The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1964
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00410
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Schools To Will Sponsor Booth Blue Devils Lose I Supervisor Has I Board Will Boost

At Annual CarnivalPhi To Produce MoneyIt

Benefit From The Gamma Nu Chapter, Beta The 5th StraightLosing appeared Monday that Daniel For Local Member

Sigma Phi Sorority met at the Gorham, county supervisor of reg-
Bond Issue Nov. 3 home of Mrs. Dorothy Buckner and their fifth straight gamein istration will have to produce $7- State Road BoardThe

voted to sponsor a booth for the as many starts the Pahokee 908.99 or show cause why he
sale of candied apples at the Paho Blue Devils had this week to recuperate shouldn't return the money collected -
Over 6 percent of the currently kee PTA Halloween carnival. I from their losses with no for operation of his office. Palm Beach County Com-

proposed School Bond Issue of Mrs. Penny Clark, social chair- game scheduled for tonight. Next Horace Beasley candlate for mission Monday decided to await

$26,750OOO is scheduled to be spent! man, announced a costume party Friday night will see the local ag- the registrar's post, asked ,the the outcome of the November elec-
on new schools and additions or will be held Oct. 31 at the home of gregation go up against the Mar county commission to explain whyan tion before making a concerted effort -
alterations to the present schools Gamot at 9 audit Gorham's office show-
Mrs. Joan beginning tin County High School squad from of
in the Pahokee-Canal Point area. p. m. Husbands will be guests. Stuart on the Pahokee gridiron. ed the funds not having been accounted to have a county resident named
A new elementary school, estimated -' Mrs. ,Glenda Padgett presenteda I Last Friday night the Riviera for.County to the State Road Board.
to cost over $219,000, is to "model" Beta Sigma Phi program Beach Hornets Journeyed to Paho Attorney Harry John 'Commirrfoner George Warren,
be constructed in this area. This for the benefit of chapter ; kee and by scoring once in the ston told the commission thAt it Delray Beach said it had been.,
amount should provide eight class pledges. It was decided to postpone I third quarter were able to carry had no jurisdiction in the matter. years since the county had a representative j
rooms, a library, ,two toilet facilities the next meeting which will home the victory over the local and further advised the board that I on the board. He said .
furniture, equipment, and I be at the home of Miss Willadene i gridsters. It was Riviera's first the audit had been called to the ho had contacted both gubernatorial -' :
books.Alterations. ,',
library Todd, until Oct. 29 to avoid con- win of the season and naturally attention of the State Comptoiler. candidates and had received an
listed as $14,600 at I flict with the Beta Omicron's they were a happy group of The comptroller, Johnston reported answer from GOP candidate Hoi-
the Canal Point Elementary School fashion! show.Bobby youngsters after the game. has written a letter to the sup- ley assuring Commissioner Warren .
include enclosing the .. The Blue Devils tried to come ervisor ordering the money turned ,that .this county would be given :-
replacing windows, stairwe1JS'1 back late in the game and try some back to the county or for Gorhamto the'same consideration as the
new lights, toilet ShackfordFuneral razzle dazzle of their own. Pell show the authority for retAin- other counties in the district, in
Proposed additions totaling took the ball and handed off to ing the money.Harvest. selection 'of road boant members.
$866,000 for the East Lake School Candidate Burns had
end-around. Democratic
ServicesFuneral Jim Tyson on an Tyson -
include a science lab, a gymnator- stopped when the secondarycame not answered Warren In time torllonday's
ium, a cafetorium, a library and Sales Inc.
up and passed 34-yards to commission meeting.
library books heating, passage- services were held Tues- Padgett who was in the open. The Warren asked the board to immediately -
ways, a storage space, a clinic little short and Pad- solicit the support of
and administrative suite. day morning at the First Metho- pass was a Open For Business
dist church in Pahokee for _Robert gett had to come back for the ball both candidates for a road board
Also, in Pahokee the Everglades Owen Shackford, 40, who died in a and it gave the Hornets time to appointment. He withdrew his motion -
School is scheduled to
,West Palm Beach hospital on Saturday get back. A. new vegetable brokerage con- after Commissioner Lake Ly-
receive $367,000 for 11 new class- faded backto tal said he believed it would 'be
following a short illness. He On the next play Pell
rooms, a cafetorium, a library, cern to be known as Harvest Sales, after
was a native of Pahokee. pass and had the ball batted more effective to wait until
library books, storage rooms, Services were under the direc- back to him by the onrushing linemen Inc., is open and ready for businessin the election and "then go to work."

toilets, heating and passageways.. tion of Rev. John' Briley with bur- of Riviera. He was hit and- new quarters on the platfonn The ,board voted 'to: approveVPaM'l's'
., Proposed alternations and i additions fumbled 'after"catching his the State Farmers Market, In butdaoidad4o.rwaitt... __
." ,-' $ ial at Port, ;.fayaca.J'Elks. ,were in the ball of plan .
to 'Pahokee'for IghSchool: charge of graveside services. Pall- owz' passe Cecil Adams fell on the Pahokee. Robert ,B.. Mackey is until after the, election to start :
contain remodeling
suggestions bearers were: Donald Harrington, ball and the Hornets were back in president'and sales! .manager of the action.
the stairwells, the book room, the '
Arnold Scruggs, Melvin Spooner, business. new corporation. Comraisioner! Paul R a r diD
clinic, the field house, the guid-
Leon Spooner Pope Sears and 'Mr. Mackey has many years of searched back in his memory and
office and the administrative
ance Prentice Turbeville. experience In the vegetable busi- said the county hadn't been repre-
suite. Th amount of $178,000 will The deceased was a member of: Mills, Will ,Grind ness ,and until recently was 'sales! sented on 'the board since the perIod -
Include alternations the
on gym- the' Methodist church in Pahokee', manager for Unity Farms, Inc.,, of '1933-41, when two Glades residents -
: natorium continued, the windows, the'agrl.8) the Elks Lodge, Pahokee Volun- Starting Monday Pahokee. He is well and favorably served .4-year terms on the
( on page
J teer, Fire Department. He is sur- known throughout South Floridain board.
vived by his wife, Mrs. Dorothy the vegetable industry. Duringthe - .

Shackford, one son, Robert Jr., I Sugar mills in the Lake Okee- summer season for many years, Road Jobs .
Ordination Meet Glades
and one daughter Aleda; his par- chobee Region will start grindingcane he has been going to the Carolina
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Shack- next week with grinding where he participated in the vegetable ,
For New DeaconsA ford of Canal Point, one brother scheduled to start after cane cutting industry for several! months. Are Now Underway
I I Willard R. and one sister, Miss begins on Monday morning.The Other officials of the new con \
Irene Shackford. U. S. Sugar Corporation at cern are: Michael Zarrella vice "'1
capacity crowd filled the Wetherington Funeral 'Home of Bryant and the Glades Sugar vice president, Robert G. (Bobby) Work has ben started on three

morning and evening services of Pahokee was in charge. of arrange- House at Belle Glade will both get Mackey, secretary and treasurer. urban multl-laning projects total-
the Canal Point Baptist church ments. underway next Monday with Os- Peter Zarella is also a member of tog' $1,288,363 in Palm Beach
Sunday. At the morning service . ceola Farms scheduled to start November the corporation. County communities, the State
the guest speaker was Dr. Ar- : 2. Clewiston started this New'office were recently con- Road Department announced today -
mando Silverio, director of Italian Rogers, Is Speaker past Monday.The structed on the State Market plat- .
Missionary work in the United sugar industry contributed form to howe the new corporation. District Four Road Board mem-
-.r.- States for the Home Mission Board ToFarm Bureau $58,348,010 toward the economy of - ber John H. ;Monahan said the

'-;. ," ':, of ,the Southern Baptist Convent_ i ... - the'Glades area, last .year._ Halloween Plans first! project, a $587.439 contract
..... .y ,.a .. tlon.' There ',was a total}: ofL 8,610,804 awarded to Crabtree Construction <;' '
.. =.. ; i ; _Dr. Silverio spoke ;on: 'the;work Congressman Paul Rogers. was tons'.of-:cane milled in Florida' last = Company :ofijWerft: .Palm Beach r.
.,'**,,* ,done among the Italian' people 'in .'the -featured:' speaker Saturday year;' The'bulk' 'of,:;the production Is Canal Pi School: provides for_the.'.four. an1ng':. jof ;;
" c': : .. "the states and sang in Italian. night' at the Community BuildingIn in Hendry 'Palm Beach. Glades, State Road S-809: north of Riviera : -?<
: Following the service' dinner on Canal Point where 200 members Collier and Indian River Counties.The between the 'Florida' East Coast ;, "
w the ground was held with guests and friends of the EvergladesFarm cane milled in this area pro- Plans. have been completed for Railroad tracks and U. S. 1. 'A ... ;.;
t. Rev. and Mrs. Jim Baugher, pastorof Bureau gathered to hear duced 849,136 tons of raw sugar. the annual Halloween Carnival to 18 V&-foot median strip will be pro-
the Canal Point Methodist Molasses alone was valued at be held on the Canal Point school vided between traffic lanes. The
Church and Rev. C. J. Smyly of him.Rogers said' through the changein $3,113,120. ground on the night of October 31, contractor has 220 working days to t
the Florida Baptist Convention government by the Soviets, - according to James Gibson, chair complete- the project. "

Training Union Department.Later "Their nearest ally, Red China, is Plan man of 'the committee in chargefor R..H ,Wright, Inc., of Fort Laud- .
at the Deacon Ordination now split from them." Reception Is the PTA. erdale la the contractor on a $444- .
service Rev. Smyly charged the He said the failure of Communism The PTA food booth will open 907 project which provides for the "
new deacons. He was followed by in this hemisphere is ahownin For Haydon BurnsA sharply ,at 0:30: o'clock and many six-laning of Airport Road at Belle .. "
Mrs. Lawrence Stewart who charged the circumstances. surroundingCuba. fine goodies will be J available for Glade between State Roads 715
the wives of the deacons and those In attendance. There will be and '10.The .

Rev. Cooper' Marshall, pastor of Rogers said, "Finally, Castro's reception for Mayor Haydon many attractions on the school third project will provide
the First Baptist Church of Okee- economy is chaos. His sugar crop Burns, Democratic candidate for ground during the evening.: four lanes of traffic on Bacom
chobee who charged the church. it the smallest in 20 years and he Governor of Florida, and his wife Reverting to a former plan of Point Road in' Pahokee from a ;
Rev. Stewart presented each has not the credit to continue for- Mildred, will be held on Thursday, holding the parade in the school point near the City Park where ;
man ordained a Bible from the eign purchases. So, instead! of be- October 29th at the American Le- I auditorium in the parade of costumes four-lanlng stops to a point one ?
church. Those ordained were Perry ing a showcase of Communism in gion Home 625 Okeechobee Road, for the school children?I four mile further south on Bacom Point
Hall and Cecil Clark. In the even- this hemisphere, Cuba is a show- West Palm Beach from five until prizes will be awarded one' each Road.. ,J., M. Whittaker and Sons
ing service Rev. Smyly spoke and case of Communistic failure. seven P. M. | to the child judged to be wearingthe of Sebring have been awarded the t;
the ordinance of Baptisim was observed. - The public Is cordially invited. funniet costume, the prettiest, $256,107: contract and have 160
ENJOY STEAK SUPPER Refreshments be served. the most original, and the costume days to complete the project.
- Members of the Beta Omicron most typical of Halloween. .

Rev. Lawrence Stewart and W. Chapter, Beta Phi Sorority enjoyed Mr. and Mr. Stewart Spooner of - JUNIOR DEVILS WIN
S. Cross attended the recent fun a western-style steak supper on Ft. Myers were the recent guestsof RETURN FROM VISIT The Junior Blue Devils of Paho
eral services in LaBelle of Mr. the Patio at the home of Mr. and his mother, Mrs. J. P. Spooner. Mr: 'and Mrs. J.: V. Thomas have* kee won 14-6 over the team from
Hall, brother of Cecil and Perry Mrs. Jose Antuna, 180 N. Green- While here they attended the fun- returned from a visit with rela- Okeechobee in an encounter on the
Hall. star recently. eral of R. O. Shackford. tives in north Florida. local field Tuesday night.


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Two The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday, October 23, 1964

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commission: Ethel Johnson Has
Tabled an invitation for a Palm Deacons'J) ( () BanquetAt Birthday IJ 1:1 3r '
Beach County float to be includedIn :
a parade-set for Tallahassee aspart Local Church
of inajiguratipn, ceremonies pro and Mrs. E. C. Johnson en-

for J..b!' state's! new governor., tertained at'Lions Club building
Accepted, I- luncheon, invitation Deacons and their wives of the with a sweet sixteen party honor-
from the ,jboard of directors, of ,Canal Point Baptist Church enJoyed -I Ing their daughter, Ethel, on her
r ,Norton; Gallery, for Nov. 6th. a uD a.coll3 Banquet' October birthday. The hosts were as listed
Referred to the county legal department 13 in the dining hall of the by the honoree's grandmother
a request from the Isa- church. The entire board of deacons Mrs. Sarah McKinstry and Mrs.

ak Walton league asking the com- and their :wives were presentand Jim Vandegrift.. ...
mission to endorse legislative action heard,retiring chairman of the
seeking eliminate the'Flor- board, Charles Maxson introducethe A3-O Mike MAXSON VISITSA
ida Inland Navigation District. new officer, J. G. Weeks, 3-c Mike Maxson recently
The Rardin Building: In Canal Point Florida Approved arrangements asked chairman; J. L. McCall, vice chalr- graduated with top honors from
by Butler Aviation, base operatorat man; and Alton Jones, clerk. fuel specialist school at Amarilo
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF International Airport, to make I Rev. and 1\I1"S. Lawrence Stewart AFB, Texas and Is'now the guestof
office, space available to the Flying I presented each wife with a book his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Earl
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THE EVEHfiLADES NEWSServing Tigers Airlines. According the entitled "The Greatest Thing in Maxson before reporting for dutyat
request, the airlines is using a fleet the World". A corsage was also McCoy AFB., Orlando.
the Lake Okeechobee, Farming.Region Without of five ,planes to carry passengers! presented the members' wives.
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years between New :York and the Ba- Special recognition was given the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinsonwere
hamas and wishes to bring the deacons who served over the past among the many fans attend-
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday Carolina
planes to International Airport for year. Guests were new deacons: J. ing the Florida-South
Subscription Price,$2.00 Year In AdvanceThe I maintenance between flights on H. Bordeaux. Perry Hall and Cecil football game .in-Gainesville..

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn the passenger run. Clark.
I Authorized the County Engineerand - Mr. and Mrs. 'Myers Fountain
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter
Zoning Department to draft a Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson returned recently attended the 25th wedding
Paul Rardin ,- Owner, Editor, Publisher tentative change to county zon- Monday from a visit with rel- anniversary of his brother and
ing regulations dealing with typesof atives In Georgia and north Flor- sister-in-law; Mr. 'and :Mrs. Verner
soil suitable for subdivision de- ida. Fountain in Miami.
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Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting velopment.Voted to stop payment on about CLASSIFIED ADS- IN THESE M. J. Sapp is a patient at Ever-

Of "The Palm Beach $500 worth of county warrants COLUMNS FAY BIG DIVIDENDS glades Memorial= Hospital.FREEHOLDERsr .
I never presented for payment.
Voted to help the town of Palm
County Commission Beach in a battle against "erosion
which threatens to destroy a section -
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----------------------------------- of Ocean Blvd., between
A resident of Boutwell Road told and a number of houses had been Sloan's Curve and the Widner Es-

the county commission this week I hit."They tate in Palm Beach. The project GET THE FACTS
that his home Is being peppered fire at anything 'that will be a combined effort of the
flies." Kenny told the board. town, and county and State Road
with buckshot from?! the guns of
Commissioner Chairman Edward Department. NOW So You Can
hunters and asked that action betaken Bandlow assured Kenny that the - .
) to stop the shooting before land would be posted if the owner
someone is seriously hurt. would give his consent. Bandlow Pahokee Lions In"Coldlce
He was Lloyd Kenny who told said he had contacted the trusteeof VOTE "YES"FOR
the board the guns "are being fired the property and was trying to "
by people who don't know how to get permission to put up "no huntIng" MeetingR. ...
use them." Kenny said at least one signs in the area. PASSAGE OF
man had been sprayed with shot In other actions this week the F. Hurt related his exper-

iences in the "cold ice" business in

,..." ,.//t" It" ..Ii' It" I 7't" 'IU'I" "' mtli" 'it" "im"f N'JtmltT tlt" ''f' tlor; a program presented to the Paho- School Bonds
kee Lions Club Tuesday. Mr. Hurt,
who has just completed 30 years in
the ice business spoke on the ice Citizens School
Monday Cattle Sales. industry in general, and then in- NOV. 3rd Bond Committee

. troduced Carmen Salvatore who
was the first l ice man in Pahokee.Mr. .
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Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
from West Palm Beach
which is owped and operated by more than 120 via and boat delivering it from house to

Florida Cattlemen. house.The.
date for the "Pancake Day" I
-You'll enjoyvthe excellent service you receive here has been set for Nov. 25 at the 1

at this Market. We make an effort at all times to I Lions Building beginning 7 a. m. ,. ,' : .y

give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give Guests attending this weeks
meeting were Mrs. R. F. Hurt,
us a trial.SALES. Paul BeBout, Jr., C. W. Brown,
Hunter and James K.
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Hunter members of the Royal

EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. Palm Beach Lions. .Club..


Glades ,Livestock Market New Get BusinessesTo InstructionThe

ASSOCIATION Small Businea Administration 1 >'.
\ On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road and Palm Beach Junior Col-
lege will sponsor a one-day work- :
Phone WY 6-3028
shop Friday, November 13, for
prospective business owner and for
those who have recently started a :> ;
faMmswn iTWfl w Jff/fflhfflft4irifiiB rrm a/ft/ i iKeElect v Y,
neW/ business. i (C'
Thomas A. Butler, Branch Man- ." .; F
I ager of the S. B. A., said that the
workshop at Palm Beach Junior
STETSON O. t College is the first to be given out-

side of Miami and that it,, was In
,response to :the ,many recent inquiries -
: made to his office, from
"SPROU'; I L persons,'who;:indicated a; desire to _

> : ..'t. .. own"'and operate- :their -oWn;#busi _
nesses.Basic. 1tk.5.t
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YOUR ,management principles
which can be applied to all, kinds
COUNTYCOLLECTOR of businesses are to be discussed.

,: The program is designed to\give
.,'V' an understanding of basic require-
: ments and considerations neces-
sary to starting one's own.. busi

Is to be -
.1 Emphasis placed on Dilated
.1 FOB A CONTINUED' to small business.
S..B. A. staff members will serveas
instructors.The .
workshop is to be limited to
: ; NOMINEE approximately 30 participantsfrom
i the Palm Beach county area.
Inquiries should be directed to
There is nO.substitute For Experience. Paul Allison Dean of Special Stur-

I, ies, at the junior college.APPRECIATION .
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'- 1. Mr. Sproul's public service is beyond

We would like to take this means l! dba ?k >>>M> rv' '.
reproach. of thanking our many friends for
their cards and letters during Mrs.

.)J Your. support will be appreciated in morial Bolton's hospital.stay In We Everglades are grateful Me-

'i''I ; November,3rd, election I for the many expressions of sympathy u'TOO;GOOD TO SE JUST FGH TME; YOUNG"Page
.,' and 1 hind messages received
h-. while she was hi the hospital.Mr. .
(Paid Political Advertisement
I and Mrs. John Bolton. ao"&AII r O.'II"o.Yerssnrvr. ,



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Friday, October 23, '1964
Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33433 _

I ,Mrs. Emma Wheeler" has' returned -

N Is State Being Income* Studied Tax' from Mrs.a Paul visit. with Tlllery her: has daughter While, land to following her daughter's a visit home with in her Lake-son-
I Leigh Ann in Ft. Myers.
I PERSONAL ) there she was the houseguest of in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
TAMPA Elliott.
abolition of-Homestead A state income Exemption tax. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers. i Jess

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Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones at-
: I'I tended the University of Florida ible personal property taxes were
I home coming game In Gainesville all suggested to members of the RE-ELECT
over the weekend. Florida Council of 100 recently at WHY YOU SHOULD
a meeting in Tampa.R. .
Vera Mosley, five year old Bob Smith, Tampa accountant STETSON O.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray outlined ideas on'abolishmentor
Mosley, returned this week from modification of the Homestead
Good Samaritan hospital where Exemption Act, plus the conten-
: she has been a patient. tion the total ad valorem tax burden SPROUL'M

per capital in Hlllsborough kh
Mrs. Velva Baxter of
County is too low.
the weekend guest of her son- Mayor Herman Goldner of Tit.; YOUR COUNTY
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Petersburg described his countj's
Lee Wroten and family.Mr. tax ob
structure as "completely
and Mrs.. M. P. Stanley and solete. He called for' fair evaluation Tax CollectorFOR
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson return of property on a uniform
ed Sunday from a week vacation In basis throughout the state. A CONTINUED
the mountains of North Carolina. William R. Hough, vice presi- EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS Democrat12A
dent of,the Florida Securities Dealer ADMINISTRATION
Mrs. Leo Wroten Is spendingthis Association, called the intangible -
week as the guest of her sisterin tax "double taxation"' and recommended A He sins been a most conscientious and hard working County Official
Brunswick Ga. its repeal. fn HLs employees have always rendered most courteous and efficient

Dr. W. M. Shenkel, associate service.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley are Collector handled 30 mfl'on dollars the
University A The office of County Tax over
professor of real estate at the
vacationing in Georgia and the past,12 months.
) of Florida, recommendedthe
Carolinas.Mrs. A There Is no substitute for experience. You. the taxpayers need a man of
establishment of a state tax
experience In that office.A .
Arthur Bush is the guest of commission which would equalize
Prior to his first seeking election. Mr. Sproul had 14 years of banking.
her son-in-law and daughter, MV.and assessment statewide. an ICS course In accounting and also had 8 years of tax experience.
Mrs. Jack Elder and family in Additional meetings on taxation
A Mr. Sproul has always operated your Tax Collector's office as economically
problems will be held in Miami,
Jacksonville. as possible. Last year he turned back to the County In excess fee*
Oct. 29 and in Pensacola, Oct. 27. almost $300.000.
Mr.and Mrs. E. B. Gamble left Meanwhile the council's on
report ft) There Is definitely no need for a change.
Tuesday for Robellne La., where its findings is scheduled for release
Voter should carefully check the qualifications and backgroundof
they will be the guests of her father sometime in November. A Every
I each candidate.
M. L. Cobb and her sister Mrs. . m*
A Your support to re-elect Stetson O. Sproul your County Tax Collector
Fred Cutrer. They were accom- Mrs. H. E. Unwin returned to will be gratefully appreciated.Paid .
panied by their daughter and her home this week following surgery -I
'granddaughter, Mrs. James Lath- at St. Marys Hospital last for by P. B. County Democratic Committee and Democratc Executive
I Committee of Fla., Warren Goodrich Chrmn. and Ann Cramer. Vice Chrmu.
am and Shelia of Atlanta, Ga. Wednesday.
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Completed 21 years in law enforcement *Florida State Turnpike Authority, which
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Captain of Florida Highway Patrol. '
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.' : ;t freedom in other languages, in other lands. bit as proudly. '," ',

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Wayne Sears is the guest of,his

First Baptist parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pope Sears:

Church, PahokeeGutbrie following recent return to Ihg

II News Of TJie a. Ch r ehes 11 11The SUNDAY; W. Colvard, Pastor states was employed from Nicaragua by a mining where com-he

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School pany.
\ fl-iuQ: ': m m.:Mbmtoir Worship: j .:_. ., _:
Methodist: Cftorelf: South Side ChurchOf ,T 1 Pahokee Churclr 6:45&QO.:: p.p. m.m.--Evening.Training.Worship Union

Canal Point, FloridaJames ChristBelle : :The Nazarene: ;WEDNESDAY:
I 1'- I 7:30: p. m.-prayer Service
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W. Baugher Pastor Glade across from |I Rev. Willard'Kilpatrick -
SUNDAY: Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 J j I 433 Bacom Point Rd. :Glades Baptist Church

9:45: a. .-Sunday School. I'0:00-: a, m.-Bible Study t|Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 883 -
1:00: a. m.-Sermon ;:SUNDAY SERVICES:
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf)
6:00 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service i i 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
: p. m.-Evening Worship Pahokee Lions Club
I Meets in
6:30: m.-Wed. Bible Study 11:00 HOMEOWNER
TUESDAY, p. .... : a. m.-Sunday Worship j Building.
6:30: m.-Juniors
8:00 m.-Woman's p.
: p. Society 'SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m.
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY ; St. Mary's CatholicChurch 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening :PREACHING-11:00: a. m. and

: Evangelistic Service J 7:30: p. m. .
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting 'I WEDNESDAY: SUNDAY B. Y. F. -6:30: 'p. m.
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7:30 Midweek
p. m.-- Prayer
:WED: PRAYTCR---7: p. m.
First Methodist : Father Francis Fennech Pastoi meeting: ... -
Sunday Mass=11:30: a. m. ["Where you are a stranger but
Church PahokeeJohn Confessions before Mass once" I Church.Of ChristI
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''Church I 125 N. W. Avenue D SHIPGO
Of God
SUNDAY A. Bnley, Pastor :Holy .Nativity Phone WY 6-3867
: Barf iefd Highway Fly
9:45: a. m.-church School Episcopal Church Belle Glade

11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Pahokee 'SUNDAY SE2RVICES-
6:45: p. m.-MYF Pahokee Fla: I '10:00:() a, m.-Bible Study
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship J. W. Hughes Miniater 4 i Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar I 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship HAND IN
IPUESDAY: Phone 924.3736 SUNDAY: 7:30: p. m:-Evening Worship
: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac a. m.-Sunday
ticsWEDNESDAY 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School :[ 11OO: a. m.-Worship Service ;! 7:30: p. m.-Bible.-. Study
: 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
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7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devotions 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser- ;St. Peter's Lutheran . We can help you
viceTUESDAY Canal Point 'Church
Belle Glade
8:30: p. m.-Senlor Choir practice : Baptist Church in both. We pay you
7:30: p. m.--Prayer Service
. THURSDAY: August Ko re ber,Pastor
Lawrence Stewart Pastor 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade big dividends on sav-
CLASSIFIED ADS PAY 7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ
BIG DIVIDENDS Service 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Divine Services 11 A. M. ings until you have

-'- 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship School 9:45: A. M.
6:30: p. m.-Training Union .... accumulatedenough

HOW LONG-OH, HOW LONG! 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship

To Be A In WEDNESDAY 7:30 : m 11 for a down
There's GOT Change p. m.-Prayer Meeting

The Registrar's The recently headlined .. payment. Then we'll

I 'm chaos, confusion and Ineffi- First Baptist
OfffflCe! clency in the Registrar's BIRTHSMr. lend you the rest
office, proves conclusively Church, Canal PointElder
and :Mrs. Lewis Walker of your
I l TORS MUST GO!.The people Lester Reams
VOTE EASILY and officials the county SUNDAY: Pahokee are the parents of a boy, home
low interest
I \ DESERVE the businesslike 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Steven Lewis, born October 20 at at
I administration of Horace 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Everglades Memorial hospital.
I With BEASLEY Beasley.. 6:30: p. m.-B. 'I. C. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thomas rates and easy

i 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship., :Rushing\ Pahokee announce the
j " Lever 1 5A TUESDAYS l birth of a son, Jerry Anthony born monthly, payments.
.'ni.-Choir October 13.
7:30'p. practice.
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4 fr : HORACEBEASLEY : WEDNESDAY:: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Azor Paulk of
7:30: p. m.-Midweek, Prayer Clewiston' ,, announce the birth of a COME IN AND
Service. daughter Terl Lynn born October
j THURSDAY:-Every other week 14. TALK IT OVER
t 7:30 p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary Mr. and Mrs. Allen John Kent of
Meeting. Itxdiantown announce the birth of WITH US
.1 ; SUPERVISOR OF .. twin sons Mathew A. and Mark
r < > REGISTRATIONElect B. born, October 15.
..a The Church Of God Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Louis
A Business Man
Archer: of Stuart announce tha:
j i Democrat For A Business Man's Job Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal birth of a daughter. Lisa Michelle

H......,P._.Cky....__C.-N.: a.....lass c:.._.......W_o-.ItWt. Point Road born October 16.
Ctwmn..AM. Ci,m...Via . .
John H, ,Kinard pastor Let Your Money
T I.: ,1 ;10.:Op,a. m.-Sunday/School* ,:I.ocal..Post:;;Master r
,11OO: 'a. m,-Preaching. Service I
I 1 7:45 p1. ins Evarfgelistic Service IWIfttm&" Ehrml td! :Earn

: RE-ELECT 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.LJ3.
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B.: Postmaster Edythe Smith and
11 Everyone welcome. Special music' the Canal Point Post Office staff 42 %

1 EDWARI"IANfBl.OW- ',end:sin ncNristihn..(: r -. I verii.! .praiaed,todayizi a let1errfroynW1llhxti'HfrM1
._ 1 1t. l. National f bisector I

t. Scien e pt;the)U).3.fSavinsirBorid! Division; l ; } PAYABLE
for ,their efforts in promoting: the
....;. REPUBLICAN Group.Of Caiial1 Point sal.of. U; S; SavingV Stamps.: t ANNUALY '
.. through the ;Treasury's: School SEMI i,+
,} 'I Bounty CrJmi11i iee,7.jV. f1' r : 7*.Hi The" Gospel i account of the resur' Savings Program.Mr .' I

., Matthew !,. Neal's letter, announcing
r rection of.ChristJesus (
;' : DISq.Jb6r Nb; 3'' 28 and .Mark,16V) and! selections I' thestart of1, a-new! seasonfor: ;, the ) .

1 from program,:c edited r the'nation'a post ,. .
Revelation, will be heard1 in
: "His Only Business Ifil eyes s Are ,Christian Science churches this offices) .wiih"* ,Helping' to' increase r
the, participants in
of) "Pro numben )
Sunday; on the subject
Your Interests bation''After-;Death: School Savings by five, per cent EVERGLADES
Readings from the Christian during: the past'year, : !

Science,textbook will include: ,I this; Commenting; upon Mr. Neal>'
:De dfC dt= ,
SincereCapable' f 'Experienced
letter, Mrs Smith pledged the con
I Jesus' deed, was for the enlight FEDERAL
r meat of men and for the salvation tined-,sUpport! of the post office*
I of the whole world from sin, sick" In publicizing and servicing the
I 7 Good Reasons To Keep BANDLOW, school and said "It
I ness, and death . .His three days'work program >is SAVINGS
good to know we have a part in developing -
the sea.Jof.
in the set
In Office sepulchre
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I thrift!! habits among our
eternity on time" (Science and
j A FULL Time Commissioner* Health with Key to the Scriptures young people, and. in reminding
them of this practical opportunityto AND LOAN
by Mary Baker Eddy. pp. 45, 44)). :
Builds Roads by Traffic Count- Serving, the MOST People -.. be better citizens"
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'.. tD Kept ALL of His Campaign Promises Made 4 Years Ago. Infant Son Present
TEL Sunday School
I 4. ; tit Responsible for Libby Mac Neil & Libby coming to P. B. For Stork ShowerMark
County Increasing our Agricultural and Industrial Income. Class Met MondayThe

Mads Sure Money Spent on New Airport Terminal would be Edward Lowe infant son
\ with of Mr. and Mrs. James Lowe, or- T. E. L. Sunday School Class
Spent Local
People. rived in time to attend his own met at the home of Mrs. H. G.

Elected Commission Chairman by both Republicans and* stork shower and was guest of honor Rogers Monday: afternoon for their BELLE
I Democrats. Monday- night at- the home at regular;, business meeting. Mrs. GLADE

Mrs. Jack Stanley, 2580 S. W. 14tb Mamie Candy president presided.
His Business and Building Experience is Valuable in Antici-
Street. He looked ona. .W$ mother Fallowing the business Mrs. M. F.
I II : cipating the Future Needs of Your County. opened the many gifts and accepted George directed the social period.
I II with pleasure the infant seat :There were 13 members present. Accounts Insured+ By

"HewilLcontinue..to work for: all of you which was presented him by the .... Federal Savings And Loaa

":ai-:' : _:I! i t:. { ,,;:-:-.- it hostesses, Mrs._ Hank:':._Aldrt$ f Mrs_Bettl*Bo*and jter'son-Billy l .J *_ -* ,

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The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida 33438 Page Sevei"fr
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. .on U.S. Savings,

The Treasury explains why the new ones you buy and the ones .

you own now are better than ever

Q:-How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond.
A: With,Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the l
$25.00 fourteen months; faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H.Bonds wild 5
Your savings! increase faster, because your Bonds income. for Jiving expenses<< !., while E Bonds a
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many .retired
people>> old H Bonds and families saving for, say, achild's
With Series
H Bonds the
10-year maturity period I.
education.buy Bonds.
,. '$l'
. stays the same but more interest is paid you each
months.With both E and H Bonds the'new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series r'
works out to'23 4%for the first'year and half then H Bonds? : (.
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. At B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100
Q:When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost 150.00, $500
+ A: June, 1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), :
$10,000 (cost $7,500.00).
%Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought before
H Bonds: $500, $1,000, $5*000 and $10,000.. They
June 1, 1959 are priced at face value. .; wE i

A:All older E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra fe How'safe are U S. Savings Bonds? ......... .' .,, -
%% :from now on,when held'to maturity. The increase : '---
takes effect in the first full interest period At Savings Bonds are an absolutely riskless way te ;
after June 1. save: The United States Government guarantees
the''!ash value of your Bonds. will not drop, that it
Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new can only grow.fe .

AIr :: What if say Bonds should be lost, stolen or destroyed
You Bonds.don't need to do a thing-Just hold en to ? .,j

your As You can't 1 lose. Every Bond purchased is recorded .
Q When my E Bond. mature, will they keep on eMDe y ring the Treasury. If anything 'happens to you :
interest? Bends they are eplacedre L ".', :.. l

.. \ A:Yes.An automatic 10-year extension pd.Bege W8Rt ft:.Where can I buy Bonds .", f
into effect along with the new interest rate. 1111II .
means your B Bonds wfll automatteaHy keepIng <..... At Buy B. Bonus at any baj ak-H t+.las..ol5r a iiw -
interest after maturity.fe .SMU Buy_then antosaatioallytttfOMgh the J'ayreM I
,, Savings 3'whsse.you" .This)Kan mttaam y emhave'aay '
With the new interest nte&oaIdIamJa.., ... as ainMrtt yea .a.. 'N;

Bonds"i boy new osiesT isitaed wirey 'J't. yrroet' ', ,
,." r:' At No.. .The..automatic 1 4 % increase rnilnsaessary tt '..BAD. lalle' L' toYo ". t.. '..'urn. ....-.."H' .
.rbenkdelWp talcs lsr
1 r : -:-and in almost every case it is te ywrc MLv - ys. r .' "
.' tale Wrstain:your present.Bonds.Hbw At Hrs., .""rH' \-'. pesos porree .: :< ,',
'...' % am series diff nIM h_ ....... B .....1..U.&I. ( j Bauiis,- "

Bonds: ? M .roa;sibs.aeo.pr-msiry. for military .ireeg* .;,
The.chief sWerencfrfc thfac You bQ.. 'at tAlill.J.ftd: b7 vidnalt
.\'. JoU free ratoeapd. the. interest is.i...; ....i .. .=-3u y ae'm i. .

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t Nancy Harrington Local Schools To- Chamber Officers Annual Conference I er-Designate ltepresentativse of the E.Florida C. Rowll.Houseof

Retail FederationTAMPA President-Designate of the Florida
(uonunuea from Page 1I> I Senate James E. Conner, Assistant

, County 4-H Pres. cultural storage room, and a tram Are InstalledFormer : --State Cabinet mem- : State Comptroller Burrell Maw-
tuilding on the school farm. hinney State Treasurer J. Edwin
tnd businessmenfrom
bers, legislators
Miss Nancy Harrington was At the Pahokee Elementary I West Palm Beach Mayor throughout Florida gatheredin Larson and Rep. William G.
School the proposed $85,500 expen- featured O'Neill. Conner and Rowell Spokeat
Jack Faircloth was the for the Florida
elected president of the Palm Tampa recently
diture will involve a playcourt, annual dinner and a luncheon. O'Neill keynoted the
speaker at the Retail Federation.
Beach County 4H club in their
The storage space, an administrativesuite Installation of officers for the Pa- Present for the conclave were meeting, speaking on "The Sophisticated -
first meeting Friday evening.
the stairs, and "
meeting was held in the Mount hokee Chamber of Commerce on Secret ray of State Tom Adams, American.
Agriculture Building at West Palm relighting and rewiring. Tuesday night. Mr. Falrcloth urg- State Superintendent of Schools Brooks Shumaker of Gainesville
]list in the cur- I
Beach. On the priority ed parents to spend more time in Tom D. Bailey, Commissioner of was named president of the Federation -

Other officers elected were, rent School Board Budget school is a seeing that youngsters are properly Agriculture Doyle Conner, Speak I during the business session.
seven classroom elementary in future
prepared to on
Sharon Walters, vice president; estimated to cost $109,000 to relieve -: years. carry ____ ___ ___..__ _ __ ____ _on ___ __ ___ ____
Penny Pennington, Glades vice conditions at the Pahokee I
the ardent civic
speaker is an
president; Dorcne Kimberly, recording -
Elementary worker and has had many years
secretary; Harold Price, The proposed School Bond Issue Scout work. He
experience in Boy
and Cris JUDGE
coresponding secretary;
will provide funds for new buildings is now serving as president of the
Casale, treasurer.In
alternations and Improve- Gulf Stream Council of Boy
other business the club adopted -
buildings, and
ments to existing Scouts.
a new county constitution and Beach
sites throughout Palm his inimitable
Jimmy Vann, in
accepted a state constitution. Ap-
County. manner, served as master of cere-
pointed officers will be chosen at a the DOWNEYDESERVES
will vote on
Freeholders monies and introduced the many'
later meeting. I $26,750.OOO School Bond Issue on distinguished guests present for

Election Day, November 3. Those the annual occasion. Many county
freeholders who have not registered -
officials and would-be county officials -
i'MlA'"IIV I V1'iY II II I I I I may vote if they bring proof of were in attendance. YOUR

ownership with them to the polls. Williams S. Benton was installeda

PRINCE THEATRE . president succeeding R. F. Hurt.

VILLAGE Other new officers include: A. VOTE.because
PAIIOKEE, FLA. :Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hughes I Jack Spencer, vice president; and .

have moved to Prewitt Village of Charles E. Lewis, treasurer.
Mrs. Duncan Padgett was ag-
the U. S. Sugar Corporation whichis Of His
ain named exective secretary for Qualifications
.' SUNDAY, MONDAY TUESDAY located on Airport Road near
'. OCTOBER 25-26-27 Belle Glade. The Hughes family the group. and Experience
Four new directors named to
will one, of the new homes
"THE NIGHT OF serve three-year terms are: *
I erected by the company on the site Presently Judge.
Charles E. Lewis, William O. Moss,
THE IGUANA"STAJUUNCt of the recently. .built. village. I I I Marvin Crady and Bill Carroway. Practicing Trial Lawyer Over n

They succeed Magistrate Court 15 Years In Palm Beach And '
and Mrs. G. C.
Mr. Judge James L.. Tyson, Jr., Franl
RICHARD BURTON AND spent this past weekend in Ft. Hat- Bro\yard Counties.
Gillis. David Unwin and Ray
Myers where they visited Rev. and .
Mrs. J. H. Hires and Mrs. Sanders' ton.Loy Myers was named to fill Received Highest Rating Allowance -

1 -- I another and family, Mr. and :sirs. out the unexpired term of Mitchell For Legal ,Ability In Lead-

.2-'I! 1T- ,, : T J. Shirley. I Kirk, who resigned with two ing National Legal Directory.

years to serve.

Mrs. Rachel Scruggs is a patientat
( WSM Grand Ole Opry St. Marys hospital where she is Has No Judicial Experience...

undergoing tests and treatment. *
I-Ias Virtually No Legal Experience In
Florida Practiced Here 2V&
Having Only
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I POSITIVELY all want ads ui

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24th classifieds, as you wish to call CIRCUIT JUDGE
them, are payable in advance from
;{1 National Guard Armory his day forward. Don't phone 'em Democratic Nominee
Write I it and drop a dollar bill in
1 SHOWTIME 7:30: & 9:3O P. M. BELLE GLADE. FLA. Palm Beach and Broward CountyPaid
the envelope you want it run

I Advance Tickets $1.50 Children 75c once. $2 if you want it run twice ( Political Advertisement I)

!and: so on.
i I Purchase At Whites TV & Radio Belle Glade - --
Proceeds Donated The FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
To South Florida Christian School
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn
Belle Glade; Phone 6-3058.>
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don't need? A $1.00 classified ad

; :: , *_W. in this column will probably find
'1.1'1 *** Will co a you a sale. Just write your ad, en- THE

close a dollar and we'll do the rest.

The Everglades News, Canal Point:,

ANDREWS I Fla. SPACE a y t Ft 2

l' monthly Call 924-5681 or 924-
3331. Lucky Star Dude Ranch, N. PROGRAMhas
of Canal Point on U. S. 441.
; Oct. 9-tf-cK
poured millions into Florida's economy.HOLLAND.

Lt WHY> ? I will not be NOTICE responsible for any

I :iaf/l 1. . the secrecy 1n the "GIVE-AWAY" of our labor, services- or materials- furn-
ished to the 'Lucky: Star Dude
b .,, BEACHES? .Andrews uncovered the action and ,it Ranch Motel except upol 'my'''writ ..,. rs, **

WM CANCELLEDI! ten prior authorization.:'Gladys F. I
i Mott Kane,, Oct2-23ch: is a member. of this important committee.

WRY? .
4 SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND Not only, has the space program benefited the

l', 2. . Arm County TAX DOLLARS being used to build REPAIR Service in Clewiston area around Cape Kennedy?"but it will continueto

: i 1'i; road which benefit County Officials and Landholding South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee pour millions more info,Florida's economy.It .
t and Canal Point. Serving the
/ a :, ,. \,'. Corporations? This unethical action was
Glades for 20 Phone 924-
years. is important to all Floridians, Democrats and
1/ ry: "0" 110 editorially reported recently In a local newspaper. 5626. H. L. PIUs, old Belle Glade Republicans alike, that we preserve the senioritythat
road. St. Oct. 16-ch.tf
'jn".r: gives Holland a seat on the Aeronautical and
\, 'I< t : FOR HALE: An odd lot of doors Space Science Committee whose prime responsibility :! -

'..('-.' ik\\ I 3. . .Haven't you received ADDITIONAL benefit of windows. Excellent to repair is to serve all matters in the space field.

.' 'Y, the ADDITIONAL HALF MILLION DOLLARS annual quarters. Call at The Everglades Every resident of Florida shares in the benefits
' News office in Canal Point. The that have resulted. l
.. :, ;Q; I Increase to the County Commission from our biggest bargain you ever saw for

.t.')i lily : NATURAL GROWTH? $4.00. Florida needs Holland's continued influence on

'; i this committee . it is a valuable asset to every
LOOK AT THE RECORD . You can elect a man whose FOR SALE: One used' Frigidaire citizen of Florida and the nation.Paid .

........Jj'} PROVEN back-ground and ability QUALIFIES him to Electric range $l .OO. One gas
.. i! Political Advertisement Paid For By
heater $15.00. Phone 924-
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'I. ': ASSUME and FULFILL the obligations :; ': Herbert E. Wolfe. Treas.
,. 2391, Mrs. W. P. Pope. Canal
: f,.\\i ; of County will' J' -'::\; Point. 023pd

,. r sioner . a man who -."." FOR RENT: Two furnishd apart- CONTINUE FLORIDA'S PROGRESS . .
,, :, I DIGNITY and TRUST to "
\ ; bring ments. One with tub bath to ac- CONTINUE FLORIDA'S SENIOR SENATORSPESSARD
.i; all County affairs.. comodate three gentlemen. One
with shower for two. Each has hot
water. Good location. Reasonable
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'W price. Mrs. W. P. Pope Canal

: '. .,rt, TILL EVER J7A & Point Fla. 023pd.

FOR SALE: Maytag Gas family
r .. Political i Adwrttomnt Paid for by Campaign Truwrer size Stove, practically new orig-

j anally priced 9298, 9100 cash. Call
(. 924-760O. J. T. Platt.
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