Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086748/00171
 Material Information
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 18, 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
lccn - sn 96027366
System ID: UF00086748:00171
 Related Items
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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THE WEATHER Winter Haven N The City Of '100 Lakes

Fir with high today between 85 Daily ews-Ch Ie f Citrus; Capital; Of The World

and 90. Low :tonight near 70. Northeast Re ad It First

to east winds to I 15 miss per hour. In The -Chief"

VOL tJ; \N -.'

+ Six Unions Threaten maces

t rat ,

Fi Of Nation's Major Railroads


1as Saturn-l Rocket LaunchedTest Walkout Set

i For TuesdayBy

Vehicle 150,000

To Pave Way n WASHINGTON (tUPI)-I.ead.

erg ofix rail unions threatened
today to strike virtually
[ Y alt of the nation's major railroads
r For Moon ShotCAPE Tuesday (lam. local

time) In a dispute over Job

KENNEDY UPI< ', ( rights
The United State today .hot 1 J try', d The unions set the strike
the world mightiest known deadline after negotiations
WOMEN VOTER DRIVE-The Winter Haven League of Women Voters, conducting rocket the Saturn into space deadlocked despite efforts of
a campaign this week to get more women on voting rolls, have set up voting machine in a key step toward IU federal mediators to help produce

I demonstration at two shopping center here. Above, from left, Mrs. Fred Carrier, voter planned $20.billion conquest of 4 j way an agreement
s The National Mediation
service chairman of the league Mrs Blanche Work the moon
; county supervisor of registration
; Board was advised of the strike
and Mrs. James The
Yount, league president. space monolith aa tall asa
19 call by heads of the six shop
-story building, thundered
i .,'" '. '..f-...,\.it ""fr from ill launching pad al 11 23 craft unions Involved In the dispute

1 { First Citrus Over 100 Added(I a what m. EST will t probably 12:23: p m.be EDT IU I last o.i and 150,000 repair they railroad workers represent maintenance about

flight of the
r year
A walkout by the alx unions
The Saturn 1 was inspected almost certainly would result In

Is In MarketThe To Voting Polls personally three day by President Johnson a national rail tie-up t because

I! Hi fiery departure ago was wit. members of other unions who
run the trains probably would
fruit season has More than 100 people refit onstrated through Saturday In neared. today by nine of the not cross picket lines
>, twenty nine U.S. astronauts who F'p +
started. tered yesterday at the Winter the Publlx Markets, with v The government his exhausted
I This morning reports :Y j I; Haven City Hall where registration members of the Winter Haven are trained to ride even more Its available procedures .
; were sent Into the office of : headquarters will be Women's Club on duty at powerful models of Saturn on to delay a strike
the Dally News-Chief from I open tonight and all day to. Nort;, Gate Publix and two week voyages In earth or A presidential emergency
i both Ocoee and Maitland ultimately. In the
i. morrow during a campaign to of the League of Women board recommended Au,. T
where fresh fruit was pur ., moon. that the railroads
: get more voters for the presldcntial Voters at Southeast Plaza provide some
Chased.According. election in November. Publlx Perched on the super !'Otk.et' form of compensation for shop
: to the report f The three-day registration none 12 aloliei above Itsmassive -- -- workers laid off because of
the Indian Lakes Fruit Co., :.; Mrs Carrier stated! : "With cluster of eight en
technological changes
period set by Mrs Blanche MARKETERS HEAR CONNER-The Florida Commissioner of
this fine Agriculture Doyle
at Ocoee and the Orange cooperation from Bines. was a left model of the
The board also recommendedsome
Blossom Packing Co., at f' Work, Polk County supervisor public officials, newspaper Apollo space ship that cicntU.< Conner, center, spoke to itate market manageri at their annual banquet last night in limitations : subcontracting
Maitland each purchased! of registration as a convenience and radio stations, the Pub. hope to use to launch the fir t the Haven Hotel. He told them about hit tour of Europe and Runla. Shown with him of work that o n has been

about BOO boxes i'. to residents of this area lix Markets and their local three astronauts to the moon are Henry Witte, Jr., left, manager of the Ft Myeri Farmers Market, who was toatt. done In the past by members
The fruit \Is supposed to coincides with Women Voters manager, the Winter Haven before the end of this decade matter, and W O Whittle, chief of the state markets.Jnion of the six shop craft unloni

I I haw come from the vicinity Week being conducted ,y the Women's/ Club and the League Scientists hoped the thunderous __ There war a possibility the
t. of Fetproof and graded league of, (Vomen Voters of Women Voters l .million pound ...... .... .. Li 'wCe/sdwr'
I I lurelyminy jvu | tin union might pick out individual
out No. t and sizes 96 or The Polk County! League has unregistered bower tI' lix Vlt .. ">
ford Kindergarten Student Defines 1 railroads as strki Happiness
: : larger This set up voting machines at men as well n 'vot loonier and H i high dwSi}') I 'ii lifts And continue to work on

first of Is the supposed 1964- 5 to be the Southeast Plata and North realize that voting U second stage would romWW-W" | Happiness to some dark and way past my bed- other carriers. But any date
< season Gate hopping center as partof. valuable privilege and send the entire 36.WO pounds of smallfry Is Ice "
t a responsibility cream lime
and, according to those who (Continued On Page I, Col. 3))
IU Women Voters Week
know, should start one of of every citizen. Apollo spacecraft and burnout Agree On candy, or climbing on a He holds firm to thatdeflnltlon -
the best fruit seasons Florida .;' campaign and will tike advantage of \ cuing Into an orbit ran.th bright red fire engine Put and many other ---
t has ever had. Women Voters Week ii re- the chance to register beforeit from 115 to IU miles up In the mind of one Winter Blue Devil fens do alao.
,:. & ceiving widespread public Is too late The .satellite m feet king( Haven kindergarten student And It's that lime of year County Leases
support, Mrs Fred Carrier -- should be large enough f\>r ea->. New ContractDETROIT the word has completely again, For I compute run ,
Gladys Keeps Voters Service chairman of viewing by ground observers different meanings down on tonight's anon
the League laid. Citrus Museum In good weather around dawnor opener between Winter
Moving Toward In furtherance of the effort dusk It should resemble a bright star Co. and the United Ante Blue Devils win when it IsGoldwalcr to Page U,
to get more voters to register, moving swiftly!
The MainlandMIAMI women In particular, the regIstration through (he heavens Workers Union today agreed In w A zc ,r"L1J..Ji J If ,I eae>''''
will continue it city Closes Today The shot, tf fully successful principle on a new three-year
(UPI) Hurricane should contract calling for Improved For AreaA
hall today until 9 p.m. ..ndS.turd.y score at least two more Play
Gladys churned relentlessly retirement benviita at '400 a Candidates' Trail
until 5. (Continued On Page I, Col. 7) -
toward the mainland with 125 The Florida Citrus Museum- month at age 60, Improved
m p.h. winds today and fore. The staff conducting the a Winter Haven Landmark for -- working conditions and wage increases wooded area fronting on
casters laid It showed no signs registration at city hall reported the put 12 years will close Orville FreemanTo : Lake Shlcp has been leaned
of turning being busy throughout the for renovation today and will The agreement was announced Says Johnson Back by the county for a park and
'Interests along the South Atlantic day yesterday at a steady open next spring In the new Speak To only i4 minutes before LBJ Is 'WildestSpender recreational ares,
In White House
coast should keep in stream of prospective voters Florida Citrus Showcase,It was 130,000 Ford workers were fount commissioner approved
touch with advisories on Hurrl appeared to get their name announced today by the FloridaCitrus Citrus Mutual scheduled to strike Of All' After TourWASHINGTON the less of the 23-
cane Gladys over this coming on the rolls About two thirds Commission.The The settlement basically followed site yesterday
Museum has been housed I Secretary of Agriculture Or. acre
whites, third Negroes
weekend the Weather Bureau were one
the pattern of the M LONGVIEW True (UPI .
in the Florida Citrus Building: viii. L Freeman and Florl- (UP1)) -President The lease Is between James
said.Gladys concerted
Indicating no da'i cents in hour package that Republican presidential nominee Johnson returned to the Daniel and the county. and
here since It was opened to i Commissioner of Agrlcut-
the season's seventh campaign to Winter Haven
get won lad week from Chrysler Harry doldwsler described Whit. House today from two calls fur the county to
the pay
public on Jan. IS, 1952. tue Doyle Conner win be busypeople
tropical I storm and fourth hurricane .
Negroes registered.For
Malcolm L Denise. Ford la President Johnson as 'the wildest -
The museum was established bythe next day Western tour imrked by M noo per year for 20 years,
was moving slowly but the benefit of vot Thursday ta they "
new hoc relations vice president, spender of them all May
disclosures nuclear option
Florida Legislature In 10S1. new on with an for an additional
fly around the
should be close enough to the and to stimulate interestIn state observing
ers said has been
In a prepared statement lie said Johnson and defense
Walter J. weapon -- X and to
Page, CommUdonpublic | the state'i yeare an option
firm .
mainland .ndpOlllblllti..a.
Saturday night to registering and voting, voting relations director and economy "the agreement provides far spending HO million a day and huge t'rowi acclaim buy.
(Continued On Page_5.eol.l)_ machines are being dent museum administrator said 1 with two joint wage and benefit' increases more than President Kennedy The PresMent'i "MIl puliti The park will erne Winter
exhibits will be completely\ renovated public appearances set one at closely comparable to hoes already Thu senator mule the statement cat" Journey to five elates anda Haven Auburodale B.rtow.nd
Woman and tailored for the new, noon In Lakeland and '1wother agreed upon by Chrysler In a speech prepared for Can'dlan province ended al2am southern Lakeland
Son Are InjuredIn Showcase when It opens in that night at Miami Corp.. and the union It therefore delivery at an airport here. He FDT when his Air "Finding nice wood..dar.
I Winter Haven next spring The Beach. Insures that Ford will remain rise. said that every four mln- Force One" Jet transport a
.. like this fnr park Is
museum will be dismantled and Robert W Rutledge<< executive fully competitive: with respect utes frugal Lyndon hat put one touched down at Andrews Air use
Sixth Street renovated by workmen of the vice president of Florida to wages and benefits for more person on the federal pay force Base, Md pretty unusual Commission
Accident Florida Citrus Mutual It roll" er Alan Traik said
Citrus Exposition under sending out hourly employeBenefit Johnson war In lovlal spirit,
the direction of, Robert tast: Invitations for a 12:M p.m. Included In the new Attacking false claims" by and obviously delighted with Trask went on to say that
A Winter Haven area mother ure to yield the rightofwayand man, general manager luncheon honoring the two top contract were the retirement the President that the administration the trip to Montana, Washington the city of Wln'.r Haven hat

Mrs. nay Mae Paulk and her LyBrand was charged with (Continued On Page S, Col. 5)) (Continued On Page S, Col. 2) clauses, and additional week's is cutting down on spending Oregon, California Utah ireed verbally to help pay
10-year-old son, Robert Eugene having no driver's license: vacation a Chrislmai bonus and holding down the federal and British Columbia. He was part of the lease. and to provide
Paulk Jr., were admitted to that w,,,i't pay a minimum of payroll GoMwster said, rreered by poll. and report garbage service and elec
Winter Haven Hospital last night rt. $23 and a maximum of non, anadditlu Johnson h. n already spent from Democratic' leader- the trlcUy w the park
after a collision in front of North & t12\ minutes relief time nearly' 13 tullton, more In his five if'" about his tl'>'cti"chanti >! Presently! there! Is no public
Gate Shopping Center foi al < M) lane| workers, ai lint eight month, 'In the White ( '< park on fake Shlpp which

kwTJ.IW: exta e'*ek vacation two ((;ont.oued On Page 1. Col. 4)) it ont nued On Page I, Ol 4)) on the < Stain of lakes.
Mrs. Paulk suffered broken '
more holidays. and other
collarbone and fractured: ribs,
and the youngster sustained a foil, i "<'g the break In nesUatloc .
fractured right leg and lacerations. U. S. RocketsForte II
Both were reported In Y klent Wa' U.!rr>M fairly good condition by hos. n
pital personnel this morning h ) i for Jill ;rat/he in the bargaining .

Six other persona Involved lathe ILL > ",Iu They then each WAMIIM.PON < UPI >-Newly was revealed Thurada by succewfuUy intercepted j
mishap escaped with only held >. aute news conference I developed American rockets Johnton In a speech al sscramcnio minor Injuries. They were Robert have Intercepted tatettUei euf Calif McNamara I them to achieve this capault -
Eugene Paulk Jr., 31, driver w The .f went benefits in eeeefvtty at altitudes W h.n- .,,11.d out some. of the details jr. The Army system waiopefsMefJl
of one of the automotHlUs; (Continued. Oa Page, Col. I') ..... W mites. Defuse S....e. at the Pentagon before leaving .. nn Aug t. IM3 and
four Paulk children, Randell, tee, Robert H MrNamara tal4today for a mak* aveerb In Chicago the Air Force system on May
I, Beth C, Kathy I, and Nancy, Two defending systems are a. IW
11 months; and Janes Lance Canova NamedTo MeNaaaara mad the date**. I Involved I They presumsMy Is Ms Sacramento speech
LyBrand, 25, driver of the see ure at a news conferee elab- operated by the Army from John.*** spoke in general terms
cod car. The Pautts live at mi CommitteeOf oating.s President. Jen(Men'saasuMiuesssit Kwelaletn. Maud lad tic Air at the new defense systems. lie
Nth St., NE. LyBrand lives at Thwretfaf list force from Johwton Island >aid( :
2U. Nth St.. Cities
Group new def.saes Net bees develefwd both I III the Pacific. although "We now have developed and

officers Otis At.'Dt't'ND, \1 1 > City Mu. Ie Mereefl and deatreyUs McNamara reteed to dlseues .tested two systems with the
Curb and Steve Ambrose said Bruce Cancel has tee spare MMlear.arsned enemy the location bitty to intercept and destroy
the Paulk car was trawling lager the 'cminatiasour MteMeeMeNaaara. The combined cost "McNa armed satellites circling the
limed "i
tooth on Sixth St., NW, when mittee of UM Fiurtda League fMianlctpalltie saM etectrunic de mara .said. Has been WO mil earth In pace, These systems
It turned left onto Ave. II and rates eont seed that the orWJ14 Mot He added' Ire in they are opera-
into me path of the LyBrand Canoes is UM- retlrtitc preal- ..t.... were within the Two lefeodiflg 17stems areIflvetved tonally ready and they are on
vehicle. LyBraod was proceeding dent of tile Ridge Leap of lettMl raw of the warhead. .. They prevmaMy' the alert to protect this nation
north on Sixth St. at the r it w, ter e Municipalities aad director of deeisjneal for the defendtaf were developed ka the Paetficf and l the free world"

time. The police report said the Flora City Managers .Association weepeee the Army al Kwajaleih h At the same time Johnson
LyBnnd apparently did not hare He else said he was utWied land and the Air Force at revealed that America now has

time to avoid the collision. ..,.,/iiIIIIr..- -." a ", rsr..ar,.'1.t...r nwuargrs. +'ar- He will KB .other s>ewt>ere that UM U..... Males ee.M. de- Johnston Island. But McNun.ra new.. radar device: which eaasee"
of dte noMlMiiac eM ttt.* ........ ekes a aaleilMe was reused to diacusi the 'era over the horizon and thus
Damage was estimated at to .select state of officers liens from which they detect hostile missile launches
tor armed or should otherwise be are operated
$400 to the LyBraad car and TWO SERIOUSLY HURT-In this eoJD.ion on Sixth Sf NW, in front* North Gate, the orsMiMHon Wick 502 lIoN rcawidered beside within seconds:

$900 to the Paolk car. a Winter Haven mother and ion. Mrs. Fie y Mae faulk and Robert E. Paul, J,.,. weft iu annul m..
Paulk was charged with m- I badly hurt yesterday They are m Winter Haven HotpitaL yUle m Oei n. secret call >....,Ute weapons that both the Army and Air (Continued On Page I, Cot S)


+ +'--mhpr JR laFa

Lake Alfred/ 777 Support Dailies LBJ the Weather--Local, State And Nafi'onalj

NEW fORK (UPI-An Editor 6G ?o

ChangesWaterBilling and Rublleher poll of 777 r
daily newspapers showed 31 per ,1 t L
cent support Republican presidential .e
candidate Barry Gold-

System water and 286 per cent endorse w

President Johnson, the coo \ D DAl
trade publication aid Thursday
To cut the cost qt billing Its &

800 customers for *&ter, the JSdttor It Publisher said the \
City of Lake Alfred has Yarned /
those which
777 _
to data newspapers .. _
responded to the poT constitute
c00G '
City Manager Don Hartsfleld 44 per cent of the nation's 'S
believes this Is the smallest
dailies. .+ .
city In the state, and possibly 4.--
made before
The sampling was
In the nation, to employ this jd L .
in the
method. the 10 newspapers 0 FAlt :

HarUfleld said It would have Hearst group announced for t
Johnson todayHearst 4o .
been otherwise to
necessary, do : PA1aAM
hire an additional clerical em
ploye, at far more than the

monthly rental cost of $100 Papers ,
for the equipment Even if the
customer list grows to 999, SHacu E i ,( 90
the cost will be the same,
he said. Back Johnson 0 fl/1i
Under the new arrangement, Qd 19'y
Data Service each month for
wards IBM cards on each water NEW YORK (UPI) The SCATTERED SHOWERS Scattered thundershowers are forecast for the Southern Plateau, I I
customer to the city. These are Hearst newspapers today threw the Great Lakes region, the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys with rain predicted for the middle
carried by meter readers on their editorial weight behind the Appalachians. The rest of the nation Is expected to enjoy clear skies and moderate temperatures l

their rounds and are posted with Johnson-Humphrey ticket, the
the meter information. Cards first time In 32 years they have Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK Temperatures
are then mailed back to Tampa endorsed a Democrat for president Fair through tomorrow. Iai
where they are run through data ( Panhandle High today 85 to 90. Low tonight By United Press International
processing equipment, which In the editorial signed by EdItor Considerable cloudiness about 70 Northeast to Low High
posts the Information, computes -In-Chief William Randolph widely altered thunder east winds 8 to 15 miles per Albuquerque 54 80 BICYCLE WINNER Sandra Johnson 10 year old Lake Alfred girl, was the lucky winner
the bill, after which the cards Hearst Jr, President Johnson showers today, becoming part hour Atlanta 61 78 of a bicycle In a recent drawing at Publlx supermarket at North Gate Chopping Center With
are mailed direct to the Lake and his running mate Sen. Hubert ly cloudy tonight and Satur Birmingham 71 84 Sandra above Is GUI Jones, Publli manager-
Alfred homeowners H Humphrey, wert day, Widely scattered mostly Five-Day Forecast Boston 54 71
However, said Hartsfleld, praised for having "etrned the afternoon thunder showers Chicago 61 71

payments are still to be made confidence of the American pro Saturday. No Important tem Five day forecast for peninsular Cleveland 63 78 Church Auto Accident Hire Handicap
at the local level-city hall-- pte" perature changes, High today Florida for period begin- Denver 51 82 Beymer
and receipts then go back to In the 80's low tonight 68 to ing 7 a.m. Saturday and ending Detroit 84 82 Pays Dividends
Tampa where payment Is recorded The editorial said, however, Jacksonville 67 87
in a continuous mechanical that its choice did not reflect 74. North 7 a.m. Thursday: expected Kansas City 63 75 LIVERPOOL, England (UPI) Week To Get
check of each account an attempt to "downgrade the Fair through Saturday average Temperatures near the seasonal normal Los Angeles 60 73 Rally Day Set Stephen his McKlnlay into, 29 another, w h 0
smashed car
Hartsfleld believes there may abilities or character" of t h e High today middle 80's, low through the next five days. Miami 77 88 bandits
be further savings In reduction Republicin candidates, Sen. Miami Beach 80 85 one driven by speeding
Normal 85 to 89 and low
of the meter reader staff. Barry M, Goldwater and Rep tonight In the M'l Easterly high Twin Cities 60 79 away after holding up a bar, Youths
67 to 74. Rainfall will Aid Of
winds 8 to 15 miles per hour, average For was presented with a 600-pound
Water users must notify city William E Miller less than one Inch most sections New Orleans 69 87 Sunday automobile brew
hall when there Is any desired The last time the Hearst pa- Northeast one to two Inches over New York 61 82 ($1,680) by a
change in service, such as papers broke with their traditionally Mostly fair through Saturday southeast portion Orlando 72 88 cry company Thursday to replace Young people in the Winter
transfer from domestic to com Republican stand in High today middle 70's. Philadelphia 61 84 Rally Dty: will be observed his wrecked one Haven area will have the oppor.

mercial rates, or change In presidential) elections was In low tonight near 70 East and Phoenix 68 93 at the Beymer Memorial Meth- tunlty to actively support National
garbage classification (Concerns 1932 when William Randolph northeast winds 10 to 18 miles Keep Draft Raleigh 69 81St rdist Church during the Church Rev. M. King Employ the Handicapped

bill). If any rental units are Hearst Sr, threw his papers' per hour Louis 62 70 School hour Sunday The slogan Week the first part of October,
vacant, t difference In the garbage support behind the first term Central DALLAS (UPI) -Sen. Barry San Francisco 56 65 for attendance Is, "Let's Make as Goodwill Industries stages Its
charge would be taken into bid of the late President Franklin Fair through Saturday M. Goldwater's promise to end Seattle 50 64 It More in '64" annual Schools Clothing CollectIon -
consideration D. Roosevelt High today 85 to 90. low tonight the draft will be impossible to Tampa 71 89 The goal Is 604 for Sunday To Meet With Oct 27.Throughout.
Hartsfleld noted that there The Heart group includes 10 about 70. Northeast to keep, Selective Service Director Washington 67 86A School The classes will meet Folk Counyt pupils
were probably bugs to be worked papers acrosi the country east winds 8 to 15 miles per Lewis B. Hershey said Thursday In their classrooms and then will bring Goodwill bags horn
out of the system, and requests Today's editorial said In part: home in nonarid parts of attend department assemblies from school on Oct 2. Par.
customers to notify his office of "The Hearst hour "If you want 2.8 million the United States Is bombard.ed at 10'oo; a.m. Chester Mann ents and neighbors are to fill
any errors, so they maybe rectified p o r t the Johnson newspapers Humphrey sup- Southeast through Saturday (servicemen) you'd better not with an average of 100,000 will be the speaker for the Pope Tonight the bags with clothing, small
as rapidly as possible. ticket, Partly cloudy depend on volunteers,"Hershey pounds of rain sod snow each Adulti, James Humphrey will electrical appliances and other
Showers, occurring most said year. speak to the Junior High Youth, VATICAN CITY (UPI) The things no longer wanted Filled
Where Is Jail "We do so for these reasons ly during night hours over and Herman Myers will speak to Rev Martin Luther King Jr, bags are to be returned to
"1. In the nearly 10 months about one third of area. High the High School Youth, accord- the American Negro leader, will schools on Oct 7 for pickup by

BLETCHLEV, England (UP) he hai been In office Lyndon today In the 80's low tonight SpQALkitJ Ing to J, T Grant, Jr, Gene go to the Vatican tonight for a Goodwill
A man walked into the Johnson has shown the qualities middle 70'*. Northeast to east 6 HEALTH5e.1 r a k Superintendent of the private audience with Pope The donations benefit 350 han.dlcapped .
Dletchley police station Thurs. of leadership the presidency demands winds 10 to 15 miles per hour Church School Paul VIVatican, men and women em.

day and asked the desk he has established his South The pastor, Rev Leo F King, officials threw a curtain ployed by Goodwill In this sea
Sergeant, "do you mind telling own stamp of authority, he has Partly cloudy through Saturday By LESTER L. MLO. will Install the officers and of secrecy Ground the lion of Florida

me where the police station fulfilled to a remarkable extent Afternoon showers teachers of the Church School meeting, The Vatican has a
Is?" the awesome responsibilities of over about one fourth of area Pre School Physical' A "Must" at the Morning Worship Serve standing policy of discretion
the most Important Job in the High today 88 to 90. low tonight ice and speak on. 'Spiritual Aid about papal meetings with re METHODIST
world In low 70's Northeast i.to Education" ligious leaders of other denom
DUNDEE "2. The office of vice president to east winds S to 15 miles per A GENERAL health examine .Ion to the Immunization of Thank you for your past and (inations. PROTESTANT
has Become one of vital hour ation is a most gratifying "gift"to children. The vaccine against future service to this church, King, a leader of the civil CHURCH
Mr md Mrs John Landis importance, particularly In considerations Keys give every child before he measles Is safe and remarkably rights movement In the United

are back from a summer of of succession, if Partly cloudy through Sat returns to school. effective Now that polio, measles Trip Pays Off States, I Is a Baptist It was he 42nd St. & Lake Rise Dr.
sightseeing and visiting friends events bring that about, It Istomething with showers affecting The end of the summer Is small pox, whooping cough, who first disclosed news of the
The 9,000 mile trip Included a that we may be disinclined urday today an excellent time to review the tetanus and diphtheria have DARTON, England (UPI) audience REV ARNO PRATT
of High
about half area
In southern California visits state of immunizations and bitten the dust", no child need Nina
stay ; to dwell on, but per Kasklewlcz went with Vatican sources confirmed
80's low tonight upper 10;00 SUNDAY SCHOOL
to the Grand Canyon, Yosemite force we must, In those considerations upper winds booster shots, to examine the be deprived of the safety afforded her young brother, Paul, when the meeting would take place
and other national parks, Mr, Humphrey Is bet 70's. Northeast and east eyes both for vision and for by these marvelous he won a free trip to Dublin today, but were reluctant to 11.00: MORNING WORSHIP
10 to 15 miles per hour, color vision, to scientific achievements in While 7.30. EVENING WORSHIP
ter fitted by experience and a painting competition disclose the exact time Finally
performance, examine the e she was there, the 17-year-old one source said the audience 7.30. The,,. MIDWEEK

LOOK! "3. It follows, therefore, that The EGREMONT world England (DPI) teeth, to test oilers' Related Questions girl won three beauty titles and was set for 6 p.m. ((11 sm. SERVICE

ON PASI 11 the Johnson-Humphrey team Is -ships begins gurnlng here champion Saturday hearing and to What is the difference between a part in a television film. EDT)

FOR TOUR better fitted to serve our coun Gurning, for the unenlightened, remove wax the two types of polio . . . . .
and the free world, In the from ear canals
KIN7UCKT PHI ID CHICKIN try, It the art of making the funniest vaccinations T
dangerous years through which or ugliest face while This "winterising" Both the Balk and the Sabln I II
Bonus Buck "
we are passing, framed In a horne collar program vaccines are exceedingly safe
will include a and produce a high degree of I I
of the
survey Just
Immunity against most forms
Dr. Coleman heart, lungs, of polio 1 a FriendlyReminder II
blood and urine
et The Salk vaccine Is given by
in the general health check-up. Injection; the Sabln I* taken

Most schools Insist that a doc by mouth Both are equally effective. Gihls --

tor's certificate accompany the 1 I
cc 4cjtb child before admission There are also many technical

Important Recommendation differences in production Oct. 30thES
The rhnlr nf one nr the
Physicians frequently make
other, the number of innocula-
Important recommendations for 1 II
lions, the intervals between
the special physical and psychological
them, and the need for "boosters" ,
MM HIRAM needs of their patients
should be the decision of 1
based on their pre-school

Your Host and Symbol examinations the physician, 1 & $I 1
These examinations are par When should a child be kept 1 N 1I
of Good Eating at the ticularly Important for small home from school T
children entering school for the
first time. Children who have Mom Tan Tell I

DUTCH PANTRY been unusually well are now exposed Mothers have many special is [to end /
to the "new germs" that "diagnostic tools" of their own I II

ar. generously passed on from by which they determine an oncoming II

BACK TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING 0F one child to another In the illness In their children
closeness of the classroom When, the eyes get bleary and II
These same children may have skin color flushed and the play 8-c ToEw Id
OUR "ROOM OF PLENTY11 Sept 20th developed a moderate immunity ful child becomes listless, one

to their own "family germs", an hardly needs to take the temperature ret it. torn/ con / ;
immunity that does not carry to know that something you

DINING r MENUVegetable over to the new ones of his Is "brewing". I iU1 f/yocJe nd A 4C/
SoupFantabulous classmates A consistently good guide is

ee Family Doctor Decides the child's temperature Fever I member you st//have ttme re 1
usually indicates the presence
Fried Chicken 1
Educators wisely notify parents of infection : jom.Cfffft. 1
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and German measles The t make family of your mini and body. fposit yOvr II
Creamy Whipped Potatoes
doctor can then decide on the
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German Potato Salad ned for an injection of gamma mtiirint reported here areknovm Prraen/l+vJ s Acc.w14 I

Buttered Garden Green Peas globulin to prevent or modify to doctor everytctar. ,$'25't. iris
M Ulntu. 0 fix..o/ace tetfm.
Country Style Dried Corn Your individual medical probIrmt -
Wedge of Lettuce Heart Salad The past two years have should be kamfUd by your 1 /CIQ C .e fret .". f" f""'y/ I'D.Le.
brought smother valuable addl- | own doctor, Bt know* fc a beat ;

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Evenings- Salutes You Romans 16:16L 1
From 6:00 to 10:00: PM Shoe-Fly Pie : 1

Sunday I Rice Pudding J &. CHASTAIN.. MINISTER 1 1I

Noon till 8:00 PM L Sherbert should perish but that all should / sew. Laic I- I
Mortal beings are not puppets come to repentance, (n Pet Fall Iaxrk Service l
or robots.Cod has endowed 3:9) Cod wants man to be aced I
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Adults $2.75. Children $1.25 and think Man has been given he must come unto the knowledge '
the to choose to --.I
or refuse.
Dinner Dining Monday thru Friday power of the truth n Is the truth '
Luncheon and Fine Cod will not save man Ear73
with Ala Carte Selections Available against his will Yet Cod not that 32.) makes Cod wants nun all free mea John to be I: j ..,71/re -e9ton &ai4of Commerce

All Times.COCKTAILS only wants man to be saved,
at saved, but many will never accept
but has made lor
provision man
to be saved He would hat all promised.the Hence salvation, "There Cod Is has awe Small Bank Courtesy Big Bank Service"I
SOX men to be saved and come unto
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I Grand DuchessTo tttHC was .*'.. though. Shorts
Topic Of The Day Congressional Waste-Watchers any actual skulduggery

Abdicate freed, theft, or faulty construe
Now .have two what to do. black MM, the auditors aren't look
we also
thre.udfe of
Three federal judge* '-two was LUXEMBOURG (UPI\) ( for .
tag trouble.BeaJle
federal court opinion on the whom have asked to star the Atlanta dr.
stronglyeonaervvtlve Grind Duchess Charlotte of
1964 ettru rights l.w. One de. personal view on the race cube which ruled la favor of Luxembourg 68, will abdicate Turned Loose On Their BossesWASHINGTON
elefen says tfs concUtutloiial; queatton ruled In favor of the the civil right act. He refoaed on No*. II. usually well Informed
the other say it len't. Both barbecue Mllers. They heldthat and Lester Maddox, owner of here Mid Group
cases are on the way to the a restaurant 1* not necea.artlly the affected reatavrant, closed Thursday sources (UPI1\ Tu) least' part of Conxrexi own ears) with added offices
Supreme Court for probable engaged In Interstate the place rather than serve N*. is that handiwork -and furthermore Produces BombNEW
Charlotte bad announced ear good news today ("n : (for 169 members) upatairs
October deliberation commerce (one of the I'eqII1reomenta gross tier dUll the would abdl gressional waste.watcher have to let the public know whatever Other tend to ran It the third
The latest cue came out of of the civil right act) The principal effect of both year YORK (UPI) The
rate In November but bad let been turned loose on their 00"fl. they found. Rep Oliver P or new new house oMct building
Birmingham, Ala., where OllieMcClunc just because: It buy auppliea these cans i* simply to test fl. no date. So maybe taxpayers will Bolton R.Ohio. claims credit Officially it is named fir show business weekly Variety
and his son sell tasty from another state. flatly before the Supreme Court reported Thursday that the
find out at last what the new for this the late Speaker Sam Rayburnof
Charlotte will her
brown.aauce barbecue to white the constitutionality of the Civil give up rock 'n' roll combo
The other case originated In Animals, a
for House What Bolton did .
throne in favor of her swimming pool mem was persuade Texas.Whatever
customers In Right Act. There son
a predominantly iswide.pr.adbelief financial bomb.
Atlanta where a federal tribunal are a
Prince Jean, 43:I, who has been hers Is co tinr.Don't fellow\ members to authorlse
Negro auction of town. They held that the act applied to that busineaamen like OLtie It said the group took In only
expect to much more 'onaite" aud,.. of the you call It, It is
turned could performing moit of his mother .
away prospective Negro McClung be sent to
a restaurant there whose owner '$75000 during Its 10-day engagement
than though multi mintomtoJUr activities of coating KM million
customers who for the official duties for her for
sued under the refused to admit Negroes. That Jail violating act Itself i at the Paramount
When Congress created the the office responsible (under Pursuant to the new law, the
new civil rlchtsl.w.Mickey panel noted that much of the There 1* no punishment set the past two years. The grand theatre while the promotersexpenses
General Accounting Office direction of diverse committeesof GAO now Is negotiating with
food came In Interstate com. out In the law. The punishment duchess bat ruled t h 11 small totaled
merce, that It was located on a would come on a person's refusal but prosperous nation for 45 (GAO) to keep a sharp eye on Congress) for erecting a $26 the architect of the Capitol fora other British$125000
million ( second) office place to sit down and get on Three singinggroups
to abide by a federal government pending It naturally new or
federal highway and that It advertised years
the Beatles, the
Rooney itself on two other federal court injunction under the act had In mind government building for senators; for putting with Its work Find a spot -
highways and the charge would be con. SHADY GETS AXE other than Congress, As a re a $24 million marble east shouldn't be much of a problem Dave Clark Five and the Roll-
As these two eases move Into tempt of court. \SREXHAM, England (UPI)- sun. the critical audits fired front on the Capitol; and more After eight years the new Ing Stones have been phe-
the arena of the Supreme Court Until and unless the Blrming. Shadrack Strickland, II, was off by GAO sleuths through the recently for constructing the buildings all but completed and nomenally successful In this
Tries New TV for final action, It appear that ham decision Is stayed or over. fired from Ms car salesman Job years have pointed the finger work) i most expensive office none of Us principal tenants Is country. the newspaper reported
the high court may find It nee. ruled, Ollie McClung can go because his friends always everywhere but at Capitol Hill building for House members due to move In for three more
essary to dwell at some lengthon right on refusing to serve any. <..Ued him by his nickname In After a recent soul.searching, One lawmaker has called the months. However, the Animals do head).
just what la defined aa "In. one he doesn't want In his front of customersHis however the lawmakers told new building a parkinllue A GAO spokesman declinedto the top tunes list with their single "'
Comedy SeriesHOLLYWOOD terstate commerce". place. nickname is 'Shady. the auditors to look over at (three Ievi. l* of space for l.fI(too( say what happen then One_ 'House of the Rising Sun
When a restaurant In Birm. -
Ingham orders a slab of spareribs
(UPIPoundfor from a local wholesalerwho 9 .r
pound. Mickey Rooney has had them shipped In from u
more courage than a kamikaze Omaha, Neb., Is that Interstate
pilot and about as much commerce?
future The Justice Department be.
The Irrepressible Mick challenged gars immediately preparing ap.
television 11 years ago peal paper from the Blrmlng.
in a series titled 'Hey, Mulligan ham decision, plus a requestthat
." It bombed. The little comedian effectiveness of the action
had the misfortune to be held up until an appeal Is
appear opposite the Jackie decided. Use Yoar
Gleason show Justice Hugo Black, who la
This week Mickey returns assigned to handle emergency Charge Accoant t
with another series titled matters from the 5th Circuit
Court of Appeals could grant
"Mickey. And like the kamikaze
pilot heading for certain the stay alone since the full
disaster Rooney and his vehl court Is not In session. For Your Shopping

cle"Dick are Van aimed Dyke opposite Show." the ,tude The they justices want have In all deciding the lati. Convenience WE ARE OPEN 'Til 8 P.M. TONITE

By comparison, David had all
the odds on his side versus Goliath Keystone Cops .
Even Monaco's chancesin P <
a war against Russia look Had NothingOn
better than Rooney challengingVan MEN'S 1500 Yds. Sewing
Dyke, Earlier this year Ga. Police
Van Dyke and company covered
themselves with glory at STRIPED
the Emmy awards, and after AUBURN, Ga. (UPI) The i "CAMEO"
big years on the air the show Keystone Cops would have felt I THREAD $100
has an enormous rating and at home in north Georgia Fully Automatic
loyal following, Thursday night. SPORT
feel Danielin Two squad cars from neighboring : -
Does Mickey like I
the lions denT Like Eddie communities, answeringthe by COATS & CLARK .
Fisher versus Richard Burton? same call, collided at their
Not for a minute. Mickey figures destination, COATS 107, RAYON-20. COTTON
Van Dyke had better Patrolman Barry Slaven of I I
Auburn, investigating a report 1-TIAI llrUCIMINT ftUAIAHTHSingle
worry that a man was shooting his
"I don't expect us to chase home, called the Dacula \ ENTIRE STOCK"Advance"
police 80% Dacron 20% Cotton
Van Dyke off the air, he said, f Control
department for reinforcements
removing his shirt and flexing t v .
Slaven unfortunttely arrived on SIZES ; Double t Twin
his muscles In his dressingroom
the scene the same moment as BIDEMOST Patterns dhJo0
at MGM the Dacula officer GREEN ltd St ,
"But we've got a great show, <'
Slavin said he was just about
and bad better be t
Van Dyke to pull into the driveway of the
real good this season We have home when he blinded :JLLIIdL
was by
a terrific east, writer. and di the headlights of the Dacula Reg.
rectors This is not living room squad car. Slavin said he ; $ 00 LL

comedy Resembles; its outright Mickey slapstick didn't.stopped but the Dacula officer $2250 12 : NOW 3 =

"The character of Mickey Is The Dacula car was reported PRICE
a lot like Mickey Rooney. "damaged beyond immediate NOWaa. 2
Things just don't happen to repair."
him It's the other way round When the officers finally got "STATE PRIDE"Fashion
He happens to things," to their call, they found indications
Sitting there, his animated thtt shots had, Indeed Usa Your Charge Account or Our Layaway ,
feature. in repose, Mickey been fired A bullet was found
looked much as if he were at lodged In a pair of diapers ,*** Towels
an important crossorads of his Louis Ray King was charged )
career. He is, While a beatingby with drunk and disorderly conduct
the brilliant Van Dyke show One Group Boys'Knit MEN'S SOLIDS and STRIPES
would be no disgrace It might

long be a career major blow to Rooney's In A HurryFor Tee Shirts Year-Round WeightSUITS Bath .2 $100

But Mickey has faced other A Reason I
challanges, other crossroads Towels . rot
and he has managed to endure. AMPTHILL, England (UPI) -
Anyhow, you find yourself hopIng Christopher Kenna, who makes By Famous Brand Name
his show is a whopping hit $117.60 a week as a carpenter, (J Hand Towels 3 for $1.00SIZES
You remember Andy Hardy, told magistrates here Thursday
and you're on Mickey's team. that his parents would not give
consent for his marriage to 20. Wash Cloths 6 for $1.00
JOHANNESBURG, South Af year.old Carole Curt 14 to 20. 00 $$% Docron Polyeirer I e e
rlca(UPI)-Bantu adminlstra. Asked why he could not wait
lion offlckl WiDem Steynberff until his 21st birthday, in 10 | 45'/ Wonted WGoIReg.
died Thursday of injuries he received weeks' time, Kenna told them, SIZES )6 to 42 ;
Wednesday when the car "I want to get the tax relief."
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I Winter Haven Dally News-Chief Today's AYS TAPPED" THE MAIN STREAM-- ? Letter To The Editor -I|IPH

W E' RYNSRSON, Editor ubllther, Al' r1rt
JOHN W RYNtftSON. Aimtent; t. the ublliher l'' r,
}tlb S'y + yi r Editor: Gill's report would qualify

P.MIthod daily (o.ept Saturday) by the Winter Ha.an CommentaryBy ? Appeerimt In the Sunday.I.JIIe I.- these books of right.wing ti

ubllihUo C.., liic. 124 3rd Street, NW. Winter H...", Florid. i "1 I .. ,r 01 the Lkl.nd LedllfrW'I tremism as examples of
ty1n y arttcte' hi the editorial modern political fiction
DPI Foreign Newt Analyst column that I felt should be Obviously the editorial eau

JACK IEAHAN Aiteci.te Edit. Not the l lead of United States hrouRfit to the attention of the referring to the books, Nonf

PETER J. SULLIVAN Advortteing M...,., and British concern over Cyprus people Below Is the article Dare Call It Tre.lOn"'nd 'A

U the mounting Communist exact context. Choice, Not an Echo" I would

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE influence there, having *i FANTASY like to know how the editorial
Shennoi I Attocietol, Inc. CIIlco,., III. books
I ill nucleus the island's own Cvnically distorted can assume that these bookiare

Enttrcd as Second Class Merit l MoHor S.pt i, H24 et the Pest Office well-organied Communist par of the US far right are beIng Just fantasy or product

in Winter He.en, Fiend. under act of March 2, I 117 ty end mi.de respectable by sold and given away in of the authors' imagina'loo

.... President Archbishop Makario Lakeland and Polk County. when practically every word
.. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU open flirtation with Moscow Among charges that Communists has been documented for the

A '(." \' In Nicosia, the capital, Soviet are enlisting p ychiatristi reader's information

;. .: OF CIRCULATIONS Ambassador Pavel K. YelmoMi- = t.IY t. and psychologiststo In the second paragraph ot
... .... -- ._ in becomes the man of the sS pHr "brainwash" all of us, the article, it tells the readerto
-- -- -- MEMBER hour, while US and British the books make reference to read Mr. McGill'a colum in

Active Member UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL representatives find themselves ip4 a certain mister meeting today's paper and Mr Mc.

f NATIONAL' EDITORIAL The Unit.d Pr... >. ent,tied, te the vie regularly damned not only by held In St. Simon Island, Gill would make a remarks

ASSOCIATION roc rapublicat of ill loco) ntwi printed the Cypriot press but by Maka. v, Georgia, seven years ago ble confession and give 'Jie de
In This n.wip.p.r .. well ei ell UPI rios himself. hundreds of
.144 ti' ta Among the tails of the infamous occasion

-- --. _. --"NJWI-ip.tch.i- _--- And while Makarlos as a American "traitors" In attendance After reading Mr McGiU's ar

ADVERTISING DEADLINE churchman must oppose com were New York tide, I found I was well in ,
CLASSIFIED :PARTMENTIOy : munism, he has made it equally Gov Nelson Rockefeller, formed about the
the Word S P.M. Previeui Day, By the Inch ) P.M. Previeui Day.L.a.l clear that he will deal with Arthur Schlesinger removal ot
Notices i : S PM envious Day Sunday Edition, Deadlin.i Friday anyone who might help him Historian Carmine G DeSapio from of. I
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT:; Jr. and Gardner CowlesJr. tidal New York City politics, ,
crush his Turkish
Sundey Edition-1 P.M. Thursday; Monday Ed tien-1 P.M. Friday; Cypriot op. .. father of the Ledger'lpublisher. but I found nothing referring a ato

Tu.lJay Edition-Neen Saturday; W.dneidey, Thursday end Friday position. the Sea Island meeting
Edi.iou-J F.M. Two Days ill Advance As for the Communist partyof Another sinister figure in This article )'
-- -- ----- Cyprus it Is the only t +, thoroughly .
i.South.; .,. N-; ;;;., Publishers Association cal party worthy of the name aV t,. ,ti the group of kingmaker, misleading and any editor ''i,
Member Florida Press Auocietion r s i it now turns out was Ralph that would disregard the fact 1
on the island It it tightly organized
--- -- ----
-- well McGill, the notorious publisher that the Communists could be il
SUBSCRIPTION RATES disciplined and
*H** of the Atlanta Constitution -
Iv Carrier or Mail run by men trained in Moscow 5f using our mental health facile

Year, 111.20; 4 months, $9.10: ) months. $4.SS: I month, $1.SS; and taking their orders from Mr. McGill In a remarkable ties for their propaganda purposes .

weekly, ,!Ji cents. Single Copiot: Daily I centi: Sunday. 10 centi there confession, relatesin In such a manner that "I
-- ---- Its membership Is estimatedat his column today the details one would feel he was almost
TELEPHONE CYprou ) 211 C' '
around 10,000 but it also controls j .; of the infamous occasion laughing at the idea I Is either
r "
k. .' The column I Is recommended mixed.up or an example of
labor unions with an estimated : i
A For Today 30,000 members, or about ,- r ;..rter w. for any reader who left-wing extremist.
; half of the Island's organized doubts the Imaginative talents Mrs David Lamar Phelps

labor force of the authors. Mr Me- I

"Which Holy/ Spirit) is the earnest (down/ payment Further in contrast to the

guarantee) of our inheritance, until (lookingto Red rightist organizations labor and youth, opposing groupsare this Gen., and Charles Is developing DeGaulle his knows own ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

) the redemption of the purchased possession, unto considered both 111.trained small atomic weapons. Evidently

the praise of Hu glory." Eph. I :U and badly disciplined. Project AlertBy he does not care, or dare, WDIO-TY WFlA.TY wn.TY WTYT.TY

The 'earnest" is a commercial term med for Turkish sources, admittedly risk the fortunes of France, C..I c......., S Cbasel 1 c........ 11CIS
biased, estimate that 40 per and does not trust the United NBC ABC CISOdude

money paid down in pledge that the full contract will cent of all Greek Cypriots have MAJOR AL LONG States to come to his rescue In ,...,. Odade ,...,.
be carried out in due time.Dr.. Albert L. Carnett Communist connections. time of peril. -
And, while moving cautious. Will conditions change as long Friday NIGHT Sept. 18

ly, the party has been attempt AnalystONLY as we have many men, in the .

News Chief EditorialsA ing to capitalize on its new pens in case of an emergency, administration in high places 4:00-Newi Newt, Sperli. AIC News Pulie N... -
found popularity. GOD WILL DESTROY this might bring about an all of trust, who do not believe too 415-Sperti. Wlher Weelher News. Weather 51'."", Wthar
A party declaration accused THE WORLD atomic strongly in the Bible, and who 4:JO-CIS Mawi NIC News The lig Movie CIS News
that would
Hero's Monument. the US, of plotting to over the entire world." destroy have their own private Ideas as 4:41-CIS N... NIC News Gunmen CBS News
"We walk by faith, not by to who the --
throw Makarlos and of pursuing may possibly destroy
could be further from 7:00-l..4'-.. W.Ik" The Rebel
Nothing Office
Hans Puhl! American sight. (2 Corinthians :
week an Chap S
Last Sergeant world?
i goal from which Washingtoncould
7. the truth IF you believe In the 711SWy. Earp "Alo., Com V.. Hells The Rabal
verse )
soldier, defied the butchers of the communist East "profit from the chaos It Is to be Bible. The Bible plainly states It Is high time administra. 7:30-Adv.ntyrei Jo....' Tab Hunter The Greet

Germany army, and at great risk to his own life rescued that would follow" people of hoped all faiths many will Christian take that God and not mere man will lion STOP, indictments this scar, and talk show, excuses _145-. Per.diie__' Dan Durvaa._ .!Kathryn Grunt Adventure

life A party protest that its mem heart In their belief In the Bible destroy the world, In due time, Adv.nturci Coo Th. .i Marie Par II
a man who wanted to flee the sordid in bens banned the world some REAL leadership 6 00- Gary par e
were being from after watching the crowning of and the Bible tells EXACTLYhow backbone and .:Ii- In Paradise Lor.M. Young The lie; Movie Daniel loom.
that satellite country. The East German let it be known the armed forces drew from "Miss America" at Atlantic the world will be destroyed. Instead of using, the "atomic, 8:JO-(tout, ii lob Hope Add.mt family Rout ii

that he would make an attempted bicak. He was shot Makarios a promise that any City, Saturday eve Sept.12,1964. All those who claim they scare" as pure political |:45-Route ii Theatre Add.mi Family Route ii
such discrimination would -- -- --- -- -- --
be believe In the Bible should know
down by the communists, but not hurt badly. The ended. The contest was won bya this. "chicanery." "Oo-R.u. 66 Bob Hope Valentines Day Ro... 14
21-year-old Arizona beauty, "All I have seen teaches me 5:15-Reute: 66 Theatre V.I..ill.'s Day Rosh 11
realized that he could help and instead! of Within Makarlos The Bible states "There will
American own government Vonda Kay Van Dyke, with brown to trust the Creator for all I 9Jo-Twilih.: Zone O. Parade 12 O'Clock Senate Barr,
the wounded to ribbon are believed to be a hair and be wars, and rumors of wars"before Ione Hih Geldester
letting the butchers cut man brown eyes. Miss VanDyke have not seen. 9:4I-Twilih.: O. h.eI.
\ number of Communist the final destruction takes -
--- -
party Is an ardent student of the
Ralph Waldo Emerson.Almanac .
started small war all of his own. 120'Clock Alfred
a members., Bible and carried a small Bible place. As these lines are 10:00-Alfr.d: Small

He defied the Berlin Wall, a sad reminder that The geographical location of with her all during the contest. being written, there are wars lOlo-Alf.d 10:11- Hitchc.ck Small Tewn, USA For"Hih, .,'. Alfred Hitchcotk

to make communism work people must be forced V> Cyprus in the eastern Mediter AP release In The Miami News, all over this world and not a 10:45Hitahock Tewn, USA Daughter Hitchc
single atomic has been
ranean, Its relationship to weapon _
surveillanceby Sunday, Sept. 13, 1964, reports
under constant
live behind barricades NATO and Makarios's new re "Goldwater Here We Go" she used. 11:00-N.wi News 5p.. Wlr N.wilm News loots

armed guards. He wanted freedom. But where our latlons with Moscow have produced exclaimed at that time, referring Both sides possessed poisongas 11:15' -Spartt, Wilier Temght Show feral, WtKar Wlh.r. llir.ilII ;
(and of It By United Press International Shock Th...,. FrldoyNiH""
Ironies to the plenty ) during << I I:30-Thaatroof fenieM Show
j own hero comes in is that he too valued freedom, As a spokesman for Greek from her state presidential, Republican nominee War n. Neither side used gas Today Is Friday, Sept. 18, the 11:41-1 | the Stan Tonight Show Shock Theatre Movie

especially AS a former German citizen. He wa* ready Cypriots, Makarios frequently Barry Goldwater. Mill VanDyke for fear of swift retaliation. 262nd day of 1964 with 104 to -

to sacrifice his life so that the East German could has called for union with Is (36-24-36). In the near future look for follow Saturday MORNING Sept. 19
a drift away from a threat of The moon is approaching its .
get out of bondage. We feel that he should have a Greece. a neuclear war, by all nations, full phase -
Yet a condition of Soviet aid It Is high time all Christian 7:00-Summer The Uncle Summer
monument or a least a medal. We further fit I that if Bible believing Americans stop and more stress placed upon 7:I IS- Samaitar Bruce Show Na..i Sam.itar
I would bulldoze that wall down as laid ;tnh by Nikita abandon Khrushchev ': being scared about a general the "foot soldier" and conven- The morning stars are Mer 7:JO-Deputy D.w, The Uncle RFD MdMS W.lly Gator
we had any guts we Is should Venus and Mars
atomic brae and believe tional weapons, both of which : -Deputy D.wg gnu Shew Florida W.lly G.torTh
up, _..
and see what would happen next. the union with GreeceAn EXACTLY In the contents since the advent of history, The evening star is Saturn
9 00-Captain Undo' H.m.r { C.pt.ln
obvious Soviet goal U to have always born the brunt of Those born today are under *
of the Bible without equivocation. -
8:IS- Kangeroe Bruce Show the Jungle K.ng.reo
prevent NATO to battle. the sign of Virgo
Some few mothers are I:30-Captain The Uncle Major Mercury Capta.nMeier
Last Tuesday Night. Cyprus as would occur under saying "If In overall armed Until the threat of atomic 1:4SKoegaree:: Bruce Shew Mercury K.",.,..
Greek union, and to neutralize forces commander had the auth- war Is eliminated, a great ma- On this day In history: .
We listened to a speech by Senator! Barry Gold- British bases already there ority to use small atomic wea- jority of high ranking military In 1850, Congress passed the t:00-Alvin Shew Circa loy Major, Mercury Alvin Sh.w

water, presidential aspirant, delivered last Tuesday --- men (who too, have loved ones Fugitive Slave Act, allowing a f:I IS-Alvm Show Circa Bay Major M.rcwry Alvin Show
10 Tenneiiea4S .......
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of their back home think with
own ) slave-owner a certificate of
night in St. Petersburg He talked on morality in our 9: Tiinede Ruff and R.ddy Major Mercury Tu...*
the overall armed forces
com ownership to reclaim any lave
lives and government. He talked about Ideals.!! He The Lighter SideBy mander In the field should have who escaped into another state. 10:00-OulcV Draw Hector -Supermen;;; -- Quick Drew'

talked straight and without bombast. His talk made the authority to use small 10:I IS- McGraw Ho.thcote Superm.n McGrawMighty

atomic weapons, usually (one In 1851, the New York Times 1030: -Mighty: Mouse Fireball XL.1F.r.ball Annie Oakley M....
homeeie fundamental
sense. The points he hammered I04S: -M ghty Memo M..
DICK WENT: megaton and not powerful published its first issue > XL 1 Annie Ookley Mighty '_
not only to the operation of government but coal ,grill, but that Is a very enough to destroy a city) in
I'nltrd PITHS International unreliable medium. You can 11 :00-Rm Tin Tm Dennis New Casper Pie Tin Tin
In 1927 the Columbia Broadcasting
who elected to on our One ofShakespt'are'l case of sudden surprise attack 11 :I I1-R: Tin Tin
for those individually are carry WASHINGTON (UP1))- be sure whether someone ? Th. M.nece C.rt.oni Rm Tm Tin
say, against NATO In Europe. System went on the air II:10-Roy Rogers
plays has I line Fury loony I Cecil Rey Roger
governmental affairs. Is trying to tell you something If communications were out of with a basic network of 16 stations (11.45. -Roy Regan Fury buy C.cll Key Roger
that reads as fol.
The more we see and listen to this man the more lows or whether he simply left the order to, and from the United "
barbecued ribs on the coats too States, the President and high AFTERNOON
we like him. If he'll keep on his present course, stay "Speak ye the speech I pr.ythre long ranking cabinet members could In 1961, UN Secretary.General

away from any of the "me too" thinking that Eisenhower trippingly on the tongue If every neighborhood had It. not be contacted, a few minutes, Dag Hammarskjold was killed 12:00-Uy: King TlA Bugs .unny Sky King
have themselves for if ye mouth it. as many of own town crier It would solve hour In retaliation in plane 12II-Uy: King TlA Bug .unny Sky King
approves, this nation would a or one delay a crash In northern 12:10 -CIS N.ws Florida CIS News
do I had lief the H.I.y
ye players as
this problem nicely The crier could well defeat Rhodesia
mean our .
12:45-1as bill
feel that the time has Gard.nbd H.pp.r Diny Dun
fine We strongly come
president. town lines
crier spake my could go around ringing his bell and the loss of all Europe. -

to get out of the middle of the road on many questions.We Me and Alfie Howard resent and making important announcements If the communist did attack I:Oo-lo..b.1I Pre-Game Sh.w TlA Inaball

have gotten into a rut on the liberal side which that remark Me and old Alfie such ai: NATO forces in Europe by surprise A thought for the day: British IJo-I :II- at Kansas Nw City York F..tlo.1I TlA Kansas City
don't like anyone casting apertons "Oyei1! oyei oyez! I am with small atomic weapons statesman Winston Churchillonce S.M.U n. Amaslcun vs. New Yerk
extends back for 32 years it's time we get back on at town criers this '145-.10.11: Florida laedetaed Bnebdl
commanded to announced that would not necessarily said: "It Is better to be

better ground. That is because me and Alfie Dick West who lives In the redbrick Involve the entire world. muchas making the news than taking It; 2:00-.b.1I: Fe.tbdl Amarlcae gueball

have a plan going to make home on the corner It Is prattled about.The Bible to be an actor rather thana 1-.10.11 Fo.tlo.1I ladstaed Baseball

town crying a big thing again would like to borrow a cup of mentions "wars, and rumors of critic" 2Jo-.Io.11: Fo.tlo.1I Wrestling Baseball

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School Council Plans Girls Club MeetingThe Council Okays (JohnsonContinued From Pas One) Rotary Club Washington Episcopal Bishop I

He didn't 1'\l'n mind the sore

Winter Haven Girls n,'.i3 and p. in in his finger
Holds MeetingAt Club will hold Its opening Budget For which resulted from handshakes Hears Talk OnCooperatives Rebukes
Rev. Francis Sayre Jr.
meeting< of the 196446 year with hundred of supporters -
Monday. most of them in Sacramento
from I altf, where he climaxed his -
Lake All club members
AlfredAn Girl ScoutsThe I travels Thursday The only WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The choices than the Dean ..... television. must have felt I Iko
Snively Lake SIll... Eagle
schools dampener literally was the Episcopal bishop of Wsshinglon "I 1 would prefer to jMSige the when they were finally thrust t
Informal) breakfast Like and Brigham Heart rain which marred his trip has administered what amounts candidates In the forthcoming into exile
of of .
officers, and are urged to come Mondayand Florida Girl Wednesday Vancouver and Speaking before Rotary yes to a public rebuke. to the Very election on I the basis .f their He said each convention wa:
representative registerFour. Scout Council, meeting In terday noon R. V ( Red Phil. Rev Francis B tayrt Jr for for inurMttonalpeace dominated by single
of Lake Alfred the border community of programs a man
School Council Junior High Haines City approved a budget Blaute, Wain It was there he lips. general manager of the asserting tNt the American and humn rlfHt and. "the one, a man of dangerous
was held this of $42,830 for council ac signed papers implementing the Hines City Cooperative. told people face a "sterlte choice' for the alleviation .| IMMMMod Ignorance and. devastating uncertainty

classes morning at the school before PortableClassrooms tivlties in the coming year (median American Columbia the Winter Haven club members in the preakhMltol election rather than OR die. basis. ; the other a man

started and made plans for future ac River treaty the facts on the nature The Rt Rev William F csf questionable anatyaes of whose public house is splendid

Next week the first formal tlvities! Including the annual !But the weather and the of all cooperatives Creighton commented Thursdayon their personal characters" In IN every appearance. but

meeting. when yearly plans meeting Nov. 10 In Winter Ha. crowds were grand In Sacramento "A cooperative la a legal a sermon given last Sundayby The bishop said he did not whose private lack of ethic

win be discussed will be held. At venA Johnson treated a huge entity organised for the purpose Father Sayre dean of Wash believe thai .America*. have must t inevitably Introduce tcr

Officers are-: President Winter Haven Girl Scout crowd in front of the state Cap!. of furnishing. at coot ington Episcopal Cathedral The a sterile choice in this elec miles at the very foundation

Sara Hanks: first vice president was nominated at a candidate tot to revelations about two Roods or services to Its pa. dean is a grandson of I'resi tion." On the contrary, he said, We stare fascinated at the

Markel Beddingfield: for the annual International new defense against sneak attack Irons, its patron members or dent Woodrow VUlaon "there are some forthright alternatlves forces that have produced ,ucha

second vice president Janis Lake ShippFour Conference next year patron stockholders It Is an Speaking from the Cathedral) that are being clearly sterile choice for us Frus; 'a

Rublnas: secretary, Marcia which will be held In Meri One is a pair of ,,'uponaIY" association of two or more pulpit. Dean Sayre told his 101gregalhm ; expressed In the current hon and a federation of hosii i

Stewart: treasurer Sari co. Kay Ting U the local tents to wipe out bomb.carrying persons or firms, which Is designed the voters faced a campaign ties in one party, and, in the
Sprinkle. portable classroom nominee announced by Mrs satellites thai might later orbit to jointly provide the bleak choice between "a man In his sermon Dean Sayre other behind a goodly facade

Representatives elected I are required to house studentsat Forrest Judy. Leslie Lorenzof the earth The other is a radar members with goods or services of dangerous Ignorance. and said many Americana, viewingthe only a cynical manipulation afpower
I from the school's nine rooms School, where Shipp enrollment Elementary has Minneola was nominatedfor system that "sees" over the in a way that will bring devastating uncertainty on the two party conventions on "

f are Kim Brown Mary Deck hit 499 students, about 50 more the All States meeting to horlaon, providing tip-offs to greater benefits to the members one hand and on the other a

f pr, William Ford. Nancy than had been anticipated when be held in North Carolina distant missile launching with. than they could achieve cynical manipulator of power
Gladden; Phillm Johnson Kay school opened. Both applications will be forwarded in a matter of seconds individually" said Phillips who has displayed" "a private Gladys KeepsContinued Union, Ford

; Loveland. Frank Norton Deb One portable had been set up to the regional office Thursday was Johnson's 300th In discussing<< the reason for lack of ethic. (Continued From Pegs On)
diy in office Even though he In statement issued in ( From Page One)
jj orah Pond Ray Sirah. Pelinda before school opening, added to of the Girl Scouts of Americain having cooperatives. and how a retpom eludes standard retirement at
Smith, Betsy In consideration disavowed any partisan Inten to Inquiries., Bishop push heavy sess against the 60 with benefits totaling
Snively, one already use. Two more Atlanta for they are organised, the speaker age pension
I lions and paid repeated tributes Creighton Ilk! coastline
; Monica Stoneklne.< Debbie Sut- were moved onto the school Mrs Bernice Holm of Bar- said that the strength of : trendy has been 70 per cent of a worker
to Republicans he acted muchof "I do not agree with the sub battered by Owl! and Dora this
J ton. Regina Tlppett and Son grounds yesterday tow, chairman of the By.Laws the time like the active campaigner the organization comes from base pay or a maximum of
stance of the Dean's .
II Varnadoe James T. Grant Jr., principal sermon year. $400 month At 55 the
Committee, made a recommendation he |Is for a full four. being united In a common effort per
Perhaps I have however Indicationsare
more confl present
said some grades will haveto worker retire and
t Alternated are Cindy Brat. that the bylaws be brinna about better can receivean
t.rm.Jethnson merchandising
dence Ihr.t
year in the American people'sability the leading edge of
ton, Tom Cum b I e. Tina be combined temporarily to revised adding fonr more never mentioned his buying and servicins to make sloe political gale winds will still be 100 or acturlally reduced portion of
handle the
extra pupils.Testing
I I Frank Karen Harvey Laurie of students In the first, second, members and representationfrom Republican opponent, Sen Bar < DOwn than done on an Individual more miles i l off the United the pension that would total out

I Harvey, Sandra Harvey Barbara fourth and fifth grades has been all counties In the council ry M, Goldwater The Ariiont basis and at a much States mainland by Sunday to the same amount as the
worker who retires at eo, but
lanning, Mardie Missir- completed preparatory to set In addition to this recommendation senator a week ago visited two lower cost Area Death morning" an advisory said

Ian and Steve Tyndall ting up combination (rade.. the board will also of the points on Johnson's itinerary "A cooperative. such as At U a.m EST Gladys was would rather be paid than over a 10 year
period five
These classes will be composedof recommend at the annual Seattle and Sacramento. ours Is a non profit organliation MRS. FIJZIBFTII CXWOR centered bout 77J miles east of The basic pension
who close In delegate meeting that the But the President touched Miami and about the same distance company's
students are Its membership Is open .
U. S. Mrs Elisabeth Connor benefits to be Increased from
Develops ability and achievement neighborhoods will have at heavily on two of the biggest and needing Its service from the North Carolina
anyone 82, of Auburndale died $2 IS month of service to
least four meetings a in issues separating him i nd Gold. coast, near latitude 26.4, longitude per
(Continued From Page One) year can Join. At the savings
afternoon In Au. month
yesterday an $4 IS of
stead of five. water One is the question of 67.6 It was moving toward per per year
prepare for our retaliatorystrike CounterfeitersInclude Mra Robert Winter nuclear armi control. The other result from the operation, all burndale rest home.A the west.northwest al 9 m.p h. service, up to SO years The
and more time to decide Eastman. la U S. military preparedness.Goldwater who help make It. share in native of Adalrville. Kyahe ., The season seventh tropical company then draws from a
chairman s
Haven of the
prudence and reason the Three ----- It. saM Phillips came to Auburndale from twister has supplemental fund to boost the
scope of our retaliatory strike" Nominating Committee, presented The speaker said that one Ft Pierce five years ago northwest course persisted since on Monday a pensions to TO per cent of hi,
he said. State the following names to of the biggest misstatements base
EmployesLITTLE Mrs. Conner taught school in despite several! weather bureau pay.
Defense experts said that In fill an uncxpired term as (Continued From Page One) cornel from an often quoted Bartow and Mulberry, and) predictions It would turn to- When the worker reaches 65

devising defenses against an or ROCK Ark (UPI-) members of that committee: (House than President Kennedy phrase, "co.ops don't pay taxes was a principal In Lake Alfred ward the northward the supplement cuts out and

biting hydrogen bomb the object Four men including three Highway Mrs Charles Lorenz of Lees- spent In the tame period of ," which Is entirely untrue. prior to her retirementIn the pension Is reduced to only

would be the same as for Department employeswere burg Mrs R A. Riley of 1963 "We pay property taxes 1942. the basic rate plus socisl sec
arrested Thursday night Deals, Mrs Ernest Lorenz of excise taxes, school taxes and unity benefits
defenses against an oncoming "The man who promised to A graduate of Kentucky Test VehicleContinued
enemy bomber or ballistic missile and charged with counterfeitingmoney Minneola Mrs. Mayo Fenchel save us millions Is putting us many other taxes The law of State Normal College. she did Ford workers will receive i
on state printing of Lakeland, Mrs. R A. Rileyof deeper into debt by billions. 1902 clarifying the position of graduate work at Columbia ( From Page One) wage Inrrease of IS per cent

presses Frostproof and Mrs Rich "K\eryday L'ndon Johnson the cooperatives made It quite University In New York at the major victories in this nstlon's of their hourly pay or 6 cents
That Is, the systems must de ard Scovil of Umatilla. These an hour, whichever Is
A Highway Departmentsaid has been spending an average plain that the government University of Florida In $80 billion>> man to the'moon pro greater
ted its presence, plot its course the men worked technicians names will appear on the ballot of $10 million more than would got all Income taxes, if Gainesville, and at Appalachian : beginning September, 186J The
and Intercept it with a device for the department as : and at the annual meeting to his predecessor," Goldwater any owed It patrons' say State Teachers College In gramAn added note of confidence factor Increases to 11 per cent
which could destroy it. he held In the First Presbyterian or 7 rents an hour, In
Septemher -
used Its equipment to make the said. Ings resulting from their Boone. N.C. I i. the super booster Itself, already
They said the problem is bills Church here Nov. 10. He saki "Lyndon Johnson has membership In the cooperative Her husband, A. B. Connor, a gem of reliability that 19M! The first year's wag

eased somewhat in the case of The annual cookie sale will spent $5.5 billion more in his belongs to them not the who died In 1941, was a form. has racked up six success In Increase has been deferred to

satellites because they must be be held Feb 26 to March 15. first eight months in office than firm operating capital has er Polk Codnty School Superintendent as many tries The eight.engine pay for fringe benefits

placed-temporarily at least Orville FreemanContinued The International Juliette Franklin Roosevelt In the first to be taken from the savings Mra Connor wii inactive cluster Is the basis of the technology Ford ssld an additional Icent
Low Gathering will be held at of his administra an hour will b* added to
in a reasonable predictable orbit right years and authorized by the patrons member of the First (hat will build mightier
Once detected, their path ( From Page One) Griffin State Park in Leesburg lion and finally It sets out specifically Baptist Church of Ft Pierce rockets to carry astronauts on the base hourly wage rates eftft'ctivi
March 7. "And we used to think that rehearsal flight Into earth Sept i. 1966 after hourly
around the earth can be pre agricultural men at the Lakeland that there must ha no She Is survived by one or '
Club. Mrs Ferd Merta of Lake. Roosevelt' was a treetpender' loss the because bit and, ultimately, to the moon rates have been adjusted by
dieted and, In theory, they can ) Yacht and Country tax to government daughter, Mrs Vivian Utsey the .
he Id. Improvement factor Increaae
be "shot down" by simply placing Conner Is slated to introduce land, in the absence of Don it of the type of operation of Bsrtow; one son A. B Itself.
the earth.launched defense the U.S. secretary at a Smith of Leesburg fmsncechairman As to Johnson's assertion that ," said Phillips (Beverly" Connor of Winter -More InformsIon on the .
federal would be held 1
device in their pathMcN'imiri banquet marking the formal presented the 1965 payrolls The speaker said that his Haven; and two grtndehildrcn stresses" of heat .nclll'rOl1yftam.
budget Mrs Joe K Hayspresident down Goldwater said that "in Ic forces the Apollo Capsule itself F
closing on the 21st annual con organization had been In en'istence LOOK! !
said the new ra- ; the first seven months of this must be built to wlthntand
vention of Florida Fruit & 5TI4led. s for M It employes will b.
Funeral service
der system would approximately year federal employment has years This shot also was designed asa ON AM II
double the warning time In Vegetable Association at Miami raised 18.339 persons" He said 450 to 500 persona durIng held at 3 p m Sunday at the test of the escape! tower 01 TOUR

event of a missile attack He Beach that evening. Walkout Set Johnson. "who promised economy the peak of the season Baird Funeral I !Home of Ft. mechanism that would save the KINTUCKT MHO CHICIIN

said it would increase this In announcing Secretary has added 2.BOO person The annual payroll Is In excess Pierre with the RtV. FayHte aetroniuti If their rocket blew'
warning time minutes to half Freeman's visit.i Rutledge (Continued From Page One) to the public payroll every of one million dollars and L. Hall, pastor of the First up beneath them Bonus BuckIAlC'ntc..1

an hour said, "He has been a staunch gy along this line would likelybe month represents the Urgent payrollIn Baptist Church of Ft Pieces

"This radar will provide de. friend of Florida citrus and he countered by railroad Imposition llalnea City official,. Burial will be in

tection of missiles within seconds was especially helpful to our of new work rules And Manager Phillips said that Ft Pierce" Cemetery

of launch it a distance of growers and our Industry In that probably would lead to a New York he was proud of the fact that Oil! Lsughlln Funeral Home

several thousand miles," the helping to block the infamous total shutdown of the lines in the people of the orianlistlon was In charge of local arrange

defense chief said Virgin Islands tariff dodging the negotiations more than carry their part In mfnI.!. %,
McNanrara said the new radar deal. We are extremely community affalra"Cooperatives .

system bounces signals off pleased at this opportunity to Major railroads not InvolvedIn Stock ReportNEW I by contract Hospital News
the dispute include the Pennsylvania
the Ionosphere. He placed the express our thanks to him asa and with their patrons, agree to
development cost at more than group. I know his message, Long return pro rate! everything TIIURSIWH ADMISSIONS Rc.
$50 million so far. It will pro which will deal with tariffs Southern. YORK (UPD-Midday) above the cost of operation U Inter Haven, rarn r :rrrr.r

vide additional warning of any and other problems directly af The major Issues are whetherthe stock prices Any business tin do the same Mrs Robert F Paulk, Mrs,

bomber attack, as well aa a fecting the grower as well as railroads should be allowed Alabama Gas 3114 thing If It choose," said the Sidney T VanDyke, Mr.
missile strike, he said problems relating to other to subcontract their maintenance American ('an Co. 43% speaker Hugo C Sims James R. Hardy 1

Under questioning, McNamara Florida agricultural and Industrial and repair work, and Jurisdiction American Motors 17'" It wai pointed out that In Oliver R. Monaco Jr ,

said he did not believe the enterprises, will be of over particular jobs American Sugar 191oto 1SI4 ate Ford Motor Co announced Mrs Jennie J Lancaster
Soviet Union htd such radar such of air hoses, American T Ie T 119'" .
great significance"A publicly that If It sold Mrs Ellis Stanfleld Mn Je*
yet. But he laid the Russians American Tobacco 35%
crowd I If anticipated each *<' K Rlchhurg Mrs Mervlnn
capacity 300,000 ran purchaser
no doubt would perfect it with. The unions also were seeking Anaconda
in a few years for both events, Including protection against layoffs be. Babcock Is Copper Wilcox :: would receive a refund of $30. Murphy Frank Sparrow,

The Army's satellite killer\ leaders of the citrus, vegetable cause of changes in technology Borden Foods 71 The court held that this was Mis Valerie S Royal, Mas
and industriesand tsxsble income to the tee Johnny D Alexander, Miss
weapon(: Is an extension of the phosphate reorganization and other Briggs Manufacturing Ce. 1%. not
state and officials but taxable Debra K !Spiles Master Rob-
Nike Zeus anti missile missile city changes. Disc tngton Industries StCarolina Ford company was
Income to the recipient crt R Paulk Jr.
Power & Light 40veChesapeake
I III Konlhf'HM I'la/n
Bob Welsh was program Aubarlltla"William
and Ohio 11"
chairman for the day and In I, Sheffield/ Mr to pr\1 you with
Chrysler OIIrpau. 61%
II Anna Mae fOfh Donald convenient bniiUInu, facllltUmCI
'tt. N
.. Service Oil Ce.O 71% traduced the speaker <
I >c.oIa: e. USOIII Ed Jones aponaor of James Phillip, Mrs Clayton Jackson .

Palmotive Co. 41M1o Lyons helped with the Induction T N Pool, James D. Sow JJJ,

Cone MIHe ao of the new member Into Nail Mrs Shirley R. Norman,

iMTD.TAINMIMTf11CTHTLY Continental Can 49% the rlub President George Mrs W T Reeve, Master I ISC KING

Coils Wright 11'10 MulHn completed" the Induction Larry D. McCoy Jr.

Dow Chemical 71% ceremonies. The president Polk fit, lleKulurChtekItaj I "Account

DII Pont 261'" slso reminded the members Carl B. !Stephens HM'rlal ('.It-<'kln.r Aromuitd
BJO Ieis I Eastern. Air IJnes n% of the official visit of the Fade. lake
d.R. Eastman Kodak 1"-- District Governor C. W Mc Mrs Prince K ThorntonJr

Ford Motor Ce. 51'" Intyre on Oct. 1. Edward B Burger SAVINGS

General Electric save Guests of the dub were Introduced TlIl'UnU"llwnmUIAWln"'r
General Motors 99% by Herb Letts and Haven Ih'.rulllr HsvlnKwCtrtolanns

General Telephone love Robert !Siaufer IBM Notes Master Theodore Cheaser, Club HAlvl..".
Georgia raclftc Corp 19.. and Comments, BIB Simanton Austin Cox. Robert A. Davis
Goodrich Rubber 51.%. Introduced those having birthdays Mrs WlHIsm R Day. Wilbur CnrtlflCHlei of icZe"sit

(Goodyear Rubber 48 during the past week O Fnns Mrs George 1.,
I Ia
COCKTAIL LOpgel Golf OR Corp 18% Members of the Interact Fields and Infant daughter, LOANSIliotiillliiriit

\\Iltnoit Central QgK dub from Winter Haven High Mr. Wray A. Hammer and

Indian lead MIlk 16_ School present were exchange Infant son Mrs Robert B I..IIIIIM

International Harvester 63% student llahik Soydan of Turkey Hancock. Mr*. Clyde' N Johnson MortuiiU" IXMIII

nterthemlnl Corp. 35Mernatlenal Dennis Frailer and Francis Jr., Mrs. Richard Jones '
Nlcbl '1nt.rnau.n.1 % IVrMOMIll f MIIIMHIMSCIAI.
getter.Citrus Mrs. Gladys Lowe, Mrs "'

T 1. T few James 0 P-,. Mr*. James

'Ohltt a..UIe saw J. Schmidt, Mr. B. F. Shaw, ; SISKVICISSHnfc
IKenneeett Copper II% Museum Miss Debra G Spires, Mrs

,Koppers Ce. 4N fCoeuoued from Page On) Tom Thayer and (Infant son, Ut'JHII1t HOXOM

KNee, Ce. S41oto According to museum records Mr*. W R V*--"hn and .Infant
"'beed Aircraft 19% ask, daughter Early L. War TrR"e1Je. ChrckssTRUST
PaP some 211,01)
)/( Lerard Tltco 441eMeetk persona registered al the malt.ley ren. Miss Judy Yon
4k Ce NMledle In lilt almost II tears of Its Facto Lake si': llVICI S

South Utihties 4.% etistenee, including visitors Mrs Raymond Bush

I..nt.t w.aeali%1 from S4 fcrelcn countries Pert SI. I.. Ily A|>lM>lntm
Meeeeenaey Ward 17'40.I "ProtaMr twice that number Mile LMa D. Carey,
NKien) Mfwsm 44"i, of persons visited the museum Lake Alfred

'.nlMll: t Ptrtw" $Mto i, dura* UM yare, but tolled to Master PUMP L. Dennis,
J. e. Feeney 5e"i register," PM **td.
Mr David WBe sad Want
.......,..a... RaIlroH 31-. The .....*.*lr renovaVntisewm eqMsAN'
son. Mr*. Hales A. Xing. Mr*.
Peel Cola BotdMC IdpblI. will be a pert of tbglani
... ..om. tI > new Fieri* CHrus Nay:- L. T. Myer
AekvrwlaleMr .
.. pftl...... Saw i CAM eom...Us which .U under
R..fIJIor Steel 50"- constrveiiM on Cypress Gar- JvMh Gaston, Mr. 0.

R.Mt -T"acee 430e dupe JII.a4., T HowsrdIJjbmCWy.

Seaboard 1I%
Air u.
Sean Roebuck 1Utekadaar rWIID'ITO<'U Mr*. Curtis C Harris and
I\e6HIc 436s Here are the 1 p m closings! infant da*,M r. 'N. EIVICAJV
on Fiends stocks as reportedby
bonny Mobil .% BarUwMr NATIONAL DANK
Frasxi I dvPont and C*. *. Benjamin' O Kay
IeutMra 0....., 11%
Air Control 21'H Mr*. Gene R a..nd infant
5cMJIen Railway N ioulsaaar Plata Msnaca r 1 1 eFriday
Sperry Rand 14% Tampa Electric tH daughter
Florida Telephone aH
ItaIMII'd 00 'NJ I 35% FrwtprWMrs.
Studebaker f Plant Industries itt Certtoai J. Taylor

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Friday; September 18Ha 4s.

Balking Democrats

Boon To GoldwaterWASHINGTON

(iUPI)-Slralegi chairmanship of-a Goldwater
M. Gold Miller citizens organisation (
.tea 1'"tfor Sell Barry -.d$
1qW water are quietly predictingthat -George Cranmer II year
dissident Democrats who old Denver financier announced 1r
balk at voting for President his support for Gold.
Johnson will prove the surprise water this week after having w
I 1 1I factor that will carry the GOP served actively as I Democratin
I presidential nominee to victory Colorado for more than a %
I i iI iI slsiaisirss uw
I For the time being there is half a century. a
no separate Democrats.for. White, a long-time Goldwater
I Goldwater organisation set up rooter said his headquarterswas
I but the formation of such a being flooded with offers
I : I group I II expected shortly of volunteer help. Nearly one NEW:: CHVROLLT'!: : "- Leading: the beauh parade of 196r cars and Is the distinctive elegant Chevrolet
." Golldwater.Miller headquartersunder fourth of them are from Demo Impala Sport Coupe (above) with new flowing lines, new roominess contoured profile
the direction of F. Clifton crat, he said. Stylish roof lines and curved side windows blend with the gracefully rear quarter
I MERCURY'S NEW LOOK -- An entirely new car, unlike any predecessor In Ita 26-year White Is keeping tabs on a In announcing the appoint. panels. nVw'lmpaU Convertible features an Inward folding in top four with series.tempered The glass public rear. I
l' history, Mercurv for 1965 Is three Inches longer and features classic styling) which Imparts a list of Democrats who have ment of John F. Redding, an window. The regular-size Chevrolet Is available In 15 models *. announcement
look of formallitv as Illustrated by tills Park Lane four-door hardtop. Crafted In the Lincoln bolted their party. Asheboro, N.C., textile manufacturer date for all Chevrolet-built passenger cars is September t
Continental tradition, the 10C'. Mercur has a new torque box frame and rtId body design, White and his aides cite these as southern regional A
with coil sprint rear suspension for crc! iter riding comfort The combination of gently curving examples is significantA : director of the citizens opera aren't announcing their switchto UN Officials
side glass, sculptured panels and bold::! clearly marked character lines Is common to all Florida Democrats.for. tion. White commented: Goldwate: publicly because wFALL
Mercurys for 1965.ELEGANCE : Goldwater organization has "Mr. Redding heads an organization they own businesses which Distribute ,
--- been set up under the directionof whose doors are could be hurt by withdrawal of
Mallory E Home, speakerof wide open to southern Democrats government contracts. But we'll Food On Cyprus
the Florida House of Repre- who find it impossible in have their vote when they get
their hearts and minds to in the
aentativesA support privacy of that voting
Texas Citizens forGoldwater the standard bearer of booth" FAMAGUSTA, Cyprus (UPI) (;1&@) O@
groups is headed by their own party. In the South -United Nations officials prepared -
two lifelong Democrats-Hardy today there is utter disenchantment DESSERT SUPREME: today to begin distributing Just Arrived at
Hollers of Austin and William with the Lyndon Johnson Serve Individual wedges of 260 tons of relief suppliesto
Gws. '* Robert Smith of San Antonio. brand of government" blue cheese softened to room Turkish Cypriot communities tJ U UV Q lu
-Two veteran Democrats Tom R Van Sickle, field director temperature with fresh or can- blockaded by Greek Cypriote
have defected to lead a similarMaryland of the Citizens for Gold died fruit, wafers and nut for weeks

citizens operation. water group said a Democratic meats for dessert Pears, apples The Turkish Red Crescent The SINGER Co.
They are II Guy Campbell of swing to the Arizona senator and peaches all go well Moslem version of the Red .
Towson and W.G.N. Ruckert of was not confined to the South. with blue cheese. On a lazy Cross) supplies arrived in Fa. 133 W. CM trel.|Hove n. It3 1171Winter
Baltimore.An "We have had a tremendous susan or large platter arrangethe
magusta Thursday (.- also In LihUndl,
Oklahoma oilman, JackD. response from northern Democrats cheese wedges In the center
Berry, resigned this monthas which will show up on and surround with quartered
r sow I precinct chairman for the election day" Van Sickle said sections of fruit, nuts and assorted .
Democrats to accept the state In an Interview "A lot of them crackers

Setting new standards of luxury, this 1965 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special --- --
Sedan Is four Inches longer than last year The extra length, exclusive to this model, Is realized -
I almost entirely In the rear passenger compartment. With a viml-covered padded roof the Sixty
I Special Is designed as the Brougham and Is distinguished with special Brougham script next Hear Abby 1
to the wreath and crest nn the side of the roof. tj- tij

Painfully Right

EVERY J Senator Huffs And Puffs, Abigail Van Huron

--- -

IS Loses Picolo To Orphans DEAR ABBY: My wife and I Invited her courtship usually battle forever after If they
I parents to.8J.i1ith weeks with us at our summer marry, Throw la the towel before he wins by a
WASHINGTON (UPI) The The presentation was made home -law Is an ardent sports technical knock-out
senator from Illinois huffed. Thursday in a Senate receptionroom fan, and while I like to listen to baseball games
STEAK now and then, I dislike a steady diet of them. 1 .
And he puffed. But he couldn'tproduce with Dirksen amiably
I had looked forward to this vacation to catchup
I peep. So an orphan. hamming it up for the benefit some I long delayed pleasure reading My DEAR ABBY: My 20-year-old daughter Is an
age Is richer today by a $375 of photographers and television hC.I; in-law turned on all the baseball games exceptionally' pretty girl: She has always been
piccolo.It cameramen. without asking whether they would bother anyone very popular and I never worried about her We
NIGHT all began last month when Arlington Zetty, a bandsmanand else In the room I took It for a week, but are very close. Lately she has been asking me
the loquacious leader of theSenate's piccolo player of 30 years I balked when he added football games lie and questions that have led me to believe that she
Republicans, Everett standing, was on hand to demo his wife accused me of being a poor host Theysaid is far more advanced in her experiences with
r at McKinley Dirksen of Illinois, onstrate. that we, by Inviting them, had: in effect boys ''one In particular) than she should be. I 1490 RADIO
turned over the use of our home to them. I said wish she would be 100% frank with me so that
confessed to his colleagues thatIt "Just purse your lips like< that their manners were poor, and I would no I could warn her of some of the things girls
I had been his boyhood dreamto blowing into a pop bottle," he more turn on a baseball game without asking should be careful of. Yet I don't want her to FOR LIVEBROADCASTS
be able to "tootle on a pic said. them than sit down and start reading aloud in think I am giving my approval to anything that
\ IftIIRIS0 O'S S SWinter colo." their presence without 'permission, There wasa Is wrong I hope I am making sense ''lo 1
In the time.tested manner of Dirksen blew. The only sound scene and they left in a huff. Who was right? guess what I want to ask is this: Is it < ;
such things, virtually the next was something like"pffftttt." a mother to tell her daughter everything she I
I mall brought him an offer of a He handed It to Zetty, who POOH HOST? thinks the girl ought to know In case she needs OF THE
( Haven only) the information!
piccolo free from Richard W. rippled through a rendition of DEAR HOST There b more thai ODe war to
Bosse of Elkhart,Ind. Boas Is "Yankee Doodle." a cat Yen apparently chose the moil p. .. A MOTHER
president of Artley, Inc., whichhe "Marvelous," Dirksen said. ful method You were right. Rut yes could hare COMPLETE I
> describe as the world's He posed with the piccolo at set them straight la a more diplomatic manner. DEAR MOTIIERt If the mother thinks her
largest manufacturer of flutes his mouth, obediently quirking daughter "ought to know"-It Is wrong NOT to
and piccolos.It Ms fingers and puffing out his tell her
was then that Dirksen had cheeks in response directions DEAR ABBY Here the situation The girlis . FLORIDA GATORI
second thoughts. Too many from photographers. He 24 and the man is 27 They went steady for I II
two and have been engaged for the lastthree CONFIDENTIAL TO HOWARD To avoid I I
years had passed since he first warbled a few bars In harmony years :
O OJ Ot Ov Oy harbored his dreams of piccolo with the music, cupped an ear even hit her. They a couple are always of times arguing, but they and always he I has Sundays those "Blue Mondays" try going to church on and

glory, he said. He agreed to accept the better to hear, and even make up. lie criticizes the way she wears her
the instrument, however, pretended! to lead Zetty's play. hair the way she puts on her make-up how she .
and pass it alont to a worthy ing but he wouldn't try again dresses and spends her money lie has all kindsof
Troubled? Write to ABBY. Box 69700. Los
young stpr. to play' the instrument. excuses for not getting married. They both Angeles, Calif For a personal reply enclose MIAMI HURRICANESCHEDULES
have good Jobs and lots of other couples have a stamped, self-addressed envelope
made it on less. What can be done about a relationship -
ADAMS BUILDING SPECIALS that seems to be going nowhere .

TIlE GIRL For Abby'a booklet "How To Have \ Lovely
ONE WEEK ONLY! Wedding,"' send SO cents to Abby. Box 69700,
DEAR GIRLi I think the faster this relationship Los Angeles, Calif.
gels 'nohere the bettor off von both
will be Levers who fight constantly during f) MeNn.hl S..le. 10' ,. YOUR HOSTS:



215 rOUND 235 rOUND Open DaySATURDAY
Green er White Eastern LAND ROVER VEHICLES

ROLL Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB)
2.95 and
gave Eastern Air Lines
Square Square I Sq.a.l I I'I. Southern Airways permission INSURANCE
Thursday to increase their first
class fares on propellerdrivenplanes
SPECIAL PRICESON ." MAHOGANY '/." CHERRY by an average of 2 percent
STEAKS 7:30 A.M. 'Til 5:00: P.M. COMMERCE
PRE-FINISHED But the AB refused similar
Morrison's ite ts".sami teals authority requested by five

fw///y.// turn tenJsrgoodnta PANELING other major airlines in the Plus Other Features:
... lJr It speC/iI/oM prices] PANELING areas served by Southern RECAPS
American Delta, National, TONIGHT
3/i-lB. imont STEAK 3.93 Trans World and United
The CAB laid it would grantSouthern's Sizes EXCHANGEBE
$1.19FILET 6 application is furtherance
5:05 P.M.-COACH'S
PER SHEET of its policy "of permitting SURE-FIRE
MIGNON .HAX SHUT subsidized carriers to experiment SURE WITH
with fares that tendto 6:45 P.M.-PIGSKIN PARADE

.79 3.FT, VINYL maximize revenues and mln BATTERIESIDon't
U.S. GYPSUM VINYL Imlze subsidy" It said It would 8:30. 10:00 P.M.-BLUE DEVIL

of the line's heavy losses In the e1 miss! favorite fall HIGHLIGHTS-PERIOD SCORES.SATURDAY .
.49 year ending June 30. events because- of a
THRESHOLD PAINT dead battery! Com In
Pacific National Bank celebrated .
EVERY NIGHT its 40th anniversary Thursday SUIEF'I' E

FREECHILD'S 1.25 4.50 by gave giving each away customer$lg0o.a JohnF Tellers FREE 1:00 P.M.-GO GATORS GOI!

hilf-doll as a =.r
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firiard,." __I I 5:05.6:00 P.M.-FOOTBALl SCOREBOARD

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i Mixing Bowl

I [ For Lovers Of Cantonese Food

ee* CantattMM food has long hd many devoted fans, and no wonder! It's delicious -
) wholesome and molt often economical, too. This Cantoneae Style

Catterott is no exception. Tender, pink shrimp *rv combined and extended I m

a tasty sauce that is I laced with crisp celery and mellow.sweet, tiny green iwas.

u NTo a ca6aerval..

Around The Town hither' tfit fobuiltin .- there's. thickened rim! frequently about until 10 .tlf4db M. ...... erolc Pour Top over with rice Chinese layer In nood cals
a b.Htim layer of rict.
Ifand parsley if desired
Stir a small amount of hot
making It almont a meal l In Baki in preheated.
1 Miss McKinnis Is PledgedTo on*. Add a sliced smog. salad sauce with into remaining egg yours; ,"combine ". ov.-n (U50 ) 25 to 30 moderate minutes I

for a hit of tang .....1. ofeeur.e Add soy lauc" tanned peasa'id s.'rwllh. additional say
tradMioMl cup of taw idd 0 d I servings
.(..mine t... shrimp
Chi At FSUMiss
Omega Sorority
Patti McKinnis, has been pledged by Chi

Omega Sorority at Flcrida State University in Talla I cup conked rice _
m cup diagonally sliced
hassee. Miss McKinnis, a junior transferred to FSU celery

this year from Centre College in Danville, Ky S tablespoon margarine, melted butter or

Mr. and Mr. Clifford MeLaurln A ealvacade will leave the I tibtopooM flour
and ion are making Moose Lodge at seven a.m. H "lpoIlft tail as
their home here on Hawthorne Sundae for Moose Haven. City H teaspoon pepper s
Drive SE after moving from of Contentment a lodge for One 17... CM sweet peas
II BRIDAL PARTY Mrs Daniel E. Egan, left, Miss Carolyn Carver the honoree Sarasota senior citlrens\ of moo t'dom Drained
and Mr*. Carl W. Smith, co-hostess with Mrs Egan where the range In ate I Is up
-- Army Reierve Stt.( James C. to 96 vears All Moose members Drained pH (liquid
Smith has been participating and their families are Invited Milk
Carolyn Craver Is HonoredPink Elks Club Party two weeks of annual active duty to make the trip and 2
egg yolks slightly! beaten
training at Fri Euntls, VaMr take a picnic luncheon There

and white were the colors used last eveningat Tomorrow Night will be a guided tour of the 1 tablespoon toy sauce
Allen has
Ralph return
the lovely bridal shower given in the Tampa Electric Elk Club members are beIng ed from a vl.lt with friends located grounds at at Orange the home Park.which south Is 2 cups sliced cooked shrimp

Leisure Room by Mrs. Daniel E. Egan and Mrs. reminded of the Roaring: and relative In Pennsylvania of Jacksonville and the little H rup Chinese noodles s

Carl W. Smith in honor of Miss Carolyn Craver, 20's party dated for tomorrow theatre group will entertain at Chopped parsley
night at the Club. Mr. end Mr*. Leon Kalson
bride-elect of Sam Jr. Auburndale.Petit two pm The ralvacado will
Killebrew of Special entertainment ha are back home after: a vacatioi
leave Moose Haven for thereturn Pat rice onto bottom of agreated
been planned by Mr*. Neilie, In Nortn Carolina trip around four
fours decorated in pink with lilies of the Sloat, and music will be by the quart caaierole
o'clock Saute kt melted butter
Sandpiper K. R. Kitchen I II residing on celery
valley and punch, with an ice mold with pink and Costumes are desired, but I'etce Avenue after moving to or margarine In large frying

white flowers, were served the guests. are optional. this sea from Kentucky. HeI Mr. and Mrs. M. L. !Sutton pan until tender, but itlllcriup .
A special surprise has also I II In the music department at and children are newcomers to Drain butter or mar,
been planned during the event Polk Junior College Winter Haven having moved arlne to on* aide; blend In
Approximately thirty guests from the Winter which la the first in a serle>. here from Gainesville They are flour salt and pepper
Haven and Auburndale area joined in the festivities. of parties for the fall and winter Ihe Polk County Pail Preo! residing on Edgewater Drive
..eason.t4l dent's Parley will hold a dinner Mr Sutton Is with the English Add enough milk to drainedpea .
m-elint; at the International department of Polk Junior College liquid to make 2Vfc cups
Mineral Corporation' party uraduslh add to flour niU
house in Barlow, Monday at 7 lure look over low heat, itlr lialmoif
___ p m. The Winter haven Put a meal In one with Its built in bottom layer of rice I
President) will meet at 8:15: tojiptd with ahrlmp In a tasn sauce boasting tiny
S p.m. al the old Legion Hall on green pea and crisp c.l.r l >
Fourth Strt'Pland go In a group .

Mr and Mrs. John Campbell Bridesmaids
r and daughter Vicky and Theo
and Mr and Mm Lewi Johvm :
all of Atlanta, Ga are
iL among the out-of town 'ue-IL Luncheon
expected for the Slephe-son-
Kaioridis:: wedding tom grow
afternoon In St. I'aul'a Eplo.-

t* pal Church Given Today"Long O

Mint I.Inda Culver has resumed "
Shallow the lov.lfhome
t her studies at I'ot'damSlate
of Mrs, John Snlvaly Jr.,
College. PoUdam, N. Y
wan the setting to'lay for a\uncboI'On
1 9 honoring MU\ Mary Ruth
SpJ Don R. Calder i t. com a tI Stephenson and her brlll..rnattla.
pletlng two week annual al Mrs Goorgo Ktmirlrk was co.host. .
Te N live duty training for Army Ritemsti a .. with Mri.imlvvlyforthe

: at Fort Euili, Va VMll..
white gladioli and, stuck were
V Miss Hanna Ittke! ha* left .
artistically Ifr ani'- I for the long
for a vl81.lIh a friend in ,""\ tall. ctnttrpltct.

THE BALD LOOK Dealguer Jacques Eaterel rite a scarf on shaved head of his star model claxea Memphis, Tenn before starting 'r Birds of l'ara'II..ral''llh'l'
Monday at
I Memphis hallway of
Bibelot In Paris where he created a sensation by presenting the bald look
... ...3 the brl Mr. I.rlrl Rice and M- .. "''V' Mrs, II.GunUrbtcthtniMin, Mri.'
I Founders Garden Club Has Field TripThe Charles Race have returned ..'"" ..,..' George KalogrldU, Mr. John
from a cruiiie to Niitau in the Campbell, Miss Vicki Campbell,
Bahama Mri. John Kiraphlllli, Mr.
Founders Garden Club project will be continued In member had taken many :" I .- Nick tot all II., Mill Ann Stepton.on .
ef Lake Alfred enjoyed a field 196465. gardening tools. clay pots and 7. ., Mra. Ptttr A. Land, Mlit '-
trip for Its September meet. The vlsitfng club members containers and hobby shop Arm Reservists Int. U. .f' .. Evlt Kalof rl ing visiting the Correctional were escorted on i tour of the materials is a gift to the Institute John S. Roland Jr. and SP4 \ Kalngrlilla, Mr*. Tony Kale I :: !

Institute In Avon Park which Orchid House. Federation Herbert E Welch of Winter ._ .er, I J I irl.ll, Mr*. Mitchell Kalogrl'llN .. lJll.U.
has a Horticulture and Plant Green Home. Chrvssnthemum Haven hue been -- and Mri. Lowli Juhnaon.
Nursery Program sponsored display. and viewed beautifulrose After the tour the ,roupprocl'f'd..d two weeks annual participatingin active TWO YEARS OLD and as bright and ahlny II now permit, Mho Stephenson will become' '" /*" '..
by the Florida Federation of beds potting ireis. seedbeds art Franck Fay and Dianna Mat slaton. They cUbrtttd th.lr the brl to S b r i In. for duty training it Ft. Eunli,
and Mr. James
with their R.
Garden Clubs, Inc. and were amazed at the birthday yeattrday parents tomorrow afternoon it 1:30 i" S5uiw'sSt 'UIA
beautiful and varied plant lands i oicnie Hammock I lunch State it High-Park Va iUton. Francu I II blond, and Danna hal capper-colored hair. St. Paul' Episcopal thurdi.l

District IX contributed 10 Mr. and Mrs. letter
grown They also visited the Herring
and then enjoyed t the many Make wholesome poptlclei
cents per member to this project Hobby Shop where miscellaneous have returned from Qulncy
nature trail Bit Oak Trail. for the children from canned
last year and the same article are sold Club where they were called due to handsfrom
catwalks. etc and saw wild oft drink Combine I can (II save your
the illneas of the form.r'sbr04herlnlaw
derr birds natural beautiesof ,. soda with I
ounrei > of cram
O. 0. Cox.
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Florida all In profusion in cup of whole milk Pour Into detergent and cleanser chapping/
the Park for the enjoyment of Mr. and Mrs James Nelson an In cube tray but not to
-. the public Many members hn. had n their guests Ed the brim since! the soda will
6tf1 V "A" As... N.W. hone to return for a longer Ko.teny) and daughter Unds, expand at It freeze and place
"The Church That's visit in the Park and ion Larry of Chicago a small wooden Ice cream playtex living gloves
in .rxxm In each fuhtFreest.
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Rev Oneness Billy H. FakhMth Tummond Attend The Church Of Your Choice S2od And BAPTIST Avenue G

: and Avenue M, NW Old Lakeland Read

10:00 '.m.-Sun. School Ed Wttaey, Pastor

11:00: '.m.- Sun Worship 11:45: a.m.-Sun. School
6:00 p.m-Y.P.C. Meeting 11:00: s.m.-Monlng Worship

7:00 pm.-Evangelistic Meet. LARRILEA THORNTON The 1:45: p.m.-Training Union
Exchange CO.
7:43 p.m.-Wed.. Bible Study MATHER E. N. HUDSON 8:00 p.-Evening WorshipMETHODIST

Eagle Lake SEE IC1t YOUR
REALTORIIS Rev Robert Standifer
Wmtar H.r.ii Flntil'urnltur .
Rev Camel Bruce Pastor I .v

1:45: a.m.-Sun. School "H.m. .! Qualify Fvmltvr* In fhhd I St a I.ddn. CarpttiDrapirlia (71 f !i1 INSURANCE 11.00' a.m.-Sun..m Worship School
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship S.w 's or I
W. C .. Youth
*rPIMM I =- 1:00: p.-Methodist
7:00: p.m.-Evangelistic ServTuei ttk Street et Ave. J, N.W. ,.?.. C D......* Winter H.... REAL Fellowship
CY 4-2201 OF LJI-
: ... WINTER HAVEN ESTATE ,... 7 00 p.m.-Wed., Choir practice .
T'00 p.m.-Mid.week service CY041. SOS Pep Ave. N.W. Momh.r FDJC NEEDS. :

INWOOD BETIIEL 7:30 p.m.-See. Thurs of each

ASSEMBLY OF GOD It'i'Finqer-Llckin Good" y month, Women a Society of
w Attend SenrlcM e* lie Church
The Rev William D. Lee c K. 4 tA Christian Service
Pastor 213.1602 ..ml..1..1....... i w 4 of Tew Chaise HI WeekI 7:30: p.m.-Thurs. Prayer

1:45: a.m.-Sun. School .. --- .. \ Meeting
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship BFYMIR: MEMORIAL
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6:30 p.m.-Chriit Ambassador I t f ? METHODIST

Service '\ -,-.." 700 N, Lake Howard Drive
7:00: p.m,-Evangelistic Serv. ... Rev. I-eo F ;(ing, Pastor
Wed.: .. .... 11 00 a.m Morning Worship
7:00 p.m.-Prayer and Praise 5:30: p.mMethodist Youth

Service 6th St. N.W. 294.2235 Fellowship
DUNDEE those 294.29., 7 30 p.m.-Evening Worship
7 30 p.m -Wed, Mid.Week
Highway M2
Rev. E. M. Davis
The nursery will be open for
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School ull worship services
11:00 a.m.-Ministry of Word The Publix Market
7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. w'fl ST. JOHN METHODIST
Wed.: ( UItiER )A Famlh Cypress Gardens Roadat
CUEEN ll l North Oat
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 1 '
Lake Roy
:11 Moppln! e.iit& .
EAST SIDE 11 vio Dr1Ye In \(I.! Rev. William Tiffin, Pastor

Dundee Highway Lake Region ..WII.... 8:45: a.m.-Worship Service
Nm.D.N I .t Shopping' 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School
Sub. DivisionR. uo, ;
ii Mvd. : ; I* A 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Paul Wood, Pastor r : ..
fOlo.lur 5:30: p,m.-Methodist Youth
10:00 Sun. School
: a m.- n Nrwcrr .L.
; Fellowship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
6:JO p.m.-Youth Service ELOISE METHODIST
7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. Rev Troy Ilatmaker
Midweek Third Street
7:45 p m.-Thurs '
Service STARPRESSPRINTING 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School
r 11:(00) a.m.-Morning Worship

HI 8th Street 7:30: ->.m.-E"'ening Worship

ten Boswell Pastor FIRST METHODIST

1:45: a.m.-Sun. School IUSINESS Lake Alfred

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 'Church of The Ughted Cress"
7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship; A""w w P INDUSTRY Rev. Darold N. Storm

Tues: 11:45: a.m.-Church School
f:SO p.m.-C. A. Meeting Tampa Electric GOVERNMENT (All Ages)

Wed.: Nursery class during Chrucb
1:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting THE ROMANS MOVED RIVERS School

NORTH GATE !1:00 *
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD : a m Vorship Service
,% M I'It.H/: :N
Center of Ave. G, 2nd, SE In this of technological :%' s 54) % I. Nursery during Morning War
Rev Emerson Jones, Pastor CITIES SERVICE age wizardry never sneer at the past. : ;:.. ship

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School The Roman engineers who designed this aqueduct in Spain were brilliant 5:00: p.m.-Youth Fellowship

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Wk.,. men. Skill such as theirs, more than the might of Caesar's armies, fashioned (Juniors, Jr. High, Sr. High)

(:30 p.m.-Woman'i Missionary ,.., co, the vast civilization of the Empire. 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Worship

7:30: Council p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. the e.c.lv.a iI..t. evealed.In this age of scientific discovery never overlook the Truths long ago rIU.LL ::1. E Informal 6:30 p.m.-Bible Fellowship Study Supper

7:30p.m.-Chriit Ambassadors Lt 6 L I ICOMPLITI Last Fri. each month
Wed.: 'ONT END '. Christianity was born in a remote province of ancient Rome. It suffered FREE METHODIST

7:30: p.m.-Midweek services, D.nn'' T.wnund ALIONMINT A N. A. an generations of persecution until it converted even its persecutors. And when POWNTOWN soutweastPLAZA 2925 Lakeifred Road

testimonies, special prayer ark SU N... CY1-1707 barbarians overran the Empire our faith found a foothold in their heartsas Rev. Chadwlck: Donnally, Pastor

LAKE IDA well. Rev. Madam Donnally,
Associate Pastor
Rev. Olin Luke, Pastor In a civilization of modem marvels the Church still raises its towers 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School:

Virgil Pope, Supt. BANK OF of truth. And when, next Sunday we come with our families to worship, hit. Cewrty'sCHEVROLET LwQq 11:00: a.m.-Worship

10:00 Study: a.m.-Sun. School, Bible LAKE ALFRED somewhere a congregation will be singing : DEALER 1:45: p.-Christian Youth

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship o whet are kings and enpires now But, Lord, thy Chinch is praying e VOLUME SELLING Crusaders 8:45: .
p m -Free M e t bod 1 III 1
7:41 p.m.-Evening EvangeUitie ..... Of old that went and camel A thousand bears the same! ytt-I GOOD DEALS Youth

Thuri r i...... -, ., GOOD SERVICE 7:30 p.m.-Evangelistic Service

..! Sunday Monday Tu..ta Wednenday Thuredo Friday Saturday TRINITY METHODIST
7:45: p m -Prayer meeting ., .
__ ... ;:;..... Aet. Arb I Corinthl.nephed.M Ephed.na Colonienu I Thtualon CHURCH
1:11.11 10:86-4& Chevrolet, Center,
BAPTIST -. : : ::10." 1:1-8 :7.11: 'r.1f: :1.10: 0 Rev B. R. Blackburn Pastor
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DAVISTAR BAPTIST ;; r IfO ,,' St. S.W. CYIJMI 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School
Rev Letter E. Miller, Pastor MEMIE F m. 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship

Illw,. 17.N. of Birtow Air Base 7:30: p.m-Evening Worship
10:00: a.m.-Sun. Sch'ol Nursery available for Sun.

11:00: a.-Morning Worship This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms School and morning worship.
6:30 p,m.-Training Union 1:30: p.m.-M.Y.F.
7:45: p.m.-Evening Service
Wed.: THI GENERAL IllCTRICSTORI Morrison Your WINTER HAVEN Sixth St. at Ave. G.. N.W.
1:45 .Praver. Bible ATTEND THE
: p m Study C.alr.l' LAKE REGION BANK PLANING MILLS Rev James R. Blackwood,

DUNDEERev. a:Ilhr'1 9 *. Cafeteria Of Commerce Pastor
James llamrltk, pastor aC r CHURCH OF YOUR A R fey Rev. Robert Farrow Associate

1:45: a.m.-Sunday School ludin0' "'...t I:30 a.m.-Worship Service
11:00 -Morning Worship ;: : CHOICE SUNDAY 1 (orDINNER 1:45: a.m.-Sun. Church School

6::30 p.m.-Training Union gdl Y ,"If 1 I 11:00 a.m.-Morning Hour of

7:30: .m Evening Worship JJ Worship
7:30: p p,m.=Choir Practice HOME OF City Drug Co. Thrifty City .h Church .- # 8anA All Kiul! of I.lIcli.flf M.t.rlal I 7:00: p.m.-Each Third Sun.,
Wed.: QUALITY or !!! FHA F*...,*, Presbyteers
1:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting JIM SCOn, rS.rm.cM 1111 It lit !It, NW. CT I-4121 .W. C..trel Ave, -- .mill a M1.1"cowa/c ttoi, "A in Firm. sw. CY J.II16 12:15: Noon. Each Fourth Mon.
Women's Association

EAGLE LAKE 8:30 p.-Each Second
Rev. R. W. Waterman, Pastor a Council
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School : p m -Each Wed October
11:00: a.m.-Preaching 8:45: a.m.-Sun. School 1800 Sixth Street NW Rev G. Blair McGarveyW. Ave. L, Near Sixth St., NW (Mormon) Rev J. G. Williams, Pastor June Mid.wk Chapel Service
1:15: p,m.-Training Union. 10:45: a.m.-Morning Worship fred Schopke Jr., S.S. Supt. 11:00: a.m.-Sun. School, pupilsup 1KI lib Street SE 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School HOPE

7:30: p.m.-Preaching Service 1:45: p.m.-Training Union 9:43 a.m.-Sun. School 9:43 a.m.-Sun. School to 20 .ears of age Elder D. L. Brinkerhoff, Bishop 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Cypress PRESBYTERIAN Gardens
11:00 Roadat
Worship 10:45: -Morning Worship : a m -Church Services 1:30 .
7:45 Evening : a PriesthoodI
: p m m 7:00: p.m.-Evening
FIRST-OF ELOISE 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship '00 Worship Lake Inn
Wed.: I:30 p.m.-Youth Groups p.m.-Wed., Testimony :30 .m.-Tun. Relief Society 7:30:
Rev. Walter E. Matbeny, 7:30: p.m.-rra'er ServiceHAVtNDAIE 6.43 p.-Training Union t:30 p,-MM Bible Study MeetingThe 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30: p.m.-Tun.Prayer p.m.-Fri. Meet, Rev. William II. Downey Pastor
Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service 7:30: p.-Evangelistic Serv, Reading Room la locatedat 1:00: p.m. Sacrament Meeting 'a Service Young People 1:45: a.m.-Sun. Church School
11:00: -Morning Worship : Wed. Ave. B and 2nd St. NW 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
7:30: p.m,-Wed. Prayer : No evening meeting first Sun.
1:30: p.m.-Training Union Rev Cecil Peacock, Pastor Meeting 7:30: mr-Hour of Power of each month JEHOVAH WITNESSES 5:30: p.m.-Junior, Senior High
7:45: p.m.-Evening Evange- 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School prayer CHURCH OF GOD Wed.: KINGDOM Youth g:oups
little 11:00: ..m.-Worship Servlcr RIFLE RANGE Avenue E, 7th Street, SW 7:30 p.mM.LA.Thur. SU: p.m.-Mon., Girl Scout
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Service 1:00: p.m.-Training Union I CAT1I011C Rev Melvln A. Gifford 2211 28lb Street W. Troup No. 33
(Independent) ST. JOSEPH 10:00 : >.oo p.m.-Sun., Public talks 1:45: p.m.-Second
Wed.: 1:30: p.m.-Evening Worship : m -Sun. School 4:30: p.m.-Prlm.rln. Children Tues, Men'i
7:45: pm.-Prayer, Bible Study 7:30 p.m.-Wed.-Prayer Meet R. Dale Simpson Pastor The Rev. Matthew J. Connolly 11:00: a m.-Morning Worship 7:15: p.m.-Sun.. Watchtower" Dinner
IP 00 a.m.-Sun. School Pastor 7:00: p,m.-Evangelistic Servo TEMPLE EMANUEL 8.00 p.m.Tues., "Your Will B FIRST-OF LAKE ALFRED FIRST-OF WINTER HAVEN 11:00: a,-Morning Worship Avenue M and (In. NW Wed. LAKELAND Done on Earth' Study fast.

0 Charles Horton, Pastor Rev Albert Carnell Pastor 7:30: p,m.-Evening Worship Sun Manner-7:30: 9 00' 11:00 7:30: p.m.-Young People S. Lake Holliagsworta Dr. 70: p.m.Thurs., Ministry 8.00pm.-Wed. Choir Renearsal .
1:45: a.m.-Sun. School. : : School
Wed. Holy
1:30: a.m.-Morning Worship : Day Masse7.ce Service Irwin Cutler Rabbi
11:00: a,m.-Morning Worship.Union. 11:45: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 7:00: p.m. Sat: 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 8:30 p.m.-Tltura., Sexy Meet 7:00: p.m.-Thurs. Boy Scout
1:15 .
7:30:: p a.m m.--Training Evening Worship.Wed. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship FIRST CHRISTIAN first Fr Masses-7:00 '.m. 7:30 p,m.-Prayer Meeting Fri. I.00 p.m.-Evening Serv. GRACE LUTHERAN Troop No 565

1:45: p.m.-Training Union Weekday Masses:-7am. Sat. 10.00 a.m.-Morning Serv Ills and Anne THE SALVATION ARTY
: 1:00 p.m.-Ev ting Worship (Disciples .( Christ) Eve of WEST WINTER HAVEN C, SE
: Confu.ion.-S.t: ;: Holy Rev. *! St. and Ave. T
7:45: p.m. Bible Study Prayer. Auist Bcnlaal, Paitor NW
WedS .: Rev James N. Barnett. Pastor Day: 4.00 to 5:00-7:30: to 1:30: 34th Street, NWA. ST PAUL'S EPISCOPAL 1:15: Captain W. Whim
a m un School
FIRST-OF INWOOD :30 p.m.-Mid.week Prayer 1.30 a.m.-Bible School J. Duncan, Pastor Seventh Officer
Street A Ave L NW 1:15 la
: a m -Adult Bible Class Charge
Rev. J. W. Campbell Pastor 10:43 a.m.-Morning Worship EAGLE LIKYClit'RCH 10 00 I m.-Sun. School. Rev Cyril N. Startup, Rector 10:30 a.m.-Service of 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School
'MS: a.m.-Sun. School Nursery 11:00: a.m Morning Worship Rev C. HOLY 11:00: a.m.-Morning
Worship II. Malcolm, Pastor 10 43 Junior Church (forages L. B. Chaitaln. Minister Lee (.Ubertton. Curate COMMUNIONFirst Worship
11:00: -Morning : a m 7:00: p m-Evening Evangelistic I:43 p.m,-Young
7 30 Sun. Each Peoples Le-
1:45: p.m.-Training Union Burnt Cowden, 8S. Supt. 4 through .t) 10.00 a.m.-Bible Study a m. Holy Eucharist Month gion

1:00: p.m.-Evening Worship 11:45: a.m.-Sun. Bible School S:45: p.m.-Ywtt Choir PraeI 11:00: a.m.-Preaching, Worship Tues: 1:15: a.m. Family Service and TELEVISION"T711S 7:30: p.m.-Evening
11:00: a.m.-Morning Preaching 43 Christian Youth I.30 IS THE UFE" Worship
Wed.: : p m p m -PreachingWed .30 p -Prayer Meeting Church SchoolWEEKDAY >.30 a. Channel Tue.:
7:30: p.m.-Mid.Week Prayer 7:00: p.m.-Study class for all Fellowship (Senior) .: Thuri: SERVICES 11:00 a.m m.-Channel I 4:00: p.m.-Sunbeams
ages, Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship (Intermed,) 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor I RADIO- I 7:30: p.-Ladies Home
FIRST-OF WAIINETARifle for men and women 1:45: p.-Evening WorshipWed. Monday 9:30 a.m. Holy Eu BROADCASTS League
Range Road 1:00: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic .: 4.TH ST. BAPTIST MISSION chariest 10:30-: Compkte Service Wed.:
Rev. frank Fa visI Serv. Broadcast, WSIR 1.30 a-Ladies Bible Class Rev H. T. Ward Pastor ELOISE
Wednesday 1:30 a m. Holy 7:30: p.m. Girl
:45 a.m.-Sun. Service 8:00 p.m.-V:ed., Prayer Meet. Chi0" 9.43 a.m.-Sun. School Rev W. E. Wright Eucharist I WGTO (s.tOKC) 7:45: Guard
11:00: a-Morning Messsge Ing, Bible Study 29 Seventh SL SW 11:00: a m-Preaching Services I It 00 .m.-Sun. School In. p.m.-pr.rer Meeting
7:00: p.m-Training Union CENTRAL CHRISTIAN 7:00: pm.-Training Union 11:00: .m.-Morning Worship Friday 1:30: a.m. Holy Eu 4:00: : .

1:00: p.m.-Evening Sermon JAN.PIIVLL. (Independent) sue pm.-Evening Worship 7:00: p.m.-Fveniag Worship chariest 7:00 p.m.-Boy p m.-Junior Scouts Choir
B. Pastor
Wed: 390 Lake Blue Dr. NW : Wed:
1:00: p mMid.week prayer Corner of Reckrr Highway aid Off llavendale Blvd. 7:43 p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service SE"ENTII.DAT ADVENTIST

aervlce, inspiration Hatfleld Road Delmar D. Debault, Minister Wed: Frt: 1M".'\l'F.L LUTHERAN" 41 Ave. K. SE
Central Baptist Church 11:45: a.m.-Sun. School I 30 a.-Bible School I 7 30 p.-Bible Study T 30 p.m.Young People's Meet tm 14th St NW. In ."..d. ABIDING SWOR LUTHERAN George N. HOsosi
11:00 a.m.-Jornmg Worship Rev tailed Lataeraa Chirch Sat.:
Galslad. Pastor
Corner Sloth St.. Ave. A, NW 10:45: a.m.-Morning Worship I
Union 1:45 .
1:11: p m -Training "emporary Location : *> 'bath School
Rev R. D. Hodges Pastor t 30 p.m.-Christian Endeavor I
7:30 .in.-Evening Worship 2S4 llavendale UOOaV:
p Blvd.
130 ship Service
.m.-Sun. School 7.30 .m. Evening Service a m -Sun School. Adult
10:00: p Located "belveen Ave J A K B. J. Cheaiaam. Minister Bible Study I Poe a.m.-Sun. School Sun. Television:

11:00: a.m.-Morning. Worship PARKLAND: BAPTIST Wed.. .week service J4U SL NW, Winter Haven 10.00 .-Bible Study 10 IS .m.-Sua. Divine Service 10:30: a m.-Divine Worship 12.00 noon-chaonel 9 faith
service 7.30 Mid
1:30 p.m.-Pre prayer 1SOO Eighth Street, SE p m- Bryen B. Coaley, Minister 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service The Rev Charles Dttksoa, for Today
7:30: p.m.Evangelist preaching Gene Ililcacock Pastor Wed.:Choir rehearsal NOS.DENOMIN.tnOSALDII'E.L'4 Sun.
Rev Radio
Sun: 1:30: i m.-Evening Worship Pastor CY 3 M4J :
1:00 p.m.-Wed., Prayer meeting 11:45: a.m.-Sun. School 1:45: p m.-Juniors 10 00 a.-Bible Study Wed.: SERVICES 1.30 a-WSUN IOTIle:

Bible studyLAKE 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 1:15: p.m.-Seniors 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service 7'30 p.m.-Bible StudrRUllTn'E ) ..,....re. lyMethodist CHURCH OF NAZARENE Voice of Prophecy

ALFRED 1:45: p.m.-Training Union LAKELAND UNITY ( 00 p.m.-Evening Worship FIRST CHURCH Tuea:
BAPTIST Men's Club at Out.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1:00: p.m.-Worship Wed: Malls M. Wright 7 30 p.-Prayer Meeting.
471 W. liaises Blvd. Wed.: CHRIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-MidWHk Service North Lake Blue Drive and door Dnve-ln Theater. Haven 9 4S a.m.-Sun. School Scventn-day Adventist Church
Church of the "Dally Word Ave Z. NW Dale Blvd. t cry Sun I.M a.m. 19.SO .
H. W. KilUngsworth, Pastor 7:30: p m -Prayer meeting Raia a -Worship BAPTIST TEMPLE DUNDEE
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School OniU A. Meyer, Minister LAKE REGION UNITARIANLakeland Supply Minister or 1:13: p.m.-Adult Bible Study Jack Th.mes. Pastor
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship METIODISTELOISE3RD Sunday Devotional 11 a.m. 10'00 a.m.-Bible Study LAKE ALFREDPRESBTTERIAN IIS: p.m-Young People. 10:00: a.m..-Sun. School
1:30: p.m. Chriit Ambassadors : STREET Tuesday Music Club Slits a m Worship Service I'IS p.m.-Junior Society 11:00: a Morning Worship
7:30: p.m.-Evening Service Rev. Pail D. S.lsher 421 E Park at Success I 10:00: a.m. Church Service Each 4th Sunday Fellowship Rev David. K. Dietiel. Pastor von p.m.-Serv of Evangelism 7:00: p.m.-EYIAUI' Worship
Wed.: 10:00: a.m.-Church School Sunday School: Ham. Sunday School Sunday Serving dinner on the 9.43 a m.-Sun. School 7:30pm-Wed.. Midweek Wed.:
7:30: p.m.-Prayer, Bible Study 7:00: p.-Evening Worship Center: 114 So. Iowa grounds 11;00 a.m.-Morning Worship Service 1:30 poniuweek Prayer




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". ;! Poll! vt J. C. fitly' aepariteMaintenance .


\ "own Ray Smllk va Ralph Unlm ,$ TH'DOO COM4IN/ WITH YOU LIFE // 'THE SEAS E'S OM.r.r THEV'LU

dlveree Whet was M T OFF ITS 10 MELD I'M COMIMG TO t- DEGCLG, i I HL-AST W! Lt'a.

,:f Federal coca M National, Smith 1 el Mnrltate n. nnrtMe/ aa amv. vl J\ that tff ( IS HELP YOU !! AESNFR'5i.1: '. IJ'JT LTNATSWITta

.41.!.,.. rwI crash? .,I .t :J OFF -IF EYLRON
'''fJjJm", "" Sue Bryant vi Holle thtrmaiUle f fc r,
, ,
? Slmrmoni" ,
vi Harold E. Sim

.FNrena Ih.tb., divorce'.an, Hallmin ... Jerry D Ii- \i-H; m tf- IOa /
li' Hilnnt.l.William. vs. t'harl. Looh

,' .' fl:?::'t: divorce rink; vi' .IIJ.ta" r. rl...

:,:':::.Bank of Halnea Otv va Ki<.
,. .ajMrid K. HevMlo. el in el al. mottmt
"' .. Lute Tederal Ravlniii and Lean
'Awn. vi Donald N. Walkar It all I 11
\anarlfiia lorecloiure
.'lk>Mechanic Earh.*.. Sivlnii Bank
fva Uouu Sanchea and VirUaia Kin' .
llkei at umortiaia; forecleaure.
f flrel Federal biologist d Loan Am.
*f Winter, Kavea vi Oliver tee and
\ lSee>. Curd l*.. ot all, marline fore-

'u reUderal National Mort.... A....
|ate Smith. va, hla Cellini wife. Stub and nonaavell and Emtaiine Due Plans covered dish supper to Cook-out, mom-style

ni. Jr, and Johnnie. M.. Dunes which each family should

ki L.wigs Mucy, mortfaae vi Lvrtlie(oreclaaurewf Jenae. and Family Night bring Its own food contributionand t\

IJereHoJtireacl"M> >' M .1.' 51ortga10 A Via. own table service / i'

I"r.lob federal livlnfi and Lan Aim. At Lake AlfredThe Baby.sitting service will be
'of Winter Have, VI. 'PI" Land ,.., '

!I.: I"f:." '..n'.tor :' CIIHwrd F. DEBS 'N HEIRS Top from left, Teresa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Roberts) provided for small children

tarton. divorce Victoria, daughter of Mr. and Mri. Park Foltz; and Cindy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer congregation of Lake during the brief program to
holO Mat Barn** vt Ala M SmreeaNaan
Hand. Bottom row, Tony son of Mr. and Mrs. Mattes Waters; Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Alfred First United Preibytcrtan follow the dinner The guest
:; E. York ... Mary Ace York, Church will\ enjoy a Family will be the 1f
.ulm..t. ward Smith; and Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Watkins speaker Rev, Ales r.1

II.eN G.mlvn.dl.n.V..... 'IH"" WUIIiia T. Night supper tomorrow it Ajo, a Cuban refugee now

Commercial'Credit Cneo. tee .. 1:30: p.m. at Lake Alfred City serving In a Tampa church
IAwut' E. Johnme Ortara ,aad replevy'peeve Legal Advertising Legal Advertising UnitariansTo Hall look lor I the dlden/ / arches. McDonald'sc I

JOhla Caeualty laiwaaoe Ca. *t., ve Hear This Is the first all-church .(*- Kt I'Avr P 'N WH< -. '* f

[toe Ward. etc!..Keatlrl at al, hxlimeal l. Atr-Condilmdml rnr nelendaal, >ollre .Te ('"...t.n IN 1 THE f IR4I IT ('OI HT. TENTH: social gathering of the fall SHOP IN WINTER HA\rN:
Polk Caunty. etr va. M. M. Browe IN IHK: lOIM'Y n IXiJo.:.'* let al, final ludfmenl minMl dem.u whir IN: AND MB fOLK ( rUIKlUAIN Warren Smith
lauH ai la kfuiu'. MaM' CmM Corfvi ,. IUINTV. .UiHU>AIN 1 ( HAMU".
lljnmii. RE fc-STATi. UFJUSLf < *a. Me' midst IX'kl. M f, N.' MlMAUKNh.
k. Hem. Ban wen Ernie tea MIL lie 11 T HOST PRANCES CRLLllilalntiri; Warren Smith. Lakeland EIER&Lc
m11 E. Bill va. A,thur MaaaTleM.. ava
To All Creditor. and Peraone l -"II- architect, will\ be the speaker
dl.wL, .... Knklandi, LMn inn iiaime or Demand A ainl.MI ARTIIUR CREEU Sunday September 20, at 10
["...... Klrkland final decree ditrm.Cniya *! h.tal: : Drffndanl
P "Mhriots c..r,. Earl' You. and each of you. are hereby NOTICE OK lit IT s.m. at the Lake Region Unitarian VWeASSOCIATION
i Co<-Iu'u. 11.., tier.. dvorce noilued to file In duplicate all TilE STATE: or tLOKJDA TO .
Unlversallit Fellow.
Mar, Ella iiltll vi Jamea laws. uaim and demand which you ARTHUR CREEL!; 31123 Avenui
,IwnIWLAu have against the mate of Joseph 0. N W. Winter Haven, Morlda. ship. SIM Troy Avenue Lake
Lee Monk u 11.._ C:. .a>- 1 ROM uecraeed. in the office ol You are hereby notified that a
Kit hard A. suit fir Divorce baa been riled land.
io."I'r.: says. M_ ftlal Bruneon County Judge
Arne divorceLawrenceTedarhuret at see office In the Court Huuae al attain you In the above entitled For Mi subject, Mr. Smith of WINTER HAVEN
Feneral latlnfi liartow. r'lurid. within an cairn cause, and that you are herebnaulred >
bud tiles Aaan etc: va lamb Q Bur user month from Atonal nth \H>4. to move a cuiit of your has chosen "The Art of the
ld 0. et .... iinal. decree el torackwiieGlera which I* the date ol the tint publication anewer or other writun d.r.iuUIKHI Possible" '
.. see. of this notice Each clamor Raymond Mallu, plaintiff'att
*!. RuiaM .mt.: Unoy sew demand mutt be in writing. .rney. whose addn-ea la PO Sunday School held at the
.., in.. .u t .. IV .\\1 Winter Haven Florida. ,
= vtOti moat male the place" oi re-aioence x 01
l.rr I. CL Co sew. hour the church services
and before the 3Mh day of Mplemher same as
elfin... pout office addrea of lh or Off THE
Ana sera
M1rru.. Calvert ra lIobort TNMkn claimant mull be sworn to and A D IM4. and before or Immediately Coffee 11I'11be\ served oo BENCH.
Ctlrt. dlimii.ilvi moat be filed aa aforeaald. or elne thereafter to file with the and .
81111. lI.th 'rus n. Henry V'ley/ same will become void Clerk of the above atyled Court the the patio after church
*. dumlaaal' Tom U Walker original. of Aid anawer or Aid guests are Invited for this In rWh/ ..
Anar v. J.nn art Tn
Lxeculor: written defxneea. If any
I final ....... dlvvrr If fall to do ao decree formal period as well as for
WALKER. proconfeeao
riEj..'" Paura va Mllaa ,...r.. du- HAUL! A WINES you
Attorney at law, will be entered against the services. the '.
11. MM Baniaa vi A.. M ....... r-0 Bon 77*. '0lr the relief demanded In game on 'I' I,
*' Waiter Haven 11a. the ConuilalntWITNrSst .
Paul snle./a va r W. PankMt.flntl AUK :b. 81IVV4. U. 1$. INN my hand and official
judimem tar BllUltlff MVW44Eatl seal. of office at Barlow Polk Game Players Mr'
Hlvar. favMin Bank eta vl '"' County Florida this 26lh dav ofAUHUHI
,,' JohnaiM and wlfa. Llllw' Jnhal .
., hind l 01...... forael,..aln( matiso.P5.1 IN TI'IU IR( IITCOIRTOrTMrTfNTH AD 1K4D Meet side !
: Klvar ...,... Hank .It'. v. : JIUUI4L tIKdIT. III' H. SLOAN JR TonightThe
..., M. Patarton. ate Wayna" A..mini tUIHIIlA IN AND 'oK r IlKtOlNTV Clerk Circuit Court
,. el H>, final. dim lor......- IN 'H"M....' By Dorothy Dunn
G morliaiaa MIT TO 4l'IVTTITLE Deputy ClerkAug Friday evening fame
vTalct. Bank and Trust air vi aI. Bom 4, II ii. JM4
.t P. A..".. al u>, linal darrvalotlni IIAINB8 CITY HEIGHTS INC.. aPhonic players will\ meet as usual at
moruiit corporation
Randall R Grwn it a .minor etc. Plaintiff.ra Lake Alfred City Hall auditorium out" on the
VI Milllam R Bee dltmlaul
.Laka isle Bank and Tnwt ..... viHorace OWEN'KT AU IN THE I iIlH'T-oaior; THE Last week they enjoyed
P norliaiaCOINTT Gill alt. final. deem lorellaalni MARdlE UrfrndanUITICK TENTH VIDKML IIUtIT Ur a covered dish supper, which waiting'

>( or HI IT IUIKIIIA, IN AMI M>H PIhk will be B periodical event. Mr for the "'Break" that will / .
Core MARIE OtISTV. 'N'N"M'.Kt. ?
TO !
......... LI.._. EAkPIETYO: CORA 8 Halt T* rererleae. Mertfage and Mrs. Carroll Gardiner are put the tide
Ctiarlea Akner Mann. ir. Hi. fort AMPLE. RUTH S JONES, (mm, Ne HMee-U.IW hosts this week. you on winning
Mrada. and MarUll flp* a Pllli M. SARAH S BRUJOB. PHOEBE FIRST FEDERAL SAVING) AND in the "game of Life '
Elifvna: Banter. II. Plant' CIt,. and CAROL II HAVEN QIIOtCS
Wd Martha Etta: PlaM THOMPSON
VUerM. Tamttinl Jo.MJi. K. ClanVIII. SHAAr, and all partlen
Ohio. and Framed CUM. M. J... claming I I.. t. r a e I. b,. Plaintiff
tier W" ".. Through under or analnntthem va. The NewsReg. You make
Carl Llrwell. IIa d, hi Wrsr I and and all partled having' con your
Sow EvaniaUne boodiaal.JaM IA Wrlrr JOHN HENRY Wa-BBtR: : ET AL
II..... or claiming to have any DefendantsNOTII Own "breed" by lining' a.
Sidney Pa.. ar, Penie and Nancy raralya. Tallnrd, H BanaOHM property herein dxacrlbed TO JOHN I1ENHY WEBelER/ : and
By Inltrd Press International up with (he team ofpurposeful '
S stintro.VIU. Jr al Dundee, aad You are hereby mailed that wife. 8IIIKLKY MAl: WLB-.
Linda""....Sue... Fdois KHIinaer. T...III_Dumlee. 12. anrlmErse. PlainIff had Instituted null against. BEN WASHINGTON The Episcopal who "
and II..... Pine Dea.. 15. you In the above styled Court; the bishop of Winhington. the people
nature of aald cult la a Bill to Quiet You are hereby notified thai
Pater Geerae Kaloirldla. $1. Winter Title In Plaintiff to all of the following Plaintiff ham Inetltulad mitt against HI Rev William F Crelghton. know hot he difference
Hiven and Mary Rutk Slephenae' d-arrlbed premleea In Polk commenting on jut Sunday's
U, Winlar" Have*. you In the above styled Court and
Homer Ralnev Prevail IT PMead. ). County Morlda W-wlt the nature of said lull la a Bill to sermon by the Dean Francis B. between wishing and
.. and Iraee Creva Milo. W.It TRACT I K 'r of SW' Section Foreclaee. that certain _t,... re
MaadeJena M Towaehlp 27 South, corded M O R Book ML lair *M. S.,,,. Jr in which Sayre said having, between dream
GerarS Cenvaree. 4K. Winter Range: 27 Eajit Public. Record* of Polk Ceuntj Dorlda the voters faced a bleak choicein ?
.Hiv.a.. Wlatar. and lavea.OANIIU Gwadely6tad. Ceaaer. TRACT I 8K... Sertlo.Towmhlp 31. encumbrrlni. all the (olkiwlnfoVacrtbed November between Johnson 'Ing and doing )h
South Range
real eetate I* Polk Coun
I ly Florida to-wit and Goklwater '; '
.1.1, I TRA'T i NW. IT of HEY South. Range..etlullII "I would prefer to Judge the i/i'emofic lovmgf
That part 0LIlt 11 H. W J candidates In the forthcoming

TRACT 27 Eaat SW, of SWW BedloiiJO Addition Haway; Land to Dundee Lompaay, Pwlk'I County First election! on the bails of their Money.the.bonk it!

LA 28. EaJit Townahlp 27 South. Rang Florida aa shown by map program for International basic to the achievement

and for muck other miler a. the or plat 1M'.sod In inr reace Ltd human rights and
0tbo Clerk of the Or
NEW IASEI NEW LUXULTI 1'.,un may grant you are hereby cult offlre Court la aad for Polk for tht alleviation of human of mod of the worthwhile
file Mh-
aaawar or
i"it ind to your
County riorlda In Plat Book need rather than the basis
NEW KITCHEN FAUCITI! er pleadln lh>- office U of PlalMlff the Clerk ComplaintIn of the 4. Pace 41 described. aa Mlowa of questionable analyses on of goals) 'In life' Including .
Nt: of Lot t-H
the corner
., Court al Bartaw. Flonda -
sad W J Company their personal characters YOURSI,
and mall a copy thereof toPlaintiffs .a Drat'Idglo': u Duadm .

attomeya whoa. mamasSr. .... rua *nrth clout. the oat
hereto. .IoreOC""T
annexed on ei rliht of way 'line of MyrtleStreet NEWPORT R I. Peter t
duffer Ueore
Pt I',,,,,I.*_IM4 to be or entered aglll'UIN a distance at IDM feel Scott skipper of the BriUshchallenger
to a point thence ni. Wait a Sovereign on hi* IgnomlniMM The way to GET If
distance of l4O.t lost to the
.. int.WITNESS eat my WHERBOr hand and affined t haveheI Point of Beflnnlnc Prom aaldPMnt defeat ky the U.S. there Is to PUT it thereon 1
"I DeffwMiaK. oanllnueWtet defender CoMtoUatlon In the
m< t al a* the Clerk of the above
at' . a point thence run South a dw .bSes_
II. eVptember 17.5 INtg.r' AM JR lance of II* H fee le a point day: schedule I I
I...... run rail a eSa4anoa of
Circuit Oa "It Is when :
nBetrtew s helpJfM feettftf
r)0 feet to a paint then. run
AND CONNOR' North a dKtanr. of IU U feetPett you simply watch another boat J"I

nUMIINA CO. P,,at office Bog 711W rotwnlM t<. the of Be-< walk away from you Into the _
(let < TheIS tost odnrrriet "
ilia Ili, Si, $ W.Fk. 'nlrr Haven Florida property la *ubeu -
Atnrwy. for Plaintiff
CTM I1 M CTII441 opt U 2*. Ort 2. '. 1K4 aa eaeeaaeat for dingy porpooeeand
a atrip of land bln' H WASHINGTON President -
fee wide and lying Unmadlater .
> 1arth al aVarrflwd laM aadntondlneT Johnson dbdocif; developmentof 1
Baal to 01 pills ......1 a weapons system capable of

t t, Welcome to Pint Garden"THE .) reaerved....-far. raereea The trUUlyeajamaal aadetreae knocking out Merles.armed ensemy 4J4

-:_ liaewlae *ate.... Bad sateHites

._- __--l::_ lo Myrtle aXreetaad "We now have developed and

tested two systems with the
real are noUfteel W file
/ Mar: aoewer or other ptadia toPUuKlffa sMttty Intercept and destroy ANTICIPATED
CoraaOalM. a tho efflre armed sstetttM rtrefifig the .
V *< she Ctorfe of lam Ctrwul Ole 10 DIVIDEND
.ad Mall oop* thence to BuromorMe earth la wattSTEFFED
aad Cowwr 11 Arena B
MW. Whaler Haven rkarMa. an M : TEDDY: REAR
.his.... Otlaexr I IM4. er eufferDrenw '
INFERNO'S"Friday Pre Ceo tew .. ko eaterea SAN FRANCISCO (UP) -

"' == Marls Nfeaea. IN. pitted up BTttdr
my bawd aa tile Ca.r* Mrspert
W Ik above styled Court end bear .t MoTOtfcMial
Nite Dance 8 to 12 P.M. oral ., aald Oeewt M Bare*. rV Wstfoesdsr II6tM and waspromptly

flow. toil .D..4 H 1 tLOAM loft JR .rr.ftodCM See you at the GAME -
said the
Clerk rimeM Ceern agents
BLMMERIJN (HNOR teddy bar slipped from Met
1 44 A.-.u. B, .nr
ITALIAN PIZZA Winter Havw f TldaaVpteenk tea City, wen Huffed wHh five
*. 4. I .t Sad rL IkM pouadi of msnjusnaCOMPtni Winter Haven vi Auburndale Friday Night f


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Sept. 18 Auburndale (A) Oct. 23 Hillsborough (A)

Sept. 25 Lakeland (H) Nov. 6 Robinson (H) THE WINTER HAVEN

Oct. 2 Chamberlain (A) Nov. 13 Jefferson (H)

Oct. 9 Plant (H) Nov. 20 King (A)

Oct. 16 Manatee (H) Nov. 25 Bartow (H)




Gata Shopping Cantar I SILVERSMITH and W. Central!Ava. Phone CY 3-2165
138 Second St., N.W. Phone CY 3.1965 Suppliti and Piety Priming"
130 W. CantralAva. Phone 294.1266


NATIONAL BANKS Burgers A Shakos I5e "All Typtt .f U.uty C.,." JERRY PRIESTINSURANCE
Downtown Southeast Plaza 2403 Avenue C,N.W. Phone CY 3-2444 AGENCY

CHEVROLET CENTER 373 Third St., N.W. Phone CY 3-1283
BADCOCK FURNITUREand "F.,Th. Lit D..I l U T.wn" LAKE REGION BANK (OH' 'ottil 1'019.1'
260 Sixth St., S.W. Phone CY].]143
"....lc..k Will Tr..t Y.Right" CYPRESS TIRE COMPANY MambarFDIC Phone CY 4-3131 I I
303 Fifth St., N.W. Phone CY 4.4244
1962 Fifth St., N.W. Phone 294.1594 2010 I Eighth St.,N.W. Phone 294-3161
326 Fourth St., CY 3-M05
N.W. Phone
Member FDIC FUnaYi H.m. f Quality l Furmtvr
120 S Lake Short Way GARDEN SUPPLY

299.Sixth St., S.W. Phon 293.9730
325 Third St., S.W. Phone CY 3-0186 221 Sixth St. S.W. Phone CY 3-4101
Living Begins Whan You Own A N.w Homt" FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS

BEAUTY WALK Of Winter Haven
1518 Havandala 506 Cyprats Gardans Rd. 51 Third St., S.W. Phone 293-5521 Eagle Ava., Eagle Lake Phone 29559STEWART'S

251 Fifth St..S.W. Phone 294.1313
595 Sixth St., N.W. Phone -
"Cantral Polk County'i Lading Dapt.Storo"BERKE'S Winter Haven CY 3-4324
519 W.Control Av,. Phone 293-5151

2l7AvonuoG, S.W. Phone 293-0868 125 Fifth St.. S.W. Phone CY3-4ISI
a 231 I W.Central Ava. Phone 293-8355
1618 Sixth St. S.W. Phone 293-4667

Phone CY 4.]19] 610 First St., N. Phone CY 4.319))
345 Avenue C S.W. 2350 31 ht St., N.W. Phone CY 3-5126 243 Avenue A, N.W. Phone 294-4111


Shod Jobber 'In Winter Haven Lake Alfred Road Phone 293.6005 401 Sixth St. S.W. PhonaCY4-3211 1040 Sixth St., S.W. Phone 291-4153





ue Devils 'Hounds Clash r I Constellation J Miami Tangles With Florida State

Wins Again I

.i Season's Opener Tonight human"Hope NEWPORT breast springs torMl, R.I.,UPD-in the In Orange Bowl Tomorrow NightMIAMIA

So said the philosophical. skipper crowd of more wholesale fashion Coach Cterhe comes Saturday

By BOB HAV1LANDNewsChief of Britain's 9o.*r.l.n, Pe. thin SO.(coo is expected to seethe T.te II I putting the ftaWi It'i now pretty much of a

Editor ter Scott And hope was all the University of Miami Hurricanes Ins touches on hu flrat Ugly certainty that the starting Hur
British had today after the first open their new season ersity of Miami football rlcane quarterback will not be
The newest edition of last year's Cinderella foot- two races for the America's under Coach Charlie Tale tomorrow learn definitely known until jut) be

I ball team, the Winter Haven Blue Devila, step on the Cup championship. night In the Orange An rough work has ended before the ,ami. Rick Swan

field tonight at Auburndale's Citrus Bowl where they Conntellation Thursday banded Bowl against veteran studded There will be no more acrim- and Bob Biletnikoff continue t ID

Sovereign the worst beating Florida SI.; te Kickoff time 'it mall before the game, Tate battle for the position and
face the Bloodhounds of that city in what is probablythe since this US-yoar-oM championship I p.m reported. there' a good chance that the

most heated rivalry in all of Central Florida. was confined to U me Intero .it running high In Laat Saturday the I Hurricane "' pair will share equal duty

When the referee's whistle signals the 8 p.m. ter yachts. Robert Bavler and the game Athletic Director ataged L I long gmacrlmmage Russell Smith came out of
Eric Rkldor on the Connie Andy Gustation report fans on the UM prac- Saturday scrimmage In good

kickoff, neither team will need added incentive to came In 20 minutes and 32 seconds are coming here from all over lice field their lint before the shape and it's now almost certain .

crunch club and literally ahead. the slate of Florida Close! to game Everybody came out of that he will be a starterIn

batter their way to victory The dUtance between, the two 300 are coming down on a ape the skirmish In good shape, the offensive backfield along

That Incentive is available each player listed has potent. on'the 24,mile race was two cial train from Tallahassee and It'i hopeful that the entire with bruising Pete Banciiak

though as both elevens take ial. Nine of the 21 are juniors. and one-third miles. alone squad will be in good shape The running back post will

the first step toward a possible Winter Haven's front line Today was a layover They While the tickets are Doing in physically\ before the kickoff go to either Robert Domke or
should match Aubul'1Tldale'lnear Robert Birth.
berth in the state regional
will race again Saturday in this
championship playoffs. Winter 190.pound average tackle Only man still ailing on the
best four. nut nf seven hut ill
Haven In Class AA Region to tackle. This even though 255- : club is Mike Upton junior college .
Mac Stewart were sorry the fine British gen NBC Airs florida-SMU Clash linebacker transfer It'i
2, and Auburndale in Class A. pound senior guard Uemen have to endure t'tll.!
Region 3. I* out of action. He received expected however that by
Each camp Is predicting a a severe ankle sprain They simply do not have the The University of Florida begins its toughest football game time Mike may he able

I win but the Bloodhounds are in the Intra'aquad game played boat. schedule ever when they take on Southern Methodist to
i Stadium Scott was tired and dejected tomorrow In NBC regional television broad iMiami and FSU football
the more vocal of the two in last Friday at Memorial University M
v7 their Auburn. Doctors said he will be Thursday night race. cast. Local Gator fans can view Ute game on WFLA, teams have one situation com
prognostications. "
r dale lost a 20-12 verdict last out three weeks.Offensive 11m" fond of undt'ratate.ment Channel I, Tampa beginning at 1:30: p.m. The game will mon to both..with one Impor
said. "But to
he say we
Florida Field In Gainesville lant difference
setups tonight be played at
to the Devilmen and have
year are disappointed Is the major
Each has of
a pair quarterbacks
should be about the same aa
suitable this
vowed revenge
understatement of this chal- .
famed for his
has patting
year It was the first loss to in past years Chapman I e n g e. It Is a helpless feeling IIOKIDA UATOHN one for his running. Flo
night's host team has sufferedin ben running a wingback In when you simply! watch another M MtkUM. KOHTIKI .
occasional rids State quarterbacks are
Y ___ nine years and egos were practice with a boat walk away from you Into
Yt for
-Jara f..'. .IkII Steve Ten l. who passed
obviously deflated. They hopeto the wind." -Itmmr Hall akII two touchdowns against Miami
fill them again, with -4II.,. ..,,,.*,, atII
up It in nutshell!
Yw put a -T..a HI..!)...'. -k PIsa year ago. and Ed Prltchett
something besides hot air! OFFENSIVE LINEUP The United State had a 2-0 ,,.. Hnmrlt. kIt a dazzling runner Miami'smen

This year Auburndale' varsity W. Hseu All,. lead In this best four out of -KM Ni...ll. Is'ineis are Swan, highly rated asa

w is less potent in the backfield LE Davis Colvla oven aeries and even Scott passer and Biletnikoff,
1963 but it has Whlddoo ,.., J.,.... k1
than In LT Luttrell tipped his band when he said'It :
II_H.I *.)....,. Sb lough ai h
a line that ?an hold up againstall or Barton Is never over until the SI-.Jvrrr "' ...*..... nkIl However, the big difference
comers. Pkked in a preseason Ditty end of the fourth rue"Satans -Allm Tr.mnwll. hkII
I -1 La Alderman .-l..rk Klik. kk It that the Florida State quark
poll to finish third in or McKibbenC !*-<...... ,.r.i>4r, kkM tcibacks are tried and tested

|POSSIBLE STARTERS Halfback! Mlk Page, left, and the Southwest Florida Conference Filst HUIIIIII veterans while neither of the

[quarterback Rick Anderson both Juniors, have been Hated as 'Hound boosters accept or Duncan Raiders 11--."Aim,,, .H....,,.kk,. kk Mlamlans tin ever played a
IpoMtble starters on the Winter Haven Blue Devil team that will that but with a "strong third"tagged RG 11111 Colvinor 14-M.r..l. HMMlrr. kkIt second of varsity football for

hangl* with Auburndale's Bloodhounds tonight In the Citrus Bowl. on. Being the conference Temll ....1..." M.HI Dupm, Ik(k the Hurricanes

time Is 8 p.m. (Photo by Brooke Staub of Superior Block darkhorse they have the RT Dixon Kirkland 41 a-at.-J.hn'.' r.ll..... tk Florida State will go after

Kickoff\ odds with them and will provide or Bentley Play TomorrowThe 44-.10._N.I., JH m 114.1.J.........., Ik IkM an achievement no other club

plenty of trouble for RE Dees D.1\e\ 4l-|>.n ....", Ik ever has attained against the
league opponents. of Miami A Semi-
or Peacock .,,,.. Iniverilty
Unfolds Lacking depth the Blood --Mil .u. 1 ole win will give FSU two vie
Season Anderson Brown Polk County little II-Hill ( .rr. .
/ serious QB .. ........ ISN1 in Miami
hound's one injury football gets II-K >r i -If I In a row a
I" or Jloulh league season .. lien....... .IkIT
came In. position where they Wood under way' tomorrow night _11.. rurwll. ,IkII opener In 1961, Miami open
were fortunate enough to have LH when Winter I Haven's two -C..., 411.11, c ed Hi season by losing to
Southeast ElevensATLANTA equally good players When or Page and Pittsburgh but In 1962 when
RH Harrison Sutton teams Serloma Satan .. ..
junior John Wiegert suffered Raiders It-J l.sa. 5 the two clubs tangled In the
Red sJ..r. sII
the Moose Lodge
chiped wrist bone senior or Scott I'kll M.. '", r first game of the Maion Miami
rusher a
Caiinelli, the nation's top
[ UPI-The otherat
( ) each
wrap. FB Kerseyor square off against :: .. r.if
and quarterback Roy Brown inherited the quarterback M'trl I. ..... ..... came back to win. On an
F5 g e>ill be taken off anotherIJffUegj in 1963 Memorial Stadium. Kickoff lt -4 karlM ( / S
Vollmer starting role Wle- N-laser _.....' r5.Hall other occasions when Miami
football package Satur Russ time Is T m. MtrkhMrl, .
gert's injury will not keep him p has met the same team two
Although all 11 members of The Satans, county champs ?
out of action for long Coach (' 1 years In a row In its opener
Her in the Southeast always the Southeastern Conference Wayne Chapman In his first Other than that It last year, won both times IW.II tlJ.a. ,........ the Hurricanes have either
see action there is only one these two teams played In It-lisle C....... 1 rtia.b In or
fa hotbed of gridiron activity, a year as Auburndale mentor Is strickly T formation. Trip- 1..1., t won two years a row
I host[of expected powerhouses conference game That is a said Welsert could be back by lett has tightened up his pro 1963. The Raiders are expected 11-ardn. Nur.a.' I gained a win and a tie

I begin I bids for high. national night game at Tuscaloosa, Ala, next week. style offense to take advantage to be stronger this year, /1-J.b..,.Th.114..10"e"s,, ,1tSIb..l.

rtnklng. where the Alabama Crimson Auburndale's forward wall, of backfield quantity-12 halfbacks having 21 veterans returning 57-Jib.. .....11... '

.,Tbt;' headliner will be at Ox. Tide No. 9 last year will be will be the typically tough S fullbacks Other league games scheduled Io-J.'t-J.I.H..P.I.I.J.II. ....-..1 1 POLAND WILL SUB

iord.'tMlsf: where the Missis- host to the Georgia Bulldogs. production. Mainstay is 235- Offensively Winter Haven are Lakeland at Bartow ZURICH Switzerland (UPI)

r sifgl Aebels, No. 7 a year aKO,4d With quarterback Joe Na- pound senior guard Richard will stick with the formationthat and Auburndale at Lake ..- ....,II'.. ....... 1514..vr +... Poland has been asked to replace '

( jftw gunning for No. 1, will math hoping to prove he'a the Colvln. lie Is flanked by some proved so effective In Wales.C q-IN.. 1I.'t- / Italy In the Olympic soccer '
I .m host\ to underrated Memphis best ground, the Tide Is total Is roach U-N..I ..... S tournament by the International .
passer of the finest, talent In t h'. >. gaining I 101 season A (Gus) Hydron .-I"R" M..h.... 5 ,,
[Sfat which wa only 14th la41teondeiplte expected to open with a lop. SWFC. last >car Tripled did not indicate of the Satins and they are .1--.1 t........ 0 Football Federation

[ tying the Rebels sized victory over the Bulldogs, Besides Auburndale' prob. who will atart on defense sponsored by the Exchange 01-I 11-1_bp Lasd.t H.... ( Fir). The Polish Football

nC winning all other games who are rebuilding under new offensive lineup Chapman A Citrus Bowl capacity National Dank and Bowen o-NoR" J.....-... 1etd Association however la II'
RebtI&re able ...,... ...., to refuse the bid
4The, Odd maker* say the coach Vince Dooley ( S peeled according '
listed six defensive starters: crowd that could swell to 1000 Brothers Groves. Gerald SappIs
at least a two touch. Other opening games: Southern to FIr A,
Frankie Scott. Greg Hemdon Is expected to see tonight'sunion coach of the Moose Raiders
wide belief
There's Vanderbilt
down favorite Methodist at Florida reserved
Miller Frank! Smith opener All
Randy "
]that this Is the year for at Georgia Tech Houston -"
Jim Justice and Curtis Davis seat tickets available have
Mississippi Johnny Vaught tt Auburn Chattanooga at
the Bloodhounds lack been sold.
higher percentagefof Texas A & M at If %
who has won a Tennessee,
depth Winter Haven has a All in all\, football fans will,
games than tny other Louisiana State Detroit at Kentucky 5
surplus So much so that are a repeat of what has been,
active coach to get his nation. Mississippi State at Texas 1
head coach Calvin Triplett throughout the years an ex
[al championsHip Tech Tulane at Texas and
could name only one that ample of prep football at its
The game will match two of Florida State at Miami.
would undoubtedly start-junior best Aiked to pick a winner, o r
[the]biggest most mobile lines The Florida-SMU game will R
Jin I the college I t ranks Both be regionally televised and end George Davis pros. the "Scribe" would hive togo c

[teams have at least two All. viewers will get a chance to pective all conference player with Winter Haven's depth

[America candidate in their see Gator fullback halfback Davis caught five TD passes -the Devil by I nose' the Football I Season

[forward walls guard Stan Larry Dupree regarded by thrownby All\ America quarterback
pHindman and end Allen Brown many as one of the finest runners Bobby Downs, whose 1 V .ww Friday night by treating

abet: the Rebels and tackle Harry In the nation begin his graduation left a glaring hole

; Schuch and end Chuck final college season at that position STATISTICS FROM IDE'ILo'IIOlJND bucket of
[Brooks for the Tigers Georgia Tech making its de- The Winter Haven offensive GAMEW your family to a

islissippl should have an hut as an independent, Is a I lineup shows Triplett's de. II Auk

[advantage In the backfield. The big favorite over Vanderbitt hmma h picking the starters trivet. >..o. iY Cole Sander's Kentucky Fried
r I Rebels appear to have one of which has been In a slump In Although lacking" experience Var.. p..... 11 71

[their finest sets of backs with recent year because of academic Paw. M I.II Before At the

[passing ace Jim Weatherly in toughness Auburn top- Pave. Inl by 4 SO I 111rumble IPunl. Chicken. or

lUae: for all star honors MemIphis ranked team in the South last MAJOR LEAGUE last by 0 I '

State lost fullback Dave year, has 27 of 36 lettermen BASEBALL RESULTS Ytrtfi Prulli 42:11I: gamei! ._
Wlnl.r IUVMI .1104I: )
back including SEC offense See Pag 14 Auburndul ...4-.12WM
well-organired Communist parr So.rttur lJIt.... I run /iDnvtwktrki
leader Jimmy Sidle. I Down. SI run l ItMiwni
Coke I Drlk 17 paN from DnwmI
Tennessee may have difficulty Orlando To I kirk r.lledl
Remember I after finally scraping the Cub SVnrlnc Myllixi 4> run Iklrk
but be expect. r.U.d Eirirrtilr I run kirk I
single wing can lallMllPAST
ed to get off to a flying start Chattanooga SERIES RECORD1KM

with first foe like the Moccasins l
a Bronco travelto Hound I IV II. 0 q
LSU. regaining its The Orlando IM7" HouiHt M D-vll. I 4
THOMAS- Chattanooga tomorrow night lam Hnuiul 7 I,.vll. 7
passing arm with the recoveryof and are expected to five a topnotch lTi H,wad. 44 [>>vll. I
Pat Screen U a two-touch. law) Hound 9S [,...11. U1MI
back the
effort to gt on
down favorite over the Aggies Haunt II I>.../ll. II
WATERS winning trail. Ml MiHHMt* IS J..n.. 1IMS
Detroit may not be a clear Th Bronco dropped a 12- pull. :10 HouiMl 13TOnGNT'0
proving ground but everyone I Is
7 decision to Daytona Beo&cllla.tSaturday
FORD Inc. waiting to see if the young
In a pm. played ins 11'--' ',(11
Wildcat are a* good
driving rain storm. Passing was
at billed Mississippi! State and held to a minimum and both race oasesWlale

Florida State are both one club had to play control fort- Haws tlJMM Aebseadsi.. KICK Off S ECIAI

"Th Homt 01 touchdown favorites and poor ball. .! a.rl.wHln.koe.uak >. .
II ft r l Senior
Tulane apparently faced with Th newest edition to the Orlando Pl...l .! M. P eta pxi.. -Hdli..
Quality, Stnice Another rough year is lifted a defensive unit 1s '-7, k..".... at Lk......

26 point underdog to the Long- 310 pound Dare Fuller from the Avon Halm.Park Or.(M saw KiMtmnw W.l..* COLONEL HARLAND P. SANDERS' ONUS UCK':

born defending national champions University of Tampa. Fuller Ptem easy M UfaxkNiATI

saw limited action at a
COLONIC IANDl I R.d.essebl.Only' ;.
tackle position again 'kDAV* ITTATr o** Da'tonland 1* .xpected to draw aLt !4> '.r. udriaPhMds
MIN .| MMmlMdhiMlM
BASS HANGOUT the starting assignment at the 5azbra MM "'instal.li.Yea. iIFOUA PR111Ar ONLra
BIG IN WEEDS next horn game, that against ....._ 47 OWt
Ft Brsggs.pt.26. H_.. M AabwraDrtrvH
M KliKkf
T.... ACM .| LtMkmu" Suit Tww4 tVecMM Of OIHI7AMy AN IwMI IM wh.u, a/.1
......... 11.5. al Meb..tppl a1p'r '
e..SNd M
Tennis Registration .._..... It... at Tm. T..IiL1511asse. 1 xzi foairtH A M5 r. w aloe Mwna' rof
T I ,Ldl.a OM.r aaJ/.d/ N
Sot for Youngsters as T.as'... ? M n.y /. waMn+. 1MIM '
.......... at O.aeVN Todl
I Registration for youngsters l %
10 through U years of age sl ** *Jfe:5 w ri t N ,
Y planning to participate in UM : ?L1I '

a crty's tennis props win beheld IIOCKCr CLLMC ,

b tomorrow at the city NEW YORK 4UPI) Must

court on Third St. NW Patrick general manager of i

Advanced player will register the New York Rangers baa aa-

at C a m intermediate at Dounced that I hockey }
w4" I unique
IIG out of By ,
/. Can't Snag! Gets th. ones 14 and beginners at 11. roaches clink believed. be COL HMUMO sMe3etDsG.4Ataac11

pds. stumps, .tc. A $3 registration fee win be the first of It* kind 18 tt* failed e e'1M

charged defray expense of State, will be Mad Oct ate /it I0wew. aI

.. ,, ......- wSee 1baMN the program Madison Square Gard>n.
NwMTMt$NAGP000P"' ..,., k5 .R iru5k..t ....,....
e5d f.... Us5.r w.NwL ar5VM ..'U.... ..... 515. I
....M .I >i*. rtrikw IM "P.Na." tt 55.50S5 -.-V\LTi
I... k..ks 1511 .5S TT'Tiif $1750 Gainesville Special $1750
"' e.dr.. wSNC 5.aa. ....
"...*,. N OIAOLVI V4M, H PN a.ea..f kM se-IS w.1 ...I UN' Wtt. .4M4W: M4.:Mlfl* : f. fc-e 4 fw .4kt4.. M .... ba W.,. pw Ssw 790 6th St. N.W. Phone 294-2235
IMV4W M | 5i
5.5 5 55 *io MM YMN JJT"3JJ"iJ5.
.. _._'" N. /qa TN,'.. .e.Mt. aces GO THE SAM WAY GO TWIN ENGINE BIRMINGHAM ALA.
.._ lift -.'... UM 4>* Mr "r # U
a. .'_ s'5." .5I. ....,. 5' .wple hoe N5. M < 51. CO FLAERO AIR TAXI
5400. ... _. ..... 'V u rhea .-,.. -". R' I IMer.MINAOPeOOP
,u /, ''ray'a.Ib' P SCSI U/tN GA..OIN" a J.I'U J. ,. MtHtmr CTMIII
P. sox 0.06 _A15a0 ri.opliD&

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(I) Announcements I ((2)) Help Wanted ( ) Business Property ((10)) Articles For Sale ((10)) Articles For Sale- ((10)) Articles For Sale


I Calling All Mothers, Rangec Washers Dryers Beamat with electric eye mate
rs. We Heve i 8q JI'I. 8th k. NW across Air Conditioner Reconditioned needle expoaure ayatem, extra
added Turn
+{,r mcani expense To Good San Marco Restaurant Grandmothers I fully guaranteed. Term harp 46 MM Fa. lena Rae self
i "Petite"Dresses your spare houri into profitable 1 From Ut:M and Up JOHNSON timer ayno for Bulba and itrobe.
Ii ones with AVON'S help . MIKE MAISANO Prospective I APPUANCE8 Lake Alfred Like new. a little over a year old.
Mothers 1
CY 1-7465 Phone 17.1118. Mites mIRW18TF t.. CY 34708 after 6 p.m. 23-TF

Write P.O. Box IMS or 1S-TF Cummings --- BAXLA AUCTION QALLERIE
i Is closing out all
sires 818fJ Call 682-4117 Lakeland USED: REFRIGERATORS. TV ante will pay you cash for your furniture
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BALE I Store unite filling Juvenile Items at cost and less electric or (u rang ft K and and mlncellaneoua merchandlae : -
16-18 and residence. Heart of than cost up. WAREHOUSE FURNITURE Items Phone MU -9033 Lake
at ---- FOR WISE Florida, than by appoint 52 tth St.. NW, 14-20: I land. 17-28
WAITRESS wanted Neat and de Call CY S-efttt Winter I
llavaM. $12.95 .
pendable. Apply al Sundown ResLaurent 11-21 Vinyl covered Innerspring POWER TOOL used good condition 'BOOKS PAPER BACK tOe I IflIIIO
between 1.00: p.m. and coo crib mattress metal tuning lathe, attach- ). Hard Back 25c Afternoon I
.A7COTTAGE pm. IOU pm. and : SAVE MONEY SAVE meets electric eawi. Call after COINS, 411 Magnolia, Hwy, 92.Auburndale .
UOOlT'r Only 2 at W.95 (00: p.m. CY M317 1... 18-21 i
) Opportunities --- -
ROUTE .nalemnan needed Apply at I MOVINGSTORAGETHREE UPHOLSTERYFINE $ 5.95 Guardrails, nylon I FREE ARRANGING In your vase IN MOST CARS 12193.: I
Velda Dairies, 1040 8 W. 6th flt, mesh steel frame or ouri. Pay only for material FORDS TRIM SHOP 601 Ave B.
Winter Haven. Huit be minimumof I equipped modern Vial the Permanent Flower De- i NW, CY 3-0611. 20-Sept. 20 I
24 yean of a... 17-30: ra n in mtablliihed location Baby is safe on a reg 8 VILLAGE. ---- -
960 Cypress Gardens Road IVORY BROTHERS UPHOLSTERING .. under present manage ular bed. 3 ONLYat PLAZA. lS-Sept.ll

Open 9 A.M. 'til 1 P.M.II' TWO weltrwwei Haven wanted.Club. Excellent Air conditioned A. enl MOVING. ALLIED COMPANY VAN LINES PERT REriMSHINO. ::: : for. M I art chain two, yean I booths, In ,Bar air: . . . $3.95 USED-sewing- -machine clearance Modern & Miscellaneous
fabric section Machine
Salary Apply after 430 Local Loim Distance while they I Sewing
p.m. Moving i> WOLFE'S UPHOLSTERY "" renewable lease tau Exchange : 8t., NW. 2938399.IT Merchandise Auction
$ 3.98 .
Call Collect 63l7H6 year to run Owner qultlng Bumper pads. Fit ?
Warehouse Off Barlow Air BaaeJJBept 214 Avenue A, BE. CY .. of health Price M.600. either crib or play
"""". Anderson,, Broker 390 Eat --- Friday nite & Every niteBaxla'
St., Bartow, F''". Phone yard. Assorted vinyl I BRINK YOUR I'ATTERll/-WE'LL

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ALUMINUM TELEVISION Lake STATION. For detail for lease contact In $ 2.49 Playyard pads Assorted Ave B. NW CY $- 11. 20-TF 426g Hwy 12 W. Lakeland

: United Sales Consultants now Tyler Day CY 8-3248: Mghti' ;: vinyl colors. 5 FOR SALE I piece sectional ...fa. Phone: MU .MM
From ZOTOS under new management Screen Encloiurei! eCarporlaAwnlnga 13-18 ONLY at $1.49 Color cherry Chair table 407 W
Needs Lake Deer Drive 283-8212. ---- --
eWlndow Screen
INC 2 location avail
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Mra. Canton .Building Hiwlalltlea 293-6503 Cypreu Gardun and led $ 4,95 Baby Walkers, folding SINGER S.wln, Machine In con FOR SALE: Used aluminum press
e S Part-time girls, ALUMINUM. For TV Repair Paid training available aluminum frame note. Zlg-Zsu. fancy designs etc. platei, 23" X 88" 26c each. Excellent
DISCOUNT BALLS: CO. INC. ny for un a* aiding, Insulation
5.00: 8.00: evenings Car Radio,, IU.FLGuaranleed MU 2-7711. 11-Oct 11 (47(0 or 190 monthly Phone
$7,95 I Let Oe .rge Do It" 'I Ion castors and bump- material heat reflector for barbeque >
GIRL COLDWAVE 1 Qualified Secretary Ave. A. A 6th St. 8W 29269137Hoyt. -3 2834146.) grllli.I and many other home
Complete II 8 A H GRLtN; pen, vinyl sling and Industrial uses At the Newt-
S 5 Salesmen 36-65 years r ROYAL QUIET DELUXE portable
ONLY at $2.95 Chief offlca 121 3rd St. NW. -TF-
"FOR A WAVE THAT UTAVr of age Best leads, high : typewriter Excellent condition

commission and good bonus TREE SERVICE WHEEL CHAIRS WANTED! $18.95 Peterson folding recliner 146.00. CY 1-111I'11. Mrs Tesi16Ult. QUALITY reconditioned men'i work

tmbltleue m. n w h e ---
allocation. stroller Has --- unlfurme Not pre-packaged. See
CARLTON SOUTHEAST te be en Independent JIO SAW and motor $4& 00. what you buy Alt iliei and colon
BEAUTY SALON Merchant four week shopping basket and Light oak formica dinette act ( II 00 per lult 616 Arlana Ave.
Call for appointment Winter TRIMMING CAVITY UKMOS3- fur rent. training In Service Sta sun shield. 1 ONLY chain: 15000. CY J-89M. 17-20: Auburndale, Across from Continental -
Auburndale WO 7-4588 Haven, 293-8068, 8:00: a.m. thru Complete clcan-up Free EalimauaCall Hospital Dedi. Crutfhiu.:, : Mircnindiimo The Pure 0,1 Company and tar- at . $12.95 2nd Hand: I .mall tables, good Can Co. 11-TF
5.00: p.m. daily LUKK8 TREE BKHVICH; Cummndr Uuuliry a ll' a modern htl-Iacllitl/ chaise loun '. glassware and 40%" OFF
Open Eves 15-21 CY .'a36. 15-Said.: i 13 S-2411. 175 Ave A, NW ., for ,lees on the Cy $15.95 Baby bath fabric tub. mlac Items :2W-J364. 18-21 all prints and framed reproducllnns -
.. Gardens Road near the In the Art Department at
TF ------- --- Plata Shopping Center 1 ONLY at $10.95 Due to IIIn.... SELLING OUT complete VILLA 8 VILLAGE, SOUTHEAST
18- EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Cap FIRE EXTINGUISHER VACUUM lowlh..t Winter Haven stock of marmalade, honey, PLAZA. 18-8ept. 18
tInbl., peraonable, permanent ;anl- I '..' area Will require $19.95 Baby bath plastic tub. jellies. also packaged marmalade,
WITH purchase of Blue Luitre,
I with opportunity See Jack eapltal for stock
Jelllea, and perfume IDEAL for
PLANNING A NICllT 1 ONLY at $12.95
rent Electric Carpel Shampooer for
FMnei, Phllllpi ProfcMlona! Build- Intereetetr Call
tO 75
Olfti. Priced to
at % % reduction -
FIRE EXTINGUISHER BALES t8EHV1CK I'ARTS A tlk-HVICU. for D. >, 8100 per day, John Boland Hard
ON THE TOWN? Ing. 14-20: write F Driver e o. Sale itarta lam.. Sept.
CO2 Ml72Sth
Kriharelng Ilinver El'Ttrolux and all 8&.. Phone f3-S5aj, $25.95 Deluxe baby bath war. 18-18
I I 21. M E. Srhornthaler across
8t NW Winter Haven Fla and ..
Then tome to the all New AGE 83 or over, ssmi-rellrrd, able 3-1367.. 24 llr. Service. 2-TF Free. REYNOLDS pikui dillvvrv VACUUM : Haven Has Spray, shelves, from Haven Hotel Phone 293-4404 ANYONE willing to pay for this ad

LAMOND'S STEAK HOUSE ft lure and piers bonnet. Modern man to Day work FurnitureCo. In furnl- BR SERVICE Phone CY : everything 1 ONLYat during aale 18-21 may have 8 pieces of lawn furniture
and chaise with cu.hInns
lounge -
LOUNGE We serve only one 102 E. Bridge. Ave.. Auburn- RE-WEAVING . $17.95 All In good condition. :Call
steak dinner at low dale 17-20: 283-3738. :
one price ROSATO
d AUTO SERVICEDODGE ( ) Furniture $49.50 S Drawer white enamel
WANTED experienced waltreai and
ONLY SZ.SO PER PERSON cheat 1 ONLY ,vrrrrrr.rrrw w wr.
curb girl Apply In person only. Burni Moth Hulei Tear WRECKING CO.
THAT'S RIGHTIThat's Teddy Bear Restaurant 1708 41 hIt. Expertly Hewoven8MAKTT8 now $34.95
15-TF RK-WUAVIVO iif OVER luir! furniture PAYMENTS Including flu cr 3-0.1 PRINTERS |
all you can ipend for ELECTRICIAN and helper. See Mr 633 POPE AVE SERVICE CY I-37i' I Allth"rlx.d Chiyilur Plymouth Factory : refrlKeralur: and range 8 Hurry !
a steak fit for a KING Jack Silver, 1700 elk St.. NW' K.l.bllfihed 194 .Valiant .ultra. Early American 2 story maul. I stairway; lire to I
\ .
Saturday Sept 18, 1864. --IS 18-Sept. IS "room dining room.c.
iwr 1I'.k. WAREHOUSE Quantity JUST AS STATED nape 'Imported merbleileb
DANCING NIGHTLY Ill Sixth Bt,. BW 62 8th 81 NW 14-20: COMMERCE ;
.' & SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE ( CKindilieri. Ttpeitriee
From P.M. A young man thoroughly expert-
need In servicing all types paunger BUILDING REPAIRS antique brlelt Amplifierwith I
Choice .
liquors ,
truck farm tractor Urea. CAMPING ( ) Gifts For AllOccasions mile Teirinf down e 17:10'I
Used permanent job for right men
Live entertainment Friday aBet Apply Mr Corley at Flreitone. mention; Fresh let here! G

Nights ? Phone CY 3 WJ 18-18 .111'14. For bulkier mall. repair. 4-be call r. tcfnm4 & pine 0 1x4, J.t, 2>l, JilO, ,

for reaervattona ., GAl DELIVERY route driver be- CY a-2nO 21 12. Light fixtvrei andiwitchei
mean agea of M and 10. Must know OZ Y THE CROWDS! Put your .
rural area of Polk County. free 1II-TP' .> from our II lit depertment Fluereicent, '
life Iniurance medical coverage .. .. .. ,' now for Chrlitrnai. glv- 2.000 ft. angle Iran 3". 4" J ; ?
: LOUNGE uniform allowance, vacation, and "' "'. .. r ". : VII.I.A 8 VILLAGE FURNITURE "
CYPRESS GARDENS ROAD retirement benefit No phone calllraie. ; $ PLAZA. LSeptd end 1,200 ft. pipe; ) In.
> Green. Fuel of Florida PIANO SERVICE 775 Cypress Gardens Rd. and tmeller. plate lUeliheitt. 'I
15-TF Corp! lilt New Tampa GET THE BEST
Hwy (Hwy" Z831429
.2 Weit), Lakeland 18-TF FLORIDA Salt -WHOLESALE Service ( ) Articles For Sale Sill.Unlt 1,000

Expert lunlnw and repair Ha.ndili. Blvd :! Across from SE Plaza SOO and 200 sal
SEEPAGE WANTED experienced combination: CY HI\03\ 151 Ave. A, NW, 214.3224
welden for full-time -
ponlble emiloyment.
11 FOR .. .Perklni Manufacturing 3D-Mpt. 30 1611(8'A.doll. .clothe: WO -7-3781.Homemade.17-20: 17-18 i
InterprlM Inc., ftU N Dakota
SAW --
Kentucky Fried Chicken SI., Lake Alfred, Tie FR a-II08.17-30: DAILY ADVERTISINGGETS

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BONUS BUCK HOUSEKEEPER: White middle RESULTS- Saw. shear, garden toola.
OFFER aged woman. alngle I adult, 1: and antique clock anything IF YOU HAVE A CAR THAT WILL RUN

alary eenage I girl.am'I"ro 1 In 12 00 Moderate noon TRY TilE LOW COST Whop buated back Phillip of Koiy Saw Korner.and ,

2.U8&1. 1B-TF and Ave O Inwood *
.18Brtn't' -

In operating large citrus nursery. .
Excellent: pay plui percentage oroftti.

M 131 Block Third:'South,Street.Jewelry of Poet IW' Office ION.1270, Winter collect. Phone, Haven.or Winter Write to Haven P.O.17-23 Box CY ((6)) Special ServicesWinter ((8)) Automotive (and If You Don't Have A Car, A Bullff i Or Horse 1\\)

/ss a
Quality Watch sad Situation Wanted

.Jewelry Repair Satln'actlon Haven, A.Floor MOUT2 OuarnnteedL Surfacing Co r.I Will Be Worth 200.00 Down In Trade On One Of These! !

'TEEN AGE GIRL will baby .11. 118. B Flnt St. Phone CY 4-231
17 Sept. 17 Call 283-atl62. 1-TI' 17-2tII

WILL KEEP children In my home I -W ;; ;; Haven Drafting Co. I
(II.A( ) Instructions for working mother Day or eve- All typei, Commercial ,. LINCOLN '3495 1959 CHEVROLET 2DR.

Sings CY S-S263. 18-21 Hrildcntlal Drafting Loaded. . . . . Tutone. A/T V8 Heater
-- -- Bailnfactlon guaranteed. \\\m\m\\ J895mi

PIANO leuone. For Information WILL Call CY2212.DO waehing. and lronln 1I-21,.. Drawn 11111,. CY 4-1423 3-TF I I On owner, original., . . .

call CY 2"1.. 111-11 ___ WAGON PLYMOUTH TUDOR ;
EXPERIENCED: In houeecleanlng.
Ironing and cooking. I day aw..k. ((6[ -A) Animals & Supplies I A/T, P.S., P.B.. Radio, H.et.r. 1395

WINTER IIAVEN Waverly, S7SU 18-13 SALE! On. owner, original . . .0 i CONTINENTAL
Local pro-owned. Low mileage
& -
Full Power Air. A
OPENS FALL TERM cl utrred/l. fawn and while'Tr V8, Extra Clean. FORD COUNTRY SEDAN beauty . .

LOST Small female Pointer Bird 1952
Loaded Air.
Due Dark brown ipotted Collar pnilfiilunal xroomlnn. Clip Martat On Owner. Sparkling 1895 1 1959 FORD GALAXIE 4DR.
bat Morel Lodge, Bun 3U8 Whiploorwlll |3 00 2H3-339S: after I.30 p m whit.. Low mileage! . o. .
ALL TYPES OF Malone 1 Hart Rd Chnppaiua 2 a-2'fr4, N Y. 1-TF Call Pick-up_4 delivery.:.__ 18-TF 1961 PONTIAC STA. Sparkling whit. Perfect Rubber,

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SECRETARIAL AND LOST: Duffel bag n navy blue, onHwy. GRAIN proceiilng.FED BEEF M, Slaughteringand M VuiM: >ll. Air Ccnd., Full T-BIRD CONVERTIBLE A/T, P.S., Radio, Heater Perfect. .

ACCOUNTING COURSES, 8-642. Reward Call\ Barlow633aUS Whiilviale Meat WO 7.I 3111. WO
18-18 7-3210. 21-Bept. 21MIMI' 1961 RAMBLER STA. Whit with black top, leather interior
AND IBM PUNCH. -- One Owner. Full Power and Air Condo Locally/
LAST Baton Terrier' black with BAtXN.Cnmplele $3395 19S9 FORD FAIRLANE 4DR.
white. Blind. 13 yean old. Day owned by profetiional man .
I73-1MJ. Night I7J-1HW. 17-20: acceeaortoa.profeaalnnal Phone. griMimlngPoodle 2 3-l7n9)). 1961 FORD FALCON VI, A/T, P.S., P.B., Air Condo *
for appointment 18-TF Snow whit.. Low mileage. . . 895
The most learning in the DODGE 4DR. SEDAN
((5)) House Trailers PETS R.,. Peklngeae. R',. Chi- Floyd
shortest possible time huahuaa. Dachihunda Slameae kit- VI, A/T P.8., P.S., 1395

S Job Placement Service, LOTS FOR RENT roll Lena,. Baby Mynah; U Blrda.Pigs Parakeet Pan MotorsYour Radio and Heater, . . . 1959 RAMILER STATION WAGON 895

e Individual Attention Want! Move convenient to Lake mobile Parker home Trailer llvng (normal Green a...raves....b..'. Canaries Tropical .Singng ..."-. "Dodge" Dealer 6-cyl., A/T . . . . .
of We all Full line of pete aquarium ..utphr. CY ( MERCURY MONTEREYAir
charge pay 221 lib St. SW
: lan."B ,
lots dork, Foam P.S. P.8. Radio
private A/T.
Bang, boating automatic launder 299 Silo Bt.. BW, 2S38730.nrrman $ )
PHONE 2140 US net, recreation few minute to 1.11 Heater. Immaculate, Low mileage. 1959 MERCURY 4-DR. SOOC1eyU

Man welcome Town.Phone Children 882-4432, and Lakeland pete 5 Shenherda = 1 male and 1KIT FORD 4-door. Falrlane A/T. P.8., P.S., Air Cond. 7 73
Winter Haven 8-Oct. I a female CY 8-t474.. 1S-S1 rord-A-M.tk!. Rut "- 011.for CHEVROLET GREENIRIER
--- flood rendition Bargain
Bandy Beach Trailer Salei CY e-1431 I-DR STATION WAGON
Basinet CollegeAND 2111 Hwy 81. AuburndaleWO : ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE Nick Tutone glass .around.. ; 1959 CHEVROLET 2-DR.
f-4022 1K4 BUICK HT. R/H. $1395 $945
ENROLL 1I11a1. 10 X 45. 3-bedroom 1166 good Urea good condition /t1 Low mileage . . 0 . B-cyl.. A/T. Heater . . . .
Model IMM. Coma and elect and fur Before 00 a m.. after 8 00
BUY wed appliance
W.your have new mobile home from ue. nllurp and we eoll ".... appllanrea CY 4-14JO, HOP WINTER HAVEN BUY WINTER HAVEN BOOST WINTER HAVEN
wid.. Front bedroom., front ""- S61 Ha- 1N4 HONDA Dream "JO'
A "SPECIAL!: PERSON"OR ng rooma, front dlnettea and vendale Blvd.FURNITURE. S-TF 2000 mllee wlndehleld, REMEMBER! a 48-hr money bock guoronte* plus 1-yr. G, W.
front kltchena We take all trade'Ina --- model tail pipes (4 O ash: : woxrmty.OR .

COME BY --- --14-W. WANTED flu-trio eye to Buy- preferably a mm automatic motor A... I. aw We Will!! Not Be Undersold a the tpot bosh rate flltClllcltu). Make your
FOR SALE Single axle trallere.CY
eaeentlal. Movieamera HT,
S.2482. driven but not INS DYNAMIC la Glow OWN opproitoi.
14315AJ for cash and permUeton" to Aad IMJ Rambler Classic
Winter Haven barn> It checked by reooeinuwd photo .-..r. ..... Both under retail .. No Red Tape-No Gimmicks a Opel 7:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. 6 days a week
repair I.3-, Reply I Jay Dunlap. Bon a.. at Lake Region Bank of
Business College ( ) Moving & Storage A.I4414. w N..e-<'hllr. "Tr merce. e Eight (ell) capable, alert. Meat Mletmea to oiUityoej
-- ---- You Write Your Own Deal In Cr i4. YOUR deal. YOUR
I3S AveaM B, NW WANTED TO BUY .uaed practice' 11M DE8OTO. bardtoex tenrn.
IMPERIAL MOVING aTORAOE. piano Upright preferred. PhoneCY trai>.ir.lMk... sew ",...
Winter Haven Florida Prompt and efficient. ..,.Ie. for 8-M58 after 8 00 ..m. 1S-18 eonditiom. ans. r* >n. 2t+

all[ your moving needs Can I .
CY MlM for free
for A lace. in ((8)) Automotive IBM FORD Vpickup
all 80 llston1Jn.s 1 flat. bed 1ST*. 110 Earl The r
( WantedMAJOR ft. Lake Alfred. 4
(2)) Help tvI.4I0IuI1.iwwiI!
FOR BALK: 1U Plymouth
((6)) Special : -
Cheap. Phone. 2M-3S41 after I p Complete aervlce and new CII
TIRE company baa open- T''I I L A j BervM lie Ha it.
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Inc for eiperlenced recapperlluat CY ....
be experienced hi butt truck DRAPES AND H4 BRAND PRIX PantUtc Allpovtr 1
and paaaen*.'' retreadlnf Good VAS1'OMTLRAMADE Ulind etltrhed I factory air Navy bluekite 1561 IMPALA eoevntltl.. RM
Martini alary plue company benefit modern equipment 1010 HickoryNW. top. la new _II..... Will whHe tap. .New tlrea. RAIL. .
!. Call MU H112 Lakeland, foran CY S-7868 Mrs Edna BrhoeeerSOct :7IoIaca.G. trade. Call ,I I ...., Pnc .1471.. .
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!InroS8FSSEDhair.! .. dlnettea HU18KS t APARTMENTS DESIRABLE 2-Pr i 2300 12th St. NW ."H 8AI.K i .tor) h. uae. I block LAKE KLBKBT EHTATMltwdrnonu
M,fa> r3Make usn offer K.MSHkD I'NPI'RNISHBD' IJIKEVIBW HOMKSALJO : A WORD TO THI HEY LUCKYThis I from town in u.uii-1 nrlihoorhuod. I bath, family room,
ttAKKHOUSfc. l-TRo.IITURE.: U 111st. 140 00 a Up IN I', balha. 3bedn..m.pants: dtar duuble garage" central heat and .''r.u""t. .
I NW_ __ 14.) TIf..1 I!: I Ilf.'TA'i'E 1 l Anr NUe election 4 Br. Horn. WIVES ISSUFFICIENTeam is really your lucky day SPACIOUS HOME i ala room Florida' n.,in carport. drape dlahwaahcrttih 195
: ar ,11I.ln,,_* and Lola i I :large utility room Nicely; (andirapeg 51. NIC; after I or weekend.
PULVERIZED PEAT'"CYi i ----- If family can fit into one CHOICE LOCATIONPrice
--- ATKINI REAL ESTATE: your baa well with let pump. 29H1317: lW2
Dundee Road Robert tlilackwelder J-BEDROOM DUPLEX ON CY 4-1111 of these Builder clow-out dealt Him term May be aean byappointment
Ut'ach Dock No petaIMS Mr Call WO WM. ----
31-Bepl 2h
S-Oct. I nth M. NEINTERKITlNll --- --- I H.i-v I .. on model homes In Carder rdur.d from ISuO 10 Auburmlale 11.11
.hill .built (Pr living <'nJ..ym.nl hall SIS.tin IUU ft at living ai"a. lBrt I-BEDROOM bom ".m. 1100 1
RUBBER STAMPS For check air conditioned i I oith' a minimum ..f care Deilcn Grove. Drive out Just a tiled bath, .lam FX. .VBENtOOM H, bath, built-in down' IMoo nor month..orated
t.ndol..m.nt (Ignaturatil I room and kitchenette! Next to 1059 BILTMORE x ith famlllee. In mind but load* mile east of Cypress Gsrdeui floor. Lit U x with'tlepiace. JOC'I'IIIMCI) In ba<'k ponh. CY 14014. M27 Are *. NW, Call CY 3-8110
h.'r alao SB P...... CY Mm 11-a.pl M .. wo.h'
ourpoiieit dating "ith feature. that Mont will ion kllela. path. laumlrytwaSe a-oct I W C MeKven. IMfct. II
amps DRIVE N.W. Take the kitchen, for exampbi.urfMU .. on State Rd. MO or phone chop car gases.. 11000138. tool _. ., -_- --.-- -
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.lump.' STAR PtE69PAo4ioLM'Yt 2 TRAILERS and ; small .....;..,. ; .* two-lone. turquoise .... :293-ttlT or 2931338. bore. I.k. CICl'I" hot 111I a 1411 -

4-llM m AM A, NW. -TF(10A ...4-1712. 16-11 whitf cabinet lor all tboae ale... Wall ling I..latillll, I All' 4 Madjvam frame horn. SE. M MO.Ml ","llllllIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIBIIIIIl511011RIIIHf31Nothing
--- --- Beautiful Ull eall eb.. 1Iart.
trees large fornt'rlot need la** or IIIfl.aIC ( month, SAW down, Bade
Ewe par
I FURNISHED garage apartment. IM lined, :. .J. l u.I.a.: rablmi.ir : .haiamur and and you'll havea
143 x ISO deep well and li .v a saw
( ) Boats & Motors Ave C NB M-4J11 MTFr.ARAdK Sveding.294.11ll Lakeview and your Fraud ,'hl.. ..r thuae aeatl I- -- -- -- fegjl hoot UCONAB REAL; | Like It f fs
lyitem. mental It'mi you kite eo much EaTTATB CY 14)117, CY I-I4U. MN
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lake S bedrooms ;2 i.ramiully lurmed and curved f"r.unt.r AU MUCK ItOMEtBedroom Ave C. SB 1111SMI
lakefront electric acceu. ftOUM hUll. 108 .It..t.r UNIQUE DELIGHTFUL
apt ., I ball. paMled llv .
,... .. with no dirt -- -- -
16 FIBKR.I.A88 Sealury with Kit SnOO Utllltlee I Included baths large paneled Florid; latrhliw< a I i i-urnera.top*o easy to key| ing mom large Florida roan. built- front lot Island at Pine S mile lalaad by wale mtlokella DOWN : AND CHARMING JUST 5

trailer condition top 50 HP Johiuon Enmllrnt 24-4 Approved in or Adulte Hi-Till- K BUTCLJFFK le-TF room. Make owner offer for hi. :lean: and *parkll* Built-in nor.. :in 11, K klichen with. tell-nano.luntlnoua noor oall-* front ham made I I'aaa -- CB run Buy newly decorated 1 bedroommaaoaary :: RIGHT FOR A COUPLE |
fllMOO FR room
log ulintt
and oven to. famou home IM month. w
ui cup caner Iructlon. romoletH furnlaiMd anil per
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.'US or are at &K6 N. reniuylvanlaAr FURNISHED 1L equity assume mortgage tlrneral Electric quality timatchlnf ....1111'111I.nd..t..d.. Oulalde. air condition. large dork,, .m .... to achoula. and More. Leon*'alUal
Lake Alfred ll-TF APARTMENTS .but haa city water and .** S Brickcrete, central beat s
I bedrooma 11IO 10 m tup. No qualifying and no luniuoiae Double ale atoll yard litial. for mimd horn Katatr CY JMIW CY BI4HS5M
----- .I Co. 994 Ilk 11NW. closing costEDNA under a lndow that uverlooki tho er Hrhool" \ bus to all enhoollW.l or. week-end ntltagi. Price 50910 Ave C 8R IT-HI: and fireplace\ Luxurious i
14' BOAT motor trailer for aale. CV ; I'II"lty' 3-TI i...IId,..'. play area. Mreakfa*! am $ I DOWN IM MONTH Appronlmatrl 'i ....h balani.SMI ,. : =
mnoi-;;; and bath.
CY S-1SIW I E room
|3 500 CY 3-6101. 11-11 -- --- -- ----- .lack bar too with additional eahual pi-r month Phone CY 4 4US MAflMFICENT Moms
1 BEDROOM: furnlahed apartment WATSONREALTOR and drawer apace *av.. II-TI' day Nliihln I'r' 1 HIW: 4.TV bedroom home with unusual teatuna sheltered 39 ft. screen
i I'. Air MINI- .ath.reralt boat |U month ATHERTON REALTY 1"m. and. fotrtiteu Thn-r bed decorating three bedrooma = Sa
Walk-through mid-deck leering H3 W Central Ave. 2H-OS4 .* with plant) of ckweU. every hint! for liuury! living porch overlooking t
and running" lutht Alto maple llvMt ll-TF I llYine-dialrm room and a fame); I* 1 Inrluiied. Call l eona Real' DREAM of a garden |
m room chain CY MOM 1M1 ---- 'M 6th St., NW CY 4.414 mom oft to itself make enter. F.H.A. 4 BEDROOMS Katale IN AVIC SE CY 1-01"7

APARTMENTS for mature ladlM :taming aimpie fur II''t the umalIry : B & I CY U4ti 11-30 $15,000. To ice, Can ;
with own treaaured po (t Mjon(. 17, and adults privacy (01 ,,'k.'.
II Wanted To Rent both. Roar to rare for vinyl) zebra. ''1'' I' I :
( ) Walking dlatanc. to town Varyreaaonahle ---- --. pr", TAKE UP PAYMENTS -bd- I ELEANOR IGLEIIART 1
CY S-IM1 ll-TF to* (floor that tan take a .bratiniand V.A. room modern home larga MBalano ,
--- -- FDA yet alway* look new A.<'para 110,Ml. IM 4g nuinthly. 4% Eves A Sim. CT I-1811 i

WANT to rent unfumlihrd 1bedroom 3-BEDROOM furnished h .. In utility and lorae rtHim'or ilew ....... rIM niottga CY 4-1111 or CY.ltU
with room i iwane. !n
,, ,. .Lake Alfred for Male ATHBR-: iieui away Owned Homes U-TF
h MUtt be In AIIDKrM" .
good .
MMBIK the .
( '!HK> : r and dryer and all oar
143 W. Central --- TOWN COUNTRY!
c jndltlon Call CY 3-499U after 100 T7ONREALTY "7'P den tool, toy and eitra tha &: .1.. rt .. L.
18-31 KKTIKNrl) TO !MKKKT woo'I fit any other place Tw< I 1470 NK I RR :CB builtin i NEW: 1-ladnegn .home on larga lot. = -
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I 14000' sparkling reramlr tile bath will ..\. range carport OnlyII0 Itt bath, vinyl tile throughout :: 1" noIIi 1 1ri"fi1ne fr1T111Tr-
WOUIOco't trailer 09-17592171 Vauxhall Rd W.H inarbvllned. viII)I floor 'MIO |:xm Duwn SS7SS per ;b --.4 Hulrt-m I appliance. rentral heat.l .
(I ll-AFor) Rent, Unf, .'., Brace 1710 -.Lake Blue Drive' -,4IM4 lOV ROM ft, Auburndali pure real IUKUIV plu built-in rormlin "0. ...... "' '1"rt. near chopping 83.1141$ JS! W U. UIJijU 3
vanHlen with added ilor area. ftntall down lryment.it with
?-Y HIM-.-- --- -18-tl SOLD- OT AVAILABLE ace ........ The main bath ha 1 ID4S Slh 81 UK I BR. m built-, 1011 IIlltm...... Drl\ NW ;.:: financing I l-oration. NW mo- ; ISl1i1I1111111111111UIIIIIIIUlIIUIUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1III
NEW! HARDEN: COURT I il.rtlm-tlvi ihutter-door medkln.rabinet .' "nlvm range Carport. all CY 3-4HM. 11'Oct. IJM8IM I
DUPLEX APTS. APARTMENTSrurnibed 19-15011 Winter Haven AreaOM that will df>ll..ht you IW. ISM Down 11301Per I ItATIIN *'... deed rwuna,,
FOR RENT or Unfurnlahed 1-bed- II Winter haven and .beautiful Ianmirrors. tin. Ma hvlg dlelag tm, rlwlda rwm JAM KBWa
room central heat and air Contact IW-III440 Winter Haven Incidental! the reramlr III. I.I tht. I mad la< 'tiding rarpellag, *raBe : Ih. king of the Ill..). hut lef.
Dal Tile rryatalllne .la**. 3 117 KUDKWATKK f>R NW .. 4l I-kw NerrelrlgeraUr sea him beat Ihl. deal |KI cIo..n"nd $I4-A Lots &
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ATIIERTON REALTy lamou be.111 la
1 Br Lk-front 150 Mo. L. Silver Dr. u* lor detail BR. I IH bath Only IIIMio' IIWDnwn I n. range In I ) AcreageCommercial
StM month a
YOUR BROKER sculptured at' : ; a Iota you
CO MS W. Central CY t CONTACT with rontralliui Mo I It ,*w llh TrNMit .
I Br Lakevlew ISO Mo. Av* L. NK' : I distinctive and ITU 14 per Mi51k tH-drowu home For more Information
1S-TF rent very ue8FN tNNn995M9O)
1 Br Lake new, WO Mo. Ave. L NE I slaw < I lead I l'alllUCK AT
---- charming A' until I It..1
MIKE MAISANO 18 : slicing: 10I Ihueumplelrly 4- Mil Ave P. NW I bedroom CH I HfllOHNTIIALKR 4 CO -- 941111Nile
from the (nine' area
2-BEDROOM furnMwd apartment Horn*. Only Mho |M> Duma.IMT4 Mkend HMSIII Lot
I yard, oomplettwith .
1200 LAKE SILVER DR. 01.1It. Sliver Drive Sliver --- private Her Mo. 10.11
Crest Apartment. tall CY I-I770/ bearing. dim tree and colorful mwlT' I'U: I __ _
2ND l FLOOR or IM-HIO I-TF I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINOTICE 1 !.!, .land*apingalready to UuUMI 8-121 PALM DH W'll.O\'d", I .HtDHOOM: hone and bedroom Sox 1M rt. located: on Av. C,
CY 3-7465 I JUtt a* charming and of distinctive '. i, CH Homo Only \ SIM e.cdttfe haul. |IUU down IM OU month SW. Across from Exchange
18-tf NICE :1-b.droom furnished apartment The warm tone antiquebrlrk Down I If good credit CY I.tltl nKMT
Reasonable) Uttlltl: turnshed. | \ I combing with long wbl.ahul- I, PI.y4)ln' I MUHI-UAllK 'ORI' OF WINTER: Bank Puking lot. Wide newly
-- Call after 4pm CY 4-M1T tcra and thi beautiful lifetime remrnl We have the keys to all of HAVEN ITF
NEWLY decorated 3 room apartment lH-tl I llli. roof A 'I.le drlvrway WARREN: MIKI.L.: Realtor pared street with alley entrance
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Stov. and refrigerator 160 with around those & a complrte list of all I
---- complete turn In rear. For tale by owner .
I 7 ROOM huuae, I lot In Eagl'
monthly Adult.. Con\'entently located : .In then columns toe area an that you dm I have to bark available Homes.Beasley .1. *

-. 661-Ave -B.-NW.-- --1841tBEDROOM "I: UNFURNISHEDUWICISNCIU and 14 BED- i day the NEW list of FIR = I'i out on the urealads The front. In and a double HIM
unfurnished houwATHtRTON ROOMS.Conveniently! Nice' located large ury m Old room PontalBuUdlng -' : acquired properties in the E: lawn rarimrl are fully eodded with Iw4)Itohia I Realty Co. i lluo) l"i T>.... 11-11 w E4aa Watson Realtor, CY

Central!: CY 4-3X4 REALTY 643 ll-TF W Call CY MIH or CY : Winter Haven AuburnE: read) craw In Two and .beautiful landacaplng' Jlanllnlf I* al 134 tth St., NW IT 2-ntT Ne.. and ll.eil rll Hnuars '4NWLY PAINTED I KR I bath .IU,

--- "4187. ,I-TF. E dale area bed one wllh the moat unuwal 22171 ritA imvenllonal. VA C H tkiubla rarpurt. porch, FTF
--- t'hariea Mrt'i.mM, flroheiAVIMS
Vacuum VKtern' fenced yard, DaIraMt -
UNFURNISHED J-bearoom dupe I I A i bednmrn anartinont for particular : and delightful curved trunk palm : S E location near hew chop.
apartment J'hon..ooa or people : For the COMPLETE list = tree \'''u'U't'r .eeAll 1011 II U.1. II I mgp lour. walking dlatanr. ALL alNIDEHTlA1.: LOT M..... **e*
29i-a&1i.: : 11-18 OWEN MOTOR LODGE homes = ---- trhool Owner tranaferrad U .
i ot FHA owned this roadfur your fame >" lion In Eagle Lake, II.Mo cull
-I-BEDROOM-. DL.---L'-R and den- Hwy IT North 17.>> I = available and full details |: brand new, )ul rompleted and formly NOD: A IKMIU DEAL: TO UtlV AtoM Down. Itio Pairmeal 3ee.nik It.Aaaume S H, lSillWR M.rleat. or term If preferred. Call ..- 5

A C and attic fan 16.41 Ave. L: -- ---- about prices, down pay- :I ., |IT tutl Including the kingelnu JilllllllllnllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH'HIII( I( I I \ JO: Call 3MM75S after S aiin II.TF anyllm.--' __ -TF-__
Dr I lot high aloii the hill aboMIjike SbednumI I
NW one block off Lake Howard din < tor k. > to we large ---
racei Interlachen Park, $100month per IM tance floor to apartment town and Walking lake Quiet menu, etc., see or call = I Klhert" truly an addree.that 1410 Avenue h.inii NW .....1I..nOr, 1MotiKRN : 104191E KEYS: Tu nil 111 A. A. FOR' SALE: IN DUNDEE
Phone 2M-V74I or 294-2X2 = Town & Cowi = nan .be pro U d of MI V A Romeo In thin area Payment
and clean Adult pleaae' Ml Ave the folks at I Ix.l4tUlk oppoait ached
17-TF .unded by I o > e I >' .......tv. a> kiw a. IHW.Oil down No rloa- Ji
evening ll-TF HNE hnua Each lia .
B. NW. lot n Iola It
.. .." try Real Estate FHA = h. mea. tsar lu ..,110<.1. Jam a ) : MEW : ....d".m retire Ini met to buyer 117 Ednewatirlilv. g
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---- I lirtal no ft. 1JA
FOR RENT Bedroom duplex E Property Managers E hort walk to ,ih. <- new elementaryrhiwl n..m, h..mAv.. I' IU 512 Ill I bedroom lU bath, real ft. g
with cell heat 11210 per week or I ft.00 2 Bedroom month apartment and Includingutllllle on lakeMB hand tu shopping. do.... :3 bedrooms, 2 full bathsof lIy Ilwner a Hlllldel c'V 341134TV IIIPm\ )... III ** Monthly pay pomprlalng tree.,, I Sean of about treat U grapefruit T....*
MS 00 per month. Alan have l-bed- a up | Winter Haven Auburn- : town. and churches nnanrlng ran m.-nla MS 31 plus Ta... ft tnaurame ruunit 40 old LoratM
Alan weekly rate Sierra built living enjoyment year on
I horn living dining ; = boo arranged Ewe It anytime custom M7 Avenue O IB: I bedroom
room room CooTt Motel', I1 V 17 North IT-TF I dale area Hwy 17 alternate 17) at T...-
room, kltchan, with l\ bath, --- --- .- ---- .. 1 Jolt call *H-4JM. Mi-Rlray Bulld.r.or large beautifully htMie hark and' fendi'Nne hlp Lin. Dundee and .Lake Mamll-
IMOO per month or |A.OO per CLEAN 2 room well fumlefted du- E The list Includes = open Sunday afternoon for your landscaped 97' s 147 LAKEFRONTHOME |H.WO Manthiy payment ton l'." or T.rm.. Ownergomuel
w..k. ::194-1.1 or FR ::1-1" 16-11 neighborhood Air many admiration At the corner of IMh MOM *4u* I... *v 1...,._. 1110tth Abraham, 1141 S. 10th mfhlladalphla
In quiet
conditioned pli Utility room Carnorti E fine CB homes with down EE Court and Avenue h NK: li-Tf lot climate controlled Mr**!, MR I .bedroom. oak : 47. Pa IS-ll

Adult. Rrference No pet 74A payments as low as $100 : with CE central heat and PRICE II.',. Price 111MO IIW(HI down,
( For Rent Furn. nwalhly Ml II ptn* lanes ft. lnur-
(12)) Dr CY 4.2101. 17-p
Lake.. Jenle, : E with no mortgage costs It : ftI'IJot'ORAT': S-bedrorrtn 1 bath air conditioning Florida REDUCED. once Call
trallera Adults Only low sE humr Ixicated on over 'y acre with brick fire 1.0.awn., AMoclale
CLEAN E monthly payments as room .
land ranal Into Lake .
adtolnln tome ... ('Y ln4
2221 7th Street NW FIlm...... 3bedrootn Thomhlll Mid-Lake. and* Mobile Spirit Home...k. Road Park. as $4607. EE Echo M MO DH.by 1110 Craw place oriental gardenoff from USM( to $13,5(10\ J EDGAR T HALM a..II.rI" NOTICE
M Uke Alfred and all OURS:
hOUle'WIVf' "
Routsy living -
home $16. :l93-11M "TI' room
tw6t. Rvenlni : OKPKR. Realtor JTHSJI Isle Located Chain of Lakes --- -- '-
C d14 518 81 NW CY I --- --- dream kitchen with on
? GENTLEMEN Rams by week r .ertrude Bryan CY b-$0 = _. this home consuls of 2 DR. I
RoaonabliSierra fourt Motel S Ruinrll Frake CY t-IUI = t'uItOln-bullt-lnl. sewing
1 ROOM furnlahed apartment Air llw>' IT North TTF = Eleanor lulehart CY 4 111. S OPEN: IIOl'SE: TODAY and laundry center tile bath Florida room living OPEN HOUSE Classified Ad
Paul Smith CY 3-$03 S
conditioned Alan water furnWiadCY and
"-8 ie6. 11-30 EXCELLENT lor 1 or 2 peouli Kxcellent = Malcolm Tetreault CT t-SOT \ Owners moved to Jack and dining room 35 K COLUMBIAIn
location condition In New 2 bedroom. 2 bath retirement onvilU.. have reduced large patio The yard li extra -

Furnlahed RENTALS Unfurnlahcd Eagle Lake. 2W-1W6 17-JU TOWN t, COUNTRY home CormT Alucha and price to $22.900 for quick nice with a land beach L.U Alfred Deadline For

E. 8UTCUFFE REALTORCY Voluila Drive SE Drive toward and pier For more Information SATURDAY SUNDAY

4-4131 Bvn CY I-7J1I ((12-A) For Sale or Rent 2lTu..noIf ('($ I Ii'lWijIW( ( Cypress Gardens Spa open fate call ':00 M.-4.00: P M. Sundays PaperIs

T-TF EaSoIl411i1 I HL UI JU E house sign it Lake Ina. For appointment showing New Three Bedrooms

FOUR Bedroom. IM brick I call Zrlla Pearson Two Baths Fla. Room
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THREE 1-bedroom apartment I CY _MS30: 17.23 4 BR.. Hi bath NE Make an rvrnlnfi: CY :2M02 REALTORS Friday. 2:00 P.M.
ground floor 508 Ave Offer. l4.av4Ma
CB home, bedrooim. Inlnx ram SOIL 1204) Klitk ",.. NWNlnter
kitchen and dint c.mbln.Til.. 2 Bit, Clean at I pin lI.u., Fla. CEO. MILLER BLDR. Call
br duplex apt 3HU4 Av. M. I Hath arreened |I"rrh .rl.aratr.| gmIge IW DOWN PAYMENT: $11.100- and a bargain TOWN t, COUNTRY A Good Family Home
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distance to down-
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I Page) Fourteen WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIl'F- WINTER HAVFN,, FLORIDA Fr day :L,( pter her 18 I 964

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By United! Press International Thursday's Results
American League New York 6 L. A. 2, twilight
W. L. Pct GB (Only game scheduled)
New York 86 59 .SM Friday's Probable Pitchers IT'5 A SUPER SALE
BaltimoreChicago 88 61 561 Washington at Chicago night KN
88 61 MlTl -Osteen ((1411)) VI. Pitarro
Detroit 71 ..58010(4Los ((179)\ )
AngelesCleveland I 76 74 .507 12'4' Cleveland at Detroit, nightTiant -
74 72 507 12'* ((8.2)) vs Aguirre ((5.9)). Open Mon. ,lira lOrof when Grants-own brands famous for quality
Minnesota 74 74 .500 13't Los Angeles at Baltimore, Saturday 1:30 to 9:00: ,
Boston 66 83 .443 22 night Latman (5-10) vs Pap-
Washington 57 92 .384 31 pat (155)( and economy, are sale priced for extra savings
Kansas City 54 93 .367 33 Kansas City at New York,
night Meyer (2-6) or Segul
((814)) vs. Ford ((146)), '

Mantle Lifts Boswell Minnesota Saturday's((0-0))at vs Boston Charton Games, night((0.0)). r 1NO: IFS NO ANDS NO BUTS SATISFACTION

Yanks To 1stNEW Cleveland Washington at at Detroit Chicago !


YORK (UPD)-After all Minnesota Kansas City at at Boston New York (: ', d '. ...'. .." *-t..... ,

these yeara as a Yankee, you'd National League
think Mickey Mantle would be W. W. Pet. GB
used to the honors, homer and Philadelphia 89 58 .605
homage.It St. Louis 82 64 .562 6Vk .1
ain't so. Cincinnati 81 65 .555 7W j } ti7c brand jJUMBO
When the Yankee cripple- San Francisco 81 66 .551 8 ; "x
and that's what he Is-stroked Pittsburgh 75 70 517 13 ii I1I CREST 4t
'H GRANT e : 'Pti1
three straight hits In a 6-2 Milwaukee 75 71 .514 13*
tory over the Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles 73 74 .497 15 1
Thursday night, he accomplished Chicago 66 80 452 22* S ANTIQUE SATIN \p'1 CUSHIONSGrantsown
two things: Houston 60 88 .405 29*
-He lifted the Yankees Into New York 50 96 .342 38* I
first place In the American Thursday's Results b DRAW DRAPES -I ,.(" '
4 400 Assorted ColorsAll
League race by two percentage Clnrlnnatl 7 Chicago 5
points over the Idle Baltimore Philadelphia 4 Los Angeles 3 }
Orioles and the Chicago White night Reg. Priced $3.99 '-sL.-: ') And Styles to Choose

Sox. (Only games acheduled)
-He became the fifth Yankee Friday's Probable PitchersSt. \ -' From
J to the 2,000-tut mark .- (
surpass Louis at Cincinnati, night
And when It was all over, TsitourlsMl "f ,
Simmons ((15-9)) vs.
Mickey Mantle admitted a ( ). 4 NOW All R.,. Priced 1.00
strange thing. Chicago at Milwaukee, nightEllsworth -
Said Mickey: "I was an (1415)( vs. Fischer x !
goose pimples."That crowd really (11.9)). ; t .
shook me. New York at Houston, night i
Only 1,271 fans turned out for Jackson ((10-14)) vs Larsen ((4-
this twilight game one of the .
r 7))
most important the Yankees Philadelphia Los Angeles 77
will play all season and they night Short (17-7)( ) vs
reserved their cheers for the Richert ((2-1)). 4 r 2.97 NOW

Mick Pittsburgh at San Francisco,
It's true that Roger Marls night Gibbon ((9-7)) vs. Es h
also collected three hits and telle ((0.1)). E i ,
scored two runs while Roland Saturday's Games r s I'
Sheldon pitched one.hit ball St. Louis at Cincinnati, night _
over the final 2 1.3 Innings to Chicago at Milwaukee '% 63" long t
preserve the victory for Mel '4 tit.tt ry",
New York at Houston, night 90" long
Stottlemyre, his seventh victoryin Philadelphia at Los Ang.. night ..5'
nine decisions Pittsburgh at San Fran., night a
But the big hero was Mickey. --- 2 YlAR CDLOA Rayon acetate drapes with satin. 1 "
Limited to two hits in his 27 weave batk that acts as a lining;
at-bats, Mantle hit a wrong pinch-pleatedtops.Newdrapesot ; a
iL or youe i M }, a
field double to left off loser Negro Youth Nm.nly b.ct, If colon your money back, if colors fade I .t ,J y ,
Fred Newman during a three- the Lde dais within of Z yam purrheu./coin within2years from purchase ,'' ., r, '
run burst In the fourth Inning n
that gave New York a 3-0 lead.
When Mickey approached the Has Trouble
plate leading off the sixth inning
the Yankee PR man
alerted the assembled cameramen date'A.

Mantle's to "get 2,000th let. .hit".this could be Finding JobWASHINGTON

At if on signal, Mantle drovea
tingle to center field, Joining (UPI-A) Ne
Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrlg, Joe gro teenager has less chanceof
Grant Create
DIMagglo and Yogi Berra in finding a job today than he I .
the Yankees' exclusive 2,000 hit would have 10 years ago. :
club. That Is the clear meaning ofa 1- ( ft rrsi! EASY-CARE TIERS BARKCLOTH
special Labor Department
breakdown on teen.age unemployment re : ti. py ; Easy to wash Little i or no ironing REMNANTS
Dundee by color and sex. I ? ,i "''w, I Dry in minute Top quality fabric
Joblessness among all youngsters
Rev and Mrs Robert Stand-! from 14 to 19 years old Is All Reg. Priced $1.00
fer and children, Beth and Tom
now clout 15 per cent three
my, have returned from a
times the rate for American In
month's vacation which Included
all age categories.But
visits with their parents, the rate 'a r e 88
Rev and Mra. E S. StandiferIn pair
Negro boys was running at
Parrish, and Mr and Mrs. 24.4 per cent In the first eight 'MATCHING VALANCES..69a
J. H. Fisher In Ellington, camp- months of this year The rate BURLAP : 3 51
Ing In the Smoky Mountains of YDS
for Negro girls was a startling A. Permanent finish Everglazea'Miniare' cotton
North Carolina; and a ilghtiee- 33.6 per cent-or 24 times the Full ruffled, choose white or pastel shades.
Ing t'lp to Washington, D C.
En route the Standifers visited Jobless rate for white girls. CAFES B. Cotton,tailored styles! quaint provincial print. 79c YD. IF ON
In Jacksonville with the Rev. What's more the Labor Department
Bledsoe, former pastor of study concludes, the fr- f OTHER STYLES AVAilABLE fULL BOLTS

Haines City Methodist Church. gap between white and Negro t 1 i AND Cotton Cape Coddeit in mix-or-match print and Machine washable and
Mr. and Mrs Buck Tomlin- unemployment rates has been t solid color. (Ask for matching tie-backs.) colorfast cotton printsPerfect
son, accompanied by Mr and increasing for the past decade .
Mrs Raymond Pearce, spent The Labor Department report CURTAINS White cotton with two-tone flock-and-print band, for decorating
the weekend in Lake City, concluded: 4 simulated cross stitch design your home; 45" wide
here they visited Mrs. "The problems of non white 4
Pearce'i sister, Mrs Lonnie teenagers In the labor market
Pearce.Mr. are Increased by discrimination
and Mrs. Leon Scar and by lower educational attainment I
borough have returned after I The per cent of nonwhite .
summer In Melbourne where teen-agers In school l Is :
Scarborough was employed.Mrs. less than that of white youths, : 2.47 JUST
Ethel Vales Is expectedto and often the education that ,
arrive from Macon, Ga. this nonwhites do obtain Is of Infer t\ Y\ '
week for a visit with her son- lor quality. \ SAY .
In-law and daughter, Mr. and "Even among high school -t 869. 2.9,
Mrs. Jack Thomas and family. graduates, the unemploymentrate
After visiting several weeka for nonwhites is about
with relatives in Kcnsas and double that of whites 4.97 CHARGE IT
.. ...,
Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs Jack Of course, all teen agers are U" .
Dempsey are back home. The having more trouble finding t 1 597 t
Dempseys were accompaniedon work because of the surge In "" .... 0.55 : .IF. ?
the trip by Mrs. Demple)'. the teen population as a result 'I
sister Mrs. Ruby Brundage of of the postwtr "baby boom. I r. .
St Petersburg This was coupled with a relative j 1 r
Mrs Archie Graham and son decline In the number of .
Roy are here from Annlston, jobs available for them In the dranti-oirn; brand t
Ala for a visit of several day unskilled and semiskilled cate T"t<-" *V-
3Xf ,' t"*' t5L"ly
Graham's son-lnlaw gory. fi "x*
with Mrs.
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. These are the jobs many 's' .' ; .
John Livingston and family. youngsters obtain because they g
Also visiting the Livingstons require little education trainingor 1 RAYON CHALLIS CAPE CODDERS + ., :
are her brother-in-law and als- skill, the Labor Department t r Jt .
ter Mr. and Mrs Thomas Den, I report said. !i"-\r\--t -L-i: AU **<). Priced l.tt .r '
Iso and son Phil of Albany

Ga.Mrs, James Hamrlc wi a hon.ored Announcingthe 4 fnrM+ GRANT CRESr WASH & HANG't
birthday r'
with a surprise "ttiixf
party given by the Young NOW 1.67 1 I FIBERGLAS CAFE
Adult Women's class of Dundee opening of CURTAINS
Sunday School, assistedby V. ,
the Dental Offices M&k. AI Priced l.tt
the Girls' Auxiliary of the ; L: _:: tg.
Society JO", )6"
Women's Missionary sl I
held in the .- lonflFlitk
The party was
chi hall of the church, where DR. M. B. GILLILAND ,. : Now 1.67 poi

birthday cake and punch were OMD. ,I ; of a hand t-K.ng Hi the style! Hang straight. ,
erved following a social hour. w 11 v
About 25 were present. Mrs. lice HAVENDALI IIVD.Sp tio-bntk. v lan church .. n, l"4 ( iron, white ihallia. pastel white edging white and colors. Wash,
Hsmric) It wife of the _, 'wO,.et 'j no- ; or drip-dry hang in 7 minute
pastor and teacher of the Young Phone 274-1505 \ + 24" (...a .1.*f Bnas-hue ring included. 3
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