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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: October 20, 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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Generally fiir with high today in the Winter Haven Daily, N ews-Ch Ie f Ctrut THo Ctoital City Of: Of I 100 The Lakes Word



70't Low tonight 45 to 55. Northerlywmdi You Always Read It First

up to 20 miles par hour. In The New:.O'M

VOL. 54-No. 20( WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Hif (,[DAY OCTOBER :.0464 PRIG l F FIVE CENTS

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Former President Herbert Hoover Dies At 90 ;










Body To Lie In State In Nation's Capitol






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I Holley Great HumanitarianLoses





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TALLAHASSEE LTI nopuldirsn !: f'').."I, I 'nit.'il Stated |
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Death hit Waldorf Towers
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yRt Burn called pre' conferencehere .. .. 115::\ am .:IT when hit heart weakened l h s blo, >\
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Tuesday saying he had .Y (')ixm- resulting from nuuume Internal' h"mcnhitKg I another bombshell to drop In !1II1\ii I finally nave out '
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Florida hot gubernatorial ricrHolley >
slid he would fly to .. ,.". The Army Immediately. put Into action Ito long;

"" ..... the capital from his home In pri'paiwl plan for impressive funeral riles through

St Petersburg for I 2 30 p m which the nation
could iU admiration! and
GUIDING THE SHOWCASE-With the Florida Citrus Mm Collins express
Queen, Nancy new conference it which hI'
are some of the men who are responsible for the new Showcaie, 1965 successor to the would make the new announcement LICAN NATIONAL CON) gratitude for Hoover's 60'year career of public sect m:'

I Florida Citrus hfosition. From left, Robert J. Eastman general manager' Richard King IIIN body will l 00 flown latu thin week to Washingtonti

ham chairman committee and elected a vice president yeiterday; Miss Last week. Holley chargedthat ( 1m in state under tlu' Rotunda of the nation x

Collins; WilUrd Roe, reelected president: and W E. Rynerson, rtelectea secretary Burns had $1,.2 million in HOOVER THE ELDER STATESMAN-The Republicanparty tupitul ao recently the scene of I Prtmkltnt K''nnedy'xand
cash In a Nassau bank and for a generation has looked to Its foremost elder
although Burns refuted this with statesmen, Herbert Hoover, for advice In what he called Gf>n. !Douglas MacArthur'i ljrfnir.in-atati'

Roe solid evidence Holley slacked .t the time "my last appearance," Hoover Is pictured Me was stricken last !Saturday I
Reelected
Street ClosedTo Head v the Jacksonville\ mayor on a peaking before the 1952 GOP convention, when he with bleeding<< In hit upper
side i Issue MondayIn Kalro-lnleillnal' tract end failed
urged "railing our eyes Into sunlight of freedom '
a statement Heated at ,in rally 42 Local FFA

Holley headquarter In St I'hyilclans I aid the bleeding
TrafficIn Of Citrus Showcase J'elrraburl.Ihe GOP candidate hud tinned in accumulation of I

charged that In effect his op Voters (nxlo products In h Hoover:
ponrnt had said that anyone County liliwMlnlresm I which I the elder. Members JoinGreenhands

Auburndale Willard E. Roe, the president Showcase, at the annual m eUIng who cant write a check for 'tnte man could not overrom
of the Florida Citrus Exposition yesterday. $12000() on my given day h i Dim morning nit heart !began

through all the early phases of Vice presidents named were failure to rill
AUBURNDALE A move for the relocation construction and Richard G Klngham who has Holle referred' to i statement Face Long Lines At hK ttedslde were his two
a temporary closing of Arlana expansion of the Industry's big. been chairman of the key build. made by Burnt In Nassau children ll..rl>erl HIIOVIT Jr
Blvd from the canal to the new gest show,was reelected to guide Ing committee during the put when the Democratic candidate former under ircretary beach to all motor vehicle was It through the opening of Its year, and Herbert E Apple, and took newsmen to the Bank of tale' ind Allan Hoover I loo America members from Den"
approved last night at the regu. successor, the Florida Citrus Al A. Lang who were reelect. Nova Scotli and had the press "U s going to take a longtime used for the Lakriand city' eon, Lake A1 frail and We.u,
lar meeting of the AuburndaleCity ed W. E. Rynerson was renamed dent of the bank' refute Holley's to vote oq >;0a.. Mrs, rtatiuni. wood Jr. Highs. and! Winter IU*
CommissionA secretary claim Blaxwhe Weak, supervisor of HOST WARNINGSrefMirted ear a biography fit formerrresMent aa Hlgfc School were initiated

committee was also set up DevilsTerrierGame Robert J. Eastman, general "If MHeJIe.t wants W .**>. lrtiskeawra-i eajnnlycomltalonin COIItI&I Agent 1M Mel7awa fI.*,.*..', and picture, -Oreenhanda Monday sight
to study possibilities of closingthe manager for the past eight years, glw for being a failure. wIIb May. to cownUsaionori today highlights of kit dUIUigulibednrrer InII' Agricultural stance

present boat launch site on To Draw was reappolnted only .I2.000 ra Ml worth It ma "I I 15 thkkk we will have f&.1It that his ofttr and the lura U page eight. Building at tie, high school,
Lake Arlana and build a new Four directors were added to saUl In Nassau ",hl"'. his Dual. for llrk-s '' ; weather bureau will cooperate .- The officer of the Winter
the board. They are Bert Roper beau There been no day for prepared at epolls this Hoover haven High chapter performedthe
one.The Local CrowdThe ," she told commissioners agar year tn the treat wr's wife. Lou Henry
commission has had boat of Winter Garden, Jim Redd of the lait 20 years when" I couWft'tb.ve weening program died In IW4 Creenhand Initiation and I'i'
ramp proposal before the plan. Frostproof, Joe Michael of Ws. cheek stalled the. officers for the three
written for Mt.
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Under this ..tlt- The body of the revered ildr
third mass exodus from "Ire from 10 progress
laUsig M to .
nine t< ai I'd for several monthsbut basso and Rollla E.HatosofOr. o o"BoIIf'Y juator high chaptersThe
er Inform aUon Is dtaaemlnat utatesman. will/ he liken to
no definite plans have been Winter Haven this season is iando All are active In the clio minces tor every penwn' wino first degree of actve(
had said he worth
drawn The present launch site Friday when almost anything rus Industry They bring the war votes in the r..MratlW of ed throughout the ea! nty from Washington to lie In stale In the m.mber..p. of'the FFA taxed
between and tt .
$12 088 $ OW and .
Rotund of the Milan
Goal
Is )ir<",,' private property on wheels moves to Tampa board total to 23 flee by absentee. haBot Mr. tee district' barns meaning on achievement Is the Green
aria I It w.a.>. pointed out last night carrying Blue Devil fans to Eight were added to the board (Continued On Page 2, Ce4. I 1)) Work said... that mom more pinyU ran capital after he ties In state for hand degree To qualify for tills

that the private property Is be. the Hillaborvugh High School of trustees, which now consists "If they take time to read get wealiiir Information thanIf 'two days In New York St degree, a member must (0)I) be
!erg used as a parking area for stadium of about 65 persons\ In citrus all the amendments. it a goingto only th. Lakeland weather Bartholomew Protestant Kpls: enrolled In in agriculture class

those ut.,,,g the launch facilities. The Decision In the Wester'> or allied iclds who serve at a Johnson Plans be pretty bad It pert t take bureau I u giving' out informs. copal f'hllrrhFln.1 and have sitisbctorv arId ae
The strip ot Arlana Blvd will Conference title between Winter consultant body to the board of kit thins five win lion Tbn, ,totormitian Is especlilly funeral services will br cepteble plans for a prop' imof
be closed long enough for astun Haven and HiUsborough directors The new trust.. are uten anyone' site peedlcHed hi.Itfui to oMrtia growers held In his native town WentBranch supervised farming; ((21) be
md action may be taken J. E: Evans of Dade City; Hir who must their Iowa followed by burl tamUlar with the purposes of the
protect
the result to deride the
later by the commission on top ry Reppard of Pasco In bum Orlando SpeechMIAMI The ballot contains) SI groves from freeae damageMttown .1 I at the National Park on the FFA and the chapter prognm of
whether to reopen the road or contender for the league City; Louis McKnight and Jack name. 13 amendments to the and chief forecaster He of the small cottage where work| ((11)) recite the future
leave It closed.An crown. May both of Holly Hill Fruit, Honda constitution, and one he war horn Firmer Creed. The other degreea
amendment to City Ordl- High school athletic director Davenport; Charles D. r of ,"I 'fh, A tentative referendum for Polk County. Warrra Jotmnon art OOI\\per Hoover one of the greet humanltrlM are the Chapter Farmer
nonce No 442 was passed In Jack Deedrick has announced Adams Packing, Auburndale, ALfred schedule fur a visit to Florida In the election two weeks ailing on mother peojeet an of World War I Kaie'l Farmer and the A me:
an emergency measure. The that buses hive been chartered Estes Winter Haven; Dick by President Johnson next week from today paper balloU will instrument which can predict ant the pod war period lived lean Firmer Degrees
amendment changes the zoning to carry fans to and Collins of Polk County Fer.tlllier was submitted to the White have to be used for two races the lowed temperature that for years hi the shadow of the. The lowing young mar resolved
of lots 8, : and 10 of Block sCl; from the contest The fare ia Halnes City; Max O'Neill house Tuesday for approval because their Is not enough will be rrached at a certain disastrous economic depression the CreoMwnd Dejreeaad
and lot 2 Block L and $2 and tickets must be purchased of DiCeorglo Fruit of Fort according to stay campaign. room on the voting machines location during the night And which occurred during hit ad were Installed. in llieit rosprllve

to Central business district. from Grande Market Pierce; and Harvey Snlvriy Jr. chairman Tom Fleming Jr for all of the names (Continued On Pace 2, Col. 4)) ministration Rut .he emerged a om"...
The lots ari located near the downtown or the high school of Hamilton, Cooperative, Lake Fleming said the schedule The two races on paper ballots again in World War II and its From Denlson Junim iitrh

Auburndale Post Office Requestfor athletic department office not Hamilton wan drawn up Monday duringa will Iw for Justice of the aftermath ai a revered partlcl Harry Brogvn presld.rlJerl"
the rezoning was made by later than noon Thursday Two highlights of the meeting Miami meeting of state and Peace and Constable In each Matlox pant In domestic and world if Tlghe, vice presidentame; !!-.
Bill Ray, who said ha plans to were Eastman's report on how Speaks Gist, secretary} Depart Math
Dvedrkk district. fain.
said Attendingthe
close to 200 national Democrat ;
build a t>arber shop.A the Showcase to be la, treasurer;t/namyCulbreti I ),
letter from the Tampa Elec. went by but to the Chamberlain and the presence was of operated Miss- vision were Larry O Brlen,. County Business Manager At Gold waler Hoover who war three weeks director of organiiation for the Tom Hyman told commissioners gun' to had the distinction of
game ago
tn: ( mpany requesting the cityto Nancy CollM-) -the reigning ) Alton Walton, i N,
approve the coat of the new and everyone seemed siUf Citrus Queen. who Eastman Johnson Humphrey committee today that he bat oW a lived Rally Tonight living longer n an ei prealdenl Kliaheei, Jsmee Drlggeri and
mercury: vapor street lamps was lied with 'the trip. He anticl- said "has dons a very creditable and William Driwley. Southern 100 ballot! bout from the ban any other chief executive It..... Searcy

(Continued On Page 2, Col. 2) (Continued On Page 2, Col ') jots" campalftnchairmto, school 'berd. but they haven'tgot ()( AI A ( UPi. t House although John Adams lived six From Lake Alfred Junior
tchedHle cilia for John month longer In Mi Wfh
Eastman predicted, radical The keys for tine leeks year High., Richard Rowen, pres
departure In the caliber of tile.Xhlblt. ran to dedicate new Fiends The leeks will have to be Speaker W.llorytorne and than Hoover HU death left only N.Mt) Perry Kawwiet. vtiaprtaideMt :
." oan be expected in Atlantic Uatvertlty at Boca broken and. new tew .....IIed. other prominent Democratswere two former president. Harry ISle Waters, sec
Shrine To Parade Its and make scheduled to address i I Truman and Dwight. D, FlHiMivrr
the first Florida Citrus fhow Raton Sunday appearaneei The boxes rang In sloe retaryt; Danny Celsler treaaureri
I case which opens peat March In Miami. seat ,Jacksonville from rave by seven .laiws to racy for.son. Barry Ooldwater -.r. !* Kerry Robinson, report
U tn the new builds, near Lake the followUuc day with two feet span. aeeoedlng to "hare Tuesday night had been more or "I Hick Va.fbn. sentlneli;
Famed Units SaturdayW Lulu a "m.jor" speech .to Orlando Hymaa The 'loeaUan of Mw Stale R fa Julian Daanstl of .less inaitlve since lest Febiu Glees Conner, chaplain; Cl>cJeBrMfM
Panama <*y. Kay Mattes of Darrell Cauldet ,,
Harry Trout of Lakeland retired that night! various boxes throughout the try when he wa bedded by an andJ.
chief designer for Amer The Orlando I address Is Winter H.ven' and William V rid kidney altenent and a its C. Tanner
:' ter Haven will see Tarn southern Judicial District
pa'a tf.-pt Shrine In all its Urltedtales the Citrus Museum which. will ant: f 'I")"i Pr i h nt ,u slated l tot determined J A Need of eiburg were gall bladder removed In its Janlor, Huh, Wjoe,
trappings Saturday afternoon : ben: the er' vines! a move io the Showcase tsill4u':" ,t.j\' i I',c n' m the "berr> Voters will" have to markthru among those on the 'program underwent surgery for Blackburn, president. nick.
when some 2,000 Shrlntr- from dance: will be held t'! "!a. !if, (Continued On Page 2, C, U)' I':aza H'.tt.., paper ballots while. to Alto trheduled to br at the growth In his bowel' .in IM2 Mitchell, vtcepsesideni.Johnn; .
throughout south central Florida (Continued On Page 2, Col. 4) the wire{ machines. or while rally ws> tek>vtion actor James and, WII stricken hv anemia Strickland secretary.; let'
from BrooksrUle to wailing in line No asforatetwothi Drury *t 'J has twn 'touring the Bradberrv. reporter Grind
Naples gather here for a will .br Mt up for the country l. r the ',()!' csndldilr (Continued On Fife 2. Col 3) 'Cantit out O, page J, ( nag'

special ceremonial to be pre- -.I ; paper voting"
ceded by a huge parade, W1.'Wi I M: Ten schools for precinct
tort Shrine has ball dozen 1 !t '"rk>.r. will, .b* held amirk I
motorized and marching units tI. one on Tuesday far Steele Is Expected To Be Mayor
a/id even a mounted group all i I.k> ,Iao>i workers and on*
highly trained in intricate ; h',i ..i4) fur the rest of ttw
maneuvers which they executein r< .
'hroughuut the ewnv
w
Come"wiener Hughes st.ri.
IM parade UM of m.rcb '
7 will be .lex led mayor uf Win
ha organisation also tu* mar: :,v. ,jrxl has a uncial pep ten. Haven and M 'rhrrnl .iilySting
comic groups, aad a famous e .. .. _
land. Ie' t I h l.-rtioo ell, nf attorney sssocuted. with.

AU these will be u es f, (.1!, ar to be voted on a* Paul Hitter will be newest 1

parade many of then sees t':0 tame time si comity, sale rminlrlpal) judge a1 l the ari
before In Florida Cltrj*, 'I' and Da' ,''n') rindidolc real. meeting of Stir 'cry coin,

position! parades mar w4 ., 'i A (tc'i paper baBat a cat mission UHUght according to
haft never appeared here be r f. 'e''d." than the conaty reliable reports
for paper t .|)10,1 i will. bane te he Steele will succeed Mayor
Tile parade la scheduled forK Richard Dnntsler who has

.W p m It starts at K' rt&Oats TitlE WIIPMFVTDIM served w. that capacity ,foe
Shopping Center proceeds .. the put two years. and whew.
: erbadiags (Inbwt p
south on Sixth St. to c.n..oJ .1tct..&.a was Uha lor greet
from (he Fruit and VegetableIpevtum
then east on Central to Third, .4 by msny Pa.*. a
and north on Third to Nora aSHRINE ( 01. son IWwr .rr mere .hM .been a
Maw By rail. 2..*. graacfru i Vorange ,
Hill rrabamrurat if Us. commas
by boet I I2>J gnp*
F"rner Mayor' Tons TtrnbuU ion a. Ihr result of the Oct
fruit by truth UJW: r.i--,
will be the ,
grand marshal 1.1.' luin cal t lUMtlrr vkt
The fruit 2*.in arises lit m"If" ,,-
parade U a highlight of
woo Uu ,
iuttU. u
the wtifh rank win Thompson be beld Ceremonul in Kara CEREMONIAL; COMMITTEE Approximately, 2 CC3 rn>ral Pic; *:da Shrl; 9 1T7 '.Mil...11'..mm 204 macrons grapefruit fora what unsaar sMuaU IWO R

M* I Ii ui -i ffj..aa ers w b. 1 W "e Hive : a'u.'day: Icr the F .011 Tficr ,9:e -":' :.:. .ded nps .
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tart a ttor..1, Ire:, ,aft R.y K _: Mats- Cec ', .0' IK lit ', 1r. "> rise"' > ote> Miller. sod
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Tuesday. October 20, 1964
Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEP-WlNTbR HAVrN FLORIDA



Boatwright TECO Certifies Scout Troop Steele(Continued From Page One) Facts About Your Hospital Polk Highway

260 New HomesTampa Steele were the deciding factors .

in that vote, and they appear Toll Hits 53Polk
Oil Dealer Electric Company Gets New Flag to hold the influence
line announced the certification this time too.
of an additional 280 While Turnbull served as County's 1964 traffic

hornet in it* service art as Frierson-Nlchols Poet 8 of mayor for two years and death toll soared to 53 yester

Dies At Age 37 Medallion Homes during September the American Legion presenteda Dantiler held the post for the i Icy when two county motorists

new American flag to Boy same length l of time this is by lips in car accidents.
Scout Troop 555 at the regular no mean a tradition. In fart, lorlda Highway Patrol head.
Of these home 155
Ottit Elton Boatwright, 37, were meeting last night at 7:30 at the In the last IS year they are! quarters In Lakeland said John
given Gold Medallions, which 000 K. ll>' 72, of Waverly, and Rob.
of 1507 South Lake Shipp Scout House at Ave the only ones who have servedfor nry,
means they .electric Including Hedden 57 of Ft
are
Don Koehler, Legion commander >'ft Stanton ,
George Burr
Drive died early this morningin two years.
electric heat and air the victims.
Meade were
presided at the ceremony ,
elected in 1M1, served
the Winter Haven Hospital was
conditioning The remaining of burning the old flag. Henry died in an accident Just
after a long illness. 108 received Bronze Medallions He was assisted by Luther Reel four years Hunter Hyer was t cast of Lakeland and Hedden was

He was vice president and for meeting the requirements and William Monies. named in IMS, served one killed In a crash three mile

general manager of BradfordOil of sn electric range, In addition to member of year Lea W. Dunson sue f, south of Bartow.
ceeded him and served three
Company.A electric water heater, at least Troop 555, the ceremonies were ,at
native of Lafayette County years, to be followed by Turn-
three additional I major electric observed by troop committeemen Stark Funeral
he moved to Winter Haven appliances, full housepower R. R. Mays, Fred Fib, bull
in 1949 He was a member of and Light for Living. James L. Green, Robert Kooand In another change in the Is Services Set
McCall's Chapel of Lafayette Robert E. Shriver. city government, Threadgill
County Petroleum Marketing Medallion Homes certified scheduled to succeed Judge Funeral services for Henry

Association, the Winter Haven during the first nine monthsof Robert Staufer who has been William Stark, 53, who died
Chamber of Commerce; 1964 totaled 2.259 comparedto Mobile X-Ray municipal Judge for the past Surday evening at his residence

and the Winter Haven Lions 2,069 during the same period several years. There has beenno following a sudden Illness, will
Club. last year. Of this year's Here TomorrowThe indication as to why Staufer be held from the Ott-Laughlln

Is survived his widow, nine month total 2,211 were Is not being renamed, but per. Chapel at 3 p.m tomorrow with
He by
new home and 48 were existing Polk County mobile X-ray sonnel chages often happen the Rev August Bernthal,pastor
Boatwright
Mrs Frances T. homes. unit will be at the Winter Ha. when city i administrations of Grace Lutheran Church, of.
two daughters Vikkl and Jennifer ven Health Center tomorrow change. delating. Burial will follow in

Boatwright; a son, from 1 to 5 p m., It was an. Threadgill joined Ritter in Lakeside Memorial Park
Dicky Boatwright, all of Winter Student Senate nounced today.GOLDWATER. the local law firm about two Friends may call at the Chapel
Haven, his mother, Mrs. o'clock tonight
and a half year ago and was -oII until 9
Mary Maud Boatwright of Lafayette Elects FisherDavid ON TV admitted at that time to the ,
County; his father, National Republican Headquarters Florida Bar Steele, a retired I ;

Walter Eugene Boatwright, of Fisher, son of Mr, and has announced that Veterans Administration executive I1 : \ DevilsTerrierContinued

Jacksonville; and three brothers Mr. Cary Fisher, Lake Alfred, Sen. Barry Goldwater will and West Point graduate, i.. ( From Page One I
.rt
of has been elected to the Student iisasw'asw.a.raTHREE li,
Ferris Doatw right make major address tonight has been on the commissiontwo -
Norfolk, Va. John Boatwright Senate at Western Carolina College at 9:30 p.m. on the CBS net 'year. pates a large turnout for this

of Savannah, Ti-nn, and Carl In Cullowhee, N.C. work. Local viewers should No other changes are in the PEOPLE OPERATE FLAT WORK IRONER WHICH RUNS SEVEN DAYS A WEEK week'i bus trip.
Boatwright of Lafayette County Eighteen elected members' tune to either channel 6 or 13 works. Peter Kalogridi Is 1 assured Katherine and Audrey Johnson The buses will leave Winti t
The operators, from left, Charlotte Akers, Taylor Haven at 5:30: Friday after
compose this governing body of for the telecast, Ed Jones, of being renamed city
Friends may call at the Ott- the Student Government Association Polk County Republican cam attorney A rumor carried in noon and arrive at the stack

Laughlin Chapel from S to 9 and In the Student Faculty paign chairmand.\ a Tampa newspaper to the ef Laundry Processes 2,500 Items Daily um shortly after 7 p.m. The
p.m. tomorrow night. Judiciary Committee. feet that he might be ousted kickoff has been set for 8

Funeral arrangements. In The Lake Alfred young man appears to be wholly false. D'clock.
charge of Ott.Laughlin, will graduated with the 1964 das of Roe Reelected Dave Fultz will be renamed One of the busiest behind-the-scenes scrub gowns, patient gowns, technicianand This will be the Big Blues

be announced later. Winter Haven, of which he was (Continued From Page One) city clerk and it I Is expectedthat departments at the Winter Haven Hospital nurse uniforms, and all types of third away game They have.
to lose on the road, defeating '
vice president and Immediate there will be no change in yet
past president of the Key Club. and Is also consultant for exhibits the auditor, Vineyard and Co. is the laundry. Originally designed surgical wrappers and towels. Auburndale 350 a
Holly, Burns Citrus In Hall the of Fame Showcase.Is expected The. The current city commission in 1955 for a 130-bed hospital, it now These items present additional prob Chamberlain 130.
will meet at 7'30 tonight in
be moved to the Showcase days a wet'k providing formulas
to operates seven lems. Special germ killing
(Continued From Page One) Jack Fuller Auditorium in City

has repeatedly challenged Burnsto FuneralSALLY Plan from for Lakeland.the midway Includethe Hall, and close out the year's complete laundry !service for today's must be used with linens for surgery, 42 Local FFA

reveal his net worth. elimination of objectionable business The new city com 190 bed facility. the nursery and other critical areas. (Continued From Page One)

COOK SMVILY: features. "The plane of the show mission Is scheduled to meet This department has the responsibility Sheets must be ironed, yet remain soft Brooks, sentinel; David Ellis,
"I'm millionsof of
lure there are o'clock The election
Funeral services for Mr. will be Roe said. at 8
upgraded, of collecting, sorting, washing, discomfort for bed patients. chaplain; 'Donny Mathis, Dan
people In Florida ho resent Sally Cook Snively, 24, who There will be no vast blacktop a mayor will take place im to prevent
the snide remarks and the implications died Sunday, will be held to areas surrounding the showcase mediately after the newest ironing and delivering throughout the Torn linen must be patched or taken Dorr, Lee David Breece Hodges, Dennis Lewis
Hughes, ,
of Mr. Burns and morrow morning at 9 o'clockat for parking, according to commissioner, Joseph W. Higgins hospital over 2,500 items of linen each out of service. Approximately $400 Tomllnson.

also resent his absolute refusal St Joseph's Catholic I l Roe. Adjacent groves are going Is sworn into office. Ilig- day. To perform this task, the 18 laun- each month. Winter Haven Chapter
to reveal his net worth and Requiem to be prepared for parking, and gins was elected in a race } worth of linen is replaced From
explain how he acquired it," Church at which time a for grassed areas will be developed with veteran Tom Turnbulllast dry employes have at their disposal two workers sometimes find Glenn Nix, Jesse Caudill, James -
Mass will be offered Laundry Conner,Randy Boyd, Charles
Volley said for this He pointed 6.County. two
Oct. wheels
purpose. commercial wash extractors -
her soul by Father MatthewJ large that all that comes down the laundry Denmark, Thomas Pate, Mike
out that the parking problem exists
The GOP nominee said that Burial will be in dryers two sets of steam Gogglns, Jack
Connolly. week of Owens, Buddy
mostly during the chute isn't linen. They find safety pins,
the state has had too much Grand Mich. Voters Hammond, and Pat Mawk.
Rapids, and five-roll flatwork ironer.
show
the March a
government by personal deals presses scissors pencils watches, and, now and
,
A Rosary will be said tonight Eastman said for The Winter Haven Chapter
"with, by, and for wealthy and the policy (Continued From Page One) The items processed by the laundry
: at 630: at the Crisp Funeral the new building will be to openit then, a pair of false teeth. officers are; Don Burton
powerful ruling cliques Chapel. to events of various kinds this prediction can be had by sound like the average housewife'slaundry president; James Stone

Meanwhile, the secretary of "as much as possible." He cited 8 p.m. list bedsheets: pillow cases, With the hospital} operating at peak vice president; Allen Hughes

stated office released last some which are either signed The instrument is called a wash coths towels blankets and capacity, the laundry must work extra secretary; Wayne Sapp, treasurer .

week's reports on spending and Street Closed or In negotiation.The Orange Radiometer, and works by hours to meet the growing demands for ; Paul Ayers, reporter.
donations from the Burns and Dessert Contest will be held comparing the temperature or diapers.! Phillip Jackson, sentinel; Jor

Holley camps (Continued From Page One) there next May,as will a Modern the ground with the temperature Only the numbers are different linen service. During these periods, the athan Wilson, chaplain 1d.\,
Living Exposition The local of the air. Jt must be cost of operating this department will visors are Robert A. ir|,''
The reports showed that Burns read and the endorsement was Each week there aiv 5,000 tlweU, 5,000 and Lou Smith, agrlcuU
spent $21,514 given orchid show may be, and others used for at least a year w run $6,000 monthly. Yet, there are no '
on campaigning ,
are being discussed.The of towels: and waah cloths and 3,000diapt'rs teachers at Winter Haven Hi
for governor last week while Bruce Canova, city manager, board decided that concessions that a graph can be plotted the specific charges made to the patientfor R. A. Cunson is advisor to De: .
for the babies in nursery.
Volley out pointed out that the city now use the temperature
put $5,490 In which food has to be always this service. It is also a part of the Ison and Imperial chapter''
regular 100 watt bulbs In the The radiometer cannot However in addition to this laundry
During the weekly period prepared will be banned from while Louis Smith is adux" c:
street lights Replacementofthe be used. When there is service washes doctors' daily room rate to Lake Alfred chapter
Burns aid he received $22,061 the exhibition building. list a hospital
cost about 18 to is
100 watt lamps $ wind or when a front
in donations and Hol ry reported Kingham, reporting on construction a
$20 a year. the Instrument! is
in :
said It 10 day moving I
collection of $5,139. was .
The new lamps, will cost $30 but then other
not accurate,
to two week behind, but the
This ran the total expenditure or $4' ayear dependtngon whet1\ taget date was still expected to forecasting methods arc adcquate .
of Burns to date to $992,563( er they use the 3COO lumenor
be met. Plans are to start erection .
against contributions of $1,023- 7,000 lumen lamps, he noted.He In of exhibits for the March Fifteen radiometers will he
835 and for Volley spending of also pointed out that show In late February.Roe throughout the county
placed .
the the city will be get.
long run '
82,260 against collections of for the Klngham, Eastman and thl.I so that a large enflurc,
ting more light money. '
$84.798. Possible purchase of the lot the others who have workedso scale experiment can be conducted 1 npotCIr

adjacent to the police station diligently to make the Showcase They are paid for by of Ihe prualt"

COCOA BEACH(UPI-Dem-\) was brought up again last night a reality were given a the citrus committee of the Iltc
ocratic gubernatorial candidate and Canova reported that the vote of congratulations on motion Agricultural Agent office

Haydnn Burnt jf Jacksonville least cash prlc.the city could ob. of Tom Turnbull ,1N%l1.\I. REPORTS
emphatically denied a published lain from Charles Walsh, the After the meeting barbecue Four annual reports were

report Monday night that he owner, was $6,595 for the lot and supper Exposition was halls held In across one of from the received by commissioner In the Business of

owed the federal government an old house which Is located on the Citrus Bulldlni.former this morning
$60 000 in taxes plus interest It. Justice of the Peace Walter
Canova said he thought the pur. Haven
'Nothing could be further chase would be good thing for G. Bell of Winter
turned $2,597 back to the county MAKINGHISTORY
told PresidentContinued
from the truth Burns a the city although It may be sev.
dinner meetln" of the Canaveral oral years before an addition to This represented an excess ,
Pre Club, In denying a copyrighted the fire or police stations Is ( From Page One) over a nine month period (
report by the Fort needed lie also said there Is a and Intestinal bledilmg In 19 3 Constable Leon Thornton of

Lauderdale Nrw-. possibility that the old building his survival after each of Winter Haven turned $2027

The News said In a story may be remodeled as a club. these setbacks was described back to the county This was

from WashingDn; quoting an house for the policemen and fir., by physicians as "miraculous," for a full year, his first year / 7I

unnamed ,source that the tie. men. Through it all Hoover continued under the budget system
partmenl of Internal Revenue After considerable discus work on the fourth and final Constable Morris Comber i

has a claim against Burns to. ston, the commission decided to volume of his autobiography."An turned 58 cents back, and Justice .
talling fiO,000 plus interest offer Walsh $8,000 for the pro. American Epic" his 30th of the Peace Frank Stanley SIK. I'HI"-, 1 eterday.

Burns said 'there's not aragmen1 perty and directed Canova to book It was published last reported that $17 SO was
/ of truth In it," but contact him on the matterA May due him.OTIIF.R \ll ,"\llt-l, |min|' 0 i n'i .j.t. i h,"\\ 01'\1;; I :

added that he was settling another committee was formed to The 'grand old man of the Bt'SINESS. "I'K LSs i ,MM, lu Inl"llI. I ., ,nl' hMc' 'i\
matter with the Internal look Into roof bond qualities on Grand Old r.rty"III born a In other business, commie'atonerr -' !is, the ")inh .\niiiM\ \ is.,nhk', WlterlyirutverscisitcriiUye

Revenue Service bids that were received con. blacksmith's son and rose to Instructed County Engineer TliN ,.,,11.11/\i ; / s "liit' and .H'PoI'I';

The Jacksonville: m.yorlho cernlng rerooflng of the public fame and fortune a, a mining Waldo Fielding to see book COVIMI.IM' 1'1 11 II s VI YI.IIol Umuth, ant,
face GOP nominee Charles library The bids were read last night engineer what could be done about installing y. Prmrrfirth! : 't "'M v (twplau-d with Ihotogl}; aph,

Holley In the November ('ll'c'tlon. but action was postponed until Hoover made his last officialpublic some type of warning 01 cluuiv. nin 1 ', nit u and coupled"with".rcoim, -

said fiat the matter Inc after the committee make its appearance in 1982 on device on the railroad trackson '. ful and dCIiCI'I'1! ,' dsltn4 t hack to the I tirmm
intent! >n between him and the report. his Beth birthday at the dedication Spirit Lake Road where it 5' the famous Fl.ii) s i uis>i i liuii.m Chief Tallahnsxee!

federal tax officials Involvedthe The specifications of the re. of the $ )0,000 Herbert. Intersect with V S, 17 at Polk

method of handling income roofing Include tearing off Hoover Library In his home Junior College I, 'k STAR PRESS
Job
C.III l lull, d '
hoes West Branch Iowa. He 5, <'\doped! and phmnotl l tin
(tax deductions on a $35.000 the old roof removing debris town Commissioner authorised a 54
theme and foim.n, ,
oj i this _
hand ,/ publication with the
he Incurred He said the loss from the cremlse. construction addressed 45,000 people on of $13,582 to balanceout
,.me: at a result of a loan he of a new asphalt and slag roof and the nation "as the shadows transfer last year' budget They A ( exciting anticipjin-m "I t p1.1C1I11o| |: It among( the hls.toncal .

made to a corporation with a 20 year bond and con. gather around me also approved a transfer of J i rocordnol u-niial I01 J'1"l'Idu'lazru\\'th,

Earlier Burns chided new tructlon of a parapet wall with In that address, the former to for offices at the

media for what he s.ldI'ere a 20.year bond. President harked back to his $3,300 Bartow pay Air Base for the -- Trulv. it ma' b.i stud,, STAR PRESS i i.. .mAi.it. :
some time misconceived newt Low bidder of four companies boyhood hl'n orphaned by the school (ward.Commraeionerr, luslorj.
report- and concluded that "too submitting was Dees Roofing death of his parents, he left voted to buy
many members of the press Co. of Auburndale. West Branch at the age of 10 t Yet the ,
Pontiac for the county In roUI1II' I
Purchase of poUc.crul.er be rearedby a new ? m'JlllK h'torkal' document
too frequently devoid themselves a new to go to Oregon to w ith / STAR PRESS
for $2.565. his
of the obligation of respon was also approved after an uncle a country doctor engineer ? i not de-
ibility that parallels the freedom bids were read. The contract "The only material asset* I trade. h o % z mends of busmen' ou.. .cMnpleteJriBthigfncM) ,, ,II"

of the press...I attribute went to Daniels Ford Companywith had were two dimes in my 1 aw0I atwsste and prurC'lllltmalltart are rt'itdtll awe \on
this sort of thing to the dangei a low bid of $2,100 with pocket the suit of clothes I Shrine To Parade M
trade-1n of one 1942 car. The and 1 had some extra Fur t our next
of the English language wore
pontes Job
One)
(Continued From Page I ,1'1 the Iseel l
111 qusl
bid "'
Ford bid was $60 under the i tt 1
loving
underpinnings! provided by .e s. itpimt'n! and!
If the a reporter circumstances does not put acceptall forward by Chevrolet Center Inc. aunts." he recalled of his at Nora Mayo Hall A dinner e C4 IJluh.'!>lIlt1ntI, ''I\'IC'e| __
dance also are scheduled
A committee was appointed to and
Burns said, "the same departure
look Into the problem of stray for Saturday night
thmr that can be said In good At the! Republican conventionIn
The first section of the degree
letterwu
dog In the city after a I
HONE
bed 294
3229
Chicago In 19HO, Hoover
conscience can in equal good
read from Conrad WIrs Jr., of the Ancient and Accepted -
conscience be Interpreted to concerning a dog ordinance his official farewell to the party Order of the Nobles of

mean four or five different Commissioners W. R Ciibb answered by a loud chorus the\ Mystic Shrine will be presented
of 'noes" from the delegates 1a I
things and Jack L. Turner were appoint. at Nora Mayo Hall atItSO !f
Burns is currently under ed. "Unless some miracle eeme pm. Saturday and a second -


heavy fire from Holley for refusal wirs' letter requested the city to me. from the Good Lord, thisis section 1* scheduled for4SO
'
to make his net financial to "utllte the dog pound and to It, !he sM p.m.
worth known to the public and use the service of a dogcatch.r. After the death of his wtf* In The Winter HavenShrtne Club r
last week took a trip to a Nat. ." 1944. Hoover spent lew and 1* hoc for the events. J a s r e] .t sJ e1f

sau bank to refute a charge by The letter said that pets should lets time at their Pate Alto, The Shrtner do extensive LJJ

his GOP opponent that he had be confined "for their protection Calif home preferring to live work tor crippled children and serving commerce /
$1 1.2 million In cash stashed In u well M the protection of the and work at Ms New York are sponsoring research la the

the Bank of Nova Scotia thereOn people and property In the city." apartmentSon help and cure people who hare
taxes of another nature He also recommended that all Herbert Jr i is a consult Incurred burns. An> net income industry & governmentPogo

Burn told the press gatheringthat doge-large or small, be taxed.,,, Inn enitmerr who livo In San from this ceremonial however,
'I will bend every effort! Commissioner Crllbs presided Marino ('alif Allan lives m will be contributed to the building -

;ward repeal of Florida per over the meeting In the absence Greenwich ("onn He ,i- a hU.1 i fund of the Winter Haven

anal property tax of Mayor D. H. Corneal. ne"man Hospital




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October 20 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS CHI! FWINTH HAVEN. FLORIDA Page Three



Court Battle |The Weather--Local, State And National I Coed Crashes 31t11113Y





Looms In IR ; t JJ you Stag Party,


t Sr

Comic FiringLAS 1 FIR (...... Not Impressed

t la +r + C'oL'

t.. ... 4 Sp
VEGAS, Nev. (tiP!) fAIA FAIR .......-\ .A4. e. BERKlLl, Calif. (Urn -
The show was over today but t($ .M Candy Hughes a UnlvrMt\
the dispute between showman 7 c 1 ..poi California coed with a36-21. 36

Ed Sullivan and comedtanjack1 figure, Is definitely all Klrl

Mason may go on for sometime ? But, she disclosed: Monda '

even leading to a court I FA, \ Ot. P4, .1 bdi there apparently are a number .J 5t1F
battle. '- of men on the campus who L

The battleground ranged from -....... .. : that aren't fact.capable to discovering -"',

Sullivan' plush Deeert Inn i g.. AAr3N' In a story for the student .
suite at this gambling mecca to
L newspaper, Dally Californian,
the concrete canyons of New D Miss Hughes dtseioeod that she
York where Mason threatened \ ,0,04 .
,
AIR -male-smoker F
slipped Into an all ... ,
d
to sue Sullivan for libel.
on the campus last Friday
The Issues: SyVWIARS and spent two hours without being

-Mason's alleged "obscene detected.
gestures" during last Sunday :: SNOw FLuMii'J The key she said, was a bit

night's Ed Sullivan show, which I- of "redistribution by Ace ban
the showman claimed was seen I 4-ao-GY dage."

by 50 million VI.w.rs.lndudlnc Miss Hughes, 19, ofAnahclm,
many children. FAIR AND COLDER Most of the nation will be fair with cooler temperatures Showers Calif., Is a reporter for the student

-Sullivan's subsequent cancellation are forecast for the New England states and the middle Appalachians. Bnow flurries are forecast paper.Her .
of a $33,00 contract for the Great Lakes region. adventure started the

calling for Mason's future appearance said with a sign posted last
on five more of his Florida Zones LOCAL OUTlOOK TemperaturesBy week outside Harmon aim(
shows. Generally fair through tomorrow "Men's smoker- --absoluti.il

"The proof Is on tape and all Panhandle High today in the 70's toiled Press InternationalLow dames."
the king's horses and all the Generally fair through Wed. Cooler tonight with low 45 to 55 high Meeting the challenge Miss

king's men can't change it," nesday with mild afternoonsand Winds becoming northerly 20 Albuquerque 20 61 Hughes stuck her long brown
Sullivan said Monday referring rather cold again tonight miles per hour this afternoon AUanta 36 64 hair under a man's black wig,

to Mason'leulures. High today 67 to 72. low tonight: --- IJlI'mlnth.m 31 66Boelon applied a stubble of leant, with +rt
The "obscene gestures" cited 36 to 46 with patches of frost 50 71 threatrlcal gum and put on
by Sullivan consisted of Ma- likely Interior. Northerly winds trousers, tennis shoes and s
BirdLaunching Chicago 36 48
son "thumbing his nose at Sullivan 17 to 28 miles per hour diminishing Early Cleveland 31 50 baggy sweater
Underneath the swealhet was
and the audience" and
slowly becoming northeasterly -- -----
D6Dvei' 38 11II the "bend...." a wide piece of
"making gestures" with hisnng.r hour
10 to 20 miles per Detroit 31 51! elastic.: MIT riniRL; : ADHR IN ('IANCLOWL: MI 4c r.r':. .r-.)I1, shown above she won
at Sullivan and Into the
television camera" the show- late today and continuing Jacksonville 511 85 Thus equipped, Miss Hughes the MI' Cheerleader t: \ at ,nre'.3 arder.ila: ', <. .:.111 l .J the r-i:: : : ::1. n" )f IIdl',

man said. through WednesdayNorth .. Kansas City :iii 61 went to the smoker passed two ant Vulvorslt: ) Fn'T' hen. t' football team pis l U.o i .c'' : I Miami,, An' irdina[ : student ,
Mason in New York said he Lot Angeles 66' 96 "chest tests," and made thor she appeared en i v in i ell the Truth" l.iM a. i T diibed ttio Ml\ uc iicidcr
would sue. Miami 68 83kluml Gogh Investigation of tin goings- contest hero which t ipor''. nd by the promotionnm< >\IM.''; ?f the Wmtor lUvnn i lumber.
Is ScheduledLOS on. of Commerce In cooperation with. Cypress (,ardCln .
"I did make some gestures Generally fair and cooler lItach 68 83
but I didn't mean to do any through Wednesday High today Twin Cities 311 f2 Actually, she reported was

thing vulgar" the comedian 65 to 70. low tonight 38 to 45. ANGELES UPI New Orleans 00 68 not as exciting as one mighteiect. I
said. "It didn't enter mind. miles ( ) -Plans : XB70 Escapes Damage In Explosion
He has no right to my Northerly winds 20 per were being made today for the New York 47 64 "Quite a few of the guys were
contract that renege on a hour. launching next March otthe Ear. Orlando 18 85 drunk and noisy. The entertainment -
he has with
me ly Bird, a high-powered versionof Philadelphia 43 :58Pboemx
for five more shows." wouldn't have been too EDWARDS AFB Calif. UP
( ) n.r supersonic sirllners-was dent wore Cheater I.. Pernula,
the Syncom IB satellite II 84
Northeast now bad It you could have hoard the -America's $1 t 5 billion XB70etwaped damaged 44, Palmdele, Calif., and Ivan
used to "
being relay Olympic Rall'jeh 44 61
Generally fair and cooler singing damage Monday when An Investigation Into the Mayo, 14. Lancaster Calif.,
high today Games pictures from Tokyo to St. Louia 211 5& But all In all, she dcld: d.ther"1 a fuel tank .
S t. PTA through Wednesday. America. exploded In flames cause of the explosion was Cart Smith, 41 Lancaster;
Joseph 70, low tonight 40 to 45. Norther. Early Bird will\ have two and SaD Francisco 84 87 really no reason fur but five. men were Injured. started Immediately, the Air M. Sft. Maurice Langley, 43,
Seattle 42 611 other girls to follow her
ex
winds 20 miles hour. ForM reported. Belleville Ohio and Sterkof
ly per and half times the power and two ample. The explosion and fire occurred P. A.
56
and a half times the band widthof Tampa 81WnhlDatu.n shortly after the Air Critically Injured InthesoelJICKASS Cast Lancaster received minor
43 60 "In fact she said, "ven the ,
To Hear PrexyThe Central Syncom III, Leo D. Welch, men should forget about them." Force eancelod the fourth tnJurl.l.All
Generally fair through Wednesday chairman of the Board of Com. scheduled test night of the huge POlO were. netted' at the base

High today 70'.. Cooler munications Satellite Corp. triple-sonic bomber because of hoepital.IIULDWDTI
FREE: IIRTIIIZF.RLAS
Home BuildersTo CERRO DE PASCO. PeruUPI
October meeting of St. tonight with low 45 to 55 Winds COMSAT, told a news confer technical difficulties.A ,
VEGAS Nev UPD-( \ ( \) Jackass polo I.! a
popular
Joseph's PTA will be held In becoming northerly 2fi miles once Monday. fuel truck perked alongside
Hear Talk The following'advertisement snort In this mountain ,
Father Anderson Hall at 8 p.m hour this afternoon. Welch also told the United the revolutionary 1,000mile city FREE
on Wednesday per States Independent Telephone was carried Monday by the I... M-hour plane on the runway die of i big U -owned copper

Dr. Fred Lenfestey, president South Association convention that ear. By Dave HullDave Vegas. nevlfw.Journal' blew up and burs! .nto flames mine
[
of Polk Junior College will Generally fair through Wed. ly bird will be the forerunnerof 'Free fertiliser Tall W4 3006 II'It was removing highly Became no proper' polo poneI.a
be the guest speaker. communications satellites \Hull, of Consolidated Insurance between Sam and S p m" volatile JPfl fuel from the XBTO. are readily available. tram
The officers for the nesday High today 80 to 85. with three times Its power and will present the program The telephone" number Is that Air Force flreftghllng crews formed by American and prruvlan BtJMPE11 ,..rltttEHbH.av.ws
are: low in tonight.
year Cooler with 50's
Mrs. James with potential that "strains the at tonight's meeting of the of the local Republican headquarters quickly put out the flames lie- employes of the mini, cur deft) t-ebbv
Henry president; winds 10 to 15 miles a fur
la
Northerly 't-
Don Blazer Imagination even of the sclen. Home Builders' Association of tore the tmliiue XB70 Forerun- puratlon play on burro back M4
vice
president; hour becoming 20 miles
per lists who have developed it." Greater Winter Haven according
Mrs Ralph Brown recording hour ,
tonight
per The launching is expected to to T. L. Whitehead prooIdent. -
secretary: Mrs William Upp be nearly two years earlier Call No. 451 Call No. 4S1

corresponding secretary; and Keys than previous estimates Whitehead and other members Charter No. nil Charter No. 1S270
Hernan Granda treasurer Generally fair High today 82 If Early Bird performs sue who attended the state Report of Condition of Report of Condition of

Committee chairmen are Ed. to 85. Cooler late tonight and cessfully in the March test, convention In Miami last week THE AMERICAN NATIONAL lANK THE AMERICAN NATIONAL lANK
die Smythe ways and meant; Wednesday Low tonight in 60'. Welch said, the Syncom system will report on the convention IN WINTER HAVENOf IN CYPRESS GARDENSOf
Don Blazer program; Mrs H. Mostly north winds 10 to 15 seems the most likely to be activities. Garden
W. Owen membership Hernan miles per hour becoming 20 adopted by COMSAT for global Members planning to go to Winter Haven Cypress
Granda, awards; Mrs. Paul miles per hour tonight communications the Florida Georgia football I In the State of Florida at the CIo,. of Ivvlnett on In the State of Florida, at the Clots of 8uilneii en

Sutton, publicity, and Mrs W. game Nov. 7 with the special October 1. W4 October 1. 1964
Wilkin, home room builders group should get their Published in response to cell made by Comptroller of Published in response to cell made by Comptroller of

tickets at tonight's meeting as the Currency, under Section 5211.1 U S. Recited Statute the Currency, under Section 5211 U S, Revlied Statute

Inflation It .uetly! life. ..... Soviet Leaders Open tickets are limited Whitehead ASSETS ASSETS

I .. mfl. It miktl you fill! wonI pointed out I 1. C th, balancei with other beaks snd 1 I. Cash, balances with other bsnki, snd
I d.rful-right up to the moment The meeting will be held at csih Items In protest of collection $ 1,526,104.23 cash 1..1" process of collection f (I98.4SI.I8/

I wh.n" It'i too I.t. to correct Stole Hall, the police reoroa- 2. United Ststei Government 00)194.tioni ) 2. United State Government obliga
It.
Door For China TalksMOSCOW tlon social building hour at 6:10 beginning p.m. followed with a direct end guaranteed (Net of lions, elj.ctld guaranteed (Net of

TONIGHT' ,IS THI NIGHTTO by dinner at 7:30 p.m. .ny reiorvet) 2,371,W. 14 lAY reiervei) . . 495,456.88
GO OUT TO THI MOVItSIVl 3. Obligation! of SUtti and political 3. Obligation of States and politlcaisubdivisions !

i The Soviet One is that they would win subdivision ( Net of sny reserves)1. IOS5,044.0I ( Net of reserves None

Union's new leadership appar- time to map new tactics against RadioacJivcDebris 4, Other bond, notes, and debentures 4. Other bonds, notes, anon debenture
ently is opening back door for Peking's bid for world Communist (including $241,112.50 securities of (Including $241.112.50 securities of
Soars
talks with Communist China leadership. Federal, agencies and corporations Federal agencies and corporation
C.I.... Skows from 2 ,.11I. Western said
diplomats today. net guaranteed by U. S.I ( Net of not guaranteed by U, S.I (Net of
e Today thru Thursday They said the firing of Premier The other Is the bvorabls( reaction Over U. S.
At 2:25.6,20.1:20: : : Nlklta S. Khrushchev that could be expected any reierveil) . . 248,112.SO sny' reserves) . " None

The MoMmmrol Motion makes a renewal of talks with from some of the Communist WASHINGTON UPO-Rsdlo-, 5. Loans and dncounta (Net. of any ,.. 5. Loam and diiteuMt ( Net of sny re.

Picture Meshed ly Which Peking possible, because the leaders in Eastern Europe who active debris from Red ( hlna', ..r'1) .- 6,210,211.84 serves ) . . . . . 700,867.66

All Othon Are Mtowrosl Chinese had called openly for felt Khrushchev went too far atomic lest ws expected to be 1. Fi.od atsets 427.09S.96 8. Find assets . . . 81.747.80

his dismissal as a condition for too fast In his quarrel with the oaring high over the central 10. Other aueti 64.813.63 10. Other sued. . . . . 10241.54
better relations. Chinese. United States today,

The But the diplomats saw little Both Moscow and Official predict little If any II. TOTAL . 1,910,74.31 II. TOTAL ASSETS . . . $1.486.765.06
One, chance that Khrushchev's successors were Peking fallout at, ground .level for the ASSETSLIAIILITIIS/ LIAIILITir/ :
talking ChineseCommunist
Only Leonid L, Brezhnev Communist and part PremierAlexei chief Chief unity.MaoT.e-teng time being.rtesltk, and.tensed generally e.pIft 12 Demand depoiiti of Individuals, 12. Demand deposits of Indivldua part.

N, Kosygln, could easily Monday expressed the wish that Icsni no to Amer ptrtnerihips, and corporation* $ 6,726,061.84 nerihipi, and corporation . $ 530.528.10 i

And solve the differences betweenthe the two parties would untte "on Dr Lester Madrts, veteran 13. Time and saving* deposit of Individ'ualt 13. Time end isvlngt deposits of' Individ I

OrieinaII two Communist powers the basis" of Marnism-Unln- forecaster of lest cloud pat partnerthipt, and corporatism 3,197,194.1 usli, partnerships, and corporation 336.7S9.IS
Ism.
r In London, qualified Chinese tens for the Weather. Bureau, 14 Deposits of United States Govern. 14. Deposits of Un<)ed States Government" 7,590.84

sources indicated Monday night Brezhnev made a.I.Uarap- estimated Monday. that high.altitude "meet . . . . I3S.680.I9S34.I7S.48
that Peking Is In no hurry to peal at a rally for the three portions of the Chinese 15. Deposit of States end poKtioal, tubdiviiloni 15 Deposits of States end pofttitsl ubdiviiloni .

come to terms with the Soviets new Switt spacemen .bomb cloud have 'been ..tlbI, . . . . , . . . . 262500.00
and want them to make the
first eastward st around 90 toUes an 16. De'poiiti of benki . . . S9.I99.89.
t move.of i Chinese They said nuclear the device explosion the But the diplomats Mid that hour since the Friday test, 17. Ce.ifi.dld officori check etc. 76281.02 17. C..ifi.dlel officsn chlC '. .... 31,121.12
between
Ideological difference
has reinforced Peking's the two parties are now North He put their arrival ovec 18. TOTAL DEPOSITS IO,92I.S9).27 /18. TOTAL DEPOSITS $1,176.206.91
America
st
a pott Just
prestige and may have hardened so great that there Is no easy -
Its position way to achieve unity. north of the U S Canadian border (h ) Total demand (lat Total demand

Diplomats in London said The course tfcetesfter deposit . $ 7,281,31.42 deposits; . 516,941,16i
should be south
the most to be expected from over MceUoa
/ II II I\ I Into the plats statesTV
Moscow-Peking talks at this
(Ibl Total time" Ibl Total time
time would be a propagandatruce. Costello NamedTo Rods exphKbd. tfc.tr
I bomb in the air st s desert and sevingsdeposits and levrngideposits

h hAOSiiNN8 Despite the poor prospects Top Club By test site Hi $... wester' $ ),1,647,194 ; $ 599,259.15

I success, diplomats in Moscow most rtriuese province .
feel a resumption of the talks New York Life 22. Other KabWtiei . . . H4.93I.S9 22. Other Kabtiet, . . . 12,46865

would bring Breinner and Kosy NO riuROE nun
gin at least two advantages. Thomas F. Coetello Winter TYLER Te flT'U The 23. TOTAL LASIUTIEI.11).124.16/ / / 23. TOTAL LIABILITIES . . . 1201675.56
Haven has qualified as a member CAPITAL ACCOUNTS CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
i BPJllI Miin tUMOR driver of the eat Hist aft sdM
of the lM4 Top Che of NewYork In the wsK of die Tfterpolice 26. Common itotli-p" value per these 26. Common" iteci-per vefce. per t*.'e

N {iI NEAR fRAiICE NUIEEM. 4r Life Insurance Conoeay. stat.... explain ....- $ 10.00 $10.00

.. 85 New The York Top Club Life's is oompoeid, of day that the Wake p4el' bed No. iharei .thoriied; 27.000 No shares ..th.rlied 15,000
: outstanding
'aF agents and is based I...- I.... elf.Fishing. No. insret **tit *di"'g 27.000 No. shares wMsndina 15,000
o Friday & Saturday upon with his but Total estee' $ 150,000.00
for
64 sales records, according to sway Tetsl per value" $ 270,00000 pas

,:t.' Jams DM OVER ? General Manager Scott M. Lee to top the ear he pawed 27. Surplus . . . . 430.000.00 27.Surpdus. . . . . . 75,000.00
t '....01. Tiff.. i OR of the company's Tempe general down oo the aeeeierator 21. Undivided! proMi . 97.220.S2 28. Undivided profits . . . S3.089.SO
"THE LIVELY SET" office No charges were fled ....... __ n_

AS a member of the Top the driver police petrolmaa 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 797.220 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 278.089.50
*t "AYI FULL 'IN'0..*TIOK' ON A E: Turk The
deportment
HAVEN DALE Club. Costello... Quail Hod to re. II, TOTAL LIABILITIES/ AMD ---- 31 I TOTAL IIAIIIITIIS AND

if DRIVE-IN CONiUIENULCiUALiT COMPun attend thin year's IdIK aclOOl1CIOIIf.r fu"nt'i hut inturs lid damage that tell the CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 11 Ml 0,745.11 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $1.486.765.06
none
mate
THEATRE GOLDEN 65 Nov 4at Holly Turk I I. James A. M.ie, Comptroller; of the 'beve.e.med I I. lei Heed, Executive Vice President, of the above-
wood FTa. His offices in led squad or wet drtrfegw
are
o Lent nines Tonitt7.M Draws Boiling on Central Are -, getting old beck do hereby declare that this report of oodMen I il named bank, do hereby declare. that this report of condition .
HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM true and correct to the belt of my knowledge sod beKef. I If true end correct to the belt of my knowledge en4
; eW 111S; JAMES A. GLAZEWe betel
Aevlt l.r.r....
PETER ULLflS '. No health swoctlonso the We the director attest the correctness
IN the underttgiMd director sliest corroctnen underlined
"A SHOT DARK"w.k Ev.ryeo4y icc.ptd HAVENDALE of this report of oondMon end declare that It h.i been of this report of .eWJ-rJe, +1 aid declare that it hsi beeneismined

iltoAt THE s.-- f C.leri, o Us kven4-evt to $15,000 of hi hotprlsl.benefits for hot MINT, IOOY SHOP I. GARAGE ..."/;,..ed by ul end U the belt ef our knowledge sod by u. od to the belt of our knowledge and
s'sensesENROLLMENT
betel J It true ,lid ..,rec'. beKef I U t'II'lel .." .ct.
t-0 21 f..-. Oorf ENDS OCTOttl 31 34rh St of Heve.dd.. N.W, ANDREW P. IRELANDA ANDREW<< P. IRELANDA.

JOHN WANE ItASLCY INSURANCE fhoee ZtJ.Ut7 SUMMEftLING. SUMMEftLIN

MAl/llfM/ O ><*** rn"McuNTOCK" AGENCY CARLTON DORR 6, CARLTON DORR
Color .. CTMUT ALL WORK GUARANTEED Director
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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA




Winter Haven Daily. News-Chief Today's PEOPLE'S CHOICEProject Television I In Review I IBy


w. E. KYNIRSON Editor Puklutwr

JOHN W HVNMSON Ait,ttM .. the PuHllf.trPubl do I? Snipping away .il,
liners,
RICK DU BROW
Saturday by W. Winter Hate Commentary ImClnary plant during hI'Imactnll'Y
"thtd daily ( tic.p (' It 1',1 Press International an

'ublihrHCo Inc. lit I )><> Stu.t NW, WmUr Mote. H.r.oa llf n I.I.VWOOD (UPI) "The "hmmm gardening. ,. too Lahr out r"'_

CHARLES GOSHORN ft....r.1 l M....... for !sticks," which NBC.TV marked, And during the at,
By K.C. TIIALER per''I1!,<-d! Sunday night, ha* mtriture being struck Ian I
JACK BEAHAN A..eci.le &d. e> United PrcM International' I 4'' off-Broao. rjuctlon, upon
_. i 'j tifct : years you know where, i III
PETER J SULLIVAN AeVortltifto; M."...r LONDON Britain which i isMlllni x :1111"1 I Its 57 backers a arrow clasped his I Id, ,
-. bum to Cuba 'In deli I .LJ i i I'r cent profit, made munificently The video <
spa ;(
":
NATIONAL ADVERTISING IIt.ISIN''VI anee of the American blockade' (3 '11\11 $1 million and had to his heart of Us I
CfclCMQ. 'IIEn "1 In this certainly had one hit
S".MO'' a Arrocut.s, I..c. II I now pushing a similar deal r ;':r 200 productions the teaming 01
In !
+r ,. d-; S._ond CI... M. Mitter$ Sept. 6, 1414.h. Peal O lco with Red China. L t: T1nli, and abroad had Lahr moments and Holloway. And amour

,n W,nt., Ha....,. Fig.,d. imdef aef e< March t. UTt Moves an under way for aNt Tro i uslcal story, which by Tom Jones aM
but contract with Pekingto rrn a tf Icv1 lon cast of Bert Lahr, the songs Schmidt in the hour

match the L.:a-le/II: oiioway i Ricardo Harvey
'Vt- 25 million dollar
MEMBER AUDIT BtHUAUtfllTl bittersweet "Try toRemember"
l ML tattm\ Susan Watson and were the
Cuban deal.Sample. : and "Soon It',,
OF CIRCULATION Jcl-i Davidson< 1* *o simple
will be shown at the "
the latter ,
YW. Rain, oJ
the kind Gonna
that It hardly seem
.
... British Industrial Fair to be work of double meaning
haunting
colo..alltaUs.
staged In Peking next month to promote such which Barbra Streisand ha-
whimsically
MEMBER and
Ucs Fancifully
Ac$i.. M.mbtr JNlItO PRESS INTERNATIONAL when other exhibits of British It tell of a boy and girl whose recorded memorably.

NATIONAL EDITORIAL the United Preii n erir'fled, to *". uiea Industry also will be displayedto fathers bring them together by The Hallmark firm whicr

ASSOCIATION r.publitatien of oil I tool ntwi print whet the appetite of Red ,',"" wall between their sponsored "The Fantasticks,"
: : building a
calm ski:: nowipapor will *i all DPI;i I China machine.starved economy ; lllon Interrupted It only once, at the
'1964 (, yards and:
., ,
wi Ditoatchti 1 to their love The lovers how. midway point, for a commer

ADVERTISING DEADLINE The move Is part of a determined ever, learn that a fake abduc. cial, saving the others for the

British campaign for the fathers beginning and the end
CLASSIFIED I C:PARTMENTDy tlon attempt planned by
the Word 5 P.M. Prtv out Dav ly th. Inch: 1PM. P,..,oul .oOy. more trade with the Communist and a bandit is a trick,

LFQ.I Not,c.. S P.M. Prtvoul; D
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: Bamboo curtains seek adventure In the world.
Sunday Ed t,an-1 P.M. Thursday. Monday Ed,t on-1 P.M. Friday: British Conservatives and La. Later he returns and all concerned
,
TimJ.y Ed,<,on-Noon Salu'd.y. W.dn.id.y. Thurtd.y. and Friday AlmanacBy
141,100-, f.M. Two Day on Ad.ancM.fflb. bodies! are at one In advocating +; : are wiser In the ways of
more East.West trade understanding:

., South.' N.wtpap.r Publnhori+ Attociati which incidentally they also + ee it '' of J I have no basis of comparisonwith Press International
*
Mombor Fiord P.n Anoci.lion consider as an Incentive for l I the play because I kept
1 t Tuesday Oct 20 the
- Today
--- ,
progressive ny It harboring the BUS.plclon
easing of the cold avoiding ,
.
TELEPHONE CYprou 1 Jlfl
'r 294th day of 1934 with 72 to tot
i ,
._ .- : that It would be as fey,

war.Britain has rejected American ; dELEC17pry precarious and embarrassing lowThe

objections to her private Indus 4 as having a tailored poodle moon Is full.
For
Thought Today"And try supplying buses to Fidel around the house And now I The Mars morning and Venus.stars are Jupiter

Castro Cuba a is am sorry because Sunday ,
i night' one hour video abridgement The evening stars are Saturn
She
(so that may know) what is the exceeding recognizes the Cuban
you / government and holds there Is In color, was a beguiling and Jupiter.

(immeasurable and unlimited) greatness of His no justification under diplomat .r experience, romantic funny, American educator John

power to us-uard who believe according to (demon- Ic protocol to halt trade The tuneful, personal, and with an Dewey was born on this day In
intelligence of lyric and scriptto
strated) the working of his mighty poner which same goes for Red China But added depth 1859On
Britain does : 41 4i suggest an this day in history:
not sell
he wrought in Christ when He raised Him from the war materials to either arms of or i-- tft i which is not really as important In 1873, P. T. Barmun openedthe
them
dead and set Jinn at His own right hand in the and has undertaken to bar the ? 1 as the simple pleasure. The Hippodrome in New York
by play
plot was suggested a city to house his "greatest
heavenly (places)." I ph. I :19-20 export of products to Cuba and by Edmond Rostand, author show on earth."

This position to which our Lord is now elevatedis enhance Red China their that are likely to Memories of "Cyrano de Bergerac." In 1918, the Germans accepted
war potentials "The Fan.
For all its assets,
that which His to Hit birth in Bethlehem President Wilson's terms to end
.
was prior Britain says she adheres AlertBy tastlcks," is basically so thin
World War I.
-Dr. Albert L. Canuttii strictly to the Allied security and fragile a piece, from Its In 1944, American troops land
embargo 20 YEARS AGO
governing relations unexceptional "wisdom" to Its
with the Red nations though The "Jay shots' ", newly I content, that its success rests ed on the eastern coast of

again she feels that it could be MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Ret. organized auxiliary of Winter almost wholly on striking a perfect Leyte Gulf In the PhilippinesIn

eased Haven theatrical mood-and that 1953, Cpl. Edward Dicken
substantially In the light Junior Chamber of
of AnalystA is what its cast and son one of 23 soldiers who re
news Chief Editorials changing international condi Commerce held it first producer.
fused after Korea
lions organizational meeting director, George Schaefer, repatriation
Economic achieved Sunday night, As the asked to be returned.
pressures at home how can any President having
are likely to lead to still QUESTION? 10 YEARS AGO worldly wise narrator and ban.
great taken an oath to defend our Con..titullon
We Endorse Goldwater er efforts to expand trade with Former President Kennedy and our country stand Winter Haven't first municlpallyowned dlt, Montalban displayed a flair A thought for the day -
Barry the and now President Johnson tolerates parking lot and mood.setting control that American novelist Will Cather
Communist nations American opened
on an before the flag, our
and approve of Adlai Steve without compensated for his occasional said: "No one can build securIty .
Today, the Daily News-Chief indorses Senator Increasing scale enson as our Representative to great seal, and make speeches formality. vocal deficiencies As the lov. upon the nobleness of in,
In opposition to the United for liberty freedom, peace appeal
Barry Goldwater for the United Nations. This S YEARS AGO ers Miss Watson and Davidson other "
President of the United StatesWe State Britain has thus decided man to Cod, and at the same time person.
speaking for them, with their ap. Experts were predicting the were so appealing and good to
believe his to extend back such Stevenson?
firmly in Inherent honesty, and long term credits to a man as
proval, advocates openly, and listen to that both certainlystamped
federal
Senator Goldwater government 1960 centus
in his sound thinking We believe that he Russia of up to fifteen years. that Barry Middle Age When the girl
will restoreto boldly we lose our Identity would never deceive the American would show Winter Haven themselves as comers.
Credits will
also be granted to as a nation, our Constitution I I don't have to tell you smile at thinks you are
the high levels\ of our government a much-modi Red China If people In this manner He s metropolitan population guess
prospects for expanded our armed forces, our flag our you too much about the head. one of her father friends
moral tone. We believe that he will serve the peopleas trade prove promising. courts, our churches and, our will choose real Americans as to be 31.000 with 20,000 of _

President without dictation from BIG interestin Behind this policy lies partly schools, and be subjected to the his cabinet members, advisors, those residents living within
any and above all select a man who
the limits ON
city
the nation. the assumption that other na rule of an organization poly. loves and believes In our Amer. YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
lions In West Europe auch as riot foreign nations.

We also believe that his fiscal policies will bring France and possibly Germanywill In the name of common sense lea, our Constitution to the United, a*Nation a representative The creates of faults is to

about a much sounder government than we have at sooner or later also seek be conscious of none WOIO.TY WFIATVClMMMl vmv.TV I WTYT-TY
more trade opportunities bihlndthe Ch'1I01 6 I ChannelAIC E CII...l IICIS
the present time We believe that he will\ fight this CIS NIC
Iron Curtain
and Britain
gradual movement of all\ power to Washington. We wants to be there first. Letters To The EditorDear -Ortondo Tempo" 0".41. Tempe

believe that he will fight socialism and support indi- But some experts have put a Tuesday NIGHT Oct 20iOO
damper
on overextended
hopes
vidual freedom! responsibility and initiative. _
by pointing out that the Com. ___ _
Goldwatir is certainly not dominated by big muniuls' have little to offer In Dear Editors Mr. Burns'bank account Nassau Editor: : -NIWI N.WI, Sport., AIC N.wi 'wi,. H...*
Correction please) on your I 4.IS-$p rf., Wthtr W.thsr Now, W..th.r Sport., Wtk.r
bosses of labor, the big city boss nor the big business exchange and that trade ii like. front page news release "Candidate 10. He had not personally ward am to the anxiously day after looking the Elec-for- JO-CIS New NBC N.... Aqutniutt CIS N...

bosses. Nor do think he ly to be a one sided affair for at the Crossroads" 15 t:45-CIS News NBC Nsw' Aquincutii CIS News'
we talks out of both Rides of spent years trying to pass lion on Nov. 3 when I listen to ---- .- .
his mouth when he speaks to the el'ctoratt'-he comes a would long therefore time to come. This. Thursday, October IS. the bill to license private de the evening newscasters.I know 1.00-C.r 54, Wh.,. Award Th..tr.- -Aqu.n.ut.--- Andy--Griffith- -
require financial
1. I look 99 but
I
am
may tectivesas he would only have what they will say "Senator 7:1 IS- Are You "It tit of Aqutniuti Andy Griffith
closest to the average American's concept of a man resource which neither not retired yet and spend many been 24 years of age 15 year Barry Coldwater fell far short TID-SI.tt.ry' Babylon Combat) T". MuniUnTh

who will work for all\ citizens.We Britain nor any other European busy happy hours at the Haven ago. He has been a member of of his anticipated total. However 7:45-: P.opl.! A?< nit Combat) Mu."."
country could afford for any Hotel- -as do other fine the Florida House of
many Representatives he was elected Presidentof
believe that he will not infringe on the length of time In Cuba British young citizens of Polk County since 1960 and Minority the United States" I.00-Sl.tt.ry'i the Son of Comb.tl World War I

powers of Congress, which is the branch of government trade has already come up In fact, we regard the Haven Leader since 1962. TV Viewer I al:.30 IS--R.d P.opl.Sk.lton Gordon H.reul.i Scott Comb.tl' World War t tMcHalo
Rod. '
gamut l this problem Hotel as a central meeting place 11. Mr. Ilolley was in his i Navy Skillet
directly representing the people, and keep the 1.45-11. Sk.lton Award Tktr McHalo Navy Rod Skelton
.
.
.
for of all -and
groups ages- year room at the Haven Hotel (reservations -- -- --- ---- --
executive branch of our government in its Iropt'rrole Worry: like a rocking chair, round too. The men who live at having been made t:09-R.d Sk.lton Survival Th* Tycoon Rod. Sk.lton'

on the national scene We also fed that he will I will Rive you something to do the Haven Hotel or spend a lot for some two weeks prior)when Dear Editor t:1 IS-R.d Skillet Survlv.l Th. Tycoon Rid Sk.lton

fight for Constitutional! but It won't get you anywhere.wellwishers of time there have remarked Mr. Burns left the Hotel May I suggest to Mr. John ':10-Poll* cal TWTWTW P.yten Place Political _
government and try to keep they object being called ".Id- Other than these few corrections Tanner, and any other Interested P45.- Sldwtr' TWTWTW No. I Goldw.t.r

proper balance between the Supreme Court and! the erly ladle" party to send twenty centsto
It was a good story I 10.00-Th. Doctors a Olympic; l'44 The Fugtv Naked City
other branches of our government 2. No blood was expected to "I was there" Freedom Magazine, 6413 10:11-: Th. N...., Olympic l"*4 Th. Fugitivu Naked. City
flow Franklin Ave, Los Angeles 28, 10 ID Th Doctert 1
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Olympics 164 Th. Fugitive Naked. City
Goldwater appears to have a clear conception of 3. No barricades were used Calif, and ask for "How Solve IQ4S: The Nurm Olympic, 164 The F.gIi., Naked. City

the meaning of communism and its relationships\ with 4. No gun check was set up. Dear Editor the Social Security Scandal" by .
I content to remain Mark Andrews I 11:00-N.w. 1'01.' ..", Spt Wtr Ntwilm 1'01.'
quite
was Sp.rt.
5. The opera was anything but ""
our nation. he is not deluded! by any theory of comic and there was music quiet and enjoy all those nice Many of us are concerned not II:IS-Sporti. Wth.r Olympic 1964 Et.ral, W'I"., Wth.r, Ural

co-existence We have 11:30-TK..tr. of Tonight Show Lat Show T..,.... "
never had an aggressive atti- 6. Mr Burns was enter elephant jokes being distributedby about "who Is going to Get 11 4S th "Night
: Stan .
tude toward handling communism and it's time we tained In the beautiful dining Senator Coldwater until he our $80,000- but where has It Tenight Show Lat S".w._ Merle' __ _

room of the Haven Hotel, not In pinned the Fascist label on the Gone 1"Thla
did Goldwater should be able to lead us in the the Palm Room as atated. Democratic party. Is a four page article Wednesday MORNING Oct. 21TV

proper paths. For these, and many other reasons, the 7, Mr. Burn was on the air Having no black shirt as a with facts At the end of 1958 _

Dally News-Chief is proud to endorse him for President 38 minutes, not 5 as stated In badge I hereby promise to renounce Social Security was $298 billionIn 7:00-Almun.e Today Show "A.M."
the story. all black lingerie for the the red, and In 1962 $320 7II-W.k..Up Teday Show News "A.M."

t. Mr. Ilolley did not stride good of my party. billion In the red. 7:1D- Movl. Tedsy Show Mickl. h.n "A.M."
t 7:4-N.
W'the "
i through the lobby, he enteredthe In return I expect to see We are already paying for --- Today.-.--Sh.w- Mickii Iou, "A.M.
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DAILY CROSSWORD Republican Headquarter Senator Ostrich trampled by a hospltallutlon for ourself, and IOo-c.I.I": Tedsy S"ow Mickis Even C.'n'

ACKOS3! 2, Around 23 Drink- M {y ) Q from the porch of the Hotel- disgusted elephant and kickedon adding Medicare to Social Security 1:11-: Kanpreu Tedsy S"ow Mlckiu 1..1 Ku..,..

Division: 3. Girl. ing without entering the Hotel. his muddy platform by a mad Is something hope will I.IO-C.pl.i. Teduy. Shoe Cartoonvllle Caplole'

herS name cup n 4L r I +t ny 9. Mr. Ilolley said he did donkey See you at the polls.Hurricane .. not happen to our paycheck. 145- Sang,.. leday Show Car.eenvtllu .Kaepree

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rare own maintenance :: 1100' for '
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OAILY NEWS.CHIEF Tuesday, October 20 1964 Page S'District
r i( N! LutheranWomen's

WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CNIEF
J League


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v: Mendames. Paul England and
j' Harold Nordby were delegatesto
: the biennial convention of the
w Lutheran Women's Missionary
League of the Florlda-Georgia
District In Jacksonville
Mr. Enghnd I. president of
the Grace Lutheran Church t nit
and vice-president of the ,one,
Ut.d, BiLUC cuts
by t which Includes Christian Growth
rxsrall Chairman

Around The TownCunninghams' The major and minor projects
adopted for the next biennium
were providing scholarships for
persons entering the church m i in.
Enjoy Extended 1..rYll'ld chancelfssrniahingsfor|
misekm Congregations Ii the
last biennium fifty congregationswere
provided chancel fUrlil iJj.ings .
Vacation Trip Out West ..Ten scholarships were i ro.vlded .

The Rev. August Derntb.il
rt Mr and Mrs. Walter Cunningham have returned I president of the Lulhern Church.,

to their home here after a four.month vacation trip i Mo Synod of the Florlda-OeorKla

through the west Kn route, they spent ten days at tins District He, reminded addressed those the conven.attend.

Hot Springs, Ark. and then went on to Santa Monica Ing they had done well In the past

Calif. for amt with their niece, MIM Jennie Me- but they should give Cod the
glory and try to do even betterIn
Carty, formerly of this city. the future. A; r rr

F They Minted Sequoia and Yosemite National Ir .' oleo!; "ueke '1

Park. At Lake Tahoe ...
: Mr Cunningham enjoyed fishing I HOSPITAL -- -z -- -

with old friends, and caught several large Mack. AT BRIDAL PARTY loft to right, Mrs. John Parker. Mrs.Carl Knorr her daughter I
maw Trout. They also visited Reno- and Las Vegas, | NEWS Miss Jean Knorr the rile L'1ct, and Miss Jud\ Parker Mra Parker Md her I duRh'er' wore
lin >*<;XM Mr the mvtnt
Nev before returning home ,
I MISS GLENDA RAI BLACK MONim MIV.10\S)
Mrs Gertrude VUlmot. who Mr. and Mra. C. II. Monelth Winter Mates Coffee Honors Bride-Elect I

I wintered at the Wis.Flo Hotel of Stow, Ohio are expected to Mrs Ida V. Dearmc Ar
Miss Black Is BrideElectMi for many years, is now making arrive within a few days and thur S. Klngibury Donald Miss Carolyn J p "n Knurr ed. the outwork cloth vlth allcrystal
her home at the Methodist may spend the winter season Davis, Mrs Gordon V Mead 'rIJc.ehoct of C.an' llama of St appointments an l faint;'
Christian Home In Eiydrla. here. Mr. Au, Ustlni. was tnnnt.'e i at a party sandwiches an,I n'fresh.!
Monteith is retired Mies Vivian L. MOIIIgom'Y
'. and Mrs \\illiam E. Black are announcing Ohio. .ornliiK coffee |glirn 1 ly Miss mints In green and white
Mayor of Stow and he and Mawife
Master Ricky R Herscv Mater
> ,
the Judy larker ..n,1 I her mOlh.r. Guests were received 1the
of their
engagement daughter Blenda Rai to friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Mary E Boucher Mbs Mrs. Juhn H Parker .
The Martha at their hostesses, the homioo si-i'tier
Ray Holland Mcknight, SI on of Mr and Mrs. Henry Circle of Grace Walter Howard are shopping Donna M Blare blues DiamM nome In Lake Alfred.. Saturday mother Mrs. L Carl Kllorr if
E. McKnight of Auburnd Lutheran Church will meet to- for a winter home in this area Powell. Clarence HGrcxnc ,r ornlng Winter Haven I-a['hwni|I're'i.nt.
The bride-to.be li a nativeof morrow morning at 1:30: in Mrs Calvin Wtmber T The bride's chosen colors of .d with a corsage ant, a hid
Andalusia, Ala. She moved He Is a member of the Baptist the home of Mrs. Chester Mr and Mrs. Lewis Hunt ly Mrs John J. Doyle, JohnR. ,reen and white were pr doml from the hostesses
here at an early age and was Church. Shaffer 2809 Avenue U, NW. who spent many winters herewith MacCalla, Asa M Harm, ant In the table netting A can.lerpleee Intaapltalttir'cwere
graduated this past spring Plans are ocmg made for a Plans for the fall bataar will the formers sister, Mrs llalnes City of yellow and white Miss Ten Watkins, Men tames
from the Winter Haven High November 7th wedding in the be discussed end a full attendance A. Gamble are now making Elwha D. Loike ruses and white tapers with A H. n...., Jim Lowe, Robert
School where she was a member Inwood Baptist Church. is urged their home in Clair Shores, Eagle Lake 1 1 1v .miniature flower circlet.adorn. Turner, Don Sutton, Robert F

of the Cooperative Education Mich Mrs Mary E. Lastingu Brooks, C B. Rodgers, and
I Herman Jones.Approximately.
Club and. Prolibra Club. Lake Wales (
She Is .* member of the Methodist Mrs K J. llmkson has re, Raymond E. Shorn Yacht 50 guests call.
ed the
Church and la at presenta turned after spending the pant AuburndaleMrs. Junior during morning

student at the Lakeland week visiting in Sarasota with Kate L. McCambell| .t '1.'I Clubbers To
Business Institute.Mr. Mr. and Mrt John Lawrey Mrs James E. Thompson i S( .
McKnight, a native of Iii.W, Garner W. JiMObt James E Attend Game Debby McNair
DeFuniack Springs. was graduated Mrs V>'. W. Rogers, who has SmgMon Mrs. Robert c. PERKY 8TACEE WILLITS
from Walton High School been confined to the Winter Chain 1. Mrs. John II. Davis, celebrated. her third birthday Junior members" of the Lake Has Birthday
there in 1962 where he was Haven Hotpital, left yesterdayfor Mrs Sara I), McDowell this weekend with a gala party ""lIlnn'a'ht and! Country
given by her parents, Mr and Debby McNair, daughter of
also a member of the Cooperative Richmond Va. where she
Avon Park i luh will leave the club at
Mrs Arthur Mr Mid Mra Hubert McNair
Wllllts Gnaw) on ,
Education Club lie will recuperate at the home of Mrs 1 Charles W. Grant hand for the celebration were t M rrWay for the Winter criefcrMtd. her Brat birthday
has resided In Auburndale for her daughter Mrs T. H .
Clly N.J. Haven football .
Jersey IMIIsborMKh
c Mike and Becky Fortner Cfxrle at the home of her grar Ipar
the past two years and is employed Lansing and family Mrs Harry A Shumaihei and Debbie Richardson, Caroline came In Tampa ....., Mr and Mrs Duck Tom.
in Lakeland at theAmerican Dundee Lalor,, LuAnn and LyrwtteHundey Members an limned to one llnson,
Cynamid Company Mrs, Gene Bemtaile of Daytona Miss Susan r:. Thompson Shannon Jones, Kimberly kUott: each A bus charge olII Also celet. rating with Oebby
Beach spent the weekend Cl rnmons. Vanessa Rurnette 75 for each (irrwin will Ix were her great grin parents.( ,
; here with her ton in.law and MUM1 DISMISS: ,\U and Ryan Wllhts.Candidate's holed to the rluhReservations Mr and Mrs F, A. McNair,
Wahneta WMU daughter Mr and Arthur Haines her
Mrs Winter Haven inunl /be made City. aunt Mist Ava
Th First Baptist WMU of WilliU and children She Robert A. Davis, Mrs. Ger before elt'ven p m tomorrow Mohair, Cows; a cousin, a Indy
her Wife Cooley, Lake Alfrrl.. and the
Wahneta met recently at the helped granddaughter! SI a aid D DeVorta and Infant h:ach member and guent mutt
Rae and Mrs Robert standlfei
home at Mrs Nora-Foward tee celebrate her third birthday L Mrs have from
ton, RoUml Dilley, v.iltten |tw rnuasiitn
and children
Beth and i
TOII\m\
Th program for the eveningwas Gertrude A jtfixtalng. Mrs To Be EntertainedWith / their parents Ixforr hoarding Birthday cake wa cive,t with
"God and the Missionary Thomas W. Harvey Jr.. !Mrs the but lei c r.....
Task" This was under the Kappa Delta alumnae will '
Richard I Kohtor Mrs G W
direction of Mrs. A. Llndsey, meet at twelve noon Wednesday Lynch Ronald J. Ohn r. !Mrs J Three Socials I' "
program chairman, assisted by at the Lake Region Yacht Kenneth C. Pack and infant
several members. and country Club for a luncheon son Mrs Lucille L Rogers, Three toffees will h<' held In

to celebrate Founders Mrs. \Dally Joe Sharp sod infant Polk ( aunty on Monday DC- A
iiiiiI Day Reservations may be sun Uuford L Stewart. tober Zfflh for Mrs (harlesHolky
made with Mrs Charles Eagle Lake wile of Republican

Foley, CY 3WSI1r SUphoo D. Alexander. eandidahfor, Governor of r lo.
Frank G. loire rlda From t.M to 10 30 akr.
Holcomb
.. land lad I.,. will hoateaa a :> and Mrs Russelliurlrt James G. Walker
fee at (be Tuesday Music
<| are newcomers teWinti Avon Park
THIS EMBLEM Bids 4-1 t East Park In Lake 5.I
,
'r Haven from Jarke.ntitle Frank Q GertockAuburndale
-- ,land. Th. .public Is cordially
THE DAR held It. They art resisting; onAvenue invftH .11 attend
opening fall luncheon
oNet meeting
!> B. SW Mr Quarto II Mr, flclcher S Gllmor
y wra Saturday at the Haven Hotel with the Vice Regent Lake Alfred Plesiu- call M D MT4
with the National
Mrs Clark Davis, right, presldlnr Mr William t. Exchange From II to 12 Mrs Hnllry
.
Mrt rank '
Moor, left, was general chairman of the event, Back Sn"'y.lIalau will br '.ntcrttlnrd In Winter .I 2
City Haven .t l the landmark Motel .
Sigma Chapter of Beta >lg. Jooiph A. Vkkert. coniriition Room Anyime

identifies Luncheon Opens ActivitiesOf ma Phi Sorority will meet tomorrow wishing lo attend this toffee

yourWELCOME night at eight clock Please. I all MU 14374,
at the home of Mrs. Carl N. New Arrivals

WAGON Ponce de Leon Chapter DAR Heck Phyl Village 108 Coleman Final Hoed plans Jan for Mth The the tfternoun....... of of Lake October Wales

Cape and Mrs John J. will felt'' Mrt Holky at the
the Ritual of Jewels be
SPONSORS. to held I
Doyle are the pr.*tt of a Chalet SutMae! Please. rail
The alms of the Ponce de appropriate 1890 costume, gave October 24th will be mode. daughter born at l1ae;: pm. Lake Wale. 4111
Leon Chapter Daughters of the two selections accompanied by Members are betng remiiwM. yesterday In the Winter Ha
firm of prestige In the American Revolution were reviewed Mrs Florence Cox Wilson In an of the Needlework Guild All uimen and meni inPolk
nil Hospital The baby <<< tony I'm
xanty invited
are
and life of at the Diamond Jubilee 1890 bonnett items
buninpM iu< Mrs. A E. Brant! Trading
wet_l in at .. pounds one of their rotl...
: your commumtvror Celebration luncheon held by the ley gave a talk on 'National De. eleven and a half ounce.
group Saturday at the Haven Hotel fense. Mrs Frank Saintly of Lake
BEACH A.
information all BROOKS MD
This officially I opened the fall The CAR' gave a skit representing Alfred wa ......... poster
and winter season of the DAR the Bret fifteen years day from the Winter HavenHospital A five pound twelvt ounce. ....v.t.t tl>. steed l
294-2989 in Winter Haven. of DAR. The resins for C rcalli&. J. son was burn at 4:10: a m today
Mrs E R. McKenney spokeof Ing and the organisation, Board M the local hetpttal to .1 kit .1Ii.! (.
the historical aim; Mrs.Sterl. of Management Patriotic work, Mr. and Mrt L. Macon
Ing P True, patriotic and Mrs. (work with nurses In theflpanieh Mr. and Mrt II. L. Ix-nnl Wright of liana City $00 Rnt Street North
Elizabeth Reed, educational, American War).Th nwerepor. are making their home on
Each speaker wu well versed frayed by Nora Braatloy, Jan West Lake (toward Drive after Mr. and Mr.. J. II llarrUon t Ktl.. Urn t.4 Ie UP !
: ? her subject and gave complete Davis, Darien Coiyer and Fair. moving here from MatfclIan. are receiving oegeatlotleesa
details background material lie Colyer Mrs Clark Darlagive on the birth I of a daughterThe INTERNAL MEDICINE
Mrs. Burt Schulz, wearing an the background of DAR, baby arrival Hunday it AND CARDIOLOGY
how .
there were 18 the Brat
year
and in 1904 there were 35,000 The Lakeland (...pwr .. the 125/am ki the Ittcal batpiialweighing Ott*. been kv .".1.! .II>..*.
National Secretaries Aitocla. eight, pounds and a
A
letter was read from Chasping
lion will meet for Phone 294.4101.r' '
Carter of the Bonsack chapter tonight a half ounce.
3M of The Military Orderof tour of the Fist Mate Bank KUda herd ,. 90 tiny piece b.f vp from my
the Purple Heart la which he of Lakeland. between six and oid. ear The old buggy sure wen fun while "It
thanked Ponce de Leon Chafer seven p m The group will" adjottrn WEDNESDAY levied, bur "I'm" ready now for e good wed
far the portrait of George Was*. to the Ramada Jan for eor a convertible te 90 to school with
r Ington, which had beenpr<>vfc> *. dinner at rap p,m, Sit boy Kt a nice clean car and hod "If flnanced .

ly presented SPECIAL through American National lank, and
Boa Guest. alter' :lug were Mrs Mr, and Mrt C. D. Davis Dad I It look)*? at a new model for the family,, ,
Duntiair .
Mrs n.I..rt B
Ham 11 to' Mrs, I I' rU' ,.elJackaonr. an ulrca", barn rrontly la "It loaki at tnevqh American Notional lank
..:!" M! J Mae ..' sI r : r,.r: fl m WImll1J'IJD. ONE GROUP will save the whole family quite bit of
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I Herbert Hoover's Lifetime Of Service To His Country And Mankind I




NEW YORK (IUPII) One or for tiny: other federal dubs -
overwhelming irony hunt, lik<' .1 Sometimes. he said, he had w '
shadow over the long life of merely refused to accept his --H-
Herbert Clark Hoover and salary And when he did accept H _

marked his many yea, as an It. the money became a rontn N
elder statesman with a deep button tone of his faionti"

and abiding melancholyIt projects,
was indeed Ironic that the It was the 128 deprr."si,"n

only time in a distinguished carcor that made Hoover's years m
as a public servant Hoover the White House a time of pain
suffered from unpopular!! or and deep anxiety. While the vas" accused of failure was on was caused by a wider j.I
that one occasion when he assumed variety of complex f. c t n
the highest office his Hoover was blamed for n *
countrymen have to offer taking stronger action to 'p'l'''

For Hoover. the Slst Preil. an economic revival.
dent of the United States, the Under the grim and bitty z
White House became the centerof stress of the times, the word(

tragedy an easy Urge': for a "Depression" became synom
nation plunged into fear and moss with the name "iloovein '
confusionIn the minds of many Amcri

er was many a victim ways, Herbert of one of Hoov hit. i cans In later and calmer years, |BOYHOOD- HOME of Herbert a a.Hoover was in West Branch T W' 4H' 'T OK( {'l HL. :. lAsflHI SECRETARY OF COMMERCE Hoover served under President

tory'a most! violent upheaval, most Americans realized that ]Ia., where he was born In 1874. At 11 (inset), he wan ; Bk SftSWir f At u, engineer lor English Coolidge (left) for five years He was selected for that post I

but the angry cries of "the Hoover to a great extent schoolboy He won Stanford university degree in 1895. At 17. a Stanford freshman mining Arm, Perth, Australia. by President Harding in 1921 wes reappomted by CoolidgeV .
Hoover depression" echoed ;had been abused as a scapegoatto

around him for years and filled i explain a disaster that may _
hi,' life with bitterness i already have been Inevitable by 4tl! vYla
II was a .great: tribute to hi* 'the time he took the oath of of. II
persona) sense of "rugged mill flee i ividualism
that Hoover did no; His reputation restored, President !- eeh EUROPEAN

yield to the temptation of brood. i Truman called him into
ing in self.impOBed obscurity after government service on aevc"sl
he left the White House, but ,occasions, notably to head a
Instead devoted three more dec commission to study way to A

ade of service to the nationhe save money In government Or REI4F
o dearly loved Hoover later beaded a similar '
Right up to his death Hoover commission i for President Fi, *

never stopped working on what senhower and came up with r
he once whimsically called his suggestions for laving! billions
'unending public chores and of dollars year COILt
while In his 80s he maintained Hoover never tired of reitcrat I
a daily schedule which would lag his belief that the United f
tax the strength of a man half States could and would continue
(
hit age. to overcome all\ crises On hi> f
It required four secretariesand 83rd birthday he voiced op

a research assistant work. tlmUm that America would K ,
lug full.time Just to keep up eventually overcome the Soviet
with the rugged! pace of the threat, a view he maintained
man who tackled a work load until his death

which consumed 14 hours a day, It was characteristic of lions

seven day a week er that age did not prevent
During these waning yean in him from taking on arduous
a career that began before the tasks with vigor and zeal.

turn of the century Hoover When the Western nathns approved li
journeyed thousands of miles by admission of West Qer. -- .. .. ... -.. .. ,

air and auto each year to receive many to the North Atlantic v INAUCURAt| ADDRESS as 31st President wads. dcliwud bv FISHING JiSioS'lTe been INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION was given Hoover In 1920 pH. -
lloovcr's
honorary degrees fromunivl'nltie' found
Treaty Organization in 1954, | 'i bei i HCIOVLM in Washington in 1929 His single trim In the Relief Council chairman by Big Four I
and colleges: to !Hoover then 80 went to lime to publish 13 books polntment as European
make speeches at the openingof Bonn on a good will mission to White House\ ended with defeat by Franklin D Roosevelt.- Powers. On Brooklyn docks he inspected food consignment

boy clubs, and to carry on seal the bond of friendship
his duties as a member of 12 between the United States and
different boards of directors( or the new German republic merce was at a standstill and ,day," Oct. 29. 1929 More than

trustee of educational and scientific Herbert Clark !Hoover was paper money was worthless 18 million shares changed hands
Institutions. born of Quaker parents Au,. 10 hoover arranged to feed the i that day In unrestricted short i ifr
hungry millions. To meet th" Stock losses In the
selling
On Aug 10 on his 88th birth. 1874 In the Iowa village] of next
day he traveled from his permanent Went Branch Ills father, a challenge, he had to curb greed, i(Iwo years totaled $SO billion r
rl"III'nte( in a New blacksmith, died! when he was soften hate and l overcome other and the most horrendous of nil

York hotel to hill home townof six His mother, a Quaker barriers American depressions crippledthe
West Branch, Iowa, for the minister, passed" on four yearn The British government approached nation,
Hoover with the suggestion The world depression struck
dedication of the Hoover Me later During the next a
morlal Presidential l Library seven that if he would become bottom on June 18, 1932 the
years, he lived with Quaker I
On that occasion, he proposedthat relatives and attended Quaker A British subject he day Congress adjourned in that v s kiss"o
would receive an Important presidential election The r,
a 'Counc of Free Na- year
schools fut In Iowa, then later
,
'
turns be formed to preserve In Oregon| executive pout, and possibly a Republican party demonstrated riya

world peace He said such a When he was 17. Hoover title It...faith In Hoover by renominating -
council would be In.a portion entered "I'll doI hal I can for you him but the American '
,lif laJrford
to University at with pleasure," Hoover replied people sharply rejected him and ( I Is
step in and act in the event Palo Alto, Calif and rarnrdmonl'Y
the United Nations should fail "But I'll be damned if I'll give elected Roosevelt
for his education
by
In its mission to safeguard glo. cxM performing up my American citizenship When he left Washinstrn; .
Jobs the
on
campus
bal peace not on your life" Hoover made it known he-
He also" found time lo
Hoover also look the In 1919 a New York newspaper would be ready for any call to
opportunity meet and fall in love with a coed
at the dedication ceremony drummed up a campaign service
Iowa born lou
to reassert his lifelong IIl'nry.hom for Hoover as the 1930 Democratic During World War II, he
he married In IfW/!
faith in America presidential nominee headed many relief agenciesand
He referred to "the inner The Hoovers hud two chit! Hut Iloover, in a Joking mood, In 1946 he strongly uipport e.
forces from which comes the siren Herbert Jr. and Allen told newsmen he dllin't know ed President Truman's plea for I
ftrrngths of America' was as llcnrv Herbert Jr followed his whether he was a Republicanor a world food conservation pro :.
:
father Into business and then In
Democrat to meet famine conditions
turances on the natkm'a "fu. gram
lure and Its continued serviceto to government service, becomIng The Democrats nominated for a world food conservation
under secretary of state In M. Cox who defeated ---
mankind James was program to meet famine conditions
the Eisenhower administration by Warren 0. (larding of In many nations BACK IN WASHINGTON Hoover. met with President. Truman ELDER STATESMAN Hoover testified before a Senate com.

For two decades Hoover was Allen Henry went Into private Ohio and Harding promptly persuaded Truman then called on Hoover after his 1947 election\ ** chairman of the Common on mittee in Washington In 1950. At 76 he was crusading foiOigamztion I

'eferred to In newspaper business, ( Iloover to become his to work on many govern. of the Executive Branch. of the Government reform in Federal accounting system he labelled "inefficient,
stories as 'the nation' only livIng Mrs Hoover died in 1944. secretary of commerce ment projects and his "new"

hrmer president Hoover majored in mining engineering In the cabinet, Hoover operat career as a public servant

Then in 195J Harry S. Tru al Stanford and entered cd on this credo1: quickly picked up a momentumthat ened somewhat ai the pression which lasted In the will find that also applies to my
man Joined the exclusive club ) that profession upon hi* "American business needs a never flagged In his final years rolled on. United States from 1931 to 1941. friend, former President Truman Sen. HollandIn
and the membership bulged to graduation in IftOT His rise was lifting purpose greater than the years, he became one of At times, he even talked hu I even had the honor of having ."
three men when Dwight D Elsenhower autonihhlng struggle of materialism Nor the nation's most beloved fig- morously of the role he playedin that depression named after me DedicationTAMOA
left office In 11 Two years out of college he can it lie in some evanescent, urea that period by various political candidates" One of Hoover's lifelong passions
But Hoover set a record that was given the Job of direct hi1" emotional dramatic crusade hoover never forgave Roose Once while discussing depressions When Hoover remarked in wss fishing a sport he (UPI-S'n. Spessard
will be difficult to equal-he the Australian mining enterprises "It lies"' he. said "In the velt for the 1932 campaign In a speech, Hoover said: 1990 that he did not know whether frequently indulged In with considerable Holland and Rep. Sam Gibbonswere
lived longer! as a former chief of a large London! firm high pitch of economic life In speeches which his successor "I should be regarded as an he. was a Democrat or a skill. Once when he among officials/ Mondaywho
executive than any other pres Then two years later, the Chi. a finer regard for the rights of constantly referred to the "Hoo expert on these subjects At Republican, he probably was was asked why a president likes dedicated a $3 million federal
(dent in hi,ton And no man ncse government employed him others a stronger devotion to ver depression" But his bitterness least, I was credited with joking to go fishing, he remarked: building here
after leaving the While house to take! charge of all mining ac the obligation of citizenshipthat over \being blamed in tote having constructed one all by Holland said construction of
matched II,>over's performanceof (miles In China will! assure an Improved for the economic calamity less- myself the entire world de. In any event, he became not "Except for prayer, fishing i h the eight-story building was an
unstinting devotion to public By 1914, the blacksmith's son leadership In every community only a Republican president, about the only time when people Indication the government con

service had amassed .. fortune of abou and nation. .. but an intense. advocate of the respect the privacy of the sidered Tampa vital city and
Dunne: all this time Hoover $6 million and in that year his "It lies In the organization of Grand OM Party's traditional President. port

never lost faith in the belief he tory chronicled the emergenceof the forces of our economic lifeso philosophy .
a''' : >, -
-m1: IE" ca o'iaasev
farmed as a young man-a be. Hoover, the humanitarian. that produce happier :rovvwJee-teo -
they He
may Siemer Lake Alfred saw one of his most cherished
luf, In the American In. commissioner of Mrs.
as an Serving a*
Individual lives, more secure "' '
beliefs :
which he often > wisnk'' !: 1 cvno "0
,
div,dual and in America as anat1an San Francisco's proponed Panama in employment and comfort referred to as "rugged Indivldualiam" '. l
t Pacific Exposition, Hoover wider in the possibilitiesof ;'-
as a fundamental r
Hoover was as long ai he was In London when World War enjoyment of nature, largerIn Is Cousin Of Hoover'scountry do mi of the Republican party i
lived, the exponent of a political I broke outAmerican Its opportunities of intellect At the 1952 GOP convention he 1 ,
) philosophy that was swept tourists by the *
tual life accused the Democratic administrations i .
1\1'0)\ perhaps forever-with thousands were stranded In Europe In 1928! despite the opposition was Andreas Huber, of Roosevelt and Truman
the -lection\ In 1932 of FranklinD and Hoover became head 1 ThinkingABOUT f
of some party leaders, Hoover (later Anfilicisid to Andrew of whittling away at the
Roosevelt of a volunteer commission 1 captured the Republican presi Hoover who was born at Ellerrtadt freedoms of the founding fath
Derm( !lrsll> Hoover felt that which cared for the marooned' dentist nomination r in the Palatinate area ers.
the Anorican people could I I visitors and) started them on
1 lie won a tremendous victory of Germany, and whOle father
r'.v.! n.(I., "st I of their own prob.tar their way home, over the Happy Warrior," the was a landower and winegrower During the 1900 presidential A ,
I w'h little interference The German Invasion of Bel late Gov. Alfred E Smith of campaign Hoover's attittaeV I
fi m th federal government glum and northern France. New York in a campaign un was more subdued, but still
Hi al.,,. i.is a strict advocate combined with a British blockade happily marred by religious At f!* age of 15 he emigrated firmly partisan, NURSINGFACILITY ;

cl. ,''Il"i I economical" approach i cut off food supplies for prejudice to America, where two "You win naturally expect e
tt> rmncnl, million and the brothers, Tohannea and Christian .
1
nine persons Smith a Roman Catholic, was anyone.. who has been honoredby
In fi-ri, I nn relations Hoover U. S. Embassy requested hit"" vera the victim of vicious propaganda had preceded him arrivIng hit party with the presidency ?
oft n II"", labeled! an "isolation help to meet the trials spurred by a small group of at Philadelphia Sept 9, of the United States to vote t' t.
i t f1 hi- opponents, but his i He formed the commission 1 fanatics Iloover mortified and 1738 on the ship Two Sisters the ticket of his party" he
ou'l!' ''Ik ,in that area softened I for relief in Belgium, the first 1 angered by such malevolence He grew up among relativesin said "And I have no doubt you a Have you 1011'I1011'' who wants

C'-n I., i )iiim recent years as i organization of Its kind It had 1 went to painstaking lengths to the rich farmland of Lan good environment' and wni ir'', td! by (the "Council I Its own ships, with Its own flag condemn the practice caster [ of F' ." 'Nations proposal\ at I and dealt with both sides in the Many historians have since Dine: he farmed for a timein serviced! {

VNr t C', mh war advanced the theory that Maryland and about 1T72 ,.. AAfI '
But .i' Uc I as the Korean i When the United States entered the religious Issue did not play bought XO acres in Randolph 11
War. If" \I pressed the belief the war. Hoover was a major role in Hoover deci County Neon the Uwharrie l

that America was capableof called home to serve .1 feed sin victory River He built a grist mill .
b',nl lint a fortress aQ its i administrator Hoover a familiar figure to and sii ., mill for hewing logs ,
own. In m,ii'ir speech at that I He enlisted the voluntary w his country men with his high into slabs on the site where d Ii
time ho ail any attempt to operation of millions of Amerlt starched collars and dignified MRS SIEMER the t'.harn. River empties

make vii' IIn, the Communist t cans in the massive task of presence, took his oath of of. Mrs George SIC mer of Lake into the Yadkin River The
mats b1I I Ion t mission, throughthe producing sufficient food for Al flee March t, ,ta, al a time of Alfred, the former Ferne mills remained In the familyfor n
quick,amis. of China Indiaor lied needs When the war ended, Ugh prosperity There was lit Iloover of Decatur IU. is a 150 yearsSeveral r i $
Western Europe, would be he accepted from PresidentWoodrow tie or no Indication of the impending cousin of former President of Andrew Hoover's 'rovemcnt :
sheer folk Wilson assignmenti
an disaster
IlooverMrt. children moved westward IMo I
He declared that America's head the American relief administration He Immediately began to Ins.plemeet ,!
Siemer correspondedwith Ohio and Indiana and some of I.
defense line should be the At. which tackled this his promise' to abolish the former President their descendants to Iowa, '" I Winter Uavtn't Proftttlonal' f
lantic and P." ifir oceans appalling problem poverty In the United States -
and three be mailed where Herbert Hoover was Nunlng & Rehabilitation Ctnttr
years ago
Hoover broi nht his belief in More than 200 million men. a vow that gave birth to the
government in1, ," the realm ofhh women and children around theworld slogan "a chicken in every to her a genealogy of their born. Mrs Siemer's paternal 'J' ::)
own pocketbllllk< In IMS he were penniless and starv pot" branch of the Hoover iamb grandfather, David Hoover INGSf Second i An"". O. NE

revealed h* had n'.1 i pl'rsonallyUltd t lag In the post war chaos But the prosperity of the ly. was bore near Columbus, P15.0e 21M103P.go I
the had van- The genealogy shows that Ohio, later\ buying two farms
any of government t stable government 120 collapsed when the stock ., .
salaries paid blm [I' president fished, gold was gone com market crashed on "Black Fn their first ancestor an this la central IlUaois. "" > .





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October 20, 1964 WiNTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS C i HIH I \\ 11"1, i 1)IPA Page Nine,



Army Rifleman Wins 32nd .- :- : : ; : ,-,;. .

Ohio State :; :



Gold I Medal For AmericansTOKYO Tops Nation 1 i.Mi ) 7 e




(UP) An Arm hot with a throw' of 49 feet >? the 1982 world mark of 1.1ST NEW!; YORK (UPI) I I ro 1

rifleman gave the United State inch and the 400 meters in set by Gary Anderson of Axtrlt Ohio State Buckeyes, s 1'11"

its 32nd gold medal with a which he clocked 48 2-but that Neb.. matched a Russian gold their famed "!hr.. yards .11,1, I k4 'J 4ute

,vorld record at the Olympic Jive him enough of a lead to medal by defending champion cloud of duit offense' Yo.,1t i, ,
West Ger
ames; today and a hang on while finishing 10th in Tamara Press In the women's pro-type passing attack. m's-i1 f

man scored a stunning upset In the javelin and ninth in the shot put and maintained an Into first place among the I ,

the mens decathlon 1.500 meters that ended the overwhelming lead over the tion'i major college: Roil,i! III t) If 108 HAVILANDM
Army Captain Lone Wigger, parade. Soviet ttlm. teams today in the tlJltd 1 $ t* Miter

Jr of Great Falls Mont, won Miss Press hiked the Russian Press International board .;t M

I the three position small bore Yang scoring 7850 points total to 17 golds and 50 over-all coaches ratine
rifle event for a 72nd Amen was hurt badly by the scoring when she broke her own Olympic The Buckeyes handed s Butter Decision By CircumstanceIt
medal that boomed U S charge which reduced the num California ita first shutout
ran record with a throw of SO n
her of almost happened to Florida Mid it -ouM happen to
for an over-aU victory points he might have In 18 games Saturday> I I'
hopes feet 6H! inches in the women s
Tampa Robinson That Is running the regulars after
Russia with only four won in his specialty. the pole while Texas, the defending collegiate an
1\ er shot. Another Ausslan was
(lIaof competition remainingThen vault He vaulted 15 feet V4 third and Earlene Brown of champion and top.r.ited alai overwhelming 1 a couple of victory unequals has lend been a different assured light But on circumstances the reasoning ,

tonight after 10H hours inchDigger's Los Angeles was 12th with for a solid year, was upset l'sArkansas ::: : : of the two teams coaches
0
in 14-1). The results
physical torture National victory breaking
of( Willie 48 6wi. boosted Ohio State Into the top The biggest unequal Is this: Ray Graves of Florida can
year-old Hoi
.
Stadium, red shirt Holland
tub) Aplin of Itoblnaon cannot By red
spot for the first time since
dorf won the gruelling decathlon Nov. 38,1961. shirting In the college sophomore year, a player' nit still par,

from an elite field includ Florida Alabama Duel The 35 coaches on the (UFQ I ,. ,!I.&r\ Urlpate on the varsity tram three years I In high school Hi
fog the American-trained favor rating board awarded 34 first __ .7<; -I three yean, play or no play and that's Ili!
of
C.K. Yang Nationalist
lIt' place votes to the Buckeyes Mont University of Florida fans are aware of what si
hina. Leader after five events moat happened to the Gators In the lopsided 30.14 win
seven to .cond-ranked Ala- CHARU CASEY (89), right races Into the end zone at Flo over
Monday Holdorf grimly held bama, two to fourth-rated Arkansas rlda Field Saturday) in what has developed Into a common site Mississippi Graves used fullbacks Larry Dupree and John
his edge through all five con To Decide SEC LeaderATLANTA and one each to third- to University of Florida opponent The junior lonesome end has Feiber up until what was almost the bitter end-.both sustained

eluding events today. ranked Notre Dame and ninth- chalked: up 322 \.\r is and four 'rDs on S3 receptions In fur games injuries in the closing minutes and! couW have been pushedout
The decathlon, carrying the placed: Georgia Tech. this season The Guars won easily) romping past South Carolina of the lineup for the South Carolina game Graves had
title of "world greatest athlete (UPI) Third-ranked Alabama and 9th- Texas tumbled to sixth place 37.0. (News chief Photo) another fullback lir could have used Graham McKeel of
." had gone to an American ranked Florida have directed their unbeaten paths toward a and Alabama, Notre Dame and Lakeland but chase not to Since McKeel Is "too good to be

in every Olympiad since mid-season collision which will established a leader In an un- fifth-ranked Nebraska took advantage a third string fullback" Graves Is trying to hold the talented
1932 but the best Yank tonight predictable Southeastern Conic rence campaign of the drop by moving gridder bark until next year

*ai Paul Herman of Santa But even a bead-on clash I i between the currently top two up one notch. Arkansas made New Pittsburgh Manager

Barbara, Calif., who finished a teams In the conference may the biggest advance jumping
surprising fourth one notch not be decisive since both must from 10th to fourth.

ahead of Yang whose chances meet llth ranked and equally derdog Miami battled Pitt to a Louisiana State also made a Ran And Passed
hid been damaged by a unbeaten Louisiana State further 2220 tie big stride, vaulting from \llth to Praises Roberto Clemente

change in the scoring system down the trail This coming weekend head seventh place, and pushingeighthranked
Ceor Out there I I. no such justification In Apltns ease Robinson -
shortly before the games be. With the distinct possibility liner will be Alabama vs Florida Syracuse
gla Tech, No. B, and Florida, PITTSBURGH (UPI) liar you stress speed The type of quarterback Bulky Jrffroat and halfback Larry Smith
gin that this year's SEC championmay at Tuscaloosa. But more No. 10. back one position ry The Hat Walker, the new opposing| pitcher also helps you ran and passod and passed and ran against Brandon ((300))
Holdorf wound up with a to. lose at least one league folks will see Louisiana State manager of the Pittsburgh PI determine the kind of game you and Lakeland ((400)) for the entire debacle The second and

tal of 7,887 points Rein Aun of game a half Soien teams are vs Tennessee at Baton Rouge Tram Points rata was on the j job today 24 should play." third stringers kept the lunch warm, Vea! ye lowly Indians
Russia finished second with still In contention. since that game will be region- hours after he signed a one- might: have said Alexander Pope for the second time
Ohio State
and another televised I (24)) (4-0)) 330 Walker said he
German was
7842 Alabama now the league favorite ally year contract to succeed Danny However
Hans.Joachim Walde was third since defending<< champion The weekend starts Friday 2. Alabama ((1) t0)) 287 Murtaugh certain of the ability of one PU Odly enough Smith was All Southern last year as a

with 7,809.The Mississippi has suffered two night when Miami will\ be hostto 3. Notre Dame ( 1)) (40)) 380 The former National League rate Roberto Clemente junior and Is expected to be a ahootn for prep All-American

new decathlon champled losses, chalked up Us fifth Indiana. Other Saturday 4. Arkansas (II) S-0)) 194 batting champion signed the con. honors this year unless he Is hurt!
in only two events-the straight victory of the season games Include Southern Mississlppl 5 Nebraska (S-0)) 165 tract Monday morning and left "In the 1960 World Series the

Saturday beating Tennessee at Auburn Kentucky at ( Texas ((41)) 130 Monday night for Pompano Yankee respected the" threat So here's the crux of the matter aptly put by he

TOKYO (UPI) Medal II.8. The Crimson Tide unableto Georgia Mississippi at Vander 7 Louisiana State (40) 101 Beach, FU, to get a line on of Ms"I throwing arm, Walker Lakeland Ledger's sport editor, Jack Slayton He said ofIlobllllllln'
said remember
standings after Mondays get full service from quarterback bill, Houston at MississippiState 8 Syracuse ((41)) 97 Pirate talent at an Instruction. can Bobby, romp "That they dldn'I go to a time lulling ground
Richardson hit and didn't
events at the Olympic Games: Joe Namath because of a Tulane at Georgia Tech 9 Georgia: Tech (1) (4-0)) 72 al camp dare try to got stretch a It becausehe game and get some of Die reserves feel ""," In the closing

Country Gold Sliver Bronze knee Injury capitalized on miscues and Florida State at Virginia 10 Florida ((40)) 71 Walker said he has mapped knew Clemente has a dan. quarter was the question on the Up of several observers If
U.S.A Second 10-11, Florida State Ids either Smith or Jeffcoal or both out of
31 21 19 by the Vols Tech strategy for new poet arm You just don't dare go action ItoblnsonKali.hU
r S.S.R. 16 13 19 Florida and LSU each won Without Namath, Alabama 58. 12 Michigan 47, 13. Illinois "We'll Just play It by ear," challenge gerous an arm like Cl*. would bv unhorsed In a hurry Tempting fate sometimes .
Hungary 1 5 3 their fourth straight The often bogged down In sight of '44. 14, Oregon IS: IS. Duke 13; he said, "until I can Julje ev.eryone's mente's... can be costly."

Japan 6 0 5 Gators overpowered South Carolina the Tennessee goal and the out 16 Arizona Slate 12. 17. Pur ability We'll have no
Italy 5 8 2 370 and the Bengals come was still In doubt with due II |18. Wyoming 8. 18. set pattern, no book to go by Walker Is an ardent discipleof And if Aplin has any doubts about the fate angle a

Australia 5 2 8 shocked fading Kentucky 21.'. about five minutes to play At tie Utah State and Oregon until I can make Jmlgmsnts! physical fitness and electron. teli'phone call from Tampa to Gainesville coals less than one

Germany 3 13 11 Florida State and Georgia that point the Vole. down 16 8. State 4.Oth'r. "If a club Is hot with the bat, Ic*. dollar

Britain 3 II 0 Tech, who unfortunately do not were at the Tide 17 but failed to team receiving pointKtnlutkv then you go for the big Innlng "I want (lie players to re.
,
Or If It's running club
,
Poland 3 4 5 make a first down on a fake 2 a
meet this fall continued as the port to spring training ramp
Bulgaria 3 4 1 class of Southern independents field goal. as clone to their normal playing AMAZING NEWS'HAIR: TONIC'GROOMS

Finland 3 0 0 as each raised their records to to.e.e..ee..e..ee e eeete..e weight as possible," he said.
Turkey 2 3 1 S-0 at the of SEC .
opponents
expense : 1\ 11"\ : "They can keep their weight! by
l'Zechoslovakla 2 2 3 Both came from behindIn SEe STANDINGS: I AWAY GRAY HAIRGRADUALLY -
exercising all winter I rem.m.bel' .
Cent AU .f \ -
Rumania 2 2 3 the closing minutes the BOWLING ; ,
.. ... t Ernie Bllko reported for
Team WLT WLT 1
Belgium 2 0 0 12th ranked Seminoles edging ,
10 I t 290pounda
.. training weighing a o u
Netherlands 1 3 3 Georgia 1714 and the 8th Alabama 4 0 0 5 0 O..a I(, 4 eJ 23! pounds over his
l'anada 1 1 1 ranked Yellow Jackets beating Florida ZOO 4 0 0ISU
Yugoslavia .m"1 ".." 1 40 0 : \' Scoreboard ; usual playing weight (and confidentially)
'-3. 0",0,, ; :
.. Auburn : ; : "When he lost the excess
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Drnmar\\[. *" ltir.l in the Southeastthis Kentucky 2.1,.0 S 2 01Georg / **& weight In camp he complained hT I

New Zealand past weekend: Mississippifound Z IOZ2\ 1 he wu weak Naturally, that Now can look and i '
you
France 0 3 4 the going tougher than Auburn 1 1 0 S Z 0 11rite ss 1,11111) I tulip: lit' 11:111: 1: 411'H l.nw delays a player from reachinghis
Sweden 0 1 3 expected but prevailed over winless Mlal. 1 2 0 3 Z 0 5.5A4.55 I. wnul form for a month or f..1 I years youngtrl' \! 'J
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Trinidad 0 1 1 Tulane 149; MississippiState Tenn v,1"ln. .III 4Jrl ..,,I.. "I'I.siurr.I 1& iK 10 What a lift a man gets when he \:;..
Cuba 0 1 0 hit its point high of the Min. St. 1 2 0 Z S 0 1IhI.. r rte. to.15)c' ",.. n.mh". 14 ICItnna About the electronics Walker ales himself look years younger ,
Argentina 0 1 0 past five years In a 48 T rout Vandy 0 2 0 Z 3 0 Wrs-e.... :III II ..I 1..11. Altlwt. t4 IIImr" has tape recorded comment of When his gray hair prarfiMffyChanges ( two or three weeks you see halt

16 :II 14wilsht rlel N.disu 14Jack
Korea 0 1 0 of Southern Mississippi; Vander Tulane l 0 3 0 0 4 0 YArr111e: N leDowd !i Mel (echo5.p."' IC Il..1111. many established hitter. lie to natural.looking color color so natural you'II hardly
Iran 0 0 2 bUt beat George Washington I'tambaa :28: 28Frrv .... ....... 14.. cited Tl, WlllUma who advo. -wlthCRgclANrDIMU6A.101 remember how It looked when

Kenya 0 0 1 140: Memphis State crushed Independents: Roar NrrHarnllnavrkla Nnnrnlos II I van.Han Wrrcaw DMdlMas"r 11alnnd.nl 1Aaud. eeles players going through bat. It was gray And occasional are
Switzerland 0 0 1 West Texas State 41-0: and un Team W L T 11.1wTeam 1t Oft II ting practice motion throughout This Is the colorless liquid you keeps It that wymDome
Fla 5t. 500 Aid. 'I'. 11asw. NNo "....b>,.. Old ..Yeas 11 I the off season. use just like hair lonlc Hut as It
,b', tt'aywm' I :1WII. c'. 1111.. mend.1a.. IIP'.mlr l your hair, .-It begins to So why look lib an"older"man
Ga. Tech 5 0 0 .,,,, lint,, Inwean. "Ted sal'I players aholll< take
Pima "
I Nsaw"
NASCAR Cracks Down On Sou. Miss. S I 0 ,.m "..1... Nerealernu ., I'u.MrlMtlp 'rwdrr stout 100 I batting swings In their build up color' Day by daywhen you don't have tot Ort
Chattanooga S 2 0 Y nor XaIllei .....'" ........ ::, I.', homes in keep their wrists CaJECUN ro''ULA-IG keeps work- cacctAN roRMt'i.A.It today. 1BO
II, tram acme: Mard'b, '"...,..... MeelpNrel 11i leg .In gradual sages Until In plllstu.'i.U.factlonuaranlMtI.GRCIAN .
strong and) their hands fast
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Auto SpecificationsDAYTONA Memphis St. 2 Z 0 54',''t'ue' pie.
Miami 0 S 1 HIth. ,indlMdiMl. smile ..... Nah li-nniirMr Wlatrr Maun Walker sal I.
Aahly' sat Mum INK "Wally MUUO advised awing. : FOI t ULA'10 'Olt siN ANo WOIII'l"fliliIJilPI
BEACH I UPThe\)) National AssociationFor hu.li inmuilual K Ing weighted. bat to strength
m A A.hl..\ 214 D BaI .. tlMti l<*m par WHH r Mavti a
Stock Car Auto Racing outlawed for next season the I t.., JI2 I' Tillnun' m. A lr.- ..- en the muscles."

high risers and hemispherical head that sharply boosted Keane Un, J>4 On. M..ii... JM Hai '''.U*...) """, IlawldI Walker, named the InNl'....
Ford and Chrysler speeds this year The 1965 specifications Ready 1141ntl1.41411.1.1titY.w, : '",till"r IM (tonal League manager of S N4In.r

permit production engines only thus! also eliminating over L Iliich imlltMliwI Mninoi Mink'SjiutHlcii piloting\ Jacksonville, Fla.
head cams roller cams and roller tappets riKi ri <>f Sub u i. Wl H tnM Cwilt.'t 2PI to a first place finish, won the
Villa Uimbrr 14*;. v'a 211. IM ( .
Hill (IwkHi VHhorl
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"We believe that in finalizing these specifications for For Yank Job k..,..-, Amlnitenrr SVr IIHairnttalr W"MI' 211 I'mull .l-...l? same honor the previous season '
1965 that we have taken steps that will provide Independents. Rrtrrsd I.."" ItItarrlninu 1IH 1'.. 11.1' ,'h.. lawrrmv 212 when he massaged" Atlanta

enough latitude so they can compete with factory sponsored T. Druft llKlllflMv
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drivers and those who prefer to use General Motors NEW: YORK (CPI: ) Johnny .. Kate M
lf. welt ol Auk tBunbiam II
equipment will not be handicapped said NASCAR President Ksn, who quit the St Louts bsvn I II
Bill France Ford high riser raised speeds about five Cardinals only hours after the Jim: .. Pin I llAuburmtolr

miles per hour and the Chrysler hemi-engines hiked speedsup big moment of his career Is llu.lnr.' prnmetlaM tombs (V> I 7 12 M

to 10 miles per hour. expected to savor an even bigger North >;.u r T S
The new specifications call for a minimum 119.loch one today when be sign to AlbnrM CIU"I: T'
',,,
M ( ,11..1 ( 14
wheelbase at Daytona Beach. Atlanta Darlington and Char manage the New York Yankees.It T*v Ptl I 14
lotte but wheelbases down to 116 inches will be permitted Hlih l *aM'.n".. I"mothma
will mark the first time tn
IW
on shorter Grand National tricks and road coursesA .. "
baseball history that the manager High trim ,ami Builn Imoiiotu
to be determined by the average
minimum weight 44*
of a world championship ludlrultwl. wrt.. JRrnwii .'
wheelbase Chevrolets Fords and Hl h "
weights of the 119 inch team left It to pilot the team 471 name isttt 442 J.. k
Plymouths will be announ-ed later This will\ require some he beat In the World Series ," PMrark 4W
shorter wheelbase cars to add weight 11..11,.. indlvldedamts, J."
France said rubber lined steel fuel tanks now being Official announcement of the Hr IRR _

experimented with will be made mandatory If they pass "open secret" Is anticipated ala THI III" MotlKe
n L
press conference: called h>
safety testa Pn 1'.1. to 4
The new specific,itions were set after a thorough the Yankees for 12:30: p.m t'npm., "Parkins rb tT t
EDT. W......... '4.u. 11_ It SII.
study of the 1965 cars France said ,t..oI.l.l Iji". 14 IU
Its .... It'. lea'
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['., a",.. ,'" ,nslI'ot If you like' > Iwo a little we'd like

.. A om aammeplnr "'., 116, 4 to let you III on something big. Dart K the fun compact

Rely on no1'0"' "...."01..1...MaI. ".. ''rw with big .Neat About beauty Comfort Ride Savings.
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I' Dart model

PROVENPERFORMANCE e Everything from the hlydd-orl-to-your.hat4
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OFFICESFOI Dart GT convertible to the trailblazing

4 door wagon Power 7 Choose one of

S- 2 thrifty Sixes or 2 hustling V8..

"t. err Go Dart for '65 You won't miss, any of the fun.

:'- Dodgo (>rnes on big for 65

Dart f,'' net Polar Custom 880. Mateo

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T ixffoni ( Mumno'i
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rum if N w See all' the new Dodge on display at your nearby Dodge Dealer'sFLOYD

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a. au MW" >r. s.. m sew M*. ROBERTS MOTORS 2216th St. S.W.
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(I) Announcement ((2)) Help Wanted ((8)) Automotive I I I ( II.A) For Rent, Unf. I ((13)) Real Estate For Sale : ((13)I ) Real Estate For Sale


LOCAL GUIDE I

Blouses BlousesBy Need Qualified Women 1112 (ALAXII: WO 3-door .rdl,1'I I40t I DUPLEX APTS. 1 LAKE ELBBKT ESTATES
engine 3 carburatorr 4 un 3
the floor Mat both. R/H black. FOR RENT I .droomA. I bath. family room.

Interested in good earnings at with .blank. and white Interior .;x. BEDROOMNEW ',double garage. central heat and
To Good
draiw. dlbwahr S>8lUn.
Increased Christmas buainess cellenl condition IISMOP 'an beern I Ur IJi front IM Mo L Silver. Dr. air carpet
once moI8'I. SU-Oct. 10
rpm I St NE
at 401 Ar. M. UK after
Shapely Par Fore in I Ur Lakevlew IM Mo Av. L NE: '
means more openings or call Lakfland 8S3-6I41
I.-Tr 1 Br l E.ah.vi.w. ItiO "0. Av*. L NE:
Voyager SE Section of City MIKE 2300 12th St NW
FOR IMMEDIATE BALE 1868 MAISANO Builders model home now for ,

WRITE AVON NCR P.O. BOX Cadillac 4-door aadnn I1MOO. 12M LAKE SILVER DR. sale at 129 Lowell Road in beautiful SPACIOUS HOME IN

New lira. Looks and rum fair. 2ND FLOOR
1395 OR CALL (824m, Lakeland Garden Grove just a half
Call EKW .
2M-ISS4 or see at 144 Ave
llzei 8 to 18 18-30 FOR WISE SHOPPERS! CY .,4&1 I mile East of Cypress Gardens CHOICE LOCATIONPrice

1820WANTBD 1S-U A big 4 bedroom model also
BUY OWNER KQUITY: Asiumepayments --
-- reduced from Sll 500 to
fMoo month INI JUmb 3 UEDROOM :3 BATH Drapaa. available as new models are 111.too. 18BO fl of living. area S-Br.
.
SAVE MONEY
: Part-time .lIre. San SAVE TIME
{ JuIJa'A 7 Marco Heataurant Apply In len Station Wagon Call CY 3-S542 Rang Rrf.. washing machine being constructed on Whitman 1 tiled bath.. large FR. with til*
pinion.(2B 13-TF 18-13 lUu 4th 8t,. 8K 1150 per month floor. LR 33 x 30 with fireplace
Bt.ASI.RY REALTY (,'0. .J4 Sth Road. Phone kitchen' patio laundry room. work
I
1W14 VALIANT Station Wagon MOVING-STORAGE UPHOLSTERY at. NW CY 3-1757 1S-3S hop. 1 car garage llfetlm rooftree .
Small equity or car Assume payment ----- --- *. lake &!-CI". lot 130 g 145
COTTAGE SHOP ( ) Loans Up To $600 M30U month CY .::11I11. 20-. 3-BKDROOM: CB DUPLEX Kltch JOHN G.'OOI\ ) Wall a. celling Installation 1 A/C.

--- --- -- I ,-n "quipped 110 Ant.1.. SB SMni '*.*1A down. I all fV '-A7QK nit BaP1TF-
900 Cypress Gardens Road FOR SAUl: '!M MOA convertible. THREE: IVORY BROTHERS FINE tJ'1I0IBTERYEXPERT m u nlh poor round. Phone 3(34491 tiw 133-4111
Excellent Khool car Sharp and MOVING COMPANY REFINISHING Real Estate
1H-13 ---- -
Open 9AM. 'til T P.M. DOMESTIC Ie the company to hon.row Economical' to drive 9700 00. CY Agent ALLIED VAN LINES COMPLKTh", FABRIC SELECTION!: _
from! WHY 1-68U. 1.:10: Local Long Dlat....,. WOLFE'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP 738 111 (",urt NW 3 Bedroom Unfurnished 293.2517 or 293.9338 FHA Horned

----- --- --- Moving 4. 8to,.... 314 A.... A. BE: CY 1-2710 burntIllS.. BBASLBY
13Complttt 1 Friendly ae",1eetll.t 1953 Olds Coup. '17 H engIne Call Collect &U-7&4i REALTY 14-20
Day -- Night CO 934 6th St NW. CY
3.I confidential $ 8 252-4756 5-35 Warehouee Off Barton Air BaN >>-OcL 31 3-7757 18-J3 I We have the Ilitlngt on all IRA A
I Open until 1 ,.m. -- 23-Oct 13 NEW: INCOME PROPERTY I VA homes available for eale ..
BIG NEWS .I. Open evenlngi by appointment 1867 OLDS door Mdan PS PBExcellent AparUnonta plu 1 warehouwafor I lOw .. 1100 down ace ue for d..-
I. Horns owned and operated condition I'hon. 2flt-2'7I1. TELEVISION talli and ahowinga call JohnRamue
REPAIRCALL additional rental 8S5 Ave A
tI PJITELIIP I. I.t.bll.hed ((12)) For Rent Furn.ON
lOSS
1(31IPEEDOMETER ALUMINUM NW "second building behind Cham at 4-I284 or Cite and Sun.
COLD -- 2 3.7101
her of Commerce Eaay Financing
Come III or call your friend Osong.Mullin. Tachometer.
-
111,5UO. 18-TF
j WAVE at JORDAN'S TV
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Complete conies and new cabin
CHAIS OF -- -
LAKES 1 4 3 -
L ft J Service. 1U Sth 8t. 8W .Screen Encloaure .Carport 283-CI501
; DOMESTIC LOAN CO. CY 4-4361. 1TI(8.A For TV Repair Traneletor Bedroom housekeeping cottage.
$ .Awning Window Screen Car Radio HIFIGuaranteed Also room. Monthly weekly nte $100 DOWNWe
.. 000 3rd St. A Ave A, NW CY 4-321> Building BpeclallUe Poach lInking. SIERRA

ALUMINUM S &. H GREEN STAMPS COURT MOTEL Hwy 17 North
,M. .f, .6. ([ ) Business PropertySTORE DISCOUNT Let George BAUtS. Do co.U"INC. 1TF 37.TF have the listings on aU VA

Av. A. 4 SIB St.. 8W 2I3-66H I fNTRAL: FLORIDAKLKTKOMtU FURNIIIIED COII--1 'room and and FHA homei Payment ai

LOISReeularly ((2.C| ) Collection; Agency IT-orl. 2'7 : bulb 4(18( 5th SI. SE CY 3-1708' low as ESIllShirley
priced at $17.50- FOR RENT 221417Profesauonal 30-TF: Ml W. Central Ave.

...... Your Aiptlntmenl Today 1000 8 from Ban Marco Reetaurant TREE SERVICE miderat 11 floor apartment Walking. die Steinmitx, Assoc labs A. ......!. Aiiee. CY 11141Mtel
CARLTON SOUTHEAST Delinquent account. d..n.t get paid RADIO IMNrATtHMtIUO expense lance to town and lake Quiet NIghts & Sun. ( S...)

BEAUTY SALON I unleea proper follow.up li taken. on MIKE MAISANO Havendal and clean Adult ..I..... 161 Ave. 293-7700 or 293-8475

BUUT1IKAST PLAZA them We Invite all profeeitonal CY Mwtt TRIMMING .T" B. NW 11.T LONELY liT AT""" OAKSCharming .
DEMOBSINU
Open Every Evening l.Y 11839 end builnen account!. heat rates CAVITY ----- 1
In town I ICOLLECTION 1111'OI''CY.K CABUNU RE: BrTTlNd FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED living room aeparat
VARNER REALTY
n.TJ'Brtnrt' I dining area I bedroom 1 beautifully
BUREAU Complete cl an-up Inns titlmat WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL EFFICIENCIES and IK BEDROOMS tiled .
bathrooma. kitchen with
Call LUKES TREE SERVICE NIc' large a ry room 14 Sixth Street NW .
of Winter Haven Inc New .mllrt. mxlerncentrally CY H3J4: 16-Nov' 15 deluxe built In refrigerator. dinh
CY 4-1311 located Tall at 33J IrtIStreet. Conveniently Building Call:located CY In r.ld Poital CY Ph. 293.8497 293.8454 Or 293 847S washer, dIsposal\ *. large adjoining

Located In Domestic Loan Bldg1H. NW CY 3-81M IS-13 CHAIRS for rent Alao ,-..(,. t-TF Florida room There 1* convenient
Jewelry --- -- -- FIRE Hoeiltal Bed. Crulchu Walken torag room A.; the backyard I*
EXTINGUISHER ----- ----- 20-23
STORE for rent aim olfireipart- Coenomides Godfrey i Rental. CY completely fenced Many treea.
131 Third! Street SW to Office. FURNISHED 3 room apartment at ---- ---- Owner la building a new homereaaon
nest Pout A M Room 1-Mil. 174 Av*. A. NW. 14-TF
H Block South of Port Offle ((3)[ ) Situation Wanted 127 Van ShIver Bid*. P M Call 1239 2nd St NE' !: Water furnished. for wiling A very food buy f fMarJort.
( Y 9-2M3 DOWN
QnaUtjr witch andJewelry -Y J-7743 1MO: FIRE EXTINGUISHER SALES 30 32 1100
----- I BR. CB HOMES .
A. Summer.
SERVICE C01 8U7
Repair :IIIth Bt, NW- Winter Recharging Haven. Pie VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS HOUSES A APARTMENTS Uw a* In 00 month CY 1-11037 E.... A When-in

SERVICE: STATION attendant, 5year. ((9)) Business 2K3-1M7>>: 34 Hr. Service. 1-TF FURNISHED A UNFURNISHED ChARLES: McrOMIC Re,. Broker
Opportunities
enparitne.wanti full time ISO OU A Up 211-26111 Terra Firms Real Estate
17.ct 1. employment Married. 4 4 Lining Wanted 11 Nov' .. 11
years 1:1! BtRVICE for Klrby 600 Cypress Gardens Road
ATKINS REAL ESTATE ----
Phone WO 1-2835 or 2934485. RE.WEAVING Hoover blectroux: and all other 1
MAVTAflUK Free 5.-livery I CY 4-lllt Phone 244207
FACED WITH A DUNKINGPROBLEMT .. t SOlES mate 1Ic"UPRE": ) Vfcu' 280ct 28 U.S. GOVERNMENT 11-25

((4)| ) Lost & Found A new eon .Itlon In self errvlrlaundrle .. ClEANER SERVICE Phone --
I featurlnx Maying "xl'lu. Hum M- Ih II In. Tear ey S-03S1 SLtEI'IfO: ROOM f'r gentleman HOMES ALL BRICK HOME:

live tick,.. < |>erated wailier Havexrellent ,- Kx-rtly.: | Re.Woven T Nov. I 161 Ave. B. SW 16.:10: -Bedroom, 1 bathi, paneled living
Alcohollci licatlin next to new 711Bt 8MARTTS Rr;-W"AVINOSl
Perhaps Anonymous --- -- ---- DOWN large Florida
room. room. built-
PlfABr RETURN whll,' blllfnl I I re at 103 K Central Annul .nVICE C'Lf;AN furnished .pormont.: 8un. $100 in 0 E kitchen with lumlnoua cellIng -
On Help stolen or loot from car at Pout male Invenment tf Mum balance; ,U COPE AVE CY S-1739 AUTO SERVICE garage adulta only 307 utility room teiraaao floor

Office I Sunday am t.. uueetlon t pesni. W,. hanlle In.I.II.lInn. fl. Mtabllihed Are O. SW CY l33txirth lb-Sb Paymenta a* low a* 141 Per month, Beautifully landacaped. Outside
Writ. to Office Boa 1016 nuked. It Bt,' .h lion 7M 4930Ocl. .
Post | n Canning and rand Opening Writeto 3D ------- Including (oxen ft Insurance 1 city. but baa city water and **wer .
CU 2941447 ('II> CY l-270. :30-33 Hurry K,'Idman 36(4 Anuden DODuE BIDROOM APARTMENTS FOR 4 3 bedroom -- some with built. School bui to all .

or Rd.. Winter Park Fla l -N
Weekly MeetIng Open to the BUILDING REPAIRS Chryaler wPlyrooutk .Lancer 1 11-TF I CY HSW
House -----
((5)[ ) Trailers .Valiant :nrr
Public Tuesday, S:IS p.m. ((9.A) Furniture FLOYD HUBERTS MOTORS ROOM FOR RENT with prIvateent You can navo money by buying on. I
of th... horn" .
431 Sulk St.. SW 2I -01 ranr.an d private bath CI_ 139000 DOWN
For mall repair fr be call retired In CY 4-mi. STF Buy newly decorated, bedroom
It N III'
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polk County Health Building Trallere with and without Cabana builderCY ---- -- SAM MOORE Realtor home. breakfaet bar, built-In range,
LAKE DfbH TRAILr; 1'ARK. COMPLFTE: house full of new fin* 1-2470 1 large lot 111 BOO
27.TT Inquire at u f f I c e. Toteptiotw l | furniture Including electric range 3ST1 CAMPING TRAILERS 2-BrDROOM fumiihij apartmenton : Approximately:
l..... Silver Drive Silver let atk B4 bE: $74 Ito monthly IEONA RtAL, ,
24-11144 IS Nov. II and refrIgerator. atereo. tablea i /" tla 5sell11TV 34187 CY 1-1465 688
RAVE Creel Apartment Call: CY "'7"/1' CY Nights IV ;AJ.E8i.Y
lampe etc (I rooma). Vied iris III Av lg-20
3M-12N >
or 3 T
-
than 1 months Take over I ayment On building new hofltua AI.SOmalr --
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(I-A Instructions - -- ---- -- --
) LOVELY ill wide Mobile Home. 1 IK(OB per W' ek' WARKIIOtSh, work. Qualified builder RENTALS

bedroom. ant up' with awning and FURNITURE 13 8th Bt NWItIB Relarence' "sffozy Furnl,h.rl Unfurnlehad SE. AREA RETIREMENTHOMES
air conditioning Ready to live In 11681 ) t,. 8UTCUFFE REALTOR Older '.-....d'OOOm frame furnlnhedhome
l ILL t-Y At Lake peer Trailer Park Ib Call 21 1J-TF I AM PER CY Mill fcv... CY 1-7311 Walk to schools and stuns
*
442.ttl22____ ":"'" '1 i :;- im.rTTUfcT --1- 7TF Ne.da repair. 54(0) down. per
KEY PUNCH :&&T :
BKE: THE NEW! U wide Delrull ((10)I ) Articles For Sale month. LSIONA5 RSAL ATECY

at Lak,. Shir,' t'.. in I. ISIS HoWeit Painting Papering I HHHiOOM: efflclrnc\ apartment 11III An C. Sft X l7 CY 135 AVE D. S.E. Nice 2 BR..
: ,,
Learn IB THE liE..T $15") m nthh 3M AntN.. NE .2..6. 1830:
02 Auturnittilt311TP, Sale Service ,. 1 tile bath CB home. Price
I Week
la Rental
( all l CY
RepairingI. > tween 8 and I l' m ---- --- -- -- -
Day School USED: ALUMINUM.. SItS" ;ZTSprenadots. FLORIDA WHOLESALE: DI8T Inc 1-1118 :30 M $10500 or will trade for larger
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31 a M -- 35c each upto Havendale Blvd 293-111:19: -- -- 697 Avenue G, SE
14 Waeka .In ((5-A) Moving & Storage i :30 platei: 30-3f plate 33c each. 14-TF BEDROOM garage apartment home ,
.
] McCOY Quality workmanship
Might' School 40-luO ilalea lie each. over 100 Clean quiet neighborhood In Laki
hiatus* llIr each Firellent fir many fait. clean and reaeonabl JOHNSON CAMP TRAILERS Alfred. J', block South of Lkraa Wonderful family neighborhood
LAKELAND BUSINESS homo and farm uae R-ror doga Phone CY J-WKO III 4th Sleepa I. Cloae.out prtcea |4M up Park 373-1774 1S-21 Lake Otis H block, Senior High 3201 Ave. M NW
IMPFRIAL MOVING A STORAGE bird hou... with them .... as Street Jan-I'hyl Village 17.TF Bank Rote financing a* low aa |JS ,
INSTITUTE INC Prompt and efficient ..",1.,. t fall siding> on farm build ng* At the month: Regain your payment byrenting BfcDROOM; lurnlnhed upstairsapartment. School one block Junior High

401 W. reachtn. on ...... Win your moving neidi Call 4ewi-<'hlef tiffiet114 3rd Bt ; I your friends Located downtown.Middle a..id grade schools 5 blocks New 2 BR 1 bath home Nice
..... CY 14194 I fur free eetlmateiAgenla PAINTING JOHNSON APHUAM.M;
.I.nd. Florida NW 7 TPULVbRlZliD > Hwy aged or retired ladle or corner lot Price for quick tale
MU IHM for Atlas Van Llnea. Inc -- -- 17-.3 take Alfred 1711118330ct "ui'I'. ditilred CY 1111IIO. 11-33 Nearly new CB home brick
A-Noe. I pining all M atatea 14-TF ; PFAT CY 3-38MI 31 -- -- trim. 3 BR modern kitchen, at only $7,000VARNER.

Dundee Road Robert 1Blackwilder UIARLES IVERSON AIR -ONDITIONKD, -- Lakefront built.In stove and oven Living

LEARN ((6)) Special Services 13-TF '. eful l'hono Work by.- Hour CY I Win or Kitlmale I MOTORCYCLES AI'irtmenta. 117 SO Weekly Nicely. CY turnlahedAdult. 1-MTt room has sliding door opening REALTY
1JI)IIU.h barreled
:30 ,gag Sleet-nm 14TFATTrNTION 14 6th Street NW
SHORTHAND Pratt lea llnew. $40 W Zhnne t-Nov t onto patio Large air conditioner '

CY 3-7362: 26.32iPAtQtAtNp YAMAHA A. TKlUMt eLItES : Room with private Terrazzo floors. This is a Ph. 293-&497 293.84S4 Or 293-8475
IIp.ed..rltlD.ID ) CARPENTER work Ranting Remodeling Self itarllng and apurta modelaN bath Nice neighbnrhntd! Con- 202225
Repair Cabinet Formica ( ,) orrtiiHe MARINE SUPPLIESMarine : .. M..ney Down '"hi'.illy located I07B An0.. NIl trade-In home already financedat

I Wirki IBDay top. AU power tools CY aPRCUL M i 1'11I Dalit All Dn Sulunla) ,;i 2 4_3311 aft.-r 4 00 3D-3C 54 t-1;' interest, no qualifying
School 4-U7 30-TF While
They tout I.AKtLAND lYCL CO -- Price $15,500.00.EDNA NEWLY: PAINTED: J Jut J bath
-- ---- ALL HaW Hr:< OHI>* Ac'euorle* -- CLOSE OUT 301 3rd St SW CY 4-3313 AKl-FRONT: Cicely furnished C it boon, Ibnuhlm ,
14 W...k. la CUSTOM MADE DRAPES AND naual t 11(7 Blnglee | MStereo 4u t Dlecount on all 4 Nov ( apartment Conveniently located Vacuum lyetem. fenced carport yard port-li., De-
Night' School ALTERATIONS Blind atltrhedmixlern IS 17 accneurir whll they lost t'lor I
in Call A4-11M 11-21 WATSON ,itrabl 8 K... location near new aho*>
1r.nbo Hickory WINTER HAVEN TV nx.RIDA WHOLESALE I -- Ing -center walking distantALl.. ..
LAKELAND BUSINESS NW, CY I-76M 4honour.INo iNo' aUSED DI81R1BUTORB INC SAW SHARPENING DON T MISS THIS ONt! Fxcellent REALTOR School Owner traniferred Law3nwi
INSTITUTE INC. ,. I ._ 1117 Hatendalr Vlvd 2>>3-11.10 neighborhood between Lake Martha ; Payment ".wn. Mort
: ;..... machine j --clearance 37.TF and Elbert. bedroom living. PS 6th M. NW ('Y 4 UU lag*. 1110 Seventh St. S E 3M-M1I
401 W, Peachlre ASS. Wire Winter Haven Drafting Co
on ,
while they last Sewing Machineirhanie -- --- ---- room. kitchen. dlnett and bath UTF
Lekiland florida All types Commercial : U elh It. NW' DAILY ADVERTISING Saw. Shear. T.. ,U sharpened with large dressing. room. IWOO! a 20-21 - ---
MU 4-NM Reildenllal Drafting 213-:3.1 some day brouiiht In We fla clock*. monk If you'r* permanent CY BEDROOM house. 1 bath. *cren-
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5-Nov. 3 Satlifactlon guaranteed -GETS RESULTS- electric bank-ti etc PHILLIPS 1-4 70) T-TFI --- 1 bath. ed porch Talk term LakeClbrit
Drawn Bldg. CY 4 1413 0'- 11011- SAW BY OWNER I bedroom E tati. No' CT
USED: set World In good a StRVl X SHOP Backilosy -- -- and drape double car qualifying
3TrPun TRY TilE LOW COST Runner I HrDROOM\ furnished re-decorat carpet 3-4713 or CY 4-2754. 11-Nov, It
._ eondltlun t all 3I3-3H4I after I 00 rumor Avenue U A norte I171UO U ISO down For infrmatlon -
-- 34th lnw.'od Phone ,'d apartment Water furnlah.10 .... --- --- -----
pm &4-3113 |
i rrMATTRrHB llhhourt
Wanted call 213-11II11. 111I11I
((2)) Help the beet In Auto Ripalr >e< --- -- SERVICE DIRECTORY 1 -N If '/ 00 a month :3UO lit Bt, North. 14-30 REPOSSESSED HOMES t,,w
( NW.
Kin Watson 8,. PY 1-17S1 11-30 monthly' payment Me.I'mS l ,
111 Croton Road and matching bprlng '. - -- 2 3 bedroom
A rnnitructl C
OIl-month ""-
NEEDED lino: > > and \hide'a.bed mattrewIJU I a ) Bedroom apartment on lake 1100 DOWN I 10412ih tart :l --2171i E.nlnll. an,I 8..n-
IMMEDIATELY for CB Immediate
oo 3-BR
all I :jn-itn. 14M1TRAWBLRRY St NW -
-- $ 5O) a month and up Including C F MeComlc. day 3111411 FlOaT MORT':A;1C
'
'I
I -- occupancy 1

Experienced General Motors ((6-A) Animals & Supplies Road 10: mile Unte South of Thumhlll Old Win ((10)) Articles For Sale -1 ((10)) Articles For Sale -I Court utUltlea Motel Alert Hwy weekly 17 rate North Sierra 17TVHOUSE -Broker CY ...* 1S-23- CORP J-BEDROOM: OF -FLORIDA.Sb:- CB home built-in: -

Mechanic Good Working Con ler Haven Lakeland Road-33 (174:
FURNISHED I
stove bedroom eulte fenced
dltlona, fringe benefitf hospltalliatlon. 13-TF OR UNFURNISHED -Specially Nice- yard Lakevlrw lot. MOO down and
Hall Steve MALE: BOXER Stud Service -- --- ----- Singer Slant.O-Matic I ROOMs ".r' ,, lur Including Rea...nable ijealrable 1 locationloar 1 aeiume mortgage. Will take boat
See Gil or POLY FOAM
HirBBk.R:
Registered fawn and white range .".1 ..''rl""r.lu r. Stereo i *h<'pplng town See owner"I .. car or truck aa trad. 114 Park
BRING
Holmi At CY ElMl. 14.TFMIMIa WHILE YOUR PATTERNWELLCUT I "500" eli. lake I .'t't ...)m.nl. f7 lit per Ate II SE-3t3'3416 1 Dr Carefree Cove 11-10:
Ir.! WAIT LOW |I month 1'ak..11 ur part "-2 I
PRICE anil
PINK POODIJt: SALON FORDS SHOP WARfcHOI' I
GIL HALL BUICK FURNITURR. U 4th OUR LOSS
mplete' profeeelonal gmomlng ave II. NW' CY K*U 3-TI' "' YOUR GAIN
FURNISHED
NW
Would like to 1.:11I! : APARTMENTS Take localed .
Poodle responsible party up payment on a well
ITkl .
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acceuorle Phone 3 3- -- I
SOl ItS St., NW CY 3-4144 Try 1 A 1 bedroom |:.W to ITS A bedroom.. CB bom In Lake
for liT)1titIt.D Dlada Tablets I DeA
appointment. (formerly >-
1 take over payments on Singer .a.-; 1t..Ia, lo 14 St I :
13.TF -- -- Diet l New name earn formula CARPETS dun wilt, the 'I up Realty 8th Alfred Payment lea* than 103153
gono lo nchiul HgalleilAmerican Dilly tMANDERSON. Slant-O.Malic '500 Zig,Zag Hue Lu.lre Klectrtc llhamr.r'LI NW CY 1-1717 18-TF per month FR 3-1431 1I-1iov.. 11

Kaldl"' tIred UeMlniiH.'nullfully : DaViS COMPANY letting machine in console: Just II OU per day with l iurchoas I INTtRESTTNO: -air--conditioned I'

....... hal ti'd ('all LakelaidMU -1011IK I uilre John Roland Hard 1
TWO waltr***** wanted Air Dial and make all fancy atitchea wore room and kitchonetltNut to
3-1133. 3D-M -- -- I 1S-3U
tinned Haven club t;icellenlSalary _ ___ ----- --- Suutheaat'iaaaCT MS..8. 1-/1.1
__
>X I I.aIPROOW
h SPRINUS 1964 MODELS MUST
Matlreaa. Refrlg
Apply after 4 m l leral I etc Makes buttonholes, _
:.ocr: 2 DACHSHUNDS female WrM n lion ur LincOln Raniree: I IDlnHlee RtUBCR STAMPS Potchock latreel Oardeai. SCFtlra
--- -- trained Kit: 'client with (hlldren TVa *>.... Chain. Ti. blind stItches all without attachments e.idor jemeai ugnatur : air conditioned ".me GO SAVE UP TO
.
(all Mot lAke. Walea. H.:3DHllleH bit-a and Lamps New rebuilt Complete balance other puroaee sine dating Av F NW Near ItO Rt. Cl-xe. : **.'!. tkrMcaeat -
WAITRESS wanted Neat and dependable floor wmplea. II 00 u> lamp aeala packet In .k.. 'I.I.I Ing Phone 13-143 0 r IM
Apply M Sundown R.. ; flog Miniature WAREHOUSE FVRNlttIRK. M Sib I $141.&2 or $7.00 per month stAin a STAR PRKB8 limn cY 1777 UTF rwxn. I both II..... A,". tea bOap..2. $1,00000 I
laurant, between 1.00 p m. and I 00 PixKll R.." ilihahua. Col I lee st "''W. laitMEDIUM .-.,,, III Av A. NW .T,.- betll.!. raei ad even. '

pm. 00 ... u4 11.00 pm a t;,-i man 8h..(herd X For pet FULLY GUARANTEEDPhone ---- -- 1-JOMOROOM funuahed;:; ..... flrepUii la rlerida re nk.itra 1-3 B, R. 2 Bath A, Cond
liT, A |>et >u pllri eee Duty Farm : : .1.. air 1'-- for Onund floor MS. Av..partm.nt.\: \ large .14 wttk .... el Sod?
(arden Suppl: ; M 41 h 81 pra> fig care and etc CY 4.3N3 WINCHESTER) MOPS II Three ,It... Sreea. 573.500. Range Oven Diahvash,
...730. :3UU PS-n 2944205Out Inch Magnum 1: gaHCi Duck Hun
PACKAGE STORE Manager Ag( Ruger 44 Magnum, hoe barrel m"m"t. ; *. I !1I"1I'U 5-_ er. Drapvt Carpeted Lit

38.J.a. Apply Haven Hotel I HOTPOtN'yRefrIgerator. about 13 of Towners rev.Iver Each gun .to an* year ane or tw* bedraam Water fur- log Room Patio Intercom

T Oct Cmd 1 3U lo 4 tu1S11 ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE cu n single door with freeatrcompartment I old and both .lack nk* new clotted Same near town. |96 00 and 1f" t4tccte System. Large Lot.
ItOOU DC ej.rtm. t Call Collect III1IC1 each tall CY S-7JU 1M1I U9396430$. 11-33 | .
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lie refrigerator. SlitS Roll away -- --- (433.L63F4TnIWARREN ( !
-- --- -- -
k-LFCTRICUNS: Experienced. bed with lllalt,.... .. 00. Ot and Lakeland 683-1535 I II I BEDROOM Nnlafced .r> 2-3 B/R 1 Bath Ceiling
Be. Jack Silver 1701) lib St. NW BUT wed appliance and fur mattress Htn. File cabinet dash I DELUXE Model Ia.; ,.,, .. 1131 tit month ATHEKTON SFCKFU Rta Heat Terrain Floors
14-30 allure and .... soil used appliance Ide I drawer 110 MX Card In*" t Electric Mange MS** III era- I 141 W Contest Ave. artm.\\ .Iw.JO.
and furniture BROOKS file t drawer 1710 Beaall. 'lamp 2017Hi I ton Road is-30 Range A Oven Choice Lo
APPLIANCES FURNITURE and eland. 1300 Call CY *-TMiPRINTERS --- ration. Large Lot.
NEEDED: Hool._* or dealer toan M61 llavendale. Blvd. t-TF 15-JO. ---- -- M MAUK VISE (lao Mange I' I APARTMENTS alSI0h Street.1

gift with Tupperwara hum -- -- -- --- - 0 CtNwMI** ... ..... wilHnertrtc Ver clean aad .hi good condition. NE: Ga ."" ........ Water furnlflwo.
pertlel. tall 21,-.*7. 313477 14-JO WANTED to Buy I mm automatic hto.*r .......-.. WW host tlltn tail IV 1III.A 3S-B .. E SutelbTfe. Realtor CT 3-3 B/R. I Bath. Ceiling

electric eye preferably motor rvn." up to T mwa BMwM nw taMwnt.r 4-4IS1 or CY l-Ttti. -Tr Heat Terrazzo Floor
WANTED: Experienced waitromand .. We Hare Moved!! ,
drl. "utlot _"lIaL Movie for ItStW t* SJlM .
curb girt Apply In penonTeddjr camera far noah and permlaeloa to and stasiS MckeiM free Call ( I ) For Rent Unf. .MAI.1. rum...."'" h,'u..' Watrr ant I Built In Rangr Large
Brar RMlaurant tins lhm have It checked by reoogiilaed photo SM-liia 1.:10HI. : tlgh furniAed *. Av I) NE 1 CardriiRead Comer Lot. Fruit Tret'
II-TF repair lab, Reply I Jay Dunlap Hot k'a s 11380T" ...ok CY M4W 3M3 i U 77 (Cypre

WHITE LADY br church, 1..1.*.. % Newe-Clilei, 1-TF ...... awart wave. rominrMohawk FOR RENT Made uafwakOMdedrooai U ../ sew IxiUdUf SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS

.ork. Call :lH-1.... earners 1..30 WANT TO HUT Irv.'srr caparity M4VI MX'I suit *..par.1. ... hove A OMdvlkoiit Reol Estate For Sale eH U tl:*. FHA FINAMING
: ((13))
--- -.-- - -- minimum. Mil 1 Ibe Also wIsdw: COMMERCE apeakxr coaanka T fraajwencybanue Near Ibr...... Bank and Dawnlawn ML>GSS Firallireitore '
II tub 4tewble convereioai CLOSE T (
WANTED T V Radio R"I..lr light air conditioner with healing SultaMe fwr 4AM Adults I. I'
: : erhetrodyne. receiver with *e- Meier,. .. ."...I&e the
man fur few noun bench *ork capacity minimum 14UUO BTU Call INDUSTRY i nree Ptwae ..t. 1S-TF SCHOOL SHOPPINtFNTERS ;
leclable eldeband In eicellent m*>-
night I or } tIm,. per week. Ifc i Halnei City 433-1174 lI..n. U II -- SPACIOUS HOME emim SOUTHEAST <' :
form lor CHt'RCHESA
; 41PJ,1Iued la kit IIOISKS for rent -- One 2bed'sum
A14M % NwChlef. 30-33 Itol 30-Tr CVxe t' Catholic echool and shitp-
--- ---- GOVERNMENT over ISM On mplelely _milled Sad two bidiuna In .**>. pOst renter S large bedroom* 3 I PLAit abepg nawr L L OtTSTANDIN

EXPERIENCED U gaa eervloemaa horn....rt Reax* 'or eellkM Bop. Lake' OYS.4. 1SHtMUMtOOM balk. 31 living room formal the etrw4B. mat U BlTfS IF
Will r) YOl ACT
In idInie I- IIMW
Ag. X to 30. Vacation medical k rice -- Inar room double garage l.
coverage. life Insurance retirement ((8)) Automotive nance Call CY V4HW after S 15 uaAtrauhed kouaeATHBMTON KfeAL ESTATE. IM Ar I' eat tk* Mine HBtr NOW CALL TODAY

uniform benefit. Oupur k \' m 30-B REALTY Ml W 1 CY oii7 nr ....*. .41.1 c..rtew-' aervk
tunlljr I for advancement If qualified IitJJB I\ ..\ :. Ceatral. CY 4 .... U.TF -- atof
Call Lakeland 434141 for appoint IN CADILLAC original owner VIED SEORItISkATORS - -- will _Uaw Barns.Connary -

meat 1S-TF Fully powered New lira Air Raftll" Wiaker Dryer I'NFtTMNVHED: I ..._ name NLARLV NEWS .. aid ckal wick .*.
conditioned. Will eacruVe .44. Oo4lUoaere kogesdh- at corner of ITU a ArtI NW Inc.
HOUSEKEEPER to live I..2Chil- 11-1I ,I. .Ii I 1 u..a.:1. PoSy guaraateed TeeaM U* BEASLEY BJULTY IX' ) MIk I II. MOMS aa HwrVae I ,
dna ace I end T Call 3 ** 418S3 1 Froaa $3959: sad P> -'DNlIIlItJ'IC' St NW. CY 3-rt7. liflATTRACTIVI. s.- Is Lake AIfow4 John C. FisherREALTOR Winter Haven

toll VOI.KSWAOEN Sedan (Ooaald; i \ .I APrUANCC' Lak..A",," Harold S.flre. 1..11cIer!
or alder car or pick-up. truck iiiredo I rauM m1l18. NHe" m\IIIU bedroom htm' I m Jr. St SW
.
,... .. n.TF 8., .. JaijIjOfIAI
WANTED Cocktail W.II 3M48TS. !* m rum ture Separate tersi'l.aa.
Moot be Beat d.t, -- '1 Ut A.e. A. NW. It4.lilt "rnn 1..1 Screened I" n" 271 ....... 58r; ;37 CypresS Otl Road rea 19 usu

ply LaMonda $th H 15 tADILLAC Silo for **l.; good ''' '' '' W'; lift' SAtE "Hr'AI' '''k 1K ',,,lag .., "' 'a,n. .ortleoandfvittnot-o( *
2M-3S44
Lounge Cypress I.aodol l i H' :" lire run good Make Offer! Call "" ",, '''' ''' '' '''Y'''< ,Kim Suite l tab 4)) h*.r*. 50. 59.v" .. ... '".'1''' it.al Phone

CT M 7i. -ir ;.bOot 4 bunct. FR J ISf IS-SI ...Ak, Aorro 1'2-LSJE lit a l HI'








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Tuesday, October 20, I 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS.CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA PaaeCltMifM Eleven



EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By Wok Nine Children
Afc QUId(, 8Atlif *4!

TE,, KID WI'1o6E SKIM! KSENtilIV6lb Swallow Pills ii MiO1
b- # srNhfrl. M,,,

((13)) Real Estate For Sale 114 SUN SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. (UPI) car,,,,, t I,", ro MOP li

61'Uo'/6 1416 VACA11of'J -Nine children, aged 3.5 years,,

MJ gulped quantities of pills found

tell Inman Drive NW X In an abandoned pharmaceuticalcase

Monday authortUea reported t t
very allrarlh ely FURNISH .
Itaimy. 2 brdratm -2 bath LAK1
\'HW CB home It-rano floor When housewife noticed what
.lllnK heat built.In oven the youngsters were doing she
Ianar 1 h'ad cor toragr (acllltkncr .
carport I underxttmnler notified authorities, who took the

'I", ak .\ lem __ all for 121,3U children to a nearby medical

center Their stomachs were

JOHN C. FISHER pumped out to rid them of pos. IOIOTtxvv

REALTOR sible poison

717 Cypress Garden Road I II Doctor said the children were

Phone 2943544 II I II out of danger after the stem

.20 Ill acts pumping and released. themto
I I their family physicians Is 1
---- -- --- A UIIG'TY's1.t 0"-0I7
I I.ARH 9-b..dr 'm CBS hnuae with I Authorities said the owner of
u vrr 1 ain' of land Cloae.In Wit the pharmaceutical! case wu l

J'."I .)tem homo and tractor CY S.8514 hed.. II AUbedroom ')! "u 1111 u I/IIIIIMW/ 1 not known They said it contain. e rf" k
.
: 11111114. ed sleeping pills, barbltuales
j M1NUTM1 from Winter Haven aspirin and tranqulllrers
new 1 home. antique brick and redwood I :I:
2 BK 3 bathe Florida rvon ,w.t
with fireplace Large modem I 0fv
iwlmrnlnjc pool Located la flneireeldvntial
area lake vie* ac. r (
Wall Street ::0
:
crw to Chain oC Lake CY tTMi1JS ( II 1 14a


liV OWNER 3-bvdroum. liom, l
e 4l7
C efD
Excellent nation Conilder equ Kin Fmto n Syndicate, Ire 1964. W1rld right. rrmrved LS t 1
I' In mobllr home 208-3067: eve f t c.
M-2 2 ChatterNEW
Hint____
BEDROOM house and Sbedroonhouae
|100 down SM W moot
If rood credit CT I-61&1 FIRS I The Side PORK (Uri) The
MORTOAUE CORP OF WINTEF Lighter Alexander Hamilton Institute uy, ITS' IVW9H VOUO DO t 1 I p UM-I MU JTIM W NG

HAVES __ ____ JTI /* NOWVON CMITHINJ A*OUT i 1V t gI v J HAV[ lfN r OOMETMINyA
says the current optimism may \ / THIS BIOGIT1g MO/61/ fw ( AaVattf"Aftn T THE NOSE
'I1iI I :DROOM him Ih b"II-11i
n E < uat ,I ou'ar, unit. Chug WASHINGTON (UPI-A) recent Nevertheless, for what It maybe well result in near term selective {A? ) I T HAVE TD AROUND J I CAN T I WHY DIP r / ABOUND -
fink I genre FI""la rum' Elrtt'n"I article in the Soviet newspaper advance. particularly If z to \ CUOSE THEVVV1NPCW f HERE \ Dot 1t7U /XSJ V. HERE J
worth, here la a consensusof .1 ld"T
ti, nl 1(19 2nd 81 Jan-l'h..1 Will ) l ME Y r
",,,.,,fie.' it $6 OO d'I .wn tad UI'| t pal Pravda criticized "armchair their views In simple question the automobile companies increase f (iW >

111"111". Call l'V I.NS of "'Y i 148 methods, personal I dec. .and-InnweT form: I their dividends f2o
?,' "mart b> 10 Utt I H. D Vnlll'I dons and However, the Institute says, \ f 1 ,
disregard for thepractlc.1 1 ,
1711 High 81 I-. ,bi K Fin u-4:It> experience of the Q In your opinion, will. much of the past 44 monlhs'buslne. 11 ''? important
Berra ouster produce any
c:
.. has been discounted
-
recovery
masses changes In Yankee relations : toi '
in the market and the ) HONK
It also denounced harebrained
I with the rest of the Amer
3-Apartment Building ...
conservative investor should ..
scheming immature
On Wvmth Street S.W. lean League
WINTER HAVEN conclusions and hasty decisions A No. The Yankees will eliminate any questionable equl

For Renter 5.1.- and actions divorced from reality continue to pursue their basic ties from his portfolio

HAROLD SELLERS And It condemned "bragging policy which Is complete domination )

FR' : I 15M and phrase-mongering,
( of the rest of the
878 H.rhord 61 Lok. AtfredBY
commandism and unwillingness inventors Research CO. ex

to take Into account the league Q Do you foresee a returnto peels the market to ride rough. ------ ----- --

OWNER bedrumhems achievements of science" shod over minor stumhlinr
Aluminum rurnlihed aiding*on CBLarf. No names were mentioned 'Stengclism that Is to blocks in the weeks ahead because l lw MFLLS I \ W sfr, NO"ITl :f SOMCrVMTY SMOKED WINSTON :: -

fenced lot Carport.. Utlllif the policies of former manager of the bullish business Kt AN I I WAS AM UMCOM AO I ... CMUHCHilXG CIGAR f.'
building Air conditioner Cal but It was widely assumed that Casey Stengel' StTl41NG'f Ot D DEATH AROMA" .... rDIJRMlh4ff
heat Sprinkler well Very frame the article was referring to Ni A No. Stengel reputationfor irture presented In the dome f I ,rn. t ICATI LIKE THE BRITISH '7/1 ; ........... \ L'er
W.it l F. -
able M3 An I NW Near tic and world economies :
\ ,
wood school 1.1'10.. I kits; Khrushchev who had jU3tbeen phrase.mongering was even -J- ? U/-1 1C Le .' --

purged as Soviet premier more notorious than Bern t: .. r r4

Personally, I I'm not too sure Q Do you think either : $ ) .
Back To School : ...
r
about that. presidential candidate will IKn.eflt Spear & Staff Inc it .
says I t-\M r ..Iz \ =:"
.
": '
Special I think there Is a possibility from the shakeup sees no widespread pessimism -

hat Pravda was referring to A It benefitted both tern and believes that the bull market '\ N

Mother, atop providing tax Yogi Berra, who had just been poririly by drawing attention has a long way to go be ,-5- ,

service Your children catwalk purged as manager of the New away from the campaign fore being laid to rest !Wi ({ .... "\ \ -- --

to all three Southeastarea fork Yankees. ;ia I '\ TI'

schools from this Some of those terms might -'
-
home, and Mom and Dad not fit but there I is no doubt \,.- ;;j- jt
-
SiflOU UR "fAlT"" .
can actually walk to chopping hat Berra. engaged in a bit and of ? ...... ..

centers. In addition to phrase mongering now ..

its convenience 'ou'll Lk hen
this home for its spaciousness Anyway what I'm leading up By LESTER U COLEMAN, M.D. k1 wullvr'1 uRl A .11'N "w., d J
"
to is an omission that I've noticed 'Wl_ I I nisi a !
Rooms Include 3 BR, 1 '
in reading the newspapers Readers Are Av fl As '
yazl' rfasE"
2 baths, Florida room, Asking .+
e '
AI1ty rv .IV '
for the past few days All of DDU6lL TARE'
large kitchen living room,, h'I
I
the pundits, here there and 1LN1 R11'+! 5 I
screened porch and double
everywhere have been tryingto SHOULD people with high 'time Even psychological ten t _fl
garage, The price U $19,800
gauge the impact of Khrushchev blood pressure avoid eating red done and emotional Irritability '
with terms available Call 1MYAf1INt 'y14rAbO4uv
'a downfall on the US meats? mount during this phase of the 00( ; MI ,

today for an appointment residential campaign At one tim it was considered life cycll of a woman '
to see this', lovely home. 'IIYNh 'r?
e a
But as far as I am aware hat red meat was harmful topeople I / vAhr t
none has speculated on whether with high blood presmir Is ringworm of the akin a r t

LEIS BROS. he campaign would be affectedby Actually. this has no basis in real medical condition or Is It
oc
REALTORS the fall of BerraIn scientific fact The protein thatIt just m descriptive term

1200 Sixth St, NW order that there be no contains when taken In Ringworm Is a rather common :

Winter Haven, FlaZMJ1I7 tone unturned, or base untouched moderation offers dl eaae of the skin It Is an ,

I have been exploring valuable Infection caused by a fungus, \ 'Li

Evenings 24.285! this point with some of Wash. nutritlonandr and not by a worm,"

ington's leading authoritie on .1 S can be safely Included Ringworm, or flH'a, occurs on tr Ar at AIV'.r'L'

Yankee affairs In the the arms, legs and scalp Sometimes

conceded that diet. the eruptions on the skin 1 1TNA'T r 'I -t I'T' LVICiNTLv
These experts ;; 1" I VUL'I N0 I I
take the shape of rings, from I MAKC"4Hv
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certain ,
no outsider knows for DAGWOODA' IT'S NOT
Real Wanted
((14)) Estate what IS happening behind the still sometimes which the name Is derived / l ME II ohrcfrtNLesl
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advise Ringworm I. a highly conS : WNf.rHEFa
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comment. same
oortant If it disappears overnight Many forms of medknamiui arc
((14-AjLohi) Acr.igeCommercial might be said of a cheese ? now available for the control ,I, I I

',Inti. When swelling of the ankles and cure of ringworm ,

Lot I persists for any length of time e a r r

he exact cause must be deter. Are radioactive substances t 1 '. Idt ImBuAl
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50 i ISO Ft located: on Ave C. mined. The fact that It dlncp- used In medicine* :

SW Across from Exchange pears after a period of bed rot Radioactive products are _

Bank Parking lot. Wide newly \OTI( t:( ITT OF (HHUINO COHMIHHIONN HtroKe does not mean that It should be of great Importance in medicine. -

paved street with alley entrance .e l Ir that a neglected They are safely used for dlag M1QJMPFNIYrA'S'NG
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Edna Walsoa Realtor, CT Aud i ,num City Hall at I 00 a m for this condition for the study of the M 1111 6AMa 'TW'N' .! rN'V Jo r1J ao pAJ'jy'T
I NAV/ cast
"n Wwtm-nday November 4 lad e
4414*. f',r the imrpoee of ronalderlnc. the activity of the thyroid gland, r MuMap/a .
mm-ndallon of the Planntn Why does the breast often become The peacetime uses of atomic patAN Jl
rhanire the nnning rluoUkalinn swollen and tender before rz
Bard 'n are a vital contributionto I"y ; }
from M.I.B Meildentlal to menstruation energy :
C-I rnmmerrlal on the follotrlnfilerrlbed health. M1I
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feet nf I.ot a and. all "I Urti I and tenderness of the breast .Is a undertake to answer Individual J tI
J of Blork R:. Fl fence flOur
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ESTHER BRUECHERT De..d( Bv City W Clerk D Fulls condition. No part of the body, your tetters 10 Dr Colrma" In r

I ALL WHOM IT MAY ONtUlNCTe ;Vt IS :90 ISM remains unaffected during this care of ihi* newspaper,
AU Haam II May (moot
N lire la hereby .i...n thai I. I I
hav* filed my final report a. fcfutrlx I
, of the eatat .of: k'lherliruerhert '.
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fll.d my petition far final dlaname Cenfraf, Press Web ., 1. 7r.t t r"u eM'r Wry" )110 Tr 'URWE
and that I sIll I aply H' ;+f'/f yS LI t IUV( T1 '1 Nx +r.-odle ', oAT i J mevc ea wwt t I'N t vou
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on the MUi: day of NorunT 1. With what country is sllvo bringing sagAtu rye. r.+ +/H MOW TC1H TriI
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6.
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and for final Luc* enfria. some un miles AITTTO I r
t the. eetate of Esther Bnl.- 2 Is the coffee bean an actual ( t9tORf1
I hay The bridge portion ;
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Thi. th day OItsrta Ocober MAdelaide 3 Where U the earth diameter across the valley and :
Bruecnert T41 l Is 847 yards long.
at the or tity
01 equator
greater
the e talErtker
of i
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BrwecnertTRAUGHN from pole to pole
hilt of
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Imposed
- JHARTT
4. What Democrat wa. t a
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Allor0ya weighing hundreds. even
58 Ma 'r Ara.. m the Republican ticket
Kinds, of pounds. Each :
Wlnt.r :levee Plerlda'Ira *, Who wrote The Till at
II >D 2'f Neeemb.r 1 I" of Usher droned and shaped to match soperftrtiy
House
the
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MART ArrtHATioi ros IOIN, TODAY ',ne truweiful. of mortar nor. one I

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<*. .r r:af October MW M ,,- will he frank. conerrnad :" show e. Earth.
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Johnson May Hear Abby t- Ridge Riders



I PlainsDES There Are Exceptions Horse Show


Sweep Abigail Van Huron .d


MOINES. Iowa (UPJAn )- Sept 24 and in Topeka Oct 13 .. Slated SundayThe

thing happenedin to enthusiastic crowds In an ef DEAR: ABBY You have said in
Interesting : your column: Ing the advantage Just because It Is n.llable'I
Sioux Falls, S.D last 1 week fort to hold hit ground President that it Is not proper to put ;"NO CHIIl>REN. think not.
Sen. Barry M. Goldwater and Johnson announced he PLEASE" on a formal wedding Invitation, but Ridge Riders Fifth An.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey would visit the Wheat State today If I had It to do over again, I would include it nual Horse Show will be held
on mine. I married June, and there Sunday beginning at 11 at
was In were Yes it does i i.m
bumped Into each other al the : get tiresome con
16 children under 12 years old at my wedding Un.aftRtoAt the showground on South Floral
Sioux Fallsto .
Goldwatej chose a person to hold her cards so no
contest
national picking
corn and I don't mind telling you that they ruined it Ave. In Bartow.Sixteen .
one can see them, or "chest cards
his agricultural ,
deliver biggest your as
both the
They were on speaking! the their
reception they put fingersin classes
speech of the campaign. tr.epn: they say in Vermont. The player la so accustomed are scheduled
bowl, threw food on the floor, and
program. to hearing this that after a while it doesn't during the show with each class
The two Senate colleagues In 1960.58 per cent of SouthUakola'a they were filthy from running, falling down and register Here's how I cured someone: I aaid, being sponsored by Bartow mer.
the Republican presidentialand voters went for Nixon. sliding i all over the dance floor One overgrown
now "I see that you have four spades. Are you !going chants.
vice Early polls this year gave the year-old girl fell on the musician's cello and to "
Democratic presidential play the queen or the three.spot After that Trophies and five ribbons will
broke it to bits and I I
responsible don'tcare
was
candidates, chatted about Johnson-llumphrey team the she remembered to hold her cards back be awarded In all events.
if it IS Improper. I am sorry I I let my
their wives and kids Goldwatersaid edge, but Goldwater has been mother talk me out of making sure no children ON GUARDS Admission will be free and
"I'd say keep punching closing the gap. South Dakota Is spoiled my wedding concession stands will be In op.
but. and Humphrey said Humphrey's native state and o e e eratlon on the grounds.
"keep working huh" the favorite son angle could SORRY Among lheoutstanding classes
DEAR ABBY: We are writing to find out
The crossing of paths in the produce enough votes to be the DEAR SORRY; When I am asked what la how to put a fabulous new Idea in packaging to be shown are the Costume
Dakotas illustrated a significantfact margin of victory "proper," I consult two authorities on etiquetteand tooth paste on the market. If we contact the Class with both rider and horseto
about the presidential campaign Two popular Democratic Incumbents quote them But I have also said that there tooth;: paste companies, what would prevent them be appropriately costumed;
In the Great Plains Gov William Guy are "laws" that transcend the laws of Emily and from looking at our idea, stealing it, giving us Championship Pleasure West..
Both parties are going all out and Sen. Quentin Burdick could Amy I mean the laws of consideration convenience nothing an<1 marketing it themselves? How do ern Pleasure; Hunter Type Eng.
to win the Plains and both parties have considerable Influence on and common senxe. And If the rules of you go about getting a patent on an Idea without lash Pleasure Hack Type Eng.
the presidential vote In North etiquette are passed over la favor of these, the having U stolen before the patent goes through? lIsh Pleasure; Western Equlta.
feel (they have a good
dissenter deserves to be congratulated. It is an absolutely I new concept in the tooth pastefield lion English
; Equitation and
chance to In the solidly Dakota. Guy and Burdick are ;
score once but we don't know what to do with it. Can Pair Class
Republican area both expected to outdraw Johnson e you help us?
.Humphrey In the state,
situation
The represents a
DEAR ABBY: You have always held my MR. AND MRS. B. P. IN CHICAGO
graphic\ change of political sen which gave Nixon a 55 per cent highest esteem with your replies concerning Area EngineersTo
r.
timent In the vast corn and majority In 1960. domestic problems, but you lost the bid in the DEAR CHICAGOANS: There are attorneysand ,

wheat growing area betweenthe All polls show Iowa leaning bridge department. When "Honest Abe" asked agents who specialize In patent and copy. Attend RIDGE BAPTIST OFFICERS The Rev. Gene R, Hitchcock
Mississippi and the Rockies toward the Democrats, but both whether it acceptable to peck at an opponent's rights.. Look In the yellow pages and you won't left, pastor of the Parkland Baptist Church of Winter Haven Is
hard. Gold rdsy said, "NO. have to worry about where the yellow went. I
In I960 the late John F. Kennedy sides are working i ConferenceFive the new moderator of the 10-year-old Ridge Baptist Association,
As debate, submit this quotation from Ely
took only one of the six water, Rep. William E. Miller,
e e e e which has 35 churches, four missions and over 14,000 members
Culbertson' "If
of
: a player part
Plains states. This year, President Humphrey and President Johnson exposes any area engineers will attend The Rev Charles Horton right pastor of the Lake Alfred Baptist
his hand to an opponent, he has only himself i to Problems? Write to ABBY Box 69700, Los
all have made
Johnson has an outside campaign a regional conference of is vice
Church moderator.
blame if the opponent takes advantage of it. Angeles, Calif, For personal reply, enclose a
chance to win all of themandat trips to the nation's largest stamped, addressed I envelope the American Institute of Industrial -
worse he could take a few corn producing state Sincerely, Engineers In Augusta,
SAL
Railroad
states that haven't been In the Four years ago, Nixon was a a a a Ca., on Oct. 30 and 31. Prof. Biglow
"PEJKER"DRAR :
Democratic column for several favored by 56 per cent of the : Hate to write letters Send one dollar to Iven It. Wheeler president Announces New

years. Iowa voters. But two years "PEEKER" True enough, The one Abby' Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. for! Abby's announced that the Florida West
Aiding the cause of the John later Iowans turned around and who holds his cards carelessly, thereby giving booklet: "HOW t TO WRITE LETTERS FOR ALL Coast Chapter is sending delegation Train SchedulesThe

Humphrey team Is a strong elected Democratic Coy Harold his opponent the advantage, has only himself to OCCASIONS." to the conference. Members Speaks At

group of Democratic state candidates E, Hughes. Hughes Is running blame But Is the opponent "blameless" for tak 9 McN.uht Syndic*!., 'Inc. 1964 from the Lakeland-Win Seaboard Air Line Rail
ter Haven who will be attending
In every one of the again and could help add votes area road announced new passenger
Plains states Democrats already to the Johnson.Humphrey total.It' are W, F. Andrew,D.R. train schedules to Into effect
hold the still anyone's race. County Sales Brandt T. V. Falkie, R. C. Art CenterProf. go
governorships in Youth Murders 7YearOldGirl Hutchinson and L. A. Nichols. next Sunday with the end of Day.
four of them.In If there Is a sure thing In the light Time

Nebraska, Franklin D Great Plains, It should be that Tax IncreasesIn Interested further details engineers by calling can obtain S. W. Frank Biglow art director Schedule in Winter Haven for

Roosevelt was the last Democratic Minnesota will go for Johnson Carter at Bartow.Stamp at Polk Junior College, northbound trains will\ bus lol-
presidential candidate to and Humphrey, Humphrey has SeptemberPolk After Assault TryNEW was guest speaker Sunday at the lows: Silver Meteor, 12:35p.m: ;

win. But this year Indications built a powerful, vote-delivering Ridge Art Association on ThirdSt. Silver Star,4:40: p.m.;Filmland,
are that Johnson has at leastan organization In his home slate, County sales tax col. ClubMeeting SW. 1:20: a.m.
even chance: In 1960, by A recent newspaper poll (the lections Jumped In Septemberover YORK CUPI) A youth. The Youngs have two other Blglow's subject dealt with The southbound schedule:

contrast, 62 per cent of the Nebraska Minneapolis Tribune) showed the previous month and ful unemployed handyman con children Claudie, 10, and SetThe the various '"isms" of art. Filmland 3 a.m.; Silver Star,
voters marked their ballots the Johnson.Humphrey team favored the same month a year ago,while teased early today he strangledand James Jr., 2. The father is an He praised the quality of the 7:20: a.m.; Silver Meteor, 12:20
for Richard M Nixon-the by 71 per cent of those fuel tax collections were higher sexually molested a 7.year. advertising man. Winter HavenStampClubwill work done by members and students p.m
largest percentage In the nation interviewed In Minnesota. than year ago but dipped slight old Brownie Scout In a Queens Informed that Ebbs had been meet at 7:30 Thursday at the center and said that
ly from those of the month be. church and threw her body into loitering around the church, po. evening at Rotary Park Sixth almost every form of 'Ism was sri

Two popular office holders, Vandy Students for*. the furnace, police said. lice picked him up Monday nightat St. and Ave. C, NE. covered In the work now on dis
one from each party are on tht Tax collections In both In. John Ebbs, 18, of Brooklynwas the Brooklyn apartmenthe This will be a good trading play Challis Marshallfor

Nebraska state ticket Democratic Back GoldwaterNASHVILLE stances represent sales of the charged with first degree shared with his .icther. opportunity, as active members Art, Biglow said, "Is a won
Gov Fran Morrison Is month before-or August. murder for killing Janet Young, After confessing the slaying, literally "cover the world"witha derful form of therapy, particularly ill yearAUTO
favored Tenn. (UPI) a pretty blonde child whose body Ebbs' only explanation was that variety of types of collections in helping retired people STATE fAlIM
as he goes after his third With a 250-vote margin Sen. Sales taxes collected totaled was found Monday night burned he had an "urge" to have sex. with at least two known to to adjust their n.w leisured LIFE ...a...
term and Sen. Roman Hruska. Barry Goldwater was declared $812,818 against $592,208 In almost beyond recognition in the ual relations with the child, po. garner stamps with holes (per way of life. "It gives theman & FIRE
a Republican Is an odds on the winner Monday night of the August and $534,283 In September furnace of the Bethany Evangell. lice said.Ebbs forated initials). added Interest and the meansof
choice to retain his job In mock presidential election at of 1963. cal United Bretheran Church In a short slightly built The latest fad is space topical making new friends," he Iniurtnc INSURANCI

Washington. Vanderbilt University Fuel taxcollectlonslast month the Richmond Hills section of high school dropout, was report.ed specialization, there now being stated N.tJi

Kansas once the most solidly Officials said 2,434 students were $410,570 compared with Queens Richmond Hills oneof to have done volunteer workat quite a number of stamps with The center Is open dally Mon 251 Magnolia Ave., S.W.
Republican state In the Union, cast ballots In election which $419,359 the month before and the nicest neighborhoods In the the church from time to time satellites, astronauts and other day through Friday from 2 to 5
could go either way, too Early had been billed aa a possible $408,437 In September a year city.Detectives His( only means of support was space themes. p.m., and has facilities for all Access from Cuchtng lank
pplls showed Jayhawker voters preview tot November voting ago. said the white running errands and other, oc. Visitors are cordially invitedto who are Interested In painting Phone 294.4256HOW'S
leaning to Johnson but with 1 throughout the nation, youth, who had no previous rec. caslonal odd Jobs attend the meeting or working with clay.
Goldwater gaining strength, They said Goldwater polled ord, confessed strangling the c
Goldwater spoke In Wichita 1,349 votes compared to 1,099 PaintingsPALERMO girl with the blet of her school
uniform, attempting to rape her
--- for President Johnson. There
six write-in ballots, and then throwing her unconscl.
were Sicily (UPI) -
ENJOY A poll of the faculty, which Two valuable 14th century paintings ous body into the furnace He
said he did not know whether
was not Included In the final have been stolen from a she
-1 ?) EATING returns, showed 58 with Democratic corridor of Sicily's Regional was dead before he bound her
hands and feet threwher
Into
AGAIN leanings and 13 who would Parliament building police reported the tire
)
":- vote Republican Monday
Pending an autopsy, authorl. ABOUT SOME
Men's the d.ltu-e ixlho.lv ties listed the cause of death as
that U U through .ll In. apparent strangling
hot coflM, and soup you GOP Candidates Harp
giNx The who knownto
,...,.'to enjoy lot up to victim was
*ti....,,1'-), jint oiwapplication neighbors as a pretty child EXCHANGE BANKING
Duntur.ho* 11 with an "angelic face," was escorted .
nukM .lain Nth fl\< J
to the church where the
"Ilk new' ...In..nd
(urn*. On Jenkins Scandal Brownie meeting was scheduledby
ouehiarlender: : her mother. Police said Ebbs
CONVENIENCE FOR YOUR
better. Satial.o unlocked the church door for
,. .....
Uon(ua WASHINGTON (UPI) -P rest. en the assurances voluntarily Janet, allowed her to enter and

dent Johnson has assured con. Monday at a partisan session then attacked her before she
e cr..slonalleaden that they will with House and Senate laden could reach the meeting room. BUSINESS FIRM?

ail/aid d be, be kept Informed of progress in None of the legislative leaders The girl's mother, Mrs
uN."u' the FBI and Secret Service's questioned him about Jenkins, James B Young, returned to
who resigned after his arreston the church when the Brownie
Investigations of former White
a morals charge had been meeting was scheduled to end
House aide Walter W, Jenkins. disclosed. but found the building empty

Johnson was said to have ctv.J Republicans continued to ham. She telephoned the Brownie lead. In all probabilities, you personally, are taking

mer away at the Jenkins case, er, Mrs. Thelma Lebrlght, who

questioning whether the incident said Janet never arrived at the advantage of the modern banking facilities and
raised serious .
a
security question meeting, The distraught mother
at high levels of the John. then called police.A .

son administration team of police searched the services offered by the Exchange National Ban .
Sen. Barry M, Goldwater, the neighborhood and the church for

i COP presidential candidate, more than an hour before find.
sra lint a letter to FBI DirectorJ Ing the frail child's body in the But, how about your business firm? You'll find
Edgar Hoover Monday ask. furnace.
ing why Jenkins was not "sub.

"I lite Morrison'spck I I check jected to and a investigation thorough security upon FCC Budget our conveniences extend to it, too.

moving into a highly sensitive
service"a position In the Whit House" Committee To
Republican National Chair Come in and talk to us, and let us put your firm on

man Dean Burch termed "pat Meet Thursday
ently ridiculous" a atatementby e I
Democratic vice presidential The Florida Citrus Commis a firm banking basis.
a
I1.e.PLdjfferenc8 nominee ,Hubert H. Humphreythat sion's budget committee will
Jenkins case did not in. mitt on Thursday at 10 a.m.
..rf yjpu can enjoy every day volve any security risk. to re-examine the com mi.

at Morrison's Burch charged that the John. sion's overall budget, It was announced
son administration was trying by General manager
Even though there is a lint, to suppress the facts in the Homer E. Hooks

it's only a few minutes be for.you're Jenkins case, which he IBid According to Hooks, the committee
"had significance insofar will adjust the commission's
crave Finance beautiful/ 1965 model
new
food. No
enjoying your your
as our national security: is budget to bring In line
mulling over i printed menuor concerned: with the current crop estimate,
van waiting for table service. Jenkins, 4t, resigned last released by: the U. S. Department car with an Exchange Auto Locn. Low bank
week aa Johnson's aid after of Agriculture on Oct. 10.
Choose what pleases you fromMorrison's disclosure that h* had been ar. Prior to the first official crop rates and ap to 36 month to repay.

appetizing displayand rested twice on morals charges estimate the Commission had

a cheerful waiter whisks at the Washington YMCA, first predicated Its budget on unofficial

your tray to your table. Quickservice..that's in 1959 and again lut Oct. 7. estimates of the current
Sources said President reviewed crop. Some adjustments of the
I happy difference for congressmen his long budget may be indicated Hooks

.' you can enjoy at Morn- association with Jenkins They
son's. said he told them that Jenkinsand said.Herbert S. Massey of Dade "The Bank You Can Always Depend On"WITH

others from the White House City is chairman of the budget
fREE CHILD PLATE had been attending an Informal committee. Other members are

Thursday Nights party at the new offices of Newsweek Sam A. Banks of Lakeland,
CfelOM II Md mtti magazine on the night he F. Elgin Bayless of Sebrtng,
wild, pfti" tit Sptcul fltltt fREE was arrested. Henry Crsgg of Orlando 0. D. ECxchangeWITH

Two plainclothes policemen Huff, Jr., of McIntosh, and Key
SPECIAL STEAK NIGHTS
arrested the White House aide Scales, Jr.. of Wetrsdal.
Sat & Sun.
Nights
less than an hour after he was
"/4.. t1101 fJ tt M.iion. let
last seen at the party SHOP IN M INTER 11.VL"4For
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