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He Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, frfov. 1368 Sample Ballot For Palm Bea FOR HahrklM AGAINST FOR AGAINST no. FOR AGAINST Tho Revision I Tho RovisiM NO. IIVISIOM Or AttlCll vw LOCAL OVHNMINT PROPOKD REVmON OF THI CONSTITUTION Of IMS Tlw NO. i UiK DOCUMINT The The MMm "J'? w T1CII VI wmrifR ant tuacnana Proposing revision of the Constitution of 1885 generally described el the Basic Document embracing the subject matter of ell of the Constitution- eatept for Artidot V (Juckdal Dapsrt rntnt), VI (Suffrage end Elections) and VIII (local CovornmontJ Articlo V (Judicial Department) to bt carried ovor from tho present Constitution In its entirety. Proposing a rtviiion of Articta VI of the Constitution of tha Suit of Florida rotating to tuffragt and tlactiona, adding that taction shall bt b aacrat ballot, changing tho Oath to dtrtta rafaronca to ago and rattdanca, providing that ragiiirationa and tlactiona in municipal! ti and othtr govarnmantal tnfitias may bt prov-ded by taw, tt cataa. Proposing o Revision of Articlo VIII of tho Constitution of tho Stale of Florida misting to eountios ond municipalities, providing It to county funds to bo proscribed by gontrsl low, ellows method of olsction of certain olactivo officials to bo changad or office al special law apprevad by tho voters, givas municipalitios resldusl powars oacept as providad by law, providas for consolidation of of electors, ot cetera. OFFICE TITLE snsxr o. iTri," "a-" " -.o, J! 'J? lW-. n.a.on -. " (O.MII1IOO ssNia WkMhi Mtw. I mow. I omowm I aieewnt ei I a,.l towst w aicotc ,lu,lo, . , pm m n . (y, to CM) (vm to On) (v to onl I (v.. to & I fy, to On) vT to On) . Otos to On) (v. to On) (va. to On) m to On) (V to On) I (Vm to On) I (Vpa to On) I (in, to on) v to On) I (V. to On) (va, to On) v to On) M to On) I (vol l-A REPUBLICAN PARTY J 3-A A i 5 -A 7-A BA -A TO-A ll-A 12-A 13A 14 A 15-A 14 A 17-A 18-A 1"A SO-A I 1. ROBERT W. C. RICHARD DAVID L WADE . RAY C ZEU WAITER N. JOSEPH W. ROBERT C . JACK RAYMOND J. JOHN DAVID C GILBERT T. JAMES R. WILLIAM C. LEWIS WILLIAM H, HOV Gurnoy Rust Leavengood McCain Hopping Osborno Davit, Jr. Colbath, Jr. Humphrey Dt Young Poerbaugh Moudry Jordan Clark Brophy Stowart, Jr. Whit Kapner Sfaab Harrl oorj oarj oorl mi WJ ifui iisrj istri iisrj wi utr) turj iuri irarj itsrj ' inri tawj iwj tan-) DEMOCRATIC v i. J., 3B 4.B M 7.B tt os ,. ,M )3B 14 )5( M )7B J0.( PARTY " U JlJiliiriB y l'"Y r . JOE JAMES C VASSARfc JESS TOM JOHNS. ELMER 0. JERRY IAKE F. MALCOLM C ERROL CHARLES E. PAUL T. ALLAN V. RUSSELL H.- JOHN E. F. A. "Banzai" Rt Edmund S. Muikia Collin Roqort Boyd Adkint, Jr. Carlton Yarborough Johnion Witt Friday, Jr. Thomai lytal Cunninghart Hicks Minor, Jr. Douglas ivorard Mcintosh Born Currlaj I oancansuMia lasts) iUj attu. issru ibuu vsiu h isud wud ihm) vug (bshT tsuu isuu isuu ow wtu isou tsuu GEORGE VALLACEow 2-C 3-C C K 6C 7C 8C W IOC ll-C IK 1 15C 16-C 17-C 18C 1C 20C f BABTV Stwrgt C. Wallact rnH sea rutiMMt Marvin Griffin roa vici Huusiin ( Ballot GOP Out In Strength On lenged by Bill J. Bailey ot Belle Glade, a Republican now In his third term on the Belle Glade City Council. Campaigning In appearances throughout the county have been candidates for the, two vacant seats on the county Board of Public Instruction. Mrs. Thelma S. Wymer, R-VVest Palm Beach, Is competing for the District 3 seat against Democrat Dr. Bernard Kimmel of West Palm Beach. Candidates for the District 5 school board seat are Republican Ann B. McKay, a teacher at Belle Glade Junior High School, and Asst. County Solicitor John Paul Jones Jr., D-Belle Glade. , In the area judicial races, six of seven judgeships are being eyed by incumbents and newcomers. In the race for county Judge, Group 1, Lantana town attorney Gilbert T. Brophy, R-West Palm Beach, is opposing the Incumbent, Judge Paul T. Douglas, D-West Palm Beach. The county Judge, Group 2, race pits Republican incumbent James R. Stewart Jr. of. West Palm Beach against South Bay city Judge and Riviera Beach city prosecutor Al lan V: Everard, D-North Palm Beach. Judge William C. White, of West Palm Beach, one of five Small Claims-Magistrate Court judges, is-running on the Republican ticket for county Criminal Court judgeaagainst the Democratic incumbent, Judge Russell H. Mcintosh of West Palm Beach. Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Judge Lewis Kap-ner, R-Lake Park, is defending his judgeship against Democratic hopeful John E, Born, a former West Palm Beach municipal court Judge. Asst. County Solicitor William R. Staab, R-West Palm Beach, is challenging incumbent Judge F. A. (Banzai) Currle, D-West Palm Beach, for his post as Judge of the Small Claims-Magistrate Court, Group 1. The Group 3 judgeship of the Small Claims-Magistrate Court is being sought by Asst. County Solicitor Howard H. Harrison Jr., R-Lake Park, and Democrat Robert V. Parker of West Palm Beach. Judicial races on the state level include Judge C. Richard Leavengood of St. Petersburg, candidate on the Republican ticket for the Florida Supreme The District 80 seat is being sought by Republican businessman John Jordan of West Palm Beach and Palm Beach Junior College Instructor C. Errol Hicks, D-Lake Worth. Seeking the District 81 seat Is Asst. County Public Defender and North Palm Beach Councilman David C. Clark, Republican, and West Palm Beach attorney, Charles E. Miner Jr., a Democrat. Campaigns for three seats on the Palm Beach County Commission have attracted much public attention in the past few months. One of the most hotly contested races is between Commission Chairman E. F. Van Kessel of Juno Beach, a Republican commissioner for nearly eight years, and former Jupiter Mayor Robert F. Culpepper, Democrat. Lake Worth Mayor Robert C. Johnson, a Republican, is bidding for the District 3 commission seat against Democrat Leelan C. (Chuck) Jewell of West Palm Beach. ' Lone Democrat on the County Commission, E. W. (Bud) Weaver of Lake Harbor, is seeking re-election to his District 5 seat. He Is being chal By CAROLE ANN FLNKLE A Staff Writer Once behind the voting booth curtain Tuesday, Palm Beach County voters numbering 152,032 will face 72 candidates, plus the three running for the U.S. presidency and vice presidency. On Tuesday's ballot are 39 Republicans and 33 Democrats, in state, district or county races. GOP incumbents are seeking re-election to 12 offices, while the Democrats hold a slight edge with 13. The Republicans even up the Incumbent total If county Supt. of Schools Lloyd Early, who was appointed to that post Sept. 1, is counted as an incumbent. Fourteen offices are being contested by newcomers. The Republicans win by a large margin in unopposed candidates, edging out the Democrats 7 to 1. In addtton to candidates' races, all county voters face the question of state constitutional revision. A limited number of voters within certain precincts will decide on three commission seats on the Port of Palm Beach. Registered voters In the fol lng his post as public defender of the 15th Judicial Circuit against his Democratic challenger, Asst. County Solicitor John S. Witt of West Palm Beach. In other county-wide races, Republican Alfred Furtado Jr. of Lantana is seeking the post of clerk of the Circuit Court against incumbent John B. Dunkle, D-West Palm Beach. Sheriff William R. Heidt-man, R-West Palm Beach, is seeking election for the first time to the post to which he received a gubernatorial appointment last year. His opponent Is Delray Beach Democrat Clinton E. (Red) Taylor, former Florida; 'Highway Patrol captain. Incumbent Tax Assessor Edgar W. Maxwell, D-West Palm Beach, Is up for re-election to his office In the face of competition from former Atlantis and Palm Springs Tax Assessor David L. Rcid, R-At-lantis. Candidates for the office of county tax collector, which Is being vacated by Stetson O. Sproul, who held the post for 40 years, are Asst. County Tax Collector C. E. McGehee, R-West Palm Beach, and Democrat Daniel A. Doherty of Del-rav Beach. Republican Robert C. Clark of West Palm Beach Is challenging incumbent Democrat Horace Beasley of North Palm Beach for his post 'as county supervisor of elections. Unopposed candidates Include John A. Reed Jr., R-Vcro Beach, Incumbent Judge of the Fourth District Court of Appeal; L. A. (Skip) Bafalls, R-Lake Park, Incumbent stale senator, 33rd District; Donald H. Reed Jr., R-Boca Raton, Incumbent state representa- ' Court, Group 1. His opponent Is Democrat Joe Boyd, of Ml-ami, a Dade County commissioner. Involved in the contest for the Group 2 spot on the State Supreme Court are Judge David L. McCain, R-Fort Pierce, and his Democratic opponent, Judge James C. Adkins Jr. of Gainesville. In the Supreme court, Group 3, race, incumbent Judge Wade Hopping, R-Tallahassee, Is running in his first election for the post to which he was recently appointed by Gov, Claude Kirk. Hopping, a former Kirk aide, is opposed by Judge Vassar B. Carlton, D-Tltusvllle. Two state representatives are vying for a seat on the Florida Public Service Commission. The Republican candidate is Ray C. Osborne of St. Petersburg, who Is opposed by Democrat Jess Yarborough of Miami. The race for state attorney, 15th Judicial Circuit, is between the Republican hopeful, Asst. State Atty. Zell Davis Jr. of West Palm Beach, and the Democratic incumbent, Thomas Johnson of Riviera Beach. Walter N. Colbath Jr., R-North Palm Beach, is defend- Seat Fascell, 51, a lawyer, scored a big victory when his bill to make Islandla a national monument was signed by President Johnson. The measure had been controversial and Thompson, 29, was against it. Since Islandla became a reality, though, Thompson has switched his position a great deal and promised, If elected, to work, for money to develop the 30 islands as a tropical plavKiound. Thompson, who was Kirk's liaison man with Congress In Washington and worked briefly as editor of the Miami News Sunday magazine, stands on a platform he calls conservative. He should score heavily in the agricultural south end of Dade County. Republicans Expect To Get Congress Richard M. Nixon Spira T. Agnew roa vks rum lowing precincts are eligible to vote for Port Commissioner, Subdistrict 1 (Republican John C. Cassldy of West Palm Beach, unopposed): Precincts 43, 50, 58, 63, 77 and 90. Registered voters In the following precincts are eligible to voter for Port Commissioners, Subdistrict 2. Group 1 (between Scott L. French, R-West Palm Beach, and Lee K. Spencer, D-West Palm Beach) and Gr?ip (between Kenneth J. Ganaway, R-W'est Palm Beach, and incumbent Billy B. Burns, D-West Palm Beach): Precincts 37, 46, 47, 48, 49, 51, 55, 56, 57, 62, 64, 65, 66, 67, 6X, '70, 71, 72, 75, 76,79, 80, 81,82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 109, 114, 116 and 135. Tuesday will be the culmination of months of campaigning by U.S. Rep. Edward Gumey, R Wlnler Park, and former Gov. LeRoy Collins, DTalla-hassee, for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by George Smathers, D-Miami. More campaigning has been concentrated locally for the House of Representatives, Ninth Congressional District, by Incumbent Paul Rogers, D-West Palm Beach, and his can, Is unopposed. "We're on the offensive on the , congressipnal issue," Thomas said. One of the state's big election year surprises showed signs of developing In the eight-county 9th District represented by Rogers. "If I could answer that one, I'd be a miracle man," MacDougald said. "We have conflicting reports on that race. It's close." Thomas seemed in partial agreement: "It's one of the more conservative districts. Paul Rogers' effective re record will have to do battle against a well-heeled cam-, paigner. At this point we feel Paul has turned the corner and the seat is safe." In the 10th District, North Dade and South Broward counties, Republican Burke faced a 173.0U0 to 65,000 edge In Democratic registration. "We feel we have a good chance of taking that seat," Thomas said. "It's an uphill fight for Gissdendanner. But there are no clear-cut issues." "I think Burke is pretty safe," countered MacDougald. "There's no reason to put this other fellow in. For one thing, he has a fairly liberal voting . record in Tallahassee." Contests shaped up this way by districts: Dist.l Robert L. F. Sikes, 62, of Crestview, dean of the House delegation, appeared a cinch to win his 15th term. Sikes, a Democrat, is opposed by John Drazga, 60, an ex-policeman who moved three years ago from New York to a farm near Westvllle In Holmes County where he lives alone. Drzazga is one of 42 registered Republicans in his county. In literature, he promised voters to "protect your home, your family and your country from Inroads of atheistic communism and racist riots." Dist. 2 Don Fuqua, 35, Democrat, an Altha farmer, is unopposed In his bid for a fourth term In the sprawling district. Dist. 3 Incumbent Charles E. Bennett, 57, of Jacksonville, an attorney who has held the seat since 1948, seemed destined to defeat Willard "Bill" Parsons, 32, also a Jacksonville lawyer and formerly, an attorney for the EDWARD istration In the new district 173,855 Democrats to 64,697 GOP may cause an upset here. Dist. 11 A snap election where former three-term Sen. Claude Pepper will win his fourth term in the House. Pepper, 68-year-old former law professor, Is opposed by unknown Republican Ronald I. Strauss, 28, a resident of North Bay Village and a lawyer In .Miami. Dist. 12 It's the second time around for Democrat Dante Fascell and Republican Mike Thompson. Fascell took this one in 1966 with 53 per cent of the vote, a narrow margin considering the inexperience of Thompson, an outspoken Kirk man at the time. challenger, State Rep. Robert Rust, R-Palm Beach. Rogers, 47, has been a Congressman for the past 14 years, and Rust, 40, has served In the State House since 1966. On the state level, two contests have been waged for seats In the Senate. Vying for the District 34 seat are Demo-"cratic Incumbent Elmer O. Friday Jr., of Fort Myers and his opponent, State Rep. Joseph W. Humphrey, R-Boyn-ton Beach. Sen. Jerry Thomas, D-Lake 'Park, Is defending his District 35 Senate seat against State Rep. Robert C. DeYoung, R-Riviera Beach. Four of six seats In the state House of Representatives are being contested in Tuesday's elections. Rep. Jack Poor-baugh, R-Boynton Beach, is defending his District 77 seat against, former Palm Beach County Commissioner Lake Lytal, D-Lake Clarke Shores. In the District 79 race, F. Malcolm Cunningham, former Riviera Beach city councilman, Is running on the Democratic ticket against former State Rep. Raymond J. Moudry, R-Palm Beach. State Beverage Department. Parsons was Duval County campaign manager In 1966 for Claude Kirk's gubernatorial romp. Parsons has sniped at what he considers misuse of Bennett's mail franking privilege. Bennett Is running on his 20-year record which Includes . a skein of roll call votes unbroken since June 4, 1951, according to the congressional record. Dist. 4 This race has no Incumbent. Rep. A. Sydney Herlong, a Democrat, has retired. The Republican nominee is William F. Herlong Jr., 34, a Leesburg citrus grower and a nephew of the retiring congressman. Herlong seeks his first political office against Democrat William V. Chapped Jr., 46, a lawyer and electrical contractor in Ocala. Chappell is a state representative and 1961 speaker of the Florida House of Representatives. Dist. 5 Incumbent Ed Gurney Is the Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate. Gurney's former law partner, Louis Frey Jr., 34, of Orlando, is the Republican nominee. Gurney's wide popularity in the district has rubbed off on his young protege, aiding a slick, well-organized campaign. , Democrat James C. Robinson, 45, also an Orlando attorney, shares many conservative positions with Frey, especially on Vietnam and law and order. New money for the space program pursued at Cape Kennedy in the district they want to represent also is high on both men's list of promises. Frey seems to have it In the bag although he Is in his first campaign against the Orange County attorney. Dist 6 Sam M. Gibbons, 48, a Tampa lawyer and Democrat, unabashed supporter of the Lyndon Johnson Great Society, Is headed for a fourth term. His opponent is Paul A. Saad, 39, a Tampa attorney and self styled conservative who won the GOP nomination with only a handful of voles In a lackluster primary. Dist. 7 Another district locked tight by the Democratic Incumbent, James A. Haley, 69, an accountant and former executive ot the Ringllng Where To Vote In Coun I Bit renew membership. The Democratic nominee is Elton J. Glssendanner, 40, a veterinarian who lives outside the 10th District in North Miami. Glssendanner plans to move to Broward, he said, and the U.S. Constitution allows a congressman to live anywhere in the state he represents. But Gissendanner must face the obstacle he overcame In the primaries; resentment by Broward County toward any politician from the fringes of Miami. Glssendanner Is a first-term legislator, former mayor of his town, a former county commissioner In Georgia and ex-warden of a prison near Tallahassee. Top-heavy Democratic reg Palm Beach County's 111 precincts will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the following locations: WEST PALM BEACH Precinct 71, Flotilla Club, 4850 N. Dixie Hwy. , Precinct 72, Northboro Fire Station, 3601 N. Dixie. Precinct 75, Northmore Elementary School Cafeteria, 4111 N. Terrace Drive. Precinct 76, Temple Bethel, 2815 N. Flagler Drive. Precinct 79, Mounts Agricultural Bldg, 531 N. Military Trail. Precinct 8(1, Palmvlew Elementary School, 800 11th St. Precinct 81, Roosevelt Hl(h St hool Gym, 1601 N. Tamarind Ave. Precinct 87, Westward Junior High School, 1101 Colt Road. Precinct 83, Central Fire Station, N. Dixie and Second St. Precinct M, YWCA Branch, ' ID09..SapodillaAve. Precinct 85, Friendship Bap-Ist Church, 718 Third St. Precinct 86, National Guard Armory, 1703 Lake Ave. Precinct 87, Central High School Gym, Irk Street. Precinct 88, National Guard Armory, 1703 Lake Ave. , By FRANK MURRAY MIAMI (AP) Republicans seriously expect to pick up at least one new congressional seat In Tuesday's election and GOP leaders aren't losing sight of the miracle that could give them half the state's 12 House seats. Democrats talk of winning back two of the three Republican seats, showing confidence in the face of presidential and senatorial campaigns that could deliver Florida's political machinery to the GOP. The split in the House of Representatives now is 9-3 in favor of Democrats. But this year Rep. Ed. Gur-ney sought the Senate instead of re-election, throwing the 5th District up for grabs. And Republican strength showed In the 9th and 12th districts, former respective strongholds of Democrats Paul G. Rogers and Dante Fascell. Another district that possibly may go GOP Is the 4th, vacated by retiring Democrat A. Sydney Herlong. An Associated Press survey of the state's districts showed little probability, however, of changes in party control except in the 9th and 10th districts. The 9th, Rogers versus State Rep. Robrt Rust, looks like a tossup. The 10th, incumbent J. Herbert Burke, a Republican, faced the prospect of losing his one-term seat to Democratic State Rep. Elton J. Gisdendanner. Special attention centers on Congress this year because of the possibility the House could elect the next president. If the Electoral College forfeits the Job, each state gets one vote determined by a majority vote of the state's representative possibly along party lines. Party leaders conceded nothing. . Gilmer MacDougald, congressional campaign coordinator for the state Republicans, saw six races for the Democrats, four for his team and two the 9th and 12th districts as even. Pat Thomas, Democratic state chairman, saw possibilities of setbacks for his party in the 5th, 9th and 10th districts. But Thomas said his appraisals led him to expect victory in all but the 8th District where William C. Cramer, Republi Bros., Barnum & Bailey Circus, will win a ninth term against the Republican candidate, Joe Z. Lovingood, 43, a realtor and building supply dealer in Sarasota. Lovingood was unopposed for his party's nlminatlon, largely because of Haley's apparent Invulnerability. Dist. 8 No contest. Republican William C. Cramer, 46, a St. Petersburg attorney, takes his eighth term by default. Dist. 9 This race could end a dynasty. Paul G. Rogers, the Democratic incumbent, won his post in a special election after his father, Rep. Dwight L. Rogers, died. Rogers is up against very tough opposition in the person of Robert W. Rust, 40. Rust, the rookie stale legislator who drew Florida's tough new riot act, also is a former assistant U.S. attorney. He is a Kirk man, a matter that created some national Interest earlier this year when Kirk was filmed for national TV soliciting a large contribution to his "War on Crime" deficit from Rust's wealthy father. Kirk was filmed telling a third person a donation would help insure his son's election. Rogers, 47, a lawyer who has been re-elected to the House six times since winning the seat left vacant by his father's death, may be a victim of congressional redistricting. The federal courts chopped off a slice of urban Broward County and tacked on rural counties that stretch the new 9th District from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico. Heavy spending by Rust, coupled with the anil-Democratic trend In Florida, could help Rust overcome Rogers' almost 14 years seniority. It's a tossup. A third, but apparently negligible, factor was thrown Into this race with the tiling of Mitchell E. Domin of Pompa-no Beach as a write-In candidate on the ticket of the American Independent Party, the banner of George Wallace. Dist. 10 J. Herbert Burke, 55, of Hollywood, the Republican Incumbent, is looking for his second term. But the court redistricting threw a big chunk of Democratic Dade County In the 10th, possibly upsetting Burke's chance to tlve, 76th District; William G. James, R-Delray Beach, Incumbent state representative, 78th District; Donald P. Kohl, R-Palm Springs, Incumbent Judge of the Small Claims Magistrate Court, Group 2; Lloyd F. Early, R-Lake Worth, superintendent of Palm Beach County schools; John C. Cassldy, R-West Palm Beach, port commissioner, Subdistrict 1; and Marvin U. Mounts Jr., D-West Palm Beach, Incumbent Palm Beach County boiieitor. Precinct 207, Community Center Bldg, 150 Crawford Blvd. Precinct 209, First Presbyterian Church, 600 W. Camlno Real. Precinct 210, First Method-kt Church, 635 NE Second Ave. Precinct 211, St. Gregory's Episcopal Church, 150 NE Second Ave, Precinct 212, Community Center Bldg., 150 Crawford Blvd. BOYNTON BEACH Precinct 132, Rolling Green Elementary School, 550 Miner Road. Precinct 139, Rolling Green , Elementary School, 550 Miner Road. Precinct 115, Community Hall, Royal Palm Beach Village, 554 N E 22nd Ave. Precinct 146, Junior Higr) School, 461 NE Second Ave. Precinct 147, New Civic Center. Precinct 148, Boynlon Beach -Junior High School, 461 NW Second Ave. Precinct 155, Boynton Women's Club. Precinct 161, Boynton Women's Club, n BKINY BREEZES Precinct 150, Church Hall. Precinct 89, Southhoro Fire Station, 415 Southern Blvd. Precinct 91, Westward Vol- ' unteer Fire Station, 1734 Seminole Road. Precinct 9i, U.S. Air Force Reserve Bldg, Belvedere and Clubhouse roadi. Precinct 91, Community Chapel, 2395 N. Military Trail. Precinct 95, Mounts Agricultural Bldg. 531 N. Military Trail. Precinct 96, Church of the Holy Spirit, 1003 Allendale Road. Precinct 102, ConnLslon Junior High School Gym, 67S Connlston Road. Precinct 98, Connkton Junior High School Gym, 673 Connlston Road. Precinct 103, St. Juliana's School, 326 Pine Terrace. Precinct 104, Melaleuca School, 575 W. Gun Club Road. Precinct 103, Lakeside Presbyterian Church, 4601 S. Flagler Drive. Precinct 106, Berkshire School, 1060 S. Kirk Road. Precinct 107, Palmetto School Cafeteria, 823 Palmetto St. Precinct 108, Southwest Volunteer Fire Dept., 1108 S. Military Trail. Precinct 110, South Olive School Cafeteria, 7101 S. Olive Ave. Precinct 112, Meadow Park School, 965 Fla.-Mango Road. Precinct 113, Auditorium, Lake Clarke Gardens Apartments, 2981 Florida Mango Road. Precinct 117, Forest Hill Elementary School, Purdy Lane. Precinct 135, McCauley's Spray Service, State Road 7. ATLANTIS Precinct 28, Atlantk Country Club, S. C'ongrewi Ave. BELLE GLADE Precinct 37, American Legion Hall, lOlSEFIntSt, Precinct 97, Belle Glade High School Gym, 425 W. Canal St. Precinct 99, Lakeshore High School Library, 1101 SW Ave. E. Precinct 100,Lakeshore Recreational Bldg. and Pool, 1221 SW Ave. E Place. Precinct 114, Belle Glade High School Gym, 425 W. Canal St. BOCA RATON Precinct 198, Marymount College, Military Trail. Precinct 199, Advent Lu-thern Church, NE Fourth Ave. Precinct 200, J. C. Mitchell School, 2401 N W Third Ave. 1 St! I Cil I S! 61 I Pi . i Hi! Mi f O; D ta Di i

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