Winter Haven daily news-chief
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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 11, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
notis - AKR8233
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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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Mattox Slashes AtHumphrey's 'Takes Man Kills Own Girl Life, Johnson Flies To frOfida


In Lake Wales

IMMEDIATE! RELEASE- October IT, 1961 Lake Wales police said i To Inspect Damage

Legislator man gunned down I womanin
Office of the Wlutt Houte cross Secretary front of his wife Thursday

night and then took his own
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Takes Issue OnTacts'On THE WHHE HQUJ life They said Harry McCart. 34. .

TEXT Of A LETTER: BY IM C: FRESICENTAD8REMED : shot Areatha Janet Scott 21,
TO THE: CHAIRMAN Or TH.* to death in the living room of .w Hurricane Path
FRECID/UM Of THE VUM SUPREME the McCart apartment as the souvr
Cuba SOVIET. NKftA KHRuaiCMEV two argued He died this

morning In Lakeland General ,
Rep Ray Mattox clashed October 57. 1961 Hospital from a caliber bullet Called Major

out today at the Democratic wound in the head

Vlre presidzntial candidate. Dear Mr Chairmaa.: Mrs McCart told police she >v
Sen. Hubert Humphrey and Wit on the porch of the roomIng Disaster Area
t', c Johnson Administration I have read your letter el October 26ih with great taro and welcomed house owned by the Me
charglne that Humphrey was tl. etatament el your desire to eeek a prompt solution le the problem Carta', and she turned and y I
not The first thing that neeJe to be done, however, le for work to tsars saw him shoot the Scott woman : gd, I WASHINGTON (Ml' .Pre ,1-
stiting farts when he denied
on ." rmiiile baeee Cuba .. ..
.n. I* and for ell .po. .ml IB Cub dent Johnson decided today to
I boarder in the house
that the late President
capable of offenetvo uie to be rendered Inoperable, under effective
fly this afternoon to in
and then turn the gun on himself ere"s
Kennedy made a deal with United Natiena arrangentente,
Florida and Georgia' struck by
Khrushchev not to Invade
Cuba. Assuming thus ,. done promptly I have given my repre.enialivn In hurricane Dora.
Mat'ox' said that he had New York ihetructiou that will p"mlllt-.m to work out., e w..k.... The White House announced
.. in cooperation with the Acting Secretary General sad your rtpreeenta- shortly after noon EDT that
read where Humphrey denied tics .. an rraogarnenl for a permanent eolubon Ie the Cuban problem Local Woman Johnson would fly to Jacksonville .
that Kennedy bad agreed that alone tbolinee, ......d in your letter ol October 16th. A. I read your Fla to inspect flood
there would be no invasion of letter, the key elemente of your propoeal .. which ...m generally acceptable ,.rein there Then he will travel
Cuba if Khrushchev would ae I wad srstan4 them .- are aa foUovei to Brunswick Ga to view

withdraw the weapons in Hurt In CrashA daniaj.o: that area
I 1) You wenld .......
question 'he big missiles agree to remove theee weapone irons Cuba undtratpcwpiiuo The trip was arranged at the
United Notions obiervation and eupervieioni undertake,
that were being installed by request of from
with euiUbli eafeguarda, to hall the furtner. Introduction of such wtapone Winter Haven woman congressmen
the Soviets in Cuba the hurricane.battered the
eytteme into Cuba, Edith D. Brown 220 Ave C I urea
The facts cannot be de. White (House .aid
SE was Injured late yesterday
nied:' Mat'ox said, producinga < ') W., on Our part, would agree .. upon the eatablieriment. of adequatearrtngrmtnte afternoon after her car collided AJ1 Johnson arranged to make
copy of a letter written to through. the United Nations to eneure the carrying out andcnminuiiionof with another vehicle at the In. the trip in Ms Big Air Force
Khrushchev by Kennedy on those tommitmenle .. (al) to remove promptly the quarantine jet leaving nearby AndrewsAir
tersi'ction of Ave C S.
Oct 27, 1962. ireaturee now in .H... and (bl) to give aeiurancee againet in in- i'a t Force Base. Md. at
First StWinter,
..10" of Cuba I am c.nhd''lhel other nation of the Weetern 1 30 p.m EDT.
This copy was obtained by H.rr.iiphero would be. prepared to do h........ Haven Hospital personnel .
He wa to be met In Jacksonville
M.ttoJt directly from the said she suffered lacerations .

White House a few days after U you willtve your repreeenlatlve sin-Slat inetructlone, there I. no of the scalp and contu R by., Florida Gov Fsrrls
the Cuban crisis. It was reaion why we thould not be able to complete theeo erreagernente and lions She was admitted and Is ? Bryant:
forwarded to him at his request announce them to the world within a couple of daye. The effect of luck in !good condition After touring that area the ',
a lettleirent or earing world leneione would enable ua to work towarda Prt.tldf'nt1ll111 fly to Brunswick
with Officer Ambrose said
an accompanying more general arrangement regarding "oth.r .rm....."' .". ae proposed Steve Georgia (.ov. Carl Sanders U
note! from Mcfleorge Bundy. In your second letter which you made public I would like to ear a.". the mishap occurred when the expected tn meet him when the
one of President Kennedy'stop that the United Statoe It very much Intended I. reducing teneiene and Brown vehicle. traveling easton presidential plane lands at
advisors halting I..... arm racei, and If your letter elgiuflee (List you are prepared Ave C. SW slammed Into CHURCH CLASS-A class In the 'Piychology of Christian Personality; offend Clcncoe Naval Air Station
The It'ttt'r'as an answer to to dlecuie a detente affecting NATO and the Warsaw pact we are quite a car going south on First St through Stetson University Eitanilon Center and tponiored by the Ridge Baptist Ano- The (:Met Executive plang to

proposals made by Khrushchev prepared to consider with our eliiee any useful propoealiBut driven byjllie MrUrrtrr elation got under way last night at the First Baptist Church In Winter HIV'". Dr. Albert return to Washington early tonight .

the day before 1201 Fourth :.it.,. NF After Im L. Carnett, standing, rear center, it teaching the collega-cradit course.
the first ingredient, let n e emphatite, le the ceetalloa of workon
the Drown automobile
In the letter pact
Kennedy referred President Johnson, declared
sites In Cuba and
measures to render such weapone inoperableunder ---
*o "a permanent solution .. .. swerved Into a car driven by parts of fori-ravilled North
effective international ."uant. The centiauaUen of Ihie \ .
to the Cuban problem or a prolonging of this diacuitien conc..n; Cuba by Unking Ihiee pr. William David Evans. of 1311 Bible Study Florida and South Georgia
alone the lines suggested In Moms to the broader queetione of European and world tectirlty, would 37th St. NW. Evans wan headed Goldwater Criticizes major disaster areas and sent
your letter of Oct 26 As I ."rel, lead to an inten..fl..aUo. of the Cuban crlile and a grave rlek to north on First StI Edward; McDermott' to tour
read your IrPer the key_el*.. the peaceOX the world For true ....." I hope we can quickly ."'... along I The other drivers were not the sturm swath of destruction
It e1tfiae eitltiwd tnihU Utter ..... Course
> ant tn your l rh .f p lnb r of
menu vour nronnasls -
which s, em generally acct'pohble .* estimatedm dam McDermott director' of the
1.1" John r KeeMdy U.S.
\ Court
I tw the Brown I30n Supreme
at I understand( them else A lit car Office of Emergency Planning
are as follow." damage to the McWerter car Thi ee etHii ,.x offered throughthe wag to leave on the helicopter .'
Kennedy then listed them and $50 damage to the EVsrts sii'taon t niv<.roily Exten tour from the Jacksonville\
and Mat'ox called them the PRESIDENTIAL LETTER-This copy of President Ken. tar ion I enter ."I i under way tat ('/UK'Al.O; i 11 l "I'll I .'anprenMenllal taweches" Thin daoffered a Naval Air St.lllon.t to IS a.m. I
hoe to the question nedy'i letter to Khrushchev relating to proposals for ending Edith Brown andt' Willie Me night at the First Baptist nominee Barry general crltlrlmi of the court's Gov Fsrrls Bryant and Florida 1

K<. letter said the Cuban crisis in October 1962 was produced to. Werter were chaiml with fall Church:i In Winter Haven diildwater!\ shlltod his campaign philosophy today He rive it In hens Speasard Holland and
'li You would agree to remove day by Rep Ray Mattox of Winter Haven to disprove use lo obey a trifle signal Psychology)' of Chrlatlaa PerMinality sights from I'rejident Johnson a aaeech prepared for delivery George Smathers and Georgia
these systems Sen Hubert Humphrey claim that there was no agreement -- --- -- I II a college credit to the Supreme Court today and before the American Political hen Herman Talmadgc. along
from Cuba under weapons between the U.S. and the Soviets that Cuba would course. and ii being taught by criliciaad "Ih.. process of |u IPproprl.eUnited not be invaded. Board Denies Dr. Albert L. Carnett The revision of the Conntltu. questioned the "legitimacy James F Collins and
Nation observationand
course will last for Id wks lionIhe of the Sunreme Court'suta MaJ) den Robert () MaiDon-
supervision: and undertake "Hmt'ir) of Old TtatawmlI senator who attacked the of tower He aid the cowl nel chief of the U B Army

with f suitable safeguards Fluoridation/ / / Attack l h a non credit courts height rouit' decision on legislative. hue abandoned the Judicial restraint Corps of Engineers. were to accompany .
to halt the fur'her introduction by the Rev Dean Peterson i teapportl.mmenl i In campaign In the consideration of McDermott

of such weapons Zoning RequestWinter and Ilixtnry of New Testament '''m'.'' hY ,._, c .ytj'ms into Cuba. I" ii a non credit course la light F characterized H" dcliberationi Florida disaster, areas. the Pre
'2) We. on our part would At T Ti until recent sklent made residents In the
Topic Rotary Club haven Board of Ad. by the Rev o. Charles Horton :;. Pictures Of yeanOoidwater
agree upon the establishment The classes are sponsored| by headed, here for' a path of the monster sturm ell
of adequate arrangements oust t pert denied a request' forprrmlhlOn the Ridge Baptml Asaeclatron, i Children To j day of camptlgnlng in Chicago Able for a variety of ,overDo
through the United Nations Miss Marie MacOea told one to take it regardless of to build a duplexin and are open to church lead and Rockford( III. after telling mint bang to rebuild their

to ensure the carrying Rotarians yesterday that after whether they want it or not a rone reserved for single. era, Sunday School l teachers Be PublishedThe an overflow crowd at the Minneapolis homes and businesses
out and continuation of these extensive studies made by heron she aald It might be harmful family dwelling after a hearing pod anyone Interested In In. I Municipal Auditorium Earlier this week. the Presl.

commitments (a) to re water fluoridation be to the grown cltitcns \esterday in city hallA created Bible knowledge Pictures of children that attempts by the federal dent declared nine Florida I

move promp'ly! the quarantine fore any move ii made in Winter "At shown by many studies. construction special approval was given Classes meet Thursday nights taken a few weeks ago In government to legislate, moral counties hit by hurricane Cleo
measures now In effect and Haven the matter should be parents can add fluoride tablets fur of I service and registrations win he aeept. the News Chief office bya II*" In the field of civil rights diluter areas and made $300.
(tb'' to give assurances againstan thoroughly studied from every to water drunk by their children station on Sixth St.. N% also ed through the fourth session photographer from Landry have actually Incited hatreds 000 In federal funds available
Invasion angle thus elminatlng the bad after a hearingMr Oct tVoter and violence"Powers fur clean up operations
of Cubi I am Studios In Tampa will
confident that other nations "I want It understood thai feature of denying the Individ and Mrs William R At ---- be published! beginning ) of the presidency and Hurricane (Dora dealt Its most
what I'm tell uala their own choice. This km had asked for a zoning the Supreme Court
of going to you about were both destructive blow to the St.
the Western Hemispherewould Sunday.
fluoridation will not be mv own would be done under a doc variance to build a duplex on I brought Into question as Gold. Augustine Jacksonville Beach
be prepared do like. The News Chief bat
findings, tart Instead are studies tor's care and would probablybe Julia St. SE A number of LeagueTo IM water campaigned in Boi.e, area, the first to feel the itorm
wise made by doctors, dentists. better for the children as re identf of the area appeared pictures '"> It 111'111.1ts\ a Idaho, and Great Falls. Mont, Ml fury
The Important factors In scientists and others interested stated by one of Ihe physicians." before the board and objected little !time More they all B Thursday Jacksonville Beach city offl-

this t'xI'hanlt' Mattox pointedout in municipal fluoridation." nil said Miss MacCrea t In the proponed duplex Hold appear The firM ads will\ f He said the decision on rrappwtionment dab estimate the storm did 110
were that President Kennedy Milt MacCrea. In some of the studies it was The request for the special Drive be In 111t<-1.,'. Issue Six : of state' legislature, million damage Red Cross officials

agreed that there would According to the proponent shown that there couldnt be approval was made by Mrs 'i will o* published each a'' charts the way to g resppoe said the Navy !liberty town
be no invasion and the next of a program for fluoridationthe complete control of the fluoride Edna Watson The property in The theory thai i sine volecounts i day until all have been 5 boniest of the Congress In was In turn shambles! they were
day Khrushchev confirmedthe proper mixture Is one material It would fluctuate volved !Ie on the aojOieat corner i Is the b.uror( the published ys.oreepsAV having- I hard time finding I
agreement: In a statemen4 part of sodium chloride to I from lower than the recem of Sfetth St and Ave L. League of Women Voters IIM! r If .. c. of' (Continued On Page I, Col. I) place to set up relief head

carried in dispatchet from million parts of water mended amount to a dangerously NWA nonpartisan register and \ote quarters

(Continued On Page 5, Col. 2) Its main function U to help high amount third "hearing. on a requestby drive,. to he held next week in Dora 10 foot flood tides
control decay in children "In figuring the coat It has Lottfe IoAard for permli. Polk CountyBy Hurricane Dora Dying Out wrecked boardwalk amuse.

Auction teeth. This ia called mass medication l. been said that it would amountto non to opa a beeistjr parlorin way of Illuetratton MmJames menu. tavern. cafes and at
and from the laymen's 10 cents per capita per year her home was tabled when L Yount, praaMent" of least ill beasts front homes A

point of view it forcing (Continued On S he did not appear the league of Worsen Voters motel, boarding house I rtstsunn .
Is TomorrowCar every Page CoL I)
of Polk County. pointed out that Ethel Churns Toward Coast and large boat storage
the late Preside! Kfllnl'Ci,'. shed were unroofed' and officials
washers and dryers hifl national. pkerattty. In lIMO was said there severe beach

sets and hundreds of other Grid Show Is Tonight: lets than one vote per prectact TALLAHAiSlE;. ria (UPI, MO miles "a.I "' riornis and erosion
item will be auctioned off Contributing to the. country's -Former h ,rrlaane Dora bliss IM mil ,<>u'h southwest of Al Fernanrfuia Beach Just
wmorrow in the annual Jaycee poor voting record Mrs YewntaM (fed aemini, the ri eMa Panhandle /Bermuda It we drifting went north of Jacksonville Beach

Auction. A full scale drear rehearsal Is sponsored by the Blue Dev dili lakeland and Bartow are mostly IMHI.voter, who t<.'iv I in itt dying (Continued On Page 5. Col! 41) (Continued On Page I, Col. I)
The auction will be held in complete with football team 11 Booster Hub are eliglWe to vote .but
w I ill I I be we1! represented to imply throes A I\f \hwrlrsn* fr .out
the Exchange National Bank band cheerleaders. and even But more than just !the do not make the effort They.. '
catch a glimpse of their rtgular In the AUan'ir 1 wan airbed" by
parking lot tomorrow startingat fans It scheduled for Memor Is at Meet the do not betiv I Mr vole ran
game on tap season rival Winter Haven t the reatdrn of the buttered. Canners Hear
2 p.mMoney Ha Stadium tonight beginningat Blue Devils Night Beanies opens at Auburndsle neat make soy difference. and so I'IDrtIII.Of'Clr gia Atlantic roast Talk '
raised from the aue 730: introduction of dfgnriariet\ they do not vote lint
Friday and the following Friday 'I
lion wul be used for community. The occasion .la the firs an cheerleaders' and Junior van!. play Lakeland here The edta" sated 40 mItUonAmerlcaMa hors downgraded, to tropical

project sponsored by the Jaycees mill Winter Haven Blue Dev ty game of fid t Is wHl give George Pulls Jr booster of voting age who storm. Mats waa centered al
during the coming year II Intra.squad scrimmage III are not registered, the League On Foreign Tariff
rule changes for till year club pr*.Mrnt. has Muck with 10 s .m ri'T ahout DO mllaa
Tony Kaktfrtfti. booster dab his prediction that 1.500 wIll president said wilt gtoe tIP their north of AI, chairman of the event hat Mend The coat of acfmtohiflwhieh right to vote in November. M wind had dlnraasaherl lo 45
Auburndale Man ArrestedFor said there will.t.ln .ktaa they reghter a? Oct } mile an hoer !II squalls occur fly tflRFRNDJIt. and they will I" >bably l make
is 90 cents
per person Throng bet date the votMgrefaatralion ride of Mexico Miff Writer many more!
surprise lie hat net given. mg over th
i will go IMo the .booster eM i
books win be Maintainingurlffi on for Mutledge Ihe ,r throughout
any .mdfeatton aa to whet they open A broad reto* of northwest i
beAn fund for promotion of .high at the RofMralton' Office In Florida s' ith Georgia and sign citrus i f. Ihr nv..i irrpor the merlin whit n, was the first
Attempted Break-In I interesting aeevet of the school athletics One of the Bestow and at the "braajch nf south AI.t""na wee soaked by toM Immediate, gnus "f Florida of tilt season f.,r the canncra,
moat active group of Ms kM lice in Lakeland Cttnto Mutual, Mutual. Kiecu. waa cooperation in the Industry
laetf la that 1><". t rain Up to 10 (1IIt_.
At'Bl RNDALE A Zfryear la back and twitched games" bead roach in OV state, the club In past A epedsl ..... of the ease capered thou Vice President Robert WRwtledge "Ten year .11" Rutledgt
Calls has
old Auburadale man. Edward off When Smith headlights. appointed years hag provided an under' League' and vote W' .eis New Orleans (tre.aters said told Uw Florida" Cats said "the grower felt that Ida
Lavon Smith was arrested by "h saw the patrol Harvey Seftgnsa. In Ua first graved Sftrtflfter system forth .......tr lexl on women vet Dora, ..till h left thnuiaadshomohwt acre Association yesterday responsibility ended after the
police here last otght after he of the car store* ran and around"Into to DM front year >e backfield coach hereto football Mi. sponsored H'. "..t because the League .."I stallions of ool "ImagliM the impart if tomorrow fruit was grown. Someone would

alleged) attempted to gain entry and beaded south got car coach the Blue Team' and aaicitod fend for a newH U a feminist organisation. ,," Ian In pr't'Kty. damage in a 'hip with half a milHan ease pick K and that wag the
into an Aisowtidate buss. Street and Inroad on Park Caachtna the White Team laLtmte .000 Moreboard. organized Mrs Yawrt plained but becaaM lumbering roag Florida after .hoi** of orange sailed Into end of It for him
into Bartow BfttaM and Ml DMcaa traM New York Rutleogte. tstd "Tod.,." Rutledge continued.t
sea Avenue Blaie Devfl Special trip we are disturbed by the linking. th A'MMh i-oeiilinr! ,
both SM* a achet Triplet arttnalariy A shipment of tau MM ..... 'there .la a new attitude"
Ar'onlmg to the. poI t. report U away g*****. help provMe large number" of near Kt" "ilne would move
Smith had basked hu ear JMua had sited hooajaar. *, with aerated pad nndawewfl a racttee Aeid at the high. women who rll not votr v ( rre'luall 'its! wrsi l ""..h not only jffert price of cItrus To illustrate hu point he
up ti the front of die WeataraAutT tors red ........... die MridMI. .In band wfl. view taw Haasrt and made an untold lag a.rticsa c4mi aaMe* ..*... woat but would al*) hive I far. mentioned several" JOint project
Store in East Pull Staid and a second patrol car drivenby scrimmage from the Mantis number of Improvements Is abort M yn rent lower than "AH coo '.1 l warning' ran reacting affect i inn citrus! mar la the industry including the
TV boll Ii b..... Ruthledgr tokl' the ran tabor Industrial round !. vsri-
was tr> mg to get into 'its1."a1 Officer R % Smith! inter pre eipeU4 'nbt hr"" etadium among men although women peohably lowered later today
t Oz "ugh a bark entrance repted Smith in Ba'toW Ave lammed with local sires Rut their hur.et/ 'ffort torti. make up a tigniriranfly large *n men ,ti,1 l Here OUt .legislative items, and of
tc: mr 0 )1.n wn was rue caper and radio reporter aft this trim u a bcwsorfnMining elemew ft 'Hir 11 ilt w, j'!'"fj/m Mam, .rioters kris| /a Mutual l oOirmit hiv made tour.ftchtlnll the tariff
o't' of ,> than many tip t,, Wa ,tinKtin In Mutual u m f.of supportonUnued .
Str'hwa arrested and jrn jwn w r J and men .
on ae ra "'-,1 taw be rQ fartj ant figure wart e. nurni'an." 5'I.in' I II.

t.:::: I- j m :'* ...r' . ..;. t#Cot t1t'! snots Word j that Aubur- jjotiaucj On Page 5. < A 1)) roMlm: +ed OB Page fA, I oil) i I. at1 :": t m EU I j' II! opp'. 1.e! "de.n'It. ',"; "n',i."I'Rise. c,' ,.J r;? tf J <. On Page J, Col 4)

friday,, September 1 I


I Local B&PW-tI01f'Members The Weather--Local, State And National| Hibiscus GroupTo Piano TeacherJoins I

To Attend D tritt1, Meet 60 o aa7 Hear Talk Academy

- '. -- r
;: = 70 Mr Ruth Smith of 1293 i I.ak,.
Members of thV' Winter\ Haven Mrs. dlUl Hamby, Mrs Joe Mirror Terrace, a leader ,In
Business and frofeV ana.l Lave Jackson. Mrs Marie M By ProfessorThe Pilt,him!. Pa. mcsical curie.
Women's Club will attend a MuUrtpaugh, Miss Mary E for many years and a < h"rch
District Meeting at the'Ramada Madden Mrs Engetene J Paul, organist for 25 years hay ,0 ned
Inn In Lakeland tomorrow Mrs Ethel Phillips. Mrs Billie 10 C0be regular meeting Dldee the faculty of the Acdln

starting at 6 p.m. At that time Raiden Mrs Mae Sellers Miss H '1 f R ?I Chapter, American Hibiscus of Arss. where she will !leach
refreshment will be served at TIaiel Seymour, Mrs Agnes I g Society, will be held Sunday YA piano

poolslde, and registration will\ Shearouse Miss Dorothy Tee 9 / .g ,.....,t fAfg, afternoon at 3 o'clock at the .' Her) appointment was in
begin. Dinner win be served at gardm, Mrs Margaret Warner, OL home of Mr. and Mrs R. L ( nounced by Robert Brans)?
6'30 p.m. and the program for Mrs. Mary Weathcrbee, Mrs. Trainor, 2612 Helms Rd. SE. h president of the academy
the evening will officially get Eugenia Wlginton, Mrs. PhyTUK The feature of the meeting Mrs Smith received mint t of
will be talk "Principlesof ,
under way at 7:15.: Zipperer, and Mrs Pauline a on PaulF. / her musical training In fhcago ,
A the District Gordon. t ; ..., Breeding Hlbtscus" by She studied piano,
workshop by our White, professor of biology, II'( harmony
Committee Chairman wi1be\ 1) ;! @ at Polk Junior College and theory at Columbia
presented as part one of the Dpnf White who lass beer School of Music and Wil) on
program. The Chairmen participating Public Pier L actively engaged i; the hortl MRS RUTH SMITH School of Music In that cit and
will be Miss Gwendolyn cultural Held since 1959, will received her teaching certifies
Grainger of Wauchula, Orientation ) F" discuss old breeding practices from the latter Two additional
: Mrs Dorothy Winter. .s I CW ERt P and review some of the basic WarnIndonesians years of study were reeivpd
mute of Lakeland, Protocol: Slated ForAuburndale yDoRd1 principles of hibiscus culture British at Joliet Musical College Joliet
Mn Mollie Teagle of Lake- .., RAiN Final plans, will be made for 111\

land, Public Relations: Miss 'J.-,,, the fifth annual Winter Haven Moving to Pittsburgh, Mr
Leona Merchant of Lake Wiles Hibiscus Show to be held Oct, Smith next studied with Joh
Membership. The Plonette Business !- SCATTERED SHOWERS Scattered thundershowers are forecast for the upper Great Lakes 4 In the lobby of the Lake Region Claus. She has appeared in n
and Professional Women region, New LnglanQ and the Ohio Valley. Heavy rain squalls associated with Hurricane Don Bank of Commerce. These dials at Kimball Halt. Chicago
Club the Hostess Club for this are expected over portions of the south Atlantic coastal states and the eastern Gulf Coast region plans will be co-ordinated with LONDON: (UPI) Britain III.: Shoreham Hotel, Washinc
District meeting, will\ conduct AUBURNDALE -. The Au- It Is expected to be cooler from the Great Lakes southwestward to the Southern Plains those of the Jacaranda Garden may counter Indonesian attacks ton, D. C.: and Stephen Foster
a workshop "Program Projections burndale Jaycees are standingby Club of Winter Haven, which,, on Malaysia with a retaliatoryraid Memorial Pittsburgh.
1964 65 starting a'! I p.m. their agreement with the LOCAL OUTLOOK Florida Zones TemperaturesBy under the chairmanship of Mrs on Indonesian bases like She Is a past board menthmr
City to construct a public pier. S. A. Moore, will display 25
Mrs. Mary Weatherbre, Director Cloudy today with rain forecast the Gulf of Tonkin action of the and choral chairman of th,
of District 6 will conduct! Members have been busy this for the afternoon and eve artistic arrangements featuring United States last month, de. Tuesday Musical Club in Pit!
week supplying brainpower and United Press International hibiscus at the show.Sergeant .
an evaluation period to conclude to the nlng \High today In the low 80'sLow Panhandle Low high fence ministry sources said to burgh and was accomplamst fur
push completion
the program. manpower of the project. tonight In the 70'a. Southwesterly Cloudy with showers and scat two Pittsburgh voice Instruct
Those planning to attend from When the Idea for the pier winds 20 to 30 mites tered squalls tnd locally heavy Albuquerque 67 85 92 Comes day.Britain is pledged to defend ors. She has 25 combined year
the Winter Haven BPW Club rain today and tonight. Winds Atlanta the Commonwealth church
per hour Malaysia, experience as organist/:
was first aired In the city commission -
are Miss Dorothy C. Bradley, as a suggestion for 25 to 40 mites per hour, becoming Birmingham 18 95 Home To Bury member state which has been with Bethel Lutheran Church

Mrs. Phyllis Farguhar, Mrs the Tourist Club, It Immediatelydrew west and southwesterly Boston 66 14 fighting Indonesian guerrilla and First Presbyterian Church
Elizabeth Furr Mrs Louise approval and shortly after Dora Loses this afternoon and tonight. Chicago 00 90 Wife, ChildrenORANGE landings in recent weeks Brit in Braddock Pa. and Fins
Green, Mrs. Mary C Griffin the Jaycees agreed to construct Showers and squalls gradually Cleveland 66 93 Ish troop reinforcements were United Presbyterian Church
the facility if the materials diminishing Saturday High to- Denver 52 72 Calif. (UPI) An flown to Malaysia in recent Wilkmsburg, PI.Infol'mation .
were furnished day around 80, low tonight 72 Detroit 59 90 Air Force sergeant home from days and air and naval units about other
City Hall Gets Before the rains came this Most Of to 78, Jacksonville 18 80 embattled South Viet Nam, ordered to the area courses offered at the Academy

week, the pilings already extended Kansas City 57 89 Thursday attended the side.by. But the sources said that unless this fall can be obtained b>
Paint Job In 00 feet Into the lake Northwest Los Angeles 65 83 side burial of his wife, their Indonesia Prealdent Sukar telephoning there afternoonsThe
When completed It will extend Cloudy and rainy with some Miami 80 92 seven children and his brother no halts his attacks, these number Is CY 38403() The
AuburndaleAUBIRNDALE about 150 feet Into the lake Her Power scattered squalls today and Sa Miami Beach 17 89 In-law. moves may not be enough and fall term opens Monday
and should provide ample room turdcy High today 77 to 82, Twin Cities 40() 67 Sgt Wayne Trailer, 43, flew Britain may be forced to raise
Painting of for everyone, tourists and rest TALLAIIASSEE (UPI) low tonight 70's. Small craft New Orleans 12 91 home to make arrangements the stakes with a strike against
several Ulterior rooms and waterproofing dents, to use.Americans. Gusty winds blew a steady rain should remain in port. New York 67 87 and attend the rites for his Indonesian bases
of the exterior has Pilot
against the Florida Gulf Coast Orlando 78 82 wife, Doris, 37 and their children The British want to avoid a Blamed
been going on thla week at the early Friday as greatly dim!. NortheastMostly Philadelphia 69 89 Anastasia, 1. Dane 5 direct clash with Indonesia But
Auburndale City Hall, Fly nished tropical storm Dora hop cloudy with some occasional Phoenix 12 96 Charmagne 8 Wayne Jr. 7 military advisers in the area

Some of the Interior plasterof scotched over land and water rain and continued. Raleigh 11 85 Caroline 17. Dwight, 16, and were Impressed by the limited Crash
and Saturday For
rather today
the historic building dam 30 mites south of the state St. Jouls 65 96 Gilda 13, as well as Gilbert strike staged by the United
\High today low Bo's. low Galleges. 33, his brother.In.law States North Viet Namin
\ against
aged from moisture leakageand capital San Francisco 52 81
Southeast and south
the waterproofing material Out Of Congo Dora lost most of her destruc winds tonight 20(70 to s occasionally 35 miles Seattle 53 71 Following services In Our retaliation for the Communirtraids WASHINGTON (UPI) The
la being applied to prevent future tive strength during' a day long hour Small craft should Tampa 79 80 Lady of the Pillar Roman on U.S. destroyers Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB)
recurrence of the problem. overland Journey from her per Washington 74 91 Catholic Church in nearby Santa Thursday blamed the plane
The1 landfall at St remain in port bodies of the nine
lEOPOLDMLLF Congo Atlantic coast Ant, the
crash In which Sen Edward M
(DPI) American Air Force Augustine to Apalachee Bay were borne to Holy Sepulcher /'/.4STIC 'HK4SS'NEW Ted D.Mass.
The commission room,which planes ferried frightened white on the west coast By midnight: Southwest DUNDEERev. Cemetery here for mass burial. YORK (lUPH By ( ) Kennedy. was
underwent extensive redecora- Gale warnings I displayed shifting to plastic, Conn Corp. injured on an Improperly executed
residents out of the Congolesecity coastal areas reported heavy Trailer wept as the gray caskets
tlon and modernization three of Coquilhatvillc today one rains but only gusty winds Sarasota northward See latest and Mrs. Homer Fintel were fined up .ide.by.slde reports It has cut the weight Instrument approach In
years ago, la only being touchedup Jump ahead of advancing rebel The storm Jumped back over advisory tropical storm Dora left this week for a visit with Six of the victims died in the Sousaphones down to less than the pilot .
with paint, according to City forces, water for a few houri at the for warning details and possible freinds In Wisconsin weckage of their station wagon 17 pounds from 30 pounds for Pilot Edwin Zimmy and Edward
Manager Bruce Canova mouth of the enholloway River changes which plunged 256 feet brass The slides and valves remain Moss, Kennedy admini)
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bolin
Coquilhatvillc, 400 mites southeast of Tallahassee and Mostly cloudy and rather down an embankment on U S brass however so It wont trative assistant, were killed lathe
The entrance hall and sever northeast of Leopoldville is the headed across the bay towards windy with some occasional rein and family of St Petersburg 99 near Merced Calif.. last be necessary to divide the bane crash June 19 near South
al other rooms are being completely last Important city in the northern Panacea nd Sopchoppy. both today and Saturday High today spent the Labor Day weekend Friday. Mrs Traxlcr, Charm Into brass, strings and plastics Hampton, Mass
he with the former parents Mr.
repainted, reported low 80( s, low tonight 78 to 80.
Congo stilt by government small Wakulla County towns Southwesterly winds 20 to occa and Mrs. Eric Bolin. They also gne and Wayne Jr died
troops It control\ the Civil Defense preparation for tifibiequentlyInvestigators.
attended the Ruben Stone anniversary
atonally 35 miler hour today
Congo River the hig bend area were directed per jaid the station
Greeks SeekMilitary diminishing some by Saturday. party. Great
operating new
from an emergency apparently was being
Two US Air Force Small mft ahould remain In Cecil Clark Is convalescing at wagon
giant of tMSupreme
center In the driven by Dwight who was believed
Aid home following treatment in L-
C139( Hercules transport planes Court building, across port
to have fallen asleep at
and a pair of chartered air from the state Capitol\. Winter Haven Hospital tobacco
the park the wheel and lost control
From RussiaNICOSIA CentralMostly Dundee tots attending Lake pipe
craft flew 300 white refugee The U.S Weather Bureau cautioned Kinder while rounding a curve 11
and continued Community
out of Coqwlhatville Thursday that flooding of small cloudy
Cyprus UPI-The( ) in the area might be rather windy through Saturday. garden are David and Shelia --
government of Cyprus got downto The refugees said panic was streams and the Coast Guard Some occasional rain today anda Golden, Car men Bennett in filter
brass tacks today on its bid spreading In the area In the auxilltry serious and coastal civil defense few showers likely Saturday. Stephen Hamric, Jon Hilton, Local Ranch

for military aid from Husila. face of advancing Communist outlits kept an eye on the High today 80s, low tonight Vernoll Hughes, Brenda Spears
backed rebel's upper 70 i. Southerly winds 13 and Beth Standifer Elected By r wa ,IS .en
A Greek Cypriot delegation tides
led by Andrea Araouzos, min. About 150 Europeans were During the early night, r a to :30 miles per hour today Mr and Mrs Riedar Chris !
left behind, but authorities outgoing diminishing some Saturday topherson have returned after Angus GroupSusie cigarette
Ister of commerce and industry, north wind plus an
planned to rescue them today. from the Small craft should not venture visiting for three months with
planned to leave for Moscow t(I tide kept water away
Thirty eight white mercenaries shift In from protected waters. their children and grandchildren Boo Ranch of Winter.r
confer with Soviet officials Panhandle coast But *
were flown Into CoquilI wind direction coupled with in Connecticut and Massachusetts Haven has been elected t U)

President Makarloa appealedfor I hatvllle Thursday to reinforce rising tides could put water into South membership in the Americas,
aid last month when Turkish I i the Congolese army there. In low lying areas along the north Partly cloudy and rather Mrs. Bill Denmark visited on Angus Association at St Joseph You get pleasing aroma -and a great tPt
jets attacked Cyprus The Kremlin addition to being strategically coast windy through Saturday with a Labor Day with her son and Mo.. according to Glei t new tastehe! secret* 11'1 packed with
responded with a vague of located, the city is the capital Wakulla County Civil Defense few showers likely. High today daughter law, Mr. and Mrs Bratcher, secretary
fer, of Cuvette Central Province 80's. low tonight 80. Southwesterly James Robert Denmark and This membership was one o f Anurica best lasting pipe tohacco-
Director W. S. Schley winds 13 to 30 miles per family, In Orlando Cheryl Jean 495 Issued to breeders of registered '. famous lalf and I laiC S Smoke new I laIC
Tuesday night Makarloa conferred some low areas had been eva thee hour today diminishing, some Denmark, who has been visit. Aberdeen.Angus In th s and Half liter Cigarettes!It
with Greek Cypriot mill The Cycas Circlnalis, a plar,It cuated Further west along Saturday Small craft should ing In Orlando, returned home United States during the pas
tar) leaders to determine exactly that survived the prehlstorl coast the Air Force and Navy remain In port with her grandmother month. ... I ... l'rNod" ,7.( ""-.5'
what kind of arms to asl Mesozoic Age when dinosaur, evacuated aircraft from Tyndall
for Apparently the delegatioi I roamed the earth. can be see n Air Force Base, Eglin Air Force - - - - - - - - - - .,
will present specific: requests ti) growing at Turner Sunke n Base and the Pensacola Naval I
Soviet officials in Moscow Gardens in St Petersburg. Air Station. 1 f

Riley Some Kan.8,500. who soldiers were from taking Ft 1 : COIN

part In war games at Eglin 7 an olJftr-ose -- !

were sent to Ft. Rucker Ala.

In a long truck convoy to wait 1
out the storm
A snapper boat which went I

Oe aground in Apalachee Bay ear .11 L i .. \ P >loll I

tier free In aid: the the day crew worked brought Itself the /,\ tfl j kl i'. S. ; r.I :

O craft belle safely to port In Carra, r f i /> S .

>oo II
South of the Panhandle, heavy 1
rains and high winds swept low

;''-' o oot' '"u : areas earlier In the night I 11a i i:: I
a o ,y 0 .0e Bridges were scndbaggrd near:
.. C' ov ; Cedar Key a small fishing vll
.. '
A. "
", ClO the mouth of the % :
v : # gage near : s e
and tide In
Suwannee River
e .
Tampa Bay were two to five
Delicious Taste Tempting! feet above normal. The wind

reached 52 miles an hour In: I

wm@J t : #M' { 'Vv s, fib jassa gusts high Isolated water at and Tampa power Paradise and some losses causing points residents Homo-some got' : i/a PEt N ) Ef\R t iEDI 1 1I

.. I were evacuated
u .,
.+- '" '" ... # I Late report said heavy rains I 1
..., .:) ., in the Tampa area ended winds I .
tar ,r O tP JO JO F dropped to 25 to 30 miles per.

e e e hour and tides were. expected Especially AT LAkE\ REGION BANk
to be near normal 1 WHERE I
Air Force Installations in I
Char-Coal Hamburgers30C and Mississippi 1
Alabama were
keeping a close watch on the; 1 you ? MaN EY EARNS INTEREST Fof? ;
itorm at were merchants: along 1
the beach If the ao-ealled +
Miracle Strip w( it of Panama: \ & IN yoUR SAYiNCe g It c:. Co U NT3J 1


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UnitariansTo a WSIR/ To Air 12th InquiryThe uMhrtn In a living room.
Your friends and your neighbors Sworn InWASHIMGTON
will share Insight and
twelfth orogrsm of the point of ylt'w" He. believes understanding with you." (UPI)) Tams
L Constitut-on Series of IN federal assistance It
Resume that goIng L. Gremflsld was sworn In
Q Ql'IRY snoniored by the Ki to he neoessary'in finane- Thursday as assistant ecrct.i'; ;.
: warns Club of Winter Htvpn (ins our tystem of free public Railroad HearingWASHINGTON I of state for public affair
will be broadcast over Radio schools but he believes that
Gr.ei 6eld. a native ot i'Ie\!
ServicesThe Station WSIR Sunday at 4'05I.m !the new of education Is the (UPI) A ,I land and a Harvard cr.irlihilr:
r !' I area to which the states have Hume subcommittee will open succeeds Robert J Mann ni m
t lion Matthew E. Welsh tradltteMUy. had responsibility hearings Tuesday on railroad ,I the state l>Department's Information

Lake Region Unitarian- Governor of Indiana, i la the and wish to retain it: "Peder accidents post Manning re

Universal! Fellowship :i40{ k + distinguished guest this wwk. al control 1 of education would (Chairman Jack Brooks, D signed to return to Journal .m

Troy Avenue, Lakeland will re responding to question posed be entawiely unwise." Tn said Thursday the group
sume services Sunday at 19) bv Dr. Bergen Evans of The thirteen programs of was "concerned that the tragic Banking! In Florida is more
a.m. in their chapel which hac Northwestern University The the Owwtittition Series are being mil In railroad deaths and accidents Informal' while the customer
been enlarged during the sum basic question in this Interview presented bv the Kiwanis has not decreased significantly are friendlier and loss demanding .
mer. George Gerlach of Winter !II: Are not the states becoming Club of Winter Haven and Radio in recent years" than In northern state,
Haven will be the speakerfor more and more ad- Station WSIR as a public -- nays Ralph W Allen. (cashier

the opening service taking .r f fADVICE minlstraMve units of the federal 1If'f\.Ift. Kiwanis President SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN of Curtlss National Bank of Mil
is his subject "The Road 1fr/[ government? James W. Cray Jr. suggests ami Springs
Ahead." e; Governor Welsh concede "After hearing the present
Classes win begin on the that there is a trend toward discussion! (' suggest that For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3139 i iIi
same date in the Sunday School, national solutions for our you form your own disruption
with enrollment at t'30: for to talk over and to
problem but believes there I.a It croup
those who have not already en reason for this: "We are think through the Constitution $ : I I

rolled by mail. The graded becoming more and more a si problems which concern
classes are from pre school homogeneous economic unit you. Good sense good will

through and are Junior concurrent High with School the '. 1ft"_ass, mor nition o:_we 1ft"are a approach-commrol your good: discussions citizenship Thrv will guide nerd Bagwell Building Supply Rlflo"q; ;9t
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church services beginning at N

10 a.m.Dog. .. _
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FROM A WINNER The 19A4 Miss America Donna Axum (Oefl. offers helpful 5'l
hints to Rome Dixie beauties at the Miss America beauty pageant In Atlantic City N.J. .
Obedience They are (from second left Judith Simony Miss Mississippi; Cherie Martin. Miss Louisiana l
; Vicki Powers, Miss Alabama. Miss Axum will be succeeded Sept 12. WEEKEN + l

Class To BeginThe Sunfish Sailing M rr ,: Undseq I I II I

annual fall dog rv
ence class will begin Tuesday

evening at 7:30: at the Winter Slated SundayThe It :

the Haven The Winter course Civic Haven Center.it sponsored Recreation by first annual Banyan lrF I We Are OPEN 'til 8 PM TONITELARGE

Department and conducted by Beach Sunfish Regatta will be
the Imperial Polk Obedience sailed starting at 2 p.m. Sun

Club. Paul Weltzenkorn, well- day in Spring Lake, move Into f
known 'trainer. will be direc Mirror Lake and return to its ,
point of origin.

tor.This is the fourth such class Three double races will be PJ's dNLYI ,
sponsored by the Recreation conducted with the Cypress 55 ,
Department and has provedto Gardens Sailing. Club officiating $ .ar \\\1..,..
be one of its most popular "
Moitly FtHtrnt with 1a
activities. Awards will be presented to Few S.liJi. 2 5. MEN'SATTENTION .
The opening session will the winners of each heat and for

consist of a lecture, demon the Banyan Beach trophy will SIZES: A, I, C D. .. .. NOW
stration by a trainer and dog RO to the overall winner, based

and a film showing tech on accumulated points. 9na if 2 Pants Suits l )))
niques. Eight sessions will be The ability of the skipperswill : CAR HORIYISTS. WORKIRS. PAINTERS
held at the Winter Haven Lit be put to a test In navigating .
tle League ball field. The from Spring Lake ,
graduation will\ be held at the through a canal Into Mirror i 'i White Coveralls SIZES 36 THRU 40 ." '

tennis courtS.Completion. Lake and return.Spectators ) '
week be view the
of 10- may
ginners' course will make the races from the beaches of DOUBLE ZIPPER FRONT &ffl 50 / FREE Cuff Alterations

Individual eligible for mem either lake.Military. Reg. $7.99 NOW
bership in the Polk Obedience

Club Registration for the course Acres )

will be Tuesday evening. How ONE GROUP MEN'S
ever Bob Hill superintendentof WASHINGTON (UPI) The ifa $3400
recreation stated that in Defense Department says that ,
about half of the 32 million fed Walk ShortsBroken
order to assure a place In the i itilrNFI %
eral acres military con
class, which is limited 50
registration can bem.de trol are being devoted in part J.
and outdoor
by calling the Recreation to conservation recreational Sires Stripes, "
Department at CY 4- purposes.The Plaids, Solid Whites . NOW Ii
number of visitors on
1000. <;H REGATTA WInter Haven skippers| earlier his ,
such the that
lands during
week were preparing for the first annual Danyan Reach Sunfish
ended 1 totaled -
Call July Regatta to be sailed :unday on Lake :Spring and Mirror Lake. The
compared to 592,230 the previous first of three races start at 2 p.m.
year the department said I00'/e Solution
( ) Thursday. 23 ONLY !
3 p.m. EDT Monday Mrs Lyn
don B. Johnson and Mn. Hubert VISCOSE RAYON
H. Humphrey win talk to women MEN'S .
In all 50 states and the Dis NEW YORK Estimated ONE GROUP
tract of Columbia. proved reserves of crude TWEED PILE
CIKCUiT COURT 'III Tra.l aloe n J R aurllr,
oil In the United .
In 1963 .
The Democratic National totaled around 30 97 billion barrels SttUr Hulk w.u.l>to t fut.. ummit Andn.Wm d1!tI.r..PI.?'.. 'no Irlti.Nrl Seersucker
Committee said the conference the American Petroleum Purl l *Jvoicf utw ti ArMM W Biiitiriwru' P..a jr 124.N4 Inc. Ind n1.A I
telephone call would be part ofa / 1 Sic ,. 5.55r1 N fWole Corduroy i RUGS
Institute reports Ana *..!.> M. Retort M..i* 8,55 APli .... ....,.1110 Can
nationwide to "tella
campaign .. .
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friend" to vote for Johnson Texas led in proved'reserveswith Itrhtr ?.. '.....1. I 5.1,". ;.; arh A O.M..lraapple. rJ SPORT
145 billion barrels, followed 8o\ir"J" ri!
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and Humphrey. Each woman n. Rtbtrt E lrdPrirt ( Alii" I Jvt.55n
by Louisiana with 5 08 HnrttMr ., WALE
participating In the calf will be Trey 585 N M.rl.a n 1.,1 n
.nd.1' N"ip1 t arenS r e
billion Approximate
and California with 3 59 JliKfMa Iof
asked to tell 10 friends to vote billion / ...."c. O"'O/ir..I1.' ... Sowrl Rlop1, T A PRINTS IN ._
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Two .----:-...,. WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN.. FLORIDA. Fndoy., September I I I| 11 4

I Local B&PW.tlu6:'Members [The/ Weather--local, State And National] Hibiscus GroupTo Piano Teacher--

To Attend District;] MeetMembers 64 as Hear Talk Joins Academy

of thV' Winter Haven Mrs. '(lyi, Hamby Mrs Joe O' /
,. .
Business and TrofeVwoflaJ:1 I Love Jackson, Mrs. Marie Ma : Mr Ruth Smith of 1291 I dk
Women Club will att Md i I MuUrtpaugh, Miss Mary E By ProfessorThe Mirror Terrace a leacl.r ?
District Meeting at the Kamda: i'Madden Mrs EngeFeneJ Paul Pitt-ihurK Pa mescal "lfdl', [,
Inn In Lakeland tomorrowstarting Mrs Ethel Phillip Mrs. Billie for many years and a ( hint
at 8 p.m. At that time,, Raiden Mrs Mae Sellers Mias a regular meeting of Hide* organist for 25 years ha, 'oir
refreshments will be served at I Hatel Seymour, Mrs. Agnes Chapter, American Hibiscus ed the faculty of the Amlim
poolside and registration will I I Shearouse, Miss Dorothy Tee Society, will be held Sunday of Aras. where she will reach
begin. Dinner win be served at t i gardm. Mrs. Margaret! Warner. afternoon at 3 o'clock at the piano
6'30 p.m and the program for Mrs Mary Weatherbee, Mrs home of Mr. and Mn R. L. Her appointment was announced
the evening will officially get t: Eugenia Wiginton. Mrs Phyl Trainor, 2512 Helms Rd. St. ( by Robert Branson
under way at 7:15.: UK Zipperer, and Mrs Pauline The feature of the meeting president of the academy
A workshop by the District: Gordon will be a talk on "Principles orb / Mrs. Smith received mO01! (
Committee Chairman will be of Breeding Hibiscus" by PaulF. her musical training In presented as part one of the r OL White, professor cf biology, I bMRS.:. ','" cago She studied piano, hat
program. The Chairmen particlpating it Dnllr -Junlnr fnllnfrtt- mnnv and theory at Column.
will be Miss Gwendolyn Public Pier Prof. White, who has been I ---- School of Music and \\i; :(;ig

Grainger of Wauchula, Orientation ) \ ,.. actively engaged in the horticultural RUTH SMITH School of Music In that city im!
field since 1959, will received her teaching
: Dorothy Winter certificate
mute of Lakeland Protocol SNuwERS y discuss old breeding practice from the latter. Two additional
: Slated For yJ and review some of the basic
Mn Mollie Teagle of Lake British WarnIndonesians years of study were reeled
principles of
hibiscus culture.
land Public Relations: Miss R" Final at Joliet Musical College Joliet
11''J plans, will be made for
Leona Merchant of Lake Wales -" .., 'I the fifth annual Winter Haven 111
Membership The Pionette Bus!. AuburndaleAUBURNDALE Hibiscus Show to be held Oct. Moving to Pittsburgh, Mn
and SCATTERED SHOWERS Scattered thundershowers forecast for the Smith next studied with
ness Professional Women's are upper Great Lakes 4 In the lobby of the Lake Reg Joh-
Club the Hostess Club for this region, New England and the Ohio Valley Heavy rain squalls associated with Hurricane Dora ion Bank of Commerce. These Claus She has appeared In n
District meeting, will conduct -- The Au- arc expected over portions of the south Atlantic coastal states and the eastern Gulf Coast region.It plans will be co-ordinated with cltals at Kimball Hall Chicdu,
a workshop "Program Project burndale Jaycees art standing Is expected to be cooler from the Great Lakes southwestward to the Southern Plains.IOCAL those of the Jacaranda Garden LONDON (UPI)) Britain, Ill; Shoreham Hotel, Washine

tons 1964-65" starting It! 8 p.m. by their agreement with the Club of Winter Haven, which, may counter Indonesian attack. ton, D C.; and Stephen Foster!
Mrs. Mary Weatherbee Direc City to construct a public pier. OUTLOOK Florida Zones Temperatures under the chairmanship of Mrs. on Malaysia with a retaliatoryraid Memorial. Pittsburgh
tor of District 6 will conduct Members have been busy this Cloudy today with rain forecast S. A. Moore, will display 25 on Indonesian bases like She is a past board mcmhn"
an evaluation period to conclude week supplying brainpower and for the afternoon and evening artistic arrangements featuring the Gulf of Tonkin action of the and choral chairman of the
the program manpower to push the completion High today in the low 80',a. Panhandle: By United Press International hibiscus al the show.Sergeant United Stales, last month, defense Tuesday Musical Club in Pit:
Those planning; to attend from of the project. Low tonight In the 70's Southwesterly Cloudy with showers and scat Low JIIlCh ministry sources said to burgh and was accomplanist for
the Winter haven BPW Club When the idea for the pier winds 20 to 30 mites> lend squalls and locally heavy Albuquerque 67 92 Comes day.Britain two Pittsburgh voice instruct
are' Miss Dorothy C. Bradley, was first aired In the city commission per hour. rain today and tonight. Winds Atlanta 73 85 is pledged to defend ors. She has 25 combined year
Mrs Phyllis Farguhar. Mrs as a suggestion for 25 to 40 miles per hour, becoming Birmingham 78 95 Home To Malaysia, the Commonwealth experience as church organist
Elizabeth Fun Mrs. Louise the Tourist Club, It Immediately west and southwesterly Boston 66 74 Bury member state which has been with Bethel Lutheran Church
Green, Mr Mary C Griffin drew approval and shortly after Dora Loses this afternoon and tonight. Chicago 60 90 Wife Children fighting Indonesian guerrilla and First Presbyterian Church
the Jaycees agreed to construct Showers and squalls gradually Cleveland 66 93 landings in recent wecki Brit In Braddock, Pa and First
the facility if the materials diminishing Saturday High today Denver 52 72 Ish troop reinforcements were United Presbyterian
City Hall Gets were furnished. around 80, low tonight 72 Detroit 59 90 ORANGE Calif Before the rains came this Most Of loTS. arksonvllle Force sergeant home from days and air and naval units about
Paint Job In week, the pilings already ex- 78 80 embattled South Viet Nam, ordered to the area. other
Kansas courses at the
City 57 89 Academy
tended 00 feet Into the lake Thursday attended the side by
Northwest But the sources said that unless
this fall
Los can
AuburndaleAUBURNDALE When completed It will extend Cloudy and rainy with Angeles 65 83 side burial of his wife, their Indonesia President Sukarno obtained by
telephoning there
about 150 feet Into the lake Her Power Miami 80 92 seven children and his brother afternoons
scattered squalls today and Saturday halts his attacks, thesemoves .
and should provide ample room Miami Beach 77 89 inlaw.Sgt. The number is CV 3 8403. The
Painting High today 77 to 82, may not be enough and fall term
for everyone, tourists and resi Twin Cities 40 87 Wayne Traxler, 43, flow opens Monday
several tnterlorroomundwat TALLAHASSEE (UPI) low tonight 70's Small craftn Britain may be forced to raise
dents to New Orleans
use.Americans 91
erproofing of the exterior has Gusty winds blew a steady rat should remain in port home to make arrangements the stakes with a strike against
been going on this week at the against the Florida Gulf Coastearly New York 67 87 and attend the rites for his Indonesian bases.
Auburndale City Hall Friday as greatly diminished j. Northeast Orlando 76 82 wife, Doris, 37 and their children The British want to avoid a Pilot Blamed
Fly tropical Jtorm Dora hop cesMostly cloudy with some oc- Philadelphia 69 89 Anastasia, I, Dane 5 direct clash with Indonesia. But
Some of the Interior plaster scotched over land and water rain and continued Phoenix 72 96 Charmagne 8 Wayne Jr. 7 military advisers in the area
of the historic building Is damaged 30 mires south of the state, rather windy today and Satur Raleigh 71 85 Caroline 17, Dwight 18, and were impressed by the limited
from moisture leakage capital day. high today low 80'., low St. l.oula 85 96 Gilda 13, as well as Gilbert strike staged by the United For CrashWASHINGTON
and the waterproofing material Out Of CongoLEOPOLDVILLE Dora lost most of her destructive tonight 70'.. Southeast and south San Francisco 52 61 Gall Ros, 33, his brother.in.law. States against North Viet Namin
Is being applied to prevent future strength' during' a day long t winds 20 to occasionally 33 miles Seattle 53 71 Following services In Our i retaliation for the Communist
recurrences of the problem. overland journey from her per hour. Smell craft should Tampa 79 80 Lady of the Pillar Roman ,raids on U.S. destroyers (UPI) The
The Congo Atlantic coast landfall at St[, remain in port. Washington 74 91 Catholic Church in nearby Santa Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB)
The commission (UPI) American Air Force Augustine to Apalachee Bay Anr the bodies of the nine Thursday blamed the plane
underwent extensive room redecoration ,which planes ferried frightened white on the west coast By midnight, Soulhwett were borne to Holy Sepulcher I'USTIC 'HR4SS' crash in which Sen. Edward M.
and modernization three- residents out of the Congolese coastal areas reported hen y Gale warnings displayed DUNDEERev. Cemetery here for mass burial. NEW YORK IUPI' By (Ted) Kennedy, D.Mass. was
years ago, Is only being touched city of Coqullhatvillc today one rains but only gusty winds. Sarasota northward. See latest Traxler wept as the gray caskets shifting to plastic Conn Corp. Injured on an improperly executed .
up with paint, according to City jump ahead of advancing rebel The storm jumped back over advisory tropical storm Dora and Mrs. Homer Fintel were lined up side-by.side reports It has cut the weight of Instrument approach by
Manager Bruce Canova forces. water for a few hours at the for warning details and possible 'left this week for a visit with Six of the victims died In the Sousaphones down to less than the pilot
mouth of the Fenholloway River changes The entrance hall and sever Coqullhatvillc, 400 mites southeast of Tallahassee and[| Mostly cloudy and rather Mr and Mrs. Clarence Bolin which plunged 256 feet brass The slides and valves remain .- ward Moss, Kennedy's admini
al other rooms are being completely northeast of Leopoldvllle, is the headed across the bay towardsPanacea windy with some occasional ruin 'and family of St. Petersburgspent down an embankment on U.S. brass however so It won t trative assistant, were killed in
repainted, he reported last important city In the north. nd Sopchoppy. both I today and Saturday High today < the Labor Day weekend 99 near Merced. Calif, last be necessary to divide the bane) the crash June 19 near South
ern Congo still held by government small Wakulla County towns. low 80's, low tonight: 78 to 80. with' the formers parents, Mr. Friday. Mrs. Traxler. Char. into brass strings and plastics Hampton, Mass.
troops It controls, (; the Civil Defense preparation for, Southwesterly winds 20 to occai i and Mrs Eric Bolin. They also !magne},, and Wayne Jr died '
Greeks SeekMilitary Congo River. the big bend area were directedfrom slonally 35 miles per hour today I attended the Ruben Stone any Subsequently'Investigators.
an emergency operating diminishing some by Saturday. i nivertary party ,said the station
giant U.S. Air
Aid C130 Hercules Force center In the basement of the Small Graf should remain in Cecil Clark Is convalescing at wagon apparently was being Great new taste:
transport planesand Supreme Court building, across port I II Ii home following treatment In driven by Dwight' who was be-
pair of chartered aircraft
From RussiaNICOSIA flew 300 white the park from the state Capitol I Winter Haven Hospital lieved to have fallen asleep at L-
r'rUIII'1Iout The U.S Weather Bureau ca u.i Central Dundee tots attending Lake I iwheel and lost control
Cyprus (UPI-The of Coquilhatville Thursday Honed that flooding of small I) Mostly cloudy and continued I 1 Hamilton Community Kinder. while rounding a curve pipe tobaccoI-I

government of Cyprus got downto The refugees said panic was streams in the area might be rather windy through Saturday I garden are David and Shelia ---- J
brass tacks today on its bid spreading In the area in the serious and the Coast Guard Some occasional rain today and I(Golden(; Car men Bennett
for military aid from Ruula face of advancing Communint auxilirry and coastal civil defense '. a few showers likely Saturday. i!Stephen Hamric, Jon Hilton, Local Ranch in filter
A Greek Cypriot delegation backed robots outfits kept an eye on the High today 80's, low tonight 1 Vernell Hughes, Brenda Spears

led by Andreas Araouzos, min About! .150. European were tides .. ... upper 70':. Southerly winds 15 I and Beth StandiferMr Elected By 'iii. a1rJ Ie1,Ur1A, 'IM
to 30 miles hour
ister of commerce and industry left behind but authorities liunng me earlY nigm, 1 per today and Mrs Riedar Chris.
planned to leave for Moscow to planned to rescue them today north wind plus an outgoing) diminishing some Saturday. topherson have returned after Angus GroupSusie cigarette !
confer with Soviet officials Thirty eight white merce tide kept water away from the Small craft should not venture ,visiting for three months with
navies were flown Into Coquilhatville Panhandle coast. But t shift in from protected waters tI their children and grandchildrenin Boo Ranch of Winter
President Makarios appealed Thursday to reinforce wind direction coupled with i Connecticut and Massachusetts Haven has been elected to
for aid last month hen Turkish the Congolese army thrre In rising tides could put water into South membership in the American
jets attacked Cprua The Kremlin addition to bring strategically low lying areas along the north Partly cloudy and rather Mn Bill Denmark visited on Angus Association at St Jo.
responded with I vague of. located, the city Is the capital coast windy through Saturday with a ]Labor Day with her son and seph. Mo,. according to Glen You get pleasing aroma-and a great
fer of Cuvette Central Province Wakulta County Civil DefenseDirector few' showers likely High today daughter.in.law. Mr and MM Bratcher secretary new taste t The secret It'i packed with
W. S. Schley reported 80 s. low tonight 80 Southwest James Robert Denmark and America's best
This tasting tobacco-
membership pipe
was of !
Tuesday night Makarios arty winds IS to 30 miles !
some low areas had been evacuated per family, in Orlando.
Cheryl Jean
495 Issued famous Halt and
to t
breeders of reg Half! Smoke new I Half
with Greek Cypriot military The Further west the hour today diminishing some ]) .
along t'nmarklho
Cycas Clrcinalis, a plant has been visiting istered Aberdeen.
Angus in the and I Half filter Cigarettes
leaden to determine exactly that survived the prehistoric coast, the Air Force and Navy Saturday Small craft should j jI In Orlando, returned home United States during the !
what kind of arms to ask Mesozoic Age when dinosaurs evacuated aircraft from TyndallAir I remain in port. with her grandmother month past .e. u .Z .L-
for PrMwf" i + 'y'a'y
Apparently the delegationill roamed the earth can be seen Force Base Eglin Air Force

Soviet present officials specific in Moscow requests to Gardens growing in at St.Turner's PetersburgCharCoal Sunken. Air Base Station.and the Pensacola Naval . . .. . . r . . . . . . . .

Riley Some Kan.8500. who soldiers were from taking Ft !
: COAIl o/Jptr-ase
part In war games at Eglm, !
were sent to Ft Rucker Ala.
In a long truck convoy to wait
out the storm. I
A snapper boat which went I

d belle craft Her free aground South in and safely of the In the the Apalachee day to crew Panhandle port worked brought in Bay,Carra-heavy itself ear the I:I h A f 4* P Q.QG r hI fJ I "\. ... SAVENNX : ; D: I:I

.", 4y rains and high winds swept low I I
;:' 0. OO"A ,}. U, R areas earlier in the night M e I
'fie a 4a 6f rP, 0 0 Bridges were scndbaggvd near I \
slat J .,,, Cedar Key a small fishing; village 1 i l4iyr I
e C? near the mouth of the
Suwannee River and tides In I I

Delicious Taste Tempting! Tampa Bay were two to five 1 II
/feet above normal. The wind
reached 52 miles an hour In
m@ll gust at Tampa causing some I

., sag isolated and power Paradise losses points llama got I io [ EARNED! r

U .$' #. high water and some residents 1
+ '" :'t Cot 1t 0 were evacuated 1
't' ." .. # Late reports said heavy rainsin i

y' o ebbJ0 <.c; Goa the Tampa area ended, winds {
OJ a dropped to 25 to 30 miles per
hour and tides were expectedto

be near normal. i Espec..nlly. AT LAke REGION BliNk
Air Force installations in
Hamburgers30C Alabama and Mississippi were iI

keeping a close watch on the 1 "MON EARNS j INTEREST
Your ey
storm a. were merchants along
the beach area >f the so-called 1 E.VERy pAy ;
Miracle Strip west of Panama 1 \is IN
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UnitariansTo ft' J ILl WSIR To Air 12th Inquiry Your Mth rlng Mends\In and a living your ntikbora room.. Sworn InWASHINGTON

will share Insight and
The twelfth orogram of the of view H believes "
r' point understanding with you ( UP.Tallil"\) s
i Resume Cnnslitut! ;on Series of IN that Metal assistance Is going L. Qrneiflttd was sworn In
QIHRY stwnsored by the Ki to be necessary'in financing Thursday as assistant secretatv
warns Club of Winter Haven of free Railroad
ow system public Hearing of state for public :rsGreenfield
will' be broadcast over Radio schools but he believes that a native of <'lc\<'
I ServicesThe St'ition WSIR Sunday at 4'OS !the field of education Is the WASHINGTON (UPI!) A land awl a Harvard EI jdu.iti,>
p.m area in which the states have House subcommittee will open succeeds Robert J Manning in

i lion Matthew E. Welsh trad HtMUy. had responsibility hearings Tuesday on railroad the State Department top Information
Lake Region Unitarian Governor of Indiana Is the and wWi to retain It: Feder accidents post Manning resigned

UniverMlist Fellowship :1140 tHiraiiihed guest this week' al control of education would Troy Avenue Lakeland will re responding to questions posed be extwnely' unwise" TI'x. said Thursday the groupwas
sume services Sunday at 10 bv Dr. Bergen Evans of The thirteen programs of concerned that the tragic Banking In Florida Is I more
a.m. In their chapel which has Northwestern University The the Constitution Series are beIng toll In railroad\ deaths and accidents informal while the customer
been enlarged during the tum. basic question In this Interview presented by the Kiwanis has not decreased significantly are friendlier and less demandIng .
mer. George GerUch of Win Is: Are not the states becoming Club of Winter llavrn and Radio In recent years" than In northern state,
ter Haven will be the speakerfor more and more administrative Station WSIR as a public say Ralph WAllen. I achier I
the opening service taking units of the fed service Kiwanis' President of Curtlsa National Bank of Mil
as his subject "The Road ; eral government? James W. Gray Jr migncM' SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN ami Springs

Ahead" "it. Governor Welsh concedes "After hearing the present
Classea win begin on the that there Is a trend toward discussion. we suggest that For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3139
same date in the Sunday School national solutions for our you form your own discussion
with enrollment at 9:30 for to talk and to
group over
problems but believes there Is !
those who have not already enrolled think through: the Constitutional
a reason for this: "We are I
by mail The graded which
becoming more and more a problems concern
classes are from pre
Good sftiRe jowl will
homogeneous economic unit

through and are Junior concurrent High with School the '-. as a nation: we are approachIng good discussion citizenship They will /guide nerd Bagwell Building Supply Rifle::, n9.I .

church services beginning at '- more or le++ a common your
10 a.m.Dog. -- ':!4'1 __ "'

ADVICE FROM A WINNER The 1964 Miss America, Donna Axum (Iletti) offers helpful
hints to name Dixie beauties at the Miss America beauty pageant In Atlantic City, N.J.
ObedienceClass They are (from second left) Judith Stmono Miss Mississippi; Cherle Martin, Miss Louis- s E tl t
tana; Vicki Towers, Mis Alabama Miss Axum will be succeeded Sept 12 WEEKENIndsE

To BeginThe Sunfish Sailing 9 I I II I

annual fall dog obedience l. r I ,ly
class will begin Tuesday

evening at 1:30: at the Winter Slated SundayThe

the Haven The Winter course Civic Haven Center is sponsored Recreation by first annual Banyan I We Are OPEN 'til 8 PM TONITELARGE

Department and conducted by Beach Sunfish Regatta will be
the Imperial Polk Obedience sailed starting at 2 p.m. Sun

Club Paul Weltzenkorn, well. day in Spring Lake move Into
known trainer will be direc Mirror Lake and return to its GROUP MEN'SShorty I
point of origin.

tor.This is the fourth such class Three double races will be 4
sponsored by the Recreation conducted with the Cypress PJ's 5S ONLYI

Department and has provedto Gardens Sailing Club officiat t $ mer\IV "i'-

be of its most popular r
activities. Ing.Awards will be presented to Moitly PeHtrni, with 2 5 M EN .s ,
Few lil
heat and a *
The opening session will\\ the winners of each for

consist of a lecture demonstration the Banyan Beach trophy will\ SIZES: AI. C, D. .. NOW
by a trainer and dog, go to the overall winner basedon

and a film showing tech accumulated points. 2 Pants Suits
niques Eight sessions will be The ability of the skippers ATTINTIONi CAR HOIIYISTS, WORKERS PAINTIIS
held at the Winter Haven Lit will be put to a test in navigating -

tle League ball field. The from Spring Lake
graduation will be held at the through a canal Into Mirror White Coveralls SIZES 36 THRU 40 I
tennis courts.Completion. Lake and return.Spectators .
of 10,week be may view the
ginners' course will make the races from the beaches of DOUBLE ZIPPER FRONT FREE Cuff
for mem either lakeMilitary.
individual eligible
Reg. $7.99 NOW
bership in the Polk Obedience

Club Registration for the course Acres $

will be Tuesday evening However ONE GROUP MEN'S
Bob Hill, superintendentof ( ) -
recreation, stated that In Defense Department says that "
half of the 32 million fed-
about Walk Shorts
order to assure a place in the r
eral acres under military con %
class, which is limited, advance 50
registration can be trol are being devoted In partto !
conservation and outdoor rec Broken sr.... Stripes, .
made by calling the Recreation .
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Department at CY 4- reatlonal purposes -- PI.Ida, Solid Whites NOW OFF
The number of visitors on
1000. SUNFL'H RLCA1TA Winter Haven skippers earlier this I
such lands during the year that
week were preparin,* for the first annual Danyan Beach Sunfish
Call ended July 1 totaled 1,443580, Regatta to be sailed :unday on Lake Sprint and Mirror Lake, The '
compared to 592,230 the previous first of three races start at 2 p.m. ,
year the department said Ioo'/. Solution Dyed
WASHINGTON 3 pm EDT Monday Mrs Lyn. I
H. Humphrey win talk to women MEN'SSeersucker II
in all 50 states and the District YORK I UPI" Estimated '. ONE GROUP f
proved reserves of crudeoil TWEED PILE
in the United States In 1963 C"'CUT.,, covet "Sstis Tfwa *"" .. J .1"1"
National ft e PifttfBfMl '
The Democratic totaled around 30.97 billion barrels II.I woo v>. Jlmmit Andr.. Ckftrrrttt'''..r''.. tor r< M.l>lllKH .
Committee said the conference wnl.'rwrr f.ra, ol Pli Ins IM IWvrt"r
the American Petroleum furl A ,NtY n. Arnold. W Kiiiirfhrarcf Wale'I '
telephone call would be part of Institute reports P. aradN .. Mnlasnl.1.M1. eo,,1 sjr'f arMW: : nr Ye'n'M17aRern'. ,::ni.r.. 1r. :" Corduroy RUGS
nationwide campaign to "tella .
friend" to vote for Johnsonand Texas led In proved'reserveswith yI.Hoer .a AIYa.H.lllfl.f. : hNYle x jar-. ..: 0....... lu,,," ... J SPORT ).
145 billion barrels followed .to' alnn+ ,1JInte.ua
.. .... : .. _
Humphrey. Each woman Nee rnr. n "rt .rd v Aisle I J k
by Louisiana with 5 08 flirt *l r SOLIDS IN WIDE WALE
participating In the call will be ft* Tru.i; miitt the 5,5 ef turleii Himli Sunrir" ,<
billion and California with 3 59 JfY' 4' ...* tnMUMhto "J> SaniSaaat.45nS e ApproxlmttiI2 I t
asked to tell 10 friends to vote billion ____ Pelt FfJrr.l: si>!IMe >W ( > Ajenof Hi"irirr OurHt >n4' Howrl 1 Hln,t T'A .. .
UJ.JeM .to YY Igsgw 1S! 8851' .fR r ""* II" COATS PRINTS IN NARROW WALE Size 9.

COMING SUNDAY ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S "MARNIE"F Ce.en"N" t, E HIM.. Artkir'V OMerOrlinoJ wiSi !'"rt:1..1 T ."" MINn1MI.Aafti '

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CHARLES GOSHORN freneral I M.nagai r : Ecumenical Council which the office of bishop to the di,.

By PIIIL NEWSOM VIF T w1M ': Jlt win get underway Monday nity It enjoyed in the early I
A..I. UPI Foreign News Analyst r? J/ .
rw promises to be the most productive church and arrest the over
Italian Communist leader Pal. "
PETER J. SULLIVAN $Wno, Manegei.' miro last ", "'i ryarswl' & r yet. greater centralization of au
._ __ Toglisttl'i political
..... f!4 d'C More than 2,500 Catholic thorlty In the Pope which ha
will and Interesting
NATIONAL ADVERMIN REPRESENTATIVE' testament was i bishops from all parts of the been the dominant trend in
Chi; because told Soviet lead. tII' :,; .
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Aitociatai, <
i __ __ ___ .: ga. .;: J.t' world are in Rome to take partIn Catholic polity since the councilof
er Khrushchev to stick to his u.
Entered ., S.ond CI." Mail M.tt.r S.pt. 6, If 24 at the Pott Officein Inside Union !;: : 1.11121'- ,..t the council deliberations Trent.
knitting the Soviet )
Wint.r Havn. Florid, undar act of March 2, 1179 -.t' 4.) / which probably will continue It should be noted however
and let other Communist parties
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'. until late November.The that "De Ecclesia" does not
.. outside the Soviet Union develop
: ss... MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU 1&1611/ FoZ.J: l council fathers are expected water down the concept of
ai they will. :
.I \. ai to complete action on at papal Infallibility On the con
CIRCULATIONS It also informed Khrushchevthat
'. least five major decrees at this trary it reaffirms that controversial
whatever his own ideas,
'..,.' the first in
session By contrast doctrine precisely the
_._ he was critic of
no competent
--- -MEMBER- -- art music literature or science. % ,'Q.t 1jlr". two sessions of the council, in same words used by the first

1962 and 1963, produced only council in 1870.
Active Mambar UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL The 4,500-word document writ. Vatican
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. United Pratt I it ent.tl.d t. the ",.1 (ten only a short lime before one Important document dealing
The document on church
ASSOCIATION rOt rapublication; ef all lacal nawt printed with liturgical reform.
TogHatti'i death Yalta in
in this newipaper ",...11 at all UPI near Things will move faster this contains two other sections of
"If 44 mid-August especially interesting
Diip.tchet.i was great significance One would
News Paul
fall for two reasons. Pope
---ADVERTISING--- ----.- DEADLINE since it was the most outspoken a y d hie rJ Y',:, 'nZ' CPj VI has modified council rulesto restore the ancient order of
inner party criticism yet
deacons, as a permanent ordained
curb repetitious speeches.And
: made public of the Kremlin
Dy (ha Word: I P.M. Previous Day By th. Inch: 3 P.M. Previous Day,1 leadership in its qui.rel with most of the Items on the office In the Catholic
L.ul I Noticai: S P.M. Pra.ieui Day Sunday Edition Daadlinat Friday, agenda have already been debated clergy. Deacons who might be
Red China and who
by a man
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: extensively.The married or could
Sunday Edit;.*-I P.M. Thurtday; Monday Edition] P.M. Friday; had managed to weather all the first order of business Is administer baptism conduct

Tuesday Edition-Noon Saturday; Wadnatday Thursday and Friday turns in Red leadership from to finish work on the historic worship services, funerals and
Edition!-) F.M. Two Dips in Advance Stalin to Khrushchev in where there
baptisms areas
document entitled "De Eccl'csla"
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TogsiatU had been
Member Southarn Nawtpapar Publithart Association and admirer of Stalin a and was (Of The Church) which the li an acute shortage of priests.

Mambar Florida. Pratt Attociation himself regarded as a Stalinist.He fathers discussed for six weeks They could not celebrate the
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last fall. It contains the assertion mass.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES firmly supported the Soviets
By C."i., ., Mail when they crushed the Hungarian that supreme authority In
V..., IIB.20; 6 mouths, tf.10; I months, $4.55; I month, $ I.SS; revolt of 1956. the church is not vested In the The other section deals with

weekly )S ants. Single Copies: Daily, 5 cantt; Sunday 10 c.nhs.Y Yet he also managed to embrace : Pope alone but in the whole"college" the Virgin Mary. Its contents
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the Khrushchev philos of bishops with the
TELEPHONE CYpratt -2ltl
Pope as their head. church officials are hopeful thatIt
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This is the so-called "doc will satisfy the council
must have found his increasing
trine of collegiality" which won fathers who want a strong
For Independence of Moscow a
A Thought Today"In heady wine a* demonstrated by rV t4 overwhelming endorsement of statement of devotion to Mary

his close association with President _

whom (Christ) you also trusted, after you Increasingly Tito of Yugoslavia vocal resistance and his to ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation, Khrushchev'i plan to read the

in whom also, after that ye believe, ye were sealed Chinese Reds out of world com
munism. of "A Texan Looks At Lyndon". WD'O.TY WFLA.TY WFTY.TY WTYT.TYCho.n.1
with the Holy Spirit promise.. Eph. 1:19"Seal" 6 Chanel S Cheneal. 9 Cho..1 'Ic's
At its base the Togliatti commentary Is a noted historian and authorof

is the word for branding with a possessive as made public by the Texas history. That Mr. Haley Orlando To"NBC", ,. Orlo.cIe ABC Tempe CBS

p mark authenticating, securing, confirming, markingfor Italian party after his death expressed Project AlertBy had stated in an exclusive

particular ownership, -Dr. Albert L. Carnett the feari already shown press Interview that he had Friday NIGHT Sept. 11
by the leaders of Yugoslavia written the book from a pure

and Romania. historical point of view, relating 4:00-Newt N.wi, Sports ABC News Pulse News
News Chief EditorialsAs They were, first, that a split to "A Study of Illegitimate 4:11-Sportt, Wther Weather Newt, Weather Soerti. W'ther
with Red China irrevocably Power." The paper back bookIs tIO: -CIS Nawt NBC News Th. Big Movie CBS Newt
would split the Communist Analyst fully detailed and document 4:45: -CBS N.wt NBC Newt "The Cain CBS News
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We Suspected And camp.second with China out of A TIGER CANNOT CHANGE Is it true some fellow Americans ed. Those whose names are 7:00-L..n" of B" Office t.4.Ii.y" The Rabat
mentioned and whose deeds are
illS STRIPES would crawl under 1111IWy.: Earp "W.lk H. lagarl The R.b.17110Ad..nl.
the the Kremlin then agreasy
During the past summer the business interestsIn might way be tempted to reassertIts "Treachery, tho at first very car to find a nickle rather carefully documented have not : .,.. Into H.II" Jose Ferrer The Greet
uttered' a squeak in denial of its 7:45- Parodis. F. Chrittophe Van Johnson Adventure
did traffic check for the In :
Frostproof cautious. the end
a same period rule over the remaining satellites betrays than read one chapter of a .
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this year as was done last year. It was found that through a revival of the Itself." Llvy, the Roman his well recommended book that contents suit. Two, publishing or even houses threatened are 1:00-Advanturet Chips R'fferly The Big t.4o.i. Part I
old Communist International dis torian. might enlighten them In the 5,15In I '.,.di.. los Office The Big Movi Daniel: Baene
traffic had decreased almost 24 per cent. That is a solved during World War II. The past, Is catching up with field of "saving themselves and running around the clock and 1:30-Route 64 lob Hop. Burke Law Raufa 65

tremendous change. There are two factors that would But Togliattl an old Stalinist, Senator Hubert Humphrey. might enlighten them In the over 7 million copies have been 1:45-Routa 44 Theatre' Burk.'i low Route 44
sold to date which John -
make this true. The first is the opening of the Turn- went further.He Tuesday September 1, 1964 the field of "saving themselves and Public Is not as stupid proves as Harry ..Oo-Ro.u----i> Hope Burke'. low Rauh 65
criticized the delay in development Senator stated, "That ai, Vice. their children the freedom we lII-Ro..l. 66 Th..t Burl.'s Low Ro"l. 661:30Twilight
pike for it shunts lot of the traffic that U.S. Hopkins stated when he
a Highway ,
of Institutional and President of the 'AmericansFor now enjoy" : Zone O. Parade Price ,It Ri.hl Lawbreaker

27 used to carry. And of course the next thingis personal freedoms within the Democratic Action' he was Fulton Lewis Jr., Monday wrote "the people are too" 145-Twlli"ht Zo" On ,.,.... Price I. Right lawbreaker
damned dumb understand.
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the World's Fair. Soviet Union. forced to drop his activities evening 7 p.m., September 7, 10:00-Alfred: Jock Pear Fight .f Wn.1r Alfred

This means that all of us are going to have to lie found the Communist with that organization due to 1964. over radio station WSIR After reading the book, only 10:15- Hitchcock Jack Par Fight of Week Hitchcock
claim that theirs Is the best ot his political activities." He stat explained] the contents of three one possible conclusion can be I 10:30-Alfred Jack ,.., Fight .f w..1r Alfred

triple our efforts to bring as much traffic as possibleoff all worlds to be embarrassing, ed further; however "I still best selling books in our nation reached: "A heap of people are 10:45-: Hitchcock Jack ,.., Make SP.'. Hitchcock

these through highways and into our area. We atheistic propaganda to be hy. believe in the policy" and principles today, "A Choice Not AnEcho" terribly frightened and they 11 :00-N.w. News, Set. Wtr Nawiline-- News, SooriiIItlS -

must, in some manner, get the people to come "buck pocrltkcal In. attempts to reach of the ADA. "None Dare Call It should be." -S or.i, Wth r Tonight Shaw ''tor''I.I!. WtUr W'lhn, "',.,i.1 t
understanding with Catholics, What are the principles of the Treason", "A Texan Looks at 'I'crow dally to honor facts 11:30' : -Tho.tr, of foni.ht Shaw Shock The. ,. Friday Nigh
from Miami and the coast through central Florida. and little reason for optimism "Americans For Democratic Lyndon". Mr. Lewis related, more and more, and theory less 11:45: the Start Tonight Show Shock Theatre Movie _

We used to have this pretty well established, using :an the prospects for communismin Action I. Abolition of (HU- that J, Evetts Haley the author and less "Thomas Carlisle. _
the Weal.Khrushchev. AC) House Un American Activities 12
Saturday MORNING Sept.
the idea that, while in Florida, see all of it. Since the himself returning'to Committee. The only .

economy of this area depends a great deal on the \Moscow from a visit to legal committee the people -- -Summit
':00-5.", ,,,. The Uncle
tourist and his dollar, we had better get with advertising Prague made clear that Tog have that helps] us to know who Letters To The Editor/ :15-: 5..1. Bruce Shaw Newt Semester

liatti'a views will do nothing to the Communist sympathizers Io-D.p.lv Dawq The Uncle RFD Mi" Wetly Garter
in the tourist
every way possible to pull through change! his and their FI.ld. W.llv Gatarg
views toward the action are, concerning activities. Dear Editor 7:45-D.p.ty: Dawg Bruce Show

here. This is going to take the efforts of all. to be taken against Red 2. That we become a At this time: I'd like to see scribed oath to uphold the -Oo-c.I.i. The Uncle Jim I Aso Csehfne
China. constitution and the law of this
colony of the United Nations ,
all the 'IrCancer... Bruce Show Folk Son,. Kangaroo
And Henry Shapiro, UPI's vet. thus losing our Identity ai a wholeheartedly feel country before God and man? R.3O-C.pl.ln Th. Uncle t.4.i. Mercury C.pl.ln

Marching Ahead H; n of 30 years in \Moscow free and Independent nation as our State Rep. Ray Mat(ox, Let's be honest with ourselves, .45- Ken'l..o Brun Show Meier Mercury lCen"....
says there is no threat to Khru our flag and our heritage. 3. who has Just expressed him Americans, let's elect men and
Last year the wages and salaries earned by Flo- hrhev'. control of the Kremlin. That we permit one million woman In our Government, not "OoAI.lnShow Circus Boy M.lo Mercury AI.in Skew

ridians amounted to $7,199,000,000 six cent But the self.He parties. .III-AI"in Show Cirrue Bee M.io Mercury Alvin Show
a per Togllatti: memoran Immigrants to enter our nation again has displayed his Tenne....
Lets not an entire 1:30-Tennesv.0: Ruff and Biddy Male Mercury
gain over 1962. This is one per cent more than the dum point up something else each year from South Italy honesty In politics, disregardIng because accept It has one :45-: T..d. Ruff end, R.cldv M.io Mercury T..elo
Whereas Stalin consult. Africa and future party just
rarely Asia. 4. That we his own political party
national average of five per cent. The biggest payroll ed party members Khrushchev admit Red China to the United good man; look under the cover 10.00-0.Ic. Draw Hector Superman, O.lelr Draw.

in the state was the combined public payrolls which mutt play the role of politician Nations etc etc. More Americans should disband there may be many many bad 10' ,111- McGraw H.athcete Superman, McGraw
both and favor. as a one ones hiding under the good. lOJo-t.4iohtv Mouse Fireball XL.5 Annie O.lrl.y 4''Ihly Mac
amounted to $1,635,000,000. This figure showed that seeking votes In the name of commonsense their thinking
Let's not sell out our country 11I'45-t.4iClhtv Mouse Fireball XL-II Annie O.kl.y Mi'1h'y; MeuseI
Powerful voices raise them. Is this the man we wantto and only party member. a
in the 1963 $876 million paid to state and which we all love so dearly
selves against his plans to vitalize woman stands for our
see Vice-Presldent of the man or I IOIl-Rin TIn Tin O.nnls New. Casper Ain Tin Tin
local employes ; $413 million to military personnel Soviet agriculture and United States, and possibly heritage, true American life lust because we're told we 11"r q-A:n TI. Tn; Thu Manua Cartoons RI, Tln Ti,

stationed in :Florida and $346 million to federal civilian against him In hli quarrel with President and believes in the founding must remain loyal to one partyor IL3O-Roy: Rogns Pr..S.", Shaw qu'v A C.cll Rev R.gert

Red China which Is less a quarrel Is this the man some fellow of our country and its principles the other. 11145-Ro. Rogero Football Banv I Cecil Roy R.,...

employes.The over ideology than for worldpower. Americans Intend to. vote for In Government, vote for I love our country and people,
trade establishments showed a total of $1,. Vice-President just because he them, not a party. and above enterprising all freedom' schools system,

631,000,000 or up about five per cent. The manufacturing Even In world communism, belongs to the Democratic Socialist We have seen it proven countries in and our right to believe In a uoo-n.: Kin, Football Buss Sunny Sky Kin,
the old order changeth. Party the past In other 12:15-Shy:' Kinq: UCLA vu. Ies Anny Sky Kin,
plants of the state paid out $1,109 millions, and where a man stood before the just and fair God and my freedom UIIO-CBS News 'ittb.'qh H..pi'y CIS News

people promising everything to worship Him any way I U:45-.b.1I: F.etb.ll Hepe.r Dinv Dan
construction firms paid out $570 millions or up seven _
may see fit. Please lets' don't
short of nothing, Including being
per cent Service establishments showed a total pay- Television In ReviewBy a God In order to gain power. destroy any more of our freedom I Oo-.b.1I Football iRA 1..b.1I
let's work together to 1115- Minn.soh F..I.II IBA MinnesataI:30
roll of $1,038,000,000 which was up six per cent. It What happened In Hitler's Germany preserve it. .t New York Football America vs. New York

all boils down to show that the state as a whole, Is Castro's Cuba Khrushchev? How Now you may ask me, what I:45-I..b.II: Football Randshed Inib.1I
RICK DU BROW experimental shows if many promises
in excellent condition and ahead of the national average United Press International wants to mature In one's one made to his people and other party do I belong to? None, OO-I..b.1I Football Amarfean tosehetlI .
pro countries? Does he mind being what party am I registered, ,I III-B..b.1I Foothill Bandstand 1..b.1I
HOLLYWOOD (urn With fession. That is why next season -
called liar thief, or thousandsof Democrat. How do I vote? I III-.b.1I Foothill W..tlln" Baseball
the television season set to I will hIVe a special en other by people from hope) for the most dedicated man ':411-1."nll: HI.Time W..tll..CI Susebdl

ACROSS 2. Small! 2.. Mualo open full blast next week, video titled 'M.) Marker Presents all parts of names the world he has his or women who can and will do 3 AA-Aasekall. Hi.rime
A s r, l executives are dispatching Labor Day with Bob Hope anda best for W.illn" BaseballIItBusekelt
l.Crou brook note our country I remain .
around smothering
Iron curtain Hi.Time
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person: a.Put 2e. Nobl. A n t' s V f some of their biggest celebrities Cast of Thousands From The ? Not at all Do you think loyal only to God family,coun 1lo-.t..II, Weald S.ri.s Theatre X CIS Spares3:45Baseball
oolloq.t. Flexed mM r I to the hinterland to form Hollywood Bowl '* for one Instance that we don't try and Its people If I should .f Golf "Att.clr .f Speetuahr

Baby'4.. A smooth23. TIId. : r.4 ? lasting friendships with the have men and women surrounding ever be required to take a
trig tool Slum: w Q u loyalty oath to a then 4:0o-NFL C'etdwe. Weald Series the C..ld.wn
ce.rrta.fe r public Fortunately, we were us here In the United States party Puppet
I.ImmenM e. Large sym r MfN 4:1 II- t. Kickoff .f Golf Poepi' t. Kickoff
able to collar some of these AlmanacToday of the they may remove my name from
America given -
10. Buddhist roofing 21. Marsh v A n I A celebrities for exclusive statements opportunities Its party 4lo-NFL C'ntdwc Weald S.riea John Apr Countdown
monk lIate $0. Small A A I F A I v that they wouldn'tgrasp 4:45to Kickoff .f Golf J.hn H.yt t. Kielr.ff
I before they left. Remem. Is Friday Sept. 11, the the same? I chose to register Demo-
T. Win.
13.U.Iroquol.Sign of theInfinitive neeptacl.. on area a A v a A v s ber you read them here first. 255th day of 1964 with 111 to It's a shame that party loyalty crat only because In this area IOO-Ch.pi.hip ,...., W dw World R..e. I

5. Golf club leaf ...,....,.. b... Gary Crewcut the handsome follow has become to mean more to I must In order to have any say 1:15lewkn: e..' .f See'fs r.e I
In our state or local politics 510-It's' The Lam Jimmy W'd.; World :: A Scene
12. T In week 31 "A scoop The Is Its than the true democracy
14. A shade a Egyptian young leading mm: moon approaching some people 1'4I1-'t'' The Low
of brown 11. Knock god 39.. Th. for you baby. I'm folmlng my first quartl'r.Th. In which Is the only way and exercise my voice In government ShtHaed .f Sports I've -A Soc.t

15. Chlnaoe illkIT. lightly 12. A mouwEm.rald own production company. I'm morning start are Jupiter we can continue to exist as since It seems we only NIGHT

On the 16. Partlel.of catching Isle 23 already, and If Frank Sinatra Venus and Mars. free people. have> one party system of any _

ocean addlUon eat 41. Beak had assurince he couldbe The evening star Is Saturn H has been said by many a strength.\ 6O0-News..., $,,rtt, Wide World Name SoorNef
M. Affirmative 18. Epochl 33 Indian U. Obtain my do Thanks, Ray we need more 4:11-San. Smathert Weather s..... Weath.r
saw man, "let the country only
reply 11. VenUiated weight u. Olrl' name another me. Maybe you Those born today are under for the what Its honest polltlcans dedicated to 4:10-Mittar Ed ,,,......Ie..1 Battle, liceosewerd
SI At home 21. A bundl.. 35. Sultan'. 6e. Evening: my last series 'The Ensign. It the sign of Virgo. can't do people for themselves"people only what our government 4:4S: -Mittar Ed Shawtimo: Battle Line P.i.word
docm poet was great, but they didn't know Author O. Henry was born on
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16.Notice 1 what to do with me. The girls! this. day in 1862. has been said by so many a T:00-C...tral, Fl. Int.national Sea Hunt To Tall Truth
.Coruteaa.Hass 2! I I" ) worship mt. and I like some of On this day in history: polltlcan and then the very Roy BeasleyMemories 7:1 IS- Showc.io Shew/ime Sea Hun To Tall Truth
minute they're elected go about 1110-hey-Dool Campaign; and HoetonannyHoeteaanny. Run to
describe .
; 1 14/ them. The press releases In 1777 General George Wash.inllton' 1:45- Comedy Hour CandidataiB:00
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Foundation I It about right"tarry by the British at the battle ; creating new Jobs,placing : -Ucy-D.il Campaign;; ;end; (t-GeB.y
Warning ) Mlddleground the famous of Brandy wine. their key men and followers 1:111- Celll.elv Hear C..4i4. Hoote.enny Pockart)

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It's true that this season I dent John Tyler's cabinet resigned
21 1 2 for themselves Mrs and -
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IndUUnet : a situation comedy, but rm except Secretary of They're not concerned with daughter Charmalne oo-n. D.f....... "The Diary Lawrence Walk, no Defender
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ti Biblical sty 34 1'1 which look adaptable to 194S former Japanese Premier a man for being honest County was officially formed 1041" hp..t _. ...the Mavioi karda Show !...u"IIooMi.

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Usoo) my movies along these lines. I to escape prosecution as a our freedom and governmentcome 11:15- Pageant at the "..i.. A4.lt Theatre Pease
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Dora Blamed Bookies Set 3 Kennedy

Up OfficeIn bUVLRNOR'f

For Tampa Phone BoothMIAMI ( Set

(UPI-Two) men were

arrested by police here Thursday

a* they sat outside their
Light FailureTAMPA offices" on famous Bisca>ne $

Boulevard taking horse bets ,

(UPI) A power fhe offices were telephone : ;D\' (II'rl I ,

failure in broad daylight doesn't booths. i dela\ed two up
sound very dramatic but consider Martin Sklaroff. 32 and Martin !' ( i ; laumhi( dl

what happened when 10.000 Kane, 43. both of Miami ; ,; for an un

customer lost service Thursday were charged with bookmaking :-> .: t shot and i:auld
and Sheriff officers laid that the two $29000 damage at
in the downtown area '
two had set up shop in adjoining .
nearby residential ctions: ful '
telephone booths and were hOIIEY tor '[ kept a close
Traffic slowed to a crawl; no
stop lights. seated in folding chairs outside I The Ethel, now

Courtroom proceedings were From time to time, they would FORGOVERNOR '(' ., to see if It
recessed. jump up and answer the phone this further delays] to

trapped in consulting run-down sheet on p pt I dhi! t *.
Passengers were
elevators race tracks. A Agency a-aounced

Many diners finished their In the five minute period in v, the Saturn i shot

which they were in business, ; orbit u dummy
lunch in the dark, or by candlelight
police said the two men took the had been de

Shop owners padlocked their about $800 in beU : to Sept IS The

doors their rode out the
after escorting customers
outside eliminating any 65 miles per hour
'Rats Only1Poison storm Interfered
shoplifting problem checks
The Tampa Electric Co. said
a transformer insulator cracked rockets-including
has had been set to
automatically tripping safe.
IsDeveloped the satellite Sept
ty switches The spokesmansaid
lowered' from their
tree branch whipped by
a !
because of Dora.
fringe winds of hurricane Dora _of ) delayed the
may have caused the damage.Gusts -
several days but
had been clocked up to 52 REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE for governor Charles R, Holley, right, campaigned In Winter < not been let
miles per hour shortly before Haven vesterdaj! as part of a tour through Polk County In his bid for election With Holley are ly survey team

the hour long failure. NEW YORK (UPI-A newly. Stanley Kuplsiewskl Jr PolkHardeHighlands area chairman, left, and Mrs Paul Iletsler, off Thursday that

developed rat poison that kills state committeewoman from Polk County the Dora amounted to

only rats and apparently no > 121,000 for a
Six Escapees other animals was demonstrated In tower toppled
here Thursday Johnson Flies Stake Blue Devils

The compound was force.fed (Continued From Page One) ResignsAs
to six rat, several mice goldfish Ribbons Go for
RecapturedMIAMI and chickens and two officials said Dora left a $4

dogs. The dogs received million repair bill. At least a DirectorTALLAHASSEE On Sale"Go i From Page One)

enough of the poison to kill 100 dozen seaside homes were dam. Dora's approxi
BEACH (UPI) Six rats aged and there was heavy Devil' Down tht'lIounds" Pen \ about five mlle
prisoners who escaped from jail beach erosion
Within 30 minutes the rats ribbons have gone on
( UPI Development I
here Thursday night after hit. Authorities in St. Augustine,
were dead but none of the Commission Director sale for 10 cents each Farris Bryant
ting a guard over the head with still stunned by their first direct
other animals appeared to Roger Stake resigned Friday The ribbons are bring aoM to person
a fire hose nozzle were captured hurricane hit in a
show any ill effects. centuryhadn't to return to private businea to finance project of the Win < the damage left
early Friday as police converged made damage estimates
ese ..., Florida
The new chemical acts in 15 ter Haven High Srhool Coop- '
on a house following an But homes and businesses along '
minutes to four hours according Stake' resignation will be. native Education Program ( Dora slimmed
anonymous tip. the Matanzas River Matanias effective Oct 1. Gov '.
to Dr. Adolph P Roskowski come Ribbons may be purchased' Thursday The
Police said the six, three and the !
Bay ocean were heavily
Farris Bryant' office reported St. Augustine to
one of the developers of at the N..Chief Office
being herd on New York felony the poison. damaged by the winds and Beach was parti!
warrants, put up no resistance water A former Tampa newsman hit.
when they were captured McNeil Laboratories of Fort At least 11 beach front homeson and public relations firm em FluorinationContinued Carl Sander

The six were identified as Washington Pa, and Tavolek U.S. Highway/ : A.1.A between ploye, Stake Joined the commission trip later

Douglas Cinatti, Donald Smko- and Laboratories are developers St Augustine and Jacksonville in 1961 as director of ( From Page One) A Brunswick, Ga.
producer of the chemical
wit and Robert Barboa, all Beach were wrecked end a the tourist division. He wan
of New York state, and Eric Both are subsidiaries of John Marlneland official said the made assistant director in 1962 for the materials However reel stricken Georgia

Anthony Olsen Richard Allen son and Johnson. tourist attraction's fish displayarea and elevated to a director early that doesn't give the full cost not devastated

and Paul Simos, an of Miami. According to the developers suffered $50! .000 damages this year when Chairman Wendell for there are special pump, tine .areas declared federal
Police Chief Rocky Pome- the chemical constrict1 therat's Dora caused $19,000 damageat Jarrard quit the post (rained personnel replacementparts .

lance said the men got out of blood vessels and deprives Cape Kennedy and delayed etc, that must be used
their cell by sawing through the it of needed oxygen some spare shots Damage estimate Bryant said no successor had for fluoridation said Mill

bars with a sharp Instrument. Why It works only on rats I la a from inland areas in been named to replace Stake.Thegovernorsdd"Mr MacCrea

Then they hit a guard over the mystery, officials said North Florida were not immediately Stake Such things ai corrosion
The called Rail-
head with the hose nozzle and cats new poison lethal for available brought to his service to Flo. waste replacement etc were P.M.

used his keys to unlock the doorto breed of was rat tested Rosdkowskl every The governor called President rida a unique combination of touched upon by the speaker
the jallhouse. Johnson Thursday to personallyask administrative and creative ability -
said. He said there is reason to hard
that the hit areas which has made him In. Mini MacCrea said that often
believe it is also safe for humans be declared a, ,disaster area valuable the two elements. fluorine and
although there have making them eligible for fadgtal chlorine become confuted" In "

been no tests' funds to keep .wan port.tlon. 'The program for the promo poodle's<< minds Fluorine Is a \

TNew York communication health and sanitary tion of Florida which bear the corrosive element and highly I

GoldwaterContinued facilities operating tamp of hll personality are a toxic, used primarily for con
The President returned the testimony to our good fortune in trol of tooth decay Chlorine it
( From Page One) call to assure Bryant federal having his services during these used for the purpose of purifying

Stock ReportNEW which small state would lose funds would be allocated when several yean water or as a bleach The former .

the protection of their equalvoice the extent of damage was cannot be lasted nor I I.

in the Senate known. there much odor; the latter Is
YORK (UPIMidday He said the administration' Bryant said "I received I his Canners Hear easily detected

stock prices: medicare program, providing assurances that he was putting
Alabama Gas 36V4 hospital care for the elderly, his emergent staff on standbyfor (Continued From Page One) The speaker quoting from

American Can Co. 44H passed the Senate because of Immediate action and response log an adequate advertising various letter, told of the experiment

American Motors 154' the "unholy power" exercisedby that all the resource of program, and Interested In conducted at New

American Sugar 19''* President Johnson. Goldwa the federal government available helping to find new markets bcrgh N. Y. and at Kingston

American T&T 69'* ter said he would, as president, to him and needed by us but the problem is getting together N. Y It..... found that there '
American Tobacco 36'% work towtrd "dilution" of such would be provided." to decide )just what to was an Incidence of 63 4 percent

Anaconda Copper 49 presidential powers which could The governor met with the do, Rutledge said teeth defects! at Newburgh

Babcock & Wilcox 34V4 lend themselves to exploitationby State Cabinet early Thursday to The most Important projectson where fluoridation was Installed

Bendix Corp 44H some would-be dictator. go over the existing plans for Mutual's list. Rutledge said, while at Kingston over the

Borden Foods 76"% He returned to that theme in continuation of state government besides the tariff; are develop tame period and where there

Briggs Manufaturing Co. 5H his speech before the Political in the face of a natural log new and better product, war no fluoridation the Incidence .

Burlington Industrie 49% Science Association: disaster Bryant was authorised maintaining! present marketsand was 41 8.

Carolina Power & Light 41 "We hear praise of a power. to UM state fund where neceisary developing new ones. and In closing, the speaker said

Chesapeake and Ohio 77% wielding arm-twisting presidentwho to keep public facilities doing everything possible to that during the past few year .it

Chrysler Corp. 614" gets his program through going. see that the Industry has the 170 cIties over the nation which

Cities Service Oil Co 73* Congress' by knowing the use machinery to run its own business )- had Installed fluoridation equipment .
Coca.Cola Co. 135* of power. have discontinued the
without government con
Colgate.Palmolive Co. 45% "Let me remind you that Area Death t ml process The speaker was In.

Continental Can 5m there have been other wieldersof traduced by Ralph Chambers,
ANDREW R. CREAMER In answer to a question Rut.
Curtiss Wright 18* power. There have been die Infant Andrew RtIcIoIphCre.mt' ledge **W that the two hurrlcane program chairman for the dayPresident (
Douglas Aircraft 30** (atom who regularly held plebiscites George MuHIni announced .
would not make him
of Mr.
son and Mrs
in which their dictator- '
70)4) ,
Dow Chemical that next week the program -
hit of the !
change prediction
Rudolph Creamer of 314 South
Du Pont 269V sh:ps were approved by an Ivory would be given by R V.
of neason's lie
Berkley Road Auburodale, died site next crop
of the electorate
Eastman Kodak 129* soap percentage Phillips from Hsines City
last night at the Winter Haven still estimated 75 to 80 minion
SO But their countries were
Ford Motor Co. boxes above other with Bob Welch as program
Hospital general estimates
General Electric 88% not free nor can any country chairman He aUo announcedthat
of 73 to 75 million
In addition to his he
remain free under such despotic
General Motors next Monday night there
General Telephone 33Vk power." he said. I Is survived by a sister, Agnes "Most of the damage to citrus would be a director meetingat
has limb
Chllstla Creamer from Dora been
two brother
Georgia Pacific Corp S5* The senator in his commentson ; S at the Haven !Hotel!
David Russell and lamp Ran breakage, Rutledge said I
Goodrich Rubber 57% the Supreme Court today, referred Potter Weldon presented the : ,
There la little fruit
to the reapportionment del Creamer; hit maternal very on
57% club
Goodyear Rubber lueeti of the with BobAdam
decision and to the decision grandfather J... J Calder. the ground not enough to cause
Ilmois Central 63* .' preventing a club member
his maternal grandmother. any change industry wide '
banning use of an officially
Milk having birthday
Indiana Head I duringthe
Mm J W Only 11 In the ;
53bInternational drafted prayer In New York Mumford al of AU yean week. e
Corp. past
SI* schools burrtdile. and his paternal I IH990 season the crop wa the
Ir.lid,.rt'ttt.. Mr. and Mrs W name tiN a> last eaeoo'i,
John Manville W Creamer of South Pert Riitledfe said But the value of
Kennecott Copper *9* Mattox Grid Show
Craveiide services will beheld the laic season a crop was doubt
Kroger Co. 33 at the OM AvtwrndaleCemetery that of IS yean
Liggett It Myer Tobacco 84* (Continued From Page One) A (Continued From Page OM)
tomorrow memiMat new product orange concentrate
Lockheed Aircraft 8% Moscow and Washington last and this 'ur'.
II o'clock had |lust been Introduced on 'ear'a )
Lorillard Tobacco 4S* Pointing to the evidence of Friends may call te ktiM al 13 years ago, Rutlerffe team Underwritten\ by theGoodyear \
Merck 4 Co. 42e the Kennedy agreement and the OU-LawfMia Funeral Home said The combination of a new Service Store here

Middle South UUhtie 48>< Khrushchev's confirmation. Chapel between 5 and 9 o'clock product and an Increase In population It will tie given away free to
Monsanto Chemical *2 Mattes said "That's about at of 40 million combinedto how who attend tonight's

Montgomery Ward >7*" binding a* you ran get The produce the Increase In scrimmage One of the article !

National Gyp m 44* fact cannot be denied" value In the prospectus was

Paramount Pierre H* Some people have been wondering Voter LeagueContinued 'Thin show whit Impact anew written by Trlplett and concern f

J. C Penney 58% Mattes .said why heha ( From Page OM) product ran have Rutledge what lies ahead for the
Railroad :37
Pennsylvania Indorsed Barry Oeldea- said Blur Devil), |In 1044 *
Pepsi Cola Bottling 57 ter for president even thoughthe During the week of Sept nIf ,

Philip- Morris MH Winter Haven attorney proclaimed by President

Phillips" Pe4r 4em S4* and date representative h I Lyndon Johnson M "Women 1 01r

Republic Steel 48* Democrat and Is In fact nmnmf Voters Week." the league allOver CHURCH of CHRISTIN r

Reynolds TttacM 4iH tar reelection on the the state arc making<< I

Seaboard Air Line 91* Democrat ticket In the November special effort to persuade digs IA6LI LUISalut"
Sean Roebuck lath Me voters women In particular .
election. You Romans 16:16
44Socony regime drug tile In"Yofllt
Smrtair Reftm( to
1,.. to one of the resseo. -
MM "* ." he said MfcKHif .e the that remain feeler the L .. CHASTAIM, MINISTER ,
81* Oct 1 deadline
Southern Oswpsy .
Southern Natorat Gas M evidence he had ctmctied eoneerntM They are aaekaH (. cwtviaeepeople ,* think of UM farce of There la power ta the gospel

Southern Raffway *4* the Cuban affair that "1'... rote makes gravity aa a tremendous sorer. Wag we cannot 4flo e, but "a
Sperry Rand **. TWa at .. ...fllp/e/ of the. difference; and ta fet those and H M errtfM' Think of UM know that II la real because we

Standard CM (N.J.) ." way tires are being run by already reflate**) t. a** the moon reteMaf aeroaa apace to have ee n me reaulta. Our
Studebaker 4*. the Johnson A4mBetr4onMd ....... "Each one reach one pull the a... and eootrel the alll"_. la like a window pane
14S..1ft would continue U be wo tide, bit thai I 1011I,. phytkal through wMeb the sunshine 9 :
Sunray DX if he sad Sem Humphrey are tore TMsik of the power of tfce. tnoutd come through bright and
O.. elected" Mattox said. FLounn STOCK* .eepel of Christ, mere real clear but the pew la aoil.4
88 *
TI'I.... lot. .*. The .... ones are to key Here are the 1 p m eteaing bas phcal force reaeMac sad marred so the tight gets

Texas Mf SaaHwr port m the Sate Departs**** a* Florida Hock aa recnrtedbv lao die Mona of ..., eerreet- (thresh dimly The gospel who '
Iteea CarMaV Or* UT* now mere there at that Fraitrls r dofoM and Co lac them reaterlac trim, lift- obeyed baa power to elaae M I

U s. Pip xt+ and of them Air CMtreJ 2gw tag them t* greater MMhteta.Tkia tad make w vim we should twA .
lime snag
U S Rubber *> Tampa KVt-tric WH power U greater then say a we worship Cod through
"antinueI\ the admiav
U S Steel .. would ( not changed inNowmtwr Florida Trlectone 2IHMam physical (of ce. Christ we are changed into a ALWAYS MORE Of flit: BITTER THINGS FOR LESS
Wahrorth) Co *'. iwranon if. *Industrie* I liken*** af die son of (;od.
be said
Warner Bro Pictures it s







...,..,..*. meantime, was at "I.A.\ S"IMJI.\;
'f Chrysler's Pension Plan Economy On MM a deep of )MOW under NEW YORK
Dear Abby. ...... the MM parted a rear ago can manufacturers spent m'Jlq' ,
July unemployment compels than *M billion on new s iJla'l,

Shock Always Comes \ To Effect Labor MovementDETROIT Upswing In under uttM July payments of last wen year,$300,000 Brown and period equipment according In to the the Natal I9jj?'".6,,

\ Industrial Conference Be "j

Abigail Van Sturm J (UPI)-Chrystar's the highest plateau for pensionsIn MidThe commission reported that In its recent "Road Maps of II
chart, the NICE ,
dustry she
historic $400'a-month at age 60 American Industry This will Florida divisions in \ j
all major industry
states accounted for
pension plan will have a tremendous have a profound Impact on collective declines in nine m "J
Florida registered cent of th' ,
than 60 per
t fl'
DEAR ABBY. I am married. He Is married. ran't bear (the burden of Indebtedness Its easier Impact on the American bargaining and it will TAI.LAHASSEE (UPI) The the total number of weeks for Ohio, Pennsylvania Cal1tJf'! '
we fell in love Or- for with labor movement and the raise Social Security tremendously Development Commission "
Through working together your sinter to bury the whole family says which unemployment compensation Illinois Michigan New Y ,
I did Its the tame old story I was old enough one sentence than to acknowledge their help. Social Security system accord There no question that employment doldrums have was paid for the second Indiana and New Jci
to know what I was doing and so was he. Before ing to the United Auto Workers about it," Reuther said failed to materialize In Florida
long, the mutual' attraction became stronger e e a union The UAW president apparently this summer, reflecting "an expending quarter.
than we could control. He convinced me that DEAR ABBY: I have a very dear friend who The UAW laid the plan would foresees the day when Social and growing economy -

we families.could For ihare a while our love I never without knew hurting such hap.our lives at the other end of town so we don't get create thousands of Jobs for Security will be lowered to age in the state"

pmesi could be had on earth. Suddenly he cast to see each other as often as we'd like, but we young people and get the older 60. Commission Chairman Worley
me aside as nonchalantly as you would a banana talk on the phone almost every day. When I call workers off the assembly lines The new contract raised the Brown said Wednesday jobs ANNUALS BULBS

peel. He told me that I was immoral and unworthy her I always ask if she's busy and she says no Union President Walter P. basic pension rate from were up and unemploymentdown
to be called a wife and mother, and thatI But she Is forever running to watch somethingshe Reuther said "it doesn't make $280 per month per year of during April May and
should change my way of living etc., etc I had has on the stove, or else she is trying to sense to stay (on the job) when service to $425 per month. June, and unemployment compensation VEGETABLE PLANTS
never succumbed to a mans charms before, keep an eye on the' children while moThis you can get these kinds of benefits Thug after 30 yeara a worker's payments for the
lished and I never this it will might again.prevent But some maybe other if you woman pub Just about drives me crazy" :::Jii tell A man would be very fool. basic pension rate would be period dropped nearly $2 million ... ARE BEGINNING TO ARRIVE
her that those Interruptions bother me' I don t ish to work until he $127.50 Instead
from making the same mistake. Thank you forletting was 68. of the present under the same three months a
want to hurt her
me unburden to you There is no one else feelings. Under a complicated formula $84. year agoPayments. '
I could tell, TELEPHONE FRIEND not yet spelled out in detail, a When new Social Security for the second < .: t $ ;;t '

worker could retire at 60 and rates are added In, a worker quarter of 1964 totalled $5.831,-
A DEVOTED!! FAN DEAR FRIEND: Why not auk your friend to get pension benefits equal to 70 and his wife at age 65 would 184, compared to $7,537,651 a TIME TO GET YOUR PLANT BEDS READYI!

DEAR FAN! Sadly enough, my publishingyour call Interruption YOU when? she Is able to converse without per cent of his pay up to a $400 draw about $316 per month. But year ago PEAT MANURE BONE MEAL ETC.
letter probably will not Jolt one woman who a month ceiling if he retired earlier, he actual. "AH angles of the Florida
i I Is having an affair (They're Jolt proof) But II C e I A worker could even retire as ly would get more money. employment situation at mid Doty Farm & Garden Supply

may cushion the shock when It finally comes-as CONFIDENTIAL TO "WILLIAM IN BALTIMORE early. 55 with scaled down summer reflected an expanding

I it always does :" He who desires to I'hlrIUl'ceIS benefits. It would be at the Over a third of pedestrian and growing economy comparedto
I e e e must not be afraid of criticism; for fear of worker's option SLj Reuther deaths In cities occur when the a year ago," Brown said. 299 SIXTH ST. SW. 293.9730
rrltlrlim Is the kiss of death In the rourUhlp of said this was the key to the victim Is The commission said that It .
DEAR ABBY: 1 would like your opinion of achievement crossing the street between a Firm :: rre
plan June farm to a
a sister ho tells everyone she has no listen or intersections, says the non employment '
brothers-that they are all dead? She also tells I a e e "We didn't want to make early Peninsula Motor Club, AAA tailed 1,482.500. an Increase of . . . .
people that her parents are dead. The truth is retirement compulsory," 68,700 above June of 1963 Un
she has a living mother and she also has three Problem? Write to ABSY, Box (U700, Los Reuther said, "we wanted to
sisters and two brothers who are living The Angeles Calif. For a personal reply enclose astamped persuade him to retire with attractive .
Ironic part of this whole situation Is that she lethe addressed envelope. benefit.."
In the did the mast for
one everyone e I a
! Reuther said the pension
Why Is it that the one you do everything for plan.
always hurts you the most? Hate to write letters Send one dollar to was "the most historic agreement
Abby, Box 69700, Lou Angeles, Calif, fF"obm In the history of the I
SNUBBED booklet, HOW I TO WRITE LETTERS American labor movement

DEAR SNUBBED: Some people never for- OCCASIONS." "We have now established

five yon for what you do for them because they 4

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A Uronnon, n ,
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Aiturncy at law CUSHION
fO, lies 778.
Winter Haven Flm.\
AUK 28. BfPt 4. 11 II, IKiIN Tireslone
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of Winter Haven NOTICE!: OF MIT
O, N.W Winter Haven. Florida RETREADS ON SOUND
You are hereby notified that a
OUTGROWN mil Klnt for you Divorce In the hat above been entitled filed BALANCING TIRE BODIES OR ON

cause.. and that you are horebyI"ulr..d TRAYS
) to serve a copy of your YOUR OWN TIRESWHITEWALLS
answer or other written def..nOP'upon

lion attorney before 911 Raymond'Winter the whose:38th!!Haven Mattes day:'':".Florida of.plaintiff I September PO, nor THREE DAYSONLY $1 1 1Including $ By PHILCO

YOUR HOME ? A D. 1M>4. and before or /Immediately ij
lerk of the thereafter above styled to file Court with Mid the the 4 OR ALUMINUM $1 1 1FLOOR
original of said answer or
written defeniwi. If any EASY OUT
h rnnfeieo If you fall will to be do entered*o, decree. attain pro j r BLACKWALLSPlus L

you for the relief demanded In WelqhM and Labor ;
R> IhwltNm.illn! hand and official
vat of office at Barlow Polk
/ ('"int>'. Florida this :36th day of RUNNER
August A D. 1961D. ;{ Any Size
y4 : H, Circuit LOAN CourtJly JBClerk GARDEN

f9r Dorothy Bunn
Deputy Clerk I MATS
AUK 28 Se pt. 4, it. IS. 1.S4IN _

THE" &('iTTtw'HT-or THE HOSE

IN AND KOK .POLUtlHNTV .... ry 4949
IN ( HAN. "
Mull Te Fereclwe M.Hiaf. ;: PLASTIC
I' iI IBM Ha' MWU-SS-!M $
SO' 13B"Guaranteed

HAVEN n. Plaintiff tax and 2..for

4 trade-in i
I NOTUK lir HI Defendant IT same size off your car
TO JOHN !: "
wife. HtLEYWMAEE: : -
You an hereby notified that LAWN FURNITURE
I Plaintiff hal Instituted cult asaliut
you In the above styled Court, and
the nature of said suit la a Bill toForeclose WEBBING ALBUMS

I- B in that 0 R.certain Book Ml mortgage, fags .reCorded :It.- AUTO SUPPLIES
II Public Record of Pulk County, Florida
encumbering I all th* following
I I described real estate In yolk County WOVEN BEATNIKS
Florida, to-wlt
L. of tot 11.H. W IHowey .
... part Land Company Flrrt PLASTIC Johnson's "J" Wax Simonis Body Sheen POPULAR sjj
Addition to Dundee, Polk County I
I IJ ,, Florida. a* shows by map I WESTERN 1
chase th* Simoniz WaxJohnson's Johnson's
office Court of the In Clerk and for Polk Clrult TWO irROLLS $1 Car Plate RELIGIOUS

County, Florid, ut Plat Book
4. Pace 41 deicrlbed a* follow, Cleaner Acrylic Finish Polish
From the NE comer ol Lot S-H.
said w. J. Howey Land Com
pany'. Itrt Addttto t* Dundee Car Wash & Wax Cusile Motor TuneupJohnson's
run South along Ute Went
ria-ht-ofway Una ofoflO Myrtle SPALDING r BRAKE
Street a dUtaiK feet
Camu Wax Cusile
It a point, thence run Wet a Motor Honey
distance of 400 feet to the
Point of Beginning From said GOLF
Point of Heilnninf con I In u* Duponi No. 7 Wax Engine Degreaser ADJUSTMENTLIQUID
West a distance of 00 fet to
Let us help you to add on that a point thence run South a die-
lane of 114 U feet to a point
thence run kaat a duitanc olu

extra room. Consult with us for North returning 0 feet a distance to to a the put.t.of Point Itt IMsa 11 of feet N.Beginning LIQUID $ $1 $

a o>**crloed easement. Th property for Soutk utility la 10 eubyecl purposesand tNt of to rTr: 1 Your Choice 1 PRECISION i iwhere ]

your remodeling plans. Let's fret wide a Nap and of lying land Immediately Wing .M

North of deerrtbed led a dMilendlng
East to Myrtle Street

talk over your needs. SI t .I*gr.reserved a* purpoe.Th for Ingre* dtUlty and
easement likewise. eat.ado East
t." Myrtle Mine
u and yes an hereby aottfud to file
j"ur answer or other pleading to
Plaintiff Oompla n> lh. offlc
of the Clerk *f tho Clrcdlt Court ,.
and mart copy thereof lo summer '
Im and Connor 14' A...... B. EVERY
NW, Winter Hans. Florida M i *r
% before. October Pro CoBfeuo 5. 11M.to k or*atrdrSltBS *uflerDrrre your dollar buys MILES more NIGHT

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4 the abo *.yl-4 Court cad tlto 590 AVENUE A Sew
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Jl thY tiv H.In,1904.0AN. IR. CY 3-2116 Except Sunday
Clerk Clrcutt Court

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-tit : DAILY NEWS.CHIEF. Friday September 1 M I, 1964 Pg 7 Luncheon GivenIn

,, ,
'''''''"" "'v '"" WIMW

- 1 Miss Grafton

--Lit ,
I Aa i ,'millet centerpiece der

t. 't. ''I i (he luncheon table when

t M Hi'rbert E Apple Jr en

t .'f",11 I vMterdav at the Yak,

1'III. T .n Yacht and round
l I honoring Miv Ju\ u' Graf
E i popular bride elect

1 edited by BiLUC ClUS .
a "., ." M, i;raft** chosen color1
n and white were artist! ;
? ; Around The TownRainbow 55-rl I In the centerpiece ofw
ir6v.e s4v '. carnations and green

9 mrrs, arranged! In a novel
b .Ii'. r container Each streamc
Girls InstallationIs
74 lcd to the Individaul table
-r r 1"1' and were marked by a
: ; :r: L" arnatkin with a tiny be ,

N f Scheduled For that added a keynote of inters T
r ri rr .: r.) thc octal event

W' Grafton her mother
Order of Rainbow for Girls, Assembly No 35, 11Mt'rrill\ E Grafton and

will hold its installation of new officers Sunday afternoon the mother of her fiancee

at two o'clock in the Masonic Temple. All friends Mi Rat' Hock were pre ,'ntt
1 c)r,age< by the hortecrt.uests
are invited to attend A practice for the installationwill

be held by all officers tomorrow morning at 9.30: I.
Included Mesdame
in the Temple LL, .
f' iv 'rO Spencer Albert Griffin
r oNl
.. .
,-...... t.. ._ _, Miss Clsiy Smith Is leavingthis Mr and Mrs. George Black ---- -- Robert Eastman William
D'A. ,
weekend for her classes at and children Bill, Mike and MR AND MRS. BILLY NATIONLovernNations. I.cmon Andrew Ireland Wll
Tina, the weekend lain' Ralev. Frank Sparrow
alter spent past
KATHY GIBES, right, Is the newly installed Chairman of the Junior Legion Auxiliary, Mt Vernon Seminary
at Vero Beach. Jack McKay Joe McKlttbcnRoh .
I Mrs M, G, Glbbs Installed the new officers last night in the new legion: hall, Kathy Baugh, spending the summer with her
rt Allen,
left, Is outgoing Junior chaIrman. parents, Mr and Mrs. SidneyI George Kend
Smith. Florida Slat Diversity has rick Harry King and Hunter
announced a list of 898 grid I Iyer

I New Arrivals Realistic Arts Mr and Mrs Ambrose Slid uales who completed their work The First Assembly of Go 1 lire bodice was designed witha - -
ham and family have movedto during the third trimester Church was the setting at seven sabrina neckline embellishedr
- And Crafts Winter Haven from their (or. Those from Winter Haven p.m. on September 3rd foi with sequin, and king tapering
Mr. and Mrs Ayden B. Petty man of Lake Alfred are announcing I, mer home in Norfolk Va and were: Robert James Eastman the marriage of Mini Gail Lo> sleeves. The bouFfan skirt [3WFALL
of Lake Alfred became the par, the birth of a son: Group To Meetd are residing on Avenue B, NW Jr., BS decree In business: Wil vern, daughter of Mr and Mrs; fashioned of tulle ruffle*, feat .
ents of a son, yesterday at the yesterday at the local hocpita i ism Stephen Hunt, BS In social Clarence I. Lovern, and Bill] lured Insets of lace, Her Illus
Winter Haven Hospital The ba, at 2:54: p.m. The baby tipped . by arrived at 10:47: ..m. an I the scales at six pounds an, The Realistic Arts and Crafts from Baltimore, Md to Britt Pamela K Ilea ran. B. Sin Charles J. Nations of Broukha crown embroidered with sequins .
weighed In at eight pounds and I lone and one half ounces Guild postponed Its meeting spend the winter season with education; David Charles yen, Mlsa.Vows and she carried a lavender CS'&(;) O@
fourteen and one half ounces, this week due to Hurricane her son.in.law and daughter Mann. RS. arts and sciences: for the double rlni I orchid and shower of satin
Mr, and Mrs Alfred le Roberts >.. Dora and has rescheduled thee Mr. and Mrs. A. E Arnett Gretchen Mary Colrhlskl, BA, ceremony were read at severp i ribbons <*n a prayer book, Just Arrived at
Mr and Mrs Calvin 0. Pitt of Lake Alfred became th session for next Tuesday eve- arts and sciences. From Lake .m. by the Rev J. D. Courtney Miss Jerllyn Davis was ma
parents of a son yesterday al t sing at 7:30 In the Chamber of Miss Janice Smith, daughterof Alfred John Barton Camp Ph.D. and the Rev, Emersor I Iron of honor She wort a yellow nrm@BR
the local hospital at 8:14: p.m Commerce Building, 106 Sixthi Mr and Mrs. Sidney I. Jones gown with white lace trim,
EVERY I The baby weighed In at seven Street NW. Smith, is leaving this weekendto White gladioli were placed I I The Rev Edgar M, Davis
pounds and three ounces before a background of palmiand i I served as best man for his
AU who are interested In the return to her classes atMary Mr and Mrs. Robert Greeneand ., .
A daughter was born yesler Baldwin loquat leaves Lighted t.p.era brother law, and ushers were The SINGH Co.
NIGHT day at the Winter Haven Hospital formation of this group are Mrs Betty Hammond visIted in two seven.branched candelabra Richard Rrtijhtwrll and BonnieHirer Ill w Ctr l P*. ttl.1171WlMM
urged to attend. A final draftof recently with Col. and Mrs cast a soft glow over. Heron
the bylaws will be read and Miss Twlh Sheller has re Paul Krotts and family In St the setting. (. aloe! I.1 lskeiudbRemember
to Mr and Mr. ('ur"
IS 1 I new officers for the coming turned to her classes at Jones Cloud A reception was held in the
C Harris of Haines City. The elected. Business! College in Jacksonville Nuptlil music was presented church annex when the bride
little girl arrived at 6 09 year by Joe JasKO Jr.. vocalist, and 1 table
: m. centered with
p after spending a long was a four
Mr and Mrs Jack Brown,
STEAK weighing eight pounds and ten i Further Information may be weekend here with her parents Mr. and Mrs Foy Butts and Mrs Geraldine Powell, organlshGlees tiered rake on a reflector,
In '
and one half ounces, had by calling Mrs Mary Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Chester M. Shah Curtis Weatherlngton spent the father the bride marriage by her Mrs. Jane Harlow was In !
CY 3.1720, or CY 3-3171. fer wore a floorl.nllJi charge of the bride's book As
past weekend at Lake Hatch gown of nylon tulle and 1
Mr and Mrs William L Wilson listing In ho.plt.UllewPt'e
NIGHTat of Auburndale became par. Mrs leitle Ragan Is expected Ineha Chantlll lace over satin. The 1 Mrs. Aaron Rice, Miss Helen THOMAS.WATERS.

cots of a son at the Winter Lake Hamilton to return thin week from Hicks! Mist Scarlet Jackson,
Haven Hospital this morningat Hobart Ind where she has HOSPITAL NEWS Miss Mary Newklrk, Miss La.
2 32 a m. The young man KindergartenLake been spending the summer with nelle Allen and Mrs, Clarlc
atMGRRISOII'S tipped the scales at seven her daughters Hammock
pounds and one ounce Hamilton TIIt'RSU\V'H For I wedding trip to Mis FORD, Inc.
Mrs, R C Sutherland Rob. slislppl the bride wore a whit
Kindergarten begin its second Dr and Mrs Rafael Nobo Winter Haven
er* L Treaday. Mrs Sidney suit with tin accessories and
year with IS pupils enrolled and children are nemcomers to Mrs John J Donahue. Mrs
C Van Dyke. Miss lavender orchid .
Winter Haven Mrs Carlton Blasdelt teaches Winter Haven They moved here William J Provmia William Joyce Ramona a con..* "ThtHomtOfQuality
Waters, Iloyd A Will The bride was graduated In
the school, which meets In the from Columbus, Ohio and art Eugene Pairball Mrs CurtisC
man. 1MJ from the Winter Haven Strvict"FOR
IWir ..r Haven 'onlyl) Club Educational Building of .the residing on Fourth Court I Harris Mrs Alfred L Rob if j > Aub.rndiUJimmlt High School and until her marriage
Lake Hamilton PresbyterianChurch Mr. and Mrs. M M. Reed errs. William P Fgan Mrs.
Meets Next WeekThe C. Cole, Mrs, Ford war hy
Those enrolled are Keith are vacationing the Carolinasand JO+4'Ih Hollmeyer, Mrs Fran. Hellaven Jr Mrs G. M Winter Haven llonpltal MILES OP
Georgia res V Poslell Mrs. Aaron G Mr. N.lkln.tpnded the
Greeson and Donna Stripling Moore. Master Paul D Nelson SMILES JUST
Garden Club of Wine Jenkins. Mrs Fred S Moore schools of llrookhaven and I ho
from Haines City Carmen Bennett ASK FOR MILIS.l .
; Mri Rirhrd101'111I: has re
Haven will meet at ten a.mon David Golden Shellah Mrs Robert P Dean Mrs. Master Willis A. Johnson. now employed In that city by
turned vacation to
from a trip
Saturday. September 19th. Golden, Stephen Hamrick, Jon Washington D. C.. Virginia, Merwyn L Park Cecil R.Byrd. llslnes City the_Gulf Milk___ u Company
In+lead of tomorrow, as previously Hilton, Nernell Hughes Brenda Went Virginia and GttlinburgT James Bracewrll. Miss Mrs James B. Spurlm
announced Spears and Beth Standifer from >nn. Phyllis K Barfueld Miss Penelope lake Hamilton
4W The meeting at which Clan e Dundee: Mikey Bradley. Kenneth Trussell Miss Mary Robert F Lee
Phillips Jr win be the speaker Facklam, Jimmy Gould, Mr. and Mrs William Hurt Ann Oxborn Mrs. lula Tay, t'.! Meade
on Florida snakes,. willTort, Lisa Hunt Nina Justice, Karen and chlldi ore making/ their lot Mm Arlie A, Palmdale Mrs Fred Spiight/
held at the home of Rogers, Leroy Sturm and Teresa home on Lake Lulu Drive aft William I Hampton Mrs Eagle: Lake
Walker Tidwell of Lake Hamilton cr mo."Ing here from Malml! Delia Roberts. Thomas D. Mailer John II. Cordray,
Atkinson Mrs Herman J. Alt Mrs. James K. Splker.
man Mrs Charles L Drown, I Dundee

Mrs, Nettle Watson Mrs Leslr WatersEngaged ,

r/u 'l s s ecL t'Ife Mrs William Auburndsle L Wilson,

Master Ronald W. Harold
CoupleIs 1
Frostproof I I .
George L Buck,

Mrs Calvin 0 Pitt man. EntertainedAt
Mrs Aydo/n B Petty.
Haloes City
Herman B Peacock
Lake Wales Yacht Club

I Miss Charlotte D Filllnglm
J THlRSrMYS IHSMIUALA >K'nl.1 l III HlllltlUMIMt I" "/"

Winter Haven Mia Miry Ruth Stephenson to provide you with
Master Carlton D. BMsoeMr and her fiance. Peter Kilogrldla convenient Imnklnu ftitUUIuw:
Jesse V Bolin L W were' entertained recently .
Branson Robert II. Fubanks, I with s dinner party givenat Sow ces.
PRICESON Mrs. James Former Mrs. the Late Region Yacht and
STEAKSMorrison' John E Harrison Miss Wanda Country Club. (louts for the CHUCKINGIti
D. Hatcher RoUn Jlmmer vent were Mr and Mrs JoeK
*tteih_san>iticfa Mrs Hays, ..,. and Mrs Sidney
son R MacCalla
'uu In r Check Inu Account< *
quality cams tender good/iest SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12th 2:00: P.M. Mailer Clark A Mann, Ray I. Smith and Mix Margaret

...but it special low priced Motilnger. Mrs, Irene Pruner Smith HjKHliil I Chc'cklntr Account

Mrs. Robert J, Mllholland
A blur and color
3/4-LI flRUM STEAK green
spa. was used In the beautiful
$1.19 Helpful Hints table appointments 'h'/lul"r Hnvln/lw
C'Mr l-l man Club Huvlnu
FILET MIGNON STEAK ApproslmaUly. silly .u....

.79 Sponsored by rht Winter Hove Jaycees and mad possible Us non.glare glass on pie. enjoyed tilt event Cmrtltlositees of UI'IMI..1t ,

through the wholhortd support of the Greater Winter Ho,eMerchants. tares to retainMir effectiveness ., f

tf-t&CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK Wo /Invite tvtryone to otttiid end (join In the fun, when framed. LOANS t
Art any of the family Jewel
.49 4 Automobiles Freih high quality *ggsand lylftf Ml m the rfretsrr drawer liiHtallmtmtSPISCIAL .4rssrs.Mnrtlgssggu "I
Bicycle ( high In the frying pan .? On them out' shine themup hostsw
and do not flatten when broken and weir them Jewelry

EYEIT NIGHT 8 Washers, Dryers, Ranges Wall &: Door Mirrors from the shell rightt tyl... I,,wn I>" an to hnrioom'the pendant kick 1''rlllCulnl E.oan.

Weight watcher tlD munch watches e,f Grandma r day Also SIS II VICES
Console !Hi-Fi Paint on carrot strip. ceUry or cauliflower as \>4 it the return'' to notalgla <
PLATESIlvaNA7ee an low calorie, si ameo" ingi Hllftt Dt-IMMlt home

leaf asV Treve+li'r., Chwka
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Large Jewelry Typewriter

Fertilizer Spreaders Plants

otk i "A" A,o, N.W. fly A|>|M lntinemtI
s Furniture Tools "?ha Church Thai's

On Th. Co For Cod"
No Parking
Fishing Tackle Electric Floor Polisher tM


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Rev Oneness Billy OF JESUS II. Filth Tummond CHRIST Attend The Church Of Your Choice WESTWOOD:32nd And BAPTIST MISSIONARY Avenue GOld

Uth and Avenue M, NW Lakeland Road

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Ed WitDe)'. Pastor

11:00 a.m.Sun.. Worship 9:45 a.m -Sun. School
e.OO: p.m.-Y.P.C. Meeting 11:00 a.m-Morning Worship

7.00: pm.-Evangelistic Meet. LARRILKA THORNTON The Exchange E. N. HUDSON CO. 6:45: p.m-Training IMen

7.45: p.m.-Wed. Bible Study MATHER 8:00: p.m.-Evening WenldpMETHODIST

Eagle Like FURNITURE CO. Rev Robert Standtfer
Winltr hUv.n'i Finns
Rev. CameO Bruce Pastor 174 FMrrf $1 Furniture -. r 7 r---c1'I IT INSURANCE 11.00 a.m.-Worahtp
9.45: a.m.-Sun. School a Bidding C rp ti
"Horn .! School
rvntltur r Sun.
Quality oJ iC".1i&t Of 10:00: a.m.-
Drcptrlttn .1 IL
11:00: a.m.-Mornmg Wonhip. S.W o -
8 III W/ CetItNI / 6:00: m-Methodist Youth
7:00: p.m-Evangelistic: Serv Sob Sense .t Ave. J, N.W. .wtv* Winter Km ES'ATE"L Fellowship
Toes (ken* CT 4-2291
.... .
7-00 p.m.-Midweek service CT 1-0414 SOS Pope Ave. N.W. ....11I'-' DJ.C. NEEDS. 7:00: p.m.-Wed., Choir practice

INWOOD BETHEL 7:30: p.m.-Sec. Thurs. of each

ASSEMBLY OF GOD It's "Finqtr-Llckin1 Good" 4ft.." Services M tk. Ck.r bt month Women's Society of

The Rev. William D. Lee ...... T ,.., Ck.lc nil We Christian Service
.. 1L j %
4 Thun. Prayer
Pastor :n icoz ." RI 7:30: p m -
9:45: a.m.-Sun. School : p __ Meeting

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship i' BP.YMJR: ; MEMORIAL:

6:30: p.m.-Chriit Ambassadors :MKTHOniST
Service ... ..".".. .., \. Toe N, Lake Howard Drive
7:00: p.m.-Evanfiehstic Servo t.. ... Ret Len F.ing: Pastor
Wed.: *. ..11,1 "oM 11 110 a.m Morning Worship
and Praise f Methodist! Youth
7:00: p.m.-Prayer 5 30 p m -

Service 6th St., N.W. 294.2235 k? ?we rwhlr Phone 294-2989 Fellowship 7 :10 p.m,-Evening Worship

DUNDEE 730 p m.-Wed., Mid.Week
Highway 542 Service

Rev E. M. Davis r The nursery will be open for

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School all worship services

11:00: a.m.-Mmiitry of Word The !!J 'iiblix Market
7:30 p.m.-Evangeliitic Servo ST. JOHN'S METHODIST
Wed. URC" i' Gardens Roadat
: Family | North Oil* Cypress
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting / r i 1 ahopplng' .rSTARPRESS Lake Roy
DriveInHevMDle 'Ji7. Rev. William Tiffin Pastor
EAST SIDE /( xo "WhereJ 8:45 a.m.-Worship Service

Dundee Highway Lake Region 152 ll, f::l.J..' ,.Ay shopp.natd01 9:43 a.m.-Sunday School

Sub. Dlvlilon Pastor Is p.... /i/f .T I. ,'r J, +. .' I. A 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Paul Wood 1'.I
:/ I."u'" 5:30: p.m.-Methodist Youth
10:00: a.m. Sun. School : j .
"'-" .... Fellowship
Morning Worship
11:00: a.m.-
6:30: p.m.-Youth Service Rev.
Troy Hatmsker
7:30: p.m.-Enngell.Uc Serv. Third Street
7:45: p.m.-Thurs. Midweek ; 10:00 .
: a m.-Sun. School
) 11:0f'I: a.m.-Morning Worship

110 8th Street ,:: PRINTING 7.30: i.m.-E"ening Worship
P rd'
Leo Boswell Pastor a +' ee FIRST METHODIST
9.45: a.m.-Sun. School cIf1 t n1 BUSINESS Lake Alfred

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship e'4mltd r-' \N 'Church of The Lighted Cross"
7:00 p.m.-Evening Worship: :oi 1.e, INDUSTRY Rev. Darold N. Storm

I Tues.: GOVERNMENT 11:45: a.m.-Church School
: 1:30: p.m.-C. A. Meeting Tampa Electric Co. (AU Ages)

Wed.: # M' I Nursery class during Chrucb
7.30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting i eM d d.P'' A School

;, 11.00: a.m 'Vorship Service
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD r ,' .. ...<:,
TH' CHU"CHPO" ALL eY Nursery during Morning Worship .
Comer of Ave. G, 2nd SE ,' I.t." ,

Rev. Emerson Jones, Pastor CITIES SERVICE \ ;. M, 1 ALL TOR T CHVCNWI 1I'Nh"-- 5:00: p.m.-Youth Fellowship
sH 0 Tin Chuitli l 10 Uw_IMMIfour
10.00: a.m.-Sun. School -:, (Juniors Jr.
: dd ,\N w sons rrrlN MM- High Sr. High)
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship ,sic y .r / \ 7:30
/ : p.m.-Midweek
6:30: p.m.-Woman's Missionary 1m ast If 5 i ? 'wd +fond n :u t nor'tr.hlp"k nnnlu.l :,:."aa'/. MiMMilnmii r I 1-:nnHlrn Informal Bible Study Worship
Council NNd'at rd rMd .
n rhurck, n.llh.rcrary 6.30: pm.-Fellowship
7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv .h. buss o..a'e \'a son wirviTlMrt nor rtvlliMUon,tin four .L-L 1 1_t LLl I Last Fri. each month
Chriit Ambassadors ,
T:30pm.: mind r .MHU .hv ".ry
.Wed. COMPUTE FRONT, END |...M ihoild Mlml.mnlntrvfyUrly FREE METHODIST
ALIGNMLNT and supper thdiuich 2925 Lake lUred
7:30: p.m.-Midweek services 0.0.1. Tewn.snd a N. A. ens t Thy in ,III .:htomn DOWNTOWN SOUTHEAST PLAZA Road
testimonies, special prayer < soles CPI| Cor hn iildmilMki Rev Chadwlck Donnally, Pastor
ttk $', N.V.' CY J-1707 d> For tM' mk Rev. Marlam Donnally
of hn cammMflily and lutitMi
4)rar lh Rev Olin Luke Pastor .' : hk* nmk his imnlnd ; 9:45 a.m.-Sun. School
BANK OF > HMffi..1! Hivarl I I'Unlo % Nik. Ccimtf'sCHEVROLET" L..41..
Supt. 11:00
Virgil Pope |> to ctmnh rti 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Bible sod. Ywr ",hi. rt.'ill ,> DEALER 6.45: m.-Chrlstian Youth
Study LAKE ALFRED Crusaders

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship I'd, VOLUME SELLING 6:45: m.-Free Methodist

1:45: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic GOOD DEALS Youth

f. ;1rm o GOOD SERVICE 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service
7:45 p.m.-Prayer meeting .-., -- ::Jo..J Co1riahtiotKuioeA.ivue'I.inapkrTkuInc.rishurVlt l ; TRINITY METIIODIST
.' \ ... Chevrolet I Center CIIURCII .
BAPTISTDAVISTAB k..," ? Thursday Friday Saturday Rev. B. R. Blackburn. Pastor'
BAPTIST SundayDeuteronomy Monday TuesdayPsalms WednesdayPsalms Proverbs Zechariah Luke 110 "fk $,.. S.W. cy: 1.1141 9:45 a.m.-Sun. School
Pastor MEMBER F.D.I.C. Judges 11:00: am.-Morning Worship
Rev Lester E. Miller 10:38-41
7:6-11: 10:10-16: 17:1-9: 107:1-9: 7:1-5: 2:6-13: :
111.,. 17-N. of Bartow Air Base 1:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
10:00: a.m.-Sun. Sch 'ol Nursery available for Sun.

11:00 6:30:: p.m.a.m.--Training Morning Worship Union This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms School 6.30: m.-M.Y.F.and morning. worship.

7:45: p.m.-Evening Service FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

Wed.: THI rison's Your WINTER HAVEN Sixth St. at Ave. G.. N.W.
7:45: p.m.Prtver. Bible Study C..tr.1 ATTEND THE STO"r LAKE REGION BANK PLANING MILLS Rev. James R. Blackwood

DUNDEE c:: .. CHURCH OF YOUR 9 *. Cafeteria Of Commerce Rev. Robert Pastor
Hamrlck pastor Farrow Associate
Rev, James BC k A R v
l .line 1:30: a,m.-Worship Service
1:45: a.m.-Sunday School D; ::rn...' CHOICE SUNDAY @ T forDINNER M 1 9:45 a,m.-Sun. Church School
11:00: a.m-Morning Worship t ifj 11:00
Indse : am.-Morning Hour of
6:30: p.m.-Training Union Y Worship

1:30 7:30:: p.m.p.m--Choir Evening Practice Worship HOME OF City Drug Co. Thrifty City f: f..r Chuck -.- piM 8anA All Kind* .} lurldinMd.d.l. Presbyteers 7:00 p m.-Each Third Sun.,

Wed. QUALITY JIM SCOn. rS.rm.eltt 111 ttk Si, N.W. (U-411' W. Central A... L .son:='i: orn. 'SS Flesh \.lftln.i CT/ -1.2114 12:15 Noon. Each Fourth Mon.
7'30 p.m.-P r a yEAGLE er Meeting Women'a Association

11:30: p,m.-Each Second Tues.

10:00 Rev R.. W.Sun.Waterman School, Pastor James L. Knight Jr. Baptist ALLIANCE CHURCH II SCIENTIST I OF LATTER DAY SALVTS OF GOD 7-30: p.m.-Each Wed. October
a m.
11:00: I.m.-Preachin- 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School 1800 Sixth Street NW Rev. G. Blair McGarvey I Ave. L, Near Sixth St., NW (Mormon) Rev. J. G. Williams, Pastor June Mid-wk Chapel Service
Worship W. Fred Schopke Jr., S.S. Supt. 11:00: a.m.-Sun. School pupilsup 1958: till Street. SE 10:00
6:15: p,m.-Training Union. 10:45 s.m.-Morning : a.m.-Sun. School HOPE PRESBYTERIAN i
School to 20 .ears of Elder D. L. Brinkerhoff, Bishop
9 45 m.-Sun. age
: a
7:30 Preaching Service 6:45: p.m.-Training Union School 11:00: am.-Morning Worship Cypress Gardens !
: p m.- 9:45 a.m.- 11:00: a.m.-Church Services Road
7:45 p.m.-Evening Worship 10:45: a-Morning Worship 8:30 a m.-Priesthood 7:00: p,m.-Evening Worship
at Lake
FIRST-OF ELOISE 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 8:30 Youth 8,00 p.m.-Wed., Testimony Ina
Wed.: : p m. Groups 9 30 a.m.-Tues. Relief Society 7.30: p,m.-Tuei.Prayer Meet. Rev William II.
Rev Walter E. Matheny, 7:30 p.m.-rrayer ServiceIIAVENDAI.E 6,45 p.-Training Union 1:30: p,m.-Adult Bible Study Meeting 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 7.30: p.m.-Fri., Young Peo 1:45: a.m.-Sun.Downey.Church Pastor School i

Pastor 1:30: p.-Evening Service 7.30: / m.-Evangeliitic. : Serv. The Reading Room Is located 6.00 p.m.-Sacrament MeetingNo ple's Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning !
11:00: am.-Morning Worship mWed Prayer Wed.: at Ave. B and 2nd St., NW. evening drat Sun
1:30: meeting 5:30 .
: m Junior Senior
6.30: p,m.-Training Union Rev Cecil Peacock Pastor Meeting;; 7.30: p.m.-I lour of Power CHURCH OF GOD of each month. JEIIOVAII'S WITNESSES Youth p High :

7:45: pm.-Evening Evangelistic 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School prayer Wed.: KINGDOM! lULL groups
Service Avenue E, 7th Street, SW : pm.-Mon.. Girl Scout I
11:00: a.m.-Worship RIFLE RANGE 7.30: m.-K.I.A. 2211 28th Street
i CATHOLIC Rev Melvin A. Glfford W. Troup No. 33 !
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Service 7:00: p.m.-Training Union Thurs.:
Wed. Wor.hipT:30 (Independent : ST. JOSEPH 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 4:30 eon: p.m.-Sun., Public talks 6.45: p.m.-Second Tu..., Men'a
1:30 :
: -Primaries Children
7.15 I
R. Dale Simpson, Pastor 11:00: a.m. Morning : pm.-Sun. "Watchtower" Dinner
Bible Study Wed. Prayer Meet. The Rev. Matthew J. Connolly Worship
7:45 -
m.-Prayer -
: p.m. IP 00 a.m.-Sun. School Pastor 7:00: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. TEMPLE EMANUELLAKELAND 1:00: p.m.Tues., "Your Will Be 7.00: a.m.-'Ved.-Men'i Break.

FIRST-OF LAKE ALFRED FIRST-OF WINTER HAVEN 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Avenue M and tin. NW Wed.: Done on Earth" Study fist

, 0. Charles Horton, Pastor Rev. Albert Csrnelt. Tailor 7.30: p.m.-Evening Worship Sun MaiSfS:-7:30. 9:00. 11:00: 7:30: p,m.-Young People'a S. Lake Ilollingswortb Dr. School 7.TO pm.Thurs.. Ministry 1:00: m.-Wed.. Choir Re.
9.45: a,m.-Sun. School. Wed.: Holy Day Masses Service hearsal
Morning Worship 00
1:30: a m.- : Irwin Rabbi
11:00 Morning Worship. Meeting Cutler 1:30: p.m.-Thurs., Serv. Meet. 7:00: p.rn.-Thurs.
: a m.- '::45 a.m.-Sun. School 7:30: p.m.-Prayer 7.00: p.m.Fint Sal: 10.00 a.m.-Sun. School I Boy Scout
6:15: am.-Training Union. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Fr. Masses-7;:00 a,m. 1:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Fri. I oo p.m.-Evening Serv. GRACE LUTHERIN Troop No. 565

7:30: m.-Evenlng Worship. 6:45: p.m.-Training Union FIRST CHRISTIAN Weekday Masses:-7 a.m. Sat. 10 00 a.m.-Morning Serv. 4th and Anne C, SE TIlE SALVATION ARVYnd
Wed.s 1:00 p.m.-Ev'log Worship (Disciples of Christ) Confessions.:-Sat.: Eve of Holy WEST WINTER IUVE.N Rev Allad Bernthal St. and Ave. T, NW
7:45: p.m. Bible Study Prayer. Wed.: Rev. "James N. Barnett Pastor Day: 4:00: to 00-7:30: : to 1:30: 34th Street NWA. ST PAUL'S EPISCOPAL 9.15: am.-Sun. School Pastor Captain W. Whittle

FIRST-OF INWOODRev. 1.30: p.m.-Mid.wefk Prayer 9.30 a.m.-Bible School I. Duncan, Pastor Seventh Street &. %ve. L, NW 9::15 a,m.-Adult Bible Class Officer .la Charge
J. W. Campbell Pastor 10:45: a.m.-Morning Worship EAGLE LARKCIIURCII 10.00 a m.-Sun. School. Rev. Cyril N. Sturrup, Rector 10:30: a m.-Service of Worship 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School
9.41: m.-Sim. School SOUTH SIDE Nursery OF CHRIST 11:00: a.m.Morning Worship Rev C Lee Gilbertson Curate HOLY COMMUNION 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

11:00: rn.-Morning Worship R. II. Malcolm Pastor 10:45 a.m.-Junior Church (forages L. B. Chastaln. Minister 7:00: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic 1:30: a m. Holy Eucharist First Sun. Each Month 1:45: p.m.-Young Peoples Legion .
Cowden S.S. Supt. 4 through .1)) 10:00 Bible Study
11:45: m.-Tranlng! Union Burner : a m.- 9:15 t TELE'ISIOS"nns
: a Morning Prayer
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L B. Omstrert. Wed.: :
Wed.1:00' m.-Mld.week prayer Corner of Recker Illfhwsy Sad 39M Lake llavrndale Blue Dr.Blvd.NW 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: m.-Prayer Service Holy Eucharist SEVENTH DIY ADVENTIST
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r Blue Devillntra-Squarl Scrimmage TonightBy Dawn Brings Orioles Clobber

Ticket LineupSeason
BOB HAVILAND quer. And if one line has more furious, not necessarily because swine action this year. Duncan for the While Team and Washington
Sport Editor of this than the other, the evidence of site, but becarse each play. The' DevUmen are well heeled Harvey Sellgmin for the Blue ticket holders, some ,
The Blue Team in tonights will be In the statisticsand er is battling for a starting In the tailback department Team. Seltcmen I* In hie first 1000 strong, are expected to
Winter Haven Blue Devil In. on the Scoreboard berth in the season's opener at with Hire seniors EH Tuttt year here as an assistant eoaehNOIAILE march forth upon Winter Haven .
tra-squad football game will Here is how the two lines will Auburndale next Friday 076), Jim Myers (leg), and Bill High School tomorrow Leading AmericanBy
average 192 pounds from tackle shape up tonight The Blues Murrell Oil. morning! in quest of football
to tackle Quite Impressive fora have senior Chuck Faist ((1 0) And the contest for starting Head coach Calvin Triplet LINEUP tickets for the Blue DflVlI-
prep offensive line. at center, senior Jim Alderman Jobs filters on down through the has) no problem at halfback, at Bloodhound game to be played
But this unit might be con (161)) and Jerry Hill ((113)) tend ends to thebaekfield Junior left least not In terms of number. Wile Blue at Auburndale next Friday FRED DOWN
sldered midget when compared as guards, and Junior Bob the George Davis (186)) holds Twelve are listed The five most LE Davie Dlx UPI Sports Writer
advantage over junior Mike
exodus Is expected to
to the forward wall of White Bentley S3)) and senior Mac likely to carry the load are The
Dix (155) but at right end seniors seniors Gary McDaniel (166) LT Luttrell Stewart begin about 6am. althoughthe The Ikltimore Orioles know everything going
Team behemoths The inside Stewart (245) as tackles Bill Hughes (167)) and Dwaync and Ronnie Booth (150), and LG MrKibOOn J. Alderman first ticket will not be sold their way when they stage an eight run inning and
line of this group averages 205, In action for the White will Dees C Duncan
(183). Junior Jlmbo Hollo Faint .
a 13.pound advantage per man be junior Jim Duncan ((190) at way (165), and 187-pound sophomore Scott Juniors 04)Mike, and Page Larry(ISO)Peacock, Randy RG Barton IMlRT until. Because 8 clock tomorrow of the limited mornIng score a run on a triple play in the HIM game.
over the Blues center, Junior Jeff McKibben the next best thingto
Tommy Hart are in (I1S). Defensive halfbacks are DIxon Bentley number of reserved seat tickets An eight-run inning
Of course one of the axioms (176) and senior David Barton the thick of It. seniors George Miller 060), RE Hulloway Dees available ((000)). a long line of having the opposition play the game with no out.
in football is that size alone (200)) and
i as guards, seniors The quarterback will be one QB Anderson Hough
Bert Cerber (145)) and Steve customer i expected to form
oesn't win many games Needed Don Dixon (246)) and George of two Juniors, Rick Anderson Barnes (165X! UI Page McDanielRH shortly after* daybreak fielders. And scoring a run on a triple play'hv,

along with mass is mobility LuttreU (212) as tackles (07 75) or Jimmy Hough (ISO), Coaches for tonight's game Miller Peacock that the next bust thing to being given four putouts
nd the insatiable desire to con Tonights line play should be Senior Jerry Whit(140))will see arc Linus Bridges and Bill FB Myers Tuttleij Jack Deedrlck, high: school I" an Inning.
athletic director who will square The Orioles accomplished
off against his excited customers both Thursday night when they eighth loss. Hansens lam!
has laid down some ground clobbered the Washington Sen winning blow climaxed a brilliant -
[Americans To Face Aussies rules for the ticket scramble story 12-5 to maintain their one day during which he han
game American League lead died 13 chances In the field
1. Form an orderly line In over the Chlago White Sox and Kaat homer accounted for the

front of the high school gym their lit Rime margin over the Twins run.Elston .
In National Championship There will be no saving of a New fork Yankees The White Howard hit a three

place in the line Each person Sox nipped the Minnesota run homer and Joe Pepitone a

1 FOREST HILLS, N. Y (UPI) with straight set victories. r get at the end of the line a* Twin 21 and the Yankee cob homer to lead the Yanks,.,
-A preview of the Davis Cup he arrives No tickets will be downed the Detroit Tigers M AL Downing to his 12th winagainst
Challenge Round between the Chuck outslugged lefthander sold to those butting Into the The Orioles' victory over the seven losses AI Kaline

United States and Australia Is Roger Taylor of England line Senators war what the! ballplayers hit his 14th homer of the year
ming up today and Saturday 13.11, 97 61 Emerson had Just Z No person will be permltt call a "laugher"-they for the Tigers but It wasn't
i the National Tennis Champ! as much of a scramble againrt ed to buy more ticket than laughed through It from beginning enough to prevent Hank Aguirre
ships.. 19.year-old Tony Roche left he purchased season tickets In to end from suffering hi ninth setback.

1 Today, it* Dennis Ralston of handed Aussie junior champ, his name. If there Is any doubt They tagged Frank Kreutier
[Sakersfield Calif., vs Fred before pulling it out 13.11, 8-11. the rest chart will be checked for two quick runs In the tec.
Stolle, Australia's two.time runnerup 62 If any Individual keys to purchase oral Inning and then erupted
at Wimbledon more than was In his against Sieve Itldtik for the big
t Saturday, Chuck McKinley of Carol Hanks of St. Louis the name. no tickets will be sold to eight in the fourth. Twelve batten .
San Antonio, Tex against leading upsetter In the women's 4 ?. him and he must go bark to the went to the plate with
[ goes
division, gained the semifinals end of the line
Brooks Robinson driving In two
Wimbledon champ Roy Emerson -
Thursday along with defending These rules might .
of Australia. runs with a base filled single
[ champ Maria Bueno of Brazil. childish but Decdrlck has
and Sam Bowens clouting a
Those i four hold the fate of !
Rile most prized trophy in ten. Carol, winner In the second Teamed from past experiencethey three-run homer. Robinson had

[!Its when they clash at Cleve round over fourth.seeded Leslie c5fEs Reserved are necensary four hits and Bowens had a O1&rnrTi4i1
tickets for the Au.
hand In the Challenge Round Turner of Australia, eliminatedsixth homer and a double! to lead the'
litter this month and right now .seeded Ann Haydon Jonerof game cost $2 Orioles 17 hit attack
There will be plenty of adult
I they're all scrambling for the England a 1961 finalist, 7.5, The Orioles accomplished the
general ticket for
of scoring a run on a
I individual glory that with 86 and'met't.
[the American championship.The goes Saturday.Miss 26 Marls on _'lL ___\\j.J.I, ; -""- "'.,-....."'......_.......' ;'..4._..___ --- 11.50 1 .and student tickets for 50cents triple play In the fifth when

Ralston Stolle winneres WHITE TEAM DUO This tackle .guard combination,Don Dlxon and David Barton, weighsIn Robinson grounded to shortstop
Reserved seat tickets for all
in a semifinal Saturday Bueno overcame a 1-4 at 256 and 200, respectively TheyarJust two of a Whit Team line that averages 205 pound John Kennedy with the base
J against the winner of a match first set deficit to trounce tackle to tackle set to play the Blue Team in tonight's Blue Devil Intrs-squad scrimmage at other out of town game will be Mli. 'd. Kennedy threw to second
Robyn Ebbern of Australia, 6.4. Staff sold on Monday the week of the baseman Don Blaslngame for
I between defending champ Memorial Stadium. ( photo) .
[Rafael Osuna of Mexico and 61, as she continued her bid to game unless otherwise announced one out and Blaslngame relay .
[* itain'a Mike Sangster also add a third U. S. title to her to first doubled Robinsonfor

I scheduled today. three Wimbledon crowns. Pro Gridiron 1 Record Double I the second out, ai the run
IcKinley and Emerson made Teams ncr from third cored
Today's quarterfinals match | ORIOIISGrT: : PITUIfRS
1 I to the semifinals Thursday Pays $17 ,726 When Luis Aparicio tried to
Karen Hantze Susman of San BALTIMORE (UPI) The "Inl'ak" home from third, Joe
, LWH Diego, Calif., v*. Carole Caldwell NEW: YORK (UP) A 22 Baltimore Orioles I Thursday Cunningham fired to catcherMike
: Skeel Club Graebner of Beachwood, Kickoff year-old newlywed who works bought rlghthamled relief pitcher Drum Icy to complete the

[To Hold Ohio, and Billie Jean Moffitt of This Weekend as a $7}"a,week draftsman by Ken Row from the Us Angeles first triple play of the AL season ,
Shool Long Beach Calif., vs Nancy day and goes to school at night Dodgers for a figure In Milt Pappas yielded nine

t Winter Haven Skeet andjTrap Richey of Dallas Bv MARTIN IADFR warm reception from the paying tndty cashed a world record excess of the $20000 waiver hiU, Including homers by Don
Club will hold a regis UPI pf'rh'rlt.er public both the National $17272680 twin double ticket price and a minor league player Zlmmrr an I Jim King, to post
jjrred trap shoot this Sunday Sailing Regatta Professional football will de Football League and the Arncr. and promptly announced he i to be named later his 15th win of the season be
The shoot will start at noon fy the weather and the tight Icon Football Leagues will pre going to buy a house for hit hind the brisk attack 1
Slated SundayThe pennant races in baseball to sent a full,chedule of activity t-rlde U.S.) WOMEN WINBERK11AMPSTED Ron Hsnsen hit his 17th home !
Claim its full share of spectator during the next two days. The taco present of all came England run of the season In the top of .
first annual, Banyan attention when it kicks off The St Louis Cardinals, 41 i onths after the wedding (UI'I) The touring United the 10th to give Whit Sox relief "L J\'I.\ in
frts. Last on the shooting. Beach Sunfish Sailing Regatta the reguhr 1964 season this picket! In a pre.season survey for( Robert Froner of Brooklyn, States women s lacrosse team star Iloyt Wllhelm his ninth IIJ'N.110'R.IIWNT
[schedule will be 25 pr. doufcles will be held Sunday begin weekend to win the Eastern Division N.Y when he struck gold with Thursday trounced an England victory and deal 16 game winner WN tOUTMtOST aarai

timg at 1 p.m. Armed with guarantees of title and the improving Dallas a 4188 combination on the selection, 13.5. ,Jim Rut t>f the Twin his
All shooters and the public
The small sailing craft will rich television! receipt and a Cowboys will gel a Jump on the Hlxth, seventh eighth and ninth
a invited to take part. The
e races at Roosevelt' Riceway In
and rest of the National Leagu
ejub:/ is located off the Haven- compete on Lake Spring Weslbury L I Thursday night,.
Delias Saturday
when meet at
Mirror Lake in northwest they -
dale Blvd.. next to Gilbert From'r't payoff topped( the previouj .
'Airfield.. Winter Haven Packers Cards The night American League hu world record of $132.232..

e two games tinted the same 80 set April 28 at Roosevelt.
night with the Houston Oiler when seven wealthy businessmen

visiting the San Diego Char,. from New Jersey shared I Ifist.
Voted TwoNEW i
Top en and the Denver Broncos in the payoff "
to enjoy
We re going
cl: thing with the Jets al New
beamed the slim dark haired
of rromr. who presented the winnr
The first game
Green Bay Packers with Golden \ will be ticket with his wife, Marl
the new campaign
Boy Paul Ilornung bark in when the NFL at his side only a few minute
played Sunday
harness and the explosive St champion Chicago Bear visit after the giant Roosevelt Raceway -
Louis Cardinals were selectedas tote board announced his
the divisional winners In the Green Bay. Chicago handed good fortune to a crowd of 22 -
the Packers their only two defeats "
A GAME! 1964 National Football League of 1963, but this time 189 .

season race today survey in a nationwide conducted pre by around Green Bay I I. fortifiedby
the return of Paul Ilornung
United Press International 110 Boys
Another player who can
Green Western Division
...... tillist from 196062 but secondto mean the difference between For Aub. EaglesOver
success and future to hi* team
N I the Chicago Bears Fast year
... will receive an Important test 110 boys reported for
..... -- ... when Ilornung was under su* York
\ Sunday when the .
the first day of light workouts
I pension, was a near unanimous
s N Giants visit the f'hiladt'lphiataglel. .
for the Auburndale Eagles
choice: to dethrone! the Bear .
V this season The Packers were : Junior high football team
\ v named first on 38 ballots and Tuesday
second by the four other selector Junior Net Club Coach Jim Stone, formerlyof

*. Winter Haven Denlson, reported \
YOU COME IN AND TELL Meets TomorrowAfter : :
The competition appear to be 111 seventh eighth, -J $ / ii
US YOU DON'T WANT TO much stiffer in the East where being Inactive during and ninth graders were ores. ,

BUY A SIMCA. St Louis edged the Cleveland the summer month the Winter ent for the light running

Browns by six point and the Haven Junior Tennis Club drills \
New York Giants, bidding fora will meet tomorrow morning Stone said the squad will be ..

fourth straight divisional at ':00 at the local City Ten cut into two teams a sv
I\ crown under Alli Sherman nit Courts with and eight grad squad

: ; were relegated to a third.place Ann Portlock club presl and a ninth grade squad
finish dent urged all members to be The Eagles will play its season .

Three sportswriters from present to make plans for the opener on Oct 3 against
each of the 14 league cities last club tournament of the Lake Wale at the Citrus
: : tJ participated In the survey fort 1M4! season Regardless of Bowl. They will meet Denlson

:PI, selecting the order of fin rain this meeting will be held. on Ort I In a night lame at ''Ja
lib as they saw It In Ole Eastern Anyone interested In participating the Citrus Bowl. /

and Western divisions I 11 welcome to Join Stone coached Denlson to a
Points were awarded on a ba the group of local tennis enthusissts 1-1 record last year including VICWc2
We'll tell you that you should sis of 7 6-14 2-11 for votes from Age participation I 124 win over the Eagles.

first to seventh place Includes those 18 yean of age Stone I I. assisted by Ken Y
YOU TELL US On this system Green Bay and under. HoodWecom.
IT'S TOO SMALL.We'll received 290 of a possible 294
point Only one writer saw the

show you it holds: 5 people Bears making a successful d*. t / to Pine, Gardens ,
tense of their title while the 'tic. "" 1 1I
YOU TELL US Baltimore Colts got three first -: : ] -:: +4'

YOU WANT IEUABIUTY. place ballots Nevertheless, Chi a. the wonderful I colored pipers you
sago managed to nip Baltimorefor

Well tell you the SIMCA the runnemp sport with a r"THE un ute to give specie! impact to
u warranted for 5 full years total of 2M point. to 207 for the '',

or 50.000 mile by Colts tI. order
Chrysler Motor Corp. The order of finish after the ": i your you
top three was the Detroit Uomwfcfe r e SP
189 points the MinaesotsVnktegj INFERNO'S"Friday from the .
YOU TELL US in). the Los Angeles

YOU CAN'T AffOID IT.W'll Rams lit) and the San. Francis Nile Dance 8 to 12 P.M.
e* Forty N JIC'I(54)_ ) fIi!.,,
how you how easy ,

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Ave A. t 6th St.. SW 293-&G94 FOR EASY quick carpet cleaningrent Air conditioned Excellent
I $10.00 COMPLETE Floyd Ro'berts 27'Si-PL :i.1 ElectrIc Shampooer. only location MOVE IN NOW! If you have $85.00

((4)) Lost & FoundLOST WHEEL CHAIRS II.00 per day with purchaae of Blue CYPRESS GARDENSAPARTMENTS and want to move In a I boodroom.
Luetre. John Boland Hardware,. (-.11IIA block home with payment of ISO a
"Cont.ln. a peclal. agent that condition I MotorsYour CY "1143 month Call

Small female Pointer Bird WHEEL CHAIRS for rent AleoHoailtal ( I ) For Rent Unf. 2-BEPROOM-------- DUPLEX-- --- A CO. 294-11J3
CARLTON SOUTHEAST Dot-. Dark brown ipotted Collar "Dodfe" Dealer lied. Crutches. Walker. Nltea It. Wkend 2934611
Beach Pock. No CY 3-9713
BEAUTY SALON h. Semi Unlije LhapiiRKua. Bon 1(16(N.Y.WhipKirwill Call 221 6th SI, SW CY 341(1 TRIMMING. CAVITY DhMOSS Cmimodea. I1OOlr.,'* Rental. CY 1592 11th St. NE p.u. 3O.TF 1013
12411 ITS Ave A. NW. 18-TF
/ii. INU CAIiLINU M. 8HTT1NOComplete ----
SOUTHEAST I'I.AZAOpen Malone :28311164. 11T 1013 DUPLEX APTS. I
cl..nul' I>ree iuitintate FURNISHED 1 room duplex. ,
Eves. -- CM CY H6J9 LOST Friday. Sept 4. Man Call ltIKfc.8 'jRkE: HrRVlcB; FOR RENTI Adult.. No pole Excellent nelirhborhood -I OPEN HOUSE
ehell. and cold rimmed glae CLEAN '60 American Rambler 4- CY 3RJJ6 U-Solt' 13 VACUUM CLEANERS CY 1-4806 or CY 1-3654 ,

WOULD like man to help m. drive REWARD. CY 8-4044 8-11 dour ordinal pulnl R/H/ AT. Br Lk-front ISO Mo. L. Silver Dr.I 17-TF

to Minneapolis or Chicago Refernc ( cyl FKcellent ga mil*'age. 1600 Br Lakevlew '50 Mo Ave. U NE LAKE ELOISE

.. 421-3971 Lak Hamilton t11Brtngle't LOST Child pet 8 me nth* old CY--1-8171-- ---- -10-13-- FIRE EXTINGUbHER ARTS BtRVICt! for K,rby. 1 Br Uk.vlew 160 Mo. Ave. L. NEMIKE RENTALS'

Black French poodle puppy with FOR SALE 19112 Plymouth. Hoover ElMtrulux and all other. Punished UnfuraliihedE ESTATESONLY
poodle cut Aniwen to "CricketItrayed ". Ch'.I' I'hone 293-358t after 1 lieu i..rkiiii. delivery and eatlmate. MAISANO 8UTCLIFFE REALTOR'
1'.T'1' HIYNOI.VS VACUUM CI.JAN' CY 4-4131 Eve. CT 1-7213
North FIRE
Saturday vicinity KXTINl.UISIIER SAI.ES 1200 LAKE SILVER DR.
tn P TTF-
Jewelry late Shopping Center Reward After -- ------------ ----- SMtVlc COJ charKliiK 8072flth
SIlO p m 293-8692 8.11 94 IMPALA 8u|>er Sport 409 4 St.. NW Winter Haven HH29J lOct I 2ND FLOOR I
111 Third Btr..t. 8W on the floor W/W Radio 2 -1367. 24 llr S-rvic. J-TJT CY 3-7465 222 7th Street NW Fumlnhed 1 I 3 Bedroom, 2 Both, Large Living
H Block Booth of Foal Office lieaker, tinted wlndnhleld CY bedroom home t:5'N!: Reailey:: Realty)
LOST Fox Terrier black with I-I4J3. -15 AUTO SERVICE 18- Co (34 6th CY. 127678TF. room and Open porch 1016
Quality Watch aad ---- - -
hoit lower Jew. b.ok'n tall An ---- ------ REWEAVINGBurne Edgewater Drive SE.
Jewelry\ Repair owen* to 'Terrle. 2934936 1114 1964 GRAND PRIX Pontiac All home 200 Av*. M
blue. NW, Call SUTCflFFE Realtor:
ixwer factory air Navy i. .
white top In new condltlin Will DODGE- CY 4-4131 or CY 1-7213. ._ 26-TF ((13)) Real l Estate For Sale 95 feet on the water and 170
ccnnldnr older In trade Coil Aulh. par factory
17 Sept. 17 ((5)) House Trailers Moth II ilea Tear
k I'Y 1.6473 or CY 3-6710. 11-T(' Expertly- Re .Ch 'yiler Plymouth .Lancer 1 BEDROOM houiie Ill Ird

g KEEP your .ervtceman In touch SMAKTT8' R -W' Xvha .Valiant St Jan-I'hyl (90 mo At her!on IT'S A HARDSHIP No Closing Cost or qualifying:
Ml IMPALA with '
convertible Red SERVICE FLOYD RuHrRlS MOTORS Realty S4: W Central CY 4-82R41TF
ending with all him the Hometown the Winter New Hav.nr by LOTS FOR RENT white. t"" new lire*. R/ll A.T. 6J3 I'OPE AVE. CY S.375 t Ml Sloth Si, SW 29J-4101i7be small down payment

Dally Newe-Chlef I Special ratee Want convenient mobile home llv Real Sharp Hrlr. 1147500 Phnnn etabllnhed 1841 .it 17 to be transferred but It Is a

1 month 13.30. Call CY Mm no.I .. Inll" Move to Lake Parker Trailer :293.I96J. 1-11 111-8oo1't. 18 BEDROOM DUPLFX Kitchen calamity to have to leave this Located 01Bil Lake Eloise
' Villa Free of --- -
charge We pay all iiulped| ISO Ave J. SE. 16000
.TF.IA expeniei Big: lot*. private dock, CHEVROLET: Del.Air. Power month or weekly Phone 291-3491 lovely Winer Haven home. A across from Cypress Gardens

fliihlng 1 boating. automatic launder- OllJe laud mechanical condition MARINE SUPPLIES en spacious convenient 312'mod..
mat recreation. few minute to !276/ 00. CY 4-395 4-11 BUILDING REPAIRS CALL
(I ) !Instruction Bear Town Children and pet ---- -- -- BEDROOM hnuae at 2407H Ave. ern home on a lake drive cor

welcome Phone 682-4632: Lakeland 9li7 Ford FORD.A.Matte 4-dnor. R/H Falrlane 3toni palnt NW Murlm. ActHMirlie CLOSE OUT. ('. SW. .S6W a month Phone ner lot in NW section. It will Carlton Dorr, Realtor
lOct I
(lund rendition Bargain for |4fiO. Fur mnull repair Jolla call retired tll'Io(i DlNCount on all 293-16)2-!) -dan--only -l -TF be a good break for any familyto Terra Firma Real Estate
MEN I95T HOUSE 36. CY 114J3: 11.TFWl ,., ,.Mortal while la it
TRAIIER t x builder they UNFURNISHED bedroom houae secure this fine home. Super. 100 Cypress Gardens Road
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GET A MAN'S JOB um 1-bedroom awning lull and bath ncretned with alumln porchPriced CADIL.1.AC Sedan 1395 Ml. CY 3-3470 FLORIDA W1IOLESALEDISTRIbUTORS. water heater 1381 Fairfax St. NE.. ior neighborhood. Ducted heat Phone 2044207
INC $411 00 month CY 1 5893 6 11IIIEDROOM
1(4.11 P.S equipped for air con. vs-Tb
right 294-2161 f 11 or cold (4 tan). L. First Fed. 3,4.6,S.10,11,13iniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniHiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiium
dlllonlnK New battery :2D3-854A JIH7 lUvvnilale Blvd :J93-78JO:
OPERATING. BulldoEor. Grad..... 10-13 e-Beut. I 2 bath brick home financed. To be shown by appointment -

Dragline. Backhoe" Be rap*re. (|5-A) Moving & Storage -- PIANO SERVICE b illt-In kitchen 'Wl8.e.r oH. with Sue or N. L. at
tarn: Top Wage. We will train you 1953 FORD VIC"TORIA. CalICY Silo 2lHl St NW CY 11-14

en our equipment In Florida Re... 1.381. 10.13 CAMPING TRAILERS i I TO SETTLE 1
--- ----- VAN DUYNE
dent VA approved Write to
ASSOCIATED IMPERIAL MOVINO a 8TORAOK BPEFDOMhTrR: Tachometer /oal'e'1 tu..lnll and ..pair 1 ((12)) For Rent Furn. ESTATE
HEAVY LWUPMLNT SCHOOLS Prompt and ef fit lent ,''rvlc* for c mrl"r ecrvlre and new cabin: CY 2Hl603 Real Estate & Ins. I I|
4411 W KtNNLDY: BLVD all your moving need Call L 16B 61 h St, tlW I

Fh. S-7M07I. Tampa. Fla t.Y t 4196 for free eatlmate*. Agent CY "' ::161. 1TF 30.&'pt. 3U OZ Y I IIOIHH a APARTMENTS ITS W. Central 93-4114 | Completely Furnished =
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fir Atl>* Van Line Ino. lervlnj
-17 all i M Hate. 14-TF FURNISHED; A UNFURNISHED 1013
(8-A) Business Property DAILY ADVERTISING /fAMPER P jOOO: A Up I Charming In every way,
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1 E t'r-i! :rI-S'.Tr: :, 'wjGE' ESTATE I i this two bedroom home
4 CAREER IN REAL ESTATEBroker __ E SB CY 4-1119. 24-Sept. 17LFAN
((6)[ ) Special Services JETS RESt'LTSTRY -
--- -- True | located at 781 Ave. H, NE
STORE FOR RENT ? TIlE: BEST ( trailer, Adult Only
& Salesman Claises TilE LOW COST 8ale B>'nlc" Rentals Mid.Lnkee Mobile Home Park deserves your Immediate

UsginningTuesday CUSTOM MADR: DRAPES AND 1.(1O( Sq Fl. 81h St. NW .rro. rUltUA! WHULL8ALG; U1ST toe Th,.,rnhlll and Spirit Lake Road. | attention
293 3276. 23TVPIJRNISIIF.Dapsrtmentu
15th ALT*:RATIONS Blind ditched. front Ban Marc Re.taurant. SERVICE DIRECTORY tUtemlalr llhil 293-7BJO: BLakeview
Sept. TF
modern equliment Sib o Hickory 14' torrent. | Beautifully landscaped &

7:00: P.M. NW CY 1-71)56) Mr: *.. Edna Rehujeer lOcl I. MIKE MAISANO - ...rI' - J. O Hart hone WO 73381 1 immaculate throughout,

Haven Hotel CY 3-7465 - - - 30'Sept, 30
_ _____ I | the home II completely
Uceiued Guaranteed Winter Haven Drafting Co. 18.TF Facing the thorn of Lake Roy I U

PADGETT All typea: ; Commercial Drafting 1 AResidential ---- -- -- ((10)) Articles For Sale I ((10)) Articles For Sale (.rNTLEMFN Reaaonable Sierra Room Court by Motel week. I with lake access on the chain i i furnished and, lawn equipment.including TV To

Satlefactlon ,IIA..nl..dPr..n Hw> 17 North. 7 TF This beautiful well kept 2 bed ?
Rental this val.
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL III<1a. CY 4.1423: Office I ---- -- ------ see outstanding

Phone CY J-0801 3TIWInter I'' BED ItEIRII1ERATORS TV i iI ...1.. CLEAN well furnlehed du- room 2 bath, 2 car carport, | ue call
__ __ Modern & Miscellaneous 1 room U
n room all electric kitchen
-IT MODERN 3 paneled air condi- I 'clrlr or ga rangei 1995 and |1,1.a In quiet neighborhood Air'' ,
Haven Floor Surfacing CSatlnfattlon up" WARMUiUSt: URMlTLHfc. conditioned Utility room. Carporte I has many features You'11 I I PAUL SMITH
GuaranteedL tloned office. Suitable for pro- Merchandise Auction 511 bIb Bt. NW. 6-1)
A. MOUTZ eislonal accountants, Adult Reference .No pete.. 10-13 745 love it when, you see it. Owner Evenings CY 3002
men Lake Jessie Dr. CY 4 2608
((2)) Help Wonted 116 8. Flint St. Phone CY 4-1011(6A i:\191 lawyers, finance etc Ample Friday nite & Every Friday site FREE ARrtANUlVi In your van. ---- ----- -- I moving North & will sell below J
or ouri Pay only for malertnie.Viol bedroom home. completely furn-
parking in rear Located at 239 the Permamml Flower De l.hed 19000 per month Immediate his cost Only $21500 1 TOWN COUNt !

Third St. SW across from Ei Baxla's Auction Gallerie ,.uctnt'nt VILLA' 8 VI LI. A U t! occupancy CY '. 1114 I Terms if deelred.Basley : L
([ ) Animals & Supplies SOUTH AST: PLAZA. ISSeit ii
change Bank parking lot 426s Ilwy n W, Lakeland .. RN1SHFD bedroom with kitchen l277Magnoli. [

Phone: MU 69033 USED aewlng maihlne clearance Ue and bath. Utllttle fumlihed Realty Co. | a. 3nimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiH- :1ff@nli'@U@W1 L

EXTERMINATING (;0. HORSES Call Owner while they laet Sewing MaohlniEichange .. at IUOU per week Call CY 3-53 134 4th M", NW CY 1-2717

has Immediate opening for outside 41 6th St. NW. 299-8M": )
QUALITY reconditioned m.n' work 5TVFOR 40 -11-
salesman No experience Mare Colt Gelding' CY 4-2444 uniform Nol nre-arkaxml See -. -- --- BEDROOM apartment within
Stalllin Filly what von buy. All uses and colon .u y walking dlatanee to downtown
necessary we train. BENE. Several Appalooaa Coll 2124 II 00 per suit 615 Arlana Ave SALE Admiral Refrliterator Nice location 11600 weekly.

FITS INCLUDE: (1) Cuarajv Aubumdal Arrou from Cuntlnen In working condition 130: 00 Aim Including water 293 WS4! or 2113- W
FOR SALE tat can Co. 11-TF
teed commission JO" boy bike. H 00 2113-474.. Ml -
Salary plul
-- -- ---
plus car allowance, (2) Permanent Mike Maliano 12UO Lake Silver Dr ((9)) Business OpportunitiesFOR PORTABLE cocktail table bar. --- ---- 1-RFDROOM furnlahed apartment CHEVROLET CENTER'SSUMMER

CY 1-7465 2nd Floor fully: equlpied 14900' PhllcoPrnllrlor SEWING MACHINE ulLake Sliver Drive. StiverCre.t
'ear.round employment; 28.TFHALF clwk radio hlle. f30, '(4 S3ialnmatle Bullonholee.eewe Apartment" Call CY MTTOor

(3) HospitalizatIon and Pension --- ----- -- SALE <11 LEASE: -- Going 2113-.70. 1114 but lone. overcaiU many fancy JM-1280: .TFEXl
--- --- -- SELL DOWN
Program Apply at 329 Magnolia BOXFR Htud ServiceReiuitered buoitree. fully equipped re.I.ur.nl. etltche I 'IyOm.: .hir t* needed.l'ahe E. el-
fclXENT 1 J people
-- fawn and l'.11 CY 1-\1'11 for d..lall. 40% OFF over per "or .
Ave.. SW, Winter Haven or CY t-3661. "hT" 10-18 all print and framed reprodiirtlnne f J9 OU ca.h CY 1'4)t14.. 10-11 Eagle lent Lake.location:J9J-1WS condition Ml In
----- ---
call CY 43201 for Interview ---- Art lie .artment at TODAY'SSPECIAL
8-15 POODLES PARADISE: Complete 'TEXACO INI'Ij''IIoIne; available VILtAS Inv ttA :. SOUTIIrAST PINK refrigerator. beoroom eulte lORE Reanable *-
pn.feulonal rooming Cilia atari .. Cypreu Qardon and 3nlSt IU.AZA llept ISRFPOSJIrSSFD with boa eprtnic and mattreaa. J-bedroom apartment"furnlehed 1019 _
at |3 UU 2M3-U95 after I i) p m. i .. SW Paid raining available -- -- de.k with chain. corner table and "' mUllle. 9-11
No enperlence nmaeinary. Pick- ... delivery II.TF U.Oc t 11 and 81. SB:, Call CY 4-MJ7
S-T7H :
CURB flrl: Th Burer up (.all Lakeland MU : color TV and P'rigtdslre .- chair :Jt -3II7I. 4-11
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Apply In person -- -- -- -- -- '
Washing machine. Make uean RNI8HFD OR tNFURNISHKD
Kin*. :201 Havendale' .15 GRAIN lED BE.EF: Slauthterlng FlEER TAVERN for ,eaU, WW 1335 offer Heaboard Finance Co 47 EFFICIENCIES and lIe BEDROOMS I
-- editor and prucenoleg. M M. PuuellWholeaale Iwy 17 8.HI llartow tall any Ilh 81. SW hone 3tH". 10-11 HOTPOINT range with two oven. Nice large .:r, room ir- .
SECRETARY to mainline Meat WO 7-I3KK. WO !Iltll"' after I ou p.m. 11-17 irldle and deep well cooker IM.OOJOT Convenient" located In Old PortalBuildmn
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moving- to WInt.r shorthand Haven about and 7-MJU: 11-Dei.t. 11MIMr I PIECE enrtlnnal "eofa In very ) 1114 Call CY l89 oCV
t.ke ----- -- --
Moat t-TF
Bepl 2tt office. (.nod. condition. I ueed RCA color J-4167

1-day ue dictaphone week Ability Modern more A/C Importantthan PINK POODLE SALONComplete TV lINt model Phone I.4S1M.MM FOR SALE:: I pr .tlonaL ('..11CY 1 '..rn.t-.;.; apartment-; -nn--lake:

at*. Olve qualification In de. a protein), nal gn ,nilng Ave k. Nfc Winter Haven 3-2015. Jo.lI Nice for teacher or .tude"t. I
Poodle acceeaorle hone J93 I7MI. WANTEDl H\-17
tall Writ to Editor, Bo. 1870. I mm to cot""' ,. Phone CY I'SMI
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for appointment 18-TF HAMMOND Chord tOnic with reverberation .
Tampa 1. Fla _jw"i? kn amkliiew "an w Pta REPOSSESSED: : chalre. dlnelTea, unit. pM 00. B.. at

wanted. Neat and dependable manIc t. be as 11..t Mfae. etc Make ue an offer Haven FunHure or rail CY a.1178 ROOM apartment rear

WAITRESS. Apply at Sundown ft... ((7)) To Buy or Trade netsi"traminf M..t.' In Service Face weeksViii 8ta. I 81 WAREHOUSE l'iW' FURNITURE' U-11'th or t'Y 1.7.30. t-ll All electric furnlehed IM.OU a work 2t -13t1l Brand New 1964 Chevrolet
and 1 UO --- --- ----
laurent between 1:00: P m 4ie, n Merehandldn and 8rviee ----- er call at 711 Carroll Are S'i
p.m. too pm and 11:w.tSL The Pur Oil Cemaenyh FOR SALE U.000 B.T V Air Conditioner POIV FOAM RVBBER u
19-T7 WB BUY seed appliance* and furniture *. a medern t..lI.f..ht with heating attachment BRlMd YOU'R PATTBHNWBIX.CDT due-. Impala Convertible
; WHILE YOU WAIT LOWrRll' leI Walking
the Cy floor apartment
letlee. fop lieu* en -
and we cell ued appiiaeeeand used one month baa 1-year warranty
and furniture ROOKS AHPUANCKS prose Or.*e. K**. eeie the rail at 90S Ave A, NE or FORDS TRIM SHOP IM lance lo t.... and lake QuietBlOW. .... Equipped with .
WANTED: Woman or man A rURNlTt'Kk 29M Itsvendale new fleia She**'"* Censor 'CY I.MTO. 10-11 B NW CY 811. >>TF ami rl>*> Adult. please **1.A
apartmentRent ----- ---
wife. Private lumlhed Blvd I-T F cad 8Mu for axed lady WC8TINUHOU8B .. .
free Car reeKenliai area Will requireem PVIHUXFH (re er
--- ----- PFAT CY a-MM
Wat-ei Olve reference Write P.O. WANTED to Buy 8 mm automatic aiti far Meek cciequiDenent. Dundee Koad. Robert J | 4 eeimraK compartment 11.UO. 143 Bedroom apartment on lake C l-cyl. ElI Boa 136: Eagle Lake. 10-16 electric eye preferably motor .enereeteit Cell I ItIack.cld.r Huoposni 40" Deluxe range. ISO 00. MAW a month and up Including e Tinted Wlndiki.lde ONLY
driven but not eaaentlal Movie er write D f Driver, P>.O. Very toad condition 811 bath for i llttee' Alas weekly rate Sierra!
TWO ..It'...... wntd Air ronditloned camera for Cash and pern"MI .n U. .*. S6I SPecie ***.8M4. SIMS) CY l4. -U (:urt Motel Hwy IT .. 17-TF Retractable Slit leltse '

Have Club.4 |:ellenl. :have It checked by recocniii-d: pholi Winter Haven, ARNOLD nut FMfMalre--- I --' -- ;; for 2-ipeed WindshieldWiper
: autonu-
Salary Apply afterEXPENSES p.m.Ji.8e repair I lab Reply I Jay Dui lap lOon and 3-Bedronm apartment
L 116 I PRINTERS lie warier .la food condltwo CY articular pepl Bowea M.i.t<<
A-1468. '* ISewa-Chler t-TF 52899Rtmtmlet
-IH2 Ml I..' .. Htakway. 17 North uvn\ I e WindtSield Washer
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ONE 10 n. aluminum flot.b.ttoboat. I. '
FOR SALK 16 MM Camera. Beauty 3 TRAILERS and a amall house e Wheel Covers
MS 00 On portable typewriter tO
: $ One 501, Maniuni rifle : I(9-A) FurnitureTAKE Beamat with electric eye match J94-1T81_ t-U Wfew.Hi
needle umaure nelem. citra I e Fresh Air Healer
ouetomlaed' 00. Mill I
SW tradeboat
COMHUCIINDUST3Y .SIrP4MMV 11 Vna, Ha self KFDROOM, NrwJahed aearlment*
with School Starting? : Ermmt Wni
up or typewriter for good. wed re timer eyae fur Sulks and etrooe Htm *a* ne* to yforth '251' 4 with Red InteriorJ1EI'ROLETAj
can earn $2.00 or more per houras frlirerator Phone WO laM or OVfcK PAYMENT Including k Uie Mew. a lIttle ever a rear old 631 Avm H NW Call Ather'on .
t I of I lin. furniture
time Avon Rep 293-64M 8-11 room 1 UtlYMTO* after a p m. D-TF Realty Ml W. CeatraIY
full or part O k\: refruteranr range -- -- 3864. 1S-TF Y Alitmyt Sittnllttxm

resentativ I bedroom eute*. 5.7 American WHITE ten .hand doer U e!. ft.I .
((8)) Automotive :llvuut" room. dining WARCHOUBKIVRNITURE room ate < R rtirerator-Frmi CMBblnatkMi RNUHED Aaartmer: 1 StOQ ( $300 At
1767 per OuoMe door FR ... IIS week
Write P.O. Box IJSS or I .it'tI, 81 MW 6-13 $10.00. block trace .*w
a-im. 11-14 water untehed. 2034568 or

Call U2-4137 Lakeland 968 CADILLAC 4-door eedan. RAH .. nor --i"-R'Urt- \\Pw: : :!3-7190. 8-TF
t-ll power_brake power ..eteenng. 1'1',(9-B) Gifts For AllOccasions IN MOfT t. "ttI. 8.2190.POIW .rHRii1.wmeeIa Chevrolet Center Jnc4al
t. whitewall
power $ TRIM SHOP. sot Ave. B. I I(r.WM| ne..r.. Are U NE. 3TFKSI8HKD
tire loud Hdl".IIIIW I'fW' CY welt KeSept )3 .
EXPERIENCED vending machine lean I4MOO CY -----1 FRoNT Iii n.- ....rI."m
route man for Polk Co Moat FDR IAI.1..... alumInum' .
pree 526 Ave
know r,>ln mech .nd minor ma- l 9<1 FORD OALAXIE 4 .1, Sedan 1'late. XT I 16" 8k each Ea'Men I ; -.; M

chin maintenance Must be bond Fully equipped lacludi factory' I SEAT THr ROWD8. Pu youe I .. h.r we a* aIding, lawlatkMmM *
communion -- ale New eon tire low n"leagrNeed I ,. C !
ible Salary pluS choice live our gift departmentn rial heat reflector for barb.I I r' tedium 0' r
Hoapllalloatkm 1"procram. Phone to *ell Immedlat Make la)awai ..,w for Cnrlatma* gin- 16% An.. A, NW. $4,3l39h'.4A '10' inn.I and many ether horn u'. !V) per week IlI'lu.I.- .
IIII-MJ Lakeland for Inter,mil Her Will consIder trail. ill J.M I i VILLA t > ILLAr S; il induetnat uwa At the New*- 'I, wal-'ii'\ 4-3831 a' 'i' ania -
I II King 2W-1211. 10-11K,,'rHE.uT PLAZA. U.8p\. H ."IIlef.a- 3rd 5%.. Nw.TI- I,,. U-14

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Friday, September t 11 t ,, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS.CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Page E Itvenr

ear lr Aa2ra euiNt rvc.I CASINO ;rAr DA0 SAYS ,tiro Qv( AND A ry/ARIFF40f
r 4. nE r am.v.S gt75gMAtftaf AAO W4D RMNAMAW' NE4D Poi P7e4iQEd/ Aka cr (Jrzf r>,
I f I), a 7O a f, */r ,5 ,4 At4W 7304 r Aw or Anv (>42AfKA f0 ) C'R 2M4 (,4'(, 5 $ ,t4tDtrl
r 'a E TASm LA' OigR.' if NX' a4h3 lAr 70twhr OMr T1rwOWO

L 7 AND A p1MR'rFR AAP C'M, Nyt,

If -- 2vASr 3o eur.-, Now 1'MWT


((13)) Reel Estate For Sele I I ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sal? I C M

Only 30 Days To I MoneyMakersIM'OME 2420 34th STREET NW 2300 12th St., NW

Sell This Property I Central air conditioning ark SPACIOUS HOME IN

1 central heat. Cement block construction .
Located at 2609 Ave. II. NW 3 bedrooms" 2 larg CHOICE LOCATION

ceramic tile baths modern kitChen .
CB, 3 bedrooms, bath living Price reduced. from I1S.00 to'

room, dining area, kitchen, room, carporte Located and on its large lots utility AU! >U tiled Mfl' b1:=a.f'.I.WIarvai iJ'I': ;

Florida room, utility carport floors LR tt a RI 1 with IlrrpairkIchen .
patio Nicely landscaped will this for 1250000. Good financing patio laundry room. work I NI ,1.1t \\.11 ,) WIt,1 1 10TH ) I Will ii Il AWyWavn j (inHAf IrMlme rooftrees ITiJ sit "t'u' HilI' I
extra lot available Turn South of rtioo I oar varam ., \tlh v19' YOU MAVINl, r' I lit i Lo, BOTH 01 SIM'1 /
sprinkler system lot 1311 145Wall
lake aceaaa x ,
Havendale one block on 34th rellHut InMallktkm A/C You HAVIN'T Ni SUPPOSED I' NN 'I' "I CIVIlRfO':1: fX Wlfl WORK'Mo, M mCHANOLDSMl7T trJ' NVtt| ,,IfrJfi' "|, DAHfS /

Easy financing to be arranged Street NW.EDNA. Call CV S-tW or Barlow .Js.6171 !::II'' Ar't' ? "N \I '. (1'111 VIU( SAMI' 01' / 1R )i M I',' WOVfO( ,NU'i "
INCOME: KUrH.il K. 1-TF ... / f1r{ A tAINI ,I '
TV Near all Kkeula S ..111< -- -- -- rl n"Is liUtl'I' 1 1II
IYte' '
Shown by appointment only > ARI I I '.1 I MI I
.. )
rash aaa S 1oN .. .ererrporch WATSON 1-BEDROOM hose. 100' aaltwaterfront \kA'H. .
lurakked ILLNKW l.n.. I r" IJo\ l' u')
lot at Pine Wand or
.. sale MAKE. CU' rK 111._. REALTOR Bokella bland. 6 mile by water ( I 'J ,

828 6th St.. NW CY 4.4149 tram Dora ramie, faaa CB ronatrurtkin "
Small Frame House completely furnlahed and .
On Ave. I, SE air conditioned. large ......k. and f.
11- hell yard Ideal tor ecand homeor !
--- wiknd Price SUMM
2 bedrooms, completely turn Approximately. cottage 4. cash balance i )
ished except some persona TAKE tip PAYMENTS on S-bed- fio! per month Phone CY 4-4IW I' / nJ
room modem home large lot day N |.ht. CY 3-S1S5. 4-TK ;
items. Balanr' (10361 I6K4H monthly 4% : '
4 flnot mortgage CY 4-1218 or TY '. Wu
Only $5300.00 g0 1-1433. 11-TF NO DOWN PAYMENT m--- -
Bedroom CH Near achuala, In
Lake Alfred FR -HM: 4-11
$350 DOWN
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444 Ave. B, NE 1.. AfK:H Old Lakeland Koai., NEWLY PAINTFD S BR a bath .
I .bedroom, S balk (B home C B home, Double carport, porch wi I. TtV TO .,.'au McAN'o nu. ZYe51 TMaY Now TMay ARe WLr raker Wou.o
schools and shops large Hells-I.. flrenlaee. IMUWI" and take up payments No Vacuum avatem, fenced yard. Drdrsblo RPLAW, OuR V! 1lxJ ARe IkrDM WILT. 11111103 uS Mi 1 Vtxr RaACT M A WKe'I
Near 1
8 t. location near new shop 540 seEN
bedrooms IV* loom Mt'BIVE; stilly. I brdrw.il I qualifying 3 Bedroom home 1 mop renter walking dieter' ALL LIFe, v5v4ICLE IS A 117E too VAeS 94 TW lTh f!' NIvCd SI46NT CtACIo IO OUT OF Tr10
older home, 4 apt. 111' trailer I3 .IKW. year old Built.in Hotpoint kitchen irhmiln Owner trannfitrred how I FOR MACNMeYVa MST? deil5V$ 1 'TReAM.Nr N13NT IM5o0Y5AR9
baths, living room, dining room j non Payment Annum Mori 3 FIFTY VEARS T341S TNhI AGAIN I OLO. PLBASe, NtLP
2 screened porches terrazzo floors antique few" 1SIO Seventh Bt 8 h 213-IUI :::0 MUST 6 THE YEAR THRou6NYTIM!fRY1M Mf AeNTURy1
kitchen, brick front 304 26th St., SW. Sl-TF 1'+4'47 THE TWfNT16M o A CAN,
Hardwood floors Needs ..omerep.ir. - --
1 II See or call Allan Dowd 294.2402 r { i
and painting. Lot 100 x
after 6:00 P.M.JOliN 1111111IIIItl11II11111HlllllllllllllllllhltICustom
150 ft Payments only $50.00 1,03186WARREN

per month, terms to be ar G.fOOD I Built 1 i

ranged. CallROSA SEtKtL, Realtor \ withORIENTAL j

I F. FRASER .11. Real Estate i I DECOR j I ."

293-2517 or 293.9338 01 Custom, built for owners j I o

Realtor FIIA I moving to Jacksonville j :::0

128 3rd St., NW. 11132BEDRooM | this 3 bedroom, two bath |
CY 4.1526 CY 3.4301 I| home Is truly outstanding a i

RETURNED TO MARKET house and S-bednnm | Entry foyer to spacious |
11-13 18298391 13U 26th .St. NW WII hour. 1100 down ISO 00 month
If rood credit. CY 3-6161 HIUJT I living room overlooking E .,..T -wl'r"t-1 I 1"-" r, 7" ;r "

Is oath Florida room. BOLD-MOT AVAILABLE MORTGAGE CORP OF WINTER a| Oriental Garden through \ .. "f t 'I 'I! W"" '" IAACI4 RIM,
large roonu HAVEN 28 TF
condition Privacy fence )8-277875 Winter Haven Area i sliding glass doors ::--.J. r" ,', No, ,,, "'I I ?I r r 11 t
f Excellent ------ j "
I Picnic table. lain of hade.. Vegetable I I panelled Florida roomm- ...J ("r{ ,q5 .1 ,,,, 'I ""'''. I ne r ,sa'r wlul
garden Double Karaite Very 1 AN I 11M! I"n?' k'
reasonably priced. Will take 10 x OPEN HOUSEAIR [ dream kitchen with sewing | : < NOn1tll ( ,, ,1'11' CAF/ 3fEYEl 1))
''tours ,
J 60 or larger mobile home In trade -11- i and laundry center | E ) FIASHt '
I Write Burl Good P.O. Box JfifI CONDITIONED g ,/ \
I Eagle' Lake, Fla Or tee at 114 Ilh I beach boating and swimming \ ?
SL ..13 s[ in Lake Elbrrt. I Ii
jllllllllimillllllllllllllllllimillllllNOTICE 3 BR 2 Bath Large Living ::
Room Large Florida Room i $23.750 and we'll work out sI g.JtE1 : L115xl

$100 DOLLARS I I Large Inside utility. Built.In GE I firms to suit Call g15 \. I' fl '

DOWN Kitchen Parquet Floors i i FAIT SMITH I I I :: w L .k .whIS

Drive by 2418 W Centralor I I F\eninRs CY 3-3002 6 -- r
2 & 3 bedroom homes, with low in these columns toi Call Allen flood 294-2402 = 0 .:: _-.-.. ... :: .
the NEW list of FHA | I z -
monthly payments day TOWN COUNTRY
( ; '
t -
acquired properties in the i 11.13 Se, __

NOTE: Now is the time for all Winter Haven Auburn- | -- !211 MJ?noli l i ijlrr@n li'@U@Wi .

home owners that have a rental dale area i IN LAKE ALFRED |CY.3II41iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iJlI. ldpWU) .. _
e a-Bedroum. Florida room. emloaed ja ------ -- ----- --
unit to list them with us. Ware bark K>rrh. lance lot with iroodgardnn e ,
| I
COMPLETE lilt | r.1R NUtwtStt al's IU U L ('tI N M ht 'ib r2 wT M L
having lots of calls For the 1750 00 down. 14N.6 month .loll A FJi2 Wetur. Meul r' eITINS A
of FHA owned homes | LAKE ALFRED REALTY: l vEt Y LULL ANC/tn,4Ak/CP4 t Cr11iIT, ANd 7Nt. t
FR J-1657 FR 3-1671 ,11- NAIRL ) t A'C' A wuc](' rtV b01'AOL TO Vt) )
IF we don't have what you available and full details i 4-11 ? \r-

want we will keep looking till about prices, down payments I ---- -- -- -- '
we find it. BECAUSE service etc., see or call = LAKE ALFRED ,1

It our motto.. Call CY 3.9959 Ii the folks at Town & Country i Tomer. Columbia and CarolinaCln (13-A) Groves .00t'44rr'r
>< Khoola Eats; Into J bed-
Today Real Estate FHA | I'I's room. I bath Florida JCIm. ".11 A.
Property Managers = OWNER FR..2-IIII.,. FR 3-1/71. HI
BILL GARNERREALTOR Winter Haven Auburn- fj I I

dale area gi I F.H.A. FOR SALE

Charlie Fields, Assoc i The list includes many | B & 20 ACRESAll

602 6th St., NW i fine CB homes with down g

11.14 payments as low as $100 = I V.A. oranges Good crop Excellent II

with no mortgage cost. & = location South llardt-e

DESIRABLE 3-Br monthly payments as low Owned Homes County Bargain Price 29%!

LAKEV1EW HOMESALSO as $4807. | CB built! I Dal 7 yrs. __ __ __ ____ ._ _. ___ __u_
1 1 1470 3rd St NF 9 BR e e
Nice election 4 Br HomeiUuelntMei Evenlnir = In men range carport Only : e
and Lot .ertrude; Bryan CY 1-h dtM = fli 000. |JOO Down 1111." per8E ACRES
ESTATE CV 1-1"31 : Me SO

CY 4-111 28-Sept 28 Paul Eleanor Smith Whart CY CY 4 S.1812 nt, 3| 2 1646 bah 8t 3 BR CB. built alt Pineapples & Hamlins. A I i t I X01n

Malcolm Tetreault CT t-tltn I (In tnty corn 510',50.a snugCsraort fMO Down; HI.01 picture grove T yrs. old. Heavy

bedroom retirement Per Mo fruit crop Location Harder
home 224 Ave T, BE 4.TF CY i, 3 117 EIXIEWATFR DR. NW I County Price 1183,000. 29% :: / doI

":166.: HR I'. balk Only Sllftno 1100 down. .
m aa i.I Dow 170, H |>er Mo. I
BEDROOM 1U bath bulll.ln., CY.31141iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin, .
screened. In back porch Cowctff 4-MS1: Ave P. NW. 1 bedroom CBHome :::0to
1 I Only M SJuO b,wn.S4K74 80 ACRES
Per Mo.
1100--1500 Down Large bearing old grove Some
S-1W PALM DR BW 1 RodraoatCB
School I New and. Conventional U.ed CB HomeeFHA VA Ham. Only |70Mi, SUM cold damage Picked over

I Charles MrComlc Broker Down 25000 boxed In 19M EXCEL-

Family? II | 293.264911Oct. 11 We have the keys to all of LENT SOIL. Price $289,000,

these & a complete list of all 29% cash
| Then this one Is for you | Nand EED rOOD DEAL TO BUY A available Homes.Beasley _, .-_. -- --

I I it's available cowl j iipl iiplE OWE. for' key Call to eee a-47M large after I-bedroom t 30m -SEE- n_ : IT-S' JI668 .yIeP/e. WAV aow TO 9eND (NOW, VVWV WX/LP( / J. ))
l bath honii-' NW aecKon 1 Oct 3 Co. 0 '' ( I RiL BOw+ You THIS arr-wiu CTMW II N $ Ar rr-ws .
Realty :::-
Excellent three | ----- H. Cross I jurr JAW votw HIM j-- t.
g two bath home at 720 I= 134 lib St, NW CY 3-27S7 James C lTrAa t0iN0 OUT J HIM/ ._ :.:.J __

Oleander Drive, SE Par- LEIS BROS. YOUR FOR CY 2C7S a _z 2. [GET WE CARDS -yi: 2'
Realtor .
quet floors add to the t d 7 .... J
living f".J. r
charm of the spacious -
OWNED Phone CY 42444"Cltm l
a, VA
room and FOR BALK
HOMES Cr. Our Specialty" ;
The Florida room provides s BY OWNER vf/
for .-...droom home 1 lull bath. air ..
a separate area s We have a complete bit of raadltloned fully landwaptxl 1&4JIDiwul 11.14

the children. The kitchen | the FHA and VA acquired Av. fit Lake Clbe IR

has lots of cabinets built- in Winter Haven Helthle. S-14
homes ---- -- --
in oven range and dishwasher | Lake Alfred-Eagle Lake ALL BRICK HOMEIBedreoni. ((14-A) Lots & AcreageCommercial jJ.

3 .. 2 bathe. panekd llr-
Down payments
51 Inc room lanr. Florida room bullt-
01 moved back 1 range as low ai $100 and ln O K: kitchen vNh luml_. eel'- Lot
Owners have from log mlllty room teiTauo floor
'sell' and will e monthly Installments Beautifully IaDdaraped. Out.lde I

E north, lay only $1500 down. ; $50. city, but .... city water. and MWr 50 I 150 Ft. looted' on Ave C, ---- _. -.-- -- ----
accept llrhool bus Ic all bade _
Price J18.900To Ii Take advantage of our cola 110 DOWN IM MONTH I SW Anon from Exchange
calling CY t-IKS I Bank Parking lot. Wide newlypaved DOItiN'T r J. b' "I'/r iQV6 MITAKi
service by
5 unusual offer i Av07rE;
see this todayto street with alley entrance: MYCM c

$ tag, can Is for see an appointment these outstanding m rear For sal by owner 1p MAi4S A NCl \ O"uIMV COtk116

CERTRIDE BRYAN values. A Honey of A PitON CY 3JTT1 After I f.M. CJ 1 Ni V1A/P1f ,,' 6 DY TRfE '

Evenings CY 35* .r Edo WattM, Realtor, CY M l PAY .
I I LEIS BROS. Buy $26,500 4141. )
WOCK i iOOHC : r ;
TOWN Owners moved to Tenn. ITFJlUlDUlft.L 7 Ai
SliU S& NW -
I2M .
2"tbJnoII 4 mrr IWia $4- m leaving this spacious lake- I r I
view Centrally Air Conditioned = 4 rI
i1- 3.1141) aIN5n611mIINIIIImNnMmINN11NIm51M11INmIN18. UwUl 3 I LOT .... eecartWrar >
IIFa=..:::: Ca5571fII$4A

za.TF READY FOR aart.... -TfI .

1.10 occur A. CY
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1 bedrooms 2 large balls Very ban rev x JMT earner kM
EXPECT TO BE ENVIED HERETo and H' bath off the family I 1 paved .....pl.y ....... cr Nwr>Mr
ktaal Sec ap "
,... tune of 5. I making convenient Ooatlair [
room -
humaaea with warm i $4 Torma -- -- -- --- -
,. r thu 1 10y.l) now PMT
harm .kn. elndrn ee to aMNdr aM oar for all Hardwood
tor brisk acce..d by M* ___ TII,.. bedrooms are tnt1tlmad t ., r
?"..... thrrmgh evey room d tlla dsarator elyted eta ...*. .Ilk floors. bullt- II galore I Iu N"l'I fieer..t'.t lot. LRFr > rll 'Kr WHER!
fur the grovel/ mend and 1, Two crvOtnlliCe eerswk tlla armed wttlIJAw.d : quatoy throughout. APARTMCRT tilt RJFM/N9/RM.4 WA3h'Arus MILL rr.p'ECE1 FO' ,JJ.JITJ4ZAE'% 'I ISEt -

.,""" a tnyprd moate. .a.ltlMO and 900 marbhs.d vinyl .:, 'lee nee, ":.fe.::= I" i 519' laC Woe air aiwmnbwiMK '. WI4A1 S ( J + uP D/SAMOINTD IT !,e l .. EI 9uiAsIGr g ANOTHER 10 M/LLIONl' YOU
; lull I alts Ike k15.e *r sad eMew l_ I
and eimeg seen (Ml et oar'n.lb.n. famllr room ...... M/.rnknl, frm I Prestige AreaConvenient Me racy MI ark SM NW. is.Murk baM WARPSttL.AVCI, Wkw/7rA lIT,11 1COASJCtR'LcI. SAhTCDAW..Aa.Y.N ,, /
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n." D ""IIIr t/q rem lid, eemmo' .eysd.4 true. I
Jut > no a breaklau .ad n.an bar s1N15e oleos dose w ""dr.Sr .l>|i CY 4 III}
tor .,1154 u a lonely aMner with films The 5dn 15.aB :-. out .,. TAO Iqt AU3a1NJa0A529
.8.al depat for ysar fa..nr 11Ie 1M ran be added at ..-... .. MRKTtup
...." '"so* thie .1IIt.r and w otttIIC a Ie nave ,.. ...." aM km-c TOWN COUNTRY Tint ovevll <4 Sto.le I In hake
,01' F.rllt nnoated abee ISe will, Eat hf.'Im ..n4. .. aVe.altti ..
.. .. ........,.. ..... o.FHe tae tool a will m aa
Oml eaal. Tb. ... unrrnte ..... oNk 50155turna rw./ Tai Heard u a n rila. <. eai .. ant
A ....-'*t rarp.rt. for .So ,Ee0 ...... Ia tIwo n- istatwathle rnm.I the ( Hr Hall m ante Lake /,..
t. r oaf.., If Iu....are HIIa.1 lonSmg Lak. EIIIaft N Ile turner fill lat Cost sad R3 t$$4$ rvat Sw.mker 14 l'*4 al 7 459m
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I"I The Lighter Side I

United' By Press DICK International WEST the Ing laugh and dialogue track and just use ,r771 3 DAYS ONLY. SALE ENDS SATURDAY !

WASHINGTON ( UPI-I mentioned I am convinced that a 30- .
the other day that I had minute program of recorded I

failed to find a sponsor for my guffaws, uncluttered by plots .. NotvaNo ,;
proposed television show "Who and players, would be the hit
Asked That?" of the seasonGarner. A
Discouraged by this setback, i t ti ti

I was on the verge of retiring
from television entirely Then
something happened this week i

that mind.caused me to change my i "Store Hours ,

I went to a freeload where I To Hold y' 1' 1 11 I t 10-9 Mon. frt. I '
met an actor named James
Franrlscua Someone told me 9:30-9 Sat
that Franclncus was the original
Choice to play "Dr. Kildare:' First MeetingThe
but a previous commitment
kept him tied up just long A y

enough for Richard Chamberlain Carner Elementary Parent .
1o get the role -Teacher Association will
Considering the hit that "Dr. hold Its first meeting of the

than Kildare'Franciscui made, a might lesser have man o'clock year Tuesday at the school evening cafetorl at 8 Here's proof you get more for your money at Grantsl! Low prices without buying power brings you unbeatable buys from famous manufacturers-

Impaled himself on the nearest urn, PTA President Owen Lee reliable quality Is no saving at all. Grants 1000 store, coast-to-coast, year 'round. Now save even more during our price-beating Economy Days.Icol .
portable antenna. Instead, he announced today.

perserved And last year he The executive board, both officers -.
landed the part of "Mr. No. and committee chairmen, .j-
I I wk." are to meet in the library at \ STAR CLIPPER ---- ,
I Teaching school on television 730: "
I may not be lucrative as practicing Members of the faculty will r
medicine, put I found the be Introduced by Mrs C. G. EDGERTRIMMEROnly
Franclscus story sufficiently In. McAnulty, principal. Yearbooks .

spirational to give television wilt be distributed and Chlll..1 ....1
another go myself there will be an opportunity to
Therefore, I have put to. Join the Parent-Teacher Association r t.npl, h

gether another new program rlgtdtfy
format, which I hope to sell to To acquaint everyone with \ $3900
one of the networks in time fora the special activities offered at
debut later this fall Garner, Mrs John Adams, pro.
The Idea came to me a* I gram chairman, has asked Ywy5r'w
was reading I column by Larry Billy Moore, athletic director,
Laurent, a local television critIc to explain briefly the aim of
concerning the coming new the physical education department .
i t season He wrote that this year Then Mrs Ed Jewett, ,, REGULARLY 49.88
I Is going to be a great one for Garner's special teacher, will "
canned laughter tell of her work with exception. 1 f' -
There will be about 50 so- al children at both ends of the ,-- .' ,..
called comedy programs on the scale rz:1'n: :: on SUPER DELUXE 4 HP with 25-inch
1 lo'.wtlli. ....""i. rtqulr
\ air, many of which will be Heading the various activities Choke-0-kfUtis" Control onri.ndli '
r rather unfunny. But that won't planned for this year are til.ctt ip>./.. furor no nhnq.l
the following Beautification t4:5: l Ignition on on1 off/ ono* CUTTING EDGE and DUAL BRAKE CONTROL
I matter With the flip of a persons: thek l 'Ih..npn.' 2 p ichr'::
switch, the producer John Reints and Hugh B Srrattoi lflM
1 turn Taylor; homeroom mothers, b Contour typ. chrome "."'., nits r.e.il.;I .....r. N. r.p STEERING WHEEL Adjusts to mostcomfortable
on a recording machine
Mrs Edwin Owen member r wuh pltttic inp, will, not I. wind, On* Tar w.......,. 3"
and he'i Instant rang
-presto got heaq( up ,In fine or ..
,I'I chuckles. ship Mrs Robert Berry and ,"'ubb..,. ell..",,*.nt.ly" ,h.".,.pr*.( REMOTE CONTROL THROTTLE
Laurent laid the television Mrs. Jack Dierker; yearbook, ''A t Mo,.. w..<. control', o iuiti "",',bl.d.. t.,... ill 2 BRAKES $16 6
Industry' position on the use James Brosseau; hospitality nuN.r head I. pss tl.n uPo.gqay, I.,, op.rttor'
j I of pre recorded giggles was Mrs S. M Duncanson and and i.ti dtptK .;cut, withno y.y u. madly .hue y.uor PADDED SEAT
i largely determined by what Mn James Dcaver; historian, i ,nr, runnier. cvttint{ TIRES Semi-pneumatic rear, fully
happened to a show called Mrs C. G. McAnulty; procedures pneumatic front Zerk great fitting
"Dear Phoebe." and bylaws, George Ley POSITIVE SPEEDS Forward $199.00
k. rov.no Reg.
character and
nee spiritual
When this show tried a few ; tr.
episodes without using electron publicity, Mrs Lisle Davis;

ic tittering. Its ratings dropped ways and means Kenneth GranttnunWTG
I Schulz and Glen licks music
sharply But when the laugh
and art. Jess Barlow, MEW
I was restored to the filmor J5
county PTA Mrs. Kenneth "
tape the ratings went up GRANTS 19 ROTARY MOWER
Schulz and Mrs David Fultz;
again Civil Defense and safety Billy 20" ROTARY MOWER C
This tends to confirm my EASY-SPIN RECOIL STARTER
Moore and Lisle Davis; lei-
own suspicion that people who
watch situation thowsdon't Illation William Rabe room HP ENGINE AIR COOLED OUTBOARD
comedy GUARANTEED 2-1/2
count Mrs Owen Lee and Mrs Sale 58.88Regularly
1 really care about the oral I IJ
Glen (Hicks Gray Ladles Mrs _
and visual activities of the ;/ .
D. G. Hasefby The Jamboree 4
cast What they enjoy Is the will again be directed by Tony $ NEB '
sound of laughter that accompanies SALE (
Kalogrldis: 36'Chorg Itr 1.25 I Only
these goings on. An Informal social hour will h Charge- weekly3HPBriggs&Stratton
It makes people feel good to
hear such tabulation, even IfIt's follow the-meeting- ,,1 t '-' Reg. $44.88 i -.....:.. a
only artificial That Is why "
they keep tuning In week after It'.1.25 weekly 4-cycle engine $8 9
week Eight GermanPuppies Chokeicrnntrol: rf'UI : ',: "
Now here Is my plan: I I I Sty III' llrlimMrnllon A Full baffling for better "+
would take the old tapes of 1 lunrnnlrrilenilne cutting
""Dear Phoebe out of the vault t Spccialhandlecontrol '< NO DOWN PAYMENT
and rerun them Only this timeI KilledRESEDA .:..,"pinrrioiliilurlrrOn alsoconvertstopush
R. $119.95 Clinton
would cut out an of the act pure nuMrm ssrN.NsIasCoer.an g
prrrd olio, .'....1 klnila type mower Outboard, VtrsatiU I

Catlf (UPI-"The) --r (;ultinf hriiilil' o.ljll'w":., ., Sturdy.bt tlilear and Feature Packed
Wall Street Chatter mother was whining and poking mom transmission
NEW YORK (UPD-Stanley at the bodies when I found the V >St I.--NNM-N,NnI, Alr-coolocl Mif)*.
Heller & Co. notes a movement Auto. rocoll itortorAircrafttype
six dead Their heads were
of investment funds Into the t y,. WorrontyOx ......10
crushed with a rock Whoeverdid .. o
more defensive shares, a. moveIt this shortened Penny's chain t f.raw.;:, ..4..!.'.r "w A provon ....clout .nj tho ntaitvonotilo
,. '
feels reflects a growing apprehension and she was chewing at It i I.( t t !*.'.* .r.! and motor In tit clod Auto
that the post elec trying to get loose + ::: :" :::':.;::;; r.coil ...rt., for quick it.rti. 160'
lion market will have to evaluate This was the pathetic sight ,,., '' h ,, .rarwarr.rua. ....,t",. S.nll.
a tightening of the money that greeted Tom Tull Anderson, prop
market. 21, and his wife, Donnie, 21, ) ) i ossvr n V Check these EXTRA value features

However the firm says that when they returned home from .:. ::::: 1 Uh'w.iht only U paundiJ
since the major technical work Wednesday night ---- p r w -J Aircraft itylt control ponol'
barometers show no change In Spared besides the mother J) ,,.qM 1 Air: coolod f.mout Clinton .., ..
the long term bullish trend It dog Penny, were two other =- r' E.iy.pull rocoil, ,..,...
sees little need to shift any German Shepherd dogs, all full \\f't' :;. ..aN 1 Motor iwi-.li UO Silont Clln.Ton. ", ufll.,
? Full'i YEAR W. .
large percentage of Invest Crown: The two male dogs were I'' r S rr nty.
Full 3i lb..
Horsepower Weighs Only
menu Into defensive shares locked In a kennel in the cou .i
ple's backyard.The .
Bache & Co. continues to recommend puppies, only eight: days
purchases of the bet. old, were in a box In the yard Complete entertainment
ter situated, fundamentally attractive with Penny chained I beside c'
them. center in a rich s ,
issues OUndaU' yq w.rr.My
Anderson, a security guard, walnut cabinet
L O. Hooper of W. E. Hutton said he had planned to keep one r.r "
& Co. feels the market Is pup and give the other five to I l Hh.nwMri..a
cry, L71"WeeWISTIIUD
condition from a
In a healthy neighborhood: children who had I
technical viewpoint and that
asked for them r
this may be one of those "relatively The pet owner said he and
Infrequent election years his wife had moved Into the ) I
when stock prices advance neighborhood about six weeks I

vigorously during the presidential ago. About two weeks ago an
campaign unknown sniper fired I shot at I
one of the dogs after neighbors

r. I warned Anderson they were -
I "afraid of the dogs became of
I their site"
Police who wrote a malicious

1 killing of dogs report In the "
death of the puppies, said they
FINEST IN FAUCETS learned neighbors were circulating \.1 Grant- wn brand Granlu'nBRADFORD
For New Hornet end Old a petition to prohibit Anderson
from keeping more than BRADFORD 40'Cradstd

four dogs WINDOW PANEL
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