > -< .vyr-vr' in important Have Special tilling the soil.
living
Lauderdale Will accomplishments made during: -' make a

: Gill Hotel the year. 153 farmers and ranchers the Eugene.Berman,, \
Public Get New / in }the county participated in world renowned painter and theatrical Presbyterians
approved
the Order of Gill 1963 ACP and completed designer, has created an Insignia -
Pahokee FT. LAUDERDALE soil, and water conservation prac- exclusively for RlngllngMuseum's

held May 23 at Hotel chain has a new hotel/under tices.. Asolo Theatre. The illustration Birthday Party
on
- :With construction The Sheraton Agricultural Conservation theatre's
sonic lodge. The I will become the
visor Mary Lee Scrugga."t Fort Lauderdale's 'waterfront. The gram is administered in the trademark featured in all
official Everglades Presbyterian.
PO'operate ,the Yan-f ifarmer-elected; ASC Members of the
ing officer. Gill Hotels county by ,the activities. Belle Glade
Ifis-i! Asolo
and of
Officers I to, kee Clipper, Jolly Roger I committee. ,A, R. Harrington The official insignia will be Church their an-
as for
Fort Lauderdale committee Tuesday night
met
hotels in Chairman of the county Banner
on
Penny cape
Annelle Nix well' the Hillsboro in Tampa an report this!: week on seen this summer of the nual ."Birthday Party for the wom-
em released a
or; British.Colonial in I which will line the plaza church." A special offering -
accomplishmentsmade the
the Sheraton I conservation the en of '
Matron; the Ringling Museum, and over taken for the two-fold 1
Gail Reeves, I Nassau. -" the. under the 1963 ACP. main entrance to the theatre. It I was to be used for
theAC
the
the of year
au. that
in
stressed objective
Faith and To be opened The chairman all printed material
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also be used on for Pre.bytenari -
will
managed oy partnership training of workers
Sheraton will be ? is a farmer-government the Comedy Festival the -
concerning PresbyterIan
Stuart L. Moore a Florida hotel.. \ The government, shares a 1 to I homes and the
Burton O. 1936. : "' out which .runs from July Vocational School in Louisiana.
executive since of; the cost of carrying
and part 29.Palm. the ladies enjoyed -
Speak To Moore has been president the needed conservation' work Aug. . i After the program
i .1 and punch.
chairman of the board of the' Florida -, less than SO percent' in most cases ) a birthday cake and

: Hotel Association and a director -the farmers:and'ranchers. themselves Lake Group Those,attending from Pahokee Laflln.

Burton of the American Hotel Association bear the. :major portion 'of : ' Canal'Point were Mrs. Mae Cliff
Pahokeev.The'P
speaker In and Mrs.
Met
guest Pickett
Edna
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,,He was formerly presidentof the' cost.. Their Contribution includes Mrs.
Baptist ; Raton t Hoteland: ,Chubpufcirrneed and ma- Stuart.i, _
the.Boca "labor, equipment Association met \ . f I
the ;
of .
..... absence .hy...ArthurVining "' > .- v i.w" i

' ready" ,. : ,,which -Davfs was for 122JI jrUttiorifrojn' Ierlala... _. ..."'( __" . f it thelrst. :Baptist ChurCh.ofPahbkefc'Mondaynight 'iWariae"SC;:: e .Is"r; r" -
': : tlst' rientt; with .Wert
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., .... '; ,'.the Jr. at SchIne '
fii--w theme of Boost fi'W'
Steele
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r'.', ": Mr.Pointsing; : -' ';" -" '-. !' ,. Junior Prom :Held Campbell the meeting in charge.was "The The Weekly Of- Given.'J ,:_Cash-.---

... ., %-: Fenwick'Burr, Miss Sandra'Lampi' ricers'' and Teachers'Meetings.' Ct MJAMI-i-The Institute of Marine -'

., : Heads Sorority Again Last'Frid'ay'Night was announced' that the association Science of the University of

'. will hold their June meetingat Miami has received two grants'
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Riviera Beach Baptist Church. f300OOO for the'purpose
daughter of the totalling 'nearly
Miss Sandra Lampi the Pahokee jun- biology -
'of marine
Members 22.Honor in
Issue hasreelected June of research x'-
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lampi of the. ior class were hosts to the seniors . .

been president and their guests at the Junior-sen. the Institute Dr. F.
Beta At of '
of Tau Members 'Director
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A class university's chapter for Prom held Friday night at the Smith announced the
the 1964-65 G. Walton ,
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will for heldIn
pils Sigma sorority was also high school. A: banquet was Pahokee Hi.School National't Science'' ,Foundation has
at Lampi
mas school year. Miss consecutiveyear the school cafeteria for the juniors -' awarded the'"sum of $230,000 for
Mrs. Blakey's chosen for the second seniors and faculty.. Pahokee High the institute's -
Phi Mu of earcb"4t-.ea'/&board
school sweetheart of the the Students
high in
as took place Pillsbury.
The prom, roll for
on the honor research'vessel
She rwns placed
School
Friday. Fraternity. ,
m. Alpha Music decorated to carry
which was durIng collection
gym A in all subjects work "will include
elected a second lieuten- Holiday". receiving an The (
recently out the theme "Roman were, from the
the fifth sixweek period study of marine life
"Hootenanny ant of the University's. Band of Following the prom there was a the Cunningham and ,
Florfda.
Harry
the Wilma Cooper 8traits'of'
Pat of
Hour., special midnight showing Holiday"at Barbara Davis. Diane Hoi- The', other grant, amounting to
-- motion picture, "Roman 12th equip
Hundley, special
Gum Group" Ion and Wayne $62. OO- will. provide
the Cracker Dr. Lane Is New the Prince Theatre. grade; Ronald Lairsey, llth grade; ment for behavior studies of fishes''

pianist will Pahokee PTA Head and Maria Cartaya and Pat Lewis In the.newly completed Controlled
r SORORITY JIEETINO eighth grade.INSTALLS Environment Building of the ln tl-

The Beta OmIcron Chapter of; .. .
MRS. installed -
Richard C. Lane was tute.The
Dr. met at Founda-
Science
Phi sorority National
Mrs.: M.: U. of the PahokeeParentTeacher'Association Beta Sigma OFFICERS
Palm Beach new president at, the the homtf'of M=s. Helen> Smith and Rev. Robert Shelley acted as installing tion grant provides for the cost of
ata far
atamk supper institute ships as
of Florida' : made plana'-for a at the Installation operating
tAe.lastof'the'current officer
.
My meeting, at the home West Africa aswell
and pool party Brazil and
Point afield
C patio
the Canal
of high
the
ing school year.>held inthe: ; : Saturday. of officers of and Caribbean
Antuna Florida
Mrs: Carmen at *. In
Club at the auditorium Monday night of Methodist ,W8C8 Sunday night

. t. ., at the '; school w Its-.. ;'Cfeft rillc> son, outsgoing ThV .yill:be ffM'last". social of the the regular church service. ....ten., ,
'.i Tucker, h ...,011. : ; ; .
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The Rardin Building. Canal Point, Florida

"I.i.; THE LAKE:,.OKEECHOBEB REGION HOME OF
: a vote for the future of our most precious re-

:,:.,, THE EVERGLADES I NEWS= source our youth.

Serving the Lake Okeechobea Farming Region Without. ,
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Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40'Years Thank You
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe DR. RICHARD LANE s

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
Canal,P lnt, Florida, as Second Class Matter Optometrist

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher! : (Paid Pot Adr.)
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600 FLORIDA BANKERS BPW Club 'HoldsInstallation -

MEET IN ORLANDO DinnerThe Mrs. Belle Herring is spending Mrs. Edna Carroll and children Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hughes are
ORLANDO-More than 600 ofFlorida's
leading bankers will,con- the week as the guest of her I were recent guests of relatives In .in Bradenton this week visiting
daughter in Bradenton. Haines City. with relatives.
vene here at the Robert Meyer annual installation dinner of ,
Motor Inn, May 25-29 for 'a weekof the Pahokee Business and Profes-

intense Seventeenth study Annual and I discussion.This Bankers. sional Tuesday Women's at 7:45: Club p. m.was at Capt.held <.<...> ++ .:.....>.:.< .:..><. l||.4gMMg.4M ..4$.43MH+.><.<$...+++ t..;..

Forum, sponsored by the Florida Alex'Restaurant in Riviera Beach. t *.
Bankers Association is, a working The Pahokee High' Glee Club entertained .
session of five full days devoted to with songs under the direction tiUflhifttiUflhift- ,
meeting the challenges facing this of Miss Ellen Morgan. t
fast, growing, highly essential In- ... :
dustry. .}ilV "For Better Florida Banking" 'is Wee Care Center X Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade ).

the overall Forum theme. The pro- Still .Needs. Funds V .
gram consists of leading specialists I <: SALES and SERVICE .
from banks in the Sunshine Contributions in response to the ,
State as well as New York, Wash- letters mailed out a week ago, by t Heating Air Conditioning Appliances ._".
ington, and Chicago. The Salvation Army Committee, : :

Gordon E. Marks, president, are coming in. However, there are + .. fsAls..s'ts' st ssasrfia.fa ..".. ASS' tse'ss'itsss s'. ..r"s. assts
s> : a: s MS> : : :ts <: t >c: : :.oe.\; : ) a(as s>sY >
Seminole Bank, Tampa is Chair- many who intend to give, but place v Y tl n r r j v v v
man of the event. their letter down and perhaps a
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magazine or newspaper is. thrown
Mrs. J. T. Platt went to Perryon down and soon it is forgotten.
Saturday to,visit with relatives Why not sit down today,' make --
while her father A. J. Rlchaud of out a check and mail it in. Your e
Clewiston attended to business. assistance at this time will be very 5 ,. -
They returned to Pahokee on much appreciated. x 0 4a
Tuesday. The nursery has been meeting a

- -- ...... -- --- ----- real need in the community.The .
first week in May an aver-
age,of 91 children per day attended -
Classified Ads the nursery.. I
Those who are able, pay the :full
dads fee of $2.00 per child per day.
POSITIVELY all -want or However, there\are many families
classifieds as you wish to call with large numbers of children
them,,are payable in advance from and low income who cannot pay
his day torward.'Don't phone 'em these fees. Many mothers who are
Write it and drop a dollar bill in the sole support in the home have
the envelop if you Want it run four or five children and have two
once. $2 if you want it run twice in the nursery. Their weekly salary
and so on. ,' is perhaps $40.00 and paying
out $20.0O per week would create a
HAVE YOU decided to clear out
...'''a the attic and advertise the stuff hardship on them. Such cases as ,1J '
for sale through these columns T,, these we give consideration and _
You'll:be surprised how much stuff make a minimum ,charge. __ _
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you can get rid of and how much r a
money you can take in. It only Mr. and Mrs. S, P. Parker had F r
coats $1 to ,try an ad for I a week as .their guests Sunday Mrs. Zoe 4 ,
Parker and daughter,'Zoe Ellen. ) ,{
FOR BALE New and Used.Willys .
Jeep: Walter Ashley's Garage ----.--. --- -.----. ( iI
in Belle Glade Phone.6.3058. t
\ Oct.'17-54-ch. iTt.
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IS THKRB.: ANYTHING I in the attic I .
> yo 'd, like to convert Into -.1i-w J . -
caah T A small classified 'ad, in .
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this column will turn..the.trick..It .. :.'l.. 1.. ... ...: ," ,,;.,":'11-.'
only costs a dollar-cash with,or, ;
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der. *i. I -rf f 11'\'. Mac ".Donaldhas '. -'_ .. iS:::: {.':'. ;' ., .
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BY 8INGBB,( .4 { i Young -' '\ ' L.
brand new Round Bobbin aewing r.<.' . .,:\ 1Ii'i' ;:':: >
machine. Back tacks seam*--MWS '
over pins-dial tension....andstitch '.. ,'.:i":A.N <'";'(\yAy;..f,': "
regulator. $ 9. 49.OO down and a farm.' \ :' .' r. ,:
$5.00 a I month. Glades Mercantile : . -;. Vf5LIRIIA ,. : .' ..
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Company 255 E. Lake Avenue Pa- Ii. \\1"

' ." hokee 924-5597. A17tf, but it isn't like' grandpa's used to be! ,;. .". ;:.:. .'.'':r.:.\ ,,;"<)..

HOUSE FOR BALE: In South
Bay Two bed room, CBS construction ," Not just an oink-oink here and a quack-quack there . but : W""
Carport,. large utility RUTH Reddy Kilowatt is everywhere. Here a switch there a switch ', :':. \)if: ::
room. Day. Phone 924-4111 and livestock :': ; .: .
Irrigation, ham cleaning, feeding, milking, ventilation "it' :"
night phone 9966274. and refrigeration<
DRAGLINE OPERATOR Want- SHEPARDCANDIDATE Reddy-your,tireless, low-cost helper. .. ,' ;:"l.
ed. % yard Koehring Model 205, .
Steady employment, vacation pay. Convenient electrical work-savers cut down chore drudgery and '., ::'. .-

hospitalization insurance. Contact FORSUPERVISOR ', help increase productivity., No wonder the modern electrified ,",,/ ,,.:
Port Mayaca Groves, Inc. M15o I( farm is more attractive to young people. They're finding a future ;.', Y'. ;

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-Mr. and r Mrs. Hay Moore So YOU may know Fred Hope Seeks recent guests of her parents at I Lewis Friend were' visitors in ,Or-bn: and Mrs. Ron Tr Haar were I IDO
Boynton Beach. lando, Saturday. Y visitors In Ft. Myers.. "'
QUINTON SV. 1 i i110N' i .
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;iFred'Hope.'Palm,Beach County's
candidate for State Attorney in
the May 2G Democratic run-off I YOU PLAN THIS SUMMER

election is the local choice as the
man .to succeed retiring State At-
torney "Phil O'Connell. In the recent -

Primary Election, which car To Build A Home?

HI for ried State four candidates Attorney. Hope on the carried ballot .

I 78 out of 82 Precincts and received '
56 percent of the total votes cast -'
I In Palm Beach County.A .

v 1 tW", former FBI Special Agent for If do it will to get in touch with'our
4 six years, it was during Hope's you pay you

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tenure as Assistant County Solic-
itor that the highest prosecutiverate office in Belle Glade or Pahokee. In either'place

in the state of Florida was
recorded. He represented the State you will be given first hand information in regard .
in over 800 criminal prosecutions. r

During his campaign, Hope has to a loan for your dream home. Take time out to- .
stressed that his Broward County
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He ask Your Vole for Beach opponent County refused in the to support controversialLake Palm day and drop by you'll be glad you did. ,

State, Attorney Okeechobee split and votedto .
take away part of the county,
I for the 13t. Judicial ClrmltrInic depriving local taxpayers of thous-
.* Palm Ilenrh, nnrwar ands of dollars* in future income .
" CountiesEXCEPTIONALLY. for road funds. The local Broward EVERGLADES FEDERALSavings

: WELL County newspaper, The Fort Laud-

PUBLIC QUALIFIED OFFICIAL, KxtrnIve erdale News, endorsed Hope as the And Loan Association
I record State Hood Hoard most qualified man for the office.
. Attorne,. AMlwtnnt Slate At- The 39 year old Palm Beach at- ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
torney. A..t >County !Wolleltor. -
I City Attorney Municipal torney.is married with three child- I Pahokee Belle Glade
I Judge and peat 2 yenraIlrownrd ren. A :Marine Corps veteran of:
County Representative
In the Florida Le I.ln- World War II, he received his B.
t u.... << And Bachelor of Law Degrees A'I Let Your Money Earn 4V2% Payable Semi-Annually

FAMILY MAX The %->.enr- Stetson University. He is a
old attorney l. married to theformer ber of the Florida Bar Association.
Dorothy Uantfleld. Tw*
children liandy 19. Dabble 9.C1IVHCII American Bar Association, the Na- __ ____ _ _ ___ ___ ___n__ __ ________ _ P-'___ -_______-_------ -,-- - ----------__ _
tional Association of Prosecuting'
AND CIVIC- Trinity -
Lutheran Church. Former Attorneys and Society, Former
lreMdent. Klwnnlat pilot L....*. Special Agents, FBI, which he Is ELECT
f J.". ]%th Uh' Klwnnlni. Director -
Chnmher of ( .....n..r.... president. He was Assistant Conn.
l i..t I'ren. State Director llro-
ward County Health A TilAIMOC. I ty Solicitor for two years.
.. drat Chr. Committee . JOHN F.
for Eradication Uhncene Literature -- ..V '
*. Kld In Ilrownrtl Unlimited.Co.| Chr.I'antlitre Mrs. Norma Aldridge
March of Dime
New Sorority Head
NATIVK IT.OHII1IAV" Of .
an old Florida fnmlly Identlfled -
with proKreow of thin irF
elate for more thnn a century. Mrs. Norma Aldridge is the new
Attended. Ft., public nuderdale.MchoolH.llallnndnle. president of the XI Beta Tau chap- r KIRKT
Unl. of ,Florida, law icradiiatet ter of the Beta Sigma Phi. She was
Student Chancellor of
the Honor Court elected top installed at the May meeting held I
Key.honor nodet>. Florida flue at. the-home of :Mrs. June Parker. I i! j
Other* officers inducted by outgoing
Proper prosecution of crlttre,IM a . '"
president, Mrs. WllkinsonXvere -
hlKhly technical and .kllled.profei Clark +'d
....n. Queniln' I.onic a.*an Mrs.. Marilyn' Poteete,. f
Analiitant County Solicitor and
for 4 )'__ AnnlMtnnt Ntnte Attorney vice president; Mrs. Lois White .
compiled an oufatandfngrecord. recording secretary; Mrs. Margie
Branch, corresponding secretary; There Is More To Being Sheriff Than Being A Traffic Officer.

OF Phil QUENTIN O'Connell V.has LONG written. Mrs. Jean Salvatore treasurer; COMPARE The Record of BOTH Candidates Before You, Vote !
Mrs. Waits, council del- '
"You have been the most out- Betty city
ney ntandlnK his office Assistant' has ever Stale had.Attor-'* egate; and Mrs. June Parker al- Pull Lever 5A For Kirk. :
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VOTE MAY 26LONG Each was presented with a yellow 32 Years Palm Beach County Law .
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rose corsage by Mrs. Wllkin- Kin I R K

son. Plans are being made for the Enforcement Experience _
last social of the season, a steak '

Mrs.supper Poteete1.Saturday at the home of KIP I I R'K 16 Years Experience As Palm Beach :


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Fulton Im a 40 year resident of P. B. County. He .is a graduate of Lake
Worth High and worked his way through school to earn Bachelor of
Florida... PERSONAL Science degree and a Masters degree in Education. His mother was
Church in Lake Worth for 13 '
pastor of the 1st Congregational years.

BACKGROUND Fulton is the only candidate with successful administrative experience
after a swim beer is a natural in ALL grades 1 through Elementary, Junior High and HighEDUCATIONAL <
School. His nine continuous year record as Principal of Seacrest High
School is one of Inspired leadership evidenced by the caliber of the.
On a hot summer day,a dip in a cool stream can be wonderfully EXPERIENCE graduate students.

refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwards Fulton enlisted in the U. S. Army in 1942 as a private and was discharged
with friends is a hearty glass of beer.There's hardly another bev- in 1946 as a captain. He served again in the Korean Service
erage around that suits what you do for fun as much as beer. MILITARY and is now a Lt. Colonel In the reserves with 20 years' service. Fulton's "
Camping,hiking,or just lounging on a lawn chair-beer brings to RECORD experience In the Corps of Engineers gives him valuable experience that I "
each just the right touch of extra good living. he can use to advise the' School Board concerning overall construction '4
personnel srpply! planning and operations.CIVIC .
Your familiar glass of beer.is also a pleasurable reminder that
and that our Fulton was voted by the Students of South Florida as "Principal of
we live in a!land of personal freedom- right to enjoy
received awards from Civitan and
the Year" in 1962. He has Rotary
and ale if we so desire;w just one,but an important one.of
beer SERVICE Clubs of South P. B. County.. Hi* leadership in relation to civic community -
chose: personal freedom activities has always been correlated with education. !i

: :1B........beer goes with fon-mth retourtkm.U10TID "ASK YOUR FAVORITE ,EDUCATOR" -

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Weekend guest of her sisters. Mrs. to home' .

LOCALS Evelyn Smith and Mrs. Carl Claw- visit with her parents in Atlanta,

\ son at Lake Worth. Ga.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith of Miss Connie Singletary has returned

; ; Ft. Lauderdale were the recent to her home for the sum- It is vital to you

guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. Earl Max- mer after completing her freshman

year at FSU in Tallahassee. Miss should succeed
. son.Mrs.. II. L. Pitts was the recent Singletary is the daughter of Mr. Wlio ,
Ross Spear attended a W. O. W. guest of her son-in-law and daughter and Mrs. Ray Singletary.Mrs. .

meeting' Sunday in Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ralneri, p-hil O'ConnellA
: Frock Baxter was the recent -
I', .Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stevens had in Ft. Myers. A **
I Mrs. J. B. Williams has returned guest of her niece and family
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as their his sister
recent guests home after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. Meredith, of Mi
Mrs. Charles Williams of Newber-
Lake- her son and family. Mr. and Mrs. ami.
ry and Mrs. Doris. Kelly of
,land. John Williams in Orlando. Frank Tillis was a business visitor -

M'P T-Sgt. Ernest J. Barnes of in Orlando over the weekend.Mrs. .
,-.. Force Base
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Sadie
L" Barwick has returned J.
Warner Robins, Ga., is attendinga
to her home in Miami after being -

''f '.,Planning. To Move? Orlando five week Air leadership Force Base.course The at ,I the 'guest of Mr. and :Mrs. .:
Rupert Mock and other relatives.
1-' course is for senior N. C. O. mem- ,y ,
Misled J. G. Weeks returned to his /t a
Be
:. Don't bers training in leadership. T-Sgt.
: home this week after being calledto
Barnes is the son of Mr. and Mr?.. .
< ALL, RATES ARC NOT Lake Butler due to the death :} 4a
Homer Barnes.
' THE SAME of his slsterllniaw.Mrs. .
.' Mrs. Martha McIntosh and :Miss xxh
rf': Julia Mathis were the recent week- Mae Laflin was the recent

.;"': Shlp Trailway. Lowest BAtes. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. George guest of her brother and sister-in- ;; f.

Every Load Insured. Direct'Ser- McLarty in Lake Worth. law Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Adam- t.6 ___

,. vice. Free Personal Con- Mrs. Paul Tillery motored to Ft. son, in Cocoa. i a

;,,:3 ultatlon..r"s-,' Myers Wednesday and was the Steve Brackin of Eagle Lake
'\ overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. was the guest of his sisters and

:;. -t' TRAILW'AYt I Bill Rogers. She was accompaniedhome brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. :csss

.: Thursday by her daughter Harris and Miss Elinor Brackin

; -'. VAN LINES, INC. "Sissy", who attends school there. of Pahokee for three days last
,/ :: ,I Mrs. J. E. Burns of Orlando is week. He returned to his home on

' Nola Dragan the guest of her daughter and Saturday.

+' family Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Chuck Wilson small son of Mrs.

AGENCY Story. Mr. Burns joined his wife Betty Wilson, was a patient in J ;

Paliokee Phone 924-5431 there Wednesday and plans to remain Good Samaritan Hospital on Mon !

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? ''knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreads (e.tabllahed ---...._. ehalnnan a 7e.._.

!rl J S;'. __ more evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up under -rcMnltlPin-100..-dl".t of In oIt eradication 7:.....-11t.........of..).'many' .-...t.d..-.. over.f

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Says Bums On Education: BURNS SAYS, . .

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our youth have an opportunity for quality education th"I.I.
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Margie
WWurW Mrs. G. Lawton Sims; former
Birthday PartyMrs. Canal Point resident, is steadily

Ir News::: Of The Churches I improving in Gainesville, Ga?
Margie Lair was honoredon from a heart attack suffered several -
her 88th birthday by members weeks ago. She wishes to

... of the Simonson-Lair Circle of the thank her many friends tor' the
w' Pahokee Methodist WSCS, who cards and letters received while.in

;The! MettiodisT Church],I Holy Nativity Christian Science went to her home for the occas-. the hospital. .
sion. Gifts were brought by members -
Canal Point, Florida Episcopal ChurchPahokee Group Of Canal PointThe and Mrs. H. J. Anderson, cir- Mr..and Mrs. B. C. Sims had .aa

cle chairman, presented Mrs. Lair weekend guests their grandchildren -
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor transforming and healing with a decorated cake she had Peggy, Susan, Rusty and
.SUNDAY. : Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar effects of knowing man's spiritual baked.. Julie Sims of Lake Worth.
:10:00: a. m.-Church School SUNDAY: identity as a child of God will be
.1.1: 11:00: a. .-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School emphasized at Christian Science
,. : 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service churches this Sunday. The subjectis
:...i 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship . "Soul and Body." The healing of
Ir"MONDAY: the lame man at the temple by
South Side ChurchOf
-t '/:3:15: p.:m.-Youth Choir practice Peter will be read (Acts 3)), and Monday Cattle Sales j
ChristBelle also this
verse from II Corinthians: . .
4'2nd. MONDAY : ((3: 18)): "We all, with open face-
; ; .' 7:3O: p. in.-Ksther;!; Class meet Glade across from beholding as in a glass the glory of
trigTUESDAY Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 the Lord, are changed into the Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

0:00: a. m.-Bible Study same image from glory to glory which is owned and operated by more than 120
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st ,11:00: a. m.-Sermon even as by the Spirit of the Lord.' Florida Cattlemen.
TuesdayWEDNESDAY 6:3O: p. m.-Evening Service Related readings from "Science
: 6:30: p. m.-Wed Bible Study and Health with Key to the Scrip- You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here :-
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting -. r tures" by Mary Baker Eddy will
. at this Market. We make an effort at all times to

First Methodist St. Peter's Lutheran 1 include constructs these a lines better: "Consciousness body when give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give '1

Church, Belle Glade faith In matter has been conquered. us a trial.SALES. ::1
Church, PahokeeJohn Correct material belief by spir-

August Koerber,'Pastor itual understanding: and Spirit will i .11.1..1..1..

A. Brtley, Pastor 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade form.you anew" ,(p. 425)). J
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: . EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.. Jt r$

9:45 a. m.-Church School: l .Divine Services 11 A. M. SPAGHETTI SUFFER t
11:00 a. m.-Morning' Worship. 'School 0:45: A. M. The regular -meeting of the Glades Livestock Market ]
6:45: p. m.-MYF .. . Order of Rainbow Girls: was held
7:45 p. m.-Evening' Worship
at the Masonic Lodge, Monday
The Church Of God ASSOCIATIONOn 1
ITJESDAY: night with Worthy advisor Mary

7:00 p. m.--Vesper Choir prac Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Lee Adams, presiding. Plans are Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
ticsWEDNESDAY being made for a spaghetti supperto
Point Road Phone WY 63028COUK
: be held June 6, time and place
'S. 7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devotions will be announced later. Enter-
John H. Kinard, pastor
( 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School tainment will be furnished. 1 V iI.v I WljV I V I V I V I L.lII I IIV IIMII t"V.'IIu.a1! 1! .'. "I V.'I\ .II UIII-\.1.IIu.:
8:30: p. m.-Senlor Choir prac
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1 . 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B.

St. Mary's ChurchFather Catholic Everyone 8:00: p. m.welcome.Thursday Special-W.M.B.musicand VOTE For RAY G BEHM

singing.
... .. Better Known As
Francis Fennech, Pas to I
Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. Canal Point

Confessions .before- Mass Baptist Church k UNCLE BIM

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First Baptist Lawrence Stewart, Pastor

"'% Church, Canal Point SUNDAY 9:43 : BETTER QUALIFIED TO BETTER i SERVE r
: 'a. m.-Sunday School
11:00: a. m.Morning Worship .l
SUNDAY Elder: Lester Reams 6:30: p. m.-Training Union ALL THE PEOPLE
7:30: p.,m.-Evening. Worship
0:45: a. m..Sunday.School u. VVEDNESlXAYr 4-' .
11:00: a. m.- -Moraiag Worship " *
7:30: p. in Prayer Meeting
6:30 -B. 1. OF PALM BEACH
: p. m. C. f COUNTY
7:30 p. m.-Evening''Worship.ruESDAYS . ---} . .
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: The Paliokee ChurchOf
7:30 p. m.-Choir practice. District 3
WEDNESDAY: f* The NazareneRev. :
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
Service. Max D.-Jones, Pastor COMMISSIONERAs
THURSDAY:-Every other '''week 433 Bacom Point Rd.
7:30: p. m.Ladies Auxiliary Phone 024-7528 P. O. Box 882 '

..Meeting.L- SUNDAY SERVICES: ONLY CANDIDATE Mayor and commissioner for '4 years,
0:45: a. m.-Sunday School WITH GOVERNMENTAL achieved without friction
Church Of Christ 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship progress ,
. 6:30: p. m.-Juniors EXPERIENCE growth without tax increase.

125 N. W. Avenue D 7:00': p. m.--Sunday ,Evening

Phone WY 63867Belle Evangelistic Service FTTERQUA. IEnTO Business success-is built on courtesy, coop- '
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PUNDAY SERVICES Glade Fla. 7:80: .p. m.-Midweek Prayer BETTER SERVE eration, integrity. and economical opera .

10:00: a. m.-Bible Study meeting. MORE PEOPLE tion.
.. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship "Where'you 'are, a" stranger but ,
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7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship once.. BETTER QUALlrlEDTO Cut costs of
BOTH
;WEDNESDAY W* County and 38 Town

.7:30: p. m.-Bible Study First 'Baptist. ACHIEVE. Tli L administrations by closer cooperation between ,'-'
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v.p.-' PLAT FORA* PLf OOE<- county and town_administrative; departments.
ChurchPi4hokee,
Glades BaptistrCkurch :. iI 't 2. Plan .roads 'z"'.1
T* h"V >* t : *: YA' PULl- more throughout county at less cost
C';I ,6utbrie, W. Colvard. Paste9:45 *)- iii, 1
Jonfenan nWcJ "_ r- .
(Rev. <) : ..
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r CO Meets in Pahokee Ions Club,,', .9U13D. A4r i LEVER governmental experience: anticipate ,and
:: %. In'; .SunSlay SchoolS eliminate wasteful
Bulldit'g.' '" spending, cut costs and '
SUNDAY SCHOOL 0:45: a. m. S 1:00':.,..m- *Corning WOir hIp ,maintain low county taxes. .
7:30: p. m. -Evening Worship to PREACHING ,
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7:30 p. m. v 6:30: p. m.-Training Union 12A 4.Strive for more sensible county zoning restrictions .

SUNDAY B. Y.,F. -6:30 p: m. WEDNESDAY 7:80 : Service that fit needs of people as well as future .
p. m.-Prayer .
WED. PRAYER-7:80 p. m. growth. ? .
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Church Of God, Chase Home Scene
UNCLE BIM'S "You.Tel.Me" OPEN FORUMS '
Barfield Highway Of Sorority Meeting ".';.. ;

-- If he is elected your Democratic Candidate for County Commissioner District 3
Pahokee Fla.J. The XI Alpha Mu Chapter .at a on May _.
26, and prior to the general elections in November, Ray G. Behm promises and
W. Hughes, Minister meeting at the home of Mrs. Cornelia ,
pledges to conduct a series of open forum meetings in
every community throughout
Phone 924.3736 Chase installed the follow- .
the county. You and other businessmen and home owners will be invited to talk over :
SUNDAY: officers Lair,
ing new : Mrs. Evelyn
anything on your mind concerning County Commission activities. ..
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School president; Mrs. Frances Moore, : .
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship vice president; Mrs. Eugene Scott
7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- i recording secretary: Mrs. Valerie a THROUGHOUT PALM BEACH COUNTY ,
viceTUESDAY Davis corresponding secretary:
: Mrs. Eva Spooner, treasurer; and N.Lt A/ir.
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service Mrs. Catherine Kennedy, program
THURSDAY: chairman.
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ Installing officer was Mrs. Kathryn EIFCT RAY G. BEHM MAY 26

Service Cunningham. The Chapel's last
. YOUR DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
social event of the season will be
.. Mrs. Alma Nail had as guests a "Till We meet Again"* dinner
j t,this week her aunts and uncle, Mr. i party'at the1 Royal Palm Beach OUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 3VOTF
t;and .Mrs. ''Lee .Lamb of Venture, i Inn. at 8 p: m. Tuesday.Mrs. Lillian
tQI lf.,. Mrs. A. P.; .Wakefleld..1ot+ Beverly. chairman of the FOR IINC1.F BIM'
.JhMjfrsonrtUe''and k Mrs. 1.JCJ&DnaXc* committee in charge of arrnagexnents. .
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Birthday PartyJulie :mYer.-OlAf: Elect FRED
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Witness* Married 3 Children.M&rtne .
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Murphy celebrated her six Miles P. Crum. '
presidingminis
th birthday, with a held i EDUCATION:
party at
ter of the local congregation ofJehovah's Bachelor or Art Degree HOPE i + u
her home at 364 Barfield Highway Stetson Unlrenlty. +
in Pahokee recently. Cake and i ice witness has officially Bachelor Stetson of University Law. Decree A
cream were served to the twenty announced that Orlando has been MEMBERSHIPS t 'e
small guests attending. Julie is the selected as the site for the next Florida Bar Association. Democratic Candidate For
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tuney witness gathering.Mr. American NaUonal Bar Association Association.of <
Murphy. Crum said that the three- Prosecuting Attorney '
----- , -- day assembly June 5-?, at the Or- Society.Agents Former FBI. President.Special STAT !

lando Municipal Auditorium represents EXPERIENCE: ..1
the summer gathering of Special Agent FBI- 8 Yrs.
VOTE ,THE County Solicitor ATTORNEY15th
17 congregations of Florida Cir- 2t'T .
cuit No. 8. Representatives from La.' Enforcement Lecturer -
all 17 congregations will attend Prosecuted- 13 Tears.over 800
Judicial Circuit-Broward-Palm Beach Counties
EISSEYWAY I and participate in the program Criminal Cases
activities. The witnesses will pro
vide for their own needs by meansof PALM BEACH COUNTY VOTERS . . . DID YOU KNOW?
volunteer service departments.
Witnesses from Belle Glade will 1. ty taxpayers of hundreds of thousands of dollars
share in this activity.Mr. THAT the Broward County Candidate, who in future income for road funds.
Crum said "a special feature is seeking support: from Palm Beach County
of this assembly will be the Voters as a member of the Broward County 2.
THAT although opposed by a Broward
free showing of a film entitled legislative delegation in 1963 REFUSED TO
County lawyer for the office of Stato Attorney
Proclaiming Everlasting Good SUPPORT PALM BEACH COUNTY IN THE THE LEADING BROWARD COUNTY NEWs-
News Around The World; to be LAKE OKEECHOBEE SPLIT. He voted with the PAPER. The Fort Lauderdale News. ENDORS-
shown Saturday evening." small County bloc to take away part of this ED FRED HOPE as the most qualified man for ,
LEVER According to Mr. Crum. the County thereby depriving the Palm Beach Counthe office.
film was produced by the Watch
I I Tower Bible and Tract Societyand 3-
7A shows scenes in 22 countries THAT if the Palm Beach County Candidate is not elected, the next State Attorney for Palm
Bench County WILL BE APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR.
covering 24 religious assemblies
which the Society sponsored from
June to September in 1963. Over Most Qualified Most Experienced Ask Your LawyerPaid
ELECTEd 580,000 persons from 161 lands at-
tended the assemblies. ( Political Advertisement
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PLEDGE SERVICEThe Mrs. Lou Lombard and children Mrs. Bessie Suits of Col., and Mrs. W. S. Evans have
annual pledge service of the Jackson-I
Eissey have returned to their home in Mi- ville has returned to returned to their home after a visit
Pahokee Methodist WSCS and installation -
j of officers was held ami after spending the weekend after a week's visit with Mr. and with their daugnter and family
Monday night at 8 p. m. at the with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross' and Mrs. Nellie I Dr. and Mrs. Frank Handley and
church. Rev. John Briley served it J. H. Miller. Ma.l I I I Reuter. children, of Sebring.

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were the Sunday guests of Mr. and
( Political Advertisement) Mrs. J. H. Strayer.
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909 NW 13th STREET Democrat COUNTY COMMISSIONER .


BELLE GLADE, FLA. i" ANDREWS SAYS:

.' ,I; "Count. on past, performance . ',,

NOT,,promises! ' a ,

2. "Build roads by TRAFFIC COUNT. .
not for special or personal INTERESTS ,
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15 Years Experience '
3. "lefs spend COUNTY TAX- MONIES '

with LOCAL BUSINESS FIRMS andPEOPLEIM .
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: 4. "Civil Service! .' or equivalent for,

Free Delivery and J Pick-Up. No Job Too :, !., QUAIIFIZD' I COUNTY EMPLOYEES!" ',f fy

,, .; s 3.yt"Equi1" ?;qo'4ADVANCEMENT- and PAY opportunMo .,,

Small or too;Large. We guarantee, .. .. ."k,. *. fer.1 t QVAUFIED COUNTY ':..
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at HIGHER PAYING,COUNTY .
30 Days On Repair Guarantee. JOBSI".
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"CeeperaHvo WILL OPEN f5
and Military Trail .. South County' ANDY'S PLEDGE: "My ability wialways \
90 days on Cleaning & Repair Guarantee. Unol" ""
be used to insure FAIR and .
. "Lefs ELECT. a man KNOWN and :> ,
RESPECTED by COUNTY and EQUAL REPRESENTATION for

365 Days on All Recore Guarantee. MUNICIPAL REPRESENTATIVES! every citizen of Palm Beach County. "

9. "Lefs ELECT a man dedicated to.... I want and will work for EQUITABLE -

PEOPLE not his own business spending of all tax monies
promotions or .
int.rstsl"i n each of the five county districts,
10.NLet's ELECT a man whoso PROVEN
DON'T CUSS, CALL. . ABILITY WILL BRING DIGNITY and to insure growth and orderly devel

TRUST to County affairs. opment for all of us."


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Birthday Party .
FRINGETHEATREPAHOKEE
Visit Pine Island
Regular Meeting. : .

.. FORA: .r r recently FLA.
t Miss Tammy Branch ;vas ,
the!
The Grace Jernigan circle of honored with, a sweet sixteen
Fishing'Vacation -- "A
Pahokee 'Baptist Church, met at BIRTHS dance party. held at the Pahokee

; *. i '. the home of Mrs. R. R. Hendersonfor Lions Club building. Mr. and Mrs. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY.

meeting ''With Mrs. Hugh It.' Branch were hosts to approximately MAY 24-25-26 /
their. May Robert M. Cress- !
BURttHAM INN Mr. and Mrs. 200 guests. THey were'

Horace Unwin In charge. The pro- of Belle Glade, announce the Favorite
Inger assisted by Mrs. Julian Branch, Mr. "Man's

Air Conditioned Efficiencies gram "Liberty,and Light' was pre I birth of a, daughter Mary Ann, and Mrs. James Wierengo and Mr. ?"

$35 Wk. For TwoFree sented by Miss Jane Plumer. As- born May 16. and Mrs. Marvin Cowart. Sport

:Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Joseph T. Guerryof
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Boat Ramp sisting Miss Plumer were, birthof . -- ROOK HUDSON AND

W. M. DuBose, Mrs. J. L. Hum- Belle Glade, announce 'the Meredith attendedthe
Restaurant Nearby Mrs. Ruth PAULA PRENTISS
E. B. Gamble, Mrs. a son, born May 15.
prey, Mrs. . funeral of her sister-in-law,
89851St. Tillis and Mrs. R. S. Douthit. Lake Worth (TECHNICOLOR)
Phone OW Wiley Hammond and Mrs. J. H. Miller has returned to his Mrs. Morie" Wiley, In ,

Mrs. Mary Also attending were Mr.
'. James. City, Flo. H. 'C. Graham were in charge of home after a stay in ,the local hos Saturday. "Mererith. nIA iA! IW.JIA iIA 4A.v'il'-V.JIW.JIA.Y..4I! ': V..4lw.A
and Mrs. Loren
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