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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 24, 1964
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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New Brand Of Corn I Rev. Tom Wood Is Landscape At ThePahokeeHospital Important Dates Dr. R. Lane Elected

I Banquet SpeakerRev. To Be RememberedApril ,

Brings $315 Crate PTA PresidentAt
Tom Wood, 'pastor of the 30, 1964 Last Day for
Belvedere Baptist Church inWest 'Absentee Ballot Application.
$315 for one crate of sweet corn. Palm Beach; spoke at the annual The Canal Point and Pahokee May 5' 1964, First. Primary Election the recent meeting of the Pa- ,
That is quite a price but that Is Brotherhood banquet held at the Sodbusters and the Belle Glade hokee P. T. A. Dr. Richard Lane (t'
what it brought Thursday after- June 1, 1964, Registration Books
First Baptist church in Pahokee Garden Club were the guests of was elected president for the i ",.
noon at the inauguration of a new Reopen.
The the Pahokee Garden Club at their 1964-65 school Other officers ..i' '
label to designate the very finest Thursday night. group was October 3. 1964. RegistrationBooks year. "
grade of sweet corn in Florida entertained with a solo by Tommy recent meeting. Mrs. Jess Elliott, I Close For General Election.I chosen were Kyle Scott, first vice :7
SunFLAvor the Pahokee Airport Williams, small son of Mr. and president presided and introducedMrs. October 29, 1964. Last Day for president and program chalrmaifjf'
when Agricultural Commissioner \ Mrs. C. E. Williams and the male Edward G. Henriquez of West Absentee Application. Mrs. Clark Wilkinson, second Vfce
Doyle Conner auctioned one Quartet, consisting of Lee Shirley, Palm Beach who is State Land November 3, 1964, General Elec- president ,and membership cfair-|
crate' of corn to the highest bidder Ron McAnnally, Ron Ter Haar scape Chairman of the Florida tion.November man; Mrs. J. L. Tyson, Jr., third
-Sam Senter of Sam Senter and Bob Hasty.Glenn Federation of Garden Clubs. I 9, 1964, RegistrationBooks vice president and hospitality
Farms of' Belle Glade. Mrs. Henriquez introduced her Reopen.Education. chairman; Ray Hawk, Jr., fourth '" '
County Commissioner'Paul Rar- guest Miss Cecilia Grant, State vice president and finance chalr"A
din and State Representative Em- Brower Is I Tree Chairman for the Florida man; Mrs. John L. Starling, secre- ,
mett Roberts were present for the I Federation of Garden Clubs. The GroupOn I tary; Gene Gore, treasurer; Mrs. "
auction with Com. Conner; Lewia Named Lions Pres.Glenn group voted to check on landscaping Richard Nason historian and Mra.
Friend, chairman of the Florida the new hospital with the other Miami Beach F. H, Poteete, parliamentarian.
Sweet Corn Advisory committeeand garden ,clubs in Pahokee and Ca- Installation will take place at the
Fritz Stein, chairman of the Brower, Pahokee insur- nal Point. May meeting. *
Florida Sweet Corn Exchange. The ance agent, was chosen by th? Hostesses were Mrs. Ina Mae i Thursday, the Florida Education The program was a fashion show
sale was held in conjunction with Lions nominating committee to Maxwell and Mrs.. .Gertie Williams. Association F. E A. began their I given by the girls of the home eco. A
the start of the Pahokee Harvest head that club during the coming I nomlcs sewing:( classes and directedby "
1064 convention in Miami
Festival sponsored by the -Junior year Manning I: Keen, past president Beach Mrs. Louise Zaccagnlno, homo
Ladies For
Chamber of Commerce. Night at the Miami Beach ConventionHall.
and chairman of the nominating economics instmctor. Miss Dianne ,"r,'
committee, gave the reportof The F. E. A. is made up of Hollon, acted as narrator for the ,

Funeral Services ,his committee, which 'recom- Joint Lions Club Superintendents, Principals, and models.'
mends Glen Brower for president; teachers from all over the state'' of I
George Rashley first vice president Florida.
For Mrs. ConnellMrs. ; J. S. Atkins, third vice pres- :Monday night, was Ladies Night Delegated attending from Paho. Canal Point Group
ident; Robert J.: Schroder!, secre- and Spring Zone social time for kee High School are Kyle Scott
tary. Lions front this zone, which takesn and John Howet.} Delegates from Receives Awards
Edith Mae Connell, 63, of :James W, Vann treasurer; J.: Canal Point Pahokee and Okee- the Elementary school are Mrs.
2291 East Main Street, Pahokee, D. Douglas Lion tamer; Lewis chobee. The Canal' Point Lions Kyle Scott, and Mrs. R. :J. Maxson (" ;
,, die&Sunday.morning.Apr1L.l2., Collins,-tail.twister;..JH..W41kiu- Glub-wa., 't.attheCJornmunit.y Delegates from' the' Canal Point Blue' Rlbbbns. wereffetefVed' '''by w '
Mrs. Connell was a native of eon, Jr., and Dr" R. L. Hatton, two- Center to 85'Lions and their wives. Elementary school Arc Principal Gaylo Story, seventh grade, and
Tallahassee but came to Pahokee year directors. Nominations from The group was entertained by the \v. W. White, Mrs. Mildred Larrlck James, Conley, eighth grade, of the '
in 1934 from Ft. Myers. She was a the floor 'will be In order at the Glades Correctional InstitutionChorus and Mrs. Charlotte Walston.Adjustments Canal Point School in the annual
member of the Baptist Church. April 28th meeting, and the annual which was presented by PRIm Beach County Junior High
Mrs. Connell is survived by her election of officers, will take. place |Ipast'president J. G. Weeks. Mathmetics Tournament held .
husband, Hunter Connell, of Paho- May 5. Mel Paul president of the Canal For April 10 at the Lake Worth High '
kee; one son, Edward H. Connell, Point Lions Club, presided ,at the School with students'' talented in
of Ocoee, Florida; two' daughters, Al Burned To meeting, which followed the pro- Local Post Office mathematics from junior high
Mrs. Theresa Lutz of Belle Glade Sykes gram.It schools all over the County attend-
and Mrs. Edna Williams of Winter was announced that the district -
Garden, Florida. She has seven Death' In CarolinaAl governors"cabine will be held The limited adjustments in some ing.Gayle and James received their
grandchildren. at the Belle Glade Community postal services ordered in Wash- awards from William, Hegstrom,
Funeral services ''w ere held Center from '2:00: p. m. till 4:00: ington March 10 by Postmaster president of the Palm Beach Coun- ,
Tuesday at 10:00: a. m. at the Ca- Sykes, 34, died as the resultof p. m. Sunday, April 26. This is the General John A. Gronouski to save ty Mathematics Teachers Association
nal Point Baptist Church, with the burns received' in a truck acci- fourth and last meeting of district $12.7 million will begin to take who is a member of the Del-
Rev. Luther of Belle Glade 35D and Lions from all 47 clubs 1
Key dent in North Carolina on Wed- effect In Canal Point and other ray Beach Junior High faculty,
and the Rev. Lawrence Stewartof nesday of this week. Mr. Sykeswas in: this district are expected to. at- cities May ,4, Postmaster Edythe. with Mrs. Gladys Harrington,
Canal Point officiating. driver of a truck for Henderson tend. Smith said today. teacher of the Seventh Grade at -,
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Active pallbearers were Charles Distributing Company. The Service changes planned locally the Canal Point School was pres-
Stokes. Eustis Blackwell, Lorenzo truck was wrecked and caught Miss Fran Arnold Include the following, Mrs. Smith i ent.. She coached the two award .
Connell, Lawrence 'Connell, Keith said: I winners for the tournament. ;
Lutz, and Hueston Connell. Burial fire.The deceased is survived by his 1. There will be no charge at all The Canal Point School was also "
was in Port Mayaca- Cemetery.- wife Lillian, and a daughter. Miss Everglades in our system of parcel post de represented in the tournament by I ,
I Ij :Jewel. Funeral services will be held I livery. Ross Harrington. Each student }I"
''Mrs. Tucker Named in Tlfton Ga., according to advice I 2. Beginning May 4, 1964 them participating,received; a Certlfl- ,"'
, reaching Canal Point. I MIss'- Fran' Arnold of Pahokeewon will not be? any money orders written I cate of'Achievement. -:-' ...;...
The deceased was a former route the Miss Everglades Contest or box rents collected ,cn Sat- .
Garden Club Pres. man for the Coca Cola Company in at the annual Spring Harvest: Festival urday mornings. Only one":::window Turnpike Record ""
Pahokee and the family has a wide sponsored by the Jaycees will be open on Saturday morningsand ... of friends who were saddened Friday night at the' Pahokee High that will be for general delivery Was Set In March .
The Canal Point Garden _Club I., by 'the tragic acident. School. mail, C.O.D.'s, stamps, regis
met at the' home of Mrs.'" M. C. Miss Cheryl Stone, daughter of ters, and parcel post. FORT LAUDERDALE New
Carter recently at which time election Private Agencies Mrs. Beulah Stone of Belle Glade 3 The star route carrier who records for cash toll income by the
of officers took place. Mrs.G. was first runnerup for the title serves the area north of Canal day, week, month and quarter were
H. Tucker. Sr.. was elected Should Buy Licenses I and Miss ,Andrea Funderburk of Point to Port Mayaca will not be set in March by the Florida 'State
president, Mrs. J. G. Ford vice Pahokee was second runnerup. able to accept any money order Turnpike Authority.' Cash tolls are
president; Mrs. M. C. Carter, TALLAHASSEE Secretary of Winning the' Little Miss Ever- applications on Saturdays. expected to set record in 1964, '
treasurer; and Mrs. Ralph Duran, State Tom Adams has remindedall glades contest for the small fry I The Postmaster emphasized thatno according to John ,R. Phillips, _
secretary. Mrs. Ford presentedthe private investigative, watch- was ''Miss Terianne ,Johnson of Pa- essential major services are Chairman'of the agency. '
program entitled "World Gard men, guard and patrol agencies hokee and runnerup wan Terry affected under the orders. There Phillips Mild completion of the
ening." which have not yet acquired a Thomas of Pahokee. will be no change in special deliv- 156-mile extension in January
state license that,they are practic- ery, for example. Regular business plus a record breaking winter
Chicken Supper At ing their profession illegally. Hurricane Gate To mail deliveries will continue as tourist season brought In record
Adams has urged these unlicensed usual. Letters and other first class first quarter cash tolls of over $3
Community Bldg.The agencies to contact the Officeof Be Closed April 28 mail will be handled with the sama million. .Cash''toll Income for the
Secretary of State for prompt priority as ever. same period in 1963 was $1,703,330.
Canal Point P. T. A.. will registration or be subject" "a fine Hurricane Gate Structure No. 5 The economy step, Mrs. Smith Record day cash receipts of
held a fried chicken dinner at the of up to $1,000 or imprisonment 'of at Canal Point will be under repair explained, is In line with President $52,473 came on Friday, March 27
Community center Saturday from up to one year. during the approximate period of Johnson's programs under which Record week was March 25: '
*5OO: till 8:00: p. m. Tickets will be The law providing for the licensing -I April 28 through June 23. 1964, and the recent Federal income tax cut through 31 with cash receipts of
sold at the door, adults $1.50, children and supervision of these agencies will be closed to navigation during was provided. 309664.
be became effective 1.I I the period 28 - .---.i
$.75. Take out orders may on July approximate April
called in at 4:30 p. m. by calling 1963. Since that time some 350: to May 19 1964. S-Sgt. and Mrs. John F. Kiesllch.Jr. :Mrs.: C. L. Stuart !Is the guest of ,
9245446. agencies have been licensed but I and sons Johnny O. and Dow her mother Mr*. Enflnger at Black:
- the Secretary of State says he ]Is Mrs. M. D. Geiger has returnedto :Michael returned to their home at Alabama., and plans to visit her
:Mrs. Dick Parrish and Mrs. quite certain there are Mill a number her home from St. Mary's Hospital Pemberton, New Jersey, after a daughter-and;son-tn-law. :Mr. aadMra. '
Robert Maxson were recent visitorsin of agencies still operating. in West Palm Beach following two week visit with her parents, Jordan Walker in Montgejm- .' '
Jacksonville. without the! required licens eye surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Osceola Upthegrove1' ery Alabama.

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Two Friday April 24, 1964
The Everglades. News Canal Point Florida 33438:
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: 1 velopment ours is: wonde-rtul,"I I :Mr. and Mrs. John-,Williams and
All Florida Areas
Greene said, "and it is'also a king family of Orlando, were the''week
Should' Be ProsperingORLANDO size headache.." I end guests of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. WilliamsJohnny
At a dinner that evening Gov. .
,I -
Wendell Jarrard
Farris Bryant said that in contrast -I I
1 J chairman or the Florida Develop-, to other states the only gim- I Smith has returned to
nient Commission l said recently
Gainesville where he will resume
|mick Florida offers new industryis
there is no reason for'some areas
studies at the University of
"the kind of climate that makes his
of Florida to prosper and othersto "
stand still. lit possible for business to grow. Florida.

Jarrard, addressing state busi-,
ness and industrial leaders attend
ing the Florida Industries Exposition -
in Orlando, said that every ELECT
Florida community has something

The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE unique that it alone can offer industrial
prospects. RUTH OLDHAMSupervisor
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OFTHE He warned, however, that "Flor-I
Ida's Industrial development must! :

EVERGtAMS NEWSServing be('(controlled that smokestacks .
.. .u, don't blotout, the beaches and the
I palm trees"'The j Of F
the Lake Okeechobee'Farming- Region Without :
Interruption Every, Week tor Nearly 40 Years conference was sponsoredby
the Development Commission,
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday. the Florida Council of 100 and the) RegistrationMOST
Subscription: price'.$2.00 Year In Advance Florida Industrial Development k
,The-Everglade New Is Entered the Post OfficeIn Raleigh W. Greene, Jr. of St. CANDIDATE PRIMARY
Canal Point, Florida,'as Second Class Matter Petersburg, chairman of the Coun-1 -
Paul cil of 100, announced Florida is Over" 4 years Actual MAY 5th, 1964
Rardin Owner Editor, Publisher
I ExperienceRUTH
growing at the rate of one new
.RETURNS: TO FSU+ city the size of Lakeland (41,350) OLXMLAM Pledge Pull Lever 35A
Freddie Blakey has returned to Glades Office Bldg. every six months just from new I' ECONOMY' IN OFFICE
his studies at F. S. U. In Tallahas- residents coming into the state. COURTESY to all. (Paid- Pol. Adv.)
t see after a visit with his parents, Has: Ass't Solicitor "This jack-ln-the-beanstalk de .
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blakey. :Mr. -----.----.
TBlakey will begin assistant teaching : I
: history in September he was The Glades Office Building, orig- '
one of ten chosen out of 50 stu-II
vdents applying for assistantshlp. being inally planned by County and brought CommissionerPaul into ITS! TRADE 'N' TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S,

Rardin is offering another

f servce to the Glades section of the

1 county. A countv solicitor's assistant -
t _
.I. .It. will be stationed in the buildingand
: I will keep office hours two

9r. I I days a week, coming from West
I Palm Beach on Monday and Fri-
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),'J.1 day.County Solicitor Joel Daves ::81 ,
\ I "t. working cooperative with Magistrate -'

Judge James Tyson in furn- 4 t
1 ishing this service for the new
court. Bill Jackson is the new assistant .
".. solicitor and his services
will be available in the Glades Of- 'L
.w.1'11 I, fice Building in the future, Mr. : ;:
Daves said.
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(Paid Pol. Adv.) Sport Coupe above;Corvette Sting Ray, Chew//Nora, Corvafr Moma,Chevelte Malibu, Chevrolet /mpato.

I. 5 different ways to make a big splash!

without going overboard on price

RUTH SHEPARD It's get-the-cottage-ready time. Put-the-boat-in-the-water time. Baseball time. Trade 'N*
L Travel Time at your Chevrolet dealer's. Time to get out of that wintertime rut, into one
of Chevrolet's five great highway performers.

Now it's easy to go on,'vacation first class-without paying a first-class ''price. In a

luxury Jet-emooth Chevrolet, for example. This beauty rivals just about any car in styling,
BEST QUALIFIED CANDIDATE performance and comfort. Or try a totally new type of travel in the youthfully styled
Chevelle. lots of room inside-yet nicely sized for
easy handling.,,
Education Experience Now thrifty Chevy II has hill-flattening power. Unique Corvair

Administrative offers extra power that accents its road-hugging rear engine traction..
AbilityRuth D And the exciting Corvette speaks for itself.

L. Sheppard has made only one campaign Yes, right now is new car time. T-N-T Time. Time to get the most
promise-to bring: courteous service to all the fun from a new car. To get a great trade on your old one. To get a
. people of Palm Beach County and to operate the ..------- big choice at your Chevrolet dealer's. Come on in!

registrar's office with dignity and efficiency.

'.., In' Florida 42 out of 67 counties have already elected _e.
women registrars.

VOTE FOR THE RIGHT RUTH Stanley Chevrolet Inc. '.

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Miss ,McClure of Ft.LAu'derd'ale C. A. Major Sr. is a patient itSelf
BIG DIVIDENDS U. Sugar Corp> I was the guest of her Memorial Hospital in Greenwood -

Closed ,Good ,Season parents' Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure S. C. where he recently un- I

- -- -- -- '.- -- this week., 'W*' derwent surgery.
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CLEWISTON United States ,:
Sugar Corporation celebrated the
end of the 1963-64 sugar cane har- VOTE FOR KELLY WIL.L
vest season recently with one of AND PRAYER BACK TO OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS!

GOVERNMENTALEXPERIENCE the largest barbecues. ever held in Mr. and Mrs.' Gordon L*. Hoyle
Florida. I announce the birth of a c.aughte.%
Barbecued: beef and pork,,and all Audrey Ann Born April 17.
EXECUTIVE the trimmings, was prepared for -

ADMINISTRATION some 3,600 people which included Miss: Patsy Keene is the guest of
and their families.
I employees her parents Mr. and Mrs Leland
VOTE ,FOURAY Cooked in huge pits for over 24
hours prior to ,the party the food Keene during semester break at
I a
"UNCLEBI1" was served in the company's Clew- F. S. U. in Tallahassee where she; IJ

iston Sugar House wherethe:giant is a Junior. Miss Keene was accompanied -J It

stalks of cane are ground into ',raw home by her room mac FOR GOVERNOR
sugar while the harvest. is -in full- and sorority; sister :Miss Ann
swing. Fackleman of Panama City. t Paid by Kelly for Governor Campaign fund
Long-time employees were also
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kkk. honored through the, presentationof
X +tk x S d 1 6k service pins. This year's featurewas
the awarding of a'40-year pin
to Walter Murph an employee in

r. the Bryant for service mill. Others extending were from recognized Your Protest Is Invited!

five to 35 years.
The celebration ended Saturday
night with a dance in the local The present Port Commissioners have apparently forgotten -

::: .,t"'''$''' :-''-:' .. country club with U. S. Sugar the boundaries of the District-Lake Okeechobee to

lf'i! 'f-IJ j . .' A : danced picking to up a the top-flight check. name Employees band Everglades residents in the Atlantic. The Glades has received 'few benefits from I

.. .IJ' the Port of Palm Beach
until the wee hours. the incumbents, most of these just prior to an election.
G. BEHMDistrict District Are Entitled to "

//Membershi;Drive More Than Just "L i pService" r
3 at Election Now Is The Time To Make A Change! /
For Young Adults

COUNTYCOMMISSION I The Young Adult Class of the Time William G. "Bill" Hobbs is aware of the district boundarieshe '

Pahokee First Methodist Church is aware of the source of Port taxes. Bill Hobbs be- n;,
will conduct a membership drivein '..
the form of a Hootnany Friday lieves in reviewing; the needs of the entire District-then

night at 8 p. m. at the church. The I, filling these needs with a more equitable distribution of
show will feature such well known
artists as the Farmers Four 'with k tax funds. Further-Bill Hobbs will make every effort

When you vote for your favorite Carol Mae Hatton Rickey Parker to }put the District on a paying basis in order to achieve(,
County Commission candidate remember Willola Tyson and Wayne Hund- f a
Interests that are my my own only home real and estate 3 I ley; Dick Hurt Chuck Elliott.The drastic cuts in taxes now levied.
popular Uncle Blm business loca- J i Beagles with Pat Murphy Keith
tions In Palm Beach County. Aa a
successful businessman with 4 Padgett Glenn Angel ,and Cal
eventful years of governmental !Spooner; Tammy Branch >and Bob : } Voice Your Protest-Vote For A Change
experience behind me I can bring:
to the County Commission the kind Hatton.
of close cooperation between county I -.- '
and community that holds down : LEVER 47 A
taxes In both. Let's work together to Mr. and Mrs. WJley Tillis: wera
beat the cost of both county and of her sister-
the overnight guests (Paid Pol. Adv.)
town administration. A good placeto J
start Is by electing Uncle Blm. in-law Mrs. Lawrence ;Jaudon and
family Friday in Wauchula.

County-Wide Democratic 1 Mack Parker left Monday for U 1 a
Los Angeles,/California after several U
ELECTION MAY 5 days visit! with his broth

I and family' i;' Mr., ,,and, Mrs. :J. P.
(Paid Polr Adv..) Parker.* '

"reprint of The Miami Herald 4-17-ftV

The Herald Recommends . .

We recommend the renomination of Spessard Holland as .Demo- .

cratic candidate for the United States Senate a body which he

decorates as few men do. .

The Senate as Daniel Webster said "is a hall

for mutual consultation and discussion; not SEARCHLIGHTOF
an arena for the exhibition of champions.

Its members are more than anything else a

deliberative body with a prestige unequalled ARE in this Race for County ,Commissioner# ?

*,. .. in any parliament or congress.

Senator Holland has served three full terms

in this,body and part of a fourth. This is the 11. '"Count' on past, parformanco . WHAT'S THE lEST TEST

tribute paid him by his Florida constituency,'' NOT promisost" f. Candldata's qualifications? Just read /
and we think ,it is because he fits the, classic ;
"Coop.rafiv..ffo: WILL OPEN this partial list of outstanding citizans
2. f
prescriptions,of U. S. Senator.
,Military frail to'South County Unal" who, .know and ,cecommond "A! PY" ;
He is dignified without being'pompous.. '
He is direct without being dictatorial.He with' LOCAL BUSINESS FIRMS and .Joseph Armter David G. Johnson

.. Charles Austin Max..r>, Kleinleln
is a reasoning man; and thus in a deliberative body a deliberate -
PEOPLE. .W. V. Blum.r Catherine D. Lewi
with mellow toleration of opposing opinions
man a
.. "Civil Service ,or oqulvalant for Opt. Herman Booth George E. Longman
He is, most of all a knowledgeable ,legislator who does his home- EMPLOYEES! Helen G. Brady Lawrence W. Myers
QUALIFIED Drury J. Burchett Karl Propper -
5.( "Equal ADVANCEMENT and PAY op Richard E. Castor W. D. Shields .
These qualities are important in a public sevrant who is one of only COUNTY .Dale Cllno Hilllard T. Smith Jr.
port"nl''o' r QUALIFIED Beatrice Crafty Walter L. Snyder
100 Americans possessing awesome powers over the security of the WOMEN EMPLOYEES! Ruth R. Dolly Earl H. Taft
nation and the lives and property of its people. Among those 100 Faircloth L. R. Tanner'
Senator Holland ranks 12th in seniority. His score of years in -.. "Lafs'give local folks FIRST .Joseph J. Gallo .....,Thompson

Washington which followed,his wartime governorship of Florida TUNITY at HIGHER PAYING COUNTY Robt C. Or..r III, D.O.. .-Clem C. Trunnell

have brought him major appointments on standing and special JOBS! Bernard Ourldl.Royce. Vandor' Vo.rdMary'R.
Hatton Carl Walker"ANDY"
committees.For {(7. "Coop.rativ..Hort WILL OPEN '

instance he is a member of the Committee on Agriculture and f-95 'to South County Unal"u VOTEr '0. ,

and is chairman of one of its subcommittees; he is a r
Forestry KNOWN and
SS ... ELECT a man
member of the powerful Appropriations Committee and again,the RESPECTED by COUNTY and
chairman of a sub-committee.: He is'a member of the new and '
significant Aeronautical and Space Science Committee with which MUNICIPAL .PREsENTATIVESIHDEMOCRAT! -

Florida needs close and abiding liaison. \... "....... ELECT a man dedicated to the ,

Senator Holland is 72. His mind Ls as sharp and his step is as A- 1." PEOPLE, not his. own buslnosspromotions COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
that the voters will I 1 or .
quick as a man many years hisjunior We hope r =
say on May 5 that this unassuming statesman whose brand of con- B> Oafs HJECf a man PROVEN ,

servatism is positive and purposeful, Is their choice for yet'o fourth .r AfiilTY WL. BffJNO DIGNITY and MAY 5th, 194
and purposeful ia their choice for yet a fourth '* '
ia positive
servatiam AHMET lo COJUPJ** 1m...." A 'I
Florida. .. .... IItt ''t PULLJrrlday

(Paid PoL Adv.) .


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Friday, April 24, 1964

Thef,Everglades News, Canal.PoInt.F1orida 334S8'Covered =-
PAge Four Hospitality ,Service Aide with the
J ., Rev.' and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, Miss Becky GrimesAt Brass "Rails ''line of restaurants at
" : Dish Dinner Personal Items ,was first runner up in ,the "MissStetson" : The World's ,Fair the Worlds Fair. It was necessary

For WSCS Attendants i contest held Eteland.recently at for the girls selected to have lan-

I I Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers have' Stetson University in Miss Becky Grimes, daughter of guages and Miss Grimes is major
Sunday night the W. S. C. S. ')t I,returned: from a trip to Bonlfay, Roger Hatton arrived this week Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grimes, left by ing in language at F. S. U. in
the Flrst Methodist Church in Pa- Florida._ They were accompaniedby from the University of Florida in Sunday night for New York
hokee sponsored a covered dish; his sister Mrs. Nellie O'Rlordon. Gainesville, for a visit with his plane where she will be employed as a I|Tallahassee.
dinner In connection,with the fou of Ft. Pierce. parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Robert Hat-
th Quarterly Conference held that ton. - -' --- ----
I David of
:Mr. and Mrs. Ramey
night. Rev T. H. Norton, paste
weekend guests
h Cocoa, were the Mrs. Ruth Hatton was the guestof
of'th'e Methodist VOTE
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert ,
of her parents her son and daughter-in-law
of Lake Worth was the presiding Mock and his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Thor Hatton this
Elder in the absence of Dr. Henry T.
Mrs. George Ramey. week and has returned to her homeat
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Blackburn, district superintend-
ent.'V. Miss Kathleen Spencer left by Ft. Pierce.
plane Monday for New York where STIERERDEMOCRAT
Mrs. C. B. Stringari has returned she will be employed by :Minute FILLING STATION Site for
to her home after a visit with Maid Corporation at the- Worlds lease on Muck City Road be-
her niece who is a student at the: tween Streamline Quarters and FOR
University of Georgia in Athen, Fair.Mrs. Conners Highway. Ideal locationfor ATTORNEY
Guthrie Colvard is attend- STATE
small rest-
Georgia. service station and
Intermediate G. A. House
y. ing the aurant. For full particulars get in 15TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gifford -and Party in 'Boca Raton where she touch with Paul Rardin, Canal Broward Counties
conference on "JIomls"Miss Palm Beach
,., family, former residents of Cant will lead a Point, Fla., or phone 924-2661 between -
Point, were the weekend guests of Ruth Colvard, daughter of 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. .
Canal I -
friends and relatives In .
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Point and Belle Glade
, to Gainesville where they; .
' :' attend the University Florida.

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since Ethyl
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: $9.55 to $3.32. u, :: %::, .: 3 I
Favors tax saving merge

>' er, clerks of criminal and-
circuit courts.

Pledged to high stand w..
''' ards set by retiring clerkof
Circuit Court, .. Alex


:u' Elect John Dunkle N

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UTILITIES COMMISSION .. It's an important gasoline discovery Methyl*
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",' I Law Oraduat and- Former a steps 'up octane performance so effectively that it stops power-wastmg

.. Special Assistant to knock better than any other antiknock compound M th 1

U. S. Attorn/ T more evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine] stand/uo under

t: : extreme temperatures. And ifri Standard gasolines (Crown and
.' 24 Years of Law andProgressive .. Crown Extra) . at no increase in '
Public Service r.
: \ .t- ',. price! Another important way that .
Cited for Fair and we take better care of your car. STANDARD ,
Impartial RegulationNow Our new refinery at Pascagoula,
'" Standard trademark for antiknock compound .
It. now producing tho new
'* Serving as Chairmanof Methyl gasolines, is America's. OIL
most modern refinery. : '
Florida Public Utilities 1
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FViday. ,April.24, 1964 .. The Everglades News.Canal Point.-Florida 33438 -. -- Page 8iy.
--t--I' CORONARY OOCIAJSIONMrs. from a 'severe heart attack according
Wee Care Center broken. to information received in
en as : John Hundley Is the guest of his
Toddlers 20: Kindergarten: 25.10 parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hund G. Lawton Sims 'formerresident Canal Point this week. The attack
First Full ReportThe Some of the children are broughtin ley. He will return to the Univer- of Canal Point and now was described as a coronary oc
as early as' 5:30: a. m., breakfast sity of Florida In Gainesville of Gainesville Georgia is in Hare
is served at 7:30 a. m. and Thursday to resume' his studies. County Hospital there suffering clusion.

Wee Care Day Center at lunch at 11:30.: ,Space will not allow _. -, -- -- -___---- ____ __ __u______ "_
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Belle Glade, operated by the Salva listing the menus on .
meat loaf and ----
tion Army made Its first report they served
steamed rice creamed peas,
of the number of children registered gravy '
during the first two weeks of harvard beets bread, milk and Port Taxes Too
its operation.The apple sauce. The Glades Pay
average' attendance per day In the afternoon for
ments, juice and cookies are served -
TMIs.PAC COHTItI.UTED sY THE,u.uaHIII or milk and cookies. In the past 15 years, the Port of Palm Beach District has collected more than $6 mill
The parents are to pick up tha ion in taxes-Glades residents have paid a generous slice of this amount! And For
children as soon as they get homo
['m cured from work. Sometimes it,is necessary What Return?
I to keep open until 7:30 p. m.
The rates are based on the tn-. The present commission instead of using port revenue
comethe number of children and LEVER
fliThi11u I the circumstances surrounding the to pay'its operating expense, channels port revenue into

I family., its pet projects and is using your tax dollars to under
At a meeting of the committee write its ,mis-management. Your tax money goes for 44 A
recently, headed by George L. council into
Royal much discussion took place high priced legal and engineering promotional
regarding the finances and it was exploits which seldom produce anything of

determined to continue with the value, into land speculation and so-called Port improve .
original plans to contact those who. ments. Glades residents do not benefit from, such .y.
have not made a contribution.Mrs. :
A Roy W. Brown has accepted wasteful spending. The incumbents now propose to '
the chairmanship of the fund spend $500,000 more to widen and deepen the Palm *
appeal and with volunteers will Beach Inlet-a project not needed for port operation. t

not plan as to yet call made on prospects a contribution.who have John Rybovich, Jr., is strongly opposed'to this wastefull i x ...

Funds are needed to meet some of spending;' to dredging the inlet, to the constant spiral

the obligations on the building as of District taxes, and to needless port expansion.? You :..f
well as the maintenance. situation by voting
Contributions should be mailed can help eliminate this expensive

direct to Mrs. Roy W. Brown. May 5th for John Rybovich, Jr.
X97 Checks should be payable to Wee
(Paid Political Advertisement)
Care Day Center or The Salvation
Army. ._
10 :Mr. and Mrs. Guy McClure of
CURE MORE Thomas Oklahoma are the guests
U of his brother and sister-in-law I

GIVE MORE Mr. and Mrs. O.- .B.--McClure.

AMERICAN ; Mr. and Mrs. J. H.'Bordeaux are -

the guests of Mrs. Grlmesly in PORT COMMISSIONER Group 1
CANCER SOCIETY Tampa for several days.MAKE Disr.2

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INTEGRITY ..... ..... .....
PROVEN 1t7'U'lrUIU' '''"l'\flUfill"''f{"''lL"'01 mIL .m.


ty ) MarvinMounts F aqn rsProduction .Credit Association

; r r Miami, Belle Glade and Vero Beach, Florida
YourCOUNTY At The Close of Business, March 31, 1964


EXPERIENCE and Interest ................................ $12,125,152.29
: DEDICATION Less Reserve ..... 313711.96 $11,811,440.33


CONTINUE WITH A TRAINED PROSECUTOR Equipment . ,' i. .(, 12,785.82

SUPPORT MARVIN MOUNTS JR., FOR U. S.,Government Bonds .?:.; ',': "4: l 762,219.26
Cash in Bank .. ,70,241.13
1 ----- ------- Investment F. H. A. & S &W Loans J:a <* 'f-, : '(,.-: '; 8,525.86
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-- Stock: Federal Intermediate Credit Bank : / '181,375.00

Automobiles ((2) ..,... 5,276.58

Other,Assets 4,695.94

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LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL's How Florida's Notes Payable: Federal Intermediate Credit Bank.... .. .'$10,559,861.98Miscellaneous

SENIOR' SENATORSPESSARO .r."1!; ( : Accounts; 'Payable .;...........;.,.. ........u \ r= .> ;&'.,' 13,699.07;

_ Capital Stock .........I..u_........._............$.lf85, t380.00'I .'. ; '

L.1I Surplus! h..U..u............................ 695,276.59 2347656.59
OLLA'NDSTANDS $12,921,217.64A


Senator"At this Holland moment,says I should: b* with you Democratic In Florida primary. . Counties Served: Broward, Collier., Dade, Indian River, Martin, Monroe

s.king your support In the to coming the United States S.nat.. Okeechobee, Palm,Beach and St. Lucie
in my bid for renomlnotlon urgent bus ness . .
Instead, I am in Washington on the Civil OFFICERS
to us all . because I feel

more Rights important Bill now before citizens the,and Senate one which would, oven b.bad If passed legislation -, Harry B. Matthews George H. Wedgworth Chas. B. Long, Jr.
for all our Secretary.TreasurerDIRECTORS
coercive Vice-Preaidcnt
the fact of Its very
failure by
will,be doomed to would such fantastic power In the
nature. This bill general that we could come closeto
hands of the attorney 'For this reason, I am spendingmy Jefferson Davis Walter Peterson
state. Wedgworth
police George
being a Washington . .doing the |lob
campaigning to do.time In the, meantime, I warmly ask: you Harry B. Matthews C. R. Sexton
you sent me State
and our great
service to you
to consider my past United States Senate as REPRESENTATIVESGilbert
Florida and return me to
of our senior senator." .U.. S.. Sena'o since 946. L. Lanham Billy'W. Ingram Chas. B. Long: Jr.
S nator Holland a. h.servo h.aa."your.Inoel seniority ranked twelfth Belle Glade Florida Miami Florida Miami, Florida
During years Mem"." 0' the Senate.Pat.t Yvonne Simpson Diann Burke Mary Ellen WrightBelle
( PoUNcai Ad.n" Glade Fla. Miami Fla. Vero Beach. Fla.

. S Merle Palmer Ruth Prange Muriel Perry Gladys Bullinger
Belle Glade.'Fla. Miami. Florida Vero Beach Fla. Miami Florida

1 James E. Davis Doris Adams
Miami Florida Miami. Floridar1

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.! Bid ?'1'11e..l etg eRre..C4na1! 'A1 t.tJnQ; .93d;8,. Friday.April 24. 1964
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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams of 785 Bacom Point Road, Pahokee an
nounce the engagement of their daughter Velma Lucille to Ronald r
Howard Hair, Dalton Ga. Miss Williams was graduated from Pahokea. kT
High School and is now a student at Mercer University In Macon, Ga.
Mr. Hair is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John'Howard Hair of Dalton, G*. 7:45 NIGHTLY
The prospective bridegroom' was graduated from Mercer University
June 1st with a double major in mathematics and physics. He will go in
the Army June 29th as a Second Lieutenant.

t Dixie Lily 'Buys |adding two more "rocks" to the

Georgia Milling: Co. !I six Webb: already said. "We producing plan to corn landscapethe meal,"' APRIL 26 MAY 3

entire area which included n -
TAMPA-Cecil M. Webb, ownerof (natural waterfall from which the
Dixie Lily Milling Company, of mill's operating power comes. It
Tampa, and. the Eelbeck, Milling I will be open to the public for in-
Company, of Columbus, Georgia, spection." .
lias announced the acquisition of The Pine Mountain Milling Com-
the large Pine :Mountain Milling I pany will be In operation 24 hours
Company, in Harris County, Ga. a day, and will distribute products
Formerly owned by the Calla-1(in states east of the Mssisslppi.
way interests the Hamilton, Georgia -:;Dixie Lily Mlllng Company will Auditorium Air .'Cooled I
.I mill will be a half-million-dol continue to supply Florida. Thp
Jar corn meal producing: and distribution Eelbeck Mill operation in Columbus -
center, covering Georgia. will be moved to the mill on -
Alabama, South Carolina, North Pine Mountain, and will distribute
Carolina, Mississippi and Ken- Eelback meal and other products.
tucky. Webb, a multi-million dollar industrialist Nursery Air ond t onedEveryone
"Work has already begun on is a native of Rich-
I land, Georgia, and once worked
with Eelbeck in Columbus before
W I""'I, ' moving to Florida where he founded -
his Dixie Lily Milling Company.
Webb said that Eelbeck once owned -
PRINCE THEATRE the mill which he purchased
4 from the Callaways.
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APRIL 2627.28"CHARADE" Union At Bradenton

Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard
plan to leave Monday for Braden-
ton where they will begin a seriesof "
conferences for leaders and
HEPBURN A WALTER counselors in the State Regional
MATTAU Training Union meeting Rev. Col
f vard will be working with leadersof !
I Young People and Mrs. Colvard
I lli..Y..J'' K5SZSS2I&3: will work_ with Junior leaders. :

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Monday Cattle Sales . If you are making a new start on the sea

w of matrimony, you will do ,well to stop by

Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market our office in Belle Glade or Pahokee and ri '"

which Florida i is Cattlemen.You'l1 owned and. operated by more than 120 find out first hand how easy it is to ,own '

S. your own home. Don't put your pad check in #
enjoy the excellent service you receive here ,
at this Market. We make an effort at all times to rent receipts when you can just as easily

give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Giveus own your own home. We'll be,happy to dis- "

a trial.SALES. cuss this highly important matter with you. '\'


.. Glades Livestock Market And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS

; On Pahokee-Belle Glade,Road Pahokee Belle Glade

t Phone WY 6-3028 Let Your Money,.Earn,4V4% Payable Semi-Annual

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Friday..April 24, .1964, Tb /E>vrghMfai Newe..Canal Point._Florida>334SS- Pate ZZtree
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Porpoises Will Go Christian Science IS- 00t-;;.AN'TIUN to:tile.; t VOTE TUESDAY, MAY 5* 1964
tic you'd like to convert into

To World's Fair Group Of Canal PointA cash? A small classified ad in -- -- ...-- --- "
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this column will turn the trick. it
MIAMI Fiver porpoises and Bible Lesson on "Probation only costs a dollar--cash with or ** !
four sea lions all graduates of the After Death" will be heard at der. ELECT
Christian Science churches next
Miami underwater Seaquarium's sea school and Sunday. A major theme of the Lesson FOR SALE OR RENT: 40' x 50' FRED i,,
university trav-
will be' brought out in these warehouse. Large front door has: i
eled to New York to star in the j|'i ha.9I t A a 8bt'
readings: "Work out own salvation concrete ramp. Back door
your '
1964-65 New York
World's Fair. with fear and trembling. I I ground level entrance. Floor stress dO'PE
trained in tail ,
Highly dancing
For it is God which worketh in 'will handle fork lift with load. No
high-jumping the poleless por- posts in building. Will rent for $100
you both to will and to do of his
poise vault and singing duets these good pleasure. . That ye may per month. Will give lease or terms STATE .
will be the first porpoises ever to I
Call Vic Geigerat
be blameless and harmless the on purchase. or see
perform at any world's fair. sons of God" (Phil. 2). 310 Barfield Highway. Phone ATTORNEY
They traveled from Miami in an
924-2591 in Pahokee.
"This task God demands us to -
Eastern Air' Lines Constellation

flying freighter reclining on spec- accept lovingly to-day and the to -otThurmondl: : : -:-:-:-:-:+:-:-:-..:-:..:-:-:-:-:. 15th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT J 7
abandon fast
so as practical
ial foam rubber mattresses. With '
material, and to work out the spir- Knight Broward- Palm Beach County
them were Bob Baldwin directorof
itual which determines the outward -
and operations Jimmy Klyne of the their Seaquarlum trainer. and actual" (Science and Realty, Inc.TELEPHONES : May 5th Democratic Primary

Health with Key to the Scriptures
The moist porpoises'by frequent silky skin dousing was kept of by Mary Baker Eddy 'p. 254). I Office 844.1355--Itcs. VI 8-262: I Most Qualified Most Experienced

Box 9998, Riviera Beach
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The show is staged in a special West Palm Beach, Florida ASK YOUR LAWYERPaid
Pol. Adv.)
pool holding 17O.OOO galons of Uassified'Ads'' I11111111111111111111111 I
"manufactured" salt water, at the
3.12 acres of the Florida exhibit.
The amphitheatre' surrounding the
POSITIVELY all want ads 01
pool seats 1.60O.people.m m classifieds as you wish to call Elect FULTON Superintendent of Schools i
them are payable in advance from
Mrs. Virginia Crews had as her
guests Sunday her sisters and this day forward. Don't phone 'em -' - Here are ROBERT. FULTON'S objectives for the Administrative Pont i
Write it and drop a dollar bill in
brother-in-law Mrs. Andy Nychyk r : that Handles 31 ,MILLION DOLLARS Per Year of Taxpayers' Money
the envelope if you want it run -il'
of Ft. Myers and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hitchcock of Alachua. once. $2 if you want it run twice r ;: Give every Palm Beach County youth the best education possible within
and so on. r sound administrative practice.

Continue the development of the school curriculum to meet all the educational
---- - ------ -- -- --- HAVE YOU decided to clear out .
tI 4 ,, specifications and needs.
the attic and advertise the stuft
.1 for sale through these columns TYou'll : ; _, $ Give our youth the best tools available; in part this should include textbooks
library facilities, supplemental materials audio-visual facilitlds,
how much stuff
be surprised
'., pertinent supplies and equipment.
rid of and how much
can get
you *: ,, Procure the finest teachers and administrators available and compensatethem
take in. It only
money you can so that we can attract only the most competent graduates. We
3 costs $1 to try an ad for a week must also reward our career teachers and non-instructional personnelwith

salaries commensurate with their longevity and responsibilities.
FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
9 Provide vocational and technical educational facilities that are needed In
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
A, the North South a Western sections of our County.
in Belle Glade Phone
Oct. 17-54-ch .. Provide additional revenue for the operation and maintenance of our schools. This additional
revenue must come from sources other than additional ad valorum taxes.

BY SINGER Preserve our traditions of heritage and instill in all youths the love of country and the desire to
Brand new Round Bobbin sewing' be worthwhile citizens of a free society.

machine. Back tacks seamssewsover Int" "*'ret and present the alms goals and attitudes of good sound school operations to the
pins-dial tension and stitch taxpayers.
regulator. $59.50-$9.50: down and S Project our school plant planning at least thro 1ih; 1980 in order to procure adequate sites for t
Elect Lever 22A $5.00 a month. Glades Mercantile schools.
Company 255 E. Lake Avenue Pa- O' Let the people decide by School Board Committee action and by public referendum the methodswe
hokee 9245597. A17tf should use in the financing of the total school program. i

HUGHBROWN Expand Adult Educational program and open additional centers where needed.
FOR SALE: Plants for landscaping. Correlate the secondary curricular offering at the High School level with those offered at the
Several varieties extra colleges. ,,Good articulation between feeder' High Schools and Colleges shall be a continuing
large. Croton. ixora gardenia, 1

alamanda dracana red and pink I process. .-..--- .'

crown palms of loquat thorns acocado, bougenvillea cactus, The future 0:( our most precious resource-OUR' YOUTIf: at

SHERIFFDON'T from 1 to 10 feet and numerous Stake-Elect THE Most Qualified Man-ROBERT W. FULTONPaid

others at reduced prices. Pope'sNursery
I Itp ( Adv.)
Canal Point, Fla.
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Campaign' Money QUALIFICATIONS\ or PopuI3i'ity( 9

VOTE for 27 years of' MVRAMOWDDV GR.EA1' .

Proven Ability as Boca Ra- \ BELONG' METOO//I


Accident Prevention-Dent ..1SED\ iN ELSE 'INTWSELECHON\ ME /

Civil COUNTY ,, I
Training Program 1 ItS\\ .
Service System- EfficientUse \ ME ToO. ;

of Tax Monies-Youth-

Police ProgramPaid
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.dsE Ni"Kynes' : 9 q"may i GENUINE\" QUAL"CATI\ FOR


grounding in law, in sgM .

government, in administrationand MARTIN V. CAMPBELL .
l in knowledge/ of Florida

hold promise for a successful" y Eminently Qualified to Meet the Challenge
tenure as attorney general.
Former largo county Superintendent of Education. Classroom Teacher and Principal
of Schools Kindergartenthrough Crade 12. Assistant. Dean at Ual-
BRADENTON HERALD versify of Alabama more than four ..r.. Superintendent. of Education. March
!s'' / U55 through June I9S9-by appointment. of Governor and School Board of Cull-
z man C....,. AI......... on* and _-half. year* in administration YMHhs. ;
KEEP James W. r' Teacher (School .: Palm Beach' .:1.1IC: : and onehalfyears
y Director I of . Kducation Schools
f presently Principal ., Boynton Heath Elementary School former Director ..fI

y t' .. . (
I'niversity in Educational Admlniatratlon. and ..." ... .
of,furthertion graduate ntndiea toward Doctor's Degreo in.Educational AdmlniatraSupervUion. '
and : Tanght nine year of College and University level courses
ATTORNEY GENERAL In education. and the last fourjreara a. prt-tira. evening. ba.t..aeh. wek. at
.. Palm Beach_Junior-CoiUgo an Et.. ___._._... '.
(Paid POL"Adv. For by Kyna CtrnpaiznFund.
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tlgb!: The ftfc*Evergrladea)., .,-''(,Point'Flofi'da] : 33488 Friday April 24.'1964'
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Improved Fishing Schlitz tagged fish into advanced Mrs. Jack Spencer and children, I The Canal Point Baptist Church Dulany Belle Glade vege-
As Result Derby knowledge of fish management Johnny, und Jane, have .returned i is making plans for their' spring I table broker and former resident
conservation:; and recreation. to 'their'home"' afterattending the revival tobe. held April 26 thru of Pahokee is In Good Sam' rftanhospital'
four- of Miss Kathleen Spen- May 3. The Theme, will ,be *FoI-] in West' :Palm Beach>
ST|,. PETERSBURG-The>'valu The Fishing Derby is in its graduation
in lowing Jesus" with cottage prayer where he underwent a recent ope-
at Florida State University
of the Schlitz Florida $ OOOOO( th yearof public participatiqnwith cer I
afternoon. meetings to' be held in the homesof ration .for removal of a cataract.He .
Tallahassee Saturday
awards of much as JIO.OOO 1
in toward as
Fishing Derby research
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members prior to the revival. is improving nicely, accordingto
improving fishing in Florida has I captors of fish that have > I II
word from the hospital.
been highlighted by the Florida tagged. These fish are used for Mr. and Mrs. Robert :M. Johnsonof .
,State Board of Conservation Marine research by the Board of Conservation St. Petersburg, were the week- :Mr. and Mrs. Ken O'Hair ofj i -
and the Florida Game and end guests of their son-in-law and I Maitland Florida, were. the recent I Dr. Sasser Watson of Delray
in St. Petersburg
A recently Laboratory published book, "The Fresh Water Fish Commission.All .de- daughter. Mr. and :Mrs. Lewis Collins. -,guests. of Mr. and Mrs.Joe Thompson. -!I I ents was the Mr.weekend and Mrs.guest Ronald of Watson.his par-

Tagging of Fishes in Florida" outlines costs of the program are .. . ._ -.-- --_.- -,-.-
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Co. which has distributed more
than $200,000 in awards to Florida : a, ,.

k NAME book by Robert Topp
:. Notice is hereby given that the features charts plus "a systematic SUPT. OFSCHOOLS
'J undersigned, under the provisionsof I biological investigation, including
Chapter 20,953, LAWS of F'Jorfda'l carefully planned tagging programs .u s 5 7 .
Acts of 1941 will register with the I IJ I of extensive scope," accord- EISSEYLEVER J '
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and ing to the Board of Conservationhead :
for Palm Beach County Florida I of salt water research Rob-
upon receipt of proof of publication;ert M. Ingle.NOTICE .
of this notice, the fictitious name I ::1
Canal Point, Fla. NAME LAW
Under which we are engaged in
Public notice is hereby given
I business in Canal Point Palm
Beach County, Florida.: That the that the undersigned Intends to 30 A YY 30,A
parties interested in said business register with the Clerk of the Cir- .
I are C. L. Stuart, President; Clifford cuit Court of Palm Beach County
H. Stuart. Vice President and Florida, in compliance with Section ,
Mrs. Madrue Stuart Secretary- 86 .09. Florida Statutes, 1957, the
j Treasurer. That the firm name is: fictitious trade name of: ELECT THE MAN WHO WILL
By C. L.. Stuart, PresidentTo SERVICE .
be published once a week for under which I am engaged in bus- Curb "Drop Outs" by establishing vocational and technical High School facilities.
iness at 2109% North Dixie, West
four successive weeks in a news-
Strengthen the "Three R's"-particularly the reading programs.
paper of general circulation in Palm Beach
Palm Beach County. Patsy'S. Wayman Seek other sources of revenue to aid the already overburdened tax paying propertyowner.
Pub.: April 3, 10, 17, 24, 1964. 1 I April 3, 10, 17, 24, 1964. .

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Launch a complete survey of the school system ,to Determine strength

in all departments.

Vote for Surround himself with capable and,responsible people to run the,county school system.

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


AdministrativeResponsibility Provide equal opportunity and facilities for ALL sections of the county. '- '

Education Needs Ed Eissey

(Paid Political Advertisement)



Drainage, Water Control Engineer. . 18 years lived and

I worked in the Glades . Extremely well qualified by

ie ability, experience, and temperament to serve

DISTRICT 5 (the Glades) as your

Full Time County CommissionerWEAVER

E. W. "Bud"


t. . is the only man you can vote for ;and '

I M :L put an end to the t,tight grip and. domination !
of 20 years by a part-timer. .


..:;.:' ',',I RICHARD A. "DICK"CARPENTER ,'" No Republican Qualified-therefore No Contest in Nov.WANT .

1 t The Glades back in P. B. County? .

, TO[ SEE[[: : The Glades Commissioner workin

PALM BEACH COUNTY Harmony with the other 4 Commissioners?


TAX ASSESSOR Vote For a Change .. It's Time For

., Subject to Democratic Primary E. W. "BUD" WEAVER

,.J J Tuesday,May 5 ,
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