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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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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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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 City Of tOO Lakes

THE WEATHER Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Citru; Capital Of The World


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,. VOL. 53-No. 308 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS S






Winter Haven Hospital Drive Starts Thin -







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Auto Workers Strike GM, $500,000



Needed ForExpansion



89 Plants Are Closed Down Winier Haven Hospital





260,000 Men 1500,000# The fund drive! for the addition .

to the Winter Haven Hoi

BUILDING FUNDHEADQUARTERS pital! l wilt start Thursday Oct.
.j I. according to drive chair

Are Idled mm Thomas B. Swinn The

t I money needed from the community .

to make the drlvt (

success Is $300000

By WalkoutDETROIT "T'a .. .." ... _.." :, ", "' ,. "The overall amount required .
to build the new add!
tlon to the hospital comes to
(IUPII) The United ,
Auto Workers Union and Ii r: : 13 S million This builds the

t'. r t General Motora Corp. today :S: .. r ...-........... _... ...:. ......- y eight airy addition and complrtrly -
r a --- --
failed to reach agreement on a
4 j II new three year contract and the FOR BIG DRIVE-The Winter Haven Hoipital Buildirfg' Campaign Rynrrion. president of the

union called a strike by more opens cent Thursday, Oct, I I. and offices have been let up In this building( at Third St. Winter Haven Hospital' Board

than 260.000 workers at 89 GM and Ave C, SW from where the half million dollar drive will be directed. lleadini up the campaign
plant! across the country committee under Swinn Is
The union left the William Riley. chairman of
on Job
l 'it '. ", et .\ "
nearly 90000 workers at 41 ; _< \ "'"' <" '" T '. a the executive committee Oil,
::
plant that produce either key Senate Begins er committee chairmen art a*
defense parts or vital component :: Nighl BeatStory I follows Joe K, Hay. Lead'

for auto firm in the fIrst Gifts; Samuel J Tlldrn and

Selective atrike In auto-labor ForAdjournment : Of An Alligator Alfred File, chairman and
Stampede
historyThe .. co chairman of Advance
<
c si GM strike came after !the (:ifU; .I. W V-hllaker and Andrew
f t union had already won 54 cent A pollreman hours on City Hall he cam upon *
i I Ireland chairmanand
) I an hour contracts from Ford a< the graveyard shift are a five.foot alligator relaxing
co-chairman of
7ti and Chrysler and was triggered 10nc'l)' one but once in on th sidewalk, Special
Gifts Mrs, A G Hancock and
by non'economic Issues ,; awhile the dull routine I I. window shopping at Tip ; ,
MM Frank Holland chairman
Official word of the strike .: broken Top TV
30 minute WASHINGTON (IUI'lI' ) With a full and chairman of Tom
came after the 10 Del Dullock dispatcher Stf Rowe knowing ,
eve M EsT deadline oixwitk 1 loitiam over reapportlonment munlty Gift: and Rynerion.
a m r:, on the 11 to T shift lat will that the creature was
A LAW President Walter Reuth broken In the Senatefongreu down at his typewriter not thert for th* purpose chairman of the Publicity

er ':aid It wa with ", great' appeared bunched today sometime during tholelonely of purchasing a television Committee
: : sense of ladnoiR we have to announce on a final stampede toward hour last night to set and also realizing that Other committee heads are

I.4 wi were unable to reacha adjournmentThere record aomelhlng just a the cltiiena of our fair J. Hunter llyer. chairman of'
ipiilement with GM" the wan nerioui talk of bit Ml of the ordinary city might think they were Finance Committee Mrs. R
world biggest and richest cloning up !hop, for the year by : Here I I. his tale. In full dreaming if they stepped W Johnson chairman of Ai
BIG "D"-Winter Haven High vanity cheerleaders provide a gentle reminder that manufacturing companyThe the end of next' week and verbatim : out In the morning and 't rangementi Committee Mr

there1! football her. tonight. From front and center r..ding clockwiie around the D (for red haired union leader The Senate finally approved a were confronted with this i i James B, Miller. president ot

I D.vilsl) are: Karen Laiehe, Suianne Faxxarl, Ging.r Robertton, J.r. Roddick. Br.nd. told a jammed newt conferencethat non binding "seniie of Congress "A policeman' job on light decided that it the Hoinltal Auxiliary

R...., Kathy Gran, Cecilia Lane, Patti! Silv.y, Susan Swarti, and Wanda Livingston a strike was called became compromise Thursday on reapportionment the mW"ICh.hlft la uiu would be proper to move Paul Baichon Jr. aitlatanihospital
For compl.t. rundown,on tonight's g.m., turn to Page I 11 1 GM was "unwilling to meet' \ of Ute Iegtsb sty'sht of boredom Con add alligator I administrator will
the standaola U 4HHtI demanded IUM M JJ4fr to IU longdenfeid I Minify. M the move, fWaMrchea "Su with the able aasltttixe represent the employe and
by worken.. The major .. lid auttifis for the unts\ ual. of Officer Alton Dr George Graf repreum

Johnson Hints At Summit tumbling block "were produc ttaibiiIt. n. the unexpected Houlweil and Jerry Miller the Medical Staff
: u tavd. off an affect to "!lo 1WII tonight ai
lions standards and union representation tilt animal was dispatched Although not actively engaged
.
I..nd thus kill -the
I regarded a* non*' com : SKI Gf'lIew.. patrolledthe to the nearest lake" In the drive,, Ad mini'/
economic problems.As promise and the biggest apparent downtown area. To Bullock didn't say trator Melvin J Arnold will

the 10 I.m EST deadline hurtle to adjounwnettt was *ay he was surprised with whether the alligator r*. supply background material
Conference With Nikita 3 pa ed with no word from the t.(earedLike what he found would notI aisled No charge were aa well at help with various
water pairing through a
bargaining room thousand of be emphatic enough Aa he and
broken dam UllalaUan lodged against It. al any phases of Information
EL PASO. Tex i UPI i i- .President to be opening the door to a po, We have the strength and worker went out at GM plants move The 0MMte rushed beganto the rounded a corner near tale. other material at the drive

Johnson said today he in Hible summit conference withSoviet ,elf confidence to be IIl'nl'rou'loward acrons the nation The word II I WIIion foreign aid bill to fI.v"", ': fiIIIIat':e vy.._. .... "\' 'f' ,... _, progreiae
talk to Premier Nikita S Khrushchev came quickly The architectural firm of
willing to no anywhen our friends and un paaaace. approved, scores of
anyone dl! ,cu<< any sulilect if If elected in November California add three plants .pending.. nomiMtk and pained Stevens and Walton of Orlando
would freedom term Continued On Page t, Col 2)) employing T200 were shut In hospital, .
it strengthen to a four-year tt aon conlroverilal bill before Civil Defense Airlift specialists run
and advance world peace Johnson said the United down Texas said i.900 were out quilting far the night atructlon and planning' will

The Chief Executive appeared States l is strong enough to 'it at the Arlington GM plant Th thorny reapportionmentauettiiM consolidate all of the actual

down at the conference table Chain Of Lakes leveland reported I.BOO out at went back! to the work of the building. This
two Flutter body plant, SI Set At Gilbert Field
with any nation In a search for Hwwo. where leader, were reported firm has been In charge of
agreement that would lead the Louis said 7.000 walked out at nasty to take the Senate the local work for the put 10

Pops Concert way His to lasting appeared peace to contrail To Be PatrolledPolice wafted 10 am out, Several In the New thousand York compromise aa the beat way Winter Haven' Gilbert Field vlronment (D-IO ciah.r.. yean.
position area out of a political thicket that will be j key factor In Polk levels of radioactivity have diminished Construction I Is expected to
with Sen Barry Goldwater'n has bedeviled atari aa anon aa funds areavailable
Congress since
Reuther said the did County Civil Defuse plan foran aufflclently to permit
Scheduled views against seeking new boat will again patrol not respond the company the Supreme Onurt'i June It airlift exerclae to be conducted sir activity Into designated* Beside the money
accommodation with the Soviets the chain of lake at loon should have In light way of earlier they ruling throughout eaalernUnit' port. railed locally Hill Burton

The GOP presidential ai final I arrangement.. are agreement with Ford ..ndChrydl'r In It. deeWnn' the blab court ed States on Oct. 1 and 4. Gov. Farris Bryant through funds have been granted In
nominee once suggested minf, worked out, Charles Goahorn, The ruled that ash House of a date According to Wea Gunn, Polk the Slat Civil Defena, director the amount of 1200000 The
the threat of breaking off diplomatic chairman of the Canal Com these union Bought tomake leglalalwre nest be apportioned CD director, the local airportwill fax Instituted recovery hospital will have to borrowor
Tuesday NightThe agreement
tie with Russia to gain million announced todaySpeeding for the GM contract a. pattern GM on the bails of .....1.Uon The be an Intermediate landing plan and has requested airlift be' given the remainder
conceuiofti from the Kremlin through the canal Senate eomffomU wa a sub field tor all aircraft flying out and oommunlealloM support) ----- -
The President opened a Jet aid It wan willing to match the of Orlando, Coals. Cocoa It.
of ititute for i measure to delay and p.l.rabur.-CI..ltr International
Haven in flagrant disregard
Winter I Pope
speed speaking trio to Texas ontmued On Page S, Col 1)it& ) the court'' order for Ft. Pierce, and the operational Airport tea .been
Orchestra, under the directionof the five mile! -per hour limit i* one yearIt Youth TopicAt
Christian Kirsch, YoW open Oklahoma and Arkansas with going to be topped." Goahorn !Ij 'i expreiae the "aenne of Con airport for PoU County and designated a* the receiving baa
his pledge to travel' anywhereIn great" that dabs ahouM be adjacent. countle In Central In Florl b for the acceptance
It* 1964-65 season next Tuesday Mated
the of and freedom Florida, aircraft personnel, and ma
night. cause peace Virgin Islands given up to six l moniha to reapportion
have :
Pointing out that hole
Cap! A W. Bella rd, county terial.
The concert, which will begin been knocked in boats moored In line with the ruling. Rotary
the orchestra' 11th con- It came in a speech preparedfor The foreign aid MO bearingthe Civil DehmeealrtraiMportationofficer
with Mexican adjacent to canal and lever will coordinate, ( ..over Planned missions will\ Include
aecutlve season, will be pre- a ceremony at have narrowly e* reapportionment rider. apparentlv all eaercls here. M.J.) Donald airlift ofmrincypr-
aented at Nora Mayo HaU and President AdoUo lanes Matee persons Deal Is Dead was destined for aHnuie sorrel, blood plasma, and other John Sitook of Lakeland, r..
the
to celebrate the settlement. of taped being thrown into Driver will sieve a* mission
la acheduled to start at o'clock. Renate conference lire bunlnea oxwutlve, talked
cow IIIIt.rlll'l aerial surveillance
water recently by the backwash Ommander Bill Casey, deputy ) :
Kirch la a prominent Tampa the 100-year old ChamUal boon mute hut little difficulty was of highway traffic air courier to members ol I the local Rotary
of hot roddrr Civil Dettna director, will be ;
speeding
violinist and teacher, a former dm dispute with Mexico expected In working out an and service sir-born club yesterday noon on "Ro.tary' .
re4Moglea| officer i message ;
concertmaittr for the Tampa Let Chamlial land aa t Coahorn hissed a warning that Freeman Says ; early compromlae Lucky radio relay satin radiological Ronponalblllty\ to Youth".
t
Parker will communication ;
Philharmonic Orchedra and la, symbol to all the world that in the future such boat drlv The house rated to authortte officer and Alfred Comtw will monltorinf) and radioeommun- "What/ ,la the legacy thai we'lllave
In bet, one of the founding*lgn- the most troublesome of prob- era will\ be pronecuted r the full MS !billion Prealrfent be la chare of the Polk leatlona.Organltafiofui. to the youth of the aatlon
era of it* present charter He tam! ran wield 'n the tooli of The ordinance regarding By Ml BIRSO JR. Johnson asked, heat the' Senate emergency quad. County taking part In I feel the U I I. the knowledgeand

has studied 11 Germat: u:..t ace Johnson aid toatl:.j in the chain of lakes Staff Writer approved by the HOUMT In actual This airlift exercise I.baaed th* exercle will be Civil Defense umivritandlnc of freedomand
.
fair 'La-tin: peace wJI come .. i, 17 cU ar he pointed out The Virgin laland deal I* The latter. figure virtually on the effect of a almuUled U. I. Air Force Reserves opportunity thai can only be
He will conduct the P:=pi f: the .l'errI'... rs'lent: : pest< ::-J t' :i utter disregard for dead put history Orvllk matrhet the amount already' nuclear attack on the United U. .. Air Fore Civil !had through the American way
Orchestra In The Cro -_re t, -I I : of the .af-' of other fat w of life," said Snook
: in p.rtar: -r by a Freeman told a gathering off.orida approved by the nose m actual State. seat of the Mlaalssippl Air Patrol, Federal Aviation
(Continued On Page. CoL al) problem. he added hot.rodder will be topped < tires Mutual mem appropriation to finance the River' Th,,involved I*conaldered Association: Radio Amateur H* IIIJ thai it 1* the youth
who will soon carry the torch
and General
bars e'erdy in a speech at programThe In a pt./Il-.llIcll en- Operator avtsiion
> Industry groups and Individual and they'll, be the ones to d*>
LakelandThe eM the future court of this
The
main of the
objectives *i-
Virgin Itlanrf deal arches will be to test and ...1- great nation.
which t the secretary referredto Beautification Workshop sale the eapaMlllle of general "The greatest good for allot

was a proposal U end the aviation resources and to proved mankind can be obtained) only
t jlJr tariff ,,n otru Imported Into for developing and testing when men are fr... When we,
this untry by the Virgin I- com muni**(km* grams lor In I ghee country ape k of povertywe
,lands and Panama, Opens At Nora Mayo Hall command and *..r.a during must. understand that we allroe

Maintaining thai tariff has emergency eondttlona. from the rank of poverty,

be the No I peejret of Mu three things thalocal' biker to fill the Empire Mat asking only thai the opportunity
b presented to make
a auceeaain
tot Most of the people lathe riUan* elm do to kp Florida MMIng IS Uwe.But llf*. For ...IIIIC.. the tnden.
industry, agree the dripping be.III 11.1 i are Educate ximetMng I* being don Wed aervanta who cam overworked

the tariff would. be a dev. the prapto, provide r* ef *rUi. about thus ta New York! a.. Burns Reopens their way out, acme

.It.:I., .blew to the FtorMa. for traah. and enforce' anal cording to *e.d. LM year Office Here cam 10 head tremendous firm.
estrus Hwtwtry eefwetnllrbrn .kWrr law*. according to AI I TtjUt were arr.eied and fraud Actually poverty I* t dale of

added to .lasses *****,1) .Mrs II Baal Jr tHnI Uve for UtlriX UM street Campaign ..........,..,* of rind..' sail, tkiook.
Mrffered Inm the .Me toeeeof vie president W Keep Aaert Th ..... fr eo much lit "Haydoa Burns for Owerner" fine greatest peril fifing our

199 and. recw hurricane ea B aMt M. lose of New ttr today la the fart thai we reopened this week al Ave, A, nation today i* the real threat
Freeman. ...,..., at Lakeland York at,. are seek clean people Seed and Stath 11., SWJ. Of cMnmunlam. Read 'Th Pro

on has way to the Frwt Seed use the prbwtoel MM W* want everything D. HIII, who i I. a Winter traded War/ It will make youahtfVler
and V..a..... Convention at morning apeaker today at the packaged very neatly, but Haves City commlaVoe MM!! to ,..IIJ. the commun.
1 Miami where be atwte laid. VMetfng of the fl ride Stale then we thew the package realtor. Mad th* Dnmn4rllOU lam and capitalism cannM exist
...1 Bight Chamber of Camaseee" BafaAtatka .. away. *HM In tM area.Th aid by aid and that one must

'Immediately after .landing c...iMre at Nora H ct the tax payer half a .* office. will again be man Mnquer" add the apeaker.
'1 at Draoe FleW to LakeUad, May HaHKkruM MaftM diftar a year to d-bl af.4 by" Jielian ".... In closing he touched on theestablishment
Kill td that BwraawiU of a Foreign At
Fre.man hoarded a hetcepterand auMounc
ev doran have tr the street, park, and orbet
fair Inafltut for
.. be hoonred at a puNk reception: toe young peo.pi .
flew to grave Hightaad '
near to bury M. feed and Weart public place. Seed 'ald.) of Polk County
In Winter Haven tilt afternoon working
SOFT SEAT-C'*ei U".s Irldgot( center, I I. presented with a complimentary c.tln *- City vend ,by Muteal, bJryhH euraele.e In flMn fa tat Angels .last year H of (.t,14. with gifted' children, and]provld.
by the Jayteei, who wil sad +ft.", ton gM at the Winter Haven-LakeUnd& f*.t .N Emotive Vice PveetdVnt ..*> at the rate of T. tins a anmte rat an rctlnialfd I* cent per 5ag'rr.r..t coma' CAAdU log the younger eltUenaof ecurut

game for $2 aeb, the profits t*> ,. inte- the Joyce. youth! ports fund. Iridaes sees art W Rutled*}* 40. million UM a year puund to clean up litter Overa lacy are inviter) l>> obtain" cam moral fiber that will aaaur thm

given a cushion) because ha Shows Hue D.." football f. mi te the club .. ry Monday At Rutted,. a grove the tied went 08 to say that In years dm thi money palgn button uut ,>tlNtr maler.I. of eicelleol political futures..

"9ht. Makina the presentation am Eddie Smith left sad lilly Hammock. w''b. are in vrrrtary inspected th* Rabin New York ah>M retidrrt. and ." ai 'ht ,?adquartera hir.taf Th speaker waa Introducedty'

charg..f cushieni sale*. c,xrtioiwd: Oil Page s, tot ai, vlattan err apr.adutg trough < ',oiin.- <)n Page: 5 .oL 3)) the Ifli'l rek. .ontlnued On Page (, Cot 4)



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Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS- HIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Friday, Septem.r 2S 1'11)4'

.

Dr. ChaffinInstalled Little League % .

'


ByToastmasters r Team Feted ""- r




1 1r At Lake Alfred

;o..
Dr. Ervin Chaffin was Install\ I_ik(' Alfred Lions Club enler.
pd as president of the Imperial tamed members of two loral
Polk Toastmasters durlrr :a Little League Clubs and their
adles Night meeting at the Ha.v coaches last evenlntr: at dinner \
en Hotel last night. 1 .rr.ol'la of last week's i ran' be. \ '
Other officers Install wcr':: r a twren Winter Haven and Auburn. R
Colin Ragey, educational vice dalo was shown. A4
president; Franklin Attkisson,
administrative Coaches Jack Deedrlck and
vice president,
Dr. Harold Nordby, secretary Calvin TriPlett of Winter Haven
treasurer and Kenneth Alcorn, High School discussed play as
ergeant-aUarms. they were shown on the film.

Jack Cowan, area governor, Twenty.nlne boys from the
was the Installing; officer Lake Alfred Bankers teams,and /
Mrs. Kenneth Alcorn won the ,, ,, + their four coaches Warren Har. }
Table Topics award as the ladles ren, Maurice Patrick, Leo Ru.
were Invited to participate In the blnas and Norman Silvers, were
Toastmasters speaking contest. the guests I
Other speakers Included Mrs. Il
Oscar Smith, Mrs. Ervin Chat e, h Earl Morris, president of the
fin, Mrs. Harold Nordby, Paul Auburndale Lions Club, was also Yi, 5'
I
Pettlgrew, Ed Lockwood and Os. a guest. nit

man Turner. Van Brian delivered a pep talk ,
Colin Ragey won "Mr. on the Foundation for the Blind,
Speaky" for his talk on "Civ. and urged concentration on the
Illation. He told his audienceto drive for memberships In the
Judge for themselves whetherthe foundation, which ends Oct. 10.
actions of mankind today are
President James Telford
those of a civilized century. He re.
said that men must learn to TOASTMASTERS 1N TALL OFFICLR': ;1 New officers of the Imperial Polk Toastmasters minded those present that October REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES The COP candidate for U.S. Senator from Florida, Claude
work together for the better. were Installed during ceremonies at the Haven Hotel last nl *ht. From left: Dr Harold Nordby, Is membership month,and Kirk, spoke here last night and was guest at a coffee this morning at the Landmark. Shown with
ment of all mankind Instead of treasurer; Dr. Lrvln: Chaffin, president; Jack Cowan, area governor; Oscar bmllh, retiring urged that new club members be him are Polk Countlans running on the ticket with him In November. From left: Paul D. Wells, I
for just one's self. president; Kenny Alcorn, sergeant-at-amu; and Colin Ragey, educational vice president. brought In. seeking the state representative post In Group 3; Marvin Vernon, running for state senior;
Oscar Smith served as Mas. Next week District Governor Kirk; and James R. McIver, candidate for supervisor of registration

ter Evaluator with Jim Tatum William Coker will be present,
and Fettlgrew serving as eval. Miller Seeks Presbyterian Church Plans and new members to be Install the Republican ladles were brief.
uators. Kenneth Alcorn was the ed are Michael PondRev.Char. Republican Women Of Polk ed on other campaign plans for
Grammarian les Horton and Harvey Mathelu. the various Republicans running
Guests Included the wives of Richard Brumbaugh will be re for election In November.
the Toastmasters and Osman Votes InCalifornia Christian Education Sunday instated. In addition to the presidentialand
Smith and Miss Mary Laiica.. Hear Sen. Henderson Speak"Claude senatorial candidates, Polk
shire. Countlans will have
Christian Education Sunday tlves from the Bible an oppor.
The Toastmasters will retuin 3
Kidnaped tunity to vote for the follow.
to weekly meetings beginning will be observed at the First The String Ensemble, com- R. Kirk, Republican of the Sebring Republican Worn Ing Republican candidates Mar.
next Thursday. Meetings will be Presbyterian Church on Sunday prised of girls and boys of the candidate for the United States en's Club, reported on actlvl- vln Vernon, for state senator
held each Thursday at 6:30 p.m. and will bring to completion the church school, assisted by several Senate, will give Florida the new, ties of the Sebring club for the Paul Wells and Dr. James West;
at the Haven Hotel.Soviets FRESNO, Calif. (UPI)-Rep. plans made by the church school adults,and directed by Children Found young leadership we need In this group attending with her. state representatives James,
William E. Miller campaignedfor staff for the opening of the 1004 Mrs Virginia Davidson and growing state," State Senator Speaking for the Lakeland club Mciver, Supervisor of Registration ; .
votes today In a hedge. 65 season, according to Walter Mrs. Helen Edwards, accompanied Warren Henderson Sarasota, were Mrs. E. B. Sutton, vice and
Accept hopping trip through Callfor. E. Parker, church school superintendent by Mrs. Carroll Teeter POITIERS France (UPI-) Kirk's campaign manager for the chairman of the Polk County ; Roy Riley, sheriff.
nla's lush agricultural heart. and Mrs. Florence Wilson, will Three kindergarten children seventh congressional district, Republican Executive Commit.
Mrs. Edward H. Wales, play the prelude, offertory, and kidnaped near here Mondaywere told Republican women of Polk tee, and Mrs. Joe Sargeant III, NEW YORK Joseph Burns,
land.The GOP vice presidential chairman of the Christian Education the congregational hymns found today nonchalantly and Highlands Counties yester. wife of the Lakeland Republican an official of the National Po-
Chinese Bid Committee of the Ses- At the conclusion of each playing with pebbles along a headquarters chairman. lice Officers Association of
nominee planned In Merced morning and sion, and the church school service, the church school officers roadside almost 130 miles to day.Speaking at the group's meet. Mrs. Paul Heisler of Winter America, praising UPI Teletype
plane Stockton stops at the northern end of officers and teachers have Join teachers, substitute (he south Ing at the Haven Hotel in Win. Haven, state committeewoman, repairman Jame, Crouch for an
MOSCOW (UPt) The Soviet the rich San Joa iuln Vall.y.lIItt1ng ed in requesting church school teachers and youth advisors Police announced the childrenwere ter Haven, Henderson said that reviewed her personal interviewwith art of bravery for rescuing the
Union Thursday accepted a families to observe this Sundayby will participate In a dedicatory In good health and that Kirk "says what he thinks, be. Senator Barry Goldwater victim of an assault
brusque Peking invitation to at. hard at his theme attending services at 8:30 prayer offered by the Associate no ransom was paid but that lleves what he says, and does on his recent visit to Florida. "If Crouch had been a police
tend the 15th anniversary celebrations that the Democrats, not the or 11 a.m. Pastor, the Rev.Robert W. Far- the kidnapers got awn what he says he will do". Mrs. Ward Hughespresident, man he would have immediate
of the Chinese Communist Republicans, have led. the na. Promotions will t*held at the row. The kidnapers abandoned therhiklien Mrs. C. Mayberry, president presided at the meeting,In which 1) been promoted to detective
regime, but included no top lion Into war, Miller told a church school hour at 9:45a.m. Miss Helen R. Halnes,director near Bordeaux thl-
leaders In Its delegation. cheering partisan crowd at a Sepclal programs will be heldon of Christian Education,
!morning, apparently because a
Premier Nlklta/ Khrushchev $100.a-couple dinner Thursday the theme, "Learning Together pointed out that Christian Education .
n.lionwlde hunt had made It
has taken part In the liberationor night: ." Classes will be reorganized Sunday culminates the
founding anniversaries of "Everybody knows that this and teachers assigned advance period of preparation too risky to keep the tots
several Soviet bloc .nations In business about Qarry Goldwater The session will conclude.. and Inaugurate the first quar- Authorities broadcast in ill e .
the past few months, of has leading us Into war Is a lot of 10:35 so families can sit together ter of lessons. Most departments points alarm for the abductor 1
designated former President, bunk The Democrats have led at the 11 o'clock service. will oPt*) sessions with I man and! I woman In a blue 1 1 /1
Leonid Brezhnev or President us Into four wars." The basic theme for all de- classroom study and concludethe car
Anastas Mlkoyan to representthe He said American troops in partments this year is "The hour with worship. Pupils The children Pair'rk Cull! In. 4, 1alaE it x j l3 i .
U.S.S.R.To Viet Nam were bring told to DIble," Famll\ worship and are urged to be In the class 5, Christine! Guillnn 8 and Joel
head the delegation to Peking "do enough to dlc' but not Bible studs MU i 1'0 omphaslz room by 9:40: a.m. Blot S. vanished! while walking:
the Soviets named Viktor enough to win" and '.aid the Miss Haines also reported hi'me from ,ohool throm.h some
Grishln, head of the trade un. war would never t>. won unit ss ed.The Rn James R, Black: Dial a series of five Bible woods near hereHospital of Winter Haven
Ions and a member of the party Goldwater Is ele ted pr:sldrnt wood's sermon. "The Church :seminars will be conducted by
presidium. in November. Teaches," will draw Its direr the pastors on "The Bible In
Chi l&tlan Faith and Life." News
[these will be held five consecutive -

Sailors! Thursdays beginning Till'RSI)\VS ADMISSIONS
Attention Oct I. with the morning session Winter Haven
convening at 9:30 a.m. under
the leadership of Rev. Farrow. Mri Joseph P Gutierrez
Let us show you that The evening class at B p.m. Master Wayne E Nordlu Jr.

is "funderful"in "- 11 will be taught by Rev. Blackwor Mrs Marion R Ruth, Mrs
sailing ,' : ; <',I. Donald Chumm G. P
M' \lthough the seminars are Blarkshear John A 1I011lng5-
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all worth, Mrs Donna Z Win
planned for parents, Inter -
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attend.I IAdvtnce and E. Rivers Jimmie L
registration Is reque FchoN. Enoch R. Smith, RonG.
v 'a. ,ti d and may be made Sun- Jones, Russell N Haas
have arranged i11 dair phoned to the church Mrs. Roy B Ross, Rex G
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L office Slat he. Mrs Mary Stam

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has winked the might and Mrs Mary II Dicker Wil soon as you've fattened that little
narrow State' attorney Richard Ham L Sheffield

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,:i.iu' Jackson s claim' he Miss Jennifer L Gillis
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Beymer Church (The Weather--Local, State And National/ I UPI Employe t

FRIDAY NIGHTSPECIALS

Visitation Gets Police _,

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Program Set ; e Hero's Medal y I IThese



Membership visitation Is the NF.W YORK (DPI ) A rntcdPr.
."'; International 1 employewho

program Methodist One hundred tor Church Beymer teams next Memorial are week.to ir : 4 .k assault risked victim his became life to rescue the first tin Values Good Only 5:30 to 8:00 PM Tonight

civilian In tile New York r>t\
meet at the church on Sundayat
and area Thursday night in ,'e,'m
3 Instruction
for
p.m. I the National Police II.,ill of
assignments.The 'c Arn7o
entire church membership ( Kmei erliftcit of Appi. 1 1 1tton"
,
for
Is to be included In the bravery
risltatlon "to strengthen fellowships James Crouch, 35, s Trlrtxpe CURITY STRETCH DIAPER SALE
," as 500 families are Wu4 J mechanic, was riled for comingto
the aid of the man who wa
to receive friendship can.durIng Loa .d.k
g0Stowti being assaulted last AUK I by
the week. According to Dr.
John G. Stradley, minister of four other men' while an opa Better Fit For
visitation for the church, this thetic crowd looked on.
will be the largest mass endeavor J.tJ Fug During the incident one of All Babies. $ 9 8
the assailants stuck four-bar
a
for the entire year. 40
Committee member for the .:: Jrvotc' reled Biretta pistol in Crouch's 2
visitation are: Jerry Counter ? -aJ-.dy ...: face, but the man was disarmed Reg. $3.29 Dozen
chairman of the Commission on before he could fire the

Membership and Evangelism; SNOW THUNDERSHOWERS AND SHOWERS -- Scattered shower and thundershowers are weapon byIn'fllt taldcronetn Fri. Nite Only Doz.
John Flerro chairman of the forecast tor the northern Plains central Texas, the Sierra Mountains and portions of the off-duty New York Ilousmi:
Committee on Visitation; Mr*. Northern Appalachians. Temperatures are expected to be cooler in the Pacific Northwest and Authority poIit'l.'man'ho w.i:,
James A. Coff superintendentof middle and north Atlantic states.It will be warmer In the Great Basin area and from the Central attracted by the rrowd.Jost'ph .
Membership and Cultivationfor Plains to the upper Mississippi Valley Burns, asjjstant state
the church school;and Abner vice president to the National
Lockhart, lay leader. Police Officers Association\ of \1 <
The week begins with the Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOKFair Five Day ForecastFive America, presented the aw..rd \ .-
church school classes planning through tomorrow except and called Crouch's intervcn // ONE TABLE
visitation of class members.The Panhandle for a chance of a brief day forecast for peninsular lion "an outstanding act of ; /
morning sermon, by Rev Partly cloudy and mild today shower today. High today near Florida for period begin bravery "
Leo F. King, directed to visitation tonight luid Saturday. 90. Low tonight 66 to 72. Variable ning Tim. Saturday and ending "If Crouch had been a policeman
.Voung
Is entitled, "A Magnetic High today 80 to 85, low tonight winds 5 to IS miles per hour Tim. Thursday: he would have Immediatelybeen ; 1r Men's Ivy Slacks
Religion." M to 66. Hindi 10 to 20 miles Temperatures will I I average promoted to detective." he
The Christian Workers' per hour normal to 3 degrees above nor said
School Planning Committee will RefusesTo mal. Normal maximum upper Whet: Crouch, a Negro, was
meet at the Beymer Chapel North Mayor go's normal minimum 67 to 71 ..skl.'d'hy' he took his life in FALL WEIGHT FABRICS
Sunday at 2:30: p.m. Churches Fair and less humid through north 71 to 78 south A little Ms hands to aid a white man
participating In the meeting will Saturday. A little cooler today warmer trend extreme north being attacked by other white
be St. John's,Beymer and TrinIty High today upper 80s. low tonight SurrenderAla. beginning over the weekend men he said: Sizes 29 to 36
Methodist of Winter Haven, 55 to 60. VarlaMe winds Otherwise minor temperature "I Just couldn stand there
Dundee Methodist, Lake Alfred mostly north to northeast 5 to changei/ Precipitation generally and watch four men gang up
Methodist, Eloise Methodist, 12 miles per hour. light but locally near one InchIn on one man"
and First Methodist and Lena SuburbBIRMINGHAM showers mainly extreme About five years ago Chouch Reg. $6.98
Vista Methodist of Auburndale. Northeast south portion received citation from the $400
Fair through Saturday. A New York Police Department
little cooler today and tonight for capturing: and holdinr a
Ala. (UPI)-
EVERY High today upper 80s, Vowing to "use force If neces. TemperaturesBy robbery suspect until police ar
low tonight 60 to 65 Variable Fri. Nite
sary" the mayor of suburban rived,_ Only
NIGHT vinds becoming north to north. Homewood refused Thursday to I'nllrd Press International"
east S to 15 miles per hour. surrender his
community to Low IIIlh Police Blast
IS Central Birmingham under an annexa. Albuquerque 54 71
Fair tlon vote. Atlanta 50 10
through Saturday except '
change of a brief shower "Homewood is still in exists Birmingham 46 13
STEAK today High today near 90, low ence and we do not Intend to Boston 52 77 News Media
tonight 65 to 72. Variable winds turn over any function to any. Chicago 41 60
5 to 15 miles per hour. one," said Mayor E. G. (Dud) Cleveland 49 59 ST. PETFRSDURC, Fla.
Walker. "I'm still mayor," Denver 46 74 (Un>-Th. executive dlr. tor
South Detroit. 41 83Jacksoiville of the International
Associationof
NIGHTat Fair through Saturday except Walker, prevented the Blr. : . 69 83 Chiefs of Police say; the FabricsAssorted Table
for few local showers this mlngham fire department from Kansas City 57 75 news media gave "appallingand
afternoon and Saturday atternoon putting its radio equipment Los Angeles ". 69 81 dishonest" treatment to po.
I ImORRiSOn'S
at Variable winds 5 to 15 but aboard the Homewood Birmingham fire trucks, Miami .. 75 811 lice during summer race riots.
police
miles per hour. Miami Beach 71 B6 "Never before In the history
force brought the area within Twin Cities 40 511 of police service have we been Pleco Goods. Values to 79c Yard
Keys Its beat and city maintenancemen .
New Orleans 68 83 singled out so mercilessly and
Few showers through Satur started trimming tree and New York 53 81 so wrongly as the whipping
day High today around 88, low patching streets. Orlando . 70 111 boys by demonstrators for a ->o.
tonight near 80. Variable winds The next battleground wss Philadelphia .51 11 called sociological revolution
(Winter Haven only 1 mostly easterly S to 12 miles the State Supreme Court In Phoenix 69 111 and by out.ani.out' hoodlui FRI. NITE 4VDS. $100
per hour today and fought and Montgomery where argumentswere Raleigh 49 83SL who have abandoned, the tan., '
10 to 18 miles per hour Satur scheduled today. Louis 44 71 nor of civil rights to engage In ONLY. .
day. Birmingham contends Home San Francisco 60 82 senseless Insurrection," Quinn
wood a suburb of 12,500 voted Seattle 51 71 Tamm aald.Tamm .
I'11 Aug. II to merge with the city. Tampa 68 88 of Washington told
House Against The vote was 2,423 for annex delegates to the Southern Law
tlon and 2,417 against-a six. MOSCOW (UPO- Arthur Ru.benatetn Enforcement Institute Thursdaythe
Reopening GI vote margin. arrived here Thursday nation's newt media were
Homewood claim that a resident The Polish-born American guilty of "appalling and dls. ":1 ..., ...J4t
Insurance Bill has presented a petition pianist, who Is 79, will give honest )journalistic treatment of _:- < .
containing an admission from three concerts In Moscow, two the police and the mission the ; "
WASHINGTON (UPI) The seven person that they voted In Leningrad, and one In Kiev In are duty bound to carry out- ;':? S For The Ladies er .
House Veteran Committee has but did not live In Homewood. the next two weeks namely preserving order," :
taken a firm itand against tSetu These votes would change the v
i' proposal to reopen GI outcome of the contest. The '
GilI1Viii1 1!,II! Insurance to veterans of Homewood City Council Tuesday ADAMS IUILDING SPECIALS r
World War II and the Korean night voided the results of HALF SLIPS
co.il.ict;lapse. who hive let their policies the election referendum.and called for anew ONE WEEK ONLY !

Birmingham Mayor Albert
At a closed session Thursday Boutwell said he would have LOCKWOOD
the committee was understoodto none of that and ordered po. 'Is" EXTERIOR
have voted 10 to 2 againstany llcemen and firemen to take KEY IN KNOB ALL NYLON -
GOOD ONE SIDE
move to accept the Senate over the suburb.Birmingham .
plan a:: rider to a House- policemen on
pad, bill increasing non. motor scooter scouted the PLYWOOD ENTRY LOCK White Red Bltck, Beige in Sires 7 to 14
sr'" .ce mnected disability pen Homewood area. Birmingham
,'jn fClt i veterans aid their firemen stationed themselves at
,j"l.'ndrntl." Homewood's two stations but
1 when Chief John Swindle triedto 4.48 4.25
The action the i..
means ue Install radio equipment on
will be left to a House.Senate two trucks, he was repelled per. Reg. $2.99
conference committee Senate 4.1 SHUT EACH coo
1 sonally by Walk e r and Sax $
ip'istiru, on the insurance pro- Lawrence, p r e s I d e n t of the
MHO is could kill both bills as Homewood council. FRI. NITE 2
PRICESON \it ha. In some similar situation "If we need you we will call V4.INCH I t 12
STEAKS In the past you," call Walker. WHITE PINE FOR /
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief. Today's In AmericaBy AlmanacBy
- I Religion
-W.-E. RYNMSON, ito'ubll.h.-
Project AlertBy
JOHN W. RYNERSON. A..i.,... to the Publlih.r$
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Publlthod doily (onc.pt S.turd.yl' by tK. Winter H.... Commentary LOUIS CASSELS punish Hit people with death" 1'nited Frees International

.Publithliio._ C.., Inc., lie Jtd 51".., N.W.. Winter H....., Florid. MAJOR United Press International Actually, he says, Christ's Today Is Friday Sept. 2S,
- --- AL LONG, USAR Rel. Christian theology has always million was exactly tile oppo. the 2Wth day of 1964 with 97

CHARLES_6OSHORN froner.1, Meneg.iAuecioto EDITORS: The following Is asserted that Jesus Christ ac. site He came to rtuwuro men to follow.

JACK 1EAHAN Editor the Moond of tour dispatches Analyst eompllshed a "reconciliation" that Cod Is not hostile toward The moon is approaching its
between
----------- by UPI Foreign News God and man. This Is

PETER J. SULLIVAN- .Adv.rj_ .,qi>i M'9" Phil New.om on the forthcom Analyst HOW THEY VOTED state newspapers, of those *dU the But heart what of the Gospel. them.Man hM a natural tendency, list The quarter.morning stars are Ven.

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRtMNTATIVE InC British elections. The dls. Following are the voting records tors who advocate to continue mean? exactly does It Dr. Routley says, to think of us, Jupiter and Mars.

She... t Aitocl.tet, Inc. hiu90, ''II. patches art being moved as the percentage-wise, of Flo. liberalism and socialism Cod M being unfriendly and
__, ____ To many people It
_
regular rida members of There means
the are
Houses Intelligent.
foreign news com men. of many unfair Everything that goes The evening star is Saturn
Enltr.d et Second. Cl..l Moil M.tt.r S.pt. 6, It24 .. the p..' Office; tar)' but If desired they may be Congress The records are bas. educated voters-educated In col. something like this: wrong In life becomes another William Faulkner American
In Wint.t H...., Florid, under of "God was
cl March
2, '1177 ed angry with men
used on bow voted leges or In the "school of hard
._ as a series. they for or because of their Justification for nursing a writer and Nobel Prize winner.
sins But Jesus
against the most Important bills knocks", who have thus far neg. became "grievance" against God. This born on this date in 1897
was
._ MEMBER AUDIT BUREAUOf By PHIL NEWSOM during the 1963-64 sessions. lected to become Informed as to humanity's champion. "settled attitude of grievance"
On the cross, He suffered in On this day in historyIn
; : CIRCULATIONS UPI Foreign News Analyst These records are compiled and happenings nationally and Inter. our stead Is what the Bible moans by sin. 1513 the Spanish explorer
accepting the punish!
...... LONDON (UPI-On Oct. 15, concentrated on the Legislation nationally the past few years. ment we deserved. God It Is the antithesis of faith, and Balboa crossed the Isthmus of
was
out of some 33 million voters el* that was Intended to serve the Instead of doing some research placated the ultimate source of a partlc. and became the first
----- by Jesus' Panama
Iglble It is objectives of the Masters of the and careful thinking they sacrifice ular sins.
MEMBER expected that beotween
and now is prepared to love European to set eyes on the
Active Mombor UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL 25 and 26 million Britons Great Conspiracy (CFR.ADA) will vote their prejudices and human To liberate man from this at.

NATIONAL EDITORIAL Tht United. Proit it ,.,,11... to the ".. actually will cast ballots In the and the Johnson-Llveral-Labor. passions, and blindly go along before any His being who appears titude, God sent Jesus Into the Pacific Ocean.In .
throne of the first Congress of
ASSOCIATION republicotioii of oil locol ..o. print- national elections SoclallsUDemocratic.Party. with the LlberaUSoclallst Party judgment world. Jesus was a fully hu. 1789,
lt4 od in thit nowipepor 01 well 01 oil UPI But so close is the outcome The reason most of the pro. with very little thought givento pleading The the name of Jesus." man person who bore "the the United States met in New

KJW Ditpetches. expected to be In the race be. Liberal, One World Conspiracy supporting a man who believes Doctrine of Atonement stamp of God's very being." York City and adopted 12
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has
ADVERTISING DEADLINE -- ----- tween the Conservatives led by stooges In Congress are con. In supporting our Constitution of the become one His mission was not to recon. amendments to the Constitution

CLASSIFIED CPARTMENT: Prime Minister Sir Alec Doug. stantly being re-elected, Is be. free enterprise and who Is blocks for greatest stumbling die God to man, but rather to .10 of which were ratified and

Dy the Word: S P.M. Proviout D.y. By th. Inch: ) P.M. Provioul DI?. l las-Home and the Laborltes led cause their constituents do not against socialism and appease. er faith. They modern seekers afU reconcile man to God: That Is, became known as the Bill of

L.q.l' Notic.i: S P.M. Provioul Dey. Sund.y Edition, Doedlinoi Fridey. by Harold Wilson that some realize HOW UBERAL some of ment. much Just can't work to help men transfer their re. Rights.In .
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT. analysts are saying that them are and have not studied May Craig the noted column.1st up enthusiasm for the latlonshlp to God from one of
Sunday Edition, -J P.M. Thund.y Monday Edition 1 P.M. as the of TV fame kind of God It describes-a vln. 1926 the Ford motor car
: Friday; few as 123,000 votes In the right voting record of each Sen. ( ) stated the case grievance to one of reciprocal
Tu.iJey Edition-Noon Saturday: Wodnoiday, Thundoy and Friday places could decide ator and Congressman.Key most correctly when she wrote dlctiv God whose wrath could confidence. company put Its workers on an
Edition 3 F.M. Two Dayi I In Advance. the winner. be appeased
by the
-- -------- The result is that political to symbols for House and "If a man comes along who will an Innocent life. sacrifice of "Jesus Christ did not come eight-hour day and a five-day

Member Southern Nawipapt. Publithart Aiiociation forecasters on both sides are Senate votes: PLUS (4) Indl. promise to save this country to stand up for us against Cod, week.In .

Matnbor. Florida P,.... Aiiociation reduced to mathematical tricks cates votes AGAINST CFR.ADA from chaos, will the people vote Those who are repelled by to vindicate mankind against a 1958, the prime minister of
-- SUBSCRIPTION -. --- -- --- showing how a switch of one Liberal policies. MINUS (.) In. for him?" The answer well mightbe the notion that Jesus was a God who disbelieved In man's Ceylon was shot by assassinsand

Iv Carrier Mail RATES per cent or less here and there dlcates votes for CFR.AD A Lib. NO! sort of scapegoat for human worthiness to bo saved," says died the next day.A .
or could give either eral policies. The two senatorsare The late Harry Hopkins, spe. misdeeds may find It helpful to Dr. Routley. "The office of
Via, 11.20; e month., ft.10; 1 month, J4.55; I month, S US a 25 or 30 seat
weekly, IS conti. Sinoje" Copion. Daily, S conti; Sunday, 10 CO.,.. ; majority necessary to govern listed first. clal envoy for FOR, may possIbly read a new book, entitled "The Jesus was not to represent men
safely. Holland, Spessard L. 64. have hit the nail on the Man for Others," published this to God but to BE God among thought for the day-t h e

TELEPHONE CYproii 3-211 Back of It lies a gradual Smathers, George A. 89. Ben. head when he stated "The peo. week by Oxford University men. Where men were saying American engineer, Vannevir
-- ------ melding of political viewpoints nett, Charles E. 72. Fascell, pie are to damn dumb to un.derstllJld. Press (paperback, $1.50). The that 'God must be caused to Bush said

formerly at great odds the Dante B. 100. Fuqua, Don ." author Is Rev. Erik Routley a love the world,' Jesus said, "The, once : but
changes the
A Thought For Today Conservatives In all-out defense 60. Gibbons, Sam M. 75. Ha. British theologian who former 'God Is love' meaning 'God scene of of will
aspirations good
of capitalism and Labor in all. ley, James A. + 100. Herlong ly taught at Oxford and Is nowa loves the world and has always will' men

out opposition, founded A. Sidney Jr. + 69. Matthews, Congregationalist pastor. loved It," persist.
"Where/ore (for this reason), after 1 heard of demand for public ownership.on a D. R, (Billie).60.PepperClaude Washington This remarkable little (107. .

your faith in the Lord Jesus and your love toward all 100. Rogers, Paul G.I I56.. page) book Is every bit as
The changes in the two views Sikes, Robert L. F. 62. Cram. modern, courageous and open. ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
the saints (people of God), cease not to give 'thanks' were becoming apparent as ear. er, William C. + 100. Gurney minded as Bishop John Robin.

for you, making mention of you in my prayers." l ly as 1945. Edward L. 4- 100. son's "Honest To God"

In that campaign year Win. You have the voting Index Window And It Is considerably less WO'O.TV WFLA.TV W"Y.TV wm.TV
Kph 1:15-16 a ton Churchill said "there Is a record of the members from muddled In Its theology than Ch..1 S Chss...d S Chassel Che..1I01 11

To witness any amazing demonstration of divine broadening field for state own. Florida of both Houses of Con. that sensational best-seller. In CBS NBC ABC CISOrta..d.

grace in any believer's life is ample cause for thanks. ershlp and enterprise" remark gress. It Is freely predicted this By I.VLE1I.S0N fact, It is a much.needed sequel Tempo ._0,1.: sde T.mjs

which sounded as if it may possibly be our last free International which ought to be read by any.
giving. Dr. United Prirs*
Albert L. 25
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came out of Labor's book, election in the United States. Sure-thing bettors have five one who was stimulated, an. Friday Sept.

In the same year Labor par. Let your conscience and best in which noyed or just plain confused by
and four
ty spokesman Herbert Morrison judgment be your guide. Those weeks days "Honest To God." Oo-N.w.: N..., Sports, ABC P4.wa Pul. 14cm

said "a case can be made for with the MINUS sign bow to the lo get money down on the prop. Dr. Routley feels that It is l5-Sporh: ,, Web. Westhe' News. W..hor Spent, W'thu
News Chief Editorials private enterprise In appropriate administration now In power. osition that on Nov. 3 Lyndon B. nothing short of blasphemy to ':30-<:BS News NBC N... Th. Bi, Movie" CBS News
Johnson will defeat Barry M. ,45-CBS, News NBC N.ws "Salem. CBS News
fields. Old traditions die hard in the suggest that what Jesus did for -
The In this campaign year the ex. South. I too am a Southernerby Goldwater for president. mankind was "to placate a ty.rant 7:00-L'9..d: of BOl Office C. L. hfu' ;; Rl.mat

Great Need treme voice of left-wing Labor, birth. Some Southerners are More adventurous types can God who was waiting to 75-:' Wyatt eo'p "Th. Triumph Rit. H.y.o'h The Rifl.",,..

Winter Haven and this demanding ever-lncreaslng. still fighting the Civil War. No sweeten the odds with various 7lo-R.whid. .f the Son S'.w. Gro.9" Rawhd
area are growing at a tionalisation of Industry at home longer is It what my Democratic gimmicks, riders and provisos 7:45-R.whid. .f Hercet.s" Th. B5 Movie !Rawhide
rate -- -- --- ---- -- -- -----
rapid so much faster than most of us even dream and neutrality abroad, has been Pappy, or Grandpappy "thoughtand such as: TelevisionIn Oo-R.whld.: kirk Morris The Bi9 Mevi !Rawhide

of. We don't notice it too much day to day, but fig. silenced. voted for. Or, "My Grand -Johnson will carry Maine IS-R.whid. C..hl. Care The Bi, Movie Rawhide

ures show that have almost' Both parties, for example, pappy would turn over in his Vermont AND Arizona. Io-Th., Bob H.p. Addams F.ily The
we doubled in the past claim credit for Britain's soci.alistlc grave It he knew I voted for -Name four states outside the :45-: Entertainers Comedy Spcl. Addaws Family Estale.rs
decade. And according to Goldwater will -- -- --- --- -- --- ---
computations we will have national health service, aradle.to.thegrave I Goldwater." The point is, our South that carry I ReviewBy -
,Oo-Th. Bob Hois Vateriee's The
Day
grown to almost 50,000 in just six short years. Along c service far ancesters are not alive to make and take the money OR- 0:15Entertainers: Co".dy SpcI V.t..te.'s Day Etrtaiers

more extensive than any U.S. new decisions, and we shouldnot There wont be any election 8:30-6cm., Pyle Joc Besy 12 O'CI.c Gemer Pyle
with this growth there will :
be need for
a many services politician has dared to propose try to fathom just what because Goldwater and William RICK ID BROW '::45USMC Jack Benny High USMC

and foremost among these will be the hospital. _In._ its years in.power between. their decisions might be were E. Miller will withdraw before I'n'tfd' Press International -- ----- ---- ----
With the above figures in mind the imj aim urn, 111x3r national. they alive. election day. HOLLYWOOD (UPI) I like l 10:00: -The Reporter Jock Peer 12 O'clock The Reporter
hospital oed the steel and coal Industries Today the issue I is "Shallwe There's gold In those election to see everybody make money' 1 OlS-Th. Rtporter Jock Peer High The ReporterFormer's

authorities have carefully planned an expansion) program trucking, the power Industries conttnue;[ to have a Constl. bets; gold, that i is, for some because the Idea gives me a I I 10JO: -The The Reporter Jock Peer The ReporterDeughter
10:45 Jack
Reporter Peer The Reor4er1:00News
: -
to care for this problem The result of the and the railroads.< tutlonal form of government, body. Sure-thing bettors, pundits vicarious thrill, so I am hiPPY

planning is the proposed new addition to the The free enterprise, and individual and prophets haven't had that ratings success has been 1 II News, Spt, Wtr Newillno Newt, Sports
present Conservatives, commit. freedom under Goldwater or do it so good or >o unanimously predicted for CBS-TV's new I IMS-Sport!, W'th.r Tonight Show F'toriel.' WIle W'ther. i'toriil;
complex. This new building will contain many ser :ted to free enterprise, den. YOU not give a heck and are since 1948 when Thomas E. Cara Williams show, which had | | :10-Theitrt of fonlqKt Show Shock Theatre Spooltteculer
tionallzed steel and the truck. |"i :45- the Stern Tonight Show Shock Theetre S lite culer
vices that contented to vote for Johnson poo
found a
formerly _
were only in hospitals in :I Ing industry upon their return Dewey of New York was about its premiere Wednesday night.

much larger cities. It will also assure the added beds I t It to power in 1951, but retained One Democrat World and Labor become Socialist.a vassel lo clobber President Harry S The predictions about the Saturday MORNING Sept. 26
loved. half-hour
the situation
Truman man nobody comedy stem
and
that are critically needed months even expanded the govern of the CFR.ADA
many out of the : the United and .
ment hold Election day dawned tweet in great part from the pro.ram's
year. If we are able to raise these funds, and everyontmust elsewhere.In Nations, and lose your freedom clear in November 1948. Andas time slot following 7,00-5., ", ,,,.. The Uecte Red. Ryder
.
..
and llverty? 7:15- Semeite Bruce Show N. Red Ryder
assume some responsibility in this much the same manner as soon as the first votes beganto "The Beverly Hillbillies" and ,
phase, work It Is Just as simple as THAT. 7JO-0.puty 0w9 The Uncle RFD Md. R.d Ryder
would be employed by the La. trickle In from early rising the Dick Van show. and
Dyke
7:45-D.puty Dw9 Bruce Shew Florida' Pod Ryd.r
start in The South
can early 1965 even then the addition can'tbe borltes the has become so In. _
Conservative gov. New England villages Truman preceding Danny Kaye And
completed until late In 1966 or the first part of ;eminent has used Its power to filtrated with Northern liberal took the lead over Dewey and although it is hard to get too 1:00: -Milter Meyer The Uncle Rem.. of Supermen
bring new Industry to the party workers, carpetbaggers, |:IS-Milter Meyer Bruce Show the Jungle Supermen
1967. The need is north he fell behind. wildly enthusiastic about sit
truly urgent-this is indeed a must 4 of England liberal newspapers, to the ex. never a 1:30-Milter Meyer The Uncle Supermen Welly 6etorSupermen
for our community. We've met these challenges before I motive Industry., notably the auto. tent the Southern people are con. Somebody said that Dewey uation comedy it li always 1:45-Milter Meyer Bruce Show Welly Getor
fused to read In some of theirMemories had snatched defeat from the pleasurable to take a gander at
and solved them-we can do it again. Lancashire jaws of victory. That just about Miss Williams. who is not only eoo-Alvin Show Circus Boy Major Mercury Alvig Show
hard hit by the summed it No candidate beautiful but gifted and ':IS-Alvln Show Circui Boy Meier M.rcury Alvin Show
a
decline of the textile industry, up. expressive .:30- ........ Ruff end Roddy Major Mercury Tenneiiee
In 1948 "lost"n comedienne. Her series
An :has been revitalized with the since liST ever '::45- Tuned* Ruff end R.ddy Meier Mercury Tui.de
Opportunity arrival of new Industry and an election so completely and l ii about a secretly married

Unlike a lot of cities our size, Winter Haven'sparking emphasis on the more expensive so early In a campaign is has working couple in a firm that 1 10:00: -Quick; Drew Hector Shenenlf Quick DrewShenenigens
:t textiles: leaving the 20 YEARS AGO Sen. Barry M. Goldwater. does not allow matrimony between I 10It I McGraw HeethcotoI0 McGrew
problem isn't acute. In the cheaper 1 :>0-Mighty Mouse Fir.bell XL-I Annie Oekley Mighty Mouie
shopping centers
I oods to Hong Kong and else. Miss Patsy Becker and Miss There could be comfort for its employes.
I 10:45: -Mighty Mouse Fireball XL-I Meuie
Annie Miqhty
there is plenty of room. In the center of town there is w here. Ann Simpson were enrolled a* Goldwater in the 1948 sage of The show seemed to have one Oekley

also plenty of room. In checking about the other freshmen at Ward Belmont Truman and Dewey. Dewey especially nice quality it was t tI II I :Oo-l.l.u. The 0..1. New Cesper LI.u. The

day The difference between the Junior College in Nashville, was kind of a holy man and subdued: And the casting was I fillLienheerfed The P.4.n.ce Canteen. LI..h..dII
we found scores of parking places in both and I Jo-Th.. .1"0. Fury S Cecil The JetueeuI
pay no- t wo parties boll down then Ttnn. of course, unbeatable. Everyone good, Including Frank Aletter 'to.y
pay areas that can be used by those wishing to shop. 1 largely to a question to detail l 10 YEARS AGO knew that. who portrayed Miss Williams'husband t II I ::45-Th. .1.1.0. Fury Beasy I Cecil The Jetues,

The furthest anyone of these was from Central and and which can Inspire in the Miss Annabelle Breymann The rebellion against liST : Paul Reed, their AFTERNOON
Third ;Drttlsh voter the greatest trust. returned to her classes at going good In the early months boss: Reta Shaw the boss' wife:
was two and a half blocks, which isn't any On this score, the heaviest re. Queens College in Charlotte. of 1948. Five southern governors and Jack Sheldon, a hip-talking I 12:0G-Ces: N.ws Mack ..d My., Ruqs Bu..y Soert Files

distance at all. I sponslblllty falls upon the two N.C. where she senior, warned Truman in February neighbor. The opener found t 5-1o..b.11: Fee tO,. Inst Runny DillY Deut
was a 1 12:30- Milw.u' Florida
l leaders a contest between that the South no longer Sheldon' posing the comedienne's .t H.pplty .aabett
Some time in the future the of as
problem of pulling and a member Chi Omega 1 12,45- Phiadetphe G..I..d Hopper Baseball
what the London Sunday Times was In the bag for the likes of spouse: and Miss Williams .
out the meters will be met. Then the center of town (alled: "the studied and skillful Sorority. him. The governor of Louisiana 'was quietly deft as well 1,00-.b.II, Hi.Tbne TlA 1..b.II
YEARS AGO
will offer tremendous opportunities: for merchants to amateurism" of Douglas-Home Mr E. L. Denman promised action against persons 11 radiating sex appeal. 1l5-B..b.1I H.Time TlA Mlwaob.e vs.I .
and the "complete professional. was he described those birds who I::30-.b.II H.Twe A"orleu 'hll.d.lphi.I
capitalize upon. The areas are here the as
next problem : elected president of the Paulydian I:45-.b.1I H.Time
l Ism without adornment or con. stole the Democratic party. Virginia CBS.TV Wednesday night also B..d..d tuseball
is one that the merchants must solve Class of the First Baptist '
through astute ealment": of
Wilson.
: ;
arranged that Its Democratic presented "The Presidency' : A 2:00-.b.1I 'r..G. Sh.w Awerlees ..b.II
use advertising, buying, and presentation within Church. presidential electors Splendid Misery" a special 2:1: I 5-1o..b.II Football Io.d..d 1..1..11

..."....:._ ....u"M_,._. would not need to vote for Tru- dramatizing the high office in 2,10-.b.1I, Nebrisla "., Wrestflnq Basoball
The min if he were nominated.This the words of those who have 2:45-.b.II: Mi..o" W,..,,,.. BasebullONe.y
Lighter Side
ACROSS 8. Pauses 28. Orl'an. : uproar was in protest held it. Fredrle March was narrator I' Flm .1 F.otb.1I Wrestfli'' R..u. a

Gambol 6. Father: lied: N against IIST's civil rights pro. and presidents were portrayed 3:15- the Wel, F..tlo.1I Wrstltsq R.suue S

0. Honorary eolloq. .bbr r By DICK WEST Old Georgetown's narrow, gram. The late Sen. Tom Connally. by E G. Marshall. Herbert IJo-'l": Picture F..b.II TlA CBS Sports

title: Turk. 7. Bc&atof 27. $ n. :, I'nilrd Pies International$ tree-lined streets are about the of Texas described it asa Mirshall. Sidney: Black- :45-'i"; Picture F..Io.1I r'A Specteanlac

11. Join burden clojiur. WASHINGTON (UH The only places near the downtown lynching of the Constitution. mer Robert Ryan. Gary Mer. 4.00-NFL C..d.w" F.Io.1I Davis Cup C.u.'d.w"

12. Pert. to a 8. Traveled to Scot, eold war between American cIt are where free unrestricted Tennessee's b 0 is E. H. rill. James Daly Macdonald 4:15Ce Kickoff F.'b.11 To........... t. Kcbeff4:30.NFL ;

deathly! and fro, asa 29. OuII.IIks let and their suburbs Is nowhere parking Is still permitted. Crump rejected Truman. South Carey and Dan O'Herlihy. It : C..d.w" F.'b.1I Davis Cup C.u..d.w"

13. pallor Bull train connecting 32. bIrd n r. more explosive than hereIn Carolina party leaders dittoed was a provocative worthwhile 4,45-, te Klck.ff F..tlo.1I Tssreees. te Kiikeff

Certain 9. Protagonist 35, Speaks In. N the national capital. Which Lake city dwellers suburbanite the same day. Mississippi decided hour. and though an occasional S $OG-Ch..pl..hl P.et.Gaee Wi" World 1..I'IIh.

16. Insect 10. Afresh cludm.1 In everything considered, figure prefer a parking space that to bolt the national convention outside shot might have been 5:15-I '.wli.. TlA at Soerts I..i.ht

17. Spinning1 14. Throw Amert. .in..4sy'. ..o.o Cities and suburbs are natural Is free and unrestricted. Every if liST persisted in the relieving, the noted producer- .::10-" ', The L.w jimmy Wid. W.rld I'.. A Secret
toy 1$. Vegetable con plan enemies like the hyperaspls morning horde of commuter civil rights project. Soon top writer Richard F. Siemanowskt .::45-1"', n. Law Stlc".d .f Sports I'". A Secret

19. Pull 20. A jellied 35. tuI1 pain 43. Hawaiian trilineata and the trionymus from the Maryland and \'irlln.II level leaders throughout the displayed his skills again. NIGHT

20. AffIrm dish 87. Not excited wreath saccharl, better known .. the suburb descend upon old South were predicting that Truman

22. Cries, ss 21. Ceremonies 39. Rational 43. Large lady bettle and the mealybug.And Geogrtown hoping to be In the would be defeated if he The Warren CommiMton report *:O9WerldWerI I Now. Seer.. WId W.,"" .....,. Seer
22.
23. A a crow seaman 23. Fuss Feline 40. Formerly tub you know how they are. Or right place at the right time to were nominated. on President Kennedy' asmseinitkm 4:11-World Wee I W.. h.r ..f .,?,., "/....,.,
41. A
2LConforin scale 47.Compass if you don't the Agriculture Department find a vacant spot. Americans for Democratic examined ,:JO-M.ny Happy M.raettonel Jenny Oueit 77 S..... Strip
will be In
24. Armed degree: point: ,:45.u..... Showtime;
30. Cubic does. Action, a lefty sodality allied : Jenny Quest 77 Scout Strip
VtKKlS mus. abbr. three network specials Sunday --
Being small and flat, subur with the Democratic was ; ;;; ;: -
party
5'--77
meter "Lady beetle. seem to have CBS-TV begins a two-hour 7:00-Control F l..retieoel; One Suniot Strip
SI. Loyalists: I l. 4 ; 1- j 10 a lifelong taste for the mealy banites are Ideally suited for casting for alternate presidential broadcast at S m. with the ,.Ig- SI.wcue Showtime Beyond 77 S.....* Strip
Am. Hlit bug" the department ,. maneuvering In such close nominees. Many of the lefties p 7IO-JocU. Flleoer Outer limit. Jackie:
say first 90 minutes devoted to bark-
S3. Border" & iT "Adult I beetles attack adult quarters. Thus they are able to wanted Gen. Dwight D. El 7:4S: SU.ten n,.., Outer Limit vU.ienAJventitres
round NBC TV has *ehe 84. Goes Inflict maximum senhower. ------- ---
- parking.
awayal. I IS I I- mealybug crawlers and eggs a one-hour program at 6 30 B 00-Jec.ie of Outer Limit Jackie
S6. Indian 0: from under the mother mealy Came the convention and Truman p m. EDT. and ABC-TV a >> ':15GI.....* Mr. Meteo Outer limit wl..on

mulberry lb 17 : '8 '9 bug Being small and flat beetle Once their auto are ensconced was all but snubbed aniMate! broadcast, aba at 6 30 *::10-61..."...'. Kentucky.., I ,_..... W.ft 6.....'.
38. Brood of larvae are Ideally suited for at the curb they takea sweating it out for hours in a pm EDT B 4t- 1.1.... 1I'.hd. Jose le_. W." I.I..01

pheasants r/ / / 20 It I maneuvering In such close but to work. Meanwhile, if a cvbby hole awaiting word that *.00 .Mr. .........y $....4.. Nlo t I._.... W.li Mr Broedwey

89. Distress quirt en. Georgetown resident tries, to he had won or lost the nom Charlie C1I....... wheee autohMfrapftjr *;||-Mr. ........, .' *h. "...:,. ._4_.. "Voll Mr'. Breedway
.
signal 21 .lS 4 h .1'11 "Like the mealybugs, the find a parking place near his ination. lie won it and steppedto la beuw p 6be4. is e JOU,. Iro.J.ey "The Tell Hollywood Mr. .,......'

42.44.Twist A man of ?_8 J9 7lurnlng I lady under beetles prefer the space home.luck. he Is generally out of cry the that platform caused some with a Republicans battle. the subject of NBC,TV's "T- -'.41-Mr. Buedwey .-...""- --.-Pal.---,-. ...-,. Breedwey---

the tight leaves or to blink lIST never can day" stew for all of its two 1 10 -Centmoie Jane lesseR HeNvweo1 ..._,.
48. Expects Jt S'i ST shraths of the cane plant. a hours a week from today The I f 0'I5.-.Gsetasele Dork G.Ue P.l.ce CmmmeioG.n

48. A thrusting habitat. Thus they are In the Not long ago the CHitens Association be liven elected.much chance or, any to comedian$ will Ml appear hipertM I((019-6en mole S......., N;.dt SeWeye .m.l.Cmmete.

weapon / 'l/ 3 7 right place at the right time to of Georgetown formed But liST but there win be excerate I t 104s-G...*.eU tIm Movies Night! U..ie
was a tougher bet. '
49. Girl's name .... Inflict maximum damage. ." a committee to study way of teem his oM finis tatcMmg -- ; Wtr .......;
;0" '/ ',-bI. 41 If ter man than Dewey and be' I 5 I:00.-Newe. Sp. S. N4h; UissS ;eNeen. Seents
BO.Abrupt 'l.l; c you can think of lady counteracting Invasion. A report proved it. lie ipflt the "Modern Time" City ,11I' 'I-Tfceetr* "$ the toI...;.* n.- W..tI.H

DOWN 42, H i1 of' beetles as suburbanite*, and Is due In about two weeks skulls from coast to Republican LifMs." "The Cold Ru h" and I II:10"tI.).*>..d Now. So*. Wtt J... F_ S.......,
r0 mealybugs as city dwellers, The mealybug could resolve If coast The Great Dictator David 1'I'':41000' C.," Critics CkoWe 15. H........ Nthy. 14e.ie.
Buffet lIST! !had
- any advice for ,
2. Indigo plant 4i. 4' : ,,1tJ that then his you can grasp a situation the conflict quickly by linking BMG it would be Get tough ass'kind u reported Irvine to -n... e'eqr.es xhodolo- -.;*-orovUod o y-oh.- tI.w'ei., st.t'ueaa

S. Plnellke - - arisen here In historicold the lady beetle in their most buster Tough Politics Isn't land Chiplin for a taped inter ..toc// ere .s.b'se'. c....e* nt ooy time The Doily; NewChiefH pW'mime

4.: Summer: ->> i ..0Fr. Georgetown, the espital'smoxt vulnerable! -po' Which! a 'uppo.ed I in be pretty i tow in Switzerfand for hIS !$vniliMted .m .. o p.MI, sam - - famous habitat. traffic Jam. : 'Open End pr-vam I;...4 ;is tie** Kt.dole*.





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September 25 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA! Page Fie



John B. White, 'J1! ", .',. 2 Lake Wales A Burns Seeks






Tax Collector ResidentsOut ;, -_,!,_ Decent Living




30 Years, DiesJohn On Bond For Laborers


\n \MI i fit' Ail Bunyan White Polk l r"n i eke Wales rf's""t"r
I''n I 'in, utKcd! H 1111101.,, I i IMut
County tax assessor from 1932 out nt jail l on bond today nfti l't"1 ,,1 ,11 hie grower' t Him ,

to 1962 died al his residenceat rr t \[ (-harced by Winter three rl\;, ,idi- decent In roar and
870 East Stewart St In Bar polli. with contrlbutliu, ; to the ,
w >" > "ncltll"o lur lab 'f'rI
tow early this He d of minors
morning llqucm \ I ail t lumber 1/0II'IIIII1.'nl.
was T4 year of age Coo of the pair was Idt'ntlflrd ''i farm labor

A native of South Carolina, as Marlln' Spivey 31. The other 1 lll, ()i mm'ratlc Riihrrn u ,11|

he moved to Fort Meade from wa ai 18-ear-old girl Her r"?, ,' III. n addri's in the
North Carolina In 1910 and to r.w: a was: not released .
f'oJr'i ( I. I nut Ind'I'I.hlt'
Bartow in 1912. lie resided in Officers Ronald Wheeler and ,,,
A "" ':lIn raid (he stair has
Dill Wilson said they found four
Bartow from 1912 until his s dii II i sponsihility In help
hi ti retool students and two jun.
death. lind I/uod! I.tboruppu
"" i a
lor hi, ti students with Splvey and
He elected tax collectorIn w
was the ,;Irl on Buckeye Rd. near "w
1932 and retired after 30 4 Lake Cowstr. 1: In iiun' I feel the r I' ?i ..1 I of
Re' ;ton Yacht and
year service in 1962. Uub this ,1..11' might riuhtfulU I'll''t

lie was a member of the ; The Juveniles were releasedto CONDUCTOR Christian Kirsh, distinguished Tjmpa violin s \ all lI'r\On.i engaged in the

First Baptist Church of Bar their parents. In the future 1st end former conductor: of the lampa: mph .r Ci !hestra, 1I'lu", \ In conduct the ti mil.

tow and a past president of : pallet said, students found play.Ir will conduct the first concert of the Winter\IIvcn P'I, p C iietra': Img'd,,' there lahort-n an I their

the Bartow Kiwanis Club. rTJj ;' /hockey will be taken direct Tuesday night at Nora Mayo Hall, hnusi u and other. reqturi. n'nt1.

He it survived by his widow, ly to the juvenile home In Par in Such a high manner ns to
of tow, rclli'i rrr'ht ti the state .1" ..
Mrs. Blanche Paul White Pops Concert ,
whole' the Jaekaomillc major
Beach
Bartow; two tons, John B. J'Ville

White Jr of Jacksonville and (Continued From Page Onel) Mid .
!turn, pledged to support Induxtry
Two VariancesAre
Harry E. White of Bartow
Rosamunde" by Frans Schubert demands that V S,

and five grandchildren ; the W. A. Mount "Sym l twills I on citrus he muint.unccl

Funeral services will be phony No 36"I: "PassaclllD Swim Areas and ii.Id he du s"1 think there
held Sunday afternoon at 3 - by A. ,Darlbl( i Brahms "Hun has been enough istionaf publicity

o'clock from the Bartow First SPECIAL SERVICE Secretary of Agriculture Orvllle Freeman eels s glass of "The Real ApprovedThe garlan' Dances Nos. 1 and 3"; shout Florida s role In

Baptist Church with the pas Thing from Florida" from Hobble,son of Robert, Rutledce executive vice president of Florida Londondery Air," and "Valse supplying vegetable markets

tor, Dr. J. Harvey Saunders, Citrus Mutual. Freeman was Inspecting s grove containing! t new type of tangerine yesterday Trlste," by Jean Sibelius. Are ClosedJAIKSONVIIIKOKACIIFU. during the winter
Lake Alfred Adjustment
when offered the welcome refreshment.
The "Passacl
officiating, Burial will followin
Board granted/ the request of "If called on the Industry to
Wildwood Cemetery in Bar The "rassacallle" selection enlarge II. pu'ihrliv pim'tam
two property owners for ur. : ,
tow.The Virgin Islands lances at Us\ monthly meeting will Mrs.feature Louolla a quintet Dennis composedof flute (( l'I'I-1"ht'' ) ketch here has bout Flmula M,', "Iablt uppiled
BeautificationContinued ; ,
Whidden Funeral HomeIn Workshop yesterday. been closed I Indefinitely In tli rid 'in

Bartow is in charge of ar (Continued From Page One) John Henderson, real estate Dr.Mrs Harry Charlea Hoscgood Safford, otw clarinet Bob; swimmers and, surfer Iwcsuna)

rangement aon tangerine a new variety ( From Page One) After being treated to lunch man, asked for a variance In Bowling French horn and; Andrew of dangerous condition,! eau ,rd

developed by three scientists would have built 400 new and a water ski show at Cypress height of a concrete block wall Hamilton bass clarinet 1 h>' I Inn loan* |II",.,

Auto WorkersContinued at the U.S. Department of Ag classrooms, vrry badly neededat Gardens, an Idea Ex h. ls having erected as a retalnlng There will tie no admission
riculture research laboratoryin wall at his new residence Polite Chief C II Franks an'
this time. change, presided over by Martin charge to the concert, as ls
( From Page One) lounrfxl d the ban Thursday af
located The
Park Lane
Orlando. held : on ex.
"Litter is lethal, Seeds was the tradition of this musical
economic benefits of the other Cass of two and ono-half feet i, detailed lnntill of the
Even though the tangerineswire says From 750 to 800 people On the panel were, Oz Den group
contracts but the two sides still Freeman h. requested Is necessary to beach
green Ire killed on the highways ney, chairman of the City
never did resolve what Reuther took bite and he said the keep soil from washing onto his
a each year by litter either Beautiful Commission of St. Miss America He said there II i no safe nulomobllii -
he said. A
called a "broad question of driveway neighbor
fruit was very sweet Mrs Frank W bench
Petersburg to the
by hitting the litter or swerving ; si'ress
who lives I tin street
on same
working"GM can conditions production Next he bit into a regular to avoid It. llewett, president of the Florida but who cannot see the wall:[ Visits Gardens because ramps are damaged O

resume tangerine and Immediately Litter Is also I health has "Federation of Garden from his place had registered the si nil level In no low that the

any said,time"if they they want want to, sit Reuther down puckered up his lips and com ard. Houston recently had to Clubs of Mianu; Mrs Jack I complaint with city hall aUxit Next Week ocean allll wishes against I Ih-

and mented on the difference spend a great deal of money Dunlap, deep south litter bug the hekht of the wall. seawall In many' "place and
provide for the the respect anddignity" Accompanying Freeman going into every alley to clean chairman of the National Kenneth UHjet, East Hoffman Miss America 194 arrives at there la Uelirlo In the wean that

workers were Florida Commissioner of up cans and bottles or any Council of State Garden Clubs St., nestled a variance of 20 Cypress Gardens Tuesday for could Injure t.wimnert
GM Vice President Louis G.
Seaton said the strike againsthis Agriculture Doyle Conner thing else that could hold water from Orange Park; Ralph Inches for a carport Hoffman/ a two-day visit-a time-tonnred \Metnwhllr, Sl'ab.-r continued

firm was "completely unnecessary Rutledge, and Frostproof cit to combat an encephalitis Phil, president of the MrnsGarden testified that he had been wrong.ly tradition for Miss, Am.rlcandf emergency irawull r"pan'at
rus grower and state senator Club of Ft M>'ers.; Informed by telephone that he << Cypress Gardens ,
epidemic nearby Mayport na\al its
and i iift
unjustified. i
of the
The current: holder
He warned that if the strike nominee Ben Hill Griffin Jr. The litter bug Is s fire bug, Herbert W Kip, director orrtotrtatifln needed only a 10-foot side yard crown Is 21-year-old Vonda VanDyke lion herr I'apt t' II Turner

Is prolonged it will "have serious After the !personal Inspection according to Seed Litter Is and parks from and proceeded slali for to the put In a conCrete but of Phoenix, Aria estimated the hurricaneawed,|

consequences for our em of the grove the group the match that lights and dot West Palm Bench and L K. found later that In carport his area t15.fool AI the Gardens she will be(lv.n more Ih. ft IJSooon) damage
flew to the Lakeland Yacht
ployes, and their families, for troys a home by fire every 12 Thompson landscape architect side yard Is required the traditional treatment re. "Wr sustained out hcttue'(
our plant communities and for Club where they were greeted minutes. for the State \Road Department when t nelghtxjr's complaint was served for dignitaries! and pretty damage within the blln proper

the public and the economy at by some 500 persons rep And big industry has told checked girt*--water skiing surf board. ," Turtle said, "Walla, mmt
," resenting citrus cattle, and of than --- Inv sod having her picture takit .
large the mayor more onecity ly S In,HI the dfslrnyer pier.
Seaton said that In the last 16 Industry In Polk County. and the governor of more are r racked and adjacent
Until yesterday, no one Fire Prevention Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pope Sr.
years "our differences have than one state that industry ltrrU have buckled\ si I it
been composed at the bargaining knew whether citrus was on will not locate where the pe- York and Jr, will be her hosts Mill 01( the pounding surf"

table in five successive negotiations "the list" of items due to have pie don't have enough pride to Week Scheduled New WAa11C40TONUPn 'The station's capability asan /'

." He said it was "dif tariffs dropped. The specula keep their streets clean, Soviet operating base for fleet units -
ficult to understand" why the tion was that President John Keep America Beautiful At Lake Alfred Ambassador Anatoly F, Debit would be seriously Impaired

union broke off negotiations son would not make the list was founded in 1953, and was (hief All. n Lewis of the Stock Report I spent an hour with litre' should nnoihrr htirrit'anp lilt tmLiiJ

went on strike "because substantial public until mid.November. founded by the very people lake Alfred Fire Department tin' of stale Dean! Rusk Thurs- before all work I is completed,"
after the election dadiscustine; a Kusslan proposal Tu rnriald
progress towards reso who produce the products that announced today that, Ott! $.12
In the United Nations .15 5\. aNsiUV :
lution of our difference has Freeman did not give the become litterchewing gum, a%
will he observed a* f'lJt..rf(!' NEW: YORK (UPI-Mldday) for an InternationAl ln on the / MtiQowsrowN .
been made at the bargainingtable" highly political speech whichhe cigarettes bottles and cans fillOP IN:/ HINTIK: HAVTN
had originally prepared venison weekDemoniitrstians stock prices: use ,if fi and plastic cans.
will he held
The CM vice president noted This speech was mainly concerned Alabama Gas 37' '
has
"No group given more all three school Oct (.
that the union had admittedthe with blasting Republican st on American Can Co. 44I' ,
support to Keep America he ssod' with .''m.IIlah.ft '
henlmrtnc
s
firm's economic offer "was Presidential hopeful Djr- American Motors 17'Amerlc.n AVING
$ $
Beautiful than the brewers: TERRIFIC
and ) oil fin at the Junior Sugar II
satisfactory equivalent to ry M, Goldwater. lie said( that
Seed pointed out.
high irhool at 10 a m A ilmu MS
those which TAT
upon agreementswith Instead, Freeman praised American
they have not only given later! gsa! fire will IM- staged' l ls' 31
our competitors were the present administration's American Tobacco Friday Night & All Day Saturday
but have produced
based" farm and American money Id 1 it at the elementary Anaconda Copper 55

lie said CM "made ef programs films, carry solgans on their Mhool and annthi, gas fire Atlantic Coast Line 711\
every agriculture In general
fort" to settle the non.economic "American free family farm product packages, and 'have will h,' held at Fruilland Park Babcock & Wilcox 3SHenrllx DURING THE FINAL DAY OF
done anything we have asked School al 10 :3(1Fondling 4JMi w, wr -
Issues But he accused the agriculture Is the outstanding Corp.
union of making demands success in the world," Freeman them to do. -_. ------ Borden Foods W*

which would have restricted said"When The antl lifrr campaigns Briggs Manufacturing Co 5H

I GM's management responsibility Russia had to come are paying off, too. The cost Charge Burlington Industries 51*-

and therefore "we are not here to buy \\hl'ate scored of cleaning up litter in areas Carolina Power 4 Light 4I"* 1IIlIIIIIS

prepared to accede to such unsound the No. 1 propaganda victory where strong campaigns havebeen Jails Local Man Chesapeake and Ohio 77"' J

demands. ." waned Is going down Chrysler Corp W
In the history of the contest. of A 03>year old Ice c rea m
million! worth
Reuther said that there were said Some $95 Cities Service Oil Co. 73V.
he with fondling
/
"at least a half-dozen of these the advertising has been donatedby vendorarced Cocaola o. 134''
"People from all over II.ye..r.old Winter Haven girl
non-economic Issues which still newspapers radio and Isle olgste,Palmollvrr Co 41'.
world come here and auk, was tKioknl Into the city Jailyesterday Ends The Year's SaleLADIES'
Saturda Biggest -
had to be solved including the '(low do you do it*'." the secretary vision to Keep America Beautiful the Winter Haven Po. Cone Mills !>'. -
matter of union committeemenpaid Continental Can 48%
lice ssld.Drtectlvr ,
told the farmers Department
by the company to handle The little town of Hell Wtytir Rogers said Curtlss Wright UH Lodlei' Stretch
"The only I problem of $349
I worker grievances at GM American agriculture" he Mich passes out litter bagsto the man was picked! up after the Douglas Aircraft 29't DRESSES Capri Pants .
plants everyone who comet to the girl's parents complained The Dow Chemical 73' i
said Is that it Is too much ofa
Reuther laid that "nothing town On the bags Is the message parents told Rogers they became Du Pont 288\4
would have made us more success We can grow more Please Don't Throw suspicious after the vendor re Eastern Air Lines 30... Ladies' BLOUSES $1.00

happy" than to be able to announce food than we cm eat, or sell Your Utter All Over Hell portedly. gave Mlfhborhood Eastman Kodak 13m
But he or lI'erally thane ran giveaway which Included Ford Motor C MH Save si much st 388
an agreement And the beatification movement youngsters flits Lad:,,' Easy Car Cotton
said "things looked hopeless"at Is even spreading to money Ice cream, and candy General Electric MS' $2.10 TO J6,00 on 5234
about 7 I.m. today He said Freeman who served threeterms other countries In Britain the Police Identified defenduM General Motors WH House Dresses -

the union's executive board will as governor of Mmne slogan, which is sanctioned. by as John Norton Williams of 730 General Telephone MV-I each dress, A style
.
meet tonight to review the situation sots and Is an excellent speaker the Queen, la. "Keep Britain Carroll Ave., IW, Goodrich Rubber 37'.. for mOlt any oces- 688 Lodles1 Nylons Doer" Polyester lends
received s standing ova The Investigation will Can Goodyear RublxT 4iH

The strike followed more tan st the end of his speech Tidy H 0 Martin of Lakeland HMM, Rogers said. Gulf Oil Corp. UHIRimits steal UNIFORMS $3.88

than 24 hours of continuous Central 84
chairman of the lute Chamber
negotiations During much of Johnson Hints Beautification Committee. Some Bids Indian (Head Mills 14'' Led;..' Nylon Ladl,*'
the night Beaton, Reuther, and International Harvester 13' J 97* $100
their two aides, UAW Vic.Pre.ldent (Continued From Pale One) presided over the meeting TIle Intrrnsttonal Nickel 13'. Mesh Hose 2 pr. Cotton Slips ,. .
WASHINGTON (UFO -
I He made a special preael'tallest
Leonard Woodcockand International
T & T Sx's
afraid toward our adversaries"A to Robert S. Jenslnshirr Justice Drpsrlment reportedTh
CM labor relations director of Winter Haven for alt workIn rsdsy lust ',ou comt ale' Johns Manvttle. ll>/. Mes'l 11e.) Chambroy MEN'S WASH-N-WEAR
Earl Bramblett, were clot' nation strong In Its submitted IdMillcsl\ bids rta( Koppers Co 501-. $100Men'i

eted In a private meeting to night, secure In Hi belief getting i park on Cypress Car 1962 on 2,590 Meral, stale said Kroger Co H1Uf ", Work Shirts -
and resolve the steadfast in Hs .all k not Gardens Read near the ". -
try impaste g local I govnMnt eontrsetsi irtl A Myers Tobacco q SPORT SHIRTSWork
They failed afraid to sit down at the council defli worth about $ million. Lockheed Aircraft 3*' J Kksltf S268

The union had made two attempts table with any other nation Winter Haven's Mayor Rich The duttsrtsMM Is required Lorillard Tobaeeo 44H Pants Gf.y. .

Thursday to get third and Danttltr was on hand this by a IMI .as Via order to nulsvllleli Nashville (2M

party Intervention.. First, the "Only the weak and the timId morning t* weteome the 1M report snntslly on a swrvey of WI. South Utilities 4t>. .'. 99
need fear the Nylon
UAW asked for I three memo consequencesof Chamber of Cswmerre and tofotlosl bVMIncs on toM,.... Monsanto Chemical $)' 37C
ber board of arbitration Then communkatton and dwewskm Garden Club member to the Montgomery Ward 31 Stretch Hose ? 299 3 2 for
We have never been with
: It asked for chief federal mediator .,. and Ray Mattes state National Cypeum 43HParamtMinl $S.ooSLACKS
I William E Simkin to s nation I We wiD never be representative teem" Whiter Youth Topic Picture* M'. 104.'. Watk-ii-Wsar "Ivy & Cs",.

I join the negotiations to offer sued s nation. Haven, also' mad a short J C Penney 5$'.

the government's services "The presidents of the lilt tprech C CeMmsied From Page One* Mplvanis Railrssd 31' ?...., c.',,, $2.99 Short sleeves S.M.L.XL

GM turned down both propota 20 years have been wflbng to Others on the program his Ken Camming pracrsm eksJr.: Pepet. CMs BettIIIIC MS

Is, The two sides then headed to anywhere, talk to anyone morning were.. W ClyoeGrrenway. man for the ...". PhWips Petroleum S1HRepnoHc I For Gfrisl I For Boys |
down the road toward this discuss any subject If their efforts derider of puM* A memorial service ws hold Steel 4.S

morning strike would strtBfthea freedom relsttoM for Sean, Rontack by Or. Robert Hamilton sod .. Kernel Tobacco 44".

and advsMe the peae of the and Co from AOsnte .**.*. Rev Leo King for former ..... Rears Rorbvck I24HMswlaw N,... ITIITCH MerH WMITI' lull Denim Dress SNEAKER

world ifig M Brady .to coed BMnesf. her Harry L. Marrts SMS*. Refining "'"

; "I wBI do the HIM," Johnson : B-rysst beets. presides. sat tresswar of tile local cdib, Swony. II.... 52s.laish SOX 4/$1 SOX 3/$1 JEANS $2.44 SOX 3M$1
<
as mentionIng BM whu 'iiert Thursday norninc. C ..
pledged, itho t ef Keep Jatkean. UiM< ra is9sey
any specific trip he nifMhave trim. speaks on. Be.*? Be Carl Jackass sV., I I'd. e bed ffcwOieni Natoral Oa 3 9 H llderlo04. Met IIOAOCIOTH I INIT IVY CONTIMINTAl

':':;: PALL had in mind fins at H4M; Mid. Mre Junes 11:. 01111 Allen tt HM* .toesorfanlutlen ...>the of Southern Railway OS si oo SHORT SHIRTS SLACKS

He said Commvnttt force* diaries A. Hayes of the terry and U Panties 3 for Velvett
PresMeoi George MatlkM who
have dwindled In Latin America Tan** Federalists of Garden completed. the eeromontea.President ., 1IIIIIIfIrd OIl (H I. ) M. SIM $288R

&@) O@ failed to win control of any CM Ctrdes. speaking MttfMns also an.noanc4 Studebaker
new nation In Africa and failed R.arM I. Sebool CMUrm that Uw meeting peed ......11 DX 34 WHITESHOD

Just Arrived altt to penetrate the Middle. East or west thrift Ca M* SHOES
Martin also soiwwwH t mats woultb.sh.ssrwllnyed.to
subdue India '' to DUtrtrt Governor C, W. Teiset IM tm CENTRALSTORES'
Il Steadily widesisig sits MrDwaMs HaeifwH" Uclutjr. Also that at Tessa Ootf fcMMir. 114. incut 5288
[; evsnasf
CJU << arc appearing In the Comma- Company lad agreed to y '7:. there will be an Aaeemtlr Unwn CarMte Ute coel of having Wall rh_y
nut empire In Eastern Europe held at Hie Haven Kot.l.H. U PIpe 20H UrN sets' .
and the Soviet Irnon: n iaerrasingly > prepare .,000 comic book. tee'. Ittttrltrvi, the t' S Meet I 12'", ."..".

TW SINGER c.. absorbed m the du Doeak Duck and the I literBug (\MIa'.. Tt. ii "n.I.o of Inter. Walworlb. Co I*. I

at f*. NM17IWta tu tie pasted out. t t" hjitlrr .., Warner Bras Pictures STUrs5388
2)1 W. C-f< syiimment of i d- erM/0my ." It''''' 'I Wll' 'Cr tae HII 21HWr.fcm
HeeeI. ..4 ".* .... ALWAYS MORE oi lh. BETTER THINGS for LESSFnday
e ant rii'pirt with forw: tom in ktndtrgart'-n ar s' .r I' ., I, '" '. ( I.u'. t moo K <
... !Ie tal&.adl. .I 'h'', ,, 01 ", ,
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t CHURCH Rev. Oneaese OF Billy I JESUS II. Faith Tummond CHRIST Attend The Church Of Your Choice WESTWOOD 3tBd And BAPTIST MISSIONARY Avenue Road G


MU and Avenue M, NW Old Lakeland Pastor
WHney,
10:00: .m.-Sun. School Ed
11:00: a.m.- Sun Worship 1.5: am-Sun School

1:00 p.m.-Y.P.C. Meeting 11:00: a.-Morning Worship
7:00: -Evangelistic Meet LARRILKA THORNTON The Exchange IU: p.m._Training Union
E. N. HUDSON CO. Evening Worship
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T:45 p.m.-Wed.. Bible Study MATIIER 1:00: p m-

ASSEMBLY OF GOD BEAUTY SALON FURNITURE JUAN C. FISHERREALTOR National Rank 111 Av..AN.W CTIJIJ1 METHODIST DUNDEE

Like SEE US FOR YOUH Robert Staodifer
Eagle
FURNITURE CO. Wmt r H.v.n i Finest. ---, Rev
Re*. Cornell Brace, Pastor r T U 00 a.-Worship
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':4S a.m.-Sun. School -H_. .f Quality F r."l .r," 16 third S. Furniture.* Draperies..dd''nf a Cased r.01.11 .. 10 00 a.m.-Sun. School

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7:00 p.-Evangelistic ServTuet Ml ItT** .f AM. /. N.W. .. D....... Winter H_ REAL Fellowship
:
.: ...... CT 4-2202 OF WINTER HAVEN ESTATE 7:00 p.m.-Wed., Choir practice .
.. 505 :
Pope Ave. N.W.
C't J Oele Mk
7'00 p.m.-Mid week service r rMUC. NEEDS.

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

ASSEMBLY OF GOD It's "Finqer-Uckin Good"a. e* ... Ca ck month Women's Service Society ofChristian
William D. Lee
The Rev
Tutor 213.102 ../p..u/j. ::: ..d..- Yew Choice This Wish 7:30: p.m.-Thurs. Prayer

':41 .m.-Sun. School / --- Meeting
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship BFYMFR MEMORIAL
1:30: p.m.-Christ Ambassadors rr I a METHODIST:
N. Lake Howard Drive
Service .. ....,...,.,.,. 700
Serv. Rev. l-fo F. :ting, Pastor
Evangelistic "
7:00
: p m.- t
,tiruw
Wed.: .. Ito 1111.1 too D 00 a.m.-Morning Worship

7:00: p.m-Prayer and Praise j 30 p.m.-Methodist Youth
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Service 6th St., N.W. 294.2235 rhone 294-291 Fellowship 7 30 p.m.-Evening Worship

DUNDEE V 7 30 p.m.-Wed.. Mid.Week
Highway (42 Service

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

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School all worship services.
11:00: am.-Ministry of Word The Publix Market
7:30: p.Evangelistic Serv. I MORNING /7 ST. JOHN'S METHODIST

Wed.: uI6EENR') F1 North Cypress Gardens Roadat .
7:30: p.m-Prayer Meeting 1 I PLAYED t 1 ailopping coo rSTARPRESS Lake Roy

Y0' Orivrln 'lI'! Rev. William Tiffin Pastor
EAST SIDE ?, ,is WhMi 8.5: a.m.-Worship Service

Dundee Highway, Lake Region c -hit I! l:. ahoop eu01 1:45: a.m.-Sunday School

Sub. Division afrt I r.,+ .I- bA 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
R. Paul Wood, Pastor BM. Ji e ": ........' 5:30 p.m.-Methodist Youth
.-Sun. School ;
10:00: a m .oo ''I'..........' Fellowship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship ELOISE METIIODIST

6:30 p.m.-Youth Service Rev. Troy Hatntaker
7:30: p.m-:-Evangelistic( Serv. Third Street

7.5: p.m.-Tnurs. Midweek 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School

jirviceRAIINETA II:(00) a.m.-Morning Worship

ASSEMBLY / 6:30 p.-MYF
FIRST
111 Ilk Street / : PRINTINGIUSINESS 7:30: ".m.-E" ening Worship

Leon Boswell, Pastor FIRST METHODIST

':43 a.m.-Sun. School IUSINESSINDUSTRY Lake Alfred
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship I. """'"e...t ,"'w Church of The Lighted Cross"

7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship: Rev. Darold N. Storm
Tue..: THE CHURCH roes ALL This picture will always live in my memory. It was 1:45: a.m.-Church School

r:3O: p.m.-C. A. Meeting Tampa Electric Co. ALL TOR THE CHU" ." Sunday morning, and I was about eleven years old. GOVERNMENT (AU Aces)
Wed.: I was on my way to Church School when I met Tom Nursery class during Chrucb

7:30: p.m-Prayer Meeting Tht Church to Ih. mini. factoron Snyder. It didn't take much urging for me to Join himNORTH School
Mirth tor DM budding ol chinwtar in !IOO Service
GATE : a fishing expedition. : a m -"Vorship
ASSEMBLY OF GOD ind food dtiimhlp.It U lUm. .
FIRST horwd.pidlualv.loWthit.. I had always thought it would be fun to play "rv..rau 117.: IUC'N,' I. Nursery during Morning Warship .
of Ave. G 2nd SE
Corner ,
CITIES SERVICE trail Church. ...ih.. d...nomry hooky. It came aa kind of shock that it wasn't. I was IIA ac"-
Rev. Emerson Jones, Pastor nor cMllutfon an. nrvlv. There 5:00: p.m.-Youth Fellowship
downright uncomfortable sitting there with line
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School .r* four Bound muom why wary my
(Juniors, Jr High Sr. High)
ihould attend wrvloM' dangling in the water. I kept thinking about how nice "..
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship WIt... pmon rrffuUrly ../ .... .
7:30 Midweek
I : p m Worship
I and lh ( hurch
Minport Thryr our Church School teacher had been to and about
me
,
6 30 p.m.-Wom.D' Missionary ,..., ar
: _, > *: ((1)) Fwhlaown..k.,2)" ) For Informal Bible Study
Council re..I..1 hit chlMmn'esike 3)) For Uw dktot how my parents would be looking for me in Church. imPOWNTOWN, :: i 6:30 p.m.-Fellowship Supper

7:30 p. .-Evangelistic Servo She boat. hn community and 1101_,. ((4) And pretty soon I found that inside me I was wriggling ,, HiJr-' I Last Fri. each month
For Iht Hk ol Ih. hurch IKrir. I
7 Christ AmbassadorsWed L-:
:30p m.-
which nnxii hit trr.t.nd nutartalupport
.: COM LITII FRONT lEND Flan to church riuUrly I think that the first time I ever realized I "ought" FREE METHODIST

7:30: p.m-Midweek services, Tewneenl ALIONMD.nnq & x. A. sad I ind rood Iiour B,Mi dilly. to do anything I didn't catch I fish that morning but SOUTHEAST PLAZA 2(23 LakeJfred Road

testimonies, special prayer irk $.? N.VI. CY 1.1707 I did learn a big lesson I learned that there la very Rev. Chadwlck Donnally, Pistol
Rev.
LAKE IDA little honest joy In doing something you shouldn't beKi.t.rAdvrti.ingSenior Associate Marlam Pastor Donnally,

,Inc. doing I learned that we have a certain duty to God
Rev. Olin Luke, Pastor IU: a.m.-Sun. School
Virgil Pope Supt. BANK OP Copyright 19MSlnuburl and to ourselves, and that we can't be happy when ,." C....,'. Levela* 11:00: a.m.-Worship

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School, Bible we turn our backs on It. CHEVROLET DEALER 1:45: p.m.-Christian Youth
Study LAKE ALFRED .V.. From then on, my Church School attendance was Crusaders45pmFreeMethodlil.

11:00: a.m-Morning Worship 100%. Now that I'm older I try to maintain that VOLUME SELLING : l

7U: p.m-Evening Evangelistic same record. Sunday means the Church to my family GOOD DEALS Youth

1: : \ e GOOD SERVICE 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service

Thurs !II! Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday TRINITY METHODIST
7.45: p.m.-Prayer meeting .... .. ,:;- ij., Romans Roman. I Corinthians II Corinthians Galatlana I Peter Chevrolet Center CHLRCII

BAPTISTDAVISTAR ,, -_. f : 7:13.20 7:21.2&,: 10:23-33 18:5.10: 6:10-20 3:13.22 Rev. B. R. Blackburn Pastor
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BAPTIST ;: : "\ .>, : "'. ,. .., *.'> < ., 'V:" 245 eb ". !.*. CTI-JMJ 1.5: a.m.-Sun. School

.... Lester E. Miller, Pastor MEMIER F_DI.C. '.... .; >'. j,. "v "t, .J.. I ., 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Hlw,. 17.N. of Barlow Air Base 1 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship

Sun. Sch'ol Nursery available for Sun.
10:00: a m -
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms School and morning worship

1:30: p.m.-Training Union 1:30: p.m.-M.Y.F.

7U: p.m.-Evening Service FIRST PRESBYTERIANSixth
Wed.: THE GENERAL ELECTRIC Morrison 's Your WINTER HAVEN St at Ave. G., N.W.

7.45: p.m.Praver. Bible Study C.R..I ATTEND TilE STORI LAKE REGION BANK PLANING MILLS Rev. James R. Blackwood

DUNDEE ih'a 9 Cafeteriafor Of Commerce Pastor
:
Rev. Jaroee Hsrarlck, pastor BSI 9 c CHURCH OF YOUR R Rev Robert Farrow Associate
Lading t 1:30: a.m.-Worship Service
IU: a.m.-Sunday School m'". V A1
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship DS:'r: CHOICE SUNDAY : .- .ik 9:45; a.m.-Sun. Church School
iDd ey } 11:00: a.m.-Morning Hour of
6:30 p.m.-Training Union y j DINNER Worship _

7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship 0' Co. BaoA 7:00: p.m.-Each Third Sun
m.-Choir Practice HOME City Drug Thrifty City --. All KI"dv.1 lyi4iRt! MiUrl.l ,
7:30: p. .ft.r Church L FHA Flume. :*,* Prub teen
Wed. QUALITY JIM SCOTT rheriMeM 1111 e'h St-M.W. CY 34111 W. Central Ave, _': =': I". SIS Fifth SW. CY1.2IU 12:13 Noon. Each Fourth Mon.
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Women Association

1:30: .m. Each Second Tues
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EAGLE LAKE LAKE SIIIPP INMAN 'ARKB.pll.t CHRISTIAN It: MISSIONARY FIRST CHIRCH OF CIIRIST CHU1CH OF JESUS CHRIST RIFLE RANGE CHURCH Men Council-
s
Rev. .. W. Waterman, Pastor OF LATTER
ALLIANCE CHIRCH SCIENTIST DAY SAINTS OF GOD
School James L. Knight Jr. 1:30: p.m.-Each Wed. October
10:00: a.m.-Sun.. Presetting 9::45 a.m.-Sun. School IROO Sixth Street NW Rev G. Blair McGarveyW. Ave. 1, Near Sixth St., NW (Mormon Rev J. G. WlllUmi, Pastor June Mid.wk Chapel Service
11:00
: a m.- Fred Schopke Jr, 8.5. Supt. 11:00 a.m.-Sun. School, pupilsup ISIS Mb Street. SE
1:15: p.m.-Training Union 10:45: a.m.Morning Worship 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School HOPE PRESBYTERIANCyprus
1:45: .m.-Sun. School to 20 .fin of age Elder D. L. BrlnkerhoTf, Bishop
7:30: p.m.-Preaching Service 1:45: p.-Training Union 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School 11:00: a.m. Church Services 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Gardena Road
10:45: a m -Morning Worship I 30 -Priesthood
Worship ; .
FIRST-OF ELOISERev. Wed 7.5: :p -Evening 11:00: a.-Morning Worship t::30 p.m..-Youth Groups 1:00: p.m.-Wed., Testimony 9:30 a.m.-Tues. Relief Society 7:30 7:00:: p p.m m.--Tues Evening..Frsyer Worship Meet. at Lake Ina
Rev.
Walter E. Matheny, 7:30 .-Prayer ServiceHAVENDAIE 1:45: p -Training. Union 1:30: p.m.-Adult! Bible Study MeetingThe 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30: p.m.-Fri. William II. Downey, Pastor
: p Young People 9
45
: .m.-SuD. Church School
Pastor 7:30: p m-Evening Service 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. Reading Room U located 6:00; p.m.-Sacrament Meeting I 's Service
11:00: -Morning Worship 7:30: p m.-Wed. Prayer Wed: at Ave. B and 2nd St., NW No evening meeting first Sun. I 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Union Cecil Peacock Pastor 7:30 ...Hour of Power 3:30 p.m.-Junior, Senior High
1:30: p.m.-Training Rev Meeting : p m of each month. JEIIOVAII'S WITNESSES
7.5: p.m.-Evening Evange' 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School prayer CHIRCII OF GOD Wed: KINGDOM: lULL Youth g.oups
Service Avenue E. 7th Street. SW I 3:15: p.m.-Mon.. Girl Scout
.Ustlc 11:00: a.m.-Worship RIFLE RANGE 1:30: p.m.-H IA 2211 28th
School Service Union CATHOLIC Rev Ray Prlngle Street W. Troup No :31t
10:00: a m.-Sun 7:00: p m -Training Thurs:
.
Wed.; 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship (Independent) ST. JOSEPH 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 4:30 p.-Primaries. Children 7:15 6 00 p.m.-Sun., Public talks :43 p.m.-Second Tues, Men

7U: p.-Prayer, Bible Study 7:30: p.m.-Wed.-Prayer Meet. R. Dale Simpson, Pastor The Rev Matthew J. Connolly 11:00: a-Morning Worship : p.m.-Sun., "Watchtower"I Dinner
1C 00 a.m.-Sun. School Pastor 1:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv TEMPLE EMANUEL .00 p.m.Tues., "Your Will Be 7:00: a.m.-'Ved.-Men's Breakfast .
FIRST-OF LAKE ALFRED FIRST-OF WINTER IIAVEN 11:00: a.-Morning Worship Avenue M and ttk NW Tuesday: LAKELANDS. Done on Esrth" Study ,

0. Charles Morton, Pastor Rev Albert Carnett. Pastor 7:30: p.-Evening Worship Sun' Missti:-7:30. 9 00' 11:00: ) 7:30: p.m.-Young People'sService Lake HoUiagswortk Dr. i. 710: p.m.Thurs., Ministry S:00 p.m.-Wed. Choir R<.
IU: a.m.-Sun. School Wed.: Holy Day Manes' : School bearish
5:30 a.m.-Morning Worship 00 Irwin (Cutler Rabbi
11:00: m.-Mornlng Worship. 9:45 a.m.-Sun. School 7SO: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 7:00: p.m. Thursday: 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 1:30: p.m.-Tbura., Serv Meet 7:00: p.m.-Thurs. Boy Scout

115: -Training Union 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship First Fr M..eI-7:00: a.m. 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Fri. 1.00 p.m.-Evening Serv GRACE LUTHERAN Troop No SU
7SO Worship
: p -Evening 1.5: p.m.-Training UnionS FIRST CHRISTIAN Weekday Masses:-7am. Sat 10:00: a-Morning Serv 4lb aad Avert THE SALVATION AR)'Ynd
Wed. C
; .00 p.m.-Ev ting Worship Disciples( of Christ Confessions:-Sat: Eve of Holy WEST WINTER HAVEN Rev. Aajisl SE St. and Ave. T, NW
7U: p.m. Bible Study, Prayer WedS Bev. James N. Barnett, Pastor 4 00 to 5:00-7:30 to 1.30 34th Street, NW ST Seminal Pastor
: Day: : : : PAtX'S EPISCOPAL 9:IS a.m.-Eun. School Captain W, Whittle
FIRST-OF INWOODRev. :30 p.m.-PoUd-week Prayer 9 30 a.-Bible School A J. Duncaa, Pastor Seventh Street .J Ave. L, NW 1:15: a-Adult Bible Officer U Charge

J. W. Campbell Pastor 10:43 .-Morning Worship EAGLE LAKECIIL'RCIi 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School. Rev, Cyril \. Stirrup Rector 10:30: a m- rvlte of Clsss 1.5; a.m.-Sun. School
IU: a.m.-Sun. School SOUTH SIDER. Nursery OF CHRIST 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Rev C. Lee GUbertson. Grate HOLY COMMUNION Worship 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship
11:00: a-Morning Worship II. Malcolm, Fader 10:45: a.m.-Junior Church (forages L B. ChuUla. Minister 7:00: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic 7:30: a m. Holy Eucharist First Sun Each MODtbTELEVISIO 143 p.m.-Young Peoples Legion
ltS: p.m.-Training Union Burney Cowdei, S.S. Supt. 4 through .7)) 10.00 a m.-Bible Study
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist .at
I:00 p.m-Evening Worship 9:43 a.m.-Sun. Bible School 5:45: p.m.-Youtt Choir Prse U;00 a.m.-Preaching, Worship Tues: : "THIS IS THE 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
Wed. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Preaching (.43 p.m.-Christian Youth f 30 p.m.-Preaching 7.30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting Church School 1:30: a-Channel LIFE" Tues:

7:30 p.m.-Mid.Week Prayer 7:00: p.m.-Study class for all Fellowship (Senior) Wed.; Thurs.: WEElD.SF.R'ICES I I 11:00: a.m.-Channel I I 4:oo p.m.-Sunbeams
leI Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship (Intermed) 7SO: p.m.-Bible Study 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor RADIO 7:30: p.m.-Ladies Home
FIRST-Or WAIINETA for men and women 7.5: p.m.-Evening Worship Tuesday 9:30 a m, Holy Eu BROADCASTS League

Rifle Rasp Road 1:00: p.m.-Evening Evange.tistie Wed: 4IT1I ST BAPTIST MISSION charist 30-Cemplete: Service Wed:

Rev, Frank Fads Serv, Broadcast WSIR 130 a.m.-Ladies Bible Class Rev II. T. Ward, Pastor ELOISE Wednesday 9:30 a m Holy 7:30: .m. Girl Guards
IU: a.m.-Sun. Service 1.00 p.m.-V:ed., Prayer Meeting Ch.orlZI 9.43 a.m.-Sun. School Rev W, E. Wright Eucharist I WGTO (S IKC) 7U: p.m.-
-Prayer Meeting
11:00: a.-Morning Message Bible Study Seventh SU SW 11;00 a m.-Preaching Services le 00 a.m.-Sun. School p
9 30 Hoi En Fri.
Friday : a m ] :
7:00: p.m-Training Union CENTRAL CHRISTIAN 7.00 pm.-Training Unior 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 4 .
00 .
I:00 p.m.-Evening Sermon JAN-PHVLU (ladepeadent>)> I.00 pm.-Evening Worship 7.00 p.m.-Fvening Worship charistIVMIMEL 7:00:: p p.m m.--Junior Boy Scouts Choir
Overstreet, Pastor Wed.
B. Wed
Wed.: : :
DOt Lake Blue Dr. NW
1:00: p m.-Mid,week prayer Corner el Rector Highway sad OK llaveadale Blvd. 7.5: p m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service ABIDING SUIOIRLITHERN SEVENTM.DAY ADVENTIST

aervlce, inspiration llalfleld Read Drlraar D. Dekaalt. Minister Wed.: Frt: LUTHERAN CHfRO 4.i Ave. K. SE

Central Baptist Church >,43 a.m.-Sun. School 1.30 a.-Bible School 7'30 p.m.-Bible Study 7.30 p.m.Young People's Meet. 1441 141* SL. NW I. lawod IN AMERICA George N. HUsea

Sloth St. 11:00: a.-Joining Worship 10:43 a.-Morning Worship Rev Marti Gslsiad. Pasta''FAMIW 1.1. Havendale Boulevard Sat.:
Corset Ave. A, NW Union 34TII STREET CHIRCII: OFfll.I"T CENTRAL CIIIRCH
9 .
43 -Sabbath School
.
II Training a
I m WOruwiir
p
<30 Rev Charles
Rev. R. D. Hodges, Pastor p m -Christian Endeavor ) or CHRIST Dickioa Pastor
T:30 p.-Evening Worship 7SO 9.:30 mSua School, Adult 11:00 aj .-Worship Service
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School ; p -Evening Service Located between Ave. J A. K B J. CVaihata, Minister Bible Study Sunday School 130 A.M. Sun Television:

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship PARKLAND BAPTIST Wed' : 34th St NW. Winter Its". 10 00 a.m.-Bible Study 10:IS a.m.-Sua. Divine Service Divuie Worship 10 30 A U 12:00 noon-Channel 9 Faith
1:30: p.m.-Pre-service prayer ISM Eighth Street SE 7 30 p m.-Mid week service Br,.. B. Cealey, Minister 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service Holy Communion First Sunday for Today
7:30: p.m.Evangelist preaching Wed:Choir rehearsal NOS.DENO.INAnOSALDln'E.L" each month.
Rev Gene Hitchcock, Pastor Sun: 1.30 t.m.-EnlUJll Worship Sua Radio:
I:00 p.m.-Wed., Prayer meet. .-Sun. School I:43 p.m.-Juniors Bible Wed SERVICES ISO The
I:43 a m 10:00: a m Study : : a.m.-WSUN ( :! )-
lag Bible studyLAKE 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 113;: p.m.-Seniors 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service 7'M p.m.-Bible Study Ssveeored ky CHIRCH OF NAZARE.NE Voice of Prophecy.

ALFRED C:43 p.-Training Union LAKELAND UNITY I 00 p.m.-Evening Worship BAPTIST Methodist Mens Club at Out. FIRST CHIRCU Tues:
ASSEMBLY OF GOD I.00 p.m.-Worship! Wed.: PRIMITIVE door Drive-la Theater Haven- Mafias M. Wright T::30 p.-Prsyvr Meeting.
CHRIST
CIIL'RCilChurch
Blvd.H. Mid.Week North Lake Blae Drive and IU: a.m.-Suo. School
475 W. Haines Wed: T:30 p m Service Dale Blvd. e SUB <::M a.m. Seventh-day Adventist Church
cry
W. Killlagswortfc, Pastor 7 30 p.-Prayer meeting of the -Dally Wad"Oalta Ave. Z. NW Rain or shine 10.50 a.m.Worship BAPTIST TEMPLE DUNDEE
School A. Meyer, Minister Supply Minister I:U p.-Adult Bible .
10:00: a.m.-SuD. LAKE RFC.IDN CMTARUN LAKE ALFREDPIESBTTEIIAN Study Jack ,...... Passer
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship METHODISTELOISE3RD Sunday Devotional 11 a.m. Lakeland 10:00 a m -Bible Study "IS p.-Young People 10 00 a m.-Sun. School
ISO: p.m.-Christ Ambassadors STREETRev Tuesday Musk Club 11'00 a.m Worship Service <:IS p.m.-J mior Society U'00 a.m Morning Worship
7:SO p. .-Evening Service Pail D. Swisher 421 E. Park at Success I 10:00: a m. Church Service Each 4th Sunday Fellowship Rev David E. Dirtied Pastor 7 00 p.m. &". of Evangelism 7 00 p.m.-Eveuag WorshipWed
Wed.. 10.00 a-Church School Sunday School: Ham. Sunday School Sunday Serving dinner on the 9.4$ a.m.-Sun. School T :30pm-Wed.. Midweek .

7:SO p. .-Prayer, Bible Study 7;00 p.-Evening Worship Center 214 So. Iowa grounds 11:00 a.ID.-Konaiq Worship Service 1:30 p.aa-alld-W ek Prayer



NEWS-CHIEF, Friday, September 25, 1964 P.a. 7
Elaborate
sssiaKSiwsssisasmw. mimimmm St. Paul's Has Table Decorations


#wINTcR MAVEN DAILY NEV/S.CV4| Annual CoffeeThe Are Symbolic Of Each Month



Annual Fall Coffee for MM io ft JoMffc'i G'tild of St JtI Mekgftwnd music was pro<

women of St. Paul's Episcopal eph'i Catholic Church op*** turd by accordionists Mrs

Church was held Wednesday, In Its fall season al Father Anctorten Psi Jackson and Mrs. June

the Parish Hall. HU TuMay night with IbiHMy pegeylski.

The coffee was sponsored by party for ill its menu 1In. David B Fox was chair

the officers and board mem. bert se. of the dinner meeting with
bers of St. Paul's Episcopal The" tables were beautifully oMwr member of St Monica
Churchwomen: President, Mrs.M. decorated each
Wc3 representing circle assisting.
E. Schowthaler
Jr. first
; month of the year The Rev Father Matthew
vlce-precldent, Mrs. R.V.Bean r ,
;
Members enjoyed a covered! of
second vie* president, Mrs. Carnally, pastor St Joseph'
cJteJ; by aILLIF eul3 z John Dam,third vice-president, dish dtnncr at the table representing Church, reminded the ladles ol

Mrs. Charles H. Walsh; seer*, their birth month. the Importance of making their
tar), Mrs. Robert Wagner First award went to the June religion more than just a Sunday -

treasurer, Mrs. George Dor. table which was decorated in morning duty Active
Autumn Decorations Used mono Other Board Members the traditional pink and white membership in the guild would

Mrs. Percy Burmaster, Mrs. for weddings and graduations. provide an outlet for the prat.
J. Bernard Scott Jr., Mrs. Lyle Also June wai "Bustin' Out Heal aide of their religion he

Swift, Mrs.M.G.Simmons, Mrs. All Over" from the music of said The guild has many spiritual .
At Shower For Miss Grafton Austin T. Race Jr., Mrs. Otis Oklahoma. and social advantage for

Musselwhlte Mrs.Frailer Moo. March won second award with the members and can help

An informal but very beautiful about. Other nosegays were ty and Miss Fannie 0. Smith. a delicate spray of shamrocks the parish financially he con
The Coffee brings together! and candelabra honoring! St. Unued.
miscellaneous
shower
taught to the
skirl of the ta
given yesterday in honorof members of St. Agnes' Guild, Patrick He told them to keep in mind
wss Miss Judy Grafton ble.Coffee St. Catherine's Guild, St. C.cUla'l February was third place the saying: "If you want to be
popular
and soft drinks with
Guild, St. Mary's Altar winner with Its hearts and
flowers happy with your lot In life.
brlde-elect, by Mrs William a variety of dainty party guild, all the women of the 4 theme for Valentines build a service station on ItMembership .'
E. Rynerson and Mr*. E L foods, were served In the Florida Church and provides an oppor. Day.
the would
in guild
Davis at the home of the lat.
Room. tunlty for newcomers to meet
May's table was decoratedwith give the ladies a chance to be
ter on Lake Florence. The guest list included the all the women of St. Paul's. The
a May Pole and Novembercame of service to the church and to
honoree, her mother, Mrs. coffee was well attended and to life with old fashioned others,
The refreshment table, cov One of the main activities
Merrill Grafton the Rector, the Reverend CyrilN.
her fiance'smother American harvest and turkeyfor of the guild I II caring for
ered with pale gold linen, featured Sturrup, attended.
Mrs Ray Hock, Mesdames
Thanksgiving the altar, which reminded him
an intriguing decorationIn Mrs. John C. Allen Is President
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autumn tones Vegetablesand Thomas Hardman, of St. Agnes' Guild Mrs. September was n brilliant die Father Connolly said of Mary
limes Jack Rynerson, Herbert Apple Sue Fisher Is President; of St. NEW PASTOR The Rev. Ray Prlngle pictured here with his wife and children, Amber play of autumn leaves and cor caring for her Divine Son.
fruits
gourds, egg Austin Race. Robert Allen and Billy, Is the new pastor of the Church of God at Avenue t and Seventh '>treet ';.W, Rev. nlcopla December was festive Mrs. Norman Curran. dlrec
Catherine's Guild Mrs. John H.
plant, grapes, croton leaves William Lemon Bob Dame Is President; of St. Ce. Pringle, has been National and State Lvangellst: for the Church of God for the past five years, and gay with holly candelabraand tor of Catholic Charities In

and pineapple were colorfully Eastman, William Raley, Joe cilia's Guild Mrs. Richard R. having previously served as pastor In Jonesboro. Ark. and Memphis, Tenn. Th pastor a Christmas baubles Lakeland, spoke of her work
arranged in a shallow basketon McKibben Harry King. Hunt Mays" President; St.Mary's graduate of Lee College, Cleveland Tenn. and Arkansas state College, Jonesboro, Ark.. will The January table was moil with unwed mothers, foster
a matching woven tray. be the church evangelist for a two-week revival beginning Sunday.
er flyer George Kendrick Altar Guild. original. Its theme was the children, adoption and Juvenile

Shower gifts were placedon Jack McKay. Culver Spencer -..._ ,.. ,. World's Fair with a replica of court
Andrew Ireland, Gordon New ArrivalsMr the Unlnphirre In the renter.
overlaid
round table
a Mead, Joe K. Hays Albert The ladle Auxiliary to October I I. the month of the Hosiry Womens
soft cloth: Physical
with a green Griffin Gunter Stephenson, Haynes.Hedrlck VFW Post and Mrs. John Owens and was elegant In It*

reaching to the floor. A Jere Truitt, Leon Saunders, 4289 will meet Monday eve of Dundee are the parents of rr simplicity of Madonna and flowers Fitness Classes
silk parasol was
white with Arnold Greatens Bob Wil- ning at the Post Home Mrs. a daughter horn at 12'41 p m. April was gay with Easter

placed on the of table flowers In liamson of Auburndale: Ro Lynda Hoit of Lake Wales yesterday in the Winter Ha- baskets and bunnies and Are ScheduledThe

tiny nosegay land Marston and Morris president of District No.4. yen Hospital The baby July was exploding with color-

Dresden shades scattered Brown Babson Park and other district ofiren11\ weighed six pounds, one and a f ) bunting and fire crackers The Fall Session of Women'

make her official visit at this half ounces August theme wan Fun In the Physical Fltntss classes, under

Around The Town time. A six pound five and a half Sun" with a miniature replicaof the direction of Hslsn Rile,Wino
ounce son was born at t'50 Cypress Gardens and a lefi. tit Haven Recreation Depart.

p.m. yesterday In the local ..""" ment will begin Monday, Oc.
hospital to Mr. and !Mrs. Don tober 8th.Mornlnr.
I Nordlie Is Here For Weekend
Major Visit
aid ('huRlnl')'. classes will begin at

:Mr. and M's. R. B. Swain 10 o'clock and will be conduct.

'r of Reins City are receiving id at the Rotary Park Community
Commandla.
the Air
Major Wayne E. Nordlie, who was selected to I attend
\ Center The night class will
congratulations on the .,i
and staff College of the Air Force in Montgomery, ., is visiting with his birth of a daughter at 3:11: Hart at ( o'clock and will be

I his family in Winter Haven this weekend. His wife,,, the former Mary Helen p.m. >estirday in Ihe local 1 conducted. at the National Guard

McCarty, and daughters, Karen Leigh and Sandra Lynn and son, Wayne Jr., hospital, Armory.The
A daughter was born at 9:13: D morning class will be Urn.
are living here for the school year, with her family.Mrs. last night in the community P lied to 20 women with the eve.

John F. Nease has The Methodist Youth Eel. hospital to !Mr. and !Mrs. S. t sing clue being limited to 36.
Frank Nue'mans
Mr. and Mrs -
- -
Just returned from Los Angeles lowship of Be>'mer Memorial W*>nr Chapman of Auburndale There will be a charge of twodollar
and sons have movedto FUN GALORE... had st tin Raring Twenties parly held by
Calif., where she spent a Methodist Church is having a The baby's weight: was per person which will
Winter Haven from their the Elks Club: taking part In the skits were left to right Mr*.
recorded al eight pounds .n(1Courlf'n the weeks course.
month visiting with t her Football Party tomorrow evening cover eight
former home in Orlando. They Wayne NetherMis Mar Mciver MIII Linda :lost. Mr*. Nellie
daughter, Jeanne. are residing on Avenue C, SE from 7:30: until 10 in the outlets Sloat and Mrs LewIS Wr ''II. TENTH BIRTHDAY -. Cindy Enrollment lion a first com

Boy Scout House across the Deasley was honored on her first served basla. All persons
Miss Fern Rubush has beena street from the church. Interested should plan to enroll
Gary Lawson Is a sopho birthday, at a party given by
.
patient in the Lakeland General more this year at the University Square dancing under the To Be In Lake Wales her parents, Mr and Mr. Roy early to assure a place In the
Hospital. leadership of special cues': *, and das*. To register pleas call
rieasley. Swimming
of Florida in Games tames
ville He Is the son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Horton Briggs, Three Dav Garden Club Workshop Is Scheduled were enjoyed during the atttinoon. the Winter Haven Recreation
Mr, and Mri. Thomas B. Mrs Kenneth Lawson will be the main entertainment Cake and lea r"11wtre\ Department, CY-UOOO.
''
Swann'h W returned 't thejr of the evening Senior served to the following guests
MYF "Look, Listen, Learn, Work tckkliin. Following Iamb there rnsil, with Mrs W. R. Druids!
Tom
and high Boasts,
home after a to months slay high junior Hank King, Bryan
home in The Inwood Bethel Assent' both Invited to attend and Play" will be the them will be a series of craft iesslnn welter, 9K North Lake Short and Jennie Lyons, Dilly MeColdrlck 'Toilet" tilt picnic area when
at their summer bly of God Church WMC, will are for the three day annual work. beginning with the many nivil., Lake Wales by Friday Krishna Uncspher, the meal is over to leave It free

Dandridge. Tenn. have a rummage sale tomorrow Mrs. C. A. Collins has returned shop for members of District aura of the pine cone in dec Sept.. 2dhClrcie and club mem. DenJIe Troemel, Debbie Kite, of litter sandwich wrappers,

in front of Kwik Chek at from a two months vis 9, Florida Federation of Carder oratlte and practical use with here should< ootHart their prep Wayne Marchettl and John DM- melon rinds paper plates, nap-
Mr. and Mrs Brad Rile Southlan Shopping Center, It with friends and relatives Clubs, at the Circle "F" Du have returned from a vacation Auburndale. The sale will in Battle Creek and Kalama-- Ranch in Lake Wale Monday, members dcmwirtlrsUng the and various fees.

trip to Springfield. Pa start at eight a m. and con too MichMUs Tuesday ami Wednesday Mrs 'Pine (une Trees" made! especially
where they visited with the tinue throughout the day Sidney Davis of Ft. Myers, dl!<, for use during the

former's parent, Mr. and I ynne Drown, a tram trict 9 director: and the assist yuletide meson Mrs. J. I).

Mr*. T, Norman Rile. They Leslie Fairchild. son of Mr fer student from Agnes Scott ant director, Mu.W.R.8rultt'ho Watson will be In rhargv.Mr !.

drove on up to Glouster. and Mrs. James Fairchild of College Decatur, Ga., to Florida weber of Lake Wales wtll be In *. bdwanl J. Stt.IlII.rsolfont.

Mass and other points of interest Lake Hamilton is a junior at State University has charge of all program arrange. Vedra Beach, state cor.
mints and will preside at the
in the New England the University of Florida. pledged Alpha Phi Sorority at sag chairman, will awork.
business ....Ions. Members of
states Florida State University shop session on the proper and S
__. the Garden' Club of Lake Wiles Ill
..... ..... ..aa..rea.O-O..mw..r..O.aa- -----; will serve as hostesses for the correct way to construct a oor.

'1 1t workshop planned for the mem.tors rage"Tin ROI..." will be made by 11
of the 82 circles and clubsIn ,
1 Mrs. Dan Townsend of Hitlits
t the dlatrld. City. Member are asked to '
1
The will Include Dcte' 7Jtt UJ.
t program
bring
/ a supply of tin can lids,
t speakers, demonstrations and sharp nosed pliers and glovesfor ,
/ r t craft workshops, ctvtnc thole at. this workshop session. The
tending a wide< and varied field Christmas
Angel demonstration
t of Information. Monday after will be conducted !by Mrs. David
1 noon will be Md by delegates Harris."Coneervatkae'g.
1 to get settled' and view the Craft
Mar of the '--""
B Room displays. A conservation .
1 Florid Recreation Itollar rt
t will be hold during
discussion 12 NOON TILL 4P.M.
1 1 How To Get It. Where Rt
the evening.
1 to Us It in This District" will
1 t An early morning Mrdwalk be the Tuesday evening program.C. SUNDAY, SEPT 27th
trail lad
t along the nature by
1 Russell Mason, e..eeutlr <*U
B Miss Carol Beck, of Scoring,
I rector of the Florida Au.luUmSociety
chief naturalist at Highland
1 B will and a member of theCllUess gIG, u S. PAT 0"t
B Hammock Stale Park, openthe Advisory CommtttMM

i activities on both Tuesdayand the Florida Outdoor Recreation
.
fJ'P'rI mornings Rf.istrallon
1 Wednesday Program, and Ml** Carol beck,
1 will be from 1:00 a.m.
/ botanist at 1I1I1I1.ndllI..k CHICKEN VERMICELLI SOUP
'
30 each morning.
until
1 :
State Park will "
t Jointly prewwtth ,
T"
I t Program and craft teutonsKhrdulrd conservation program wMhwill -
f Tuesday will Include be open to the general pub.

I >onl /;;; e! ji'Ishe 1 state thsirmt *f horticulture, lie. .t STEWED CHICKEN
J 1I Mrs Phillip James, of Miami "Floral Art In Living Color"will

1 addressing the group en the be the topt of Mrs. Neil AND
/ .X I topic "Mow and What T* Connor, of Lake Wales, tor the v

t t Grow( ," "...Inl tile morning lectur* dentoiMrtrati newer OLD FASHION DUMPLINGS
t arrnt_ nt pregrass We4n* .
(6 i': .
Z .rv; end's OCE. sOit. day morning general phases of -
(JJ41-e Ologrq/ey Members IMerprelstlve! design a* used

I /lvrryalfd jet, /7,15 73Vllc.t: t" l4Jewh'k Welcomed To In UNd Flower by Mrs.Show CMMOT.Work Also win the be CHOICE OF VEGETABLES

netting p **iMIi l*. of Making r
J Over 60 ClubA tortaJrirs from unusual awl un. -
4.1vc / --
can ye/ it. A foo drat I '** you .
nncw.uu..Hneo... Members tffKttng the .*.

who already Silver Club members know what Sixty Clut>". tte* has u Its lion are asked lo kite IIec:.
LOAF BREAD
of are
Those you purpose to benefit both lid c m.mwiHr estay supplies for the workMxv b /

I I'm about. Those who are not Silver Club members need I and theM Uklnf part In sessions and to wear play
talking ta* group ha recently bn loth** an* t.*.- swim stilt.

make $25.00 Muted herbg Antiwar EJbi Advance reservation are to beMETHODIST
1 only to a savings account or a deposit to DESSERT ,I
open I and Edgar Melvin aaaaaa. d
I will receive 5 TIle group meets every Thar .
savings account you a pc. place a//Y/NI *<'.
your present day sneraoa at two o'clock,

setting (tin International Stainless or Rogers Bros. Silverplate) Church to front, of Tel lid Street First and Christian Avenue PROTESTANT f COFFEE OR TEA

) Additional place settings A, SW. They visit the sick and 4"'i/
I FREE (One free setting per family I ......In. In tile cwnanianlry and CHURCH

I are available to you at $2.35 as you make additional $25.00 / barrow travelo one th*every c...three, Horn month In 42nd St t L.fc* Blue Dr. 75

t savings account. I lo nail and take refreshment REV. ARNO PRATT 1 I per pert**
deposits to your to tK* people there.
1 .1000 SUNDAY SCHOOL
B
TIle group reports the good
1 times that had through 1 1:00 MOtNINC WORSHIP
they have
/ k+.w k c D.l c Fun Bank Service I 10
.. ; IVININO WOSHI
.Is fellowship sad art* any. e Children Under 10 95c
1 AD Day Too! II raw interested to contact Mr. 7:10 TW*. MID. .WIIKSIIVIC1
1 Ejbi fCt Milt) or Mr. Mel.rta .

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Girl To FamilyOf "7"1"x'f




QuintupletsABERDEEN f


S. D. (UPO
Mr*. Mary Ann Fischer 0111
auburn haired mother of the ,), d
Fischer quints, was resting: J y
::4 -
comfortably In St. Luke's Hospital I. --
today with the latest addition
p to her famous brood-a
10-pound 7-ounce girl.
Mrs. Fischer, who did not
even bother to announce her
latest pregnancy because'every
knew It, ," ,
one anyway r tip t +
was rushed to the red-brick
Catholic hospital at 8:50 p.m.
Thursday
Less than 30 minutes lateral ,
9:18 p.m.she gave birth to ry ,5 'yl'r td 1. r.b r.
her 11th child.
The new baby tipped the y -1 1r
scales at more than twice the

weight of the heaviest quint. r ,, as .. school buildings Winter Haven
James Andrew, who was only w. SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION DELAYED This Is the new
4 pounds 9 ounces at birth. wtN High School, to contain classrooms and laboratories. Construction has been delayed by rain, I
Andrew Fischer a $78-a- and the contractor Dan Cooper, has obtained a 30-day extension of the completion deadline,
week clerk in a wholesale grocery which is now expected to be about mid-November.

firm and a proud papa
for the sixth time in 13 months- .. LUCKY MOTORIST Mass., crawled from the auto COVERS NOTFonlanl.
a nearly unbeatable record- ---- WILMINGTON Mass. (UPI) before It caught fire and the Calif. (UPI)-Po.
was at the hospital for the birthof A YEAR OLD The Fischer quintuplets cavort at their homeIn Mary Catherine Cathy( ) Mary Ann and Mary Margaret -A motorist escaped with only train was halted in time. Hos. lice today sought whoever has
Ms latest child. He said he Aberdeen. 8,D., with James Andrew (Andy) In the rider' Margie( ) Mrs. Fischer !Is expecting; another baby. and says a scratched arm Thursday pltal attendants said he proba been plastering Goldwater and
was expecting boy and had not neat in the wagon at their 1-year-old birthday party. His she has "every assurance that It her 11th will be by It- night when his car plunged 25 bly escaped serious Injury in Murphy campaign stickers over
picked out a girl's name. four liters are (from left I Mary Magdalene (Maggie), self, a single (Copyright 1964, The Curtis Publishing Co.) feet onto railroad tracks and the plunge onto the tracks be. city traffic signs reading "nota
The 211/2 Inch-Ionlbabywa. burst into flames only moments cause his body was encased ina through street." All but the
delivered by Dr. James Hov- before a train was due. hlp.to-shouider cast from a "not" is covered by the stick.
land. He was assisted by Drs. Asks For AmericaOf This Funny WorldI Edward Allen, 32, of Maiden, previous injury. ers.
Bernard King and A. J. Janish, Humphrey ._-----
who also assisted Dr. James
Berbos In the deliver of the

quints. Compassion And IdealsKALAMAZOO You Can't Miss With Such


Quotes From
Mich. fUPI>- and creative: Let America continue .
!
The News Democratic vice presidential to be an arsenal of Ideas Big League Quality
candidate: Hubert H. Humphrey and hope for this weary planet.
today called for an America of Let us retain compassion In the
(Reg. U.S. Pat. 0.) compassion heeds and belief midst of indifference Ideals in
By United Press International "a place for the renewal of the the midst of cynicism belief in 1.wt Y/H(
FRESNO. Call Rep William human spirit." the midst of despair. I nut 6Y'AMI
E Miller contending Democrats Humphrey made the state "Let America continue to be I W aunt
not Republicans, have ment in a speech prepared for what it was meant to be by its
led the nation Into war: delivery at Western Michigan founders place for the renew. r.ann w xer;,
"Everybody knows that this University Tim Minnesota sena. al of the human spirit." r+r
business about Barry Goldwater tor took his campaign Into In an oblique criticism of r
leading ui Into war Is a lot of Michigan after s day In New GOP presidential nominee Bar.
bunk The Democrats have led York City will. Senate candl. ry M. Goldwater-who he did
us Into four wars date Robert F. Kennedy not mention by name Hum L 'II'You
Humphrey also was scheduledto phrey said, "The American .
speak today at Grand Rapids dream was not conceived in -H_ .
LONDON Conservative Bay City and Flint. the conscience of conservatives:
Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas His speech at Kalamazoo but in the hopes of visionaries.

.Home declining to debate on echoed President Johnson's of. Its theme was ingenuity and U 1Ii1I1Ilj
television with Harold Wilson ten continue.repeated"exhortation Humphrey :said"Letus : Innovation" ,.

leader of the Labor party opposition "We need an America with Eng, )-
: the wisdom of experience. Put A news dealer has put up this
"I don't think a British election we must not let A met lea grow sign for commuters on his SyndlcaU. Inc Loon
Is a conformation of per old In spirit. stand: "If you are mean
( tonalities I saw the Nixon.Ken. "Let us continue to be an enough to steal a paper don't "I think I'd like to choose some place where we're not get your money'g most in efficiency and
nedy confrontation and It curedme. America of new faith In old add insult to injury by bragging rutting foreign aid."
." dreams. Let us continue to be about it In the pub down the satisfaction when you buy these famous
an America eternally vigorous road."
Thursday that the basic: problems products. They're tops and the choice of most
Johnson Asks of de facto segregation
cannot \be solved in schools because home
J "the real problem is one

,, '/ ,. For CheckIn of housing! .
/ New York: City council'
/ Thursday defeated an attempt
< '
/dY'l // 1Iij'NOTICS/ by opponents of the city s makers.rrJm

.. ,( ; school Integration program to
Bombings let the voters decide the question '
of compulsory school busIng I
of children! to distant
By (niled Pre International schools to achieve racial balance .
Pn'ulcnt Johnson has asked in classrooms Steel wheelbarrow itic-coated steel Steel clothetpole; Aluminum screen

the Justice! Department for a Richmonda.: Negroeswere with rubber tire: cloth..line: 9" 7VJ ft.; $6.00 door grille: $2.70
prompt investigation of a num to ask a federal fudge today
her of bombings In McComb $9.80
to dissolve a Prince Fd

MISS The President told three Negro ward of County juveniles ban In protest against demo the
use
aeanSaue'W -
1 women from McComb In a onxlritmns
White I Inline meeting Thursday St. Petersburg. J-ls.: Quinn
that he was deeply concernedby Tamm of Washington. executive \II[ ] [ ]
/o& the bombing of Negro director of the International \
home, churches and other Association of Police Chiefs,
1t_ buildings In the southwest Mis Thursday accused newsmen
ilssippl' town particularly in New York of
11ewes Two Negro l leader Thursday "appalling and dishonest' reporting Pine flooring; I 1x4" 6ft. stepladder; Galvanized poultry Plywood 4x8
railed upon the President and of police action in rs from 4c lin. ft. up sturdy quality; $6.69 wire; 2c .q. ft. up panels; all types;
Mississippi Gov. Paul Johnson real rioting $3.58
UIf to declare a state of martial up

l law In McComb where, they .. .
,
said violence and terror are DUNDEE : .

Financing your the daily" companions of Negroes f5i l <" : GJJ+
Cruel! Mrs. Annie Chapman celebrated
this is ot Two Negro: homes were her 71st birthday on Sun r :
{ : ;
the Bank bombed Wednesday night the day, with a dinner at the homeof LDU : rJ e
throUgh fourth such incident in at her daughter, Mrs EsteR ,
neVI car SavingsLake many days No one was hurt Hufstetler. Here from Canal
means Big and there wax very little dam Point to celebrate with Mrs. Paint roller'lnd. Sakrete mixlI: undo Sturdy steel
Alfred axe to the dwellings Suixliy Chapman were her son and ***elotex I ceiling
Cost Auto night however, a church and a daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. tray sets; $1.29 up gravel I, or mortar, 1 shovels; 4 :
41/10/0' LoVl house" were destroyed by Eusttee Blackwell and children 95c bag ... ;

for you. red blasts Several !hundred Negroes Diane and 010.CONVENIENT.
wt in9r no rioted after the Sunday '
long l night incidents' ACCIDENT B
a.a
L oans-n loan service There have been 10 Mmll1nCI OXNARD, Calif (UPI)-Car. IIPegboerd [
the fastest within the past month in Mr penter David Orr, 40, broke his
ankle Thursday when he
just Comb, where a NerolOt..,
taper registration campaign la being dropped 11 feet to the ground
conductedAt after scaffoMlng collapsed.
ever' Ambulance attendants placed
Driest, Miss today, more
witnesses were scheduled to testify Orr on a stretcher: and passed panels: Black A Decker Reynolds aluminum Benjamin Moore
before a federal Brand Jury him through a window Into the 79c ea. up power tools; screen wire; 24c paInts; $5.45
COS1't7270 emergency wart: t or St. John's
investigating the deaths of $11.87 I gal.
At lOW three civil rights workers at Hospital The job (\rr had been up fin. ft up up
working on was the hospital'snew
\ Philadelphia Miss The probe west wi l!c, 8'. feet away
lOMS'J If expected to last two week'
from
the ener! "Y war I.
l\U10 At Philadelphia, a count'grand
jury will make a aepa<< '
rate Investigation Monday and
requested federal agents involved rV ttf\\
In the ease to testify
Elsewhere<< I1111 c..

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a x ,..'>,:.. ',sr4 Nave Sunday evenings In
V-C Chemical 1st Christian ....__.er. Beginning Nov. Imm
Municipal CourtDocket 5'DEBS t to 9 p.m., six courses
r 1iiBsltaw Mr Christian Education credit
munition will be offered it

Plant Head To Church Plans waa aanounead.The .
Re. J. W. Gate of Maine-
city Christian Church will In.

strtMt a class entitled, "Win
Address seetr.l ADr, petit larceny, ceny transferred to Ceraq. Are Outlined Dial Others to Christ"; Rev
GroupThe transferred to County Mildred Lee Frasfer, rrnttofred I Darrell Joachim of the Lakelan I

James Oliver Baxter, drunk, light $10 fine. Plans and goals for the 1964Of. First Christian Church, "Intro
League of Women Votersof 10-day suspended sentence Mildred Lee Frailer, fctttoc church year were outlined dnetton to the Bible";; Mrs. Bill

Polk County will hold its Robert Griffin, petit larceny to appear on summons ai no Wednesday night I to 150 members Foster of Winter Haven
transferred to County. drivers license, nolle pressed. "Teaching Children In the
opening meeting of the fall season and friends of the First
Car owners, violating Ordn. 2 drunk Cfewrea" Rev. James Barnett,
on Tuesday with a luncheon Wayne O. Graham Christian church by Robert H. ;
al noon at the Park Restaurant, 5M, forfeited IIS.II1. charges, forfeited $SO Intone Walls, chairman of the official "The Meaning of Church Hem
C95 sixth St. NW, Winter Haven. Carol Lyneete Abel, failure Robert Thomas Green, baud, who spoke at all-church her hlp"; Rev. T. Morgan Hill
to obey stop sign, not guilty. speeding, $18 fine. fellowship dinner of the Bartow First Christian
Under the chairmanship of Ralph Terry Adcock, Inter- James W. Guthrie, drunk & : t b Using! a Dip chart to Illustrate Church "History of our
Mrs John FDominlckotlake- fering with officer, IK fine forfeited $i8 bond. the work ofvarioul departmentsof Brotherhood", and Mrs Del
land the League's vice president Milton Lamar Alderman, Larry Thomas llendrlck, the Church Wells noted the Ward of Winter Haven,"Teach
the meeting will be devotedto -drunk forfeited fey bond speeding, $15 fine etI Increase in the Youth Department ing Youth'
further consideration of transferred to County. Floyd Hewing, careless driving +A and the needs of the bd-:; Or. John Golden, retired at
water control and conservationin Louise Brlele Anderson, excessive $g0 fine.Darllne ucatlon, Evangelism, Membership ter more than 68 years in the
central Florida speed forfeited $15 Fountain Hillary, Stewardship and Finance ministry, was honored at the
bond. restricted license and dinner meeting 01the eve of
C. V. O. Hughes, manager of violating Departments of the church He
Leon Anderson disorderly nolle his. Mth birthday. New members -
the Nichols plant of Virginia- violating one way street showed a percentage: breakdown
conduct, forfeited $IS bond.K. pressed. the In the congregation were
of
Caroline. Chemical Corp and 132,000 church budget
chairman of Florida Phosphate T. Bass drunk, forfeited Willis B. Howard, vagrancy for the year Introduced as honored guests
$IS bond. none grossed.Hinson They are Mrs. John Hubbard,
Council's Water Resource Plans for the next bow monthsin
Committee, will speak. Charlie Bell, careless driving James, Jr., disobeying the church program IncludeA Mrs Grace Henry, Mrs Ethel
$15 fine.Arthur stop sign forfeited $10 Spiritual Life Revival meet. Morris Mrs Thomas Me
Reservations for the luncheon Berrian, Improper bond. Ing, Oct. 85-29! with the Rev.C. Cracken, Prof and Mrs Fred
should be made with Mrs.DomInick passing nolle crossed. John Wallace Jones violating W. Duncan of Forest Christian Atherton, Mr. and hire David
In Lakeland, 682-4807, or Marjorie A. Branson, falling Ordn. S96 on 18 counts, for- Church In Jacksonville."The Farrtngton and Miss Jackie
with Mrs Charles H. Walsh In to yield right of way, $10 fine feited $37.25 bond. Law.
Rev Mr. Duncan Is an
Winter Haven 293-8974. Richard Lamar BranUey,violating Donald Chalmers Kelley,improper outstanding young minister,
one way street, nolle start from -
parked position
The committee working with well versed In the Bible, a POOR RESULTS
Mrs. water pressed. $10 fine favorite among the young peopleIn HOUSTON (UPI) Houston
Dominick
on con-
Crady Carlthers drunk, for- Lowe drunk
Fred L. 10day'
the state and an accomplished officials tried Inoculate
trol and conservation Includes soo to a
feited $89 bond. sentence
Mrs. Robert Haynes of Halnes suspended singer and guitarist," said $1,000 .,bra against sleeping
William F. Clemmons, reckless Lance James Lybrand, no !
City Mrs. Ira Parks of Winter driving while drinking,$50 drivers license, nolle pressed. Lj the Rev James N. Darnett, sickness Thursday with a hypo.
Haven and Mrs Warren Smithof fine John William MacNelsh violating pastor of the local church 'rmlc dart fired from a gun.
Lakeland. A Leadership Training school The results were not too happy.
Walter Jackson Coleman, street forfeited
one way ,
for Christian Churches In Polk The *bra panicked and ran
running red light, forfeited $10 $5 bond.
County will be held In the Winter full tilt Into a fence, breaking
I SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN bond. Jerry Eugene McDonald,disobeying -
Haven church on ftxir suc- Its neck.nnvfy4 .
David Melton Conerly, excessive red light, $10 fine
speed, forfeited $15 M. D. Merrltt, excessive _

LOTS OF bond. speed $15 fine,
Betty Ford Covtngton, VIolat- Hilda L. Mitchell, drunk 10
ing restricted license, forfeited days suspended sentence 'N HEIRS -- Top row from left. Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wright;

$25 bond. Arthur Montogmery, drunk, Jay, son of Mr and Mrs Bill Plckhaver; and David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stork man. J,
Gerald Lee Crouch speeding forfeited $25 bond. Bottom row, Todd and Mike, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arrlngton; Cindy and Sharon,
forfeited $15 bond. Faye Morrison,petit larceny, daughters of Mr and Mrs. James XBryan.andCharlotle: and Karen, daughters of Mr and hire

James Henry Davis, driving forfeited $25 bond. Willard Merrltt.

while Intoxicated,accident,$100 John W. Olalver drunk, for-
Gee feited $25 bond. William B. Scott, drunk forfeited Nursing Tests try t rncrr rA -
R. Davis, no drivers license, Robert E. Paulk, falling to $25 bond. Rev. Botelho

nolle prossed. yield right of way, forfeited John Dots Smith, running red Are Nov. 17.20
Joe "Doc" DeBose, drunk $15 bond. light, forfeited $10 bond.
THISWEEKEND
10 days suspended sentence A. V. Pearson, Improperturn Alton Junior Stephens, violatIng The Florida State Board of
Paul Ray Denney allowing accident, forfeited $15 one way street, forfeited Nursing has scheduled ex, To Speak At
unauthorized person to drive, bond. $10 bond. mlnailons for Nov. 17-19 at the

$10 fine. Connie E. Pearson, speeding Frank David Swaker, violat- Seminole Hotel In Jacksonville
OVER Hubert Lee DeVore,careless forfeited $15 bond. ing one way street forfeited and has set the deadline fur fit
driving while drinking,not guilty Lee Ira Peters, Jr., Impro- $5 bond. tog applications not later than St. Paul'sThe

per turn, $10 fine Malcolm Lee Tanner, excessive Oct. 20.The .
William Wallace Dukes, no Vincent Frank Province,violating speed, $15 fine. professional nurse exam
drivers license nolle prossed. Ordn. 696, noble prossed. La von Thompson, Improper will I I.* on Nov. 17 and 11 Rev, l bugene Dot el ho,
WSIR Isaac Ennls, drunk, forfeited Linda Lee Ray, falling to drivers license, noble proceed. and the practical nurse tents superintendent of San Juan Mil-
I $25 bond. yield right of way, not guilty. Thcmas Olonzo Warren Improper will I* on Nov. 18 and 20. abet to the Navaho Indians tlFarmlngton IAl'ntl'cl In HoutliotiMt 1'lit/u
Walter Randolph Ennis, Improper James Cleveland Reed, Jr., start from parked pontoon N. M..., will I* In provltlo you with
parking, forfeited $2 speeding, forfeited $15 bond. $10 fine. DruM will UrnM lea quick the guest preacher on !Sunday c-oiivtMiU-iit ImnMitu facllltluHSuwi
1490 RADIO bond.Doris Walter Ray Rucker, disobey Willie V.eakfell, petit larcenyand lIn damp weather If It'- run In st. Paul's Lplseopal: Church
Thurmond Ford, run- ing stop sign, forfeited$bond. breaking and entering. bed tf.ir: HI t.h with a cloth .at the 11 o'clock service
ning red light, forfeited $10 John Waldermar Samtellus, transferred to County. ,liKhtl moMrneil with olive I'r. IMelho also will presenta ;
TODAY bond. no drivers license nolle pros ml program and speak in the
5:05 P.M. William Foster, grand lar- sed.Revolutionary evening in the Parish Hail St. CIIKCKINRI
: SPECIAL WASHINGTON REPORTCongress Paul's I Episcopal!: Young
Churchmen will l he host to the U-milur> Checking.1'\'I\'I\t"
COACH'SCORNER .
Episcopal Young Churchmen of
HH>c'lul CliocklntgAeantntn
>
new Setique: New the Lakeland ttesnery for supper
Enacts which will begin promptlyat
t
0 o'clock. Members and SAVINGS

withCALVIN The only setting lotion For The JoblessBy friends of St. Paul's are Invited
TRIPLET Hope to hear Fr. Botelho's program Ih'j.ulnr HitvlntfM"
which will begin at 7.
e e Anthony J, Cefebrezze C'lirlMmnM> Cline HaliiirMCertificates
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Court
PIGSKINPARADE
Okhhonu I I. I Im nli "I"l .. LOANS
A mat cutler in ) Cm IM ,, .m. "
Miking plant hut down ,red dunmud si MI il I mud"I I "'1'1\\., Record

A vailrcw in St. Lou I had in quit kr ,job l h. ,nm l I" unddn t liiMtallnitMit Loan

e a tern enough to support her family J\IcIl'IW'ntlO JAtUlI"
in lot tun., 1 1hdiHcIf touwrv c.Ais. CO".,
An tk'vator Angeles
P.M.
8:00-10.00: operator 'u',_I. HMi._ I'c'r.mllul I.crnnnSPECIAi. >
without work when hit JOb ,. .n 'Jn1 i nn "' "'''i' in, .. H nMH .

Blue Devil I1t.1lttl. .i ,. .,,,",IA18.r1 ,I M.4.. n ..tr r

Thry are typed .f K Jredt of thouundt! ., P, 1. I,. II'. : IM Wee .. yl/ItVICIS
I ': ; : :! 4 moral JxTIK
HighlifesENTER Americanwho are unemployed "bei.autc truiutn :;: > ; ,,,,, 1 ..MW:11
,.", C I ilNJItn. Hafo 1)1'HI nlt> lloxTiavolliirn "
; have been taken over by a machine or thtnemploy y.na. 1 a.n. N ta a
W.ICm5 II C W..AL''.. al .
? Cluck'
) has msved hit plant to another titv, WSIR that's hair too. the demands of modern technology called for :u.q. =,r..l.n4n A"...w al/f. p NNN e 1ir.M .
a spray fir
new tkillt. N.Y II.IgI? anus TRUST SISllVICKSlly
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GRIDSTAKESSATURDAY Thankt leRttlalion ptwhed by the Kennedy .
to .
M. rr' 'Marl ... LNlMir aan.
,
.
A..h.nr c.t.b Mbe .. ,
Juhnton "'..e.r.tlOlll. these" people can now II' .. OkWlM. b.i A|>|x>liitinr .. nlll/
retrained Ie take on new iota.; ..":" '
It. Y' lulu NAea" N w IlPo.
The, on .he sues ef earning a (Manpower T ammx' and 1Jnl.l lopmcni .'"" .." I 'A.'o.1 .... n. Ag>te.e14111' .
1:45 P.M. decent !living for themselves and ) Ail to obtain the ra.. r :, '4

: heir familm They can earn basic: education: that 11 eewniial' A.'. 5L4en e .

MIAMIGA. allowance while in crauiiM., to undertaking and profiting II Tin M'ii:,t tntj, ce n M b. .... 164eqja4 {

Thev are equipped with ikilli from occupational: training" ru IMMIenwn, p?...-". l/. rw ,a lee UeNAnarrn

VS. for which there II a market inloday't So it it that tchool' dropnuo, ..':,':.':, .' /; ; JAsa'ml-: 1
world other turned i ., '"> t. __n T
among are being ..,. ;
TECH All of this has .been mad pin." U'\c..,
into automobile mechanic, tin.irical .- AI'.H" II... ItiM MAr
e M poeeiUe by he Manpower IVvcloptnem applnnie NorNr.nM hi. Ii" ...f It r ,..... InsCc.
4 repairmen ,
.., .
.. N. Wh''" a whtu
and. Trailing Act of ... AMERICAN
5:15-4:00 P.M. I clerk and ttenographer U'lth l" "' 'A a71h.YrIIL.IaM' 'HI
: I IN2. Under this bfitistion the pill.PiI .... ..
their new skill hey can pull I. H N" Cuts NATIONAL DANK
., .. .
FootballScoreboard Oklahoma City meat tuner ha I their weight ,in a labor fortewhich K.?'d".,'.n, .I'.!< lupiilr, h .|, Le
learned a new trad at a theei |U, ...If. :,... IHIO. .. .
with .
nestle ,
to keep pace ? /.n.n r "p. awn PLAZA MIMSIS p a I eCentraBapChur
So exclusive it's patented metal worker, the. !k. Lou wait I industrial and technical ass "" '. !" J.M< 14.;1 1*
I new Me1u
pat A //1'n.' '
.
rest hat "become a fTKtical" nuns, u 111I
I trrn what it importMl, it that .Inn. ., ,-
e a and. the elevator man hat been ,'the manpower An tpecifitjIKteekt I I., "AA' 14 )

1:45: P.M.GATORS. trained. I. opsfsie" a traitor on (o prepare unempb.yll I

s .Lo Ang.S.. farm. I.u,. lo fill ,pub. for who }i.

u. S. patent no. President J lMWon recently there ire t .....' n tiemanJ n.l I
igtwd. ameaoWesita to the' manpower known
vataniwtA
vs. law. to enable
training
I I veil g/JAi III Iran u '
MISS.STATE. MUM fJ...* yowtf people' of 17 place 400,000 iincmi'lMarrt ", I 'Hi i "A" Ave. NW Oowetows
2995278y Jed II yeeri of to benefitThey "
in new ,job it mak" .
pissnploymsiit account for It Before percent that?fear heartening headway Elprniimale ""a A WIDE AWAKE SUNDAY: SCHOOL AT t lAM

that the jnniaal illn i ief r ,
the age ii.itntmrnt began at I,. +. MOININ
each newly turned k 11
wl> .uu a.m.:
The new .lepNlecisHi MM onlyredvcet WOISMIP mvicit'
.j I'will, increaic bv in avcrjgr ,f
MONDAY NIGHT M the sbfsWIwy age bet II,tOil liih ,. "un

OMH the retraining program to trained and pin 01 I '"n a new '
GREEN BAY the* who earlier '.......1 make I .
meant one more ">".'o loppr, I (If
VS.DETROIT. SetiquelMbyLanolinPlus the grade "became they lacked the urwfriplov( ,>' ...r relief r .1.!.1.I S.k I
.u eoAcieni knowledge the three I

11.'.. Priiident Jelaxon put it I More ....,.,...e. the n, c i'' '

thw way: i wage.earner* can .hold. up ,h. .' Marls! 1

""' are making n possible for !head in their _Ihbt..t..t.I
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Thenre good MttiBf 1 10ti0 M. thorns. who (sell fuffkient .duc l- They have new .hope and no Every

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YOUR oeiIkIII s..tniie| m hatter botauM if s both. Suds'r :'

s,.,tiqtit" m the new aU-in-.M hair NORRIS HODGES '
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1964 WINTER HAVEN BLUE DEVILS SCHEDULE *


W. H. 35, Auburndale 0 Oct. 23 Hillsborough (A)

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


Oct. 2 Chamberlain (IA) Nov. 13 Jefferson (H) 1


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


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

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Dreadnoughts Meet TomorrowJACKSON Again,

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I Battle Here Tonight the Mississippi strong Southeastern; darkhor State and Conference entries Floridatwo -In League Lead Cut


race-collide< Saturday night In
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The Lakeland DreadnauKhts 188 per man along their for Both trims feature what: a matched!battle between teams with two closely almost
boasting a starting offensive ward wall. To Three Games
could be called a wide, open Identical goals.
(hit averages 184 pounds end While both head coaches
to end. will invade Memorial Bill offense employing liberal Both are hungry for national

Stadium here tonight with Calvin Krietemeyer Triplett of of Lakelandand mounts of passing wedged in acclaim but face long, arduous The Philadelphia Phillies may not be lost because they

hopes of marking up their Haven feel breaks Winter between speedy ground attack schedules. A victory In this, hesitated but they sure have created I free-for'll1.

sec'cid win of the still young the- may decide *. Once again. Lakeland their opening conference game, First it wn the Cincinnati Red who barged back into
outcome. Krietemeyerhas hold the edge in backfield could be a big boost to the
football season Chances are said the lines could be v. the National League pennant race and now It'. the St. Louis
a morale of either
they could have problems big factor The speed I team Cardinal who have moved back into a poaitkxi which must
Dreadnaughts In the! injury department,
long the way' are supposed to have the faster A crowd of 30,000 to 40,000 Is be reckoned with. Things were getting pretty sticky for the
of the two lines. Lakeland will have three men expected for the 8 p.m CST Phillies 24 hours ago but today they know the meaning of the
That would be Li the form of out. Winter Haven one The kickoff at Mississippi Memorial old refrain that "three's a

,i Winter Haven Blue Devil Dreadnaughts were dealt a Stadium In the second half of crowd"

varsity unit that has already severe blow in the backfield a major college doublehea<'ier. That' because 11'. getting
raised eyebrows in Florida when junior quirterbick and around their hotel rooms and
1 Mississippi meets Kentucky In mighty crowded up around first
circles. Devil I Oenbrink Lost kicker Bob Oenbrink also provided the Cardinal with
prep The men place the afternoon place in the NL with both the
romped past always tough Au- broke his leg two days ago The Gators, led by halfback Ked and the Cardinal*pressing the chance to cut their first

burndale 35-0 last week while To LakelandThe The Devils will be without the i Jack Harper, made an imprea. in behind the Phlllle and ere. place deficit to only 3'/i games

the 'Naughts toppled I weak loss of services of 255 pound left live start last week with a 24-8 sting all torts of mathematical by sweeping a doubleheader
Junior quarter. from the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-2
Kathleen team, 380. back sensation Bob tackle Mack Stewart whosprained win over Southern Methodist combinations that could "rob"
Oenbrlnk and 4.0.Aftd .
an ankle two weeks while State suffered a 21.7 up. the Phlllle of their first flag
The Lakeland team Is expected dealt the Lakeland Oreldnaught' set defeat by Texas Tech. since I960. now all at once the two

to need every bit of Western Conference The oddsmaker The Phillies hail fist-flying pursuer are counting
apparently an opportun.
football title hopes a severe OFFENSIVE USEl'PW. their bl.sslnith' chance to
front line poundage they can remembering State' surprising Ity to restore their lead to bur
blow and may influence the at the front-runners face to
linen L.kel.ftdEE get
muster In tonight'i encounter<
performance last year, have games when they played the
The Blue Devils even out at outcome of the 'Naughts contest Davis Strawbridge '" tabbed the Bulldogs a shaky Milwaukee Braves Thursday face before the season Is over.
with the Blue Devil at The Reds have two left
LT Luttrell Elliot LEWIS RAMBLC1 Fullback Ricky Lewis of the Winter one-point favorite night while the Reds were idle games
Winter
IIITFII.F.... STATISTICS Haven's Memorial Stadium LG Alderman Sutton Haven Junior Vaults football teams rounds the corner during Coach Paul Davis said mis. But the Phillies blew a SO to play with the Phillies and
.... tonight. the Cardinal have If
...4ael 1TIIH. C F.ist ShelnutRG the Devils 30-8 win over the Hardee ounh Wildcats last night at take "simply killed us" in the colon to the Milwaukee Draves.That three.
riii'M ra mi r mI Oenbrink (5-11, 180) was expected nothing else, thl* means the
IralqI Hill Titus Denison Field. Lewi scored the first loss to Texas Tech. enabled the Reds
f five to
I ,lull6 Ile I I. I I to start at the QB slot i; TD for the local, Phillies can't back In. They'vegot
I II""h"b I u 0 0 but will now sit on the sidelines. RT Dixon Add.lr move up within three games of to beat their closest pur.
i. Unn.. a ."I I I I eU He broke his right leg In Wed RE Dees Ahlschwede the Phillies while they sat blow the flag
,Uw a 1 I I a Blue Devil JVs Past H ardee 306Rollins suer or
J Mkt.h.' 1 0 I I 5 nesday afternoon practice session QB Anderson Willis Stomp The Phillies dropped their
1/ 'ndnmyh _J.I 0 0 0 1TILnr LII McDaniel Thomason ,
and will be out about seven fourth straight game and sixthin

TOT bk.aid, p05 t I M I weeks. He was practice kicking RII Booth Gates The Winter Haven Blue Devil first half The Hardee team 103, Woolery 43,Hydron Major League their last seven outings a

,.."...." H....... extra points when adefenseman FB M'ers Crovo JVs missed every point after gained 90 In the second half, 37, Dennis Thompson 21, Rob- fashion that has become typical

Mum,....I'M Krt t> .Doolol Y I s Si SI M crashed into him.Lakeland' matter. They scored five second and third stringers In line gained all of his yardageIn little and too late.

M IH.h I 1'ap. hl h. 5' 3535 31 r s SOS 55 a? new head coach, ago about Stewart two weeks.may be back in TDs in their season's openerand their touchdown march they the first half.Quarterback By I'nltrd Press International Two triple by Joe Torre-the

I Tuuu, ro l m o n "1 Bill Krietemeyer, was blunt outdistanced the Hank'. chalked up four of their six King connectedon National leagueW first in the second Inning and

J II M.'b Turn" hh ., 11 r u n II I II II IIII 1 when asked how he felt about Lakeland Taking up the slack at the County Wildcats 306. flritdowns three passe for 68 yards L. Pct CB the second In the eighth-drove

M.....'II Iii 2 7. 1 01 a Oenbrlnk's Injury. "I don't quarterback positionwill The local jayvee broke Into and one touchdown One of then Phil 90 (4 SM In three of the runs that ere
U 5535 4111 I 1 0 I It 1mrsl like it worth a darn. Ito a be two juniors Larrell the scoring column the first Leading ground gainers for he caught himself when It was Cincinnati M B8 SM 3 ted a 5-0 Milwaukee lead and

Iduw.r" 32:1011'111-. :P...... tough break for him and the Willis and Gray King. Willis time they got that ball. That the Baby Blue Devils were batted back Into his hands He St. Louis 08 (7 562 9V* negated a desperation three.run

All Iw1 Pit "",. I.... TIN team," he said. Is lessoned performer and was a nine-play drive that covered (rushing and pass receiving); gained one yard on the play, S Fran IS M SM 4H Philadelphia rally In the last of
n Aod". 'oh 1\ 7 Q. 0 n 7 impressed coaches In the Kathleen 56 yards,culminating when
The
,.......01 N.a, ofn The first string quarterback Milwaukee 79 T3 MO 10 the eighth losing pitcher
.. ".,.. A... 'Dol. chores now fall into the hands win. fullback Ricky Lewis crashed was Jim Banning, the veteran

{D.<...... ,. n 4 M III r IUUO of another junior, Larrell Willie The Winter Haven QB corps off right tackle from one yard Auburndale/ Gridders Los Pittsburgh Angeles TT 75 T3 78 SOT 490 Ills 12\ who M often had been the PhlU.

TlITAI 1 11 It I I ((5-10, 165). And accordingto remained intack Two juniors out. Chicago 70 n 401 19 lies' "stopper" this season
PwN1Nkk Krietemeyer, they are cap- will run the club Rick Ander- Adding another score In the Wide Blaslngame went 1 1.3
..... Houston 64 90 418 211
Ilk' ADo .. second quarter when fleet halfback -
.. able hands. "Oenbrlnk and Willie Innings to pick up his seventh
3 111I 1 50ha New York SI 100 33M JTHThunday's
Doug Rollins raced Into the win of the
al.m. are about equal In experienceand K CAP or mil IAMB Face Kathleen TonightBy season
1110. TIN. A,4 we will not be forced to Brhlnd two touchdown! by pop end tone after 60 )'ardslclmp.r Results Bob Gibson scattered nine
> Mo.I hh. ....- ...I,...rr.. 770Ilpw.M. change our offensive plan" he All-Amrrlcan qutrtirbark Bobby the locals pushed across two Chicago 4 Los Angeles 3 hits and struck out 11 to raise

,. Uni' P T.",,. 1 x.nwl."h noted. Winter Dnwna and Ilivrn an d i-fdTtlvr,'fral.d Ukdanit defense. more six pointers In the third RILL WATSON' Winter Haven line St. Louis 4 Pittsburgh 2, 1st hi* season total to a club record

,. .,..,,., but War 11-0. Doan. urornl hl. quarter. The first tame on sn Miff Writer twl.lIl1htSt. of Iia for the Cardinals In the
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.: '... __."'" .,1<< '. !;if,<..'>:.,. .0'0,;'.'", ,'i%<,.<'# 'M."'"> >.'>'"''...".,."' yards lourhclown. Hr wa on. run.the bur of 14 orri-nnhi'and 51 18 yard keeper by quarterbackTommy At'BURNDALE The Au- Danny Wood a junior will Louis 4 PltUburgh 0, 2nd, first game and Ray Sadeckicame

punch Mining 102 yards runhlnn Woolery around right burndale I Bloodhounds nreived In- at the (It ft half post Wood night bark In the nightcap with
::1 The key In vlrtort thnuiehIhnw was end and the second on a 28 has been reported "looking Milwaukee 8 Philadelphia 3. a Hve-hltier and 10 strikeouts
last week
Lckrland fumbl. and a yard run around left end by a licking good" in workouts this weak night raise his record to 19-10. Curt
long scoring |lay nullified by a they are not likely to forget
) halfback
: Steve Hydron. Flood had five hue and Lou
7 flipping/ penally Thin coupled for and Last year as a sophomore American league
e with a east Inn. nUnd .In Ihr ...r- Moment twfore Hydron'i mlny'Irs are Wood filled In when the halfback w. I,. Prt. fin Brock and Mike Shannon horn
jIt ond. quortfr took the lifhl out irf touchdown he "had I 23 yard chomping at the bit" to getInto red to lead the Cardinal of.
.
Dr.adn.uehl.Dfdmlivly corps were riddled with New York 93 59 .812
coring run nullified bya the win column tonight fence the doubleheader
II,. UkH.n.l teem penal during
r w Injuries and gave some Indication Baltimore 90 64 SM 4
topix-d the .Ullrtkdrpartmrnl ly IS thy Invade Kathleen at 1
t They lined a total) of 174 tinte. The Wildcats put six .m, of developing Into a Chicago 90 64 584 4
pointson p
v 1 140 by rushing' and 94 on 1 of II fine runnrr. Detroit HO 73 HI 13* Hrr OAMI: TIIMOHTl
PRMM Winter cloven had 11 the Scoreboard after a sustained The KUnxlhoundi dropped a .k'Und al Winter lUvonAuburrtll
tdcde yards runhlim Ih..... I drive from their Lot Angeles 71 77 503 16t .!. Kathk-n
1 none n pun own 31-0 division to the Winter! Haven the Blue he at
Against Devils
4 attempts. 1..JMtII'd..d S 28; yard line. Cleveland 78 77 497 ITV n uutii-nuu .i nm.bui......h
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first du.". lo Weeper 11._ I Blue Devils for the worst run for 21 yards. Minnesota 76 77 497 17* (Ural, at Ch.mb rl.inUnmdnn
I A crowd tlnml4tl. HI loan .... On the last play/ of the tame defeat the tram has aufftrwl, Filling in at fullback will be- *l KoblnionHtltf
from Boston 89 SS ,44' 25
ulaymi at HrpIMd.. I scrimmage alternate at earsad. Riv.rIbasrsmSa "
ru.a"i.a'' I. rSc. >,quarterback Richard KInIIHM In over a doc. *!?. It war the either Jimmy Kersey or Robert Washington no W 390 34 al Mnal.
SOS HAYtLANDS seem straight loss to the Colvln. IUm! city .! Harluw1'lant
I I a pautohaltbirkRandyNobnetf Kansas City M 97 362 38
c'll |Urdf
S GIh.rThe ., and Jimmy Hough (I I(hat went for 54 yard and thegame's Blue Devils after beating the Marling at left end will be Thuriday'i Results SVkilniMkf> \m W.lTurin l-.

If last wet-k's games were I I final tally easterners seven limes In Colvln or Billy Da Hey while (No scheduled -.,, r'r..b al,, Dull 111, ,\
games Wudw.,4 Inihiiu
) t'l
importance of tonight's Winter Haven Lakeland any Indication might's contest A bruising Blue Devildpfe.nse right games. counting one tie. Alk-n Jackson or Dailey will .1| "

Western Conference football bittle at Memorial Stadium shouldbe could develop into an aerial 'led by Hydron, Wendell Me- Auburndale has not had aluaing hold down the right end. Mllib.4'Tr'tt. ,AY'M Away

obvious' The winner will emerge as one of the top contender circus Lakeland hit on 11.IS 'Milan, Larry Swearengln, seanon In 11 year and Kersey (Colvm and Jackson Chamb.rlain Ticktig J. n Will( .1 I .'Iak1 Wit)

for the league title now owned by Tampa Robinson hurls for 167 yards and two 1 Wayne O'Cwynn, Paul Irby and Indication Is that this year are armors and Dailey Is a On Sal. Tomorrow

and according to West Coast sports writers again will be touchdowns and Winter Ha J I Ronnie Willis held the Wildcats\ will hi no exception Although junior.

perched on their trophy case as the season's end. ven went 7.II via the air route t to only 28 yank rushing. in the outplayed and vastly oulnumnrrrd The starting Interior line. Reserved sett tickets for ABSOLUTEAUCTION

And that is another thing that will come out of tonight's for 78 yards and two TDs NTATHTMN by the heavy and fist mm bar I.amar Whklden ((175) Winter Haven's Western

engagement with how much authority do these same In the predicting Wc. this II.r... "It llavrmtes last Friday the .senior at k-ft tackle; Ray Bit, Conference game at Chamberlain

writers speak Already (their pre-vesion!! poll picks are at scribe will have to go with Firm v., .....DnWM II p 'Hounds scrapped throughout ly (lent senior at left guard; will be on sale

odds with prep coaches throughout the side that keep a Winter Haven The Devils by Yard. P KuriilM>...lM u a tow (the game and showed several Kwldy lluitglns, (170)), senior tomorrow morning at the !
high school
athletic office
watchful eye on the Western league I. Total. v..... tag 811 bright spots. at center Frankle Scott ((185))
from g
until o'clock.
The writers picked the Blue Devils to finish seventh In wMlmr by ... /I The first half of !last week' senior, or Richard ColvlnHO This sale Is II for those

league comfMltlon. In front of eUhth place King and ninth PunllnvFumblo All 0 game was on almost an even ( ), a junior at right guard, person who hold reserved

place Jefferson. They also expected Auburndale to give Jewett To PlayBy y...... ..."UM.11.....By III 0'116 keel, but the Devils showed and Vandrr Kirkland ((190)). eat season tickets to Win TOMORROW
the Devllmrn battle. But else did also
tough
a everyone their
hadee '1000-' 1 superior depth si they junior tt right tackle ler Haven't home games,
so we can't say they're IB the red tb..re.On Nlsl.r Ig,,. 84134 n wore the 'Hounds down andmsseed Although many of the Au. Cost of reserved seat

the side of the crystal ball we have the roaches ERNEST IURGETT 28 potalt in the runaway hurndalr fans feel confident tickets !for the Winter Haven -

We'll prefix our remarks by saying the Western Conference Staff Writer Four LL Teams second half of a sure victory tonight the Chamberlain game Is 1 1P.M.

coach experts tabbed the locals for eight last year They Tomorrow night will\ Kt the Senior Roy Drown !'e expected coacher were not a* optimistic ft 1.110.

finished second In loop action at 7-1 one game behind champ stage for the Jewett Wolvrr ] Tomorrow to start In the quarterback .

Robinson and seven notches higher than predicted. This year ines gridiron dt'butlllnlt/ Play olot against trw Red Devils tonight HavoncUl! Lanes
the coaches have learned a well taught lesson from the Devils
Roosevelt High in Lake Wales He will be backed up The starting lineup for EVERYTHINGGOES
BowlA
Four little Sol Moonlight
and their head coach Calvin Triplet After bombing Auburn. league football
marking the first game of the teams In the Winter Havensrea by junior John Welsjert, who Kathhwn ,Is Jimmy Lang,
dale 35-0. the Western coaches that patrlcipate in the MI.mlHerold'
1964 season for the Winter Haven will swing Into action Is itill recovering! from a quarterback Jimmy Pearson, hew starling time for Hav-
Saturdaywith
statewide gridiron poll them enough points to
gave wrist I and Eddie. endale Lane's "Moonlight !
eleven Injury j right half. Robert Walker loft
one being dWinter
game played
loft them into the state's top twenty. Three other league teams Dowl" has been announced
Hughes sophomore. who half Donald
a Pine fullback.
made it also: Robinson (4th), Tampa Hillsborough ((6th). and Lake Wales I coach Ed Haven's Memorial sta The popular Saturday night
,dium. gained 33 yards In the final Lyle! Robert, left end; M.r.vln .
Tampa Plant The writers picked Hillsborough and Plant will event will begin at 10
Brooks start the followIng p.m.
The contest hire pit* two quarter against the. Blue Dev Walling. left tackle, Stanley 30
fifth and sixth respectively in their rankings against the Wolverines: All Winter Haven area bowlers
,undefeated team against etch IU last week Simi left guard G.rySaw.r.
Winter Haven Lakeland being the only conference game ; are Invited to participate In the
ends C. Hilton: and L. Rich
his week either the coaches or writers will be 100 per cent ,otherthe Moose Lodge Red At the right halfback position renter Richard Lemantkl mixed bowling nlrtil.lUvendsle .
tackles F. Fields and
ardson
;Raiders sod the Autarndale will be senior stalwart Right guard Doug USED CARSEVEN
correct in their prognasticaticns The Dreadnaughts were Lanes has ad tod
R. Smith guards R. Smith Packers The Raider downed Bill Sutton lie!! was contained English, tight tackle and Joe
ranked fourth In the writers poll neglected in the statewide many new prices to the already
and T. Travis J. Young isat I Serloma Satan* 20-0 and the
wide undertaking to :12 yards rushing by the big Phelps. right end packed giveaway Hit,
S e e center running the team 'Packer topped Lake Wale
",11be\ quarterback II Pitt 11-0 I Kickoff time Is 7 1 p.m. THEBUILDING

man R. Williams will run The fetM will try to get

The mOlt "interesting game, at (east statewide will be from left half and F Peterson 'back! on the winning trail a* SATURDAY SEPT. 25th !

Ft. Lauderdale at Ilillsborough. The Herald listed Ft. will run the right half al- t J they go spinet the Lakeland

Lauderdale eighth and as stated Ililliborovgh sixth inflating with L. McPherson J Lumberjacks at Lakeland ,

In Tampa the game to watch Is the return contest between Bryant gttdivm Game time I* .7, IS THE AT YOUR
Chamberlain and Ocala The Chiefs are favored just Going all out for the Wolvermes 7 p.m. Saturday

like they were last year when Ocala' smglewlng" whipped behind the coaching of In an afternoon game. si. LAST DAY o-: TRUCK LOAD
them in I post.season encounter. D. L. Goodrum and his staff Joseph' Hue Angel will play

One Tampa coach had this to say about the 1964 Winter will be: ends Clifford Henry :their: opening game st Largo PRICE''

Haven team "They're loaded" That was Ken Nuihoff of and Tommy Jones tackles igalnal! the Largo Terriers.
Thl contest will begin at 4:30
Chamberlain, obviously thinking ahead to Oct. 2. William Courtney and George
Next the
I e e Woods guards Ted Miller and {p.m. the Saturday Angeisplay ROSEBUSH CARS i IUILDINO
Tamps fcagles in Tarn
Arthur Brown with Alvin Denmark {)I. MAT II INSPfCTIO

Many Winter Haven fans that are In the know have at center ,
Lakeland's loss of junior quarterback Bob UNTIL AUCTION TIM
pointed out that
Calling the
signals will be
Oenbrink does not leave the Dreadnoughts with! a void at that I Ipoaltton. Phillip Ackerman.
Robert
They also have Larrcll Willis and Cray King, also I King at right half and Leroy tvc AT
juniors. r SALE
Adamson at left
Willis and Orobrlnk had been involved in a head to-head half and A
harks Birdsong in the fullback 6TH
200 S.W.
duel over who will get the starting astigumeot sgarost the slot. M

Blue Devils Both played about a quarter in Lakeland's vie .

tory over Kathleen last weekCray 11 RACES WINTER HAVEN
King, who guided the Lakeland Junior varsity to P I

I scoreless tie against WMer Haven underclassmen last year EACH NIGHT Two-Year-Old Hybrid Tea Roses 49* C 0".1 -
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played almost the entire second half And Lakeland bead ... J *IMI taring)

coach Bill Knettmy slid yesterday Mat King grew up Remember 8:00 P.M.D .


la that As one this half writer feel. and we hope the Bhw Devils do CLOUD SUNDAY Choice Climbers .!%:ben: 890 AUCTIONEERGABS'

Lakeland should not be taken ttghtly Just because of Onbrink e ... STEWART

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InjuryBy lOMISESt
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Ilh Bt. BW 2(3-1730 23-25 .mile built for living enjoymentwith
character. College THREE I-.droom .partmento -
Age 2750. --- -- II", of Designed
426 Lakeland care.
M W.
$1.00 Up rround floor 110I Av. L. Nil: JoT" a minimum
ed. pref. Accustomed to SIAMESE! KITTENS. SlOW each Phone MU IH31IU.P08SB88ED with famine In mind but loaded

earning above inc. 203 elk Bt, Jan Phyl CY 3-**). : I ROOM furnlihed apartment 1239 with feature that Mom will love
average 3127 FOR WISE SHOPPERS! 2nd Bt. Mb 111 00 weekly. Water Take. the .kitchen, for exampleUorgeou .
Must be ready to accept poiri chain dlnettw.ufaa furnished CY 3-2U63 22.24 two-tone. turquoise M>d

J6'A lion by Oct. 19 1964. For local etc Make. u* an offer whit cabinet for all thoM >torage -
POODLES PARADISE SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME VVARr HOUbE FURNITURE 13 4thSt ONE br duplex apt 2804 Ane. M. needa Including a (laa* en-
I interview write fully Dale M. Complete profeulunal jmoming.Pickup NW. 31-27 NW Electric kit.. water furnished closed. uipended duplay' tablnetfor
and delivery, AKC black 1 china or thorn *entr-
Michael PO. Box 3511 Chicago E BUTCUFFE or 21 -nls. your good
toy available. Phone. lov much
puppy lET profeulonal carpet cleanIng 11-TF mental Item you *o
54, III State age ed., exp 213-1295. 20-TF I MOVING-STORAGE UPHOLSTERY mull rent electric' carpel Gracefully formed and curved Formica

COTTAGE SHOP and ph. no. 25-27 I hampooer II00 per day with pur- FURNISHED apartment for rent counter top. with no dirt-
I TOY Terrl.r-r..m.I. CY 15475.Z,311. ham of Blue Luatr John Boland J O Hart, Phon WO 7-3381 Batching' corner, ao ay to keep

960 Cypress Garden Road I THREE! IVORY BROTHERS VINE UPhOLSTERING EXPERT Hardware 24-21 30-Sept 30 clean and aparkllng and oven Uullt-ln too counter fam--
----- top range
Open 9 A.M. 'til 7 P.M. GAS DELIVERY rout. driver between MOVING COMPANY REFINISlUttO Complete I-BEDROOM apartment. Omeral Electric quality In
FOR BALE: Used aluminum gang ou*
of 20 and 30 Must know Agent ALLIED VAN UNEiS preu
age ((7)) To TradeWE fabric furnlahed Very nice, All electric matching turquole Double ..Inkund.r
rural area of Polk County. Fr** Buy or Local Lung Dtitanc KctlonWOLFE I plate. 23 I X M 2Sc each Ex- overlook Ih.chlldr.n' *
111* Iniuranc medical coverageunIform Moving A Storage '8 UPHOLSTERY SHOP "ellent for UM a* ldlng, ln.uiatiunmaterial Adult.. 237172 1604 Havendale a window that Breakfaat. and
25-27 .
allowance, vacation, andretirement Call Collect 6.U-714I 214 Avenue A. SE CY 1-2710 Day I heat reflector for barbiu *- -.-- --- nack bar.play too. area with additional cabinet -
benefit. No call Warehouse Oil. Barlow Air BaM grill and many other horn
phone BUY used appliance and furniture I lakeI&SOO .
A 3 Bedroom
NlghL apartment on and drawer apac aavea
pleaa. Ore.n Fuel of Florida and w* ell used ..ppll.nc. J3. 0p'. 23 :1-Bept 27 and Industrial u..... At the New a month and Including and fooutep Three bed-
lilrf offlc. 124 lcd Bt. NW.TV- up time
Corp 1111 New Tampa Hwy tHwy .. and furniture. BROoKS
utllltle Also weekly rate. Sierra ruom with plenty of closets, large
irs NEW 12 Wait). Lakeland 11 TF APPUANCM FURNITURE USED REFRIGERATORS TV eet*. Court Motel Hwy 17 North 17TFFURNISHED living-dining room and a family
2(51 llavendal Blvd 3-TF ALUMINUM
off to It.elf make entertaining
TELEVISION REPAIRCALL electric or ga* rang59 'S and room
t HOUSEKEEPER: Whit middle up WAREHOUSE, FURNITURE, bedroom duplex ilmpl for both the mall

aged. woman, alngl 1 adult. 1 WANTED to Buy I mm automatic (2 th fit. NW, 21271x4 36500, Also efficiency apartment fry and adult with privacy for.
From ZOTOS teenag girt' Bleep In' Moderatesalary. electric preferably motor Screen Encloiurti .Carport 15100 Water furnished CY 4 2043 both Kay to car for vinyl abe
eye
( am. to 13:'00 noon driven but not essential. Movl.e.m.ra .Awninm, Window B<'rc.M JORDAN TV I 302 Av*, F BE!: 2'-21 toe floor that can taka a beating
*, 2x1. Other .1..,
look A
293-38S, 15-TF .Building Hwvlalltlea and yet alway new *ep
for Cauls and permlMlon to 293-8502 Pipe. lumber, elate, light fixture -
ALUMINUM CLEAN trailer., Adult Only are utility and storage room alee
BarbaraAMEBJCAN 'have It checked by recognlnd photo *, broken tile, metal fir e- I Mid Lakea Mobil Horn Park with room for
DISCOUNT' SALES co. INC. For TV Repair, Transistor, atep away
I lab, I Box
repair Reply Jay Dunlap,
WOMENStart A-1481 Nw-Chl 2-TF Let George Do It" Car Radio HIFI.Guaranteed cap. CY 3.0616. 24-30 Thornhill and Spirit Lake Road. canker and dryer and all th. garden -
Vi5 % Av, A A tin St.. SW 293-5594 -m-: : I 23-327*. 25TFFURNISHED tool. toy and extra that
OIBL TOLD 27.Sept. It 8 & H GREEN STAMPS FOAM RUBBER wont fit any other place Two
now for big Christmas I-TJ' CRINO YOUR PATTh RN-WE'LL COTTAGE Including parkllng. ceramic tile bath with
WAVE Complete ((8)) Automotive f.Kfc'HJ, UT tJTSHO'P LOW I utllltle :201 Av. A, NE Phon pun. marbellxed vinyl floor -
earning as an Avon Represcn TREE SERVICE I S 601 24-2723 2&-. real luxury plu b..IIt-ln Formica
"rOH A A.E: THAT STA '" tative. WHEEL CHAIRS Ave 11. NW. CY 2-0611 :30TIPULVERIZED I topped vanltie with added etor-

HOUSES A APARTMENTS age apac, The main bath hat a
PRICED TO SELL PEAT, CY 3S6WDundee FURNISHED A UNFURNISHED di.tlnctlve. butter-door medicine
CARLTON SOUTHEAST Write P.O. Box 1395 or TRIMMING CAVITY DEMOSS- Ro.d. Robert JBlackwelder 35000 A Up cabinet that will delight you -

BEAUTY SALON Call 6824137 Lakeland "C*.h' l.NO CABLING, Rb!: BhTTLNO WHEEL! CIIAIRS fur rent AimHiuuital l-Oct I ATKINS' REAL ESTATE 130 Ave and beautiful large mirron. too.

2325 1113 Chev Cpi ... 1135 Complete cloon-up. Free luittmBt tixU, Crutche. Walker. E. BE CY 4 lilt, 24-Sept. 27 Incidentally the ceramic tile I. lbs
1958 '-dr. Old.. II ... 1150 Call LUKh.8 'IKkh. BtKVlu.t: I PC Dining room net. Including tamou Dal-Til* crystalline glass
SOUTHEAST PLAZA Cmiiinudi (Jodlre Rental. CY
a *
1961 Cp. Dvll Cadillac |W5 buffet and China cabinet Ref in-
CY 3-0314. 14-Oct 14 FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED with contracting eculptured accent -
..... ... .... 195 1.1411 176 Avc A. NW. JTF '
Open Eve.. Call CY 11139 ELECTRICIANS Experienced 1'58 -dr.. Ch v. |: ( bed with decorator. colon or' EFFICIENCIES. and IV! BED- very distInctIve and
See Jack Silver 1700 ItS Bt. NW 1063 4-dr. Dudte 1995 blue and gold f 129,00, Phone ROOMS Nice large airy room charming Sliding glaia door lead

IITFBrtftrt' 24-27 1563 Cuntom tab "Foni"VI FIRE EXTINGUISHERFIRE 2934477 2321 Cnnvrnientl located! in Old Postal from: the living: .(lining area to the
l'l..k-up Truck with VACUUM CLEANERS ----- -- --- : CT
Building.I Call CT 1-0859 or completely private yard completewith
COCKTAIL WAITRESS Salary. ItIJI 1,096 SALE: Hibiscus, Podacarpu. Copper 1-4181. .T" bearing cItron tree and colorful
plu. excellent tip., Apply Kuntle plant, Pomegranat. 48c' landicaplng already In, OuUld
Bar A Package, Highway 17 >>T" 1-IMS Old. M 4 Dr. Sedan EXTINGUISHER SAIE8 Lake Emerald grapes (He. Many WINTER HAVEN FINEST I I. Joel a* charming and dl.tlnc-
1-158 BtunVbakfr Slntlon Wagon PARTS A SERVICE for Kirby, other plant Story. Nurery -
SERVICE ( 02 Recharging. Bill .onw"o: On. bedroom air conditioned all live The warm tones of antique
Jewelry WAITRESS wanted Neat and dependable MAKE OFFLKFORT'S 28th 81.. NW Winter Haven Fla Hoover, Electrolux and all other 3 Old Lake.land electric IMPERIAL APARTMENTS brick combine with long whit hut-
Fr- -k di' -
livery
JBJ1M7 24 llr Bervlce 2-TF pRE 1nfcu.u Rd from Recker Hwy 24-27 ten and the beautiful lifetime cement -
Apply at Sundown Rec male 691 Av, H. BE 23-5297 20-21
AUTO SALES
m Third Btmt 8Wfe between and tile roof. A concrete driveway -
taurant lAO: p.m. 1 onp LEANER SERVICE Phone .
Block South of Port Offlc ,m. I 00 p.m. and 11 00 pm.19TI. 3601 Recker Hw,. I CY :34303 QUALITY uniform,reconditioned Not nnt-packaic-d men's work See 1-BEDROOM, m bath home with complete with turn around
RE-WEAVING pool, Call Lola Bush Auoclat area *o that you dun't have to back
Qtwlltjr Watch ud CY 4-2383 l-Oct I what yoU buy, All sines and colonII
00 per suit 511 Arlana Av. CY S-25H4 EDGAR T HALES out on the street lead to a double
Jewelry Repair MIDDLE AGED white woman to Auburndal, Across from Continental Realtor 310 Av*. A SW. CY 3-W36 carport Th front and *ldelawn
keep house. care for two children 2427 Can Co. 11-TF 25-21 an fully aodded with lush
AUTO SERVICEDODGE
five and seven. Live In 283-U924: Burn Moth Holi"* Tear Bahla Ifr... and landscaping I* already

17.Oct. II 23-2 IMt TtMFrKT!:: LeMAMHport Expertly Re-Woven 1 USED 4 year old Admiral R*. In, Two beautiful plantingbed
coup, All the extra. beautl- SMARTT WEAVINa frltrerator, 195 00. FORT SHELL bedroom houH. 33rd St. Inwood *, one with the mot :uniuual
fijI red and whit 2401 Av, C NW. SERVICE PKRVICE 3601 Recker Hwy Back of first Baptlat Also 4 and delightful curved trunk palm
AMBITIOUS 25-27 533 POPE AVE!: CY 3871,1EitablUhed Authirlied ..ctor, Service On CY 4-23H3 24-27 room and bath. Call 133-22M collect In you'U vr *e.*.
-- -- 23-21
NOTICEClassified( FOR BAIE! 1852 Plymouth 154920Oct.20 Chryilvr Plymuulh .Lancer BAXLA AUCTION OALLERIE- All thIs ready for your family -

WOMANA Cheap Phon 213-3661 after ( pm. HvOYD KuBHKTl.Valiant MOTORS ton'l you rash for your furni 1 A 2 BEDROOM apartment for brand new, Jimt completed and for
2-TF mlncellanenu I mrrchan parllcularp.ople. only 117500 Including the kingIM -
631 Sixth 81. 8W 29J-410117Oct dine Item. Phon MU 4-9033) Lake. BOWEN MOTOR LODGE lot high atop the hill above
Marshall Field Family ownedCo. 1964 HONDA M motorcycle, 10(10 BUILDING REPAIRS 13 land 17-21 Hwy 17 North Lake. Elbert. truly an addre*

Ad has local opening for am mOrn Like new. Reaaonabl Call ,.-::11 that you can be proud of. .ur-
CY 34373 after I 00 p.m. 25-211 BEAUTIFUL formal wedding gown rounded by I lovely I xpenlv
bilious woman of unquestion'' --- CAMPING TRAILERS with chapel train Also hoop and home Clot to ..,hool. Ju.t e

Deadline For able character Age 2750 College IPF.EOOMETIIR Tachm.-ter. For mill repair Job call retired pearl crown with I n rtJf.1I Furnlihed RENTALS UnfumlnhedE hort walk to the new elementary
C service and new cablei builder I Complete UIa.. CY school, handy to hipping downtown -
ed. to
pref. Accustomed REALTOR
lnrl'r BUTCUFFE. ,
I. A *, 161 6th Bt, BW: 3-1700 24-X and church Financing can
Sundays PaperIs earning above average inc CY 4-401 1-TFAl CY 32470 -- CY 4-4131 Eve*, CY 1-7213 be arranged See anytime :

2ST YAM A KELVINATOR RrTrlgerator, 125 M3ood 7TF bit call 294-4254-Evening* 293<<..
Must be to -
ready accept position .MOST brand new No 15110Vulkiw.it.n \ running condition. CY 3-133: McElroy Builder or open Sunday
by Oct 19, 1964. For local Station Wagon not Ll< PER 23-21 GENTLEMEN, :Sierra Room Court by Motel week.Reaaonabla afternoon for your admiration At

the bra). Used It only 1410 mile* ,. V the corner *f llth Court and Avenue
: interview write fully, Dale M invellng In Germany and Franc PIANO SERVICE "' -i=:i.-m.-c.-j.r tT RIFLE! (port. model 303 Infield Hwy 17 North 7 TF E. NE 18.TF ,

Friday 2:00 P.M. Michael. P.O. Box 3511, Chicago Hay no une for a second car, With carrying caw for acope. -I BEDROOM--furnished- -aparlmentt' '
Dealer .on'l have It for anotnvi GET TilE libST! 131 00' 293-506. 21-21 11110 DOWN buyn a-bodroom mason-
54, III. State age ed, exp Bale 8..IMC, Rental IM month ATHERTON REALTY I-, home. terraalO floors. 18a.00
year In U 8, CY 4-1394: 26-3111 "xl.rl IUlllllr and .p.I' .
143 W Central Av. 24-3284
Call and ph no. 25-27 CY J-)503) FLOKIUA WIDlLdALE 1>IIIT. Inc. HUNTER'S SPECIAL Her* an per month acceu to chain of
1M4 GRAND PRIX Pontiac, All Hatuidalt liltd. 2U3-7930 Inexpenelv way to .keep high __ 11-TF lake. Leonaa Real E.tat*. CY

CY till ROUTE SALESMAN for Winter Haven power factory. air Navy blue, 3O..pt. 30 14 IF and dry, Well built homemade APARTMENTS for mature ladle 1-0187 CY 134U Ml Ave. C. SE.

to place ad area Apply PO Box 1244 white top. In new condition Will .mpor-tr.lI.r. Bleep I But offer I 25-21
with treaaured poeaeulona.Walking
your JOHNSON TAMP TRAILERS own
21-1 consider older car In trad, Call over 17100 take It. 1943 Av, E ,
Tampa
Bleep, I, Cloae out price 1495 up. dlitanc to town Very
SW 23-21
,
CY CY 3- 710 34TFJAGUAR
15-TF JM47Sor --- ---- Painting Papering Bank Hal financing >. low a* |J5 '- ---- reasonable, CY 3-8843, 11-TF OPEN HOUSE TODAY

1951 If Sedan Aulomatic month Regain your payment byrenting USED aewlng machine clearance

((3)) Situation Wanted Built-In air condition Adjuat Repairing to your frlendi while they lout, Sewing Machine BEDROOM .furnished house In New 2 bedroom. 2 bath retirement
JOHNSON APPliANCES H"". Uk Alfred for lease -
able aleerlng whrel Disk. brake. Exchange, 41 SIb St.. NW. 23-3390
PLANNING A NIGHT Tack Preatlg auto with excellent 17-9J Lake Alfred 372-lllt "TJ' ATHERTON REALTY 143 W, Centnl home. Corner Alucha and

ON THE TOWN? mature kval dealer aervlc, 11.195 PH- 23Oct 23 --- ---- CY 4-321)4 13-TF
SXPERIENCED woman
vat tY3-l 31, 25-28 I. J, McCOY quality work- STURDY military bunk bood.. $30.CT Volusla Drive SE. Drive toward
elderly
deilre tlluallon: : .r'tM r _. nmnnlilp f..l. clian. and reaaonabU 1-:11I01.: 34-27 FURNISHED APARTMENTS .
THEN ---- -----
TOMB!: TO TUB: ALL NJoWLAMOND' I lady or tnflrmed housework I'hone CY 3MO! Ill 4thBlrrrt. I A 2 bedroom 150 to 171 Sup Cypress Gardens See open
8MAIL equity and amume payment SAW SHARPENING
S .
STEAK: HltlHKLOlhUK : Call 2 3 2WO. 24-27
(34: SIb BtNW
: WK IIIIIU': UVLlONK ., 1I5S Ford, :3-door Sedan J.n.I'h,1 Village 17-TF Beaaley Realty Co. house sign at Lake Ina.
STEAK VINNtK AT ONK\: WILL DO Ironing In my horn, Call after I 30 CY 3-99M >>J6 ((10-A) Boats & Motors CY 1-2717 11-TF
---- -- ---- -- -
LOW miCK Shirt, elr.... .. pant IBr --I Saw. hean. gardin tool.. New i 1 HOUSES available October lit.
Other thing IOC Jul Av*. 0, NB JEEP wheel drive. removable DAILY ADVERTISING New 3 BR., 2 bath SE.
.' Excellent and antique clock. anything that Clean For Couple lady or Gentleman
ONLY 1(5 PElt KIQHTTHAT'S FrHHONTHAT'S 24-27 mechanical lmCO'.i'IOf401\ Av*. C. -GETS RlSULT8-: bulled I'hilllp'e Saw and Service 14 PLYWOOD Runabout Boat with MS-2415 See owner at 330Av S BR., 2 bath SE.

COLVINB NURSERY will keep NW. 26-J7 TRY TIlE LOW COSTSERVICE Shop back ,>f Ko y Korner 34th 31 HP 17 Evlnrude motor and *. O. 8E. 21-1
4 BR. 1H bath NE. Make an
,
Inwood 2M 2143
and Av. U trailer $2000. CY l-tfM 13028th
ALL VOlT TAX IPENDroB children while are I
your you -1858-PLYMOUTH Belvedere Moor DIRECTORY 15-Oct 111 : St.. NW 23.2* ROOM furnl.hed apartment RearAll
A STLAK FIT KOH A KINO.DANdNO working. CY 3-6534: 24-27 electric, 11000 weekly. Phone Offer.
-- ---
hardtop Fully" equipped Veryclean
NK1HTLY CUSTOM ALTERATIONS MADk -DRAPES Blind ntllrhed AND Mum Bell 145.00 or bent IIOATS $3IOOtw.: Canoe. Sailboat 23-7304 or
FROM I P.MriioicK modern equipment SOlO Hickory offer 2H3-09.M: ) :24-27 *. Electric outboard 161 95: gW 23-21
Alrcoolvd outboard. |M 50 $13,800 and bargain .
Lllfl'UK5 -- a
NW CY 3-7554 M,.. Edna Bchouwrtoct ,
3-BEDROOM furm.h.J apartmenton
COSTELLO 3135652.24fl
Havendal
S.
1W3 OALAXIK too tdoorACfcxcellent
Dance to the music of Mike a ; IJ19S 19f>9 Ford. 4-dnnr. ((9)) Buiinou Opportunities ((10)) Articles For SaleaD Creel Lake Apartment' Silver Call Drive CY Silver 3-1770 Air cond, Carpeting,

A/T P8 $628. 293-6
wagon
Ellsworth & The Knights Fri. Winter Haven Drafting Co 25-23 11 Supercraft Mberglaei bottom, 40 or 293-1250 2.TFFURNISHFD drapes.

& Sat. Mitel Phone CY S 9023 All type; Commercial AReildentlal horsepower Mercury and little 114 2 BR. home SE with Rental
WILL FURNISH
; qualified person apartment
I gang
Drafting 1957 FORD 4-door, Full-lane too dude tilt trailer Perform exceptionally
for reservations. Ballefactlon guaranteed, .rd-A.M.lle. R/H 3-ton paint. with Inventory of ocean d used well 351500 CY 3-6
Drawn Uldg. CY 4.14332xr I ,Rood condition Bargain for I4M building material for wholeaal. after ( 00 ","Inr.. a-T"II.A 2H-lIU. J8-TF
and retail vuilneu. CY 3-0614 24 :30
LAMOND'S STEAK HOUSE CY 11433 11-TF --- ----- -- lit floor aiartment. Walking. distance A. MOORE, Realtor

It LOUNGE 18n--OlDBMOniLE :t-door hardtop to town and lake. Quiet 1622 6th St., SE CY 3-6611
DAIRY QUEEN Drive-In lo ( I ) For Rent Unf.
,
and close Adult plea** Ml Ave
CYPRESS GARDENS ROAD ((4)) Lost & FoundLOST ,MUll 10-Ill|: 319500 or belt catu.ni available for Winter Haven -. NW 31-TF 1JTF
ofler ( Y 4-2S7I. 17JO Orangewood area Approximately IIOOOU
Ave SW 34.21
II-T" cash required excluding buildingand
_. .BEDRooM house sod Ibld.mIf
-- --- -- Uox DUPLEX APTS.
-- Small female Pointer Bird Cl'SUMAN EAOIE Good tire*, A1471 land Writ New Chief 24-27 North Gate Shopping Center ((12-A) For Sale or Rent .. lid dowe .$50 91 month
FOR RENT .
Due Dark brown potted Collar Wlndnhleld If good CY 3 6151. FIRST
Run good 17500CY
,
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(I-A) Instructions ha Berol Led .. Box It..*. Whip- #5555. ,..27 MOHTIIAOK CORP. OF WINTER
CHirwlll 1 Rd Chapiwxua. N Y, Call -__ --L_ TEXACO INC I location available -Vied Lawn Mowers I Br Lk-front 150! Mo. L Silver Dr. HAVEN 2S-TF
:; l ri. ;392-2144.' 1-TF Lakevlew. L NE FOR RENT Option to buy 1-bed-
a rilRYSLFR AIR TEMP air conditioner Cyprea Uardun and 3rd Rotary & Reel Type I Br 190 Mo Ave. 1 balh. double carporte
room
ORGAN LESSONS ., 375 00 each. Excellent St.. **. Paid training available, 1 D,. Lakevlew DM Ma Ava L NE new condition MOO a month, 130

For Information contact ((5)) House Trailers condition Call 29>>168, 25 30 Call Lakeland. MU a.1'1I1. 11-Ocl 11 Stop in and make us an offer MIKE MAIS4NO12M 4th Bt Jan-Phyl CY 147M Jrt.6. I F.H.A.

JIM CUTLER 2427 LAKE SILVER DR. B &:

Winter Ha, ([ Business TilE ATLANTIC REFINING CO. -- 2ND FLOOR
en R.prs..ntatlvsARTHUR 8-AJ) PropertySTORE
Real Estate For
Ha. ((13))
-fo_ LOTS FOR RENT for locations lean cellenl service elation FOR SALE or TRADE Beautiful CY J-74M 5"1, VA.

SMITII MUSIC CO. Want convenient mobile home lIe.log' now under conatruc- wedding gown and veil never lS4f
lion on Cypreu Uarden Rd andLakeland
Parker I been worn Coal ITS,DO Will
Move to Lake Trailer "
CY 41411 24-27 Villa Free of charge, W* pay all I FOR RENT a man to Licellent grl .Into a opportunity growing: :.or- sacrifice CY 4'IS1HI 24-27 BEDROOM Unlurnl.hed---Horn----' $450 DownEJ Owned Homes] !
*. Big lots, -'k -- ----- --
fishing expenae, boating: o':: tlr.ud': : I 000 I" n. 81h St.. NW accuse ne** lor hlmeelf with a minimum NW Section larfe 10BKA8LEY .
from San Marco Roo.I.uran' Invr.lment Paid training and financial RUBBER STAMPS For eh.,11.nokr..m.nt. 134 Sib I1470 3rd Bt NE. | BR. CB built-
REALTY CO
mat recreation few minute to .... *
aulitinc available fur theright signature rani'. .
St.. NW. CY 1-2717 >>T" J" tmrpmt Only I
Bear and
Town Children pet
MEN MIKE MAISANO man Iitveitigat thl now other purposed alo dating I L1': IJOO: Dow* |17.M per
welcome, Phon Lak.land.soct.
M2-4432. Call I Collect: Mr Van Puma, BtPetenburg : tampa Mai pocket. .
3 CY 1-74(5 3-BEDROOM unfurnlehed kou*
GET A MAN'S JOB M7-332 after 1 P m .lampe STAR PR'R8. Phone C'Y
Trailer and weekend*. 30-27 43721. III An. A. NW .T" ATHERTOM REALTY M3 W *..-It* sIb 'i. I BI1 CB ....11t.
Bandy Beach aslsiall. IS TFWARFHOl'SE -- CentraL CY 4-124 13TFIBEDROOM even rang* .

OPERATING BulldoMn. Grader. Ilwy (2, Auburndal -- -- Only. 0.'M. I*. DOW, 5S7i: i
WO 74021Mneclal SET: of reflet.red pro-model mesa uafurnlahed house on
Dragline.. Backhoea 4 &rsp.rs.11am p., M...
Top Wag .. W will train you 10 41 3-bedroom INS space for rentPhon ((9.A) Furniture Iron by Uolfcraft flood condition Its St In Llol*. $' M a week.
on our equipment* In* Florida. Red- Model |J49S. Com and selectpour 33.3171 or top at tilt $4500( CY 4-1,00 after S W p m CY 4-I1H1 .. I117 EDQEWATER: : DR NW I

dent VA approved Writ to new mobile home from u,. >th 81. BW for further InformaIkm 24-27 ---- faVi bath Only Iii'soo. ''lao
ASSOCIATED We have 1W model. 12 and 10 I'' >>OrL. II Complete. kouM full of new fin ------- AVAILABLE THE liT. t bed 11514 per Mo.
wide, Front bedroom front living room. I the balk name KitchenEqulppedV4C
HEAVY 4D1I W Kyl'lPMKNT KENNEDY' SCHOOLS tiLVD room*, front dinette, and furniture refrigerator Including.t.electric....., table rangesad INtltll. AITOVATICTwin Section BEASLEY 1413 A..... A, RWVearli 4-.:IIIft AT P. NW I 11M..,.... CII"om.

Ph. 7W73 Tampa FlaItOct. In front*. kitchen. W* take. all trade.1WO ((9)) Business Opportunities lam..... MC (I room) Used .less I. blonde sewing Needle cabinet.Ila-lag Buttonhole RkALTY CO (M SIb 8'W' CT new I ke
I than I _MhL Take. over par- I ., blind ..-.ma. fancy pattern 1-3717 >>T" aeeaa wltk ..r..... fleae. fell $45174 Per lie

FOR ALE ..1..1. i-trailMre ;;'; I'' WAREHOt'SlT menu loire per Wed rTVRi. without attachment t year guarantee I-BEDROOM 14 balk home On I beat <|UCT IONBOBHUOU I I-IM: PALM DR BW t Bedroom
W. A. GI.dd.. .1-1I1f IS-It: MAYTAOMU1HLA1U : t. U Ith Fre equity aawun I pay 114,tM,
ot Kenwood BherManSW CB
comer and I Only r.OOO
((2)) Help WantedTWO *.* 4K1TKK It NW 20-27 I men of $0 ... Dtacount for c..... CY 4 IS11 Of FH 2-133S 31-2S I LHome. |2M

A new conception 'In self. service .Call CY 3-4MM. 20-31 I

((5-A) Moving & Storage i laundrle featuring Maytag exclaim ((10)I ) Articles For Sale --- -- --- BEDROOM DL. LR and den ww'J1eLt 1 We have the keys to aU of
and I"
II ft
GREEN SlicIng
.
Nave
ticket operated where rug ;
.. A C and .
,
wallrea wanted Air conditioned attic fan 1134 Av* U I
he. Jk
: .) a complete JUt of all
.
Haven Club ICncell.nl .'.U.nl .location next to new '-Il by 14 n with wool pad WO OK CallCY NW sue block off Lake Howard Dr ffJtfl4)L15TFnJ43 :
Salary. Apply after 4 30 pm, :Bt"n at :203 I:. Central Approalmate I4U4. 14-37 Face Inurtachea Park 1IOO permonth. I iTiQabl KotnetBeasley .
IMPERIAL MOVINO A STORAGEPrompt
-6ept.. 21 taveement of 14 out, balanceI ; .. U I'heae 2KM7U er 24233eenmg : !
-- --- and efficIent .aervlc lot I I '- W* handle Inelallatlon, ftaam I SINGER AUTOMATIC ;;;;; .4'ISI *. It-TF
all your moving n'- Call Ing and tImed opening, Writ I : Realty Co.
: -- WARREN SCCKEU Realtor
CY 1-4154 for Ire e.tlm.te*. ,
MEN AND WOMENEarn Agent for Atla Van Line, Inc I J.Uw it.'j. ';, ;,.:3. M 30-Oct Anudea 20 i ZIGZAGSewing I PRINTERSX 2230 AYE F NW I bedroom kit- ..39.I t IM *Ui St.. NW CY M7S7CY

eervlng all M .tat*.. 14-TF | Machla former price ".... equipped |7-. BFASUCY: 3.2rs
over HMou Full balance now due REALTY CO t3t ItS SL. NW" CY ----
$30 to $100 weekly. Both IM.3I Uk* ... everything .buttt- N 3-3W7' 20TFlbedraom NEW FLORIDA STYLE HOME 10-U

part and lull time vacancies 18 ((6)) Special Services In ant dial. to ........-...)**. makefaaiv Chair Southeast ..-.1..... 3-- '
fumuriwd block noua*. room l batE Irving mom. wall u :
Mltchea, Mind hem. sews 3U bain
sedr.sea.
to 70 yurt of age Transportation I WANTED '.n bultoti*. etc. Valance caa k* X COMMERCE Water ,..,......... HO.00 a month wall carpel. FlorIda Room dlalngknchea rolR aome IE wctta*. law- down brick

necessary. No experience An amaltlau man v n a paid at $130 per month, Call CT WTM. 3t-3 I I car gang. air wwdmoa- Call 2H-U4L 34-n
INDUSTRY .... Geed ..-.. TfCktR
CARPENTER work Roofing Remodeling wet <. ka an 1e55.e.nflntSIetat _
needed. train.I Phonemsott .
Wt Repair Cabinet. Formica "Mertfc.M." Four weeks GUARANTEEDPHONE 1-BEDROOM duplex apartment ta 111IU>Eft&. CT HtI2. ..

daily, ':00 a.m. to 5:00 top AU power tool CY MI* training In 1M", ... *... G YESPIMENTI 1 ale* aelgknorkood nt 111 31M Stsw 2300 12th St. NW
4-SI7t 20-TF Owe MersP.ndnne' end lee- rnoM Kua ec 2>>oml1, ARC YOU A LAPH ,,
P.M.
.... 294-4205 Doat be ea ca.. ateaty III pese
---- -- --- The Cur Oil Cwnpaii* 223SaBXDROOM
aa Winter Haven Floor SurfacingBatUfactkNi Co hoe a "' 14... fyll-facility pie an -' If a*, W MM M aw* SPACIOUS HOME IN
,4-s
--- Guaranteed .U... (er leone en in* Cy. LaRGE S15edeneia uaho,....... Be* tal* 1 BR. IV, ball CB kanM
---- .
WANTED Cocktail Wtilreies "IT'A. Motrti ,re* O.r.e"e Sued ..... trw -- betsee aIII.. CT I-IMa. JWI today For more IntormaHoai. CHOICE LOCATION
31* B Flrat St. ..-. CYWI *5w P1.., S0IeCpIe. Centerand FAN Ill 05. Tramann PI 00. MH CMUTK B. FROCMKEacHOtXTMAUM :

ae 21 to M Mast be aw7 ....,...... Winter Haven Polaroid _... 1:11: 011. I I 12 rug boone. Carrorl .... A O.. 24-3121 I'rice ...-.. SInge 111.101 ..
eat attractive It dependable raintii are*. WiM r*.uira pad. 1400 2avM. .. ty mono Florida mew, fenced Nile A Wheadi 253-dOll I 10515 103fL allillof Sir.
some ..aital ,*. MM end ----- yard all electric IIlCc.... CT 1.4125 AND DONT BI: A LAKE: ALFRED I I tiled betinex large r R.area., wKn tile

Bartender mile er ( > ((6-A) Animals & Supplies aulamcnt lntr*elM': CHe ttrD REFRiaCRATOM after I ... 1437SBCPROOM PROPERTY MUBTER: ANYMORE :sacs L.M. a a a> weaholeS. tm4ae*.

male Apply Ik' yersoa e wnt O r. Driver. P. o. Rang Waahr* Dryer -------1 JWI ..... ISon4., _
,
I' BX M. piten tnun Air C0e4I1_.. Reojadhtinned reranikT UU balL. .1.1 II one PI'OCI. Ideccue ieee.'wee. .
UMond's Steak llo.*e i Winter H.._ fully guaranteed. Term I \ k lM-la area and rang sad r. NEED A GOOD DKAL TO BUT A I ; InS. ___ lot las I .

Uuace Cypress CardeM I MALE BOX EH Stud Benrlc From l ". asS I'p. JOHNSON 151 AsiL A. NW,2I4-32fl'( h-toerator NW *ertm tm** HOME Call 2M-17M after I Mm. t 55.11 oiclisd : .
keg4st.od fawn sad whll APPLIANi Lake Alfred ntoathly 111: day. Read JJ.TF CY 3-1541. 31-TV 1'''\on* ITMlJe, Rites 171-UM. 4.O4444.Coc444C S46- VY S-MM. ..tr b *:KW MCUML MM. I 5-on





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September 25,, 1964 WINTER_ HAVEN [DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA, Pag Thirteen

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I 1- Classified i.IY6lJ'r 11MTlii.MN4i; tAtE IiowcloAls, fsY

Advertising WILIR_.III.OON; z o KFwAYS #

'...SSIRVINi LINIi Get TNd 5ING ,

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((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Salt L


C3 .
rl I ) _
jALL BRICK HOME n
Exclusive -Badrauma, I batha. Danalad &I.O"rkl w
log: large" T >rtda room, built-
Section in with himlaoua ch
la,. uuuty room. Uiraaao HooilandacapMl ...
Ssautlttn ly Outal.
<
Custom built by owner large city. but hu c' water ud a... l lPF f 1f 1

corner lot, 3 BR 2H bathe dinIng JShnLl'ui to an acnoola a
WOl DOWN too MONTH'
I
room. large L.R., double cy 5-13W x

carport, workshop utility, carpeted SIT

It vinyl floors air conditioned .
I BEDROOM
IH bath, bullt4n
Dearly new screened w back porch. CY MM 4 II
I-Oct a e
LOW DOWN PAYMENT NO
FOR SALE i atory houe I blorl
CLOSING COSTS FIR MON.
from town In quiet nelghborhoo
THLY PAYMENTS .nU7. I'. baths. t-badrooroa. separate wr i

dining room, Florida room, carport Q--- ,- d ),
t Q
large utility room Nlcel x Q Q
293.8562 landscaped. baa wall with Set t

IHimp! 112000 tarnu Mar bewin / ,,#
by appointment only Call 11\0 ... eLiI
CALI. 234019 for )our Real Estate '.:1194. Auburndale 26-1'1; ""
d .lrei. LOTS from I1M HOMES "' 'Z
from 13 TM. DUPLEXES from NEW 2-bedroom Florida room ;' '" ""
HUM. COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL clear-In 2J4 Ate F. BE P.MnenlHB -" / ", -
and ACREAOE JIM BROWN, 00 prr month. Owner and Bulk / / (1 Key F'I /.wall neloe. m ensA .
R...Itor. liavrndala at Lake DrueZS1 .r. CY .-.2116. 38Don't --

"One final question-how old is the son*"


DESIRABLE VBrLAKEV1EW 0 9
HOMES Wait _


Nice selection and-ALSO-4 Lots Br. ,Homealliulneaaaa Any Longer Wall Street I Cuba's Sugar ,----- 10NN! YOU ARCN7 1Hn nH'1600D, BUT I UKl IT HIKL'! AND YDUK B05iMl

fAl01B Of AUR M'! M fACT, MILlANCt WM K)
ATKINS REAL ESTATE Harvest SeasonIs LYNt4 OR IITNLR
CY 4-1111 If you haven't teen the WELI !' wo'*i DOWN) j oa I wwrpto MARTIN to-wilt? THAT O[ Ily'7M A/RAID PIEAUD WITH TNt HANDLING Oe 'TH( lAtt

2S-8ept a new, big and beautiful ExtendedMIAMI LARLY! MTCI. POUR I WKAY M HII VlllWt "PAD, JOHN! hOutD /RMTKALLY) YOua HAvt to Of TNC tltAlD WKITCIt fHAT Ml 6AVtMl

four bedroom home inGarden ChatterNEW 1110441 001 WON TM 1 LOU AND I CANE BACK NIRI 70 ILLI6AI. rlNp ANmNts. A RAnD A PROMOTION!

BEDROOM houM 100' saltwater Grove See it today UNWASHED 6NIU1RDCt1! 7111/530101! \ pE
Um-The economl 1 1l
front 10.t Pint Island or
Bokella bland. 6 mile by water at 152 Lowell Road rally shaky Fidel Castro regime
Boca Grande ran CB con-
from
YORK curl) Freder.
itructlon completely furnlahed and has ordered the normal Januaryto

air conditioned large duck and John G. Wood Ick J. MllleU of Goodbody i. .April .ul .r harvest periodextended
shell yard Ideal for pawed horn Co. feels that over the long until December in
or week-end cottage Price WsooApproximately ft. ASSOC. INC. o '
term the higher rate of family
,
tic. ash balance hop*'a of boosting lagging sugarp
|M per month Phona CY t-4169 2S3! .2517 293.1338 formations, rising Income and -oduction
dar Nights CY S.1136. 4-TF the growing number of vacation
Authoritative exite economic
homes will give new life .
sources add that Cuba January
CHARM, In thin 3-bedroom home. to the building Industry and .
to April harvest netted only!
Immaculate throughout, good financing compared with
Drive by Ot Ave C, BE, this pro. 31 I million tons of sugar. 800,.000
then call for an appoint mi-m. Why Drive? pert some of the better sharesIn leas than the Cuban governmentclaimed
Lronai Real Estate, CY 8-0187. the building section are un.
CY 1-2465 $IiI Av... C BE 36-:1* In 1963. -- -
dervalued.
Ownership of this well ,
As a result, Castro extended '
NEW a-bedroom home on lane lot maintained modern 3 bed- : .t>nI?' B'Jr .
It bathe. vinyl the throughout I the harvest to July but the l II I .)"' ,....:.,HlU..nlJVwAH )
.
2 bath home r t i al 1
room mean "
heat.Larg ,
Built-In appliances. central doubled production period added .,.... .\'. \ lie'UK AVS; WE I IiHouuONT
carporte, near ahopilng you can walk to North half million of TAKSJ
area. Small down payment, with Indicator Digest Inc. feels only a Ions A.\\ -II. j..

cup financing Location; N W sea Gate Shopping Center and that the best Intermediate mar. sugar to the! normal harvest, or rAe N., .l ,.,.\1 .t ,/I (. r I 4/ NO\N1\P AN T .rf

tlon Call CY J-4886! 18'Oct. 1 most churches Perfect for ket strategy la to ride with the 'tafra." Informants said. \ -- lOt r + r" I
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CLOSE TO SCHOOL Near itor< e retirement or for the famlly trend until It definitely turns Now the Castro regime has I r .

Junt oulalda city limit I low this home has a large downward. The firm believes ordered the harvesting and .9 .jr
t..... l-bedroom 3 bath CB home 6'\f4 '
there la enough underlying grinding period extended until :
cell heat built-In kitchen, utility lawn with orange trees and
room and carporte 390 17th 8. NE. 1 I. in one of Winter Haven strength In the market to sug. )IHrember txile sources said \ J. evo -

Lake Libert Height. CY J-H75. test that the anticipated correc. the measure la expected to tttd :z "t t '/ I fl '"
nicest residential ; 1
26-1 areai
Feature Include a close Ion may take the form of a another half million tons to the I I I .. II ; '! l I

FOR SALE: 2 story home' 3 block' garage, awning windows. worst sideways a partial consolidation retraccment or of at 1 1964 sugar production It 41 total million probably I' _... I If
to J
quiet raisrig
lit from batha town. S-bednx In mi,neighborhood aeparala dm- large living room and kitchen the aummer advance. i tons mj0t f ;' ; ,
$
dog room, Florida room, carport with built.In oven and I iJii! t\ : TcW
Former
large utility room Nicely l landaraped : Cuban treasury minister ..
ha well with Jet pump. range Legal Advertising I Jose Alvarez said cine I

be
II10UO term May ices by
cutting and Communism ohviously I.
appointment only Call WO 71934 One of a kind in value this
--- -- --
Auburndale. III.12NFW home may now be purchased : IN" THE': ( IRC'.IT (01'MT OK TMr don't mix

at the greatly reduced Tr.>TH 1'11I11'1. ( IKIIIT 0rtllNIMi lie said Castro sugar production \ iu UJ L 1 wing MAVINO A SPECIAL TMBOOCk le Grp- NOW, DON'T TtlU > NOT ONLVMl
COLON1AI TRI.I.EVt:I IAir IN A'\II tOH 1'111.h11110TY. problems item from a ]
price of only $17.000. DINNER 7pNbHTDEARAND z MADE A XXI HAD FeW J THAT I
conditioned 3 bedroom 1 11HA'it9.111. lack of professional cane cut a i OIDNT' HAYS ANVV-I LSJCIOUI erGW : Mete TMIN4 Is*> MAO A .
... .
bath 1 car garage. living room Don't delay call us to- Halt" T. r">ri>rl< M rt'4| I
with fireplace kitchen family I'a.. ,.. Mai.M.m' tern Even new UII18I.n.m.,11' x LUNCH 70011'?-AND J off FR'M MY ONN1 I f + CW UJHO/ f OOUBLIC
room. Large kit Northeaat 8oo..llon I day. FIRST FEDERAL 'A VIM';1 AND cane cutting aid loading ma IM STARVIN0 j REALLY' RECIP15 /03111011;
Good Urma. Call TUCKER!: UU1LD- LOAN AKX.1ATION DP WINTER!: .
ERS CY 344.2. 26-4 LEIS BROS. HAVrN. hlnery has failed to boon production
, riatatUf siflmficantly he aakl
t
REALTORS ... and Castro tad alternative
425 Ave. N, NE JOHN HrNRY WKBBKR: KT Al. no
1200 Sixth St. NW
Defe.d.ntnh11TIe but to scrape the bottom" of c:

Furnished $8,600.00. So much (Opposite North Gate) r fll' HI IT the cane fieMi 7 )

for .o little CB home completely ZlC.3m I TO wife JOHN SHIRLEY HENRY WEBBER MAE: : :WEB amt: Sugar U the life blood of the t i r

furnished including dishes, 2 I HER I uban economy
31&3 I Vu her.'by n titled that The exile AIT. news servIce .
bedroom, screened porch and rl ; lrN".> Inriitutnl; wilt. m.,in.tn '
screened Florida room well for I \,nt the .bov m) l I..d i .HIM and 1 said nesntthile, that ( ai
I tl, not'or.- or avid I suit l> a HII, to tro has ordered I'uba'. foreign I .
Irrigation, Mr Mayberry an..I' I-'",,., I I"or that re,lain mortgat,. n-. "r";
erring due to employment and I([ 1 4-A) Lots & Acre.goCommercial ,,i t I,.d I in O R ...,11., Pant 11:11.: trade expendilureo.lauhed from I II "
I'"hlll: R..I..r folk CoHnt Kin- I 18 billion pesos to 822 million ------
will tell for $8,600.00. Pay 1,1., l iiKinilxting' all Ihr f..II.... ink
'.. pesos due to (he sharp drop t 11 -- -- -
1000.00 down and assume Mribeit real estate in Polk ui
it M rlda. "-..II. world sugar prices PIt ii!
mortgage payable at $73.00 per I Lot W J as /TNi4f4 o 4kfaLW !Ur MY Ae071Y1 !t IifiI
II II. ,
That part of Lot The pared of( funds I the i xil<" TN/N AILPd Ine
II Land Company l' uat i nn.jj wvml MY o/A0 PQP6LAPrS .1540 MANN N4ad parr our A'am'IJ '
month, No closing expense so x 150 Ft. totaled on Ave C, Addition wey to Dundee, Pugs Court agency said, were being UII'"11" A/CMLYi), / 3 J trt TV STUDY 7Y791(0 "TO MAT aonyweem' 5GY/R IHTIIlK0I

SW Acron from Exchange ty Florida. aa shows by ma I Ir '' buy more goods for the titlHv '1 GAME Of TWtNTt OHg /( A CMiNQ U1U4UY
EDNA WATSONREALTOR .. plat thereof recorded In the rationed Cuban peopleDUNDEE AC see
lank Parking lot. Wide only office of tba Clark of the Cir
rult Cart In and for I'"Ik rz
street with alley entrancen
.4141WE paved County. Florida la Plat ....k :
128 6th St., NW CY 4 rear. For sale by owner 4. Page 41. dearruVd aa lull...,.
From the NB: comer of L..Ill. r1
ARE A MULTIPLE hone CY 1S771 After I FM '
.
said W J Howey Land i urn' 4
LISTING OFFICE or Edna Wat_, Realtor CY paaya' Pint Addltlnaj to t>un. ),fr. sod Mrs Ralph Dm n,... kare y 1 1 t r I

all dee.. run South along the w..tof.r visiting In Live Oak tillweek I ..!
Look with nt See them 4141.1 % line at Myrtle
; with the for m.r'a brother
24- C-TF of MM fortto I
a point thcnra rm Wrat a In-law and slater Mr. and Mm. I

OWNER transferred to Daytona ACREAGE0 in and 4
Hearh I BR home 24SI AnA acre tracti. Some waterfront tiftpa..d Point of HvalMilu Prain said
BW up pay- road Terma to eMit purr.. Point of Beglnauig.. e nilnw, M SOT and Mrs Jack YOUIWaourt
::rlilt'bwk.n.r 2142011 CY HM4 3H11E81DENTIAL Weal a dutaare of trot t.
menu chaser Call owner
4pm. John <> Wood Real a point thence run South a dm and children. were here
Estate ._17 21MSM 2WB LOT aeottna lance of |1653 feet to a |>.In) from Warner Bobbins Air Foi r c
Ill of I
thence run But a dtatance
Lake II cask
1100-1900 Down arise IB If Eagle preferred Call 1HIII4IInytlme 40 0 feel to a point thcnc run Bane Macon Ca, tor a weekend -- -

New and Used CB Home. or. TF Nirth a distance.to the of Peel 114 SI*frt UrlUuUng visit with Mr.. V imcourt's ar. 4 14.61 a a Ai /1 e a P' 'c w I>fien-'ate d

FHA. Conventional. VA returning ., parents, Mr. and Mi-* I.oj e *"
taw South 10 feel I
MrCnmle, Broker : ; .i.- J + f1 a 9 NA'a
Charm .. I/ a + .__ nNLgN ,.
: Advertising deacrlted P..rt, .la .avkjri tan Drew Wallace V aos. A XI /Tl
Legal
213254'I1Oct 11 eaaeraeBi lor utility put!" -- "
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and a strip of .la.d .brine. M ; Dalton Jonea of largo w.i sweekand w.w. es .y (IIg aaTB !45 r4/i4NN
fnUaa fret wide and .lying Immr.liai<-
J-BEDROOM CB houee 21. visitor a I the hemp'his .f
out. 1 ear garage Utility haw. .X THE ( .Hf.1T ( ot KT Or" TNriTM Iv North of desalted land an. Lot IU it 170 Pike t 1tO Write IIIIH Ml. ( IKCItT lit' eiteadlng Baal to Myrtle Hlr 'Ili parents, Mr, and Mrs H."I

Wallace Bowell. 1130 MarjorteUkeland I MUtlllA. II: AOI rOH PIM." reserved for .ujfrrm. and ter Jones. 'r y FMMVV'
24-27 (Ol\lTr.! II 4HM /.K rgreaa purnoaaa. T... utilityeaeamant t 4
OUT TO fli It.T tlllF Iliawlaa ....... *:a.1< Mrs Lawrence Foraytho 'a l lrtsMlAg
LAKE EUimT I; TAT -a I HAINES CITY HEIGHT. INC' a to Myrtle ttnaat.
bedroonu. J baths faroUf room Md. corpora,*.. and you are .hereby aottftad to file in New York CII) wills
double ......... central neat sad air PIaLUN.MAROIE your _...r or .ion aiaadlna IPlalatnTa ', Mrs Louis TKata. Mrs, Forsythe -
carpel drape dlehwuher PMllUh a Campalim M the office
will ao Nit her slater -
I
St.. NL after I or weekend OWINS WV Al.. of the Clark of taw Circuit Court
23-03117 > -a Def..dsla. and mall tan thereof ta Sueamif la-law, Mrs T. Gabrlelaen, i I
KOTM' Or M IT lip and Connor 144. Amass B where her iMMbaod. eiqwcta to
TAKE UP PAYMENTS on a-bed- 1'0 MARGIE OWENS MARIE NW WHitar Naves. ......... on or I
room modern Mt E r TYLER, bean October 4. I.... ar aufferDacre Jota ber. I
Balance Ito Stl pat monthly 4* AMPLE RUTH .corc.d. Pro Coafeaao to h* entered j
for
flret nwrtgaga. CY 4-U1S ar CY AMAH S BBJ'1.'. PHO> ... yw Here from Elmhwrsl m i
1-1411 11TT2BEDROOM BE S. BEMIS IDA I wlTNFBS my hand aa UM Clerk a vlatl with Mr. and Mrs.KaaMlag .
H. of let above etyted Court aad the -- --
THOMPSON awl CAROL JohMwfl IS their daUfhter -- --
-b---- IS sno 1X0 BHAAF and all patties aaal of said Court at Bartaw. Florida
down MOO per month lasted .,'Um.lnr, I I" t reata kytkroMrh. t..... Salt 2. M44O Mr*. : A. RoswntechMr i
S4Z7 Are S. NW Call CY M140W uaaVr or a alaattkem II SLOAN JRBVMMERIJNMa and ;.. RleftardCampbeU : I I ,
C Metre II-Ort. I' sat all parti* halagi Circuit.c-" have retarnXtoinetr home IJMI
,. I
,1"1 i luniaay
NEWLY PAIfTijl- 1 balk right MM or late,... la the 144 Arenue B NWW la Dundr a Iter rutting for several '

C B borne Double tarport' forth.Vacuum property .herb .......... later Ita.... FloridaepMakvr week wltk their ton and I : ,
evitem. fenced ran. Darlrabla mini thatPpp01e 4. II. I* aad K MMOTUE r pr t lE
Ya are awn** rrM 1
S E loraluia sear new shopnap daucfeter-M-law Mr and Mr.. "''P 1
aaw4MI I
diataara ALL4hoot. .haa laalHiMad m* TU.Q."A t Lie'a "" 1 ate
canter. Owner walking traaaf.rr.d. taw :, la Ike ...... atyM Court UM fir 4rNf4Sleha0 Richard Caub.U Jr. and yJr

slav Payment ...m1..e9Late I atvra.. of aaM wet la a Mil U Quiet SC1.TN4The fcmfly of Palo Heiftits. m;
e M. 'hIP la PtaMM. .. all a* ta. ...- Tan council af Ba1 Lake .
a.;
UN Senntki I w1..! rwlac eatilSe premier .hi Yell FtorMa win aM a* aa BauaHailtoeiTa sad their aoB-la-towand...u hUr

--- -- ------ ouaty. .......... to-wK: Bnar at aMothaf take kMIka I Mr. aad Mrs. Rotwri fMinc w
NICE J..........m Maw bt owMr TRACT I E; Itr .f .WH.fcBTmraaMg. .t. my Han lalagla Lake ate Dally of Orajad RapidsMM ,
...rtda. fcntiaakjir B MM TK f1p1
In Jan-PkH Will a.ifer "'" .u or- IT aw. lit 41k. M J.-PIIyl .I tIie.sy e55 KuC I *. Mrs.Cam *..Ual ".11-

TEACT 3 lath lactMi at f.M_ HakeshClip *4 M Chicago vltklMr. sister
tlIIIIHIHIIIIIHIHHIIHIHHIHIHIIihIExcellent i !! Tawaabip 37 ..... ...... 1* Ie$ 1a rf 1t. 144 Clark i. SeeM l..k //-year-act mother.aTATEMEBT 't mtL"t

EMI. ,
TRACT / ::'': 15314. -=:
15 T..a I11. or UsTIRsNlt. NAMAepwP.IT' *
IT ..... eIa(1L47I4P5
Retirement TRACT 1W11 of Sol, a.etlas 'Ai I .., Urn a ISM Ortlun 4aa TttU 55 I'.IIP Matt' t.,.... ,
SB T........ n Mut.. Bangs atatem.W al oanwnSMp mau>aa>nva* aadHarea ... oh..Io..1 The 11,ft'" -- ----- -
Home a r.nil ... Dally New.4hMe pvitiukM dally Saluxlar al In.e -
lor aw*) War relief aa 11Mr4 afflrve 134 Tklrd M NW Win1, Hum. en.el4.; tMI e..4 **t* r i'I AEI 'ZAR Strpco.r VJE WA'.rg A.iJ r CK i rrr !e >N gqg a

"e i 1.& SECTION = = sap to r.Fr..o..r. ti. PIo ISM It_, aad ..dMt* W t KII.,_ ..MM.r Ha..n riaTW ) "AP I ?r r 't n ) THAT SLArLR' UN 44114--AND TVU>4 I ',., ) ffiAllTlNlY101p4EWlNS

j TWO BEDROOMS : aeeadlag ; own.ra an woke Ha eon I..iklamia. t'>. lee f o ....i 144 '>TA/,l,:' Ml)MrXv run CAWT pay TOO r. we woo '' r e4CJi !
,
i the *( Ik* WaM'r lianas. Fla W E: K o-r. .'" Wpl.e. Maim II.ruin t .
> J LATRA11 6* WANT THAT. VrOOl. DFriday
Lcr TOOCiy
I $i.SOO. $300) Cash and Bati ..art. atru>4 Cart al Banaw Fir .,...... W...., Mama Fla .a. .tl T_. "I"' .. H.-. FlaJack ) I .1rwrpcAR7
..**. **.* aaaila I aaay Ikaraaf U MavtnaakM<. Teem Mld-aV.a. PuMMHac ,', Sac.r1.4'$44 LATK/T7L\
i ane monthly .......1Ir. ..-VR wher r45.sare ......3 '
....... ........ aaar ..**. II. 170t N
A Ma. Cialaa .. Praaa RwB Nt
: For an appointment to October It 111. se fIIIIfw ..... TW OMiiUliiT
Pro Coafeana la be .an red aaatm
I Can 1 To e anaapaken > MW Cyan
see "';, p .Tyyn .. GIllot ...... TIM 7551
SVRNaw15E15150i.. 1 harerreualo .......
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Pie Fourteen WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Friday, September 25, 1964

tin, qpmmls walk toe liberal tiooment problem. Oklahomahas
Democrats. But they all are .behlMl a Republican governor for
East BerlinAgrees Dear Abliy Johnson Goldwater Jotam. the first time in Henry BelL.
Liberal ... Rolf Yarbor.OMCB mon and he's fighting for the
i is hoeing a* otd.M aiomd other GOP candidates since the
Convince Him--And Fast donnybrook with Republican governor's chair is not up for

On For Texas George Bull for nt* Swat. grabs. But on the top level,
VoteUnited
Fight e..nla is the son of former Son.Presctott give It to Johnson. The Oklaho.ma .
Abigail Van Burcn Ia Bush of Connecticut newspaper polls do.
but .has been in Texas long
West Passes Press International can governor to have himself
enough to wear the proud title
Lyndon Johnson and Barry appointed to the seat of the ,
found out from I asked her please to knock bedroom In their "Texan. Nevertheless It looks Concert Group
DEAR ABBY: I accidentally so on my Goldwater are fighting late Democrat Dennis Chaser
BERLIN (UFn-Wwt Berlin the social security office that the man I married door before coming in. Now she just bangs on own backyard In the Southwest.At Mechem is the strongest man like Yarborough, even thoughthe
and East Germany today signed 16 years ago& had never been legally rtivorced. the door once and barges" right in and says this stage, It looks like the the Republicans have had In conservative Democratsdon't
an agreement on that I was advised to have a second marriage ceremony "Does THAT satisfy you' President will pick up the mar. the state But he's up against like him Yarborough
. passes performed. To my dismay, Mr. W. received Then she reminds me that I am living in HER handicapped by a past assocla. Seek MembersThe
, win allow 800.000 West Berliner house and she has bles. a tough man, who seems to
the Idea as a Joke and refused. I am 62 a right to go Into any room tlon, however Innocent, with
to cross the anti.refugee wall to she pleases whenever she wishes. What do The only area where Sen. have the edge as of now.
and Mr. W. will be 80 in two weeks I am worried you Blllle Sol Estes, is running Winter Haven Concert
visit relatives in East Berlin. about my future. My lawyer advised me think of a mother like mine Goldwater has a good chanceIs Texas Goldwater will get a scared Therefore he's
The border paw agreement that according to Massachusetts law I am not In his own state of Arizona. lot of popular votes. He won'tpick hard. running Association beginning its fall!
was reached Wednesday at the Mr. W'. legal wife, and I cannot claim his NO PRIVACY Texans will go for their fellow up the 25 marbles knownas Oklahoma: Also running is membership campaign next
end of eight months of negotia estate or get social security I even got our DEAR NO: Year mother Is wrong and I hope Texan In the White House. Texas' electoral votes. Civil Bud Wilkinson who used to field week will have Jules Fosterof
tions. It provides for four viiits priest to talk to him, but it didn't help Mr. W. Football rivalry aside, Oklaho.ma rights Is an issue, particularly the best New York as consultantand
she readies It and changes her soon, because running backs in col.
I with the first expected is the most generous man In the world and ways will settle for the Texan. In east Texas. But It's still advisor.
year would the If I asked for it, but that's precisely the kind of maternal ac- leglate football as coach at OU.He's .
moon
late next month. give me So will New Mexico. Johnson This Is his bailiwickand Foster director of the Concert
The agreement was signed in he will not consent to another ceremony Can Yon that makes children want. leave home as But there will be precious little he proved it by edging the dldate the Republican and he's Senate can. and Artists Division of

the East German government you help me? soon as they become of age. coat-tail riding, The Senate, state to John Kennedy In 1960. able vote-getter now Fred up Harris against, a Sum my.Birchard Co. of New

headquarters In East Berlin "MRS. (lor am 11)) W." e e e gubernatorial and congressional John Connally, wounded In state senator. Most knowledge York, will arrive in the city
candidates are pretty much on the assassination of President
only yards from the wall. Horst DEAR "MRS. (I wish I knew) W."t The DEAR ABBY: No problem just a :great i big their own in a region where Kennedy, will have no probe able Oklahomans call It a goal Saturday.The .
Korher, a city government official print CM tell Mr. W. what Is pleasing In the thank for excerpt from your Democrats traditionally squab lems getting re-elected. ConnaU line stand; a tossup drive, which opens
signed for West Berlin eyes of the Lord, and your lawyer can tell him book bOA TEENAGER! designed to helpthe ble among themselves and the ly who Is a moderate-conserva.. The Issues In Oklahoma are Monday Sept. 28, concludeson
and Erich Wendt, East German the requirement of he Law, but you'd better teen aged girl with age oldproblem: How Republicans depend more on clouded by a major reappor. Saturday, Oct. 3.
state secretary signed for the get your generous Mr. W. to skip the moon-and to control a boy who : on making improper: : personalities than on solldparty
Communist regime. provide for your security right here en earth advances saving all the while that if she loved
The than West him she would let him. support.
more 800,000 S e e e Going from west to east, It
Berliners with relatives in East Well, Abby, I am no teenager I am a young
I the woman In thirties, but I cut out that item shapes up like this with the
; Berlin will be permitted four DEAR ABBY: I have a problem. saw my
1 organist of our church with a married man. And and placed M in my purse for future use The election six weeks off:
visits with visits
J extra
I year, he wasn't hers. Should I tell the pastor to talk advice :Is good : : woman of any age who Is Arizona: Democrats and Republicans -
slowed for emergencies or to her before she breaks up the marriage or constantly sJ::: by persistent Romeo I both predict victoryfor e4adp
weddings and births. The wall should I mind my own business? I somehow have never known how to handle the problem their presidential candidate.
will be open to them at feel that It Is my Christian duty to set her without leaving the man angry disgusted and Traditionally, Arizona Is Democratic ,
t Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost straight. Don't tell me It is only my Imagination. thinking I was square. From now on it will be by a 3-2 margin. But In
I and for I period next I had heard rumors about these two, which at easy. I will simply reach Into my purse, hand the past few years the odds
month. first I did not believe. But when you see two the excerpt to the guy and let It speak for me. have changed. Republicanshave
The agreement brought DO people, In a secluded spot away from the busy I have a feeling It will save me a struggle and taken recent national elec.
roads, what else can believe? many words.
changes for East Berliners, who you dons In the state.
have been barred from leaving CHRISTIAN DUTY AVID READER Goldwater men fill the Republican -
their half of the city since the ticket. Richard Klein
wall was built Aug. 13, 1961. DEAR DUTY Even though the organist appears C e e e dlenst, GolJwater's field opera. .
The Communists realize that Co have pulled all toe stops out, I'd pipe Problems? Write to ABBY. Box e')700, Los lions director before the nation
many East Berliners would stay down If 1 were )'oa. Yon don't know "all yon Angeles, Calif. For a personal reply, enclose I al GOP convention, is bidding lUCrHTLY 1
should to exercise "Christian duty, which
In the West If allowed to go your stamped, self-addressed envelope. for the governorship against
also recommends that to err Is human, to forgive
there for visits divine Democrat Sam Goddard. And
8:30 to 12:30
Goddard lost to Paul Fannin, : :
e e o 0 Hate to write letters? Send one dollar toAbby. another Goldwater man In the
Mrs. Box 69700, Los Angel' Calif. for Abby'sbooklet In '62.Klein Sat. 7:30 to 12:00 4iNTEPTAINMIUT
GiddingsNamed DEAR ABBY: My mother asked me never to 'HOW TO WRITE LETTERS FOR ALL gubernatorial race :
walk Into her bedroom without knocking first OCCASIONS." dlenst may have the edge.
Among and I have always respected her wishes, i am Fannin Is running with Gold 04
IS and think I should nave the same privilege, C McNiughl Syndic!*. Inc ("U water's blessing for Goldwater's

Top Managers vacated Senate seat His oppo.
nent Is Roy Elson who was
water battle for California's 40 ,
Mrs. Wayne Giddings, restaurant 5 Million California electoral votes-and both could Democratic Sen. Carl Hayden't
manager of the Holiday affect the outcome aide.
i Inn Cypress Gardens at Dun U.S. Sen. Pierre Salinger, former Rep. John Rhodes, an ardent
dee, has been named one of the press secretary to two presidents Goldwater man, seeks his .ev. Sc RICK
top 29! restaurant managers In enth term in the 1st Congrts.slonal fib
Is runing hard for elec.
the International chain now Voters Are DemocratsEDITOR'S District which Includes red
r tlon to a full six year term in sale
comprising more than CIO Holiday the Senate. He was appointedto Phoenix. John Ahearn, a popu-
Canada lar attorney and double amputee ,
Inns In 44 states,
and Puerto Rico. ( NOTE) This Is For Instance, there's registration the five month unexpired war veteran opposes In his
The announcement was made the second In a series of dispatches The final figures are not term of the late Clair Engle first bid for public office
today at the ninth annual con by United Press International In yet, but nearly eight million after winning the Democratic By and large, the Republican
ference of the International reporters on political persons are expected to be reg 'nomination in the primary office seekers should be a helpto det
sociation of Holiday Inns In trends around the nation, istered to vote on Nov 3. And His Republican challenger s Goldwater on the state elec. 9COCkTAIl. *
Memphis, Tenn.Selected six weeks before the presidential nearly five million of those will George Murphy, former actor tlon totals
1 be Democratl now businessman from populous New Mexico The land of enchantment .
as the No res election.) *
taurant manager was Michael The polls reflect Johnson's Southern California Murphy, a is enchanted by -
Zappone of the Cleveland,Ohio, lead. They show him ahead of conservative Republican, Is Johnson. He has the decided
Airport Inn. The top Inn award By DE VAN L. SIIUMWAY Republican Sen Barry Goldwa campaigning primarly l 1 on edge There is little or no civil
United Press International ter amounts ranging charges that Slinger is a carpetbagger rights or "backlash" issue herein
went to the Holiday Inn of by gener La 9861r.
I SACRAMENTO Calif (UPI) for returning to the this racially mixed state.
Wausau, Wls., and Earl Chat- ally around 60-40, more or less .
all odds President John stale suddenly to for the Chances look good for a Democratic
I fee of the Erie, Pa. Inn was -By But a couple of factors are run Road
named "Innkeeper of the Year. son should win California going worrying the state's Democrats Senate after moving away. sweep Cypress Gardens

Selections were based on ratIngs away Including Gov. Edmund G. The polls show Salinger with a Hottest race Is for the Senate
from the company's team He has nearly everything Brown, the President's campaign substantial margin but his between Rep. Joseph M. Mon Phone 293.1321
of Inspectors who make quarterly going for him In the nation's chief lead is narrowing. toys, a Democrat, against Ed.
reports on all the Inns In newly-crowned most populous One Is this: The last Demo. Another major issue Is a win Mechem, the Incumbentwho
the system. slate crat to carry California was proposed constitutional amendment stepped down as Republi
,. Harry S. Truman back in 1948. to forbid state and local
This stale was his biggest win legislative bodies from taking
away a property owner's "ab
on the way to re-election And
then he barely made it. With solute discretion' to dispose of
nearly four million votes cast his real estate In any fashion,

he got the state's electoral to anyone.
votes by a pencil-thin 17,861 The amendment proposition I I
margin. 14 on the Nov 3 ballot, would 1U ee auen&Ki4U. eoece&r,1446cei
Since then California has nullify substantial parts of the I I

lone for Republicans Dwight state'* open housing laws, including .
D. Eisenhower twice and Rich one approved by the

ard M. Nixon, whose home town 1963 Legislature.
used to be Whittler, Calif, Governor Brown has been e
once Nixon edged John F. Kennedy fighting the Initiative with every
by 35,623 votes In a tatty means at his command. At the i Z-

that took a week to count The Democratic Natonal Conven-
thisisa absentee votes won It for the ton. he tried to enlist the aid
former vice president. of the national party. And he
Another problem for John wants Johnson to take a stand
son's California lieutenants Is Gjldwster on the other hand

that the Pre sid I e n t'. voting takes is the a California position that problema Initiative The Winter Haven Concert Association is a civic enterprise. It is non-profit. There is no
strength Is untried while Cold-
water has already run in this matter that doein't concern a capital stock. It is owned and operated by its members. No one connected with it receives
man from
a neighboring state
state The once Arizona this year.conservative The question Is this: How any salary or other remuneration from the Association.It .

sensibleman. scored his most Important win much, if any. ,called white

-one. that carried him to the backlash water as vote a result will of go the to Gold.hous is organized and conducted solely for the purpose of bringing to Winter Haven top
mid July GOP national convention
in San Francisco In a win log initiative rated concert and musical programs for the enjoyment of its music loving membership.Thus .

ning mood In California's it is our finest connection with the cultural advantages of the largest art centersof

June election GOP presidential primary Unitarians the country.

The Democrats fell behind an
uncommitted delegation headed

by Brown, who easily turned Slate
ulde a challenge by Los Angeles SpeakerDr
Mayor Samuel Yort,. Actually -
..and this Is a ttnslblt ear. the delegation was 100 percent Edgar F Van Buskirk 1HUtted.

"""! for Johnson will\ speak on Sunday at 10 .
a.m. before the Lake Region
But Goldwater met New York Unitarian.Unlversallst Fellow
Gov Nelson Rockefeller In a ship 3140 Troy Ave. Lakeland
head to-head clash for California's .

This man will buy a SIMCA 86 GOP convention votes. Dr Van Buskirk, holder of a Because we want you to have the cultural experiences that we have booked for the

because he la sensible. And Although he won-Just the GOP barely.standard- Ph. D. degree from Ohio State coming season, wholeheartedly extend you an invitation to join us in this civic and
University, before his
war retirement
bearer carried only 14 of the cultural organization
a professor of science
The SIMCA is the most logical stste's 58 counties, they were at Stephens College Col.

(and exciting) buy for many two the) big million ones GOP With votes more cad than: umbia. Mo. His talk will be Membership foot are si follows:

reasons I It handles like a drenm Goldwater's based on a recent article In
victory margin was ADULTS '.00
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historian SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN 3.50 .
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