The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 2, 1968 · Page 3
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 3

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Saturday, November 2, 1968
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n MAfcKtWUINr Bob DeYoung Republican For Stat Senate says UlST. 33 W Adv y Camp Troi YOUR PALM BEACH COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR MUST BE GgAGJDnndg He handles over 50 MILLION DOLLARS annually. 400,000 individual transactions annually. Collects for 23 separate taxing agencies. YRS TAX 5 YRS. TAX , YRS. LAKE WORTH TAX COLLECTORS i OFFICE 15 COLLECTORS ASSESSORS YRS. ASSISTANT OFFICE Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 2, 1SG8 3 When Shopping Use P-T Classified r J ftl W TO OL AOV UTM tMAH) TMtAf VOTE FOR Architect's Conception of Proposed Palm Beach Youth Camp EXPERIENCE No endorspmpnts will ho Palm Beach Youth Camp Groundbreaking Scheduled LAST BIG DAY! MR. J. C. PENNEY, FOUNDER What dots Foundtr! Days Values really mean? We think Mr. Penney tells It best. Mr. Penney said, "Just find our customers some good old-fashioned values the kind that built our business." ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY " Fabulous I VIM I f " j will include horseback riding and boating, as the property Is bordered on one side by a canal. Officers and directors of the camp, Price said are businessmen who are dedicating their time, effort and money to build something' worthwhile, so that all funds contributed to the camp will be used for building and maintenance. Lee is vice president of the non profit corporation and H. Douglas Sammons Jr., secretary and treasurer. Sammons Is an instructor at Palm Beach Junior College. The three directors are Joseph Budsinski, a county employe; George Green of Florida Power & Light Co., and Richard D. Castor, an attorney of Lake Worth. FOUNDER'S DAYS VALUES! Sunday, Nov. 3rd 5:30 P.M. to 6:30 P.M. WEAT CHANNEL 12 Monday, Nov. 4th 9:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. WPTY CHANNEL 5 given by this column in next Tuesday's election. We like all the candidates and wish we could vote for all of them. They all ran hard, vigorous and clean campaigns and are to be complimented for their lark of "mud-slinging." Our motto is still "VOTE, VOTE AS YOU PLEASE, BL'T VOTE." We predict Richard Mil-hous Nixon will be elected the next President of the United States and that Edward J. Gurney will win the United States Senate seat from Florida. This office is being vacated by Sen. George Sma-thers. As far as Palm Beach County races are concerned, we won't make any specific predictions but we believe the Republicans will be victorious in at least 25 of the 3.'! races listed on the county ballot. With so many people talking about "It's time tor a change," there Is a slight possibility that most Democrats might be swept out of office in the county by the GOP. If the Republican voters all get out to the polls, it could be another vear reminiscent of 16. Democrats who seem to have the best chances of winning their races are Horace Beasley, Judge Paul Douglas, Cong. Paul Rogers, Sen. Jerry Thomas, Judge Russell Mcintosh, Judge Banzai Cur-rie, John Duiikle, Edgar Maxwell, "Bud" Weaver, Lee Spencer and Billy Burns, Port Commissioner candi SPECIAL BUY! II SPECIAL BUY!" Pd. Pol. Adv. by t t. County Niion-Agnaw Comm. Rulfc Thorn ot John Casstdy, Co-Chairmoft Ralph Antku, Treoi. i ii ii i ' iinnmin Ground is to be broken next week to signal the start of construction of the Palm Beach Youth Camp, it was announced Friday by Joseph W. Price, president of the non profit corporation. The 10 14 acre site is west of Military Trail just a little south of Hypoluxo Road on land donated by Jack Colan Lee of Lee Bros. Farms on Lantana Road. Purpose of the camp is to encourage youni; people from all walks of lhe throughout south Florida to aspire to better ways of life, said Price, who is president of the organization and pastor of Pentecostal Holiness Church of West Palm Beach. "The camp will be made .available to youth groups of churches of all denominations" he said, "to Boy and Girl Scouts, civic clubs or any worthwhile community endeavor aimed at promoting a better youth for our county as well as all of South Florida." A nominal fee will be charged each group, Price added, to help pay costs of maintenance. Directors of the camp facilities will not direct the youth activities, he added. They will be directed by the sponsors of each camping group. The first building to be erected will be the administration building, which will contain a dining room seating 300 and class rooms. Two dormitories will be added as soon as funds are available, one for boys and one for girls, he said, with each accomodating 150. Facilities will Include a large swimming pool, baseball diamond, tennis and basketball courts. Other acltvities Professional style dryer and electric hair curler! Comfort recliner with adjustable headrest! $ 99 88 19 Blame Smoker ZURICH, Switzerland (UPI) Officials of "Blick," Switzerland's biggest mass circulation paper, said Friday a careless smoker in Its press rooms caused the fire that did $1.7 million damage to press and editorial rooms Thursday night. PAY AS LITTLE AS 5.50 A MONTH Head-to-toe ease for even the tallest man in this traditionally styled chair with its 3 way positioning, thick, soft cushioning and no sag construction. Deep, button tufted back for extra luxury. Covered in easy care, glove soft vinyl in a choice of black, oxblood or green. Headrest great for TV viewing. PAY AS LITTLE AS $5 A MONTH! The hard hat dryer with everything! Built-in, electric curler lets you spot curl, curl all over, set hair wet or dry. Remote control too! Powerful 750 watt motor for faster drying. 4 colored heating rods for curlers. Sturdy, one piece construction in lively lemon yellow. Plus 8 rollers (2 small, 4 medium, 2 large). r. (& 93181 nn wm No money down . . . Use Penney's Time Payment Plan! SPECIAL BUY! SPECIAL BUY! SO dates. Final results of our five-' week county wide poll show that Ed Gurney was the leading vote getter with 4750 votes, followed closely by Dave Reid, Jack Poorbaugh, Joe Humphrey and Bill Heldt-man. The lone Democrat who; is leading In this poll Is Horace Beasley. Nixon received 4115 votes and clobbered both George Wallace and Hubert Humphrey. The results: President Nixon 4115, Wallace 1200, Humphrey 670; . U.S. Senate Gumey 4750, LeRoy Collins 1075; U.S. Congress Bob Rust 3410, Paul Rogers 2415; State Senate Joe Humphrey 4425, Elmer Friday 1275; State Senate Bob DeYoung 3940, Jerry Thomas 18.15; Sheriff Bill Heidtman 4415, "Red" Taylor 1375; Elections Supervisor Beasley 2950, Bob Clark 2850; Tax Assessor Reld 4615, Maxwell 1190; Circuit Court Clerk Alfred Furtado 4145, John Dunkle 1655, and State Rep. Jack Poorbaugh 4470 and Lake Lytal 1310. We doubt If many negroes bothered to answer the poll. Black power should help the Democrats considerably on Tuesday. There are approximately 18,000 negroes now registered to vote in Palm Beach County as Democrats and the Democratic registration in Broward County lists 19,252 black people. If they all get out and vote, they can make It rough for the Repub-. licans. And George Wallace's presence on the ballot should bring out a record-breaking negro vote. Also, the colored people will be coming out in droves to vote for the popular Riviera Beach Councilman, Malcolm Cunningham, who Is a negro running as a Democrat for the state legislature. Danny Doherty, Democrat candidate for Tax Collector, was county chairman for Gov. Haydun Burns in 1964 when Burns was successful . . . Horace Beasley, the dedicated Democrat who is County Flections Supervisor, wants it known that the people can "split" their vote in this election . . . Our nomination for the hardest working candidates In this election are: Dave Reld, Republican and "Chuck" Jewell, the Democrat candidate for County Commissioner. Bob Rust has Just been endorsed by Richard M. Nixon, Barry Goldwater, the ultra-conservative, and Sen. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina. This is a big boost to Bob's campaign. Naturally, Nixon wants Rust to win as he is hoping for sensational victories by all GOP Congressmen so that he can have a majority In the House and Senate to work with. Dwight Eisenhower's "right hand man" from 1952 to 1960 Is also hoping and pulling for Ed Gurney to capture the Senate race from Democrat LeRoy Collins . . . Judge Paul Douglas is basing his campaign on the "experience'' theme. AA AUTO DIIVUC SCHOOL IX South Dixie, 1314429 Solid state blender with a plus . . . stirs, whips, shreds, liquefies! YOU BET HE IS! Three times Senator Jerry Thomas has been voted a Most Outstanding Legislator by his fellow legislators, both Democrats and Republicans. In 1970 Senator Thomas is in line to become the first President of the Senate from South Florida in 30 years. SOS 25 Efficiency deluxe 2-speed vacuum cleaner! 39.88 PAY AS LITTLE AS $5 A MONTH An outstanding value, this positive agitation upright beats as it sweeps, as it cleans. 2 speed motor shifts into high for 50 more power when tool converter is attached. Has convenient zipper-ed vinyl bag, full, wrap around bumper. Complete set attachment tools . . . 7.88. PAY AS LITTLE AS $5 A MONTH 7 speeds for mixing, chopping, blending plus solid state control to keep steady power for even blending, lighted touch buttons. New, low design, big 32 oz. container, removable cutting assembly for easy wash-up. The perfect kitchen helpmate! RE-ELECT JERRY OH AS TH No money down . . . Use Penney's Time Payment Plan! STATE SENATOR n POL AD OEM. 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