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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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53-No. 292 WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1964 PRICE TEN CENTS

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The Florida Highway Patrol Ships Toppled
will be on the road in full
force over the Labor Day
HONG KONG (UPI1) Ty,
e weekend to check holiday traf
Ruhy smashed into Hong
phoon
fir did Cipt Olin Hill com
Kong with killer wind today
minder of Troop C stationed
In Lakeland leaving al trait IS penonsdead
and hundred Injured and
Florida traffic death
toll
miming Properly damage was
ao far this year exceed last extensive

year at the tame time Ships In the harbor were
Every effort will be made to ripped from their mooring and

of St. the Republican curtail traffic fatalities and let adrift. At least two lank I
GOP GOVERNOR CANDIDATE-Charles Hclley, right Petenburg. driverlolations during this. from the battering wind and
I candidate for governor, it touring central Florida this weekend, and it shown long holiday weekend oilier ran aground Scores of

in Winter Haven with Ed Jones, county Republican executive committee chairman There were no fatalities recorded l smaller Junk were flipped over

in Polk County last In the water and left derelict
year during the Labor Day Twenty crewmen were reported .
Mather Plans weekend and It U hoped that miming from the two
Malays And Chinese there will be none this year sunken thlpa
So far this year there have Along with the IS dead authorltlei -
been 45 traffic fatalitiea In ) Mid 39 In all were

Addition To Polk County ai compared to 9 mining and 239 were Injured
J Casualty figures mounted hourly ,
Riot In Singapore 41 at the time time last year
Capt Hill urges ill motor
lath to uie ,xtreme care and Wind ringing from 110 to
120 miles in hour ripped signs
Haven StoreMather not become a traffic itatiitic
SINGAPORE (UPI)-M.l.ys.ni "By this simple process of during the holiday weekend a from building and uprooted
Chinese battled each otherin creating trouble and dmturnance tSr' trees Numerous) persons were
Furniture of winter racial rioting in the streets within the country. Sukaroo hurt nv flying object propelled'
y riaven, Inc, will aurt construction *I Singapore. today Pott** ued hope. skid Milayslanithemselves ny the striving wind
1 Tuesday to Increase Its bullets and tear gas to end the will make enough Johnson Back The city was drenched with

display showroom by about violence trouble In this country to bring. V t ,,+ torrent! I ralni Hundred of
40 per cent. Authorities reported that at about the end of Malaysia. (
The addition to Its modern lent .._ ...
10 persona have been Rahman said .' '' -- -
store at sixth St. and Ave killed and about 85 Injured In the first trouble Wednesday On Iowa Ballot
J. NW will be built on the since rioting<< began Wednesday a Malay worker was killed by KHOURY LEAVING GARDENS-Simon Khoury 'lint nationally known tournament Communist Is
rear of the building and will They said ISO persons moat Chinese in the Ge>tand Sent skier and water nil show director. wet honored last night' by Dick Pope Sr. for hit work
provide 7,000 square feet of of them members of secret area. The Malays retaliatedand By United Prei International at Cypress Gardens, After eigHt yean Khoury and Kit wife, May Louise, former Mil
floor space.fom societies, rioters or curfew the toll of dead and In- President Johnson and Sen World, are returning to Europe,
Comer store Hubert H Humphrey hate
managerannounced breaker, have been arrested
Beaten
the expansion is due during the violence Continued On Page S, Col. 1)ISCAM ) been certified to the November Leaving Cypress GaardtnsKhouryTo BadlyIn

to the fact that ia the sit Malaysian Prim* MjaisterTengkv ballots in Iowa and South Dakota -
year Mather has been at Its Abdwl Rahman blamedthe after all But embarrassed
present location the furniture new outbreak of violenceon Democrats aren't out of the Chile Vote
store has outgrown Its present neighboring Indonesia, Sing wood yet Take
t facilities pore U part of the Malaysian. Party official mined deid
With the new addition,Comer Federation which Indonesian line in both flea Moines and
pointed out, "we will have 24,- Preside t Sukarno has vowedto Pierre this week for getting .s'ts- II.\MI ('nil* +'I'I'1! ,
000 square feet of dlsplayarea "tI'ullb" their Democratic 11 a n d a r d Paris FT".. 01 ,i III I'Iei 1 rode the women
Mather has 18,000 square feet Eyewitnesses laid Malay w brareron the ballot for the Sales Job .ft' ui a muhlnitic
or warehouse toe* lore today over ommunl' sn
space tod ..obi. armed with bug knives general election Republican of.
elsewhere In Winter Haven( finals In both rtates ordered cullindldiU Salvador At-
Iron ten, atttha and. makeshift
The store addition will continue weapons. unpaged through LBJ 111I11 on the ballot any simmi Khour. natloMlly appearance for tie. Mil' lende In Chile latest prendentlil '
the basic design and customer known water ski show directoral Coolant', election
Sfefapore'i Gey I and Seat (hi'
conveniences presentlyIn nine district thIS morning! when r wayFriday. a conservative party Cyprus: Gardens. and Ms The ,Khourvi, according i rrtlI the nut Christian
the store It will be centrally i nightlong curfew lifted candidate In Iowa filed lull te wife\ May I....|e., former Muss Pope, have Mil "been fishers Democrat ever elected prep
air conditioned and heated, wn force Johnson and Humphreyoff World were honored by..... the plullloOlellll.rqwtIlMit t <'I dent ''Ie a Latin American na,
carpeted from wall-to-wall, and temporarily The mobs attacked the billot The National and Mrs Dick Pope sr. and ulariiy of water skin', "I'P' m lion
background music will be provided pedeitriaiM he Gardens staff lass and May 1 out** hays I >balk I*.
overturned and burned onsUtutional; party asked for nlrht 2)k Niarly complete ret i'r ni
can, and atoned and burned permiukm to certify IU candidates shortly before (hair' return to a Vila I "lniiii' In, n," I () made it term tertaln that Frt.
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A new feature will be of Beautiful 1
a rear \\Ift.
homes and businessesPollee on the South Dakota Lurpun nail mined the majority re
entrance to the store from the harlot Khoury, originally front, b. and the port IIr wat' I ,Htn. ---- --
Aid clashes, q ircil for popular election In
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parking area Comer emphasised In a m hour periodIn occurred If the National Comtltuttonal anon Is ending sn eight-year that. after eight y"ai-> I?, I' LOUISI KHOURY < hue" With 2M of 272 el'I'lnrl1
thai the bII.utltcll.llade trees denlre i 10 talons i I" i ,"'{ '
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broadcast Radio ticket lint certified, National slay at die Onrdena where he World f HS4 district reporting, he hid i
a over
presently In the rear parkingarea first made hetdllneiisatournanMwl their nativ land v> i sal i. HMW 2)s .
Singapore Prime Minuter Rah Chairman Burt Ellli said t114M'tIt'1 to ttS.110 for Allende
nil -
aW
remain. H
also atated blesnlngn Past
our
We will skier> and later na themastermind
fight through the and 1247(4 fur R.dlc.1"ulla
Additional beautification man blamed Indonesia for tir biding them gowfcyKhoiiry .
b.t8r court to make c.rtath.t\ of the world famous News-Chief ,
ring racial unreal to DunnThe
1'0.11dele
of the
paved parking area will up Gardens water ski troupe twice winner of
South Dakota will the
keep election would have been
be made" with the landing of an *< t overall water *
Mrs Khoury, Mill Worldof urnfwan
names of Johnson and Hum Monday
limited 41 Indoneiian thrown Into congreii If no candidate
Corner plans a special trip pars 1966 and now the mother of nil*, came to the Gardens
off the ballot.
to the Chicago furniture market troopers \In the heart of the phrey four children la originally from late and began pertornriog" hid received a majority
for the purpose of securing ad- Malay peninsula last Wednesday It wn a particularly em.. Sweden< A professional model, the show He also _. Winter Haven Daily Allende missed the preildency -
brrasslng situation \in South Dakota hi.' will not publish In 19 sg by only 30,ouo votes.
(Continued On Page >, Col. 3)) born at she li beet' known throughout hu competitive" skiing and
Humphrey was in observance of ind t comparably close lUc
Wallace. S D., the only South the nation for her promotional (Continued On Page I, Col, ) I .v, MM had been expected' this

Seats For First Blu-e--D ;if Dakotan ever to be nominatedby ---.- year TN women's vote appeared
either party tit ao lofty an to be the decisive factor
office And the Democrat did.D' .
Miller Launches Fret
I Campaign in victory
,
like being kidded about Allende conceded defeat In

Game Go On Sale Saturday their 1 want goof to make it clearthe a learned balcony that apeech he hid when toil hh he

Republican are doing ui home town of and
Valpirilao
r, served teat tickets for the There will br no saving ot a andldatei no favor ,"by South certifying Dakota the With Attack On Humphrey was trailing In. almost every

Winter Haven Blue Devils' place In th* line Each perscr DrmocraUr Chairman J C province He bad expected to
opening football game at Au- get at the end of the line a* sweep rural areas
Noonan tald "The law relit .
burndale Sept 11 will goon sale they arrive No tickets 11'11tit\ > UXKPORT NV I I"PI i wi'l'hC" ri-peati ref) 01" 'but did the tame Only this time Attend and Frel are friends
Saturday> morning I o'clock sold to those butting Into the ing, t> certification of nominee Rep Wliriim r Miller R S Y C Ire! (olrlwaterla Ilimpnrey and.-to i leaser es of iMg itindmg They ran on
al the high school gym ticket line i' very unclear formally opened' his Mi
office 2. No person will be per- campaign for the vin. ('''' on the reeelvmg end ( for Mlwhig reformf
The change in plans was announced mltted to .bay more tickeU than deny Saturday with a t* .' This M tk, men who ic A significant difference lay
by Jack Deedrtck high) he purchased "'lOIIliebt! inhis Pops Concerts wheeling inetk on! his fl i. cording to fyiNkm Jntnaoninikei In their' attitude toward the
school athletic director Fri- name. tf there is any doubt track eounierpar !hen tihc-, t iiir President feelirengthetwil United Hates
da> A letter has been tent ball she seat chart will be decked H Humphrey seal by being al AUet*** had vowed that he
season ticket holders If any 1IIdt...... trys to pur Miller. with. OCP pseudo n',il hi. tide .1 all times Miller ,null niltenillae Chile bitttMidntlar -
Deedrick said that since tM caM more IBM waa IB his Open Sept. 29The nominee Berry M OoMwateit mil "flurh prime. I.,,,, US owned copper
reserved season tickets wr nante. no ttchatn will be sold his side. _,',k. Moohvawtowii t t J"hnlOfI has heaped on no man "mines and strap lists country
received from AutwrndaJe then to him and be MM go back to detente with the tailed
liDS H">UJinc[ opening concert of "uV" evwI I trtrlmi //11 puhllrly .In Hobby Biker treaty
FROM
referred tickets sold for. home fee end of the .UnoDeedrtck her loch hued Max 106444 Winter Haven Pops Or "Bin Miller cia. al'the* r der t iiisad i .that J"hn,on and Slain He probably also would
faftt l '! tirkefl. /*'r will Aufcvrntfele reeerved said ate rates may. MM pet Mr KlBMsnea 10 ckestrn season has been let firTuesday pounds of thl.. *.trn s.w' Himphri-/ : "m ;ixrinnal and have renewed relation with

first besoldenafrstme sound turfest kw pant epertenee > UU newsmen at her h'.mla <> evevinc, Sept. 29.The York eityTk party uni!' And yrl when CommunM Cuba. broken off
served
) basis hV
i base via season- reservedseat ...... abase ate. to be Ian Intfu ('a lit that irfi.thnlUd second IOIICeI''t N, tOft.rr..lf1al, prr('ir..I have anv 'w', men established last month In accordance with
ticked la and ltfht* have Brat prtotty u> hone In purchasing antes win It........ .*.< ttetett tor the after leanuaf that h. bus Pops Or,....,. evacert, Humphrey a .c' epte.er IIJfo'", N And when hf any party had for the time being at lent
now to Mr lia ........ before the [ National such frei only Chilean control
Auburndale ttchets Deedrtck AtrtMmdale ft..ceM" Tkert hand U a Navy U tturtn n..r'lIc lo adopt stringent rneasj propose
reminded ivaryone to brine the will be plenty of adult gee mladmission ) r Kiue sn.n klwer i 3d season. give area reeMenfe a CotI".nt"I."k'. I .Iy "', It.;, silt ",.,h.lit, to of the production and
AuDuradale sir turn mitt s.e- titters for tl.SO and had er.|MMl fr m a Com chance to hear ofctWebraJ nml N i last miiitih ,role I fi' .-..It. .,1( mllv*" marketing of copper He called
son ticket book. student tickets for 50 eeat miuilt V.,.,* in U'. H* and prwrtte oppertmitr lei In that .w r. I.. Humph'> Hiller'' 11I.1 i ihjt lUmphreyi the Alliance for Progress aid
H. has set up MM following Reserved nest tickets for aU wu shut down and rupiurx Ridge Area mmideM I* use Claimed thai <.."i,j.atn 'woo rouH" r ..f taw Amerl) program a laudatory concept
rule to goer' ike wee of otter GIll-ol-..** ..... wit. JulIe 4. Tax --'em Md. eif.811 their talent*. aid. of I&etIwlth mod of ht< r..i l an. for Uvmecrelic Action :' although\ he complainedthat
utwradtle tickets be sold on MesUsy the week sn Ws...... aN m.- Chrtettsn Ksmh. Tamfa *.. (league*--beta. Repyhliran /nnDentsrrallc ,> trAl) and is .tlll .Ha vice It le filling ghost of ita
: Form an orderly Has inJ. of the gall unless otherwise man wan safe &Ad.d In UnM and escheats eondwctor, -tn the Henat- tie I rh firm In He charted' the ADA goals becauie. of "bureaucratic
.' jf the high school r>m. annnunctd Saigon" 'nIat1a. (Conemuad 0. Page 1. Cob I) cited *....lfI< measures ending WILLIAM f. MILIIM (Continued Oat Page I, CoL 2)) bunglingi '






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I Legality Of Curbing hamb I Rusk Blames .,; For Fitness And Health 3 Local FirmsIncorporated



Travelers Not I <
Settled r
Makarios For By VERA CHRIS' ENSEN

W\ (UPI) gw :\C '( room; Thursday and Ii ommentBy x
iii\s of stormy i..1 t "
cong amed the aisle
up
of stale
RFDt'CE HIP. THIGH Secretary ion
StalemateWASHINGTON
hcurngs' this week he to IMO'WI
witness who
II
r'ntrover,' ill freed ave testifying rt f j\e time was E. L DAVIS All of you girls who have the Adams today announced ''h.chart.rlng .
of three
) i"ue exactly wh t t was The wit '11I-I Morton Slater Clumber. of Ceinmtrce almost ever-present problem of local corporattons -

before -In I legal .4tAll .II. of New vas hospital (UPI) Former thigh bulges will want to attack
Race Horse
the shouting des vel. ited'evern Executive Vie. Prttld.M I this exercise immediately The They Ire: tx
II I of
The Nazi secretary State Dean
W
was flesh the inside press, Inc<<: 1511 Ave. C, Nl ,
pending/ the hen In Acheson excess on as
room blames
cd I with assault Cypriot Prest
Winter Haven, with 100 shares of
well as the outside of the
I the House Commit UnSHINGTON r dent
Archbishop
Makarios for
conduct. .
I.II-Jiind A BARGAIN common of no par value, dealIng
Am rican Activities Yiwrsd l .y to Slater. the the deadlock In the media- thighs will receive a groatamount horses
In transporting
and Friday hive not chan4M tend from Wilmer McCutcheon, chairman of the Polk County tion talks over the troubled Is of activity. And as i am)
yvonne live stock. Incorporators
thr question which musHajSe Bnrwl. Board of Commissioners, is dedicated land. bonus the buttocks will come arc
79' of Oakland, Calif"rWjfd .:; a public 1Il'r'antwho James E. Lyons, A. F. Sling
into play with this side kick
faced sooner or later by '!the' Lemarnkv 24 self e his exercise luff Jr.. and Marlarle M
a superiority in field ill due in no small measure Acheson returned Friday Col-
courts or by Congress described "Brooklyn Commu lings, all of Winter Haven. Petition
to his willingness to meet with local in from the Geneva meeting where In order to keep balance -
,
Briefly stated the question l Is nist and leader of the trip, groups your filed Aug. 28 by RalphE
whether during oeacetime the and Albert Maher the 22.year- his district and work with them earnestly toward a he has spent the last twomonths I suggest you hold on to a Stayer of Miami.
attempting to resolve
government has the right to determine old of solution the pro- door jam before commencing
son a Houston, Tex, of their problems. iblem. He plans to report to
the exercise. Then start
where U. S. citizens kicking
millionaire Tree
Inc.
Grow Winter
may or may not travel abroad. Extent for Maher, all three His ability to listen patiently, to grasp quickly the President He said Johnson the deadlocked next week talks the leg up high as far as you BEN HELPS OUTHOLLYWOOD Haven, wltn 100 shares of com-

The committee agrees withan went to Cuba this year and issues involved, to come up with constructive suggestions leave the situation on the Island can reach. When you have completed UPI) BenCasey's mon of no par value, dealing
Interpretation of the law Mso admitted membershlo In and frequently with 10 repetitions with one staff came to the aid in the citrus business incor-
a happy solution has very critical Indeed. He
which his yet to be overturned the Progressive Labor Movement endeared told newsmen there leg, change and commence of a local hospital Friday night. porators are Ronald E, Thompson
him to many Chamber of Commerce are"sever- kicking with the other leg When Memorial Hospital at
that the government a hard.line Marxist organization groups al Issues which could William D. Franklin, both
bring
hat the right. and city officials who must work frequently with the a resumption of the war between on 10 times the first day Is adequate Culver City needed a special of Halnes City, J. Wallace Jon-

Four persons associated with Maher who went to Cuba In county on local matters. Greek and Turkish Cypriots but every single day type of bed for a patient suffering es, Ladon J. Jones Sr., both
an unauthorized trip of 84 U.S. 1963. testified he was a mem within 25 minutes." thereafter, add three more repetitions from a broken back, of Winter Haven, and S. Blair
students to Communist Cuba her of neither prouo but he did Last week In a Winter Haven whimpering, he'd end up In your to your kicks until you they contacted Bing Crosby Ross of Miami. Petition filed
this summer were summoned Join the others In attacking the Chamber Committee meeting bed, snuggled against your neck. "These can be gotten under have worked up to a maxi Productions which happens to Au.. 28 by Ross.
to the hearings travel ban and the he commended Dave Gld- He soon learned to use this Similar hearings last and committee dings and Willard Frederick for power and employed it shamelessly It will take some doing." Los Angeles area Robert E. Miller Builder,
year resulted Invoking the .
Fifth Amendment their Inc. of Winter
Haven
with
In wild melees great energy and Ingen- Crosby productions producesthe 500
saw police drag kicking which and L certain In refusing to answer uity in carrying out the dead When It came to food he Abandoning his customary Road Finished "Ben Casey" television series shares of common at $1 per
ncreamlng ouestlons citrus tree pulling program a would have preferred steak, diplomatic discretion, Acheson share, dealing In building and
the hearing spectators, out of The House committee has few months ago. He said, "You Ice cream, candy or cake. Seta said Makarios "had not gone Near Polk City contracting. Incorporators are
But room. been Inveitlgatlna unauthor fellows certainly were persuasive dish of good vitamin enrich- 'out of his way to be helpful In of steel Robert E. Miller, Nancy Jo Mil-
this
year extraordinary Ized travel for the oast 18 In getting rid of these ed dog meat in front of him this matter." He said the archbishop A small piece wool ler, both of Winter Haven, and
noHee precautions and the decl months its' chairman Reo. Ed. trees And how you could do or a handful of reinforced bone had sabotaged the mediation Construction of three miles of pushed Into the hole of a knob Sherwood L. Stokes of Haines
lon of the Student Committee win E. Willli D.La.. has Intro it for $2 a tree I'll never know! biscuits highly recommended by talks because"he seems new roadway 1.5 miles south of of a dresser drawer will makea City. Petition filed Aug. 26 by
for Travel to Cuba to trv to I duced legislation that would I had some trees that were t till the veterinarian as nourishing to have taken a rather Intense Polk City has been completed, snug fit for a loose screw Stokes

make Its case In an orderly clarify existing law and Rive bearing and I really didn't want and healthful, and he'd take 'dislike to me." He said Maka- the State Road Department announced -
fashion combined to Drevent a the government a more solid them pulled- but at those prices one sniff and turn away In dls- autos' "threw monkey wrenches today.
oefitton of last year's rucku foundation on which to regulate I couldn't afford not to." gust. With pleading eyes he'd :Into the machinery." Road Board member WarrenM.
The student created Cason said the road designated INVESTMENT SECURITIESSTOCKS
group no travel. scratch on your leg and say,
disturbance but a member of There has been no action, BE YOURSELFThe "Phooey on this stuff! Clmme Acheson acted on President as SR S-655, extends
the American Nazi Johnson's behalf additional from State Road 559 approximately BONDS, MUTUAL FUNDS
party however on the bill and It Is reason everyone loves some steak. No shame no as an
shooed out of bl!< seat in the doubtful whether there win be babies, old folks and animals pride no self consciousness middleman along with 1.9 miles south of Polk REGISTERED REPRESENTATIVESJ.

-"J.nv 'hi...... 1.1.'A'" .I... ,.,.,... session. uninhibited. They are absolutely got it.Wouldn't. during the talks. The purpose for three miles Tkemm M. Sheridan
KhrushchevEnds In September 19W a federal themselves at all times. It be wonderful if was to work out some solution
Work Polk Counfy'i Old.it .rok.r.,. Firm
to the dispute between the on the $141,303 project
Take could be
grand fury In Brooklyn NY. a baby for instance It everyone absolutely
Indicted four participants! 'he doesn't like his breakfast hlmself-wlthout pretense? He'd J Creek and Turkish Cypriots to Included constructing a two lane
the Cuban trip of that In cereal he doesn't say, in effect, need no status symbols. He keep' Greece and Turkey from facility following the path of an ALLEN & COMPANY

1O-Day Nearly one year later, year they "No thank you, Mamma. I don't wouldn't have to try to keep I going to war over the Island. existing J, W.clay Allen road. 211 Eeit Unto. Stresslak.ls.d
still have care for any this morning." up with the Joneses. He might ]Doth Greece and Turkey are Construction
not been
tried Fiends Piece !MU Mil7M'CRORY'S
'members of the NATO Company of Lakeland was the
Allianceand
That He simply dumps the whole get Into all kinds of trouble If
Supreme case Court, If carried to the mess on the floor and laughs he were as frank, as honest allies of the United Slates contractor on the project
might lead
Czech Tour II final ludiclal determination to gleefully. If you try to forcibly and as (inhibited as a baby an

of the legality of spoon-fped him; you are likelyto oldster, or a dog-but everyone
the ben, get the whole thing In the face would love him.-(7)( ) We think
which
PRAGUE (UPI) Soviet Includes, besides Cuba, Take old folks.One day, some
Premier Nikita S Khrushchev Red China Albania, North Viet
the minister to GOLDEN
years ago, came AWT e
Saturday concluded a 10.day Nam and North Korea
call on our family Grandpaw I
visit to Czechoslovakia during answered the door nd escorted While the value to the citrus
which he accused Communist him secretly Into the parlor. Industry of the new Florida
China of blackmail and attemptIng HospitalNews Grandpaw didn't get a chance to Citrus Showcase building now

to dismember the Soviet talk to people very much and he under construction, has been 'SOG SM1MSl
Union. wasn't going to lose this opportunity widely chronicled, few Winter
His remarks on China were for a chat. The first our Havenltes realize fully the
trade at ceremonies In which mother knew the minister was benefits that will accrue to the
he and President Antonin No. I i In the house was when grand. community In fields other than
vtAny signed a Joint communi II I paw called out to the kitchen, citrus.

que FRIDAY'S ADMISSIONS hey, Mabel, bring me an apple General Manager Dob last-
Its contents were not made Winter Haven I want to show the preacher man, who ts not noted for his

public ImmediatelyBesides Mrs George Chandler Raymond how my new teeth work. apathy In connection with matters

China, the two Communist Galney, Baby Herbert Mother used to dread having pertaining to the new MEN'S AND BOY'S JACKETS
leaders were said to Schulti, Baby Jack Pirrfsh solicitors for the Red Cross, structure, points; out that the
have discussed plans tor a new Jr., Miss Dorothy Dickerson, the Church or charitable cau..scome whole building: ...IIJ provide I1
Kremlin peace offensive aimed to the door. Most of them 23,000 square feet of floor
Mrs Clyde M Johnson Jr.
,.t West Germany But Khrushchev were her personal friends or space, Part Of this will be
Mrs. Ollie
gave Peking a tongue Reynolds. Reginald fellow club members and work occupied by offices, shop area,
lashing Baker Mrs Ruth Ashbv, ers. Grandpaw used to like to kitchen or other functional nee LEATHERETTE

The Russian boss served notice Nicholas Monica, B. Y. Yon, ,answer the door and before essltles, but about 17,500
on the Chinese Communists Mrs Lucille Woodward Richard Mother could get downstairs or square feet will be available

that he intends to have a Hornor, Arthur Fufon B even knew anyone was In the for use as an auditorium or exhibit -
complete public airing of the J. Goods Sino-Soviet dispute. Eagle Lakes them In and begin to tell them
Khrushchev indicated thl Mrs, James A. Ford Jr. how poor we were He'd start Lay comparison, Nora Mayo _l fay 'tl.. REVERSIBLECORDUROY
would take place aa world Auburndale with the mortgage on the house Auditorium Is I'sllhan 10,000t
Communist summit conferencehe William Glass, Mn. Virgil and work down to how much t It t square feet In area. r
has called for next summer L. Walters, Mrs, Raymond 0, cost to feed a family of five The new hall will seat 3.000 't i'i ?4
"The leaders of the Chinese Wilkes. these days Once or twiceMother fat people or 3,500 skinny ones R f
Communist party are trying to Dundee arrived on the scene justIn 'In chairs, For dinner meetIngs \ I;)
time to keep the solicitor Involving tables of 18,
form some kind of a magic circle Mrs Leslie Waters
from clipping grandpaw a five about 1,200 can be accommodated -
and blackmail the fraternal
Haines
City dollar bill as she wiped a tlarfrom including both tat and
parties "by theatenlng themwith Babv Teresa Collins, her eye. The contributionto skinny I 2.99 TO 10.99
a rift, Khrushchev said .1 i
"Things have so far the cause always had to be This means that: --ail y ,j-
gone
FRIDAY'S DISMISSALS twice what It normally would A. Large conventions can be
that the Chinese leaders are Winter Haven 'have been In order lokf'f'pthemfrom booked
making territorial I claims and
Paul J. Albright Norman sending us a Salvation D. The Ice Follies can be
one suggest wonders the dismemberment that they do not of Anderson, Master Robert Avil- Army Christmas basket. staged In Winter Haven. (Yes,
Grandpaw was not ashamed the pipes will be In the floor)
ass' James 0. Blaylock, Mrs.
the Soviet Union, he said
When scoldvd for his C. Junior
behavior, College basketball
Edward Campbell Jr. and Infant
-
Earlier In Khrushchev's visit
,he'd say "All she wanted was games can play to a large au
to Czechoslovakia son, C II. Carpenter
there
were ,money I was trying to softenher dience.
indications that a top item on Mrs. Roy Creel and Infant son, 1 j up for you." D. Boxing matches, roller
the conference agenda! might be Mrs. Willis Dix, Mrs. Douglas skate derbies, six day bicycle

efforts to ease tensions arising Durdon and Infant son Master NO CONSCIENCEDogs races, national table tennis

from the division of GermanyThe Thomas Fagan Mrs. Veda matches, auto shows(500 cars),
announcement In Bonn Gerlach, Mrs. Harry Grice are absolutely without plays (maybe the Little Theater

this week that Khrushchev had Frank Harris Mrs. lola Jones, pretense or consciousness can be revived), dog shows,
accepted an Invitation from Miss Merle Johnson, Mrs Joe Our dog, Pogo, when he was a large dances with name bands,
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard to W Lyle Master Alvin B. six inch long puppy, could have big time symphony concerts,
visit West Germany seemed to been described as about pound famous speakers
Meadows II, W. F Morrison, or perform
confirm thisAnother Mrs W II Murphrry. Mrs and fur with a half total of elongated Irresponsibilitya black era, are all within the realmof \\(4- ALL RUBBER LATEX
Indication was the Emma Parks, Mrs Early C I possibility for Imaginative
( either end. ,
presence In Prague of the foreign promoters, thus providing a
Peck. Milton
ROM mine, Master
ministers Bulgaria, Hungary When he loved you and he partial answer to an old question -
Charles Saylor, Mrs. Roy FLAT WALL
and Poland. Officially, always was madly In love with In Winter Ilaven-"What Is PAINTi
.
they were said to be on vacation E Shelton Master Larry everybody and everything e there to do In the evening'''' i
Whitley made no bones about It, }le'd There Is no doubt that the
But Western experts said Dundee Jump on your lap and IlurpyouIn new Citrus showcase building
Khrushchev certainty would Mrs Vlllifred heyAuburndale the face at every opportunity. (which Incidentally will also

want to confer with his East When you put him In his: house the Citrus Museum) will
European allies If he were planning Mrs. Verbon Brown and In. j paper carton with the high wallsat : be a tremendous ssset to theo GYM SHORTS

a new Initiative on Germany fant daughter Mrs. Talmadge night, he never hesitated tu community. Choice
Cargo ;let you know that he didn't In tact, with our new night of
like It As a result of his pitiful clubs the new auditorium the

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Sunday,, September 6. 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FlORiDA Paq True



Florida AgExtension \the Weather--Local./ State And Nation/. I SUN. thru WED.




To 9( Sate



Note 50th YearThe Quantity Rights
N.W.
Reserved 836 Sixth Street

Florida Agricultural I:.It-
tension Service will mark Its
SOU Anniversai > Year at Its ALL DAYBe
annual conference Sept. 15-w .. We Will
with ---- ,
a look
into the future Labor
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, pres. Day MONDAY"HOOD33"
ident University of Florida
Open
will open the conference with an 0 *

anniversary address Mfhlight- rO .
log the past and the present ? wAEM 9d
In cooperative Extension work. "'KELLOGG'S'I
Dr. M. 0. Watklns, directorof 1 yARM
the Florida Agricultural Ex-

tension Service, will point up LIQUIDBLEACH CORNFLAKES
Extension's y
responsibility in
putting Operation DARE -- the Q. /OweQl/ o
University of Florida's new
concept In developing agricultural 9- '- ,&/
resources effectlvely-

to work.K. WEATHER -- A bit of brisk fall weather was forecast for \upper New England this weekend,
M. Gllbralth, marketing but the rest of the nation should enjoy warm weather and sunny skies except for scattered
specialist, will review market- showers across the southeast and Texas and In Montana and Wyoming I
Ing considerations In Implementing
DARE. Extension specialists -
C. W. Reeves J. E. rs

Jamison Pace, F.J.P.R.Lawrence Henderson, F.E.W.s. School BoardIs Lutherans To IntroduceNew

McElwee J. S. Moore,and T.C,
Herndon will Interpret DARE QT.BR.. 8.OZ.

projections In dairying, livestock Cited ByMcCutcheon School CurriculumAfter
fruit crops, vegetables PKG
field crops, ornamentals, poultry
and forestry as they apply eight years planning, for educational personnel. In
to county Extension programs writing and testing, a totallynew Florida, a seven member team
Clifford Alston Extension curriculum will be Introduced met with 800 persons last MarchIn
economist will present man next Sunday, Sept. 13, a series of IS coaching conferences *
agement considerations In relation The chairman of the Polk In the 6,200 congregations that Additional meetings (LIMIT. 2 WITH YOUR S! OR MORE FOOD ORDER PLEASE> I LIMIT.. 2 WITH YOUR $1 OR MORE FOOD ORDER, PLEASE.)

to DARE. County Commissioners, wil- make up the Lutheran Church are planned< for 1965 to Intro-
Dr. Edgar J. Doone, assistant mer McCutcheon,today issued a In America. duce the new Vacation School "CAMPBELL'S" "SHURFINE"EVAPORATED
director, North Carolina statement of commendation to The program will Involve one materials and second year
Extension Service and Dr. the Polk County School Board hundred congregations In Flo- courses.

Margaret C. Browne director, on the eve of the opening of the ---
rida.Five TOMATO
division of home economics, Junior college areas are Included coy
Federal Extension Service will Said McCutcheon,: ering the Sunday Church School,
discuss the scope and Importance The Board of County Commissioners the Weekday School Religion, Court Rules
of agricultural and of Polk County extend the Vacation Church School, a
home economics Extension programs their congratulations to the Polk Family Education program for SOUPTALL MILKS
County School Board for their parents, and a Leadership Education Must
One conference session will efforts In establishing our Polk series Maddox
center on consumer education
The traditional catechetical
County Junior college
with Mrs. Virginia Schroeder, The County Commissionershave program for children Is now
director of Standards Brands, standardized at three years,beginning
long felt that the educationof
Inc., test kitchens,of New York, at the seventh grade Admit NegroesATLANTA
our youth to the highest level
Dr. Ralph A. Eastwood and of their ability Is one of our level. Three years will be [S
Mrs. Gladys Kendall,Extension necessary to produce the entire
finest assets We believe that
(UPI-A) federal
marketing specialists,present- curriculum. This year's texts
log Extension's opportunities the chance given to many students begin at the third grade level. court ha* ruled that Lester
for for college level work will Maddox cannot his Pick-
consumer education. The next grade In each depart- reopen
Ralph Horst, Florida State reflect a better way of life ment will be ready by September rick restaurant, once noted for CAN
Department of Agriculture will among our !people In Polk Coun- of the following year. its fried chicken, unless he include CAN

emphasize what consumers ty.We Another Innovation was to Negroes in his list of
need to know about food stan particularly feel that the product the materials in units customers.
dards. Caroll Lamb and timer vocational aspect of the junior rather than dated by the week. "I'm still under the heel of
G. Close Florida State Depart college win lend ever Increasing Conformity will be achievedby the tyrants," commented Mad. LIMIT 4CYPRESS
ment of Agriculture will Introduce benefits to the labor standard beginning the school year in doe. The fiery segregationist ILIMITi' I WITH YOUR II OR MORI FOOD ORDER 'LIASE.o. .'
Extension workers to of Polk County We have been Mid-September but teachers chose to close his restaurant --:...
the SunFLAvor seal of quality conscious of the fact that imall will have some freedom to expand rather than admit Negroes The GARDENS FROZENLEMONADE
program.Dr. industries coming or planning or condense the units to action brought on the nallon'sfirst "GOLDEN RIPE"BANANAS
Hervey Sharpe will out- to come to Polk County, have meet pupil needs and Interest. test of the civil rights
line the organization and opera. shown a hopeful interest In the Promotion of the programhas law'i public accommodation
lion of Extension's Information vocational training program at been under "way for several section.An .
Project the college level or other ed- years through area meetings attorney for Maddox said
br, E. T. York, Jr., provost ucationd levels With industry an opinion filed by two of the
for agriculture, University of becoming more mechanized and Judges, differing somewhat
Florida will speak on the topic using ever more complex ma. Johnson from the majority, but concurring
"Meeting the Challenge of chinery additional training will Talks meant his client would win
Tomorrow." be more and more necessary to his appeal to the U S. Supreme
Extension workers will takea retain good job-holding security Court

look at the program development In Detroit Judge Griffin Bell of the U S.
process as seen by Dr. We feel that the future of 5th Circuit Court of Appeal, along .
Boone and Dr. J. Nell Rauda- Polk Junior CoHece will assure with District Judge Frank
baugh, research coordinator, all of us that this move has been Hooper said Maddox should be
Federal Extension Service Dr. one of the most beneficial additions On Labor ordered ',o serve Negroes only
Shaw E. Grigsby, and Dr. AltoS to the living standard Day because he served or offered to
Straughn, Extension training growth of Polk County serve interstate traveler. 6OZ.
specialists. A panel ohtatnndcounty
will WASHINGTON UPO- President Two other Judges on the appeals LB.
personnel present FIREMEN "SOCKED" Johnson will address a court, Chief Judge Elbert CAN
case studies related to actual
county program development. UTICA, N.Y. (IUPI-When Labor Day rally in Detroit Tuttle and District Judge Lewis
Mrs. Susan C.Campand Miss neighbor reported he smelled Monday In what either mayor R, Morgan, aid Maddox should
Izola Williams, extension nutritionists smoke coming from the apart may not be the formal open- be enjoined because a substantial \
will discuss the new ment of Robert Miller the fire log of his election campaign part of his food had moved
figures in a revision of recommended department dispatched two fire The Unite House announced In Interstate commerce
dietary allowances.The engines, a truck, a deputy chief Friday the President would fly Bell and Hooper argued that -
and two police ears to Detroit Monday for t ftve- Congress exceeded Its constitutional
hour trip that will Include an authority In using the lat CENTER
FLA. GRADE CUT
A
The firemen awakened Mil.
address at a Cadillac Square ter ground The Judges declaredIt
number of marriages In i ler. 20, who told them he had rally sponsored by the Wayne would mean congressional
the United States and Canada put a pair of sock in the oven County AFL-C1O. control of every restaurant In a
was greater In 1963 than In the 1 to dry. It has been traditional since
state "no matter how small or FRYER PARTS
year before according to statisticians In their report the firemen the days of Franklin D. Roosevelt remotely located" PORK
at Metropolitan Life said the fire was confined to for Democratic president Bell said the government us
Insurance Co the socks lal candidate to open their
ing the
argument of food traveling
campaigns with a Labor Day in Interstate commerce, also C
speech In the auto city. But should the restaurant affected
prove Thighs Legs
White House Press Secretary
old afraid; i'l wuU' (... i It Irflenttte commerce In
I I. the days sus wire t. George E. Reedy told reporters CHOPS79
hurt. Today the '.*, It th.t ikt will tale It t. sears that "I am not calling this some interstate other way customers, such *i serving Breasts (with rib) 49

t campaign trip. He Is going
Sidney Schell. an attorney for
TONITE IS THE KITE TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIESI! out to Detroit to"deliver a Labor Maddox, laid, "I think that is
Day speech.
the most reasonable Interpretation .
So far the White House has LB.
PEN 1%:45 P.M. Continuous Shows from 1 1:00: P.M. tot Issued any campaign schedule of the set that I hive heard
SUNDAY and SATURDAY for Johnson. There have by any" person yet, Including

OPEN 1-4S P M, C.n l....i Sarre Ins J ..... MOM. the. HI.erre '. been no Indications when a Judges
A citation of civil .
contempt I
schedule .
might be announced.But
gamut Maddox was Indefinitely
when Reedy was asked
Now Showing e whether the government or the continued by the court The citation CHUCK
Democratic (charge Maddox refused SWIFTSWEINERS
TODAY MiniTUESDAY party would pay
to several before
the expenses for the flight serve Negroes
aboard the he decided to clou
presidential Jetliner
LIKE IOIINSON CIUSOI SHI LIVID AN be said he will let newsmen o
INCIEOIILI ADVINTURI ON A LOST ISLAND! know If and when the bill
Is sent to the party treasurer.The About 3.000000 slaved were I
declared free under Lin. <>in r
A CIHL'f INCREDIBLE ADVENTURE ON A LOST ISLANDI) Democratic National Emancipation Proclamation of STEAK59CLBe I
Committee
receive the bill
Jan I. 1193 The Proclamation
whenever the
While
House deCides -
island declared free forever the
slave
& a trip by the President
> Is primarily political. In the In Arkansas. Txa. Louisiana, Full!! Lb. Pkg.
. past Johnson has been knownto Mississippi Alabama. Florida
tttBlue Oeoriia' South Carolina
nntn sun leave his regular Jetliner at North
,eMl xel lEbt teacl.lsa r home and take Carolina and Vlr'lnla.'VINTEI.HAVEN .
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Winter Haven Daily News.Chiefw. The Lighter THE FRUIT OF THEIR LABOR AN EDITOR'S

E. RYNEftSON. E i .r.Publ.W
JOHN W. RYNHSON. Amttant U lK. Publlihot

Published d.ily I."t( Saturday by th* Winter H.... SideBy NOTEBOOKBy
PubUhmq C.., lie, I It/ Ird Str..l, N.W., WlM.r Haven. FUr.de

CHARLES GOSHORN .......1 "Men.ger
DICK WEST

JACK 8EAHAN Auot.ele Ed.ior United Press International ,'. : ..

PETER J SULLIVAN Ad.art;.ma "M'n"9tf WASHNGTON (UPI-We are JOHN D. LOPP
truly living in a vicarious oclrty :
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE Ghostwriters substitutes ;
,
510..... I 1 Attecilttt, Inc Chica,., III \, ". ,', .. .:.: '; ;(
alternate, understudies. pro* .
A Bomb Blast And A Tolling Bell
Enip, d ti S.:and Clot Mill M.Her S.pt. t. lf4 .t .... Poit Olfin lea stand-Ins and other typesof .;' ; ; ,

,n Winter Hare, florid, und.f .ct 0'( "March 2, II79 supernumeraries flourish and A home-made bomb exploded In a newspaper office In Jackson,

abound these days Miss. last week. It did little physical damage No lives were lost,
;-A\-. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU I would not hazard a guess no Injuries resulted
\\1i11' as to how far this trend mightgo But the damage to the nation was Incalculable
e...' ... OF CIRCULATIONS but something happened to '*....t crude bomb, thrown by some loathsome fanatic, blastednot
... me this week that may have ,a newspaper but a fundamental American concept, a Constitutionally -

MEMBER approached the perimeter guaranteed right and a long-cherished privilege of all

'Ae iv. Mmb r UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL A lady press agent called ) Americans,
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Un.l.d. P.... It .ttl.d to the ute from Hollywood and asked w;? P R s qrI This writer does not personally know Hazel Brannon Smith who

ASSOCIATION car r.publiulioa. .f all lout nw4 print would I like to Interview Cara owns that paper, but he acquainted with her writings, which have I
m< ed m this ne.tpaper .< will .t all UPI, Williams, a television actress won for her a Pulitzer Prize as well as the Golden Quill Award ,
lijwi I Diip.tchi. who is about to be launched in for fearless journalism. I,
-- ---- ------
ADVERTISING DEADLINE a new situation comedy serlm This column admires her courage although It Is In hearty

CLASSIFIED DZPARTMENTi As you may be aware. the networks disagreement with many of the policies she espouses.
By the Word: S P.M. Pre.iou. D.y, ly tho Inch, 3 P.M. Pr.Vioul. D.y frequently send actors Press dispatches Indicate the bombing may be the result of her
Uaol Notice.: S P.1.4." Prtvioui. Dy, Sunday. Ed tion DetdU. Friday and actresses around the country T'% editorial condemnation of the murder of the three civil rights
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: to talk with television cor I yt d"i workers In Mississippi. And make no mistake about it, this writeris
Su..dy Ed '.on-J P.M. Thursday. : Monday Ed t.n; -J P.M. Friday: umnlsts and otherwise publicizenew as shocked, as disgusted and as alarmed over that ruthless
Tu.lJey. Ed tion Noon Sturdy.
: Wednetdiy, Thursday and Friday
Ed,tioit-) F'.M. Two Days in Ad.ence. shows savagery as Hazel Brannon Smith can possibly be.
I don't happen to be a television 1 Violence In any form--be It senseless murders in Mississippi,
Member. Southern. N..ippr Publtthcrt. Attocittion columnist, but 1 don't rn savage rioting and looting on city streets, or barn-burning In a

Member" Florida Pro.. Allocution .. stand on technicalities if I have Kentucky countrysidebegets only continuing violence.
---- SUBSCRIPTION- ----RATES-- -- - reason to believe an interviewwill Violence, uncontrolled, leads only to anarchy, and anarchy to
of all rights and all liberties, under the
the eventual supresston
By Carntr or Mtil be culturally and Intellect
y..., ( ".20; t months, |f. 10: i months. $4.SS; I month 1.55: ually stimulating. \ iron hand of an all-powerful dictatorship.
wotlily, IS coots SinqU Copiei: Daily, I coils: Sunday. 10 ....,.. ".. Miss Williams pretty" I r \ But whether Mrs. Smith was right or wrong In her castigation
of those responsible for the Mississippi slaylngs Is not at Issue
TELEPHONE CY,.... 1.2 "I asked 0 1rYt now.
--- ------- "Yes, indeed the press ti The only Issue Is that a stone has been torn from the bluwark

agent" said "A beautiful red. of the twin freedoms of the Right to Speak and the Right to Know

A Thought For head. by that midnight marauder who fashioned and threw that home-
Today"That "
"Okay, I said, "III do ft made bomb
When will she In
be Washing Under the American heritage, created out of the blood, the

ne should be (live) to the praise of Hi* ton. rlA coal r sacrifices and the dreams of those who brought this nation Into
"I was coming to that, the being, all men have the right to speak, to think and TO DISAGREE
glory who flint trusted (hoped) in Christ Eph. 1:12 .
press agent said, "This is a different Idea
They have the right to challenge a speaker, question an ,
The aim of it all is "that in the ages to come he kind of personal appearance protest a philosophy and to reject any concept with which they do

might show the exceeding riches of his grace in kindness tour.' Miss Williams" her. -- --- .- not concur.
elf won t be there. That right Is the cornerstone of democracy Without it, there
"
toward us In Christ Jesus. ( Eph. 2:7): ) 1.
How's that again'Miss Letters To can be, and will be, no freedom, no rights -- no right to even think
-Dr. Albert L. Curnttt Williams doesn't like ;: Send Political LettersThe the thoughts one chooses.
to fly so she h staying here In Today those rights have vanished in almost half of the world as

Hollywood We have arrangedfor peoples, like so many robots, parrot the Communist party line
another redhead to repre Daily News-Chief invites letters from its readers The EditorDear obey the party dictates, think only the thoughts permitted by the
News Chief EditorialsAn sent her In an the cities she discussing the issues of the presidential campaign. All party.
would have visited if she had letters will be published if space permits And those rights can vanish here Deny any man his right to

been making the lour herself. We will give equal space to supporters of each presidential Editor: speak and think, as long as he speaks with the honesty of his

Old Saying 'We will have a redhead In candidate if possible However, we should point : I have noticed a conspicuous convictions, and the liberties we love and cherish are diminishedby
.
out that 85 cent of the letters received far
Washington call on you and you per so are silence on the International the extent of that denial.
There is an old, old saying that goes like this- can ask her the same questionsyou pro-Coldwater. x scene. Have You noticed It too? That crude bomb tossed through the window of a print shop In

"No one is going to kill Santa Glaus! ," and we have would have asked! Misi Wil Contributors are asked to avoid points and arguments :: While the International Communists confused and unhappy Mississippi cannot-and must not--be permitted -
liams' already published in other letters Our rules are t s: are toirlv to silence the voice of Hazel Brannon Smith, else It
come ,to the conclusion that this sum up the attitude "That sounds wonderful," I good taste, brevity and accuracy: Long letters have less f their condemnation thunderous of Cold-In establishes a pattern where other voices can likewise be silenced

of many people toward Johnson and Humphrey in re- said "It should be almost as chance of being published than short, concise met. You :; water, they seem to find little And who Is to say which newspapers may be bombed and which

lation to the election this Call The Republicans will much fun as peeking through a must sign your name-It doesn't have to be used r. about Johnson to criticize. permitted to continue to publish. The moronic bomber sulking

have keyhole with a glass T V:;, : Even when Johnson temporarily over real and Imagined Injustices
to come with something bennies telling the eye.
up True to the took a Goldwater -- like The Leadership of the Right? The articulate dreamers of the
script red
people of the mis-deeds of Johnson and the ultra-lib haired young woman ,came a to stand In the Bay of Tonkin, Mao Left? Those of in who seek the middle of the road positiononce

eral leaning of Humphrey. The public brushes all\ that call on me. Ecumenical Document Urges Tze-tung and Khrushchev raised called Moderate?
Shall Americans for Democratic Action make the decision to
"I'm Jackie Parsons little more than a murmurof
aside as if it didn't count. she protest, although ImmedIately who shall speak and who shall be silenced? The Council on
raid
"and
I'm here
The art of politics, as played by Johnson and his Cara, Williams for your before that they had been Foreign Relations? The Ku Klux Klan? The Democrats ot the
interviewIt Jewish-Christian 'Reunion'VATICAN of the South? The Republicans? The Prohibitionists0
blasting Goldwater North or
running-mate, makes the voter foil that it is perfectlyall turned out that Miss Parsons and for as a fascist The John Birch Society?

right to have Americans upend themselves into Is employed at the local warmonger that this nation merely take suggesting a- The answer of course must be "None of these," individuallyor
gas works She moonlights CITY (UPI-) An An Ecumenical Council
occasionally com collectively
slavery It makes the person who objects to carrying firm stand in defense of her-
and landed this Job apparently modified text of the munique on the original text self. No matter how analyze Silence the voice of Hazel Brannon Smith and all the other
the financial burden of the communist-ridden United through a secretarial agency Ecumenical Council documenton said "no other motive will be the PT boat Incident you it voices which speak from her viewpoint- bomb out her plant

Nations look like a mental deficient And suggesting MUs Panons is not as pretty relations between the Roman read Into it (the document) does not make sense Militarily, and the plants of all those who speak as she speaks- and you

I that we should throw the communists out of this hem- as Miss Winiam'i picture, but I Catholic Church and Jews than that of the all-embracing it was ridiculous. solve nothing
doubt that MIlS Williams is as has been circulated to bishopsand love of the late Pope John, who Politically, It offered no hope If they can be silenced, either by the cringing violence of a
isphei is almost treasonable However( when the man pretty as Mint Williams' picture archbishops, it was learned himself had wished that the of gain to the Communists, cowardly nocturnal bomber or by any other force, then no publication

plays Santa, and he has a helper who can even out- either In fact Miss Williams Saturday theme be prepared for the coun Then why was It done? Perhapsthe no voice, no thought and no individual Is safe from the

I Santa, Santa Claus (the two of them with $180 billions may not be as pretty as Miss The new document althoughstill cil fathers" cause of the act can be same harassment and the same fat",
Parsons' picture sitting that there Is no deduced by examining the effects This Is Intended as no blanket endorsement of the philosophiesexpounded
,f to spend as they plt'81it) seems an almost impossiblefeat Anyway, it was an interesting Biblical basis fur hatred or per.srcullon The dot'ument-which complete text of the original of the act Three months by Mrs Smith. In this column's opinion her ]uum at

to defeat this pair. Interview and I Intend to tune of Jews, lays emphasison than 70 lines in Latin ran less before our national electionsthe or lack of it, Is only exceeded by her unquestioned, if at times
In "The Care William show" hopes for a Jewish "reunion was Communists create an incident foolhardy, courage
every week provided -I tan' with the Christian faith never released, but the official that Is certain to have It Is Intended, however, to uphold her God-and-Constltutlonally

Opens Tuesday get someone to watch it for me Church observers said this communique made no mentionof one effect In this country, to given right to speak as she chooses, write as she wishes and to
"reunion" between Jews and
-- particular emphasis although unite the public behind the stand where she chooses to stand.
Tuesday morning the doors of Polk Junior Col- always a Christian precrptwas Christians presidential Incumbent Voltaire perhaps put the Idea better when he declared AI.

lege swing open for the first classes, and the bigin AlmanacBy bound to draw protests The new document, according The conspicuous silence be- though I do not agree" with what you say, I'll defend to the death your
from the Roman Catholic fiber to Vatican sources, text. hind the Iron curtain Is particularly right to say it,
rung of an educational program and institution that als who hailed the original text ually: says interesting when one The right to think, to speak and to write, cannot be abridgedby

many have dreamed of for )'('al'8. About a decade ago, Inllfd Press International a* an extremely Important stop All have the charge whether considers the fact that John- a home-made bomb or negated by threats or by actual physical

two Polk Countianseio talking about the possibilityof Today Is Sunday Sept, 6, the towards understanding with non) in the oral instruction to be son's platform condemns Com- violence.
Ho who seeks to still a voice in the defense of an individual
munism In
Christian faiths ( a deal
package
having such a school. On inquiry, it was found! to 250th follow day of 1904 with 118 to The new text, according to the given word and of In God.the preaching that they do of aimed at the John Birch primarily concept of a personal or social philosophy, strikes at the very

be }possible, though many things had to transpire The moon is approaching' it! source,. takes a more 'catholic not say or do other things Society) keystone John Donne of the rights it this he pretends to defend
put way:
before it could become lone, which would have the which could drive This apparent contradiction
a lealitj, Several later first tht'ht'arlr
away
years quarter.The effect of can be reduced to a relatively "No man Is an Island entire of Itself; every man Is a piece ota j
pleasing church con of the
the Polk County School Board! moved to conduct a morning stars are Jupiter scrvatlves Jews from possible simple problem In logic who continent a part of the main. Never send to know for who
Venus and Mar union with Christians: best the bell tolls, It tolls for thee"
study and ascertain what was will save the Interests of
necessary. ---- -
The evening star Is Saturn this country? A man who has And there is very little difference Indeed between the tollingof
Again many meetings were held and! the decisionwas Those born today are under the silent approval of the International the bell and the shattering roar of a midnight bomb.

I finally made to try for a college. The electoratewas \ the sign of Virgo Social work. Communists, or a Both sound a warning-.and perhaps a requiem-.for the basic

asked to vote on securing and supporting such a er Jane Addams was born on man whom the Communists say freedom upon which this nation has grown great and strong and -
this day free. 'I.
i-LYLAWYE is their bitter toe? .
school for our young people Had it not been for On this day In historyIn C. A. A,

Winter Haven, the proposal would have failed, but 1620, the pilgrims left

luckily an overwhelming vote was cast from this England In 1401 for President the new McKinley world. Dear Editor:: WSIR Program

progressive community. Then wheels were set in was shot and critically wounded Thote LegalTechnicalities In reading "M. R. Stecle's"

motion and this week will see the results-with the in Buffalo New York. ; Utter to you In Thursday evening e III 1100d Morning
In 1909, word was received 's edition, I I1&omll\ll 11] Mussel News
climax yet to come in the final placing of the college may state on ne lI.n On f. "a New' A Markets"
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pledge, and we know the community pledges with In 1962, the Soviet Union honest utienVh> "bother with -*uih "f"uard are clear ..iinalsof doenn comprehend what he 5 IIU News Headline 7 25 Good Moringd
us, again rejected Western has read. 00 Church un.tln Board 31 Mutual News
propos nil thut Doom
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Sunday, September 6, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS.CHIEF--WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA __ Pogo Five
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Princess Grace Denby Dale Bakes A Pie Court
Goldwater To Junior CollegeRegisters Ruling

To Attend
: For Company-A 5-Ton One


Visit TampaOn Greek WeddingMONTE X60 0 0In DENBY DALE, England days cutting up three teas of Backs Florida

CARLO. Monaco 4.z UPI) The people of Booby prime beef. Two Tons of potatoes
and UO
were peeled
Dale knew 200,000 visitors were
loin(UPI Prince) Princess Rainier Grace in Athens will coming, so they baked a piea square feet of pastry was rolled On StandardsA

Sept. 15 to attend the marriage of King Three Days that five-ton is.They. meat-and-paUto pie, out A for special. piecrust pie tin was built ina
Anne-
Constantine to Princess
shipyard and brought hereby
boast that it's the big-
(federal court has granted
Denmark the palace
Marie of ,
Registration at Polk County caul
Republican presidential candidate lest pie in the world ad no an order that will probably let
announced today. Junior College hit 960 The win be baked in a
Barry M. Goldwater will Friday.the body's giving' them much of pie the Florida citrus Industry continue
The prince already left l for final day for registering at the fairground
make hit first appearance in argument. huge oven Its
an high standards of Identity -
Florida since his nomination Greece Monday night in his without having to paa late Three butchers spent two here May, and pieces will be for concentrated orange
on Tuesday, Sept 15, according yacht the Albecaro. The princess registration fee. sold to pay the coat of making Juice.
to Florida Republican Chairman remained behind palace The official estimate for setting it. Denby Dalers have already
Tom Fairfield Brown. sources said then because she up the school and obtain- recovered part of their Inv_ The Florida Citrus Commission -
The champion of the conservatives Is expecting their third child. ing money from the state was Rescue Parties ment by charging 15 cents a general manager,
will make stops In Orlando However a communique announced 500 students for the first t head to let the curious lookon Homer Hoods, said Saturdaythat
Tampa and St. Peters today the former film someitor, although officials .i. while the butchers worked. ha has received copy of an
burg that afternoon. actress would fly to Athens on sist they can handle up tol.OOO. For reasons which nobody order by the FlfthClrcultCourt
"The details have not been an unspecified date for the Even the most optimistic private Cross JungleTo remembers the. people of Den- of Appeals In New Orleans, re-
worked out yet" Brown said. wedding. estimate of the school's by Dale cook up a huge pie gardli a joint motion by the
"However the present schedule president Dr. Fred Lenfostey, about once every 30 years and other parties of the litigation
calls for him to make stops was for only 850 students hold a fair to show it off. Seven for remand of current FDA
at the Orlando and Tampa airports listsTraffic Of the total number of students J Crash SiteRIO such pies have been made in standards of Identity for frozen
and then to travel by Trooper 969 are registered forday the past 176 years concentrated orange Juice.

motorcade from Tampa to St. classes for the and 391 are college.registered s i ir DE JANEIRO (UPI There's only one catch: oM- The action was the direct
evening
"
Petersburg Rescue parties harked their timers who remember Denby result of months of coopera-
There were 666 students accepted -
Brown said that Goldwater's LosesIn i Dale's last pie, which was
for full time work so way through the jungle Its tive efforts and negotiations
timetable will be worked out World War
more are ejected next Tuesday mile north of here today In the cooked up before tween officials of the com
"within the next few
"It Is hoped," Brown days said Wednesday and Thursday hope of finding survivors among II, say It tasted terrible mission and the FDA. lengthy

"that Sen. Goldwater will make Lions Talk the days for late registration the 39 persons aboard a BrailF- series of conferences followedthe
other Florida campaign The first classes at the new Ian airliner that trained Friday announcement earlier in the
appear- PeteTair
that the FDA would put
ances In addition to his flying school will start at 8 o'clock heM St. year
Into effect! standards of Identity
Tuesday morning
visit here Sept. 15. Sgt Dan-ell Jansen of the
Thus far there have been no for all Florida processed citrus
Most of the students signed
Brown said he also expects Florida Highway Patrol pre.
up for regular college parallel e reports of Americans aboardthe products. This would allow the
Rep. WIlliam Miller of New sented some figures concerning
downed production of concentrate which
plane.The
York the fatalities the courses. Killed In
Republican vice pres- accidents and on Fiery did not meet the higher requirements
idential nominee to make".ev- state's highways to members of Jet prop Viscount" operated set by the commission -
eral appearances" In Florida."It the Winter Haven Lions Club at by Braid's Vaip airline ,
Is also possible that former their meeting Friday noon at Huge Satellite was on the way here from the
president Dwight D. Elsen the Park Restaurant SHE REACHED INTO THE BACK SEAT AND After ho provincial capital of Vltorla, on Crash On 301 "We welcome the standards
hower and former vice president "There have been 1.001 fatalities M,is helped nut of her "H' Marline 1U,wm.n. 21 LognnxportInd the roast north of Rio, when for concentrate produced In other -
Richard M. Nixon will on our highways so far told polite she reached Into the back neat to ,put down It crashed and burned in the state, but felt that Florida
to Orbited But blowing around, and her car tlimbed tight feet up HAWTHORNE, Fla. (UPI-
come Florida for speeches this year, compared with 954 papers New Caledonia Mountains should be permitted to produce
the it wire in H utility pate A young St. Petersburg couple
during campaign Brown last gu\ a superior product"Hooks
for the tame period year. An airline spokesman said the
added. died In the flaming wreck of
said.
Sgt. Jansen stated.Emphasizing plane carried 34 and
passengers their north of here U.S.
that most accidents It's In TroubleCAPE Cuban Draftees To Be SchooledMIAMI a rrew of five. 301 late car Friday night on There was complete agreement -
Citrus Group are caused by some In- The scene of the crash was The victims were Identifiedas between the commission
fraction of traffic regulations, about five miles from the moun Joseph Vlnson Higgins, 23, and the FDA as to the terms
the speaker stated that we must KENNEDY (UPI) (( The Cuban military instruction Premier lain resort of Novo Frlburgo and his wife Anna Theresa, 30, sought by the Commission In
accept our responsibilities as America orbited As largest army s teenage draftee will Fidel nsll'laid Friday night but the jungle in the area ws of (1430 Woodlawn Circle) St. seeking authority to adopt and
Meets Oct. 6 6State driven if we are to halt this scientific satellite Friday night soon pet vocational and 'pre He a'\0 announced Cuba will so dense that rescue teams Petersburg enforce slate standards.The .
alarming Increase In highway but it ran into serious troubles unlvc ,ity' training along wlhFisherman's become 'the first nation In the were unable to reach the wreckage The Highway Patrol said that negotiations for the commission -
deaths early today that threatened to world" to start physical education Friday. at first It was thought that were handled by Its attorney
citrus processors will "The mental attitude of the ruin its mission to study space ('f its ('ommuniat.lndoctrln. Nine ambulances and a fleet three persons died In the D. Burke Klbler with
converge at the Citrus Experiment driver Is a very Important factor dangers to astronaut ated youth at the first grade of jeeps from Novo Frlburgo wreck But what was thought to Roderick K, f Shaw representingthe
Station in Lake Alfred to ," he told the group and The spacecraft a half-ton orbiting level. were standing by at the nearest be a body was charred luggage. Florida Canners Aisocla-
hear Florida Citrus Commission urged them not to let personal geophysical observatory Castro made the announce point to the wreck that could Police wert not able to determine tlon and Warren Hall, of Bar-
and Station personnel discuss feelings hamper good judgment called Ogo, failed to properly mrntj in a 75 minute sprech- be reached by road Scores of who was driving but tow as special counsel
the latest research developments while at the wheel of a motor orient itself with earth and one of his shortest-w hlch ignored citizens donated blood to the local they surmised the driver (ell "We are pleased with the
in citrus processing and Vehicle. failed to deploy a vital antenna Wharf HeavilyHit Frldiy'a Communist defeat hospital for possible emergency asleep at the wheel about 11:45: result of the agreement between
byproducts.The Sgt. Jansen reminded the and two long experiment in the Chilean presidential u.eMental. p.m., three miles north of here the commission and
15th annual meeting will Lions that 14 persons lost their booms elections The car hit I bridge abutment FDA," Hooks shad "We feel
be held Oct. 6, so new Information lives over the past weekend and However the craft did poiril The Cuban leader's address and burst Into flames that the Integrity of the commission
can be presented to processors that IT fatalities were expectedover Its big solar panels toward the By FlamesSAN before an assembly of grade continued 43 feet through the In regulating concentrate
prior to the start of the the coming Labor Day sun to give it power, and aev school teachers in Havana was Health air across a creek, turned over produced within the state
citrus season. weekend. "Drive carefully so eral! other antennas and booms monitored by UPI In Miami. and burned. of Florida has been preserved

'. Dr. H. J. Rietz, horticulturistin that you will not become one deployed automatically as FRANCISCO (UPI) l' \,1I1n1 a "new solution adJusted -
charge at the Station, win of these statistics," the speaker scheduled.As A spectacular blaze Friday H meet our needs," Cat
open the meeting More than concluded. soon as its problems be. night gutted a half block of Ira said the army-which began Unit To MeetThe
175 persons are expected. President Frank Sigman an- come apparent scientists commanded buildings on famous Fisher registering IS year-olds for The
Some of the topics which will mounced a meeting of the Ogo's altitude control man'i Wharf hlle hundreds of draft this week-will oversee
be discussed include the evaluation Board of Directors Tuesday system and its experiments to holiday revelers calmly ate both military and non.military first official meeting of
of a Hunter Citrus Col- night at 8:00: o'clock at First remain Idle until 9:15: a m. and drank nearby. education of the youths the newly formed Mental Health
orimeter by R. L. Huggart, associate Federal. EDT Monday when It will move t'nder the new program draftees Association of Polk County will
chemist. Since orange District Governor W. E. Cok within 23,0(10 miles of earth The general I alarm fire will enter 'military ten- be held at 8 p.m. Tuewiaj In
juice color Is currently deter. er presented his itinerary for close enough to attempt to correct burned out Sabe a'1 restaurant Seta of technological training or the Leisure. Doom of the Tampa
mined by visual examination the coming week and invitedall the difficulties. and night club two adjacent military centers of pre-unlveraJ- tlwHrle Company office Win
some industry members want Lions who could to accompany "Right now we're In trouble" souvenir shops and a marine ty training during the course of er lUvwi.
.such an instrument for object- him on his visitations to a space agency spokesman said hardware store (he three.ytar obligatory military Officers and directors will be U.S.
ively measuring juice color. The other clubs In the district early today. lie laid it was not service Castro explained elected at this meeting J. Mason .
Hunter Colorimeter was designed Immediately known if correc Two firemen were treated for The bearded Premier said Mines, chairman of the
for this purpose. lions were possible "but we're minor smoke Inhalation duringthe newly graduated teachers will structures committee will pre
Dr. S. V. Ting, associate Miller LaunchesContinued certainly going to try some fire. be sent back into the army to sent a draft of the proposed SAVINGSBONDS
biochemist, will present infor thing." The fire broke out on the take charge of the proposed educational constitution and by-laws, and
( From Page One) like giant fly second floor of the restaurant
matron concerning a natural Ogo shaped a centers program objectives for the
citrus antioxidant. h "unquestionably the most In. is America's most advanced at 1:35: p m It quickly spread The Castro regime began coming year will be adopted
A paper by Dr. J. G. Blair, fluential organization In our na unmanned satellite It was from a back room behind the drafting 17 to year-olds last
associate mechanical engineer, tion's capital attempting to placed In a near.perfect orbit cocktail lounge routing more March This week It began reHerlng |- A Interested d persons re invited
provides evidence that thiofur- subvert and transform our government that will take it 92,731 mites than ISO patrons It year-olds. to attend this meeting:
fural Is one of the substances into a foreign socialistic away from earth and then back Fire Chief William Murray estimated Castro's address contained on Business, civic and professional

formed in canned orange juice totalitarianism around the globe at a 175-mile damage to the buildIngs ly a passing reference to 'the ..nd organisations, are urged to
which contributes to the off- "Do we want a vice president altitude It will make one circuit at more than $500.000 Imperialists' He claimed Cu. delegates
flavor that develops in this from the Americans lor every 63 hours. ba'a economy Is "advanrln," Further Information can be
product during storage. democratic action which advocates Ogo carried 20 experimentsto and that milk and meat produc obtained by writing Mental
Rudolph Hendrickson associate diplomatic recognition of examine space radiation Pops ConcertsContinued lion on the Island Increased by Health, Post Office tins 1MT
magnetic fields, dust 14 cent this Winter Ha.
chemist will lead a tour Red China. which advocates space per year Haven
the admission radio noises from the sun and ---- -
to the experimental citrus feed of Red ( From Page One)
China to the United Nations Jupiter and a strange space
constructed at the
mill recently has been renamed to direct
which advocates removal of light that has baffled astronomers
Station the Pop Orchestra his season
After the noon break Dr. R. the travel ban so that Chinese for 200 years.Mather Klrsch arranged and conducted STETSON EXTENSION CENTER
A. Dennison, head of the Food Communist can come travel the two final concerts
through this ?
Technology and Nutrition de. country Plans of last season
partment at the Main Station "Well Lyndon Johnsondoes Rehearsals are now being
Continued From Page One)
(
Miller said
will give information on the held each Tuesday evening at
Cobalt irradiator on the University He accused the ADA of advocating dltlonal name brand franchises 1:11: in the band room of the (
of Florida campus ( U.S. recognition of the for the store. With'" additional Westweod Jr High School. All

The rest of the day will be "permanence and legitimacy of floor space, Comer said, area musicians are urged to ,
devoted to three papers con. communism in East Germany 'we will be able to show In participate No auditions aIIfl'HIIrY t
corning research In determining Do we want a vice president depth several 1 fine lines which '
the exact composition and who says that the United we now have no room to display. Pops concert are open to the \: \Ir I-
States should ." 10thifJjJiJ .
importance of the many constituents turn over Berlinto public free of charge Orch.tra .*- iJP I
In orange juice that give the United Nations "Mather .has always been one members are volunteer Classes Begin Sept. ;i'f f Thura. Evening 6:30-9:15
"Well of the loading retail stores In .
Lyndon Johnson
it good flavor The use of nat with money for music and other I
Does the Winter Haven area, Comr tii
n I II
ural flavor bettering materials '
stated. "We intend to keep expenses being provided by : ,
the taste of frozen the H I '
to Improve City Recreation Department
up with the potential of our (
concentrated orange juices will Simon KhouryContinued community and to give the best. and contributions from i
be discussed by M. H Dough possible selection of fine/furnl private citizens
erty, assistant chemical engi ( From Page One) ture in a store thai feature Th re has never been an ad- Sponsored by the
seer; R. W. Wolford associate one time held many national conveniences/ for our customers muMon Charge in the history
chemist and Dr. F. W. Wen water ski records of the organization

sel chemist In 1960 be took over the pro- RIDGE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION
duction of the show and has
MalaysContinued built It Into the finest of Its
kind In the world. Khoury, who
( From Page One) has also traveled widely promoting COLLEGE CREDIT CLASS NON-COLtlGI CREDIT (Diploma)
jured rose until quiet was re. the Gardens and water
stored temporarily.In skiing has made a score of "Psychology of Christian Personality" "History of Old Testament (I"
today's resumption of violence
television commercials. One Is
one victim was a 14- now currently on the air for a Taught I,: DR. ALIIRT t. CARNITT W lye> "V, J' DEAN "T"ON
year- ld woman believed to be national beverage distributor rM'1M: fM''
Chinese. She was beaten to Khoury's prowess and knowledge '::10.l:1S: fM
death by a frenzied mob. Chinese In water skiing have won

rioters retaliated and the him many awards during his "History of New Testament (I"
fighting spread. stay at the Gardens. He has been Cost: $10.00 Matriculation toe (if new student) $12.00
While the rioting raged here. a commentator on ABC's Wide Taught lyi RIV. 0. CHARLES HORTON
Malaysian security forces continued world of Sports. Tuition, per semester hour plus I coot of f leafs) and
eIUv9)0 rM'
their mopping up operations Upon returning to Europe '
against the alleged Indonesian Khoury will be an area sales t ya parallel reading

paratroop invaders to manager for Reap Drug c.Q. Coil: $2.00 Reghlialion Fee, per Semes
the north. He and his family plan to live
+ la farts. ier. $5.00 Tuition, per Semester plus teal:
New Arrivals
r of textbooki( ).
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O. TransportationContinued

Wilkes of Auburndale are the ( From Page One: Classes Held At
proud parents of a son weighing residents of tow lytag arise:
six pounds six and three- were moved from homes Inundated .

fourths ounces lions on September by several feet of floodwater t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
4 at I:2J a m. .
A son weighing seven City transporta oa. Including
pounds and one ounce was cross harbor ferry service to ,a
198 W. Central Aye. Winter Haven Florida
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born to Mr. sal Mrs. Jeta H. KovtooB sod the new territor < a
Reynolds of Winter Haven on let on the China maWand side

Sect 4 at 9:40 a..m.1IIIr. was paralysedTh .
sad Mrs. **M* lay Olympic torch on a na Ft f I.*OI-All OPENS CONVENTION a. bg o'' eras For Further Information, Please Contact Mr Earnest Walker, Registrar
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proud parents of a son weighing from Greece to Tokyo, burned ven'. r 'K ,', Ci. I .r i .1 4tlfrreNM First Baptist Church, Winter Haven, Florida Phone CY 44133I
qUa 'r. Wtt *'''!"s..p.[' .r "nor t"iIIC.
outside the
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Stiff Writer Moiorlcss Flight Catches On

For the few month, the
past s
most frequent air traffic at the Thanks To Two Young Women"I
old Barlow Air Bate hat been
from planet without enginesor I guess he finally went have been attempting since long
propeller. ahead and got his driver's U. before the Wright brothers: they
And if you think that UIIUHUal cense" Pat said, 'but the last have discovered and used the
brother you aint heard I heard he was more InterestedIn same principles that birds use
nothing yet: The pilot.. more flying," when they fly,
often than not, are a coupleof And Bertha Hutchinson of
Hawks, Eagles and buzzards
good-looking glrli! Tampa, who I hi so short shehas fly without using their willi'once
The strange craft-which retemble to wear special boots so
they are In the air And
the U-2-are known assailplane she can reach the rudder pedals -
they fly for fun, not because they
and the good looking Is a student of both power have to.Bolh .
pilots are licensed instruct planes and gliders but can'tdrive
on with their headquarter at an automobile. birds and sailplanes stay
the base Soaring seems to attract In the air because they don't
Flying a sailplane I. called many professional pilots, but glide down ts fast as the air
soaring. and soaring is the newest they are not always the bestIn they are flying in rises.
and the fastest growing air sailplanes.
sport Sailplanes are actually very
Soaring li different from "Doc McFall owns Davis efficient gliders. It takes them
gliding In that a sailplane will Island Flying Service in Tampa longer to loose altitude than it
"soar upwards on rising air and Tom "Sled" Reesor Is takes a glider, so if a sail Nas4
Is in a strong updraft it
plane tion.'V
current, sometime as high as his chief Instructor,
will be carried with the air.
nine miles. white a glider elm McFall has been flying for up
ply ",lide." down. only a short time, while Reesor These updrafts come from
Harriet Wladyka and Pat U an military pilot with severfcl two main sources wind deflected -
Hange, who own and operate 'thousand hours Both started upwards when it hits the
Lenox Flight School at the base, soaring about the middle' side of a cliff or a row of
say that almost anyone can of March, and come to the baseat trees, and "thermals" causedby
learn to fly like a bird In a least once a week to relaxin unequal heating of the earth's i a
sailplane the sailplanes. surface,
And to prove It. they will McFall holds the local recordfor These thermals -- hot air
show you two of their students endurance: he has stayed caused by a hot spot on the
who can't drive a car but can aloft for over five hours But ground are cone shaped and
fly. veteran Reesor picked up his
usually lopped by a puffy white
Sammy Poole III, son of the nickname "Sled" because. whenhe cloud. :
owner of Bartow Aviation, 10 la in the sailplane it always
back down to the frequentlyspot ...
bed a sailplane recently on just glides Sailplane pilots
the day before his 16th birthday airport. birds spiraling In these _
The next day, on his 16th thermals and follow them, often : :
birthday he soloed a regular Sailplane designers have many miles up. t- TwrnrAI

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I halo. Harriet sits In It to steady it. Tow rope Is 200 foot polyethylene, his chief Instructor The pair comes to the base to soar every week.
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: 2 Klansmen Acquitted Reuther Plans Dr. Smythe Featured In Medical Bulletin I


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'Intensive'UAW Haven Is the subject of the cover riii i )

In Slaying Of Negro page article In this month's I i.it _
I Issue"M.AloslAssoclatlonBulletin.of th*Imperial Polk County

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ParleysDETROIT His photo Is carried on the I a ,
DANIFLSVULE::, Ga (UPI Johnson said lackey would not front of that bulletin and several I! I
--_- -A jury of white men fate be tried during !this term of Inside p.ps. are devoted to his r I. .
I Friday night found two Ku court Earlier he indicated (UPI) United career, his tamlly and his hob : !
Klux Klansmen innocent: of the Lackey may not be tried if Auto Workers union President bI...
merit rider slaying of a prominent Sims and Myers were freed Walter P Reuther planned to The maajastne, which refersto I
Washington D r. Negro The state based much of I its conduct intensive bargainingon Dr. Smythe as the "dean of
educator on a lonely Georgia ease upon an alleged! confession major iasues" with Chrysler Polk County physicians," de-
highway by Lackey Implicating Sims Corp negotiator four days before voles the front cover and four

The verdict brought scattered and Myf'''. Lackey repudiatedthe a strike deadline page to the Doctor.Dr. .
applause from spectators inside confession but It was ad The deadline In 10 *. m. Smythe was born In ReadIng lflifl"Till
/ the dilapidated courtroomThe milled into evidence over Wednesday Penn, 42 years ago the
v defendants, Rmther Friday night told re magaalne article says. He spent !
. Joseph How. strong defense objections Tht'pNlllt't'ution >> .
ard Sims. 41. and Cecil William also introduced a potters "I Intend to spend summers In Avalon, N. 1?.
Myers, 25, were almost warmed confession from Guest who said more (hours al the bargainingtable where he developed a love of the
lI l--- under by well-wishers Their the defendants told him they beginning tomorrow." The sea.
He was drafted at the start
wives sobbed had shot at Peon union president said that meanIngful
of World War n, but instead
"1\\ was the only verdict they The state had demanded the progress had been madeIn sent he
of being overseas was
could bring and be fair," said death penalty for Sims and subcommittee.* and the night sent back to college Before
I Sims who admitted he had Myers saying the "honor of the session was encouraging being drafted he had been studyIng -
---- been worried when state Asked If the union was willing
-- the lury of Georgia is on trial premed
I deliberated more than an hour This was Just as much an assassinalHin to spell out exactly whatit After completing college at
after lt< return from tupper as when President would nI' an economic the University of Pennsylvania,
: The panel!, composed largely of Kennedy wa shot down by a package before settling, Reu where the army sent him, he : \1'1': ni AMIf v ThJ phati of Dr and Mrs John
farmers, merchant and factory rifle' )her said yes He added the finished his premed requirements W ',mvtho and (tamll') i Ins i Vt lilt, i Haven i I' one of several pictures j
workers. actually considered Two Negro reserve" officers union was willing to bargain at Cornell Illustrating a rovor, pato ai n.. in on the local ph\sl\\'Jln featured
the case three hours and riding with Penn who was with a give and take spirit By the time he graduated from In this month'1- Imperial Polkc ounn Medical Association Bulletin
r ra rd five minutes driving said the something company negotiators ..
vilim was shot Jefferson Medical College In ---------- -
I The Jury remained Impassive by two shotgun blasts fired have called for since Philadelphia he was the proud buried In the Wolf Creek Cemetery
when the verdict was read from a passing car Chrysler was picked III this father of two daughters.In Gen. RidgwayAt ,
I O-l.UVLI'I1'D Judge Carey Skelton had them Defense witnesses testified vear'i strike target Aug 26. 1952, Dr. Smythe enlistedIn Retired Gen Matthew B
DI.Yl.ll 1 ) I' INNER -- Gerald Evans, left, and file out of the room through I that Sims and Myers were Unleas we reach the major] the Air Force because of the Ridgway was designated ton
I Bill Pllcner r><:)th employes of :"sears downtown Winter Haven,, back door before he adjournedthe around 24 miles away ftom the .unties tomorrow we might not Korean conflict. He was ultimately present President Johnson In
I prepare to make'dcllvun onanllt'ctncc1othpsdryt'r won recently: session Penn car at the time of the be able to prevent a strike" transfered to the Bar FuneralOf honoring the old soldier who
b)' Mrs 1.idrldr o Han,;rove of 316 Pine Street, Auburndale, I Ira Despite their acquittal, the slaying Keuthrr taidEarlier low Air Base. won fame Ind. CongressionalMedal

contest at the store two Klansmen still remained William O'Brien, The Smythe's returned to of Honor: for action during -

behind bars under $25,000 bondon M\ON MIKES SUP Chrytlrr'i personnel vice president Pennsylvania, where they lived the battle of Argonne Forest -
federal charges in connection NEW YORK (curl) With told reporters the COTI: before he Joined the Air Force, Sgt. YorkPALL In France In 1918.
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I with the July 11 killing of a slip of the tongue former pany did not plan to present anew only long enough to sell their York a conscientious objector
na.. Lt Cot Lemuel Penn. 48, as he Vice economic offer to the unIon home and move to Winter Haven who became a legendary
President Richard M Nix
Dr Smythe, who now has MALL Tenn. (tPDSKt )-
was driving home from summer today In response\ to ques fighting doughboy, was credited
on "elected' a man he is publicly three still Alvin C York, the World
daughters a son
ions, O'Brien laid the with 29 German noldli
: training at Ft Bennmg. company killing -
.. ..,, r, committed to In War I hero
oppose loves the water and the family of almost a half-
amend offer
Its
Ga. The federal charges of violating the could not un rs and capturing 132 othersin
t' Penn'i civil rights forthcoming election lea\ the union Indicated In more lakes a cruise every summeron century ago, wax burled In a one incredible day's actionYou'll .
carry Asked for comment on the what it wanted their ship, a 23 footer with country cemetery Saturday
detail exactly ------
a maximum 5 year sentence race between Republican !Sen twin outboards, named "'1\e leas than a mile from the
; and Chrysler and the other member hen. tresh.taating non
$10,000 fine
wI convic
'I lion upon Kenneth F. B, Keating and Robert of the auto Industry big Hexerl." mountain cabin where he was unity; sandwiches If you spread
Kennedy the Democraticcandidate born softened but not melted'
Two other Klansmen James Nixon sail: "My attitude three General Motors and with higher pensions, Improved The funeral for the 76.year, butter or margarine evenly rlshtn
made their economic
J Lackey, 29. and Herbert Guest on Sena)'>>r Kennedy Ford insurance benefits and other old veteran who died Wednesday 'the edie of earn brend dice
37, also face the federal chart offl'rto the I'AW' Aug: 17 The Items,
He caught himself at that after a decade of crippling Thnrniich spreading; of the bread
I es. A murder charge also is point and corrected 'I should offer- Included higher wager: : However the union promptly Illnesses was at York chapel a pisvents the fllllns from soak
pending against Lackey in the longer vacation an extra paid rejected the IIIK (hunch and helps keep Ihabr..d
say the man who wants to besenator' offers an inadequate wood framed church he helped
: Penn but holidaj tUlle retirement tnolut
slaying Solicitor Clete
I \ build as a boy lit was .


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"SUPER RIGHT" SLICED WESTERN
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NORTH Game will be played Friday rrr
$-AQ43H night In Lakeland at ':JO at
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C065WEST D-volJ gate branch. AU Polk County ;:I=. LIVERC
EAST players are Invited.
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made 6S with the above card Back To School "Super-Right" Thin Sliced
from a recent afternoon duplicate NEW RESTAURANT This Is Winter Haven's newest eating place the Dutch Pantry, one
bridge tame in Winter of many In Florida, Pennsylvania and other states which have become renowned through their I
Haven. Mr. and Mra.O.M. Mul- rood food service and moderate prices
key of Auburndale reached the
optimistic small slam contract Luncheon Meats
after an opening bid of IS by
Mulkey, sitting South. Mrs. A.J. Foyt Two-Time Indy Winner
MuLkey responded 2H, and her
husband bid 3D. A Jump raiseto
BOLOGNA
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the Blackwood eventual check 6S contract on aces,doubled and Tips Off Drivers On Playing SafeEITOR'S 0 SALAMI

by East for a heart lead.
West's choice of a small heart
lead proved costly, Declarer NOTE-The National Ing Even If you Just have a before you start out LIVER LOAF 4 ggc
played low from the dummyand Safety Council predictsthat few quaffs of beer your reflexes And to you young fellows- .oz-
ruffed East's queen. The 490 If S91 persona>> will be can be dulled, and in a whether you are planning along 0 PICKLE LOAF PKG.
diamond ace was cashed, and a killed In traffic accidents dur tight situation you need to have trip or Just driving around
diamond was ruffed In dummy. ing the Labor Day weekend.In everything going for you. town over the holiday weekend MIX OR MATCH 'EM
The heart king was covered the following dispatch wrM- forget the drag racing at the
and trumped In the closed hand. T FRANKLIN BROWN ten by national driving chim- As many of you start your stop lights This is a sign of
The trump king was followedby T Franklin Brown, C P A? plan A. J. F:'yt. the two-time long trips I will\ be preparing Immaturity, and Is the moat SPECIAL! ANN PAGE
a small trump to dummy. has Joined the firm of Vineyard winner of the Indian spoils 500- my car for a championship race useless sport in the world. If .,
Tim heart Jack was taken, anda and Company as a general mile Speedway auto race at DuQuom 111. I would not you think you have a "hot" car, PORK & .' .
small heart was ruffed, withSouth' that take ft to the nearest supervised
partner give tome safety Ups think of starting this race without then
BARTLETT
last trump. A diamondwas Brown a graduate of the University may nave your life. giving my car a complete drag strip
ruffed with dummy's last of Florida came to Win safety check. So take a tip from Be grateful for the privilegeof IRMR IPE ,
trump and one of the dummy'sestablished ter Haven from Jacksonville By A. J. FOYT me and have your car carefully driving and take pride in BEANS
hearts led forWest
was
where he was employed with Written Ftfr UPI Inspected by your serviceman driving safely,
to trump. Westfoundhlmself the firm of \Hasklns and Sell\ INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) I. \lS\
trapped Into leading away {
Brown Is a native of Florida have an advantage over every ,
his from the two club tricks king with giving dummy'sclub South calling Starke his home town. driver In America when I pull
last Is To U.S.
queen and the ace In his lie went through school there my race car out on the track. Taylor Returning 3 35 tf
before attending the university, When I race I know I am I Cans x
hand.AROUND THE CIRCUITThe He and his family live at competing with drivers who are g
Winter Haven, afternoon 2044 Leisure Drive. skilled end who I can count on For Viet Nam Review \. S.
misterpolnt game was won by 'In a tight situation! to make the FOR
the Lakeland team of Mra.Tom right move at the right: time Special! ASP Hawaiian
Bates and Mrs. C. W, Thompson PRAGUE Soviet Premier As a motorist I am not so WASHINGTON (UPI) Gen. ment to counter insurgency I-
.and by the Winter Haven Nikita Khrushchev commenting fortunate, and neither are you. Maxwell D Taylor U.S. ambassador and to develop a stable and PINEAPPLEJUICE
team of Robert Thornhill and on the Sino-Soviet ideologicalsplit In many Instances, It Is necessary to South Viet Nam, viable country"
Mrs. Frank Staper. : to think for the other Is returning to Washington next US. officials said that during .
The second game In the cur "Thing have gone so far that guy. Ai a result I have followed week for a top-level review of Taylor's stay in Washing
rent "scatter series" will be the Chinese leaders are mak certain rules that I would the situation In the Communist. ton, American efforts In VietNam
played In Lakeland on Tuesday ing territorial claims and one like to pass along to all of you besieged nation. would come under administration LARGE
night. There will be a master- wonders that they do not suggest taking to the highways over the Henry Cabot Lodge, former review They cautioned
point game In Winter Haven the dismemberment of the Labor Day weekend ambassador to Viet Nam, alsoIs against Interpreting this
on Wednesday night. A Winners Soviet Union." Be sure to keep a safe distance expected to be on hand for to mean that policy changeswere $
behind the car In front of talks during the week Lodge in the wind, however. 3 100 PEPPERSLL
you when cruising at highway stopped in Boston after his re But U S. military chiefs 14.Oa.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! speeds A good rule l Is to figurea cent trip to discuss U.S. policies gravely concerned about the Jh
car length for every 10 miles.So in Asia with European turn of events in South Viet Cans
If you are traveling 60 miles leaden Nam, were reliably reportedto
ASPHALT SHINGLES per hour, you should be at least Taylor had been scheduled to have urged expansion of the WHITE BEAUTY
six car lengths behind the car return for consultations more anti.guerrilla war and Ameri 3 FOR
In front of you. than a week ago, but the sud ca's part In it 3-Lb. CanShortening
Donl take the skill of other den political crisis In Viet Nam They were said to fear that j9 C
215-Pound 6.25 driven for granted delayed his trip. The fart that the alternative could be defeat
SQUARE Don't look! for trouble Do not he probably will come next at the hands of the Communist
retaliate If another driver is discourteous week was an indication that insurgents.
235-Pound 6.95 SQUARE on the road. If a U.S. officials felt the crisis had
driver In passing cuts in too settled down considerably
sharply don't get even by cut James S. Killen the new director
NEW HOURS ting him off This driver's name of the U.S. foreign aid Know Your 1C
la "Mr. Trouble," and It Is bestto program in South Viet Nam
TO SERVE YOU BETTER! avoid him on the highways: told a news conference in Saigon SWEETCORN .
,
If tt night a thoughtless: Friday that a critical, on- GOLDEN
DAILY: 7 AM TO 5:30: PM driver with his bright: lights: on the-spot re-evaluation of the Deputyr1
aporoachea and does not heed huge aid program was al. BRIG
your warning blinks to lower his ready under way. The programnow
SAT. 7 AM. TO 4 PMNO beams, don't retaliate by blind totals between $250 million
and S300 million GLASS GAL.BLEACH
Ing him. It Is senseless and you a year .
DELIVERIES AFTER I PM SA nJRDA Yrldam4 could cause a head-on collision "If a shift of emphasis Is Indicated
If you are planning a long. we will undertake appropriate
distance trip, avoid fatigue: I action" Killen said x
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Duplicate State Head Of Junior Colleges Mountain Top




Bridge Club Lists Advantages To Community In AlaskaIs



Test SiteSAN
r. D. W Burt, director, Editor Note: ties beyond the high school andIt so provided a ready source ot slap i Involves I learning new
ftOunced there will be a Dr. James Wattenbarger is i la designed to provide for the skilled personnel These were skin! It is a responsibility of
attar point game played in head of the Junior College Division Joe Brown and Pete Norton three. specific aervtcta. \ made th. junior college! to provide ANTONIO, Tex (UPI!)

rter Haven Wednesday of the State Department the opportunity to continue! available to Mr. Carroll company this opportunity, or to arrange -The aerospace medical davl-
Irs. H. G. Morris was ho. of Education In this article he their education at the lowest through the community that it be provided through another don of US* U. S. Air Force<< b*.
at Monday game whenen tells of the elate plan for Junior Possible cost, They will not be Junior college agency The many other Iwves it ha found the moat

tables were in play. colleges. and au'line some of able to live at home and carry through the above example hcet of continuing education logical place to teat cold 'GI
{n the north-south section the advantages of having community part-time jobs while attending we have described another constitute the variety of course weather clothing and equip

Pat Vogt Winter haven. Junior college, cia..... They will, thereby, be specific function of the community offerings in this area. nwnt
Mrs Perry Blakemore obtaining) a renege education at junior college that of All of these point up the A new laboratory has been
By Dr, James Wattenbarger the lowest possible cot to themselves providing e due i 11 i o n oppor strong responsibility the junior built hi.o on Mt. Wrangell 1 in
Laketeam[ When Joe Brown Margie to their families. and also tunity for many people which college hat provide\ guidance Alaska It I* a dormant vol.

ind Mrs. Helen Swindler, Stringer and Pete Norton completed to the state itself would not be available through and counseling services, services cano and one of the highest
second with an Auburn. high school they did not Margie Stringer will find In Other source This philosophy which will enable all people mountain In south central

a (couple. Mr. and Mrs 0 know what opportunity mightlie the community junior college has been active not only in the to determine their potentials Alaska
ulkey in third place. ahead for them Joe's family an opportunity to take courses actual operation of the community their aptitudes, their interests Helicopter were used to iw i
'Lakeland pair firstn could not provide the $1,500 he which are appropriate for her Junior college for Florida and their level of attainment transport men and construe w I
east-west won needed to go to the state university abilities and Interests These but also has been expressed In It Is fur this reason lion equipment to the site of a >
a |n the section In fact, his father actually courses will enable her to become law The law specifically charges that the community junior colleiit large plateau at the 13.800 foot
M Cox and O 0,
Evelyn was opposed to college educated a young business woman, community Junior collegesin : places heavy emphasis upon level It affords natural atres
u jr Jr. Second place went men anyway. Get a good a secretary a clerk in a store, Florida with providing three the development of a sound sea such as high altitude, re
a. J. P Tyner, Plant trade," he said, "and stick with or, equally Important, a welt specific categories of educat testing and guidance and coun duied oxygen constant cold
ross and Mrs Bertha. that" On the other hand Mar educated young housewife who tonal opportunity First, community acting program. and prolonged darkjieis
t ind Elias Finberg Mrs gies problem was different. will have the responsibility to junior colleges are n As a result of these purposes, The lab building was finished .
s er, Winter Haven, were Her father wanted her to go to raise a family within the community peeled to provide the educational the Junior college must represent in July bu tent were not

lb college and would have borrowed in which she U living opportunity normally car In its phyical appearance, scheduled until! later in the 1 B

I' _..JJ. 0, M. Mulkey was hot to pay for it if necessary While Pete Norton problem tied on In the freshman and in Its physical usefulness in its year Eventually:: human rekponaea
,lesnat Wednesday game Margie's high school grades, Is similar to Joe Browns he sophomore years of the university placement within the commu to the stresses may be

f when six tables were in playJAlLakeland however, were none too good, will find that he will be in a position In this respect Florida ply, the kinds of programs studied there as well as equip l i
couple, Mr, and and her problem was one of admission to obtain the first two junior colleges are currently which have been outlined above. nu'nt.
Mrsfcjim Nichols won first Pete Norton problem years of his law degree at the providing educational opportunity There must be opportunities for The cold dry air and aocompanylng .
placefin the north'south Mr was a different one entirely. He local community junior college for more than 80 per cent people to enter the junior col. conditions are hard to

andjMrs. 0 M Mulkey Au wanted to study law but he had and then be able to obtain helpful of Florida's freshmen, Within leg. during daylight and eve reproduce for lung periods of
burndale, were second with a no money and very little opportunity scholarships and loans to go few years, this figure will rung hours for the purposes of time in cold lumbers. whir
Winter Haven pair winning to save enough to go on beyond that point He will climb until almost to per cent personal counseling! for purposes previous tests have been made
third place, Mrs II. G. Morris away to school. The death of his find that the junior college (f. Of Florida's freshmen will be of attending classes> and And most arctic area* pre.
andjMrs. Frank Sttpor father during his junior year in interested in his welfare to suchan attending a junior\ college priorto cultural and other educationally sent miserable conditions for
Arlrst place in the eastwest school had created a family ft. extent that It will help him attending any other kind t of related activities The approach the men making the studies.
section: was won by a Winter nanclal problem and college obtain funds not only for these educational mitltuUon Educational must be an Inviting one; the This Is where Mt. WrangtUa

haven pair. Mrs D Craig and seemed out of the question. Fortunately first two year, but also for the opportunity at the freshman services must be valuable volcano!) has advantages
for these three young college and sophomore level has Factors of operation such as Special flooring of the lab
beyond the junior
Mrt) A Lakeland
J Hodge. years
been made available'within the 7.00 a.m, to 10:30 p,in. ache
people a community junior college addition to to building allow conduction of
help
couple, Mr. and Mr. H, S, In giving wide
the of
dule
,
second and a had been established in these three young people a commuting distance to more range age heat from the mountain sotemperslure
Brackney won their home county and this institution will than two-thirds of Florida'shigh groups attending clauses on the inside will be .
community Junior college
Winter Haven pair. Mrt Mary need
campus. the to develop
school seniors and
offered them tailor soon
a to comfortable while outside the
Elizabeth also bt In a position provide
Cooper and Mrs. will be available to almost all collegiate sllirlt" among the .
made" opportunity to continue service for many other youths air temperatures are far below
Johnson were third.tanford their education an opportunity high school seniors In the state young people attending and at tero
and adults in the community
which otherwise would not Quite often youth who have This fact has placed Florida In the acm time not discourage Scientist from the University .

[ Herald hive been available, not onlyto drooped out of high school find the position making education older ones from activities participating these all in of Alaska will Join force
these three people. but be,'"nd the high school far more the college with
young in later years that the education require careful tttcnllon to military experts In the
to of their classmates. readily available than is true of
many they missed is Important The need fora research under the Arctic
Florida community junior well almost any other stat, except campus planning Acromedicil of the
not only to their vocational high degree of cooperationwith Laboratory
(UPI-The San. colleges have developed as a being but also to their personal perhaps California. other educational agenciesIn Air Force System Command

ford, Herald, a five.day.a-week result of concern over the educational we\1.bl"ing.\ Junior colleges han Secondly the law providesthat a community the need in They plan snow and Ice studies MY'i I
fternooi daily newkpaper Fri. opportunity that offered courses to adults In the Junior. colleges shall offer some of our Ira populated from the surrounding compact
day editorially endorsed Lyndon might be available to the young community as simple a lever vocational technical education area for the community junior glacial systems seismological
B Johnson as president. people of this state These institutions as aiding them to complete highschool While this is often referred to at college to become the focal and volcajiological studies( and

Whit this country needs I.o Is have been able to pro. : nn as complicated a level occupational education because point for many activities includIng meteorological weather re
what its got, Lyndon Bgme vide a great deal of additional a* helping them Improve of the diversity of occupations, mental health centers, library purling
Johnson, President of the United opportunity because of the fact their on-the.lob skills, or, on as the variety of offerings in this centers vocational ikltla Getting the lab building In i
States laid the Herald which that this concern has been con. personal a level a* providing area is almost unlimited. Each centers, counseling and guld place was a team effort
normally support Democratic ciously included as a major partof them counseling and guidance l nlor college seeks In terms of sore centers, science center fifteen tons of supjliia\ and
nominees their purposes The commu- services through a testing program its own local situation to pro- for surrounding high schcxls. equipment were moved to the

jSldentiat that 95 per cent nity junior college in actuality supplementing whatever vide the kinds of educational0pporIunatIeIwhich, i nd a myriad of other educa plateau by army helicopter OWN
who ever lived represents a new approach to other agencies in the community will Uonal tasks which can be as from a base camp: GO muss
Ire alive today This alone will post high school education-new may provide In this retard provide for Indl.ldualsho turned by this Institution also away. at Oulkana, Alaska,
spell out the need for the U S. because it Is adapted to the The community Junior college will begin their work upon com affect the kind of construction nag terrain und numerous
|o be guided in this space age needs of the twentieth century can provide an intelligent ap- pletion of junior college graduation and campus development needed active glaciers made It nex.es:
[with a man thorough training. rather than! to the eighteenth proach to providing for these! This kind of education for a community junior cub sary ta move the fragile ma-
edication and abilities Such a The basic purpose of a junior educational needs which have has Increased very rapidly over l It' man i i. Lvndon Johnson" the college is to provide for a diversity been created many years previously the past few years As a matter at structure to enable the The nmin research program

Herald said. of educational opportuni of fact, total enrollment during offerings to evolve to meet tlill at the lite will be III testing
the Fall of 1963 l'lltnt'd
r.p a
needs of the mu-
When Norman Carroll was clanging rlll antic clothing and various
II
per cent Increase numbersof nit Us served is a mont Impurt .
sent by his company to look equipment
students enrolled CHECKING
in these
several potential tiles for t lent consUU'ration. Another major effort bean
may
over
courses peer the Fall oil( 10A2Thfe .
their new electronics plant, h. variety In In no other educational lru.ll investigation of the psychological -
& ol program lotion Is there more opportunity
I checked with he local educational effect of .nviroolllln--
elude such example' as fashion
authorities first of all for sound planning procedureswhich pal sires on human subjcdsThe ) ,,
design at MiamlDade Junior of
reflect the philosophy
Norman knew that there were Air Force said medical
College engineering aid at SI an Institution than In the community
three specific needs his company scientists will determine the
Petersburg Junior College,, civil of Flur
colleges
DRY CLEANING SERVICE would have 1)) that they junior effect of these extreme ui
engineering technology at Central rlda,
have a good geographical lou term of what happen to human ACCOUNT
Fbrtda Junior and
College.
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SPECIALS for MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY 'lion for their Indus,ry bated on Industrial. ) technology at I'tnsa- body fluids, enzymes and
logistics and other factors hormone
cola Junior College They |Include Four Polaris
.
which are peculiar to the indulv Other question* the Air
program In the health
.! ht represented. 2)) that thcA re Patrol Form ",...,chrrs hopelu
fated services such a* the akoclate .- Subs To
have a source of trained par answer include:
tunnel because this Industry degree nutting program How much food does
new (RN). and the dental hygiene Pacific By 65 a man
TROUSERS could not operate without need In extreme cold condl THIS TERMYes
program_ Also Included are
skilled personnel; and 3)) that, !luna?
program hi police science. a
PLAIN tiera: be tome educational institulion wife variety of business related WASIIINGTON (UPI\) -- Four How much energy will be es

or nearby which could encourage -. projr( ,ni", including hotel' and Polaris submarines carrying a ponded there
129 their employees to further restaurant management and daIs ,total of M far ranging nuclear How writ dare< a man withstand -

SKIRTS their education. Normsn pi-messing as will in programs missiles will be on patrol In Infection and diei sir The family put me
found that the only appropriatesites in drafting tnd design the Pacific N mid.IMS. the How important I II physical ,

which met these conditions and related *reaf. The great Nary disclosed Saturday fitness to man undergoing this
were those which were at some challenge Daniel Boone and the environmental sires for long
'eat may Include manyoccupations The on my own this year. They
distance from state universities
period of lime
Ii yet unknown. In Tfcumeh mav be on station
and the kind of educational opportunities this The The Air Force gave credit
order to" serve the communities., by the end of year
which were neededby of Florida, : nd In order to serve other are the Ulysses S Grant for the project) to month of say It will teach me how to
the top-level staff in his coin research, planning and team
a great majority of studentsWtso and the !Stonewall Jackson
pany Ht did find however av will be attending Junior All of the vessels will carry effort under direction of Lt

oral) potential sites located near jllegei, these types of occupaHonally Polaris Al mlullei which are Cod, r. M. 0 Hulmtrom, handle money. Boy, how I
Junior colleges in the state. and oriented programs will only now becoming operational commander of the Air Fcree

SUITS or eventually he recommendedthat in the future constitute an even Theie. cm sink target from Arctic Aeromcdical, Labora
3 one of these be selected Createportion '.of, the Junior a' distance nf 117) mile Cory. like to handle money. Guess
An added bonus, he found out '
DRESSESand 249 college offering The first Polaris to go on p*- ----
later, however, the fact
was The third function specifiedIn
trot l In the Pacific probably Sis is
that the junior college also le. the law It simply labeled will reach Ill station In October MIAMI Ft.A N 1. ,fuhet. they are right though.

ted as a local point for all tducatlonai course for adult, In this ares or November It probably like those tl the Miami,' Kea

activities in the community community lunlor colleges offer will be the Daniel Boone, which quantum, often rain",'iflage working and has her own
lie found out
specifically many opportunities for eontln hi* lust pissed! through the their existence by m''latlng'
that the junior college tied education to the adult population Panama Canal for final lest floating seaweed
could arrange with the Florida The welfare of the account. She
----- checking says
don't forget we Institute for Continuing Uoiverwty Stale of Florida at well a* that
Garment Studies to establish duo of the Individual who live In
Pre-Spot Every sea at the graduate level In rebated the state Is greatly dependent that It has been a real help to

Moth-Proof Every Garment engineering subjects f in I upon the availability of worthwhile .

Cleaning that community lie found also work for our citizens
Odorless Dry
that service program ol 1 When people low opportunity her in budgeting her Income

fresh as a Flower-In Just One Hour a non-college credit nature weri' to make a living through action

available for those employee i I resulting from automation or
below the too level who worked I I from other matters over which With me it will be budgetingmy

In the industry and who needed I they have no personal control,

64 additional educational opportunity It U more Important that opportunity Wish luck.
out-go. me
The plant that his company for re-education be mad
worked out with the junior .available' them This sometimes -

college for pre service educa \involves/ merely personal .
lie lion at the technician level al improvement at other time It ,, ?

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By JACK GURNETT I' CREST fiJ.--

IceCream
The Florida Citrus Reporter

DOESN'T MEAN A THING rue in the lush Asserted Flaws I
Anyone who tries to come section of the ,
up with an estimate of the Rutledge said, FULL 2 25
1964-65 citrus crop as a resultof the damage PINT forILIM"
the action of the Market cane doe to : T
ing Agreement Control Committees citrus groves,
last week is making a duce a good MEN'S

!r' serious mistake 65 quality season.fruit" lie BAN-LON K
Under the marketing agreement
caused lost
a of
for interior fresh fruit
25 per cent of I
size and grade only the two production of SHIRTS 4'r
ry committees appointed by the entire Indian I
United Stales Secretary of only a negligible ) R /
Agriculture are required at "We linl f I i iu.l.tv
,. ._ 'd' the beginning of each season, I angel probable I ..ALADIES'
to adopt a 'marketing policy"which 12 million boxes al.w..
Is supposedly an out. er oranges, not : J .LN Ya1W
line of chat the committees half minion boxes ,
anticipate for the approach Out of a crop
season. at about 10
This marketing agreementIs ledge placed the
MOST ATTRACTIVE BUILDING ON CAMPUS In no wise binding and can at approximately
Polk Junior College Is opening in old
I Air Force structures built during World War n with little attention to design, but the Art be changed from time to half million
Department, appropriately, will be housed In the best looking building on campus the AirBase time and I have been unable executive said, VINYL
Chapel. There's no Ivy yet,but got some history .one of the lunar astronauts was marriedin down through the years to will be more "LEATHER" JACKETS
1L figure out just what purposeit hurricane, as
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serves, other than to makea been bruised or
lot of work for the staff of drops off. On the Latest IfyI.,
Polk College Teacher Is Growers Administrative Com the remaining Istb.r 11"11"wttk100y.
I mittee at Lakeland. ed to size up as ",.a
Two paragraphs outlining a the dnoppage. Lallaq_
statement by Charles Scrap- Commenting on luck white,
Pleased With Facilities hine chairman of the ship the damage on er b.10..,
(}]
pers' group, explain the situation said, "The average SiaN 10 fkr.
full 1964- 5
Professor Henry L. Copps a strongly these folks must have : season 10$4d0val.
"We handicapped (in what higher thin ) ..
member of the English De wanted UI."Everybody. are
partment has taught at twootht'C' I mean everybody shipping estimates) because been had there
Junior colleges over the .. real estate people there is no official U. S. government This h no more ,
from the law of 39
past 14 years Here are some grocers, bankers utility people, estimate at this I mand." For the o
of his comments after three has gone out of his way to make time" Scraphlne who Is from '
he said, Cleo
weeks at Polk Junior College1: ua welcome. Vero Beach, said adding -
"I am really amazed at the "Professor Atherton, who has "The total number of car grapefruit prices I....., II"kd''
box. I
tremendous amount of work been here longer than most of loads will have to be revised cents per a.. .,.... 99
The executive 4
and Initial organization that us, just told me that when he after the first government fact that, in spite :::. .=".':.:; for
seems to have been done In the says to anyone In the com estimate is released portance of the I.M.
relatively short time that Dr munity, 'I'm a member of the The fact that the commit
area It produced
Lenfestey has been here," he faculty at Polk Junior College,' tee on Wednesday "tenta small percentage 5.01.
began. the reaction Is almost electric. tively earmarked 14 million total output. can69{(
"Theae facilities Impress me "He said that the sincere boxes of fresh grapefruit and Indian River i R'u.' :'I
as quite satisfactory for doing good will indicated by their 11.4 million boxes of oranges" agree that the
the job, but If the enrollment reception Is 'palpable.: I feel for shipment during the coming
IrON much beyond what I'm the same way myself! he con season has no meaning and the orange damage crops to '...... "..'. tllr.... 0 199 1
told it Is presently I think cluded. -viz z.ifr whatever other than to fulfill the premature 'IOtUSllIG INCLUDED a
we'll begin to feel the pinch. z.M a bureaucratic requirementto Twain's death, -.KWV.I...
Actually, the classrooms are 'fill In the blanks with gerated".
better than those at many old. Arizonan New something" ledge pointed out 20-ot. aerosol can
er junior colleges," he continued Salvador So growers both in the interior meat the effect Indoort or outdoors- 491 A
Envoy and Indian River sections supply and m.
"The offices are roomy, well of the state should not a return to '
arranged and more conduciveto WASHINGTON (UPI-Presl- take these figures, requiredfor great if not
student-professor conferences dent Johnson Friday nominated technical purposes, to Indicate full crop had (Mi -
than any other I have known, Mexico.born Raul II Castro, an anything as to the size trees. : **ifor. At- SPECIAL 19
minding some at the state universities Arizona Superior Court Judge, of the crop. That question Is Thus, it is our .
," he observed to be US ambassador to El ( going to be a long time in right now, that
"Fourteen years ago when I Salvador succeeding Murat W, being answered cane price
was at the University of Floridaa Williams CLEO EXAGGERATEDA ranged in the earn stmqth pain (
group of Polk County people u.s. DEBUT Imported from statement by Robert W, 63-65 cents per -. Rea. $1.39. 89
in Cairo 48, became an Amcrl- Vtrna Llnl 1s makingher (LIMIT li
showed Interest bringing a Italy Rut ted executive vice $3-J3 25 per box
KB president
Junior college here This is a, can citizen\ In 1939 and served American Aim debut In of Florida Citrus Mutual, angei. may show
dream come true for them In the U.S. Foreign Service from "How to Murder Your Wife does much to clarify the great ing of two or
until I act 1941 to 1946 He took his law co-atarring Jack Lemrnon. 14-Oz.
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nieht at a banmiet honoring the commercial or office market," by beginners, because it was
eight living former' road chair said Carl W. Priesing, executive blieved th.th.y would make ,,
men. vice president of the Lead fewer mistakes if they had no Baas
Pencil! Manufacturers' AII'4J'la. way of rubbing them out. .S {
The tour will start at Tampa lion, "but the children's market lie estimated that about 1,
move tie air to Stuart and later or school market is still 700000,000 pencils are bought w IS
go to Miami From Miami the Important-and it is a formative In the nation annually an ,, *, ,Tf
newsmen "nd State Road iffi one" types from the type used by
elate '< '1Ily!! to Orlando and 'There even is a change this beginners in school to the more M
then to Gainesville. and end In year' in one type of pencil expensive and carefully made DIXIE DARUN6 Per Qc 4JJ
Jacksonville widely used for first'grade or drawing pencils Volume of the .frki t -
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The Winter Haven Blue Devil varsity football team It

bound are certain to lose to one win game that this same year contest..! But by the lime token they 65 2 G 44 5 z x'11' 1 2 ly 81 23 si y 54 62

Thus filiation arises when the Devllmen choose up ildei .1

and perform In the Inter-aquad scrimmage this coming Thurs tuBl k i.lT > ift. \ v _, i
day night at Memorial Stadium here. But much more than
football II on tap for that evening r/ u b w w '' ee
Aerordint to the Blue Devil Booster Club, iponnorn of the
extravaganta, what rould be considered a Ihree-rlnaT clrrua la v ,IIIt1Mr iili ,h r ryrr
lined up. This Includes, besides the scrimmage and warmup /
drills, the Jubilant velliM fir cheerleaders. the blaring of the
high school band and certain "surprises. Tony Kalofrldli .
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ex-booster club president and chairman of "Meet The Blue - -
Devils Night had no comment concerning the surprise,
(Doug Montgomery of WINT who will be the announcer for The 1964 Winter Haven Blue Devil Varsity
the evening, did lay they will be startling)
S e e
One of the surprises will not be the offensive setup changeadopted
edition Winter Haven's 1964 edition of the Blue Devils will kickoff Jerry Sapp. Billy Turner, Jerry While, Chuck Falst, and Jim THIRD ROW Mac Stewart, Jeff McKibben, Larry Peacock,
this
coach Calvin for year'i
by head Trlplett the gridiron season at Auburndale Sept. 18. Before then, however, McAshan. Tommy Hart, George Davis, Randall Thomas, Bill Murrell,
of the Blue Devils It Is all over the conference by now that they will hold an inter-squad scrimmage Sept. 10 at Memorial SECOND ROW: George Luttrell, Bob Bentley, Don Dixon, J'mbo Holloway, Dwayne Dees, Bill Smith, Jim Duncan, David
Trlplett has been going more and more with the straight T Stadium. Mike Dlx, Bob Hughes, Danny Thomas, Eddie Tuttle, Richard Barton, Gary MCDaniel, Ronnie Booth, Steve Barnes, and Jim
formation, this to take advanage of a surplus of halfbacks and FIRST ROW; Jerry Hill, George Miller, Mike Page, Randy Hitchcock, Randy Terrell, Bill Hughe.,Rob Board, Rick Anderaon, Myers
fullbacks The Blue Devil roster lists 17 halfbacks and 5 full-
Fcott, Kent Williams, Joe Sturgess, Jimmy Hough, Don Harrison, and Jim Alderman.
backi.
Another reason for the straight T is that Winter Have", '.
aerial attack has not lived up to expectations. The two junior News-Chief Poll
quarterbacks, one of which will start against Auburndale Pittsburgh Steelers Have Plenty Of Patience
to be in the throwing department .
Sept 18, .now seem one year away Lists Chiefs As

Another dell mm a the Devllmen face this year h In the line Best In PITTSBURGH (UPI-Arthur) Coach Buddy Parker surrendered we'll\ be In the rice," Rooney Sandusky. Tackles Charley
Accordlnr to sideline experts the varsity unit will have big, LeagueWith .i J. Rooney is president of the hit best pass receivers, laid Bradshaw and Dan James, each
tough tackles. They will also be the slowest In the confer Pittsburgh Steelers but his prl Buddy Dial and Red Mack and Peaks U an able replacementfor weighing more than 225 pounds,
once At the guard spot, Inexperience prevails. The ends, all two weeks lo go before vate listing could well be will cast his lot with Gary Ball fullback John Henry John- are back as regulars Roy Cur
except for one Handout, are untested. the prep football season kicks "founder and president of pa. man and rookies Paul Martha son, who has reached the ripe ry and John Powers are seasoned .
Defensively, Winter Haven farm will see some of the old off, a three.man team of t'4V tience, unlimited' and Jim Kelly. old age of 35. With Peaks as a ends.
faces once again. The line and secondary have a large number News.Chief staffers saw fit to Ever since he bought a Na spell-off fullback, Parker can Parker makes no secret of his
of lettermen returning. But the key defensive Jobs, those of venture Into the realm of prog tional Football League franchise Every pro fan knows the Dial switch Theron Sapp from fullback \. desire to mould a stronger defensive
end and linebacker, have yet to be filled-the Devils lost three nostication. They curtailed 31 years ago, Rooney has been saga. How Parker sent him to to halfback to pair with line this season End
ends and two all.conference linebackers through graduation their predictions to the mighty ; waiting for his first Eastern Division the Dallas Cowboys for the Texas veteran Dick Hoalc John Baker is Inclined to being
C e e Western Conference nine-leam I- title. He would have team's right to draft Scott Clearing the way for Steeler passive but once aroused he
What lies ahead for the Blue Devils Is purely s matter of league. t tpDIIOPIFUL achieved that aim In 1947 but Appleton of Texas University. runners fe one of the best offensive fills the bill. Lou Michaels, the
peculation. But Thursday's preview could provide local fans for the Philadelphia Eagles. But the deal fizzled when Appleton lines In the league. Center other end, was the second high
with an accurate gauge. Cost of admission to the event li 50 With 9 points being awarded who beat his team 21-0 In a dl preferred to sign with Buzz Nutter Is flanked by est scorer In the NFL in 1962
cenK. This price Includes a prospectus of the 1964 season, for a first In the standings, vision playoff, the Houston Oilers of the rival guards Ray Lemek and Mike when he kicked 110 points
chock full of facts and figures on last year's amazing 10.1 8 for a second and so on, here k In the final game of the 1963 American Football League. Dallas
record. In fact George Partin Jr. booster club president, feels li the result of the compilation season the Steelers were again still has Dial and the Steel
this brochure alone Is worth the admission price.Kfckoff : denied a chance by the New ers have nothing to show for GtoSouy$ Sttlltt/ Clones gill' Dr afro 9.it//
r time for "Meet the Blue Devils Night" Is slated for York Giants, who walked ofi the deal.
j 7:30: p.m. Thursday. Some 1,500 fans are expected to a'tendI Chamberlain 25 Yankee Stadium with a 3311 Rooney backed Parker on the
Robinson 22 triumph and the division flag. gamble and also supported him
Winter Haven 22 "Sure, you need player talent when Mack was sent to the
Tulane Green Wave Manatee 20 This Winter ," Rooney said as he re Philadelphia Eagles for fullback
Lakeland 15 Haven Blue Devil quarterback faxed In his office at the Roose Clarence Peaks and linebacker
I Hillsborough\ 14 candidate fires a pass during veil notch "But you need a lit: Bob Harrison
Plant 9 Friday's two and one tie luck here and there i "We'll\ be using the same offensive CNSURANCE TED
King S half hour practice session. The break. this year I think if SERVICE
See Desperate YearATLANTA Jefferson 4 varsity team resumes practice "We'll be a contender again Ballman, Martha and Kelly can
Tuesday afternoon.Three thin year if our defense ii take up the slack left by the 120
The Chamberlain Chiefs, expected stronger than last season" departure of Mack and Dial W. Central Ave. Phone CV 4-4241

UPI)) It looks Tulane must get instant maturity to have one of the finest .
like another long season of desperation from Us large crop of lines in the state this year Bowling
for the Tulane Green sophomores Onty eight letter. with a backfield to match, received -
RESIDENTS OF THE LAKE REGION AREA!
Wave men, including just four start two first place votes Leagues BeginThree
The Greeniei, despite being en, departed but among these and one third place vote to
one of the weakest teams in were quarterback Al Bur hold down the No 1 positionRobinson's bowling leagues have
the Southeast, play one of the gulcres and end Clem Drllen- announced plans for the tall sea YOU'VE WAITED FOR IT!
nation's toughest schedules ger-two of Tulane' best Knights, tied for son and all have slated this weekto
They lead off with defending le'onllIth the Winter Haven kick things off
national champion Texas and O'Boyle Is hcopt'fullhlt junior Blue Devils, received a sec On Wednesday, the Coffee ,
then take on Alabama, Duke, Dave East will quickly develop ond third, and fourth place in League will move Into action at
Mississippi State I Mississippi Into a first.rate quarterback,, Individual standings Winter IlavcncUle Lanes. A short business
I IL
and Georpia Tech In a six- He's Installed a pro-T offense to Haven got two seconds and a meeting Is to be held at 9 IS
week grind that would terrify take advantage of a corps of. fourth. The Knights: were topsin ..m. with bowling st 9:30: a.m. THIS
much stronger teams running backs who are bigger the league last year and One more full team of three NOW
Things are not quite. dark and faster than in the past Winter Haven was runner-up girls Is needed to complete the
during a final month in which several seasons. ie-lwm league. There are also ,
Virginia Military Miami, Vanderbltl Tulane played some pretty M anatee.1radt'nlon.llnnl'r a few vacancies available on Rt
good first halts last year and of the loop crown in 12. was existing teams "l,
furnish end the opposition.Louisiana Out State, by Is hoping the sophomore will picked by one of the poll members Anyone wishing to bowl In SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW
this league should contact Mrs. \
add enough depth to prevent for a first place finish
to be
then the Grcenles figure
second half letdowns In 1963, The Hurricanes also receiveda tllMbeth Locke, 293-6165! '
so would battered be a strenuous that any lest contest Tulane trailed Texas 8.0 after. third and sixth place rating will The start Alley Its Cat season Bowling Thursday League /I ... IN THE LAKE REGION AREA!
lost 21 0
three periods but :
High Academic requirementsmake trailed Mississippi Slate 14 10 The Plant Panthers, who at 8:45 p.m.at Cypress Gardens : ;
recruiting tough for Tom at halftime but lost 31 10; lost two speedy halfbacks Lanes P \ You Make Your
my Boyle and his assistant The Thursday Mixers League \
trailed Mississippi 70 at halftime through: graduation, receivedthree l'
coaches In two I ,,\. Own Deal!
previous
I seasons votes. will bowl it 8 p.m. Thursday \
seventh
but lost 21.0; led Georgia place !iIt\w,.
under Tulane'arecord
O'Boyle. Havendale Lanes
Tech 3.0 at halftime but 1 lost t This was the only team of the at r" \
was 1.18.1. and it's not If Is Interested In
LSU 70 at which all three members anyone
173, and trailed nine '
likely It will be much improvedthis bowling In this mixed double \ You Write i Your
but lost 20-0.
halftime agreed upon.Cerlalnly Cal x '
year, league they should contact ,
not confessing to Heddick, 293-2508. Own Appraisal I
infallibility the trio of poll WE WILL:
members were: Thurston nOIGER3: RECALL KU1IFRT: .,
Willis, wire editor: Bill Watson NEW YORK (UPI) The \' '
writer and photographer, Los Angeles Dodgers recalled < Sell bare walls bySept.
and Bob Haviland, sports editor lefty Pete Richrrt from their tt.ol5tthhe
i like choosing' Spokane foul farm League team In Richrrt the Pacific : !

Anyone disagree' If so, our who had a 7-S record with Spokane '
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I Pros Expect Arnold Palmer Graves Smiling, #




To Win $50,000 I Golf Jackpot. I1 At G JNE Grid VJU.F. Trio Ithouish (J CHATTER'CLUTCH ?""?" 1


DETROIT Despite hi narrow won) he really should be the Florid head roach Ray ,
victor over Arnol
Graves h"e fouivl mlln\' reasons
In the Carltng Open here, pluckx *' Palmer,"
to "he unh! r"m durini the
Bobby Nichols does not rati Unlike pant year all of the automobile manufacturers
Palmer's votes came from fimt week of Gator crhl rlnlllhe
much chance In the e\<>s of
his fellow pro golfers, to vui (,an Plajer, Mason Rudolph, alto hnii three<< bit. produt' plan to introdduce their 1965 models during

the big event of the year ( hi Chi Rodriguez, Doug Sandrs era of smiles tht week of September 21 at. This mean that you cans
,' Gen Littler, Bruce Devlin
the World Series of Golf and <'t'' all of the new ones at once instead of dragging it
I IlIl11my Mason, Paul Harney, Thev ar luck Harpor 13f'
Us rich $50,000 firs! prize
The experts, the golfers on Kit Naele, BobROIIburC,George rv: Duoree and I arrt icncr'Our out for several wek.
lla\er, Al Besseltnk, Dick .
off en w in II be strons
the
circuit overwhelmingly
pro give the nod, to Palmer as rawford, Chick Harberg, Bob er thi. vear bCiu
the probable World Series of McAllister, Charlie si f ford, three \bcj'<. If change The Impt'f'iallook. similar to the 1964 model
F Floyd, Aaron and Kagan!
Golf winner when he clashes aj for no IIth'rr.alon.
from the aide, but the grille will be very distinctive
head to head with Nichols In .
Venturl's following Included
36 holes In Akron, Ohio, next I,ill\' Casper, Tommy Jacobs, MIS Gnv,'t. with sunken headlights and a fine mesh appearance.

Saturday and Sunday Palmer AlCelberger. Bob Charles(who 'Harper looks
is the
got 19 of the 32 votes In a poll was fourth in last year's World the best I've The most changed car in Chrysler's lineup

i of the players here at the Aeries), Bruce Crampton, Bob ieen him Chrysler itself, it has a completely new look with a

|Carline Open when they were Collins, Joe Campbell and Jetfrev since he rime much different roof design. As a matter of fact it
asked who would win the World
Hunt.Lema .
t/ VI *im I" *
doesn't look like Chrysler made. The sides
e\er
any
erles of Golf. was backed by Jakl CRAVES Gapner could

Play at the final six holes Cuplt, Peter Allls, Al Balding, develop Into one of tlrwe of, are unadorned for the most part and are more squared
n both days of golfs World Tom Nieporte and Bob Gajda, .
fenslve line T. ats and PuDree off front and back.
Series will be televised in color
Played annually at the Firestone -
i I. look In!' just lik the
by the NBC-TV Network (4:30 Country Club In Akron
to Dupree Florida fans have The new Plj'mouth Fury looks great m the front
6 EDT) Commentators
p.m. which Is considered one of the
come to export and similar to the 1963 Chevy in the
nil be Bud Palmer, Chick toughest courses In the world, suspiciously

learn, Jack Brlckhouse and the World Series of Golf has ta"t season Harper was III rear The new Fury has a longer wheelbase ((119

cart.golf professional Cary Mlddle- twice been won by Jack Nick- with mononue'eois the entire inches) and comes in four different aeries. Engine

laus. However, Nicklaus failed and f"'allv. felled\ by
The other two players that to qualify this year and the favorite's season options remain essentially the same as last year.Don't .
complete the foursome playing the illness\ Wowing the Auburn TOURNEY DARKIIOH:C harlle: Fields of Winter Haven,
role was bestowed upon look for much change in the new Valiant
I for golfs richest single prize Palmer, the longest hitter In game His IOM loft the former tnlvcr cf r lor,da loottall iptaln, Is one of the
f at the Firestone Country Club, the foursome. Nicklaus, when entire running burden on Du entrants In the Arrrsur: InxiUtioial ,i,Jlf 'inirnamcnt In Partow or Barracuda. They appear to be about the same with

| U. S. Open winner Ken Venturl --- asked to pick the winner of this preeGaener. this weekend. Official' aid the I ,'in",Itr Mi-Id, a darkhorse new grilles. However, a new higher horsepower V-8

; and British Open champ Tony RUFFLED ARNOLD PALMER year's World Series of Golf, was aw itched from even though he carr It an c\ihl\ : hand I* ap will be offeied In 1965. It is reported to be 235 HP

Lema, both rate ahead of shows the strain of losing the said- "I take a pa..." end to tackle six days prior
Nichols as a favorite In the Seminoles and utilizes a four-barrel carburetor.In .
Canadian Open by a mere one Off of Ms past record at Firestone the spavin's and Peterson Needs Backfield
Worlds Series of Golf, the poll stroke to Australian Ken Nagle.Arnle Palmer deserves to bs to opening the General Motors line the new Buicks will
of the players shows. Nichols lmpro\ed as the same's rolltd TAILAHASFK:, Ma (DIM I lion rulet cauwd Peterson to.liift
headed for the favorite, Since Firestone -- !
appears happier
be much In their full-sized the wheelbasen
did not get a single vote among days when the World Ser was redesigned for the 1960 past but was nothing like the Head cinch Dill IMersnn l< >. f i oin (he 'three t !tin aya changed. cars -
the players while Venturl was ies of Golf begins next Saturday PGA Championship, he has Gaenrr of this fall looking foa now dt.ft'nHlvt' tern he brought to KSU from are being lengthened while overall length is ie
chosen by eight, even though he played 24 competitive rounds "1'\'. soen i lot of great: offenshr bark he'd fir: the IttU! version of I ouislana Mate lo a revlwdI mauting approximately the same. It gives the impression
wound up 10th In the Carllng there, averaging 70.25strlkesi linemon over the the imleiemti nt Ktoiiila State I vi) team plan
tournament Lema, ninth at Detroit Venturl Is short enough to just round, and Is co.holder of the vears." says Gravel "None!' Seminoles of a mendously long car (looks pretty good
netted five votes In the miss It, Lema's game Is Just course record, 65, which h* of them had any more equipment UI\e Snydpr, t arry Brink I >', 1 hen, at the lajt moment, he too). semi-faitback will be offered on the Wildcat
his 11I11..1 I I
changed anlArn\
ballot. right to get into the most shot In the first round of the than Gaener who his Marion Koxrls: an! punter series stjlith.
But Gary Player, who wound trouble. 1962 World Series of Golf. His aize, speed quickness. SRlllty Lharll-l', llioun the whole de l bark H I lie line I team aysttmMe very
up third behind Palmer and "Palmer and Venturl would average la almost two strokes and determination to Ret the ff'n'"ve un'. if la ,I t'C'1f were sild 1 he dkin I have rniNigh Many of these aforementioned cars will have pic

Nichols In the Carllng Open and be my twocholu,,"Rapnsald, a round better than Venturl, lob done He means an I'A ful lost in thi year-end 1 rradualtonhuffle men, In stiff a full platoon >stern hires for publication In this coming week. Watch the

who played In the World Series "because you don't have to who has traveled the 7168-yard lot to our line I't-lerson has two more News-Chief for these previews of the "65'.".
of Golf Its first year In 1962 have the full length as long as course 19 times and averaged Gaenrr, a Junior from Pay werkn to find replacement "We have a depth prutilemit .

laughingly predicted, "I would you keep out of trouble." 72.1 strokes an outing. Lema'saverage tona Reach. In 6.2, 240 pounds Horidj Mate open, again! )u.l ahoul every position,"
have to go along with Palmer, Tommy Aaron also leaned to rounds 1 Is the University uf Mil mi. in Ml "
te sail Were galng to need!
fs,16 2.S: and runs the 40 In 4 75, fast WHGC Ladies Set TournamentThe
but like plcklngall golf winners, Palmer over Venturl. "It's the and 73.S for .i mi I, un !Sept 19 robhn'nore help all around"
the very minute I back Palmer, sort of thing that, with all four rounds ost time of any Gator lineman rile Km wax something mure
Bobby Nichols will Dupree two time all.!SFC \\lnter Haven WOln n'. members and guests will make
probably win players so familiar with the "Certainly this represents han JUKI hii M; 1 defenms'* Hack for a new oet-son were
It'!" course, It will go back to driving the finest field that t could be In choice and a pre scas-on all uril Sn>'itir, itrlnklcy and Itotverls IT lellernien Added to the trlfram 4 Coif Association I will: ktckoffIhelr their own games, \
Dave Pagan, In picking Palmer ," Aaron said. "And If Venturl the World Series of Golf," com America this year has consistently s'ood! I 1.2.3 in rushing for are 43 sophomores up for t fall swason with a nine-I
said he thought "Palmer's can keep driving as well mented Kcl Nagle of Canada, ripped off bit; yard, the !Seminolei, grinding out a llwir first varsity compitltNm, ,I hole, tllnd-partner tournament Following the tournament, a
social hour will be held
driving is long enough to carry as he did In the American "especially with Palmer having age in curly Gator scrimmauos Mil I,Oil) net :vards for the tea. There'* Joy In the Sfrnlnnle sept lit clubhouse, In the IiTeeofr
the trouble at Firestone, butS Golf Classic (which Venturl been in It twice before" and should be every bit I the
threat he halt been In the past the ihnes of that fnuraome will Peterson has two "
With Harper and Purree not he an isiy matter standing pUyert Steve "Make It Your Rule, Consult .

I 0- both healthy in the running The best hopei ...".11 to rest Trnsi trxl Ktl: PrttrhettTrnul I
Dark To Manage Mets Twins bark positions our opponents ,on the iliouMtfi uf Maury 81.t.nl. had a "trt'mC'ntlllu l > KILL POOLE C.LU.

will ha\e to respect our running VUnfrei! Ikiley and I II>ward print!. and In experted to be ,
game." says Graves, hler: a lunlur, a HI'nlOl'antI the big<< arm far the Hemlliole CHARTERED LIFE UNDERWRITER

NEW YORK (UPI) Don't manager for 1965, but one fac with him lately over the question These are (wo outstanding,<< a sopltomo-e to fill the paining nit Il'k The 8 tool t1rn Ovtf 10 Y..r, Ei,*r!.M* In Central Fieri1*,
worry about Alvin Dark be lion there turned thumbs down as to when he should play barks and in many wayi. \oid hit b> the barkfirlil that
cause he'. going to be back and Lum Harris presently a and when he should be entitled Harper is lust at dangerous U goneThere on 71 for 615 yirdt .. managing somewhere in the coach with the Colts, probably to a rest, as Dupree ,'x a di'p'h prolilim ton and, nlnr tnurlulowni 1'1 ill'he'll \
majors next year although if he will get the job initrad, The lack of rcntrve itn-nuthv hint \II atli.,MI pin, 17 completion' 10th St. $,t. .- rh. CY 3111FLORIDA'S ,
Other Ciant players, like \\il .' ......1 ,. ,..,. ...d........... I... Co
lives to be 100, he 11 never forget Regardless where he winds plus new m'>re liberal nubilitu .Ml yatiU antI one tourhitiwn ,
lie McCovey, seem to need fit
how they torpedoed the ep next season, Dark won't Hydron Accepts
quent rest, too and Dark, ipretty
ship from under him In San shed any tears about leaving
shrewd fellow. Is begin
Francisco Bay San Francisco, where once he LL Coaching Job
mng to wonder whether some
Dark knows he a all through was the apple of Horace Stone
with the Giants So do all of ham a eye and now the Giant of his men are physically tired You can'l do much bftler ,
tired of him
his players owner hardly speaks with him or merely than a college All-American for : GREATESTAUTO

What isn't generally known Is There are still some players To his credit. Dark has tried a head football coach At l..ast

that two clubs already are interested on the Giants who awear by everything from being tough to this Is the felling of the Winter

In him for next year, Dark cite the numerous prob, being passive Haven's little league Satans today
the New York Mets and the [ems he has had to contend He even did a truly unprecedrnt PAINT VALUE ii
Minnesota Twins, with and claim it's a shame thing for a manager C. A, (Cus) Hydron, a retired

Dark had received some earlier that lie won't be back when he called a team meeting, Air Force Colom-1 and ...
consideration as Houston There are others, however shut the door to all outsiders All-American fullback from L ;l
who feel like celebrating ever and told his prayers he should Missouri, has taken over Id*

Searcy'.AliioExchange the prospect be managing better than he bead coaching chores of the BAKED

-.. "The only time I ever let my had Satan Hydron, whopl.'edell! KONOMYl j ON
WE manager go is when I find he "I think Alvin Is getting i legiate ball when Paul Christ- '
has the raw deal," says one member of man was Missouri's qttarltr- ONE
no longer players respect. -
1 BUY, ." says Cleveland president the Giants "\lie's a real good back, was offered a precontract AUTO PAINT :;;; NO DOWN
Gabe Paul manager, one of the belt by the Detroit! Lions but chow til

1 SELL That's the time most owners around, but it look like somewhere an The Air announcement Force career of Instead.the new II | PAYMENT $ swtt

.nef decide to fire a manager, and along the line some of :
head coach wu one of the JOB
many
= fc
TRADE.CASH. while it would not be at all ac, the guyi on the club decided developments In the Satan's LIt
curate to aay Dark has lost the not to put out for him" football program. Here are ra\i'l'aty\ Okt Iv
IUlD
Giant players' respect it is certainly It s a sid state of affairs, but some of the others: 1995 S trrmt
true a number of them it happens from time to time -the Sertoma Club.has taken" ANY ON >
for have become disenchanted wit!! not only In baseball but in other over the administrative aspects CAR : '
e SIARCY er him line of endeavor, too of the teamBowen .
C. A. S7UNI YOUR CAR
himself Dark at
," iikerl.yi>< Publicly Willie Mays says he As a player Brothers Grovee
ye. .
liken Dark, but the Say Hey ways gave 100 per cent for every has agreed to co-sponsor the
134 AYE, K. SW. 29U777
kid has grown a bit peevish manlier under whom htcrved '. team along with the t change
.... rtieee 2tl 0174 the
That was only way National Bank
he knew how to playAs -Dr Bill\ Cottrell and Dr

a manager, he generally Raymond LaRuehav* JotnedJIm
defended his players Even after McA.h n Sr tnaaslslantcoachIng .
the Yankees beat hill Glanti duties.

in the W2 World Series, Dark The !Satan will report for r
CONCRETE; BLOCKS downhearted as he was said of their next practice sestlon $5.0ALV Hre re I

MORTAR MIX hl. playew Tuesday at 4 p m at T>ni.nnField. FREEWITH

SIl'MP BLOCK 'I'm proud of them They All interest"l wlnt.Ine I!
I ,/lt1I''I PIERS battled right down to the last to pla> 'houlll atteiot lhisession ANY PAINT JOB
DRY WtI.L BLOCKS out" .
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\ Dear Abby. USI YOUR

CHARttIACCOUNT

Face Facts Man 4 ,K 1
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I I' \ Abigail Van Huron (Mthtai JA



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i,' r DEAR ABBY: Two years ago I had an affair mother that she's a poor hoiuwkeeper Abby, .r
r' with a woman who left her husband and children lark friends don't go to people's homos to see S
to live with me. I left my wife and chlldreni of housekeeper the mother is 1 know
too, but I couldn't stay away from when I am at someoM's house, I never notice
finally broke up with this woman. After I left the housekeeping unless It is horribly messed
her, she claimed the last child the had was up, and even then I wouldn't care or say any
mine. It could be, BO I have been giving her thing about it Can't you explain this to my
money. I've been hiding all this from my wife, mother' Abby7 She reads your column I and I
I g but we've been having so many arguments over can't seem to make her understand.
money lately that she suspects me of keeping
\ this woman. If I stop giving her money, I'm WANTS COMPANY I
afraid she'll take me to court and the mew will Headquarters for
DEAR WANTS I'll
be known. If I keep giving' her money I'll 1000eJ : try: : t
I my wife. I want to save my marriage becauseI ; Dear Mother: There Is nothing more comforting
J could be with this other to a mother thin knowing where her
never happy
woman. "
I've hurt wife daughter l II, and with whom. You run Insure Junior Fashions
already my so much I don't want this : '
to hurt her any more. Please answer in your feeling by encouragingyour daughter to .
bring her friends home, and letting them know
column. I can't get mail at home. Thank you.
they are welcome any time. Youngsters' take
TROUBLEDDEAR little notice of hounekeeplng. In fart, a little A SIZE. NOT AN AGE v '
disarray Is strangely Inviting.
I ., TROUBLED: You nerd a lawyer. T.
submit to blackmail for the rest of your life Isunnecessary. C e e .
If she does take you to court and
the inns "becomes known" It shouldn't shock DEAR ABBY: I started trying to remember
your wife too much because she knew yon lift the last time my husband gave me a complimentor i
her to told me that he loved me and Abby, it had
live with another' woman. Let the law Gay Gibson
been so many years ago I couldn't remember. .
decide how much, If anything, the other woman
FI
Then
Is entitled to. And like one day last week I heard you say on
If
pay up a man ;you
the radio that the to love 3
must. way get was to give It.
So that night when my husband was helping me r
I e e eI dry dishes, I suddenly put my arms abound his 1I
I i neck and said, "Darling, do you know that I l
DEAR ABBY: My husband; and I were at love you*" I
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our club recently, and while dancing with an lie was so overcome, he almost dropped the
eligible bachelor who has been a hunting friendof cup he was drying. Then he kissed me like I
my husband's for years, something he said hadn't been kissed in years! bust can't tell you I I
left me with mixed emotions lie said, "If any how much It meant to both of us, Ably I am L
thing, ever happens' to your husband, I want 62 and he Is 64.
you. I confess I was both flattered and die
turbed. How would you have taken that remark1OVERWm'I.MED THANKS FROM BOTH OF US

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DEAR OVERWHELMED! As a warning Troubled? Write to ABBY Box 69700, Loa h
Don't let your husband go hunting with this Angeles, Calif. For a personal reply, enclosea ( )
"friend" any more stamped self-addressed envelope. r

e e e e e e e ;; ; ( ( I If

DEAR ABBY: I am almost; 16 and my prob. For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Lovely 1+IOVERD"DLFAllo"l
lem Is a mother who won't let me have a girl Wedding" send SO cents to Abby, Box 69700,
friend over unless the house Is in perfect order. Los Angeles, Calif.T .

She's afraid the girl might go home and tell her McN.uKht SynJlc.I., Inc 1161I Jld y

Tally Ho the fo.y .way of Howard

Ringling Museum Boasts Deputy Given I 4e. wolf Slim ,skirt wido-walo topped corduroy by four-button 2-pioco.

I CHECKING front slaw |aek.t.
A.SIGNMENi51' a Iwo
peU, area of dugonal 3600

Outstanding Art LibraryIn Two Weeks To woven nary S".mrock wool walled..r"Meb".WIt"Regal

blue WII" grN" Of

addition to more than 770 portant or rare books from Rod Wllh NVY. I ON THE-10BI Gently I
magnificent paintings, the John other libraries In the United PostJACKSONVILLE 1 blouttd hrtrmfOon
and Mabl. Resign wasted tneath witn Left
Ringling Museum of States. 2600 tri Ion* bodice
I Art houses an equally tine art Since the Ringling Museum of CramumelDlackyolloworongefroMi..n Howard Woll'l yotr 'round Lupolotto .
library containing approximately Art contains America's largest hit 2-piece with blouioitvorblouio
,000 volumes. collection of 16th-18th century (UPI-Fed-) 00 i.iQwann\VOLF end contra itinf lies
J The collection, which contains Baroque art, the majority of Its eraL Judge Bryan Simpson has 26 band.
several rare books pur- library books deal with that given Charles Lance Jr. until 42
chased by John Ringling, was period. The library Is not,how Sept. 19 to resign his post asan

augmented recently by the arrival ever, restricted toBaroqueart, unsalaried St. Johns County
of 38 new books on architecture Interested readers can browse deputy sheriff.
sculpture through material which t ALSO SEE OUR JUNIOR miTES
posters and runs Judge Simpson refused Thursday
artists such as Goya and Rembrandt from the subject of mythology to stay execution of his
to poetry and the history of resignation order pending an
'We add as many materials magic. appeal. The white-haired Jurist
as we can each "It's a tremendous forth As son In o'OGUa
fiscal year, place Issued the order Aug. 20 alter
says librarian Helen Strader. layman to receive a gen- finding Lance in contempt of I
"We additionally receive con oral art education," adds Mrs. an Injunction against Interferingwith
trlbutlons from Interested persons Strader. "Our books are primarily integration in St. Augus-
In the area for which we textbooks on art but tine
are extremely grateful." they are by no means all highly
Although the basic purposeof technical or dry. For example, Attorney Frank Upchurch,
the library Is to augment there are shelves of biographies representing Lance, laid he
Museum functions and to servo and materials which deal would file en appeal challengingthe
Its staff, the library Is open with odd and Interesting facts right of the judge to make
to the public on weekdays from about art" such a requirement.

1 to 4 p.m. The materials,how As In the case of most libraries Simpson told Upchurch "I'm
ever, must be used within the the Ringling center happy to have you test it (the
I building. has a large number of general order). Candidly I think there
Outside of staff members, reference books. The li a plausible argument to be
Mrs. Strider finds that the familiar "Who's Who In America made and the Appellate Court
greatest number of persons using ," "Who's Who In Art," will havelo decide the merits"
the library facilities are and "Readers Guide" are also The judge allowed 10 extra
students and teachers. "People Joined by encyclopedias In English days for Lance to report compliance 4
from all over the West Coast German, French and Ital with the order. The original .
come to the library each week. ian. Further classifications Include date was Sept. ..
A great many are students seeking history of art, American In ordering Lance to resign, .9 4a

Information for term papers paintings, European paintings Simpson pointed out that he did t,
while other may be writers for sculpture, architecture,design, not interfere with the man's
national art magazines or local ornament and minor arts, and livelihood because Lance is fully a.

artists. guide books. employed In the lumber and
During the Aaolo Festival The library contains countless
service station businesses. Lan.
the summer months and the periodicals which date as
ce served as an unsalaried
Turnau opera season In the far back as the 1800'.. Many
deputy but had the full
winter, designers from the of these are catalogs from major powersof
.
a regular deputy."I
companies spend considerable galleries which quote auction -
think will concede
time In the library. Mrs.Strader prices gallery bulletins, everyone "
this Is novel point said
a Up-
exhibition .
expects an Increase In the or pamphlets.In
church "Whether the court has
fall when New College classes addition to books and meg-
Interest to the the right to require that he resign
begin. Of special lines library maintains a
these students will be Ringling large collection of Kodachrome where so such emphasis
obt.lnlnlm' slides cards and It on whether he Is compensated.
library policy of foreign post ."
pictures Several rare books
art also locked In their own In s..klnthe stay, Upchurch
said Lcnce'i bond would be
cancelled
cabinet Among theso are a series -
of the Cesnola Cypriote if he resigned and he
art collection, and two overtire would have to gel another one
HAVENCAFE books on the Flemish master If Simpson were reversed by the
Peter Paul Rubens. Appellate Court.
The Rubens books, the most Simpson said the requirementof
valuable In the library, date another bond was not a serious
back to the 15th century and are enough matter to justify
written In Latin. staying his order


Fla. Southern rus"Citrus Industry Insects," dealing with

pest control will be taught by
Plans Courses William R, Lyle, head of the

OFWinter About CitrusA The college's class Citrus will meet Department on Wednesday I'ifu. csQ w.jG'k M5 00


Haven "Citrus special Canning evening Procedures"will course In nights."Lanc'scspe .Horticulture and 1.optW. j {

be offered this fait by Design" wllbe\ taught by Fascinating new profile to underscore all your this-season fashions. Pure perfection Choooe your i vont. in luociou. cni coif'
Thomas B. Mack of the collegefaculty.
announces Florida Southern College
The class will meet on of line in luxury leather, collared for contrast and easel! Cushioned. Light s OCT0" "ow" WITS lUCK TRIP

The course "' 11be\ taught Thursday nights
They WIIIREOPEN by Alvin II. Rouse of the Citrus Southern's evening schedulewill and supple. On a newsmaking two-inch heelet. With the deft touch of Joyce

Experiment Station Lake number 34 courses, it was
very evident in its beautiful fingertip toe.
Alfred. The clans Hill meet on announced by Dr. J. Birney
Tuesdays from 6.30: to 9:SO p.m. Gross dean of academic affairs -

beginning Sept 13. .lc 1>g4CE
Registration for all courses

Florida Southern's evening division will be held Tuesday Sept 8, ...O- !
for also is offering two other starting it < p m. In the Ord.

BUSINESSTUESDAY courses,leae of IU.1I11 Interest to the cit way Arts Building. .. .' H f t7j




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ownes crashing down around them. There is no comforting them at feast S
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radiant sunshine and the world again becomes a fairyland, for imagination is Ij j I
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Chosen DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Su.diy, Sept. 6, 1964 Page 16
November For Miss Knorr Mr. Usina
Nuptials

Annual F Fall Fashion Show A nd LuncheonTo I ,
w 11MIU Dr. and Mrs. L. Carl Knorr of 102 Lake Florence Drive, announce the< ,1'11-

I gagement of their daughter, Carolyn Jean, to Gary Charles Usina, son of hand .


: ,,1. Be Staged September 23rd 3 In Mayo HallTraditionally ,,1,.. Mrs.brld@.I"l't- ..- F. Charles rHiIlvfd-- Usina Mr of St. Augustine.

secondary schooling\ ItCOo. F. ( a
fashion-conscious i women of Winter Haven put away their, cordia, Argentina and in Winter .1 ?

light summer clothes, bring out the darker ones, dust off last year's hat (or buy Haven, being graduated with
the class of 1959 at Winter Haven
tt new one) don their prettiest gloves and officially welcome the new fall sea High School. She attendedThe .

son when the Bouquet Garden Club stages its annual luncheon and fashion American University of

3 how in Nora Mavn AnHit/ii'iiinv. Cairo Egypt and Florida State

The show has grown so in ed by club lumbers In Oriental Maas Brothers will furnish University at Tallahassee.Mr. .

popularity, that last year dre-M. six professional models, Local Usina, a native of St. I
reservation were completelygone The models win he Mrs. Richard Augustine received his educa I
) stage wiling promise
days In advance of the
to be a<< ouMindlng as last Dantzler Mrs. George Kendrick tion at St. Joseph's Academyand
actual eventh.'ahhions year's, and the latent In high Mrs. Carl Strang Mrs was graduated from Florida
George Graf Mrs. Sidney Carter State University with the
In The Rising Sun"It fashion, ranging to the most
It (the theme chosen for this formal, will be shown by Mall Mrs. C. 0. Spencer Jr. class of 1963. While at FSU
years show which \Li scheduledfor Brothers of Lakeland. Mrs. R. C. Truett, Mrs. Glen he was a member of Sigma ,
Wedne d. y September 23rdIn During the luncheon, Beverly Hicks Mrs. Arnold Spanjers) Alpha Epsilon fraternity. lie
Nora Mayo Auditorium. The Der, daughter of Mr. and Mrs and M 1'1. Paul Sutton served two years with the Marines
intriguing Orient will be reflect Charles Dcr and Miss Barbara Corps and Is presentlywith
ed in the exotic decorations Adams daughter of Mr and Mrs. Beverly Schnetzler Is the Peoples National Bank
general chairman with Mrs.
which nearing completion. Mrs. W. G. Adams Group in Miami.
are will play Larry Rollins, Club president ., a
Cuei? limited three hundred .
i, to oriental music on twin hammond
as co-chairman. Mrs. Charles The wedding will take placein
t in number and
( re'wrva- organs Deming Is chairman of models; November.
tlcns taken on a first come, There will be door prizes Mrs. H. A. Carroll\, decorations .
first serve bails), will be serv and many gift\: ; Mrs. T. L. Whitehead,

Mrs J, B. Williams, food, and
I reservations are being taken by Housewife Label "

Mrs. L B. Carter, CY 3-9751, ,re fir's
and Mrs R. L. White, CY Called Old Hat
3-8268.
NEW YORK (UPI) Women N ,;
Donations win be two dollars Ilv
each. are people, no longer "house.

CARMEN PATRICIA ANTHONY wives," and as a result marketing

and advertising executives

3 Mixing BowlSecret February Wedding PlannedBy enticing must them take to a buy.new tack in ;


RecipeIs So predicts the marketing reM
Miss Anthony Mr. Marotti
publication, Sales Management.
No LongerA It says the American woman .s:::. :

"seems to be emerging from the MISS CAROLYN JEAN KNORR I
SecretEvery Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Anthony of Haines City slot of the single-p u r po. e

announce the engagement of their daughter, Carmen homemaker who could once
woman in the world Patricia Robert find social values in cleaning Membership Coffee Date Set
likes a secret When the secretis to Edward Marotti, son of Mrs. Vir her home, and creative fulfillment .
s a recipe it just can't wait. ginia Marotti of this city, and the late Mr. Marotti. in adding the egg to the

Monte, popular chef at the Miss Anthony, a native of At. cake mix."

French Leave Hotel at Gover lanta, Ga., and a resident of from the Winter Haven High As people instead of "house. By Local Hospital AuxiliaryThe
l c'L nor's Harbour on Eleuthera, an llaines City for the past nine School in 1959. He is now attending wives," the publication adds,
Out Island of the Bahamas, years, was graduated from the .
Florida State University women are developing
new patterns
has Just shared his famous llaines City High School in 1962. of Membership\ Committee of the Winter Haven
where he la a member of living, new status symbols
Banana Chips secret recipe She Is employed by State Farm Sigma Nu Fraternity He expects new psychological needs- Hospital Auxiliary, under the chairmanship of Mrs.
with us, and, like any woman Insurance and Is a member of to be graduated in Dec.ember. "women are becoming less de. Robert Hoenshel, is planning a membership coffee to
with gold on her tongue, we the First Baptist Church of
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finable
as a mass market
be held September 15 from 10 o'clock until twelve
llaines
are passing it along to a few City. Plans are being made for a
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thousand very close friends. Mr. Marotti was graduated February wedding.F1T "Her desire for individuality noon at the Lake Region Yacht and Country Club
coupled with her increased education Letters of invitation havebet'n
BANANA CHIPS will bring a greater need sent to all women's civic iliary will be explained at this

3-4 very hard, very green or creative merchandising by clubs in Winter Haven and surrounding time.
bananas. mass marketers," says the pub communities urgingthe All women from Winter Haven
Hot water. lication. and communities that the Hospital
member to attend this coffee -
b'--' -.-- serve are invited to at
With Ingredients like those it r 'What the future in advertising so that they may becon'l'ebel1t'r tend the membership coffee so
GOODBYE SUMMER HELLO FALL' Mrs. Pete seems almost too simple The seems to can for Is the acquainted with the that they may find out how
Spencer, left and Mrs: :.Idnev barter are as eageras key to making banana chips, combination of a price and Hospital Auxiliary they can aid in the growth of
I most women to put away summer clothes and welcome however, Is the kind of bananas value approach-with more Informative The membe-x the Auxiliary the hospital.
the fall and winter season with dressier clothes, used. They must be very hard and le s gimmickycopy have pledged their supportto The Auxiliary currently has
hats and loves. Thev are among those who will\ be and very green. The bananasare and appeals directed to aid in the expansion program over 100 member: and future
attending the annual fashion show and luncheon to be dipped Into hot water to the various types and moods of of the hospital, and the plan are ti> establish chapter

.--sponsored-.-..---by.- the Bouquet Garden Club. remove the skin. They are then women." aim: and purposes of the Aux in each community In the area.
s cut very fine, lengthwise, at .
Elks tub an angle for a firmer chip.
Party
I Then deep fry them, and salt

If, Mix & '.Match< Plans Are to taste.If. r

however, you don't wantto t ,,
with color Well UnderwayThe salt thl'm-don't want themas

a snack-you might prefer
coordinatedSINGER Elk Club Is making procress -
to serve them as a dessert
with its plans for the
with a large bowl of whipped
lint party of the fall season to
t : cream, scooping the cream onto
he held September 19th
.
the banana chip for a mouthwatering _
The event will be a Roaring finish to any meal.
Fabrics 20.. parly and costumes while
optional are encouraged.Nellie You'U win every cooking rib _
Sloat, local dance In. bon In,the neighborhood when
itriirtor Is working out skits you trot out Banana Chips, the < << The SINGER Co. and dance routines which will newest nibble. If you can't c pS L(( lt ,tt(( L.r..l1I
2)3 W. Central m. ZtJ-1171 be the main feature of the par make a trip to the Bahamas ? _

I' I, ,Wlirttr.1.. I III Hflvtn UlctUnd) ty which promises to providefun these delicious chips will bring
for all attending some of its flavor to you


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MALDNE ri MISS CHARLOTTE ANN MCINTOSII
Chiropractic LtLL
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Health Mattress Miss Charlotte Ann Mcintosh rir LL L



I"erspri"g Is Engaged To Glenn Broom 1


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Announcement is being made toIIby Mr.( and

Mrs. Howard Mclnto of the engagement of their

daughter Charlotte Ann to Glenn A. Broom, son of

Mr. and MI'.. Alvin Broom, I.
The bride-elect Is a native of
attend Polk Junior He
Lake College
Eagle She was graduated
from the Winter Haven \High I is also a member of the Eagle
School In 1963 and is employed Lake Assembly of God Church.
Plans for mid-November
as a dental assistant by LonJ. a
I... rwrr+lu ri Muncy, D. D. S.Miss wedding will be forthcoming. Press on wallThat is all!

Mclntoth
Is a member
of the Eagle Lake Assembly of Guess what's showing In the
81" ela<< )inrr Way In health God Church.Mr men's shoe field\ for taU and NEW DIMENSIONAL

UN. to CNnvnc. HwlfeaMOTt' --....I..... Broom is a native of winter High heels. This I Is DECRO.TILE'II' -l'll' I ISelf.
Cottondale He moved to Eagle what the National Shoe Retailer
|lv.. yov M wp.wt willie....W"**...** to. Lake several years ago and Association reports. These are -sticking handsome 3-dimensiortal mosaic panels. Molded of --1-111 ,
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MoItpoclflcon
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,rtrln.M.rrWnew'.Mt.n11e w ...de' .N e..a-,.. a/ur r rMrn.rr, -v.rwi, was graduated this spring from shoes with heels just a fw liftshigher rigid vinyl with washable waterproof, grease, stain, chip and {IIJ..J.J J
Winter Haven High School lie than the conventional,,
0' oof c' ,....... be '0'. ''" fire resistant qualities, looks, feels and glistens like
imported
Is employed by Cypress Gardens and are Influenced by shoes _. ... '"
Citrus Inc and plans to worn hy the Beatles ceramic tile, yet at a fraction of the cott. Ir, so easy for you

NOW! Longer..Wider..King Size to Decro-tile in just minutes. Simply peel backing and place daSJ...

on wall, it's self-sticking. Easy to cut with tensors if necessary I.J
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and bend around comers Ideal for kitchens and 1111
bathrooms of
Chiropractic King SizeOver ReFee'S: course but also perfect for decorator effects in hallway playroom .. ?i!

6 feet wide. Almost 7 feet long // /////1/ jfRVtrrrt ShoeBox den etc. For accents UM on planton, room dmden .to-.J"" .....J.-
? / / / rA K W A > cobmets. shelves and the Me. Excellent for
troubled walls '
Limited time only Wlittt fainien/ Speaks with Aa"ori' Countless, ,} ;J;)!jfffI.
let
uses imagination wild.
your run
.WN
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WILL BE CLOSED
Twig or doubU-IIO'. long o'! .. 59.95 \Io"-'en of ,
Ron
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eight X 12"
panels (covers 8 sq. ft.) only $3 98 ; ,t"

TUESDAY, SEPT. 8thIN ecro. tiIe .

\ Winter Hovtn. Finest furniture Adding Carpets Orop."" | ma..Iw j
OBSERVANCE OF ARELIGIOUS Tit,. lilt, a 'terrific come m and rWVILLAGE


THORNTON FURNITURE CO. HOLIDAY 1 1l

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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Sunday, Stp 6. 1964 '.g. 17 Around The Town \1
I Miss Shirley Sharp Wears Lace And TulleFriday


evening It eight Rock Garden Pointers Given Cadet Richard Hood Is Home From West Point I


clock in the Inwood Baptist
Cadet Richard i Hood 1 is i the Labor
spending weekend and
Day celebratinghis
Church, Mil Shirley E Sharp r
daughter of Mr and Mr At Jacaranda Club Meeting birthday with his parents Mr and Mrs Elmo Hood, and hie sister, Chris-

Sbearley Sharp, became the tine, j

bride of Willard. Taylor Jr011! 'hock Garden are interesting tropical Rock Garden Mra Cadet Hood spent the month of July in Germany as a junior officer as a ,
of Mr. and Mrs WiUtrd TalorVowi
and fun to make," stated Moore said The stalks of Cacti!
ofeat Points'
part Army Orientation
were read by the Rev Mr S. A Moore at the September Ire ao constructed aa to absorb Training Program, He spent the month

Will'< Campbell following i meeting of Te Jacar a lot of moiature quickly by expending of August on leave visiting Rome, Florence, Vienna Brussels, the French Riv-

program of nuptial mush ty nda Club at the home of their accordion.like leritk Paris, Copenhagen, Barcelona, London and Berlin Upon his return to the
Royce Beadey vocalist and Mr j A. Haney However." stalks There are over one Academy, he will begin his third
Mrs. Donald Elwefl organ!"t she continued, you muat havea thousand species of cacti!, and year

Graceful palms formed the good strong back and not be three basic types of Cacti the Mrs, E, E, Raasch has re Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Henley Mrs Alice (Marge) Johnsonhas
background for basket arrangements afraid. to work. leafy cacti!, the prickly pear turned from a three and a and daughter have moved to recently returned from a
of white gladioli and The Detection of the site fora tribe; and the oereus tribe half, month trip during which Winter Haven from their former aix,week vacation In Hawaii.
bronze mums. Lighted cathedral Rock ; time she visited the World
Garden is important Mrs. W. C. Clifford, horticu! home In Clearwater. and
tapers in seven-branched since it should fit Into its oursoundings. tural chairman reported on Fair amt friends In Pennaylvanle plan to become permanent re*. Mrs A, Reid Utnsey and
candelabra on the chancel cast It should be in a Ground Cover They are planted Nebraska and Californla \ ktent They are reckling on Prof and Mrs. Frank McKenna .
I soft glow over the anctuary corner or at an entrance, or a where nature or the gardener Fourth Street SE Mr. Henley and four children of Green.

Each window held lighted patio doesnt want gra *. They Is vice president of First Federal castle Ind were recent guestsof
candles and pew markers were Rocks, Mrs Moore said, help protect the soil reduce Mr and Mrs. Arthur Hancock Savin,. and Loan Mr. and Mrs. James M,
white bows. should be native if possible, and erosion on steep lopes and pre. and son, Charles, are returning Oliver Jr., lake Elbert Drive '
: The bride was given In mar all of one kind. A large boulderor vent encroachment of weeds. today from Jickwn Mr. *nd Mrs. Mike Patrick, Prof. McKenna Is head of the
clue by her father and woit two Is all that IB Gravel or rock may also be ville They drove up Friday to formerly of Alabama, are now political science department at
I I beautiful sown of chintlllj a rock garden necessaryfor But aa used as ground cover Thereare attend the graduation of their making their home here on Avenue DePauw University

lace and tul>. The sculptured boulders are hard to find and three kinds of (rover the daughter and slater Mlns Charlotte L, NE. Mr Carrick Is with Mr. and Mr, W. E. Cos
bodice of lace wa, fashioned close clinging vine like type, Hancock, from business the department of
rocks be program
expensive may foundIn and children have returned to
with a Sabrina Neckline and t more upright lily or grassy college Mim 1 Hancock will be \UNT
the phosphate pits. Smaller New Lisbon
their home In N
long tapering slpevei The bout type, and small shrubs. Soil employed by the Atlantic Nations
stones may be used for border J. after a vMt with the for.men's
fans skirt of lull ruffle, should be spaded eight Inches Bank In Jacksonville .
sweepIng and A2/C Richard F Atkinson
also
t piled to look like a parents, Mr. and Mrs. L
Into a charnel train leas deep and mixed with organic E
larger rock White or brown son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry II. GOBS
tured :a wide panel 1 of lace It river gravel may be bought matter before planting. Cultl Mr, and Mrs, Dean Marshall Atkinson, hag been "selected I
the front and back A princesscrown j L. locally If you want to be real vation U nt'arl1lmpos.ible later will leave Thursday to accompany Outstanding! Observer of theMonth

of ned rirU and teardrop M professional put In a small on. Allowance for rapidity of their daughter, Donna, to In his Air Weather Service The trend in handbags Is to
pearl held the bride'i ws pool; a walk or path of step. growth should be considered Lynchburg, Va where .he will unit at Kadena AB, Oklnawa small, more compact looks
veil of misty Illusion and she ping stones make an Interesting Suggested ground covers are begin her freshman year at moderate sires replacing the
carried cascade of periwinkle fig marigold, Ills .
I a bouquet addition Lynrhhurg College huge carry-alii of former seasons
white orchid and lily of the Taller plants should b, plar- ope, pcperomia, lantana, confederate -. The Rev and Mr, Ormond In part, this change la
t valley. ed at strategic positions and jasmine ivy portulaca Mr. and Mrs. Rodney nf'lIsnll.nd P. VtoUrem and family have due to the overall fashion trend I
le. Mrs. U. C. Richardville wi* surrounded with low growing and many others daughter hive moved to moved to Auburndale where the to the t'lsuallook. Young women .
'. matron of honor She wore a Mrs. F U Okula gave a report Winter Haven from Brandon assumed his duties .
; shrubs, ground rover or un"' former hi* for Instance, won't he carryIng
r charming iridescent pumpkin In shady spots coleus, begonia, of the State Conventionheld They are residing on AvenueS as pastor of the First Baptist around so many cans of
1 peau de sole gown complemented peperonla wandering<< Jew and at Hollywood SE. Mr. Dellann l is employed Church He was formerly pa*. hairspray as teasing and bouf
by a brief jacket with came. Ivy may be used For sunny Other members present Parker were by Tampa Electric Company for of the Inman Park Baptist fant colffurei give way to the
lot sleeves A bow accented the gardens use Yucca, palms, Cacti Mesdames Stanley Church sleek, casual cuts
.
Thclma C M Montis
Sylvester.
waistline above the floor length portulaca, cedilla, browel .
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skirt and matched her head. .t. ,, Its, creeping periwinkle, ver- Mr and Mrs, Pan Driver and
piece with illusion veiling. She j : ;:;(; bees sod many succulents. llnn-elman. Joe Lameck John family, Mike and Ellen, attended .

carried a lam bronze chrysanthemum ..-____ \" '.". ."".'',' ""' -. Cacti Is the backbone of a lue.Mrs Wilson rank, Charles Sloeth Peck,and a the graduation of their cur h IM STERLING
with Ivy, lily of the daughter, Paula from business
valley and small bronze mums. MRS WILLARD TAYLOR JR +,"f.- S 1 college Friday night in Jackson I
Miss Gedone Powell, Miss Joanne tar \llle Miss Driver will make ,
Scharabok and Miss Mary ,In charge of the bride'i book. City; Mr and Mra C H Henry .r.ri/ her home In Jacksonville where

Taylor were bridesmaids Their Assisting In h>*pitlltiei were Waverly! Mr. and Mrs. Rsy -,; she will be employed by Cheer
frowns and accessories wereIdt'ntic.1 Mrs W, B. lawrence, Mrs, Casey, LakelandNewcomers. tir Mortgage Company
Park,:', Mrs. C. II. Henry and 6 I
in design to that of
I the honor attendant, Each Miss Ann Porter, Mr. and Mrs W C. I. rkhartand

carried a single long.stemmed For Club family are newcomers to 0+M J
a wedding<< trip to the 1t '' t'1rtty rt
chrysanthemum with matching Winter Haven They moved
Smoky Mountains, the bride Plans r
streamers chose royal blue two-plt're linen Supper here from Orlando and are now
Mrs Sharp chose for her su'' with black patent acressories making their home on Aveflue .
daughter wedding, a sag e Wednesday F. SF
green gown of lace over taffeta
with beige accessories and a After September 13th Mr and Mils Becky Myers and MU I
white orchid corsage( Mrs Taylor will reside at 1026 The Newcomers Club will Mary Jane Evans have rrturn I
The bridegroom mother 31st Street NW have a covered dish supper ,,, ,. ed to their studies at the University I II
wore ft light blue crepe gown Wednesday night at six clock '.- "'. of Florida. Both girls I
The bride was graduated in the Youth Center ,
with black Mist Myers,
accessories and are sophomore
a from the Ardmore High School Cards will be played afterwards .
white orchid daughter of Mr and Mr \Herman
corsage.Billy
I in 19JA/ and hat resided .
here
J will reside at
Hammock served Myers
ai since 'hen She! Is employed In All to Winter Haven .
r "ect man and usher were RegInald newcomers yew Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority house,
the office of Dr Lon J. Invited to attend
Muncy
Outlaw, Bill Sharp and Mr. are and Mist Evans. daughter of \
I l"vd Quinn. Taylor was graduatedfrom Mr and Mrs John O Evans: iI/
tile Winter
To the reception In the Haven High Sandwich will reside next door In the TrtDelta
School and Winter Haven Business !. August I Is Time -1
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church the houseMrs
annex bride's
ta
College He Is employedby the bent poKnlbl time for root,
ble wa covered with a white Electric qulik and complete! sandwich
Tampa
Company
cutwork cloth and centered Out.of.town guests for the meal. Pand." lrh meal are d# Garland PrldKen<< U a
with a four tiered weddtag wedding and reception IncludedMr rated top by e*ary one from u patient In the Lakeland General
cake with" bridal statuette. On Little Leaguers to the man.of. Hospital
and Mrs
erthl' ,"r side were lighted t'Pf'raIn Reginald Out. the house and enrwlally by
.
law, Jacksonville Mis Gedone
crystal candelabra < Mom who appro .lates not hav 3 ht-cf
Mk Charlotte Powell, Cocoa Beach: Mr and Inn to upend a lot of time In Curtis J. Nllllami, gunners
McIntosh
wa Mrs Will\ Red! seaman, son of Mr. VICTORIANDresitr ]
and Mrs James 1* William.
has txen graduated from Gunner Set

'J Westinghouse FROST-FREE Refrigerator Mate School at the Naval j J
Training Center. Great Like, $70.50Including ()

111 2 illrtctive gift acIftCKOTIONAL
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\ MISS: JUDITH ELAINE PARMtNTER Marine Lars Corporil William Iihnar t a rr

II. fuller Jr? ion of Mr
KEEPS MEAT FRESH 7 DAYS
and Mr William II. Fuller of

y Vermont Resident Is EngagedTo lono North Lake Otis Drive I SAVINGS';
wan promoted to his present
rank while serving with the


! ', WITHOUT FREEZING Basil Ford Of,: This City lion it Station the In Cherry Marine Maintenance Point Corp N Squadron Air. C.Sla e ; s e Jlwlll i illVHSMlTH I


Mi,'. and Mm. Walter G Parmenter of Kovalton, Mr, and Mr, Ted Dlrkson niim'Si.Nw.

Vt announce the engagement! of their daughter, Judith and family hive returned from !
vacation visit wHh relative .
Elaine to Basil II Foul mn of Mr. and Mr. Clifford a Alabama and Ten CY J.1 "S
In
Georgia,
k Plus these Ford of Winter Ha\en. nemee

exciting features: -
Mils Parmenter i Is a 19M
..S4 graduate of South Royalton
1-- 119-Ib/ Frost.Free Freezer High School who took) the curling, rippling

Mr. Ford is a Junior at College t.

q Exclusive Cold Injector of BuineM Administration twisting out of straps that strctrh?
; CoolingIce at Boston( University
No date hat been set for the J
Cube Server Quick1'I wedding. )
Freeze Tray Shelves 1. .


I" l y Cheese and Butter Keeper Xi Gamma Chapter Illftz"erjOrlll did! !

an : 2 Glide-Out Shelves -v :

costs no more than Enjoys SupperA 1 /

ordinary refrigerators!

AYAILAILI POt AS UTTLI AS prise nipper" t'1t.8H01e featuring totxnl!aur talad with traps of a unique new {

Italian/ ,breads. ICed tea and

I fresh peach cobbler precededthe non -riltltling non rolling elastic! I
I? ,
l $3.50PER Gamma first fill Chapter meeting Thursdaynight of Xi

v at the home of Mr and Till now you vt had to put up with strap r
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WEEK .MM Bill RaMkn In Poinsettia
Model AE 4J 3,
that stretch. which have a bad habit of f/
Park t
The ways and mean com twitting and binding-especially alter j,

Westinghouse convenience features: milts with Mr Ilirry Turner they art washed forget itt Maidtnform j

as chairman, was In charge of J newest 'S*.tt MusIC' bra hat strap
the supper to wMeh the husbands
of member were also ;+ that Stretch smoothly over your

Invited Shoulders, around the bach and under \3i

Bet BMy Cannes were the cup, and stay smooth no matter I
eee drawn dwrta, the meeting and
how active you art or how otters you
projedt for the year were di.
cussed wash the bf a. That because they. I

made with a totally new kind' cf aatt( c-

A* last veer the chapter wall j light. mtthy, and permanently
2 PORCELAIN MEAT KEEPER CHCtSEANOBUT, TILT.UPSNLFIn give a handmade Chrism I
CMISPSRS hold holds 18 IDs TIM COMPART f reeier foWi back tablecloth and a holiday been,' ,_ "r; .''' treated to lit nat! Tht hapif of the l i
r more than *4 Peopsrmoisture MINT holds Ib to accommodate will be held bray Pure Maidtnformt Firmspoke .
bushel of vegetables and ttmperatur. butter 2 lb. brick .It'I.ltems. A* IVenulWsl Ciarort !
dewy"p "malt frtan of crtt stitched cups mld..f smooth
for a eek. Tear l h pluNf In .At Mil cotton, with under cup Inserts for
aerial .f the ,t..,. ni, will
W a progressive darner\ a* Kept- extra support Ind uplift

tuber M*, Catalan will be ABC tup -$300I A.. _,,\...... I IA.
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sieved al la* ton tt Mr and reoen i5 ttwsw
@? Mr*. lobs feUo, Bluer -.WW tI,.. a en. I.bi.. Gaon ,..',.....,,ese owes II,... tnew :

al she. here a* |>r. and Mrs.

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and 2 let Trays Appliance Sales & Service CONTAINERS hold chairman anted to'eontrlhutloiH 235 W. Central Ave
holds fort than 24 eggs each or of rlothma: for
100 cube. nSJrdSf, SW, CT J.J4S2 var,tty of fru,ts school! rhiMrea for the Salsa'
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--, ..,::. --: :, ..., .<... Church CircleTo Women On The Go


t : Hear LectureTo Club Activities Resume With Arrival Of Fall Special!

:,
I '" start the fall season of Wed. Sept. 9 Only
activities, Circle Pour of First September finds most women's clubs resuming their busy fall and winter

' Presbyterian Church will bold schedule after several months of summer vacations. The pace quickens as the COLD WAVEDELUXE
'f Its traditional covered dish club members look forward to a busy season and new and exciting projects which
luncheon Wednesday, September '
'ft
9th not only add so much fun to their own lives,' but means so much in the continuo CREAM $850

r' ; Mrs. Edward F. Jukes, Circle ing growth and development of the community in which they live OIL
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chairman, has announced
1 I Mrs J E. McKibben la makIng Aisles Garden Club Bouquet Garden Club CompleteOPEN .

L- arrangements for the event. The Azalea Garden Club will The Bouquet Garden Club, TUES. AND Ml. EVENINi
__ The following committees were under For packed lunches to be rat
get its new action way with the theme for the coming
appointed to assist Mrs Mc. en while trawling; In the I Thursday with a Dutch Break being "Excel Through
year small finger andwl"'h<"< In
r JJ 1 Klbben: Program Mrs Alden ant tit S:3Q: a m. at the Ha Knowledge and Service", gets plastic wrap wrap or aluminum rllll
I rt Ryon; decorations, Mrs E. L yen HeAt 1 1Mm Into full swing with a board The small iwmlwlf'hen are easier
Davis; invitations, Mrs Dick Frances Okula, commit meeting Tuesday at the home of for both children mid grown
Kingham; telephone Mrs Harold tee chairman of District 9. will the president Mrs Larry Rol. ups| to mnnnK Turk a paper' BEAUTY SALON
) Garrett clean.up, Mrs. R. prevent a program on GardenTherapy. lins, 1600 Avenue L, NW. The napkin around( ea' h wmppfitHHndulih I 224 3rd St., S.W.
C Lewis, and publicity, Mrs meeting is caned for ten a.m. Then UK" ipkln will CY 3-054
Lisle Davis. Hostesses for the day will be and all board member are re be "on hand" when mwled\
The author of two books, Mrs. W. R Hatfielcl, Mr, quested to attend.
I Mra Andrew Blackwood of George R. Hardy, Mrs. Ted B, The first annual meeting of
Lakeland, bas accepted an In. Jahn and Mrs. Joe Spangler the entire club membership will Nellie Sloat Ballroom Dance Studio
vitation to address the group. Green Thumb Garden ClubA be a 'sample fashion show
While Mrs. Blackwood is perhaps covered dish supper to be luncheon' Thursday at twelve 4 *
{ w beat known locally as being served at 6.30 Thursday nightin noon athe home of Mri T
E:: ..... i' .... SEPARATE Beginners
the mother of the Rev the Tampa Electric Leisure L. Whitehead 706 Avenue F.
James Blackwood, she Is also Room will open the new fall SE. Each will have a savory CLASSES / Int.rm.di.tet6th
1 MRS!: J. t. MCKIBD1, left, general! chairman of the luncheon meeting to he held a popular lecturer, having that program for the Green Thumb sample of oriental cuisine
by Circle Four of the First Presbyterian Church Wednesday, and Mrs. Harold Carrett Is rare ability of dispensing both Garden Club. The club'a annual fashion Grad. Advanced
telephone chairman. The luncheon will feature a lecture by the author of two books, Mrs common sense and deeper An informative lecture on fall show plans will be completed. 7th Grad. ALL SOCIAl
I Andrew Blackwood, of Lakeland. thoughts with a light touch. bulb planting will be presented Among the many projects! of the /-
,
Luncheon will be served informally during the meeting following the club this year Is a regularly Grud.s LATIN sod
Your Mirror's Reflection Corduroy, long a daytime at noon with the pro summer sponsored program for the HI.h School AMERICANADULTS
classic with the college and gram to follow. More than one Past Chiefs Hub Girls Club of Wahneta School. DANCESRegister
hundred The Past Chiefs Club of the will also be a topic for ,
young career girl set, now goes guests are expected to This
Keep That Rosy GlowBy into evening Several designers attend Pythian Sisters will met Tuesday discussion.
show the fabric In dressy clothes night a'. 7:30: in the home Fire AuxiliaryThe
of Mrs Nick Routes, 525 Ave, Winter Haven Fireman' A"-/
for fall and winter Mr.
JE.NMNE: SUTTON "Vintage" colors highlight nue E. NW. Auxiliary wilt meet at the homeof
Mort, for example, uses white
clothes for the back to college
This is the first meeting of Mrs. Cephas Atkinson, 206
wide wale for sleeveless
.
Not too long ago, women had to depend on slap- skimmer corduroy dresses built on set Autumn colors are "soaked' the club since adjournment for Avenue F, SW, at eight p.m. Now For Fall Classes
ping their cheeks to disguise pallor, or rouging them princess lines, for two.piece In, beaujolais carnation,and wine other, blueberry rich the summer and a full attend. Tuesday All members are re 808 Lode Silver atqliwictt' Dr. Claim CONDITIONED New U rr..'*.. CY 4-2874
Is urged. attend
ancr quested to
with red crepe paper dipped in water. Today, how outfits with vest-jacket tops deep shades

ever with all the liquid cream, powder and cake rouges

on the market, women are able to pursue nature's rosy
glow in A more professional manner. Just Arrived .

The most important thing to for a final blending. One A Solid Carload of Famous Stratford
remember In wearing rouge final thing; If you wear foun
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The most popular rouge told Start roughing high up fora ; SOFAS
on the market today la the square face also but place U\\ /j STRATFORD and
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because of the natural look
Then
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i Red Chinese Library Announces Books Recently. Added To ShelvesThe -- the Mary Bible Limits J Mats Book. by"An Bonk Outline" Benson of. Ward Making lunch, "The"John of s New Keats Poet'Nations,"" Aileen The of s s Akea ,

"A Study of the tilE It Africa" Ben
Wallenberg.:
DownIn Winter Haven Public of Communism" Alfred Rie; "A EaM-ntlals: of American
Youth Gov
Bogged Richard Power: [.fah. !Seymour Epstein: in Japan & the Orient" c-s .
Sydney
M"vMt to Feast. Hemtagway '
Library has ernment.,
received William
a shipment "Accident Elisabeth Jane "Now Is the Time Leo Clark: "A Parents Guideto Young:
of new books. fiction and The 'The Rest of the Story The Family and the "
way: Big Knnves. RunLancaster Katcher: "A Frieze of Girls the New Mathematics." Bible.
non.fiction. These hooks Shcttah Graham: "Thrilling' Mary R. Newland'
are : "Buddw.., Evan Allan Seager "Some Trust inChaNota Evelyn Sharp .
Chide, Ian Fleming, "Adven
Paper WorkHONG on the shelves available to Huter. ." Jack Weeks
"Cooper's Creek" Alan tuna in the Holy Land" Norman .
readers
"The "
Pilgrim Project "TV Grandfathers Conrad
Moorehead: "G. B Shaw V. Peak."George .
The new fiction books are: Richard Newhafer: "The OM! Richter: "And Wait for the Creative Artist" Homer Wood. Sportsmen who lose their
KONG (UPI) The "The Keepers of the House," Gods Laugh. Frank Yerty, Night" John Owrington, bridge: "A Way Home," Callett MarshallEducation hunting or fishing licenses may a
United States is not the of a General' obtain a duplicate for
only Shirley Gnu: The Eye of "I Was twenty-
Dancing Edwin: "Checkpoint, Charles Thayer. ""
James Childers
"paper tiger" worrying Communist the Lion" Lael I Werlenbaktr : "La Legion Forrest Pogue: 'Better Bidding five cents from the office of the e
O'Connor
:
: "Not in the Cafcn "An Honorable Estate'Lane
Geoffrey Bores "
China. in 15 minute. Howard county Judge who Issued the
'Man on Fire Le Gette F= vt
dar Margaret Kennedy Kauffmann "
The Red Chinese are bother "Spawn of Evil Paul \\ell- Srhenken: 'Argentina A license
Blythe Rascal's Heaven. "
ed by red tape, the mountain of The, Lonely Man Faith The nn-fiction books are: man "Overtime In Heaven City It A Nation," James
paper work piling up at home. Van' Wyrk Mason Baldwin J Seasons of the "Ahmg the Ridge," Deward Peter Llsagor "The Vital Balance Scoblt-. The Quiet Crisis." \)
They are trying to do something "The Wooden horseshoe II( an Margaret Abrams; Streeter.; "But will It Sell' ." Karl Mcmunger The Stewart Udall. America's 9p7MGSSt1
about It. Leonard Sanders: "The Land Darkwalor Dorothy F.do.on; Marys Manner: "All the Best Many Lives of Otto Kahn" Rest Poop,Sea Fishing" Hcmi SHOP MISTER linEN
"Paper work U a means of
office work," China's official
Peking People's Dally newspa
I' per said revealingly "Much of ENJOY
It Is entirely necessary. But 9
there Is also much that can be 0 THE
dispensed with or which Is unnecessary ,
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HAPPY
The paper echoed a lament
heard in many lands: DIFFERENCE SWIFT PREMIUM PROTENGOVERNMENTINSPECTED
"The consequence of having )
too much paper work Is that i WHERE
t many cadres are tied up In their
offices and have no tlmetocarry ; A R IC g T s' SHOPPING Prom
out Investigations and studies HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE
at the basic levels. At the ISA
.
same time, It brings a great

deal of and trouble organs to other at the departments lower p PLEASURE *BEEF katNEEDS= LESS COOKING TOE!
4
levels."
How did it all happen? The
paper asked In a commentary
Why Is there so much paper
work now? It never used to be

so."To analyse the reasons for Chuck Steaks 59c

excessive paper work and to e. 4 .
solve problems thus creat z. V
ed, we must first of all start
with examination and Improve

partments.ment of the" work of our de Short Ribs lb. 49

A typical examlnlatlon dis .
closed "that the principal
causes did not originate from
the outside; they originated
d
from the Inside and were due v ss
to the shortcomings of the work s Ground Beef 49C
of the department Itself."
In short, paper work often Is
Increased to try to cover up In sI
competence.Take 9 -
the handicraft bureauof
F4
Shuntak county In Hwang-
tung province, for example.An I P I
article published In another -
newspaper, the Canton .
.rh
Nanfang Jlhpao,c onta IRed
complaints of handicraft cooperative '
'
members about excessive : PRICES
paper work. i ; EFFECTIVE
The bureau, the article said, MET
"has demanded reports and i TUES. O WED ONLY
filled in forms indiscriminately. l\MA KITI SEPT. 8 & 9, 1964 CLIP AND REDEEM
The situation Is quite grave. s" .
We have to make reports once Winter Haven Stores Only
every flve days or 10 days, THESE VALUABLE
and each form has to be filled
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in with a host of figures. da irff>f SIJechds .
"After the basic level cooperatives S&H COUPONS
fill In the forms,the
federations of cooperativeshave down produce feme o Borden's! Tasty

to submit summary reports HUNT'S DELICIOUSTOMATO Buttermilk Biscuits EXTRA' '
giving their comprehensive Jumbo Western uuu UUU
and analytic views. What If rrtiBOroon
filled In a form this time will 6 49ca
have to be filled In again next X: J l Stamps
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ItSTI AINTO 01H PASTE o
Wacky Things CATSUP o frozen foods o 2 gt lisa" 59
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L Happen Minute Mold! Pink or Reg.LEMONADE ( QnnnnnnnnnnQonnnOQ S
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In Summer 49CPENNY 10 C JEXTYXRY

60. 50m'l-1l.\N 'SO
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wackiest things happen to peo Cons
ple in the good old summertime LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER WITH Jnl Oreen Stamps
I I MA 1,11_..4..._10
That's the word from the na PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORE Birds Eye W/Muthrooms French HILINI CURTIS 0.

I e tion's leading Insurance companies '. ,,,, CUT BEANS HICK HAIR.spurS
smell size
whose claim files,as the '"
ac .. ,
vacation .i season draws to a ..
close, bulge with warm-weather 3 9 oi.pkgs.. $1 vvuUUUUVVUlIlIUVVUVU

mishaps 'J* "s ,

Take, for example, the records ;' 50mE.l.sAillSO
of The Travelers Insurance
Companies, which show, & :"' Breakfast Club' Grade A Flo.Medium' J7/ Green
I among other things:
,
A vacationer In a restaurant 'J HILL'.H:1; ::
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pushed back his chair and per
Eggs 39c stnmpJ
fell into an open fish pool. doz. 3 tall

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A man was beaned by a co PIlI
conut In Florida while wateringhis Heinz Rich 'n FlavorfulTomato

I -lawn.-A man In New England

by went a resident for a swim who and mistook was shot him (" 1/, SoupBitter's X 10 150m"r'1t".r."ffiSO


for a porpoise enthusiast (Limit I Please' J1l/ Green Stamps
A boating pulledso )
t. hard on the starter cord of b bl' I .nAAner., ,.....aaaeA

his outboard motor that he fell ....4.., M..4. leased PttdMtngt
Into the water and was rundown 1 eni
Tomato 50
Juice
decQaetey19c
by his own boat.
was a sass
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MESTIGETHIS, Crisco Oil. 24 01. 19c 50 1l.rtO 'I50

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EMBLEM WASHDAY DETERGENT Bumble Bee Green LabelChunk I viA.1.are INSTANT mJU'tnttltTlNDIftLIAF TIA ,

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'- r CHICAGO (UPI) Oak it a sandpaper feathering out 34
ivy
,..v' r'1 strong, tough wood that resists inches into the ,urroundinj
'1 dents and scratches that quickly area. Re,wax and polish
.
.1 III ": 1I mar l.ss durable flooringm -Heel marks easier marks.
-...-..: : terials etc : Rub vigorously with fine
I+ i -... Modern floor finishing methods steel l wool and Rood floor clean
and materials also conlributo er Wipe dry and polish.
to wear resistance. -Ink stains: Foflow the same
f The National Oak Flooring procedure as for other dark
Manufacturers' Association of. spots
I fers these tipi In caring for oak Animal and diaper stains
1 floors: Spots that are not too old may
-Keep the floors waxed sometimes be removed using
Regular waxing provides a pro the same methods as other
tective coating that prevents dark spot If spots resist -
stain.causing agents from seepIng cleaning efforts the affected
down into the wood and flooring can be replaced HOUSE WITH VIEW Mr and Mrs. Bobby L. Windham and children, Cindy, 10: Lou Ann,
penetrating the fibers Two thin -Mold: Mold or mildew is a 9; and Bunny, 6. are now residing in their new home at 2730 Hoover Rd. Lake Eloise. Wlndham
coats well buffed are preferable surface condition caused by Is employed at the Chevrolet Center. This transaction was handled by Edna Watson, realtor.

to a thick coat of wax damp, stagnant air. Ventilatethe ----: ;
The plywood association: has
-Avoid using water to clean room property and remove
the floors It sometimes causes the mold with a good cleaning Family Finds New Room plans for this room and an Add.
: >Ji tl stains that nay be quite difficult fluid Room Guide for homeownersTo
to remove. A damp rag -Chewing gum, crayon can. gel the plans, write to 1119A \
he useful In dlewax Apply Ice until the deposit Adds Value To Old HomeIn
wiping :
KOHLER RESIDENCE New arrivals from Tampa are Mr. and Mrs Richard Kohler, may up Street Tacoma Washington
who have recently purchased the Joseph Langenhorst estate property at 112 Ave. D. <;E. The spilled food, but the floor should is brittle enough to crumble 98401 and ask for Family Circle

I two-storv residence has six bedrooms and two baths. There Is also a two bedroom garage then be wiped dry. For thorough. off Cleaning fluid poured the last year or two the in a room that did not require a plans and the Add.a.room Guide
apartment Kohler Is a design draftsman with International Mineral and Chemical Corp. cleaning use one of the v'ater around the area (not on it)
In Bartow The property was listed with Town & Country Real Estate and sold by Malcolm less floor cleaners available. soaks under the deposit and building industry has attacheda lot of expense for what contractors -
Tetreault, associate. -Vacuum or dry.mop your loosens it new meaning to a field that call "mechanicals" thatis
otk floors regularly to remove -CIgarette burns: If not too most! home owners have known plumbing, wiring and heating. For
surface dust and dirt before it deep steel wool will often remove about for years-home improve
gets walked Into" the wax and them Soap and water ment. Dependable
dulls Us luster.Several will make the steel wool more Building experts at the Ameri A bedroom or family room, for
JJ instance, involves relatively few
times depending effective.
a year,
can Plywood Association a non
on the amount of traf Alcohol spot: rub:: with liquid research and mechanicals, but a kitchen, bath. Plumbing
profit quality control
fie your floors receive, apply a or paste wax, silver polIsh room or laundry room requires
good coat of wax (paste or fiq. linseed oil, or cloth barely ( agency for the industry, say substantial outlays for them Service. .
uid) and buff it well. Do not dampened in ammonia. Re.wax that remodeling or home improvement -

use the so.called "self polish affected area already equals and
Ing" liquid waxes which havea -Oil and grease stains: Rub possibly exceeds the new Their final decision was for a CALL
water base. on a kitchen soap having high home construction busmen in family room because the children
Once or twice a year use a lye content or saturate cotton this country. could double up in bedrooms if

cleaner to remove the wax with hydrogen peroxide and. There are a lot of reasons: there was another place for themto
"buildup" on the floor I end place over stain Saturate a second MACPlumbing
Rising costs of I land, labor and play and do homework.
then apply new wax, Some liquid layer of cotton with ammo
materials have combined with
t the first. Re.
waxes contain cleansing nia and place over
't agents so that the two opera peat until the stain is removed advances in the technology of The Chiarovanos investigatednew Co.
t : lions may be combinedRemoving -Rust stains: Use one quart home improvement in recent building methods and materials I
r. ktrrtaltlll.g tttttttttts atsYi >= Stains sodium citrate to six parts water years to make it economically as carefully as they did theI 210 Sixth St., S.W.
Stains are the most common and add an equal portion of sensible for the home owner to economics of the project itself
type of damage to oak floors glycerine. Make into a poulticewith reinvest money in a home he already -
si Most stains can be preventedor whiting. Allow 2 or 3 days partially owns rather than
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f floors wen waxed and by wipingup -

1Atp any. spilled liquid Immediately Caulking Eases The Here's Richard a typical Chiarovano example:fam -II'
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Preliminary tests should be ily in Tacoma Washington, own- 111

TREE SHADED Mr and Mrs James D ampbell: and family are the new owners of made on removing stains, start. House RepairsNEW ed a year-old rambler --- a
811 21st St. NW, This family home of three bedrooms and two baths I situated: on a beautiful ing at the outer edge and work. typical builder-designed home
shaded lot. Campbell Is assistant vice president of Diversified ..onsultants The house was ing towcrd the middle to prevent YORK (UPI) Add which was very comfortable a
purched from Dana FOJJ and fcmll' Lester H Alhfrton of Atherton Pealti, handled the sale. A from spreading to the list of handyman help couple of years ago but which iiUlOmSUePUIS( [
Dried milk or food stains ers a new family of house became more and more crowded
Rub the spot with a damp ctoth hold caulking compounds that ..r"a .. .... -
and less and less appealing, as the
Rub dry and rewax make home repairs an easy,
-Stains caused by standing and lasting job. family grew. EVERYTHING to Build Anything! All the New and
water rub the spot with No. 00 Known silicone rubber The Chiarovanos took a second Better Materials What You Want Where

uteri wool and re.wax. If this sealants, there as are three separate look at their old home '.nd and When You Want Itl! Equipped to Render
1 eSt rails, sand lightly with fine products In the group decided to investigate the possi. CompUte Building Supply Service to Both Con.

1i1vrh1, r. tmdpapir Clean the spot and a clear sealer glass caulk and bililies of improving what they tract Builder and Homeowner
the surrounding with No.
area
already had.
window caulk. All work In the
steel wool and mineral spiritsor Plywood Positing For All Uses
.at iGn 0 1 same manner differing onlyin They discovered that the best
a similar floor cleaner. Let Aluminum Awnlno I Jalousie Wtndowi I Doers
add value and
color and Ule.! way to livability to
the floor dry. Apply a matchIng Hardware a All Kinds of Paints t Varnish
Widow caulk on the other their home was to add space -
floor finish feathering It out .
of Winter Haven into a surrounding area Wax hand is aluminum gray to they needed more room for family Roofma Plywood

after the finish dries thoroughly blend with many of today's activity and they discoveredthat FREE COUNTYWIDE DELIVERY'
building materials and Is Ideal most home appraisals give

-.Dark spoil: Clean the spot for filling and waterproofing. more weight to square footage BAGWELL BUILDING SUPPLY
openings around doors, windows
with No.
and surrounding area
than other single factor
1 steel wool and a good floor air conditioners and exhaust any 293.3139

cleaner or mineral! spirit If fans; to mend gutters Then, they found that the least Rifle Range Road Winter Haven, Florida
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ANOTHER 60N0 THE SIXTH ,., VES-ANDIVB
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- ... craft an the operational Hut u has taken mare than

JACK N11L19TtYIt'nited arts make It highly unlikely a irittury lo Jfvrlop and! make
n.ichinr f arrlrd 22 npartcr \
that they ever win fit IMo the ante on air ruthlon vrhlrleaworkaM o
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pleasure boatlnt: field the basic Idea M"f >
PVourv boatcrii off Mon rplani Ilk. cabin In IU firat
Moody I !>al.. preaMenf of credit for thla EMI to a
Y, !auk on the tip of Inns Inland public run utrr wilrr nj RepuHie Aviation. Corp or Kriftth. Mlg.....r. Christopher
wrrr tIartM rmtly whm a marsha mud Nat+ and land
5, 'JtINS'I ,.htth R.M1t Aerospare It adivtalon +t I 1'/1".11.. who rely In
FATHER huge ,.hitr raft s kimwdarroii hi 'he Moniauk rrmrt area
UP I .Id tMt bPI"".. the ius1J Insatigat.d the potnbiu
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This particular modal tea ...MtI "Ft-present the flat net 0' rituclnf akin frictionby
knots and hcaord toward what VA1. tbr fIat cuihlon Va .
air pntHral and algnificam adVance Alf lubrication Wing I ap-
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i JtEAOi I EADMR on 1M heH... of a Mar u.>, la powrred .by until l nw hit bran Irrevocably by air curtau:. This led to the
SL Mt>ME GIPL l WANTS I-1EI.1.0 a Y S s I.'p by spur of land four turMne anglnri two of wedded. ta the .fwot.I and soak design of toy IM| modcla *mptoyl .

ON 0OMSTEAD THE R w>..vEBLONDIE1" J ] :io.t" MQer b'isNGwk I 11 OTM blared. wMatkwarrr which art mouniad in tea rear dtsplaeelnpnt vchlclti I l M ... 'the' nw basic llu\r
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caned frantically, .kit UM craft hodtontaDy. TV two
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1 In unto. country of a the. entire 1 craft d'uw that. Hovvrrraft can

Hov.rcr.fl. a II-ion vnhiclr. The manufacturer lalm, a compete with trucks and

that movra on a ruakion, of air minimum ipee
acmat land or water Dnal l hut on Ha Long laland run ita ? wtor* Mrh. IraMflllll'1a.'

nerd by VkfcmArmatrong11d topi aped war about 40 over ton M Mhr" Mtnmil or AMIMMMt ea
i to Ea Q toted .la thai country by Ru The rid. over the imaetii pMts far Itomrrtft MrviM

.lte Arranaaca Corp which water of Inns 'Island aound Tale prWlw of tripping air q
h4 a ......... a,'H"' ''''' was comfortable but there biiwath i vvhirlr. to provid

w...k aka BrMlaa I'n"'pa..y fpraifciw > war a tendency to bounce sear support n mormtt II net

stir cra/i in tea Unit tea uneven land ..... Emanuel .wonkuborg.a s9VlNGPw

fd States The vebttle' rtalilna Meg. lhwedfeh. phtlnoplifr. ttIrft-

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atao known a* aa air cuakionvehicle tanks for water safety and. on to fly on an air filth,

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S-BEDROOM houee :SHOO Avt> M, 1NTKR3TINO air conditioned
NW. Call B, SUTCUFTE Realtor, rnttp. and ytch'nvttea. Next to 1526 S. True FOR SALE BY BUILDER
CY 4-4111 or CY I-7213. M-TF BE '. CY WSOd.: 21-8ept 24 I B&W Builders OPEN HOUSE in Iriwmiri, new J-lx>droom CB8StiDnO .
and lane CB
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Itt 1.rrco. NW, Contact Mri en. aereened porch Adult. No LAKE ELOISE
I Hunter CY M171. 1-1 .: 2458 Ave C. BW 4-TF Parade of ValuesLOTS home wit Built iMIbimOOM frame home for aal*
-- ---- -- Large two-story : IxK-aK-ri at Ul .rd ft. NW 011
I BEDROOM houm 117 Srd rURNWIIBD panoramic view and land intwater's ESTATESONLY Lulu-land Ml 1-3149 after t:00 p,n.
garage apartment 514 U I could paint this picture I
SI. Jan-I'hyl $90 mo Alherton Ave ', Dayn 294-4JU of beautiful Lak, e'l
Eve- edge
643 W Crntral. CY 4-SSM 4 NEi --- ---
{ Really nlng 294-1162. 28-TF Ticket Acreage. homeilte ONE LKKT: would be a beauty. Tbis home ,
STFJBEDROOM t 1'4 Mirror on Chaln-of-Lakes. ::
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-- -- acrca each, close to town lowdown ia outstanding with many unusual I llhilllllhllihhilhillIIillhlillhlliillhlhIlIQuiet
', DUPLEX, Kltrhcnequipped. I FURNISHED 2-bedronm. lalouiledpnrrh payment, encelliml term large bedrooms and den tha t 3 Bedroom 2 Bath, Large Living features which would
require -
150 Ave. J, SB 160 00 forage Exceptionally clean could be found bedroom, for. I I
month or .....kl'. Phone 293-3491 Adult only. Call CY "21at. :307 f'lll.. ('lar, a Lakefrnnt Iota Chain of room and Open porch 1016 your inspection. It baa 3
6-13 Ave O. SW .IS Lake. 15 directly on Lake mal dining room, living roon I Kdgewater!: Drive, SE.
-- -- ----- 4 Hedreem. I bulk Florid Priced: to sell: l, you name the hat real fireplace, 2 baths, air bedrooms, 2 tile baths family I Seclusion | |

LUXURIOUS home ,tikn. room PI.I. lloom with beautiful -
ttrm fireplace
neat shopping larpet- room
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FOR RENT UNFURNISHED t floor fishing 95 feet the water and 170
cnditioner furnace on
center, churrh Reference: 5ev, drape., dinhwanhrr, sore screened I CYPRESS GARDENS i I Ii
doors
bedroom houm AdulU 14500 glass sliding to
only required. Write Box A-1463, % ran.e. and refrigerator (%8._. -WESTWOOD TERRACE- pier. 2 large lots, man]r feet wide. !
per month. Call CY 1-4961. H AREA
Central
Newa-Chlt-t. M patio porch, garage.
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beautiful lowers and trees
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3-BEDROOM MUM (t 3407H Ave I : No Closing Cost or qualifying, heat It air condition wall to I =
C BW. (66(10( a month Phone 1 BEDROOM houae, Clou. In Newly Hell kept t Itedreem H......, wit Price 2850000. Good financing mill down wall customdrapes i Budget retirement opportunity
293-16ita dayi .only. 14-TF decorated and turnlihed (N5. panelled rlorldu Hoem, drape, rarpellitg available. Drive by look,, i payment. nylon carpet I in exclusive area E
-- -- kino I arfrar.r P lot 4IM1.IIMKW. foyer entry, kitchen I
very lane clcwa-ln beautiful'ly then call for appointment a'.I = of fine homes. Neat well ii
UNFURNISHED bedroom houne.water diHtorated 2 bedroom aPartment.9Th. ,. Located on Big Lake Eloise built in I ,
J healer. 1331 Fairfax St. NR I' TOWN COUNTRY REAL home Is now rented on 30 days I across from Cypress Gardens. hat cherry cabinets kept Spanish style home =

140 00 month. CY 35693.13 ESTATE CY 1-1141 6-1 notice. oven & range, breakfast bar I i with 2 bedrooms, full din-

fr..cpU.'ddr..... ( bedroom, 0bih CALL corner sink has disposal. Dock '
UNFURNISHED 2-bedroom homeHotwater = 'ng room and lots of living i
(entral Air ( eadltlonlag, rar
1203 12th Court. N.E. boat lift beach. to Ill
heater, jalounled porch ((12.A) For Sale or Rent pet, Dt.LK.HTML MOIII.R"i KITHKN Due = for only $9,500. Located E
13800 per month. 13(16: SheridanAve. (' 121,9W" PAYMENTS' Carlton Dorr, Realtor health owner moving west. Sac- I'
.. BW CY :8-025S. H )NLV (M7 per moatk. Modern, practically new family Terra 'Irma Real Estate rifice. Only $26,500. Good terms on Proward Drive just off ii
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I BEDROOM duplex. Boutheart ,,ec- liEN WITH OPTION TO lillY :2- home overlooking beautiful GOO Cypress Gardens Road .1 needed. Cypress Gardens Road.

lion 176 TOWN COUNTRY "bedroom rom<>letely remiidelrd Lake Buckeye. 3 bedrooms ] Phone 2944207 i
REAL, ESTATE: PY 3-1141. '.1 hmo 8E cl on Phone o..n'r 'Y tile baths formal dining room To inspect, call
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1EDROOM. 2 hth br rk hnm' Wctti f4fcfc and panelzd den or Florida 3,4,6,8,10.11,13, ( Beasley Realty 5 PAUL SMITH =

bu.lt-ln kl' hpn. IJoiiblr car .orl. 3-BEDROUM hnuu 1162 35th Bt HOMESWeitwood loom. Ihc kitchen is a woman' 934 6th St., NW CY 3-27S7 = Evenings CY 3.3002 =
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NW Call W C. Phillip, 422-3943.
Kilo\ 2it si NW. rv a-iiNS ai-n pILCT43I6.iI10I:99nI1
I 8-9 dream, built-in stove oven alsoa HAVE KEYS
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MIEDROOM home at 1313 Sth St.. WARREN SECKEL: Realtor Owner tramftrred 4 BR 2 large new pink refrigerator I. racier to qualify than you think | TOWN COUNTRY !
I W Call Bartow, 633-6685. J. BEdmondnon bathi, brick, low down pay. Central and ------ -
((13) Real Estate For Sale .6. freezer heat central Payment a* low a. 1100.00 down I
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H (88 bent UO. ft pick up payment of air-conditioned large utility anil TiOdO monthly To met call IN LAKE ALFRED 2/lMagnoll.. f 1ri'@n ri' E
3-bEDROOM I built-in, Lola Bunh, AnmcEVM llflf
Iii bath .
2-liedroom, Florida encloiedbark Id 31141MlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliT IiIlS iJUo UI
room and 2 car carporte. Brick room
CY 82684EDDAR
arreened In bark porrh. CY 302643Oct.
((12)) For Rent Furn. DF: IRA BU': 2-nr J W..t..od Terra No, 18 T. HALES, Realtor porch lane lot with good
and wrought Iron trim. Large
LAKEVIIW91OMESALSO I New. I BR I balh.. brick En' garden (75000 down, (4891) month
310 Av, A, SW CY :3-8636
I try foyer with over.Oa livltig lot, 90 x 125, beautifully land LAKE ALFRED REALTY 1

Nice' election. 4 Br, Home HOUSE ON HRE room In rear 48Vote FR 2-1867 KR J-16T1
CLEAN trailer. Adult. Only scaped. Mr. and Mrs. Smith 4-11 8, IDISTINCTIVE
Bu.lneniwi and 1.01. .
Mld-Lakea Mobile Horn Park ATKINS REAL ESTATE YEP ITS THAT HOT A DEAL W'.lw.nd Terrace No 29 mov'ng: to Tampa due to trans
Thornhlll and Spirit Lake Road New' 3 UH 1H bath, brickcovered
293.3274, IlII-TP' CY 4-1111 4 acreennd patio fer of employment. Price
2S-8epl. 28 I You must lee this lovely two
2350000. Good financing you
FURNISHED apartmonti. for rent --- -- --- -- bedroom home (large bedrooms 6 Wmtwoud Terrace No. 32 R
J. O. Hart. Phone WO 7-3381 New, 3 BR. 14 bath. brick. can assume.
). It has two tile bathe, -
30-Bept. 80 Keautlfiil fruit tree. Mo.
4 BedroomBrand pay
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GENTLEMEN' : Runnii by week bench for comfort.It .
4 bedroom bath your Went wood Terrace. No.3'
Reaconabl Sierra Court Mol.1."w" new 2 S Between Lake Cannon and Lake
17 North 7-T1 N<'w. SUit. l'iI bath, brIck,
air conditioned parquet and haa a nice large living room, Lame family kitchen rear pa- Mirror. Older charming home.

I-BEDROOM apartment within vinyl floori\ icreened patio beautiful kitchen with builtIn lIu,
walking dwtance. to downtown a Large 3 bedroom large kitchen will,,. )tahosQl'ALITY

SONY. NIC location, 11500 weekly, and many other outstanding feature -I oven and range the cabinetsare W..t....... Terrace No 113 and formal dining room. Oak

a Including- 293-11961 2S3-71W: *. This, and three other i4eariy comyt'trd. 2 .tory. ILIII te evldr.t la thIn 5 ,
water. or
CORONET CADILLAC -
J 4-TF by the 3 bath up, large living floors.\ IH' baths. 2 lots with lake hrdrnom 1 bal heme, I..rr -- ,,

---- ------- new models are Immediately in kitchen cabinet room, formal dining room access across the street into rrrened porrh piidmn' kitchen 1:,
FURNISHED LAKEFRONT HOME!), available in Garden Grove. (Entrance urge. family kltrhen, overalie Chain-of-Lakes. Low taxes good with bullt-lm, pump anil Irrliutlu,,. .. .'" ..>
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1-bedroom, K-reened porch. 1100 00. on State Road 540( justa A formal dining room and a garage with laundry area down. .v.'cm. Krllrl) I2I.IMNI. ..;;&
1613 B. Lake Bhlpp Drlv, M financing you can assume. C C -
half mile East of Cypress nice family room. Wentwood terrace No. 54 Price $14,750.00.N. .

Well furnlihod BEDROOM DUPLEX Garden) Several excellent val- JUKI rumplfted, > lory, 3 BR f'I.O SK IN | Bedroom IV4 stall .;... .
or BEDROOM HOMEN Oh yea a closed garage. continental bath up living LIKE NEW: nrreeaed parch. .
W. aectlnq. Carport Lawn car*. act available in pre-owned room, family room, eating kltrhen Lake Winterset Acres l 1.1. of rlo.el. 113MHI, .,., lint .

Water. AdulU. CY 3-4292. 4- homes in good location Call All this aituatcd high on a hill wowing room 10 x :21) utility hirer'. Oaeih
t double carport 'down.Ave. Large 4 bedroom 2 bath home, C
I-BEDROOM urnlahed apartmen John G. Wood Real Eatate In Southeast Section of Winter
on Lake Silver Drive. BllveCreit 0" to Wulwood Si-hoot formal dining room with glass ANTIQUE WHITE BRICK
293-2517 or 293 9338. 3-10 haven .
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hulk, llorldn, room Air Condition.
298-1250 2-?? -- -- --
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And gueka what only $16,000 for landscaped yard. Real let r.>tm. '."'ud dr.pe., re TSli lovely heme hei every conctlvlbl custom flutlity

EXCELLENT 1 or 2 people' Excellent True all this.Brand B&W BuildersCY family Florida Room enclosed frigerator. 8ulllLola' .f rlonel (educe. 1 bedroom 2 bath, ovtriil muter bedroom,

/ location condition. In 37147 CY 42875 CY 3.0465 and storage Electric ll.MHI, ca.pI.eI living room, with replete Parquet flo.... Ailch.a
Eagle Lake 293-1805. 1-1 garage space. shot will tttound and pie... the of the house
Lakevlew lady
New: 107( Alachua Dr.
and diswasher aircond .
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED .6' range \ {..turin) luminous ceiling. Lr9 inside laundry ream.,
SE. Let us show this home.
EFFICIENCY and 1' BtU- B Florida :tioner, electric panel heat. family tile ntrnc .
4 foyer te
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ROOMS. Me lam ..:ry ronma I Deep well and pump for complete Located in a quiet neighborhood on < dodtnd s+ra.l.
ALL trniOK HOME
Conveniently 1 : Call located CY 3-8869 In Old or Pu.CY taBulldlnx. Home! S. A. MOORE I 3-UedronnM. 2 Iwth paneled llvng back and front yard Irrigation I %pNy4)fe-yone3 Ptrf.ct for family living. Call new for *n tppeintmtnt to

1-41(7. t-TF room large Klorlila, room built- system. 1x8 fall-out see this gracieui home loottd en Wdgweed Terr.ee,
-- ---- - Realtor In II E: bunter with lumlnou cell-
the shore of Lake
Facing Roy
HOUIER A APARTMENTS loll \lk Ht, RK nit iitllll room. t'rr1IO noor.leaullfull .. shelter at rear of yard can WARREN: SECKEL Realtor Just Off Cypress Gardens Rd. & Tenth St., S.E.

FURNISHED: A UNFURNI811ED with lake access on the chain I'hoa 4'Y KK'HI' } land'al..d.| OutnldeIt be used for many hobbies or

150.00 Up This beautiful well kept 2 bed 1':... MHauy <.V I-sut-.y H-KU1 t ). but ito It) water and ew-, 4, i
Ave. work Lot is 100 150.
ATKINS ilEAL ESTATE 1W i School bite, to all nhcKiln shop x
E. BE after 5 00 p.m ,, -8eit2_| ._ room, 2 bath 2 car carport -- ---- 2-TF Ir MKI DOWN (ft* MONTH Owners have purchased 20
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1 ROOMS. cretiMd. porch. lit floor Florida room all electric kitch. NEED A IOOD DEAL TO BUY A CV S-I3H8 Jl-TF acres and very anxious to sell. PictureBookHome MAGNIFICENT

front Everything furnlnhed Inrlud en has many featurca. You'll IIOMK- ('ill 2U3-47U after ( 30 Price 124,900,00. Good financing

log utllltlvi. 634 Ave B, NE. 293- love it when you aee it, Owner P m for hop ti> nee large I- dru..m.

a I 61063. .4. moving North It will sell below 3-balh-horn. -NW -Bertlon--- 3-10 4 BedroomsPlus available. i

I RENTALS his coat Only $21,500. IT'S A IIARDSIIIP B "RENT FREE" that incorporates every :

Furnlahed Unfurnlnhei Terms if dellred.Beasley family need. It features 3
E. BUTCUFFE. REALTOR Red brick duplex In Spring
CY 4-4131 Eve|. CY 3-7213 to be transferred but it U a calamity Lake Terrace, both sides! furn- large bedrooms 2Vi baths
7-?? Realty Co. but it doesn't there.
have this stop
to to leave
-_--_ __- Study could be used aa 5th shed and one side leased year
114 6tb M. NW CY 3-2757 Full dining room and -
1-BEDROOM. furnlihed apartment. lovely Winter Haven home. A bedroom. SE aection. This love tound Large Florida Room on spaclous
I&6 00 mo .\'to.,' to North Date convenient 3/2 modern living room and sunny
(31 Avenue II. NW Call Ather- 4-6 spacious, ly central air condition CB owner's side and carporte for
ton Realty 643 W. Central 'V home on a lake drive corner hat Located 2 blocks from screened porch provide
tenant.
home, spacious many
---- --- ----- very
..3:18.: III.TI' lot in NW section It will bea outdoor living in any
,
attractive featurea 2Vi tile three churches and North Gate
(HOOD MONTHLY t-Bedroom hom-;: 3-EEDROOM houw UNI' laltwater good break for any family to weather Many other features
! I Wall to wall carpeting air conditioned front lot at Pine lilantl or baths, 2 car garage Owner Shopping Center Chain-of- round
Bokella Inland. 5 mile. by water secure this fine home. Superior out ita perfec
I bedroom fenced bark yard leaving city. Make your appointment Likes access across street. Pay
from Ili>ra llrande !'*.. rii contnirllon tion. Custom built witha
3.107 NW, Call 293-6966, :MS- neighborhood. Ducted heat or -
Ave I
I : .. completely, furnlnhrd and today to aee this owner his equity and assume It the only word to deicrib eve of Winter H...n'i fm.it

7390. air conditioned. large dork, and cold (4 ton). L. First Fed. fi. 2,200 sq ft. of living area home. mortgage payable at $75.00 per prestige address. All this homes. Thin colonial m.tterpi.ce has Ih. finest that money

FURNISHED APARTMENTS I hell yard Ideal for ..' und homer nanced. To be shown by appointment month which the tenant pays for $32,000. (ate buy throughout. 4 bedrooms, c
a> I bedroom 160 to 175 week-end cilae., Price' ($ 0101.Appranim.ieiy with Sue N.L. at separate dining room, brich.floorJ femily ream with antique .
UP. u..I v Realty Co. 934 {A III.. H each balance or Beasley Realty Co. and you live free. Price
NW. CY 8-2767. 16-TF 1110) per month phone CV 4-4IH9 I LEIS BROS. brick firepl.e. Polio with barbecue Kitchen boa

day Night CY 3-(135. 4-TF VAN DUYNE 934 6th St., NW CY 32757CONTACT $15,300. REALTORS built-Ini end cherry ubi..". Automatic 9rf doors,
T -U- ;
CLEAN f urn lined' duplex ----- --- ten h.atmg end air conditioning. A dn far the men of

conditioned In quiet nelichborhood Air. FOR BALK: I Real Estate & Ins. CHOCK B FROF.MKE EDNA WATSONREALTOR 1200 Sixth St., NW the h..... luilt-in it.,... Located en e let cluttered with
Utility Carporte.Adulta
Reference.,room.No peta 745 Imall frame ho,,..*. (II weekly. up. 8'IfO ;NT'UUR ('0, W4-JMJ1 (Opposite North Gate) sib t..... It will take your breath -juit t. i.e it

Lake J..I. Dr CY 4-2608 aNEW Reply lion A-M6, '* Newt-Chief ITS W. Central 293-4114 NtTKS a> WKEndt! 2836611Mimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiimi... 294-J1J7 will be a d.light.
34I 12* Ith St.. NW CY 4-4141
46 Eves t Sundays 294-2852
furnliihed I room apartment. ------ Located AH 1847 Fifth Sr., S.E.
Electric kltrhen, air conditioning large room, bath. Florida room. I WE ARE A MULTIPLE
near North Gale, with lake prlvtleirei ncellent condition Privacy fenn- 11 I Call for an Appointment $39,750
Alto fully furnished collage Picnic table. Lota of had Vegi. Walking Home AndIncome LISTING OFFICE

with bath walk In clo. t. Another labia garden Double garage. Very I Look with IK See them all
lurniehed large eaionably priced Will take II) s
8 room Cottage I
DistanceTo 4 "'I(:III mil 11I111I11I1111111I111I 11I111111111111I111I111I111111? I
K-reened porch. KEIiiLEY Rt.Al.iTY 50 or larger mobile horn In trade, B =
1-TF Writ. Hurl (loort, P.O. Box SM.agle -- U LOVELY -
1600 Slit St. NW. -- -- --
------ -- -- : Lake, Fla. Or are at 114 ,thIt. Schools !! CLOSE-IN SOUTHEASTNeat : DOWN i Dignified :
HOUSE TRAILER 11000 wceekLight -13 1100
and water furnlnhed. Slit :,_,._ Florida I Bit. CB HOMES Attractive LAKEFRONT LOT 125 ft. en Seuth Lake Fler.nce

Bt ElolM, or call CY 1-9941. 1-1 S.E.: SECTIONWidow 2 bedroom located ,I'HARLKS Low.McKXJMIC. (4700 ,monlh.Ri>., Broker | j Drive, almett ZOO ft. dea.. FiM.d with erene* tr.... A

and iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiHiiiiTropic room home cornerof J-3M9 I home e* this let will Jem neiehborheed *f ..eluii.*
Water attractive LAKES
SMALL fuml.hed her
hou.e anxious to sell 6th and Ave. G, SE ChAIN OF hem.t.
light fumlnhed. 11200 per week 10-81. 10
lOt Ave 0, NE CV (-66(3.13 | 3 bedroom, tile bath, | 4 BEDROOMS i

---- ------- -- living room, One bedroom efficiencyapt.
Florida room,
Like Something Nice Moonlight i tr- for added income i Charm, individuality, i
large utility room, carport,
Modern I-b.dn.om. furnl.hrd Itsrtmont. Of NOM
Air conditiourd. Eocsiirnt bonus for from houae. | tranquil atmosphere all ;
I ratio floori. As a a separate $700 Down !
BEAUTIFUL LAKEMtWPALMS
location CYPRESS (1ARDENB quick sale widow will leave Ideal far all three Southeast I B | blend perfectly In this fine | \

AND PINES schools Just listed i residence True lake'front g I IIi *
APARTMENTS: ii moat of the furnishings Only $
CY 8-1141 I MODERN LVXL'RYYour and priced for quick ale living Is your to en- II
be arranged.
II.Tr 118'I.| ()) Terma to .
with terms to I DESIRABLE SE. SECTION joy with your own PRIVATE II h
--- dream of a Florida I 'heck on this one. Ii at $9900

FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY retirement be fulfill- suit Call BEACH and boat = I 's AEAL \
can
Air conditioned bedroom and bath. :: Attractive 3 bedroom, 2 tile dock 107 200 n. lot '
CY 4-1&SU. 1062 8th St. NW 4-6 Beasley Realty Co. ; x I'
Your due
opportunity
| I
-- ----- --.---- led. I z PAUL SMITHKveningi :: I bath CB home, Florida room, Wide entry foyer 2'ill ESTATE.
widow's desire for 134 (th St. NW CY; 3-2757
: CY 13002 built- ,
FURNISHED kitchen with
Apartment wek- I large family I btilhs full dining room, | :
111 home.
block from downtown smaller Air conditioned
water furnl.h d. 293-J954 or in oven 1 t range drapes air | Florida room features one 5i MORTGAGES .;
Carrier Central
291-7390 6-TF I by electric LEIS BROS.- YOl'R TOWN, COUNTRY! !! ] condition fenced back yard. wall of ANTIQUE BRICK i ; .
--- -- ---- -- System ceiling
THREE 1-""room apartmetiU I IIEADQUARTERS FOR Irrigation utibty & carport. | All room facing lake "
hejt 2 bedrooms 2 baths, 21Mgd rriiirC3 "
,
ground floor tOt Av L, NETF LOW DOWN PAYMENT I"'WI[ Make your appt. Now. | have sliding glass doors I-I I Ii .,., ;.
luxurious living room, din i tt4l -.:
2223 7th Street NW Furnliihed 8 Flit A VA OWNED opening to huge patio |
ing ire a beautifully

Co bedroom 934 ( hmStJ.N: Beaaley, CY Realty 327t1.PTI'. equipped. ...,.-In kitchendmctt '' HOMES iiimiMiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiimiir, Beasley Realty Co. porch Double garageR |

e, 10 134 Ctk st., NW CY 317S7 Complete kitchen % !!
closets galore, Flo- list of CONSTMJCT10N
-- E We have a complete -- -- built-ins Year round | INSURANCE J
I-BCDROOM trailer 111 60 perweek. i rda: room with exqulalte I I. the F1IA and VA acquir.dhomu comfort is assured with

4-3462. Utllltlta furnlhd. CY 4-1 view. In Winter Haven- EXPECT TO BE ENVIED HERE Central Air Conditioning II (:?

!
lit floor apartment Walking-die- I Situated one mile from Lake Alfred-Eagle Lake Th charm of title. lovl) new home otarta with the warm lone of en.I.IIM and central heat Lait i 10 A + .
Down
lance to town and lab Quiet | city on an attractively I areas payments brick accosted by I..n", whit. chutter on the ouljld. and eon- 31 rated out of the city limits 5 V fb rI'Jt ;\" ,
and cleat Adult plea.* Ml AveR range as low as $100 and ,,..P' throuth e cry room of the .home Three bednome are tailor S and yet convenient to o
NW 11-TF I landscaped and Irrigated monthly installments from mil I for iSle growing family Two decorator .Iyl..d. "Ihe. each with I \JtJ O S"OPAIENT

-- --- | lot wltb a panoramic I Formica li.pKed vanllle. and cryetalllne ceramic III. accented wOk the new Southeast Plaza i \

1 ROOM ho.... with bath Water $30. cut..lured inserts and pure marbllnd vinyl oj Ih* floor Lame living Shopping Center 0.0I I \
urnlihfd. No' children. (1000 perweak. view of lake. Price It Just I and dining area that .I..t'he. III. full width of thr home with .lId'", ,\

M04 Av*. R NW. CY J-MH/ i $31,500. Take advantage of our cuatomlied ,iou. wall. loading lo the yard Th family room offer Informal run ers transfer makes this I
1-. i and nlaaatkm ass rae eaally be converted Into another" bedroom Awiwratr an outstand'ng'! value at i''
i service by calling utility room provide plenty of *|"cr for wuher and drier and
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Call of Ih "houe th. hitchrn, will W moet I only $37.000 Appointment i
I for an appointment todayto I U of stamen Inn the woman *
I a :1 Bedroom apartment on lake .... while. cabinet
i ELEANOR IGLEILRTfor lortanl; Bv.utlful' turquotoe and custom showings by calling aI FLORIDA
Kb 00 a month and up Including aee these outstanding DEVELOPMENT
The formed ifmcvfully rounded Forii
.rovM load of poet
Mores. roam
.. i
utllltle" Alra weekly rate Sierra appt. to lee
values. counter from the .kitchen to the dining are one |
> ca top TETREAILT
Court Motel. Hwy. 17 North. 17-TF i Evealnia CY 4-111 I I Jty a* a .brrakfut and Mack. bar Above Chic counter tuiprnded \UXJLM ;

SaiDROO"DUPUX -ON- LAKE I th* calling, I* a .lovely cabinet with illdliu |,lae door on both doubl.1 E Eves. A SIlL CY S7f 3 r& INVESTMENT

Bach Dock. No pet, CY S-tTll LEIS BROS. an idea. di, ul*r for your favorll China Th* built-in will fu", P.WJj
15I2lith9LNI z ao-TF [Town COUNTRY ki-p you coay title winter and air foodilluiiln. can be added at 1
'
REALTORS
121l I ('0 I rully In-ml.t'd abovr lie rolling to save yon money and .keep. TowN COUNTRY i 'wj WAlTfH J. COLEMAN, REALTOR

rURNIBHED!: I room duplex. noII"'f lrrmnI Ifil lZ0lSlzthSt.NW you comfortable TIle beautiful white concrete lUe roof will but a lift- : t. '4.-a,), ._.:
AdulU. No pet Excellent nelKliborhood. Urn A two-car carport and a concrete drive with built-in tuntaroundtor = I 498 Cypress Gardens Road, S.E.
CY I4WM or CY S-36M- I cot 3-1141I JlS! J Ul JU 2943117 wfvty If you ar* looking for the ,..... home Ia the na..... location 271Mqd11Q\ It1fltEct3'1141
17-TF i Ihl l I. It. In the Hill of lake. Klbert: at the com r ot lath Court and wi,0ltIlMu'sL! 2'4-1501 24.1112
K and IT WIth financttiv e4.Oo .
only ( including M. arran
FRONT room. 11floot' near Till 11I11I11 II 1111I,II II II II 1"111I1111I Iii.. .1 :'Su"y afternoon r"Inepectton or call McHlro BulMer* al 2: UsistihhsuIsaausliIslissslllsalmmamiP Every Facility For The Hem I..y"PageIwenyFour -

Thrlftwa 121 Ava. i. NW. SS4-43M and we will "W happy te anew you thl lovely home. In the eve- I C
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WINTER HAVFN DAILY NEWS CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA 'g'' T It/L t I '1



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(UPI\) A
13)) Real Estate For SaleBack ((13)' ) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) R.al Estate For Sale ((13-A) Groves scientist Mid Saturday thrl t NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER

Ranger 7'i ckweup lunar Ih"t"t
graphs bode 111 for mm who WINTER HAVEN'S N0, 1 SHOPPING CENTIR

Stop Shop SCHOOL LOOKING FOR MONTY IXV'TAAT Ik'HOKNTItAIItR try to land on the moon. Sunday 'ril V f M Ph. CY 3-2129

Oil l ROY K THOMAS H. took iharp issue with colleagues 1
,I. 3uot t it h"|,. .ki|. n Jump from S HOKNTIIAI.KK A (T) JS4"3U3:
& Buy! Ihto. nm.uall) large 3 bedroom Groves Acreage ... who have taken the op
To '..nu' in. ihl ixmiiht after location polite view that the photo LABOR DAY
Commercial Lots
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l i I"u> llvlnn room modernkitchen graphs depict safe landing

F.H.A. and VA Owned Homes I'"lorlda ,11.rlel'd two bath' M. FT evparateM .4Ilral..1 Or Pasture Land (U-A) lots & Acr.ageCommercial places Cor the Apollo astronaut 9 A.M. 'til 9 P.M.

School Wide selection At low As with onl> 1700 down I. scheduled to viift the moon be
Per Month na.atlon
$100 DOWN $50 fore 19TO
For further Information on
2 & 3 BEDROOM CB HOMES. DAYSIf above listing and others, contact Lot The acfentist, Dr. Thomas SUNDAY RESTAURANT SPECIAL
will, McIt.old.oovI.R Gold of Cornell University hu

FTATEN: NIc a hro- Beasley Realty Co. )'HI are. hoppta in Wlr thorn :SO x ISO Ft 1 located on Ave C. made exhaustive radar xtudlt, Choice Cut T-Bone

balk Mane wllh fertnal. dta IM 6th St. NW l'Y 3.:7S7 be Burr lrc'III.1 K, Nettie R. Hamilton SW. Across from Exchange of the lunar surface Gold be
ag and eurry large .rrr..edWrcb NE thrn : to Rank Parking lot. Wide newly
\
level the moons smoother
46 .
e.erliM>l>la( aril ladaenped . ;yard rnmplrte w/ton Irrlialloa twin ride room hardwood flours Realtor paved street with alley entrance areas. are composed of dust
'44- acre. el millnllo price .lRPACIOIH MODKRN' NSW Mwdroom raUrement rlow to lake Silver only '*K) 241 3rd St.. SW 2937564 hi rear For sale by owner Impacted and firm at considerable
I f I2 home IM Ave F, M. CY do.ii.
e e e MM. 4TTM dl'p1Jbut possibly powderyand Dinner $1.19
Phone .
CY 33771 After I P.M.or
I C. \V. IIIRRISOV A 'OC. soft for a few yards from
AREyou Edna Watson Realtor l\ ,
S tx-drmm home milkarie Lake Wales 3-3643 the surface down
paarlrd rlnrld reom, pnll, W Stewart Jr. 4O4J I E GR E :ST PS:
Ranger 7 made ill elol G'VE N:
,
ups
a I'M oltk aril, pump lll." '" Iwklnii (or plvnlr at 1"01IIII' .... .
c ar ltlrriOrOrs, 101'K. IOU 0>UIWAI .. .1.1I can t* hud at N 6Mi St. NW 6-TF on July 31. Dr. Gerard I'Kuipt'r .
81 i I lane bedroom (H better : ---- of the University of Ai-
for ---
rundittonrd nln room
S a '.-li ...... office or UvhiK .- unplrlonmc CONTACT Irons head of a panel picked
;h Iraiwhmd NKW: HONE IN MONTY HOKNTHALKR
S r, :0171A o.n.r by the National Aeronautics
K TO M'ROOL from thl. ore Inimodlm I AKB!: AI.FKHJurnrr : OR ROY R. THOMAS .
bedroom, i bath hum* w'llh rl.' a.- vacant. for txrranyvd occupancyIcrnu (- lumbia and CarolinaCloae *1k'1I0CNTtlAL A l'O W4-3123KBHIDKNTIAL : and Space Administration
IrMa room PAYML\Ta II\L 1017 tth St., may arhula. butra larje I twd 4/ NASA
NW. Winter Haven ( ) to Interpret the picturea
Ilium per mania Urlldlxf mars room 2 bath Florida ro..m. r H A. SUN TAN LOTIONTARTAN
pad la..raare, ALL TO1UV Need Listings On All JUST OWNER m JIM rn 3.1811411Platform_ hat Bald Ranker discos
-- - UlT Nice ..relion Bred safe landing areas liesaid
-Tj'pes Of Property- In Ba.l. Uki II....' rash
I fur wild their like
the home the tonilly consistency was
ur trrnu It preturred. (rl| :IN.11I4N.nyllm.
Free Inspection & Appraisals rhiol children 1 ':' FLORID 1 ... .IfLAKBFMONT that of crunchy snow, capable 8c VALUE
-6- able 3rd I 16 a 11 foot .
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ROOM fir teen-ace )'ar11N' of supporting I spacecraft 19
3165 r MAKE: offer :: bedroom home btaullful yard only $1Lau LOT weight: CoNponDiscount
mum be mid to cattlalate. Fulhfirnlnhi'd with SMI down monthly pay IN LAKE ALFRED: frier
[WARREN SEIKEL. Realtor 223 AH' 8t: k.NE m.'nt. $71.00.AROUND. hi Ap. V.ry n..... Ixj'' a ::11IIcor..r luiHaved 1 I5uo roll ort.l M'tday Copt 1644
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KltST RtAI.TOR. CY 3 1283. .1- elrecta ruiba city water
Uintley alH>ln l.lual for lev Teen Jobless
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REPOSSESSED UiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiyi proved el house HMO.(Ml. Term. Ih.no
Take ,,,, 'm..nt. imnll down tfJIH. a64n 1-11
over ) Push Rale
..
I Small frame hounvn. ......droom..om. A Honey of A Lake Buckeye e have llated a Up
l fmihhej and i.'ml.Inliihrd large 4 bedroom older home
W. rill remodel for you ISTSl to 2 ariv of land .klmmlnit pool. .'.. WklllrfO P1IOP. *:RTY or aullabla bull,line doilrMl WASHINGTON! (UPI) The
$5.7e Wiihnrta area. Call Mr | Buy $26,500E a reriird pall priced at for imrreaelve aulun itlv"
l WART 293.4H63 1-10 129,01): I. M< 1: HO UK IM K.: Ira retell concern Wrltt or call Ken Labor Department say out of ICE CREAM
N Owners moved to Tenn Ira, \\T S nfllrri" m:rnUiMrm Wlllkmaon. ma :jmh Am. Dr. w. work teenagers. punned the Dation .
I Bradi .
THEonly >m >mall linear. I'OTAln'Ar.1RTNF.5T litun Mil thim 748 U9h 1.- '
1 leaving this spacious lake i :' T".I l SIHtO ---- t August unemploymentrate
Do You Have A view Centrally Air Condi g Tn,".. up to S,I per cent' 2 Pint
thlnic larklnv cuauun LAkK ROBAUEH :
g tloned home bulk: aubuiban le''onlh Lake Win C e _l ft l.k.f""I. i, mile drop. The figure, announced Thun. C
[ Housing Problem? tenet la a family to til It with AbM'luifly braullful Sarrlflce day was two-trnths of one percent Pkg. 25
READY FOROCCUPANCY I icy 3 bedroom. I balha S BUXiOOMH kltikra. ..tlnrlda Ilk kuiltlH, MmmriMimy ran... 091))toil fKRM, |lu).. IMIW. dmrblegrim above the July rate, which Couponntfrount
l-Need to Sell ino feet of lakefront Chain of .... lot Milk cites.rn.a none.. lire Kd < ruwdi'r Ilk
bustk* had been the lowest' In 4'jyears '
IS Lake. loU of .tr.. firtreredurrd M/I1Nh-al' I 1t'"K < ntel' 2-Need to Buy to IMSuo Shown by |1J Trcm.ut < I si) NW..r phone .3.|"S1 dav .
3-Need More Room E 3 bedrooms 2 large: baths | .I'I.t. 111.\1" e e eI.AKLFROT -ullil .1- Adult employment remained C.ua.n w11 dryer Me.dey, Lot :, t.M

4-Need Less Room 2 i and 4 bath off the fa mi. sly high. In August, the department

Present Payments too High room making conveni | CORNER poached rlnrlda. r brdroomHiik _m. ..i..Mi.,. Lakefront said It said the unexpectedlyilgh
6-Would Like to Trade m ence for all Hardwood nom. drape.tie roNdltlwnrdI t teen age unemployment
Mail Ion II. and hav him lIoIItt
7-Don't Like Your New Neighbor @ floors. built.ins galore | 795 271 h 81. NW alre.' M.\ Swt 110'"\ .1.I ?W... B Tract! rate had Urn solely reipmtsl.
quality throughout | d nu r'luehra I <....to total irtreif ble for the overall Increase
Iflxiil nyla of KIUU mui inATMERTON .
I CEREAL BOWLSPLASTIC
(Would Like to Rent AresConvenient I I h 'UHn.,, IIJ : Onto of the few available writ'cMti
9-Would Like to Be On A I Prestige 'I lots with
20 fruit trees
Terms | Cat &uiieiLT,31113'G'Fitlel Nuclear Blast ASSORTED COLORS
Lake100Would
oy it, Ideal for split level home.
Like to Build For appointment tosee i / Located In desirable SE section 19c VALUE mff
ll-Complete Listing of FIIA call | : Is 18th Of 64 C.
I bdwetn J lakes. ,
WARREN SICKtL.: Realtor
REALTY '"
Homes. ELEANOR IGLKIUKI I WASHINGTON!\ \ (Uri ) The .

These are just a few of the Evenings CY 4.18U | CO. CENTRAL 14SW3aba3a4 4- Beasley Realty Co. Atomic' Energy ('omn "" >nAH rnupanisroun" ( ,' 1'ricrw
I ( ) conducted I low M>Id ,
IM 6th M NW IY
a"
Housing Problems have to- E
we
day, and we, at Bill Garners TOWN L COUNTRY! leak A ....... "....rl... HraltarJuba QI'IET( : u'" ,"..wd..1 .unl" .hl.II 10 J.Z7S1U underground, nuclear explosion
_. i. nr.lbl 'n' 1 In. noun' 'I twat at its Nevada toll t site t'llIla
A. Ito "' t 1 .11'1 ,,:: I::: ,: : i }
I
Real Estate would like very on i it Nunnoel llm-i
131141 rglrrfIDn ri'@TI@Wi 4 Bh.no. 5.it".1 I i 1''il... 'I..uhl I ,' nn The blast the equivalent of up
much to Help you with any LilSLiJl! !.l tiJUIiiJU I"ulo) ....11..1 I mill, 111 :.)' -- ----- to 20.000 Ions of TNT was the
Problem you may have. i Needs Re I 5'I'I-.9 n..nll, OWN: I-It "'Y 'I,I4MJ. APAHTMrNT: LOT 15th announced weapon rotated\

and let uiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiuiiiH I I I I I I I I I I I 4 1tI: :), ,>. :Ui It I Ideal: for .iiiarlm: :: ntin t tent thin year
Bring us the Problem decoratingRetirement illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli linn nr slog home Juol uleldr
:
I, 11 ? ) ) )lllilI 1 elty 94 h 81 NW LIPSTICK
un one hall --- ---
Us take the Worry off You --y- --- Ii b....-fc Off AnIl SaWIUUO Trillinnnr

Call 293.9959 To.Day I Lovely Home I II 3M-MII .-13 SHOP IN WINTER IIVtNIIARRfLlS : AYERS ASSORTED> COLORS

Charlie Fields, Associate "IT'S A GOOD Home. BIG LOT }1.00 VALUElllsroiiNf

In NE section on 100 ft lot with
BILL GARNER LIFP" large oak tree 2 bedroom, 1 I No crowding or reap-en 39C'$

Real Estate bath hardwood floors, kitchen jammed up" feeling on II l'rlr!
this BIG 100 x 200 ft. trl'ea .
Street NW electric I range & refrigerators, !if ieo i tftt M > a>at
602 Sixth ,
ENJOY IT WITH A drapes shaded lakevlew lot -
$6500rcrms
carport. Only
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i spacious bedrooms PLUS

2300 12th St.. NW DELIGHTFUL Realty Co. = Florida room Everything I
has teen freshlypainted I
SPACIOUS HOME IN I 134 6lh St. MCY 32737 S
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LEISURE SHORESA -- LAWN-GRO SHAVE CREAM
CHOICE LOCATION I $400 DOWN floors are gleaming bright .
Total price Is only
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Price reduced from $18500 to I .male.ely developed cam- I'm'nl. 170 00 Price III"" $11.MO with fSM down and FERTILIZERPELLETS A

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work v.a4.ac..f Jeewolk, itreef
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Need buyer for this neat 2 bedroom $19,950OUT HOUSEAIR ---- -- (bapoa9c j

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HOMES BY .
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close.in. Reduced to $11,000 3 BR 2 Bath Large Living

ST.. TURN NORTH I Room Large Florida Room ;
Beasley Realty Co. j Large inside utility. Built.in GEKltrh.n.
CY U157 MILE TO LEISURE SHORES Parquet floors l Lake Alfred Ha''... Cm r..Ik I For All Fruiting'r
(34 6th St., NW ('II, l.ik. Itomlllun Voodoo

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Pavment Mn Buy Your i *ft Mr any tear ''M4
> 1110 Seventh 81. SuEum2f'r TT I Then this one Is for you Neil u. Pant Ontt Lake Alfred
and it't available now! 372-1535
PAYMENT i Fall Annual Plants
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goal assure pride a room pro
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quality LI9cc.
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a quality beautifully FleXible floor plan permits has tots of cabinets built e COLIA D$ CAIIAGf 49c Di1e.MN1 Price
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lot 3 bedroom. full 3 I recreation roow rt formal dMc room New Shipment Gladiola
baths. Florida room 2 'i1'i bath double dosed Owners have moved back hardwood floors kfcehen

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appointments throughout' tonne and many eitrasu acrept only 11500 down. double garage. and Urge

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WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 6 THROUGH SEPTEMBER: 12






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Over More TV Time \;, ,

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'Queen For Day' Bows Out For OneBy ', '!. For 'Average'IKHJAWOOD

",." I
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RICK DU BROW year on CBS-TV Thursday Some i
United. Press International game shows seem to be tsk t. ) ton are over. 11', Batting darker .

HOLLYWOOD television an experiment is any for instance, the long.running ; are being flicked on agun

idea that was popular a few 'Queen For A Day' is off the ;:/ ti. .,. The new video season will go
J
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down as the )ear of the Illua-
year ago This new season. fall schedule, and a new soaper >
; Jtj ,
.F lion comedy More of them will
the pictorial equivalent "The Young Marriods "
soap operas is set In ,
) .
.
;
of reading someone rise' a locale near to that of anothernew : .: ':':;'\' .: : : dot the tube than any other

maif are having a massive resurgence and successful ABC TV ,...' : ,: .."" "" ,, .:ii: .. category of shows
: "'' \ '. :" To the horror of critics ill
It ii only starting serial, "General Hospital In ..' : .. "" "" .Wq" ,
< '
: f. three networks have aimed their
There are of course, many addition, NBC-TV has. a relatively ; *
:
:i I'1< new series smack dab at the
show business such I
precedents, new serial, Another .. : >:
viewer entertainment
Light
average
-
'
as the 'continued next week"movie World .i
; < Significant, meaningful
serials of and
yean ago, Another apparent reason for ,
the radio In the uplifting claptrap has been
,
coming
soapers the trend Is( the enormous nut routed

season, most of the attention cess in England of a twice- ," .' .". ; Last oer's' effort at examining .
in this field will be to- weekly show called "Coronation ""
social "The
problems
cured on 'Peyton Place" ABC -
Slrl'tThll Is also a serial. Richard Boone Show" and
'
TV a new twice weekly prime And a London dispatch in Variety 'East Side, West Sid," -
night time half-hour serial the show business weekly. bombed while Prtticoit Junction'
which debuts Sept 15. But there -
Desks of British broadcasters'"increasing and 'The Beverly Hillbillies .
---
are heavy rumblings throughoutthe
faith" In such twice FEED MACMVRRAY flourished,
video Industry for more of weekly programs. "The fall The networks got the message

these serial and or continuing should see five such serials on .give 'em "'hatthl'Y want.
dramas and How To Be A ActorBy
many a major the '0. says the dispatch. Lazy Evidently viewers want "Flip.

project of this t type la being A third reason for the trend per: Tycoon," Wendy and

whipped up at the Hollywood toward continuing stories is the FRED Me" "No Time for Sergeants,
M.CMVIIAY"rlttn sired by someone who never
studios What
are some of the
Impart of some gambles with
Uomer Pyle. USMC and'Broadside
For UPI has written one
more immediate: reasons for multl dramas '
-part in the not too
-
They are some of
this trend? HOLLYWOOD (UPIV-There "How To Find Fortune By
distant A five .
past
-parter on the new IhoWI.rrlll.b .
One reason, apparently, is the "Lissle,' for example, did are a great many books being Telephone Soliciting" la au.
wonders Turns To ComedyEven
tremendous written these days on "how to' thored by an Individual ...ho.ephl'n. ,
ratings success ofCBSTV's for its ratings A key figure .
the old
They are quite often written by has just been cutoff groaner Ding
daytime soapers in the Pejton Place" I I. his hand
operation Crosby, turning to
who
people for
the are complete fall non-pa'mnt It almost
against opposition of the talks of the
Impression aeries and horror
a comedy ;
ures in the eipertese about prompts me to write a book on
other
two networks As an es made by a two-part story that stories Ret the humorous touch
which they arc writing "How To Become. Atomic
of an
ample lasting 'Search used both
power "Dr Kildare and with The Munnters" and "The
For Tomorrow" started its 14th "The Eleventh Hour 'How To Write a Play" is Scientist" But I took a science Addas FamilyAdventure "
course In high school, and thai
and action
would disqualify me right i sagas
i.Ir FLORIDA there shows, too, "'III11 strain the
intellect of a year-old.
.
The only book could honestly
With few metrtMMM it ap.
write would be "How To Bea
pears television finally has atcrp -
LilY Actor" Unlike moot
<*d t fact the movies have
"bow to" authors I do know
lung recounted The public
how
this Is done
warts to be entertained, not
The formula finally evolved
stuffed with menage Only oc-
after many years of working ulli Wnal video specials". will
hard and then deciding
very attempt to stem the cultural
that It wasn't nrcesssry Of la,.
course. I can't guarantee mv It should be noted that last
formula to other actors And It year's trend to longer television
would be a lot of work to write shows has been reversed too

such a bonk I think I'll skip The hall hour format la emergIng

the, whole thing Thai way noon again at the favorite sa cart blame me If .nay method viewers, among remedy shows
'la a failure And I'd
save a* well us dramatic efforts!
potential buyers the $49S It Supporting Actors Mir

would com if they bought the Another thing to look fur is
book I'm not roinf to write the emergence of second bo-

Instead I can sum It up In a nanas In starring roles IV*

few easy sentences and If this' Denver' sidekick in 'Pobie ( >/ilUs

advice lands an actor at the ,' headlines "(.illl..n', Island ,

unemployment window then 11'. ; Kathy Nolan K..i<' >'I

not mfi m r.m giving It to The Real Mclu grub/ i lop>

him free spot In Broad Side Inn" N..
s I \bcli. ,' that If you're lurkvenoiuh bars mores up Root tin, And":'

i,, urn i stipend mffirleni / i I.,. "."" i.te! for your lam met Pyle t'SMtn.l' I lUUI> *|l4
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AX..D FOR A SOAP 'Queen for a Da loot ig dally television t Ibe replaced >t't a streams<< of Cohwaito. being r) return in Mickey andI
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ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL Sunday Highlights WEDU



WTVT-TV ( am (8)) MOVIE. "Cloud- wrights lend toeir support an

Channel WDIO-TV. c.WFLA-TV....... I Channel WFTV-TV. Ckoiw.411.. burst" with Robert Preston and aging sheriff in whom Virginia faith
CIS NBC ABC CIS Elizabeth Sellers ((1952) City residents have lost HighlightsWEDU

Orlando Tempe Offend To"i, P. 10 (8)) ((13) OUT OF THE and plan to replace

ASHES A CBS news special on 10 ((8)) SHOW OF THE WEEK. educational r\ I..

6 the past and present history of G, F. Springer encounters op- tion for This area this week i, ,
Sunday MORNING Sept. the Jewish community of the postion when he seeks to claim:
turea wide
programs on a a>
the $40,000 he drunkenly deposited
Netherlands and the outlook for
of subjects from ,
lety pun'' '
7:011- its future Host for the broadcast in a bank 25 years beforeunder to ballet
7:15- Marine Radar the pseudonym of Rup-
which was filmed on location
711- TV Gospel On Monday at 8 p m I ,,In) '
7:4s-N.wl. W'thor News Singing Time" is David Belmfante, ert X. Humperdmk of Their Own" will hau I I''",
of 11:15: ((8) MOVIE. "The Rains
professor law Municipal ,
Fruited Plain" John \anise"
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Oo-uht Time The Story Gospel Gospel Singing University of Amsterdam Came with Tyrone Power and
':I5-u.., Word The Story Caravan Caravan Myrna Loy. The storv of a for an early settler, kept "i oi"" ,

'tlo-ehrkloph.' Klds Bible Gospel Gospel Singing 12:15: p.m. ((6)) (13) BASEball bidden love affair between a about local events as the, i '.

:4S--So.: Security Club' Caravan Caravan San Francisco Giants vs Hindu doctor and a married laud to his life Ho n', 1/i I'
the arrival of newcomer ''I i ,
t,00-It Cn Happen Sunday Morn- TV Gospel Tim Faith lot Today Philadelphia Phillies at Connie Englishwoman ., '
for livelihood
9l5To You !mo Mi TV Gospel! Time Faith for Today Mack Stadium Philadelphia 11(16 (6)) MOVIE "The Emperor struggle and,I )
::U :Th!. I. "I Cloudburst' Word of Life WTVT Church' 1:30: ((8)) BASEBALL. Milwaukee WaRi with Big Crosby success and failure, t tin,,
'l45- The Life Rebt Preston Word .f Life Services l Braves vs Cincinnati Reds them.
and Joan Fontaine ((1948)
"Cultures and Contmi: : i
I I0s00-"CM of the El'both Sellers Church In Out .f the from Crosley Field. Cincinnati 11:30: (13)) MOVIE "Green the
lOlll- "',...." Sunday Movie The Hem Ashes- 2:30: ((9)) MOVIE. "The Un Pastures" with Rex Ingram, same evening at H. .
feature "Portrait of tin
lOllO- CBS News ChriltopK.fi Panorama CIS News fi.itr.ful" with Ann Sheridan Oscar Polk And Eddie Anderson \
10:45-: Sp.ci.l Living Word panorama special and Lew Ayres. Marc Connelly's fable ofa as a Filipino" Boyd i IIII'i'';
TWENTIETH CFN returns to host this pi If( .i I
I II.:00-C.m.r. Three This. li The Life First Baptist Comoro Three 5 (13)) Negro concept of heaven about the unusual cultural/ i io"
till'*-.C.m.r. Three This 'It The Life Services Camera Three TURY "Army of the Damned told in comedy and pathos. ,
.Ill30-F.co The History in First Baptist Face Th. ," the curious and tragic ( ) stage of the Philippine i I": 'i 1'"

"11:4S- Notion the Making Services. Nation story of Red Army General lie is joined by a ,rllll< ; .I

Andreevlrh Vlasov, who fought (1936)TV Filipinos who sing:. II "

both Nazi and Soviet troop during Notes scenes, and give di ,i III "

AFTIRNOON World War II, readings from Philippine lit, .1
lure of the 19th and 20th i ituies
12:00-Indui. Parade Florid.Tk. St.rySport. Film 1:30 ((13)) BIOGRAPHY. .
12:15' -l.i.b.ll Minds .t Work The Story Diary Dean "Francisco Franco' the storyof
'I2:30S.. Francisco Great Music Davy t Geh.tS Baseball a 20th century dictator who United Press International Wednesday at 8 p.m ')11

12:45-: .t d.lphu from Chicago Social Security Baseball rules Spain as if he were a HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -Notesto People end Politics" will ha\,
watch television by: "The Delegate," the .tor s ,ul(
I:00: -.... Great Music Herald of Truth Baseball medieval king
Future Business Babe Ruth's John Bonshard Ai.,
from Chicago : Delegate "
IS-.b. H..ld.f Truth San Francisco 6 ((9)) JEWISH HIGH HOLY
widow guests with ABC TV's consin attorney, and his rxi' r
".o-.b.1I Baseball Issues I n. 'h'd.lphio DAYS: 5725. Taped In coopera.
:45-.b.1I Baseball Answers Baseball tion with Rabbi Wallach, Tem. Tennessee Ernie Ford Sept 11 icnces at the Republican ( ,",n
an episode based on William vention in San Francisco
ple of Liberal Judaism, Rabbi
2:00-1o..b.1I Baseball Discovery 64 Baseball Saroyan's novel "The Human Football! will be the them,' no
2:15-1o..b.1I Milwaukee Discovery Baseball Wallach and the choir will describe -
Comedy" appears Sept 19 "Third Eye" at 1:30: p m on
21.0-1o..b.1I: n Cincinnati Movie Fo Baseball the significant of the ,
on CBS TV's Summer A consign,. )1 l
2:45-1o..b.1I Baseball A Sunday Baseball Jewish High Holy Days one of Play. Thursday. panel
house," starring Arthur 0'Connell football coaches from Ftui: !la
IOo-lo..b.1I Baseball Afternoon Life of Riley the most important religious And Tim Rooney, son of universities will informal! di:'
observance of this faith
1S-1o..b.1I: Baseball "The Life .f Riley
Mickey Rooney the story cuss the upcoming footbal sei'
"
1lo-NFL Pr. Baseball U"f.ithfu'' College I ((8) MEET THE PRESS.
deals with a boy who is determined son and Florida football actiu:
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to take over as the man ties
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SHOW. Guests are Bert Lahr. may be a possible mid season which is choreographed on the

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/ FOUNTAIN FILTER WASHING "CARMINA BURANA" John Butler's complete ballet version of this Carl Ortf ballet

will be on WEDU, Channel 3 at 9 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 11. Performed by the Netherlands I
ACTION wide arc: spiral agitation! Dance Theater, the dance has been choreographed on the grounds and In the chambers of a

g / DUAL LINT FILTER medieval castle tn Doorneburg Holland.

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