The Everglades news

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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:
May 15, 1964
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


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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Of Corn As Awards Given To Holiday Inn For Underwoods Open Another Sugar Mill

Music StudentsAt Fruit Stand Food Bar

Price Goes To $2Corn City Belle GladeA Dedicated GladesAnother
the recent piano recital held Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Underwoodhave
by Mrs. Guthrie Colvard awards taken over, the fruit stand
growers in the Gladys are were given to students showing the new Holiday Inn will soon be located in the McCall building just multi-million dollar sug-
flooding the market this week most interest cooperation and built in Belle ,Glade according to south of Ammons Quality Marketon ar mill was dedicated Wednesdayof
with their offerings. The price has covering the most material suc- Attorney Claude Jones of Belle U. S. 441. They are carrying ,a this week when another coope-
come down to $2 per crate and u cessfully. Glade president of the new concern full stock of fruits, gasoline. an'I rative of Growers "put the show on
shortage of cars and trucks 'has These awards were given to and who, made the announce I ice.Mrs. the road" for the Atlantic Sugar'
made life a little more miserablefor Julie Unwin and Mark Wetherington ment Thursday of this v eek. The Underwood said that plans Association.,
the growers. in the form of busts of famous new Inn will include one of the call for preparations of lunches at The new 10-million dollar mill Is
The $2 price would not be so bad. I composers. There were 118 guests ,usual modern up-to-date restaur- the snack bar to be carried out. located five miles east of 20-Mile:
say some of the growers if the present at the.recital.. ants and an expenditure of $450- This will be a "specialty' she' said. Bend and off of SR80. .
entire crop could be moved. 000 is planned, Mr. Jones said - -- State Agricultural Commissioner *
One grower said Wednesdaythat The new Inn will be located just Doyle Conner of Tallahassee was
he was leaving 30,000 cratesof County Board Busy across SR80 from the Armory and 2063 County Folks the featured speaker at the dedi-
corn in the field. Corn that can immediately north of the Belle cation Wednesday, and in his I
not be harvested for many reas- Routine MattersThe Glade hospital.The State Welfare AidRev. speech he painted the future of the ..
ons-not enough cars or trucks anda new concern constructingthe Glades sugar growing industry in r
shortage of labor. Inn is known as Belle Glade glowing terms.Following )
The bumper crop this week and Palm Beach County com- Innkeepers Inc. Other officers Paul M. Cassen chairman the dedication by" officials j
next is the result of hasty plant mission voted this week to join are: Warren Spahn, famed baseball of District 10 Welfare Board of the of the Association and sav-
ings following, the freeze several other interests in a three year I pitcher, vice president; Milton State Department of Public Wel- ernl hundred guests a receptionand
weeks ago. One ''grower put in study to determine the effects on', Douglas of Pahokee secretaryand fare, reported that in Palm Beach dinner were held at the Royal ,
1200 acres just as fast as he could flood water levels' brought about Milton Burry of }$eJlP." Glad, County 6897' persons were assistedin Palm Beach Inn on SR80 east of
get it in the ground following the by water control structures built treasurer. the four categories of public as- 20-Mile-bcnd.
freeze. He was no different froma by the Central and South Florida sistance for the month of April Sam Knight of Belle Glade Jo
lot of other farmers who planted Flood Control District. 1964. president of the new cooperative,
many hundreds of acres at the The study is to be jointly financed Penny PenningtonIs A total of 2003 persons receivedOld C. W. Kidder l is vice president, Dr..
same time.Rardin. by the FCD the Federal Government Age Assistance in the amountof J. Allen Baker is Treasurer and

- Palm Beach Browardand Worthy AdvisorMiss $99,930. 119 persons received Claude Jones l la Secretary. All arc ,
Dade Counties! and other Interested Aid to the Blind totaling $6918. II from Belle Glade. "
Ave Road parties. The survey will 1058 families, representing 3416 - -

cost an estimated 63000. Penny Pennington was children, received Aid to Dependent Hard Surface For .
The county commission approved elected new worthy advisor of the Children in the amount of fJ
Dept. Bid May 28Bids spending $1,300 a year for the .
$63,263. 465 persons received Aid "*, ,.'
r next three'' years JJ:8.lts share.of the Pahokee Assembly 16, Order of I to the Disabled in the amount of New Ramie Road
I survey, cost. Rainbow for Girls at a meeting I I $25,115.
will be received in Tallahassee In other actions this week the held in the Masonic Hall. Other I In addition 395 children received
on Thursday, May 28 for commission: I new officers elected were Miss I service during the month, 254 Work started this 'week by the
construction of Rardla Avenue in 'I Voted to call for bids for doub- ad- "'
Annelle Nix, worthy associate of whom were in foster homes. The successful contractor of putting
Pahokee. The new constructionwill ling the size of the county stockade visor; Miss Elizabeth Gist, char- total state and local cost for these hard surface on the newly con-
connect SR715 with SR15 ac- -a project estimated to cost ity; Miss Gail Reeves, hope; and child welfare services was $17- structed county road which runs
cording to County CommissionerPaul 50000. Miss Lodus Gray, fifth. 728.43. from Conner's Highway south to l
Rardin under whose directionthe Voted to call for bids for con- The installation ceremony will I There were 12 adoption petition Airport Road near Belle GJade according -
new street is being built. struction of a new bridge over the be held in the Masonic Hall May studied for tb Circuit Court. to County CommissionerPaul
The new street will take off of West Palm Beach Canal on Kirk 23. Plans were made for a spaghetti I These are children placed In homes Rardin under whose direct- "
Bacom Point Road just north of Road.' supper June 6th, the Rain independent of service through a tlon the new county road Is being
the Pure Oil Station and run toward Referred to county traffic plan bow girls will not hold the bake licensed clilld: placing agency, and. built.
the Negro 'section to Fifth ners. the responsibility for pickinga sale this month as originally plan- the Welfare Board is responsible' The road is a new piece of county ,
street where It will turn and run location of a new bridge over the '
ned. connecting and running
according to law to make these reports Highway ,
into SR15-the old Belle Glade Inland Waterway the,vicinity of . and
to the court. through Important sugar cane
Road. This route will keep the new Delray Beach and ,Boca 'R ton.,
Palm Beach County Is also represented vegetable growing sections of the
street from running through the I Heard that projects_already let- Local Pastor Goes on the district Ten Wel- Lake Region. Mr. Rardin said. The ;
Negro school zone on Rardin Avenue I for bids in the $15 mllHon road improvement fare Board bv J. F. Thomas.. Jr., new piece of road is '7/ miles in
it ,was pointed out. ? program are running To Baptist Meet West Palm Beach J. T. McMur-: I length.
"'II' some 14 ,percent above estimatesand I rain. Delray Beach, Mrs. Wilda Rubin Construction Company af !
If the trend'continues, some Tufts Lantana and Mrs. Marion West Palm Beach was the" low bid- V, i\
Larrimore Road projects might( have ,to be deleted_ j iRev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart Bleech, Pahokee.Mothers, der when the county accepted bids '
Work To Start SoonThe (Continued on Page 18) left Canal Point Wednesday even several weeks ago. They hauled Irt' Iv
.- ing to attend the Southern Bap- road equipment and started the
successful contractorsRubin tist Convention and Jubilee Cele- : work'of hard surfacing. this week. ,

,Construction Company of Burns Is Pleased, bration in Atlantic City;' N. J, Honored ':".i:( .. .}
Palm Beach-will ,David will be visiting
West be given and Timothy j
the' green light by the State Road With' Primary Race Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sippel in'Lake Pahokee! Churches Mrs. S. Thornton::: '. < :I t
Department in Tallahassee in a land while Larry and John Earn
Dies In GeorgiaFuneral
t few days to start constructionwork est will accompany their parents.The .
on Larrimore Road in Paho- JACKSONVILLE Obviously Stewarts will meet the Past i f
or's' in Albany, Ga., and Special recognition was given : services. will be held to- i
pleased and grateful at polling bet- parents the Youngest mother. Oldest mother J
kee.The several continue in Atlantic : day (Friday) for Mrs. S. H. Thorn.
bids were received ter than 100,000 votes more in the on arriving and Mother with the most
weeks ago and the Road Department first primary than his next opponent City for the opening sessions, children present at services held ton of Jackson Ga., who passed .
will issue work order within 17th., They plan to away suddenly Wednesday. The
a I Mayor Haydon Burns immediately Sunday. May Sunday morning at the Pahokee
next few according to i in Washington, D. C., funeral is to be held at the First
the days ; pledged to maintain the integrity stop over First Methodist and First Baptist
County Commissioner Paul Rardin, of the governor's office. for the morning worship service Church.At Baptist church in Jackson.
under whose direction the streetis I "Even if we have to run the rest Sunday In the 1st Baptist Church the Methodist Church awards Among the survivors. is a daughter .:
built. of that city, whose Pastor Rev. Mrs. Lester Duncan of Naplesand /
being of this campaign on peanuts- as went to Mrs. Gary Clark Youngest !
The new streets will be of mod- we did in 1960 '- I assure you Twill J. L. Culberth Is a life long friend Mother; Mrs. Calvin Shives, formerly of Canal Point. Mrs.
ern construction with curb gut- not sell out -the office of gov- of the family. Oldest Mother and Mrs. Alice Moran Thornton had visited in Canal t
ter and sidewalks. ernor to special interests. I am going Sunday evening and Monday most children present. At the Point many times while the Dun 1\\ '
. .*i will cans lived here and she had a host :
to be governor of all the people Brother Stewart be attendingthe First Baptist Church the Youngest ,
," Burns told committee of Pastor's conference while Mrs. of friends here who will regret to
Musical ProgramScheduled a :Mother was Mrs. Bob 'Hasty; I
340 fellow Duval Countians as he Stewart attends'! the Woman's Missionary Oldest Mother Mrs. 'Myrtle Os- hear of her passing.New . .. s i
Monday launched his second primary cam- Union Convention. borne; and :Mother with the most!
paign. Tuesday! noon the General Con- children present Mrs. T. E. Pen- A&P Store Is V
Children in grades one through "The greatest tribute of all to vention at large begins culminating nington.
eight will participate in a musical me was the vote in Duval County.If the spear head for advance .. _.. NearingCompletion: '
program entitled "Folk Rythm"under I didn't carry any other countyI during ten years of work by'Southern - .
the direction of Mrs. Ruth would have been grateful," Burns Baptist. Thursday afternoon COLVAKDS ON TRIP Workmen were busy this wee"
Snyder Monday, May 18 at 7:30: said. He received 65,000 votes in they will view the world premier Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvardleft "drying in" the new A&P Store in
p. m. in the Canal Point School i his home county to his '''next op showing of the film "The Life Monday for,New York where Pahokee. W. G. Lassiter of West"
auditorium. ponent's roughly 20000. The "next Letter, and missionary journey they will visit with their daughterand Palm Beach 10 the contractor.
Proceeds will go toward the purchase opponent" was Senator Jack Math- of Paul" In the Steel Pier Theatre son-in-law, ,Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Roofers put on the roof of the
of an air conditioner for the ews. a fellow Duval Countlan who which will be shown in NBC May Lefevre before attending the new structure this week and inter.
cafeteria. Tickets will be sold for was soundly repudiated by his fellow -I 21.t at 1:00: p. m. E. S. T. Southern Baptist convention at lor finishing will atari within, the
BOc for adults preschool children, citizens in Burns' favor. Friday through Sunday they Atlantic City. The Colvards plan next few day following the pour
win be admitted free.. (continued on'' page 8), (continued on page 8) ,to _be gone two weeks. Ing of the floor.

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Friday May'15, 1964
Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438 :
Mba Patricia Stewart Joined her M. P. Stanley left this week Miss Elinor Brackin spent Moth-
:'{ .ham V to er's Day in Frostproof aa the guestof
__ J 5 J JI brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. for Atlanta by plane. He plans
home. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd
Mrs. Stanley
Hillary Stewart in Enterprise, accompany
of Brackin of Eagle Lake. The occasion -
Ala., this past weekend for a visit Mrs. Stanley has been the guest
: with her parents Rev. and Mrs. her mother in Atlanta for several was a family reunion of her
L J.r .John Stewart. weeks. father's family.

[ A Woman's "'orkIs :

Always Done

The Rardin Building Canal Point, FloridaTHE ,

Procedures for efficient operation of the Supervisor of Registration office are things a WOMAN
docs best! .,. Courteous Service . Effective Public Education Programs . Simple and Complete -

Systems of Records. . Making: a Concerted Effort to Increase Registrations . . Taking
Steps to Encourage People To Vote Regularly.

the Lake Okeechobee Without
Farming Region
Today, men and women recognize the fact that nature of its responsibilities, IS A WOMAN'SWOMEN
Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years
have place in Government. Men's JOB!
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday and Women's organizations are taking steps Concerning the candidacy of Ruth L. Shepto -

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe impress on people, the importance of electing ard, I invite you to check my educational

. . check business manageat -
Everglades News IM Entered at'the Post OfficeIn qualified and responsible public officials background my
Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter all levels of Government. The Supervisor ment experience . check my administrativeof
Registration office is the only office in Palm ability. Compare this background with that
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Beach County that has attracted women offered by any man who has run for the office.

candidates . and for a very simple reason You will find Ruth L. Shepard to be an outstanding -

. . the Supervisors Office, because of the candidate, qualified for the job.
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's
In Florida 42 Counties-more than 50 percent and many of them the
Meeting: Of The Palm Beach larger counties . have elected WOMEN Registrars.' The performanceof

these WOMEN Registrars excellent!
County Commission

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The Palm Beach County Commission authority for a second county I will run the'Registrar's' Office with efficiency and economy and will keep the records'' in

it appears, is faced witha judge. If approved, the necessary such a manner that ALL* VOTERS will'be proud.I .

giant housekeeping problem with office space for the additional jurists will never allow my office to be used for political purposes and all citizens-regardless_
its official family fast outgrowingits will pose a problem for the of rcc, color or creed-will be treated equally and with the courtesy to which they ,areentitled.
adobe. commission unless: some space .
The county Bar Association'slegal realignment is carried out priorto

advisory committee asked the next legislative session.In *:}. MANY THANKS !
the county commission this weekto another area of office space [
take immediate steps to' build a the commission decided to take an-
new office building near the coun- other look at available' space-in its My sincere appreciation for the support given me May 5th and I will bo

ty jail to house all the criminal office building on Datura St., before grateful for your vote and continued support on May 26. If you voted for
court facilities. It suggested that to the In- .
taking steps move
another candidate
your consideration of changing Ruth Shepard will!
present criminal court facilities in dustrial Information Dept. from (
the court house be turned over to Datura St. to the airport. Com- > be greatly appreciated.

Circuit Court operations. missioner George Warren said he<<
The committee also predictedthat was against moving' the depart- ELECT
the next legislature will get a ment since' it was necessary ,thatit
request' to allow a third criminal be in a downtown location be-
court judge for the county and cause of its type of visitors.


Fellowship Hall I Patterson Circle

''Scene Class MeetThe < Met .At ,Carter Home

May meeting for
The lone Patterson Circle of tho
Volente Class of the First Baptist
Canal Point Baptist Church met at
,Church, was held Monday night at
the fellowship hall. The meeting the home of Mrs. M. C. Carter Supervisor Of RegistrationPaid

was opened with a devotional given Monday, with Mrs. J. L. McCall,

by Mrs. Lee Shirley. A short chairman, presiding. Mrs. W. S. ( Political Advertisement)

business session followed, with Cross and Mrs. C. B. Jones con- --- -- ---- .-
president, Mr. Paul Younger, pre- ducted the devotions.A .

siding. nominating committee con
During the month of April, the sisting of Mrs. Frank' O'Connell -
three groups the class is divided Mrs. S.
W. Cross and Mrs. J. E.

into, have been competing to see Williams was appointed to select ............,.....:...
at- "
which one could set the beat new officers. ::;;;I 7.x.. .:.. i.<:.:.:.:.:.. :o :<<
tendance record, with the group ":f ;
The presented :
program was by fi\ r .;!.i
having the lowest number attending Mrs. Williams, entitled "Liberty
to present the program'at the and Light". She was assisted by
next meeting. I I I Mrs. McCall, Mrs. Cross, Mrs. A. 1
two, led Mrs. Lois
Group by
H. Scruggs. Mrs. Alma Nail and Iu
White, won first place. Group three I I I Mrs. M. FV George. The June meet- :. %Sst3
finished in second place with Mrs.
ing will be held at the home of ;
Ruby Guthrie and group one led Mrs. Alma Nail with Mrs. M. C. tOI -
by Mrs Louise Angel presented a \
Carter in charge of the program. <
. skit "The Country Store". The i I %
rest of the evening was devoted to \

'general discussion of the Christian I Family PicnicAt
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.Home and the faced
problems by -
_. Christian parents today. City Park ::::::::::: : ., **- "- Tssr 1'"f\.ce \ ::::: ::::::::::::
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IN MEMORY I The Pahokee City Park was the :i.:.:>:.:.:.:.:.:.. . .' .&tiyM ? bUt. ; -" :.:.:::;%:::;:.
In Loving Memory of Woodrow .scene of a family picnic for Mr. '
Wilson Reece, who died May 8th, and Mrs. Claude Shirley Mr. and 1y7 -:: .i *.. : i

1963. Loving Memories never die I Mrs. Lee,Shirley and family, Mr. : :
As years roll on,, and days pass by. and :Mrs. Lynn'Shirley and Mr. and Itl, zz tb ;:; :: '

In Of our one hearts we loved a ,memory and will is never kept noon.Mrs. Paul Watson Sunday after :.. : zzrsz: a :: : : ,

forget. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: \&b" 0 .1..ct. ::::: .; ,
-Mrs. Hazel Reece and i: m !!! !! mt! .. o -jJ:'fi'U'S't' 'to C"szSr" !::; ..
Daughters. Woman's SocietyIn ::::::::::::::: ---z& :.
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Workers Are Many > a 'z, LE A ,

State Report Shows The annual pledge service of the ia

I Canal Point Methodist Woman's .. l:: -
State Indust- Society of Christian Service was =0r ,
rial Commission Chairman Wor- held at the May meeting in the old
ley Brown has called the down- parsonage with Mrs. Earner Max-
ward plunge in Florida's unem- son conducting. The theme of the
ployment rate highly optimistic. service was entitled "Sea of Giv-
Brown stated the state's unem- ing"Mrs. .ladxEt. *
ployment rate plunged to a seven Donald B. Kepp president.
year low for the month of March.: appointed Mrs. W. K. Buchanan !t.. besOSh.
Total number of unemployed in sunshine chairman and M r a.
March was 85.0OO, some 27,000 below Brooks Henderson, chairman of
.March.of 1P6& the parsonage committee. It was
-- announced the identities of secret

Mr. and Mrs. Homer,Latham of sisters will be revealed at the next
South Bay, were MothersDay meeting at the home. of' Mrs.
gue ti of her parents ,Mr. and Brooks Henderson. Mrs- Novella c. '
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The Treasury explains why the new ones you. buy and the ones

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$25.00 fourteen montlu; 'faster than the old rate. wild < 4 I" .
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,,p. ." Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds nest egg for the future. That why many .retired ; : eC.
-t. ) ; mature in just 7 years, 9 months. people'hold! r| Bonds and families saving for, say, a .'" '"
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I his home In Detroit at the present To World's Fair ThankYou
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'( \ time there.before returning to his work Next year r at;-this time archers Most HeartilyFor

1 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly of Ft. BIRTHS around the world could be calling PULLING THAT

\\f Pierce, were the weekend guestsof Palm Beach County the Sherwood LEVER For WEAVER
their daughter and family Mr. Forest of the nation. I l.
and Mrs. J. V. Thomas Jr. Mr.: and Mrs. Thomas R. Martinez This was the kind of picturepainted
Mrs. M. D. Logan has returned Mr. and .Mrs. Will Nason and Jr.. announce-the birth of a for the County Commis! .
to her home at Wetumpka Ala.,. son Nat were the recent guests of son Christopher Michael born sion this week by William Burk- ., J
after spendingthe season with her her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl May 5. hardt Boynton Beach, who won .. .a'" '..
daughter Mrs. Lera Richardson. Maxson. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Lee Hartleyof the boards support to send a coun- .1
John Starling of Jacksonville Mrr. George Ramey was rb'le to Belle Glade announce the birth team of archers to the World I
spent several days In Pahokee In return to her home this week after of a daughter Sandra Gall Born Fair.ty I f l e J
order to be with his daughter Kay a stay in Everglades Memorial May 6.Mr Burkhardt said the team--a six'' -

Lynn who was a patient In St. I Hospital. ...,.,.. and :Mrs. Archie Lee Connellof ntan group-will shoot in tha U.I I
Marys Hospital for a tonsllectomy Canal Point announce the birth S. Championships to be held in I 9Mfb
recently. Miss Paula CollierTo of a son Donnie Lee Born May 6. New York and would also tako i
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bolles left Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Cant- i
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Wed R. I. Berry part in a
this week for Salt Springs where' rell of Canal Point announce the exhibit. I
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they plan to spend two weeks. birth of a son Howard F., Jr., The Beach bowm.M. as- I
Mr.; and Mrs. Chester Mullla of. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collier, Jr., of born May 6. sured the Boynton commission that next
Belle Glade Mothers Day I Pahokee announce the engage-
spent Mr. and Mrs. James C. Barton to bring thi
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with his parents Air. and Mrs. ment of their daughter Paula of South Bay announce the birth of the r
Ellis Murphy.Mr. Eilene1, to Ronald Irwin Berry son a son, James C., Jr., Born May 9. U. S. Championships plus to Palm''' By your most generous vole:.
., and Mrs. L. W. Armstronghave of Mrs. Sam Berry of Pahokee -- ... . World Beach County.Championships These matches, he : you have afforded me the opportunity -
as their guest her sister Mrs. Wedding vows will be said June 14 to serve as your
of 2,000
Birthday PartyAt attract in excess
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R. W. Bowers of Orlando. at 4 p. m. at the Chapel of the First Commissioner from Dis-
archers plus another like number County
of Vero! Methodist Church. Home
Sheriff Talton Joyce Shirley
of friends and family. He proposedto trict 5, the Glades! beginningnext
Miss Collier Is of
Beach was the guest of his mother a graduate I II
Mrs. Maxine Joyce this past. Pahokee High School and attended Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley honored hold the international shoots at January. I shall prepare
weekend. ;' Palm Beach Junior College in her father and sister-in-law I Boynton Beach. Lake Worth and myself in the months ahead so
Mrs. Don Hillier returned to St.: Lake Worth. Mr. Berry Is a grad- Paul Watson and Mrs. Karl Wat- West Palm Beach. I may serve all Palm Beach
Mary's Hospital Tuesday May 12!I uate of Grady; School of Medical son with a birthday dinner Tues. The commission told Burkhardtit County in such a way as to
for further treatment, of an eye. Technology at Atlanta. He graduated night at their home. Others attending would underwrite a $2:>0 expense merit your great confidence.
condition. I from Pahokee High School were' Mrs. Paul Watson. allowance to send a team to the Again, my sincere thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown and in 1956. . Karl Watson and Mr. and Mrs. H. World F'alr providing the expendi-
children of West Palm Beach were C. Jones of Clewiston. ture could be budgeted without E. W. (BUD)

the guests of her parents. Mr. and: Bravery Is Cited ..- legal entanglements.- ...
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Mrs. Marty Carsons of West' For County EmployeeWilliam her home In Cocoa after a visit J. V. Thomas attended a district
Palm Beach was the guest of Mrs. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gulf meeting in Naples, Fla. thig ( Pol. Adv.)
} Helen Schroder Saturday. Tenhave a Lake Worth George Ramey. past Friday and Saturday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Watson wefe" resident employed by the County u -J!
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''' Mrs. H. C. Jones at Clewiston I voted a resolution of commendation -
Sunday. for bravery.
Lewis Crosby Jr.. of Atlanta I Early in April. Tenhave and an
was the weekend guest of his unidentified man, entered a burning VOTE for RAY G. BEHM
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. P.I house at Lake Worth and
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visit next weekend after a I chair cripple-trapped on the-second -
business trip to Miami.J. floor.A I
G. Weeks was the weekend 1 report from the Lake Worth!
guest of his son and family. Mr. fire department said before the Better Known As UNCLE 81M
and Mrs. Robert Weeks in Miami. I fire fighters arrived on the scene.
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Melborne were the weekend I entered the flaming building: .
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Mayor and 'Commissioner for 4 years,achieved progress without fric-
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l:: ...1. Cut costs of BOTH County and 38 Town administrations by closer cooperation -

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\ 2. Plan more roads throughout county at less costs.

3. Use governmental experience to anticipate and eliminate wasteful spend-
ing, cut costs and maintain low county taxes.

,. 4. Strive for more sensible county zoning restrictions that fit needs of
people as well as future growth.

Elect RAY G. BEHM May 26


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'" The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida::!3343S -
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C. B.. Stringari.., who is making I f 'Archers Get Aid

his home in Detroit at the present Fair Thank You
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time before returning to his work archers Most Heartily
-di P''V. there. Next year at this time

Mr. and Mrs Joe Kelly of Ft. around the world could be calling For PULLING THAT
_ Pierce, were the weekend guestsof Palm Beach County the Sherwood LEVER For WEAVER

their daughter and family, Mr. Forest of the nation. I
and Mrs. J. V. Thomas Jr. -r..1
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. .Martinez This wasthe kind of picture
Mrs. M. D. Logan has returnedto Mr. and .Mrs.I Will Nason and '
Jr., announce the birth of a for the County Commission -
her home at Wetumpka Ala.,, son, Nat, were'the recent guests of son, Christopher Michael born painted week William Burk-
this by
after her Mr. and Mrs. Earl
spending season with her parents
May 5. hardt, Boynton Beach, who won s-
daughter, Mrs. Lera Richardson. Maxson.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Lee Hartleyof the boards support to send a coun-
John Jacksonville Mrr. George Ramey was mile to
Starling of
Belle Glade announce the birthof team of archers to the World I
return to her home this week after ty
spent several days in Pahokee in a daughter, Sandra Gall Born i
order to be with his daughter, Kay a stay in Everglades Memorial May 6.Mr Fair.Burkhardt said the team--a six'

Lynn, who was a patient in St.I Hospital. .....- I and Mrs. Archie Lee Connellof nlan group-will shoot in ths U.I'
Marys Hospital for a tonsilectomy Canal Point announce the birthof S. Championships to be held in I II

recently. Miss Paula CollierTo a son. Donnie Lee, Born May 6. New York and would also take j I
Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Bolles left Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Cant-I
I be held .at the
shoot to
Wed R. I. Berry part in a
this week for Salt Springs where rell of Canal Point, announce the Florida fair exhibit.
they plan to spend two weeks. birth of a son, Howard F., Jr., : Beach bowrruM as-
Mr: and Mrs. Chester Mullis of :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collier, Jr., of born May 6. I The Boynton
that next
Belle1' Glade spent Mothers Day Pahokee, announce the engage- Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bartonof I sured the commission the
to bring
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. ment of their daughter Paula South BAY announce the birth ofa I year it was possible the ,

Kills Murphy.Mr. Kilene1, to Ronald Irwin Berry, son son James C., Jr., Born May 9. U. S. Championships plus to Palm : By your most generous vole
., and Mrs. L. W. Armstronghave of Mrs. Sam Berry of PahokeeWedding -- World Championships have afforded me the opportunity -
matches, he i, you
her sister, Mrs. will be saId June 14 Beach County. These
as their guest : vows as your
Birthday of 2,000 ;, to serve
R. W. Bowers of Orlando. at 4 p.m. at the Chapel of the First Party said, will attract in excess from Dis-
Sheriff Talton Joyce of Vero Methodist Church. At Shirley Home archers plus another like number:' County Commissioner
of friends and family. He proposed trict 5, the Gladco.! beginningnext
r Beach was the guest of his mother Miss Collier is a graduate of
Mrs. Maxine Joyce this past.. Pahokee High School and attended Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley honored to hold the international shoots at January. I shall prepare
4Y weekend. Palm Beach Junior College in her father and sister-in-law.; Boynton Beach, Lake Worth and myself in the months ahead so

Y Mrs. Don Hillier returned to St. Lake Worth. Mr. Berry is a grad- Paul Watson and Mrs. Karl Wat- West Palm Beach. I may serve all Palm Beach

I Mary's Hospital Tuesday, May 12 I uate of Grady' School of Medical son with a birthday dinner Tues. I The commission told Burkhardtit County in such a way as to
for further treatment, of an eye. Technology at Atlanta. He graduated night at their home. Others at- would underwrite a$250 expense merit your great confidence.
condition. I from Pahokee High School tending were' Mrs. Paul Watson allowance to send a team to the Again, my sincere thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown and in 1956. Karl Watson and Mr. and Mrs. H. World Fair providing the expenditure -
children of West Palm Beach were C. Jones of Clewiston. could be budgeted without E. W. (BUD)

the guests of her parents, Mr. and Bravery Is Cited -- legal entanglements.J. .
:Mrs. W. A. Stevens Sunday. Mrs. Hugh Miller has returnedto WEAVER
Mrs. Marty Carsons of West! For County Employee her home in Cocoa after a visit V. Thomas attended a district
Palm Beach was the guest of Mrs. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gulf meeting in Naples, Fla. this I (Paid Pol. Adv.)

Helen Schroder, Saturday.Mr. William Tenhave a Lake Worth George Ramey. past Friday and Saturday. .

and Mrs. Karl Watson wefe resident employed by the County ._ __.. _ __ _.. _ n ____ :'!f
the guests of her parents. Mr. and Health Department, Monday was
Mrs. H. C. Jones at Clewiston I voted a resolution of commendation -
Sunday. for bravery.
Lewis Crosby Jr.. of Atlanta I Early in April, Tenhave and an

was the weekend guest of his unidentified man, entered a burning VOTE for RAY G. BEHM
grandparents, Mr. and ..Mrs. J. P.I house at Lake Worth and

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visit next weekend after a I cripple-trapped on ttte-"sec-

business trip to Miami.J. ond floor.
G. Weeks was the weekend I A report from the Lake Worth
I guest of his son and family. Mr. fire department said before ,the Better Known As UNCLE 81M

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and 'Commissioner for 4 years.,.,achieved progress without friction -

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-;1. Cut costs of BOTH County and 38 Town administrations by closer -
between county and town administrative departments.

,. 2. Plan more roads throughout county at less costs.

3. Use governmental experience to anticipate and eliminate wasteful spend-

vu. ing cut costs and maintain low county taxes.

4. Strive for more sensible county zoning restrictions that fit needs of
: people as well as future growth.

t\o FrQW. Elect RAY G. BEHM May 26


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Canal Point, Florida ,gpiscopalChurch IJahok.eRev. : Daring The WeekThe Make It Count Vote Again May 26th

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SUNDAY: L. Lossing, Vicar hokee First Baptist Church met
10:00 a. m.-Church School SUNDAY: Tuesday In various homes for their
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School regular monthly meetings. The
6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service Betty Mills circle met at the homeof
7:30 p. m.-Evenhig Worship Mrs. Lee Wroten with Mrs. C.
MONDAY: South Side ChurchOf R. Wetherington presiding In the
: I 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice absence of :Mrs. Tom :Mullin, circle
ChristBelle chairman.

,. t 2nd MONDAY: Following a short business ses- Reliability Integrity
' ; 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meetTUESDAY Glade across from sion, Mrs. Claude Shirley presented -'
; "' ; ing Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 the program "For Liberty and
{ : .0:00: a. m.-Bible Study Light" she was assisted by Mrs. Experience Ability
"p, 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society 11:00 a. m.-Sermon Don Collier, Mrs. Lee Wroten, a.nd
1 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service Mrs. Bill Shirley.
R r : 6:30: p. m.-Wed Bibla Study There were 13 members presentat
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting -- the Lottie Moon Circle, which Dignity i Progress
w St. Peter's Lutheran met at the home of Mrs. W. A.
.;' First Methodist Stevens. The program was pre-
Church, Belle Glade sented by Mrs. W. A. Keen She
. Church, PahokeeJohn was assisted by Mrs. Joe Thompson -
August Koerber Pastor Mrs. F.' G. Gillis and Mrs. J.
A. Briley Pastor 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade C. Mock. The call Co prayer was
r SUNDAY: SUNDAY: given by Mrs. Marvin Crady and
;j, 9:45: a. m.-Church School Divine Services 11 A. M. the program closed by Mrs. Gillis. Democratic candidate
r 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship School 9:45 A. M. Mrs. J. D. Douglas was hostessto
f' 6:45: p. .-MYF the Faye Taylor circle with CLINTON E."Red" .

1!. 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship The Church Of God Mrs. Annette McCurdy as co-
. ,
! TUESDAY: hostess. The program was pre-
7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prae Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal sented by Mrs. Edwin Todd Mrs. TAYLOR
ticeWEDNESDAY Point Road M. M. Andrews and Mrs. Charles
: Angel. The June meeting will be

" 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devo- John H. Kinard, pastor! held at the' home. of Mrs. Milton

tions 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Douglas. _ IL- SHERIFFof
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service : Stevens Family
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Enjoy A Picnic Palm Beach County

St. Mary's Catholic 8:00: p. Thursday-W.M.B.. .
Everyone welcome. Special. music STAY WITH THE MAN WHO WILL
Church and singing. I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stevens and
-- \ I their daughters and families spent WIN IN NOVEMBERRed
Fennech Pastor I Sunday afternoon at the Canal
Father Francis Canal Point
Sunday Mass11:30: a. m. Point Park where they held a fam- Taylor will NOT allow Palm Beach County's top

Confessions before Mass Baptist Church ily picnic. Those attending were law enforcement agency to return to the antiquated
-- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson and
Lawrence-Stewart, Pastor children Mr. and Mrs.: Ray Hawk political "machine" administration of the past.
First Baptist SUNDAY: and children, and Mr. and :Mrs.:
Church Canal Point 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Leonard Brown and children of His more than 21 years of experience and trainingin

.." 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship West Palm Beach. :Mr. Stevens' modern law enforcement methods with the Florida

.\t'.. J" Elder Lester RMUIUI, 6:3O: p. m.-Training Union slater and, house guest' Mrs. Mc- State Troopers-retiring as a Captain-is your guarantee -

'I SUNDAY: 7:3O p. m.-Evening Worship Quaig also attended.Barbecue. .. I of better county-wide police protection.
<; '. \ 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School WEDNESDAY: ..
to. 11:00 Worship 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Party 'I'JI!
a. m.-Morning
.. - As Your Sheriff "Red" Will
: 6:30: p. .-B. ,. C. For Young People Taylor :-
" 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. Christian Science
'. 'TUESDAYS: 1. Employ trained, seasoned police officers.
, 7:30 p. m.-Choir practioe. Group Of, Canal Point Members of the Married Young
: WEDNESDAY: Peoples department of the First, 2. Provide job security for personnel of the sheriffs

; 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer Mortality is a dream from whichwe Baptist Church of Pahokee, at- office.
' Service. need to be awakened. This is tended a Bar-B-Que1' party held at
-. THURSDAY:-Every other week the theme of the Bible Lesson to the home of their teacher, :Mrs.: Lee I 3. Maintain an "open door" policy for public.and press.
r 1 7:30 p. m.Ladies Auxiliary be heard at Christian Science 'Wroten Saturday evening. There
,i Meeting. churches on Sunday. The subject were ten members' present ,IncludIng 4. Emphasize policing of unincorporated areas.
- i Rev. Guthrie Colvard and :Mrs.:
f1"r Immortals",
: \ will be "Mortals and
5. Return the sheriffs "road patrol" to police duties.
Church Of Christr. i and the Golden Text is from Ephesians Colvard. .
(5:14): : "Awake thou thatsl.e'pest 6. ProA ide continual educational in-service training for
.', :- ,1 and arise from the dead Lon Wilson spent' the weekend
, 125 N. W. Avenue D and. Christ shall give thee light.', with his mother, Mrs. O.'L. Nortonin deputies.
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" Phone WY A-3JNT Selections from "Science and Albany, Ga. On his return trip closer
Encourage cooperation between sheriff and
Belle Glade,Via.
he was the of his daughter
} Health with Key to the Scrip- guest
;, SUNDAY SERVICES all other law enforcement agencies.
tures" by :Mary Baker Eddy will and family. Mr. and Mrs. B. El-
10:00 a. m.-Bible Study liott, Jr., at Tallahassee.
include this: "Mortal existence is (Paid Pol. Ady.1 .)
11OO a, m.-Morning Worship ..., ., ;1 ? ?
7:30 m.-Evenln& Worship t ,a fcftaf;''mortal.wrteteaee,ns*.no .. __ _...M.. .
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real entity, but.sal th 'It U I'. Spirit ---- -- - -
WEDNESDAY i*the Be*wtoih.helm drowns,but < *
7:30 Study
p. .-. understands all things; which
never..errs and is ever conscious;
Glades Baptist Church ,, .>ae igs,;Rb U$' kROw/1: / I
I tftlfc1\ is never. born and "never '

. :. ., (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf)j_'_ .. d6e8' i;'.tMet.:... //1 I >
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club
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l'. 'I''I'I I SUNDAY PREACHING SCHOOL-11:09: 0:45 a.and a. m.,.,.J Th. :-4. e

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#.,., I SUNDAY B. Y. F.G:80: p. m. ..Max D. Jones' Pastor If you: are -n king' a new start on the sea
'!.. ,.. WBX>. PRAYER-7:30 p. m. "43, Bsman Potat IM' '
. I Phone 924-1 28 P. O. Box. 882 ,_ of: matrimony:, ,you win do well to stop by

Church Of God, ,JI I' iN 9:45: Y.tIR'r a.;,, m.-Sunday School '< 1' our office in Belle Glade or Pahokee and .

\ Barfield Highway I 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship i find out first hand Iiow eaafcr it is to own
8:30 m.-Juniors .
Pahokee, Fla.J. I ":86 p.p.: .-Sfrtnday! ,'Evening your own home. X>t 6tatyfmtycrttrItfay; check in

. W.Phone Hughes 924-3736 Minister: !{I .11f WDAY,Evangelistic: Service. 1 t,\ rent .receipts when ydu can, just as ,easily

: SUNDAY: I 7:3g.: p.fn.' -Midweek Prayer '1f>'> own your own home.We1 be'happy to dis

0:45: a. m.-Sunday School meeting.
11:00 a. m.-Morning ,Worship "Where you are a stranger but cuss this highly important matter with you.
I 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- once."
. -
) : First Baptist
7:30 p. .-Prayer Service EVERGLADES FEDERAL'S
THURSDAY: Church, Pahokee

I 7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ And Loan Association
I Service Guthrie W. Colvard Pastor
Pfc. F. E. floe U. S. Marine 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
Corps, spent a three-week leave 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Pahokee Belle Glade
. with his parents Mr. and Mrs. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
Let Your Money Earn 4%% Payable SemiAnnualPag'e
,I ,Olaf Boe and other relatives before 6:3O p. m.-Training Union
leaving tor Hawaii where he WEDNESDAY:
S Is,st tloned. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service


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Bight Everglades News,Canal Point ll'1or1da.33438 Friday. May 15,' 1964

],(r. and Mrs. J. P. Parker wen,1 Burns Is Pleased- A map of the area to be" leased. B. G. Herringof Belle Glade at- MOVE TO NEW HOME

the Sunday guests of her mother.r, Description of easements held tended church services with his I>r. and Mrs. R. L. Hatton haye

Mrs. J. A., Groover in West Palm I (Continued-From- Page 1)) by the U. S. Engineers. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Herring recently moved into their recently

Beach. Mayor Robert King High, of Mi- Copy of the contract for dredging and accompanied them to his purchased home at 2271 Bacora
ami, received 17.OOO Duval County -part of a proposed channel I home where they celebrated Mrs.Herring's Point Road.
votes, virtually all of which were widening and deepening project.
v- birthday with a family
A of exact to ------ ---- - -
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dinner afternoon.
1 Classified AdsI districts. be used for improvement of the In- Sunday

.'1 do not take this second pri- land Waterway.A .
mary lightly," Burns also said."Don't provision that both the port Imt'L\I,""i ,, ,i,'llI,7llYlli! ,""i'lrIT, ; ,rn'I
and the county should have a wordin
think for minute Mr.
I POSITIVELY all want ads or
Don't Be Misled !
the placing and removal of spoil
classifieds, as you wish to call High is without money. Remember -
them, are payable in advance from that he sought and gained the from Peanut Island.A PRINCE THEATREPAIIOKEE ALL, RATES ARE NOT
Board deedwhich'
of the II
this day forward.-Don't phone 'em. NAACP endorsement"Burns copy I I
transferred' title of Peanut THE SAME
Write it and drop a dollar bill in also asked help from the FLA.
the envelope if you want it run supporters of candidates wno failed Island to the Port District. Ship Trailway. Lowest Rates.
make the runoff. "I A provision giving the countythe
to earnestlyask
once. $2 if want it run twice
you Every Load Insured. Direct Ser-
to ,terminate the lease
and so on. that they join our team for right SUNDAY, MONDAY TUESDAY
good government for all of Flor- and remove any improvements.The vice. Free Personal Con-

HAVE YOU decided to clear out ida", Burns said, "I am not goingto cost of liability insurancefor MAY 17-18-19 sultation.TRAILWAY.
the attic and advertise the stuff change my campaign one bit dredging contractors, which the
for sale through these column? nor alter my platform one iota in Port said the c )unty must furn- I "4 FOR TEXAS"FRANK
You'll be surprised how much stuff the second primary."
you can get rid of and how much - .... one county commissioner"It
money you can take in. It only would be interesting to know I SINATRA, DEAN
costs $1 to try an ad for a week County Busy what they (port).are offering us."t MARTIN, ANITA EKBERG AND Nola DraganAGENCY

FOR SALE: New, and Used Willys (continued from page 1) Past ; URSULA ANDRESS

Jeeps. Walter .Ashley's Garagein Instructed its voting machine Local Goes I PahOkee Phone 92<<:.5431

Belle Glade, Phone 63058. department not to open any voting J..IJVJ.I.I.41 \...I.IIJWIIIJUIIJ.lIIJY.J.I! I I VoIII I
Oct. 1754ch.IS machines unless given a court (Continued From Page 1) wwwuwwuwThank

order to do so. The order came will be attending the Baptist Jubilee -.
about after it was learned the Celebration, the anniversaryof
tic like to convert into
you'd county canvassing board ordered 150 years of Baptist work in
cash? A small classified ad in I You
several voting machines checked, the United States. Following the
this column will turn the trick. It
) v apparently without proper auth- convention the Stewart's will Jour-
only costs a dollar-cash with or- FOR YOUR
1 ority. nev on to New York City visiting #
}I der. The Palm Beach County Commission with college classmates Mr. and Support and Confidence s4'' of

f BY SINGER decided this week it must Mrs. John G. Pate who are cur '
T I ask your continued support In the May 4.y ;.
Brand new Round Bobbin sewing have more information before accepting rently doing research work for the ,.
26th election. Remember ALL
i machine. Back tacks seams--sews any part of Peanut Island Ford Foundation in the field of registered ,
Democrat can vote oti May 26th. 't. .. .. :::,.
;, over pins-dial tension and stitch for recreational purposes.The Business principles. While in New .
; regulator. $ 9. -$9.50 down and Port of Palm Beach Com- York City a trip to the fair is I want to extend my sincere appreciation xo .

'.OO a month. Glades Mercantile mission offered a piece of the planned. The Stewarts, taking a to all the people that voted for me on St'r
{' Company 255 E. Lake Avenue Pa- island to the county, but the use week of their vacation, will returnto May 5th.
hokee 9245597. A17tf agreement was so involved the Canal Point about June 1st.
county decided to have a closer Speaking in Bro. Stewart's absence , .,
HOUSE FOR SALE: In South look at the pact. on May 17th will be the Rev.
Bay. Two bed room CBS construction County Attorney Harry, Johnston James Powell who was a Seminary W. FULTON

. Carport, large utility told the board this week the classmate of the Stewarts at New
room. Day Phone 924.4111 and proposed use agreement should include I Orleans Baptist Theological Sem Candidate for Superintendent of SchoolsPaid

:, night phone 996-6274. : inary. ( Pol. Adv.)
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Thank you for your fine support

> on May 5th, it brought us vic-

tory in 55 precincts. I solicit

your support again in the run-

off and invite those who voted (

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Join our team. !

ON MAY 26th





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