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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, November 7, 1968
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A4 Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 7, 1968 Legion Post Plans Sunday Barbecue TWO HAIIET DAVIDSON POLICE TYPl MOTOICVCLES 1-1962 mod! 1-1963 modl The annual Veteran's Day barbecue will be held by Palm Beach Post 12, American Legion, Sunday at the Post Home, 625 Okeechobee Blvd. Barbecue chicken and all the trimmings will be served with take-outs available. Servings will be from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The public is invited. The proceeds will be used (or rehabilitation of veterans and families. The event marks theunnf f icial observance of the Golden Anniversary of the American Legion, the official date falling on Veteran's Day. To Sm: Purchasing Dcportmwit, 832 Ntwark SlrMt, Will Palm bach, StaUd bidt to bt opoiwd Nov. 8. 1968. ll:OOA.M. District's State Senate Delegation Unchanged; All Incumbents Elected 10,391; Hendry, 1,672 to 635, each of the counties in the or-and Glades, 600 to 178. der as listed above: 48,249, not The totals for Bafalis for yet totaled. 948 and 375. CONDOMINIUM BUYERS GUIDE - SHOPAH YOUJKE am lf T"" II II 11 Wl 1 I pftl De Young, Riviera Beach insurance man. The unofficial total for Bafalis, with no total available from Lee County because of a variety of circumstance where early concentration has been on the contested races, 49,572. Humphrey and De Young are state representatives, for the 77th and 79th House Districts, respectively, seeking "promotion" to the state senate. Friday is assured of return to the Senate because of a big majority in his home county of Lee, 17,596 to 6.963; and final and official majorities In Hendry and Glades counties, 1,966 to 646 and 635 to 227, respectively. His lead In Palm Beach County was a razor thin 45,450 to 45,068. The reported 6,291 absentee votes in Palm Beach County and approximately 2,300 In Lee County could not turn the tide. An even larger margin was piled up by Thomas who also carried each of the four counties. The totals of Thomas and De Young by counties, respectively, follow: Palm Beach, 52,753 to 41,794; Lee, 11,923 to The Palm Beach county district's State Senate delegation will return Intact to Tallahassee on the basis of available official and unofficial returns from the four counties comprising the districts. The two Democratic incumbents successfully overcame the onslaughts of two Republican opponents. The third Incumbent, 33rd District Sen. L. A. Bafalis of Lake Park, a Republican, had no opposition. Even the absentee votes of approximately 8,591, yet to be Included in the official canvasses of Palm Beach and Lee Counties, would not be enough to defeat 34th Senate District Incumbent Elmer 0. Friday Jr., Fort Myers and 35th Sen-ale District Incumbent Jerry Thomas of Tequesta, both veterans of the legislature. On the basis of unofficial totals of Palm Beach and Lee counties and official totals from Hendry and Glades counties, the results are: Friday, 65,647 to 52,904 for Joseph W. Humphrey, Boyn-ton Beach attorney; Thomas, 66,948 to 52,998 for Robert C. HOP iV YOVRLAR k "ICES EFFECTIVE I a) O I I lTT QUANTITY I I 11 RIGHTS I 1 II RESERVED MAKING THE RIGHT CHOICE-FACTS THAT CAN HELP YOU- NOV. 7 THRU NOV. 13 CHOCOLATE f The RIGHT CHOICE means a CHOICE LIFE! Sugar Sands is spread lavishly over 3S acres on the intra-coastal waterway and the Atlantic Ocean and rimmed by sugar white beaches and swaying cocoanut palms. Polynesian Beach Houses and the Hi-Spire apartments are cushions for paradise . . . island style. The bonus opportunities of variety and choice of residence plus customed designed swimming pools, patios and terraces make Sugar Sands the first of it's kind condominium! The backdrop of beautifully landscaped grounds, the widest beaches on the gold coast, a private club, lavish recreational grounds, boat dockage and the shopping village make Sugar Sands a sound investmcntv , It's the look of today - tomorrow versus yesterday! k Paved path for jogging, bicycles, walking - 1 mile long k Tennis courts Sauna baths k Convenient shopping center Guest boat dockage k Luxurious landscaping if Underground utilities k Cabanas -fr Concrete tile roof Copper flashing Master TV system k All copper plumbing (both supply & waste lines) k Weatherstripped entry door k 150 ampere electric service for full housepower k Individual central air & heating system Door chimes Lighted walk-in closets k Interchangeable panels in kitchen cabinets k Adjustable shelves in kitchen cabinets Pre-wired telephone outlets Schlage hardware k Dressing alcoves & vanities k Fully vented ranges Plumbing installed for icemaker refrigerator Beach Houses Seniors Continue To Run U.S. House 5 Al-A jCTa "I i iUM ots. -nlQ 9 : ' X 1 tr monwAr ovf V Mnpsuc , xnaoA beach I vL. - , I HJ DALLENTINE : Ph. 848-4351 McCormack retains his House speaker position. Committee chairmanships held by Democratic members 65 or older who have won reelection and likely will retain their positions are: Agriculture W. R. Poague, 69, of Texas; Appropriations George H. Mahon,68, of Texas; Banking and currency Wright Patman, 75, of Texas; District of Columbia John McMillan, 65, of South Carolina; Government operations William Dawson, 82, of Illinois; Interior and insular affairs Wayne Aspinall, 72, of Colorado; Merchant marine and fisheries Edward Garmatz, 65, of Maryland; Public works George Fallon, 66, of Maryland; Rules William M. Colmer, 78, of Mississippi; Science and astronautics George P. Miller, 77, of California; Two chairmen will be 65 by the end of their two-year terms, L. Mendel Rivers, of South Carolina, armed services; and Thomas E. Morgan, of Pennsylvania, foreign affairs. 5) c Jllni PAK S S Tk f bottles tyy J PLUS DEPOSIT mas CONDOMINIUM BEACH COLONY SHOP MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 10 TIL 9:30 By DALE PL'LLEN Washington Bureau WASHINGTON Seniority triumphed again in the U. S. House of Representatives during the elections this week. Senior citizens 65 or older generally retained their power hold on the 435 House seats. With Democrats still in control, Boston's 75-year-old John Brazil Trip Discussed By Students BELLE GLADE - Two Belle Glade high school students who spent the summer In Manaus, Brazil, as representatives of the youth conference program sponsored by the Lions Clubs, discussed their experiences at the noon luncheon of the civic group here Wednesday. Colette Carpenter, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton O. Carpenter, of 316 NW Ave. E, and Howell McCall, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bunn McCall, of 217 NW Ave. D, spent the summer in the Amazon section of the South American country. The local teenagers were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Orlindo Frota. Next month, the two children of the hosts will visit the local families as part of the exchange program, It was announced. Motion pictures taken by the pair on their summer trip were shown the sponsoring organization. At the meeting, Dr. Thomas P. Baker, president, announced that a 26-year perfect attendance pin was presented to club secretary, D. B. Ma-thls, at the district governor's cabinet meeting Sunday In Jupiter. Robert McCormlck, chairman of the annual light bulb sale, reported $1,266 was realized from the annual door-to-door campaign last week. The club was also told a broom and mop sale held at the polls Tuesday netted $45 for the Sight Conservation Fund. Leonard Parade Set PALM SPRINGS The Homecoming Parade of John I. Leonard High School will proceed through the Village of Palm Springs Friday afternoon, according to Miss Joan Shekey, student spokesman. The parade will begin at the school at 2 p.m., progress easlward across Tenth Avenue to Davis Road, north on Davis Road, and terminate at th.' Village Hall. Mayor Edwin h Emerson Jr., will assist In the judging of winning floats from a reviewing stand at 244 Davis Road. A combination of 27 decorated floats and special cars will comprise the parade. Floats competing for cash prizes will be sponsored by the various school organizations and classes. Tonight, as part of the first Homecoming celebration week for John I. Leonard, "bonfire anbpeTTfMywIirbe held at 7:30 at Davis Road and Cypress Lane In Palm Springs. Leonard Lancers will face the Palm Beach Wildcats for the Homecoming football game Friday night at Lake Worth High School field with pre-game activities to begin at 7:45. A dance featuring the crowning of a homecoming queen will be held following the game at Leonard fc-, , mmSm0 t Uirit'lf S 1(1. MIIIWHl J ' : , P'- .r - wrinkling or drooping :J m - f ' . . 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