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:
October 30, 1964
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Food And Fun Corn Selling Biff I Election Workers
i At $4.00 A CrateSweet

I corn is bringing a fancy Named For GladesGlades
For Canal Point Carnival I
; price this week when most all offerings -

have been bringing $4.00 Precinct workers to

1 per' crate. Corn is being sent to dIe the election next Tuesday
Just a little before sundown, sure an evening of fun for all, each northern and Florida markets
been announced by County
Saturday evening, October 31st of the grades will have concessionsthat : 1
from all sections of the Glades this missioner Paul Rardin as :
there is only one place where it is include such things as a dart week.
Precinct 36, Canal Point-
safe in Canal Point. There is safetyin throw, bean bag toss, pony rides, r.I . .
lah Clerk Edna
George, ;
numbers and everyone is plan- fishIng| cake walking and even \
Latham Maxson
Mary ,
ning to be at the spookiest, but the voting on your favorite political : Carnival Plans At Bonnie Miller.

most ,fun-filled of all PTA Hallo- figures.As .
Precinct 51 Pahokee
ween Carnivals in well-at least the evening proceeds if the
Pahokee -Vena Mae Schroder, Clerk;
sine October 31st of last year. popcorn, snowballs, candied apples, I II CompleteThe Davis Cletis .
en Hand. Betty
Prepare to get this gala even- brownies, candy, etc., sold on the
man, Edna Pickett, Eunice
ing underway by joining in the grounds does not fill the empty f I
Pahokee Halloween carnival
ers, Bernice Simonson and
cafeteria of the school which will in the midriff, which often
will be held on the parking lot of Kemp and Carrie Unwln.
open promptly at 5:30: p. m. All of occurs when people are having an
the football field Saturday, October Precinct :53 S Outside city
you grown up witches and gob- active evening of fun, then the
31 from 6 to 9:30: p. m. accordingto of Pahokee-Blanche
lins tighten your belts about 4 same cafeteria which served I
word received from Mrs. Ray clerk Evelyn Roberts, Rhoda
.A. ;
o'clock help dress all the Juniors dinner will be open to fill the gap. I
Hawk. and J. F. Waddell.
for the occasion crawl into the old Also to provide for future needs of' ROSS HARRINGTON I
All grades have completed their Precinct 97, Belle Glade
four wheel broomstick and come aflyin' all, a country store will be erectedon I
plans and will be as follows, 1st limits C.V.. McDonald, ;
to the school for an evening the spot to sell everythingfrom
you grade, fish pond; 2nd, fire truck; Evelyn Allen, :Martha Allison,
meal of the most delicious ham- A to Z, so look about and Ross HarringtonState
3rd bnllons popcorn balls and tricia Berryhlll, Ellen
burgers, hot dogs, chili, pies, cakes acquire ,those bargains.For .
darts; 4th, surrey rides, ring toss!: Lucille Causey, Haney
and other pasteries any ghost has those who are a little weakof
and presidential election booth; Bertha Markham
Corn WinnerThe a LiCffingwell,
ever smacked his lips on. heart and need to have a momEnts -
5th, country !store; Mrs. Mead's6th Marie Schoenfeld.
After you loosen your belt about relief,from the crowd, a nice
grade, hayride and weight Precinct 99. Lake Shore
3 notches from all of those ham- moonlight hayride might turn the
Florida State 4-H Club Of- guessing by Mayor Duncan Pad- School Wlllard Taylor, ;
and to think of
burgers, begin tide as you whisper sweet words
fice announced Thursday, October gett; Mrs. DuBose 6th grade, covered Sylvia Allen Ernestine
that 30 miutes rest after eating into :Mamma's ear or betterl) yet
22nd that Ross Harrington, Canal wagon; 7th, coffee, pie and Rosa Lee Thompson and
there is no better entertainment maybe a 5 minute rest while Junioris
anywhere than will be found in the frolicing the hay. Point, has been named winner of cake; 8th candy and soft drinks; Wilson. 1'a

school auditorium. Here witches, Whatever the case may be the State 4-H Efficient Corn Production 9th sandwich booth; 10th cake Precinct 109, South Bay -
Contest.' Ross was_named walk; llth chili stand; 12th'.wheelof '' berta Roadman, clerk; Imogene
goblins name .(it, experiencing ; "
_. ; .,,: andjyou some "a", hard day '
winner hls1'1 corn fortune.
time (preschoolers based on field Barnes Martha F. Barnes,
for the first at the 'office in the field or at .
a. Charcoaled hamburgers' will be Critchfield and Gertrude B.
project from which he received
) this role of making likea home, and a frown is all you can
bushels sold the PTA the Rotary club its.
of 146.9 by
ghostus up to veterans of the muster Come One-Come All to yield per acre.
trade (through the 6th grade) will the Canal Point Halloween Carni- Ross will receive a silver tray will have hotdogs, ,cold drinks and Precinct 114, outside city
trophy awarded by the Florida coffee. The Phi Gamma Nu soror- of Belle Glade Tera Dell ;
entertain of parade.
by way a nival and you will undoubtedly return I
This fun-filled halfhour will be home with a smile. Times Union, Jacksonville Flor- ity will furnish car rides and cot- Madeline Corbin, Mattie

as a contest for preschoolers and . ida, Saturday, October 31st, at the I ton candy and the Student Councilthe Ruth Kirchman, Marjorie Le

each of the six: grades, with prizesof North Florida Fair at Tallahassee I popcorn stand. and Betty Lutz.

Kennedy half-dollars awardedin Floyd Erickson Is where the State Corn Show is held. Precinct 116, Lake Harbor

each category for those with Young Harrington planted, Funk Stuart Comes; Here Winnie Plank, clerk; Julia

attire judged to ,be the most orig- G-745 Hybrid corn: Last year in phill, Maude Layfield, Jennie
Farm Bureau Pres.Floyd
inal, the most appropriate for the this same competition Ross placed ertson and Eileen Merriam.

occasion the funniest and the second. For Game TonightWith Several last minute changes
prettiest. Ross is the son of Mr. and Mrs. necessarily have to be made in
Erickson of Canal Pointis
A.t about 7 o'clock, after the A. R. Harrington of Canal Point, above list due to illness and

food has begun to settle and a Jov- the new president of the 'Ever and is in the eighth grade at Pa- an open date last week the reasons.

glades Farm Bureau and Dr. How- hokee Junior High School. school -
ial mood has gripped everyone, the . Blue Devils of Pahokee high
program will'switch to the groundsin ard Hill of Belle Glade is the vice have been undergoing some tough Agnes McClelland

front of the school, where child- president. Lewis Buckner of Paho Rose Culture Was practice sessions during the past
Honored For ServiceMrs.
ren and adults alike can both en- couple of weeks since their last
kee is the new treasurer and Fran-
tertain and be entertained. To in- defeat by Riviera Beach by a score

"" cis Cross., Jr., of Belle Glade is Garden Club TopicMembers of 7 to 0.Martin. Agnes McClelland of

secretary. County high school from Point, who has been an

Heart Programs Serving with these officers on Stuart will provide the opposition of the Agriculture

Set For Glades the board of directors are Walter of the Pahokee Garden tonight on Lair Field in Pahokee and Conservation Commission

Kautz. A. R. Harrington and .W. Club enjoyed a program on their| when the local aggregation goes ten years ,was honored lost,

iC', ;'. cardiac H Webb, Jr..-of. Canal :Ppint; ,J. experience with roses as,"a followup into battle looking for,,wits" first when presented a certificate
*,,; !&. A care course has been -
.. K.Baker, Louie Kirchman and C. .on last year's program on the ; win in six: starts; The locals are pin;marking" her years of 'f

.,j. ..,...... ..;. called ":Winning Hearts for' Heal- D. McClure ,of Belle'''Glade; Car- culture of roses at which time the hopeful that they; will have a : service" aa'secretary

th" presented by' the Heart Association men Salvatore and J. Hilton Jonesof members planted rose bushes ,in change of luck during tonight's I Mrs. McClelland also works

of Palm Beach County on Pahoke and Robert Stokes prepared rose beds at their homey.! battle. the county agricultural

Nov. 12th at 7:30 p. m. at the Civic South Bay.Local Mrs. R. J. Simonson related her . ment in the Glades Office

Center in Belle Glade. . experiences ,in the cultivation of Mayor Asks Help Recently she was recognized

This is a free educational pro- Young. Men roses. Mrs. Ruth Meredith spokeon the county for her tenure of

gram on home care and rehabilitation the dividing of Amaryllis bulbs. ,Beautify The Dike and received official recognition

of, the stroke and cardiac pa- Sail For SpainSTEEL The group planned to meet at r the hands of Associate

tient. It Is sponsored by the Hos- the home of Mrs. Lloyd Hundley Mayor Duncan Padgeet was Agent John Causey.:

pital Auxiliary of the Glades Gen- "PIKE! (FHTNC-Ma- Nov. 5 to work on Christmas arrangements guest speaker at the October SMember-

eral Hospital.A rine Lance Corporal David J. Foun- which will be shownat meeting of the Sodbusters club and Rardin Of

new concept of home nursingcare tain, son of Mr .and.Mrs. M. J. the November 17 meeting at the asked their help In beautifying the!

of the cardiac,and storke pa- Fountain of 417 West Main St., Everglades Federal Building be- entrance to the dike. The suggestion Pahokee Rotary 30 .

tient will be presented Nov. 19th at Pahokee and Marine Corporal ginning at 10 a. m. This meetingwill has been taken for considera ,.

7:30: by Miss Julia Hampton, James R. McElhenny, son of ,Mr. be open to the public. I tion.The Last Thursday at Pahokee

Glades Area Public Health Nurse and Mrs. George C. McElhenny, Sr. Orders are now being taken by group met at the home of I tary club marked 30 years

Supervisor at the Civic Center. of 540 Bacom Point road, of Paho members for Claxton Fruit Cake Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Jr., and welcomed membership for Everglades

.. . kee have sailed from the east coastof with proceeds going to the new J as a new member Mrs. Roy Publisher Paul Rardin who
Cane Grinding On the United States to take part hospital lanfcapinpr project. Mrs. Miners. The November meeting the club In '1934. At last

in Operation STEEL, PIKE in D. M. Hillier, president, will take will be held at the home of Mr meeting Rardin, who' is a
Upswingn'Glades I Spain. The combat training exer- orders for these cakes in the event I I Edgar Wilder at which time they president of the club; was

I!I cises will be the largest amphibious! other members are not able to I will work on their Christmas pro- charge of induction ceremonies'

Grinding sugar cane and .making operaton! conducted in the Atlan- be reached. Her phone number Is ject. which Karl Mindlin, Pahokee

raw sugar has become the order tic' since World War II. 9247358.: I I . chant, became a new member.

of the day in the Glades with . . Michael Cowart, son of"Mr. and the club.

the fall crop harvesting underway. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hm'th sp.n'I : I Mr*. Marvin Cowart was recently . .

Clewiston mill, started last week ](. J. Sapp has returned to his this past weekend in TJfton, Gift .. promoted from 'the rank of'chief Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sears

and the Bryant mill started this home from a three v/celi stay I in the guests. of Me: mother! Mrs petty officer to lieutenant in the returned to their home in

week. Osceola will start next Mon the local hospital following a Lula Smith. ViJJtherr! tliev: c3-''- C<*dri Corps at Adminal Farragut Point from West Point. :

day and Glades Sugar House Is heart attack. Mr. Sapp will be confined I t;.-nted tr'- l-'rfhv..f' him! mother.. /cnfrr.v; St. Petersburg. He has where they were the guests

scheduled to start at the same to his bed for the next j I with a birthday dinner at the homeof also: beta made commanding officer their son and daughter-in-law

time. three weeks. Mr .and Mrs. Sidney Smith. 'of the Junior 8chool.1oJoI..c. : and Mm. H. H. Sear and

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Friday October 30 1964
Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438
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Week Of Prayer For


week of prayer and selfdenialwas GET THE FACTS
observed by members of the

Canal Society Point of Christian Methodist Service Woman's this NOW So You Can

week with two special quiet-time .
} h
1 periods for prayer and meditationIn

'I!!] day the at 9:30 church: to 11:00 sanctuary: a .m on and Tues-8:00p. : VOTE: "YES"FOR

m. Mrs. Elmer Maxson and Mrs.,
Boyd Vorhees were in charge of
arrangements. PASSAGE OF

The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE ... -
Training Union In
Halloween Party
Friday night members of the
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Junior Training Union of the Pa- I NOV. 3rd! Bond Committee
,Intert-uption Every Week for 40 Years hokee First Baptist Church met at I '
Established March II, 1924 Published Every Friday the City Park for a wiener roast -- -
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe and hay ride. Costumes were worn David Jones of the U. S. Experi- Mrs. Alex M. Johnson has returned -
and prizes were awarded to the ment station in Gainesville, was from a visit with her son
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn most unusual, and Jimmy
Kathy the recent of his and dauhter-ln-law Lt. and Mrs.
overnight guest I
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter
Wilkinson the Wanda
; prettiest Antonio
mother, Mrs. C. B. Jones in Canal Nealy Johnson, in San
Kay Stapleton; ;and ugliest Larry
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Point. Texas.
Moss. The party was under the di-
rection of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moss,",
Mrs. Frank Tillis and Mrs. Calvin

\ < Church Choir Holds ty'' .

..." 'Annual

J1 I James H. "Jim"MAYNOR
Leaves" was the them

of the annual banquet for the Pa- :.
hokee First Baptist Church Choir
this year when they met Saturday

night, October 24, at the Sierra Inn
in Okeechobe. Mrs. Guthrie Col-
vard led group singing and directed -

a quiz-on "Music Titles".
An operetta based on "Othello"by puREPRESENT A JIVE
William Shakespear was presented -
by Ron TerHarr, Mrs. Lee
Wroten, James Batchelor, Jr., and
Mrs. Frank Tillis accompanied by JIM MAYNOR WILL FIGHT FOR
Mrs. Guthrie Colvard and narratedby

Rev. Guthrie Colvard
;:: impressive installation of of-
In Florida. Equalization of the tax burden. Reapportlonment.
. ficers. Those installed were, James
Severance tax. Mental Health Centers.
Batchelor Jr.. president; Mrs.
Frank Tillis, Secretary; Mrs. Leo Revision of the Constitution. Conservation and Recreation Areas
at a picnic beer is a natural Wroten, social chairman; Kell Education. Roads Senior CitizensPd.
Hood James Batchelor, Sr., Mrs. .
I for by P. B. County Demo Exec. Comm. & Demo. Exec. Comm. of Fla.
Ron TerHarr and Mrs. Bill Shirley,
When you're relaxing at your favorite outdoor beauty spot with section leaders: .
friends or family,and your thirst's whetted by fresh air and exer The banquet was brought to a
cisc-that's the ideal tune for a cool, refreshing glass of beer. In close with a solo by Mrs. Bill Shir-
fact, you can name your recreation-swimming, hiking or just ley who sang "The Golden Key."
watching TV-and chances arc nothing in the world fits it quite Mrs. Wiley// Tillis, Mrs. Frank
as well as beer. Thompson, Mrs. Ron TerHarr,
Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that Mrs. E. B. Gamble and Mrs. Claude
we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy ments.Shirley were in charge of arrange-

!>cer :and ale, if we so!! desire!' is! just one but on important one. of ... -
those personal freedoms.
CallingShower .,
In with fun with relaxationUNITED PlII4IIO L HOLLAND OfOIOt AlMA IM.II ..-
gees For Miss ElliottThe IOIIIT 1 c fill| CMAIlfS I SINNIn

t.0.BOX 273 WINTER: PARK. H.ORIUA home of Mrs. Martha Mc-
Intosh 1631 Bacom Point Road,
was the scene of a calling shower
Wednesday night, October 28,
from 8 to 10 p. m. in honor of Miss
Naomi Elliott, bride elect of Pfc.
Gary C. Sanders.
The table was laid with an ecru
lace cloth and featured crystal
A ..0IT MIltONO 11AM11 A MAlt ,
punch bowl surrounded with fern D ATtMIW$ &ANf 'AICILL
and yellow double hybiscus. Hostesses '"
with Mrs. McIntosh, were
Mrs. Olla Vene Weeks, 'Mrs. Pat
Johns, Mrs. Betty Jean Connell
Mrs.Sara Phillips Miss, Joan Mc- "'-
Klnstry. Miss Julia Mathis, and a. r.
Mrs. Wynette Wilson who presented .
the honoree with an electric
\ portable mixer. .'
\ 4\\ seeks your The executive board of the Canal Florida's ClAUDIself
Point WSCS met at the home of Congressional
views thru their president Mrs. Donald B. I
A Kepp Saturday afternoon, October Delegation Unanimously Endorses
his annual 24 for their October meeting.

;r questionnaire. President LYNDON B. JOHNSONThe
"1111'-11J"DL'UtI''U! ''V..lI''UII''V''UII' VJI.l.. members of
Democratic Congressional Dele- "
gation from Florida are proud of the
PRINCE THEATRE outstanding _
performance Lyndon B. Johnson as President

'., PAUL ROGERS pays prompt PAHOKEE FLA. of the United States. They commend him to
you as a stable, efficient administrator
and as ,,'
:: personal attention to your SUNDAY, MONDAY TUESDAY a proven friend with an understanding of the
NOVEMBER 1-2-3 programs which vitally affect Florida's
letters and requests.
"KISSES FOR MY F/or/tfa/ / Needs grgsjdent Johnson


j PAUL G. ROGERS I FRED POLLY MacMURRAY. BERGEN, AND Vote Demooratfefldvemtfer 3rd

VOTE DEMOCRATIC NOVEMBER 3rd The stokes are foo high for you to .ftfv hom

A PAID POLITICAL;: AOYII"TISIIMIINT .T .. "alct p.litlcal.ct..I....... pfd 'M "p th.
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4TH DISTRICT DEMOCRATIC CONCJ".SSION" CAMPAIGN FUND :" IV.I : :.UII\J.ill :'<.IU11jJJ.lil-llil'vl! CampaiynPage '' r.nd. FI..i",. .I", Chol..a"Lr"doft. .loh".on


Friday- October 30, 1964 .nM wet iadea, News,Canal Point Florida 33438 Page Three,
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I Mr.a i Mrs. Russell lo-Maxson had Mrs. Frank O'Connell entered Mr.and, Mrs. Buddy HeweU of-
HOW LONG-OH, HOW LONG! as recent guests, Mrs. Mattie Good Samaritan Hospital in West Atlanta, Ga., spent several dayd ..
Tempelton and Mrs. Mae Couch of Palm Beach Tuesday She is ex- this week as the guests of his .
There's GOT To Be A Change In Starkvllle, Miss., and Mrs. Lela pected to be a patient there for father Jack He we 11 and Mrs. Hew- !
Smith of Ft. Worth, Tex. several days.
The Registrar's The rdcently headlined ell and her mother Mrs. John
chaos, confusion and ineffi- Holland and Mr. Holland.
Offiee.! dency In the Registrar's '_.

REGISTER I And that office''A"Proves TOP ADMINISTRATORS conclusively- Return EMMET S. ROBERTS ",
MUST GO!.The people
VOTE EASILY I and officials of the county
DESERVE the businesslike Your Dedicated SAVINCS&HOME t :
With BEASLEY administration Beasley. of' Horace EXPERIENCED

I Qualified Candidate
Lever 1 5 A I '

e Emmett Roberts pledges to the
y People of Palm Beach County con-
tinued dependable, responsible service OWNERS
at all times, representing you
SUPERVISOR OF with dignity and integrity.

A Business Man Pull Lever SA
Democrat For A Business Man's Job [ SHIPGO
Pd. for by P. B. County j t
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for Wy f B City Dm laM C mm A D. laM Cmm*f H O..r&ch Exec C.m-n .f F.a
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. We can help you

in both. We pay you

ALIVE IN big dividends on sav-

ings until you have


for a down

,' payment. Then we'll
Florida's Success is No Accident S < S lend you the rest
Story i SS.. ; needed for your

8th largest state in the nation Industry is at an all home at low interest

time high 45 State Parks now in operation Space t rates and easy
and Moon-Shot Program Center An accelerated program -
for education Highest standard of living in : 'I -u t.. monthly payments.

Tourism with 15 million visitors .
history booming annually '
-Inland waterways and harbors improved by 5 i:i r": I
I million dollars Veterans hospitals increased by 47 '

million dollars in '64 Agri-business has a consumer -. .". ",,"" :.'," S WITH US
value in excess of three billion dollars-Record building ., r .

program for highways, expressways, and Interstate ;.
highways \

Let Your Money
:FLORIDA'S 1964 FEDERAL TAXES WERE $1,570,000,000
I Earn

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Florida's development as the.fastest growing: large state requires a partner- S ) 0PAYABLE

ship with the Government-:-through nv roads, schools, public expendituresto ,.'
keep pace with the needs and dem ends of the kind of growth never be- :
fore experienced'by any State S :SEMI ANNUALY;

There are men and: women behind the Florida Story who played an important : -("
role in its success. They provided: r leadership to get the job done: ..&:f.. 4 I

These leaders have been traditionally elected by the people from the ranks :...-i i/.t,$ "- it: -
of the Democratic candidates. ;

Go to the polls Tuesday and vote for Lyndon: B. Johnson for President t S '
Spessard L Holland for United States Senator Haydon Burns for GovernJ S FEDERAL,
Way. "

let as continue to 6a//cf a letter f O/t/PA LOAN



ALL THE WAY ON NOVEMBER 3 .', '" Accounts Insured: By

).,1' Federal Savings And Loan
STATE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF FLORIDA Warren M. Goodrich. Chairman; Ann M. Insurance Corp.
Cramer, Vice,Chairman;,Frank L. Porter Secretary I- _ 0"

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Friday, October 30, 1964
Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown, hadas
APPRECIATIONWe OOLVAJU IS -8E First Baptist Church In Belle
Wedding: Plans Are I 1 Rev. Guthrie Colvard. D-----I'Glade for the first session and Vic weekend guests their daughter
Told By Miss Elliott would this Miss Joyce Brown of Tallahasseeand
like to take! op- ers, Kell Hood and Ralph tory Church in West Palm Beach
-' portunity thank for their son-in-law and daughter.
tp eyeryon attended the annual of the second session.
Miss Naomi Elliott, 297 E. 4th the kindness and love they have Palm Lake Association meeting, Thursday, I y- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Perry of Gaines-
St. has announced her wedding
shown us during our recent'' be- October 22, at the First Baptist Earl Scroggins has ,returned to ville. -
plans. The wedding will be
reavement. There are no words to Church in Lantana. Rev. Colvardhas I his home from Everglades Memorial -
the home of the groom, Gary C. Mrs.. Guy Thompson has returned -
been a
fully express'our feeling of. grati- been selected to deliver the Hospital where he has
Sanders, 387 Banyan Ave. Wdnes- to her home In Canal Point from
tude. doctrinal sermon at next year's to return to her home following
day, Nov. 4, at 6 p. m. Rev. Jona- I Meridian, Miss.
than Wolfe, pastor of the Glades The Shackford family I I I meeting which will be held at the patient. r
Baptist Church will officiate.- Miss --- - ------ --- ---
Elliott has chosen as her maid of
honor, Miss Joan McKinstry. Schools. ELECT man who WILL ,;"
. For Better . a

Shelly Padgett 1. Teach high moral, spiritual and ethical values

Has Birthday PartyMrs. /N AyA
2. Get FULL accreditation for all schools
Glenda Padgett entertained i

with a birthday party honoringher ..., f 3. Get dollar's worth of education for every tax dollar spent
daughter Shelly Denise on her \
third birthday, Saturday at 10 a. "
m. A pink and white color scheme .ft', < ':r r: 4. Up-date curriculum, stress the three R'., curb drop outs
carried out the "Ballerina" theme.
The twelve children attending ,. .-r- 5. Remove the "cobwebs" of administrative Inefficiencies
enjoyed playing at Glades Park :
and received party favors. Mrs. .
Padgett was assisted by her sister. & 6. Give equal educational opportunities to all students .
Miss Gale Sears. Among those at-
tending were- Mrs. Pope Sears, Outstanding; Business and Education Background .
Shelly's maternal grandmotherand
Mrs. Claude Padgett, her pa- .

ternal grandmother.- LLOYD PULL LEVER 14BHH'

Mrs. Zimmerman Is

Guest Of Honor

Mrs. John E. Zimmerman was
entertained with a coffee and
farewell part at the home of Mrs.
Russell Maxson recently. Mrs. !
J13L3 .
Zimmerman was secretary of
elementary school during 190263.
The, honoree was presented with a ,
miniature silver schoolhouse for
her ,charm bracelet. Mrs. W. M.
DuBose served as co-hostess with
Mrs. Maxson. ,

Mrs. .Charles-Brown-- was able .
Republican SUPT. SCHOOLS
several Hospital.days In Everglades Memorial s: .

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By having been employed, by the ,Palm Beach To give you, the taxpayer, a sound fiscal opera-

I County school system since 1939 tion by prudent planning for future expansion

Served as Educator & Administrator! in Elemen- To endeavor at all times to keep you
. my employ-
Junior & Senior schoolsServing
tary High High
i inforrned.on,,,
. er, ; . allphases.of.your school system
.. 10th year as'principal J eacrestHi School ':i ,,-. ' ., .
To provide vocational facilities .4'i
i t! For the past 10 years Seacrest High has been' ac ., throughout entire -

: credited by the Southern Assoc. of Secondary county-a natural deterent to discourage

'to 1' I Schools and Colleges and the State Dept. of dropouts

k Education To bring dignity and responsibility to this high

f Entered U. S. Army as private 1942-Served in office

j; : World War II and Korea. Presently hold rank of

' ; Lt. Co1. USAR To work diligently to implement and improve

; Military service connected with engineering, '* the present system by taking advantage of modern -

h. construction, and finance methods and techniques


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Friday October 30, 1964
The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida 33438 Page Five
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Wilkinsons Feted honor of their 25th wedding anniversary ;eWU n pourd from a I GARDEN* CLUB MEETING Ruby Txtcker, president presided.
25th Anniversary by their children. Beverly. silver service assisted by her I Thursday afternoon. October 23 Hostesses were Mrs. Ethel Hebert
Kathy and Jimmy and assisted by sister. Miss Kath Wilkinson. the Canal Point Garden Club met and Mrs.: Beauna Rogers.
their .. .... ... _
aunt Mrs. Ray Hawk.A at the Community Building at th -a
and Mrs. James H. Wilkinson
floral arrangement of pink Mrs. Lester Hand and :Mr .and Glades Park. Mrs. Kathryn Powell Myers Fountain and Walter
Jr., were entertained with
a carnations and silver fern was Mrs. George Crews have returnedto presented a chapter in a: book o* Fountain accompanied by their
L coffee Sunday night. October 25 at centered on the table which was their homes following several botnn" on th? foot rystm of I brother; Verner Fountain of Miami
home, ID 19 Hast Main St. tn
their i i laid with an ecru linen cloth. Miss days visit in New Orl ans. I plants. In the business session Mrs. h'l.l'retut'ed: from Pius Ga.

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74,000 CHILDREN !

For The Price: of Only 2Cups

1O CUP OF '*

COFFEE of Coffee Monthly


You Will- '

..1WHAT ..

: 20 PER MONTH 2> Provide proper Education for the 74,000 schoolchildren

WILL BUY IN expected in 1970 in Palm. Beach County-

FUTURE EDUCATION. =2? Provide FOIL SHARE of Education to 4,000 newause

of litigation and controversy, the 20 mills students EACH YEAR-
mmended by the Board of Public Instruction to provide ,_.
Idings, classrooms and facilities were not levied. The
nt millage is only enough for immediate needs of our 2'Eliminate NEED FOR DOUBLE SESSIONS and
ols. The capital improvements! made'possible by this
,750,000 bond issue will help meet the recommenda- OVERCROWDING. NEXT YEARS -
1 of the State Department of Education Survey Team,
I principals and the new accreditation standards. '.-.. '.. .
the money received from the bond issue.will help meet Provide 509 new classrooms, the estimated
ever-increasing school population -72% since 1957- minimum needed with populationof
Ih a shortage of classrooms and other facilities TODAY, by.___ county >
In greater shortage next year. There are 148 portable 400,000- .
srooms in use today, with ,O children. ,.in substan- ( over.
td classrooms... _
oney from the bond issue will' finance: 18 new Plan for the 8 % annual school population increaseentary
schools; 2 {junior high; 1 senior high; 1 jr-sr
b;357 new school classrooms; 152 classrooms added to . 72jncrease: since 1957
|Ling schools; 10 new science labs, 26 science labs
'ed to existing schools; 38 new school and 29 old school
emaking, industrial arts and libraries; 26 music 2' Provide 22 NEW SCHOOLS and 75 additions and
54gymnaslums25cafetoriums. alterations.. to EXISTINO SCHOOLS :

*'WHY IT WILL COST' YOU ONLY c Help attract business and industry with sufficient

.-29 PER MONTH good schools . and educate properly the children of
. [some homeowners It is more,for some it is less, but for
..wnerofa$12OOOhomea..sedat60"-$ those who come.. here- ,
a homestead exemption $5,000, there Is $2200 -
able valuation. An average cost of 1.09 mills for the .
issue'($ overp..,'$1OOO) brings the average annualto All Bond Money to be used only for new schools,
$2.40 the 20-year period. 24 CUPS OF 10'I -
[children TEil I IIsn'tit. little enough to assure a good education to additions and alterations I of existing' facilities I

equipment and sites.Freeholders.


>V. 3 General Election




If 'are a previously registered freeholder,
"Id not re-register by Oct. 3, you mayor

V f wing f :this bond issue by any of the FOR

( present at the polls I a current real
p rty tax receipt.

((p Sign how rty. a deed verifying ownership of i I I I

fr I an affidavit that you are a
polder and show legal description of ,
p rty, its location or address. , ,,, Sec >*
John J McDonald Adolph.on.

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Page Six Tfce Everglades New,Canal Point?,Florkla 33438 Friday.

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,.. .. ".r ,- r. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bush of Ft. Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph Mock of

There Is' &{> SUBSTITUTE FOR Myers were the guests of his West Palm Beach wore Sunday
,aunt Mr.
mother, Mrs. Arthur Bush this guests of his uncle and ,
weekend. and Mrs. J. C. Mock.




Mr. and Mrs. Jessie F. Williams

of Belle Glade, announce the birth ,
of a son, David Wayne born Oct.

19. i I

JUDGE RUSSELL Mr.and Mrs. George. Hartle.. Jr., I
of Pahokee announce' the birth of 11! I
a daughter, Paula' Marie, born Oct. ..-

:P 21. 1 I ml

McINTOSHJudge Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Massengillof

Pahokee announce the birth of, ASSISTANCE

a son, Kenneth Glenn, born Oct. 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Cesar Juan Menen-
dez of Pahokee announce the birth FOR OUR SENIOR CITIZENHOLLAND S %

: of the Criminal Court 22.of a son, Clear Juan, Jr., born Oct.'

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dean Edwards
of Belle Glade, announce the

: JUSTICE TEMPERED WITH MERCY birth of a daughter Sherri Ly-

nette, born Oct. 23.
Pull Lever 38APd. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Fletcher strongly supported medical assistance to Florida's

I of Clewiston announce the birth senior citizens through the KERR-MILLS BILL,

for by P. B. County. Demo. Exec, Comnv & Demo- Exec. Comm. of Fla. of a daughter Debro Kay born which, covers both hospital and doctor bills. It

i,I.. Oct. 26.QUIET. protects, those who have the need and is financedby

- . .. our states with Federal support.

r'James M. Vandegrift is a pa- I Mr and Mrs. Bob' Hasty and I DAY OBSERVEDA
Medicare, the other proposal, offers only limited
tient at Everglades Memorial Hos- children were the weekend guests : special quiet day was observed -
financed increase in Social
hospitalization by an
pital.! of his parents in' Sanford. : by members of the Pahokeft ,
I It all senipr citizens; richor
,L First Methodist Church WSCS Security taxes. .covers
,- -- .- -- I Wednesday from 8:00: a. m. to 6:00p. poor, but' it does not cover doctor billsFlorida's .
m. as part of the WSCS observ-
,I entire delegation in Congress voted for

WHY YOU SHOULD RE-ELECT denial.ance of Mrs.a week Robert of prayer Hatton and self-In the Kerr-Mills approach. Our state legislature approved -
I charge of arrangements. I it for a two-year trial period-., as did 36

STETSON O. states and territories.
Paid Political Advertisement Paid For By
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatton' Herbert E. Wolfe Treas.
xy: 'fi'"h a have returned from a trip over the

attended both the Florida State
University homecoming and the OUR SENIOR CITIZENS . RE-ELECT

COUNTYTa'x University of Florida homecoming. R

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:Mrs. Ernest Maxwell is attend-

Collector ing a fashion show in Atlanta, Ga., "
this week and then plans to visit 1

her parents in Savannah, Ga., be-
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*B He has been a moat conscientious and hard working: County Official. 1J

gfc His employees' have,always. rendered most courteous and efficient Tsified1dPOSITIVELY s

service., I
flfc The office of County Tax Collector handled over 30 mljlon dollars the
post 12'mon lohe,.. all want ads 01 J

A There la substitute. for experience., You the taxpayers, need a man of classifieds, as you wish to call
: experience In that tlce.H *' s j0t them are payable in advance from t

Prior to his first seeking election Mr. Sproul bad 14 years of bankin4an his day forward. Don't phone 'em. tt
ICS course In accounting, and also had 8 years of,tax experience. ,Write it and drop a dollar bill in

Aft Mr. Sprbul,'has, I.ys operated' your'Tax,' Collector's office as econom-i the envelope if you want it run I;
Ically as possible. Last year ha turned back: to*the County In excess fee once. $2 if you want It run twice
almost $300.000. .
and soon.F'OR >tZ sex i t$ t!:
gft There Is definitely no need for a change.

ft Every Voter should carefully check the.,qualifications and background SALE: New and Used Willys

of each candidate:. . Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
I A Your support to re-elect Stetson O. Sproul your. . County Tax Collectorwill : in Belle Glade, Phone 6.3058.:
be gratefully appreciated. Oct. 17MchVIIAT"S

Paid for by P. B. County Democratic Committee and Democrats Executives \ Forrlt BryantOovernor Speitard I. Holland George A.Smother Hayden Burn
Committee of FlaV Warren Ooodtlclt,, Chrmn, ands:: Ann Cramer: Vice.Chrmn. that youdon't Stato of Florida, US.Senator' US.- Senator- Gov.rn. ..No.ln. _
need? A $1.00 classified ad

.:.. . .-.. in this, column will probably' find
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REELECTEDWARD a dollar and we'll do the rest.

The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Official
BAN LOW. Fla. '

.,.. i RtiPUB!: ,IC4NC .. ", ROOMSFOR RENT Weekly or Supports i
monthly Call 024-5681 or'924-
MrdY' C nftmls Oil r; '3331.' Lucky Star Dude Ranch N. President'Lyidon a' ;;

DISTRICT :S of Canal Point on U. S.. 441. ...

Lets Look At The Record-The True Facts Oct. 9-tf-cli' B. Johnson Ts :orys James Attorney W. Kynes

of Stat.
His ONLY interests et YOUR ins Ha many business interest and has REPAIR Service in Clewiston,
ttcrest He is a full Cornat LEAST two confllcitlng Interest
missioner *. .' South Bay Belle Glade Pahokee
Be.lev*' being in cbarfte' of MM' StflWM' that tato Is only a nollevmaklng and Canal Point. Serving the
2S department* and job
ptuttiBM -
a.f-l2"a'proythtths spending of over attention.(and.YOU the taxpayer Glades for 20 years. Phone 924-
per year ot1he t time: pay 993QO per year Cor your 5626. H.. L. Pitts old Belle Glade
responsibility.. to taxpay County Commissioner'* Is
er. tHis part-time Job?) road. St. Oct.
A successful general contractor beA ervtce station operator1--used car I
fore he. became your Commissioner dealer'"- tire'distributor experienced FOR SALE: An odd lot of doors
with 4 year* ofyears College
ground and 4' experienceDick" as in Civic activities (your windows. Excellent to repair
County Commissioner.Ha ., County is NOT a Social Club).
Itoy i.Green
quarters. Call at The Everglades J. Edwin Larson
kept EACH AND EVEY campaign Themes O. /ail.y ConnorCommissioner
promise made 4 year .;110. Ran but never elected to public News, office in Canal Point. The StateComptroller State Superintendentof K'*
Elected: Commission' Chairman bv office. Treasurer
both Republican and Democrat biggest bargain you ever saw for Public Instruction of Agriculture

colleague .;, ,'C. _-
Has built roads by traffic count to
serve the greatest number of
people. FOR SALE: Maytag Gas family Every Florida official, elected statewide,
Reanonsible for national firm of size Stove practically new orig- the re-election of President'Johnson urges
Llbbv. MacNeill Ss Libby coming
to YOUR County. anally priced $208 $100 cash. Call Effective cooperation between State and Na
Led the fight to make,sure money 924-7600, J. T. Platt. tional officials reflects In many experiences of
spent on new Airport Terminal is Campaigns on a platform that Band- economics and progress. Favorable Federal
with -
spent local firms.
Responsible for expanding: Countv low nas not been oroRresslvc. FOR RENT: Two furnishd apart- have been responsible for Florida's reten-
Hospital facilities. LOOK AT THE RECORD BEFORE tion of our great military installations
ments. One with tub bath to ac- continuing
Instrumental in Countv purchasing YOU VOTE development of
dredge that is now dvelopln"vo'r comodate three gentlemen. One space programs Interstate High-
ways protection of citrus and
recreational farlllttea. with shower for two. Each has hot industries. ''
Florida has
Worked for full time Planning: De-, benefited. in construction Earl Foircloth
nwrtment' that III now p'--'* water. Good location. Reasonable for schools, universities, hospitals programs Attorney
Poi with.r| D municipalities t't. and State price. Mrs. W. P. Pope, Canal vital, project a, the Cross State Barge and such Canal.other General-Elect

Led tho to ln"t"ll noort..-n !" Point, Fla. 030pd
ountln n."rtm nt and "rfcf <'"'"
time Auditor" ,flit
t"... dniiars through-now lm saving,""o.'..t HOUSE FOR RENT:_ Two ,bed -
r rictal control. room house- for $60 monthly. 1V6 10da* Needs President Johnson--

He Will Continue To Work For ALL of YOU ALL, Of The Time miles north of Canal Point, next

to Underwood's. Call J. L. McCall, President lonnson
Bandlow has given YOU a sincere-capable-experienced -dedicated1 admnlstration. Canal Point Need* YM: Vote
Itpd. E
For continued progress) RETURN IBM TO OFFICE on November
3rd and give him an opportunity, to complete the program he
ha* tarted. BOUTS, SALESMAN WANTED. 'IlImtIItiffihIWfffiArg-ffl,1JJfj

The County .. on the move forward wtU full tlaMLett . oner-
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\ keep It morm 1 'v- 0" + - rv .-. .
t; r otr $35, Wlv* dayOoc

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October TO, 1964 The News,
Everglades Canal Poln Florida
33438 Page Seven
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I Is Qualified I To Make You ,

NO law enforrenient experience: PROUD You Elected Him-
prior to assuming sheriff's' job in

? NO.police administration! or education 21 YEARS lAW EN Served as Chief Speda-
Ii & : : prior to same' job in I960.) FORCEME EXPER. list. U. S. Coast Guard : "

IENCEretiredCAPTAIN. Intelligence.Experience '. .. K,
;* before Grand Jury: Florida Highway Patrol. '""\t
"Admitted under oath that .he
testified falsely to the grand ELECT
jury and was. indicted and tried HONESTY-STABILITY
for perjury. CLINTON E.
e Florida Senate con..nilll"tin INTELLIGENCE-DIGNITY RED
summary of .recommendationsfor
reinstatement> : "From the! EDUCATION TAYLORSHERIFF
evidence .presented, the committee -
seriously doubts if Martin
KellcnherKer WAS QUALIFIED Was Operations Direc- Commander, Turnpik I
fr .,. AT T1IK: '1'1110': : HIS ELECtor: : Fla. State Turnpike Troop, Fla. Highway Pa
TION OK IS NOW QUALIFIEDto : Authority had annual trol was Safety Direc '
properly: discharge the duties! LudgetofS1'500,000. tor of Turnpike. PULL LEVERof
the high h and important officeof
sheriff of I'alm Beach Coun 13ADEMOCRAT

ty." Pd.Pol.Adv.Pd.For By Rd TayUr Camp Trat..

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v'. r* Do the People of Palm Beach County i

Have EQUAL Representation? .


vival To Start ; Examine These Reported Facts :

I *
hokeeBaptists \ 1s my opponent the "Boss" of the clique which has split the County
Commission after more than 20 years of model government?

rival Services at the First .
1st Church of Pahokee will be : ) I Is it the duty of my opponent to spend so much time in collecting '
ogress _beginning with the :', 2. $216,000 for county participation in the World's Fair . a' "riches to
morning service on No- '.,
S r7:::: .r ber ay 1st. The preacher for these rags" promotion? (And he's getting ready to ask-for morel!) Stop and

ces will be.RevGorge Will- ;.,.. --v think what an outstanding ,promotion COULD' be done for the County
son, Pastor of the First Bap- / and its Municipalities with that amount of
Church of Hudson, North Car- money. "-
m. Brother Williamson is a very R. ,. *'
cove preacher and we urge you .. Where are the major roads my opponent promised for North Palm
[hear him, says Guthrie Colvard, 3
tor of the Pahokee Church. : Beach County? *
[Music for the revival services
111 be directed by Bill Cox of the ) 4 Why my opponent's secrecy to the County Commissioners on his trips * Baptist. Brother Church Cox of will West also Palm be .. seeking new industry? When asked by a fellow Republican Commis- *

loist for the revival. : sioner at an open meeting, he REFUSED to divulge any information . *
On Saturday'evening, November ; though these financed COUNTY DOLLARS! te
i, a special'Youth service will be trips are Contrary _
Id followed by a fellowship fore ,. .......: > his statements, will he tell us of, ONE 'industry which has, located in )f-
13-24, In
Young People Ages
this HIS efforts?
Fellowship Hall of the churchis _, .'.>: county through _

oung special People service of open to all 'i: :,' : 5 My' opponent takes credit for establishing an I Internal' Audit of county

Sunday Services will be,at 11:00 C funds. Why did he REFUSE at the regular County 'Commission meet-
m. and 6:00: p.: m. The Weekly *
ervices will be at 7:00 a. m. Mon- ing Sept. 28th to second a motion by a fellow Republican for an audit
ay through Friday and 7:30 p. m. by the Internal Auditor of a leasee operation at the airport? WHY?
onday through Saturday. Re- :
'- '
ember the dates November 1st
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Jones-Scoggins circle,of the THE lOAD t.
Canal Point Baptist Church met OF Ple AND ELECT
at the home of Mrs. Grady Echol .
for their October meeting.. The :rT S -
program' "Worship and the ,Mia: ;- twdd ,
aionary Task" was presented by '
Mrs. Earl Bracewell with 'the devotion ., .
given by Mrs. J. S. Atkins, / Democrat

chairman. ... :,

Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins and
children Nancy and Ricky spent F
this weekend in Alabama where
they attended the FloridaAlabamafootball
game. Their son Mike
Watkins former Pahokee Blue J
Devil star is a sophomore and a
member of the Northeastern Oklahoma OSTON
A&M team playing guard w
position They were Joined by an-
other son, David, a senior at the R'I
University of Mississippi. w'
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Mrs. Arthur Bush, accompaniedby
her son-in-law and daughter. COUNTY COMMISSIONER 'olidCJt ,,*
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elder returnedto

with her Mr.home and Saturday Mrs. Elder.after a visit',: ',. ,'*' .-.- ':... ******' : **.***********x***

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Seth Roberts' Sister Fashion Show Is Gobblin Party Held

Dies In Lake Butler Held As BenefitA For Bea Ellen Wroten Re-Elect STETSON O.

benefit fashion show and des- .
Word haT b cii receved: here of 'Halloween was celebrated a lit
the death of Mrs. Eula Green sist- sert card party was held at tIm tie early,at the home of Mr. and
er of Seth Roberts. Mrs. Green died Pahokee Lions Club Monday at Mrs. Lee Wroten when they enter- SPROULYOUR
Sunday in Lake Butler. Services: 7:30 p. m. under the sponsorshipof tained with a "Hallowen" birthday
were held in the Christian Churchat Beta Omicron Chapter Beta party in honor of their daughterBea
Lake Butler Tuesday'at,2 p. m. Sigma Phi Sorority.Ten Ellen on her 9th birthday Fri-
.. G. Weeks returned this week members of the local: Beta day afternoon, October 23.
Sigma Phi chapters modeled fall and back yard was $ "
from Lake Butler where he at- The patio COUNTY
tended the funeral services of,Mrs. fashions with Mrs. Jess Elliott decorated in colors of orange and
Green. Mr. Roberts is ill and was serving as commentator. Fashionswere black. A table laid with a, hallo- {ri a Gp:
\ unable to attend. furnished by Pahokee and ween cloth featured a cake deco TAX4.
II Belle Glade dress shops,and other rated with witches and goblins.The .
Miss Elinor Brackin is a patient local merchants donated merchandise twenty guests attending
in the Winter Haven hospital.I I for prizes. bobbed for apples and toured a COLLECTORFOR
"house of horrors" led by Allen
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"FTankenstlne" Wroten and his
assistant Vince "Egor"' Sims. EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS
Prizes were awarded to Laura ADMINISTRATION .,
JUDGEDOWNEY Sue Boynton for the prettiest cos-
tume; George Tillis, funniest; and DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
Roland Culberson, most unusual.

., Mrs.Blanche Wroten Hawk was and assisted Mrs. Lee by Shir-Mrs. There is no substitute For Experience.

ley.CARD OF THANKSI mim_ Mr.. Sproul's'public service is beyond

wish to thank my friends for reproach.

DESERVES 'YOUR the many prayers cards calls,

," 'r flowers and all kindness shown to Your support will be appreciated in

". ,, "', VOTEbecause me and my family during my stayin November 3rd election ;
lxi I the hospital and convalescing at

home. May God bless each of you.Mrs. .
Horace Unwin (Paid Political Advettieementl
;: Of His Qualifications
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Presently Circuit Judge.
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)+.:.,;,: 1 Practicing Trial Lawyer Over. around wrthCHEVRON
I .. Nothing gets a goblin
'ff.;. .... 1.5 Years In Palm Beach And ,

",.'iI.,, ,I,I ( 12ro:; \aHa I Counties. .
: \ '
"., '" ':* llt'ceivcd Highest Rating Allowance -
; :;' I For Legal Ability In.Leading ,- : ,

National Legal Directory. .
)," : : .

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.:}; *, I las No Judicial I Experience. ,

/t.. '. .J r Has Virtually No Legal Experience In'( .the LIVELIER gasolines! <

: 'y. .1" }1 Florida Having Practiced Here Only 2Vz ;. ..
: 01' : ..
:"; ." Years.

: ;, Had No Rating For Legal Ability. ". '
<\ :t': Gay occasions call for these new and

j '' .,:" KEEP JUDGE DOWNEY .t modern motor fuels, so right for Dixie's

CIRCUIT JUDGE "i .....A".... .'.u':" 'J pulsing pace today.' ,Choose from 3 .I, '
Democratic Nominee : .1t ry{ great Chevron* gasolines. Each packed *,v' '

p.' with livelier performance, long-running economy. I
Palm Beach and Broward CountyPaid
Besides, in Chevron and Chevron Supreme you
( Political Advertisement
get Methyl, the different antiknock compoundthat

... . helps develop all the power built into your
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I'I.I'I.E wars N". . wits co . '+ We take better care of your car

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FOR ..

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!.' BEACHES; ? Andrew 'uncovered the action and it ; I

.. was CANCELLEDI! ,

WHY ti 6
2. ...Are County TAX DOLLARS being used to build.

roads which benefit County Officials and Landholding

? This unethical action
Corporations was

editorially reported recently in a, local newspaper. Ift IftIi k

i WHY? \ J. ; kJ t1*

.3. . Haven't you received ADDITIONAL benefit of

Y'. t Increase to th., ..County'Commission from our
LOOK AT THE RECORD .You can elect whose
.(. PROVEN back-ground and 'ability QUALIFIES him to ..?:::\\\ :: .:: N J "\ :

/ ASSUME and FULFILL the obligations 'N a\'u:

of County Commis(1;

sioner . who will ',, \ ,
a man ,, t',:<*.:> \ : LL
bring DIGNITY and TRUST to .'..,. : ,
all County affairs. ;, -
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MOVtMafft 3.. Hot '*Trademark"CHEVRON","METHYl",and CHEVRON designS! a I .
r Hill EVER IAfralHte '
M. I. .KEEN < "
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